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THE INTERIOP JOURNALVilVOL XXXVISTANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1908 N0 76 11 h KINGSVILLE Mils Eva Leach who has been quite sick for Bomo time Is improving Prof A H Long of Alpine was hero Saturday for a short while Mr J L Johnson is Improving slowly Ho is ablo to sit up about an hour each dayTho following pupils of our Graded School were neither absent nor tardy during the last month of school James Flint Joseph Walters Eatill Gooch Earl Mudman Clell Walters Ernest Gourlcy and Herman Haggard iI Mr J F Davis of Columbus Ga I was here Tuesday and Wednesday working up members among tho railroad men for tho International Drothcr hoodof Maintenance of Way Employ es The fraternity is largely an in surance order Thero will bo a debate a spelling match and a pro supper at the school house hero Friday night Nov 27 Everybody invited to come and take part in tho exercises All tho young ladies are requested to bring a sample II of their beat Thanksjiving pies Mr C D Evans has bought out his partner Dr C M Thompson in tho lumber and planing mill business Mr Evans will still engage In tho lumber business at tho old stand Dr Thomp son bought a house and lot in Nicholast villo from Mr Evans for 2000 in thoI trade Bird hunting is the order of tho day here just now Many a poor bird has been killed and others havo lest part of their feathers or have boon maimed for life by tho shot of tho nlmrods within I the last few days Thero seems to bo a considerable number of quail in this community and the hunters are getting their part of them Robert Rlgnoya house just opposite the depot caught on fire about C oclock Tuesday morning Somo railroad men discovered the smoke and gave tho alarm There was quite a little ex citement for a while but the fire was soon extinguished The fire was caused by tho stove pipe passing through the wall close to tho ceiling The pipe became very hot and tho wall paper started the blaze The damage done to tho house was not very much Rev T B Stratton preached at the Methodist church Friday night and Saturday morning The quarterly con feronco was held at 2 oclock Friday afternoon Rev Stratton district super intendent of the Methodist church pro sided He loft here at noon Saturday for Bethel where ho is to dedicate the new Methodist church Thero have been 20 additions to the church since the revival has been In progress Mrs Wallace Walter has been serving the church as organist Dr It L Davison of Stanford was here Monday C E Freeman of Portland Tenn was In town tact Too dry Messrs Anderson and Gilliland tho teachers of our Graded School took their pupils to tho baptizing on Fishing 1Creek Tuesday afternoon After the they spent tho remainder of tho afternoon in an Autumnal outing A largo persimmon tree was visited and relieved of its fruit On their re turn each one carried a cedar branch with which they decorated tho schoolrooms Tho pupils report a good time The real original piping system for bootlegging has been unearthed by tho Topeka Kansas police The system was found in Negros houso In tho Bottoms Instead of a water sys tem being installed In one of the houses the police ran on to a regular arrange meet ofpipes apparently for tho accom modation of water but rosily for tho conveyance of beer to thirsty customers Detectives had watched the place day and night and when they believed that the evidence was good enough they e swooped down on tho tappers and corral led tho whole gang in tho house Threo of tho men hud glasses in their hands and were drinking and the rest were standing with empty mugs Tho pipes were supplied from a hogs head of been in tho attic How Is your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowling of No 223 8th Avoi San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude rut tho wonderful effect Electric Hitters In a case ot acuto Indi gestion prompts this testimonial 1 am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on tho market today This great tonlo and alterative medl clue invigorates tho system puriOes tho blood and Is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 60o at Pennys Drug Store The VlcarlIIlt true Samuel that your father allows games of chance to be played In your house The Boy Thero aint no chance about it sur they all cheats This country consumes 3000000 tons of sugar yearly about half of which is made in the United States f Above is tho picture of Lincoln coun tys contestant in District B7 of the Evening Post contest Miss Sine has made a good race thus far She has now nearly 120000 votes which gives her third place in this district or tho to Cuba However her hearts de is to get tho piano and with tho assistance of a few more of her friends this week she will win it as the contest closes Saturday night November 28 Miss Sino is one of the most pop lular members of the younger set of Stanford She is well liked by all who know her and she is expected to win as a representative of her locality The expression mind your Ps and Qs is so common that most of us have never given thought to its origin It le a peculiar phase of human nature that when wo grow up with anything from infancy we never investigate It The other night Professor Matte lee luring to his dancing class thus elucidated The initials stand for pleds and qustJM feet and pigtails It was tho caution given by all French dan cing masters as far back as the time of Louis XiV and up to tho time of the revolution It was then the fashion for tho feet to be put in position and tho bow to bo bo made very lowa thing most difficult to do gracefully without moving the plods or deranging the wig and throwing tho queue forward henco tho warning ministered by the tcrpischorean professor New York Press HIGHLAND Hog killing is order of tho day just nowSam Baugh sold some fat hogs to Mr Foley at 6c J C Arnold was in this neighborhood a few days ago looking for cattle Most of our tobacco growers have disposed of their crops at fair prices The prospect now is that the acreage will bo greatly increased next year C M Young is at London doing jury services Miss Fanny and Eftle Young have gone to Bethel Ridge to be pre ent at the dedication of the new M E Church Mr and Mrs E G Baugh C M Young and J M Cook at tended the quarterly meeting services at Kingsvillo last Friday ISeyen Years or Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the boat medicine to take for coughs and olds and tor every disonsmlconditlon of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo Tho world has had 3S years of proof that Dr Kings Now Discovery is tho best rem edy for coughs anti colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemo rrhago of the lungs and tho early stages consumption Its timely use always prevents time development of pneumonia sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c and 81 Trial bottle free Frankfort remmarkable phenomenon which is attracting much attention from tho physicians of that section of tho State Ben Sayrcs a Negro has turned white as a result off coming in contact with poison ivy Tho scientific explanation of the change is that the pigment of tho body has been destroyed by tho poison or by the med tine which was used to counteract it Watched FIPtearsII For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salvo and It has never tailed tocuro any sore bolt ulcer of burn to which it was ap plied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wit ton