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Tt u Tr n i n I7 tIIi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 7VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 14 1907 NO 301THE GREATEST SALE EVER INAUGURATED IN STATE OF KY SATURDAY JUNE 15 07 LSale Begins SATURDAY JULY 15 1907 at 9 A M kIAT LANCASTER Priced that have 110 equal values never be fore heard of Tho boat merchandise at one third values a- tHTr LOGANS Beginning Saturday Juno ICth at 0 A M for 10 days t Worth of high grade Hats and for Mon Women Hoys and Children to be in the pontes df time people at leas than of the raw ma terial DOOMED I it Has Come But We Must Have The Ready Cash I 3500000 Clothing Shoes Caps Furnishing Goods distributed nftualust I Save Wait Until SATURDAY JUNE 15 oclock ampleforceSaturday In Hands of New York Salvage Go stockinleavingthewillbeiji ij iioi v WA y uo iji tscuuiutij v u U11W 15th and last for 10 days only I Lancaster Kentuckys greatest merchant H2 Logan will begin the greatest slaughter of modern merchandise the worlds greatest century known Take into consideration that this sale will be of great importance to the people for a radius of 100 miles and it is the very sale ever attempted any merchant in the State of Kentucky involving thousands upon thousands of dollars it will convey you some idea of the i marvelous bargains that wo are going to place on sale for 10 days beginning Saturday June A M Our immense building is now closed to a f and rearrange this mammoth stook of modern merchandise and will again Saturday June 15th at A M J South Side of Square West of National Bank A Few Lines From the Show Melt State GUILFORD Mo Juno 0 Enclosed Ilnd tho price of another years sub t sription as I can not entertain the idea of doing without my old home paper 4It Is now within a few days of a year I was In Stanford While hadnt the pleasure of meeting you at that time I did meet quite a number of old acquaintances who were my schoolmates nearly halt a century ago among whom were Dr J F and Cap Peyton the two Mrs Bettio McKinney Mrs Fannie Dunn and others I also met two school marms Miss Dunn and Miss McKinneyby tho way distant t relatives of the writerboth single and- neither of them a widow But mind you now they were not acquaintances or schoolmates of mine a half century alto Their mothers were Instead Our town board here in Guilford having cre ated a law taxing all bachelors so much between the ages of 25 and to tho girls that a trip be nice Interesting and I thought In probability profitable but I was unable to induce them to make the trip I presume they were mortgaged and you know it Is unlawful to remove mortgaged property from StateWo hear one say I never saw It so hot or so cold but we think they I have they have only forgotten But as John Skinner says let mo tell you something and I dont think I have for gotten either I have never seen n March April or May just similar to the three passed March at times was as hot n9lSummergrass was asgood 13 It generally Is the first half of May The season was no further advanced in thoRrowthof vegetation the first of May than it was tho last of March It has been cool through May with oc casional hot days and April was un usally cold so much so that it fruit such as peaches pears cherries and in fact almost everything except blackberries strawberries and grapes We have had no very heavy rains here this Spring however we havo not suffered for moisture I never saw ground In better condition to work and prospects are favorable for a good crop of all tho grains Meadows will be light on account of tho absence of good rains in April and May- I saw an account of tho death of John i Sherron In your paper some time ago I think It stated ho died of consumption I thought it strange if It was the 4l John Sherron I used to know for he Jay was an was raised yby Isaac Gif song on- t Fork some two miles below Hustonville I H T LOGANWell I guess these thrnga dont terest you however they remind me quitYoursC D HOCKER Remarkable Rescue That truth Is stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrated In tho little town ot Fedora Tenn tho residence of C V Popper Ho writes I was In bed entirely disabled wit hemorrhages of tho lungs and throat tailed to holp me anti all hOJlo had fled when I began Dr Kings New Discovery Then Instant relief came Tho coughing soon ceas ed tho bleeding diminished rapidly and In three weeks I was ablo to go t work Guaranteed cure for cough- and colds LOu ill at Ionny drug store Trial bottle free Pug dogs In too many cases have usurped the place which properly belongs to the baby said a Cleveland 0 preacher In his Sunday sermon Just And there is nothing so disgusting on earth ns to see a woman waste her sweetness on a dog when s many children are starving forcarcsscs There is something radically wrong in a woman who prefers dogs to children Most generally she is a pervert Frank fort Journal Tho Magic No3 Number three Is a wonderful mascot for Geo 1L Parris 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 re lief I tried Electric Bitters and as result I am a veil man today Tho first bottle relieved and three bottles completed the cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny druggist COc There is a well in Livingston county which is attracting much attention for from its depths can be drawn three separate and distinct fluidslimestone sulphur water and oil The fluids can can bo secured in the order named and a bucket lowered into either level will be filled accordingly Colic ana Diarrhoea Pains in the stomach colic and diar rhoea are quickly relieved by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists lies a man of liberal views As to how- Distributes them freely This And At 9 A M I that largest remark killedall NEWS NOTES Miss Julia Magruder the novelist is deadat Richmond Va Two women are dead and three other persons were seriously hurt in an auto mobile accident in Indianapolis- Rev J J Taylor has resigned as president of Georgetown College on amongIVirginiahnating in tho kitchen The many guests had narrow escapes Two Negro em ployes of tho hotel lost their lives In the Superior Court at Concord N H Judgo Chamberlin announced his intention of appointing a master to con whethersmanage The Mississippi Supreme Court has affirmed the decision of the lower court in the case of Mrs Angie Birdsong Gov Vardaman has respited Mrs Bird song for 30 days and in tho meantime petitions for pardon will bo circulated countyIin 18 years as a result of the warning of the Sheriff backed up by Attorney General Jackson that no joints would be tolerated in the future to last week there wero 125 saloons in tho city of Leavenworth alone The Second regiment of Kentucky State Guards of which Col J Embry Allen is commander has voted to accept the offer of the State government to go to Jamestown on halfpay and the probabilities seem to be that all of andathat the annual encampment will be held at the exposition city A severe wind and hailstorm over Northeastern Kentucky doing thousands of dollars damage in Boyd and other counties Near Ashland a farmer was killed by a falling tree and the watchman on a steamer which was blown from her moorings at Cat lettsburg is reported to have been drowned Tho courthouse at Catletts burg was damaged and many houses unroofed