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A THE NTERIOW JOURNAL Ift YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909I N0 82 MIDDLEBURO Phillips Bros of Stanford are hero putting In a cement dam for Quince Jones Mr Jones has been expecting them for some time and had gotten quite Impatient waiting for his dim men1 as ho called them but he Is hap py now and the work will bo put in at once Mrs Martha Foglo sold her house hold effects at public outcry Saturday She has bought property at Danville and Is preparing to movo to it Mrs 1Foglo is a good woman and will bo missed in this section Mrs Julia Martin has bought the Greer farm near Liberty for 900 and will movo to it at onco I The trustees aro highly pleased with the start the graded school has taken Tho enrollment is now 140 and going up the teachers Bro doing a high grade of I I work and tho patrons eeutn disposed to stand by them There is every reason h why this should be tho beat school In country and will bo If tho people give it tho support it so richly deserves Tho meeting of tho Baptist church still continues Rev Fulton and wife loft Monday for their homo in Louis villa but Rev Charles Martin pastor at Liberty Is assisting tho pastor Everybody ought to havo heard Rev J L Owens at tho Baptist church Sunday his sermon was a gem and ho is being highly complimented on tho effort Bro Owfns seemed to boat his belt and tho audience was Urge and qulto an appreciative ono Suroly if there was any present who did not en joy tho discourse they wero hard to I pleaseF Lucas of Arabia Lincoln coun ty attended church here Sunday Miss Lllllo Tllford and her little sister Bucln of Eubanks are hero to see Miss Salena Jones and are attending tho protracted meeting Dallas Rule t waS hero from Liberty Sunday Mrs Rando Brown of Liberty attended church hero Sunday and took dinner with her cousin Mrs Ella Cowan Miss Clesta Jones of Arabia has been visiting relatives hero for a week or more Miss Minnie Shannon of Junction City U with her aunt Mrs J A Estel on tho Liberty pike Mrs Hollo Lswhorn and G P Garner are in Louis vlllo buying goods IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Elizabeth Hawkins of Elkln Fayctto county committed suicide at Richmond by hanging herself to a bed TErnest hays was captured by a posse headed by Deputy Sheriff Bush in Mad icon lays it Is charged shot and killed his brother in law James Lane several months ago Carlo Jones deputy ahecllTqf Icy county was shot at Crolttiqjy lar1t is and William Shotwell Paris well was recently pardoned by Gov Willson Jones was shot In tho back and died instantly George and Thomas Roberta and Os 1 car Roberts a cousin became engaged In K difficulty at Williams Siding in Pu laskl county when John McKee a neighbor attempted to stop the diffi culty and was shot through tho neck and instantly killed The bullet after passing through McKoos neck struck George Roberts landing near his heart lie Is In a dangerous condition Music AT TUB LEXINGTON TROTS Music has always been a marked fea ture of tho Lexington Trots The man agement has always mado it n point to give the audience a treat between the heats in the shape of concerts for which ordinarily people will gladly pay from 1 to 2 to hear Tho famous Weber thejI concerts before tile grand I Weber Band is today without exception tho best organization before tho I I v public Its 1909 tour through tho coun try when It played In all the principal l cities Including St LouIs Chicago I PitUburg Philaholphitt and tho month August In Atlantic City has been a 1of Blanche Berndt Mehaffey AS tho finest band singer in the United States and a soprano of Grand Opera calbre will appear dally and li sing In connection with these concerts as tho principal soloist of the band Remember tho dates Oct G16 and dont miss a treat 4 Health CoTcols the cleverest Imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor 1s made in just ono minute tedloulbollingI It Our engagement is broken admitted I the but I still have a tender 1 I l fcellngtforhlmYou as well cut it out advised I her friend Hes going around bragging about his lucky escape Breathe Hyomel a curecatarrh iNo stomach dosing Complete outfitI v Including Inhaler 11 Guaranteed by O L Penny Druggist I s c NEWS NOTES An earthquake shock was general over Kentucky about 4 oclock Monday morningAn estimate places tho num ber of dairy cows in tho United States at21000000Fourteen children were Injured one probably fatally In a panic at a paro chial school at Jersey City Theodore Rizzo the Italian in jail at Utica N Y confessed to tho murder of two little children recently At Horse Cave John W Montgom cry aged C3 years was shot and killed lattersI zen of Mayavillo was set upon by a gang of men and almost beaten to deathTwo men were tilllcd and two others were probably fatally injured by tho explosion of a boiler at a saw mill near Spring Lick- Charles Sluiher a pugilist of fame in Louisville and Southern Indiana was found dead In bed Heart failure was given as the cause of death At Shelbyvillc a mass meeting was hold to protest against tho establish ment of the Colored State Training School In Bullitt county Strong reso adoptedI Campbell in the Federal Court at McAlcster Okla issued a temporary order restraining the State officials from Interfering with the piping of gas out of Oklahoma Prof J D Harris principal of the Warrenton Va High School will bo placed on trial for killing William A Thompson associate editor of tho War renton Virginian on April 24 last The labor troubles which threatened to tie up Butts Mont shut down the smelters in Anaconda and Great Falls and throw 15000 persons out of work throughout the State has been settled Frank Westcrfleld and Edward Booro were instantly killed and George Hays and Jack Boone probably fatally Injur ed by the explosion of a boiler in a sawmill near Spring Lick Grayson countyPresident Taft enjoyed a now sensa lion when ho dropped 1200 feet belovJ the surface of the earth and saw miners at work In the great Anaconda copper mine The President loft for Spokane Fifty persons were injured shortly before noon when an explosion occurred in tho Columbian Film Exchange In PitUburg Tho structure was eight stories high and every office was wreckedInsane from fever and tho recent death of his wife John Champion a ahantyboat man attempted to kill his children at laducah set fire to his boat and jumped in the river Ho was cap tured John Champion Jr tho elder son is missing Notice has been served at Hopkins villa by Mrs John C Latham that she will contest the will of her husband on the grounds that it was obtained by fraud or undue influence and that Mr Latham was not mentally capable of making a will After G6 talesmen had been ex amined a jury was secured at Warren ton Va to try J D Harris principal of tho Warrenton High School for the murder of W A Thompson associate editor of tho Warrenton Virginian Harris entered a plea of selfdefense Eight men were drowned and seven hada narrow escape from death by the foundering at neon Saturday of the Norwelgn steamer Gore six miles from tho Winter Quarter lightship which is stationed 50 miles South of the Delaware Capes and 10 miles at sea Tho Treasury department reports show that tho total amount of national bank notes now outstanding Is 701 077724 This is an Increase of 2245 250 over the total on tho first day of September and an