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JIOURNAL r VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 1908 NO 71 l Democratic Organization Built on Postage Stamps Tho story of tho tight mado by tho Democrats In Kentucky reads liko It camo out of a story book Without a dollar the Democrats had ono of tho best organizations the State ever sawThey actually did not have enougl money to buy postage stamps with which to communicate with the voter Therefore another plan had to bo adopted In each county a campaign chairman was appointed and ho named threo workers In each precinct In thi county Chairman Johnson managed to scrapo up enough money to buy ant ficient stamps to write personally to Iteach of these three men In every pre t cinct In these letters ho Instructed each ono to select three men to work with him at tho polls on election day to visit personally Democrats weak In tho faith and also independent and doubtful Republican voters Then these 12 wore Instructed to see that two men In each precinct were se lected to have vehicles at each poll ing place to convoy tho blind tho halt and tile lame to the polls When ever anyono of these volunteers said ho would need some money for expenses Chairman Johnson communicated with the chairman and told him to see that another man was named as tho Demo crate had no money and anything door by any Democrat would have to be out of patriotism and devotion to his party I As a result In every voting precinct in Kentucky tho Democrats had an organization of 14 earnest cnthuslas tic and hardworking men spurred on only by a devotion to party principles The Democratic organization cost only the money spent In postage stamps in making It and Chairman Johnson says Soldiers never showed moro real i patriotism and fidelity to duty than the members of tho Democratic State organization did Tuesday A Mean Poem i I met n queen Upon a throno And listened to Her plantlve moan With slaves to run At every beck Sho said she was A nervous wreck I later met- A magnates wife Who should havo led A happy lifo She told of woes At least a peck And said she was A nervous wreck I met a cook And hcardhor wall She had to tell Tho selfsame tale So I am forced To believe by heck Each woman Is A nervous wreck I Mind Your Business If you dont nobody will It is your builnoifl to keep out of all tho trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble If you tako Dr Kings New Lifo Pills They keep outC1MaudDo you mean to say that you actually proposed to him Belle Yes but my dear ho was dreadfully rattled I made him believe he did it hlmselfBoston Transcript f 4 HENRY WATTERSONS It PAPER Weekly Courier Journal JANDInterior Journal 11The ONE YEAR FOR I L ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all thlngt clean In all thlngiHt li ettenttally a family paper By ti a special arrangement we are enabled to otter the WEEKLY OOUBIEBOOBNAL year and thta paper for the price named above Bend your inbtcrlption for the om blnatlaa to asset U the OoorlerJournat WAYNESBURO DEPOSIT BANK The above la a fnir likeness nf the Wnynf burg Deposit hank located at Waynesburg In the Southern end of this county The president of this good institution is Mr Lewis Green Gooch one of tho wealthiest and best citizens in tho county IU cashier is Mr Stanley Mcintosh a splendid young gentleman and n fine business man The other officers and directors include many of the most substantial farmers and business men of that section Tho Wayncsburg Deposit Dank was organ ized In August 1007 and on July lat last it declared n dividend of six percent Its deposits are growing dally and the bank Is in a healthy prosper ous condition Tho above building was completed a month ago and tho gentle men who built It Messrs II D Phil lips of this place end H II Singleton of Waynesburg are deserving of con gratulation on their good and quick work It is concrete and as nearly fire proof as such a building can well be CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at Ncals Creek Sunday at 3 r Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xcnla Sunday afternoon at 330 Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning at 11 oclockEld J G Livingston will preach at Holdams Mill Saturday night and Sunday morning Quarterly meeting fat the Methodist church Nov 21 nnd 2LRev D W Robertson presiding older Rev J P Sowers ono of the oldest Presbyterian preachers in Southern Kentucky is dead in Barren county Eld J D Waters of Mlllcrsburg has been tendered tho pastorato of the Christian church of Glasgow and has accepted Miss Lucy Leo Mahan of London will begin a meeting at Hebron Monday night Quarterly meeting will be hold there Saturday end Sunday Epworth League service at tho Mothoilist church at C15 r Preach ing at 7 r u This will be tho sixth sermon from Christs Sermon on tho MountWe havo requested our pastor to preach on the Progress of Christianity Sunday morning at tho Methodist church All are cordially Invited Mrs J Z Spoonamore President Mrs E T Pence Secretary W F M S Watched F lft years For fifteen years have watched tho working of Uuoklong Arnica Salvo and it has never failed tocure any sore boll ulcer of burn to which It was np plied It hat saved us many a doctor billsays A F lardy of Fast Wil ton Maine 2fic at Pennys Drug- Store Wife came down to fd hubby goodbye And wept as they parted that day But hubby cheered up when tho steam er pulled out Maybo wife did toowho can say 1 If you suITer from constipation liver troublo Foloys Orino Laxative will cure you permanently by stlmu Jatlng tho digestive organs so they will act naturally Folojs Orino Laxative does not gripe Is pleasant to take and you do not have to take laxatives continually after taking Orino Now Stanford Drug Co e Sundayschool Teacher Willie are thero prophets nowadays IIWillie son of an uptodate grocer maam small profits and quick salesSheI understand that drinking is one of fallings 1lieYou have been misinformed It ono my most pronounced success es L Is it two that eho said I looked good enough to eat Yes she said you looked like a lob aterHouston Post Tho first voyago of an American ves sal around the world was made by ship Columbia from Boston starting Sept 30 1787 Six hundred school teachers are now at work in the Philippines I Giant honey bees of Indiabuild 13 feet high NEWS NOTES President Eliot of Harvard University has resigned- W Smith Lawrence the oldest man In Clark county is dead aged 91 x Tho Cincinnati Commercial Club WIlS to have given Mr Taft a big dinner last night Sallio Martin was burned to death whilo washing clothes at her home In Trigg county Mrs F Volt and her son were fount murdered in their tenement apartment In New York City John D Rockefeller Jr has been sworn In as a member of tho November grand jury in New York City Edward Carr of Hard in county was run over and killed by a train while enI routo to his voting precinct- In Bath county John Johnson she and fatally wounded Steve Williamson Troublo came up over an election betI Miss Louise Voet of Newport jumped from a 10th story window who a Cincinnati office building burned died from her Injuries News comes from Clay county that Daugh Barnett who recently secured a divorce from his wife went to her house and shot her dead Burglars entered a skating rink at Frankfort carried a 500pound safe into tho cellar and cracked it only to find that It contained not one cent The village of Savannah N Y was almost wiped off tho map by fire Twentytwo buildings were consumed tho loss amounyng to 150000 Bids wero opened at the Navy Department for tho construction of eight submarine torpedo boats for which Congress has appropriated 13600000 