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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL W VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1008 NO r 73 Bobbitt on the Bible Tho Blblo from blbllos means tho Book that lItho Book of books Bib comprehends tho Old and Now Test ment Tho Old Testament contains tho Item commands of a severe father the New Testament tho gentle and milder directions and persuasions of a friend and companion who partook of our na turo and temptations our mortal suf fcrlnRS But tho last was given not to destroy but to aqften and fulfill the formerThou shalt not kill Thou shalt not- llleal II and so on with tho wholo deca logue remain In as full force and effect t after the now dispensation as when they were thundered by God Almighty Himself from the lofty smoking sum r mit of Mount Sinai The commands of tho whole Bible from Genesis to Reve lations point out to man tho pathway It through life of flowery Holds of peaco and happiness and after securing to man hero below earthly happiness is a sure and direct passport to tho gate of tho Eternal City and the observ ance of those precepts will Insure him a happy and triumphant entrance there My object In writing these lines Is to Induce all tho little boys and girls and grown up people too to resolve to com mit a verse a day In tho Old and New Testament This will bo 730 a year and it will soon begin to tell While In tho Legislature of Kentucky In the ses sion of 188586 I resolved to commit a verso a day In each book By this slow and tedious process which grew to bo the greatest pleasure of tho day I went through Genesis which means beginning through Exodus which means going out tho children of Israel going out of Egypt into the land of Canaan Leviticus which has rofercnco to tho Levitts tho prlosU Numbers GOCOOO lighting men Deuteronomy the law of God The five books constitute tho Pentateuch tho five books of Moses In tho New Testament I went through Matthew Mark Luke John Acts Ro mans and so on to tho end of Revela tions This took 22 years I concluded the New Testament about two months ago and turned back and commenced Matthew again This time I can com mit as I run Now I want all tho lit tie boys and girls and grown up people to commence and do as I have done It will mako you better men and women and afford pleasure and furnish you with an inexhaustible reservoir of In formation through all the walks of life and obedience to those divine precepts will finally lead you to tho Elysan fields of a celestial homo eternal In theheav- ens not made with hands- FONTAtNE Fox BOBDITT A weeks educational revival such as have been held so successfully In anum ber of States is being arranged for Kentucky by State Superintendent J G Crabbe Six prominent educators front States and about 26 interested In the cause from this State will tako the stump In a whirlwind campaign which will begin Nov29 and wIndup Dec 8 This movo isjpart of the plan of tho Southern Educational Board headed by It C Ogden of New York for the awakening of the renowed Interest In the cause of education in tho Southern States It is oxpected that this will be tho biggest thing along educational lines over attempted in Kentucky The cost is estimated at about 1000 Seven Years of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings Now Discovery Is tho best medicine tQ tako for coughn and colds and for every dlioasoduondltlon of throat cheat or lungs II says WV honey of Panama Mo The world has had 33 years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery In tho beat remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis homo yrrhago of tho lungs and tho early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents tho development of pneumonia sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store OOo odd 81 Trial bottlo free Y A Mexico City dispatch says After an outlay of between 400000 and 000 in a vain endeavor to control the burning Dos Bocaa oil wells Pearson T Sons have decided to abandon the oil wells altogether Tho oil is flowing at the rate of 14000000 gallons a day Millions of dollars havo been lost as a result of the fire two men havo been suffocated by the gases and 60 soldiers used in fighting the fire and later to build an embankment to hold tho oil are in the hospital as a result of poisonous Vegetation for miles around hasgases been destroyed and many famlliesinthe- neighborhoddaro suffering from swollen r limbs t t Foloys Honey had Tar clears the ate passages stops the Irritation In the 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 tho system New Stanford Drug Co KINGSVILLE Tho Klngsvllle Tent of Maccabeoi will hold their regular meeting Saturday night Nov 14 Rev Elbert E Young clime homo Nov 2 to voto tho Prohibition ticket Mr Young is preaching for a circuit In Leo county Major D Smith has rented tho Harl hoteland took possession Nov 1 Ma jor proposes to give his customers tlia best that is going Give him a trial If you want a square meal Tho election Is over and Taft select od One of our merchants was aaked If thero wan an election here for president on Nov 3 He replied yes tho Re publican had one woro going to have ours next time II Tho railroad Is building a now water tank here Considerable work has been done on tho tunnel recently Dame Rumor Rays that tho company will build a sot of coal shutes hero before many moro moons wax and wane Dan Gooch Is building a new barn Tho drouth has boon quito severe hero Forest fires have dono consider ablo damage just west of here The good rain on Tuesday answered UK wishes and probably tho prayers of many suffering farmers Attorneys W S Burch and T J Hill attended court hero Saturday Squire- D R Adams presided A party from the Wnynesburg section was fined 25 and cost for breach of tho peace The case of Gooch vs Lee known as tho pig trial brought quito a number of women to the court room Leo was dismissedMr L Johnson continues very sick Ills daughter Miss Bella John son arrived Sunday from Hood River Oregon to be at tho bedside of her father Ed Rigney has been working as operator at Eubanks for tho put few weeks Walter Debord of Somer let representing The Cumberland Grocery Co was hero Friday and Saturday Judge Edwin Kemper and wife of Cincinnati stopped hero for a few days on their return home from a Southern viiit Ho owns some property near hero Dr and Mrs C M Thompson and daughter Miss Grace spent a few days In Cincinnati Mrs Thompson returned wjth a nice line of Fall and Win tor millinery Got her prices on stylish hatsThero is a revival In progress at the Methodist church Rev Haggard the pastor Is being assisted by Rev Elbert E Young Much enthusiasm is mani rested and tho night services especial ly are well attended Services begin at 630 and tho house is crowded before the hour arrives Dev Haggard has recently moved his family into the Methodist parsonage here Ho comes to us from Grant county Mrs Joe Jenkins died suddenly at her homo near here Saturday afternoon She was 38 years of age and was in ap parently good health Sho was prepar InK supper for the family when a sharp pain was felt In tho left side of her chest Sho started across the room and immediately began to sink Members of the family assisted her to a couch where she expired within 30 minutes Tho remains wore laid to rest Monday at 10 oclock with funeral ser vices at the Pleasant Point Baptist church Sho leaves a husband and eight children tho youngest of which is less than a year old Much sympathy is felt for tho bereaved family If you suffer from constipation and liver trouble toloys Orlno Laxative will euro you permanently by stimu lating tho digestive organs so they will not naturally Foloys Urine Laxative docs not gripe Is pleasant to take and you do not have to tako laxatives