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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IfVOL xxxvSTANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 20 1907 NO 49 Lincoln County Man Tells What he has Seen In Utah KIMBERLY UTAH Aup 8 1 071 let Kentucky on the morning of July 29 taking tho Burlington Route passing through an Immense lot of wheat and corn land in Missouri and Nebras hn also alfalfa We struck the Immense grazing country for some 2ro miles along the Repullcan river and saw cattle horses jack rabbits coyotes pralrio dogs etc In vast numbers Nearing Denver we got into tho IrrIgat- ed country Sugar beets are now it order with all kinds of diversified farm ing We saw quite a different mode of handling hay and grain Their labor saving machines are different from ours Spent several days around Den ver Colorado Springs Iikofl Peak and Pueblo Tho latter place is very smoky from tho Immense steel works and smelters Through Royal Gorge on the tho D It G Is a sight that dazzles tho eye and makes ones head swim I staid at Salt Lake a while and saw the principal sights went bathing in Salt Alro Beach The lako Is fuller than it has been In years Wo have been In Kimberly and out at Southern Boy camp Have had several days exper fence on the trail which are exceedingly narrow and dangerous to go overt Have explored several mines been all over tho surface of some and in various tunnels mills power plants etc Am very well pleased with the outlook of the Southern Boy Have an Immense lot of quartz and other immense bear ing veins The nights are cool plenty of snow banks Wo cross them every day on tho trails Expect to bo hero W for some days as the 10000 feet eleva lion uita me Have met many Kentucky people here If we leo anything c that would Interest you in the next few days may write again Yours etc r J C NEAL Gov IJcckham last week asked Judge M C Saufley of Stanford to try the case against Caleb Powers which is to be tried for the fourth time at Georgetown but afterconllidering the matter Judge Saufley declined There hu boon so much talk about this case and Intimations that Powers has never been given a square deal that the public regrets that Judge Saufley declined to try it for all who are acquainted with the able Lincoln lawyer know that Powers would haye been given square deal in every sense of the term if tried before Judge Saufley The peo pie want this casifcsottlod one way or the other and should Powers be tried before a judge like tho Stanford man the result would be accepted by all with perfect satisfaction Hes a rock rib bed Democrat but when taking his neat upon the bench politics is laid aside Lancaster Record HAD AN AWFUL TIME CholeraCured Him It Is with pleasure that I glvo 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 tho measles settled In my 6tomaoh and bowels I had an awful time 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 antI woll I have written tho above through simple gratitude and I Bhall always speak a good word for this remedy SamH Gwln Concord Oa For sale by all druggists a If you will get my now suit done t by Saturday said a customer to a tailor Ill be forever indebted to you If thats your game replied the tailor the clothes will not be done at all rlFor an impaired Appetite- To Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J H SelU of Detroit Hch says They restored my appetite when Impaired relieved mo of a bloated feeling and caused a pleas ant and satisfactory movement of tho bowels Price 25 cents Samples free by all druggists How old are you asked tho sena tor t Slxtyslx My friendsaid Mr Pettus smil ingly I am eightytwo Warning If you have kldnoy and bladder trouble and do not use Foloys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blamo for results as It positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dls G L Penny 1alsesDo you love me Henry- I should say so Of course you say so but do you ARABIA The store house being erected by H H Padgett is very near completio We are informed that Mr P will move his stock of goods from Klngsville her lien Hutchison and Miss Alma Trim blo eloped to Paris and were married and are now making their home in Lex ington We wish them a happy futur Farmers are brightening up some at present as the rains and warm weather have helped the crops a great deal and they are now predicting a fair corn cropMrs Gussie Delany and Miss Vern Benson mo visiting their undo at Lex ington L D Jones has been on tho lIck list but is improving some Mn A G Coffey continues ill Lansing Lanham of Middlcburg Is teaching our school and Is proving a most efficient teacher lie Is liked all his pupils and we are sure he will teach a very successful school 0 R Jones and wife of Trenton Mo have been visiting relatives here Mr Jones has a lucrative position on tho C It I road at Trenton Misses Eflllc Montgomery and Berta Vinsoi attended the association at Eubanks Tho writer had tho pleasure of visit ing Olympian Springs Sunday and found a large crowd there It is Interesting Indeed to hear tho patients tell of their wonderful Improvement from the use of the water and ono is almost made to believe that tho Fountain of Youth has been discovered at last Jumbo Camp Meeting TIle camp meeting at Jumbo on Green river four miles from McKinney and six miles from Stanford will begii Friday Aug 30 and continue at leas 10 days This meeting will be held in a large now tabernacle on the farm of D C Sipple Our splendid new build ing will comfortably seat lCOO people- It Is pleasantlylocated nice shade and puro water propose to give ever possible comfort to all who come Preaching by Rev Lloyd Marlin evangelist of Jackson Ga assisted by Mis Lucy Mahan the noted evangelist oC London Mrs Lloyd Marlin one of tho finest musicians and sweetest singers In the United States will lead the host In song Nobody can afford to rob this meeting We welcome all to come if for good or to do good We are ex porting a gracious good time so come and bo with us Wo will try to do you good and glorify God We have noth ing to fight but sin CLARENCE J SIPPLE Remedy for Diarrhoea Neve Known to Fall I want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I havo used this preparation In my family for the pas live years and havo recommended It ton number of people In York count and havo never know it to fall to effect a cure In any Instance I fee that I can not say too much for tho best remedy of the kind In the world- S Jemlson Spring Grove Yorl County Pa This remedy Is for salt by all druggists Sitting at Lexington Judge W B Moody special judge In the case against the men charged with the mur der of Dr B D Cox declined to gran the motion to remand the cases to Breathitt county and set the hoarini for Aug 26 at Sandy look Elbert Hargia Dill Britton and John Abner the defendants filed an affidavit charg ing Floyd Byrd and T P Cnrdwell with forming a conspiracy to havo then murdered during a trial at Jackson Vain men are like roosters who crow and who shirk While the hens lay the eggs and do all of the work And like roosters men think they must govern the rest That their sisters are only Uy member at best- a aa Ten Years In Bed For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes R A Gray J P of Oakdalo Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of tho time I consult ed the very best medical skill available but could got no relief until Fo leys Kidney Cure was recommended lo me It has been a Godsend tome1 0 L Penny John Worden of onEngland a rand opera baritone roughing it as- a deckhand on tho steamer John Harper in port at Sandusky 0 fell through a hatchway into the hold and was killed Robert Pinkerton head of the de ectivo agency died on board the steamship Bremen on August 12 at sea Ho was en route to Germany for his health New York inn bad condition nancially There are pressing claims for 4000000 and only 1000000 with Which to pay them NEWS NOTES The last saloon at Brooksville close SaturdayMiss Kroptf was killed by lightning on the Tennessee side of Cumberland Mountain Two men of Maysvllle narrow escaped death near that city when their horse and buggy rolled down a cliff Engineer Aaron Platt was killed near St Louis while on the way to the bur- Ial of a friend who