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P Il tjlU MI ntl JI IJoI1ln H JV1J1q l iXi mni nximniini MA1 twklYOFcaY 340a- la THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 12 1907 NO 381 eTheLINCOLN COUNTY FAIRAt StaLn rdlEEYJI 0 Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 17 18 and 19 07 k LIBERAL PREMIUMS IN PALL RINGS I s 4 o Storms Great Military Band Will Furnish the Music AMUSEMENTS OF ALL KINDS Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings Each Day of the Fair l A B Bonta the Celebrated Perryville Caterer will furnish a fine dinner each day S T HARRIS Pres J F CUMMINS Sec I iOlympian Springs Echos Olympian Springs la not situated in the mountains proper but one can take along a couple of volumns of Charles 1 Egbert Craddocks Incomparable de Iacrlptive delineations of tho Tennessee mountains and mountaineers and tn the imagination tho foliagecovered hills surrounding the grounds may grow into a kindly illusion of that fair land which touches the sky of flying shadows of clouds as fleet racing above the distant ranges of untrodden woodland nooks beside singing cas I cads of myriads of fragrant azaleas and masses of feathery ferns of constellated glories of the laurel blooms Its dead easy to ono who spent 20 years in dreamy admiration of Tether Mountin Miss Florence Beck of Stanford convalescent from a critical illness at Olympian for the finishing touches of health So rapid is her improve ment that she hopes to return homo noon There is a hone hero named Beck ham a kid named Parker Davis a roos ter named Billy Bryan and a strutting t peacock property of tho black cook named Teddy The politics of Mine Host Sims is easily surmised likewise tho cookst Olympian is a great boon to the unu sually largo crop of bachelors and widowers in tho region of Huston ville such as Dave Allen and Josh Swope These two candidates for both matrimony and county offices were cutting a largo swath among the fair ones collected about the Springs Sunday Swope you know Jcah is bound to be judgoof Lint coln county some day and his friends around here say that day has about ar rived Allen will bo his running mate for assessor and what better pair could I be selected for the credit of the county f Jim Allen a noted farmer and stock dealer of the vicinity of Huatonville Is among the very sick patients now so journing at Olympian Springs His rapid improvement from about 99 mor tnl ailments Is tho wonder of the crowd Upon his arrival it was with difficulty lI that ho could describe onehalf of ailments in half a day but after usin the incomparable water and marvelously curative baths a few days he and docs minutely describe all of hi- a ailments twice every day Somerset Journal Tho Doctor Away from Homo when Most Needed People are often very much disap pointed to find that their family physician is away from home when the most need his services Diseases like cramp collo and cholera morbus ref qulro prompt treatment and havo in many Instances proven fatal before t medicine could bo procured or a physician summoned Tho right way is to keep at hand a bottloof Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy No physician can prescribe abet ter medicine for these diseases By having m the house you escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy it now it may save life For sale byI all druggists Sfreet battles between striking Ice wagon drivers and strike breakers which the police quelled after several participants had sustained minor in juries followed another attempt of the American Ice Company to break the strike in Brooklyn MARKSBURY John Simpson sold to Kev Shouso a milk cow for 15 James Parks bought a cow from a Boylo county party for 30 C E a of Pleasant Grove will conduct tho Hound Table at tho Garrard County C E Union at Paint Lick to day The C E Society of Pleasant Grove will give a musical conducted by Miss Lillie Lcavcll at the Lancaster court house on the night of July 19 Admis lion 25 and 35c Some of the best talent in the State has been secured i M F Rout is visiting in Lexington Miss Elizabeth Simpson has returned home after a visit to friends and rela fives in Lexington Misses Settle have returned to their home in Danville af ter a visit to Mr John Woods and fame ily Miss Mary Dunn of Danville ia tho guest of Miss May Robinson Mrs Boner has returned to her homo in Danville W E Amon has moved to his farm recently purchased from Dr Elliott The latter has moved to BryanUvillc Miss Edith Morrow of Lancaster is the guest of tho Misses Arnold Mrs Alice Adams and Mrs Ramsey and children of Denver Col are visiting friends here Best Mcaloino in tho World for Collo and Diarrhoea I find Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best remedy in the world says Mr C L Cartor of Sklrum Ala I am subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring it seomodasthough I would die and I think I would if 1 hadnt taken Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I havnt been troub fd with it since until this week when I had a very severe attack and took half n bottle of tho 25 cent size Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feol like a now man For sale by all druggists Tho senior editor of the Mercury spent a week recently in tho county of Lincoln and while we had a general thegwere not fully acquainted with its totIt is inhabited by some of the best peo plo in the world and we shallever remember the kindness and courtesies shown us Judge Bell even suspended the session of his court that wo might SocietyyJudges Bell Saufley and Warren for their good words and Editor Walton for generous treatment Carlisle Mercury Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelloy of Mansfield Pa writes I was in poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and sncntconsldorablo money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it may be tim causo of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes G L Penny p causo the parents were too excited to lJTrect the firemen 11 monthsold child of Mr and Mrs Bert Flaherty was burned to death in their home at Owensboro PREACHERSVILLE Tho Masons met last Saturday night Some very important business was transactedSam son of James Payne was quite sick of fever Mrs J bL Bell who was very sick is better now Mrs Matt Rigsby has been quite ill The family of James Dychouso are all down with measles Our new doctor Dr H E BHymcr ia kept busy at tending calls Mr J J Thompson cut his hand severely while letting down some bars The Childrens Day exercises were a thing of beauty a joy while in the present and are now only sweet memories The Baptist church was very tastily decorated with evergreens and all kinds of flowers in gorgeous profusion The house was filled long before the beginning of the exercises The children without exception acquitted themselves most creditably which was due in a great measure to the painstaking training and rehearsing which was given them by Miss Ella Thompson to whom especial praise is due as the success of the exercises was assured by her tireless effort in their behalfMr and Mrs Cress Mr and Mrs John Holtzclaw and L C King of Hubble were visitors at W P Whites as was also Mrs J C King of Nor man Okla Mr Eb Dickerson and family and Miss Flossie Sutton of Lancaster visited at M 0 Kennedys Misses Rinda Pettus Mary Pettus and Ella