Maine 25o at Pennys Drug Store a Systematic Investigation of the Phil- Ippine Islands reveals tho fact that the group consists of 2600 islands while before the American occupation the number was estimated at 1200 NEWS NOTES Two loaded cages collapsed at a coal mine near Edwardsville and 200 men had a narrow escape from death Four children at Danville Pa have becomo infected with the foot and mouth disease contracted from Infected cattle Prof M A Scovell of Kentucky was elected president of the Association of State Universities and Experiment Stations The students of Michigan College hanged Negro students in effigy when the Circuit Court decided the school must admit them A B Lambert and E H Honeywell landed near Tiger Ga after an ex citing all night trip from St Louis In tho balloon Yankee Burglars ut Attica 0 discovered in the act of blowing a safe held citizens at bay until the job was completed and got away with 0000 Tho Commissioner of Internal Revenue is denied the request of a Kentucky distiller who wanted to put caramel and rock candy syrup in bottled Inbona whisky John McLean 58 years old Judge of tho Municipal Court at Crookston Minn committed suicide by jumping into the sluiceway of the Red Lake HlYerGRear Admiral Robley D Evans who recently went on the retired list has accepted tho chairmanship or the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Harbor Company In Five hundred thousand dollars in gold ire being coined every day at the Phil adelphia mint to meet the demand which has already set in for the yellow pieces for Christmas gifts An explosion of gas in a deep trench a in Gold street Brooklyn in which a number of men were employed cost probably 25 lives and threw that section of tho city into a panic Samuel Gompers was reelected pres- Ident of the American Federation of ci Labor One discontented representa live of the Socialist party voted against him The next convention will bo held in TorontoA Neb dispatch says Gov elect A C Shallenberger is confined to his room at the Lincoln Hotel and Is suffering from a fractured leg He was injured while being initiated as a member of the Shriners Through the death of her mother whose will has just been filed at River- head L I Mrs Elihu Root wife of tho Secretary of State will come into possession of a fortune estimated at from 50000 to 500000 Girth Spencer a prominent farmer of Owen Ind was accidentally shot and killed in Louisville by Miss Ida Reinhardt to whom ho was engaged The two were playing with a pistol owned by Miss Reinhardt All the bids for the building of the machinery of tho battleship Florida have been rejected by Assistant Secre any Newberry of the Navy and the machinery will bo built by the government In tho Brooklyn navy yard De Rosa a mechanic was killed and John Jubasz a driver was badly jured by the collision of their automo bile with a telepraph polo while the men were training at Savannah Ga for next Wednesdays small car race G J Magness alias Hartlovo who was arrested as a deserter from tho navy shortly after marrying Miss Ada Gorman in Louisville must servo a year in prison tho verdict of the court martial having been approved by thec Secretory of the Navy The commissioner of patents has ren dcred a decision in which he holds that tho protection of the law will not be given to any manufacturer who includes in his trade mark tho arms of tho Uni ted States or those of the various States orcities of tho country In the Bracken Circuit Court before or jury the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad was fined 150 for working section men on Sunday Time railroads defense was the necessity of tho work There are four other counts to be tried against the railroad of the same nature For five hours Friday John D Rockefeller underwent a rigid cross examina tion at the hands of Frank B Kellogg who is conducting the case against the Standard Oil Co for the government Mr Rockefeller was forced to make admissions as to rebates and confessed that his company had received a rebate on oil shipped by competitors In 1907 bo said the profits of tho company were 80000000 Hexamethylenetetramlne The above U tho name of a German chemical which la one of the many valuable ingredients of Foleys Kid ney Remedy Hexaraetbylenetetramlno Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a uric acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine Take Foloya Kidney Remedy as soon as y6u notice any irregularities and avoid a serious malady New Stan ford Drug Co IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES C W Potter aged 86 is dead at East aged 17 is dead at Buckeye Garrardcounty Hansford Sand aged 74 is dead in the Guns Chapel section of Garrard Mrs Kate Brown of Mercer has a loom made in 1767 and which is in good condition now The Central University eleven defeat ed Georgetown 20 to 0 In a gamo of foot ball at Georgetown Wm M Murphy is dead At Burks villa Ho was a denocrat and had filled tho offices of sheriff and jailer Martin Elliott a wellknown cooperator of Pittsburg was struck by a freight train which was backing into a switch at that place and dangerously hurt Ills spine is thought to be Injured and his injuries may prove fatal Sheriff Rice W Johnson and Officer Low Mays captured Floyd Frazier who under sentence to hang in LetcherI county He was captured on mountain near Middlesboro Frazier with seven other prisoners escaped from the county jail at Pineville He had been sent to that county for safe keeping Four large stock barns on Clifton Stock Farm at Shakertown owned general John B Costlcman of Louisville were burned entailing a loss of 25000 There was 4000 insurance One of the barns burned was built in 1815 and is said to be one of tho finest the State The origin of the fire is unknown Milo Shanks of Richmond but moro recently a resident of Washington has accepted the position of editor and general manager of the Elmira Advertiser Republican morning newspaper printed at Elmira N Y and owned by Representative J Sloat Fassett The sal iry attached to the position is 2500 a tear with advances promised if the lusineas of the paper justifies the in ease MATRIMONIAL E D Southern and Miss Clora De laney were married here Nov 19th Madam Rumor says that a handsome roung lady of this place and a Frank fort gentleman will be married this John Huguely of Danville has announced the engagement of her daughter Mary Vincent to Mr Mau rice Garland Fulton of Danville The wedding will be one of the beautiful society events of the near future The bride is the only daughter- J A Holmes and Miss Lillie Thompson were married in Lexington yesterday The groom is a member of the Crab Orchard mercantile firm of Ed miston Holmes general merchants and the bride is the pretty and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs R E Thomp son T E Deshon a prominent young man of Garrard county and Miss Lillie Conn were married at the home of the brideI in this city Rev W Fa Vaughn of the Methodist church officiating The bride is the sister of J T Conn the groceryman and is quite handsome Somerset Times Martin McCIeran aged 87 and Mrs Henry Logan aged 85 were married in Rowan county It was the third mar riage for the groom and fourth for the bride Mr McCleran is wealthy Mrs Logan was the mother of two Logan boys who were murdered by Craig Tel livers gang of feudists in tho streets Morehead in 1887 Miss Elizabeth Portman and Mr Clyde Anderson of Chicago were married yesterday at noon by the Rev R K