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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t I VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 14 1907 NO 21 MIDDLEBURG P H Taylor Is at homo from Jackson where ho is in tho timber buslncs with his brother Michel There ia talk of a skating rink at Yoscmlto Quince Jones and Jason Law horn are the agitators and It may be n KORev W G Gilford speaks in tho highest terms of his brethren at Pleas ant Point and b much encouraged with tho prospects there Rev J W Hull failed to fill his np polntment at Green River Sunday 110 was detained at homo on account of tho illness of Mrs Hall James Durham and Miss Ida Brasher wero married at tho homu of tho brid at Yosomlte Squire Hob Staton tied the knot in an impressive style A pr otracted meeting will begin nt tho UaptUt church hero on tho Irst t j Sunday In Juno Rev Cokely will ai Hist tho pastor Everybody invited to como and take part In tho services Tho Middleburg Normal Collcgo basc ball team defeated tho D D team nt Danville 11 to 14 They know how to play ball and our boys say they are WI gentlemanly n set of fellows as ever wielded a bat or knocked ally Suckers were on tho shoals last week and numbers of them were gigged hooked and otherwise taken from tho streams hereabout Lincoln Wells and W Y Moore were successful in getting in their work with gig and hook Mrs William Lyons who died at Junction City was brought hero Mon day and interred in Middlcburg como tery Deceased was n daughter of Mr Ellsha Gilford and was ubout 54 year old Sho was a member of tho Baptist church hero and was a good christian womanGRADED SCHOOL NOTES Next Sunday morning at the Christian church Dr It II Cros field will J preach the Baccalaureate sermon to th graduating class On Monday 20th at Waltons Open House at 10 A M tho seniors will given program known as class day Tho have a very Interesting program Everybody is most cordially invited to all the closing exercises of tho schoo and it will gratify all to know that tho largest graduating class since ita establishment goes out at this time Miss Lucy Peterson tho efficient teacher of tho Oth and Cth grades has recently been elected to position in the Cynlhlana Graded School She will begin her duties there tho first of Scptcm ber On Wednesday morning at Walton Opera Homo tho annual commencement exercises will be hold Dr P W Hi nltt president of Central University t will make the address and his ability as a speaker is too well known to need commendationMr was elected to tin position of high school teacher at a trecent meeting of the board Ho is n t of Central University at Dan vlllo lira homo is at Fulton Ky where his father has been suporintcfr dent of schools for a number of years Ho is a valuable addition to the faculty Tho final entertainment will bo given at tho opera house on the evening or May 22nd by the music department Thero will bo two speakers at this recital and it will then bo decided who shall represent tho school at the Dluc Grass Graded School Tournament In the Senior Declamatory Contest Tho usu al admission will bo charged THE MOST BKAUTIKUL WOMBN IN KENTUCKY Tho Beauty Contest con ducted by tho Courier Journal during the past three months has been conclud ed and the pictures of tho successful ones will bo printed in tho Sunday Cour- Ier Journal May 2G Several thousand photographs were submitted In this con test The three most beautiful have been selected by a committee of well known people Theso three will bo entered in a National Contest to find the most beautiful woman in tho United States Everybody will want to see tho pictures of tho most beautiful woman in Kentucky If you do not get tho Sunday CourierJournal by mall or through an agent send 5 cents for a copy of this isssue of May 2G at onco to CourierJournal Co Louisville Ky and see tho faces of tho three most beautiful women in tho State r 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 New Ufa Pills Their action ia so gontlo that tho appendix never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by G L Penny druggist 25c Try them Tho ChemiytI have been experimenting with this new compound for two weeks and I cannot decide what It isTho Promoter Say old man youve struck a great idea for a health food Clem CocHran an aged citizen of Casey Is dead L PREACHERSVILLE Horn to tho wifo of W C Cummins a fine girl Mrs J H Thompson has been quite sick William Spongier of Griffin Station has typhoid fever Quite a number from this place and this East End attended tho dedication of Poplar Grove church In Rockcastli Sunday The dedicatory sermon was preached by Roy Coker Work on tho New Tyrono church Is rapidly nearing completion under the master hand of Carpenter J P Shaw Sunday school at tho Baptist church Is progressing nicely with J P Holtz claw as superintendent In tho ab sciicc of tho regular teacher Miss Pan nio Thompson has charge of tho class of little folks While surveying land near hero In Garrard on altercation arose concern ing the line between James Dickcrsoi and a Mr Collett Sr Thomas Collctt Jib son struck Dlckcrson a blow on tho head which for a time was fears would prove fatal Collott went toI Lancaster and gave himself up wo understand DIckeraon Is much better ILt last accounts Mrs Owens of Rockcastlo visited the Misses Thompson R C White and wife visited the latters mother hero Sunday J J Smith and wife of Rockcastlc were guests at J M Cress Miss Nora Dychouse and the Misses Sowder visited Mrs John Nay lor II P Nowland and wife were at W C Cummins Logan Thompson and family visited at J H Thompsons CHURCH MATTERS The third quarterly meeting will be held at tho Methodist church hero MayI 2Cth and 2Cth Instead of May 18 and 19 The church will note this change W P Vaughan pastor Dr R II Crosafield of Owensboro has been hero one week in a meeting at the Christian church There is great interest and large crowds aro hearing him Piftyfour additions to date aro tho visible results of the great meeting which will continuo through this week Dr Crosafield is a fluent speaker and an exceedingly able expounder of gos pel truths Ills lecture When We Get Married was heard by fully 700 people at the Christian church Sunday afternoon It was very interesting and practical and furnished much food for thought If you have not heard Dr Crossflold you have missed hearing ono of the most pleasing speakers Stan ford has had in many a day John Smith wont on tho witness stand In the trial of James Harris charged with complicity in tho murder of James CockrIII at Lexington and told nil ho knew of the plot to as asainnto Cockrill and others at Jack lion Smith said that when ho and Hargis wore in Frankfort Hargis of- rerect to go at once to the Governors rti IlltV and get Smith a pardon for all the murders to make sure Smith would not bo punished if ho killed ockrill Marcum and Cox Smiths story was corroborated part by tho oatimony of other witnesses who wore that they saw John Abner in tho window of tho court room with Curt Jett while tho shots were being fired Sore Nipples Any mother who has hud experience rlth this dial esalng ailment will bo ileusod to know that a ours may be dueled by applying Chamberlains jalve as soon as the child Is done turning Vlpo It nil with a soft cloth jofure allowing Uio babe to nurse rtany tralned nurses use this salve with best results Por salo by alt Irugglsts There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to develop whore WhSto3 Diamond Brand Crnb Orchard Water has been used con Inntly because it keeps tho whole ays tem in perfect order Do not be Imposed upon Thcro aro imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho mar cot ask your druggist for Whites gen ilno Diamond Brand its tho simplest thing In tho world to use Ilyomol and cure catarrh treatho the medication through tho Ittlo Inhaler In every outfit and you vlll got relief at onco Money back if it falls G L Penny JaggleyYou cant let mo havo any vhUky bccauso this is n prohibition mo some tea WaiterYes sir Scotch Bourbon or ye Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is best or women anti children Its mild ac Ion and pleasant tasto makes it pro arable to violent purgatives such us ills tablets etc Get tho booklet and sample of Orlno at G L Pennys Tho president tho button And tho exposition started ehi Yes in 11 stoma tablets are a per ml1nent cure for indigestion and all stomach misery Fifty cents a box if they do what Is claimed thoy will cost you nothing If they fall G L Penny NEWS NOTES Dogs havo been