Thompson ore visiting Mr and Mrs Joseph Pettus at Springfield J W Blankenship and little daughter Minnie visited his father here They will return this week to their home in Mercer Mr Carlo B King formerly of this place but now a prosperous merchant of Norman Okla is visiting friends and connections and is calling on a mighty pretty girl Miss Mary Carpenter Is with her friend Mrs J M Cress Miss Katie Payne was visit ing here The Charming Is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never servo as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightll ness of step and action that accompany good health A phsically weak woo man Is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Apropos of Attorney General Jack son of New York asking a Justice of tho Supreme Court of that State to ap point a referee to secure evidence that tho Western Union Telegraph Com pany and Postal Telcgraphand Cable Company have a combination In restraint of competition Clarence Mac kay of the Postal a statement in which he said the two companies are competitors in earnest competiton sometimes being fierce and bitter A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed ono of the most remarkable cases of healing over recorded Amos F King of that place says Bucklons Arnica Salve cured a sore on my log with which I had suffered over 80 years am nOv 85 Guaranteed to cure all sores by Pennys Drug Store 25c HIGHLAND Born to the wife of C D Warfield a girlAdams Hiatt and 0 G Speaks started out Monday with their thresh ers taking a number of men and boys with them School begins Monday Miss Fannie Young began her school at Duncan Monday Miss Hubble has begun her school at the Blue Hill school house someIolder ones from this place and Kings yule composed a fishing party to South Fork near the trestle on the 4th Af ter spending a while fishing the crowd assembled at 1 oclock and partook of a bountiful dinner prepared by the la dies A similar party went to the wa ters of Buck Creek and had an enjoy able day- Misses Zora and Cora Baugh had a croquet party Saturday in honor of Mr John Dobbins of Somerset Walter Baugh and wife of Somerset spent several days with friends here Ar thur Mercer of Decatur III visited his sister Mrs J C Elder Mr Rube and family of Pittsburg spent several days with the family of George Cum mings Mrs Bessie Vanhook of Som erset is with her parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Baugh Mrs Bryant of Burnside is visiting her mother Mrs Margaret Young Mrs Joe Marshall of Arkansas Is with her parents Mr and Mrs Roy Stewart Jim Bastin of Pittsburg has been spending a few days with his wife and children here J C Elder went to Bee Lick Saturday Mr and Mrs John Meier spent the 4th with friends at Ottenheim Elbert Young and Miss Fannie Young attend ed the funeral of little Willis Godbey at Bethel Ridge who died at Barbour ville of flux War Against Consumption- All nations aro endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consump Lion Do not risk your health by tak ing some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar Is safe and certain in results The genuine is in a yellow package G L Penny The Negro bishop Turner has brok en out again Ho says Those men who go harping and babbling about the Negro and his inferiority like Varda man Tillman and a number of others I could mention are mere human ass es braying against God and nature I will give Senator Tillman 1000 to make a speech and leave the Negro out that can called a speech Stimulation Without Irritation That is tho watchword That Is what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does Cleanses and stimulates the bowels without Irritation in any form G L Penny publicationing places Usually it is composedof those take only a meal there but It serves to fool the unwary public into the belief that timo guests Frankfort Journal Dont dose the stomach to cure catarrh In the head sounds sensible And the great success of Hyomel In curing the worst cases of catarrh proves Its sensible Money back if Hyo mel falls G L Penny the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSi J B StanfordJohner TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky First National I BankStanford Kyf I Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford tn 1885 and again reorganized ai the Flat National Bask of Stanford In 1889 haYing had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Us long and honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J 8 HOOKER PMII 8 T HARRIS V Pre 11 McBOBEBTS Ohr W H WEABENAist Ohn Y Reid Danrllle T Harris Stanford 3 8 Hocker Stanford McKtnneyM 9 H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble 3 U Bauchman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with the largest oven that you ever sawand some other extra good features combined with a firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you are in need of a Cook Stove do uotjfail to see me before you buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up to 8150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber l A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let usl help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you Shorthand and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Department of the r r Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to ac complish Address 1 C LEWIS or E H LYLEI London Ky W B McRoberts Directors Bookkeeping Typewriting DRUGGIST STANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oilsrc and Tarnishes 1NtiitiPERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compoundedI j i The Interior Journal r C WALTON LJT ROBERTS It a candidate for MngUtrnte In the Crab Orcbard District to the etlonof tbedemocrntlepnrtrJOHN countlubJlct0 party M BRUCE for jailer of Lincoln county subject To the action of the Democratic patty JAMES C HAYS countlIUbJtct c party DCALLEN It candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck ham x For GoyetnorS W Hager For Attorney General John K HendricksFor Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trimble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Lagoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks MAYOR EUGENE SCHMITZ of San Francisco was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary upon conviction of extortion after one of the most remark able scenes ever witnessed in a court room The convicted Mayor objected to the language of the Judge in pronouncing sentence and called it a lecture for newspaper purposes Several more cases against Schmitz are to be tried He announced that he will beI a candidate again for Mayor of Francisco and expects the people to vindicate him IN his sermon at the Broadway Baptist church Louisville Sunday Rev Carter Helm Jones said In the governor of our State we have a cleanable and fearless man in our new mayor we find an admirable character and in our county judge we have a man who will stand for the right Why not sup part these leaders T Now is the time for the Christians of this city to make a clean Luuisville TilE mantle of Francis Murphy has fallen upon the shoulders of his eldest son William J Murphy who will wind s up his business on his Virginia farm and again take up the work with charity for all and malice toward none Mr Murphy was for many years associated with his father in temperance