Increase of 14751 GIG over tho total national bank notes outstanding on September ono year agoAttorney Sam E Patton of Jackson ono of the moat widely known lawyers of Eastern Kentucky was indicted in the Federal Court on tho charge of us ing tho United States malls for fraudulent purposes Forty more indictments are expected Patton is accused of op crating under the name of the Cleveland Timber and Lumber Company and of ordering goods from many of tho largo manufacturing concerns over tho country knowing that tho company was insolvent Tho consolidation ftheAssociated Operating Companies of tho Bell tele phono system In Now York State Into a oneState organization entirely own ed by the American Telephone and Tel egraph Company has ben practically consummated Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs will In a tow hours safely check all Colds or LaGrippo Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store u M t- u I rernteeY1 88 IIyOU are entitled in buying Hart Schaffner Marx clothes to a most positive assurance of your sates faction Every dealer in our clothes is authorized ggto say this to you I Every garment made byad bearing the label of r 158 Hart Schaffner Marx is guaranteed to Be of allwool J or woolandsilk fabrics with no mercerizedor other E3 cotton added 5 thoroughly shrunk before l cutting seams sewed with pure silk thread tailored in clean sanitary shops I and free from every defect of material or 158workmanship t More 158 sayi thatlthe clothes are not right or not satisfactory i your moneywill be refunded Hart Schaffner Marx i 5- JJ l WEARENULCUMMINS I gg I I If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by 11 1 E T PENCE srAV OWO KY r Yr + c t Hti eThe Coffee with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next 30 day I wo will give Five Pounds Cofieo at J5c 1J5 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at S15Q 15Q- S8 I 25I 01 For thirty daysyou save 81 25 1 f ill A wJI t Ho GIVE IT A TRIAL p 1 r 1 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford i t r k t Xt u FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED INH882 j CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 i V l HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS S2ffcOOi CombinesAbsolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Depose Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresldenU John McRotycrts Cashier HC Baughman Asst Cashr VV SaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J MPettus- H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no O Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate t ii 1798 TraiijiflyaDia Upiveritij 1909 Continuing Kentucky University i i The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and tho College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings withmodern equipment l EuropeStandardized1nml L L B New Science Building recently erected at a cost of800000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 foreign countries lo Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable cx penscs The session begins Sept131O0Q =Write for catalogue to Jay RICHARD HENRY CROSSFELDjA M Ph D Pre LEXINGTON KENTUCKY3wCI r wt06 =tl s IThe Interior Journal fc C WALTON Democratic Ticketr i For Circuit Ju g- eMC8AUFLEYr of Lincoln I PorOommonwealthiAttorneyCHARLES 9 of Mercer 10ForState Senator i R L HUBBLE t of Lincoln county For Representative y W H SHANKS 4 For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney WSBURCH For Circuit Clerk t tI J D SWOPE SheriffjI For County Court Clerk 1t GEORGE B COOPER For JailerI I DINK FARMER L For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools tGARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner 1 GEORGE P BRIGHT UForMagistrate Stanford District Ii JAMES McKECHNIE 11ForConstable Stanford District I M BRUCE For MaglstrateOrab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle District Ii JK HELM SR t For Magistrate Wnyocsburg District JOHN M CAMDEM e I For Constable Vaynesburg District G BAUGH ItJOHN MAGEE Police Judge of Crab Or the action of the demo cratlo party and asks your support e I = IN his letter to the Cincinnati Enquirer i Mr John D Wakefield called attention to the craze of distinguishedI Democrats for newspapers Governor l J C W Beckham following thn lead of William Jennings Bryan went into the business several months ago hav ing bought the State Journal Senator Thomas A Combs is president of the I Lexington Gazette Company exAudi I tor S W Hager has just bought the Owensboro Inquirer while Mr Henry B Hines exState Inspector and Examiner and Edward O Leigh the I private secretary of many Governors hays for sometime been making a 1great success of the Bowling Green r The disease is spreading so fast that the barbers call next may soon be in order There is a fact i nation about the newspaper business which attracts many a man who after 1wards finds it is easier to get it than outl TEAT the late lamented Governor of I Minnesota John A Johnson should thirtyoddJas that sum of money in these lidaysof high finance is regarded as a f measley amount To those though who know the scrupulous honesty and the high personal integrity of the man and the many demands upon him the surprise is that he was able to save as 1much as he did THERE is possibly no one thing that can interest mankind more than the war against the ravages of tuberculosis and the faithful lovers of their kind who are engaged in the noble work are worthy of praise Consumption mans greatest foe and when its fearful toll of human lives can be stayed by proper methods it is worse than a crime for the State or community to withhold the means for doing so IT is reported that Governor Willson has accumulated 50 or more important subjects to be treated on and recom mended in his next message to the Legislature As the Governor rarely ever uses a sentence less than 100 words long and as he treats every subject with proxility there is going to be lots of reading for the long winter nights for those who care to wade through that class of literature THE duty having been taken off of art paintings valued at millions of dol lars have been purchased abroad for free transportation into this country The large valuation can now be made with impunity It would be very small if duty had to be paid at the rate of valuation ANOTHER republican has gone wrong and some of Uncle Sams good boo die is with him M P McCoy exam iner and supervisor of government sur veys was found short over 5000 and he will spend the next three years in McNeils Island Federal prison TilE Mississippi legislator who has become a Pullman car porter is simply following the natural evolution of his class his thirst for graft must be alaeked in some way s WE want to call on every democrat In Lincoln county to put his shoulder to the wheel and help roll up a rousing democratic majority In Lincoln county on Nov 2nd The republicans are net ive going both day and night and leav ing no stone unturned with the hope of occupying the new court house after Jan lat Let not that beautiful build tag be filled with machinemade republicans but see to it that every demo crat on the ticket is elected The dem ocrats of Lincoln county pay 00 percent of the taxes then why shouldnt they be allowed to govern the people A VINCENNES IND lawyer spent hit vacation playing farm hand at 20 per month The third day ho fell on a corn