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J THE INTERIOP jOURNAIx I VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 27 1909 NO 52 The Progress and Safety of the Na tionAn Educated Citizenship Be ashamed to dio until you have won some victory for humanity t Mann The field where tho foregoing Bent ment may find Its fullest fruition Is In the schools of our land The parents can and aro hereby urged to aid In Btrengthenlng the hands of teachers stimulating educational Interest and arousing the community to u genuine and Intelligent pride In the work of I schools If each patron will ask the following question of self I o Am I doing what I can by word and act t promote tho cause of education by foe tering a better spirit toward leaders I I 4tho work by helping to train the yoplh to habits of obedience to delegated au thorities rather than be rebellious and 1 to help to educate the wholo child In preparing him not only to live but to enjoy life Let us first look at some ruIU of education Some ono will say I know a man without any education who has made a sucsess also a man with education who Is a dismal failure Wo will grant this but know that each illustration Is conspicuous for Ita rarity Let us look at striking example Take the number of prison Inmates and look at the overwhelmingly large percentage of illiterates In any prison and then bo bold enough to assert that education docs not make a better citizen Craft and avarice gold and Iron can I pot rear a State but when the State I house is the hearthstone the safety of j our nation is about to como and is as i sured Help the State to progress by Inculcating dcsires for learning and In t spiring respect for teachers so that the teacher may do hit best work and by creating high aspirations Wo should 1notonly have high aspirations but ate o the courage to try to realiz- them for as Emerson says j which befits us embosomed in beauty and wonder as we are is chcerfulnws and courage and the endeavor to realI izo our aspirations It would appear to a close observer that most of us aro too indulgent to ourselves and our chlhtI ran 1cstalozil tho great educational t reformer said I flea Indulgence de spoiling tho highest moral spiritual and civil interests and sapping the life blood of our race When this Indulgence becomes so pa tent that parenta and citizens permit tho youth of our land to bo deprived ofI I that one good gift to all whether rich or poor another reformation is due Shall we suffer a whim of tho child o n criticism against some ono to abu tho child from an education 7 Shall tiomclles pleasures feigned dislike of confinement criticisms or any other creature separate the child from that possession tho accretion of which pro pares and produces a well rounded mae n or woman fit for all tho duties of T The president emerdus of Harvard Unl yersity said in a recent lecture The American public has more faith in ed uatlon as a means to tho wholesa improvement of human conditions than in any other agency Let tho citizens of Lincoln county and every other coun ty show their belief In this proposition by entering heartily into tho support of every educational enterprise Will this not mako for the progress and safety of our nation t An educated citizenship prevents clvI ic strife Wars havo ceased with tho progress of education Since we kno that civic strife can turn the happiest hearth Into a grievous sore of self tormenting earth wo are moro anxious to increase educational pride and thus do away with civic strifes May tho I beams of mercy shine on every son and daughter of our old Commonwealth andI community until all shall hall the edu e catlonal mlllenlum We may all get joy from our urII roundlngs if wo but make tho best of them Do not think that other towns aro all better that better conditions obtain elsewhere and that far away f schools are the best UFor things far oil wo toll while many a good Not sought because too near Is never gained- Cadso a plcntitudo of good feeling to permeate the place In which you live give the best thats in you and tho best will como back to you Do as slow to criticize a fault as to praise a virtue not only In educational affairs but civic affairs Lot each so live act ucate that the thoughts of our past years will breed in us perpetual bene I dictions We do not claim that Stan- fordt High School is the best in tho State but wo do claim for it a superi ority over many of its kind and theE citizens havo made it possible by their sincerelyhopoLet no sons of Zermlab or Ish spirits attempt to destroy the eft tfact of earnest workers for educational progress In your estimates of work done by a teacher or any worker for public good do not find fault until youi have first found out something to find I r f fault with In the words of a prom nent writer anybody can find who has a small soul a feeble wit an a bitter tongue To judge truly on must have a large soul a trained mind dispositionItraits we hope will be tho character s tics of pupil and patron teacher and trustee not only in District No 1 but In every district in Lincoln county The Stanford Graded and High School will open for work Monday Sept Gth and we have better facilities than ever before There is a teacher for ever grade There are three university grad- o uates and others very capable A hgh school teacher of five years exporienc- n has been engaged The county hfg school Is coexistent with ours This moans that all the pupils in the county prepared for high school work wit proper credentials are entitled to free tuition About 16 names are already assured and others will follow Vocal music and elocution will be taught as they were last year Art will be mado a special feature with Mrs Catherine McClary a lady of special talent and thorough preparation as teacher The use of color as a means of expression has come to bo regarded by educators e as an Important factor In the develop ment of the childs mental powers This is not a mere fad or frill but Is a typeBetteras the child Is skilled in art It is useful as well as prnamental and all who can possibly do so should take up work in art Parents and citizens are requested to visit the school at any time It is the school of the people by th people for tho people J W IRELAND Supt HIGHLAND dryingt0 G Speaks has brought in his thresher and is now putting up a new barn for himself H Frank Horton and J Wash Cook have both had quite a job cleaning out and rewalllng their wells which cav d in during tho rains through the Spring Dave Young who has been living near Nicholasvillo the past two or three years has moved back to his mothers pUce here Master Ilaugh who went to Oklahoma in the early Springs back in his old Kentucky home Misses Em and Martha Meier visited their brother Jake at Somerset Mr and Mrs Cyrus Cover Turnersvillc Sundaytsting at Mr J M Melees Miss Lula Newell of Science Hill spent several days with her cousin Miss Myrtle Derry Master Clarence Young of Nelson has been visiting his grandfather J S Young Mrs M 0 Bryant and daughter of Uurnside have been the guests of her mother Mrs Margaret Young Mrs Ora Foster and huitand of Lin nio gave us a call while en routo to Stanford Quito a number flf our people took in the convention at Stanford Saturday whilo a number of others attended tho sale of Mrs Mattio James Resolutions of Respect I KINGS MOUNTAIN TENT No Ill K 0 T M Aug 24 Whereas it has pleased our Almighty God in Ills divine wisdom to remove from our midst our be loved brother Sir Night James A En resolvedtKnight James A Engleman this tent has lost a true and faithful member and the community a good citizen 1 2nd That tho sympathy and condo Junco of this tent ban extended to the members of