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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 26 1907 NO 42ICHURCH MATTERS Elder Joseph Ballou will preach at Rowland next Sunday afternoon at I crops have caused a boom In the salaries of clergymen In Delaware and Maryland so that it behooves the preachers to keep on praying for rain when It is needed- A protracted meeting will begin at The Hubble Methodist church on Mon day next and will continue for 10 days or two weeks It will be conducted by Rev P H Davis who is city mission ary in Louisville The charter of Cumberland Univer- sIty at Lebanon Tenn was amended 60 as to insert the words Presbyterian Church in the United States of Amer ica where the words Cumberland Presbyterian Church appear Rev Alfred A Hlggins of this place was formally installed as pastor of the Presbyterian church at Munfordsville Sunday Mr Htggins was honor man of the class of 1903 at Central University and recently was graduated from the seminary at Loulsvlllo Prominent ministers and laymen of Southern Kentucky attended the installation Bishop John H Vincent of the Meth odist church created quite a sensation among the ministers In attendance at the Chautnuqua at CoiTcyvIllc Kan by attacking evangelistic system now in vogue in most of the churches of his denomination Bishop Vincent believes that revivals produce only temporary good and that on account of tho sensational methods used in so many of them the bad effect more than offsets the good Tho venerable bishop expressed r t hlmself as standing for genuine evangelistic effort under discreet dlrccllon but protests with emphasis against all sensationalism and spasmodic efforts to create an ill balanced emotionalism and mere temporary devices for excit 0lug enthusiasm U FARMERS DEPARTMENT S Coulter White bought of U T Selby 100 ewes at 6Jc J E Bruco sold to It B Wilkinson a lot of sheep at 3J to 4c It B Wilkinson bought of various parties a lot of hogs at Sic James R Beazley refused SSOO for his great roan gelding Ande Pence R B Wilkinson bought of James C Reid seven 7b0 pound heifers at Sic II G Lutes sold to Meier t Huff man of Danville 15 butcher cattle at 3Jc FOR SALE Choice high bred Shrop shire ram lambs Phone 8G4 Ii G Ulckler3tWB Burton sold his York saddle mare at the Lancaster fall Wednesday for 700 H C Bottom and W T Mitchell sold to Charley Robertson of Harrods burg 63 heifers for 3Ic Advocate Twelve dollars a ton is the price hay is commanding at Paducah and it is not to be had in large quantities at thatJ Carroll Bailey of Crab Orchard sold to W S Drye of Hustonvllle a handsome black gelding at a fancy priceParis and Winchester men have ef fected a corner of the bluegrass seed market It is estimated that about 500000 is needed to finance the deal Best Healclno In tho World for Colic and Diarrhoea I find Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best remedy In the world says Mr C L Carter of Skirum Ala I am subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring It seemed as though I would die and I think I would if I hadnt taken Chamberlains Colic Cholera and a t Diarrhoea Iternedy I havnt been troubled with It since until this week when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the 2ft cent also Chamberlains Colic Cholera and 1Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new man For sale by all druggists In Tunis when a man wants to tako another wife he picks out a girl and then carries to her father a pair of bracelets and a pair of anklets from one of the other ladies of his household The bracelets and anklets are slipped on tho woman and several m are allowed for her fattening She must fatten until she completely Jills tho four ornaments or otherwise the man has a right to refuse her For In Tunis Is beaty and a permanently slender girl has no chance marriage War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check tho ravages of consumption the while plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are In no danger of con sump Won Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar Is sara and t certain in results The genuine Is in a yellow package O L Penny In Memory of Surrelda Welch Cnxii OttciiAltD July20th 1907An other of the worthy blacks of tho Crab Orchard population has gone to that boon from whence no traveler ever re turns Surrelda Welch who was an Owsley belonging in tho times of what is sometimes called tho days of servi tude to Hon John Samuel Owsley She entered upon the service of my sis ter Catherine McAlister in 187C at tho poor farm of Lincoln county and more devoted loyal servant never car ried tho keys of smokehouse or pan try Poor Relda had three great prom inent traits Truth honesty and vir tue She would enter into no Joke if funny fibs had to be told She was as pure as the Tennyson monument of Baysoft in tho solitude of tho frozen zonea monument erected by nature alone unaided by man Rclda was ono of those true faithful and honest ser wants that never had to hunt a place After living with my sister for years and waiting on my dear old mother for years she then found a most hospitable home at Mr and Mrs Robert Colliers and for years she followed the flag of fidelity wherever they went Brodhead or Crab Orchard she staid with thisI excellent family and never were and woman better pleased with aller vant nor servant more devoted to those whom she served Mr Collier and I in talking about Rclda since death agreed that for truth honesty and virtue she was a monument In ebony It was true but no monument of purest Parisian marble over gleamed more stately and pure What more could be said of white or black 7 These are certainly the three great cardinal virtues that shine in tho casket of male and female characterAlthough Relda married a Welch yet Toms mother was a Babbitt now Nan cy Welch Toms mother was twice married In 1863 when brother Jim I and were slaves and our slaves all free and without a care the great wedding ceremony between Nancy Bobbitt and Andrew Hubble took place in the big house White folks were there from all around and tho colored folks from the McAllsters Owens and Evans were represented It was the event of the year and Tom who afterward went by tho name of his stepfather Billy Welch was the second son born of that union of the house of Bob bitt and Hubble And Rclda marrying into the family and living with us so long always seemed like kinfolks Whenever one like Robin leaves the earth she is entitled to a notice recounting her virtues her truth her honesty and fidelity more extended than I can devote to her here Rclda you have fought a good fight finished your course and when you were seen approaching no doubt heaven opened wide her eternal gates with harmon ious sound on golden hinges turning FONTAINE Fox Bonurrr Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelloy of Mansfield Pa wrltos I was In poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and twentconsldorablo money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it maybe the cause of restoring the health of others Itefuso substitutes G L Penny The color of a books cover helps to sell It said a publisher If a row of books stands on a counter every visitor willexamine first the volume with the strongest brightest binding that is to say the volume bound in red After red a good clear shade of green is the most catchy color Then comes blue then gray- HUSTONVILLE Services next Sunday