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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1C THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r VOL xxxvSTANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 21 1907 NO 32 Will Leave Nothing Undone to Put llLid on in Louisville Tho following correspondences appear cd In tho Glasgow Times Glasgow Ky Juno l0011Ion J C W IJockham Frankfort KyDear Governor Having been born in old Nelson county having fought and bled for Dixie with your uncle Crepps WlcklUTe nnd being a wooldyed yard wide democrat from tho head waters ol tho Rolling Fork for years past I bclicvo I have u right to speak out in mcetin Governor you are at the 4Forks of tho Road To tho loft or even to try to keep in the middle of the road means sure democratic defeat You were nominated by the votes of hundreds of old Confederate soldiers who but for your temperance promises t expressed and implied would have gladly voted for their old friend James B McCreary They were assisted by tho votes and influence of tho ministry tho church temperance voters both democratic and Independent The li quor interests knifed you then and will do so again no matter which road you take Wo who know tho stuff you nro made of have no doubt now that you Nave tho power but what you will put the lid on in Louisville as prom lied and will leave nothing undone to merit the confidence Imposed in you But there are thousands of your sup porters who are anxiously even impa tiently waiting for your action in this matter Relieving that God and your stood sense will keep you to the right I nm your old friend J A MURRAY GOY BECKUAMS REPLY Commonwealth of Kentucky Exec J olive Department Frankfort Juno 1- 11907Mr J A Murray Glasgow Ky t My Dear Sir I have received your two communications In duo time and it was a pleasure to me to hear from 4you read with a great deal of inter est your letter and think your diagram is a very fair picture of the sit uation confronting mo There Is no trouble about which ono of tho forks of the road I want to tako I can not think for a moment that you have tho slightest doubt of my purpose and in tention to fulfill the promise I made in tho campaign lost year to put the lid on in Louisville If over tho power should como In my hands That is tho only unredeemed obligation that tho people of Kentucky have a right to expect of mo and I intend to leave nothing un done to fulfill It I would much prefer to close my nearly eight years service as governor with the feeling that I had fulfilled every promise to the peel pIe and accomplished every task I had undertaken than go to tho Senate with out such a record I appreciate tho deep interest you take In mo and you can rest assured that I shall not know ingly disappoint you Very sincerely yours J C W Heckham Over in the Salmon river meadows country in Idaho ranged a wild and woolly bunch of longhaired cow punch era whoso knowledge of tho world was confined mainly to trips after cattlu in to surrounding counties Into this reckless but verdant community there camo the smoothtongued representa tive of a wild west show who hired several riders at a high salary to do a hairraising act the chief feature being that they should appear to be thrown from their horses und dragged by the footAfter they had practiced in a corral for awhile one of them loosened him self and rising from the dirt dishev eled and dazed Inquired Say mister aint this ruthcr dan gerous We might git killed Thats all right chirped tho shows representative cheerfully Your sal ary will go on just tho same Lippin cotts Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than Motion has onco more been demonstrated In t the little town of Fedora Tent the residence or C V Pepper Ho writes II I was In bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of tho lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and allhope had lied when I hogan taking Dr Kings Now Discovery Then Instant relief came The coughing sqon ceas ed tho bleeding diminished rapidly and In three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed euro for coughs und colds GOo and 81 at Pennys drug storo Trial bottlo freo In spite of the fact that we hear that the cost of living nowadays is exorbi tant by a careful examination of sta tistics it will bo found that the actual cost of living per capita is a good deal loss titan 15 years ago In 1860 products which included tho absolute necessities of life such as food cost 11519 Tho cost of these same products roso in 1861 to 27893 and by last year they had gone down to 9331 Mrs Potter Palmer denies tho pub- Ic lisped report of her engagement to the t Earl Munster MIDDLEBURG Misses Mattio Estcs and Willie Fogle went to Danville Monday to do some shopping P II Taylor and wife left Sunday for Jackson county Tho base ball team went to Colum bia Thursday and played the team there Friday and Saturday winning Satur days game They returned homo Sunday morning about daylight antI wets the sleepiest set of fellows wo have looked upon for some time Tho meeting at the Baptist church which hegan a week ago will continue through this week Rov E W Coke ly Is doing the preaching In a very fore Iblo manner and the meeting is quite an interesting one Tho song services are pleasing features of the meeting and with Mrs Laura Leo at tho organ are mado quite Impressive Following are those who havo united with the church since tho meeting began Misses Opal Wilson Stella Compton War ren Ruth Warren Goadlo Frederick and Minnie Pike Mrs Albert Pke Al bert Luster Glanclo Luster TheThe Man Now York State has now ono automo bile for every 200 of its inhabitants men women and children This aston ishing result has been achieved in less than a decade notwithstanding sump- tuary legislation press vituperation police graft magistrates malice bad roads and worse city streets Over 40000 automobiles aro now registered in New York State which had according to tho census of 1905 a population of a little over 8000000 which Indicates approximately tho percentage estimated above At tho beginning of the cur rent year thero were 35613 automobiles registered in New York and on May 39861 showing that 4243 automobiles were registered during the past four months as against 3036 during the same period of 1900n gain of 1212 During 1905 tho Secretary of State reg istered 8625 automobiles in moo 11 753 and ho estimates that this year over 18000 automobiles will be register ed at Albany Approximately the automobiles sold in Now York will total In value 5000000 The gross totals numbers and values are remarkable indeed considering the backward season tho depressed stock market and the awful condition of the streets of the cltlosLcslios Weekly HUBBLE Eld J T Williams will fill his appointment at the Methodist church Sun day morning- M B Eubanks and R L Hubble shipped a load of slop hogs to Cincinna ti J A llammond sold his old corn at 290 at the crib J C Robinson has engaged his wheat at90c M B Eubanks R L Hubble B W Givens and J C Eubanks spent several days in Cincinnati this week Mrs Lee Rankin and children are visiting rela tives in Somerset Misses Jessie and Jean McKechnid and Minnie Sloan spent last week with relatives at Hustonvillo Miss Flonnic Hammond loft Thursday to spend several weeks In Russell and Casey counties Mrs Martha Hubble of Ponca City Okla is with friends and relatives here A Scotchmam went to London for a holiday Walking along one of the streets ho noticed a baldheaded chem ist standing at his shop door and in quired if he had any hair restorer Yes sir said the chemist step inside please Theres an article I can highly recommend Testimonials from great men who have used It It makes the hair grow in 24 hours Awed said tho Scoteye can gte the top of your held a bit rub wit and Ill look back the morn and see if yoo tellin the truthLadies Home Journal Father dear father come home with mo now Tho clock in the steeple strikes two Mothers new waist buttons all in the back And sho cant get it shut without you Tonight If yon would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight They produco an agreeable laxatlvo effect clear the head and oloanso tho stomach Price 25 coots Samples free at all drug gists The books of etiquette unfortunately omit to say whether It is proper for a gentleman in an open car to set things right when ho observes that the waist of a lady in tho seat in front of him is unbuttoned in tho back Somervlllo Journal Colic and Diarrhoea Pains In tho stomach colic und diar rhoea