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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 27 1907 NO 51 1 Stanford Graded School It is the earnest desire of tho man Bgoment of tho Stanford Graded and High School that every pupil who con templates attending tho institution start in tho tint day Sept Oth It is most important both from tho stand point of pupil and teacher for on a fun and prompt attendanco depends tho best results Tho school must cultivate the homely yet very necessary virtues of industry punctuality and honesty Will tho patrons please take note of the fact and cooperate with tho school authorities in trying to bring about tho best results If this is done better satisfied pupils patrons and teacher will result That you may bo influenced by what is done rather than by what is said wo direct your attention to the work dono Tho school itself bcorcth witness of tho thoroughnoss and substantiality of work done A member of class was tho honor graduate of ono of tho best female schools in Kentucky Several of our 1007 graduates will attend high cr institutions of learning where they arc entered without examination Tho record of our school in tho llluo Gross Graded School Tournament for the past two years attests the efficiency of its work in tho various departments Ask thoso who have patronized tho High School through all its branches for in formation as to its efficiency in thor ough training in various lines If any pupils in the county desire high school training your own county is tho place to got It Ask for catalogue or write for information to tho superintendent + Patronize homo industry when it is as good as others Homo is tho place where eternal des tinier are fixed Tho school is tho means whereby youths are led to cul turo and a higher appreciation of life lWhen both influences act in conjunction are certainly more powerful Ono of Americas great sins is robbing her youths of that most powerful asset education This deprivation comes from taking boys and girls from school before their training is complete Statistics show that tho child who leaves school or begins work at the age of 12 or 14 as compared with thoso who remain in school is permanently handicapped in pursuit of livelihood being compelled to labor through life at wages which never lift them above tho poverty lino Wo hope therefore that all will send their children to school tho first day and keep them there- J W IRELAND Supt HIGHLAND Work on tho new Methodist church is progressing nicely iJohn Spires has sold his farm to Mr Hughes of near Lancaster Will Jenkins has had a severe tussle with a carbuncle on his neck Fred 1 l Cook formerly of this place but now traveling with a moving picture show f washero and gave three exhibitions at tho school house with good attendance John Osborno and wife of Mayavlllc I spent last week with their son here John Spires has returned from Illinois Will Adams who went to Indiana to work has returned on account of bad health Miss Emma Young Is visiting friendsiit Burnside Miss Iva Cook and Sam and Clarence Cook of Somerset are visiting here Ira Cook is also hero Mrs Serena Cook has returned from a J visit to relatives at Louisville and Now Albany J M Delany and family of Lexington spent several days hero Jake Meier and wife of Somerset are hero Hnrlan Adams and wife of Indiana arc visiting Squire Adams tHAD AN AWFUL TIME t But Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him It Is with uro that I give you rids unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had a sovoro ease of measles I got caught out in a hard rain nod tho moaslos settled In my rstomach and bowols I hall un 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 tow hours longer but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well I havo written the abova through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy Sam II Gtvln Concord OaFor sulo by all druggists Sept 2328 1007 embrace tho dates for tho Tennessee HomeComing And Nashville is tho place for the reunion t Tho Governor of Tennessee has issued a proclamation calling on all wandering I Tennesseans to come homo on tho dates specified Extensive preparations have t been made und a glorious time is as- suredi Very low passenger rates have been secured and assurances are given that there wIl bo adequate and reason- ableJ hotel nccomodations If you have over lived In Tennessee send your name and address to Haynes McFndden Sec retary HomeComing Nashville Tenn I for full particulars IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES M B Hopper a prominent citizen of Jamestown Is dead Mrs Mary Greeley of Anderson county is dead aged 72 A pair of mules belonging to J G Price of Boyle were killed by lightning Ho valued them at 350 Tho Knox County Fair officials would improve their attaction by devoting ono ring to gun toters instead of scattering the exhibit Louisville Times The Danvlllo Creamery Co has been incorporated with 6500 capital stock Bcocher Adams J F Knuo and II G Sandifcr all of Danville are the incor poratorsTwo were injured while fighting n lire which originated in a livery sta ble in Nicholosvillo and which did damage estimated at 20000 before It was extinguishedAt during a storm C T Foster and Samuel Dannell lumbermen were struck by lightning and stantly killed Jesse Foster was shocked into unconciousnoss At Richmond an Injunction suit was filed in tho circuit court against tho city by merchants seeking to restrain tho collection of special taxes imposed on business men on account of the clos- Ing of saloons William Madison a laborer flied suit in the Federal Court at Richmond against Eugene Moynahan S Son ask ing 20000 damages Ho alleges in tho suit that ho was hold in a state of peonage by tho defendants and that ho was shot three times Ho alleges that ho was employed on n rock crusher near Bcattyvlllo and was kept there against his will A Danville dispatch says Mr and Mrs J R Bandy left 10 days ago to visit relatives in Decatur III They returned and to their consternation found that they had been robbed of everything In tho 12room house Thieves in wagons had visited the Ill tco In the night time and hauled away provisions furniture and everything used in housekeeping The loss is 3000 Suit has been filed in tho circuit court nt Harrodsburg by Miss Ora L Adams county school superintendent of Mercer county against D C Heath Co of Boston Mass school book manufact urers B F Grazianl of Covington surety for tho book company Henry II Walker former superintendent and D C Allin circuit clerk of Mercer county in which she seeks to havo unoriginal judgment of 10000 against Heath Co collected It is alleged in the petition that tho judgment which was returned in 1905 was dismissed through collusion and fraud on the part of Walker with tho other defendants Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fall I want td say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I havo usod tiifc preparation In my family for the past live years and have recommended Itto a number of people in York county and havomwor know it to fall to olToct a cure in any instance I fee that I can not say too much for the best remedy of tho kind in tho world- S Jomlson Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy Is for sale by all druggists Tho trials of William Britton Elbert Hargis and John Abner charged with conspiracy to murder Dr Cox was called at Sandy Hook by Judge Moody Tho commonwealth asked a continuance on tho ground that it has had no oppor tunity to secure its witnesses since tho motion to remand tho cases to Breath itt county was overruled by Judge MoodyaMany desirable Swi immigrants probably will como to Kentucky dur ing tho coming winter according to a letter from tho States representative who is now in Switzerland trying to Induce tho proper families to take up their residence tn this country Ho writes that recent laws In that country havo handicapped him considerably For an Impaired Appetite- To Improve tho nppetlto and strengthen tho digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J U Soil of Detroit huh says They restored my ap pctito when Impaired relieved mo of a bloated feeling and caused a pleas ant and satisfactory movement of the bowels Price 20 cents Samples rco by all druggists Well Ill tell you I said You know I never saw a Republican until I was 38 old and I cant get used to them somehow Ho looked at me reproachfully and walked away without another Kansas City Star I Montbraska murmured tho Sena torIIWhat do I know about Mont braska Jim- IIMontbraslca