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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 23 1907 NO 50I1POLITICAL ng county nro candidates for the Legislature Robert Crowe has been nominated for county attorney of Oldham over lion A T Ladd by the democrats to till n vacancy Tho books of County Clerk Sam W Bedford of Davies county aro in bad shape and State Examiner and Inspector Henry D Htncs will inspect them Col II L Iickolt a leading lawyer in Tombs tone Arizona who is now in r Louisville is bitterly opposed to Arizo na being admitted into tho union joint ly with New Mexico Democratic State headquarters was opened at tho Old Inn in Louisville by the Democratic Stato Committee under tho direction of Judge Henry H Iltnea who is chairman of tho com teeThe Democratic convention for tho 11th senatorial district nominated A C Alexander unanimously for State Son ator all opposition having been with drawn Alexander pledged himself to local option Tho republican of this railroad dis trict aro talking of nominating cither Judge John W Lewis of Washington county or Robert A McDowell of Louisville for railroad commissioner against lIon C C McChord Former Circuit Judo James Pryor Tarvin of Covington Ky died at Cleveland 0 of asthma Ho had just returned from n trip up tho lakes Judge Tarvin was a prominent Demo cratic politician attorney and Judge Secretary Taft delivered an address at Columbus 0 which Is regarded as tho opening gun of his presidential campaign The larger part of his speech was devoted to the railway rate question and tho trusts He strongly r indorsed tho policies of President Roose r VQltC C McChord of tho Speakers Bureau stated that ho was in com munication with William Jennings Bryan Senator Ed Carmack of Tenne ssee and Senator olect John S Williams ot Mississippi regarding their ability to speak during tho coming cam iwlgn Henry B lilacs State campaign chairman announced tho following Hpeaking appointments for Judge S W Hager and Col John K Hcndrick following tho initial speaking at Lex ington August 31 next Louisa Sept 2 Pikevlllc Sept 3 Prestonburg Sept 4 PainUvillo Sept 5 Salycra vlllc Sept West Liberty Sept 7 Hazel Green Sept 9 Campton Sept 10 All of tho meetings will bo held at 1 oclock In the afternoon Former Mayor Paul C Barth of Louisville in a fit of despondency shot himself in the head in tho toilet room adjoining his ofllco at tho Utica Lime Co at 1145 oclock Wednesday morn ing and died 25 minutes later without ever regaining consciousness Since the publication of tho story of tho horse purchased by former City Buyer Bishop for the use of Mayor Barth and which Mr Barth said ho later decided to buy because of his attachment for the animal upon which transaction his friends say n wrong construction was put Mr Barth had been morose and despondent JUNCTION CITJ M Keane has completed his baking plant and now employs 12 men regularly Ho has a e metropolitan plant and supplies his fine products to a wide scope of country Mr H C Catron tho pop king is do ing a land office business Ho is now bottling 1000 dozen bottles per week Ho operates a factory at Sterns and one in Junction City R II West rep Ie resenting Goyert Voglo of Cincin nati ships two car loads of eggs to New York each week Two cars hold 9000 dozen so if all tho rest of tho country keeps up with Junction City k tho Gothamitcs evidently like hen fruit HAD AN AWFUL TIME But Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him U Is with pleasure that I give you tills unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I bad a severe case of measles I got caught out hi a hard rain and tho measles settled In my stomach and bowels 1 had an awful time and had it not been for tho 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 abovo through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy Sam II Owln Concord Ou For sale by all druggists Politicians now figure that Secretary rafts speech at Columbus signalizes the real opening of the presidential cam paign Taft and antiToft people will be aligned as tho pro and the Con crssivo Republicans IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Richmond will have a fair Sept 10 to 13thCapt John H Kenney is dead at Nlcholasvllle Ho was a captain of the local militia there Clarence Vanarsdall whoso secret marriage was recently announced died at Harrodaburg of lockjaw Mr E H Fox of Danville has been elected to the vice presidency of tho Kentucky Laymens Missionary Move mont which has headquarters in Louis vine There are now 210000 members in the State Mary Louise Chase the bright little daughter of Dr and Mrs II S Chase of Junction City pulled a kettle of boiling coffee from the stove tho con tents spilling on her feet and limbs re suiting In painful burns Albert Llnncy who has held a position for several months with tho Danvillo Advocate came to Lexington Monday and has accepted a position with the Spotswood Speciality Com pany in this city Lexington Gazette Military officers of tho State may ask tho next General Assembly to purchase tho old battlefield at Perryvilie and convert tho grounds into a permanent location for tho annual encampment of tho Kentucky State Guards Col E W Lillard of Danville Is heading tho movement and is receiving much en couragement in tho project William Montgomery arrested at Parksville Ebbo Hays colored who en tered the Parksville jiostofllce and took 76 worth of stamps of tho denominat ions of 5 8 and 10 cents Hays is n small crippled youth and admitted that he took the stamps but states that he thought they were old ones and had been used Mrs Hannah G Taylor the oldest resident of Boyle county died at her homo in tho Forkland neighborhood She was in her 95th year and until a short time before her death was appar ently in perfect health She had lived in the same house for70 years Before her marriage she lived In Stanford her maiden name being Warren Col Asa K Martin of Winchester tho widelyknown Kentucky weather prognosticator who on August 1st usually makes known his weather pro dictions for the approaching winter has issued his official announcement and all residents of Lincoln shout bear it in mind and watch the results According to Forecaster Martin we are to have 26 snows the coming winter Tho first of these U scheduled to fall on November 11 and tho last on May 1 1908 MATRIMONIAL W M Stephens 30 and Miss Lena Wren 17 were married at RileySteph ens Wednesday For an Impaired Appetite To Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J H Sells of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when Impaired relieved mo of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels Price 25 cents Samples free by all druggists IT was under democratic administra tion that a railroad rate law went upon tho statute books of Kentucky this State being one of tho pioneers in the matter of such legislation A republl can governor Wm 0 Bradley vetoed tho bill but a democratic General As sembly enacted it Into a law two years later Under its provisions thousands of dollars have been saved to the ship pers of tho State Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fall I want to say a fow words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used this preparation In my family for the past lire years and have recommended It to a number of people In York county and have never know it to fall to effect a cure In any instance I feel that I can not say too much for tho best remedy of tho kind In the world- S Jemison Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy is for sale by all druggists s Secretary of War Taft spoke to a largo audience at Lexington yesterday not withstanding tho weather Ten YeaBed For ten years I was confined to my bod with disease of my kidneys writes R A Gray J P of akdalo Ind It was sq severe that I could not move part of tho time I consult ed tho very best medical skill avail able but could get no relief until Fo leys Kidney Curo was recommended to me It has boon a Godsend to mo O L1ennyAn of dynamite in a Chi nese mine near Eangtse resulted in tho death of two Germans and 103 Chi namen NEWS NOTES All but five of tho Louisville broker ago firms signed