stalk and was so badly hurt that he will likely die Should he recover he will banish the thought of farming next year when the corn is In the shock and the pumpkin is on the vine II THEY marry in andrepent at leisure down in Sunny Georgia The judge of the Fulton county Superior court at Atlanta handed down 14 di vorces in less than six hours or one every 23 minutes The oldest couple had been married five years and the youngest a month exactly FROM this distance it looks as if Com mander Peary is better at quarreling than discovering the North Pole His interviews anent Dr Cooks finding the cold old thing would put a 50yearold man to shame IN order to raise republican campaign funds postoffices all over Kentucky are being robbed It is n common everyday occurence now to read of one being looted POLITICAL Former Congressman William R Morrison died at Waterloo Illinois Wm H Mount a brother of ExGov Mount and said to be related to Mr James R Mount at Lancaster is dead at Crawfordsville mod Gov Willson appointed R H White of Mt Sterling as a member of the Kentucky State Board of Pharmacy to succeed Addison Dimmitt of Louisville- It begins to look like Louisville will be redeemed from republicanism and that W 0 Head the democratic nom inee for mayor will defeat Grinstead the present mayor Good A joint debate on the tariff in which each will defend his own views of the proper position for the Democratic par ty to take has been arranged between William Jennings Bryan and Senator Joseph Bailey of Texas The debate will be held some time during October atAtlantaIn on the conservation of natural resources delivered at Spokane Wash President Taft declared that he would ask Congress to authorize the issuance of 10000000 in bonds to com plete irrigation projects already begun in the West and on which work has been stopped for lack of funds In spite of the Louisville Board of Public Safetys promise to give a public hearing to the complaints of the Mutual Protective Association that blind tigers were being permitted to run without police interference that body backed down when the time for the hearing arrived The association was at the appointed place and offered to have Its witnesses testify under oach but the board thought it inad missible at this time just before an election to have a public hearing CHURCH MATTERS Rev L H Blanton of Danville will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning Rev J J Dickey the now pastor will occupy the pulpit of tho Metbpdist church here next Sunday morning and nightRev B C Horton brother of Mrs R L Whiteand J D Horton was sent by the Methodist Conference to Mt Sterling from Fort Thomas Rev T W Barker was sent to Warsaw by Conference which sent Rev J J Dickey recently of Perryvllle to the pastorate of the Methodist church here Much regret is expressed over Conferences failure to return Rev Barker to Stanford There can be no real happiness to one who has not made his peace with God Back of all his pleasures Is the darkness ef Gods displeasure He may forget it for a time but the remembrance returns and turns his happiness to die ppolntment Western Recorder Especial attention is called to the Pioneer Service at the Christian church Sunday Oct 3 1045 A M Seats will be reserved for all who have been members of the church for over 30 years Bro Ballou will make a short talk the minister will deliver a ser mon appropriate to the occasion and honorable mention will be made of our blessed dead The old songs will be sung and everything done to make it as much like an old fashioned service as possible All disciples of Lincon county are invited and especially the elderly people A cordial invitation to the public D M Walker At Riverhead L h Chodeath of one man and the serious injury of another caused by the upsetting of a 60horse power machine going at the rate of 65 miles an hour marred the Long Island automobile derby PUBLIC SALE Beginning at 10 o clock prompt at the Methodist Parsonage Stanford Ky I will on Saturday Oct 2 1009 sell at public auction the following personalty 650 piano 30 bed room set 22 bed unitary couch 25 Brussels Drugget 18 in grain drugget matting on 3 rooms safe dining room chairs extension table 7 rockers cooking stove lawn mower hose for sprinkling and many other ar tidies Terms All sums under 10 cash over 10 on four months time with negotiable note payable in the Lincoln County National flank Special terms will be made on the piano Everything goes to the highest bidder Also have 500 worth of books some of which I will sell privately Remember the date Saturday Oct 2 at 10 A DL T W Barker Stanford Ky It shows no smoothness to get a repu tation for being slick Things come pretty easy for the hero of a poker story The first social function arranged is when tho neighbors gather to watch you move in A genie is a fabulous attendant who has stipulations to make as to days ofT A woman with plenty of washing to do soon marries a business manager It Is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing tout for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and SCOT Sold by Pennys Drug Store y r Doll heart tell mo something murmured the swain What is it inquired the lady Do you really love men Do I really love you Aint I giv ing up alimony for you MiOua is guaranteed by G L Pen ny to cure Indigestion or money back Relieves distressed stomach belchIng or gas Etc In five minutes Large box SOc PUBLIC SALE I lIRlngdeclded to go JOlt I will In Me Linney Kyon SATURDAY OCT OlIQ1 sell at public auction the following personally One good square piano J dressers 1 suit of furniture or 6bnl springs 1 now range dining room chairs several rockers 2 sales 1 clocks 2 washstonds 1 large hand some parlor mantle mirror I handsome Brussels cnrpet matttnRS etc sewing ma chine tables window shades poles and ma other things not mention tothe highest bidder Terms cash as I expect to leave soon niter the sale Mule will begin at loVlock PM MHH JIlt MOOSE PUBLIC SALE I laving decided to move to town 1 will on TUESDAY OCT IJIHXI sell to the highest bidder my farm situated We miles from Htanfordon Lancaster pike U contain Cd acres with fourroom dwell ing necessary outbuildings and well water ed Immediate possession I will also sell 2 good work mules 1 work horse 1 jotddust harness horse 1 S year old harness horse J t A pound steers 1 farm wagon 1 buggy good as new 1 Inco harrow 1 binder I mow erl wheat drill riding cultivators a sou hRrneIOO bushels onions 1 range A lot of oldtime furniture nail my entire lot of household goods Also a lot of corn Terms made known on day of tale Hnle will be gin at 10 AM vf P itonifiwy Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I having decided to go ftirnfgh up I wil onMONDAY OUT II isa fUIjlowing2yuar ohfgeldlnqby Lincoln squlrreldant by Wm Welch Th s colt Is broke to drive byyrestondambydFOlay Drake but goes all tho gates natural 1 sor rellyear otdfIliyby Kentucky Hqu reel I brown Y ycar old nlly by 11111 McUartyi dambettn Wilkes stallion out of n thor UICkiwithfilly colt by non Varrlck out of an On Time more 1 black stud colt Also nt same time stochiOnesyearoldnoted muleJack 1 e year old lack US Napoleon out of A Billy Keene Jennet 1 extra yearling Jack colt royally bred 1 6yearold Jennet safe In foal 1 3yearold Jennet with Jennet colt at side and safe In foal to Jim Keene This stock will bo sold without reserve or limit Terms a credit