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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 er Vlan V a PaAe hz j TMLNw 11t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f IIVOL xxxv STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 19 1907 NO 40 I THE GREAT LANCASTER KY FAIR ON Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 24 25 and 26 07 Fine show of Horses Mules Cattle Hogs and Poultry Many Free Attractions Including a Hom ing Pigeon Fly Ample Seating Capacity under New Roof A special feature will be the daily Concerts by JOHN C WEBERS Famous Prize Band of America of Cincinnati The L N R R offers a 1rate of ONEFARE plus 25c for the roundtrip Ask ticket agents for particulars Write for Catalogue R L ELKIN Secretary W B BURTON President t Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Stanford July 173 days Lancaster July 243 days Danville July 318 days Cynthiana July 31IdaYII HarrodsburR Aug 61 days Lexington Aug 12C days Georgetown Aug G3 days Icrryville Aug 143 days Brodh ad Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Uarbourville Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days london Aug 274 days Florence Aug 284 days t Somerset Scpt 3f days Hardstown Sept 44 days Monticello Sept U4 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- Shcpherdsville Aug 204 days Shelbyvlllo Aug 274 days Eliiabelhtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 234 days Paris Sept 3flve days An item was started by some one who knew no better and has been copied by many papers that according to A new law passed by the Legislature a voter must pay his taxes before be Ing allowed to vote at the coming Nov ember election We have no doubt this law would work well but no such law is in force and can not bo until tho State Constitution shall be changed J Richmond Register- A bill to submit the question of mak ing the payment of taxes a requisite to voting passed the last Legislature and It will be voted upon at the com ing election Tho Constitution does not permit the innovation until tho voters ratify it which we hope they will do Taxation without representa lion is very repulsive to the average man Representation without taxation should bo made as repulsivoFrank- fort Journal Best Heniolno in tho World for Colic and Diarrhoe- aI find Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to ho the best remedy In tho world says Mr C L Carter of Sklrum Ala I am subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring it seemed asthough I would die and I think I would If I hadnt taken Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy I havnt been troublod with It since until this week when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the 2T cent size Chamberlains Colic Cholera and hlarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new man tI For sale by all druggists lion B B King who represented Lincoln county in the General Assembly of Kentucky in 1895OC has one of the most talented family 6f musicians in his county For vocal or instrumental music neither of his seven daughters or tour sons has a superior in all that sec tion and together they constitute a choir that a concord of sweet sounds calculated to make earth seem like Paradise lie says that their musical qualifications como from his wife but ho us to they tell me ns well as he talks politics and religion and that know means that his pedigree for music Is not lacking in any Casey County News War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to cheek t the ravages of consumption tho white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cure coughs and colds perfectly and you are In no danger of consump tion Do not risk your henlth by tak i ing some unknown preparation when Foloya Honoy and Tar Is safe and certain In results The genuine Is In a yellow package O L Penny k A Spin Through The Bluegrass A trip through the counties of Frank tin Woodford Scott Fayette Jessa mine Mercer Boyle and Lincoln Sun day to Stanford to visit our brother E C Walton disclosed a panorama of landscape and agricultural beauty not often seen in as many milcstfho crops especially corn are looking remarkably well considering their chances and the hills and valleys are as green and as pretty as in Spring The wheat shocks look a little lonesome but even that crop is a fair one and no one will be forced to forego his biscuits in that sec tion Stanford is apparently taking on a new lease of life A number of hand some buildings have been erected since our visit a year ago and a new laundry and a creamery are now doing a bust ness which promises to make the promoters rich It is to us a dear old town around which cluster many happy associations and where live many of our best friends Lincoln county is not all blue grass but there is a great deal of money in the county as the state ments of seven or eight banks show As a general thing the people are well todo spend no money that they do not earn get a reasonable amount of hap piness out of this life and do not forget to prepare for that which is to come May they all read their titles clear to a mansion in a land that is even fairer than it is their good fortune to enjoy in this life Frankfort Journal The Busy Bee When you cat a teaspoon of honey you have very little notion as to tho amount of work and travel necessary to produce It To make one pound of clover honey bees must deprive 62000 clover blossoms of their nectar and to do this requires 2750000 visits to the blossoms by the bees In other words one bee to collect enough nectar to make one pound of honey must go from hive to flower and back 2750000 times Then when you think how far these bees sometimes fly in search of these clover fields oftener than not one or two miles from the hive you will begin to get a small idea of tho number of miles one of tho industrious little creatures must travel in order that you may have the pound of honey that gives them so much troubleIt also help you to understand why tho bee is unamlable enough to sting you If you get in his way When one has to work so hard to accomplish so little it is quito irritating to bo in terfered with Philadelphia Record Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelloy of Mansfield Pa writes I was in poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and 8ontoonsidorablo money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that It may bo the cause of restoring tho health of others Ttefuso substitutes G L Penny The oldest man in the world is said to bo a native of South Africa Ho is a bushman named Stuurman who lives on tho top of a hill at Stuurmans Puts in tho Pricska district the farm being named after him lie is said to bo 146 years old and his second wife is more than 100 It is known for certain that 66 years