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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 9 1907 NO 46 I PLEASANT POINT Rev W G Tilford filled his appoint mont at this place Saturday and Sun dayThe South Kentucky Association will- be held at Eubanks on the 13th and 14th of this month Quite a number oC Pleasant Point peoplo contemplate go- Ing Wo are glad to know that out church house will be painted in the near future Squire Harris Is very low Mrs Martha Walls who bite been sick for some time is convalescing Miss Emma I Koutcn has returned from Lexington We are glad to state that she 151m proving and Is much better than we exi pected to see her John Dye and wife of Duck Creek visited W D Dye Otis Hamilton and wife of Harrods burg are visiting at Frank Whitehalls Misses Grace and Florence Walls oC Leo county are guests of relatives here Charlie Alford has gone to Bra head to work In the restaurant of Da vld Rambo Miss Della Vogue was the guest of MM Rob Dishon Sunday Mr and Mra Mack Petrey visited Wm Murphy and wife Lynza Sowders pent a few days with the homofolks Mrs Allle Uastln wife of James Has tin died at the home of her father Sunday morning She had been III for a long time of a complication of troubles and her sufferings had been great Death must have been a welcome to her She was about 35 years old and Is iurvived by her husband and three small children Deceased was a daugh ter of Mr and Mrs G W Cummins of this place and was loved by all who knew her She leaves three alsten Mesdames Mary Leach of Lexington y Mattie Ruby of Pittsburg and Llllie Graybeal of this place and four brothers Asher Will John and Sam Cum mini Sill of whom were present at the funeral except Will who resides In I Texas For a long time Mrs Has I tin had been a member of the Christian church and she frequently expressed herself as being ready and willing to meet her Maker Always The Typo Among Clyde Fitchs amusing col lection of ecrap books there is one de voted to typographical errors The noted playwright snowed thU volume to a reporter recently and the young man copied some extracts from it One Item concerned a dance The word bonnier was misprinted with this deplorable result There were no bonier ladles present than the Mayors own daughters and this fact was further emphasized by the jverfcct fit of the shepherdess costumes they wore A country paper after telling how a I Icow got in front of a train said As the safest course under the clr cumstances the engineer put on full steam dashed into the cow and literally cut it Into two calves A New York society editor misprint I ti ing the word chill published this state mentMrs Astor waa unavoidably absent t rom the reception being kept at home by a bad child A political editorial which should have said The masses believed him said instead Them asses believed him Supporting a candidate for the may ralty a country editor wrote Mr Smith is also renowned for his great veracity and enormous capacity for work and you will always find him even under adverse circumstances full of good spirits This paragraph appeared in next days paperMr Smith is also renowned for his great voracity and enormous capacity ofCor pork and you will always find him even under adverse circumstances full of good spirit HAD AN AWFUL TIME ButChamberlalns Colic Chol t era and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him It la with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had a severe case of measles I got caught out In a hard rain and the measles settled in IIIV stomach and bowels I had an awful time and had It not been for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have possibly lived but a few hours longer but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well I have written the above through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy Sam H G win Concord Ga For sale by all druggists- Mary AnnNow look here John Henry If you keep on staying out so late youll kill yourself John HenryThen I should shtill be your late husband me dearsh The Pennsylvania Express was wreck ed by a sideswipe near Kelley Sta don Pa and six persona were killed t Bobbltt on the Circus Etc CRAB ORCHARD Aug EI desire to say n few words In commendation or hangs Show the finest and loudest praised show that has been at Crab Orchard in five decades They have more to show and showed more thanlan show that ever showed here Dr Phil lips says he has seen many a show even John Robinsons great show but nothing over beat this show And what a crowd What good order What satisfaction I Oh it was grand Nit hundred peoplo under one canvas When they asked the mayor Col J W Guest what was charged for the li cense the mayor replied Ten dollars Why Lancaster only charged 5 said the manager Well thcrt Is that much difference between the two towns replied the mayor and af ter the show was over the circus main ger looked up Col Guest andsald You are right Wo made 12 times as much money here as at Lancaster This show has done much good The people have gone to work in earnest to get ready for the show when it comet back next July which it promised to do on invitation of many of the people hero What nice Southern gentlemen Maj E A Holmes of the Confederate army and nt Shiloh and what a ringmaster and what a manager Mr Mc laughlin of Rockford III asked into