continually titter taking Orlno Now Stanford Drug Co HUSTONVILLE Tho children of tho Baptist Sunday school will give a candy pulling in the D S Carpenter flats this Friday afternoon from 3 to 10 oclock All are cordially invited Watched Fifteen years tFor fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salvo and It line never failedtocuro any sore boll ulcer of burn to which it was aj plied It has saved us many a doctor bill says AF Hardy of East Wil ton Maine 25c at Pennys Drug Storo If we believe all we hoar the Stand ard Oil Company hasnt a friend in the world and 86000000 enemies in this country Yet it manages to pay divi dends right along Philadelphia Record Moro than 25000 employes of the Pennsylvania railroad havo been in structed in first aid to tho Injured at tho companys expense It Is said that if you bait your trap with a baked potato you will have no trouble In luring the rat NEWS NOTES Clarence Cuthcrs of Bedford Ind was fined 53 for killing a rabbit befon the law was out U S Triplett u Bath county postmaster Is under arrest charged with illegally selling whisky Gen Samuel Chamberlain a veteran of tho Mexican Indian and Civil Wars died at Worcester Mass An inspection of the Kentucky State Guard and an examination of officer has been ordered to begin at onco Albert Daugherty of Evnnsvillc Ind died from Injuries received in a foot ball gamo at Henderson this State In a street car collision at Montgomery Ala two Negroes wore killed out right and four white persons were in jured Justice Calhoon of the Mississippi Supremo Court died suddenly of heart trouble at Jackson Ho was a native of Kentucky Judgo Gordon of the Hopkins judi cial district declared the local option election hold in Hopkins county in July last void The case will be appealed Charles W Morse was denied ball by the United States Circuit Court of Ap peal and ho will remain in the Tombs at least until December 3 when his application for a writ of certiorari comes up As a result of an alleged Incendiary fire destroying the drug store and office of Dr W B McClure at Sherburne ono man is under arrest another Is probably fatally stabbed and tho whole com munity is wrought up over the affair In a drunken frenzy Jacob Sikkema aged 32 shot his wife Cora twice at their homo at Grand Rapids Mich and then shot himself through the head causing instant death A slxwecksold baby in the room was unharmed Tho woman has slight chances to recover Initial steps for tho construction of another monster battleship for the American navy were taken when pro posals for its construction were opened at the Navy Department This will be known as battleship No 31 and already has been designated by the President toe called the Utah Richard J Pollard was arrested a St Louis participating In the riders raid at Hopkinsvillo last Spring on in formation furnished by Mrs Ella Love lace a rooming house keeper formerly of Hopkinsvillc She told the police that Pollard had confessed to playing part In the famous raid in which two men were killed and 200000 worth of property destroyed- In the Federal Court of Appeals at Chicago the petition of the Government for a rehearing of the case in which the Circuit Court of appeals reversed the trial court In fining the Standard Oil Company of Indiana 29240000 for al leged rebating was denied The Government will now attempt to bring the whole matter before the Supreme Court of the United States Charles Knowles with his neck wrenched and spine injured Nell Hill with his left leg broken and severe con fusions of the body Arthur Priestcr with his neck twisted his face cut and his body bruised members of the Hol lywood School foot ball team are all three In a serious condition in one ward of the California Hospital at Los An geles as a result of the gamo played with Pasadena High School Tho nomoney nowhisky call for a democratic primary in Trimble county which came off on the 7th was knocked Into a cocked hat Notwithstanding tho candidates were required to take an ironclad oath with hand on Bible and this oath applied to the relatives of candidates there was more drcnkenness than at any election since the first call of this kind It is now up to the county democratic committee to Investigate which tho lawabiding citizens are anx iously awaiting- E M Morgan postmaster of New York City was shot and seriously wounded In the abdomen by Eric Mack ey who committed suicide as soon as he saw his victim fall The postmasters life was saved by his 14yearold daughter who was with him and who knocked tho wouldbe assassins pistol aside Mackey left a letter in which ho said that powerful men had control of affairs and he had picked Morgan as tho man who had done the greatest In jury to him personally Mackov shot a man In Massachusetts several years aKa and was sent to an insane asylum from which ho escaped Hexamethylehetetramine The abovo U tho name of a German chemical which Is one of the many valuable Ingredients of Foloys Kid ney Remedy Uexamethylenetetramlno Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a urlo acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine Take Foloys Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice any Irregularities and avoid a serious malady New Stanford Drug Co A German physician says that the human body is subject to 1100 diseases LANCASTER Circuit court convenes Mondayweek Tho dockets both civil and criminal ore very light Thero isnt enough water in Lancas ter to make a good toddy or sufficient to conduct a Presbyterian babysprink lingMr J F Dickerson tho well known traveling man has bought of Mr Wm Sebastin the latters residence on Paul ding street price 2200 Lancaster friends extend deep sym pathy to Mr J It Harris In the loss of his estimable wife Mr Harris tits s born and reared In Lancaster Sam B Jennings who was sent to the penitentiary 14 months ago for kill ing Maco Miller has been paroled and returned home His many friends are glad to learn of this The Daughters of tho Confederacy met Monday and elected officers The localorganization is in splendid condi tion and the meetings prove both entertaining and instructive Miss Polly Traylor is conducting a large class in dancing in this city She Is very popular with our people her winning manners and many other charms making friends of all who meet herOld citizens say Garrard county never before experienced such a drouth as the one now causing so m ch trouble It IS estimated that not mre than a hun dred families escaped hyrjng to haul waterCandidates for nominations to be mado at the Democratic primary are working like Trojans and tho dear vot er is besieged on all hands The result will be close and friends of all are do ing some tall hustling After a brief shutdown by reason of lack of water the electric light plant resumed business Wednesday night Absence of the great convenience was very annoying and the people now appreciate the service more than ever The flour mills have also resumed busi nessTho meeting of the Womans Club to have been held this week was post poned until next Wednesday at the Presbyterian church The subject for discussion is Japans Phcnominal Success with Mrs W I Williams nnd Miss Margaret Mount as leaders and Miss Martha Gill as hostess Another meeting of the stockholders in the opera house project will be held at office of Garrard Bank Trust Co tomorrow Friday evening at 7 oclock when definite steps will be taken as to what will be done It now looks as though the proposition will be pushed to a successful end as those at head of the project realize the need of the house and are amply able to finance the Louise Shriver ofNebo and Katie Uemphill of Nicholas ville are guests of Miss Mary Arnold Mrs Joe Gray Reynolds of Chicago is the guest of her sister Mrs Nancy Brown Miss Nora Francis of Rich