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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + + h- I p tvustiwFM rwrMNMYWhMw 1t J THE INTERIOR JOURNALi UV L XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 7 1907 NO 28 A Confederate Record By W L Sanford Sherman Texas What an oxConfcderato Bald alto reading an account of the debate in Congress on the proposition to admit Confederatcs to the Federal soldiers homesIMy records such that I should some what hesitate to go And seek admission to tho home tor Federals for you know- I chanced to be with Johnson when McDowell made a play To rid tho earth of Ocaurcgard and so wo marched that way Twas at Manassas Junction which tho Federals call Dull HunIAnd In tho Sutnincraprlngtimo of eight teen slxtyoneIThe government officials and society turned out From Washington to neo us run in Igno minious rout They found us without searching and before the day was done The gay assemblage burned the wind In flight to Washington- Oh there was confusion and that thor oughfare of old Was strewn with faos silk hats and cpulcts of gold The thousands killed and wounded were tho only ones who stayed And so I am by tho recoriJI that we madeIAnd there I was at Seven Pines and atI Mcchanlcsville At Gaines Mill and Fratiors Form and bloody Malvcrn Hill Abe Lincoln said ho needed just three hundred thousand moro hut scarce had wo rested when again at old Dull Run We hurled Iop es shattered columns in defeat to WashingtonI Ho tried to drive u wedge of steel twixt Leo and Jacksons corps Then Lincoln found ho needed just sixI hundred thousand moroITo quell the rising rebels in tho fierce occcasion States And then we had no surplus men as history relates And later on at Fredericksburg withI Ilurnsidc in command They rashly stormed the laming heights where we had made a stand Twelve thousand dead and wounded was tho penalty they paid And Im somewhat embarrassed by the record that wo made And then as luck would have it I was with tho daring throng That braved Joo Hookers army trench ed ono hundred thousand strong Wo had onethird his number but that mattered not for wo Wcro led by grim old Stonewall and tho great commander ho Who in soft slouched hat of brown and capo of faded gray Was worth full fifty thousand men on any battle day When Jackson gave tho order his Im mortal veteran corps 1Shotby and flanked the enemy by fif teen miles or moro And burst upon his right and rear in their heroic way While Leo with fourteen thousand kept the battle front that day Wo scattered them like chair though outnumbered two to one They faded from our vision like mist before the sun Wo didnt leave enough to make n decent dress parade And therefore Im embarrassed by the record that we made And then I had some trouble In tho opening of sixtyfour When Grant appeared upon tho scene and pushed his forces oer The Rapidan toward Richmond and tho journey I would state Consumed eleven months although tho distance is not great I Ho might have mado it in n week but found along tho way Some serious impediments in tho ragged coots of gray Wo met him at Cold Harbor in tho blithsotno month of Juno Our uniforms wero faded but our muskets were in tuno Tho hand of tho dread angel that smote Egypt in the nightthe handsWas not moro wo lifted in that fight lie charged recoiled then stormed again and failed with alt his powr And lost ten thousand on the field less than half an hour Such deeds seem superhuman and their memory will not And thats why Im embarrassed by tho record that we made Tho Magic No3 Number three is a wonderful mascot fpr Oeo U PurrU of Cedar Grove Mo according to a letter which roads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by tho failure to find ro Hot I tried Electric litters and as a result I am a well man today The first bodlo relieved and three bottles completed I tho curs Guaranteed 1 best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny druggist 60o L OTTENHEIM Joseph Lawson has been laid up with lumbago but is bettor T M U6ono sold n combined horso to J G Lynn for 175 Mr Butt tho saw mill man was hero week looking for a mill site Floyd Morgan has been employed by tho trustees of tho Sugar Grove dill trict to build tho school house for them Frank Chandler has been selling corn at 3 at the crib but owing to advance prices ho says ho will hold what he has on hand for n while Tho postofDco at this place was dis continued Friday and thero is a general kick as a number of patrons South and East of hero havnt any rural route any postolflce closer than Crab OrchardRoy nnd family and Mrs Catherine Bastin of Rowland wcro visiting Mr Skelton Coleman who is in n precarious condition Joseph Coleman went to Cincinnati Sunday to see his son Frank who has a good position in a book houso Rev W T n White spent Sunday with his son li- T White the merchant of this place We will mention for the benefit of Mrs Lena Adams host of friends tn this section that she informs us that sho and her little group of children are doing well and are well satisfied with her new homo In Oklahoma Leslie Anderson who has been attending State Normal School nt Richmond is at homo for vacation Wm Tucker who has been attending school nt Danville paid tho homcfolks a visit this week FLA WOOD S L Baird sold a load of com to W II Furr at 275 delivered Mow Law son sold a cow nnd calf to W L Lawson for V5 Mrs W H Fury visited J It Cook Crab Orchard who has been quite sick but is improving Jas McQucrry visited Mr Cook Thursday- A week ago last Saturday Rev A C Baird helped to organize tho now Bap List church near Crab Orchard They named tho church Beech Grove Tho carpenters ore progressing rapidly with their work and it will soon bo completed J II McQuerry who is watchman at the Waynesburg distillery was here Sunday Mrs Fannie Kohler who has been teaching school in Texas has returned to her fathers A J Hammack and will teach the Woods View school this year Mrs Nannlo Syler will teach at Lawson this year and Miss Oslo Dud derar at Union Misses Myrtlo and Willie Corminey wero in Lancaster shopping Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fiction has once moro loon ilomonstrnied in the little town of Fedora Tenn tho rcslilenco of C V Pepper Ho writes I was In bod entirely disabled with hemorrhages of tho lungs and throat Doctors tailed to holp me and nllhopo had tied when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then Instant relief came The coughing soon coal ed tho blooding diminished rapidly toil In thrco weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed cure for coughs lad colds GOc and rl at Pennys drugstore Trial bottlo free It is estimated that 10000000 Is in vested In the output of golf clubs in En gland and that 20000 people were con verted to the game in 1900 There arc 2000 clubs and about 300000 players and their total annual expenditure is estimated at over 27000000 an average of 90 for each player At the rate of n ball a golfer each week 15000000 galls arc used every year by golfers on British links There has never been a case of ty phoid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps the whole sys tern in perfect order Do not be Imposed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho mar ket ask your druggist for Whites genuine Diamond Brand dollars fetimTwenty million eat mated value of tho debris left by the San Frncisco catastrophe Its weight is given at 600000 tons and it is figured that it would require n train 600 miles long to carry it y Do Not Neglect Tho Children At this season of tho year tho first unnatural looseness of childs bowels should have Immediate attention The best thing that can bo given is Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy followed by castor oils directed with each bottlo of tho remedy For salo by all druggists A St Louis judge cried when ho sentenced a bank cashier to five years for faulting Ho probably felt that another chance to borrow money had slipped by Frankfort Journal 41 NEWS NOTES The plant of the Knoxvllle Sentinel was seriously damaged by fire Throe persons were killed by the explosion of near of gasoline at Rcddick IIITen work mules were burned in the barn of Love Boyd Co at Scotts yule President Roosevelt was presented a handsomely engraved plate of solid gold taken from a mine near the homo of tho Presidents mother In Georgic About 2000 machinists employed in shops in Cleveland where the employers had refused to grant tho union demand for a nin0 hour day went on strikeAfter 15 days and the