name him personally as having solo charge of the tents that cover one of the grandest shows in all Christendom A dark eyed lovely lady from Memphis also gave me her name and address but I have misplaced It I am to send her- copy of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Per haps shall find the address against then I remember when this show was at Stanford the r J spoke of what a set of gentlemen they were and what a good show Well I want to welcome Clarence Coleman back to the dear old INTERIOR JOURNAL Clarence I have read of you at or rather from Port Said when you were going around the world Well the daughter the beautiful charming daughter of Mr A M Hiatt who has net been at Crab Orchard for 17 years U coming to see her venerable father I refer to Mrs Susie Hiatt Kinnalrd and as she once said to me in a letter I must leap upon the epistol ary tapestry to go and meet her at the depot I must however say two or three words about Miss Flonnle C Hammond I have never read after a more agreeable writer She Is evidently a lover of the romantic and poetical FONTAINE Fox BontuiT HIGHLAND Carmans wheat thresher Is in our McGuffey has been sick for a few days F J Conn has sold his farm hero to Eugene Hutchison and has moved back to his old homo near Lancaster Work begun on the new Methodist church Tuesday and It is to bo hoped that the work will be pushed to early completion H S Cook has gone to Oneida Tenn to work on the railroad C R Cook has gone to Somerset Mrs Ju- lIa Graybeal of Somerset visited Mrs Jennie Baugh John Cash of Middle burg and D A Baugh of McKinnoy were here this week Mr and Mrs Alex Gourley of Eubanks have been visiting D 0 Ballard Rev W G Bradford of London preached an interesting sermon at our School house Monday night He waa en route to the district conference at Science Hill Elbert and Rev J M Cook are attending dlstricCcon ference at Scicuco Hill President J W Easley of Union College Harbour vllle was in our community last week looking for students Ten Years in Bed For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes 11 A Gray J P of Oakdale Ind It was so severe that I could not inove part of the time I consult ed the very best medical skill avail able but could get no relief until Fo leys Kidney Cure was recommended to mo It hns been a Godsend to mo- O L Penny Threefourths of the Golden Cycle Mining Companys million dollar reduction plant located In the foothills south of Colorado City was destroyed by fire The loss Is estimated at 750 Insurance 300000 Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Foleys Honey and Tar as It stops difficult breathing immediately and heals the Inflamed air passages and even If It should fall to cure you It will give instant re lief The genuine Is In a yellow pack ago G L Penny The grand jury of Perry county Ala las indicted the Southern Railway Company fordoing business as a foreign company without license NEWS NOTES Three men were killed near Nape ville III by a Chicago bound Burlingto trainJefferson Scott said to have been 113 years old died at the Seneca county 0 infirmary- At Atlanta H U Krumholz an Austrian shot and killed his wife whom he mistook for a burglar James H Banta the oldest engineer on the Illinois Central Railroad was struck by an engine and instantly killed while crossing the track in Chic agoJohn A Lozter known as the fight- Ing chaplain died at Mt Vernon Ia- nt the ago of 78 lie was popular as an orator and was tho authorof several war songs As tho result of an old feud existing between Abo Clark and Manuel Dewit at Athertonville Nelson county Clark shot Dewitt with a shotgun fearful mangling his right arm The choice of Louisville as the meet- Ing place of the next convention in 1901 closed the business sessions of the Swiss American Sacngerfest of tin Central district at Canton 0 Gov Glenn received a telegram fromI the authorities of the Louisville and Nashville railroad saying that they would put the two and onequarter cent State rate into effect yesterday Alfred Stone brother of Col Henri L Stone of Louisville died at Mt Sterling He was totally blind and was a bachelor He was 71 years old and had been in falling health for months After suffering terrible agonies for three days Ruby Morgan the five yearold daughter of W R Morgan is dead from hydrophobia at Waco Texas The child was bitten last week on the face by a cat Work is to begin next spring on the canal to connect the lakes with the Ohio river It will require six years to complete the ditch which will reach the river at hearer Pa The cost will be bo 76000000 At a conference of representatives of more than 40 silk mills in Lackawanna and Luzerne counties Pa it was unanimously agreed that it would be Impossible to grant a shorter work day to silk workers Many mourners at a funeral in Lex ington were thrown into a panic when the floor of the parlor of the home in which tho funeral waa being conducted gave way under the weight of the large number of persons Sheriff Scott Bullitt raided the pool rooms in Jefferson county just outside the city limits of Louisville and an nounced that he will stop gambling If- he has to use guards Only the em ployes ofthe rooms were arrested Tom Wilson serving a sentence of 19 years in the Eddyville penitentiary upon conviction for shooting up Bowl Ing Green escaped from prison