are quickly relieved by tho uso of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists NEWS NOTES Nashville business men are to make a tour of Southern Kentucky for commercial exploitation Tho railway mail clerks throughout the country are perfecting an organi zation for better wages and shorter hours Five men wero killed in an explosion In the gelatino department of the Sin ncmahoning Powder Manufacturing Co at Slnne mahonlng Pa Five more bodies of tho Minnesotas launch disaster were recovered in Hampton Roads among them being that of Jesse Conn of Louisville Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco was formally removed from office by the supervisors Supervisor James Gal lagher was named as acting Mayor in placeChattanooga voted to issue 900000 in bonds for the purpose of purchasing or constructing a water works plant to bo owned by the city tho vote being 1572 for and 109 against The Federal grand jury In New York handed down indictments against the Central Vermont railroad for alleged violation of the Elkins act in granting rebates for the shipment of coffee A scene was created in a Cleveland newspaper office by a brother of Presi dent McKinleys assassin who made dire threats In connection with a de mand that his name bo left out of the press in future According to a statement mado public the requests for gifts sent to Miss Helen Gould aggregate nearly 2000 000 a week They range all tho way from the asking of 15 for a set of false teeth to 1000000 to start a colony in Cuba When the cases of tho three alleged slayers of James B Marcum were call ed by Judge J L Dorsey at Beatty ville continuance was granted by agree ment until November 18 Judge Dorsey warning both sides that they must be ready for trial at that time CoL Alexander Hogeland known as the father of the curfew law andalso as the newsboys friend was found dead In bed at a hotel in Omaha having been asphyxiated His enfeebl ed condition duo to advanced age is believed to explain his failure to properly turn off the stop cock Some important documentary evi dence was introduced by the State in the Haywood trial at Boise City Recalling Harry Orchard to the stand four letters wore offered tending to show that Haywood in tho fall of 1906 par ticipated in a plan to deceive Orchards wife as to the whereabouts of her hus bandWhat is believed to havo been a plot of years standing to blow up the court house at Newport was brought to light with the discovery of a long pipe filled with powder secreted under the floor It is believed this was placed there 11 years ago during the trial of Jackson ahd Walling for the murder of Pearl BryanAlexander E Orr retired as president of the New York Life Insurance Com pany being succeeded by Vice President Darwin P Kingsley It is stated that Mr Orr accepted the place only temporarily during tho insurance in vestigation planning to get out as soon as an experianced insurance man was determined on for the berth At Lee Rose Owsley county a drunk en row occurred in which Tom Wilson and Wiley Bowling were instantly kill ed and Henry Caudell and VQlliam Long were wounded Tom Wilson Henry Caudell nnd Henry Collins fought on one side and John Estep Wiley Bowling and William Long on the other side in the battle According to a financial report made to tho Capitol Commission at Frank fort 700000 has been expended to date on the new building and it is rapidly nearing completion just one year after the laying of the cornerstone Only the construction of tho Immense dome re mains to give tho building the outward appearance of being completed Under an agreement reached between 18 railroads and the State of Missouri in the Federal Court at Kansas City tho twocent passenger fare law is to bo given a three months trialat the end of which If it is found unre munerative tho railroads may appeal the matter to the courts In his opinion Federal Judgo McPherson assumes jurisdiction of the passenger and freight rate cases The freight cases to bo considered later a temporary restraining order being granted tho roads Tetter Cured- A lady customer of ours hud suiTor ed with totter for two or tnreo yours It got so bad on her hands that sho could not attend to her household duties Ono box of Chamberlains Salvo cured her Chamberlains med icines give splendid satisfaction In this community M II KODVKY L Co Almond Ala Chamberlains medicines arofor sale by all druggists i 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs David Cleaver is dead at Perry villa Robert Hardin McElroy aged 57 years died at Springfield Brights dis easeAt Corbin George Winfield fatally stabbed James Polly Winfleld had recently served a sentence for counter feitingEd of Marion county sup posed to be crazy was killed by a sher- Iffs posse while an attempt was being made to arrest him Tho body of Mrs Lum Hill last one of the 20 persons missing who met death in the Gradyville flood of Juno 7 was recovered six miles below Grady vlllo in Russell creek Anderson countys barrel champion Is Wm A Gortney Ho has been making 80 barrels per week for a number of years and for the last four weeks he has made 100 barrels each week County Attorney II J Johnson bought Tho First National Bank stock belong ing to the Graded School The face value of the stock was 1250 and he paid 2700 for itLondon Sentinel Gov Beckham appointed Maj D W Sanders of Louisville Special trudge of tho Whitley Circuit Court to preside in tho case of R Brown against M J Moss Judge The action is to test the Judicial Redistricting Act of February 21 1906 The Southern Baptist Convention do nated 2000 and citizens of Barbour vide and community contributed 4200 for paying oft the debt of the Barbour ville Institute A 20000 dormitory is now being planned and will be erected during the present year Tho jury in the case of Fox Logan of Danville against the Southern Ex press Co for 2000 damages brought in a verdict at Lexington for the full amount asked by the plaintiffs The suit was for injuries to tho trotting mare Emily Letcher while being shipped in the defendants charge from Lexington to Memphis Tenn A gentleman representing the Cin cinnati Southern was in Danville this morning and announced that he had been chosen by the officials of the road to secure 52 residences in Danville by July 18 lie stated further that the houses are to be occupied by tho fam ilies of men who will work as mach- Inists for the railroadIieraldS- ubscribers for stock in tho new Creamery Company held a tneetingyes terday afternoon and effected a temporary organization C C Bagby was elected President and J Beecher Adams was elected Secretary A committee consisting of R T Quisenberry J B Caldwell W W Johnson E R Dille hay and J F Kanue was appointed to purchase a site for the Creamery and direct affairs until a permanent organi zation was effectedDanville Advo cate Rev E E Davidson pastor of the Christian church at Washington Ind has petitioned Mayor Russell and Chief of Police Corning to allow him to act as chief of the Police Department during July In case I am placed in temporary charge of this department of the city I will pick IVY own deputies and I will see to it that tho lid is kept on he saysI am willing to give the preacher a chance says Chief Corning for I want a vacation but in case he Is ap pointed he must attend to all the duties of a chief in a small city arrest drunk ards stop fights and make himself a handy man at all times and circum stances 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 bottlo of tho remedy For sale by all druggists Life remarked the sententious bachelor is like a game of cards Its more like a game of chess from my point of view rejoined tho mar ried man invariably move once yearChlcagoNews A Fortunate Texan Mr E w Goodloo of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In tho past your I have become acquainted with Dr Kings Now Life Pills und no laxative I ever before tried so effect ually disposes of malarlu and bilious ness They dont grind nor gripe 25o at Pennys drug store HIcksIsnt the cost of living getting to bo just frightful nowadays WicksIt is pretty bad thats a faces But itt a good deal lower than the cost of dying Charles C Vogt chief agent in Ken tucky for tho American Tobacco Company and one of the foremost Masons in the State suicided at his homo in Louisville MEET MEAT THE THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR At Stanford Ky July 17 18 and 1907 Liberal Premiums In All Rings Storms Military BaRd Will Furnish the Music Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings Each Day of Fair Write for Catalogue S T HARRIS J F CUMMINS President Secretary tftc Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J n Ovvsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker Stanford i J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preacliersville L G Gooch Waynesburg ICy First National BankStanford 1yt Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was establlihad it the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1891 then reorganlted as the National Bank of Stanford In 1855 and again reorganized at the First National Balk of Stanford In 1162 baring had practically an uninterrupted ulltellce for 43 year It Is better lUpplled now with acllltlei for transact Ing Dullness promptly and well tttan ever before In Itl long honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited J 8 BOOKER Prett 8T HARRIS V Pies 1 J McKOBERTS Ohr W H WEARfiNAet Ohr Directors Y Reid DanTllle T Banta Stanford J S Hooker Stanford McKinneyM H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J B Baugbman Stanford J M Pettui Stanford 0 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 u firstclass range throughout nwkea this Stove hard to beat If you are in need of n Cook Stove do not fail to see me before you buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up to 8150 soH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky inner and Plumber J W Be MsRoberts Officers DRUGGIST 1 STANFORDI Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes 3 t PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded The Interior Journal E C WALTON J T ROBERTS y In the Orn r acitonofthedeuocrattlorpnrtyubJecttotlJOHN I countlvubjctparty L M BRUCE cOlmtl0hJlcto party JAMES C HAYS countlBohjtct cI party DC ALLEN Ii A candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to the netlon of the ixmocrntli party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K HendricksFor Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B ChenaultIFor Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks HON AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville was nominated for governor by acclamation at the republican convention held in Louisville Wednesday Senator W H Cox of Maysville had just as smooth sailing for lieutenant i governor An antiTaft element made the platform which remains silent on Sunday observance The effort made to endorse Gov Bradley for Sena tor died aborning Judge W H Holt was temporary and exGov Bradley permanent chairman of the convention which was not as harmonious as the re publicans had hoped for- Th ticket nominated is as follows For GovernorAugustus E Willson ofLouisvilleFor Governor W H Cox of Mason county ForAttorney General James Breath Ittof Christian county For Auditor Frank P James of- Mercer county For TreasurerCapt Ed Farley of- McCracken county For Secretary of StateDr Ben L Bruner of Breckinridge county For Superintendent of Public Instruc tionJ S Crabbe of Boyd county For Commissioner of AgricultureN- C Rankin of Henry county For Clerk of Court of AppealsNa pier Adams of Pulaski county THE passenger department of the Southern railway reports that the pas lIen er receipts in Indiana on account of the twocent rate which recently went into effect caused a falling off of about 2000 a week on the lines of the company in that State Travel how ever increasing and it is believed the lower rate will eventually help Southern which handles a great deal of local passenger business in Southern Indiana IN the trial of E H Holmes Jr former Government official accused of giving advance tips on crop reports for use in the speculative markets Louis H Van Riper a New York broker al leged that the defendant was a member of a partnership to which he gave in formation He testified that 167000 was made on one occasion on the information Holmes gave A GEORGIA Negro hanged at Atlanta did not make the usual claim that ho was gwine straight home to Jesus He cooly remarked just as the trap was sprung that he was guilty of ev erything he was charged with and more His chances of heaven how ever we suspect are about as good as the average murderer who goes hence by the hempen route Tim Glasgow Times never heard of any of the nominees of the prohibition State ticket before their names were printed but states nevertheless that they are all excelfent gentlemen well qualified and worthy to discharge the duties of the high offices to which they will not be elected Tim woman who got 107789 from the New York Central for killing her t husband doubtless feels that she is playing in luck Few husbands are I worth that much and as a general thing they are like the Indians of whom it is said that the only good Indians are dead Indians TilE Commonwealths Attorney of the London district is attending college the London Sentinel Seems to us he should have attended to such matters before he was elected to the high office he holds How do you like republican State ticket I a 4 TilE Kentucky editors are having a great time on their annual outing at Estill Springs Tho press boys are there as are their sisters and aUI cousins and their aunts posseeI governor Hughes of New York has had the courage to veto one POLITICAL Grover Cleveland Belden and Miss Effie Adams were married at Rowlan yesterday afternoon The White House at Washington Is now undergoing its annual refurnishing during the Presidents absence rl Senator Foraker has issued a state ment regarding the investigation of the shooting up of Brownsville in whicl he declares that the evidence fails to show that the soldiers bore any part in the affair Gov Hughes has signed the New York City Recount Bill providing for a recount and recanvass by judicial process of the ballots cast for the office of Mayor at the election In New York City in November 1905 Jackson county Republicans in mass convention at McKee adopted resolu tions condemning President Roosevelt for appointing Senator J C S Blackburn a member of the Panama Canal Commission The National Adminis tration as a whole was commended Former President Cleveland will deliver the principal address at Wilming ton Del next Saturday at the unveiling of a memoral statue to Thomas F Bayard Mr Bayard was the firatI Secretary of State in Mr Clevelands first Cabinet tho first Ambassador ofI the United States to the Court of St James and at one time a member of the United States Senate- MATRIMONIAL Thomas Pedden of Barren county who had been married five times died a widower the other day Charles Montgomery of Louisville and Sallie Nickles of Mt Vernon eloped to Jeffersonville and were married by Justice Kcigwin Miss Willie Belle Burnside of Lan caster and Mr Larry D Jones of Monticello were married at the Chris tian church at Lancaster Elder F M Tinder officiating- William Kennedy and Miss Clara Sher ron of this place eloped to Jefferson ville and were married few days ago Their many friends are congratulating them and wishing them great happi nessJudge Roscoe C Tartar of Ferguson was married Sunday to Miss Olza Isbell of Russell county Mr Tartar recently returned from service in the army and is serving as Police Judge of Ferguson the City of Railroad Shops Somerset Journal Mr Joseph E Wright the prosper ous farmer and stock man of the Junc tion City and Milledgeville sections and Miss Nancyo Reynolds the pretty and popular sister of Mr W A Reynold of Shelby City went to Louisville yesterday and were to have been married at The Seelbach Hotel The two had been sweethearts for a long time and now that they have been made one they should be very happy After a visit to the Jamestown Exposition Mr and Mrs Wright will go by boat to New York City where they will remain for- some time Mr Wright is a clever gentleman and a fine business man and his legion of friends congratulate him on winning the heart and hand of soI charming a woman as his bride is Heres wishing them all the happiness that can come to them As announced in our last issue the wedding of Mrs John Hooe Russell and Mr Frank E Jennings was quietly celebrated at Dreaming Creek Heights the beautiful home of the brides parents last Saturday at noon Only immediate relatives and a few intimate friends were present and the ceremony was said in his usual im pressive way by tho Rev G W Shepherd of the Baptist church At its conclusion an elegant luncheon was served after which Mr and Mrs Jennings left over the2 oclock L N for a visit to the grooms relatives in Missouri They are extended the familysInumerous a happy married life The