In a feudal war at Campton Junction caused by election whisky and family troubles Islow Allen was killed and two other men were shot one perhaps fatallyIn collision on the Potomac River between the steamer City of Washing ton and the Washington and Alexan dna ferryboat Lnckawanna one lifo was lost It is currently reported In tho finan cial district of New York that the Gov ernment will within a very short time offer 50000000 in Panama Canal 2 percent bonds Herman Krause and William Wan dense farmers of Wright county Minn were run down by a train whllo on their way to tho polls to voto and were almost Instantly killed William Randolph Hearst has pets tioned for tho transfer to tho Federal Court of Gov ask ells 600000 libel suit filed against him in the State Court of Nebraska at Omaha Cleveland Farmer of Simpson county was killed by his uncle by marriage James Jennett There wero no witnesses to the shooting and tho slayer claims it was dono in selfdefense The mystery surrounding the disap pearance of Willis E Smith a student from Kentucky State University deepens and a Pinkerton detective has ar rived in Lexington to work on the case Seven Years of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseaaedcoridltion of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has lied 38 years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is tho best rem edy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis henna rchago of tho lungs and tho early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Storo 60o and 81 Trial bottle free IC H Cables wealthy prohibitionist has opened a new hotel at Waterbury Colin costing 200000 of which the manager is a Sunday school superin tendent who never had a days hotel experience in his lifo His chief duty will be to entertain the guests and con duct daily prayer meetings The day and night clerks aro young women members of the Epworth Leagu- eHexamethylenotetrarnine The above U the name of a Gorman chemical which Is ono of tho many valuable Ingredients of Foleys Kid noy Remedy Hoxamethylenctetramlne Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a urlo acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine Tako Foleys Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice any irregularities and avoid a serious malady New Stanford Drug Co Heros to you dear ladies May you live one thousand years To sorter keep things lively tearsrOne thousand years too Did we say a thousand years No a thousand less a day iIFor we should hate to live on earth And learn that you had pawed away MATRIMONIAL Louis Humphrey and Miss Susie Stormes wero made ono at Thomas Naylors Wednesday John Leo Roberts and Miss Viola KIN ley each 21 years old were joined heart and hand hero Tuesday f Mr Elmer D Eads and Miss Hallio Dawson gave their many friends a little surprise Wednesday afternoon by driving out to Eld Joseph Ballous and having that man of God make them husband and wife They went on to Danville and remained with friends for a short time and returning to Stan ford went to housekeeping at tho Dawson homo on Danville Avenue Tho groom is the well known tinner and plumber and Is a clever honorable and industrious young man lIe came hero from Wayne county a few years ago and made friends from the start by his gentlemanly deportment His bride is the youngest daughter of Judge W L Dawson and is a fine young woman She is very pretty and popular and is full of life and push On a number occasions sho has taken her fathers placo as rural route carrier and has done the work most satisfactorily We congratulate Mr Eads on his good catch and wish him and his bonnie bride all the happiness and good things that can come their way On tho morning of November the fourth at the home of Mr and Mrs John A Hammond their daughter Miss Flonnie Hammond was given in marriage to Mr Robert L McKcchnie of Tampa Fla The pretty homo was daintily decorated in Southern smilax and white chrysanthemums and in the parlor tho scene of tho solemn cere mony potted plants and vases of flowers were beautifully arranged As the first chords of Lohengrins Bridal Cho rim were being played by Miss Nannie Adams the bridal party entered from hall First came tho maid of honor Miss Grace Deering with the best man the grooms brother Mr Grover Mc Kechnle both of Lexington Follow ing them the fair bride entered lean ing on tho arm of tho handsome groom Forming In a semicircle the party was met by Elder W G Montgomery who pronounced them man and wife in a most impressive manner The bride who never looked prettier than on her wedding day moro a handsome dark blue cloth traveling suit with hat to match and carried a beautiful boquetof brides roses Miss Deering was charm- Ing in a tailor made suit of brown and carried a hugo boquet of white chrys anthemums The pretty wedding was the culmination of a happy romance of six years and as Hubble is the home place of both the bride and groom the couplo is being given up with regret Only a few relatives and intimate friends witnessed the ceremony Im mediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs McKechnlo left for Danville to take the train for Tampa Fla their future home The bride the only child of the house is pretty and accomplished and Mr McKechnio is Superinten dent of tho American Lifo Insurance Co in Florida where ho is popular and endeared to many Tho couple were the recipients of many lovely gifts and leavo with tho admiration lovo and good wishes of a host of friends How Is your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowllng of No 228 8th Avo San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach troublo She says Gratitude for tho wonderful effect of Electric Bitters In a caso of acute Indi gestlon prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters Is tho best remedy on tho market today This great tonic and alterative medi clue Invigorates tho system purifies tho blood and is especially helpful in ill forms of female weakness 50c at Pennys Drug Store The other day somo 300 tons of wastepaper was shipped out of this city to a paper mill in Michigan to bo ground in to pulp says the Washington Star This stock represented the accumula tions of four years of canceled money orders totaling 2600000 and once rep resenting a value of 1500000 Foleys Honey and Tar clears tho air passages stops the Irritation In tho throat soothes tho inflamed mem branes and the most obstinate cough disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and tho cold is expelled from the system Now Stanford Drug Co Hell has no fury like a woman scorned A leader of Baltimore socie ty who went with one woman and married another was arrested on a war rant sworn out by the discarded ono for stealing 1000 in jewelry from her and spent the first night of his married lifo in jail Londons ashbin refuse is being com pressed and reduced to a material resembling garden mold and sold for fer tilizer Tbanksgiving rI flay h will be here with its usual RAIN and SNOW youIhave been intending to buy Our Hart Schaffner Marxt 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 Wearen o STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln eountyillational Dank Of Stanford RemucRy 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 DIREOTORSt J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Goo 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 Preacheravillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE- To Many Points South and Southeast TIcKets Geed ReUralag Until May 31st 1909IWrit for rale and folder H C KING cPA let E Main St LtilnfUo Kr r The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON H G WINGATE of Doyle Is