work and also with his brother Edwin on the lecture platform TilE mayor of Asthabula 0 is a freak The council raised his salary from 1100 to 1800 but he declined to receive it saying the job is not Worth 500 to the city If all officers were paid what they were really worth the expenses of government would be materially decreased WOMAN suffrage was defeated in the Wisconsin State Assembly 66 to 44 The fad does not seem to gain much headway Fact is the women as a general thing care very little about it Thn desire to vote springs mainly in the bosom of the shorthaired childless woman Tim Ocean Grove Camp Meeting has put a ban on chewing gum by or dering that none be sold on thegrounds The good brethern foolishly claim that it is almost as bad as the tobacco habit but present no proof of their proposition WE deeply sympathize with Editor D M Hutton of the Harrodsburg Herald in the death of his aged and excellent mother to whom that splen did gentleman was most devoted- POLITICAL John W Stillwell has been appointed postmaster at Halsey Whitley county Jesse R Grant son of Gen U S Grant is in St Louis to announce his readiness to accept the Democratic nomination for President says a dis patch from that place Vice President Fairbanks has accepted an invitation to deliver an address at the unveiling of Victory monument commemorating the battle of Lake Erie at Putin Bay on Aug 5 G T Wyatt was nominated as the Democratic candidate for the State Sen ate in the district composed of Todd Simpson and Logan counties at a dis trict convention in South Union Simp son county was not represented Instead of trying the better plan of local option the Georgians are pr- eIcipitating a campaign for prohibition f former done wonders r for temperance the latter has proved a failure wherever tried Look at Maine Look at Kansas i It h United States Senator A 0 BaconI was reelected for the full term begin LgislatureI decided in favor of the legislative act creating the 33rd judicial district At a conference between the Executive Committee of the City Club under whose auspices the Fusion ticket in 1005 was placed in the field in Louis ville and the special committee appointed by the Republican City and County Committee it was decided that the old Fusion ticket in its entirety headed by J T ONeal should be nom mated again Forty three indictments against men prominent in the affairs of Owen county were returned by the grand jury at Owenton which has been investigating the conduct of county business for the last few years The indictments charge malfeasance in office perjury mutila tion of county records and the colic tion of illegal fee bills The report of the grand jury goes deep into the past records of the county and every men ber of theFiscal Court including the County Judge is indicted oncharges of malfeasanceNEWS NQTES Mrs Ech Combs was killed by a falling tree near May king Maysville was visited by a storm which did great damage- S S Prentiss the famous antebellum slavery orator is dead at New Or leansCharles J Bronston the Lexington attorney was indicted on two counts for shooting at Col W R Mil ward also of that city In saving the life of a child in Christian county J E Quine a tenant on the farm of John McKane was kil led by a runaway team A company has been organized for the purpose of constructing an electric line from Toledo to St Louis It will be the longest run of the kind The money collected under a Spanish War claim for members of the Fourth Kentucky and the cavalry troops has been turned over to Gov Beckham by Capt C C Calhoun and the distribution of it will be made at once through the Adjutant Generals Department The management of the Southern Railway has taken a stand on the subject of cigarettes Any employe known to have the cigarette habit will not be favorably considered in making promotions and persons addicted to the habit who may L candidates for positions will be disqualified After reading in the Bible that Judas Iscariot hanged himself and was forgiven Aaron McCabe the Negro in jail at Lexington under sentence of death for the murder of Martin Clark who was shot to death in P W Greens saloon committed suicide in his cell us- Ing a small cord of rope torn from his bunk IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs J W Siler is dead at Williams burgRev Strother M Cook who has been for some time a missionary of the Christian church in Africa is dead at BurginThomas Duett the Richmond Negro who killed his wife with a monkey wrench was held in 5000 bond to the circuit court During a severe electrical storm Ida Reed sitting in her cabin door at Waco was struck by lightning Both shoes were torn from her feet but she was unhurtThe Sunday closing law was rigidly enforced at Nicholasville Sunday No ice meat or other necessaries were sold and the electric light plant was shut down without warning to the people leaving many homes in darkness Joe H Gibson and J M Richardson have disposed of their entire stock in the Citizens Bank to M W Dickey and J Glasscock of Williamstown and Mr Dickeys brother of Louisville who will take charge the 15thSomerset JournalMrs Lena Daniels of Richmond was arrested on the charge of bigamy It is claimed she married again when her husband joined the army it being claimed she thought she had the right to marry again when her husband became a soldier Gov Beckham has oppointed W P Johnson of Barren Fork Pulaski county as Magistrate in Magisterial district No8 the vacancy being caused by the recent death of Esquire Murphy Johnson is an exConfederate soldier and is one of the bestknown men in that section of the county MATRIMONIAL Jack Harris and Miss Maggie Lee Coomer were married by Rev Nathan Singleton Tuesday Cloe C Coffee of Burnside and Miss Lorino Humble of Somerset eloped to ifontaville Tenn and were made one D S Perrin a Lancaster merchant and Miss Ellen Bland a popular young woman of the Hubble section were made one a few days ago Prof James McGranahon the well known hymn writer formerly connected with Moody and Sankey the evan elists is dead at his home in Kinsman 0 of diabetes He waj67 years old CHURCH MATTERS Rev W E Thayer pastor of the Baptist church at Winchester has resigned to take effect September 1 Rev R L Creelof Hodgenville will preach at the Baptist church at Hustonvillo Sunday morning and night Rev William Carey James of Rus sellville has been called to the pastorate of the Grove Avenue Baptist church at Richmond Va to succeed Dr J B Hawthorne whose age and health com chargeI E L Anrdews will begin a series of evan gelistic services at the McKinney Baptist church on Monday night July 15 The meeting will continue 10 days or as the Lord seems to direct with preaching at 1045 A M and 745 P each day Some subjects to be preached from Prayer Holy Spirit Body and Soul Forgiveness Light in Dark ness Efficacy of the Blood Safety of Young Men A Lofty Purpose Different Classes of Hearers Preparation to Meet God Neutrality with God Impos sable Folly of Putting Off Sowing and Reaping How to Become a Christie What is Your Life 7 What Will You do With Jesus T Heaven and Hell Remedy for Sins Satans Argument Religion Foohsm and Atheism Selling Jesus A Serpents Sting Healed Complete Repentance The public is cordially invited and urged to attend these services T H S Program of Lincoln County Sunday School Association to be