You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, August 24, 1909. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1909 int1909082401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, August 24, 1909. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. j THE-i INTERIonJOURNALtfv xYwtJoo rlH t- tvoL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 24 1909 jio bi Clarence Coleman Takes a Big Trip And Tells About It MILWAUKEE Wis Aug 13Ths my first visit to Milwaukee also to the Badger State It Is not often I make a pilgrimage to tho North preferring to spend my vacation days in Dixid Land However tho cheapest excur alan of tho seuton attracted my atten lion and I came up from Louisville to Denton Harbor Mich Tuesday over the C C C St L Dig Four now operated by the Now York Central lines The Stato of Indiana was tra Versed Its entire length North and South and wo camo through tho ban ner corn and wheat section of thejlooa ier State Tho wheat crop just thresh ed was an average one wbllo the corn yield will prove a bumper one In tact 4all Central and Northern Indiana ap pear to be one immense field of maize We came through the progressive little cities of Anderson Alexandria and Ma non once tho center of the great gas belt Elkhart the metropolis of Northern Indiana Is a leading manufacturing and railroad center At Goshen Ind we halted for the Twentieth Century Limited en route from Chicago to Now York to pave This train which operates over the tracks of the Lako Shore Michigan Southern and New York Central had left Chicago at noon and was due at New York at G A MI Just think of It18 hours from the Windy City to Gotham while down in Louisville wo count on 26 hours to NewI I York on the malls and that schedule ie not guaranteed The Twentieth Cen1 tury Limited is run on a guaranteed IBhour schedule and the passengers are refunded a certain sum for every 4 a hour they are late Only last week while running late and In a successful effort to regain lost time this train made 133 miles In 103 minutes with twot brief atopsfSouthern Michigan Is the fruit JI + grape vinyard of the Middle West Peaches pears apples and grapes are grown in abundance Denton Harbor and St Joseph twin title and located on Lako Michigan are separated byt the beautiful St Joseph river ono of the most picturesque and winding streams in America The population of Denton Harbor is about 120000 that I plyIand other lake ports 1 stopped overnight In Denton Harbor boarding tho steamer City of Chicago at 730 A M at St Joseph for Chicago Tho lako was choppy otherwise the voyage from the Michigan town to the Windy City was uneventful though quite a number of the passengers were disposed to feed tho for their atomt ache ankoIThis was my first visit to Chicago since Jply 1901 eight years ago last month While on my return from tho Philippines I stopped over a few days I 1 was not sufficiently familiar with this great Western metropolis to mark anyII I changes Greater Chicago with ItCJ 225 square miles larger than some of our Kentucky counties and with a pop- ulation1 larger than that of any of our Southern States except Texas constlrI lutes a place too largo for tho casual f visitor to absorb in n few days Chica I KO second only to Now York among American cities is probably third among tho cities of the world in popuJ lation According to a conservative estimate based on tho 1009 city tory the city has a population In extl cess of 2225000 or something like 2 000000 more than Loulsvilloand not a few of us think the Kentucky town Is a real city WhllO In Chicago I A I 40 mlle auto tour traversing severalI blocks of the downtown business die trlct thence down the be uUIulMlche igan Boulevard visited Jackson Wash- Ington and Grant parks and many oth er points of Interest Saw the million dollar residences of John W Gates and of Armour the great meat packer also the great Field museum University of Chicago and last but not least the home of one of Americas greatest mail Ward Co flIbeing shown through by Mr Edward- S Goltra president of the National As eociatlon of Postofllco Clerks which is affiliated with tho American Federtlonp of Labor Tho writer has be n a memob ber of this association for two yearen One aeea so much in a city of the mags i nitudo of Chicago that it is a waste of time to attempt a description of It on ti paperYesterday at 30A M I boarded tho steamer Christopher Columbus which put us in Milwaukee six hours later I Enroute we sighted Evanston III Kenesha and Racine Wis The latter is a and is the home of nor clicksThreshing Machine Co I am quite sure these names are familiar jority of tho readers of the I JIMilwaukee with a population of 6 about 400000 is one ot the prettiest t andcfneticJtlei v eyer sees p Located on Like Michigan has one a i f c portSteamers to 4 the central business districts of towns the same as make the Chicago river sacks in Chicago Wisconsin the home State of the old quent Senator LaFolletto Is as strong ly republican as the moody Eleventh i In Kentucky However It has bee carried democratic by Peckwho was twice elected to fill the executive chair at Madison Your readers are probabl- familiar with this great man through his humorous literary productions CIII pecially Pecks Dad Boy which has furnished innocent amusement to mil lions of children and grown alike Ills Pocks Sun a weekly publication had a world wide circula lion in Ita day I have been through tho Milwaukee poitoffice and it Is a beauty When it cornea to light and cleanliness It has them all beaten The secretary of our National organization George Pfeiffer Is a clerk In the city division of the Milwaukee poatoffico This Is a city of parks and monu ments her parks ranking second to none in beauty and as a manufactur ing city it takes first rank population considered I went through the great Schlltz and Pabat breweries the for mer the largest In the world the latter contesting with the AnheuserBusch placeThel8 gantic propensities that I shall not attempt to go into details The dozen or more breweries of Louisville would be completely enveloped by the great Schlltz plant These two breweries give employment to several thousand men women and children Their bottled beers are sold in every civilized comer of the globe and only last week the Pabst people shipped 1000 casks of Blue Ribbon to Manila These maintain large warehouses and distributing stations In all of the largo cities of Europe Africa and the OrltntI as well as throughont Mexico Canada South America and tho United States Schlitz tho beer that made Milwaukee amous form a combination of words familiar to almost every American but ono can not conceive of the magnitude of this concern without a visit through plantMilwaukee with hpr 200000 German and 100000 Scandinavian population 30 breweries and 2000 saloons will be slow to jump aboard the water wagon so popular now in tho South and parts of the Middle West This city has just had a Home Coming celebration modeled after the Kentucky Homo Coming three years ago in Louisville The wanderers by he thousands besieged the Cream City or tour days nut I must ring oil Leave hero at 430 r M for Chicago thence home byway of Denton Harbor I nm accom panted on this trip by n brother postI office clerk and my wife My brother nlnw W D Adams a young druggist LauUvilln was unavoidably ilotnlnod from making this trip These cool nights andexhilarating ako breezes are mighty nice but for Oh you Dixie Success to the I J- CLARENC COLEMAN Soared With A Hot Iron scolded by overturned kettle cut a knlfo bruised by slammed door Injured by gun or In any other way thing needed atopce It Bucklens Salve to subdue inflammation and kill tho pain Its oartha supremo healer Infallible for Dolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 23cat Pennys Drug Store hI heard Mrs Climber boast the othI day that sho was very high born II dont believe It Oh yes she was Sho was born on tho top floor of a 12story tenement Baltimore American Health Colleo Is the cleverest Imitation of real colTeo over yet made Dr Shoop created ltfroin pure parched grains matt note etc Fine I- navorIs made in just ono minuteI 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample freo Pennys Drug Store Mrs Mary Maugot wife of a Now tailor was found dead at her From a gash over her eye and other Injuries it is supposed was murdered The coroner reported that ho could find no clew Before photography was applied toI stars the highest number catalogued- was 457847 Tho number of stars the camera will show Is estimated at over 30000000ITho HUle Candy Cold Cure Tablets Proventlcs will In 1a tow hours check all Colds or LaO rippe Try theml 4S25c Sold by Pennys Store The Firstclass Postmasters Associa ion selected Richmond ya for the ext convention E M Morgan of New York was choeen president 1 M1 NEWS NOTES Fire In the buslncis district of Deca tur III caused a loss of 1000000 Charles H Stoll charged in the cir cult court at Lexington that his life had been threatened in connection with the water contract suit 1George II MacLean of Chicago and his son were killed in an automobile ac cldcnt at New Brunswick Nt J Five sariyPlans to establish a medical college for the Kentucky State University were discussed at Lexington between Louisvlllee rand Lexington Frank Hallam of Jackson Miss shot himself through the head with a rifle while seated In front of a mirror in hiss room ills family believe his death was due to accident Reese Buck a prominent farmer of North Carolina was shot to death and four others were seriously wounded In a fight growing out of a controversy over a dog at Huntcraville The balloon Peoria with H E Honeywell as pilot Is the winner of the endurance raco started at Peoria III Thursday Honeywell landed in Mis souri Friday 165 miles southwest of St Louis Three men were killed when aNa lonal car driven by Charles Merz of Indianapolis left the track on the south turn of the Indianapolis motor speedway and crashed Into a group ofI spectatorsWhile a wounded crane which ImprisonedInD Leach of Bourbon county was viciously attacked by tho bird and the sight of one eye destroyed Former President Theodore Roose velts mall forwarded to him in East Africa contains scores of requests for wild animals skins and other trophies the chase from and I zations jn tho United StatesJLightning struck the barn of James Cloud In the west end of Mercer coun ty and killed four 1200pound cattleSand several hogs Twelve loads 160 shocks of oats and most of his farming implements were consumed The Government report on forest lira in Canada during the last year shows that timber was destroyed to the extent of 25 OOand that 21 lives were lost Forty million feet of lumber were burned in British Columbia The State executive board of tho American Society of Equity which convened at Bowling Green at the same time as the tobacco department rall fled the proposition made by the Dur ey Society to the Society of Equity at WinchesterMrs Copley Thaw mother of lorry K Thaw made public a statement criticising the treatment accorded- to her son in the Motteawon State Hos pital for the Criminal Insane since his return to that institution by order of Justice Mills A gigantic counterfeiting scheme in which tho operators hoped to get 6evwI oral hundred thousand dollars was un earthed in Louisville by Secret Service Agents John Roberts Marlon C Rob erts and William Koenig a local print er are under arrest The prosecuting attorney of the Third judicialcircuit filed suit In the Jackson County Circuit Court at Newport Ark against 65 insurance companies doing business in Arkansas asking penalties amounting to 65000000 for alleged violation of the Arkansas antitrust laws W H Oakley paymaster of the Franklin Construction Company at Rock W Va was shot to death by an unknown man and robbed of 2000 The alleged murderer was pursued by a posse captured and lynched accord Ing to a report received nt Blucfield W Va William A Dourque driver of a Knox car in the 250 mile race at India napolis was killed and Harry Holcomb his mechanician was so badly Injured that ho later died Dourque Iqst control his car which swerved crashed into the fence and turned over pinning both occupants to the ground All persons are recommended to take Foleys Kidney Remedy for back ache rheumatism and Kidney and bladder trouble It will quickly corIrect urinary Irregularities which neglected may develop Into a serious Illness It will restore health and strength Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Near Augusta this State night ridI belonglog slJnthetobaccomen in the crowd and a neighbor of Mrs Struve saw them apply the torcha For Indlgestfon andall stomach trouble tsko Foleys Orlno Laxative as it stimulates the stomach and liver poslhvelSold by New Stanford Drug Cp c POLITICAL Brutus Clay United States Minist to Switzerland has been appointed co responding member of the Institute Geneva DemocratiStatetees has issued a call for a meotr of these bodies at the Democratic bas becue in LotiUvHle August 31 President Taft is to take his perso- off Uncle Sams domains He has ac tented an Invitation to visit territory on Oct 15 next when he exchange visits with President Dlaz of Mexico at El Paso and Cludac Ju arezThe report is current in Washington that lion Joseph C S Blackburn Civ II Governor of the Panama Canal Zone has tendered his resignation to Presi dent Taft with the purpose In view of returning permanently his old Kentucky home IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES T M Estes Cos mill at Lebanon was burned causing a loss of 25000 with 13000 insurance prominentbanker had been in ill health for some time Dert Edwards a brother of Congress man D C Edwards was badly defeated for the republican nomination for jailer in Laurel A London paper has the following to say of the Republican primary of that county last Saturday Gpebellsm has always been a horror to the mountain Republicans but If he or his followers ever got as low down as some who participated in the Republican primary last Saturday we nor they have ever heard of it Mrs John Avoye Dead Death invaded tho home of John Avoye on Aug 15th and took his be wife from earths sorrows below to heavens joys above Rebecca Avoye was an upright Christian wife and and a kind friend to everyone he leaves three small girls a devoted husband a mother 72 years old four I brothers of which the writer Is one three sisters and many friend and neighbors to mourn her loss Sister suffered for the last three months with consumption but bore her sufferings patiently until death did its work She was laid to rest In I 4yardwriter in the presence of a large crowd of friends and neighborsK D NOAKES Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing In Fedora Tenn A mans life has been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about ho writes IIand the doctors did me nogood but after using Dr Kings Now Discovery luruo weeks I feet like n new man und can do good work again For weak soro or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial affection It stands unrivaled Prlcp 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store An attempt to blow up an office building inside the stockade of the Pressed Steel Cur company at McKees Rocks was made At Schoenvillo a bomb was thrown under a horse ridden by a State trooper A dozen or more Injuredbyof the troopers No matter how long you have suffered Foleys 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 times I could not get out of bed and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Remedy One dollar bottle and part of tho second cured me entirely It will cure you Sbld by Now Stanford Drug Co 10yearolddaughter farmer near Cave CitY committed sui cide by swallowing strychnine dying in illhealthIt is tho weak nerves that aro cry ug out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize theseweak inside nerves with Dr Shoop s Restorative and see how fast good health wilt come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store Courtblockand a gasoline launch destroyed s aresult of an explosion on the launch at Massey SPrlngsIat A ordrycpughctnbequlck ly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by PenajrV DrugStoroi h i ehooKrhooKtHeres Childrens shoes need strong soles Buster Brown Shoes have soles that Wear Mothers say they never saw childrens soles wear so well BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOE For youngsters 150 to 250 e LarC7ee Shipment 0IfItr t Buster Brown- Shoes I j i J j f4Nft+ +t+ tttt+t I Cummins Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKYb CUT PRICES All Summer goods must bo sold nt Cost AVe are overcrowded nUll must mako rooju for our Fall stock of new fresh goods Note the prices Mcnri Suits were Selling at 822 50 now 81448 Mens Suits were Selling at 818 00 now 12 95 Mens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now 10 98 Mens Suits were Selling at 812 50 now 898 Mens Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 48IMens Suits were Selling at S 7 50 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at U 00 now 5J2ii Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 50 now 208 Mens LowShoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 + 38 MQUS Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 note cislft Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 83 50 now S2J38 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 00 now j 2fo Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 now f08 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 00 now jK8 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 81 50 now11Uy4 Straw Hats 81 50 Value now 5US Straw Hats 82 00 Value now 138 Straw Hats 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw Hats 83 50 Value now 2U8 SAM ROBINOTSTANFORD KY Use Arnolds HanWe Buggies There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting first claxi work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 nail up accord ing to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered andrelined 810 Buggies recovered in leather and relined for 8 25 Rubber tires the best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 Best Goodrich at 10 solicit trade KYI w JJ n V t The Interior Journal E C WALTON II Democratic Ticket I For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of MercerII rJJr State Senator Rj L HUBBLE of Lincoln county Tor Ilepresentatlve W H SHANKS Forcounty Judge j JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J DSWOPEFor I WL MCCARTY For CountyCourt Clor- kGEORGEBCOOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Aiieiior JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON 4 For Coroner- GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford Dlitrlct JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District 1 M BRUCE For MngUtrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle District IK HELM SR For Mnglitrnfo Woynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable WeynesbuegDldrict JOHN G BAUGH I AT this distance it looks like tho water works investigation at Lexingto has degenerated into a family quarrel among the Stolls and their friends with C H Stoll the aggressor It IsI absolutely disgusting and it is strung that Judge Parker permits the time of his court to be wasted in a fight wage entirely fpr spite It certainly is for no publicgood If such a warfare wa waged in the mountains it would be heralded as a feud and somebody iC not many bodies would have bitten the dust before thisp DONT you wish you had bough Standard oil stock during the panic of 1907I In November of that year it went down to 390 It has now advanc ep to 712 But we havnt heard oC Elder Rockefeller selling any even at that price By the way the old mans earnings for the company for thu last two years are 79756821 It oughtnt to make any difference with him wheth er clothing and other necessities of liCe go sky high or not under the Payne Al drich Senate tariff JUSTICE MILLS lays down good law when he declares in remanding Thaw to the lunatic asylum that he was not sen there for the crime of murder but wa pronounced innocent of it because of hill Denial condition It is not punishment but restraint so that he may noL injure himself or others with the ulti mate hope by proper care and treat ment to effect acure Superintendents of asylums in other States might make a note of this for future action and profit 4ACHINESE gardener m California is to have succeeded in producing an onion which while retaining all its fra grant properties is entirely odorless We suspect however if the experl ment proves a success that those people who eat the vegetable apparently with no other desire than to be as of fensive as possible will fall back on some article equally as offensive A WIDOW of 81 was led a blushing bride in a Pennsylvania town by a youth ful buck of 51 A big farm and a large bank account were the moving causes of the strange alliance but as the bride says she is good for a century the groom wont get to handle much of the coin THE duty on champagne was increas ed to 160 Singular enough but we have heard uo kick over it in this sec tion There Is no tariff on aqua pura Fut there would have been had the republicans thought the people would have stood for it TilE corporations which are hit for two per cent tax on their profits are preparing to fight It to the bitter end in the courts Whatever the result to the government there is sure to be a big revenue for the lawyers A PHILADELPHIA magistrate holds that jilting a girl is disorderly conductI and fined an accused 1150 some wise jurist put a ban on flirting and there will be little left for which to live THE first month of the fiScal year only shows a deficit of about 18000000 and the spoilsmen at Washington are great Iv eficotiraged r 1 Q lQy maAl 6te r EVERY now and then seme idiot ate tempts to get into the lime light by proposing a law to chloroform the fee ble minded Of course such a propos tion is at variance with every instinct f of the normal human heart and pcopl who suggest it show that if such a law were adopted they would be the first to take their own prescription Meanwhile I if they are tired of life the suicide route Is open to them I TilE Southwestern gulf coast Is plagued with mosquitoes which attac I stock and force them to flee to water where they stand and die in preferenc to going out and being eaten A man flagged a train between stations- and when remonstrated with said he was compelled to do it in order to escape the pests Again Gen Sheridan march seems to be in order BY an overwhelming vote the Alabama House passed the anticlub bill by the provisions of which even the most sanguine antl prohibition leaders believe clubs will be forced to cut every sort of liquor on sale or outI tion Every application for must bear tho promise not to allow liquors sold or distributed or stored Tim National Democrat started by Norman E Mack has suspended afte a life of only six months The publi is nt much interested in the lengthyI diatribes of governors and men with which the publication abounded I What the average reader wants is crisp uptodate matter Long spun theories dont go AN Arkansas has for a Carnegie medal because he is tho father of U children Strikes us tha if there is any honor in such a state of affairs the wife is entitled to it In stead of medals the father should be hustling around for something with which to clothe and feed the poor littl things FIFTEEN more South Carolina coun ties have decided that they prefer pro hibition to Tillmans dispensary failure leaving only six in which it remains In force The system was invented to de lay the march of prohibition but it got to be so rotten that even its former advocates turned against it A WOMAN suffragist lectures in the home of a rich woman in New York and although the charge for each afternoon is 5 the females who have mor cents than sense flock to the house be cause the admission includes an examination of the rich apartments What fools these mortals be We believe it was Gen Phil Sheridan who made the significant remark tha if he owned Texas he would swap it lor hell and move there With the mercu ry standing 111 in the shade there the other day it looks like it would be unnecessary to have moved if he was looking for a hot place A LITERAL tillmeat Riche take to themselves wings and flyaway comes from California A man invest ed 7000 for a pair of wings and start ed to fly but he didnt go so as you would notice it The 7000 sailed o1t of sight though IT cost the