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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n T YaF k 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNALn VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 25 1907 NO 33 I J Kentucky Educational Association h In its writeup of tho Kentucky Educational convention at Winchester the SunSentinel pays Prof J W Ire land of this place a handsome compli ment and Rives tho salient points of one of tho talks ho made as follows Tho discussion of tho Tenure of tho Teachers Position is in plain vernacular holding your job Pedagogics have reached such a status that most nod places are held by political chicanery or pull I advocato a throe or four years tenure in this position as well as in positions of other callings The al 4Iny pull has come to bo a necessary pedagogical asset A railroad man is chosen for an indefinite time and why not make tho trainer of minds as se t cure us tho minder of trains A busi ness man keeps his store for a long t r period that ho may become thoroughly conversant with tho different departments and avenues of trade The mind is a storehouse and the teacher should know tho different departments that he may help tho student to store knowl edge I maintain then that tho teach or should bo chosen for a term of years to stop this eternal annual pulling for positions or jobs You may say if tho teacher does his full duty tho position is forthcoming Not always is this tho ease for just as in politics a most ef ficient man is shelved for one unskilled because some ono has Imagined ho was unjustly treated Relieve the weary pedagogue of his solicitude for next year and he will cease to rovolvo in his mind slow can I make my calling an election sure l and can feel a sure ty la making some advance steps event t If they do not mature in ono year The judges of tho Supremo Court are chos en for life Tho reasons arc known to all Why not increase the tenure of tho teacher for the same reasons We can hardly hope for a lifo tenure but mako It longer Preachers aro called t from place to place not for more money but for longer opportunities and wider fields 7 The teacher is some times nothing more than a traveling mendicant leaving his stores at the feet of august boards annually Some times for just cause wo must admit We can not claim for ourselves such al truism as the last mentioned man but instead of the Eternal King calling us to wider and more inviting Cannans tho money king rarely however calls the footsore pedagogue to a more lu crative position Some schools suchas Owcnsboro Paris et nl have elected for three and four years This is a for ward movement that will sooner or lat er become tho rule and not tho exception Editor F J Campbell of tho Somer set Journal who is ono of the hap piest mated men we over knew writes The gospel of happiness is ono that overy woman should lay to heart What it means to a man to como home to bright cheerful wife no ono but i ho who has had to fight tho hard bat ties of lifo knows If ho is prosperous it is an added joybutit is in misfortune that it shines ke a star in the dark ness like tho sun in heaven A complaining negligent wife can kill the least bit of hopo and courage in a sorely troubled heart while a cheery ono gives new courage to begin tho light over and over again The old trite saying also despised because so com mon place that goodness makes hap piness is as eternally true as that day succeeds night and that It is only tho evil which creates miser- yRemarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fiction has onco moro been demonstrated in tho little town of Fedora Tonn the residence of C V Popper He writes iI was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and allhopo l had fled when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant t 1relict came Tho coughing soon eons ed the bleeding diminished rapidly and In three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed euro for coughs und colds jOe and el at Pennys drug store Trial bottlo free Tho question of whether tho Stato may grant a saloon license in a district in which local option has been voted where tho city license extends over a longer period than tho State licence is to bo presented to the County Judge of Warren county when application is mado by a saloon for renewal of its Stato license It is contended by tho prohibition side that tho Stato licenso may not bo renewed and tho saloon must close Do Not Neglect The Children- At this season of tho year the first unnatural looseness of nchllda bowels should have immediate attention The best thing that can bo given Is Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar ti rhoea Remedy followed by castor oilk as directed with each bottle of the remedy For solo by all druggists rt H Here and There Prof W R Harris purchased of Alvin J Ovcrstrcet 263 acres of land for 6000 and other considerations Jessamine Journal Tho wheat market was dull during the last week and the only feature was tho report that hot winds had dono great damage in Kansas this being behind tho bulls in theirboost prices Crops have shown well and give good promiseIn county Mrs James C Dearing has filed a suit for 10000 damages against Mrs Ida C Dearing her motherinlaw charging the aliena tion of her husbands affections and causing him to drive her from her homeRepresentatives oftho Stato of West Virginia held a conference in Washing ton regarding tho answer to be led by the State to tho suit involving mill ions tiled by tho State of Virginia The Supreme Court recently decided that West Virginia must make answer overruling a demurrer to tho petition Tho annual meeting of the Planters lroteclive Association of Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia which will meet at Guthrie Ky September 26 is creating much interest Tho manage ment of tho association has Issued a letter to its members asking them for tho usual contributions in the shape of money hogs and sheep It is said that preparations will be made to entertain 50000 people Besides tho baskets of eatables that will bo carried by the members living near by hogs and an equal number of sheep will be slaughtered for tho occasion 15 bar rels of pickles and 50000 trays will also be furnished SIXTEEN SPLENDID ACTS Great Free Attractions Secured For Big Blue Grass Fair Through an arrangement with Frank P Spellman of Cleveland Ohio the Blue Grass Fair will havo tho most remarkable program of free attractions ever offered in the South This pro gram will Include sixteen splendid acts each afternoon and each night It is tho same program dono by exactly the samo people which has been arranged for tno Ohio Stato Fair at Columbus ono of tho two or three biggest fairs of the entire country and ono which devotes special attention to Ita free at tractions These attractions will em brace practically all tho interesting features of a modern circus and the program will require about two hours for Its completion They will include Spcllmans troup of performing bears the largest troup of bears ever offered at any show They will include the great Valcntccnes tho most sensational trapeze and casting act which has been put before tho public in a number of years and a number of other at tractions equally good These attractions will bo a dally feature of tho Blue- Grass Fair from August 12th to 17th inclusive There has never been a case of ty phoid fever or appendicitis known to de velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps tho whole sys tern in perfect order Do not be im posed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites gen uino Diamond Brand The pugilist should kcepscrap book The burglaran entrybook Tho acrobata balancebook Tho motorista checkbook The cooka referencebook Tho miner a pocketbook The yachtsmana salesbook The magician a passbook The wifean drder book Tho husbandblankbooklIarpersI Tonight If you would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative olTect clear the head and cleanse tho stomach 1clco 2ft coots Sample freo at all druggists A few days since when Jim Morgan of Jasper Ind returned from his days work ho found tho following note on the kitchen table Dear Jim Goodbye dont cry after me for I am gone Glvo me a divorce as soon as possible Your supper Is in tho kitchen cabinet and five cents in tho drawer I anywayJim wifes wishes has sued for n divorce Colic anti Diarrhoea Pains in the stomach colic and diar rhoea aro quickly relieved by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists Tho wife of Paul Moore editor of the Bee is dead at Earlington NEWS NOTES Hubert Hawkins was fatally shot at Owensboro by an unknown foot pad There were six deaths and many prostrations in Cleveland 0 Saturday as a result of the excessive heat Tho Twentyfifth Infantry Negro regiment