R candidate for Btatirfcennto subject to the convention card for Nov 17 and It WL MCARTY Ida candldnto for Sheriff of Lincoln coup ty subject to tlie uctlou ot the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN It a candidate for Bberlfl of Jncoln count subject to the nctlon of the democrat party JOHN J MOSER li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county mbject to the octlou of the Democrat party I M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count labject to the action of the Democrat party JAMES C HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho Democratic patty DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlnn lion for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon lye mbject to the action of the Democratic party J w FOLEY Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun tysubject to the action of the democrotlo party J A DUDDERAR Ii a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Coon ty subject to the action of the democratic party BRYANS majority in Kentucky will be in the neighborhood of 11000 With 28 precincts unreported the democrats have a majority of 10953 The missing precincts will not greatly change the majority Eight democrats and three republicans are elected to Congress the republicans carrying the Ninth 10th and 11th districts Congressman Ben nett barely escaped defeat at the hands of J N Kehoe and it is possible that the official count may change the result The first district gave the big gest democratic vote in its history going for Bryan by 13000 while Ollie M James majority is even greater The republicans rolled up a tremendous ma jority and when all precincts are in the majority will probably be over 22000 jn the llth district FOR the first time since Thomas A Hendricks was elected Governor on the Democratic State ticket and U S Grant received the electoral vote of the State for the Republican national tick et Indiana has given a plurality to the Republican candidate for President William H Taft and elected Thomas R Marshall Democratic candidate for Governor Whether Marshall will car ry the rest of the State ticket with him is a matter of conjecture It is prob able that the Legislature is democratic and if so John W Kern will be elected U S Senator e HON HARVEY HELM is returned to Congress by the handsome majority of 1800 This is a deserved compliment to our townsman who has served his constituency faithfully and well IT was a landslide but it didnt come our way However it was not as bad as it might have been Kentucky is back into the democratic column to stay and thats worth lots JOHN W YERKES the erstwhile apple of the republican eye did not come to his Danville homo to vote but spent the day working in his office at Cincin natidno wise creases our admiration for him The more we vote fur him the better we like it In fact weve gotten the habit LOOKS like if Taft had had sure enough religion he would have carried every State in the bunch He didnt miss it much as it was CHAIRMAN MACK you are no guesser A fiveyearold boy can give you cards and spades and beat you at the game BLESS old Virginia Her democrats gave Bryan a plurality of 30000 and elected nine out of 10 Congressmen DEMOCRATS gained one Cincinnati Congressman but Soninlaw Nick was reelected POLITICAL Mercer went 178 to the good Bryan carried Somerset by six votes Georgia only gave Bryan a majority of 20000 Doyle county gave a democratic majority of 293 Bully for Franklin county It gave Bryan 1510 majority Rockcastle went for Bethurum 909 to her shame be it said Whitley county gave the republicans 2910 Garrard went to the bad 313 In the Tenth district Congressman Langley republican defeated Amos Davis by 2000 Gov Hughes of New York was reelected by 75000 majority and his State went for Taft 202000 Clinton comity gave Taft 741 majors tyThe electoral vote of Missouri is In doubt Caseywent to the bad to the tune of a 720 republican majority Bookmaker James OLeary of Chi cago won 200000 on Tafts election Gov John A Johnsons plurality as governor of Minnesota is 15000 to 20 000Judge Judson Harmons majority for Governor of Ohio will likely reach 40000 Thomas R Marshall democrat was elected Governor of Indiana by a good majorityThe says that Winston Wiseman of Danville will bo the next on Madison county She gave 100 against out townsman lIon liar vey Helm Jessamine county did well 290 for the democratic ticket was as much as the greediest could ask Congressman Swager Sherley of the Fifth or Louisville district was re elected by a majority of 2066 Speaker Cannon was reelected to Congress in the Eighteenth Illinois dis trict by 6000 or 7000 majority The terms of 30 United States Sena tors expire the fourth of March next and the Legislature which will choose their successors were voted for Tues dayPractically complete returns received up to a late hour indicate that William H Taft of Ohio as President elect will have a vote of 309 and it may reach 327- Authentic information from Creston la confirms the defeat of Congress man Hepburn for reelection from the Eighth Iowa district by W D Jamie son Democrat by 100 votes Both the State and national Demo cratic tickets won in Tennessee by from 20000 to 30000 The Democrats carried all the Congressional districts save twothe First and Second- I am disappointed over the result in Kentucky but we Republicans have a great deal to be thankful for said Gov Willson when he heard that Ken tucky had gone democratic 20000 Democratic politicians expressed the opinion in Washington that Uryans defeat was duo to an unlimited umount of money and nn unwarranted lack of confidence in the principles and pledges of the democratic platform John D Rockefeller had to stand in line in a New York tailor shop for 40 minutes before he had a chance to deposit his ballot Almost directly be hind him in the waiting line stood Judge Alton B Parker the Democratic pres idential candidate of four years ago Mrs Edna E Hill Our good noble purl loving Grand ma has gone to rest On Sunday afternoon Oct 25th 1903 her Savior bade her come and she gladly went forth to meet him We knew she could not long be with us but her death was a shock when it came She had been an invalid for several years most of the time confined to her room She suffer ed much but without a murmur She was waiting to be called home Her life ended so gently so peacefully she truly sank into eternal peace and rest Grandma was left a widow at the age of 35 with five small children She had no one to help her battle with the hardships of life until her nephews and nieces came to live with her Her home was a homo for the orphan and homeless She never turned one away who asked her aid She was an earnest faithful devoted Christian She was a member at McCormacks and as long as she was able to go any where she would go to church- A loving devoted member has left us but only for a little while for we all hope to meet her in her Home over there Her favorite song was Think of the home over there Her only daughter Mrs P W Carter was with her to comfort her and help to do for her what little human hands could do Her daughterinlaw Mrs T J Hill was as faithful kind patient as an own daughter could have been Only a sincere noble Christian woman could have done for Grandma what done For almost theyhave 30 years lived together as mother and daughter Grandma has left us but she will never be forgottenD IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES B W Van Arsdale manager of the Hagan Gas Engine Co of Winchester this State suicided in the Arcadia Hotel at Macon Ga Two children of Mr and Mrs Irvine of the Poplar Hill section were burned to death in their home