playing havoc with sheep in Mercer Thomas Ii Thorpe born in Louisville passed away in New Orleans He was a greatgrandson of Patrick Henry One man was killed one fatally nnd two others seriously injured in a rnll road wreck at Jones Station seven miles south of Hamilton 0 For 24 days a snowstorm has rage in the Southern Wyoming mountains and snow is seven feet deep on a level Since April 1C the sun has not shone Tho State Prison Commissioners have let a contract with the liege Mont gomery Company for tho use of 100 crippled convicts nt twentyfive cent per day- By direction of tho Attorney General suits will be brought against a numbs of railroads including three in Kentucky for violating tho safety appll ance law- Pleas of guilty to tho charge of violating the antitrust laws were offered at Toledo by the Ohio Brick and Lumber Co one of the biggest concerns In that State- One year in prison and a fine of 501 was the sentence imposed on Abrahan Hummcll tho lawyer convicted of con spiracy In the DodgeMorse divorce case Tho Russian emperor has signed thIJ famine appropriation of 8000000 a largo amount of which is needed for medical assistance in the scurvystrick en provincesCapt ono of the oldest commanders in tho TransAtlantic ser vice died on board his ship in midj ocean Ills body was brought to New York and interred Maysville is putting on gala attire to welcome the Knights Templar of Kentucky who will gather there in annual encampment Many receptions and entertainments will be given At Lexington Tenn Cooper Sweatt n business man and Chas Morris leubon Potter and Wilbur Johnson railroad men were arrested and fined A each for drawing matches for cigars rho charge was gamblinlttAs n result of n wager n boy under igo purchased beer in five saloons in wensboro and warrants were issued tor tho saloonkeepers buUxwcro d1- 9nissed by thoJudgo who did not op rove of wagers on such matters Development work In the Kentucky oil fields shows an increase during the ast week in several districts with soy iral good strikes in Wayne connty and Increased drilling in Clinton Large eases are boingjtoken in McLean county by n syndicate In Barren county a number of dogs driven from their homos by Negroes vho were unable to pay the tax and vould not kill them have become wild They live in a cave and prey on stock In the vicinity A wild dog hunt is proposed for their extermination Newton Veal a prominent farmer of ayetto county was shot and instantly tiled by Robert Hock or a Negro who cad previously worked for Veal Veal was not armed and the shot was fired without warning locker led in a spring wagon carrying a loaded shotgun and was pursued by Veals broth rra Two persons were killed two fatally Injured and six seriously hurt when a rain on tho Covlngton Flemlngsburg Ashland railroad went through tree tie two miles from Flemingsburg The castle which was 50 Feet high col lapsed dropping tho train and engine nto the valley below Tho work of rescue was done with great difficulty a ire being formed on tho hillside to pass ip tho dead and injured More Newsfrom Now England States- If any one line any doubt as to tho Irtue of Foloys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin II Ulinpsoa of Willlamnntlc Conn who after almost losing hope of roo cover on account of the failure of so nany remedies finally tried Foloys Sidney Cure which ho says was just ho thing for him as four bottles lured him completely Ho Is now ntlr ely woll and freo from all tho iullorlng Incident to acuto kidney rouble G L Penny Mrs Jane Friable of St Louis was quitted in tho Court of Criminal Correction on a charge of writing policy tickets on the plea that her husband compelled her to write the tickets and that when ho married her she promised to love honor and obey him Mrs Frlsblo confessed to writing tho tickets Judge Taylor held that in misdemeanor cases a wife could not bo held responsible when acting under husband Kidney complalnt kills more peo plo than any other disease This due to tho disease being so Insidious that it gflta a good hold on the system be taro 41s recognized Foloys Kid noy Cure will prevent tho development of fatal disease If taken in time L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs B F Allen is dead in the RIdge section of Casey Miss Sarah Carpenter aged 92 Is deadat Lawrcnccburg Mrs Hettlo Shipman of Taylor cou ty was found dead in bed The Ferguson addition to Somerset voted a 10000 bond issue to build a public school The files show that there are 1014 unrecorded deeds in the county clerks office at Liberty Srawberry trains from the Chattanooga district are passing through Somerset daily Sam Woodrum killed a rattle snako In Casey county which was six feet loi and had 16 rattles Ed T Saunders who was county nt torncy of Wayne for one term is dead of pneumonia at Monticello Miss Delia Meader a popular Some sot girl is dead She was tho daughter of Mrs Anna Sallco Meader Marshal J S Gatliff of Williams burg shot and killed Osborne Gilreat who was drinking and resisted arrest The two had been at outs some time Tho Russell Springs Hotel was sold by commissioner to Hop Stephenson for 1856 Tho sale included 47 acres of land and tho famous mineral spring The Farmers Bank of Adair count with 10000 capital stock has been In corporated Tho Incorporators are J W Hutchinson McC Goode and J A SlaytonDespondent over continued illhcalt and the failure to obtain any relief from several sanitariums Rufus Bont sgcd thirtyseven years ended his liCe jy drowning himself in a pond on his lathers farm a short distance from ilarrodsburg Danville has been swept by a wave of reform and the Citizens League re cntly formed has persuaded all keepers of disorderly houses to leave tho city Blind tigers have have been closed and an effort will bo made to has the drug stores stop selling liquor even onprescriptionMrs Smith Administratri if her husband Joe Smith has through her attorneys Wesley Brown and V 1 Smith filed suit for 25000 against he Somerset Water Light Traction Company for tho death of her husban foe Smith The petition states that tho said Water Light Traction Company carelessly and negligently failed to furnish safe appliances for Smith to work with and thereby caused his death Somerset times Andy Payno died at the homo of his laughter at Livingston He had been in very poor health for more than n rear Mr Payne was the last one or tho boys of tho old Payno family living md of the 13 children only two are left The Rockcastlc Spoke Co was organ- Ized here with a capital stock of 7500 The riding of freight trains between this place and Rowland has been of no little worry to the railroad company nnd employes but since the road official have exerted every effort possible It egin3 to look like the stopping poin will only come when tho last saloon in lowland has done its doMt Vernon Signal The Board of Control for the Worn ms College of Kentucky was organize In Danville Saturday lion Charles 11 codas was elected president Judg Charles T Armstrong vice president William G Dunlap secretary and John V Quisenberry treasurer Allof thee men are citizens of Danvillo and arc ecders in business and can bo counted ipon to push tho new institution rapid Iy to the front The first action of the oard was to call upon the two synod f Kentucky for a payment of the 51 which has already been subscribed by July 1 next The two solicitin committees representing the two synods will meet this week and begin an ictivo campaign to collect tho amount heady promised and raise tho 900 icccssary to secure the 20000 dona Ion of Andrew Carnegie and the prop rty offered by J A Shuttleworth of Louisville Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There Is probabl no medicine mad e hat Is rolled upon with more Implicit onfidcnco than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy DurIng tho third of a century in which It has been In uso people have learned thtlt Is tho OnO remedy that novel ills When reduced with water and weetcned It Is pleasant to take For snlo by all druggists Tho State Supreme Court of Kansas ranted a writ to oust Peter Everhardy layor of Leavenworth from office for liluro to enforce the laws against saloons and other resorts and also Issued a writ to compel tho city of eavenworth to cease licensing such places The Widow I want a man to do odd- jobs about the houso run on errands one that never answers back and Is al ready to do my biddin- gApplicantYoujr looking for a bus Lad maam apStd GRIFFON U1CAND Snappy Clothca OrifTon Brandall wool Gijarautccd Clothes