Tetter Cured- A lady customer of ours had suffer ed with tetter for two or tnreo years It so on her hands that she could not attend to her household duties One of Chamberlains Salve cured her Chamberlains med canes give splendid satisfaction in this community M H RODNEY Co Almond Ala Chamberlains medlqlnes are tor sale by all druggists =IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Twentyfive Richmond dudes were crapsWilliamSomer set for alleged murderous assault is under arrest at Bloomington III Jones Haggard of Winchester havo contracted to erect the London Graded School building for 9900 Dr Hinitt announces that a 40000 science hall will be constructed on the grounds of Central University Danville Prof Nathaniel Sewell who taught the Crab Orchard Graded School has been elected principal of the London Graded School The remains of tho wife of Senator Nell was found in a drift on Capt Brownings farm four miles below Gradyville Only one body remains to be recovered that of Mrs Lum Hill George P Chinn of Mercer county appointed warden of the State penitentiary at Frankfort to to the position made vacant by the resignation of E T Lillard Mr Chinn will assumo his place at once Tho City Committee met and canvass ed the vote in the primary of May 25th and it resulted in a tie vote each can didateW W Tompins and L M Gray receiving 96 votes It is believ ed that the matter will be sent to the City Council by the City Committee just as it is and that body choose which one it wants to Danville News Judgement of the Pulaski Circuit Court affirmed by higher court in a local option case of Sylvester Newton others against J C Ogden and others Judge Carroll handed down the opinion of tho court In the city of Somerset a local option election was held on December 6 1907 The gene ral election was held in the countv on November preceding and the local option election was contested on the ground that Section 2355 of the stat utes had been violated in that the elec tion of December had been held within 30 days of a general political election If the day on which the regular was held is to bo included in tho compu tation of time the local option election was not held within the 30 days if tho date of the regular election is excluded It was within the time prohibited by the statute A Fortunate Texan Mr E W GooQloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas says In the past year I have become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxative I ever before triedfao effect ually disposes of malaria and bilious ness They dont grind nor gripe 25o at Pennys drug store AT LANCASTER The greatest slaughter of modern merchan dive known to the 20th century at H T LOGANS Beginning ntfor MUSIC Beginning June 15th at 9 A n for 10 days only the the J has by toi 15at 9 open 9 1annual1y all months all apples Doctors taking and tos Up passed got ball box was succeed was and election Tex Lancaster Kentucky 1 Look for the Big Red Sign 1 the Lincoln County national Bank- Of Stanford KentucRy Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS 1 J B Ovvaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk1 i er TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Gooch Wayuesburg KytFirst National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was original established ai the Deposit hank of Stanford In 1991 then reorganised as the National Bank of Stanford tn 1885 and again reorganised as the First National Baik of Stanford In 1633 haYIng had practically an uninterrupted existence for IS rears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing Business promptly and well than ever before In Us long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited i i t J S HOOKER Preit BT HARRIS V Prey 0 11 McROBERTS Ohr W H WEARENAsat Directors i V Reid T DanYl11etJ K L H D Elmore Stanford S H Baughman Stanford j T P Hill Jai StanfordJJ H J J M Pettut Stanford O E Tate StanfordIJ Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with the largest oven that you ever saw and some otter extragoodIfeatures combinedwith n firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you nro in need of a Cook Stove do not fail to see mo beforeiyou buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up to sum t S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyTi- nner 1 and Plumber W B McRoberts Officers Ohrli DRUGGlS 1 STANFORD IBooks Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes t PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded I t The Interior Journal e c WALTON J T ROBERTS II candidate for Magistrate in the Ornti Orchard Magisterial District subject to tbe action of tbe democrats party JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for jnller of Lincoln count subject to the ncton of the lentocrnt c party h M BRUCE countll1Ubllct r JAMES C HAYS P countllIUhJtctii pnrty DC ALLEN h Iitysubject totheactionof theInemocutl B party 1 SENATOR JOliN T MORGAN of Alaba ma died at his home in Washington City aged SOodd lie will be succeed ed by former Congressman who was chosen by the State primariesI z last year Senator Morgan in very bad health since last r I when taken ill with an attack of gripI He was confined to his residence better part of tho session of Congress Against the advice of physicians and friends he frequently went to the Sen ate chamber and on several occasions took a prominent part in the proceedings n of the upper branch of Congress lIe was a grand old man k DR J ALLEN SMITH head of theI- r Department of Political Science in Washington University SeattleWash ington advised his classes against mat- rimonyL during the present era of high prices Young people may marry in Seattle he warned his classes but under the existing conditions of upin air prices it requires an intervention of in their favor thereafter to Irenable them to make both ends meet Until living expenses have decreased I certainly would not advise any young man to get married in Seattle Dr Smith seems to be a man of consider able anagosity ON June 1 the per capita circulation of money in the United States reached the greatest amount ever attained On that date it was 3420 and an increase of 4 cents during the month of May The per capita on June lis based on an estimated population of 85975000 per sons On June 1 of last year it was 3245 and on January 11907 it reach ed 3378 Count up and see if you have your share t IT was well that Mr Bryan emphat rically denied the telegraphic report a recent speech in which he is al leged to Lave relegated the tariff to- the background in the next Democratic campaign for President As he very correctly says it is not for him but for the party to determine what will be the paramount issue in the next contest for President and Congress A MARION 0 man wants a divorce from his wife because she persists ingoing to a skating rink That would not be sufficient grounds in this section where young and old great and small have the skating craze e POLITICAL Robert Rawlings has been appointed postmaster at Nina Garrard county Gallatin county republicans endorsed Roosevelts administration and instruct eb for A E Willson for governor- C K Crossfield has entered the race for Representative of Anderson county against William E Dowling Mr Crossfield is a dry Gov Hughes of New York vetoed the bill instituting a flat passenger