The roof of the house was falling in when the par ents discovered the fire A N Helm of Paint Lick was brought to Lexington and taken to the St Joseph Hospital suffering with ty phoid fever lie is reported to bo do ing nicely Lexington Gazette Investigation shows that the opium habit is growing in New York City Besides about COO Chinese who use the drug there are 6000 white persons addicted to its use England imports about six and one half pounds for each person a year MASONS MEET Lincoln lodge No Ml A Jf will meet In stated communication on each Hrit nnd third Monday night of each month nt TUN oclock in theIr hall on Main itreet Hton ford Ky Members ot sister lodges are Ira ternnllr Invited to be preient 1onny WMT W lVnnlngtonBec FARM FOR SALE I Tho farm of 140 acres of ood blue Rrait Innd Iyln one mile North of MoKlnneyon tho Btnnford pike Improvements and fencing Rood of water fruit Also ncras of timbered land one mile Kait of MolClnney linlf under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Hve grow Ing crop J AOIVKNH Agent McKinney l- yNOTICE I will dress hides for robe with hair on and will tan tildes for leather on share Wilt alto pay market price lor hldf Ohnr ica Kiusiin Ottcnhvlni Ky Wrltu U F U Waynes burg No INSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndHtorm Life and tooldent bat the HTUONOK8T and IK8T Companies Represented Lowest loi Ible Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying limo ird Unequalled Talk wltb VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky klesldence Phone No 81 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Amoneeadingaaketrhanddecrtptunnmaf an rrobblrIllaCOmmnnleaUonuUlcl sent free Oldest teener fur cunnr patntirclr Parente takn tbroulb Sturm k gertlaoRN wlthot cb arse tile Scientific Jimerican A ntndiomtlr HlnttrslM wceklr 1araet cir culation of an clntlOo Journal rerm3 a eum1byalinnWaleaMUNN Weak Women To weak and arun women there Lleast ml way to help But with that way two treatments must be combined One ls local one U constitu haul but both an Important both essential Dr Snoops Night Core IJ the Dr Snoopt the Onnitltntlonal The former Dr shoop9xlghtQtretratoptrat mucous Dieabrana suppository remedy while Dr Stoops l Istoratlve wholly an Internal treatment The Restorative reaches throughout the entire lysum seeking the repair of all nerri all bloOd aflments The NigbCQtre u tq name Implies don its work while you sleep It soothes tore and toaam ed mucous surfaces bnU local weakneoe and dllcha while the llertoratlre nenoi ambltlonlbutldtstrenzth Tlfnr and energy Take Dr whoops or UQuidsfa areneral totild lathe system Forpoelhveloajaelpassa- swaaDr SKoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE of Kami Stock Cropi and Farming Implement I will cell at public auction on the lieu nettUloyd form i3 imiIefromlinstunvllle on TUintSDAY NOV itKoglnnlnKiit the following de cntKHl properly On work inuld I4 yean oid nnd good worker 40 head of cat- tlewclghlngabout mSorprpoundIf not cold twlurc of two milk cows lot of hog head of nice Rheepiib utail bale of buy mowing mnohlne Mciormnck self binder Llghtnlnit tiny Ireu lot bar- r of corn I wagon let wagon hnrneis Oliver Ulllllrd plow NoJi I harrow cultlvutor corn abvllvr cutilna fodder sled kitchen furniture btherudngetoonumer oils to mention Term mode known on day of sale N 11lilsllOt MorelnndXy Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 40 acres on the Wnynetburg pike near highland Broom house barn anti uth er outbulldlngljnice orchard This proper ty near Itclioolboue Is well worth the price halt- s1o210 acres x tittles South of Ornb Or on the Hints road hue u two stor y house good bArn orchard and Is well water ed about 100 acre of this land Is bottom land and produce One crop A bargain ut Hfun ycash balanco In one and two years No8WI acres on Uuclc Greek near Way nonburg room house barn and other out bulldlnus plenty of water Oath price No4Itriaoret near Level Clrcen Rock cattle county Ky This farm has a new J story frame would cost to build now 12000 good barn crib Ac located near church and chool This Is it nice home and can be bought tar 110 per acre X cash re mainder In 12 months No 6J83 acres adjoining tbe above farm 100 auras In of rooms good barn and otber outbuildings orchard One of the best spring In the coun ty Price 1I000bail cast bitlunce nnd x yours No 6ii acres adjoining harms 7os nn 6 150 acres In cultivation balance In tint bur Oood white oak hickory nnd some tine cedar If a 8slory log husu and good orch mini well watered Cads price flUX No1OO acres near Mnretsburg Ky l acres In cultivation good dwelling house burn and necessary outbuilding line water nnd school church mind It It stutlon Price fl H cash balance In one and two years No 8lU acrus near Oonwny Ky nearly nil of this farm U bottom land file for cor- mcodmcadowvery good dwIIIIIC bouMe nt w burn nnd other buildings on county rood a tulles from Mecca College lush price Nos 01 on Drake node front Orab Orchard This tarot adjoin tho pike amid Is n part of tile Ueo Kvinu farm hlllllno land III good condition necessary buildings Tile fa u bllrgllin n t IdOper nero No 118 near Htanford Ky nice shape with uh necessary bulldingsetC- can be bought worth the money For lull particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write L It Hughe or James I White Htanford Ky BUILDING LOTS I have for late eight nice building tots In Morclnnd Ky They are level and situated near the For particular see Abe Minks Morcland Ky Good Farm For Sale I I iletlro to privatelyHOacro farm B miles Southeast of It U nil tograssexceptIuncrosnndlawell Improv ed Will sell foroue IInl on easy payment For further particular wrllo to or cjillon 0 T llotion banol The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durccists tell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY HABILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prora floaters In and manufacturer of Ornnlto and Marble Monument KlrstVlnss Work at Reasonable IVicoi Oftloo and Works McKlnnuy Ky Shop cloved on Saturday Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tote Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Good Farm For Rent I desire to rent for my farm of UO nero In tho town limits of Crab Orohnrd 40 or fo acre ere In timothy meadow The itndlln plendld condition large brick house of oJKhl room and out houses good and numerous Plenty of water Write or call on Jame F Iloldam Stanford Ky When Ordering Clothes have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes vrhvtbcrn low price business suit or the linen evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were wade to your measure I wilt also take your jima ure for extra trouser fancy vest top coals and overcoats Fall ami Winter tain plot on hand ready for your Inspection U0 RUPLKYTheTallorHtanford Adorinas Fox h n handsome large young Jersey Hull de scended from n and unbroken lint of tun moil noted built and cows on the Ia land of Jer l1n land and America ills llIIllOrtedam1 beisome Ancestor unit have a strictly good oow you should avail yourself of his set rice will benllowvtl to serve a flannel numl rof approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a let of Pencil Make engagement before sending cow to he bred tOrlKit Telephone Htanford Ky N nWe have to offer three urn choice bull calves that will fro sold nt right prices r r I I Young Mens Clothes Ederhcimcr 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 wed are showing The whole force of toe orfand strength of this tore are directed to just one end bettertcart of you young men than you have ever been cared for before That team work that will give