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TTRSSiTr f 1 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tVOL xxxv STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 4 1907 NO 27 I CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Goshen at 3 oclock next Sunday after noon A clock once owned by John Wesley and presented by him to tho John street Methodist church in New York City Is still doing good ecrvlco in the church at 44 John street Tho prayer meeting at tho Christian church will begin at 715 tomorrow Wednesday night in order tnat thosi i who attend may go to tho Recital at tho College if they so desire On next Sunday morning at the Christian church Eld Joseph Ballou will fill y tho pulpit It will bo the 40th nnnlver vary of his ministry and a good sensible sermon may bo expected There wil bo no services at night Itev L Humphreys pastor for the church at Lawrcnccburi for tho lat four years has sent in his resignation to tho deacons of tho church lies resignation was accepted and he will leave tho first of Juno to take t charge of tho First Presbyterian church at Henderson Tho fiftieth anniversary of tho pastor ate of tho Rev Dr Henry M Scuddo was celebrated at tho Presbyterian church in Eliraville whero Dr Scuddo has continuously labored for half a cen tury Tho celebration lasted all day and was attended by many Presbyterian ministers from all parts of tho State DoctorEvery Man His Tho average man cannot afford to employ a physician for every slight aliment or injury that may occur In tiLis family nor can ho afford to nog them as so slight an Injury as Uto scratch of a pin has been known to cause the loss of a limb Hence nvcrjr itxan must from necessity bo his own doctor for this class of ailments Success often depends upon prompt treatment whloh can only bohad when suitable medicines afro kept at hand Chamberlains Remedies have been In tho market for many years and enjoy a good reputation Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Iarrhoua Hemody for bowel oom plaints Chamberlains Cough Uomedy for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Chamberlains Pain Halm an antiseptic liniment for outs bruises burns sprains swelling tamo back and rheumatic pains Chamberlains Stomach and LlvOr Tablets for Constipation biliousness and stomach troubles- Chamberlains Salvo for diseases of toM skip Ono bottlo of each of thoso five prep J arations Costs but 8125 For solo by nil druggistsDid see a lame man who was crippled on tho right sido7 said u surgeon I never noticed I Well notice next time and nine to ono youll find that tho poor fellow will limp on the loft not tho right leg In fact 85 per cent of the lame havo len lido lameness Almost 9 out of 10 crappies In other words are 0 K on the right side The reason Nobody knows A Fortunate Texan Mr K W Goodloo of 107 St Louts St Dallas Tux says In tho past year I havo bocomo acquainted with Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills and no laxative I over before trlod HO effect f ually disposes of malaria and bilious ness Thoy dont grind nor gripe 35o at Pennys drug store It is hoped that tho opponents of punishment will consent to an exception o case of horse thieves and who fall to for tho f t Icounty paperCentral Record BLACK HAWK 5 ynr old tinvyilone black with hllllOlntM lJ Imnili high servo Jn nata III for Ink colts tlrtftl for Innnnt timrunt FM to Iniuro n living roll Tlnrtt rtnl with forfeit Inmirniico Im nt c month Not reiponilhlo fur- aeoldentalnould nay occur Call andte und Jiirk colts n wi ll Venn Ink cnn do ns to on the lIuOllrlllnl1I how you inttMiil if will pioniurv In how coltsf m farmto Innuro n 0 ni llnok llnwk Will nLaarvc ii low miiiv wlih my high IJrltl colt 11II1lltllIlollcu IVJiMfOhleri Beau Naboth 45006 IlvNnlmtti dniu Nora llnURlimnn by Aonn11f h y KlecllonccrlSB Nora iInugh linn Lola J by Mutropolltini ofltar1bny1111 MU ver dim by lniport l Trnntiy eth dRill hy Thornton a Hauler llt nu Is a liiuul laud of gent- spuodlyloandnetiottflint of iwrfuct con n shown hit nlill It qunlltlusI Nnltothx pevlb crw towe hick to on Jedh sire and unini aldo nnd nlio on ilitm side to the dmlrnhlo thoroughbred orocl- wllltandatbarnof Whlto Ik niko t ntflBTUlNHlTUHAIilVmnCOtTMare Mon y nmro with or bind tlmwliore brat iwrional euro taken though no rllOlIlIb lIty for nccl donts or viicnpu J M 1KTTtIH Stanford Ky Here and There A German hygienic expert main tains that lying in the open air is much more beneficial than walking The amount of coal produced in Ken tucky last year according to n bulletin issued by the Geological Survey waL 9073536 tons valued at 9791823 Five persons were killed and 11 wounded four probably fatally in a wreck on tho Cuban Eastern railroad near Guantanamo A car loaded with workmen rolled down a steep embank mentMrs Edna Humclhagcn was shot and killed by Herbert E Springer at Freeport III who chased Mrs Humcl hagen from her baby through a crowd in Ninth street thinking she was anoth er woman Patrick Calhoun Thornwcll Mullaly T L Ford W E Abbott Abraham Ilucf and Mayor Schmitz were ar raigned in San Francisco on Indictments charging them with bribery and were given ono week to answer J Matt Sloan was shot and instantly killed by Tote Stricklin at Leo City Wolfo county Sloans body was rid dlled with bullets being shot six times Ho had only recently been released from tho Stato penitentiary being on jury in the caso of the Stato of Texas ngalnst the WatersPierce OilI Company rendered a verdict at Austin granting tho States prayer that tho company bo ousted and assessing penal ties amounting to 1621900 Tho oil company will appeal the case The American Tobacco Company has made an otter to the Hurley Tobacco Growers Association for tho entire lOOGI crop which has been pooled and of which none has been sold It is believed that tho growers havo succeeded in beating the trust in the fight for high er damage was dono in Central Kentucky especially in Carlisle andI Paris by a heavy rain and electrical storm which struck that section Sat urday In Carlisle a creek rose so rapI- dly that occupants of houses on its banks had to bo removed in buggies The main damage was to tobacco plants many beds being washed bare Commonwealths Attorney Waugh of tho district including Elliott county and who is to assist in tho prosecution of tho Hargises does not want Judge Daugherty to preside at tho trials and has suggested to Gov IJerkham tho names of Judgo M C Saufloy of Stanford W B Moody of Eminence and Uotts of Owen ton as acceptable to him Remarkable Rescue That truth Is stranger than lotion has once more been demonstrated In the little town of Fedora Porno tho residence of CP Pepper Ho writes I was In led entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs nod throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had lied when I ln gan taking Dr ICings Now DlBcovflry Then Instant relief canto The coughing soon eons ed the bleeding diminished rapidly and in throe weeks I was nhlo to go to work to Guaranteed euro for coughs ROIl colds ftOc and el at Pennys drug store Trial bottle freo Two giant Kentuckians attracted at tention hero last night at the Jefferson Hotel Leaning on his crutches Capt W J Stone of Kuttftwa towered above all around him except Judge Albert S Berry of the Newport Judi cial district The band from tho Lou isvillo Industrial School of Reform made a big hit Kentucky is well represented at tho Confederate reunion Richmond Va Dispatch There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to de velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps the whole sys tem in perfect order Do not be im posed upon Thero aro imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho mar ket ask your druggist for Whites genuine Diamond Brand If youre going to mako a speech Cut it short If youvo simply got to preach Cut it short If you feel youre going to stray From the path of virtue say Only go a little way Cut it short a Do Not Neglect The Children- At this season of tho year tho first mnaturullooseness of childs bowels should have Immediate attention The llCst thing that can bo given is Chain jorlalna Colic Cholera and DIar boon Remedy followed by castor oil as directed with each bottlo of tho cmody For sale by all druggists In the six months ended Juno 20 2 19720 miles of new railway track were aid in this country a greater amount of now construction than in any cor six months in the last 15 rears excepting 1902 when new construction aggregated 2314 miles NEWS NOTES At Harlan CourtHouse Elijah Blar ton was given a lifo sentence for mut