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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tt J jYOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 6 1909 MO 46 MARKSBURY Mi s Jennie Swope is vIsiting in Lex ingtonBro Shouse la holding a meeting near Harrodaburg but will be homo In time to fill his place at the Fork Sunday Mr A J Rice who has malarial fever la better N II Bogle Jr of Lexington visiting John Royston Jr Farmers are all through with wheat now Into meadows and hemp all those who can keep away from Danville fair II M Stansifcr preached his farewell y sermon at the Grovo Sunday having accepted the work at Berea for his full time May Gods blessings be with him In his new work Quito a number enjoyed the hospital Ity of Mr and Mrs M F Rout Thurs S day when they entertained In honor of their daughter Mrs It A McGrath and son Richard of North Carolina- M F Rout has bought a farm near Lexington and will move about Sept 1 We give these splendid neighbors and friends up with much regret With them much success in their new home and are ready to welcome them back at any time Mr Will Anderson of Alabama Is visiting Mr Josh Kemper lie preach ed a fine sermon at the Fork Sunday If people would only take some of the goodadvice how much happier wo all would be Sowing wild oats we will never reap pleasures Mr It A McGrathof Greenville N C will arrive Friday to spend a few days Dick travels for Belknap Coat Louisville Ky Mrs Mack Elliott and Miss Eliza lion will join a crowd at Lexington Wednesday for a trip to Buffalo Cleveland and other tipointsof Interest The crowd will be chaperoned by Edd C Gains of Lan cute Miss Allco Henderson of Florida arrived Sunday to spend several weeks with her cousin Mrs M T Robinson More About The Kings Mountain Graded School In a letter last week to the INTERIOR JOURNAL J W Acton and M 0 Mur Iphy made tho following statement in to Kings Mountain Graded School At a regular meeting of the board of trustees in May when wo re tired as President and Secretary Dr Acton Informed them that the tax had to be levied in June and that Murphy urged the secretary to see that tho tax was levied in fiscal year This was never put before tho board in that warl but wo were Informed that wo plenty of time to levy the tax and all members of tho board were willing to levy tho tax at any time but thought It not necessary to mako tho levy so early Wo did not have a copy of the 4 school law and failed to get one and wore compelled to depend upon the re tiring president and secretary who did havo tho school law for information In their letter they say they retired alto 4 president and necrotary In May Of l ricers of tho now board were not elect ed until tho 4th day of Juno In Murphy statement ho said ho urged tho secretary to See that tax was levied in fiscal year On or about July 10th when Murphy was asked If ho knew the time had passed to levy tax he answer ed Yes I know it had to bo levied in Juno but didnt think there was any uso saying anything about It We are sorry tho tax was not levied but are willing to boar our part of the criticism and expect other members of the board to da the same W F LANE President W B Snots MoRKia WALL Secretary Tho bill for a prohibition amendment to tho Constitution came up in the Ala bama House It provides for an elec tlon on this amendment on tho first Jt Monday after tho cjcplration of three months after the present session ends The bill forever prohibits tho manufac l ture sale mid keeping for sale of alco holic and malt liquors and other Intoxi N eating liquors and beverages with the exception that alcohol may bo sold for medical scientific and mechanical purposes and wino for sacramental pur poses under such regulations as the Legislature may prescribe No matter how long you have suf fared Foloya Kidney Remedy will kelp you tics S L Bowen of Wayne W Va writes I was a sufferer from kidney disease so that at times I could not get out of bed and whoa I old I could not stand straight I took Foloys Kldnoy Remedy One dollar bottlo and part of tho second cured me entirely It will cure you Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Calhoun Harris secretary and assist ant cashier of tho Orr cotton mills at Anderson S C was arrested and charged with breach of trust Expert accountants who are going over his books announced before the arrest that f0000 was missing Harris said the apparent shortage will be found to boI due to errors December wheat contracts fell to 99i t1a Chicago r 1he MIDDLEBURG W M W will meet at the Bap I list church Saturday afternoon for the I transaction of business All members are requested to bo present George W Drye and Miss Wesley drove to Liberty Saturday and were married Mr and Mrs McClellan Mc Aninch accompanied them Sam Sharp Q R Jones John Coul ter Joe Elliott and R M Sharp will leave Thursday for fe weeks sojourn on the banks of Green river ut Neutsville They will camp out do their own cook lag and have a general good time Coulter McCormack are about the llvllest stock dealers we have had in this section in years They arc on the move day in and day out and there is nothing too large or too small too fat or too poor for them to buy Besides they seem to pay good prices for every thing A protracted meeting has been in progress at the Christian church at Yo semite since July 27 Rev Joseph Montgomery is being assisted by Rev Z T Williams of Columbia Mrs Williams is with her husband and us alsts in the wag service which Is quite an Interesting feature Luther Tomes united with the church Sunday which is the only addition to date Tho meet Ing will likely continue through this weekWilson Jones of Moody Texas ar rived a tow days ago and is shaking hands with ins friends Miss Bessie Winfrey of Pellyton Is visiting Miss Bcasid Lawhorn at Yosemite and tak ing In tho protracted meeting Clay Vest and family of Burneide are via iting his father John Vest Little Misses Ida May and Irene Kclsay of Burnside were guests of Mrs Jason Colfey and other trlendi at Yosemite Miss Bessie Lee is with her grand par ents Col and Mrs Miller at Kings ville Geo P Fogle of Venito Oklu is with his mother Mrs Martha Foglu Kentucky Fair Dates Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days Tuylorsville Aug 104 days TrlState Fair Middlesboro Aug 1- 1I days Harrodaburg Aug 123 days Lawrence burg Aug 174 days Richmond Aug 183 days Perry villc Aug 183 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Brodhed Aug 183 days Shelbyville Aug 245 days Elizabeth town Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Somerset Aug 314 days Frankfort Aug 314 day Nicholasvfllc Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Paris Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days Washingtons Plague Spots He In tho low marshy bottoms of tho Potomac the breeding ground of ma laria germs These germs cuuso chills favor and uguo biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and general de bility nnd bring suffering or death to thousands ellrlUuL Klectrlo Bit ters never fall to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They are tho best tillrouud tonic and cure for ma laria I over used writes R M James of Louollen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 60c Guaranteed by Pen ny a Drug Store BECAUSE Denny Good referred to him an Peacock P Johnston in his paper Tho Focus Maj P P Johnston adjutant general walked tote tho lat tars office in Louisville and struck him over the head with a heavy cane The Major hadnt called out tho State Militia to assist him in quelling Goodo up to tho hour of going to press For Indigestion and all stomach troublo take Foleys Orlno Laxative as It stimulates tho stomach and liver and regulates tho bowels and will post tively cure habitual constipation Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co And Hen Wntterson still feeds Renti ly oh so gently from the hand John Whallen The Courier Journal urging Louisville Democrats to stand firm and true is indeed a sight for the gods and goddessesGlasgow times A tickling ordry cough can boqulck ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothlug unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store- Commissioner of Agriculcure Rankin says that the wet weather has greatly damaged wheat oats and tobacco The corn crtp is especially large this year Directors of the American Tobacco Company declared a quarterly dividend of 2i per cent and 7h per cent extra on the company common stock y1 its n NEWS NOTES Wets won out after en exciting localoption contest In Delhi 0 a sub urb of Cincinnati- W P Lawson of Lee City died from the effects of injuries received in a quarrel over a game of ball A meeting will bo held at Lexington September 1 to form an organization of the