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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1908 NO 72 Will Serve Wllllngly As a Private LINCOLN Neb Nov GWlllIn Jennings Bryan Thursday last Issued the following statement Tho election has gono against us by a decisive majority Tho return are not all in and it is Impossible at the present time to analyze them or to say what causes contributed most the Republican victory Wo mado our fight upon a plat Corm l which embodied what we believe to lx good for the American people but It I for tho people themselves to decide what laws they desire and what methods of government they prefer I have faith that the publicity fo which we asked will yet commend it self to the American people that the s election of Senators by the people will bo secured that tho iniquities of the trusts will arouse nn opposition that will result in the elimination of the principle of private monopoly- I am confident that the people will leo tho necessity for labor legislation and the tariff reduction which our platform demanded I am confident too that the educational work done in this campaign will result In securing greater protection to bank depositors Tho above are tho most Important reforms for which we labored and I believe that these reforms will yet come together with moro effective regulation of railroad and Independ enco for tho Filipinos I desire to commend tho work of our National Committee I am entire satisfied with Mr Mack as the thef4t could have dono more than they did and as for myself I put forth every of fort In my power to secure victory for our cause t Tho nomination came from the hands of the voters I have obeyed i their command and have led as best I could Words will not express my grat itude for tho devotion which has been shown by millions of Democrats during tho last 12 years Neither can I adequately express my appreciation for the kind words which have been spoken since the elecI tion If I could regard the defeat as a one I would consider it a blessing rather than a misfortune for I am relieved of tho burdens andre Bponalbilitlea of an office that is at tractive only in proportion as it gives an opportunity to render a larger public service Out I shall serve aa willingly in a private capacity as in a public one God does not require great thing of us He only requires that wo improve tho opportunities for service presented and IJ I shall be glad to improve the opportu nines for service presented by private life In this hour of national defeat I find some consolation in the cordial support given by my neighbors by tho citizens r of Lincoln and by tho people of tho State of Nebraska With a Democrat- Ic Governor and n Democratic Legisla ture wo shall bo able tq put into practice much of tho Denver platform as re lates to State legislation and I trust that our State will set an example that will bo an Influence for good in the na tionJas HUBBLE A Uratton Sr our beloved friend and good citizen at the ago of 66 years passed out of this life into the great beyond Saturday morning between 4 and 5 oclock Nov 7 Ho was one of the few old Confederate soldiers now living and had been declining very rapidly for the last few months but on account of his great energy and won 4 rderful nerve ho kept going till tho last to tho election and voted forA W J Bryan and tho remainder of the ticket visited his son near Marksbury and came homo on tho evening of the Gth where ho had been living for sever- n years with hIs son R G Dratton ywho is one of tho good citizens of this t community Ho was alive at 4 oclock a the morning of his death and asked tho family if it was cloudy After tho ear ly morning work was dono and break fast ready he was called as usual but did not respond He had been suffer ing for somo time with nervous trouble but was not ablo to rally from his last attack Ho was brave courageous kind hearted always speaking and con tending for what he thought was right Ho leaves three children R G Drat ton of this community Jas A Brat ton of Marksbury and Mrs Susie Mel ghan of Louisville to mourn his departure and a host of friends to sym pathize with them and miss him fn this life At two oclock Sunday afternoon after being followed by many friends and met by a host of others in the Lan caster cemetery after appropriate eer ivices by Rev Brown in which tho few old soldiers took part his body was consigned to Ita last resting place Venus is 2570000 miles and Jupl ter is more than 15 times further off in the universe 1 An Old Democrat Talks About Old Times My mind driftstclto bygone days Well do remember the election tiC 1870 1 was at Albany Ga When the news came that tho great ticket of Tilden and Hendricks had been elected our people went wild for it was thi first time that tho people of tho South had seen the sun shine politically elnci the great Robert a Lee had turned hii sword over to Grant and Johnson hat turned his over to Sherman Two ol the greatest commanders tho world had over known had to go down in defeat The old party had to pick Its flint and try it over Let every county and die tract put up Ita ablest and best men Well do I remember after Mr Clays death the old Whig party was lead by Crittenden Bell lIardin Dunlap and Davis Tho old democratic party was led by Brccklnridge Stevenson Powell Magoffin and Beck all of these were great and mighty men ablo to cope with any men from any State Old Kentucky still has some line men of the old school We havo Lindsay McCrea ry Brcckinridgo and that able jurist Judge Saufley all able true and tried men as ever went on a battle field Of our younger men we have John R Al len Harvey Helm W J Price and many others Let these men come to the front I remember In 16C8 the carpet bog days of seeing a full Legislature in Tallahaase Fla of Negroes and In 1876 of seeing two Legislatures in New Orleans one white and the other No groes I was in Atlanta shortly after the war and saw that city in ruins and ashes that Sherman had burned and left for women and children to weep over I havo traveled throughevery Southern State since tho war and God in heaven only knows what those bravo people havo suffered Let tho old par ty be true to its principles and put up ItS very boat men for office as it has in bygone days You will see tho old party come to tho front once more You now have a fine young man in tho Legislature Keep him there Boyle sounty once Bent such men as Anderson Talbot Boll Hosklns and others Parette sent her Clays Brecklnrldgos Hunts and others all groat men Lin coIn had her Bailey Varnon Ownley and others and old Garrard had her Dunlap llurdott and others Old Mad ison had her Turner McCrcary Smith Little and others Theo were all able true and tried men and could servo their country in any capacity Now let us put up our best men In every county and district and victory will waive on our banner once more if notI we will go down in defeat as we did a year ago I would like to see Judge Saufley go to tho U S Senate His term in office would about round outI the old Confederate soldiers careerI Ask Bob 1orter if ho remembers tho skirmish Scotts Confederate Cavalry had in front of his house in 63 and how I had to lay in the fence corner with Mr Dillehay to keep from being killed I guess every one remembers Ie grams raid in the winter of 33 when ho burned tho old bridge at Dix river whero Beazloy was murdered UUECKINIUDQE DEMOCRAT rteWhen asked If ho would request a requisition for Taylor and Finley incase Commonwealths Attorney Franklin de manded it now that Governor Marshall Democrat is elected Gov Willson replied Wo will take up the Taylor and Finley matter in regular order of business and consider those cases just like wo would any other cases Further than this I do not care to make a statement II If you sulfur from constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orlno Laxative will cure you permanently by stimulating tho digestive organs so they will act naturally Foloys Orlno Laxative does not gripe Is pleasant to tako and you do not have to take laxatives continually after taking Orlno New Stanford Drug Co Charles W Morse was sentenced to serve 15 years in the Atlanta peniten tiary Judge Hough