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I r r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ii VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 10 1907 NO 20 I The Wild Man of Borneo Is no More CHAD OnciiAtiD May GAI capri clous April wept herself away in thu llowcry lap of May the gentle spirit oC this grandest of nil equlncs left tho wickeds den and If Brother Barnes Is right ho has crossed over the river nnd is now resting with Stonewall Jackson charger under the trees In the happ land A gentler grander nobler hors o never adorned turf field or farm Along and Illustrious pedigree on both the paternal and maternal lines amI t like Bonaparte reflecting more glor upon his ancestry than ho could Inherit from them Crit Davis Jr Grit Davis Sr and General Thompson oC Mercer What a noble royal lineage And on the maternal line nil tho Abs dallah that were mingled In ty 111Millerman Judge Saufley and Turfman Cool pronounced unrivaled Tho Wild Mar of Borneo was halt brother of Wild Xingarcllo tho grandest picture of a hone standing In an Imposing attitude looking far away I over saw My beautiful and peerless Iron gray A Galla tin Talbot was the nearest approach to the Wild Man of Borneo I oversaw am ho was said by a most beautiful am accomplished woman at the front gnU of whoso stately mansion ho used to stand proudly pawing tho earth while his gallant rider prolonged his visit like Washington on a similar occasion I By Invitation of tho Harpers I have seen Ten Itroock Longfellow Leopolc and Powhatan at their home I have read of Gen Taylors Old Whity at r t Polo Alto and Beuna Vista and the hoof beah of Damons horso that have roverberated down tho centuries foi t more than 2000 years and Alexander Thoflialian horse Bucephalus and the war horso oftho Incomparable Cid that f gained ono more great battle with Ms dead rider upon his back but of all tho horses I have over seen or of which history gives any record I would not exchange tho Wild Man of Borneo for any of them A cruel mercenary man asked me since he was killed Why did YOU not tell him and put tho money In your pocket 7 I replied that I would rather ho had died mine titan to have sold him for 1000 Nor was this nr Idiosyncrasy of mine The Baron Ken nedy and all his gallant boys put the same estimate upon my equine idol Tho eloquent young attorney W B Hunsford saw him tho day he was fa tally hurt anti said he was tho finest horse ho over saw The gallant old chieftain Baron Kennedy and I rain gled our tears together over his bier knowing full well we should never gaze 1 upon his like again If he wore alive would not exchange him for thu famous Pcgassus on whose back tho poets of old took their lofty nrial ItighU over J Mount CaueasMS He was gentle and fearless mild and courageous Not train no automobile ntnick tho Joust terror to hie dauntless spirit When permitted to try hie speed trco Melds flocks and herds and nil animate and Inanimate things appeared to bo wildly rushing to tho roar to oscflpo tho Sleet hoofs of tho flying stood and to the ri der in buggy behind him oven in the stilled day the rushing wind seemed like a rushing tornado Nature with nil her elements of beauty speed aym jmetry and form combined that nil the world might rise up and say Behold a horse plow did tho fatal castro pho happen The Wild Man of Borneo was quietly grating In tho yard and n great herd of brood mares came wildly rushing up from the pasture and ho at templed to go over a high picket fence and was Impaled upon tho top and ro ceived the wound of which ho died Could tho shield of skill and the huccler t of science availed against such a deadly wound he would not havo died for ho was attended by ono of the most skilled doctors in all the lurid After lingering a few days ho walked to the yard gate looked longingly toward Preachersvillo and then a long linger 1inglook toward Crab Orchard walked back and lay down near tho house and died without n struggle Lord Byron tho great poet onco swam a prong of tho sea to gut to his ladylove and tho poor horso with such an illustrious example before him can not bo severely censured for taking his wild and fatal leap I wish now I had not entered him in tho Seraglio but that ho was now as his owner was until ho wax 27 yours and six months old and as his owner has been for tho lost IS years I I have seen but few show hors es the same human intelligence as tho noble Borneo But my eyea grow dim and watery with tears Woo worth tho leap woo tho day That cost thy life my gallant bay FONTAINR FOX BOBDITT Dont Pay Alimony to bo divorced from your appendix There will bo no occasion for It if you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings Now Lifo rills Their action Is so gentle that the appendix never line eauso to make tbo least complaint Guaranteed by Q L Penny druggist 2Cc Try them y Butter Factory for Stanford Cooperative institution that will btu great relief to dairy farming Better prices for product Messrs Jones and Bancroft repro venting tho Chicago Building and Man ufacturing Co arc canvassing our bus- IneSS men and farmers In regard to tho establishment of a creamery in Stanford on tho Elgin system of manufact uring butter shipping cream etc We see no reason why such an Institution should not bo n good industry for this community Other towns support enterprises of this kind and they prove a great help in keeping up the tmsincs of tho town The proposed plant will be with tho latest Improved machineryntld appliances the separator having a capacity of separating tho cream from 3000 pounds of milk per hour The improved machinery and the ways of conducting and operating creameries are entirely different Iron tho old system of cream gathered creameries where tho farmers had cream cans anti raised tho cream at home under the setting or gravity system loosing one pound of butter to every 100 pounds of milk that can be gained by sending tho snare amount to tin factory and having it put through the separator Tho skimmed milk returned to the farmer will bo sterilized which remains sweet thereby containing more nutriment for feeding than sour milt with all the cream loft in after skim ming and making butter at home Why tho separator system makes cows pay Simply by making more butter from tho same amount of milk which brings more per pound as it cur be ripened easily at tho factory liy tho separator all tho cream is extracted from the milk and all the butter It obtained from tho cream and tho re suits are fully 25 per cent greater than can bo obtained by home churning Again the separator expels from the cream all tho impurities that may be In the milk thus enabling tho factory to produce fine gllt edged butter of long kctping qualities perfectly unl form in color setting flavor and grain Elgin butter always commands a ready cash sale of from tOe to 12c more per pound than tho average country butter A plant of this kind would put In circulation each month among our farm Ing community several thousand dollars creating a better cash trade among the business men of tho town build up and enhance the price of land and also en hance tho price of cows fire plan of operating tho plant will bo purely cooperative no ono owning but one share 100 and nothing to be paid until tho plant Is completed and ready for operation Wo notice a num her of our business men and farmers ubftcribvd shares of stock to the same which strongly points to a plant of this kind fur Stanford In tho near future Tho above gentlemen have built during the past year plants at Shelbyville Taylorsvllic Bloomfield Wllmoro and other points and at this time they arc building plants tit Paint Lick Lancas ter anti Bowling Green This is an en terprise our people should encourage and not let go by- Sore Nipples Any mother who line had oxperlun with this dUlriwslnjr ailment will be- p1NnBed to know that u euro may be pffectod by applying Chamberlains Salve aS soon as the child Js done nursing Wipe It of with a soft cloth before allowing the balm to nurse Many trained nurses use this salvo with best results For smile by nil druggists Thero haw never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to de vclop whcro Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps the whole sys tern In perfect order Do not be Im posed upon There are imitation Craft Orchard Salts and Water on tho mar ket ask your druggist for Whites genuine Diamond Brand If tho drys arcsatisfied with the progress