commercial clubs of the central section of tho State Charles H Moyer was at Denver reelected president of tho Western Federation of Miners This is Moyers eighth term in that office Adjutant General P P Johnston was held over to the grand jury in 100 for caning Denny Goode editor of tho Fo cus a Louisville publication The report of the expert accountant who examined the books of Hiram Smedley who was County Clerk at Paducah alleges that Smedley Is short 15771 15 Tho Varderen family held a reunion in Harrison county The event was held at the old house built by Bainey Vanderen in 1790 Eightyone members were present James A Flaherty of Philadelphia was elected aupreme knight of the na tional body of Knights of Columbus in session at Mobile M H Carmody of Grand Rapids Mich was elected dep uty supreme knight Tho strike situation at McKeea Rocks Pa assumed more serious pro portions when 155 of the men sent by the Hudson River Company to complete a number of cars for use In the new Manhattan subway joined the strikersLumbermen representing all parts of tho South met in Montgomery to work against the adoption of tho forestry bill now pending in the Senate The bill would restrict the cut to 12 inch trees and tho lumbermen claim this will reduce tho output to twelve or fifteen hundred feet per acre- POLITICAL Pulaski county democrats will nomi nate candidates for county offices by a convention Aug 28 The Alabama house passed the bill agreeing to an Income tax amendment to the Constitution of the United States The Carmichael bill providing for Statewide prohibition was passed by the Alabama House by a vote of 75 to 19 A company of women suffragists started by trolley from Boston to make a tour of the State in tho interest of votes for women C L Scarcy has retired from tho race for the Democratic nomination for Representative from Madison county leaving a clear field to L B Herring tonThe Georgia House killed a bill to insert an income tax in tho State tax measure The bill fixed a tax of one tonth of 1 per cent upon all gross in comes over 5000 which was equivalent to 1 per 1000 straight tax Democrats of Russell county In a delegate convention put out the follow ing ticket For County Attorney J- AI Meadows County Superintendent W II Barnard Circuit Court Clerk Edgar Johnson Sheriff U T Selby Jailer II T Bernard Assessor A L FoleyGov Willson has appointed Homer W liaison Judge of the Jefferson Cir cult Court Common Pleas First Divis ion to succeed tho lato Judge Emmet Field Judge Batson s tenure of office by this appointment lasts only to tho regular election in November Mr Batson who is a son of Mr R H Bat son of Lancaster Is the republican nominee for tho office to which ho has been appointed Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing In Fedora Tenn A mans life las been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is tbo talk of tho town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor got about ho writes and tho doctors did me nogood but after using Dr Kings Now Discovery three weeks I feel liken now man and can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Tray Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchialaf fection It stands unrivaled Price 50c and 1 Trial bottlo free Sold and guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store The Stato rested its case at tho in sanity hearing of Harry Thaw at White Plains N Y nnd rebuttal testimony was begun Mr Jeromes last witness was Dr Carlos Macdonald who pro nounced Thaw a paranoiac of the de generate type All persons are recommended to take Foloys Kidney Remedy for back ache rheumatism and Ktdnoy and bladder trouble It will quickly cor rect urinary Irregularities which If neglected may develop Into a serious illness It will restore health and strength Sold by New Stanford Drug Con HUSTONVILLE Mrs 11111 Spalding of Louisville Is spending a few weeks with her father Dr Alcorn I The handsome little son of Mr and Mrs Jess Carpenter we are sorry to report is seriously ill I Myers Vaughn shipped Tuesday to Cincinnati car load of lambs at 4jc and a car of butcjier stuff at 31 to 4c Josiah Bishops suckling colt out of Bishops Queen and by Dignity Dare took the 40 stake with nine entries at tho Lancaster fair The thanks of the carrier on Route 1 is tendered to tho happy owners of Helmwood Heights for a generous supply of good apples Matt Reynolds killed a large spread- Ing viper snako in his garden that con tained by actual count 69 young ones from four to six inches long James and Cecil Dye and Mrs Dye of Oakland City Ind have returned homo after a two weeks visit to their parents Mr and Mrs James Dye A bumper crop of hay corn and to bacco is seemingly a certainty in this vicinity There never was a more flat tering prospect and the horny hand sons of toil may be happy yet Miss Katherine Elizabeth Blain a rare little 10 pound beauty arrived at tho homo of Mr and Mra John A Blain last week to make home pleasant while traveling down lifes Western slope Mr and Mrs D H Cullen and son Cecil loft Friday for Danville accom panied by Miss Alice Lyon From Danville after a few days stay they will go to their home at Wichita Kansas their future home Ray Horton of Mitchellsburg sent for Lairs human trailers Saturday An old Negros house had been broken into They trailed several miles to Gran Cecils on Salt River and caught the man Thomas Cook with the goods on him Ho was placed in jail at Dan villeFrank Vaughn tenders his thanks to friends and neighbors who so kindly and patiently cared for and with willing hands gave aid in the dark hours of his distress Also to Messrs Dinwiddie and Surher for their generous dona t tions The Lord giveth and tho Lord taketh away Blessed be His holy nameAt the beautiful homo of Misses Rose and Margaret McCormack on West Main street a most oleaslng social func Lion was enjoyed by a number of young people on Saturday evening No ef fort was spared in the entertainment of those who graced tho occasion and all were glad to have been guests of the Misses McCormack- Dr Carl Wheeler and wife and two friends came over Sunday from Lexing ton in an automobile and took supper at tho Emporium flats Dr Lee F Huffman wife and daughter of Lex ington left last weekon a European tour to bo absent until October John McClure and sister Miss Francis were guests of C K McClure and family In order to secure a large circulation and thereby many advertisements a weekly publication of Tennessee made a price of 25c per year and secured many subscribers on rural routes from hero Two to three months before tho stoppediInquiries abont the stoppage and a U S district attorney has been notified- T L Carpenter bought of Geo Din widdio the livery stable lot and is arranging to build a large barn Ho will also build a nice residence on Main street just West of tho Wheeler flats Adams Bros are preparing to rebuild a much larger twostory brick building than tho one recently burned Rev Mills will likely closo a deal for a good brick building on the lot adjoining Ad ams Bros Tho building fever is epi demic and tho boom will cover more than the burned district and vo may bo happy yet- Following is tho program of the lIus tonvitlo Literary arid Musical Club which was to have been rendered at Alcorns Opera house last Friday evening but was unavoidably delayed un til this Friday evening Recitation Blanche Barnett EssayMabel Mc Clure SoloKatherine Warriner Current Events John Back Denver Neal James Hall Orestes Floyd Wm Peavyhouse DialogueRose Sandidge and Mattie Lipps DuetMargaret- and Mrs John a Rifle Recitation Ama Barker HumorSadie Eads OrationPaul Willis It is a lament able condition of affairs when young of such an intelligent commun- Ity 1 will neglect such an important func 1 lion as this Wm W P WithA Hot Iron or scalded bl overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by slummed door injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once is Huckloas Arnica Salve to subdue Inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supremo healer Infallible tot Bolt Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25oat Pennys Drug Storet s s 4 T- hadies t r NU 1 OxfordsRE- GARDLESS I IJI OF i Ii c s rI j In Order to Reduce the I Stock f + 4+++++++ +++++++++ 11 Cummins Wearel1j STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national BanK Of Stanford RcnfucRy j Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 3400000- 0s SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran i kin Lancaster J B Paxtou Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcacbcrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Use Arnolds Han MaQe Busies rhero are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 and ncconl- ing to the size Per set buggy steel tires best