the bereaved family and friends and that tho charter of our tent be draped and tho usual badge of mourning be worn for 30 days 3rd That a copy of these resolution be spread on the minute book of our tent also a copy of these resolutions bo presented to the family of the deceased and a copy sent to the INTERIOR JOURNAL and Advocate for publication S B Chevolelto W F Lane Wm M Meeks committee Health Coffee isiTcioverest imitation of real coITco ever vet made Dr Shoop created it from pure parch od grains malt nuts etc Flue in flavor Is mado in just ono minute boilingIGov J C S Blackburna nephew confirmed the report that the former Senator from Kentucky had resigned as Governor of the Panama Canal Zone that he would return to Kentucky and live on his farm in Woodford coun ty It For indigestion and alstomachItake Foleya Laxative It stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and will positively cure habitual constipation Sold by New Stanford Drug CoTHarrts bull Vvoted wet BRODHEADIt Eliehu ir week The new chairs at the Baptist church have been put up and the benches re movedA Albright had charge of t singing for the Tatos creek association which was held at Crab Orchard this weekMiss Lillie Scott a 10 year old daugh ter of William Scott of the Quell sec wyae Hiram Tanner an unmarried man of deahd s sawing He was buried in the Sayera burying ground Tuesday 1Davo Roberts employed with tho gang while coming in from work a few nights ago fell from his hand car and was very painfully hurt Some ugly gashes were cut about his face Manager Owens of the Hansfo Telephone Co informs us that the wires of the East Tenncntee or Bell Telephone Co now run into his com panys switch ward and subscribers with his company who wish to use the East Tennessee Cos lines for long die Lance purposes can do so at their homes instead of having to go to Robins drug store where the Bell Telephone Coa toll station has been since the wires were strung through this town For a while last Tuesday it looked like Brodhead was the county seat and circuit court was in session Atty S were0 trying several cases the first of which was an Inquest or preliminary bearing in the murder of Bogue Phillips which occurred one night during fair last week Tho jury returned a verdict that Bogue Phillips came to his death at the hands of O W Turpin and Henry Roberts they using as weapons a knife or other sharp instrument and a club or blunt Instrument of some kind The Brodhenil fair is a thing of the past The association claims to have had a butter meeting this year than at any previous time The attendance was larger and an increase in gate re ceipts Most everybody seems well satisfiedand aro looking forward to another year There were Iota of vis- Itors with us but too many to enumer ate however must of them have now returned to their homes Op tho first day of tho fair a horse jumped out of ring over fence knocking Burton Owens Undo Dock down breaking collar bone and bruising him up consid erably He is getting along nicely now On tho second day of the fair the Ocean Wave which was a no account affair any way collapsed hurt ing several who were riding upon it InI r of Mrs Mollie Miller of Mt Vernon On the night of the second day Bogue Phillips was cut to death by one sup dayI0 running in tho plug taco fell throwing his owner headlong to tho ground hurt- Ing him very much Outside of these accidents and more drinking than was ever known hero the fair was an enjoy able event OTTENHEIM Col Kidd killed a large hoot owl that measured 41 feet from tip to tip A German by the name of Spltzler bought a work horse of Mrs Jane Cole man for 40- Tobacco cutting Is in full blast and the majority of the farmers are well satisfied with tho yield Walter James who is a news boy with headquarters at Richmond spent lust week with the homefolks Wm Lawrence of Harrodsburg who is a brotherinJaw of Wt T white of this place was visiting here last weekA J Manuel of Garrard is with relatives in this section He reports corn and tobacco above the average in that section There is a big show billed for our town Saturday which means that theI knob capital is rapidly improving The prospect for n large crowd is good as our believe in patronizing home industry Let give Usa good crowd and see if we are not telling the truth All persons are recommended to take Foleys Kidney Remedy for backache rheumatism and Kidney and bladder troublo It will quickly correct urinary irregularities which if neglected may develop Into a serious Illness It will restore health and strength Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Charles Robinson bought the Harrods opera house for 8000 It cost 19000 The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Preventlcs will In a few hours check all Colds or LaOrlppe them 48250 Sold4 by PeunyB Drug Storey J NEWS NOTES George A Park aged 69 Is dead at Irvine Democrats of Owensboro nominated Dr S Lambert for Mayor J B Robinson the engineer was PennsylvaniaheTwo women were killed and five oth er persons were injured when an auto mobile was run down by a train at a Big Four crossing in Kankakee J T Myrick a farmcrand mill man instantlykilledhis homo to his mill near Sayre Ala A guest at the Stag Hotel in Louis tflie registering as Frank Pinner of Aehville N C was found dead in poisoningLplans to issuq 50000000 Christmas stamps this year The society received over 133000 from the sales last Christmas yearsIWilliams was seriously injured by a Southern railway passenger train east of Knoxville Judge Burdette In the circuit court at Charleston W Va issued an in junction restraining the State and coun ty officials from enforcing the twocent fare law against the Norfolk and West ern railroad The court holds the law Is unconstitutional and is confiscatory- on its face- Believing that an officer in uniform is handicapped in the effort to suppress violation of the prohibition law in Nashville Mayor James S Brown has instructed Chief of Police Henry Cur ran to order all patrolmen to lay aside uniforms until further notice and re port in plain clothes In order that sheep may be for exhibition at the Stato Fair and afterward be shipped out of the State the Department of Agriculture has made the necessary modifications of tho Federal quarantine regulations relating to sheep scab in Kentucky The tern porary unloading of sheep within the State when desirable also will be per milted The officials of tho Indianapolis speedway where five persons were killed during the auto races last week have made important changes in con test rules The most important one is that no driver in a longdistance race can continue more than 100 milts on stretch and that the driver must sub mlt to u physical examination before reentering the raco Reduced Freight Rates to the Ken tucky State Fair The Kentucky State Fair Manage ment announces that it has secured n positive reduction in the switching charges Into the Kentucky State Fair grounds on all kinds of freight Includ- Ing live Stock from 7 per car in and 7 per car out to 3 per car in and 3 I per car out They believe that in a short time they will be able to induce this railroads to absorb all the switching charges and in fact havo the promise of some of the railroads to do so and aro anxious that all exhltitors know that they will not have to pay such a high rate even if they have to pay any thing as they paid last year No matter bow long you horn su fared Foloys Kidney Remedy will help you Mrs S L Bowen of Wayne W Va writes I was a suf tern 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 Ono dollar bottle and part of the second cured me entirely It will cure you Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Mrs