rate of two cents a mile on every railroad system in the State more than 150 miles longAs a result of a recent conference atI the White House it is probable that the Government will bring proceedings against E H Harriman and his associates for participation in the socalled Chicago and Alton deal After a talk with the President a i warning was handed out by Senator Carter of Montana that it would be bad policy for the Administration to attempt to capture the public lands con ventlons which meets in Denver next weekIt not believed at Washington that the present antiAmerican agitation in Japan will lead to any rupture between the two countries The whole affair ItI is considered is more or less due toI local political agitation in the Island KingdomPoliticians are watching with inter est the New York politicalsituation rendered unusually interesting at the present time by the arrival of Man ager Vorys and Henry W Taft on the scene Senator Dick of Ohio has also by somewhat of a coincidence put in an appearance in theEmpire State Acting Secretary of War Oliver has addressed letters to the Governors of the States and Territories calling their attention to the fact that on January I 21 next year under the terms of the Dick militia act the militia organiza tion must conform to that of the reg ular and volunteer armies of the United St Uf MIDDLEBURG Too much rain is the complaint among farmers here now There was to have been a ball game here Saturday between Middleburg and Liberty but the rain and high water prevented Tapscott Frederick were award the contract for building the schoolhouse in the new district on the Liber ty pike and they will complete it th weekThe Baptist church here has decided that its members must not play baseball or attend a game as a spectator when services are in progress at the church The ordinance is a good one and so far we have heard of no one so silly as to become offended at it We learn that tho people will be giv en an opportunity to celebrate the glo rious 4th Q R Jones has prepared a program and will celebrate as usual at I Oak Grove The grounds are the pret tiest in the State and the attractions offered never fail to draw a crowd and it is presumed that nothing will be left undone this year that would add to the enjoyment of those who attendIIf the thief who Jones minnow trap will return it at once Mr Jones will promise to have a slightly better opinion of him than he usually has of such individuals but will reserve the right to watch them in the future when they are in the vicinity of anything of value and especially when that thing is protected by nothing more than a small pad lock Somebody may get into serious trouble over that min now trap yet because Uncle Milt is as mad as a wet hen and is onto the parties who stole it John Bates spent Sunday with his family here Mrs Bettle Jones of Mt Salem visited friends here Sunday Ed Miller is spending a few days with his parents here Marion Sweeney returned from Burnside Saturday Miss Bettio Tjlford visited her brother Rev W G Tilford hers Saturday Mrs Laura Lee and son Frank are at Kingsville to see the formers parents The following persons attended the fu neral of Mr Joseph Coffey at More land Sunday Mrs R Fogle Miss Em ma Fogle Jesse Fogle Mrs Annie and Miss Mary Bryant W C Bryant and J K Coffey CHURCH MATTERS Bishop McCloskey confirmed 1638 young persons during the month of MayRev A A Higgins of this place has started a Presbyterian Sunday school at Bevier Sunday evening beginning at 730 o clock will be childrens evening at the Turnersville church There were 2G countries represented by over 1000 delegates at the Worlds Sundayschool Convention in Rome ItalyChildrens Day will be observed at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing at lloclock Rev Alfred A Hig gins will deliver the address Dr R H Crossfield of Owensboro delivered the baccalaurate sermon tithe graduates of Kentucky University Lexington The speakers subject was The Meaning of Christianity and was handled with eloquence and forceThe union service of the Christian Endeavor Societies will be held at the Presbyterian church at 730 next Sun day night instead of at the Christian church Let all remember that Mr Homer W Carpenter will make the ad dress of the evening Come out and hear him L M Omer pastor The repairs on the Presbyterian church building at Hustonville have been completed and the 47th annlversa ry of the dedication of the church will be celebrated with appropriate services next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Sermon by the pastor from the subject Lights at the Evening Time A cordial invitation is extended to all Evening services at 8 oclock Do Not Neglect The Children At this season of the year the first unnatural looseness of achllds bowels should have immediate attention The best thing that can be given is Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy followed by castor oil as directed with each bottle of the remedy For sale by all druggists The investigation of the official ac ions of Sheriff Shipp charged with contempt of the United States Supreme Court in not preventing the lynching f a Negro for criminal assault was re sumed in Chattanooga after an Intermission of several months Leo Tracey and Grace Browning while hiding together in the cliffs along the Tennessee river in Lyon county were shot and killed by Will Champion after they had fired on Champion the woman shooting from her position by the side of Tracy Hurried businessmen worried mothers who do not taito time to eat and dyspeptics of every ago and condition will find relief In llona stomach tablets Fifty cents a box nothing if they fall GoL Penny The Secretary of the Treasury has issued a call for the return to the Treasury dy July 10 of 130000000 now oa deposit in national depository banks MATRIMONIALi I Miss Julia Gentry both of Danville were mar tied Wednesday I Miss Sue Field Dunlap of Lexington and Mr William R Hackney of London were married Wednesday- I Five couples at Evansville signed an agreement to marry within the next six months one wedding to take place each 51 monthMOUNTLYNNAt 230 Wednesday afternoon at Lynnwood tho pretty JobIMefoberts J in matrimony Dr W F Vaughn ofI the Methodist church officiating hospitable home was tastily decorated with dasics and smilax and was a scene of beauty and happiness long to be re membered The bride was very stun ning in a cream silk eolinne trimmed in imported lace She wore a white hat with cream tips The groom wore n suit of black Master Joe Claunch and little Miss Margie Lynn nephew and niece of the bride were rope bearers and Miss Louise Nichols of Danville was flower girl Delightful refresh ments were served after the ceremony The bride is one of Lincoln countys prettiest and most cultured young women universally popular and extensive ly admired Mr Mount is a fine young man strictly business and of good mor als lie is located at Rocky Mount N C and is connected with a large Eastern lumber concern Accompanied by Mr Ware McRoberts and Miss Joan Mount sister of the groom Mr and Mrs Mount drove to Danville and took the train for Louisville where they will spend several days They will return here and if Mr Lynn father of the bride is well enough they will go to Rocky Mount and locate It was orig inally intended that the wedding should