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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 jA- r I INTERIOR JOURNAr VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 17 1909 I HO 49 HIGHLAND J S Young is building a large tobac co barn Born to the wife of Hen Baugh a 10pound boy L S Warfleld sold to C M Young a cow and calf for 40 Farmers are about through with their corn and hay but are busy with their tobaccoA from Ottenhelm U in the vicinity threshing wheat and oats and the farmers report a very light yield g The ladles of tho Methodist church gave a box and lea cream supper for the benefit of the church at the school house and realized about 14 Cyrus Johnson of Waynesburg is r teaching our school Miss Singleton the Mt Morlah school and Miss Zora Baugh Y tho Greasy Ridge school Miss Fannie Young Is teaching the Locust Grove school near Duncan Rev Elbert E Young of thus place was married on July 21 to Miss Rebec J Malnous at her home near Vin ica Owsley county Rev S K Ra mey performing the ceremony Rev Young and wife are expected homo about Sept 1 Since our last report the following real estate deals have been made John Bright of Stanford bought Thomas D Williams farm and has moved to it Williams bought Burton Spires farm and Spires bought Mrs Mattie James farm The latter will move to Louis ville Mart and Everett Horton and their wives of New Albany have been via iting the families of II F Horton and J W Cook Will Walls and family of Lebanon Junction are visiting W 0 Young and family Mrs Allie Stevens and daughter of New Albany Ind are with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Cook C M Young wife and children have returned from a visit to relatives at Bethel Ridge Miss Grace Young Is visiting at Somerset CHURCH MATTERS l Tho protracted meeting will begin at Turnersvillo the 4th Sunday The meeting that was conducted by Ifcv M C Kurfecfl of Louisville at the Church of Christ on Lancaster street closed Sundav night with three uniting with tho church Tho services r were all well attended and much Inter I est was manifested in them Tho meeting at the Bethany Chris tian church in Jessamine county closed with 7G additions G2 by confession and 14 from other churches Sunday morn ing there were 145 in tho Sunday school A class of 25 young men was organized with John Johnson president and Frank I Halfhlll as secretary and treasurer Tho will of Theodore Harris which was probated In Louisville provided lib r eral bequests to the Baptist Church and Baptist educational Institutions and an incojne to his five children of i S160 a month each To every orphan asylum in Louisville ho bequeathed V0 Tho vnluu of the estate is estimated at i 500000 L The devil was making up the forms Tho paper was late and tho boy got the ijgalleys mixed Tho first part of the obituary notlco of a pccunlous citizen i had been dumped in the form and tho next handful of typo como off tho galley describing a recent fire It read I like this Tho pall bearers lowered the body into the grave and it was coy signed to tho flames There were few if any regrets for the old wreck has been an eyesore to the town for years Of course thero was individual loss but that was fully covered by insurance II The widow thinks tho editor wrote the obituary that way because the lament ed partner of her joys owed him five Jyears subscription Exchange ti 7 Kentucky Fair Dates Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days 1 Richmond Aug 183 days Perryvillc Aug 183 days f Barbourvillc Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyville Aug 215 days Elizabcthtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Somerset Aug 314 days Frankfort Aug 3tt4 days NIcholaaville Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Tri Stafo Fair Middlesboro Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days I No matter how long you have suf fered Foloys Kidney Remedy will help you Mrs S L Bowen of Wayne W Va writes I was a suf ferer from kidney disease so that at f times I could not get out of bed and when I did I could notystand straight I took Foleys Kidney Remedy One 6 dollar bottlo and part of the sccbnd cured mo entirely It will cure you Sold by New StanfordDrug Co k I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Heavy rains In the Perryville section of Boyle county did considerable dam age George T liarrls was drowned near Degarris Mill while swimming across Elkhorn creek In Scott county Harry S Cannon of Nicholasville has been appointed to the Latin chair In the HUh School at Hereford Tex Prof M II Judd of Dowling Green has accepted the prlnclpalshlp of the Barbourvllle High School lie will take charge at the opening in September Ai faculty of six has been employed for the ensuing year A few days ago Col J P Chinn ra ceived a check for 10000 Insurance on his horse A J Small which fell and broke his leg la a race at San Francis co and had to be killed some months ago The insurance was taken out the day before the race und cost 300 Harrodsburg Herald Laura Dudley colored wife of Geo Dudley shot by her husband In a triple tragedy enacted near Avon Fayette county died Ellen Hall the other woman shot by Dudley and Dudley who tried to kill himself after the shooting are both In a critical con dition and not expected to survive Hughes Swineuroad report that they have just sold for Mrs Biddie Robinson her property on Richmond street to Mrs Alice Walker for 4000 A big land trade was made between W S Hensley and W r King when they swapped farms Mr Hensley gave Mr King 40 per acre for his farm of 340 acres near Buena Vista at the same time selling his farm of 121 acres at 120 per acre Mrs Edna Francis sold her farm of 100 acres on Buckeye pike to Mr T L Yantis at 70 per acre Lancaster Record u Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing In Fedora fenD A mans life has been saved and now Dr Kings Now Discovery Is tho talk of the town for curing C V Popper of deadly lung hemorrhages 1 could not work nor got about ho writes arid the doctors did me nogood but after using Dr Kings Now Discovery three weeks I feel liken now man and can do good work again For work sore or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fevor La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial at fection It stands unrlvalod Price 60c and 81 Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store The Tightwad That I am close some people say But they are wrong My instincts to give coin away Are very strong In kindliness excelled by none- I simply pant To go and lavish wealth upon The mendicant Id giveaway my entire biz Deplete my roll Tho only thing that saves mo is My selfcontrol Soared HatIron or scalded br overturned kettle out with a knife bruised by slammed door Injured by gun or In nny other way the thing needed at onco Is Bucklens Arnlcn Salvo to subdue Inflammation and kill the pain Itsearth a supremo healer Infallible for lolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25ontI Pennys Drug Store Congress has at length revised tho tariff Tho people will revise Congress next year Lexington Leader Republi can And vet the Leader will say next year that prosperity Is running rampant over the country since tho tariff was revised upward I Health CoITeo Is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffee over vet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is mado in just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store n The Northwestern Miller the ac knowledged authority on wheat esti mates the wheat yield of Minnesota and the two Dakotas at 25000000 bushels The wheat will bring 300 000000 at present prices 165000000 more than last years yield The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Provontics will in a low hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store With her daughter Eva four years old in her arms Mrs Esther Schwer mer jumped from the window of her apartment New York and both were instantly Mrs Schwermer was panicstricken by a small fire on the third the building A tickling or dry cough can bo quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold bv Pennys Drug Store L NEWS NOTES Milton C Smith aged 78 for years