held at Preach ersville Baptist church Tuesday July 16 1007 FORENOON SESSION 930 Song and Devotional Service 950 Reading Minutes of Last Con vention 1000 The True Aim of Sunday School WorkRev J L Yandle 1025 Song 1030Teacher TrainingRev C W F Daniels 1055Report of County Superintendents 1stTeacher Training 2nd House Visitation 3rdHome Department 4th Primary 11 05 Conference on xlhese reports led by the State Worker 1150 Appointment of committees Announcements etc AFTERNOON SESSIO- N115Song and Prayer Service 130 Winning and Holding Boys and Young MenRev J M Taylor 155Report of SecretaryTreasurer 205 Roll call of schools pastors teachers and superintendents 220 What we are Striving to Accom plash in 1907State Worker 250 Offering 30 Five fiveminute explanations of Vital Movements in S S Work 1stThe Baraca Class 2ndThe I B R A 3rdThe International Reading Course 4th The Organized Adult Bible Class lithAn Easy and Inexpensive Plan of House to House Visita ion 825Song330Reports of Committees Read ing minutes etc- 345Adjonrnment 350Conference of State Worker with newly Elected Officers Take the Postmasters Word for It Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherry vale Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines Ho says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is standard hero in its line It never falls to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to be without It For sale by all druggists GOOD sewing machine for sale cheap This office u What to do in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in America and just as years ago we as- a nation overate so now we are under eating The one is as bad as the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sustain life and to give strength to compete in this busy world It is not however the fact the you may eat too much that hurts you but that you dont digest what you eat And If that results la dyspepsia you will notre the trouble by cutting down your food sup ply If your digestive organs were creating the proper ampuut of giksirlo and peptla juices you would have no dyspepsia To cure the disease u must create an abundance of these necessary juices This can only be done bra reliable tonic lau reupPepssin containsdtheten Ingrcdlenta Caldwell needed to do this Take It regularly for awhile according to the explicit directions on each bot tle and you will soon be cured of dyspepsia and any of the accompanying symptoms such as heartburn Kourstomacbbloated Rtomachhlvcs plmvlea sallow complexion wind on the atom ach etc Every bottle carries with It an absolute guarantee to do what we claim It Is a sea tie pleasant cOectlvo laxative and you will like Its taste and be pleated with Its action One of the great friends of this remedy U Harry F Keator a lieutenant In one of the Chi CUD companies that fought at the battle of Santiago While In the wet trenches and eat ing the rough food of a soldier he contracted severe dyspepola and lost weight rapidly A friend In the regiment called his attention to promptlyballaDpoundsYour at cent or II and you will sad U worth a hundred times that to you orctUrilCCIntr can have s free umpls bolts tent to their home by addressing tin company This II to proveUiatthe remedy will do si we claim and It only seen to those have never taken It Send for lilt you have any lymptomi of itomaclft or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old lolki ruaranteed permanent home curs THE PUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure at CALOWCLLS SYRUP PEPSIN ibis product peart purity guarantee No 17 Washington Ci PEPSIN SYRUP SO IIS Saldwsll Bids Hontleillo III L Ne TIME THBLE No Houth 1151 PM No 13 outh llae P No 14 North 433 A No I North JH7 P x JOS Se RICE Agont 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firet class Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to my ia miles tVcst ot- JlultClfvllll1 UI1I8 trout und tarpen tersi4tntlon consisting 0 1lkO IIcrea of rich blue gen IIlUP or tobacco Innd nil to IIhhh1 tognus This advantage so as tohatwngrtwldwelltng on each place olio necessary Till furor lays almost Inn square only one angle In linos There art three barns growl tnlmcco testis stnMos tenant house goal water In uvorjr MM MX springs with a strenum running through whole tract J HTKELK CAIUKXTKH Huitonrlllc Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing a jo acres oi rich Blue Grass land This land is tine hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bunhels 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 failrftf 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 sold the next 60 days i cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky June 7 1007 One drop of DM144 dropped down the bill of a Raping chicken kills the worm anti relieves the chicken Instantly When fed In the feed or water It is the best Ihave ever used- WILLCOOMKS B41144 is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Roup and Limber nesk Price cents No cure no pay Niagara Falls- Excursions VIA July 2530 Aug 10 and im Write H C KING G P A Lexington Ky for particulars TRY The Frankfort Stats Journal The Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day Write to W PI Walton Frankfort Ky FAIRS r 1 This week begins the Fairs and you will wantthe Light est and Coolest things pos sible for comfort We are ready for you with SOli Light shirts with or without Collars atiShoesI 1 3to 5 Gauze Hose 25 and 500 Long Soft 4 in HandsWin sors Ties 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from 50c to 650 The New Greys and Blue Serge TwoPiece Suits W 1250 15 and 20 We will have everything neces I sary for your comfort sreLls H J McROBERTS a STANFORD KENTUCKY u REXFLL11o The Famous Rexall Remedies Everything is Guaranteed See our Window Display for Hcxnl Pritoe PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky Crab Orchard Fair I 1 U On WEDNESDAY JULY 10TH tha 1ft day of the Crab Orchard Fair the day ladies nre admitted FREE we will demonstrate to them our t motto ONLY THE BEST with our compliments n free olicw of tho original Colgans Tatty Tolu Come on to the Fair with your children they first day and we will also give them n free chew of this Pure TallY Tolu Remember this Toluls given free only to those who attend the Fair LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists nG Paris Creenii When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price j rt STANFORD DRUG CO I IF YOU COME TO THE FAIR Come in and rest with usget a drink of Ice Water and take advantage of the special offerings on Sum mer goods On alllines not sold out during the salewe will continue to offer at reduced prices Fans Belts Gloves Parasols Waists Wash Suits Lace Hose Lawns Swisses Laces Hamburgs White Goods Etc I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY JHY 12 190i Wo sell all drinks found ata first class City Soda Fountain Trv our ERR Flip or Egg Phosphate Iennyll Drug Store PERSONALS i Mn E T FOSTER is over from Lex v ington Miss VIUGINIA HounNE is at C G Springs MB J C HAYS and wife arc at Crnb Orchard Springs Mn D IL CAHPBNTER was here Crom Nashville this week MIss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS is with Crab Orchard friends JOliN N MCNEPBC JR is sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs Miss FLOHFMOE BIRD went up to Middlcsboro Wednesday A A McKINNEY