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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fl i 1 h THE INTERIOR JOURNAL NO IVOLXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 13 1907 NO1 47 IMATRIMONIAL Fountain F Dtankenshlp and Miss Minnie Warn were joined heart and hand hero yesterday The engagement of Miss Cora Ward of Lancaster to Lewis II West of Washington D C was announced at a luncheon given by Mrs L G David son at Lancaster At Lawrenceburg Lieut J Walker Crosiflold and Miss Ethel Scales were married The bride Is an accomplished and attractive young lady and former ly lived In El Dorado Kan Clarence VanAndalo and Miss Bertha Trower of Mercer were secret ly married some six months ago but the marriage was not made public until the groom met with an accident in a gristmill last week Miss Pearl Campbell tho pretty and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs J S Campbell of the Campbell House and Mr Jay Freeman of Memphis wore married at the residence of Dr W F Vaughan by that gentleman Thursday night Miss Ellen Malone who was visiting Miss Campbell and Dr J G Carpenter witnessed the ceremony It was the intention of the two to have a home marriage but they thought it would bo romantic to slip away from tho old folks and marry and tell them about it later and they did so The bride has spent almost all of her life In this county and U liked by all who know her The groom Is a traveling man and a very clever gentleman Fire happy pair loft yesterday for Lexington to spend several days and later will visit friends at Campbellsvillo and Barbour villc Army poets can no longer sell coca cola to the soldier boys according to an order issued from the medical department headquarters No longer will Uncle Sam countenance the use of I t this delicious and refreshing bever age The reason Is that the drink con tams eight per cent of alkoloidn principally caffeine and physicians agree that the use of caffiene is in jurous because it stimulates the heart action and Is classified with nitro glycerine and strychnine as cardiac stimulants The kola plant is a native of Africa where the natives chew the leaves and nuts for the invigorating effect The habit grows The reaction of one drink must onset with another There are cola fiends who take as many as 30 drinks a day Columbia Statesman HAD AN AWFUL TIME ButChamberlalns Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Himr It is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had a severe case of measles I got caught out In a hard rain and the measles settled In my stomach and bowels I had an awful t qtime and had it not been for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have possibly lived but a few hours longer but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well I have written the nbuvo through Blmple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy Sam H a win Concord Go For sale by all druggists OTTENHEIM T W Jones bought a bunch of hogs from Wm Anderson at 51c Ephraim Manuel entertained a number of friends Saturday evening Henry Woods has begun to spread gravel on the pike from Boones shop to Ottenhelm Mrs R G Collier of Somerset Is owvilltlnlt friends in this section Thomas Anderson made a flying trip to Somerset Mrs Joo Coleman and daughter are visiting In Cincinnati Henry James and sons aro visiting at Martinsville Ind W G James and wife are both t sick Floyd Morgan has returned from a visit to relatives In Leslie county If Taylor knows anything that will help Powers and Is too mean and cowl ardly to come and tell It on an offer of Immunity from arrest ho and his friends If ho has any can not kick if Powers and his friends join In tho application for his extradition Under such circumstances the Governor of Indiana would not further decline to perform a sworn duty and Taylor may yet answer for crime ho confesses by flight and continued absehce Un must lie tho head of such a ieasy from Justice Frankfort Journal For an Impaired Appetite To improve the appetite and streng then tho digestion try a tow doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J U Seltz of Detroit Ucht says They restored my ap petlto when Impaired relieved mo of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant e t and satisfactory movement of the bowels Price 25 cents Samples freo by all druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho wife of James T Matthews of Jessamine is dead Howard Morgan a young man was killed by lightning at Benton- A recent census of Middlcsboro gavo that little city a population of 6000 Jarvis eadows is in jail at Williams burg on tho charge of forging a check Mrs Lillie Parker of High Bridge found a copper head snake in her bed room and killed it The body of Thomas Alexander a miner was found hanging from a rafter in a stable near Middlcsboro The Williamsburg Institue has pur chased tho Highland College property from the A M A of New York for 10000 Sheriff W B Croloy of Whitley county paid Auditor lager 3600 in silver dollars in a settlement made with him last week- J W Woodall who killed Lam Whit taker in a card game at East Bern stadt last Sunday gave himself up to the authorities and is now in jail at LondonThe saloop men are going around with petitions to got the signatures of twothirds of tho voters of Madison county in order to call another local option election In Richmond The city council at Richmond has im posed a license tax on Its merchants to make up a 12000 loss In saloon license and the merchants are very indignant and a great howl has gone up against- It Seven mile railroad is incorporated at Somerset The Commercial Club holds special meeting with this result It is a 10000 corporation Little road will open up tho city to navigation on CumberlandAt Chief of Police Allman arrived from St Louis having in cus tody Otis Malicoat wanted there on a charge of murder of Clef Pigg in 1893 They wero accompanied by Malicoats wife and 16 monthsold child David Elliott a wellknown contractor and stock trader was shot and killed in a saloon at Corbin by a man named Ausmus of East Tennessee Ausmus resisted arrest firing several shots at the Chief of Police who broke his arm with a bullet from his revolver At a meeting of the directors of the Citizens National Bank Joel J Walker was elected president to fill the vacan cy caused by the death of Lewis Y Leavell Squire J S Johnson was chosen vice president tho place filled by Mr WalkerLancaster Record County Judge Emmet V Purycar is preparing to file a suit against the East Tennessee Telephone Company in Dan ville asking that courts declare its fran chise null and void because tho fran chile under which It is operating was not properly advertised 15 years ago when it was granted The body of Benjamin Chestnut one of Somersets oldest citizens who dis appeared July 19 was found in the cliffs of Cumberland river about seven miles south of Somerset It was in a very decomposed state and indicated that Mr Chestnut had been dead two weeks or more It is apparent that ho was trying to find his way through a secluded section where the cliffs are very high and precipitous and that ho fell over the high precipice breaking his neck Remedy foila Never Known to Fall I want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Homcdy I have used this preparation in my family for tho past rive years and havo recommended Uto a number of people In York county and have never know It to fall to effect a sure In any instance I feel that I can not say too much for the host remedy of tho kind In tho world- S It Jemlson Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy is for sale by all druggists It Is to be hoped that the next Legis lature will repeal the act establishing an annual fair and making an appropri ation therefor The matter has been a bono of contention and a source of trouble the start The Blue Grass Fair at Lexington demonstrates that State aid is net necessary for the sue cessful conduct o a where the community takes an interest in it as in tho