Pearl Creamer has filed suit a ortnerAmerican Surety Company of New York who were his bondsmen for damages In the sum of 2000 for al leged Injuries to her husband caused by the defendant selling him liquor on which it is alleged he became intoxicated and staggered into a passing train being rendered a cripple for life r It Is the weak nerves that are cry Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the IIeartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test it and seo Sold by P Pennys DrugStoro Upon the request of the sheriff two companies of militia were sent from I preventfurther I and Pritchard factions The sheriff said that he was unable to cope with the situation 1 A tickling ordrycough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroformI nothing unsafe or harsh Pennys Drug Store t 0 o u a i The Best is None Too Good lor YOU 1taudIIART SCIIAFFXEK MARXS SUITS are made by the largest tai loring house in the United States They cut nothing but allwool goods and guarantee every garment hearing their lapel to be ALL WOOL TAILORMADE PERFECT IN FIT- PERMANENT IN COLORS FULL SATISFACTION EXAMINE OUR NEW FALL LINE 44444aCummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY CUT PRICES All Summer goods must be sold at Costr are overcrowded and must t make room for our Full etakof new fresh goods Note the prices Areas Suits were yelling at 822 50 now 814 48 Mens Suits were Selling at 818 00 now 12 9 Mens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now lUUS fxMens l Mens Suits were Selling at S 7 50 now 4 48 fIleas Low Shoes were Selling at 84 00 now 81u leas Low Shoes were Selling at 83 50 now 2 08 liens Low Shoes were Selling at S3 00 now 2 38 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 now 1 98V Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 83 50 now 82 38 v Ladies Tow Shoes were Selling at S3 00 now 2 19 V Ladies Low Shoes wore Selling at 82 50 now 1 98 LadiesLow Shoes were Soiling at 82 00 now Lathes Low Shoes were Selling at 81 50 flow110fg + tStraw Hats 81 50 Value now 8 A8he Straw Hats 82 00 Value now 1 38 Straw Hats 83 00 Value now 224 Straw Hats 83 50 Value now 2 98 1 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY COME TO RHEA SPRINGS THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH I Good for all Liver Kidney and Bowel complaints The C NO it T sell r0unil trip tickets on Friday and Saturday good for 10 days to Spring City ns followscLexington v 80 05 Nicholasville 5 90 High Bridge 5 40 Burginv 5 25 Danville 5 00 Junction City 4 90 Modern Hotel All conveniences ctor 1 Kings Mountain 84 30 Pulaski 3 95 Wayneshurg 4 25 Wilmoro 5 55 Science lull 3 CO Somerset 3 90 Hackmeets all trains Ask your RHEA SPRINGS HOTEL Co Rhea Springs Tenn f d t1 i 0 II Ip The Interior Journal Eo C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket r For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY LincolnlF Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mero r For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Llneolncounty For Itoprcsontntlvc W H SHANKS ForJOounty Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney WSBURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff w L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer x DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Huitonvlllo District JKHELMSR For Magistrate Waynesburg District IOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesbnrg District JOHN G BAUGH IT is always the poor mothers who suffer most Crazed over tha verdict of the court martial of the young cadets that her son killed himself Mrs Sutton says she will never let up till it is shown that ho was murdered by the crowd he was with and that If necessa ry to secure a fair trial she will appeal to Congress The verdict seems to be- a parody on justice and shows that mil itary courts are as bad as some of the civil tribunals for turning the guilty loose How much any one will think that Harry Thaw is deserving of every thing he has gotten and more the whole country regards withadmiration rAthe heroic fight his mother made to save his life and give him freedom There is no earthly friend like a moth er in her disinterested devotion The wife may desert the sister may grow callous but the mothers love is like wellspring of unceasing power I youths generally could realize what a mother really is they would strive to make her path easier and not as so manjj of them do bring her gray hairs in sorrow to the grave We can have but one mother Let those who still have them cherish and love them never forgetting that she is the dearest friend this side of heaven WE are monstrous glad to observe that Appellate Judge ORearhas recov stumpalong list of appointments but when the row broke out between the Equity and the Burley Societies it made him so sick that he canceled them all He did not want to be on the wrong side and thought it safer to get sick than go wrong The row has been adjusted and like the cat when thrown in the air the judge lands gracefully on his feet When a man gets the gubernatorial y bee to buzzing in his hat hes got to be awfully particular which aids be takes in controversies if any and the judge was wise in his day and genera tion by waiting till the clouds rolled by governortstill be a good judge and one of the shrewdest politicians in the State AFTER drinking some mineral water once a man remarked that it was to- odd technical for me II The game re mark is applicable to a recent decision of Judge Garrett of the Missouri Su preme Court who held that a criminal conviction should be set aside because the word the had been omitted before the words State of Missouri in the indictment Tbia seems to be the limit of technicalities by the aid of which so many criminals escape their deserts and which renders the adminis tration of the law a farce To a lay man it seems that when a man is shown to be absolutely guilty as charged no technicality should Intervene in his be half But guilt seems to cut no figure when the technicalities are not observe And thats why so many evil doers go unwhipped of justice and the law brought into odium AcASSmarkedFrothEggs ar rived in New York from the West the other day which on being opened contained 14 little chicks with others hatch fig If the eggs were rotfresb one tling can be said in tlielr favor they had not been in cold storage yll Tina republleanaand disgruntled dem ocrate at Lexington have called a mass convention for the 80th to nominate a ticket The disgruntled democrats are mainly those who withdrew from the primary because they saw that they were beaten and are acting more for spite than for the public good as it is said that none of them except Judge Parker will get on the ballot There are doubts whether Parker will permit his name to go under the log cabin af ter having held the office of circuit judge for 18 years on election by the democrats but those who claim to know him best say that his desire to retain his job is greater than his party fealty or honor If he should accept a repub lican nomination it will show that he was a democrat for office and revenue only and place him beneath decent con sideration We dont know the judge except by reputation but we hope for the sake of his own good name that he will neither solicit nor accept a republican nomination which so far as we can hear means his political damna lion PRESIDENT TAFT is not following- my policies as Roosevelt called em in oneparticular at least The rough rider could not have too great an army or too many war ships Mr Taft is not so warlike In fact he seems as mild a mannered man as ever cut a throat I or scuttled a ship preferring golf to fighting and taking things