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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n rI1 1t THE INTERIOR JOURNALj IVOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE H 1907 HO 29 IPREACHERSVILLE It was reported that a wedding took t plnco hero Sunday Roy F D Palmctcr preached at the M a church Sunday Rev ilaRan or Williamsburg preached a good sermon atnightDr E D Hymcr of Latonia will soon locate here lie is said to bo n mOlt excellent physician and come highly recommended Drake Creek farmers aro having trouble with their crops on account or high water Somo havo already plant ed their crops a second time and ready to plant again This is our 10th year In beekeeping and being frequently called on to at tend to our neighbors bees it Is im pressed upon us that tho majority or beekeepers are very careless Oftc we find hives tipped sideways full or roaches ants and moths- J II Thompson bought a bunch of cattle for fall delivery at 42T Corn is in steady demand at 3 J P Hod Kcra sold a horso to Oov Droaddus for 100 and bought a highbred horso from name for 200 W II Cummins bough of J D Hutchlns hi homo hero for t 175 Mr Hutchlns and his most ex- cellentt wife will make their futur homo In Knox county Wo dislike to give up such excellent people Mr J J Smith and little grandsons of Drodhead visited at J M Cress Miss Halllo Drown of Sweeny wa visiting Miss Lillie Thompson Mis Katie Payno visited tho family of her brother J F Payne and other friend here Mr and Mrs John Hell and Mis Maggie hell visited at John Naylors J J Sebastian of McCreary was will tt homcfolka Sunday Miss Ella Thomp son was the guest of Miss ilallio Drown the past week Misses Mullins or Sparks Quarry were visiting at Judgi Colycra Col J W Herndon of Car lislo visited his son E L Herndon 4Mrs Elizabeth Barker of Crab Orch and visited Mrs Ona Naylor J T Dlankcnshlp and two pretty little daughters of Etowa Tcnn visited his parents here So you thought that snuff had died out did youT said a mil lionairo snuff manufacture of Phlla dclphia Well it has died out among fashionable people but million of pounds of it are still consumed- I send a great deal of snuff South In Georgia Alabama and tho Carolina the poor dip snuff In hugo quantities To dip it is to rub It on the gums and In tho crevices of the teeth I also send n lot of snug to France The lower classes in France still carry their horn snuff boxes and still snip snuff up their noses in tho regulatioi way e 1 do a good trade too with South America and Africa The Knlllrs ttuf their noses with snuff mixed with pepper while the Patagonians ram it up- their nostrils with small woofer spoons Havo no fear about the snuff trade thero is still a good living in It Demands for an apology perhaps also for indemnity as a rosult of the anti Japaneso riots In San Francisco probably will bo made by the Japancat Government An international plot to overthrow the present Ministry in Japan has been confirmed by information received in Washington and efforts un being made to have tho Japanese Mln istcr from Japan recalled it boinf charged that ho has betrayed the Government by sending in falso reports regarding conditions in San Francisco Tho Magic No3 Number three is a wonderful mascot for Coo 11Parrlsof Cedar Grove Mo according to a letter which roads After suffering much with liver and I kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by tho failure to find re plat I tried Electric DIttors and as n result I am a well man today Th first bottlo relieved and three bottles completed the euro Guaranteed host on earth for stomach liver and f COo kidney troubles by Icnny druggist The man who docs not advertise be cause his grandfather did not ought to wear knee breeches and n queue Tin man who does not advertise because somebody said it did not pay ought not to believe that tho world is round because tho ancients said It was tint A Retail Merchant Colic and Diarrhoea Pains In tho stomach colic and diar rhoea are quickly relieved by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists Willlo dtho chant ISJIlall from his hand Now on a harp hos playing In tho betterlandfj I This meat protested tho boarder 4 overdoneNot It aint replied the waitress its done over r Here and There A State Association of Automobllls will be organized at Lexington Saturday T B Dcwhurst is the movin spiritNow York capitalists lire figuring on harnessing the falls of the Cumborlan river and utilizing it for power pu posesFor the first time in nearly touryears cotton futures reached 13 cents per pound on the New Orleans Cotton El A Grant onoof Atlantas most prominent citizens is dead lie devote tho larger part of his hfo to raiirou constructionWillie the Infant son of a carpenter at Georgetown ate a largo number of poisonous tablets to get tho sugar coating and died in a few mir utesAt Biloxi Miss Capt John Walker who was an officer in the United State Navy with Perry on his memorable trip to Japan and a captain in the Coned crato Navy shot nnd killed his wife nnd then himself Ho was 70 years old At Lebanon Ind Judge Artman dc dared George Rhodius of Indianapolis to be insane and appointed James M Berry Hill as his guardian On Januar 21 Rhodius was married In Louisville to Elma Dare a keeper of a resort In Indianapolis It was charged that tho Dare woman kidnaped Hhodius Mrs J It Hallowell formerly o Princeton appealed to the Governor of Oklahoma to refuse to grant a rcqulsl tion from the Governor of Kentucky fo the return of herself and husband to Kentucky She claims she was shot by night riders in Caldwell county am driven from homo by threats of death Steve Adams who confessed that ho was the accomplice of Harry Orchard In the chain of murders in connection with tho strike of the Western miners may go on the stand nnd tell a blood story of his work Ills confession maybe Used against him and it is said to be oven more horrible than the story told OrchardTwentyone lives were lost when n cloudburst struck the little town oC Gradyvillc in Adair county andit maybe that more bodies will bo found In tho wreckage of the houses swept away A wall of water swept down the narrow banks of a small creek am overwhelmed those houses which won built close to the stream In the path of the cloudburst fences were washed away and growing crops torn up field being left entirely bare State Senator Nell was tho only ono of his family to escape death his wife and five children being drowned or killed Yesterday was a day of funerals and the supply of coffins had to bo renewed before nil tho dead could be buried Six or eight houses were destroyed and the property loss Is estimated at 7500- 0Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fiction Inns once more boon demonstrated it tho little town of Fedora Tonn tin rusideneo of C V Popper Ho writes I was In bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and nil hopx had fled when I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery Then instant relief canoe The coughing soon teas ed the bleeding diminished rapidly and in three weeks I was able to go to work II Guaranteed euro for coughs and olds Wc and 1 at Penuyi drug story Trial bottle free tella fishs ago by its scales It said a fishmonger tho same as you can a horses ago by its teeth Look hero II lie held n pocket microscope close too huge carp and on each scale ring after ring was seenrings rather like thoso on the human finger tip Count tho rings It said the dealer and allow a year to a ring In that way you can calculate accurately the ago of any scalebearing fish It Thero has never been a case of ty phoid fever or appendicitis known to do velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps tho whole sys tern in perfect order Do not be im posed upon Thero aro imitation Crab Orchard Salts mid Water on tho mar kot ask your druggist for Whites gen nine Diamond Brand GentlemanFrederick go upstairs rod tell wife to stop her singin- gFootmanThat is not my lady sir its the cook Shall I Gentleman No for heavens sake dont say anything Do Not Neglect The Children At this season of tho year tho first mnuturul looseness of achllds bowels should have Immediate attention Tho test thing that can bo given Is Chain orlalns Colic Cholera and Dlar hooa Remedy followed by castor oil as directed with each bottlo of tho vraody For salo by all druggists Mrs I Killicreuse of Mineola Tex celebrated her 1511st birthday yes terday NEWS NOTES Out of 212000 women in Australia qualified to vote 174 exercise the right of franchise The Court of Appeals says that Clat once Sturgeon of Louisville must hang for the