Senator answered his His the State so ably representI NEWS NOTES It is a fihe to flirt In Highmorc S D Work has begun nt Buzzards Bay Mass on tho Capo Cod canal Robbers broke into the Peoples Dank at Wiggins Miss and got away with men were mortally wounded in a three cornered pistol fight in Floyd countyW Seddon Director of works of the Jamestown Exposition has re signedRobert Anderson of Franklin county was accidentally shot and killed by his 13year old son Heavy frosts have fallen in the northern part of North Dakota causing much damage to lato grain and garden truck Five hundred drivers and stablemen employed by the wholesale beef packing houses of New York went on strike i Several houses were destroyed by a tornado at Brunswick Wis but no ono was killed At Fall Creek six persons were Injured Capt John Schneider died at Louis villo as tho result of excitement over the Paul Barth sulcldo He was Mr Barths brotherinlaw Four persons were killed and 30 jured in a collision of two passenger trains on the St Louis and San Francisco railroad near Sapulpa I T John tho 11yearold son of John Gilktrson of Carter county was shot to death at his home near Grayson by his little playmate Jack Worthington William II Hicks paymaster for a Philadelphia corporation was held up by three highwaymen in tho northeast ern part of that city and robbed of a satchel containing 6000 During the 12 months ended June 1907 tho United States imported 26 124277 worth of fruit Bananas represented 453 per cent of this total and lemons next in importance 1C3 perI centMrs Frank Kemper a prominent church woman of Danville was frightened to death while driving n wild horsoI which became unmanageable Death came before she could bo removed from the vehicle Two men have been killed and sever al others wounded in fights at tho Bar bourville fair which was in progress lastI week A Constable was killed trying to make an arrest and the other man was killed in a general fight on tho fair grounds- Announcement Is made by tho Citi zens Committee having charge of tho final arrangements for tho dedication of the McKinley monument nt Canton 0 that tho ceremonies positively will be held Sept 30 and that President Roosevelt will attend Suit which was filed against June W Gaylo and others to prevent the shipment of pooled tobacco out of Owen county was dismissed at Owenton and three or four thousand hogsheads of tobacco will be shipped to Louisville to be stored in tho public warehouse Capt C C Calhoun of Washington D C has been appointed special ent by Gov Folk to prosecute the claim of Missouri for the recovery of her public school land from tho United States government and the interest on tho money paid to tho Federal troops by that State during tho Civil War In a pistol fight in Floyd county Palmer Saulsbcrry and James Stumbo were slot and probably mortally wounded Tho fight was a threecornered af fair with Stumbo on ono side and Palmer Saulsborry and his brother Ballard Saulsberry on tho other Ballard Sauls berry escaped after tho shooting The exports of canned meats from tho United States during the fiscal year of 10067 amounted in value to 2C4S 515 against 0239800 in tho preceding year and 0557015 in 10045 Tho trade with Germany and some parts of Oceania shows a small increase in 1007 tho exports to all other countries a sharp decline Zilpha Sprinkles 18 of Grays Knox county Lila Denton 15 Hazard Perry county Nellie Prather 16 Pikevllle Pike county and Maggie Jones Monte cello Way no county escaped from the rouses of Reform near Lexington while engaged in hanging out clothes in tho yard when they suddenly made a break for a cornfield nearby and had disappeared before tho matron or attendants nt tho institution knew of their flight T Endorsed By Ihe County Tho most popular remedy In Otse go County und tine best friend of my family writes Wm M Dletz editor and publisher of tho Otsogo Journal Qllbertsville N Y Is Dr Kings Now Discovery It has proved to bo- n infallible euro for coughs undcolds making short work of the worst of thorn Wo always keep a bottlo in tho house I bollovo it to bo tho most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint tho taker by Pennys Drug Store Prlco floe and 31 Trial bottle free i HUSTONVILLE Born to tho wire of Jesso Routt a son Thomas Walker James Yowcll sold to J C Johnson 331000 pound cattle at S 460 Miss Mayme Phelps of Lexington is visiting Rev Clarence Daniels and fam lIyJ M Badgett had a valuable maro to die last week leaving a splendid mulo coltJames Yowoll shipped a car of export rattle to Jersey City forjwhjch ho paid 5c If you want a blue grass farm in tho garden spot of the earth call on Wil llama Co Hustonville Judge J P Bailey and daughter Mrs Gregory of Covington spent Saturday with relatives here The graded school with a full corps of teachers will open Sept 9 and patrons arc requested to send thcrchild rcn promptly and thereby avoid con fusion The ladies of the Baptist church arc to be congratulated on tho success of their ice cream supper last Thursday evening Their retelpts wern between G and 60 Dr L C Powell tho optician has opened an office in the Morse building He will make this place his homo in the future and willHfix yourj eyes while you wait Mrs Wallace Steele of Powars af ter a two weeks stay at Olympian Springs has returned greatly improv ed Hill Spaulding of Louisville was tho guest of his uncle Bailey Hill Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night by Rev S B Lander An important congrega tional meeting will be held at the close of the morning service All members are urged to be present A splendid 200acro blue grass farm on rural route three miles from town in high state of cultivation good im provements and lays well forll500 Payments to suit purchaser Williams Co real estate agents By special request Rev Clarence Daniels will preach next Sunday morn- Ing on The New Birth All denomi nations aro cordially invited Union prayer meeting at the Christian church Wednesday evening Rev Daniels will leadCallen Goode of Covington and Miss Sallio Goode of Louisville left Sunday for their homes after a two weeks va cation here Charles Bohon Jr of Lebanon is visiting relatives heroG- L Walter and Harry Anderson of Lan caster wero here Sunday President J F Allin of tho Danville Scottavillo Nashville railroad spent a day here interviewing our people be fore going on down tho line Upon his return ho will go to New York to com plete the bond negotiation for the 12 million dollars and ho says very shortly tho dirt will begin to fly There are 660 rural routes in operation in this Stato and there havo been 562 applications turned down and 20 routes discontinued all on account of bad roads The reports show tbat over 20 percent of road work goes to wasto on account of the bad judgment of ov erseers County judges should take notice and govern themselves accord ingly George W Rifle wife and sister formerly of tho West End havo arrived from Oklahoma to spend a month with friends and relatives Mrs James Green of Lexington is visiting friends here Mrs J H McAhster and daugh ter of Way Miss are visiting rela tives in tho West End Master Cecil Bohon has returned to Decatur III after spending the summer with rela tives hero The watermelon of John Roland near McKinnewas robbed Saturday night of about30 melons Lair C Browns blood hounds were put on tho trail and they followed it to near Mr A B McKinnoys residence where thothioves had taken to their wagon and tho dogs could no longer follow the trail If Mr Roland had his melons marked ho would doubtless find them on sale this week at the Liberty fair Warning If you have kidney and bladder troublo and do not uso Foloy s Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to lame for results as positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dis eases O L Penny =Seventeen thousand machinists in Greater Now York havo asked for an increase of 25 cents per day They havo been notified by tho New York and New Jersey branch of the National Metal Trades Association that In the present state of trado their request cannot bo granted They havo threatened to strike to demands Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is sold undev a positive guarantee j to cure constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form Of indigestion If It falls the madufauturers refund your money What moro can any one do G L Penny More Than 25000 in Prizes S ofKentuckythat accompanies i- tLowest Rates by Rail and River You Just Cant Afford to Miss It I swelledtoSee our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns fastest trot ting track In the world I Trotting Pacing Running Races Dally An amusement program running way Into thousands ol dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted jii62119ozLLOUI5VILLJa Capt Knabenshae In his passeagcr carrying airshipthe marvel ol the century with dally flights and exhibitions and a night ride In the air guided by a searchlight csptiveballoonSensational acrobatic acts free each day And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction of the awe laspiring calamity ot 1906 given nightly in the infield In front of the grand stand Three concerts dally by Natlello and his premier band of fifty artists from the Land of Music KentuckyLegislatureBoard of Agriculture Write for catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary LoulsvllU the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KcntucKy 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 OIREOTORSil J B Oivaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O WalK- er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W- Ii Cummius Prcachersville L G Gooch Wnyncsburg Ky S 4V E Comfort economy and durability are nil included in hot water heating I heatelmy house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 815 worthof coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms Tho ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wnituntil 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 handler the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO nooks Wlfll Paper 1FoW B MoRoberts DRUGGIS1 ISTANFORD I airPERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded r The interior Journal It Co WALTON J T ROBERTS Ii acnndldnte for In strlto In the Ornb Orcbnrtl District subject to the ftntlonnf thedemoprntlp pnrty JJHN J MOSER Is R cnndldote for Jnllor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Ucmocrntlo party M BRUCE Is a cnndtdnto for inner of Itncoln connty subject tQ the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a of Lincoln county object to tbenctibn of tbo Democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tbe action of the Democratic party Till farming interests of the State have not been overlooked by democratic administration of public affairs in Kentucky A State Fair is given an nually an act passed authorizing the pooling of crops for better protection against the trusts Farmers Institutes with noted experts as lecturers are provided for every county and penalties provided for the adulteration of com mercial feeding stuffs seeds etc TimE Cincinnati Enquirers Louisville bureau says that the Campaign Com mittee is trying to induce Senator Me Creary to take the stump for the Democratic State ticket Knowing the good old Democrat as we do we do not think that ho will be hard to induce He has never so far failed to raise his voice for Democracy when ever it was needed DURING the seven yehrs since the assassination of Gov Wm Goebel and since W S Taylor and other republi tan leaders fled from Kentucky charged with that crime Kentucky under democratic administration has expended over two million dollars in the estab lishment of new institutions and departures for the better development of the State and the welfare of her people TilE gold production of the world in 1906 was 450000000 an increase of nearly 30000000 over 1905 In Africa alone the increase was 21 000000 The United States with a total of 96000000 made an increase of 8000000 This explains why the silver question is no longer a live one Natural causes have buried it SECRETARY TAFT in a speech at Oklahoma City Okla advised the citizens of that State to reject the proposed Constitution and declared that Congress would pass another enabling act Among the salient features he found fault with was the clause limiting the power of the writ of injunction DAVID CASTLEMAN of Mercer says he wont vote the democratic this fall because Gov Backham offered immunity to Taylor if he would come to Kentucky and testify in the case against Caleb Powers Wonder what Davids real reason is IT is reported that Hoke Smith remarked to the prohibitionists You have won a victory now practice SD briety This is an insult Who ever heard of a prohibitionist not practicing sobriety t IT is under democratic administration that a new Kentucky Capitol is being erected and without imposing any adds tional burden upon the taxpayers of the StateLOUISVILLE is growing by leaps and bounds There were 88 births and only 50 deaths there last week- POLITICAL Mercer county republicans will nom jnate a candidate for Representative MondayPostmaster McElroy of the National House of Representatives is dead at Delaware 0 R E Hutchins of Elliott county was nominated for Representative by the republicans at Grayson Former United States Senator Joseph Ralph Burton is to take editorial charge of a daily paper at Salina Kas Gov Hoke Smith has appointed Judge Horace M Holden to the Supreme bench of Georgia to succeed Justice Andrew J Cobb resigned Gov Hoke Smith of Georgia sus pended trom office Railroad Commis sioner Joseph M Brown and appointed S G McLendon in his place Secretary of War Taft fn an inter view given at Lexington denied the report that he intends resigning from the Cabinet- In the Democratic primary election in Grant county to select a candidate for Representative John S Steers had of 240 over H Baird a In the Democratic primary held in Pendleton County to nominate n candidate for the Legislature Dr C F Crecelius defeated Dr B Chipman by 80 votes- Augustus E Wilson Republican nominee for spoke at Ashland making a for the votes ofagain and asserting that 80 per vote ueiuuv theRepublcantickeveteransilfall will C C McChord present incumbent and democratic nominee for railroad commissioner of this district will have no opposition from the republicans Kansas may have a two cent railroad rate within the next few days simply by action on the part of the State Railroad Commission which will declare an emergency to exist The railroads may resist and take the case into court The Alabama Legislature has passed a law imposing severe penalties on the carrying of a pistol less than two feet in length It would have done better to impose a ban on the practice some of Alabamas big guns have of shooting off their mouths Gov Comer of Alabama says he will give the railroad companies until Oc tober 1 to comply with the rate law If they do not comply by that says ho will call a special legislativeI session and urge the enactment of even more drastic laws County conventions to select delegates to the Republican convention at Maysville which will nominate a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Fifth appellate district Thursday were held Saturday in 16 counties Many candidates appeared and the counties in the main instruct ed for their home candidates Officials at Frankfort believe that W S Taylor now a fugitive in Indiana would not return to Kentucky either to testify in the Powers case or to face trial himself even though his own terms should bo accepted and say that his interview is given out for political purposes It is believed that immunity could be granted Taylor without the intervention of the Governor Gov Vardamans response to the appeal of the Western Union for the protection of its operators against the threatened and actual violence of strike sympathizers was the declaration Of course I shall uphold the law regardless of whose rights are violated but with all my heart I sympathize with the striking operators Their cause I believe to be a just one and I pray to God that they may succeed Gov Beckham has announced the np pointment of the following delegates from Kentucky to the National Prison Association which meets in Chicago Sept 14 to 19 H S McCutcheon of Russellville Eli H Blown of Frank fort Finley Fogg of West Liberty E H Doak of Lexington George L Se hon of Louisville Jacob hanger of Louisville John R Pflanz of Louis ville Jap Toner of Paducah A D Martin of Frankfort- Secretary of War William H Taft urged Kentucky to get out of the solid Democratic column and made a plea for votes for the State Republican ticket Thousands attended the public reception in the hotel parlors The Secretary al so spoke from the tran at Lawrence burg on his way to St Louis He said he would not be able to get inside the White House if he was elected should he stay in Kentucky a month as his diet had been broken completely by the waffles served him at Elmendorf Here and There D C Derr of Pulliam while arrange ing some belting got his hand caught in the machinery and