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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r T 1EEE TERIOP JOURNAj IfOL XXXVII r STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1909 I 110 50 BRODHEAD Mrs John Nowland and children of Lebanon Junction are with relativ heroMrs William MeKlnnov of near Spiro died and was burled In Freedom cemetery Friday She leavca tour small children George Roberts of near Marotbur sold to Ben Dillingham his farm of acres for 700 and bought of Ben bright a 100 acre tract of land for alto a small tract from Mrs Aman Owens consideration not known Before this is read by all of yo readers tho Hockcastlo County will have been a thing of the past this writing Tueeday afternoon it hard to eay just what success the ass elation will meet with People are divided as to whether it will be a goo fair or not Tho town is filling u with people quite a number of etan Rev coming In The fakirs can be see on all sides Tho principal attractto- at the Country Fair will be conspicu ous for Its absence this year the mer rygoround but In Its place will be the ocean wave but judging from what we have already seen It will not be much Tho cane man and tho doll baby man aro both here Tile candy man 5 has his tent up In our opinion the best attraction will bo the three play J rendered by the Hamiltonlan Club e Wednesday Thursday and Frida nights Tho plays are entitled Ou in tho Streets Farmer Hosklns and From Pumpkin Ridge The fair a this place is one of the main events o tho year and is treated as Home Corn- Ing Week among our people and man t bo the friends and relatives who vial hero during the meet Some of tho vII itors now with us are Mr and Mrsj t John Jarrett Jr of near Liberty Mrt Isaac Storms of Keavy Mrs MonaI Dunn and daughter Miss Ella of Dan I ville Mrs Hello Henderson of Low ell George Frith of Nebraska and oth J ers too numerous to mantlonf No miller bow long you have suf toned Foloys Kidney Remedy will help you Mrs S L Flowon of Wayne W Va writes I was a gut toner from kidney dlsoaic BO that at times I could not get out of bed and when I did 1 could not stand straight Oneicured tnu entirely It will euro you Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co lien MotherI saw him kiss youl I am ternbly shocked I did not for a moment imagine ho would dare take such a liberty Herself Nor did I ma In fact I bet him n pair of gloves he darcntl f A tickling ordryooulh can bequick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough JUemedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store r JJ BELDEN CO Inoue mid carne tn intuiting J1rnlning And herlwnod IInlhln pnper I nublrr string narnrxtlloHtnuro oigwslt- eIyu J J t NOTICE 1 hereby given that nt the Hep telnbiprTttXi DI tln u hoard or 1ru Twill ask th m to grant HtntelnlteatlnryaatNranklortntinder the HIM Judgment or the for shooting lion Kvrrltl My uvutonco which was given Juno ivutf being fur IS months HAM itonrwrtc I STOP THAT HEADACHE I or II IIn11i eyes rroporljr tilted with lifghgrmloleniJ Hill Knit Jlnln Ht Htiinfonl iuppljV your needs and lilt d nleooarrloa III- I stuck Edison phunogrnhs and thu latest record which you el1 for enelt or on monthly I hand let in talk the tnntter over KYKHTKHTKU HHKH I FARMS FOR SALE 1 with to sell prlrntoly my farm of Lr acres nt Jumbo Llncoln County Ky four miles from tins all It good li room tlwelllng good bam hove ono water eto 1111 bIn hlglstate of eul ovation Also hove four other nnall tarns for mile All yell improved Term anus factoryIr O HIIL be Stanford KrIlK DXoS flee Blue Grass farms ed Reasonable Prices Wo Imvo for sale a great many dc eirnblo farms located in Marion and adjoiningcounties In sizes these farms range from tho very small farm a to tho very largo ode Prices very reasonable These lauds are adapted to the cut tivatiou of nil tho crops raised in oth er portions of tho Blue Gross region We havo a fine burley tobacco sec ttion If you are interested write or TI call on u- sCsttltaiI D Ky Ral Csitat Co L lIaIIF tec I That Kings Mountain Graded School Matter Again esKINOS MOUNTAIN Aug 17There are hundreds of people who read t INTERIOR JOURNAL who do not owtq anything about the Kings Mountain Graded School and we think Murphy publiehlgag al 4Umost circle the globe for the purpose 1of trying to justify themselves for n thdaat Thurjjy urg slatAte aniswo woo U vote against the levy Why did they think we would vote against levying agreetPfar to meetings of the board in tho lat nter part of May and first part of Juno lovyIrs they were president and secretary and why would they bo urging us to see that the tax was levied T- At a meeting of the hoard on July 14 President Lane suggested we ilo row money and havo a nine school and then vote an additional tax Ironeyn nte wanted to do this because he did not Infn the election but wanted the poll SlGO downtproperty Later we were informed that the tax payers were not in favor of 1 poll Murphy and Acton objected levying any less Wo called the board together trod voted for a poll of 50c We then sent n petition to Judge S Owsley to order an election Be ero tho petition had time to reach Stanford we were informed that Murphy anil Aston were trying to Influence men to vote against this additional tax It ii well known hero that becaua- Murphy and Acton could not rule the board and employ the teachers they wanted that they aro now trying to ruin the school Last year when the school was crowded and not seats l enough they had girls employed in their homes to do housework who lived out of the district but who came in on or aloof the first day of school free one of them being over 21 years the patrons paying the tax and their children crowded for five months before they tnwould agree to have the matter adjust od This is a fact and they can not de ny it Murphy was elected trustee In 1007 for two yens according to his own handwriting In the minutes when ho was secretary and this is also the statement of men who were trustees at that thc ills time expired In May 1009 A man was elected trustee to fill his place Murphy refused him a certificate of election and Is now servo Ing as trustee unlawfully and against the will of almost every voter In the district We have the minute books the opin- Ion of attorneys who have seen them and a number of tho most reliable men here who are witnesses to these well known forte W F LANE Pres MORRIS WALL Secy M B SMITH Seared With A Hot Iron I scalded by overturned kettlecut with a knifo bruised by slammctl door Injured by gun or In any other way T the thing needed al cure U Ducklons Arnica Salvo to subdue Inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supremo healer Infallible for Bolls Ulcers Fever Soros Eczema and Piles Sent Pennys Drug Store 1 It is reported that W P Walton will buy and take charge of the Lexington Gazette We will be glad to know that the old man is In tho harness again and the Gazette while a good paper would improved with his work In tho editorial columns London Democrat Health Coffee Is tho cleverest imitation of real coffee ever yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch grains malt nuts etc Fine in tlavor Is made In just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store C Charging her husband Maj J Fletch of CiGeorgiaMrs Horner and cruel treatmentde Mrs Cora L Hanson of M filed suit for divorce in the superior itscourt The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlpPQt them 4825c Sold a8rugThe mercury reached 113 at McAIea 1 Oicta Tuesday I 4 NEWS NOTES The wife of Senator Cullom ofj Jill Hole is dead In Washington City heA largo barn owned by Charlie Beat of Owen county was burned by lightning The L N netted nearly 5000000 in earnings during tho fiscal year end ing Juno 30 While trying to