country 500000 to have the tariff revised that is to say that Is what Congress cost The millions of costs that it put upon the common people can hardly be estimated in our lim- Ited means of computation ONE of the insurance companies will insure only total abstainers The governors of North and South Carolina wil soon be eligible The previous question of how long it is between drinks has been ruled out of order IF John D Rockefeller lives till his ightieth birthdayand He has said he will reach 100he will become the first illionaire in history He is today worth 700000000 Dont you wish you were Johnny IT is figured that the worlds supply of oil will be exhausted in 21 years That however doesnt bother John D- He will have gotten rich enough to retire before that SPEAKER CANNON claims to be a constant reader of the Bible Perhaps there is where he gets his cuss- words but they wernt put in the book for that A GOODY good Wasbington judge has decided that it is gambling to play marbles for keeps He has certainly forgotten that he was a boy once himself CHURCH MATTERS There will be no prayer meeting at the Christian church Wednesday night The meeting at the Christian church at Hubble conducted by Rev D M W alker of the Christian church here esulted in 16 Confessions Rev T W Barker will preach a special sermon at the Methodist church Sunday night to young med All invited ladies and gentlemen young and old- Eid Joseph Ballou preached a fine ermon at the Christian church Sunday Just 50 years ago that day he united with the church and eight years later became a minister A large crowd card his apleadid discourse V + f uc ViIL r1iIelJ Here and ThereaFierce forest fires In Manitoba are ragtag and millions of feet of standing lumber ere being destroyed A package containing 62500 in negotiable bonds of tho city of Chandler Okla was stolen from the Wells Fare Express Co while in transit In a running fight with negroes three Louisvlle boys members of prominent families were seriously wounded presumably with razors While seated at a dinner given In honor of her 65th birthday Mrs Arts mesia Hardy of Louisville collapse and died of heart failure before med cal aid could reach her- MATRIMONIAL James Baker aged 19 and Miss Joel Wilson 17 were made ono at James Wilchers Sflhday HOME FOR SALE Tho property on Danville Avenue Stan ford by W U Withers lint a good residence and Outbuildings lire good shape Splendid cliteru nni big 1ocntlon nrst elass and 10 flub neighborhood Will toll privately MM Hugh Held E 1 Mary 1ennlngton Stanford K- yNOTICE I Notice of application for pardon of Gee Den lit who was convicted of forgery In the circuit court of Lincoln county at the Ma term of said court lIiW will ask the gov ernor for pardon of sold convict nnd all who will notify tho governor situ state In writing any objection they maj have t o same Application foi thlspardon to be made Wednesday H 1 isw KICK KKXdK Aug Ifl IOCI Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monuments Markers and Potts Cemetery and Laws Vases and Settees Omce works Me Kinney K- yMILL FOR RENT 1 handOwing to 111 wanting to be away from homo some this summer I hay decided to rent my upto date Dix Rive Holler driven by water and steun loop location MIII In Untcl conditionWIITUAYfon It F D No t Stanford Ky Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing 21 acres good 8 roots t dwelling stock barn and outbuilding all under good fence and every Held wel watered 1 acre In young orchard 3 year old IX acres In gross all In good state o cultivation raised hate pounds tobacco am I II bushels wheat per aero on It last year Price Si Second tract of tI acres will t r room tenant haute M foot tobacco tarn well watered 00 acres under new fence hal ance In line timber 11 acres well cleared line cum nnd tobacco land 1rlcn tai Situated 0 miles South of Stanford on Homer set pike Tract No 1 Is on pike No J Is 1 mile from ou county road Address or see me at Stanford Ky H 0 11K11HY Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Maggie 11 Wheat PUT vs Lena H Ilur guns etc Defendants Notice of sale In obedience to n Judgment rendered li the above styled action at the May term lW9 the undersigned Commissioner will 01 MONDAYHN1TlaTtt1W9- county court day between tho hours of 1 and tf M In front of the court houno door li Stanford oiler for sale at public out cry to the highest and best bidder on R credit of six months the tract of land in Lincoln county Ky owned by liryan Hobbs nt tho time of his death bounded on the North by the thud of W IGrlmo vu the South by the Stanford and Preachers vllle turnpike on the West by the lauds or Mrs Mary K Warren containing ebyj acres The object or the sal 0 Is for reluvesttnent TitnuR Ilond with security payable to tho Commissioner will be re quired of tho purchaser bearings per cent interest frost date of ttntll laldIIOlng the force and erect of R judgment stall secured by lieu on the laud J n PAXTON Master Comr P M McHOUKKTH Atty for llff Farm for Sale In Danville Hustonvllle pike of 240 acres In Lincoln county Ky tulle from More land This well Improved good well and cistern and abundance of stork water urnlshed frosts never falling springs Must of farm In grass I desire to sell thl farm In the next no days together with the stock end crop the stock consisting of il high bred Jennets 8 ticks all ages 10 brood hares 4 registered II registered stallion M tcreof corn 15 oral stacks of hay farm ng of every description I will sod theIsellthenbarns without the stock I iiuit sell not later than II so as to give 110IcoltsYou have to see this farm to apllre- clot the location and the DlBnyadvantagel- 01 this farm An person from a distance leslrlng to see this farm can come to More land Lincoln county Ky on the Queen A Jrescent route this farm being only about mile from station B B KINO Morcland Ky UBLICSALE Having sold m farm I will sell to tho highest and best bidder at my farm one salt mile North of McOrcary on the Lan caster and turnpike on WtIJNKtWA 2f 1000 poronlllIlive year old saddle mare 1 good family morelI years old that has proven to bo n good mule mare 1 nice two year harness stars I two year old boric 2 tnrllng tortes suckling colt 3 work III II e from two to threo eauold good yenrllngJnck 1 goof six year old Jennet with jack colt b- yterldu1 six year old Jonnet In foul 1 three JellII dry cow v Rood short year Ing steers I ersoy bull iu barrels of new corn also household and kitchen furniture nnd farm InK Implements TKUMHt All sums of IQdollars or under ash all sums over 10 dollars the purchase with good security said notertoUIvenote 1st 1910 and to bear In erost at the rate of six percent per annum from maturity till paid and to be nogotla 1hie and payable at the aarrard Bank A Co Ky J WHILL yj ft Jfaji jWWiM m mttd U Jiii A YoUI1g MeanIolangmenways come to us and you can find them H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky DRIPPING SPRINGS- P O Crab Orchard Ky SpentFisher Small Farm For Sale I 1 desire to sell privately my farm of 61 acres In Lincoln county tithes froUl Stanford and two miles front Maywood Oil goad road mile goal bprbood clues to churchrural route and I lr11Ihouse of six rooms new barn and all otheoutbuildings Abundance of ffno water am fruit of all kinds- J T LIVINCmTOX It K IL No I Stanford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION C B PRUITr- Moreland Kentucky For 110 da10 order to clean up on Mat tings Druggets Carpets Hugs Etc Will Klvo 10 per cent reduction lliive tome ratbargains In millinery Home big bargain in close outs in wall paper Nice selectloi of framed pictures wow Is your time to buy handsome mantle mirror Call and see them Choice selection of Good line of beds metal nnd wool metal and wool folding bedscrlbscots mattress es springs counches Davenports chain suitcases grips trunks extension tables centra medicine cabinet glass sash doors Ac Call and see us Well equipped stock of funeral supplies Service or day 0 U PUUITTMorelnnd Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods I ndigestion Stomach trouble Is but a symptom of and not In a true disease W Dyrpepla Heartturn and Indigestion as real dleeaes yes they are trmptoms