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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tt 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1907 NO 521In Loving Memory of Mrs Nannl McClure On AUR 11 1907 Nannie the bclov cd wife of Fred McClure passed rom this Sorrowful Star to her heavenly home Sho was the daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Goodo and wusOi years old All her life sho loved her Savior acknowledging Him aa her Lord at the tender ago of 12 years The sweet in tense of her religion passel upon fan lly friends and neighbors and all classes speak of her charity and thoughtfulnes of the feelings of others A com plica tlon of diseases set up which battled tho skill of one of our finest physicians Dr W J Edmiston and tho eminent Dr Brown of Stanford Sho was tenderly nursed by Mrs Sabra McClure tho most skillful nurso in our county and all that n devoted husband and fom parents could do was of no avail Jest wanted her In a fairer cline For her nil pain and sorrow have censed and IIhe f has entered into the joys no eye hath seen no ear hath heard neither hath it entered into the heart of man to know what the Lord hath prepared for those who lovo Him A loving ten der companionship has been severed and Fred will look for her and long to lIeo her sweet face and hear her cncrwrag Ing words again and as he looks Into tho eyes of his little motherless chit he feels that no ono ever had to suite liko he docs and so with the strickci irarenta who cherish her last loving words Papa Mamma they too fee that none ever had so heavy a burden but some day there will be another transported to this same beautiful land if they so desire it and then another will go and as they view the jjrandcui and drink in tho celestial beauties they will say Oh why should the people on earth grieve over death Wher our Savior conquered death Hia victor t was complete and death has no terrors the grave no horror to those who die In the Lord and precious in the sight oC the Lord is tho death of JIll vainb As far back as tho ages roll death has been tho common portion of all things and tears disappointments and partings will continuo to come as lung as we remain upon earth Out In that beautiful country we read of in Cods word no such things as pain death or part- Ings will ever come and no place for a tear So when you know that Nannii has entered a land of joy dont grieve as those without hope but put your house in order make all preparation for your heavenly journey let her sweet memory bo your beacon to light you homeward and once again husband father mother and brother wil bo a united family where the sorrows and cares of this earthly life can nol enter to mar your joys So trust your loved one to the one Who loaned her to you hero and you will see her again not In the poor weak ileshy form you lost looked upon but gloriously rat I diantly beautiful she will exclaim Oh husband mother father brother Ive been looking and waiting to wel come you home So sorrowstricken ones wo point you to Jesus Who doeth all things well and when you puss the portal you will understand what today seems so deeply mysterious for Nannie has Lifes race well run Lifes work well done Lifes crown well won Now cometh rest H A B HAD AN AWFUL TIME ButChamborlalns Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him U Is with pleasure that fIve you Mils unsolicited testimonial About a your ago when 1 had u severs case of t monsles I got caught out in a hard rata and tho measles settled In my stomach mind bowels I had nn awful time and hud It not boon rut the use of Chamberlains Colts Cholera anti- S Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have possibly lived but a fow Lines longer but thanks to this remedy I urn now strong and woll I have written tho ubovo through simple gratitude send I shall always speak a good word for this remedy Sam H c win Concord C5a For sale by all druggists lIon Augustus Willson kept his habit of in his Maysville speech This time It wns not a Todd the Republican nominee for- mayor of Louisville nor was it tho lion Godfrey Hunter Republican nominee for States Senator but his party platform that he bolted Hon Augustus tint ho did not believe in prohibition for tho large cities while his party advocates a Uniform Journal County Unit llillFrankf- ort Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Blutl Mo that Hiicklens Arnica Salvo is the quickest mind sur tI est healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a easo of piles Ive used Hand know what Im talking about Guaranteed Uv lon nys Drug Store sic Democrats To Open State Campaign Preparations Made For Grand Rally at Auditorium Lex ington Ky Aug 31 1907 Prominent Candidates Will Mak Their Initial Addresses The State Democratic Campaign wll bo launched at Lexington on next Sat urday Aug 31st lion W P Kimball Congressmanelect of the Ashland Zdft trlct has been selected by the Stat Campaign Committee to act as chair man of tho meeting and to Introduce tho several speakers on this occasion The addresses will be delivered by Judge S W linger democratic nom nce for governor lion J C W Beck ham governor and lIon John K lien drink democratic nominee for attorney general With these speeches it is in tended that they shall make a complcti answer to the charges made by tho republican leaders and they will defini the issue as between the parties Cully and clearly and will also recite what democracy has stood for in our State the helpful results it has attained am what is promised for tho future This will bo a meeting of the Great Common People determined on lead ing Kentuckys Southland Hosts on ward and upward to tho achievement oC even greater prosperity and to higher morals It will bo n day that will gc down in the history of Lexington as a great political awakening calculated to sweep tho republican ticket oil iU feet Thousands arc going to Lexing ton and Lexington is fully prepared tc receive and welcome them Pledges of loyalty and support are being received from every town and county with railroad connections to Lexington and it is considered by the party leaders that this meeting will win thousands ol votes for tho democratic ticket All railroads are giving reduced rates of one and onethird faro round trip for this occasion Special trains will be run where ever necessary to accommo date the people Farmers Dependents All classes look to the farmer for support The persons and things that con stitute the army of the farmers dependents are various and similar Let us enumerate a few of them Preach ers and hawks lawyers and foxes doctors and minks manufacturers mer chants millers and mice rats rogues roughs officers and owls politicians polecats and snloonlsts drummers and possums and last and least English sparrows and cigarette dudes Poor farmer What will ho doT Onward he plods Hopping his clods Swallowing political rot Its all the sense hes OF EM Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fan I want to say a tow words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used this preparation in my family for tho past live years and have recommended itto a number of people in York county and haro never know It to fall to ollcct a cure In any Instance I feel that I can not any loo much for tho best remedy of tho kind in tho world So Jetnlson Spring Grove York Count 1a Tikis remedy Is for sale by nil druggists Charles Mershon who it will bo remembered played havoc in tho C N O T P yards about two weeks ago by Jumping on an engine and opening up the throttle while tho track was blocked ahead of him was captured in Lud low last week by tho road officers and brought to Somerset where ho was released after giving bond to appear at tho October term of the Circuit Court Journal HUSTONVILLE If you want a blue grass farm In the garden spot of tho earth call on Wil lams Co Hustonville A splendid 200ncre blue grass farm on rural route three miles from town In high state of cultivation good Improvements and lays well forll500 Payments to suit purchaser Williams i Co real estate agents For an impaired Appetite To improve tho appetite and strong then tho digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and LIver Iablots Mr J II Seltz of Detroit lIch 8ayslI1ho restored my up ictlto when impaired relieved mo of a boated fooling and caused a pleas int and satisfactory movemont of tho bowels Price 25 