learn to swim J Dot Cobb went to his death in the Kentucky River at Frankfort ryJohn C Latham formerly of Hop died in New York City where he was a prominent banker James OdplIa wellknown young man of Anderson is dead in tho Fox Creek section of that county While the mercury registered 56 In New York Monday it stood at 110 at Muscogee Okla for an hour on that day Simpson county authorities are unable to locate the person who fired on an automobile party from Nashville passing through the county grandjurykilling of Durwood Denton who It is alleged wrote letters to Mrs Lett Jeffersonvllg 10 of bonds to build a freight depot and make other improvements in Louis vllle Flemingburging horseback with her little girl be InjurybutKansas Oklahoma and the South west are suffering under the most ins tense heat in many years The there mometer reached 110 degrees in Musko- gee Okla the other day Dr II W Keldel a Murray dentist blew out his brains after firing threo shots at several gentlemen who were quietly passing his homo and wounding one of themF F Acres Ten persons were injured at Chicago- at least nine of them seriously when portion of the 12th Street bridge eve er weakenede to Secretary of War Dickinson in an effort to stimulate rifle practice in his State will give a trophy to the Nn A tlonal Guardsmen of Tennessee making annuallyJohn of nor III by Marshal Skaggs in a running infight otter Mitchell and two con federates had blown open the safe o the post ofiico and taken out 00 In cashA gang of boys ranging fr6m 12 to i campIng tlburninCincinnatiTho C has awarded the con tract ot 125000 to Oliver Bros EIunA nicutt of Knorvillc to remove cubic yards of earth in preparation a the construction of the new bridge eve BridgeTholow water mark Richard D Watson Cashier of the Central of Georgia railroad was shot and perhaps fatally wounded In his of flee at Augusta by Miss Elvira Todd 22 Six shots were fired gsontlonepofCHURCH MATTERSn Union services will bo held at tho Christian church Sunday night Itev REldCOth anniversary sermon Sunday morn- Ing at the Christian church Rev T W Barker will return in time to preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning His subject will be ofThe Kingdom Is Within You The Ladles Aid Society of tho Presbyterian church at Junction City will give an ice cream supper at the Mac cabeo Hall there this Friday evening All persons are recommended to take Foleys Kidney Remedy for back echo rheumatism and Kldnoy and bladder trouble It will quickly correct urirTary Irregularities which if neglected may develop Into a serious illness It will restore health and strength Sold by New Stanford Drug o I Official announcement of tho put Ht 4 a controlling interest In the Ch ncinnati arid Louisville railroad uy Hawley Is expected in a few The C C L will give tho C that 0 an outlet to the Great Lakes and to purchase Is one of Mr Hawleys got plans for the enlarging of the C Os ly importance For Indigestion and all stomach trouble take Foley Orino Laxative H stimulates tho stomach and liver regulatesthe bowels and wall post died lively cure habitual constipation Sold Of New Sfttporti Drug Co K 7 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES uptodateThe wife of Dr Phillip N Foley la dead at Danville aged 24 C E Whitehead was drowned in the Cumberland river five miles below WIN liamsburg Wilburn Johnson the aged father of Sheriff Rico W Johnson of Bell coun ty Is dead at Pinevllle Mrs Mary Hall widow of Dr W E Hall formerly of Mbntlccllo died at OrphansHomeAmong the many public institutions remembered in the will of Col Albert- A Pope are Berea College of Kentucky and Lincoln Memorial Universi ty of Cumberland Tenn Virgil Starve the 15yearold degen erate who shot his father to death in in Pulaski county some weeks ago and was held without ball has been brought to safekeepingAsays that James Creekmore formerly of Madison county drew No 100 in the opening of the Spokane Reservation The number insures him attract of good- Ie land in Spokane Valley in case ho files on it He was tho only Kentuckian among 250 whose names rare drawn out of 100000 applicants A Somerset dispatch says County opIDec 7 for the purpose of taking a vote as to whether or not the city shall have open saloons The city has been dry for three years The wets ay they will win this time sure and the dos seem just as confident of victory say Ing they will have a better organize lion and will make a stronger fight than they did three years ago MATRIMONIAL John G Saylor and Miss Matilda Coldiron will be joined in wedlocks holy bonds at Mont Brocks today Portr Lancaster Wednesday morning and were married by Elder F M Tinder They were met at Lancaster by Judge I D Ford and Mrs Eliza BallardIwho stood with them during mony They went at once to the home Mrs W J Hogan an aunt of the bride where an elegant dinner served courses was tendered them Thence nfrelatives They will visit Covington Cincinnatiand other points before re turning home The bride is u lovable dispositionrgroom a word implies He Is to be congratulated on winning her heart and hand A FRIEND Mr W Porter Robinson and Miss nnie Phillips Grave their many friends surprise by driving to Lancaster Wed knotrpresI ence e and Mr Sterling Curtis and wife who drove over with them After the mar clogs Mr and Mrs Robinson drove to Nicholasville Lexington and other Central Kentucky points where they will a few days with friends On return they will be at home to friends and well wishers at the home on East Main street The groom is a substantial farmer and clover man while his bride one of our very best women We lot their legion of frends in wishing them long Byes filled to overflowing with happiness Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing In Fedora Tenn nowIthe town for curing 0 V Popper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about ho writes and tho doctors did me nogood but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I tool like a now man and can do good work agaln1 For weak sore or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial af tertian It stacds unrivaled Price oOc and 81 Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I One of the shortest sermons on record was that preached at the funeral of Mme Cresswell a woman of the Stuart restoration period in England She bequeathed 50 tc fee a clergyman to preach her funeral sermon stipulating he was to mention her name and speak nothing but well of her He over the obvious difficulty by briefialluding to any praise except n She was born well she lived well and attheClerkenwell and Camberwell and sheD in Bridewell There were 12 deaths from heat in sCity Tuesdayf t i KIp-00KI Heres where the wear comes Childrens shoes need strong soles Buster Brown Shoes have soles that wear Mothers say they never saw childrens soles wear so wel- lBUSTERBROWNBlue Ribbon SHOES j For youngsters 150 to 250 J Just Received a Large Shipment of J K Buster Brown Shoes e t+ + NgNtt+4 + i+f+ 4i+h+ Cummins Wearen 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY CUT PRICES All Summer goods must be sold at Cost We are overcrowdedand must make room fur our Full stockof new fresh goods Note the prices Mens Suits were selling nt 22 50 now 814 48 I Mens Suits were Soiling at 818 00 now 1208 Mens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now 10 09 Mens Suits were Selling at 812 CO now 8 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 48 liens Suits were Selling at 8 7 60 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 84 00 now SJ 25 08aJMens Low Shoes were Selling at 82 60 now 1 OS i Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 83 50 now 82 88 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 00 now 2 10 i Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 