ago he was a very old man and he has a son who Is more than 90 years old He is one of the few gen uine bushmen still alive He retains a wonderful set of teeth though they are worn down to the gums by a century and a half of us- e3timulatlon Without Irritation That Is tho watchword That is what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does Cleanses and stimulates tho bowels without irritation in any form O L Penny NEWS NOTES A serious coal famine is being fell throughout the Northwestern States William T King an L N con ductor was killed in a wreck at Bards townWilliam Heiatt fell from a binder In and died from heI receivedIwas lightningIn over a horse trade at 01 iver Hill Clark county Will Richard son fatally cut John Owen Hester Herrcll aged 18 committed suicide at Bedford Ind by throwing himself under a moving train John J Gatewood who represented Allen county in both branches of the General Assembly was buried at Scotts villo Monday He died Saturday at the home of his daughter in Nashville Michigan and New York are ourchlef salt producing States the former leading by a half million barrels a year The total product of the United States is about 17000000 barrels annually Justice Wright of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia has au thorized the admission to bail of Mrs Annie M Bradley under indictment on the charge of murdering former Sena UtahI Williamstown says Schrober were killed by a Q C passenger both being mangled They were walking along the track when overtaken by the trainGen AlikhanofT governor general of Kutais Russia whose vigorous methods of suppressing disorders in the Trans Caucasia had brought upon him the enmity of tho revolutionists was killed by a bomb while returning to his homeIn spite of the drought which has checked work in many sections of the Kentucky oil fields the results thus fai this summer have been up to the marl set previously and the recent heavj rains have relieved the situation con siderably By tho explosion of a case of powder in the hands of a gunner in the after superimposed turret of the battleshii Georgia in Massachusetts Bay six mom were killed and 15 injured Not one of tho persons in the turret escaped injury Midshipman Faulkner Goldthwaite of Kentucky was among the killed The Charming Woman Is not necessarily one of perfect torn und features Many a plain woman win could never servo as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that al tho world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprlghtli ness of step and action that accompany good health A physically weak wo man is never attractive not even to herself Electric litters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store- According to dispatches an armed clash which it is believed will involve all Central America probably will oc cur within 15 days It is expected that the first battle will be between Salvador and Nicaragua Gen Lee Chris mas an American has been appointed general in command of the Salvador forces A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Yohas witnessed ono of tho most remarkable cases of healing over recorded Amos P King of that place says Buoklona Arnica Salvo tured a sore on my leg with which I had sulferod over 80 years am now 85 to Guaranteed to euro all sores by Pennys Drug Store 25c The man who talks about how hard ho works seldom tells how well he does his work u MIDDLEBURG Messrs Elsie Gadberry and James Jones went to Stearns Sunday to play ballThe six weeks old son of Mr and Mrs Jason Coffey at Yosemite is very ill and is not expected to live Much simpathy is being felt for these young parentsOur farmers are busy in the hay harvest and the crop is said to be very good The corn crop looks exceedingly well in this section considering the slow start taken In early spring A cyclone on a small scale visited our neighbor town Yosemite and be haved badly for a short while The roof of Mrs Rebecca Dyes house was blown off and Polk McAninchs apple orchard demolished Casey county has 5243 children of the school age so says the report of Supt J S Lawhorn At 17Jc per child it will be observed that Prof Lawhorns salary is in the neighborhood of 1000 a year Miss Bettie Royalty opened school Monday morning at the Stapp school house on Carpenters Creek Miss Stel la Compton at Lanhams Miss Willie Fogle at Ellisburg Miss Lula Adams at Turkey Knob Mrs Edna Sweeney at Chclf Ridge Willie Watkins at Grove Miss Mary Bryant at Peck Mrs Laura Lee will have charge of the school here but will not open before the 15th of August RU1tused him in jail Maynard is charged with knocking nearly all the stuff in out of She Thompson and has been ir hiding ever since Mr Wells got or his trail Sunday afternoon and followed it across the line into Lincoln county and came on his game at an early hour Monday at Denhams mill Maynard Is a very bad egg and behind the bars Is a pretty good place for him IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Samuel Atkinson is dead in the Ringgold section of Pulaski William Hopkins was appointed post master at Kensee Whitley county Five shares of stock in the Citizen National Bank of Danville was bough by Sam McDowell at 225 D N Prew itt got three shares at 19750 At a Negro church supper on Calla way Creek Madison county a genera pistol fight ensued in which one mar was killed and several wounded Col Fay McClure of the Govern ment Engineering Department of Washington has arrived at Cumber land Gap Tenn and will take charge of the building of the government road through Cumberland Gap which is tc be commenced at once A dispatch from Breckinridge Col says Attorney H Clay of London Ky today began suit against C A Finding formerly a prominent business man here for 25000 damages for the alienation of the affections of Mrs Clay A divorce was secured by Clay last November and he then sent word to Finding to get his gun Finding fled to Denver and asked police protection Clay has returned to Ken tucky and ordered the suit started from there Take the Postmasters Word for It Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherryvale Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines Ho says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard hero In its line Itv never falls to give satisfaction and we could liardly afford to bo without It to For into by all druggists While the people of Dyersburg slept fire wiped out practically all the busi ness section of the town The loss is stimated at 150000 with about 50 000 insurance WANTEDLINCOLN FARMS r eA large number of people in this and other counties in Eastern Kentucky are selling their coal and timber lands at handsome prices and are buying farms in Lincoln and other Blue Grass counties We are in touch with buyers throughout Eastern Kentucky If