Kelly of the Baptist church Mr Anderson is tho son of Mr and Mrs W A Anderson of Nashville Ind while Miss Portman is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs J E Portman of 110 West Chestnut street They left immediately for Chicago where Mr Anderson is In business carrying with them congratulations and best wishes a host of friends Louisville Post The bride is remembered and loved by many of our people who have known her from her childhood Winter blasts causing pneumonia pleurisy and consumption will soon be hero Cure your cough now and strengthen your lungs with Foloya Honey and Tar Do not risk starting the winter with weak lungs when Foloys Honey and Tar will cure tho most obstinate coughs and colds and prevent serious results New Stand Drug Cola the result of an Investigation into a number of incendiary fires in Corona- L I tho police arrested Mrs Marie Delaney a wealthy and respected widow on a charge of arson Two trainmen were killed and three were fatally injured in a collision between two freight trains on the Ann Arbor railway near Lakeland Mich I The blind population of Great Britain is about 40000 I ThanksgivingDay 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 Be Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY the Cincoln bounty national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky sub scribefor the teitucHy State Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for price and particulars to- W I P WALTON Frankfort Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST wMY Ttt TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOHPOBATtO r t The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON WL MCARTY Is a cnndlci te for Sheriff of Lincoln count democratporty M S BAUGHMAN Ii n candidate for BherlfT of Lincoln county democratparty JOHN J MOSER La candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count ieznocratparty M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count r Democratloprty JAMES Co HAY U a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count Democratparty DINK FARMER nonllnatlonthe action of the democratic party WILLIAM J DUNCAN Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county r partD C ALLEN contyn party J W FOLEY contyeubjecttothonctoaparty DUDDERARr Corniparty W D WALLIN couittyyS M OWENS Llneolncountyparty M F NORTH Is n candidate for County Attorney of Lin tbe1Jemocrntlo WILLIAM J BRYAN in a letter to Gov Noel of Mississippi concerning his future ambitions reiterated his for mer statement and in reference to senatorial honors said I note what you say in regard to the Senate We do not elect for two years yet and I am not sure that I shall be a candidate I prefer to do my work as a private citizen Even the Presidency was not attractive to me except as it offered opportunity to participate in the securing of reforms and I was a candidate only because it seemed to me from what others said that I might be able to strengthen the party MAYOR TOM L JOHNSON of Cleveland 0 for years reputed to be a millionaire several times over announced that practically his entire fortune had been lost He said that he would be compelled to give up his home on Eu clid avenue and also to dispose of his automobiles He added that a large spInby the late Albert Johnson his brother Mayor Johnson said he had spent comparatively little in politics He added that he would run for Mayor again easyjobtrying to start a new morning Democratic daily in Chicago and five are said to have offered to stand a loss of 25 000 a year each for two yean in order to give a new morning paper a chance to get on a selfsupporting basis Thats 250000 and yet Chicago ought to have a Democratic paper which strange to say it has not The Chronicle started out as such but was seduced and finally tucked its little toes under the dai r alesNEWS comes that Editor W P Walton of the Frankfort Journal got ostere during a recent visit to Louisville 1that may account for his giving Falls City the devil on his return ho Louisville is a pretty big proposition for a man who is used to nothing more metropolitan than Frankfort SPEAKER CANNON is expected to ar rive in Washington tomorrow to as sume charge of his campaign for the murn l believe Judge Taft will oppose him but they are ready for a fight if it becomes necessary MAYOR WOODWARD Atlantas drunken mayor is on another high lonesome and playing the mischief and effort will be made to impeach him is a pity that the great city of Atlanta can not have a decent man for its high est official As long as the lamp holds out burn the vilest sinner may return lithe Fult French the erstwhile mounts 8 feudist has joined the Batpist chur mhenceforth suherIncarnatefromused the business end of his boot on t skunk RETURNS from the 119 counties of the State completed by Secretary State Bnincr show that Bryan fece ed a total of 214243 votes Taft 334 plurality for Bryan 8909 votes The votes for the other tickets In tucky follows Prohibition b Socialist Labor 342 Peoples part 324 Independent party 77 A man a will in which the following clause appears Fiftycents be paid my sen in law to enable him to buy n good stout rope with which to hang himself Twill ha further provides that his daug ter shall not participate in the di sion of his estate unless she secures a divorce- eTim candidate for County Jud over in Woodford who announced his platform as being in favor of every pleasjoe ran fourth in a field of four Love of liberty seem to be in the minority that beautiful Bluegrass county POLITICAL Bryans vote in Kentucky is 1772 short of a majority but his plurality is 8874Jacob F Omelich republican was elected lieutenant governor of Mis souri votes 10Ofliclal returns from Minnesota she that Tafta plurality was 86353 Gor Johnsons plurality was 28002 Circuit Judge W P Sandldge has been renominated without opposition by the Democrats of tho Seventh judicial district There were 21329819 males otvall 10age in the United States at the last census Only 13969274 of them voted In the census year Dr J A Averdick has announc 10s candidacy for Prison Commissioner Put us down for the other fellow Bowling Green Messenger The Democrats of Warren county are going to have a primary election wit out the use of money or other forms bribery The election is to be held December An invitation has been extended Presidentelect Taft to visit New leans in the event of his making a trip to Cuba next February to witness the inauguration of the islands new gov eminent Wm J Baird the Main street bust less man whose name has been men Moned prominently in connection with the mayorality of Louisville has decided to submit his candidacy to the action the Democratic party anThe Democratic National Committee received in all 62064477 and sp ent J61941006 during the recent presd tialcampaign leaving a balance in hand of 123471 So reads a statement made public by the officers of the committee The first reunion of the members of the last Democratic State administra tlon which will be had since the mem here went out of office after the cat trophe in November 1907 will be h in Frankfort November 29th feature of the reunion will be a ban quet at which a number of the most prominent members of the Club will speak CHURCH MATTERS Thanksgiving services will be held the Christian church that day and R J Murray Taylor will conduct the e vice The Thanksgiving serviced this y will be held in the Christian church andS the sermon will be preached by Rev M Logan