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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE INTERIOP JOURNALiVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1908 MO 70 Preparing For War In tho fun and winter Is the time for the farmer to prepare for war on prc dacoous Insects Infertllo Bolls and tho coming adverio seasons When It Is too cold or too wet to do outdoor work Is the time to lay out tho coming sea Bone work You havo already outline tho system of rotation of crops you will follow and now you can calculate on what you will do with tho outlying land which you havo and which must bear crops in order to retain Its vitality and provo profitable For you should no moro havo Idlo land than you ahouli have Idle hands or idle people on your farm In tho first place see that a I land you intend using tho coming year and that II all the land you have in cul tivable condition is flat broken to a depth of not less than four Inches am fully ono Inch deeper than at tho pro vlous breaking Before doing this scat ter all tho manure you can scrape upon your place evenly over tho land Dont burn anything oil your land Turn all under that it may make humus for humus is the life of soil Tho deeper tho land ta broken the greater the protection against drouth next year Many agriculturists deprecate deep breaking but dont you believe them tavo In a wet season Do not confine yourself to a single crop such a farmer is always poor Plant corn oata cottonand no matter whether yes live In Kentucky Tennes- seel Alabama or Mississippi plant cot ton for cotton will grow in all these States and make a profitable crop It has made a good crop this year on the Ohio river near Cincinnatiplant tor ghum and when you give tho corn ita last plowing plant cow pens If you live on the Southern part of tho Q B C line plant potatoes for tho same market Spray your fruit trees during tho winter Ono of tho best sprays is oldfashioned homemade soft soap As an insecticide It is better than most of tho patent nostrums void In tho stores and has the additional virtue of costing nothing It your trees aro infected with insects write mo and I will help you finda means to destroy them Above all things plant a garden and feed tho good wife and kids on fresh vegetables They will make the wife amllo sweeter and tho kids learn easier And finally plant a few hogs That you cant put down for tho winter eat ing you can sell for spot cash Your friend W M Bamborgo Ag ricultural Superintendent Q C Route IN MEMORIAM By tho providence of an all wise God death has again entered our little vii lago and removed Mrs Nettle Rey nolds from her temporary abode here to her homo in the paradise of God While wo mourn her untimely death wo extend to her husband children and relatives our heartfelt sympathy in this their great loss Poor woman sho suffered untold ago ny but bore her sickness with Christian fortitude All was done for her that kind hearts and willing hands could do but alas sho has gone Many have done their part well on earth but few havo surpassed Mrs Reynolds in nil the relations of life She was a true com panion a devoted mother over ready to respond to the poor and needy always willing to lend a helping hand to those in distress her openhanded gen erosity and sweet smiling face made her a favorite with everyone Wo can truly soy that a good woman has gone Few women have lived a purer lifo and few will bo remembered longer for the many Christian acts of devotion to her family and friends It made no difference what crossed her threshold or how often her pathway was strewn with thorns all went well 4with Mrs Reynolds Sho was kind and generous in all trials and provocations and waited for tho good harvest and after wrestling with theso earthly trou bles and having fought tho good fight and finished her course she kept the faith and is now at rest A FRIEND A Jewelers Experience C U Klujfer Tho Jeweler 10CO Vir ginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foley Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured i my backacho and tho irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Rerandy to all sufferers as it cured me alter the doctors and other remedies had failed Now Stanford Drug Co Near Heldelburg Lee connty Eph raira Angel was shot and killed by lIar vey Ross his neighbor Tho trouble aroso over an old grudge The sand of Sahara averages 30 feet in depth but in some places it has been found 300 feet below the surface The latest application of tho coinin theslot principle is to typewriters R S RECTOR Tho lion R S Rector was born ir Casey county Kentucky near Dunn ville Dec 1C 1863 Ho graduated with honors at the College of Orleans Ind in 1885 and was united in marriage tc Miss Beatrice Wells of Junction City Jan lit 1007 which union was attended by uninterrupted happiness up tc the tlmo of his death which occurred Oct 6 1908 When a pagan ruler died a friend said I como to bury not to praise The evil that men do live after them the good is oft interred with their bones I come I am glad to say to pralso him and to refute that heathen idea It is true our acquaintance did not extend over many years yet our busi ness and social relations were such as enable me to know him well and I nov er saw anything in his business or home life that would suggest aught but that if a perfect gentleman I have frequently observed his tender and affec tionate care of his widowed mother his love for and confidence in his brother Will They seemed to stand by each other In every business transaction Ho had an only sinter Mrs Taylor whom he not only loved devotedly but confided in tam as fie was usually called was a big strong fellow end his wife was quite small In size and it was beautiful to leo how tenderly and how affec tionately he cared for her Ho was elected to represent his people in tho Legislature In the fall of 1007 which he did to the full satisfaction of all Ho was very popular and stood high among all the representatives of that bodyIt Is a heathen proverb that whom the gods love die early and as ho was young having just passed tho 44th mile post so strong and necessary in tho home tho community and to his county wo are apt to think that his death was untimely but that lifo is long that answers lifes great end Ser rant of God well done Rest from thy loved employ the battle fought the victory won enter Into thy Masters toy R B M The wholesome harmless green leaves and tender stems of a lung heal Lag mountainous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy Its curative properties Tickling or dry bronchial soughs quickly and safely yield to IhU highly effective Cough medicine Dr Shoop assures mothers that they can with safety give It to even very young babes No opium no chloroformabsolutely nothing harsh or harmful U calms tho distressing roughs and heals tho sensitive mem cranes Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug Store Last year Now York City spent 33 00000 on its public schools Chicago 23000000 Boston more than 10000 00 and Philadelphia a little moro than 6000000 Though Philadelphia is the bird city in population in the United States it stood 34th in per capita expenditure on schools Saved Ills Boys Life liMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gave himtwo dozes of Foleys Orlno Laxative and tho next morning the fever was gone and ho was entirely well Foleys Orlno Laxative saved his lifo A Wolkush Caslmer Wis New Stan ford Drug Co Ills friends If bo has any may bo glad to learn that Renegade and Traitor Wheeler Campbell has at last got a aso in court He is one of the attor lays for the plaintiff in a suit for damages against night riders who ought to atch him out and give him a doae rankfort Journal Wingato Thonpson brought to this lice from tho farm of Walter Lewis a cluster of ripe cherrlestof which ho has two trees This IS the second crop this year These