they aro making and this Is not a sufficient Sahara for them they might go to Southern Egypt where It never rains and is dry all the time Frankfort Journal Dont dose tho stomach to curo catarrh to tho head sounds sensible And tho groat suiccss ota Hyo mel in Hiring tho worst oases of catarrh groves its sensible Money back If Iyomol fulls G L Penny There you go Giving money to a Beggar crippleDadWell its a precedent I guess there wont bo no great rush to follow Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is best for women and children Its mild action and pleasant tasto makes it pro erablo to violent purgatives such as pIUs tablets etc Get the booklotand 0 sample of Orlno at G L Pennys RINK Saturday night i NEWS NOTES A baby about a yearold was found In tho waIting room of tho Illinois Central depot at Morganfiold Col Henry II Ewing aged C5 died at Owingsvillc of paralysis Ho was a Colonel In the Confederate army during the Civil War Walter Charley Davis a carpenter in a fit of insanity shot and killed a family of six with whom ho resided in San Francisco Four trainmen were killed in a collision between a passenger train and R freight at Bosbys Rocks 20 miles east of Wheeling W Va The Federal grand jury in New Yorl indicted several railroads on charge of granting rebates to tho Americas Sugar Refining Company At Smith land Livingston county bird Lee Wilson and Miss Nannie Suth erland sisters died within a few hour of each other of consumption Henry It D Maciver a soldier of for tune who had served long and honorably under many flags was found dead in bed In his room in New York After losing two fortunes former Senator William M Stewart of Nevada Is again rated at above 1000000 Hi started his third fortune after he was eighty years old Charles E Halliwcll of New York vlco president of the American Tobacce Company and ono of tho heaviest stockholders in the company died sud denly of apoplexy A Pittsburg paper says that Lynd hurst the homo of Mrs William Thaw in that city has been mortgaged far 100000 and that extraordinary efforts were made to keep tho record secret The labor situation in San Francisco is serious Street cars are not running tho telephone service is crippled the ironworkers strike in still on and nearly nil tho big laundries aro idle Tricky Tom Tharp was killed near Jackson by Walter Mullina The men quarreled over a crap game and Tharp drew a pistol on Mullins who took it away from him and shot Tharp to death Charged with embezzling 5000 be longing to Perry county J A Cornett former Sheriff was brought to Lexing ton by Marshal J II Stedham of Jackson who arrested Cornott in Guthrie Okla Thu raiders have been at work in Carroll county tearing up the tobacco buds Tweet the wcalthict planters Alex and Lam Thompson have suffered damage to their tobacco beds from unknown parties At Maysvillc tho local option election Tuesday was the most exciting ever held here and resulted In a decided victory for the wote by a majority of JIB they carrying every ward in the city save tho Sixth- Commander Robert E Poary in a telegram has authorised tho beginning of a collection by the school children of Oregon to make up tho COOOU necessary for the starting of another expedition to tho North Pole While racing with a Jersey Central railroad train between Point Pleasant and Asbury Park New York an auto mobllo in which Mrs G W Boyco and Miss Awilda Mass of Point Pleasant wore riding was overturned and Miss Mass was instantly killed The case of tho Commonwealth against James Hargis charged with tho murder of James Cockrill was placod on trial in the Fayctto county Circuit Court and adjourned until Friday that a special venire of 30C men from which to select a jury might bo summoned Five men out ol JU summoned in Fnyetto county quali Rod for service as jurors More News from the New England States It any ono has alms doubt as to the virtue of Foloys Kidnoy Curo they need only to refer to Mr Alvin ih Stlmpson of Willlatnantlc Conn who after almost losing hopo of recovery on account of tho failure of so many remedies finally tried Foloyt Kidney Cure which ho says was just tho thing for him as four bottles cured him completely Ho is now entirely well and free from all the suffering incident to acute kidney trouble G L Penny An editor of Bourbon county Ky proposes that instead of local option ho law should provide that whisky nay only bo sold in original packages or one gallon each Itwould bo a popu thinklloustonTexaslost should pea1oduo to the disease being so Insidious hat it gets a good hold on the system oforo it is recognized Foleys Kid icy Cure will prevent tho development- of fatal disease if taken in time G L I4onny Charles M Randall one of the best known men in the monuntains died suddenly in Laurel county Wednesday morning I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Anderson Freeman aged 83 is dead in tho Cumberland Falls section Mrs Jonn T Lillard formerlyo Boyle county died at Springfield Thomas Dudley colored was shot and killed by his son in law Bill Jones in Adair Tho Yosemite base ball team defeat cd tho D D team of Danville 14 to 11 at Danville the other day The Monticello and Cooper Turnpik Company of Wayne county with 7 500 capital stock has been incorporated Dan Whitemore of Clay county wai convicted at Richmond on the charge oC bigamy and sentenced to tho penitentiary for three years By a vote of 6 to 2 the Fiscal Court of Knox county decided to construct a macadamized highway from Harbour villo to tho Claycounty line Abe Bradshaw was arrested at Bur gin on the charge of attempting a cram inal assault on the 11 yenr old daughter of George Martin also colored Brad shaw is a preacher Mrs Minnie Raines of Atlanta was awarded a verdict for 4000 against the Q C and Southern railroads by the Boyle circuit court The plaintiff was put off a Pullman car at Junction City Sho sued for 15000 The Appellate Court reversed the Garrard Circuit Court in a case of the L N Railroad against J R Mount and remanded it for a new trial Appellee secured judgment below for 100 for personal injuries The reversal is on instruction- In a pitched battle on Sugar Island creek Bell county John Howard and Martin Green were killed and Elanor Howard is said to havo been fatally shot Jim and George Green were also badly wounded The fight was the result of an old feud John Howard lie ed in Clay county and was a relative of Jim Howard under couvictton for the murder of Gov Goebel A primary election has been called for Juno 1i to make the Republican nomination for Circuit Judge In the Twentysixth judicial district composed of Bell Harlan and Whitley counties Early in the year a convention was called but for some reason this arrangement was declared off Three candidates have entered the field W C Davis of Pineville 13 B Snyder and R S Rose of Williamsburg- An organization will be effected in this city Wednesday IGth which will bo ono of tho first of its kind in tho country The real estate men of Boyle Mercer Lincoln Jessamine Madison and Garrard counties have signified their intention of effecting an organiza tion among themselves and a meeting will be held in this city at the reales tate office of Dunn Adams on the above date beginning at 1 oclock Advocate KINGSVILLE Mr D C Allen has been assured of receiving number of votes in our community in hit coming race for assessor Mr Allen Is very popular hero and de servedly so We join his many friends in wishing him a successful race His lire Mr Doc Drye thinks ho will run for county judge a few years hence Quito a number from here aro attending the street fair at Somerset J Ed Boland of Lexington is spending the week here in tho interest of the Green- brier Polo Co J C Ronan of Onta rio Canada is here Inspecting tier Mrs R II Smith has returned from A visit to her mother near Atlanta C M Gooch was In Somerset this week Chester Gooch has returned to Bowling Green whore ho is attending college Messrs D C Allen and W S Drye of Hustonville were hero Tuesday M Green Murphy went to Cov ingten Monday to attend tho Maccabea convention Mr and Mrs Wm Lane attended the street fair at Somerset Virgil Bastin will move to Scienco Hill Mrs Wm Meeks continues very ill Mrs Edmund Murphy is very sick Meredith Francis who has been indisposed most of the past winter is convalescent Will Leach was up from Somerset Sunday Alonzo Rignoy and wife have returned to Somerset where they will reside Misses Corinne Johnson