brido was at tended by her sister Mrs James W Caperton and her young niece Miss Mary James Caperton The stately old home was elaborately decorated with palms aud flowers and it was an ideal occasionthe brides parents having been married on the same June day 12 years Richmond- KELLEYNEWLANDAt the pretty homo of Mr T D Newland on Somer set Avenue at high noon Wednesday his daughter Miss Nancye Brent New land and Rev L C Kelly of Louis ville were made one in a pretty cero mony said by Rev Ivey of Maysville an intimato friend of tho groom The register showed that 50odd close friends of the contracting parties witnessed the happy event The bride who is a handsome brunette and a most charming young woman in every way was gown ed in white mercerized lawn with bri dal veil and orange blossoms and her adjvantage w platILittle Misses Margaret Pettus and Mar gieLynn were pretty flower girls They carried huge bouquets of pink and white roses In the entire homo the pink and white color scheme was cat tied otit After the ceremony an etc gant breakfast was served in courses Exchanging her wedding garments for a traveling suit of brown Mrs Kelly was ready for tho trip to Louisville where she and the man of her choice will be at home to their friends at 720 Fourth Street Many of their friend accompanied them to the train Mi M F Kelly brother of tho groom and Miss Jennie Newland sister of th bride were best man and lady at the happy event and the latter gave her sister away Some COodd handsome presents bear silent testimony of the high esteem in which Rev and Mrs Kelly are held The bride has spent her entire life here and is loved and admired by all The groom is editor of the Kentucky Issue a Louisville publication and is besides an able preacher May their lives on earth be long and as bright and cheery as the beautiful Juno day on which they were made two souls with but a single thought two hearts that beat as one Here and There At a meeting of the Bourbon fiscgl court last week claims aggregating 600 for sheep killed by dogs were al lowed Low B Brown was elected presidcn of the Kentucky Press Association W Vernon Richardson was reelected secretaryGov of New Jersey has sent formal letter to Secretary of State Dickinson requesting him to resign his Office The contents of the letter were not disclosed By an arrangement with the prosecu tion the sentence that was to have been passed upon Abraham Ruef at San Francisco has been postponed for an other fortnight Thomas Trevor Superintendent of the H and S Pogue Dry Goods Company and his brother Alfred Trevor of the same company were killed in aQ automobile accident in Cincinnati The Millbourno Mills Company at Philadelphia one of the oldest flour concerns in the East has failed for 751000 Application for receiver will be made The mill has been in opera tion since 1757 Gov Hanly named W H Fox and W L Wood of Indianapolis and Capt- J P McGrew of Washington D C as commissioners to select a design and supervise the construction of a statue of Gen Lew Wallace to bo placed in Statuary Hall Washington The jury in the case of the Uncle Sam Oil Co at Leavenworth Kan in which H H Tucker Jr sought to have the receiver appointed by the State Snpreme Court removed return ed a verdict finding against Tucker The receivership therefore stands A Nashville dispatch says Labor agi tators from Chicago are here for the purpose of organizing a union among the Negro cooks of Nashville If the scheme proves a success it will be the first of its kind ever formed in the South The objects of the movement are to secure more money shorter hours and Sundays off Five persons two sisters a brother mother and aunt perished at Monohan Wash in the waters of LakeSammam- Ish The dead are Antone Myer 13 years of age Lizzie Myer and Ida My er sisters Mrs Myer mother Mrs John Herter sister of Mrs Myer Tho four women lost their lives in a vain at tempt to save the boy CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning Sunday WAS rally Sunday at the colored M E Church and a collection upDanvilleNews TRY The Fr nkfDrt State Journal rhe Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted- t will give you the latest and most reliable news every day tow Pa Walton IFrankfort Ky Notice Butchers flood rifrlHorntor foot high anti fllt Sato lit n IxirRnln Alto u lot of butcher tool MAKMIIALI ItHHiitNM llustouvlllc Kv 50 Years An AgencySi The oldest in Central Kentucky Get Lily Rates before Insuring Nothing but first class Companies Repre rented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man- Phone 21 STANFORD KY Jesse W Sweeney ritorKirron Livery Food and Solo Static Lancaster Ky Take Our Standard Remedy For- HclatlcnHheumntlim Inflammatory Itheu nmtlim Unit Hbcuin IndlKoUon Conitl tuition Kliliifty Trouble or any dleaenrlslng from fin urn blood Ilemember If taken according to direction and he or ihi U not twnclUrd by tho hue of the remedy we will refund your money Rent to any address on receipt of fl Each tmckagi contain 2W do e with are Isterett Kimraii tw Korcnlnby Hruben Wllllnnu Agent McKlnney Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wIsh to itll mr Linn SU mile Welt of Ituitnnvllksl mile from ptke and Carjwn teriHtatlon enndstingof15acre of rich blue grAB nelllp or tobacco land nil In gras This farm can vijually divided to advantage as to have n good dwelling on each piece nl o outbuilding The farm layi alntrntInaqunreonly one angle In lines There am three tock barm I good too taro staple tenant house good water In every Held ilx lattlng springs with 8 itrvnmi running through whole tract J HTKKIK OAUPKNTKH Uutlonvllle Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is fine hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 boshels of com to tbe acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain ii sold within the next 60 days Ji cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Dardstown Ky June 7 1007 One drop of 141144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken Instantly When fed In the feed or water U the best preventive have ever used WILL COO I FS B41144 Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Itoup and Limber neck Price 60 cents No cure no pay TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car- Pets Druggets Rugs battings Pic taro frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night lOG or 133 HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTII ONE YEAR FOR NLY 150 Vow people In the United States have not card of the Courler Journal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all blngi It U essentially a family paper fly special arrangement we are enabled to of tor the WEEKLY COUUIKROUKNAL one year and thli paper tor the price named bore Bend your inscription for the com ilnatlon to Illnot tc the CourlerJonrna1 WALK OVERShoes and Oxfords Wear as long as any bodys and look just a little neater a little prettier fit a little better and their styles a little more pronounced in dull and shiny leathers at 35O 4 and SII LADIES i 4M Misses and Childrens Low Shoes in White Vici and Patent Kids light and heavy soles straight and swing lasts in Pumps Oxfords ann Buttons I i tlt H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKYI How to Keep Cool No doubt this worries you a great deal but all you have to do is to try 501110 of our Talcum Powders Wo have it at 10 15 and 25 cents PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford 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 long before Congress thougnt of suchIan Act Call on us for fresh Colgans Taffy Tolu and Dr Hass stock and chicken pow dersLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists 1 J Point Your House I Dont your house need a fresh of paint Spring is nearly heretgreatlytobest ReadyMixed Paints made Try STANFORD DRUG CO va COME ACROSS THE STREET convenient and uptodate business house New goods justTo our new Store Let us show you our opened SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKYSo- uth East Corner Main and Depot Streets STANFORD KY JUNG 21 1007 r a TRY somo of Pennys Ice Cream Soda Water Gc Sundaes lOc- I SUNSHINE Finish will mako old furniture look like new Pennys Drug- Store fPERSONALS MRS P P NUNNELLY has been quite sick MRS II BRIGHT HAYS is visiting In Danville MR J R POWELL went to Brum field Wednesday COL It G EVANS of Danville was hero Wednesday DR PERCY BENTON of Brodhead was here Wednesday JUDGE JP BAILEY went to Louis vlile Wednesday Mn M F LAWRENCE was at Parker City Ind lost week MIss SALLIE DUDDERAR is