freaks of nature indicate they indi cato anything that will be d Frankfort liON JoumaI NEWS NOTES Snow fell at Roanoko Va Friday C C Pare the able and fearless ed- Itor of the Franklin Favorite Is deal Charles Reed former mayor of Pa- ducah and a gallant ex Confederate soldier is dead While practicing target shooting WIIJ Pettit shot and Instantly killed Jodi Metz near Frankfort The wife of Jeff Taylor of Trig county suicided by drowning herself In a well liar mind had been unbalanced a year or more The body of William Reynolds was found in Tennessee near Mlddlesboro Rube Bolton who Is in jail has confess od to having shot him The Illinois and Ohio clubs at 1I0t Springs Ark were raided by the Sher Iff and 2000 worth of gambling device wero seized and burned Night riders burned tho merchandise store belonging to J 0 McClure at Sherburne Bath county Bloodhound were taken to the scene The body of Dr E W Renick who disappeared from lug Stone Gap Va was found in Powells River It Is believed he met an accidental death John W Hutchinson who before the war became famous by singing with other members of his family temper ance and abolition songs died at Lynn MassWinston Green a Negro youth was electrocuted in tho State penitentiary at Richmond Va for attempted criminal assault upon a young white girl of Chesterfield county Four night rider suits with an aggre gate total of 8200000 damages sought sro on tho docket of tho Federal court of tho Western district which will sit at Paducah Nov 1C Mitchell day which commemorates tho ending of the first great coal strike in 1910 was observed throughout the anthracite coal regions there being al most a suspension of mining The Alberta Hotel at Grannls Ark burned and George Trammel of Green wood that State burned to death be fore many persons who watched the lames destroy tho frame structure More than 20 persons wero injured some of them seriously in a lire In the tfeave building ono of Cincinnati sky scrapers One young woman jumped from the 10th story to a roof five floors below A mob of 30 men broke into tho jail it Kingston Tenn and killed George Cook charged with the murder of John King The Negro defended himself with a razor and cut one of the lynch ng party E A S Blake the contractor convicted of attempting to bribe John M Kelly to qualify on the jury to try braham Rue and vote for Ruef a as uittal madq a full confession in San FranciscoG Ferebee a cadet at Virginia Military Institute Lexington died from concussion of tho brain duo to an jury received in a foot ball game The njury resulted from being tackled while running with the ball as left halfback The grand jury Is Investigating the oak in the Western Union office at Gin linnatl and fivo men in the office have been suspended by tho superin indent In spite of all efforts to discover the leak market reports were urnishcd to tho bucket shops for many years Students of Washington and Lee University have declared a boycott against he cadets of the Virginia Military In titute In their college publication hey state that they will never again csume social relations with that Institution The university men allege that the cadets discourteously treated the iwcolhcarts of the students in making slurring remarks at the football game A Russellville dispatch says Willis E Smith missing State University student is believed to be in Russell rflle tonight A man answering the do icription of Smith as given by the Lexington police is quartered at a local boarding house tonight in the same oom with a trusted lieutenant of Sher- Iff Tom Shea who is keeping a watch in the young man to see that ho does sot disappear mysteriously as did tho nan who called for the letter addressed to Willis E Smith at Decatur III hotel Stomach would moro quick Iy disappear if tho idea of treating the auso rather than the effect would omo Into practice A tiny inside ridden nerve says Dr Shoop governs and gives strength to tho stomach A branch also goes to the Heart and mo to the kidneys When thesoIIln side nerves fall then tho organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative is directed specifically to these falling nerves Within 48 hours after startI- ng tho Restorative treatment patients ay they realize a gain Sold by ennys Drug Store Of the 11000000 families In France early 2000000 are childless IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John P Tankersley has been appointed postmaster at Hazel Patch Laurel countyW Edwards formerly a merchant at SalvlsR Mercer county is dead at Belton Texas Clel Coleman tho clover stok trader has announced for the democratic nom- Ination for sheriff of Mercer James Bennett president of the Cit- Izens National Bank and a prominent farmer and business man of Madison is dead Farris Simpson Harrodsburg bar ber was arrested for tho murder of Sciplo Noble near Covington Nobli was from Breathitt county At CornlshvUIe 10 miles west of Harrodsburg Bud Atkinson aged abou 20 years was shot and perhaps fatally wounded by his brother Tho shooting is said to have been an accident At Lancaster Joo S Haselden bough of Henry Duncan his cottage on Rich mond street for 1575 and J E Dicker son bought of William Sebastin a two story frame dwelling on Water stree for 2200 Jeptha Britton a special policeman shot and killed Sid McAfee a Negro who was coming into Harrodsburg will a load of whisky and who drew his gur and threatened to shoot when Brittor attempted to scarchhls buggy After an invalidism for many years and bearing her afflictions with unmurmuring Christian fortitude Mrs Tall tha G Armstrong wife of Judgo Chas T Armstrong succumbed to tho grim reaper Friday afternoon Advocate News has reached here of the death of Mr Chas E Palmer of Chicago lie was traveling in Southern Texas and met his death during a storm there He requently visited Miss Ethel Wade of his county and they were to have married early in January J Stone Walker formerly a wealthy Richmond banker but now a resident of Louisville has taken tho bankrupt aw He owes 22091991 and his asj lets amount to little or nothing Among tho latter Walker mentions ono shared stock in the WalkerMoss Ice Coot New Orleans upon which nothing has been paid and a policy In the Equitable Lifo Insurance Co which is in favor of his sons Charles D and J Uone Walker Jr Served ai coffee the new coffee sub titute known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will rick even a coffteoxpert Not a grain of real coffee in It either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts ete have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and flavor And It is made In a minute tool No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Test it and seer Shoop created Health Coffee that ho people might have a genuine cof lee substitute and one that would be horoughly satisfying In every possible expect Sold by Pennys Drug torn l Resolutions of Respect Waynesburg Hive No 17 L 0 TM met in K OT M hall andadopted the following resolutions- 1st Bo it resolved that God in His Infinite wisdom has seen fit to call from our midst ono of our beloved members Mrs Nettie Reynolds 2nd Be it resolved that wo extend our profouhd sympathy to tho bereaved usband and children and also extend our sympathy to her godly mother 3rd Bo it resolved that wo send a copy of these resolutions to the bereaved family one to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication and one to tho Ladies Review and one be spread on our minute book Nora Hayes Etheleen Singleton Mary Perry committee A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good oalth since we begauUsingjDr Kings New Life Pills three yearsagosays L A Bartlot of Rural Route 1 Guil- ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system In a gentle way that does you good 25o at Penny Drug Store John D Rockefeller announces that ho will vote for Taft but it is superfluous It is but