and Minnie Clark of Mt Olive are guests of tho formers sister Mrs G A Walter Mrs Robin Rigney was in Somerset this week Miss Della Rig noy was n visitor at Somerset Sam Rigney and wife havo moved to Som erect Mr and Mrs J M McCarty of Stanford were guests of relatives hero Sunday The Messrs of Grant county were here Sunday Chamberlains Colin Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There Is probably no medicine made that Is rolled upon with more implicit confidence thau Chamberlains Colic cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a century in which it has been In use people have learned shut it Is the ono remedy that never ails When reduced with water and woetened it Is pleasant to take For halo by all druggists =GRIFFON 11KAND Snappy ClotueaGrifron Brand all wool Guaranteed Clothes are lead ers Try ours and bo convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Brown Pivot Beam Rid= ing Cultivator DIRECT PRESSURE Balancing Lover secures comfort for both operator nUll team Powerful Leverage on foot treadles makes easy work for the operator Quick action in dodging crooked hills of corn makes it superior to any thing on the market TryJOne And Be Convinced w H HIGGINSI I Cbe Ottcoln goimty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOO00 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Garter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk or TraylorGilbertsII Cummin Ircachersville L G Gooch Vnyncsburg Ivy First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Inmutlon was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in IUD then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganised ai the First National Ilaik of Stanford in 1683 baring had practically an uninter rupted exlatence for 43 yearn It Ii better upplled now with taclllties for tranuct log business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J 9 HOOKEB Preit S T HARRIS V Pre J J McKOUEKTS Uhf W IL WEAUENAsst Obn Directors V Reid Uantlllo 8 T Haul Stanford J S Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford S H Daughman Stanford T P urn Stanford Jas Robinson Debbie J If UaUcliuian Stanford J 8L Pettui Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women FolksIA A Stove with tho largest oven that you over saw and tome other extra gocd features combiuedjwith u firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hatrt to beat If you are in needof n Cook Stovo do not fail to see mo before you buy All kinds Pumps from 150 up to 6160 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tanner and Plumbers L 0 The Interior Journal a E C WALTON JT ROBERTS It ncnmlldnte for Magistrate In the Crab Orchard Magisterial to the ftetlonof t liu party JOHN J MOSER II n cnndldolo for Jailer of county subject to the action of the Democratic party IM BRUCE Is n condldole for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the iictlun of tlm Democratic party JAMES C HAYS I COUIIIIubJect 0 party D C ALLEN lS n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn tyubJCct to the itcllol or the lICIIUHrIlUC party c TilE growth of national banking is phenomenal and that of State banks Between April G ofalmost as grcpt last year and March 22 of this Year every item in the statements of the national banks increased except that there was an insignificant decrease in the amount of regal tenders held The increase of less than 12 months in the resources of the banks is astonishing The capital surplus and undivided profits increased 108000000 the circulation increased less than 33000000 which is very much less than the in crease would have been permitted under the enlarged capital the individual deposits increased 291000000 the government deposits increased nearly 80000000 the specie increased close to 41000000 the loans and discounts increased 394000000 and the increase in the total resources was 617000000 IN an interview given the Associated Press former Boss George B Cox of Cincinnati a Foraker supporter announces for Taft for President and Foraker for Senator Upon being shown the interview Mr Foraker said he would abide by the will of Ohio Re publicans and support Mr Taft for President if they indicate that to be their wish A conference of Ohio Republican leaders to be held at Columbus next week likely will indorse TaftAS a result of the resignation of the president of the National Association of State Railroad Commissioners and Interstate Commerce Commissioners Chairman C C MrChord of the Kentucky Railroad Commission has been honored by advancement to the post He was vice president having missed t election to be head of the organization by just one vote POLITICAL The Florida House adpoted the Senate concurrent resolution indorsing William J Bryan for the Democratic nomination for President Richard A Collins has been recom mended for appointment as Postmaster at Lebanon Junction The present Postmaster has resigned The Wisconsin Legislature has passed a bill prohibiting the sale of tobacco to minors under 16 and forbidding its us by anyone below that age limit If France urges it the Uuited States will send to that country a tariff commission similar to that which went to Germany headed bylDirector North of the CensusJBureou The scandal connected with the good name of the late Congressman Galusha A Grow of Pennsylvania is the subject of much gossip in social and official circles in Washington- A that the Presirumor to the effect dent contemplates offering the position of Commissioner of Internal Revenue to Judge GeorgeDuRelle of Louisville is not credited in Washington- As a President candidate Judson Harmon is impossible of course All attempts to Harmonize the divergent and warring Democratic factions will be futile Kansas City Journal Secretary Taft doesjfnot act like a man running for the Presidency but perhaps he expects the Presidency to run for him If it does it will catch him prepared Philadelphia Press t Senator La Follette is credited with laying out a very ambitious political programme for the next few months which includes his yet incipient presidential boom and the lecture platform Norman E Mack of Buffalo who Ihas been touring Europe soys M- political conditions in theiUnited States now exist one is privileged to guess There may be three nominees Roose velt Bryan and Hearst- J Hal Woodford owner of the win ner of the Kentucky Derby was nomi nated by the Democrats as their candidate for the Legislature from Bourbon county the nomination bet ing equivalent to an election Bathhouses of the Missouri Legis lature adopted a resolution inviting President Roosevelt to attend the eighth reunion of the Army of the Philippines which is to be held in Kansas City August 13 14 and 15 The appointment by Gov Beckham of Attorney Irvine Hampton as Magis i trate for the Eighth Magisterial district of Jefferson county upon the rec of Louisville 1ommendation mean of the Ifefforts to close the saloonsIn Louis villa on Sunday t E M Cox having withdrawn fromI the race for the Republican for Representative for Wayne and Clinton counties there will be no primary election The withdrawal of Cox from the race left Dr J A Sloan the only candidate and the Republican Committee met hero and declared him the OBryan of Owensboro has written a letter to Mayor Woods of Richmond objecting to the formation of a State Law and Order League Mayor OBryan says it is a slander on Kentucky to intimate that the laws are not enforced and such an organiza tion is not necessary in order to preserve peace and property rights CIlRlSTIANCIIURclI REVIVAL The revival in progress at the Christian church which began on Monday last is awakening large interest the attendance being unusually good and interest intense There have already been a number of additions to the congregation and the revival to produce a large and general religiousI awakening in the community Dr It H Crossfield the evangelist while oc cupying a regular pastorate in Owens boro where he preaches to a large church is also an evangelist of extensive reputation his recent revival at the First Christian church Kansas City Mo being the largest in the history of that historic congregation Being Catholic in spirit he aims to conserve the spirit of good fellowship among all religious bodies The entire community regardless of church affil iation will hear Dr Crossfield with great pleasure nud profit The music is in charge of Rev C W F Daniels of Hustonville and as director of the large choir