was also killed by his engine The report of the rural free deliver service for the month of August shows that there were in operation on July 30 37730 routes The body of Abe Linkenfilter was found lying near the railroad track on Clear Fork in Bell county There wer no marks of violence The Burlington Railroad Compan was found guilty of violating the eight hour telegraphic law and was fined 2C0 by Justice Crall at Chlllicothie Mo Five persons were killed and 11 others were Injured three seriously In tho collapse of a twostory frame building In Chicago occupiedaa a boardinghouseAt Mrs Susan Fryman aged 101 years celebrated the anniversary of her birth surrounded by four generations of her descendants and some 300 neighbors and friends Miss Julia McKinley a cousin of the late President William McKinley the founder of the first chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution in the United States died at Atlanta Miss Pearl Owens of Cumberland Gap Tenn and M J Porter of Bard well were married at Clarksville as a result of an advertisement which was put in a newspaper by the young man A Negro named Mimms while plow ing in the fields of Mrs Frank Wai dron near Allensville was struck bj lightning and instantly killed The two mules attached to the plow were also killedLocked in each others arms in death grip the bodies of Ben and Bruce Bry ant were taken from Licking river One of the brothers was drowning and the other attempted to save him both meeting death The fiveyearold boy of Arthur Hite living near Unlontown was accident ally disemboweled by his father Mr HIte was using a scythe and the chili stepped in the path of the blade Death Is inevitable Two lives were lost and five persons were Injured three seriously as a result of the fire which swept through tho seashore resort at Old Orchard Me and caused a loss of from half to three quarters of a million dollars- E H Harriman in an interview at Reho Nev declared that he would be glad to get control of all the railroad in the United States and he added that he would be ready to answer any ques tions about the Alton deal without quib blinK Will Clifford a Negro who confesses that he assaulted Mrs Mary Cowai and threw her body Into the river and that he had killed another white woman a year ago was lynched by a mob at Maple this State Clifton was arrested at Tiptonville Tenn D C Almond States Solicitor at Decatur Ala has announced that he will ignore the order of Federal Judge Jones restraining him from prosecut ing the Louisville and Nashville rail road for violating the Alabama rate law Ho declared he would go to jai ifnecessaryThe of Mrs Mary McDowell at Montgomery Ind was wrecked by dy namite Mrs McDowell Is a widow and lives alone The charge was plac ed under the room usually occupied by Mrs McDowell and the fact that she had changed her sleeping apartment saved her life Mayor James OBrien of Paris has brought suit as a citizen and taxpayer of Bourbon county to collect money al leged to have been drawn illegally as fees by eight members of the Fiscal Court Other suits of a like nature will soon be filed against other county officials it is said The Burley Tobacco Society of Owen county secured a temporary injunction preventing June W Gaylo tho Owen ton Realty and Warehouse Co and the L N from removing pooled allegedInabout to remove the tobacco to places unknown to the plaintiffs Endorsed By The County Wfhe most popular remedy In Otse RO County and the best friend of my family writes Win M DIetz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gllbertsvllle N X Is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an Infallible euro for coughs andcolds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in tho 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 50o and H Trial bottle free IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Homegrown watermelons were on sale at Somerset last week I White L Moss has been appointe postmaster at Cary Bell county Springfield is now a dry town the license of the last saloonhaving ex piredon the 15 Ray 10yearold son of L C Humble of Russell county was drowned JJwhil bathing in the Cumberland Mrs M C Rousseau aged 71 year a wellknown lady of the Talmage vicinity of Mercer county is dead The Knox County Farmers Institut will be held here August 2425 imme diately following the Knox J Count FairAt Greenwood Pulaski county in an altercation between A W Sears am Dork Pruitt the latter was fatally shot five times through the heart Nlcholasville has joined the list of dry towns the last saloon lIcense expiring at midnight Saturday The Cincinnati Southern has Icompro robed with Mrs James Giboney who had her ankle broken in an accident at Junction City Sho was paid 1400 and the costs of the suits which she filed Pitman a brakeman whc was injured at the depot at Lebanon has filed suit against the L N Rail road for 10000 damages alleging that his leg was broken and that he reedy ed permanent internal injuries The large private stable belonging to the Berea College was completely stroyed by fire Although most horses and carriages were saved yet the loss is estimated to reach 15000 fiThe cause of tho fire has not yet been learn edDuring the performance of Haags Trained Animal Show at Woodstock Pulaski county the doorkeeper of the show was shot by a young man named Estes and seriously wounded The bullet passed through the back of his neckWilkinson Bros closed a contract lostweek with a Louisville company for 300000 staves to be delivered on Cumberland river where they are do ing extensive business This contract will make 1500000 staves they have made and sold this season Liberty NewsAt Frankfort Mrs Millie Oliver aged 50 committed suicide by drowning in the Kentucky river She arose from her bed at 2 oclock and went di rectly to the river Her husband Louis Oliver missed her shortly afterward and instituted a search The body was ocovered several hours later The colored people are holding a great power meeting on the creek Five women preachers are in attendance and assist in the preaching Some of the converts have developed the laughing power and laugh vigorously throughout the services some have developed the patting power the shouting power and so on until every power has been repre seated When the whole thing is going at the same time the excitement runs very highAdvocateAdAT Sarah Stanford a mulatto is in jail at Newport charged with having five living husbands Although Miss Myrtle Silvers and Mr Charles Brown were united In the holy bonds of wedlock in this city on May 8 1906 they have kept it a secret until now and when the news was given out it created a big surprise among the many friends of the contracting parties Somerset Journal Henry Simpson of Lancaster and Miss Noreen Henry formerly of Lan caster but now a resident of Lexington were married at the home of Robert Embry in Garrard The groom is the eldest son of Mr U D Simpson and is a fine young man His bride is said to be both pretty and popu- larEczemar For tho good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to- ry Chamberlains Salve and it prov ed to be better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists Two men walked into a tobacco field of Clarence Staton near Clarksville Penn where a Negro farm hand was at work and told him the best thing he ould do was to get out and leave or something might happen to him The did not give a chance to happen for speedily disappeared ilr Staton is a member of the Tobacco- rowers Associtlon Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold under a positive guarantee to cure onstlpatlon sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion It it falls the madufacturers refund your money What more can any one do G L Penny 1An aeronaut named Irvine who has RocktConnkilled His parachute failed to open More Than 25000 in Prizes ofKeatuckythat accompanies i- tLowest Rates by Rail and River r You Just Cant Afford to Miss It swelledtoSee oar new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 Heel trottiagTrolling Pacing Running Races Dally dollarsunitedr rSEPT162U907 I LOUISVILLE Capt Knabensbne In his passengercarrying airshipthe marvel tidelacaptiveballoonSensational acrobatic acts free each day And the