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I i t 4 1i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL0 311Il Sale Begins SATURDAY JUNE 15 1907 at 9 A M AT LANCASTER Prices that have no equal values never be foro heard of The best merchandise at one third values at HST LOGANSt Uoginmng Saturday June 15th ntO Aof forlhtf f It Has Come But We Must Have The Ready Cash l 3500000Worth Clothing Shoes Hats Caps and Furnishing Goods for Moo Women Hoya and Children to be distributed in tho homos of the people at lees than actual costit the raw ma tonal DOOMED Save This And Until SATURDAY JUNE oclock A LANCASTER LOGANS Beginning MUSIC andample gentlemanly In the Hands of the New York Salvage Co The entire stock has bben placed into their hands to be sold in TEN DAYS cost or value considered Mr H T Logan has placed the stock in the hands of the Now York SalvaRe Co to be sold Fake No Su terfuge but a BonaFide Sale The stock consists of Clothing Shoes Hats andFurnishing Goodtl for Men Women and Children and everything will be sold at prices that scarcely cover the cost of the labor leaving the material entirely of the quo4tion It will be effort to dispose of thisentire stock in 10 days Their cost or value will not be considered and every quoted is strictly bona fide and absolutely correct and we merely ask you to come and for yourselves The opening will be mode l1 gala the children You will meet your friends near and far and remember the sale will positively begin Saturday Jurie 15th and lost for 10 only Lancaster lontuckys greatest mordimnt H T Logan will begin the greatest slaughter of modern merchandise that the worlds greatest century has known Take into consideration that this will be of importance to the people for a radius of 100 miles and it is the largest sale evor attempted by any merchant in the State of Kentucky involving thousands upon thousands of dollars it will convey to you some idea of the that we are going to place sale for 10 beginning Saturday June l5at 9 M Our immense building now closed to remarkand rearrange this mammoth stock of modern merchandise and will open again Saturday June 15th at 9 M I South Side of Square I West of National Bank Olympian Springs Even in a valloy of Green River In Casey county on tho of Lincoln county is situated a modest re sort for atlllcted class which is Olympian Springs It is not unknown to fame of a local char acter as yet earned by a single stream of medicinal water discovered a few years ago by Mr F M Sims owner and of a small hotel on the ground The use of the water in bath is specially clllcaclous in rheu I matic afflictions and as a copious bovorago it Is found to be distinctly remedial In diseases of the stomach liver and bowels and all ailments for which a mild saline sulphur is recom mended Some marvelous cureS are reported in a pamphlet of recent date Last year there was a run of patron age far beyond the facilities of hotel for accommodation but con siderable enlargement and improve ment has been made in anticipation of the demands of the present year Considerable demand has sprung up for the bottled water and in addition to the bathing facilities there is also a bottling apparatus in operation The accommodations are primatlvo but hospitable The air is good and the surroundings rural in character tho cost being extremely moderate it is very probable that tho continued t development of tho curative qualities of tho water may make of tho place a pretentious resort In future years At present route to Olympian Springs is via McKinney on tho Q C and hack to the distant six miles After the season is well accommodations at the hotel should be secured in advance address ing F M Sims Hustonville Ky U D No Somerset Journa- lRemarkable Rescue That truth Is stranger than fiction has once moro been demonstrated in tho little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper Ho writes I was In bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of tho lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and allhopo raid tied when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughing ceased the bleeding diminished rapidly an J In three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed for coughs and colds and 81 at Pennys shrug store Trial bottle free a lion John W Yerkes fell while descending the marble stairway of a Gin it I cinnati hotel badly straining the of the right ankle and knee He will be unable to attend the republican convention at Louisville this week l f I Wait 15 At 9 M CHURCH MATTERS Tho church house on Gooso Creek will soon be completed Liberty News Rev W A Haynes presiding elder of the Columbia district is dead at Co lumbia Rev Thomas Lord an English Con gregational minister still conducts di vine service though on April 22 he was 100 years old Ho has been preaching for 75 years Sunday June 30th has been set apart as AntiCigarette Day for Sunday schools No more important matter confronts us today than this evil The Sunday schools should be the most po tent agents with which to oppose it Our hotels with their pa perlike walls afford strange revela tions of married life said Henry E Dixey at a dinner At one of these hotels 1 heard a married man in tho next room to mine crawl into bed settle himself among tho pillows and then say to his wife Now start up your curtain lecture or else I shantget to Bleep The Kentucky Federation of Wo mens Clubs after a lively session in Shelby villo voted in favor of a limited suffrage for women adopting a resolu tion which had been amended to limit voting by women to thoso who could stand tho educational test New offi cers were elected by federation Tonight- If yon would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative effect clear the head cleanse tho stomach Price 25 coots free at all dru IstsILaborers dug up the body of an in fant only a few days old in Broathitt county and citizens of that section of tho county are much excited over the supposed murder The officers arc working on a clew Hail for Mayor Schmitz convicted of extortion at San Francisco was refus edby Judge Dunne when formal ap plication was made by the Mayors counsel Sentence will be pronounced on Juno 27- Colic ana Pains in stomach colic and diar rhoea are quickly relieved by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists Now York City Is 134500 times great er in population than all of the remain der H T LOGANNEWS NOTES Tho Wisconsin Senate by a vote of 21 to 6 killed tho twocent fare railroad billMiss Resale Jackson of Princeton carbolic acid by mistake and diedNear Ironton 0 Charles shot and killed his wife and son and severely injured his mother in law Mrs Carrie Nation was fined 25 in the Washington police court on the charge of creating a disturbance at a saloonA of guilty was returned in the case of Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco who has been on trial for several weeks on charge of extor striking boilermakers on tho Mex- Ican Central railway have agreed to submit their differences with the com pany to the arbitration of President DiazDistrict Judge McPherson at Kansas City granted petition of 18 Missou ri railroads for a temporary order restraining the State officials from put ting into effect both the maximum freight rate and tho twocent passen ger rate law The State Board of Valuation and Assessment refused to grant a motion to assess the capital of national banks only 75 per cent and placed the as sessment at 100 cent under law recently passed by the Legislature Suits have been begun to determine the constitutionality and construction of the statute Three robbers masked and heavily armed looted the North Shore health resort on Sheridan Road Winnetka near Chicago robbed a woman terror ized more than 100 patiento knocked down and robbed a hospitalattache cut telephone wires and their way to carrying with them booty valued at 1000 Under a decision of the Circuit Court at Princeton the Imperial Tobacco Company must pay John Orr for the Tobacco stemmery at Princeton which was sold by Orr to the company just before the nightriders burned the on December The company claimed that the transfer had made and refused to Orr the 13 000 agreed uponITetter Cured A lady customer of ours had suffer ed with totter for two or three years It got so bad her hands that she could not attend to her duties One box of Chamberlains Salve cured her Chamberlains med blues give splendid satisfaction in this community M H RODNEY Co Almond Ala Chamberlains medicines are for sale by all druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Jessie Nevius aged 45 is dead atDanvilleC is building a big skating rink Liberty Thomas A Newman has been ap pointed postmaster at Viva Laurel coun tyA cooperative creamery with 7000 capital stock will bo started in Dan ville within the next few days Harvey Blueskin was fined 100 and given 20 days in jail at Harrodsburg for having in his possession 1J gallons of It H Tomlinson was appointed by Gov Beckham as special judge to try an important case at Winchester Clark county John Frederick of RockcastlE came very near being killed by lightning A tree ho was standing under was struck and he was badly stunned Dr L H Blanton who has resigned as vicepresident of Central Uuiversity will get an annuity of 1000 under the Carnegie Foundation for the Advance ment of Teaching R B Young of Liberty has sold his half interest in the Hustonville Liber ty Telephone line to L A Winfrey of Middlcburg Many improve ments will be made Tom Woods Negro who killed John Adams a respectable white man in Pulaski aix weeks ago was given a life sentence The verdict was a great disappointment to the commun ity The Beaver Creek Coal Co has sold its consisting of 301100 acres of land several miles of railroad track etc in PulaskI Wayne and Whitley counties to Baur Cooperage Co for 175000 Rule Ashhurst of Somerset consummated the deal The following is sent from Harrods burg Twentyfive years ago Mr J L DeBaun moved from Covington to Per leavingCovington and stuck it into a crack in a wardrobe for safekeeping and neglected to get it A few ago he and his niece Miss Dora DeBaun went to toCovington tho old wardrobe opened it and found the avc dollar bill A Texan Mr E W Ooodloo of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In the past year I have become with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried fso effectually disposes of malaria and bilious ness They dont grind nor gripe 25c at Pennys drug store AT The greatest of modern merchan dise known to tho 20th century at ft T Saturday June 15th at 0 Ai it for 10 days Bring the children There will be music all day force of salesmen and sales ladies to wait on you Beginning Saturday June 15th qt 9 A st for 10 days only not No will out a great see Bring from days stale very on A is A border tho cillod proprietor found the the Springs soon cure ligaments wifey the and the Diarrhoea tho and drank Shafer young the tionThe the per tho the pay on household at needed the somc property the Cincinnati slaughter price great days Fortunate acquainted Look Lancaster for the KentuckyI the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO 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 J B Ovvsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford 1StH TralorJGilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W II Cuminins Pr achersville L G Goodi Waynesburg Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Initltatton was established as the Deposit Bank of Btanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In J885 and again reorganised as the First National Bank of Stanford In 1181 having had practically an untnter rupted existence for 43 years It is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing promptly and well than ever before In Us longand honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J HOOKER Preit 8T HARRIS V Pre J J MeBOBEBTSi Ohr W H WEAKEN Asit Ohn Directors V Reid DanTllle T Hurls Stanford J Sleeker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford H Baugbman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jar Robinson Hubble J H BauRhman Stanford J M Pettut Stanford OK Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stovo with the largest oven that you ever saw and somo other extra good features combined with a firstclass range throughout nukes this Stove hard to beat If you aro in need of n Cook Stove do not fail to see me before you buy All kinds rumps from 150 up to S150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber W Re McRoberts Officers DRUGGISTI Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded s f t f t The Interior Journal E C WALTON J T ROBERTS It ncnndldnte for Mnclitrnte In the 1rAb Orchard MngUterlnl strict lUbjrct to tbe action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER Ii n cnndldnto fur Jnller of subject to the nctlon of the lJel11ocrntlo party M BRUCE ountllubJect e t party JAMES C HAYS Iin cnndldnto for Jnller of Lincoln count inblcct to the nctlon of the Democrat party n D C ALLEN Ita candidate for A 5I Mor ol Lincoln coot ty tubject to the nctlon of the 1vinocrntl party VITlooks as if Mummy Willson of lsvl11e will have smooth sailing for the republican nomination for govern cr Returns from nearly 100 counties y show that he will go to the convention at Louisville tomorrow with over 14W instructed votes It is probable that t his will be the only name that will gc before the convention for the head oi the ticket Many of the counties instructed for W II Taft for president and directed that tho delegates vote for a resolution indorsing his candidacy In the minor races W II Cox of t Maysville leads for lieutenant govern a or being practically the only one for whom instructions were given In oth scatteringxTHE death of Senator Morgan recalls t the fact that there are still a number of Senators who have passed the period of three score and ten They are Senators Pettus 86 Whyte 83 Cullom 78 Frye 76 Teller 76 Platt 74 Depew 73 and Hale 71 Most of them are in full possession of mental and physical powers and daily demonstrate that some men do not come to the full measure of their lives till they pass the allotted span THE Government officially declares tobacco to be not a luxury but a necessity in a decision by the Controller of the Treasury The question arose through a number of laborers employ ed for the construction the Panama Canal who had been held in quarantine demanding tobacco through their confinement PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has adopted two more Democratic measures the i- ntetax and an Income tax In a his at Jamestown he declared in favor of both By the time he gets through stealing Democratic thunder hell be a better Democrat than many who claim the name POLITICAL Secretary of War Taft delivered the commencement address at the Uni versity of Minnesota The latest campaingn news from the Philippines is to the effect that the women have started a crusade for suf frageSecretary Taft became suddenly Ul r at Fort Snelling while witnessing a re view of troops and for a while his con dition was thought to be very serious It is stated authoritatively in Wash ington that the American delegates to The Hague Conference will not bring up for discussion the question of the limitation of armaments President Roosevelt received from Gov Terrell of Georgia a telegraphic disclaimer of any criticism of the Pres ident incident to the celebration of Georgia day at the Jamestown ExpoI sitionChairman Griggs of the Democratic Congressional Committee says Bryan will be the nominee of the party for president if he wants it and that the talk of a Southern man is foolish until Bryan is out of the way William Rogers Clay of Lexington was appointed Commissioner of the Court of Appeals to fill tho vacancy made by the resignation of John D Carroll who was appointed a regular judge on the Appellate bench- J i B Snyder was nominated for Commonwealths attorney by the republi cans of the judicial district composed of Whitley Bell and Harlan counties in a primary election in which a small vote was polled and little interest man ifestedDr L Taylor of Columbia has announced his candidacy of the Republican nomination to represent the Adair Cumberland district in the lower house of the next Kentucky Legislature Dr Taylors entrance into the race makes three aspirants for the Republican nom inatlonthe Hon J II Hovius and the Hon George L Perryman both of Adair county having announced as can didates several weeks ago The Democratic Committee of the Fifth Appellate Court district at its meeting at Frankfort issued a call for a primary election to select the demo cratic candidate to succeed Judge Jas E Cantrill All democrats are entitled to participate in the primary The call requires candidates to enter on or be fore July 8 If there is but one candi date the primary shall be calledoff 17 of the prima is es limited at 5000 Judge Car roll is the only candidate 1 l MATRIMONIAL Senator W B Whitt of Olive Mil and Miss Bcssie Sexton of Morehcai have justrannounced that they were secretly married in Olive May 15 Marriage license was issued to F A Spraggins and Miss Mary Jane Moore both oflBoyleSIt is the second mat menial venture for the groom who gave his age as 62Advocate- Mrs JohnlliooeliRussell who Vas Miss MinvalPhelps of Richmond was married Saturday to Frank E Jci nings av Jacksonville Fla attorney The bride is a cousin of Mrs W M Bright of this place On the 19th Editor L C Kelly of the KentuckyIssue and Miss Nancy Newland of Stanford will be married at the brides home Heres hoping that his lifes partner will greatly strengthen his zeal in fighting the Kentucky saloons for which he is chief among many May the partner of his joys share in his triumph when this gi gantic enemy of home is banished from our beloved Commonwealth Libert NewsInvitations have been received hereto the wedding of Miss Martha Elkii and Mr E P Halley Jr which will take place in the Lancaster Christian church on Wednesday morning June 26 The groom tobe is a son of Mr and Mrs E P Halley of Versailles For several years ho has been teaching at San Rafael Cal The prospective bride is the charming daughter of Capt r A Elkin of Lancaster and is knows andadmired by many of our people Morris M Perkins one of Crab Orchards finest young men and a son oC Mr W E Perkins the merchant was married in Cincinnati last week to Mis Mable McWhorter the charming daugh ter of Mr and Mrs J C McWhorter The ceremony was said by Rev Her Pock oflthe NinthStreet Baptist hurch and W A Brooks of Crab Orchard and Miss Hume of Cincinnati were the attendants After the wedding Mr and Mrs Perkins took a boat for Louisville and after a brief sojourn n that city camo to Crab Orchard where they have now settled down to housekeeping and are as happy as mortals get to be Both are very popular young people and they have the best wishes of their legion of friends The wedding of Miss Jennie Lynn and Mr John Mount was a social event of nuch importance in Stanford society this week The marriage was celebrated it the home of the bride near Stanford ast Wednesday afternoon at 230 clock and was a quiet affair Rev Vaughn of the Methodist church of delating After the ceremony an elegant luncheon was tendered the bride and groom and those present by Mr tad Mrs Lynn after which they drove to Danville and took tho Southern train for a bridal trip The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J E Lynn of Lin coIn county and is wellknown in Dan ville where her charming personality has always been recognized by a host if friends She is a sister of Mrs Logan Wood Mr Mount is a native of Lancaster where his parents now reside He is now a resident of Rocky Mount N C where he is engaged in the lumber business He was formerly student in Centre CollegeDanville Advocate Republican County Convention Resolutions of the republican party of Lincoln county in convention assembled 1 Be it resolved that we approve of he call of the State Central Committee to hold conventions throughout the State for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State convention which onvenes at Louisville June 19th 1907 for the purpose of nominating a candi ate for governor and all other State officers to be voted for at the November election 1907 2 We heartily indorse the splendid administration of Theodore Roosevelt rho course pursued by him in the regu latlon of the trusts and corporations deserves the praise and support of all citizens regardless of their political affiliations and we favor the nomination of a candidate who is in entire sympa with the policies which have been inaugurated by him 3 That we indorse the candidacy of- the lion Augustus E Willson for the Jtovernoribelievingcandidate to lead the fight of le against the Beckhamized machi- d we Invite all lovers of good govern mentto lend us their support at the coming November 4 We favor the indorsement and se ction of Hon William 0 as the partys candidate for pledgehim5 Tho delegates to the State conven tlon are hereby instructed to cast their votes for the Augustus E Will son for governor first last and all the time and they are further instructed to vote as a unit upon all questions which may come before the 6 That the delegates to this convention shall be Hon P M McRoberts Judge Geo M Davison G W Gentry J A Blain Ora Gooch John Edmis ton Joseph Phelps A B Florence Richard Rifle Thomas W Napier F L Stepp John Holtz aw King Jess Manning R L lavison A C Carman Wm Cordier M S Bastin Wm MeekzJ A Singleton Charles w D Tardif Simon Petroy C L Ashley W H Cummins Morrison A L Caul der Thomas Ferrill K D Noaks bert Coffey Frank Horton B T iuns- Cord I Sam Reynolds John Boyle rnepouf W111UUI14fUVPUl wrylHUl arz DANVILLE KY Great 12Day Sale Monday June 17th to July 1st This sale is very unusual in that we ofler everything except n few re- etrictel price articles in our big anti varied stock at decided reductions a sale of loft overs but every article in our stock Cousidoripg too that every article in our stock is worth more than our present prices the reduc tions which we will make for THIS SALK makes it n rare clmnco to make money by saving money The prices will be for this ealo only and will end with tho sa- leTerms ofSale Spot Cash No goods laid aside or sent on approval Ladies Suits at Half Price All our entire line of Woolen Voile Silk and Linen Suits at HALF PRICE Ladies Skirts One hundred and fifty new Skirts to select from 500 Novelty Skirts for 8295 and so on through the stock Silks and Dress Goods You may do your own selecting from our stock of Silks and Dre s Gush at reduced prices Choice line of new Fancy Taffeta Dress Silks at We were C5c Finer qualities proportionately cheap Plain Black and Colored Silks marked down Voiles Panamas Serges and all Fancy Dress Goods allreduced Ladies Furnishings Redfern Corsets J B and W B Corsets Ladies Belts and Neck wear Handkerchiefs Fancy Combs Long Gloves etc all go into this 12 Day Sale Laces and Embroideries We have the largest line of Val and other Laces and Embroideries in this section andour prices are the lowest but for this Sale we trill make big price concessions Dont miss the cha- nceWash Goods Over 400 pieces of this seasons best Wash Goods will be fairly slaughtered during this sale Dont expect the same prices alter the sale White Goods Everything in White Goods at reductions from our already low prices 3f inch Linen Lawns as low as lOc 90 inch Linen Sheeting at GOo Figured white Pique at Tie Hosiery The celebrated Peerless Hosiery in every quality from lOe to SI a pair will be in this sale at reduced prices Underwear 7Ac for Ladies full bleached ribbed Vests with taped neckand arms and so on at likevalties up to finest garments Muslin Uaderwear at every price from 19c to 84 in Gowns Skirts Drawers and Corset covers Every garment at special sale price Housekeepers Should take advantage of the cut prices on Table Linens Napkins Towels Quilt Lace and Muslin Curtains Sheets and Crashes It will be a longtime before you will buy as che- apSilver and Glass All our fine stock of John bare l Cos fine cut glass and all our Sterling and plated silver and 1847 Rogers ware will be offered in this Tale Cheap We cannot mention all we haveno matter what you want if we have it you will for two weeks get it at cut prices SUay June M to July 1st DANVILLE KT 1 UUiII 1Ii 1 kl1e if THoni it RIBS Kl 131anford icy WALK OVER r Shoes and Oxfords Wear as long as any bodys and look just a little neater a little prettier fit a little better and their styles a little more pronounced in dull and shiny fleathers at If 35O 4 and 5 I LADIESMisses and Childrens Low Shoes in White p tstraightann Buttons i H ISTANFORD 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 ssr l As passed by Congress under the Pure Food 4 Act of June 3 1906 has not effected our business We adopted our motto Only theiBest long before Congress thougnt of such an Act Call on us for fresh Colgans Taffy Tolu and Dr Hass stock and chicken pow dersLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paint Your 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 if DRUG CO l r lit 0 1o l One Fourth 0ffl 1 sn iTifoTprico ofl nil Silk and Net Waists Theo are right from the hoat makers in NQW York but they must go boforo musing tuna V One Fourth Off V price off any Skirl in the JIOUBC This includes our very attractive Iwo oilosA BTANFOHD KY Jrsr 1St 1901 SUNSHINE Finish will make old furniture look like new Pennys Drug- Store DRW B OBANNON was In Louis vllle yesterday Miss MIRANDA WIIITF is with ItVernon friends Mn AND MRS Jog E JOHNSON spent several days at Paris Mil J M ALVBRSON attended a swell hop at Versailles BORN to the wife of Russell DIHior a daughter Margaret Russell Dn J B OWSLEY Is able to ho out after his long spell of sickness Miss FANNIE McBuooM of Ablnj don Va Is with relatives here Mns W J 1071 EK and Miss Dora Pence spent several days in Louisville DR W M DOORES of Crab was here several days last week MlssMAHY HOGSETT of Danville was the guest of Miss Mary Mclloberu JOHN BniOHT JR of Somerset spent scveal days with tho homefolk heroMiss ELLEN BALLOU U visiting her r slater bore Mn Krncst Warren at Middles JAMES D SHELBY of Junction City has been ill for some time with kidney 9trouble T LACKEY of Lltchfleld III Iiwith his father and sisters at Crnb OrchardMiss NANNIE WOODS ENGLEMA spent a few days with relatives atI I RichmondMR MCKECHNIE Is back trom Atlanta whore he went to look aCter some horses ROBERT MORELANO of Lexington spent several days with his sister Mrs W C Shanks MRS 1 E HUNT of Somerset WILS the guest of her aunt Mrs W P Sephenson at Maywood DR W B PENNY wife and MIllS Cornle Penny of Danville attended the rink hero Friday evening MESDAMES MINERVA Conn and Bel tie McKInney visited tho family of Mi Thomas Pholna In Madison Mu AND MRS GEO D ROBINSON oC the Gilberts Creek section have been of friends in Hustonvillo 1guests AND Mns T S KOHINSON or New Orleans are with Judge W L Dawson and Miss Halite Dawson MR AND MRS E P NORMAN of Walton spent tho past week with their daughter Mrs Thurlow W Jones SENATOR It L HUBBLE M B En banks and B W Givens are in Cincinnati with several car loads of stock THE Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet in tho lectur room Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Miss ELIZABETH PICKETT of Finch ville returned homo with Mrs William Severance yesterday and will be her guestMiss MYRTLE OBANNON left yester day morning for Garden City Mo another points She will be Rone several weeks MR B G PENNINGTON wife and baby of Danville III are with the family of his father Mr T M Pen nlrigton MISSES PATTIE AND CLARA COLLIER of Crab Orchard have been visiting Misses Mattio and Lizzie Bcazley al Lancaster MRS LIZZIE DILLION and daughter Mrs Jesse D Wearen of Lancaster were visiting tho family of Mr George 1DWearenMRS A HAUDIN and Mrs Jennie Hardin wife and mother of the Commonwealths attorney are herewith that clever official MISSES JESSIE AND JEANIE McKECII NIB and Nannie Sloan of tho Hubble section were guests of the family of IMr G J Bohon in the west end MISSES SUE TAYLOR ENGLEMAN Virginia Bourne and Mattio Hopper Mary Hlggins who have been attend Ing the Cincinnati College of Music re turned home Friday evening MESDAMES J G CARPENTER and John S Baughman Misses Susan Fisher Woods Mary McRoberts and Sarah Baughman attended the reception given by Mrs R E McRoberts at Lan caster yesterday afternoon from 3 to 5 REV L M OMEn left this morning for Richmond Va where he will per form the marriage ceremony uniting his sisterinlaw Miss Janie Farrar tot Mr Sams Little Paul and Omeraccompanled Rev Omer Virginia go to the Jamestown From Exposition BRIGHT HAYS is out after a Bevel illness MR BARNES WKAREN is here trom Lexington MRS SUSAN YEAGBR is ill with maI land fever Miss ANNIE LEWIS GENTRY Is with McKInney friends DR E J BROWN went to Rockcastl Sunday to see a patient Miss VIRGINIA MAIIONY is with the Misses Penny in Danville Miss MARGARET PHBLPS of Richmond is with Mrs R C Mocker MR II II COLLIER is up from Lou- Isville with his parenta at Crab Orch aril MRS JOHN B MERSHON of Some set Is with her daughter Mrs A Ci MR JOHN PEARL of London was on Sundays train returning from Louii vllle Miss ANNIE LEE PERRIN of Andci son Ind is with her grandparents here MRS C M THOMPSON of Lexington Is with the family of Mr T M Per nlngton MESDAMES II D ALDRIDGE and L A Fariss spent Saturday with Mrs J R Haacldcn MESSRS SHACKELFORD AND COLON LEE of Covington are guests of John Owsloy Reid THE Current Events Club will meet with Mrs J W Baughman at Socloc Thursday afternoon MRS F L THOMPSON and Miss Alza Thompson of MU Vernon are guest of Mrs L R Hughes THE Married Peoples Social Club will meet with Mrs John H Shanks at 8 oclock Friday evening Miss MARY COOPER FELAND has returned from her duties as a teacher at Santa Fe New Mexico DR AND MRS J H DURHAM and children of Lebanon were guests Mt and Mrs H D Aldridge Miss PAULINE HOCKER went over to Lancaster yesterday to visit her grand ALDRIDGB and brother of Lancaster were guests ot Misses Pearl and Hannah Aldrldge Miss IIALLIE HOCKER of Appleton City Mo arrived Sunday to visit Misjcs Maggie and Jennie Rocker ISS PEARL BURNSIDE is up from C0 lumbus Georgia and her many friend are delighted to have her with them MRS ROHERT FENZEL is at horn from Louisville where she has been under tho treatment of a specialist He r condition is not favorable Miss ALLAH MAY TRAYLOR of Mc Kinney and Margaret Zanono of Lax caster are with Annie Ashlock In tho Gilberts Creek section LOCALS SECONDHAND Champion binder for sale E T Pence fon Dccring mowers binders and hay rakes go to J L Beazlcy Co MR J B HIGGINS has bought A A Surber Cos Store nt Shelby City JUST received a car load of the Pic near Wire Fence See ad E T lence TilE taxarenow ready Please call and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff D C SlPPLE of Jumbo has 200 m 00 locust posts 31 too inches at top for sale ITilE Danville rink will close Saturday next Tho one hero will close in a hort while FOR wedding presents solid silver table ware LIbbey cut glass hand painted China etc go to Mueller WE must have whatduo on your ubscriptlon so send or bring it in right way This is no joke and it means you if yod owe us RESERVED seats for the entertain mont to be given Thursday evening at Valtons Opera House are on sale at iIcRobcrts Drug Store DR T M LEWIS has sold to Mr D M Anderson of the Preachersville sec lion his residence and six acres of land comer Logan Avenue and Lancaster treat for 3800 Possession Aug 1C LOOK OuTProf Hicks the astronomer weather prophet gives warning n gainst taking shelter under green trees wring thunder storms in June for there lies the worst danger from lightning And Hicks never misses the nark After June 15th ltrttwttl You will find us in our now big store Cor Maui pall Bopofc Streets with many now and attractive bargains In the meantime wo will offer fcomo of tho noet attractive merchandise ever offered byus at cult prices You will surely neeit warm weather goods nilIIjt always has gotton hot ATTEND the great sale nT LoganI is conducting at Lancaster WE heard at Danville yesterday that movement is on foot to consolidate the three Danville papers FOR RENT Five rooms on first floor of Vandoveer residence Mnln Street Also yard and garden Apply to Mrs Kirby 3t TilE stockholders of the Stanfor laundry are requested to meet at tho court house Wednesday evening at 730 to look after business of importance THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices MRS JESSE D WEAREN has bought of Mr J C Florence the residence now occupied by J R Beazley next to Mrs Mary Pennys Tho price paid is private Tile beautiful Ballard y place on the Lancaster pike 11 miles from town will be sold at public outcry tomorrow Wednesday There are a number oC probable buyers J NEVIN CARTER has a carload or good two and threeyearold Western mares and horses for sale Seo them If you want a good driver or a first clm brood or work mare 2t CARD OF THANKS Mrs Catherine Coffey and sons desire to thank neighbors and friends for their kindness and attention during the recent illness of Mr Coffey and daughter Mrs Bishop May the Lord add His blessings TilE Orchard Fair Racing k Bociation will give its Fifth Exhibition on July 10 11 aryl 12 1907 A splendid list of premiums is offered among thcr is a saddle stake of 150 and a roadster stake of 150 Everybody invited to come and have a good time OUR aim is that all who know us or read our ads shall get the idea that ours is a store for quality in merchandise Its easy to quote prices but it is what the price buys that counts That wo sell Hart Schaffner Marx clothes Is the best evidence of our quality star dards they are the best clothes made Whatever you buy hero is good we tend it to be Cummins S McClary McMURTRYMrs Amanda McMu try aged 96 died in Louisville Satu day and was burled at Danville yesterday afternoon She issurvived by two sons Dr Lewis S McMui try of Louisville with whom she lived and Mr Leslie McMurtry or Danville She was a native of Gar rard county and came of pioneer stock being a daughter of John Reid ono oC the first settlers of this county lIer childhood days were spent in Garrar county after which she moved with her parents to Lincoln county wher she received her education and site ward married Lewis R McMurtry PICKETT Although she had not been in the enjoyment of good health for more than a year tho shocking an nouncement of the sudden death of Miss Virginia Pickett came like a thunder bolt to her relatives and friends Shi was a daughter of Mrs Alice Pickett of Ffnchville and a sister of County Attorney George L Pickett She was in her 22nd year and had been a consist ent member of the Christian churcl for several years Besides her mother Miss Pickett is survived by four sisters and five brothers The remains were brought to Grove Hill cemetery Wed icsday morning for interment The funeral services were conducted at the grave by Rev H D C Maclachlan of ho Christian churchShelby Record CIRCUIT COURTP Faulkner Ken ledy jointly indicted for killing old man Shupe was refused a change rcnuo and he will likely be tried this ourt In case No 3 against the city council for permitting the streets to Iet into tho fearful condition they area fino of 10 each was assessed by the ury William Gaddis was fined Cor trespass Wyatt Smith caught a 20 fine for gaming A P Humphrey Jr of Louisville was granted license to practice law after a satisfactory ex minatton by Attorneys George B ianflcy and K S Alcorn The case of R E L Sims forkilling John It Farris was begun yesterday but being un able to get a jury in this county it was jury They will report this morning A No1 good family horse for sale J A Estes Stanford LOST Cameo riFrom Mother engraved on inside Reward This of flee GREATEST In the hi tory ot Lancas ter is the sale H T Logan is Conduc Ing there See ad n front page MR JAMES Fir o Lexington Is getting up stock for a State Bank i Trust Co in Danville ind is meeting with groat success BILL HUMBER who tilled Policeman George Pollard at Lan aster and was given u life sentence nas been granted a new trial by the Court of Appeals THOSE who subscribed for stock In the Lincoln County fair Association are requested to call acid pay for same at their earjiest convenience J F Cummins secretary j WORK is progressing rapidly on the creamery which is located on Water- Works Street back oflW M Bright and we hope to report before many weeks come and go that the enterprise is turning out fine Elgin butter FisiiJudge RFsFIh died at his home at Williamsburg last wepk Judge Fish formerly li4ed at Mt Vei non and was for yea the INTERIO JOURNALS correspondent at that place He was a good business man and an honorable upright citizen MR W T STONE hat opened s general repair shop in the building on Mill street opposite J II Baughman Cos mill and is prepared to do all kind of repair work He makes doors blind sashs etc and works furniture but docs not upholster Give him a trial THE aged Mr Miltory P Hubble who was sent to Lakeland Asylum some 10 days ago died there and the remain were brought here Sunday night He lived in the Jumbo section and was an exceedingly clever kindhearted man Ills many friends sorrpw at his sad end Ing J THE tacky rink Friday evening created considerable Only a few of the young people dressed Cor the occasion but those who did had very ridiculous costumes I Miss Nancy Yea ger was decided by the judges Mesdames T A Rico and J H Shanks and Miss Emma Warren the tackiest of the tacky and she was awarded a box of Lowneys candy Miss Stella Mc Clary and Carl Carter and James Cooper each got prizes Tonight the rink will be open againjwhen something out of the ordinary will be given AT Waltons Opera House Thursday June 20 8 p M there will be an enter tainment consisting of Music Jean Ir gelows Songs of even and Tableaux This entertainment is given for the purpose of helping to build a Christian Endeavor chapel nd reading room for the people of Rowland Our earnest de sire is to establish a permanent mission there and in this to win souls for Christ We realize that the little children the young men and young wo men especially need this York In as much as have done it unto one oC the least of these ye have done it unto Me II Mrs L M Omer He Fired k 1 have fired the walking stick Ivi carried over 40 years on account of 0 oro that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Bucklens Arnica ialve that has healed the sore and undo mo a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guar nteed for Piles Burns etc by Penny druggist 2or A table prepared by direction of As istant Secretary Newberry shows that the total strength of the naval militia organization of United States according to returns of July 1 last was 5007 of whom 473 were officers and 4 624 enlisted me- nFOR SALE I IA fine Lincoln aunty farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This rod is fine 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 etc Two lock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto late place and will be sold at a bargain if old within the next 60 days J cash balance to suit purchaser For further In formation in regard to farm write LR Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky One Price slsaea11 Ie still the price of any Suit You will certainly need a Suit for your Sum mar vacation Or the Exposition Now is tho time to luy WaistsIWe have about fifty 8125 waists left to toll at 80c SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 1YPERS Or- chlard DennyI fromlercer Half GO TO Tribble Hughes Successors To L M Huey Co For Fair Goods A full line of Lawns Percales Dimities Swisses Linen Fane Parasolg and Long Gloves Just tho thing for1 the Fair Give usa call ftltlW6 will save you mon ey- TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY NECKWEAR A 0 ALL THE NEWEST THINGS t W B Perkins Crab AH line 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 fence E T STANFORD KY Bennett Memorial School Ky nz H Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address J C LEWIS Prin London Ky Notice Butchers I Good refrigerator S feet high and it feet Wide for saw ut bnrRiiln Also u lot ol lJute lertools MARNIIALLIIaanlyItutQnvllle Take Our Standard Remedy For Sciatica Khoumatlim Intlnmnmtory Illicit umtbmHalt Rheum Inillgvutloii Const patton Kidney Trouble or discuses nrlilng from blood Keimmbur If taken nccontlnu to directions and lie or the Ii not benented by the use of the remedy we will refund our money Hunt by mail to address on receipt of II Each package contains doses with n registered guaruit tee For tale by Ileuben Agent McKInney Ky Orchard Kentucky PENCE The Sue London Cun Ntrrr ClruMt lair r0 IPARKERS i3fueGrassFarmfor SaleI wish to still my ftrin ay inllon Writ of- ilustonvtily1 tulle rrom pille JIIilI lnrpen ten Bin tlon conslitlni Itoiicrrx Of rich blue KrllllS 1lIIp or tohlecO lund all In grass Thus farm can lie equally divided to advantage so a to have u 1Iod dwelling on outbutidingsTheanglo In lines There ore three stock barns I good tobacco Utrn S itablrg tenant house good water In every field nix lasting springs with a streams running throng whole tract J BTKELK OABF KNTKIt Hiutonvllle Ky Tne Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at Kttnddau matter- UBUSUSD i TOBBDATB AND FlUDVYB AT 1100 PER YEAR CAS TWben not so paid 1100 will be charged A Nice Home for Sale Orcbfnl6roontsone HCre nnd of landoOt outbulldlll New baln nn1 nil necesr and In good A lot of excellent fruit Well on uncle ixirch J D HTKKXIIHHOKV Ornn Orchard NOTICEUnion Jack and Wireneeding none order with T NewlRnd theirftretcber 000 he fillandttakeyouronWr IUlll will bow you the tame on short notice lsTLUNBfOnI NOTICE I situated 6 miles HoutliHprlngs Ot MoKlnnejrii Middle U pikeon- which nd on Hunday Is hacks ran tinily uXI lIt of Itbeumo noW open tUrn ton anti BowelnTroubleleIthelntaltetlo n specialty re lars terms address KMBIMSlror 1ILRIP Box e Hustonvllte B D CARTER NowLiveryDepot Street Phono 96 ST ANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCEVlndRtorlIlLIfe and tire Lightning t the HT1tO and Accident Represented Lowest Pos BKST Rates Guaranteed Los Puylug Keo obi i nequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when thenWhy buy difference In the price of ready- made Is so sulfa and a suit made to your mt lure ken by nn osperlenced tailor hHvt 1 of Sllrtn 8ummer goods bandsomeline busIness BUn tolowII the finest dre Also Oercoatl Troul nand Fancy Vesii The company 1 rep resent Is second to none 1t0 UUPLEV The Tailor Htanford Ky BLACK HAWK Coming 5yenrs old heavy bnnebtecJjcjjW whit polnta 151 hllnd for jack colh 11000 for jennet neta nl insure a living colt colts mares 01 100 to Inswith insuranceMare parted Notresponsible for lure at I oo per month Call lee zuvJacksand aeeldents theirJackcoltsnswell oa I cnn chow what uny planl show you lnateaaMissourithego on toke in show- Ing of telling nil Jnckandlennetcolte- l for rtwill also my colt on same terns alivingto Insure n Dtackliawk Will nllo Herve n few mare free wIth my hIgh bred colt Inde lIdcnce ChiefMoreland Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY SpecIal Attention Given Commercial Men Hlgs at Ilensonuble Ilates Stock Pens In Connection Also for all kinds of Hnrvmtlng Machinery Ganollim und Htemu Knglnes Threshing Machinery cod Haw Mills It- q will you to sue us before buy Also commission salesmen for nil secondhand machinery e1 ceaT Undertaker Embalmer and n Dealer in Harnea38addlery f Joe TANFORD KENTUCKY t Omen Phone 17 Home Phone 39 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat ngsRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I r 7 rs 4hv The Prohibition Platform Tho platform as adopted is as follows Recognizing God in government In dividual and natural we the Prohlbl tion party in Kentucky in convention assembled formulate and decree the following principles isItho greatest enemy and the State being a menace to the public health the public safety and the public morals and whereas a majority of the voters of the State of Kentucky real- Izing these facts nave outlawed tho retail of alcoholic liquors for btver age purposes in a majority of the counties of tho State we declare that the logical and inevitable next step is to prohibit the manufacture of the soveral proerage liquors in the State and call upon all like minded persons to join with us to enact and enforce laws that prohibit the manufacture the importation the wholesale and the retail of alcoholic beverage liquors throughout the territory of the State of Kentucky by a constitutional amendment That we declare our allegiance to the National Prohibition party to the same end namely the enactment and the enforcement of laws throughout national government that will entirely prohibit the importation manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors for beverage purposes throughout the entire territory of tho United States SecondThat intelligence and morality should be the only test for cit izenshtp in adult Americans ThirdThat to foster tho intelligent and morality of its citizens would be the first concern of good government and believing that the weekly Sabbath the public school and the church arc institutions which develop intelligent and morality we pledge ourselves to enforcement of the laws of the State that establish and preserve these institutions Fourth Believing that capital and labor are the right and left hand or healthful and industrial conditions we declare against all trusts and call upon all loyal citizens to see to bring about cooperation rather than competition Fifth Believing that the right to govern is vested in the people we declare for the initiative and referendum as the best if not the only method of self government FARMERS DEPARTMENT James R Keenes Peter Pan won the Brooklyn Handicap at Gravesend Saturday Embry Bros sold 45 200pound holtS for lug 1 to 10 delivery to Sweeney Morgan at Sic FOR SALETwo young Polled Durham bulls both red A W Carpenter loreland Ky Four thoroughbred Berkshire pig subject to registration for sale J A Estes Stanford A No1 milk cow with second calf or sale A splendid milker W L IcCarty Stanford Mainland 2 09J a great sire and goof acer died at Terre Haute Ind on the farm of W P hams A small crowd attended Danvilli ourt yesterdry and little or no business in the stock line was transacted- J W Proctor sold his farm of IK cres near Quail Rockcastle county to J H Barnett of Shelby for 1800 Black Polled Angus bull two years old also two young Jersey bulls for sale T W Kinney Junction City- y Ladys Man ownedby Sam Forsythe oC Harrodsburg died in Louisville where he was being raced lie was valued at 3000 ESTRAY A red heifer weighing about 400 pounds left my place about May 15 Liberal reward J T Wells Tipping Springs There are 100000 ostriches in the Qltshoorn district Cape Colony the crags annual value of the feathers yielded by each being 35 The Kansas Free Employment Agen cy calls for 20000 men and 3400 teams to help harvest the wheat crop Last year it asked for 25000 men and 5000 teamsJ Parrish of Midway sold to a presentative of Swift Co of Chica go 137 cattle averaging 1444 Ibs at 535 Thev will be shipped directly from that point to England What is said to be the highest price ever paid for a bull at a Jersey cattle sale in America was received at a sale at Coopersburg Pa The bull imported Stockwell was sold for 11500 The capital of the west end of Boyle hns hold a three days some time in August and the little city oC Perryville will for the first time be the scene of a real live county fair Advocate There never a caso of ty hqid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps the whole aye tern in perfect order Do not be Imposed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho market ask your druggist for Whites genuine Diamond Brand Nicotineless tobacco is being used extensively in Paris for the manufacture of cigarettes it being less Injurious than the tobacco in its natural condition No distress or misery from over tang if you strengthen the stomach with Mlona Fifty cents a box sold under guarantee G L Penny = dJfjj rt lu rlr HUSTONVILLE rrG Cowan bought of Allen Ray Evans a harness gelding for 225 A vocal solo was well rendered at the morning service at the Presbyterian church by J Beecher Adams Wm Wheat and wife of Middle burg were guests of Matt Engleman and family at Mt Salem Miss Ann ElIs of Stanford is the guest of Mrs J A BlainA from Miss Mamie Yancey to the president ot the board of cdncatic announces her acceptance of the offer by the trustees to teach in our graded school Miss Yancey taught last year and won great favor with her pnpils as well as tho faculty A crowded house greeted Rev S Lander Sunday morning at tho Presbj tcrian church and listened attentively to his ablo effort There will be services there next Sunday morning and night subject in morning Great is Your Reward in Heaven Tho lecture at the opera house Thurs day evening by Hon Green Keller an d Mr Weaver upon the advantages to the farmers gained by joining the American Society of Equity was attended by about 25 farmers An organization will doubtless be formed later Mrs P B Sallee of Harrodsburg was the guest of W G Routcn andI family Mrs B P Shewmaker Q Moreland was the guest of Mrs MattI Engleman Miss Kate Helm of Dan ville formerly a college student at this place is the guest of Mrs J K Helm The numerous friends of Mrs W GI Routt will be pained to learn of her illness Col Richard Powell known as Uncle Dick Is the guest of numer ous relatives in the West End Among those here from Liberty shop ping last week were Mesdames Eliaa Kidd Kate Wilkinson Misses Nell Wright and May Wilkinson Miss Pcachie Underwood is at home from school at Richmond Col F J Campbell of the Somerset Journal who has been sojourning at Olympian Springs for a week passed through here Saturday en route to his home lie reported his condition greatly improved and expressed the intention of returning soon for a longer stay A full attendance of the officers and members of the Baptist church Is requested for Saturday 22nd Business of importance will be presented The subjects of Rev n P Jackson this week at 8 P M are TuesdayWhat Is the Greatest Sin 1 Wednesday What is the Greatest Loss and Gain 1IThursdayIe There a Burning Hell and Eternal Punishment 1 Friday How Shall I Answer God 7 Sunday morning Does Christ Come Personally if so When and How 1 Sunday veningIs Heaven a Place if so Shall we Know Each Other There 1 Every Man His Own Doctor The average man cannot afford to mploy a physician for every slight aliment or injury that may occur In his family nor can ho afford to neglect them as so slight an Injury as the scratch of a pin has been known to jauso the loss of a limb Hence every nan must from necessity bo his own loctor for this class of ailments Success often depends upon prompt treatment which can only behad when unable medicines are kept at hand Chamberlains Remedies have been In the market for many years and enjoy a good reputation Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Marrhoea Remedy for bowel coin plaints Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Chamberlains Path Balm an antiseptic liniment for cuts bruises burns sprains swelling Inmo back and rheumatic pains- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets for Constipation biliousness and stomach troubles- Chamberlains Salve for diseases of the skin One bottle of each of these live preparations costs but 8125 Tor sale by all druggists Versailles beautiful new Helm Memorial Library building which was completed only a year and a half ago wns burned to the ground with all its contents The drug store of John Y Rout and William S Berrys store and plumbing establishment which occupied the lower floor of the building were destroyed E R Woodwards brick livery stable was badly damaged and Theodore W Witt whose jewelry storo adjoined the library on the south ifTered a loss of 500 from breakage In removing his jewelry and cut glass from the building The total loss is about 32000 Look here Mr Smith said the clergyman excitedly that was a counterfeit twodollar bill you put the missionary collection this morning Yes Mr Smith answered calmly I owe the heathen a grudge They fricasseed a missionary uncle ofmine in I4 rheres not thu slightest risk of los- Ing your money when you buy a dollar Hyomel outfit to cure catarrh as G L Penny will refund your money If the treatment falls The automobile Industry in the State of Michigan alone is paying the railroads 1000000 a year in freight rates ffly 9 Here and There Capt W H Hemphill a well kno river man of laducah is dead Ambassador James Bryce is in the Indian Territory studying the oil dustry A twoyearold son of M J Middle ton of Frankfort fell into a rain bar ref and was drowned- Ceremonies at the Jamestown Exposition attendant on the dedication of Pocahontas Bell the ofllcial bell of the exposition brought the Kentuck building where the exercises were held into the limelight The funeral of Senator John T Morgan took place at noon Saturday at the Churchstreet Methodist church In Selma Ala and was attended by thou sands of people Tho burial was Live Oak cemetery The democratic county committee or Washington county has recalled the primary for Aug 3 and will hold a con vention at Springfield Aug 27 to nom- Inate a candidate for Representative W S Y Goodlett is the only announc candidateThe Commerce Commission has promulgated n uniform system of accounts for railroad provided founder tho railroad rate law passed at the last session of Congress The sys tern will go into effect July covering operating revenues and operating ex and thereafter railroads will be compelled to file monthly reports n Do Not Neglect The Children At this season of the year the first mnntural looseness of achllds bowels hould have Immediate attention Tho best thing that can bo given Is Cham crlnina Colic Cholera and lar1 hooa Remedy followed by castor oil as directed with each bottle of the remedy For sale by all druggists 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rate before Insuring Nothing but firstclaw Companies Repre fen tCtlIThe Insurance Mm Phone 2J STANFORD KY Cures Gapes Instantly BardstownKy June 7 1007 Ono drop of B41144 dropped down the bill of a gapln chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken ItvUant Iy Wheh fed In the feed or water It 18 tho best preventive have over used 00011 ES m114 U guaranteed by your IfuggUt Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Itoup and LImber- mock Price 50 cents No cure no ayRiBBLE PENCE Undertakers andI Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shinies Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE G PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 160 or 133 PUBLIC SALE An liolrs of fr and Mrs K II Mallard we will on- WKDNKHUAV JUNK W tart otilliepromlMMntm oclock sell to the lilKliest nod Ixst bidder the following trucrllMHl farm containing 10 acres of line Inntl The fiirin Is situated ono mile from Htmifiml on Ijinvnater plkeiiml Is known na the Withers place The property consists of u good nrooni dwelling house Ixirn Ico house and nil necennry outbuildings The houe IIIIJolnll tho turnlilke hllIII I beau tlful front yard to name All of this fiirin U In grass but iibout as acres It liimnliout lfiOIfeet ol oak uh and poplar timber on It The water Is abundant and luvurfiilllnn The fencing Is Unitclass and lies well It la one of the most beautiful homes In Lincoln county At the same time nnil Dlaco will nUo soil tome household fur niture We will ulsoon THtTHHIIAY jrNKSUWT on the premlies at oclock sell to the highest and best bidder the wellknown K farm near 1alnt Wok This- rarmcoatuns210aensof line land nncHs n very diwlrable piece of property The dwell lug contains room and Is In perfect re Imlr There are all necessary outbuildings and two new burns One stock Ixirn is hlllnll box etnllscribsund 3 shtrU gulf The tobacco is 72c411 ndpractically new The pine under good fence well III Krais but acres This plnce Is spotted on Illch monil A Itiiiicniter turnpike our rule North uf tuliit llck Atname time amid place will H dlln1an farm miles from Paint lundihuvlllgbarn acres aboutloucreufInglngrasi but ntxwt somren renew and very productive At same time will nlso sell farm locat wl on walnut Meadow Oreek nlmut 6 miles Kimtof 1alnt LIck Olltlllllllll 1st acre of H has n good 8rooiu house with all- eassuryuuthulldingsplenty of water and under good fence fromBerea grass It Is about four miles near turnplkonnd has about acres of Imttoni land This will bo nn absolute sale for the sake division and the land will positively bo terrnjwhlohwill be made the lerl nformntlon will bo gladly furnished Unll ulan phone la Paint Lick Ky at our ex pelse Mrs R E Sallee Et E H Ballard i1JI1u CRirros IIIIANO f Snappy Clothes Griffon Brand all wool GuarAnteed Clothes are lead ere Try oura and be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Wickless Oil Cook Stoves At w H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky USE ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them inPressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE HARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky GroceriosrQuecnswarc Tinware itc Main Street STANFORD KY AnnouncementIn view of the existence of so ninny fine watches including horsctiincrs in Danville and surrounding community wo have secured the services of an expert watchmaker direct from a largo New York manufactory and make positive guarantee that we can repair any kinjl ever made If your watch is running a little out of order probably it needs oiling Many fine instru ments are ruined by continual running without oil A stitch in time saves niner also repair and clean any and all kinds of clocks and guarantee them to run when we have finished our work There is no use to send any kind of repairing away from home as we Rare these experts in constant attendance at our store We positively do time finest expert engraving in this section IE H MURRAY Danville Kentucky 1 I11iIr iiii