in tho Federal Court at New York acted on the jurys recommendation in Alfred II Curtis case and suspended sentence Morse has not given up but from his cell In the Tombs has directed his attprnoys to fight to the bitter end An appeal will bo taken Watched Fifteen years For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and It has never failed tocuro any sore boll ulcer of burn to which it was ap plied It has saved us many a doctor rill says A F Hardy of East Wll ton Maine 25c at Pennys Drug Store A California jeweler has made a pair of scales so delicate that they register the difference in weight of a living fiy- and after it has been killed NEWS NOTES Frank Semple 07 years old who wa in charge of tho William Thaw estat a and Interested in many financial inst tutlons in Pittsburg is dead William D Cornish of New York second vice president of tho Union Pacific Railroad Company was found dca in bed at the Adultorium Annex in Chi cagoA small steamer carrying passengers from Amoy to Tungan China sank and 200 of tho passengers were drowned Chinese junks rescued tho othersMalcolm C Patterson a son of Gov M R Patterson of Tennessee enlistee In the regular army at Chicago His father was much affected when ho heard what his son had dono Bank exchanges at all leading cities In tho United States are 2378471712 111 per cent over lost year and 112- per cent decrease as compared will the corresponding week of 1900 Donald Garrett tho 12yearold son of Mrs Joseph M Garrett of Wood ford county was terribly burned by the explosion of a c m of blasting powder into which ho accidentally dropped fire In order to relieve tho crowded condition of the inmates at the Reform School tho Prison Commission decided to push the work on the now cottages that are being built on the Reformatory groundsTwo hundred men employed in the Illinois Central shops at Paducah are af fected by tho annual Winter cut which went Into effect today Surplus hands were discharged and tho boiler car re- paIring and machine shops were cut from nine to eight hours A mounment to the memory of Gee Rogers Clark was dedicated at Fort Maisac near Metropolis HI It was erected under the auspices of tho nols branch of the Daughters of the American Revolution and commemorates tho first landing of Clark on Illi nois soil on June 24 1778 The governments contention that the American Tobacco Co is a trust operat ing In restraint of trade and in viola tion of the Sherman antitrust law was sustained In decisions handed down by Judges Lacombe Coxo and Noyes in the United States circuit court at New York Judgo Ward dissented Brent Woodall of Covington secretary of the University of Cincinnati and nephew of Dr C W Dabney head of that institution has disappeared from his home When last hoard from a week ago he was in Louisville but his father Frank F Woodall and a detective were unable to find a trace him there- Republican and Socialist delegates to tho American Federation of Labor meeting at Denver are expected to criticiso a adversely the course of Sam uel Gompers and the executive board in the recent canpalgn but it is not believed that they will be ablo to mus ter enough strength to prevent a decisive vote in favor of a continued vig orous political policy Charles W Morse and Alfred II Cur tis were found guilty by a jury in the United States Circuit Court in New York City of falsifying the books of the National Bank of North America and of misapplication of the funds of the bank Tho verdict covers a total of 54 counts Tho jury in returning its ver dict recommended Curtis to tho mercy of tho court in view of tho assistance given by him to the District Attorney and the fact that ho was generally be lieved to have been Influenced by Morse Seven Years of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is the best medial no to tako for coughs and colds and for every dlseasedcondttlon- of throat chest or lungs says W Vllonry of Panama Mo The world has hid 38 years of proof that Dr kIngs New Discovery Is tho best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemo rrhago of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store GOo and 81 Trial bottle free When I was doing business in a very small way remarked a shrewd merchant I advertised that I had no branch stores Welt That made the people think I was running a classy shop and pretty soon I was able to open branch stores See HexamethylenetetramineThe chemical which Is one of the many valuable ingredients of Foleys Kid noy Remedy Hexamethylenotetramlne Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a uric acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice any Irregularities and avoid a serious malady New Stan ford Drug Co r HUSTONVILLE Numerous complaints are being made by farmers of tho condition of when t lately sown Elwood Weatherford who came homo from school with typhoid fever is rap idly improving Allen Swope shipped two cars ol butcher stuff to Cincinnati for whir they paid 2Jc to 41c Mrs Sue Jones and son James arrived home Sunday from a protractc visit to relatives In Texas Tom Gooch the veteran turkey buyer of the West End Is out after a car load for the Thanksgiving trade The C W B M will meet Thursday afternoon at the Christian church at 2 oclock A full attendance Is desired Mrs J T Bailey and son of Mc Brayer are guests of Mrs Hilt Jen nings who will return with them for a visit Hustonvlllo Masonic Lodge will meet in regular conclave on Friday 13 at 230 for work All craftsmen are cor dially invited as matters of importance are to be attended to J T Suttons sale of household and kitchen furniture Saturday was well attended and satisfactory prices were realized Mr Sutton and family will move to Kansas City Mo Mrs Eliza Shlpman died at tho homo of her daughter In Hopkinsvillc and the remains were brought hereand Interred in the cemetery in the pres once of a large number of sorrowing friends C M SIpple has a large and well assorted stock of lumber in all sizes for building barns and buildings also two foot boards and locust posts from 4 to 14 Inches in diameter Prompt attention toall orders It Will Neal of Kimberly Utah where he has a valuable gold mine left for his homo after a months visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J C Neal Mr Juko Robinson and wife of Lancaster were guests of his brother T JRobinson and family James Yowell sold to Henry Knight of Louisville 1350pound cattle at 5c They were delivered Saturday Y W Burton has rented his splendid farm on the Middieburg pike to John Lynn for tho coming year for 1100 Mr Burton will move to Somerset Much interest is being manifested in tho meeting conducted at tho Christian church by Rev E J Willis of Kirks hillo Mo assisted by the local pastor Rev W S Willis There have been 11 additions to date Tho music is an attractive feature of the services es pecially the duets by Misses Sallee and Warriner and the quartette renditions by Messrs Dinwiddie Adams Camnltz and Williams The Halloen Party given by Mr and Mrs J C Neal in honor of their son William was unique and greatly en joyed by the guests Many of the make ups showed a close study of Hamlets ghost The wail of the shivering ghosts after their weird march and the beau tiful house decorations in harmony with the occasion were attractive features The refreshments were greatly enjoy ed and the menu could not have been exededed by a chef RUe Tucker shipped to Cincinnati a car of butcher cattle at tic to 4c Myers McCormack Co shipped a car of butcher stuff at 3c to 4c and a car of fat hogs at Sic to 6c J C Johnson sent a carload of 1350pound cattle to Cincinnati at 5c Stokes Son of Monticello shipped a car of 1 000 pound cattle from Moreland to Cin cinnati They had been on grass here Myers McCormack Co have arrang ed future shipments to be made via L N from Stanford beginning with- two cars today How Is your Digestion- Mrs Mary Dowling of No 223 8th Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Blitera In a case of acuto indigestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters Is the best remedy on the market today1 This great tonlo and alterative medicine Invigorates the system purifies the blood and Is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50u