worlds greatest tiring color page or amusement enter prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach lire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption ol Vesuvius actual reproduction Ihe aweInspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly In the Inlield la front ol the grand stead Three concerts daily by Natlello and his premier band of filly artists Irom the Lend ol Music KentuckyLeglslaluroBoard ol Agriculture Write lor catalogue aad illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary LonlsvllU the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSI J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayne burg Ky Sed irEIComfort economy and durability are all included V1 hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 815 worthof coal No ashes 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 Paris Creen I When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper IFoorW B McRoberts DRUGGIst I STANFORD I PERSONAL supervision given to all Preacrii tiona compounded v The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON J T ROBERTS li a candidate for In the Crllb Orchard Magisterial Dlitrlettuujectto the notion of tbe democratic party JJHN J MOSER IIB candidate for Jailer of Lincoln coun to the action of tUN 1ItIurUc l 1party M BRUCE li a candidate for jailer of Lincoln coon object to the action of the Urttiucrti party 4JAMES C HAYS countlIDbllctc OeALLEN candidate for Ai e tor of Lincoln COUll tyubJecttotheactlonofthe JJlJocrouc party Democratic Ticket i For U S Senator J C W Beck i ham f For GoernorSc1v Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn 1 Hendricks l For State Superintendent of Schoo M O Winfrey i tForCommissioner Of Agrloulture J W Newman iFor Lieutenant Governor Soul Trimble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubet VreelandFor r Ruby LnfToon For Clerk of Court of Appeals t i John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln sour e tyW H Shanks RUMORS have reached Shepherdsvill from Taylorsville says a dispatch that Bill Thompson the Democratic nominee for Representative from Spencer and Bullitt is opposed to Gov Deck ham for the United States senatorshij Mr Thompson will be called on to say how he stands before the campaign progresses much farther the dispatch adds Whats the use of waititg for the can paign to progress further Call Dills hand at once and if he refuses to support Gov Beckham for Senator non inate a democrat who will and show B1Iy what a small potato he is Gov Beck ham is just as much the nominee of the democratic party as is Auditor Hagc or any other gentleman on the tIcket and the man who refuses to support him has no right to be called democrat 1st alone represent that great party at Frankfort or elsewhere THE South is rapidly forging to the 3 front In commercial and other affairs Statistics show that over one third oC the exports of the country are now sent direct from Southern ports Our total exports for the lasll fiscal ear were valued at 1880692697 of this amount 734073462 was sent from the South showing a gain over the prey ous fiscal yearl for Southern ports of 92040699 The exports of cotton from the United States for the last fiscal yearlwerel worth 548000000 magnificent contribution of one of the necessities living to worldwide demand AT a marriage at Shenandoah Pa the rival for tha brides hand attempt cd to kiss her when the groom started a rough house and when the smoke of battle cleared a dozen or more lay t dangerously i wounded The wouldb kisser escaped with a few bruises but the inside of the house looked like a cy lone had been there after the scrim mage THE Lexington fair promoters seen to carry a chip on their shoulders Last year they got mad at Louisville because that city got the State fair Now they are huffy because all of Cincinnati was not present at the fair Cincinnati Day The Blue Grass fair had better rest awhile until its officers and others learn to quit playing the baby act THE formal opening of the democrat i State campaign will be held in Lex ington on Aug 31 when S W Hager the nominee for governor and Gov Beckham the nominee for the United i States Senate will make speeches The campaign will be an active one and will be followed by a large Inumber of ac tive and good speakers ExGov BRADLEY who is in Wash ington says he thinks the situation IsI 25 per cent better than when ho was elected governor The former execu tive is either talking through his hat or is the worst politician of the present ageBETTER get used to water Mr Toper whiskys going to be mighty scarce nfter today The Blue Wing will join the Black Cat in the hereafter at mid night POLITICAL lIon John A Stevens in the Legislature from McLean county was Port eed himself over J A Peak former Representative from that district Republicans of tho Fifth Appellate rebelled against they term ring rule and will try to have a candidate nominated to Judge John Lassing The district convention meets in Maysville on August 29 4 qir f ftJ u nomIIInatedDemocrats of the Eighth district com prising the counties of McLean and Da viess but it is probable that his defe ed opponent Ben T Birkhead will appeal to the State Committee to set aside the convention Gov Beckham has given assurance to R B Franklin Commonwealtl Attorney that he will do all in his power to guarantee the immunity from arrest of W S Taylor if Taylor will come to Kentucky and testify in the trial of Caleb Powers charged with the murder of William Goebel Following the campaign at Lexington Aug 31st Judge Hngerand Hon John K Hendrick nominee fori Attorney General will speak at the following places Louisa Lawrence county Sept 2 Pamtsville Johnson count Sept 3j Prestonburg Floyd county Sept 4 and Pikeville Pike count Sept 5 A Covington special contains this bit of political information That Richard Ernst chairman of the State Repub can Campaign Committee and otherwise leader of the party in North rn ern Kentucky is a candidate for the United States Senate is no longer a secret in Campbell county His friends are active in his behalf for the high office and are booming him to succeed Senator McCreary and pledges arebe ing brought from prospective sand Sates for the State Legislature to vote for the Covington leader should they be successful at the coming election- HUSTONVILLE The Ladles Aid Society of the Dap 1st church will give an ice cream supper here Thursday evening from 5 to 11 The skating rink will be open the same evening from 7 to 10 Farmers in the vicinity of Mt Sa Ilem are getting 90c per bushel for heir wheat delivered at Liberty Threshing in that locality is being rushed and the crops delivered as quickly prayer meeting at the Christian church Wednesday evening lead by Rev Clarence Daniels Preaching at he Presbyterian church next Sunda norning and night by the pastor Rev- S B Lander- I have several very desirable farms in this vicinity for sale and at a price much less than sold elsewhere for firs lass land Sizes range from 100 to 300 acre For full particulars call on or write to W Williams 2t A B C Dinwiddie Doc Drye Les Reid and Bert Miller left Monday with a string of good horses for the Columbia fair George A and Calien Goode and John D Park of Covington are visiting Mr and Mrs J P Good Miss Lucy McGowan of Louisvill will address the Ladies Aid Society at the Presbyterian church next Thursda Aug 22nd at 4 PI An invitation Is Extended to all the ladies in the community to be present Miss Lizzie Phillips of Liberty was the guest of Mrs Wra Myers G G Helm of Lexington spent lost week with his brother J K Helm Mr II says that under the vast canopy of the Masters glorious world there is no place ae dear as Hustonville Mr and Mrs S D Yowell Mrs F M Yowel Miss Annie Yowell and Mrs Kate McKinney left last week for NiagaraFall Toronto and Jamestown Mrs Chat ieffinger of Harrodsburg was the guest of her cousin Mrs Mattie Dish Ope CHURCHMATTERS Quarterly meeting will begin at the lethodist church next Saturday by- Eld P E Simpson of Somerset Services will be held Saturday night Sunday morning and evening Rev T W B Demaree prominent Methodist minister of Hopkinsville has left for Japan where he will have charge of a largo district as presiding elder He has spent 