dcrHeavy rains and swollen streams are causing much damage in various parts of tho South A monument erected by tho miner to former Gov Waite of Colorado was unveiled at Aspen Ground was broken for the Alaska YukonPacific Exposition which will beheld in Seattle in 1909 Lightning struck the paper cutter In the office of the Paris Democrat nar rowly missing Editor RemmlnglonI Henry Johnson a Negro was mobbed near Alexandria La for attempts criminal assault on the wife of his em ployerJames M McCutchoon for 25 years president of the Bank of Russellvillt died nfter a long illness at his home In Russcllvillo Tho Missouri Supremo Court has de creed that Lord Frederick Seymour Harrington shall be hanged July 25 tor the murder of J P McCann President Roosevelt has awarded a medalof honor to Miss Mary Guinai of Middletown N Y for heroism In risking her life to save that of an age manScores of people were injured at a cornerstone laying at WilkcsBarro Pa by the collapse of a church flooring Bishop Hoban of Scranton was slight injuredCurt JeLL tho noted mountain feud 1st for failure to perform his task In tho State Penitentiary at Frankfort was whipped and then confined in tho dungeonIt that a movement wil be started in Canton 0 to preserve tho McKinley homo intact as a memorial of tho home life of President and Mrs McKinley The iron workers strike in San Francisco was settled 20000 men were involved The men return to work or the same conditions that prevails before thestrike According to figures based on an investigation conducted by Harbor Commissioner Stafford there aro about 40 000 persons idle in San Francisco ai the direct result of the existing laboi troublesIt been decided by District At torney Langden of San Francisco to call a meeting of tho grand jury to consider the advisability of tak ing steps for tho ousting of Chief or Police Dinan The Court of Appeals in passing or a case from Trigg county decided that when tho entire county has voted dry one precinct cannot hold n separate election to determine the sense of the voters in that district Jesse James n son of tho noted bandit of that name was graduate from tho Kansas City School of Lav last week receiving tho highest grads of any in his class of 38 Ho wit practice in Kansas City Tho authorities havo discovered evidence of murder and suicide in tho case of the two sisters whoso bodies were found in n creek near Springfield III It is believed that one girl killed the other and then committed suicide Suits aggregating more than twin tho valuo of the entiro railroad hay boon filed against the Covington FIcm ingsburg and Ashland railroad as a result of tho wreck near Flomingsburj when a train went through a trestle George Burnham Jr former general counsel of the Mutual Reserve Lif Insurance Company who is serving 0 term in Sing Sing for grand larceny to havo a new trial under a decision handed down by the Appellate Divisioi of the New York Supremo Court Over tho objections made by Mrs Jane Dowio and her son A J Gladstone Dowie Judge Lnndia in tho Federal Court at Chicago entered an orde granting authority to Receiver John C Hatcly receiver of the Zion City property to sell the property immedi ately Militiamen of the Kentucky State Guard will voto on tho question of whether or not tho annual encampment will be held this year at Jamestown the encampment can bo hold there if the men will agree to give up five days pay instead of receiving pay for tho entire 10 days The Magic No3 Number three is u wonderful mascot or Geo 11 Parris of Cedar Grove Mo according to u letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kldnoy trouble and becoming greatly llscouraged by tho failure to find re lief I tried Electric Bitters and as u result I am a well mutt today Tin Iraq bottle relieved and three bottles jomploted tho cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny druggist SOc Tho Sahara has over onehalf the area of tho United States Its population is very small for its area Tho Libyan Nubian deserts are only n continuation of it to the Red sea h HUSTONVILLE Allen Reid shipped a double deck car of lambs to Cincinnati Friday for which they paid 61c The Ladies Aid Society gave a mos delightful ice cream and strawberry supper Friday evening from which they realized about to Mr Abe Newton and excellent family will leave soon to mako Winchester their future home where Mr Newton will build a largo up to date rink Union prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at the Christian church will bt lead by Rev IL P Jackson the new pastor of the Baptist church All in vited Peter hedge the eteran mail carrier from Liberty here holds the record for landing tho largest green bass of the season which tipped the beam at ex actly seven pounds Miss Katherine Hall was tho recip- Ient of over 20 beautiful graduating presents besides flowers galore Mrs Joe B Williams is at tho bedside of her mother Mrs Wesley who is seri ously ill at her home at MiddJeburg Olympian Springs again comes to the front by sending home cured another case of 10 ycar old rheumatism Tho patient had attended Indianas noted springs for many months without relief Three weeks did the work at Olympian Springs Miss Julia Damron and Mrs M K Wilson were among the shoppers in our city last week Misses Sallie and Eliza beth Hawkins of Corbin attended commencement exercises in honor of Miss Katherine Hall ono of the grad uatesID Burton Thursday night and killed and wounded 16 Southdown ewes and lambs for James K Helm Mr Helms loss is heavier than his neighbors as ho has realized as high as 10 each for his lambs at home Rev S B Lander will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening Morning subject Light at Evening time The new furniture carpets lights and repairs have all been completed and a cordial invitation is ex tended to all to attend without fail next SundayW Cowan sold Combest Car son of Phil 220 acres of land opposite tho residence of T L Carpenter and known as the Wm Reid place at 85 The survey will bo made and possession given soon A splendid residence will bo built on this farm opposite Mr Car pentersMiss Pence and sister Misses Elizabeth Baughman of Stanford and Josephine Sandidgo were guests of Miss Sadie Baughman and sister lost week Miss Vida Weddle of Somerset was the guest of Mrs W P Carson com mencement week Miss Sallie Cook of Nashville is visiting numerous relatives and friends here the scenes of her childhood days and happy home for many years John Coffey of Columbia bought a harness mare of James Yowell for 215 a horse of George Wright for 200 and one from John RifTo for 110 Allen Reid shipped Monday ono car of 225 pound hogs from Stanford and one from Danville for which they paid 6c also a car of butcher cattle from Moreland at 2 to 3Jc The popularity of these gen tlemen is evidenced by their immense business in live stock trading in this and adjoining counties Rev Dr K Crawford professor of Hebrew in the Presbyterian Seminary of Louisville formerly of Danville filled the pulpit of Rev S B Lander hero Sunday morning His distinct conception of the most inexplicable passages of tho Bible are grasped with absolute perfcctncss and so plainly nnd succinctly explained that tho wayfarer though a fool could not fall to under stand A largo congregation heard him nnd many congratulated him after the serviceDespite a continued rain on Friday evening the opera house was packed to standing room only to witness the 3rd commencement exercises of our high school All participants in the excellent program acquitted themselves in a manner highly creditable to them selves and to the faculty Flowers and presents in lavish exuberance were in pronounced evidence Tho graduates Misses Katherine B Hall Rose Mc- Cormack Ella Barnett nnd Mr Boyd Woatherford were presented their do aromas by Mr Chas Wheeler president of the board of education in a brier but impressive manner Tetter Cured- A lady customer of ours had suffer ell with totter for two or tnreo years It got so bad on her hands that should e not attend to her household utles Ono box of Chamberlains Salvo cured her Chamberlains mod olnes give splendid satisfaction in his cpmmunlty M H IODNEY Co Almond Ala Chamberlains medicines arofor salo by all druggists Two pcoplcwere killed and 11 injured la a trolley car at Elyria 0 GRIFFON BRAND Snappy Clothes OrifTon Brand nil wool Guaranteed Clothes are lead ers Try ours anti be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Purina Baby Chickt Another shipment of Purina Baby Chick Feed just received Try it Everybody like it for little chicks