of IX months will be given negotiable note payable at the First Mo tional Honk of Stanford btRrlllJtIl per cent Interest from date Sale at 10 A M URIOHT P1RhtILL The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington Ky of fore the following courses tural Mechanical KnglueerlngOlvil Kngl neerlng Electrical Mining Engineering Classical and seven course each of which extend over tour and leads to u Bachelors degree also n Department of Law and n Department of Education last hn been established Instead of the Normal Hcbool Persons who entr this department prepare for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted a Bach elor subject when complet ed The Academy for preparatory instruo tlon II retained County receive free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories fuel and light traveling expenseif they remain 10 consecutive montbsorone colleg lute lor Thu laboratories and museum Bro large well equipped comprehensive and lIIodernIMilitary Hclence is fully provided quired by Congress graduates In the several courses of study readily employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last year was 1078 Inch de rtmenthas specialist at its head with tho necessary number of nsslitants Young women find an oxcellcnt homo with board and lodging in Patterson halt whloli Is well equipped with all tho modern conveniences hall for physical culture nt sa per week All courses of study In the University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to male Tha completion of the Agricultural Min ing Knglneerlng laboratory and Kdupa tlon bulldlnlll umplo and com mod bus quarter for these departments which are rapidly Increasing In the number of ma trlculntesyorcatalogucsmethods of obtaining ap pointments information regarding courses of tudy anu terms ot admission apply to JAil K PATTIBSOV Ib D LL D Prei or to D OFHAJSJSE Business Agent M rc TheN Ifo D Edcrheimer cMcc1 CJetbes We are not the only people who sell Good Clothes but we are the people who sell the best Fitting and Best Tailored Clothes No matter how fine the fabric unless your clothes Fit Your Form you patterns some LOW PRICE Suits but Qur main business is done in 15 20 and X25 Suits H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky FOtRnSALEUents Will sell a Furnlshlng store located In the best town In hone county1 great opportunity for the mini stock witl fUiAddress M Jot care Interior Journal man ton MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 80 Ft A M wttl meet In stated communication on each not and third Monday nights of each month at Taw oclock tu their hull on main street Mtan ford K Member of sitter lodges arc fin ImInlnilloll8e O CARTER Now Liver Depot Street Phone floe STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE I We have moved our produce hide and- etororryecentlyspurehiurd stable to our of Garland Bin gloton two doors from poilonica Wo illll pay cash fornl kinds of country produce iMHPt iiuciiAXAxmnnlordKy Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys rarely to weak kidney Norm The like thtUIeart and the Stomach find their weakness not in the oma Itself bet in the news that control and culdi and strengthen them Dr Boops KcstonUT Is a medldn specifically t rtrea to mach then controlling nerve To doctor the Kldatys aloae U futile It ti a wast ot Use sad ot aotwy ai wit your tack ache or U weak If the mien otisdark 1lyouhey symptoms en SheepsR ur dankIdeeOlssa try Dr ReRoraU Y8 a IOIIthT- ablaea or se what It can anti wW do for you IHdand sell Dr RestorativePENNYS POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting llsblng or kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Miss Mattle Ilewei neichmibach Bros Fred Uaumann ATTraylor lllburn Goocb N II Hummer Will Nester It U Nunnelley- J W Haughmnn J WIeck J E Bruce David Htevens John Oamenlach WmOordler URn Traylor M D IClmoro QotllbOllck Fred Hnmlorf JJThompson U DL Andersen J K Moser Mr and Mrs JII II Ends A glow Mrs N J Horton JJElliott MrsUco Ix trail W It Daugherty Frank Cordler Rev Father Leo 1rCLOPerry H Ii ltaughntan- UrialrAlbrlglt A D Hoot tin Margaret loooli Jacob Lauder OeoUOlven WH Tray lor Ham Iloberts John Jufer Amend Hchuefor M J Jlofll1onn KT Ilcniley A ILMntueny Mr Jn Owiley aRnlrHWqrowMriNaunl01laoodlure Anderson Oarr W M Dlshon Fred Vondruenlgan T L UaugllDlan Mr Kate Ador Nlo But Rebecca n Carpenter W Kopatz J K Moser John H Lee D Sovlers Christian Jacob Tom Ferrlll W W Pitman Fred Payk tl t9 Stein Sc Co MAKERS G L Penny R H Coffoy E K Colcmnu FOR ROT WEATHER HELP TRY OUR Talcum Powders Sponge lath Brushes Toilet anti Hath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice Cold SodaWntcr with Jersey Cream anti Fine Fruit Flavors 1iPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Ti I BUY i The Improved Superior Grain Drills from 1 I 1e W H IIIGG1IiSSta- nford Kentucky RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home ns mudcrafor your family as a city I residence and place yourself in n positiou to got the latest market quotations lit any time jhis can ho accomplished by means ofour telephone service which you mutt your neighbors cnn get for n sum that is small compared with tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or writo direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Lino rate If you are not at present telephone service wo KentuckyTennesseeIllinois v EAST TENNESSEE TEL d TEL COtjlrcoaronrran Ii t t f The Interior Journal BTANFOKD KY OCT 1 100- J SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will Bell on Saturday a and Sundays onl 6 conU straight Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS rJOHN Owstcr REID is improving slowly MRS SUSAN 0 MEAGER continues quite m MRS SUSAN T IlAnnta who has been 111 is Improving MRS BESSIE HARDIN who has been ill is convalescent MR A 0 EASTLAND of Louisville Is hero working insurance Miss ELLA MAR SAUNDERS visited Danvlllo friends this week LITTLE HEATII SEVERANCE who has been quito sick is up again A T NUNNELLEY was at Hare I Patch yesterday on business ALFRED PENCE returned from tb West Wednesday delighted with It DR W N CRAIG spent Tuesday at Lancaster practicing his profession MRS W C SHANKS and son Har well wero in Cincinnati Wednesday Miss MYRTLK TIIAUD of California It with Miss Levisa Harris at Hubble DR R J CABSJDY was hero In an au JLo Wednesday ndrcrtlslng Eureka Tonic MRS DAN THAYLOR and Miss Mao Traylor spent n few days In Huston vine MRS n L DOT and son Malcom oMUchmond are the guests of Mrs J D Goode Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS has returned from a protracted visit to RIch- mond friends MRS LOUISB TATK and son C E Tate attended the burial of MrC H Payne in Boston Two of Mr and Mrs James Messcr s children aro down with diphtheria but are getting along nicely MESDAMES P G WANNER and Mnll- iMartin went over to Lancaster Wed nrsday to visit relatives MRS REBECCA McCARTY returned Plnevlllo yesterday after a protracted stay with her sons here MRS L M JONEU and Miss Dora J Hester left Tuesday night for a 10 days visit In Washington City LYNCH of New York visited ifMISS G Perry while en route t Richmond to visit friends- A A SHARP has rented tho real dence now occupied by W M Duncan t and family and will move to It CEO A LOVELL who has been wit his father J M Lovell and family returned to Normal Ky Wednesday Miss MARGARET LEWIS wee the guest of Mrs