examination of ICG talesmen 12 men have been secured at Boise Idaho to try tho case of William D Haywood charged with tho murder of former Gov Frank Stcuncnbcrg Vernon Holt 15 years old of Mont gomery county Tenn who has for years excited interest because he had no teeth is just beginning to cut two front ones Dentists consider his ono of the most remarkable cases on record Vice President Fairbanks made an address at the commencement exercises of the U S Grant University in Chat tanooga in which ho paid a beautiful tribute to tho late President McKinley and made reference to tho Spanish American War In the District Court for the south ern district of Alabama pleas of guilty were entered by numerous persons to an indictment charging conspiracy to cause tho Interstate carriage of lottery advertisements and fines amounting to 231000 were imposed- Independent tobacco factories to fight tho trust probably will bo organ lIed in several cities in Central Kentucky and will manufacture Burley to nero hold by the association althongh that body will have nothing to do with the management and will only supply the tobacco Much anxiety is being felt by militia authorities In various parts of tho country over the discovery that tho Government allotments for National Guard purposes will cease next January unless all tho militia organizations are placed on the same footing as the regular army by that time Two Louisville and four Lexington national banks havo filed suits at Frankfort asking an injunction re training tho State Board of Valuation nnd Assessment from making perma nent the assessments made against them The suit is based on the recent decision of the Supreme Court Mayor Thomas Combs of Lexington threw down the gauntlet to his opponent former Mayor Henry Duncan at Lexington byolTciing to submit the charges mado by Duncan to three of the most prominent men in that city Mayor Combs agrees to resign if any two of the three believe him to be guilty after hearing all tho evidence and facts in tho case During the past week prominent Californians have been in New York try ing to stir up a sentiment that will lead to money being loaned by Eastern cap italists to help in rebuilding San Francisco It is claimed that the 180000000 insurance money has been used up that the local banks havo loaned up to the limit and that the rebuilding can not goon without more money In his instructions to the grand jury at Hopkinsvillo Judge T P Cook directed a close and careful investigation of the lawlessness incident to tho tobacco war in Western Kentucky and told the jury it must return Indictments if the evidence justified no mat tel who was found to be guilty Judge Cook denounced tho use of forco in the fight against the tobacco trust and said if might could make right anarchy would soon prevail Ho Fired the SUck I havo tired the walking stlek Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treat mont until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salvo that has healed tho sore and mado mo a happy man writes John Gorrett of North Mills N C Guar anteed for Piles Burns etc by Pon ny druggist Lute Look at poor Mn Smith working that heavy lawnmower Isnt it n shameYes perhaps it is but listen to poor Mr Smith putting the baby to sleep A Fortunate Texan Mr 13 W Goodloo of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In the past year I have become acquulnted with Dr Kings Now Life Pills and no laxative I over before tried so effect ually disposes of malaria and bilious ness They dont grind nor gripe 2Txj at Pennys drug store Doaler Heros n clock that will run eight day without winding Silas Wall how long will the dcrncd thing run if ye wind it IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Danville is to have an Elgin creamery Miss Gallic Million and Thomas Wilcox were married in Madison J W Lockridgo and family have moved to Louisville from London Tho city council of Lawrcnccburg has raised the saloon license from 500 to Nansley G liensley died at tho home of her brother Thomas Eason in Danville Robert Adams fell from a bridge at Silver Creek and was so badly hurt that ho died a few hours later At London Attorney E C Holliday was acquitted of the charge of detain ing Mrs Cupp a domestic Mrs William C Settles a well known woman of tho Rose Hili vicinity of Mercer is dead after an illness of two years Tho London Sentinel of London has been incorporated with 1500 capital stock Russell Dyche William Lewis and G C Moore are tho Incorporators At Richmond Clifton Shifflett aged 82 years ono of the bestknown farmers of the Moberley neighborhood is dead after a long illness A wife and several children survive Dr C L Troutman was convicted at London of the charge of criminal timacy with a 1C yearold girl who committed suicide in his office Ho was sentenced to the penitentiary for 10 yearsSuit for 25000 damages has been filed against J S GatlifT marshal of Williamsburg and his bondsman Dr A GatlifT for the killing of E Gilbreath recently The plaintiff is the widow of the deceased Susan Benedict of Campbellsvillc filed suit in the Doyle Circuit Court against the Farmers Homo Insurance Company of Junction City to collect 6300 insurance money which sho claims is justly due her for tho burning of a piece of property in Junction City A R humble is elated over the development an oil well on his land under lease to W A KafTrcy on Cedar Sinking Wayne county six miles South cast of Monticello Tho well came in May 30 and did 124 barrels every 21 hoursSomerset Journal M 0 Winfrey nominee for Superin tendent of Public Instruction on the Democratic ticket was given a farewell reception in Middlcaboro where ho has been superintendent of schools for several years Strong resolutions complimenting and indorsing him were adopted by the meeting Tho court of appeals refused to dis solve the injunction granted by Judge Peakc against County Judge Shely of Anderson county when ho was directed to give the city of Lawrenceburg a separate vote from the county in the local option election The election set for Tuesday will not take place It is said on excellent authority but not yet officially given out that Dan vlllo will be the terminus of a new freight division on the Q C with Oak dale Tenn It will go into effect on July 1st Tho freight divisions will then be from Cincinnati to Danville Danville to Oakdale and Oakdalo b- hattanoogaAdvocate KINGSVILLE Richard Smith died of acuto pneumo niaMiss Ottio Walls visited Miss Mottle Black last week at Floyd Mr C D Evans filled his regularap ointment at tho Methodist church Sunday evening Miss Pauline Taylor has returned from a visit to Somerset Mrs Alonzo Rlgncy went to Somerset Sunday Mrs George Rigncy and son Ed went to Cincinnati Monday Mrs Wm Lane visited at Floyd She was accompanied homo by Miss Mattie Black who is her guest Mrs Lane entertained in honor of Miss Black Monday evening Mrs Major Smith gave a strawberry supper Saturday evening which was a very en joyablo affair Mrs Lillio Frisby of Arabia was tho guest of her brothers family hero J Ed Boland of Lexington is hero this week buying ties for the Greenbrier Polo Co W S Drye of Hustonville was here Sunday Ed Sweeney of Junction City was hero Friday J D Swope and D C Allen of Hustonville were hero last week electioneering Deputy Sheriff Will Hester of Stanford was hero Saturday John Walls wife and children were of her mother Mrs Parsons at Stanford Miss Eliza Walls has been ill of rheumatism u Totter Cured A lady customer of ours had suffer ed with totter for two or tnreo years It got so bud on liar hands that sho uould not attend to her household duties Ono box of Chamberlains Salvo erred her Chamberlains med tines give splendid satisfaction in this community M II HODNHY t Co Almond Ala Chamberlains medicines arofor sale by all druggists Out of every 1000 prison inmates in the United States 65 are women z v csc CRirros UHAND Snappy Clothes Griffon Brand all wool Guaranteed Clothes are lenders Try ours and be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Purina Baby Chick Another shipment of Purina Baby Chick Feed just received Try it Everybody like it for little chicks WeH HIGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky j Cbe Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000tSurplus 2300000iUndivided 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 Owsley Stanford S II Shauks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walker TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Prenchersville