another proof of the truth of tho Bible which says The ox knoweth his owner and tho als his masters crib Frankfort ournal To quickly check a cold druggist are dispensing everywhere a clever Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Pre entics Preventics argil also fine for overish children Take Proventics at the sneeze stage to head off all olds Boxof 4825c Pennys Drug- Store There are now over 250000 words In- tho English language acknowledged by the best authorities or about 70000 tore than In tho German French Spanish and Italian languages combined flakgiing ty f hI it IDay I 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 f 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 Cummins Weareti STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIERC HC 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 Gooch Gilberts Creek r GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE- To Many Points South and Southeast TicKets Good Reunite Until May 31st 1909 Write for raIlS ud folder H C KING cPA 101 L Nala ft UzlntfUn Kjr The Interior Journal E Co WALTON H G WINGATE of D0111IIa candidate for Htate Rennto subject to tho conventions called for Not J7 and III W L MCARTY Ii a candidate for HherlCT of Lincoln cou ty lubjccttotbe action 01 the democratparty M S BAUGHMAN If candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democrat9 perry JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Ihjiuocrnt party M BRUCE lift candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count object to the action of the Democrat party JAME Co HAYS 11 8 candidate for Jailer of Democratsubject to the action of the party T DINK FARME- Rs a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer ot Lincoln county subject tc action of the democratic party 1heUDC ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ly subject to the action ol the Democratic P partyWI J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Auditor of Lincoln coun ty subject to theactlon of the democratic fi party J A DUDDERAR Is a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Ooun Ityubject to the action of the democratic iDEMOCRATIC TICKET For President Bryanlt i For Vice President i j Worth Kern lorIndiana I h For Congress HARVEY HELM l j ot Lincoln county 111 t For County Judge JrIr ForJaitertROBERT HCOFFEY Fat Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE a i II E MACK chairman of tht INORMAN Committee issues his election forecast Saturday putting 333 votes in the certainly Democratic IIcolumn He includes in this list West Virginia New York Ohio Indiana It iWisconsin Connecticut Rhode Island l land Mr Mack says his report r1 is based on the most accurate informa tion obtainable and he has not the slightest doubt that Bryan and Kern will sweep the country Frank H Hitchcock the republican chairman In his forecast claims 325 votes for Taft and Sherman ijliON HAHVEY HELM who will be re J h to Congress today hatS had a Ilarge and enthusiastic crowds at every t he haa spoken this campaign At Hight Bridge the other night the Dry an and Kern Club at that place had a torchlight procession of 150 persons to IJ escort him to the hall where he ad dressed a large crowd Mr Helm is Iiveryclose to the people of his district and is thoroughly deserving of the 1l courtesy and good feeling shown him l wherever he goes Three cheers for tall sycamore of the St Asaph THAT good paper the Lancaster Re cord has been sold by Editor Louis Landram to Mr Saufley Hughes for 4500 Mr Hughes is the youngest son of Judge M D Hughes and a t brother of Mr R E Hughes of Louis ville both of whom have had lots of newspaper experience We welcome Mr Hughes into the newspaper field it and predict success for him We hope he will see fit to keep on his staff the cleverest and one of the best equipped newspaper men in the State Mr Louis Landram THE Republican leaders are making frantic efforts to sidestep the declara tion of John D Rockefeller for Taft In another statement from the White House the President repeats that the announcement was the result of collusion between the Standard Oil Com pany and the Democratic committee Reports indicate that the announcement has caused a tremendous change of sentiment in the West and Middle West and will add thousands of votes to the Bryan column TUB prize for being the head of the I r most exclusively Democratic family should be awarded to Wesley Yankee of the Lone Jack Mo vicinity This Tuesday morning he his descend ants will go to the polls and cast 23 votes for Mr Yankee has four sons five sonsinlaw eight grandsons and jive married granddaughters whose husbands are true to the faith JOHN D ROCKEFELLER has given out a statement declaring his intention to todayItof the attitude of the trusts in the cam paign JOHN MITCHELL one of tabors great eat exponents says In my judgment the election of Bryan would bq for the best interests of the wholo Nation He stands on the much better platform and will be guided by it in the event of his election Mr Taft is hand icapped by the zealous advocacy of his cause by the predatory rich Hones wealth and business have nothing to year in Bryans election II BEN JOHNSON State Campaign Chair man says Kentucky will go democratic 18000 and that the Eighth district will give a democratic majority of 2125 If ho is as badly off on the rest of the State as ho is on this district he has underestimated the majority 10000 or 15000 The Eighth district will glvo Hon Harvey Helm and Bryan and Kern a majority of 3000 and it may react 3500 Mark our prediction PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation Housed good judgment in issuiing it bo fore todays election Teddy and others of his political complexion will have very little to be thankful for in a political way after the battle of the ballots has been fought today Gov WILLSONS apology for Judg Bethurums break in his speech hero Thursday night proved to us that tht governor man of parts and a judge of matters in general Mr Bethurur did not help himself or his cause hero when ho attempted to belittle Congressman Helm CONFIDENT of victory William Jennings Bryan left Chicago Sunday afternoon for his home in Lincoln Ho matt a few speeches in Kansas en rout through that State yesterday and closed the campaign at Lincoln last night CRAB ORCHARD The following pupils were neither absent nor tardy during the month ofi October in the Crab Orchard Graded SchoolEighth Grade Bessie Holmes Katharine Middleton Nellie Newland Lout Morgan Earl Baker Curtis Wilson Seventh GradeCharlie Jones Dav Anderson Hardy Anderson Bessie Smith Fred Holman Ellen Holmes Kato Napier Sixth GradeLoyd Martin Lucite Morgan Edward Edmiston Fifth GradeOra Chaffins Melsadii Chadwick Charlie Martin Jack Per kins Bessie Reynolds Fourth Grade Jas Anderson Alfrei Bastin Russell Frazier Mamie Hol man Toy Martin Joe Napier Walker Napier Henly Napier Marcus Steen bergen James Steenbergen Albert Til freyThird GradeMartha Rroughton Russell Chaffins Jack Collier Joe Ton Edmiston Mary Gaines Lucy Gross Mahala Howard Edna King Anni Monk Clarence McCarley Ethel Payne Sara Rutledge John Stephenson Second Grade Nannio Ramsey Rachel Smith Lula James Nadine McClure Julia Howard Grace Martin Fanny Wells Noris Smith Isom McClure Hendley Napier Eph Ramsey Eugene Edmiston Floyd Reynolds Per ry White Emmett Edwards Morrisoi HarrisFirst Grade Janette Napier Mark White Vivian White Lucy Smith Sal lie Smith Ha Hunter Annie Elam Ma bel Wallin Willie Rutledge Foster Uastin Edmund Scheider Thos Steen bergen Sam Perkins Fred Rogers Ewell Fletcher Frank Adams Ray mond Bell PREACHERSVILLE Corn is selling here at S3 Mesdames Nay lor and Mahan visited Mrs Elizabeth Barker at Crab Orchard last week E R Holtzclaw has embarked in the grocery business and will add other ines soon He will give a square deal The crusher is at work near hero and onaiderablo metal will