easy to the strenuous life All of which is intro ductory to the statement that he has just ordered a reduction of 8000 men in the army and stopped other leaks in the interest of economy THE census bureau reports that 56 per cent of the church members are women Looking In on a city church congregation one would think the proportion of women a great deal larger In fact if the church membership of men will represent the proportion of those who will enjoy the delights of the sweet byeandbye there will not be enough of them as Sam Jones used to say to furnish bass for the heavenly choir WELLMAN only got 32 miles on his balloon trip to the North pole before the air ship collapsed It was the third attempt but he will continue to try newapaIthe doubtful trip as a means of adver Using which is a very costly and apparently a far from lucrative one Lutes Bros Clear Their Skirts Will you be so kind as to give us space enough in your valued paper to defend the good name of our business which we have labored so hard and faithfully to gain that we may be able to retain the friendship and good will of those who have been so loyal to us 7 We noticed in your paper a piece Turnersvillefregarding the annoyance zens of our little village have had re cently claiming to be caused by the operation of a cream of hops stand supposed to be in the vicinity of Tur nersville We wish to say to our good friends and patrons that we are not the operators of such a Imslness Our bus iness is a general merchandising busi ness strictly and an uptodate store full of all the necessaries of life and Is kept at all times in order so that no lady or gentleman need fear to enter and rest assured that they will be treat ed in the most polite and genteel man ner in every respect We are very thankful to those who have so liberally shared their patronage with us and trust that they will contin ue to remember us and not be mislead by the false impression that we are engaged in some business not worthy of notice Respectfully LUTES BRO- STurnersvllle Ky IS KEIGHBORfflG COUNTIES Nicholas Bohn has been appointed postmaster at Silver Creek Mildred 15yearold daughter of Oden Parka is dead at Perryvllle Dr W W Franklin of Glasgow sold a harness horse to Lee Jewell for 1250Smith Cobb was killed in a sawmill near Nicholasvilie by being thrown across a saw which severed his spine Lee Hart oneof the proprietors of the Reed House in Lexington has secured a lease of ten years on the Rudd House in Owensboro Ho will take pos session on September 1 Dunn Adams sold to Dr W 6L Elliott the farm of James Martin In the Uarcellua neighborhood the considera tion being 20000 The place contains 213 acres and is located in Garrard county Seared With A Hot Iron ir scalded by overturned kettlecut with a knife brulfiod by slammed door Injured by gun or in anyothor way the thing needed at once is Bucklcns Arnica Save to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supreme maler infallible for Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25oat Pennys Drug Store lawspassedthe recent aboutIIwt i or t l Vl FayetieJtion of J H Hostetter asking that the city of Lexington be enjoined from adopting the proposed contract with tho water company known as the Laza rus contract The officials of the War Department have not yet acceded to Mrs Suttons request that the body of her son be exhumed In order that the nature of the wound which caused his daath may be determined The secretaries of the War end Navy Departments will bo asked to pass on the request Quiet has been restored at Mcadvllle Miss and the troops have been with drawn The two men arrested on the charge of attempting to assassinate Ernest Newman were dismissed the prosecutor being convinced that they were Innocent I G McKenzie an Indianapolis undertaker shot himself his establishment after having written 1a note designating in which of tho coffins he had In stock he should be buried- The Michigan Railroad Commission Issued an order prohibiting railroads from running any trains or with the cars ahead of the engine Hamburg Belle defeated Uhlan in a trotting race at Cleveland 0 winning the first heat in 2011 making a new record The mare sold for 50000 after the race- Paulhan broke the worlds record for duration of flight remaining in the air two hours 53 minutes and 24 seconds at Rheims France A heavy earthquake shock was felt throughout the province of Siena Ita ly JJ BELDEN CO Mouse and carriage painting groining and hardwood finishing paper hanging Rubber tiring a lpeelaltlHbop opposite dp J J Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware Doing n good busi ness Will invoice about 13600 lleason ill health OEO D HOPPEll Stanford Ky NOTICE I Notice of application for pardon of Goo Bengewho win convicted of forgery In the circuit court of Lincoln county tit the Mny term of said court Won will ask the governor for pardon of wild convict and nil who object will notify tho governor and state In writing any objection they may have against the same Application for this to be mnde Wednesday Kept I D Augls1fC19itleh 1lJ1 Harry Jacobs Denier In und Manufacturer of I I Marblo and Granite Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lnwn Vnsesand Kettces Office and works Me I KlnneyKy MILL FOR RENT 1 Owing to ill health and wonting to lie away from home some this summer I have decided to rent my up to date llx Silver Holler Mills driven by water and steam power loou location Mill In notclass conditionWlITItAYLOU It F D No 4 Htanfonl Ky Two Small Farms for Sale I Ono containing S3 acres good Groom dwelling good stock barn and outbuildings all under good fence nnd every Held well watered 1 acre In young orchard 3 years old lr acres In grass In good state of cultivation raised pounds tobacco and 13 bushels wheat per acre on It last year Price two Second tract of ray acres with Iroom tenant house Bt foot tobacco barn well wnterodau acres under now fence bal once In line timber 13 acre well cleared bins corn and tobacco land Price SKI Hit untod 8 mile Mouth of Htanford on Homer set pike Tract No 1 II on pike No J Is 1 mile from dke on county road Address or see me at Htanford Ky H0 11KHKY Farm for Sale On Danville A Jliutonvllle pIke of tut acres in Lincoln county Kyk mile from More land This form U well improved good well Rod cistern and abundance of stock water furnished from never failing springs Most of farm In grass I desire to tell farm In the next ao days together with the stock and crop the stock consisting of 21 high bred Jennets 8 Jacks all ages 10 brood mares 4 registered 1 registered stallion SB acres of corn16or2U stacks of hay form Implements of every description I will sail the whole or of tbestock and if I sell the farm without the stock I must tell not later than 00 days so as to give me time to make ft sale stock Also have 10odd mules from work mules down to cons You will have to see this farm to appre elate the location and the many advantages of this farm Any person from a distance desiring to see this can come to More land county Ky on the Queen A Orescent route this form being only about ys mile from station 3 B KINO Morelond Ky PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell to the highest and best bidder at my farm one halt mile North of McCreary on the Lane caster and lluokeye turnpike on- WKUNEHUAYHK1T22 lW11 at10 oclock A x the following personal property One 0 year old family horse I live year old saddle mare 1 good family mare I years old that has proven to be a good mule stare l nice wo eoroJd harness yearlinghorsestwo to three lonriolda good ygnrlingjacks bylleflhlllyear old Jennet In 3 two year nets 8 Jersey cows and COWfI1 dry cowl I good short yearling Jersey