you have a arm in Lincoln for sale list it with us and it will sell SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTION OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTS Address the Somerset Real Estate Agency Somers l1fYir the Lincoln County national BankIOf Stanford Kentucky Capital Surplus 2600000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER i J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER o Eorosi J B Owsley 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 W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayuesburg Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was Stanfordm the Deposit Bank of In 1855 then reorganised ai the National Bank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganised ai the First National Bask of Stanford in 1831 having had practically an nnlnter rupted nlatence for U years It II better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In 1U long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited W Officers J J HOOKER PrutKBT HARRIS V Pre J J McBOBEBTS Ohr W H WEAUENAsst ohn Directors yBeld Danville THarrl Stanford 18 Rocker K L Tanner M D Elmore S H T P Hill JulRobinson Rubble J H Baugbman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford O E Tate Stanford 1 sail VEIComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 15 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms Tho ideal heat for n residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tanner and Plumber Books Wall Paper IoorB McRoberts McKlnileli DRUGGIS1 ISTANFORD 1 PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded A The Interior Journal L C WALTON t = JT ROBERTS II candidate for Mnglitrate In the Ornb Orchard MngUterlnl Dletrlct to tbe action of the democratic party r JOHN J MOSERt Js a candidate for latter of county abject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE Ts a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count snblect to tilt action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS COllnt1Oblect c D C ALLEN It a cnmlldnte for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty tubject to tbe action of tbe Democratic party Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Deck hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K HendricksFor Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks Time prohibition bill passed by the Georgia Senate is a very drastic one It is a doublebarreled affair One section seeks to drive the sale of li quor from the State and another to put obstacles in the way of its shipment there The latter section proposes to make the consumer take his l shipment to the clerk of the Superior Court have it stamped and pay a tax of 60 cents a pint Gov Smith says he will sign the bill if passed and then the Georgia Colonels will find the commonest variety of rye as expensive as champagne and as embarrassing to procure as a marriage license n A STORY comes from Washington to the effect that it is proposed to ask Congress to pass a law authorizing the Government to acquire stock in the great interstate railways and other big corporations The object would be to secure representation of the Government in the board of directors thus obtaining another and still better method of control It would also gradually result in Government control Thus is Roosevelt trying to beat Bryan to it W OWEN McINTYRE who made the Boyle County Herald a breezy sheet and was instrumental in the merger of the three Danville papers is making his plans to start a paper at Versailles to be known as the Versailles News Owen is a hustler in every respect and thinks no more of launching a paper on the newspaper sea than the average ed itor does about getting out his regular edition C N HASIIELL the man that John R McLean beat for the gubernatorial nomination in Ohio and who left in mortification shortly afterwards for the wild and wooly West is the Dem ocratic nominee for Governor of Okla homa and will be elected as soon as Roosevelt will let em vote IT has been ascertained by a scientist that tobacco smoke has the effect of arresting the baccilli diphtheria and typhoid fever This will furnish an additional excuse for the use of the Ftweed but usually none is necessary POLITICAL Secretary Taft has arranged to make his political speech at Oklahoma City Okla on August 24 John H ONeal former Representa tive in Congress from the Second Indiana district is dead Gen John B Castleman Louis Seel bach and Gottlieb Layer were reappoint ed as Park Commissioners of Louisville The two Houses of the Alabama Leg islature in separate sessions elected Congressman John H Bankhead to the United States Senate to succeed the late Senator Morgan Dr Edward H Taylor lawyer phy sician and dean of Hastings Law Col lege and of the University of California has been elected mayor of San Francisco to succeed Eugene Schmitz- A boom has been started for Secre tary of the Treasury George B Cor = telyou for the republican presidential nomination James S Clarkson surveyor of the port of New York and one of the most astute politicians of the Empire State is back of the boom Democrats of Clinton county have been called to meet in mass convention at Albany tomorrow to nominate a can didate for Representative from the dis- trictj composed of Clinton and Wayne The nomination is conceded to Clinton county this year according to an established custom THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR Good Crowds Magnificent Show of Stock Perfect Order and Ev ery Thing Lovely The Lincoln County Fair begun Wednesday under most auspicious circumstances The weather was all that- could be wished the crowd was good and the show of stock the best mortal eyes ever rested upon In fact the cream of the show stock is here and the horse that wins at the Lincoln County Fair will have smooth sailing wherever he enters The grounds are in the pink of condition the ring fast and just right while the spacious amphitheatres knock out Old Sols hot rays President Samuel T Harris VIcePresidents M S Baughman W L McCarty and R L Hubble Secre tary James F Cummins Assistant Secretary T W Pennlngton and the directors are working over time in their efforts to make the fair a success and make all feel that it is good to be here and right well are they succeeding There are many kinds of amusements on the grounds but there never was a fair cleaner of immoral shows and gambling schemes to the credit of the management be it said The rankest enemy of the enterprise will admit that the fair is a success while the more zealous declare that it is the best allround county fair ever held in this section Following are the awards to mule colt under one year R T Bruce premium Harris Woods certificate 8 entries Horse mule colt under one year J H Baughman prem and cert 