murder of Ira Bruncr Jim Mann was convicted and given 18 years in tho penitentiary for shooting at Town Marshal Jim Stidham of Jack sonMrs Richard Walters who had recently married her fourth husband sul tided at Sharpsburg by taking carbolic acidTho Supremo Assembly of tho Unl form tank Knights of Pythias con vened in annual session at tho Jamestown Exposition Columbus Croy Town Marshal at Shirley City Ind was shot and stantly killed by burglars who wcr looting a saloon The burglars escaped After having weathered storms tor nearly threo quarters of a century tho old sloop of war St Louis has been sold by the government to a Philadcl phia junk dealer for 1210 Members of the Confederate Veterans Association have denied that thcr is any objection to decorating the gray of Gen Joe Wheeler who Is buried In tho Federal section at Arlington- In tho Federal Court at Cattlcsbur John Hazclrigg of Alt Sterling was given a verdict of 13131 for damage against the Norfolk Western railway Hazelrigg lost an arm while coupling carsMrs Mary Viley ono of the best known women in Lexington died sud denly at her home death coming almost without warning Sho was found by her husband in an unconscious condition and never rallied Seven survivors of a Kentucky com pany which fought in the war wit Mexico held a reunion in Cynthiana Tho average ago of the seven was 81 years A banquet was one of the features of their reunion Tho damage suit of R W Vaughn for 15000 against tho Southern Rail way on trial in the circuit court nt Lexington was compromised by agree ment of attorneys The terms of the compromise were not made public Surviving citizens of Gradyvillethc mountain town which was almost wiped out by a cloudburst spent Sunday searching for the bodies of tho dead and all have now been recovered but three The total list of dead remains at 21 Gen J Franklin Bell delivered an ad dress to the graduating class at State College in Lexington He discussed tho difference between war today and in tho past when brawn counted in stead of brains The commencement nxarciscs were held In a large tent or the lawn A good strike in a new section of Wayne county has opened up a new lead in the oil section of Kentucky and has given hope of finding a producing territory outside that already known and defined Several other wells all of them small were also brought In in Wayne county A verdict for 25c the price of his ticket was returned by n jury by dircctitr of Justice Swcctland at Newport It 1 in tho case of Chief Yeoman Fred J Buenzle of tho United States Nava Training Station who was excluded from a dancing pavilion last summon because ho woro the uniform of the United States navy By a majority of 229 tho citizens oC Bowling Green voted in favor of prohibition tho drys carrying every pro cinct but one The women of the city took an active part in the election being present at every polling place 10 arrests were made on warrants charg ing bribery or intimidation but bai was furnished promptly Ho Fired the Stick I havo fired tho wniking stick Ivi carried over 40 years on account of a sora that resisted every kind of treat ment until I tried LJucklens Arnica Salvo that Inns healed tho soro and mudo mo a happy man writes Joint Garrett of North Mills N C Guar anted for Piles Burns etc by Pen ny druggist lie The hotel rooms of tho American delegates to Tho Hague Peace Con forenco are to cost 260 per day ex lusivo of food drink and service Peace seems to have her expenses but littlo short of war Frankfort Journal A Fortunate Texan Mr K W Goodloo of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In tho past year I havo become acquainted with Dr Kings Now Life Pills and no laxative I over before tried so eiTcct nolly disposes of malaria and bilious toss They dont grind nor gripe 15o at Pennys drug store Where do you people put your loney asked a Detroit preacher ils congregation last Sunday And nome of tho women blushedFrank ort Journal tu HUSTONVILLE Tho city fathers of Winchester have refused Abo Newton permission to build an uptodate rink on a lot ho re cently bought thero Some hounds made an unsuccessful attempt Friday night on tho flock of fK Helms fine sheep Doubtless the vigilance of Mr Helm prevented an other slaughter Tho Ladies Auxiliary to the C W B M met Thursday with Mrs T J Rob inson and was lead by Miss Angle Car penter The subject Mormonism its Past and Present nnd our Proposed Work Ih Utah was ably handled by the leader and tho meeting closed with a splendid talk by Mrs Robinson Tho heavy deluge of Sunday after noon raised tho East prong of Hang ing Fork until it carried off water gates and foot bridges that had never been reached before The damage will bo very heavy to fencing water gates and also to com tobacco and wheat the best wheat being heavy will not raise againOn Thursday last a picnic party at Peytons Well spent a day long to be remembered as the happiest of the year Among thoso present were Misses Anna Reid Sallie Cook Melle Hopper Lou Hocker Julia Stagg Lizzie and Block Bogle D C Allen Dr Alcorn James Reid A B C Dinwiddie andI George D Weatherford Miss Katherine Hall leaves Thursday on a 60 days pleasure trip via Cincin nati and Chicago to Milwaukee and the lakes Sho will return by St Louis and Louisville This delightful trip was a graduating present to Miss Katherine from her brothers Wallace and James Hall both of whom are holding good positions with the I C R R at Free port III On Saturday night at his homo in Moreland the spirit of Joseph Coffey returned to Him Who gave it He was well and favorably known throughout this county and Casey where ho was born He was a member in good stand ing of tho Masonic order and many members attended his funeral which was conducted by Rev Montgomery Tho burial occurred in Hustonvillc cem etery Monday Cowan McCormack shipped 800 fine lambs to New York and Jersey City last week realizing top prices for them Allen Reid shipped one car of medi um hogs and one of good butcher cattle to Cincinnati for which they paid Gc and Ic respectively J B Honakcr again holds the seasons record for tho heav iest lambs from 100 ewes by- Juno 3rd Ninetyfour lambs nveragedI 0116 pounds this being his last years crop by pound onoI Miss Emma Cowan of spent several days with Mrs S D ioweli T J Robinson has returned from a few days very beneficial stay at Olympian Springs Mrs Ann Bosley was able to be on the street Saturday in an invalid chair Her friends were de lighted to seo her out Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Garrard are with their uncle T J Robinson Mr and Mrs B A Reese and daughter Mary Sue of Newman Ga arrived Sunday to spend a few weeks with relatives George D Weatherford is visiting his numerous friends and relatives in Mis souri John Coffey of Columbia was here buying horses George B Wear en and wife arrived hero Friday Mr Wearen is slowly recovering from arc cent surgical operation in St Joseph Hospital Lexington Rev H P Jackson pastor of the Baptist church begun on Sunday a series of sermon lectures that will contin ue through tho week services begin fling at 8 p it Subject Tuesday eve ning What is Gospel Faith 1 Wed nesday evening What Becomes of tho Believers Sins 7 Thursday evening How Can a Man be Just With God 1 Friday evening Can a Mar bo Wholly Sanctified in this Life 1 Sunday evening What is Christian Adoption When and Where Docs it Begin 1 Monday evening What is tho Greatest Work in tho World tIt Tuesday evening What is theGreat est Sin 1 Other subjects Is there a Burning Hell and Eternal Punish ment 7 Is Heaven a Place if so Shall we Know Each Other There 1 Does the Soul Sleep Between Death and the Judgment Are Thero De grees in Heaven 1 Other subjects reserved for further announcement All cordially invited TotterA ladycustomer of ours had suffer ed with totter for two or tnreo years It got so bad on her hands that sho ould not attend to her household lutles Ono box of Chamberlains ialvo cured her Chamberlains mod clnes give splendid satisfaction In his community M H RODNEV Co Almond Ala Chamberlains nodlolnes aro for sale by all druggists The Pacific cable is laid at an aver- tge depth of 2610 fathoms or there uatrromcAVD- Snappy cs ClothesGriffon Brand nil wool Guaranteed Clothes are leaders Try ours and be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Purina Baby Chick Another shipment of Purina Baby Chick Feed just received Try it Everybody like it for little chicks W H IG GUYS Stanford Kentucky I the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky 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- sJ B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton StanfordH Trnylor Gilberts Creek K L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Ireachersville L G Good Wnynesburg Ky First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 150000s This Initltutloa wti eUabllihed ai the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1131 then reorganized ai the National Bank of Stanford in 1885 and again reorganized ai tile Pint National hank of Stanford in 1883 having had practically an uninter rupted eilitencn for 43 It ii better supplied now with facilities for traniact log nuslne promptly and well than ever before In 1U long honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited Officers J 8 HOOKER Preit BT HARRIS V Pre J McBOBKRTS Ohr W n WEARENAlst Oh- rrDirectors V ReId Danrllle S T IUrr Stanford J S Docker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Elmore Stanford S D Baugnman Stanford T P Hilt Stanford Ja Robinson Hubble J II Baughman Stanford J M Pettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with tine largest oven that you over saw and some other extra good features combined with a firstclass range throughout slaked this Stove hart to bent If you are in needof n Cook Stove do not fail to see me before you buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up to 8150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyT- inner and Plumber r i The Interior Journal ttEc WALTON J T ROBERTS 1Iscandidate for MnRlntrnto In the emb nrd Magisterial I to the action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER Iin cnndldnte for Jailor of Lincoln count to the action of the Democrat c party M BRUCE It ft candidate for Jnllor of Lincoln count subject to the nvtlon of the Democrat party JAMES C HAYS lift candidate for Jailor of Mncoln county subject to the nctlon of thu Democrat I iDCALLEN or of Lincoln coon ty subject to tlio action of the DomocraUi partyTnE Civil Service Commission hIlS r amended its rules to prohibit all persons in the classified civil service from taking an active part in political cam paigns The amendment was made kthrough anjexecutivo order issued by the President If the rule could be made to apply to all Federal office holders there would bo better service and less log rolling But what would the administration do without its post masters collectors and so forth Tile District Committee of the Fifth Appellate District has been called toI meet in Frankfort Friday to name the time place and manner of selecting a nominee for appellate judge to succeed Judge Carroll who is filling out Judge Cantrills termjlby appointment until the election inlNovember Judge Car roll is the onlyjannonnccd candidate for the succession and the chances arc that he will have no oppositionI SENATOICBUHTON of Kansas whoI was forced to resign and suffer a jail sentence is unable to pose as martyr He went on the lecture platform to show how badly he had been treated and how mean President Roosevelt is but the people wont hear him The receipts at one of his stands footed up 417 IT wont be longbefore the Civil Va will be known onlyby history and hear say Of the warjgovernora of the 25 States that remained loyal to the union but three surviveWilliam Sprague of Rhode Island aged 77 Frederick Hoi brook of Vermont agedp4 and Samuel J Crawford of Kansas aged 72 TilE Department of Agriculture says that rats destroy grain to tho enor mous total of 100000000 a year Between the rats and the trusts we are experiencing the grind of the upper and lower stones And may God have mercy onus AND now they tare playing Uncle Toms Cabin in thoEast without the use of bloodhounds May be when Un- clei Tom and Little Eva are cut out Mrs Stowes play will be permitted in Old Kentucky again POLITICAL f John B GainesVof Bowling Green has announced for the Democratic 1nomination for the State Senate for 40 years as post master atJBluff t Point Tenn Richard M Anderson aged 80 years has re signedJudge William EKDowling has an nounced for the democratic nomina tion for Representative from Anderson county Will T Davis ofPineville brother inlaw of W L McCarty of this place is being mentioned for Auditor on the republican ticket W B Webb of Mayking has announced for the democratic nomination for Representative from Letcher Knot and Floyd counties- A movement is on foot in New York for the erection in Washington of a building for a great national gallery of the fine arts for which Congress will be asked to appropriate at least 5000 000William J Bryan in an interview in New York said trusts the railroads and the tariff would be the issues of the presidential campaign The tariff ho said would not in his opinion be the paramount issue Since R P Hobson who has not yet been sworn in as Congressman from Alabama secured a train to educate the farmers there has been a cry from all parts of the country for the same service and some will get it Gov Hughes has succeeded in forc ing through the New York Legislature his socalled Public Utilities Bill which has met with bitter opposition from all the common carriers and other corporations affected in the State MATRIMONIAL W R Morris a widow er of 35 and Miss Rebecca Moore 21 were made one at Eubanks on the 8th Liuet DeWitt Grubbs son of W E Grubbs of Shelby City will be married on the 26th to Miss Caroline Harrington Cronkrite of Miasoula Mont Mr Thomas Spoonamore formerly of this county was at Terra Haute Ind May 28 to Miss Estella May Scott of that place The groom is a rising young business man and his bride is said to a charming woman They will reside in Chicago AdditionallLocal Tim trustees of tho White Oak i schoolhouse district want a first claa teacher Lady p l rredITim Court of Appeals reversed the fio decision of the court hero in tin caselof the administrator of B Roy nolds whojwas killed by a Q CI freight train near Kingsville while em ployedlTnsJI brakeman It says that while itis the companys duty to sei after Unsafely of its employes whil on dutyho is no more than any othe trespasser when he goes to a place ho is not expected to bo while off duty Il seems that Reynolds was sitting on the railroad trnckwhen his train struck himI TilE Crab Orchard Fair Association is having its cataloguorprintcd at the Danville News office We have had the honorof doing this work heretofore but the promoters of the East End en terpriselsaw fit to give us tho go by this year The News does splendid work and will no doubt suit tho fastidious taste of the management We wouldjhavo saved the association money on theljob but money is of no consid eration when an end must be reached The fair is n Lincoln county enterprise however and wo are for it if someof the big guns are against us We want to see it a success and will do all in our power to make it such despite the desire of those who want us to do the puffing and somebody else to do theI printing Wo admit that wo were asked to bid on the catalogue but our price was before the directors as bills have been rendered after each fair and weI thought it unnecessary to make matters any clearer IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Danville is to have a Negro skating rinkAllen Ray is dead of consumption in GarrardWilliam Corley aged 50 is dead at Brown aged 72 is dead in the Rhebel section of Casey Dr W D Wolford is dead at James town aged G8 He was u prominent little son of M L Moore ofI Casey was badly burned by falling into a vessel of cooling bees wax Mrs 0 B Turley of Red House Madison county was thrown from her carriage there and besides sustaining a broken leg was otherwise seriously injured The trial of Mrs Elmer Murphy at London resulted in a verdict of a life sentence The woman was indicted for murder being charged with killing her iafant child The body of Thomas J Gibson the telegraph operator who was killed by a C N 0 T P train at Nicholas ville was shipped to Bridgewater N C in response to a telegram from his mother Mrs L J Gibson The will of the late M J Miller was probated last week His entire estate is left his widow and his son Tom is namedas his executor A lodge of I 0 0F was organized at this place this week by John Rogers of Keavy 7Mt Vernon Signal The names of Attorneys II G San difer and Emmett Puryear of Danville will be presented to Gov Beckham for appointment as county judge of Boyle to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Reed S Nichols who passed away suddenly a few days ago Dr L H Blanton this month rounds out 50 years of active service in the ministry and educational work for the Presbyterian church and has handed in his resignation as vice president of the new Central University of