W H Higgins while on her way from Crab Orchard to Richmond MR E W SMITH and son Ned Smith of Norfolk Va aro spending a few days with relatives in this county MRS J H SMITH of Morrow Ga formerly MIis Gertrude Gooch i s slowly recovering from a caso of ty phoid fever MRS A C CONNETT and son George Edward aro sojourning in Cincinnati with her mother in tho beautiful su Lurb Mt Adams JUDGE M C SAUFLFY has been at tending Circuit Court here this week Mr George Penny of Stanford was la this city yesterday tho guest of h- i1brother a Dr W B PennyAdvocate- MR J 0 BOGIE democratic nominee for Representative of Garrard paid this office a pleasant call Wednesday He says old Garrard will continue to t remain in the democratic columrf Mr Bogie is a aon n law of MrT D Beet of the West End LOCALS UNDERWEAR at Severance Sons Tins is certainly ideal Fall weather now YOUNG cockerel for sale at 1 Mrs L B Cook Stanford Ky DEMOCRATS dont move out of your precinct If you do you will lose your vote In November SPECIAL display of suits and skirts Wednesday Let us make one to fit you Severance Son I OUR carbonator has como and we aro now prepared to mako all kinds of fresh drinks Shugars Tanner SALE Saturday tthe Methodist par i will begin promptly at 10 A u t Look sharp or you lose a chance lor cheap goods = nr That Fall Suit comfortablefoelingThe style of coat and skirt are sensible and elegant looking dollarslOBSproper fullness OntolmPanpodesire Our stock is complete with raw goods in every department SEVERANCE SON STANFORDSCHOOL shoes at Severance Sons FRESH Portland cemenat W II Higgins 0SWELL shoos for ladles at Severance Sons stock tup robes and horse 9blankets at W H HIggins LET mo Insure your barn and tobac I co W A Tribble Stanford I HAVE one room rent in Craig McClaryIFOR SALEA lot of tobacco sticks Felix White Stanford Phone C4 rings I PllONB No 188 when you want tinning and plumbing done W K War nero OUR atock of heating stoves stoics coal hods etc are In Come and see them W IL HIggins I EXPERT workman on gasoline engines can bo secured by application to the- o Stanford Garage Machine Co I YOUR graded school taxes are duo in liustonvillo district Penalty goes on TreasurertLET tho public t notice Whoever buys my 050 piano for less than 325 la going to have a rare bargain T W Barker FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tago garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds WORK on the new court house is pro greasing rapidly and we hope It will b ready for occupancy by Jan 1st It will bo a beauty when completed LIGHTNING Gasoline Engines Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers Lightning crushers and grind era Line shafting pulleys and hang ers bolting gas engine oil etc Stan ford Garage Co hl1voIp notaw ones who did their duty and did it well in time of need FOR SALEI will sell privately all medical books instruments a fine microscope good buggy and horse and- o lot of poultry and incubators Have placed all accounts In hands of P M McRoberta for collection Mrs L B Cook Admx hFOR SAM Having decided to quit livery and hotel bus ness at this place I will sell privately a good hotel storeroom and stock of merchandise and livery stable All in good condition Will make purchaser bargain For Information apply to G T Ashlock McKinney Kv A PAIR of Country Kids with a firstclass company of artists will make things lively at Waltons Opera House and to all lovers of real fun this will h- an o engagement well not to overlook In addition to the play theta will bo 10 specialties and musical numbers Tho engagement Is for one night only Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS had her yesjj tho day and admired tho beautiful dig play of hats Miss Saunders is assisted by Mrs Carrie Taylor ono of the most skilled and artistic trimmers in the State Miss Frances Cooper was saleslady 50000 FARMMesara T C Robert and Dave Rankin have bought of Per kina Ingram his 470acre farm in tho Marcellus section of Garrard county for 50000 This is one of tho largest land sales made in Garrard for some time The farm is a splendid ono and the purchasers aro delighted with their new purchase Tho Rankins are fast becoming largo land owners lirLincoln and Gurrard counties WIZEN tJA Pair of Country Kids was written ft was tho Intention of tho author Harry Sheldon Wbite to give tho play the surroundings of human nature and realism Those facts alone were looked after with careful detail and has much to do with the success of this popular play now in ita fourth year of continued success The Kids cant bo excelled for fun originality and novel ties giving you an evenings enjoy ment that you will not forget The en gagement Is for tonight Friday Oct 1 at Waltons Opera House = n DONT forget tho sale of Mrs Hattie Bishop at Iluslonville tomorrow by Executor Edward Alcorn TilE L N will run a 176 excur sion to Cincinnati next Sunday Oct S- Train leaves Stanford at 5 A M LOST between I leand Hedge villo a cloak red with black trimmings Return to Mrs J A Robinson and get reward THE creditors of r George d I ceased are hereby notlfed to file wit mo their claims properly proven J B Paxton M C L C C 3t I WILL be at the bank each Saturday to collect tho taxes for the Crab Orch ard Graded School Penalty goes on Oft 1 George W Bronaugh LOST ONDAYS Sept 13th one large red steer weighing over 1000 Ibs Last seen on Hustonville pike Notify M J Farris Danville Ky IF you ore looking for about two hours and a half of good wholesome fun go and see A Pair of Country Kids at Waltons Opera Houso tonight FOR RENTMy farm of 250 acres i the Walnut Flat section 60 acres o corn 13 wheat 70 meadow balance for pasture Mrs Mary E Logan Stan ford Ky- FARAI SOLPJ H Hatchings of Boyle has sold his farm of 155 acres at Hcdgovlllo to J M Spoonamore of Lincoln Consideration 19000 or 122 per acre ITilE County Cooperative meeting of tho Christian churches of Lincoln coun ty will bo hold with tho church at Mc Kinney on Saturday Oct 23 Peter Carter chairman IALL claims against tho estate of Mrs Lucy Cash presented to me properly proven and verified at tho First Nation al Bank Stanford Ky will bo paid 1L C Baughman Exor L FOR SALE OR TRADEOno 1G bare o power Nichols 8 Shepherd traction en give and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good condition Call on or address 0 W Potts Richmond Ky 1 BOUGHT A STORE Mr W M Dun can who clerks for Sam Robinson hall bought of J L Jarvls on the Somcr sot pike his store residence and 10 acres of ground and will take charge Nov 1st Price private CHARGED WITH RAPE Charles Sch mltz son of rinse Schmitz of the Ot tenhelm section was arrested byi Sheriff Hill charged with committing rape upon Mary Heflllgcr Monday 1The girl Is only 12 and the boy 15 years of age Tho examining trial was waiv ed to circuit court I HORACE FOLEY has on exhibition Crab Orchard a leaf of white Burls tobacco which measures 24 x 60 inches Mr Foley Is ono of the leading tobacco growers of this section and was per haps tho one who first demonstrated tho adaptability of our soil for tho growth of the weed Tile Lincoln County Medical Societ will meet at Stanford Tuesday Oct 12 at 1030 A M Each member is re quested to be present as this Is the last meeting before tho State Medicalwhlc- meets Oct 18 Mrs Lolia Cook d sires tho members of tho society to in spect the library of her late husband Dr L B Cook which is for sale A PAR of