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I J I THE TERIOP JOURNAL 1 ilYOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 13 1909 j MO 43 BRODHEAD J G Frith la having his store and hotel building repaired ronmI Robt Hicks la preparing to neat residence near entrance to fairground The L N Is improving tho looks of things by putting a coat of paint on water tank and pump houso Mrs Smith wife of T II Smith president of Beaumont College liar rodsburff visited Mrs J W Hutchison first of week Mrs Smith was hero in 44 interest of the college The Baptist church building Is being treated to a now coat of pnloi Brad ford Albright Is doing tho work Some white washing on tho fence and some weeds and briars cut away would add to the looks of things oj The Hockcastlo Baptist Association meets hero on Sept 7 continuing three days The first day will be devoted to- Sunday school work alone and all Sun t day schools in the bounds of the asso ciation are invited to be represented In some way notwithstanding the conven lion will be under the auspices of the Baptist church One of tho features of the fair wit be a speech on the second day by Col H G Wllllama who is a candidate for Commonwealths attorney of the Ken ton county district Ills subject will bo lAbor New Duty It is useIe to say who Mr Williams is for most tho readers know of Dick Williams son of D N Williams of Mt Vernon- J R Tuttle of London was here first of week on buslncM Misses LII lie and Annie Albright of Barbourville 1vlltcd Mrs Mary Albright Mils Elizabeth Carter of Gratz is with her brother Dr W F Carter this week I Mr Jones Brown of Bee Lick was hero Monday doing some surveying Mrs Will McKinney of the Freedom section is very low with typhoid Mr Roy Mink of Moreland is visitin his cousin Mrs W F Carter While the country furnishes good far mers and good neighbors tho towns also contain some of the best of citizens Wo do not wish to flatter any one by our eulogies wo ate simply hurling at them boquets while they live instead of waiting until they aro dead and then putting them upon their graves you como to the Brodhead fair don fan to visit tho placo of business and shako hands with tho senior partner Mr A E Albright of tho firm of Al bright Adams Ed as wo call him Is 33 years of age was born near Bee Lick where ho lived until 17 years old then como to this place and clerked in the storo of his brother J H Al bright until about 25 years of age t when ho began business for himself When 22 years of ego ho married Miss Dollie daugter of Mr and Mrs 0 W Turpin Mr Turpin claims the distinction of being a rebel soldier while Mrs Turpin is a daughter of Rev j J J Edwards whose name appears so often In Kentucky history Ed owns J one among tho nicest residences town and takes a delight in keeping every thing looking cozy Ho has four child rent all girls MIss Lena the eldest who acts as organist at tho Baptist church occasionally Misses Hazel Nina and Augusta Worth aro tho other three hl takes a interest in lothean eye for the betterment of things i Ho is a great Sunday school worker staunch member of the Baptist church also a deacon and has dono a great deali towards tho erection and completion of tho new Baptist church building here As to politics he is a democrat and isflsubscriber to this pape- rKentucky Fair Dates v i Tayiorsvlllc Aug 104 daysaf lIarrodsburg Aug 12 Lawrcnccburg Aug 171 days 5 t Richmond Aug 183 days Perry ville Aug 183 days Barbourvillo Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyville AUg 245 days Elizabcthtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Somerset Au r314 days Frankfort Aug 314 days I Nlcholasvllle Aug 314dpys Bards town Sept 14 days I Tri Stato Fair Mlddlesboro Sept 1- idays Paris Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 74 Kentucky State Fair Loulsvlllesept 136 days No matter how long you have suf fered Foloys Kldnoy Remedy will help you Mrs S L Bowen of Wayne W Vafwrltos I was a suf tarot from kidney disease so that at times I could not get out of bed an when I did I could not stand straight I I took Foleys Kldnoy Remedy On dollar bottlo and part of the lured mo entirely It will cure you Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Richard Golden the famous old col median is dead in New York ctty r Murphy and Acton Come Back KINGS MOUNTAIN Aug 4Ina let ter to the INTERIOR JOURNAL of Aug 6 W F Lane M B Smith and Morris Wall misstated some known facts viz At a meeting on the last day of Mayor the lit day of June Dr Acton stated in presentthatmonth of June At a meeting on the night of July 14 all members being prevent with the district treasurer Maurice Singleton Dr Acton stated what ho told them about levying the tax In June Mr Lane said he know Dr Acton said something about it but bo paid no attention to It Murphy went to Morris Wall about tho tax so that Wall would bring it up at the meeting from the simple fact that if wither Murphy or Acton brought the question up tho other three would be against it as they had practically been against everything either of the other two stood for They say they had no school law and tailed to got one and had to depend on the retiring president and secretary for information This is incorrect as there was a copy of the school law In the postofllce sometime borate they were elected trustees and we saw them studying same Also all through tho month of June Morris Wall was seen with the school law in his shop theyftq levy the taxand at least three weeks before the time was out they misrep resent facts therefore wo claim wo were not in the least to blame for the tax not being levied J W ACTON M G MURPHY IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The new directory of Danville shows that that little city has 6200 inhab itants LogangBurns may die Richmond suffered n 30000 fire when Azbills livery arable Thnrmans grocery and the city fire department buildings burned Rev II F Searcy pastor of thoI Baptist church at Lawrenceburg wasI badly hurt while driving in Madison autotbu gyIn Washingtons Plague Spots lie In the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac tho breeding ground of ma aria gonna These germs cauto chillsI laver and ague biliousness launilicoI lassitude weikness and general de bUll and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric Bit ters voter fall to destroy them sad euro malaria troubles They are thot best ull round tonic and cure for ma laria I over used If writes It M James of Louollen S C They cure Stomach Llv r Kidney sad llIoVi1J Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them SOc Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store w A kindhearted little city girl observ cd during her first day in the country a mother ten about to gather her little brood of chicks under her wings The little girl rushed up to the hen shout g Shoo you ugly thing How darn you sit down on those beautiful little Posta c Health Coffee the cleverest imitation of real coffee ever yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine I- navorIs mado In just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting Sample free Pennys Drug StoroI Street car fares in Bordeaux France re less than 2 cents a ride and working people pay only half that between and 6 in tho morning and C to 7 at night Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Irovoiitlcs will tan tow hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try thorn 4S25c Sold by Pennys I Drug SloreIVisitorSo this town is strongly opposed to corporal punishment Walter Yes sir Why mister dey dont even let us carve whipped cream A tickling pcoug+leanly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform bvITho auto needs no tail or net To keep insects away That smells enough to hold all self Respecting flies at bay Little Alice who has just been by her spaI think dad is ddroadtull Was the only man you could get mummyn bdTessWill you be satisfied with