be a very swell affiair but Mr Lynns illness changed the program =OTTENHEIM Oats in this section seem to be a complete failure on account of the late freezes and frosts Hiram Kidd of Somerset was in this section for a short visit He says old Lincoln is the best place on earth Tom Butt has bought the Morgan tract of timber south of here for 100 and will move his saw mill to itatoncc Terry S Newell have bought James Bros grist mill and moved it over in their section where they will be pre pared to make the best of meal The Northcott produce people are talking of making two trips a week to this place instead of one on account of the great supply of eggs and chickens Ed White after driving to the store last week found to his surprise under his buggy seat a hen on a nest of eggs The merchant bought both hen and eggs Tonight If yon would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative effect clear the head and cleanse the stomach Price 25 cents Samples free at all druggists NOTICE I As administrator of Mrs EH Ballard I notify those baring claims against her es late to prevent them properly verified to me at once Those owing the citato will please settle at earliest opportunity It K Suites Administrator Mr K 11 Ballard Stanford Ky KING EAGLE No awe landhighgoes all the gaits with plenty of speed ityle and action beby7i tool Kings ht dam Motile Mounts J81 Will by the noted sire OobtII1 lxIIIIC shebgmi sd dual by lied Lion 3rd dom by Harris 4thduetlltnlllonlncolts all having plenty of size and action his colt show for themselves King Eagle w 111 make the present season of 1W7 atour stable two one tulle West of mpIkentthalowWilKEENS sired by the great Hilly Keene dunhyJnckJImbUHK A LIVING CO- LTASHLAND BROOK- No 41750 Vol 17 A T II 11 bred ty Ruck or Georgetown Ky AHHLANU 1IUOOK was foaled Itt lt solid bay with left hind rout highIEOiaitEn Brook No MargaretIutbgntedy Uellbrook17U Jennie 4 il7islilott Stone tIM lady Brook Y tM byDllrknlKbttUJXOlrltlllgll7 Hrooks lit Wren lan recordby Wllkes 3M IY17141the sire of John It Gentry 2U 2W5M Ashland Wllk sired by lied Wilkes nill De b Wilkes t1l1 IIUIII Hide Lilly by Pretender lita and dam by Jim Monroe KB fellow of going with lotsof speed style and action hllthcllllShoraest AJIVINGJcnnetJnck1LIVINUULTKeene 1st dllm by the 111111 lIIlerlllo lad dllm by JAlvl Jlubblu Prince the sire of KeeneLandspoints and as a breeder Is unsurpassed as mule or Jennet Jack ltttcolts always bring partnceland such transaction Kor further particulars tall on or I WOOOHi11Ione y PIANO FOR SALE Plano Upright and used only n IKereil for snip cheap Charles Hutch Orchard K I Notice Butchers I Good refrigerator 0 fret high and 0 feet wide for tale at n a lot of butcher tools MAHHIIAIL IlHitKlMii lliutonvlllf Ky Blue Grass Farm for Salel West of liustnnvlllelndlerottiillte and rarpon acres ot rich blue grit IlIIIp or tubncco Innd ill III grass This fiinn can be equally dlvhled to advantage so a to have n 1loo dwelling on each piece nbo necessary outhulhllllKl The hi rut lay 1 ahnosit Inn s tiara only angle In lilies There are three stock tatnn 1 good tolmciO iKiro I tables 1 tenant house pool water In every tIIhl six Inslht spring with a streams running tbrougli whole tract J HTKKLE CAniKNTKll JIuitonvllrKj Cures Gapes Instantly JuneBardstown 7100 Ono drop of B41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken instantly When fed in the food or water It is tho best preventive Ihave over used WILL COOMB- SB4114 Is ptaranteed by yowl druggist Stanford Drug to euro Cholera Gapes loop and Llmbor neck Prko 60 cents No cure no pay FOR SALE 1 A fine Lincoln county farm containing ado acres oi rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm hat a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springy and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold lit a bargain if sold within the next 60 days ft cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE 1 As heirs of Mr nnd Mrs K H liallnrd we will on WBDNKHUAY JUNE 19 1W7 on the Ilrmh es at 10 oclock A x sell to stud tt bidder the foliowint- descrltud orlll containing 15 acre or nm land The hunt Is situated one tulle iron Htanfnrd on jnncnslerplkeend Is known us the Withers place The property consult of a good Nroom dwelling house Imrn Ice house and all necessary outbuildings The house adjoins the having A beau tlful front yard running to same All of Is In but about 55 acres I- Ihasnbout3eIlufeetofoaknshand poplar timber on It The water Is and neverfulling The fencing Dfintclassand lies well It Is one of the mot beautiful homes In Lincoln county At the same time and place will alto tell tome household fur nlture 0 will also on THlRHDAY JVNKS01W7 on tbe premises at to oclock AIe sell to the highest and ttbidder the wellknown EH Ballard farm near Paint Lick Tub farm contains 210acres of one lend and Is every daslrable piece of property The dwell- Ing contains 10 rooms and Is pair There barnls necsvry One k bulldlnII haring9taxsiallscribinnd x sheds full of born Is TJxIll and practically new wateredAll is under good fence well in but ft acres This place Is situated on filch mondtt Lancaster turnpike one mile North of Paint Lick At settle tithe and place will sell the Hptllnmn farm IS miles from Paint Lick This place contains 111 acres of having on It n 11001 house 011 rooms goal outbuildings burn hOlding ntaut7 neres of tol cco of water It has about 40 acres of battotuaadallof this land liv In but about loners It Is under sametimeed on Wa IIUt Meadow East of Paint containing 1W acres of land It has a goal lrOOIll house with all necessary outbuildings plenty of water and under good fence It Is about ty In grass It Is about four miles from here near turnpike and has about to acres of bottom land Thus will lie an absolute sale for the sake of division and the lands will positively be old on the dates named which will bu announced on day of enlesi will iwmade the purchasers Any further Information will be gladly furnished Cull us on phone IS Paint Ky at our ex pease Mrs R E Sallee EL E H Ballard DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined stallion will make a limit ed season 1147 at Lawn Mere Htock farm Similes West of Hustonville K on the Ilrudfordsvlllo V Hustonvllle pike near Carpenters Station at 116 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insurance and money Incomes duo at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season Is paid Mares grazed at n month drain fed If desired at reasonable rates mill must be paid before removal of mares Mare entrusted will receive my personal attention but we will not be re for accidents orelcope- lDIICKIIToYoalld In IOCS ISJi hands high dark bay one front and rear foot white star model of great beauty with Ihort back lunneck deep wellsloping I shoulders and with great would I expect anti rending his pedigree Noel bone fine feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by halter under saddle and In harness with that graceful movement that Iwlongs to him by Inheritance ironic a long line of the pleat famous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever prodvced nioiiuieicHlred by Dignity Dare No 1WSS Vol IL l nr 10 ho by Ulnck 68 he by flack En Cle 71 he by King William IIT he by Wash IRlnon lklIInnrk Mlle hyGulnea Denmark 411 he by Dent tnnrk HIi 1st