the wage scale demanded by the striking telegraphers Charley Watson a wellknown young Mayfield man was run over by a train at Bridge Junction Ark and instant ly killedJoe of New Castle has been appointed superintendent of the Ken tucky exhibit at Jamestown A good registered mail sacks contain- Ing about 20000 were stolen from a Burlington train between Denver and Oxford Neb John D Rockefeller will receive 73 95 from tho United States as hlsJIwit ness fee for testifying in the recent hearing before Judge Landis in Chi cagoAttorney Thomas F Shay one of the bestknown lawyers in tho country died suddenly under peculiar circum stances in the apartments of Mrs E J Taylor in Cincinnati Tho Page Lumber Co of Indiana has purchased the large mills and nil the holdings of the Licking River Lumber Co at Farmers Rowan county Tho deed involves over 100000 Harry Larkin crawled from beneath a moving passenger train nt Paris af ter ho had been dragged 20 feet and his loft foot crushed oft Ills injuries aro very severe and recovery is doubt fulPresident Roosevelt left Oyster Bay on the government vacht Mnyflower for Provinceton Mass to take part In the celebration of tho landing of the Pilgrims They President delivered addressA suit for S1COOO for al leged criminal libel was filed against Elder Bruce W Trimble editor of the Mt Sterling Advocate by Frank Gibbons of Mt Sterling a saloonkeeper in Fayctto Circuit Court It is estimated that 21000000 acres are available for rice growing in LouisI- ana and Texas and the value of such a crop would be 400000000 This would make the rice crop fifth in point of value among the cereals of this countryIn house which was started at Pikeville guns and knives were put to work and within 10 minutes Dick and Harry Wilson aged 21 and 23 years respectively were dead and two of Wm Tacketts followers were almost cut to pieces Three thousand persons gathered at Bridgeville Bath county to witness the baptizing of C4 young men and women who had united with the Thompson Christian church during a protracted meeting which had been in progress for the past two weeks Carl Jackson aged 19 was helping his father jack up a barn the jack slipped letting the structure drop back and catching him in such a manner that his backbone was snapped just below the shoulder blades lie has been placed in a plaster cast and there is good for his recovery Wade Brown Deputy United States Marshal arrested Bob Waterford and R G Williams for illegally selling whisky Brown chased R G Williams a Calloway county merchant through Calloway and into Stewart county Tenn for a distance of 65 miles before Williams horse gave out CHURCH MATTERS The fourth quarterly meeting for thr Preachersville charge will be held at Hebron Saturday and Sunday next Dr W F Vaughn will preside- A protracted meeting will begin at tho Crab Orchard Baptist church next Sunday The pastor Rev W F Coak ley will be assisted by Evangelist E W Coakley Mayor Charles M Meacham of Hop kinsville threatened to put the Rev B F Hyde a Baptist minister in jail if ho did not cease making inflammatory remarks at a meeting of tho Executive Committee of the Christian County Tobacco Growers Protective Association Mr Hyde had been speaking of the attitude of tho newspapers in regard to tho depredations of the night riders The meeting adopted resolutions de flouncing lawlessness and calling on Goy Beckham to join Gov Patterson of Tennesso in a determined effort to put an end to the outrages against nonassociation farmers Endorsed By The County Tho most popular remedy in Otse go County and the best friend of my family writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of tho Otsego Journal Gllbertsvlllo N Yhis Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an Infallible cure for coughs andcolds making short work of tho worst of them Wo always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be tho most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Pennys Drug Store Price 60o and U Trial bottle free HUSTONVILLE Copious showers have assured anoth er splendid corn crop and the farmers happyW and family have moved to his home at Mt Salem recently pur chased of S J Bell Miss Bessie Frye of Lexington is visiting Miss Margaret McCormack George A Prewitt of Liberty spent Sunday with J W Hoskins J F Tarter of Milledgeville who is employed by the foyer Wheel Co of Lebanon has found a suitable location in Lame county and will locate a spoke mill there in the near future close to an abundance of hickory timber- I have several very desirable farms in this vicinity for sale and at a price much less than sold elaewherelfor first class land Sizes range from 100 to 300 acres For full particulars call on or write to W R Williams 2t Levi Turpin had a good horse killed in a rather unusual manner While driving a mowing machine down hill the breast chain broke allowing the machine to run down on the horses heels cutting an artery near the ankle and the animalbled to deathjin a few mo mentsFrank Vaughn of this place holds tho years record for short time 1 fair work Last week ho left on the Blue Grass Special for the Lexington fair reaching there at 720 He spent three hours mingling in the immense crowd and growing weary caught a train and reached home in time for dinner IRJ3W Mrs Jason Taylor has joined her husband in the mountains Judge R C Warren and County Attorney Burch made an inspection tour of the McKinney and Middleburg pike Mrs Jane Cloyd of Danville is the guest of her grandson George L Carpenter at the Weatherford Hotel Mr Carpenter is secretary of the Hustonville Roller Mill Co which has a capacity of 100 barrels a day and getting a trade that takes their output Wallace Wolf of Cincinnati and Joseph Blain of Wil liamstown were guests of Miss Katherine and James Hall Miss Mattie Rochester of Paris is the guest of Mrs J K Helm The following is a copy of a notice that has been posted in our postofiice for the past week and has attracted more attention than any other dozen previous notices- I Have One Half Enterest in 10 acres of Fine Tobacco for Sale 1 topped 4 acres Redy for suckeren Cant Bee Bet Dame Room d Sticks and Teams fur nished for Sade Crop all so one half of 15 Acres of good Como over a Naver age for Hill Land any one wants this crop come soon and i will make you a priceSo you Can Buy Some one will git i Can manage it for any one and House it for Reasonbull price i Have also a fine Side Board worth 35 Heavy Wood and very Beautyfull without a Blimish if any one Wishes to Have a fancy Ornament for the dininJ Room Call and See it for less than J its Cost Call and See E T Lear on Mollies place Warning If you have kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Foloys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as posltiely cures all forms of kidney and bladder dis eases G L Penny Tho per capita for common schools in this year 340 the largest in the his tory of the Commonwealth During the four years of Republican adminis tration from 1896 to 1900 it averaged 235 For the first four years of Dem ocratic administration 1900 to 1903 the per capita averaged 246J an increase of 112 cents For the second four years of lOOt to 1907 it averaged 322J an increase over the preceding four years of 75J cents and over tho four years of Republican administration of Sn cents In addition the Democratic administration of 1900 had to payfa deficit left by the Bradley administration in School Fund of 14765723 and the Republican State Suprintendent cf that year deserted his office without making his annual report Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrupjls sold under a positive guaranteed to cure constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion If it fails tho madufacturers refund your money What morel can any one do O L Penny ODD FELLOWS Excursion from Richmond to Crab Orchard Aug 30 Million Rebeckah Lodge No 28 I 00 F will run an excursion over the L A N to Crab Orchard Friday August 30 1907 Train will leave depot at 815 L M arriving at Crab Orchard 945 This will bo a delightful outing for everybody Join thecrowd and have good time Tralnwill stop at Paint Lick Lancaster andJRowland Mr Joe Willis