morning and night at the Presbyterian church Morning subject Foreordination Evening subject Telling Tales Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at the Christian church Lead er Mr George Carpenter It is estimated that the sun will be able to supply the present amount of heat for at least 30000000 years Shucks And I was figuring on a letup in October Washington Her dditlmulationWithout Irritation That is the watchword That is what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup toes Cleanses and stimulates tho bowels without Irritation in any form G L Penny Members of the Kentucky Society of Louisiana were guests of the commander of tho gunboat Paducah at New Orleans and presented the commander a big bouquet of American Beauties When the broiling sun has set And the streets with rain aro wet Slightly cooler is all rot Next day will be just as hot 1IIf NEWS NOTES John Fee aged 96 is dead in Harlan countyDuring tho last six months 1060067 people died of plague in India Three Evansville Ind children died from the excessive heat Tuesday Tony Lunn was fatally hurt while working with a threshing machine in Fayctte Four murders were committed in and around Wheeling W Va Sunday three of the killed being Negroes- A score of men were precipitated into the river at Lorain 0 and several were drowned a bridge crashing be neath them Two convicts were probably fatally wounded by a guard in the attempt to make their escape while at work in a brickyard at Atlanta Fourteen persons are in a dangerous condition after eating poisoned ice cream at a family gathering at Ed Seays near Mayfield Governor Folk granted resile of 30 days to Lord Frederick Seymour Bat rington under sentence to be hanged at Clayton Mo on July 25 for the murder of James P McCann Charles J Bronston a Lexington lawyer has withdrawn fromtho prose cution of Caleb Powers who is charged with the assassination of Gov William Goebel III health is the reason assign edJohn Wanamaker is getting as ill fated as Kate Claxton the actress Re cently ho lost his home andmany thous ands of dollars of paintings and now his stables at Lyndenhurst with three horses burned Charges that Orchard was in the em ploy of tho Pinkerton when he killed Steunenberg and that the crime was part of a great conspiracy against Haywood were made by Attorney Richardson in his argument to the jury at Boise Major paymaster Eugene Coffin of the army at Manila has had his left arm amputated the result of infection from the handling of money paying troops He was a veteran of the Civil War and a member of the old McKin seen the last of its La bor day parades at least for several years to come The annual long march through the streets by thousands of unionists has been abandoned by the Federation of Labor and the Associated Building Trades- A 100000 damage suit was filed at Paducah against W W Meadows and several of his friends by Rev Frank Hawley who was recently chastised at Fulton by the infuriated husband who believed that Hawley had been too Intimate with his wife Karl Hau a law professor of Washington was convicted of the murder of his mother In law in Karlsruhe Ger many and sentenced to death The verdict was unpopular and a demonstration followed by tho largo crowd around the courthouse- A large force of night riders attacked the homo of Stephen P Moscly in Trigg county and shot out nine windows in the house Mosoly and his wife who were lying in bed and were aroused by tho shooting were both hit in tho face by glancing shot Griefstricken by a notificatjjnthat her services would after the end of this month Mrs Nielson a housekeeper for a land own er named Ullkjaer of Copenhagen hanged three of her employers children as well as three of her own and then killed herself by hanging Frank Tilford of tho wellknown firm of Park Tilford in New York took a unique way to celebrate his birthday He invited 760 little mothers poor girls who bear some of the burdens of their families to take a trip to Coney Island where they were in troduced to the wonders of the resort at Mr Tilfords expense In a collision between the passenger steamer Columbia and the stcqm schooner San Pedro oft the Mendocino coast ef California nearly 100 passengers lost their lives Saturday night The Columbia was sunk and lies completely submerged in tho deep waters of Cove Capt Doran master of tho Columbia stayed with his vessel womeniselves In the boats and 6n rafts The collision occurred at midnight when all on board save tho lookout and officer on the bridge were asleep in their berths The Charming Woman Is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skln nd that sprlghtll ness of stop and action that accompany good health A physically weak woman 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 11IINJI n1 li KINGSVILLE A number of hay rides were enjoyed from here to the camp grounds last weekThe intensely warm weather has worn out its welcome and we are now long ing for the cool autumn breezes Eld J G Livingston is expected Sunday to fill his regular appointment at the Christian church The Holiness meeting continues at the reunion groundsThe picnic will be held at the G A R reunion grounds beginning Aug 4th and continuing three days They will have a band and quite a number of amusements Dr R A Tate of Somerset will ar rive today for a weeks stay and office at the Hart Hotel Those desiring den- t1 work done call and see him Dr Tate was here about two months ago J L Johnson and others are shipping large quantities of blackberries to the city market Judging from the way Mr Johnson has been hiring his horse and buggy out tho past week a livery stable would pay well here Mrs John Horton is quite III Clarence Dunn of the Q C was with his wife and baby a few days Mrs Mary Lear and daughter Clyde of Narka Kos are guests of relatives here Jesse D Wearen of Stanford was here Monday At the ball grounds Saturday after noon during a game between Grove and Kingsville Ed Bolan of Casey was ac cidentally struck by a ball under the eye and seriously injured It is feared that he will lose the sight of the eye entirely The game was not played outMrs Stella Linthicum and daughters Clara and Cleador returned to their homo at Burgin after a visit to Mrs Major Smith E D Carey is with his wife and son here Mrs Wm Lane is with her nephews at Dayton 0 Miss Frances Perkins of Cincinnati is the guest of relatives here Cecil Gooch was in Somerset Satur day afternoon G C Ronan tie in spector for the Big Four railroad was here this week lie has employed E W Creighton to assist him to inspect between here and Somerset Mrs A Wright of Indiana is the guest of her mother here Mrs Cash Leach and Miss Emma Roulen arrived Saturday from Lexington J Ed Boland of Lexington is here Bud Skidmore con tinues ill of typhoid fever C D Evans and family have moved to his farm near Waynesburg They will be very much missed here Mr Evans preached one Sunday in each month at the Methodist church and was also of great assistance in both the Methodist and Christian Sunday schools He and his family are commended to the good people of Way nesburg Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Lancaster July 243 days Danville July 313 days Cynthiana July 31Hays Harrodsburg Aug 64 days Lexington Aug 126 days Georgetown Aug G3 days Perry ville Aug la3 days Brodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Barbourville Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 