one r nTunThenCLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer a i I NEWS NOTES Richard Golden the actor died sud denly on board the houseboat Stroller In Gravesend Bay An Inspection of the furniture for the new State Capitol stows that some of it was damaged In packing Wallace Miller a Negro was lynched in a church yard In Trigg county for attempting to assault the daughter of a farmer pretension the House overwhelmingly passed the Senate bill providing for license tees Col Albert A Pope well known in automobile and bicycle circles through lOUt the United States and Canada died at his summer home in Cohassct Mass The woman who was found dead Sun day in the woods near Detroit with evidences of assault and murder was identified as Mrs Martha Galahn of that city On motion the Commonwealths Attorneyall the indictments in the al leged night riding cases in Galloway county were dismissed with leave tore submit the cases to tho grand jury capitalist illness He was 81 years of age and was actively engaged in business up to t agoWhllobonfire at Evansville Ind Lorena Kuntz aged nine years fell Into the flames and was so badly burned about her face and hands that she will prob ably die John Stinson was killed by a mob which entered his homo at Amos nine MaryDouglassbrother Tom Jones as the man who did the shooting John M Sharpa prominent stockand grain broker of Louisville whose firm closedout all trades and suspended operations last week and whose where abouts have been concealed for several days died of Bright disease in a De trait sanitarium Leaving her home early on Satur day afternoon to place lowers on the grave of her father Anna Schumacher 17 years of age who resided with her mother in Rochester N Y was attacked bjr one or more unknown men criminally assaultedand murdered On obtaining one of tho now Lincoln pennies John Niccito of New York gave it to his nine old son James w erholaughed the coin slipped half way down boydiedpital The Cascade Distilling Company orvNashville Tenn will be allowed tOilet the case against it and its officers Aprillastportment of Justice recommended the acceptance of this compromise and tilt Treasury Department has approved it Jesse Couley a young man from Wolfo county who was working on a farm near Winchester was found dead in the barn lot with his skull crushed Ho had evidently ridden a mull to the creek to water it when the animal became frightened and threw him off Isis foot caught in the harness and ho was kicked and dragged to death Alter locking their two children in a bedroom and fattening the doors of their flat so that the neighbors could Ii not enter in a hurry Antonio Spizzirri and his wife went into the darkened parlor in Chicago and tried to kill each other Thq woman was shot twice and stabbed twice with a stiletto and died bolero the police got there The hue band was shot twice also and probably will die Twas A Glorious Victory B Thero8 rejoicing In Fedora Tenn A muna lire has been saved and now Dr Kings Now Discovery is the talk of tho town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor liandusing Dr Kings Now Discovery three weeks I feel like a now man and can do good work again H For weak soro or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La- TGrippe Asthma or any Broncljial of fection It stands unrivaled Prlco BOc and 81 Trial bottle free Sold sass 0 guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store w When two colored base ball teams are playing the umpire always calls afoul an unfair ball Why r If he said foul tho players would all quit and go looking for the chicken All persons are recommended to take Foley s Kldnoy Remedy for backarheumatism and Kidney and- ladder trouble It will quickly cor 5ct urinary Irregularities which t- eglected p may develop Iota a serious naps It will restore health and trength Sold by NewStanford Drug Co I CHURCH MATTERS The State convention of the Church of tho Living God is in session at Winchester Rev Of T J Porter of Roanoke Va has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist church of Winchester Tho meeting at Green river church Yosemite conducted by Elds Mont gomery and Williams resulted in 23 additionsRev M Walker of this place is conducting an interesting meeting at the Christian church at Hubble He preaches every night and the crowds thus far have been large The South Kentucky Baptist Associa ton has just closed their annual convention which was held with the church at McKinney this year A large number of delegates and visitors were pres lent His many friends hero and elsewhere will be glad to learn that Rev D M Walker has been retained as pastor oi the Christian church for another year Ho is one of the very best preachers In this portion of Kentucky The meeting conducted by Mr Kur fees will close Sunday night In order that those who come may be more com fortable the last two services will be held in the opera house Sunday at 3 p M What Itls That Divides the HeavenlyHomeThere Rev William Leo Popham of Louis ville will preach on the Power of Love at the Presbyterian church Sun day morning In the afternoon at the Baptist church he will speak to men nighthethe Methodist church His subject will be A Mothers Love In the absence of the pastor Rev T W Barker Rev W S Grinstead of Versailles a former pastor and friend to Stanford will preach at the Metho dist church Sunday morning next at 11 oclock Epworth League will meet at 715 Union Services at the same placo at 745 r M Sermon is to be preached by Elder Walker pastor of the Christian church This and ThatIEleven lives were lostwhen theOkan agan Hotel at Vernon B Cwas burnedBob Wo track famous as tho discover of Cripple Creek is dead at Cob Springs Eleven elephants escaped from a circus and terrorized the people of Clay Center Kansas Eugene Keefer of Fitzgerald Ga crushed to death while moving a piano The instrument fell on him Under a decision of the Henry Coun countyhighcommon school law will be located in I EminenceThe Lumber Company of Lexington has been awarded the contract to build another boys dorms tory at tho State House of Reform near Lexington on a bid of 19846 MATRIMONIAL A New Yorker earning 15 a week issued for 100 a week alimony Cyrus Marshall aged 78 and Mary Kirkpatrick 60 were married in Frank countyColeman Moore and Miss Mandy Phil holybondsWallace Ageo and Miss Lillie Engle- a popular young couple of Richmond surprised their many friends when they were quietly married at tho residence of Rev Hugh McLellan Joe Walton Craft son of Mrs Sallie Craft and nephew of the editor of this paper was married in Louisville- on last Thursday evening to Miss Judello Brown a daughter of a well known business man of that cltyLan don Democrat e put his arm around her waist The color left her cheek But on the shoulder of his coat It showed up for a week Mary had a little lamb A hundred years ago he chops on which I dined today Are from that lamb that some Uurbanlcof tasteVWould patent make An onion with an onion And with a violet smell Seared With A Hot Iron r scalded by overturned kettlecut flth a knife bruised by slammed door parhoArnica Salvo to subdue Inflammation kill the pain Itll earths supremeI healer infallible for soils nt Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25oat ho ennys Drug StoreBcRobert Morgan fell from his porch at Paducah to the ground some five feet Ukl broke his nest 1 I i FRI6ESL iij i t j 0N t3141ii hadiesij REGARDLESS OF I C C S rIn Order to Reduce thecrf StocktY i 4 c L 1 y t+ Hf4Mtf+++++++t ++ttt Cummins Be Wearen t STANFORD KENTUC- KYBROII11LAII i FAIR Aug 18 19 and 20 Ij 1 Reduced Rates from 47th to 2fsfJ 4 V Inclusive J More given in Premiums More Races Free Attractfons Each Day Nothing has been spared to make the Fair a better success than ever before Come and you will never reM gret it s rnol sHand Mane Buggies Jp There are plenty cheaper buggies but there aro nono better Buggy accordl810 Buggies