concerned in the Brownsville affair will sail for the Philippines in about six weeks William Cledinnc former member of tho Canadian Parliament and once Mayor of Montreal was cut in two by a train at Depew N Y Prof J E Mannix lato principal of the Garrard Graded School has accept ed the chair of mathematics in tho nor mal department of Berea College The employes of both the Postal and Western Union Telegraph Companies at San Francisco and Oakland walked out and a strike is on at both places Another batch of damage suits has been filed at Flemingsburg as the result of the recent wreck on the Cincinnati Flemingsburg and Southwestern railroad Frank Woller for 18 years clerk o the Municipal court of Milwaukee pleaded guilty to embezzlement am was sentenced to three years Imprisonment at hard labor The St Louis courts havo sustained the right of a Kentucky distiller to the use of the name Old Crow and is sued an order for an accounting for the violation of tho trademark The supremo Court of Tennessee handed down a decision holding that the new charter of the city of Memphis adopted at tho last session of the State Legislature is unconstitutional DeMolay commandery and its famous drill team were guests of the Eminence Masonic lodge at a big barbecue Rev Dr Eo L Powell was the chief orator andadvised following tho Constitution Tho Secretary of War will recom mend to Congress at its next session that an appropriation bo made establishing a fund for tho entertainment of of ficial foreign visitors at military posts At Jasper Fla W W Barton a carpenter shot and killed his wife three children and himself at his home Ono victim a child five years old survived long enough to tell that Barton did tho killing- A Federal Court jury in Rochester N Y returned a verdict of guilty against tho New York Central railroad on trial for failure to file rates on oil shipments with the Interstate Com merce Commission Twentyfive prisoners in the Jeffer son county jail have petitioned Gov Beckham to have them confined in the penitentiary at once so that their sentences may begin at once Among the number are several life termers Tho towboat Nellie sank in 20 feet of water in Clarks rivcrnoar Paducah and the Captain and crew escaped with difficulty It is believed that tho boat was scuttled and it will be raised to de termino tho cause of tho wreck The convention of the Western Fed oration of Miners at Denver practically agreed upon a constitutional amend mont providing for a referendum vote by any local union before a strike is called and requiring a twothirds vote in tho affirmative to authorize a strike Charles D Webb associate editor ofI the Bourbon News fell through a trap door in tho ofilco floor which had been carelessly left open and dropped a dis tanco of 10 feet sustaining painful bruises about tho body Mr Webb used to work in the INTEWOK JOURNAL of ficeA plan to build a big paper factory n Kentucky on the cooperative plan was seriously considered at the meet ing of tho Kentucky Press at Estill Springs The idea AssociationI ply every paper in Kentucky paper and thus reduce tho price nearly onehalf Thomas E Walsh and Arthur Bon homme employes at the Chicago stockyards were arrested on charges of con spiracy to violate the government civil service laws It is alleged that Bon homme passed a civil service examina tion in order to obtain for Walsh a po sition as Federal meat inspector- Dr I J Eales of Belleville III who began a fast of 20 days to test his theory that his health would thereby bo benefited has completed the stipu lated time Ho decided however not to eat anything until his appetite de manded food and will continuo to fast until he gets hungry Tho fast has re duced his weight from 100 pounds to 1701 pounds Ho attended a banquet sniffed the appetizing viands and served the chicken salad himself but ate nothing Totter Cured- A lady customer of ours had suitor oil with tatter for two or three years It got so bad on her hands that she could not attond to hot household duties Ono box of Chamberlains Salvo cured her Chamberlains moll lames give splendid satisfaction in this community M II RODNEY Co Almond Ala Chamberlains medicines arofor sale by all druggists L tLh HUSTONVILLE Dink Jarmnn told to John Routt mule colt for 100 Crit Riffs sold to J J Allen 13 900 pound cattle at tic Mack Wheat of Valley View Tex is with relatives in Casey Dr Ed Alcorn sold tho Givens farm of 131 acres to Nevin Carter at 4250 Mrs Mary J Weatherford who has been ill for nine months has sufficient ly recovered to take short drives Rev II M Burk has been quite sic for tho past week Walter Carson has returned from a visit to his uncle in Tennessee W G Cowan sold to Monto Fox agent for Sterno Co New York a load of 1400poind export cattle for 51ct of Louisville and H G Cooks children of Knox villa ore with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Arch McKinney The masquerade rink Friday night was a very enjoyable affair some of tho costumes being especially good FridafY nightI tho horse sales hero lastweek k were two colts by Dignity Dare One was sold by James Reid to Bob More land for 350 and one bought by Bled soo Bailey at a handsome figure Rev S B Landers subject next Sunday morning Is there Upright eousness with God t Evening The Heavenly Inheritance Prayer meet presbYjterlanence Daniels The horse driven by Miss Efilo Drye last Thursday became frightened by a shaft breaking and began to kick and run Miss Drye was thrown out sustaining several bruises and a fractured arm Her many friends hope for her early recovery Rov H P Jackson who has ably filled the pulpit of tho Baptist church here for three months left Monday for Baltimore to become pastor of church thero His congregation hero by a unanimous vote expressed their thanks for his services and commended him to his new congregation Milton McCormack is covering him self with glory with the Lebanon Ind ball team The Lebanon Daily Reporter says that in a galne a few days ago he held tho opposing team down to one hit and struck out 14 men Ho com mands the unusual distinction of being able to pitch with either and Mrs H F Waller of Okalona Miss Is with relatives here Mrs Walter VanArsdale is spending the week with her parents in Cincinnati Dr George Day of Grant county will be here this week to establish a local organization of tho American Society of Equity The tobacco and wheat raisers should see to it that an organization is effected Conductor Ben McGraw is arranging to move his family to Moreland where the Blue Grass Special will stop over night This train leaving Moreland at A M and making connection at Dare ville going to and coming from Louisville will fill a long felt want of the traveling public An omnibus from here will meet all trains and wo hope that the game will be worth tho ammuni tionS D Yowell Brother bought the brick building of Newton Bros on the corner of Main and Danville streets possession in 30 days The entire low er floor will be thrown into one room and fixtures arranged to exhibit the lines of goods carried fhe stock will be greatly increased and new lines add ed The work of remodeling will begin next week Mr Newton and his excel lent family will movo to Lebanon Little Mary Sue Reese tho bright daughter of Mr and Mrs B A Reese of Newman Ga after two years and one month of earths pains on June 17 at Hustonville was touched by the hand of her maker and sleeping her spirit was returned to Him Who gave it Af ter an impressive service at the home in Newman she was laid to rest beneath a bank of floral offerings Mr and Mrs Reese desire to express their sin cere and heartfelt thanks to their many friends in Hustonville for the helping hand and kind to them in their great berenvementthol- oss of their only child A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodloo of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In tho past year I have become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried Jso effectually disposes of malaria and bilious ness They dont grind nor gripe 28c at Pennys drug store An excursion steamer carrying 200 passengers was blown into tho Kentucky miles above Henderson and in the which followed two women wero severely injured Tho worst case of Indigestion quick ly cured by Mlona stomach tablets A guarantee to return tho money If they full with every 50o box G L Penny MEATTHEaTHE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR KykJuly 17 18 and 19 07 Liberal Premiums In All Rings Storms Military Band Will Furnish the Music Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings Each Day of Fair Write for Catalogue IS T HARRIS J Fe CUMMINS President Secretary the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford I mucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B OtvJley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk er TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wnynesburg Ky First National I BankStanford ICy I Capital Stock 50000i This Institution wai originally eatabllihed ai the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized aI the National Dank of Stanford In 18CS and again reorganlied ai the First National Baik of Stanford In 1883 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It li better supplied now with facilities for traniacl Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its longand honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poratlons Solicited B 3 8 HOOKER Prtit BT HARRIS V Pre J J UcKOBEKTS Obr W H Directors Y Reid DanTllle T Hurl Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford n Banghman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Ja Robinson Hubble J H Baugbmsn Stanford J it Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Something To Tickle Thej Women Folks A Stove with tho largest avow thntyou ever saw and OlUo other extra good features oonihinod with a firstclass range throughout makes this Stove haul to beat If you aro in need of n Cook Stove do not fail to see mo before you buy All kinds Pumps from 150 up to 8150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tanner and Clumber W MoRoberts Officers WKABENAnUOhri ISTANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils 1 and TarnishesId fiv9ti PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded i The Interior Journal E c WALTON J T ROBERTS r Ii cnndldnte for MaRttrote In the Crnb Orchard Mnitliterlnl uutrlct subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER countlaubJectparty d M BRUCE fountlaubJectc party JAMES c HAYS countlanbJtctc party D C ALLEN for Aseeseor of Lincoln conl1 tyaubjecttothenctlonofthe Hvmocrntli party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Hager General John K r IHendricksFor State Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Cotpmissloner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trimble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VieelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks YOUNG ARTHUR P GORMAN of Maryland Is playing a bold political game says a Washington dispatch The stakes include two United States senatorships and the control of the Democratic party in the State His al lies are the followers of his father His resources consist of a large fortune considerable ability and a stoical nature In the inner circle of the party it is known that Mr Gormans ambition is to sit in the Senate as his father did The young man is opposed to anything Gov Warfield wants as he charges that the latter was treacherous to his father the late Senator Gorman The prospects are that the fight will be to a finish and hot and furious THE charge having been made that Atlantic City was suffering from race iisuicide the doctors took a census and an outlook for 200 babies while 100 arrived in the merry month of May Local doctors lay the responsibility for the increase in families to the general seashore prosperity The increase is showing plainest on the Boardwalk where the daily parade of baby coaches reaches size beyond all precedent HAGER will carry Kentucky for gov ernor by 27650 See how far the JOURNAL misses it Jessamine Journal Good Those are our figures to a t POLITICAL Former President Cleveland contin ues to improve and it is announced that he will be able to leave his bed In a few daysJ B Hannah defeated M M Red wine present incumbent for the democratic nomination for circuit judge in i the 32nd judicial district- It was announced that the Kansas Board of Railroad Commissioners has practically decided to issue an order putting a flat two cent passenger fare into effect Anderson county democrats will hold a primary Sept 7 to name a candidate for Representative William E Dow ling and Charles K Crossfield are the announced candidates Magistrate J A Cheek will perform the duties of County Judge pending the appointment by the Governor of a successor to the late Judge Nichols says the Danville Advocate Representative Livingston of Geor gia believes there is a chance at the next presidential election for a con servativeDOmocratandpicksHarmonof The Department of Justice is pre paring to investigate the labor agen cies which It is charged furnish labor for contractors in the South against whom peonage charges have been made t John Stewart a New York manu facturer in close touch with politics says Hughes will be the next president of the United States and believes New York will favor its own son rather than some man outside that State The memorial statue to the Hon Thomas F Bayard was unveiled Saturday at Wilmington Del with ap propriate ceremonies Letters from former President Cleveland and Presi dent Roosevelt were read and a number of speeches were made The Republican platform is a pot pouri of platitudes It declares for the county unit law but has no word for the enforcement of the Sunday law and demands certain reforms that the party would not give the people if by any chance its ticket should be elected There are 13 planks in the concern That makes it unlucky and we shall t from time to time show that It is un i WorthyFrankfort Journal t Ii Ek IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Bettie Stopher aged SO is dead in Mercer Hiram Burnett aged 18 was killed by a train near Dudley Rockcastl countyAttorney E V Puryear has purchat ed the Launkard property on Fourth street for 3000 Danville News The government road through Gun berland Gap has been assured and work will begin within the next few days The completion of the line is expected by Oct 1 While the road is only fiv miles long It touches three States Craig Gregg of Williamsburg was sentenced to a life term in the penitcr tiary for detaining a female This Is Greggs seventh convictlonfthrcetime from Laurel twice from Clay once from Leslie and once before from Whit leyOneof the largest gatherings ever held in Middlesboro will take place on July 812 when the fou county insti tute composed of Whitley Laurel Knox and Bell counties will assemble in Middlesboio Extensive preparations are under way for the event In Russell county Pete Duncan shot and killed Dave Mannn with a Winchester Mann was at work in his own corn field which is near Creelcsboro on Cumberland river It is reported that Duncan went to the house of Mann the day before intoxicated and abused Mrs Mann severely Robert Hocker the desperate Negro who assassinated Newton Veal of Fayette county came to Danville Tues day night and called at a residence on Walnut street He called for something to eat and after being supplied with food took to his heels He was recognized by a number of colored peo ple Danville Herald George W Settle one of the prom nent young attorneys of the Richmond bar residing at Berea was arrested charged with betrayal The warrant was sworn out by Miss Drucilla Mob erly also of Berea The young girl is not yet 16 years old The arrest caus ed a sensation Settle was released on SJOOO bond The factory of the Jessamine Bary tes Company has been completed and is in operation The mill is an immense building and has a capacity of 30 tons per day The company expects to Increase this The mines are located near Sulphur Well and the majority of them are running The company employ about a 100 men Because his wife refused to feed the chickens when told Thomas Doughett one of the best know Negroes of Rich mond struck her in the head with a monkey wrench inflicting fatal wounds The womans head was split wide open Doughett was placed in jail and threats of lynching were freely made among the colored population Sam Dizney was shot and instantly killed by his sister Louise at Grays Station Knox county The girl and her brother were playing with an old pistol which was thought to be unloaded when she pointed it at his head and laughingly asked him to surrender The weapon went off the charge lodging in the boys head The dead boy was about 16 years and his sister is 20 Junction City is an ideal point for a wholesale grocery and information has come to town to the effect that leading capitalists of that locality have about completed arrangements for the establishment of such an enterprise Such progressive business men as G D Weatherford J G Weatherford Jas D Shelby Ike Shelby J W Sweeney and D B McCullum are mentioned in connection with this progressive move ment With such men behind the undertaking it is sure to succeed Dan trille Herald CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston will preach at McKinney Sunday morning at 11 oclock Members of the Christian church at anville are planning for a handsome 10000 building Next Sunday evening a 730 oclock at Hebron will be childrens day and all are cordially invited to come and take part