only of a attain spa tern dckngeebothla It was this fact slut l1nt carreeuyle4DrShoot- In the creation of that now very popular Stomachs Btraedy Dr Shoopi RloratiTt direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that suecesl mad favor to Dr and his Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting accomplishment were ever to be For stomach dlltrell bloating blUoumeH bad breath and sallow coat lextou trr Dr eaoop totctaellwhtltcanan recommendDr Shoop RestorativePENNYS M l IkwAaYrm knrlw ulalQUdcs tpllat G L Penny K H Coffey K It Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP THY OUR Talcum Powders pjug 8 jl1thI1rulheeToilet anti Bath Songs AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice CoM Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fine Fruit Flavor PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882 CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern SafetyrDeposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hockerlrosldent S T Harris VJc ePresIdent John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman AMI Cathy WVSauadersBookkeeper DIRECTOR F Reid J H Caughmin M D Elmore J M Pettui H C Daughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W BOBannon J S Hpcker CiE Tale v Big Line of Chattanooga Plow t The Best Made 1 GEORGE HU FARRIS Stanford 10 v io I 4- Ir77AaW7 t +1 4 3I rrE rKO aII i t For the remainder of this month August we offer any of our Mens HighGrade Shoes at 25 PER CENT DIS COUNT Such wellknown makes as Florsheim 5 and 6 Shoes Burt Packard 4 R J R 3 to 4 Take 25 PER CENT OFF and you have the price This is a great opportunity to save money The combining of our Corbin and Stanford stocks gives us too many shoes We have Patents Gun Metals Tans Vicis and Velour Come while we have your size There is nothing better made at any price than Florsheims Shoes Anticipate your Q Fall needsJ I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1The Interior Journalc + STANFORD KY Aoo 21 1001 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar we will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only L cents straight Pennys Drug Store If PERSONALSIa MRS J M PHILLIPS attended thoI lirodheat fair C H RICE of Livingston wan IIMRSaturday AGNES HrRiUN attended the Brodhead fair Friday MRS J H HILTON and daughters at tended the Rrodhead fair MRS A E GIBBONS of Danville wai the guest of Mm W T Smith l MRS W B PENNY of Danville was r the guest of VM Mario Mahony Miss IUCILE CoorRR and Clarence I Cooper are with Nashville relatives MRS FELIX WHITE Is spending the week with her mother near Hubble W C HOLMAN of Mobile Ala III with his brother Mr J E Holman I Miss CARRIE BELLE ROMANS of Lan caster was with Miss Annell Carson I MR S D DARTLEY and wife pent several days at Crab Orchard Springs MR J M HUBBLE of Eubanks was with his daughter Mrs Garland Single tonMISS MARY OAILKY of Crab Orchard Y has been the guest of Miss Sophie Saun dorei J C DAILEY and wife of Cral Orchard attended the burial of Dr L B Cook f Miss JOAN MOUNT of Lancaster wee the guest of Miss Annie D Me Roberts MRS VIRGIL FLOYD of Muncie Ind t wts the guest of her sister Mrs Gar land Singleton MRS T J CiiniSTEiisoN and son i David of Lexington aro with Mini Pattio Stephens I MRS II D AumiDGB won the prom turn for tho prettiest flowers at the Barbourvllle fair I PROF T E CLELAND of Louisville was here long enough Saturday to sub scribe for tho I J Miss MATTIB SACRAY returned U Danville Saturday Miss Loraine Campbell t accompanied her Miss RUTH DURHAM of Omaha Neb is with her brother Mr T J Durham in the East End Miss GRACE YOUNO of Highland the gut of her cousin Miss Ivo Ircnt Cook Somerset Republican MISSES BESSIE PICKETT of Shelby f and Katherine Bonnie of Chattanooga are with Mrs Will Severance MISS HATTIE MAY FORD of Loxlng ii the guest of Miss Mary Allot 1ton and sisters at Huatonvlllo MARY MODLEY of Stanford ii the guest of her cousin Miss NannU I UHcrrIng Lancaster Record Roy S M Logan of Wiltnore is as misting Rev W II Hopper of Burn side In a meeting at Pisgah church below Somerset Miss MARGARET HOPPER is with her brother Rey W H Hopper at Burn side and Ie attending the meeting ho it holding at Pisgah MRS J MEBRITT MILTON of Louis vllle who has been tho guest of Mrs J W Ireland returned to her home in Louisville Saturday i Miss ANNA M PEYTON Is preparing to open a kindergarten in thfs city the fleet Monday in September Middles boro Cor Plneville Sun MISS ROBWTA OBANNON of place won thered tie in the ring the best lady rider at the Brodhead fair Friday There were seven entries REV HOMER W CARPENTER who marrledlMiwiTevlB Carpenter of this place ba accepted a call to the pastorate of the Shelbyvllle Christian church Miss NELLB LAGRANGE of Franklin Ind Is the guest of Miss Maudo Cuter They both will teach in tho Mor ganton N C School for the Deaf this 1year and will go thither next week BOOTH of Chattanooga who has been quite sick at his homo with bronchitis is spending a few weeks with Mrs Mary Johnson and Miss Ellen Montgomery In the Bowen section i JAMBS I WHITE was up from Stan fore Mr and Mrs M C Williams of Somerset spent tho week with homofolka here Mrs W M Poynter visited her daughter Mrs R E Thompson at Crab Orchard Miss Ida Adams was In Louisville Monday j for thetiraded School at Olia80 the is to be the pdOjCipalilt Verooo Signal J tY k MRS JOHN F CASH continues criti lIy ill- MRS J C STANIEY of tho Goshen section Is very low Miss KATIE HOLTZCLAW who is with her sister Mrs D bh Anderson is very III Mn HOWARD HENLEY and bride of Norman Okla are visiting her rela tives the Kings in tho East End MR J H BAUGHMAN left Sunday night for the West In of mule mares He will be gone several days Miss VERNA SINK of Lexington and Nina Critcs of Wilmington 0 were guests of Misses Roberta and Katie Eads LOCALS HEMP knives at W II Hlggina FOR SA spendid building lot on Logan Avenue next to Mr D M An dersons Mrs Nancy Logan LARGE TOMATOMrR DlackaI byof the Jumbo section sent us a tomato weighing one and one half pounds for which we are thankful THE L willrun a special ex cursion to tho London fair on Aug 25 and 26 at 185 roundtrip Train leaves Stanford depot at 740 A M file young people theChristian Endeavor will serve Ices in tho Chris tian church yard beginin at 4 ocloc Saturday afternoon next Help them with your presence and means TUB roof of Mrs Mottle Ncvius home on Lancaster strict caught fire about noon Saturday but the small blaze was extinguished without dam age The fire laddies responded promptly AT the Brodhead fair Thursday Mr and Mrs Ivon Fish of Crab Orchard won tho blue tie in the ring for the prettiest girl baby under three years and also won in the ring for the hand somest boy baby under one year SPEAKING nJDClark of Foyotte will speak at the court houao here on next county court day Sept 13th Ills subject wilkbe The Pooling of Tobacco Other speakers will be present and make brief remarks MR SAM ROBINSON tho gents furnisher has bought of Mr S H Aldrldge for 1800 tho house ho oc copies on Portman avenue Mr AI drldgo was over from Garrard Satur day afternoon to make the transfer sDu D E PIIo ofLouisville 0ha completed his plans for a residence on the property ho purchased from Dr G G Perry and will begin work at onco The doctor intends to make Stanford his future home and will practice his chosen professionmedicineF- ATALLYCUTBoguMa Phillips a far mer of Wildle aged 45 years died at Brodhead from knife wounds received at tho hands of unknown persons Ho was found in tho front yard of 0 W Turpin in an unconscious condition Turpin and Henry Roberts were arrested and taken to Mt Vernon where they gave bond for their appearance yesterday YBS If youll bo good Will the INTERIOR JOURNAL please pardon us for giving the information that Fontaine Fox Babbitt is a product of PulaskI he having been born and reared to man hood here his father Jack Bobbltt for many years residing at the site of the old Dallas post office and there never was but one F F B anywhere at any time nor will there ever be another IrSomereet Republican THE Modern Woodmen of America met in regular session at tho K P Hall Friday night One application was favorably