a prominent business man of Nicholas ville is dead A lone man secured 2600 in curren cy from the caihifer of the Farmers JaCkSOnvlllelIIIThree survivors of the Mexican War live in Warren county They are lion William Fish Cook Judge John A Kemp and Rev Lon Arnold Southern railway train westbound vestibule No 41 was derailed near Bulls Gap between Knoxville and Bristol and seven were injured Mrs May Spindle wife of T W Spindle a Louisville attorney shot and killed herself at her home there in a moment of temporary mental aberra tion Cnina notified the American legation at Pekln of the appointment of Chang Yin Tang to succeed Wu Ting Fang as Minister at Washington This appointment has been pending since the fall of Yuan Shal Kai For the first time since the beginning of the general strike at Stockholm the strikers are attempting to damage property A stick of dynamite was placed on the track of one of the street railways but it was discovered before it explodedThe spirit among the striking dock laborers which resulted in a pitch ed battle with the police was effectually broken by the presence on the streets of Fort William Ont of an armed force All the rigors of martial law are being observed Taking advantage of a heavy fog which enshrouded the Ohld River the Pressed Steel Car Company landed aboat 400 new men at McKees Rocks Pa whom they succeeded in getting into the plant before the strikers pick ets were aware of the move All the vessels of the Spanish navy have received orders to concentrate at Melillj where a Spanish force of some 33000 under Gen Merino is threat ened by a strong gathering of Moors who resent Spains punitive expedition for tho murder by the Moors of eight Spanish laborersoMiles Anglea lineman for the East Tennessee Telephone Company came in contact with a live wire while descending a telephone pole at Franklin and fell to tho sidewalk a distance of about 25 feet Ills right leg was bro ken by the fall while his neck and bade were burned by the wire lie is not expected to recover The old Courthouse at Washington Mason county was struck by lightning and completely destroyed by fire The building was one of the countys oldest landmarks having been built in 1794 by Louis Craig a pioneer Baptist preacher It was built of limestone and was the scene of many a historic occasion In the early days of Kentucky Kentuckys new 2000000 Capitol at Frankfort is about ready for the State officers and in fact some of them have already moved in Tho Capitol has been four years in building and we are assured that it is a credit to tho Corr mon wealth IIIt is fair to nasumefrom this that the work has been honestly performed and that there is to bo no afterclap of great revelations such as appeared in Harrisburg to shame the State of Pennsylvania- By actual bank count at the vaults of the Farmers National Bank at Pitts burg it was found that Peter Lcibauch an aged German hermit who was ar rested for his queer actions had hoard ed in his shanty homo In small change 13168 not including 56 bags of un counted coins or bank deposits in eight North Side saving institutions It is thought that before the search is ended Leibaucha fortune will total over 50 OX The longest pipe in the world is that which extends from the Oklahoma oil wells to New York harbor At the present time tho oil field of Oklahoma is the most active in the United States It is not likely that the line will be putt immediate use for conveying oil over the whole distance The completion of the system Is regarded rather as a pro vision for emergency and to meet the future conditions when the Pennsylva nia and West Virginia fields shall have been depleted All persons are recommended to take Foloys Kidney Remedy for back ache rheumatism and Kidney and bladder trouble It will quickly cor rect urinary Irregularities which if ncgletted may develop into a serious Illness It will restore health and strength Sold by New Stanford Drug Co I A motion to quash the indictments against Gov Hoskell and five other Oklahomans charged with conspiracy- to defraud in the Muskogee town lot cases will be filed in the United States district court at Muskogee The mo improperIand members of the grand jury I Paul HUSTONVILLEI visit to friends in Shelbyville Miss Katie Warriner of Liberty is visiting her aunt Mrs Wm Myers Misses Mary Stagg and Corinne Lipps are guests of Miss Allie Nave at Har rodsburgJ Allen and son Carroll and Reid Conway left Sunday for the Co lumbia fair Dink Jarman had five large and two small pigs and a good calf killed in his barn lot by lightning Thursday after noonMiss Annie North has returned from Lebanon where she visited friends Mrs J F Jeffers has returned from a delightful trip in the East including Niagara Falls The two adult Bible Classes of the Christian church will meet at 5 P H Tuesday with Mrs Sandy Carpenter at the college building Every member is urged to be present The congregation at the Christian Sunday morning was highly pleased by the beautifully rendered solo No Night There II by Mrs R J Lyles of Nashville tier voice is rich and sweet and attracts where ever heard C C Carpenter and Jerry Briscoe were among those lou hed by pick pockets in the crowd at Lexington L W McWhorter has resigned as super visor of lower end of green river road His good jungment in road work was not exceeded by any in the county and his retiring will be quite a loss to the county Here and There The Frankfort City Council is consid ering the proposition of abolishing the office of City Marshal Warnings have been placed on the fish docks on Reelfoot Lake stating that no more fish must be bought there The four protecting Powers of Crete have presented a joint noto to the Turkish Government giving assurances that her interests will be guarded Gen Coal Mexican Minister of War denies that there is any danger of a revolution in the northern States of that country Dr Sarah Hackett Stevenson the I celebrated clubwoman and settlement worker died at St Elizabeths Hospi tal Chicago after a three years ill ness The Chinese Government in a formal communication to Japan has agreed to negotiate at Mukden the various points in the AntungMukden railroad contro versy not already settled An explosion of benzine on the Rus sian submarine Dragon resulted in the death of one laborer and the injury of 13 others Joseph Meads of Baltimore Md the engineer in charge was slight lyinjuredIntimation that a severe shortage in freight cars may be expected within a few weeks It the present reductions in car surpluses continue is voiced in the bimonthly statement of the American Railway Association e Mrs Victoria Uzzle Moore wife of A L Moore was shot and killed near Pleasant lull church in Muhlenberg county A warrant has been issued for her husband who is suspected of the murder but he cannot be found Eight persons were killed and 50 were injured when two fast passenger trains on the Denvec and Rio Grande railroad collided headon near Colorado Springs An oversight of the engineer of one of the trains was responsible for the accident An explosion of dynamite made i- an attempt it is believed to destroy the construction work for tho Cincin nati Southern railroads new bridge in tho west end of Cincinnati did much damage to buildings and caused great excitement In the vicinity The third days sessions of the con vention of the Army of the Philippines at Pittsburg were marked by the speech delivered by Maj Gen Frederick D Grant who said that ho be lieved that airships will bo the decid ing factor in future warfare There is one saloon in Tennessee now being operated without apparent vio lation of the Statewide prohibition law It is the famous Conger saloon in the Cumberland mountains near Mc Uinnville and is tho only spot In tho State where the four milo law does not apply W R Hamilton superintendent of the Antisaloon League has just made a thorough investigation of the saloon and its environments and will be gin a campaign at once to oust it The property on which the saloon is situat rd is owned by Col A M Shook and was leased for grazing purposes only He is said to have authorized proceedinStsI announced that Sterling Birmingham I head of the loan department