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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOP JOURNALCjOLe XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17 t gas 110 74 Influence of Music on Citizenship A part of an address made by Prof J W Ireland aUho Kentucky Educational Association In Juno f Some one has said that wheel must should possess four distinct qualities It must bo Inspirational Intellectual ff devotional nnd patriotic Since W o make this assumption which I bellevi a fact how can it be denied that tht Influence of music on citizenship Is foi good And too where will It brlnfl greater results than in tho schools ol our land where wo may reach the mind iIn Its formative stage T What can bo moro potent elements in tho make up of a desirable citizen than tho four above named qualities T Every ono of us should havu inspiration or- an inner breath or breathing of v v wholesomo emotions together with- y a knowledge or grasp of the thoughts and feelings of the higher lifo and each citizen should be devoted to the princi plea of church and State Music which x8scssc8 theso four qualities becomes the most potent factor In Instilling these Ideal elements of good citizenship Into ones character What more sub limo passions than these outside tho realms of the spiritual Ono of the mightiest forces of true citizenship Is patriotism Just as the noble Southerner Is thrilled almost to electrification by the entrancing strains of Dixie or the Kentuckian Is enraptured by Tho Old Kentucky Home is o tho child made to fool tinge of pa triotism when our patriotic lyrics are sung into his soul Martin Luther expressed himself as heartily In favor of every youth becom ing accustomed to music for as hop said It made goof and virtuous citizens What more pleasant and profitable way can wo find to mako such citizens than by giving instructions to the child In this finest of arts Such wo aro strlv Ing to do In our own Graded and High School and we hope to see It establish ed In every school in our goodly land Music Is tho handmaid of religion and morality and hence wo can safely say that it has a most salutary influence upon tho citizen There is music In ev I erything for which reason let us be trained to recognize and appreciate It Do you not remember to havo read in sacred writ of that Instance when the Lord asked Job from n whirlwind Where wero you when the morning stars sang together and all the sons of God shouted for joy Since music Is in everything and is a condition not a theory I affirm that the individual who Is void of tho faculty orI recognizing It lacks Just that much of being the bet citizen not that ono must bo able to execute it but as we havo said recognize and appreciate It Tho Bard of Avon has this to say about a man who dues not havo this all but heavenly attribute The man that hath no music In himself Nor is not moved with n concord orI sweet sounds Is fit for treasons stratcgcms andI spoils Tho motions of hisBpirit are as dull as night And hit affections dark as Erebus Let no such man be ttU tedIThus wo may see what kind of citi zen a man would make who has no mu sic in his soul if wo may rely upon tho great writer of Literature What would our religious services be without music T I maintain that n life without music would be just as empty or sterile as a church service without I it Moro and more do we see that music is a universal quality It Is tho beatI it expression of all tho passions Music tho fiercest grief can charmI And fates severest rage disarm Music can soften pain to ease liAndmake despair and madness please joys below vlt can improve And antedate tho bliss above It Anything that can antedate tho blue above will most assuredly mako n bet tsr citizen hero below It lifts ono nut of tho palo of tho common placo nnd w places him upon a higher and transfig ured plane Paul and Silas sang praises unto God while incarcerated In prison at lhllllplI and suddenly tho doors of sprang open So it may bo with us when pent up in tho prison houso of gloom and melancholy Iftwo but sing a soulful song or let music into the soulI wo are lifted to tho Mount of Transfig uration tho bars of gloom aro burst at d tho higher lifo of joy springs in carrying with it moro beatific beams than those rays from jailers light A kindly light is led through the encircling gloom We may say with Eleanor Allen that When tho day Is dark and dreary or everything goes wrong 1when the gloom and darkness Sing 0 sing a cheerful song Sing at homo around tho fireside hero lot sweetest music ring Heart and mind and soul uplifting with the music as we sing May we not digress for ono moment here and urge tho people to take more- interest In music generally since w see its vast benefits Tho school Is the plucH to get thin instruction and t should lie heavily upon the heart of pa tron and citizen priest and parishonor to du everything possible to further th e cauae of music In our schools Acid from the fact that it gives culture i t mikes tho wholo world brighter Sine It docs this it most certainly will brighten the school room and we nil know that many of them oro sadly i nand of something brighter A funeral survlco without a soulful hymn would become an oven more sad occasion tar what note of condolence or sympathy can satisfy a sorrow inc heart mure than tho subdued but sweet tones of flint all but Immortal Bong Asleep in Jesus It is on such occasions that Music with her sliver sound With speedy help doth lend redress Again tho universality of music in appealing to ovary deep human passion impresses itself upon us and that pow er which so effectively moves the pas stone must needs work a most whole some transformation in tho lifo of a citizen Music then is not local or sectarian- It was a Methodist who wrote tho almost Immortal strains of Jesus Lover of my Soul But who thinks of John Wesley when the sublime melody of that grand old hymn is rendered A Calvinist wrote the strains almost di vine of Rock of Ages but he lacks appreciation who suffers his mind to bo transformed from that figure clinging to tho rock and lets it rest upon the name or person of Toplady thocorn poser That rock is equally firm to all sects and all ages With tho ancients I believe that music is a Therapeutic for it is a divine message in that it saves and heals and brings us closer to heaven God sent His singers upon tho earthI With songs of sadness and of mirth That they might touch tho hearts of men And bring them back to heaven again Certainly a force so impellent as to bring men from earth to heaven can make a preeminently better and moro substantial citizenship It has been said and truly so that music is tho echo of Gods voice in the soul of man and most emphatically the citizen who has more of Gods voice in him is a better citizenFor such a reason as tho last should wo not work moro assiduously to the end that music will become a moro prominent feature of our social and do mestic life Is it not an inspiration to better life when we know that all good emanates from the omnipotent and that music is but His voice In our souls Since we see that music softens tho hard heart melts to pity stirs tho patriotic impulses spurs tho martial spirit and urges to victory wo know be yond tho shadow of a doubt that it is ono of tho most powerful influences that can bo brought to bear upon tho making of a good citizen Then why not urge every boy or girl possessing tho least modicum of talent to take lessons in this most useful subject Somo say that music lies at tho root of all human culture in tho earliest ages 1 hesitate to go to that extreme but I do believe that much of tho cut turo of this ago as well as that of former ages is attributable to music and I shall strive In my humble manner to make it an important phase of the work of school lifo wherever my lot may be cast In the last place I am going to urge again that all tako moro Interest In thiI for who over heurd of any service in heaven savo life singing praising and rejoicing of tho angels There is a record of no choir save a celestial choir Do we