Blue Grass section Let the State Fair law bo stricken from the statute books next winter Frankfort Journal Ten Years In Bed IIPor ten years I was confined to my bod with disease of my kidneys It writes R A Gray J P of Oakdale Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of tho time I consulted the very best medical skill available but could get no relief until Fo leys Kidney Cure was recommended to me It leas been a Godsend tome G L Penny Tho rural justice fined him ten And thought plenty Until the fateful moment when He displayed twenty NEWS NOTES George W Delamatcr a prominent Republican politician committed suicide at Pittsburg Mrs Cordelia A Crippen agtd 80 widow of Alonzo Crippen once a millionaire died in poverty at Syracuse N Y In tho Federal District Court at Min neapolis the Wisconsin Central railway was fined 17000 for rebating of which It was convicted last April John W Gates it is stated by a New York paper has gone to England to settle down abroad like Richard Croker and keep up a big racing establishment The directors of the United States Steel Corporation have decided to in vest an additional 15000000 in the construction of the model city of Gary At Chicago Michael C McDonald for many years a leading politician and a prominent gambler in that city is dead He left An estate valued at several millions James W Gallman former Mayor of Joncsvillc S C was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for killing S M Gillman a farmer The Standard Oil Companyof Indiana won a big victory over the government when Judge Grossup of the United States Circuit Court granted Ita writ of error at Chicago Sixty thousand dollars will be spent to fit out the Statute of Liberty on Bed laos Island New York with a new wardrobe and appurtenances thereto before next winter Ludwig Sczegiel a polish priest of Chicago walked into a Pittsburg hotel and without warning it is said shot and fatally wounded the two proprie tors twin brothers Gov Patterson has issued a call lor- a conference of textile manufacturers and labor representatives to bo held in Nashville October 14 to consider the question of child labor Hand bills scattered broadcast in Cincinnati announce that William R Hearst will begin the publication in that city of a daily newspaper to be the Cincinnati Bulletin An Indian attack on Fort Boonesbo rough will be reproduced at the James town Exposition on Winchester day by young men of that city who will aid in the celebration of the special day At Mayfield Noah Coffee and Fon Frazier young white boys In jail there charged with storebreaking fastened the keeper in jail and mado their es capo over the high wall It was an hour before the Jailer was rescued from prison The following dispatch was sent from Sharpsburg to tho Louisville Times John Burns a prosperous farmer of near Carlisle passed through here on his way home riding a stallion driving a bull and carrying a swarm of bees tied up in a sack The deal is off for Douglas Park as the State Fair site at Louisville The Board of Agriculture discovers that the property selected is not as represented New offer is refused by owner Secre tary Vreeland declines to call another meeting of tho board At Chicago two thousand three hundred telegraph operators and other employes of the Western Union Tele graph Company are out on strike in that city and according to statements of union officials the business of this company is completely paralyzed- At Nashville Tenn the committee in charge of arrangements for Tennes seeans Home Coming Week announces that Gov Malcolm R Patterson of Tennessee will deliver the address of welcome and that Gov Joseph W Folk of Missouri will respond The date is Sept 23 The controversy between the State of Alabama and the Southern railway has been settled by agreement The rail road and its allied lines will put the low passenger rate into effect Septem ber 1 and will also reduce freight rates The low rate Is to bo maintained pend ing a decision in the court of last re sortAt Greenville Harrison Alexander the Negro whoassaulted Mrs Florence Whitehouse a half witted woman was hanged In tho jail yard The Negro went to the scaffold with a steady step and appeared to keep his nerve to the last There was no Indication of trouble though troops from Madison vllle were on hand owing to reports that the Negroes would try to rescue him and that a mob had been formed to lynch him When the trap was sprung the Negro fell six feet but the ropo stretched and his feet touched the ground so that it was necessary to pull him up several inches and hold him there until ho died in 3G minutes by strangulation Warning If you have kidney and bladdo trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney pure you will have only yourself to blamc for results as It positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dis eases G L Penny HUSTONVILLE Mrs Lena Dollins and chidlren of Waco Texas are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J P Goode Misses Lillie and Josie Goode of Lou isville arrived Sunday to spend a month with their parents Mr and Mrs J P heartfelt thanks of rural route carrier No1 i tendered Mr and Mrs J A Walden for a treat of delicious R L Creel of Hodgenville has been called to the Baptist church here and will preach next Sunday All invitedD Allen shipped to Cincinnati two cars of cattle for which he paid 2 to 41c one car of hogs at 6c one car of medium hogs at 585 G J and Horace Bohon have return ed from a protracted tour of North western Missouri both now being sat isfied that old Kentucky is good enough for them At the regular meeting of the Hus tonvillo Masonic Lodge Friday evening Aug 23 business of much importance to the fraternity will come up All members are urged to attend Work on Sims Branch road on rural route No1 under the able supervision of Lou Elliott deserves special mention as much better judgment is shown in the work than on many roads in the West End C T Bohon of Lebanon and M H Bohon of Clinton county are guests of Dr Bohon this week Mrs J Roy B Rose and son Val of Etowah Tenn are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs V B Morse Miss Margaret McCormack gave a delightful party Saturday evening from 7 to 10 to her class and school mates in honor of Mr Leo Tunis The evening was one of continuous enjoyment in terspersed with plays and music galore which will long be remembered Zenus Cecil the bright and handsome little threeyearold son of Mr and Mrs Z P Smith was kicked in the head last week by a mule fracturing the skull The superior maxilary bone under the skillful direction of physicians is doing well and his friends have hopes for his recoveryR GIvens of Biloxl Miss is with his numerous friends and relatives In this vicinity for the next few weeks Mrs Jacob Johnson of ElHnburg who has been in bad health for some years after a short stay at Olympian Springs desires her many friends to know that she is greatly improved Among the 15 or 20 patients at Olym pian Springs there is not one but what gladly tells of its wondrous curative powers and their greatly Improved con dition since going to this fountain of health Among the remarkable cases of long standing greatly improved is that of Mr James Allen Mrs B F McKinley died in Coving ton Friday and her remains were met at Moreland Saturday by a large con course of relatives and friends who fol lowed them to Hustonvillo cemetery where after an impressive service all that was mortal of the good woman was laid to rest She leaves a husband and four grown sons to mourn her loss Dr E M Green of Danville will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The communion of tho Lords supper will bo celebrated at tho close of service Preparatory ser vice will be held Thursday and Friday nights and Saturday morning at 1030 All invited to these services Union prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian church with Rev Clarence Daniels as leader Mrs Mary Brown who has been an invalid for many years died Sunday night at her home the