mond is visiting her sister Mrs Edna Francis Miss Nell Johnson is visiting In Monticello Mrs John Johnson and baby of Livingston are visiting rela tives here Mr Thurston West has ac cepted a position In Washington and left Monday for that city Mrs Wm Burnett and little daughter have re turned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Adams of Lexington is visiting her brother Hon R II Tomlinson Mr Jesse Walden and wife of Danville have been visiting Lancaster relatives Mrs Juliet Rogers has returned from- a trip to Cincinnati Misses Margaret and Joanne Mount were In Danville this week Miss Jessie Doty is visiting friends in Richmond As many have commented on failure of the former city council to go to the river when constructing the water works I beg to say that at that time such a move was absolutely impossible The law only allows certain size cities to assume a certain amount of indebt edness The construction of the present system with the lake took every available cent To have gone beyond this sum would have invalidated tho bonds and of course they would havo round no buyer Now that a big lump of this indebtedness has been paid it Is possible to run a fourinch main to tho river and by placing an engine there water could be forced into the filter at present plant and the town supplied with good water all summer The lakes all right in winter and spring for drinking and stock water but in midsummer is not what It should be When it is remembered that this Is the worst drouth in history and the lake held out until some 10 days ago it is proof con elusive that action of the council build ing it was both wise and timely We understand the present council will soon take up the question for considering the plan of running a pipe to the river Formal application to the State authorities has been made for permission to install the first monorail railroad in the country from Pelhatn Pack to City shad N Y three miles Thanksgivingt I a t ri will be here with its usual RAIN and SNOW and you will need that new SUIT that you have been intending to buy Our Hart Schaffner t Marx all woolline 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 STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS J B Owale Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John yB Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and SouthastrTickets Good ReUraiatf Wall Nay 31st 1969 Write for rate and folder II 17 SLING cPA 101 L KU St UzlKUa Kr 1ra s f r v JournalrrEo C WALTON H G WING TE of Boyle It n candidate for State Honntoiu nubject to the conventions called for No 17 and 19 WL MCARTY counIparty M S BAUGHMANJ Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count y subject to the action of the democratic i party 1 JOHN J MOSER JlemocrntlcJM BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer ot Democratabject to the action of the v party JAMES C HAY I a candidate tor Jailer of Democratsubject to the action of the party DINK FARMER ti a candidate for the Democratic nomIna tlon for jailer of Lincoln county subject to partyIIi a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratlo partY J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Ass sor of Lincoln coun i ty subject to tboactlon of tbe democratic I party J A DUDDERAR is a candidate for atseuor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party W D WALLIN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party e Tim killing of ExSenator Edward Ward Carmack at Nashville by Robin Cooper a young attorney of that city h deplored not only in Tennessee but all over the country For many years Senator Carmack had been a prominent figure in politics and journalism and it is indeed a pity that such an able fear less clean man should have been shot down in the very prime of life Mr Carmacks strictures in the Tennessean was more than Col Duncan B Cooper J father of Robin Cooper could stand and when Carmack and the Coopers met a t duel which cost Carmack his life fol lowed The dead man shot young Coop er twice but his wounds are not regard ed as serious Col Cooper was armed but did not use his weapon Senator Carmack and the elder Cooper had been friends for years and Senator Carmacks first newspaper work was done on a pa per owned by him A coolness between the two began however in the famous race for United States Senator between Senator Carmack and Robert L Taylor when Mr Cooper championed Mr Tay lors cause He was also a warm sup porter of Gov Patterson in his race against Mr Carmack in which the lat ter was defeated Some six months ago Senator Carmack became editor of the Nashville Tennessean and since has frequently ridiculed Col Cooper in its editorial columns THERE is one mill that the result of the election will close downthe divorce mill in South Dakota Amend ments were carried which require a residence of one year in order to make one a legal resident of the State and elIigible to apply to the courts for release from matrimonial bonds Hitherto on ly six months residence was neces sary Another provision requires that all divorce cases shall be heard at a regular term of the court This will wipe out the practice of hearing divorce cases in chambers during court terms The secrecy which has enabled applicants to secure divorces without the generalpublic becoming aware of the fact brought the law into disfavor The new law goes into effect December 1 THE government printing office at Washington was a busy place during the campaign It turned out for the republican and democratic parties 7 418700 copies of speeches delivered in Congress surpassing all previous records by 3000000 copies The total weight of campaign speeches printed since the beginning of the Sixtieth Con gress exceed 400000 pounds or about 14 car loads The printed sheets would completely cover 45 square acres of ground and if each page could be laid sad to end a bicycle k 747 miles long could be obtained SENATORELECT W O BRADLEY Congressmen John W Langley J B Bennett and D C Edwards and Postmaster Frank Fisher have formed a combination to control Federal patron age in Kentucky Senator Bradloy will of course be the most influential of the group but all have agreed to stand to gether and applicants without their indorsement will stand little chance of getting any of the pie TIlE Supremo Court of the United States handed down a decision uphold lag the Kentucky statute requiring the separation of the races at schools Jus tices and Day dissented The decision was in the suit brought Be rea College and is a most gratifying one to the people of Kentucky arwr we saa JdYk + er tII IN the next Congress Kentucky Dem ocrata will occupy a prominent t position in the House Both Representatives Ollie M James of the First district and Swager Sherlcy of the Fifth wore reelected for a fourth term Both have become conspicuous in the House Representative Den Johnson of the Fourth district and lion Harvey Helm of this district were reelected and are regarded as among the ablest men on the Democratic side In his leadership of the minority the chances are that Mr Clark will receive as much assistance from the Kentucky delegation as he will from Democrats from any other State His country cousins the newspaper men of Kentucky sympathize with with Hon Henry Wattorson editor of the CourierJournal in the tragic death of his son Harvey Watterson in New York MIDDLEBURG Most of the cormin this vicinity has been cribbed and the crop is better than was at first thought The republicans tried to celebrate their great victory by shooting anvils but they didnt seem to understand It and didnt do much good The scarlet fever epidemic has about run its course here Sam Jones was the last one to take it and he is now able to go to see his sweetheart Suits have been instituted against a number of