you the bet overcoat you over wore Got it now UU U nFORSALE BY H Je McROBERTS Honest Mike fast Service Honest Material I We do not believe there is a Shoe made to with as much service that stands the tturnsJ Tk Yoods t line Every Pair as Solid as a Bone everyIPair every Bit Leather Honest Mike you all know him a full stock kip the only Shoe sold in Stanford tanned the old fashionedI cold liquor way Shoes 250 Boots 400 Level Best It a lighter Shoe a neater Shoejbut full of service and we do not hesitate to say its the best Boys School Shoe in the world 225 and 250 for Boys and 275 t for Men Water King Ita mans high top rubber lined at 400 the Standard a 15 inch top genuine calf lined as near dryastany Shoe made at 5 These are four Shoes that simply can not be made better Try a pair and seeI H J McJROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium ijustonville Have now their Full stock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonville i Our prices always oonsorrativo Sao our Tailored Gowns new and pretty Wo have just intr diicc l tills tile Ladies Skirts our Fall lino of Cloaks Ladies Aisles and Children you will find to bo mosey savers to you Shoe stock now complete Wo have handled the Sterling Shoo for years to our r 1 tatiaftictiou and to tho trade Try n lair and be convinced Every depart meat is now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ox change CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY BeechNut Brand eans Once tried always used Money back if not satisfactory Also Bdcchuu t Cranberry Bunco Hlicctl Bacon Currant Jelly Orango Jfnrniclnde Gnp o Jelly Pineapple Preserves Peanut Butter Always fresh Cull and o tho best line on the market GEORGEa FARRIS Save The Difference J By getting a 10 Per Cent CASH DIS COUNT on HARDWARE begin ning Nov 1st Lasting 10 Days Geo Dp Hopper Stanford Ky The Interior Journal STANFORD KT Nov 0 1008 i NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS GEO L PENNY is III K M NEWLAND went to Louisville Tuesday Miss LENA REYNOLDS iswith friends j in Loulivilto J BORN to tho wife of Charles String sr twin boys JOIN BRIGHT JR camo up from Somerset to vote T D NBWLAND JR was over from Danville on election day ffMu MARK HARDIN has joined his at Olympian Springs MR KINDIUCK ALCOHN is rapidly convalescing wo are glad to say T Miss AuiiA TRAYLOR who has ap pendicitis is somewhat improved WALTER 0 SCOTT came over from t Paris to stamp under tho rooster AU J W ACBY came up from Louisvlll- to indulge in tho right of suffrage A G BA8T1N has moved back to tho Highland section frpm Hopkins county i MR ED PKYTON Is down from Mid- dlesboro with hla relative Mr W T SmithDR W M DOORES of Crab Orch ard spent several days at tho Asaph StI As usual that splendid democrat t M F Elkin camo over from L ton to vote Mn W P LEG n good democrat of Pulaski county passed up to Barbour I vlllo yesterday Miss EDNA Liri3 of iluetonvllle took Wednesdays train for Wise Va1 to visit relatives MR O P HUFFMAN stopped on nail tho other day nnd has since been hobbling around on crutches MR E B DENHAM and family will move to Mrs Nancy Logans cottage on Logan Avenue in a short while MR CURD WILLIAMS of Etowah t Tenn was here yesterday returning from a business trip to Huslonvlllo MRS JAMS F HOLDAM went up to Crab Orchard yesterday to attend tho bedside of her sister Katie Scott MR GEORGe L CAHPENTBR of Hus tonvillc his returned from New Or leans and several points in Mississippi MR JAMBS W WILLIAMS and bride returned from their bridal tour Tues day and are now at homo to their friends at tho St Asaph Hotel Misa MINNIE SINE hw already won n prizo of 5 in the Louisville Post con test her win tho house and lot by giving her your subecripttons to or coupons in that paper LOCALS GET Singletons prices on stoves IT only costs you 2Dc to post your land MONDAY is county court dayCall in and sec ue- Mont t of that good candy just receiv ed at Farris BOYS new patterns just reI ceived Cummins Wearen NEW line of lap robes and horse blankets just in J C McClary GET your ticket to hear tho election returns from J S Rice Only 50 cts BRICK residence on Lancaster street for rent Possession Dec 1 P P Nunnelley TURKEYS good stock only from Nov 10 to 20th Highest market price II B Northcott ATTEND saleo household and kitchenfurnlture of John Lutes tomorrow Saturday morning at 10 oclock IoN WSgANKSthe campaign chairman for Lincoln county did great work for tho good old democratic par ly FOR SALE Complete sot of John Lords Beacon Lights of History En tirely new have never been opened This office DONT the thought of a new court house make you feel good 7 It was a i long time coming but wo got it Tuesday and a dandy courthouse will bo erect edIT t was cold as blazes yesterday morn- Ing The mercury registered 18 at 6 clock The creeks and branches were not frozen however Therois no water in them IN a fight here election night Percy Stowart cut an ugly gash in the fore head of Bob Whltloy also colored Ho is in jail and the grand jury will Investigate his cage- ArTENTIoN FARMERS 10 per cent discount on every thing in hardware beginning Nov 1st and lasting 10 days sow is your chancy tosavo tho differe I once Geo D Hopper f MERSHON aneaL II and o W T Stono aru in receipt of a Tioga p Texas paper telling of the death of their relative Mr A J Mershon Deceased was born and raised in fi Garrard near the Lincoln line but racy ed to the Lone Star State many years ago WANTED fresh eggs at 22s H B Northcott TilE official vote by precincts will ap pear in our next issue ATTEND D K solo 16 miles East of Rowland today Friday I HAVB begun receiving tobacco at McKinney Wednesday and Thursday of each week W P Kincaid ISEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More land Beet farm and road wagon made Ibin 0 C COVER had the little finger on left hand broken and his ham badly torn by a fall ho received a fe days ago FOR SAtIS H Aldrldgo cerise on Portman Avenue or will rent by the month until sold Seo or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky II HEREDY warn all people not to hunt or trespass on my since Those ignor Ing this request will be dealt with according to law A R Matheny ofBnoKE ills NECEraek Shaw Casey county teamster was run over by hla wagon and his neck broken while descending a steep hill near Poplar Hill POSITIVELY no hunting or trespassing allowed on my farm Those doing so will bo prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law Mrs R L Williams Hus tonvillc Ky TUB Lincoln County Fair Co has paid a dividend of 275 Thu stockholders now own the amphitheatre another d buildings and should have a dandy fair next year TUB young men Stanford will give a swell hop at Waltons Opera loua on the evening of Nov 27 enaIIoOR goodness sake dont talk about having a primary to nominate county officers before next Spring or Summer Give tho tho good people a much nced ed rest from any andall kinds of poll tics ALL good citizens of Lincoln county are requested to meet in the court house next Monday Nov 9 at 180 r M This meeting is in tho interest o temperance T W Barker chairman G Singleton secretary of committee WE will wait until after the official count today to tell our readers who has won In tho guessing contest we have been conducting Probably guesses were made on Bryan and Kerns majority in this county and the guesses range from 1 to 1516 TUB following town trustees were elected at Crab Orchard Tuesday M M Phillips S J Tatem John DeBord A Addams and W E Perkins Those elected at Hustonvillo are Chas Wheeler Josiah Bishop John Dinwiddie J H Rocker R A Llpps MK IKK SIIEUIY tJunction City known by his friends as Black Ike was hero Wednesday