17 years in the- In the foreign missionary field Of the union tent meeting conducted by Evangelist Hamm and which has- just closed the Somerset Journal says- Few public meetings held in Somerset in years have attracted such crowds and caused such a general shaking up among the church goers as well as those who have wandered away from the fold as these meetings and great good will undoubtedly be tho result Sunday morning and evening the evan gellst delivered two strong sermons and after the services fully 80 came forward and confessed conversion and many were moved by the touching remarks of this gifted speaker Capt David H Goyn preached most excelled sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor Rev L M pmer AClcr reading a passage of scripture Capt Goyn gave quotations from Lord acaulay and other distinguished authors All of whom acquiesced in the- belief that tho Bible is the greatest of aU literary efforts His quotations from various authors and from the- Dible showed a research and memory that is indeed remarkable The Captain was 69 years old Sunday and he celebrated the occasion by giving our people one of tho strongest sermons they have heard in many a day It jatly hoped that ho will fill some Ithe Stanford pulpits again before ocj INre f it Here and There The Nebraska Railway Commission has issued an order reducing the freight rates 10 cents a hundred on com and 13 cents on wheat The centennial of the first trip of Robert Fultons steamboat Clermont up the Hudson river was celebrated at New York Saturday Robert R Gill cashier of the Starle ton National Bank of Stapleton S L has been arrested charged with being short in his accounts 112000 has made its appearance in the fine herd of dairy cattle owned by J Pierpont Morgan at Highland Falls N Y and six of his highbr cows have been killed Gus W Richardson defeated Albert Thompson by 91 votes in the democrat- Ic primary held in Meade county to select a candidate for Representativ They are brothers In law Charles Jones a Negro charged with murdering two white men and throw ing their bodies into the Cumberland river was given an examining trial at Tompkinsvillo and held without bond A movement is on foot at Madison ville to build a county warehouse in which to store the pledged tobacco of the members of the Dark Tobacc Growers Association which is very strong in that section For the first time in Louisvilles history a raid was made for the purpos of searching all men who were though to be carrying concealed deadly weapons with the result that 20 Negroc and two white men were taken into custody The raid lasted 30 minutes and 200 patrolmen were pressed Into service Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Foley Hone and Tar as it stops difficult breathing immediately and heals the inflame air passages and even if it should fail to cure you it will give instant re let The genuine Is in a yellow package G L Penny The Southern Methodists of Burnsid have let the contract tor a 760 hurch building NOTICE Twelve New Weulwr Two IforP Wagon with ear and ont 1hortt Webber wugo oiniilet Cheap for cnh Sic ItlfTB JonerSteliitsneyKylAttention a Please I Any honvtt iwrwm deilrlng temporary 01 permanent employment iliouM cull on K lK rt nt IlipBlnml Ky P U ad dreu an u Fy it F o1 L N TIME TABLE No si South 1111 r x NoII Mouth 1980 rNo 7t orthINo North r17 r n JOS S RICE Agent For Sale orRent I The Newton Hotel property n new twc tory brick embracing h room unit ball mil one toreroom axTt ft IxwnUnl o the corner ol Main t Danville Avenue Jr Itmonvllle Ky lies cUtern lee houtimlothvroutbulldlngk Address NEWTON 1WOH fcomeret Ky NOTICE I 1erionsowlnK the estate of the late Silo ndenon will plvuie call on me at on rift ettle Tho having clalliu agalmt tile e ate will present them properly proven te ue tit earllent convenience JOHN U ANDKI180N AdmlnUtrator Hllai Andvrton PUBLIC SALE I I will mil at public auction at the home ul hP late Hllii Anderson on Hlut UnU treet InHlaiiford 1llnllll1g lit 10 oclock on HATUUI AY AUG SI IMff thll following eronAl property Two cowl llUlllthllrlllpulotOOlJbhlthcud tllillgo too nUIIIrOUI to lentlon Term made known on tiny of Illle JOHN II ANIKHHON Administrator Hliai Andenon Col J ILlnindler Auct FOR SALE Lewes Aram good IIn10 1oland hlnn boar belt In 8tnlluJtct to reitetc Apply to J U Names on J K Cook Ian Rowland Ky Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sal jffitnrrv of fertile land excellently proved with a twoktory Staten dwelllni enormotii Hock hum end never fn11W IY of water situated on the Con Mill turnpike S mile from 1IullonIII- In Lincoln County Kentucky belnit thl farm on which Carpenter rsldeIn till lifetime will tie offered at privet salt for n limited tune The owner nre nonretuientsof the Htate end not belli able to Rive their penonnl attention to tile fnrm have decltlt to at a fair prlo Addreu all Imiulrlei for price tern IIlId other particular to- CHAIUKHN MANNINO Security Trust Co Lexington Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court A1AugnL Plaintiff vs John Hortor etc iMfemlnntf Notice of Sale 1urnuant to n Judgment of the Unroll circuit court In the stove led action the undertlunetl Mutter Commlttloner of nla court will un MONDVY SIITv IWf lelwmn and S P M In front of the tout lioUKMloor InHtnnfortl KrlIplJ at ubllc outcry to tilt hlghett bidder tloll following de crlbe l real ettate or o mud thereof Itl may Im necetinry to renMie tht on fromJunotteltobetherwith the there toil of hits notion The laid hint U In Uncoil county Ky about three mile Kant uf KiliKtvllle on the water of tilt turkey Fork of Iluck Creek and liounded at fol lowt Ileglnnlng at n hickory blark OAk and dogwood itiindlng nt the original cur ner nf u survey patented Zarharlab lid Littleton Nnlyeri for ail acre turveyei June Ir 1MI and ratented Nov B Itftt run thence North on Alcornn line N 26 K tb I Hit58i fll S MIS tv lilt Jl W a4poliI- v fIti poll tit N ss if tt ist polvt to the tieglhnlng containing III nsrri landThrah will be made on n eredlt of IJt months and the wiroha er will be rrq Blrt to give bond forthwith for the purehn In with approved tworlty aide the Coinmlttloner at bearing Julertut at the title ol cent annum from date trfon1111retulned on the land old GKO B SAUFLEY M C L a C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court It P Owtley Plaintiff vs 1fT O K lend etellsfeodaotr Notice 10 Iurtuant ton jwttinent of the Uneol Circuit Crt to the above tyled betloa till undrrlgned Sender Ooueniloner wi MONDAY SKIT JTH In front of the courtbout door in Stan lord Ky between rind 1 v tell at pub Ho outcry to the hlghoit and bast bidder to much of the hereinafter de oril ed reed po to realtie the sun- offgtSpttheantoubtdneplaintiff untie the term of bll on th aforesaid dale and the further mm of Ji1 JIO the amount of tit mtot ht action vne total amount tiding lURJtt The salt rnl Ptatr In located In Lincoln county Kyon theHtanford A IHtnvllle turu k nn the Kant thle thereof l vat mi fromHUnfurd KY and on the water 01 Hanging fork being the farm on which M Kelaml lived for many riirinr to hi death The sold turn u lioumlert at tot low 1res i nning at the nlwlment of tli Hanging York bridge on the Htnufonl ot n1II1 turn lkt Ibenoeu thepfkr wttS thelineof J J Ion thO Mwopc noW Jackson place to tike corner of Mr K Iiwton thence her line to the cor tier of tier loud und the land former owned by Ciirman und corner of the land of T C Robinson deceaM d thence with tbe lint of the T IlobliiMjn tract to the tar- nor of the land known tin the tmh lam tbrnce that tills to the land of J T Hark ley known a the lUlley a ttratgh hum to the Hanging Fork thence Hnckleyi line JlIIIIRIIII York tu tb laiHl of J Ituslcytheneetilt of the J tiuslet Intel to the laml thence the Hue of that lend to the corner of the Hamford Ir win land thence the title of that land to tilt corner of the Virginia King land tbcnn with the line of that land to the beginning toncrosbloreor less Unly muchuftheeforesaldannt b sold lit nay by necettury torenltie the tutiix above let forth In the event the nessnrp Saml ire realized Stole a sain of lose than the In- Ure tniet then the inimUir of acre whirl nay Ie sold will Ije laid off bv mete and ouml ournt niHl UUtimct