bull lu barrels of sew corn olio household and kitchen furniture nnd orm isq Implements sums of 10 dollars or under cub all sums over 10 dollars the punches onto give note with good securltymid note to be due January 1st 1910 to bear in crest at the ride of six per cent per annum negotiableTrust Co of Lancaster Ky J V lULL roaK1g eI1 IimenDRIPPING SPRINGS- P O Crab Orchard Ky SpearsFisher Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 87 acre In Lincoln county seven tulles from rjMMIUIU and two tulle IIUUI lUJTWlAMJ Ill oahlborboodveryproductlveILfatrnsin vation al under good fence Comfortable house of six room new barn and all other outbuildings Abundance of Unu water andfruit of oil kinds J T UVIN08TON It F II No1 Stanford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION C B PRUITT VtorGland Kentucky KorOOdays In order to clean up ort Mat tings Druggets Carpets HUM Eta Will give 10 per cent reduction Have some rare bargainsinof framed pictures Now is your time to buy a Imndsomo mantle mirror Call and see them Choice selection of rocker Good line of beds metal and wool metal and wool folding beds rrllucoti mattress es springs counches Davenports chairs suitcase trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinet glass sash doors Ac Jail and see us supplleServiceG II rilUITTMorelund Ky Dinwiddie CoM Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Indigostion1n HMrtbora and Indigestion as real disease 7 then are symptoms only era certain tpeeUlO eerretlyledDrSheepIn asmedrDrs Shoops BtttontiT Joint direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr 8boop and nil Restorative WIth- out that original and IIIrblJ vital pntnclydeno hadJIorDr sheeps-RntoraUveTableteorLleltuldand lei for fOur aeUwhat It ran and will do W Mil and cJUssr tuff recommend Dr Shoops RestorativesPENNYS DRUG STORE tvn- rananr ics i 8raafafaga eaE r f m GL Penny IL H Coffey K R Coleman m FOR HOT WEATHER HELP fiBI 1m TRY OUR Talcum Powders Sponge Bath Bruellcst t Tet and Bath AND ESPECIALLY l So111tOur Ice Gold Soda Water with Jersey Cream tY1 nniJFiiio Fruit Flavor ti1 S PENNYS DRUG STORE RIStanford Kentucky mBBE9BBBBB 13 E1EZ1 I Stanford Garage Machine Co i INCORPORATED 7 I AUTOMOBILESa fe FEED CUTTERS rto GASOLINE ENGI NES CRUSHERS 1 FARM IMPLEMENTS r 4 I AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT E Big Line of o d Chattanoogat The Best Made 1s tJ 1 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford I Jf 1 I h nv t f d f I ev EWaJJ SuIts Lnd SkirtsI We have just opened and placed on display our first shipment of new Fall Suits and Skirts Come in and let I us show you these goods They were selected with great care both as regards style and material We consider I ed all the points ofa correct costume before buying and you can buy here with confidence knowing you will get the right style garment and at the right price Each season shows improvement in ReadytoWear Clothes and the designers have fairly outdone themselves this season The workmanship is as near perfect as human hands can I make it Buy npw and be ready for the first cool days I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal r KY Auo 27 1900 4STANFORD ISPECIAL I Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo I onlyon and Sundays 6 cents straight Pennys Drug Store j PERSONALS MRS MARY STKAUB la with Somerset I friends ma D E PROCTOR Is with relatives in Rockcastlo WILL CHANCELLOR is at London at tending tho fair MRS R M NEWLAND Is at Crab Orchard Springs MRS JAMES K CUMMINS Is with Somerset friends Miss MARY MORROW of Somerset Is with friends hero I J L B COFFEY heard Hobaon at the London fair yesterday THURMOND K TUDOR was at the London Fair Wednesday MESSRS A T TRAYLOR and Jake Robinson are at tho London fair Miss KATIE CABS of Urodhead is t with her sister Mrs L B Milton MISS ANNIE D McRoBERTS is visiting Miss Ollie Baldwin in Madison I MESOAMEST P HILL and Joseph Coffey spent yesterday at Crab Orchard attended tho MRs JESSE TRAYLOR 4 London Fair Wednesday and yesterday MISSES ELIZABETH LEE of Shep herdsville is with Mill Stella Uuploy Miss FRANCES ADAMS has returned her sister at Harrods from a visit to burg MRS W A FOWLS has returned visit to Nicholas from a protracted countyt W II DUDDERAR S J Bell and N W Fowlo are at tho Liber tyfairMIss MINNIE RUPLFY will teach tho I coming scholastic year at St AURU tine Fla- JUDGE II C FAULKNER of Williams burg was hero Wednesday on legal businessMR L TANNER of McKinney took tho train hero for Winchester t Tuesday wife and Miss fairtTilE Warren C will meet with Miss Frances Adams f at 4 oclock Saturday afternoon I MR AND MRS W A EAGER or Fork Ridge Tenn are here to attend tho Humphries McClary wedding MIss LEILA FAHRIS who has been with Miss Bertha Jackson returned to her homo ot Knoxvlllo Wednesday MRS E L CARTWRICHT and daugh ter Mina Mary Cartwright of Louis ville are with Mrs Mettle White t MESDAMES S J EMBRY SR and r t A Rico and Misses Frances and Pearl Embry are at Crab Orchard Springs MESDAMES J S CAMPBELL and Pearl Freeman and Miss Katie Spoona more went to the London fair yesterday Miss BERTHA JACKSON will leave Sunday night for Radford Va to to teach expression In River View Sem- Inary MESDAMES T J FOSTER of Lob anon and J II McAlister of Way e Mill are with Mr and Mrs John B Foster MABEL DOUGLAS who has been 1MIS8 Berda Smith at McKinney to her home at Jelllco Tenn WednesdayMRS MANUEL Misses Des ale Fowle Salena Routon Annie and Rosa Hall aro unending tho London i fair this week Miss MARY LEE GIVENS very delight fully entertained a number of friends Hubble Wed at her nesday eveningiA D ESTE3 and wife of passed through Wednesday to spend a couple of weeks with relatives In Laurel anB Clay counties Miss PAULINE JONES of Kansas City who has been with Misses Marion and Matsy Grimes went to Crab Orchard Tuesday to visit friends MRS JOE HARDIN who has been con fined with typhoid at the home of At torney Sam C Hardin here returned Wednesday to her homo in Chatta Tenn London Sentinelnooga t DR M M PH1LL1RS of Crab Orch ard will take a post graduate course In Chicago after which he will locate in Stanford for the practice of medicine Our people will be glad to have him in their midst j 1 EMMETT TRAYLOR is at the London fairMRS MARTHA HAMPTON and Misses Pearl Hampton and Jessie Lee Phillips are with Lancaster friends sLOCALS PURE seed Winter Turf oats for sale J M Reynolds Waynesburg Ky PURE cannel coal at J 11 Baughma- Coa Try a load W L CORDIER soldtract of land on Dlx River to his father for 3000 LEAVE your order for Swifts or Globe Fertilizers with E T Pence Stanford CITY TAXES Your citytaxes fo 1009 are duo Please call and settle B D Carter collector I TAxaeThe tax books for 1909 are now ready Come In and get your receipt TJ Hill sheriffar IIAND PAINTED China makes hand some and appropriate wedding presents See Mrs Catherine McClary MR SAMUEL T HARRY and Dr R L Davison were appointed election commissioners for this county I HAVE one McCormick mower anc one hay rake will sell cheap rather than to carry over Eo T Pence 2t r LOST at Crab Orchard a gold band bracelet with sapphire setting Reward Leave with J Carroll Bailey TUB election on whisky question set for Oct 1 has been called off Now let our people get down to buss neeIioN HARVEY HELM down for speech at the Jefferson Barbecue in Louisville next week A good picture of tho gentleman appeared in the Cour ierJournal this week THE Garage Machine Co with a capital stock of 500 has been incorporated John Owsley Reid is president W W Hays manager and L W Hughes secretary and treasurer IIELDO W itfsnd Henry Roberta had their examining trials a MU Vernon Wednesday on tho charge of stabbing to