in the exercises Toney S Hatcher and Miss Louise Payne daughter of J T Payne formerly of Rowland were married at Lebanon Junction yesterdayI Rev Argabrite a talented and eloquent minister of Georgetown is con duct ng revival services at the Baptist lurch Large crowds are attending and much interest is manifested Lan caster Record- Capt D H Goyen the painter orator will lecture on Temperance at the Christian church Wednesday evening The old gentleman has a wonderful flow of language and a store of in formation and will doubtless interests hearers Eld Joseph Ballous sermon at the Jhristian church Sunday morning was full of common sense and thoughtful suggestions Thu old gentleman tho past three score and ten is yet full of m and vigor and his effort was a splendid one- Dosing the rtomach doesnt taro ca arrh of the head Breathe Hyoinoi and its healing medication goes to the very place where the catarrh germs are and destroys them Complete out fit II G L Penny sells on guaran tee I ih Irtty MiM 1tI to MATRIMONIAL moneyIIIJames H Pinnell of Somerset Miss Bessie Adams of Covington were married last week Pat Cook an L S N conductor Miss Dollie Elkins of Livingston were married at Mt Vernon Mrs Daisy Gordon Hanna was grant ed a divorce from Dan R Hanna son of the late Senator M A Hanna i Common Pleas Court at Cleveland O have been issued announcing IICards e of J 0 Russell of Columbia and Miss Jean Duncan at tho home of the bride McIIenry Wcdncs dayThe marriage of Miss Stella G Thompson of Mt Sterling to Maj E S Helburn of Middlesboro announced to occur at the residence of John S Frazier tomorrow Two daughters of C L Huffman of Somerset were married last week Miss Margaret to J C Minton oi Greensboro Indt and Miss ssadie to J C Kelley of Somerset It is reported that since several young ladies with red hair are going to the marriage altar this year those with dark hair are seeking a solution that will give their tresses a reddish hueLancaster Record George W Martin son of Mr B P Martin of Rowland and Miss Julia Hall the pretty daughter of Mr Mil ford Hall of Louisville drove to the home of Eld J G Livingston in the East End and were united heart and hand by that gentleman The groom holds a lucrative position with the L d N with headquarters at Corbin and his bride is one of Louisvilles popular young women Mr J E Wright of Stanford and Miss Nannie Reynolds of Shelby City were married at the Louisville Hotel by Rev J Q Montgomery of Liberty Mr Wright is extensively known thro out this and other States being one of the largest live stock importers in the country They will leave Friday morning for an extensive trip to Jamestown Washingtown New York and other Eastern cities After July 1 they will be at home at Mr Wrights stock farm near Stanford Courier Journal Two miles into the interior of a big swamp near New Orleans the headless body of Walter Lamana an Italian child between seven and eight years who was kidnapped and held for 6000 ransom wo weeks ago was found by police and vigilantes He had been strangled to death according to the confession of one of several Italians held by the police The boys neck is supposed to have been broken when he was strangled causing the head to become severed from the body when decomposition set in The head was found a short distance from the body Five Italians two of them women are under arrest charged with being accom plices to the murder Increased prices of oil in Kentucky have caused operators to branch out considerably and work is being extended into fields which heretofore have been overlooked the greater stakes encouraging greater risks Several good strikes have been made during the last week in Wayne county and extensive leases have been taken In Union county He Fired the Stick I have tired 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 the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by Penn y druggist Zjc Kentuckyillwhich is proposed to be constructed by OlympianSW est Liberty and other towns will be reached by the road which will be iboul 65 miles long Niagara Falls- Excursions VIA July 2530 Aug 10 and 17th Write H C KING G P A Lexington Ky for particulars tiWjtJfT 110 JJiJILUj cc Notice Butchers I Good refrigerator 6 feet high nnd 0 fllt wide for sail lit a bargain Also n lot butC lI r tool DIAna11A14llaltiUra lluitonvlllr Ky 50 Years An Agency5 The oldest in Central Ken lucky Get my hates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies llepre teulcd Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY Jesse W Sweeney rnoruiBTon Livery Food and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Take Our Standard Remedy For HcIntlenKhPumntUmInflnmmmoryKliru mutism Hull Ulipum IMitlon Kidney Trouble or nny dUenu from 11b pure blood lltmiemlitr If tiikvniicrontlnK to direction and he or he Is not leneatrt by the we or the remudv will rfuml our money by to any address on r of 16 Knofi pnckngi withroutiiliK an doses a nBlltervd gumnil tee For tale by Reuben Agent Jtcllnney Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale with to soul my f rn11 miles West of llustonvllle from e and lnrpel ter1 Htutlon cnnlslifRof15tcresof rlcll blur gnus or tobacco In grass Tills farm con tit iu llv dlv ded to advantage so in to have n Rood ilwolllna on ench piers nUo ntcr Mirjr outbuilding The fnrin Ins nlmoit In n Miunns only oiu angle in HUM There nn tnr H taco I good toUicro tern i itnblM tenant bouee good wntor In every field six liutlna springs with 3 ilrvnmi running through whole trust J TEELE pA KSTBH- HuMonvlllts Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farms containing 2 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land Is hoe hemp and tobacco land made- last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never falling 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 if soldwithin the next 60 days S cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky Juno 7 1007 One drop of BM1M dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm anti relieves the chicken Instantly When fed In the feed or water it is the best preventive I have over used WILL LOOM ES B4114 is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Roup and Limber neck Price 00 cents No euro no payTR1BBLE PENCE Undertakers land- EmbaImore STANFORD KV Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Hugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Henley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY I5O Rex In the United States bavonot heard of tbeConrlerJourual Democratic In all things fair In all things dean In all lags i It U essentially family paper By a arrangement we are enabled to of COUIUEKOURNAL one ter the WEEKLY rand this paper for the price named abOfe Bend your subscription for the com- bInation to usnot tc the CourierJournal p w 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 a- tX350 I 4 and 5 I LADIESMis- ses and Childrens Low Shoes in White Vici and Patent Kids light and heavy soles straight and swing lasts in Pumps Oxfords ann Buttons w 4 l1raria H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY How fo Keep- Cool I No doubt this worries you n great deal but all you have to do is to try some of our Talcum Powders We have it at 10 1C and 25 cents PENNYSi DRUG STORE Btnpford Kentucky New Drug Lawt elm sus As passed by Congress under the Pure Food Act ofJune 3 1906 has not effected our business We adopted our motto Only the Best long before Congress thought of such an Act Call on us for fresh Colgans Taffy Tolu and Dr Hass stock and chicken ders powf LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris Green K When you want Parjs Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO tLadies Low Shoes eeler Yo have nil the new Leathers new Lasts nUll Styles in Black Tnn and While Men l Look nt our Warranted Patent Leather Shoes None better none with more style I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD Kv TrNF 25 UJOi TRY somo of Pennys Ico Cream Soda Water 6c Sundaes lOc SuNsniNB Finish will make old furniture look like new Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS fMISS EUZADETII JONES is quite sick SAM LEVITAN spent several days In Louisville A B ELKIN of Lexington was hero Sunday LBSUB ANonuiON spent several day at Lebanon MRS I11 MARTIN of Rowland has been quite sick Miss LUCY SIMPSON of Louisville Is with friends here GFOUGB FRITH of Drodhcad was with Lester OUannon MIss MALINDA STONE Is in Crom Mlwouri with relatives MISs HARMAN Still of Paris Is with Miss Nancy Yen er Miss LIIUB MARTIN of Somerset Is with Miss Josephine Brady Miss SUE ROUT of Lexington apent Sunday with her parents hero Mils W N CRAIG and children ie t I turned to Middtcsboro Saturday Miss CARTER is back from Indiana oils where she hue been teaching GEORGE MEN FEE has gone to Pitti burg