has promised free access to the Springs grounds and will furnish meals at reasonable prices Fare from Richmond and Paint Lick 135 More Than 25000 in Prizes A State Fair ribbon his the backing ol the Commonwealth ol moneythatLowest Rates by Rail and River You Just Cant Afford to Miss It swelledtoSee our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition hams fastest trot ting track la the world Trotting Pacing Running Races Dally dollarsIr5 EPT 16214907 Ju I LOUISVILLE Capt Knabenshue In his passenger carrying airship the marvel of the century with dally flights and exhibitions and a night ride in the air guided by a searchlight captiveballoonSensational acrobatic acts free each day And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prises rains famous Manhattan Beach lire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction ol the aweinspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly in the infield In front of the grand stand Three concerts daily by Natiello and his premier band ol fifty artists from the Land of Music KentuckyLegislatureBoard of Agriculture Write for catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary LonisvltU the Lincoln County national Battle Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHAN S PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORStl J B Oiwley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky aiwi V E foal Comfort economy anti durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 815 worth of coal No cubes no coal uo kindling in your rooms Tho 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 When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper 1FonW B MoRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD PEROWAt supervVoa given to all Proacrii tions oompounded The Interior Journal E C WALTON JT ROBERTS It a candidate for Magistrate In the Orn Orchard Magisterial District subject to the action of thl democratic pnrty JJHN J MOSER rh subject L- oathe action Jailer oftheclwnicrntl party r IMBRUcl rUa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county f ruhject to the action of the l party tJAMESC HAYS It candidate for Jailer of Lincoln countt abject to the action of the Democrat party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the DtniocrutI i party t FOR A GREATER AND IISTANFORD IItt Tuesday night the last saloon in Lin coin county closed its doors at Rowland poisonJ1 and county The people by a majority of 1242 last September spoke in no unI certain tones that they wanted a better Lincoln county and City of Stanford l morally and in every way that goes v make a clean state of affairs In th- past 12 months in Lincoln county and in- ii Stanford there has been more real es iJ tate transferred bought and sold than in any previous five years Our mer chants and landlords have improved their stores and buildings to such an ex tent that it is even noticeable to most unconcerned person What doe all this mean It means that those wh y have heretofore spent their hardearned money foolishly are now spending it with the merchants thus enabling those merchants to improve and beautify their stores and to give to the people better goods better provisions and bet ter prices than ever before Now let the Law and Order League get down to business right and assist with all of its power the County Judge County Attorney Sheriff Police Judge Y Mayor and Chief of Police to enforce the laws and drive from our city and county the blindtiger operators cocaine and soiled dove dives if there be such running in Macksville and on the Creek and it is more than likely that trey gone will be since the last saloon basI IiOurcity tax is 70c on the 100 of tax property within the corporate lim its now cant the city fathers give to us better streets cleaner gutters bet t sr crossings from one side walk to the other a more sanitary St Asaph creek and make other needed improvement ta harmonize with the work already done by the legal voters of Lincoln county and the City of Stanford You have been doing good work of late but lots all pull together and put our shoul ders to the wheel and make A GREAT ER AND BETTER STANFORDl What do you say We are proud of Stanford and her people because they are the best people on Gods green earth We are likewise as proud of old Lincoln coun ty and her splendid citizenship We hive never regretted the day that we cast our lot and fortunes with you bjth and we want to live to see the day come when Stanford will be the best moral town in Kentucky We are for the upbuilding and not for the tear ing down of it We have four splendid churchesone r of the best Graded a Schools in theIState also a Female Seminary two excellent and thriving banksThe Lincoln County National and First Nationalwith the largest deposits ever in their history which goes to show that they are honestly and eco nomically managed two excellent hotels two large roller mills new cream ery Ice and electric light plant planing mill laundry and a 520000 tobe Odd Fellows Temple under headway and other things that go toward making an uptodate good and thriving city Stanford can boastlof her solid mer chants with much pride Not in any kind of business has there been an as signment or a bankrupt case in years but most of her merchants discount their bills thus enabling them to serve the people and public with the lowest prices and best goods obtainable in the great markets of the East North and t South We want to impress on our friends who live in the county that the only way that you can make a prosperous county seat is to talk for it trade with its merchants exchange your produce for their goods thus helping both to Jive and let live and come to see them oftener and get better acquainted with each other then when Sunday comes you can go to church and enjoy a splen did sermon and say to yourself I have done my duty this week and lets serve Him better and do more nobler things next weekIWe are going to do our duty toward making A GREATER AND BETTER STANFORD by giving to our patrons all the news fresh and clean free from prejudice and more than ever be fore and we hope and pray the best that can go towards making the most readable sheet to be found in Ken tuckyJM A j y IM his speech at Vanceburg TuesdayI Hummy Willson almost verbatim re cited to a small audience which greete him the words uttered by Uncle Na- pa Hays against Judge Hager in th democratic primary last fall Uncle Napo was his chief witness No won der when his term of office expires he wiliaeck other fields We said all along that tho republicans would use hi speeches as ammunition against th democratic ticket this fall and sur enough they are Why doesnt he go to Pikes Peak and take a leap from It from whence he shall never return stead offgoing to Oklahoma as is reported AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Republican nominee for Governor opened his par tys campaign for State offices with a speech at Maysvllle He was warmly greeted in his native city and delivered an address in which he pleaded with Democrats to vote the Rcpublicantick 0Rf er speakers that no effort is to bo spared during the campaign to attract Democrats to the Republican standard The crowd in attendance while of good size was not as large as had been hoped and predicted by the Republican managers IWilEN the democratic party took up the reins of government in 1900it found 1othe State Today the State is freo fro debt with about 300000 in the treas ury at the close of the fiscal year Jun 30 last MARK HANNA is not dead We thought he was but it seems that May broughst reaoI horse that the taxpayers e bought and exMayor Pauly Barth was using for his own private use THESE were the words uttered by President Roosevelt at Provincetown Mass We want a law for the crimi nal prosecution of officers of trusts There will be no change in the pelf we have steadily pursued IT is under Democratic administra lion that a home for decrepit Confederate soldiers was established and near Iv 200000 expended in making their declining days comfortable In the Land of Good Things The editor of this paper is playing the gentleman this weekliving on t fat of the land at Mr