recovered in leather sass reliued for 825 Rubber tires best ou Uie market and tho lowest pricey Goodyear twirl Kelley nti4 Goodrich at 16 Wo solicit your trad- eR M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY 1 The Interior Journal Eo Co WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Circuit Judg- eMCSAUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney p CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For Btnte Senator i R 1 HUBBLE of Lincoln county uFor Hepresentatlre W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY St ForCounty Attorney J W SiBURCH For Circuit Clerk Q J D SWOPE f For Bkerllf- tJ W 1 MCCARTY- For County Court Olerk GEORGE B COOPER ForJallcr DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES Y Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES MCKECHNIE e For Constable Btnnford District I M BRUCEs For MaglitratelCrab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Huitonville District JK HELM SR For Magistrate Waynetburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable WaynesburgDistrict- JOHN G BAUGH TOE full appropriation committee of the House will take a junket to Pana ma to see the canal in November As Congress has authorized the issue of 375000000 in bonds for the digging of the ditch the reason of the visit now is not apparent except for the purpose of enjoying an outing at the expense of the country The original estimate of the cost of the canal was 140600000 and Harpers Weekly after a personal investigation of one of its emissaries says it will cost a billion before it Is through The issue of bonds is how ever said to be only an excuse for the purpose of replenishing the treasury which sadly needs the money Harpers gives this reason Eight years under Cleveland cost the country 2519524 867 eight years under Roosevelt 4 y 627855383 a difference of more than two billion dollars The army and navy under Cleveland cost 551559393 un der Roosevelt 1781426471 a differ ence of nearly a billion and a quarter And 15 years hence not a single battle ship now afloat will be fit to go into ac tion How long Oh Lord how long before we shall return to an economic ally administered government and a tariff for reuenue only REPORT cornea from Lexington that Mr W P Walton has bought the Ga zette a democratic afternoon daily of that city As he is en route with his family to Atlantic City we could not corroborate the report but on the prin ciple that it is hard to teach an old dog new tricks and knowing his fondness for the business he has followed for nearly a third of a century we incline to the belief that the report is truer Printers ink ia monstrous hard to wash off ones hands either really or figur atively As he regards Kentucky as debatable political ground President Tat has deg cided that all the census employees 1n Kentucky must be republicans But William the First ought to know if not these presents are to inform him that republican incompetency at Frankfort has taken Kentucky out of the doubtful territory and placed her on the firm foundation of a democratic State A JODOE has decided that the Bristol VLudrys have no cause of action and that the city must submit to the will of the majority and be wet The drys will hardly let a subordinate judge settle the matter for them but take further steps before a higher court to prevent the reintroduction of the sa loon LINCOLN whose name is now revered even by his enemies managed to make buckle and tongue meet on 25000 B year Mr Taft now gets that much for traveling expenses and wants even more with a salary double that of the great emancipator SENATOR BRADLEY is back in Louis ville and told a reporter that he was going to practice law like the devil till Congress reconvenes A great many lawyers practice that way but we had not thought the Senator was in that class TilE president and all his Cabinet are away from the capital but God reigns and the government at Washington still liveiit r TilE automobile display and performances at the Lexington J fair were all that the most fastidious lover of the machine could have hoped but as Senator Bailey of Texas who was In the city remarkedtilt is a most Incongruous thing to have such exhIbitions- at an agricultural fair in a section that should encourage horse raising When you buy a horse from a farmer or breeder he not only gets your money but continues to get it in the sale of feed for the animal Every turn of the crank in an automobile destroys aquan tity of gasoline and every ounce of that product of the Standard Oil Company disposed of enriches that grasping mo- nOPoly There is food for thought in the suggestion uqEDITORS HOWELL of the Atlanta Constitution and Gray of the Journal of the same city fell out over the met its of Hoke Smiths administration arid having run out of epithets applied to each other have quit the unseemly quarrel from sheer exhaustion Both are good men and useful to their thriv ing city but such exhibitions as they have been making of themselves Injure their power for good and weakens their influence among thinking people If editors want to quarrel let them go out in the woodshed and fight it out flat and skull if necessary SORE head democrats and republicans are trying to get together at Lexington for an independent county ticket but so far have not been able to agree on a division A committee was appointed- to urge Judge announce his candidacy to succeed himself and run at the head of an independent ticket but he has so far kept his own counsel It is hoped that he will tell his flatterers to get behind ma Satan to and thus retain a lingering respect of his former admirers NIGHT riders are again posting nog does containing dire threats to the owners of Reelfoot Lake in Tennessee This comes from tho fact that the Supreme court of the State rushed in and saved the necks of the convicted slayers of Capt Kankin on the merest technicality Often the courts are the greatest producers of crime TilE government statisticians estimate the five crops of wheat corn oats rye and barley In the United States this year to be worth 3102100 400 The entire output of gold and sil ver is but 614651300 Great is the farmer and glorious are his prospects And he deserves all the good that can come to him- AUDITOR JAMES reports that there is a deficiency of 35301793 in the general expenditure fund This is going some considering that when he took charge there were about 1400000 in the treasury and the republican ad ministration Is not half gone May the good Lord help us A NEGRO was lynched near Cadiz Tuesday for attempted criminal as sault close by the place that anothe- brute was hanged a short time ago These drastic examples seem to hav little effect on the lecherous fiends who continue to get in their beastly work IT is now said that the plums for Kentucky patriots will not be handed out till after Mr Tafts 13000 mile tour Suppose he should be killed and Sherman should accede to tho throne M wouldnt there be anew deal all around Perish the thought It is harrowing TIlE government places tho wheat yield at 725000000 bushels which is but 23000000 bushels short of the record crop in 1901 With this big supply there is not much danger of anybody starving and not much reason for putting the price of flour so high WHO said the republican Congress Is unmindful of the great common people Didnt it reduce the tariff on plasters 1 Inorder to catch even however the manufacturers will it Is saId enlarge the size and number of the holes in the plasters THERE seems to be developing a mutual admiration society between Miss Alice Lloyd and the State Journal A fellow feeling usually makes us wondrous kind and both hate Congressman lantrill with a holy hatred and both wIth good reason TilE governor of Alabama has sIgned the bill to prohibit the sale of any liquor in the State containing over J of 1- per cent of alcohol With such a proportion a fellow would have to get outside of a barrel