be put on the reachersville and Stanford pike The rusher broke through a bridge at Levi Jells shop which caused some Incon- venIence to travelers for a few hours The drouth is getting worse daily Dix river is probably lower than it has teen for 21 years It is not running in nany placed and there are at least a lozen places where man can cross dry shod Stock water is scarce while water for domestic purposes is at a prem umAttention citizens of Preachersville What is the matter with our graded ichool proposition 7 Why has everybody lapsed into an unbroken silence oncoming this allimportant subject which has so much to do with the future welfare of our community 7 Shall ve deny our children the privilege of icquiring an education such as only a traded school affords when far less ess favored communities are enjoying Its benefits 7 Under the existing school laws which are more favorable than formerly any cummunity which fails to take advantage of the golden opportunity afforded thereby is standing in Its own light What good reason can you give against a graded school for your children 7 Foleys Honey and rure8 coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and expels colds Get the genuine In a yel low package New Stanford DrugCo POLITICAL Frank H Hitchcock chairman of the Republican National Committee made public his forecast on this Tuesdays election He claims 325 electoral votes for Taft J L Woods Merrill of Kansas City national committeeman for Missouri 01 the Independence party has resigned In resigning he writes a caustic letter to W R Hearst William H Fltctncr a Wall street lawyer was sentenced to the peniten tiary following a conviction on tht charge of converting funds intrusted to him for investment- P M Sharpies president of the Sharpies Separator Works of West Chester Pa who announced some days ago that he would close down his plant in the event of Bryans election has cut the pay of his workmen Had a lose Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of theCroom Hotel Vaughn bales says For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to havo its grip on me when a friend recommend ed Dr Kings New Discovery I be gan taking it and three bottles affect ed a complete cure The fame of this life saving coughl and cold remedy and lung and throat healer Is worldwide Sold at Penuys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free NOTICE I wilt dress hides for robes with hair on and will tan hides for leather on shares Will also market lor hides Cha- rIcahntellnOttenhelmKy WrltuItFDWaynesburg NO1 Weak Women To weak and altiawomen there isatleakens way to help But with that way two treatments muM be combined One It beat me It cowUtuo UonL but both in Important both essential Dr hoops Night fire Is th Dr Ehoops Restorative the OonMltatlcoaL Dr Night Cure Ii a topic l sflumusa1embranssuppottnryrmedrwhfDrShoops men The Bestonttra reaces entire tysUm peeking the repair of all urnall tissue sad all blood ailments The Nlabt Wrs u Its nam implies does Ita work while you sleep It soothes ton and InSam ed mucous surfaces brals local weaknesses sad discharges while the KcstomUre eases nenrou excitement gives renewed Tlcor and ambition builds up wasted tissues bringing about rtoowet strength vigor and Take Dr Shoop Restora TeTableta or lJQu14ta gaunt tonic to the tJltG for posit r local help UM as wU Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE of Farm Stock Crops and Farming Implements I wilt sell at public auction on the lien nett Oloyd farm limiles front Ilustonvlllc- TIIUIUJDAY on NOV W 1008 Beginning at 930 A x the following de carped prapertyr One work mull 6yearsolil and good workers 41 bend of cattle or pounds If not sold beforedayofmletwondlk cowl lot of hog 75 head of nice sheep bale of bay mowing machine McOormacI self binder Lightning Hay Iress 1W bar relsof corn i e wagon set wagon harness Oliver Chilled plow Nom1 her row cultivator corn shelter cutting folder lied household and kitchen furniture other thing too numer onl to mention Terms mild known onda fsale NIIJJ1HH01 Morelund Ky PUBLIC SALE IlarlnRdetPrmlnedtobrenknphouMtkre Ingl willie II attheJames lepplefarm l4 nibs East ot Rowland on FRIDAY NOV TH 109 shocks of corn In field shocks of son hntn cane some fodder t brood mares ono In foaltojackamlotiplnfoalbyPrerton Jr suckling mulocolt and one horse co a illkcowsxycarllng mules fat hogs IS ewes farm wagon t spring wagon top- buckoard l set braggy harness l aei spring wagon harness Ssets and all farming Implements household xoodscook stove I extension table Sdlshsafesand other too tedious to mention also bed ling chairs sewing machine carpets and lots of other things also some cedar posts TEllMtj All and under cash over that amount n credit of months Note with good security and bearing 8 per cent Interest will bo required ot the purchaser Bale will begin st 9 A x D n IU8HON Rowland J P Chandler Auctioneer HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly JournalAND- The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in tbo United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic 10 alt things fair In all things clean In alt hings it Is essentially a family paper By- a special arrangement wo are enabled to otter the WEEKLY COUBIEKOUIINAL one year and thus paper for the price named hove send your subscription for the cor- ndaattsaie Upset te tlte enrlerJeulla BUILDING LOTS I have for sale eight nice building lots In Moroland Ky They arc level and situated near the For particulars see Aba Minks Moreland Ky Good Farm For Sale I I desire to sell m tooacro farm mill Houtheimt of Hustonvllle It Is all Imcroedon easy payments For further pnrtlculnr write to or call on 0 T Itohon Lebanon The Truth Every person in this city who is suf feting from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can findrelief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid fOI externaluse All durggists tell ZEMC PENNYS DRUGSTORE McKINNEY MARBLE A GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KlrstClns Work it Heasouable Irlces Otllco and Works McKlnney Ky Hhop closed on Saturday Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid For external use Zcmo give instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose ML Co St Louis Mo GJ PENNYS DRUGSTORE Good Farm For Rent I desire to rent for 1100 farm of KB cres In the town limits oi Grab Orchard or lJI acres ore In timothy meadow The land Is In splendid condition Large brick house of eight rooms and out houses good and numerous of water Writ nr- call on James F Ilofdnm- Htanford Ky When Ordering Clothes lave your measure taken by a tailor of ex penance Then your clothes wbethern low price liuslnes suit or the finest evenlua clothes will have that Individuality end nt which plainly Indicate they Yom made yoornwnsure I will also take your measure for extra trousers fancy vests top oats and overcoats Fall and Winter sam pies on hand ready for your Inspection II a nUlLRY The Tailor Htanford Ky Adorinas FoxIs a handsome largo young Jersey Hull descended from n long and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Ica land of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of tuu t bulls ever and his dam Is a show cow that has given M lundsdf rich milk In one day If ou lw Icve Like begets Like or the Llkvnrss of ome Ancestor and have strictly good cow you should avail per vice will be allowed to serve n limited lumtwr of approved registered tows outside of our own herd this year for n tm ot patch Make engagement before sending row to bfl bred AOTTKIl Telephone Htanford K- yNllWe have to offer three extra choirs bull calves that will bo sold at right prices Young Mens Clothes Edcrheimer Stein Co Makers know what YOU work is in a ball game You learn what it means in the cloth ing business when you buy one of thes- eEderheimerStein made overcoats we are showing The whole