Sam Damron just below Mt Salem and drinking the healthgiving water at Sims Olympian Springs He already feels a shade better and hopes by the end of the to be ready to resume his duties or t cheapest and best He and taml were fortunate in getting board at Mr Damrons The home is a delightful one each member of the family is cour teous and kind and the table they set par excellence Chickens seem to gro on trees old ham as plentiful as ci middling eggs as you like em delight ful bread milk and butter the best yo ever saw or tasted Who could more Surely tis too much for t writer who is here trying to rid hi self of an annoying stomach trouble- A good crowd is searching for heal at Olympian Springs In it are Mr Ivon Fish Crab Orchrrds clever L N agent Mr Solomon Estes a sple did citizen of Pulaski Mr A B M Kinney an aged Lincoln county gentleman John Whipp one of the finest young men of Liberty Mr and Mrs Slattery of Tatham Springs M James Allen of Casey and others Messrs Jno G Lynn George as Mack Holmes and C A Redd of Lincoln have been here gotten well and gone all singing praises of the virtues of Olympian Springs Water Crops in this section are fine Corn is especially good and the yield ofwhen- was satisfactory The little tobacco planted in this section is looking well The hay crop was the best for a long time Farmers are seemingly content ed F M Sims proprietor of Olympian Springs hasnt the only water in this section G J Austin gave us a taste of some from a well recently dug on his place which is as salty as ocean water It is as clear as a crystal but two much like brine to use for drinking or domestic purposes Messrs A C Dunn and W H Shanks arrived yesterday afternoon to remain a few days The former has made several trips here and has been benefited by the water Mr Shanks is a hard drinker of Olympian water It took a half dozen or more glasses to quench his thirst when he arrived Lots of timber is being hauled by here to McKinney to be shipped to the cities Caseys supply seems to lie in exhaustible Lumber is high and it brings an immense amount of money to the State of Casey yearly YE ED Eczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to sayi my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it prov ed to be better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists Bobbltt Writes of Beautiful Women 1CRAn ORCHARD Aug 26 1907As many my friends male and female timieare out mj letters and pasting them in Bcrae hooks they have 63000 miles to 6300 square miles the territory won by the South from Mexico Judge Morrow beegoneemany friend and relatives who are coming back to gettingInow no will shoot any more of them- I was at the Springs yesterday Many guests there and Mr Willis and wit are scattering bouquets of pleasure like the gentle dews falling upon a fragrant bed of violets What a noble host What a generous hostess Long may they be kept at the helm of the Sarato ga of the West People have come t this favorite resort who have not here for 20 years and are coming bat again next year Four elegant ladles from the Springs came into the court room on business I remembered that I had come into the court house to con suit the Kentucky statutes but my whole time had been taken up in trying to decide which was the mostbeautiful One of them came from Springfield Mo with two handsome sons and n sweet little daughter She left two growndaughters at home Glorious as the full blown flower 1And the heart of manhood feels thei power eNext year she is coming and bring them also I told her she would go back with one daughter less and a son inlaw more She is a most beautiful and graceful woman Times effacing fingers Had not swept the lines where beauty lingers She looked youngerthan she did 20 years ago I saw her departure at the depot Her husband is a master mechan ic at a handsome salary She is a sis ter of Squire James T Roberts beauYbell trn the Casket of Celibacy wilt make many an empty plate at th Campbell Hostelry Many went there not to be regaled with food and fruit but to be waited on by Miss Pearl and gaze into the serene depths of those beautiful eyes I know of litigants witnesses lawyers and law students who stopped there for that purpose But the Pearl of great price is now- e gone and my paper is all gone FONTAINE F BOBBITT PREACHERSVILLE vehed Mrsyma larial fever is convalescent- M P Lawrence bought a mule from LunsfordsThompaonW yearrS BatBaugme conferencte on 8t the parsonage will be sold at confer givenp hoesce Shouse pastor of the Baptist church preached Sunday morning on Jesus and Peter at a Fish Fry A protract BeechImanding the preaching Attention Please I Any honest person desiring or EltdreaelSuyprsburg Ky It JI No J Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay over will experience great benefit by taking Foleys Honey and Tar as it stops dllllcult breathing Immediately and heals the inflamed air passages and oven it it should tall to cure you it willKivo Instant re lief The genuine is in a yellow pack ago O L Penny FOR SALE I ewe rams goal onM10 Poland Chin IWnt IrestnttueState n JecI to NlZlltur Apply to J L Itnnifn on J Cook Inrni Uowlnml Ky NOTICE Twelve New Webber TwoHorn Wngone with gear and one Ihort Webber wagon complete Clionp for cash See lllllu lJones Ky For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel n new two hallethe corner or Main d Ixmvlllo Aventio In huurpkXKWTUX 1IIUM Momerset Ky NOTICE J ler ons owing the estate of the late luna Anderson will plento cull on me fit ones and srttltl ThoM Imvlnti clulms npnlnit the s tilt will present Uicin properly provull to me nt arllf t convenient Jolts II ANHKU80X Administrator Hlias Andtrtan PUBLICSALEl I will tell nt public nurtlon At the totllO of lute Hllas Anderson on Hull Mtilu eIoekyon HATUHUAY AUG 91 the following personal Two low n ml tlireo calves buggies st of baggy harass saddle and cooking and vetiels lot of meat lot IrliB iota toei Niled nay plowi and plow gear lot rubbish uml other lAUngs too numerous to mention Twin moue known on day ill sale JOHN H AXUKHHOX Administrator wllos Anderson Col J V fbundler Auct Pint Blut Grass Farm For Sals SHnores of fertile land excellently 1m proved wltu u twottory frame dwelling enorinou tock tent und novurluliiiiit uppiv ul water liuai4lun tar ColteyM Mm Iurnplke union trout Huitonvilli In Lincoln County Kentucky WinK too resoledIarepdarn to glvv their personal attention to tn preeneother particulars to JillIiA Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The Infant or tho child should not be given salts purgative waters or harsh pills or tablets when the bowels are con stipated and neither should any medl clue be used that contains a narcotic rememberryeffective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make it especially adapted to young peoples use It works gently but sure mtnytonicthe congested bowels but tones the sys tem and makes the child feel better in every tray DrCaldweU1 10her10aAUmeremedyforliver trouble diarrhea colic worms and the a04bowelland by Its use a home cure at very little cost Is eullybrougdtaboutChildren troubled with skin dls eases are backward In school lose weight and reallytheDr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin will correct io to ronr druggist today and buy a bottle and see aealnIt to use In stomach liver and bowel complaints A ceet bottle has often restored an entire family CDCC TCCT 1ihlrff to try DrCald itrIIIIraddressing the company This offer II to Vutthe remedy do u we claim end Is only opus to Non anyrymptcmefstomachliverceboweldisease eldlJproductcavePEPSIN SYRUP CO fl 18 Caldwell Bldg Montlotllo III ONLY ONELEFT1998 GETS IT- GEO H FARRIS STANFORD r Seasons Remnants The Summer Season is over and the Price Must be the inducement now We real ize this and to induce you to buy now and get them out of our way we have reduced all Ladies Low Shoes as fol lows Ultras from 3 to 2I Brocfcport from j r 250 to 2 2 goods to 125 and a lot of small sizes old stock at 50c a pair Chil dren and Misses reduced to a price you can afford to buy several pairs for them to t wear to school Mens Low Shoes Walkover make inthe season LI 350 and 400 now 250 and 300 