his right arm was pulled off The number of men employed in the divisions of building construction mu nicipal work and engineering of the Panama canal has been reduced by 25 per cent Robert Anderson a farmer of Franklin county was shot and almost in stantly killed while asleep in his home by his 13yearold son who did not know the gun was loaded Two men were killed by the overturning of a big automobile on the road leading to Narragansett Pier from Saunders town R I when the car ran into a stone wall on a sharp turn William T Logan has opened in Danville a branch department of the Lexington Savings Bank He has rented the room over Preston Sherleys barber shop and will make small loans on chattelsA supposed to be insane was arrested in a New York telegraph of fice On his person he had a hundred messages addressed to President Roosevelt King Edward Kaiser Wilhelm and other rulers Modifications were made by the State Board of Health in the rules for testing cows for tuberculosis and it is now provided that only the cows actually eased shall be tested and the whole herd shall not be quarantined Oil operations in the Kentucky fields have been as to greatly encourage the operators and the outlook is considerably Good strikes haven made in Wayne and Wolfe counties and new fields are being tested with good results The suit of the next friends of Mrs Mary Baker G Eddy against prominent members of the Science was suddenly abandoned at Concord N IL and a motion for dismissal of the suit was entered by William Chandler counsel for the next friends Eczema 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 try Chamberlains Salve and it prov- eed be better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists CHURCH MATTERS Rev Mr Goldsmith of Louisville preached at the Baptist church Sunday List of subjects for Turnersvillo revival meeting Tuesday 730 Sin its Nntrue and Consequences Wednesday 10 A M Loyalty to the Church 730 r Indifference Thursday 10 A M Fi delity to Conviction 730 r M Predestination Friday 10 A M Why Should we go to Church 730 r M The Doctrine of Conversion Saturday 10 A M Christian Perfection 730 P M The Problem of Life Sunday 10 A M The Ideal of the Christian Life 3 IM The Divine Obligation of Government 730 p M The Harvest Public cordially invited to attend all services Aden Bristow evangelist E W Dclcamp ministerThe District Association of Baptists has just closed its 105th annual meeting at Beech Fork church near Gravel Switch Rev R B Ma- honey who went as a delegate from the Stanford Baptist church was unani mously chosen to preside over the meeting This was quite compliment any to our friend and townsman Mr Mahoney as this body is composed of about 39 churches among which are Danville Harrodsburg Burgin Hus tonville Stanford and quite a number of influential country churches The next session will be held at Mt lieI bron church in Garrard county ono year hence At 3 oclock Sunday afternoon a crowd that overflowed the house gathered at the opening service of the Rowland chapel An enthusiastic song ser vice opened the exercises after whichI Rev L M Omer read very appropri ate scripture selections followed by a beautiful prayer by Elder Joseph Bal lou Mrs Omer sang a special number Only a Word for Jusus A little exercise The Light of the World is Jesus was rendered by several small Sunday school girls The sermon on The Constraining Power of Christs Love was preached by Rev L M Omcr and it was a practical and tender appeal to all to let the love of Christ rule in their hearts and lives Mrs Omcr made a for closing remarks which touched all hearts when she told how the house was in answer to prayer She stated that only 25 was needed to settle up all bills and this amount was readily given in a voluntary offering that was taken After a statement to the effect that it was earnestly desired that all denominations heartily join in the union Sunday school and that all evangelical Christians should enjoy the use of the house lire Omer read a short dedicatory service and made a simple prayer formally dedicating the house to Gods service After a closing hymn the benediction was pronounced by Eid Ballou FOR newtraction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 50c 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 bo bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of BluIY Mo that Uucklens Arnica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve over applied to a sore burn or wound or to a ease of plies Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 25c Pauline turns up her nose at offers of marriageWhy The only things she considers areab ject pleas Attention Please I Any honest IMTIOII desiring temporayor rnnnrnt employment should coil ou liert K Young at Iltulilancl Ky I o ad Urcua Vayuc turg Ky H K D iol Skatiqg Rink FOR SALE loOlloll1SID Poland Clilnn lmnnlJeilntli Htitteiu to reKliUr Apply to J U IIIrill on J K Cook farm Ky w NOTICE1 Tweivo New Wbbt Two llorre llIonl RtMir and um 1hornw Webber wagon ulieiip for dull Hvo Illlto t Jones MoKluiiey Ky For Sale or Rent I Tho Newton Hotel property n now two itory brick embracing to rooms ami hnlli and one toreroom fet Located on the corner of Main A Danville Avenue llunumvllle cittern IQ haute K1I1nand other Address NEWTON IRIOHHoior et- INOTICE J Iertoni owing the t tatP of the late Hllai Dilution will plcaie cull on me at Once and nettle Those having claims agalntt tho Us title will present hunt properly proven to mo nt vurlleit ANUKIIBUX AdmluUtrator hlliu Andernon Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sale- M norm ot fertile land Maellently 1m IlfO1 with n two stury frntnu IIl1ornloM stock unrn nod 1ll1norfnllllll- IUlIII1 ut water iHuuieU on the Mill rurnllk J mile from lluitgnvlll In Lincoln Kentucky ulog tho fumi oil wlitth John D Irl rtMluwl In his lifetime will le ollerwl lit prlviil tale fur limlttHl Urn Tin owner nro nun nsklentsof the Htuto and nut bet nblt to IIh e their Ieraumi attention to thl farm have Ueelilwi to at u fair price Aditrv UI Imiulrifi fur price twriitu ami other wrtjculiir to- OHAUIKHN MAXNINO KMnrtty Tru t Co exinglon Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will sell to tIM iilgbeit blrtdtr TiictMiiAY Marc IS nt 1r lb HiuiueyV farm on the lanltuter and Ulclimoml turnpike two inlltMftoHlkof drllMd uuekl ArUttoutturn ntulee ell will brute tllltIttlrakl- mul lx tunres a Lorca a four yenrI- Onrennit lu tmr cnlvw 6 1oinq Churn boor drafts lfioodmllkcuw0il tii i of good timothy buy 8 bmdvr anti tome farming implement All turns under ilecneh in band over 11 on four months credit with note gutslllll and luiyable at isoplethink lalHt IIlIk I elunng a per cent interest frolll dote rude begins al He RAINRY JK W V 1rewltt auetfo w- erPUBLIC SALE I will toll at public auction nt the lat John H farm two hilly t fralR lluttonvllle on Mlddleburg pike ou- TUKHDAY MBIT IT 1W7 the following pertonal property vlst our brood rnnre three voile ono bon colt tenor of heavy work hums II 110111 l uif Ollritcln WtIr buck nnd to IIOIooUIIl on lIefJl1InImplement contlitliiK er limy plow and harrows earn rusher shor e wagon ict wagon hai less l runabolltlot of hewn torn two 01 three loads of old hey In Oral 01 place to te rtntttl front of inky ulltl- lJanl alms huusehokI nllli kitchen turn tUft Term made known oil dny of Mile hale bvgln nt 10 x C II vANAIts DtIL HuttonvllleKy Oupt T I English A- ndPUBLIC SALE Having decided to farming and iuov to town I will sell at public auction at till Mrs H Hlutt fiimS Northeait o Hlantordnml mile Northraul of Tmjrlor witch on tho ioihtn A Dix Ulver turnpike on BATUnDAY MBIT 7 lOff Tho following One pai of Jcllrolll 14liand mare mule kind a in gentllL and gaol worker I grry mare 7 tnr lll lelIiRndln furl to Oty jack line one extra good work mare Denmark ram lly mare gentle and good worker and H foal to lack 11 y mare o7eorsadd sire by lamiwtta Wllke lit haul by Wllke otXl driver and In fool to Aihtiuu IIrook T llnrrl A 1111 Wood nil trot ting Rtalllon Thl inarol fast lIRR oil by her side I Ashland llrook anti It Is good ufP I Iellrold siry ally by King psi- Ic and out of 1lIlI1l1rk suture Thh flit with the proper attention and very lItu n IIIlIn Unit wII 0CItIKentllekII rennet by Hilly ne by Major lonllell 710 out of thin Jennet Ijuirn Hubble by Hunker 1111111111oon o llrlenolln hand and II tad suture In rant to jack l111Rf1 nllll IIIU 101t two yeorKdd colts well nutltel hH- c01llono with OUIII clllf by her IllIe IIlIlftJrellhI I yearihig beUlfj U shunt hrllOtllow l Ihurlo wigot of Imrness HIding