not wish to join that and slnitI around tho throne 1 Did any ono ever hear of a choir in tho regions under tho earth or tho lower regions If so what would you call it but may I say it an Infernal choir My final exhortation shall be let us strive to make better citizens by fitting ourselves for that immortal choir which sings in that building not made with hands eternal in the heavens And may wo bo pre pared the better to sing around the throno of TSodforever more WatchedIft years For fifteen years I havo watched tho working of Dueklcns Arnica Salvo and it has never failedtocuro any sore boll ulcer of burn to which It was applied It hat saved us many a doctor bill tI says A P Hardy of East Wil ton Malno 25c at Pennys Drug- Store It has been discovered that Tho Out look with which President Roosevelt has made a contract is controlled by James Stlllman who Is closely associ ated with the Standard 011 group and E H Harriman and New York isI laughing at the presidents predica ment Turn failure into victory Dont let your courage fade And if you get a lemon Just mako tho lemon aide NEWS NOTES Former Mayor Gustay Tafel of Cincinnati is dead Fire destroyed tho New Orleans DenI tal College causing a JGOOOO loss Grand Duko Alexis of Russia an undo of Emperor Nicholas died in Paris of pneumonia W D Williams a railroad fireman of Lagrange Ky mot death in a col IIInFrancis J Money was shot by a con vict ho exposed for grafting in San Francisco He will recover An explosion in tho Radbed mines near liamm Westphalia Germany re suited In the death of over 300 miners Tho home of J II Wampflcr adalry man near Alliance 0 was destroyed by fire and four children were burned to death Four men were killed and four seri ously injured when a sawmill boiler exploded near Pound Gap in the Kentucky Virginia mountains Snow fell to the depth of one inch In Northern Alabama Saturday A light fall was reported from tho Kentucky mountains and also from Ohio It is expected that John D Rockq cller will go on tho witness stand when tho hearing in the governments suit to dissolve tho Standard 011 Co Is resum edIn an altercation In a saloon at Youngstown 0 Frank Walz a cab driver struck William Dowd a rail road man with his fist killing him in tantlyW D Johnson a wellknown colored editor and publisher of Lexington is prominently mentioned in connection with the appointment as Recorder ofI Deeds of tho District of ColumblnJ A fiery denunciation of night riding and a vigorous defenso of night riders in a debate between two Mississippi delegates caused an uproar in the cote ton convention at Memphis Standpatters aro said to bo dissatis fled with the manner in which Chair man Sereno Payne is conducting the tariff hearings and are afraid that a bill is to be railroaded through Canf cress Returns from the recent election in Illinois indicate that the proposition to Issue 20000000 in bonds for the con itruction of a deep waterway won by a majority of approximately 105000 of the total vote cast Charles J Magness who was arrest ed in Louisville as a deserter shortly after ho had married Miss Ada Gorman was tried by courtmartial at Philadel phia Magness admitted having over stayed his leave of absence and his lawyers contended ho was not guilty of desertionThe jury at Nashville returned a true bill against Robin Cooper Col D It Cooper and former Sheriff John D Sharp charging them with the murder of former Senator E W Carmack It is expected that tho case will not bo called up for trial until tho Janurary term of court John D Sharp former Sheriff of Da vidson county was arrested at Nash vine charged with aiding and abetting in the murder of former Senator E W Carmack It is alleged that Sharp was seen with tho two Coopers shortly be fore the killing and was also at the scene of the tragedy immediately after Carmack fell to tho ground Sharp was taken to jail Morris Haas who shot Francis J Honey Friday committed suicide in the San Francisco jail by shooting himself through the head Tho physicians who are attending Mr Honey say that in all probability ho will recover from his wounds Plans aro being made to con- tinuo tho trial of Abo Ruef several Attorneys having volunteered to take up Mr Heneys work Jim Deckard a Negro killed seven men Including the Sheriff of Okmul gee Okla n policeman and five Negroes and badly wounded 10 others The policemen attempted to arrest tho t Negro who had severely beaten an Indian boy Deckard barricaded himself in his homo and defended it against a posse brought by tho Sheriff lie final ly sot tho house on lire and was consumed in the flame- sHaxatnethylenotetramino The above U tho name ofa Gorman chemical which Is ono of tho many valuable ingredients of Foloys KidI noy Remedy Hexamcthylcnotetramluo Is recognized by medical text books and authorities AS a urlo acid solvent and antiseptic for tho urine Tako Foleys Kidqoy Remedy as soon as you notice any Irregularities and avoid a serious malady New Stan ford Drug Co The West coast of ndproduces an yster with shells six inches In diameter- so transparent that they aro used fori wIndow panes Paris has 32 miles of underground railway in operation carrying 350000 passengers a day and 25 miles Under construction IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIE Eight prisoners made their escape from the Pineylllo jail George UcCroskey aged 21 is dead of consumption In Mercer county William Vaugh U dead near Poplar Hill Casey county at an advanced age Jesse Cosby a prominent citizen of the Salvisa section of Mercer is dead aged 55- Louie H Tinnell used and a well known citizen of Frankfort suicided by ihootingJ Beazley has sold n half inter est in his undertaking business at Lan caster to Joe S Haselden The fiscal court allowed lOU CO to Mercer county farmers for sheep killed and crippled during the year Free Silver Johnson has gone to Dayton 0 where ho will spend the Winter at tho Soldiers Homo Wil more Cor Jessamine Journal While playing with a rifle Ed Sharp accidcntly discharged tho contents Into the abdomen of Calo Brown Jr Drown is not fatally hurt Casey News Mrs Mary Elliott of tho Gravel Switch section had both arms broken by being thrown from her buggy in a run away caused by a reckless automobilist Tho INTERIOR JOUItNAL announces the candidacy of Mr W D Wallin as a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Dud is another one of those Rockcastlo citi zens and democrats that it will do to tie to and if honored by the voters of the county Lincoln will never have cause to regret the choice Mt Vernon Signal John Woods committed suicide at his home near New Hope Nelson county by shooting himself in tho head This was second attempt to end his lire he having taken carbolic acid about six weeks ago He was night watchman- at the Della of Nelson distillery and is survived by a wile and two children Mrs Agnes Leitner wife of a glass blower cut tho throats of her two children aged and 3years respective ly then her own at Frankfort The childrens heads were almost severed their bodies and Mrs Leitner lied a few minutes after she had committed the crime It is thought the iced was done in a fit of despondency wrought about by financial trouble But for the large hat which she was wearing Mrs Morris Bartlett of Lawrenceburg would have been killed when she stepped off a precipice and tell about eight feet to the rocks beneath Mrs Bartletts hat protected her head and sho escaped without serious Injury She regained consciousness next morning and it was found that her only injuries are a few bruises and the ihock to her nervous system Within the last few days two des tructive fires of unknown origin have occurred in Laurel county The real deuce of Jonn D Jones and contents was burned while the family was ab sent Tho largo barn of Amos Ball singer was burned while the owner was absent Three horses a large quantity of hay and grain wagons and farm machinery were destroyed A fire fiend is thought to be at work Seven Years of Proof It I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is tho- beit medlcino to tako for coughs and colds and