W H HIGG1NSI Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Icntucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS- iJ 15 Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gen W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk or Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummin Ircacliersville L G Gooch Wnyneslmrg Ky ATTENTIONINow is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked over Also have a full line of Harness Phone 174 EST RENCE Something To Tickle The 1 Women Folks 1 A Stove with tho largest oven that you over sawnnd sumo other extra good features combined with a firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you aro in need of a Cook Stove do not fail to see mo before you buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up to 8150 H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky IS Tinner and Plumber jI uT isIn ir oo alt The Interior Journal E C WALTON J T ROBERTS It ft candidate for Magistrate In the Crnb Orchard Magisterial District subject to tho otlonot the democratic party JOHN J MOSER Iin candidate for jolter of Lincoln count subject to the action of tho Democrat arty- M BRUCE If n candldntn for Jailer of Lincoln counts subject to thu ueilou of the VClllocrllllc party JAMES C HAYS counllubJtd c party D C ALLEN Ii cnndldntc for Assessor of Lincoln cOlin ty subject to tho nctlon of the iHnioorath party WHY is It that many folks get to church and other public places late 7 It can not be that business at home or elsewhere always detains them but youll notice that certain people never get any where on time Wo qre constrained to believe that it is ahabit and a very pernicious habit it is At the churches in Stanford probably a third of thoso who attend come in after the services have begun many arriving af ter tho ministers have begun their dis courses This is annoying both to the preachers and those who want to hear the sermon At the opera house there are those who wait until the first act is well under headway before they arrive and if they do not get a good seat they display their lack of a good disposition It is impossible to be on time always but it is useless to bo behind on every occasion and if thoso who have practic ed tardiness knew how very silly it is we believe they would stir their stumps and so mend their ways as to shake the bad habit of being late for good and all Start the Summer by trying to be on time at church and elsewhere TUB prohibitionists evidently want to carry tho Eighth district Four of the officers nominated by their convention last week live in it and two are from the good county of Jessamine The ticket is as follows Governor Rev L L Pickett Wilmore Lieutenant Gov ernor Kev J C Hocker Owensborb Secretary of StateC A Singer Lou isville State TreasurerJ P Easley Harrisonville Shelby county State Auditor0 T Wallace Point Lavell Garrard county Attorney General Wayne Cooper Salyersvllle Commissioner of AgriculturerA W Carpenter Lincoln county Superintendent of Public InstructionB F Haynes of Wilmore president of Asbury College If all of the men are as good as the one living in this county the ticket mightbe a good one to support by those who will not vote for the splendid nominees of the democratic party Tim Appellate Court reversed the judgment of the Livingston Circuit Court in a case of the Register News paper Company against Eldon Stone and remanded for a new trial Apcllee secured judgement below for 350 for alleged libel In reversing the judgment the court says that a plaintiff will not be allowed after he has sued one for repeating that which he has said of himself to come into court and say that although he said it it was not in fact true The court says that if such a rule obtained no newspaper could ever with safety publish the proceed ings of a court of justice AT tme fell swoop of the axe 204 employees of the government printing office were decapitated last week due it is said to the continued falling off in the bindery because of the amend ments to the printing laws reducing the size of the annual government re ports If half the entire force was discharged there would then bo a suf ficient number to do the work A sit in the government printing office is a eineeureIT said that the Southern Rail froad management is considering cut- tingt out cigarette smoking by its emI plover as the habit tends to impair iefficiency The whole employing in to bar cigarette smokers from employment The habitual user is generally worthless and untrustwor thy SENATOR PETTUS is right There is nothing to be made out of the Browns ville investigation The public feels no further interest in the matter the large majority believing that the Pres ident did right in firing the whole shooting match from the army in dis grace DANIEL FHEDEIUCK SHRINER of Dayton 0r has a record unequaled by any other man in the country During his i 71 years he has established 36 news- papersI 32 of which still survive The survival is about as remarkable as the establishment Tim old Confeds after a delightful l reunion at Richmond Va decided to meet next year at Birmingham Ala Gen Stephen D Leo was reelected I r Grand Commander roundedJout the year existence i 1 us tr POLITICAL Addle L hasbeen appointed postmaster at Albia Pulaski county Over 300 salary increases in the offices of Kentucky postmasters have ben decided upon by tho department R M Johnson of Rockcastle has announced for the republican nom n ition for Representative from Laurel and Rockcastle Gov Cummins announcement of his candidacy to succeed tho venerable Senator Allison has caused considerable comment among Iowa politicians George S Wilson was nominated as the Democratic candidate for Representative in Union county and Dr Reynolds was nominated in Nicholas and Robertson counties President Roosevelt speaking at tho unveiling of tho monument to tho let Gen Henry W Lawton at Indianapo lis declared that national incorpora tlon of railroads was his persona preference Mr Bryan speaking at the James town Exposition on Patrick Henry Day severely arraigned tho Ameri can rule in tho Philippines and con demned the operation of the new rail road rate law- President Roosevelt spent six hours in Lansing Mich Friday during which time ho made three speeches The principal address was delivered at the semicentennial celebration of tho found ing of agricultural colleges in the UnIt- ed StatesPearl of Louisiana who has lied under consideration for tho past six weeks the offer of tho commission ership of Internal Revenue hasdecided to accept tho place if ho is allowed n month or two longer to take a vacation and settle his business affairs Tho presidential boom of Senator Philander C Knox former Attorney General is gaining great impetus throughout Pennsylvania and the dis inclination of tho President to frown upon the movement has given the friends of the Senator in that State much encouragement If John W Daniel says the word Virginia will send to the Democratic National Convention a delegation in structed for him for tho presidential nomination says Representative Hay of Virginia Mr Hay regards tho re cent interview with Senator Daniel in the light of placing tho Senator in the race He believes he can be nominated and make tho national contest at least interesting for the Republicans IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The store of James Donovan of liar rodsburg was completely destroyed by fireW E Amon bought the Adams farm near Camp Dick Robinson 200 acres at 9750 The Citizens Bank was organized at Albany with 15000 capital stock with the following officers W M Johnson president James A Warinner vice president II L Wallace of Paint Lick cashier The Richmond chapter of tho D A R will erect a stone monument to mark the site of old Fort Boonesbor ough in Madison county The ground has been donated by the owner and the necessary money has been raised to erect a handsome and appropriate marker Judge Shely of Lawrenceburg granted the request of the wets at Law renceburg tohold a separate election for the county on local option The elec tion set for June 11 has been set aside and the court orders that tho next election be held not sooner than CO days after May 14 The Jamestown Trip Contest con ducted by the Kentucky Register of Richmond ended with Miss Margaret Phelps winner over her closest opponent Miss Bessie Park by a majority of 15285 votes Both will however be sent to tho exposition at the Registers expense N I Buster Sr of Mercer county died suddenly at Springfield where ho was on a visit to his daughter Mrs Ino Robards He was one of the