and soloists he is winning golden opinions at each service His voice is a rich tenor in quality with rare range and sysmpathy The choir is composed of the best voices in the city and is a strong factor in the meetings The services are conducted at 10 A M and 730 P M each day there being no day service on Saturday On Sunday afternoon in addition to the Sunday school rally at 930 and the services at the morning and evening hours Dr Crossfield will give his lecture on When you get Married This will be free to all but tickets of admission will bo required at the door These tickets will be ready for free distribution on Friday evening The following are the subjects which Dr Crossfield will discuss during the evenings of this week in addition to the Old Folks meeting today at 10 A M and up to Monday of next week Friday night Drift ing Away From God Saturday night Things That Save Sunday morn 5ngRightly Dividing the Word Sunday afternoon lectureWhen you- get Married Sunday night Almost but Lost Monday night Side Doors to Heaven Tho services begin each evening at 730 oclock HIGHLAND Rich Young has moved to South Fork Born to the wife of John G Reed Jr a girl- Some of our farmers are about thro planting corn- Barney Ernst has put up a blacksmith shop on his place Delmar Adams has been very sick of pneumonia but is improving 0 G Speaks continues to improve his place with new fences outbuildings etcMr Napier of Garrard county has moved to the Logan Bryant place which he bought recently 0 G Speaks has gone to Hubble with his traction engine and car loaded with his saw rig etc to do some sawing Uncle Sam through the postmaster general has said that the Highland postoffite must go May 15 What will the I J do when there are no more Highland letters 2Quit business Ed Mrs Rilla Chestnut with her two lit tle girls Mamie and Susie after a separation of more than seven years have returned to the husband and father Mr Ed Chestnut at Somerset It is to be hoped that they will live happily together hereafter The little girt will be greatly missed by their many friends here Miss 7ora Baugh is at home from the Kingsville school Misses Ina and Eli za Thompson of Eubanks visited Miss Efile Young recently Mrs Mary S Gastineau and son Lee of near Lancaster were guests of her brother H II Walls Mr Baughman of Danville was the guest of 0 G Speaks Mr and Mrs Walter Baugh of Somerset visited their parents here John Dobbins of Somerset been with his best girl here John Spires spent several days with his daughter Bryant at Somerset Miss Sallie Faulkner returned from a visit to friends at Stanford Mr Hughes of near Lancaster was here a few days since looking for a farm- Wouderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes NA Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our homo doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected Wethenemployed other doctors but no benefit resulted Bychanco wo read about Electric Bittersbought a bottle and soon noticed Improvement We continued this medicine until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body build ing health tonics Guaranteed at Pen ny a Drug Store 500 The County Meeting IThe semiannual meeting of the Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held with the church at Hubble on the third SaturdayMay IS All churches in the county are urged to send delegates to the meeting Pledges will betaken for the coming years work The program is as followsI10 A 1010 Advantages of Cooperation C W F Daniels 1030AddressE W Dclcamp 1050Music 1055Report of evangelstJ G Livingstonl120AtldressJ Q Montgomery 11110 Reports of churches NOON RECESS 1 p MSong and prayer 110AddressF M Tinder 130AddressGee D Vcrco 15QMusicl55AddressH C Garrison 216AddressR II Crossfield 23Music240AddressL M Omer 300AddressJosephBnllou320Adjournment P W CARTER chmn w II SHANKS aecy- HUSTONVILLE On account of repairing and putting In new carpets and furniture at the Presbyterian church that congrega tion by invitation will worship next Sunday morning and night with the Baptist congregation Rev H P Jackson their pastor being on a visit in Virginia Rev E V fadlock will preach in tho Baptist church morning and evening All cordially invited lt yB Friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward N Y sayt Dr Kings New Discovery Is my best earthly friend It cured mo of asthma six years ago It has also performed a wonderful cure of Incipient consumption for my sons trite The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the other symptoms left one by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over coughs lull colds Is simply marvelous No other remedjr has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 60c and S1 Trial bottle free Fire in Kansas City destroyed the University building occupied mainly by Montgomery Ward Co as an office building One man was killed ono woman is missing and 15 people were injured The property loss is estimat ed at 250000 Sam E Welch the Berca merchant charged with maliciously shooting at without wounding II W Beatty enter ed a plea of guilty and was fined 300 at Richmond Blue Monday often comes from Sunday eating Strengthen the stomach with Mlona and Monday will have no Indigestion Fifty cents GL enn- yBLACK u HAWK Coming 5 years oldilcarylslne Muck with white point I5J huncU high will srnelei- ttslitItetorpnrkcoltaIltilU fur jennet colU IIlresatDlohur0 it living colt Mares purled with forfeits Inturunce 1n turo at2WJerluuuth Not responsible accident slumhl why occur Dull imcl lee my Juekf unit their Jack cults us well I cnn slow you what my Jack can do ni I go on the Missouri 1111111 show you Instead of telling you I will tale pleasure in thaw ing nil mule Jack and Jennvt colts I will alwi stand my Jack Veyton for ftJO to Insure n living colt on MIIIIU terms ns Illuck Hmvk Will alto serve n Jew inures rn huleiendrnclrfMore hi ndKy DORSEyOOLDDUST12052 One of Kentucky Best producer Hull brother to Kstelkt rin4 sired by 71 lend Jolddutl 4HII by Uolddust by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllrudl an lni orted Ara bian stallion Honey Uoldduol dam U Florence by Golden Mlngo Uhlef son ol INs Morgnn milking him an Intensely In bred Morgundesceiidlng from llIr Will on both sldes the best family of road horsO known Dorwy lolilduit In n dark bay full 16 hand high nod weighs 1u undia proven and uniform breeder of ilgh class road and inlerl111orsu combin ing all the for hnmcM and saddle and are In demand at top price Wlllmako the preenteusn ut my farm near Htan fonlon Huitonvlllttplkentr TU INHUKK AOOIr Mares kept at 00 cents per week So re ipoiulblllty for accidents or escape The bent of personal attention given prusen1toeIccndlnl rrom Tom Keene wW Joe II nuk Jacks ut 110 TO IN HUUkAMULKCOLT K KKI1 Danville Ky Antecarlo 226 J2 Made over Ver allle truck In winning race Hired by Auteo I54 taut bold lor Jjuuu ut public sole First uuui Mary Ann Hull storm HIS son of Muuatirltoiutchuno Those two erosfs produced The Abbot Zany ciiamplou trotting gelding of tho world dam uy Independence souof Andrew Jack ton independence dam by American mar Tiio American Htnr und Andrew Jack son blood U responsible for Uresceus jOI ii the champion troulng stallion of thu worm You sou Auiecurlos ton top crctse lire re sponsible for tho tastes gelding two neat crosses are rcipoudhle for the mttest stal lion Then you Sir he In butter bred than either or them bur he bus the blood of troth handshwelgnWgllpupuwlUS col livingtBUCK Ulack Jack with white points years old IIIIIIVHluul coltAll onOtteuhclin pike 84 miles iron Hlnnford to tnkentoihould any occur Dichon OX Smith Pence Jr Pence Jr will innke the season of IWl at burn ii inllvi Knit of llriMlliend and 5 mile North of Mt Veriion nt tIco to In sure n living roll If mitre U trailed or part ed with tho season money Iwcomca due Till excellent stallion Is the property of Mr John Z spootiainoro of Lincoln colin tylenceJrtiny stallion yearn old full hands high Rood style und action Ity he by llelmont he by htAllllnllland ilnm livdroy Kagle bottom Jr s 1st dnin Kd brw11n3 t Ciutolar ICY he by Volunteer Kd llurlowa 1st dam by VVoburn 2nd dam by u Mnmhrlno horse ird dam by Mambrlno Messenger IVntv Jrs Id dam by tllllVi Vermont Mare grated at SUI per month riot ru poutlble for accldvnta or vooiipu sliolilU tiny occur It U HM1T1I Itlatt Ky J K BAUGHMAN Itlack Jack with white points by Turk lngtnnnNHioIeouinHhHniUniMl has proven ft great