cents Samples reo by nil druggists A Massachusetts man loft 100 a hundred ago to be placed on interest and its proceeds given to charity at tho of a hundred years Theme has expired and tho beneficiaries now receive 72 NEWS NOTES Louis HIggins who murdered W L Copple and wife near Rosalie Neb May 12 last was lynched Officials of tho American Tobacco Company state that the shutting down of the companys factory In Cincinnati is permanent The election on local option in Green county resulted in a victory for tho drys Tho dry side received 107 votes and the wet side 265 A tornado struck the towns of Woods field and New Castle 0 wrecking n number of buildings Nrar Woodslleli n twoyearold child was killed A threeyearold son of A B McKinney of Bath county get hold of a box of matches and setting lire to his clothes was soon burned to death Arrangements have beencompleled in New York for tho organization of a 50 000000 syndicate which plans to develop several million acres of oil lands In MexicoController Plant of the Southern rail way testified at the hearing of the North Carolina rate case and said that under tho new law the earnings would be only 30100 of 1 per cent Three fires within the space of a few hours at Paducah caused a loss esti mated at more than 50000 At ono time it was feared that the entire bus ness section of the city would bo wipes outJeff Lovcll met death under the wheels of his engine while working ir tho yard at Somerset Another yard engine ran into his engine throwing Lovell from the cab underneath the wheels of his engine At Mt Sterling Mrs Lucy Brumet 19years old married only three years and about to become a mother shot and instantly killed Algin Thomas a pros perous farmer 75 years old after Thomas had fired three shots at her Every street car employe in Hender son from engineer to motormen and conductors went on a strike and not a wheel was turned Tuesday The men quit because the company reduced wages and lengthened the hours of workTho Louisville and Nashville train between Winchester and Flannigan Station struck a wagon driven by a Negro killed tho driver and carried his lifeless body on the cow catcher half a mile before the crew of the train knew that anything serious had happened The cases against Elbert Hargis and William Britten charged with complic ity in the murder of Dr B D Cox were passed to Oct 21 on motion of the Commonwealth The absence of John Smith an important witness for the Commonwealth was tho reason for the continuanceTho over Tradewatcr river on the Illinois Central railroad half a mile from Dawson Springs was almost torn away by a collision between two freight trains One engine was thrown into the river the engineer and fire man going down but neither was seriously injured Mrs Lucy Brumet the young woman who shot and killed Algin Thomas an aged man near Mt Sterling was exonerated by the Coroners jury which found that the woman shot in selfde tense It is not probable that the fam- Ily of tho dead man will prosecute the case further In a letter to Commonwealths At torney Robert B Franklin Gov Beck ham assures that official of his coop eration with him in seeing that W S Taylor is protected from arrest and al lowed to return to tho State of Indiana if ho will come to Georgetown to testi fy in tho next trial of Caleb Powers Mistaken in the dark for a bootleg ger Sylvester Morris 74 ycars old a retired minister of Tulsa I T was shot and killed by C R Wilson Wilson in company with another deputy marshal had arrested three bootleg gers and were waiting for other violators of the law when Morris came driving by lie did not stop when ordered and was shot dead A mortgage was filed in tho County Clerks office at Lexington by the Jhesapcako Ohio Railway Company to tho Now York Trust Company and William H White of Va Cor 10000000 covering nil franchises Ights privileges lands and terminals of the line The mort ages will be filed In every In Kentucky West Virginia and Virginia hrough which States the line runs Endorsed theCounty Tho most popular remedy in Otse jo County and the host frlond of my amlly II writes Win M Dlotz editor md publisher of the Otsogo Journal 3tlbertsvlllo N YhIs Dr Kings New Discovery It line proved to bo- nn Infallible euro for coughs undcolds taking short work of tho worst of hem We always keep a bottle in tho louso I believe It to ho tho most raluable prescription known for Lung md Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint tho taker by pennys Drug Store Price Soc anti el Trial bottle fleeJ r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Surveyor J W Starna of Pulaski Is dead Mrs Nannie B Jones has contracts for a 12000 residence in Danville Engineer John L Gray running between Somerset and Chattanooga wa killed In the Q C yards at Winfield TennWilliam Locker died at his home in the Buckeye section of Garrard county after an Illness of several years due to heart disease- Daniel 11year old son of Mack Met riman of Boyle let a rock fall on his index finger The member was so bad ly mashed that it had tobe amputated The Board of Trustees of Central University accepted the plans drawn by Chicago architects and two 100000 buildings will be erected as soon as the work can bo completed Completion of tho Chenoa branch of tho L N railroad in Bell county has opened up many new coal mines in that county and several plants are tak ing out large amounts of the best grades of fuel Tho stock barn of J B Oatta on tho Elk Spring pike near Monticello was destroyed oy fire Ten horses andjmules and a lot of feed and machinery wero burned Incendiarism is charged Tho loss js about 5000 without insurance Deo Wilham son of J T Wilham n Pcrryville merchant andstockman was fatally wounded in a peculiar manner Along with other littlo boys he was swinging to the rear end of a wagon riding when his foot caught in the wheel He was carried rapidly around three times and internal injuries were sustainedThe of R E Goddard in the suburbs of Harrodsburg was destroyed by fire during the absence of tho family The origin of the fire iaun known The loss Is 10000 This was the home of Beriah Magoffin before he became Governor of Kentucky during the Civil War It Is known in history as Temple Hill A Barbourville dispatch says A number of men railed Tom Hale to the door at his home on Richland creek Saturday night and when he emerged began firing into tho houses Hale held a candle in his hand and this was shot into pieces No one was hurt but the house was riddled by bullets according to reports The affair is being thorough ly Investigated and arrests are expect ed Hale was indicted in the Campbell murder caso and is out on bond One of the prettiest dinner parties of the summer was that given last week to Miss Martha Thompson and her guest Miss Mary Eloise Hughes by Judge and Mrs W C Bell The table was beau tifully laid and the menu included the choice edibles of tho season Miss Martha Thompson with guest of honor at her right made a most delightful hostess while Judge and Mrs Bell presided opposite with cordial dignity and grace Four couples from the junior society made the party complete Har rodsburg Herald Augustus Travers while attending church near Danville almost caused a panic among tho largo congregation says a dispatch It was a late hour and he yawned vigorously sucking into his windpipe a largo bug with horny legs The Insect began to scratch and claw and Travers emitted loud gurgling sounds and strange gutteral whoops Travers was pained and excited that ho could tell no ono the causo of his mysterious actions and members of the congregation became frightened and began leaving the church Finally tho bug was ejected from the air passage When the excitement occasioned by the incident had subsided the minister drew a moral from the accident by in forming his congregation that the church was not tho placeto yawn Young men and women educated for profit at Smiths College Lexington Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting nd Telegraphy taught Refers to housands of successful graduates treat demand for our graduates at fine salaries Reputation as cheapest and jest college Write for particulars to Vilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Warning- If you havo kidney and bladder rouble and do notuso Poloys Ktdnoy Cure you will have only yourself to bamo for results as positively cures all forms of kldnoy and bladder