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I 1- iI t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL t YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 10 1909 NO 47 1KATRlMONIAL I been IR June 231 J B Wright and Miss Doyle Merit of Parksvillc were married In Danville Clarence Austin and Mlis Piny Fletch er were made one at K G Martins SaturdayRev Harrison Burroughs of Bristol Tenn has just married his 3000dth couple Mr and Mrs W R Waters announce the engagement of their daughter Miss J Honshaw Waters to Mr George flames Woodcock of Danville Cour t ler Journal Mr Shelby Irvine Tribble of Richmond who used to work in this office was married at Harriman Tenn on the 4th to Miss Florence Sander Mr + Tribble Is a relative of the family of Mr P P Nunnelley of this place and is a fino young manIMr and Mrs C C Withers announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their niece Miss Adelaide McClary to Mr William W of Arkansas The wed flNewell take place on September lit Baptist church here home of the bridoe father Mr J C King in west Norman on Tuesday evening July 20th occurred a very quiet wedding when his daughter Miss Anna Lollle was united In marriage to Mr Howard Sylvanus Henley a prominent young business man ot Tuttle Okla 1rcclsely at 10 oclock as the wedding march was beautifully played by Miss Elizabeth King the happy couple entered the parloMpreced ed by two little flower girls Misses 1 Josephine King and Dora Childress who scattered roses in their pathway Standing amid flowers and foliage of beautiful design and decoration the minister Rev Willis of the Edmond Baptist church In a short but impres live ceremony pronounced them hue band and wife The bride was become ingly attired in a dress of purest white Massaline made en traino and with real VAlencennes lace and pearl trimming together with orange blossoms to hold bridal veil in place Sho was a real bride and beautiful to look upon The groom wore the conventional blackI After congratulations tho bridal couple led tho way to the dining room where an elegant fivecourse luncheon was nerved The brido was no less tastily dressed when she appeared in a suit of dark green embroidered linen large black hat with only plumes for trim ruing and black gloves ready to bid farewell to friends era they left on their wedding trip which includes sev eral States the gulf and great lakes They will visit the grooms mother at Spicoland Ind and the brides child hood home and early friends at Crab Orchard Ky Mr Henley IJ ono of the staunchest business men In his home town which is is one of the most progressive smell f towns in the State Ho is well prepare ed in every way to take care of this ex cellent lady ho has been so fortunate in claiming as his bride Miss King was considered ono of Normans most amiable young ladles and is worthy in every way of the respect and love of the ono who has claimed her They will be at home to their Tut tlo after Sept 15 Wo congratulated not only the young man who has chosen so wisely and well but also tho now circle of friends with whom this new bride Is soon to bo associated for her ideals are of tho good and beautiful and her Christian influence will be felt wherever she may be The Transcript with a host of friends here wishes them a long happy and pleasant voyage down the stream of life Norman Okla Transcript Kentucky Fair Dates Taylorsvlllo Aug 104 days Uarrodsburg Aug 123 days Lawrenccburg Aug 171 days 4 Richmond Aug 183 days Perryville Aug 183 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyvllle Aug 246 days Elizabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Somerset Aug 314 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nicholasvllle Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days TriState Fair Mldd lesboro Sept 1 i 4 days Paris Sept 74 days i Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days No matter how long you have auf foxed Foleya Kldnoy Remedy will help you Mrs S L Bowen of Wayne W Va writes I was a suf- fererl from kidney disease so that at times I could not get out of bed and- s1 whoa I did I could not stand straight I took Foloys Kidney Remedy One dollar bottle and part of the second cured me eatlrely It will cure you i Sold by New Stanford DrujiCoI c IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I James Gay 8dCO dripped dead at Hyattsvllle rank Arnold is dead in tho lIyattsc villa section of Garrard Garrett Mann aged 60 and a wellI known citizen of Mlller burg is deadI Henry Bullock aged 19 was killed by a falling tree In Rockcastle county James T Price has been appointed postmaster at Dabney Pulaski county William Gill was held In 2000 bond for killing his brother in law AI John son in Pulaski Virgil Stares who killed his father James Starns in the Woodstock section of Pulaskl was held without ball Sam Chitwood and Cal Ball were drowned in the South Fork of Cumberland river near Worley Pulaski county- A man who gave his name as George Pearce of Chicago was taken off the train at Danville suffering from hydrophobia lie broke out car windows threw suit cases at the passengers and barked like a dog At Lexington on July 3 Judge Parkc er handed down a decision granting an absolute divorce to Mrs Mary Law rence Keene from Foxhall Keeno the noted polo player and son of James R Keene the New York millionaire brok er and turfman Mrs Josephine Boner died at her home near Bryantsville Lower Gar rard after an Illness of several weeks lilted 66 years She leaves nine children Mesdames R K Swope C C Beck er John Peters of Mackville John Johnston of Lancaster and Mrs Carrie Moss of Jessamine Messrs ThosI Charles William and John Boner L N freight trains Nos 98 andI 99 the latter a doubleheader met headon at Excelsior Bell county All three of the locomotives were reduced to scrap iron by the tremendous impact and several of tho loaded cars were split into kindling wood John Wil llama conductor Tom Tipton engineer Charles Hicks fireman J L EdI wards flagman Robert Alder engineer George Day engineer and Hugh Harris brakeman were all badly hurtI Mr Felix Owens one of the goodI democrats of tho Mayo section was one of the 300 or 400 democrats who paid us their respects Monday and he told us a remarkable incident He had a fino ewe to die leaving a lamb Ho tried to teach the lamb to drink from a botI tic but it refused to do so and got wild er and wilder Ho was forced to turn It out to mako its own living if it couldI but one morning on going out to milkI ho saw the lamb sucking his fine Jersey cow and it Is now tho fattest lamb on his place The cow treats it just as if it was her own calf and has made no objection to the arrangement Har rod burg Heral- dWashingtons Plague Spotsl- ie In the low marshy bottoms of tho Potomac tho breeding ground of ma Urin germs These germs causo chills fever and ague biliousness Jaundice lassitude weakness and general de bility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly Hut Electric lilt ters never fall to destroy them ondI euro malaria troubles They are the best allround tonic and cure for ma larla I over used writes R M James of Louollcn S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney dud Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 60c Guaranteed by Pen nys Drugstore psThe Boss looked t t tho applicant And asked Whero did you work Ho answered Late with Blank Blank And smirked a silly smirk Ho got tho job was late each day The Boss was mad quoth he You may have been late with Blank Blank But you cant be lato with me Health Coffee1 Is tho acverest Imitation of real coffee over vet made Dr Shoop created it from puro parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fino in flavor Is made In just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store At Now York William Holmes Fowle Beckham emplyed by tho New York Times died of accidental gas poisoning lie was a cousin of former Gov Beck ham Tho littlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventics will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try them 4823c Sold by Pennys Drug Store Over 3000 pounds of rose petals are used in the manufacture of one pound of attar of roses perfume A tickling ordry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoopa Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store