persons in this vicinity for failure to work on the roads and the cases will be tried at Yosemite on the 18thThose who heard the trial of Rufus Taylor for the killing of Harlan Car man think a life sentence was rather too severe considering the testimony given in the case Forest fires have been raging in many parts of the county for a week or more doing incalculable damage to fencing timber etc However the rain Tues day morning put an end to it for which we should be thankful James Fogle has a pet possum he is fattening for a feast ho is going to give his friends and neighbors in a few weeks Mr Fogle is quite fond of possum and says they are much better when put up and fattened This town used to be noted for its fat men but Yosemite seems to be in the lead in that line now That town has five 200pounders viz W T Royalty Q R Jones John Coulter C R Car son and J T Short besides others who are somewhat similarly avoirdupoised For instance there is Sam Lyon Joe Elliott Dr M 0 Sallee and J W Carson who are not to be grinned at The bird law will expire next Sunday Then it will be lawful to kill quail until Jan 1st though perchanco many of our local sportsmen have already had quail on toast Several of our farmers have posted their lands and will not allow hunting on them as heretofore So hunters especially those from a dis tance will do well to get permission before going on the premises of anoth er to hunt POLITICAL Tammany was first organized in Phil adelphiaR Dyche of London has with drawn from the race for the republican nomination for Commonwealths Attor ney The Atlanta Constitution says that Hisgen only got S3 votes in the entire State of Georgia Evidently the Georgians take no stock in Hearst and his Independence party Tom Shaw one of the bestknown bookmakers in the country who was on tie New York tracks all season and was arrested on several occasions says that his exact losses on the defeat of Chanler were 29800- Representative Clayton chairman of the Democratic caucus of the House willcall a meeting to be held just prior to the opening of Congress for the purpose of choosing a successor to John sharp Williams as leader of the minority Champ Clark will be chosen A prominent young man of Owens wro made a wager of 500 that Taft would not receive the majority of the votes cast in Owensboro The day preceding the election this young man in company with a democratic friend went to Louisville on a pleasure trip They decided to remain in the Falls City and not come home to vote for Bryan The result was that Taft car ried Owensboro by a majority of two votes The official count shows that Taft received 1640 and Bryan 1638 CHURCH MATTERS China has asked six prominent mis ionaries there to accept chairs in its universities and teach Christianity- Dr David D Thompson editor of the Northwestern Christian Advocate was killed in an automobile accident at Chi cagoRev T W Barkers subject at the Methodist church Sunday morning will be The Progress of Christianity in America Special program at night conducted by the women of the church There will be a Sunday School Convention at Highland Saturday Nov 28 at 1030 A M for the purpose of organizing a magisterial district Revs andoll and Barker will be on hand A similar convention will be held at attendI r i JC H IIMike Rodgers sold some light hogs t Wm Lawson at 435- EldMontgomery will fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday Sam and Jim Harris sold a bunch of 75pound shoals to Wm Burton at Sic H C Walter sold some heavy hogs to Wm Lawson at Be Quito a lot of hay has been sold In this community in the last 10 days at 960 and 10 a ton Mrs E B Miller has returned to her hbmo at Indianapolis after a three weeks visit here with friends and rela tives Clay Miller has moved to Goo C Givens farm- J Lee Murphy of McKinney and Miss Mamie Underwood of Hcdgeville and Harve McBeath and Miss Emma Jones both of Hcdgoville were all made two in matrimony at the home of Mrs Mailssa Underwood by Rev F M Tinder Tuesday morning at 9 oclock Both of the happy couples left at once fora trip to Knoxville Everybody Buccessland PARKER HAIR BALSAM I eteanen4 JwaUfiM th br OraylllatrCum Mlp dhnwll oIUI J0cuxlin t MASONSMVIEET Lincoln Lodge No Ft A M will andIn stalixl communication on ench lintthird Monday nights of each niontb at T30 oclock In their hall on Main street Stanford Ky Memlwr of sister lodges ore Ira PennywMTW aNOTICEaaa I will dress hides for rules with hair on and will tan hides for leather on shares Will alto market lor hides Ohar lesKnsillnOttenhelm Ky Write II K U Waynesburg No- 1Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation tot external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema C 1c1dy and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam ple E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug St- oreCONCRETING We are osltiontodoallklnda of con crating such as Illock Work Pavements and In fact wo can make any thing from a house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee firstclans prlcelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky IEXPERIENCE I ITRADE Anyone sending asketebanddecalpttenmarQ- uickly aacenaln our oplntnn rra wbetbr so Invention problbl tah mmunle- alionutrletlyronedtttWUae on latent raotkRwithoutchineWtheIra Scientific Atncrican Ahandsomely I11ntralMweekly Lamest cit- cu anon any erientllln nruaL Term U PatfnurmonthsL aodbyailnendetlra YorkbraucttUmce155 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange 8c TlrJE co Noltt acres on the Waynesburg pike near HlnhlunUfirooni house barn audoth proper tyisnearchurchandschoolhouse Is well worth the 1t No 215 acres 2 miles South of Grab Or chard on the has a twostory house good born orchard anti is well waterI ed about 100 acres of this land Is bottom- land and produces line crops A bargain at 11600 i4 cash balance In one and two years No 3118 acres on Duck Greek near Way nesburg 4rooni house barn and other outbuildings plenty of water Cash price V tI08 acres near Level Green Hock castle county Ky This farm has a new story frame house would cost to build now rlw9 good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nice home and can be bought for HO per acre K cash re malnder In 15 months No 61113 acres adjoining tbe above farms 100 acre In of rooms chardtOneofthetwitsprIng4inthecoun 1 5Sit acres adjoining farms NOl and 6 100 acres In cultivation balance In tim ber Qobd white oak hickory and some line cedar Has 2story log hose and good orch ard woU watered Cash price KOO- 7 SSOucres near Maretsburg KylrO acres in cultivation good dwelling bouse barn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school church mid It U station Price p1WIScash balance In one and two years No8 ZH acres near Con way Ky nearly allot this farm Is bottom land lino for corn and meadow dwelling hou unew burn and other buildings on county road miles trolll Ilena Oollego lash price I toNo5Glaeres on Drokes Creek miles front Oral Orclllrd This arm adoln the pike and II a part of tlmGeo Kvniis Juan This Is lute land mud In good condition all necessary buildings This Is u bargain at toper aero No IoTtf acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with necessary bulldlngcto can be bought worth tile money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write Ii II Hughes or Joints I White Hlanford Ky BUILDING LOTS II have for sale night nice building lots In Moreland Ky They are level and situate near the For particulars see Acre M1nklaforelandKy Good Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my SOOacrn fanra K miles Houtheast of Hustonvlllo It Is all Impro1ldon easy payments For further particulars write to or on O T Jlolion Lebanon FARM FOR SALE I grasslandthe tanlort pike Improvement and fencing good plenty water and