8 mule 1 year old and under 2 Harris Woods prem Bonta Bros cert 4 entries Horse mule 1 year old and under 2 Harris Woods prem JH Baugh man cert 3 entries Mare mule 2 years old and under 3 Bonta Bros prem Harris Woods cert 5 entries Mare and mule colt J H Baughman prem and cert 9 entries SADDLE Walktrot and canter mare or geld- Ing any age- Burton Elkin prem Mat Cohen cert 4 entries Horse colt under 1 year old James Woods prem E S Powell cert 4 entries Filly colt under 1 year old J R Beazleyprem Harris Woods cert 8 entries Mare or gelding 1 year and under 2 James H Woods prem R S Scud dcr cert 8 entries Mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 Charlie Dunn prem Smiley Son cert 4 entries Mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 Mat Cohen prem Charlie Dunn cert 4 entries PHAETON PONY Phaeton pony mare or gelding any ge15 hands and under Charles Dunn and Miss Virginia Ma hony prem Misses Sara Baughman and Sallie Taylor Woods cert 7 entries HARNESS Pair of mares or geldings any age T H Smiley Son prem J C Bailey cert 4 entries Stallion 3 years old and under 4 L B Owens prem Robert Walker cert 5 entries Mare or gelding 3 years old and under Matt Cohen prem J R Beazley cert 8 entriesROADSTER Pair any age regardless of sex color or ownershipIRobert Walker prem I C James cert 2 entriesCOMBINED Mare or gelding any age Matt Cohen prem Smiley Son cert 4 entriesROADSTER Stallion any age Robert Walker prem D L Baker cert I C James third 4 entries JACKS AND MULES Jack under 1 year Logan Hubble prem W F Pitman cert 2 entries Jack 1 year and under 2 Logan Hubble prem J M Cress cert 4 entries Jack 2 years old and over Logan Hubble prem S M Owens cert 7 entries Jack any age Logan Hubble prem S M Owens Son cert 4 entries Jennet under 2 years L G Hubble prem and cert 2 en triesJennet any age L G Hubble prem J O Reid cert 4 entries Mare mule 3 years old and over Bonta Bros prem and cert 2 entries Horse mule 3 years old and over S G Costello prem 1 entry Mule any age Bonta Bros prem and cert 4 entries Pair mulesltuny age regardless of sex or color Bonta Bros prem and cert 2 entries THOROUGHBREDS Thoroughbred either sexJ under 1 year Sam Embry prem and cert 1 entry Thoroughbred either sex 1 year old and under 2 Embry Reid prem and cert 2 entries HARNESS Gelding 4 years old and over Smiley Son prem Mat Cohen cert 5 entriesColt sex under 1 year old W P Grimes Jr prem Harris Woods cert 9entries Mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 Josiah Bishop premR S Scudder cert 4 entries Mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 J R Beazley prem W S Drye cert 4 entries- Stallion 1 year old and under 2 Clayton Saunders prem Embry Bros cert 4 Fancy turnout single horse decorations not considered Hon J M Alverson and Miss Sara Dunn prem Bledsoe Bailey and Anna Holtzclaw cert 12 entries COLT STAKE Colt either sex Bob Woods prem J H Floyd cert J D Eads third entries SADDLE Stallion 3 years old and under 4 Smiley Son prem J R Bcnzley cert 5 entries- Stallion 4 years old and over Matt Cohen prem Smiley Son cert 5 entriesHARNESS Mare or gelding any ageIMatt Cohen prem J R Beazley cert 5 entriesROADSTER Mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 I C James prem Burton ElkinI cert 5 entriesHARNESS Stallion 4 years old and over R L Walker prem J R Beazley cert 5 entries SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE Stallion mare or gelding any age Matt Cohan prem and cert Smiley 6 Son third entries FAIRLETS W W Withers is over from Lexing tonRobert Moreland is over from Lexington S M Owens is ring marshal and a good one Lost gold stick pin Leave at Sec retarys office Walter Jones came from Boston to attend the fair- Cummins McClary supplied the crowd with fans Charles Bohon of Lebanon is one of- the popular beaux The rink will be open tonight at Wal tons Opera House Capt T A Elkin of Lancasters an interested spectator Storms Military Band is discoursing the sweerest of music Mrs J A Blain of Hustonville was at the fair Wednesday Attend the rink tonight It will beat Waltons Opera HouseeW A Parsely of London was a visitor at the fair Wednesday Miss Susie Saunders came all the way from Boulder Mont to the fair The fancy turnout ring was the best ever 12 entries and every one a good oneDr Gussie Phillips of Danville is spending fair week with Mrs J S OwsleyMr Lou Holmes the clever drummer was mingling with his friends here WednesdaySweet and Carrie Nation arc the names of James R Beazley fine team of mares Jesse C Lynn is a capital chief of police He and his deputies are keep- Ing the best of order R L Elkin the clever secretary is here advertising the Lancaster fair which begins next Wednesday- J R Bailey and pretty daughters Misses Mildred and Margaret Bailey came up from Mercer Wednesday Mrs F F Sandidge of the West End was here Wednesday to see her handsome little son show his fine mare James II Woods Dignity Dare filly is the finest yearling in this section He won both here and at Crab Qrchard with her and refused 260 for her Saturday Mr A R Carothers of Bardatown is here in the interest of the Kentucky State Fair which holds forth in Louisville Sept 16 to 21 Mr C has been connected with the Nelson county fair for 38 years and has of course seen many good horses during that time but the show of stock at the Lincoln Coun ty Fair he says is equal to exhI- bition he ever witnessed outside of Lou isville TODAYS PROGRAM HARNESS Stallion 2yearsold and under 3 SADDLE t Stallion 1year old andxmder 2 SPECIAL Mare and colt colt at side either sex regardless of breeding SADDLEStallion under 3 Mare 4ycarsold and overR- OADSTER Mare or gelding any age PONIES Mare or gelding under halter Stallion any age Pony mare and colt HORSES Stable of 4 horses handled by man Walktrot mare or gelding HARNESS Rockaway mare or gelding any age SPECIAL t Pony turnout driven by boy or girl Pony under 13 Walking mare or gelding any age Fancy turnout single horse decora- tIons HARNESS Mare 4 years old and over SADDLE Gelding 4yearsold and over HARNESS Pair any age regardless of sex color or ownership COMBINED Stallion any ageS- WEEPSTAKE ROADSTER Stallion mare or gelding any age Notice Butchers I Good refrigerator fn t high and fret wldefor sale at a luirpnln Alia u lot of butcher tuol MARSHALL IIEIIIIIMI itustunvthe Ky LN TIMETABLE No Jl Houth 1llpI-No Si Houth 11111 No Zl North at No ys North JUT v x JOS S RICE Agon- tNOTICEI J All persons having claims ngnlnst thn estate of Joseph Coney dvcenscU lire here by notined to present same tu lilt trup erly proven anti trlnld ni rwjulrwl by lay by Hept Ilnmlol b Coney Adiu r of JOItpb Coney accented Morvlnnd Ky Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White Mill tins been thoroughly rnovnU nnd U now In tine condition to the best of Flour