arc lead erStTry ours and be convi- npcdSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Brown Pivot Beam Rid= ink Cultivator DIRECT PRESSURE Balancing Lever secures comfort for both operator and team Powerful Leverage on foot treadles makes easy work for the operator Quick action in dodging crooked hills of corn makes it superior to nay thing onthe market fJJ TryJOne And Be Convinced W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln gounty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Oslo Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks HanfordO Walk er TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Ireachersville L G Good Wnyncsburg Ky First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 500001 This Institution wu originally eatftbllahed as the Deposit Bank In 1888 then reoreanUeil at the National Bank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganlied at the First National Baik of Stanford In 1881 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 It It better uppllod now with facllitlet for transact ing builnets promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited t Officers 1 BOOKER Prett T IIAIIHIB V Fret 11 MCUOBERTS Obr W H WEAKKNAist Olin Directors Jf Reid Danville T Harris Stanford 19 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Elmore Stanford 8 U Baugbman Stanford T p mil Stanford Jas Robinson Bubble J II BauKbman Stanford J M Pettut Stanford O K Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with tho largest oven that you over sawnnd some other extra good features comblucdjwith firatelnsa range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you are in need of a Cook Stove do not fail to see trio before you buy All kinds Pumps from 150 up toj 8150 H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky IS Tinner and Plumber f t 1 The Interior Journal C C WALTON J T ROBERTS II a for in the Ornb Orchard i glster1n1111trlctubjectto the etlon of the domocrntlc JOHN J MOSER countlsUhJctparty M BRUCE Iin candidate for Jailer of jabject to tho notion of the Democratic JAMES C HAYS Is n cnmlldnto for Jnllcr of Iilnco1 count v tuhject to the nctlou of tilt party D C ALLEN Is n cnmlldnto for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic partyFURTIIERconstructtonofthe County Unit Local Option law enacted by the last Legislature was made by the court of appeals in passing on the ap pealed case from Scott county In its opinion the court says that if there is in a county a city of the first second third and fourth class the citizens thereof may ask for a vote upon the same day by complying with the requirements of Section 2551 of the Stat utes that is by petition to the county judge signed by the requisite number of voters but that the fact that such a city may have only a few months before voted upon the same question will not operate to prevent a vote from being taken in the entire county includ ing within three years The court says that it matters not how recently a vote has been taken in a city of the fourth class when a vote is ordered for the entire county it must necessarily be in the city as well and if the citizens desire a separate vote it must be had on the same day and the county judge must so fix the time as to give the citi zens a reasonable opportunity to file their petition This sounds good to the local option forces but it is a deathblow to the wets who have caught it from every source during the past few months That whisky must go in the smaller towns there is no doubt and it would not surprise us to see it voted out in the cities ere many years come and go- TilE ProhAitionists in Tennessee have entered upon a new plan to prevent the shipment of liquor into dry towns Some weeks ago the City Council of Rockwood passed an ordi nance laying heavy penalties upon any person firm express company or rail road which brought intoxicants into that town Later the express compan ies announced that they would obey the ordinance This was the signal for other towns to act and since that time Carthage Columbia and Harriman councils have acted This week Lebanon will consider the matter and Lewis burg and two or three oher towns are preparing to follow the lead of Rock wood The question came before the City Council at Lexington but was voted down WE are sorry to know that clever John Pearl who has made the London Local a splendid democratic paper has sold the publication to Commonwealths Attorney William Lewis County Attor ney H J Johnson and United States Commissioner George C Moore who will change its politics to Republican It is indeed a pity that Mr Pearl could not have disposed of the Local to a democrat if he was compelled to sell it and a greater pity it is that he leaves the journalistic field which he has so creditably filled for years NOEL GAINES of Frankfort exsol dier expolitician and at present ex gaged in the business of suing divers persons and concerns on the charge of slander etc is holding a protraeted meeting at Frankfort Gaines ought to be a good man and might do someI good for it was stated on the witness stand in a trial at Lawrenceburg that he had reformed many times and each time was a thoroughly changed man His latest reformation came a year orI so ago RevIr intendent of the AntiSaloon League ofI America stated that it is the purpose i of the league to make Kentucky as dry as Maine lIe says it is pro posed not only to vote out whisky in the counties but that the larger cities are- being aimed at and ultimately the proj hibitlon of the manufacture and sale of whisky in the borders of the StateI THERE are people superstitious enough to believe that if you about your health you will get sick atJ once Confirmatory of the superstition Des Moines Iowacomes a story from of a man who boasting that he was 65 ai sound as a dollar and good for 20 years more dropped dead as the lastI word fell from his lips Proof of all sorts of propositions can sometimes be found WE sympathize with Editor Mcln tyre of the Danville Herald in the loss ot his fatherDallas McIntyre who died at his home in Mercer at a ripe old age Wa fCixaaa4Ma7wnJp tMFkr irf CLOSE friends of Hon William Jennings Bryan among them being former Senator Jones of Arkansas who managed the 96 campaign and who has recently discussed tho matter with Mr Bryan says that it is by no means certain thatMr Bryan will accept the Democratic nomination Mr Bryans Government ownership of railroads view and his attitude on tho initiative and referendum have met with so much opposition among Democrats that the leader of two campaigns is said to seriously doubt his advisability Mr Bryan it is said is by no means anx- Ious for the Democratic nomination especially upon a platform which would not command his entire sympathy Gov HuGHEsJhaa won a big victory in forcing indorsement by the State Committee and the Legislature of h policies and measures and the rcfust to approve of his presidential aspira tions is regarded as no indication that he will not control the situation when the time comes Political leaders sajr ho is now the absolute leader of the party in New York POLITICAL Senator J C S Blackburn Gover nor of the Canal Zone and a member of the Panama Canal Commission has ar rived on the IsthmusIT I Wilham has announced for th democratic nomination for Representative of Mercer Glove Goddard is alsoI a candidate and a primary will be held June About 33000 new applications haveI unIderthey are being passed upon at the rate of about 1500 a day The President Saturday announced the appointment of Lawrence Y Sher man of Illinois to succeed G J Dick ema of Michigan as a member of the Spanish Treaty Claims Commission With the view of eliminating much red tape and simplyfying the postal service an investigation of the system now in vogue is being conducted by the Postal Commission which was created by the last session of Congress The Civil Service Commission acting upon information received from Commissioner Greene regarding affairs in the Tar Heel State will issue a warning in a few days to Republican office holders in North Carolina regarding their activity in politics The State Board of Control for Chari table Institutions at a meeting announced appointments at the institutions under it as follows Dr Lewis II Mulligan of Lexington to be superin tendent of the Central Asylum for In sane at Lakeland succeeding Dr M II Yeaman resigned Dr J W Stephenson of Todd county to bo superintendent of the Western Asylum for Insane at Hopkinsvillc succeeding Dr Milton H Board resigned Dr Alexander