but was soon captured hnd locked up again He was found hiding in the E Schuyler convicted of the murder of Manning Riley at Fleming N Jhas been sentenced to be hanged on August 30 He will probably be the last person to hang in the State as under the new law condemned persons hereafter are to be electrocuted Patrick Artis Sheriff of Greenup county and Jesse Wilson Marshal of the town of Greenup were both shot by James W Wilson of Hanging Rock 0 Artis is not badly hurt but Willson is quite seriously wounded His head and body are filled with shut A thresher on the farm of John Nil son near Clarksville Tenn was blown up with dynamite by unknown persons The thresher was owned by Luther Ramsey who was threshing Wilsons wheat Both men are members of the Dark Tobacco Growers Association Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fall 1 want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used this preparation In my family for the past lye years and have recommended itto a number of people In York county Lad havo never know It to fall to effect a cure in any instance I feel that I can not say too much for the best remedy of the kind in the world- S Jemison Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy Is for sale by nil druggists Prof M E Jaffa who has been connected with the State University of California for 30 years ease in a bul letin just prepared for the United States Department of Agriculture that ten cents worth of peanuts contains more than twice the protein and six times the amount of energy contained in porterhouse Warning- If you have kidney and bladde trouble and do not use Foloys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dls eases G L Penny HUSTONVILLE A large delegation from this locality attended the Danville fair Friday Misses Sallie Goode and Julia Stagg are at home from a delightful trip to Niagara and the lakes The suspension foot bridge across the creek on tho Bradfordsville pike will be completed this week The telephone exchange has been moved up stairs over the rooms lately occupied by Marshall Herring who sold out to V B Morse Co Mrs Kate Culbertson and daughter Miss Ruth are guests of Mrs Walte VanArsdale Barnes Wearen and wife were called to Lexington Sunday On account of the excellent train service from our station now there will be much larger crowds than usual frog this vicinity in attendance at Oho Lex- Ington fair next week Wheat is turning out fully as well as was expected and the price is holding up well A splendid hay crop is be- Ing harvested and prospects for a boun tiful crop are flattering A magnificent 230acre blue grass farm beautifully situated two miles from town with splendid improvements for sale at a bargain For particular call on or write to W R Williams Cowan McCormack shipped two cars of 1200pound cattle for which they paid Ic to 4Jc and one car of 25 lambs at 6c This firm wants to buj 100 grazing cattle 800 to 1000 pounds Notice has been served on parties living on and near to Sims Branch on R It No1 from this place that unless the road from the pike is put in better condition for travel service on same will be discontinued Sept 1 on the loup via Richards school house Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday by Rev S B Lander Morning subject Sanctification Evening Justice The union prayer meeting at the Christian church Wednesday evening will be lead by Rev S B Lander All invited Misses Grace and Cora Goode are at home from a visit to relatives at Cov ington and Cincinnati Born to the wife of Marshall Herring a 10pound girl C K McClure and family visited relatives at Mintonville Miss Effie Drye is visiting relatives at Harrods burgMrs V B Morse has returned from Vanceburg where she has been visit- Ing her mother W D Hocker is at home for a months rest from his duties at Tyrone Brack Simpson who is traveling for a stock food company ar rived home in his 16horsepower auto mobile to spend a month with his parents Mr and Mrs Elam Simpson Charles Lutes is on the sick list IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES L F Shadoan familiarly known is Zed is dead at Somerset aged 62 Whitley Station In the Southern part of Pulaski voted Saturday to have a Graded School Lum Whitaker was shot and killed by J W Woodall near Be natadt Lau rel county in a fight over n card game The second day of the Perryville Fair will be Old Soldiers Day Every old soldier will be given a free trip to the old battlefield College Hill one of the largest and most thriving villages in Madison Is to hold a homecoming celebration on Saturday August 10 N K Tunis sold the George Smith property on the Shakertown pike on the edge of town consisting of 23 acres to James H Swope for 6000 Advo cate Ben Chestnut aged 80 left the home of his son W D Chestnut at Somerset July 15 and has not been seen or heard of since It is feared that he has been foully dealt with S K Vaught for several years city editor of the Kentucky Advocate has gone to to Somerset where he has ac cepteda position as Business Tanager and Editor of the Journal Mr Owen McIntyre will in future have charge of the news columns of the Danville publi cation The two barrels of whisky that were siezed by the revenue authorities a couple of weeks ago when they arrived hero to be stored away by Sylvester Newton have been returned to him The authorities