Better get them while youacan It is saving you mon ey ws H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Ponpadour Perfume dohtuuse as much and it lasts longer so that it really is cheaper Try it and you will always use it 100 per ounce PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ATTEND THE GREAT illaseAt Liberty AUG 28 29 30 Liberal premiums on all kinds of Stock C Ha WESLEYPresident BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL j Strong teachera in all departments High School Grammar Interme diate Primary Music Cooking and Sewing Only three places left in tho dormitoryand cottages but gcod homes in the town arc openj to students Terms Board andtuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820 815 For catalogue nddroe8 MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Ky t Calicoes Now Full patterns in Red Indigo Blacks ntul Grays nt Gc Ginghams Good assortment of medium and dark Ginghams nt 10 acid 12c Corn pared with the price of other wash goods these nro very cheap Percales New dark patterns in yardwide Pcncnlc nt lie usual price 12io oust lCic I SEVERANCE Sc SON STANFORD STANFORD KY Aua 23 100 HICKB Capudino cures all headaches Indigestion In colds etc 10c 25c and GOc per bottle Pennys Drug Stgrc PERSONALS Mns MOLLIE WnAY is still quite ill Mn GEO D HOPPER is Improving slowly SAM ROBINSON spent several days In LouisvilleMiss with Mrs LILLARD is Mary Craig MRS W H SHANKS Is with her parents In Madison- C T BOIION went to Knoxville yesterday to buy sheep JAMES ESTES and son Clyde were In Lexington Saturday Miss DORA STRAUIJ is at the Klni Hotel at Crab Orchard W B WEAREN Bjnt a few days In Cincinnati on bniincss Miss EUZAIIETII STAGO is visiting relatives at Crab Orchard Miss EINA CAMNITZ of Cincinnati Is with Miss Clara Cooper Miss ERNIE MENEFEE is operator at telephone exchange here Miss MARY McRoiiERTS is attending a house party at Wilmore T W HUMHLE spent several days at his old home at Pcrryvllle MESSRS W II SHANKS and A C Dunn are at Olympia Springs- T A RICE visited his brothersln law in Lexington last week MRS A P BRACKETT went up to Puieville Tuesday to visit relatives MRS JOHN REICHENUACH and children j are visiting relatives in Louisville MRS J S GOODE of New Orleans has taken rooms at Mrs M A Wai J lacesMR FRANK BARNETT and sister an spending a few days at Olympian i Springs HAYS FOSTER has returned from the Jamestown Exposition and other points of interest MRS CLEO BROWN passed up to Mt Vernon on Wednesdays Southbound passenger H BRIGHT HAYS left yesterday fot St Louis and Kansas City with a view to locatingMRS F STEPHENSON left Wed nesday to visit relatives in St Lout and St Joseph JUDGE W A TRIUULE will join hit wife and children in Mason county tot day for n week Miss ANNIE BRONAUGII has engaged as operator for the Crab Orchard Tele phone Exchange Miss KlTTlE Goocil spent several days in Lexington last week with rela tives and friends Miss MAUD CARTER of Stanford is the guest of Miss Margaret Phelps Richmond Register MRS W C SIIANKS was the guest of her mother Mrs Wm Moreland during the Lexington fair MISSES ELLA THOMPSON and Hallio Brown of the Preachcrsvillo section are with Mrs E J Brown MRS MILTON WARREN and son Earl have returned home after n two weeks visit to hei daughters at Lob anon Junction Miss SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS return I ti Wednesday from a delightful trip to Buffalo Toronto and other INiagara interest Mn H C RUPLEY and family will move into the Brown property on I Logan Avenue todny which he recently purchased LITTLE SHAPARD AND ROWAN WEBB who have been spending the Summer with their grandparets Judge and Mrs M C Saufley returned to Knoxville Wednesday MR SHELBY TRIUBLE of Harriman Tenn spent several days hero with his aunt Mrs P P Nunnelloy Mr Tribble is now connected with the liar riman Record MRS COLONEL Goocil and Miss Eliza beth Crelghton of Kingsville were here shopping Wednesday and paid this office a pleasant call Mr E W Crcigh ton accompanied them DRS CARPENTER Bailey and OBan non removed a wen from Judge U C Warrens neck Tuesday Tho operation was more severe than was antici pated but unless complications arise of a weekIthe star play i y of Stanford Is v altlng theer until after the Fair Mrs M E boys Fish returned to Crab Orchard Sat urday after a PdnehartLondonIdaughter Mrs t 0 Miss JENNie HOCKEK returned from Louisville yesterday CITY CoNTnouKK SAM WILHITE has returned from a 10 days vacation spent in regionLouisville RICHARD PETTUS and sister Miss R- Idawho visited tho Misses Icttus and a tended the funeral of Mrs Pettus have returned to their homo In Cnrrnrdcou tySomerset Journnl jMn AND M us JOHN A WOOD nnd daughter Miss Josephine and Mr er will leave tomorrow for Broken Arrow L T where they will visit Mr George T Wood and other relatives for a month Advocate J LOCALS IN Judge Tribblcs court John Kennedy colored was fined 10 and for drunkenness costsI Tim L Nwill run an excursion tn Cincinnati next Sunday 25th at 176 roundtrip Train leaves depot hero at 5 A LOST between It Scudders and McKinney an open face sliver watch with fob made of coin Return to Miss Manclo Ware McKinney and rccciv reward ACTING COUNTY JUDGE T J JILL fined John Privitt of tho KingBvil section J5 and costs for breach of the pence Tho Judge also fined James Mitchell colored one cent and costs FOR SALE Washed Ohio river sand The Masons at Crab Orchard have reo delved a car load and offer part for sale Call on or write to Geo B Lyne chairman building committee 2U TllR wife of Green Baughman died few days ago She was a good and respected colored woman and was the mother of Joo Chcnault one of the hardest working colored men In this community IN Prance the bill of a physician or druggist can not be collected if mor than two years old If this was the case in Stanford our physicians and druggists would all be boarding with Col Josh Wilson at the poor house CARD OK THANKS Wish to than our friends and neighbors for their kindness and aid to us in tho last sad hours of our darling baby girl May God pour out upon each of them Ills richest blessing Walter W Curter and wife MRS L B COOK this place Is making quite a reputation as a poultr raiser At tho Blue Grass fair lut week she took first premium for the best Rhode Island Red cockerel first and third on best pullet and first on the best pen of chickens MK J A ALLEN has bought iron tho Winchester Brick Co 260000 grai brick at about 11 per thousand for tho new Odd Fellows building The plan and specifications are ready and worn will soon commence This will be one of the handsomest buildings in Centra Kentucky BRUCE William Bruce the infant son of Mrs W W Bruce of Perry vlllo died last Friday after a brief illness Advocate He was a son of tho late Rev W W Bruce who was the beloved pastor of the Presbyterian church at Hustonvillo for many years and much sympathy is felt for the Brokenhearted mother DEAnM John Boyle an excellent citizen of the Moreland section after eating a hearty dinner took a walk in his corn field He did not return and members of his family went in search of him To their horror and surprise they found him dead lie was about 50 years old and is sur ivcd by his wife and severalchildren The burial occurred in the Hustonvillo cemetery THE board of directors ofthe Dan vllle Creamery have mado Mr Bcecher Adams general manager Mr Adams will still continue to carry on his other terests without interference Ho is 1fino man for the place and will prove Ighly satisfactory to the general pub IIcAdvocate Wo congratulate the board on selecting Mr Adams as its manager When wo heard that Lit- tie Britain was patterning after Stanford and building a creamery we were sure we would have to furnish her some 10 to run it for her and sure enough we were right Anything else you- need Miss Britain from Lincoln or- the city 10 miles North of Danville t us know and the matter will be sat factorily adjusted i Get Ready for School Now ill the time to buy your school needs Our noy goods are coming in and we can supply you nt saving prices Many of the goods we offer cant be replaced at the game money SPECTACLES eye glasses etc ot sV11 