at Pennys Drug Store Its a lucky man declared Dusty Rhodes dat children an dorgs like to foller about Dont yer agree wltma pardNot if do children wanter chunk rocks answered Wayside Wags an- do dorgs wanter Foloys Honey and Tar clears the air passages stops tho Irritation In the throat soothes the Inflamed mem branes and tho most obstinate cough disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and cold Is expelled from tho system Now Stanford Drug Co The worlds population Is estimated to be at present 1683000000 u Official Vote Lincoln County Nov 3 OS Bryan Taft Helm Bethurum Owrilejr Dillion CourtHoute VtCH Stanford No 202 117 208 III 2m III 276 12 Stanford No 2 169 196 175 191 178 187 311 34 Stanford No 3 174 154 179 157 178 154 286 20 Stanford No 4 132 89 132 89 133 90 50 28 Crab Orchard 163 204 162 201 162 207 52 101- Crab Orchard 2 171 217 172 207 160 219 37 53 Huitonville 206 135 202 133 207 133 65 70 Hujtonrillc 2 167 156 166 157 168 IS7 72 62 Hiutonrille 3 182 178 183 174 ISO laO 78 65 Waynaburg I 171 119 167 117 167 125 49 28 Wajrnaburg 2 169 150 166 149 161 159 91 40 Waynoburg 3 88 136 90 129 87 136 20 78 Total 1994 1851 2002 1815 1990 1958 1417 592 Majority 143 187 t32 625 Tbanksgiving Day will be here with its usual RAIN and SNOW and you will need that new SUIT that you have been intending to buy Our l Hart Schaffnerc Marx all wool line is rich in excellence of quality in perfection of tailoring and in neatness of fit Remember THEY ARE ALL WOOL WILL HOLD THEIR SHAPE and WILL NOT FADE When you have wornone suit of it nothing else will satisfy you t Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S IL Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford IJohn 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 Preachereville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek The Interior Journal t Eo C WALTON If a G WINGATE- of Boyle It a candldnto for State Henntor subject to the convention rolled for Nov 17mnd W L MCARTY lIa candidate for Hberlff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the nctlon oi the democrat lq party M S BAUGHMAN It n cnndldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER countyj1 M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count I subject party to the action of tho Democratic JAMES c HAYS H4 li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the action of tbe Democratic 1party 1DINK FARMER fr Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to J the action of tbe democratic party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun j ty inbjcct to tbe action of tbe Democratic pars J W FOLEYT Ii a candidate for Atsassor of Lincoln coun demoerntltJ th J A DUDDERAR li a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Coun t ty subject to tbe action of the democratic party W D WALLIN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- ty4 subject to tbe action of tbo party riTtlEannouncement from Washington 1 that Frank Hitchcock would be the official dispenser of patronage under y the Taft Administration Is cheering news to many of the postmasters another d Federal officeholders in Kentucky It is natural that Senatorelect W Bradley will also havemuch to do wit the patronage in Kentucky Senator Bradley was named the leader in this State when he held his conference with Judge Taft some months ago Sena tor Bradley has been a factor since the national convention when he and Hitch cock and Fischer put the skids unde- R r P Ernst who had an ambition to be national committeeman from Kentucky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL we expect is the only paper in the United States which has never printed a picture of PresidentElect Taft It has also nev ter printed President Roosevelts picture and only about twice has Mr Bryans face appeared in its columns The I J is not averse to printing pictures but believes that Its patrons had rather have good reading matter than have their home paper filled with stock cuts they have seen hundreds of times in other publications CHAIRMAN STOKES JACKSON of theI ndiana Democratic Committee an nounced that he will contest the elecI tion of any of the Republican StateI ticket should the official returns nowI being compiled at the Secretary of j States office show any of them to have been successful The contest will be based on alleged naturalization fraudss in Lake county and other illegal meth ods alleged to have been used by the Republicans OUR old friend Judge R G Williams formerly of Mt Vernon was elected IItonStates affairs in that county willjbe in safe hands as Boon as Judge WIlliamsI takes his oath of office and breaker had better either quit his meaness or hunt a more climeae TilE Goebel Monument and Building in Commission met at Frankfort Saturday R and adopted a resolution accepting the of statue and monument and fixing the month of May for the dedication and unveiling ceremonies The commission will meet again in March to fix the ex act day in May for the unveiling THERE seems to have been some live ly swapping off in Louisville Sherley for Congress carried the Fifth district qdianaonly States where the great commoner was robbed in order that some local man should get into office JOHN W KERN of Indianapolis has made formal announcement of his candfdacy for United States Senator We hope he will win and predict that ofhe will of POLITICAL John Dismuke has been appointed of poatrriaster at Buena Vista Garrard Ij county Judge Taft it is said in Washington Jr will avoid as much as possible the wor ry Incident to the distribution of patronage and will rely largely on Hitch cocks judgment in making his appointments tl Tho Indiana L itslaturewllfbc Dem ocratic by 12 on joint ballot and will elect a Democrat to the United States SenateL Fryer present Incumbent defeated J J Osborne for the democratic nomination for circuit judge in th Cynthiana district Robert L Offutt of Shelby county inltho Eighth district is a candidate for messenger to carrKentuckys elec toral vote t6 Washington United States Senator Francis G Newlands Democrat of Nevada has been reelected by popular vote by a majority of between 2000 and 3000 Many of the politicians in Washington believe it Is not improbable that President Roosevelt will be elected t 0the Senate from New York to succee Senator Platt Taft carried his home State by over 70000 at the same time that the Da m Decals electedJudge Harmon to b Chief Executive theState hp20 plurality On the face of the official returns in Indiana the republicans win all the State offices below Governor except two Democrats claim they have evi dence to show where grave frauds have been committed Democracy is gaining even in Penn sylvania Roosevelt carried it fou years ago by 603000 Taft carried it this time by less than 400000 Sixteen years from now at this rate the Demo crats may carry it Charles P Taft is mentioned as candidate for Senator from Ohio For aker will cut little figure in the fight it is believed and Representative Burton is now thought to be the strongest of any of tho possibilities Senator Beveridge is expected to become the undisputed leader of the Re publican party in Indiana and as the oonly Republican Senator from the Stat will have an opportunity to build up a machine through his patronage Several commercial bodies of South ern cities have extended invitations to Judge Taft to spend the winter in their cities Mobil has placed a suite o rooms in its new hotel at his disposal and Atlanta wishes him to attend a banqueth Foelker the State Senator arose from a sick bed to go to AI bany last spring and cast the deciding ballot which made possible the passage of Gov Hughes antirace track betting laws was elected to Congress from the Third district Brooklyn as a Repub licanChairman Boeschenstein of the Dem ocratic State Committee in Illinois an nounced that the election of Gov Deneen who wins on the face of the returns by something like 24000 would be contested by the Hon Adlal E Stevenson Many errors are said to have been discovered in the returns In the Democratic primary in th Twelfth judicial district composed of the counties of Shelby Spencer Ander son Henry Oldham and Trimble hell Saturday