dlllll Ylllln- lIemlll by Itt lHlllirrul titinddam byfol lie Good by King William CT Ural dam by Oliver Th IMgnlty neat ilnm bywechmunm7ATII1it he by WII hunt alllhlttoninn rod dual liyAlHlnllah 3lenengurard duet by lids Vermollt- IlYoMAIKItIn services ofollerlntthePure All to the occasion to tale without reutttptlonthnt I hive Ien II breeder ind mailer u saddle hors el forl6 oxptlrlnca ins taught rrta to know mud appreciate n ni class oue Into All is the result careful nnliistuk Ina breeding and comes an natural result of noting the very best mares with tho fore most stallions tim State has iiironlid Oar Mont 25 per cent of Kiug Wllllnm- dtadugreater IlOr cent tiuut nn stallion In service In State King Wllllllm being regarded HS proeminent for fancy saddle IInd harness horses nre All by the now routing famous Dignity Hare lie In turn by Chester Dare following I long list of sires every one n show hone out of mares that were equally as famous as Ibow IIl11rellind hll dOl1l Me the greatest show muro we ever owned having 1000 for her we think him to the careful consideration of all prospec tive Beehthinkyfore the grandest show boons booking your tiresO Q h g IC CARPENTER Phone In rtld M Jtut aTiUt Exchange XTRAGOODtJ I Lt Little Men What is nearer and dearer to a Mother Than Her BoyI- n 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 1 and 125 plain and Knickbocker buttons wash pants 25 and 50c KnickerIbocker style wash suits 125150 and 2 i 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 purchase it will be a pleasure to us to show youH J McROBRTSSTANFORD 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 Come in and overPENNYS DRUG STORE Btnnford Kentucky New Drug Law As passed by Congress under the Pure Food Act of June 3 1906 has not effected our business We adopted our motto Only the Best JJ long before Congress thougnt of such an Act Call on us for fresh Colgans Taffy powders LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggistsf Paint Your House T r jiofgreatlyto fatJ best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG COjoc One Fourth Off trflaws The price oft nil Silk and Not Waists Theo nro right from the bet ttakari in New York but they must go before moving times One Fourth Off The price off any Skirt in the house This includes our very attractive line of Voiles SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY Ir l i STANFORD KY JINE 14 1907 SUNSHINE Finish will make old furniture look like new Pennys Drug- Store i PERSONALS Miss MALUE McBBE Is quite lick BnioliT HAYS is slowly Improving Mit J E LYNN is considered bolter JUDGE J C HBJIPHJLL of Lancas ter was in town Wednesday MR D H SrooSAMOnEcamoup from Somerset to visit the homo folks MR OWE HUFFMAN and family Danville are with his parents hero GEOKOE MBNBFBE is at home from Georgetown College for the vacation t Mn WHuSPANOLBn of Crab Orchard was the guest of Sam Spoonamoro Jr MRS ISAAC HrmuuD of tho Went End has been visiting her son John Hubbard Mns WALTER HALL of Lexington came over to attend the burial of Miss Mary Dawes t JUDGE E B HITCIIIE wife and went to Tatcwcll Tcnn Tuesday visit relatives MRS JAMES F BRADY was able to sit on the porch a short while Wednesday afternoon SQUIRE J A SINGLETON and pretty danghter of Waynesburir paid this office a call Wednesday MR J H VANIIOOK went to Middles boro yesterday He left Mr 0 J Crow somewhat better MISSES LICCIE AND MARY BEAZLEY of the West End are with the famil of Dr J G Carpenter MESSRS J 11 AND J S BAUGIIMAN and their wives have returned from the Jamestown Exposition JoiirJOwsLEY REID returned from Central University yesterday aced m pantel by his friend Mr Frank tee R II PETTUS and ester Miss Llllie attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs JD Pcttus at Crab Orchard Somer set Journal MESSRS Eo P WOODS and J Nevin Carter returned from St Louis Wed J nesday where they each bought a carload of horses MR W S Bunch entertained the and several visiting lawyers at an 1bar supper served at Mrs Jones restaurant Wednesday night e liON AND MRS J It MOUNT an I handsome daughters Misses Joan and Mount of Lancaster attend ed the MountLynnnuptlalsE- DITOR F J CAMPBELL of the Som erset Journal is seeking health at Olympian Springs We hope the clov er old soldier of the press will find it in great abundance MESSRS M C HELM and F KTrib ble will leave this evening for Paducah to attend the convention of the Ken tucky and Tennessee Retail Coal Merchants Association Advocate MRS E D KENNEDY went to Louis villa Tuesday where she will undergo an operation Sho was accompanied by Miss Black Givens Mrs Charles Adams and Dr Ed Alcorn of Hustonvllio EDITOR GREEN R KELLER of the Carlisle Mercory who has gotten to a great tobacco man is hero Ho is accompanied a Society of Equity by Mr H S Weaver also of r county They will speak at the courthouse tonight Hear them LOCALS BINDER twine at lOc per pound W H HIggins SECONDHAND Champion binder for sale a T Pence FOR Deering wets binders and hay rakes go to J L Bcaziey Co A SHAVE in England costs but four cents Some barbers in this section want 15 cents for a scrapeIOUR defeat the Danvillo sec ond team 17 to C In a game of base ball at Danville Tuesday afternoon LADIES See our styles in whiteI gray pink and blue canvass pumps andt Oxfords They will match your sumt mer dress Cummins McClary TUB L N will sell ets to Louisville June 18 and 19 limitedt 22nd at 330 for the roundtrip ac count tho republican state Convention BOYS GIRLS r1 FORYou ISend your name and address and wo will send you 24 Stick Pins sell them at lOc each Send us 140 and keep 1 foryour trouble We trust you Address Enterprise Mercantile Co Kansas City Mo a Lode Box 36- w 1TACKY rink tonight Come iTm L willrumen a 8176 oxcur Cincinnati Sunday WE are having an abundance of rain and It is feared that wheat will be damaged IJUST received a car load of the near Vlre Fence See ad E Pence Tim tax books are now ready Please call and got your receipt T J sheriff fD C SliTLE of JuMmho 200 or 900 locust posts to 4 inches at top formic BUY none but OBryan Bros Itsn Road Overalls Try our best Cum mans McClary THE young people enjoyed an impromptu dance at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening TELL my friends thatwill be a DintoJ L MuitrilY haS opened a feed an livery stable at McKInney and asks a portion of the public patronage THE Crab Orchard Fair has engaged the Somerset brass band to make music at their exhibition July 10 11 12 FOR wedding presents solid silver table ware Libbey cut glass hand painted China etc go to Muellers yTim Misses VanDeveer will move their millinery store from the Comma clal lintel to the Myers House July le have dueWE on your subscription so send or bring it in right away This Is no joke and it means you ifyou owe us TIlE Lincoln County Fair Is only about a month off Better arrange your plans to attend Youll miss a good thing if you arc not in Stanford July 17 t 18 19Ito Louisville from Stanford next Sunday at 175 for the roundtrip Train leaves here at Gab Special cars for white peopled THOSE who subscribed for stock in the Lincoln County Fair are requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary TilE Crab Orchard Fair Racing As sociation will give its Fifth Exhibition on July 10 11 and 12 1907 A splendid list of premiums is offered