r imiltat 83 OJ3Jggyi tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined at 810 Buggies recovered in leather and reliued for 825 Rubber tires the best on the market and the lowest pricey Goodyear and Kelleyat 814 Jest Goodrich at 810 We solicit your trad- eR M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotations ut time Tills can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which ou and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the beuefitsreceived Call or address our nearest office or write direct te headquarters Ndshville Teun for Information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoyiug telephone service we can immediately interest Our liner cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana aud the Southernportion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TEL CO INCORPORATED S to The Interior Journal i Eo C WALTON OUSTS DEMOCRATS JUDGE PARKER after holding up the cases for nearly two years decider Wednesday that Mayor John Skaln Assessor Doyle Attorney Muir am Jailer Masner Lexington officials were not elected to those offices be cause of alleged fraud in the election r and declared the offices vacant Wt are not fully familiar with the status of these cases but it looks like the judge was actuated somewhat at least by pique because the democrats did not want to have him become a life tenant is of the office of circuit judge of Fayette county which he has held for 18 years and decided to contest the nomination for another term with him with Mr P George R Hunt Judge Parker tyi nounced his candidacy for renomina to tion but subsequently withdrew in ar illtempered manner claiming that the political authorities had stacked the cards on him in the selection of election officials Since then he seems to have been listening to the siren voice of the republicans to become an independent candidate to succeed himself There fore there are those who take the de cision as a further bid for republican support and that he will run against the democratic nominee Judge Parks ers former standing as a democrat however precludes such an idea with those who think they know him best The nearjfuture will disclose which Istl right If the judge announces for the officu now he will lay himself liable to the severest criticism and make those democrats who have believed him a democrat from principle and not for it revenue only regard him with scorn and derision The decision was immediately in appealed and if the highest court affirms it which those who knowi say it can not do the successors of the deposed officials will be made by the city council and not by the governor The result of the decision will therefore mean nothing to the deposed ex cept a little money and worry as they would in all probability be reappoint ed The difference between this case and the Louisville cases is that all the officers there were deposed and there was no appointing power except the governor TilE State Journal in every issue hints darkly of a ferocious correspond ence between those mighty warriors Secretary of State Bruner and Commissioner of Insurance Bell which we gather grew over some difference of opinion as to the merits of the Citizens Life Insurance Co Our curiosity has been greatly aroused by the allusions and it is hoped that the correspondence- will be given to an anxious public However it Is strange if these mighty warriors want to fight that they do not show it by pulling off their coats roll ing up their sleeves and getting at Itroll- and tumble on the green sward of Capital Square Tous out in the rural districts it doesnt look brave for men occupying the same building to carry- on a warlike correspondence when they could exchange their compliments byword of mouth HON CASSIUS M CLAY roadea strong plea at Paris Monday against pooling tobacco and showed that it could not be successfully accomplished except by lawlessness and bloodshed such as disgraced the State last year A good many of us agree with Mr Clay but regard it as bad policy for any one to interfere in I the present fight which promises to result as did the famous contest between the Kilkenney cats that is to say in the annihilation of both EDITOR WATTERSON has beat a hasty retreat to Europe just as Editor Beck ham opened his batteries on him The public hoped to see a battle royal but disappointment hangs over us like dark pall It would have been worth the price of admission many times over The great editor doubtless regards discretion as the better part of valor and we rural roosters see where he is right Mr Wattersons political armor it too full of holes to withstand the sling of the young avid UP to the day of the adoption of the conference report on the tariff the dis cussions in the House and Senate took 4888 pages pf the Congressional Re cord to hold them ora total of 9776 000 words Was there ever such a waste of breath and effort when the majority did after all what it Intended- to do from the start 7 THE Alabama House has passed a Statewide prohibition bill by the overwhelming majority of 75 to 19 The Senate will follow suit It begins to look like the Statewide business is becoming contagious We move to make Itunanimous TILE wave of prohibition is given as- a reason for the big decrease of Internal revenue in the last fiscal year It amounts to twentyfive millions and- a quarter of dollars and there is much alarm in the department A COLORADO man says that only a v yotfrID f 9tato fA la u SOUTH CAROLINA is now in the State wide prohibition class but it is only temporary There are 21 wet and 21 dry counties In the State and the wet counties are to hold an election on the 17th The last Legislature provided that for two weeks before and the same time after the election the wet his counties shall cease the sale of The prohibitionists scored a victory bya requiring no election in the dry countE tics which will remain dry The pensary system there has made prohi bitlonlsts of a large number and it Is thought that nearly all the counties will go dry GEN P P JOHNSTON who alter high honors from the democratic party filling the office of adjutant general by the appointment of a republican gov ernor caned a Louisville newspaper man for referring to him as Peacock Johnston The doughty general would doubtless kill a man if ho were refer to him which let it bo understood we do not as Philander Phiddlo for sticks Johnston As an oxnewspaper man he should not be so thin skinned and he is personally too clever to let his angry passions riseitAFTER Dr Nuttall charged with take ing advantage of a female idiot under his charge while superintendent of tho Feeble Minded Institute had time to son flee to the mountains of Hepsidara or some other dam place the governor of has offered a reward of 500 for his ar of rest Great bodies move slowly but injustice to the governor it may be said he has to be requested by the au thorities before offering rewards except A- In certain cases A screw seems to be loose somewhere though THE Frankfort News announces that will erect a 60000 office building but makes the fatal mistake of saying telling about it The News has come to stay If it survives this assertion it will do what no other paper has done that made it Papers that say they have come to stay usually stay but a short time here today and gone tomorrow A GOOD many members of the House of were absent without pairs when the vote for the question for which the ex tra session was called was taken There is nothing more cowardly than dodging an issue so as to be ablo to get the most out of the result THE periodical that pays a dollar a word for Bwano Tumbos contributions gives renewed evidence of a quick separation a of the fool and his money Almost S any country weekly has editorials just as bright and fully as instructive MAINE used to go hell bent for GovI Kent but Virginia is not built that way especially since Nominee Kent a republican CHURCH MATTERS Rev Chas E Powell of Lexington will preach at McCormacks church next Sunday at 11 A M Rev D M Walker of Stanford will begin A protracted meeting at the Christian church at Hubble Monday night Aug 9th Everybody InvitedI Rev W S Willis will preach first of a series of sermons on the Pioneer of the Restoration Movement at tho Hustonville Christian church next Sunday morning subject Alexander Campbell Sunday at 4 P M Rev Willis will preach at Willow Grove Rev Blain will conduct union services at the Christian church Sunday night IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES David Graybeal aged 94 is dead in Laurel county Cooper Coomes a wellknown farmer and stock man of Washington county is dead of paralysis Norman Mayfield of Somerset had both legs cut dff by a train at Danville and died from his injuries IdlenessThe Crime