On the east coast of Ireland It rains on an average 208 days In the year la Englad about 150 days oJ NEWS NOTES Dr E S Whltslar died at Youngstown 0 after marrying his SOOOdth coupleThe Buffalo Lockport and Rochester railway has gone Into the hands of a receiverWhile under the influence of drink Roland Rich shot his wife to death at Madisonviile D D SouBley County Judge of Fleming county died suddenly of neu ralgia of the heart- E J Shield died at Alexandria Ala from the effects of a pitched ball strik- Ing him In the temple The Evansville Ind street car strike was declared off after a struggle lasting two and a half months At Williams town Grover Lanter was accidentally shot and fatally wounded by his brother Walter Lanter Taking the average for the world around less than half of the babies born live to be 60 years of age Herman Henning a dry goods mer chant was murdered in his store at Nashville and his cash drawer rifled Thomas McDonald a farmer of Center Junction la was beaten to death by two masked robbers who escaped Jim Wilson his 11 year old son and 15yearold daughter were drowned In Wilson coal mine creek in Henderson countyAt Ind Baker Ruddick issuing for divorce for the third time having been divorced from his present wife twice Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh announced that the initials of the designer on the new Lincoln pennies are to be removed Mr and Mrs J W Cravens of Spring Lake Iowa were killed when an interurban car struck their automobile near Alexandria Ind At Olive Branch Shelby county the Modern Woodmen of America gave a great baby show and fish fry at which thero were thousands of people An Eastbonnd Atchison Topeka Santa Fe train was wrecked by a brok rail near Gorin Mo The engineer was burled under the locomotive and killedWhile attempting to board a moving train at Paint Lick John Scbastin 15 years old was caught under tho cars and his left foot was severedjust above the ankle Roger Sommer the French aviator beat the worlds record for prolonged flight In an auroplane Ills machine reI malned in tho air for two hours 27 mlnI utes and 16 seconds Ed C Nelson switching foreman and Will Acklen fireman were killed and several trainmen were injured when a Frisco locomotive was derailed and fell over an embankment near MemphisJoseph Lewis engineer was killed and three other persons were injured in a collision between north and south bound Louisville and Nashville passen gar trains near Galloway Tenn Capt Oscar Eastmoud of tho Na tional Soldiers Home Dayton 0 was shot and killed by Edward Leonard an other veteran Tho murdered man was colonel of the First North Carolina In fantry In tho Civil War The Fayotto county grand jury at Lexington returned wholesale indict ment against Mayor John W Skaln and several other city officials on charges of falling to enforce contracts with the Lexington Street Railway Company as to street repairs The survivors of the Orphan Bri gade held their annual reunion at Cave City About 75 veterans marched thro the city and a basket dinner was pro vided for several thousand people Capt John II Weller of Louisville was reelected commander John Dugan a miner was shot to death near Kellyville a mining suburb of Danville III by John Jagens The murderer escaped but later was sur rounded by a posse in a cornfield and when ordered to surrender blew out his own brains with a revolver shot I Ono of the most Important meetings of the week was the six days session of the National Irrigation Congress opening in Spokane Wash yesterday The annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic begun at Salt Lake City yesterday and will continue through the week At North Middletown a party of young men undertook to try out newlyelected Town Marshal James Gibson by riding In and shooting up tho town in true wildwest style Gib son singlehanded arrested Bob Hill Will Hill and Ben Feeback and jailed them at Paris and is on the trail of the other cowboys ere mendedAll persons to take Foleya Kidney Remedy for back ache rheumatism and Kidney and bladder trouble It will quickly cor rect urinary Irregularities which It neglected may develop into a serious Illness It will restore health and DrugCor rJ u POLITICAL Lew Shank won the republican nomination for mayor of Indianapolis by a majority of 13270IPresident Taft is to take a long trip this Fall and will spend two days at the AlaskanYukon The Alabama ExpositionI providing for an election incorporating prohibition in the State Constitution by a vote of 70 to 29 The republicans of Henderson county nominated J M Benham for Represen tative and made no other nominations for county offices The democrats of the Legislative district composed of Carter and Elliott counties nominated G W Kazee for RepresentativeOwen announced for mayor of Louisville on the Independence tick et He ran on the democratic ticket against tho present mayor two years agoThe name of Wheeler Campbell is mentioned as having something to do with the transfer of the Louisville Her ald to Its new owners Whoinell is Wheeler Campbell Cadiz Record William James Conners chairman cf the democratic State committee of New Yorkand owner of the Buffalo Courier and Buffalo Enquirer has brought suitor criminal libel against the owners of Colliers Weekly demanding 100000 damages The Carmichael prohibition billfar more drastic than the present statutory Statewide prohibition lawpassed the Alabama Senate by a vote of 28 to 2 and which now awaits only the signa ture of Alabamas prohibition executive before becoming a law President Taft has decided that in repbbllcans ern and Western States In the Southern States with the exception of Ken tucky Tennessee Missouri and North Carolina half of the supervisors will be democrats Considering the four Southern States named as debatable ground the president will name mem bers of his own party in the hope of strengthening CASHIER W M BRIGHT of the Lin coIn County National Bank has our thanks for several of the new Lincoln pennies which made their appearance in Stanford Thursday The pennies are specially interesting not only because they bear the head and shoulders of the great war president but also because of the story attaching to the artist who designed them The design was made by Victor D Brenner who came to this country from Russia when a boy The artist choso a study of Lin coln when his features were relaxed In that winning halfsmile which was so familiar to his intimate friends It is said that when Brenner arrived in this country a mere child the first money he handled consisted of five pennies He has treasured the memory of tho United States penny as essentially tho money of children Ha therefore de cided to associate the penny in honor of Lincoln with the smile which never failed to attract to him the children with whom Lincoln came in contact The lettering on tho penny is simple and conforms to tho usual matter con tamed on thu oldstylo penny a Twits A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A mans lIfo has been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of tho town for curing C V Popper of deadly lung hemorrhages tli could not work nor get about he writes and tho doctors did me nogood but after using Dr Kings New Discovery threo weeks I feel llkoa new man and can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial ate fection It stands unrivaled Price 50c and 81 Trial bottlo free Sold and guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS I Meeting at the chapel on Lancaster street will continue until Sunday night The Word is being preached plainly and convincingly by Bro Kurfees You are cordially invited to attend these I services Morning services at 10 even ing at 745 After the November election it will be said of Jason Wesley the Republi can nominee for State SenatorUe Took his medicine like a man for Senator Took Hubble is sure to win as is every Democratic nominee in this county and the judicial district also Lancaster Record Seared With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kottlocut with a knife bruised by slammed door Injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once is Bucklena Arnica Salve to subdue Inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supremo