Muellers postI BEAUTIFUL lino of souvenir cards just in Mrs W S Jones WANTED 200 MENTo pick seed particularslounk THE L will + round trip tick ets to the Barbourvillo fair Aug 21 to 23 inclusive at ro 80 good until the 25th WE want to commenced the street com IIIltte of the city council for c1eanlnJt the streets and opening up closed cui verts Keep up the good work Wll EN your thoughts turn to Fall Footwear remember that we carry the largest stock In Stanford Good shoes for everybody Cummins McCIary DONT forget the big Maccabee alt in Thompsons grove at Kingsvil next Saturday 21th Go and enjoy yourself and take your uncle aunt and ousin TilE CentraUKcntucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices THE Jumbo camp meeting will begin lug 30 The tabernacle has been completed and everything is in readiness for the entertainment of tho visitor verybody invited r L R HUGHES of the Central Ken uckv Real Estate Exchange Title Co sold for Elmer B Denham his home on the Shelby City pike to Mrs Ex Reynolds for 1500 BOUGHT A FINE FARIMr J Marsh CoITey of this place has bought of harley Caldwell near Perryville his fine 104acre farm at 115 We are indeed sorry to lose Mr Coffey and his excellent family TUB trial of William Jennings forth murder of Mace Miller is in progress incaster A jury from Jessamin ounty was secured to try the case edge M C Saufley of this place Is onducting the defense BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Fine farms throughout Central Kentucky for sale ranging in size from 4 I to 700 acres From 30 to 100 per acre in price Write us for list or description Hughes Swincbroad Heal state Dealers Lancaster Ky Tile democratic county committee haa recommended to the State Board of Election Commissioners the followin five splendid democrats from whic list one commissioner Is to be selected J C Reid S J Embry Jr R H ironaugh Jerry Briscoe and Georg e Lellcht CAIT D H GOYEN was the recip- Ient of a handsome Masonic charm presented to him by Mr J N Menefee and Dr T W Pennington The IJr bears the following inscription i To Capt Goyen from J N Menefci and T W Pennington as a Token of lespect Tho charm was presente by Mr Menefee in a neat little speech Capt Goyen greatly appreciates the token and says nothing could induce him to part with it THE Stanford Graded School will be Jtln work Monday Sept 9 Prof J W Ireland will gain bo the puperin tendent J C eek Jr of Fulton will have charg of the High School Miss Annie Du n 7th grade Miss Ethel Dunn of Gar and 6th grade Miss Frances Adams 5th grade Miss Lena Palmer of Mad son 4th grade Mrs H D Phillips 2nd and 3rd grades Miss Annie McKinn y primary and 1st- grade Miss Ell n Ballou music JUDGE JOHN D CARROLL of the- Court of Appeals and the nominee the democrats party in this district CorI judge was hem Wednesday mingling with the dear people and voters Judge Carroll Is a profound jurist a of attainments an affable and courtcouslgentleman in all the word Implies He ia making a splendid judge was nominate without opposition by- the democrat a few weeks ago and we- hope the republicans will use good Judgment by falling to give him opposition in November for it is useless to- odo as the districts about 8000 democratic We were glad to have Judge Can l1 meffour people and hope he- will come again HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co SOUTH BEND watches for sale at Muellers FOR SALEOne share of stock In Buffalo Fishing Club W 0 Hopper SIZE bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 26c at the Stanford Drug Co- JoiiN ALLISON colored was Cound dead Monday afternoon at his homo In Macksville A VERY heavy rain fell in the Hawkins Branch section Wednesday aftc noon doing considerable damage to crops It was almost a cloudburst Fon SALEA new traction engine one separator self feeder and wmd stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at GOc 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 very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent businessman of Bluff Mo that Bucklen Arnica Salvo Is the quickest find BUI est healing salve over applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 0- cPUBLIC SALE honing derided to quit furmlng and moe to town will tell nt public auction lit the Mrs UIilattfarm 3 nitle limiHtnnford unit mils Northeast of Trnylor Iwttoh on the Goshen A fix River turn pike on- BATU11DAY MElT 7 IW Tlio following ix r onnltytovrlt Onepi- N a year old 10hnnU noon mules kind lnd marerenrsme 7 extra good work mare Ixnnmrk far 1 mare gentle land Rood worker and In foal to Jack toy mare s ears old Ilrd UnrnrlikeBrook T HnrrUA It Woods one trot tlili stnlllon This mare u fast HUB n colt by her side by Aibland Ilrook nod It U good one veartidd bn tllly by King Kn ice and out ola Denmark snare This till with the proper attention nnd very IItlle training nbould make tare that will bring n faaey price yearling Ken- tUcky Joe Hired Kni eror and out of jennet by Hilly Kwne yearling Jenne by Major Donnell 710 out of the Jennet IoIIum by thinker 18 ImnclHj ton 01 IIrlllOolll hnnll lnd mnd I iged mare In fool to jack l mare and tnU e oil two9 yenr aid costs woll muted two COWl one with young cult by hr 1100 3 heifer calve ypnrllng heifer ihnuti brood sow Shorso Wagon Hinder Hiding OllltllIlori Noilher 40 liinus too numeroiiK to mention Hule to oiumence nt oclock sharp TKKMH All unit of flOnnd under cluh In hand end nil over that amount n credit of Ilx months will lie given purchaser to ghe bole with approved leourlty note to bear 0 rent date of sale necotlo trland uynble In tilt Lincoln Uounty Nn Jlllnki to lie removed until terms of the sale are compiled with J H 8AUTAIN Htnnford Ky Col J P Chandler Au- ctcommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Green McMuIlen 1IalntHT vs B M Wenv- r ndmr et nl Defendants Notice of ace Pursuant to n judgment of the LIncoln Ircult court rendered In tho above style IIcllon the undersigned Commissioner wll 1MONDAY8JoIT e 11W Between and S PMln front of the court hOu door In Htnnford Ky sell nt publl uteryto tint hlgIiet and best bidder the followIng desorlbetl profrt to satbry Judlllllmt obtained plnlnttll hereli for the turn of SI6lUul per cent Interes hereon from January until ublect to the credit fJO lIalll Httpt ll MianldOct81fllMnnd tl pnl une 18 nUo to satisfy a ludRinent of lalntlll for the further sum of J27S with cent Interest thereon from Jnmmry Iiller until pnld together wltb the costs thts action The following described personal propertj rill II rat lie sold towlts One strain clrcu lur saw mill consisting of one 48Inch Up right boiler X Lnno nnd llodley engine Inker Dnvls double saw cut oil saw bolts and attachments which was nt the time of the institution 01 this notion ntC K Whceldons In Pu HkthSUsXleofythls property be not sum mini nfore jdj1 then the- lowingdescrltedreal estate II sold towltt A of land In Lincoln untyK the waters of Crab Orchard Fork of luck Creek and bounded thus white oak corner poles togarulerthence hIs line N o W ljai new ton whiteoaknt the foot ofthehill N K poles to ii stakehy II In the Cfleklll11nnfrlllllnll two sycamores marked thence NM to a stake in of sawdust thence k 80K E 40 poles toa a plo ultur tree on bank otcrevltf thence N 76 K crook thence1 an IIlb on SKlf Ies to poplar and elm by creek are W K poles ton mottle thence B to two on sideE II roles of thence H 46 W 11 poles to a buckey- e1walnutthence H61 V la roles 10 a hIck- ory and cheat H 7 W ao poles to bnnoh of chestnuts thence H 8 E poles to R Itone thence 8 42 W poles to the begin IIlng containing W acres more or less The sale will be made on n credit of six Ilonthl the purchaser being required to- gle Commissioner nnd security tearing perto nt interest from of sale until paid A the property sold will be retained to bondeourethe OEO B SAUFLEY M C U C C Soft Finish Bleach Cotton This we purchased three months ago It is worth today 18Jc Our price lie Apron Ginghams All size check and colors at he yard School Shoes As usual wo nro satisfied to otter only the best Zciglcrs highgrade and Godmnns medium New goods just int South IIDepot New Goods We nre now prepared to show you a full lino of