of Wilmore Jessamine Journal Rev A M McCarter and Prof H C Willette State Musical Evangelist will conduct a meeting atjthe Crab Or chard Baptist church beginning next Thursday The South District Association of Kentucky Baptists will hold a Sunday schoolconvention at Durgin next Friday Saturday and Sunday All tea ch end workers in the association presoakthea young Ken cmewith Miss Carrie Mastin aged 16 years and lived with her as man and wife in Chattanooga was given a term of three years in the penitentiary Tbe indictment was for violation of the age of consent law To The Democrats Of Lincoln Coun tyI am a candidate for jailer of Line In county subject to the action of democratic party 1 have always supported the de m cratic party and its nominees and whetIther or not I have had considerable experience as deputy jailer and am confident that I would bo able to discharge duties of that oflice to the entire of the people of tho coun haveanit er as Lincoln county ever had I appeal to the democrats of the county to give me a chance to do so Yours truly toWILLIAM J DUNCANn hea Here and Thereof MovJoseph Bryan owner of the Rich mond Va TimesDispatch died sud 8513denly Saturday Independent Fertilizer Company ywith a capital 50000000 was toter rated at Trenton N J Advices from Southern Illinois indl cate that the water famine is becomin acute in several communities Mrs William Tutt wife of a physician was shot and killed by Mrs Theo hlaSeven laborers on a handcar war run down by a Chicago Burlington an Quincy passenger train near Lagrange III and killed Ten or more persons are dead an twice as many injured as a result of a steamdrOrleansInfor bids for the erection of a building at the penitentiary at Frankfort that will cost 22000 This building will be used by the Ford Johnson Company- In r which 100 men will be empl- oyedNOTICE wI will dross hides for robes with bolt on shorestVfllalacpnJiPiKuisllnOttenhelmKy Write K F D No1 NOTICEI ngnlnatMrsIDg Ikerther moat pay by that dote or the claimwill be placed In the hands of an ofllcer for collection 1IV liD ALCORN edAulgneeMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 FA A St w111 rim t anhd titanofyRCurableOrZEMO a scientific preparation f external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause elclr diseasca Eczema quickly and it permanently cured by thla remarkable medJclnl AU Druggists Write far qerr McpiePennys Drug Store Fruit and Ornamental Trees anenno I Catalogue H F IIlLLBXMBYEU tL SON- aLexington Ka aanoldPPROPEIETOB Liviry Feed and Silo Stable KyatearContra Kentucky Real Estate Exdiaof TITLE CO pikeaeproperty11800Mo Boutb of Crab Or twostorybouseRooded i about 100 acres of this loud Is bottom atJlWaynelburlC J1WOoNo41m acres near Level Green Hock cattle county K This farm hat a new ystory frame bouse would cost to build now 2000 good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nice home end can be bought tor aW pur acre J4 cash re In months No 613 aoret tnlng the above lncultlvateonllwellingofsrocrosth0 count2 JmNober Good white oak hickory and some fine etchtyKyIWacrelln a barn end necessary outbuildings tine water yearstnearlyllnewbarnmiles front Kerea College Uash price p mlllltromflrllbllllllne attailorNo la1N acres near Htanford In blllldlngtcclln theboveJames L Whit Stanford Ky BUILDING LOTS InMorelandnear the for particulars tee Abe Minks Moreland Ky Good Farm For Sale poaKtn11e1Ebuthenstotliultonvllle It farm Is nil gesso except 10 acres and Is well ern trot ed soil foronethlrd cash nnd iHilance pM1fUCUIM1Hg FARM FOR SALE I grnulalldIYlnR analfendnll lulloIof water nnd good tobacco land Nan grow ing crop J A Cll VBNH Agent McKinney Ky TruthnEvery person in this city who is suf faring from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid lot external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor 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 Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Good Farm For Rent I desire to rent for Itoe my tarn of 10 OrchardOOr60acresarelp brlcltbooseand numerous Plenty of water Write or call on James F lloldam- Htanford Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex patients Thenyourolotheswbethera low eyenlnclothelwhich plainly Indicate tbe were made to our measure I will abotake your mans for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Yell and Wlntor sam ples on hand ready for your Inspection HO nu PLBT The Tailor ofNtanloN Ky INSURANCE lire Lightning WlndHtorrt1Lite as fcooldeut Novo as 3KHT Companies Represented Lowest Pot able Meter luaranteod Lou Paying lleo Kd Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Noel Adorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey null descended from a and unbroken flue of the most noted bulls end cows on the It land of Jersey England and Amerlln HII Is one of the heat bolo ever Imported nd his dam Is a show cow that has given 06 beIsome Ancestor sad have a strictly good now you should avail yourself of his set Ie will be allowed to serve n limited of approved registered cows out of our own herd this Inr for a fee of each tnkeeagegemrnt before sendln AOTTKItTelephoneN IIWo have to offer three extra choirbutt calves that will be told at right pri- cesCONCRETING We nre In position to do nil kinds of con eretlng 1uei at Block Work IVivcmenti RhDltlea you promptly and guarantee firstclass pricebefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS DOIQNB COPYRIGHTS Ac saddescrlptinnmaypuidlI Commllnltlonulrlctlaune ror Aocullntr rocelYifPttl4lnoUtl Scientific American- A Jitndsomelr IllmtnUwi wwklr TjirtMt rtr aearYorkbran RheumatismI stnltbtaotheistortedrowths back to flesh again That U Impossible lIu J can now surely kill pains and pangs 0 this dsplonhj disease In oertnanywIth a Chemist In the City of DrrmttadtI found the last nITedlent with which Dr Snoop Rheumatlo Remedy was made perfected dependable prescription Without that hut InrrtdltnU I successfully treated tonal tniny ca tt ItunU formlr tt1eU ettt ibletaieiorefs heretoore moch dreaded dlseate ATbos sandIlka granular water found In Itheun1llUgBlood1eCID to dissolve and past away remedy ufreely at doet tunr when added to pure water And then when alHOlred these poisonous wastes Hell paw from the system and tbs guar of Rheumatism Is tae forever There It now no real need no actual excuse te ruder longer without help We sell and In confidence ncoBMBd ShoopsRheumatic PENNYS DRUG STORE rtr RAIflIRAINTIts p chances ore it will NEVER QUIT nnd you will bo forced I to getIGood Boots and ShoesNow listen We do not GUARANTEE anything to botWATER PROOF but wo do believe our Shoes nro NEARER DRY and wear you MORE DAYS than most Shoes 25 years of selecting 25 yenta of soiling and watching makes me Know Them T- hoWalkover r tlaslCalf a heavy shoo with three soles to heel is as near dry as any light weight shoo at 350 and 400Hockcr Bootees twp leathers two lasts calf lined from top to too price S500TheiStaudarda high top heavy leather shoe genuino4ycalf skin lined I do not believe there can bo made n longer wearing nor a dryer shoe Its tho only article I oversold for years without one single complaint Price 5 These items are perfectly reliable and seldom disnppoint pnirdH J McROBERTSSTANFORD I KENTUCKY The Emporium ustonville Have now their Fall stock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts r f ever Attempted in HustonvilleO- ur prima always conservative Sec our Tailored Gowni now and prUTIWo have just