L G Gooch Wnynesburg Ky First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This tnttllntlon was originally established at the Deposit flank of tn 1658 then reorganised at the National lank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganized ai the First National Bask of Stanford in 1893 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It U better supplied now with facilities for transact lUll business promptly and well than ever before fa Its long and bonorabie career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers J HOOKER Preit BT HAKIMS V Pre JJ MoHO ERTSOhrIW H WEABENAsst Ohri Directors V Reid DanTllle S T Harris Stanford J S Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Elmore Stanford S H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J U naucbman Stanford J 11 1ettus Stanford O E Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with tho largest oven that you over saw and some other extra good features combined with n firstclass range throughout makes this StoVo hard to brat If you are in need of a Cook Stove do not fail to see mo beforo you buy All kinds Pumps from 150 up to 8150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyT- inner f nUll Plumlor IThe Interior Journal i c WALTON IEJ T ROBERTS Ii a candidate lot Moglstrnte In tlio Ornb Orebnrd Magisterial District subject to the act Inn of the democratic party- it f JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for Jailer of subject to the action of ttiu Democratic party M BRUCE of 1lnooln cormt IS l CItllUlUUlt for JIIIITt subject to tlio action of tliu IHiiiocnitlc party 10 4 ti JAMES C HAYS Is n candidate for Jailer of county II subject to the notion of the Democratic t party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Aswmor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of the liemocrntlc puny TUB Frankfort Journal talks hose senso when it says The pistol toter is l always a coward and generally a mur derer at heart To make a homicidal Criminal two things only need conjoin One is the provocation which need not be great the other is the ready weapon The provocation which an unarmed man passes by unnoticed is the occasion for killing for a pistol toter who ought to bo frowned upon by society There is no necessity for any man in this country to make himself a walking arsenal except preparatory to making himself a murderer JUDGE JAMES HARGIS will shortly L begin the publication of a weekly Democratic paper in Jackson to replace the recently destroyed Jackson Hustler He has secured estimates from a Cin cinnati typo foundry and will equip a plant at a cost of 6000 It is said that Attorney 0 H Pollard of Jackson will assumo the management of the Tnew paper We predict it will be a warm number and we hereby serve notice on the judge that we want to exchange with his publication TILE splendid monument to Jefferson Davis President of the Confederacy was unveiled at Richmond Va Mon day with appropriate ceremonies and in the presence of a great gathering of veterans of the Lost Cause It was a happy occasion to the gallant old confederates whose ranks are rapidly thinning out we are sorry to say LABOR agitators seem to be doing more to retard progress in San Fran cisco than the earthquake did in damages Detailed reports of present con ditions in San Francisco show that 40000 of her workers are compelled to idleness by reason of strikes and de rangements in the city government e growing out of labor troubles POLITICAL At Henderson F M Hutcheson Jr was nominated for representative in the Democratic primary by 82 majority Complete returns from Nicholas and Robertson counties in Saturdays primary for the nomination for Repre i sentative give C F Templeman a majority of 10 The vote was light It is expected that the Pennsylvania Republican Convention which will meet at Harrisburg Thursday to nomi nate a candidate for State Treasurer will formally indorse Senator Knox for Elkins of West Virginia in Washington said he is watching the weather now with a great deal more solicitude than he is political waves and that a few days of warm weather will mean millions of dollars in the pockets of the people of this country- A Jim Crow test is to come before the Interstate Commerce Commission the case being that ofa Tennessee Negress bound for Georgia who claim ed she was an interstate passenger and had to be moved by force from the coach for white people into that provided for Negroes Judge John D Carroll recently appointed a member of the Court of Appeals to succeed Judge James Cantrill has announced himself a can didate for the Democratic nomination to fill out the unexpired time of Judge Cantrill It is said to be probable that he will have no opposition in the Fifth districtHaving as an object an increased per centage of Federal office holders of Southern nativity Civil Service Com missioner McIlheny left Washington for a two weeks tour of the South where he will urge upon the people the advantages of taking civil service examinations and placing themselves in Hne for Federal appointments- Of all the impractical cranky and ungrateful people on tho face of the earth the political prohibitionists are the limit They pretend that they want to get rid of thfl whisky traffic but no other method than they have selected will do and no temperance worker is recognized unlesss he follows it Although tho Democratic party has given the State all tho temperance legislation it has over gotten some of its convention speakers took occasion I to villify it and abuse some of its nominees A prohibitionist for tho love of temperance is worthy of respect and confidence The political prohibitionist is a fraud and a fakir Frankfort Journal r l t r r 14 4 Here and There A slight earthquake shock was felt at San Francisco early WednesdayI morning No damage was A Southern passenger train plunged oft an embankment near Lebanon Tenn or more passengersIter says that with Panama and his position on theI Isthmian Canal Comissiorr The Chief of Stall of of tlw army andI Mrs J Franklin Hell will attend the commencement of the State Agricul tural and Mechanical College at Lex Wight of Louisiana has do clded to accept tho position of Commissioner of Internal Revenue tendered him by the President and will assume office in December- Government officials are greatly embarrassed in trying to provide for tho construction of now buildings author ized under the recent appropriation of Congress owing to the increased cost of labor and material Tho Queen Crescent was fined 5 000 in the Jessamine Circuit Court for maintaining a nuisance at High Bridge The company runs excursions there on Sunday Dancing and other forms of amusement are indulged in which is looked upon by tho citizens of High Bridge as demoralizing on the Sabbath day MATRIMONIAL Thomas B Ellis of this county and Miss Cora Peyton of Casey were made one on the 2nd Attorney E V Puryear and Miss Lucy Lee Bell daughter of Thomas Helm Bell will be married at Danville June 20- Bruce Lawson and Miss Sallie Adams who were married in Garrard Wednes day took tho train here for Louisville They were accompanied by Mr Ed M Walker and Miss Adams sister of the brideHandsomely engraved invitations have been received by their friends here of the approaching marriage of Miss Nancy Brent Newland of this place to Rev Loyd Caswell Kelly of Louisville The date of the wedding is Juno 19 and it will occur at Miss Newlands home at high noon Emmet Wilson who is under sen tence of four years in the penitentiary and awaiting removal to Frank fort was married in the Bath county jail Tuesday night to Kate Kaufman 15 years of age There were 200 people there to witness the marriage as nothing of the kind ever happened at Owingsville before The wife says she will go to Frankfort and secure work that she may be near her husband AND now Editor J F Campbell of the Somerset Journal tells the women how to wear their skirts as if they all are not experts in the business See what he says Do you know the best way to hang a skirt and certainly one of the easiest too is to fold the skirt band thrust a long pin such as florists give you through the skirt band and hang the pin over the hook in the clothes press Short hatpins are equally good but the strong wire pins are just long enough to pin through the skirt without sharp ends protruding and the wire is strong enough to hold the heaviest skirts Try it once and you will not be bothered with wooden or wire skirt holders CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballous many friends are looking forward to his sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning It will be the 40th anniversary of his ministryRev L Yandle of Stanford will preach at Walnut Flat Presbyterian church on next Sunday afternoon at K30 oclock All in the community are invited to attend the servic- eTonight If yon would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative effect clear the read and cleanse the stomach Price S3 coots Samples free at all drug gists Ever been on the stage asked the cornergrocery egg Sure answered the cabbage I was once cast for a villain and made a great hit The huckster didnt have all tho largo berries on top He had some on the bottom Thus when he dumped a box into tho purchasers dish a good appearance was presented Ever wake up In the morning with the BOSO stuffed up and dry Thats catarrh A 8100 outfit of Uyo mel will cure you Money back if It falls G L Penny TIlE Lincoln County FairAssociation with 1500 capital has been incorpor ated Messrs M B Eubanks G L Penny and J T Embry ore the incor- porators When your stomach wont let you eat a hearty meal without pain or dis tress get tho help of MIona stomach tablets Money back if they fall G L Penny J I4fUjI r = INOlCE 1 As administrator of Mrs J H Milliard I notify douse hnvliiR claim ngalnst her es tate to prevent them properly verllled to mo at one Those owing tlio estate will iIi so settle ut eurlleat opportunity It K Unlive BallardMtnnfoKyf A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The Infant or the child should not boI given salts purgative waters or harsh- pills or tablets when the bowels are con stlpatcd and neither should any med cine bo 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 Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make it especially adapted to peoples use It works gently but surely and containing as it does many tonic ingredients it not only cleans out the congested bowels but tones the sys tom and makes the child feel better In every way oflarllher baby retrulaily and that she would not bo 10DiftlmoMother will find this an InvalusWa remedy Jyspepsislver Aadboweland by Its uio a homo cure at very little cost Is easily brought about Children are often troubled with skin dis nototbatDrnobowUIIncent bottle has often restored an entire family FREE TESTTIose wishing to by DrCalcI Synio Peuiln btl rt buy byaddnsdnrnecompanyremedy Mil do as we claim and Is only epee to then lynmtoms hive of atom ch Iwribowforcclldtsrite lave vet oldPUalloScedactbeats COt III PUBLIC SALE I As heirs of Mr and Mrs U II Unllnnl we will onWKDNKSPAY JtNK Is on the premise nt oclock sell to the highest and best bidder tilt following deserlUxl farm containing IS ncre of lit TheInnd farm Is Mtuiiled one tulle from Htunford on Uinciuter plkotiml Is known ns tho Wither place The property consists of n good Hrooin lei houl6nnd nil nccenry outbulklntgs Thi houte ndjolns the turnpike having h beiiu hut trout yam running to wiiiio All of this harm ts in grass but ubout acres It hns about lulIsstlevtufoaknahahd poplar timber on It Tho witter ts abundant and neverfullliiR The fencing Is flrstcliiss and lies well It Is one of tho mot Utiutlful homes In Lincoln county At the same tinepad pine will also sell tome household fur niture We will also on TJIUItHIIAY JUNK90IKJ7 on the prtIIII1I Rt Is oclock X 5ell to thf highest and best bidder tin wel1 known K H Italliml farm near Paint Lick This farm contains SIUacre of fine lard and Is n very diwlruble piece of property Tim dwell ing contains Itrotnnnnd Is In perfect re There lire nil necenury outbuildings IIUXI1ltlInglength of tiara The lotmcco tarn Is Tixlll practically new Tho place Is under grithutniondifc Lancaster turnpike one mile North of rnlnt Uek At siime time and place will tell the Hplllman farm tulle trout 1nlnt Lick This place contains HI acres of land house of 7 rooms gas-outbulldingaburn holding nbout 7 ncre a of tobacco and plenty of water It has About acre of land nit of this land lie Ing In grass but about si acres It Is under good fence anti very productive At MOle time and place will also tall the farm local ed on Walnut Meadow Creek about mllnKant of mint Lick containing IS errs of road It ha n good sroom house with ull necessary outbuildings plenty of water tint gnasiICturnpike nml has abut W acre of bottom stud This will 15 an nbtoliito sale for the ants of dlvuion and the lands will potltlvvly lw old on the dates named LIteral terms whlcb will bu nnnounceti on dny sf sale will be suede the purchaser Any further Information will U gladly furnished Call us on phone mint Lick Ky at our ex pent Mrs R E Sallee E H BallardKING EAGLE h No SAI Vole A MII It King Jingle Is hands high dark with llowlng mane fond tall ors ull the gluts with plenty ol speed style uml action hehyItoyul Kings 1st diini Uollle louutslIl wva kv the holed sire OnblII Iezlug ton K King Kagleii lit ditto Jllp mv she by tIIJlu ion he by Old King Eagle utl dam by Iteil Lion and dun by llarrU Denmurlc ht by Miller I Henmark 15 4th thoroughbredNOTE n breeder of lino colored and high itrltri- ollinll having plenty of size and action his colts will show lor themselves King Kit glo will make the present servant of 1M7 at our iitnblu two uIIII ollllIl1lf miles Went of Htanford on the MIItIIIItJV plkent the low price of pa TO IVINU OUIT Will also stand thu great inulu Jack JIM h KEN aired by the great teene- vIratdam the Imp John Wells 2n dnm hlgllblnekJim Keeno will serve mare at JIU TO IN HUHU A LIV1NO CO- LTASHLAND BROOK No 417M Vol ATII It bred Iltick er Oeorgutown Ky AH1ILANO 11UOOK Will foaled 1UU solid buy with loft hind foot highIYJ1I1UIEFHIcd llrook No record ylay the sire of Irjtartt J173gthounnd Running llrook 2J Hllent llrook by JlllrklllthttSo the sire of Heurchllght SrtcJi and Vnlim JfwS Uarknlglit sired by Alcyone No SH rONSl7 Ashland llrook dam flutist Wren b Ashland WllkI 2plrteurl2173 the Ilr oof John It Uuntry tOJ Mnlfluodor- p4 Alhlllnd Wllkll alyd ry net Wilkes ho VUkeM runt dnhi Hide Jl1I by lrctensier h1SJ Urn than by JIIII lollrooICs NOTK Ashland llrook Is n handsome fel low with lots of sutMtunce bus n hold way of going with lola of speed stylo and action Thll should hire omo very highclass horse Ashland Brook will erin few out side shires thin seu ou at llD TO JNHUUU A LIVING COLT JIOJ1jllcklllllIV LIVINULT tndiC q whitehitsbringthoed with or bred elsewhere forfeit the Insur ance anti money becomes due nt the time of such transaction Kor further particulars call on or nddrcn WOOUHPhono s IOMtr CkpA l w od s PIANO FOR SALE I KertH Plano Iprlght nnd usr1 out n short tune for sills elicit Churles Hutch rUrn Orchard Ky Notice Butchers I Good refrigerator fret lileh nnd feet wide for sale nt n bargain Also n lot of imtcher tools MAUuataJLEnhlro Hustonvllle Ky ATTENTION HORSE OWNERS I I have lioughtn most modern mid rovee111nprrgtatorthe MTIH of which oUr to those Imrren mare or lull reethnt want brrri Tlie 1InlIIIIIor II n sure remedy for Imrren imm r It A TTllAtlrftH Sex llllRTt IlV- PlHUiuiit Hill llreedlng rtirm D J SMITHGI- LL3ERTSCREEK KY The Quick Hale nml Smull ProOl Hton You are Invited to court In unit sir my comih te stock of new Hummer goo Homethtna for the hot weather Mnson Lot new UrDlltt Wkrv JutnoCtthd Hrult Full ktock ut grocerlvs of nut kinds Poultry Raising Pays Nnrns ri RN eomluI to rmltse that pmal try ralsing Is one of the best payIa ones n hisIUShlan HtntlDtlvs show that tb IIU1I alone htm more money than tboJ out either corn or wheat Now IsUioUmo of theytMtrtoleml your fowls n good tonle Itoiuemlter only healthy liens lay 41141 cures ltuUIlIorHMp8IIIIH Lie tHrneek mnk a them y u r slrk chicken to tdroim tor times u tillS as preventive give Mich chicken to I drow la tilt feed oiic n day 1rtee We itmrnntiwl your druggist HTAN KUKU untu Co Blue Grass Farm for Sale wish to sell farm It miles Wt of lliutiinvlll idle tram rrtki aril fnriten ler Mtatlun conpsting of 14 Reno of rleh true gr1s IPIIII or lotawco lIH1 nil III ItniM This furs tern tr rqtwlly dhIdai to luhnnlnge so as to have n go dwelling airli place also nretary out rmlklui Irm IHI Rlmolt Ill R alone Utllp digit In lines Titers are three stuck hunt Rood toUiccq iMrn t tables tennnt lout III 51etry nhl iii lulllJ sprliiRn with I stream running throng whole tract- J HTKKIK CAnPKNTKH llnntonvllle Ky BLACK HAWK Coming S years old heavy lioni black with white points IU hands wilt rvv jet nets at Ulan for lack culls llOuU for Jennet colts Inure ut pvio