and a half to get even a little tipsy ONE would think that wireless teleg ipliy would be practically costless Compared with that over strung wires on high priced poles Not so it seems since n statement shows that the system was operated last year at a loss of 47000 A DISPATCU says that Evelyn wants a divorce and half a million from Harry Thaw She deserves it for saving his neck with the flimsy He she told on Stanford White SINCE Senator McEnery a eo called Southern democrat voted right along with the Aldrich adherents some real democrats are sore over the fact that Louisiana wasererpurchased 4 Lii I Vltiation POLITICAL his trip down the Mississippi river I The Georgia General Assembly adjourned sine die after a session remark able for the number of freak bills introduced John F Morgan nestor of the Nich olas county bar has announced for the democratic nomination for county judge- to succeed the late Thomas Collier who was named for that place in the Democratic primary held May 15 The stick and the shotgun aI implt merits of the unwritten law were figuratively abolished by the Georgia Legis laturo as the means of defense of a J womans fair name The House passed tho bill already adopted by the Senate making willful defamation of a woman a misdemeanor At a conference between representa tives of the Society of Equity and the Burley Society at Winchester proposi tions were made by tho Burley Society which will end the controversy between the two organizations The Burley So ciety agrees to pay the Equity SocIety 1 a hogshead commission on tobacco pooled through local unions of the Equity Society will pay over to each county money received for tobacco ten I days after receipt and will pay to the Equity Society 10000 out of the pool of 1909 half of which is to go to the State society IThe Crime Of Idleness means trouble for anyone Its the 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 Pills soon banIsh liver troubles and build up your health 25c at Pennys Drug Store I HOME FOR SALEI The property on Danville Avenue HUn W U Withers Has a goodresidence and outbuildings are in good shape Hplendld cistern Bud big Location tlrst dau and In nne neighborhood Will sell privately MM Hugh Held K n Mary Pennlngton tnufordKy Stock of Merchandise for Sale 1 desire to tell privately my dock of pro cones and Hardware Doing n good new Will Invoice Reason Ill health OEO D IIOPPEUStanford Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn VIIe and Metteei Otllca and works Me Kinney K- yMILL FOR RENT I to ill health and wanting to to havermy Mllli driven water and steam arstciasseWiTllAYUm It F D No 4 Stanford Ky Farm for Sale On IMnvilie3Hustonvlllepikeof 240 acres In Lincoln county Ky mile froth More land Tills farm 11is well iprovetfgoodwelt and cistern end abundance of furnished trout neverfalling Most of farm in grass I desire to veil thli farm In the next eI days together with the stock Bredjtlnpetse tockn ncki ellegosfIo broad mare 4 registered si registered U acres of corn ldorto stacks of hay farming Implements of every ofthestoek- and se the whole If I tell the farm without the tock I mutt sell not later than 80 days 10 in to give IIIH time tomnkoii sale of my itock Also have XOodd mules from work tussles down to colts You will have to sea this advantages ciate the location and the many of this farm Any perion from a dlitanco desiring to see this farm can come to More land Lincoln county Kyonetbe queen k Crescent route this tarns being about iS mile from station II II KINO Moreland Ky The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington Ky often the following courses namely Agricul tural Mechanical Engl Electrical Engineering Mining- nglaeeringClassical and lIel1 courses each extends over four lead to Itacbelors degree also a Department of Law and a Department of education lad has boon established instead of the formal School Persons who enter this department for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted a Itnch lors degree In subject when completed The Academy for preparatory instruction is retained County appointees receive free tuition prIvilege of residence In the dormitories uel and light traveling expenses if they remain 10 consecutive mdnthsorone college late year The lalx ratorles and muieum are largo well equipped modern Hillary iifullyprovided for as required by Oongreii The graduates In the several courses of study readily employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma for last was lors Each deg withtheYoung women tied an excellent home with board and lodging in Patterson Hull which it well equipped with nil the modern conveniences bull for culture at 13 per week Allcourseaofetudy- in the University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to miles The completion of tho Agricultural Mln Inle Laboratory and lion buildings afford ample and commodi ions quarters for these departments which are rapidly Increasing in the number of ma rlculntei For catalogues methods of obtaining np pobttments information regarding courses of study and terms of admiiiion apply to JAH K PATTKKSON PhD LL nlres or to DO KIIAZKK Duilnois Ag vtt Fall Term Begins Sept 909 c Ungen I Our especial effort is those the boys and wear If you want NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS al ways come to us and you can find them I H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky DRIPPING SPRINGS PO Crab Orchud Ky Ii now open for ttxt season Write to Sperm Klslior Manager for folder Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately toy Inns of 57 acres In Lincoln county seven iiillri from htltDford and two miles from Maywood on good roadjy mile from In good neigh borhoodclose to church rural route anti 14 mile from schoolhouse IJIIH nil very pro ductlve farm In gross balance In cultl rutIon all under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new harms nail all other outbuildings Abundance of fine water and fruit of all kinds J T MVINOHTON U Jo1I No1 Stanford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION c B PRUITr Moroland KentuckyF- or10 Uny In order to clean up on Mat ting Druggeti Carpets Hugs Etc Will give 10 per cent reduction Iluve some rare in millinery Home big bargains In close outs In wall paper Nice selection of framed pictures Row It your time to JuT 1 halldom mantle mirror Call oDd se them Choice selection of rocker Good line of lads metal and wood metal and wood folding beds eribscotsmattress vi springs rouiichvn Davenports chain suitcases trunks extension tahUi centra tables medlclnu cabinet glass luiih doors Ac Call and see UK Well equipped stock of funeral supplies Service night or day O II 1HUITT Moreland Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyf Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Cough Caution Xerert c itivtl7MT paisonyoaftaof Itr- dWylbla onib even from a Osooth InSSSS the vttcoed broDonl bUodly tnpefjlni poison Its how vnt thirsts flnallr 10m aboaL orbte1t7 years Pr Sheop hu ConsWolltlrwamld poop take cons mixtures or oonuuunt Opium Chloroform or simllarpolans And now little late thoufb rsta Mrs PuUi on the label If poisons are in TOUT Couch Mixture Good I Very rood II and others s14nuIdlmhtonhating Dr Stoops tb h CUT I on Dr flboop muJt117laws ld to be by thoMthiit knowlt best then- particularly srkablacouah remedy Take no chance with your children Insist on having PrShoopscough CUre Compare carefully the Dr Shoop packsia with others and note the difference No poison marks there You caa always be on the safe side by demanding Shoops- Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE n tTh W LONG 9RTH I Stein Co UAK ta1II Y things men the Dr Edcrhcimcr j fE EE mIwG L lnny R II Coffey E U Coleman ifE FOR nOT WEATHER HELP m 1filY OUR tel Talcum POWImi Ill t t Imi I 111 and Fine Fruit Flavors m il nr m PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky STORE I mBBIBBBBJ3 E ZJ FIRST NATIONAL