oral IIlIoUI1 to the purchnter The sole will be made on credit of and imonthf ot the purchate thereon and the merest that may accrue to lie due and payable nt the expiration of each uf the rllMh of time aforesaid For the alrohee rll the Inrehnser will lie re ndglearinsynbletontereitat the mt ofn n tier from dote of tale until paid and having the oreo unit effect of a Judgment To further cure the of settle n lien will lie tallied on the bend told OKO D SAUFLEY JL C L C C u ONLY ONELEFT1998 GETS IT CEO H FARRIS STANFORD i f J Y ftk et n J ReducedI We have the best the Light- estI and Coolest things pos sible for comfort We are ready for you with ISon ughi Shirts with or without Collars at f 1 150 and 2 Low Shoes 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 and 500 Long Soft i t 4 in HandsWin sors Ties 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from 50c to 650 The New Greys and Blue Serge TwoPiece SuitsI1250 15 and 20 We will have everything neces sary for your comfortAtI HJ McROBRIBSTANFORD KENTUCKYi L DIAMOND INKs If you want the best Ink in the world use the highest of standards The DIAMOND They run from a 5c bottle to a 75c quart PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ATTENDTHE GREAT Casey CouaIqtAt Libertytrr AUG 28 29 30 j Liberal premiums on all kinds of Stock J C t H BARTLE President JASON WESLEYJ BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departments High School Grammar Interme diate Primary Music Cooking and Sowing Only three places left in tho dormitory and cottages but gcod homes in the town aro OUCH to studentsiTerms Board andjtuition 810500 Tuition alone 880 820 15 hoc catalogue addrtts r MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Ky 1 A uL3 i CpraeoleYOUR MIDSUMMER NEEDSNewVelle Ribbons Hosiery Side Combs GlovesBackCombs Low Shoes We are making great efforts to luive just what you runt in the wny of Handkerchiefs White Waistings wenring apparel for Iheeo hot doye Besides the Summer goods ive areo Underwear Lace closing out we are showing just the things you need for Summer wenrCorsetst Embroidefice Betides the little things that cost EO little Aii GlovesifR7f necessaryFansI SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BrANVonn Ky Aw 20 100 Diamond Ink Eraser will remove Ink and other stains from paper clothing and other fabric Penn- PERSONALS Mn JOHN W ROUT went to Lcxlnf ton Friday Mn Eu HuiiiUTtD went to Mt Vernon Saturday GEORGE MeNEFee is at home from Pillsburg Penn MR WM SeveRANce spent sever days in Louisville Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS Is at Crab Orchard Sprinjjs HON J M AUVEUSON spent Saturday at the Lexington fair BORN to the wife of E L Rein hart Sunday a daughter THOMAS METCALF spent several das with his brother nt Pincville MIss SARA DUNN is spending this t week at Crab Orchard Springs Sin ANU MRS S J EstnuYJR were at the Lexington fair Saturday MR 11 C BAUCIIMAN was up trom Harriman Tenn for a few days JAMBS R NEWLAND left Sunday tor Dallas Texas with a view to locating Mns L M GOODKNJOHT and David Goodknight went to Lexington Friday LLOYD HUBY and Richard Williams of Somerset spent Sunday with friend i here JUIMJBS M D HUOHBS and J c llcmphin of Lancaster were in town FridayMrs J C BAILEY and wife of Crab Orchard attended the Lexington talr Saturday Mfu IVaN FISH of Crab Orchard Is 1trying the virtue of Sims Olympian Springs water MR AND MRS W B HAWKINS oC Corbin are guests of Mr Walker D KouU and family PJioF S J PULU AM of Georgetown has been visiting his mother and broth ers In this county CeCIL WILLIAMS of the Somerset Times spent Saturday and Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs PROF J L BOSLBY formerly of this place was chosen principal of the public school at Perryvllle MR J W STEI1In SON and wife or Lebanon Junction are at Ccdarville Mich for a months stay 1Mus IL U GREGORY and children of Covington are with Judge James P Iand Mr Bledsoe Bailey here it MR E T FOSTER wife and child who have been visiting his parents hero left Saturday for their home in Lexing tonMISSES EARLY and Semone8 of Knoxville were guests of Mrs Bourn Goode Mils W T DAVIS of Pineville la with her brothers Messrs W L and J M McCarty GRANVILLE DUNCAN went to Corbir i Sunday to take a position in the rail road machine shops MESDAMES W J HUMPHREY of Pa ducah and W H Salloe of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs J It Iowell MISS SALLIE SIIELTON of Corinth Miss passed through to Corbin Sat urday to visit her mother Airs Carrie GARLAND SINGLETON and little Mamie and Clarence Singleton are vis icing Mr J M Hubble and family in the Waynesburg section MRS Boss ALEXANDER of Owenton spent several days with Miss Jennie Nfcwland They went to Crab Orchard Saturday to spend a few days Miss ANNA CIIANCELLOR has had as her guests Misses Kate Daviesa Raney Loraino Campbell and Etta Mueller She entertained in their honor a few evenings since Mn GEORGE D HOPPER suffered a paralytic stroke a few evenings ago and has since been confined to his room His right side and speech are both J somewhat affected but it is greatly hoped that he will shortly regain con trol of both M C WILLIAMS the druggist is pre paring to build a handsome residence on Gibson street Gibson addition Lloyd Huey is now engaged with the Indiana Refining Company in charge of their shipping business for this Olnt Somerset Republican Tills oflico received a postal from Mr John Downer Friday It was mailed just as he stepped from the steamship at Plymouth Ho had a delight dCuI now that he Is mingling with his and kin in England wo know ho is enjoying himself Ii 0 MR LEe H STONE is in Louisville HOYCE DUNN is in Louisville visiting grandmotherMiss JAMES of Lexine ton is ill with appendicitis Secretary W H Taft will speak at Woodland Park Lexington Thursday Miss MARY MOIILEY went to Corbin yesterday to visit Mrs James Murph MR AND MRq L B NUNNELLEY are visiting their sons in the Peytons Well HALLIE DAWSON visited rola tines and friends at Lexington and Nicholaavillo MRS R A MCCARTY of Pin evil are guests of her sons Messrs Wand L J M McCarty EVERETT STONE of this place but who has a good position at Lcxingto has gone to the Jamestown Exposition MISSES MABEL WILLIAMS of Lexln ton and Ethel Walter of Lancaste are visiting their aunt Miss Mollie Walter Rev C D Evans is conducting an Interesting meeting in the Maccnb hall at Waynesburg Rev J M Cook is assisting him Miss STELLA MCCLARY leaves today for Louisville where she will join tho Kentucky Issue party for a trip to the Jamestown Exposition MR JOHN MURPHY and wife and Miss Berta Murphy spent last week in Lex ington and Georgetown visiting rela lives anti taking in tho fair MRS J E TAYLOR of St Louis IInd Mrs C T Johnson of Danville are the guests of Miss Alice Bcazlcy Mr H T Johnson is also her guest MISS ROUERTA OBANNON got the second money in the ladies riding ring at the Brodhead fair Miss Maude Watson of Brodhead won the blueIMESSRS ALFRED PENCE and Fred Garnctt returned yesterday mornln from the Jamestown Exposition While absent they visited the largest cities ot the East MR ROBERT T LEWIS left Sunda with a view to locating in Orcgot Ills brother Mr Lucien Lewis is db ing nicely at Simnasho that State and ho may engage in business with him Mr Lewis legion of friends here gave him up with much regret STANLEY MCNTOSH cashier of the Waynesburg Deposit Bank was a caller at this office yesterday Ho told us that the bank opened on the 16th and Is doing nicely Mr McIntosh was ac companied by Mr W7 D Johnson Whilo here the former gentleman was sworn in as a notary public- LOCALS SOUTH Dunn watches for sale at Muellers a SIZE bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at the Stanfor Drug Co killed0attle one ot J H Baughmana farms a few day IRe JAMES CKUTCHFIELD was the first to ring homegrown watermelons own Ho had a load here Saturday WE were in error when we stated hat David B Rambo of Maywood lad taken charge of the Frith Hotel at Irodhcad He has Keislings restaurant there and is doing a fine business with it- Bows TmsMr mes Beazley ot this place showed his fine string of horses in 14 rings at the Brodhead fail last week and won 21 ties blue and red What horseman In the State can equal hat record