Idleness means trouble for anyone Its the same with a lazy liver It onuses constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blot chestlOBI of appetite nausea but Dr kings New Life Pills soon banish Iver troubles and build up your health 25c at Pennys Drug Store William Craig who was shot by Mrs Neville Castle in the lobby of the Wale orfAstoria Hotel in New York uses to withdraw his charge against her and she was held under bond X3000 which she has been unable furnish Health Coffee Is the cleverest imitation of real coffee ever yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor is made in just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious Sample free Pennys Drug Store Daring a meeting of the Pressed Steel Car Companys striking employes at McKees Rock Pa the men mously voted down a proposition to return to work if the company would eliminate the system of insurance for nrly in vogue At Dunaweys chapelJnClarkcoun- Ie ty where a meeting was progress 1 trouble occurred between Napoleon ewar BRODHEAD Rev Pike will preach at the Baptist church Sunday night next Brooks Bros of Gum Sulphur have their saw mill on Copper creek about ready to begin work Chas Pike of Knoxville presented sister Miss Eliza of this place with fine upright piano Prof Teagarden who was to hove the graded school here hat withdrawn and now there is an opening here for some good teacher Rans Brown of near Quail who suffered a stroke of paralysis died ant was buried in the 1rovldtyice cemetery last Saturday Mr Brown was a highly respected citizen of the Glades sec tionThe Hamiltonian Society will give three fine entertainments hero during week of fair At present we are unable to give name of each play but we vouch for a good show as the partici pants have been very busy practicing some time Mr J G Frith asks us to say that the large potato which he raised was an Irish potato thinking that come may it a sweet potato We were laughedat for saying it weighed 1J pounds but it beat that it actually weighed one pound and nine ounces Kennie Anderson aged 19 years a of B C Anderson of near here died Tuesday afternoon about 3 oclock lock jaw caused by a mash or bruise the hand he had received at his fathers saw mill one day last week The wound thought to bo getting well until Sunday night when ho took lockjaw medical aid could not save him Undertaker J C McClary of Stanford came up Tuesday night and took charge of remains preparing them for burial They were taken to Goshen cemetery and buried Wednesday afternoon Kennie was a good boy and had not an enemy Our sympathies to his parents and brothers Mrs Elva Melvin of Boone county- Is visiting Mrs J T Cherry Mrs Melvin was formerly Miss Elva Moore and was assistant teacher in the school here 22 years ago Mrs Ellen Mahaffy this place and her sister Mrs Robt Hamm of the Sayers neighborhood visited Mrs Galen Rogers at Crab Orchard Mrs Louisa Cade of New Albany Ind after an absence of 25 years la With relatives here L A Testaman is visiting in Jonesville Va Misses Helen Sayers and Minnie Gentry of Spiro visited here first of week Mr Kidwell of Lebanon Junction was visitor here first of week Editor E Albright and J Matt Ballard of Mt Vernon were here Monday I About five miles south of here towers I knob known as Cable Knob which can seen for miles around more espec lally a few years ago on accounts of a party of geological surveyors cleaning off the underbrush leaving a tall poplar tree standing on the highest point but a man living near the foot of the knob not knowing or seemingly not caring that the tree was left stand- Ing for a purpose best known to Uncle Sam also thinking he had a coon up it cut down the tree thus leaving the top of the knob bare and such it is to day except small underbrush At thee foot of this knob and way back perhaps in the 40s one Daniel Hamm hailing from Charlotte county Va bought a farm and settled down upon it where he reared a family of a dozen or more children among whom and the young est is our friend and near neighbor Oscar F Hamm who is now 47 years old and young for his age Oscar has a great big heart in him and ifany one wishes to leave the hustle bustle and worry of town or city to seek H cool re treat or a lodge in some vast wilderness we know of no one who would take a greater delight in entertaining than would our friend Oscar At the age of 19 he married Miss Pauline Col yer but she died in a few years leaving two eons Sam now out West and Mode who lives near here At 37 he took for his second wife Miss Mollie daughter of W B Sayers TheSnyers family is one of the pioneers of the State At the time of his W B Sayers was the oldest Mason in the State Our neighbor Mr Hamm i- an 8 uptodate farmer and owns two fine farms has recently built a fine new residence at the South end of what used to be the Bunk Race- Track Oscar is of Baptist persua- Sion using his words a democrat and a subscriber to the I J Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold AS Nusbaum Batesville Indiana writesIILast year I suffered fore three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my sympto scription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which seeme only to aggravate It Fortunately insisted upon having Foleys Hono and Tar It quickly cured mo M wife has since used Foleys Honey an 1Tar wlththe same success Sold b New Stanford Drug Co a The Alabama House passed a resolu tion favoring the election of Senators bydlrectvoteI- I More than 125000000 pounds of ru ber are used in tho world each year Stock of Merchandise for Sale JdesimcsollprlYattlyrriy itockof OroInrietandHarilware Dolnq a good IMN Will Invoice about 11SDW c 1 rr Tbr- LONGIIVORTN 1 ea1Ederheimcr Stein t UAKERI ycaI1g aJlel1Our especial effort is those things the boys and young men wear If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS always come to us and you can find them H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky n DRIPPING SPRINGS P O Crab Orchard Ky ts now open for the ivneon Write to Hptnrs Fisher Manager fur folder Small Farm For Sale I t ilritre to tell privately my farm of 67 IIcrIln Lincoln county seven miles from nelghborhoodclosetochurcbruralroatean mile from tchoolhoute IjnU nil very pro ductive Jl farm In gnu balance In cult vMlonal under good fence Comfortable home of ix room new barn and all other outbuildings Abundance of tine water mid fruit of nil kinds J T JJVIOWKTOSIII V lJ No JO PER CT REDUCTION c Be PRUITT Moroland KentuckyIFormdnyetn order to clean up on Mill ting UruRKftt Carpet Hug fife Will 10 r cent reduction llavo tollle rRN rilllnllICall and I rockCI1Iei springs rounds Davenporti chain lulL COIlI grill trnnki extnnnlon tablet centre tables medicine cabinet tRAh doors Ac Call nnd ee Well equipped stock of I Service night or day UIIO B IltUITT Dinwiddie Co1 Hustonville Ky U ndertakersand Embalmers We car ryan uptodate line of goods Cough Caution NnraHln17DeYli urhB UFeol4 Monehonl4 sbelnttete4brartI thlagsy110 to tateCoos h OpiumdsPatltonihelsixlyVlf7 rood II Uererllerlor thlialTrelOIIlIIothlWo std others 1hou14IDtIon ham pr Couch Cure No poison marks on Dr Ijhoob a be snd none In the medicine lisa It mu law be on thalabel And Itsnot only safe but ft If sold to be by those thatknown bent a truly re Take no chance chtldrenInastonnringb Dr Sheep paWl with others ant note the difference Wei poison marks there You eaa alwa be oa the safe by demanding Shoope Cough Curey I ITI G L Penny It Jr Coffey K H Colonial FOR HOT WEATHER HELP TRY OUR Talcum IWler r Sponges Bath Brushes a Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY I Our IsoCyiilSrxia Water wllli Jenicy Crehhi noel Fino Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Y FIRST NATIONAL BANKf STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 I SURPLUS EARNED 20000IHAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with SatisfactoryService Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Caihr W VSaundersBpokkeeper Beech Nut- Brand t Buitex DlftECTOftLIF Reid J H Banghman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W D OBannon J S Hocker CIE Tate Just Receiver k A fresh 1 lot r Get Some For Sandwiches at 1 Sit GEO PAPIfIS1 T 4 III 1 RRev dare Lotm c n I Ir LI 0 qE rO SPE Iy tf d lf1f r t- I i J Spend it We are still offering many lines of goods at Cut Prices Hundreds helped themselves at our sale Did you Bargains in all Departments Summer Goods must Go as Fall Goods are Already to Come in 1 1 I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY JI f i The Interior Journalt STAIOOBD KY Auo C 1909 I SPECIAL Joan ot Arc 10 cent cigar wo will lell on Saturday and Sundays only Ii cents straight Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS DR L 0 COOKS condition continue criticalW DlLUON