dls oases O L Penny The worst feature of tho Taylor return agitation is that it gives Caleb owers an opportunity to trust his of ensive personality on the public There ought to be some way to shut off the perennial nuisance Frankfort Journal Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is sold ndor a positive guarantee to euro onstipation sick headache stomach rouble or any form of Indigestion If it falls the madufacturera refund our money What more can any ono do G L Penny More Than 25000 in Prizes 01Kenluckythat accompanies I- ILowest Rates by Rail and River r 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 laciest trot ting track In the world Trotting Facing Running Races Daily An amusement program running way Into thousands ol dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted I fsEpr162119OjILOUISVILLEA Capt Knahenshue In his passengercarrying alrsblpIbe marvel ot the century with dally flights and exhibitions and a night ride In the air guided by a searchlight captiveballoonSensational acrobatic sets tree each day I And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prices Pains famous Manhattan Death tire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aweinsplfing calamity of 1906 given nightly In the infield in ol the grand stand Three concerts daily by Nitiello and his premier band of filly artists from the Land ol Music KentuckyLegislatureAgricultureWrite and Illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary LonlsvIIU t the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Onrsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preacliersville L G Goocli Waynesbtirg Ky sari eat6 irE XComfort economy anti durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter S rooms and bath room with 815 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Bat I Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO Skating liik Friday Nigljt Upon tho urgent request of a lot of skaters the Stanford Rink Club wilt give a 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 at 730 oclock The Interior Journal 8 Co WALTON r J T ROBERTS Ii candidate for Mnclitrnto In tile Ornb Orchard Magisterial District to the action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER counhllubJCCt 0 party M BRUCE countssubjectparty JAMES C HAYS II a candidate for Jailor ot Lincoln countC subject to the action ot the Democratic party D C ALLEN It it candidate for Assessor of Llncolncoun ty subject to tho action of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Haper For Attorney GeneralJohn HendricksFor Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Boswqrth For Secretary of StateHubert Vreeland For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks The 14yearold Lexington boy who has taken charge of a telegraph office at Paris may be a good operator but hon is entirely too young to take and send train orders A child of that ago can not be expected to have the proper idea of the responsibility of such a position Persons who take the lives of others in their hands should not only bo competent but should have both experience and judgment A large per cent of the wrecks on railroads are due to th carelessness of those taking and sending train orders Therefore behooves railroad Companies to put their safest and best men in such responsible positions The Lexington boy is deserving of congratulation for being so well up in his line but let him take and send messages in a Western Union office c before he tackles the trains r Tim Washington Post says that Tafts speech on the race problem is worth 5000 votes to the Democratic party and that Taylor by his refusal to accept tho offer of immunity of the Kentucky authorities if he would appear in court and testify in behalf of his friend Caleb Powers has made the issue of assassination more or less para mount and the Republicans will suffer on that account The paper also says that Gov Beckham is one of the most skillful politicians now on the carpet and that the coming of Fairbanks Can- nonn Foraker and Knox as promised will play into his hands For a so far from the steno of action th Post shows more than usual of local affairs In fact it states th situation exactly FOLLOWING the disastrous reign of Taylor with Bradley as chief counsel the Democrats in 1900 found every department of the State government in chaotic condition and confidence of peo pie outside the State shaken to such ex tent that much capital was withdrawn and development retarded The pub lic records will bear out the statement athat confidence has been restored under a democratic administration as more money has poured into the State during the last half dozen years than for a quarter of a century before that time OWEN TYLER recently announced as a candidate for tho democratic nomi nation for Mayor of Louisville says that if he is elected he willenforce the law without fear or favor Well is that anything more than he ought to do We fail to see anything remark able about a maa who merely does what law and decency require If Mi Tyler is like unto Ctcsar above sus picion and we assume that ho ishis declaration is superfluous Tile committee having charge of the arrangements for the opening of the Democratic campaign at Lexington next Saturday has received notification from many counties that special trains will bring large delegations to attend the meeting The crowd is expected to surpass in size any that ever attend ed a political meeting in tho Bluegrass Go and take allof your democratic friends with you Tile Somerset Journal will appear as a daily during the fair next week Bul ly for Brer Campbell and his under study Steve Vaught POLITICAL W J Bryan reviewing Secretary Tafts Columbus speech characterizes saysre he takes a strong advanced position r Boyd county Democrats will go to the opening of the Democratic crmpaign at Lexington on a special train to cheer for their homo man There stems to bo no doubt of tho triumph of Edmond F Noel over his op ponent Brewer in tho primaries for the Mississippi Governorship Washington county Democrats in convention to nominate n candidate for Representative pledge their active and vigorous support to tho Democratic State ticket W C McChord was nom inated for Representative without opI Wood democrat and Geo W Welch republican have been chosen as the election commissioners of Boyle county Both are good men and tho parties will get ample justice fro their hands A candidate to oppose Judge John M Lassing for a seat on the Court of Appeals bench will bo named by the Re publicans in convention at Mayville All talk of not opposing Judge Lassing has been abandoned Sam Holmes Leslie Applegate and Sam Anderson are the three leading candidates KINGSVILLE Miss Blanche VanDoveer of Stan ford is teaching here during the illness of Mr Rev Livingston of Crab Orchard filled his appointment at the Christian church Sunday Quito a large crowd attended the Maccabco picnic hero last Saturday It was hardly the success it might have been and we attribute the failure to the absence of many good speakers Tho weather was propitious refresh ments were served and some good mu sic was furnished while somo splendid addresses were delivered by Revs Liv ingston and Ebright and an entertaining speech by State Commander M F Elkin was well worth hearing Shelf J T and his deputy Will Hesterof Stanford attended the Mac Messrs D C Allen J D Swope two candidates for county offices attended the picnic Mrs Cicero Goode of Waynesburg was the guest of her sister Mrs E D Carey Mrs Marion Williams and childre- have returned to Eubanks after a visit ClaudeHester and Alonzo Rigney are visiting Blacksof Floyd is the guest of friends here Mrs Carrie Shelton and daughter of Louisville were the guests of here Miss Lydia McKee leaves Friday for Atlanta Ga to attend school J Ed Boland of Lexington was here last week Mrs W L McCarty and son Mike were guests of her parents here Miss Eva Francis is at home from a visit to her sister at Stanford Mrs Everett Chevolette is visiting friends at London She will also visit in Rock castle before returning home Master Clarence Williams of Eubanks is the guest of Wm Alecks Mrs Charles Trusty and children are visiting at Cor rinth Here and There There are twelve divorce cases to be tried at the September term of the Boyle circuit court John Oster aged 23 was stabbed to drunkereyouneg man e over financial troubles