residence of the late Dr Brown from the infirmities of old age She would have been 90 years old next month Sire was a devout member of the Christian church and an amiable lovely woman The funeral was conducted by Rev Daniels and the Interment took place in HustonviUe cemetery She leaves an invalid daugh ter to mourn the loss of a loving moth er whose place can never cd Friday evening burglars entered the residence of Marshall Herring through an open window They secured some jewelry and about 10 m cash and mado their When the robbery was discovered Marshal Lair and his bloodhounds were put on their trail which they followed ton point five miles in the knobs below Chilton making the chase over 20 miles to a cabin where the parties had been forewarned and lelt but not on foot It was an intensely hot day and the dogs and their keeper showed a gameness rarely witnessed The parties are known now and their arrest expected Considering the dry weather heavy dust and long trail five or six miles of which was over rough paths and 10 hours behind the culprits makes it one of the most re markable feats on record Eczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife had something of hat kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it proved to bo better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists C 0 Route SIGOO- ROUND TRIP BEST OF THE SEASON t slaw ATLANTIC CITYCape May and other Jersey Coast Resorts THURSDAY AUGUST 15TU Fifteen Days Limit Stopover at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington on return trip within final limit Through Day Coaches and Sleepers to Atlantic City without change For full information and reservation address GEO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky WantedFarDlS-If you have a Farm or any kind of property you want to sell or an account or note you want collected write to us at once We refer you to any bank in Somerset as to our reliability Ad dress Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky ATTENDTHE GREAT Casey county Fair- At Liberty AUG 28 29 30 Liberal premiums on all kinds of Stock C H BARTLE JASON WESLEY President Secretary the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford RntuckV Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIE- B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT w o WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayucsburg Ky S VEComfort 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 mites no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here s H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber IBooksW B McRoberts DRUCCISl II STANFORD ili titerPERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compoundedI Journal 1EoC WALTON J T ROBERTS It ncamlldnte for Maglttrnte in the Cr b Orchard Mnglitcrlnl DIotrlct subject to the action of the democratic party t l t JOHN J MOSER for of Lincoln count Irmocrntp M BRUCE Ii a cnndldnttt for Jnller of Lincoln count subject to the notion of the Democrat c t party JAMES C HAYS Im cnnilUlnto for Jnller of L1nc subject to the action of the 1eulocrttl c party C ALLEN A for of Lincoln cour action of tbe Democrat ID of Mississippi fie be an eccentric genius and an imprac tical but there is no discount on his Democracy It is not often a mar- whose hopes are temporarily shatter ed can address the ruling authori i ties of the partyas follows in the me ment of defeat by so slight a major ity I accept the arbitration of that 1tribunal without a tinge of resent ment or regret for anything done or said by my friends or me during the campaign I am for the nominee ant hope that ho will make the people o f Mississippi a great United States Senator Thats the way true Democrats always act The spurious arti often beefs and bolts litc1eA NEGRO baby nursery is to be start ed in Lexington to enable Negro women who want to work to leave their homes The plan is for the Negro women ti take their babies to the nursery in theI morning and leave them in charge of capable persons while the mothers work It is an excellent idea The poor creatures who have to work and want to work have been known to give their offspring laudanum or some other anesthetic to keep them quiet in their absence The establishment of the x nursery will provide a most deserving charity and take away the excuse that many domestics offer for not working EMMETT GlLocAN of Warren Coun ty one year agomadean investment of 23650 in sheep since which time he has sold from proceeds of the flock and closed out for the present for 539 Profit 30250 Some farmers In the State say they cannot well afford to keep a flock of sheep Can they afford to say this after looking over these figures Farmers Home Journal Mr Logan in years gone by was the bright and versatile editor of the Louisville Times but is now one of Warren countys most substantia tillers of the soil = Luck to you Farmer Logan Gov J C W BECKHAM United States Senators James B McCrear and Thomas H Paynter Mayor Robert W Bingham of Louisville and every member of Kentuckys delegation in the Lower House of Congress have united in a letter to the members of the Democratic National Committee requesting and inviting them to hold the next Democratic National Conven tion In Louisville Every Democrat for Louisville but she must prove herself a democratic city by giving a rousing democratic majority this fall TUB Alabama Legislature has pass a bill appropriating 15000 for a statue of Senator Morgan to be putin the hall of fame at Washington Asimilarhonor ought to be conferred on Alabamas other grandold man Senator Pettus They were a noble pair and did great credit to theState and the entire South Tim statement of a I learned doctor that drinking coffee is the cause of the alarming increase of cancer comes in opportune time The berry is on the jump in prices and the statement will give people an excuse for not buying it ATTORNEY GENERAL HAYS is going to locate in the West when his term of office expires lIf ho had taken Horace Greeleys advice some four years ago he would have been better thought of in this grand old Commonwealth TICAL ExGov Bradley will speak at the Labor Day celebration at Lexington Sept 2- Speaker Cannon delivered an address at a reunion of old soldiers at Dodge City Kan M G Overstreet has been appointed magistrate in the Penyville district to succeed W O Edwards deceased i The democrats of Louisville will hold a primary election Sept 24 to nominate candidates for city and county offices The effort to secure bail in Washington for Mrs Anna M Bradley slay er of Senator Arthur Brown ofI Utah has failed The Department of Commerce and Labor has the resignation of William R Knight Sr the United s States Shipping Commissioner of Phil adelphia That sterling democrat Mr J R Mount has been appointed chairman of the Garrard County Com mittee to serve during 1907 The ap was made by the State Cen trILl Committee f Jtj fJJIL i y President Roosevelt has appoint Ernest A Mottsmith of Hawaii to be Secretary of Hawaii The official call has been issued for a meeting of the Democratic Campaign Committee to be held in Frankfort on Thursday Aug 15 to form plans for the campaign in the State Republicans are making great preparations for the opening of the State car paign at Maysville and it is expect by those in charge of the arrangemen that20000 people will be in Maysvil on August 19 A E Willson will make his opening speech at that time The Democratic State Executh Committee declared Congressman John Sharp Williams the nominee for the United States Senate The canvass of the returns showed a majority of t8 votes for Williams the totals being Williams 59490 Vardaman 5884 There will be no contest over the resul Gov Beckham is making good his ante election claims that he was for the enforcement of the law against all forms of all lawlessness lIe has ap pointed good clean men to fill the oil ces in Louisville and Jefferson county vacated by the recent decision of the court of appeals in tho contested clet tion cases and these men are now enforcing