introduced this line Ladies Skirts our Fall lino of Cloaks Ladies Miwes and Children you will find to be money tavern to you Shoo 1 stock now complete Wo have handled the Sterling Shoo for yearn to our Ifment i t change l CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KYiBeech NutIBrands Beans itsr BeechnutCranberryJelly Pineapple Preserves Peanut Butter Always fresh Call and sec the best lino on the market GEORGE H FARRIS I Art Our Beating Stoves are serviceable and are sold at rea sonable prices only Save the difference Geo De Hopper Stanford Ky J w The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Nov 24 1008 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS Mil AND Mns W B JARVIS arc on the tick list- ATTonNEY J C JONES of Plnovlllo was hero yesterday DR T W PENNINGTON went up to Mt Vernon yesterday Miss FRANCES ADAMS visited rela fives at Bradfordsvllle MR J D HIGCINS spent several days In Lexington last week DR W B PENNY and wife came over from Danville Saturday MR L J PARRIGIN is visiting his homefolks in Wayno county Mn AND MRS WALTER L MARTIN lor Paris are hero with relatives MISS EUZADETII SIMPSON of Gar I rard was tho guest of Miss Mary Phil lipsMRS KITTIB SMITH the nurse o Mrs E F Ilamoy returned homo Sat urday Mn AND MRS J M RAINES of Lebanon aro with Mr J L Jarvis and family Mns L HUGHES and Mr L Wearen Hughes are with Mt Vernon relatives MRS J E LYNN and Miss Louise Lynn are visiting Mrs J E Claun- cat SomersetMR NEVIUS wife and little son of Lebanon Junction aro with his mother hero JUDGE E W HARRIS and wife of Lancaster attended tho burial of Mr John F Cash MRS IvoN Fish of Crab Orchard spent several days with tho homefolks near Gilberts Creek Miss ALLEE OTTER left last week to spend tho Winter with her brother In CaliforniaJ WOODS will at tend tho wedding of MUSS Lillian Carpenter at Versailles tomorrow- T J HILL HESTER is tho name of a son that arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs Wm Hester a few days ago DR JACKSON GIVENS and wife of Pittibur spent several days with Mrs Paulo Denny and Miss Belle Denny MRS J C CALDWELL of Wayne vltlc N c and Miss Mary Logan of Louisville are with the Misses Paxton Miss JoserniNE HARKissof Preston burg will be the guest of Miss Sara Uaughman for the dance next Friday HARKINS who has been visiting tho family of lion M F North in the West End returned to Pinevlllo yes I terday Samfand Miss Amelia Von Allman of Indiana aro tho guests of Mr Adolph 111yon Gruonigcn- MESSRS JAMES YOWELL and Joe Will Rout and Misses Rose McCormack and Kay Sallce of Hustonvillc were hero Sunday afternoon MR W It DENIIAM has moved from a Lawton Okla to Oklahoma City that f State and orders his I J changed to 717 West 9th Street DR Roar McCORD of Lebanon here yesterday to see Mr Mark liar din Ho took Mr Hardinto his Infirm ary for an operation for appendicitis MRS BEN SPALDINO of Lebanon and sons Hill and Dr Clem Spalding of Louisville were up Sunday to see r Col Tt Rill who remains very feeble TUB Misses Engleman will have Misses M Kay Sallee Harrodsburg- Eflla Kitchen Ashland and Josephine Sandidge of tho West End as their guests for tho Stanford Social Club danco Friday night MESSRS E S ALBRIGHT J W Brown and J A Landram of Mt Vernon and David Jackson of London came down Friday night to see Con pressman Harvey Helm tako his first degree In Masonry Miss SALLIK TAYLOR WOODS will have tho following young ladies as her guests for tho Stanford Social Club danco next Friday night Misses Elizabeth Allen Mllicrsburg Margaret and tr 4t Joan Mount Lancaster Arabella and and Margaret Bogie Mt Sterling LOCALS GET Singletons prices on stoves r CHRISTMAS presents in profusion W H Mueller GENUINE Virginia saddles in stock JIC McClary MORE of goodcandy receiv ed at Farris SEE our new lino Rochester ware W H IIIgglnsjOUR houso will bo nextThurs day W II HIggins TURKEY roasters at special prices for Thanksgiving See them Farris HAVE you read about the South Bend watch 7 W H Mueller handles them rorjdrunkenneas I WILL havo on solo hero Saturday Nov 21st 40 howl of cattlo W G Gooch BRICK rcaidenco on Lancaster street for rent Possession Dec 1 P P Nunnelloy LOOK at turkey dewand got a handsome carver for next Thursdays work W II Higgins ROBERT fiveyearold son of James Thompson of Garrard died of bronchial illnessI place are erecting n twostory concrete dwelling for Josh B Adams nt Danvillo ILET tohomo tell you or moro maISEE the splendid Webber wagon sale at Coney Bishops store Mnr land Best farm and road wago made OUR store will bo closedThanksglv ing day Place your orders now for all the good things you want Gco D rrTim ladles of the Baptist church will hold on exchange and apron sale at the Stanford postofllco on Wednesday next Nov 25 Two gasoline engines one twohorse saleIStanford mahn a rce r county and bought 25000 pounds of to bacco at good prices THE L N will IIround trip tick eta to Louisville at 410 on account of Military Carnival Nov 30 to Dec 6 Inclusive good till 7thII AM doing my I on Danville Avenue two vited to call on mo there Miss Mar garet Bright Stanford SAM LEVITAN formerly with Sam Robinson of this place writes that ho and a Mr Klcnfers will open an upto dato stock of clothing genie furnish ings etc at Danville on Dec 17 WE movo that tho town trustees have the pump in front of the court houao put in condition It has been broken for weeks and should bo repaired at once If It Is needed at all now is the time MR L J PARUIGIN this place Is a stockholder and depositor in tho Citi zens National Bank of Monticello which failed last week His chances of losing a snug sum of money are most flatter- Ing wo are sorry to say TUB court of appeals reversed the judgment of tho Garrard Circuit Court In tho case of William Ward who was fined and given six months In jail for drawing a pistol on County Attorney J E Robinson at Lancaster IIEulDr A M elm died of ty phold fever in a Lexington hospital to which place ho was taken from his homo near Paint Lick Ho was a son of Mr James K Helm of the West End and was a fine young man Ho is survived by his wife nnd two children The burial occurred at Danvillo Friday ADAMS Mr Robert P Adams tho popular and wellknown drummer died of typhoid fever at Danville Sunday night aged about 45 Ho is survived by his wife and ono daughter Mr Adam traveled for the grocery firm of Bryan Day Hunt of Lexington and was ws one of tho beat liked traveling men who made this section I on one of my deputies will bo at tho following named places to collect tax Mt Salem Tuesday Nov 2lth from 9 oclock until 12 A M At Mc Kinney In the evening At Moreland on Thursday Nov 26th and at Huston villo Saturday Nov 28th Meet mo there and get your receipts and save tho penalty T J Hill SL Co ELSEWHERE in thlo issue will be found the announcement of lion M F North who Becks the democratic nomi nation for county attorney Mr North has very creditably represented this county in tho Legislature and has shown that ho Is a man of integrity and worth Ho is a good lawyer a democrat of tho strictest typo and has many friends who will be glad to see him nominated and elected TUB L J man spent a few hours in Somerset Saturday and is hero to deny the report that Pulaskis capital Is a dead town Business generally is good there over 400 men are at work in tho Q C shops and prosperity is evident on every hand It is true thero aro somo vacant residences hut the stororooms are all occupied and filled with good stocks Two immense