of London woe here yesterdayIMR GEO C GIVENS ant Springs J Miss MYRTLE DARKER U with WinI cheater relatives Miss MARY IORTMAN of Louisville U with Mica Pearl Gentry MRS EUZA BLAIN and Miss Virginia Dourno are at Eititl Springs MB IRVINE HUME of Richmond was the guest of Robert B Woods MR WALTON W V AUO HAN of IUchI ttond Va is with relatives here J MRS WM KENNY of Danville spent several days with Mrs T D Raney JOHN N MENKFEE JR attended tho hop at Winchester Wednesday night MISS TlIEO RlGGS of Cynthlana Is with tho family of Mr J N Menefee MASTERS HARRY AND EDWARD HEW ITT of Louisville are visiting relatives hero HON J N SAUNDERS and little daughter Sophie spent a few days in CincinnatiMR PREWITT sheriff of Montgomery county was here on business this week MISSES UENTON and Terhune of Harrodaburg were guests of Mrs Jesse WearenMISSES AND SALVE BURDETT left Tuesday to visit relatives In Har rison county Miss LKTTIB MCRODERTS of Lancas ter was tho gucst of her undo Mr II J McRobertsMRS F CASH has joined Rev J W Hagln and family of Covlngton a at Estill Springst MR SANFORD ALLEN and wife of Mlllersburg have joined their children at Mr Eo P Woods MRS GEORGE COWAN of Spokane Wash is with her parents Mr and loin J N Menefee e IJAS E BUCK and children ol Gilberta Creek are with her mother Mrs Mattio Nevius Tim Misses Harklns who have bees with tho Muses Baughman left Wednesday for their homo at Proatonburg MR GEORGE LOVELL and two daugh tell of Normal this State are visiting his father Mr J M Lovell and othci relatives in this county MESDAMES ANNIE ENGLEMAN and Susan B Yeager and Miss Sue Taylor 4Engleman went to Lebanon yesterday to tho Chautauqua MRS D B EDMISTON and daughter Miss Lillie Paxton Edmiston of Louis of Mrs W J Edmisville are guests ton at Crab Orchard Mr Edmiston will join them today- F L CLIFFORD of Carbondale IIII is visiting relatives at Livingston Ho for the L N hero s used to bo agent and many of our people havo a pleasant recollection of him f MRS HARVEY TAYLOR returned to her home at Huntington W Va Wed nesday after a visit to Miss Florence Trueheart Mr Trueheart Bourne accompanied her for a brief visit MASTER CHARLES POWELL WITHERS celebrated his sixth birthday Thursday afternoon by giving a party to which some 40 of his little friends accepted invitations All had a good time MRS E Do RITCHIE who has been in Norton Infirmary Louisville for some time will be home today or tomorrow greatly Improved in health Her sister Mrs Geo P Maury has been with her during her illness PROF JAMES B WALTON after an absence of several years in Colorado Springs Colo is visiting Danville friends Miss Nancy Yeager of Stan ford Is the guest of Miss Elizabeth BaughmanAdvocateJ was hero one day last week shaking hands with WhippfrofaStanford arerwith Mr W sister Mrs Coots who re mains veryslckLlberty News LOCALS s CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer NOVELTIES in neckwear Cummins A WANTED a few shares of Fiat National hank stock This office PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced See our windows Cummins Wearcn e OLYMPIAN SPRINGS water at Shugar Tanners drug store Try a glass or jug BUY a season ticket to tho Chautau qua which begins hero Thursday iron Miss Minnie SinerCITY TAXES citytaxes for 1909 are due Please call and settl- eBD Carter collector TAxESThe tax books for 1909 aro now ready Come In and get your receipt T J11111 sheriff WILLIAM LACKEY o oredthe well known plasterer died after a long III ncas and was burled Monday afternoon SAN FELICE CIGARS are gentle men of good taste The Power Grocery Co Paris Ky Wholesale Distributors TUB Lincoln County Medical Society is called to meet at Stanford at 103 A u Tuesday Aug 10 W F Hickle Secy MONDAY next Is county court day Tho usual invitation is extended to you to come In and tell us some news and you know the balance mFOR SALEArange and cookin utensils a dining table two kitchen tables chairs and two mattings Apply to Miss Belle Denny Stanford TAYLOR WUSLEY has resigned ai postmaster at Waynesburg and accept ed a position in the Louisville postofllce His successor has not yet been appointed lr not sold privately before a num ber of shares of stock in tho Nations Bank of Hustonvillo will bo offered at public auction at 11 M Monday next county court day BANK STOCK A number of shares it I tho Hustonvillo National Bank It not sold before will be sold at public auc tion next Monday county court day Apply to E C Walton SOLD OUTMr Garland SinglctoI sold his grocery and hardware business this week to Land Buchanan th- epivdded dealers who wit continue the business at the same stand The new firm bought tho meat market also and Mr R B Wilkinson will bo in charge of that department THE Chautauqua was to have begun a t Walton Opera House last night with Mr Gardner and quartette as the star attractions for tho evening On ac count of a special session of the Chau tauqua being held at Central City and tho tent being In service there Wal tons Opera House was secured and will be used throughout the meeting MR WILLIAM W WHITE the LytU merchant has rented of McCarty and Hughes the storeroom adjoining the Theatorium and will move his stock ol goods to it soon Mr Whites many friends hero extend to him the hand on becoming a citizen of the best town on the map By the way Messrs McCarty and Hughes bought the two Owsley storerooms of Hon John Sam Owsley of Lexington for 3000I GARAGE John Owsley Reid has rented the vacant storeroom in the Odd Fellows building on Main street and will open a garage He will also put in a couple of fine livery cars for the convenience of the public and also install a repair shop Mr Reid will al so handle stationary engines etc We hope he will be liberally patronized and hereafter our automobillsts wont have to go to the cities to have their repair ing done Mr Reid is an expert ma chinist 1 AT a meeting of the stockholders of the Waynesburg Deposit Bank Monday the following directors were reelected Dr J W Acton R Curtis H H Singleton J A Hays Dr A K Cald well C C Gooch J W Wheeldon Geo W Leach M E Wheeldon Tho directors then held a meeting and reelected these officers L GGooch Pres M E Wheeldon let Vice Pres James A Hays 2nd Vice Pres Stan ley McIntosh Cashier The banks business continues to increase and it is proving not only a good investment but a great convenience to the people I of the Southern end of Lincoln county 7 i k TUB L N offers a roundtrip rate of 2 to tho Lexington fair next weekI GET Olympian Springs water gars Tanners They are sole agents I for it- TIIH o democratic county committee of Casey will name a ticket on next coun ty court day Aug 23 TilE L N will run an excursion to I Cincinnati Sunday at 175 roundtrip Leaves Depot here at 5 A M LOST between my home and theI Presbyterian church Sunday night a black silk shawl Miss Sue Woner EVENTUALLY you will use either RexI or Economy coal from Denhama yardsI Why not begin now and save the dlfI ference 7- FonRENTSuitoof r rooms in Odd Fellows building just vacated by lionI J N Saunders Also storeroom in that building Ed Wilkinson yTHERE is not a vacant residence nor storeroom in Stanford A dozen hous es could be rented in a few hours ifI they were only here to rent JOiN M CARTER ght farm of the late 0 J Crow at Turhcrsville Wed nesday at Master Commissioners sale It contained 157 310 acres and brought 6310 per acre FARM FOR SALE 115acre farm on DIx river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F RIgney Stanford WE thepaid out 40000 to its employees at Somerset last pay day but tho printer thought he knew more about It than WA and set it up 4000 Wo have just had him shot MRS JOSIE RANEYwhohad three ribs broken and was severely cut about the head by a fall from the buggy she was riding in is resting easy and her doctors think she will recover beyond doubt IItcH CLAss ENTERTAINMENT Com monwealths Attorney C A Hardin who attended the meeting of the Chau tauqua at Harrodsburg considers it highclass entertainment throughout He told an L J man that Senator Re gan is exceedingly fine the Loose Fami ly musicians and singers are great and that Rev Charles Hall is an ora tor of a very high order lie says our people should attend every session of the Chautauqua which begun yesterday and that they will miss a treat if they fall to do so Mucn Interest Is being manifested in- S J Bell having the Republican nomi nation in Lincoln county for sheriff which is practically assured He has hundreds of friends in Casey where he was reared who would like to see him get there With a split in the democratic party Mr Dell will have a walkover Liberty News Brer John Hennery Thomas may be right about the interest in Mr Bell by his Casey county friends but he is all wrong on 1the split Lincoln county democrats are