force of the great EderhelmerStein or ganization and the ability and strength of this store are directed to Just one end the aim to take better care of you young men than you have ever been cared for before Thats team work that will give you the best overcoat you ever wore Get it no- wFOR SALE BY H J McROBERTS Honest Mike Honest Service Honest Material We do not believe there is a Shoe made to day with as much service that stands the hard knocks the snags the frozen ground or turns as much dew rain or snow as the I J T Wood line Every Pair as Solid as a Bone every Pair every Bit Leather Honest Mike youIall know him a full stock kip the only Shoe sold in Stanford tanned the old fashioned cold liquor way Shoes 250 Boots 400 Level Best a lighter Shoe a neater Shoe but full of service and we do not hesitate toJsay its the best Boys School Shoe in the world 225 and 250 for Boys and 275 for Men Water King a mans high top 1 rubber lined at 400 the Standard a 15 Inch top genuine calf lined as near dryasIany Shoe made at 5 These are four Shoes 1 that simply can not be made better Try a pair and see H J McKOBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium ijustonville t Have now their Fall stock complete for your inspectiont Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts 4 ever Attempted in Hustonvilleya Our prices always conservative Sco our Tailored Gowns now and pretty Wo have just introduced this line Ladies Skirts our Fall lino of Cloaks Ladies Misses and Children you will find to be money savers to you ShOo stock now complete We have handled the Sterling Shoe for years to our ya satisfaction and to the trade Try a pair and bo convinced Every depart mcnt is now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ox change CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY Beech Nut Brand wOnce tried always used Money back if not satisfactory Also Beechnut Cranberry Sauce Sliced Bacon Currant Jelly Orange Marmelado Grape Jelly Pineapple Preserves Peanut Butter Always fresh Call and sec the best line on the market GEORGE Ha FARRIS Save The Difference By getting a 10 Per Cent CASH DIS COUNT on HARDWARE begin ning Nov 1st Lasting n 10 DaysoJ ti Geo D Hopper Stanford Ky The Interior Journal I 8TANFOnD KY Nov 3 1908 NEW assortment of local view polt cards at Pennys Drug Storei PBRSIMRS J R HARRIS Is very sick Mn JOSEPH HOPPER has a mild CMeI bf typhoid fever CArr II R GENTRY Is over from Frankfort to vote MRS LOUISE TATS Is back from a Visit to Lebanon friends LITTLE GRACE HEARST of Rowlan Is very III with pneumonia MRS W S DFNHAM spent soveral days with Boyle county relatives Mn A C SINE was at Bloomflel working up Maccabees this week TUB Misses Walker of Gnrrard arc with their aunt Mrs J C Hays MR JOE H Hour is on hand to voto for Dryan Kern Helm and Owiloy MISSES BELLE AND KATE BOOLE of Huitonvllle were In town Saturday Mn SAM COCIIRAN is over from lug h Bridge to stamp under tho rooster IvotoATTORNEY GBO B SAUKLEY spont several days In Frankfort on legal but incss i CLAUD Bum Is clerking In IL J i furnlehIIngJESSI TRAYLOR moved to Miss Llccio Beazley cottage on West Main street MR W H MURIUIY wife and chile rem returned from a protracted visit Texas relatives Friday toI MRS L E CARPENTER of City N J is with her parents and Mrs J N Menefee MR G A BENEDICT of Washington i orcame up to attend tho burial of his sti ter Mr Mary C Gaddli 4 MRS MARIA JACKSON the aged moth er of Mr John II Jackson has been his guest She returned to London yet r J tirday Miss IBADELLE REYNOLDS of West j End wl has been very III with typhoi fever and pneumonia is considerably Improved MRS ANNIE PHELTS WALTON and Mils Salllo E Miller of Richmond at tended tho burial of their aunt Mrs EdnaE Hill MRS ELIZA BALLARD and prett daughter Ilea Maymo Ballard of Bry antsvllle were visitors at tho home of Mrs J M Phillips Miss LILLIAN CARPENTER of Vcrsoil lee who has frequently visited Mist Sallie Taylor Woods will be marries i Nov 25 to Mr Jchn It Williamson of Carlisle MIL A A WARREN of Mlddlciboro was hero yesterday to see his sister Miss Maria Warren who continues very low Mr Warren is doing some splendid work on tho Mtddlcaborc oj Record the leading paper of tho ox J Magic city Miss PATSY CIIKNAULT PREWITT will entertain with an afternoon tea Wednesday at her homo on East Maxwell street in honor of Miss Mary Williams ono of tho November brides Lexington Herald Miss Prowitl occasionally visits Miss Tevls Carpenter here and t very popular with tho young people ol this place y LOCALSG- Er Singletons prices on stpves IT only costs you r topost your land MORE of that good and just received at Farris DONT forget to voto yes on the courthouse proposition BOYS suite In new patterns just ro ceivctl Cummins Wearen NEW line of lap robes and horse fytnkeU just In J C McClary I GET your ticket to hear tho election returns from J S Rico Only 60 eta BRICK residence on Lancaster street for rent Possession Dec 1 P P Nunnelley I HAVE begun receiving tobacco at McKinnoy Wednesday and Thursday of each week W P Kincaid MEMBERS of the Stanford Hop Club are requested to meet at Wilkinsons barber shop Tuesday night Nov 3rd R L Rupley Secy TUB sweetest words inthe English language are Enclosed find check II says a hardup country editor Let this editor hear some goodsounding words like those please MR F M SIMS mine host of Olym plan Springs tells us that ho will keep resort this f- alllandpearanccs ho will have a good crowd all the while Mn WILLIAM CURTIS of the Walnut Flat Section called yesterday and paid t for his I J another year He tojd us that things political were in good shape in his section and that he and all of his neighbors were going to vote for Bryan Kern Helm Owsley and Coffey FOR SALE100 bushels of potatoes C L liensIcy KIngsvlllo Ky Tits Stanford High School foot ball team defeated tho Lancaster eleven to 0 at Lancaster Friday afternoon SEE tho splendid gibberwagon on Sato at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road waKon made FOR SALES H Aldrldgo cotta o on Portman Avenue or will rent by tho month until sold See or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky ICARD OF THANKS Wo express our thanks to the friends who were so kind to us during tho illness and death of our mother Salllc H CarterandT 11111 JI POSITIVELY no hunting or trespass allowed on my farm Those doing will bo prosecuted to tho full extent of the law Mrs It L Williams Hus tonvillc Ky A FELLOW named Waddle boarded at Undo Billy Warrens all of last week and skipped out when the board bill became duo Ho also got a coat from Mr Warren and forgot to pay for that IJUDeE COOCtt is going aflcrtho about town and everybody Is glad Somerset Journal Let Judgo W A Tribblo and Chief of Police Car ter emulate Judge Goocha splendid ex ample BARREN county has 42 candidates for county offices and they are riding day and night to get there Eli It must be even worse in Barren than in Lincoln and if so wo offer sincere condole and auk his mercies on that people A RETORT comes straight that tho republicans of this district will have 6000 from headquarters and this added to tho amount the local republicans will raise will make coutlderablo dough for tho floaters in this district If you are a floater get your share before you vote fli SIMS Mrs J SSimi knov here whero she lived during her husbands pastorato of the Method church died in tho Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington following a lIur gical operation She was an exceed- Ingly lovable woman very pretty and accomplished liON HARVEY HELM has been In Con gross for only a short time but he has proven himself u conscientious and faithful servitor of all his constituent and eminently deserves to be his own accessor The Democrats of Doylo county should not fall to see that he receives a substantial endorsement at tho polls next Tuesday Advocate TUG JJoouRNACwill