BANKo STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2S6500I Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safetyb vt Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account J OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T HarrisVlcePrcsldeDI John J McRoberti CalblerI H C Banghman Asst Caihr- WVSanndersBookkeeper DIRECTORS 1 F Reid J H Baughmaa M D Elmore J M Peitui r H C Banghman J F CumoiDt S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S locker CIE Tate e Big Line of4J y IIf Chattanooga PloW i The Best Made I t GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanfordof 1 p t E 4 xx EwTi cw =L r f vl 1 For the remainder of this month August we offer any of our Mens High Grade Shoes at 25 PER CENT DIS COUNT Such wellknown makes as Florsheim 5 and 6 Shoes Burt Packard 4 R J R 3 to 4 Take 25 PER CENT OFF and you have the price This is a great opportunity to save money The combining of our Corbin and Stanford stocks gives us too many shoes We have Patents Gun Metals Tans Vicis and Velour Come while we have your size There is nothing better made at any price than Florsheims Shoes Anticipate your Fall needs v J f j L r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYi The Interior Journal I r I STANFORD KY Auoj 13 190 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo onlyrJ 4PERSONALS Miss JEAN PATRICK went to tho Lex ington fair yesterday BROOKS BARKER la back from a visit to friends at Bellevue i MRS D II URECK of Richmond i with Mrs W A TribbleI REV W S GRINSTEAD of Versailles li with hia daughter here Miss IDA Moonn has returned from a visit to Lexington friends i MESDAMES LOUISE AND C E TAT I aro at Crab Orchard Springs S J EMBRY and Robt Woods art attending the Uarrodburg lair I MRS JUDITH CHESTNUT of Rockcas tie is visiting Mrs W I Herrln MESSRS W W HAYS and C E Tat are attending the Lexington fair MRS M M STONE returned from yesterdayfI II Shanks were at Liberty this week MR W A NOAKES of Chester Va is visiting his sister Mrs J H Wre MR LYNN IYATT of Lexington 7 spent several days with McKinney friendsMiss Susie THOMPSON of Mt Vcr non Is with her slater Mrs L R Hughes MISSES MARY 1I1GGlNS and Josophin o Hayden aro with Miss Mary Mcltobcrt- at t JUDGE W L DAWSON Is at Crab Orchard Springs recuperating from his Eastern trip MR SINK DUDDERAR was hero yesterday Ho IS a full fleged knight of the grip now Mug E T PENCE and handsomo litl tlo son Lynn Pence are at Crab Orchard Springs Miss MATTIE IlAY8XwsLEY of Co lumbus Ga spent several days wit relatives here MR M L MARCUU of Stanford was a pleasant caller at this office Somerset MRS MARY OHAIR will KO to Somer I i 4set next week to visit her daughter R Robinson j Miss FRANCES METCALP of Boyle was a passenger on Wednesdays train en route to MR JIM MYERS and family of Jell co Tenn arc tho guest of Mm Reu o 4 ben Milton of Rowland MRS MARY URONAUOII returned to Crab Orchard yesterday after spend log a few days hero MRS I C BROWN and Miss Ellen I Murphy left for Seattle to attend the Rreat eXIOsltlonAdvocate MISSES LEONORA AND LUCILLE Hou R1GAN of Marion county returned with Miss Stella Rupley and aro her guests MRS WOODIS JONES spent some tlmd with her parents In tho End Her daughter Miss Jones is with them I now Mn S C KINO of Ensley Ala is with Crab Orchard friends Mr King is one of tho youngest bank cashiers in the South MBSDAMKS C 1 DORSEY of Louis ville and T S Robinson of Nashville are with Judge W L Dawson and Mrs Elmer Eada Miss PjiiUNB HOCKER and Master Jesse hooker aro in Lexington attend- Ing tho fair Mr J S Hocker aced m t f panled themIcP I villeInd fhishealtw is andMissrtMa rte Mahony is running his insurance office in his stead MR J C WELLS who has a ood with the Cumberland Telephone i Co at Knoxvllle was a passenger on l Wednesdays Southbound Miss LIZZIE BRIGHT of Stanford who has been with her brother John for the month returned to her homeYC1lterilaySomeree Times MRS JOSIE RANEY of West Arling ton Md who was badly hurt by being thrown from her buggy at Mr C M Jones some two weeks ago la rapidly ImprovingMISSES MATTIE TRIDDLE and Julia Higgins of Richmond were hero Wednesday between trains en route to Crab Orchard Springs and were guests of Mrs G G Perry Mn VIROIL KINNAIRD nnd sisters Misses Anglo and Patsyo Kinnaird of Lancaster were over in their auto Wednesday evening They wore guests os the Misses Cooper MRS J F CASH returned from Es till Springs Tuesday end has been quite 111 ulnco Hagin and fly who havo been at the Springs for some 10 days returned Mrs Cash and are with relatives here MRS ELIZA A BLAIN chaperoned theI people ton fair yesterday Miss Annie Louis and I Catherine Lyles Cooper Mary Elizabeth McKinney Annie D McRobIa arts Lucy Lee Walton and Huston GentryV 6 LOCALS I PURE cannel coal at J H Baughman Cos Try a load 0GET Olympian water at Shu gars Tanners They are solo agents for It BUY from Singleton Bros Crab Orchard Ky Cheapest place i town THE wets wlllafor election on tho whisky question in Somerset in December PULASKI democrats will name a coupe ty ticket Aug 28 We hope It will prove a winning one SEE Belden Mdllee carriage repairing painting Bpd rubber tiring Shop Opposite depot I fTilE Lolliwilleell roundtrip tick eta to the Richmond fair Aug 18 to 20 good returning 21st at 130 IIAND tAINTED China makes hand some tind appropriate weddlngpreseBtsg See Mrs Catherine McClary l Reaor Why not begin now and save the dif ferrateLOST black shepherd dog four whit e fatnReward A R Matheny Stanford It F D No1 TilE L willsell roundtrip tick eta at ono and ona third fare to Leba non tomorrow Aug 14 on account of the Emancipation Celebrations LOST In Stanford Sunday a pocket book containing four 100 gold certifi cates severer letters etc Very Abet al reward Leave at this office THE valuable horse belonging to Krueger Miller the courthouse con tractors which was badly hurt by a heavy piece of iron failing on him had to be shot 1Tile bright little son of Mr and Mrs Jesso Carpenter of Huatonvlllc died Monday after a lingering illness Much sympathy Is extended them by their friends here FARM FOR SALE U6 acre farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hobblo Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Stanford Mil G G SPECR secretary of tho Capital Fair to be held at Frankfort four days beginning Aug 31 has our thanks for a comp which we hope wo will be able to use TUB recent sale of Cumberland Val ley Land Co holdings made by Presi dent J S locker yielded a dividend of 21 per cent which will bo sent out to tho stockholders tomorrow Tim Somerset Journal refers t George Quillcr Farmer of Pulaski a the Cicero of tho Mountains an ape pellation which belongs In fee simple to lion Fontaine Fox Bobbin of Crab Orchard PnOF J S REPPERT the aged edu cater of Rockcastle was found dead at his name near Orlando It is believed by some that he took his life Proto Reppert taught at Hustonville many years ago STOCK of drugs for tale at a great bargain One other drug store in town Population 1800 Finest climate in America Must sell at once to take Post in Foreign Lend Address W A I Davis San Marcial N Mex JUDGE R G WILLIAMS who is mak ring the Kenton district the best com monwealths attorney it ever had will be one of the attractions at the Brod head fair next week He will speak on Labor the second day Aug 19 Miss MARIE MAHONY who is managing her fathers insurance office dur ing his absence knows the insurance business On Monday she succeeded in getting an old German to take out a policy who had turned down both Mr Mahony and ono of his agents on thoI propositionS IT doesnt speak well for Stanford that her people patronized so poorly such highclass entertainments as the Chautauqua gentlemen gave Ander sons Comedians tho worst lot of barnstormers that ever came here IslIti Two rooms for rent in the cottage ot Mrs M J Withers on Logan Ave OLYMPIAN SPRINGS water at Shugar Tenners drug store Try a glass