healer Infallible for Doll Ulcers Fever Bores Eczema and Piles Moat Pennys Dreg Store iii J NIGESI OUT t I I Ladies Oxfords REGARDLESS OF 1 C IS rIn Order to Reduce the0 Stock ++ ++++++NifNN1+ tt tJ Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUC- KYIJRODIIEAP FAIR Aug IS 19 and 20 I a n1 iReduced Rates from J7t to 21st j I I Inclusive v l More given in Premiums More Races Free Attractfons Each Day Nothing has been spared to make the Fair a betterjsuccessthan ever before Come and you will never re gret it Use Amis HandMale Buggies I I There lire plenty cheaper buggies but there taro none better Buggy painting flrst class work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 and up accord ing to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber nt 88 Buggies recoveredI1UlI relintd- at 810 Buggies recovered iu leather anti rcline for 82 Rubber tires tho best on the market anti tho lowestJprices GooJyear aud Kelley at 814 heat Goodrich at 815 We solicit yotir trad- eR I M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY j The Interior Journal t Eo C WALT- ONDemocratic TicketI For Circuit Judg- lMCSAUFLEV of Lincoln For Commonwealth Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Representative W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney f w S BURCH For Circuit Clerk R J D SWOPE For Sheriff WL MeCARTY T For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER I For Jailer DINK FARMER t For Assessor JOHN c PEPPLES For Superintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner L GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District L M BRUCE For ilaglstrate0rab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle DistrIct J K HELM SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH ONE is forced to the conclusion after reading Judge Parkers long drawn out and fearfully belated decision oustin the mayor and other democratic officials in Lexington that he read only the republican side of the case as he makes no reference to tho contention of the democrats If the learned judge had used all his efforts to hit the pscy chological moment he could riot have been more successful It comes at a tine to affect as much as possible the coming election and to boost th judges alleged independent candidacy republicanhaveno candidate of their party We trul hops that the judge will not by an pouncing his candidacy show his of selfrespect and at the same time lose the respect of every decent man who has been his friend At any rate It is not believed that his decision will disrupt the democratic party or boost him again into office The republican leaders may promise the vote of their party but they can not deliver the goods The judge of Fayette county is aJidead one and he will be so dead that he stinketh if he offers for the office after all that has happened TUB deed is done the die is cast The tariff bill has been passed after nearly four months of labor signed and sealed and on August 6 became the law of the land No democrat in the Senate voted for the bill but one McEnery of Louisiana was paired for it Sev eral republicans voted against it The party in power has signally failed to keep its platform pledges and it remains to be seen whether the voters will rebuke the failure in no uncertain way We believe they will and that the next House will show a substantial democratic majority THOMAS H COLLIER democratic nominee for county judge of Nicholas is dead He defeated the present in cumbent Judge McNew by one vote in the primary held last Spring Judge McNew filed a contest and the matter had not been settled when the contes tee died BrothertRecord to print the notice of the com misslonerss sale in the case of Carter vs Carter As the law fixes a fair com pensation it looks after all that we poor editors may sometimes strike pay dirt A DISPATCH from Pennsylvania says that an engine completely decapitated a man killing him instantly Such a catastrophe is calculated to kill a man njtantly but the Pennsylvanians may be so tenacious of life that it is necesI sary to be specific about it SCORE one for fashion A girl at Roanoke Va tried to commit suicide by shooting herself in the head but the bullet got tangled up in her rat and failed to penetrate the skull So she lives ari example of saved from death by a foolish decree of fashion PRESIDENT TAFT Is soon to begin a tour of the country which will embrace I 13000 miles He evidently Is determined to his beet toward dissipating that 25006 that Congress voted him for traveling expenses IT looks like hades is to play over in Lexington Judge Parker has ousted as far as he can the leading municipal officers the mayor has been indicted for nonfeasance the board of public works for failure to have the streets repaired the fiscal court for permitting the highway to be obstructed the master commissioner for renting a house for immoral purposes the street car companies for not keeping up its tracks a number for keeping gambling houses a largo number for keeping immoral houses and so on Rumor has it that there is a good deal of politics in some of those indictments color to which is lent their coming on tho heels of th- ouster decision of the court However true this may be the capital of th blue grass seems to be trying to live up to her reputation of being the second worst city in the Union in point of mor als It is a pity that with such sur roundings and with every prospect pleasing man should be so vileICALED POWERS is determined to give the mountaineers a chance to express themselves at the polls on the question of assassination as a political weapon Congressman Edwards is a pretty good man but he has never been charged assassinaItlon sympaIthlzerslay down the law to Powers His can I will be almost as a mis GoeIbelno other claims on his party and it remains I to be seen whether his connec tion with the assassination Gov Goe bel is the political asset that he evi dently regards it TilE Rev Burroughs of Bristol Tenn holds the record for marrying elopers He has just bound together his 3000dth couple till the divorce courts do part It would be interesting to know how many of the hasty mar riages stuck and how many lived to gether happily ever afterwards as the novelists say It is dollars to dough nuts however that this record break beengthe cause of more sorrow joy and that hundreds of his couples are still repenting in leisure that they married so hastily WIZEN Gen P P Johnston cracked Denny B Goode over the head with a cane for calling him Peacock he evi dently thought that it would make wayecomes if Denny B Goode it isnt so that you highlypadministration law he had sworn to conserve into his own hands VIRGINIA democrats nominated Wil liam Hodges Mann for Governor over Harry St George Tucker by a majority of about 5000 This is somewhat of a victory for the temperance people However both are for local option Mr Mann stating unequivocally that he would sign a Statewide bill in the event it passed the Legislature and Mr I Tucker declaring that he would veto such a bill It is hardly probable that such a bill will be passed at the next session of the General Assembly IN restoring Reuben Hodge to citizen ship in order that he may become town marshal of Lily Gov Willson indulges in some witticisms that are out of the ordinary in such cases He says he grants the request of the citizens in or der that Lily which is a coal mining town may not be painted red by the natives and indulges in other pleas antries which show that the governor may be able to get a sit on a funny paper after he steps down and out DURING the month of July the ap praised value of precious stones and pearls received at the port of New York was 511295711 compared with 124925659 in 1908 This sets a new record for gems and is taken as aguage of prosperity by those able to buy them but we poor folks would rather hear something that would bring the prices of living down a figure or two WHEN a high peace officer takes the law into his own hands and assaults a newspaper man simply because he printed his name Peacock P John ston isnt it time the general had handed in his resignation for keeps and not for takebacks 1 He is entirely too high strung for this taunting world THE Georgia Legislature doesnt