Kentucky with which institution he has been associated since its formation by the con solidation of Centre College with Central University of Richmond CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Hubble next Sunday afternoon- It is reported on good authority that Rev H C Morrison editor of the enticoatal Herald of Louisville is soon to locate in our villiage Rev Jorrison is one of Kentuckys strongest ninisters and has a national reputation as a writer and evangelistWilmore Cor Jessamine Journal Next Sunday at 730 p MIthere will be a union serviee of the Christian Endeavor Societies of tho Presbyterian ind Christian churches at the Christian hurch Mr Homer W Carpenter ield secretary of the Kentucky Christian Endeavor Union will be present and make the address of the evening Verybody and especially the young people are cordially Invited Eld Joseph Ballou preached an interesting sermon at the Christian hurch Sunday morning it being the iOth anniversary of his ministry The liscourse was full of good things and delivered in his characteristic crisp way nade it the more pleasing to the large rowd that heard It He used the Bible his father used 68 years ago and toted that it wan the first book he ever saw Eld Uallou preached his first sermon in Pulaski county where ho was born ands where he lived until some 30 years ago If you cant eat three good square Heals a day without indigestion your tomach needs strengthening with Mi- Cnu Fifty cents a box if it helps ou nothing if it fpils G L Penny w xstitas 1N60titkv jjjjjjj1jj11 About 20000000 cigars are amokc yearly in this country Three persons were killed and eight fatally injured as the result of a tornado which practically destroyed the town of York IAt Munfordsvillo Albert Saltsrra was given a life sentence for beating and kicking his fouryearold stet daughter to death ordereiNegroIsoldiers from the States The W M Ritter Lumber Company of Maben W Va with several of its employes has been indicted by the Fed oral grand jury at Charleston on the of Dispatches from various places in Southern Illinois and Indiana tell of severe storms of tornado severity whicl have caused some loss of life and the destruction of much property A petition will be presented to Gov Hughes for the pardon of Thomas Jackson of Frankfort who was convicted in New York of highway rob bery as it is believed he is innocent of the crime charged Every time the President reiterates his declination of a third term his voice grows weaker and weaker None of them has the ring of the one made tho night of the November election in 190J says the Frankfort Journal As n result of taking rat poison with suicidal intent Margyerito Curtis aged 11 and her sister Helen aged 10 years are dead at Cleveland 0 Grief caused by the death of their mother a year ago was assigned by the children as the basis of a pact to end their lives Application was made in the Common Pleas Court at SpringfieldO for a receiver for the Farmers Cooperative Harvesting Machine Company The company was organized three years ago by William N Whitely a wellknown agricultural implement manufacturer Several hundred prominent business men of Norfolk went to the Jamestown Exposition Saturday and engaged in hard manual labor assisting in the general cleaning up of the grounds prior to the arrival of President Reese velt and the Georgiaday celebration- on Monday Tonight- If yon would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative effect clear the head and cleanse the stomach Price 25 coats Samples free at all drug gists A petition was filed at Lcxinton ask ing that a receiver be appointed for the Fayette Home Telephone Company it being alleged that the charter has been violated by an increase in rates and by joining forces with another long distance line NOTICE I As administrator Strs K II Mallard I notify those having claims against her et tact to preventtheni pro erly verified to meat once Those owing the ttate will plenci settle at earliest opiKirtnnlty It K Bailee IIdll1lnlltrntor Ira K II llallard Stanford Ky TO MY PATRONS AND FRIENDS IIhlr to announce tint I will move ntv Owen Ilouoet to Pars Ky anti by the 19th of July 11W71 will lie set and ready for bnslnes VIII lie ubie to Jill alt onhrlurKlor small and will be lietter equipped than ever ix fore I desire to all of my old patron nnd friend for their pat favors and ask a continuance of tame In the future Hetpectfully JOHN ell HlHnl AN KING EAGLE two 26MU Imndihlglldurkgoes ell the units with plenty of speed style and suction lHliouKKWred by loyal King s55 he by On TIlIIlJ7411 he by Htonowall Jackson 7i 1st dam Jlollle Mountz tai will hv the noted tire Oabbolfg rexlng ton JI dllm JlIJI iu7ahe- bp aiiloUlnrluilliu by Old Kfng Ku le IlarrlsIenurkUborougbbrlthNonKlnK stallion n lireuder of one iolortnl stud high styletl suctionidsgill will make the present season of 1W7 atour stable two and onehalf miles West of Stanford on till Oily pike nt the low price of 115 TO INMUH A lrVINU COLT JMKaSEKlrtt ibim by the John VfclU mad dam highblackJim Ktuno will serve mart at TO ISHUIIK A LIVING CO- LTASHLAND BROOK- No 417M Vol 17 A T IL U bred It Eu one Itnck Kitfoaledineolld nywihleft hind toot highIEIUUKKK Brook No MsirgnrutIiulhtatedy ItollbrookXimiJvnnlo Brook Hi liKtllott Htonu flM Ijidy ilrook tSi iau byUarknlghlYWyeUarknlghtdredbyAlcyoneNoar frt Anhland 1Irooks ht dnm Ilunn Wren by Ashland WllkeB record 217V4 the tire of John It Gentry 2UK Hallle Toler fJ64 Alllnllll Wilki ails d by Intl WllklJl l7Iu he by ivorgo wllkox 2nd dam Hide Lilly h rrutendvr HM and dam by Jim ionroo CJ- jNOTrAlhlnllll Ilrook Is n handsome fel ow with hots of sulutance has ti bold way if going with lots of speed ityloiindnctlon hlllhclll88lureIdunmrcstlilHseutonutilSTU 1NHUUK A LIVING OOIIF JelllletlOCkKeene ht Iflllll by the imp Inlorno 2nd ofJoolands full 18 hnnd cluck with white tolnts nnd aa breeder is umurimtsed as lIrlnKInged with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Iniur inca and money becomes due at the time of uch transaction Kflrfurthorpartlculiirscall on or address WOODHrhemmlllngS y 41rl3AtMtJRywixa S rWK art PIANO FOR SALE I Kercll Piano Iprlcht nnd used only short time for sale cheap Charles hutch vr Orali Urehnnl Ky Notice Butchers I feethlRh Good refrigerator 9 and flet tale ut n Alto n lot IIf butcher tatls MAICMIIAIJIII1I1I1UcrlJ Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with to tell my farm t14 mile West of Iluitonvllle Inrpen tor Htatlon constlnpnllSnen of rich blue grass or lolwrco nil In farm dlvldid to 0111lIIrhhouse good water In ivwry field six liutini springs with 3 dreams running throng whole tractJ HTKKLHOAUPKNTRIl llustonvllle Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Unrtlstown +RyJuno 71p01 One drop of B4114I dropped ton the bill of a Raping chicken kills the worm and relievos the chicken Instantly When fed In the food or water It is tho best preventive I have over used WILLCOOMK- SRl1141 Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to lure Cholera Capos ItoMp and Limber neck Trice 80 uents No care no pay FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 aerosol rich Illue Grate 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 balls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never tailing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if soldwithin the next 60 days ft cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L K Hughes or James 1 White Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I AsliHlrt of MrnndMri K II Italian wi will on WKI NKHUAYJtTNKH lW7 on the rumtses lit IB oclock sell tU the highest nnd twst bidder the followlni derarllKtl taro containing 11 acres of flue land The farm It ultuatcd one mile frum mnnfonl on Laucntter plkeaml u known at the Withers place The property consul of n good Hroom dwelling house barn le hlluII nil necessary I The Louse adjoins the turnpike having u loom tutu front yard running to tame All of tills term U In grass but clout n acres It Imsnlxnit luijiu feet of oak null and poplar timber on It The water Is abundant and never fnlitng Tile fencing tintchin and lies Welt It II one of lice most bountiful home In Lincoln county At the erne time and placv will al o ellome hou hold fur allure We will Oil TJIUIIHDAY JINKW on the premlas sit 10 oclock tell to the highest and best bidder the wellknown It llallard farm nrr lnlnt Lick Thli farm contains xio acre 1 of nn land anal U n very daslrnblo piece of property The dwelt ing contains 10 rooms and It In perfect re pour There are all necemary outbuilding tutu two new Imrin one stuck Imrn it iva1 