or a Jug SQUIRE JAMES McKECHNiE has our delightnr l THE L N will sell roundtrip tickets to the Brodhoad fair which beg Ins Wednesday at 8Cc CITY TAXESY citytaxes for 1909 are due Please call and settle B D Carter collector TAXESTho tax books for 1909 are now ready Come in and get your receipt T J Bill sheriff ASSESSOR W A CARSON has had G Haggard sworn in as his deputy tho Southern end of the county to sue teed A A Crutchfield THE Rockcastle countpfair begins a t Brodhead next Wednesday 16th and many Lincoln county people are makin their arrangements to attend Tile Liberty News says that Caleb Powers has many Pleads in Casey who will be for him for Congress it matters not who comes out against him We thought better of our clever Casey county republican friends To MAMMOTH CAVE August 25th on regular train Last for the season f12 65 for a three days trip Includes railroad fare board at hotel and the several routes through tho cave from all stations on the Cincinnati and Knox villa divisions Ten days limit on tick eta See L d N agent MR A ADDAMS of Lincoln county candidate for Prison Commissioner was In Louisville yesterday after a trip over the State in the Interest of his race Mr Addams reports that he is well pleased with his prospects and his many friends who remember him as Clerk of tho Court of Appeals are in teresting themselves in his race Mr Addams says he is in the race to stay and he believes that he is sure to win lIe will attend the Democratic barbe cue CourierJournal T THE Chautauqua came to an end Tuesday night Senator Regan the entertainer for Monday and Tuesday greatly pleased his hearers Ills sub I ject Tho Fool Taxpayer put many of our people to thinking and many to ask themselves where all the money paid outtfor taxes goes Senator Re gan Is not only a good talker but an ex pert cartoonist The vocal quartett6 which accompanies him made splendid music Rev L L Pickett who is managing these State Wide Prohibition Chautauquas was on hand Tuesday night and made an interesting and time 01y talk 9ASSASSINATEDJ A Engleman op erator for tho Queen Crescent at Kings Mountain was shot to death i the depot there about 2 oclock yester day morning Tho shot was fired thro the window and the bullet entering the back of his head death must have been instantaneous Ills pistol and watch were taken but some S3 or 10 in the cash drawer was not molested Mr Engleman was about 25 years old and for many years resided at Shelby City His mother and brother Mr Matt En gleman of Mt Salem survive He leaves bis wife to whom he was mar tied in March last She was Miss Haggard a daughter of Mr W G Hag gard Coroner George P Bright went to the scene and summoned a jury to make an investigation Being unable to get a clue they returned a verdict to the effect that Mr Engleman came to his death from a pistol shot wound inflicted by unknown parties Lairs blood hounds were put on tho trail and they followed it along tho railroad When last heard from tho dogs had reached- a point just below Waynesburg and were trailing steadily This is tho second operator who has been killed at Kings Mountain within the past two years the other being Mr liaison VanDeveer who was shot to death by Harve Watts who died from an overdose of chloral in jail while awaiting his trial It has been only about five years since Agent Rucker was assassinated in the depot an Danville making three operators killed within a distance of 25 miles of each other in the very brief period of five years or less k NOVELTIES in neckwear CumminsI Wearen WANTED fewshares of First National Bank stock This office L Tim L N otTers a round trip rate of 12 to the Lexington fair this week PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced I See our windows Cummins Wearen WORK on the courthouse is progress ing satisfactorily and Contractors Krueger Miller think they will have the big building completed by Winter TilE sign writers T thought they had barrels of fun Wednesday night when they soiled for the time a number of show windows in town If the little cigarette puffers had something to din the day they wouldnt indulge in such thnvagrancy were as be the trouble makers wpuld be too tired to spend their nights in carousing and general cussedness mgY e Home Insurance Co of New York represented by Jesse D Wearen the insurance man Stanford Ky it is with pleasure that I recommend both th company and Jesse D Wearen to th farmers and insuring public Further more last year during the night rider trouble in bur State the Home Insur once Co of New York was the com- pany that stood by the farmers they did not stop 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 get in aureate on my tobacco barns so I feel that the farmers should give a company of this kind the preference In placing their farm property Wilson Alexander Stanford Ky Aug 5 1909 2t For Indigestion and all stomach trouble take Foleys Orlno Laxative as it stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and will poll tively cure habitual constipation Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co Farm for Rentfor 1910 Fnrm contain ISO acres Brick house of 7 rooms borne cribs nnd nil outbuilding nnd line prlnRHttcrii of bottom land 40 acres upland balance In gnus nnd timerWould like to rent beforei4optt35eCall on MILK RLIU JIYSSI OTOV It K U No 1 Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 with to sell privately my fnnn of BJ acres nt Jumbo Lincoln County Ky tour miles from McKinney Ilai on It good 10rboin dwelling horn collar spring house nn water otc Lan lAIn hIGh ebttofeul tlvutloni Alto have tour other small term for tale All well Improved Terms satis factoryDOBIPPLHHtanford Ky II F D No 8 NOTICE I The order entered by the county court Aug dismissing the application for ala cal option election In Lincoln county has been by court set aside and an order made setting Tuesday Aug 24 nt 10 A M as I the time to bear and pats the applica signsnI present to make the proof require by Stat uto or no election can be he- ldREWARD I Having suffered considerable nnnoynnce and damage from outlaws In breaking at latchef and tearing down nwl destroying my gates on the county road that runs through roy farm I have concluded to offer a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons I wlU therefore give the sum of SJO for infor mutton leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gnteior that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the Hustonville turnpike to the Mtlledgevllle turnpike througumy farmland I will Viva the saute amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August 100II T J HILL HU Pine Blue Grass farms c Reasonable Prices We bavb for sale a great many do sirablo farms located in Marion and adjoining counties In sizes these farms range from the very small farm to tho very largo one Prices very reasonable These lands are adapted to the cultivation of all the crops raised in oth hcrWe havo a line hurley tobacco sec tion If you are interested write or call on u- sCentral Ky Real EtteCoL- ellanon Ky I L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I 25 Per cent Oil i Wo have n few Skirts left in Voiles Panamas c n11col ors 25 PER CENT OFF FOR CASH We also havo a few Linen Wash Suite left Regular prices from 88 to 81251 Price now from 85 to 88 This is this seasons goods Latest styles and best patterns + Our loss 13 your gain I oDont forget the tremendous CUT we are making on all Ox fqrda dYou may also take any price of Dress Goods in our housc att CENT OFF I f t Big CUT on all other lines Come to see us 1 orJ f HUGHES MARTIN CO ShoeseI STANFORD KENTUCKY imIOliver Plows 1 Disc 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 usawhen we can serve you WaII IIIGGINSSta- nford KentuckyJ S H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal l Branch House Stanford Ky Thurman Tudor Mgr i 1j i f H B NORTHCOTTStanford RURAL TELEPHONES MR ARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get