wealth- Iest and most prominent farmers and stock men in Central Kentucky Mr Buster suffered a stroke of paralysis about two months ago but was thought to have almost recovered from this The necessary money has been sub scribed and a fine new hotel will be erected at Lancaster at an early date All modern improvements and conveniences will be included in the new building and the handsome structure will be quite an ornament to the northeast section of the public square It will be erected on the site of the Hotel Garrard At a meeting of the Eighth District Publishers League at Lexington Ed DShnick of the Shelby Record was elected president D M Hutton of tho the Harrodsburg Herald vicepresident A D Miller of the Richmond Climax secretary The league will hold its next meeting at Estill Springs during KentuckyPress TonsI- f yon would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative effect clear tho heai and cleanse the stomach Price 25 coats Samples free at all drug gists I IMATRIMONIAL was Richmond shortly after his marriage in Lancaster- to Miss Kate Norris on a charge Ii stealing a camera in Knoxville and spent his honeymoon in jailIMemorial services were held in Mrs opIprcssive address delivered- Sheriff Hclmick of Randolph county West Virginia declines to collect sa loons licenses because ho believes this- aids and countenances saloons In which- he docs not believe- Strong resolutions in favor of tern peranco and against cigarettes wen adopted by tho Elizabctntown M E Conference which has closed its sea sions at Brandenburg- An unknown Italian was shot three times and badly wounded by Bright Chasteen near Conway Rockcostli county It is claimed that the foreign er was trespassing on Chasteens prom isea Rev W W Graham probably the oldest minister in the United States who had preached the greater portion of his life in one church without ever receiving ono cent of pay was found dead in bed In his home in Mercer coun ty Fearing that he would be murdered for tho money ho had stored in his house Willis Smith of near Pulaski Tenn deposited the entire amount 30000 in quarters and haICdollarsln- a bank there and tho city is now flooded with the old coins PIANO FOR SALE I Kerell Plano Vprlght nnd used only n hon time for mile cheap lharlrButch cr Irub orchard Ky NOTICE I As administrator of Mrs K II Italian notify those having claim ugntnst her cs ate to prevent them properly verified to mo lit over Thoto owing the mate will please rfttleat earliest opportunity It K bailee tin nftrntor SIr K Il UallardHtunford Ky PUBLIC SALE I helm of Mr and Mrs K H Kalian we on WKDNKHDAY JUXK It IUff in tho premHei nt oclock x sell to followinglescrltxdand Tho farm Is situated ono tulle from Uunfonl on Lancaster pUeand Is known ns the Wither plan The property consists of n good Hroom dwelling homo bUll Ice houarandnil necessary The adjoins the turnpike hnvlng u beau Iful front yard running to same All of this farm Is In grass but about M arcs It poplnrUmlMJrnever falllnz The fencing In llrstclassnnd lien well It Is due of the most beautiful homes In Lincoln county At the tame time nnd place will also sell some household furniture We will uloonT- IIUItMIIAY JUNKS01W7 on the premises at oclock 101 sell to thy highest and Iwit bidder the wellknown K II Italian farm near Taint Lick This farm contain 210 acres of tint land and U very drslnrtdeplccuof property The dwell- Ing contains rooms and Is In perfect re pair There are nil necessary outbuildings and two new barns One mock hllrllII i having Oliox stalls J cribs and shots full length of barn The tobacco warn Is Tlxlll and practically new The place Is under gotbutwood t Lancaster turnpike one tulle North of Point Lick At same time and place will sell the Hplllman farm miles from Taint Lick Tills place contains III acre of Innd on a good house of 7 room good outbuildings born holding al out 7 acres of tobacco und plenty of water It has about W acres of bottom land nil of this land lie Ing In grass but uboul S acre It Is under good fence and Very productive At same time unit place will also sell the farm locat ed on VnInut Meadow Creek about 5 sidles Kastof Taint Lick containing 1st acre of land It n good nrootn house with all necessary outbuildings plenty of water nnd under good fence It Is abut In gen It Is about four tulle from Jierea near turnpike and has about 40 acres of bottom hind Tills will be an absolute stilt for the aka of division und the lands will positively be old on the dates named Llburnl terms Jwklib will lie announced on tiny of wiles will be made the purchasers Any further Information will gladly furnished Call us nn phone IS Taint Lick Ky at our ex pense Mrs R E Salloo U E H Ballard KING EAGLE f1VolKngle Is hands ugh dark dry with flowing ninne nod tall styleitulIKluiiKHK Hired by Itoyal King W hob ulfrtmk71 he by Htonewall Jackson 7t It man Mollle Ioulltz JJiI wits by time noted sire Iabbollf I exlng ton 114 King KagleV 1st dam Up 1379 she 111011iHnmiirk he by Miller I Denmark 45 4th dnlll by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTK King Kagle Is u combined stallion a breeder of Slue colored mud high styled oils all laving plenty of size and ils colt wlllshow for themselves King Ka llo will make the present seaxon cf llJJ at turntable two unit one hnlf sidle West of Itanfonl on tilt 1IOlt plkeat the low rice of tlSTOlNHUUBALIVINdCOLT Will nlMj stand the grout mule Jock JIM CKKNK sired the great Itllly Keene Irst dam by time Imp John Wells 2nd dam v Iteeuher Jim Keene Is ICjJi liunds high JilekJim1UHK A LIV1NO CO- LTASHLAND BROOK iNo 417M Vol 17 A T 111L bred by Eugene Rack cr Georgetown K AS II IIUOOK ns fouled ivu south Imy with loft hind foot vhlto stands Vf4 hands hl h TKDIOUKK Hired Hllent Brook No Vita record 5t164 the sire of Margaret tlltl7yBlott lJrIIklllht2aA4mrknighttav Ashland IIrookll8t dam Jlunn Alhllll1f1 1Vllkes 2lUl record the AshlandWJlkdsslrelIiyRelWilkesriO Jlmlonroekr5NOTK Ashland Brook Mn handsome fellow with loti of substance bras u bold wlthlotsofgwelstyloandactionhlscoltt torses Ashlund llrook will MTVO n low out lido mare thin eeasount115TO INHUltK A VINO HOLT JennetJnckso tor Jnnetl TO INHUltK 1 LIVrNU romKeenoNtdarn by Levi Ifubbte Prince the sirs of Joe IllackburH nnd JJrlgnoIln Hilly Kerne Atnndl full 18 hands black with while IlOlnll and as a breeder Is unsurpased as brillgIng with or elsewhere forfeits the Insur unce nnd money becomes duo nt tile time of Inch transaction For further particulars call on or WOOVKPhone Ky ATTENTION HORSE OWNERS I I have just bought n most modern and tin proved Impregnutor the cervices of vrhlcl otTer to those loran mare or res tint Wtlllt hnI file Iulpregunto n sure remedy for iHirrcn mares Pry It Its A TTIIAYIOK HOJJ nilhert Creek ricattant Hill llreedlim farm NOTICE Mtuatedfl tulips Koutl of 5lckhtiuoTushtlon on tho I It II on Mlddloburg pike II whIch hacks rllll II now upon for time tnnttnulof Itheunn tlmu Liver Kidney lllndder anti till Mom itch unil liowul Troubles Ulieiimntlini II specialty at reasonable rates Vat parties turn and tunas address KM HlMHlror 1L H nltoxltj lIuslonvllleKy D J SMITH CILBERTSCREEKKY The t ulck HIs nnd Hnmll IrolltJStori You Lire Invited to count In and see my complete tock of new Hummer good HomollilliK for the hot wentlitr xcnion Lot new urnnlle Ware lust received Her it Full itock of Krocerlfiot till kinds Poultry Raising Pays Fnnnersare coming to reallie that poul try ralstng Is tine of tine Id payltiK lilies In till business HtntlsUes show that limo eMi alone pity him more money Ulan lbe out put of flther corn or whenU Now Is the tfte of the r to fowl your fowl n stoat tonic Ueniiiiilier that only healthy itexs 41111 cures lloup Cholera innsarAl Lllll hrrneck make them lay Hive each tick chicken mot drop SorStlateft Uy as n preventive Hive enuh chicken I to IN ilifidotM a day 1rlcr We uiwrnnbml by your drvigglst STAN KOllli JUltM CO PowhiatanBuy horse three yatrold I5S hands high Ity the greitt Dignity tine 1st hun lI- nhIIlnIII1 damn Imillne by Alinout For- eslsnldnutknown us tin Keller nuare very fast weer bred by lUrve Helm Hr ith dnm thoroughbred ruwlmtnn has gnat style and action nerd tin nne Individual You ihonkl hum liofore you breed AV1II make time season of lIor Itt fiirtn one mil from MoKlmiey at HO TO JNHUIIK IIVINU OOLT At satin WarlleM will slnntl nt lit nnd the JnukConquerer rI IIOWKNH MrKlnney Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with tokellmy fnrm s miles Wt of w octal Ilirpcii terBHtatlonconsUllnBoilsi acred of rich blue limp or todteeo lend nil In grass Tilts lacer can