having j box stnlltirrllunnd t tlmlt full of hUll The tolmcco barn ls 7Sxlll and practically new Tilt dire It under good fenonnd well watered All In trail hut ncre This place Is situated on Hlh mund A jincatter one mlln North of Ililnt lltk At mouuulplncewill bull the Hpllliimn hums 1H tulles from ruint Lick This place contains arret uf lund havln on n 1110 bouw of 7 room good outbuilding burn holding about 7 acivi ol tolxicco ntwl of water It hits nbout Macron of 00 ball nil of this land lie InK In grass but nliout names It s under good fence and very productive At name will alto tell the farm locate tllIIlllldrIc Meadow Irwk about t Hatt of 1alnt Lick iontalnlng lies acres land It limn loot srooin home with necessary outbuildings plenty of water IIfI under good fence It It about W in gra It ls about four mllo from llerea 1Iottolllllundmold on the doha iinmed Lflwral Iwhlcll will be IIIInuullcd Oil day of athesj will be made the further Information will bs gladly funilitd Callus on phone 15 lulnt Lick Ky at our ex pens Mrs R E Sallee full E H Ballard DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined Ktalllon will slake n limit ed lesson iwlat Ijiwit Mem Htovk Harm of JluUoIIllie Ky on tlllI liradfordtvllle k Jluttonvllle puke near Carpenters mutton at 115 to Insure a living roll traded or sorted with forfeits Insurance and money Ucomet due at time of such transaction Lien roadbed on colt till bonion It paid Hares grazed at flJttt n month drain If dotlrwl nt reasonable rates Mills must lie lurid before removal of marc Mares entrusted jvlll reecho my personal attention but wo win not be rue for accidents or escapes DKMHIHTION KotiliHl In iwa 15t hands high dark liny with one front end rear foot white star A model of great beauty with short back long sek deep wull sloping shoulders nnd with great styleii one exi ct from rending his pedigree Uood lone line feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive huller under middle stud In harness with that graceful movement that belongs to him by Inbcrltaice frome u long line of the most fiimou ancestry of Middle horses the world lists ever prodvced 1KDlOBitri Blrcil by Dignity linn No 1WS Vol If It Pare he by Biack Hitllrrvl he by lllnck Ka glo 71 he by King by Rash baton IhmsntskM1I loo 1Jnlnes lhtnnuark fllheby Denmmark U H lit dun Knnnlu JIc by Ked H Hlrrel Kl 2nd dam by Jlol HoOooil King William 07 dam by Ueven ort1Oliver19o Dignitys lint dsnu by Welchinon RM7 AT II It hu by AVII llam Welch he by Hyudlks Hnmbletonlnn Slid dam by Abdnlluli elnullerarddnm by Hills Verllloll- tItloIAIIKKln offering the services of Hare All to the 1 take orca4on to slate without xznnptlonthsttIhnvlueui u breeder stud handler of fnlll hun ei for sftyeurt stud exmrlence hits tatighttnc lo know nod appnclate a high class one Dare All Is tho result of careful palnstuk big breidlng anti cones as natural result of mating the very licit mures with tho foremost btalllon the Htato has Afforded cinr rylng about S5 per cent of King William hlood n greater IMT cent than any stallion In service In Stilts King William being rdod sta preeminent for fanny Middle tndhurnehorses All Irll by the low coming famous Dignity Dare ho In urn by Uhester Dare following n long lilt- of tires every one a great slow horse out of mares tout were equally nt famous as ihowmnrei and his dam Me the ireatest show mare we ever 1000 for Iwr wethink entitles bun to the careful consideration of all prosjieo live breeders We think him the grandest how horse Bee him before booking your flaresOOAHICOAiLPKNTKIt Phone jnresldenceHiwtonylllo Exchange J W Ai L XTRAGOOD Little Men I What is ItoThan Her Boyo In what does she take more interest than in his clothes We feel we are better prepared this season than ever in our lives to fit and please these little ones in Knee Pants 50 75c and 125 plain and Knickbocker i buttons wash pants 25 and 50c Knicker bocker style wash suits 125150 and 2 i Our line of woolen suits are ideal indeed beautiful Greys and Blues sizes 3 to 17 years with short pants in prices 250 to 750 l Mothers come and see them if you do not 1 J purchase it will be a pleasure to us to show youH J McROBBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKYI 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 Law As passed by Congress under the Pure Food Act of June 3 1906 has not effected our business We adopted our motto Only the Best long before Congress thougnt of such an Act Call on us for fresh Colgans Taffy Tolu and Dr Hass stock and chicken pow ders LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paint vour House I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly to its appearance We have theIbest ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO t t j One Fourth Off The price oil nil Silk nml Not Waists Theo nro right from the host makers in New York but they must go before proving time One Fourth Off The price off Ugly Skirt in tho house This includes our very nttrnetivo lino- A of Voiles STANFORD KY Jtwis 11 IDOi old e Drug- Store PERSONALS h MRS N II BISHOP of tho W- End It very ill 1MR J H VANIIOOK spent several at Urodhcad Miss WALKER of Perryvllle was with Miss Doll Poland HuuniiT CARPRNTBR Is at homo from College Lexington State from Mnlt It GENTRY isbvcr Frankfort for a few weeks MR WALTER 0 llorian is nt homo from Mt Sterling for thu Summer MR AND MRS J F C sit of Middle shopping Saturdayheroburl wore theWATRn918Vlaitl Jolly M RAIL family of Mr T F Spink nt Coatsbut1tl- IAIUtY TiuYtOIt W 8Tls visiting Mr- WI11iam Prewitt and wife nt Klrksvllle BORN to the wife of M J Murphy of Kingsvllle an clovenpound demo ocratDit ltualt REID is back from Chica go where he has been attending leer tures VosGRUBNIOAN and family MR JUUU3 of Nichultaville are with his reI ativcs hero of ML VcrTIIOMpSON MR F L non was the guest of her daughter Mrs L n Hughes who hM been III of Mn O J Crtow rheumatism some live months to considered a shade letter MM NANNIE WOODS ENGLEMAN attended exercises or the commencement State College lexln ton Mn W L MCCARTY Is in Trinidad bedside of his sister Mrs InminwhoUcrltCalyl IsMcKinney CIOYD lluauES hero handling staves for A H Hum We Somerset Republican JAMES lWlUTB was up from Stan hands with his many bakingfordt friends heroML Vernon Signal Tile little daughter of Mr W F Sho maker is very III Mrs Shomnkor who convnlcs hM been sick some time is cingStns ETTIB C DROWN and eons Low Willie Douglas of Mill Springs oJDnd t nro her parents Mr and Mrs M jlIJdC EUIIAtms wife and daugh returned Saturday from a protracts ter st Rochester and relativesvisit to Ill EriiPENNiNGTONand family of Phoenix MR Arizona Sunday family of his father night to visit the Mr T M Pennington MISSES EMMA WARREN and Mary Burdettc of Stanford will arrive San day to visit Miss Kathcrino Warren of office Somerset Times tthla J W PERRSN and children Lil Clarence and Georgia Perrin of Anderson Ind are with her parents I Mr and Mrs P G Warner Miss MARIE MAIIONEY spent several days with her father Mr H H Mahoney who has been in a Louisville hospital for treatment for stomach J A BLAIN and Miss Kathoriio Hall of Hustonvlllo are guests of Mrs R L Davison Miss Hall will leave tho latter part of tho week for Chica Freeport and other Illinois cities THAT clover old bachelor Mr W Henry Traylor is prepares to build n handsome residence not far from his distillery Ho is not willing to state Just yet who will occupy it with him I Tim Jcdsamiio Journal prints a good of Mr A C McClary who was ftpicture cashier of tho Bank of Troy Woodford county Mr McClary is a Brodhead product and an exceptionally fine young man Miss FETTRO teacher of music in tho Crab Orchard Graded School spent several days with Misses Georgia and Margaret Lewis She sang a solo very charmingly at tho Christian church Sunday morning- MESSRS W O WALKER IL J Mc Roberts and Claranco Tote all prom nent citizens of Stanford headed a del egation that came to Danville to inspect tho Danville Steam Laundry with a view to establishing a plant in the capital of Lincoln PROF JOHN BOSLEY left Wednessny for Winchester where ho will edit the SunSentinel for the next several weeks i Ills many Danville friends will regret much that he has decided not to I jvery c back next year lie will be flatly missed In educational pnd eoda- lcirclosDanvillo News BRIGHT HAYsIcontinucs very III Mn C H HAYDEN of Louisville is hero with old friends Miss MARTHA MENEKEK visited Somerset friends last week Miss SALUB COOKE returned to her home in NashvUlo this morning flay II C KENtmickof Georgetown visited Prof and Mrs J W Ireland MRS W