held that there was no desire on the part of Mr Newton to evade the law and it was clearly shown by testimony that he was merely bringing his property here for safekeeping since he had been forced out if business at HustonvilleSomerset Journal For an Impaired Appetite To Improve the appetite and streng then the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver DetroitIichetlte when Impaired relieved me of a boated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels Price 25 cents Samples free by all druggists r C O Route S6OO ROUND TRIP BEST OF THE SEASON eresa I ATLANTIC CITY9 Cape May and other Jersey Coast Resorts THURSDAY AUGUST 15TH Fifteen Days Limit 4withinwithout change For full information and reservation address GEO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky Wanted FarmsIf you have a Farm or any kind of property you want to sell or an account or note you want collected write to us at once We refer you to any bank in Somerset as to our reliability Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky 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 Kentucky Capital 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 DIREOTORSIpJ B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo AV Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek H11 Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky r saVE ICopifort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 15 worthof coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here KentuckyIBooks Wall Paper 1FoorW B McRoberts IBTANORO PHRWHAL supervision given to all Proscriptions compounded i y JlyYb + s Hr iGrn The Interior Journal L c WALTON = J T ROBERTS It candidate for MnRUtrnte In the Crab Orchard Mngliterlnl District Ubect to tbe flion of the party JOHN J MOSER subject tlothforction or of tbe Lincoln Democratic tounty party M BRUCE Tt it candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count InbJect to the action or the Democrat c partyh JAMES C HAYS It randldnte for Jailer of object to the action of the Democratic party DCALLEN It candidate for Auwssor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the nctlori of the Democratic partyDemocratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K HendricksFor Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth l For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault 1ForRepresentative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks LINCOLN will soon join the list of dry counties the license of the BlueI Wing Saloon at Rowlandthe onlyI bar room in this countyexpiring Sun day week Aug 18 After that date Lexington will be the nearest point where red liquor is legally sold The distillery license of W H Traylor ex pires Monday after which five gallons ia the smallest quantity he can sell So it will be seen that this is soon to be a dry section and as the people have said they want it dry and the courts have upheld them in their work and wishes it should be the duty of every good citizen to do his part in preventing traffic in the whisky business A properly managed law and order league with the support of the county officers and public opinion can prevent blind tigers and bootleggers from flour ishing if work will begin at once but delay is dangerous in such cases and the longer such things run the harder they will be to stamp out Now is the accepTed time now is the day of grace for the law and order league Let it get to work and do so at once JUDGE M C SAUFLEY of this place received a communication from Gov Beckham asking him to act as special judge in the case of the Commonwealth against Caleb Powers but the judge declined the appointment we are sorry to say Powers says he wants a fair trial and this paper wants him to have it and it knows that he would have been given such if Judge Saufley had consented to sit in the case Though a democrat and we might say a partisan Judge Saufley docs not let politics play- a part in his court and if Powers and his attorneys knew him as do his friends in this section he would be their I choice to try the celebrated case CAPT W J STONE of Kuttawa a former Congressman from the First district and once a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor will be an independent candidate for the State Senate in the Third district composed of Lyon Trigg Livingston and Galloway counties in opposition to Senator Conn Linn the democratic nominee We are sorry to see Capt Stone take such a step A democrat for many years a gallant soldier in the Confederate army and a fine old gentleman he should make his last days his best instead of his worst as he seems determined to do- POLITICAL Wm H Upchurch has been appointed postmaster at Oz Wayne county W W Hopkins was nominated by the democrats of Floyd county for the LegislatureThe House killed the bill providing for changing the sessions of the Legislature from every four years to every two J H Jackson was nominated for Representative of Owen county by 19 votes over his opponent in the demo cratic primary The two houses of the Alabama Leg hlature voting in separate session elected Joseph F Johnston for both the long and the short senatorial terms Sam Fessenden for more than 30 a controllin factor In Connect- icutRepublican politics has announced his from political life The resignation pf David Hutcheson