for every dlsoasodconditlon of throat chest or luugs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had 38 years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is the brat remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay lover bronchitis home rhago of the lungs and tho early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents tho development of pneumonia sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c and 81 Trial bottle free I Every day brings corroborative evidence that tho killing of exSenator Carmack was a premeditated assasslna J ion Somo of tho Tennessee papers are blaming Gov Patterson for not pro venting it and tho NewsScimater of Memphis demands his impeachment which it will do all in its power to pro uro Frankfort Journal = Mind Your Business I If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all tho trouble you can and you can and will keep out if liver and bowel trouble if you take- Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills They keep lllousne33 malaria and jaundice out or your system 25o at Pennys Drug tore pp signInIt is 200 by 50 feet with letters 20 feet high and uses 3000 incandescent lampsaFoleys Honey and Tar clears tho air passages stops tho Irritation in the throat soothes the Inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs are healod and strengthened and the co1l11s expelled from tho system New Stanford Drug Co J Tb a k sgiving tj D a y will be here with its usual RAIN and SNOW and you will need that new SUIT that you have been intending to buy Our Hart Schaffner Marx all wool line is rich in excellence of quality in perfection of tailoring and in neatness of fit Remember THEY ARE ALL WOOL WILL HOLD THEIR SHAPE and WILL NOT FADE When you have wornone suit of it nothing else will satisfy you Cummins Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital SOOOOiOO y Surplus 33330OO Resources 34000000 So H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIERIH C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPERtDIREOTORSl B StanterdtJohnCush TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcachersville Lilburn j Gooch Gilberts Creek GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE- To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Gear RttsraUg Until Hay 31st 1909 Write for rata and folder H C KING CPA 101 E Mala Su LtilniUn Ky The Interior Journal I Co WALTON f H G WINGTE NenatorubJectand 19 I WUMCARTY- Ii a cnndldnte for HhorllT of Lincoln coun demoerutlonM S BAUGHMAN 1Icountysubjectparty JJHN J MOSER countysubjectpatty M BRUCE Is a candidate for JMler of Lincoln count subject to the action of the IXmiocrutlo party JAMES C HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count i subject to the action of the 1vmoerntle- party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject tot the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN It a candidate for ASfeestor of Lincoln coun ty lubject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Aisast or of Lincoln county tubject to thejtcUou of the democratic party J A DUDDERAR li candidate for aitenor of Lincoln Coun tynubject to the action ot tho democratic party W D WALLIN I111 candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty lubject to the action of the democratic party S M OWENS It a candidate for Aneisor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party A FERSISTANT contemporary suggests that now that President Roosevelt is unbosoming himself respecting mat ters that could not expediently be dis cussed before theelection will ho not tell the country what he knows of who got the 40OWOOO paid by the United States government for the oil Panama Canal This vast sum dis nppeued in a twinkling and allef forts to trace its whereabouts hav proved unavailing Tho President knows where it went If he wont tell Congress should make him Somebody probably many bodies feathered thei nests at tho expense of the taxpay ers of this country Let the scandal be unearthed betlter are getting the hot end of it just now but truth crushed to earth will rise again Senator Carmack was kill ed as the result of his fight against the whisky traffic Prosecutor Heney was shot probably fatally because of his efforts to put grafters where they belong and Gov Folk was relegated to the rear politically because of his war on theft inhigh as wellns in low places and so on All of this however will not deter tho right kind of men and officers in the discharge of their duties and we expect to see the work Car mack Heney and Folk begun contin ued long after they have been forgot tin TilE postal deficit is 16910279 the largest in the history of the depart ment The entire cost of the postal department was 208351867 At this rate the republican platform promise of penny postage will be a long time materializing The postmaster general will recommend a local parcel post for rural routes as a means of reducing the deficit The rate proposed is 5 cents a pound and two cents additional for each pound up to 11 the maximum weight of a package There arp now more than 39000 rural routes and over 18000000 people are served by them AN Indianapolis special to the Cou rierJournal says The Republicans try to make it appear that Marshalls victory is a liquor victory but the Democrats say it is nothing of thekind They say the liquor issue was not real- lyI in the campaign but was dragged r in by Republican orators Jo fool the so called good people and it did fool a good many of them AFTER an exciting discussion a prop osition to excludj from future member ship in the United Daughters of tho Confederacy tho Northern women who are now admitted by virtue of marriage to decendants of Confederate veterans was voted down in the annual conven tion of tho Daughters at Atlanta PRESIDENTELECT TAFT Saturday do livered the principal address at the ded ication of the prisonship martyrs mon ument in Fort Greene Park Brooklyn Secretary of War Wright and Gov trIfughes also delivered addresses and there was a parade in which 10000 people participated r WILLIAM HOWARD TAM and John D AugustaI ly that the Standard Oil Co will not be wiped out of existence for a year or so 1Atleast I 1 b TUG two Coopers father and son and exSheriff Sharp have been promptly indicted and now if juries will as promptly condemn them to the halter for the assassination of Sena tor Carmack the great crime will be in a measure atoned says the Frankfort Journal nnd to which we add our amen MR WOODSON MAY an experienced newspaper man and clever gentleman has assumed the business management of the Somerset Journal and is also Its local editor He is well fitted for tho place he fills and we predict increased business for that popular publication WHAT a pity it is that theso socalled crazy people who try to take the life of good men and then kill themselves do not turn their guns on themselves first POLITICAL The democrats of tho 25th circuit court district will nominate by primary election Dec 31st Jackson L Smith for 16 years judge of the Missouri Court of Appeals died in Kansas City Sidney G Clay was nominated for representative by the democrats in Bourbon over John T Collins The faction headed by Judge W P Yancey won tho democratic nomination for the various county offices in Owen L D Lewis was nominated for circuit judge and Ira Fields for Commonwealths attorney in the 33rd district by the republicans Three defeated candidates in the recent Democratic primary in Calloway county have filed petitions with the committee for a recount of tho vote They charge fraud in several precincts Hon Lillard H Carter of Lawrence burg has announced for speaker of the next House lIe was recently nomi nated by tho democrats for represen tative The Republican primary for county officers in Laurel has been set for Au gust 14 Already over 40 candidates for the offices are out and many more are expected to announce immediately after the judicial primary on December 6 Bishop E E Hoss of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in speaking before the conference at Covington Tenn said If