like tle constitutional amendment foran in come tax It tabled the resolution to ratify It We opine that other States will be slow in helping the National Administration out of a hole WILL the new tariff bill be known as Bill Tafts Tariff Bill It is indeed Payne ful to consider the iniquitious enactment designed to make the trusts Aldrich and the rest of us all poor THEHK is one consolation in the increased cost of living under the new tariff and that is that the poor man may not Seablft to keeg snore than one dog 1 To THE FARMERS Having lost my barn by fire and being insured in the Home Insurance Co of New York represented by Jesse D Wearen the insurance man Stanford Ky it is with pleasure that I recommend both the company and Jesse D Wearen to the farmers and insuring public Further more last year during the night rider trouble In our State tho Home Insur I anco Co of New York was the com I pany that stood by the farmers they did not stpp writing tobacco barns nor did they cancel any I was compelled to change my policy from another com pany to the Home in order to got in feelethat the farmers should give a company- of this kind the preference in placing their farm property Wilson Alexander Stanford Ky Aug 6 1909 2t I Cured Hay Fever and Summer tColdAS Nusbaura Batesvllle Indiana writesIILast year I suffered for j three months with a summer cold so I distressing that it interfered with my- I business I had many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors proscription did not reach my case and seemedIand Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success Sold by New Stanford Drug Co The cigarette once sschlllIy with Spanish and Turkish smokers has attained a worldwide use The con cigarettesIreplacing the pipe the sales of cigar ettes in United Kingdom last year amounting 75000000 as against 45 000000 spent for smoking tobacco In this country the manufacture of cigarettes has reached the enormous total of more than 55 billions annually The Crime Of Idleness Idleness means trouble for anyone Its this same with a lazy liver It caus es constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blot ches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life PlUS soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25c at Pennys Drug Store Since their incorporation tho Kimber ley mines have produced 12 tons of dia monds valued at 5000000000 Stock of Merchandise for Sale Id sire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and lIard ware n good bull nest Will Invoice about JioO Utiison I III health GEO DHOPPKU Stanford Ky Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monuments Markers nnd Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Onlce and works Me KlnneyKy MILL FOR RENT I Owing to Illhealth and wanting to be away from home some tills summer I have decided to rent my uptodate llx River Holler Mills driven by water and steam power Good location Mill In nrst class condition- W II THAYIXHt K F D No 4 Stanford K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and In fact wo can make any thing from bouse down to n fence post We can servo you promptly and guarantee firstclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky The State UniversityL- exington Ky The State University Lexington Ky or tees the following courses namely Agricul tural Mechanical Engineering Civil Engi MiningEngineeringcourses each of which extends over tour years and leads to a Uacbolors degree also n Department of Law and a Department of Education which last has been established Instead of tho Normal School Persons wboIenter this deportment prepare for work in pedagogy and are granted n Bach elorn subject when complete ed The Academy for preparatory instruc tion is retained County appointees receive tree tuition privilege of residence in the dormitories fuel and light traveling expenses If they remain 10 consecutive monthsor one colleg iate year The laboratories and museum ore large well equipedcomprehensiveand modern a Military Science is fully provided for ns required Congress The graduates in the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last year was 1U78 Each de rtinenthitsaspecialistat its heRd with the necessary number of assistants Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging in Patterson Hall which Is well with all the modern 11cnllureIn the University are open to women on identical conditions with those to Irheing Knglnuerlng Laboratory and Kducii J tlon buildings alTord nmple and com mod ious quarters for these departments which are rapidly increasing In thonumberot ma triculates methods of obtaining apt polntments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAM K PATTERSON Ph D LL Dg Pres or ton O FBAZE Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909- s J f ear1g 1WJer1f- l youngmen I ways come to us and you can find them H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky DRIPPING SPRINGS- P O Crab Orchard Ky SpearsFishier Small Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell privately my faun of 57 ncres Hi Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford mind two miles from Mayweed on- good rond4 tulle from pIke In good neighborhood close to church rural route nndimile from schoolhouse Land all very pro luctlvf farm In gnus balance In culti vation nil under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new burn and all ottirr outbuildings Abundance of iTne water and fruit of all kinds J T MVlNfiHTOX It V li yo 1 Htnnford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION Moreland Cs B PRUITTII Foraodaysin order to clean Up on Mat tings Druggets Carpets Rugs Etc Will give 10 tier cent reduction some rare bargains in millinery Home big IInrglllns In close outs in wall paper Nice Selection of framed pictures Now is your time to buy n handsomu miintlt mirror Cult nnd see them Choice selection of rockers Good line of beds metal and wood metal and wood folding bade crlbot mattress es springs counche Davenports chairs suitcases trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinets glass sash doors tc Call and see us suppliesHervlceG ll IUUITT Morelnnd Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyi andEmbalmers an uptodate line of goods Cough Caution Nmtr peelUnlrDnet OIao FOfII JtJQII eoufb from a tJpll cold 1J7011 POul lways heal IlOthe aisallawthe irritated Drop chlal tubes Doa ft with a stupefying potcoa JtittnofthovjaBAtianfli finally torn about For twenty years Dr has constantly warned not to tskecons a mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar l And now a HUM labelrUpo8ODSVerytoodIIiIerealterfortblaYeryressonmothersand Couth Cure No poison Barks on Dr 5 labelland none In the medicine else It must by De on the label And Its not only safe but 15 is said lobebrtDaethstknoNlibatatrtilTlwm- arkaDieeonrh remedy Take nochnc6then particularly with children Insist on ham Bhoopl Couth Cure Compare carefully the Shoop packsfe with others and note the difference No poison marks there You caa always he on the sofa side by demanding DrSboops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE EJga aetEEC E g SEt3Ifao L Penny K H Coffey E 11 Coleman m FOR HOT WEATHER HELP rBm I S ttIi9 m AND ESPECIALLY m m Our Ice Cold Soda Water with Jereey Cream A1 t- + and Fine Fruit Flavors 1 HImDBBBBBEFIRST i 7 STANFORD KENTUCKY I I ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 I t HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 w ModcrnSafetyDepoiiit tiI I OFFICER J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberls Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr W w Saunders Bookkeeper BeechNut Brand Peanut Butter nn DIRECTOR T r F Reid J H Banghman M D Elmore J M Pettni H C Baugbman JF Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker 1- CE Tate lust ReiYep Afresh J toter JI t0T G I c I Get Some For- Sandwiches jf At r tLt 4EOeFARR1sa t i J L r tr s t If you owe the firm of Severance lftSonyod will get a letter like this about Aug 16thf Stanford Ky Aug 16 1909 DEAR SIR We take this method of notifying you of the combining of our Stanfordand Corbin stores also of the withdrawal Mr T D Raney from the firm of Severance Son The busi ness of the Stanford store must be settled up within thirty days All outstanding