walking with a cane that was presented to his grandfather Mr Isaac Shelby in 1I2 by J A Sheppard an did friend The cane was made from a splinter from Perrys flagship 4 Now that thO election Is over sup pose all hands and the cook get down to business and eschew politics for a while at least We suggest that City Judge Tribble impose a fine of L on every person male or female who dulges in political talk on the street from now until Jan 1 OUR clover republican friend Mr John B Camenisch has our thanks for a batch of German papers which we have read with great delight The item wo enjoyed most was the one giving many reasons why Mr CamcnUch should mend his political ways and here after vote tho democratic ticket IN the presidential race Lincoln county Bryan and Kern received 1994 votes and Taft and Sherman 1856 making Bryan and Kerns majority 138 lion Harvey Helm received 2002 votes and Judge B J Bethurum 1815 giv ing tho county to Mr Helm by 187 Judge J S OwsSoy received 1990 votes to W R Dilliona 1858 giving Judge 9wsley a majority of132 TUB game cock crows over tho work done in Lincoln county and beI cause the proposition to build a 35000 courthouse carried so overwhelmingly AFTER many trials the courthouse proposition finally carried at Tuesdays and for it all should join in tho Doxology Tho vote show d a twotjirda majority with hundreds f votes to spare which shows that our eoplo have at last awakened to tho iccessity of n nqw temple of justice Now lot County Judge Owsley call the seal court rasher and take fiction on tearing down tho old scack and build ins handsome 35000 building in its sloes FOR SALEA twohorse power gas I ollno engine This office FOR Anehelsof potatoes C L Hensley Klngsville Ky FoR SALETwo rolling top desks Will sell either pr both at a bargain Jesse D Wearen MY green house is in fine condition and am prepared to store your flowers for tho winter Ed Hubbard 4t CIRCUIT court resumed operations yesterday and tho following petit ju was impaneled J T Chadwick S N Mntheny Wm Curtis J W Gooch X J Gooch A J Weddle J N Van AwM Luce M V Kteton e J W Guest W B Land Jim Miller Charles Carter LIburn Gooch Hunlcy Gooch H G Lutes G A Brown R H Brown L C King Sid Jennings J II Rigsby TilE grand jury which is now in ses sion has a good deal of work before it and it is hoped that it will leave no stone unturned in its effort to indict baan tho pernicious habit of carrying conceal ed weapons should bo thoroughly invest gated Shooting and misbehaving on the thoroughfares of tho county should also come in for a thorough examina lion There is tote of work for the grand jury to do and wo hope tho body will do it carefully and well r DUNNMrs Fannie Dunn widow of Mr Wesley Dunn who died some 35 years ago died llWedncaday nightt aged 66 and will bo buried in Buffalo cemetery this morning after funeral services at tho late home by Rev J L Yandell at 1030 Deceased had been bust was as as a t whilo before tho end came She retired as usual Wednesday night but about 1030 her daughter Miss Annie Dunn who was rooming with her was awak ened by groans from her mother Dr Carpenter was sent for and he adminis tered medicine which seemed to eas the frail body but in a half hour tho spirit had taken its flight to the world beyond Mrs Dunn was tho last of her family but is survived by two andfMiss Annie one son Mr George B Dunn all of whom were at her bedside when the end came They have been called on to give up mother the best of all friends and for them in this dark hour much sympathy is felt Mrs Dunn was an exceedingly kind hearted Rentlo woman and truly none know her but to love her For many years she had been a member of the Presbyterian church and was in her pew at its services as long as her health would permit Another good mother has joined tho angelic band on tho oth er shore to await tho coming of the dear ones she leaves behind HONOR ROLL for second month Stan ford Graded and High School Grade 1 Josephine Bcazley George Fleece Farris Mary Garman Paul Gar man Marguerite McClure Marie Pow ell Sophie Saunders Crude 2Rnchnl lull Annette Wear en Earl Baughman John R McKin trey Tilden Cooper Grade 3Knthryno Harris Frances Embry Florence Dawes Bell Russell Bessie Miller Clarence Singleton Grade 4Clinton Coleman Joo T Embryt Malay Grimes Houston Gen try Nellie Wilson Hill Jesse hockey Mary Jarvis Lcttie Walker McKinney Jean Paxton Ethel Powell Adelia Rus sell Hartwell Shanks Grade 5Maud Arnold Ella Eichen berger Tillo Goldstein Ruth Hardin Elizabeth Hunn Josephine Morris Bes sie Moore Eva Rankin Elizabeth Stagg Prescott Brown William Car son Sam Embry Harry Farmer Maurice Jarvis William C White Grade 6Ethel Brackett Mary S Cook Annie Gray Dacia Hardin John T McAlister Anna D McRoberts James Owsley Mary Moore Raney Verner Rout Mayme Singleton Ger trude Wilkerson Grade 7Stewart Carson Clay Da vis William Grimes Mannie Mobley La Verne Brady Annie Butte EffioI Baughman Josephine Carpenter rion Grimes Eva Moser Lena Traylor Grace Young Nancy Yeager James 8Katle Anderson J T Wilk erson Mary E McKinney Mike Penny Kate Kennedy Lyle Cooper Lottie Carson James Cooper Jennie Pepplos Lucy Leo Walton Ella Warren Oca Moser Lillian Mueller Mary Gray Catherine Gentry Joe Hill Thomas Coleman Grace Brady Arnold Foreman Marietta Wallace Annie Milburn May Warren HIGH SCHOOL FreshmanKathryn Lynn Will Mc Carty Emma Napier John M II Waters Annie L Gentry Mary Bell Spoonnmore Morrison Bright Lorrainr Campbell Willie Moore hony Lissa Holtzclaw Harris Coleman Grace Otter Maud Stone Sophomore Eugenia Patrick Elizabeth Higgins Sallie Burdetto o JuniorElizabeth Baughman Thos Bright Grady Tucker Walter Single tonSenlorEerta C Jean Penny Margaret Warren rW MRW RUSSELL DILLON JR made agentlemanly race for county judge and his friends are proud of his efforts Rus is a gentleman at any and all times and he might have been expect cd to make a good showing r BULLY for Kingsville Some sore head socalled democrats over there tried to beat Judge Owsley but he car tied that republican precinct two Hurrah for the gallant democrats of the little city on the side of the hill ryJunan JAMES F BAKER of villa Tenn was tho gentleman who bought the general merchandise store of L G Gooch Son at Waynesburg His brotherinlaw Mr A L Foster and a Mr Jeffers will manage the bus iness Judge Dakar is wellknown in tho Hustonvillo section where he has an interest in a big store THE good work of tho democrats in Lincoln county should not be forgotten It will be remembered that McKinley carried the county 218 In 1890 it went republican again in 1000 Parker carried it 63 in 1904 and Bryan carried it this time about 150 Where so many of d boys did valiant service it would be vidious to particularize but suffice it to say they all did well and they have the thanks of the 2 100 democrats of this glorious county of Lincoln WARREN After an illness of three years Miss Maria Warren breathed her last at her home on West Main street at 9 oclock yesterday morning ag 80 The funeral will be preached at her late home by Elds Joseph Ball ou and Joseph Severance at 10 oclock this morning and tho burial will occur in Buffalo Cemetery Deceased was a daughter of the late James R Warren and she leaves one sister Miss Emn Warren of this place and a broth Mr Albert A Warren of Middlesboro Sho had been a member of the Chris tlan church for years and was a most excellent woman in every way Great sympathy is felt for the lonely silt who has lived with her and who for years has done all in her power to make ethe burdens of her life seem lighter The brother comes in for an equalshl1roI of sorrow for the afflicted Public Sale undguftoHATUUIIAY NOVIIT111ts19atAx- tell