to Inturv n living dares parted with forfeits lununinw Pas err nt ttiu per month Not re Minslble for accidents should an occur Call und see Jaek and their lack colts us wIt IIIl ern show you wllllL Jack can due its go on tilt Mluourl planI show you Ilutfnd uu I will take pleasure In show coltsnI wilt also stand my Pick for ttW- to Insure n living cot on samr term us Mack llnwk Wilt no serve n few nmres rte with my high bred colt Indetmndence Chief 1611 h1NU- alurelnodlay LIVERY OUTFIT FOR SALE I Having decided to change my bundle will sell nt nuctlonut my livery burn back of tile HtAsiiih Hotel on iT HATUitDYJUNES11kT- sginntng at 10 x my entire iuery out lit cUIIbUng ot I hrnd of hone 6 st 01 llIgl I surrey I sut 01 ofsurrwy lameIdrunnerswmgonIet double IIl1rnuIlot of rugs duster hollers etc The entire outllt Is prnetlenl new ns t have lieen In budnrss only nUtut two months Will sell the nliave with n prtvllegu of continuing the business at my inMiil stand Will tell the outfit us n stmtcly Term node know- ednyofanle J W ACKY J P Auct Stanford Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres ot rich Blue Grass land This land is tune hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms balls 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 up tc date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold the next Go days K cash balance to suit purchaser For further formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James White Stanford Ky DARE ALL NO 2086 The eomhlnetl tlllllon will make n Iludt Utr at lawn Mere stock Jurlll Smiles West of Ilutonvll Ky on the rndforlaV IIIN dt Hustonvllle pike near Carpenter Station at to Insure a IhllIlI or with forfei- tuurnnceundmoheylecoutcdue nt time iuchtranactlo11 on col till season Is add Mures gritted nt tlM mont irnfnfedlf deslmlut reiiMinnble rates Hills must lit Jtd b fore rvmoval of mar Mares entrusted will receive my perlollnl uUenUolI huh wo will not hat ru for nccldenti orescurysv UKIIIIIII1IOIIoIId In liar lL3i IlII- mhhlhdllrk lJIlr ono front anti rear toot white star model of greirt benuty with hort lack neck deep wull shoulders and with great would expect from reading his pedigree loud bone line feet nnd legs wonderfu Htnmlnn Attractive by hulter under Middle anti In hllrllol5 with thud graceful tnovament the belongs to him by Inheritance fromo n long line of the most fiimous uncestry if ladillo the world tans over prut vced ltlfntmytllnCl by Wlro No- vs Val A ho by OhPsnr liar to nhogle 71 ho IIy King dl ho by Unlnl s ifenmurk nitho10 nri by It llloal by Klllg VIIIlutist 67 Brll by Oliver Ill IInltyslint dnu I1tIorts ATIi IL he by Wit nHy lI11mllllolIllIlI lUll dour by Messengtrarddnnlby VlKMAWlh off rln the services ol Paro All to tilt public I take orcaidon to have lieen II horsbrieslurIA for aiycnrsnndesperrnc rued a class outs to know Vnrt All is the result of careful palutuk lirewllng and cornea as natural resut or liia with tits fUrlmating tin bust mares theHtntehaatTorded Caro ttallIon rylllK about t per cent of letllll bloOtI 1 srlIhr Ir lInt than tiny tllIllUII service In State Kllllt Willlnm being us preeminent for saddled regarded sireImrnosM All by the Dare Iw In turn IIOW It eOlnlllg Ohelter Darefollowhig n long list 01 slrol ctr one grIt show horse out its tauhou lIow that wereot niuroa mnrel IIml hI dnlll Rmtnle lie the show ntnru we ever owned hating ItrtlItlst for hr we think tntltles biro 10 the clirollli V thinnklhim the grandest prolpee siiowhoeBe him before booklni your murelOOt K OAn jKNTKU Phone In resldenceHustonvillo KxchuiiBe IJji v IXTRAGOD m 4 Little Men 1 i What is nearer and dearer to a Mother Than Her Boy In what does she take more interest than in his clothes We feel we are better prepared this season than ever in our lives to fit and please these little ones in Knee Pants 50 75c and 125 plain and Knickbocker buttons wash pants 25 and 50c KnickerIbocker style wash suits 125150 and 2 Our line of woolen suits are ideal indeed beautiful Greys and Blues sizes 3 to 17 years with short pants in prices 250 to 750 Mothers come and see them if you do not r purchase it will be a pleasure to us to show youH J McROBBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY BRIG hEN 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 Come in and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky New Drug Law As passed by Congress under the Pure Food Act of June 3 1906 has not effected our 1 business We adopted our motto Only the Best long before Congress thougnt of such TaffyToludersLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paint vour iloilseC t Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatlyato its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD i DRUG CO t bt One Fourth Off eos Tho price oil nil Silk and Net Wnicts Thccc nro right from the best makers in Now York but they must go before moving time One Fourth Off Tho price oil nay Skirt in tho house This includes our very attractive lino of voiles BTANFOUD KY JUNI 7 1907 SUNSHINE Finish will make oh furniture look like new Pennys Drug- Stre niuoiiT HAYS is critically ill Mns ALEX HOLTZCLAW is quito sick i MKS W II UNDBHWOOD ia on tin slak list MfwoN HANKY is clerking tor George II Farris Mil G U Coornu wont to Louis vlllo Tuesday q MR DAn POYNTHK of Mt Vernon was hero Tuesday MAYOH A H FLOKBNCB Is up fror the Wayno county oil fields I PnoK AND MRS J W IRHMND will spend next week at Danville J W HOIMAN of Mobile Ala is with his brother Mr J E Holman Squnu JAMES A UUDPERAU mndo a business trip to Harbourvlllo this week Mn It S ScunDBlt went up to Richmond yesterday to look after lame horses LITTLE MISS LUCY LEE WALTON Is i visiting Miss Mary Miller Walton I Lexington MR GtOROR W JoNDB of Somerset was a posscngoron Wednesdays North hound train FATHER KNUB of Danville attended tho recital at Stanford College Wcdnca day evening t MRS A ADDAMS and children of Crab Orchard were guests of thi Misses Burch Miss SALUE TAYLOR WOODS leavci Saturday to visit fricnda at Ulchmom and Versailles MRS J F CUMMINS was called tt Wilmore by tho illness of her mother Mrs J D SAM C HARDIN of lon- don was hero yesterday with his brother Mark Marlin MRS J A BLAIN and Miss Knthcr Inc Hall of Hustonvillo honored this office with a call Wednesday Miss ALICE SINGLETON of Waynes burg spent several days with her brother Supt Garland Singleton MR D C PAYNE of Crab Orchard spent several days with his daughter Mrs R E Tanner at Harriman Tenn e DR It U HOURICAN wife and son Arthur Goebel are up from Marion county with Air and Mrs II C Rup Icy Misses ECHO SMITH and Eddie Bal ley Chadwlck and others from Crab Orchard attended tho rink Tuesday eva ning MRS S M SAUKLBY and handsome son Shelton Marshall Saulloy Jr are with her parents Mr and Mrs S II MRS E L MAYS and son who have been with Mm Taylor Rob berts at Rowland have returned to KIddB Store- EVEREIT STONE foreman of tho Lex Ington Herald spent Tuesday and Wed nesday with his parents Mr and Mrs Leo II Stone REV ALFRED A HIROINS went to t Cincinnati yesterday to meet Dr W Harry 1U lns who has been attending college in Baltimore MnE D RITCHIE wife and son George of Palo Pinta Texas arrived Wednesday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs J N Mensfce MR AND MRS THOMAS TIITON of Lebanon Junction are visiting Mrs W W Carter at Rowland Mr Tipton has t been ill of typhoid fever f Mn CHARLES MCGRUDER wife and f little son have returned to Lebanon Junction deter a pleasant visit to Mrs Llzzio Carter at Rowland MR JESSE F COOK of Lexington has gone to Spain after another car load or so of Cataltnlan jacks Ho is doing a big business in that line MR AND MRS J E JOHNSON of Now Orleans who have been guests of the family of Mr George P Bright are spending several days In Lexington MR JOHN B OAKLEY of London train route towas on Wednesdays en Louisville to consult a specialist Mr Oakley has been a sufferer from tom ach trouble MR DAVID VANDEVEER and family of Richmond Mrs W K Shugars and son of Brodhead and Miss Florence Tanner of McKinney attended the burial of Miss Nancy VanDoveer Miss CLARA COOPER who has been teaching in tho State D D at Sa l lem Oregon arrived Wednesday tot the delight of her many friends Her Water Miss Lucilo Cooper who taught in tho same institution Is visiting in Los Angeles and other Western Miss BELLE ROOT is over from Dan I vlllo with relatives Miss MARY MCRODBRTS visited friends at Danville Missus C V GENTRY and S M Owens wont to Louisville Wednesday MR FRANK KeLLEY is