visiting several Canadian clues WALLACE FARMER returned yester from Bloomington III 8day YAGER JR of Louisville is visiting Thomas and Morrison Bright MISSES SARAH DUNN and Hello Denny aro visiting Mrs S M Logan at Wil more Miss KIT IIUFFMAN of Louisville Is visiting her sister Mrs J G Carpcn tocr Jr MISS LILLIB EARS spent several days- t I with Mr and Mrs Sam P Eadsat lIus tonvllleMR J DOZIER of Brookhavcn Miss has Joined his wife at Mr E T i Pences MR A JERRY ADAMS of Hustonville took the train here for Louisville Wed nesday morning Mn GEO L PENNY Is attending the Druggists Association meeting al Olympia Spring Mns JAS P THOMPSON and son ol Lebanon arc visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M Warren MR AND MRS PIIELPS Conn of Boyle attended tho KellcyNowland marriage Wednesday- S C LACKEY of Harrodsburg went Orchard yesterday to visit up to Crab his father and sisters MRS P E KEMP and children ol Anniston Ala are with her father Mr T M1enningtonM- ASON LOUISE AND LOTTIE COOK ol Knoxville are visiting Mrs Mitt McKinney in the West End Miss ARETIIUSA MCALISTBR of Way Mfts is visiting her grandparent Mr and Mrs T J Foster MRS WILLIAM DUNAVKNT of Pitts burg was the guest of herparcnti Mr andMrsJD Bastln at Ewell Miss ELIZABETH CotTAGE of George town returned homo Monday after visit to her sister Mrs George Martin Miss MATTIE MAY ALVERSON thi pretty niece of lion J M Alverson ol this office has been his guest several days Mit ELMER UANKIN the official courl stenographer at Harrodsburg is here taking tho record In tho Sims murder trial MESDAMES CHARLES BRYANT of Wayne Tenn and H W Wee of Livingston are guests of Mrs William Fields MRS E T CARTER and son Earl arrived from Evansville lOlL Wednes day night and are guests of Mrs July Hughes MRS J B WILLIAMS and Miss Nova Williams spent the week In Unroll county with the family of Dr J Tom I Dohonllarroc burg Herald MR WILL J SIGLBR of Florida Is visiting his mother Mrs M V Sigler at his old homo at Crab Orchard Ills mother wilt accompany him home Tim following gentlemen attended convention at Louisville tho republican this week Judge G M Davison 11 L Davison A B Florence Ora Gooch and J A Blain Miss ADDIB McCLARY who has been teaching at Devils Lake S D arrived i at homo hero Wednesday night She came by Evansville Ind and visited Mrs E T Carter JUDGE AND MRS It C WARREN took Miss Charlotte Warren to Cincinnati this week and matriculated her at the t College of Art Miss Warren is already an expert with the brush tLOCALS pound at G FOR Deering mowers binders andhay rakes go to J L Beazley Co 4 J RINK at Waltons Opera House Sat urday night TilE Q C runs another 150 ex cursion to Cincinnati Sunday D C SliTLE of Jumbo has 200 or 300 locust posts 31 toS inches at top salePuas white clover comb honey As nice as a mortal ever saw at 12Jc per pound 11 J McRobcrts HORSE sheets quarter sand ankle boots fine driving and riding bits bri dies halters etc at J C McClarys STANi crackasoball team went to Crab Orchard Wednesday after noon and walloped the club there to the tune of 13 to 12 THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Writo or apply for particulars and prices IK you want a good democratic dally during the coming campaign take the Frankfort Journal It is the official organ of tho State democracy and a excellent publication mostI Tim beautiful Ballard place of nearly 200 acres was bought by Ed Ballard at public auction Wednesday at 9G50i The bidding was spirited property brought good pricesITHE L N is offering an exceedingly low rate to Lake Chatauqua Julys to 27 and a 925 roundtrip rate to Mammoth Cave on July 18 See agent J S Rice for further praticulars ARE you laying your plana so that you can be in Stanford July 17 18 197I If not you had better do so They will be red letter days In the history of the good town for the fair will be on NEWS comes from Crab Orchard that great preparation is being made for tho fair July 10 11 12 Of course you will go It is said that tho Crab Orch and people will put the big pot in the little one for the occasion THE glorious 4th of July will bo celebrated fittingly at Jones Park just beyond Yosemite Q R Jones has ar ranged an interesting program and a great time may be expected Go and enjoy yourself on a small outlay of money Till 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 then is a saddle stake of 150 and a roadste- stake of 150 Everybody invited t come and have a good time A nio crowd attended Tuesday nights rink and skating was kept up until late hour On account of a number of the skaters wanting to attend tho Mar riot Peoples Social Club meeting at Mrs J H Shanks tonight tho rink has been postponed until tomorrow Saturday night TUB Blue Grass Special tho morning local train on the Cincinnati Southern will run from Cincinnati to Moreland instead of Junction City This change has been decided upon and orders have been issued to put it Into effect next Sunday This will bo good news to our West End friends MR WM SEVERANCE is moving his stock of goods into tho handsome store room In tho Myers House block S Goldstein will occupy Mr Severances old stand and Cook Farmer the ton tonal artists will move their shop in tho old Commercial building to the room vacated by Mr Goldstein where they will open a firstclass barber shop with bath rooms attached CIRCUIT COURT Tho gentlemen who were summoned from Mercer county to act as jurors in tho caso of tho Com monwealth against R E Leo Sims arrived early Wednesday morning and by 2 oclock in tho afternoon tho following 12 wero secured Messrs J W troves W C Matherly F G Hannah J W Watts JP Carr George Johnston F M Combs II P Doming B B Mitch ell G M Freeman II D Terhune Grant Vlvion Mr J S Owsley made tho statement for tho prosecution and Judge J W Alcorn for tho defense The other attorneys in the case are Messrs Harvey Helm Charles A liar din and W S Burch representing the Commonwealth and Judgo M C Sauf loy ahd Mr Robert Harding for tho de fense All of this week will be taken up with the trial of the case Em ATTEND the rink Saturday night j A No 1 good fa horse for sale J A fetes Stanford PURE Sisal and Hemp Binder Twine at lOc per pound E T Pence LOST Cameo ring From Mother engraved on inside Reward This of fice JUST received a car load of the Plo neer Wire Fence Seo ad E T Pence Tim tax books are now ready Please call and get Your receipt T J Hill sheriff GET a good dinner lho Stanford fair Mr Bonta the Perryville caterer will furnish it iTIIOSE subscribed stock in tho Lincoln County Fair Association are requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary WILLIAM WALLACE aged about 35 died in Upper Garrard quite suddenly though he had been ill for some time Ho was the eldest son of O T Wal lace prohibition nominee for a State office Mn W T STONE has opened his gen eral repair shop In the building on Mill street opposite J II Baughman S Cos mill and is prepared to do all kinds of repair work He makes doors blinds sashs etc and works on furniture but does not upholster Give him a trial POINTJames is on tho sick list Farmers are behind with work on account of so much rain John Brock is raising a crop of tomatoes for tho McKinney Canning Co Geo Cof fey is doing a good deal of sawing with his new mill at South Fork M D Wall and wife who have been visiting relatives here have returned to Lee county where ho Is working for the Spotswood Lumber Co Elmer Gilliland and General Brown went to Stanford on business R J Hoguo and daugh ter Miss Della have returned from Ca soy county where they have been vie iting relatives S C Alford and tam fly were guests of W G Routen and- wife C Brown spent Sunday with his brother J T Brown Mr Demo nis of Boyle county was the guest James VanArsdale Some friends John A Dean were hero from Garrard looking for stock C Brown and wife attended the burial of their little niece at Wayncsburg Mrs James Bastin r1or Pittsburg who is in bad health is Cumotcnhelm were guests of Mrs W M Murphy Miss Theresa Bunch has re 11turned from a visit to the family James Bunchard James Taylor spent a few days with tho homefolks Vic tor Gilliland spent several days with his parents at Eubanks Mrs Martha Walls who has been confined to her bed for several weeks is improving We aro sorry to say that there is some whisky drinking hero yet and it is to be hoped an investigation will bo made and the violators of the local option law brought to justice MR W II SHANKS Who will bo tho next Representative train Lincoln county in tho General As sembly Ie M Dcdman