now 1 Q8 LmliesLow Shoes were Selling at 82 00 now 1 l38 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling nt 81 50 now l lfl I Straw Huts 81 50 Value now S 308 Straw Huts 82 00 Value now X 1 38 Straw Hats 83 00 Valuo now 2 24 Straw Tints 83 50 Value now 2 08 t SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Use Arnolds HaniMade Busies There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 and up accord to the size Per set buggy steel tires beat quality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined 810 Buggies recovered in leather mid reliuod for 823 Rubber tires e best on the Dlarket and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trade a RM ARNOLD DANVILLE KY R k The Interior Journal rEc WALTON I 1 FA Democratic Ticket ljf1 ForClreultJudgeM 1t of Lincoln FE For Commonwealths Attorney l CHARLESAHARDIN I v 0 of Merc jr f For State Senator R U HUBBLE of Lincoln county For W H SHANKS FurOountyJudgrrjes fJAMESP BAILEY Attorney VSBURCH t ForOlrcnlt Clerk Jp SWOPE t r For Sheriff w L MCCARTY For Cqunty Court Clerk y GEORGE B COOPER IfI For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES ForHuperinlendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON tForCoroner GEORGE P BRIGHT 1 For Maglitrste Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Conitable Stanford District I M BRUCE jI For Maglitrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Wnynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable AVaynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH EDITOR BECKHAU delivers a broadside at his socalled democratic critics anent his warning concerning tho un holy alliance betwecn Mr Watteraon and John Whallen and their attempt to capture the State for the liquor inter- estsv the one proclaiming that nodem ocrat can be a prohibitionist and the other representing all that is low in the nefarious traffic in liquors All the same the exgovernor is right De mocracy can not afford to pay the price of the support of these bolters and marplots The State Journals fight on them has had the effect of driving Mr Watterson to Europe and Bucking 1hamJohn into the background Bully Beckham I His fight for pure and undefiled democracy is bearing fruit TilE president has issued an order to take the census Qut of politics after having decreed that only republicansI shall be appointed in Kentucky and the Eastern StatesMr Taft seems to be trying to fool somebody but he makes as big a mistake as Gov Willson does r In the fooling business when he proclaims nonpartisanship FATALISTS can find fact for their the ory in the statement that a boy who had fallen from a fourth story building in a Pennsyivaniatown was killed in an accident to the automobile in which he was being conveyed to the hospital Some peoplelseem born to be hanged and others to die tragic deaths with no escape from them TilE drys wonjin 17 of the 21 coun ties in South Carolina where the vote was taken Tuesday to choose between prohibition and the county dispensary system The election was without ex citement or special incident in any county and a small vote was polled MEDICAL authorities assert that the man with a moustache deposits millions more of microbes than the clean shav 11en Most women will however disre the warning They claim that a moustache adds flavor to the osculatory a performance HON ST GEORCETUCKERS man agement of the Jamestown Exposition lost him the Virginia governorship The people thought if he made such a fail ure in managing that bo was unfit to take chargeof the affairs of a whole State DR ELIOT is occupying the center of the stage at present with a new relig ion which doesnt seem to us to be any religion at all We take no stock in these new advertising devises The old time religion ia good enough for us r oTXfiSTics show that women bring the larger number of divorce suits ti There may and doubtless are many rea it sons for it but the fact that the man has to pay the costs and both his and her lawyers may cut some figure iANOTJJER affinity marriage has come tp grief in Philadelphia The wife is plaintiff in a suit for divorce and 10000 charging that the man who was made for her beat her unmerciful lyTHE t way the prohibitionists are getting ih their work in the South it may soon MOW to be tresses to eves men tion an intoxicant LOib t LIt r 1 i81beingsensa- tional allegations one of which Is that the grand jury was forced to indict him for the alleged Muscogee town lot frauds after they had voted not to do so by being told that they would be indicted for perjury if they failed The lIaske1l1haspersecution and created great sympa thy for him by those who know tHe character of the fightITilE comptroller of the currency I nding out letters containing a num ber of questions concerning banking matters to directors in order to see If they are on to their jobs and the an seers be is receiving shows that the average director no more directs the bank than he does the universe If dl rectors really directed we would hear much less of defalcation by the other officials SENATOR GORE the blind statesman I from Oklahoma is talked of for the presidency next time by the democratsi Should he be nominated and I would find out so many strange things in government that he mightDe able to sing Once I was blind but now I can seeTHE I motor plow is the latest With I it an acre of land can be broken for 25 1 cents whereas it costs 3 to plow it with horses It may come to pass that the farmers life will become such a de HghtfuKone that the cry will be back to the farm instead of on to the city KANSAS is about to harvest 300000 000 bushels of com after a record wheat crop No wonder the populist has fled the State or become a million aire WITH the tariff passed and the Thaw trial ended we are at a loss to know what the will find to fill up withIThis and That The Russian gives more attention to the art of dancing than the people of any othernation In the hold of one of the transAtlan- tic steamers there were recently 20 tons of ostrich feathers Harry Buckley one bf the best known men of Lawrenceburg suffered a stroke of paralysis and his condition is critical The use of rat skins In various indus tries haslcreated a demand in London alone to the amount ot Inearly 200000 a yearArthur Eads of Middlesboro fell in between cars on the L N at Big Stone Gap and was killed He was coupling cars Harry K Thaw was taked from the Westchester county N Y jail back to his old headquarters in the Mattea wan Asylum for the Criminal Insane Germary Austria and Hungary have established museums in Constantinople for the display of samples of various manufactures that interest the Turks- J A Lyddane one of the most prom inent business men of Owensboro and candidate for the democratic nomina tion for mayor of that city died Wed nesdayThe of inquiry in the case of Lieut Sutton has decided that no pOSe sible charge of criminality lies against any of the participants in the fray except Sutton himself and that Lieut Sutton was directly and solely responsible for his own death POLITICAL Democrats and independent republi cans of Letcher county will nominate a county ticket Henry B Meece was appointed postmaster at Meece and Silas A Douglas- at Reno Pulaski county Giles Wright of Ashland was nominated for State Senator by the republicans of the Thirtysecond district Judge H Clay Howard a Bradley man was elected a member of the State Central Committee in the seventh district to succeed C 0 Reynolds Gov B B Corner of Alabama signed the income tax resolution thus plac ing Alabama in line for the amendment to the National Constitution The res ilution had passed both houses with only two votes against it these being in the House The Laurel county Republicans nomi nated the following ticket by a primary