Bailey of Franklin county to be superintendent of State Institu tion for FeebleMinded Persons at Frankfort succeeding Dr J W Hill resigned rHere and There Thomas Chenault one of Madisons wealthiest and most influential citizens died yesterday- At Buena Vista Garrard county Josh Burdctt colored and his son en gaged in a duel in which the latter was Knox county Fiscal Court has ordered the construction of eleven modern steel bridges in various parts of the county As the result of investigations it is expected that the Attorney General will bring proceedings in the New York courts against the socalled Tobacco TrustThe Sheriff and seven deputies were busy in Ada county Idaho Saturday rounding up farmers for possible jury service in the trial of W D Haywood- atBoiseAt of the Kentucky Racing Commission in Lexington it was decid ed to assess each racing association in Kentucky 35 daily during the time a meeting is being held The application of H Clay Pierce for I writ of habeas corpus to prevent him being taken to Texas on an indictment charging perjury was taken under ad visement by Judge Adams of the Federal Circuit Court in St Louts Eleven Italians who were convicted of Black Hand crimes at Wilkes Barre Pa after a trial lasting two weeks were sentenced to one year in the Luzerne county jail and to pay a fine of 25 each and the cost of prose cutionUpward of 1000 delegates representing 30000000 persons throughout the world will attend the worlds fifth Sundayschool convention at Rome May 18 to 23 Victor Emmanuel of Italy will be honorary president of the con ventionAs result of a crap game raid at Newport a number of prominent citizens many of whom claimed to be spectators only were placed under arrest The Jailer was one experienced the sensation of being a prisoner in his own institution Plans are on foot to deepen the Mississippi river from St Louis down touch an extent that ocean steamers can sail up to the wharves at St Louis The scheme includes much work on the Missouri to sand from being poured into the Mississippi w j MATRIMONIAL- Edward Grow and Miss Edna Scott of Sugar Grove Garrard county eloped to Harrodsburg and were made one- Mr and Mrs Alvin Major of Law renceburgannounced theengagement their daughter Miss Pearl Major t Harrjr McAfee The wedding will occur June Madam Rumor tells us that two o Crab Orchards popular young men wil lead two charming belles of that place to tho hymcnial altar some time next month Will give names later Capt T A Elkin announces the en gagement of his daughter Miss Mar- tits to Mr Edmund Holley of Sat Rafael California The wedding will take place late in JuneCentral Rec ord IIJ W Reed aged Gl and Miss Helen 63 were married at Harrods burg The bride is from Quincy Ill and the marriage was the result of a courtship which has been carried on by Mr Olaf yearsImarried at on Col lege and Mt Vernon streets Wednes day afternoon at 330 Rev J 0 Dun can officiating Somerset Times My Best Friend onIFort Edward N Y say Dr Kings Now Discovery is Imy best earthly friend It cured mo asthma six years ago It has also performed n wonderful cure of inci pleat consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended tho terrible cough and this accomplished the other symptoms left ono by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings Now Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has over equaled it Fully guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 60o and 81 Trial bottle free Mrs Nannie Whimplc sister of for mer United States Senator Ross of Kansas whose vote prevented the im peachment of President Andrew John son has made a statement of what was told her by Senator Ross He said he voteInaccept it spent years in abject poverty Wouderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes NAAdams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected Wothenemplojred other doc tors but no benefit resulted Oychanco we read about Electric Hitters bought a bottle and soon noticed Improve ment Wd 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 allen nys Drug Store 60c Invjuredswitch engine and a passenger train on the LK N at NOTICE Olympian Spring wit unh miles Houth of IcKln1I mntlon on tho t It II anti on McKlnney t Mldd bur pike on which hack rim dally except mmiliiy Is now open for the treatment of Jtheuma turn Liver Kidney Jlladdcr and nil Htoin ach unit Bowel Trouble ItlictimiitUni n Bpeclalty nt reasonable rate Kor particu tars and tvrini nddren- iKMHIMHlror KTIContractors Wanted To construct five miles of turnpike road leading from Monticollo Ky countyResponsible on or address SecretaryI 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 com to the acre This farm has a large frame bouse 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 updatesold within the next 60 days h cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford KyrRJBBLE PINE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cart pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Plo ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T BeajJey has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phono 28 Night 166 or 135I aYM Pence Jr 1fence Jr will mnku tho xentoit of at mg turn a mile Knit of Ilrodhead nut mile North of Mt Vernon at turn to In purlrexcellent italllon II the property of 1Mr John 7 spoonnmore of Lincoln colin tyIencoJrluly Mnlllon year full Ifl hood hlllll t00d tyle nud mctlun lIy ht 5t llolinont ho by bIard tlntu by trey Knule Uh dam by topper liuttoiu Jr s lt dam by Kd lowS7B bytiutelar lat lw by K Hit llarlnw lit dam by OhUfllI dam by u Mambrlno home sat Unto by Mamhrlno Me engcr IutceJ61t1d iltnn by lilt Vermont nt r month not re shoutiIt U HMlTlf lllntt Ky J K BAUGHMAN Itlack with white tolnts by Turk Ingtonit Nnludecnloyyhundsnndlenpr0vealms great at noJOHNBetter known at the Ham Cochran aol llluck with white points 18H hand 110 It known by all who have rnII e l ami handle his mule for lilt extra brwiliiR lie will aland at rt MENEFEE A bay threcyonroh by Gallon with nlontf of speed style it nkf indlvtdmt t land nt Money due when roll U trd1 or lusted with or bred tllotbtOClkjMores at It per month to prevent nctildvuu but shoiikt any occur Mee this stock Itmt their colt before ou breed U U lJfrTUIilrtlnelNlrllIo Ky Morgan Denmark Till noted stallion will make the pre nt keaton at M It Kubankiatableontne lain cnUTtV Danville rOIllIIIllr ilubhle v t the low price ot tUM to Insure n living colt This notivl italllon hat more Denmark blood than any living talllon as will seen hy reeling his lIIKrl P Mor1nn IItlI Will sired by the noted stallion Or Tlnit whose pedigree traces 111 to port etl IIlonl IMnmurk dun busy Morann wall one of the It snddlt and how marei In Kentucky Hho was tired by Hlonvwnll Ink lIl1 whose pedlerco trace Imok to Imported HedKefonl Ior Kim Denmark tint dam win by Vlritlnlui ant dam by Matchless tlh dun hy Traniby Morgan IWuutnrk Is n dark hnr fully hand high nud II heavy built wlgb 1iu pound Marts kept nt flan week not repontblo for escapes or accldttnl- JVMrs McKKrilKlK Hubble Ky ALMONT DARE Hired by Dignity PareJwa A14 lllt He by Chester pare he by lllack H iulrrcl M he by Hlack Kagle he by King liam Iff lildninToxaway Keg ol 10 AT II 1U slln by MumbrJno by Almoiit tl tad dnnl Ijidr purls by trlll- int Is by llourlmn Chief sN hull Mattlo Hn by Foreign llKht by Foreigner by Inimrt Ulenco chat IU ttlu t by Ounnlng Amts Copper llottomGth damhy ItnporttHl ALMOST DAltK has upward of 22 Import nl cross on his dams to Ini ports t Dlo med 3 tulle to tillrteJIlalanrt tbtlea to tlllllOrlllll lenco time Pinn lOr Imported VmtlnorH KrorUel Match ell Traveler unit others For slretylPlSautydlaItloa end tier Jorum nee In harness con ldertng nge and handling he no upe rlor anti but fewwlunI Mco him nnd you will Ilku hIm lie lui1111 two colts a yet- and their owner are proud of them will tnndnl15iU AUo two good jacks that teal but few wont of commendation to the public ss- they havu made their reputation nl eitrii breeders Jack wilt Mand nt pMD each All tile above will nko the pretent sea sou lit III Ilhlll lldlesfrout lultonllIe on lluttonvllle iuvrty turnplku Orsfundshalat12rer month Not iv onilblc fur ucckleutsorescgss- R 1owKiL A MOS lliutonvllle Ky j GALTONJ29JO Hired by riambetta VllkonlUW 1with with records from t5l to tti in clalmetl to IM tut dam latlsy Flelillreglnnddaulof5withr conUnf froth 217 to 2jhU by Ion of Ilinblcttmlan Io shin by HPPIe s American Htar YIIIIIlI Ilists8Inxi hla daughter have OJ In I3lor better xnil hau- llulcklelby