N CRAm and children of Middtosboro are with her parents here Mum PBARL CAMPBELL has been visiting the Misses Spoonaraore in the country GAIT R M JACKSON of London was hero with his brother Mr John H Jackson Miss LULA CIIANDLUR of the Cedar Crook suction has secured n good position In the Kirksvillo Telephone Ex Coiuw was hero from Rich mond yesterday Ho says he will have eight head of good horses at the fair hero July 17 18 19 MRS J E CLAUNCH is up from Somerset to attend the marriage tomorrow of her sister Miss Jennie Lynn to Mr John M Mount MR GEORGE C KELLER JR and handsome dnugter of Louisville wore here a short while Saturday Mr Keller is still foreman and manager of- T C leering Cos big printing estab lishment on Third street in Louisuillc- MR SIIELTON M SAUFLEY managing editor of the Frankfort Journal spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife and son here Mr Saufloy has recently bought one of tho handsomest homes in Frankfort and ho and his little family are greatly enjoying housekeeping LOCALS RINK tonight BINDER artlOe pound W H Higgins SECONDHAND Champion binder for tale E T Pence GRACEFUL skaters contest at the rink tonight See It NEW braiding and fish net Mrs Leslie Carter Stanford Fun Dcering mowers binders and hay rakes go to J L Bcazley Co Six hundred feet of oneInch pipe as good as new for sale John Christ- nanSOIIETIIING new Shadow Embroidery Send for our catalogue Nation al Buycra Union No 33 Leonard St New York City FOR SALE OR RENT eDr J K VanArsdalo property on Cut Off street For particulars call on or address L R Hughes Stanford TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices SAM GUESTJoys Hoyden colored were acquitted by a jury yesterday In Judge Warrens court on a charge of selling whisky Phoebe Craig and Ma linda Nelson Negro women will be tried this afternoon on a similar charge Tile Crab Orchard Fair Racing As sociation will give its Fifth Exhibition on July 10 11 and 12 1907 A splendid list of premiums is offered among them is a saddle stake of 150 and n roadster stake of 150 Everybody invited to come and have a good time WE arc to a thatthere will bo no gambling at tho Stanford Fair July 17 18 19 Tho officers and directors are determined to have none of it and tho proper authorities have offered their assistance to prevent any effort at the robbing game MR J IIOLMANisarat killer from away back lie cleaned out his corn crib the other day and killed 155 full grown rodents and a largo number of young ones Farmers tell us that they have never seen rats so numerous and destructive as they are this year Tilt McKinney Manufacturing Co of McKinney owned by Taylor Mc- Cormack has sold the plant to tho Overall Manufacturing Co of Brads fordaville and this firm will have charge of the business from now on Mr Taylor is a son of Mr Mitchell Tay lor pof Danville and will enter the lum ber business with his father Tho McKinney Manufacturing Co has been flourishing since it begun business about a year ago 1 After June 15th I ss twr You will find us in our now big store Cor Main Bpd Dopot Streets with many now and attractive bargains In the meantime wo will otter somo of the most attractive merchandise ever offered by us nt cut prices You will surely Bead warm weather goods as it always has gotten hot BSEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUGKYI kvyfurnltrolooklie PLHASE call and pay your account be fore June 26 John Christman Stan ford IJUST curload of tho Pie neer Wire Fence See ad E T Pence TilE tax books are ready Please call and got your receipt T J Hilt sheriff D C SirrLB of Jumbo has 200 or 300 locust polls 31 too inches at top for sale LADIBS will be admitted free to the Stanton Fair on the rtl1t day Wednesday July 17 Tin sale of J W Aceys livery horses buggies etc Saturday was well attended and fairly satisfactory prices wore realized WHILE Mr JOHN flttcx of the McKinney section was visiting relatives In Russell County thieves stole 30 bar rels of corn from his crib TUB L N will run an excursion to Louisville from Stanford next Sunday at 175 for tho roundtrip Train leaves hero at Cil5 A Special cars for white people THOSE who subscribed for stock in tho Lincoln County Fair Association are requested to call and pay for sameI at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary J R POWELL the planing mill man was awarded the contract of building the amphitheatre for the Lincoln Count ty Fair which will be held hero July 171819 It will be a daisy Mr Q R Jones upfrom lose mite yesterday advertising the great 4th of July entertainment ho will give at his beautiful grove just beyond Yosemite A big list of amusements is mentioned in the bills and a great time may be expected IN the county yesterday Mr M 0 Vandcvcor qualified as administrator of Miss Nancy Vandeveer Prof iwC Bosley qualified as administrator of his sister Miss Josie L Bosley and C M Jones of his son Eugene W Jones W G Haggard resigned as constable In the Waynesburg magisterial district TilE building committee of the Odd Fellows advertise this issue for bids fc the sale and removal of tho old Com mcrcial Hotel building tho shop occu pied by Mr 0 P Huffman the build rig next to Mr Huffman and the warehouse used by Mr W H Hlggins Thcbuildings must be removed in 20 days that the Odd Fellows may begin the construction of their handsome buildingITHE crowning of Miss Kate Pence as queen of the carnival drew an immense crowd to tho rink Friday night The handsome young woman bore the honors admirably and she was heartily congratulated Mr Robert T Bruce was her escort and tho crown was placed on her pretty brow by her charming sister Miss Dora Pence The rink of the evening was one the very best yet but was cut short by tho fearful storm many leaving before tho hard rain came Tonight the attraction will be the most graceful couple young or old and to the winners a box of Lownoys candy will be given A number of ladles and gentlemen have already signified their intention of entering tho contest As many of tho skaters did not get their full quota of skating Friday night the rink will run later than usual tonight A SAD coincidence indeed were the deaths of Mr Joseph Coffey of More land and his daughter Mrs N H Bishop tho former dying on Saturday night and the latter on Sunday night The double burial occurred in the Hus I tonvillo cemetery at oclock yesterday afternoon and was tho saddest in years The father who was about 60 years old died of heart trouble after a protract I ed Illncse lie had long been a member of tho Baptist church and was a good kindhearted man He is survived by his wife and two sons Messrs Randall and Charles Coffey Mrs Bishop suffered a complication of diseases and had also been ill a long time She was a devoted wife and mother and a most ex cellent woman in every way Besides her husband sho leaves a little child only a few months old May tho Giv er of all good and perfect gifts sustain tho beloved ones in their loss WHO do you think will win in tho graceful skaters contest at the rink tonightbin the wellknown caterer of Perryville will furnish dinners at tho Stanford fair July 17 18 19 MR W 11 vlowill build an elevator at his Dix River Roller Mills that will hold 5000 or COOO bushels of wheat A M FELAND bought 209 acres of the home place on the Danville piko yesterday for 1679003 It was sold at auction FOR RcNTFivo rooms on first floor of Vandeveer residence Main Street Alto yard and garden Apply to Mrs Kirby3tLOST on Main yesterday n copy of Jean Ingelows works Name Birdie Farrar written on inside Leave with Rev L M Omer TUB ladies of the Christian church at Kingsvillc will give a strawberry supper at the church Saturday evening next 15th Go and help them STAMPING I will be at home at Stan ford next Friday and Saturday and would like to see all my friends that want stamping done on those two days I can show you some of thelatest styles Thanking you for past patronage I am yours Mrs Leslie Carter e Tile copy for the catalogue of the Lincoln County Fair to be held here July 17 18 19 is in press at this office It will be a book of nearly 100 pages full to overflowing with liberal prem- Iums and interesting display advertisements Write to Secretary J F Cum- mins if you want one e TilE speech of Mayor Clarence E Woods of Richmond at tho court house here yesterday was listened to with great interest and heartily enjoyed lie spoke at the invitation of the Law and Order League which is yet in formation and gave many BUg gestions Mayor Woods is an exceed ingly pleasing speaker and his heart is thoroughly in the work of civic right eousness ssJPICKETT news came yes terday that Miss Virginia Pickett the bright and pretty sister of Mrs Will Severance of this place died at her- r home in Shelby county She had not been in good health for a year or more but her condition was not regarded as serious Miss Pickctt spent a good deal of her time with Mrs Severance and the scores of friends she made have learned of her death with deep regret FortSALESealed bids will be received by the Odd Fellows Buildings Committee for the following First The old Commercial Hotel building Second Tho building occupied Third The buildingas a meat store adjoining the meat store Fourth The fence and ware house occupied by W H Higgins All on the Odd Fellows lot corner Main and Depot Sts Make separate bids for each building Bid dors must give a guarantee that the building will be removed and the lot cleaned off within 20 days from date of sale The bids will be opened Saturday June 15 at 430 r M The com mittee reserves the right to reject any or all bids J A Allen chairman A C Sine clerk Tile Juno term of the Lincoln Circuit Court began yesterday with Judge W C Bell on the bench The following gentleman were chosen grand jurors and after they were organized Judge Bell delivered a charge to them H L Wells WmMcCormack J T Bohon James Chappell Gus Mc- Cormack J H Boone 0 P Newland David Scott E T Pence J T Embry J C lays and J T Martin Mr Em bry was made foreman The petit jury is as follows G W Sprangler W H Cummins W P White F M Yowell R R Gentry W R Singleton E S Powell D V Holmes M B Eubanks 0 P Huffman J W Powell Ben Bryant S L Burdett R E Gaines W K Buchanan Sam Chandler J L Jars John Burdett B F Powell E J Tanner B T Lunsford S F Reynolds E B Caldwell and John Edmis ton Court adjourned at noon until this morning A number of cases at set for this morning including that of P Faulkner Kennedy charged with ing old man Shupe- Additional Local on Second Page One Half Price strssrtre r Is still the price of oily Suit You will certainly need a Suit for your Sum mor vacation or the Exposition Now is tho time to buy Waists- We have about fifty 8125 waists left to sell at 89c I++ ++ ++++ + IUi lot 11 + tIUtf+ ++ UN ISSee Our New sIi I sortmeni ii PinsIiBelts all styles 25c to 150 Belt Pearl and Metal 25 and 50c t Beauty Pins lOc to 50c per set Hat I each Pins 25c each Collar Suppotters 25c iThis new lot is just in and we hope t you come and get your choice while the assortment is unbroken i r t I LMHUEYCODry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House iu STANFORD e KENTUCKYNMi II ODD TROUSERS J For Gentlemen of Exacting Tastel Highest Class t Ready Tailored Line W JS Perkins Crab OrchardIIKentucky 1 0All lino wires of Pioneer Wire Fence are highly carbon steeled wire run through corrogated rollers When properly put up it will stay tight longer than any fencetE T PENCE STANFORD KY r II The Interior Journal Enured in the FoilOffice at Stanford a Ofldda matter ytJBLJMUBI TUBSDAXB AND IHtlUXI AT 500 PER YEAR CAST When not so paid SiOO will be charge A Nice Home for Sale ridetlretonolliny house and lot In Ornh Orchard i 6 rooint ono lieN of laud Ooo1 barnand nil necdwmry ontbuliaiiiRs Ntv I nnd in good wtehA lot of excellut true Well on naclt J n HTKJICIIKnap OrAn Or- chardNOTICE I Any one needing n Union Jnck nnd WIre Btretcber cnn leave theIr order with T J Newlllnl1 nt + IAllford Jle hiss one ha wilt how you and tnke your order nnd will till the acme on short notice 11 T MJNHK011D NOTICE I Hflrlllgi slluale 1 6 idles IoUlll UcKInneynal8IIOn on the C H n H of Mlddlebur pike on rrntnunttofIthemnano polland Bowel Trouble llheiinmtlim 11 i ppeclBlty nt remonnulo rates For pnrtlou tars term address HMHIMH Iror KK IMJoxiH Hustonville Ky r B D CARTER Now Livery Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building E TNSURANCfile Accident NonelJuL the JEST Hepreiented Ixiweit io Kate Guaranteed Paying Keo erdlUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Keildence Phone No HI GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN ryPLEASE YOU Why buy rendymnde clothing when there 11 10 little difference In the price of ready- made sits and n suit made to your measure d tailor I have n tumdiomellneofHprlnKAHummergoodi I can make trout u to lie fln st dress suit Also Overcoats Trous Sri and Fancy Vests The company I rep ytitnt Is second to none 110 UUPI KY The Tullor Stanford Ky BLACK HAWK Doming 5 years old heavy bone block with white points 15J hand high will serve Jen pets at lfiU for Jnek colts 11000 for Jennet oolts mares at HO to Insure n living colt tami parted with forfeits Insurance Pin lure nt ttW per month Not responsible for accidents should any occur Cull stud see toy lacks nnd their jack colts ns well I olin show what my jack can do ns I go on the lIlsourllllnnllhow you Instead of telling you I will take pleasure In show ing nil mule lack and leaflet colts I will also stand Jack Peyton for JSo to Insure n llvlna colt on same terms ns j hawk Will also nerve a few mares IndependenceOhlefK Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Bpaolnl Attention liven Conimorclnl Mon lag at Keasonablu hate Stook Pone In Connections Alto ngents for nil kinds Harvesting Machinery lasollne and Htenm Engines Threshing Machinery and Haw Mlles It will pay you to sw us before you buy Also commission salesmen for nil secondhand machinery e1 eaTf y Undertaker Embalmer and f Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 1ST house Phoae35t JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ore Also Dealers in Fur f niture MattingsRuga They trill exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give =Them a Call Prices Right fIANFORD KENTUCKY J t oP tfnlii iiZ55ii1I4 IAjt tt tiIrnrn ttMNtr premium Lit LinGoin 6OUnt Fairfln rt JNIOIUOUATK1 TO BE HELD AT STANFORD JULY 171819- Jas F Cummins Secretary Write for Catalogue S T Harris President First Day July J7 MULES MULE CLASS No1 Host mare mule colt under 1 year 810 00 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No2 Heat horse mule colt under 1 year 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No3 Best inure mule 1 yearold anti under 2 10 OC 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No4 Best horee mulo 1carolttand under 2 10 OC 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No 5 Best mare mule 2 year old anti under 3 10 00 S7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No6 Best horse mule 2 year old and under 3 10 00 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No7 Best Hare and mule colt colt at sido 15 00 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd HORSES NEW YORK SADDLE CLASS I No8 Best wulk trot and canter mare or geld ing any ago 1500 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 9 Best horse colt under 1ycarold 10 00 87 to let S3 to 2nd 91 Best fillycolt under 1 year old 10 00 87 to 1st 300 to 2nd No 10 Best mare or gelding 1 yenr+old and un der 2 10 00 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No 11 Best mare or gelding 1 year old and un tier 3 810 to 1st 6 to 2nd 15 00 No 12 Best mare or gelding 3 yenr old and un der 4 t 15 OQ S10 to 1M S5 to 2nd No 13 Best phietou Ionymare or gelding any age 15 hands and under 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 14 Best pair of mares or geldings any ago 25 00 820 to 1st 5 to 2ndiNo 15 Best stallion 3 year ol1 nUll under 4 15 00 S10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 1G Best mare or gelding 3 years old and unIder 4 15 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 17 Best pair any age regardless of cox col 30 00or or ownership 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd COMBINED CLASS No 18 Best mare or gelding anynge 30 00 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 19 Beet stallion allyago 50 00 835 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd Second Day July J8 JACKS AND MULES TACK CLASSNo Best jack under one year 10 00 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 21 Best jack 1earoldnml under 2 10 00 87 to Is 3 to 2nd No 22 Best jack 2 years old andover 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd FARMERS DEPARTMENT C C Gover sold to John Anderson n bull calf for 40 J W Powell sold to John B Coffey a saddle horse for 165 J W Powell bought here yesterda a good walking horse for 155 Jones Baughman of Moreland has n secondhanded threshing machine for sale J D Eads d Sons sold to Allen 8 Reid of Hustonville a cow and two calves for 35 FOR SALETwo young Polled Dur ham bulls both red A W Carpenter Moreland Ky A No1 milk oow with second calC for sale A splendid milker W L McCarty Stanford