234 days Somerset Sept 34 days Bardstown Sept 44 days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- Shepherdsvile Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 3five days Take the Postmasters Word for It Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Chcrryvalo Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines He says Chamberlains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy- Is standard hero in its line It never falls to give satisfaction and wo could hardly affordto be without It For sale by all druggists The Commonwealth questions the right of the L N Railroad Co to operate a hotel for the reason that the companys charter contains no such provision and suit has been filed by Attorney General Hays upon tho ground that the hotel which was bought at court sale and which is located at Guthrie is tho property of the State Ever wake up in tho morning with the nose stuffed up and dry Thats calarrh A 8103 outfit of Hyomel will euro you Money back It it falls G L Penny g J1 M6pN1iQwdr C O RouteIS0OO ROUND TRIPIBEST OF THE SEASON erg 1 ATLANTIC CITYCapo May and other Jersey Coast Resorts THURSDAY AUGUST 15TH Fifteen Days Limit i Stopover at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington on return triplwithin final limit Through Day Coaches and Sleepers to Atlantic Cityrwith- out change For full information and reservation address r GEO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky I ict WANTEDLINCOLN FARMS stiro A largo number of people in this and other counties in Eastern Ken tucky aro selling their coal and timber lands at handsome prices and aro buying farms in Lincoln and other Blue Grass counties We are in touch with buyers throughout Eastern Kentucky If you have a farm in Lincolntfor sale list it with us and it will sell SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTION OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTS Address the Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky l ATTEND THE GREAT Casey County Fair- At Liberty AUG 28 29 30 Liberal premiums on all kinds of Stock C H BARTLE JASON WESLEY President Secretary the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentuckywCapital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 Undivided Profits 500000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DEOrORS J B Owsley StanfordfS H Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk or Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wnynesburg Ky lVE irkComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 815 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is tho time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Books Wall Paper 1FoorW B McRoberts DRUGGIS1I PERSONAL supervision given to allJPrescription compounded H lt ssewmbaNrt A1o1 f t dirlist t4R The Interior Journal E c WALTON J T ROBERTS Ii ftcnmlldnto for Mnglstrnte In the Crab Orchard PUtrlct to the action ot thedewocratlopattyJOHN 01 1lncoln rOllnt ubleettloathfarction of the IHmocrnllo party M BRUCE ollntlIUbjlct0 party JAMES C HAYS- iubJcandidate jnller 01 Jlncoln count enotion of the DlIIocrntlc party D C ALLEN It n cnndldnte the A oRor theLllleliwerni ty tubjcct to notion of party IN 1895 when Col W 0 Bradley was the candidate for governor against Gen P W Hardin Hon Augustus E Will son the republican nominee today for governor was the leader of that notorious dark lantern society called the AP As in Louisville This is the man the republicans have selected as their standard bearer against that sterling and splendid democrat Judge- S W Hager This same Willson is the man who bolted the republican nominee for mayor of Louisville George D Todd he is the same man who had his man Senator Stege of Louisville bo- W Godfrey Hunter the republican nominee for U S Senator in 1S95 Frost all parts of the country President Roosevelt has during the last few days received postal cards urging him to reconsider his declaration of 1904 and accept another nomination for the presidency They are rather elaborately printed containing a picture of the White House under which is the Inscription Uncle Sam will renew the lease Printed in Philadelphia the cards have come from many States and the growing flood of them indicates that some one has started a campaign to induce the president to change his mind WHEN Wilson Takes The Stump is the heading of an article that is going the rounds of the republican press of Kentucky Well what will he do when he takes it Will he say that he- witt pardon Caleb Powers or any of the gang connected with the assassination of Gov Goebel Of course he will not He will sing the old song that rebubli can spellbinders have sung for the past 50 years Abuse democratic adminis trations promise everything in and out of sight and wind up in November a poorer sadder but wiser man COL WILL S HAYS for years river editor of the Courier Journal died in Louisville Tuesday Col Hays besides being a fluent writer and a magnetic speaker was the author of a number s of ballads Molly Darling Driven From Home and Sweet Evangeline being in the list He was a warm hearted affable gentleman and was loved and admired by a legion of friends Col Hays was 70 years old and a good deal of his life was spent on the steamboats plying the Ohio and the Mississippi IT is refreshing and reassuring to observe that Mr Bryan has read the handwriting on the wall and will not press his government ownership proposition It is not an immediate issue he says but it is the ultimate solution of the problem if federal regulation proves ineffective As a final resort the people may agree to the innovation but not otherwise TUB unveiling of a monument to Oli ver P Morton Indianas war governor Tuesday was the occasion of a large gathering of veterans of the Civil War at Indianapolis Among those attend ing were Vice President Charles W Fairbanks and Gen R B Brown Commander in Chief of the G A R INTRODUCED married and gone on their honeymoon inside of six hours is the record made by Miss Sylvia May Hinton of St Louis and Twyman Kirkpatric of Louisville who performed the remarkable feat Monday We opine it will be a case of married in haste and repent at leisure- POLITICAL S D Van Pelt has announced for the republican nomination for Representa tive of Boyle At the Teachers Institute in Madison a resolution asking Hon J A Sul livan to run for Representative carried Fleming county Republicans in mass convention nominated John W Shank lin for Representative The Democratic nominee is Dr W F Dye A meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee will be held at Frankfort Tuesday next upon a call of three members Chairman McQuown being absent in Europe Hon Harvey Helm Congressman from the District has got his figures a little too high we think He was in Washington D C last week and stated that the Democratic major ity in Kentucky this year would be 40 000 Come down a few notches Mr Helm The majority will be only 27 600 Adair News rr pv t 3 s awesrk Judge S W Hager issued a signed card explaining the duties of the Auditor of the State as to collections from W J Semonin the former County Clerk Judge linger said that Mr Scmonina indebtedness to the Slate amounts to 1577350 and whatever sums were collected by him for license taxes in July Until the check for June collections was returned unpaid Air Scmonina settlements were mado as required by law once in each month Judge Hager said he has done