Kentucky 1rlnce Jr sire of J Q tl t7 mind till dam of the tOO lIt aril dam Old Joe sire of the don of Jg17Jtialton curly the bloixl of four lending fnmllle Ilambletonlan Wllke Mambrl no Chief and Heelcvi American Htar Dalton tin dark 1rt hand breed Irg v l omit durabili ty linlySohscoitshnto len worked n hort lime for n oark tI one tll theother 4wenl trials fromn 2at to JH Sone of them out of a Mnndard bird mare His colts have gout ngalmit unit defeated the t et In hnness classes and wlldler ring ono nf hi colt having won n Sill prelllllllllllt the IlustouvlllC fair over the bell HI colts are In great demand and are bringing the highest many of them elllng for pu and over Comment is tin necessary us he II no well known he Muting made all of Ills CIIIOIII at my place ialton will stand at my stable S mile Wettof Him tunvllle Oil the 1rllcUonl lle llke at 116 To In uru n Living Colt MunoyduoltJnurels traded after living tiretl Truss finer at I5J0 per month Can keep mare with young colt Mimrate from those that have nut colt ihone III renldence- V M DODI Huitonville Ky Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI registered snddlastnlllonwlll mnkn the sensonof lit lilY In nil Iu HowlI- KrlltSIUTO INNCrit A IIVINU JOT Kentucky iii n combined talllon7 ynrohl a IIlutlflll buy one wldtu root Id hands high weigh lao tinIshbreeders lVo IOIIIIHlrllt by World IIlqutrrel bv hack Htlulrrel M ht Dud by Villi Meters hln1I780 ton oIHllver KIng he bfOnytotiewldt JCkOIi hy l nbhell- JoeXIIItOIl s Y H Wood HqulrreIs lit dnlll sal by lilt Edge 2nd dam title don of K nird by Htar Kagle ton of llhlII IxxIngtonKH lint dons Hamlet hen miirk8IT Htur Kaglo liuliig iiho mt ton of K Dam Maude V wbvlolaiiVCJnilnnerJnddam tLie grent- bmIIIIIrejttJI by Waxy K hull brother to tilt great Lexington NoTKKcntuckvHiiulrrcliMJ 1s probn bly the last this ec lion of Kentucky Ills colt lire largo nnd Yell formed ami lie Impresses hll sire and light cnrrlnlto on hll gt to ii rmaurknble do- trie Breeders wilt elll well to look this Torso over unit note the low service fee be fore looking their I11nroclewhe- roDANDY JIM i11158lufllofuothur to PRINCE WOOD Black Jack white points 1I J hands three eors oid weighs taro pounds by black OIoull ho by Toni Keene of there Icks will servo mares at I10TO IN8UUK A LIVING COLT Trading for accident forfeit ninrcicgruiMlrut Kffl per month W II DUDDKUAn Ilowland Ky cc HATS Panamns always good nev er out of style NVo have thom in 3CO 5 Gnnd G60 in square creasod and tclcficopod crowns YACHTS The best looker of them nil null better proportioned this season than usual clean mill white in 1 160 and 2 quality SAILORS For Boys and Girls in Straw and Linen White and Colors at 25 and 50c HATSIPorto Ricans as white as a lilly as pretty us a 1oachii full shapes small shapes anti telescopes 250 and SJ SUN HATS +T Mexicans Malogas Can tons Linens and Crash in l endless variety and sixes and prios 61015 25 and 600 CAPS For Boys and Girls in Golft Tansin 13 ue or Croy Sergos White Wool or Silk at 25q 50c 75c and 1fH J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY + BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Comelin and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO 1 LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists lnrltUllvl I icrlptlon If ysu cunt call remember we have both phone Hell and Unit In I Point YourtDont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here greatlytobest ReadyMixed Paints Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG madet I Dont Forget Tote I emte Kol nt our Now Tailored Suits New Skirts both Voiles nnd Fancies New JttiSMc Wfiipi t New Net and Silk Waists New Wneh Waists New Muslin Underwear A FLYER Sfrfooh Guaranteed Block Taffeta Silk tho 8110 quality for 89c Just the kind for drop skirts BTANFOUU KY MAY 14 1907 au BJiint Finish will mnko old furniture look like now Pennys Drug a Store p MR J H WARN continues very ill Mil GKOHQE D FLORUNCB went to e ti Plrwvillo yesterday Mn GKORQC Pore JR of Livingston was hero yesterday JAn JOHN DRACKETT to vory III at the homo of Mr W G McBco Miss NANCY DUDUIIRAR of Louisville ts tho guest of Mite Salllo Duddcrnr Mr A C GOODIUCH and left yesterday to locate at Madison WisI Mn J N MBNBKBB has returned from a protracted stay at Joplin Mo MRS FRED HUTTON of Uarbourville watt tho guest of Mrs W G McUcc Mn D It HAMILTON of Louisville spent several days with relatives here MR T K WATSON nnd Miss Allcno Bourn of Lancaster were hero Sunday t HOMPI WALLIN is up from Somerset with his parents Squire and Mrs W D S M OWENS and G Thorn as Ashlock of McKinney spent Sunday in LoutsvUle + Mn D It CARPENTER of Nashville was hero Friday with his brother Dr J G Carpenter MRS FRANK LEE of Eminence Is p hero to see Dr J U Owsley who ii somewhat improved TUB Current Events Club will meet with Mrs P M McUoberU next Thurs day afternoon at 3 oclock MR DAN TRAYLOR wife and Mn I IJcttio Hamilton left yesterday morn ing for French Lick Springs Miss GEORGIA LEWIS camo down from Crab Orchard Friday and spent a few days with the home folks MISSES OPIIEUA LACKEY and Mary Bailey of Crab Orchard spent several days with the Misses Alcorn MR C W ADAMS wife and son of here yesterday with Hmtonvllle were the formers mother nnd sister MR J C BAILEY and family of Crab Orchard were hero Sunday to attend I the revival at the Christian church SADIE lUuruuAN and Jo IMlssEs of the West End sephlne are guests of Miss Ophelia Chancellor MIsses MARGUERITE CULTON of Crab Orchard and Cora Singleton of Way nosburp were callers at this office Fri i L day child MRS CHAHIKS W MrTCALF and of Pineville have been guests of rent Mr Thomas Mctcalf and family in Doyle MESDAMES HENRY HOLDKRMAN and George Pendleton spent several days with their mother in tho Gilberts Creek section MH AND MRS A C HlLL and Misses Lucy Peterson and Lena Palmer spent several days with the latters mother at Kirksvlllc MR FRED GARNETT to visiting the homofolks at Cave City H S White of Crab Orchard is working at tho do pot in his stead MR AND MRS P H TAYLOR of Danville are visiting Mrs Taylors aged father Judge Fogle Ilt Yosemite News 1 O STONE who has just grad the Louisville Dental Col t i i uated from lege has located at Brodh6ad for the practice of his profession MRS W E VARNON of Asheville N C is hero at the bedside of her sls VanDeveer who Is Nancyt i ter Miss thought to bo nomewhat better- Mn JOHNS HUGHES formerly of this place but now living at West Point after an illness of four months St Anthony Hospital at J is in the Louisville to undergo a severe operation I WE are glad to learn that sweet lit tle Annie Robinson is recovering from- a siege of typhoid fever at tho Somerset Sanitarium Somerset Journal She is a niece of Mr Sam Robinson tho clever merchant Mils J L DUNCAN and little son who have been in Florida for some time spent a week with W J Brown 1and wife on their return en route to Toledo 0 Somerset Journal Mrs Duncan is a daughter of Eld and Mrs Joseph Ballou Miss FLORENCE TANNER of McKin fey is with tho family of her brother Moses Tanner Miss Lizzie Beck of t McKinney is visiting her sister Mrs James Mrs W H Brady and eats Ropubllcan DR J B BECK is up from Somerset MR A C HIATT of Hiatt was hure yesterday CllARLED Cox of the Eoot End has 10K und democrat at his home MR AND MRS W S EMORY of Lan caster attended church hero Sunday Mn WINFREY M DUNCAN of Crow lay La arrived Saturday to visit the family of Mr John N Menofco Mla MYUTLB WELLS of Crab Orch guest of Misa County CourierIMR J R MOUNT and daughtor Miss Joan Mount of Lancas ter Roberts spent yesterday at Mr H J McI Mn J M ROIIBRTS of Somerset was hero at court yesterday Ills pres ence nailed as a mistake tho report was dead anti his friends gave a wtrm welcome- Mas B G PBNNINOTON and ImflyT who were badly hurt in tho street car wreck at Lexington are doing as we1 as could bo expected Mrs Pennine tons head was cut her back and both arms were hurt The babys face was badly bruised rLOCALS Try per cent oft for cash at L M Huoy Cos WANTED Teacher in Stanford Grad ed School Salary S3G GERMAN millet seed at wholesale and retail J H Baughman Co FOR SALB Rhode Island Red eggs per 16 Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky ton SALB on tNrThv J K VanAndalo property on Cut Oft street For particulars call on or address L R Hughes Stanford TUB Central Kentucky Heal Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices SOME scoundrel fired several shots to tho postoftlce and store conducted by Mrs Neoma McCarty at Alt Salem Tho