to the hlRliont bidder the following do lor bed property town Two good milk cows i ngetl fiitully horse1 I bono wagon book boanl 8 turning plow 2 double hov- lOlI single plows some WIIROII harntwi tome plow geiir corn anti fodder good Jto normlctc mower nnd rake teverul tiny forks a lot or good hoeS nil kinds of tuttfuj inmll tools liouteliolu und kitchen urnlluru KyJPUBLIC SALE IlnvliiKdiUrmlneiltohreftk up housekeep will sell III the Janie1ep l tnjloi Yeast of Itowl hd on PHI DAY NOV CT1I shocks ofcorn In meld 0 shocks of sore oneIluekllng mule colt nod one bono I milk COWl gyeurllng mutes I rut bog IS ewes l tnrm wnlllln spring wagon l top springwngonltornessasuts larntlug Intpdentatts household goodeatk 11001 extension tHlU ldlshKufvinndotb IMdlInglbalupostTKKMHor that nmoiint n credit of 8 months Note centInterestsumo will begin st D II MH1ION Rowland IVObandler Auetlo- nwrPUBLIC SALE On November 10th 1063 Acres of Land on Tate s Creek Pike Plvn unties from Lexington nt the old Robert Kentherstone homestead at oeloc A Said land to be told in tracts of 240 tI and 854 acres and then ni whole Each tract contains n reel dunce tobacco burn and outbuildings No better land can be secured for the raising of tobacco mid hemp nnd It Is unsurpassed for n stock farm Water nnd grass In great quantities Tho next tiny the 11th of November I will sell at my houu lcOrnlhlllnn on th e Newtown pike some household goods horses and mules three carriages and two buggies and one photon family hors n largo quantity of farming Imple meats 1000 fence pout carload of oak fencing plank Free lunch for lleopl at each snlo MILTON YOUNG John W llnln Auctio- neerPUBLIC SALE Having sold my tams I will on WEDNESDAY NOV 23 190- 8olTernt public outcry my personal property onaoredltof 0 months at 0 per note nnd approved surety for sill sums of S and over payable at Oral Orchard rank Ing Go otllce consisting of goodrellnblo home 2 good cows will at vo milk nil Win ter 40 hone photon buggy J sets single harness good 2norse plow double shov el log chain A harrow corn shelter set blacksmith tool wheelbarrow Hlmp son Competing MeRle platform county 1IUnow couch new l Cornish told luwl with run cotton IIII1Unu bed oom set 10th century design as good as now dresser nfid washstand 0 rockers roomIilno covered kitchen table I kitchen cabi not ui wil clothes press t toot poworcburn steal cooking JIIIIIIC a burner il stove l goal healing Rave tat of table warn stoneware hollow ware picture frames derrick for butchers use t steel block and tackle will corry H Inch ropoH Ilea hives and ninny other articles 0 will begin promptly nt 10 A H nt daisy reek on Crab Orchard and Htnntord W B JAUVIH- Col T P Chandler Auctioneer This Should interest von I By being at the right place at the right times 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 6 l2c 300 yards White and Pink solid Outing then lOc kind as long as they last 7 l2c 300 yards Sideband Suiting for childrens dresses lOc yard 2000 yards Side band Calicoes Red Blue and Grey the 6 l2c kind at 5c yarded 500 Plain White Handkerchiefs Hemstitched the 5c kind a good school hand ker chief 3 for lOc 10O yards Linen finish Sheeting 2 12 yardrlengths 50 yards only wide black Taffeta Silk the erl grade at 75c 50 yards only wide extra Black Taffeta 125 kind at per yard + tttNH +t1 t t t SEVERANCE bSON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY AMERICAN BEAUTY Stile Kalamazoo Covet Co 158I IAMERICAN BEAUTY Sole 223 Corset Co Hiker iKalanwoo We wish to call your special attention to our new line of American Beauty Corsets mho latest styles in long hip and me Blum length Also the latest styles In Dolts Pocketbooks Col otherkconeriTRIBBLE 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 ever exhibited here and we can prove to your satisfaction that our prices are lower than those asked by others for goods of equal merit Nobby shades of brown and olive with stripes Every thing that is correct will be found in our assortment Prices 750 to 2OW E Perkins Crab Orchard t fThe Interior Journal JMered in lAs Port Qffict rt Stanford III NendcZau f1aUt- rnBLIalDlD TDxeDLYa AMD WUDATIJ AT JJ00 PER YEAR CASH tsRhea not 10 paid lt00 will be charged L N- TINE TRBLE NoxiHouth 1111 r x No 21 Clout h jjia P x No l4 North A No 21 North 118 r x JOS S RICE Agent Ea D CARTER New Ltverv Depot StreetPhone 96- gTANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I and conviction of any perso- ndoluginjnrptostockfatraaeling tho pub from the lie blgblOYI or refers toreardands of people This rost nnd I alloffer o spec sal reward of r3o for particulars see me I nlio offer two special of 100 and ioo each JO Carpenter A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Offdey Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15- G I B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Heed Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I desire to Bell privately my splendid Blue Grass Farm of ws acres sttt the- West Kurt of Lincoln county one mile North of fIlcKlonev Fartnlies on splondfd pike in well lee on the Q k O Railroad 1s- z4 miles from 1I1ltonlIIe and a miles from tire county seut Farm Is well 1mproved nnd has all necessary buildings II fenced abundance of- water toechoolsandohnrchesConvenient Ddeipcclally convenient for traders hlpporn of the last stock farms in Lincoln county All of the land Is product Ire and n machine over every loot oUt About lOOncreslncultlvatlonand tbe crop shows for Itself 90 acres are for wheat this further- parneulars address or cnlt onIM OWKNW aioKlnneyKy JLBeazleyCoj Undertakers and EmbalmI en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary It Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OeM Phone HomeJPhone M i Passed by the Demo cratic Senatorial Committee the 18th District ofI tlJo it resolved by the democratic county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Ca Bey andl Garrard counties composingI the 18th Senatorial district of Ken tucky that a call bo issued by tho Democratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky for a mass convention to be held at the spectivo county seats of several counties in said district on the 17th day of November 1908 at the hour of 2 r on said date for the purpose of select- Ing delegates from said counties to attend a district convention to be held at Liberty Casey county Ky on theta day of November 1908 at which Sena1 tonal district convention there shall bo selected by said delegates a democrat- Ic nominee for the said 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky Bo It further resolved That the basis of representation from the said several counties in said 18th district shall bong follows One delegate for each 200 votes cast for the democratic nominee for president in the election of 1904 or fractional part of said 200 votes and Be It further resolved That in pursuance of said basis of representation that Lincoln county shaU be entitled to nine delegates Casey county six delegates Boyle count 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 democratic ticket aud all young men who have become of age since the last regular democratic election and who to affiliate with the democratic party shal be eligible and are hereby invited to participate in said mass convention to be held in said counties Be it further resolved That the delegates selected from the several counties to attend tho Senatorial District Convention and who shal hold credentials as such signed by the Chairman and Secretary of tho Count Convention shall be prima facie bn titled as delegates to organize and par tlcipate in the District Convention- J F HOLDAM Chmn CHAS