Customs grinding done on aael rUHkDAY and IlLlUA Will rrlnd tor the toll HI formerly Give lilt II tr viiHMITII Proprietor Ornti Orchard Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sail SB acres of fertile Innd excellently 1m proved with a twostory frame dwelllnp enormous itock barn and nevertnlllng of water situated nn the ColTeyV Mill Turnpike mllwt fion Jlullonvllh- In Lincoln County Kentucky being the farm on which l Carpenter reililed In his lifetime will lit ottered at privet idle for n limited time The owners are and not being nbtetoglvetbelrrrsonalattcntlontolbhlrnn Addrei all tlululrll for other particulars to- OHAHLKHN MANNISH Hecurlty Trust Co Lexhii trot Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get Bates before Insuring Nothing but finstclnea Companies Itcprc tented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell my fRr 18imllei test lIustonvllle Carpel erHtatlon consutingnPSncreof rich Intemp or tobaccobllit grass grill farm can Iw equally divided U nchontllge so RI to Lave R Kuot1 dwelling on eacb piece olIO necessary outbutldings The term almost In a only one three stock barnsonKle tennnt home I good tobaccoaterineverytfleldili lasting iprlngt with a streams through whole tract J BTKELB OAIUKNTKH Ituttonvtlle Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky June 7 1007 One drop of IM1144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills tho worm and relieves the chicken instant ly When fed In the feed or water Ii- the best have ever used W1LLCOOMKS B41144 is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Roup and Limber neck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Tho Fall Term Opens TUESDAY SEPT 307l There are TEN free scholarships for each District Sec your County Superintendent now about yours lcnte be made by your County Superintendent on Aug 17 Saturday State certificates lUll Life Diplomas Ire award ed when earned b resident work Write for complete catalogue to the presidentR N ROARK Richmond Ky t FAIRS I This weekbegins the Fairs and you will want the Light est and posI sible for comfort We are ready for you with Soil Light Shirts with or without Collars atl1 150 and 2 Low Shoes 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25tand soc Long Soft 4 in IiandsWin sors Ties 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from 50c to 650 The New Greys and Blue Serge TwoPiece Suits p 1250 15 and 20 We will have everything necessary for your comfort H J M 4utA OBERTSi STANFORD KENTUCKY ww RXPLLWe The Famous Rexall Remedies Everything is Guaranteed See our Window Display for Ilexal Prizes PEINNYSi DRUG STORE Stanford K ntuckyI J Imported Castile Soap I w t We have this Soap for convenience cut in 5 and JOc Blocks wlwwtw- C LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris Green V VP When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price l STANFORD DRUG CO s r KE E = ZNG X r ciEI We are still offering BARGAINS in all goods which were not closed entirely out during the Sale We lake ONEFOURTH OFF the price of all Waists and Skirts Ten Per Cent Discount on all Low Shoes Laces at 3c 7c and 13c a yard Parasols ONEFOURTH OFF the price Special offering in Lawns at 9c 13c 19c 39c Silks at 39c worth 50c Silks at 69c worth 100 11 SEVERANCE SON STANFORDJ STANFORD KY JULY 19 190i e Wo sell oil drinks found at a first class City Soda Fountain T our t Egg Flip or Egg Ihosphate Penny Drug Store PERSONALS JOE L B CoFFEY Is down from Ltv j ings ton GENERAL GENTRY of Lexington is at the fair- Miss JOAN MOUNT is with Mrs II J McUobcrts E P Glum came up from Spring field to the fair Mn FRANK DECKERT of the Courier Journal is here Miss DUNN of Danville Is the guest of Miss Sara Dunn Mn F K TRintiLE of Danville was at the fair yesterday MRS J M OWENS of Somerset was with Mrs L B Cook MRS L C KELLY of Louisville Is with her parents here MRS HODMAN KEENON of Frankfort is with her parents here Miss KATIIERINE ItEI D of Danville II with typhoid fever Miss IRAIIELLA LUTES of Louisville is with Miss Eulah Totten Miss MARIE SALLEE of Harrodsburg i Is with Mrs J II Shanks MR HENRY BANFORD of Chicago wa at the fair Wednesday Miss LYDIA THOMPSON of Louisville Is with Mrs J W Ireland MRS CUAIO TURNDULL of Stroud 01 T is with Mrs Nannie Pitman MRS H K BOURNE of New Ca- stleillShMkIMIBSwith her sister Mrs W H Shanks MRS M II COLLINS and children or t Memphis are with Mrs S M Owens MR LAFON HIKER and wife of liar rodaburir were with Mr R B MahonI t PROF It W EDBNFIELD of Macon Ga is the guest of Miss Nell Warren MR SANFORD M ALLEN of Millers burg has joined his wife and children hereCashier Metcalf of the McKinney Deposit Bank was in the crowd yes WM MYKR and son Carlisle of Hustonvlllo were at the fair Wed t nesday Miss VIRGINIA WATT and brother t John Hlatt of Louisville arc with Mrs J E Buck MRS B D McGRAW and pretty daughter Miss Lavinia are with MYs I W 0 Speed MISSES ANNIE BRONAUOH and Ila Holdam of Crab Orchard were at the fair yesterday IIANDSOME Miss ELIZABETH JEFFER SON of Louisville is the guest of Miss Mario Mahony MISSES COOPER PENNY and Mary Rhodes of Danville are guests of Miss Virginia Mahony Miss LETTIB MCROHERTS of Lancas ter is the guest of Miss Mary McRob i crts during the fair Mn J W Fox wife and son of Dawson Ga are guests of the family of Mr R C Hockcr Mn II W PHILLIPS and daughter Miss LiMie Phillips of Liberty were at the fair Wednesday MR JOHN W BHOWN and wife of S Mt Vernon have been guests of they family of Judgo J W Alcorn MISSES MARY HOCSETT of Danville and Ezra Twyman of Versailles are guests of Miss Mary McRobcrts PROF J W IRELAND will spend a portion of his vacation traveling for Kentucky University Lexington MISSES RIND AND MARY PETTUS and Ella Thompson of the East End have returned from a visit to relatives at Springfield MRS J II MCALISTER and dough ters Misses Arethusa and Bessie Mc Allster of Way Miss are with Mes dames T J Foster and J R Foster MISS EUZAHETH BAUGIIMAN has tho- followlng guests Misses Josephine Dunn uerito Fox or Danvlllo and Sadie and Bessie Daughman or Huitonville LOCALS RINK tonight t ATTEND the rink Ight FRESH butter milk every day at tho Stanford Creamery at 6c per gallon To the Wtst End farmers We want your wheat Hustonvllle Roller Mill Co TilE tax books are now ready Please call and get Your receipt T J Ilill sheriff- S COME to tho skating rink tonIght TAYLOR WESLEY has been appointed postmaster at Waynesburg Fort SALE22 acres timothy meadow Mrs Clifton Fowler Stanford TEE stores and closeat noon so that all hands and the cook can go to the fair JUST received a assortment or rugs and druggets of the latest patter at Tribblo Pences SEE E T Pences display of fine buggies and implements at the fairgrounds during the fair +MR JOHN F CASH has bought the Squire John Ellis home