received making the mem bership now 20 Deputy EL Grubbs of Junction City was present This camp will meet again Sept 3 at the K P Hall and Deputy Grubbs will again be present Every Woodman is cordially requested to be present D M Walker consul J B Sartain clerk- I I AM mqoffice not for pleas ure but from necessity For sometime I have Buffered from a nervous stomach trouble and oy doctor prescribed abso luto quiet and diet and so I am at Dot tie Creek for a couple of weeks after which I hope to return home well and ready for work In my absence ay of fice is in charge of a competent clerk who will attend to all business promptly and properly 1 trust none of my i customers and friend will forgeme rot if ever I needed them c Gratefully RKB Mabony NOT a Negro lives in either Brodhc or Burnside m PURE cannel coal at J H Baughmn Cos Try a load TRY ourBrandcoffee Something new W H Higgins GET Olympian Springs water at Sh gate Tanner They are solo ngents for It I LEAVE your order for Swifts tJr Globe Fertilizers with E T Pence Stanford CITY TAXES Your I citytaxes for 1909 are due Please call and settl B D Carter collector TAXES tax tor1909 are now ready Como In and j4t your roo ceipt T J Hill sheriff HANDPAINTED Chinamakes hand some and approprlato wedding present See Mrs Catherine McClary EVENTUALLY you wilt use either Rex or Economy coal from Denhams yards Why not begin now and save the dif fcrence 7 JUDGE M C ueLEYwas invited to speak at the Jefferson Barbecue In Louisville next week but declined on account of business engagements MRS I W FISH Crab Orchard lost at the Brodhead fair a ladys gold watch with double case She will Itlve a liberal reward for its return to her at Crab Orchard F K TRIDDLE tmFly of this county but who has been doing a good coal business in Danvillo for several years last week bought the Smile property ho has occupied for some tlmi To MAMMOTH vEAulust 25th on regular train Last for the seasor 12 65 for a three days trip Include railroad fare board at hotel and the several routes through tho cave from all stations n the Cincinnati and Knox villq divisions Ten days limit on tick eta See L N agent COOK This community sustained a severe loss Friday night when the spirit of Dr Littleton Beard Cook took Its flight to the mansions above He was one of those splendid Christian gentle men who made the world better by ha1 ing lived in It No man in Llncol county stood higher and nono will be more sadly missed Some 10 weeks ago Dr Cook was taken ill with a complies tion of troubles and while he grew bettor at time his condition did not eul ficiently Improve to warrant the belie that he would get well and for the past few weeks it has seemed only a quo tion of a short time when the end would come Deceased was 53 years old and was born in Rujsoll county Ho late moved with his parents to Monticell and some 27 years ago located at Burr side for the practice of medicine at which he was at once successful Nine teen years ago he came to Stanford whero he enjoyed a large practice Just a quarter of a century ago Dr Cook married Miss Lena Owens of this county and to them were born three child renMrs John H Shanks Fred Cook aad Miss Mary Sheppard Cook The and the wife aro left to mourn the loss of the model husband and Godly fathe and for them unbounded sympathy Is felt Their loss is irreparable and many fervent prayers have ascended the throne in their behalf Deceased IS also survived by four brothers Drs A S and W H Cook of Monticello Mr Lee V Cook of Wayno and Judge Cook of Corydon Ind and one sister Mrs I C Ramsey of Monticello In his early youth Dr Cook Joined the Christian church and sinco he had beer i consistent consecrated Christian He was a regular attendant at the services of his church and took part when ht elt itthe laymans duty Truly a good- man has gone to his reward and his plendid life is full worthy of emulation An immense throng gathered at bin- ate home Sunday afternoon and heard itttng words spoken by Revs D M Walker of this place and J W Ha gin of Covington and later followed ho remains to their last resting place In Buffalo cemetery It was indeed a sad occasion and many an eye unused to weeping gave unmistakable evidence of deepest grief Now that his spirit has returned to tho God Who gave it may He Infills infinitn wisdom give BUC cor and comfort to the widow and lath rless the brothers and sister and the many others who loved Dr Coqk be use of his many virtues and magnifi cent citizenship v PURE seed Winter Turf oats for sale J M Reynolds Waynesburg Ky Tin big Laurel County Fair London Ky Aug 24 25 26 27 Hon W O Bradley U S Senator from Kentucky will deliver an address on tho fairgrounds on Wednesday 25th subjec The Mountains of Kentucky lIon Richmond I Hobson the hero of San ttago and now a Congressman from Alabama will deliver an address on the fair grounds on Thursday Aug 26 subject Kentucky and the Nation Special excursion train from Richmond via Lancaster and Stanford stopping at all stations returning the same day on Wednesday and Thursday Aug 25 and 26 Trains stop right at entrant to lair grounds r REPUDLICANS NOI1NATESome 300 republicans white and black met In Waltons Opera House Saturday afte noon and after making Hon P M McRoberts chairman and Mr Fred Carson secretary made the following nominations for county offices For sheriff Sam J Dell for school superb tendent Caleb Newell for circuit clerk Beans Collier for Jailer Thomas N Butt for county attorney George D Florence At this juncture a motion carried that other nominations be reo ferred to the executive committee and the cut and dried convention came to an end All of the gentlemen who received nominations made speeches telling how they are going to snatch Lincoln county from democratic ruin except Mr Butt who probably does not take as optimistic a view of the situ tion as some of the younger ones He didnt have a word to say The race between Mr Butt and Mr Ike Terry was very close and many thought Mr Terry won It In fact Mr Henry Bright Ferrill who takes a big hand in republican politics and who is usually onto the game had to ascertain from tho chair which of the gentlemen woud carry the Jail keys for the next four years Rev K D Noaks who is the only republican holding office In thla county took a prominent part in the proceedings and made several nom I hating speeches We predict that the executive committee will make no more nominations and that the gentlemen above are the ones the democrats will snow under in November Tho ticket is about as good as one as our radical friends could have named considering the limited number of eligibles they had to select from One of tho candi dates who came to the convention wit the hope of laiiJiiiK a iioinmuliun take us to withhold his name as ho didnt want the outside world to know how badly he bad been treated Anothe with a big relationship left with fire In his eye declaring he had been robber All is not as lovely in the republica camp as the leaders of that part would have you believe but this shout not lesson democratic activity nor mak anyone believe that there is not a rac ahead The Crime or Idleness Idleness means trouble for anyone Its thasamo with a lazy liver H causes constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon basis liver troubles and build up you health 25o at Pennys Drug Store JJ BELDEN CO House and carriage painting and hardwood finishing paper hanging depot lubber J3DaLDENQtoetanrorciKy NOTICE I Notice In hereby given that at tho Rep ember 1IOD meeting ol the Hoard ot 1rli on Commissioner will ask them to Bran me am now confined In the state penitentiary at Frankfort under the uilgment circuit court for hooting Den Kerrlll My sentence which ins given Juno 1U09 being far 18 months BAIL ItoTht WELL TOP THAT HEADACHE having your eyes properly fitted wltb- hlltbKrndelenln F Hill Lust Main your needs anti- uaranteesntlstactione Ho alto carries tr itock Edison phonographs and the latest ecords which you can for comb or on nonthly Installments Call and let us talk the matter over KYKBTKBTKU KUEK FARMS FOR SALE I I wish to sell privately my farm of 13 acres at Jumbo Llnuoln County Ky tour mllei omMcKlnney Has on it good 10room