claims must be paid After thirty days they will be placed in the hands ofa lawyer for collection Believing that our customers prefer to settle with us we give this thirty days notice to enable them to do so We enclose a statement of your account and ask you to favor us by settling at once Thanking you for past patronage and hoping for a continuance SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY t The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Awi 10 1900 i SPECIAL Joanof Arc 10 cent cigar w will sell on rd Sundays 5 cents straight I ennye Drug Slore PERSONALS MRS W A TninBLB U quite 111 A A SilARlB is vUItinj his pnrcnti In Mercer MIss LENA TRAYLOR Is with Lancet tar friends Miss DnniA VEATCH of Louisville li with Mra Lula Cormney MIss KATHLEEN WALTER of Lancaster Ii the truest of relatives here DORN to the wife of J L B Coffey s of tho West End a 10 pound boy Miss MARY CRAIG HAYDEN of Paris Is vUltlnc her aunt Mrs Mary Craig MISS MILDRED BEAZLFY of Lan caster Is the guest of Miss Emma Hoys MR J G HACKLEY of New York City leaves this month for a European 1trip i D S JOHNSCN of Ponca City Okla paid this office a pleasant call SaturdayMR LUBK of Scranton Pa it with his mother Mrs Alice Lusk at A Hustonvlllc MRS RHODA WATERS and twin daughters have returned from a visit her slater Mrs T F Splnk In Yard n countyMRS C T THOMSON of Mile la with her brother Dr T 1 I PonnlnRlon DR J A PICKETT of MaYlv11le la with his lister Mrs W A Tribble who has malarial fever MR JAMIE CAHPENTER and family of tho East End have been guests ot the family of Dr J 0 Carpenter SQUIRE J L DAWSON left a few days ego for a sightseeing trip through the East Including Niagara Falls MRS P E KEMP and children who t halo been visiting relatives here left I Friday for their home at Annlston Ala- I MR J K DAUCIIMAN and wife of t Hustonvllle spent Saturday and Sun day with the family of Mr M S t Haughman MR AND MRS MARION DROWNING and daughter MIlS Grace of Cincln natl are visiting the families of Wm i Fields and D B Rambo MR G A BENEDICT writes from Springfield that his daughter Miss J- ale t Benedict Is very low with consump lion and that he fears she can not last t long wife andMR SIIELTON M SAUFLEY son of Frankfort came over Saturday to visit the homefolks Tho former re turned Sunday afternoon but Mrs i Saufley and son will remain some time MRS CATHERINE MCCLARY has rent ed the Dr W N Craig home on West Main Street and will move to It this week She will resume her art wor at once and will teach a class In the r lineM ISSES SAVANNAH AND CYNTHIA BECK ann Mies Marguerite Bibb of Stanford Muse Lena and Mary Beck and MI Ruth Tanncrof McKinney were guea- r 1of Mw J W Davis during the Da la1r- MIS9 SUE Wiiittsv MURPHY who taught last year In the School for the Deaf at Salem Oregon li at home for a afew weeks Before returning homo I Mix Murphy spent several days at the 1 AlaikaYulcon Exposition and she pro aunceait great MRW1LUAM WADE of Pltteburg- e Pa will arrive this week to visit Miss Luclle Cooper Mr Wadejs very much interested In the work Miss Cooper Is engaged Inthat of teaching the deaf and has Riven liberally of his means to the furtherance of It SHERIFF TJ HILL and wife Mr W Trucker wife and son Morris Mrs Jennie Wolf of Danville and Mr E C Cosby of Junction City at tended the family reunion of the Cosby family at the home of Mr W S Ber nard at Dayton 0 last week MRS MATTIE DUNCAN gave a do lightful reception Thursday afternoon in honor oft her guests Mrs J C Jones of Kansas City Mot and Ml scBJ Pauline and Margaret Hockcr Margaret Warren of Stanford t Lillian Pierce of Louisville Is theI guest of Miss Mattie Lee Hubblo Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford Is visiting her Bister Miss Susie Hilton Mrs Nancy Logan of Stanford ii the gueet of Mrs W M Zanone Lancaster Record 1 MISS ROSA GOLDSTEIN of Louisville is with her parents hero Mn N W FOWLE of Rowland tail u Carlisle on a business trip MESSRS M B EUBANKS and Logan Hubble are at Olympian Springs daughteYt TII 5 visiting Mist Rattle Rico In Danville MR THOMAS ELKIN of Louisville is with his sister Mrs R M Newland MR J F ROBINSON and handsome wife of Lancaster were hero Sunday MR J A ESTES and pretty daugh ter of Kirksvllle are with friends here HENRY FIELDS and Robert Watklns have returned home from Wllltamsburg MRS EUZIIETII RICE and Mr Elmer Grey are visiting Mr W M Plaids and family MR GEORGE P MAURY of Joplin Mo baa joined his wife at Mr John N Mcnefeea MRS MARY HOGUE of Cincinnati Ii visiting her brother Mr Val Fagaley at Wayneiburg MISS JENNIE PEPPLES spent a portion of lest week with Danville friends an attended the fair MRS T H WILLIAMS of Ely Knox county is with her parents Mr and Mrs J D Baitin MR SAMUEL LURK of Grand Rapids Mich is visiting his mother Mrs Alice Luik at Huttonville MISSES LUCY AND ADA SPOONAMORE toof the Hubble section aro visiting rel atives at Franklin Ind MR W It DENIIAM of Oklahoma eonsV MISSES DORA MINNIE AND Mum C STRAUB and Margaret Davison spent several days at Crab Orchard Spring MR J L SPITLER a prominent busi ness man of Union City Ind and wife aro with Mr and Mrs R C White i the East End MRS R J LYLES and Miss Jessie D Cook of Nashville wore to have ar rived last night to visit their sisters Mesdames G B Cooper and E C Walton liON HARVEY HELM our Congressman arrived at home from Washington Friday looking firstrate after tho busy session By the way he fared well in the assignments having been placed on Public Buildings and Insular Affairs two important committees LOCALS CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer neckwear Cummins Wcaren WANTED a few ofFirst Na tlonal Bank stock This office PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced See our windows Cummins 8 Warren Two rooms for rent in the cottage of Mrs M J Withers on Logan Ave tto TilE L N offers a roundtrip rate of 2 to the Lexington fair next week I Shngatna CITY TAXESYourcarptaxes fo 1909 are due Please call and settle B D Carter collector WILL RINEHART was thrown by Miss Annie Lee Eubanks pony and painful ly hurt Sunday afternoon TAXES The taxbooks for 1909 are now ready Come in and get your re ceipt T J Hill sheriff p MR W W WHITE has taken the agency for the Richmond Steam Laun dry andBolldU your work SAN FEUCE CIGARS are for gentle men of good taste The Power Grocery Co Paris Ky Wholesale Distributor TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Freehbyterian church will meet in the room on Friday afternoon at 230 oclock Foil 3ulteofrooms in Odd Fellows building just vacated by lIon J N Saunders Also stpre room in that building Ed Wilkinson MR S J BELL sold his farm ot200e acres near Mt Salem to R M Tate ofw Itpubll1 GET Olympian Springs water at Shu gars Tanners They are sole agents for it BUY your coal from Singleton Bros Crab Orchard Ky Cheapest place in town HAND PAINTED China makes hand some and appropriate wedding presents See Mrs Catherine McClary 1 NOTHING was done in the county court yesterday and very little business of any kind was transacted In town EVENTUALLY you will use either Rex yardIf fcrence T p LAST NOTICE Five per cent will be aided to your graded school taxes if not paid by Aug 20 L R Hughes treasurer IITUI L willmake1265 to Mammoth Cave Aug 25 This includes board at the hole- and entrance tee to the caved 1 MR SPEARS FISHER of Dripping Springs according to the Mt Vernon Signal is to take the management o the Frith Hotel at Brodhead LOST in Stanford Sunday a pocketbook containing four 100 gold certifi cates several letters etc Very liber al reward Leave at this office A NORSE belonging I to Krueger i Miller who are building the court house was badly hurt Saturday by a heavy piece of Iron falling on him FARM FOR SALE 115lIcre farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanfor- and near Hubble Improvements far good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Stanford nTHE Brodheadlair people shows anagosity In securing the services o Col J P Chandler for ring again He has filled the position ac ceptably for 14 years REYNOLDS A 12yearold son of Luther Reynolds of Moreland stuck a thorn in his foot Blood poison set up and he died from the eRects of it yes terday lion B B King tells us THERE will be no more meetings