on Danville Av enue and will get possession Nov 1C GOOD NEWSeeretary H Bro naugh writes us that the Crab Orchard fair not only paid out but has a small surplus on hands LOST Sunday morning between town and the water works a double case key winding silver watch Leave at this office Reward TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange d Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices MR ED HUDDARD ourthanks for a big bowl of the prettiest nicest and sweetest honey we ever saw Mr JII garIdenerJ RICHARD BUSH formerly of this place and John Stucky of Lexington will defend Robert hooker the Fayette county Negro who killed New ton Veal Tim members of the Ladies Aid Society of Moreland will give an Ice cream supper at lIunn CofTeya hall at Moreland Saturday from 4 to 11 p M Admission 25c children ICc CORRECTION It was Mr W P Grimes who got the certificate in tho suckling colt ring at the Crab Orchard fair and not Mr J H Floyd as wo had been informed and stated in our last issue TilE Lancaster Fair Association has designated July 25 as Louisville Day at tho Garrard County Fair and will extend an invitation to the Commer cial Club of Louisville to attend the fair that day- BERTUA twoyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs K L Martin of the Turncrsville section died after a few days illness Much sympathy is felt for the fatter mother and little brothers in tho loss of the dear little one TilE Lyceum medyCo is giving a splendid show every night in the big tent on Lancaster street Their pro sentation last night of Lost in Egypt was very fine See the show tonIght and tomorrow night Admission 16 25 and 35c Tim Kentucky State Journal pub lished at Frankfort and the democratic organ of the State can bo had dally from now until after tho November election for Send tho money to W P Walton Frankfort or hand it in at this office and we will order tho paper for you TilE colored teachers institute for Lincoln county will be held tho week beginning Monday July 29 Mrs L B Sneed supervising principal of tho city schools of Indianapolis Ind will be in charge All teachers are requir ed by law to attend and their attention Is hereby called to the law governing same Garland Singleton Supt ATTENTION TURNPIKE CONTRACTORS Bear in mind that all stone mustbe put on the turnpikes before the 1st day of January 1908 and all gravel must be put on on or before the ICth day of Oc tober 1907 The contractor stipulates In his bond to pay 5 a day for each and every day after said dates ho may have railed to comply with this stipulation of the bond as liquidated damages Before beginning work each contractor will notify Samuel Dudderar tho su crvisor Gilberts Creek Lincoln county Ky who will either in person measure your wagon beds and direct where tho metal is to be spread or have one or his assistants there to measure tho wagon beds and direct where tho metal Is to bo put R C Warren Judge June 25 1907 ATTEND the great Casey County Fair at Liberty August 28 29 and 30 Lib eral premiums on all kinds of stock C II Bartle President Jason Wes ey Sec TilE popularity contest between 11 Stanford young ladies is waxing warm The count at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon showed Miss Bcrta Jean Pen ny in tho lead by a good majority TilE elegant entertainment given by Misses Emma Warren and Stella Mc Clary Wednesday evening and the hop Thursday evening by the young men will be given extended notices next sue The fair retorts crowded them out this time Here and There The officials at tho navy department are still at a loss to account for tho disastrous explosion on tho battleship Georgia A final decree of divorce has been en tered in the Count Castcllane case at Paris France The countess is adaugh ter of the late multimillionaire Jay GouldAt Fort Smith Ark A I Gholston a wellknown educator kissed his wife and then cut her throat killing her in stantly The cause of the murder was jealousyThe of tho Prohibition movement in Georgia are flushed with their recent victory in that State and intend to carry the fight into the congressional campaignA of 25 men went to the home of Nathan Hester of Trigg county an association tobacco grower who sold his crop outside and calling him out gave him a fearful whipping with a rawhide Judge John D Carroll was nominat ed as the demrcratic candidate for judge of the court of appeals from the Fifth appellate district at a meeting of the district committee in Lexington there being no opposition James A Shuttleworth of Louisville has withdrawn his offer of valuable property and money to tho Womans College of Kentucky as a result of disagreement with the Board of Trustees and failure of tho Presbyterian churches to meet the conditions mode by him on the date stipulated Kentucky Day was observed at the Jamestown Exposition tho celebration being the most unique and largely at tended affair of the kind since the opening of the exposition Addresses were made by W R Clay of Lexing too and A Y Ford of Louisville The barbecue served to some 1200 persons was one of the star features of the day CHURCH MATTERS John A Brummett of Chattanooga Tenn is in this county doing evangel istic work Tho meeting at McKinney conducted by Rev E L Andrews is growing in interest daily and great good is being accomplishedEld Livingston writes that the meeting conducted at the Logans Creek church by Rev Nicol is a most interesting one and largo crowds are attendingTho of the various churches of Harnxhburg have arranged for union services to be held at tho Opera House each Sunday evening during the months of July and August Memorialservices of the late Stroth er Cook died in Africa June will ho Meld at the Baptist church at Burgin at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon next Mrs Mattio Novius informs- MATRIMONIAL A Berlin dispatch to an Indianapolis paper says tho marriage of Senator Al Beveridge to Miss Katherine Eddy of Chicago will take place Aug 7 at the American Embassy in Berlin This is a good month to cure stom ach troubles G L Penny gives a reCundlthoneed to suffer longer with Indigestion FOR SALE I containingIland is hoc hemp and tobacco land last year 83 bushels of corn to the acreI This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock 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 date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days 3 cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky BUTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to buy butcher cattle of nil kliiiin for the Eastern imirkct Want n eRr loud or in a week Best price paid J W WII IlnuK Ibonc tc4 Stanford Ky TRY rankatTho State Journal The Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you tbe latest and roost reliable news every day toW Pa Walton Frankfort Ky