WHILE climbing over a pair of bars Mr Sam G Castello tripped and fell badly spraining one of his knees He is now at the home of his uncle Mr J- N Menofee where he will remain un tII able to resume his duties on his Irm1YE getting things in readiness for the great Blue and Gray Reunion near Kingsville Sepl 18 10 20 said II II Padgett who was hero Saturday A good crowd will be on hand each day and something will be doing all the time ho added Won SALEA now traction engine one separator self feeder and wind acker Ono saw mill with 300000 Ceet of logs to saw at hoc per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery Is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a low price See or address L veryI ghee Stanford Ky BEAUTIFUL line of souvenir postcards just in Mrs W S Jones LOST a Teddy Bear pocket book con twining 5 bill and between 75c and 1 in silver This omce WANTED 200 MENTo pick seed corn good wages write for particulars Funk Bros Seed Co Bloomingtoi III ITile CentralKentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices MR J T has ot Mr J M Coffey his cottage and 10 acres of land on the Danville pike lmiles from town for 3000 Posses ion Oct Punuc lOT SALE The effects of Mrs Martha A Pendleton willbesoldalGe Pendletons residence next court day Sept 9 at 2 oclock rI Thos Fer rell Exor 2t THE Jumbo camp meeting will begin Sept C The tabernacle has been con pleted and everything is in reading 8 for the entertainment of the visitor Everybody invited TODAY is the Blue Wing saloon last day of existence after which Lex- Ington will be the closest place whet booze can be legally obtained Let the Law and Order League take cognizant of this BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Fine farms throughout Central Kentucky for sale ranging in size from 4 to 700 acres From 30 to 100 per lore in price Write us for list or neal- Estnte scription Hughes Swlnebroad Dealers Lancaster Ky HoiTZCLAWMrs John T Holl law died at her home in the Gilbert reek section after a long illness of typhoid fever aged 50 She is survive by her husband and seven children three of whom are lying stricken with the same disease Mrs Holtzclaw was a most excellent christian woman and the people of the entire section in which she lived are saddened by her death Miss CLARA COOPER isacandidat tor the delightful trip the Louisvill leraldwill give to the most populn r oung ladies in some 25 districts of tho State Miss Cooper is in district No 20 and has a nice lead over six or eight competitors For each new subscription or renewal to the Herald a number ot votes are given and Miss Cooper friends would greatly appreciate It It the votes are given her Tile editor of this raper who has been indisposed for some two weeks goes with his family to Olympian Springs Ihiamorning for a brief stay He will attempt no newspaper work- in his absence and the next issue or 80- will be gotten out by the once force who know every detail of the business It you have an item send or hand it In and thus help the boys along If you are in arrears for your subscription job work or advertising you might nisi hand in tho amount of your Indebtedness LARGE utternisi Brod head fair each of the three days and enjoyed to the full extent the reason ably good show of stock and the un tinted hospitality of the Brodheac people Thursdays crowd was a cordbreaker over 3200 tickets being sold Friday the number in attendance was not far short of the high water mark of the day before James R Beazley of this place took the- lions share of the premiums with his dozen or so fine horses lips mag nlficent string was the subject of much ivorablo comment The Williamsburg band made pretty good music What- the boys lacked in quality they made up in quantity and all went well A- great many visitors were at time fair- and it was the concensus ofopinion that this years exhibition was entitled to the blue ribbon for having the most pretty girls in attendance President R n Hainm Secretary Robins Treasurer J W Hutcheson and time directors did their work well from the beginning ot the fair till its close and are deserving of commendation Mr Per Rigsby the chief marshal also has the thanks ot all for the splendid order maintained Co J Peter Chandler was at his ol- dp3stthat of ring master and ho did his work well It wouldnt bo a su- enough Brodhead fair if Col Chandler wasnt ring master HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co TilE ladies of Hubble have jriven Mrs L M Omer 10 on the chapel at Rowland I JESSIE LEE infant daughter of and Mrs A E Albright of Brodhei died last week after a brief illness TilE chapel at Rowland will be dedicated Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev L M Omer will preach tho dedicatory sermon and there will be special music for the occasion If you feel like helping a good cause bring your pocketbook along AT a meeting of the democratic county committee here Saturday it was decided that a mass convention be held at the courthouse in Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon Aug 31 at 2 oclock to nominate a candidate for magistrate In the Crab Orchard district to be votcd for at the November election AN entertainment for the benefit of tie chapel at Rowland will be given at te Hubble Christian church comme clhg at 730 Thursday evening It will consist of music recitations etc A- mile quartette will render several se lections and the Sunday school orchestra of Danville will also take part CARTER The little fouryear daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Carter died Sunday of typhoid fever at Rowland The funeral was held at the residence yesterday afternoon and the remains of all that was dear to the bereaved parents were laid to rest in- Buffalo Springs Cemetry at 4 ocloc Much sympathy is felt for the parents in their irreparable loss Two men one calling himself William McDuff and the other William Rusk hailing from North Carolina and Covington respectively were arrest near the bridge over Knob Lick on the Knob Lick pike Saturday afternoon by Sheriff T J Hill and Deputy William Hester for breach of the peace oU and were placed in jail to await their trial this morning They were very drunk and the antics they cut would have been more worthy of demons than creatures calling themselves men Everybody Should Know ot says C G Hays a prominent buslne man of Dluif Mo that Buoklon Arnica Salvo is the quickest and surest healing salve over applied to a sore burn orwound or to a case of piles Ive used It and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 25c The American Economist which has considerable weight with Eastern He publicans is out in an article in which that there is more danger for the cause of protection in the election of Taft than there be in Bryan or any other Demo- cratCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Orten MrMullen Plaintiff vi BMWen Ys mliiir et nl Defendants Notice Sale ruriuaiit to u of the JJncol circuit court rendered In the above style action tilt undersigned CommUiloner will jMONDAY HKlT 9 HOT Iwtwern 1 nnd 8 1 M In front of the court liouwtloor In Stanford Ky nt pubs out ry to the hlghent nod lost bidder the following de property to witufy ludament obtained by the here or the sum of 111 end e par cent Interest herein from HOI until puk uhject to the following oretllttt JiO 1oIt la let la paid Out 8 IRN and tl plIIII rune hull also to niiUsfy n judgment vi iliiiiitlff for till further stun n 1m with r Cent interutt thereon front January WC until paid together with the cost oj thlo welled The following donorllwd personal proper Wllilml b sold towlt One steam clrou llr saw mill OIIOI of one islmh Up rIght boiler isvjljinu and llodley engine Inker OIls taw lout ott saw bolts lIutlllttllobmtlnt8 whirl Will nt the time of the tnstitullut- thlllloUontt O K Whceldunt In 1u IlIskl county If the wilo of this property la not lulll then tinlent dlow ingdoscrlladrenlostetewill Ito sold tolt A Unroll Kv on the waters of Oral Orolian1 irk of hock OretHc and bounded thus Ltunlne at a white oak corner to George urner thence his line N M W pole to ooh near the top of a hill thence N 1t 1 bolos toiv white oak at the foot of the hill h v n thence N to K IT poles to n sulks u Mni afni and two