fruit Also acres of tlnitxrrd land one mill Kast ot MoKlnnoy half under fmicu plent HCClltroInsMcKlmiuy Ky The Truth Every person in iiils city who is suf feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dls case can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fob external use All durggists tell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE Itching Skin Diseases Ate readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf 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 I deslru lev rent for 1100 my farm of HO acres In the town limits of Ural Orchard 40 or Nacres an In timothy meadow The land II In splendid condition Large brick house of eight rooms and out houes good and numerous Plenty of water Write or call on James F lloldam Htanford Ky When Ordering Clothes Slave your measure taken by a tailor of experience your clothes whetbera low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure wilt also take your meas tire for extra trouvrrs fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fall and Winter sam pies on hand ready for your Inspection 110 UUlLKY The Tailor Htanford S- tyINSURANCE lire Lightning Wind Htorm Life and incident None but the HTllONQKHT and 9KHT Companies Represented Lowest Pos able hates Ounrantead Lou Paying lice nil Unequalled Talk with UAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No Adorinas FoxIs a handsome large young Jerrey null de scended from u and unbroken line of thu most noted bins and cows on the land of Jersey England and America Ills sin Is one of bulls ever Imported and his dens Is a show cow that bas given e- 6oundsofrichmilklnoneday If you lx hove Idke helllti Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a strictly goal cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice lie will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a fee of Pencil Make encashment before ending cow to be bred UKIJi AOTTKIt KyNbull calves that will be sold at right prices RheumatismI Snatfual Not a remedy that will straighten the distorted Mull of chronic cripples nor turn boor rrowths back to flesh anln Is Impoulbla hut J too now surely kUJ the pIIa and pangs of Ibis dt loraWe disease In Oermanywth a Chemist In the Qty DafflllW1tI found the last ingredient with which Dr whoops Ilheuiatlo Remedy was made t perfected dependable prescription Without thatUitlntrtdlsnt1 snecMirallr manr man cases ot Rheumatism i but now at last U sent formlycurs sU enable eases of this heretofore much dreaded disease Those sandUxa granular wastes found In RhumateBlcod seem todlisolr and peas away under the action of this runedr as freely as does ausa when added to put water And then whsodlssolred the poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and the tams of cowwlnorealout help WtaeU and in ceoadenc Dr Sheeps Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STO- REHENRY u WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United Svates lavo not beard of tbe Oourler Journal Democratic la all things fair In all things clean In all things It is essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY COtJIUERODRNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the com nation to usnet tc the CourierJournal c MNS 1RAre you aware of the fact that we keep everything a man wears Well we do and from thesole of his foot to the crown of his head Shoes WalkOver and Manss 350 4 and 500 Hocker Bootees 5 Brogans 125 150j2 and 250 per pair Socks Black and Fancy Mixtures in Cotton Lisle Wool and Silk 5c to 150 a pairIJi UnderwearCot- ton fleeced and ribbed 50c Wrights wool Wright or Coopers balbriggan Royal Silk Plush 150 the garment Union Suits 150 2 SHIRTS cotton work shirts 50cwool shirts 1150 and2s Dress Shirts in plain or pleated bosoms and 150 GLOVES work gloves 50c calf gloves in short or gauntlet tops genuine buck 150 dress kid gloves 150 and 2 TIES of every conceivable style and color 25 50 and 1 COLLARS 10 and 15c ODD TROUS tStetsons350 TRUNKS Hand BagsSuit Cases Um brellas c Come and see him H J McROBRRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium ijustonville Have now their Fall stock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonville Our prices always conservative Seo our Tailored Gowns new and pretty Wo hnvo just introduced this line Ladies Skirt our Fall line of Cloak Ladies Mince nnd Children you will find to bo money avers to you Shoo stock now complete We have handled the Sterling Shoo for years to our satisfaction and to the trade Try n pair and be convinced Every depart mcnt is now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ox a change CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY BeechNut Bred t neansOnce tried always used Money back if not satisfactory Also Bccchmi t GrolOJellytho best lino on the marketGEORGE HARRIS Save The Difference- By getting a 10 Per Cent CASH DIS COUNT on HARDWARE begin ning Nov 1st Lasting 10 Days Geo D5 Hopper Stanford Ky 1N t J ti The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Nov 13 19081J 1NEw assortment of local view cards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR MARK HARDIU Is quite sick MR II D AUWIIKJB continues quite sick SAM RAINES of Casey Is with C E JoeGentry t MR KINDRICK ALCORN continues to ImproveiHAMPTON went to Livingston fSb yesterday fa Miss SALLIE DUDDERAR spent several fday In Louisville GOLDSTEIN was In Louisville this week buying DR CLIFTON goodsIC lives in Madison T lioN W J PRICE of Danvlllo paid 1 this ofllco a call Wednesday Miss ROIIKRTA FADS is visiting her sister at Mill Springs Wayno county Mns JAMES MBRSIION of Lebanon p Junction mturncd homo Wednesday V Mn WHIT F LEE of Somerset was hero this week mingling with old friends MRS S C HARDIN of London Is tho guest of Mesdames G D and J D Wearen L WEAREN HUGHES will go to Lebanon Sunday to visit Charlie Oohon and hunt quail MR J C LYNN attended tho sale of the McGrathlana farm In Fayette county Tuesday Mn DAVID RANKiN of Wayne coun ty was hero this week with his numerous relatives MR A W DILUON and wife of Crab Orchard ore with Mr Ed Wllk Inson and family lION JAMES D BLACK of Barbour vllle was a passenger on yesterday Southbound train Miss LUCILE COLLINS of Richmond was tho guest for a short whllo Tues 4dayof Miss Sara Dunn DR J II DURHAM of Bryantsville came over yesterday to see Mr H D r Aldrldge who Is sick MR JOHN OWSLEY REID tho young banker of Stanford was hero to wit ness the basket ball game Advocate Miss ANNIE HALL returned to Liv ingston with Mrs Goo W Martin who has been visiting relatives at How landMR ANn Mns E P NORMAN and Mrs Fannie Johnson of Walton spent the past week with Mr and Mrs Thur r low Jones REV J W HAGIN and family came over to attend the burial of Mrs J Randolph Harris who was a sister of Mrs Hagin- MR JOHN N MENEFEE Is moving to his homo on Seminary hill Mr J C Eubanks will movo his family to tho Mcncfco homo In a tow days Miss MARY MCRODERTS started to Cincinnati yesterday morning but a wreck on the Q C made her change hor program and she returned homo on the 1230 train LOCALS RINK tonight Attend GET Singletons prices on stoves IT only costs you 25c to post your land A aooo rain fell Tuesday and Tues day night GENUINE Virginia saddles in stock J C McClary MORE of that good candy just receiv ed at Farris BETTER your for the rink now theyre going fast BoYs suits In new patterns Just received Cummins Wcaren DONT forget the rink will bo open this Friday evening Doors open at 7 oclock FOR SALETwo good meat hogs Will weigh 400 pounds each W Hurt Dudderar Rowland i THERES money in tobacco James N Cash brought in two loadsor tho weed Wednesday afternoon and town back with him a check for 1070 I HAVE engaged tho services of a first class tailor who will do all kinds of repairing and cleaning Ladles skirts a