among them is a saddle stake of 150 and a roadster stake of 150 Everybody invited to come and have a good time CARPENTER Mr E Shelby Carper ter who spent several months hero last year died a few days ago at Sequin Texas aged 64 lie is survived by his wife who was a daughter of Gov Ire land of Texas and three children Mr Carpenter was born near Hustonvlllo Carpentersgf this county DAWESMiss Mary Dawes tho 15 yearold daughter of Charles Dawes died Wednesday at her home in the Halls Gap section of a complication of troubles and was buried yesterday morning at Mt Moriah church after a short service by Rev L M Omer She was a member of tho Christian churc- and a bright young girl The bereave- parents have unbounded sympathy in their loss- SOc1ETY OK EQUITY SPEAKINGHon Green R Keller and Mr H S Weav of Nicholas county are in this coun this week to interest the people in tho Society of Equity and the Burley Tobacco Growers Association and willI speak at tho court houso hero tonight 8 oclock A special invitation Is ex tended city and county men as well as ladies Come out and hear what hey have to say IN the graceful rscontest at rink Tuesday night Mr J M Al verson and Miss Nettie Wray won Mr and Mrs W H Shanks were second There were a dozen couples and all did so well that tho judges took some 10 minutes to decide which couple should be given tho box of Lowneys To night thero will boa tacky dress rink and to the tackiest of the tacky tacky premium will be awarded Better see it After June 15th ewlaalttllt0 You will find us in our now big store Cor Main nUll Depot Strtoie with many now and attractive bargains In the ineantimo we will offer some of the most attractive merchandise ever offered by us at out prices You will surely need warm weather goods as it always has gotten hot r Tim trustees of the Whito Oak school hoysa district want a firstclass teacher Lady prferrcd TUB kitchen in Dorsttown belonging to Mrs Annie Skirvin burned at on war ly hour yesterday morning FOR RENT Five rooms on first MainTto Mrs Kirby 3t LOST on Main street yesterday 1copy of Jean Ingolows works Name Birdie Farrar written on inside Leave with Rev L M Omar TilE theChristian church a Kingsville will give a strawberry supper at the church Saturday evening next 16th Go and help tram IIOil Gas Co has of Monticello it holdings in Wayne county for about 4000 The company has already pai Its stockholders 115 per cent k Tile Court of Appeals has granted James II Kennedy a new trial It will remembered that Mr Kennedy kill Ided T Milt Estes at Crab Orchard o election day and was given a life awn tense- IP the fellow at villa who sign4- himself J W T and gives his neighbor the mischief for treating his- wllo badly will send us his fullnnme we wit take pleasure in printing his communication otherwise it will go to the waste basket 0p STAMr1NCrIwfllbeathomeatSta- nt ford next Friday and Saturday an would like to see all my friends th want stamping done on those two days I can show you some of the latest styles Thanking you for past patronage I cia- yours Mrs Leslie Carter IN the circuit court Solon Craig was- acquitted of the charge of selling cocaine Crit Smith caught a fine of 100 each in two cases for selling whisky Dan Hester was fined 50 for the same offense and Doc Huffman was assessed 30 and costs for dodging the grand jury The petition for a change of ue in the caso of Faulkner Kenned was overruled by Judge Bell and Ken nedys attorneys entered a second pe onncase city council for negligence of the streets resulted in a hung jury Case No 3 against the council was occupying the attention of the court when we went to press BUILDINGS FORSALESealed bids will be received by tho Odd Fellows Buildings Committee for the following First The old Commercial Hotel build ing Second The building occupied as a meatJitoro Third The building adjoining the meat store Fourth The fence and ware house occupied by W H Higgins All on tho Odd Fellows lot corner Main and Depot Sts Make separate bids for each building Bid dots must give a guarantee that the building will be removedand the lot cleaned oft within 20 days from date of sale The bids will bo opened Satur day Juno 15 at 430 r M Tho com mittee reserves the right to reject any AION Thursday evening June 20 at 8 oclock at Waltons Opera House thero will be an entertainment consisting of IngelowsdIs given for tho purpose of helping to build a chapel at Rowland The follow ing persons will tako part in tho enter tainment Vocal solo Miss Fettro of Crab Orchard Song of Seven Seven times onoExultation Matsy Grimes Seven times twoRomanceJosephine Carpenter Seven times three Lovo Annie Lewis Gentry Seven times four Maternity Berta Jean Penny Bon nie Boys William Tate Gatewood Benzley Harvey McRoberts and Paul Omer Mothers Lassies Dorothy Trib RaneyElsieWidowhood Bessie Yantis Seven times sixGiving in MarriagoRober CooperGroomThomns sevenLongingMusic by the Danvillo Christian Sunday school orchestra Recitation A Fool- Ish Little MaidenVirginia Omer DreamBeverlyRout i RINK tonlghtIMR J gardener has our thanks for a lot o fI his fine beets peas onions strawberries etc They arc all most delicious Tim Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 000 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars an pricos a J NBVJV CARTER has a carload o good two and threeyearold Western mares anti horses for sale See them i you want a good driver or a first clas s 2ttSOCIETY OF EQuITYIn regard to the Society of Equity we wish to say a few words to the people of Stanton and adjoining territory The Society evesthe United States and the people of workdIts object is to obtain better prices for all products of the farm not tobacco alone and its methods are both reason able and practicable It you will give us an hour of your time Friday night worknings of the association There Is no doubt about the growth and success of the Society of Equity and the Tobacco Association and Lincoln county people should understand that they are want ed to make the victory all the more glorious With great respect we ask a hearing Friday night Deputy State Organizers Here and There Caleb Powers fourth trial will be 24tThomas Baldwin slayer of four peo pie died in the county jail at Bloomington 11- 1Robert Jolly of Indianapolis killed his nineyearold daughter by forcing carbolic acid down her throat John E Patrick of Jackson an erstwhile democrat wants the republi can nomination for clerk of the Court ofAppealsRev M Hawley a Presby terian clergyman of Fulton was severe theyState Hawley was accused of intim acy with Mrs Meadows and it is said he left a signed statement of his rela tions with the wife of the man who weilded the whip He Fired the Stick I have fired the walklngstlck Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treat ment until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore cad made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by Pen ny druggist 25c A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels begivenpills or tablets when the bowels are con medlclneIt is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach CaldwellsSyrup youngpeoples manytonicthe congested bowels but tones the sys tern and makes the child feel better in every vay Among the thousands who are uslne Dr ofMayfieldher baby regularly and that she would not be