J J Taylor for Representative W H Jones for County Judge H J Johnson for County Attorney Bill coville for Sheriff John R Jones for Jailer Ira J Davidson for County Clerk and Rev W II Bruner for As sessqr The Crime Of Idleness Idleness means trouble for anyone Its tho same with a lazy liver It caus cs constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blot ches loss of appetite nausea butDr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25c at Pennys Drug Store THE large tobacco barn on Mr C E atea farm on the Hustonville pike was moved about two feet by the severe windstorm a few nights ago The barn bad about beencompleted with the exception of the braaing timbers f t1iJ HOME FOR SALE The property on Danville Avenue RUB ford occupied tiy W U Withers line a areInatellyMrsMary Pennlngton Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale II ueilre to tell prl tely my stock of Qro cerleinnd Hardware loina good bull ness Will invoice Jteaion 111 health I HOHPKn Stanford Ky IOFONOTICE 0101DeDlItcircuit court of Lincoln county nt the May term of inld court ivtv will uik the governor for pardon of said convict and nil who object will notify the governor and Mate In writing any objection they may have Application for this pnruontobemade sent 1 IWo mOt AKNOH Aug 10 180U Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Omce cwt works Me Klnnvy K- yMILL FOR RENT I Owing to Illhealth and wanting to be aWRY from home tome this summer I have decided to rent my uptodate DIx River Roller Mills driven by water and steam power Clood location Mill In arst clan ondltlonW HTKAYLOIl K F D No 4 Stanford K- yTwo Small Farms for Sale I One containing 23 acres good 0 room welling pood stock barn and outbuildings all under good fence and every field well wAterld 1 acre In young orchard a year- soldlyacresin la good state ol cultivation raised ISO pounds tobacco and 15 bushels wheat per acre on It last year Price ta Hecond tract of f3H acres with- Y room tenant house SI foot tobacco barn well watered 30 acres under new fence bal ance In flue timber IS acres well cleared nne corn and tobacco land Price nu Hit uated 8 miles Houtb of Hlanford on Homer set pike Tract No 11s on pike No S Is 1 mile from on county road Address or see me at htanford Ky II O 11KUKY Commissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court MaggleH Wheat PlfTvs Lena 11 llur gets etc Defendants Notice of sale obedience to n Judgment rendered in the above styled Slay term 1H1I the undersigned Commissioner will on- MONnAYHEIT13111t Icounty court day between the hours of land- S P N In front 0 the court house door In Stanford Ky utTer for sate ut public out cry to the highest nod best on a six months the tract of BrantLincoln county Ky owned by Hobbs at the time ot his death bounded on the North by the lands of W P Grimes on the South by the Htanford and Preachers vllle turnpike on the Welt by the lands of Mrs nary K Warren containing KM acres The object of the sale Is for reinvestment TEIIMS Bond with approved security payable to the will be rt tho purchaser untilpaidbnvlutqinterest from date ot la e the force nod elect of n Judgment ant secured by lien on the lund J B PAXTON Master Oomr 1 M McltOVKHTii Atty for PUT Farm for Sale On Danville Huttonvllle pike of JW acres In LUtcolncountpKyymilefrom More land This farm le well well and cistern and abundance of stuck water furnished from never tailingsprln s Mot of farm In I desire to sell farm lnthenextoodnystogetberwilh tho stock- brredclentlet stock 0121 high 8 all ages 10 brood mares t registered 1 registered stallion H acres of corn 15 or su stacks of hay farm lug Implements ot every description 1 will sell the or an part of the stock and II I soil the farm without the stock I must sell not later than rodays so us to give me time to mllkll 0 sale ol my stock Also have y0 odd mules from work mules down coltsYou 111 havo to see this farm to appre- clato the location and the many RdAntoltI- of this farm Any from n distance desiring to see this farm can come to More land LIncoln county Kyon time Queen k crescent route this farm being only about 3r mile from station II n KING Moreland Ky The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington Ky or ers the following courses name Agrlcol ural Mechanical ivllEngi Electrical Engineering Minin- ghnglneering0lassloalandseven ClenUUo curses each tour ears and leads to n Uachelors degree alto a Department of LAW and a Department of education last has been established instead of the Normal Hchool Persons who enter this department for advanced work In pedagogy are granted a Bach lors degree subject when completed The Academy for preparatory Initruo lion Is retained receive free tuition dormitoriesfuelremain consecutive monthkbrone colleg late The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Illltory kab nre Is p t for ns rUt Hired by Congress The graduates In the several courses of study readll employment with liberal emunerntlon The was number ol ma do elihtheYoung women llnd an excellent tome with board and lodglue In Patterson Hull which Is well equipped with all the modern onvenlences hull for physical culture nt sa per week All courses of study In the lty lire open to wiminn on Identical 4ondlttonswiththose apply Ing to naleH The completion of the Agricultural Mln sing Knglneerlng Laboratory nnd Kduca Uon bulldlnits alford ample and commode bus quarters for theso department which are rapidly Increasing In the number of ma trlculatesForcatalotiuesmethods ot obtaining ap ointments regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAB K PATTEKBON hD LL D Pros or to D 0 YKAJtIIKDollnel1 Agent Fall Term Begins Sept tJ Qa 909r f 2cUDg BIIen J youngmen I ways come to us and can find them 1 1 H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky DRIPPING SPRINGS PO Crab Orchard Ky Is now open for tho season Write to HpearI Fisher Manager fur folder Small Farm For Sale I I desire to tell privately my farm of 87 acres In Lincoln county seventies from litanford and two miss Staywood rat good roady mile from pike In good neigh borhood closa to church rural route and i mile from schoolhouse Land all very pro ductlve Tarn In grass balance In cull vaUon III under Mood lance Comfortable house of six rooms new barn and all other outbuildings Abundance If ne waterand fruit of all kinds JT UVINCWTOX It F U No1 Stanford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION c B pRurrr Moreland Kentucky Kor IK days In order to clean up on Mat tings Druggets Uarpeto lings Etc Will give 10 per cot reduction Have comae rare- beargai0sln millinery Home big tmrgnlns In close outs In wall paper Nice selection of framed pictures Now Is your time to buys handsome mantle mirror Call and see them Choice selection of rockers Good llnoof tads metal and wool metal and wood folding beds crlbtcots mattress es springs councbei Davenports chairs suitcases trunks extension tables centre tnblvs medicine cabinets glass sash doors to Call and tee us supplierHervicuO U PIIUITT Morolnml Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonvillet Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods digestion Stomach trouble Is but a symptom of and nol In Itself a true disease We think of Dyspepsia heartburn and Indigestion as lUll disease rei they are symptoms ot a certain specie Nerve slcknsw nothlni elM It WIll this faM that flntJcorrectlr led EtOmaa- RemedyDr In the creation of that nosh very popular Bhoons llMtoratlre Ooliu direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that SUCCCM and favor to DrShoop and his Reatontlre WIth- out that original and highly vital principle no had1Forbreath and sallow com lexion try Dr Shoop aeelorctleUfully reuonuneod Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS W fj 