have a cleaning up of its subscription list this week and if you are as much as nino months behind you may expect your paper discontinued Tho poatoffico department does not allow icmiwecklii to send papers longer than nine months after the expiration of tho time paid for A hint to the wise should bo sufficient I nAVE been away from Lincoln count ty some time and dont know enough about tho conditions to make a RUM on Bryan and Kerns majority but I will say If my old friends at Waynes burg and Kings Mountain dont give good democratic majorities I hope the night riders will get the last ono of them writes C Leach formerly of the Southern end but now a resident of Lexington CADDIS Mrs Mary C Gaddis relic of W J Gaddis died at her homo near leytons Well at an early hour yester lay morning of consumption aged 68 the leaves six children Including Mr G A Caddis one of the West End best citizens Deceased was a member of the Christian church and a kindhearted good woman She was a Miss Icnedict a sister of Mr G A Benc let who used to live in Lincoln but now resides In Washington county THE theMethodist church bscrvo tho week of prayer In homo and foreign missionary societies from Nov 9th to 13th Inclusive Leaders Monday Mrs Lynn Tuesday Mrs uplcy Wednesday Mrs Coleman Thursday Mrs Beazley Friday morn- Ing Mrs Spoonamore Friday afternoon Mrs Woods Services at churcl at 2 r M Open session Sunday night Nov 15th All are cordially Invited Mrs Adolla Woods president Mrs C R Coleman Secretary Tim Stanford and Harrodsburg foot ban teams locked horns on tho latter gridiron Saturday afternoon in what roved to bo the swiftest game of the season Our boys lost by tho score of Ii to 0 but the fact that Harrodsburgs Sam averaged about 20 pounds to the man over Stanford shows that they did some magnificent work Tho visit- Ing team was royally treated and they ask that these columns be used as a public acknowledgment of tho courtesies extended by Harrodsburg and her gentlemanly toot ball team After the imo a of spectators and players congratulated our boys saying they would like to place a wager that Stateford could defeat any team in the of Its weight The team will average about 130 pounds FOR SALEA twohorse power g8l ollno engine This office FOR SALETTWO rolling top desk Will sell either or both at a bargain Jesse D Wearen MY green house lain fino conditionI and am prepared to store your Vowel for tho winter Ed Hubbard 4t SAVE coupons from tho Lour ville Post for Miss Minnie Sine who la running nicely in tho contest that paper Is conducting ATTENTION FARMERS 10 percent discount on every thing In hardwareI beginning Nov 1st and lasting 10 Now is your chance tosave the diffe once Geo D Hopper OUR contest close at noon today So if you wish to get a chance at that ten spot you had better bring in your guess on Bryan and Kerns majority in Lincoln county be foro that hour JUDGE GEORGE M DAVISON told us yesterday that his father used to warn him 25 years ago about being fn the courthouse when a crowd was presen realizing that tho old shack was in a dangerous condition If it was dangerous a quarter of a century ago it must be in a very critical condition now Dont lot the old thing fall on and kill somebody but vote today to tear- down It and put a decent building in Its placeA GENTLEMAN who attended tho speaking at Liberty Wednesday tells UI that the courthouse was packed with democrats and that Gov Bcckham speech was tho best heard in that cour ty in years The exGovernor was in tho very pink of condition and his eplel did speech was delivered with much force and eloquence Our informs thinks that the exGovemora effort wl11 cut down Caseys republican majority considerably RoUTENMrs WGoaten died at her homo in thy West End Friday and fas buried in Hustonvlllo cemetery after seryices at the homo by Rev Willis of tho Hustonville Christian church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon She urvtvcd by her aged husband and several grown children Much sympath felt for them in tho loss of a devoted wife and godly mother Mrs Routei was about 70 years old and for th greater portion of her long life had been a devout member of the Christian hutch HON FONTAINE Fox Bonmrr of Crab Orchard was hero yesterday He It known far and wide as Tho Cicero of the Mountains Mr Bobbltt was recently sentenced by Special Judge Jtley to jail for contempt of court and as ho was being taken by tho jailer remarked to the judge that he would make more than expenses while there Sun nough several of the prisoners put heir cases in his hands and ho worked on them while serving out his time Ills visit hero was the outgrowth of ono of the legal transactions he figured In as a result of his term in jailFrank fort Journal THE November term of the Lincoln Circuit Court began yesterday Thi rand and petit juries wero impan lied and a forcible charge was delivered to tho former by Judge W C Dell who covered the ground thoroughly After this court adjourned until Thursday next In order to give the jurors witnesses and others time to vote and get over the effects of the election Tho following la tho list of the grand iron Joo Chancellor Sam Bishop W II Cummins E D Kennedy R C lunncllcy E T Pence C L Hensley J T Dudderar Wm Matheny B hancellor J J Elliott J D Eads THE opera house waspacked Thun day night to hear Gov Augustus E Mllaon speak A Negro string band furnished abundant music and tho Mt Vernon Glee Club enlivened things by nging a number of political songs revious to Gov Willsona address Judge L W Bethurum of Mt Vernon republican nominee for Congress was Introduced by Dr R L Davison and- ho talked for a few minutes tho great er portion of which time was spent all effort at ridicule of his democratic opponent Hon Harvey Helm Gov lltsons speech was interesting from be ginning to end Ho begun by a recital of affairs of the State and put much of tho time telling of his efforts to suppress night riding He did not dlllcnlS the issues of the campaign but urJted the people to leave tho affairs In- tho hands of the republicans and thus insuro a continuation of tho good times- he pretends to believe that we are enjoying Ho did not mention tariff or- tho other Important issues but did all his power to prove Bryan a bugaboo and told of the terrible times that- would follow his election While there was not a groat deal in the governors speech ho told It in such a gentlemanly elegant way that even tho many democrats in the audience took no offense at- bls knocks on their party and its splendid nominee and just smiled Enoch Smith son of Squire John N- Smith was seriously cut by John Murphy at Proctor just across the rIver- from Beattyville KA IALIMiss Sadie Crawford Brown and Goo Lee Mahan of Danville were married at the homo of tho bride In Louisville John Walter a widower of 32 ar- Mies Josephine Singleton 10 wero married at J T Thompsons on the 29 Mrs Kate Bates and T L Shar both of Montlcello were married in the parlors of the Newtonian Hotel at Sot ersetIt reported in Naples that in order to escape a crowd Miss Katherine El kins and the Duke of Abruzzi will bo secretly married and will not announce the fact until they are ready to sail for EuropeOn 28 Miss Jewell Timberlal and Gibson Russell were married at tho Methodist parsonage The bride is the pretty daughter of Mr G T Timbe lake ono of the West Ends prosperous farmers CHURCH MATTERS At the Womens Synodical Mlsaiona Society meeting at Frankfort Mrs J V Logan of Danville arose and lIald that she wished to consecrate hetBelt for work on tho foreign field She said that she had long had a desire for foreign mission work and was now ready to go wherever the church authorities might think best and at her own expense TroubleMarried Man A married man who permits any member of tho family to taKe anjthlr except Foley Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble Is guilty of neglect