Mrs Anna Huckerwas killed by a lion that escaped from its cage during a circus performance at Pittsburg Pa- St Peter the horse owned by C Cecil and L P Yandell took money at Providence Rhode Island He made a record of 212 The officials at the Philadelphia post office were startled by the explosion o package addressed to Georgo B Cor telyou Secretary of tho Treasury At Mt Sterling a 500 boar owned by Hughes Atkinson engaged in a fight with another boar and sustained injuries which caused his death He was a blueribbon winner Nelson Morris the wellknown Chi cage packer died Tuesday after an illness of several weeks Death was caused by heart disease complicated with kidney troublessThe train on which Secretary Taft was riding was wrecked near Spring Hill Kan The secretary was not in jured and assisted in the work of res cuing those who were Vandals shot and killed a fine mare a lot of hogs and a heifer belonging to Jacob Baford near Owingsville Some weeks ago his saw mill burned and 12 work oxen stabbed to death Baford has no idea who his enemy is MATRIMONIALM Henry Edwards and Miss Alice Cum mins were joined heart and hand at William Rogers Jacob Nance a widower of 48 and Mrs Martha Floyd a widow of 33 were made one here this week Eczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my olio had something of that kind and after using the doctors d remedies for some time concluded to d try Chamberlains Salvo and it prov d to be better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists MATTERSIRev Mitchell J Webb of Baltimore has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Baptist church of Barbour ville Rev J L Yandle will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning Rev C C Brown will preach at Walnut Flat church Sunday afternoon at 330 Eld Ed Hubbard will begin a a series of meetings at the Church of Christ on the second Sunday in September He will be assisted by Eld Bowl of Louis villeTho Kentucky State Sundayschool convention met Tuesday at Madison villo with about 350 delegates present 0mwas the principal speaker at the three sessions held NOTICE Twelve Xrw Woblwr Two fore Wagons with enr and one 1hortc Webber wagon complrto Cheap for cash Hoe llltTo A Jones K- yAttention Please I Any koneft porton detlrlug temporary or xnnnnentemplovmuntINuklcull on Kl rt K Ky P U ad druM lVnyuesburgKy U F No1 OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White s Mill renovated linn lioen thoroughly and U now In line condition to make the lItoet of Flour Mrnl Rte Custom grinding dung on neb TITK8I AY and lor the toll ni formerly Cllvo nu a trial W H lorlCmbOrcbll PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction nt the late John U Carpenter farm two tulle i from Hiiitonvllle on MlddUburg pike on rTtKHIKVY MBIT IT IWI the following personal property viz Four brood mitre three mulv colts one home colt n No bolt of henry work horses hOKtol hull llnteluii ewm 1 bucks sand ondorllllnpIr1 hay rake plows mill harrows l corn crusher I 2nor e wagon set wagon liar nesrl runabout Jot of braikn two or three loads of old hay paint sort urns on plueo to lie routed from dny ornl until furulnMale begins at 10 si Anete HustonvllIeKy PUBLICSALEI 1 will tell to the highest bidder norsr on Lnncaiter and Itlolimond turnpike two miles Houtbof rulnt Lick the following described stork one twoyearold stud by Kentucky Artist out of iulrr mare good young iiiarrf Ito S years oldsle two orohlmare mules salt well oneyearold mules 3 murejt s horsell 9 four yorok mure mules lu Rood stoat calves t Poland Chino Ixmr boats I good 1III11owoIJIIII of cowl timothy hay 8 coats 91 stock hogs ImplementsAll tie on four months credit with good note ne BothblrnudpnynblentlruplealklnklxluLick t t dnte Hale lieglno at II 11AM8KY JitW I11rewltt auctioneer Notice of Election I Regular turn Llncolll pedal court pIIIIngIVace towlt W U Wiitllti J A Uudder or W M Uudilernr and O U Admits It wits moved by Justice W M Dudderar and seconded by Justice W JJ Wnllln that the following ocular Iw taken by this court lbFebruaryy courthouset to the KiitUlactlon of thU court that the court housenow In use U unoafe mid land lireerrntlonthirtytIvthousnnddollars e i IIUlIIIotinKltClllell generaldlogalVutersofor rejection The Hhorlir of Lincoln county Is directed thirtyfnowaJlngerpubllahel hollltllohOhlIcUoDltorcounty thegat the time the same Is held nitlots1IIrolrlollon foryotvoterby that word Xo And said fork rayslwetsne legalvoterslh1Acourtprllared1WOlIledteal of the county to be signed by tho County Judge of Lincoln County Court and CourtllynhlllioniU shall not lHar n greater mI IltJrcolltllllyublclIIlunnIlRIh nod lulerlll eoupunAhnll Ie nt oftl10lulled In throe series towit IIiIIl1ullIl ortriorleir consisting of tell thousand dollars bOlldforslialhltc0nnlxtuofthirty trolll to torn the110ciuitnpalynblebrncel tunIIrsand payable Urtoell year frolll the sold llistilCourt ou anti lifter dote of their Issue nildduonndriuviilll2 dRtoAIBy 01o RCOopIt Clerklb 11ennington O For Sale or Rent I Tho Newton Hotel property n now two story brick rmbrnclng Iv room nut hulls sand one storeroom Tdxrb feet Located on the corner of Main t Danville Avenue In K line cistern Ice house nnd other outbuildings Address NEWTON 1I110H Homersul Ky Democratic State Campaign Opening- at Lexington Ky Rates One and One Third Fare for Round- Trip on all Railroads Saturday Aug 3Jst Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court A J Ilnintiir vi John Mutton eta lkotenitllllta Nolle of 8all Pursuant to n JiidjimMt of the iJncoln elrrttll sour In the MI actlep tIM underslencd Mutter Commiwiotwr or sW court will on MON JHlnTIWIbetween nnd t V M In front of the courthouse door In Stanford Bt Imbue oUlof to till highest amtest bidder the following 1lhtll or so much thereof as iM aeeesanrr to tooth tIM suits or l1lb slwlth a IHr cent Interest thereon broils Jlllle OJIhr with the eesla- of tldsnctlon The said Is In Idncola county Iiy about three ndles lbast of Klngtvllli on HH waters of the 1laekeye Fork of Jlllok lk BiHl Is bounded as lows HftilnnlnK Mt n hloltory black Mk and dogwood nt the original earner of II survey jmleniwl ami IJltlelon Hnlyers fur O f J iilnu UII tlienvc 11 111 North on lconi Iliac N to iolrsthence N Kir poles It H I Poles N II H fIllolM R 11OltI N 3 ie pales X W rTadrs H WW 1M1flJ1OL2 poles to the boglrmfugcontaining of In The sale will tw Dade on n credit of six months and the will Iw rvnulrw to give bond forthwith for to theCaumisstourrand lienrlng lIrUyRblo10 fllf1trout dntc bZforceretalnetl on the land told GKO D SAUFLEY M a L C C PUBLIC SALE utmetMrs H II Hlntt farm S tulles MIIIIIII Northeast of Trnylors Swatch on tbl liothen A Ills lllver turn pike on- HATfHMAY MBIT 1WT The following personalty towtt sane spans of Jjrearold l mon mules kind nnd nnch good workers l tlny ranee 7 yeursold la hands m fast to my JIUK and Oslo extra good work user Denmark fern ily more gentle sand worker nnd In foal to jack I tiny mare sycnrsold sired by lamU ttn Wllkesj lit y 1Inrne- yWllklloool driver and to foal to Alhlftllil Brook S T Harris k It II Wood line trot tint stajllon This mare is fI Ilas n colt b Ashla IIlId It iauonesI r seir oldbahillyby King glenndoutof n IKnnmrk inari TUlt ally with the attention nnd very little training should make n mere that will bring n fonc price yenning Ken anti r tuck Joe sired jennet by Hilly Keen yearling JlIl1oll Major ollnell 710 out of the jcnnrt Uiurn llubble by Hanker bonds won al lsrl nulls hands and Iirurllla Id aged mare tn foal tOJRlk unsure and mule c0lttxor ityearold colts well muted two cult by her alit 11 IIbflxlloCutting harrow lIrruw Oliver btlletl turlllll flow and tdhc things too numerous to intntion Hal to commence at looolock sharp of and under cash nthnndundnllnsurtbnlamouitncnrhtofsix note with security note war cont Interest ruin date or snla ulln tale and Isrynble ln the Llneolu tuauty SII bona stank No rt to he removed until terms of the tale sure complied with J HAHTA1N Stanford Ky Col J I Chandler At- ariCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court K V Owsley IMalntllT vs Mary C Fes land et nl Defendants Notlee of stile 1ursuant to n ludjtmunt of the Lincoln Circuit Court Inthat iilKJve stylet nctlon the underslgne131aeler OOlllllllllloner wll at MONDAY HKITVTJIlMff In front of the Kourthotike door In Stan ford Ky twtween anti r sell at