death Vogue Phillips a Brodhead during fair last week The former was held in 3000 and tho latter In 2003 to the circuit court THE L will roundtrip ticket to tho TrlStato falrat MIddlesboro Sept 1 to 4 at 365 good returning Sept 6 To Louisville Sept 4 5 6 at 325 good till Sept 11 account the retail druggists convention and to Lou isville Sept 13 to 18 at same rate good till Sept 20 account State Fair CASEY democrats nominate 1 tho following good ticket Monday M L Sharp Judge W F Rogers Clerk C F Montgomery County Attorney i Chas Overstreet Sheriff J W Hogue Jailer J F Coppage Circuit Clerk J S Lawhorn County Superintendent II D GilTord Surveyor It looks lik a winner to us So mote it be OLYMPIAN SPRINGS water has don great work for Mr George Cutslnger of Anderson county He had not beer- able to walk a step for a year but afte a month sojourn at Olympian he gets around on crutches firstrate He i improving every day and thinks he wit soon be entirely cured of rheumatism from which ho has suffered for man yearsKILLED HIMSELF BCarsonone of Caseys best business men and cleverest citizens shot himself to death at his hope near Phil Tuesday He was a partner of lIon F P Combcst and was in splendid shape financially Mr Carson had been Iq bad health and was very despondent at times He is survived by one brother J R Carson who travels for Flood Co The bur ial occurred at Antioch Wednesday I AM out of my office not for pleasure but from necessity For some time I have suffered from a nervous stomach trouble and my doctor prescribed abso lute quiet and diet and so I am at Bat tie Creek for a couplo of weeks after which I hope to return homo well and ready for work In my absence rcy of fice Is In charge of a competent clerk who will attend to all business prompt ly and properly 1 trust none of my customers and friends will forget me for if ever l needed them it la now Gratefully R B Mahony a 1wML 1 GOOD Frazier cart for solo J J Belden Stanford T I Tim L Nis enlarging its plat I form at tho depot GET Olympian Springs water at Shu gars Tanners They are sole agents fork IT is rumored that TConn th cann didate before tho democratic county convention for sheriff says the Somerset Journal Ho would make an Ideal officer IN Clarence Coleman letter published last issue we stated that his wife accompanied him which was a mistake Harborr e read 12000 and 7000 COME one como alI Bring your friends Tell your neighbors You will bo sorry if you arent there bargain sale Ice cream and cake bets sold by Endeavor Society o Christian church in the church yard Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock PROGRAM of Juvenile Fair to be held here Tuesday next Best colt under ono year lye bet pair pigeons 15c bendturkeys any breed best basket of grapes 15c largest watermelon lCi best plate of fudge 16c best plate of molasses candy 15c prettiest baby un der two years 16c prettiest and best glass of jelly lye best angel food cake 15c heel layer cake 15c prettiest dressed doll 15e best piece of embroid ery done by child under 16 years of age best pony driven by boy or girl 1 Ci breedIrace aroun tho ring 15c best goat 15c best pony ridden by boy 15c best boy rider un 12 years of ago 15c prettiest cat IGc sack race IBc wheelbarrow race ICc best billy Root driven to wagon fancy turnout Admission for adults 15c children lOc Everybody Invited to como and show their products CASH After an Illness of two weeks Mrs John F Cash breathed her last a about 3 oclock Tuesday Queuing Sh twas 63 years old and all of her life ha been spent in Lincoln county She wast Miss Lucy Lewis and was married to the husband who preceded her to the gravo only a few months nearly 40 years ago For a longtime Mrs Lew- Is had been In feeble health and she went to Estlll Springs with tho hope of gaining health and strength but grew weaker instead and was brought back a very sick woman from which illness she never rallied Early in IIfo she united with the Christian church an had since been a devout Christian She was a kind sympathetic wife and moth er and a friend in whom all confidence was reposed She was a good woman and to know her was to love and admire her Mrs Cash la survived by two daughters Mesdames J W Hagin and H C BauRhman ono son Mr I James N Cash and little grand- e daughter Miss Catherine Harris They have lost their best friend and every themewere held at the home of Mr H C yesterdayrwere laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery Eld RevIthatYconcourse of friends witnessed the last sad rites and the occasion was one of the saddest ever witnessed hero The Cash family has been passing under the rod of affliction for the past nine months the father mother and sister having been buried in that time Previous to this death had not entered the home MATRIMONIAL Mrs Henry E Youtsoy wife of the only man who is now serving sentence for complicity in the assassination of Gov William Goebel in 1899 has entered suit for divorce- BADGETTDISHOH T F Badgett of the West End and Miss Gracia DIshon of near Stanford surprised their friends by taking an early train Wednesday morning Aug 25th to Lon don fair and after arriving had nuptial knot tied by Rov Jones theI bridal party consisted of Mrs Dishon mother of the bride Miss Lucie Massey find Mr Thurraah Tudor MIss s Massey a cousin of the groom was brides maid whIle Mr Tudor was best man Mr Badgett is a clever young farmer of his section well liked by all who know him Ho is to be congratu lated on winning so pure and fair a helpmeet Miss Ulshon is a most excellent young lady being very pretty thoseIBadgett will be at home to their friends near lIustonvillo after a tour of several weeks A FRIEND CHURCH MATTERS Eld J Q Montgomery closed a re vival at Bethany Friday with 13 ad ditions Liberty News Eld J G Livingston will preach at Holdams Mill at 11 oclock Sunday morning next He will also preach at nightTho last quarterly meeting for this year will be held Saturday and Sunday Revirequested at Epworth League Sunday night There will be an open session and the Dan ville League will be present Leaguers take notice W B Barker Pres Subject Sunday morning at the Meth odist church Enter the Kingdom Through Tribulation Acts 1422 Junior League at 3 p M Senior League Rally at 730 p M Mrs Kathryn Beazley will have charge The pastor and the Danville Epworth League will come over In a body The sermon an nounced for young men is postponed to later date The Crime Of Idleness Idleness means trouble for any one Its the same with a lazy liver It caus es constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blot ches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25c at Pennys Drug Store STOP THAT HEADACHE By having your eyes properly ntted with HtaHtallQrd Intrecord I which you cnn buy for rash or on talkdFOR SALE I Will tell a Clothing Hhoe nndOllIts Fur IkUIiIiiH Rlurv locnlrti In lice brut luau lu Doyle county A great opportunity for the ritock will Invoice about tOOAddress MJcnro Interior Journal Stan ford PUBLIC RENTING The A a Ohrlsmnn farm of W ncrei lying mile Knit otMoreland Lincoln county dwill bo tented to the highest bidder on t HATUHUAY 8E1T 4th about r P x In front of Mann OolTes tore Morolnnd Twentytwo acres for grassUnprovemenuFootf AO Onrlinmn IIn+tonvllloAugID1909 Home At Auction I daytheford occupied by W G withers line n areInbig garden Location tlritclan nnd In One neighborhood Will tell In front of the old court house nt 130 Monday afternoon Hept IS IHW Mr Hugh KId K Ten nlngton Miss Mnry 1enulngton Htanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by n judgment of the Lincoln Februarytermand others against J A DUD way and oth ers tho undersigned Commissioner will at about 