up from fir mingham with his daughter Mrs D V Ballou I Miss AMBROSIA THOMAS of Louts villa is with her sister Mrs W B McRoborts MI88B8 GURTRIIDB Goocit and Anna Dayton of the West End woro here shopping yesterday Mn ALEX DBNNY and Mrs Mattie Duncan of Garrard attended tho com mencement exercises of Stanford Col logo LOCALS RINK tonight JUST received n car load of tho Plo near Wire Fence See odV E T Ponce Tim tax books arc now ready Please call and get your receipt T J sheriff THE Ladies Aid Society of tho Christian church will meet at 3 l M Satur day when a full attendance Is desired LIKE poets queens aro usually born but ono will be made at the rink this Friday evening Witness the perform ante SOMETHING now in Shadow Embroid cry Send for our catalogue Nation KEEP in mind tho Lincoln County Fair which will bo held at Stanford July 17 18 19 Make your arrange menta to attend It D R ADAMS and Been D Hyatt have bonght an uptodate thresher outfit and offer its services to the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties HEREAFTER you will have to pay cents a stool for cotton thread The trusts have decreed and the common people have to pay tho fiddler or not dance MR JOHN N SR sold for Miss Mary Varnon to Judge Finlcy of her boundary of coal and timber land in Whltiey county for 1100 THOSE who subscribed for stock in tho Lincoln County Fair Association aro requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary CLARENCE son of Mr and Mrs W A Moberly of Knox ville died and was buried Sunday last The parents lived in this county until some five or six years ago To CARPENTERS Those wishing to bid on the for tho Lincoln County Fair will call on Secretary J F Cummins and get specifications Bids will be opened Juno 6 KELP in mind that Miss Kate Pence will be crowned queen of tho carnival which will be given at tho rink tonight You had better witness tho event Almost everybody else will to tiV Guest Judge James Hargls of Breathltt will be one of the attractions at tho Crab Orchard fair this year The colonel in forms us that ho will be there the sec ond day MAYOR CLARENCE E WOODS of Richmond and Prof H K Taylor president of the Wesleyan College Winchester will speak at the Law and Order League meeting at tho courthouse Monday afternoon at 2 oclock Hear them Bio SNAKE Mr Dink Farmer cap tured a rattle snake the other day which is as big around ta a mans wrist and almost as long as a fence rail It has nine rattles Ho will try and dispose of tho serpent to the Zoological Gardens in Cincinnati LONG GLOVES Send us your orders for Long Gloves 19 inch length Lisle black or white two clasps 1 22 inch length Silk Taffeta black or white two clasps 150 22 inch length Silk black only two clasps 175 19 and 23 inch length Silk black only two clasps 62 Mail orders carefully and promptly filled Send remittance with order W B Davis Son Ky After June 15th You will find ua in our now big store Cor Mnin and Depot Streets1with many now and attractive bargains In tho meantime we wjll offer soino of tho most attractive merchandise over oflerol by us nt cut prices You will euroly need warm woathor goods 118Hit always has gotten hot n SECONDHAND Champion binder fo r sale E T Pence SUMMER is here all right but whcr is tho Summer weather WHAT is a carnival See for yourself at the rink tonight NEW braiding patterns and fish flit Mrs Leslie Carter Stanford Fon Doorlng mowers binders andha rakes go to J L Boazloy Co FOR SALB OR RBNT The Dr J K VanArsdalo property on Cut Off street For particulars call on or address L R Hughoe Stanford THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has forma of 10 to 000 nero for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices Tin Campbell the depo has just added another big room whit has been converted into a dining room Mine Most Campbell is doing a fine business with his la day hostelry ED WILKINSON has moved into his handsome new barber shop In theMyer i House next door to Mrs Jonos reotnu rant Everything Is brand new and his shop is one of the prettiest in the State Tim rink of Tuesday last was well attended and everybody seemed to have a good time Tho carnival tonight at which time Miss Kate Pence will be crowned queen she having won the honor by popular vote promises 00 bring em from tho four u lien Gooch aged abou 70 died at his homo near Kingsvill Wednesday Ho is survived by his sec ond wife and several children includ ing Mrs Dan Hester Ho was a broth er of Messrs William and John Gooch who died in tho Goshen section several years ago Mr Gooch was an exceed ingly clever man an A democrat and and a good citizen TilE Crab Orchard FairRacing As sociation will let to the highest and best bidder tho following privileges at their fair July 10 11 12 1907 The dining room lunch counter softdrinks the hitching and feed pop corn pea nuts and crackerjack rubber balls and balloons tho baby rack cane rack bill boards etc Send in seal bids for any ono or more of these privileges to be opened and awarded on Juno 10th 1907 R ICALL to a call of R P Ernst chairman of the Republican State Central Committee the republicans of Lincoln county are hereby called to meet in mass conven Lion at the court house in Stanford Ky Saturday June IG 1907 at 130 p M for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State convention which meets in Louisville Wednesday June 19 1907 for the purpose of nominating a candi date for governor and other State offices to be voted for at tho November election 1907 R L Davison chair man Geo D Florence secretary VANDEVEER Death Is always sad but it is especially so when it comes to those in the prime of life as it did to Miss Nancyo VanDeveer at tho midnight hour Tuesday For weeks she had been confined to her bed but up to a few days preceding her death the doc tore gave out some hopo of her recov cry Her timo had come though and ju Jt as the new day was ushered In tho sweet spirit took its flight to mansions above where rest Is eternal and sorrow is unknown Deceased was a daugh ter of tho lato Mr and Mrs D W VanDoveer and her short lifo had all been spent here where she was loved and respected by every one She is sur vived by two sisters Mrs W E Var non of Asheville N C who arrived in time to see her sister alive and Mrs Mattie Kirby who has ministered to her sick sister day and night since hrillness begun The devotion of these sisters was indeed beautiful and sad it is that the trio has been broken and the youngest caMed awav Joining tho Christian church when she was a mere girl Miss VanDeveers lifo was spent in the church and tho good example sheet should be a light to tho pathway of others At 10 oclock yesterday morn- Ing short services were held at tho late home byJRev L M Omer after which the remains were interred in Buffalo cemetery Unbounded sympathy felt for tho sisters and other relatives in their great loss of one whoso walk was Godly and whose life was beautiful CARNIVAL at tho rink tonight DROPPED DEAD While at tho Dan villo courthouse in conference with friends County Judge Reed S Nichols of Boyle county fell dead Wednesday night For a quarter of a century he had been the loader of the Democrats of his county His sudden end caused a groat Edith Pettus relict of Dr J D Pottui died at Wilmoro at 8 oclock yesterday morning after a brief illness She was visiting the families of her children Mrs H D Campbell and Mr W C Pettus The remains woro taken to Crab Orchard last night and at 10 oclock this morn- Ing they will be laid to rest in the Crab Orchard cemetery Deceased was the mother of Mrs James F Cummins of this place and for the past year she had made hor homo with her here She was n splendid woman and her many friends hero and elsewhere are grieved- at her death THE music recital at Stanford College Wednesday evening was largely attended and greatly enjoyed Each of the participants did well and both they and their instructors aro deserving of hearty Following is the program in full Duet Welcome Misses Higgms and Floyd Piano Twi light Eichenberger Hocker Jr Male Quartette I Sing of the Homo Land Messrs Floyd Fallis Eichenbcrger and McIIargue PianoIn the Mill Miss Anna Floyd SongWhen Papa Calls Get UpJesso Jlockcr Jr Recita tion Jean Paxton Piano Jolly Guards men MarchMr Orestes Floyd Child rens ChorusThe Railway Train Pi anoShadow Dance Winnie Davis Bibb Piano Second Walse Op 56 No 2Clara Fallis Girls ChorusAfter the Rain Piano Duet Joyous Return Misses Patrick and Higgins Recitation American Flag with Piano Accom paniment Clara Fallis