pub lie outcry to the highest and best bidder no much of the hereinafter doxcrllxHl red es titlehatuudepta under sum the term of his Judgment herein on the aforesaid ditto and tho further sun ot lUill tho nniount of the cost of his action the total nniount iHIng 1IIII1rI The said real estate In located In Lincoln county Kyon the Htnnford of Panvllle turnpike on the Knsl Hide thereof about s frouiNtsanforl Kb and on the water or- II III Fork Icing till fllrlll on which A M IIIIIllhC1 for many years prlto his death The said farm Is fol lows Ileiitnnlng at the abutment of thin Hanging Fork on the Htnnford A Danville turnpike thence the pike with tile line of J L pawson the Swope now Jackson place to the corner ot Mrs K Imw6oa land thence her line to the cur nor of her land and the land formerly owned COrnmn and corner of the land of f llohlnson deceased thence with the of the TC knowntnslathelonehhaiadflee of the land thence that hue to the land of J T Hack ley known the Ilnlley a straight line to the Hanging Fork thence Hiickloy lino Hanging ork to the lands of J H llosleythencothe line of the J Ilosley lump to loud thence the Ilea of that land to tliv corner of the Hamford Irwin land thence than line of that laud to the corner of till Virginia King land thence with tho lino of that land to the beginning containing acres more or less Only so much ot the aforesaid limit will be sold as necessary to realize the sums above sot forth In the ont the necessary suns ore realized from a solo of less en tire tract thou the nitmlwr of notes which may Iw told will he latch oil bv mutes nnd bounds courses and distances umj allotted to the purchaser The sale will lie made on credits of 0 nod 12 purchase ttlru sand Urn Interest lianamay accrue thereon to Int duo and payable at the expiration of easels ot tho lx time aforesaid For tho price Ix rupur0hnsu lsnulwInthrnpprured security lenrhigintMeslnttherate from date of force and effect of n ofsnRiiunIlon further secure the payment will bo retained on told OEO B SAUFLEY M C LO 0 Seasons Remnants The Summer Season is over and the Price Must be thetinducement now We real toFbuyour way we have reducedr all Ladies Low Shoes as foltik lowsti i Ultras from 3 to 2 Brockport from v J 250 to 2 2 goods to J25 r rv T l and a lot of small sizes old stock at 50c a pair Chil dren and Misses reduced to V a price you can afford to buy several pairs for them to wear to school Mens Low i i 1 Shoes Walkover make in the season Mv J 350 and 400 now 250 and 300 a r Better get them while you can It is saving you mon ey ti yf t tatwr H J McROBBRTSSTANFORD 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 its 100 per ounce PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky For sale by CEO II FARmS Stanford Ky BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departments Jligli School Grammar Intermediate Primary Music Cooking and Sewing Only three places left in tho dormitory and cottages but gcod homes in tho town are open to students Terms Board and tuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820 151 For f catalogue addreaT MISS IDA M TAYLOR PrincipalIMount 4tI Calicoes 1 Now Fnll patterns in Red Indigo Blacks and Grays at Oio 1 Ginghams Good assortment of medium and dark Ginghams at 10 nUll 124c Com t pared with the price oft other wash goods those are very cheap 4L Percales f New dark patterns iu yard trifle Pcacalo nt lie usual price 12je and rl1J SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BTAJJFOUD KY Aua 30 1007 SEE our window for big reduction 19 IInlo of box papers We and 25e boxes now 1Fc to make room for new stock t Pennys Drug Storo rPERSONALS Dn J G CAUPENTHK went to Lon lien Wednesday to sco a patient MR A H WALLACE is up from liar I rodaburK with his mother and sister Mos L M WHBTiinriBLD and chit dren returned to Livingston Wednesday MRS II S DODGE of Chicago has Been the guest of Mrs J H Owslcy MRS M J CociliUN returned from a V 1 visit to Mercer county relatives Tuos y day MR N W GRAVBS of Mt Sterling fs tho guest of MrJ N Monefco and V family Mus HBTTIE HAMILTON returned iWednosday from a visit to Lexington 1friends JOHN KIRK of Lancaster too Tuesdays train for London to visit F friends Mitt MAKOARBT Lrnvis Is spending a week with Mrs Alice Lytlo In the country MRS T M BUTT and Mlle Annie Butt of Highland went up to London Tuesday Mn URIAH DUNN of Hustonvlllc + hoe gone to Barnwell S c with n carload of horses MR J T BIANKBNSHIP nnd family of Etownh Tenn have been guests of relatives hero REVS O M HOEY of Somerset and WE Arnold of Flcmlngiburg weroj i In town Tuesday MBSSRS J M ALVBRSON and R H Coffey attended the hop at London Wednesday night MR GROIUJB S CARPBNTHR and wife I of Crab Orchard spent several days with relatives here THOMAS PHILLIPS the efficient dry goods clerk of Mr H J McRoberts is III with appendicitis MISSUS KlTTin AND MAOOII JOSDS are visiting tho family of Mr S H Martin nt Mt Vernon Miss CLARA Coonm and guest Miss Edna Camnltzof Cincinnati nro at- i tending the Liberty fair Miss LBNA REYNOLDS left this week to visit relatives nt NIcholasvllle Cov T nnd Hoopeston III RuthMtssEsf yUnderwood are visiting Miss Annie Ashlock at Gilberts Creek MRS W K SHUOARS and son W K of Brotlhead are with Mr K L Tan nero nnd family at McKinney MR B F ROUT was In Lexington Tuesday to see about entering his son Beverly Rout in State College HENRY CATRON of Crab Orchard 4visited his sister Mrs D S Woodward II last weekLondon Sentinel MR AND MRS J K NUNNELLEY of Georgetown are with tho families of Messrs L B nnd P P Nunnolloy Miss ROBERTA SHEPHERD of Lex Ington will bo tho guest of Miss Flor enco Tnnnor nt McKmney next week MBSSIIS Gno B SAUKLEY and James F Holdam will attend the opening of tho democratic campaign at Lexington tomorrow MR G F RUSSELL and son Robert t of Louisville spent several days with the family of Mr W B Jnrvis at Cedar Creek PROP S D KESSNER of Abingdon Va Is here visiting old friends Ho t twill teach in tho Springfield Graded this year MISSES MARY D AND FRANCES JONES and Master Reid Jones of St Louis Mo are with the families of Mr John B Foster and Mrs Bessio McKinney bins F L THOMPSON and Miss Su ale Thompson returned to Mt Vernon Wednesday after a visit to Mrs L R Hughes Mrs Hughes accompanied L M OMBU and children leCtI Wednesday for Richmond Va lo remain much to the regret of tho good people of this entire community Rev Omer will them in a few weeks returnedVfrom n protracted visit to friends at New Market Tenn Their sister Mrs Frazier and children came with them nnd are their guests PROF WALTER 0 HOPPER loft to day for Mt Sterling where he will havet charge of tho High School the year Mr Hopper had charge of onot t4 of tho grades in tho Mt Sterling school last year and his promotion is gratify ing to his many and jolse who re J MRS MATTIE NEVIUS is visiting in LancasterJOE SPEARS is down from Stonega Va quite sick- SENATOR R L HUDDLE is attending the London fair Miss MARY McUonEnrs Is with Miss English in Boyle MRS L C CARTER returned fro Lexington Tuesday MR CIIAnL9 E BoilON of Lebanon was with friends here Mn AND MRS JUSSE D WEAKEN are attending the Liberty fair MISH ETHEL UAT IAN of Bradfords vllle Is with Miss Adele Feland Miss CHIUSTINR BRIGHT of Danville is with Missos Poachio and Elizabeth Bauglunan Miss SALLIE GIVENS who has bee visiting the family of J L Boazloy returned to Middlcsboro yesterday Jam08Ied visit to her parents nt Franklin sisterskspending n few days at Crab Orchard Springs MIDSHIPMAN C SAUFLEY of th Navy has arrived to spend tho month of September with his parents Judge and Mrs M C Sauflcy LOCALS RINK tonight It FIJI IJM n nit the rink tonight FRUIT cans nnd jolly glasses at Farris cost Stanford Drug Co GRAPES for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford SOUTH BUND watches for sale nt Muellers ONLY n few of those good creamer Y cnns left Farris THE Pcrryvlllo fair will pay a diva lend of 60 per cent Good EI SIZE bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at tho Stanford Drug C- oJusr received n largo lino of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton QueenIare now an Bee them Cummins McCIary AN effort was mado have tho L N build a shed at Trnylors Switch and stop the trains there but the rail road company declined WALTER JJ ATT sold Tuesday to J 11 HiUon of Brodhead his farm of 26 acres on tho Danville pike three miles from