shooting occurred Saturday night but tho guilty parties have not yet been caught TOt will of Miss Hcttlo Harris was probated yesterday She left all of her property to her sister Mrs Hannah LI Stcgcr That of MORe Fish was also probated Ho left his property to his wife who In turn must leave it to Jane heck A KRIBND of the gentleman hands uSI tho following Last week Mr J C Hays spent the afternoon fishing at the water works lake On his return home ho bought a threepound bass which a Nigger caught with a seine in Hanging Fork WE are requested to again call tho attention of the people to the county meeting which will bo held with the Christian church at Hubble next Satur day May 18 It was at first decided to hold tho meeting a week later but the date was changed to next Saturday TUB Commencement Exercises of the Stanford Public School colored were held at Waltons Opera House Friday evening in tho presence of a large crowd An interesting program of mu sic drills etc was most creditably rendered There wero three graduates Ethel Dan Bailey Maggie Ellen Logan and Mattte Rout Harris Each favored tho audience with an oration which reflected muck credit on both teacher and pupil Dr W D Tardif who is S- Uperintendent of tho school is to bo con gratulated on tho good work ho is do- Ing hero No man is trying harder to help his race and in it ho should have tho support of all good people Irrespect- Ive of color WE are informed that there is kick lag because tho fiscal court ordered the HLlst of Claims published in this paper and some go so far as to say wo are told that it was done for our pecuniary benefit About tho latter charge we care not an iota Wo did not solicit the job and did not know of the inten tion of tho court to have it printed un til it decided to do so We solicit work but our influence with people generally is not sufficiently great to make them give us printing just to help us For tho benefit of the numbskulls who are kicking we will state that it is tho duty of the fiscal court to have printed the claims allowed and the members thereof are subject to a tine of 50 each if they do not comply with the law Read section 1846 of tho laws passed at tho Legislative session of 1906 and you will see what a fool you are making ofyour self by grumbling ue Cheaper to Than is nn old saying but ii true ono is When your clothes get too small you must get larger ones Our growing trade demands more room and we will move about Juno let to the largo room now being built for us in the Myers House Corner Wo hoped to get in this new room for the Spring trade but the bad weather kept tho work back We bought heavilyof Spring goods and lire crowded for space consequently we will ofler ninny attractive bar gains in order to reduce our stock by moving time Juno let The cold weather has hindered the selling of Spring goods and we must reduce our stock within the next ole days Watch this space for special offerings 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I PERSONALS kkLiberty t ofMissLplle MartinaSomeet SuliivnnWhitby Move Pay Rent JUST received a cnrloud of American Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard- FoR sALE Six drawer National Cash Register Good as new Will sell at a bargain J L Waddle Somerset LEO BROKBNWhile working on the depot yesterday tho scaffold on whichI Mr Newton Hickson of Rowland was standing fell and ho suffered a brolcent NBWI comet that Wayneaburg is to have a bank Mr L G Gooch of that place is one of tho promoters and tho institution will have a capital of 16000- ARvn HAKIFORD died in Lexington and his remains were brought here nnd interred Saturday lie was a brick layer and lived in Stanford until a low years ago- NOTICEI 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 ANOTHER big crowd enjoyed the rink Saturday night and tho enthusiastic whlrlen kept up the fun until nearly 11 oclock A number of new skaters were present and tho majority of them proved apt pupils Tonight the rink will be open at 745 and continuo until a late hour in order that those who attend church may come afterward if they so desire A PHILADELHIA boy failing in his first attempt at highway robbery killed himself becauso of chagrin He had been reading dime novels which told how it was done but ha couldnt do it himself and died for It It was a good solution of tho matter A career of crime winding up with death at the end of a halter was very prop orly cut short says an exchange Dime novels and even cheaper literature is doing great damage in Stanford and a crusade on such reading matter is equally as important as the fight that is being waged on whisky selling and the pernicious habit of cigarette smok ing0 Why nbt put a stop to all such dangerous and unnecessary things TilE initiatory steps ofLaw and Or der League for Lmcoln county were taken yesterday afternoon when a large and enthusiastic crowd gathered at the courthouse for tho purpose of hearing addresses by Dr R H Crossficld of Owcnsboro and Eld F M Tinder of Lancaster both of whom made excellent talks A temporary organization was effected by making Hon P M McRobcrts chairman and Mr George L Carpenter secretary After stating tho object of the meeting Chairman McRoberta asked tho wishes of those present when it was moved and carried that the chair appoint five gentlemen to name members for tho permanent organization of a Law and Order League and report next county court day The gentlemen chosen wero Messrs C E JTate J A Allen H J McRoberts Garland Singleton and A W Carpen ter It was also decided that Mayor C E Woods of Richmond bo invited to address tho citizens and tho League on its formation on Juno court day The object of tho League is to enforce laws in general but especially to prohibit the illegal sale of liquors HUSTONVILLE W G Cowan sold Dr L R Ham mond ofDunnville a nice harness horse for 135 Clel McAnlnch driver of the mail hack from MIddleburg to McKinney lost a new lap robe on his down trip Wednesday and will pay liberal reward for its return Miss Ann Ellis of Stanford is the guest of Mrs John Blain Dr Carl Wheeler and wife of Lexington arriv ed Sunday to spend tho week with Mr and Mrs Charles Wheeler Carpenter Hopper lost a fine thor oughbred mare and colt lust week This is their second loss and falls heavily on this enterprising firm whoso annual sale of yearlings in New York bring top prices Elias Kidd and R L Murphy of Lib erty wero here Friday D C Allen returned Sunday from Cincinnati where ho had been on live stock business Ho was fortunate in striking a good mart and has orders for several cars to bo shipped immediately Mrs EC Alford was the guest of her friends In the West End A M Frye one of our Civil War veterans is out again after a two weeks battle with gripEmmett McCormack sold to Everett Carson for his mother 20 acres of tho Jenkins farm including all the Improver Possession this fall jthewill move there later Prices private Interest in tho art of roller skating has become epidemic here and many new cases are reported after each ses sion of our rink Experts are also be ing developed and hereafter the pro gram will show several new features among which on Friday evening will be a call for experts- A crew of workmen will begin this week remodeling the barns recently bought by Weihl Lutes in our city and known as tho Allen barns They will bo put in Tintclass shape and their completion will be celebrated with a horse sale of largo proportions which if successful will be continued monthly until further notice Union prayer meeting next Wednes day evening at the Baptist church Leader Rev E V Tadlock of Louisville All cordially invited Rev S B Lander will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and eve ning Morning subjectHA Threefold Tragedy Evening HLlCo More Abund antly Dont fall to hear him Mrs James C Coulter and Mn Dell Moran and Misses Jennie Moran and Nina Coulter of MIddleburg were in our city shopping James Carson of Phil was here buying wool for his fac tory Twentyseven skaters from here went to Danville Thursday night It is fortunate for the Rink Co here that the proposed electric line connecting Lancaster Stanford and Hustonvillo with Danville is not in operation for there wouldnt be a corporals guard skaters left in the whole community After numerous complaints from ru ral letter carriers all over the country showing the total disregard of over 95 percent of the wngoncn to give the right way to carriers the postmas ter general has issued the following no ticeHAil rural mail carriers must be given the right of way on