superintendent reading room at Congress Washington is announced He had been an employe of the library for 33 years A larce crowd of Georgia Prohibi tionists watched Gov Hoke Smith at tach his official signature to the Pro hibition Bill and the act become a law effective January 1 1908 lI The official count between Wihianw and Vardaman for U S Senator was to have been made at Jackson Miss yesterday Williams looks to be a win nerM C Miller aged 70 county clerk of Rockcastle died at his home at 1It Vernon He was a veteran of the Civil War and had held the position of county clerk for the past 20 years Plans for the Democratic campaign in Kentucky this fall will be discussed at a meeting of the committee and the Democratic candidates to be held in Frankfort The opening probably will be the week of August 26 or September 2 but the location of the first rally has not been selected W J Bryan may come to Kentucky and make three speechesThe entire South will be for Louisville as the place to hold the next Democratic National Convention said Hon Thomas B Love Speaker of the House of Representatives of Texas at The Seelbach I am sure that Louis vine is well able to entertain tho convention and tho thousands of visit ors that will be attracted The South is entitled to one convention and Lou- Isville which is one of the prettiest places I have ever visited is the proper place in which to hold it Louisville Times MIDDLEBURG The late copious showers have made doubly sure a good corn crop Sheriff Lincoln Wells sold to Gus Mc- Cormack of Lincoln 60 stock ewes at J525 There was a new arrival at James Winfreys on Aug 5 It is a girl and Jim is as proud of it as if it was thirst =The infant son of Luther Toms who lives on the Liberty pike below here died Sunday afternoon after a long illness of stomach trouble Deputy Sheriff Jack Wells arrested Cy and Parris Strowd colored in the Southern part of the county Monday on warrants sent out from Lincoln county Mr Wells took them to Stanford and delivered them to Jailer Herrin A protracted meeting has been in progress at the Christian church at Yosemite for a week or more Rev Joseph Montgomery is assisting the pastor Rev J W Hall and is preaching some good sermons though there have been no additions yet Rev Andrews pastor of the McKinney Baptist church has been in a meeting at Grove for the last 10 days and a very interesting meeting is reported There have been 27 additions to the church to date 17 of whom united with the church at one time Glancy McWhorter and wife of Son erset are visiting J H McWhorter at Yosemite Clell McAninch went to Linnie Monday to see his mother who is sick Mrs Winfrey of Adair county is spending a few dayswith her son James Winfrey Un is quite sick at B K Swopes Rev and Mrs U T Willis went to Science Hill to attend district conference Rev W G Gilford went to Pleasant Point Saturday to fill his regular appointment MrsRosa B Hurt of Salina Texas arrived Saturday to visit relatives She is a sister of J W McWhorter Mack Wheat tells us that he will leave in a few days for his home in Texas H K Lucas the only typhoid ever pa- tIent in this vicinity is thought to be improving O R Jones and wife of Trenton Mo who have been guests of friends and relatives here for several weeks will leave in a few days CHURCH MATTERS Rev J Murray Taylor will preach at Coffeys school house next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev C C Brpwn is holding a series of meetings at the Walnut Flat church Services begin each evening at 745 Rev George H Nicol of Roseville Ill closed a meeting of several weeks at Logans Creek church which resulted in 20odd additions EverybodyouldKnow says C G Hays a prominent businessman of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Arnica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used It and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 25c The Junction City Enterprise Company has filed articles of incorporation and at a meeting of the stockholders last Saturday Mr Sam W Burke was chosen president Mr W L Sharpe vicepresident Mr James D Shelby secretary and Mr William Trosper treasurer The company will immediately install a wire fence machined begin the manufacture of fencing on a large scale I It is reported that the German War Ministry owing to the success of the latest military airship intends to ask the Reichstag for an appropriation to defray the expense forming a second balloon battalion Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold under a positive guarantee to euro constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion If it falls the madufacturers refund your money What more can anyone do G L Penny KINGSVILLF Dont forget the Maccabce picnic on Aug 24th Blackberries are selling at 14 cents per gallon Miss Anna McIntosh of Memphis is spending the summer with her father Mr Louis McIntosh is expected soon C M Gooch day operatorat the tow er was given a 750 raise in salary for thorough competency and prompt re sponse to duty The lid is on The drug store post office and barber shop were all closed Sunday Sunday base ball playing has been prohibited- Dr R A Tate is here again this week He has become very popular and is proving himself to be a firstclass dentist He is getting a large practice Miss Alma Trimble of Arabia aged 17 and Ben Hudson of