d equally dlvldeil to advantage so as to have a good dwelling on each piece also necessary uutlHilldlnii ThtJ fllrlll h nlmod 1IIrto only tingle In lines There are three stuck barns grist tolmcco rllt stnhtw tenant home good water In every Held six springs with a streams running through whole tract J HTEELE FOR SALE A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars ole Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike aad near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days h cash balance to suit purchaser 1or further in formation in regard to this farm write It Hughes or James White Stanford Ky I will stand Five Good Stallions And Five Well Bred Jacks at the low price of SlOto Insure a Living Colt The pony JESSK ALVEKSON will also present season at my barn Bring me a good mare and if the colt is not a good one you neednt pay for it I to satisfy you I contend that I am standing stock lower than any body quality considered See my stal lions and jacks before you breed Grass furnished at the regular price Care taken to drevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should any occur J K lUUGIIMAX Hustonville Ky DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined stallion will make a limit idseasonI1st7atlawlt Mere stock Knrm U tulles West of Ky on the Jlrndfordsvllle A Hustonvllle plko near- lnrpenter HtlIon lit JI6 to Insure II IhlnK colt rlIrtubedor parted with forfeits insurance and money Ucome duo at time of such transaction Lien retained on roll till season Is paid Mures grilled nt KM n month brain fed If desired at reasonable Inter Itlll must bo paid beloro removal of marcs Mares entrusted will receive my attention but wo will not be re sponsible for accident oreiciipesD- KSCBIVTIOX Konled III IWi IMf hands hlghdnrk bay with one front and rear toot white star A model of grout beauty with back long neck deep wellnloplna thouldersnladwith grout styiensonewoudl- xhcct from reading his Hood bone fine fet ami legs wunderfu itamlmi Attractive by halter under saddle laud In harness Hint gaceful movement that iHlongs to him by Inheritance route n long limn or the most famous ancestry of saddle tones the world has over nrodvced by Dignity linn No by Oliuster lhtre IDt1Vol5JAHIIItlie ho by JUuck Rlu loo lkninerka lie 1vGaln a Ieniuumnrk- it lie by VnmlJlllrk D lit dnsil tlInllle Mo iJJ by lied HlUlrrel Kl 2nd dam by yo WHIInm 07 3nl dam by DevenporiVOIIverTh lllgnlty first dam by W Chilian II It he by Wl bun Velch he by llnmbletonlan nd daiaby Alidallah Mesteiigersrddum by Ulll ViTinont- ItKMAitKHIn offering tho services of nareAllto the I tako I lswu state without presumptlonthat hiivo and- vforxiyertrsnndesiwrlencu handler of h inca saddle hors has taught mt h class one result of careful pnlnstnk ngbrevdutgnnilcomesasnnlunuIrestrlt of nmtlnctho very ualtalllonstime Htnto has afforded Oar about 28 leer cent of King Wllllnlll- blood n greater per cent Uilin silly stallion n service In Htnto King William teeing egnrded ns preeminent for fancy saddle und harmless horses All sired hy time corning fnmous Hnrc he innow following urn by Chester Dare n long lilt- of sires every ono n relit show horse out that were equally III famous as- bowamamoanti his dam Mo the rentest show mare wo over rfu 11000 for her we think entitles him to the careful of nil prospoo hwhorse Hoehiintllrotunttaokl your tarespUHICOARPINTEB Phone lnroldenc IIustonvllleKxchauBe XTRAGOOD 1I Little Men What is nearer and dearer tto a Mother Than Her BoyI- n what does she take more interest than in preparedthisplease these little ones in Knee Pants 50 75c and 125 plain and Knickbocker buttons wash pants 25 and 50c Knicker JOurbeautiful Greys and Blues sizes 3 to 17 years with short pants in prices 250 to 750 Mothers come and see them if you do not purchase will be a pleasure to us to show you H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky New Drug LawT sir I tar trAs passed by Congress under the Pure Food Act of June 3 1906 has not effected our business We adopted our motto Only the Best II long before Congress thougnt of such TaffyTolu I i dersLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists 1 Paint Your louse I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here greatlytobest ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD t DRUG CO l One Fourth Off The price ofl nil Silk and Not Wniats Thofo nro right from the hat rankers t in Now York but they must go before moving time One Fourth Off The price oil any Skirt in ho house This includes our very ntfraclivo lino of Voiles I BTANFOUD Ky JUNK 4 1007 SUNSHINE Finish will make old furniture look liko new Pennys Dru f Store PERSONALS IJnioitT HAYS is quite sick MRS C R COIEMAN is convalescing MRS WOODIB UALE is visiting her hildrcn in Kansas City DICK HAMPTON of tho L N sptnt a few days with his mother here REv C E PowiiLL of Lexington it with his father Capt H F Towel JOHN N MBNBFBK Jit is works In the ofllco of J H Baughman Co r mill JOHN J CUMMINS of ryronu ape r Sunday with his parent in tho Ens End Rev MURDOCK and wife of Jackson are with lion and Mrs J N Sau tiers MESSRS J N MENEKKB and W L McCarty went up to WHHamsburg Sat urday R L PORTER JR Is heck fro St Louis and will work for Geo II W G WELCH attended tho confederate veteran reunion at Ric f mond Va REV R It NOEL spent several do with his daughter Mrs J H Woods 1tnear Paint Lick MISSES MARGARET AND AVAIULLA LIVINGSTON of the East End nro with Miss Sallie Smith Mn AND Mus J E JOHNSON of New Orleans are with Mr and M George P Bright Miss LITA BELLE CASH has returned from a visit to her slater Mrs J W Hagln In Covington MISSES MYE AND MARY SMILBY of Lexington were guests of Mrs W S Wigham of Moreland owe FIELDS of Turncrsvlllo has taken a position with the Falls City Clothing Co Louisville Mn J H BAUGHMAN and wife and Mr J S Baughman and wife uro tho Jamestown Exposition EDITOR LEWIS LANDRAM of tho Lan caster Record was here Friday return ing from ft business trip to Louisville IS MRS W E VARNON of Ashville N C Is hero with her sister Miss Nancy VanDcvccr whose condition Is alarm ing L M HUEY left yesterday to make his home at Somerset Ills legion o t friends hero gave him up with sinter regret REVS C W F DANIELS and S Lander and Mr Charles Wheeler o f Hustonvillc were callers at this office last week- J C SAMPSON son of Mr N W Sampson of the Maywood section has secured a good job at tho Jamestown Exposition HENRY McANiNCii of Casey who has secured a position at the James town Exposition orders the J sent to him there MRS II D GREGORY In ordering her paper changed from Gridley Cal to Covington writes that tho West greatly improved her health MESSRS J F CUMMINS and wife and J S Rico and wife spent several days in Lexington Thoy made the trip In Mr Cummins big auto MESSRS ISAAC TUTTLE Elwood Totten and John Coffey went to Louis ville yesterday to guard tho L Nu property during tho machinists strike Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS is with j lot rs S M Allen at Mlllcrsburg tle her Miss Miss ANNIE Goocn tho handsome daughter of Mrs Margaret Gooch IIli Hnmlltons June tho school and will LucyI tho remainder of tho MIss LUCY PETERSON taught f last term in tho Stanford Graded School left yesterday for her homo In Paris carrying her the best wishes of legion of friends she made during f her sOjourn hero MESSRS D II GOYEN II J Darst W A Carson John N Menotee JrIand Drs R L Davison and T W nington attended tho Masonic lodge meeting at Prcachersvillo Saturday night Dr Pennington and Mr Mene fee took the E A degree and Dr Da vlson tho Master LOCALS RINK to night STOP and see our kitchen cabinet vW II Higgins TilE C W B M will have its next meeting in the Christian church at 230 Wednesday afternoon BINDER twlno at W H Higgins NEW braiding patterns and fish not Mrs Leslie Carter Stanford gamowers binders nndhny rakes go to J L Bcazley Co FiNBDJ P Walker owner of the KBBP in mind the Lincoln County Fair which will bo hold at Stanford July 17 18 19 Mnkq your arrange meals to attend It r r pouter and tell on n sharp hatchet nearly severing two fingers on Ithis right hand THOIE who subscribed for stock in the Lincoln County Fair Assoelatit- n are requested to call and pay for Iat their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary To CARPHNTHRS Those wishing o Inbid on the amphitheatre for the Lincoln County Fair will call on Secretary J F Cummins and get specifications Tilde will be opened Juno 6 ICoUNTY the good thorough on le Friday The horse was named for County Clerk Ceo B Cooper of this place CIRCUIT COURT begins