sycamore larked thence SMK toles ton stake In thence N tsl n 1s odes to- sitpurtreeonltunkofcreokthence1 N 75 K thencelxtlcetel Ii N t to a poplur nod ehn by thmI t tt poles to a pie thence I to two ches nuts on side- hilhlbelUwH4I1491talus to n binkey- id t01 w ilnut thence iwlesto a IIIk- ory and hetnut thence H W S poles to ii hUllch of oheitnilM thence S E N poles to ItOlI tlKnc tr W W poles to the begin nllll contHlnlng W horde more or less Tilt snit will bo made on ft credit of ilx tnths the purchaser being required toe bond with d security pll to 11 tilt Comml loner cold bearing 0 iier mt interest from into of tale until poll A lien on the property sold will be retained to secure the bond CEO B SAUFLEY M C U C C South East Corner Main and Depot Streets n New Goods We are now prepared to show you n full lino of Silk Gloves in Tun Brown White and Black 1C button length from 8175 to 82 Nice assortment of Beauty Pins Ninoquarter Bleach Sheeting Read Made Sheets New Combs Belts Pocketbooks and Veiling Make this your shopping place TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 69C Hat Sale We Have on Sale a Lot of Mens Fur Hats in Blacks Browns and Grays Hats which formally sold from 150 to 2 Your Choice of the Lot for 69 Cents W E Perkins U Crab OrchardI c The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Rey liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky trtlisfaitThoroughdeserving students opens or catalogue Address JC LEWIS Prin Loqdon Ky 1The Interior Journal Entered in the PoitOffice at Stanford cu tteondClau maUer- lUIIL28111D TOBSDAVS AND TKIDA AT- 5700 PER YEAR CASH RPWhen not no paid ItOO will be charged c Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIETOR Livery Food and Sale Stall Lancaster K- yNOTICEi Any one needing n Union Jack and Wire leave their order with T one he oeyuendtikeyourordehas and will the tame on noticeB T LUNSloOltn NOTICE I Olympian Springs situated 8 mlle Pout a station on the O U whichnhacklrundailylexcepptruudaj on II now open for the tutu Llvfr KldY JIIadder nnd all litoll- lt nch and Bowel Troubles Khpumatlsm n specialty at reasonable rotes For partlcu Inrs and terms address K MHlM8Pror HF I Box S3 lluitonvllle Ky nB D CARTER Now Livery tfDepot Stroot Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store it the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Htroet between Springs nnt town H mile from HIt Hulplnir aml1 distance trom Brown Hprlng liplenuld ta bID and cool comfortable womb lutes fT per week INSURANCE lire Lightning WindStorm Life and Accident None the HTRONOKBT am BEST Rates Companies Represented Loss Paying fteec rOJUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No W GiVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when then is so little difference in the price of ready- made suits and n suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I hive a bandiome line of Hprlnx iHummer goods I can make from a low price business suit to the flnestdresi milt Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company 1 represent is second to none H O RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Good ItrgsatOltose Commercials Men Stock Pens In Connection Alto for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Oasollno and Steam Engine Threshing Machinery nnd Haw Mills It will pay you to sou us before ou buy Also oommliiion salesmen for all econd hand machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlce Phone lat Home Phone 85 JL Beazley 8t 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 n LlOf The mammoth electric sign just erect ed by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works at South Bend Ind is one of the modern wonders of the world being the largest of its kind and is attracting widespread attention White it is impossible to do full justice to this triumph of electric art the illustration at the head of this article is a very good effort in that di sign is placed at the top of the plow companys new fivestory ware house and is visible far out into the surrounding country It extends the en tire length of the building a distance of 250 feet The trademark portion of the sign is a very prominent feature the highest point of the letters in same being at the center 42 feet above the base line and the plow shown measur ing 59 feet in length The letters in the words Oliver and Works are each 18 feet by 14 fact wide A total of 3200 lamps is required to properly illuminate this majestic sign and the light sent out casts its protec tive rays over the entire quarter of the city in the neighborhood of the Oliver plant FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEI0 good yearling mules Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky Dandy Jim defeated Star McDonald at the Lexington fair in the stall on ringFOR SALEaoo good stock ewes Fresh from mountains Lynn Lutes Stanford J A Wood Co of Danville sold to J R Knight of Nicholasville a bar ness horse for 300 FOR SALEPure bred Southdown buck Iambs and 0 I C boar shoats J B Foster Stanford 2t Matt Cohen has bought of Shrop shire Bros of Paris the fivegaltei show mare Edna May for a big price FOR SALEThree threeyear mare mules and one threeyearold hors mule Good workers J J Wrigh Moreland The separator of Charley Harlan of Boyle and a lot of wheat belonging to George Vermillion burned while the thresher was being operated- T J Curtis of Richmond sold to J W Bales of Lexington seventy ex port cattle to be shipped to Liverpool They averaged 1450 and sold at 560 Lynn Lutes sold to John Owsle Reid a bunch of ewes at 550 to R C Engleman 100 at 6 and to George Hai and Dr W B OBannon a bunch each atJG The mule market at Lebanon is ac tive For yearlings prices range fron 100 to 125 for two year olds 125 tc 190 A pair of 17 hands 1400pound mules sold the other day for 4i5 The largest mule in the world was sold at the National Stock Yards at East St Louis Mo for 100 by the Joseph Maxwell Mule Co to a firm at Pittsburg The animal is a native of Culver Mo weighs 1900 pounds and stands more than eight feet high with his head up There is not a blemish on him und besides being the largest Is said by experts to be the most perfect ly formed large mule in the world The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous In the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the raco Is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 the proper care of tho body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 Is Electric Hitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Penn s Drug Store Senator Pettus of Alabama saw a decrepit old man trying to cross Penn sylvania avenue in Washington and went to his assistance The old fel ow accepted his help gladly and when conveyed safely across turned to Mr ettusSir he quavered with old fash ioned courtesy I thank you and hope hat when you get to be as old as am you may find some one such as you are now to help you across the venues of life- Regular as the Suns an expression as old as the race fo 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 tangs New Life Pills Guaranteed jy Pennys Drug Store 25c a uw + ++ w ISuch a light would ordinarily be considered very expensive and a luxury but in this case the cost is minimized by reason of the electricity used being generated at the power plant owned and operated by the Olivers located something more than a mile distant on the banks of the St Joseph river and designed primarily to furnish power for their great factory I An illumination of this extensive powerlanded by a one wheels at their electric power station is required to keep the Electric brightly burning making its MarvelI ble through the darkness miles and so plain that the name Oliver Works and the immense trade mark can be clearly distinguished and read for a distance of several miles Located as this sign isvery near to the main lines of the Lake Shore Michigan Southern and Grand Trunk Railways travelers wilt have a fine opportunity to see for themselves this fire by night which is at once a triumph of invention and science and a tribute to the enterprise of its proprietors and owners Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Barbourvilte Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 