specialty EdWllklnson ABSOLUTELY nothing has been done in circuit court notwithstanding more than half of the threeweeks term is over This term will go down In history as the dullest ever IN tho Evening Post contest for this week a special premium of double votes is given on all subscriptions Miss Mln nlo Sine would appreciate tho subscrip rlona her friends would give her this week in order to swell her number of votes and aid her in winning a piano MR W J RANKIN who recently moved here from Harrodaburg has bought an Interest in Mr R B Ma honys insurance business and is out a good deal of his time looking for work in the insuranco line Tho advertise ment of this energetic firm will appear next issue BOYS take your girls to tho rink to nightIWANTED fresh eggs at 22c H U Northcott FOR RENT Four rooms In the rest ItStaBRICK residence on Lancaster street for rent Possession Dec 1 P P Nunnelley raTURKEYS good stock only from Nov 10 to 20th Highest market price HI B Northcott JAMES E BUCK formerly of thisI place has been appointed postmaster at Gilberts CreekIFOR SALEComplette of John Lords Beacon Lights of History En tlrely new have never been opened This office ATTENTION FARMERS 10 per cent discount on every thing In hardware beginning Nov lit and lasting 10 days Now is your chanco to save the differ ence Ceo D Hopper THE AidSociety and Chris tian Endeavor Society of the Christian newspapellliyou can spare They want to get a car loadand sell It and have rented the lit tie storeroom of Mr Cicero Reynolds on Depot Street opposite Myers livery stable to storo It in AT a meeting at courthouse Mon day called by tho executive committee of the Antl Saloon League magisterial districts were organized with the following officers Hustonville G L Carpenter chairman C W Adams secretary Crab Orchard J F Holtz claw chairman J C McWhorter sec retary Waynesburg C M Young chairman G A Walter secretary Stanford J C McClary chairman J B Sartin secretary Eld Joseph Hal lou was elected treasurer of tho county Tho meeting then adjourned to meet at call of the president J B Sartin secretary NEALS CREEK This community was more than rejoiced over tho good rain that fell Tuesday morning Rev Bar ker filled his appointment at this place Sunday and delivered an interesting sermon Mrs Amanda Rltchy and niece Miss Kirkpatrick of Illinois aro visiting Mrs James Kirkpatrick The little son of Mrs Jeff Belden is very ill at Mrs J T Mundys Mr W F Lee of Somerset passed through this community Tuesday Mr J T Mundy has secured a position in Louisville Our teacher Miss Dcaslo Harrington was called to her homo Thursday to tho bedside of her uncle E W Terry has secured a position with the telephone company SAM W SEVERANCE of this city ed itor of tho Market Growers Journal returned to Louisvlllo from Cleveland 0 where ho was Instrumental In organiz ing the Grccnhouio Vegetable Growers and Market Gardeners Association Tho concern was organized with a large charter membership and promises to become ono of the largest organizations of its kind in the country In recogni tion of his services in bringing about tho organization of the association Mr Severance was paid tho honor of becom ing tho first Secretary of the club Vegetable growers from all over the country were present at tho gathering and tho new organization begins its Career with flattering prospects Louis ville heral- dIIAnnsAfter n long illness Mrs J Randolph Harris breathed her last at tho homo of her parents Mr and Mrs John F Cash Tuesday evening The end came peacefully and jut as tho shades of night were coming on the spirit of tho young wife and mother returned to the God Who gave it Deceased is survived by her husband and little daughter her parents two sisters and a brother and for them unbounded sympathy is felt May they bo given strength to bear their great burden and soon be made to fully realize that their loss is her eternal gain Mrs Harris was fully prepared to meet her maker having many years ago put her trust in Him Who reigns abovo and since had lived devoted Christian life Sho was married 10 years ago to Mr J Ran dolph Harris of Lancaster and their union had proven a most hrppy one It was blessed by the arrival of a little daughter who was christened Kather- Ine and who has been tho source of great happiness and comfort to them How sad it Is to think that tho little thing will never fully know a mothers lovo and tender care But Ho moves in a mysterious way and will make pro vision for tho motherless Mrs Harris frequently talked of dying and admon ished those who were at her bedside to so live as to meet her on tho other shore where parting is no moro and joy is eternal A largo concourses of friends gathered at the Cash tome yesterday morning at 10 oclock and heard Rev H C Garrison of Danville preach a most excellent funeral ser monoTho burial followed in Buffalo cemetery and the mound that marks the resting placo of the loving wlfo and tender mother was hidden by beautiful lowers brought by those who knew her and loved her FOR SALB A twohorso power gas pltne engine This office FOR SALEtoo bushels of potatoes- C L Hcnsley Klngsvillc Ky ATTEND the rink tonight and enjoy thrcoJiours of fine skating It will you FOR SALE Two ng top desks Will sell either or both at a bargain Jesse D Wearen SEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wagon made FOR SALES H Aldridgo cottage on Portman Avenud or will rent by the month until sold See or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky OVER 20 new subscribers have been received at this office in the last week We thought everybody was taking the I J but it seems that thero are a few who do not BAD NEWS FOR TEACHERS County Superintendent Garland Singleton tells us that he will not be ablo to make tho county teachers their second payment tomorrow as ho had hoped State Su perintendent Crabbo writes that the sheriffs aro slow paying in money and ho will havo to wait until tho treasury fills up a little before ho can mako a disbursement THERE Is talk of an extra train being put on this division to run between Louisville and Richmond In tho event li is a go wo aro told it will leave Louis villa at 7 A M and pass here about 11 Returning it will pass here about 130 r M If the new train is put on Nos 22 and 23 which now do the local work will bo made through trains and will stop only at county seats To MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS Ow ing to the growth of my insurance bus mess it became necessary to seek the assistance of a partner and I am pleas ed to bo able to state that I have found ono In the person of Mr W J Rankin of our town and county Mr Rankin la a most conscientious and painstaking man and ono in whom tho insuring public can rely We expect to engage even more extensively in the Insurance bus Incas and to add to it that of real estate Thanking you for tho favors of tho past and soliciting a reasonable pore tion of your patronage in the future I am yours very gratefully R B Ma bony Here and There Rev Dr A II Harding was elected bishop of tho Episcopal diocese of Washington D C Rear Admiral James M Miller Governor of tho United States Naval Home in Philadelphia is dead The 38th annual reunion of tho Society of tho Army of Tennessee began Wednesday in St Louis President Roosevelt has issued invi tations for a notable labor legislation dinner to be held at the White House Nov 17- Assurances wero received at Augusta Ga that Presidentelect Tart will arrive there Dec 15 for a couple of months stay Only 10 jurors have been selected in tho case of Ray Lumpers charged with the murder of the Guinness family at at Laporte Ind Three suits brought in the Federal Court at Paducah against alleged night riders on account of the Birmingham raid have been compromised The contract for the