Carmack was killed for what ho said in those editorials 1 should be killed also for I affirm every thing he said At tho session of the American Fed lettereGomtpers was Bryan his cordial thanks for the support given tho labor men of the country at electionrGov Hughes expenses in his cam paign for reelection of governor o New York are given as follows Trav cling and incidental expenses 26016 for hotel bills including telephones and messenger charges 9671 tele grams 1278 Total 3G9C5 Victor H Metcalf resigned as Sec rotary of the Navy and his resignation was accepted to take place December 1 Truman H Newbury the Assistant Secretary will be elevated when Mr Metcalf leaves 111 health was vthe cause of Mr Metcalf action Champ Clark who will be the next democratic floor leader of the House reached Washington and took part in the deliberations of the Ways nnd Means Committee After the days hearings were over Mr Clark expressed the opinion that little genuine revision of the tariff could be expected from the republicansState Jack Chinn we are told will shortly announce for the Leg islature He says that the reason he is wanting to go back to Frankfort is that he wants an investigation of the pen itentiary by the legislature and says that if the people of Kentucky women and all knew the horrors behind those gloomy walls they would move on Frankfort in a body and clamor at the doors of the prison for reform Har rodsburg Democrat Tho Democratic primary election in Madison county Saturday was the quietest in the history of the county due it is claimed to the no whisky and no money plan The winners were Coun ty Judge W Rhodes Shackelford County Attorney O P Jackson Sher- Iff D A McCord County Clerk R B Terrill Circuit Clerk Roy C White Assessor Shelby Taylor School Super intendent John Noland Jailer N B Jones Coroner C D Samuels CHURCH MATTERS The little known Church of Abys sinia has 3000000 adherents Quarterly conference at the Methodist church at 1130 A M Saturday Rev II C Morrison of Wilmorc is conducting an interesting meeting at Minneapolis Minn Miss Lucy Mahan of London begun a meeting at Hebron last night and will continue till further notice The pastoral changes made by Bish op Morrison at the Louisville confer ence caused an expense of 10000 for movingRev D W Robertson of George town will preach at the Methodist Sundaymorning theMethodistand instructive meeting Sunday night with a Urge attendance tP1 iASpl4fA asM The fact that 2764 missionaries have been eaten by the canibals in Africa does not scare Mr Roosevelt Ho knows that ho is too tough even for canibal to eat AI The Oklahoma conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South adopted a memorial in favor of amal gamation of the Northern nnd South ern Churches Rev Dr G Brinley Morgan one of the most noted Episcopal clergymen In Connecticut and rector of Christs church New Haven was struck by an automobile and probably fatally hurt Rev D M Walker will fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morn ing This will be good to his many friends who are glad that he is at last strong enough to resume his pastor ate AgricultureSchools The teaching of Agriculture in tho country schools will not only be of de cided advantage to the rising gener ation but will be of benefit to far mers of the present day Tho book teaching at the schools tobe effective must bo supplemented by practical demonstration at home or better still by practical application on school farms The country is surcharged with theoret ical farmers and agricultural spellbind ers some of whom talk for wages and others talk just to hear the echo of their voices They are doing more harm than good Attach a small field to each country school and have the boys put in practice that which they learn from the books and an interest will be evoked which will result In better farmers for the future and an improvement on farming of tho presentBamberge Important To Tobacco Growers At a meeting of the Executive Com mittee November 11th it was decided to price the different grades of the 1907 tobacco not later than November 17th and that this tobacco be put on sale November 24th In view of this action it is very im portant that all types be sent in at once that every ones tobacco may participate in the opening sales Large orders are on file which are expected to consume tho balance of tho 1906 crop and a large part of the 1907 crop All purchasers must take one hogshead of the old crop with every four hogs heads they buy of the 1907 crop BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY Winter blastsaauslog pneumonia pleurisy and consumption will soon be here Cure your cough now and strengthen your lungs with Ftleys Honey and Tar Do not risk starting the winter with weak lungs when andfprevent serious results New Stan ford Drug C- oMASONS MEET Lincoln Ixxlgu No F A M will meet In tinted communication on each lint and third Monday nights of each month nt oclock In their hall on Main street Htnn ford Ky Memlwr of sister lodges are 1lennyvZblr Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skit diseases Eczema quickly and ir permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam ple E W Rose MedCo St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Contra Kontuoky Real Estate Eidanije TITLE CO No lCO acres ou tho Waynciburg pike near Highland Srooin bouse barn atiuoth er outbulldlogljl11c8 orchard Tbl proper ty near Ichoolhoule le well worth tho trice llJ0- Noalhdacre9miles South of Orub Or twoltoryboweed about 100 acre of this land It bottom land and produces line crop A bargain nt SIJOOJ cash balance In ono and two year Mo 3UJ aero on Iluck Creek near Way nesburg4 room bouse barn other out bulldlnxs plenty of water Dash price IVtoo No 4108 acre near Level Green Hock cattle county Ky Thus farm hal a new 3 story frame would cost to build now rOUO good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Ill nice home und can bo bought for HO per acre J4 cash re mainder In months NolIlt3 tho above farms 100 acres In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good burn and other outbuilding nice orchard Ono of time best springs in cowt ty Price V uOiunlf cash balance l and 2 years No 6211 ucreittdjolnlng farm NOl and 5 acres In cultivation balance In tlm her loud white oak hickory and some line cedar has story log hute and good orch Iud well watered Cash price 3t00 No 7 SWncro near Miiretsburg Kyloo acres In cultivation Rood house barn and necoiuiry outbuilding line water and school church and II U station Irlce flflU K caiu balance In one nod two years No 8211 acres near Oonway Ky nearly all of this farm Is liottom land flue for corn ooddwellinghousenewbarn mile from hers College Cash price y3 ouoNop4iacree on Drakes Greek 3 tulles trout Grab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike nllli Is u part of the leo Evnas torn This II tine land rend la good condition nil necessary buildings This Is a bargain tit per acre No 1078 acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with necessary bUlldlllgllItC can be bought worth the money For lull particulars In regard to all the orJDIII1 adMosr nlll diW t BUILDING LOTS I have for sale eight nlco building lots In Moroland Ky They nre level and situate near the de pat Iror particular tea Abe Minks Morcland Ky Good Farm For Said tdetlro to sell my looaero farm nU tulle Houthrait of Iluitonvlllo It It all Ingratiexcept Oacrv nnUli well Improv ed Will loll for onethird cnih and IInoo on easy payments Fur further particular write to or call on 0 T llohon Ilanon FARM FOR SALE I The faro of 140ncrc of Rood blue grass land lying ono tulle North of MoKlnmtyon tho Htanrord pike Improvement and fencing good of water fruit Also acres of tlmtwrrd lend one mllo East of MoKlnner half under tones plenty growIngMrKlnnoy The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Ecztnia Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fot external use All druggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUGSTORE Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liqui- for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Abed Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Good