has a wonderful two Jersey heifer In 21 milkings she gave 354 pounds ofrich milk which is over 16 and 910ths pounds at each milking or an average of 4 gal Tuesdaylastgallons and 5 pints Harrodsburg lien ald r qa In a test case at Bristol Tenn Chancellor Haynes declared tho Pen dluton whisky law to be constitutional This means that Knoxville Bristol and Jackson will join tho column of dry citiesJustice Luther M Goddard of Colorado was the principal witness Wed nesday in tho Haywood trial at Boise Justice Goddard produced in evidence the bomb with which Harry Orchard tried to kill him Several other wit nesses corroborated portions of Orch ands testimony The Interstate Commerce Commission will investigate the charges brought by a Philadelphia shipping firm that tho HamburgAmerican Packet Company has built up a complete monopoly of eastbound traffic originating in Chica go and is maintaining a monopoly in restraint of trade He Fired the Stick I have fired the walkingstick 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 tho sore and made mo a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by Pen ny druggist 25c PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hairIIe L N TIME TABLE No Mouth 11J1 PM No si south tao rM No 21 North 4SM A v No K North 217 v u JOS S RICE Agent Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office POSTED iWe whoso nnmei appear below strictly hunting llstilng or uny kind of tree paining on our pluce and will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of tile Inw IlrolrHolmelrAU J Hofmitnn thrld JncubN u Klmare lllIrlllolTltlllnnI CurpenterJllcohllntJAshlock 00 Gayer Fred Handorf MrsMPendleton- W Uordlsr J Nevlti Carter Peter In mi r J B Cninenlsch DuughurtyJMprattJii J W Peak II F Martin Mciter A 1itxton W Iltoutt LindsayJrAlexTooiwr Mrs Mnry IVnples Mrs Walttr Warren MM1 Mitttle White HpoonauvreIII F Lawrence A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels begivenpills or tablets when the bowels are constipated and neither should any ruedclue be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Its purity nnd mildness it especially adapted to young peoples use It works gently but sure manytonicsysternevery way DoiMayfieldher baby regularly and that she would not be longtimeremedytorliver trouble diarrhea colic worms and the andbowelsand by Its use a homo cure at wry little cost Is easily brought about anddothatDrseehowuseIncent bottle hat often restored an entire family FREE TEST Those wishing to try DrCHi Walls SyniD Pepsin before buy byremedyhave never taken It Send for It If you hive any OeI1lJeslretTHEPUBLICtl OR IAlDWELlS SYRUP PEPSIN This product Mars purity guarantee 17 Washington 0 G1 SDLi HI GO TO Tribble Hughes Successors To L M Huey Co For Fair Goods A full line of Lawns Percales Dimities SwUees Linens Fane Parasols and Lung Gloves Just the thing for the Fair Give us a call and wo will eave you mon cy TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156fOpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY NECKWEAR floc tfltrr I ALL THE NEWEST- THINGS t W B Perkins 1Crab Orchard Kentucky E Ta PENCE STANFORD KY 11 A Good Position For You i The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let us help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Department of the Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able lo ac complish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford cu tteondclat maurr- l12BL2sUD TOBSDAVS AND WJUOAYB r SI00 PER YEAR CASJ- rWhen not no paid 1100 will be charged A Nice Home for Sale toolltny house and lot In Cmb riclflrOrchard Broom ono nerd of land w and barn and nil necessary outbuild w In Rood h A lot of excellent fruit Well on illiCit punt J D HTKKNIIKKOISX Oran Orchard NOTICEJack and WI Any one needing n union order with T I- Newlond theirStretcher con Ienve lie hoe one he will at tnnford will nilunder and how you oml take your the aimeon bort nolle D TIUNSORD NOTICE mptnfMpringaeftuntett6 tnlle Iollih 01 l H R It of MlddlelJurg pike ontoleKlnneyand on Iwhich hock ran tho dolly except of Rheunu- r now open KldnelIImlder IInd 01 810m- acb tIm Lher uItheumatlam- F und Dowel Troubles nt reosounble rates For pnrtlet Jan andtenuaaddreasF3IH131H1ror I1FDflux tt EaD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store it the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Fire Lightning wlnd and and Aooldent the STRONGEST Poi + BEST Rites Guaranteed Jtep Lon Paying lien ordlUutqualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when thereWhy buy la eo utile dUfolCnce In the price uf measure ready made suits exertencedtnn5rtI have n taken by an handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I can low business suit to Tronl the ers aceeaFnyVsts company I represent it second to none HO HUPLEV The Tailor Stanford Ky BLACK HAWK xhitepolptaIL3IIlniUlshighwillservoJru nets at liMO Ddareparted witchor fella InsurancePals fortore at 1rI per month Not hull and see wellmYJacks as r insteadgo on the Missouri of telling you I will take pleniure In show ing nil mule luck and Jennet I will nlio stand my jock eylon for HOO to Iniure I living co on fewrraaree Black Hawk Will also wnre a colt Inde ndeuce KIMIVMtl Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Attention Given Commercial MenSpecial ood Ulgsnt Uensomiblo Hates Stock Pens In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery UDIOlln6 and Hteanl Ing1nea Machinery and HoW Mllla ItThreshing will to see us before you buy Also commliilon salesmen for all econd machinery I w1 CeeaTy Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c aTANFOeDsKENTUCKY OfSce Phone 187 Rome Phone 33 JLBeazleyCo rrlPaIiOrtaa Undertakers anti Embalm erStAlso Dealers in Furniture MnttiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right BTANFORD KENTUCKY Stater HIGHLAND How Is this for warm weather 1 J S Young Is building a new barn N W Sampson bought a 10toClambs from various parties here last week J II Baughman and A A Crutch field bought three tows here at 15 to 30The Sunday school of the Christian church will hold their childrens day exercises the second Sunday In July to which everybody is very cordially Invit edThe remains of Milton P Hubble who died at Lakeland Asylum after being there only three days wero laid away In the cemetery at Mt Moriab church of which he was a member tor many years after services by Mr J C McClary of Stanford A hoitof friends and relatives attended the burial Mrs Florence Hall of Lexington attended the burial of Mrs Marshall Hutchison Gene Hutchison and wife have returned from IllinoisOIThere is no place like home H H Walls and son Sam went to Lancaster Il18t week to visit his sister Mrs Gastlncai Rev S M Carrier of Bethel Ridge visited his father a few days since Messrs F J E F and D G Young Misses Annie Carrier and Nettle Reed E E and John Young and Hudson Carrier attended the Childrens Day meeting at Bethel Ridge Messrs Fellmj of Indiana and Ross of Scotland who have been attending school at Berea vere the guests of Misses Fannie and Maud Hatfield Elbert Young is attending the Students Conference at Danville Mr and Mrs Manfred Chev ilette of Ludlow have been visiting her parents for several days Misses Grace Brady and May Jones of ifanford are the guests of Misses An nie and Susan Butt Mrs Mack Walls if Lee county and Mrs Cicero Gooch of Waynesburg were here last week to see Mr Daly Hutchison FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALETwo young Polled Durham bulls both red A W Carpenter foreland KySFour thoroughbred Berkshire pigs ubject to registration for sale J A Istes Stanford A No1 milk cow with second calf for sale A splendid milker W L IcCarty Stanford Black Polled Angus bull two years old also two young Jersey bulls for sale T W Kinney Junction City Ky There were about 50 cattle on the larket at Georgetown Monday Bid ding was spirited and prices 4 to 5 cents per pound ESTRAY A red heifer weighing bout 400 pounds left my place about lay 15 Liberal reward J T Wells tripping Springs The farmers of Scott county are complaining of white clover It has taker the pastures and while it is good graz Ing it has interferred with gathering Blue Grass seed A reporter in search of a story was walking through needle factory The ye making section interested him a littleOil dont see be saidOIhow you manI age to bore holes in these extremely fine needlesWill give me a hair from your head said the man at the boring ma chine Though the reporteralas he was no longer youngcould ill