his full duty as a State officer and was ready to give an accounting of his acts to the citizens of Kentucky Here and There Mrs J S Robey one of the best known women in Franklin is dead Judge John II Fryer tho oldest member of the Falmouth bar is dead The postofllce at Marengo Ind was robbedof 1000 in stamps and money Mrs Claude E Markey was burned to death at Pasadena California while taking an alcohol bath Near Marrowhone Frank Boone aged 12 and Harrison Bruington 15 were drowned while bathing William Semonin county clerk of Jefferson was arrested for embezzlement lIe is said to be 43000 behind with the State Mrs Russell Sage has sent her check for 100000 to Chancellor J R Day as- a gift to the teachers college of Syra cure University Conductor Hamilton of the Pcre Marquette freight train that was in the fatal wreck at Salem Saturday has been released from custody At Forems Tenn the eightyearold son of W P Upchurch shot and killed his aunt a Miss Spurlin by the accidental discharge of a shotgun Joseph G Gennetti in jail at Belle ville ill has confessed to setting a death trap in the Consolidated coal mine at Collinsvillc July 1 The trap killed two men Dr J T Killebrew a prominent physician and society man of Mobile was killed in an automobile accident at a railroad crossing and two other club men were injured While a gang of men were digging a culvert on the Louisville Nashville in Hardin county the earth caved in kill ing Aaron Smith of Colesburg and seriously injuring J B Kinnell of Clair montThe misfortunes of Frank H Moore head of Fairfield N J resulted in his becoming possessor of a bag of gold and silver Morehead was on a fishing trip Before noon time he had stepped in a hole and sprained an ankle upset a canoe and nearly drowned With no fish he was making a short cut for home It led him through grounds where a cottage was burned four years ago Briers hide the path and the cellar excavation He tumbled into the cellar and got up to vow that he would never go fishing again Then he saw a silver sugar bowl near by Investiga tion disclosed more silver including big and little pieces and in a crevice was a black box It contained watches and many rings some of them set with diamonds The goods found by Moore head are valued at from 2500 to 3000I and are supposed to have been by thieves IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES London has let a contract for water M G Morris wife of the keeper of the county farm is dead in Mercer Q C telegraph operators will get a raise of 250 to 10 per month beginning Aug 1 John Whittaker a Q C trainman had a leg cut off near Tateville His home is at Corbin Edward Gregory aged 18 years is wanted at Monticello on the charge of having shot and killed Preston Foster with whom he had quarreled Hon Willard Mitchell will assist in the defense of Robert Hocker the Ne gro who killed Newton Veal in Fayette The trial was set for yesterday- A branch of Swift Co has just been decided on for Somerset and a tremendous cold storage establishment has almost been completed for the stock W J Sams has sold a half interest in his candy business to N J Cone The plant will be enlarged to take care of the growing businessAdvocate Highland College Williamsburg has been sold to the Board of Trustees of Williamsburg Institute for 40000 and the two Institutes will be consolidated- N H W Aaron the wellknown Attorney will remove from the Russell Springs to Liberty lIe has purchased a two acre lot from J W Whipp and will erect a handsome residence The meeting at Logans creek conducted by Rev George H Nicol continues to grow in interest and good crowds are attending notwithstanding the hot weather and busy season with yesterdayfromvery pleasing and interesting gentleman A Wonderful Happening- Port Byron N Y has witnessed one of tho most remarkable cases of heating ever recorded Amos F King of that place says Bucklena Arnica Salve cured n sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years I am now 85 Guaranteed to cure all sores by Pennys Drug Store 25c A Memorable Day One of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills tho painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep tho bowels right 26c at Penny Drug Store The first general strike in 12 years of the United Hatters of America Involv- Ing about 20000 men throughout tho country is now threatened against the open shop which the National Fur Felt Hat Manufacturers Association proposes to introduce Junction City Enterprise Company of Boyle county with 3000 capital stock has been incorporated The in corporators are S W Burke W M Trosper and J F Kune of Junction CityThree young women in Helena Mont have been awarded the estate of their grandfather in Germany It is valued at 40000000 and has been in litigation for three years Accused of tearing down a United States flag and then trampling upon it James Grant a British subject was tried and convicted in a Court at Birch Mic- hKentucky Merchants Write the and I will ihow you how you mn wake from llmito tW n year band IIn Edlaon JbollOlMpb Itttonlnd HUll dlea on nn Inrmtuioiit of lets tbnn IHH Lawrence McCreHl Pnetory Agent 38 Kant nth Htrwt Cincinnati O Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky June 7 1007 One drop of B41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken instant ly When fed in the feed or water it is the best IhaeeerusedIWILL B41144 is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes heap and Limber neck Price 50 cents No cure no pay NOTICE ILincoln Tlreult Court Matthew Woodton Admr of the estate rightplalntlntvsOrder JOrowInequity has been fllcU In the clerks oniew stylebonagIvenlheiIn for the settlement of the estuteof sold de- c lent It Is now ordered that nil creditors decedent shell appear before Jeorge H Hnufley Master Commissioner of the Lin NtnnfonlKy Andliesaidlalinder shall uro In four successive Issues of the interior Journal liven under my hand as clerk of the Lin coin Circuit Court this July ft Huff J K IltiLliAM Clerk The Fzll Term Opens TUESDAY SEPT 307 scholarshipsforyour County Superintendent now about yours Appointments will be made by your County Superintendent on Aug 17 Saturday State certi ficates and Life Diplomas are award edwhen earned by resident work Write for complete catalogue to the presidentR N ROARK Richmond Ky FOR SALE I hn- tourststIntiroHtutesi1leet to remitter Apply to J tortes on Cook farm Uowliiiul Ky INotice Butchers I Good refrigerator 9 ret high and it feet nt n tuirgaln Alto a lot of butchertouls MAIISIIAII llKumNo Hustonvllle Ky BUTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to buy butrher collie of nil klmli forth lcteeteru market fart a car load or Kin week Ilest rice paid J W Wtl llauii Phone NH Htnnfurd Ky L SN TINE TABLE No Jl Houth llrtlrNO South liill r iNosi North exit A No a North HIT p JOS S RICE Agen- tNOTICE All persons having claim against th- estate of Coney deceased are hen tJ notlfel to preent t ltllltl to tilt prop trly lrOlIl1ml nl rttlulnd by luv by kept Randolph Coney Ailnrr 01 deemmlJoseph CotTey Morvlnml Ky Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Mill Has been thoroughly renovated and Ijnpw In one condition to the Itof lwtl tt Custum grinding dune on each TVEtl Y nod Will grind for the toll as formerly live me n trial W HHM1TII Pro rletur lrsll Orcnnr h Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sale s acres of fertile tend tsctIItlIlIr tm with n