1 pwonIcounty court in front of the court house door In Htanford for sale nt pub Ile outcry to the highest and best bidder on n credit of six and IS monthsthe tract of countyKy I of h death and thus described I Beginning nt a dogwood 11 links N M W I irons n spring Win Uutchliont corner thence N 74wYaipoles to n store Robert llntoblsoni corner In win Hutchison line thence N BX W 10 poles to n store Uobort UutchUou corner thonceNSTWW lu poles to u store In Hlmp Martins line poplarpoloto whltooak IlIghes nnd Joe Dn tin corner thence llastliis lino H SWjj K 181 point to a stake on the side of n hill whore a- oplnrandtwo chestnuts were called for thence NIB W 78 poles to two buckeyes and white walnut near n sugartreethence with his lino N 75M W CS poles to n dead whltu oak with ash hickory sad sugu tree pointers his corner thenc his hIckoryhllton whlta oak hit corner thence his line at H 1j W SO polls 7 links ton cherry tree polestoand 8 pole of land lloiulH with good security for the purchase price will be required of tho purchaser bear 8 per cent Interest from date of sale un j til pal payable to the Commissioner hay ing the force and enact of n judgment and secured by lien on the land 043Is1- H t L K Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I Novelties I We have just received an elegant lino of Ladies Neckwear Belts Hand Bags Belt Buckles Barrettes Combs Bandeams Collar Pins Necklaces Ac most of this goods is in yet Our prices are right and we invite your inspection See our win dowrl Dont forget the tremendous cute we are making on nil Ox fords and Summer goodsr f f JV 1 HUGHES MARTIN COPr Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY r 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 You will make no mistake in buying this line Call on us when we can serve you WaH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Naa RMtF111 I RRRI RQMMIRPlM1M 11 fi nThe Waynesburg INCORPORATED Deposit Bank ff 2- J5 Waynesburg Lincoln County Ky I jrZ2 vance the Interest of the community but first of all individual f home4If 2- i I assistinghome 2S9 Is made up of men who are Individually successful and collectively z- ij able to safeguard your interests Y- I i IPresident CaBhleriii J y I If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by ET PENCE STANFORD KY D t The Interior Journal fnteredin the PotlOJtet CIlScsnford ew matterkL at N TIME TABLE NolIMouth 1t PM- No81HouthIlOa A x No it North UfO AX- NonNortbIi21ki r K No 17 1047 AM No S40PM JOS S RICE Agent AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owdey Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acres of good blue grail land lying one mile North of McKlnney the Stanford pIke Improvements an fencing good of water trot- Also acres of timbered land one mile Knit of McKInney IIRIf under fence plenty of water and good tobacco Innd See grow ngtcrop J A GIVENH McKlnney Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your n tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes wbethera low price business suit or the llnest evening clothe will have thatIndividuality and Ill which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meal ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO nUl LEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of out flowers plants of all kInd bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purpose In connection with the nbove I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable price OJlm8T fAN OmEN HOUSES Ko HunnAKD PBOR Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office K5 Insure with me and be fully protected YOURWDDL HIRESMDFURS mastnlJGoldeRare Dealers and can do better for than agent or commWioDAllcrchanl- JRefcrence any Bank in Louisville Write for weekly Race list and shipping tags furauh 001 bags free M BABEL SONS saust llse 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JLBeazleyCoJ UndeitaKera and Embalm- ere Also Dealers in Fur Theyfall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY r J C McClary I Undertaker Embafmer and I Dealer InlHarness STANFORD KYIOBM Phone 107 I FARMERS DEPARTMEHT W C White of Parksville sold fou bucks for 00 J S Rice bought of B D Carter a work horse for 70 FOR SALE2OO good stock ewes A W Carpenter Moreland Let J S Murphy the McKinnoy miller do your custom grinding J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load o salt Take your wheat and corn to J S Murphy the McKinney miller High eat market prices FOR SALEA nice gentle family horse seven years old also a good sad die horse E H Ballard W T Robinson of Boyle has pur chased a large quantity of corn to be delivered at gathering time at 260 B G Fox bought a carload of muio colts at Springfield last Monday at prices ranging from 40 to 65Advo cate ha I buy 100 mule colts and CO yearling mules R L Murphy bought GO 100 Ib ho at 5c and contracted for 100 more for September delivery at same money Casey County News FOR SALEAbout 60 tons of good timothy hay In stack will have baled as soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky R F D No1 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 Notifiy T J Gross Crab Orchard CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 2i miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 Deep red muly heifer weight about 700 pounds came to my place Aug 7 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep W C Alford Waynesburg Ky R F D No2 Governor Beckham wants Kentucky to embrace the privilege of placing in Statutary Hall in the Capitol at Wash ington the marble likenesses of Abra ham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis In- closing his editorial upon the subject in a recent issue of the State Journal he says Kentucky should therefore present these two spns as her represen tatives in the National Hall of Fame It would illustrate better than any thing else the fact that this is are united country that the bitterness of sectional strife has passed away that peace and friendship exist between the sections and that the only memory we have of that unhappy conflict is the memory of valorous deeds and heroic men on both sides a common heritage of renown and glory to every American citizenTwas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A mans life has been saved and nowI 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 and the doctors did me nogood but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I feel like a new man and can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial af fection it stands unrivaled Price 50c aud 61 Trial bottle tree Sold andI guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Kentucky Fair Dates Shelbyville Aug 24G days Elizabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 daysCSomerset Aug 314 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nicholasvllle Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14days TriState Fair Middlesboro Sept 1I 4days Paris Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days Washingtons Plague Spots lie in the low marshy bottoms of thet Potomac the breeding ground of ma laria germs These gQrms cause chills fever and ague biliousness iaundlce lassitude weakness and general debility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric BIt- ters never tail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They are the best allround tonic and cure for malaria I ever used writes R M James of Louellen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 60c Guaranteed by Pen nys DrUgStore To The Voters 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 ascainst my inclination decided to become a candidate for justice of the peace subject to the action of the