Pa to work during vacation f PllitSODEN of Louisville is with t the family of Col W Hurt Dodderer MR SAM FULKERSON of Middles boro spent Sunday hero with his wife MRS W S DENHAM spent n coup of weeks with Boyle county relative Miss FANNIE BROWNSTEIN of Louis vile is the guest of Miss Rosa Goldstein MISS MARY CRAW HAYDEN of Paris Is with her aunt Mrs Mary Drown A II WALLACE of Shelbyvilk spent Sunday with his mother and sU tor her- oIn Jos F PETTUS and wife o r Springfield are with relatives in tho East End Mss ANNIE E HANSFORD and chip ren of Somerset aro with relatives at McKinney MRS JAMES MERSHON Is up Cram t Lebanon Junction with her mother Mrs llalce- J0R LYNN CoFFEY went up to London Saturday to twirl for tho Lexington ball team MESSRS E P WOODS and J Noyii Carter went to St Louis yesterday buy more horses MRS E D KENNEDY who is III Louisville infirmary is doing nicely are glad to state MIss BYRD ANDERSON of Crab Orchard is visiting her sister Mrs J B Collier at Somerset WILLIE MCCARTY returned ycstcrdaj from several weeks stay with hb grandmother at Ludlow Mss SUSAN YBAGKR was able to be down town yesterday much to tho do light of her many friends MR CHARLES II NORTH of Cincinnati has been tho guest of friends here Jessamine Journal MRS SAM FULKERSON of Middles boro and Miss Lee Bobbitt of Danville were guests of Mrs W T Smith MR EDWIN WOODSON is with his grandfather Mr 0 J Crow at Tur nersvllleDoylo County Herald SEND me tho I J another year cant think of doing without it writes Mrs T C Carter of Lawrenceburg MRS J G LIVINGSTON of tho East 1 End returned to her homo Saturday after a visit to Mrs J G Carpenter MIss PATTI WEAKLEY an nttrac tivo Shelbyville belle was tho guest of Miss Mario Maschoolmateher former hony yesterdayIMR J G FRITH Carrie Frith of Brodhead came down yesterday to attend the burial of their relative William OBannon Miss LUCILB COOPER who has been visiting in Los Angeles Cal and returned home Saturday much 11ointa delight of her many friends JAMES MC LVAIN OWSLEY won tho nrize at tho Danville rink a few nights Since It was n character contest and Mr Owsloy represented a Scotchman MRS URIAH ALBRIGHT and daughter Miss Dessio of Lincoln came up Wed nesdav to attend the burial of the baby of Mr and Mrs John GentryMt Vernon Signal MR J R MOUNT and brido left Fri day for Rocky Mount N C to reside fV tions number have beenngivenfn social their hon since their return from MR AND MRS S It COOK are over from Lexington MRS M A JOHNSON is back from McKee Jackson county PROF It S EUIIANK of Lexington is conducting tho teachers institute at Mt Vernon MR J E JOHNSON left Monday fo r his home in New Orleans Mrs son will remain during tho summer LOCALS RINK tonight BINDER twine at 9Jc per pound at G Singletons JUST received car of American fenc- Ing Goo Farris t A No1 good family horso for sale J A Estes Stanford FOR Dccring mowers binders and ha rakes go to J L Bcazlcy Co LostCameo From Mother engraved on inside Reward This of TiceMOST shoo polishes injure leather ours Improve It Cummins Mc Clary THE Crab Orchard Odd Fellows In titutcd a lodge of Odd Fellows at Mt Vernon last week WARE McKoiiEirrs will open n skat- Ing rink in tho Blue Front storeroom at Lancaster tonight WATCH fortho big ad of hang Mighty Trained Animal Shows in another issue of the JOUIlNAL CALLIB MULLINS son of ExSheril W G Mullins died In Hockcastle Sun day aged 25 Ho had been a suflfere from paralysis a year er THE Casey News says that Liberty will have a fair this year The exact date has not been decided on but tho exhibition will be held in August THOSE who subscribed for stock In tho Lincoln County Fair Association aro requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary- LicumiNa struck a tree in the bnck Yard of Mr B D Carters home on East Main street Saturday afternoo and tore it to pieces Several person in the vicinity of it were slightly shock ed Tile Stanford Laundry Company or Stanford filed articles of Incorporation with the Department of Secretary of State The company has 5000 capita stock Tho Incorporators are W II Shanks W K Warner and J T Morris of this place MR W IL TRAYLonis putting in a Ii0 horse engine in the Dix River Rolle Mills which will furnish enough power to run tho machinery at u high rate oC speed Under the management of Mrj A D Parsons this property of Mr Traylora is proving a good thing fo r aimTae entertainmentgivenunder tho management of Mrs L M Omer and Misses Esther Burch and Ella May Saunders at Waltons Opera hour Thursday evening was both creditabl and enjoyable Some 10 was secured which will go toward building a chape at Rowland All of those who tool part in the Song of Seven did well and are descrying of congratulation Miss Fettro of Crab Orchard favoret the audience with two solos and wa vociferously applauded The music fur nishcd by Miss Lula Bates and Messrs Edgar Bates and Marrs Gibbons oC Danville and Miss Tevis Carpenter or this place was one of thodelightfulfea turcs of the evenings program ONE of tho most delightful meetings oC tho Married Peoples Social Club was old Friday evening in the home of Dr ant Mrs L B Cook Mrs John II thanks being the hostess of tho occa sian Refreshing lemonade was served parlorIwas apancso lanterns and candles The punch bowl was presided over by Mrs W H Shanks After a conversational in tho open air tho guests were called in doors and Nations were played until 030 oclock after which time tho ta ilea were spread with covers and an ilaboratc and delicious luncheon was orved which was enjoyed to the full cst extent by each one who was so for mate as to bo present This occasion will long be remembered as one of the happiest of the seriesof meetings given by the Social Club of Stanford S Make Us a Visit sa R in our new store wo will take pleasure in showing you how convenient and comfortable it is In the meantime if you wnut to take advantage of the epccial values we arc offering in Skirts Waists Suits and Wash Suits at 1 off the price you can mako your visit profita blc to you and us RINK tonight WATCHES at l150f2at Muellers a CLOTHING cleaned pressed and repaired by firstclass workman Cum mns McClary PURE white clover comb honey A nice as a mortal ever saw at 12c pe pound H J McRoberts TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars ant prices Tile Orchard Fair Racing Association will givo its Fifth Exhibition on July 10 11 and 12 1907 A splendi hat of premiums is offered among then is a saddle stake of 150 and a roadster stake of 150 Everybody invited to come and have a good time SllBUiY News reached hero ycstcr day morning from Bayslde La that Mr Warren Shelby brother of Mrs P M McRoberta of this place had de Sunday night from an overdose of carI bolic add Mr Shelby was about 40I years of age und had moved to LouI inns a number of years ago He wa a bright young man and much sympu thy is felt for the family here He was buried at Bayside his home HAAGS TRAINED ANIMAL Snow AI STANFORD JULY IOTH Haags Migh ty Trained Animal Shows best and only big shows coming this year will ex hibit in Stanford Wednesday July 10 presenting a clean moral and upto date exhibition of trained horses po nice dogs and tho worlds greatest herd of performing elephants In connection with tho shows is carried a mon ster caravan of wild and rare beast from all parts of the world embracing a drove of Camel Dromedaries Ze bras Emus Yuks and Sacred cattle See their big ad in another issue ol this paper WILLIAM B OBANNON DROWNED Sunday afternoon the sad intelligence was heralded over Stanford that little William youngest son of Dr W B 0 Bannon had been drowned in the pont on the Ballard place near town and the whole community was shocked beyond measure About 1 oclock some 15 or 18 young boys went out to tho Ballard pond to go in bathing and had spent two or three hours in tho water and had begun to dress and start to town when some one asked Where is Wil- lIam OBannon there lay his clothes 7 Somo of the boys remarked tI guess ho is hiding from us It finally dawned his companions that ho might have gotten out beyond his depth and gone down to a watery grave His older brother Lester was in the party and he Tom Greer Milton Powell and Chas Downer hurriedly undressed and plung ed into tho water and near the lower end of tho pond Tom Greer stumbled over his body and carried him ashore Dr OBannon his father was tele phoned for and when he reached the scene a few minutes later ho found the little fellow lifeless but like all loving fathers he thought there might be a spark of life left and it was pitiable in deed to see him work so heroically and tenderly to bring back to life his duti ful and manly little son Dr Cook also aided Dr OBannon William 0 Bannon was one of tho brightest boys in Stanford rind his name was seldom missing from tho honor roll of