of the Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church until cooler weather Th members will be notified through these columns when the meetings will be re sumed STOCK of drugs for sale at a great bargain One other drug store in town Population 1600 Finest climate in America Must sell at once to tak Poet in Foreign Land Address W A Davis San Marcial N Mex Gov WILLSONS pardon machine con tinues busy He has granted freedom to John Baugh of McKinney who in a fight with Mr D C Allen of Huston ville fearfully maimed him Baugh was given a year and had served about five months Miss BEITIE V LOGAN of Huston vllle who is visiting the family of her- i cousin Mr Robert N Logan at Tus- r cola III sends us a program of tho Patterson Springs Chautauqua showing promrare now being held To MAMMOTH August 25th on regular train Last for the season 12 65 for a three days trip Includes railroad fare board at hotel and the several routes through the cave from all stations on the Cincinnati and Knox ville divisions Ten days limit on ticket See L N agent MR W P KINCAID of Garrard has rented the Mark Hardin warehouse for this season and will buy and store to bacco in it He also has a large ware house at Paint Lick and will be in the market at all times In due time Mr Kincald will open a warehouse either Kings Mountain or McKinney whero e will buy all grades of tobacco AT a ofsnumber of the anti saloon people of the county held yesterday it was decided to accept the proposition of the saloon people stating that they would neither call nor countenance an election on tho whisky goes tion prior to March 12 1911 and thehto have been held Oct 1or as called off We hope and believe asItime as they would have had the been held 1S n I MR W H UN nenwooD had a fine brood mare killed by lightning Thurs day On the same evening Mr Jacob Gander had a valuable milk cow killed AT commissioners sale yesterday W R Denham bought the L M Bruc home on East Main street yesterday to botJlthtIon street for 2COO passengerjumpedcounty and considerable damage wa done T D Anderson the master whose home was in Louisville was instantly killed He was throw some 25 or 30 feet and was also etruc by some of the debris e WHO CAN BEAT TUlsTMr S J Ta tern of the East End noticing in ou paper an account of a large piece of to hde longIon Mr Kenner Farris place and it ia a splendid one Who can beat this off night by R B Spurgeon of Harrods burg district deputy and E L Grubba of Shelby City assistant district dep uty The following officers were elect ed Rev D M Walker Consul L R Hughes Advisor J F Engleman Banker J B Sartin Clerk R R Ware Escort A A Sharpe Watch man J V Price Sentry E J Drown Physician J T Manning A Parsons Walter Singleton Managers J T Rey nolds Chief Forrester and Camp Dep utyY TilE Chautauqua which begun at Waltons Opera House Thursday night under the auspices of the StateWide Prohibition Committee of Kentucky has shouldrhave all been of a high class and those of our peoole who failed to hear them missed many treats The first enter tamer was Rev Gardner a fine cornet lot pianist and speaker Then came Dr Hall lecturer and Capt Stanley both good in their lines Rev Joe Jamison and T Otto McPherson vio linist rendered splendid programs Sat preache Sunday morning All the churches gave way to him Yesterday afternoon and last night Senator Regan the car toonist and tax expert delighted his hearers The water wagon quartette furnished inspiring music Senator Re atewhen tho Chautauqua will come to an end For indigestion and all stomach trouble take Foleys Orlco Laxative as it stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and will post lively cure habitual constipation Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Justice Mills will render his decision Thursday at White Plains N Y as to whether Harry Thaw shall be set at liberty Farm for Rent for 1910 01Tnnd fine sprlnKiSUacresof bottom land 40 acres upland In grass and timber Heeding rights this Fall Would like to rent Ore Hept 1C Call on tlA HAGGIS J PKNNINOTON It K U No I Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE J 1 wish to tell privately my farm of 52 acres Mllesfromdwelling good house fine water etc Lanrifalnhlghstate of cul tivation Alto four other small farmfor sale All well Improved Term sails factoryDOHIPPLKStanford Ky R F D No s Farm for Sale On Danville A Huitonvllta pita of 240 acres In Lincoln count Ky 14 tulle from More land This swell improved good well and cittern nnd abundance of stock water furnished from neverfalling iprlnKi Most of farm In grass I desire to sell this form In the next 00 days together with tho stock highbredmarei t registered I registered stallion U acres of corn IS or so stuck of hay fiirm aril Implements of oedescription stuckthe whole putlit or any purtof tho nnd If I itll tho farm without the stock lmust tell not Inter than DO days to its to give tlmo to make n sole of my stock Also ave odd mules front work mules down coltsYou have to see this farm ciate tho location and the many advahtagcs of this farm Any person from a distance deatrlnR to see this eomq to More Inland Lincoln county Ky on Queen A Orescent route thjs arm being only about mile from station D B KING Morulanll Ky L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I Oilt y We have a few Skirts left in Voiles Panamas fie aUcol ors 25 IEft CENT OFF FOR CASH Pricesefrom 88 to 81251 Price now from 85 to 88 patternskDont forget tremcndousCUT we are making onalKOxr fords i rYou may also take any price of Dress Goods in our house at 25 PER CENT OFF Big CUT on all other lines Como to see us HUGHES MARTIN CO Goods Notions Shoes IDry KENTUCKY 1 SUMMER RATES VIA =heC cATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY AUG 19th 16 ROUNDTRIP x16 JJ ttti Ilir tNEW YORKEvery 2800Vi3000 Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lslte and Rair32l5 BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York with tlopoven 3735 OLD POINT COMFORTTuesday July 27 and Saturday Aug 21 Fifteen Day Limit 1250 Very cheap rate to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts on Sale Daily Summer Tourist Rates tp all Principal Points In Virginia on Sale Daily For full information call on or addreu CEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky 1798 Trapsilvaiia Uoivet5itq 1909 Continuing Kentucky University i The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres r Thirteen buildings with modern equipment EuropeStandardized1Iand 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 for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LaNGTONKENTUCKY H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and coal Branch House Stanford Ky Thurman Tudor Mgr ry H NORTHCOTT Stanford FOR SALE 1 Oti easy terms n jrooll11twostory house largo lot good It Thll II very doatrnble real l1rnbIHOME FOR SALE The property on Danville Avenue rttan lord by W IK Withers Has n KOOU residence and outbuildings are goal shops and Ix catlon llrstalass and In IOllprtvate1MuMary Pennlngton Htanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I onnewltlktwell located In good neighborhood being handSOUIethereon with oil necessary outbulkllUKsand sixttirou t andtwoYearscent Interest until paid writeor The Interior Journal toteredin the POt OJca at Stanford at IWdelsu matter L N TIME TABLE No II south Ut26 p x- NoIIHOutbUOOA X No 14 North 440 A x- No2tNortblIlT p x No l7 1047 AM NoN 240 p M JOE S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue gross tend one mile North of McKlnneyon the Htanford pike Improvemonta and fencing good of water fruit Also 15 acres of timbered land one mile lUst of McKlnney half under fence plenty of Water and good tobacco land See grow JIg crop J Altent1IlcKlnney When Ordering Clothes JUsve your measure taken by a tailor of ex yerience Then whether a lowsorttheprice bulnela IUIt lne evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests topcoat and overcoats Spring and summer amples on hared ready for your inspection II O RUPLK The Tailor Stanford Ky COT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the publlo with the best AS well as tho freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty ot wreaths lor for lunoml purposes In connection with the above 1have all kinds