Lexington also a minor eloped to Lexington with the intention of getting married Her father objected and boarded the same train intending to prevent the mar tinge Born to the wife of Bud Skidmore a boy The father is able to be out again after a siege of typhoid fever Mrs CoJ Gooch entertained a few friends Saturday evening Miss Esther Murphy is suffering from the effects of poison oak The injury is on her feet and ankles Misses Mabel Williams of Lexington and Pearl Soper of Lancas ter were guests of Mr Daisy Walter Cash Leach and wife of Lexington returned home after a visit to relatives here I B Roland is visiting in Grant county Sam Rigney wife and child ren came up from Somerset to visit their parents Fount Dishon wife and children have returned from Glenn Ma ry Tenn Walter Milburn of Stan ford is with his uncles G A and W W Walter MIss Corinne Johnson has been quite sick at the home of her sis ter Mrs G A Walter Endorsed By TheThe most popular remedy in Otse go County and the best friend of my family writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsvllle N Y Is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an infallible cure for coughs undcolds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Pennys Drug Store Price 50o and U Trial bottle free OVER In Premiums FOR SALE el eweh 6 runs KOcxJonMlO Poland China loan bent In the IU to regliler Apply to J U Unmet on J K Cook farm llowlnnd K- yNotice Butchers I Good refrigerator fret high and feet wide for sale at n Imrgnln Also n lot of Iutehur tool MAKMIALL HKHKINO llnitonvlllc Ky UTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to buy butcher cattle of All kind for the Knitern market Want n car load r son week J W wn1- IaIDI Ibone M4 Stanford Ky Fins Hut Grass Farm For Sill SHncrei of fertile laud excellently Im proved with R two tury trllllle enormous stock burn and never tnillnt hosted on tide OotleyV tlltturnptke y miltS from lIultolIII- In Lincoln Coudv Kentucky being the farm on which U Carpenter reilded in his lifetime will be orient nt private sale for it limited time The owners arc non rvsldents of the State and not being able to Rive their iiertonal attention to the farm have decided to tell It at a fair price Addreti nil Inquiries for price term other particulars to- CHAHIKHX MA NJNO Heeurlty Trust lo Lexington Ky HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR 150 Few people In the United State have not beard of tbe CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all thing It U essentially family paper Dy a special arrangement we are enabled toot fer tbe WEEKLY COURIRKOURXAL one year aDd thlt paper for the price named drove Send your subscription for tbe com blnatlon to unot tc the CourlerJoornal BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departments High School Grammar Intermediate Primary Music Cooking and Sewing Only three places left in the dormitory and cottages but good homes in the town are open to students Terms Board and tuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820 15 For catalogue address MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Ky Attend the Great Rochcasllc Fair At Brodhead AUG 14 15 16 Liberal Premiums Balloon Ascensions Each Day R H HAMM JOHN ROBINS President Secretary BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR iWOOnPOHATEU AT LEXINGTON KY 25000 ONLY co THE Aug 1217 6 Big Days 6 OVER 25000 In Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16 Thrilling Acts Each Day16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky ReducedWe have the best the Light est and Coolest things pos sible for comfort We are ready for you with 1 son Light Shirts with or without Collars at fi i 150 and 2 Low Shoes l3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 LIand 50C Long Soft i 4 in HandsWin sors Ties t 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from 50c to 650 t tSerge1250 15 and20e We v will have everything neces f sary for your comfort tl H J McROBERTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY I DIAMOND INK If you want the best Ink in the world use the highest of standards The DIAMOND t They run from a 5c bottle to a 75c quart PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Imported Castile Soap n rl We have this Soap for convenience 5 cut in 5 and JOc Blocksr arIL LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris Creen When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest pricetiSTA- NFORD DRUG CO N IarRoole 11DeltHoeiery Glovee Low Shoes White Waittings Laces EmbroideriesG10VC8 Fans i SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY Aua 0 1907 Diamond Ink Eraser will remove Ink and other stains from paper clothing and other fabric Ienny- PERSONALS Mns MARY C GIVENS Is very sick JAMES H KENNEDY has been quite sickSAM LEVITAN spent several days in Louisville MIC JOHN LUTES Is In Clay county buying cattle MR GEORGE L PENNY Is at Crab Orchard Springs Mns W B McRoBEfiTB has been sick but is out again Mut W C HOLMAN of Mobile t with James Guest Herrin ATTORNEY GEO B SAUFLEY is so journlngat Crab Orchard Springs MR AND MRS WILLIAM SEVERANCE aro visiting relatives at Finchville MRS ANNA HOLTZCLAW has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives MR It B MAUONEY was in Casey county working insurance this week t MRS LINDA TUCKER of Somerset la Iwith