Country Kids asa play for tho masses has proven Its popularity for tOUt years and each yeara visit g looked forward to by the lovers of pure fun as an event at which all promises are fulfilled and they are sure of seeing what they want The Kids are old friends sure of a crowd on each visit and you know of their fun qualities The manager of Waltons Opera House ii pleased to announce tho date for to night Friday Oct 1 BARGAIN 351 ncrea of good land ofI which 100 acres Is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns now tobacco barn 30x96 ico house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a wholo or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit purchaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom- land as there is in the county This ia a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky i1Ir 7 FOR RENTFour room cottage with four acres of ground in good portion o Stanford Ed Hubbard Stanford A Pair of Kids company numbers 15 people and presents during the play 10 uptodate specialties and OperaHouseon sale at Shugars Tanners DOCK PADGETT who is charged with tho murder of Green Skidmore near yesterh went topreseR- EMEMfER nearly all the goods for sale by Rev T W Barker tomorrow are almost new Everything goes to the highest bidder Hero is a good chance for a bargain WHAT has become of your nomina tion for jailer Mr Terry you told us to tell the people you would get last Monday has the machine give you a little sweet chin music to case your nnt3 pain you had CAPT WM IfER oroust have as many lives as a cat for he certainly is not aware of the fact that ho is republicann acr ran over him here last week They wanted to bury him first without even an appropriate ceremony over the grave of an old liner before Judge Sauflcy put the finishing touches on him It is said ho has petitions in circulation in the four counties to get his name under the republican emblem since tho machine committee turned him down What our splendid Judge Saufley will do for him will be a plen ty MATRIMONIAL James Bunch 20 and Miss Cfnda Bunch 20 were married at Highland WednesdayCArUNGlmDARKEROn last Tues day morning at the residence of Mr W M Hagen at Augusta Ky Rev T W Barker of this place and Mrs Linnio Caplinger of Louisville were joined in wedlocks holy bonds by Rev B F Chatham of Mavsville an inti mate friend of the groom Mrs Barker was visiting in Augusta at the time of her marriage to the man of her choice It la said she is a lady of many accomplishments while the groom is one of the leading Methodist divines in the State and has made many friends during his ministry here Their many friends wish them all the happiness and joy that this world can bring to them NOTICE I Lawli Lynn who one convicted of mur der In the Lincoln circuit In 18111 will auk the governor for iijmrilou and ull who ob feet will notify the governor and state In writing any objection LEWIS LYNN RENTYlIowlngrocorn and tobacco next Mprillg Will rent for pa CL Ut crop WMMUlIPIIT Wnyncsuurg Ky FOR SALE I willYacres more or less Improvements good itoruhouse on place good bnrn good etch ard well watered J II- Waynesburg HKIOIIT Ky NOTICEoThe Farmers Drug Co of Lawrencoburg has placed Eureka Tonic on ate nt L Han den Grab Orchard and J U Morton Htan ford This tonic U to be taken In a unit wine to a wine glaii full three time a day It U by tho best phyilclani In the Btato Guaranteed to cure stomach liver nnd kidney troubles Will be sold on the streets hero next county court day Oct 11 by their salesman Dr II J Cassidy SALE Of live stock farming Implements etc on the Dr Burke place three mIlo- Houhof Danville and one mile North of Junction City on- TtKHDAY OCT 8th 18W HeglnnUig at 10 oclock A M publlolvv low ng property vlit steers weighing about about 830 poundsnboutr6Houthdownsbeop loontJilI high grade ewes about ISO good young Tennessee ewes 1 or 2 choice milk cow n few extra nice mcnt hogs 4 mares C to S years old a of which are in tool ton vets choice Jnck no season about CO acres of corn In tho Held about a bolos nice tlmo thy hay SB ao es wheat straw welt stacked my unoxplred lease on farm Jan 1 Mo consisting of about OK acres of tint grass und always nn abundant water supply for any amount of stock farming Implements towlttl Studebaker 1 nearly new Kiln funky fertilizer drill t Huperlor wheat drill cutting harrow 1 extra hay frame new l new Ucerlng binder som- eploxsharrowsetcetc will offer n lot of tock ofsale t 1 3 KY PUBLIC IIn J prettiestdressinexpensiveOur j in both bright and dull finish and n variety of shapes We also have a new lot of band trimmings in all the new shades also the rat tail and soutache braids and buttons to match in all sizes and colors It is almost impossible to picture for you the beauties of our stock we shall have to ask to come to see them for no mere description can do them justice They reiI i now ready for you and we will take much pleasure in showing them and guarantee prices reasonable HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes iO STANFORD KENTUCKY I Fitting Clothes You can buy Clothes in lots of places and at lots of prices But after nil theres something to being safe in style nnd fit and tailoring t For clothes safety is OUR strong point No use telling yon that the New Fall Suits Are in because you expect it And besides you look fyr new thingsnlwaystin our shop But when you buy your clothes from us you are safe and sure that youre not getting ill made slopshop work Handsome winter suits 10 and up j W E PERKINS i Crab Orchard Ky J AAe AS lla eR PRP1aRiY a Va1RA9A9 IIAM 111 RIIsvvvvvvvaovdrdavs cavvtaa oree + vvorevv++ ff IIThe Waynesburg Deposit Bank Inc Ii F i WAYNESBURG KY f y Capital 15000 Surplus 21 Profits 2500 1 Resources Over 9GOOOO Directorsi f 1 Gooch H H Singleton Z HayesM J 1 i Officers f y L G Gooch President M E Wheeldon Tall A Hayes V fPresidents Stanley McIntosh Cashier The oQlcers of this bank extend a cordial invitation for your patronage your account Is respectfully solicited whether large 41 assuredPersonal 9- VifrvravMMAMAv rvvvvvvvvvvvvelaMMMMMIPMVVVVVVWAVVVVVVWVVVV evvwvvfewvvvvwvwvvvvvvv r Ij AT WALTONS OPERA HOUSE X ihtThe 4Act Sensational Drama 0 A Pair or Country Kis The Seasons Success f CornersS Bridge Illuminated t a The Old Box Factory Attic All Special Scenery Electrical and Mechanical Effects Prices 25 50 nnd 75c NYM +wi- L M ==s e4 id y 1 ++ k e + 1 LI ri wli+ +nl W Ws2 1l r The Interior Journal Intend in V PottOffice at Stanford at saondtlaNmatter r L iN TIME TABLE No tl t4outh116 r K- NoS Houth1100 A x- N0l4 North 4 i4U A K- NonNortbIIr P X No 471047 A X- JOS No coJ K S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The fnrm of tea RCrtS of good blue grillS land lying one mllo North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water fruit acres of timbered land one mlln Knil of McKlnney half wider fence plenty of water and good tobacco land He e grow ntcrop A OIV tNK AKent McKlunty Ky Fall and Winter Stock taken u tailor ot ox r4perience Thenyourelolheswbetheralow price business lull or the llnest clothe will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also lake your mea ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coat and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on band ready for your Inspection HO BOPIKV The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE 1 