JR of Now Orleans is here for the fain Mns L R HUGHES is with tho homcfolka at ML Vernon MISSES CLARA AND FRANCES Coorc are at Crab Orchard Springs IBOK AND blurs J W IRELAND spent several days at Danville f Miss Lizzie DAVISON who has been ill for some time is convalescing MRS W W WALTER and son Kingsvilic are with relatives here EVERETT STONE of Lexington spent several days with the homefolks here t i Miss EUA IARNETTEofHustonvillc j has been very sick with typhoid fevei- MR W H WEARKN joined his wlCe and children at Middlcsboro yesterday MR W T SAUNDKRS and son Miller are up from Louisville for a Cew days MRS GEORGE P MAUUY of Joplin Mo is here with her parents Mr and Mrs J N Menefee JUDGE H C Rice and wife of Uicli mond are with the families of Messy I J S and T A Illcc MRS J E JOHNSON and Miss Frances week or so atAdams are spending a Crab Orchard Springs MR JAMBS T HAMMONDS of Adnlr county is with his parents Mr and Mrs T B Hammonds MRS J W HACIN and children oC Covington are guests of her parents 4Mr and Mrs John F Cash J BROWN and W Harry Higgins went to Mt Vernon on pro t fewional business yesterday I WALTER MILHURN of this office at Mt Vernon helping Editor E S Al 1ebright during a rush of work J H WILLIAMS and wife cam up from Chattanooga to attend the burial of Mrs James F Brady Miss NANNIE WOODS ENOLE rAN returned Wednesday from a delightful visit to the Misses Kitchen at Ashland I Miss GRACE HOWARD who has been visiting friends in the Highland section returned to Barbourvillo yesterday MR W S BURCH and sisters Mlssci Essie and Mary are sojourning at Crab Orchard and incidentally taking in the fair CHARLIE AND JOHN DENIIAM of Mt Vernon have been guests of their grandfather Mr J P Denham near W A TRIBDLK and children left yesterday morning io visit her- O aunt Mrs H A Calvert at Washing I 1s ton Ind J MISS ELIZAI1ETH PlCKETT who has been with her sister Mrs Will Sever ance returned to her home in Shelby t Wednesday WE very gratefully acknowledge re ceipt of courtesies to tho Lincoln Coun ty Fair at Stanford July 17 18 and 19 Somerset Journal Miss ETIIKL CUNNINGIIAM of Lex ngton and Mr Joseph M Bryan of Louisville will arrive Saturday to visit Us Eulah Harwell Totten MISSES ALICE AND ROSE ALCORN who havo been teaching in tho State School for the Deaf at Council BlulTs la arrived at home yesterday REVS J M TAYLOR and R B Ma hony of Stanford were in Danville two ofbusiness aretoday on Stanfords leading cltlzensAdvocato of Gainesville Texas v wffi Jingling with his old friends in informs us that he lost his wife on May 22 His friends in this section of the State sympathize with bhim in his trouble LOCALS tTilEN Big Sons Sale is now on Como I LoST an L Ntrip pass from Crab Orchard to Mobile Ala Leave at this office a IGoweek to Severance Sons new store FRESH butter milk every slay at the Stanford Creamery at Cc per gallon To the west End farmers We wantI your wheat Hustonvillc Roller Mill CoLo9TA little seal bracelet last Monday in Stanford Leave at this of fleeSEE the articles at Trihble R HughesI Dry Goods Store for cost and less than cost GREAT reductions at Tribble Hughes Dry Goods Store for the next 30 days BE getting ready the Stanfo fair which begins July 17 and last three days- LIGHTNING Wednesday aftornoo killed a valuable horse for Mr W E Grubbs at Shelby City HORSE sheets boots fine driving and riding lilts harness and saddles for the fair folks J C McClary BARGAINS Fifty pairs children tan lace shoes sizes 8J to 2 f160 and 175 values for 1 Come quick Cum- mins McClary THE L Nwill sell round trip tick eta from Lebanon Corbin Richmond and intervening points to the Stanfon fair next week at one fare for the round trip Tibias hard and ryhere Not a third of a crop of wheat and corn and tobacco In bad condition writes Mr Hugh Scargcnt of Christian county as he sends us 2 for his paper THE members of the Christian church Mission Band will give a lawn party in tho church yard from 4 to 7 next Saturday afternoon July 13 Ice crean and cake will be served for lOc Go and get some of the good things and at the lamI time help a laudable cause MR JASON WESLEY the clever clerk of the Casey Circuit Court and secretary of the Liberty Fair which wil give an exhibition Aug 23 29 HO wai hero Tuesday en route to Louisville He told us that prospects for a splendid fair at Caseys capital are most flattering ON account of tho storm here Tues day evening the lecture of H C Na higian the Armenian was postpones until this Friday evening Ills subject is Turkey and Her People and the lecture Is said to be an interesting one Hear it at Waltons Opera house this evening Admission ICc ZSIGA ZSYGMUND the of t Hungarian who landed hero Tuesday morning with only 60c in his pockets lie left Hungary on June 22 and from papers in his possession ho was bound for Stamford Conn but his ticket read to Stanford Lincoln Co Ky and he was brought here Mayor Florence was notified and ho has taken the mater up with the Hungarian minister and hopes soon to send Mr WhatYouMay Jall Him to tho point desired ON ring 40 in tho catalogue of the Lincoln County Fair which begins Wednesday and continues Thursday and Fri day Mr W L McCarty candidate for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county gives a special prem- Ium On ring 41 Mr J M McCarty tho pool room operator and soft drink man gives a special premium On ring 43 Mr M S Baughman candidate for tho democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county gives the special premium On ring 42 Mr R B Ma hony tho insurance man donates the special premium Look at these good rings in the catalogue TUB CRAB ORCHARD FAIR begun Wednesday with a good crowd and a magnificent show of stock Every ring was well filled somo having as many ns 15 entries Yesterday tho crowd was large and everybody had a good time The Crab Orchard people are giving their guests tho best in the land and arc making them feel that it is good to be there Today is the last and best day and people will be there j world without end Join the procession and go In the fancy turnout ring Wednesday Miss Elizabeth Baughman and Jim Bob Newland won over six entries James R Beazley of this place graduated his fine harness mare evls Carpenter and took a number of lues on Isis other good ones 10 PER CENT our for cash at Tribbl Hughes Dry Goods Store THE tax books arenowready Pleas call and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff J W HAYDEN of Paris sold five shares of First National Bang stoc last week at 150 GET a dinner at the Stanford fair Mr lionta the Perryville cater will furnish it ALL persons having stalls for rent for the Stanford Fair will pleaso notif Secretary J F Cummlus SAXTON is making music for the nightly hops nl Crab Orchard Sprint and they say it was never better LIGHTNING struck the freight dept Wednesday afternoon and set it afire The blaze was extinguished before much damage was done TilE trycounty hers Institute will be held at Lancaster the week of Sept 2 Lincoln Garrard and Boy compose the organization TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to COO acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and pricesHAAGS Trained Animal Show gay two creditable performances to good crowds here Wednesday Mr Hang i a clever courteous gentleman arfti has a good clean show To MAMMOTH CAVERockcastlc Lincoln and Boyle