Farm For Rent I dotlre to rent for 100 my faun of acres In the town limit of Urab Orchard 40 or HI acre nre In timothy meadow Tin land Ii In splendid condition lArgo brick house of eight rooms and out house good anti numerous 1lenty of water Write or call on JOUle K Holdam Stanford Ky When Ordering Clothes lithe your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothe whether low price business suit or tho flncit evening clothes will hava that Individuality and fl which plainly Indicate they were undo to your mraturv I wlllnliot ko your men ore for extra trousers fancy vest totcoats and overcoats Fall and Wlnte IBm pies on hand ready for your inspection IL 0 nu iLEYThe Tailor Stanford K- yINSURANCE Tire Lightning WindStorm Ufa and accident None but the HT11OM1HHT and SENT Companies Represented lowest losUtile Hates Guaranteed lass iaytng Rue irl Unequalled Talk with 4AHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Ibone NoBI Adorinas Fox tin ImnJtoniP Urge young Jersey hull de scended from n long and unbroken line of the moL noted built and cows on the It land of Jersey England nod America JIll HP 110110 of the bulls over und his dam is a thaw cow that hn give- noundsofriehmilkinonedny 06 If Iw le6 Uk IIlIt u Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor unIt have n strictly good cow you should iivoll 0 service lie will bo allowed toicrvn n limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of flench Slake engagement before tending cow to bo bred HKII A OTTKH KyN bull calves that will be old at rltfht pri- cesCONCRETING We nro In position to do nil kind of con creting sus Work rnrementi and In fact we onn make any thing from a house down to a fence pott can servo you promptly and guarantee llr tola prieribefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a sketch and Quicklaacertaln onr opinion free whether an t tah Communlrn llontitrlcllrconndenlUI on lateuU patentIateouitptctetnotlte without Scientific flthericaiu A handtomelr Illnttrtled wcetlr TJirpeit rtr rotation of any iOUntino Journal Term II a newdealer1IUNrtCo RheumatismI tnatftml Not a remedy that will straighten the fllstorjed limbs of chronic cripples nor turn boor wtns back to ftNh again That impossible Shut I can now ianly kW the pains and pangs ot this deplonbje dlietM In aerman w11h a chemist In the City of Darmstadt I found the last Ingredient with which Dr Bhoopi RbeumaUo Remedy was made a perfected dependable prescription Without that last I lucctutully Wlr- manr asesofRbeumatismtbutnowiItestuunit- ormiycuresall curable aces of heretofore much dreaded disuse Those stndUke iranular wastes found RheumstliBlood seora to dlssolr and pats away a this remedy at freely as does suzar when added to pure water when dluolred these poisonous wastes freely pats from the ystem and the cans of lUieumatltm Is gone forever Th re U now no real needno actual excuse to nfltr longer wIth- out help We lOll and In cenfldcno recommend Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE MNS 1flRAre 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 headShoes WalkOver and Mans 350 4 and 500 Hocker Bootees 5 Brogans 125 150 aI 2 and 250 per pair Socks Black Brown and Fancy Mixtures in Cotton I Lisle Wool paird J UnderwearCot- ton fleeced and ribbed 50c Wrights wool Wright or Coopers balbriggan 11 Royal Silk Plush 150 the garment Union workIshirts 50cwool shirts 1150 and 2 Dress Shirts in plain or pleated bosoms and 150 GLOVES work gloves 50c calf gloves in short or gauntlet tops genuine buck 150idress kid gloves 150 and 2 TIES of every conceivable style and color 25 50 and 1 COLLARS 10 and 15c ODD TROUSERS to 750 SUITS 5 to 25 HATS I Stetsons at 3fiO to SS other makes 3100 to 350 TRUNKS Hand BagsSuit Cases Um brellas c Come and see him H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium rustonville Have iiwtlirir nlllltock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonville Our prices always couiorvativc Kco our Tailored Gowns new and pretty Wo have just introduced this lino LiuUm Skirt our Foil lino of Clonkb J Ladicf Mines and Children you will find to be money raven to you Slwojstock now complete We Imvo handled the Sterling Shoe for years to our satisfaction and to the trade Try n pair and he convinced Every depart mont is now oomploto nnd ready for your inspection Yours for fair ox changes II CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY BeechNut Bred cans rOnco tried always used Money back if not satisfactory Also Beechnut GrapeJellytho beet lino on tho market GEORGE H FARRIS wLl Our Heating Stoves are serviceable and are sold at rea sonable prices only Save the difference t Geo iD11 Hopper Stanford Ky The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Nov 17 1908 NEW assortment of local viuw post cards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS T J HOCKEII went up to MM dlesboro yesterday Miss EsTILL WALKER of GarrarJ Is with Mils llello Denny ALBERT GOOCII of Versailles Is with his brothers in this county Mns HENRY WALLACE of Alban 7i Is with Mrs Adelia Woods MR JOHN HOLMES of Lincoln In the city Somerset Times WI13I 1T S STARLING was on tho o In Louisville yesterday JUDGE J W ALCORN went up to c London Sunday to attend court E C DisBL of Wlltiamaburfr is with 01I Mr R C Watkins at Maywood MIss TEVIS CARPENTER Is at Crab i Orchard with relatives and friends Mil J F CUMUINS and wife spent Sunday with relatives at Wilmore e Mos J G RIDDLE and baby of Crab b f 7 Orchard are with Mrs Isaac DR A S PRICE and Mr lIerrlnI Woarcn aro hunting quail In Hackees tie J C RlNEllART tho hustling London liveryman was hero on business lac week MRS LOUBLLA GRAY of Pcrryvlllc spent several days with Miss Mary Bruce MRS WILLIAM MORELAND of Lex- Ington la with her daughter Mrs W C Shanks Mns PHIL MEIIAN of Louisville i WIti weeks in Miss Annlo Dunns place in tho Graded School MRS SAMUEL DAMRON and Miss Julia Damron of tho Mt Salem section wero 4hero shopping Friday SAM HARDIN returned to Lon don yesterday after a few days vial 0 to Mrs Geo 11 Farris DR II C NUNNELLEY and wife of Winchester spent Sunday with M nnd Mrs W K Shugars MRS W A Rice of Lebanon June tlon is with her parents Mr and Mrs J II Carter at Halls Gap TUB Current Events Club will meet with Mrs G G Perry next Thursday afternoon at 200 oclock MR KEITH LACKEY and wife of So atlo Wash spent several days with Mr John J McRoberU and family MRS WM DAVIS and handsome daughter Miss Margaret Davis o Danville are with Mrs W C Shanks PROP J W IRELAND is spending a few days with his parents In Grant county before their removal to Pulaski VaMESSRS CLAY RUILEY JR L W Hughes W M Duncan nnd Welch Rochester are in Marion county hunting quail JUDGE JAMES P BAILEY and Joss L rC Lynn joined n Huttonvltlo party an aro hunting in the Dunnvlllo section of j Casey MR GEO HARRIS of Lancaster Is aislstlng Agent J S Rico while L Wearcn Hughes is trying to kit ak birds MR AND Mns J L D COFFEY have moved to tho OBannon farm near tho Hanging Fork bridge on the Huston villo pike Mns W C HELL of Harrodsburg Is hero with her husband who is hold- Ing tho November term of tho Lincoln circuit court Die W 0 PENNY wife and children of Danville havo been with his mother and brother here It Is likely hat theyI will return to Stanford and reside WeI hopo they willIOUR clever young friend Mr Jason Wesley of Liberty has announced for reflection ns circuit clerk of Casey Seems to us tho republicans of that county would make a mistake If they do not to hold such a goof man In nn office no fills so acceptably LOCALS GET Singletons prices on stoves f GENUINE Virginia saddles in stock J j C McClary MORE of that good ndy just receiv ed at Farris BOYS suits In now patterns just ro ceived Cummins Wearen TOE effort to conduces n moneyless whlskylcss primary in Boylo died adorning Tho primary will bo held next Saturday I RAVE engaged tho services of a first class tailor who will do all kinds of repairing and cleaning Ladies skirts