Silk Gloves in Tun Brown White nnd Black 1C button length from 8175 to 82 Nice assortment of Beauty Pins Niiioqunrter Bleach Sheeting RcadMnde 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 STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI J9C Hat Sale We Have on Sale a Lot of Mens Fur Hats in Blacks Browns and Grays Hats which formally sold from 150 to Z Your Choice of the Lot for 69 Cents W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky II The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See EST PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky Established eleven years Cbrlsllan influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address J C LEWIS Prin London Ky rvThe Interior Journal Snleredinthe Port 0fce at Stanford II- weonddau matter JPUJlLIaUIilD TOESDATS 1rD FKIDXT AT- 5700 PER YEAR CASH When nofso paid UOO will be charge Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food sad Salo Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEneeding n Union Jack and War t Any one their order with T U he will younndtakeyourorderiand wl1 tillbOW ibe tame on T LUNS FORD NOTICE nl Olympian oletntfiiuonothamrlH RuIi- pad Mellnury t onon Iexcept Hundny tbeunmthemspecialty aoh nt reasonable rates For partlcu laU terms iiddros r uTtu rror K4F D Hox 32 HustonvllleKy 13 D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 fiTANFO DKENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Offico over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On LnnCRster Htret btJteel1 f1prlngl DOll bleandcoosconfurtnblebroomsIltattei to If per week INSURANCEVlndBtorm LUe an- BYSTOoinpanle LightningJTlre and Represented Lowell Pos Ioss Paying Re ijbleel0aeses Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN YOUiWhy buy readymade clothing when they ll so difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit rondo to your measure taken by nn experienced tailor have bfcodtome of Hprlnl1t Hummer goods ean make cons B low price bUllne uu tt th suit Also overcoats irons In and FancyVests The company 1 rep roisnt is second to none II O nUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY 8paai Given Commercial Men goat KlKS at Reasonable Rates Stock Pene In Connection Also for all kinds of harvesting Machinery Gasoline nnd Steam Knglnes Threshing Machinery nnd Saw Mills It to see us before buy Also commission salesmen for nil second hnnd jji ohlnery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Oaf ee Phone 107 Homo Phone 85 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Emhalaj era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 1TANPOAD KENTUCKY 1 I l FARMERS DEPARTMENT J C Lynn soldtoC T Bohon of Lebanon 125 sheep at 6 j FOR uu10 good yearling mules Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky C C Garner sold to David Thompson a lot of shoats at 5c and some cal- vesI at 10 Fon SALE300 good stock ewe Fresh from mountains Lynn Lutes Stanford FOR SALEPure bred Southdown buck lambs and 0 h C boar shoal J B Foster Stanford 2t FOR SALE Three threeyear mare mules and one threeyearold horse mule Good workers J J Wright Moreland R B Wilkinson bought of Greely Lutes and J C Lynn a lot of lambs and withers at 4c he also bought a lot of heifers of J C Reid at 3i to 3ic Charles Bohon of Lebanon bougl 205 sheep In the Hustonville neighborhood last week atan average of 650 Wm Dunn and his little boy drove the bunch to LebanonDanville Advocate Mr Me Wheat writes from Valle View Texas as follows Corn and cotton are fine in this part of the State My 50 land will produce this year 30 worth of cotton per acre Lands arc advancing fast All the good lands will be selling from 65 to 75 per acre here this fall IN MEMORIAM On June 9th we were called upon to give up our friend and sister Josephin C Bishop In her death we feel we have lost one of our best women one who was ever ready to speak a word of cheer and extend a hand of sympathy To us it seemed she was too young to die and she had so much for which to live but He Who Is the giver of all perfect gifts saw fit to take her so we in humble submission say Thy will be done and with the poet believ There is no deaththe thing that we call death Is but another sadder name for life which is itself an insufficient name Faint recognition of that unknown life That Power whose shadowis the Universe Therefore be it resolved that the ladies assure the young husband and her family of their deepest sympathy and pray Gods blessing on them and espe ially little Joseph who is bereft of a childs best friendmother- The Ladies Society has lost an ell dent member the church a faithful worker one who was willing to do what her hands found to do That a page of the record be set aside and these resolutions spread upon it as- a memorial a copy be sent to the far fly and one be prepared for publicatio Ladies Aid Society Christian church Moreland At Seymour Ind James C Gilber aged 69 died of typhoid fever His year old son died also They were buried together Mrs Gilbert is also very low with typhoid fever After be ing stricken with the lever Mrs Gilbert told some of her friends where to dig in the garden They followed her instructions and found a bucket of gold Regular as the Sun Is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun Is the most regular performanc in the universe unless It Is the action of the bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guarantee by Pennys Drug Store 2c Clerk SYJ Semonin of Jefferson county has settled in full with the State also with the county so that there is no claim whatever against him The Louisville Republican organ made a strenuous effort to saddle Mr Semon ns failure to meet check on Judge lager Democratic nominee for Governor but his noise was only thunder for Judge Hager in a card to the public showed his procedure was not only legal and protective against himself but proved the Republican trailer very inaccurate Suppose a man had been in udgo Hagers place who was not acquainted with legal steps in such cases we could easily anticipate results udge Hager has made an officer whose acts are an open book to tho people which arc above just criticism and as ic has been a model in the offices hehas lied State Treasurer and Auditor so ve may expect of him as Governor In him the people need have no fears from any source for he has been tried md approved and the people will see to it that he is promoted the coming November to the States highest gift Mt Sterling Advocate 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 at alnment possible with tho advanced nowledge of which tho race Is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to bo between 50 and 60 the propeY care of tho body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after Is Electric jItters t110 scientific tonic medicine that svltalUes every organ of tho body uaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Two cases of a rare disease known as relapsing fever have appeared in New York hospital I i KINGSVILLE Dont tall to attend the Maccab picnic at Thompsons grove on the2th State Commander Elkin Hons F F Bobbitt R C Warren W S Burch S M Owens and other prominc speakers are to be on hand Mr Bob bitts subject will be Law and this alone will make the picnic a success Mrs Charles Robins of Dayton C was the guest of Mrs Wm Lane Mr VanDeveer of Nicholasvllle Is our new station agent He succeeds Manfn Gooch who resigned to accept a potion with his brother a large lumber dealer at Nashville Tenn The community gives him up with much regre Mrs Sebastian Chevoletto and children were guests of her sister Mrs Williams at Eubanks Dan Hester and wife and Claude Hester and wife nt tended the Lexington fair Cecil Gooch will leave soon for tho Jamestown Exposition Washington and Baltimore to spend several weeks J Ed Bolan is here from Lexington buying poles for the Green Briar Pole Co of Charleston W Va Mrs Lh zio Carey was quite sick but is better Dr C M Thompson continues ill of jaundice J L Johnson is ill Miss Frances Perkins has returned to Cincinnati Dr Tate was hero from Somerset this week Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1007 as far as