twostory ironic Enormous stock tarn and ntnrrIIIDM of water sltunml oil the Golfe t fnlncohCi lKentuky IIUMOtlMlli l t rlllIl lIrUrin on lUetinit oUert- da owners ale for is itedItln The are nonresidents uf the Htute and hut belRIt their iiersonal attention to tin- A able to give decided to sell prlwgrtcetermsdreusndl inquiries for other to CHAKLKHN MANNING Becurlty Truit Co Lexington 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central lien tricky Get Hate before Insuring Nothing but first clasa Companies Itopre tented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Min Phone 2J STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell mrfarm i miles Vest ltuatonyllle I mile from pike nnll tRrlnconsisting of IlIcnos of richtern HllltlOnl or tobacco land nil InIollllt mp he equally tllldt1 dvllntRlteo grass This stilt can ftl to have a good dwelling each pleeo DIM necessary outbuildings a only one olktenl n house goal wftttr la every tbroullbspringe strennts running Wb0l tract J BTKBLK OAUIRNTKH lluitonvlllr Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 330 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels ot 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 failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto late place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days yr cash bal tnce to stilt purchaser For further information in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky ATTEND THE RUSSELL SPRINGS PAIR Aug1 6 7 8 9 t Every Daya Big Day With Balloon Ascension No Dust and Good Order oatafae Liberal Premium List and 12 Mile Regulation Track Ad dress R C WOODS Secretary Russell Springs Ky i MO FAIRSLast week the Fairs begun and you will want the Light est and Coolest things pos sible for comfort We are ready for you with son up shirts l A with or without Collars at r 150 and 2 Low Shoes 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 h and 500 Long SoftI4 in HandsWin = sors Ties i 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from 50c to 650 The New Greys and Bluetf Serge TwoPiece Suits 1250 15 and 20 We will have If eeverything neces sary for your comfort rallttl H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY l odaks and odak Supplies Wo can supply you with films for No1 Eastman Kodak No1 Pnmoram Kodak No 1A Enitinnn Kmlajc No 1 Brownie Kodak No2Itttnnn Kodak No2 Brownie Kodnx No2 Dulls Eye Kodak Floxo Kodak We also have a nice line of Kodaks nnd other supplies PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky +www + VwVIaM Imported Castile Soap t We have this Soap for convenience I cut in 5 and JOc Blocks h tr LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris Creen I When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handletthe bestat the lowest STANFORD price1 f rjIIwww OJ E ExTc XT UP Y We are still offering BARGAINS in all goods which were not closed entirely out during the Sale We take ONEFOURTH OFF the price of all Waists and Skirts Ten Per Cent Discount on all Low r Shoes Laces at 3c 7c and 13c a yard Parasols ONEFOURTH OFF the price Special offering in Lawns at 9c 13c 19c 39c Silks at 39c worth 50c Silks at 69c worth 100 f n i SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BrANFonn KY JULY 20 1907 FOR a good Talcum Powder Try Col Kntos Cashmere IJouquot for ID eta atPenny Drug Store PERSONALS Miss FRANCES Coornn visited Lan t castor friends Miss JOSBPIIINB BRADY was with Lancaster friends this week MBSDAMES W P GIUMM and W II Shanks are at Crab Orchard G BARNES WEAKEN Is over from Lexington with the homefolks MR AND Mlts MARK HARDIN are at the King Hotel Crab Orchard Mi88 ROBERTA OBANNON Is with i Lancaster friends during the fair loll MILFORD HALL of Louisville visit old friendscame up Tuesday to Miss ELIZABCTH HUMIILE of Parks villc Is tho guest of Mrs J It Powell MR AND MRS E P OWHLUY are up from Columbus Ga for a few weeks Miss VIRGINIA SIIU ATE of New burn Tenn is with Miss Sara Baugh manMIss SULA EADS of Montlcollo Is tho guest of Misses Roberta and Kato h Eads MISS EILBN SCOTT of the Gllbcrti Creek section is ill with typhoid lever MR W M BOOLE and wife of Newt Orleans passed through to Lancaster Tuesday MRS C E POWELL and sons of Lexington are guests of Mrs W G Withers Mn SILAS ANDERSON who has been sick for some time was much worse yesterdayL HUEY has taken a position with Putnam the ladles furnisher at Lebanon Mns JOHN BOYLE of Moreland leaves today for Indianapolis to visit her daughter JAMBS CIUITBLL of Paris and Ben f nlo Benton of Lexington are with Coleman Lutes MRS J II BAUQHUAN and Miss Halllo Bello Mocker wentto Mammoth Cave Wednesday Missus HALUB BENTON and Anna Belle Bulnor of Lexington arc guests of Miss Abbie Lutes Miss NETTIE WRAY is spending a few weeks drinking tho health giving t waters at Crab Orchard Miss BERTIE MURPHY of McKinney was visiting her grand parents Mr 1 t I a Nunnelley1a down from Corbin Tuesday to spend a few days I J with relatives and friends Miss VIRGINIA HIATT of Louisville has been visiting Mrs Mattie Ne 1who went to Brodhead Tuesday LITTLE KATIE daughter of Mr nnd Mra Henry Anderson is convalescing from a mill spell of typhoid fever Miss PATSY PRBWITT who has been with Miss Tevis Carpenter returned to her home at Lexington Wednesday Jesse TnAYLOR of tho L N with headquarters at Corbin spent several days with his family at Gilberts Creek MRS S M ALLEN and children returned to Millersburg Wednesday after a delightful stay with her parents hero MRS W W BURGIN and children of Lexington are with her parents Mr and Mrs J F Edmiston at Crab Orch aril JUDGE M C SAUFLEY will leave tomorrow for Salyersvillc where ho will hold n special term of tho Mngoffln cir cuit court ts MESDAMES W It RICE of Louis vlllo and C M Henry and sons Ows toy and Ed of Chicago were the guests of Dr J B Owslcy and wife Miss ARETHUSA MCALISTER of Way Miss who Is visiting relatives hero went to Lebanon Wednesday to visit tho family of Mr C T Bohon Miss ANNA BOYLE who has been vis iting her grandmother Mrs James Guest In Crab Orchard for two weeks returned home yesterdayCourier Journal HON HARVEY HKLM and Judge James P Bailey returned Wednesday night from a delightful trip to Wash ington Now York Jamestown and other points f NEWS comes from Morcland that n son has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Jones Baughman The young man has been named Smith for his great uncle of this place MRS W H HIGGINS and Miss Eli- zatboth Higgins went to Munfordsvillo to t L see Rev A A Higgins installed as pastor They will go through Mam moth Cave during their absence T D NEWLANDJR is sojourning nt Crab Orchard Springs MRS JAMES F CUMMINS went up to Hnlsey today to visit her brother PROF J B SCEARCB of Jessamine Institute has been visiting Miss Eulah Totten ATTORNEY GKO D FLOKBNCU went down to Lebanon on buslnus yesterday afternoonMR STONUOC Liberty was in town yesterday consulting Dr T W Pennington MR JOHN DOWNBR will leave Satur day for England to visit relatives for a month or so MR R B MAHONY went up to Or lando Rockcastlc county yesterday to adjust a fire lots CHARLBS DAWBS and family have moved into ono of the Baughman cottages on Mill Street Miss NANCY YEAGER entertained a number of friends yesterday afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Harmon Stitt MRS W W SWEENEY returned yes terday from a visit to friends In Wash ington county Miss Huilio Brewer came with her and is her guest DR