lultlvntoriOIIIIIIIPIOlllUlldtJri eer Ilnrruw No 4 Oliver Chilled Turni Plow and oche thing too numerous to mention Hale tl an 1lCelit sharp- VISItMHAllsuutsof tioiind under end In hand and nil over amount n credit Ilx will lie iurchnser t ii In- IIote with note to tour cont lIrprott1oeClirl of sale negot Ia ltr and pnynble In the IIncoln Ooun Nut tlonal hunk No to he reinoved until terns the tale are compiled with J II HAUTAIN Htnnford Ky Col J Chandler Auct 1 For Bale hy GEO II FARRIS Stanford Kv r ee Friday Night Upon the urgent request of a lot of skaters the Stanford Rink Club will give n rink Friday night Aug 30th Plenty ot skates All outoftown lovers of skating are invited to come and bring their friends Reserve your skates Doors open nt 730 oclock 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 getthem outof our way we have reduced all Ladies LowShoes as fol lows Ultras from 3 to HBrockporet from 250 to 2 2 goods to 125 I 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 1It several pairs for them to wear to school Mens Low Shoes Walkover make in the season 350 and 400 now 250 and 300 I y Better get them while you can It is saving you money r tens H J McJROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Ponpadour Perfume It costs more but you do not have to use as much and it lasts longer so that it really is cheaper Try it and you will always use it 100 per ounce PENNYSi DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ATTEND THE GREAT Casey county Fair rt At Liberty 1 AUG 28 29 30 Liberal premiums on all kinds ofaStock C H BARTLE JASON WESLEY President Secretary BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all depnrtmentsHigh School Grammar Interme diate Primary Music Cooking nnd Sewing Only three places left in thotdormitory and cottages but good homes in the town are openjjto students Terms Board nndjtuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820 815 For catalogue nddre MISS IDA M TAYLOR PrincipalaMount Vcr on Ky Calicoes New hall patterns in fled Indigo Blacks and Grays nt flic GinghamsG- ood assortment of medium nUll dark Ginghams nt 10 nnd 12ic Com pared with the price of other wash goods thoso nro very cheap Percales Now dark patterns in ynrdwido Pcncnlo ut lie usual price 12o nUll 15c I STANFORD KY Aua 27 1907 ISE our window for big reduction imlo of box papers COc and 25c boxes now IScto room for new stock Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS t MISS BEULAII CARSON Went Up toI Crab Orchard Saturday Mn M F ELKIN of Lexington was hero Saturday with old friends MR GEO P MAURY of Joplin Mo Joined his wife at Mr J N Mcnefco s Saturday MISSES MARGARET AND HAJIVJE DUNN of Danville are the guests of Mrs J C Lynn Miss SUSIE THOMPSON of Mt vcr non spent several days with her sister Mrs Logan IL Hughes MISSES MATTIE LEE HUDDLE nnd Ethel Walter of Lancaster visited friends and relatives hero MR COULTER WHITE and children of Liberty are visiting Mr Isaiah White nnd family near Moreland MRS It C COFFEY of Moreland is Improving from n siege of fever Sho has suffered a number of relapses v Mn ARTHUR U GLOSTFR wife and children of Middlesboro spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs M C Saulley Miss FLORENCE EPPERSON and broth or Albert Epperson of tho McKinney section attended the Columbia fair r MRS LEWIS HUSSINO is enjoying a visit from her father Mr J H Kout of Stanford Somerset Republican PROF AND MRS L C UOSLEY of Danville were hero Sunday to see Mrs Mary C Givens who is somewhat bet ter MR WALTER G SAUNDERS who has a splendid railroad job at Beaumont Texas is hero with relatives and FANNY THOMPSON of near Prcachorsvllle is the guwt of her cousins the Misses ThompsonMt Vernon Signal Mn J M DUNCAN and Miss Jennie Duncan of Lancaster were here Sat urday to leo Judge C Warren who Is improving IlEV J W IIAOw wire and children who have been with Mr J F Cash nnd family for some time left Sotur day for Shelby county to visit relatives j MR D 0 LEWIS who moved Rood House some two years ago from tho Southern end of this county orders his I J sent to Waynesburg un ell further orders MR M 0 VANDEVEER JR und wife of Little Rock Ark are guests of M 0 VanDevcer and family This is Mr VanDovccrs first visit to his old home In seven years MR D M ANDERSON and family have moved into tho property recently purchased by them on Logan Avenue We welcome Mr Anderson and splendid family to Stanford MISSES ELIZABETH BECK of McKin fey nnd Mary Carter of Stanford are tho guests of MM J W Davis on Grif fin Ave They will remain hero nnd take In the fairSomersct Times SMITH YOWELL wife daughter Miss Annie mother and aunt Mrs A U McKinney of Hustonville have return from tho Jamestown Exposition de 1cd with all they saw In the Old Dominion h MRS P P NUNNELLEY of Stanford has been visiting her nephew Mr J L Trlbblo and family near lIIaltavlllo Mrs F P Friable and son Hudson havo been visiting relatives in Huston villeLancastcr Record 1 DR P I TRUEHART wire and daughter Miss Virginia Truchcart of Sterling Kansas are tho guests of his slater Miss Florence Truchcart This is tho first visit the doctor has made to Stanford In a number of years MR C L PRUITT who recently his stock of goods dwelling etc at Middleburg to Mr William Wheat has moved to Moreland for the present Ho and his excellent wife will very probably locate at some point In North Carolina Mats MAUD BELL of Hustonville was In town Tuesday Miss Kato Bo gle and Doc Drye driving a span of beautiful blacks passed through Sun 10day afternoon to the Columbia fair where tho horses aro expected to wear the blueCasoy County News MR N E COFFEY who is stationed Canal Zone l iSnaisin the McKinney section visiting his f Mr speaks highly 4 and family Mr Coffey of the Isthmus but of course is delighted to be back at his old Lincoln county home again MRS MOLLIEWRAY remains quite ill MRS MARY STRAUR is visiting in Lou isville MR MATT WOODSON went up to Middlesboro yesterday MRS W F VAUOIIAN returned from a visit to Mercer county Mna J a BRUCE of this place is at Sims Olympian Springs MASTER JAMBS COOPER Is visiting hh aunts and uncles at Nashville L WEAKEN Huciiua and Geo Mono fee were in Lexington Sunday Miss MANCIB WARn of McKinney was here yesterday with friends MRS JAMIE Carpenter spent severs days with her parents in Louisville Missus LIZZIE SIMPSON of Garrard and Sara Cook of Lexington are at Petosky Mich MR S W MENRFEE wife and sont of Detroit are with the family of Mr J N Menefee MRS J R MOUNT of Lancaster was here Friday en route to LaGrange to visit relatives Miss ELLEN DALLOU has returned from n dollghtfulnnd slayr at Toledo pointsJMiss CLARA COOPER has secured a good in tho State School forttho Deaf at Council Bluffs Iowa 5 HUIIERT CARPENTER and Mike Penny will do tho battery work for the Cral Orchard team at Mt Vernon today ZION H D GREGORY of Covln joined his family hero Saturday They all went up to Crab orchardcesterday to visit tho family MR W A BEAZLEY and family of Lancaster will leave about 1 for Los Angeles California to spendIyear or more His son Dr W S licazloy Is doing nicely In that city Mr ll sold his interest In the coal firm of Austin Bcazloy to Frazier Hurt of Hynttsville LO LSIFRUIT cans And jelly glasses at Farris SOUTlf VEND watches for sale at Muellers SPECTACLES eyeglasses etc at W H Muellers Fon tho host line of ranges to from go to Farris MR AND MRSM a WILLIAMS Somerset were hero Sunday en route to Mt VernonITHE Ladles Aid Societety the Pres byterian church will have a called meet ing at the church Friday afternoon at 3 oclock MR J R BEAZLEY left yesterday with his fine string of 11 show for tho London fair Wo hope he win everything he goes after SUNDAY nights Southbound passen ger train ran over and killed Gyp Agent J S Rices pet dog The little fellow was 13 years old and very smarts TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices S THE Jumbo camp meeting will begin Aug 30 Tho tabernacle has been com plctcd and everything is in readiness for the entertainment of the visitors Everybody invited FOR SALEWashed Ohio river sand Tho Masons at Crab Orchard have received a car load and offer part sale Call on or write to Geo B lyno chairman building committee 2t BANKS HUDSON of Lancaster was badly hurt in a runaway Saturday afternoon Ills jaw bone was broken 11in two places several teeth were knocked out and he was otherwise Injured FRIDAY night theseries of dances given by Mr J N Mcnefce Jr at Waltons Opera House and it 1WIlS very much enjoyed by those who delight in tripping tho light fantastic Q R JONES of Yosemite has bought of