the law as it was never en forced before In many instances sa loon licenses are being revoked poc rooms are being raided their occupant arrested and their outfits destroyed 1and 300 crap games raided within 21 hours In appointing men to do such good work Gov Beckham has made his own election sure as well as that of the entire democratic Stato ticket Mayfield Monitor Here and There The Chicago directory for 1907 give figures estimating the population of Chicago at 3367000- A registered mail sack containing 59 pounds of gold was stolen between Eagle and Rampart Alaska Town Marshal Edward Hawkins of Tell City Ind shot and fatally wound ed William Dauffer of that town The Credit Bank of Stockholm Sweden has suspended and many firms and individuals are heavy sufferers The works of Horatio Alger Jr have been barred from the shelves of the Worcester Mass public library Dr C P Dinsmore is dead and four other persons are dying from eating toadstools for mushrooms at Deep Val ley W Va John McClintock and Miss Edna Rogers were waylaid and shot near Bloom ington Ind while returning from an employed by the Ore gon Railroad and Navigation Compan and the Southern Pacific road on theIr lines in Oregon are on strike F H McGuigan first vice presiden of the Great Northern railroad has resigned his position owing it is said to personal with James J Hill Gov Patterson has issued a call for a conference of textile manufacturer and labor representatives to be held in Nashville October 14 to consider the question of child labor The Bureau of Statistics of the De partment of Agriculture finds the con dition of corn on August 1 was 828 per cent as compared with 822 last month and a ten year average of832 per cent President Roosevelt has signed an or- s der creating the Tern Island bird reser vation The reservation embraces all of the mud lumps so called in and near the mouths of the Mississippi riverAt St Louis Hugh Ash aged five arrived at Union Station from Mulber ry Kan on his way to Louisa Ky A tag says he is being sent to Mont Holt who is clerk of the Lawrence county court A building containing the laundry and lighting and heating plant of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane in Philadelphia one of the largest pri vate institutions in the country was destroyed by fire A man identified as traveling under the name of Wolfengargcr was found with a large bullet hole in his head in he woods in a remote corner of Estill ounty He had been dead for several months and mystery attaches to his death Mrs Brodie Duke divorced wife of the famous tobacco king has bought a arge tract of land in mountains of Kentucky paying 228000 for the total icreage The was closed at Lexington where negotiations had been in progress for some months Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent businessman of Bluff MoIthat Bucklens Arnica Salve Is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a ore burn or wound or to a case of plies Ive used It and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pen rys Drug Store 25c Charles Marshall defeated in Owen county for the democratic nomination for Representative will contest the election on that his successful opponent gave drinks ofcoca cola to oters at He charges that this carried the election Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is sold under a positive guarantee to cure constipation sick headache stomach rouble or any form of Indigestion If It falls the madufacturers refund your money Vhat more can any one do G L Penny L j t MATTERSI at the Christian church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock The Christian Endeavor convention I reports Societies 69138 members 3456000 contributions 4378000 The Christian Church at Paint Lick which has been recently built will be dedicated the first Sunday in Septem berRev Horace Kingsbury a native of Australia has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Christian church in Harrodsburg and will enter upon his ministry Jan 1 next He succeeds Dr M G Buckner who resigned some time since to go to the First church at Mansfield OI Endorsed By County liThe most popular remedy In Otso go County and the best friend of my family writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsvllle N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to bo an infallible cure fdr coughsandcolds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottlo in thee house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Pennys Drug Store Price 60c and 81 Trial bottle free Five saloons in Louisville said to have been kept open Sunday were closed by the police Their owners were arrested together with their bartenders and men in the saloons bringing the number of arrests directly traceable totithe lid up to more than 15 Chief Hanger investigated 40 saloons that were said to be selling liquor Fire in Manila destroyed 120 native houses and made 600 people homeless NOTICE Twelve Sew Wblwr Two llorse Wagons with and one l hor Webber wagon omploto rhenp for cash Her ItttTe tones McKinney K- yAttention Please I Any honest person desiring temporary or vrmnnent employment should cull on Kl Pert K Hi 11 Kv I O address Wnynesburg Ky Ik P I No1 For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel property n now two tory brick embracing Is rooms and hulls and one storeroom J1 5 feet Located on ihe corner of Main it Danville Avenue In Hustonvllle Ky Hits cistern Ice house nnd other outbuildings Address NEWTON IlllOH Somerset Ky Premiums FOR SALE Tcwii5ninis goodonesilO Polnnd China honrl In t 0 Htnte to register Apply to jVlj Hnrnvj on J V Cook fnrm Rowland K- yNotice Butchers I Good refrigerator Ifeet high and tell wide for sale at n twrgaln Also n lot of OUlC IH tooll fAlIflIlALL iIRRIt Illuttonvllle Ky IUTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to buy butcher valUe of nil kinds for tho Kitstorn market Wnnt n car loud or to a week teat price paid J W Wil hams Ibono M4 Ky Fins ilm Grass Farm For Sals- att ncre of fertile Innd Im enormousstock harm andmtneverrolling- supply of water situated on time ColTeyV III u mile from Hustonvlll In Lincoln County Kentucky being the farm on which U Carpenter resided In his lifetime will bo offered nt private smite for a limited time The owners are nonresldentiof tho Ktnto nml not lielng nblo to give their enonIlIIlUIntton to the farm have decided to sell It nt n fair price Address Inquiries for price terms other particular to- CltAULKKN MANNINO Security Trust Co Ky HENRY WATTERSONS Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United states have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY COUIUKROUKXAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for tbe combination to utaot tG the Conrler Journal BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departmentHigh School Grammar Interme diate Primary Music Cooking and Sowing Only three places loft in the dormitory and cottages but good homes in the town arc open to students Terms Board and tuition 810500 Tuition alone 880 820 816 For catalogue address MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Ky Attend the Great Rochcaslle Co Fair At Brodhead AUG 14 15 16 Liberal Premiums Balloon Ascensions Each Day R H HAMM JOHN ROBINS President Secretary THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR INCORPORATED AT LEXINGTON KY OVER 25000I- n LoxInKton PAPER Aug 1217 6 Big Days 6 T OVER 25000 In Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive list of Free Attractions in the Country 16Thrilling Acts Each Day16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky l I 14M 0vMrMlJ wyaNisii = = l ri Reduced NI We have the best the Light est and Coolest things pos sible for comfort We are ready for you with soli Light Shirts 0 with or without Collarsat U rr a 1 150 and 2 Low Shoes 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 r i and 50C Long Soft 4 in HandsWin sors Ties 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from 50c to 650 M The New Greys and Blue t Serge TwoPiece