theStan lord Graded School which ho delighted to attend If he had lived till next August ho would have been 11 years old but Ho who does all things for the best called him to that eternal home to rain mother forever more To mourn his loss are loft a loving tender devoted father two sisters Misses Myrtle and Roberta OBannon Les ter Iris stepmother who was Miss Lillio Warner had taken the place of other and she had proven in every ense of the word the same loving and lovoted mother who had gone before Testerday afternoon at 330 oclockat tho residence of Dr OBannon Eld oseph Ballou conducted appropriate moral services and then all that was aortal of this dear good boy was laid to rest beside his mother in Buffalo Springs Cemetery A large crowd at tented the burial and it was indeed a sad occasion to behold Much aympa thy is felt for the bereaved family and may God comfort them in their sad hour of affliction Miss OBannon who was vis- Iting in Missouri was denied the sad of seeing her brother before 10 was f1nallylald to rest J M A r t ATTEND the rink tonight BROADHEAD peoplo are preparing for great jicnic at the fair grounds there July 4 THE tax books are now ready Pleas call and get your receipt T J lUll sheriff D C SiPTLB of Jumbo has 200 or 300 locust potts 81 to 4 inches at top for sale GET a good dinner at the Stanfor fair Mr Bonta the Perryville caterer will furnish it TILE grand jury which has been taking a vacation for several days will be in session today and tomorrow ANOTHER big crowd attended the rink Saturday night and skating was enjoyed until 1030 An immense crowt is expected tonight WIIILE working at Fariss slaughter house Friday afternoon Wesley Johnson was struck in the face by a piece machinery His nose was broken and he was badly cut under one of his eyesCIRCUIT COURTThehas nothing been done in circuit court since last Wednesday the Sims murder cl18e being in progress The defense has about finished its ttatimony and the arguments will be made today and it will likely go to the jury by evening THE stockholders of the Stanfor Laundry Co are requested to meet at the courthouse next Saturday after noon at 4 oclock for the purpose of selecting a board directors and officers The storeroom of W K Warner Co is likely to bo selected for the laundr siteKILLED IN PULASKI While out fiat ing in Pulaski Wallace 16yearold 80n of John Green Singleton of the Waynesburg section was killed by lightning Saturday afternoon and was buried in the Waynesburg Cemeter Sunday Rev R R Noel conducts the funeral services CIRCUIT COURT begun at Mt Vernon yesterday with a big docket A faint good crowd was in town but busines generally was quiet In tho aftcrnooi John D Jarvis of Barbourville and Too F Dosworth of Middleaboro can didatcs for the republican nomination 1Cor State Senator spoke TilE Orchard faircatalogue printed by tho Danvillo News is out It is a very creditable job of printing tad was gotten out on short noticc about 10 days It is full of well set advertisements and liberal premium and is a splendid advertisement of thi exhibition which will begin July 10 ail continuo three days Despite an increase in production Alabama iron furnaces are selling be yond their production May beat all previous months of this In outpu and Juno will pass its record Willis Adams Son of Mt Vernon sold to Reid Allen of the West End a carload of sheep and lambs at 375 L N TIME TABLE No Mouth 1131 p No Si Houth12JO p K No J1 North OTA x No rI North 217 P si JOS S RICE Agent Mail Us a Check for What is Due this i Office POSTEDWK whoso nnmei appear Iwlow strictly orlild hunting fishing or any kind of tres pOIsing on our places und will prosecute vl ilaton to the full extent of the law Prod VonOruenlgnn Itelchenbnch Uros Kretl VonAllmnn A VonOruenlunii Fred Hnunmnn Irorgo Holmet- K lUlclHiilmcli Joseph llnllou t0 Dunn MJ lIotumiHi Thru Jacob M D Klmore 1inrtvllorraarinnIlirist1n8Qruyson J n UiirpenUr Jacob Jt81weln Hum Uninoroii MM IJ Aihlock O O Oover Krwl Hanclorf MriMPeiidlvton- W Conner J Nevin Oorllr Tuter Ilnlmfr J Onmenlsch DlIlIghertyJAnderson Curr J 0iipratt- K Clover W K Amon J W Peak H K Martin LliuUnyMPuQpdeshrHlmpion Uros Tlruley Hpoonatnore P W Carter hen P Martin 111 Lawrence New Dolts New Combs 4 Now nns New Parasols New Hosiery Now Gloves t Now RibbonsNew Ribbons New Carlton Hags South East Corner Main and Depot Streets I GO TO Tribble Hughes Successors To L M Huey Co Why worry over the hot weather when you can keep so coolwith one of pur parasols and ram Lookat our wjn- clowTRIBBLI HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY NECKWEAR ALL THE NEWEST THINGS W B Perkins Crab OrchardI KentuckyI E T PENCE STANFORD KY 11 A Good Position For YouvuslhelpJThe man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and canjielp you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercialbranches taught in the Business Department of the r 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 f i he Interior Journal I Enttrtd in the Post Ofiu at Stanford Iittconddatt nalltr 7HLZ IUD TOB8DAY8 AND rnl0AYII IT 100 peR yeAR CASH When not to paid IJOO will be charged A Nice Home for Sale I IdeMrotosoll my house and lot In Ornb Orchnnl Broom one acre of hunt loo l burn nnd all necessary outbuilding fie And In good ahnpo A lot of excellent fruit it Well on perch J n HTKKNHKIIOKX Oraii Orchard NOTICEAnyone needing a Union Jock and WlrE Rtretchor can leave their order with T U Newland nt Htanford lie tins one he will how you nnU tnke your order and will I tbeeamo on short notice BTIUN8KOUD f NOTICE I situated miles Houtl of ilcKliiiieyuiitntloti on the U B It It onMldtlleburgand on run dnlty except Itheuma- darn now open for the trentmunl of Liver Kidney Klmldur and nil Wtom and Dowel Troubles Hheumatlim n t4apeclnlty nt reasonable rates For i urtlci terms address KMSIMHPror UtD Box 31 JIustonvllle B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over SIcRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building 1 INSURANCETire Aooldent None but BEST Companies Represented Lowrst Po- Ilble Rate as 1aylng Kto ordJOnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 a LIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyreadymadociothingwhenthere- Is to difference made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of HprlnR A Hummer goods i can make from a lowAlso business suit to the flneitdress suit OvercoatsTrous Sri and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent second to none 110 nUPLEY The Tailor Htnnford Ky BLACK HAWK Coming years old heavy tone black with white points 15J hands high will servo Jen nets nt JlSno for Jack colts tlOW for jennet colts inares ut fun to Insure n living colt Mares parted with forfeits Insurance Pas ture at I100 per month Not responsible for caccidents should any occur Cull see my and their jack colts as well you what my show I a t go on the Missouri plan I youInstxd of ou I will take pleasure In show coltstwill for Sno to Insure n living co t on stone terms us JIIack Hawk Will also servo a few mares d free with my high bred colt Independence Ohlff II II KI More land Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable 1Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men lllRS at lUiisoimblo Rates Stock Pone In Connection Also for nil kinds of harvesting Machinery Gasoline and team Engines Threshing Machinery and Saw Mills It- will to see before ou buy Also commission salesmen for nil eecond hand machinery e teeaT1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harne93Saddlery r Ac t STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Rome Phone 35 l t JLBeazleyCoi r Undertakers and Embalmt erStAlso Dealers in Furtniture MattingsRugs Theye will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Righti STANFORD KENTUCKY lly k nv owjrftIfo FARMERS DEPARTMENTI Corn sold at 4 Mt Vernon yesterday W C Kern of Perryville sold two cows to Sycamore Brownfield for 102 50 J M Craig of Rockcastle sold to- T W Jones of this county ICO mixed sheep at 4 FOR SALE Two young Polled Dur ham bulls both red A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Four thoroughbred Berkshire pigs subject to registration for sate J Aw Estes Stanford A No1 milk cow with second calf for sale A splendid milker W L McCarty Stanford SALEOO mixed cattle ono to rFORyears old extra good mountai cattle Willis Adams Mt Vernon Black Polled Angus bull two years old also two young Jersey bulls fori sale T W Kinney Junction Ky Emil Herz is said to have offered AI Hammel 50000 for the great filly Not nsulga which won the Daisy Stakes at Sheepshead Bay ESTRAYA red steer weighinj about 400 pounds left my place abou May 15 Liberal reward J T Wells Dripping Springs Mat S Cohen of Lexington bought last week of Mrs Jas McElwainc or Bowling Green a 5yearold browr gelding