Monday ne and Clerk James F Holdam is Navin rnrho big docket for it printed nt this o flee The Juno term lasts three weeks and much business is expected to be transacted BAse BALL Stanfords crack base ball nine will cross bats with the Lan caster club on the Stanford Graded School grounds Thursday afternoon The game will bo called at 3 oclock Admission 25cta Children lOcts ladles free An exciting shoe Is expected tTilE Knights of Pythias havo of the Odd Follows their hall overCu mins McClarya store for b 2000 Possession July This means tha the Odd Fellows will tear down the old Commercial Hotel building and put up a good business house and lodge room on the efts- RATSFrank Turner who lives i the old tollgate property on the Dan villa pike has two fox terriers that ore worth having In a few hours one day last week they killed 167 rats In Dr Steele Baileys barn Some of them Mr Turner tells us were almost a large asa half grown terrier TUB stockholders of tho Stanton Laundry Co will meet at the court house hero at 2 p this Tuesday for tho purpose of choosing an execu blvd committee By tho way all of the stock in the above enterprise has been placed and tho laundry is a go be yond doubt Help push the good thing along CIIIEK OF POLICE JONES received from the chief of detectives at Pitts burg Pa yesterday pictures of mil Evans and Lawrence Turner Negroes who were arrested there for highway robbery Tho letter states that they tare from Stanford Evans it is be lieved is tho Negro who broke into the jewelry window of B H Danks here a number of years ago and stole a watch and other jewelry IRODERT HARDING WATERS who was will go to St Louis Mo next Tuesday- to take a position with Mr E L Kirt ley In tho office of the Superintendent the Missouri Kansas Texas rail road Ho is said to bo ono of the bright boys over reared in Lincoln He isI a nephew of Mrs G T Helm and a namesake of Hon Robert handing of this cityAdvocateT- HE church was crowd ed Sunday morning at the Baccalau services of Stanford College The pastor Rev J L Yandle preached an interesting sermon and in it gave the graduates Miss Pauline Denny Hocker and Mr Lester McHarguo much whole ome advice Tho music was a very pleasing feature of the occasion tho best singers in town assisting tho good choir of tho Presbyterian church Wed nesday evening tho annual music reel tol will be given at the college and on Thursday morning tho commencement exercises will occur at the Christian church when Mr W H Shanks will deliver an address After 15th ieila ela You will find us in our now Jig store Cor Main and Depot Street with many now anti attractive bargains In the monntimo wo will offer eqme of the snot uttrnctivo merchandise ever oircrcd by us at cut prices You Will surely need warm weather goodsae lilt always has gotten hot I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ndparentsgreturnedhomewith yentI Masons yeg Deg Lexingty lugh Presbyterian June IIsheriff SOMETHING now in Shadow Embroid cry Send for our catalogue Notion al Buyers Union No 33 Leonard St Now York City IFon SALE oIlni1ThT Dr J K VanArsdale property on Cut OfT street For particulars call on or address L R Hughes Stanford TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sans at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices MCjKtnnevcream supper Saturday June 8 at 730 McmMrsIUEdgar Reynolds secretnryI BOY FouNDWilliam Stout of Hyattsville who advertised in this pa per for his lost son aged about 14 writes us that ho has found him An I J ad will find em it matters not where they arc TilE Inclement weather of Friday night last did not keep the skates away and the rink was a mostenjoynbloI one Tho rink will bo Tuesday evening when It will be defin- Itely decided about continuing it Asgantt their fair July 10 11 12 1907 The dining room lunch counter softdrinks tho bitching and feed pop corn pen nuts and crackerjack rubber balls and balloons tho baby rack cane rack bill boards etc Send in seal bids fo any ono or more of these privileges to be opened and awarded on Juno 10th 1907 R H Bronaughsccy BROKE JAIL Jimatlon who was stealingmaCternoontJailer Hcrrin had gone to Rockcastle to see his brother Mr E A Hcrrin who is very ill and when his wife start ed to take a survey of things she found- n the Negro out of jail and in the he having slipped through tho hash hole II She ordered him back in jail but he refused to go and she caught hold of his arm for the purpose of lead Ing him when ho broke away from hers Mrs Hcrrin called for help but the girl who assists her with her household du ties was tho only person who heard her and when she arrived and tried to gc Harlan back where ho belonged ho knocked her away and skipped out Lair Browns bloodhounds were telephoned for from Hustonvillo and until they arrived general search was made Tho dogs trailed a while but lost out and tho hunt was given up Mrs Her tin sustained a sprained knee while try ing to hold Harlan and was in bed sew oral days from the effects tartan is n bad egg and It is yet hoped that th officers will land him STANFORD GRADED SCHOOL fared well at the Graded School Tour nament at Springfield They capture nine first prizes and eight seconds Josephoppermetfc Grady Tucker physical geog JosepHopperer English history George Hopper Ro man history Hays Foster Greek his Prestontsee and prizes were Robert Waters Virgin George Hopper AlgebrnJosophopper first Latin Robert Waters higherarith metic John Downer English literature Teddy Brackctt drawing Tho othe- pupils who went made a splendid show- Ing and Stanford may well be proud of her representatives and school Miss Berta Jean Penny entertained tho and fence by her matchless whistling which was more vociferously applauded than any number on the program of their public entertainments which were held in tho opera house Springfield got more prizes than tho contestants of any other town represented but Stantord- was a close second Prof and Mrs J W Ireland and Prof S D Keener Springfieldspleided treatment accorded them n y L SPECTACLES gold rimmed found inI Presbyterian church Sunday T office TilE Newton Hotol at Hustonville was taken down Saturdaynt 2200 Tho price asked over 5000 TUG premium list of the Lincoln Coun ty Fair to behold at Stanford July pasReadTilE tHighland has been discontinued Mail for former patrons of that office should be sent to Waynes burg Rural Route No1 Mrs J S Young had been postmaster at Highland for the past 10 years THE chase after the Negro Robert Hocker who killed Newton Veal in continuos and it is hoped that ihookerriver in this county Colic and Diarrhoea Pains in the stomach colic and din I rhooa are quickly relieved by tho use of Chaaberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists LIVER OUTFIT FOR SALE I Having decided to change my business will Mll lit public unction lit my livery Ise Imck of the Ht Afcaph Hotel on MATUUUAYJCNEeItoT- Iwglnning nt s my suttee livery out lit confuting of It head of horses 6 sets of tingle hantuasb haggle surrey I eV of surrey harness I drummer wagon net of double liariu Imitenetc Theentlrtoutfit prncUen new ns I have l nln hUIIIIIu only nlxmt two month Will sell the plate with n prlvlhgnorconthroingthr badness nt my present ctaml Will tlio outfit in it wliiilo or MMinrotely Term niacin knowlII on day of wile J W AOKY J rClmmllerAuct Htunforil Ky Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI rpRlitirwl saddle Malllon will n k the season of WIT lit m Irlll nt ltox Inn 4 COLr7 years Kld u Unutlful bny ono white foot and tnr full 10 haiuU high nigh I ealswlthldghstyrnclmnslruudtulssh breeahrs1rnteuetrMired by Wood squirrel by Illuck iulrrrlJW letdntut Dun ilirnr No Mm by ViiliSIetert Klnll sun of HlYver King hr ty On Time 748 Htonuwiill Jack u1 Snd dam by Islington K Wood Hcjulrrern lit dam was by Silt KdRf Wl Snd dnm the dent of KnRle Jllrdi by mar Kngle ton of Cublwlli Islington F Snlilmnby Hamlet Ifen nmrkJII Htnr bot son IVCiililHllH lA xlnKton K H Dnm Mnudo by Uoliiir fntlngerSnddnm the grout uliow mom Kltle by VunMitera Waxy K KrenlJIIIItonNonKrnhtckyyr In seeewell forimd and ht Impressed his ilze and huh cnrrlnct on his let to n remiirknble de pree llreeder will do wIll to look tills hor e over nniltiote the low service fee be fore booking their nmreaelaewhe- reDANDY JIM The trent Jennet lack blnck with white Jlnt 6yenr old hnndx high fulf brother to Hubble Worlds fair winner PRINCE WOOD lllnck nck white point ISJi bonds three blacktALIVINOTrailing Shares forfeits Insurance not rev sponsible for npcldentts mures grazed at tiJW per W H ntTPDKKAU