Suits 1250 15 and 20 We will have everything neces sary for your comfort t tr U J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY DIAMOND INKr If you want the best Ink in the world use the highest of standards The DIA MOND They run from a 5c bottle to a 75c quart PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Imported Castile Soaps We have this Soap for convenience cut in 5 and JOc Blockst esLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris CreeD 1 When you want Paris GreenIdo notJlforget that we handle the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO h larnaotltilcltailoeicry Glovee Low Shoes White Waiitingi LaccxKtnhroidoricB Gloves rnne J SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY Aw 13 100 I Diamond Ink Eraser will remove Ink and other stains from paper clothing nnd other fabric Penny PERSONALS Mn S II SHANKS has been quit sick Dn C M THOMPSON of KlngsvltleI Is quIto tick MRS J W IRELAND returned from Y Danville Friday MIIB J W KAUBEY of lieu Lick Is the guest of Mrs Ed Hubbard MRs J W IRELAND wentup to Cot bin Saturday to join her husband SAM M OWENS of McKinney wns J hero Saturday Somerset Uepublican Mit EHNKST WARREN and wife ot Mlddlcsboro are guests at Eld J05eph Ballous ATTORNEY C C WILIIAMS of Mt Vernon was hero on legal business Saturday MI88E8 SARAH CURTIS and Gertrude Gooch of the West End visited friends hero Friday HON J M AIAERSON spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Mattio Alvcreon r at Richmond MRS SMITH It PENNY of St Joseph Mo was the guest of her cousin Mrs Forest McCiary- SIECIAL AGENT G T Helm and D I t4D McGraw were here yesterday on railroad matters MIss ISAIIBLLE WALKER of Poin Lcavell took tho train hero Saturday for Jlucllatch MRS P P NUNNELLEY spent sever al days at Lebanon the guest of tho family of Judge Kelly Miss EFHE DRYE of Hustonvllle I tho guest of Mrs P D Smalluy narrodsbulIDemocratDil taking a llttli outing but will Ira back at his dental office between Sept 1 and 10 ROBERT FENZEI JR is spending this week in Cincinnati with his brother and sister and other relatives Mns JAMIE CARPENTER and sister Miss Kit Huffman went up to Crab Orchard Saturday to spend a few days MR AND MRS J H BAUGIIMAN of Stanford are the guests of his slater olMrs S M Saufley Frankfort Jour- nalt a MRS C H COLEMAN returned to Carey hell county with her husbani Friday and will spend two weeks with htm 4 OtxiE FIELDS of Turnersvillc Is clerking in the Regal Shoe Gos Store In Louisville and is greatly pleased will his position W B WEAUEN who has beer ithUt months traveling fora largt buggy concern in tho South is at home folksr OMEn left yesterday tc meeting at Locust hold a protracted Grove church county Ho will be gone about 10 days MRS F D LEWIS and children of YAtes Center Kansas are with her parents Mr and Mrs J J McKinney In tho Mt Salem section MR A C HARIIERSON secretary of the Porryvillo fair has our thanks for complimentary to the exhibition a which begins tomorrow Wednesday MR J C HAYS who underwent an J time ago at the St Joseph lifosVltal Louisville is conval seeing and will bo able to return homo this week MIss SMXIE TAYLOR WOODS joined of young ladles at Lancaster r t t Falls andSarturdny to go to Niagara other points of interest The trip will be made In about 12 days MR J W ACEY who has a good po sition with tho L N In Louisville Ho recently had his t was hero Friday moustacho shaved off and some of his friends hardly recognized him 4Miss CORA NUNNELLEY of the Pey delightfully enter tons Wen section tained the following young ladies at a Misses Anna Chancellor house party Ruth Tanner Berta and May Kather inc Murphy I TilE following gentlemen attended the Harrodsburg fair Friday Messrs Harvey Helm H R Saufley II C WW BB and James Woods G G Leo Hill M Beazloy Winfred Duncan D Eubanks B W Givens ADAMS and Misses Mat Mns FANNIE Williams and Reca Bakerjeft yesterday for a months stay Orchard t 0 Attorney and Mrs D J Do t Springs after spending several days at Moncame hero Crab Orchard relto spend a Signalwith ativeBMt Vernon HON G M DAVISON is hero from CovingtonMR 0 HOPPER is at Crab Orchard Springs Miss LUCILE COOPER is visitini Hustonvillo relatives MRS J S RICE went to Lebanon Friday to visit friends MntO M PIPPIN of Greenville Texas is with J II Williams Miss LUCRETIA VAUOIIT of Somer sot is with Miss Lena Reynolds ATTORNEY GEORGE D FLORENCE Is sojournihg at Crab Orchard Springs- A R WALLACE of Harrodsburg spent Sunday with his mother and sister here CIIARLES KITCHEN JR of Ashland anent Sunday with Miss Nannie Woods EnglemanMn WOODSON of Louisville Iwns hero yesterday with his brother Mr Matt Woodson MRS A C HILL is at Slate Llrk joinhiliMRS J II tho Prcachcrsville section is visiting rcl ativea at Bcllevue Texas MR A T NUNNELLEY is here from Texas visltln his parents and looking after his business MR J T BINGAMAN and wife havo moved into Mrs Elizabeth Higgins cottage on West Main Street dnughter1MluMrs F J Jones at Cmb Orchard- MR IKE PHILLIPS wife and children and Mrs J M Phillips and baby left yesterday to visit relatives at Conncls vlllc Miss FLORENCE TANNER and brother Mr Varney Tanner of McKinney are with tho family of K Shugar at Crab Orchard MISSES MARY MODLEY and Katherim Phillips have returned from a visit to Mrs Pence and the Misses Simpson in Garrard DR T M LEWIS and family will take- rooms at the St Asaph Hotel Mr D M Anderson who bought the Lewis home will move to It frontho Preach crsvillo section this week MR GEORGE W RIFFE of Tyrone arrived yesterday to visit ol friends hero End 110 is doing well in his western home ho Informs us He raised 6 OO busho sof whoat this year and have an Unusually largo crop either LOCALS SOUTH REND watches for sale at Muellers LOST horse collar Return to Day Embry colored THERE will bo an ico cream supppr at Rowland Saturday evening next 1 SIZE bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at the Stanford Drug Co SENATOR BYRON of Bracken county addressed tho tobacco raisers hero yesterday and organized a Society of Equi tyNo 4 which passes McKinney at 533 A M will stop there Wednesday morning for tho benefit of thoso who wish to go to tho Lexington fair THE Brodhcad and JPcrryvilio fairs begin tomorrow Wednesday and con- tinuo over Friday If you cant go to both honor ono of them with your presence anyway MR ED A CHILTON the clever score tary of tho London Fair Aug 27 to 30 has our thanks for a complimentary which we hope to use Of the 20odd fairs hold at London tho writer has missed but one SOME scoundrel n sing Mr Ih D Holdermans homo on Lancaster street Friday night threw a rock on his porch The missile did no damage but made tho occupants think that a blast had been discharged in that locality A LEXINGTON dispatch says that Robert Moreland formerly of this place will drive Spirit of tho Times a fast trotter in a heat raco against tho Knabcnshuo air ship at the State Fair next Wednesday The ship will bo about 200 feet in the air BLUE FARHsFOR SALE Fino farms throughout Central Kentucky for sale ranging in size from 40 to 700 acres From 30 to 100 per aero in price Write us for list or de scription Hughes Swinebroad Real Estate Dealers Lancaster Ky uHTilE expert accountant in Louisville who has been going over the different books of various departments we aro glad to say Sam Wilhltos books in firstclass condition and tallied to a cent Ho Is making louisvillo one of tho best officials sheer had and we hope he will continue to hold on Sam is one of the cleverest gentlemen in the world as well as ono of the democrats i YOUR MIDSUMMER NEEDS anss We are making great efforts to htivo just what you want in the way of wearing apparel for theeo hot daye Besides the Summer Roods wo are closing out we arc ehowing Just the things you need for Summer wear I HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co j MAGIC stock and poultry food at Singletons OLD fashioned sideboard for sale Apply at this office T C BALL sold to Ed Ballard his fine graphophone for 100 BEAUTIFUL