15 H rr FIJI- LONGWORTH Edcrhcimcr Stein Co UAKIM you G Jj Penny K H Coffey R IL Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP THY OUR Talcum Powdery Sponge Bath RruellceTgilct and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Jae CoM Soda Water with Jersey Cream null Kino Fruit Flavors tI PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford K ntucky rr FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY RI f ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 i SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500f t Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS 15 Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresldcnl John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman AMI Caihr WW Sannden Bookkeeper DIRECTOR jIF Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Peltns H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Rocker CIE Taleo Big Line of I 1 Chattanooga PlowsiJ l The Best MLde61 r t l GEORGE H FARRiS Stanfordy r 11r zrrr 3 r f itJ rrENrXON JENI I For the remainder of this month August we offer any of our Mens HighGrade Shoes at 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT 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 have size There is nothing better made at any price than Florsheims Shoes Anticipate your Fall needsjt= SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal ill M BTAJJFOKD Ky Ann 20 1909 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will Bell on Saturdays and Sundaya 5 cents Drug Store is PERSONALS MR W 0 MARTIN attended tho Per ryvlllo fair MRS LEE H STONE is vlaltlng Lan caster relatives Miss CORA NUNNELLEY ts visiting friends at Corbin JAMES 1 WHITE went up toMt Vernon Wednesday Miss KATE DAVIESS RANEY is visit Ing friends in Pctryville MRS SAW GOLDSTEIN Is back from a viett to relatives in Louisville MESDAMES WILL AND NEEIXY STONE are visiting friends In Bellevue MRS J S HlCE has returned from Cave City after a protracted visit MESSRS MCMILLAN AND En RANKIN i are visiting relatives at Burnside t a MR MARSHALL STONE of this office Is spending a week in Cincinnati MR J H IlocKER and wife of UusI Umvtlle sptnt Wednesday with tive heroI Miss IDA LiB BOURNE of Lancaster I spent several days with her lister Mrs W K Warner Mug J D NEVIUS end baby of LebI anon Junction are visiting her parents in this county JUDGE MC SAUFLEY attended theI Men at ParksI reunion of Morgans Iini this week DR J It STEEIE of Junction City wits on Tuesdays train en route to the Uorbourvillu fair DR AND MRS W B OBANNON drove to Lexington and spent several days with friends MESDAHES W T WEST and Rober- Embry of Lancaster were guests o Mrs W B OBannon MRS R C UOCKER and daughters Misses Janio and Mary Katherine lire attending the Richmond fair MISSES ISABELLE HALDEMAN ands Margaret Edwards of Louisvilc passed up to Crab Orchard Wednesday 4 MR FRED NEIGHBORS of Louisville wu the guest of Mr and Mrs W K Warner Tuesday and Wednesday Miss LICCIE BEAZLEY orders tho I J sent to her at Hindman Knott county where aho is engaged in school work MISSES PEARL AND HANNAH AL DRtDGE arc visiting Bartx urvillc friend and attending tho Knox county fair REV GEO D VERCO went to dy Shelby county Wednesday to his appointment at that place Sunday PROP E L GRUDRS of Shelby City up to Crab Orchard Tuesday to 1palled a lodge of Woodmen of Amer icaMR S S ELMORE and family have moved back from Anderson 1d and t the Pepples farm are now livingon near Howland Miss AGNES MOORE of Cincinnati II visiting herunclo Mr Cicero Reynolds Miss Elizabeth Nunn entertained in hci t honor Wednesday afternoon MISSES KATE RANKIN of Burnside I of Lan and Mary and Jennie Rankin t caster arrived yesterday to bothe guests of Misa Alice Rankin t MRS D B EDMISTON and daughter Miss Lillie Paxton Edmiston have returned t home after several weeks stay at Crab Orchard Courier Journal MRS T A RICE entertained at her beautiful country home yesterday afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock at a porch party in honor of Mrs U K Bourne of New Castle MR J T ROBERTS and daughter Miss Ina of Hubble and Mr Thomas Underwood and daughter Miss Anna of Springfield Mo wero guests at tho home of Taylor Roberts MRS PEARL E HOOD of Washington City la spending a few weeks with her mother Mrs M V Moore at Mc Kinney A family reunion was heldat the home of Mrs Moore last week MRS SUSAN BQYEAGER entertaIned- at euchro at her home on Lancaster I street Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock in honor HMesdamea Owen W Ingles and Sanford M Allen of Millersburg Tills office enjoyed a call from Mr A W Curd of the Burgin section Wed i r nesday Ho brought Jijsjfather Mr J T Curd up to have one of our fhysi clan examine hlmThe junior Curd married MteB MmniejMunfay of the place P y A f a Mns JOHN F CASH continues very JAMES G HARDIN of Monticcllo Is hereMRS ANNA RUSSELL is up from LebC anonMR E T PENCE JR is at the Drod head fair MRS HATTIE Blsnor of Huatonvillo very III DR L B COOK is thought to be somewhat improved MISK LISSA HOLTZCLAW in with Misi Katie Cass at Brodhcad Miss GARY RICE of Richmond is the guest of Mrs J S Rice MISSES SUSAN FISHER AND SALLIE WOODS are with Richmond friends MRS G G PERRY and little Bctti Perryare with Richmond relatives JUDGE J W ALCORN and Dr G G Perry spent a few days In Lexington Miss FRANCES THOMPSON of Boyle wu the guest of Mrs L R Hughes Miss GRACE OTTER returned yeatert day from a visit to Louisville friends HON HARVEY HELM and Mr R MI Newland attended the Perryville lair Miss MOLLIE DAUGHERTY went to Perryville Wednesday to visit friends Miss ELIZABETH BAUGIIMAN of Dan vllle Is the guest of Mils Nancy Yet ED C GAINES the hustling insuranci agent of Lancaster was hero yeater day Mrfa MATTIE NEVIUS is with her daughter Mrs J E Duck at Gilbert Creek MESSRS E C HOPPER and W S Drye were here from Hustonville yes terday PnOF J W IRELAND will spend next week conducting the Mason county in stitute PROs M G THOMSON of North Mid dletown was here Wednesday with friends MISSES ROBERTA AND KATIE EAD have returned from a visit to friends In LexingtonMiss BUCKNER of Lebanon passed up to Crab Orchard on Wednus days train MRS A C HILL Is visiting Miss Lena Palmer at KIrksville and attending 1tho Richmond fair Miss GEORGIA LEWIS is down from Richmond the guest of Misses Mar and Elizabeth Higgins MRS 0 P HUFFMAN and Miss Mar garet Huffman have been guests of Mr T S Elkin at Lancaster MRS J N HORN of Knoxville II visiting her sister Mrs Sam M Helm In the Turncravlllo section MESSRS S T HARRIS M S and J W Baughman and Sam Embry attend felterdayJI Lucile Walton who have been with relative here returned to Richmond Wednesday MESSRS GEO B HARRIS and Lewis Gill of Lancaster passel through to Indianapolis to the automobile race Wednesday MESSRS JAMES C COULTER of Mid and F M Ware of McKin ney passed through to the Brodhcai fair Wednesday TRUEHEAUT BOURNE who has beer visiting his sister and aunt hero left yesterday to be with relatives at Hunt- Ington W Va for a short while liON J M ALVERSON went to Lex ington yesterday to bring back his find seven passenger automobile ho bough last week Mr James F Cummins and Claiborne C Walton accompanied him MR A L SPOONAMORB and wife of ColToyvllle Kas who are visiting rel ativca here paid this office an appre elated call yesterday They are pros poring in tho West and look as if the climate thoroughly agrees with them MRS W A TrUnDLE who has suffered intensely with gall etones for some weeks was taken to Louisville for an operation yesterday morning She was accompanied by her husband and her brother Dr Pickett of Mays villa MRS R J LVLES who has been her sisters here left yesterday morning for her homo in Nashville Miss Sallie Cooko of Pittaburjr Pa who has spent most of tho summer