Niagara Falls Excursions VIA a July 2530 Aug 10 and mWrite H C KING G P A Lexington Ky for particulars Women Inclined to ConstipationWo- men owing to their peculiar func tions are prone to constipation and many of their other are due to this congestion In the bowels which fills the blood with impure natter that permeates foulbreathcausedbyWomen should be happy to learn of a Indigestionandthe blood and tone up all the digestive organs PepsinwhlcbcurlD4rthemselveaand the ofMr of rears ago still stands today thatyou buy Dr Oudwelli Syrup Pepsin with the yourmoneyespeotallypleaSlnttalto butbuildspermanent cure and should be as steadily In othersIshoulddoLaren Ave St Louts Mo Is glad to say that It cured her constipation and stomach trouble and IIitodayto the day that you start tbe use of Dr Cald aeUICDCr TCCT Those wIsMng to try DrCald buyIngy addmslng the company This offr Is tu prove that Ihe thosohosymptoms ol stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old THEPUBUOproductbeanPEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwoll Bldg Montlcello III South East Corner Main andIIDepot Streets I SPECIAL for SATURDAY JULY 19 1907 Brown Auto Veils reduced from to 75c Auto Veiling Special for SAT xaTanmember the great reduction we are making on all Summer Goods and the 10 Per Cent Off for Cash on all Sta pie Goods to Aug 1 1907 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY For the Fair jI Shirts Collars AND Neckwear W B Perkins Crab OrchardrKentucky h E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky Christian Established eleven years 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 JlCJLEWISPrinlLontfoo Ky p f The Interior Journal b Snleredinlhe PottOffice at Stanford ttoonddatt matter BL1I1UUD TUUSBAVS AND rRIUAYI- IAT 500 PER YEAR CASH will be chargeWhen not so paid IUD Jesse W Sweeney rsorglstal Livery Food sad Solo Statl Lancaster Ky NOTICEneeding a Union Jnck and VfltAny ono Newland with TBtrctcliorcnu leave their order nt lie has ono hn will and take your order and wilt ttoiameon short notice n T LUNSFOltD NOTICE I ofMcKrnneype etntlo i onltherURtI k Mlddlburg pike on and on which hacks run dolly except tiunday Is of Itheunt- nwh now end BolweltTrroubleeleltbeunntyemtus- peciMt n nt reasonnhlo ton terms address KMSIMHPror ItFID Box 32 Hustonvllle BaD CARTER NowLiveryDepot Street Phono 96- 5TANFOeDKENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building HoteltSpears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY auitowno distance Hates ITcomfortDble roomsble nd 001 week INSURANCEWindStorm Life and lire andNone but the lt6prelented Lowest PosHSSTOonpanles Pnytnglieo s UnadnltMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when thereWhy buy of ready- made ll 10 little dlflerence In the price suits and a suit made to your measure llnv I have taken by an experienced BUmmergoodl I line olSprlnlChandsome suit torloe businesscan make from ers end Nancy VeetiATheOcompanyIrrep resent Is second to none HOHUPU5Y The Tailor Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD KY specIal ilugs atlltsuro tableItute Men Stock Pens In Connection Also for all kinds of harvesting rtcblnery Ualollno and Hteolll dinesMachinery and HowThreshing will Myy- eomtnlaalan to sue UI beror buy Also salosnten for all secaud hund machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Ottlce 1houe Home Ihone as Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Etnbalrr era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TSJi SrANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEA good 350pound Berkshire boar C E Tate IIFOR SALE Choice high bred Shrop ram lambs Phone 864 E G Bickley 3t- Fresh milk cow with second calf for sale Mrs F B Barnette Hustc ville Ky 2t N II Bishop has rented the Dennett Cloyd farm of 865 acres in the W- End for 1903 FOR ALEI0 shoats weigh 35 or 40 pounds Good ones Arnold Zurbruj g R F D No3 Stanford Night riders visited the farm of J W Barefield in Trigg county shot up the house and terrorized the occupants FOR SALESouthdown lambs as stockers 14 ewe lambs 14 male lambs one yearling male Fisher Kenick 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 Hewes Mercian Ky R F D Box 38 Never buy eggs of a dealer to fill up an incubator This foolish practice Is the cause of about half the failures among beginners and it is high time for it to cease Save the eggs from your own flock if possible or else engage them of neighbors or a poultr man who can be depended upon w PLEASANT POINT Our district school began Monday with E G Gilliand teacher His brother Victor also began a school near Stanford R J Hogue went toCasey Monday to see his brother Jim Rogue who is very sick We are sorry to hear that Miss Emma Routen is not Improving after an operation in a Lexington hospital Quite a number of the friend and neighbors of Robert Dishon surprised him with a birthday dinner Sunday He was very much delighted to know they had remembered him on his Seth birthday The table was bount fully spread and everybody enjoyed the day Several Pleasant Point people attended Childrens Day at Mt Morla Sunday and report a nice time Misses Eva Walls Della and Ethel Hogue vis- Ited J A Singleton at Waynosburg Mr Neal and granddaughter of Dan ville were the guests of James Van Arsdale and wife Tom Gooch and wife of McKinney visited Geo Leach and sister MM Wm Murphy James Taylor spent a few days with home folks Long Live The King is the popular cry throughout European countries while In America the cry of the present day Is Long live Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of vhlch Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never falls to give iinmcdl ate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Paines opinion Is shared by a majority of the lnnabitant 3f this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and soro throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds Its the only sure sure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store 50c and II Trial bottle free One of our citizens in delving among dates finds that it will be 111 years from A D 18S3 before three figures oC the same denominations come in rotation again in datings 1D99 and but om day afterward until it occurs again the year 2000 It then appears regular Iv every 111 years for a period of 1000 years up to 2999 and 3000 where they jam up together again only a second a part and so repeat itself every 111 and 1000 yearsMt Vernon Signal Bad Burn Quickly Healed- I am so delighted with what Cham irlalns Salve has done for me that feel bound to write and toll you so- SBva Mrs Robert Mytton45T John St Hamilton Ontario My little daugh ter lad a bad burn on hor knee lap- pllod Chamberlains Salve and It healed beautifully This salve allays the pain of a burn