Piano Charge of Tho Hussars Miss Elizabeth Hilt gins of The Flow ers Miss Eugenia Patrick Girls Cho rusMay Time Piano Phyllis Miss Marguerite Bibb Piano Farewell to Margaret Hocker Piano Tho Mocking Bird Concert Para phraseMr Harry Eichenberger Pia noGypsy RondoMiss Ruth Tanner Male Floyd Fallis and Mc Hargue The quartette singing was an especially good feature of tho evening TilE Christian church was filled to ov erflowing at the commencement exer cises of Stanford College yesterday morning and the large assemblago enjoyed a most interesting program The teacI ers trustees and graduates enter ed the church at 1030 and occupied seats on the pulpit which was profuse ly decorated with potted plants cut flowers etc Rev J L Yandle invok ei divine blessings after which Misses Ruth Tanner Roberta OBannon and Marguerite Bibb sang very sweetly The Guardian Angel lion W H Shanks was introduced by Dr Oscar B Fallis president of the college and for nearly an hour the former talked en tertainingly on Tho Needed Patriotism His effort was an admirable one and he was vociferously applauded at the conclusion Mr Shanks is a pleas ing speaker and the many good things in his address were well receivdd by his large audience A vocal quartette by Misses Tanner and Bibb and Messrs Floyd and McHargue was next enjoyed Mr John J McRoberts president of the Board of Trustees was next pre sented and after a brief talk awarded the diplomas to Miss Pauline Denny Hocker and Mr Lester L McHargue who graduated with much honor Dr Fallis spoke highly of them as students and otherwise The flow era came next and each of the grad uates was liberally remembered Rev L M Omers benediction closed the exercises and tho school year of 190G7 of Stanford College came to an end Tho last was a successful year of this splendid institution and it will be good news to the patrons of it to know that Dr Fallis and most of tho present corps of teachers will be jn charge next year Colic an Pains in the stomach coke and diar rhoea ore quickly relieved by the use of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists =0 One Half sew Is still tho price of any Suit You will certainly need n Suit for your Summer vacation or tho Now ig tho time to buy Waists Wo have about fifty 8125 waists loft to sell at 89c SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I PERSONALS Pettus- AvronNEY BaughmanMn StI IExEtEE Williamsburg fourmonthsold amphitheatre ColesJ Harrodsburg louse corner- sGoochMr Bronaughsccy CoNvEtrtoNPursuant shock- PWTTUSMr congratulations ThoughtsElla RecitationJesse PianoLanguage NaplesMiss QuartetteGood NightMessrs Eichenberger distributionof Dlarrhooa Chamberlains Price Exposition f44i43i 4334x 14 ++4344434443 F4 F339it I 4- t433333i See Our New As I iJi1 i of Belts Belt Buckles Beauty PinsI Hat Pins Collar Supporters Etc Belts all styles 25c to 150 Belt BucklesPearl and Metal25 and 50c 4Beauty Pins lOc to 50c per set Hat Pins 25c each Collar Suppotters 25c each This new lot is just in and we hope you will come and get your choice while the assortment is unbroken 3 L M HUBY c CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes t Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY afoo aiM OED TROUSERS I For Gentlemen of Exacting TasteD Highest Class Ready TailoredJ Line Ittia13 weE Perkins Crab OrchardI KentuckyI All line wires of Pioneer Wire Peace aro highly carbon steeled wire run through corrogated rollers When properly put up it will stay tight longer than any fence EaT PENCE STANFORD KY = l 1 4 j I The Interior Journal Entertdinthi PottOffice at Stanford uconddan matter IIt IUBL1I1UIDP TU8IATtl AT AND rRIDATB r 100 PER YEAR CASH r I When not so paid JOO will be cbarged i A Nice Home for Sale Idpslretoftcllmy houoo nnd lot In Ornh Orchard brooms one nero of land loo barn and nit necessary uultiulhlliiR Nw and In goodbnpet lot of excellent trul l Well Hack J n BTEEXiiEiiai Oran Or- chardNOTICE I- Jt Any one needing ft Union Jnck nnd Wire fitrotchercon leave their order with T u Newlnnd nt tnnfolll He Iles one he wm show you nnd take your order Mid will III the same on short noticeD T LUNHFOItD NOTICE I Olympian Springs iHuntctl 0 mite fjontl t of JlcKlnnpyii ti on tho O orAnd on Ilyiexcepptrsunda IIwhich hucks rnn d now oren for the tllm tlvcr Kidney lllndder nml nil Htom nch nnd Dowel Troubles Fpnormpwrllc- ulnr specialty nt reasonable rates tern nddmss HMBIMHrror rt ILK D 11oxt Hustoiivlllo d B D CARTER Now Llvory Depot StrootPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgoon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Tire Lightning Vlnd8torm Ltte and the BTUO QKHT and jbleRntciOunrantepedd LosPayingt lien with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No BJ GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when there U so little difference In the price ot ready made suits and a suit tnudoto your mensur taken by an experienced tailor I have handsome line of Hprlng t summer goods 1 can make from low business suit to the finest dress suit Also Overcoats Trons en and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none ILO RUlLBY The Tailor Stanford Ky c Billy Breckinridge polntgoocbeetburn nt INOOOliT Thl Jack was burl and rnlsec by Ma John It Harris of Madison am be has proven his breeding to lie good- I will nlso stand u lino Drennon siuldli Stallion at SUU TO INHUUK A JtVINCI DOLT This horse was sired by Mr Klljnl Ijuyors famous old Drennon that has pro t duced more saddle colts than anyone horse to his Come nnd see them and If you are not pleased It will not coat you anything A T Til AY LOU Gilberts OreekKy Boone Walls Successors to B D Cuter iL1vcry feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men mill at Ueusonuble JUiten Stock Pena In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Unaollno anti Htennl 1oglno Threshing Machinery stud tJnw Mill Ill will pay to stN us alecond Also- commission salesmen for hnnd machinery e c eAarv- t Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness8addlery Ik- eiTANFORD KENTUCKY Offlce Phone 17 Home Phone 29 JLBeazIeyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY f n isrnuitiitATKl TO BE HELD AT STANFORD JULY 1718 19 r Jas F Cummins Secretary Write for Catalogue S T Harris President First Day July 17 MULES MULE GLASS No 1 Best mare mule colt under 1 year 810 00 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No2 Best horse mule colt under 1 year 10 00- k7 to let 83 to 2nd No3 Best mare mule 1yearold mill under 2 10 00 87 to let 83 to 2nd No 4 Best horse mule 1ycurold and under 2 10 00 87 to let 83 to 2nd No G Best mare mule yearoldand under 3 10 00 87 to let S3 to 2nd No6 Best horse mule 2 ycar old and under 3 10 00 87 to let 83 to 2ndINo 7 Best mare and mule colt colt at silo 15 00 10 to let 85 to 2nd HORSES NEW YORK SADDLE CLASS No8 Best wnik trot and canter mare or geld tag any age 15 00 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 9 Best horse colt under 1ycarold 10 00 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No 10 Best mare or gelding 1 year old and un tIer 2 10 00 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No 11 Best mare or gelding 2 year old and un der 3 510 to 1st 6 to 2nd 15 00 No 12 Best mare or gelding 3yenr old and un der 4 16 00 810 to iRt 85 to 2nd No 13 Best ph eton ponymare or guiding any age 15 hands and under 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 14 Best pair of mares or geldings any ago 25 00 820 to 1st 85 to 2nd No 15 Best rtall ion 3 yeare old and under 4 15 00 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd No 1G Best mare or gelding 3 years oMnllllun der4 15 00 810 to let 85 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 17 Best pair any age regardless of sex col or or ownership 30 00 820 to 1st 10 ta 2nd COMBINED CLASS No 18 Best mare or gelding any ago 30 00 820 to let 10 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 19 Best stallion any ago 50 00 835 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd Second Day July 18 JACKS AND MULES JACK CLASS No 20 Best jack under one year 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 21 Best jack 1year old and under 2r 10 00 87 to Is 3 to 2nd No 22 Best jack 2yearsold and over 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd FARMERS DEPARTMENT Jones Baughman of Moreland has a secondhanded threshing machine for sale The plant bed of Mrs Sallie Woosley of Christian county was scraped by night riders FOR SALETwo young Polled Durham bulls both red A W Carpenter Moreland