can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a peclaUyofwre tbl purposesIn above I have nil klndsof vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OIlR1STIAN GREEN HOUSES KU llDIIBAKn 1KOK Stanford Ky gI Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 36t Office 9d Insure with me and be fully protected Two Small Farms for SalesI One containing 23 acres good 6 room dwelling food stock barn and outbuildings all under good fence and every field well watered 1 acre In young orchard 8 year- soIdl4acrestn grass In good state of cultivation raised 1200 pounds tobacco and 15 bushels wheat per acre on It last year Price two Second tract of M 4 acres with Srooni tenant houseCZ foot tobacco barn well wAtered 00 acres under new fence bal once In floe timber IS acres well cleared fine corn and tobncco land IrlceIm Hit Homerl1 mile from pike ou county road Address or see me nt Stanford Ky Ii O DE- ltnYINSURANCE eBMAHONY- 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 dis count JfLBeazleyCoJ UndeitaKere and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture Mgtting8Rug8 They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them aCalli Prices Right STAFFORDKENTUCKY J C McCIary Undertaker Embalmer and DealerlnHarnessSsddlerySTANFORD L Office Phone 187 HomelFlionef t a j r 1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE Field of hay In stack MIf Mattie V Kirby 2t Two fresh Jersey cows for sale W C Shanks Stanford Ky Winter seed oats for sale Jones Baughman Moreland Ky We have 35 or 40 No 1 feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes Co Huston vllle Ky G D Strader the well knowa Lex ington horseman died auddenly at Kalamazoo Mich FOR SALEAbout DO 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 CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 26 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 FOR SAtE Pair 16hand horse mules two yearlings and one colt Register ed Duroc boar and some young boars ready for service R II Crow Shelby City Ky R F D No2 box 28 James B Ilaggin owner of tho El mendorf estate near Lexington has signed his crop of 400 acres of Burley tobacco to the pooling movement thereby the leaders think assuring the suc cess of the pool W P Kincaid bought in Madison and Garrard counties about 100000 pounds of tobacco at 10 to 13 cents He will receive this tobacco at Paint Lick Mr Kincaid is now buying tobacco in this county and pays the beet prices- A red steer weight about 500 pounds with horns and red paint on right hip got in my bunch as I was leaving Stanford Monday Owner can get same by paying for this notice and his keep WE Moss Lancaster Ky Uhlan the famous black trotter with- a record of 202i made last week in a trial heat was sold by Charles Sanders of Salem Mass to Frank Jones of Memphis Tenn for 35000 Mr Jones Is supposed to be acting as agent of C K G Billings of Cleveland 0 owner of Lou Dillion STRAYEDBroncho horse branded on left shoulder about 141 hands high heavy main and tail foretop cut out Few white hairs near top of the neck where collar worked Coming five years old good shape brown in color 10 reward for his return to L C Temple ton Judson Garrard county Ky Mr William Herndon who also ran a very poor race with Judge Cantrlll for the Court of Appeals tried to get the Republican committee of his dis trict to endorse him for circuit judge against Judge M Ct Saufley but that body seemed to think that the Demo cratic nominee is a good enough man for the place and declined Mr Hern dons overtures The Lancaster man is now engaged In circulating a peti tion to put his name on the ballot but if he succeeds It will do him no good In the first place Mr Herndon is not a vote getter and in the second his rep utation as a lawyey IS not of the class of Judge Saufley who has demonstrat ed in several terms on the bench and In divers other ways that he is u jurist of the highest order The fact of the business is we doubt if Judge Herndon knows as much law as the Court of Ap peals says by its reversals that Judge Parker does The voters of the Stan ford district are not likely to turn down tho eminent jurist for a man whom even his own party doesnt seem to think capable of filling the office of circuit judge Lexington Gazette A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr Druggist Qulck A box of Bucklens Arnica SalveHeres a juarter For tho love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself terribly Johnnie cut his foot with the axe Mumloa scalded Ia cant walk from piles Bllllo has bolls and my corns ache She got It and soon cured all the family Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by Pennys Drug Store w Economies are current which Are even practiced by the rich When theyd recoup From losses into which theyre drawn They very often feast upon Terrapin soup The rich man only deems it sport To take in sail when he is short Of ready cash He often lives on frugal faro And bids the thirty chef prepare Venison lash A tickling ordry cough can bequlck ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store The club men foxy are you knpw To dodge complaint They have a ladies day to show How bad they aint Pains of women head paths or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store The taking of testlmonrfor the de fense In the suit of Mis souri to oust the International lIar vestcrComl 8ny for alleged violation of url antlttustlaws began at St Louis Former Theodore Brace conducted the proceedings as SupremeCourt i d 1tlolfl Night On Bald Mountain On a lonely night AlexBenton ot Fort Edwards N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings Now Discovery that had cured himself of asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later It cured his sons wife of a severe lung trouble Millions bellcvo Its the greatest Throat and Lung cure on earth Coughs Colds I Crdup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs not surely cured by It Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough COc and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store He seems to know a good deal about the chicken business Yes its this way Ho took home a hen one Saturday night for Sunday dinner Understand- I do t And she laid an egg in Ithe coop See- The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electric nit ters Is the greatest health builder tho world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters if weak rundown or sickly Only 60c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Why do they call this the sweet land of liberty I can understand tho liberty part but why sweet Well we have our forest preserves and also our subway jam Go With A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings New Life Pillsis astounding Pennys Drug Store people say they never saw the like Its because they never fall to cure sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion BJHous ness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c FOR SALE Htock Dry Goods Notions Groceries rlardwareflnwnreAc aoou Sooo llo Ing fair business Liberal term- s01lIfAItltlHUrabOrchard Ky STOP THAT HEADACHE 11 y eyes properly fitted with tnjHtunrQrdguarantee IracUon alsocarrles in stock Edison phonographs and the latest records which you CHII for cash or on monthly Installments Call and let us talk tbu matter over JotR TJoSTJoLI KKKK Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock ot Gro ceries and n