almost Instantly It is for sale by all druggists Somecoins York City have been bringing record prices What Is said to be the highest price ever paid for a gold coin was given for n doubloon which was struck in New York in 1787 It is one of five known specimens its trinsic value being 16 yet it brought 1200 A dollar of1804 brought 3600 A Memorable Day One of tho days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our ealth is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr Kings Now Life PllIs the painless purifiers that cure eadache and biliousness and keep tho bowels right 25c at Pennys Drug Store It was ascertained that the reason for the delay in the appointment of new Council was due to the fact that difficulty is being found by Gov Beck ham in finding men both willing to serve and in accord with Mayor Binghams policies U L Penny extends a cordial Invl itlon to any one suffering with ca irrh to call and see Hyomei The complete outfit costs but 1 and bo will efund the money if Hyoraol does notre John R Wilson a noted Indianapolis lawyer is dead The Doctor Away from Home when Most Needed People are often very much dlsap pointed to find that their family ph slclan Is away from home when tbo most need his services Diseases like cramp colic and cholera mOl bus le qulro prompt treatment and have In many instances proven fatal befOlO medicine could bo procured or a ph slclan summoned The right way Is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlult Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Hem edy No physician can prescribe a bot tel medicine for these diseases I having in the house you escape much pain and suffering and all risk Bi It now It may save life For sale all druggists The thin pale man in the large bathing suit standing kneedeep in the water sighed Why we asked are you so sad Alas he answered the sea is tho grave of my first wife Our lip cUlled superciliously But you married again we mur muredYes said he and my second wiCo wont go near the water Hardin county has experienced the wonderful phenomenon of a shower of frogs Near Nolin during a heavy rainstorm frogs fell from the clouds by the millions They were found over a tci ritory two miles square as thick as grasshoppers in a harvest field The were small in size green upon the back and bore close resemblance to bullfrogs Constipation- For constipation there Is nothin quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomj ach and Liver Tablets They allvasl bowels produce without andlsagreeableelTeltI Price 25 cents Samples free All druggists It has been discovered at Montgomery Ala that because of a mistake of a clerk who wrote years instead of months Rhena Rivers a girl almost served out 20 years for a 20 months sentence in the Alabam minesDuring the summer kidney Irrcgu larltles are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attem to the kidneys atoncoy using Foley Kidney Cure G L Pen- nyt1ENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR o NLY I5O Pew people in the United states have not heard of tbe Courler Journal Democratic In all thing talr la all things clean In all Sings It Is essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of ter the WEEKLY COURIEROUUNAL ono year and this paper for the price named bore Bend your subscription for the combination to usoot tc the CourierJournal The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Htate College of Kelltuek otter the allowing courses namely Agricultural fuchnnlcnl Knglneerlng Civil Knglneer Inl lInlnlf Engineering Electrical Inhering Nornml Hohoo Classical ami avert Hcletitlllo courses each of which aids over four years and loud to the lacholorit degree course U organized mler n Depurate faculty The general luulty consisting of professors imiUtant rofossor Std Instructor numbers over w County appointees receive tree tuition IlrUelCe or rushlenee nt tlorlllitorittl ml ami trawling expenses It they umulu ten consecutive month or out ellr Tito Ilihorulorlllud mn ums are large well equipped romprehinilve anti modern Illltary Holence U wily provided for ait re ulred h rongress Graduate In the several courses of study cad My tied tMiiploymcnt with lIlRTiil re uiiiHrution The total numlwr of inatrliu itvslast yiar wan Wl Melt dtimrtnuMit hnl a iiHvlullat lit Its hand with the aveti dry nuinlwrof imlflliitits Hummer schools Ire provided fur In ediigogy KiiKlm rlng and liutriictlonlln eiincf and womenlhulnnexcelleritLulI- llt The Patterson HmibOllrtlllnrlltKJJllngtl1l nil modern onvenlencti bathroom hall for phyilcnl ulture at Ill tJr week All the courses ot study In tin Oollege aim open to young romiii upon identical condition whit hose applying to males ldu1elIonllllt thaidOllllrtm811t for Catalogues method of ohtulnlni up ointments information regarding course or study and term of admission apply to JAH K IATTKIIHON Ph n U L n pros or D O Krazee llus Agt Lexington Ky Full Torts Qeglns HeptU1DU1 Visit The BIGIDANVILLE FAIR July 31- August I and 2 i Shady Grounds Fine Amphitheatre Big todispensemusicWrite and other information IleCa BRIGHT Sec Danville Ky J There is luck in Shoes patty people pay there is lurk in oM Shoes That doubtless because there is comfort in them In buying new Shoca you arc trusting to luck Comfort and Wear surely Tho CUOSSETT SHOE is a lucky Shoe ir this respect Youll find the contort right off no breaking in You find they wear little by little no breaking out lilly a pair anti ho comfortable We have a complete line of uptodato Cloth ing Dry Goods Shoes Bats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Ou prices are right SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Gasoline Engine Oil Harvesting Oil Cylinder Oil GasolineDiamond Floor Dressing W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky I I GEORGE H FARRiSSTA- NFORD KENTUCKY I 13uy your FAIR Supplies from Geo D Hopper Buggies Whips Jlaraeu Etc Also a fresh line of FANCY CANDIES Olives Pickled Crackers Etc Give us n call Main Street STANFORD KY TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings 1ic uro Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Ucuzlcy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE F PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 POSTED strictlyIorbidhuntingpimlng on our plucea antl will prosecute vi ohiton to the full oxtvnt of the law Fred Itolohenhnob llroi VOIIUruoIIIICIUIln1K Kolohonbaoli Joseph Ilullou 4t3Iuuu MJ llodnann Ulirl Jiicol MI Klinoro dnryllol0uurinLdhrUtlnnOraynon J 0 nDTIlUlltt- rJacoh Jeill Hani Diiinnron Alri MJ Ashlook COOovtl- rlrt1 Hiinaorf MrnMlMmlloton W li Oonller J Novln Cartur Tutor HIIIIIIHr llOiiiiioiilnoli 1 DuughortyJ Hl1ruttJIJ W Ifalc II K Martin Lindsay3LAlex looper Mrs Mary PtIIrICS Airs Wllltlr WllrrCII Mrs Mottle HpooliliworoJ1110 Lawrence