her sister Mrs Kathleen Bcarley 1 1 MESSRS J T AND A W CURIE of Burgin were here Wednesday on bus I ness MR JESSE TRAYLOR and wife have returned from the Jamestown Expo IslUoni HIGCINS WOODS of Cincinnati is here for a week with his mother and slater MRS J L BEAZLEY and little son are spending a week or 10 at Dripping Springs Miss MARGARET MILLER of Rich mond Is the guest of Miss Dollie Mc Roberta DR AND MRS W F VAUGIIAN visited relatives at Salvlsa Mercer county this week Miss PEARL HANNAH ALDRIDGE Is visiting Dr and Mn J H Dnrham at BryanUville Miss WILLIE HOCKER of Little Rock Ark is with Mesdames J A Rice and C E Tate MRS J C McCLAUY and lon R C Saufloy arc with Mr S M Sauflcy and family at Frankfort t Mns EMMA CALMESt has moved Into i the Leo cottage she recently bought of Mrs So C Lee of Knoxville A REV GILBERT GLASS of Covington made his many friends here happy this week by paying them a visit MRS ADEUA WOODS Miss Minnie t ti Woods and Mr Higgins Woods are at Crab Orchard for a few days FRANK BARNETT is quite sick of tonsilitis Finley Alexander Davis is clerking in his stead at Farris SENATOR R L HUBBLE is spending a few days at Rockcastlo Springs with his brother Mr Frank Hubble MISSES LINDA MILLER and Cynthia Dock left veeterday for Graytown 0 to visit Mrs Justin Guy Ballou MISSES SARA DUNN nnd Mary Burch spent Wednesday with Miss Berta Jean Penny at Crab Orchard Springs MRS L M WESTERFIELD and children of Livingston passed through to Campbcllaville Tuesday to visit rel awes MR J C COULTER of Middlcburg took Wednesdays train for the mountains where ho is looking after his tim ber Interests MH JERRY SMITH and family of Jel i1 lico returned homo Wednesday after n months visit to Mrs Smiths motherln the West End t t JAMIE CARPENTER is working for tho L N at Crab Orchard in the place of Agent Ivon Fish who Is a sufferer from rheumatism- W H MUELLER and family will oc cupy rooms over his jewelry store Miss Mattio Sacrav will also take rooms in the same flats MR JOHN CORMINEY got overheated Tuesday while building a fence for J R Nunnelley and for a few moments his condition was regarded critical MR VlROlL McCLURE representing the Transylvania Printing Co of Lex ington was hero this week Ho has been with his relative Mr J A Ham E B RITCHIE and handsome son George who have been visiting her Mr and Mrs J N Menefeo loft Wednesday for their home at Palo Pinto Texas Mns B P MARTIN and little son 1 havo returned from a visit to friends and relatives In Louisville and Lebanon Junction Her daughter Mrs J S Cordier returned with Mrs Martin and is her guestI Mn R A ASBURY of Rome Ga It tho guest of Miss Josephine Warren MR R B MAHONY was at Gravel Switch vesterday on Insurance business Miss ANNIE LEWIS GENTRY who has been sick for several weeks is out again MRS THEO LINNEY and Miss Grad Taylor of Danville were with Mrs W S uenham THE MISSES ROBERTS of Clarksdale Miss are guests ot Misses Cooper am Adelo Feland- R L McKECIINIE who Is in the life Insurance business at FIR hRS been with his father in the Rubble sec tion Lexingtonjoinedterday for a sojourn at Springs MRS LEONORA GOODKNIGIIT and David Goodknight spent several days with the family of A J Rice In the country LOCALS HEMP knives at W11 Higgins MAGIC stock and poultry food at line of souvenir postcards just in Mrs W S Jones THE Brodhead fair begins Wednesday week 14th Secretary Robins hay our thanks for a comp SEE the great production of Jesse James the Outlaw in the big tent on Lancaster street Saturday night Aug 10 Youn attention is called to the adver tisement of the Brown Memorial School at Mt Vernon which appears cUowhcre this issue THE creamery is now using about 2 000 pounds of milk per day and tho 2 400 pound mark has been reached Sec retary W H Shanks informs us WE were In error as thefat mans ring at the Danvillo fair It was J Crit Eubanks who won the blue tie in stead of his brother M B Eubanks QUARTERLY COURT was in session this week with Judge Warren presld ing The docket was light and the judge soon disposed of a few minor casesG T ASHLOCK has rented the Gooch Hotel at McKInney and taken charge He has changed tho name to the New Ashlock Hotel and Is making it a most popular stopping place TilE bad news from Denver Col that Clarence C Mocker brother of Mrs W 0 Speed of this place was probably fatally hurt by being struck by a street car in that city TilE themecase of Robert Rocker colored for killing Newton Veal in Fayette could not agree and was dismissed Ten were for hanging and two for life imprisonment Tim circuit clerks of the State have been in session at Crab Orchard Springs Considerable work was done and tho meeting was a most enjoyable one Mr George B Saulley of this place delivered an interesting address before the body STOLE A DUCK John Traylor colored stole a duck from W C Shanks and was given 90 days at hard labor by Judge R C Warren The judge says that was a very light sentence as to what he will do the next time in a case of chicken or duck stealing THE Seventh Annual Reunion of the Slue and the Gray will be held at Deans Grove threomlles East ofKings rile on Wednesday Aug 18 19 and 20 There will be speaking and preaching each day and fire works at night A rood band of music will be in attendance and there will be various kinds of amusements on the grounds FROM PEN Deputy Sheriff