with Lincoln coun ty relatives accompanied her for a brief visit Miss MARY MORRISON MATHENY has as her guests at her country home Misses Josephine Carpenter of Stan ford Mary Etta of Lexing ton Ruth Marie Munday of Louis ville Miss Matheny entertained in their honor very delightfully last evening LOCALS THE Liberty Mir ext week WANTED a few shares of First Na tlonal Bank stock This office EVA daughter of Caleb Rout colored died and was buried yesterday LEAVE your order gforSwifts or Globe Fertilizers with E T Pence Stanford CITY TAXES Your citytaxes for 1909 are due Please call and settle- D D Carter collector IIAND PAINTED China makes hand some and appropriate wedding presents See M rs Catherine McClary ONLY one left You will never have the chance again to buy a 40 sewing machine for less than factory price W H Mueller tho Jeweler I WILL have on hand the coming week Lightning balanced power gas dine engines lightning power grinder corn and small grain cutters nd blowers for silos J 0 Reid Stan fredSr GRAND MASTER JOHN D CARROLL of Frankfort was here Wednesday nigh visiting 10 0 F Lodge No lW Judge Carroll is a member of the Kentucky court of appeals and represent this district upon the bench T r WRAYMr David W Wray whoI formerly lived in this State and was a brother of the late James M Wray oi this place died at Denton Harbor Mich last week Ho is survived by his his widow and four grown children TilE fiscal court was in session Wednesday about half of tho day passing on county road claims which will amount to about 7000 Judge Owe ley tells us the claims will run about 1000 less than last year when all of them come in and are passed on BADLY IiunTF LoganThompson who lives in the Goshen section was kicked by a mule and badly hurt Tuesday evening Ho had driven the animal up to shear him and in tying him he began to kick him One foot struck him in the stomach and the other on the end ot his chin rendering him uncon scious in which condition he remained for 10 hours TilE big Laurel CountpFair London Ky Aug 21 25 26 27 Hon W 0 Bradley U S Senator from Kentucky will deliver an address on the lair grounds on Wednesday 25th subject The Mountains of Kentucky Hon Richmond P Hobson the hero of San Lingo and noW a Congressman from Alabama will deliver an address on the fair grounds on Thursday Aug 26 subject Kentucky and tho Nation Special excursion train from Richmond via Lancaster and Stanford stopping at alt stations returning the same day on Wednesday and Thursday Aug 22 and 26 Trains stop right at entrance to fair grounds COURT OF INQUIRY Squire Dave R Adams held a court of Inquiry at Kingsville Tuesday for the purpose ot looking into the assassination of James II A Engleman agent of the Q C railroad County Attorney W S Burch Sheriff T J Hill and Deputie Lee Hill and W H Hester were all present Some 40 or 50 witnesses were examined but proof against none ot them was sufficient to hold them to the grand jury or an examining trial The railroad company has several detectives at work on the case and we hope ti hear that tho guilty party has been apprehended ere many more days come and go Let no stone be unturned it the effort to arrest and punish the black assasllnINEWS comes from Hustonvillo that a newspaper is to be launched in that thriving and delightful little city The promoters wo are Informed are Messrs leery R Cmnltz who is at present with a large printing concern in Cincin 1natl but whose family resides at Hustonville and Smith D Yowell for merly a merchant of the West End cap- Ital As tho former gentleman is a re publican and the latter a democrat wo suppose the publication will be nonpar tisan in politics Hustonville is a good iHislness point and the promoters should nako a living if not more out of their snterpriso The INTERIOR JOURNAL of fers its assistance in any way to the jentlemen above mentioned and invites them to feel at liberty in taking any hinK they wish We wick them sue leaaand heartily welcome them into the ranks of journalism Y PURE cannel coal at J H Baughm CoB Try a load GET Olympian Springs water at Shu gars Tanners They are sole agents for It TAXES taxbooks for 1009 are now ready Cme in and get your re- ceIpt T J Hill sheriff THE L willrum n an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday leaving tho depot hero at C A M 175 for the round- trip EVENTUALLY you will use either Rex or Ecpnomy coal from Denhams yards Why not begin now and save the dlt fcrence 7 J T WILKINSON of Stanford is at the Whipp Hotel ready to press and clean clothes for the next two weeks Liberty News LOST black shepherd dog four white feet and fat Left last day of talr Reward A R Matheny Stanford R F D No1 THE Brodhead fair is in full blast with a good show of stock and a big crowd in attendance Today is the last of the series Go up THE farmers are cutting tobacco and farm help is exceedingly scarce and high Those who know say there will bo a heavy yield of the weed FARM FOR SALE 115 acre farm on Dlx river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Stanford JUDGE GANN who I County judge of Russell died at the home of his daughter Mrs E Ora Gooch at McKinney yesterday morning aged about 65 The remains will bo taken to Jamestown for interment Tire republicans meet here tomorrow and go through the silly performance of nominating a county ticket As the honor is an entirely empty ono wo opine they will have trouble in finding enough men who are willing to offer as lambs for sacrifice to make up a full ticket DROPPED DEAD Will Hardin brother of the late Mark Hardin of this place dropped dead of heart trouble In Memphis where he was engaged In business He is survived by his wife but left no children Mr Hardin attended his brothers burial here in December last 5rWE wish to express through the paper our sincere thanks and appreciati for the kindness shown us by relatives and neighbors during the illness In death of our little one especially thE the undivided care and attention of thE physicians and nurse also the though fulness of Messrs Dinwiddie and Sur bet and the comforting words of Dro Montgomery and tho choir for sucl sweet music Mr and Mrs Jesse Car penter DOUBLE KILLING At Dry ForI church near Phil Casey county Sat urday night John and Addle Chapmi became engaged in a fight with Jol Perry Luttrell and family and when th smoke of battle cleared away Add Chapman and John Perry Luttrell werl found dead from wounds inflicted wil knives in their breasts and John Chum ley and wife son in law and daughti of Luttrell were both seriously wound ed with stabs and gun shot wound Sad feeling had existed between tht Luttrells and Chapmans for some time Three of the former family and two oj tho latter are in jail at Libe- rtyHENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journa AND Che Interior Journa BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY 150 y t 41 L R Hughes T W HomMeW 0 IatiI a 25 Per cent We have n few Skirts left in Voiles Panamas Sc all colors 25 PER CENT OFF FOR CASH f Wo also havo a few Linen Wash Suits left Regular prices from 88 to 1250 Price now from 85 to 88 This is this eeatonsgoods Latest styles and best patterns Our loss is your gain Dont forget the tremendous CUT wo are making on all Ox fords You may also take any price of Dress Goods in our house at 25 PER CENT OFF Dig CUT on all other lines Come to see us d HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY i il Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and the Supe rior Grain Drill are three important articles necessary in raising your wheat crop We have them all ready for you ti You will make no mistake in buying this line Call on us when we can serve you W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky B If you want the Best Drill made try the r Hoosier