W B OBANNON operated on Mr Thos Gooch in tho Woynesburg section for peritonitis The operation was a very difficult as well as one but Mr Gooch was doing nicely at lost accounts Dr OBannon tells us LOCALS SOUTH BEND watches for sale at MuellerseBEAUTIFUL line ofsouvenir post cards just in Mrs W S Jones BBN caught a threepound bass under the dam at Dawsons mill LOST between my house and tho fair grounds a gray coat with a twist of tobacco in ono of the pockets William Fields TWENTY PER CENT cash discount on all womens and childrens low cut shoos 3 grade for 240 etc Cum- mins McClaryeTHE butter milk fthe Stanford Creamery Co will be sold Saturday July 27 Those desiring to bid will see Secretary W H Shanks ITTHE postofllce at Grove Casey coun ty will be discontinued after Aug 11 Patrons of that olllco will be supplied by R P D No1 from Waynesburg GREEN BAUGHMAK Stanfords larg est Negro citizen is 09 years old and has never taken a drink of whisky or beer in his life lIe has never been sick a day and for the past 16 years has not eaten supper Two meals a day arc enough for me Breakfast at about 4 and dinner at 12 is all I want he says SOME persons pted invita tion to a party given by Miss Eulah Totten and brother Mr Elwood Tot ten Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Ethel Cunningham of Lexington and Mr Joseph Bryan of Louisville In tho receiving line were Miss Totten Miss Cunningham and Mr Bryan Miss Totten and her brother entertained and made every one have a good time The pretty home was tastily decorated and the spacious yard was made almost as light as day with myriads of lanterns and candles Misses Anna Warren and Vera Totten presided with much grace at the frappo bowl At an appropriate hour delicious ices and cake were serv ed It was well nigh midnight when the happy guests took their departure and they then did so with much reluc tance OUR people generally regret that Rev L M Omer is to give up the pastorate at the Christian church Ho will leavo some time during the next six months but wherever he goes he will carry with him the good will of the ma jority of those who know him A splen did pastor a good preacher and a thor oughly consecrated man It will be a hard task for the officers of the Chris tian church to fill his place Rev Omer is very popular with his congregation and it is generally regretted that the church officials have deemed it exped lent to engage another pastor The life of a preacher is a hard ono at best and particularly is it a trying one when his lot is cast among those who do not ap preciate his efforts We are sorry Mr Omer is to leave us and especially do we regret that he does not do so on his own accord Ho will find a good church though for such men as he is are not without a pastorate long A Nice shower fell Wednesday after noon cooling tho atmosphere tempora rily THOSE having bills against tho fair association will present them at once rotaryefor payment James F Cummins sec JAMBS ROGERS for breach of the peace and furnishing liquor to a minor was tried in Judge Wkrrens court by a jury and found not guilty TilE democratic county committee is called to meet at the court house here at 1 oclock Monday Aug 12 county court day James F Holdam chair manTIm Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 bafJalnIor prices ATTEND the Lancasterfair today The show of stock is groat the crowds are largo and everybody is enjoying the characteristic hospitality of the Gar rard county people 0 P11UFFlfAhas moved to the new building opposite B D Carters livery stable on Depot street and IsI better than ever prepared to wait his customers to fresh meat A DISPATCH says JS Hund leys barn at Hubers Station was struck by lightning and it was to the ground Two horses and a amount of feed etc also burned LET us ordertheme Kentucky State Journal for you Daily from now until after the election for Besides giving political news it is brimful of gen eral social and other kinds of news AT tho Lancaster airWednesday James R Bcazlcy got two blue ties one on his fine roan gelding Andy Pence Mr W H Murphy got the blue In the mart and colt ring and also in the colt ring over a number of competitors AR5t9FORBLUB GRASS SALE Fine farms throughout Central Ken tucky for sale ranging in size from 40 to 700 acres From 30 to 100 per acre in price Write us for list or de scription Hughes Swinebroad Real Estate Dealers Lancaster Ky FEW drunks were gathered In Mon day The arrest was something so un usual that a large crowd was attracted by the occurrence Lancaster once noted for her lawlessness is now as quiet as a county grave yard and it has all been brought about by securing officers who play no favorites and who do their duty to the letter Lancaster Record 100 DAYS Harrison Dahner a white man was given 10 days in jail for jump ing trains Jailer Hcrrin put him to breaking rock and he skipped out Mr Matt Martin caught Dabner In a barn at Rowland and on being turned over to the jailer Judge Warren gave him 90 days extra The judge says he intends to break up both train jumping and leavetaking and those who do either may expect to catch it as Dabncr did AT n meeting of the directors of the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Asso ciation held at tho secretarys office in Crab brchard Ky July 23 a dividend of 10 per cent was declared on their meeting of July 1011 and 12 1907 All persons holding stock which has been purchased from original stockholders and which has not been transferred on the books of the association will send in their certificates to the secretary at onco and havo it transferred on tho books when the certificates will be re turned with check for tho 10 per cent dividend R IL Bronaugh secy NARROW EseArebliss Mao Alvcrson aged about M the bright young granddaughter of Mrs Mattie Alverson of High street was thrown from a buggy last week andsustained injuries about the head from which she has not fully recovered Sho and n companion were driving n horse which was rather fractious and while making lungeThisyoung ladys head was cut about the car She was unconscious for 45 min utes and is just now able to sit up a little The escape was very narrow and her friends are rejoiced to know she fared no worse Richmond Climax Miss Alverson is a niece of Mr J M Alverson of this office and visited him hero a few weeks ago t w HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co GET ready for the great Danville fair next week OLD fashioned andffreale Ap ply at this office iFOR SALS 90 stock ewe A Rogers R F D No1 TUB L willanother cheap excursion over the K C to Cincinnati Sunday SUIT SINGLETON has been In the South End of Lincoln visiting the public schools MAYOR FLOCantics has dls posed of his holdings in the oil busi ness in Wayne and has returned to Stanford JAMES SINGLETON was tried In Squire Wallins court Wednesday at Crab wcaponsIwas that gentleman Mr Singleton appeal ed the cas- eTEnnyMrs Paulina Terry widow of W A Terry died at 10 oclock Wed nesday nt the home of her daughter Mrs John Young near Highland She 1was 95 years old and had been a member of the Christian church for many years The burial occurred at Mt Moriah at 10 oclock yesterday 1A FREIGHT engine was badly used up a box car sent up for repairs and Fire man Sam Hockcr had a leg badly cut and was hurt about the chest In a side swipe at the depot Tuesday afternoon During the switching a car was kick ed to the main track and the engine took