time latest market quotations nt any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service I which yoaand your neighbors can get for a sum that is small comparedwith the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mess Line rate If you arc not at present enjoying telephone service wean immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana and IllinoisEAST TENNESSEE TEL CO INCOItlOUATKD CONCRETING We are in position to do nil ktnds of con rating IUCI1II1 Work Pavements and In fact wu can moke spy thing from tl- ouse down to a fence post Wo cun servo promptly and guarantee Ilrrt claff work and material Call and get our prices before you buy your material nt least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky l FINE FARM IN IARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE r A fine blue grass farm for seta situated on near lolnt Leavvll and six miles aoutiiof Lancaster JOO acres well located In good neighborhood being part oI the John Walker tract with a some now two story seveu room residence treon with nil necessary outbuildings andeUod new burn tlJxllO six runlllnrthroughlXIUI L one and two years trolls day of sale bearing six percent Interest until paid Persons looking for such place please write OrlOQ W 0 WALKKK Stanford 4 3 y The Interior Journal t moeredin 0e Pal Ofa at Stanford tdcLua rooter 1111 L a N TIME TABLE No II South II 28 p X- No1BHoUtb1103 A Y- Nol4 Nortb 440 A x No n North 027 r x No 171047 A X No ZH 140 PM JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICEsu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The term of 140 acres of good blue grow land In one mile North of McKlnneon- tbe Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water And fruit Alto 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of MoKlnney fence plenty 01 water and good tobacco land Heo grow ngcropr SAratVENHAgenluMcKinney When Ordering Clothes Hove your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whethern low price suit or the finest evenln clothes will have that Individuality and tit which Indicate they were made to- yourtheaure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer inspectionSStanford CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the bet as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I havo nil kinds of vegetables on baud at reasonable prices OHUIBTMAN OAKEN IIOUHES ED IlUBUAUD 1BOH stanford Ky IniumJTobioco ann Tobacco Rams Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office 96 Insure with me and be fully protected YOUR EUY WDDL HIDES FURS GlasuaGoldtllare Dealers and can do better for merchaatsReference Write for weekly price list and ship ping tap We f bags free M BABEL SONS tTlUHIO in teat 229 Eo Market SU LOUISVILLE KY INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealthand GlassSuretyon Bonds attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo UndeitiRere and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur nituro MattingsRuge They Willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Calls Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary IUnHIIPhoatIIIr STANFORD KYj FARMERS DIPARTM11TT J M Pettus bM several d bro marea for sale FOR SALE Sow and six pigs Mrs L R Stone Stanford FOR SALE200 good stock ewes A W Carpenter Moreland Let J S Murphy the McKinney miller do your custom grinding Choice Shropshire ram lambs for sale E G Bickley Stanford R F D No 2 J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load ot salt FOR SALH150 barrels of old corn George 0 Spoonamore Preachcraville KyTake your wheat and corn to J S Murphy the McKinney miller Highest market prices FOR SALE400 stock ewes 2 to 4 years old Sell cheap if taken at once Jas McKechnie Hubble Ky Lan caster phone 334 Red muley heifer came to my place about 10 days ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Mrs John P Gooch An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky Harris Woods have their string oi mules at the Harrodsburg fair J H Baughman took his string to the Blue Grass fair Lexington EWES FOR SALE500 owes bought in Wayne and Russell counties Nd Western ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky t W E D Stokes refused 75000 for Peter the Great 2071 This great horse won the premium at the Lexing ton fair offered for the finest trotting stallion in Kentucky FOR SALE 125 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 An indicated winter wheat total yield of 432920000 bushels compared with 437903000 bushels finally estimated last year an average condition of win ter wheat 903 against 901 a year ago corn 844 against 825 spring wheat 916 against 807 and oats 855 against 768Extortionate and unreasonable switching charges are alleged in a com plaint filed at Washington by the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Im migration of Kentucky and the Ken tucky State Fair against the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge and Railroad Co and others Names O maidens when you choose Mark where he writes a name For if he carves it deep Upon the scroll of fame Tis only of himself And has a selfish aim But if he traces yours Upon the shifting sand Or cuts it on the bark Of woodland monarchs grand Though thrilling it may not Grim poverty withstand And therefore to be safe And never meet with wreck To know both fame and love With neither flaw nor fleck Tis well to choose a chap Who writes names on a check McLandburg Wilson HUBBLE Elder D M Walker is preaching some excellent sermons at the Christian churchElder A R Moore of Birmlngharr visited friends here this week Miss Alice Rankin of Stanford was the guest of Miss Mary Rankin Prof and Mrs J C Lipscomb of Columbia Mo are expected soon for a visit to her par Ants Mr and Mrs Jaa Robinson R- L McKechnie of Tampa Fla has joined his wife for a visit to relatives here Mr and Mrs A L Spoonamore- and daughter Fannie of Liberty Kansas are with relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Farris Fitzpatrick have re turned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Jas Rankin It is the weak nerves batit are cry- Ing out for help Then holp them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weaij 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 In the arrest of Postmaster Phillip C Smith of Chicago Marion county Government officers believe they have solved the mystery of missing registered mail that has recently failed to reach Chicago the Illinois metropolis Mer chants of Chicago 111 have been missing letters registered by CDS tomers Pains of women head jwins or any paIn stopped In 20 minute sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See byIIng production of compound liquors in an order issued by the acting Commis- sIoner of Internal Revenue The order becomes effective Sept 1 Cured Ray Fever and Summer Cold- ASNusbaum Batesvllle Indiana writes Last year I suffered for thred months with a summer cold so distressing that it Interfered with my business I had many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors pres- crIption did not reach toy case and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate it Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foley a Honey an4i Tar with the same success Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Gov Comer of Alabama signed the Carmichael prohibition bill which im mediately became the law Under the new act no beverage containing more than onehalf of 1 per cent alchohol can be sold legally in the State LAST NOTICE Five per cent will be added to your graded school taxes it not paid by Aug 20 L R Hughes treasurerSNOTICEI Those having clalmsagalnstthe estate of Dlr Minerva Oobb will please present them properly proven to me by Aug S leow RICIIAKD Conn Kior Danville Ky B D CARTER New Liven Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering My work will bo guaranteed and my princes are tea sonable