welling good cellar house nne water etc Land U In high state otcul ration Also have tour other small farms tor side All well Improved Terms laths tetoryD O BIPPLIC Stanford Ks R F D No 9 1 toDRrJ I r i4 II J a I L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 MertuI i 25 Per cent AVe have a1 few Skirts left in Voiles Panamas c nil colors 25 PER CENT OFF FOR CASH We also have a few Linen trash Suits left Regular prices from 88 to 81250 Price now from 85 to 88 This Is this eeasouagoods Latest styles and best patterns Our lots is your gain Dont forget the tremendous CUT we are making on all Ox iiwfords You may also take any price of Dress Goods in our housc nt 25 PER CENT OFFIBig CUT on allother lines Come to see us f 1 5 1 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY ii I Oliver PlOWS Disc Harrows and the Supe rior Grain Drill are three im portant articles necessary in raising your wheat crop We have them all ready for you f You will make no mistake in buying this line Call on us when we can serve you W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by E T PENCe STANFORD KY 1798 Trafijijlvapia lfoiverih 1909 I Continuing Kentucky Universityvf The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College foe Womeu and tho College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipmentI Tv A faculty of 50 chosen from the b universities of America and Europe Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of A M B S A lie and IJL B New Science Building recently erected at a cost of 800000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scl lnrly ideals reasonabfo ex penses The session begins Sept 13 1009 Write for catalogue today v RICHARD HENRY CROSSFffiLD A M Ph D Prcs I LEXINGTON KEPfTUCKY 1 a 1The Interior Journal nierednOie Post Ofce at Stanford ag wrcWlmatkr L N TIME THBLN- otlHouthniM PrNo at south 1108 A x No J4 North 440 A K- NonNortbGfI P x No 171047 A X Xo2Sz IO P x Jose S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McROberts Drug Store in the Owslej Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 ncres of Rood blue gran land lylne one mile North of McKlnneyoi the Stanford pike Improvement and fencing good pI my of water fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile Fast of McKinner half under fence plonty of water and good tobacco land Hee grow JIg crop JA GIVEN8 Agen- tMcKlnneyK7 When Ordering Clothes Have yoar measure taken a tailor of ex pricenbnitnesenult ort6eilnesthevenlnw- clothes will have thnt Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alia take your topcoat ure for extra trouiers fancy vests and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready your Inspection 110 RUPLE TailorBtanford CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE lean furnish the public with the best os well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with above I have oil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable Pf CM- olIRIBTMANUnKEN HOUSES ED JlUlinAKD IBOR Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tebacct Pains Nothing out Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Ofllce PS Insure with mo and be fully protected tWtW YOUR ODl HIDE5AHD FURS GiasesgGoldena are Dealers and can do bdlerforyout- han agents or eommiu oQ Reference any Bank in Louisville Write for weekly pike list and ship pljJtaas We umiih wool bags free W SABEL do SONS EuHDNI229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE K- YINSURANCE ABMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis count JLBeazleyCo no Undertakers and Embalm erg Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingslRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InlHarness Saddlery ITANFORDtl KY 5 Puon leer HomeJPhone a r 3 f 1T r rK 4 NYLYIWYIkMLi + I MAq J FARHIRS DEPARTMENT The cotton crop la Buffering for want of rain Jr S Hooker bought of Green Good 18 yearlings at 813 FOR SALE200 good stock ewes A W Carpenter Moreland Let J S Murphy the McKinne miller do your custom grinding J C Hays sold to Rome Rubles at Lancaster yesterday a bunch of stee at4cJ S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load of salt William Royston sold at Lancaste yesterday a pair of twoyear old route for 280 Take your wheat and corn to J Murphy the McKinney miller Highest market prices S J Bell sold to L P Nunnelley Jersey cow for 50 He also sold to J B Foster a twoyearold heifer for 45 William Fields Son bought at Lan caster yesterday a bunch of cows at 3c some steers at Sic and a lot of Iambs at 3Jc J B Wade defeated a pair of 800 horses with his team of big mares at the Brodhead fair He got first mone in two rings with themIFOR SALE timothy hay in stack will have baled at soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky R F D No1 CapLT J Clay of Lexington sold a yearling filly by imported Adam out of Elian Gowan to Andrew Miller of New York City for 5000 A pale red cow fat and weighing about 800 pounds left my place Friday night 13th She has crumpled horns and is getting along in years Notlfiy T J Gross Crab Orchard CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 2J miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle tit 75c per bead per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 J D Eads Son did well with Black Joe at tho Brodhead fair They won two blues and a red with him Alfred Eads will have him at the London fair this week and at Somerset next week J I Hamilton bought Robert Smiths farm of 100 acres near Marksbury at S70 traded it to Wm Blanks on the Danville pike for his 45acre farm then sold the 45 acre farm to Jord House at 100 Lancaster Record- J H Baughman showed his mules in nine rings at the Richmond fair last week and won 13 ribbonstwo blues right reds two yellows and one white Ee won the second third and fourth premium in the 100 stake The tobacco department of the Amer- Ican Society of Equity met at Bowling Green and adopted a pledge for the pooling of tobacco by members who live In the Burley district The price limit was fixed at 15 cents a pound- R L Burtons Pharoah Lancasters pride has shown in eight roadster rings this year and won six blues and one red tie Ho won in the harness ring at Richmond defeating Clarence Kerrs sorrel gelding and nine other Rood once In 15 years we have imported 25 000000 bushels of potatoes or all told about one twelfth of n single years crop in this country The value of the imports has been 12000000 for the 15 years the duties paid have been 6000000LANCASTER COURT Thero were about 160 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday and some demand for them Some extra good yearlings brought 41c Heifers went at 3 to 3Jc and butcher stuff at 2 to 2Jc The horse market was blow Barns Woods won the following awards at the Richmond fair 1st on mule colt either sex This was a 100 stake lot on mule either sex 2 years old and under 3 1st on mule either sex 3 years and under 4 1st and 2nd on mule 4 years and over 1st on best pair of mules 1st on best mare and colt 1st on beat horse mule under 1 year let on mule any age winning the last named stake with a twoyearold over a large fieldWashingtons Spots lie in the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac the breeding ground of malaria germs These germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness aundice lassitude weakness and general deJ tility and bring suffering or deilthtoI thousands yearly But Electric Bit ters never fall to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They are the best allround tonlo and cure for ma larIa 1 over used writes R M James of Louollen S O They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them BOc Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store To The Voters of Crab Orchard Mag isterial District Mr J W Moore having withdrawn and being solicited by many taxpayers and voters of this magisterial district I have against inclination decided to become a candidate for Justice of the peace subject to the action of the democratic party If the people want me 1 will servo I shall not make canvass for the office as the emoluments do mybeetOrs and the countyR H BRO MIIOU Montereylexicon I I Y i4 LtLM Cured Hay Fever