hotels do a world of business four widoawako papers aro prospering tho carpenters ham mer is heard in many parts of town and the beat of all there are fewer loafers than we havo ever seen there Tho fountain and park being built in tho square at a cost of 3000 will material ly help tho apperrance and comfort of Somerset and her people aro justly proud of it Oh no Somerset Is not goodjror A No 1 cutting box for salo cheap Farris SOLID sliver spoons forks etc in larger quanitica than ever W II Mueller BLACK cake ingredients oranges ap- plej Bananas lemons celery etc for Thanksgiving at W H Higgins TRY a load of Fox Ridge coal A trial will convince you that it is the best coal on the market No cinders no clinkers and little ashes J II Baughman Co Miss CHARLOTTE L WARREN will have on exhibition and for salo a collection of water color pictures at th St Asaph Hotel Tuesday Dec fro 9 M to 4 P M The public is cordially invited to attend Saet gont years a Tinsley Spoonamoro In the case o B F Goodo against Tol Timberlake over a mule trade Mr Good got a judgment for 13110 FIRE AT MT VEKNON Firo originat ing in the restaurant of Hysinger ICo at Mt Vernon destroyed the brick buildings occupied bv Robert Cox general store C C Cox furniture S B Ramsey meat market and Dr D D Southard office and fixtures Loss 6000 insurance 1100 MR WILLIAM J DUNCAN of the West End announces himself in this issue as a candidate for jailer subject Ito tho democratic party Mr Duncan Is a splendid democrat and has done good service for his party and its nominees and asks now to be remem bered by selecting him jailer of Lin cola county EVERY merchant large or small de sires his share of the holiday trade In order to get this he must let tho buyers know what ho has for salo and the only accurate way to do this IsI through tho columns of a reliable news paper Do you catch this little suggestion Mr Merchant t If not we will make it plainer liON R L HUDDLE otherwise Took of Lincoln who has repre seated the Eighteenth Senatorial dis trict for the last four years has scour ed another nomination against tho wish es of Boyle county whose time it is to name tho candidate The other coun ties of the district Casey Lincoln and Garrard voted for him because he was the strongest candidate to win in tha close district and if Boyle should you a Republican will come hero next time wo very much fear Frankfort Jour nal Mn SAMUEL N COWAN of Montana a guest of Judge M C Saufiey is in Stanford renewing his acquaintance with the few surviving Confederate soldiers in Lincoln county Mr Cowan and Judge Saufley were lieutenants of the same company of tho 6th Regt Morgans Cavalry This regiment com manded by Col J Warren Grigs by and Lt Col Napier was distinguished dur ing the war for its valiant service and because of its heroic bearing in Met guns last battle on tho Ohio raid was called by Gen Duke the Bastion Regi ment Mr Cowan was selected as one of the honorary pall bearers of his old comrade Mr John F Cash whom he had not seen since they separated on tho field of that hard fought battle CASH One of Lincoln countys best and most substantial citizens passed into the great beyond when Mr John P Cash breathed his last at about Go clock Sunday morning aged 66 He had been ill of pneumonia onry a few days and while he was very ill from the start his physicians and family had hope for him until Saturday when the worst came Mr Cash is survived by his wife and three children Mesdames J W Hagin of Covington H C Baugh man of this place and Mr James N Cash of the Turncrsvilio section Only 10 days ago he burled his oldest daugh ter Mrs J Randolph Harris mention of which was made in these columns Deceased had long been a citizen of this county and no man stood higher Ho was a gallant soldier in the Confed orate army nnd a Southerner in all the word means Ho was one of Lincolns wealthiest men a director In the Lin coin County National Bank and in the McKinney Deposit Mr Cash was an extensive farmer until a few years ago when ho Bold his splendid farm near Turnersville and moved to Stanford Ho seemingly enjoyed town life nnd took great interest in his handsome Danville Avenue home Much sympathy is felt for the aged widow andI children in their loss of a devoted hus band and kind and indulgent father Rev H C Garrison preached an apI propriate funeral sermon at the late home at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon after which a large concourse of friends followed tho remains to Buffalo cemetery and saw all that was mortal of tho good man consigned to mother earth Following were tho honorary pallbearers Judge J W Alcorn Judge M C Saufley Messrs S H Shanks Walter Fields James A Glv ens J C Hays George S Carpenter and Dr J B Owsley Tho active pall bearers were Messrs J E Bruce WI M Bright W H HIggins T J Hill Sr J ti Foster and J W Baughman THURSDAY Thanksgiving Observe it with decency and becoming dignity TilE Texas Ranger Co gave a good show to a fair audience here last night OYSTERS celery cranberries fowls and fruits for Thanksgiving Farris Fort SALE Pure strain Bronze Tur keys and Plymouth Rock Roosters Mrs J N Cash Turnersville wellIOrchard died there and was buried Friday Nice lino of rockers center tables andoPencesm FOR RENT House with three rooms five acres for tobacco10 or 15 acres for corn Will rent to right party Lock Box 161 Stanford Ky wasfcounty committee and in Garrard Jas I Hamilton was elected TUB ladies are roving good bowlers Sargentsbowlingsues wo will give some of the best scores made by the young people THE fiscal meetyesterday and employed Frank P Milburn Co of Washington D C to fnrnish plans for the new court house and they are to be ready in December when the contract will be let- SCIIooL RALLYAt Crab Orchards Nov 30 10 A M at Stanford Nov 30 2 r M at Hustonvillo Nov 307 P M Every trustee teacher parent and pupil aro urged to attend Supt T J Coles speaker G Singleton Supt TUB pupils of hoMpriery depart ment of the Stanford Graded School will have Thanksgiving exercises at the college building chapel next Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock Patrons and friends are cordially invited to attend TilE theCitizens Nation al Bank of Monticcllo is 31000 up to date and still growing Judge Charles W McConaghy who was its cashier is in jail at Newport awaiting his trial His bonu was raised to 20000 by Com missioner J R Cooke at Somerset Sat urday and he said he would not ask his friends to help him but would go to jail and await results IN the primary in Boyle Saturday B liarsassessor feated John S Baughman W S Fitz gerald won over W F McDonald for jailer John W Rowlings beat John P Dolling for school superintendent and W F Pittman was nominated over T P Reed for Representative The races were nil hotly contested but no trouble occurred UNBOUNDED sympathy is felt for tho family of the late Mr John F Cash Less than two weeks ago these good people were called upon to give up the eldest daughter Mrs J Randolph Barrie and on Sunday morning the husband and father was taken May a gracious God give the survivors strength to bear the blow that has been dealt them Tho loss does not fall upon the family alone however for the com munity suffers no little by the calling hence of this excellent father and daughter Miss ADDIE MCCLARY has been added to our faculty and assigned to the 6th grade oral Miss McClary Is from Stan ford Ky a town which has becomefa moos the past few years for supplying so many excellent