2i1 days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 34 days Bardstown Sept 44 days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept ll4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisvill Sept 166 days- Shepherdsville Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 3five days Chamberlains Colic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we had three doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed in vain At last when all hope seeme to be gone we began using Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoe Remedy and In a few hours he began to Improve Today he is us healthy a child as parents could wish for Mrs B J Johnston Llnton Miss For sale by all druggists Bubonic plague has broken out in San Francisco and five cases have been re ported to the Health Department four of which have resulted in death PUBLIC SALE I I will eell at public rule nt Grab Orohan eta i x on HATUHDAY AElT71Vrr- uty liveroom cottago at that place The muse Is modern In build anti has three porches loud outbuildings garden und itmmltuiro of fruit Lot contains one our of line land Terms miule known on day of tale J HTKrxiiKiiuKM- H F D No HtuiifordKy PUBLIC SALE I The property of Mrs J It Dickinson Ue eased w sold nt auction on the nrum sea ot Ornb Orchllrd at II It Hupt onlsting of ahoutll ucrus of hind house lUll good Improvements also household and kitchen furniture hand painted China wurt Other things in house too numerou to mentluii Home farming ImnlementH tc 1lIlIu specially InvltvU Terini o louse and land Y balance inn and II month with interest from date u lun J OILKKUHON Hum Klleynoldj Auct for Heirs Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell my farm ai miletest of luitonvlllw mile from IIIKO and Uurjwn orsHtutloncunslitlngof I85acre of rich lue grass or tobacco land all In rass This turns can IM equally divided to dvantage no as to have a good dwulllng on ench piece also necessary outbuilding fhe farm lays almost In a xiuare only one ngle In lines There are three stock burns I good tobacco tuirn 1 stable tenant ouse good water In every Held prings with 8 streams running through hole tract J HTKRliK OAUPKNTKU Hustonvllle Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A line blue gms form for sale situated on nw pike near Point Iuvofl nnd six miles 80uth of Lancaster acres well located In good neighborhood being pllrt of the John Walker tract with a hand aomo new twostory sove room residence thereon recently completed with all out buildIng and good new barn 40x00 Well ntered six never falling springs and creek inning throug- h1aastey6 cash In hand balance one IInd- two years front day of sale bearing six percent Interest until paid Persons looking for such place please wrlle K M and Isabella Walker living on fllrl1l at PoInt Ltuvell or W Wulker anfordKy Isabelle 11 M and W O WIIIer oint LenvlI Ky jot 4 OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS iYormerl Whites Mill r Itai been ronovntnl and Is nos lit tine cohWithontonlkothubest nt Flour Meal Ftc Custom grinding done on 9ltcb TfKMlAY and KIIIDAY Vlll grind for the toll us formerly ilvu mu n WH HMITH Proprietor Onib Ky 50 Years An Agency5 Ilho oldest in Central Ken Get my hates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies llaprcE- CUtcd Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE 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 It sold within the next 60 days Jj cash bale to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm L IL Hughes or James I While Stanford IiCures Gapes Instantly lyJunoDardatown 7 1007 One drop of Bt1141 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves tlio chicken instant ly When fed in the feed or water it lis tho boat preventive WILLCOOMES- BM144 I have ever used is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug to to cure Cholera Gapes Houp and Limber neck Price 50 cents No cure no Pay have you received an appointment to the FALL TERM of thE State Normal Ifnot see yo County Superintendent at once aOOul it The institution stands for thE teachers and pupils of Kentucky rural schools If you have not seen the new cab log write a postal card request fOI one today Address R N ROARK Richmond Ky TR1BBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtain and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky p The Htnto College of Kentucky oilers tin following course namely Agricultural Mechanical engineering Olvll Knglneer lUll Milling KnulneorliiR Electrical Kn KliieerliiK Normal Ulimlcai am seven Hclenttllo course each of which ex tends over four years anti leads to tin ItticlielorniKtfree eourseisorgalvd under u separate faculty Thu general faculty consisting of professor asilstani professora nod Instructors numbers oven W County appointees receive frt tuition prlvlllgo of residence In dormltorlei fuel and lights and traveling expenses If they remain ten connecutlvu month or one year The laboratories and museum nre large well equipped comprehensive nnd modern Military Hclence U fully provided for as re julred bytlongregs Graduates In the several courses of study readily hind employment with liberal reo numeration The total numlier of matricu Iatrslust year was SAL Each ilcpnrtniem basatpeclullitat Its head with tho neces sary number of assistants Hummer schools aro for In Pedagogy Engineering and Instruction In icUnco nnd the Illwrnl Arts TlioyouiiK women find on 0xcellent lmito with board and lodging In Patterson Hull whIch is well IUIIIPt with all modern onvenlencHi Ukthrooms hall for physical ulturtt at tlu in r week All the courses ot study In the Uollego are open to young women upon Identical conditions wit hose applying to males The attendance upon the Normal Hchool In connection with tho Department of Kdu nation last year more than doubled that of lily preceding Rr Three new bu ldingsnamelyone tor tha- IepartmentotEducntlonone Agrlcul ural Hclencc nn n Hall aro in 11oeessof erection and will bo completed early In the next year For Ontlllogu methods of obtaining ap olntments Information regarding courses of study and terms of ndmls lonnpply to JAM K PATTKnHON Ph H L Jj n Pre or D U Krnxee Iliu Agti Lexington Ky van Term Begins Sept W 1907 o I f Great Stock Relief Sale I All Summer Goods mtist gain order to nmko room for the large stock ol uptodate Fall Goods that 13 to CQIHO in shortly I 118 nod 20 Mont Suits cut to Slot 48 16and 31060 Mens Suits out to 12 08 1260and 81860 Mens Suits gut to 10 08 S 10 Mens Suits out to 708 750 Mcua Suits cut tof fj 0 8 5 and 050 Mens Suits cut to 3 08 Mens S4 Oxfords cut to 3 25 It News 850 Oxfords cut to 2 08IiMens SB Oxfords out to 2 48 Mens 260 Oxfords cut to 2 24 Tho prices of Ladies Mlsatu anti Gliildrciia Oxfords cut ncoanlingly ItaImonitor that all our Summqr Goods go and nt prices niaotnllng to thono above f SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY New Stock of UPERIQR RA ERILL rrAtrr W H HIGGINS r r Stanford Kentucky 1 More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har rows Oliver Plows 4 First National BankStanford Kr Capital Stock JSOOOOi Toll Institution wu orlftlnallr Ubllshcd as the Deposit Rank of Stanford In till thee reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford la IllS and agate reorganlied as me First National Bask of Stanford In 1115 having had practically an nnlntsr rapteddetente for U year It is better supplied now facilities for transact ing witness promptly and well than ITIF baton In Its long honorable carr- Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cir poratlons Solicited OffJoers J 6 HOOKER Preset I T lUMil 7 Pte 11 McROBKRTS Ohr W n ffKABENAiiiOkri Dlreotors ifIJ t tlocker BUnforfi K L Tanner UcKlnnt M D Kimor Stanford n Baaghman Stanford T P Illll Stanford Jas Robinson Ilubbls II Baugbman Stanford K Pettus Stanford11 E Tate Stanford t WantedFarmsIf you havo a Farm or any kind of property you waut to sell or an account or note you want collected write to us at once We refer you to any hank in Somerset on to our reliability Ad dress Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky New Line of Blue and While Enam eled ware Good values Buy before youIare too lateIGEO D HOPPER t Main Street STANFORD KY w