a specialty Ed Wilkinson PEIIRIN Mrs Sara Juno Perrin died at Camden Point Mo a few days ago aged 6MJ years She was a slater of Mcsdames S J Embry Virginia Grimes Margaret Anno Booker and Mr S II Shanks of this place Mrs Perrin was tho oldest of 11 children and Is survived by tho above sisters andD brothers Sho was a most excellent Christian woman and was and talrerjthan FOR SALEA two hours power gas oline engine This office TUB fox hunters will havo their meet at Crab Orchard Springs this week when a great time is expected a + SEE tho splendid bcrwagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wagon made EVERY lover of the sport who could spent yesterday in search of quail Tho crop this year is a fair one and moat of tho Nlmmds did well A NEW YOitK butcher has just died Stnnfoyrd leave even larger estates INEWS from Lebanon Junction that Walter McPnemon who with his father spent the Summer here had ono of his legs cut off wills jumping a train He Is a bright handsome lit tlo fellow and his friends hero deeply sympathize with him MR J E WUIGIIT tho Danville mar blo man has placed handsome monu ments over till graves of Mrs Martha Ann Pepplos and Howard D Coleman Tho one marking tho renting plats of Mrs Pcpplcs In Goshen cemetery weighs nearly 30000 pounds WE movo that lion It L Hubble bo thttho 17th Zia Is our kind of a demo crat and if a democrat is to represent us wo select Took from tho list o cllgiblea Casey County News FRANK CHAMIAN who wise giv en 18 yours in tho penitentiary for kills ing Joe Rice his brothordn law has at last been removed from tho Danville jail to tho Frankfurt penitentiary The Court of Appeals affirmed the Boylo circuit courts decision in the case scv eral months ago STADDBD Jack Browner in an al tercation with James Mitchell Sunday in Macksvlllo stabbed him just below serioustare ter arrested both of the participants tro o I OR onerap deputies will bo at tho following named places to collect tax Mt Salem Tuesday Nov 24th from 9 oclock until 12 A M At McKinney In the evening At Moreland on Thursday Nov 2Gth and atHuston vlllc Saturday Nov 28lh Meet mo there and get your receipts and save tho penalty T J Hill S L Co a SAMUeL M OWENS who served fthis county faithfully and well as sher- Iff and jailer announces this Issue for assessor subject to tho action of tho democratic party Mr Owens is a good judge of property a swift and correct penman and is well fitted for tho offieo of assessor Ho is a tried and true democrat and an exceedingly clever gentleman adopteddcommitteeman will be elected in all the precincts In Kentucky on Saturday next Nov 21 This will give every ThoIto ask than that tried and true democrats alono bo put on guard Let bol taro and traitors take n back seat and not try to run tho party they have attempted to ruin THE democrats of each precinct in Lincoln county will meet at their res pective voting places on Saturday Nov 21st 1908 at 2 oclock r M standard time and elect a committeeman to servo until his successor is elected On the following Monday tho 12 commit teeman thus elected will meet at the court houso in Stanford Ky and or ganize and elect a chairman and secre tary to servo as provided by law J F Iloldam chairman democratic county committee IN tho circuit court Judge Dell sua tamed a demurrer to the petition of tho parties who brought suit to recover 110 greater part of Crab Orchard and dis missed their suit Tho case will go to the court of appeals The following jury has been secured- In tho case of tho Commonwealth vs John Baugh charged with assaulting David Allen B T Lunafonl J T Blngaman Wm Curtis James Miller Sid Jennings J N Vanhook Wm Huffman J II Rigsby G A Drown A M Luce T C Ball John X Spoon amore J LET us admonish tho democrats of this county to pith tho best men for county committeemen next Saturday Put only tried and true men on guard men who will give tho party prestige and who will work for party success Tho fellows who only vote tho democratic ticket when everything goes to suit thorn should not be considered If they arc of the right kind of stuff they will bo content to remain privates and not attempt to lead democrats who are without spot or blemish Beware of tho fellow who Is too anxious to become member of tho committee Ho likely has some ulterior motive Tho office andI FOR RENTFour rooms In tho resl denco I live in Mrs Bun Withers Stanford BRICK resldenco on Lancaster tree for rent Possession Dec 1 P P Nunncjlcy A RED sow weighing about 300 Ibs 1left my farm two weeks ago Reward W II Shanks Stanford FOR SALE Complete set of John Lords Beacon Lights of History En tlrely new have never been opened This office MARY EMORY daughter of Davo Em bry colored died Saturday of consump lion after a protracted Illness and was burled Sunday ATTENTION FARMERS 10per cent discount on every thing In hardware beginning Nov 1st and lasting 10 days Now Is your chance tosavo tho differ sacs Geo D Hopper Bio CATTLE Charles Lutes has bought for Simon Well of Lexington from the following parties Dr Hugh Reid 24 cattle 1315 pounds at 4 85 of J II Baughman 20 cattle 1460 pounds at CJc of Cyrus M Jones 27 cattle 1500 pounds at 5Jc Theses cattle will bo shipped to Baltimore for the holiday market THE Ladies Aid Society and Chris tlun Society of tho Christian church want all the old newspapers boxes paper bags letters etc Iyou can spare They want to got a car- and sell it and havo rented the lit tie storeroom of Mr Cicero Reynold- on Depot Street opposite Myers 1iver stable to store it in BOWLING ALLEYMrJ L Sargent who has conducted a bowling alley at Lancaster for some time with much success opened ono hero in the Odd Fellows building last week Mr Sar gent js an experienced bowling alIe man and proposes to run tho alloy her on the high plane ho has ran others ii several towns lie und his family havo moved Into the Aldridgo property on Portman Ave DR Eow ALCORN of Hustonville Is in Lexington having been called in consultation in tho illness of Dr A M Helm who is at the St Joseph Hospi tal Dr Holm was brought back from Paint Lick last week suffering from ty phoid fever and his condition is grave Dr Alcorn has been physician In the family for many years Mr James Helm of HusUmvllle has como to bo with his son until tho crisis Is passed Lexington Herald Now that tho courthouse proposition hAS been voted wo believe oven those who opposed a now courthouse are not sorry that n decent building will take tho place of the old shack At least 100 a year will bo saved in rent and beside tho valuable papers will no long er bo permitted to mould and ruin The present building is not only dangerous but inadequate It is now necessary for the sheriff school superintendent master commissioner and county nttor nsy to rent offices in which to do bus flea Ma P Mhoof Lexington en tertained Nov 10th at the Havlin Hotel with a dinner in honor of Capt and Mrs Walter II Worsham of Corbin who are guests at Hotel Havlin Cin cinnati The table was tastefully dec orated with ferns Iud roses and the dinner was one of many delicious courses Mr Millets guests were Capt and Mrs Worsham of Corbin Dr and Mrs M L Stallard of Appalcchia Va i Judge Fulton of Wise Va Mrs Stevenson and mother of Knoxville Tenn Mr Grashear of Paris Ky Mr Jack ODowd manager of Hotel Havlin Contributed THE news of tho death of Mrs J R Harris at Stanford on Tuesday after noon was received with feelings ofre grot and sorrow by all those who had the good fortune to meet her She was about 30 years old and was Miss Mary Cash of Lincoln county Sho was mac tied about 10 years ago to Mr J Randolph Harris of this city son of Judge and Mrs E W Harris who has lived in Stanford since tho marriage Funer al services wero held at the residence in Stanford on Thursday morning and the body was buried in Buffalo cemetery in the presence of many rela fives and friends Sho leaves a daughter aged eight years and tho people tender sincere condolence to her and her father Lancaster Record Tim reception given by Mr and Mrs S Murphy of McKinney on the evening of Nov 13 in honor of their son Mr J