Charles H Sandford of lien ry county defeated Judge Edwin H Davis of Shelby county for Common wealths Attorney by a majority ol nearly 1000- President Roosevelt is engaged in preparing his last regular message to Congress It is expected that his most earnest recommendations will be for amendments to the Sherman antitrust an increase in the powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission and n greater navy The tariff question it is believed he will leave for his successorA dispatch nays From a wellknown politician who was here today it is learned that there is strong probability of Senator James B Mc Creary being a candidate for the United States Senate to succeed Senator ThosI Paynter and the man who started Senator McCreary boom says that le is certain to be elected by the Legislature which meets in 1911 The Focus devoted to politics and society largely will make its appear in Louisville Saturday and be by Denny B Goode well known Louisville newspaper circles James Kellar will conduct the society end the paper Jack J McGrath and several other wellknown local writers will be connected with the paper It will be nonpartisan In politics At the beginning of the campaign Thomas R Marshall Governorelect of Indiana made the statement that he would accept no contributions in flnanc fits his political contest In spite of this letters containing money were fre received the total amount be about 3000 Mr Marshall has accepted none of this money and he is now engaged in returning the contri utions says a dispatch The following is the probable align ment of the Initial cabinet of William Howard Taft Secretary of State Elihu Root of New York Secretary the TreasuryGeorge Von Lengerke Meyer of Massachusetts Secretary WarLuke Wright of Tennessee Attorney GeneralFrank B Kellogg Minnesota Postmaster General rank H Hitchcock of Massachusetts Secretary of the NavyWilliam Loebf of New York Secretary of the nterior James Rudolph Garfieldof Ohio Secretary of AgricultureJames Wilson of Iowa Secretary of Com c merce and LaborOscar S Straus of New York a r James M Stapp has been appointed postmaster at Newby Madison coun ty Tho passage of the HartAgnew bill which has broken up racing in New York has caused James B Hoggin the- o New York millionaire who owns tb great Elmendorf Stock Farm in Fayotto and who has been for many years tho most liberal and persistent buyer of land in that county to now become a land seller instead of a buyer and a portion of his immediate holdings are for sale CHURCH MATTERS Tho two missionary societies of tbo Methodist church are having a week of oftendvices begin each day at 230 r u A district Sunday School Convention will be held at Crab Orchard on Nov organodell and Taylor of this place are down for talks on the program Hardwood now grows in only one spot west of tho Mississippi and there is no oak north of the Ohio Nearly onethird of all the thery are years MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No to KA A SI will uroe anau oclock In their hull on Main street Stanford Ky Members of slstor lodges are fra ternolltlnUt1 to ire present U ixfenny NOTICE 1 will droll hides for robes with hair on mareeIre Knsslln Ottnnhetm Ky Wrlto H K U Wayne burg No1 EczemalsCurabie ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops Itching instantly rand destroys the germs that cause sinn Enema uicklx yields and is permanently cured by flit remarkable medicine Dugglstl Write for ea pIe E W Rose Med Co SuLoulfltMo Pennys Drug Storo Notice of Application for Pardon Faulkner Kennedy who was convicted of manslaughter In thu circuit court ol Lincoln county nt the Noveinlwr term of said ask the Oovernorf or pardon and allwho notU theOoyeruor and state In witting any objection FAULKNER KKSNKDV Weak Women To weak and fling women there Is at leant cat treatmeneare Important both essential DrTsboops Night tin Is the Local Dr Bhoopf RestonUre the ConiUtotlonal The former Dr Shoops NightCure U topical mnoomoqemluanesuppattaytemrdJwhtleShoot Dr meat The Restontlra reaches throughout tha entire system seeking the repair of all curt alimentThe implies dove work while you sleep It soothes tore and Inflam ed mucous surfaces beats local weaknesses and discharges whUe the Restorative eases nerro excitement give renewed Ylror and builds np wasted tissues bringing about renewed strength Ehcops RectoraUTe mibleuorenLlnuldaSnPr Nal to the system Yorpeetuyeloa help UM as Dr tShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exto e TITLE CO Noleeacrea on the near Highland Sroom house tarnandoth propertyworth the price listNo 2 acres 3 miles South of Crab Or twostoryhouseed about 100 acres of this land Is tattoo land and produces line crops A bargain nt 1wJicaab balance In ono and two years No 8118 acres on Muck Greek near Way nesburg 4room house barn and other out buildings plenty of water Cash price J WINo ltd acres near Level Oreen Rock castle county Ky This farm has it new story frame Dues would cost to build now 2000 good barn crib dc located near church and school This Is a nice home and can bo bought for 10 per acre yt caab lore mnlndarinlz months No 61H3 acres adjoining the above farms UMacrtM Ineuttlvat Uwellingeroams good land and other outbuildings nice or chard Ono of the springs lu the coun ty lrlce Pool half balance and tyears No ftai acres adjoining farms NOl and tluaIwrcedar line 2stury log haw and good orch ard well watered Unsli price 3UX No 7tro acres near Mnrotsburg Ky 1W acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn mud necessary outbuildings nntl water nlld school church and It it station lrJce plJOO K cash balance lu one and two years NoII21t acres near Conway Ky nearly all of this farm Is bqttom land sue for corn dwullinghouwnewtarnmules from llerun Uollvgo Cash prlcu Jono IIIl1esfromruralThla atDe0No 1078 acres near Stanford In nice shape with all necessary bulldlngsetc yFororJllm FARM FOR SALE i TliHturiuof llOitcrvs of load blue grusI luau lyiiiK one nil to Muriu ui iciviuiivj OIl tau mmuurvl plan luipiuvvuimu uuu umclug guoat inwaiy 01 wutur uiui fruit Ales tu urea ui UiulMrml land uuu uino jiiuvul McKtnnejr hun uuUununiu phUL gtuweMuKinuuy ky Good Farm For Sale I frlllIIhnprovedon easy payments For further partluulitrs write to or cull on O T Jloliun Lubanuu Ky The Truth Every person in this city whoissu raring from Eczema Pimples Dan d direase can findretief and be permanent iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid to external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY MARILE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Battles Prors Dealers In And manufacturers of Granite t1ornyfcKlnnryKy Shop elated on Mnturtlny Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid fusionaf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Good Farm For Rent orchardrnor fdncres are In timothy iiiriwluw Tho lain Is In splendid condition Largo brick lionno of eight rooms and out houses Rood and numerous 1lonty of water Wrlto or call on James K lloldam Stanford Ky When Ordering Clothes leave your measure token by n tailor of ex rerlence Then your clothes whether n low eveninawhich plainly Indicate they were made to ureforaextra I trouwrs will ulio fancy vests top coats and ovurconu Fall and Winter sam pies on hand ready for your inipwllon II O IIUILKY TheTllllor INSURANCE rire Lightning WlndHtorm Ufa and looldent None bat tbe HTKONOKMT and 1KBT Companies Represented Lowest Pus dole Rates Guaranteed loss Paying Uec ITS Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 Adorinas FoxIsn handsome largo young Jersey Dull de wended from real unbroken line o the most noted hulls nnd cows on the Is land of Jor and America Ills unflOrttttaullllil hoIsome Ancestor and have a strictly gas settnumber of approved registered cows out nwcow to lie bred ItKIH A UTTKH Telephone 80 Mtnuford ky ItRe have to offer three extra choice Ilbull calves that will be sold nt right prices PUBLIC SALE of Farm Stock Crops and Kurming Implements fliPnenon THUIWDAY NOVIfIWI Beginning at 1100 x tho following described property One work milieu 6yearsold and good worsrm 40 head of cat weighing about or 800 pounds If not sold of sale two milk cows lot of hogs 