of vegetables on hnnd at reasonable prlcesOl1RIHTMAN11tl ENhIOUSES ED HcniiAiiD IROK Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M omce 85 Insure with me and bo fully protected WODL HIDES FURS GJasrnlJGoldenare Dt altrs and can do better for than agents or commission merchant LouisvilleWriteping tags We furnish wool bigs tree M SABEL SONS CSTA U HKO IN asa 220 Eo Market S LOUISVILLE KY INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Lightning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count J LBeazleyCo n Undeitatcers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuge They will exchange Furniture for Ml Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TFOttD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmcr at d Dealer InlHarnesa Saddlery STANFORD KY k MFUontiaf some Pllou 6 FARMERS DEPARTMENT J M Pettus has several good brood mares for sale Many crops of tobacco are being cut in Fleming county- E P Woods got 253 bushels of bar ley off of five acres W M Bright had a valuable milk cow to die last week- J H Thompson sold to A J Thomp son 152 sheep at 525F- ORSALESOW and six pigs Mrs L H Stone Stanford FOR SALE200 good stock ewes A W Carpenter Moreland Let J S Murphy the I McKinney miller do your custom grinding Choice Shropshire ram lambafor sale E G Bickley Stanford R F D No- L J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load of salt FOR SALEl50 barrels of old corn George 0 Spoonamore Preachcrsvllle Ky R A Wilham of Salvisa bought a 4yearold jack from W L Graham for 500HeraId Take your wheat and corn to J S Murphy the McKinney miller High est market prices Judge W A Tribble had a fine colt by Preston hurt Sunday Its leg was broken by a kick from a horse Four good thoroughbred Poland China boars three months old for sale M G Murphy Kings Mountain Ky FOR SALE400 stock ewes 2 to 4 years old Sell cheap if taken at once Jas McKechnie Hubble Ky Lancaster phone 334 An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky EWES FOR SALE500 ewes bought in Wayne and Russell counties No Wea tern ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky Twelve cattle that had taken refuge under a tree on a farm near Millers burg during an electrical storm were killed by lightning The Texas cotton crop is in need of rain The plant in Louisiana and Mississippi is reported in good condition and some improvement is noted in Ala bamaSallie Brooke the great twoyearold filly belonging to Carroll Dudderar won again at the Danville fair She has made three shows this year and Yon three blue ties FOR SALEl25 stock ewes good ones Just a little extra good Call at my place and see them or write or telephone me at Yosemite Ky They are 1 to 5 years old Lincoln Wells COURT DAYThere were about 150 cattle nn the market here yesterday and all of them sold at 2 to 4Jc About 500 ewes were offered for sale and a number changed hands at 4 to 6c The horse and mule market was dull There came to my place about June 1 a spotted male pig weighing about 30 pounds Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep Mrs Mat tie James Wnynesburg Ky R F D No1 It is said the tobacco warehousemen are sending agents to the Burley dis trict soliciting the growers to keep out of the Burley and Equity pool and dis pose of their tobacco through tho ware houses The agents are said to have met with considerable success There strayed from my place about May 10th a large work steer Deep red natural muly Will weigh about 1250 pounds had a coarse toned bell on when he left home When last heard of was near South Fork bridge in Lincoln county Will pay liberal reward for his return Clay Elliott Humphrey Ky Walter 0 Walkers horse attracted much attention and after the show he refused 3300 for him The mules shown here would not be outclassed in any show in the State Tho rings were full and all were good ones but accord ing to the judges decisions which were satisfactory to all Harris Woods and J H Baughman of Lin coIn and Mr Craddock of Nolin Ky had the best ones Lancaster Record ill its report of the fair He called for a glass of beer for the weather was hot The barkeep said Its near beer but just as good I wot He drank it down then shook his head and blurted No tis not It may ba near he sadly said but it doesnt reach the spotNashville Banner It Is the weak nerves that are cry lag out for help Then help thorn dont drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heart ot Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store Joe Bailey John Porter Jack Willis and James and John Phelps alleged counterfeiters were arrested at Mil wood W Va with 25000 worthof fake coins in dollars and half dollars in their possession Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoopa Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys DrugStore Q INDIVIDUAL FARMS Will Be Given Unequalled Op portunities at the GreatI Blue Grass Fair CONDITIONS FOR EXHIBITS All Kentucky Farmers Eligible to En ter Extraordinary Competitive Ex hlblt Under Simple Condition Set Out Below Do Not Forget That En tries Close Monday August 2 In order to stimulate Interest In Im proved agriculture and to offer oppor tunity to show to the world the char aster of farm products grown In this section the Dlue Grass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of August 914 has framed conditions for the following exhibit which should be one of Its most attractive and beneficial features Exhibit of products from individual farms not loss than six from appended list to be shown all to bo grown by exhibitor 100 divided into four pre miums = 50 25 15 10 From the following list the exhibitor is to choose not less than six products of his own farm to be shown and it la also understood that exhibitor may show as many more than six as he may desire Burley TobaccoOne plant of green tobacco In pot or cut- HempThreeInch bundle Corn in StalkSix stalks Sorghum In StalkSix stalks Wheat in StrawTwoInch bundle Oats in Straw TwoInch bundle Rye in StrawTwoInch bundle Barley In Straw TwoInch bundle AlfalfaTwoInch bundle Red Clover TwoInch bundl- eAlslkeTwoinch bundle Crimson CloverTwoInch bundle Soy Deans TwoInch bundle Cow Peas TwoInch bundle Blue Grass TwoInch bundle Timothy Twoinch bundle Orchard Grass TwoInch bundle German millet TwoInch bundle Potatoes Selection of six any named variety The exhibits will bo judged by points on the following basis Quality CO points diversity and commercial value 23 points arrangement 15 pointsWhere grains are exhibited In tho bundle the judge will consider both quality and quantity All samples of grains must be cor rectly named as to variety Tags to so designate theta will be supplied by the superintendent In charge Each exhibit must be arranged so as not to occupy moro than five feet of wall space It Is suggested that nil exhibits of small grains grasses and legumes be attached to a board as In this way a much more effective display can be secured In the case of tobacco It Is suggested that plants intended for exhibit bo grown In pots though cut tobacco may also be shown Where an exhibitor grows both smooth and bearded wheat he may If he BO desires show a bundle of each and have same count as two of tho six articles required to permit his exhibit The phrase twoinch bundle used to designate quantity to be shown means two Inches In diameter where tied All exhibits will be marked by number tags alone and no names of ex hibitors shall In any case bo attached nor shall there be any designation used whereby the identity of exhibitors may be known until alter awards are madeExhibitors from nny county in Ken tucky will be eligible to competition Entries close Monday Aug 2 at 6 oclock p m and no entry will be ac cepted thereafter All exhibits must be placed not later than G oclock p mor Saturday Aug 7 and no exhibit that is not in place and complete at that time shall be eligible to compete Prof H Garman of the Kentucky Experiment Station will ast as judge Prof George Roberts of the State University of Kentucky will be Super- Intendent in charge The standing committee for the de partment consists of Mr C E Marvin chairman Prof C W Mathews Da- S H Halley Prof George Roberts Mr George D Knrsncr Though in no sense relating to this exhibit or coming Into competition for any of the