line of souvenir postcards just in Mrs W S Jones DR E J BROWN has sold to Mr II C Rupley his residence on Logan Avenue for 2000 W D NEWLAND Bold his fnrm near Cedar Creek to Wood Peters or Indiana for 2000 jLOST oil cloth for buggy between and Stanford Leave at T D Newlands Store JUDGE W L DAWSON carrier on rural route No 2 is taking his 15day carrylnIAT tho supper served in tho yard oC Mr J M Phillips Saturday aftcrnnni for the benefit of tho chapel at Row land 40 was taken in Tits Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars am prices IJ R WOn four blues and five reds at tho Harrodsburg fair last week which is doing pretty well He will take his string of horses to Perry ville this week where we hope he will be successful GEORGE CLYDE a brakeman on the Q C railroad has offered to dive from High Bridge which is 285 feet above Kentucky river as an attraction for an excursion which tho road will run Ills otter has pot been accepted MRS FRED MCCLURE who has been ill of typhoid fever some two weeks died at Crab Orchard yesterday Sho was a daughter of Mr T J Goode c this place and was 25 years old Be sides her husband one child is left to mourn tho loss of a kind and indulger t mother Deceased was a devout mem bcrof tho Christian church and was l good woman Rev Verco will preach tho funeral at tho Crab Orchard Chris tian church at 2 oclock this afternoon and tho burial will occur in Buflfali Cemetery here GRAD ORCHARD SPRINGS The writer had tho pleasure of spending a few das at Kentuckys best Summer resort Crab Orchard Springs A delightful crowd of some 200 is there and a most congenial ono it is Lots of prett girls aro on hand beaux aro scarce and if tho Stanford young men know a good thing they will hie themselves to that place and stay as long as possible The faro this year is good fried chicken old ham tender beef and choice being in abundance Tho best bread cook in this entire section has a steady engagement and the lightest rolls beat on biscuits etc aro always on the table hot and fine Mino Host Wlllii has an Immence garden and from i t ho gets vegetables galore In short tho meals served at Crab Orchard Springs are A 1 and there is no reasor- d complaint from even tho worst dys peptic or the hardest to please of tho fastidious A splendid band makes mu sic for the nightly dances and at meal FinleyIof Danville and they are not only good musicians but exceedingly clever gentle men Mr Ike Shelby ia head clerk and a good ono indeed lie knows everybody and makes them all have a good time Mr and Mrs Willis give their personal attention to everything md as a consequence everything right They aro a fine pair and Paid Ma as many of tho guests af ectionally call them are admired and respected and we might say loved by all Mrs Willis who is greatly terested in tho new Christian church al Crab Orchard was instrumental in giv- Ing a delightful little entertainment in he ball room Saturday night Tho orchestra gave a number of selections Prot Stratton sang a solo Mrs Annie It Rentz who delighted a Stanford ludience last winter gave several read Ing selections Donald Dick rendered a violin solo Miss Rubol of Lebanon ang a solo Miss Berta Jean Penny of Stanford gave a whistling solo etc all of which was greatly enjoyed Some 25 was realized FOR SALELot of hardy rose plants and old brick John Christman at greenhouse CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax Is due Please call and settle same R G Jones Marshal 4t LET us Trunks and Traveling bags to you Fall stock just received Cummins McClary RIFFE Jarmsthe colored produce men of McKinney will open a rink about Sept 1 they tell us- THERE was more drunkenness In Stanford Saturday night than has been seen here for a long time What has become of the Law and Order League REMEMBER the reduced rate the C 0 offers to Atlantic City Thursday next 15th Only 16 for the roundtrip from Lexington Better take advan tago of it rTill Jumbo camp meeting will begin Sept 6 The tabernacle has been com pleted and everything is in readiness for the entertainment of the visitors Everybody invited THE republicans of Garrard bavo nominated William Winn an exmoun taro man Representative but well wager dollars to doughnuts he will not beat lion George T Farris iI a base ball at Crab Orch and Saturday afternoon between Liv ingston and the home team Livingston won 16 to 8 It was a better garni than the big score would indicate IN remitting for his paper to Aug 1 1910 Mr R C Bywaters of Nez Perce Idaho writes Crops are splendid in this part of the country and pri- Ce on stock of all kinds are very encour aging 1TilE Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet in the base ment of that church Friday afternooi at 3 oclock A full attendance is car nestly requested as business of impor tance Is to bo attended to fo tho night of June 4 a black mare four years old and about 16 hands high was stolen from Wm Huffmans stable in the Gilberts Creek section He of fete a reward of 25 for the recovery at the mare and 25 for the conviction of the thief Tim Crab Orchard Masons begun work on their new building which wil bo of concrete It will be 34x60 and two stories A M Dial of Plalnville Ind has Oho contract and ho hopes tc have the building ready for occupancy in six or eight weeks WANTED lady gentleman who can invest a few dollars for their own outfit to take training in optical pres cription writing fromthe prisoptometer A good salary as soon as competent to use tho instrument For further particulars address P 0 box 53 Stan ford Ky 11rOLD PARAPHERNALIA Mr C A Redd of Crab Orchard has a Masonic pin that has been worn in his and his wifes family for nearly 160 years It belonged to John Gilbert Mrs Redds great greatgrand father Mr R also has a silk apron Mr Gilbert wore in olden times 11MARTINMr A T Martin well known in this county where he lived until some 10 years ago died at Somerset yesterday aged about 50 Ho Is sur rived by his wife and several children Mr Martin had been in the livery busi ness for some time and was doing nicely He was a clever kindhearted man and his many friends in this county and elsewhere sorrow at his taking away Tim wills of Silas Anderson and Mrs Martha Pepples wore probated yester terday The former divides his props erty between his wife and four child ren and the latter requests that after her debts are paid the remainder bo spent for a monument for her John B Anderson qualified as administrator of his fathers estate and Thomas Per rill as executor of Mrs Pepples BOUGHT LAUNDRY MACHINERY The hectors of the Stanford Laundry Co urchased from the Sinclair Laundry Co of Chicago Friday the machinery necessary to put in operation the laun dry Is soon to start here The directors also rented the storeroom of W K Warner Co on Lower Main Street The outfit cost about 3000 and will be here about Sept 10th It is to be hoped that the enterprise will be a success our people make it la New Veils C Velvet Ribbons Side Combs Jack Combs HandkerchiefsUnderwear Corsets n cades the little things that cost so little yet arc eo necessary South East Corner Main and Depot Streets We are now ready to show you a full and new line of Wash Belts Buttons Collars Cross Barred Dimity Handkerchiefs Persian Lawns Embroidery and Beadings Give us a call and let us convince you that this is the place for all UptoDate Dry Goods Shoes 5 and lOc Ware TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY Housej 4 HOI weather suite t Remember we Have Reduced the Prices on All Our Light Weight i e Suits ssittasssisatrii h ltV B Perkins Crab Orchard- Kentucky rI The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has madeUpreparalion Let awl help you to prepare for a good position Wa have helped others and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Department of the Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able toj accomplish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky rThe Interior Journal i Xnltredintt PollOffice at Stanford 411 auendclau matte tlOBL1I1BIIIO