by Harry Green 221 1st dam by Gazette 227 by Onward price SOO Mr Cohen has christened his new purchase Alvin rFOR SALE Southdown lambs as stockers 14 ewe lambs 14 male lambs one yearling male Fisher Renick and McKinney cross I wish to engage them before July 10 for delivery later in July If desired Call at place or ad dress Miss Mattie H Howes Moreland Ky R F D Box 33 Tileing James II McCormicks three yearold son of HastingsFutile won the Queen City Handicap at Latonia Saturday Garner had the mount and the price was 5 to 1 Pasadena ridden by Leo and quoted at 3 to 1 was sec ond W S Williams Phil Finch at 20 Vo 1 with Austin in the saddle was thirdHarry Payne Whitney of New York has been selected to act as judge of thoroughbred horses in the Bluegrass Fair at Lexington and it is understood that he will accept Mr Whitney is a son of the late W C Whitney and his wife is a daughter of the late Cornelius Vanderbilt He is the owner of Ham burg and other great race horses Nealon the fouryearold colt of C E Durnell came from the rear of a flying field of 16 horses and won the Suburban Handicap at Sheepshead Bay by a length over Montgomery who was second Beacon Light was third Nealons time for the mile and a quar ter was 50625 The Keene entry and Electioneer tho favorite in the race were beaten oft In the first half of the distanceThe Board of Agriculture made contract for a survey of the forests of Kentucky to be begun at once and also contracted with a native of Switz erland to go to that country and secure the right kind of families to come to Kentucky and make their homes The forest durvey will show on a map of the State the location and character of the forests and the quantity and value of standing timber The immigrants will supply the great demand for farm hands and it is expected that many of the best type will be secured- OTTENHEIM Floyd Morgan is progressing nicely rith the Sugar Grove school house Mrs G D Boone is very ill T M Boone has gone to Somerset to see his brother Gray Boone who is sick Wi A ey Dishon and wife of near Preachers Ville have been visiting relatives here Fred Dyehouse and family of Cleveland 0 are visiting relatives here Hen Cosby and Stewart Bernard have eturned home after a short visit to Mrs W T Tucker The former is a tether and the latter is a brotherin law of Mrs Tucker George Kilburn f Virginia has been visiting his sister Mrs James Morgan Willie Tucker son of W T Tucker has accepted a position as newsboy on the C S railroad J T Mnuel of Garrard was here Saturday and Sunday The Magic No3 Number three Is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Ie according to a letter which reads Alter suffering much with liver and ldnoy trouble and becoming greatly 2 discouraged by the failure to find re let I tried Electric Bitters and as a esult I am a well man today 1ho A first bottle relieved and three bottles ompleted tho cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny druggist We You cant get in here on a half exclaimed the doorkeeper atIho circus 1 thought r could apologized the malltown citizen I have a bad eye and I only expected to see half of the how II Then youll have to get two tickets II onlyhayelong to see snow Every Man His Own Doctor The average man cannot afford to employ a physician for every eligt t ailment or Injury that may occur In his family nor can he afford to neglect them as so slight an Injury a the scratch of a pin has been known t n cause tho loss of a limb Hence over y man must from necessity bo his own doctor for this class of aliment Success often depends upon promt t treatment which can only bohad when suitable medicines are kept at hang Chamberlains Remedies have been Ih tho market for many years and enjoy a good reputation Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel con plaints Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs colds croup and whooping I coughChamberlains Pain Balm an antiseptic liniment for cuts bruises burns sprains swelling lame bad and rheumatic pains- Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets for Constipation blllousnesi and stomach troubles- Chamberlains Salvo for diseases of the skin Ono bottle of each of these live preparations costs but 125 For sale tij all druggists Increased salaries for teachers were recommended by the Kentucky Educa tional Asscciation in session at Winchester after it was shown that the average salary now is less than that paid section hands on railroads The association declared in favor of votes for women on school questions and ad journed to meet next year in Frank fort Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange cif TITLE CO No 13 23OScnarm mile of Crab Orchard Ky lirick dwelling luumi two Ucant bourn to bun IIod spring near dwelling Farm In hlghatau ot culilratloD 150 urea river bottom land good fencing troll etc Price 11900 an tier farm at IllchUnJ Kwtll Improv ed well watered etc Prlc ro- ov6seauoflandonismestOwe roil south of Dunnvllle 100 acres In cultivation stout TJ acres In timber sal rest In grass A large nw fume dwell Ing alto an oil dwelling on place A new barn and wo old ones It is well watered and the fencing li rood On public roil Price f1000 No ItJ A 220 acra farm 1lnfon Dlx rlf er near Crib Orchard About sod 41 urea in real In rood Umber About 75bearingfrultlreeaoalhe place 2 tory 5 room dwelling Urdlntry and aDd a terjr good tenant boiiae The building are In tcrj good shape but the fences are not The plats U watered by 5 Defer falling apilnp Tbla It a rood stock farm and U offered it a bargain Trice only I2SOOW No i170 were firm nest HuitonrUle tool dwelling soil barn a good portion of this place could be sold for town It la watered aid the and bulldlngf are In good conditio- nThblsoneohtheltarmsIn the county Tbe la rich god will e hemp etc Price iucoo uo to4Twostory trams dwelling 7 room hall and reranda garden fencing and house U good repair For sale or tent Irlce rvaaonable No Si Houae and 5cresof land In JUKIn oey Necessary outbuilding Kenclng good and well watered WIt sell this place on easy u arms No 7320 acre of good land alx rooms twc tory dwelling well watered good ienciog Ii li Ibe suburb ot the city ol Stanford dote to Orated noel and ciurchw Till ia d irable home Mce reaaonab- leNo376roomtram ratttge and one acre t land In KlDKiTllle Large bun ainoke bouai le All bulidlngt and fencing In good repali Price UM No tul67y urea ot land cottage of room rood hill sou I porrbea Good barn sod other outbulUltngi Fencing and bulldlnga In wellhouse of Voung apple sod peach orchard Tnt farm la kbout wllelrm town Trice A50U No203A tK acre farm In tbe Waynttbuig toctlon t outimllrt Iron 2 rail road station lose to pot once atom cburche etc Lay lofeen 2 cjuntr roadb Rural Free IMUeri room log house iplendld urn Slxl6ntborlog and baa two good she a watered with nererfalllng springs and i run lot bunch through the p ace good fenc log and outbuilding Trice f Terms any Mo 26100 acre farm situated on the Wayn burg and Mt Vernon road aboat S tulle Cut fWaynetburg Ua a 3rooiu cottage etc This lice long to a gentleman in Calllurnli and he rill sell il cheap aud on easy terms NO Hi A nice lare store room and lore ronititlni ol several nicely furnished roomlII cood bam and lot and all necessary outbutldlnn TIiIIfVl erl1la good repair situated on Ial- aIttlla rlllbt in theuilnaa portion of own This property will be sold eta bargain and i a iplendld opportunity to some one desiring In busters store and dwelling being 1 cow biDed will be agent saving in rent etc No Soy aorta of land near Crab Orchard 219One vacant lot In Junction City at qntheaat corner of Iucui sad Urofion streets ontliig 50 feet on Uroflon street and running ouch on Lucua street 121 feet Trice 5150 ash No l1HolIe lot on Logan itrcct In HID rord lood garden etc Erervlhlngln good pslr Irlce 51600 69ToIory frame dwelling of six room to balli randalawell at door and all ether ecetiary outbuilding Also large blackamlth bop 60x80 and sheds full length of shop and feet b wide This property will be sold at a vary w price No 113A farm of SSI acre situated aboutl illet from btanford sad mile from Crab Urcha the water of Cedar Creek Toe is cut In out 12 Heidi and can ha aubdlTlded About 2 res la In cultivation timber tufficlent to keep up 11101 One and onehalf story frame dwelling ol room ball porches rte Two good lee oous- esherolranrJ t corn crib etc Place la well water ed two good cisterns at the door running alreain t trough farm All bullJiogi In rood shale except one Mrn fueiogfair Pdal5Jkracre Terns 223NIce 1 room cottage and acre of land d Ilocaled about I tulle Dine SlicltiT City The house We will set tuft place for No OO6tJ acres il4 mile Item Juucilon Utyof torrfl room frame ilw llltitf gut bun Ire neon etc All In good repair udlng acing 8a lIer tin