super will spl 115110JOHN mlllackwithwhit II known tl nil who hUatules fur till extra breeding lie will stand in p MENEFEE fII18tSJWIMacey due when colt Is buifed or Inn1ft faded or Isirtrd wltkorbretl toolhertol flare ruMd nt tt tier month tire taken to prevent nceldmu but not rCllotlllllth should ny oucur 1tethtnteuk ami tbvlr eoltn butoro you bored- IL O IKTTUS IrMiehvnvIlle Ky Morgan Denmark This notnl ttnlllmi will make the nreMnt boon nt M KulHink t ltleiMitRr loan caster A Imnvlllo rtntlIIlr llubhl Kynt the low price of i jw to Insure a living eolt Till noted stallion has more hennal load titan any llvtiic stallion nA will lm vn by rending his r Moraan Imn murk was shred by the natal stallion On Time whose pedlcrre traces tack to tuiKirt llntgvfanl Morgan IHnmarkH dnm 1IIIdy Nloritiiii was one of the lo1lt 11Ildle and uliow mares In Kentucky Hhe was lml by Htonewnll Jackson whose iMdlurvu races kirk to Ituwrlcl IledBeford Mu gnn iHnmurkiJnddam was by Bnl duiii h Mutchltt ltd hull by Trntinhy Morgan Iranmark U n dark bnyj fully 10 mall and Is heavy hllllt at e a wwk not responsible for escapes or nrcldenls- JAUF MiKkciiMr Hubble Ky ALMONT DARE Hired by Dignity DnrellHiAH IIlt ie blhttr Ilan 10 he b1IROk toIqlllrr1 M IIP by Itlack Kngleil he by King Wil liam 1st dnm Toiuway ol Id T II IL dheby Mnmbrlno he by Jnd ditutUidr liavU 1rlt avisbp IhhulsmIsletSrldaniMntlleIF- orelgnb IJghi by YorIllnr by Injinrt I Olrico nb dani Mettle by Punning hunt Copper liottom 6lh dnntbylmporlm- ALMilNT Uuullnl OAItJ bas upward ort Import ed rruaes on hits dnlni s lti to 1m porled Messenger times to imiMirml IHo tutu I UIIII tolmporlKl lltinnrtln time to Imported llenco 2 tlnun Imported flat sor latlnora FrorUel en Fllnimp lllnckfastTmveler hilt other For she style lniiuty dhlHldUn anti lab for ma nee In harness under smlillr ron Idlrlng age and handling hw has no suw rlornnd but few equals Hte him nut you like httm ifs tins but two coils ns Vlt mid their owners sire proud of then Will tand nl IIIU Also two good Jacks that fled but few words of coinmendatloii In the public they have made their reputation as extra breeder Jacks will stand at NIO All theatevewill mnke frollliillstonlntt- n my place Yi mile llujtonvllle lllerty turnpike nrassfiirnlshnlat JJper month Not re sponsible for iiccldeiun or esciiix- K H lowalLt Sox lltutonvlllc Ky GALTON T2910 Hired by itunlxttn Wllkri S1IS with Wl with reconU from Saw to Sufi la In iliclalmetl to be the prettiest site In the world 1st dam iHilsy Yb of 4 with n ruts of from 21r lotSM by Kntleld 111 son nl Ilmnbletmuuii Ill duui by Mrl uigldershaveoInrulortetter Slur Eniteld Yuri bus 0In 515 2nd dam Quickstep by sire of r Q IIi nwnndeJf and till dnnisU- hI the 2SJ list and duet Old Joe sire olhll dam of JQ Ylftt ialtou the blood of four lending Iii lllesi IinmbletoitnnViikes Mambrl noUhlef mid 10111 Aiiierlean Mtar- Clalton Undnrk islyi2y liiinds bretxt large line style iicllon 11It il urn III ty only d of his colts have worked it horl tints for speed One took n murk of 111 OliO IIIh the I went trlll froUl IM to 2fs None of them out of a standard bred morn Ills colt have gone ngiilnul and defeated tilt last In hnrneas cblases and rlllldllr ri0gsaeof his colt Jimmying wont f75 premium nt the liusii fair over tit colts are In great deniand llIrl bringing the hllllll1 prlclt many of them selling for JVU oniniHiit Is un Iueltlry us Ill Is bo well known ho hnv till made all of his seasons at my place Hilton will stand nt my stable 3 West of Hiu nvllleontime To Iiuuroa Living itolt Moneytlue if inure trmllClllltr 111I1t brut Ontss after Arhl- it tUJIJ xr tuoath Onfl kI roan wllh young cols rennntotrom those that hove not Phone In residence W M UODU Hustonville Ky= Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI registered Middlcstnlllon will mukp till susonof farm In KyuUIOTO INHVUfi A 1IVINM cuLT Is a cwnbhled 11111011- 7YIurlolif n btlIlltlllll hay one wllltu furl IIlId star full la hands hlKh wwlghi 110- poulull with high style action leunnd110 I8h tint entitles hint to the nttentlun or Itrecdefli RKEHlred by ASood Hmilrrel sea by 1II0ck HMUlrrel W lit Nellie hud by VllnJletlrll ICtngris- t ofPtiver King he hy on Time r15 MOlleWlI1I Jncksun ud dUIII by UIIIIIH- IIlulngtoll Y Wood Htlulrrels let damn- hy lilt Edge lu2nd dlllll dam lIglo Illydl by Kn II sun of Cubicgls Lexington K srddiimuy Hamlet Den he liest son ofmark Htar Eagle liolng K Dam Maude V DolunHOrulngcrjSnddam the great40 by Wujy K tiIxxlngton NoTE Bnulrrel Soa prohn blv the last bred addlestnlllou III tlifa sec lion or Kentucky ills colts lire large and well formed and ho Ills size unit hlBli carrluiie on tits get to u remarkable do lircederu will do well to look this horse gree over nnd note the low service fee bo fore hooking their ninren elsewhere DANDY JIM Tim urrut tack Muck with white yenrsold hand high fun brolller poln to Hubble Worid fair winner PRINCE WOOD white I hands three iidbyIgTmn Heetmnitothlof black theuI- nok o TO ISHUI 1A- 1lVINO will serve nt 110 COLTImnlCS forfeits insuranc0 not rc frllllln Ionlbl for accident mores grnxed lit JfO per month w U uUDJKUAU mjwiaud Jy 1theChum over In lionV goods wo aro showing tho ti yIWalkover and the Manss In Patents Vici nriil tlu Gun Metals In Ladieri Oxfords wo show tliO ULTRA AND BROCKPORTr In these low shoes wo havo been QXCCCtllllglcnroful anti Icol info in enylintV that tho Styles and Lasts are as near correct as wits over shown hon TJo t of tho niona are 88 sum and S4 tho ladles 8260 tIncolon of polish that you can change to suit any occasion H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pensebut a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Comejin and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO Il LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists TV Wo nro agent for popular pharmaceutical preimrutlon of John Wetllt lire Ilirko Davis Co Volghto Alia keeps In stork other wellknown brands used In pre scriptlon If you copt call rcmemt er wo have both phones Hell and llnstln paint Your House I r Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly wouldadd greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD 4fff DRUG CO Dont Forget To wafosasetteo- Look nt our New Tailored Suits New Shirts hath Voiles nnil Fancies Now Silk Wraps New Not nnd Silk Waists New Wash Waist Now Muslin yAw A FLYER I30nicbOunrnntccd Black Taffeta Silk tho 110 quality fur SOc Just the kitid for drop skirts I L SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY oJ STANFORD Ky MAY 10 1907 i SwsIIiun Finish wl mako old furniture look like new Pennys Drug Store r PERSONALS O En WILKINSON was in Cincinnati tlilll 1Mn week K S ALCOIIN Is at the rinavlllo 11 circuit court DR J D OWSLBY Is considered t sltelitly Utter MRS II Unioitr HAYS la vUHIng Danvlllo friends MR A T NuSNUUnv spent n few t days in Louisville MRS ISAAC HunuAnn of Mordant Is with Mrs W G McBee MRS W 0 WALKER and daughter visited relatives In Gnrrard BORN to tho wife of Judge Joseph Magee of Crab Orchard a daughter DR J W ACTON wife and son lIut sec ot kingsvlllc were hero yesterday DR J G CARPENTER was at East I Hcrnstadt Wednesday to sco a patient F THOMPSON JR of MU Vernon It with his sister Mrs L H Hughes MR GEORGE D FLORENCE was nt rl rinovlllo on legal business tho first of tho week MR J M CARTER was up from Som t snot this week mingling with his many friends here MR AND MRS J THOMAS CHERRY of Urodhoad were on Wednesdays Louhville bound train Miss MIRANDA McKBNZiu left WeJ neaday for a protracted visit to friends in Atlanta and St Louis EVAN little son of Mr anti Mrs W D Kdmlston of Crab Orchard fell tho other dayand broke his arm MRS M Eo FISH and son Master Monies Fish of Crab Orchard are guests of Mrs J G Carpenter MESSRS J It WONBR and Ed Wllk this week to Inson WCTO In tcxlngton sea soma fine Odd Fellow work done MISS ELLA STEFFEN nieco of Mr William LnndRraf Ottenheirn arrived from Germany this week to visit him Miu UEUBES WILLIAMS of McKln ney is back from Lexington where ho sold lots of his rheumatism medicine MRS JOHN II JACKSON J MR AND Wednesday to atLondonwent up to tend tho burial of their friend Chn- rles1M RandallMiss McBEE who has been Miss Mary Hubbard at More was called homo by tho Illness of 1 her brother MRS T C WlLLia and pretty little daughter Nancy of Nicholasvllle arc visiting Mr and Mrs J B Willis at Crab Orchard Springs Miss IIBTTIB MOORE of McKinney Is visiting her