teachers of the dent Whenever a Superintendent needs a good teacher right quick Stanford can generally supply one Miss McClary was trained in the Kentucky School and has had several years experience of successful teaching in the North Da kota and Nebraska Schools She has taken hold of her work with vim and enthusiasm and we think the school is to be congratulated on securing her Little Rock Gazette TUB following committeemen were elected by the democrats Saturday af ternoon Stanford S J Embry Jr T A Rice and J Bledsoe Bailey Row land Buck Holtzclaw Crab Orchard J M Cress and Lewis Bell Huston ville William North and W S Drye Turnersville Walter Martin Waynes burg Dr A K Caldwell Kingavllle Dr C M Thompson Highland J H Carter In most of the precincts representative men and democrats were chosen Tho members all met yesterday and elected George L Penny chair man and Blcdsoo Bailey secretary Both selections are satisfactory and the democratic party should bo in better fighting shape than ever with them at the head FOR SALE I Mammoth Bronze elnrge growth and beautiful plumuglO or blurb o Owens itrnln W V D1HHON- Ilouto No I mnnforU Phone 8r NOTICE Ie The creditors of Mrs Nancy J Horton nre to Immediately mall theIr- clnlmllegally verified to the Executor UKVBOlIOnTON It Thomas lfy Dont DENY Yourself the 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- t45O to 25 There is nothing left out of these Coats to make them stylish sensible and comfortable sIft It a Comfortable Feeling to draw a FUR COLLAR around your neck or put your hands into a pretty MUFF We have them in a variety of Skins and at popu lar 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 ttttttttt + SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING We extend to tho public a most cordial invitation to call and inspect our lines of Fall ann Winter Goods We are showing some of the best nnd cheapest UNDERWEARO- ftho season in ladies misses and childrens sizes A new lot just received Also n new line of Womens and Childrens high grade Hosiery Womens nil wool knitted Skirt colors blue and black with fancy borders and crochet edges Novelties inilkNeckwear Pockets Belts and Beltiup at n reasonable price Call1indsee th- emTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Shoes Shoes 8Have you bought Winter Shoes for your family If not let us reason with youjjfWe have been selling Shoes for more thanfSO35 years We have made a special study of them We have seen many different lines and we feel satisfied we are offering the pub lic the best values on the market Remember we carry a complete line of ens ladies and Childrens Shoes 4u waPerkins CrabOrchardI I I TKc Interior Journal Snleredinthe Post Ofce o4 Stanford ell nwndciau maser rOXXJSlBBO T0ESDAYB AND AT JOO PER YEAR CASH taiWben not so paid 1100 will be chsrg y L N TIME TKBL No lHouthllJl v No 23 Houth It S8 P x No II North A x N0 NortuJHS P M JOS Se RICE Agent aD CARTER New LtYerv Depot Street Phone 96 ITANFOADdKENTUCKL or dotnglnluryto stock lu traveling the put Ilohighway or Injury to stock from tbo lands of Tbl reward refers to I and future I also offer a spec fa metalesand lroeachJOCarpenter i A S PRICEt Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store it t the Owaley 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 Phone 3d omce 85 Insure with me and be fully protected Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 iplemJdBiuolirasWest End of Lincoln county one North of MoKlnney Farm lies on splendid pike us well us on the Q A O Railroad Is SH from Huutonvlllo nnd 8 miles from Stanford the county seat Farm Is well improea IInd b011i1l necessary bulldlngl fenced and nn abundance of water Convenient to schools and churches and especially convenient for traders and IIblppt41 One of the drat stock farms In Lincoln county Alt of tho land Is product Ive and n machine lie run over every foot of It About IWacreslncultlvatlon and the crop shows for lt elf acres are prepared for wheat this Fall For further particulars address or call on M OWENS MoKlnney Ky JLBeazleyCo j UndertaKerff and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur aiturc MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for- all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TTiNFOKD KENTUCKY JC McClary ta6 Undertaker Embalmer and HornossBAddierjw STANFORD KY- toacsPbone = OuePhone83 r I FARMERS DEPARTMENT catUejJFOR SALtt50 bushels of bluegrasB seed R C Arnold Stanford J W Williams and Frank Smith sold a carload of fat hogs Saturday at 5 SO L C Myers has rented James FI Holdams home and farm at Crab Orch and and will get possession Jan 1tAustralian dairymen have sJ1ved 200000 a year using straw instead of wooden boxes for shipment to England The acreage of wheat sown In the county this taU is more than double that of any past yearMt Vernon SignalThe Secretary of Agricultures report shows that the crops of 1908 are valued at 3000000000 the greatest In the countrys history W B Burton bought of B D Spears and T W Duckworth of Nlcb ilasville 11 mules and four horses for 12325 Lancaster Record Paradoxical as it may seem farmers wives of Berks county Pa keep sweet corn perfectly fresh nil winter by ing it down in stone crocks or cedar the largest tobacco farm in the world a 25000 acre affair near Amsterdam Ga is grown about a third of- aU the Sumatra tobacco used for cigar wrappers In the United States LANCASTER COURT Thera were bout 300 cattle on the market yesterday and most of them changed hands ome sold as low as 2c but others reached the 4c mark Few horses and mules were sold and the day was a very quiet one The East Buffalo Stockyards have been ordered closed pending a general clean up and investigation of the outbreak of foot and mouth disease The entire States of New York and Pennsylvania have been ordered quarantined by the Department of Agriculture The American Tobacco Company bas bought 75 per cent of the 1900 pooled tobacco at scheduled prices and 75 per cent of the 1900 pooled tobacco at graded prices to average 17 cents round This will give the Burley Tobacco Society nearly 12000000 and- that enormous amount should greatly loosen up money matters in the Burley districtThere was general rejoicing throughout the Burley tobacco district when It became knownof the advantageous deal- tbe Burley Tobacco Society had made with the American Tobacco Compan iroughout the entire district general tisfaction was expressed at the prices the society has received for the pooled tobacco of the crops of 1906 and 1907 A general business revival is sure to- follow in this particular region of Ken tuckyA W King local representative of American Tobacco Co shipped a car of 15 hogsheads of tobacco to Louisville last week He purchased durinJt- the past season about 185000 pounds a an average of about 15c per pound There was a small court day crowd- here Monday Some cattle were on the market but not many heard of any- oher stock Auctioneer J B Chambers reports the following sales entytwo 500pound heifers 14 to 18 25 37 650pound steers 22 25 to 2350 mules 100 to 165 horses 60 to 165 Merchants report business of all kinds dull and collections slow Jessamine Journal About Breaking Land With the very open fall and winter we are being blessed with the opportunity for winter breaking is very favorable Just as the land is prepared so will the crop be No matter what the- planting is to be the getting of the soil In roper condition is the most Important operation Before breaking