Ky F G Jones of Memphis paid lfiI 000 for Highball a green trotter bj Dr Hooker and out of a mare by Ton CovingtonAt disposal sale of the lato N L Berry in Fayette 50 milk cows sold at 50 to 1125 Foxs Golden Buttercup went to J A Middleton of Shelby at the latter figure- A T Wingate sold to W S Van arsdall of Mercer his farm of42 acres situated about four miles from Danville on Dix river and known as tho Ton Cox place for 5000 Advocate ESTRAYED OR STOLEN A black mare 1C hands fouryearold white specks on hind leg nearly to hock Will pay a liberal reword for her re turn William Huffman Gilbert Creek J Carroll Bailey of Crab Orchard has bought of Nash Raum of Danville a handsome fouryearold gelding bj Dignity Dare dam a Gambetta Wilkes mare He is a bay and is as pretty as- a picture Army worms have done great dam ago to crops in Western Kentucky and according to reports received by the commissioner of agriculture the de structive pests have made their appearance in Central Kentucky Plant bed scrapers have invaded Simpson county and the bed of a lead ing planter was ruined during the night The farmer was forced to plant corn in tho field in which he had in tended raising tobacco as he was un able to secure additional plants- C S Brent S Bro have purchased about 500000 pounds of tho growing hemp crop in Montgomery county paying 760 per 112 pounds This is the highest price paid for hemp in many years All this hemp was purchased by contract Paris News No 23 Best jack any ago15 00 810 to let 5 to 2nd No 24 Best jennet under two years 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd No 25 Best jennet any age 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd MULE CLASSNo maro mule 3yearsold nnd over 10 00 87 to lot 3 to 2nd No 27 Best horse mule 3 year old and Over 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 28 Best mule any ago 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 29 Best pair mules any nge regardless bf sex or color r 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd HORSES THOROUGHBRED HORSES No 30 Best thoroughbred horse either ox un der 1yearold 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd No 31 Best thoroughbred horse either hex 1 yearold and under 2 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 32 Best gelding 4ycaraold and over 25 00 820 to let 5 to 2nd No 33 Best colt either sex under year old 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd No 114 nest maro or gelding 1yearold and tin nor 2 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 35 Best mare or gelding 2 ycars old anti un tier8S 15 00 810 to let 5 to 2nd No 15i Dust stallion 1 year ol l and under 2 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS No 37 Best fancy turnout single horse decora tions not considered 20 00 sir to let 5 to 2nd COLT STAKE No 38 Best colt either sex CO 00 835 to 1st 10 to 21111 5 to 3rd 10 per cent entrance lee to enter by July 10th No 39 Best stallion JeartH lIlnuII under 4 1C 00 10 to let 5 to 21111 No 40 Best stallion 1elUtlolll anti over 25 01 820 to let 5 to 2nd HIGH ACTING HARNESS CLASS No 41 Best mare or gelding any ago 25 01 820 to let 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 42 Best mere or gelding Oyears old aiftl till der 4 20 00 816 to 1st 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 43 Best stallion 4years old aril over 25 01 820 to 1st 5 to 2nd SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE CLASS No 44 Best saddle ttalltonmare or goldingnny 100 01ago 805 to let 25 to 2nd and 10 to 3rd Every Man His Own Doctor The average man cannot ullord to employ a physician for every sllgh aliment or Injury that may occur In his fatnly nor can bo ullord tong lect them as so slight an injury us tho scratch of a pin has been known to cause the loss of a limb Hence over man must from necessity be his owl doctor for this class of ailments Success often doponds upon prompt treatment which can only behad whot suitable medlclnus art kept at hand Chamberlains Remedies have been Ir tho market for many years and onjoj a good reputation Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy for bowel com plaintsChamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs colds croup and whooping coughChamberlains Pain Balm an antiseptic liniment for cuts bruises burns sprains swelling lame bath and rheumatic pains- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for Constipation biliousness and stomach troubles- Chamberlains Salvo for diseases of tho skin Onebottlo of each of those five prep arations costs but 8125 For sale bj all druggists It is easy to see that the baby take after me Mr Nupaw assorted Hi is as bald as I am his eyes are brows as are mine he resembles me in tea tures he- Also cut in his wife as the kid set up a howl for his noonday meal he goes after tho bottle about as often as you do to Mrs Nupaw did all the talking for the rest of the evening Dr Young J Allen 40 years a Mis sionary in China is dead Ho was a Georgian by birth The amount of money paid annually to the worlds rulers amounts to 80 000000 Sixteen 30 to 45poundshoats forsale Mrs Lee lL Stone Stanford w Z+ 1114 Take Our Standard Remedy For Helntldi ItlKHimnUtm liirliimiiintory IlltfU mutlslII malt Ilbvum Induction coiuti mtlutl Kidney Trimhlf or ally ilUenm arising nun liniiurv blood Kemiintivr If taken nciontliiK to illrntlonn nml lie or sh U not boiiHlltnl hy the Into of tin remedy wi will refund your minify heenpackngt iidilrtm on rwclpt of tL 1fIiIlllIlIfllnIMcKlnney K- ySTOP LADIES I Ladies slop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out by rubbing them and use Didecs LitudISoap which is guaranteed to is per cent of the labor of washing cause the clothes to last ao per coat longer A sample of two gallons deliver ed treeat your door Will call to see you J 1 CASH 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but finstclnsa Companies Repre sell tlll Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY TR1BBIE PENCE Undertakers and Embalmors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of AH Kind Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic turo Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley Loa charge of tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLG 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night lOG or 133 Third Day July 19 HORSES HARNESS CLASS No 45 Best stallion 2 ycars old and under U 16 00 S 10 to let 5 to Und SADDLE CLASS No 40 Heat stallion 1elllOlIIunll under 2 10 00 S7 to let U to tad SPECIAL CLASS No17 Beat marc und colt colt nt stile cither sex rpgnnllew of brcetlingC 10 00 810 to 1M 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS y No 48 nest stallion ycanrold and under a 1C 00 810 to let fi to i No 40 Best taro 4ycaruold nnd over 2fi 00 820 to let 5 to 2nd KOADSTKK GLASS No 50 Bwt nmro or guiding aUKngtl 80 00 820 to 11 10 PONIEStNo 61 Boat mare or gelding under hnllor 10 00 tI 87 to let 3 to 2nd No lit Best stallion anyago 10 00 87 to let 3 to 2nd No Btt Best pony mare and colt 10 00 87 to tat a to 21141IHORSES- No fit Host walktrot mnro or guiding One English Bridle vnluo 10 00 HARNESS CLASS No lib Best rookawny mare or gelding tinyage 16 0tSPECIAL Cr111ssiiHiuy turnout driven by boyor girl under IS ImiuU 10 00 IPOllY 87 to let it to 2nd WALKING CLASS No 67 Bert walking mare or guiding any ugov 1C 00f810 to let 6 to 2nd No 63 Bust flinoy turnout tnglo horw lcoora tiona 20 00 SIr to let A to 2nd- HARNliSS CLASS j No 60 host mnro 4yonrsold and over 25 00 t 820 to let 6 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No CO Best gelding 4ycnnMild mull overi 25 00I 820 to let 6 to 2nd I HARNESS CLASS No 01 host pair any ago regardless ol sex or color or ownership 00 00 820 to let 10 to 3nd COMBINED CLASS No 02 Best stallion any ago 81 00 820 to hi 10 to 2nd SW EEISTA K E RO A DSTER CLASS No Gl Meet ctiillion mars ur geldingany ago 100 00A 800 to Ut 2i to 2nd 10 to Jrd USEASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE H FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY SEASONABLE GOODSi Peerless Iceland Freezers- Refrigerators Water Coolers Ico ClnlllpIIco Piok Surooh Ioor Screen Wire Cloth Poultry NettingOil Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky Groceries Jueenawnro Tinware lac Main Street STANFORD KYI W B McRoberts DRUGGIST II STANFORD I Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes 4 N Ntilp PfinSOXAt supervision given to all Prescriptions 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