good bust ness Will Invoice about fiJM lleason 111 health OKO nHOPFEH Stanford Xjr SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NCERtyG I lain prepared todo nil klndsot surveying and olvll engineering promptly My work will bo guaranteed and my are reasonable Write me nt klcKlnne or cnll me IluslouvllleExchaltgeVVAtiPKH MOKINNKY FARMS FOR SALE I 1 with to sell privately my farm of 61 acres nt Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four miles from McKlnney Hn on It Rood levroom dwulling good house lino water etc iJmtileInhighstate ofcut tlvntlon Also have four otlivr small fiirms for sale All well Improved Terms salts fnctorynOHIllLKSUntordi KyU F D No1 I G B PRU ITT Moroland Kentucky New Fall Line Millinery now in Also JScw Furniture cotuirg in al most daily G B PJWITT Mordant Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vtuivs antl Hottees Olllco olid work JIc Kinney K- yFarm for Sale On Danville llustonvjlle plko of StO acres land In Thlstnnulsweilimprovedgoalwell- and cistern and abundance of stock water furnished front neverfalling springs Most of farm In gross to tarot in the next DO dayi together with the stock highbredmares 4 registered MreKUMrvO stallion K acres of corn 13 or 20 stacks of hayI farm lag implements of I will till whole outfit or nn partof tho stock and If I sell the farm without the stock I must suit not later thanu day so as to ulvo me time tomake a tale of inr stock Also have ioodd mules from work mules down to colts appredate of this tarn Any person from a distance desiring to see this can conic to More land Lincoln county Ky on tho Queen A Orescent route this farm being only about Vi mile from station 1111 KINO Moreland Ky EXECUTORS SALE or two houtes and lots In lluitonvlllo Ky As executor of the will of Mrs Untile IllthopdrcvsiHxli will on the premUvs In Iluitonvllle Kyat about the hour of X oclock p M on- HATDHDAY OOT11W soil n publIc auctionto tho highest bidder the two houses and InU InKustoiivlllu Ky which tstriitrlx owned at her death One l the house Mitt lot on the North side of Main street and which Includes the house where the postotllcc u now kept Tho lot has a Ironing on Main street of about CO feet and extends back about US feet and around to Danvilla itrrcton which It has n Irontageofabuutafwt The hove h IX stories contains aroomsandkltobeh There li a good well on the lot The other lot fronts on the North side of Main street about U feet und extends buck about 1 10 feet to an alley it adjoin thu other lot and Includes two storerooms Tortus are half cash balance 12 months credit on load neourlty bvarlitg Interest froth tiny of unit and secured by lien on the property with prtvlleuo to the purchasers to pay the notes before maturi ty Riven Nov I iwe and deed Ito bu then Hindu JWAltO AUOHN Kxor the Lincoln County national Day Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 4OOOOOQ Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTERDOOKKEEPERHVVS DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks StAuford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Kan kin Luncastcr J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek K L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins PresicherBville Lilburn Gooch GilbcrU Creek Lexington Trots OCT 5 TO 16 THE GREATEST W THE WORLDY STAKES 85000 PURSES 21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 5 3000 TENNESSEETuesday Oct 5 5000 TRANSYLVANIAThursday Oct 7 3000 CUP STAKE Monday OFE11 GREAT 203 PACE A FridayOct 9 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thursday Oct 14 Other Sensational Races Daily IKebers Prize Band of America BLANCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist Ih IN DAILY CONCERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS 1 Look Look LooktIJust received a complete Hue of Fall and Winter Slices for Men Women t and Children In 1atciita VicU Gun Metal Ox JJlood and Box Cnlf MoreIstyles than over shown here before Prices arc always tho lowestII SAM ROBINSON I STANFORD KYIt r Stanford Garage Machine Co I INCORPORATED lw 1 t I AUTOMOBILES j I FEED CUTTERSIGASOLINE ENGINES CRUSHERS FARM IMPLEMENTS I AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT H B NORTHCOTT j t Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All I l Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber I H B NORTHCOTT StanforH TIj BELDEN Kor lions oust 04rrJa Painting and Trim ming Illper HnnBliiKUunnndUxsksmith Ing Mho o ltedepot- J J mtltiKXHtauford Ky CONCRETINGWe IJretlnll such is 1IIod Nork laveulents and In fact we can make silty bUtt trout s house down to n fence port We din serve you promptly and guarantee Ilrrt einee work und material inland lIt our prices ttfforo you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS f Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine Mue grass farm for sate situated on Ike hear Point Leaven and six miles south of Ijincastor containing MJ acres well located III goon rood being part of the John walker tract with u hand some now two stury sevenroom rrsldvnru thereon with nil nwossary outbulldlnusand good new i irn WxflO well watered six never ailing springs and creek running through TEUMS S cash In hand Isalanco one stud two Iln from tinyof ante l urliig six per e nt Interest such place write or lcreoullookingPfuGr WAiifisu Htnnford wnrlrrJ ouRfJUULI fsatkersT4dlowBculhaxGieacnpGoldegStaliYellowRootletc ate Dealers end can do better for then or commiuion BleIchDU- Refefence nr Bak in Louurillr Vrite fot WKlySriCEli t ea4 lup ping tags bags tree M SA11EL SONS S nUlIHD IN lees 2a1EaatkISL LOUISVILLE KY ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE My tine Blue bluegrass farm SJi mites West or Hustonvllle one mile from pike and Carpenters Htatlon consisting of 183 acres or rich hemp or tooocco land nil In grass This farm can be equally to advantage so nl to have a good DWELLING HOUSE- on each piece also nil necessary outbuild IllS The farm lays almost In a square only oneungle In lines There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables one tenant house good water In ovory field I six lasting springs wlth three streams run fling through t oct J Steele Carpenter 1IvvorvlLLnKY- J1 IllstThe McKinney Woolen McKinney KyiI Is now In operation nail is ready to serve ldnqyItlankelsIrtannadsYarns highrotC IL V11KIHT Iror Small Farm For Sale I 1 dwilre to sell privately nay farm of tT notes in Unoolti county owii nilln traia neighborhoodtulle from selioolhouw lAnd all voryprtit oulrJD+ house of six rooms now horn and all other nndlrultJT MVINCIHTON U K 1 No I Htnnford Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance gatelatchesmy gates on the county road through my fnrm concluded to orrrIn rewaril for tnformntloii leading to tbii rnnvlctlon of such or persons I will tlnrefori givothoiumof tfi fur tnfor mutlon IcadlliK to tlc arn t and conviction l or any party or parties that havn broken the latches oil any of my gatcsor thnl have- sawed down or turn down any ot my gates on the county road which runs trout tho lIuttoDvlllu turnpike to the MllliilKevlllo turnpike through my farutslid 111 give a r the saute amount for Information leading r to the arrest nnd conviction of any party or IwrtlKS who In the future commit misty aj the ahoy olfeII Augustlnu i k Dinwiddie T oj co j rIHustonville Ky I Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate Ilne1 j of goods