all county by carriages wagons and other conveyances This was the rule when the mails were carried in a fourhone stage and every one had to get out of the way when the mail coach camo along It is a serious matter for any one to obstruct the rapid transportation of the United States mails so get out of the road when the rural free delivery earner comes along with Uncle Sams mall A Narrow Escape G WCloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when ho ran a jimson bar Into his thumb Bo says The doctor wanted to amputate It but 1 would not consent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound II 25c at G L Pennys Drug glst Tho Minks owned by D N Prewitt of Danville won the Clark Stakes at Louisville Saturday PIANO FOR SALE I KereU Iliino Upright and used only u ihort time for BRit cheap Charles Hutch vr Crab Orchard K- yWANTED I a fresh stock ol General Me- rhandlsefnMmnersettornmallfarm Int ention U central In fact Iron the llJUrthouhI Hood Undo nlreadvstub Ished Address not GN oruersot y NOTICE I In the Kentuck Growers Insur rrOlltorknowing of n number company for lire lightning and wind with out any threefourth clause thus I rom mend company above over I4TItt- nTBANKRUPT old line DAVID SALE On tho 20th day of nay 1W7 at 10 II on the premltvk of Peter Corml neyi I will sell at public auction fo cnrh or upon n credit or the follow log proiwrty belonging to the bankrupt Uituo O Kerr viz One black mare YlrI old bay horse 10 tlur old two horse wagon l buggy about so barrels corn bousohold kitchen furniture a 130001 It Trustee Poultry Raising Pays are coming to rtnllze that poul Is one of the Wit 1I1nl 1l1l8 III Itrvrnlftntf ibtatattcs show that the eggs him more money than the out ut or either corn or wheat Now Is the timer tip year to bed your fowls a good tonic Homemlivr that only hen tty hens lay 41111 cures lloupUholeruf tapes and Llm berneck Give each sick chicken 3 to drops 1 ora times n day as n preventive give each chicken too drops In he once It day Fume rAc UURrnlltlld by your druggist BTANKOUD DllUQ OO ittx Special No2 wtase OneFourth oil tho price ot any new Spring Tailor Suit Tans Greys Navys Black aril Fancies Mfi Fi fF+fFtF+4++4t4td IF + + + + FFifFft t11 ti F i PARASOLS 1Plain and Fancy Parasols in all col ors at 150 to 400 See t tUmbilas Umbrellas from 40c to 750 See our American Taffeta Umbrella at 150 and 225 It is the best for the price shownSilk Two Specials in 36inch Black Taffeta Silk this week 150 p c for 129 125 p c for 98c atttrttttoe L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY tI II e I Fountain Shirts j Correct Styles Gorrect Fitters Correct Prices W B Perkins c 7 at at I I0 D Leghorn eggs tr for setting or 17 or throe sotting or p tIlls KOJIKUT IJUKKHY llustonvlllu Ky Crab Orchard II Kentucky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seeds rY Plow Gear Bottom Prices Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALE L N TIME TABLE No SI Mouthi 1121 Plu Not Mouth aao p M No North 4JI A NoaNorthslI r JOS 8 RICE Agent LThe Interior Journal EaieredinthePort Olltuat Stanford at ueondclati matte- rgLI81111D TUEWUAYB AND SHIMATB AT 100 PER YEAR CAS- W When not 10 paid700 will be churned A Nice Home for Sale I lelretowllmy house and lot In Prnb of Innd Uoo l Nebarnw and in goal A exa t Well on iiiick porch J V HTIKIJIIWOIJf Orals Orclmni NOTICEAny l Newlnndat o Ittretcher can Mtnnford Ito tins ono ho will wIll m- theenureoushun show you gnu tnku your order old notice T LLNtiMOltn JS Da CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono 96 5T NFOeDKENTUCKY A WORD TO YOU I t You nre Invited to look nt tho Sow White Ooodi lintnburgs 11118 tc Also n new line of Muhalr In Itlack lnue UrowIIOrl- 11114lnch wille plendld value lltr- ard Tnoso having Eggs and OhlCkenR to rsettngeRring them Inbefore they godown Q n HAmUli Omb Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE y Fire Lfghtning Wlndfuormt Life T end andAccident BEST Represented Lowest Pos ilble Rate Uonranteed loss Paying llec nnneauallwl Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymnde clothing when there is Whybuy difference In the price of really and a suit mulct your meusu- rhandsonelineotHpringdtgnlomogtood can make trout R Ike flnestdress suit Also OvercoatitTroUs ere and Fancy Vests The company I rop resent Is second to none HO UOPI KV The Tllllo- rHtollfordy JAMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALER UT Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dors Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build- Ing purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky Spec Given Commercial Men Good HIlts at llensotmblu Rates Stock Pens In Connections for nil kinds of Harvesting nfllIel1hreahlngwill pay you to sue us ou lcommission salesmen for nil secondhand machinery e eeAer y Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery J u STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 17 Homo Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture llattingaEuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT A P Sloan sold to Chas Adams a mare for 110 FOR SALEA fresh cow W C Shanks Stanford 2t Fort SALE 21 yearling steers W C Floyd Morcland r Pent1ny of Boyle a Jones Baughman of Moreland has a secondhanded threshing machine for sale James Spillman of Garrard has bought the Welch farm Jessamine at 110 It contains 250 acres Clel Coleman bought 1200lb slop cattle in Anderson county for Haiti more buyers at 4c Harrodsburp Democrat American Hemp Co is in the market for your hemp We pay popular prices and keep up with the trade See our agent E P Woods 2t Joseph Irvine and VIT Robinson bought of M Pitman onn the finest jacks in the State for 1000 The animal is twoyears oldDanville news Charles Lutes bought and sold 83 cattle of various kinds hero yesterday He bought of J H Baughman for last half of July delivery a car load of hogs at Ge James McKechnic sold to James Mack a threeyear old mule for 150 Mr McKenzie and John Robinson bought of M L Moore 123 owes and lambs at 350Powell Depp Hustonville 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 Army worms have made their appearance in Christian county and are damage to corn and wheat although the farmers are resort ing to every measure to exterminate themCOURT DAY There were about 150 cattle on tho market yesterday and most of them sold from 3ic for butcher stuff to 4Jc for year and twoyearolds There was u demand for good cattle A few horses sold at 150 to 200 Mules were high but few changed hands Simon Wellrof Lexington dealer in export otner high grades of beef cattle made a shipment last week of 20 car loads of beef cattle to S N Lehman Brother of Baltimore The cattle were in excellent condition and were raised principally in the Bluegrass section of the State There were about 400 steers in the twenty cars The tobacco barn of W A Shirley who has been buying for the Carroll county was burned incen diaries at Sanders The barn contained 200000 pounds of fine Burley tobacco 1This is the first time that a barn has warohounds were used in an effort to trace the incendiaries Billions go up in Smoke Nearly eight billions or to be cx act 7998879785 cigars were smoked in the United States last year cost ing all the way from three for a nickio to two for a quarter and higher The average price was probably five cents each amounting to 39994188725 which is 1545 for every man or 462 for every man woman and child in the United States One who has tho time to calculates that if the money was divided among the States each would get 8887604 and it would men in each State 15 per week for one year The money would educate 1599779 stu dents at Yale College each year It battleshipsIf10414 tons If it were in Si bills the President could walk on a path of dol lars five feet wide to the Panama Canal The money would 118690 fami lies of five comfortably and give them all the clothes that was needed besides allowing them to go to the theatre twice each week for one year If the money was in silver dollars and were laid on each other they would reach a height of 1578 miles To one who doesnt smoke and therefore cannot realize that this outlay is worth the money these figures are startlingItlooks I ke a waste pure and it is that and nothing else It does no good and in many cases great harm It is useless however to sermonize on the subject Men will continuo to use them and boys will as heretofore get the habit because they regard itas mannish There have been crusades st the use of tobacco but they are sort lived and