Write me at or call me over the telephone through the Jlustonvllle Exchange WALrKIl MCKINNEY Thi McKlnnty Woolen Mills McKlnnsy Ky Is now In operation and Is ready to serve LinseyBlanketswork wool or exchange goods for lUHlgh cst market price for wool C II WRIGHT Pror Commissioners Sale I Lincoln tlrcult Court Mangle TL Wheat riff vs lena It Slur- gene etc Defendants Notice of ale In obedience to rendered Injudgmentthe above styled May term ItntVUie underslKned Couiinlssloucr will on MOXDAYHKPT 13T11 t40 county court day between the houriof I and lPxlnfrontof the court house door In Htnntonl Ky offer for Inl6 nt public out cry to the highest and best b on a credit of six mouth the tract of land In Lincoln county Ky owned by Bryant Hobbs at the time of his ilonth boumlnl on the North by the lands of W r Grimes on the Houth bribe Htnnfonl and Preachers yule turnpike on the West by the lands of Mrs Mary K nrrenicOlltnlnlng lOji acres The object of l nllmt TICUMM Ilond with security payable to the Commissioner will be reo iiilredof the piirohaxer bearings per cent Interest front data of until paid hnvlng- the force and effect or R judgment and secured by lien on the laud JII PAXTON Master Oomr 1 M MeROIiKKTH Atfy for I- llPOSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Miss Mattle Hewes Ilclchenbnch Ilros Fred Uaumann A T Traylor rlllmrn floocti N H Plummer 0NunnetleyJJ K Ilruce David Stevens John Onnllmllch Wits Cordler Ian Tra lor M D Elmore llotllbOllok Fred Jinndort J JThompion II l1 Anderson J K Mover Mr and Mrs Jos H Ends A Klluisn Mrs N1 Horton J llnntoLognnVIlev Father boo IriGPerryII W H II Ilaughmnn Uriah Albright A unoot Mrs Margaret Uooch Jacob lander Oeo O Olvens W HTraylor Main Itoborts John Jufer Amend Schaefer MJ Slotmmnn KT Henzle A H Matheny 11OwsleyHJUHundley K HCrow Mrs Nannie 11 Good O K McClure Anderson Carr Anton Itoneckrr W M Dlshon Fred VonUruenlgan T L Mrs Kate Ador SIc Hutslra Rebecca It Carpenter W Koputat J K Moier John H Leo U Hevleri Christian Jacob 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURNVIA I 4 t U1 TDAY AUG 15 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving luCm City 600 AM ASK TICKET AGENT roe PAITICUURS e I w It t fI JI t t J t f c I j r l t fj I Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens I Nationali J1111iferInsuranceI Company Believing that they WANT such a company that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing forIits stock we will publish in this paper every week the t I amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting Jlubacription was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week Second Week August 9 200240 T I MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No DO RAANwhit most In stated communication on each not and third Monday nights of each month at 733 oclock In their hall on main strvevt Htnn ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra terntilly Invited to bit present T W Pen ntngtou S- ecCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the Vlhrnar term Uw In the action of W M McfluOVy anti others against JAlunawnyand oUt eri the undersigned Commissioner will at about 1 1 xon ION YMttT 13T1I Ilea county court dln front of the court house door In Htanford Kyoffcrforstle at pub Ile outcry to the and beet bidder on n credit of six and Is monthsthe tract of Inud near Highland ID Lincoln county Ky owned by Jesse McOulTey at the time of his death and thus described IleglnnlngatudoKWood Jlllnh N M W from n sprlng1 s corner thence fit poles to a store Robert Hutchisons corner in Wm Hutchisons liobertltutcAsnncornerthnceNfl4l- v poles to a store In Hlmp Mnrtlny Iue thence with tame 8 WJi W i5 poles to n POP- lar Martins M K 11- 1olustoawhite1 onkllughesand Juo UIII tin corner thence llnillir line H 8554 Elea- toles to a stake on the stile of a hill where n poplar and two chestnut were called tor- Y r Pot cornet thence N 16 WTfl poles to two buckeyes and white walnut near n branch thence H 71 W Zl polo to n sugar tree In a drain Win Hutchisons corner thence with his hue N75i W rt poles to n dead white oak with ash hickory and tree his corner thence lilt hickoryhIto a white oak his corner thence his line nt HU W 20 poles 7 links to a cherry tree his corner thence his line N 45VJ W TN poles to the beginning containing CS acres 1 rood and II poles of land Bands with good security for the purchase beartag til pnld puynble to llivQummluloBcr ing the force and effect of n Judgment salad secured by lien on the land J II PAXTON M 0 U C C P MMcKolxTti Atty for PUT PUBLIC SALEI Old my fnrm I will udl to tlw highest and best bidder nt my hum one nails South of llrjrnntivlllo Kyon ThursdayAug2609Promptlyat property Sixty Horses Mules and Shetland Ponies 30 Jersey Cows and Calves 72 Southdown Sheep One S yenr old tnllion by Oratorio dRill Bnllle Clinker Zriaf one yearling utiillloli by Bonrchllnlit dum nine brood umreswith eoitsoneextragood- saddle stare 6 yenr old coils by Jim Clark one yenrllilit race colt two yearling colts by Jim 0lr ournrohl mare mules one tlirce ycur old horse mule SHETLAND PONIES Ono 4yeurol stnlllon H brood allures which areimtlveponiesaimported more rCRlftcrud lu yearling colts 6 Buckling colts COWS AND CALVES Ono reulitercd Jersey bull Syenn old 10 flprsey cow with calve t yearling Joruiy heifers B yeArllnii teen SHEEP DO Jlurchrd Houtbdown ewes molt of them sired b n buck tliut took the prem lust ut the Luxlniiton Houthdown bucks yearlings to 4 year olds III shoats TACKS AND JENNETS One 2yenrold Jack and two Jennets with colts by side runaboutOne Kaufman I buggy 1 buggy pole 1 double set of harness bridles sand saddler lot of tiny 1 tobacco setter never been used 1 Mosler safe combination lock In perfect order farming implements con slstfngofwhrntthrill corn pliinter mower cultivator hay ruke Magon cutting harrow lice Palace with JO worms of bees lard furnace 42 gallon ca and other things too numerous to mention Household and kitchen furniture Including a line lUullnnt Home Heater re frigerator olld OIIK otllce desk I solid oak look case 1 rosewood book case lot of old Fashioned furniture and numerous other things that you will want Iedlgree will be furnished of pedigreed took TKItMS made known on day of sale DUNN 00111 Dunn Auctioneer t J GUT PRICES All Summer goods must IK sold nt Cost Wo ore overcrowded and mint make room for our Fall stark of new freih goods Note the price = tMen Suits were Selling nt 822 50 now 814 18 Mens Suits were Selling at 818 00 now 12 03 lions Suits were Selling nt 816 00 now 10 08 x Mens Suits wore Selling at 812 50 now 8 03 Mens Suits were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 18 Mess Suits wore Selling nt S 7 SO now 4 48 Ious Tow Shoes wore Selling nt 84 00 now JJ 26t liens Low Shoot were Selling nt 88 50 now 2 Uti Mens Low Shoes wore Soiling nt 88 00 now 2 08 1 lids Low Shoes were Selling at 82 BO now 1 08 I Ladies TAw Shoes were Selling nt 88 50 nw + 82 JJJJ Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at S3 00 now 2 10 Lfldicn Lqw Shoes woro Selling nt 82 50 now 1 08 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 89 00 now ins Ladies Low Shoes were Soiling nt 8 1 60 now 1 10 I Straw Hats 81 60 Value now 808 Straw lInt 82 00 Value now 138 Straw lint 83 00 Value now 2 24 r Straw Hats 83 50 Value now 2 08 1 s r SAM ROBINSONIf STANFORD KY t the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford l ntUtkYICapital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER AstrCASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHYVS DIRECTORS 1 fJ B Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin 1TrajrlorGilberts I I H Cummins Preachersville LilburntJGooch Gilberts Creek I have just received car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the best wagon on the market for the money See them before buying as there haswl been a great improvement in their constructionrE T PENCE STlAronO KY e