Countys excursion to Mammoth Cave July 18 Specie through coach on early morning trap arriving at Mammoth Cave for dinner 935 the round trip pays the railroai fare also board at cave hotel and thi two routes through the cave Leave Livingston 310 A M Mt Yemen 340 Brodhead 350 Crab Orchard 11 Row land 430 Stanford 433 Junction City 452 Parksvillo 605 Brumfield 514 Gravel Switch 522 AI See L N agent J S Rico OWENS Tho remains of Mr Ed Ow ens mention of whose death appeared in our last Issue arrived here Iron Ralicgh N C and were interred in Buffalo cemetery Wednesday morning after services at the grave by Rev L M Omer Mr Owens was 34 yean old and had been In feeble health Cor nearly five years tho latter two years of which he was an invalid His fom mother and loving wife traveled with him a great deal but nothing halted thread disease and at the advice of doctors they located with him at Raleigh Some 10 years ago Mr Owens was mar- vied to Miss Rebecca Cook of Mercer and she and two sons and a daughter survive Deceased was a member oC the Presbyterian church and was a clever kindhearted young man May the sod lie gently on his grave Mrs Nannie W Owens whoso heart nov bleeds for her only child was detainee at home by her own illness and that of one of her sons children liar many friends here at her old home sympa him deeply with her in her irreparable loss and troubles BRADYAt noon Tuesday the spirit of Mrs James F Brady took its flight for mansions above where rest is eter nal and joy is supreme She had ill for months of the dread disease consumption and most of the time was too weak to even feed herself The end had been expected for weeks and it must havo been a welcome to her when Ho came to receive her unto Himself Deceased was 19 years old and leaves besides her husband a nine months old ion William Cicero Brady May the good Lord comfort the husband and other loved ones in their distress and care for tho little one who will never know a mothers love About eight years ago Mrs Brady joined the Baptist Lurch and she had been a faithful follower of tho Meek and lowly Nazarene since Death held no fears for her and she died like sho livedtrust ng in the God Who gave her Mrs Jradya mother died when sho was a little girl and she had since made her home with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Cicero Reynolds who loved her very dearly At 2 oclock at the Hey iolds home Wednesday afternoon Rev J W Taylor preached an appropriate funeral sermon after which the remains were taken to the McKinney cemetery and laid beside those of her mother MISSES childrens and infants hos iery in the most desirable styles and colors at Cummins McClarys LUTHER HARROD of Junction City caught a fine of 20 and costs in Judge Tribbles court for drunkenness A HARD fellWednesday afternoon In the Western portion of the county considerable damage was done fences crops etc J M WAite Lincoln countys most extensive apiarist informs us that this is not so good a year for honey as last was when he got 2J tons from 80 hives or about 00 pounds to the hive He sold the honey readily at 12Jc per pound TilE Kentucky State Journal published at Frankfort and the democrats organ of the State can be had dally from now until after tho November election for 1 Send the money to W P Walton Frankfort or hand it in at this office and we will order the paler for you struck one of the chimneys of Judge M C Saufleya resident during the storm Wednesday after noon badly damaging it Some weath erboarding was torn off and the inter- Ior of the house was literally covered with soot Mrs Saufley was knocked from her chair but was not much hurt Miss Nettie Wray who was in the telephone exhange was also knocked from her scat but sustained no inju riesTHE following dispatch was sent out from Frankfort Wednesday Judg MC Saufley of Stanford was this morning appointed special judge oC the Magoflln circuit court to sit in a number of cases in which the regula Judge Gardner is disqualified by reason of being related to some of the litigants Judge Saufley is popular in Magotfin district and so impartial and square are his rulings considered that all litigants endeavor to secure him to try their cases THE Creamery receiving abou 1200 pounds of cream daily and is mak ing an excellent quality of butter The greater portion of it is being shipped and the rest is consumed here Mr Amos Wildman the expert seem to be the right man for the responsible position ho holds and those of our people who have had dealings with him say he Is a pleasing gentleman If our people will help push the creamery along it will prove a good thing help ful not only to the farmers and country people generally but the town folks at well Till Lincoln County Fair whic h promises to eclipse all other exhibition of the kind ever held in this good coun ty begins next Wednesday July 17 and continues Thursday and Friday The prospects for a magnificent show of stock and a big crowd are most flat teringIn fact everything points to and best fair ever held In this section Of course you will be there Go the first day and youll be there the next two of the good show stock exhibited at Crab Orchard and dozens of other stables will be here and the competition promises to be hot STORMS Military Band and Orchestra which is furnishing the music for the Chautauqua has proved to be one of the attractions of the This or anl ration is worthy of words of praiseJudg- ing by the encores and compliments the musicians are receiving The band is under tho management of Director Charles W Storm tho popular younJrcornet soloist and handling of the baton the band has won Its way into popular favor and has taken place the best musical organizations in tho South The orchestra is under tho of Emil Walter a gradu ate of the conservatories of Europe Mr Walter is a violinist of rare abilit- yI widely known in musical circles throughout the United States and Lex- Ington can justly feel proud to have him ermanently locate here he has decided to do The band and orchestra Is composed of educated musicians who are capable of handling the most difficult and popular music Lexington Gazette celebrated brass band anti orchestra wilt furnish music forthe fair next week and the well hop that will be given at Waltons Opera House Thursday night next The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between Hnrlngi and town H mile from Hull Huluhur nie dlatance from Brown springs Splendid tn lie and fqol comfortable rooms lutes 1- 1ptr week South East Corner Main and IDepot Streets I SPECIAL 1 Cut prices on Lawns all Summer Goods Hosiery Shoes c and 10 Per Cent Off For Cash on all staple goods to Aug I 1907 This is your opportunity to supply yourself with the seasons best at cheaper prices than ever before See our 5 and lOc department New goods See window TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY f For the FairIShirts C llarsIj AND 1 Neckwear Ir t W B Perkins Kentuckyi E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky IT Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and 1 deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue 4 r Address J C LEWIS Prin London Kyv 1 IThe Interior Journal JSntmd in Ube Poet Ofce ol Stanford III IKondclait malltr- FUaLJ8UBD TOBSDAVB AND FKIDAT AT 500 PER YEAR CASt When not so paid M00 will be charged Jesse W Sweeney ruornirron