Leo Murphy and bride neo Miss Mayme Underwood and Mr Harvey McBeath and bride nee Miss Emma Jones proved the acme of suc cess as a social function Those knows InK Mr and Mrs Murphy will under stand how sorry they were that thA number of immediate relatives of all sides forced them to limit invitations to these Fifty was as largo a number as they could entertain comfortably Fes tooning candid shades and heart shaped name cards were of red beautifully suggestive of love and and Iso for future When it is known that Miss Etta B Root Mrs Anderson Nunnelloy and Mrs W II Murphy as sisted Mrs Murphy one ceases to wonder at the number of delicious courses served Tho wedding presents were both numerous and handsome li To the Democracy of Lincoln Coun ty astmay be adopted for selecting the democrat ic nominees I feel that tho faithful work that I have donofor my party un der any and all circunstances since m young manhood entitles mo toyourcon sideration but I do not ask it solely on this account Iam perfectly willing that what over worth and ability I may have possessed as a public officer shall be determined by my past conduct In the offices of Jailer and sheriff I In vite tho closest scrutiny of my official recordMI havo been engaged In farming and stock raising all of my life and believe I am sufficiently well acquainted with tho values of all kinds of property to do equal and exact justice to the gov ernment and the property holder- S M OWENS MATRIMONIAL Bruce Montgomery and Miss Kate Walker popular young people of Col umbra were married Saturday G B Guffy and Miss Ralph M Da vis of Montlcellu secured marriage II cense and were made one at Lexington Senator Stephen B Elklns made th emphatic announcement in Washington that no engagement exists between hl daughter Miss Katherine Elkins and the Duke DAbruzzio of the Italian navyInvitations have been received by friends hero to the marriage of Miss Springfieldvon Nov 26th The prospective bride is said to be both pretty and popular while all who know Mr Wallace likeI and esteem him Fire which broke out at Paris gut enYr thetyoung women finished the morning meal Fivo buildings within the Inclosure of tho Indiana Reformatory at Jefferson ville were destroyed by fire The blaze did not reach the 3000 prisoners con fined in the ccllhouses The emperor and empress of China died within a few hours of each other and foul play is suspected in the death of tho empress The emperor died from natural causes Napoleon used to pull a mans car when ho liked him Roosevelt takes him on a 20 mile hike through brambles and briers a jHubbyMy dear the girl has left tho vegetables on the hall table WifeyDont be so stupid That Is my new fall hatu How do you stand on the question of a sane Fourth of July 7 Oh fudge Lets get Christmas over with first FOR SALE Mammoth llronto TurkllYi10fle growth and beautiful Owens train HIM W P n1H1ION Route No I Htnnford Ihone 81 NOTICE Ja The creditors of Mrs Nancy J Horton nn requested to Immediately null their damn legally verified to the Executor MKVllUIIOKTON Ft Thoiuni Ky t NOTICE I will dress hides for toils with hnlr on nnd will tau hides lor leather on thnres Will nlto pn market price lor tilde tJhnr lei Knislln Oltenhelm Ky Write K lJ Wnynesburg No PUBLIC SALE I I will twill nt public auction nt my homo on tho Cemetery street In the town of Urnb Orchard on HATUKHAY NOV 211t DsQInuingattooolockAx13uyentire lot of houiehold nnd kitchen furniture log upright piano ns good ns new I cook stove machine l top buggy nnd harness sow nnd two pigs mnro lid colt somo plows nod harness chickens ami other things too numerous to mention Alto my home If not sold before dnr of sale OIIAH IlUTOHKILCrubOrchnrd B ate lleynolds Auctio- neerPUBLIC SALE Having sold my fnrni I will on WKDNKHUAY NOV Si 1W- nt public outcry my personal property on acredltof 8 months nt per cent with iIIndIngUoiotllee consisting of good reliable hone Sgood cows will give milk nil Win ter hens phnton buggy sets single harness l good Shorse plow double shov tseton Computing Bvnles I platform counter scales I Ul oil tank parlor suit ofIsix pieces nil plush nlmost ns good new new 11 t10rnl organ fold Ing bed with Lull cotton mattress bedroom set 10th century deidgiu us good us new Idraiser nUll wnilutnnd rockers I what not center tnble 0 dining room ohnlrs extension tnbleiit vrnll brackets zllll eoerOtI kitchen table I kltuhen eolJl net Inewll clothes powcrchurn steel cooklug rouge l blue Rnuno 3bllrJltr oil stove good heating store lot of table ware stoneware hollow ware picture frames derrick for butchers use t steel block nnd tackle will cnrryl i Inch rope S bee hives and many other articles 1i0 will begin promptly at 10 A x at Oedar Creek on p n Drub Orchard nnd Htanford W 1JJAHVJ8 Cot J J Chandler Auctioneer JDont DENY Yourself Ythe pleasure and comfort of wearing one of our Pretty Coats or Fur Sets The style of Coats this season are very pretty and the prices are reasonable surpris ing values a- tS45Q to 25 There is nothing left out of these Coats to make them stylish sensible and comfortable Feelingsto draw a FUR COLLAR around yourjjeck or put your hands into a pretty MUFF We have them in a variety of Skins and at popu tar prices Did the Cold Snap Gate You without having bought your WINTER UN DERWEAR Perfect fitting Elastic Under wear and moderate in price is the kind we sell for Men Women and Children + H + ++ H ++++ + M ++ M H + M ++ SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD C KYiiirw ory iz r n c oG1o n o0n rcatOic g CDcg QOPD C n I +1000tjcCo C = 0= 0 J= 3 JrrtgcaF a = w o = rIc 9ga2 rTI 5 8Qc UJ= rre oj 0= E cCm = f u Cry r i p etQ c c S 4 =a oIt r J enQg = goQ yFGR acuC t fpmttPnB I TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoesj STANFORD KENTUCKY Shoes Shoes Have you bought Winter Shoes for your family If not let us reason with you We have been selling Shoes for more than 30 years We have made a special study of them We have seen many different lines and we feel satisfied we are offering the pubic the best values on the market Remember we carry a complete line of Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes we i E Perkins Crab Orchard u The Interior Journal Entered in the PotlOficert Stanford cu tuondcUut matter- S rUBuanan TVUPDAYS AND TRIDVY AT 100 PER YEAR CASl When not so paid 1100 will be charged L N TIME TABLE No tl Houth 1111 P x No SJ Houth 1JS rNo t4 North 435 A it Not Nortb sea r J05S RICE Agent r B D CARTER Now Liverv Depot Street Phono 96 8T NFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any person treipniilng upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to In traveling the pub Ho hlgh toury to stock from or over ale This reward refute to specleiI alto offer two each jo0ir ter 0 A S PRICE surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Oweley Building I will give a hand some Picture with each bill amounting to 5 or more G B Pruitt Moreland Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence 1hone Office 95 Insure with mo nod be fully protected Blue Grass Farm For Sale I 1 desire to tell privately my splendid Blue Ornu Fans of tug ncre In the Welt End of Lincoln county one mile North of MoKlnney Ferns lies on splendid pike na well n on the Q A O Railroad II trom llustonvlllo and tulle from Htanford the county stet Yarn li well improved end huN all necessary building fenced and nn abundance or water Convenlentto echoolsand churches and especially convenient for trader and chipper One of the heal itoclc farms In Lincoln county All of the land II product ive and a nmohlno bw run over every foot of It About lOOncreslncultlvatlouand th rop show for Itnelf tsncreusrebeingp- reparud for wheat this Kail For further particulars address or cull on M OWENS McKinney Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right faT rPCRD KENTUCKY- I McClaryJi Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery- STAWFOrtD KY Omcepl1oneI 7 IlomelPbouetl- t t 4j FARMERS DEPARTMEBTc FOR SALElO good yearling cattloj J B Foster 3tIFOR SALE60 bushels of bluegrass seed R C Arnold