broadcast what manure you have over tho- land and turn it and nil the vegetable matter under This means increased- crops at no additional expense By the way the Queen Crescenl manatement are issuing a booklet con- tainlnl information how to pack fruit nnd vegetables for shipment by freight and express a copy of which will be- mailed to any trucker or farmer mak Inlt application to W It BambergeAg rlcullural Supt Lexington Ky If you suffer from constipation and- liver trouble Foloys Orlno Laxative will cure you permanently by stlmu- lating tho digestive organs so they wll1 act naturally Foleys Orlno- Laxatho does not gripe is pleasant to take and you do not have to take- laxathcs continually after taking- Orino New Stanford Drug Co Mr Clarence LeBus who engineer- he the tobacco deal is the man of the hour and the tobacco growers are ris- Ing up and calling him blessed To him and to his right bower Miss Alice- Lloyd and also to the night rider lire due the most gigantic deal as- weUa the most successful one of the dec ide in Kentucky Frankfort Journal a Foloys ffoney and Tar clears the lur passages stops the Irritation In the throat soothes the inflamed membranes and tbe most obstinate cough- disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened anti the cold Is expelled from the system New- Stanford Drug Co Extra Early Potatoes Potato growers can materially advance the harvesting of their crop by sprouting the tubers before planting out The potatoes must be sprouted In moist sand or soil and planted out with the tips of the sprouts barely covered or if danger of frost has passed with the tips of the sprouts just showing above tho soil Cultivation of course follows as usual Largo area can not be planted In this manner ow ling to the expenses but near large where there is a demand for early potatoes at a good pnco or for family use this method may be pursue with decided satisfaction By this pro cess potatoes may be harvested from seven to 10 days earlier than by the old method and the yield will be from 20 to 30 per cent greater The Agricultural Department of the Q C will be glad to detail the process tc anyone deciding to try it Bambergc Mind Your Business I If you dont nobody will It Is your uilnoss to keep out of all tho trouble you can and you can and will keep out- of liver and bowel trouble If you take- Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep illlousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 25c at Pennys Drug Store Despite its great size elephant has but eight teeth I The Remedy that Always cures ZFHO h ttcotolltd II Ut most hontit tat toiler ZEilaitinUr tellers sad pottdnlr sad terms ready cotes Ecxras sad til Itchii skis dluuo Gets botui todayAd progglra Write rot umk W Rose Ut4tdAe SL teals U XtRAGOOD CLOTHES FOR BUYS Ederhcimer Stein it Co Ma- kerHERES the over coat for which most parents have indicated a prefer ence Its the newest style a mighty sensi ble coat best protec tion from the cold Youll find the ones we are soiling have the Xtra gooD label only store in town representing this nuke Its standard everywhere If you foil to get it youll probably have occasion to wish you had Weve a good assortment of this style in the beat patterns for ages 7 to 16 Other styles if you prefer H J McRoberts e RHALSAM New r11fN ta s 4oeapeP iuerlat oll deter to Atore Or heir t it Ltft tr- Ow 0 Good Home For Sale 1 I will sell at public outcry nt II oolock Haturtlay morning VQJo imn It IOM the liMe Good dwelling anti necessary outbuildings Over an nero or lot Jloso to urmlril ichool Ami churches nail In a iplonUld little town Terms mad known on dn at sate loutI Ion ut on011 Admr Isaac town- nPUBLIC SALE I OX TUKHDAY WHO 8 Iwilt offer ut solo on my llfernllCI lenities from lluitouvlllc Ky on Urad turnpike all of my bounoholil and kitchen furniture farming Implement or all kinds I two horse wagon bllliliel I surrey I cart IW barrels oJltra earn milk cows ywirllng itoor wagon hnrnuu hUll Ky harness plow Rear quantity of Ilr serves cnnncu goods now ranK cooking stove ateJ O nART1 RAtT Itustonvlllo Ky Cot J P Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction nt my bolO On Danville Avenue btglnnlngat oclock p on 8ATUHDAY NOV jj IMS a lot of household ahd Kitchen rurnlture obslsttngot urn t suite of urnlturo Velvet Otupotl Velvet Uru ct splendid Meal Range Dining Tubl l halts splendid Felt Mattress and HOod of nuns other Furnl MPrlnfinll1 new and II In escelllln condition Terns made known on day of- anlo J It llAjmiHHUaford JI Chandler A- uctPUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm f will on WKPNKHUAY NOV 16 RU- ttier at public outcry my personal property nitcnMltof 0 ill 4 per teat wltb note and approved surety for all sums of at Inib Orchard Ilan- igCosonlueconatatinqof good reliable orso 2 Rood cows all Winter 10 liens photon buggy 1 sets Ingle irness good Sborsa plow double sbo el I log chain A harrow corn shelter let blacksmith tools lwtiflborrow1 HIIlIPO Computing Hcalcs l pisiform coullhr lIealII60gnUon oil tank parlor suit or- IIX almost as Ing tw settinedroom set Klh century design in a w1dreeser chit withstand rockets lint not I rtiiter table dining room mire extension Swale brarkits zlrw revered kitchen table I klhhU Inlll- net inrwil clothes prrstl foot powrhu lt1 DOklllg range I name 1lIurllfr aU stove good heating stove lot of table are stoneware bollow ware plture rnllllll derrick for butchers ux t t1block end tuekl will Irry l articlesloe hives end many other begin promptly at W A x at redar Oreek on pike lMtvven Crab Irrhnrd and nntord W IIJAIIVIH Col J PChamller Auctio- neerPOSTED below strict- rbltlhmttingabingoruny kind or tea using on our places prosecute YI olatora to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mattle White f W Carter lien P Martin M K tawrenee Tlnsley HKx namo lH Hooker J M retius T A lUco Joseph llallou J L llolticlaw hasty sirs J K 1ulllnm 1L L Pulllnm- Messtr A Paxton Mrs It L William lames Jf Cash J Kevin Carter M II Mrs Jill Paine UUamenlsch Dr J url lIttr Thomas Kerrlll JOHrimn- Oavld llurton A I Thompson IC itichnntson JM Wart Miss Hattie Hewes Itelchenlinch llros fred liaumann A T Tray lor MlhurnGoooh N II Plussner Will tester UO Nunnelley J W iUughman J W Peck J K Bruce David Htevens Olin Onmenlsoli WmCordler Inn Traylor M I Pinion lot Illi Krixl llnmlorf L J Thompson H M 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lino of allwool coats from 500 to 1500 Give us a call Always pleased to show my line Also a complete line of Dry Goods Boots and Shoos SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY w Tooth Brushes i If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes WeI have all sizes and shapes PENNYSi DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky rawMwAew wasw rrr rr Lap Robes Foot Warmers Horse Blankets Lard Presses Meat Cutters Hog Box Bottoms Etc WeH HIGG1NSJ I plrsf Waflonal Hank il Stanford Jyto 41 OryamxtJ J8S2 Capital Stock SSOOOO Surplus and ItnttMtlttt Profit S9OO0 faa paid in fiiotdoncts since Organlxatton 32ft 500 fnvito Wow jfccounts on Our ferits OFFICERS DIRECTORS IresidentF Reid J H Daughman HockerJ S VlcePresidentM D Elmore J M Pettus S T Harris H Baughman J F Cummins John McRoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson H C Baughman Asst Cashr T P Hill J S Hocker WWSaundersOookkeeper C E Tate- If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est 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