had been discharged because he accepted a commission ot S250 in connection with the loan made on F Augustas Heiazes copper stocks r r I NI6ES- a M OUT N l1adies Oxfords Ci REGARDLESS OFT In Order to Reduce the 4f Stock t+ t++H t t t t t t n+ Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY BRODHEAD FAIR Aug 18 19 and 20 y Reduced Rates from J7fM ixv24cst- f v WY j v Inclusive t t 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 re gret it Use Arnolds Hann Mane Buggies 21 Thero are plenty cheaper buggies but there nro5uonobettcr Buggy painting first chuu work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 and up accoid lug to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at SSSO Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber 1t 88 Buggies recoveredjand relined at 810 Buggies recovered in leather and relined for 82uRubbcr tires the best on the market and tho lowest prices Goodyear and Keller at 814 Best Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trade KYiR i The Interior JournalI Eo C WALY- ONDemocratic Ticket ForOlrcult Judge t I M C SAUFLEY tot Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer For State Senator R 1 HUBBLEIof Lincoln countIFor tepreentatlcIV H SHANKS ForCounty Judge t JAMES P BAILEYI For County ttOrllttIt WSBURCH For Circuit Clerk r J D SWOPE For Sheriffs W1 McCARTYi For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER i For Jailer DINK FARMERa For Assessor t JOHN c PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hchools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIEI For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Mnglitrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOOREtFor Magistrate Hnstonvllle District J K HELM SRIFor Magistrate Waynesbnrg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH ATLANTIC CITY has been chosen as the place for the next meeting of the G A R in August 1910 The mem bers could not have selected a more delightful place to discuss pensions and then more pensions In a private note from that great resort our brother who is enjoying its delights says that it is the most uniquely charming place he has ever visited and that the man or woman who can afford it will miss one of the greatest events of a life time il he or she fails to go there at least one time The city is made up of hotels and this being the heighth of the sea son every one is filled to the doors with often a hundred thousand bathers ir the surf at once Dont you wish you could go- Toe 1 government stopped the coinage of the Lincoln pennies because the am bitious designer cut his initials on the die but it has no intention of recalling the 280000000 issued The mintage Is at Philadelphia and the work has been resumed with tho initials obliterated About 600000 are being coined a day but they are still in great demand as souvenirs Perhaps if one lives long enough those with the V D B 01r1 them may demand as much premium as they did at first some Belling aS high as 50 cents to those who had more cents than sense TilE cigarette seems to be doomed and the sooner the better Iowa Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska Wisconsin Indiana and Illinois have recently forbidden their sale or manu facture and other States will follow suit as soon as their Legislatures convene The habitual cigarette smoker is good for nothing else and it is often a relief when the real coffin nails are used for him after the figurative coffin nails have rendered him a total wreck TilE statues of George and Robert E Lee Virginias two most eminent men have been placed in the Hell of Fame at Washington The threatened refusal of the authorities to admit that of Lee did not materialize and well it did not for the Virginians were fully decided not to contribute to the hall unless both were admitted The two great rebels will therefore stand side by side JUSTICE anded a decis ion at White Plains N Y declaring that Harry K Thaw is insane He dismissed the writ of habeas corpus un der which Thaw endeavored to secure his release from Mattcawan andre manded him to the custody of the State authorities at that institution Thaw will prosecute his appeal from a pre vious decision of Justice Mills denying him a trial by jury eAT Evansville Ind Mrs Louise D Reitz a widow of 50 years was mar tied to William T Foley aged 21 un til recently u messenger boy in tho herEto a handsome estate left by her first husband Verily the old fool is the- blgnestoot of all t ANEW JERSEY woman died from fright when a fortune teller said she I would die in September A person with such a weak mind as to believe the fakirs is better off out of this wick edworld THAW loses out again Thejudgede cided that he is really insane and must be treated in the asylum to which he returns as a lunatic not as a criminal This moral pervert Jf ho is not really crazy must have found out now that it is a pretty dangerous thing for even a millionaire to kill a man in New York Pity it is not so everywhere I ALABAMAS new prohibition law pro hibits a newspaper from advertising the sale of liquors under heavy penalty The INTERIOR JOURNAL passed a pro hibition law for itself in that regard long tlmo ago and since has turned 1 down a number of very remunerative offers from liquor dealers I A LARGE shoo manufacturer says tho price of shoes will not be changed much by tho removal of the tariff on hides as it is only on certain kinds labor cost and the other materials will keep the price up The common people always catch it in the neckI TilE Georgia Legislature has a law to tax a male dog 1 and passedI male 2 The State treasury is and needs the money It is well therefore that worthless curs be used to help raise it TnERE were four suicides and a dou ble tragedy in Philadelphia in one dayI last week Evidently tho Quaker City is not an attractive place I IA YOUNG woman is acting mayor of Va and it is dollars to i doughnuts that she proves an improve over the real mayor- POLITICAL Eli Berry the only announced candi date was declared the democratic nom- Inee for Representative from the Ow ensboro city district By 23 to 10 the Alabama Senate pass ed the Ballard constitutional prohibi tion bill The amendment is to be submitted to the people at a special elec tion to be held within 90 days Gov Comer signed the bill I At Salt Lake Utah former Gov Van Sant of Minnesota was elected commanderinchief of the Grand Army of the Republic Van Sant won over Judge William A Ketcham of Indiana by a vote of 537 to 156 President Taft has named lion N D Miles of Jessamine county as BU pervisor for this Congressional district Mr Miles was the republican nominee for Congress four years ago and wai defeated by Hon G G Gilbert Gov Willson has appoined John B Atkinson of Burlington and Gilbert Cowan of Louisville delegates to the National Conservation Congress at Se attic August 26 Mr Atkinson wil also go as the personal representative of Gov Willson This and That Doctor Sam P Oldham one of the most prominent physicians of Henr county died suddenly of apoplexy Argyle N Lett of Memphis shot and killed Durwood Denton at Hen derson It is charged that Denton wrote letters to Mrs Lett Charges against R S Sharp Internal Revenue Collector at Nashville Tend have been dismissed as trivial by the Acting Secretary of the Treas uryThe date of the annual meeting of the Kentucky Jailers Association which was set for September 7 at Win chester has been postponed until De cember 1 Four blocks of the town of Milton Del a lumber and canning center were destroyed by fire causing a loss which will exceed 150000 At one time more than 100 buildings were on fiire The Tipton Ind First National Bank which was looted by the assist ant cashier has opened for again the stockholders having businessII the amount to cover LIClaude Scottow aged 22 years a member of a prominent family died as the result of an accidental rifle shot through the eye producing brain hemorrhage His home was in Franklin countyAt Ariz A T Hoy and Wil liam Bockholt linotype operators of the Bisbeo Daily Review were murdered while at work by a striking printer Bockholt was from Covington this StateAfter a murderous attack on two keepers in the jail