VOBHDATB aND FKXIMVX i AT 500 PER YEAR CASH JmeDnot so paid f100 will be charged IJesse W Sweeney X rnOPBIKTOB S Livery Food and Sale stable I Lancaster K- yI I NOTICEUnion and Wireone needing a i NewlandntHtsntordtheir has onetliTwit and will nilshow you the same on short notice i BT MJN8KOUD NOTICE I Spring iltunted 0 miles HoutlOlympian station on tho O 8 It It and on McKinney A Mlddleburg pike or which hacks rnn Ilall except Bundny li now open for the treatment of Ilheuma turn Liver Kidney Hladder and nil Htom itch and Bowel Troubles llheunrotUm r t ot reuionnble rates For partlcu addressr XMBIMkPrpr 111 D CARTER NowLiveryDepot Stroot Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY t AS PRICE Surgeon Dentist ITANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Htreet between Well and town H mile from Halt Huluhur same distance from Brown Hprtng Hplenald to Me and cool comfortable rooms hates per week INSURANCE Tire Lightning WindStorm Life and Accident None the STRO GET and BK8T Represented Lowest Pos Rates Guaranteed witha Paying llec rdtCneqnalled Tulle MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyreadymadeciothingwhenthere- duo little difference In made mils and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I pan make from a low price business suit to the Until dress ault Also Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none HO UUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to BD Carter I Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot StreeJ STANFORD ET Special Attention Given Commercial Men Good IllK at Reasonable Itutes Stock Pena In ConnectionI Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Hteam Engine Threshing Machinery and Haw Mills It will pay to nee us before Ou buy Also commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OJHce Phone Home Phone Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Ixi V jJ3te iwriJrtrU nnry- evtifklst + Ji r ir IrmN FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE10 good yearling mules Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky Wanted to buy 100 or 200 bushels oC rye J D Shelby Junction City Ky Geo 0 Spoonamore sold to Pony Beazley threeyearold mare mule Cor SALEThree threeyear mnre mules and one threeyearold hrse mule Good workers J J Wright Moreland Fine Tamworth boar oneyearo weighs 300 pounds and is thin in order Magnificently bred Will sell at a bnr gain in next 10 days R C White Crab Orchard FOR SALEA thoroughbred Poland China boar Will weigh 350 pounds and a thoroughbred Poland China sow and five pigs all subject to register M J Murphy Kingsville Ky George W Morris of Cornishvill reports that he took 6000 pounds of honey from his 44 stands of bees during Juno and July and increased the number of his stands to S2lIarrodsburg Democrat A South Omaha Neb saysI Fat cattle reached the hiat which it has been sold for five a shipment of 1555 pound cornCedI steers being sold at 730 This price was equaled last in 1902 STANFORD COURT There were abet 150 cattle on the market the greats portion of which sold Prices range from 86 to 41c There was a fair di mand for good cattle Little or noI business was done in the horse and mule markets Simpson of Pulaski sold 31 medium cattle at 1750 FOR SALEA few4months old Bert shire shoats These pigs are fullblow ed being out ot Dora Premier 99S8 and sired by Motcombo Duke III 73925 This boar weighs over pounds and has taken several hundred dollars in premiums James A Estei Stanford Ky- TheKentucky State Racing Con mission has agreed upon the followin racing dates Lexington seven days from Saturday September 14 to Sa urday September inclusive Latoni Racing Association at Latonia 21 days from Monday September 23 to Saturday October 19 inclusive Louisville Jockey Club at Louisville 18 days beginning Monday October 21 and cot tinuing through November 9 The Shorthorns of Hon Abram Rei ick of Winchester carried away the prizes at the Lancaster fair They took first premium on aged bull yearlin heifer and sweepstakes for heifers second premium on heifer calf two yeai old heifer and on herdFarmers Home Journal We do not know where the Journal got its information but if it really wants to know who won all the premiums mentioned we cheerfully fer them to Mr H P Hawkins of Lincoln county who won eight out oIf nine shows defeating Mr Henick ev ery time except onceIn the yearlin heifer ring- Agricultural Department has jus published a mass of statistical and other information regarding agricultural matters in Kentucky and other States It is shown that Kentuck eads in tobacco having twice the icreage in that crop and several time as large a crop as North Carolina her nearest competitor has The Kentucky acreage in tobacco in 1906 was 90000 and the average yield of tobacco per acre was 870 pounds The otal production was 252300000 pounds which brought an average farm price on December 1 last of 77 cents and an ggregate farm value on the same date of 19427100 This was more than twice as much as the aue of Ohio tobacco which was 8500000 hamberlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we had thrfio doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed In- valD At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea emedy and In a few hours ho began to Improve Today he Is as healthy a child as parents could wish for Mrs B J Johnston Llnton MissI For sale by all druggists- Senator f Joseph W Bailey of Texas and John H Kirby of Houston have purchased the Hammett and GillespIe tarm in the Glen pool paying 3165000 for it The farm comprises 72f acres- and has fine wells on it producing 2 OO barrels of oil daily The farm lies- pear Tulsa I T- Regularasthe Sun is an expression as old as the raco- No doubt the rising and setting of the- sun Is the most regular performance In the universe unless it Is the action of the bowels when regulated with Dr Klngs New Life Pills Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c It is estimated that the sun will be- able to supply the present amount of- heat for a straight 30000000 years That makes a two weeks vacation look like a wart on the universe hey George Peyton bartender at the He- tel Jackson Elyria 0 was cremated in a fire which destroyed a twostory annex of the hotel awuM aslViaIsILJeraflaIr h Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as IIPerryvilleBrodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 201 days Barbourvllle Aug 213 days Nicholosville Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 234 days Somerset Sept 34 days Bardstown Sept 44 days Mbnticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisvill Sept 166 days- Shcpherdsville Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 234 days Paris Sept 3five days At a massmeeting of the telegra operators now on strike in Chica Secretary Russell of the organizatfa declared that although tho men had taken the matter into their own hnnds wherever they had walked out the officials of the organization would now stand back of them and that the matter had gone too far for any drawing bad Grand SecretaryTreasurer Quick of the Order of Railway Telegraphers appeared at the meeting and said that his organization had 1000000 in the treasury which was at the disposal of the strikers The union operators met in New York and decided to await a proposed conference between Unite States Commissioner of Labor Neill and President Small of the union before taking action sfThe Limit of Life The most eminent medical sclentla are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human lifo Is many years below them tatnment possible with tho advance knowledge of which the race Is now possessed Tho critical period th1t determines its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness tie- being n fatal to longevity Nature best helper after 60 Is Electric hitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Penn s Drug Store Encouraged by their apparent sucI cess in crippling the telegraph system of the country the striking operator are