76 head of nice sheepnboutan bales of machine McOormack self bidder I Lightning Hay Press Ito bar wagonharnulrow I cultivator corn shelter cutttnu fodder sled kitchen furniture btherthingstooaumer- oustoumottion Terms made known on day of sale NHIIItmoi Morelund Ky HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in the United States baro not heard of tbe CourierJournal Democratic in all things lair in all things clean In all things It Is essentially family paper Oj u special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY OOURIKROURNAL one ear and his paper for the price named Send your subscription for the coin bination to usnot to tee aourlarJoutaal- MNS 1RAre you aware of the fact that we keep everything a man wears Well we do and from the sole of his foot to the crown of his head andI4tand 500rt J 1 Hocker Bootees 5 Brogans 125 16O 2 and 250 per pair Socks Black Brown t and Fancy Mixtures in Cotton Lisle Wool i and Silk 5clto 150 a p- airUnderwearCotton fleeced and ribbed 50c Wrights woolll Wright or Coopers balbriggan Royal Silk Plush 150 the garment Union Suits 150 2 SHIRTS cotton work shirts 50cwool shirts 1150 and 2 Dress Shirts in plain or pleated bosoms and 150 GLOVES work gloves 50c calf gloves in lshort or gauntlet tops genuine buck 150 dress kid gloves 150 and 2 TIES of + t every conceivable style and color 25 50 andECOLLARS 10 and 15c ODD TROUS ERS 1 to 750 SUITS 5 to 25 HATS y Stetsons at 3fiO to 5 other makes loo to 350 TRUNKS Hand BagsSuit Cases Um brellas c Come and see him H J McROBBRTS l STANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium ijustonville rIInonow their lallltock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonyille v Our prices always conservative See our Tailored Gownsnow nnd pretty Wo have just introduced this lino Lndim SkirU our Fall line of Cloaks Ladies Misses anti Children you will find to bo money savers to you Shoe stock now complete Wo have handled the Sterling Shoo For years to our f 4 satisfaction and to tho trade Trya pair and bo convinced Every department is now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ex change CHAS WHEELER 1 HUSTONVILLE KY BeechNut Brand i eansOuco tried always used Money back if not satisfactory Also Beechnut GrapeJellythe best lino on tho GEORGE Ha FARRIS Save The Differences i j r By getting a 10 Per Gent CASH DIS COUNT on HARDWARE begin ning Nov 1st Lasting Jyu 10 Days Geo baHopper Stanford Kyf The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Nov 10 1908 NEW assortment of local view cards at Icnnya Drug Storo- PERSONALS postI MRS W S WARREN continues ill Miss DELL ROOT of Danville is with friends hero MRS W K WARNER visited her parI ents at Lancaster MR JOHN T LAND of Moreland ill with pneumonia j REV C HORTON of Fort Thomas was hero MRS EvcsterdayIquite sick hMn TIIOMAR HATCHER of Barren Is J his son Mr W A MIss VIROIB HANSELL UalcherI non la with Miss MR J II ALCORN guard at tho Lakeland Asylum is hero with friends MR MORRIS J HARRIS of Louis s vlllo was hero yesterday attending y court MRS GEORGE D WEAREN continue qulto sick but Is thought to bo sour better MIss SUSIE THOMPSON of Mt Vernon is with her sister Mrs L R Hughes MRS J R HARRIS who was opera atIas accounttDR L F JONES of London hl18 located at Maywood for tho practice of medicineMRS HUTCHISON of Dos ton Is with her relative Mrs Garland Singleton Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS left yesterday to visit relatives in Richmond and Millonburg k A GOOD picture of Congressman Harvey Helm of this placo appeared In k 10Fridays Enquirer MRS SAW SHIPMAN of Huston I vine is here under tho treatment ol Dr J C Carpenter MR AND MKS C C GILLESPIB will 4leave next week for a trip through Vir i s ginla prospecting Somerset JournuL Miss MARY HICGINS returned yeatnr day from a protracted viiit to her brother Rev A A Higgins at Glasgow MR HARRY G WINOATE candidate for Stato Senator was up from Boyl yesterday shaking hands with tho democrats Mn A J THOMPSON of tho Preach i eravlllo section was kicked on his left hand by a mule colt and his little finger broken MR WALTER WARREN and daughter Miss Emma Warren loft Saturday to visit relatives in Virginia and North Carolina MBSSRS LEE DUNLAP of Kansas City and H n hooker of Danville spent Friday with the family of Mr G ii Cooper MR CHAS H NORTH of Jackson vide Fla who Is visiting his parents in tho WoJt End paid this office a call yesterdayMiss NEWLAND and brother James Robert Newland of Stanford were weekend guests of Miss Cath crino Sampson Harrodaburg Demo 1 cratMR D U lUiino mino host of the Frith Hotel at Drodhoad paid this office a call Saturday Mr Rambo is an ex Lincoln county boy and is a son of Mr I and Mrs James Rambo of Maywood REV JOSEPH SEVERANCE wife and children of Frankfort Mr A 111 Severance wlfo and son of Corbin Mr Samuel W Severance of Louisville and Mr and Mrs Ernest Warren of Louisville attended tho burial ol Maria Warren here FridayiLOCALS ATTEND the rink Friday night GET Singletons prices on stoves IT only costs you 25c to post your tolandMoRn of that good candy just receiv ed at Farris BOYS suits in new patterns just received Cummins Wearen rARE you coming to the rink Friday 1 If so engage your skates early FOR SALETwo good meat hogs Will weigh 400 pounds each W Hurt Dudderar Rowland THE Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs John J McRoberts at 2 oclock Friday after noonJ T WILKINSON very delightfully tertained a number of his friends Fri ftIday evening The occasion being a party many nice delicacies were hadLIFE SENTENCE Rufus Taylor was given a life sentence by the Casey cir cuit court for killing Hnrlan Carmon r in May last The killing occurred in the Eastern part of tho county I J JOHN PURDOM bought of Hon B B King a lot in Moreland 100x150 feet for 200 and Is building a big warehouse on- It Dr M L Pipes bought of B P Shewmaker 4 of an acre In tho town limits for 200 r RINK Friday night WANTED eggs at 22c II B Northcott FOR RENTFourrooms in the res dehce I live In Mrs Dun Withers Stanford IDRICK residence Lancaster street Possession Dec 1 P T Nunnelley IITURKEYS good only fromNoi 10 to 20th Highest market price II B Northcott ITIIG Ladles Aid Society of the Pre byterian church will meet with Mrs W II Hlggins Friday afternoon at 2 oclock FOR SALE p sot of John Lords Deacon Lights of History En tlrely new havo never been opened This dice FROM Nov 15 to Jan 1 you can lawfully shoot quail pheasants and will turkeys That should bo time enough for you Mr Hunter A TEAM belonging D V Kennedy Co became uncontrolable while haul ling coal and ran down Lancaster streo- Saturday morning Littlo damage was done THERE will be n upper at the Nests Creek school house Saturda night next 14th Everybody invited Tho proceeds will go for a district II brary Tim Stanford Dance Club will give their Thanksgiving danco on Tucsda night Nov 2Uh Saxton Trost will furnish tho music Tho public cordial ly Invited JOHN D HORTON of tho East End lost two horses last week One drop ped dead and the other died from in juries received by being caught in a wire fence ATTENTION LS10per cent discount on every thing In hardwar beginning Nov 1st and lasting 10 days Now is your chance tosave the difference II Geo D Hopper SPARKS from L N engine set fire to and burned four big ricks of bay and nearly 1000 panels of fence on Mrs J B Owsloys farm in tho Eas End Saturday The loss is from BOO to 1000 DIG LEMoNMr G D McCollum proprietor of tho McCollum Hotel at Junction City has a lemon tree with eight largo lemons growing nicely Ono measures 13 inches in circumference and is not grown yet Tim water supply at Lancaster has been out off and what little water there is in the lake there will be saved for lighting fire should one occur The electric light plant and Lancaster steam laundry have been forced tc closedown OLD CIIAIRAt Hebron church a few Sundays ago Mrs Martha Arnold aged 81 sat during tho sermon in a chap which used to belong to her grandmoth cr Mrs Arnold was an Abraham and she makes her home with Mr and Mrs W T Tucker IN the county court yesterday the wills of Mrs Susan L Harris Mrs Mary C Gaddis and Joel Hubble were probated Tho former left her prop erty