erection for a new building of the Odd Fellows Or phan Home at Lexington was let Wed nesday It is to cost 55000 A violent break in prices of stocks of tho Harriman Pacific railroads caused a feverish and excited tone in tho New York stock market Wednesday Nino men lost their lives in tho col lision of two Union Pacific freight trains at Boric Wyo and in a fire which broke out in the wreckage A mortgage deed for 70000 was placed on record in Honolulu by former Queen LiliuokalanI the deed being executed in favor of Claus Spreckels and W G Irwin A Western preacher has written an open letter to William J Bryan urging tho Nebraskan to become an evangelist and predicting that ho would become an equal of the Apostle Paul Harvey Watterson was killed by ac cldentally falling from a window of his law ofllco on the 19th floor of building In Wall street New York He was a son of Henry Watterson editor of the people from all over Tennessee attended the funeral of former Senator E W Carmack at Colum biB The number of floral offerings probably was the largest ever seen at a funeral in Tennessee and thero was marked manifestation of popular grief After simple services at tho Methodist church the body was burled with Ma sonic honors Young man its for you to sow your wild oatsT Not absolutely sir but I think wo will nil feel better when I get tho thing off my mind LifeIIn Pulaski a youth named Yandors accidentally shot John Todd aged 14 who died a few hours later IK NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The papers say there are 35 cases of smallpox in Lawrenceburg Miss Martha Cain the 17yearold daughter of Mrs G W Cain is dead atSomersetFarris tho Harrodsburg barber arrested on the chargo of kill- Ing Scipio Noble near Covington was acquitted at his examining trial The case of Geo F Luttrell charged with the killing of young Nauflect at a blind tiger in Casey county was con tined until the next term of tho LIb- erty circuit court The headlesss body of a man believed to havo been a Newark N J pros pector was found in Tennessee neat Mlddlesboro His identity is unknown but near tho body was an envelope postmarjjThoCo of Garrard county capital stock 42000 has been incorporated Tho chief incorporators are R M West Beazley Haselden R E McRoberts R L Burton Banks Hudson J L Gill J W Elmore of Lancaster and Powers Phelps of Louisville Mrs Funnio Zachary of Somerset who has been suing tho Cincinnati Southern railroad for 30000 damages for tho death of her husband Charles Zachary received a judgment for 15 000 In the Jessamine circuit court Zachary was a Cincinnati Southern freight conductor and was killed at the junction there in May 100- 5MATRIMONIAL A card fromJ Lee Murphy at liar riman Tcnn informs us that he and his charming bride who was Mist Mayme Underwood of the Hubble section have gotten that far on their bridal tour As our Hubble correspondent says they were married at the brides home Tuesday morning The groom is the eldest son of Mr John S Murphy the McKinney miller and is a universally popular and clever young man The bride is the handsome daughter of the late Colonel Patterson wood who is much loved by n large cir clo of friends Harvey McBeath and Miss Emma both of the Hedge vine section were joined in wedlocks holy bonds by the same ceremony that bound together the hearts of Mr Mur phy and Miss Underwood FOR SALE I Mammoth Bronze Turkeys large growth and beautiful plwnngu or Snrbee Owen strain MIM W K DIHIION Route No manford Phone 8t NOTICE I The creditors of Mrs Nancy J Morton ore requested to immediately mull their claims legally verified to the Executor HKV HO HOHTON Ft Thomas Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will tall at public nuetlon nt my home on the Cemetery street In the town of Orb Orchard on HvrimuAY NOV si iwe aL 10 oclock my entire lot of household n ml kltihen lurnlluru Includ log upright pluuo nu good as nuw cook tove sewing machine top buggy and Imrntii sow and two pigs mare mid colt tome plows and harness chickens and other mybumsOUAH HUTCH Kit Crab Orchard M Iteynolds Auctioneer Public Sale golmtoSATURDAY NOV 14T1I lWrl nt 9 x sell to the highest bidder the fallowing described property tcwlti Two good milk cows I ngeil family horse 2 horse wagon I s tuning plows 2 double ahoy eli 2 single plows tome wagon harness some plow gene corn ROIl fodder good 41c Cormtck mower and rake several lay forks a lot of good hoes nil kind or useful small tools household and kitchen furniture KyJThe Remedy Ithat Always Cures ZEMO li rtcetalxcd i tht mat honest tad ncceiilit ntcdlclot In the world todir EM + InMintlr ttlUrcl tad pmltlnt sad perms rxmlr sites Encrat and all llcblnf ikla diwuti Gel a botl04AII DfutiUu Will lor topic L WoseIItlfdacCoStltale PUBLIC SALE laving sold my farm I will on WKDNK8DAY NOV GIPOS offer nt outcry my personal property muoredltof 0 at tt per and surety for nil sums of 118111Ingter 40 hens harness good Jborse plow double shoe 0111011 chain A harrow corn Sheller lIot hllll1kllllnl tools l wheelbarrowt t41mp Ion OOUllullnt Scales platform counters 0118 I hl guliori oil tank I suit of tils tall almost as good mewICuuchthaw Cornish organ fold ing bed with full cotton mattress bed room set Bath century design as good an new dresser ami washstand n rockers what not center table a dining room cholrsI uXlenAloll wull brackets sIno covered kitchen table I kitchen cabi net new1 clothes foot powerchurn I steel cooking range blue mime e burner oil Hove good heating stove lot of table wore stoneware hollow ware picture rummies derrick for butchers use it steel block and tackle will carry lysloch rope 8 bet hives and miiiiy other articles will begin promptly uLIO A xat Cedar Oreck on pike XJrab Orchard and BUnfort W B J AHVIH- Col J P Chandler Au tlon er This Should interest VOllr I By 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 l2c r 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 and 5 yard lengths 50 yards only wide black Taffeta Silk the grade at 75c 50 yards only wide extra Black Taffeta 125 kind at per yard + + + +++ H ++ H H M + H t + ++++ SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY I TRIBBLE I Dry Goods Notions ShoesI i STANFORD When You Are Ready to Select Your SuitjTry A Heldman With A Pile Of Style We are showing by odds the largest line ev er exhibited here and we can prove to your satisfaction that our prices are lower than those asked by others for goods of equal merit Nobby shades of brown and olive with stripes Every thinfe that is correct will be found in our assortment Prices 750 to 2OW E Perkins Crab Orchard Interior Journal 1Thein mailer the PotlQffice ol Stanford i FBSUBRRO TXTMDAYCI AMD rKZIMkT AT joo PER YEAR CASH ttrWben not eo paid MOO will be charged L 3t N TIME TKBLE NoilHouthUllpx NoI Houth 1JM P x No xi North tat A oKNorthll8 P JOS S RICE Agont B D CARTER New Llvorv Dopot Stroot Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Pot the arrest and conviction of any parent tmpAMlng upon my term day or night or the public dolns 0 lock In traveling hlghwasor Injury to stock front tht This reward refers to pinltresW1Utotr30forpertlcaleroi eme pec andI ulto olTer twO pJ tltOftachJOOnrpontor II A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley BuildingI I will give a handsome Picture with each bill amounting 5 or more G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Head Is A Friend Incised For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Ma- nPhone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell privately my splendid Blue Orau Farm of srtS acres stunted In the West End of count one tulle North of MoKtnney Knrmjleibn splendid pIke ns well ns on the s miles from ustonYllle and tulle from Htanford the countseat Farm Is welt Improved and buildings and nn alJundllllC4 