the siding but there was not enough room for it to pass and as the railroad men say the engine side swiped the box car The wreck de layed No 22 the Southbound passserf ger some 30 minutes The wounded fireman was taken to his home at Leb anon Junction and was doing well at last accounts TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley Las charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Little Ills of Children Mothers and all others who have chil theirfamiliessimple and reliable remedies that correct peoplechargeofconstipationandels get in the habit of not working nor constipationresultsthrough life Then children eat almost continually and as a consequence Indigestion sets In soon followed by worms ordlarrheaoranyoneofadozen itself Is outline altogether too much faith In presentandofsomething thanDrbut acts gently and ai It haa a pleasant taste nuya50centorfrom sickness You should remember that a child whose stomach It In good worktog order is diseasesSirs the remarkable health of her child to Dr Caldwells SyrupPepsfnwhichshevivesregularlyInthesedisorders ofherderful remedy Try It In your own family end verybottleand the purity of Ingredient Is also vouched for Uuyingaddressing ttie company Thli offer Is to prove that the remedy do it we claim and It only open to those have never taken It Send for It If you have any symptoms of stomach liver or disease Gentlest vet most effective laxative for children women and old THEPUBUOproductbearsPEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell Bldg Monticello III f South East Corner Main and b I Depot Streets t I 25 Per Cent r Off on all White Parasols Brown Auto Veils reduced from to 75c Auto Veiling reduced to29c New linefTan and Black Belts choice 49c Re member the great reduction we are making on all Summer Goods and the 10 Per Cent Off for Cash on all Sta ple Goods to Aug 1907 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions ShoesIPhone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY HOI weather suits Remember we Have Reduced the Prices on All Our Light Weight r Suits l tt li k r W J5 Perkins J Crab Orchard Kentucky E T PENCE STANFORD KY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has mado preparation Let usl help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Department of the Sue Bennett Memorial SchooltiWrite for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to acv complish Address J C LEWIS or E HLYLEI London Ky rO fj 044 HiljiNJou wC IIr The Interior Journal Entered cu Ucondclati malterIPlIBUSHHD AT 100 PER YEAR CASH Wben not so paid ItOO will be charge Jesse W Sweeney rBOPBIKTOB Livey Food and Salo Stable IiLanoaster Ky NOTICEAny one needling n Union Jnck nnd Wlr Btretcher cnn leave their order with T U Newland at tttnnford Ho tine one he wll i show you and take your order and will nIL thrtnrae on abort notice BTMJNSFOUD NOTICE OlvmplnnHpringesltantel6n11lee outh of cKlnnlY station on It It find on McKlnnuy A Mlddleburg pike or which hacks rnn dally Hunduy Is now open for the treatment ot Hheuina turn Liver Kidney Bladder nnd nil Htom Job and Bowel Troubles Ilheumatlim n specialty lit reasonable rates for partlcu lore and terms address YlIt8tMHlror- UYID Box 31 lluitonvllle Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fishor Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Htreet between Hnrlngs and town H mile from Halt Sulphur distance from Brown Springs Splendid ta ble and cool comfortable rooms Rates j prweek i INSURANCEPere Accident None but the STtO1 BEST Represented Lowest Pos sible Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Bee r UneQualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothIng wben there Is so little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit innde to your measure tailor I have a handaomenneufspringMummergoodeIcan the finest dress suit Overcoata Sri and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none HO RUPLEY The Tailor Htnnford Ky Boone Wails Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY special Attention Given Commercial Men Good age at Reasonable Mutes Stock Pena In Connection Also for nil kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Steam Knalnes Threshing Machinery und Saw Slllls It will pay you to see us before buy Also commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery JC McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY U Office Phone Home Phone its Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm V era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattmgaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 UdI PREACHERSVILLEI Mrs Matt Rigsby is ill of dropsy Dr Penniman of Berea College was here in the interest of his school While shooting printers please shoot the one who persists in spelling Drakes Creek Drake without the final s William Spangler of Griffin Station killed a large rattle snake which had 12 rattles and a button For some unaccountable reason snakes are unusu ally scarce Miss Lizzie Pettua is teaching the Walnut Flat school Miss Lucy Massy is at the Hobbs school house Miss Maggie Culton of Crab Orchard at Whites schoolhouse Mrs Susan Edmiston is quite ill of malaria and other troubles There area few cases of measles and smallpox at Harmons Lick All of the sick and injured reported in our last letter are well or convalescent J S Pettus sold 23 210pound hogs to B D Holtzclaw at530 John Col son sold a nice gelding to W D Elmore for 90 Corn is selling here at 3 to 5360 Meadows are below the aerage but hay cured nicely Corn is looking wellAs yet no teacher has applied for the Preachersville school Hustle ub Mr Trustees get a teacher and let the school begin at once As it is the lit tie folks will get snowbound ere a school term will have closed On account of commencing late our schoo have a meagre attendance in the Fall Lightning killed a steer for J P Ballard and maimed a fine colt for J J Thompson Chas Grigsby had a 100 mule to break its neck by jumping a fence E L Sowders who Is with J P Ballard can skin a steer in five minutes After he starts the hide he attaches a mule to it and yanks it off the carcass being fastened to a tree or something solid This is a trick of the plainsMiss Lillie Edmiston of Louisville is the attractive guest of her cousin Miss Olga Cummins Mr and Mrs J T Bingaman are with W P White and wife Mrs H F Newland of Cedar Creek visited her daughter Mrs W C Cummins Dr and Mrs H E B Hymer were guests of Mrs Pettus T W Payne of Louisville visited his brother J F Payne Mr and Mrs Henry Blankenship visited at Brodheai Miss Annie Newland of Crab Orchan is visiting the Misses Pettus Sam Ballard of Garrard captured a large bug on his veranda which would be hard to name It was five inches long as broad as a mans middle finger and its color was black at a distance but on close Inspection all the tints of the rainbow appeared a Josephs coat in minature Two horns came out of its head and were tipped with red and greatly resemble red thorns crooked and snapped together like a pair of tongs Its eyes were as big as burl shot and very bright We have neer seen anything like this bug in any work on entomology and if we could have se cured it before it was destroyed w e would have forwarded it to the Smithsonian Institute LongLiveThe Klngl Is tho popular cry throughout Kurc pean countries while In America the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings Now Discovery King