J K Coffey tho old Middleburg wa ter mill and will equip it with new modern machinery This will bo good news to the people of that section of Casey who have had to go to either LibI erty Hustonvlllo or McKinney for their grindingI NEVER OWNED A SHOOTING IRON Mr Solomon Estes of the Eubanks section who Is drinking tho health giv ing waters of Sims Olympian Springs is 72 years old and has never owned Igun or a pistol I have never found need of such things and dont want them about my home ho said while talking about the pernicious habit of carrying concealed weapons Get Ready for Now ia the time to buy your school needs Our now goods are coming in null we can supply you nt saving prices Mauyjf the goods we Offer cant he replaced at the same money SEVERANCE SON STANFORD spentSundny School IIAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co ONLY a few of good creamery cans left Farris FOR SALEOo sharoof stock in Buffalo Fishing Club W 0 Hopper DONT forget tho skating rink at Waltons Opera House Friday night JUST rcclcved n line of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton Tim Liberty fair begins tomorrow Wednesday and continues over Friday Go and insist on your friends doing like wiseFon SALE Nice pony cart with and back rest also a good second hand Frazier brake cart W L Me Cnrty 2t IN the Garrard circus court Samuel Jennings was given five years in the penitentiary for killing Mace Miller case will not be appealed CRAP ORCHARD Graded School tax is due If not paid before Oct 1st per cent penalty will bo added Maurice M Perkins collector and treasur er LOST between R S Scuddcrs and McKinney an open face silver watch with fob made of coin Return to Miss Mancio Ware McKinney and receive reward QUALITY counts We guarantee every Hart Schaffner Marx suit all wooland satisfactory or your money back Avoid cotton mixtures Fall styles now ready Cummins McCla rySMR J N MENEFEB is repairing his store house property on Lancaster street for tho Church of Christ congre gation they having rented it for a house of worship It will be ready for occupancy about Sept 1st SALEttucky for sale ranging in size from 40- r to 700 acres From 30 to 100 per aero in price Write us for list or description Hughes Swincbroad Real Estate Dealers Lancaster Ky A WHOPPER Mr W T Moore and J T Wilkinson caught n CJ pound catfish on a trot lino yesterday morning early and shipped it straight through to Tubby Wilkinson at Stanford In visitIIa an made a speech as ho Is somewhat of an orator Mr Mooro captured a cat fish Saturday weighing 41 pounds Casey County NewsP- ENNiNCTON SoLOGcntry Owens sold their fine thoroughbred horse Pennington to Peyton Aikcn of Lex ington for 500 lie is a full brother to County Clerk This splendid colt bears the name of Mr Eph Pennington deputy county clerk than whom there Is no better In the State and his namesake promises to bo just as good n runner as Mr P is a clerk NEW WELLMrFM Sims the clever mine host of Sims Olympian Springs just over the lino in Casey cooklnltrpurposes oral water He has not had it analyzed but will do so right away It Is very strong sulphur even stronger than that of his famous well but unlike it the fact that it has a cooling taste as if It contained peppermint Ho and his many friends and patrons will await the result of the analysis with much terest The well is within 60 feet of the old ono and seems to have an InexI haustible supply of water TilE editor of this paper is glad to beat his post this morning feeling much the better for a weeks recreation and heartilyIwas his first outing for any lengthof timo since ho took charge of tho I J seven years ago and to say that he en eyed it but feebly tells tho tale As stated last issue he and his family were domiciled at Mr William Dam rons just below Mt Salem amost de hospitablehomeand to know well the members of his plenaIthose wanting an A 1 place to rest They set an excellent table and leave nothing undone that will add to tha pleasure of those who are fortunate enough to be with them TWENTYTWO people took advantage of tho cheap rate to Cincinnati Sunday LOST a silk jacket in paper marked Miss Bertha Eads Return to this of fleeSKATINO nc Waltons Opera House Friday night Doors open nt 730 FALL styles in mens and boys clothes now ready Browns prevail Suits 6 to 25 Cummins McClary FOR SALEStore room In Opera house flock now occupied by the Post office A good investment For particulars see or address either Mrs Mattie V Kirby or L H Hughes Stan ford KySHERE in Stanford oldChristie church building Is being used by Boone Walls for a livery stable but a strand cr sight will be witnessed next Sunday when the membership of Christs church will assemble in the building on Lancaster street which Mr W 0 Speed ran his saloon in until Feb 9 LAND SEEKERS A beautiful illustra ted harvest edition of the Baylor County Banner free Roosevelt said Tex as is the Garden spot of the Earth This will tell you how cheap the land is and why the land will double In value in a short time Write and bo surpris ed T J North Seymour Day lor County Texas BARN BURNEDMrsShelby Tevis who owns Travelers Rest in the Northwestern part of this county ia peculiarly unfortunate Several years ago his home burned a year or so later his large barn was consumed by fire and was rebuilt on a larger scale and on Saturday afternoon it also burned to gether with 2500 bales of hay and oth er feed The loss is fully 5000 with no insurance Spontaneous combustion is supposed to have caused the fire Mr Tevis legion of friends sympathize deeply with him in his heavy losses No1 BLUE GRASS FARM SALE Containing 251 acres of rich fertile land fine for hemp and tobacco En tire farm Is in grass except 25 acres All in fine state of cultivation will grow anything tha can be grown on fine blue grass land A 1000 residence In fine repair Two good barns crib buggy house coal house ice house etc Anyone wanting a nice home 1J miles from town and right at Graded School and churches will do well to call and see this place before buying as it is one of the most convenient homes in the county and one of the best watered farms to be found any where cistern well spring branches and ponds For further particulars call on or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky Owen Tyler has announced for the democratic nomination for Mayor of Louisville Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Green MeMullon IMnlntllT vi BSMVenv ers ndiiir vt nt iHftiulunts Notice of Hnl Iuriiuuit to n Judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court above styled salon tile uniUTBlginxl Commissioner will onMONIAYHi 1tT91I7I- s twcen and 1 Iln front of the court ItoukodoorlnHtnnfonl Ky sell at public outcry to nod best bidder the follow Int tleicrlbcil property to satisfy n luilpmunt obtained herein for the turn of ll5 amt 0 per cent Interest Jnnunr until paid 1111111loptl0Juno phtlntltl for the further sum of l 3 with Interest thereon from January lOll IInlll together with tho costs of thIs action The following described personal property will first be sold towlt One steam clrcu orsarrhuh lconsisting of one inch VII boiler l sy Im11u nod lloclley engin- lnkerfnvledoublesnwrlg v edging saw cut on saw belts ana nuiiciiuiviiii whist nt the time of the institution thadnction tO F Wbeelilonf In Pu- asklcountyKy of lit not sulll Iiilentfollowing lIeHcrlb tOWltt A certain tract of land In Lincoln cOUllt tho waters of Orab Orchard York ofluck Creek and bounded thus teginning lit n white oak cornet to Georgo- Tllrner his lint N 62 W re pates to beech near the top of a lull thence W S3 polei to n white oak nt the foot of the hill by a road thence N O K poles to a stake sassafras anti two sycamor- emrkelthenceNG8E17poles tpa stake In of sawdust poles ton a pile tree on hank of creek thence N K IKllt8 IUllllr to nn nlh on tank of creek tlltnco awl elm by creek- hunroH32i21 to n poplar Poles to n muply thence to two chestnuts on sldo- of 11 N poles hill thence l6 W a0 poles to n buckeye IIIIlI wllinut tllollcO H51 W pol18 to n IIIIlI chestnut thence Ii W tO pules to blilich ory of chestnuts thence Eta F11 poles to a stone thence H W Ipoles to the beginning containing W acres more or less The sale will bo made on n credit of sU mOllthl the purchaser beIng required to vu land with security payable- theto Oonlllllls oner and herring 9 per nt interest front Onto of sale until paid sold will be remittedA lien on the property to secure the bond GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Soft Finish Bleach Cotton This wo purchased three months ago It