spare a hair he implied Here you are said the workman and in a jiffy he bored an eye in the hair threaded it and returned it to- its to make a story for you- he it will make a paragraph theI reporter agreed JIThe Magic No3 Number three is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parrls of Cedar GroveI Me according to a letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to Und relief I tried Electric Bitters and as result I am a well man today fhe- first bottle relieved and three bottles impleted the cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver and kh1ney troubles by Penny druggist Howell Do you know that it has been said you shouldnt read a book that is less than a year old YowellThere Is no danger of my reading a book that is less than a year otd As soon as I buy one somebody borrows it and keeps it Illustrated Bits There has never been a case of ty- phold fever or appendicitis known to de- vetop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water hasbeen used constantly because it keeps the whole sys tem In perfect order Do not be Imposed upon There are Imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites genuine Diamond Brand Isnt catarrh the most disagreeable disease you ever had Breathe Hyo mels medicated air and got quick relief and lasting cure Sold by G L Penn Eight miners yere killed by an ex ploslon of gas at the Johnson colliery iceburg Pa Jorj if if clcffsi vRaNnS 4rueJaleu U1J1I1UI1tU JJUIIIWr11Jt1 Every Man His Own Doctor The averago man cannot afford to employ a physician for every slight ailment or Injury that may occur in his family nor can ho afford to neglect them as so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin has been known to cause the loss of a limb Hence everyman must from necessity be his own doctor for this class of ailments Success often depends upon prompt treatment which can only behad when suitable medicines are kept at hand Chamberlains Remedies have been In the market for many years and enjoy a good reputation Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com foricoughsChamberlains Pain Balm an anti septic liniment for cuts bruises burns sprains swelling lame back and rheumatic pains- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for Constipation biliousness and stomach troubles- Chamberlains Salvo for diseases of the skin One bottle of each of these five preparations costs but 125 For sale by nil druggists Tom Lawson Is said to have made 2600000 the other day by not buying a copper mine Wo refrain from buying copper mines every day In the year without gaining anything by ItRich mond Register pepS- trengthens the digestive organs t If Mtona boxlwillCentral KentuckyIi Real Estate ExdianiS TITLE CO No 11230 acre farm J tulle of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling S room two tenant houwi two bam well iprlnj nfir dwelllog firm III high slew ol cultlTiilan IW sets river Woos land good fencing fruit etc lrlc IIOUO an so- nNor1Ankfirm at IUjhlinJ Kwtlllmprov 4 well watered etc Price Ijoo i tacKi of Ian Jon Jamestown rod south o Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about tj acres In timber an j restlll gin A laree new time dwell tag also an oU dwelling on place A new barn an1 wooljonts It Is well watereJ and the fencing II good On public rosy Prlc ttjooo No 1MA ZlI acre horn blay on Dli river near Crab Orchard About 70 n cuMTallon and 45acres ln pasture rI In good timber Abou 73 bearing fruit treet oo the plan t itorv a room dwelling Ordinary liable and and a ny good tenant house The buildings are In vcq good than but the fences are not The plies h watered tiy S ntter falling iprlngi Ibis li a good tock farm and It offered at a bargain 1rln onli fJOOOO No 19i170 acre farm near lluitontllle Doe dwelling and barn a portion of this plan could be told for town lots It la watered an the fencing and bulldlngi are In good condition ThUIou i of the best larmi In the county Thi all Is rich soil will product hemp etc Iran lOtTostory tissue dwelling 7 room hall IDol rand a Oood garden fencing end house U good repair Foruiorrant Ilio reaaonabl No 35house and Are acres of laud In McKn nero K Necessary outballdtnn Fencing good ind well watered Will sell tbli place on eat term No TS29 acre of good land ill rooms two story dwelling well wateredgoaltuhelhg lib the suburb ol the city ol SunConl clue lo UradfJ icbool and eiurcbei ThU a desirable bom Price reasonable No 376 room yam cottage and one acre land In Klnnrlll Ky Lore barn amok house tc All buudlDgi and fencing In good repall Price 110- 0No2OI67 I acre of land cottage of 4 rooms good hill and i porcnei Good barn and other necmary outbuilding Fencing and bnlldlngi In good repair flic well watered a ipUndld well at house etc Laud it all level and produces well Young apple sad peach orchard Tali li about S mike Irnm town Price JSOO No IlIJA 220 acre firm In sic Wijnubuig lection about itntlvi tram i rail rod station lose to put omcu stores churches etc Lays Iwlween 2 county roadi Rural Free VelYfr Route by place tour room log house a iplendld barn ItxlC let taxing and bn two good abe It watered with neTrrfalllng iprlcgi anil a run ning branch through the p ace It hai good fear ing and outbullJIno Prir two Term ey Wo 2ostoo acre farm iltuatcd on tlie Wijnif MIX and ML Vernon road almat miles tail of SSsyhrburg Has a lIroom cage etc Tbl place belong to gentleman la Cliturnle and will sell li cheap add on easy Urui NO 115 A nice large store room and dwelling hoe coniliilngot icreril nicely furnlibrd roomi good lura awl lot and all Decenary Mai- ntrrtinSlanfonlright fl li la good repair situated on InIbebuslnw portion of own Tbli property will be aold of a bargiln IUd II a splendid oppurlunlty lo tome one desiring to o In builnm For store and dwelling being ouiblned will be a great using m rent etc Ho S0 4 acres ul land near Crab Urchard 2l9On vacant lot In Junction City at outbeait comer of lucui and Cirofton street routing fret on Oronon street and running outh on Lucui itiwt feet Price f IM cab No 22I Hoiu Iud lot on Logan street In Htao loro Hood garden etc Everything la good re- orlr Price flCOO No 69 Twoitorr frame dwelling of six rooms tohalls Ttrands well at door and all other ece airy outbuildingt Also large blackiinllh hop and shed lull length of shop and fie wide This property will be told at a my ow price No lISA farm of 354 acre iltuated aboutiT rliee from Staufoid and 3 wlle from Crab Urel the weirs of Cedar Crtek The place la cut In bout IJ flelJi and can lx lubillrl Jed About 230 crei Is In cultiiitlon timber lumdent to keep up place ne and oueba story frame dwelling ol I room halK liorche etc Two guud Ice house rni gnn ry corn nil etc Place la well water el twu IIQI toro at the door running stream brough farm All bullJIngi In goal ibijie except turn feuclng fair file 145 per acre Terms e 22SNlc 4 room cotllIl lad acre of land rated ab nit I mile troin Shvlnr City The house- Jonenstl500 will Mil ihli pine for 1100 No g60aerea54mtlearum Junction City tory room fume dwelling gnat lurn rilbi nuke horse vtc All gMet ropalr loc uJIng toeing T IIcr In gran ant 35 scot In cultira Ion nod orchard of peaches pluuu appln etc A splendid grape Harbor tflM lln grapes In nf Near ilice close to school churches ant well watered medicated well at houia and lock well at barn clc Price H6W- No 7800 acre otlsnd near Junction Cltyeutln grlll Ityuuugorehsrdandoneoftbebest grape har ion Kentucky of Tipw latt year watered and fencing good Hone to icbool and oburchn A twoitory ill oom fume dwelllne good barn crlbi etc all In good repair Prlc Wm No 151100 acre farm about mile this tide of hilby City room oottase 2 larches No good cellar under the kitchen of Wlcrlbetc Building are In good repair and the fencing are tnoderalt Two springs and good and on place About 49 acres In timothy and lover rest In woodland Trice J5 30000 No 70Ton acre of land two story front cot age seven rooms halls etc House U new a good inlen and iplendld orchard ol 1JJ acre fencin- goaltwoatablelbuggtbousesmoke house etc goolmlll on Ihe bynatlII In good repair Will sell tbe property at a low gore or lease It iJi Phone 72KlBS iI Ky Also a barrel mill In Mercer county Ity on Suit Ulrer Steam power new up todate In every particular and d wo nf with ImproTetuoiit JO acres of ODe and close to Southern railroad Price 10 000 No 131 Cottage In Ucca Ur 77 feet front a 300 feet deep All nuriury outbulldlogi uPlbarn Everything II nw and In good ahale Cu tags contains room hall yeraodllback porcb