at Newark N J Angelo Caprio awaiting trial on a charge of murder was shot and killed by a third keeper who had come tothe rescue of his comrades The first fatality growing out of strike at McKees Rock Pa occurred when Steve Horvat one of the strikers was shot and killed by Major Smith a Negro whom a crowd of two score striking foreigners had attacked Too much attention to social duties and too little to class work resulted in the dropping of almost 100 young men from the ranks of the Chicago Univer sity The freshmen of the school were hardest hit 75 of that class being drop I ped Tho street car strike in Chicago has been averted by the offer to raise the wages of the men to 30 cents an hour by August 1 1911 The North West Side lines have agreed to compromise and the South Side is expected to follow suit Yir 4 To The Republicans of Lincoln County I am a candidate for the nomination by tho republican party for the office of sheriff of Lincoln county I am now and have always been a consistent republican and have always worked and voted for the candidates of the republt con party I stand upon its platform and especially do I endorse its declaration in favor of local option If given the nomination I will do all in my power to secure victory for the party at the November electionW L CORDIER Stanford Ky Aug 16 1909 The Crime Of Idleness Idleness moans trouble for any on- Us the same with a lazy liver It caus JaundiceIches loss of appetite nausea but Dr banishIllvorat IIn ten years the automobile Industry- In the United States has grown from 25 concerns with 2000000 of invested withIwill be more than 130000000 in value For indigestion and all stomach trouble take Foleys Orino Laxative as It stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and will post tively cure habitual constipation Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Hixon Did the operation on your wifes throat do her good T Dixon It did us both good She has not been able to talk for six weeks HOME FOR SALEI The property on Danrlll Avenue Htan occupied by W U withers lies a good residence and outbuilding are In good sbnpe Hplendld cistern and big garden Location flrstclas and In flue neighborhood Will sell privately Mrs laugh Reid K D Mary Peunlngton Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro cerlel and Hardware Doing n good bust ness Will Invoice about tifOO Reason I 111 health OEO D HOFPElt Stanford Ky i Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranito Monu I month I Markers and Posts Cemetery and fawn Vases unit Settees Ottlce and works Me Kinney Ky MILL FOR RENT 1 I hand Owing to III bealt wanting to Ira away from home some this summer I have decided to rent my up to date Dlx River Holler driven by water and steniu power boil location MIII In arst class conditionWIITltAYLOItK F D No Stanford Ky Farm for Sale a On Danville Ilustonvllleplkeof rio acres In Lincoln county Ky y mile from More land This tarsus well lrOltIgootl well and cistern and abundance of tock water furnished from ii vur tnlling springs Most of farm In I desire to sell tale farm in the nextrodnystogetherwith the itock end crop the stock consisting of XI high bred Jennets 8 lucks all ages 10 brood mares 4 registered 1 registered stallion I a acre of corn 15 or a1 stacks of hay farm Implement of every description I will toll the whole outfit or ac part of the stock and If I soil the Serum without the must sell not tater than CO days so as to give- me limo to make n sale of stock Also have ae odd mules from work mules down to colts You will havo to see this fume to appre date the location and the many advantages of this farm person from n distance desiring to see this farm can come to Moro land county Ky on the Queen t Crescent route this farm being only about 34 mile from station V V KINO Morcland Ky The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington Ky or fern the following courses nameAgrlcul tural Mechanical En neering Electrical Engineering Mining Engineering Olalilcal and seven courses each of which extends over four leads to a liachelori degree also a Department of Law and a Department of Education last has been established I Instead of the Normal Hchool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work In pedagogy are granted a Bachelors I degree In subject when complet ed The Academy for preparatory Instruc lion II retained I County appointee receive tree tuition privilege la the dormitories tueS and traveling espense If they remain 10 consecutive monthsorone col leg late largeBMilitary Hclence Is fully provided for as re quired Congress I The graduates In tho several courses of study readily employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last year was 1078 Each de nrtmenthasaspecialist at Its head with the necessary number of usslituntsI Young women land an excellent home with board and lodging in Patterson Hull which Is well with all the modern conveniences bathroom halt for physical culture nt H per week All courses of study in the University are open to women on Identical condition with those applying to moles rho completion of the Agricultural ing Engineering Laboratory and lducn lion building ample und commod lout for these departments which are rapidly increasing In the number of ma triculates For methods of obtaining ap pointment information regarding courses of study term of admission apply to K PATTKKSON Pb D LL D Prei11JA or to D a FHAVKE Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909I pr+ r+ T l Youn 1WEeD Our especial effort is caring for those things the boys and young men wear If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS al Y ways come to us and you can find them H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky t DRIPPING SPRINGS- P O Crab Orchard Ky Is now open for the season Write to Hpears Fisher Manager for folder Small Farm For Sale I I drslr to sell privately my farm of 67 acres In Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford RIIII two miles rent goat road mllo from pike In 1101 neighborhood closo to church rural route allli tulle from schoolhouse Land all very pro ductive M farm In grni balance In cultl vation nil under Rood fence Comfortable house of six room new tarn and all otber- outbuilding fruit of all klodlI10 PER CT REDUCTION C B PRUITT Moroland Kentucky ForSOdaysin order to clean up on Mat tings Druggets Carpets Hugs Eta Will ghu 10 per cent reduction live some rare I jiirgalnsln millinery Homw big tmrgnlns In close out In wall paper Nice selection of trained pictures Now Is your time to buy a handtomu mirror Call and eau tlittn Choice selection of rocker float line of tied metal and wood metal and wool folding bods crllwcots mattress en springs counches Davenports chain suitcases trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinets glass sash doors Ac Callnnd seuui equJlpd stock of funeral supplies night or dayIHervlce a B P1tUlTr foreland Ky Dinwiddie Co1 Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Cough Caution Merer POtIUnlJ l1eTef potion 7OiihoulOcomb erea from a simple cold alwll heat soothesa the Irrlisted bros chill tubes Boat blindly U with t stupely1i potion Iti ttnnit bow jorafttiunit finally tome about For twenty years Ur hM constantly warned not to take cons mixture Of proscription containing Opium Chloroform or And nowa little hue tboiiih lutJon the If poisons are In yourRash Mlxture Good- lYerygoodIIlera and others should insist on having Dr Bboopi Vouch CUre No poison narks on Dr Shoo a 11 must by taw elnibeInnlb its nan safe but ft Is said to be by those that know It belt a truly rt JIIIorbble couch Take no chance then with yourclldren Insist on having DrahoopsCough cure Compare carefully the Dr fiboop package with others and note the difference Va potion marls there You caa always bo on the safe by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE e 6f E tfl 0 L Penny IL H Coffey K II Coleman FOR nOT WEATHER HELP m I tJTRY OUR tg Talcum Powder J I Sponges I Bnth Ian 1 ttelOur Ice Cold Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fine Fruit FJnvonattXJ fBmt EJBBI BB BJ3 EE11I FIRST NATIONAL BANK t STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL r STOCK 50000 SURPLUS Combines Absolute Safety JHASDeposit Boxes for Use of our OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vicepresident tJohn J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cathr WWSaundersBooickeeper DIRECTORt 1 F Reid I H Baughraan- M D Elmore J M Pettut H C Banghman J F Cummins S T Harrit no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker OiE Tate Big Line of 4 Chattanooga r The Best Made f 1 GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford IIt 1 rrE T c caw aIE r tI For the remainder of this month August we offer any of our Mens HighGrade Shoes at 25 PER CENT DIS- t COUNT Such wellknown makes as Florsheim 5 and 6 Shoes Burt Packard 4R J R 3 to 4 Take I 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 yourII I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY Ir The Interior Journal t TSTANFORD KT Awi 17 1900 4 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar on Saturdays and Sundays only 1wl11l1cllstraight Pennys Drug Store tPERSONALS T D RANEY was in Lexington last weekif Ico PERRY Is vtilting his undo at RichmondWu MARTIN took In tho Hnrrods burg fair last week Gico D HOPPER JR is out after n is sojourning atel IInellIMISS Springs Jp HAYS are guests LEE RUPLCY attended the hop at Hirrodburg Friday night LLOYD PERRIN has returned from a I visit to his parents at Anderson Ind MR W II WEAKEN and little daugh s ten spent several days in Lexington MRS NANNIE FELAND of Madison 1L dlandFe MR HEATH WILUS of St Louis is visiting his parents at Crab Orchard Springs MRS MARY STRAUD is drinking t health giving waters of Olympian Springs OWEN W INGLES of Millers 1MRSWoods is the guest of tho family of Mr REV G W MILLS and family of Owingsvlllc were guests of Huston vlllo friends MISSES RUTH AND MARGARET BECK of McKlnnry were guests of Miss Winnie Davis Bibb MRS JAMES DUNN and daughters Danville were with tho family of Mr II J McRoberts I Miss LiLLin PERRIN of Anderson I Ind Is with her grandparents Mr and Mrs 1 G Warner PROF R A ASDURY of Cavo 1 Springs Ga has yboen tho guest 1 Miss Josephine Warren MR SAM C LACKEY of Harrods burg has been tho guest of relativ here and at Crab Orchard 7Mlt L E CARPENTER of Williams I port Pa has joined his wife at tho U homo of Mr J N Menefee s MRS U M WALKER and Litt daughter Lucile are visiting tho fo mers parents at Vanccburg T C WILLIS and family aro now oc cupying their handsome new residence on Richmond avenue Jcssamino Jour nalMESDAMES J B FOSTER and J GI Carpenter and Miss Josephine Carpenter attended tho Lexington fair last week MRS S M SAUFLEY and son have returned to their homo at Frankfort accompanied by little Miss Salllo Mills I CraigMR SANFORD M ALLEN and little lion who have been visiting the family of Mr E P Woods returned to Mil leraburg Friday MR JOHN COFFEY and sisters Misses L Maggie and Rena Coffey of Boyle are with their bister Mrs Joseph Newland in the East End MRS W T DAVIS who has bee with tho families of Messrs W L and J M McCarty returned to her hom at Plnovillo Saturday 7Miss JOSEPIIINE WARREN of Stan visiting Miss Angio Kinnaird Hi M Ballou has gone to Olympian Springs in Casey county to spend a few days Mrs W B OBannon of StanI ford was the guest of Misses Ianr leI and Bettie West Lancaster Record CLARENCE COLEMA of Louisville who frequently contributes news lotto to this paper is taking his vacation and ii spending it at Benton Harbor Mich Chicago Milwaukee and other interest ing places He is accompanied by Mrs ColomanEson Mr Howard left for Spring Lake N J where they will spend tho remainder of tho Summer Mr Bruce has a9ociatedt himself with tho American Company of New York City and will go there shortly to take up his workAdw vocatotIIHackleypy of this county appeared in Satur Hackloylktst with Tobacco Tiller and will be published by a Boston house this month MR J D EADS is suffering from lumbagoMiss SUE TAYLOR ENGLEMAN he been qulto sick MR WILL SEVERANCE is visiting Shelby county waMn U M BALLOU of Lancasrcr was hero Sunday MR CHARLES EDWARD BORON of Lebanon was hero Sunday MRS R S SCUDDER and son are vis ling her parents in Madison MR R G BRIGHT and wife of Normal III are hero with relatives DR JOHN DECK of Louisville Is vii iting parents Mr and Mrs Wm Beck MR E C WALTON editor of this paper spent several days in Chicago on business MRS SUSAN B YEAOER spent sever days with Miss Elizabeth Allen Millersburg DR N H McKiNNEY and wife a Carlisle are the guests of Mr W M Bright and family Miss ROBERTA OBANNON went up to Brodhead yesterday to visit Miss Carrie Frith during the fair AsitoY M WARREN came up from Louisville and spent Sunday and Monday with his mother and sisters MESSRS JOSEPH WOLFE of Danville and Eugene and Leslie Bernard of Dayton 0 were guests at the home of Sheriff T J Hill r yestche ter Mrs W A Tribble who remains NMiss will leave day for Cincinnati to attend the Florists National Convention at that place Mr R G Hampton and Miss Pearl Hamp ton will accompany her LOCALS PunE cannel coal at J H Baughman ofCoe Try rklond I Two rooms for rent ntho cottage o t Mrs M J Withers on Logan Ave OLYMPIAN SPRINGS water at Shugars Tanners drug store Try a glass o a jug fIfUY your coal from Singleton Bros Crab Orchard Ky Cheapest place In town cswGET Olympian Springs water at Shu gars Tanners They oro solo agents for it- TuE L d N will sell roundtrip tic blglnsrCITY TAXES citytaxes to 1909 are duo Please call and settle B D Carter collector TAXES Tho tax for1909 aro now ready Come in and get your receipt T J Jill sheriff TUB L wlllael1 roundtrip tick ate to the Richmond fair Aug 18 to 20 good returning 21st at 130 HAND PAINTED China makes hand some and appropriate wedding presents Sea Mrs Catherine McClary JOHN SKIDMORE who lives on Masons Gap has a 20ounce Pippin apple CountyNational cominng balanced power gas grinderecorn grain cutters and blowers for silos J O Reid Stan trodSTHE stockholders tho First National Bank of Fort Scott Has havo been called on by the Comptroller of the Currency to liquidate at once There aro several shareholders in this county holding about 4000 or 5000 of it who will havo to pony up MAYOR HUME of Frankfort issued an order arresting ovary loafer in the Each ono will get ho says a atilt- entence in tho police court and workout the fine on the chain gang Let Mayor Florence Police Judge Tribblo Chief of Police Carter sit up and ko notice tofNEARLY READY Carpenters aro at ork making the necessary changes on he storeroom in Odd Fellows block Is which Mr J O Reid will establish garage and stationary engine depart ment The doorway is being widened and tho concrete grade from the pave + ment to the street is finished It is a good piece of work and was done by Phillips Bros NOVELTIES in neckwear Cummins Wearen sWANTED a few shares of First Nan tional Hank stock This office PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced See our windows Cummins Weoren SEE dscDeatartar carriage repairing painting and rubber tiring Shop opposite depot you will use either Rex or Economy coal from Denhama yards Why not begin now and save the dlf ference 7 WILL BLAKELY colored was given 30 days in jail for stealing a small amount of flour from Mr John B111g gins sf re tLOST black shepherd dog four white faittR F D No1 A J HAGGARD secretary of the Brodhead lair has our thanks for a complimentary which we hopo to use several days this week LOST in Stanford r etabo- ok a pocket containing four 100 gold certifi catcs several letters etc Very liber al reward Leave at this office No 27 tho Richmondbound possen ger left tho track near Lancaster Thursday causing a delay of eight hours Fotunately nobody was hurt iMR S M OWENS tells us that he has a tobacco plant the leaves of which measure 49 inches in length and 26 inches wide This beats all records yet Whos next FARM FOR SALEllGncro farm on Dix river tour miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigncy Stanford A savethat several Negroes aro under arrest at Paducah charger with passing counterfeit money This shows some evidence of energy Stanford Negroes as a rule are too lazy to get their claws on even tho bogus coin WHILE attending the Blue Grass Fair last week Col I