in good fighting trim and Mr Bell or any other republican would have about as much show of being elected here as a democrat would in Leslie county Come up Mr Thomas and see for yourself SHANKS FOR SPEAKER Representa tive William H Shanks of Lincoln county who is tho Democratic nominee for reelection In his county said here today that he will certainly be a can didate for Speaker of the next House of the General Assembly Mr Shanks as yet has no opposition for reelection and anticipates no trouble if the Republicans do put a candidate in tho field He says furthermore that Sena tor Took Hubble who also hails from Lincoln will be reelected without trouble The Republicans in Casey county are all split up and Jason Wesley their candidate for Senator will lose many votes Mr Shanks thinks So far there are five announced can didates for the honor of presiding as Speaker in the first House that will assemble In the new Capitol Besides Mr Shanks there are George S Wilson of Union county J F Porter of Webster Larry Schoberth of Woodford and Col Jack Chinn of Mercer Frank fort Cor CourierJournal Mr Shanks legion of friends here and elsewhere In Kentucky would like to see him made Speaker or the recipient of any other honor he could ask I FOR SALESOW and six pigs Mrs L H Stone Stanford DOESNT that btiroomln Warner window remind you that you needone TUB L N will mke reduced rate of 12 65 to Mammoth Cave Aug 25 This includes board at the hotel and entrance fee to the cave SQUIRE JOHN EDMISTON will celebrat his 83rd birthday at Crab Orchard tc day Mrs W J Edml tot will Jtlve him a big dinner to which a large number of friends and relatives have been invited o MR R E GAINES agent for the In diana Silo Co is meeting with much success in the sale of silos in this coun lie has already sold 20 and trade are on for as many more See Mi Games if you contemplate putting up one of the great feed preservers I 650 PIANOA good business propo sitlon I will sell Myrtles Grand Ep worth Piano Style T for 50 cash and 10 per month for 25 months with 5 percent interest to any one who will make a negotiable note This is a very handsome piano If not equal to any 600 Steinway or any 600 Knabe then you can have this beautiful piano tor nothing I have bought three plane from three firms seven church organ from five different firms I believe tbe Williams Organ and Piano Company of Chicago the most reliable firm in America Come to the Methodist par sonago and see and try the piano T W Barker The little Candy CoM Cure Tablet called Prevention will in a few hour safely check all Colds or LaGrippe Try them 482 Sold by Penny Drug Store PUBLIC SALE I will tell nt public auction In Urab Oroli nrtl beginning nt t p M- 8ATIWUAY AUG 7 IWJ nil of my household end lUtclien furnltur and n good horse and buggr Terms cast J II Hmltb Irnb Orchard Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING auneylnlIwill be guaranteed and my prices are rea sonnble Write me at McKlnney or rail in over the telephone through the Huitonvlll Exchange WALfEIl MOKINNEY The McKInney Woolen Mills McKInney Ky II now In operation end Sa ready to serv tin In mnking Jeani Ilnseyi lilunkett Flannels Yarns Etc Vlllelthe work wool or exchange goods for It High eat market price for wool C 11 WRIGHT lr- orPUBLICSALEI Having told my tarn I wilt toll to Ihe highest and brat bidder nt my farm olle mile Houth of Bryantsvllle Kyon TftursddyAug 26O9 Promptly at 10 A x the following persona property Sixty Horses Mules and Shetland Ponies 30 Jersey Cows and Calves 72 Southdown Sheep One 8 yenr old stallion by Oratorio dare HallleOllnker 218 one yearling tnlllor by Searchlight dum by Ashland Wllkes nine brood mare with colts one extra tood saddle mare e year old colts by Jim Clark one yearling rare colt two yearling colts by Jim Clnr j one pair tour yyat old marc mules one tbreo year old horse male SHETLAND PONIES One 4yearold stallion 8 brood mares which are native pontes Imported mares registered 10 yearling colts 5 suckling coin COWS AND CALVES One registered Jersey bull 8 years old 10 JerseyheifersSHEEP orIrunt at the Lexington fair It Southdown bucks yearlings to 4 year d lb shoats TACKS AND JENNETS- One Jyearold Jack nnd two jenneti with wits by side- S One Kaufman runabout I buggy I buggy oleI double set of harness bridles and saddles lot of hay 1 tobacco setter never been used 1 rosier safe combination luck In perfect order farming Implements con of wh at drill corn planter mower roller binder plows cultivator hay rakicutting harrow lieu Palace with 10 wanusofbeeslard furnace 45 gallon cn and other things too numerous to mention Iloutehold nnd kitchen furniture Including n line Radiant Heater re frigerator olld oacotlleedesk 1solld oak l 00kcase I rosewood book case lot of old fashioned furnltuic and numerous other that you will want pedlgreedtookTK11M8 wadeknown on day ot M JEIFTDUNNCol 3 judiciously Beginning 1Wnrenf L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 MauuI 25 per cent We have n few Skirts left in Voiles Panamas Ac nil col ors 25 Plat CENT OFF FOR CASH We also have n few Linen Wash Suits left Regular prices from 88 to 81250 Price now from 65 to 88 This is this seasons goods Latest styles and best patterns Our oia is your gain Dont forget the tremendous CUT we are making on all OiY fords You may also take any price of Dress Goods in our house 25 PER CENT OFF Big CUT on all other lines Come to see us t HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods NotionslShoes I STANFORD KENTUCKY ISUMMER RATES VIA rhec 0ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY AUG 19th x16 ROUNDTRIP 16 Ii NEW YORKEvery dy round trip all rail 2800 i Via Norfolk and O D S Co 3000 Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake and Riil 32I5 BOSTON Going and Ocean Returning River Lake Sound and through New York itopoveri 3735 OLD POINT COMFORTTueiday July 27 and Saturday Aug 21 Fifteen Days Limit J2JL Very cheap rate to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts on Sale Daily Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia on Sale Daily For full information call on or address GEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Motel Lexington Ky 1798 Trapsijlvapia Uiiverih 1909 Continuing Kentucky University Tho College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment A faculty of 56 chosen from the best universities of America and Europe Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of AB B S A 11Iand L L B New Science Building recently erected at a cost of 860000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ex penses The session begins Sept 13 1000 Write catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY lie fc NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal Branch House Stanford Ky Thurman Tudor Mgr H B NORTHCOTT Stanford FOR SALE I On easy terns a 7room twostory house stable and other necessary outbuildings Tills U very desirable rOil deuce propertylon Mtnnlord street tabInfornmtlon nd dress 140 KINO Knsloy Ala HOME FOR SALE The property on nnnvlllo Avenue Htan by WO Withers lies a good occupied and outbuilding are In good ahapo Splendid cistern and big location nrst class and In One neighborhood Will tell privately Mrs Hugh Reid D Iennlngton Miss Mary Feunlngtoa Htsmford Ky D st Rail Rail with for for FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A flno blue grass furm for sale situated on Ike near Point lieavell und nix tullesouth of Lancaster ax acres welt located In neighborhood bolng part of the John Walker tract with n hand tome now two stbry seven roon resident neceuarroutbulldlllGlandgoo cNIlcrunnlllgthroughTjciiMS ij In hand balance ono and two years rOm day of sale bearing six per cent Interest until paid Person looking for such place pteale write or see WO WA KtiiHtnnford 4 3wJ tj i UThe Interior Journalaft- lkredinAePatOgieeat8tanford asp ond eiau rafter L S N TOTE TABLE No tl Mouth lltls r x- NO3IHoutbl1OOA x Not4Nortb4fOA X NolsNorth62T P U- No271047 A x No8 t4O P X JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Once over McRoberts Drug Store in the Qwaley Building FARM FOR SALE I tThe farm of 140 acre of good blue grass North ot McKlnneyon thedstanfordpie Improvements and good of water fruit Also lis acres of timbered land ono mil latof MoKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good JIg crop JAaiVKNdAgentMcKlnneyKy T When Ordering Clothes Hate your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whethern low prtco business suit or the nne t evening clothes will have that individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to jourmensur I will also take vestsntopure for extra trousers fancy oats and overcoats and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection 110 RUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well ns the freshest ot cut flowers plants of all kinds bulb flowers on notlceAlto make a specialty ot wreaths purposesIn nbove I have all kind of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices ClIIURTMA OIIKEN HOUSES Kl HUHHAKD 1BOB Stanford Ky Insurts Tobacco and Tobacco arm Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Oillce OS Insure ttith mo and be fully protected tIi wEWDDLiAIr jrvw o HIDESAHO FURS GillStnl1GOlden are Dealers and can do better for you than agents or commuuon merchants Reference any Bank in Louuville Write for weekly price list and ship Ptags We funmh wool bags free M SABEL SONS ECTAslUtHtD IMS 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE ICY INSURANCE RBMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JflBeazleyCo r UadeitiKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingeRuge They will exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right IATs FOBD KENTUCKY t J C McClary w Undertaker Embalmer an wiler In Harness Saddlery J STANFORD KY l0 Tine let Home Phone J ti 6r FARMERS DEPARTMENT Old com sold at295 at a sale in Ca seyJ M Pottus has several good brood mares for sale Harris Woods sold four yearling mules to B G Fox E P J H Woods sold 17 year ling mules to B G Fox at 100 At Winchester 4392 hogsheads of to bacco sold at an averagaof 14c Let J S Murphy the McKinney miller do your custom grinding Choice Shropshire ram lambsjfor sale E G Bickley Stanford R F D No 2 J S Murphy the McKinneyfmiller has just received a fresh car load of salt Matt Cohen of Lexington showed in 22 rings at the Lancaster fair hand got 18 blue ties FOR SALEI have 600 good young ewes Will sell cheap RE Henry Lancaster Ky Take your wheat and corn toJ S Murphy the McKinney miller High est market prices R B Woods sold to B G Fox a walking horse for 250 and Lto same party a bay gelding for 200 A good gentle family horse also buggy and harness for sale See Mrs Catherine McClary Stanford Four Rood thoroughbred Poland China boars three months old for sale M G Murphy Kings Mountain Ky Harris Woods and J H Baugh man of this place took every premium given by the Danville fairon mules The splendid sorrel harness mare owned by Samuel T Harris and which ho drove a long time died the other dayJ H Baughman has just finished delivering six carloads of export cattle to Simon Well they weighed from 1250 to1350The cattle which were shipped out last week filled nine cars They were extra fine They brought 625 AdvocateFOR 400 stock ewes 2 to 4 years old Sell cheap if taken at once Jas McKechnie Hubble Ky Lan caster phone 334 An aged yellow Jersey cow fre milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday N W Fowle Rowland Ky EWES FOR SALE 500 ewes bdught in Wayne and Russell counties No Wes tern ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky ESTRAyThere came to my place about two months ago two white ewes Owner can get thereby paying for this notice and Dosa Brown Eubanks Ky FOR SALEI25stock ewes goo ones Just a little extra good Call a- my place and see them or write or telephone me at Yosemite Ky They are 1 to 5 years old Lincoln Wells There came to my place about June a spotted male pig weighing about pounds Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep Mrs Mat tie James Waynesburg Ky R F D No 1 Tuesday at the Danville fair Harris Woods swept the deck in the mul rings capturing four blues and tw reds out of six shows defeating th great Annie Laurie twice They also won the championship sweepstake with their magnificent two yearold- I have about 150 acres of good bluegrass land with a modern six room dwelling two large barns and all nec essary outbuildings everlasting water and well fenced on a good pike and f fine community Price and terms right Address box 282 Hustonville Ky S T Harris of Lincoln county f given up to be the boss mule man A the Danville fair yesterday he showed his fine stock in six rings and took four blue ribbons and two red ribbons lie won the sweepstake with one of his tine twoyearold mules Ho came very nearly making a clean sweep Advo cate There strayed from my place about May 10th a large work steer Dee red natural muly Will weigh about 1250 pounds had a coarsetoned bell on when he left home When last heard of was near South Fork bridge Lincoln county Will pay liberal ward for his return Clay Elliott Humphrey Ky At the DanvillQ fair Tuesday J II Baughman of this place won secon money in the ring for best horse mule under one year first in ring for mare mule under one year first and second in mule either sex one and under two second In mule either sex two years and under three second on mule either sex any age second on mar and mule colt first on best pair o mules Mr Baughman also won second money In the rockaway ring It is tho weak nerves that ore cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug tho stomach or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test it and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store The administrator of the Penn estate sold 107 shares of stock in the several 25000dPains of women bead pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Sbbops Pink Pain Tablets F full formula on 25o box Sold b Pennys Drug Store 4 PECULIAR INTEREST Attaches to the Catalog of the Big Blue Grass Fair to Be- Held In August COVER is A THING OF ART The Great Animal Artist George Ford Morris Has Contributed His Genius to Give a Fit Setting For Sumptuous Workover 25000 to Be Given AwayTh of tljo big Blue Grass Fair which Is to bo hold at Lexington the week of August 9th to 14th has been Issued It la a hook of peculiar Interest to oil Kontucltlans and Is more extensive than tho catalog of any previous fair ever held at Lexington The cover luelf Is very attractive It Is a design especially drawn by the great animal artist George Ford Morris and is arranged in panels The top panel shows the four classes of cattle which are of particular Interest to Kentuck lans namely tho Shorthorn the Hereford and the Aberdeon Angus of the beef breeds and the Jersey of the dairy breed The lower panel which is of corresponding size shows the four recognized classes of horses which the Blue Grass Fair includes In its premium list namely tho thorough bred the standard bred and tho five galled and threegaited saddle horse Tho side panels give excellent pictures of sheep and hogs Over 25000 to Be Given Away The premium list calls for a total distribution of more than Twentyfive Thousand Dollars which is equitably divided among the varied classes of live stock The most of this money is naturally offered for horses because the Blue Grass Fair is conceded to be the greatest horse show in the world Breeding classes are offered for the three recognized American breeds the andeinstance registration is mado a requirement of entry The show classes are thrown open to the world They Include the flveRalted saddle horse for which there are twelve rings the threegalled saddle horse with eight rings tho flue harness horse with twelve rings tho roadster with twelve rings and the heavy harness horse with three rings In addition there are premiums for miscellaneous classes of horses such as tho run about horse and the plantation saddle Shetlandtlands of variant slzo to be shown un der saddle and to harness 1Other Live Stock IYer liberal provision Is mach for both mules and jack stock Eleven hundred dollars is offered for Short horn cattle five hundred dollars for Herefords six hundred and fifty for Aberdeen Angus seven hundred alsoesuch provi steerIan place to enter him Departments for swine and sheep include tho most Important breeds ofI such stock A large amount of money is offered for poultry And a depart ment has been added this year which should appeal particularly to farmers allnclasses of farm products grown In Kentucky The Woman Department carries a very excellent premium list andtevery the Fair Among tho former Is a thou sand dollar stako for twoyearold trot ters which will be contested on Tuesday August 10th the second day Dally Program The opening day Monday will be given over to automobile races which lastpyear many most noted drivers from every section of tho country will compete On Tuesday morning jacks and jen shownehogs will be judged In their pens lie sides the racing of Tuesday afternoon prodWednesday morning will have the breeding classes for atandard bred horses the Jersey cattle and moro sheep and swlnoj Wednesday after noon will be devoted to inong and to includingftrophy Thousand Dollar Stake On Thursday morning will come the breeding classes for Ameilcnn saddle horses the Shorthorn rattle and tha fat stock And as a feature of Thurs day afternoons horse show will be the big Thousand Dollar Stake for Ave gaited saddle horses which should prove the best saddle ring ever seen In KentuckyMules Aberdeen Angus cattle will hold the boards Friday morning with another excellent horse show and racing in the afternoon Saturday the closing day will wit non tho greatest display of thorough bred horses ever seen In the world beingy atterII1100ngram of tho week wncn the champion ships in all the horse classes will be contestedTaken as a whole this Is the beat and most complete show program over offered by a fair In the south One Judge System As in previous years tho one Judge system will bo used for all classes save tho championships for horses when three judges chosen from tho regular list of hone Judges of the fair will be usedln each class The catalog of the Blue Grass Fair Is well worthy of careful inspection Thousands of copies havo been mailed all over Kentucky and other states but anyone whpAhas not received a copy and who desires one will secure same promptly upon request to Secre tary Jouetl Shouse at Lexington AUTOMOBILE RACING Drivers of National Repute to Risk Lives at Blue Grass Fair It seems altogether fitting that tho greatest horse fair In the world should show Its appreciation of the Import ance of the most marvelous mechan cal Invention of tho age Tho Blue Grass Fair at Lexington will give up its opening day Aug 9th to a superior program of automobile racing There Is no other form of racing so thrilling to the spectator so Intensely Interesting or Indeed so dan gerous as Is automobile racing on a circular track When a giant car Is speeding around the turns at n rate of better than a mile a minute pny slip of a cog any accident to englno or to tire Is apt to bring about very dis astrous results Such a program of races has been provided for Automobile Day at the Blue Grass Fair that tho attendance of the most famous drivers In America is assured and It Is well within prob ability to prophesy that many records for various distances over circular tracks will be broken during that afternoon of sport Not only will abundant events be provided for these drivers of national repute and not only will stirring ex hibitions against time bo witnessed but there will also bo Included In the program events for local cars which are becoming numerous throughout Central Kentucky so as to allow every opportunity to prove the comparative merits of can owned In different parts of tho state The Blue Grass Fair was responsi ble for a marked Innovation among fairs when it put an Automobile Day on Its program last year The result of the experiment was so successful the evidences of Interest on the part of the public so real tho attendance so large and the demand for n repetition DO great that there was no hesitancy to provide an Automobile Day for this years fair and with tho increased pre miums which will be offered and the larger number of drivers who have al ready pledged themselves to compete this day Is certain to prove oven moro successful than was the Automobile Day of the 1 DOS fair GREAT POULTRY EXHIBIT The Blue Grass Fair Will Have Them All Topped In This Line At no other fair ever hold In Kentucky have the conditions for the poul try exhibit been made so attractive as for the big Blue Grass Fair which comes at Lexington the week of Aug 9th to 14th this year Entrance fees which have heretofore bean required at practically all poultry shows have been abolished by the management of the Blue Grass Fair who In their liberality and their desire to encourage the best possible exhibition have been willing to do away with this source of revenue Several years ago the also elation constructed n complete and up date house for the holding of Its poultry show a house where every convenlenco can bo had by exhibitors where the poultry can be displayed to the very beat advantage Not only are all kinds of chickens cared for In tho premium list but there are also classes for ducks geese turkeys and pigeons a total of 2C6 rings to time department The show will be under the management of a committee composed of Messrs 0 R Williamson E B Wrenn and F L Smith all of whom aro prom inent members of the Blue Gross Paul try qnd Put Stock Association and who are exerting their very beRt efforts to make the poultry show at the Blue Grass Fair the best overseen In the state FOR TH LITTLE ONES Especially Attractive Provision For Children at Blue Grass Fair Thoro will be especially attractive provision for children nt tho big Blue Grass Fair this year On Saturday August Hth the closing day the ad mission fee for children between the ages of six and twelve which is gen erally twentyfive cents will bo reduced to fifteen cents and among tho children who attend on that day two Shetland pontes will be given away absolutely free- Furthermore the classes for Shet land ponies which are always a great attraction for the young folks will be shown on Saturday afternoon and there will be other features that will servo to Interest and attract and en tertain the children which will not ob tain during time other days of the fair Advertise in the INTERIOR JOURNAL V CUT PRICES i AH Summer goods must be sold at Cost We are overcrowded and must make room for our Fall stock of now fresh goods Note the prices Mend Suits were Belling at 822 50 ilOW 814 48 Mens Suits were Selling at 818 00 now 12 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now 10 US Mens Suits were Selling at 812 50 now 8 08 fens Suits were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 48IMens Suits were Selling at S 7 50 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 84 00 now SI1 25 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 3 50 now 2u8 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 38 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 82 60 now 1 08 Ladies Low Shoes weie Selling at 83 50 now 12 38 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 10 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 CO now 1 08 Ladies Low Shoe were Soiling at 82 00 now t 38 f Ladies Low Shoes wore Selling at 81 50 now MPI 10 Straw Huts 81 50 Value now SUB Straw hate 82 00 Value now 1 M Straw lists 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw Hats 83 50 Value now 2 US SAM ROBINSON f STANFORD KY Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and the Supe a rior Grain Drill are three im portant articles necessary in raising your wheat crop We have them all ready for you You will make no mistake in buying this line Call on us when we can serve you W1H HIGGINS I4Stanford Kentucky n TWIii I I havo just received n tar of OLD HICKORY WAGONS tho best wagon on the market for the money See them Ixiforo buying as there has been n grcnt improvement in their construction E1T PENCE STANFORD KYJNOTICE or Thoe having elnlm against the estate tltcmlIJroperlr B D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Stroot Phono 96- 5TANFORDKENTUCK MASONS MEET NoPLincoln Lodge A AM will meet In stilted communication on each first and thlril Monday nights of each month at TiSO oclock In their hull on main streeet titan ford Ky Members of slater lodnonnro fra ternally Invited to bo present T W 1on nlneton se- cMILL FOR RENT I lOwing to Illhealth wanting to be away from homo some this summer I have decided to rent my uptodate fix Jllver Holler driven by water and stenos power Goal location Mill In llrstelass umtdltlonwlITIAYLOIiIt tn No 4 Htnuford K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting such as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a toned post We mn servo you promptly and guarantee flrrtclass work and Oalland get our prices before you buy your matorlal at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky D 1 n nLI Harry Jacobs 1 IMnler In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments Markers and Pods Oemetor unit Jnwn Vittennd Huttces Otllco and works Me Klnuey Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court r A directed by n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court lit the May turin iww In tile notion of J M Hulls ndmlnls t trntorBKalnst L M llrucodc the underesigned will nt about I PM on MONDAY AUG lTH 1WW Oount Court Day In front of tho Court HouiedoorliiHtantord Ky olTer for smile nt pulillo outcry to thu highest nnd bust bidder on of a months lint the frame Ivurytablo and lot known IIstlltold Kybounded Inull Kant by Depot Ht Houth lot of Anderson Carr West by lot of J II llaugh npotHtrightofway III eel wide to Mill Ht Sea IIrucIrlnlt lot belonging to Lincoln County building ofMrsSLUtholudgmellttorch frolll Juno 8 Iwvi to bo calculated nt Bemlnnnunl rests till Judgment of M J JonlaI IIIIHIjItInterIdatesOctJltroInI410tssaSeptRlvooollde r price payable to the commissioner bear aldFavingtheforcesndeffectof until n Judg Ir ment and seouriHlby Hen OJ