tonlrtJmllMothers will find this an Invaluable remedy dyapepslaliver andbowelsand by Its use a borne cure at very little cost Is easily about Children are often troubled with skin dis anddothatDrleehowuselasect bottle bu often restored an entire family i K j JiiT mnanraEiiijtijififa buyingtheremedy GentlestetTHEPUBLIOproducbeanPEPSIN VMIM t110 1111 Sahdtaell 11d renWUN IN One Half Price ttttttttaa istill the price of any Suit You wilf certainly need n Suit for your Sum mer vacation or the Exposition Now is the time to buy Waists We have about fifty 125 waists left to sell at SOc tif+ + + 1 i III i F + llltllllltllt Tribble Hughes 1t Successors To L M Huey Co 1 Ir+ iof Belts Belt Buckles Beauty Pins Hat Pins Collar Supporters Etc Belts all styles 25c to 150 Belt BucklesPearl and Metal25 and 50c Beauty 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 stsstsatrs- TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House i STANFORD KENTUCKY t tr ODD TROUSERS For Gentlemen of Exacting Taste 5Highest Class Ready Tailored Line W J5 Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky AM lino wires of Pioneer Wire Fence are highly carbon steeled wire run through corrogated rollers When properly put up it will staff tight longer than nap fence E T PENCE STANFORD KYr K The Interior Journal Entered in the Po l0ffice at Stanford tteonddcat matter- YUHL1sUIDD TOBSDAVH AND FKIDA YB AT r 100 PER YEAR CASH When not 10 paid UOO will be charged =5 A Nice Home for Sale to SIll III house and lot In Orchardl5rooraa one ncr of bawl barn and nil necessary oiitbulldInK nnd In Rood A lot of excellent fruit Well on Dock porch- J D HTKRNHKUOKS Oraii Orchard NOTICEAny one needing a Union Jack and Ire Stretcher can leave their order with T Kewland nt Stanford Ito has ono lie w show you and take your order nnd will 1111 became on short notice BT LUN8KOUD NOTICE I situated a tulles Houth r of 31chlnueyastaUon on the U H It It on Mlddleburu pike laleywhiCh backs run doll except Hunday now open for the trtltnlent of theunm tlsm Liver Kidney madder and nil Stom ach and Howel Troubles Hheumatlsm n ipecialtyat reasonable rotes For particu lars and terms address KMSlMSrror ItF D Box Si Ilustonvllle Ky B D CARTER f Now LiveryDepot Street Phone 96ESTANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKO- ffice over McRoberta Drug Store i Q the Owsley Building INSURANCES of to Tire LIghtning WlndBtorra Life and I Aeeldf nt None but the BTKOIGKBT and BEST Itepreaented Lowest Poe Itble Rates Guaranteed Lou PayIng Rec rdUneqoalIed Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky I Residence Phone No 81 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOUhWhy buy readymade clothing when there of Is so little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure4 taken by an experienced tailor I have a vet handsome line of Hpring Hummer goods I can make from a low price business cult to the Fancy suit Thecompany ers and Vests rep resent Is second to none 11 0 ItUPLEV The Tailor BLACK HAWK 6 years hands servewhite 15S high will J1nSl nets at1511forJack colts I10W for Jennet 0 colts mares nt 400 to insure u living colt Mllrt ported with forftJlU insurance lae sure nt 2m per month Not tesponslble fo aemyyljack 6Ican show ou my I t on the dIssourlplanI show you Instead agIngail1 will also my z to Insure a living cot on same terms as Black Hawk Will also serve a few mare- t with bred colt Independencek HIXiomer for Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Red Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Kyhathe Special Attention Given bleIties3eaGood JUg at Stock Pens In Connection for all kinds of Harvesting Ingineawillpay show W- Icommlnlon machinery e 1 CeCla y of ing Undertaker Embalmer andSOl Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Cn of d STANFORD KENTUCKY and Office Phone 167 Home Phone 33 The thOJ tem Undertakers and Embalmkf era Also Dealers niture thwillall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right the turn 1TANFORD KENTUCKY r Sttoe oa HIGHLAND Born to the wife of Green Carrier a stillaII quite The Highland postoffice which has removI we our land for all time to come unless we find a better name H F Horton has just put up a jj placeS J doingtiOt a tenheim Farmers are preparing their tobacco ground partTgo no tion we are glad to say and will re Pimain here John Spires has gone Ill to visit his daughters and other relatives Rev J M Cook went to Somerset last week Miss Grace Hawes of Barbourville has been the guest of Miss Fannie Young Rev Lawrence Wesley and wife of Wheat were with C M Young Wedn D L Young and family of Pitts burg are visiting their parents birfred and Mrs J S Young Mr and bi rsof Patterson of Newell visited theirI grandfather Uncle John Hill MrsI Lucy Faulkner visited her sisterinlaw Mrs Surber at Corbin A few days aq Ira Cook of Somerset spent sever days with C R and Guy Cook 011 Vanhook and wife of Somerset visit the family of Wm Vanhook Bes sin and Herbert Young of Science Hill were the guests of Misses Serena and Lucille Young Emil Meier sister Miss Martha went to Danvil Iorho Saturday Mrs Payne and daughter brothelYTamilnC- Lick was here this week to visit his children Willie and Pearl Baugh went Corbin to visit Miss Eloise Baxter Boone county was the guest of Missa Grace Young Elbert and Fanuie Young who have been attending Union College at Barbourville returned home Wednesday Quite a crowd of their friends gathered at their home at night to greet them and to engage in singing which was led by Miss Grace Hawes of Barbourville and Bradley of Bethel Ridge Jim Watts as moved to Highland G H Jeter Middleburg was here Friday in th interest of the Monarch Book Co Oli Meredith of Maywood was here al Friday delivering maps FARMERS DEPARTMENT ulgjpoundJones Baughman of Moreland has a secondhanded threshing machine fo Jesse Walter sold to John B Coffey geldingePowell Depp delivered to Allen g Reid 30 200 pound hogs sold two months up o at GlchEFOR SALETwo young Polled Dur CarpentereA No1 milk cow with second calf sale A splendid milker W L McCarty Stanford The Abbott won the Latonia Derby Gauntlet was second and Beau Brummel third The time was slovtWithin the past week 15 cows died from eating white clover in neighborhoodalong the line of dry Peaks Mill and Owenton turnpikes ththreein London winning two thirds eyes aJane and a second with his Poetry- of Motion American horses landed many of the premiums According to the crop report of the Agricultural Department the condition spring wheat on June 1 was 887 compared with 934 at the correspond period last year The condition of the yearTheper property in Kentucky as equal wIEqualizationAuditor Hager is 717982913 an inoflcrease over the assessment of last year cdDanclosed a contract to deliver 20000 spring lambs during the months of June July August at seven cents a pound lambs will be shipped to the Eastern in market Mr Scott has already bought season 15000 lambs making a tc of 35000 which he will ship to be served on the table of Eastern epicures out There has never been a case of ty phoid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Diamond Brand out Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps the whole sys in perfect order Do not be imposed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the mar tit ask for Whites