is worth today 13Jc Our price lie J Apron Ginghams All size check nUll colors nt ic yard School Shoes AB usual wo are satisfied to offer only the host Zeiglcrte highgrade nUll Gudmans medium Now goods just in South East Corner Main and IDepot StreetsI New Goods We are now prepared to show you a full lino of Silk Gloves in Tun Drown White and Black 16 button length from 8175 to t82 Nice assortment of Beauty Pine- Ninoquitrler Bleach Sli Ling Read llado Sheet New Combs Bolts Pocketbooks and Veiling Make this your shopping place TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY LAST CALL I I In order to make room for Fall goods we will close out our entire line of Ladies and Childrens Oxfords at greatly reduced pricesS 3 Oxfords 250 250 Oxfords 2 2 Oxfords 160 150 Oxfords 120 W J5 Perkins CrIIKentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let us help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Department of the Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to ac complish Address J C LEWIS or E II LYLE London Ky r The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffict at Stanford atI tseendclati matter t SUBUSHHD TUESDAYS AND VRIOAT CASHI 100 PER YEAR JlFWhen not powill be charged I Jesse W Sweeney rsorsiETon Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEAny Ir fltretcher can Uewland nt Htanford lie has one he will show you nnd take your order and will till he lame on short notice n T LUNSFORD NOTICE I Olympian Springs sltunted miles Rout 0 H It Htot a station on the unMlddleburg now and which pencfrrthedtnntmettttofIth ulna turn Hver ach and Ilowel Troubles UlwumntUni a peclnlty nt reasonable rates For partlcu tan and terms address F M SIMS Pror RF D fox 3S llustonvllle Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 5T NFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY 1Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between Strings and town 4 tulle from Halt Sulphur ante- distance frowu Springs Splenuld tu tile and cool comfortablerooms Hates J7 per week INSURANCELife and rite and CoinpnnteaLlteprreientedLowest Poi ibis RtesOudraTa with Kec MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Realdence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there is so little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit mode to your measure tallort I have handsomeltnoofspringtMumnnergool I oan make from a to lowtrice the finest dress Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep relent is second to none HC KUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky WallstBooneSuccessors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Olven Commercial Men lllgs at Reasonable Rates Stock Pens In Connection Also for nil kinds of Harvesting Machinery Hnsollno stud Htenm JiiltItThreshing Machinery and Haw commission salesmen altsecond and machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Homo Phone 85 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm erStAlso Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY nett AAeli is 1rAae ilti ssr itiei FARMERS DEPARTMENT T A Rice sold a lot of corn at crib at 325 B D Holtzclaw bought a lot or sheep at and GJc Sijl Myers sold to J M Coffey a pair of aged mules for 205 Lutes Lynn bought of E L Sow der seven yearlings at 335 David Lynn sold to B D Holtzcla two car loads of hay at 12 H J McRoberts sold to M S Baug man a fine Jersey cow for 50 FOR SALE10 good yearling mule Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky Sidney Dunbar sold to Sims of Springfield 20 yearling mules at 135 D B Tudor bought a two ycaro mule at Lancaster yesterday for 110 Robert Tucker of Saratoga N Y sat for 40 hours in a faro game and won SALE15 weanling calves and yearlings Good G W Lunsfon Stanford It FOR SALE3oo good stock ewes Fresh from mountains Lynn Lutes Stanford Wm Royston of Garrard bough two weanling mule colts at 100 and sold a twoyearold mule for 210 B G Fox of Danville will be here September court to buy two carloads or mule colts Have your mules in town FOR SALEThree threeyear mar mules and one threeyearold hors mule Good workers J J Wrigh foreland J H Baughman bought of Myers I Lutes 75 1000 pound cattle at 4c They bought these cattle of Jesse F litTe some weeks ago at tic J T Hammonds of Russell county sent 40 good yearling cattle to his father T J Hammonds who bought tho King place on Hanging Fork Mi lammonds has put them on grass Meier Huffman bought of M J Farris a bunch of 300 pound butcher icifers at 350 T J Curtis of Richmond sold to J W Bales of Lexington 70 export cattle to be shipped to Liverpool They averaged 1450 pound and sold at 560 Advocate Jonas and Sim Wiel bought and shipped 264 export cattle for the Liverpool England market from Madison They were raised by local farmersToE Baldwin 81 Dave Parrish 3Gj Thoma Phelps 70 and Waller Parks 77 They averaged 1480 pounds and brough 550LANCASTER COURT There wer tome 200 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday but the demand was not great Some extra good cattle sold at IIc but 3 to 4c was the ruling price A number of mule colts sold at 40 to 100 The horse market was dull A rood crowd was present John S Baughman and son sold to John B Chenault of Richmond a three rear old harness mare for 300 J A Wood Co bought four driving horse at prices running from 140 to 200 lack Hughes sold this week for Mr LG Edelen a Rex Peavine filly to a Louisville party for 750 She tool blues wherever shown this season and is considered a very fine Individual Advocate The following Lincoln county people got ribbons at tho Brodhead fair Best mule over two and under three years old J H Thompson first best jacl any age J111 Cress first and second out of five shows Mr Cress carried r1f- four blues with this splendid jack which Is only one year old and stands 15A handsbest jennet any age J M Cress best boy horse back rider under 15 years old Charley Dunn of Lincoln first best combined mare or gelding over two and under three F M Ware first best saddle mare or gelding F M Ware firstMt Vernon Signal 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 tho at lament possible with the advanced knowledge of which tho race Is now possessed Tim critical period that determines its duration seems to be between 50 and the proper care of- tIle 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 vitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Penny s Drug Store John Sharp Williams once ran afoul of Tom Reed This is the way he tells- the story himself I met Mr Reed coming out of the cloakroom and he- said to me in that peculiar drawl of- his Williams whatever makes you- such a bitter partisan Well Mr Speaker thats pretty good coming from you isnt it I replied Never mind me ho replied But why are you- such a bitter partisan 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 npt move part of the time I consult ell the very best medical skill available but could get no relief until Fo- loys Kidney Cure was recommended to me It has been a Godsend to me1 G L Penny Four section hands wero killed In a railroad accident near Eureka Mo MATRIMONIAL Louis Holm an Anderson county man and Miss Bessie Canthcrs of Mercer county were married In JefTersonvil by Squire Kenmig At Williamstown at tho home of Mrs Dr J M Wilson Miss Emma Wilson and Prof John L Ilillan instructor in the Louisville schools were marriedSuit annul the marriage of George Rhodius the Indianapolis man who It was charged was kidnaped was filed at Indianapolis An estate valued at 700000 Is Involved The following invitation has been received by Stanford friends Mrs Mary Wood Blue requests the honor or your presence at the marriage of her daughter Anne Howard to Mr John Sidney Adams on Wednesday alter noon Sept eleventh nineteen hundred and seven at five oclock 315 Madiso Avenue Montgomery Alabama Mi Adams Is a son or Mrs M J Adams of this place and a fine young man an his friends here rejoice at his luck Chamberlains Colic pholor and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we hind throo doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed In vain At last when all hope seemed to bo gone wo began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoc Remedy and In a few hours ho began to Improve Today ho Is as healthy a child as parents could wish for Mrs B J Johnston Linton Miss For salo by all drugilstsI Kentucky Fair Dates The following arc the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1007 as far as reported Nicholasville Aug 273 dnysILondon Aug 274 days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 