For sale by R T PENCE STANFORD KY 1798 Trapsijlvapia UniVer5it4 199 I Continuing f Kentucky University t The College of Liberal arts coeducational Ilaruiltoiu pollogo forrWomen and tho College of law Three ClHlmses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment IAfaculty of 56 chosen from the of America and Europe tntlardizd elective courses lending to the degrees of A n Boo n A MandLL B v 1 New Science Building recently erected at a cost of 860000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ex penses The session begins Sept 131OUWrite for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A MPh D Pres LExmCTTONKENfUctv w 9 v t k i LT The Interior Journal JIJrMoed in Ae PottOJic at Stanford at ifdMI rnatte- rt L iN TIME TKBLE No l1 Houth111Se P X z NoI8 Mouth lled A X No U North 4N1 A M No F1 North 5W r x No T7 1017 AM Nos JUO P X JOS 8 RICE Agent tL A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY lOnce over McRoberts Drug Store In the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The form of 140 acres of good blue grins land lying one mllo North of McKlnnoyon the Btasrtord pike Improvements and fencing good of water frul of timbered land one mile doKlnneyhalfunderfeneoplentf MoKlllne KY When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex- priceabusineM suit your or thehnesthevvenln- clothes that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meat ure for extra trousers fancy vesti top coats and overcoats Spring and Bumruer sample i on hand ready for your inspection HO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of All kinds bulbs flowers wreath notice Also make n specialty of + for for funeral purposes In connection with the nbove I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OIIRIHTMAN mENHOUSES r ED 11U1IIIAHD PltOB Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 80 Office M Insure with me and bo fully protected Y000WODL- HI FAIID nRT GiestagJtYcllowRoot cfe We are Dealers and can do belierforyou thia enta or Reference any Bank in LouiavillcI shiptM SABEL SONS CSTftBUftNVO IN lau 229 E Market 51 LOUISVILLE K- rINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp AU Kinds of Farm Property Everything Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyOn Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis co lnttJLBeazIeyCoh Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture SIattingsRug8 They willexchange Furniture for til Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JG McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarnegs Saddlery S STANFORD KY- OSPkouter ompJlOtIe6y 1 t Lilih q Ji f I rAJtIDItSDEPAKTJORTI FOR SALE Sow and six pigs Mss L H Stone Stanford FOR SALE200 good stock owes A W Carpenter Moreland Let J S Murphy the McKInney miller do your custom grinding Embry Bros Bald Hazzard ran second in a race at Windsor Wednesday- J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load of salt FOR SALEI50 barrels of old corn George 0 Spoonamore Preachcraville Ky Take your wheat and corn to J S Murphy the McKinney miller High eat market prices It is estimated that nearly 25000 lambs were shipped from Carlisle during the past week- S T Powell Jr of the West End is at the Columbia fair with his great stallion Almont Dare W H Shanks bought three jennets at Hicks sale for 200 Ho also bought of Fred Brunschweig a horse mule colt for 65 An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with ono blind teat left my place Tuesday Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky FOR SALEAbout 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack will have baled aa soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky R F D No1 At Alex Hicks sale near Olympian Springs corn brought from 240 to 261 at the heap yearling filly 127 three jennets 200 two small jacks 50 each CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fiRe pasture 21 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle t- 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 At a meeting of the tobacco growers of Scott county 80 per cent of those present indorsed the Burley Society pool There were no votes against the pledge President Cantrill of the Society of Equity spoke in favor of the pool A Kick From Turnersvllle Will spu please give me space in your paper for the following message Too much interstate commerce cheap whisky and beer commonly known among the booze fighters as Cream of Hops for short on tap in Turners yule On last Saturday night week the whole neighborhood for two miles around was very much excited by the loud swearing yelling and shooting in the vicinity of Turnersville and along the public highway leading to Stanford Hustonville It sounded very much the civilized world like a band of heathens turned out of a dark wilderness Such conduct was enough to shock the modesty of the whole community and was demoralizing to the whole human race The people of this country spend a great deal of money and time and sweat blood around the polls trying to elect men to office who will enact laws to protect the better class of citizens against such conduct as has been recently practiced in the Turnersville neighborhood It would be well for some of the officers in pow er to make a close investigation of these Cream of Hops stands that are being operated all over the country It would also Le Well for the grand jury to take up the case and see who the gun totcrs are A CITIZEN SpotsIpotomac the breeding ground of mnp brIo germs These germs cause chillst fever and ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and general de billty read bring suffering or death totthousands yearly But Electric Bit ors never fall to destroy them and malaria troubles fThey are the st all round tonic and cure for ma laria lover usedwrites Ri M James of Louellen SC They euro Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 60o Guaranteed by Penc nys Drug Storetof Kentucky Fair Dates Shelbyville Aug 245 days on Elizabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 dayspLondon Aug 254 itFrankfortNIcholasville Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Tri State Fair Middlesboro Sept 1 T4 dayspMonticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 13G days It Is the weak nerves that are cry ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Rrstoratlvotand see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and soc Sold cry Pennys Drug Store 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 the several routes through the caye from all stations on the Cincinnati and Knox villa divisions Ten days limit on tickets See L f N agent If t 91iJ1 1 O firI 4 7 J Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbaum Batsvllle Indiana writes Last year I suffered tor three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my business I had many of tho symp toms of hay fever and a doctorrpre scrlptlon did not roach my case and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate it Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured mo My wife has since used Foloys Honey and Tar with tho same success Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Palmer Webling cashier of the Kie fer Bank at Tulsa Okla was fatally wounded by robbers who attempted to rob the bank Wobling lived at White ville this State Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minute sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c box Sold by Pennys Drug Store FOR SALE Stock Dry Ooo 11 Notion Groceries Hardware Tinware Ac slant IJIWO IKit Ing fair business Liberal terms O B HAUUIB Crab Orchard Ky NOTICEI ofMrproperly proven to mo by Aug linw Hicit AHD Conn Exor Danville Ky B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Farm for Rentfor 1910 Yarns contains 131 acres Brick house of 7 