reported Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Barbourville Aug 213 days Nlcholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 27L4 days Florence Aug 234 days Somerset Sept 34 days Bardstown Sept 4l days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept I14 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- Shepherdsvfle Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 2i3 days Springfield Aug 234 days Paris Sept 3five days Kentucky turnedllinto the United States Treasury last year a total of 123444538 ranking fourth in revenue collections Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago wo had three doctors with our little boy and ever thing that they could do seemed Ie vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrha Remedy and in a few hours he begs to Improve Today be is as healthy a child as parents could wish for Mrs B J Johnston LInton Miss For sale by all druggists Last Spring Mayor J R Steel and a majority of the councilmen of Junction City handed in their resignation to Judge Nichols and so far their place have not been filled As a result no levy has been made for city taxes with which to pay the officers and keep the streets in repair If the town marshy wants a little dough for his service there is nobody to whom he can legally apply and if there was any money in the treasury it couldnt be paid out as there is not a quorum of commissions councilmen PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public kale nt Crab Orohuri it 3 r onHATUUHAY HKPT 7 11 r uy flvenrain cottage at that place Tin iou e Is modern In build ont hits three Ktrohes loot outbuildings garden and ai ilmndance of fruit Lot contains one care or line land Terms made known on day of ale tTFESnIIII1EsJIt PUBLIC SALE I The property of Mrs J H Dickinson de eau d will lie told at auction on the jirem nt Orub Urclmrd nt 1 P M Kept 7 isur onslstlntfof about 2 acres of land hou e nut Improvements also household nlld kitchen furniture painted China fare Other things In house too numerous ImlImen1l1chouse and land K cash balance In a Stud louths with Interest ion J IL UILKIIMON- Hain Jlr Heynolds Auct for Heirs Blue Grass Farm for Sale tlIrIMHI1ter8tlltlon raiis This farm can be equally divided to d vantage so us to have n dwelling on ench pleat alto necessary outbuildings The farm lays almost In a square only one ngle In lines Theru lire three stock harm good tolfcco barn 1 stables tenant fuse goal water In every Skid six rings 8 streams running through whole tract J STEEL OAUPKNTKR Jlu tonvllk K FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A nne blue grass farm for eatk situated on- lIew pike near Point Lcuvell nfld six miles louth of Iiuiciiitur containing acres well located In good neighborhood being port of the John tract with a hand some new twostory sevenroom resldoncs outdbdlngsandatered six never falling springs nod creek inning through nn1twoClntlntereal until paid pleaseItoWulkerualirOrd1KY OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly WhltoiSIlir Has lon thoroughly renovated nnd t4 now In lino condition to iitnkn tin nest of Flour Monl Kto done on noli TUKSOAY niad FRIDAY tot the toll ui formerly Oho inu II trod I Vf HHMITH Proprietor Orali OrclmrU Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Kates before Insuring Nothing but firstclaw Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing ale acres of rich Blue Grass land This land Is hoc 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 near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days Ji cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Bnrdstown KyJuno 7 1007 One drop of D4114I dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves tho chicken instant ly When fed In tho feod or water it U tho best preventive I have ever used W1LLCOOMES- B41141 Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to taro Cholera Gapes Roup and LImber neelc Price 50 cents No cure no y Have you received an appoin meat to the FALL TERMof tbe State Normal Ifnot sec you County Superintendent at once about it The institution stands for tbo teachers and pupis of Kentucky rural schools If you have not seen the new catalog write u postal cardrequest for one today Address- R N ROARK Richmond Ky TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmors t STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtain and WallPaper Mr E T Bcazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE G PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky TliuHtntoUolleKeof Kentucky oilers the following courses namely Agricultural Muclninlfal KnglneerlnK Olvll KiiBlneer lug Mining KnglneerliiK Electrical Engineering ormlll Hchl O Classical nnd seven courses each of whk ex tends over tour fJllfi and lends to the IlacliulorniliKivt Knchcourti Isorguiilzvd under n separate faculty The ueniirnl faculty coiulstlng of nimlstant iirofesiors arid Instructors numbers peer bounty appointees receive free tuition residence In dormitories fuel nnd lights and traveling expenses If they remulii ten consecutive or one year Tlie laboratories nnd museums are large well equipped comprelienilve nnd modern Military Heleuce Is fully for as re iiulrvd by oiuress Urndunll11I the several courses of study readily Iliad employment with lllteral reo numerutloii The total er of mntrlcu was lei Each department bus n5CInlht nt Its head with the seta airy manner of assistants Hummer schools are provided for In Pednnogy KmjInecrltiK and Instruction In chance und the toorlll Arts The young women IlndnnoxcBllentbome with board wad lodging In Patterson Hull which Is well with nil modern onvenlencos Imthrboms ball for physical ndlunilitp110ler week All the courses ga are open to young women upon Identical conditions hose applying to mats The attendance upon the Normal School In connection with the Department of Kdu ntlou Instyeur moro thnn that of yellr1hO namely one for the lopnrtment of ducation one for Agrlcul ural and u Ulmiry Itch are In irocess of erection anti will bo completed In the next collegiate year- ForUataloquemetliodl of ap JICIlntnwntslnrormatlon rg rdlnl courses or apply to JAR K PATTKUSON Ph n L It Pros or U O Krnzeu hue Agt Lexington Ky Fall Tenn Begins Kept 1907 CF F Great Stock Relief Sale I All Summer Goods must go in order to nmko room for the large stook ot uptodate Fall Gooda that i3fQ comO in shortly 818 and 820 Mens Suits cut to 14 48 81fi and S1CGO Mens Suits cut to 12 08 i 12r0 and 81360 Mens Suits Gut to 10 08 10 Mens Suits cut to i 08 8750 Mens Suits out to 5 08 85 and 4650 Mows Suits out to 3 08 Mens 84 Oxfords cut to fl 25 Mens 8350 Oxfords out to 2 08 Mens S3 Oxfords out to 2 48- Mens 8260 Oxfords cut to 2 24- Tito t prices of Ladies Visage and Childrens Oxfbnls out accordingly Ho 1shoveSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY New Stock of- SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS tjAt W II HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har j rows Plows Oliver f First National BlankStanford xyt ICaplt t Stock 50000 This tnstltntloawas orl Dall eiUbltsbtd as the Deposit Bank of Stanford la JIll then reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford In UU and again reorganlsad as the First National Bask of Stanford ta 1IS1 having had practically an unlnUr rnpted ettstenca for II year It Is better supplied sow with facilities for transact tar Dullness promptly and well than ear before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries sad Cer porations Solicited Officers J I BOOKER Prst- T UAHHIS V Pees J J McROBERTS Ohr W II WKAKENAsitOhri Directors r Reid DasvllledI T narrlllufordJJ K L Tanner UcKInncr U D Elmore Stanford II nanghman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble I II Baughman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanfordt WantedFarmsIf you have a Farm or any kind of property you want to sell or an account or note you want collected write to na at once Wo refer you to any bank in Somerset as to our reliability Ail dress Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky New Line of Blue and Willie Enam eledWilre Good values are too lateifGEO D HOPPERMain Street STANFORD KY