M Dunn of Danville come near being the victim of a pie pocket He became aware of someone 1 thki done Colonel rNOTICEThe order entered by the county court Aug 9 dismissing tho application for a local option election in Lincoln county has been by the court sot aside and an order made aettin Tuesday Aug 24 at 10 A M as the time to hear and pass upon tho applies lion The men who secured tho 13 signatures to tho petitition must a that time bo present to make tho proof required by Statute or no election can be held SUICIDE Former PoliceJudge D W C Armstrong committed suicide at Lancaster Saturday morning by shoot ing Ho had been in bad health for some time and left a note saying his act was tho result of his physical condition He was 60 years of ago and ono of the bestknown men in this locality He was found dead in his room at tho Ward House by a servant Ho was lying in a pool of blood with a bullet hole through his head A revolver was grasped in one hand and a knife in the other The revolver had been borrowed by Judge Armstong who stated that heI expected to kill a dog He had been dead several hours when found SHOT Thursday evening about 8 oclock while Mr and Mrs George A Eubanks were sitting on the front porch of their home near Hustonvillc a party of rcen supposed to have been drinking rode by and began shooting One of tho bullets struck Mrs Eubanks- In tho forehead and glanced off Inflict- Ing a painful but not dangerous wound A diligent search was at once instituted by officers but so far all efforts have to apprehend toe guilty parties As neither Mr Eubanks nor his wife have any enemies that they know of tho only conclusion they can arrive at that tho shooting was done by some ono under tho influence of liquor and merely shooting at random It is sin cerely hoped that the rowdies will bo caught and punished to tho fullest extent of the law Life and property are unsafe when such violators of the law are allowed to run at large To MAMMOTH CAVE August 25th on regular train Last for the season 1265 for a three days trip Includes railroad fare board at hotel and t several routes through tho cave all stations on tho Cincinnati and Kno vllle divisions Ten days limit on tichoe ets See L N agent MR C W ADAMS of HustonvIll- and Rev G W Mills now of Owing vllle but formerly pastor of the Hus tonvlllo Christian church wero hero Saturday golfing plans and figures on buildings they propose to erect in tho West End capital It will be remembered that both gentlemen lost proper ty in the recent fire there Mr Adams will erect a twostory brick house 2Jx 75 and will have one of the most upto date drug stores in this section Rev Mills will probably contract for a dou blo storeroom of concrete ABOUT 45 years ago it happens that while there was great family rejoicing on the waters of the Hanging Fork in Lincoln county Ky at the birth of the baby who was afterwards to become the editor of this paper at the same hour at the mouth of Richland Creek in Knox county Ky there was born W T Davis tho subject of this sketch Endowed with the ordinary amount of good sense an ambition to become a good citizen yet somewhat handicapped by the lack of opportunity ho has taken his place along with the citizens of the mountains of Kentucky a good type of the good citizen Ho comes of Union stock with republicanism a part of his nature He has been a politician an officeholder and under most circum stances a capable one Ho is now an applicant for the position of United States District Attorney with a fair chance of appointment It behooves our people to begin a campaign in hi behalf regardless of politics Let the president know that his neighbors and those who know him best think that he is worthy and well qualified Charles W Mctcalf In Pinevillo Sun Mr Da vis wife is a sister of Messrs W L and J M McCarty of this place JJ BELDEN CO prntnlakappolltedlpol NOTICE 1 HepttmlrIIWlllellIng grantDIUHtnte penlteollnrtI Krnnklort under the circuit court for shooting Wen Kerrlll Sty sentence which was given June Ivuv being for 18 months IOIlRELGgSTOP THAT HEADACHE awHLtI IIUllrllnto Inttlnetlon lie also carries In stock Edison phonographs nnd the Intettrecords which you can buy far cosh or on tnlletheFARMS FOR SALE I 1 wish to soil prlvntely my tents ol 62 acres nt Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four miles 30roomdwelling olcultlvntlonfor sale All well Improved Terms oath RIPPLEStanford NOTICE I courtAughilibeenmode setting Tuesday Aug 24 at 101 nlI nppllcatlon tures to the petition must at that time be present to make the proof required by Stat ute or no eloctlon can be held tiDe Blue Grass farms Reasonable Prices We have for sale n great many de sirable farms located in Marion and adjoining counties In sizes these farms range from the very small farm to the very largo ono Prices very reasonable Thego lands are adapted to the cultivation of all the crops raised in oth regionYe tion If you are interested write or call on us- CentralKy ILellanoa Lr L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 rtluI 25 Per cent We have a few Skirts left in Voiles Panamas etc all colors 25 PER CENT OFF FOR CASH 1 We also havo n few Linen Wash Suits left Regular prices from S8 to 81250 Price now from S5 to 88 This is this seasonVgoods Latest styles and best patterns Our loss is your gaintDont forget the tremendous CUT we are making on all Ox forda You may also take any price of Dress Goods in our house at 25 PER CENT OFF Big CUT on nil other lines Come to sec us HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry GoodsNotions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY p U Oliver Plows Supes 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- a when we can serve you W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky SUMMER RATES VIAI aheC CATLANTIC CITYes THURSDAY AUG 19th x16 ROUNDTRIP x16NE- W YORKEvery 2800Via3000 Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake and Rail 3215 BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York with ttopoms 3735 OLD POINT COMFORTTuesday July 27 and Saturday Aug 21 Fifteen Days Limit 1250 Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts on Sale Daily Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Point in Virginia on Sale Daily For full information call on or address CEO W BARNEY D P A Tided office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky H B NORTHCOTT i Poultry Eggs Produce Ice andCoal Branch House Stanford Ky Thurmah Tudor Mgr B NORTHCOTT Stanford r r P r r r 1 Journali II- It i txmdcloM matter TIMETABLElrNo tl Moath P NoIIS Bout h 1103 A x- NorlNorthl4Ajk H 5 p JtI No a North No 17 1047 A X t NoYh SCO P at- t JOS 3 RICE Agent IA S PRICESurgeon Dentlet t STANFORD KENTUCKY K Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building 1 FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acre of blue grass lend one mllo North of McKlnneyon the Iniprovementi and l Also Stanford 125 ocrosn plentybered land one fruit mile i East of McKtnney fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Hen grow scion A AgentMcKlnn r4When Ordering Clothes measure taken by a tailor of experience Then your clothe whetbera low price bndneis salt or the anent evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also tsrtopare for extra trouteri fancy coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO nUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish tue public with the best ai well ai the freshest of cut flower plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice oleo make a specialty of wreath for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices OHHIHTMANOUKKN HOUHE8 KD llUllIlAUt IBOB- Htuntord Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacc Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearer The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Iuono SO Office VS Insure with mo and be fully protected WODLYUR HID ESAIID FURS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng f r Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We are Dealers and can do better for than agents or commission rnercbllnlJ- Relerence Bank in Louisville Write for weekly price list and ship pin