and SumMer CpkT A S Nusbaum Batcsvllle Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that It Interfered with m1 business I had many of the symi preyscription did not my cage an I took several medicines which seemed Irsinsisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success II Sold by New Stanford Drug Co IHenrvTaylor farmer Negro eon vict charged with killing a white we iman and her baby after assaulting the mother was hanged by a mob in Wil GeorgiaaPains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Jlnk Pain Tablets See full formula on 2Sc box Sold by Pennys Drug Store FOR SALE I OrocOrlesyIng fair business Liberal term OIlHARItISCrabOrchardICY NOTICEI Those claims against the estate of- themMrs MlnervaCobb will pleaso present properly proven tomebyAug 2V19U4 RICHARD Ootui KxH r Danville Ky BaD CARTER New Liver DepotStreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Farm for Rentfor 1910 Farm contains 130 acres Drlck house of- T rooms barns cribs and all outbuildings and tine IfJ acres of bottom land W acres upland balance In grass and Umber Heed Ink rights this Hall Would like to rent before Kept 15 Call on Mns HAIMR J PRXJ IJ GTOX It K V No 1 Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveyln and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write me at JtcKlnney or call me over the telephone through the 1Iustonvllle Exchange WALfKH MCKINNKY The McKlnney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation and Is ready to serve the public In making Jeans Llnsuyi Ulankets Flannels Yarnlao Will either work wool or exchange goods for It High est market price for woo CII WRiailT Pr- orCONCRETING We are In osltlotlto do all kinds of con creting such as Illock Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee tlrltclasa- ork and material Call and get our prices before you buy your material at lent PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE 1 A tlno blue grass farm for gait situated on iko near Point Lenvull end six miles south of Lancaster aw acre well located In good neighborhood being part of thy John Walker truct with a tome now two story soveuroom residence thereon with nil necessary outbuildings and good new tarn 40iCO Avell never falling springs and creek running through TKKMS S cash In hand bnlance ono nnd two years frouldayof sale bearing six percent Interest until paid Persons looking for such place please write or seo W O WALKEK Htan- fordREWARD Having suffered conslderublo annoyance and damage from outlaws in breaking gate niches and tearing down nnd destroying my gates on the county road that runs through my farm I have concluded to offer a reward for Information lending to the conviction or such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of t0 nation leadlnit o the arrest nnd conviction- of any party or parties thitt hata broken the patches on any of my gnlesor that tiara sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the lustonvlllo turnpike to the Jllllud evllle turnpike throughmy fanut nnd I will Rive the same amount for Information leading to the arrest nUll conviction of any party ur parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August ISKW V TJHIMHII POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law Miss Mattlo Rowe Ilelchehbncb Ilroi Fred Itnumann A T Traylor Mlburn Ooocb NlI Ilummer Will Jester It O Nunuelloy J W Hanghmnn JW IVok J K llruce David Staten JohnCamenlsch WmOordler Dan M V Kluiore aotllbOllok Fred Hnndorf J J Thompson n M Anderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jas H Ends A Kltiiiia Mrs NJ Morton JJKIllott Mrs Geo W it Daughbrty Kranlc Curler Rev Father Leo PerryHItBaughman iL W Uriah Albright A n Hoot Mrs Uooch Jacob Sander OeoOOlvenl W II Traylor Ham Roberta John later KT Amend Schaefer HofmannA OwdeyHJ O Hundley 11 HOrowy Mrs Nannlq B Oood O Ki McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Koneoker VonOruenlgaQTL OarpenterWJokn H Lee D 8 vluri Ohrlstlan Jacob I I r 1 tAIawt HFr Vr J 1t r 4 otIat i f- ib1 ff i1ieving that the people of Kentucky a will interested in the organization of the S+ 1tti Citizens I r National i fItM e LifetInsu- rance I a i Company r1I Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such acompany by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are c- J e the amounts subscriptions for each week First Week August 2nd t 10696000 Total Second Week August 9th 20024000tTotal Third Week August 16t- h345OOOOO I Total Fourth Week August 23rd S46946OOO I MASONS MEET FaALwillmeetI- nLincoln Lodge KoW stated communication on each lint and third Monday nights ofeach month ol 7JJ oclock In their hall on main streeot Stan ford Ky Member f sister lodjcesnro fra ternally Invited to lw present Pen ntngton see FineBliietosfaii Reasonable Prices We have for gala a great many desirable farms located in Marion ant adjoining counties In sizes tliesi farms tango from the very small funs to the very large one Prices very reasonable Theo lands are adapted to the cul tivatinn of nIl the croP roisal in ollr- or of the Blue Grass region We have n fine hurley tobacco FCC tion If you are interested write or call on U- 8Central Ky Real Estate Co Lebanon Hy PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell to the highest and b kt bidder ut my fitrm one title Houth of Jlryuntsylllo Ky- onThorsdayAug609 Promptly at 10 A x the following personal propertyI Sixty Horses Mules and Shetland Ponies 30 Jersey Cows and Calves 72 Southdown Sheep One 3yoaroM stallion by Oratorio dam nllle linker 2iii one stallion by Hcarchllght dam by Ashland lime brood mares with cults one extra dI- lIddloJllare 5 yenr old colts by Jim Clark one yearling race colt two yearling colts by Jim Ulark one pair fuur yeer old mare nules one threeyearold borso mule SHETLAND PONIES One 4yenroIil stallion M brood mares which tire native ponies I a Imported mures etttstcred 10 yearling colts n suckling coin t COWS AND CALVES One registered Jersey bulla years old 1- 0Jersey cows with calve S yearling Jersey tellers C yearling steers SHEEP 50 purebred Houthdown ewes most of theta buck that took the prem lull at the Lexington fnlrll1 Houthdown backs yearlings tq 4 16 shouts TACKS AND JENNETS OneSyarold Jack and two Jennet with colts blllde IOne Kaufman runabout liuggy 1 buggy iale1 doublo set of harness bridles and saddles lot of hay 1 tobacco setter never been nsed l Mosler safe combination tuck In perfect order farming Implements con laving wheat drill corn planter mower roller binder cultivator rake wagon cuttingPlows lice 1alncu with 10 warms of bee lard furnace 45 gallon CB other things too numerous to mention Household and kitchen furniture including a tine lUdtunl Home Heater re frlgerntor loUd onlt olnce delt 1 lolld oak bookcase 1 roso wood book case lot of fashioned furniture nnd numerous other thing that you will want Pedigree will be furnished of the pedigreed stookTERMSmade knpwn on day pfsaja DVNNOoIL t M a SHOWS OF a i Q9 I 6 BIG N rts 3OOOO9 PREMIUMSr INL HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME Mm3fitfS DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS 4 ON JUE PASS 25 a- 1a I Here the finest live clock sad the best rlMII product are imaMed frttai mtttt Irlead aHm emeat Is combined with lnlormstl Show ralaor shine day and sight la the and most Ksgalllcent Livo Stock ruwa to the worldMlUioaquarter ci a Will Be tiers COME LOW RAILROADKATESOFIN- FORHATIONCATALOCURLNTA7aLANKeADDfL35 t J W NEWMAN 5ecretaryprrso yR 320 Paul Jane Bide Louisville K7II Cfte Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4pOOOOO Resources 340 OOOOOj 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER I J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTERASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER t t HtfYS POSTER CLERK- OIREOTORBs J Do Ovaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gel W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Rankin Lancaster J H Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilt erts Cretk Hi B NORTHGOTt r tj Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and CoaljBranch Stanford Ky- Thurman i 1 Tudor Mgr s I I Y 1 1 H B NOStHCiGfrr t sanford del k t- a I 4