3t days Bardstown Sept 4I days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- Shepherdsvllle Aug 204 days Shclbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 3five days Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experlonci great benefit by taking Foleys Hone y and Tar as It stops dlftlcult breathing Immediately and heals the inflame air passages and even If It should fall to cure you It will give Instant relief The genuine Is In a yelloxvpack age G L Penny The urchin tried to kid the cow Which couldt well be did The peevish bovine raised a row And promptly cowed the kid 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 performance In the universe unless it Is the action of the bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 23o Bruce Woodward a prominent merchant of Booneville and one the testknown men in Owslev county is dead Most of us after raising cain have tp top awhile to raise the wind Our only hope lies in a rotation of crops PUBLIC SALE I will null nt public sale at Cab Orchard tar on HATITUUAY HKIT 1IM- my fiveroom cottage at that place The louso u modern In build and has three lorches Hood outbuildings garden and an ibundanro of fruit Lot contains tau hero of line land Term made known on tiny of rite J I HTrKMIKWIKX- R F No Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I The property of MriW R Dickinson do eell will told at auutlon on the Irolll- beHllt limb Orchard at i P M Mupt 7 Itsinsisting or about M acres of laud haute good Improvements also household alld kitchen furniture hand pnlnteU tins Wllrl Other thlngii In house too numeroiu to mention Home farming c Ladle specially Invlttd 1lIIlIlelllllnhIhouse nut landUca h luilnnco lonths with Interest trout on J UILKKICHON Hum K Reynolds Auct for loirs Blue Grass Farm for SaleIiI wish to soil farm aft miles Wet ot ustuuvllle mile from Ire And Cnr on rsHtatloucuusUtlng nt lI5I1CIl8 of rich IIlue grass temp or tuhnceo lwid till lu ass Tills farm can buoqually divided to Ivantngo so ns to hove n good dwolllng on tell piece also necessary outbulhhllKS1 Iho farm lays almost Inu idle In linos There lire three stock barns I good tobacco burn I itnblvi tenant into good water In every Held six Ipr1llN 3 strvam running through wholll tract J HTKKLK OARPKNTKR llustonvllle Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A fine blu grass farm for sale situated on new tike near Point Leavell and six mills luth of Latent contalnliiK ax acres II located In g od neigtrlorliool J11I1- of the John Wlilker trot with II hund IOIlIl new twostory sevenroom residents JI 1IcolI recently cumpletiHl with all out and good now burn tuxCO AVcll Wllteroo nix never falling springs and crook rllnlllnl through alias cash In hand balance ono anti two ellrl from tiny of sale bearing six per nt Interest until paid Persons look such nlcaso K M and liWlle Walker living on nt Point Leaven or W O Walker Iwrlto Ky Isnbehlui1LLnnd W O Point Leiivell Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White1 Mill linn boon thoroughly renovated and Is nov Hi line condition to iniiko the l ot of Flour custom grinding done on oacl TUKHIJAY and for the toll ns torlllerly Ole uue n trial W II H I1TUllrollrtetorJ 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but first chars Companies Itcprc sen ted Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres ot rich Blue Grass land This land is tine 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 lock barns one new stock barn the farm Is well watered with never failing springs and creek It Is on a good turnpike and Dear town and school This is an upto ate place and will be sold at a bargain if old within the next 60 days H cash bal nee to suit purchaser For further in irmatlonin regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky lures Gapes Instantly Bardstotvn Ky Juno 7 1007 One drop of BM144 dropped down lhe bill of a gaping chicken kills tho orm and relieves the chicken Instant Iy When fed In the feed or water its tho best preventive I have over used WILL COOTIES B4114 Is guaranteed by your druggist StanfordDrug Co to cure Cholera Gaps Roup and Limber neck Price cents No euro no tapHave you received an appoint mcnt to tho FALL TERM of tho State Normal Ifnot sea you County Superintendent at once ubout it Tho institution stands for tbe teachers and pupils of Kentucky rural schools If you have not seen tho now cats log write a postalcard request for ono today Address R N ROARK Richmond Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic turo Frames Shades Laco Curtaini and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley lint charge ol the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 160 or 133 The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The State College or Kentucky offer the following course namely Agricultural Mfchaulcal Engineering Civil Knulnrur ing Mining Knglnvurliig Electrical Kn IllIeerlnl Nnrpial School OII1I1ICa and suvun course each or which ex tunds over four years and leads to the lacholoridnir course UorKunlzwl under n nepiirnto faculty Thu KCIKTIII faculty conUIIng or professors nsilstnnt professors rind instructors numbvri over- County o nppolntuo receive free privilege of residence In dormitories fu11- IIIIIIIIIhts rind traveling vxponses If they rfiimlu ten consecutive months or one eollegillto year rise Inlarnturles Dud niuseuuu are large well equliedcotupreltentlurind niodorii Military Science Is for RI ru congress Graduate In the several courses of study readily llnd omploymont with Illwral re numeration The total of mntrlcu late llIlt year wan ivi Knch dvpnrtinent has a peclnll t nt Its head with the nuces wry numliur of imslstants Hummer schools are provided for In Pedagogy KiiKliuorlnir and instruction In Hclinco and thu Liberal Arts The young women tlndnnvxcollunthoino with board rind lodging In Patterson Hull which Is well iiuliivd with all modern couenlelll rooms hall for physlcol culture lit ytu er week Alt the courses of study In till open to young identicalwomen upon conditions those applying to manic Tin nttvmlaneo upon the Normal School In connection with the Department of Hdu cation last year more than doubled that of yea- rIhreonewbulldingnamely one for the- JepnrtmentofEducnttonOhio for Agricul tural Hcloncc u Jlall are In processor erection and will bo completed next collegiate year For Catalogues method of obtaining np pointments Information regarding courses lit tcrmof admission apply to JAM K PATTEH80N Ph n L I D Pros or UO Krnzoe lint Agt Lexington Ky fall Term Begins Sept 12 Wit Great Stock Relief SaleJ AllSummor Goode must go in order to make room for tho large stock of uptodnto PitH Goods that Is to route iu shortly 818 and 820 Mens Suits cut to 814 18 815 anti SlOfiO Mens Suits out to 12 08 81200 nnd 81350 Mens Suits cut to 10 08 810 Mens Suite cut to 7 08 8750 Mens Suits cut to 5 08 r 85 and GGO tens Suits cut to 308 Mens 84 oxfords cut to 3 25 J Mens 83SO Oxfords cut to 2 08 liens 83 Oxfords cut to 2 18 Mens 8250 Oxford cut to 2 24 Tho prices of Ladies Misses anti Childrens Oxfords cut accordingly Ro number that nil our Summer Goods go nnd nt prices nccoriUng to tlioso ibove f SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY m n u New Stock of SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS At W H HIGGINS r Stanford Kentucky More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har rows Oliver Plows First National BankStanford Kyi re Capital Stock 50000 Thlf Institution was orlglnallyeltbUbe4- a the Deposit flank of then reorganized ae the National Hank of Stanford In 1885 and agate reorganised as the First National nk of Stanford in 1112 baring had practically an unlntir raptad existence for II It Is better supplied now with facilities for traasact lor buloell promptly and well than nor before lu its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Offlo rs J L noOKKH Prest BT HARRIS V Pre JJ McROnKHTS Ohr W II WRARGNAislObn Directors V Reid D nTllle 1 T Harris Stanford t J Iloeker Stanford K L Tanner MeKlnney M D Elmore Stanford II Hanrhman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Ilaughtnan Stanford J U Pettui Stanford 0 B Tate Stanford WantedFarmsIf you have n Farm or any kill of property you want to sell or an account or note you want collected write to us nt once Wo refer you to- any bank in Somerset as to our reliability Ad dross Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ivy New Line of Blue aDd While loam eled wore Good values Buy before you J are too late y GEO D HOPPER t Main Street STANFORD KY