tags We 001 bags free M SAUEL SONS eSUNINI5220 E Market St LOUISVILLE K- YINSURANCE ABMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate I GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount F J L 8eazleyeo Undei tafcers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary 1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InlHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY O wthoae sr HomePhono I J TILo Mt 1 J Jt FARMERS DEPARTMENT J M Pettus has several good brow mares for sale J R Harris bought 100 ewes of E T Pence at 6 FOR SALESOW and six pigs Mrs L H Stone Stanford S T Harris had two export cattl killed by lightning last week FOR SALE200 good stock ewes A W Carpenter Moreland Let J S Murphy the McKInney miller do your custom grinding Fiftypound watermelons are selling at 5 cents each at San Antonio Texas Choice Shropshire ram lambs for sale E G Bickley Stanford R F D Not J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load of salt R E Henry sold to Geo D RobIn- son 100 ewes at 550Central Rec ordFOR SALEI50 barrels of old corn George 0 Spoonamore Preachersville Ky S M Owens sold to Hearon of Dishopville 3C a fine saddle gelding for 250 Clell Coleman bought in Boyle county 100 1350pound cattle at 5lcIfarrodsb- urg Herald- J H Baughman sold to John Fox of Richmond a handsome 3yearold gelding for 200 Take your wheat and corn to J S Murphy the McKinney miller Highest market prices In the thoroughbred ring at the Lex Ington fair Thos C McDowells noted stallion AllanaDale was awarded first prize FOR SALE400 stock ewes 2 to 4 years old Sell cheap if taken at once Jas McKechnie Hubble Ky Lan caster phone 384 Red muleyheifer 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 Ydwb Rowland Ky EWES FOR SALE500 ewes bought in Wayne and Russell counties No Wes tern ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky 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 S years old Lincoln Wells At Grand Rapids Mich Hedgewood Joy and Lady Maud C broke the vorlds record to pole by pacing a mile In 202 The former record made by Prince Direct and Direct Hal of 205 vas made in 1902 in Memphis- A Wisconsin man fed one of his cows GO worth of feed last year and her pasture feeding milking and stabling cst 1150 more making her total cost 171 50 but she produced 90 worth of 17 worth of manure 1 worth of skim milk and a calf worth f5 mac her total income 113 J H Baughman took five blues and three reds out of nine shows on his mules at the Lexington fair last week He got half of the money hung up by the association The twoyearold mule that heat his Annio laurn sold for SoOO and weighed IWO pounds Mr Baugh man secured more money than any oth ee one exhibitor At tho Harrodsburg fair last week Harris Woods made hino shows with their string of mules and took the fol owing premiums 1st and 2nd on mules 2 years old and under 3 1st and 2nd on mules 1 year and under 2 1st on horse nude 1 year and under 2 1st on horse nubs under 1 year 1st on mare and nule colt 1st and 2nd on horse mule 3 years and over 1st on mare mule team 1st on horse mule team and 2nd on mare mule 3 years and over They did tot show their prize suckling mule laving her for larger stakes elsewhere Washingtons Plague Spots- lie in the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac tho breeding ground of ma- larIa germs These germs cause chills rover and ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and general de lllty and bring suffering or death to housands yearly nut Electric Bit ters never fail to destroy them and suro malaria troubles They arc the best allround tonic and euro for ma aria I over used II writes It M Tames of Louollcn S C They cure stomach Liver Kidney and BloOd Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them Soc Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store Four strangers thad followed from Chicago a special express messenger guarding 100000 in cash being shipped to the First National Bank which is to be reopened ran from tho police at Logansport Ind and escaped It is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate ho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will como to you agaIn Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug StoreS What do you do to get rid of- borest myfficeMeet cute thing my baby said ti 0 r 6 wYAiirJlor+irMi w Pains ofwomen head pains or anf pa in stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Palft Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold bJ Pennys Drug Store u The biggest trust on earth is the country newspaper It trusts every bodygets cussed for trusting mistrust ed for trusting and if it busts for trusting gets cussed for busting And ther you are Harrodsburg Herald Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold- ASNusbaum Batcsville Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three 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 my case and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately 1 Insisted upon having Foleya Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foley Honey and Tar with tho same success Sold bj New Stanford Drug Co FOR SALE 1 Stock Dry Goods Notions Grororler Timl ware Tinware tc about iUX Do- Ing fair business Liberal terms G H HAUIUB Crab Orchard Ky NOTICEI Those having elalnllllglllnn the estate of Mrs Minerva will please present then properlY proven to me by AUK so low RtcHAUD COHB Kxor Danville Ky B D CARTER New Livery Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Farm for Rentfor 1910 Form contains 130 acres llrlck house ol 1 rooms barns cribs and all outbuildings antt nne prnsaoncresor bottom land 40 cres upland balance In grass and timber this Fell Would like to rent before Kept 15 Call on Mnt 8AMIK J PKSSISOTOX It K D No lHtnnforU Ky SURVEYING AND CiviL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying Intl civil engineering promptly will be guaranteed and ray prices are rea onnblv Write me nt call me oer the telephone through the Hustonvlllo Zxcbnngc W trIm McKINNEY The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Ie now In operation and Is ready to serve lllankellFloltt9isYarnEtctVllleither work wool or exchange Hoods for It est market price for wool o H wniaUT Pr- osCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting such as Block Work lavements sad In fact we cnn make any thing from house down to a fence imst cot rrey- ou promptly and guarantee art clns work Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE A one blue grass term for sale situated on new pike near Poke Leaved and six miles south of Iiiincaster Sun acres well located In good neighborhood being uirt ot the John walker tract with n hand now twollor evun room residence hereonwllhniUceeeasnryoutbulldlugnandoat never falling springs and creek running through TKHM 4i cash In hand balance one and two years from day of sale bunting six percent Interest until Persons looking for such place write or see O WAIKHK Htanford REWARDHaving suffered considerable annoyance end damage from outlaws In breaking gate atches and tearing down and destroying ny gates on the county road that rum trough my farm I have concluded to offer n reward for Information leading to the onvlctlon of such person or lemons I will therefore give the sum t7 for Infor nation lending to the arrest and conviction or any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesar that have awed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the lustonvlllo turnpike to the Mlllcdgevlllo urnplke through my rannandl the smut amount for Information leading to the arrest nnd conviction of any party or unities who In the future commit any of the hove OITenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August 11111 TJlIUI Hit POSTEDWe whose names appear below strictly orbld hunting fishing or kind of tres tailing on our places and will prosecute vI ilatora to the full extent of the law Miss Mattte Howes llelchenbach liros Fred liaumann A T Traylor Idl burn Gooch N HPIuminer Will Hester It O Nunnellcy J W llnughmnn J W Peck J K liruce David Htovens John URmenlJch WmOordler Juan Trayluq M D Elmoro lotllhoilck Fred Handorf IThompson D M