town for 2625 possession Jan CRAM ORCHARD Graded School tax Is now due If not paid before Oct 1st 5 per cent penalty will be added Mau rico M Perkins collector and treasurer Tim Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or npply for particulars and prices THE Jumbo camp meeting will begin Aug 30 Tho tabernacle has been com pleted and everything is in readiness for tho entertainment of tho visitors Everybody invited Ann NEWTON formerly of Huston villc has nbout completed an immense skating rink at Owensboro His broth er Sylvester Newton of Somerset is interested with him N J formerly Moreland but now a citizen of Danville has bought tho interest of his partner in the candy business and will supply the good people of Little Britain with all tho sweets they want A B RouEarsoB will Immediately begin tho building of n new prism glass front in tho room adjoining their present place of business Largo arches havo already been cut connect ing tho two rooms Danville Advodato IeINhe proposition for n now courthouse bo voted for at tho November elec It calls for a 35000 building and thoso knowing tho need of anew temple of justice will bo glad to voto for tho proposition Get Ready for School Now is the time to buy your school needs Our flow goods are coming in and we can supply you nteaving prices Many of the goods we offer cant ho replaced nt tho lame luprioy ATTEND tho rink tonight SPECTACLES eye glasses etc a W IL Muellers FOR tho boat lino of ranges to ached- from go to Farris FOR SALE Nice pony cart with secondmhand Frazier brake cart Carty 2t HOLBPROOF HOSIERY For men and women Guaranteed to wear six months without a hole Sold only by Cummins McChiry TilE Warren Grigsby Chapter of the U D C will meet with Mrs J S Rice Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock A full annrequested to como prepared to pay r dues FOR SALE Storo room In Opera House Block now occupied by the Post office A good investment For par ticulars see or address either Mrs Mattie V Kirby or L It Hughes Stan ford Ky obfas R L DtvisoNand children aro inconsolable over tho loss of their old family horse Wednesday night passenger train struck him breaktn both hind legs and tho animal had to b killed A NEW floor wns placed in the tele phone exchange hero this week Th noise made by the workmen accounts for the inability of the operator to hear the number called for by tho patrons Manager H C Wray oaks to explain BLUE GRASS k FOR SALE Fine farms throughout Central Ken lucky for sale ranging in size from 40 to 700 acres From f30 to 100 pe acre in price Write us for list or de scription Hughes Swincbroad Real Estate Dealers Lancaster Ky TUB rate war between tho big steamship e companies is progressing and if keeps up much longer tho passage will bo so cheap that it will bo no longer fashionable to go to Europe Advo cate This being the caso Little Brit ain will have no more tourists LAND SEEKERS beautiful illustra ted harvest edition of tho Baylor Coun ty Banner free Roosevelt said Texas Is tho Garden spot of tho Earth This will tell you how cheap the land Is and why the land will double in undo in n short time Write and bo surpris ed T J North Seymour Baylor County Texas MR J N hIE who has the excavating contract for the Odd Fel lows building will complete the job i about 10 days and the foundation work will immediately begin The structure will be a very handsome one and mnn of the ounces which will bo in it have already been spoken for TilE INTERIOR NALdesires to commend to the good people of Dan villo and vicinity Dr O B Fallis wife and little daughter who have re cently located in their midst Besides being fine educators Dr Fallia and wife aro excellent Christian people an they will make splendid citizens o their adopted home CRAB ORCHARD has taken on now life The Masons are progressing nicely with their concrete building Mr J F Ed miston will build a two story business houso of concrete J R Edmiston has brick ready for a substantial twosto store while Sam J Tatem is clearing away the debris for a brick rind concrete business house on Stanford street Hurrah for tho East End capital FREE ATTRACTIONS AT BOURDON FAIR Dont fall to see tho Midway at tho old Bourbon fair Sept 37 See the thrilling freo attractions Tho leap of life and the slide for life Six bigI shows Vaudeville old Plantation Farics in tho Well big Wild West Cow Boy trained ponies two bands of music two merrygorounds Ferris wheel Band concerts by Schmittie Grounds beautifully lighted REPUBLICAN CONVENTION By order of the County Executive Committee the republicans of Lincoln county are hereby called to meet In Mass Convention at tho court house in MISaturdaypose of nominating a candidate for the Legislature to be voted for at tho RLaecy FOR RENTMrs Wallaces property RthavetDr R L Davison republican as election commissioners for this county HON J M ALVBRSON was instru mental in having Senator R L Hubble chosen as judge of jack stock at the Stato Fair at Louisville Sept 1C to 21 It would be a hard matter to find a bet ter judge of that class of stock than our clever countyman the Senator Mn W A CARSON will begin as sessing Lincoln countys goods and chattels next Monday Sept 2 He will be assisted by Messrs A A Crutch field and Jos Anderson Mr Carson asks that nil property holders have their lists ready when he calls and thus avoid delay THE average preacher doesnt get rich performing marriage ceremonies Rev W E Arnold of Flemingsburg who was here this week told us that during his 23 years of ministry he had married 102 couples and had received only x1160a few cents over 4 for amountoA Negro who had crlminully assault byeed to a tree Ilvport of Uw Condition of The National Bank of HustOQvllle nt HuttonvlIU in the Htat of Kentucky nt the lose of bmlnets Aug 7a1VY- nrHOUlwnN p11MSOsrU UomU to MClure elrculntlon 1JW W Ilanklnn lioUfHfnrnltuivniiaiU turw 9i oo Due from Xntlonal lUink not rol SrRgeu1t4 lies is dtObTCkinmlutlieraMh Ueltlhh Jl ot Noleofother XntloMl Jteiiks W w KmeUomtt iMptr eurmte nick UniMl onte mil Lawful Mousy ltesrrte In Dank this HtMMle n IUVKK- GOIgnlt n1er note IOO66 o ItalulptiuntandelUlUNTrexs ur rtp rontotelrauiRtlon riN 1071 II LIAIIIMTIM Capital Stoek pnld In iall08e U01iand foxes pnld 1JTO16 XntloHHl Hank not s outstanding llOCO IHw to other National Hanks 107SI Individual dtx IU iulect cheek Utfilt Reserved for tnxe IIo0 13971 It satnnnni do tsolfinnly Nbar that the ftbovo itntriiiint Is trw to the It of my knowl diir nml Iwllcf J W HoCKHH OnthU r hycommliMon txplren nt end of next M1Illol1- or state Kcnntf of Kentucky rornvt Attint Kilwiml Alrorn T J Itobinson and II II King l lr ctor Stomach Muscles in Old Age People should be more and more cars theirfcan keep themselves in good health anc prolong life The bowels are not as active In middlelife and old age as the themnJoritytherIs and obstinate nature scriouldiseases compoundryvIe because U Is prompt but gentle In action weakeningas hlchildrencause they are too violent In action and generally temporaryUmore than ever t Isverytire and as It contains tonlo properties it ItTilemany can In a short time do away with the use laxatives It will euro tho most chronic constipation dyspepsia liver trouble bilious stomachbloating troublesTo serious cases DecaturIllpartintsince to use a laxative Ho says ho never found neartoit and you will say the same The price Is cents or a bottlo at any druggist CDCC TCCT Thou wlihtoe ta try DrCild IIIngiddnitlnr the compiny this offer u to prove thatths remedy do si we claim and U only epee to those have never taken It Send for you tan wy GontiestyetTHEPUBUCproductbears60fliaealdwell Ilk q Soft Finish Bleach Cotton This wo purchased three months ago It is Worth today 18Jc Our price lie Apron Ginghams- All size chock and colon ut 7c yard School Shoes As usual wo are satisfied to otter only the best Zoiglerg highgrade and Godraans medium New goods just in South 1DepotJ New Goods We are now prepared to show you n full lino of Silk Glqvoa in Tan Brown White and Black 16 button length from 8175 to 82 Nice nsortraent of Beauty Pins Belt Buckles etc Ninoquarter Blench Sheeting Read Mado Sheets Now Combs Belts Pocketbooks and Veiling Make this your shopping place New line of Dress Goods just received Ten per cent off on all Summer Goods and low cut slip pers TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House I STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 LAST CALL I In order to make room for Fall goods we will close out our entire line of Ladies and Childrens Oxfords at greatly reduced prices 3 Oxfords 250 250 Oxfords 1 2 Oxfords 160 150 Oxfords 120 W B Perkins IKentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See EliT PENCE STANFORD IKY A Good Position For Youe The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Lot us help you to prepare for a good position We have helped and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Departmentfof the Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to ao mplish Address J C LEWISor p H LYLE LondonlKy The Interior Journal i Entered in the Pott Office at Stanford reeendfare matttr t JDBUBHBD TUBBUATH AND rillDXT AT- i 100 PER YEAR CASH When not 10 paid 1100 will be charged r Jesse W Sweeney riOFBIKTOB Livery Feed and Solo Stable r Lancaster KyI NOTICEAny one needing n Union Jack mad Wire Stretcher cnn leave their order with T nIa Newlnnd nt Stanford He 1m i one he show you nncltuke your order and will nil tbesame on short notice nTMtNHKOUD NOTICE OlymploIlHprlng situated 0 tulle Hputu on the O H and on McKlnney A Mlddluburg pike on which hacks rnn dally except Monday now open for the treatment of IsI tim Liver lllndder and nil nch nUll Dowel Troubles Rheumatism specialty nt reasonable rates For particu lars and terms mldrens F M HUIRIror KTK D I1QXS3 Huitonvllle Ky B D CARTER NowLiveryDepot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley BuildingJ i The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between springs and town K mile from Knit Huluhur nleandctool comfortable Itsteilri per week INSURANCE lire Lightning Wlnd and HT1tOf1OICST andAccident None the BUST Represented Lowest Pos Itble Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying flee eraiUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Beildene Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymads clothing when there li little difference In the price of ready- made tulti and n suit mndeto your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlnic A Hummer goods I can make from u low price business suit to the finest dress suit Overcoats Trous T ere and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep resent Is second to none HC UUlLKV The Tailor Htanford Ky Boone Walls l Successors to B D Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Olven Commercial Men Good UlRS at Reasonable hates Stock Pone In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Hteam Engines Threshing Machinery and New Mills It to see us before buy Also commission talesmen fur all secondhand machinery i c J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlory STANFORD KY Otllce Phone leT ilome Ihone 35 JL Beazley Co ErlalmIUndertaUers and era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinll of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY I FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEI0Gyearling mule Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky FOR SALEIG weanling calves and yearlings Good G W Lunsfon Stanford It FOR SALE300 good stock ewe Fresh from mountains Lynn Lute Stanford B G Fox of Danville will be here September court to buy two carloads of mule colts Have your mules in town J I Herring of the Marksbui section of Garrard has bought J H J Minors 200acre farm near Perryvil at 85 A warehouse containing 300000 pounds of tobacco pooled by the Society of Equity was destroyed by fire in Carroll county Because of a fight against the sale of liquor on the grounds the directors called off the TriState Fair at EvansvilleDark mule with large sore on back about 10 years old came to my place below Mt Moriah about a week ago Owner can get same by paying for this notice and his keep Abner B Young Waynesburg Ky Night riders walked into Rockcastle a small town in Trigg county and visited the home of Johnson Hendrick Hendrick was called to the door am asked certain questions about shippinj independent tobacco but nothing wa done to him MIDDLEBURG Mrs Laura Lee and children attend ed the picnic at Kingsville Saturday Rev W G Gilford is at Valley Oak holding a meeting for Rev G M God bySheriff Wells is building a large tobacco barn on his farm near Yosemite It is 160x74 feet and a regular skyscraper Mr Wells estimates it to hold six acres of tobacco The district Sunday School Convention this magisterial precinct will beheld at Green River Church Sunday Aug 31st An interesting program is out and a good meeting is expected Frank Warfield the youth who stab bed Cyrus Black at Green River Churc some three weeks ago had an cxamir ing trial Monday before Judge Shar and was held over to circuit court The Yosemite base ball team and the team here played two games on the co lege campus Saturday Both game were close one standing 3 to 5 in favor of Yosemite and the second 2 to3 in favor of Middleburg H K Lucas died at his home Sunda afternoon He had typhoid fever and was recovering when he took a relaps with the result stated Deceased was 35 years of age and leaves a wife and several small children Funeral ser vices were conducted at the Baptis church Monday afternoon by Rev J L OwensFrequently locoyou pick up paper and after glancing at it wearily thrus it aside remarking Nothing in the old paper Did you ever stop to thinl what that phrase means It means tha no misfortune has befallen anyone in our city that no fire has wiped out a neighbors worldly goods that the grin angel of death has not crossed the threshold of a friend that no man driv en by hatred or fear has taken the lift of a fellow being that no poor devil haunted by the past or misdeeds ol some other has crossed the great di vide by his own hand and many other things that ought not to have happen ed have not happened So next time you pick up any paper and its head lines do not announce a tragedy give a ittle thanks instead of grumbling because there is no news Harrodsburg Herald S a The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in tho conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced nowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that etermines Its duralibn seems to be between 50 and 60 the proper care of- tbe 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 svltallzes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Effective war it is announced is being waged against the Blackhand roughout Pennsylvania by the State constabulary and the indications are- that the troops will soon rid the Commonwealth of these murderous organizations I 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 Oakdale Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of the time I consulted the very best medical skill avail- uble but could get no relief until Po- leys Kidney Cure was recommended to me It has been a Godsend tome1 G L Penny Judge Landis isreported to have suffered a nervous brakedown Looks as though he ought to be able to stand it It John D can HUBBLE J C Robinson sold some hogs to Durham Cecil at 5c Elder L M Omer will fill his appoint mant at the Christian chur h Sunday morning and night The recent rains have been very benIe- ficlal to the hemp corn and hay crops also the late tobacco Dr Hiram Doolin and wife of Somerset are guests of his sister Mrs T C Rankin Miss Frances McClure ot Lexington is visiting her aunt Mrs A Hammond- G A Swinebroad has rented his farm to Bourne Goggin of Pulaski and will move to Lancaster J S McKittrii has rented the Geo P Bright farm for VIsIltingMrs A C Carman has accepted a position in Lexington Miss Lydia Lewis of Danville has been with friends here Chamberlains Colic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we had throe doctors with our little boy and ever thing that they could do seemed In vain At last when all hope seeme to be gone we began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoo Remedy and In a few hours he began to improve Today he is as healthy a child as parents could wish for Mrs B J Johnston Linton Miss For sale by all druggists Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Nicholasvilie Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 31 days Bardstown Sept 4t days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- Shepherdsville Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 2S4 days Paris Sept 3five days Hay Fever ana Summer Cold Victims of pay fever