and ballwvllt Close to Ie Trice I2JOO00 No 28 Prime hotel Urge rooms double uran dai hallway Ftc A tare 2 story itorro fronting street test Irom hotel italn lulll bleforaw log 2 nice cottage nlcelylurnbneol papered and punted rooms and veranda each on same used u ll stable 0004 garden VaeantlotadJolning5a feet front by 00 feet Alt of this property la In London and la a fine chance for ionic one to make moo Poprlelor hai refused to rent property fur month OaaccountoIllhelthofhla wIt loul reason for irlllDK proprietor dcilre to ncbaDls for farm In Lincoln county No 73A small farm of 73 acre of good Iud located close to town lrlcf22SO No 84110 icrei ofland one mile from Somen KycutlnKTen Heidi Forty acre In eultli lion 40 acres In paiture balance In timber 011 Of contain wren rooms Lane baru and all oec vary outbuihltnga Fences and buildings n plell t ripair Well watered Prlc JJdOO No 25161 acres of land In Patti county Ka ant mile trout Arkau river lisventyscresoflan1 li river bottom nntClaia land and In gran Tbli land U for Ial or caching 3J acres In Allen county Ky on raU road and pike about 30 aero cultivate about 1251n timber and grass and abou 150 In pram Timber on place Is cut to 15 Inches but will make barrel timber Ihlng lea ties and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A large part Is reno ed There are foqr dwellings of I root each and one store of twosturiee with rooml above has well and springs of water Is In 2 miles of countT seat and grows tobacci corn wheat grates ore for Ooeha cash No 7010 UrN ofland twoilory front cottar 7 rooms ball etc Howe li new a goal garde sod splendid orchard of one and one half acre fondue good two table buggy house mob house etc A good well on There lulw a goat mill on the place a good cruiher In mill II run by natural rower which U great and the ism li In splendid repair this lCOaomI Is tttuated In one of the lot fuming Ih county about Imiles from Stanford there ilwati a read sale for the Sour sod meal at aground Wwill sell Ibis place for ttWO It It a bargain the alone rouM nut be up fur tnli DloaerINo 227 About acres of land I mile lrom Lancaiter A good dwell Icraburcbarkon necessary ulblldlol Place cheMaceion Ky IUd Jail made up hit mind to sell IhU Taro iranMlng mineral water tight on place It be bought at a bareiln ne lot a plceIluo 117A firm of HiOitrr about 4 miles from lays well and well watered A goad Ion of tbe farm In blue rasa A vomfortabl Iwlllo and a large hOlD This property U on I plendlJ pike close lo Kbouli etc 11 Sit ore DARE ALL NO 2086 TbO combined ulnlllon will make n limit t want IW7 nt Ijiwn Mm stock Fern tiatllVet of Hiittonvllle on th Iradfonltvllle A Iluitnnvllle pike nee nrponter Htatlon nt f to insure n llvlnr tilt Mnre traded or nirte l with forfeit niurance and money Uiome due nt tltn uf luoli transaction Ilen retained on rol Ill KMUOII liptild Mares Rnued nt gist i noiitb bun fed If ilvilmtnl rcanonabl mm muit lee paid liefore removal of mrtt Mars entruntKl will rcroivu HI T onal iittentlon but w will not Iw re 1Ilble for nccldenti oreicapo 1EscktfTIUNFarinlln lV hand b with one front and rent tar wltlportboulder nnd with great 11leoni onewouh1 xHct front rviidiiiK hll wdlgtre lutlllI one tine feet and legs wonderful atninlna tlr liv usher under Muldlfl and In nrnesa with that graceful movement that bugs to hint by Inheritance froino IonIC II lie uf Ih fIIIOUS ancestry of Inlhlll hOrl the world hRS ever prO vc IKnmHKKK Mlml by lilgnUy Dare Vi 0111 A H IL It ho by heater Imn lao by lllack Hqulrrvl M IIP h Illnck Kn lel fie hy King Wllllnm by Wnih luton Ifciiuuirk ftl he la Ullilltl iKniiuurk ho by IXMimiimrk I III ilntn Kniiuu Mu by Ibrl Hiulrr M lad dHiil by Mol eUiMxl by KliiR Wllllnm rr Srd dnm by Dignity b tint dnn- lyWelekbonasvATII II h It lto by wii- nn Welch he by Hniiiblitonlnn ul duet by Alidullah Meitvnxvrilrddaiiiiijr illl4 Vention- tIrxAHktiIn offering that irrvlrri of linn All to the take ixciulon to isle without iiniumptlonthut I have lien 1 of fuiuv Middle hors for tyrnrcnmlexwrbtirrhastaught me know nnd apprvoiHlr n rule lithe result of careful lutlnstn- kgbrewdingniHlrouHwlanaaurwlrut tiling the very tet mum lout million the Hint hsie MlTiirdcd Iar ryllll nbout It pr rent of King William hlOtl n givnter Ir cent thou nay itallloii III service In the Htnto King William twin giirdiHl as preeminent chit saddle utbnntesllorse All be Ih- nuw coming fnmoui iMnnlty liar fie In- lurll by tlteeler flare followlnii n long lot of sire every one n gnat how horse out uf mure that were iMjunllr us fnliinu nl Ihul iiiiire i nml his dam riinnl1 Mr the vnteit show altar we evr owmtl fu1 1111 for ber we think intltlihll1II1I 10 the eareful coiiKlderntlou of nil Ih breed ra We think him tin griindHut how borer Sts him before tsaktg your IIIlInll P A K PAHIKNTKU Phone lnreld nieHuitonvllle Kxclmngo KING EAGLE No MM 6 A H U Eagie li hnndi IVol lurk Ins with flowing nuiiif and lull gOO11I1I the gaits with plenty of iH eil styled notion IKDiniiKK Him by Itoynl King he oil Ttut 7ti lie by Htouewnll Jinknoll Itoynl Klnifn lit dnm Molllo Mounts 3111 win by tilt noted acre nblsdla UxIng K KiiglPn ht dam 1111 she Ill Kiigle Mint he by Old Kfng Kngle Aldiim by Hwl Mon Hnldniu by llurrU 1lIl11urk hv Inlets IVnnmrk lilt Hell slnillonincolis nil laving of silo unit hi i colt will dhow for tlKinwlvei King tn- gle will oink thu prevent lenxin of nt our IIhlhl two nml onehalf mile Vest of Hlolllonl1I1I tbe HhclbyOlty I Inw- Ilrleof IIJTO INHIt A IIvli110tro stand tin grant mule lacktJIM KKNK sired br the great rKtiliim by the Imp John Wells 2nd dnm hv Heeiber JlmKeonel Vft Iiiiiul blgh hluck with white pollltl1I grout mulu Illtk- JIIII ll11 will serve mare at flu TO IN THKA IIVINUOOlT ASHLAND BROOKI- No t 0117 A T H It bred by BIIIIIIltllek- er leortixtowll Ky AHIIIASH 1IIIOUK foaled IMil solid tiny with left hind foul- white gtiind 15H hinds lilali Hired b Hllent Hrook No Margarettttgotadv HHlllirooksl7W llott Htone tl Ijifly brook lri lID KunnliiK Hrook jaw Hllent Hrook by orrrl the sire of Hnnrchllf OIJ1Jlurkllighl1Iti Aliliiml h Ashland Wllkwi Mil record 1I3 the lIir eof John U Hontry rt KHllle inter OJ4 Ashland Vlike sired fey Hart VIkea he Wllke cud dnm Hide IIy by Irrtentler Itirt ant din by J1m- MllnrtotHIII DTK Urooklin bHndHime ftl- luw with lot of ub tnuee has buhl vfuy uf with lots of peel ityleunUiictlon rhlll cull should sire tome very hl few horII Aslilnml Jlrook will serve n out e milieu tl U keaton lit J16TI IXhtTHK A IVINOlOLT Will nUo tiind the grent mule and Jpnnttl- l1ck hIILLY KtKNKt fur utcri and- for TO IXrtUKK A MVINU lrT illllv Keene was sired by Tom en11 by the lap Palermo tml- dllm liy Levi Rubbles Prince the sire If- Joo Hliirklmm and llrlznulln Jlllly Keene full hands block with white 1IOIIIts and in lirtHilqr uniurm it l on or jvnnct Jack lili cult n worn brln- Ing highest prlciM Mures trailed part ltI with or bred elsowhero forfeit the linlir and mousy become duo at the tlmu or- lu11 oor further particulars call nn or nddresi T II HOI1T WOOUH Phone 72lnngit Htanfora oaeI1 Rirros IIICAND Snappy Clothes GrilTon Brand all wool Guaranteed Clothes are lead ers Try ours and be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Wickless Oil Cookl Stoves At weH HIGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky I USE ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE H FARRISSTANFORD KENTITKY A furnace in a nutshell heated or cooled in stantly the heat affects only what is being cooked The new PERFECTION OIL STOVE is what makes cooking in Summer a pleasure The cheapest and the best Call and examine it r Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky a 1 Giocerios Qticcnswarc Tinware iVc Main Street STANFORD KY AnnouncementIn view of the existence of many line watches including liorsotimers in Danville and surrounding community wo have secured the services ofI1n export watchmaker direct from a huge New York manufactory and mnkeA positive guarantee that wo can repair any kind over made If your watch is running u little out of order itnilmbly it needs oiling Many Quo instru Bents are ruined by continual running without oil A stitch in time saves nine Wo also repair and clean nny and nil kinds of clocks anti guarantee them to run when wo have finisliod our work There is no uso to send tiny kind of repairing away from homo as wo have these experts in constant at tendance nt our store Vcr positively do the finest expert engraving in this e section E H MURRAY Danville Kentucky 2 jn I4 JtJ IC Ii fv r w