dem ocratic party If the people want me I wiU eervec I shall not any canvass for the office as the emoluments do uaemybetters and the county R H BRONAJJCH s Cared Hay Fever and Summer rCold i A S Nuibaum Batesyllle Indiana1 writesItLast year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that It Interfered with my business I had many of the symp toms of hay fever and a doctors pre scription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which seemed- f only to aggravate It Fortunately I Instated upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Ira waskilled by a C and 0 passenger train at Prestonburg He stepped out from behind a coal car that was standing on a siding and the beam of tho passenger engine struck him Pains of women head pains or any puln stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 23c box Sold by Pennys Drug Store 5FOR SALE I Block lIrt000t1i Notlonl1 Groceries liUW ix Ing talc buslnvss Liberal terms O1J HARKIS Crab Orchard Ky NOTICEI Those hoping claims against the estate of Mrs Minerva Uobb will please present them properly proven to me by Aug so Itw- vKtcilAiiD Coon Kxor Danville Ky B D CARTER New Liver Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Farm for Rentfor 1910 Farm acresHrlck house of 7 rooms barns cribs nnd all outbuildings andfliu sprlngauacresof bottom land 40 acres upland In grass and timber Heeding rights this Fall Would like to rent before Sept 15 Onll on Mae SALIIK J PKXXINOTOX II K U No 1 Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared odoellklndaofmrveytnr- amclvllenglneering promptly My work will te guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write me at McKlnney or call me over the through llustonvtlleExchange WALfEH McKINNEY The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In and Is ready to serve LlnsvyBlanketswork wool or exchange goods for It High est market price for wool C II WHIOIIT Ir- orCONCRETING Wo are In position to do all kinds of concreting uc as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing tromp house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly nnd guarantee llr tclim pricesbefore PHILLIPSIStanford FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I I A fine blue grass hum for snlu situated on pIke near Point heaved and six milefouth of Lancaster aw well located In neighborhood Mjlng part of the John walker tract with a Handsome now tw o story eaven room residence thereon with all necessary outbulldlncsand runningthroughTxnUe34 cash in hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per Interest until pall Persons lookIng for such place write or see wU WALKrn HtanTonl I REWARDlaving suffered considerable annoyance damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through my farm 1 have concluded to otter n reward for Information loading to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of fro for Infor mation leading to the arrest nnd conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the Hustonvlllo turnpike to the Mlllcdgevllle my farnand I will gleeMV max a for Information lelllllng to the arrest and conviction of any potty or parties who In the future commit nny of the slave oHensos Witness my hand this 10th day of August 1W4 Hit a POSTED strictlytorbldhmetingfishing 1olatonMiss Mattlo Howes Ilros TraylorLilburn NunnelloyJW qJohnDan M D Klmore OotllbOUck Kred Handorf- J J Thompson n M Anderson J K Moser Mr nnd Mrs JasH Iced A Klbasn MnNJlIorton gunWHev Father Leo Dr G O Perry liaughmunUriahMrs Margaret hooch Jacob Gander W1LTraylorHeat llofmannETlj H Garner MrsJBOwsieyM J Morgan aJOjlundleyMrs Nannie H Good U K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Konecker VonOruenlganT OarpenterWtSevlenOhristlan a i t tO iT lI0 f1 11 I J 11 rrr liIf iIdlff 1 Believing that the people of Kentucky I will be interested in the organization of the I Citizens r National j Life Insurance Company t Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company 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 the amounts subscriptions for each week First Week August 2nd t Y 10696000 k Total Second Week August 9th 200240001 Total Third Week August 16t- h345OOOOO Total Fourth Week August 23- rdS46946OOOL MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 F A At will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of enoh month at 7U oclock In their hall on main streevt Htnu ford Ky Members of slater lodge are fro tirnally Invited to bo prvnvut W Pen nlngton Hec l FARMS FOR SALE J 1 wish to soft privately my tarn of r4 acres t Jumbo Lincoln County ky four tulles from MoKlnney Has on It good Itvroom welling g tarn cellar spring house lint water etc In II In hlgtlltnltt ofcut tlvatlon have tour other mall farms for sale All well Improved Terms sittls factoryD1 NIPLB Stanford Ky II F D No 3 fine Blue Grass farms Reasonable Prices Wo have for sale n great many de sirable fosse located in Marion and adjoining counties In sizes these firms range from the very small farm to the very large out Prices very reasonableThese are adapted to the cultivation of all the crops raised in oth er portions of the Blue Grass region We have a fine burley tobacco section If you are interested write or call on u- sCentral Ky Real Estate Co Lebanon Ky The State UniversityL- exington Ky The Htato University Lexington Ky or tern the following courses lIumlll tural Meohnnlenl KnglneerlngOlvll Engi neering Electrical Engineering Engineering OIuIsloal and vert HClontlUu courses each of which extends over tour yours and sale to a llnchelors degree also Department of 1w und n Department of Education last hits been established Instead of the Normal Hcliool Ivrtons who enter tide department prepare for advanced work In IltIlftIlOrnllliliro granted n Itnch elors when com rlet eh The Academy for preparatory Instruc flan Is retained County appointees receive tree tuition of residence In the dormitories eel and light traveling expenses If they remain 10 consecutive monthsor one colleg lobo year The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military Hclenco is fully provided for as re Congress The graduates In the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last was 1078 Each de withtheYoung women tlml an excellent home with ward and lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well equipped with all the modern conveniences hull for physical culture at IB per wok All courses of study In the university are o n to women on Identical conditions with those applying to plates The completion of the Agricultural Min ing Kngtneerliig laboratory and Kduca tlon buildings afford ample and com mod ious quarters tar thus departments which re rapidly Increasing In the number ot ma Kor catalogues methods of obtaining ape pointments Information regarding rouses of study ana terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTEBBON Ph D LL DPIIor to DO KKAKKK Business Fall Terra Begins Sept 909v- Y LI THE SHOW OF SHOWS STATE FAIR U BIG NIGHTS DAYS 30 00000 PREMIUMS IN HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME JtLYNil8R- i DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKSt25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ONIIE PASS 25 4 metlIrleadworldQuartertOW RAILROADRATESvolt INFORMATlONCATALOCUJtENTKY BLANKS ADDRESS j93oRTF o the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOPOOO Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER 1 JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- iDIREOTOR9r w I J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterrSlanford John B Foster Stanford W Hr Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin 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