Nothing else la as good for alt pulmonary troubles The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and is in a yello package New Stanford Drug Co MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No F A A M will meet In tutwl communication on each flrit nnd third Monday night ot each month at 13 oclock in their hall on Main street tttai ford Ky Members of Miter lodge ore trt ternalllfnvlI to be present U LIennr FARM FOR SALE I RrouIRnd11lnlthe Hlunford pike Improvement nnd fencing good plenty ot water and fruit- Allo 125 acre of timbered land one mile tastof leKlnof lente plentr ot wntcrtand good tobacco land Hee grow log crop JAUIVENSAgentSrcKlnnryK7 Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fc external use Stop itching Instantl and destroys the germs that cause ski diseases Eczema quickly and II permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co SIt Lou1a MOo Pennys Drug St- oreINSURANCE Tire Lightning WlodHtorIlaUte and ooldent None ana JCHTOompnnlet Represented Lowest Poi tbie ItAtei Guaranteed Lou Paying Rae Ire Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kcntucky Keildence Phone No 82 PUBLIC SALE I I will all at public auction ntmy bomeo till Homerset pike the James P Halle iroperty beginning nt 10 oclock M SATURDAY NOV 7 lilY entlru lot of household and kitchen fur mure Including lureral left room IIU fOIlIng betllotot carpet ni good ai Raw auk itove heating tove etc Alton sec indhandptl tprlng wagon lot meat hog buggy rolling deck kitchen cabinet foe lot of Vlynuouth Rock Chicken Termi undo known on day of isle JOHN LUTES Stanford Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 1mncrea on the Wnyneaburg pike nellr Highland 6room house barn and otb Thu proper turtheDcprlrcilandchool house 1i well No 5166 acrei l sale of Grab Or tlOoltof7Ilid about 100 acres of thlt land It bottom land and produces tine crop A bargain at t 600 yt cash In one and two years WayIalldlum plenty of water Cash price K bNo410aacre near Level Green Rock toI10X good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nice home and can be bought for liD per acre H cash remainder In IS months No 6t811 the above farms 100 acres In cultivation Dwelling off rooms llood barn and other outbuildings nice or chanl One of the bet springs In he coun ty lrlce3wD half cash balance and t 6tU acres adjoining farms No4 and II ice acres In cultivation balance In UU- lJer Good white oak hickory and some tine CedIU Has 1story log huse and good orch- ord well watered Cads price saOX No1t S acres near Maretsburg KlW acre In culthntlongood dwelling house barll and lino water nnd school church and It It station Price l3 600 y cash balance In ono and two years No stU acres near Oon way Ky nearly of this farm Is bottom land tine for eorn- RIIt meadow very ROod dwelling house newborn and other buildings on county road o lies from Korea Uollegu Uash price ti MNo 0 acres on Drakes Greek miles from Crab Orchard This farm adjoin tho- Illke and is a part of the Geo Evans farm Thill tine land and In good condition all cessary buildings This Is a bargain ot 00 per acre So ID18 acres near Stanford Ky In nloo with neoeuary bulldingeto can be bought worth the money for full particulars In regard to all the above farm see or L K Hughes or- tined W bite Btanford Xy This Should Interest You I By being at the right place at the rjghttime we often get one hundred and twentyfive cents for our dollars If you will get in the right place at the right time we will share this fortune with you We have just placed on sale the following money savers 500 yards good percale in Red and Blue grounds white figures the lOc kind as long as they last 612c 300 yards White and Pink solid Outing the lOc kind as long as they last 7 l2c 300 yards Side band Suiting for childrens dresses lOc yard 2000 yards Side band Calicoes Red Blue and Grey the 6 l2c kind at 5c yard 500 Plain White Handkerchiefs Hem stitched the 5c kind a good school handker chief 3 for lOc 100 yards Linen finish Sheeting 2 12 yards wide only 25c 2 12 and 5 yard lengths 50 yards only wide black Taffeta Silk the grade at 75c 50 yards only wide extra Black Taffeta 125 kind at 1 per yard l +++ f++ t++ + MMHHHM + M SEVERANCESON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY IKImazoot via wcaii I AMERICAN BEAUTY Stole 223 Corset Co Makers Ilabmuooto call your special attention to our new line of American Beauty Corsets The latest styles In long hip anti medium length Also the latest styles in Belts Pocketbooks Col lars Center Pieces Bank Combs and Baretics and lots of other new goods too numerous to mention Come see and be con vinced TRIBBLE HUGHES When You Are Ready to Select Your Suit Try A Heldman With A Pile Of Style We are showing by odds the largest line ev er exhibited here and we can prove to your satisfaction that our prices are lower than those asked by others for goods of equal mer it Nobby shades of brown and olive with stripes Every thing that is correct will be found in our assortment Prices 750 to 20jW E Perkins Crab Orchard JThe Interior Journal Xnkndin the 2ee Of oe at Stanford veendclan mater vU LIHD TORDAYa AND YRnA7- AT 1100 PAR YBAR CASH when not to paid UOO will be charge L tN TINE T1tBLE No 11 Mouth 1111 p v Nos South lt3 r M NoliNOrthlaSA x No M North 118 p JOS S RICE Agent J3 D CARTER NewLlverw Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTu CKY 10 REWARD I For the orrett and conviction of any perio my farm or nlgbt ortrespassing upon to In traveling thee pubdoing to stock from tbeor Injurytie blghwny This rowanl rotor to apedleiI nlio offer two each j O Carpenter A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indud FqrInsuronce on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale l I desire to sell privately my splendid Blue Irata Karin of Here situated the West End of Lincoln county one mile North ot McKlnney Knrm lies on splendid pike ni well ab on the A 0 Railroad Is 85 miles from Huitonvtlle and 8 miles from the county seat Farm Is well 1 improved and necessary buildings fenced and nu abundance of wnier Convenient to schools and churches aadespeelaily convenient for traders nod shippers One of the bet Stock farms In f county All of the land Is product ive and a machine be over every foot ot It About lOOacreslncultlvatlonand the shows for ll clt no acres are prepnrettforwheat this Fall For further particulars or cnll on M OWENM McKlnney Ky JLBeazleyCo I UndertaKera and Embalm err Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary ts Undertaker Embalmer and DealerlnlHerness Saddler STANFORD KY QT tffPnont nomellhoresV I Resolutions Passed by the Demo crttlc Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Be it resolved by the democratic county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Ca soy and Garrard counties composing the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky that a call be issued by the Democratic Senatorial Committee of tho 18th Senatorial district of KentuckYJor a mass convention to bo held at the- epectiva re county seats of several counties in said district on the 17th day of November 1908 at tho hour of 2 P on said date for the purpose of selcct Ing delegates from said counties to attend a district convention to bo held at Liberty Casoy county Ky on the19th day of November 1908 at which Senatorial district convention there shall bo 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 be as follows One dele gate for each 200 votes cast for the democratic nominee for president in the election of 1904 or fractional part said 200 votes and ofI Be it further resolved That in pursuance of said basis of representation that Lincoln county shalt be entitled to nine delegates Casey county six delegates Boyle county eight delegates and Garrard county six delegates to attend said district convention at Liberty Ky as aforesaid and that all known democrats who