room barns crlfoi and all outbuildings and fine spring 00 acres of bottom land 40 ores upland balance In grass and timber Seeding right this Fall Would like to before Sept 15 Call on bins BAIUIC J PKXKINOTOX H oI No 1 Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERINGJ I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write me at or call me over the telephoaothrough the Huttonvllle WALfKUMoKINNKY The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney KyIIs now In operation rend Is ready to neI Linseylilunkets Inwork wool or exchange goods for It HIgh- est I market price for wool CII VHiailT Pror CONCRETING We are ositiontodotillkinds of con cretins coon as lllock Work Pavements and In tact we can make any thing from i bouse down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flt4t class pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GAHnAhD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on now Ike near Iolnt fxavell read six miles south of Lancaster containing suo acres well located In good nelghbornood being art of the John Walter tract with Rballll new twu dory sevenroom residence thereon with nil necessary outtmlldlnKsand good new burn 40x00 Well watered six runningthroughTrllxsi cash in hand balance one and oyears rum IhlY 01 sale bearing six per cent Interest until paid 0100FVGiIALKgIIHIMIfoM I REWARDHaving suffered considerable annoyance gatelatchesmy gates on the county road that runs through my farm I have concluded to offer reward loss Information leading to the- onviction of such person or persons I therefore give the sum of Y for Infor llltlolIldlllg to the arrest and conviction any party or parties that have broken tha latches on any of my gatusor that have Haweddown or torn down any of my gates the county road which runs from the Hustonville turnpike to the Mlllnlgevlllu turnpike through m farminiul I will same amount for Information leading s the rarest and conviction of any party or o- arties who In the future commit sty of Mite slave olTnelImy T J II iLL ri- ltPOSTED strictlyIorbl JolatonMiss Mattle Heweg Ilelchonlmch llros TraylorJllburn NunnelleyJ bJohnlinn M U Elmore riotllbOllck Fred Hnndorf- J J Thompson II M Anderson JI Moser Mr and Mrs Jan H Ends A Kllmsa Mrs N J Horton LognnWRev father Io DrOO Perry HaughnmnUriahMrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander TraylorHamAmend Schaefer M J AUMethenyh Ie M JMorgan B I Fa H T Harris nCW tkivsu bloIraItoncckorWT L Ilaughmnn Mrs Kate Ador I OarpenterWpevlenChristian 1 ijiUL ij r II tI for 1 1 JII 1 rsrats L 1 ii + e4 1t fIr f 4 Believing that the people of Kentucky f t will be interested in the organization of the J f Citizens I jeNational Life Q 0 I t- L Insurance 1 1- o Company f S i I e Believing that o they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for t its stock we will publish in paper every week the amount of subscriptions todate The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week Third WeeK Aug 16 34500000 MASONS MEETI Lincoln Lodge No M Ft A M wilt meet In staled communication on each not and thlnl Monday nights ofeach month at 7su oclock In their hall on main streevt Htan lord Ky Members of titter lodges are fra termilly Invited to IM present W Pea nlngton Sec CommissionersJSale n Llnooln Circuit Court As directed by a judgment nf the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the February term 11111 the action of WI Mcilutfwy und others against J A Dunawuy and oth ers tho undersigned Commissioner Will lit about I PM on- MGNnAY SEPT 13TII 190V county court da In front of the courthouse pubIlecredit of six nod IX montlxthe tract of countyKyol his death and thus described i Ileglnnlng at n dogwood II links K M W from n springttIn Hutohlmns corner thence to n store Hubert Hutchisons corner In Wm Hutchisons line thence N II W in poles to n norKotHTt 11 utcuUon corner thehwo NS7tW lv poles to a stun In Hlmp line papInc iolestoawhite oak lIoghll IIld Joe Iia tin corner thence JlaMIn line HKYE IV3 l ales to n stake on the side of a hill where n poplar and two chestnuts were called for P T Fox corner thence N IS W TO pole to two buckeyes unit white walnut near u brands thence H 71 W si ales lo a sugar tret In a drain Wm ItuiehUnns corner thence with his line N 73t W iS lale to n dead white oak with ash hickory and sugnMree pointers his corner thence Ills line H SIS W SI 1101111 links to a hickory his corner thence hits line HiOHVftM oI to n whllll oak his corner thence his line at HIM W SO poles 7 links to a cherry tree pslcitolandIsecurity for the purchase price will be required of the purchaser lanr cent Interest from datevf sal un til paid payable the Commlsiloncr hav ing the Moron and effect of n Judgment and ecured by lien on the land J II 1AXTON M O L C O P M MeRobert Atty for Pills PUBLIC SALE r thelifghratI milo Houth of liryantsvlllc Kyon Thursday AugZ609 Promptly nt 10 A M tho following personal property Sixty Horses Mules and Shetland Ponies 30 Jersey Cows and Calves 72 Southdown Sheep One e oW stallion by Oratorio data HnllloOlliikor Siii one yearling stallion by Searchlight sum by Ashland Wilkes nine brood mores with colts one extra addle mare e Yllnrol1 role by Jim Clark ne yearling race colt two yearling colts Jim Clark one pair our ycanol1 maro one thrljYenrold horse mule SHETLAND PONIES Ono 4 yenr old stallion 8 brood mirewhich are native ponies 3 Imported mares registered 10 yearling colts fi suckling colts COWS AND CALVES One registered Jersey bull 8 years old 10 JereyheifersSHEEP 00 purebred Houthdown ewes most of them sired buck that took the prem ium at the Lexington fair U Houthdown ucks yearlings to 4yellr0dl Illbolitl TACKS AND JENNETS- One SyenroId Jack and two jennets with colts by side runaboutOne Kaufman buggy 1 l1gg double set of harness bridles andhuddle lot of hay 1 tobacco setter never been used 1 Master safe combination lock farming Implements cur- eelslUtgofwheat drill corn planter mower roller binder plows cultivator hay rukn wagon cutting harrow lice Palace with 10 swrmn of bees lard furnace 43 gallon ca other things too numerous tomention Household and kitchen furniture Including a tine Uadlant Home Heater rev frigerator wild DISK oftlco desk 1 solid oak case 1 rosewood book case lot of old fashioned furniture and numerous other things that you will want Pedigree will be furnished of the pedigreed THUMB mode known on day of sale 4 DUNKeo1+ A tttRiU 1t1i1 ttl Ii l7t u + Fa 6 BIG NGnus OyyUU PREMIUMS IN VS HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME 1NmTiAiiNoH DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON JTHE PASS 25 Here the tines lire stock sad the best firm products are itxakled Irltod ratedfrieD amusement Is combined with lolorculloa Show rate or shine day and worldQuarterLOW RAILROAD RATESFOR INFORMATIONCATALOCUEtNTKY BLANKS ADDRESS J w JW NEWMAN Sc TmMgnnuriU320 Paul Jonea Bid Louisville Ky the Lincoln County national Bank 1 Of Stanford ncfuckye Capital 5000000 11 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER Itl f J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTERBDOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK DIREOTORSi J B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John U Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Rankin TraylorGilberts f H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Oooch Gilberts Creok I H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal + Branch House Stanford Ky Thurman Tudor Mgr H B NORTHCOTT Stanford RURAL TELEPHONES cityIa quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tcnn for information regarding our special Far mere Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we y KentuckyTennessee II Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO iccoeroanrrD p