sister Mrs Lute rib boll Miss Della Godby of Moreland is visiting her sister Mrs J P Kchy Somerset Journal CECIL McCLARY of tho Citizens Bank of Brodhead has been elected cashier of the now bank at Troy Wood ford county Tho bank will open for business tomorrow REV GEORGE 0 BARNES will arrive from Sanibci Island Fla today to attend tho bedsido of Miss Nancy Van Deveer whoso condition was some what improved yesterday JOHN G CARLISLE ALCORN of Hus tonvllle has taken a position with a party which Is atM civil engineering work on tho Chicago Alton Railroad Mr Alcorn Is now headquartered at Springfield III COL JAMES W GUEST a trainer rt ithe olden days who laced Terra Cotta and other good ones Is attending tho- races September 7 of this year will mark tho 60th anniversary of his marriage Tho event will bo celebrated at Crab Orchard All guests will receive- a golden souvenhvLouisvillo Times E FARUIS andMRS JOSEPllMat AND daughter Mrs George C Keller have they ben Orlando for the pasts where months Miss Katherine enter lalned frIday evening with n skating t party a number of her friends Llnlo and Peachlo Daughmnn McClary of Stanford have VecVesU at the homo of Col Mrs I M Danville News LOCALS RiNK Saturday night CABBAGE tomato and other plant for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford I LAVE a splendid lot of buggy ha- ra ness at all prices J C McClary t V FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs 1 per 16 Mrs W J Edmlston Crab Orchard Ky Tim new floor is giving the rink new life Try it Saturday night ON account of tho meeting at the Christian church the stores will close at 7 oclock r M until further notice IALL kinds of blacksmithing and rc done Shoeing from 80c to 11 James A Eslog back of old Myers HouseNOTtcnTo patrons of U F D NoI 4 Call at Stanford postofllco and getI your box James C Florence postmaster IT is a fine to throw trash in tho gut ters Take it to the sink hole back ofI John M Stones R G Jones City Marshal AT 11 oclock on next Monday court day I will sell an eight year old thor oughbred mare and colt J P Chand ler auctioneer FOR SALE OR RaNDr J K VanAredalo property on Cut Off street For particulars call on or address L R Hughctt Stanford TilE L N will run un excursion to Loulsvlllo Sunday morning at 175 for tho roundtrip A special car for white people will be attached WHILE working around a saw mill near Ottcnhcim the other day Charles Bless fell breaking a rib and other wise badly hurting himself Tilt Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Tltlo Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices TimE 1 Nwill sell roundtrip tick ets to Louisville good for two days at 110 on tho following dates May 8 11 15 1822 25 29 and Juno I 5 8 account of the races A FRANKFORT dispatch says that John E Brown of Lincoln county has been paroled He was sent up from Grcenup county for murder in 1888 Ho is not known here MURPHY ACT the and uptodato Kingsvillo merchants have had n lot of bills printed at this office telling of some remarkably low prices they are offering for tho next 30 days WILL It HOCKEII who has been con netted with tho Q C with headquarters at Somerset has bought J W Powells stock of groceries etc and will continue the business at his old stand near the depot AGBNT R B MAHONY tells us that Mrs E S Payne of Crab Orchard had 500 on her furniture in one of his companies It will be remembered that she lost heavily by tho fire at Crab Orchard Sunday night a TilE city council of Lexington has provided a fine of 10 against a person harboring a dog which howls barks or yelps at night keeping people awake This example is worthy of all emulation The Stanford council might atone for many sins ef omission and commission by following suit McMULLiN Bailey McMullin aged 7G died at his home near Waynesburg Tuesday and was buried nt Olive Wed nesday after services by Rev R R Noel Ho had been a member of the Baptist church for many years and was a good substantial citizen Ills wife grownrkind and Indulget father Tim floor ofValltonss Opera House was filled with skaters Tuesday night and a largo number of spectators were on hand as usual The floor was In the pink of condition and the rink was in every way ono of the moat enjoyable so far On account of the opera house 1being used for tho commencement ex of Dr W D Tardifs school to night the rink will bo open Saturday night instead Better go if you want to spend a few hours pleasantly ICARD OK THANKS Realizing the truth of tho proverb that true friends are more valuable than gold or riches I desire to express my heartfelt grati tude to tho following gentlemen for their heroic untiring and successful efforts in saving my mill machinery etc etc from destruction in tho late firo at Crab Orchard which occurred during my absence Rev Verco pastor of Christian church Dr W J Ed mlston Dick Baker J B Smith J A Lasley T J Culton T W Napier and son J B Gilkerson L Cheaper to Move Than Pay Rent is an old tttying but n true ono is When your clothes get too small you mutt get larger ones Our growing trade demands more room and wo will move about Juno 1st to the largo room now being built ibr us in tho Myera house Corner We hoped to get in this new room for tho Spring trade but tho bad weather kept the work back We bought heavily of Spring goods and ore crowded for space consequentlywe will otter ninny attractive bar gains in order to reduce our stock by moving time Juno 1st The toll weather has hindered tho selling of Spring goods and wo must reduco our stock within tho next 45 days Watch this space for special offerings JUST received a carload of American Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard A LARGE gobbler belonging to Mrs G B Cooper loft or was stolen Sunday She will cheerfully pay for information loading to his recovery JAMBS BALIOU arrested Sunday in Rockcastle charged with shooting at a brakeman at Maywood had his examin lag trial before Judgo Warren yester day and was held over to circuit court in f500 which ho failed to give A GENTLEMAN who got a good view of Mrs Alice Roosevelt Longworth at tho Louisville races told us that she re minded him very much of Miss Edna Cumnitz of Hustonville You can be your own judge as to which of the dies is complimented LAW AND ORDER rR 1L Cross field who is conducting the meeting at tho Christian church and Eld F M Tinder of Lancaster will address tho citizens of Lincoln county at tho courthouse hero Monday next court day at 130 p Their subject will be Law and Orde- rNOTICEI will pay the highest cash price for your eggs poultry feathers roots hides etc Make a specialty of eggs and poultry Have opened a branch house at McKinney and am ready to receive produce of all kinds there Call and get our prices H B Northcott Stanford SOMEBODY got another pair of our 1430 ladies skates a few nights ago making two pairs of that size that have been taken from the opera house We trust Tlfct they were carried away unin tentionally and that they will be brought back at once A hint to the wise is sufficient Stanford Rink Co IN attempting to get one of tho big plate glasses for Sam Robinsons store out of tho box in which it was packed and shipped a break occurred and the glass was immediately sent back to be replaced by a new one Mr J R Powell who has tho contract for fixing the store front tells us that the glass was not packed right and that the house from which he bought it will be the loser- BALWIrDMrs r Sallie Ballard widow of Mr Ed Ballard died at her homo on tho Lancaster pike at 630 yesterday morning She had been ill a long time and her sufferings being very great death must have been a welcome to her Deceased was about years old and Is survived by two children Mrs R E Sallee and Mr Ed Ballard Mrs Ballard was a Miss Swope and sho leaves two sisters Mes damcs Bcttie Broaddus and Emma Has elden and two brothers Messrs W M Swope of Lexington and J II Swope of Danville They and the children have unbounded sympathy in their loss For a long time Mrs Bal lard had been a member of the Chris inn church and sho frequently ed herself as being ready and willing to meet her Maker Now that her suffer- Ings are over may her rest bo sweet and peaceful Tho funeral will occur at the late homo at 1230 Saturday afternoon and tho procession will follow tho remains to Rowland whero they will bo placed on the train and taken to Richmond for interment MATRIMONIAL George Collins of Cincinnati died on a Pullman car near