making preparations to extend the movement into parts of the Unite States and Canada Approximately 4000 men were out last night- Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will exporienc great benefit by taking Foleys Hone and Tar as It stops difficult breathln immediately and heals the Intlame air passages and even If It shout rail to cure you It will give Instant reo lief The genuine is In a yellow pack Itago G L Penny 1Judge S W Hager democratic nom nee governor narrowly leath when a car of the escapedI treat jumped the track fridge over Kentucky river the iron braces of the bridg the car and passengers would have gone into the river Shallow sands in Clinton county have reduced the best results shown in the regions of Kentucky during the last week the sixth good well having just been brought in In Wayne county a 30 barrel strike was made on Stink Ing creek PUBLIC SALE I I will iwll at public MIII nt Cnib Orchard lit 3 ISM on HATUIIUAY HKIT7 Vfli my liveroom cottage at that place The houso Is modern In and has three arches Good outbuildings gurdvu and an mndanre of fruit lot contain ono acre of tine land Terms made known on day of alile J HTJIrIIUOr U F D No1 Htantonl Ky PUBLIC SALE I The property of Mrs J It Dickinson de luiU M ltl at auction on the prom hesllt Orllh Orchard Rtt I M HUlt usletlIlgof about 9 acres of land house- dII good lillo houMhold- IIlId kitchen furniture hand udnted JIlnll Wille Other things In house too numerous to mention HOIIIH farming linpliunonts c Iudl s spvclally Invited Tmnis of houle und Innd cash bnliincx In nnd 12 montba with interest from date o po ses Ion J II GIIICKHHON Jam F Ileynolds Auct for Heirs Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell furiii miles Wvnt of stonvlllul nillo from and linrpen tera conntstlnKOf IIcre of rich blu Htltlon1 or tobacco Ilind sill In ms This farm can be equally divided to vantage no as to have a good dwelling on encb pleco al o necessary outbuildings Tbe furor lays almost In n sqiiaru only olle- angll In lines There lire three stock barns I goo totmcco bars 2 stables tenant lIou8e1l000 water In every Held six lasting rings a strenms running through wllol tract J HTKELK OAmENTEU Jlnstonvllle Ky- FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A line blue grass tarns for sale situated on- ntlw pike near Point Leavoll and six miles south of Ijincastttr containing Hi ncros- well located In good neighborhood bllnll- Ilurt of the John Walker tract with u hand onl new twostory sevenroom residence tbcreon recently completed with nil out bulldlnla anti good new learn 40x00 Well wllterd six never falling springs nnd crock running through KHM84i cash In hand balance one Bnd- two years from darpaid of sale heisting six per- centlnterolt more looking for such place please IIrlto KMaml Walker living on farm at Point Lllven or W Wlker Isabelle P E M and WOHlallfordiK Leuvell Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whltns Mill renovatedJIM been nnd In now In line condition tomako the lest of Flour Miiil Eta Uuitoni grlntlhl dono on each inletI fur Oral Orchard Ky 50 Years An Agency50 Tho oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse Dr Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 2 STANFORD KY FORSALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars 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 upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days 4 cash bat anee to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write L R Hughes or James 11Vhite Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky Juno 7 1007 One drop of B4114I dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken Instant ly When fed In time feed or water It 1s tho best preventive I have over used WILT COOMB- SBlll44 U guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Itoup and Limber neck Price 50 cents No cure no pay npptiinIruent to State Normal Ifnot see you County Superintendent at once I100Ut it The institution stands for the teachers and pupilof Kentucky rural schools catAilogone today Address R N ROARK Richmond KyI IRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers nnd- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pots Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge ol the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 1331 The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky Kentucky The Htato College of often the ollowlng courses namely Agricultural ifrcbaulcal Engineering Civil Engineer En evelssScluntlllc course each whirs Rnd ex tends over four years and lends to the llacheloridegree couralaorganlzetl under u supimtte faculty The general acuity consisting of professors assistant and Instructors ovenprofessors County npXlntees receive free tuition privilege of residence In dormitories fuel ind end traveling expense If they remain ten consecutive months or one jolleglateyear The nnd museums are large well equipped and modern Military Hdimce Is fully provided for as re b Congress Oruduutelu the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal re numeration The of matrlcu ateslutt year was Wl Knch department bill u specialist M Its tread with the neces number of assistantsnary Hummer schools are provided for In Pedagogy Knglneorlng nnd Instruction In chance unit till Arts The young women and an excellent home with board lodging In Pattornon Hall which la well equipped with all modern onvtmlences luitlirooms ball for physical ulturi lit Tii0 per week All limo course study In the College are open to with women upon Identical conditions how applying to males The upon the Normal School In connection with the Department of Kdu- tttton last year more thiin doubled that of preceding yearsoy new namely one for tha lepartmentorEducation ono for Agrlcul ural Hclenco Hall art In process of erection and will be completed earlY In the next collegiate ear methods of obtaining tsp- otntmentsInformation regarding courses of study and terms apply to fAR K PATTKHHON Ih n L L D Pres or DO Krazee llui Agt Lexington Ky- Fall Term Begins Sept U 1907 A Great Stock Relief Salefi f All Steamer Goods must go in order to mako room for the largo stock at r uptotlnto Full Goods that is to como in llOrtlI l I 18 and 820 Mens Suits cut to 114 48 ll JIG lull 81GGO Mens Suits qut to 12 08 31250 and 81050 Mens Suits cuto 10 98 810 Mens Suits cut to V 798 750 Mens Suits cut to 5 98It5 and 650 Mens Suits cut to 3 98 Mens 84 Oxfords cut to 3 25 Men 8350 Oxfords cut to 2 98 61 Mens 8tJ Oxfords cut to 2 48 Mens 8250 Oxfordvout to 2 24 1 Tho prices of Ladies Misses mid Children Oxford out accordingly Ro j member that all out Summer Goods go and at prices according to those above SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYIuh u New Stock of SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS J At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentuckyf inlMore Superior Grain Drills in Use Lincoln county than all othersIcombined Disc HarIrows Oliver Plows First National Bank8faatord ICs Capital Stock 50000j Thti Institution w aa originally esUbllihta as the Deposit Rank of Stanford In llll then reor anled as the National flank of Stanford in IUS and again reorganized al the First National hack of Stanford to un hiring had practically an uninter rupted eilitenee for 41 Tears It Is better np with faculties for transact Inr business promptly and well than ever before In Its longand honorable career Accounts of Individuals flduclarlis and Cor porations Solicited OffJDtlr J I nOOK a Press IT Iliac V Pre J J MCBOBKRT8 abr- wUWYAk1iNMstObrl If Directors r Reid DanvllU L T Harris Stanford J I Clocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford H lUughman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble i J U HauKhman Stanford J U Piling Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford GEORGE H FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY J Old Dutch Cleanser ChasesI Dirt= = =Thats All tl ear GEOD HOPPER ltis Main Street STANFORD KY t nts