F MONTGOMERY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE Five good steers Jos Ballou 3t Dr Hugh Reid sold to Well 24 1500 pound cattle at 41 to 5Jc It it not a good plan to fill an oldI orchard with young trees The soil too much exhausted by the growth of the former occupants A twoyearold red steer came to my place in August Owner can get bin by paying for this notice and his keep T Mack Holmes Crab Orchard A black sow weighing about 250 pounds came to my place some twi months ago Owner can get her bj paying for this notice and her keep James Smith Stanford R R No 2 Col Milton Young sold to W H Tarp and J D Milbourne 200 acres of land lying on the Georgetown pike and adjoining McGratbiana stock farm in fayette The price paid was 1848750 James R Beazlev won the big stake it the Columbia S C fair with his great combined mare Sweet Marie She defeated big field of good ones le also won a big stake with his stal ion Joe Brown He later swapped Joe Brown for two magnificent show horses Mr B is showing his string at the ipartanburg S C fair this week That oldest girl of mine is finally ngaged The young man called as a otification committee last night tt And how did you receive the news Got the family together and cheered for 83 minutes by a reliable clock tt Washington Herald Winter blasts causing pneumonia pleurisy and consumption will soon be here Cure your cough now and irengthen your luugs with Fuleys Honey and Tar Do not risk starting the winter with weak lungs when io leys Honey and Tar will cure the most obstinate coughs and colds and irovent serious results Now Stan ford Drug Co- Youll have to work hard to win old Millions daughter Ill have to work a good deal harder If I dont win herBrookyn Life 6 There are 30 different races In the Philippines Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable- aedicin Druggists Write for sear pie E W Rose Med Co St Loula MOo Pennys Drug Store PUBLIC SALE I I will soil at public auction at my home on tbe Hoinerset the Jnines itnlley iroporty beginning at 10 oclock BATUniAV OV7 1808 IDIY entire lot of household and kitchen fur Including several bed room sots folding of carpets as good lee new cook Itove heating stoves etc Also a wo dd handed spring wagon lot meat top bUggYl rolling kitchen cabinet- nne lymouth nock Chickens Terml- mado known on day of sale Jolts XATTKB Stanford Ky SPA K HAIR BALSA boeutitIot cI t eea atr Ors f1101aroow Hstlot if Application ftr Pardon Faulkner Kennedy who was convicted of manslaughter In tnu circuit court of Lift cola county at the November term of said aslc the Governor for pardon and ahwho object will notify thoOovernor and hate In writing any objection FAULKNER KENNEDY If You Want to Keep Posted Political Doings Ion Subscribe- for th- eIertucky StateJournal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Par ticulars to WIPa WALTON Frankfort Ky Jesse W Sweeney riorairroR- Llvwy Ittd and lali ftrill Lanoaster Ky Fruit and Ornamental Tries Everything for Orchard Lawn am Garden We have no agents Fre Catalogue II F HIUENUBYER uog- Lexington K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of concreting suet as Work rnrement and tn fact ere can make any from n house down to a fence post We run leno you prompt and guarantee nrstClas work and material and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky POSTEDW- e whose names appear below strict forblu hunttng fishing oraaI kind of tree paulnl on our places und will prosecuted to the extent of the law le1lplealorreHhnQsonBros Tlnsley Hpoonamorfl lIen I Martin fI11I Lawrence Iteubtfii Curtis JB rocker J 51 1ettui T A Hlce Morgan Uhanpell Amandt BcbaefTer Hitwn Kernil JI Holticlnw a W hasty Mrs J K Pulllam K It Iulllanr IViter Balmer Mrs Kntherlne Ador Messer lanon Ashley A Ullannon James N Cash J Nevln OarterIO M Hack Joseph liHllou M II Mrs ins lUlnes J UUamenlsch Dr J O Carpenter Mrs Rebecca itCarpenter WI Martin AMFrye Jll Thompson Thomas Kerrltl Jus K Hkhlmore David Burton J K Hunch M Hlchardton JoephKrn t Miss Mettle Howes ltet Bra Fred VonQruengan lUKOnluo Albert VonOruengnu ATTraylor Iltburn Oooch N It Ilumnier Fred Uaumann lllchard Nester Owsley Dunn Henry lIterWilt Hester 1L O Nunllelle W O Floyd JW Peck J Jarvli J W lUuahraan J K urucelJJOHpratt W IMKim- rUlirnderwoodAHon Mrs Mary OUIrcns John M Carter Martin Alcoru John jll WmCordler Han TraYlor JL P Klmoro Mrs N IL Qnode O K Tate IHtvId Htevons John Jufer It O Durhniu W O Itout GotllbOllck Knd Hnmlorf Adeline Craig Obrlitlan Jacob- J J Thompson h M Anderson J K Moser Mr and airs Jas Kadi A Kllnsn Mrs N J norton J J Elliott Mrs Oeo Logan Mrs Mary Hufmann Wm Field W K imuzherty Frank Ionller HOT Kattmr I o BrOO Perry IstVthllnes H H muijhnmn Urtoh Albrlg It A D Hoot Mrs Margaret Cloooh JnpobYlnnder leo W H Trnylor Ham Itotiert John Jnfrr- MAmend Hehnefer J llofmann ETIleaaley A It Mathrny Tooth Brushes If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes We have all sizes and shapes PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway wo are obliged to seek n new location To avoid the great expense anti risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in tho new show room we propose erecting wo offer tho largest as sortment of Cemetery work over assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments J 28 Headstones 85 Markers at moat attractive prices Persons who relay wish to purchase later iu tho year could order now nnd have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams lSon 142 North Uroodwl1JexinStton Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY 18 TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TI LOCAL MANAIER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOftPO We now have and ready for your inspec tion the swellest line of Mens Shoes in the country Our Crosset 350 and 4 shoe in Patents Tans Gun Metals and Vicis aref 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 INCORPORATED Waynesburgf Lincoln County Ky Organized Aug 15th 1107 Capital Stuck 1600000 Stirplaa 16I Fund 1200 00 Resources over 4200000 Why a bank account with us U profitable to you Your money Is safer In tho bank than anywhere else Paying bills by Cimcit is tho SmiMisT SAVHST AND MOSTsCONVENIKNT MtTTlloD and your cheeks becomes a receipt for tbp debt it pays It Rives you a better standing in the com munity especially among business men to pay byoheok rather then in oath To bo known as having money in the bank strengthens ones orodlt Our aim is to make this the Peoples Hunk systematic saving pays A depoill aooount encourages saving This bank re calves deposits from 91 up Dealing with all customers are always confidential and this bank is always ready to assist and advisn We are interested in tnt development of title country and make a specially of taking caroof farmers accounts Call in to see us when In town Wo are always glad to do business with yo OFFICKUSL G Good President M B Wcoldon 1st Vice President James A Hays 2ml Vice President Stanley Mcintosh Cashier J II Paxton Attorne- yDIRNCTonsDr J W Acton It Curtis Dr A It Cald well C C Gooch II II Singleton J W Wheoldon O W Loach U I = IaJII j tr to t Chase Sanborns Coffee Has No Equal Try It tJXDIJ W H HIGGINS j r Stanford Kentucky J Ih Jfiirst 91aional tankStanford Jty Organized 8S2 Capital SoeA fSOOOO J Surplus and ItndMdtd ProfHt s 9 000 JVas padin tiividinds since Oryanixalon 2fJ500 invite 7fow Jfccounis on Our VJferiit OFFICERS DIRECTORS J S Hocker PresidentF Reid J H Daughmtn D Elmore J M Pettus VicePresidentMS T Harris V tJohnIf you want your Prescriptions carefully fillIed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me s j W B McRoberts DRUGGIST II TAN FORD f