grasand2ft sec In collies tlon Cluod orchard of petchia lumsapplsetcs- plendid grape narbor 2SU0 grape auld ona year 1lace close to school churches etcfit well watered medicated well at house aliiock well at barn etc trice 1150 No 7S60 arrea of land nor Junction Cltycut In yen field acres In calttraltuu in grass a bloe orebard and one of the Lest grgru bar bun in Kentucky Tarty sold grapet laat year Well waterwl and fencingr luau to school and churchei A two mry six outfrauiedwelllufxood barn CTlbs etc auto odrepair4 Trite O- No 16tsou acre farm about I mile this aide of 2 I I lailstho fenclnga are moderate Two springs and goat and on place About 45 acres In timothy and clorer real In woodland Trice f5 00000 i No iOToD urea or hand two story front tage seven rooms hall sic louse is new a good crden and lenl1ld orchard ot IJ4 acre fencing xsltwotablwlbuggy boue awoke house ee- A lIs also a good mill onu Ibe rali ewerblebbagreateconomyandthedame II ID good repair Will sell the property at a low zureorleaaelt Alan a t9 barrel mill to Meredr count K on Salt Rive Steam power new up todate In every particular and dwel- ng with improvements 20 acre of ne and close to Southern railroad PrtcalC 000 No 1M Cottage In Latcatter 77 feet root a 0 estptScontains room hall pore and buemnt Clues to school church elc Trice I25on00 No 26 Frame hotel Urge rooms double jets du hallway Etc A large story Ioreroom fronting street 30 teat from hotel stairs suit blefotdwlog 2 nice cottagee nlcelf furnlah eachliargaren Vacant lot tJolalol 31t fee treat by 1 feet deer All or this property It in London Ey monyloprlelormonth On account Ill health of lt wife on reason for eelllDir proprietor desires to urbanf- or farm In Lincoln county No 75A small firm ofS acre of good Indlocated clot to town Irlc IJMO- No81 MacreaorlaBdonaiall from Somen Ky cut In 1On fleldi Forty urea la cultli lieu 40 acre lnpaturebalance timber l w- entcontalniierenrooiiii Large barn and all ne FenrMandbulldlnKilnipleId No 24 IWacrreof laodln Ford county Ka six mllee from railroad and 3 mtloi from aws river beteuty acne of land b rivet bottom II antclan land and In graaa This land It for 1 or exchange 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rain road and pike about acre cultivate about 125 In timber and grass and aoout 150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber stIng lea ties and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A laue part It tented There are tour dnelllnR of room each and one store ot twostorlca with room abore hat well tied springs of water Is III miles of county seat and grows tobaaoi corn wheat grass etc for 200 Oneha1 cash ooUJtTand splendid orchard of one and ono half acres fencing good two tables lIu hoax inok home etc A well on pile There is alto- ruod tnlll on tb place a rood crusher In mill I U run b11JtllrIIQer which U great trenoav and the dall1lla splendidrcpsir flit imperil li situated lnonotlhe bent fuming dblrlcta the county afoul miles front Stanford there to tlwara a ready sale lor the Sour and meal M u ground We will sell Ibis plat for 22 MO li a bargain tbe bulldlngialone could not be pI up tsls tuonef No 2About U acres of land mile trove CrabOrcharkon Laoeaater 1lh A good dwel Ing well and all necrataiy tuibilJInjt Tai nihtontiUe Thli liagood home set a tees place The owner of thl property live at lltnder too ant bar toad up lib mind to tell tbl plan ffHnlallUlDeral water right on plan Ito be bought It a bargain Sew us lur a pro NoII7A farm of UO acre about 4 miles from Stanford lqs well and wen watered A good por lion of tb farm in blue grass A uforiabli dwelling and a large bUD Thla property lion a plendld pike cloae to nboi1 etc Tnce 114 pe acre DARE ALL NO 2086 The oomliliuHl ttnlllon will nrnkw it limit vtl season 1K7 nt Lawn Mum Mtock Funs lhslintdfortlsvtllePnriMMitort Htntlotint 16 to insure llvlni colt Mnr t trtnltnl or jwrUtl with forfeits Insurance and money l rnmva duo at thorn such transaction Licit rvtnliicU on con till Benson Marts enuol at Sr n IIlUIlmonth i If ilp lnilnt reasonable rate lllllt mutt Ix paid Ivforv riinotalol miirfi Mnrv lIlraIMII will rwiivo toy IMTtoiml uttfntlon hut wt will not lie ri onalbln fur uccldrntnaenpesi- tgscnl PTl11N Kcmlwl In tut 15 marble hlgbdsrklss1with oni front nnU rnr toot of gent UnutT with short Lack long neck Uoip wruaiopini Klioulilcmuncl with lIt te eaeonewoId- zwct from reading lilt ix lmr twt- aroJoefeet nnd leija wonderful stamlnn Attractive liy hnltt r itndur anddle nail In harness with that graceful nuivoimnt Hint belongs to hint h liih rltiinc Ironic it long line of the most fatuous nncvatry of radii horse the world has ever nitMlvriil- TBIHO Hit KB Hired liy lilitnlty Inrp o IKsS Vol A A H1L ho by Chester Intie hi liy Illnok Kiiulrrrl M he by lllnck Kit cl 7f no by Kins Vlllinmfl7hv 1y Wash Inuton IHiiiimrk he tiydnlnci riiiiiiirlc el ho hy IVnmniark l H lit dnm Faniii Me rTfc liy ltt rVUtrrvl M Snit ilitlil by Mm lit dcHxl by King Vllllnm r srl lam i 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iklrriitloii of nil pro wr Ire hirteln W think him tin grnudal how horse Hve hint ttcfuri Ixxikln your furs C 0A K C MUKNTKK IlInldllIlIutOIllIlaIsunllKING iNO AVI Vol A II It Ktg Knxlo la baud ilghihirk lm with flowlim IIIHIIH and tall gOt till the gaits with plenty or aprrl style lid action IKDidHKK Hlnnl liy Hoynl KlinS5VS he Tlnic 7lS he by Htoiwwrtll1lOn IIIII lit iliim Mollli Mount IJlI Will this itoted Ino nhihdls lazing tOil F kllsg PIIKlaslot dlllllllil she KiiKlo Illnl lUll he by Old King Engl- ealdaul by Jl Jrd diim by JhirrU Knnmrk hw by Millerla 4i 4th BIII by Jim llollithoroughbrodi IINOTK KIIIK KiiRlo la n combined breeder of line etorvd and high styled olta nil having plenty of lta nod IIctlllll ill coltS wIllKhow for tbomaolvfa King Kn glu will tiiuko tho prewnt IOIIMIII of nt our atuble two und one hnlf inlloa Woat of tanford on this sliclliy Ike rat the low rice of llTO A IIVINll COLT Will also IItllll1 the Kreat mule ncktJIJtCKKNK sired tin lri tdiim h tho Imp John Wollt 2nd diim highlackJim Kivne will aorro mnret nt lU TO IN lUHK A MVINUXOM ASHLAND BROOK INS 117501 Vol A T H It bred h Kneone Ituok r fiporgotown AHlllANIi SUOOlv fouled iwil solid boy with left bind foot white aliuuU IMy liniida hluli IKIlIUIlrrHllI1 by Hlloiit Ilrnoki No record Sd0y the sire of 5lnrgurul 2171Illuttstd Ruumiing Jirk rb Mllnt Iy air of lot 0r4lIrlgbtilglit tlueiy4 and 1nlIin2i1I hAlcyone No 81 rloon It hull Ihnui Wren- v AihiuiiU Vvilkwi dS1 record 2uITlu1the re of John II sentry rail spj A hliiiul Wilkes ulroil fiv Hod lIkp rtu he liy 001 Vllke Hid linn hide lily by TreUmdvr lIW Krtl diim by Jim Ilrook Ian liHiuliome fllow with lots of lUbttmico has it Ixild wily going with lots of njioml ttyleumlnctlou hlacolt should sire tome very high elntl iorMM Anlilniul Hrook will serve u low ont lilo iimr i thin teuton nt lift Tu 1N UKK A IVIUCOIl Will Nino stood threllt mule had Jennet nludsIDM Keene sine by Tom Ceone Iht dram1l tilt Imp Inlormo Sad dllm by l ible Irlnov the sire of Joe Illiitikbuni and IlrlKiiolln Hilly Kot uo tnii ls full 10 bonds lock with white olnti und as n breeder it unsnrpltssl all inlo or Jennet Jupk ills colt e bring ig the h1 let prices Mare traded purt d with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Innur nee nut money duo ut the time of uohtruiiKnotlon For further particulars rail on or address T IIAUUIr A UOHT WOOU8 Plione Tilling 3 MVmford Ky rPl Mirros IIHAND Snappy Clothes Grillon Brand nil wool Ciiiarnntcoil Clothes arc lell- tIers Try ours and lw conv- incesSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY t We have Frazier Carts with steel and Rubber tires i A nice assortment of Buggies we are disposing of at a small profit Come and look at them W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentuckyt I USE ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE HI HARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 Geo DII Hoppers Stanford Ky Groceries Queonswaro Tinware ito Main Street STANFORD KY AnnouncementIu view of the existence of so ninny line watches including horsotimors in Bnnvillo and surrounding community we have secured the services of nn export watchmaker direct Prow u large New York manufactory and make positive guarantee that wo cnn repair any kind over made If your watch is running a little out of order probably it needs oiling Many fine instru menU are ruined by continual running without oil A stitch in time twostnine11ro also repair and clean any nut nil kinds of clocks null guarantee them to run when we have finished our work There is no use to send any kindof repairing away from home ns wo have those experts in constant at tendance at our sfye We positively do the finest export engraving in this section E H MURRAY Danville Kentucky t s