have heretofore supported the democrat ticket aud all young men who have be como of age since the last regular democratic election and who purpose to affiliate with the democratic party shan be eligible and are hereby invited to participate in said mass convention to be held in said counties Be it further tesolved That the delegates selected from tho several counties to attend the Senatorial District Convention and who shall hold credentials as such signed by tho Chairman and Secretary of the County Convention shall be prima facie tti titled as delegates to organize and par ticipate in tho District Convention J F HOLDAM Chmn CHAS F MONTGOMERY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEFive good steers Jos lailouatWilliam Curtis sold to W B Land a bunch of 111pound hogs at 385 W P Givens sold 75 head of 1500 ound cattle to Henry Knight Co at 540 The Winchester creamery was soldII Monday for 700 It had never put in operation A twoyearold red steer came to my place in August Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep T Mack Holmes Crab Orchard Robinson Hamilton of Lancaster have sold through Hughes Swine road tho wellknown real estate vents 330 acres of the Gillispio farr at 65 to 80 They still have a good portion of the splendid tract of land left for sale- The sale of McGrathiana Stud at Lex igton netted CoL Milton Young the ropnetor about 75000 Col Young was so discouraged over the racing situation when he made up his mind to- seU that he offered to take 35000 and- let a local sale firm carry out the sale- In his name R A Dodd sold this week to John Wright of Cliffs Ide N C a car load of stock hogs at 3c per pound Also bought from Melvin Land and Moses Nave 10 cars each of timothy hay at 9 and one car load of clover hay from J Norton Fitch at 8 Shipped from rilmore three cars of ear corn for which he paid 3 perbarrelIJessamine J urnalWhere Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a loot at Gettysburg says The good llectrio Bitters have done Is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured mo I now take them a tonic and they keep mo strong and well SOc at Pennys Drug toro 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 a Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug- Store Would Mortgage the Farm A Farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire ju W A Floyd by name says Bucklend Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw one on my hand and one on my leg It Is worth more than Us weight in gold I would not bo without it if I had to uortgage tho farm to get It Only 200 at Pennys Drug Store A grand total of 12069289196 worth of mineral products in the United States is announced in the statistical ummary for the calendar year 1907 aaed tiy the Geological Survey HAM bred abln 11olw a truit roh- Nmr r tl Ator e4- Yxir t tt TmafUL t sal 1ane woo Nttlot at Application fort Pardon Faulkner Kennedy who was convicted of manslaughter In circuit court of LIn- coln at the November term ot sub court ItslrwlllaktheOovernorforpardon nnd all who object will the Governor and state in wr any objection FAULKNER KKNNKDY If You Want to Keep Posted Political DoIon ings Subscribe for the I ettucyState Journal The best Demo cratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Particulars to WeP WALTON Frankfort Ky Jesse W Sweeney irsorlllrroa Uwy FM and Ado lUUt Lancaster Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo have no agents Frci CatalogueII HIILEKMBYER l Boss- Lexington K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do nil lilndt of con cretlng ni workt1Tonumtanti lu tact we lan house down to n fence ott We con sere you promptly and guarantee nr tolnn work and our prices heron you buy your material at lent PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky POSTED strictly orbibhuttlfngashingoranr kind of tree panlOI on our places and will prosecute vi Baton to the full extent of the law 1QpleeMrsMlmlteonHros Tlniloy Hpoonauiore lion Martin M K Lawrence lteub n Curtis JHltockor JSiettnsT A meetII10rKan Uhappoll- Ainandt Schaeffer trees errlll J L Holtzctw O WIlMtjr Mrs J K 1ulllam It LIulllam Peter llalmer Mrs Katherine Ador Meuer las on Ashley t Ollannon James NOniU J Kevin Carter OlIt Hack Joseph Ilnllou M Paine J iLcnntenlech Jlr l n Carpenter flu lie becca W Martin IllThompton ThomaiVerrlll Jai It Nkldmore David Ilurton J It lunch M U Hlchnnlion Joseph Krnit Sits Mattle Hewet Itelchnnlioch Ural Fred VonUruongan KOalnot Albert VonQruengan AT Traylor IllburnGooch N II Fred Ilnumann lllchard Iletter Nunn teeter Will iteiter IIO Kunnelley W O Floyd LW IV okt J It Jarvlf J W JB llruco JO Sprat W W UlUlofY Ijn UhderwoodABon Mrs MnrCGlrens John M Carter Martin Alcorn- Joho i Wmoordler linn TraYlor M D Klmnre Mrs N llOoods P K Tnte David Htovent John infer ItO Durham W G Ilout GotllbOllck Fred Handorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J J Thuutpson D M Andemon JK loser Mr and Mn Jat II Kadi A Kllmta airs N J Morton JJKIIIott Mr ten Lognn Mrs JInry JIufmnun Wm Fields W It Daughrrty Frank Conller Rev Father Leo DriUPerrrII W nftlnt11H II llnuntimnn Uriah P Hoot Sirs Margaret hooch Jacob lender ieo C meni W II Trnylor Ham Itntert John Juror Amend Hfhnefvr M J Holmann Tooth Brushes If you want a Tooth Brush tha will give perfect satisfaction try ont of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes W have all sizes and shapes ss PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters ou North Broadway wo are obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting wo oiler the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams 8l Son 142 North IlroodwayLexington Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MAHAIER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATeD i JL2rr oWe now have and ready for your inspec tion the swellest line of Mens Shoes in the country Our Crosset 350 and 4 shoe in t Patents Tans Gun Metals and Vicis are i I 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 ROBINSON STANFORD KY The Wayesburg Deposit Bank INCORPORATEDfWaynuburp Lincoln County Ky Organized Aug ICth 1007 Capital Stock 31500000 Surplus Fund f200 00 Resources over 91200000 Why a bank account with ui la profitable to you Spur money is safer in the bank than anywhere else Paying bills by CHUCK is tho SIMHRST SAFOST AND MOST CONVENIBNT MKTIIOD nnd your checks becomes a receipt for the debt it pays It gives you a better standing in tho com munlty especially among business mIn to pay by oheok rather thin in cash To be known as having money In the bank strengthens ones credit Our aim Is to make this the PaopIVs lank systematic saving pays A deposit tiooount encourages saving This bank re ceives deposits from fl up Dealing with all customers nro al ways oonldential anti this bank is always ready to assist and advise We are Interested In tho development of this country and make a specialty ot taking care of farmers accounts Call in to sea us when in town Wo are always glad to do business with you OFFICBKSL G Oeoeb President M E Wheeldon 1st Vice President James A lays 2nd Vice President Stanley Mcintosh Cashier J H Paxton Attorney DIRKCTOKSUr J W Acton U Curtis Dr A K Cald well C C Ooocb II IT Singleton J W Wheoldon O W Leach 1 n u 1m Ilr Chase Sanborhs Coffee Has Noy Equal Try It h 00000000 W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky I l iE Waflonal tankStanford JCy Organixtct 882 Capital Stock Iso OOO 3ur tut and 7WWaW Profitr S9 000 Has paid In tyloidonds since Oryanxaion 211 500 null out jfceounts on Our lltlrllr VI OFFICERSDIRECTORS I S Rocker PresidentF Reid J U Baughman a S T Harris VlcePresldentM 1sJohn J McRoberti Cashiers T Harris James H C Baughman Asst Cashr T P Hill J S HockerIVVSaundersBooklceeper C E Tate If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur west Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUOOIS9aII TANFOKO