Uowliind Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court K 1 Owiloy plaintiff vs Mary C Poland et 1L Uelemlnnts Notice of Hnle Pursuant to n judgment of tho Lincoln d the oneMONDAY JUNK 10 1W7 In front of the courthouse door In Htnn pubamuch of the herelnnfter described real cs auntdtho terms of his Judgment herein on the aforesaid date and the furthernuni of f2l5W the amount of the COlts of this action the total amount being fl5TWUS The said real estate Is lantenlln Lincoln county Ky on the Stanford Unnvllle turnpike on till FnstddethrmoinlwuNl6sallusfromNl1nford hodherdlvrmustyvtnrepolartoilsdeath The sold farm Is liounded us follows lie ginning nt the abutment of the Hanging Fork bridge on the Htnnford Danville rood thence up the road with the Shut of J LUnwsunther wo v now Jackson place to the corner of Mrs K Dawsons land thence her line to the corner of her land and the hind formerly owned by U Onnan and corner of the Snail of T Robinson do ceased thence with the line of the T U louthl thu hind of JT Hack ley known nN the 1I11I1eIJlnceo straight to the tin 14 tl if Fork thcnco Hackleyn line up Hanging Fork to tho lands of J Busboy thence the ilut of the JH Hosley land to the Trlbble curre line of that land to tho corner of the Vir ginia King land thence with the tine of that hInd to the beginning containing snort or Its to much of tho aforesaid land will be sold as sassy bo neces spry to realize the sums ulbave set forth In the necessary sums nro realized trnetilbPIIIholx laid oil by metes gad bounds courscvand distances and allotted to tho purchaser The sale will be made on credits of d nod IS month S of the purchase price anti the Internet that may accrue thereon to bo due anti payable nt of tech of the 01 nfortwld Forihepurchaso giveiand i Commissioner nod bearing Interest at the retool 0 per cent pr annum from date of sale until Id and having the force and sneer onihuof n Judgment To further secure tin OKO B SAUFLEY M C L C 0 rJf One Half Price alal Is still tleo price of any Suit You will certainly need Suit for your Sum user vacatioii or tllo Exposition Now is the time to buy j Waists We havo about fifty 8125 waists lefUo sell at 89c + 1 tFF f1FfiIFrid f+ Ff11FM +4ftWFMdFFf Fi FFtMt + See Our New As I sortment Ii of Belts Belt Buckles Beauty Pinsi Hat Pins Collar Supporters Etci Belts all styles 25c to 150 Belt BucklesPearl and Metal25 and 50c Beauty Pins lOc to 50c per set Hat Pins 25c each Collar Suppotters 25c eachThis new lot is just in and we hope choicerwhile the assortment is unbroken 4 L M HUBY C CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 0Phone156 tiOpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 6tt Bank of Stanford Ky StocK This Institution was established at the Deposit Rank of In 1851 then as the National Rank of Stanford In 1888 and agaIn u the First National Baik of Stanford in 1883 having had an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact- Ing promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career of and Cor Butchers I Good 9 feet high and 8 feet wide for salt nt n bargain Also n lot of uutclltr tU01Y JllIlllux91Jlullonvlllol1 slM1i 16s ODD TROUSERS I For Gentlemen Exacting Taste Highest Class l Ready Tailored Line W B Perkins First National Capital 500001 originally reorganized reorganized practically Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries poratlons Solicited Notice refrigerator Crab OrchardI Officers J HOOKER Prest T HARRIS V Prei J MoKOBKETB Ohr W H WEABENAsst Ohri Directors r ReId Danville T Harris Stanford J S Hacker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney i M D Elmore Stanford S H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford JI Robinson Hubble J H Baugbman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford L tN TIME TABLE NoSlHouthllSlpst NoaHouthHswrsi No14 North an A x Non North Sill r x JOS 8 RICE Agont 0 The Interior Journal r Entered in the PottOffice al Stanford ca hsieond c1aumalttrIytJBUSUBD TtTEBUAVS AND FIUDXYS AT 500 PER YEAR CASH When not paid ItOO wilt be charged A Nice Home for Salel I desire to soil my house and lot In Crab Orchard 6 roonu ono acre or land Cnod barn nnd nil necessary outbuilding New and In good shape A lot of excellent fruit Well on Hack porch J D HTFKNnKHOKS Onm Orchard NOTICEIAny Htrotcher cnn leave Ntwlnnd nt t4tnllrord lie IIIU ofe he will show you and take your order nml will Illl the Mine on short notice i BTMJJWKOKD B D CARTER NowLiveryDepot Stroot Phone 90 STANFO RD KENTUCKY A WORD TO YOU i1 You nro InvlUd to look nt the Sow While i nnodi Hamburg Ac Also n new r of Mohair in iliac Him ilrownCrny- raidiThosulhavingEgB anti1evIAlclenepto I to them on this ranee Hrlng them In before they go down G H HAIIKIB Crab Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoherU1 Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCE lire Lightning WlndstormlUfe nod Accident None and lEST Jtepreented Lowest Po Rates Ouarantwd witua 1aylng Hoc rajUnequalled Talk MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J r GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there ti so little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Hprlngtt Hummer goods oan make from a low price business suit to ors be and ftnltd FncyVestsAThecompany Ire present Is second to none HO UUTLKY The Tailor Hlanford Ky Billy Breckinridge The tine black lack with white points good toot und extra hone will make the season of IaRatmybarn atpWTOINHU1tEA MV YINiCOLT Thin Jack was bred raised IRJ John D Harris of Madison and he has proven his breeding to be good I will also Bland a tine Drennon saddle Rtnlllon nt JU TO IN8UKK A LIVING CULT This horse Will sired by Mr Elijah Layers famous olIirnnnon that has pro duced more saddle colts than any one horse to hll nil loino and see them und If you u any thingOfiherisoreiKy Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Bpeclal Attention Olven Commercial MOil KIRS at Ueiuonubltt Rates Stock Pens In Connection Also agents for alt kinds of Harvesting Machinery Oatollne and Httam Knclnei Threshing Machinery nod Haw Mills It to see us before you buyAlso commission salesmen for nil necoudhaud machinery e1teQar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnes3Saddlery dc- ccsTANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Home Phone 36 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ore Also Dealers in Furniture Mat ngoRuge TheH23 will exchange Furniture for mall Kinds of Slock Give =Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J r6mlum List InGO noun Ilr n INJlnloltATla TO BE HELD AT STANFORD JULY 171819 Jas F Cummins Secretary Write for Catalogue S T Harris President First Day July 17 MULES MULE CLASSNo inure nuilo colt under 1 year 810 QO 87 to 1st 83 to 2ml I No2 Best hono mule colt under 1 year 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No3 Best mare mule 1year old and undur 2 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No 4 Best liorso mule year old and under 2 10 QO 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No5 Best Mare mule 2yearold and under 3 16 00 87 to let 83 to 2nd No 0 Best 00S7No 7 Best mnro and mule colt colt nt side 1C 00 610 to let 85 to 2nd HORSES NEW YORK SADDLE CLASS No8 Best walktrot and canter mnre Or gold ing any ago 15 no 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 9 Best horse colt under 1yenrold 10 00 87 to let 83 to 2nd No 10 Best mare or gelding ycar old and un tier 2 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No 11 Best mare or gelding 2 yenr old and un 00Noder 4 15 00 810 to 1M 85 to 2nd No 13 Best phaiton pony mare or golding any age 15 hands and under 40 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 14 Best pair of mares or geldings any age 25 00 820 to lot 85 to 2nd No 15 Best stallion 3yearsold and under 4 15 00 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd No 1C Best mare or gelding 3years old and un dor4 15 00 810 to let 85 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 17 Best pair any nge regardless of sex col or or ownership JJO 00 820 to let 10 tj 2nd COMBINED CLASS No 18 Best mare or gelding any nge ti0 00 820 to let 10 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 19 Best stallion any ago 50 00 835 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd Second Day July 18 JACKS AND MULES JACK CLASS No 20 Best jack under one year 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 21 Best jack 1 year old andunder 2 10 00 87 to Is 3 to 2nd No 22 Best jack 2 years old andover 10 00 87 to let 8 to 2nd FARMERS DEPARTMENT Paducah will have