spot fitneJohnnie was anxious to take part in e public monthly exercises so his mother searchedPr caoutbread of life When Johnnie came he created something of a sensation by calling out promptly and shrilly tarn a loaf of breadwi tleptfcln nan wirnntxidiwryDaalir I KINGSVILLE Dont tail to attend the strawberry supper at the Christian church Saturday evening f Mr C L Hensley brought for inspection of your correspondent that we might mention it in our letter and know that it is not a fish story a little fourlegged chicken othenv perfectly formed and thrifty- c Quite a largo crowd attended the b ial of Mr Gooch familiarly known rehis many friends a Uncle Hen which occurred last Thursday at graveyard after a short but wellspo ken funeral service by Rev Ebright Mr Gooch was very popular with and young He was of a very joy nature and continued so up to the time of his sudden though not unexpected death of paralysis- to Mr and Mrs Walton Flint and little son of Tyler Texas are the guests of his parents here Little Miss Clara Linakin has returned to h home at Burgin Mrs Linakin is re- Joicing over the possession of a lift daughter Dcla Gooch of Somerset ISVas the guest of his cousins Manfred and Cecil Gooch Mr and Mrs Man Chevolelte of Ludlow are goes relatives here W T Carey of t C spent Sunday with his fami y here Emmett Gooch wife and daugh ter Miss Dora of Ludlow attends- o the burial of Mr Hen Gooch Doctorleaverage man cannot employ a physician for every shg ailment or injury that may occur in his family nor can ho afford toneg lect them as so slight an injury n scratch of a pin has been known to cause the loss of a limb Hence Bret man must from necessity be his own Idoctor for this class of ailments Success often depends upon prompt j treatment which can only behad when suitable medicines are kept at hand Chamberlains Remedies have been In the market for many years and enjoy good reputation Chamberlains Colic Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy 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 back and rheumatic pains Llveer Tablets for Constipation biliousness JIChamberlainsthe skin One bottle of each of these five prop starless costs but 8125 For sale by druggists Harry Orchard under crossexamina- r tion at Boise Idaho continued to give interesting testimony as to his remarkable career At ono point in his testimony he aroused laughter in the room by confessing to stealing sheep He also related a plot to blow a nonunion boardinghouse which asserted was not carried out be cause William D Haywood advised against it Orchard for the first time showed some emotion when Attorney Richardson questioned him as to the alleged destitution of his wife at Cripple Creek As heretofore he continued to adhere closely to his main story Do you know tt said an alienist lunatics practically never weep No Is that soY It is a fact Lunatics have always eyes No matter how harrowing their imaginary troubletuin murder suicide shed no tears Tears in a lunatics are an almost certain indication of speedy return to asonA peJohnY I thought he was brotht erallBrownWell there are 12 children- in our family Hes the oldest and Im the youngest IN ME RIAMDIn memory of Sarah W Reynolds died May 18 Day after day we her fade and gently sink away yet in our hearts we prayed that she might longer stay for the one we lov so dearly has forever passed away M H Housemen and houseboys are being introduced with great success in houses Melbourne to alleviate the domestic servant problem Boys it is found work more quickly than girls The new firm is going to make shoes of all kinds of skins Not out of banana skins Yes indeed I Theyll make slippers of them The little pocket physician Is what Hyomels friends named the pocketinhaler that goes with each out Carries medication right to the where its needed Complete out 81 G L Penny Gov Beckham appointed the ousted members of the Common Council at to fill the positions made vnto nt by the decision of the Court of Apthl pealsfoConsiderably more than half the peo year of the world live in she countries border on the Pacific Ocean Phouel3Rfiig8 Htaolord Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck ham lingerthe I- so Hendrlcks For State Superintendent of Schools WlnfteIse of Agriculture J W Newman GovernOrSouthto BosworthheVreeland For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon AphealeialFor Representative of Lincoln coun tW H Shanks L N TIME TABLE No SI Houth lliSlr M tterNo a North 817 p M AgenttJesse W Sweeney raoratxronhel Llvory Food and Salo Stahl- d Lancaster Ky flimsilyhtHclatlcaItheumatlsm Inflammatory Ilheu matlsm Halt Ilheum Indigestion ConnU1 dUeueaf taken according to llrvrtlona and lie or she wyn N any address on receipt of U iackag contains Alt doses with a rrulnteml Kuarait AgenttlcKluuey 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kcnj u tucky Oct my Itates be butd I seated Jesse D The WearenI Phone 21 KY POSTED I strictlytarld I on our places nnd will prosecute vi to the full extent of the law Fred VonOruetilgan Helchenlmch Ilros Fred VonAllman A VonUruenlRan Fred llaumiiun Oeorao Holme IlallouA0Uhrls Jacob M I Klmonj David Htephens Mary IlolTtnann JNIaughmnnUhrlstlnaUrnyeon Jacob Jessweln Mom Damxron Mrs SI J Ashlock O 6foyer e MrsMlundletonWPeter Ilalmer J II Citmenlsch DatinhertyJ s HprattJ o J W IVak H F Martin LludayMPwnplesMrsHpoonamorelMF Lawrence TRIABLE PENCEI 0 Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Furniture of All Kinds Car Draggers tugs Mattings Pic Frames Shades Lace Curtains Wan laperSMr E T Beazley has charge of Undertaking DCJ rtmentSTRIBBLE G PENCE Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal lNDJThe Interior Journal in BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 is nine Few people in the United heard of the CourierJournal Democratict all things raft lu all things clean In all ing It Is essentially a family paper By arrangement we are enabled to of r the WEEKLY OOUBIEHOUBNAL one and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the combination to Usnot tc the CourierJournal G7 raage vssntrros 11 itAND 0Snappy Clothes Griffon Brand nil wool Guaranteed Clothes are load 4 ere Try ours and be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 1 Wickless Oil Cook I t a Stoves At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky USEI ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE HARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY A furnace in a nutshell heated or cooled in the heat affects only what is being cooked The new PERFECTION OIL is what makes cooking in Summer a pleasure The cheapest and the best Call and examine it I Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky I l Groceries Queenawnre Tinware Ac KYfMain Street STANFORD AnnouncementIn I Danville and surrounding community we have secured the services of an expert watchmaker direct from n large New York manufactory and make positive guarantee that we can repair any kind ever made If your watch running a little out of order probably it needs oiling Many fine instruments are ruined by continual running without oil A stitch in titno saves Wo also repair and clean any and all kinds of clocks and guarantee anykindteudauce at our store We positively do the finest expert engraving in thia section t- e R H MURRAY Danville Kentucky c a