Montgomery Ala where he was going to get married George W Thomas of Somerset and Miss Margaret Taylor of Greensburg will bo married May 23 Both aro pop ulor and wellknown- T E Moore and Miss Vollona San ridge and J W Moore and Miss Nora Sanrldgo were married by ono ceremony in Adair county Tho young women aro sisters and tho the grooms are cousins AH industries in Paducah may be tied up by strikes within a short time as a result of tho demands by carpen ters and painters for increased wages Other unions may walk out In sym pathy with tho strikers and it is regarded as a fight to the death between union labor and the employers Frank Ball under sentence of life imprisonment in tho penitentiary for the murder of Jack Bolen at Middles boro must serve his term the Court of Appeals having affirmed the judg ment of tho Knox circuit court j IA Narrow G W Cloyd a EscapejMo had a narrow ago when he ran a thumb Uo says Tho doctor wanted to amputate it but I would notconsent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at G L Pennys Druggist jCommissionerthat during the last the total losses by fire paid in Kentucky were Sl57379lt while the companies col lected in premiums 411843106 Ten thousand men are idle as the re suIt of the strike of longshoremen InI New York = NOTICE Olympian HprltiHs situated 4 mllea South of MrKlnnvyn million on the C It It and on MrHlimrjr A Mldillotnirc pike un which hacks rnn dully Ix now for the lr atrnenof llheiiina tUm Over Kidney Hlndder iiml nil Htoin itch oral Rowel Troubles Khenmntlim u iptclnlly at reasonable rates Fur particu Inre nod term address K JIHIMH Pror It K IJ HOT M Hustonvlllo Ky BANKRUPT SALE On the Wh dny of Mny lOTat 10 oclock t it on the premIesur Mn Hallle J 1on nlnglon I will tell at public auction tor cash or upon u credit of lO dos the follow- Ing IwlunRlng to the bankrupt uslote off Kerr t Iz One hlnck innro 5yctnroldIluvhorse yearn old two horno WIIKOII I buggy bout a bnrroU of corn household nnd kitchen furniture O U COOPKH Trustee FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain IfI soldwithin the next 60 days M cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write It Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic turn Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wntllnper Mr E T Beazley hfla charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE G PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be given salts purgative waters or harsh pills or tablets when the bowels are con stipated and neither should any medi clue be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness it especially adapted to young peoples use It gently but sure manyIonicsysternevery way Dohlayaeld long1medyspepslaIvcrmany other Ills that afflict the stomach and vowels It Is guaranteed to do what we claim and by Its use a homo cure at very little cost Is easHy brought about Children are oftra troubled with skin dis eases are backward In school lose weight and reallyheDr Cal 1weUs Syrup Pepsin will correct Uo to your druggist today and buy a bottle and see bow Quickly the chtltl gets again tlseIIIcent bottle has often restored an entire family TDCC TCCT Thou whhtng to try DrCtld urInwaddrersingtecompany TnJi offer Is to that till Ilol1wIIosymptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective Uxatlvs for children women knd old THEPUBLIOproducttears SO1S III i t Special No 2 a OneFourth oil tho price ot any now Spring Tailor Suit Tans Greys Navys lllnck and Fancies 01 ++ I I IOXFORDSJTardy SHOSIncomplete I 1 line and fool safe in saying that wo are now able to show you as good a line of Spring Shoes as the best both from a point o f sl stylo and wearing qualities Wo will bo glad to have the op iportunity to f I Show You Our 1- i Line I embraces nil the good and new styles in Plain and Undressed IIt Kids and Patent Leather Oxfords Prices From 200 To 350 IwGuaranteed Y COt Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House I STANFORD KENTUCKY t t It II e aaea++ ++ +aee araa a Spring And Summer ClothesI For The Particular Man Every good dresser appreciates clothes made The Heldman Way They possess Ia full degree of style as well as quality There is snap to them that appeals to the wearer Dont fail to see our line W B Perkins L cat I at D and FOR K C R Leghorn II for setttng of or tliroti or 11 Untf Crab Orchard Kentucky 1 Screen DoorstScreen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seedsiddt Plow Gear Bottom Prices Geo Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS SALE ellgs l1TJJllUlto I L N TIME TABLE No Jl Houth1121 p No si Mouth so p a- xNoY4NorthrcdA No rye North i17 v JOS S RICE Agent 01 i- rThe Interior Journal Enltrtd at Stanford at ltIIOndclau nlallnIPOBLIBUBD TOBMIJAVt A JD FHIDAT AT 100 PER YEAR CAS- When not 80 pO will be charged A Nice Home for Sale 1 olre to sell lilY hou e and lot In OrnJ Orchard 5roonts one ncn of butt pad good etn5 Alot u1tblllldlll of excellent fruit Ntv Well on nick porn J n HTKKS rasa mv Crnn orchard NOTICE r Any one needing n Union Jnek nml Wire Rlretchtr can leave tholr order with T li Nwlnntl rat l4tnhford lie has ono Ito 1111 how jou nnil tnke your order nml will till f tho tniuu on short notice n T LUNHFOnn 33 D CARTERN- ow Livery Depot Street Phono 90- 5TANFORD KENTUCKY A WORD TO YOU I You nre tnvltod to look nt the New While line of 1ohnV InIII Ulne lcrow 1Orny aU4to1nch Ard Those 11having nlllChlckenap- tengo Bring hen beforethtygodown- e O H HAUUlBOnib Orchnrd Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Owsley Building INSURANCE FIre Lightning WindStorm Life and None bnttbe HTIIO QEHT nnd Sile Hateaunranteeed Loss 1nylng Loweit Boo arcrflinnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky rtesldenco shone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why bui rendymndeclothlnswhcn this U to littledlarrenioIn the o aiade suits and a suit mudeto your uteaau tnllorT I hive n liandiomolIneofHprlnKAHuminerBoods I theaaektdrelssuitwAlso Oercoats Truns to Sri nod Fancy Veils Tho company 1 rep tent U second to none HO UUIIKV The Tnlior Htnnford Ky tJIlfS M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALEB IIT f Building Material of all kinds Sas Doors Blinds Cement Nails Builders d Hardware Paints Oils Etc manufacture concrete blocks for build lug purposes and do all kinds ot con crete work Prices on application Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Spec Attention Olvou Commercial Men Uood Ul nt lleanouuble llute Stock Pens In Connection Alio for all kind of Hnrvestlng Machinery Uanollne and Hteam Hnglne Tbrexhlng Machinery nod haw Mills i toee us before o1 buy commission salesmen for nit ecund hua d jnuohtimry eee lXt eaTs I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarueeaSaddlery Sic STANFORD KENTUCKY OfDce Phone lOT Rome Phone 33 fIUndertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers In Fur allure MattiugsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Giver Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t FARMERS DEPARTMENT Douglas Thomas Nota Baron 2181 is dead at Paris FOR SALEA fresh cow W C Shanks Stanford 2t A Kentucky saddle gelding sold in New York recently at 5000 He is a year old by Eagle Jewel dam dy Hold Artist and saddlebred on both sidesSixtyfive thousand pounds of hemp owned by Eubanks S Mason of Grassy Lick was destroyed by fire in the ware house owned by C II Petry at Iti SterlingTo traders and farmers of Lin coln county I will be at Stanford on county court day with a carload ofnice mountain sheep mostly ewes and lambs M L Moore Dr Hugh Reid has bought for this year of B D Holtzciaw his fine broodmare by Silver King paying 140 for the season lie will breed her to J M Pettus Beau Naboth Powell Depp Hustonvillc Ky have 37 extra long yearlings cattle for sale About 30 reds and the rest blacks Have been fed on corn and millet since the 1st of March in fine shape to take grass Secretary of Agriculture Wilson who is now at Chicago says the current reports of damage to crops are greatly exaggerated and that in his opinion prospects at this time of year were never brighter J H Swope of this city sold to Starling Co Louisville 21000 pounds of tobacco at 7c D F Logan sold a fine horse for J II Swope Kentucky Cardinal to B T Goggin of Somerset for 376Danville News The monthly crop report of Commis sioner of Agriculture Vreeland says The unprecedentedly cold weather of Aprilcaused the corn planted in March to