Stanforde Tho maximum loud of a Georgia mule is fixed by law at 2600 pounds Isaac Shelby sold to Henry Knight of Louisville 60 corn fed cattle at 61c Simon Goetz sold his place of 100 acres on the Harrodsburg pike to Mrs Wm Simpson at 115 per ncreJessamlno JournalGen John B Castleman has Bold his farm at Shakertown to P S Neal of Wilmore for 30000 The place contained 308 acres Harrodsburg Herald J T Wingato sold his farm of 181 acres in Boyle to John Donahue of Ma Hon county at 75 The farm lies on the Lexington and Lancaster pikes lIear DanvilleA Hundley sold to Fred Luzadi the prominent race horse man a yearling bay colt by Imported Ruskin dam Sister Molly 1300 This colt worked an eighth over the Lexington track In 11 15 second Advocate The American Tobacco Company of fered the tobacco growers 7200000 60 per cent of 80000000 pounds of tobacco in thn pool in Kentucky but the representatives of the growers obJect- Ing to tho premature publication of the offer adjourned without ratifying tho offerMr S T Harris sold to Chas Lute for Simon Well 78 as fine cattle as over left Lincoln county at Gc They averaged 1482 pounds and were an Polled Angus They will be shipped to Liverpool for tho Dukes and members of the House of Lords to enjoy during the Xmas holidays Tho Cardinal the property of Mrs W A McGibbon won the heavyweight class in the National Horse Show New York from 26 entries Cardim was the teammate of Chancellor the pair being shown at the Kentucky fairs during the 1903 season by T H Smile and winning more than 100 blue ribbon and numerous red ones George D Robinson bought 110 slop pens at 3c to Sic W B Burton Bold eight fat mules four to six years old to R M Edwards of Mississippi at 162 50 W G Shropshire of Winchester bought of W B Burton his show mare Ada Bell for 850 and his walktrot mare Lucile for 250 lie also bought a saddle horse from Davit Ross for 225Lancaster Record DANVILLE COURTA small crowd at tended Danville court yesterday nm business of all kinds was slow The cattle market was especially quiet- t sere being only about25 on the market Clay Bottom sold 10 heifer calves it 9 05 J D Whitehouse sold a pair of mules for 225 and to W C Carpenter a bunch of yearling steers at SJc lit Whitehouse bought 30 sheep at 5c Over 2500 turkeys have been brought to the slaughter pens in this city says a Richmond dispatch in the last three lays The crop is about 50 per cent b itter this season than last and the irice is about 50 per cent less than last year at this time On foot turkeys arc selling here for nine and 10 cents nnd it is predicted that they will not dvanco any higher than 12 cents dressed While the corn crop is short In Kentucky owing to the severe drouth It is not so allover the country Pre imiuary reports by tho Departments ol igriculture show that the corn crop is larger per acre and larger in the Ergregate than last year and that the quality is decidedly better than it was a year ago or for an average of 10 years All the crops this year aro highly satisfactory Few records are broken but quantities are large and prices good and the aggregate value taken out of the ground will robably foot up more than ever be fore Democracy Not Dead Declaring tho Democratic party cannot die and has accomplished more out of office in the last 12 years than the epublican party has in office W J Dryan bids his supporters not despair Tn the last issue of his Commoner he speaks of the election results and discusses the future Ho says The election of 1908 is over and the returns disclose a signal victory for our iponents but the principles for which our party stands the policies for which our party contends these are not dead Does any one believe tho American people will permanently permit secrecy as to campaign contributions Does- anyone believe the American people will permanently permit tho will of the- voters to be thwarted as it fa now by- the election of Senators through Legislatures Does any one believe the trusts will be permitted permanently to exploit the masses Does any one be jve consumer will permanently permit tho tariff to be written by the beneficiaries of that tariff Does anyone believe the public will permanently tolerate an estrangement between labor and capital Does any one believe 15 000000 of depositors will forever permit their savings to be jeopardized as at present Does any one believe the extravagance of government will go on forever unchecked Does any one bo- lIeve our Republic will permanently consent to a colonial policy with its hu iliations and its financial burdens During the last 12 years the Demo cratlc party has accomplished more out tl jfft lLJJIfI diMM office than the Republican party hal accomplished in office and this is a sufficient reward for those who fight for tho righteous cause It would have been pleasant to have been able to reward worthy Democrats with officlal positions They are looking for good government and they labor unselfishly for the promotion of good government As for myself let no one worry about my future Tho holding ofoffice is a mere incident in the life bf those who are devoted to reforms Tho re form is the essential thing If one can advance reforms by holding office then holding of office Is justifiable if one can best advance reforms as a prival citizen then holding office ia undcsi able Tho world owes me nothing I have been abundantly conpensated for what I have been able to do My life will not bo long enough to repay the peop1e for their support and for the confident they have expressed With an abiding faith in tho triumph of truth and an unfaltering confident in the righteousness of our cause I speak this word of encouragement to those who call themselves friends 1 shall keep step with them and march on If we are right as I believe we are it will vindicate us if we contribute as I believe we aro contributing to a cause that is founded on justice our effort will weigh in final victory Resolutions Passed by the Democratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Bo it resolved by the democrats county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Ca sey ands Garrard counties composing the 18th Senatorial district of Ken tucky that a call be issued by tho Dem ocratlc Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky for a mass convention to be hold at the respective county seats of several coun ties in said district on the 17th day ol November 1908 at the hour of 2 P M on said date for the purpose of select- Ing delegates from said counties to at tend a district convention to be held at Liberty Casey county Ky on tho19th lay of November 1908 at which Sena torial district convention there shall be selected by said delegates a democrat- Ic nominee for the said 18th Senatorial listrict of Kentucky Be it further resolved That the basis of representation from he said several counties in said 18th listrict shall be aa follows One dele gate for each 200 votes cast for the democratic nominee for president in the election of 1904 or fractional part of aid 200 votes Bo it further resolvedIThat In eprescntation bo entitled to nine delegates Casey ounty six delegates Boyle county tight delegates and Garrard county six delegates to attend said district con rention at Liberty Ky as aforesaid and that all known democrats who have heretofore supported the democratic ickot aud nil young men who have be ome of age since the last regular democratic election and who purpose to af iliato with the democratic party shall be eligible and are hereby invited to participate in said mass convention to be held in said counties Be it further resolved That the delegates selected from the several counties to attend the Senatorial District Convention and who shall hold credentials as such signed by the hairman and Secretary of tho County onvention shall be prima facie tn titled as delegates to organize and par cipate inthe District Convention J F HOLDAM Chmn CHAS F MONTGOMEKY Secy Poisoned Sweets It may bo sweet Just after dark Upon a seat Out in the park To sit 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