will experience great benefit by taking Foleys Hone and Tar as it stops difficult breathing Immediately and heals the Inflamed air passages and even If It should fall to cure you It will give Instant relief The genuine U in a yellow pad age G L Penny a A Detroit bookkeeper became sue denly insane and threw his twoyear old daughter from a bridge into Detro river and drowned her Regular 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 Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store lSc L N TI1lE TABLE No Mouth llrtlr v No at Houtn lisa x No if Nortli4UB No a North tIn P u JOS S RICE Agent PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public sale at Urnb Oroharil lit 3 p won SATURDAY SKIT 7 lilY liveroom cottage ut that place The ouse Is modHrii In build and lm three orobea Hoodoutbuikiingguniennmidao- bundnnce of fruit Ix t io1utn of land Terms mode known on day of lie J II HTrKNIIKHIIRV It K U No Htanfoixl Ky PUBLIC SALE I The property of Mr J It Iikkliuon do cIId w sold at auction on the prum bo at Oral Urchard at M Sept 7 1l1i- cOlIsIsting of ubout 3 norm of land house RIIII goat lniprovHinciit also household llnel kitchen furniture hand painted China wnre Other tlilnni In house tno numerous to mention Home fariiiliix limilement 0 Indies specially Invited Terms house and land yt cash Uilani In e and If 1II0ntb wIth lllturest rom date n tueslion J II UI1KKHHOX San F Reynolds Auct for Ilelra Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell farm H miles WtIIIt of ustonvlllel mile from Ike and Cafpen tor HtntlonconslKtlnKoflSJacr of rich IIlue grass hemp or tobacco land nil In ims This farm man he equally divided to- rantugesoastolietvtigoestdwelling on- each piece also nvoesviry 1ho farm hays ulmost In a xiiuarn only 1IIIIIIe In line There an three stock barns good tobacco lean t stable I tennnt bOIlNO good water In every Held xU lasting Illrlng with a streams running through wbolo tract J HTKKKK OAltrKXTKIt lluitonvllle Ky- FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY- I line blue grass farm for sale situated on- lIew pike near Point Iavill nnd six miles louth of iJincuitcr containing suo mrl- wull located In CO nelRliiiorliood IItlllIl- lIIarl of the John 1Vnikt r tract with a hll1hl- NOllie new twostory seven roont residency tbron recently rompleteil with nil out nnd good mw sun 4ixOO 111- 1leredslxneverlallingspringsnnd creek runlling through KBMH44 cash In hand balance one IIn1- two years until or sole bearing six per entlnterest puld arsons looking for such place write KM and Isabelle WulkurlIIvlllg on- furm at Point Leuvell or fooIlunrOrdiKY Isabelle P R bL and W 0 I avell Ky 50 Years An Agency5 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Hates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre seated Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Fins Blue Grass Farm For Sale 2tt acres or fertile land excellently In proved with teustory frnuro dwelling enormous stock burn anil neverfnllln of water situated oil the Cone 1ii1 turnpike ntlles rrolll 1IuUol1I1II- II llncoln County Kentucky thl fiirm on which H Carpenter realIll1 In hIs lifetime will lw offoreU nt prlvnt sale for n limited time The owners Rro non resldentsof the Htnte and not helllit able to glvu their personal attention to tho fnrni Imvo decldeu to sell It at n fair grin Alhtu all Inquiries for prier terms mi oilier particulars to- OHAUIKSX MANNING Security Trust Co Ieiliijtuii Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing aye acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing spring and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain If sold within the next 60 days K cash bsl ante to suit purchaser Por further in formation in regard to this farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets DruggeU Rugs Mailings Pic turn Frames Shades Lace Curtain and Wal1lJuperIMr E T Ikadcy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 1331 Iluport of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK nt Stanford Ky In the State ot Kentucky ot the close of business AUK si lirr tRrItOOItCfx nnnivl Discounts f S70SJJ Overdrnfbsvunrltmdunsecuril p1sDa- U Honda to secure circulation fslitu 01 ItankltiK hour furniture and nx lures a9i 00 hue front Niitlnnnl Hanks not re ftervengent haft Dee front State hank A Ibankers TII9 II Duefrutnnllprovrstresen engents SWI WB 00 II Fractional lwgsr currency nickels nndrents 5 1M k Lawful Money lhstervu In Hunk vlxi MII l m- r irnMendfrnotoH ftJwiHi fU Itedeatptlonimulwith 11S 1nur r iljur ctof clrculHtloiu jsX irq MAHIMTIR- Mrjnpllal Htoek iNild In f uVuo1 rllllll rUUndivided lees exn ri sued taxes 11101IJttl I qtierImllvliliml detKMlts sure Jeet to I1httCIk YNIdr II i7Uxerml for tnx s IJtl1q- Stalls Htatrof KlmtuekCoulltror Ilnroln MI r w yL IlrlRlitOinlilHr of Hbovennttl4l- un do Kowiiiiilr swenr that the ov tnttinioiit li true to tke last of tny knuwl tlge timid belief 1111 JlitluilTHulilir- Bub icrllie l cad sworn to bro me Ills Itluluyof Aug J J MrllulMrU N I norrrot Attest HII Hlmnkn J II Ity U I lliilihlH Hlr cton Iteport of hv Comlltlon or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK lit Htnnfnnl In tine State of Kvnttioky nt the Oloseof ltutnll8fl Aug ftllro IItIOI1I1CtI niul Discounts 171111 venlndlssvcured aims utreml IXVtl S1 HoiiiU to swore circulation r IJo tli iviiiluins on r IJOIHU 1JI0 0e oasis reuriliesetc aMW- Unking bulge furniture niul fix lures SICN ftl OUltr real estate owned iHUff front Nntloniil Ilunkauiotrv serveugetits 1uygO21 ufroni Hint ItiuiknA Hunker iins are rratnnpprovrtlreservetiaents ttii a ri leeks and other wash HOIIIK tilt ill otm of othtirXiitlonal Dunks r7e nictloiuil paper otifrenoy ulek- flfiaiul centx alt II nwfnl Money tlwervti In Hank viz fooIptl- lo1etllIItlIIler 1I0tltS 12 raltniptlon l fund with Tnxis urer it lsr edit of elroulalloni HlII JiSWJSrt IIAII1MTIKS- ipllal Stuck Mild In 1 IUI m irplut tumid 15111 ndlvldml profits Iar eXA mM Rill taxfa paid gaieem- ntionnl hank notii oiitntniullnn rotf OJ to other National Hnnkx HIM 4e to Hide Hank hall Hankers imo to approved reserve iiK nU dividual de0 iltH Mibjeot check ill 11111111 uertltliatcs of deposit 7111 30 ftM70 tq Htllh of KiMituiky County of Lincoln wsi I JohnI MiHolHrtn Oimlilerof th batik do noltiiiuly swear that lillO Ntatunient If true to the Ixist of illS owledgo tutu IItIIl Jolts J McltoiiKitTH Onthlir Huh lrlIIIIII sworn to liefon me Ihll- frth day of tog 1007 W M llrUht SI orrtct Attest JH Hocker T lInrrl KTatv Ulructori Great Stock Relief Sale I r 11 j All Summer Goods must go in order to niuko room for the large etock li uptodate Fall Goods that li to come in shortly S18 and 8UO Mciid Suits cut to 114 48 S16 null glOfiO Mens Suits out to 12 08 1280 and 18fiO Meuu Quits cut to 10 03 10 Mens Suits cut to 7 08 87110 Mens Suits cut to f 98 5 nnd 46GO Mens Suits cut td 1508 o pleas 84 Oxfords cut toJ2li Mens 8300 Oxfords cut to 2 DS tens 3 Oxfords cut to 2 48 Mens 250 Oxfords cut to 2 24 p The prices of radios Misses anti Childrens Oxfords out accordingly Ro member that nil our Summer Good go and nt prices according to those above SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY New Stock of SUPERIOR DRAIN DRILLS At fJwI Stanford Kentucky More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har rows Oliver Plows First National BankStanford Ar7 Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was orl lnallyeltablhbe4- a the Deposit Hank of Stanford la 1191 then reorganised as the National Dank of Stanford in 1505 and again reorganised as the First National flank of Stanford IB 1881 haTlng had practically an nnlnter rupted existence It Is better supplied now with facilities for truuet InK bUllae promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited Officers J I rjOOKKll Prsst 8 T HARRIS V Pres 11 MoKonKUTa ObIW H WEARENAs1 Directors V Raid Danville If T Harris Stanford 18 Rocker Stanford MCKlnneridII Ilaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hobble J II llaughman Stanford J M Iattus Stanford 0 E Tate StaaforoJI NoticeFarmers1Se If you i have n farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLKCTKI PUOM1TLY Iieforwco Any Hunk in Somerset Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky iras aaa5aS15a4aata1A New Line of wean While a- Ware eled Good values Buy before you are too latetGEO D HOPPERrMain Street STANFORD KYt