n horso show this fallM S Baughman has lost about shoats from cholera FOR SALENo 1 Jersey cow fresh E T Pence Jr Stanford Sixteen 30 to 4f pound shoats forsale Mrs Lee H Stone Stanford Jones Baughman of Moreland has a secondhanded threshing machine for sale II C Bottom of Shelby City bought- In Russell county 100 500 to 600 pound cattleThe farmers of Japan have an in come this year of 200000000 from the rice crop alone DurIhamMoreland Ky B D Carter bought of Boone Walls three good livery horses and a big wagonette J W Rider of Rockcastle sold to Walter Miller of Jessamine n com bined horse for 225 W B Burton of Lancaster sold to Dr C G Ellison of Williamsburg a fine saddle horse for 250 J A Miles a farmer of Christian county lost his entire crop of tobacco plants by theft It is supposed that some planter who was short stole the plants to replace his own Of Norways forest area the State owns 3335 square miles which bring an annual income of about 208000 The annual expenses connected with the public forests Statsal menninger as they are called amount to about 123000 The yearly profit derived by the State from this source is thus about 140000 Potatoes como from Peru said a gardener leaning on his hoe These radishes hailed in the dim past from China and those onions ancestors flourished in Egypt before Rameses I1f5 time Pears too were introduced by Egypt to the world Cabbage comes from Russia where cabbage soup has always been the national dish Celery comes from Germany oats from Parsnips are Arabic Millet comes Corn and tobacco hail frorp our own land I awiLi1 L No 23 Best jack any ago 15 00 810 to let 5 to 2nd No 24 Best jeunet under two years 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 25 Best jennet anyago 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd MULE CLASSNo mare tunic 3 years old and over 10 00 87 to 1st 8 to 2nd No 27 Best horse mule 3 yenr old and over 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 28 Best mule any use 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 20 Best pair mules any ago regardless of MX or color 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd HORSES THOROUGHBRED HORSES No 00 Best thoroughbred horse either sox un der 1 yenr old 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 31 Best iota either sox 1 thoroughbred i 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 32 Rest gelding ycanrs old and over 25 00 820 to let 5 to 2nd No 33 Best colt either sex under 1 year olll 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 84 Best mare or gelding 1caroltlRml un tier 2 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 85 Best mare or golding 2Jcanllolttntltlun tier 8 16 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 30 Best stallion 1 year ohl aid undor 2 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS No 37 Best fancy turnout single ho oLdClol1 tions not considered 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd COLT STAKE No 88 Best colt either sex 50 00 835 to 1st 10 to 2nd 6 to 3rd 10 per cent entrance tee to enter by July 10th No 89 Best stallion 3ocnnH ltl and under 4 15 00 S 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 40 Jest stallion 4year old and over 26 00 820 to 1st 5 to 2nd HIGH ACTING HARNESS CLASS No 41 Best mare or gelding anyage 25 00 820 to let 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 42 Best mare or gelding 3 years ald and un der 4 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 43 Best stallion 4 years old anti ovqr 25 00 820 to let 5 to 2nd SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE CLASS No 44 Best saddle stallionmaro or goldiilgtany 100 00 S6tto let 25 to 2nd and 10 to 3rd Maj David Castleman sold to S Woe of Oshkosh Wis his extra fine two year old filly Barbarosa for 3000said to be the highest ever paid for a twoyearold saddle horse is by Bourbon Chief out of Madonna Harrodsburg Democrat Ho Fired the SUck I have jlreyl the walkingstick Ive carried over 10 years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treat mont until I tried Bueklena Arnica amIiGarrett of North Mills N C Guar anteed for Piles Uurns etc by Pone ny druggist 25c Greatland 1408Greatest sonof IIlKhlnnd iHiimnrkTaO FayetteIlutm11rkIVnmark M jlrdtlnm by haul nuke Ireiit the tire of tine champion ymirllDK saddle stallion of Jack Hlnrhrl and ninny other proniliim winners Urcalland U eight years old sorrel hands high white 1af3 iwiinds star nnd snip two Und ft Ho Inn morn size style wttleht and action than any Muddle utalllon In Kentucky Highland Denmark2nd Hired by Highland DonmnrU t0 Ht dart liv Wllkes Snd dam by lllaek JIIlhlnlll1luIIIKrksnip lull will lie full W hands high Fouled Preston 922 Hired by Mlmliliigton tl1U clam lulls by Roderick tml ilaiu by n iMiiiniirk licir 1rmlon has and de feated nil the show horses of his daynnd has proven himself great lirevderof lilKholass saddle and hitrnuia hor- nChester Chief Hired liy Clii ttr liari10 l tdamby hlnf Ohtr Chief II n ml Mirnl MHlllim even year ski id lands lilKli Wills plenty of hone Him style cud no thatIVlgglnsLtroan horse fORItlltiOl will Iw Irt hands high and to w IIh l2 t pounds Foaled llol General Wood 850 lilt Dr McCord he by Oev WoodX 1st dam by Uladilom Oiiurnl Wood Is lb4bondmorn nnluml style limit uny living jack If YOII have u nud would IIko to- reed to th IIOOdJCllIIll Kentucky breed to OuneniliVoalThu and will snake tho season atUrentland1bneenear LexIn tat plctureJ u titftr 0 10 I8Xllllltllll Ky Qreutland TJuce N SH t aa l Take Our Standard For- HelntlMlthpumaUIIIIIIIIIlIIIItrIII1u Remedy mutism Halt Uliiuiu lndlgtiulr toustl IHtllon Kidney Trouble or city dismiss nrliliiK from hit mre blunt Itriiienitivr IlaOllllooonlllll to dimlions and Ill or sic by the un of tin romidy we momy Hontncii mail to clit of II IlRrItIC wllh a rtiiMintl Kuaran IleulHMi Williams Agiiit JIcKlnim Ky STOP LADIES I Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days slop wearing your clothes out by rubbing thorn and use Difleos Liquid Soapwhich is guaranteed lo knock out 75 per cent of the labor of washing and cause the cloths lo last zo per cent longer A sample of two gallons deliver ed tree at your door Wilt call to tee you J F CASH 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Control Ken tucky Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing hut firstclnsa Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains und Wall Paper Mr E T Beazloy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 160 or 133 Third Day July 19 HORSES HARNESS CLASS No 45 Host stallion 2 ycans old and under Jl 15 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE GLASS No16 Best stallion ycar old and under 5 10 00j 97 to 1st it to Snd SPECIAL CLASS No 17 IJcst mare nml colt colt nt aide either sex regardless of breeding 15 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS v No 48 Hest stallion 2 years uld and undor ft 15 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 10 llo tt mnro 4JcnrlioMnUtI over4 25 0Ii820 to 1st 5 to 1 KOADSTBK CLASS No CO Host marc or gelding au ago BO 00II820 to 1st 10 to 2n- dPONIES No 61 IkiM mare or gelding under halter 10 00 87 to ht 3 to 2nd No 02 lest stallion anyage 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 88 Best pony mnro and oolt 10 00 87 to 1st It to 2n- dHORSES No 81 Host walk trot mnro or gelding One KnglUh Bridle value 10 00 IIAKNESS CLASS r No 88 Host rockaway mnro or gelling any ago 15 00 810 to let 5 to 2nd SlMiOIAL GLASS girlI10 00 i VALKLGCLASSNo walking mnro or guiding any ago 16 00 810 to let 8 to 2nd No 88 Meet mnoy turnout elnglo burro decora bone 20 00 Sir to 1st 6 to 2nd BARN JSS CLASS No 80 Most mere yearsoltlanti over V 25 00 820 to lit ii to SADDLE CLASS No CO Ue t gelding lyenrsold and over 25 00 to let 5 to 2nd HAKNKSS CLASS No 61 host lair any ago rugttrilles of sox or ouloror owitureliip q no 00 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd COMHINKD CLASS No fit Host stallion tiny ngo no 00 820 to lt 10 to 2nd SWEEISTAKE ROADSTER CLASS No C3 Heat tallion maro or golding nny ngo 100 00 05 to 1st 25 to 2nd 10 to trd USEf ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE H FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY SEASONABLE GOODS Peerless Iceland Freezers Itofrigoratore Water Coolers Ice Clamps Ice Picks Screen Doors Soreen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Oil Stoves Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Groceries Quecnswnre Tinware c Main Street STANFORD KY W B McRobertsDRUGGIST Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded