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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 28 1907 NO 34 11 I The Huston vllle Presbyterian church which has been undergoing extensive repairs was again opened for worship on Sunday Juno 16th More than IKK were expended A new roof was put on and the exterior woodwork also the entire exterior was repainted A new carpet now pews n pulpit and other Improvement have made this church one of the most attractive in this ie Uon of the State I The church was reopened on tho 4th anniversary of the dedication which occurred June 10th 1SCO It was tastefully decorated special music was ren dered and the sermon of our pastor Rev S B Lander was appropriate to the occasion At the opening or the morning ser vice tho chairman of the committee on repairs announced that no indebtedness rested on the church as a result of these repairs lIe stated that ever y dollar had been provided for by the congregation the Ladies Aid Society and the assistance of Presbytery It ws a season of great joy in this community Our brethren of the other churches united In the service and re BECKHAM ON CONVENTION UBy Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them And Not by Meaningless Platform Promises and Agitated t Utterances of Their Speakers In an interview on the subject o the Republican State convention GovI J C W Deck ham said in part f There was certainly nothing in the proceedings or results of that convention to cause us any serious alarm a on the contrary I urn convinced tha much was done and much loft undone by it that will materially advance the cause of the Democratic ticket and aid substantially its triumphant succors In November On our part we expect to make the most active and vigorous campaign ever seen before in Kentucky and I firmly believe that the democratic majority will be largely In creasedSince this convention has come and gone and we have had a chance to get a fair view of Its platform and ticket II can say without hesitation that I am much pleased with tho lineup and more than ever confident of the result Ther- were some features about that conven tion that would be very amusing if tho subjects involved were not so serious SERIOCOMIC FEATURES- In the first place the grotesque se riocomic spectacle of tho temporary chairman of the convention making a v radical prohibition speech and then the permanent chairman coming shortly af oppositoand picturesque view of tho embarrass t fog predicament in which the leaders were placed in trying to determine i whether it were better to take the tem perance side or the liquor side in tho campaign It was a harrasslng dilcma and the astute leaders sought to evado it with this monumental and ludicrous performance of trying to catch both sides But tho temporary chairman and his side got tho worst of it ho evident ly didnt know what the committee on resolutions and tho convention might do on that question Ills speech in the green needed complete revision in tho yellow for the convention in its resolu tions repudiated everything he had said in favor of temperance and Sunday clos ing The permanent chairman won out ho was the dominant and inspiring Iforgenius of the convention and his views r against those issued prevailed By n scant majority of seven to six in the t committee a sop was thrown to the temperance people in a weak and whis 1 REV s B LANDER The Pastor juiced with us We have been signally blessed in the past and wo approach tho future with joy and confidence A MEMBER OP SESSION pcring resolution ostensibly in favor of the county unit On the subject of the Sunday closing of saloons an issue in which the people of the entire State are taking a profound interest this re publican convention Is as silent as the SphinxTRIMMING FOR EVERY WIND liquorfwere at iu throat it dared not even murmur as it did on the unit bill ul reada law that Its candidates would even try to close the saloon on the nomineetgovernor n ance volubly told of wondrous reforms he would accomplish how he would pu rify the foul air of the democratic misrule how he with n wizard hand or an Aladdins lamp would transform in n trice a benighted and machineridden people rate happy idolaters at tho re publican shrine and in short he would clean out the Augean stables a pet pardonable aphorism which the IIand always apply to the ins LIVING QUESTIONS IGNORED Rut with all the fulsomeness of ra diant promises with no limit of time cameefrom his eloquent lips one single word of what he would do upon the most im portant question of the day in the event of his election oa governor of Ken tucky From tho mountains to tho Mississippi in his campaign he will find the question in the mouth of every citizen Why did your platform your conven tion and your speech ignore these living andgbefore the campaign over every Intelligent voter in the State will know it SHOT AT TEMPERANCE When the distinguished permanent chairman began his speech with Boys wovo got them on the run he was re ferring to the fact that the liquor pow er in tho convention had the temperance advocates on tho run lie could not have meant us democrats for while it is true we are on the run wo arc not running in the direction he would have us go- DEMOCRATS WILL WAGE AGGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN But returning to tho question asked mo as to my opinion about tho conven tion I can truthfully say that it was most successfulfrom a democratic standpoint The issues were clear our position will become stronger in the minds of the people as each day of the campaign advances Our nominee Judge finger in a manly and forcible way has stated his position upon these Important questions rho people need have no trouble in making their choices They have had practical exporicnae with republican and democratic administrations in Ken tucky They had over four years of republicanism under Gov Bradley and Taylor they have had seven and a half years of democratic administration and they should be able to easily judge of the two We invite and insist upon the most careful examination of ours just as we Intend to throw tho searchlight fully upon the other By their fruits ye shall know them and not by the meaningless promises of their recent platform or the agitated utterances of their speakers NEWS NOTES Harvard University closed its 271st year graduating a class of 660 Wcllsvlllo and East Liverpool Ohio have each gone dry in the last week One man was killed and three others badly injured by a boiler explosion near distinct tornadoes struck Med icine Lodge Kan destroying 25 houses in the northern part of tho town Six persons were injured Gaston K Philip well known in so clety and club life was indicted by the grand jury in Washington for the murk der of Frank Macaboy a hackman Tho President has forwarded to Charles Arms of Clarksville Tenn a medal for saving the lives of three men in a wreck at that place in September 1900 W R Abbott president of the Amen ican National Bank of Fort Smith and one of tho largest individual timber land owners in Arkansas died of heart failureThe Missouri railroads having agreed to obey the twocent rate law for 90 days Attorney General Hadley has dismissed the 1C suits recently institut ed in Circuit Court at St Louis- J W Carmichael a Lexington sa loon keeper is to be tried for selling whisky on Sunday His scheme was to scoop out the inside of a loaf of bread and place a bottle of booze in it and sell tho bread for 30c Because Andrew Fein an enraged lover could not bring about a reconcil iation between himself and his sweet heart Elsie Volkmann he shot and killed the girl and her father Frank Volfmann and then committed suicide atMilwaukeeAfter running through five years Capt C C Calhoun representing the State has secured from the War Department an additional allow ance of nearly Sl1000 for members of the Fourth Kentucky regiment in the SpanishAmerican War The form of mandate of the Court of Appeals in tho Louisville election con test cases has been prepared as has been the taxation of costs showing the total costs in this court to amount to 137550 or 1585 in each of the 30 cases appealed from tho judgment of the Jefferson court- Acrimonious tilts between counsel in the hearing of the motion for a receiv er for the Fayette Homo Telephone Company at Lexington caused Judge Parker to threaten to send all the lawyers to jail and keep them there as long as possible Tho case has involved much personal feeling The Navy Department has directed the cruiser Milwaukee now at the Mare Island Navy Yard California to pro protectiontion was taken in view of dispatches received which indicated the possibility of trouble in Central America thejudltmenta case of Judgo William M Beckner against the Commonwealth of Ken disbarredmaking and afildadit to be filed in an English court criticizing Kentucky courts Tetter Cured- A lady customer of ours hud suiter ed with tetter for two or tnrco years It got so bad on her hands that she could not attend to her household duties Ono box oL Chamberlains Salve cured her Chamberlains med tomes give splendid satisfaction in this community M H ItooNBY C Co Almond Ala Chamberlains medicines arc for sale by all druggists Miss Smith I see that the Legisla ture has passed a law prohibiting the women from wearing stuffed birds or feathers on hats Aunt MariaIt aint fair Ive heard of how the men in tho cities wear swallow tail coats and they never say a word against it Do Not Neglect The Children At this season of time year the first unnaturallooseness of childs bowels should have immediate attention Tho best thing that can be given is Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy followed by castor oil as directed with each bottle of the remedy For sale by all druggists sLb KINGSVILLE About 19 was cleared on the straw berry supper at the Christian church Rev J G Livingston filled his appointment at the Christian church Sun dayOur community was greatly shocked and grieved when it learned of the drowning of the little son of Dr W B OBannon The deepest sympathy is felt for him and family in their boo reavementMr Mrs Frank Burke are giving a firstclass performance each week in their tent above Thompsons old drug store They have improved their pro gram very much and will probably re main throughout the week The good music is a feature E W Creighton is the guest of JI W Boland at Lexington He will go from there to Cincinnati on a business trip Mrs Nancy Middleton of Mt Olive was the guest of her grand daughter Mrs Will Carey Master Clarence Carey was the guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Adams at Mt Olive Revel Gooch of Som erset was here Sunday Dr C M Thompson wife and daugh ter Miss Bertha went to Celina 0 Sunday to spend a week fishing on the lake Dan Hester accompanied them Mrs Cicero Reynolds and Miss Lena Reynolds were over from Stanford Monday to bid the formers brother Mr Sam Flint and family good bye before their departure for Tyler Tex where they have gone to make their home W T Flint wife and little son left for their home at Tyler Texas Tuesday This was the formers first visit home for 10 years and it has been a most enjoyable one to himself and family although he is much in love with his adopted home Colonel Gooch and family have moved into the house recently vacated by J L Johnson J L Johnson has returned from a sojourn at Big Bone Springs Boone county Mr Burns who is a firstclass occulist of Cincin anti was here last week fitting numer ous pairs of eyes J E Boland of Lexington was here Mr Slate of Lexington dealer in musical instru ments was here last week Miss Annie Milburn of Stanford was the guest of relatives here She was accompanied home by her cousin Master Joseph Walter who is now her guest Mr Jess Walter of Stanford was here last week Mr and Mrs Hundley Gooch of 0 K were the guests of their sons here Manferd and Cecil Gooch Mor ris Walls wife and children were guests of relatives at Somerset J Linthicum employe of the Q 8 C R R came up from Burgin for his wife and daughters who have been visiting her mother Mrs Smith for several weeks Mrs Harve Watts and hand some boys of Harriman Tenn are the guests of relatives here Walton Flint wife and little son have returned from a visit to relatives at Covington and will leave Tuesday for their home at Tyler Texas They will be accom panied by his fathers family who will make their home in Texas For miles and miles tho through pas senger train has plodded along in the wake of the slow freight The travelers grew irksome and even petulant Conductor says one of the boldest of them why do you not get that freight to take siding while we go by it7 Under the new Hepburn law ex plains the conductor sadly we are not allowed to pass anythingSuccess A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas fex says In tho past year I have become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried so effect ually disposes of malaria and biliousness They dont grind nor gripe 23c at Pennys drug store Children in Italy are not allowed to rub their eyes When an Infant bursts into tears no effort is made to repress the emotion but the youngster is allowed to have its cry out It is asserted that this beautifies the eyes and makes them clear while rubbing the eyes injure them in many ways The only treatment for catarrh that costs nothing unless it cures Is Hyo mel Completo outfit sold by O L Penny for 31 monoy back If It falls What could bo fairer I have been suffering much of late he said with writers cramp And smiling wanly he tightened his belt two is where it usually takes me he explained his concave stom achSt GlobeDemocrat A Mlona stomach tablet taken before meals will prevent any distress or uncomfortablefeolings Fifty cts a box at G L Pennys Fort Boonesboro hada close call from a fire which wiped out a number of hotels west of the Jamestown Exposition grounds MEET MEAT THE THE LINCOLN COUNTY TARi At Stanford Ky July 17 18 and 1907 Liberal Premiums In All Rings Storms Military Bond Will Furnish the Music Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings Each Day of Pair Write for Catalogue S T HARRIS J Fe CUMMINS President Secretary the Lincoln County national Dank 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 J B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walk er TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Preachersville IJGGooch Wayncsburg Ky First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wal originally eitabll h d at the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1991 then reorganlted ai the National Bank of Stanford In 1645 and again reorganlied ai the First National Bask of Stanford in 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted nlstence for n pears It li better supplied now with tacfiltles for transact ing buslne promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited I HOOKER Prtit BT HARRIS V Pre L J McBOBERTS Ohr W H WEAKEN AistOhri Directors V Reid Dan Tille 8 T Qarrli Stanford J Hocker Stanford L L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford S H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J H Baugbman Stanford J M Pettui Stanford O E Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with tho largest oven that you over sawand some other extra goodIfeatures combined with firstclass range throughout nukes this Stove hardtto beat If you are in need of n Cook Stove jdo not full to see me before you buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up to 81501SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky I Tinner and Plumber W fie MoRoberts Officers DRUGGIST I STANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded a The Interior Journal E Co WALTON J T ROBERTS It candidate for Magistrate In the CrAb Orchard Magisterial htrlctluJJec to the lotion of the democratic pan JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for jailer of Lincoln count to the action of the Democraticsubject M BRUCE lountlIUbJect c party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jnller of Lincoln county abject to the action of thu Democrai party DCALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county tubject to the notion of the Democrat party t Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K HendrIcksFor Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commission of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor Sout TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubei VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of IAppeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln cou- ntyW H Shanks IT is rumored from Chicago that tho railroad companies themselves will save the States the trouble of enacting a uniform twocent rate throughout tho country Western and transcontinental railroad presidents are reported to be convinced that this is the thing to do and it is also said that they will apply whatever pressure may be necessary to make railroad presidents who take a different view of the matter yield to them This making a virtue of a necessity is wise It is always better if you can to do what is necessary and just without being forced Kentucky roads may not be able to adopt the two cent rate yet but they will have to do so sooner or later It was said tha- they could not live on the threecen rate but a trial showed it profitable THE Fifthavenue Hotelin New York one of the most famous hostelries in this country has been sold by the Amo R Eno estate to a syndicate of capital fists headed by Henry Morgentheau for 7220000 When the lease of the pres ent tenants expires the structure will be razed and a modern office building erected The hotel was built in 1859 by Mr Eno on the site of an old twostor tavern The movement to nominate Grant for President was started in this hotel AT the Master Car Builders conven tion at Atlantic City it was stated tha in the United States and Canada then are approximately 50000 locomotives rt 55000 passenger coaches and 200000 freight cars in use by the various rail roads The wear and tear of this equipment would cost 23420 a day or 8550000 a year to make good ACCORDING to the views of Judge H M Garwood a Texas lawyer the South views the candidacy of William J Bryan with coldness and indifference and people in his section of the country think it ridiculous that the Nebraskan should he deemed a Democrat But who the devil is Judge Garwood A SCOTT manon a drunk ot the republican convention at Louisville and his body was fished out of the Ohio river Moral Keep away from republican conventions and beware of republicans TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL suggests to Gov Beckham the name of Samuel W Wilhite for mayor of Louisville In that great city a better democrat or a more excellent gentleman could not be found THE plumbers are havinga great time at their convention in Louisville We know of no class of people who can bet ter afford a time than they- POLITICAL The Georgia Legislature convened WednesdayIThe led a primary for August 10 for the purpose of making a nomination for State Sanator in the 17th district Only two have announcedJoe Bos worth of Middlesboro and John D Jarvis Barbourville The recent speech of Senator Knox to the Yale students has aroused much interest among public men and it is believed that his appeal for a return to constitutional methods will be received with approval by conservative men in both parties The Republican City Committee of Paducah has to permit the Womans Club and High Alumni Association to name the 10 candidates for School Trustees to be elected next fall without regard to the party affilia tions of the candidates r Gov Patterson of Tennessee deI laces that he will not call an extra session of the Legislature on account of the Memphis charter decisionIThe Oklahoma supremo solved tho injunction issued by Distri Judge Pancoast restraining the Constitutional Convention from submitting to a vote of the people tho constitution drawn for the proposed new State of Oklahoma The convention It is believed will now be called together and a new date for the election sot n PREACHERSVILLE J D Horton shipped a load of sheep hogs and cattle to Cincinnati for which he realized good prices Dr H E B Hymer and wife have arrived fromLatonia and are getting acquainted with our people They occupy the house vacated by J B lIutch insCorn is looking well now considering the very backward weather we havo had At this date five years ago corn was white with tassels Robert Thompson the Drake Creek farmer has begun to lay by his corn Poultry raisers should have a warm spot in their hearts for Wesley Blank enship A few nights since he was aroused by the barking of a dog which fad treed a raccoon He climbed three with alighted lamp in his hand and orated the coon so a companion on the ground could shoot it Wesley has a teady nerve for during his climbing the lamp chimney never fell Several persons have complained of losing poultr ately Mrs N J Horton had some hens killed a few nights ago Our little friend Miss Ruth Durham formerly of the Whites Mill section but now of Omaha has written her friends here that she is delighted with her Western home and that the I J Is a welcome visitor Will Pettus and rife of Habbarsham Tenn are visit- Ing his mother here Mr Pettus was ecently married to Miss Montgomery homas a Virginia belle The gruel is a fine fellow and one of the L Nt most efficient operators while his bride is said to be a most estimable lady Miss Hamm of Madison county has been visiting the Misses Carpenter liss Hallie Brown of Garrard was the guest of Mrs J H Thompson Mrs R F Jordan of Burnside was visiting her son Walter Jordan Mrs Amand Icrshon of Somerset was the guest of her sisters Mrs W P White and Miss lurelia Parsons Mrs Elizabeth Barker of Crab Orchard was the guest of Mrs Ona Naylor Mesdames Jorda and Jordan visited Mrs N J Horton liss Lizzie Smith and Master Joplin Smith 6f Brodhead are visitors at J- M Cress Joseph Pettus and wife of Springfield who have been visiting his other Mrs Pettus have returned home Mrs John B Anderson and children visited her parents Mr and Mrs John Naylor IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Eugene Shanks is dead at Richmond 110 was a first cousin of Roy Shanks ofRowlandJoe who had taken refugi from the rain in a hollow tree nea anville was killed by lightning Robert Henson died from a bulle wound inflicted on May 18 by Will Mul lins in a fight over a dog at Corbin Mrs Anna Kinnaird has purchased from Mr Ben Letcher his handsome home on Lexington and Third street for 10000 Danville News Danville may pass an ordiance requiring all telephone and telegraph wires to be placed underground as are- suIt of trouble with the telephone com Jack Chinn the noted race horseman and politician has filed suit in the Mercer Circuit Court for 25000 damages against the FosterMilburn Company of Buffalo N Y distributers for Doans Kidney Pills The suit- grows out of the publication of a pic ture of the Colonel and what purported to be a testimonial from him as to the- curative powers of the pills in a pamphlet which was recently distributed fore firm The case of J M Adkins administrator against the Louisville and Nashville and Southern railroads for killing dkins in a dynamite explosion at Jel- Iico last September is on trial a Wit imsburg This is a test case and it is expected to take two weeks for trial Almost all the local bar is employed with Col Peyton of Knoxville The railroads are represented by local attorneys Major Henderson of Knoxville and J W Alcorn of Stanford Over 200 witnesses were summoned Sir we said timidly to the coal- man who was idly toying with tho massive jeweled seal on his heavy gold- Itch guard pray tell us why is so much cheaper in April than it is in October supplyheWould you mindexplaining what- you mean Not at all We demand tho money and you supply it Judge He Fired the Stick I have fired the walking stlck Ive carried over 40 years on account of sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Ducklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and ide me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by Penny druggist 25c t Society of Equity IWhen we left Lincoln county two weeks ago we told your folks that tfwo did not come again we would send a man and this we are going to do Mr M F Sharp or Ohio county who has seen his tobacco go from 2 to 3Jc per pound to 8 and lOJc and everybody joining The Society of Equity Is coming to tell your people the good news Ho will be at Turncrsvilio or MilIIM the 4th of July gatherings at Shelby City Friday July 6 at 730 r M and at Hustonville Saturday afternoon at oclockMr Sharp has seen the Equity prices prevail and can tell how it was done in stead of how it might be done Ho are going to give the farmers of Lincoln another chance to join in with their fel low farmers in other parts of the State They will get right when they know about tho Equity Society and they will tbeyIgo him get a respectable hearing Thanking you for your kind invitation to use your columns in behalf of the farmers I beg leave to assure you of my profoundest respectG R KELLER Deputy State Organizer Niagara FllsE- xcursions VIA July 2530 Auk 1C and 17th Write H C KING G P A Lexington Ky for partic- ularsCOMING To STANFORD WEDNESDAY JULY 10111- Haagi Mighty Taind I Animal Shows The Largest the Best and the On- lyBig Show Coming this Year See big adin next issue of Interior Journal Notice Butchers 1 p Good refrigerator 6 feet high and ttet wide for rale nt a bantam Also a lot ot butcher tools 50 Years An AgencySO The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my llntes before Insuring Nothing but iiretclnw Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for Sale with to topfiitm aVi miles West of IIuttoiiTtlle Inrpe tors motion conelsltnsolllAnrrtn of rich blue grass or lolwtcco nil In limn This term can bo equally divided to mlrantngo ns to have n gait dwelling each place also The farm lays nlomst In R eagle In lines There lire I gtaxl tobacco Uirn i hou e good water In every xprlnR with 8 utrvami whole tract J HT1ULJ FOR A fine Lincoln county t3o acres ot rich Ulue and is hoe hemp and ast year 85 bushels of This farm has a large rooms halls porches stock barns one new stock is well watered with never md creek It is on a tear town and school date place and will be sold sold within the next 60 ince to suit purchaser formation In regard to this R Hughes or James 1 Cures Ry Gapes Bardstown p Ky One drop of B41144 tho bill of a taping worm and relieves the ly When fed in the Is the best preventive I B41144 is guarl1ntee Irugglst Stanford Drug holera Gapes Iloup ieck Price 60 cents pay whose names appear rbitl hunttnR fitting or pAlllnK on our places and later to the full extent of Fred VonflruenlKan Kml VonAllman A Fred llaumunn E ItvlclienUicli AODunn II OhrU JacoD M David Htepneni II ft I I Nunnellejr J Ubriitinn Iruyton J Jacob Jettweln Mrs 3t J Alblock Ul Kred llandorf Mr W It Uordler J Teter llalmer J Ireen Kerrlll W AmlertonCfurr JO J K Gover W J W Teak If Nester A Paxton W I Martin 34 KOonller AlexCooixr Mrs Mrs Walter Warren Mrs t4II11Vlonllro lion RIBBH t K STANFORD Lawrence Undertakers courlerJournallI Jgo Furniture of All petl Druggets Rugs ture Frames Shades andWalllnpcrIr the Undertaking TRIBBLE 6 Day Phone 28 Night Veekly Courier AND The Interior INLY BOTH ONE Few people In tbe United teard of the CourierJournal In all things fair In all thlDgS It Is essentially ipeclal arrangement we ter the WEEKLY yearand this paper for aboye Send your blatloD to usoat tc tbe WALK OVERSh- oes 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 leathers at 3 SO 4 and 5 LADIESMisses and Childrens Low Shoes in White Vici and Patent Kids light and heavy soles straight and swingjlasts in Pumps Oxfordsiann Buttons f H McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY How to Keep- Cool No doubt this worries you n great den but all you have to do is to try some of our Talcum Powders We have it altO 1C nUll 20 cents PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky New Drug Law V t ttttttt As passed by Congress under the Pure Food i Act of June 3 1906 has not effected our business We adopted our motto Only theIBest long before Congress thought of such an Act Callon us for fresh Colgans Taffy Tolu and Dr Hass stock and chick n pow ders t LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggistsf Pori Creen When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price t STANFORD DRUG CO y- ttt l1 iJ II GOOD NEWS STANFORD KY JPHK 28 190i TRY some of Pennys Ico Cream Soda e Water 6c Sundaes lOc SUNSHINE Finish will make old furniture look like nuw Pennys Drug- Store PERSONALS MRS W F VAUGHN Is very sick SiDMYEns Is in tho South dealing In horses Mit J C HEINHART of London wns here Tuesday Miss CLRA CootEli is with Hustoi vllle relatives Dn CLIFTON lowLim Is with Madison county friends t Mn H T LEWIS spent several days at Crab Orchard MIss EULAH Toirav visited friends in Mercer county MR S E OWSLEY was down from Hazel Patch this week Miss NANNIE WOODS EN EMAN Is with friends at Ashland Miss LUCIILB WALTON of Richmond Is with Miss Bessie i DR JOSEPH DECK of Somerset Is with the homefolks here MRS A E GIBBONS of Danville t spent yesterday with Mrs W T Smith Eu WILKINSON and daughter Mil Gertrude were in Lebanon this week MRS P M McHouEUTS spent seve eral days with the homofolki at Area din MR THOMAS H SHANKS of Kansa City is with his mother and brothers heroMns M E FISH and Montez Fish of Crab Orchard are with Mrs J G Carpenter MR R L MURPHY a substantial CA- Sey county friend of this paper was hero TuesdayMiss ETTA BELLE ROOT is at horn from Moline where she has been teaching MRS SAM HELM of Turnersvillc went to Knoxville Wednesday to visit relatives MIsS LUCILE MENEFEB has returned from Boulder Mont where she laugh the past year MRS MATTIE ADAMS and MIAs Fran ces Adams spcnfa week with Mrs Rod man Keenon In Frankfort Miss STELLA RUPLEV who tough at Rome N Y during the past year is at home for tho vacation RoN Jour W BIIOWN and Judgi 1 W Hcthurum of Mt Vernon wen here attending court Wednesday MR M 0 VANDEVEER and family have moved from West Main street to the VanDeveer homo on East Main Miss DAISY VANDEVEER Is at homo from Gallatin Tenn where she has been connected with a millinery house AFTER a pleasant visit to Danville Joseph Hill returned homo accompanied by Joseph Wolf who is now his guest MRS JENNIE WOLF of Danville and Mrs W S Bernard and handsome sons of Dayton 0 are visitors at T J Hills MRS THOMAS FRITH and grand daughter Elnora came down from Brodhead to the burial of Willie B 0 BannonSECRETARY R H BRONAUCH of the Crab Orchard fair has our thanks Cora complimentary to the exhibition July 10 11 12- MISSES MAGGIE AND JENNIE HOCKBR will entertain this evening in honor o their guest Miss Hallie Belle Hockcr aof Appleton City Mo MRS W N FOWLS and daughter Miss Sue Alpha are spending the week with the formers daughter Mrs R S Hendren at Kirkaville PUOF LESLIE ANDERSON is attending tho tri county teachers institute at Greensburg Proto Anderson will teach the Sugar Grove school this year Miss LUCILE SHARP and little Miss Lucy Davis Grigsbv of Talmage Mer- ceri county are with Mrs H J Mc Roberts and Miss Anna D McKoberta MRS J E BRUCE and daughter Mrs John S Baughman of Stanford were visitors in the city today at the home of Mr and Mrs R D Bruce Advo cateMR JOHN H SHANKS is back from Louisville where he has been with Jones Bros Co vinegar men Ho will manage their branch house in Ore gon when it is completed MR JOE J SPEARS is down from Stonega Va Ho informs us that her will bo married Tuesday next to Miss Bettio R Johnson of NIcholasville Mr Spears is an old Lincoln County 1 boy doing well in his adopted hone tJ lo MRS R M BLACKERDY of Louisville is with Mrs W M Bright MRS B F COSDY and sons of Moorefield are with Mrs T J Hill MRS H ROWAN SAUFLEY and son leave Saturday for Pueblo Col to visitI her father Mr George R Englcman LOCALS RINK Saturday night +BUY a 2Cc matting at 10s at the sale at Severances RINK Saturday night instead of Friday night as usual Tim L N will run u 176 excur slon to Cincinnati Sunday FINE Silk Waists dLaceWaists in this sale Severance Son Fort Deering mowers binders and hay rakes go to J L Beazlcy Co GEORGE W iebuilding an I other store room on Depot street Tim fair the Lincoln count fair At Stanford July 17 18 19 THE tax books are now ready Pleas call and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff D C SIPPLE of Jumbo has 200 or 300 locust posts 3I to 4 inches at top for sale NEVER before as many desirable new goods in a clean up sale as at Sever ancoa next week GET a good dinner tare Stanford fair Mr Ilonta tho Perry ville cater er will furnish it THE Danville Fair Company will give 2 in gold and tho license to the couplo who will marry on tho grounds during the exhibition DONT forget tho Crab Orchard fair which begins July 10 and continues three days Write to Secretary R H Bro naugh for catalogue DR W B OBANNON and family request us to thank their friends for their goodness during the recent bereavement in the OBannon home Miss ANNIE MCLAUGHLIN who had charge of Crab Orchard Springs several seasons some 18 or 20 years ago died at Lexington this week of cancer and apoplexy GOOCIL Miss Ethel Gooch daughter tf Mr W It Gooch died at Somerset of typhoid fever Mr Gooch and fam ily resided at McKinney until a few years ago- DONT forget the 4th of July enter tainment at Jones Park just beyond Yosemite Go and have a good time Q R Jones the clever promoter has arranged a great program for tho oc casion ON account of tho party to bo given by Misses Maggie and Jennie Hocker In honor of Misss Hallie Belle Hocker of Appleton City Mo this evening the rink has been postponed until tomor row Saturday evening at 730 IN celebration of Marshall Stones 17th birthday his mother Mrs Will Stone sent to him at this office Wed nesday a hugo freezer of ice cream and a sponge cako as big as a sombrero The force enjoyed the delightful treat greatly WE have received a copy of the catalogue of tho Lincoln County Pair Association from tho press of the INTERIOR JOURNAL which is very comprehensive and neatly printed The premiums are liberal and a list of them and tho advertisers take up 92 pages The meeting will be held July 1719I Frankfort Journal TUG HAAG TRAINED ANIMAL Snow PARADE The spectacular free street parade is a feature of Hangs Mighty Trained Animal Show which will exhib- It In Stanford Wednesday July 10 ands tho most gorgeous pageant of modern times with its bands of music cost ly gold and silver carved chariots tableau wagons and floats The elephants camels and dromedaries the many massive open dens and cages of lions ti gers leopards hyenas and other rare beasts of the jungle famous for their beauty ferocity and scarcity making a glistening scintillating mile of enchanting processional amazement and Is freo to alii at 130 P M on day of exhibition RINK Saturday night I HINDER twine at 9Jc per pound at G Singletons JULY 2nd to lath are the dates Severance Son JUST received rAmerican fenc ing Geo Farris NEW white Duck Skirts in the sale at Severance Sons A No 1 good family horse for sale J A Bates Stanford A TIIRFnLEGOIU race will be the at traction at the rink Saturday night HARVEST time in the country and a harvest for you at Severances next week DOORS open at 730 A M close at 7 r M each day during sale Severance Son SEE the Yale Bat and the Eton the newest in neckwear at Cummins 6 McClarys PURE white clover comb honeyAs nice as a mortal ever saw at 12Jc per pound H J Mcltoberts If you cant get sewing done buy at a bargain those wash suits and wash waists at Severance Sons TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to COO acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices MR W E PERKINS the hustling Crab Orchard merchant begins a great cutprice sale tomorrow to continue 30 days Ho will give bargains galore during that time THOSE who subscribedror stock in tho Lincoln County Fair Association are requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary NOTICEThe Masons of Crab Orch ard will erect a twostory concrete building Parties interested will get full information by calling on or writing before July 4th to Goo B Lyne chair man Building Committee REV J W PETERSON of the Pente costal Mission will begin a 15day Holi ness Camp Meeting at the Reunion Grounds near KIngsvllle July 13 Ho will bo assisted by Rev John Lawson of the Apostolic Holiness Church Tug Crab Orchard Fair Racing As sociation will give its Fifth Exhibition on July 10 11 and 12 1907 A splendid list of premiums is olTered among them is a saddle stake of 150 and a roadster stake of 150 Everybody invited to como and have a good time ATTENTION Turnpike contractors bear in mind that all stone must be put on tho turnpikes before the 1st day of January 1908 and nil gravel must bo put on on or before the 15th day of Oc tober 1907 The contractor stipulates in his bond to pay 5 a day for each and every day after said dates he may have railed to comply with this stipulation of tho bond as liquidated damages Before beginning work each contractor will notify Samuel Dudderar tho supervisor Gilberts Creek Lincoln coun ty Ky who will either in person meas ure your wagon beds and direct where the metal Is to be spread or havo one of his assistants there to measure the wagon beds and direct where tho metal is to bo put R C Warren Judge Juno 25 1907- CIRCUIT COURT James Ballcw for shooting at 00 Rawlings and James Swaner freight brakemen was given a year in tho penitentiary Ballcw is a Rockcastlo product and the shooting occurred at Maywood The case of R E Leo Sims for kill- Ing John R Farris was given to the jury at noon Wednesdny and it has been wrangling with it since Up to tho hour of going to press there has been no intimation as to how thejury stands- P Faulkner Kennedy indicted with his brother William Kennedy for kill- Ing old man Shupe will not be tried this term James II Kennedy who was given new trial by tho court of appeals will make application fqr bail today or tomorrow The jurors excepting those In tho Sims case have all been discharged and court will come to an end tomorrow af ternoon i Our Big Semi Annual Clearance u Sale Begins Next Tuesday July 2nd t continuing II days until July 13 Look for Circular t ISEVERANCE SON STANFORD Set the tjireelegged race at the rink Saturday night I WILL privately twohors wagon Old Hickory one McCor- mack mower one McCormack hay rake two No 20 Oliver Chilled plows two smoothing harrows corn planter eight sets of gear All comparatively new Will sell at a Bargain if sold at once J J Spears Moreland Ky CBUCRH MATTERS Rev J M Taylor will preach at the White Oak school house next Sunda afternoon at 3 oclock Dr E Y Mullins was elected prea dent of the Kentucky Edi cational Sc ciety at its meeting at Mayfield There will be preaching at Hebron Sunday morning Childrens exercise will begin at 730 in the evening Loyalist members of th Cumberlan Presbyterian Church have organized Board of Trustees and at a meeting In Bowling Green it was ordered tha steps be taken at once to recover prop deIterlan church The sum of 200000 Is to be raised as soon na possible by the General Asso elation of Kentucky Baptists to erect a sanitarium in Louisville The plan was authorized by the association which Is in session at Mayfield and work will be begun at once soliciting funds The plan is to issue 200000 shares of 1 each and no free patients will be treat ed MATRIMONIAL At Bloomington Ind Daniel Rawlins aged 74 was granted a divorc from his wife 64 They had lived together 43 years any Diarrhoea Pains in the stomach colic and diar rhoea are quickly relieved by the lse of CbaDberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by al druggists Marjorie Maude says she can wear her little sisters shoes VirginiaI dont know about that but she looks as if she wore her little sisters bathing suit July Bohemian lie SoSymthe has been run over by an automobile ehl How did it happen SheThe poor fellow was stooping over to pick up a horseshoe for luck After a session of 26 weeks the New York Legislature adjourned Wednes day LN TIMETABLE NoflHouthllpMNo SJ South 1830 F M No in North 4Sl A o1 North tli P JOS S RICE Agont Keep Your Bowels Open It is a noticeable fact and one which any doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the ones who have the most difficulty la keeping their bowels open Regular bowel action is halt the battle of health People who have a to constipation must of necessity use something to help nature along This should not be a violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a syrup liquid that will dig the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact with Children women and weak people generally should never be given a strongpbysicM It weakens the system And It to futile for the strongest person because the reaotlonWbat It needed U a prompt but gentle laxa tin tonto like Dr Caldwellt Syrup Pepsin People have been taking It for sixteen years and It Is being better liked by more people every rear The reason Is tbat It Oils a want It U unlike anything else Results are so sure In constipation dyspepsia Indigestion liver trouble biliousness flatulency sour stomach weak stomach bloated ttomiub end such Ills that a cure ot any of these ailments Is absolutely guaranteed A bottle costs but 60 cents or tl ands worth a hundred times that to any lurlerer Wise mothers keep It constantly In the house tor emergencies because It Is needed at sometime or other by every member of the family Dr Luella Underbill the medical superinten dent of the Working Womans Home of Chicago bas kept her charges In perfect health by the use at Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin whenever a atom ich complaint wax brought to her attention No other laxative Is used In the Uome Buy bottle yourself today and watch the prompt and per manent results FREE TEST 7hose wltMr to try Dr did welts Syrup Pepsin Defer buy Ing can hays a free sample bows sent to their home by addressing the company This offer It to prove that the remedy do Ii we claim and only open to those who lint never taken It Send tor It you any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old folks naranteed permanent home era THE PUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure at DR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product boats purity guarantee 17 Washington PEPSIN SYRUP 86 llftaldwell Bldg Meatballs III South East Corner Main and 41 Depot Streets I Tribble Hughes Successors To L M Huey Co Headquarters for Summer Goods It will save you money to buy from us Come in and let us show you our line ot Lawns Dimities Dotted Swipes Persian Lawns and Lingerie material for Waists A new line of Laces Ribbons and Belts just in TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI Overstocked I sasiaeaIIOwing tothe unseasonable weather we find we have too many Mens Light Weight Suits- In order to reduce our stock we will offer our customers some rare bargainsO- ur 820 Suits Cut to 815 Our 81750 Suits Cut to 813 Our 81C Suits Cut to 812 Our 81350 Suits Cut to 810 Our 811 Suits Cut to 89 i Our 88 Suits Cut to 8650 Our entire stock of this seasons newest patterns in Mens Suits will be includ ed in this sale No shoddy goods Every suit handsomely tailored Now is the time to buy your suit for the Fair Sale begins SAT URDAY MORNING JUNE 29 and continue 30 Days W B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky II E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky Established eleven years Christian Influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address JC LEWIS Prin London Ky fja+n cxK 9w Interior Journal IfThe in the Poe Ofiee at Stanford t matter- 7V2L1AUtaD all TDBSUAVa AND HUIJAT B AT 5100 PER YEAR CASb- 7IWhen H not paid SSOO will be charge d 5 1JesseW Sweeney rBOFBlKTOR livery Food and Salo Stabs Lanoaster K- yNOTICE r a Union Jack and Wir e Any one needing R CIIlIllIItI their order with T NewUndntHtnnfonl He lint one he will show you and take your order nod will 1heamo on short notice BT IUNSFOIID i NOTICE I OlTtaplnnBprlngiiUunUKU mllM South 0 Itr and of on MoKlnney k Mliiaioburfi pike us which bucks run dally except DOW open for the treatment of Hheunin Kll1l1c Illmldernna nil Htom china Ilowel Troubles Ubeuinntlini specialty nt reasonable rates For pnrtlcu ten and terms address K M BIMH Pror RF I fox Si Hustonvllle Ky BD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building k INSURANCE Tire Lightning Wlnd Storm Life and None the BTHONQKHT and DST compnnlclteprelented Lowest POSe Able Rates raying Rep rdUnrqualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No SI GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there J 10 little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure Uken by an experienced tailor I have a Sandiomo line of Spring Bummer goods I heanestdreusultAIsoOvercoatsTrou to are and Fancy Vests Tbe company represent U second to none IL O HUPLKV The Tailor Stanford Ky BLACK HAWKr tioming5yearsoldheavyhunsblack with white 153 Jen etllat1IStgtotJuckcolts for Jennet colts mllrelftt n living colt hares parted with forfeits Insurance Pas larval fro per month Not responsible for accidents should any occur Call nnd seem and tholr Jack colts as well I canshowyouwhntm Jack can do ai I jo on the Missouri I show you Instead of telling you I will take pleasure In show Ing all mule Jack colts I will also stated Rlldienlllt eton for SlJiO 4toInsure a Ilvln same terms us Hawk Will also serve a few mares I Jreo with my high bred colt Independence Chief H Moreuind Ky Boone Walls Successors to BD Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Social Attention Given Commercial Men loud lugs at Ileasonuule Katva Stock Pons In Connection Also agents for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery lanollne cud Hteant MillsThreshing Machinery and Haw It will pay you to see us before you buy Also commission salesmen for all seeoad h0nd ancblntry e tCecary Undertaker Embalmer and ed Dealer in Harnes36addlerj af Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY by Once Phone 167 some Phone IS JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and E balm era Also Dealers in Fur j aiture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call PricesRight t STANFORD KENTUCKY l Is J FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Mitchell farm two miles from Midway sold at 150 per acre Richard Crokers Orby winner of th English Derby won the Irish Derby a SALETwo young Polled Durham bulls both red A W Carpenter Moreland KyIPour thoroughbred Berkshire pigs subject to registration for sale J A Estes Stanford A No1 milk cow with second calf for sale A splendid milker W L McCarty Stanford Mrs Courtney Helm bought Grass mero farm of 240 acres near Lexington for 54000 or 225 per acre FOR SALE9lI mixed cattle one to- T three years old extra good mountal cattle Willis Adams Mt Vernon ESTRAV A red steer welghln about 400 pounds left my place abou Ma15 Liberal reward J T Wells Dripping Springs J Nevin Carter came In today will a carload of nice young farm horse and mare See them if you want n good team for about half what mules will cost J F Chantey of Newark N Jhas sold for 10000 to John E Madden the famous race mare Los Angeles her two year old chestnut filly her yearling chestnut colt and a suckling chestnut filly by The Bard- Extensive tests in road Plinking will be conducted by the Government in and around Bowling Green during the sum mer all sorts of material being used The tests will le used as guides for work in all parts of the country At a meeting of the officers of the Perryville Fair association August 14 15 and 16 were decided upon as the days upon which to give the exhi bition The large woodland on the hill north of Perryville has been secur ed Danville Herald FOR SALESouthdown lambs as stockers 14 ewe lambs 14 male lambs one yearling male Fisher Renick and McKinney cross I wish to engage them before July 10 for delivery later in July if desired Call at place or address Miss Mattie H Hewcs Moreland Ky R F D Box 33 The McCracken County Dark Tobacco Growers Association at Paducah this season so far has sold 5000 hogsheads of tobacco averaging 150 the hogshead Prices range from to 9 per 100 pounds on lugs and from 8 to 15 per 100 pounds on leaf This is double the sales of the previous season It is said that only G5 per cent of an average crop has been planted BIGGEST Yew never heerd me tell Abaout thet monster Well He wuz the biggest ono I ever seen I swun When I describe his size I cant blieve my eyes An I dont spect thet yew Kin skurcely blieve it tew Down Lizzard crick one day I fished an fished away An here I wanter state I had the proper bait An everything wuz clear My head an hands an gear When I felt nigh the bank A mos tremenjus yank My cork went aout o sight My pole bent double quite The crick she biled an biled An got all rough an riled I straightened like a bull An fetched a mighty pull An would yew blieve It Say liewell he got away Joe Cone Remarkable Rescue That truth Is stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrated In the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C Y Pepper He writes I was In bed entirely disabled with lemprrbages of the lungs and throat doctors failed to help me and all hope had lied when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then Instant relief came The coughing soon ceas the bleeding diminished rapidly and In three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds Loc and 11 at Pennys drug store Trial bottle free A florist of Philadelphia was one day making the rounds of his properties near that city when he was approached a young man who applied to him for workI sorry said the florist but have all the help I need I have nothing for you to do j politevery little work It would take to occupy mel i The Magic No3 s Number three is a wonderful mascot 2 for Geo II Parris of Cedar Grove I Ho according to a letter which reads A After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to find relief I tried Electric Haters and as a result I am a well man today The first bottle relieved and three bottles completed the cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver andt kldneV troubles by Penny druggist LLCAMrs Sallie Scott aged 86 is dead at Is Nicholasville Every Man His Own Doctor Thoaveroge man cannot afford tO employ a physician for every sllglit n occurtg as so an the scratch of a pin has been known tO cause tho loss of a limb Hence over y man must from necessity be his o doctor for this class of ailment Success often depends upon IlrolUpt treatment which can only be had wIt suitable medicines are kept at hand Chamberlains Remedies have been I the market for many years and enjo a good reputation Chamberlains Colic Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints foricoughs antti uus burns sprains swelling lame bad and rheumatic pains- Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets for Constipation biliousness and stomach troubles- Chamberlains Salvo for diseases ol the skin One bottle of each of those five prep arations costs but 125 For sale all druggists The Bluegrass Tobacco Company whose factory in Louisville was burned on April 11 has decided to locate its plant permanently in Lexington whic has been its headquarters since tho destruction of the building in Louisville 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 coots Samples free at all drug gistsICentral Kentucky Real Estate Exchange tic TITLE COI No 1JI30 acre farm J tulle of Crib Orchard Ky Brick dwelling roomi two teasel houses two barns well and prlDC our dwtlllng la high itsU ol cultlrstlOD 1M sen rlrrr bottom- land good fencing fruit tie Irlc JIOVO sa acre NosAnlcefarm st HlehUnJ Kwelllmprov Ii welt watered etc Price ro- ovss6 con of ln1 Jamotown rod south of Dunnvlllf too scrti In cultivation about ti acres In timber n1 rest In TIS Alarms new frame dwell leg also an old dweling on place A new tam sad wo oU ones It Is well watered and lbe fencing It good On public rod Pries l No teaA 220 acre farm I11Dfon DU ricer near Crab Orchard About 70 anti 41 acres la pasture rest In good timber About 7J bearing fruit tree on the place 2 story groom dwelling Ordlmry liable and crib Dd a vtry good tenant house The buildings ire In vets but tbe fences are noL Tbe plice U watered by 4 ever falling spring This Is a KootI stock farm sad Is offered at a bargain Price only itsu000No 170 acre firm our Huitontllle Hood dwelling anti barn a food portion of this place could be sold fur town It Is well wstered aid the unclog sad building are la good condition Tbls Is one of the bet gums In tbe county The soil Is rich and will produce hemp etc Para 13000 00 l o 4Two story trsme dwelling 7 room ball and vetaads Good garden fencing and hone In good repair For ule or rent Price nuooblINo a5Uous and die acres of ney Necosury outbuildings fencing good and well watered Will sell ibis place uu eat term No 7329 acres of good land six rooms twc story dwelling will watered good leasing Is Is he suburbs the city ot Stanford close to traded school and lurches This It s detirable home Price reasonable No 37 room frame cottage and one acre o land In Klugirlllv Ky Large barn stocks houw tc All sod fencing In good repalt Price Sire n No 201675 acres of land cottage of rooms good ball and t porches Hood bun and other oecasary outbuttdlhga Fencing and buildings In ood repair Place well watered a iplmdid well- it house etc Lind is all ICTC end produces well Young and peach orchard 1 hit turn Is bout 8 miles Irnm town Price plIO- O1o2OJA tK sere farm In the Wajnttbuig sctloa about miles from 2 rail road station loesto pot omce stores church etc Lays between Rural Free IMlreri Monte by placelour room log house a splendid barn 31x16 lert sod has two good the I watered with noTerdlllog tpricgi and t run ting branch through the pace has good lean and outbuilding Price tl 800 TrmseuyISo 205100 sere firm situated on burg and lit Vernon road boat 3 miles east of WyneaburlC Ilai 1 groom cottiKt etc Toll s lice longs to a gentleman In Cullturnlt anti ht till sell il cheap cud on easy term b NO 115 A nice large store room and dwelling Love conilttlngol several nicely lurnltbed room i bun and lot and all necessary outbuildings bit property Is In good repair situated on Stein- trees to right In the batneu lurtlon of II ton This property wilt be sold of a bargtln and a splendid opportunity to some one desiring to onbuilneis For store and dwelling being Combined will be a great aarlng in rent etc No 19 80J4 acres of land near Crab Orchard heap No 219 One vacant lot In Junction CIIt IIfronUncouth oo Lucus street feet Price No Home aud loton lAgan street In Hlao lord Hood garden etc Everything la good reoH pair Price 9 Twottorr frame dwelling of six rooms to hall veranda c well at door and all other ecesisry outbuildings Alto Urge blacksmith bop 60x30 and sheds lull length of shop sad 10 etwlde This property will be aldat a very w price er No 1I3A Latin ol SSI acre tltuated alx utr7 ills from tllnlood sod mllesfroin Crab limbs d on the wters oHe lar riek Ti place it rut In bout lleldt anti can tubillrliled About 230 ere It In culiiratlon timber tuffldent to eop op lace tJ r and onehill terry frame dwelling ol tI room halls porehestr Twj guud ice irni graaryt corn crib etc flare is wail water twogoodclturusat the door runolim straw trough fArm All In uwxl Iboe exeejit Mr Puce tlJ acr Tens IITIAn 2WKlco4 room cotUge acre tested about I mile from Shelby City Tbs house lone cost 1500 We will sell tllllIe for i 3 No fIW seres 84 miles Irom Junction City story 6 room fume dwelling good barn erne 4ikebouM etc All In good repair lno udlog mclngSSacr sin grttj and 2J seres In culura Uoa loud orchard ol etchrs plums applls etc splendid rape nsrliorj 2500 grapes sold In J nejpir Place close to school churches and well watered medlcsted well a house and i wet well ai barn etc Price a600 No 7960 acre t of land nrir Junction CUTcutinI yen lIelll acres in culllralloUI rut crJ fgrapelltlose to school A twotlory six room frame dwelllDg good barn etc Ulo lood repair Price 13250 Itgegaiden and pln of l4 urn fencing II cod two eta les buggy house amoke house eta c jowl well on p ace there b also a gooJ mill the place s g crusher In mill It Is run by nat ural power which Is a great economy and the dam In good repair Will sell the property st a low Ogure or lease It countyKyto date In every particular and good ng with improvement anti acres of One and closo to Southern railroad Price S5 000 No 135 Cottage la Laccatter 71 fuel trout DJ peepaage contains rooms hill veranda i anti basement Close to school elturthes et ITIos 1250000 terserrouting street feet Irom howl up stairs sale his for dirt tag 2 nice cottagei nicely furoltfi psperm and panted s rooms and Tfranda cash A looellfoet deep All of this property Ilia London liy sseonepnr isalJfor farm In Ullwlo county teadNo 86110 urea of land ode ulle from SotatrM Kycutlnseren6eld Forty acres In eultlri lion 40 arrri In pasture balance In timber Owrti ng rontalni M ren romui Large barn and all ne plnIdNo21 l60acrMof land In Port six mllM irora railroad and j mile frostArlan fiver S rrotr acmoriaad l river bottom II firstclsM land and la grass This laoj Is for l1 exchanges In Allen county Ky on teak road and pike about S3 acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and shoe ISO In grass Timber on place U out to It inches but will make barrol timber thing lea ties and cord wood enough to pay tot the place twice over A large part Is lend ed There are four dwelling ot I room each and one store ot two stories with room shore his wolfs and springs of water Is It 3 mile of county Oed and grows tobacoo c ten wheat Iraaa etc for I S3N Oae hal cash No TOlOscrrsoflsnd twostory front e tl ge room ball etc lluune It nsw a good girds end splendid orchard of one and one half awn tenting good two sublet boggy boos tNtokt house rho A god wall on There It slta s good mill oa the place f good crusher In Mill it run by natural On whleb it great DOlOI and the ilanll in splendid repair 1re diaubashat li alwara a rrady sale for the flour and nest ai WoN u ground We will tell this Ire for Si s00 ItI Its bargain the building aloue could not be up for ibis money No 127 About acres of lied I ale tress Crab Urchark on Lancaster A good dwell ing well and all necessary sutbitdtnp Plus It tighten pike This ls gad home and a cheap place owaar of thlt properly li es at iltnder ton Ky and has mad up his mind to sell that place rrwrflng mineral water right oo place an be bought at a bargain Den us lot a price No InA firm of ID arm about miles trout Stanford Isjs well anti well watered A guoti iorthen of the farm in blue Crass A otnfortsbie dwelling and a large harD This property it on a tplendld pike dot to shoal et Prie 111 per acre DARE ALL NO 2086 The roinUliirtl talllou will nink a limit tl nnvni 1MT nt Iwiwa M Hlcn k Farm S mllpf Veat ol iuslonvllie Ky on hI nlarIcolt Mnrcstrntltxlor pnrt with forfiti HifurnlieeaiHl uioihy tecouees tluo ut tune of Much trnUMtctlon Ueii riKilncd on ottill miion Uimlil Mare graced ut t1o1 a inontli liriiln fed If dmlntl at rvnvonabl fuel lllll must mid ufore removal of noires Mmes pntru l M win r tclrn my roiinlntt iitlon but we will not bw rv for uceldemts orescape- sGescntrrtnwFoabsi In lsy 15 hands bighdnrkleywith on front uiul rear lito white tar A model of grant Unuty with jihort Imek long merle deep well loplnir shoulders and with great would exlpecl froth renting hla pedigree uani tone tine feet and legs wonderful utaintna Attractive by halter under saddle and In harnoHwltfi that graceful movement that Inheritance f rumo limp- Iloeofthrlnosdlnntolla anrvstry of saddle horses the world has ever nrudvcol lnbunutrcMlrtri by Ulgnlty Unr Not lies A II IL he by Olienter I Id VolS nek squirrel W be liy Illack KH KlHTI fie by King William he by Waih inuton IHMimarknl lie hvHnln Ivnnmrk 8lh by Denmniark l 1st dam Kiinule lo1i3f liy ltel llIlrr1 dam by Slol lie Jowl by King William 07 and dRill h- y11enjr1 Oliver Th Plqnlty first dmn akfT AT IL liam Welch by Ityxllkn Ifntirhleimmsm- 2nd t Until by AlHlnllah Messenger Xrd dam by Jills Vermont UXAIIX4Jn services of1 DureAllto tin puWlehake fxvmlon to state without Iresuntptionthntlhuteteen- u hrlt llr lIt hnlldlor of fancy Saddle hors ca for 1d years awl ex wriencv taught sue lo know and aipr ilote II nigh tlim our Unix All Is the result of rareful pntiutak breeding ami comes as naturnl nsull of matliiK tile very best mares with the fore nrIryln11100 a greater Ir rent than any stallion In service In the Htate Klna Wllllum lietiiR rvKimliM us preeminent fur fancy uidillr andharnesahoreesi lire All I v the now IoinlnK famoui Imr he by Chester Dare following a long lilt of alregevery one a pivot show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as thIIIrte4tfuse IIIU for her we to the careful counlderatlon of oft 111mI tIe breeders We think him the show hors hive him before Ixxiklnn your noire tt K AtllKNTKH 1hone inrestdenciliustonvtile Exchange KING EAGLE ISO vit- Vol0 A H II U Kind KiiKleUM hands lurk buy with nowttiii man and tall styleatlWilrKbinuEK Hired by Itoynl King be- hY OUTIuu71A be by Htonewall Jarkson i Itoynl Kings 1st dam Mollle Mounts M was II the noted sire rabbells loxlim ton F King KHgletlstdiim lllpKm she y Kagl Illnl inn he by Mil King Kagle 7tt al dam by Hed Lion std drew by HnrrU IHinintirk he by Millers Denmark 45 nil linn by Jim Hell ithuroughbridi NUTS KIHK Kngle Is n combined breeder of IIlIe colored and high etvlei- coltsnithnting plenty of also cud action will show for themselves King Ka gle will nmk the present ceason of lu at mr stable two and onehalf miles West of tanford on the hlhY City plkeat the low Inca of TO INHIMIK A 11111180111 tlio great mule neklJIMICKKNK sired by the great Klrstdnm by the Imp John Wells Ind drew v Ikccher Jim Keene Is IW4 hanils high iiliick withwhIte1011115agrettt prude jOlkjKeene will nerve mares nt flu TO UHK A MVlNUOOtyr ASHLAND BROOK- No CI1MoI 0117 A T It bredhp Eu ear duck Georgetown Ky AHlllANIl llltOOK vas foul d inn solid fury with left hind foot suite stands lft hands high IBUiaKKK Hired by Hllent Brook No record 21I1 U the sire of Margaret tnthgatu tt llettle llrook 217 llillbrookz Jennie llrook IIt 2sl7 i flllott Htone ilM Italy llrook ind Itunnlnc Ilronk 2x1 Hllont Itntok b ImrknlKlit othesire of tellrchIlRhf- Irll l 4 ulIII Valpa lbJ5IInrknlght Hired by Aluyonn No ltt2 record 27 ml brooks Iitdnln trans Wren iv 1xitllnnd Wilkes record XI1ilIhefro of John U Oentry asiyt Ashland Wllkes siredIiy Ued Wllkes 7IU he by litorge Wllkos Slid dam Hide jllly by Ptctrndrr lltfi tint dual by Jim Monroe NCITK Aslilatid Brook Is a hand ome fcl low with lots of substiiiice hue a hold Wn if going with lota opepretstyle nndaullun Phis colt should sire some very hluhtilaiui lorsvs Asliland brook will serve u fires out lilMimire tllb 1n80Ilnt Sill TO INHUKK A 1IVINOUuT Will also Ktanil the mule a red Jniinet nek 1IIMY KKKNKnt flu for mares and To iNHtniK AiaviNOULTilllly Kietie wax surd by Tons eene sal clam by the Imp Palermo 11111t shun by Ix vl Hubble 1rlncu tile lire Jot Illitckburniind llrlcnollii Jlllly Keene lands full hauls black with white tolnts and as a brooder Is ulIurJlls iiulnor Jennet jack till cIIII I1IWII8 hrllllltthe highest prices Jlarcs triuliHl part d with or broIl elsewhere forfeits the Insur ond money becomes due at the tlino of h transaction For further particulars call on or address HT IIAHHlHi UOHT WOOD8 Phone 72 lUng 8 Stanford Ky gltJdISAM ROJBINSON STANFORD KY We have Frazier Carts with steel and Rubber tires A nice assortment of Buggies we are disposing of at a small profit Come and look at them- W H HICG1NS Stanford Kentucky I USE ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE HARRIS STANFORD KKNTfCKY A furnace in a nutshell heated or cooled instantly 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 Geol De Hoppers Stanford Ky Groceries Quccntwarc Tinware a Main Street STANFORD KY AnnouncementIn view of the existence of so many fine watches including llOrsetimcrsIin Danville and surrounding community wo have secured the services of an expert watchmaker direct irom a large New York manufactory and make positive guarantee that we can repair any kind over made If your watch is running little out of ordor probably it needs oiling Many fine instruments are ruined by continual running without oil A stitch in time saves nine Wo also repair and clean any and all kinds of clocks and guarantee to run when wo have finished our work There is no use to send any kind of repairing away from home as we have these experts in constant at tendance at our story Wc positively do the finest export engraving in this 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