prizes offered the manage ment of the Dluo Grass Fair is grati fled to state that tho Kentucky Expert ment Station will make a display at the fair on the lower floor of the Flor al Hall where this exhibit will be held The display will be taken principally from the department of Prof H Garman and will not only Include a largo number of samples of crops grown on tho Experiment Station farm but will also attempt to set forth intelligibly the insect pests which are a marked detriment to farm crops grown In Central Kentucky and which can be successfully combatted by farmers who use Improved methods recommended by the Experiment Sta lion As In past years the Blue Grass Fair will continuo both day and night during the week of August 9th to 14th mach evening beginning at 730 ft band concert will be given the full program of free acts will follow and all the large aggregation of shows will bN ODML I IThoMrs MInerva Cobb Will ploaepr lenl thorn properly proven tome i y Aug a 110 IliCHARD Conn Kxor Danville Ky B D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 96a- rANFOADKENTVCK MASONSMEET Lincoln Lodge NoM FA A M will meat In stated communlcntlon on eAvb nest and third Monday nights ofrnch month nt Tsu oclock In their lull on nmln streeet Wan ford Ky Members of deter lodjjs are fraternally Invited to be present W Ien nlngton He- rSURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I un prepared todo all kinds ot worn anti civil engineering My will be guaranteed and m prices are men sonable Write me nt oKlnne or call me over the telephone through the llnitonvlllo Exchange WALfEIl MCK1NNKY The MoKlnnty Wwltn Mills McKlnn y Ky Is now In operation and Is ready to serve the public In Jeans Uneys Blankets Flannels Yarns Etc p m either work wool or exchange Roods for It High est market price for OHWHiallT Iror Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Maggie II Wheat riff vs Lena 11 furgets etc IHjfendnnts otlcoofsale In obedience to n udgutentrnderett In Dm above styled action Ht the Stay term 1VUP the undersigned CummUiloner will on MONUAYHKIT WTH 1MB count court day Iwtween the hours of land InHianfonlcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit ot six months the tract or land In Lincoln county Ky owned t y Ilryant 1I0bblI the tlllle or death bounded on the North by the lauds of W rClrlmes on the South liv the Stanford and Irrachers vllle turnpike on tho WI by the lands of Mrs Mary K Wftfrlnlcontlnlnll Kit urns The objeclor IIIIlnl TEKMH llond with approved security payable to tile will be re quI nod of the purchaser boarlng per cent Interest from data of 10 until paid Imvln the force nnd effect of n judgment and secured by lien on tho land J n IAXTOJT Master Pomr P McltUIIKIlTH Airy fur IJft Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Clrault Cour- tAdlreotedbynjudgtnentofthe Lincoln Circuit Court rendurrd nt the February tormIWJ In the notion of W U Mcduffey Rod others against J A Runaway nnd oil ers the undersigned CommUtluner will nt about 1 PM on- iONfIAYSEPT 13TH ia U- county court day In front of the court house door In Stanford Kyoilerforsale nt pub lie outcry to the helt and lest hhhlr o0 n credit of six nnd It monlhsthe tract of lAnd near Lincoln countyIthhldjIn nl the timeKYjown1 nail thusd nTllxd- lleglnnlng nt a dogwood U links N M W from n prUlfl Win Hutchisons corner thence N 6111011a to n store talent HutchlMms corner In rill Hutchisons lln thence N otS W III twits to A store Robert Hutchisons corner llii iict NJJSW lu poles to n store In Hlmn Mnrtlns thence with same H 43i W IS poles to a pop Martins corner thence H 3 K lit llnntinto n stake on the side of n hill where n forFtwo buckeyes unit white walnut near a brunch thence H 7l W n sugar tree In a drain Wm liulchisoas corner thenco with his line N75i W tt iwles to H dead white oak with ash hickory and- uKetree pointers his corner thence lilt line HHW XI poles II links to n hickory his corner thence Ills line H S H WKSpolu too whltu oak his corner thuncu his alms ntHlU WWtwIesTllnlcston cherry tree his corner thenco his linn N tH W 7 1 pelts to tpo beginning containing IM acres 1 rood and H poles of land ponds with good security for the purcbu e will Iw of the purchaterbearloge percent intereitfromdateofnleun ill paid payable to tlloConuuissloaur hay InK the force and offwl of a Judgment nnd secured by lien on tie land J 11 1AXTOK M tf L C IV I M MoKoberti Atty for Puss PUBLICSALEI u leaving sold my farm I will sell to tho hlKhest anti bet bidder tit lilY fnrm ono mile South of Jlrynntsvllle Kyon TflursdyAug Z609 Promptly at 10 A M tho following personal property Sixty Horses Mules and Shetland Ponies 30 Jersey Cows and Calves 72 Southdown Sheep Out SycnrpId stnlllon by Oratorio dRill HiillloOIInker iiWii one yearling 11111 lion by HcnrchllKht duo by U likes pne brood mires with colts onoextra good saddle mare 6 yenr old colts by Jim Ulnrk one race cult two yearling colts byJltuClark toorlIVolll mare mules onothreo yearoldhorsOmu- leSHETLAND PONIES- One 4 year old stallion H brood mares whloli are nnttvo iMJiiles8 Importid mnres registered lu yeiirllpg colts 6 suckling colli COWS AND CALVES Ono registered Jersey bull II years old 10 Jersey cows with cnlvus t yvurlliiK Jersey hollers C yearling IleersIill puro bred ewes mOI them sired bvn buck that took the prem lum lit the Lexington Houthdown buoklYlarIlDKlto 4 yenr olds lb shoats TACKS AND JENNETS One s yenr old Jack and two Jennets with colts by side One set01harnessgb tdleunndpolo 1 double saddles lot of hay 1 tobacco setter never been used 1 Moslsr smite combination lock sisting In wheatdrillc rnlplanternruower roller binder plows cultivator tiny rake wagon cutting burrow Ike Palace with 10 swnm of bees lard furnace 41 gallon ca mention householdend kitchenfurniture including a Unit Itadlnnt Heater re frlgerntor solid oaK otllce desk 1 solid oak book case 1 rosowood book case lot of old fashioned furniture and numerous other things that you will want lfldlgroo will be furnished ot the pedIgreed TKUMBmarte known on day of sale JEFF T DUNN OolItM Dunn CUT PRICESe t j IJ AH Summer goods must be sold at Cost We are overcrowded and must make room for our Full stockof now fresh goods Note the prices Mens Suits were yelling at 822 50 now 14x18 Mens Suite were Selling at 818 00 now 12 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now HK08 Mens Suits wero Selling at 812 f0 now 8 Q8 Mens Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 48 Mens Suits were Selling at S 7 60 now 4 48 y Mens Low ShOO were Selling at 84 00 now 83 25 Mens Low Shoes wero Soiling at 83 60 now 208 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 38 l I ItSLadies Low Shoes weio Selling at 83 50 now 82 38 Ladle Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 10 1diC Low Show were Selling at 82 50 now 1 18- aduVLowT Shoe wero Selling nt 82 00 uow 1 a8ILadies Low Shoes wero Selling at 81 50 now 110 Straw Hats 81 60 Value now 8 08 Straw lists 82 00 Value now l8Straw Hats 83 00 Value now 2JJ4 Straw lists 83 60 Value now 2 08 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Oliver PlowsrDisc Harrows and the Supe 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 i W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky 1 I have just received car of OLD HICKOIIY WAGONS the Lest wagon on the market for the money See them before buying as there has been n great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national BanleJ Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- JJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER I HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTORSS I J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Qco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancastor W H Cummins Prencbersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family ns a city residence and place yourself in a to get tim latest market quotation at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service- I I which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received or address our nearest office or write direct toIheadquarters Nashville Twin for information regarding our special r mote Lino rate If 6u are not tit e8ent enjoying telephone service we ui KentuckyI f it t o