as lon as the crop is so it will be raised and smoked and chewedFrankfort Jour nal Good Words For Chamberlains Cough Remedy People everywhere take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities ofc Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Edward Phillips of Barclay Md writes I wish to tell you that I can recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years old has been taking this remedy whenever she had a cold since she was two months old About a month ago I contracted a dreadful cold myself but I took Chamberlains Cough Remedy and was soon as well as over This remedy is for sale by all druggists Tho PreacherMrs Simpson toldme the other day that she didnt intend to go to church any more His Wife Shell be there tomorrow- all right The Preacher How do know His Wife Saw her buying a new hat todayFor stomach troubles biliousness and constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures Imvo been effected by them Price 25 cents Samples- froo For by all druggists Relief from Rheumatlo PainsIIII suffered with rheumn over two years says Mr Curry a patrolman of Key West Fla Sometimes It settled In my knees and lamed mo so I could hardly walk at other times It would bo In my feet and hands so I was Incapacitated for duty One night when I was In severe pain and lame from It mywife wont to tho drug store hero and canto back with n bottlo of Chamberlains Pain Balm 1 was rubbed with It and found the pain had nearly gone during the 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 tI Forsaoby all druggists Tho Bowling Green Oil Gas Com pany which has been prospecting for natural gas on Drakes creek made a ten strike in well No on the C W Porter farm They struck an immense flow of gas at a depth of about 200 feet The flow was so strong that it blew the water out of the hole and had to stop tho drill This makes six wells that have been sunk and four out of the six are fine producers Tho last well is said to be by far tho best of 1and so strong Is the flow that it may almost be called a gushe- rDisturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar G L Penny Cynthiona votethe whisky question Fri- dayVJTM OfE Y Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain Killer lean 1k iroyer Disease lion Iher Blood tltlller liplith and Htrvngth llustorur N II Bogie ilnrkgbury Kentucky General Agent DJ SMITHIMy motto 11 Proltts =pound a pounds brown sUK of Mntohvs torCc3Onki sof Jxnox Konpfor too aUnkteTolletwonpfor5c other things In proportion Come mid try before buying elMiwtiero New tlolIiliiK for Morlnn wear and n few of old stock lelt Jut tit half price GILBERTS CREEK KY J W ACE Y Livery Feed and Salo Stables rigs ni reasonable rates Every IKlrstolns horses rash Hlnbleln rear of lintel Stanford Ky Phone Take Our Standard Remedy For Hclatlcn Rheumatism Inflammatory Hheu tnatlim Halt Hhenin Indlgr tliin rowed patlon Kldnny Trouble or any dlMNii w nrl liiK from Impure Mast Ilviiieinlwr If taken not onllug to dimlions and he or slm Is not iMinrlltetl by the use of the remedy we will refund your money Hunt mall to any addrtKis on receipt of ft Kaefi imckuge contains Sir doses with n reulsterrd nunrHii AgentMelarmcy Brigham Young I will stand tint No mule nak Jlrlalmm Young nt my IllmuII tho Itinlouvllloroud mills froUl Htnnford nt IHIU ti llvliiK colt W H IlIoUII STOP LADIES I Ladles stop wearing your backs out On wash days stop wearing your clolhqi out by rubbing thorn and use Dlffees LkM Soap which is guaranteed to knock out 7s per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two Rations deliver ed tree at your door Wilt call to tee you J V CASH TK Ornh Orchard well known rnitrator of lloroi entity etc ti now ivmlr to nurvti his e old friends nod hopv In make ninny new ones U you hnve n CIIIa I On sindRhone right IlunUn re loaves hlg imrtiU nt tlio rfuxotmlilo price of 250 to tnml makes II rluily of uontrnt lug ItlilKllntM Phone In Or cllllni Ixchnnge 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Itntod hoe foro Insuring Nothing but lirstclasj Companies Hepre sontctK Jesse D WearenIThe Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD K- YGreatlalid1408 Ulnntcit soiiof HlRlibiml ItoniimrkTai myrtleIIInllarkIIIIHmniirk MjSnl iliim by llHill Nuke Omit Innd It the olrv of the Middle ttiilllon of itJack HtiirlirUlitiiiiil many Other prvrnlum vlninr ImttlnnU II rluht yiNim old sorrel Is IIIIIKU hlgtl wvltihliiE h55 potiml star and snip two whit hfiid fret Hi lm more size style wcliiht notion thAn 1111 saddle itulllon la Kentucky Highland Denmark2nd Hlml tiy lIlRhhind ilennlnrk net lit Unm Ijy Alllx Vllkrn ttul Unin liy lllurk Jlhlltlftlltl1lIIarksngi and la full III b11 Poulyd lint Preston 922 Hlml by WitvhlniitOH 3L Ut d n in Hall by Itotlrrlrk diitu by n iNmimrk hum Irmtim ties met nnd do fMitMl nil the allow burrs of hits diiy niul but pniwii lilniMU limit br nl rof li lull 011 M Middle and IHriteas horse- sChester Chief Hlrthl hyltwMr lISre 10 lit lniii hell Otilpf Ohwtdr Clilnf Is n r1- Mlrtll floss MVTD veers iM u liniwU with plenty of lione antytr next no tion Jay Wig Trotting itnlllim Hlmlliy VInln lot dRill by Jay third Jny WII U n ran hllr1I1fllnlld HOI will Im M hnmli high and pounds Ktiulvd ItfJI General Wood 850 llyi r MeUonl IK by Uov1lood 1t 1st taut by Oloditonc lliiMrnl Wood U four ytum old black with white joints I4bmuU blgh Jonnd length alai li morw iHitnrulatyU illan any living Jmk II Mate a good Irnnct islet oukl like to breed tit the tt lack In Kentucky Irwrl to lonenil Wood The nlior lHlllon slid Jack will nnikethe- irtIIt 1ttt5li11IM1 Ibie Ut8r lslIIlowill llwll Ivllil leriiin sod pl turvof JiiitkHUtrlHlKhtunflppllrBtlmi O J K CIM IK A ri IJllIItKothd eQ G E alI I i lythe residsnceCrnti I will staiul the above horeo nnd a fine jack nt 810 to insure n living colt then before you brood M JUroiiMAN Btanfonl 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 X GEORGE H FARRIS IX oIJ T Dignity Dare nllohollllll only WllthImid liillKixhl iHiokwltb ernlleylnll ulhIOUIII1huuhlr 111hlu IItllkliuirold he wii howu t11tletnt wore blue MrliiK tins nevir tieen defiHtiHl In fnnoy liarinn rings hiss always lievn the victor In Itnilloll olnu rlIlK n Ireesier Itforniul luitn luiddlv horse with thedistinct galls rt lips nrtlnx rnckiT goal In two walks rind Rill very poillve In hits trot under middle n1111In harness greet sill Hniuml action III In n nnlretl for nn uptodnti sire of high rl11- 1u horses for saddle or liHrntKn lie In n sure enough burner horse KrMtrfulstylish anti fast can show eighths I8H vcomU n 2WlKiilt with tall little rianllllng did this lat full one year mo nfler wring leant In theprliig lie li Io ssl of wtimlcrni nerve unit speed ncnuih to get n trotter for truck uw or gttillenien riwd ter harp ImudHime itylUh h nr strong eiHMich to get enrrlnH horseawith akInshlydlpi sltlunlor nil purpo of fnnilly hers II U the horse lo nlm IwrkM ttvllili draw fulsubiitiiiiee mid dorlllty II ha been gli n up toy hnrtinen that h U One or the mo t iinlforin biwtliM la Krmuck HI tyrshlstaltShier hlltlli has aster sired s sorrel colt The borer for the frllllr alai smith Itnnlerlo prnlnre U tin horse wlileb wrvv lh wt range o iiithmefrtmi the oldest In tar UItt ai or till tolls have lieen olTrrd for aiwl HIM or au AIrliltml the are rtge age of theca Istyvnrn TiiHiulMitml hi day rsniuunil Hlrid lit Itr liar W N H II It he b 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rvoofil Jai He liT Muinlirlno King 1m IM liy i111iirluu Iutfhen M he toy MmuiirliioCblef II I tola l ree lKil by tbliue MM by E- tIIr ivf Iran vll Isn Kraal winner He won the ehmnplorwhlt Nt the National Horse Hkow n INMIIIIS i ilmt National IlprwHliow In IiMelaa elimnplonslilii Siitloiuil Horso- iiiow inn chiles t first w ltW olmw in almmplonshlp Nutlowil hors- euoclnisfirstIltIolllliars HhnwINkefa1nrsi NattotMl Horse hbow llrt elms notion hors e Hliuw If nittslit reserve BIMUIII Jlor Hhow 1t1S tlaM I sotond- nottun hors Hltow hill otau I smowl Ilinton horse Know ION chase t reserve 1IlonIIOHIHIMIW tiiHolam third liiwlon HnrnuHluiw llM elnssT IIslr11 This li Ire tit Irlneealfelcn tlIM Ihvus Vnlllhlflr ilslj Hnmh Iiamlln iiIV Trifler IlllIr devil JrrlWill make the present season nt our form mile from MflClnney Ky nt SIS to Insure n Living nit Wlllnlio stand the gOod nfAOK JACK r Nri lUKnt I to insure n Colt lit Is n 100 Individual IVj hiuuls hljh white points good leiiRlh llnv lane and feet Ii M iiVKNH A loX McKinney Kyv1I J ATTENTION 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 i E T PENCE