of water Convenient to schools and churches and especIeIty convenient for traders and Une of the lest stock farms In Lincoln county All of the land Is product Iwo and machine bo run over every foot of It About lOOacrelncultlvntlonand the crop shows for Itself Mncreanra for wheat this Poll For further particular address or cull on- Hl1 OWENrt McKluncy Ky JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur nature MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right 5TNEOQD KENTUCKY IJCe McClary Undertaker Embalmer Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OffieeiPnone 187 HoraePborea i fl f iif J A= FARMERS DEPARTMEKT wjIseed R C Arnold Stanford B D Holtzclaw sold to J B Foster 100 barrels of corn at 3 delivered- C L Henseley of the Kingsville section sold 100 bushels of Irish potatoes at C5c- Simon Well bought In Mason and Fleming counties of various parties 152 export cattle a1585 Census reports show that 8199782- bales of cotton were ginned to November 1 The ginneries number 26295 The remainder of McGrathluna Stock Farm in Fayetto county 1050 acres was bought by W A Thomasson and Joseph Coons of Bourbon at 7510 At a meeting held in Lyon county on November 7 the details of which have just been made public about 500 grow ers of Lyon adopted a set of resolutions protesting against the manner in which j the tobacco pooled with the Planters Protective Association is being handled The growers claim there is too much delay in securing their money under the present system and they declare that unless there is some change at once they will not sign another obligation to the association as at present constitu I ted Report of Fayette County Grand Jury on Disappearance of Stu dent Smith We the grand jury of Fayette coun ty Kentucky respectfully report to the court that no far as we could we haveI investigated those matters with rererI ence to which we were charged andI have from time to time reported to thisI court indictments where the facts InI our opinion justified itIWe have spent a great deal of time in the investigation of the disap penance of Willis E Smith a stu dent of the State University In the course of our Investigation we have also tried to run down all newspaper stories and rumors but in no case have we found any testimony to substantiate such newspaper statements or reports In nil cases we have traced such sto ries and reports back to some person who had merely expressed his opinion of the possible solution of the mystery We have been able to find no witness who ever saw Smith on the night of his disappearance after ho left his boarding house We recommend that the in vestigation be continued by the detective force of the city and county and tjie matter bo again submitted to the grand jury An Autumn Wail The breeze is sighing The rose is dying The footballs flying Along the knoll The corn is popping The chestnuts dropping The squirrels hopping From hole to hole The leafs red speckles All shine like freckles But- Where are the shekels To buy the coal The ciders beaming The bonfires gleaming The pork chops screaming- At raptures goal The landscape shimmers And glooms and glimmers And beauty simmers That glads the soul The leafs red speckles All shine like freckles But- Where are the shekels To buy the coalTNew York World How is your Digestion- Mrs Nary Dowling of No 228 8th Avo San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble Shosays Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in a case of acute Indigestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach und liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medi cine invigorates tho system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50c at Pennys Drug Store Of all the bores he was the limit Do you know j ho drawled I sometimes feel the call of the polar regions Weally I think Id like to join a relief expedition What do you think Of it MiSS W030 Well Reggy responded the weary girl with a yawn it certainly would be a relief to some of your acquaintances And without a word ho took his hat and cane and departed Chicago Daily News Mind Business If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you Fan and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble if you taker Kings Now Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 25c at Pennys Drug- Store rC Porter of jknticello has beer granted a patent on an oil well plug f WMa L brIw M Resolutions Passed by the Demo Senatorial Committee of Icratlc the 18th District IBo it resolved by tho democratic county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Ca sey and Garrard counties composing the 18th Senatorial district of Ken tucky that a call bo issued by tho Dem ocrntic Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky for a mass convention to be held at the re spective county seats of several coun ties in said district on the 17th day of November 1908 at the hour of 2 P on said date for the purpose of select ing delegates from said counties to at tend a district convention to bo held at Liberty Casey county Ky on tho 19th day of November 1908 at which Sena tonal district convention there shall be selected by said delegates a democrat ic nominee for the said 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky Be it further resolved That the basis of representation from the said several counties in said 18th district shall bo as follows One delegate for each 200 votes cast for thedem ocratic nominee for president in the election of 1901 or fractional part of said 200 votes and Be it further resolved That in pursuance of said basis of representation that Lincoln county shall be entitled to nine delegates Casey county six delegates Boyle county eight delegates and Garrard county six delegates to attend said district con vention at Liberty Ky as aforesaid and that all known democrats who have heretofore supported the democratic ticket aud all young men who have become of age since tho last regular democratic election and who purpose to af filiate with the democratic party shall to eligible and aro hereby invited to participate in said mass convention to be held In said counties Bo it further resolved That the delegates selected from the several counties to attend tho Senatorial District Convention and who shall hold credentials as such signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the County Convention shall bo prima facie tn titled as delegates to organize and par ticipate in the District Convention- J F HOLDAM Chmn CHAS F MONTGOMERY Sccy Winter blasts causing pneumonia pleurisy and consumption will soon bo here Cure your cough now and strengthen your lungs with Foleya Honey and Tar Do not risk starting the winter with weak lungs when Foleys Honey and Tar will euro tho most obstinate coughs and colds and prevent serious results New Stanford Drug Co OstendPa what is tho Suburban lawn mower in the summer and the snow shovel in the winter my son Chicago News Jesse W Sweeney rioriiKTon Ciiviry Feed and Salt Stable Lancaster Ky Fruit and Ornamental Tries Everything for Orchard Lawn anti Garden We have no agent Free Catalogue II P HIUBNMKYEK tCSass- Lexington Ky POSTED We whore names appear beloW itrlottjr forbid bunting fulling or kind of tre Pulng on our places and will prosecute vl orators to the full Shout of Site law Alex Cooper Mr Mary Mrs Wnrren Mr Mattlo White Blrapeon llro Hpoonumora P ROerter Ben 1MnlnM K Lawrence lleuben Uurlli JH Soaker JM lettiu T A Uloe Morgan Uhappoll- Arnandt Hchaefler tliwn J fa Holuclnw U W limy MnJKtolllam It b IMlllam- IVtor Mrs Katherine Ador MrnerA lbxlon Ashley Ollannon James N Cash J Kevin Carter Olfllack Joseph Uallou M L tle Mr Jnt llnluet J llOninniUch 1r10CarpentsM- rsltobeocaltCarpenter W 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