Livery Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky NOTICEAny one needing n Union Jack and Win Rtretcher cnn leave their order with T II Newland at Htanford He Imo ono he will show you nnd take your order and will nil tb mine iiii short notice R T LUNHFOItD NOTICE situated 6 miles HoutlOlympian ft station on the O H It and on McKlnney Jc Mlddleburg pike on which backs run dnll except b now open for the treatment of Kheumn lam Liver Kidney Bladder and nil Htom sob and Bowel Troubles UheumiitUm 1 specialty at reanonnble rntes For particular terns address F M HIMH Tror RFJD Hox at Iluatonvllle Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 5TANFORDKENTUCK A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY t Office over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Tire Lightning WindStorm Life end Aooldent 0116 the ST1tOi Oi ST And BEST Represented Lowest Pos Rates Guaranteed Los Paying Iteo rtltJnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No Si GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there ti so little difference In the price of ready made suite and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor 1 have B handsome line oIHprtng Summer goof 1 r the ean anetdressullAIsoOvercoatTrour ua and Fancy Vets resent Is second to none II O nUPLEV The Tailor Stanford Ky BLACK HAWK rOomlng years old heavy hone black with t white points 153 hand high will serve Jen nets fit I1SU for Jack colts 11000 for jennet t colts mares at tn00 to Insure a living colt blares parted with forfeits Insurance Pits tare at 1200 r month Not responlblefor ooldents should any occur Cull and see BIT Jacks and their Jack colts as well I can show you what my Jack can do as I IhowIlugI will also my to Insure a living cot on same terms as i Black Hawk Will also servo a few mares free with my high bred colt Independence Chief HUKINOMorelund Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Hpeclal Attention Given Commercial Men Uood Illtss at Reasonable Rates Stock Pens In Connection Also agents for all kinds of Harvesting IMaohlnery Uluollne and Hteatn Hngine Threshing Machinery nod Maw M111a will pay you to see us before ou buy Also commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmer andl Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home PJione 85 JLBeazleyCo t Undertakers and Embalrr era Also Dealers in Fur- nitureI JlattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give i Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY t y FARMERS DEPARTMENT Cresceus and Sweet Marie are being prepared for two match races this sum merFresh milk cow with second calt for sale Mrs F B Barnette Huston ville Ky 2t T I Herring sold to Mr Henson of Paint Lick his farm of 170 acres near Marksbury at 75 Reports to the District Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society in session at Winchester indicate that about 80 per cent of the crop has been pooled Decreased acreage is indicated Night riders burned a straw rick and 100 bushels of wheat and pulled up one quarter acre of nicely growing tobacco for R D Fort a farmer who lives on the line between Kentucky and Tennessee A large number of representative wheat growers of Logan county met at Russellville and formed an organizationI to demand 1 per bushel 90 cents is now offered but the farmers are determined not to sell for less than 51 FOR SALESouthdown 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 address Miss Mattie H Hewes Mercian Ky R FD Box Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford July 173 days Lancaster July 243 days Danville July 313 days Cynthiana July 314 days Harrodsburg Aug 64 days Lexington Aug 126 days Georgetown Aug 63 days Perryville Aug It3 days Brodhead Aug It3 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 2It days Barbourville Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 34 days Bardstown Sept 44 days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisvill Sept 166 days- Shephcrdsville Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 3five days Long Live The King is the popular cry throughout Iuto peon countries white in America tho cry of the present day is Long 1Ie Dr Kings New Discovery King or Throat and Lung Remedies of wbicb Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mas says It never falls to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Palnes opinion Is shared by a majority of tholnnabltanl of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after 111 other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its tho only sure cure Guaranteed by Pennys Dtug Store 50c and 1 Trial bottle fret The historic national banner of Stars and Stripes which inspire Francis Scott Key to compose The StarSpangled Banner nnd whic boated over Fort McHenry Chesapeak Bay during its bombardment by the British on the night of September 13 1814 has been placed on exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington The flag is the property of 2ben Appleton of New York who has loaned it to the Government Bad Burn Quickly Healed II I am so delighted with what Cham ierlaln8 Salvo has done for mo that I feel bound to write and toll you so1 ays Mrs Robert Mytfon 457 John St lamllton Ontario My llttledaugh ter had a bad burn on her knee lap lied Chamberlains Salve and it healed beautifully This salvo allay the pain of a burn almost instantly It is for sale by all druggists The mouse just q gnawed the lion free Thats nothing we remarked weve known a Welsh rabbit to tun lose a whole menagerie Herewith Aesop realized his fable was pretty small pumpkins ysA Memorable Day One of the days we remember with leasure as well as with profit to our ealth is the one on which wo became cquainted with Dr Kings New Life PUIs the painless purifiers that cure eadacho and biliousness and keep the bowels right 2501at Penny Drug Store A suit has been filed at Brandenburg by Gus W Richardson for 16X damages for slander against A J his brotherinlaw They are both candidates for nomination for Representative in the Democratic pri mary to next month t During the summer kidney irregu trltles are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys atonce by using Foleyi Sidney Cure G L Penny vry The Summer Man In 1907 Oh say Look my way Aint I gay The flowers that bloom in the spring tra la- The birds of the land and sea In blazoning bloom And gaudiest plume ATe drab as compared with me Look at my hat Is there anything like that This side the sevencolored bow Of promise in the skies That so far in the color shows Has always got the prize Look at my coat Aint it the high noteIAnd my trousers Aint they carousers And my vest Aint it the sunset West And my tie Oh my Did you ever ever ever See anything like those Well you never never never For nothing like it grows And my shirt Gee whiz dont it hurt Your eyes to look at it And my socks Oh my socks The dazzling dyes Of Orient skies CombineTo In them Like jewels in a diadem Oh say w Please look my way Aint I the color scheme Of a painters dream Aint I the goods Of all the blooming woods Aint I the real chromatic crust The only great Prismatic Trust What W J Lampton Here and There The State Bar Association is in session at Bowling Green The storm in Louisville Tuesday evening killed one man and injured five others The property damage is fully S Thomas a Negro who orig- Inated