make a complete failure Forward wheat was materially injured Tho Bourbon County Board of Control of the American Society of Equity an nounces that more than 400 acres of the 1007 crop has been added to the tobacco already pooled leaving about 1000 acres yet unsigned The plant shortage will cut down the acreage Pink Star owned by J II Woodfprd and bred in Kentucky won the thirty third Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on a track deep with mud Zal was second and Ovelando third Twen ty thousand persons filled the stands and grounds in spite of the threaten ing weather peopleroThe population one hundred years ago was just onefifth what it is now Though the number of births was near ly double the number of deaths in 1904 the birthrate is steadily declining The postal figures show that in 1905 there were 1028 postoffices in London and 2435 public telephones working The total imports at London in 1904 amount ed to 849086000 and tho total Londonshwealth is shown by the assessed income 1tax value in 1904 in the administrative county Houses representing 219264 000 trades and professions 301045000 profits of companies and other interests 698511000 salaries corporate bodies 115044000 salaries army and navy 103674000 In 1905 there were 2993 motor cars and 1852 motor cycles in London Licenses to drive were grants ed iox8070 people the felt received amounting to 36800 Good Words For Chamberlains Cough Remedy People everywhere take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities of Mrsowrites 101 wish to toll you that I can recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years old has been taking this remedy whoa ever she had a cold singe she was two months old About a month ago I contracted a dreadful sold myself but I took Chamberlains Cough Remedy and was soon as well as over This remedy is for sale by all druggists The Kentucky Court of Appeals in deciding that the constitutionalty of tho Cammack County Unit Law cer tainly places local option in the saddle to stay depending only upon the continuance of public sentiment to the point of the laws strict enforcement wherever the prohibitory rule invoked Tho decision confirms all that is claimed for the law and makes it possible to make the local option system of control the traffic almost universal through out the State Somerset Journal When I was at Harvard said Dr William F Anderson of New York in boyshadused to warn speakers not to be too prolix It compared a speech to a wheel You know professorlthey would say the longer SpOKO greater the tireChristian Registers For stomach troubles biliousness and constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures have been effected by them Price 23 cents Samples free For by all drugglsta o r patientHis BrideI am mamma I know it will take time for him to learn that ho cant have his own way Relief from Rheumatlo PainsI I suffered with over two years says Mr Curry a patrolman of Key West Fin Sometimes It settled In my knees and lamed mo so I could hardly walk at other times It would be In my feet and hands so I incapacitated for duty One night when T was In severe pain and lame from it my wife wont to tho drug store hero and came buck with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I was rubbed with It antI found the pain had nearly gone during tho night I kept on using it for a little more than two weeks and found that It drove tho rheumatism away 1 have not had any trouble from that disease for over three months Forsake by all druggists Application has been made upon tho CourierJournal for portraits of tho late General Cassius M Clay and the late Col Charles S Todd each a former Minister of the Uuited States in Rus sin It Is desired by the government to place these portraits in tho Gallery of the Embassy at St Petersburg from which they are the only former Envoys that are missing The CourierJournal will be obliged if from either the Todd family or the Clay family some sug gestlon be sent it where these pictures may be obtained Disturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed the con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar O L Penny L The wife of Columbus Lutes ofScott county suicided by taking carbolic acid VJTAE ORE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Inln KIIIIrl form Dentno er DUfn e Ilnu lIocK Vltnllser Health and Htrenxth Restorer N H Bogie Mnrksbury Kentucky cnoml Agent D J SMITH My motto It Quick Hales end Hnmll IrofllsJhumidgntnuhndsuper fur ft a pound brown unnr for II two tc lose- of Matches for ilMlu aof IAIIOX for 100 3 Oak TollitHonport ithir thlnx s In proportion nude and tryy bron burlug eUewhere w Molbliii fur Muring wmr and u few of old itovk Iclt Jut at hell price CILBERTS CREEK KY J W AOEYILivery Stables r1nlHI Ampler IlotHi HUtnford Ky Thorn ITS Take Our Standard Remedy For HChltlen1tbeIlIllRtltlDt InllHminatory Ilheti ninlUm Halt llheum Indlgvttlon Coiwtl pntlon Kidney Troul lti or any rtlvmwa nrliliiR from Impure Itlood lU imHlilinr If taken nceordliiK to dlivrtlonn and hr or shr to not lieniMtHil Ity the or tin roimdy wi will refund tour nion y iit by well to- nrrytddreyoareIptultl Kuril iwikiiy guanoteakKtun Kv I t Brigham Young llrlghnmYounglithe trout Mtiuifuril nt llro to InN n living Cult Wll STOP LADIES Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out IiquldSoap7s per cent of labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample ot two gallons deliver ed tree at your door Will call to see you J p CASH T K gross of drub Orotmrtl Ky tho wull known cuitrnlor of Horses rattle ito is now loud v to inrro lilt ones hopestoIf you Imvo n born or mule to cut trntt save the work for CiroM unit horn doer right lit nliw itoft1tartoSnltdmnkrnslxohdtyof In realiluucv UniO Or chord Kxrhnngf 50 Years An Agency50 Tho oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Hates bo foro Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre saute Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Min Phone 21 STANFORD K- YGreatlaiid1408 UlrtMitetiKonof Highland Denmark tw1 tnllt1lImurkUnolltInnol11nhrlghtonllninny hillbhehtllg stelllouInHighland Denmark2nd Hired liy Highland IVnmiirk TM lllnekMIIll11hlIII1ll 922IId thin hull by IIrIerlek Ind dnin liy n dofsttrti1MhelnltothlllChester Chief IIIIIt n roll M llnaU and Re lion Jay Wig Trotting tnlllo Hlrmlpi Wlgjlln Tffl ItYaoImrruto WI lilt lJA Iwual Foaled IQt General Wood 850 fly lir MeGonl li by Oov Woodl WOOmfourmore mtuml styli un say iIvtag ok II tohhtllfuneralooi Th alst KlBllloii soil Jnek will ntak for- wsonnt0irrallnndlImsrner lxINtotlHlilUIlll lltllll UUtllg IlTIHIl ark Iflf lure o1 Jiuk Htnrlirl lt on niplKntli ll J IOOK trIedugtaKitiIanl E R eIriR pe Ii 1 will stand the above horse mid a fine jack nt 810 to insure u living colt See them before you breed M S HAUOIIMAN Stanford Ky I have just received a large shipment of the famous PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREEZ ERS They make your CREAM quicker and better than any other in the world Try it GEORGE H HARRIS r Dignity Dare No 1W4 Vol A H MnhOKiiny buy blnok ixilnU whit only blghWelshlnunnd lull hack with lunllnln IahlliullnthOIlIlI1l1l on him n MUHlfl under ImlUr always wtttn tilut trlMH In niotlel ring extent twice WUIllIr1ItoutS year out wore nil honors In lilt olds wItnkn Syntrohl ho Will luowu tliiim and wore lt blue strings tm never IHWII ilvhHtrd In ahoy homes rlnai has always Iwu the tlalor In stolllon a a rUIII Ca n hrIrh- tn shown with three or mono of hi t for she tyf and iixritl conformnttoii nnd rirnllmrx Hi ll un saddle horse with live dlttlnct galls fast llnr noting maker gloat in two walk nml a filet very IKIIIIVP in hIs trot under saddle isletin litanies IUont nil round in li rvcuoninulred for 1n IIplodntfo II IIIIlrleoodMile horm for undilir or linrnt 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HJoll IMN rUs I roMrv MOU llnri HUow Itui olnn third IhnUin HimrHhuw Itsrlclass llcilrnl The Ilrni Idwal iv sire oftrllteiullelealMt4llif iIslhlughlerltltcjHSreh llanillaTISSTrlller lur NvllJrysvWill innki thlrtnt season nt our farm mill from MKlunry Kroont to Iniuron irtIngolt r Will liltoitnnd tli good mArK JnK IDNtHKHuH nl ISto Insnrr n Living Colt He n good Individual hand hliili white palms goal liiintli fine bone und taut MctWKNH A IN MuKlnimy Ky ATTENTION I Now is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked over Also have a full line of Harness Phone 174 E T PENCE r