to her children Mrs Gaddis did tho same thing while Mr Ilubble loft his daughter Mrs Elizabeth Hutchison 100 and gave the remainder of his property to his son J M Rubble THE democratic county committee of Boyle will on tomorrow declare George W Coulter tho nominee for county judge R G Price for circuit clerk John B Nichols for county clerk and Henry Jackson for county attorney they having no opposition A primary- to nominate the rest of tho county offi cers will be held Saturday week 21st WITH exception of Mercer and Franklin counties Lincoln county has the worst court house In the State It is pleasing therefore to a long time real denter to noto that the proposition to spend 35000 in Improving tho building carried by a good majority For years the old shack has been In a dangerous condition and unfit for the habitation only of owls and bats Frankfort Jour nal A RICHMOND apartsays Three dozen candidates for county offices be Toro next Saturdays Democratic primary lined up and took a solemn oath to refrain from the use of whisky mon ey or other Illegal influence to gain votes in their respective races Not only so but tho prohibition extends to the candidates friends and prosecu Ions will follow the slightest violation of the sacred agreement WALLIN FOR ASSESSORMr W Dud Wollin of the East End announc es this Issue his candidacy for assessor of Lincoln county subject of course to the action of tho democratic party Mr Wallin is a hardworking true blue democrat and is well equipped tool the office he seeks He will appreciate greatly the support of any and all of his friends and promises if nominated and elected to fill the office of assessor creditably alike to himself and the dem ocratic party h TUB muchneeded has como at i i8t Glorious rain is failing lion SALGA tW power gas oliho engine This office FOR SALElu0 bushels of potatoes C L Hensley Klngsvllle Ky FOR SALETwo rolling top desks Will sell either or both at a bargain Jesse D Wearen SEE the splendid Webb wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wngoi- made SKATING finethese evenings and will be enjoyed by all who attend Doors open from 7 to 10 Friday night Come FOR liAMtridgo cottag on Portman Avenue or will rent by ttu month Until sold See or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky I HEREBY warn all peoplo not to hunt or trespass on my place Those ignoring this request will bo dealt with ac cording to law A R Matheny rTimE knobs In several sections of tho South End of the county are burning and tho fire is spreading dally A knobI near Doncyvillo has been on fire ror several days r LETS see Four years ago Lincoln county only went for Parker by 63 majority Tuesday Mr Bryan carriedI It by 170 Gov Willson also spoke there The Governor is the biggest as set now the Democrats have Frank fort Journal WHITE Francis tho fouryearold son of Mr and Mrs Joseph H White of Dallas Texas is dead of diphtheria Ho was an exceedingly handsome bright little fellow Mr White and family moved from Lincoln to Texas several years ago Mrs White is a daughter of Mr Josiah Bishop of Huatonvillo BRYAN and Kerns majority fir Lin coin county is 143 and Messrs J M Alverson of this office and Miller Hill son of Sheriff T J Hill will get the 10 offered by this paper for the person or persons guesatng their ma jority or nearest to it Each of these gentlemen guessed 113 and hence theyI will receive 5 each The result was obtained by adding the votes the elec Lore on the democratic ticket received and the votes received by the republican electors dividing each by 13 as there are 13 electors and deducting tho republican minority from the democratic majority For instance the democratic electors received 25713 votes and the republicans 23870 Divide the democratic vote by 13 and you have 1977 and a fraction Divide the republican vote by 13 and you havo 1831 and a fraction Deduct 1834 from 1977 and the result Is 143 U IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John W Sloan has bought tho Burn side waterworks Jack Watson is dead of cancer Casey Ho was 85 years old The wife of R N Beazlcy the tobacco man is death at Paint Lick Mrs Elizabeth Jane Moore aged 75- is dead near Poplar Hill Casey county The widow of Jude John S Van Winkle is dead at Danville at an ad vanced age Mrs C H Keeton wife of the casher of the Bank of Williamsburg is dead of apoplexy The St Marys foot balleloven defeat ed Central Universitys team 6 to 0 at Danville Saturday H A Richardson formerly of the Danville Advocate is now managing tho Taylor County Enquirer Ira Cox edn of Dr Cox of Chilton Casey county shot and killed a Negro by the name of Cunningham in self defense Tho trouble arose over an old luarrelMrs John Carter died at her home in upper Garrard after an illness of a implication of diseases aged about 30 years The burial took place Sunday afternoon R Jackson Hamblin jailer of Whitley ounty was seriously wounded by the accidental discharge of a pistol that ell from his pocket The bullet passed through his left shoulder Freight trains passing through Somerset on the Q C Monday and Tuesday bore banners with the inscription Vote for Bryan on them in big bold lack letters Somerset Journal Gov Willson fixed December 4 as the date for the hanging of Robert locker the Negro who shot and killed Newton Veal in Fayetto county a year ago This Is the first death warrant which has been signed by the Governor since ho has been in office Attorney William Roberts and Circuit Clerk R G Price have Inaugurat cd a movement looking to the location of W J Bryan in Danville The movement will be given statewide publicity and an effort will be ntadq to effect such a strong organization and offer tho peerless leader such a pressing in Ration that he will not hesitate to omo After ho is here tho purpose Is to run him for United States Senator so that he can weild his mighty influ ence in the halls of national legislation Every right thinking person should join heartily in tho movementAdvo cat A Handsome Premium Free Tho Christian Herald a weekly vlsito to many people In this locality is thl year giving free to every new and re nowlng subscriber a most attractiv gift which Is very appropriately called The Art Gallery Do Luxe II It con slats of six famous paintings euperbl reproduced in 14 colors aggregating 1000 square inches The artist catche tho glint of the sunbeams through orchard trees and makes them danco and gleam on canvas Dut how can we paint in mere words the beauty of these six exquisite pictures 7 A hand somer premium was never offered by any magazine Probably no comment is necessary concernlnlng The Christian Herald Tho Magazine that Fully Satisfies II as only the best in literature and art is presented and every one of its 62 is sues the whole year around sparkle with gems from cover to cover The Christian Herald contains 1200 lorg pages and 1000 illustrations yearly as much as any four II magazines The subscrip Jon price is 150 per year but every new subscriber who sends 150 to Tho Christian Herald 444 Bible House New York will re ceive The Christian Herald every week from dato of order until January 1 1910 and in addition the incomparabl Art Gallery De Luxe free You must act quickly as this splendid offer expires December 101908- MATRIMONIAL News comes that a McKinnoy boa and a Hubble belle will bo married today Names next Issue William Thomas Pitman a widower of 33 and Miss Cora Lee Turner 17 were made ono at G W Turners real dente Nat C Goodwin the comedian and Miss Edna Goodrich the wellknowr actress were married in Boston nt tho home of Mrs Goodwin the comedians motherHilton Stivers of Shelby county who was in jail on a charge of betrayal was married to Miss Ada Self aged 19 years of South Louisville who prefer red the charges es Gov Willson will have a house party at the mansion beginning November when he will have as his guests Justice John M Harlan and Dr Richard Har Ian Justice Harlans son and Mrs Harlan Several other guests will be there and it will be a sort of festive oc casion Justice Harlan Is coming to Kentucky to spend Thanksgiving with Gov Willson Now a big Chicago firm complains hat its girls will not stay single Well will they stay married A man