Saratoga chips and who was a noted chef is dead at his home near Redbank N J There are two periods in a mans life when he isunable to understand woman One is before marriage and the othr after Harpers Weekly Mrs Bettie Carl one of the best beloved and widely known women of Georgetown died at the homo of her son George Carl in that city The Kentucky State Racing Commission announced that the petition of the Latonia Jockey Club for an extension of the time of meeting had been denied Women and children successful fought a prairie fire that for a time threatened the destruction of many of the handsome homes at Arcadia the mmmcr colony just to the west or Paducah Constipation For constipation there Is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They alway iroduce a pleasant movement of the towels without anyjdisagreeableellect Ptice 25 cents Samples free Al Iruggists John R Magoffin and James M Mo erly arrested at Lexington charged with the killing of Constable Jame Peel last Saturday night were dismissed after an examining trial before County Judge Bullock Blue Monday often comes troll Sunday eating Strengthen the stomach with Miona and Monday will have no indigestion Fifty cents G L Penny Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office HENRY ATTERSON PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY 150 Few people In tbe United States hero not herd of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things tale In all things clean In all thing It U essentially a family paper By a pedal arrangement ne are enabled to ofter the WEEKLY OOUBIEBOURNAL ono year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the combination to usnot tc the CourierJournal sowc UTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to buy butcher cattle of all kinds forth Eastern market Want one load or ton week Ilest Brice pnld J W Wil llama Phone 81t Htuufonl Ky Notice Butchers I Oootl refrigerator fret high and feet wide for sale lit n bargain Also Riot of uutcner tools MAHXIIML IlKiuiiNit liuatunvlllc Ky The Fall Term Opens TUESDAY SEPT 307 There are TEN free pcholarshi for each Legislative District i ce your County Superintendent now about yours Appointments will be made your County Supcrintende on Aug IT Saturday State corti ficates nod Ufo Diplomas are nwnnl etl when earned by resident work Write for complete catalogue to tlae president R N ROARK Richmond Ky Report of the Condition of the Peoples Bank of H 5toovilleI at the dose ol business on the 29th day of June 907- RESOURCES Loins sad Ducounti 48266 36 Overdrafts 274 14 Banking House and Lot f 403 68- Furniture and Futures 1843 35 Due from BtttLs 1J7J4 05 Cash on Hand 4311 97 Exchange for clearings 489 40 Current Expenses lest Quarter 325 10 Current Expense Previous Quarter 1122 3 S744JO 38 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid in 24900 00 Undivided Profits J65I 33 Deposits Subject to Check 37172 53 Due Slate Banks 7226 52 Bill Rediscounted 3500 00 74450 38 J W HOSKINS Cashier QUARTERLY REPORT OF TOE HE C R BOR CK RD BANKING GO t the close of biuinnt on the 39th day of Tune 1901- REtOURCES Loansan4 Discounts JUT OverJrnHCllresIue ron Due from Suit tiinkt Bankers JIJ Jut horn Trust Comranies Unklne Rouse and Let 1600 00 Other Real Estate awn alongges owsa S Bonds onus Olhr Stocks anl UaoJi 0 ixo Spec i 11110 M Airrtncy 10770 SMT It lxchanre for UurtnrOther Items carried asCash urnltun and Natures ldoo 00 undtoupTaass umnt Kipcnses to dt11ij 7661- nrluus Quarter teovn III Give description tocattsn vahit nIhow long uwM all real e ble anklne boweani let aayewnat long er than lint yurt LIAHILITIUS IUI Stock pall hC4 b 211000 urNuiFund 00 InJIvUed ntls 1717 lDue Depo t rs as Hewtvtr spoilt ubjed to cheek whleh Interest not tuld attN M lepotltt subject to check ten which Interett Is t tU oaoaoool- emjnd ficateiof1epaMe wwxxo en which Interest It Old eoono avlngs deposHs en which Itv tere t li pall WMO enlfied Checks ai766 It- Dill National Banks State Hanks and Bankers- ue Trust Companies 1tIIS ashlers Checks outstiBdlnc ills reJIscounted Sm2 d dividends oo obatesJueaniunpaU So cege aplul stock not pall SUPPLEMDNTARY Ightst amount of Indebtedness of any ockholder person company or firm udlnz In the liabalty of the company or firm the liability of the Individual mem Mil orIndirectly If such idebtedncss exceeds 10 percent of cpl- tal stock actually paid In set actual mount of surplus of the bank No How U Indebtedness stated In above Item secured See See ill Ky Statutes Izhest amount of Indebtedness of any rector or officer amount of such In ibtedneis exceeds to per cent of palJ up capital stock of bank No See Sec j Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness any person company or firm Including In the sbllltv of the company or firm the lUbil lIy of the Individual members thereof u- CfeJ per cent of paidup capital and tual surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend IKJ Were all expenses losses Interest anJ taxes deducted therefrom before de clarlnr dividend and was not less than per cent of net profits of the bank for the perloJ covered by the dividend carried to surplus fund before said dividend was Ctired Yea See Sec Kentucky Statutes MMJ o TATE OF KENTUCKY 55 runty of Lincoln J C Duller Cashier of Crab Orchard Dsnkln- a bank located and donna business In the low of Crab Orchard In salJ county being July worD says the foregoingreport Is In all respects a true menl of said Bank at the close illness on the Win day of June rood to the Mil of his knowledge and MUd and further says that the islnessol said Bank has peen transacted at thi locallon named and not elsewhere and that the above port Is male In compliance with an official notice rev celveJ from the secretary of Slate desllnaUnjf the 2Jlb day of June ioo7 as the day on which such Subscribed made before me by J C olIeyI- he trd say of July jeoT JoIIY EOMISTON Notary Public In and for Lincoln county Ky My commission ex esJiin jOSJ C Oatticv Cashier MlroLMKU CUUTI UUVKB W TlCRtlifS Dlrecton r filly Orilfon Brand Guaranteed Cluthes They nro nlwuyn in good form SAM ROBINSON 1 STANFORD KY H We have Frazier Carts with steel and Rubber tires A nice assortment of Buggies we aa1 are disposing of at a small profit Come and look atthemrt weH HIGGINSr Stanford Kentucky i L USE ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY u Citizens of Stanford and Vicinity O Why stand ye here all het up and frustra Ii ted Buy a Peerless Freezer and cool and collected It is the best investment youIever made Steadfast and Best Geo D Hoppers Stanford KYHGroceries Qtieenswnrc Tinware tc Main Street STANFORD KYoi TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cu r pets Druggets Rugs Mattings I tore Frames Shades Lace Curtain and Wall Paper Mr E T BeazJey has charge o tho Undertaking Departme- ntTRIBBLE 8 PENCE J Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 POSTED etrtctly1orhWhuntingpasMng on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extnnt of tho law Krai VonOruenlgan llclchnnlmcb llros KriHlVonAllinan A Frets Hauiimnn K Itelolionbaoli VonUrutlIllllIIA U Dunn M llirls Jacob M MnryllolTiimnnI JhlarpenWrJncobJeawelty Mrs M J Ashlock U Hover MPendtetonC1uter Hnlmer J Onmenlscli JlllullhurtyJAnderson Onrr JO Hprmt Munnf l Maaaerk Paxton t1Martin tlIlIIuellllld11 1 MKUonllfir looHliIMartluM