or Throat and Lung Remedies of whicl Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never fails to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Paines opinion h shared by n majority of the Inhabitants of this country Now Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for oughs and colds Its the only sure cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store 50c and Trial bottle free A farmer pointed to a heap of soft coal That is for my hogs he said Fuel for them Food for them Soft coal is excellent for hogs being a preventative of- swine disease They like it too Look at that fellow A fat hog was ecstatically chewing a mouthful of soft coal His eyes had look of bliss and from the corners of- his mouth little black streams trickled Its medicine said the farmer but they like it Each hog gets away wit his bushel of soft coal a year Bad Burn Quickly Healed- I am so delighted with what Cham rlainB Solve has done for me that I feel bound to write and toll you so says Mrs Robert Mytton457 John St Hamilton Ontario Myllttledaugh ter had a bad burn on her knee I applied Chamberlains Salvo and It beal- ed beautifully This salve allays the pain of a burn almost Instantly It is for sale by all druggists Because France is without a public executioner the death sentence given ileillant a fiend convicted of brutal istreatment and murder of a little girl probably will be given life Imprisonment Tho case has caused great popular indignation on account of the brutality of the crime When your stomach wont let ou- eat a hearty meal without pain or dls- tress get the help of Mlona stomach tablets Money back If they fall G L Penny w anevnavixtat L The Doctor Away from Home when Most Needed People are often very much dlsap pointed to find that their family lJh sic Ian Is away from home when they most need his services Diseases like cramp colic and cholera morbus require prompt treatment and have In many Instances proven fatal Ixroro medicine could be procured or a phy sician summoned Tho right way is to keep at hand a bottle of Chambcrlui 8 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hem cdy No physician can prescribe a better medicine for these diseases D having In tho house you escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy It now It may save life For sale all druggists MATRIMONIAL Mr Lonnie Stephen widower 64 and Mrs Julia Wren widow 40 sectir ed license to marry Mr Frank P Carter 21 and Miss Lizzie Beckwell 21 will be married tomorrow at Rowland Gunda an elephant at the Bronx zoological park abruptly ended a country couples honeymoon by chewing all their ready cash The Louisville Herald says Ben H Davis who was operated on for appendicitis shortly after he was married to Miss Maud Voris of Burgl Ky Monday afternoon at the StI Josephs Infirmary is doing well and the attendants say that the newlyma bride is an excellent nurse Constipation For constipation there Is nothli StomIaehbowels without anydlsagreeableelle Price 25 cents Samples free Al1 druggists The mans indignation was terribl Those boys he said tied a kettle to a cats tail and chased it four mile Iam going to have them all arrestedI Was it your cat we inquire gentlyNo said he it was my kettle During the summer kidney irreg larities are often caused by excessIve drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys atonce by using Foleys Kidney Cure G L Pen- nyHENRY WATTERSONi PAPER Weekly Courier Jourru AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5O Few people la the United States hire not heard ot the CourierJournal Democratic 10 all thing fall la all things clean In at bingo It Is essentially a family paper By a pedal arrangement we are enabled toot fer the WEEKLY COUIHEROUUXAL one iarnd this paper for the price named Send your subicrlptlon for the com- bInation to unot tc the CourierJournal The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Htate College of Kentucky offers the followIng courses namely Agricultural Ohanlcal Knglneerlng Civil Knulneer Ing Mining Engineering Electrical Kn leerlng Normal Hchool which nlld- lIeell Hclentllle courses each of II- Xtonda over four years and lends to tIlI- IlInohelorIIlree cour organized IIl1der ii separate faculty TIll Kunurnl fllcult consisting of profuusors nitilstant ofessors and Irutrurton numlnirs over bounty appointee receive fnv tuition Ivlleiiu of resilience In dormitories fuel Ulltlllghb unit trawling expenses If they remnlu ten consecutive months or one lleglate year lalK rnli rtesund muMUmii nro large ill etjulpiMd comprehensive and modern Hilary Mclence Is fully provided for ns re Irod by tongres 9raduetoIn tin several courses of study willy find employment with lllieral re nitration of imitrlcu late8 inst year was till Knelt department sn specialist lit lie hum with the neces ry numlwr of ussHUiuls minnipr schools nru provided for In dagogy Kiiglnecrlna nod Iniitructlonllii Hulmee and the Li Ierol Arts v rhw young women hind an excellent home- with board anti lodKlUR In Puttcmon Hall ilch Is well equlpiHU with nil modern nvenleiiLes Itathrooms hall for physical culturc lit fUO er weak All the courses of study In the Oolleut lire open to young women upon Identical conditions with- tbooe IIIP to males The attentlnucoupoutha Korinnl Hchool In connection with the of Kdu thou last year more than doubled that of yearPhree namely 0111 for tha purtmentof Kducatlonone for Aurlcul turn Science and n Library Hull are IIroccsII of erection and will IH completed arly In the next collegian year Nur Uatalogues of obtaining np Intments Information regarding courses of study and terms of adml slonnpply to- JAH K PATTKKHOX Ph n L L n Pre ir O Frazee Itus Agt Islington Ky- IIonu Term Begins Meet 12 1007 rLfl j Visit The EM- DANVILLE FAIR a JUlg 31- Augusi I Clod 2 Shady Grounds Fine Amphitheatre Big band to dispense music Write for catalogues and other information itCe GSect Danville Ky There is luck in Shoes Jinny people my there is luck in old Show fThat is doubtless because there is comfort in them In buying new Shoes you are trusting to luckComfort and Wear surely The SHOE is n lucky Shoo ir this respect Youll find the comfort CnOSSgTTI no brcnl Jnj in Yon find they wear little by little no breaking a pair aid comfortable Wo have a complete line of up to fug Dry Goods Shoes Hats and Cups Ladies and Gent Furnishings OuIprices are right SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Gasoline Engine Oil Harvesting Oil Cylinder Oilt f Gasoline Diamond Floor Dresst WeH IIngStanford KentuckyI First National BankStanford ICI Capital Stock 50000 This Institution waa originally establlihsd as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In llll then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 184J and again reorganised as the First National Baik of Stanford In lilt baring had practically an unlntsr rupted existence for 41 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing basinets promptly and well than ever biter In Its lung honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited Offlom J I HOOKER Psst I T OAKUM V Pri 11 MoKOnKRTS Ohr W II WEARKNAiitOhri 1t Dlrtotors l- t 4t Reid naTl1le B T Harris Stanford IrKM D inure Stanford n Baughman T P Hill Jas Robinson J II Baugbman J M Pettus BtanfordI0 E Tate GEORGE FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY n Old Dutch Cleanser Chases Dirt= = =Thats AH itit GEO D HOPPER Main Street STANFORD KY I F