Tobacco plants on the farm of H C Merritt at Hadcnsville were detroyec by unknown persons- J T Laws the well known Perry ville citizen has a calf which has taker up with a sow and pigs John Allen sold to Charles Lute three carloads of 1400pound cattle al Gc Two cars are to go in July and one inOctoberW bought of S F Bun of Ebenezer a jack colt to be do livered when four months old for 250 Harrodsburg Herald T R Davis has made a wonderful record with his jack Leonard Six teen of the colts seven days old meas ured from 42 to 47 inches in heighth Jessamine Journal Poetry of Motion owned by Lawrence Jones of Louisville won the blue rib bon at the international horse show in London in the class for ladies hacks beating the best horses in the world ESTRAYED OR STOLENA black marc 16 hands fouryear old white specks on hind leg nearly to hock Will pay a liberal reword for her re turn William Huffman Gilberts Creek Frost in the Kansas wheat belt helped the bull movement in Chicago but the prices showed a slight falling off and did not remain steady when it was found that the reports of damage had been exaggerated No 23 Best jack any ago 15 01 I 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 24 Best jennet under two years 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 25 Best jennet n11yngo 10 09 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd MULECLASSNo nitro mule Jel1l1ottlnnd over 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 27 Best horse nude 3 year uld andover 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd No 28 Best undo any age 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 29 Best pair unties tiny ago regardless of sex or color 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd THOROUGHBRED HORSES No 30 Best thoroughbred horse either sex un der 1ycarold 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd No 31 Best thoroughbred horso either sox I year old and under 2 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd HORSES I HARNESS CLASS No 32 Best gelding Iclusottln11l1 over 25 00 820 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 33 Best colt either sex under 1 yeur old 10 00 v 87 to 1st 55 to 2nd No 34 Best marc or gelding 1 year eld and un der 2 Ife 00 87 to 1st3 to 2nd No 35 Best marc or gelding 2ycareold and un tier 3 16 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 36 heat stallion 1 year old and under 2 10 00 87 to Jet 3 to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS No 37 Best fancy turnout single horec decors tions not considered 20 00 815 to let Ft to 2nd COLT STAKENo lt colt either sex CO 00 835 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to tint 10 per cant entrance fee to enter by July 10th Seven to enter lint five to show No 3D Best stallion acnnroMunll under 4 16 00 510 to let 5 to 2nd No 40 Ilea stallion 4ycaraold nUll over 25 00 820 to let 5 to 2nd HIGH ACTING HARNESS CLASS No 41 Best muro or gelding nayage 25 00 520 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 12 Best nitre or golding 3 ycars old and un der 4 20 00 SIC to 1st 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 43 Best stallion 4 years old nnd over 25 00 820 to 1st 5 to 2nd WEEPSTAKE SADDLE CLASS No 44 Best saddle stallion nmro or goltllngany- ngc 100 00 855 to 1st 25 to 2nd and 10 to 3rd I The American Tobacco Co will more than likely build a large warehouse In Danville COUNTY COURT There were about lO cattle on the market yesterday about j half of which sold at 2 to 4Jc bunch of hogs brought SIc There was a dc mand for but only a few were or the market Horse business was quiet EveryMan His Own Doctor The average man cannot afford to employ a physician for every slight ailment or injury that may occur In his family nor can he afford to neg beet them as so slight an injury as tho scratch of a pin has boon known to cause the loss of a limb Honvo every man must from necessity bo lila own doctor for this class of ailments Success often depends upon prompt treatment which can only b had when suitable medicines are kept at hand Chamberlains Remedies have been In tho market for many years and enjoy H good reputation Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com plaintsChamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs colds croup and whooping coughChamberlains Pain Halm an anti septic liniment for cuts bruises burns sprains swelling lame back and rheumatic pains Chamber a1 1 H Stomach and Liver Tablets for Constipation biliousness and stomach troubles- Chamberlains Salve for diseases of the skin One bottlo of ouch of those lira prep arations costs but 125 For sale by all druggists The sturdy little chap ad come in from a days tramp through the woods with his grownup brother Well Bertie said his mother have you a good appetite for your dinner Yes mother exclaimed- the little fellow and I hope you have a good dinner for my appetite Why dose the stomach to euro ca tarrh of the nose and throat Treat the disease locally with Hyomel Complete outfit 9100 monoy back If It falls O L Penny 10111 J It DI D J SMITHCI- LBERTSCREEK KY The Quick Wile nnd Hmnll Profit 1 Stun Younru larded to conn1 In and see my pompleta st Kk of new Hummer KO MS HoiiutlllliK for the hot weather season Lot IIHW Iranlte tVnrejust received Heelt Kill stock of groceries nt nil kinds Take Our Standard Hemedy For IoIclall itheuumltmluanatrnatory lltnii mntumHalt thrum Imllnvntion onitl pntlon Kidney Trouble or tiny dlseasfs arising from Impure IINNI llmeinl er If taken acconllim to dlrertlons nnd he or she U not lientMted by the use of the remedy we wilt refund your money Kent to nny nddre on receipt of II Inch package rontnlns Odoowith n rfulstireil ttunrau teo For snleby Ileulieu Williams Agent McKlnney Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Got my Rated be fore Insuring Nothing but frat clnss Companies Repre seated Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Taper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phono 28 Night 166 or 133 r Third Day July J9 HORSES HARNESS CLASS No 45 Best stallion 2 years old and under 1 15 00 810 to 1st Ii to 2nd 1 SADDLE CLASS I NoW Best stallion l year old and under 2 10 00 f 87 to 1st a to 2ndrrSPECIAL CLASSrNo 47 Best mare nod colt colt at side either sex regardless of breeding M 15 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 48 Best stallion 2cnr 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2ndSNo 49 Best maro tyeans old nnd over 25 00 820 to let 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 50 Best nmro or gelding nuyago 30 00 820 to let 10 to 2nd PONIES I No 61 lkt maro or gelding under halter 10 00 87 to 1st It to 2nd j No 12 Host stallion any ago 10 00 67 to lit 3 to 2nd No BB Beet pony mare nnd colt 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd i G3J Host etnblo of 4 horses handled by ono man 20 00 j 816 to let 500 to 2nd j HORSES- No OllUwt milktrot maro or gelding Ono English Bridlo value 10 00 HARNESS CLASSt t i r No fifi Beat rockaway maro or gelding any ago 1C 00 810 to 1st A to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS s toNo BO Host iny turnout driven hy toy or girl Pony under 13 Imnds 10 00 Si to 1st fl to 2nd j WALKING CLASS No 57 Beat walking mare or golding nay ago 16 00 810 to ht 5 to 2nd No 58 lust fancy turnout single hofso decora lions 20 00 8 IS to lstB to 2nd j HARNESS CLASS t No 59 Best inure 4yoareold and over 25 00 820 to 1 it 6 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 60 Bent gelding 4 yoann ld andover 25 00 820 to lot to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 61 Bo t pair any ngo regardless of sox or color or ownership 110 00 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd COMBINED CLASS No IS Bust utalUnn sillyago J JtO 00 S20 to Irt SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER OIJASSINo Oft Hat stallion marc or guldingany ago 100 00 SOl to bt 25 to 2nd 10 to fink I R USE i ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve j tI Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE H HARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY H n A furnace in a nutshell heated or cooled in stantly the heat affects only what is being cooked The new PERFECTION OIL STOVE is what makes cooking in Summer a pleasure The cheapest and the best Call and examine it- i Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Groceries Qucenswnrc Tinware Ac Main Street STANFORD KY WiBe McRobertsDRUGGIST I Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes O ttN roba 4 PERSONAL Buperriflion given to all Prescriptions compounded J i io f J ya M Jb Y r c Lfi