in 0who fought for nine days in the Civil War has just been paid 495 for his services Dr Percy Benton will move from Brodhend to Mt Vernon to practice medicine 1Former State Treasurer Daniel Mc Michigan is dead at Grant RapidsBUILDING LOTS I have for snit eight nice building lots In Moruluml Ky They are level and situate near the depot Fur particulars see Aba Mbuka Alurvlnni K- yPUBLIC SALE I will sell nt public auction nt my horn on the Cemetery street In tho town of Urnl Orchard on BATUHUAY NOV 81 1908 nt oclock my entire lot ol Household and kltohiii furniture Includ- Ing upright piano as good us nuw cool move I lowing machine top and iarneaa sow and two p glllUllrolllultOI JUYbOllo wuIe plows and harness eb ckunellnd other OIIAH IIlT1I1 IrnbOrcbard M Reynolds Auctioneer Public Sale leaving decided to quit funning and goln lo bUllnell1 will on HATUUDAY NOV HTItlIolnUAIoC eell to the highest bidder the following de crlbod property towlti Two good milk owl aged family horse 12 hone wagon bucltboanls turning plows r double ahoy tar single plows some wagon ImrneM owe plow gear corn fodder 1 good JIo ormlek mower and hay fork 1 lot or good hors all kinds or useful snob ooli household and kitchen furniture O L AHIIIjBY Moreland Ky JI Goode Auctio- neerPUBLIC SALE I haying sold DIy farm i will on VKDNK8bAY NOV 81108 after at public outcry hiy personal property niicredltof months at 0 per cent with- ore and approved surety for all sums of sa lIud at Crab Orchard fhuu- kgCoolnceconaltlugof good rellnblu uncYgood cows milk all Win ter hens phaton buggy S sets single arms good iuorse plow double ahoy I1 log chain A harrow corn speller let blacksmith tools wheell nrrowl Hltup Ion Computing Hcalei platform counter calc oil tank suit of Ilx tall plush almost an good as 111 couch uiew II Curnlah organ fold Ing bed with full cotton iniiuivm l bat room set UCth Ueslgny an good us tew dresser and washstand 0 rockers fliat not center table a dining room hairs extension rwuf bracket t Iinc covered kitchen table kitchen cnlll let tnewil CloUIOllrtl toot powerehurn steel name 3burner 011 stove good heating eloVe lot of tame rare stoneware hollow ware picture rames derrick for butchers uso 3 steel HaleIleOrolk on pike between Cra Orohnrd and lUnford BJAKVIH Col J P Chandler Auctioneer This Should interestI YOU- By I being at the right place at the right time 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 the lOc kind as long as they last 7 i2c 300 yards Sideband 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 arid 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 + t+ ++++++ tttttttttttt + SEVERANCE6ASON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY i TRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY When You Are Ready to Select Your Suits Try A Heldman With A Pile Of Style I 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 mer it Nobby shades of brown and olive with stripes Every thing that is correct will be found in our assortment Prices 75O to 2OW E PerkinsCrab Orchard i IIThe Interior Journal t S ertdin Ou PottOffice Stanford a 1HItWlcl4u ntauer- J jnJILIIIUD TUBaDAXa AMD TRIDAT- 5700 PER YEAR CASt When not 10 pad 1100 writ be ChargeE i L tN TIME TABLE No IlHouth 1111 PM No S3 Houtti lisa r x No 14 North 435 A No S North 218 P x JOS S RICE Agent J BD CARTER NewLlverv Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Pot the arrest nnd conviction of any person trespassing upon my form day or night or doing injury to stock In traveling the pub fchlghwafsor Injury to hack from rerers tolands of Thll reward naitpresent nnd future 111110 otter a lpeC al W forptirtloulnri see me I nlto offer two ipeclal I of 130 nnd DltgeaettJOOarpenter A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building I will give a handsome Picture with each bill amounting to 5 or more G B Pruitt Moreland A Frltttii In Netd Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 0 I desire to sell privately my splendid flue Oran Farm of S 5 acres situated In the West End of Lincoln county one mile Kami lIe on Is1jtltanrord Jmnroved nnd ties nil necessary buildings Splendidly fenced and nn abundance of water totchoolinndchurohe ami especially convenient for traders shippers One of the liett stock farms In lIncoln county All of the land U product Jve and n machine be run over every foot of It About lOOacrcslncultlvntlonond the crop shows for Itself W ncrei ore prepared for wheat this Fall For further particulars uildress or call on L M OWENS McKlnney Ky Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur iture MattingsRugs They will exohange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Je Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY edtItkoae Jlomelll1onelI I 4 M I1IIiItin hno lfI- I Here and ThereITho Munfordvlllo carload of wheat vile I Two men and a child were kilted andI a third man waa fatally shot In a raid Blrmlng11rSix workmen were killed one was fatally injured in an explosion at tho Wisconsin Central roundhouse at SuoI pcrlor John WisIfarmer of Trimble county committed suicide by blowing his brains out witb a shot gun Bad health is assigned asI the cause Drouth has become serious in the northern tier of Kentucky countie Scarcely any rain has fallen in the past six months Water for drinking pur poses has become a commodity Only beasts of burden are being retained by the farmers A bottle of whisky was recently soldI for 30 at Ohakune N Z which is 40 miles from the nearest saloon Ono man bought two largo nips for 5 each and the remaining contents of the bot 4 tie were put up for auction and knocked down for 20 a Mrs Ada Henry Van Pelt formerly of Louisville now a resident of Los Angeles has invented a device to make the use of governing flywheels on steam engines unnecessary The device Is said to have been hailed by engineer as altogether practicable a While engaged in painting the Ohio Valley electric railway bridge across the Big Sandy river near Catlettsburg Jas Malcolm came in contact with a high tension wire carrying 12000 volts and was hurled to the water 06 feet below never knowing what struck him The suggestion that William Jennings Bryan be appointed to the position of Chancellor of the University of Nebraska made vacant by the retirement of Chancellor E Benjamin Andrews finds general favor It is not known if Mr Bryan would accept and it is said ho has hot been approached on the sub 2 jest The warehouses and the bottling department at the W L Samuels distil lery at Dcatavillc Nelson county were destroyed by fire The warehouses con tamed about 12000 barrels of whisky the property of the Star Distillery Co a of Cincinnati The loss is estimated at about 40000 and Is fully covered by insuranceAttracted by the remarkable achievements of Edmund Heller in his explora tons of strange and littleknown lands President Roosevelt has selected this 26yearold Riverside Cal youth from lists of hundreds of scientists and nat uralists of the nation who aspired to the place to accompany him into the wilds of Africa naxt March Mr Tafts informal utterance to tho effect that he expected to see Congress pass a postal savings bill adds interest I to the meeting this week in Washing ton of the National Monetary Commis lion to continue until the short session of Congress begins The commission has given special attention to the subject of postal savings banks in England and France Sure Thing Since Kate has took a college course Im viewin with alarm The way shes fixin everything Artistic on the farm The litter on the mantel shelf Is sech that I declare A feller has to walk on eggs To keep his feet up there There aint no parlor any more Its drawin room by cat No self respectin man would want A funeral in that The good old easy chair is gone The sofeys in the shed An mission stuff an art noovo Is doln us instead An though at all the homey things Kate keeps apokin fun They did look mighty glorified When Ma an me begun But generations come an go An when the next is riz Some gal of Kates will likely see How ugly this stuff isLlfe Wiiter blasts causing pneumonia leurlsy and consumption will 800n- bo here Cure your cough now and strengthen your lungs with Poleys lonoy and Tar Do not