Anderson JI closer Mrand Mrs J svHKads A Kllmsu MrsNJ JJ Elliott Mrs Oeo Ix gan W It Daughcrty Frank Uordler Rev Father Lcco Dr O O Perry II Uriah W onlnl1HUlIaughlllRn Mm Margaret Gooch Jacob Gander flea OGlven V H Traylor Ham Roberts John Jnfer Amend Schaefer MJUormllnn ET neaal A K Mutheny UOwyaleyHJUHundley II HOrow Mrs Nannie B Good O K McOlure Anderson Carr Anton Honecker YonoruenlganTItOarpenterWXOPtlJohn 8 Lee Bevlurs Christian Jacob sluI MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No eOF A A it will meet In stated communication each Oral IUHI third Monday nights of each month at 11211 oclock In their halt on main streeet tHan ford Ky Members ot sister lodges are frt ternally Invited to be present T W Per nlngton N- eeCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Maggie lL Wheat Plft vs Lena 1L Ilur gets of sale In obtldillnee to atJudgment rtndllrlt In the above styled at the May term ItM tha undersigned Commissioner 0- 1MONDAYHEIT 1STII ltV county court day between the hours of lands P U In front or the court house door In Stanford Ky oner for lain litllUbllO out to the highest and on c credit of six months the tract of land li Lincoln county owned by llrynn Hobbs at tho time of his death bounded 01 the North by the lands of W P Grimes 01 the South br the Stanford and Preachers vllle turnpike on the West by the lands of Mrs Mary K WarrentCOlitalnlnK a55i acres The object TEIIMS Hoivd with security payable to tho Commissioner will be re qUlred of tbo pnrobaler bearlnlll ptlr cent interest froth data or la e until paid having the force and effect of a judgment and secured by llenon the land J II IAXTON Master Co ur- I M McIlOIlKKTH Atty for Im HEN Y- WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Pew people In the United States have not beard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all blngs It H essentially a family paper Dr a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COOUIKROUHNAL one year and this paper for the price named bore Send your subscription for the com nation to usnot tc tb6 Courierf- ourCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by n Judgment of the Lincoln Mreult Court rendere l at the February erinlKJ in the action of W M Mc luiriy II nd others against J A Dunaway and oth tfI the undersigned Commissioner will at about 11 xon MONDAY HEIr IJTII 1SM houselourlie outcry to till and tst bidder on Icrelltof six and lt monthsthe tract of land near Highland In Lincoln county Ky owned lcUulTe ni the UIII or his death and thus de rrlbv l IleglnnlnK at a dogwood II links N M W from n sprit Win Hutchisons corner hence 31 voles In n stort UoUrl lutchlMin corner In Wit Hutrltlions line thence N OtS W 111 poles to it store lobtjrt Hutchison a corner thence N jIW III poles to n store In Hlinp Martins lint hence with saints H CI poll to n lap IlIr Martins corner thence H 9 t K ill 101tston onkunglue and Joe lies In corner Hearts lute H HKt K IB1 xle toa stake un the side of a hull where n anl1 two elltnnh were called fort T Fox corner thence NIB W 78 poles to two buckeyn and white walnut near n branch thence H 71 W ai poll to a sugar- bruin a drain Win Hutchlions corner thence with his line N 754 W rt noire to a lead white oak with ash hickory and loge tree pointers hit corner thrice his liittHiHU W Y l poles II link to n Iicknrv- Ids corner thence his line H COS W 1Spolii to a white oak his corner thence his line ot H li1V 20 poles 7 links ton cherry tree ill corner thence his line N iSH W T4 poles to tlu beginning containing at acres 1 tool sad H poles ot land Ponds with good security for the purchase price will IM n lulrel1 of the purphaitrl ar cent Interest from date of sale tin tli paid payable to tho Comnilmiloner Imv lug the force and effect of a Judgment and ecurrd by Urn on the laud M U L C C P M Moltohertsttty for PIITs PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell to the ilgheit and bet bidder at my farm one tulle Houth ot DrynntvllluK- yunrftursdayAug a609 iromptly at W AI the following personal property I Sixty Horses Mules and Shetland Ponies 30 Jersey Cows and Calves 72 Southdown Sheep Ono 3yearold stallion by Oratorio dent inllle JilS one yearling Malllon Heurohllght dam by Wllkes nine brood mares with colts oiuiuxtra good addlu mare 0yearold colts by Jim Clark inu race colt two yearling colts b fouryearold mum Uieiunotkliret yens horsu inulo SHETLAND PONIES One 1 old stallion H brood morel whIch are native ponloo Imported mares eglstcred 10 yearling colts 3 suckling olds COWS AND CALVES- One regUtered Jersey bull 0 eore old 10 ersey COWl calves X yearling Jersey letters B yearling steers SHEEP Out puntbred Southdown owes most of them n buck that took the prem- Ium at the Lexington fair j 12 Houthdown rocks yearllo ge to lycnr II lb boats TACKS AND JENNETS One Sywirold Jack and two Jennets with olts by side One Kaufman runabout I buggy I buggy tolel double set of harness bridles nll1- al1dlellot of hay 1 tobacco setter never lteenused Mosler sofo combination lock In perfectorder farming Implements con Isting orwha drill corn planter mower roller binder plows cultivator hay rake ragon cutting harrow lice Palace with 10 warms of beeslard furnace U gallon ca pftclt anti other too numerous to aontloly Household and kitchen furniture ncludlug a line Radiant home heater reo Igerator solid oaK olllce desk 1 solid oak oak case 1 rosewood book base lot of old shloned furniture and numerous other ilngs that you will want Pedigree will be furnished of the pedigreed lockTERMSmade known on day of sole JEFF T DUNN OolI MDuun CUT PRICES All Summer goods must be sold at Cost We are overcrowded and must make room for our Fall stock of now fresh goods Note the prices Mens Suits were Belling at 22 60 IIQW 814 48 Men0 Suits wcro Selling at 918 00 now 12 08 Mens Suits were Selling at S15 00 now 10 08 Mens Salts were Selling at 812 GO now 8 08 718MensMens Low Shoes were Selling at U 00 now sa 25 Mens Low Shoes were Soiling at 83 50 now 2 08 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 3 00 nov 238 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 vow 1 08 Ladies Low Shoes wcto Selling at 83 50 now 2 38 4 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 10 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Selling at 82 50 now 1 08 Ladies Low Show wcroSellingat 82 00 now 1 38 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Selling at 81 50 now 1 10 Straw Tints 81 50 Yaluo now I 08 d Straw lints 82 00 Value now 1 3S Straw Hats 83 00 Value now0n 24 Straw Hats 83 60 Value now 2 US f 11 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY THE SHOW OF SHOWS t I6BIGDAYS l33000092 i 19O9 1 PREMIUMSI f HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME JitfoDAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND tr FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 Here Ibe finest lire stock and the best farm products are asseiebledfriend melfriend amusement Is combined with lalormilloa ShoW nla Ir shine day and night la the Itrtest and most rairnllletnt Live Stock FaTllloa la the world Quirter ol a Mtllioa Will Be litre COME LOW RAILROAD RATES FOR INFORMATIONCATALOGUELNTJIY BLANKS ADDRESS J W NEWMAN Secretary M to 320 PaulsoncaIUdtLouIsville KJtI the Lincoln voting national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 Ir8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT1 J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H CCARPENTERBOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIRCOTOHSl 1 J B Owflley Stanford S IL Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Rankin Lancaster J H Paxton Stanford W H Traylor 1II 1 have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS tllo beet wagon on the market for the money See them before buying as there has been a great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in n position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighhors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone we can immediately interest Our lined cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana anti the Southern portion of Indiana and Ifl Illinois EX6T TENNESSEE TEL dt TEL CO INQOHPOKATBD w