risk starting he winter with weak lungs when toleys Honey and Tar will cure the most obstinate coughs and colds and prevent serious results New Stan ord Drug Co p Instead of thrilling remarks on paw laws persimmons peas possums puddingity and practical pedagogy runes and pickles our content oraries now please impress on the ublic People and Patriotism that be- Ing pat pertinent appropri positivelyleaaurableSolnerset Mind Your Business I If you dont nobody will It is your uilness to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble If you take- Dr Kings New LUe Pills They keep lliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 23c at Pennys Drug- Store FARMERS DSPARTMSHT FOR SALE Five good steers Jo Baliou3tW A Tribble is selling considerable at 3 delivered- FOR SALEA fresh Jersey cow W Shanks Stanford This years yield of apples would fill 1511G6 freight cars with pies FOR SALE Registered Black Derk shire sow and six small shoats Gel- D Hopper B D Holtzclaw sold to Johnson of Boyle 49 export cattle at 5cThey will go Dec 1 There was another advance in tho wheat market at Chicago Saturday but offerings were light James Gastineau sold to a Mr Taylor of Merrimac his farm of 50 acres- In tho West End for 3200 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 COURT DAY There were about 200 cattle on the market here yesterday and every hoof was sold at from 2 to cents The trade was brisk all day E S Powell of the West End has field of corn that will average 15 barrels per acre Jesse P Riffe has in 70 acres that will yield 12 or more bar relsJ R Knox of Atoka Boyle county sold a 13months old jack to W T Robinson for 1000 H C Bright sold weanling colt by Ruskin to a Canada party for 250 Advocate Dan Elkin sold an Atlanta party one of his fine ponies at 175 and his fath er R L Elkin bought and shipped to parties in the same city a horse at 250 one at 400 and a pair of extra good horses at 1000 Lancaster Rec ordThe first sale of Equity tobacco took place at Lexington Thursday 150000 pounds being sold at from 16 to 19 cents All of the tobacco was antiequity and was purchased by the American Tobacco Company the price being from to 3 cents higher than last year Matt Cohen bought here yesterday the fine four year old mare by Rex Peavine which was dhown ct the fairs in this section by R L Walker for 800 She was owned by Dr lIocka dy of Madison Mr Cohen also bought combined gelding of Jesse Walter for 5200 Resolutions Passed by the Democratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Bo it resolved by the democratic ounty chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Casey and Garrard counties composing tho 18th Senatorial district of Ken lucky that a call be issued by the Dam cratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky fort mass convention to be held at the respective 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 selecting delegates from said counties to attend a district convention to be held at liberty Casey county Ky on the 19th lay of November 1908 at which Senatorial district convention there shall be democratIiedistrict of Kentucky- Be it further resolved That the basis of representation from the said several counties in said 18th district shall be as follows Ono delegate for each 200 votes cast for the democratic nominee for president in the lection of 1904 or fractional part of soid 200 votes nndIBe it further That in pursuance of said basis of representation that Lincoln county shall be entitled to nine delegates Casey county six delegates Boyle county ight delegates and Garrard county six delegates to attend said district con vention at Liberty Kyt as aforesaid and that all known democrats who have heretofore supported the democratic ticket aud all young men who have be come of age since the last regular dem ocratic election and who purpose to af filiate with the democratic party shall be eligible and are hereby invited to participate in said mass convention to bo held in said counties Be it further resolved That the delegates selected from the several counties to attend the Senatorial District Convention and who shall hold credentials as such signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the County Convention shall be prima facie env titled as delegates to organize and participate in the District Convention j F HOLDAM ChmnI CIIAS F MONTGOMERY Secy A K HAIRBALSAM lautt pvwtlk OnyxHdrI IwasIOI Jesse W Sweeney FBOPBIKTOB Livery Fwd and Sale Stalls Lancaster Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo have no agents Free CatalogueII HiLLKXMtmin t S0N9- Lexington K- yCONCRETING We are in position to do all kind of con creting such tu Work Pavements end In fact we CIIn milk n from n house down ton fence port Wo can eveyou promptly nnd gamntcu llntrlnti work and material Jail nnd get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky POSTEDWe whose name appear below itrlctly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree putting on our places and will prosecute v1 olaton to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper JIM Mary IVpples Mr Walter Warren Mr Mnttle W 1Hlm lOn llrot Tlniley Hpoonnmore J W Darter lien I Martin M F lawrence Heulien Curtlt J H llockvr J M ruttui T A lllee Morgan Obappell Atnandt iMbaefTer Oiren J U IlolUulnw OW lusty Mrs J F 1ulllnm 1L I rullUni Mrt Kathvrlne Ado- rafeserinzlon Ashley Ollnnnou laDle X Cath J Novln Carter O ah Hack Joseph llallou M U Mr Jot Jlulnet J HOnmeaUeli Mr J IlarpoJnltrI- ra Rebecca WI Martin A M Krye J HThompioti- ThomanKcrrlll JDI II Hklilnioro David Ilurton J It launch M C Richardson Joseph Krntt Mitt Mattle llewei llelebenlmch fro Fred VonQruenuan ItKnnlnei Albert Voudrueugan AT Traylor MlburnOoooh N11 Hummer Fred Haumann Itlchnrd Nester llenryyllesterytvIllfester W O Floyd J W Peck J l Jarvlt JWliaugTaman JElIrucehJOHprRU I8 UndvrwoodAHon DIn Mar OCIIrent John M Carter Martin Alcorn John i WinUordler lIan Tralnr M Klmore Mrt N HGoode O K Tale Unvld Hteveni Jobn Jufer 1LO Durham WO Rout OotllbOllot Fred llnmlorf Adeline Craig CUrlttlan Jacob J fhomplon M Anderson JPMoer MrandatnJnIIEndsAKIIinia Mrs N J Norton JJKIllott aIn leo Ix Rnn Mrs Mary llufmaun Wm Field W It Dougherty Frank Cordler- 1l v Kntti rlo Dr O O l orrj II W 01111111H II D llAugbmiin- Uriah Mrs MarRuret looeh Jacob ORIuIer lleo C Givens W H Trnylor Ham Itoberti John Jnf rAmend Habnefer M JHofmnnn J T JltallrA H Mntheny Mrs I H Garner Mrs J II nwtlty M J Morgan 111 Kngnley J M Ware Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway wo are obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great expense nnd risk of taking down louiing hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting wo offer 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 reservei for future delivery Wm Adams l8l Son 142 North BroodwayLexington Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST MY YO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TI LICAL MANliER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY RATIO fV rtioncountry Our Crosset 350 and 4 shoe in t It Patents Tans Gun Metals and Vicis are peaches for the swell dress for Winter In Water Proof and High Top Shoes Tans Black I have the best the market andICall and see my line before buying SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Tooth Brushes IT you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes Wes have all sizes and shapes war PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky 44c r Chase Sanborns Coffee Has No Equal Try It QOCODQOD W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky first Tfattonal tankStanford JtyO- ryanixtct 8S2 Capital Stack d50 000 Surplus and Undiuidfii Profits S9OOO r jffas paid In 2Mctoncts since Organization S2t 500 inane 9eu Jfceounli on Our 91erils OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice fresident John JMcRoberts Cashier II C Baugbman Asst Cashr WVSaunderiBoolcke DIRECTORS Ir Reid J H Baughraan- M D Elmore J M Peltus 511 Baughmao J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P11111 J S Hocker C E Tate filltIf you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Pur lest Drugs Call on me r W B McRoberts DRUG 01SI9- TANFOKD