Arthur C Hill brought Frank Chapman back from the penitentiary Tuesday He had served one year in the pen being sent up from Marion ounty under an assumed name There Is an indictment pending against him here in the circuit court charged with tenting a watch from Jack Terry REAIIDisscmlnnte and you sell trash We counsel the use of the best material for best cloth- Ing namely Wool and our Hart Schaffner Marx clothing is made only of wool Resultwe have sold more good clothes to good dressers this sea son than ever before Avoid cotton mixtures They are dear at any priceI Cummins McClary YOUR MIDSUMMER NEEDS altitr We are making great efforts to have just what you want in the way of wearing apparel for tljeee hot days Besides the Summer goods wo are closing out we are showing just the things you need for Summer wear IIAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co SOUTH BEND watches for sale at MuellersSLOST horse collar Return to Dave Embry colored SIZE bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at the Stanton Drug Co CITY TAXBS DUE Your city tax is due Please call and settle same R G Jones Marshal 4t BUCKSKIN DALTON was placed In jail Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff Wm Hester for riding trains WANTED 200 MCNTo pick seed corn good wages write for particulars Funk Bros Seed Co Bloomington PONY Fort SALEShetland two years old white and brown spotted well broken Price A T Martin Som erset Ky NOTICE There will be no more blackberries on our place for anyone after this date Aug C 1907 Miss Hattie H Hewcs W II MUELLER has bought the cot tage on Lancaster street now occupied by himself and family He will add another story before long hinny W EVANS for many years a druggist in Danville is dead at Kansas City He was a son of the late George W Evans of the East End of this coun ty CLAUDE L PRUITT has sold his general merchandise store and residence at Middleburg to William M Wheat It Is hoped that Mr Pruitt will return to Lincoln and reside J R BEAZLEY captured a blue on Sweet Marie In the saddle ring at the Harrodsburg fair Wednesday also on best team and a red each on Happy Beau and Andy Pence ONE of the neatest and best fair catalogues we have seen this year is that of tho Somerset fair Sept 3 4 5 6 from the press of Sam M Boone Sam knows the printing business from A to Z MR J E DUCK has contracted with Mr J R Powell fora good twostory dwelling on the site of his present home The building will cost in the neighborhood of 1500 and work will begin Monday- BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR 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 description Hughes Swinebroad Real Estate Dealers Lancaster Kg TAKE supper at the Open Air Restaurant from 4 to 7 oclock Saturday afternoon next Aug 10 in the beautiful yard of Mr J M Phillips on East Main Street Regular supper consisting of good old country ham fried chicken other meats salads pickles hot coffee and iced tea ice cream cake etc etc all for 35 cents Supper without change for only 25c Benefit of Rowland Chapel Goand help the good cause and at the same time get more than your moneys worth TilE most delightful crowd that has gathered at Crab Orchard Springs in years Is there just now and everything is moving on beautifully at that grand old summer resort The young people fro enjoying nightly dances to music furnished by a splendid orchestra and in day games of various kinds are dulged in by young and old It is a post congenial gathering and the clover host and hostess Mr and Mrs J B Willis are leaving nothing undone that will add to their pleasure MR W H HIGGINS has a picture of old Geronimo the Apache Chief which he appreciates very highly It was Bent him by Trueheart Bourne who now lives at Lawton 0 T and who had it taken Geronimo is 95 years old and is said to havo 97 scalps on his bolt Tho old warrior is anxious to add three more so as to make an even 100 but it Is hoped hero that ho will not trouble our young friend Bourne Tho picture bears Geronimos official signature which shows him to be something of a penman Ho has seven wives and as trange as It may seem he gets along well with them all W w1sk Wrwiww OLD fashioned sideboard for sale Apply at this office ATTEND Frank Cordiers sale near Rowland tomorrow Saturday TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices A C SINE GETS CONTRACTS Miss Jean D Warren of Danville has just given to Mr A C Sine of Stanford the contract for the erection of two eight room modern residences with gas electric lights and bath Ground has been broken upon South Fourth street upon the lot she recently pur chased from Mrs Jennie DillehayAd vocate FOR newer traction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on ac count of ill health All this machinery is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky McKINNEYMrs S G Pulliam and little daughter Louise have returned to Washington City after a months visit to her mother Mrs Dr Moore Mrs Winter Wright of Lexington Misses Clara Tabler and Margaret San didge are visiting relatives at High Bridge Mr and Mrs Robert Walker of Danville are visiting relatives here Miss Nettie White and brother of Lex- Ington are visiting their grandfather Mr Reuben Williams aother rela tives Eczema Foi tho good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it prov ed to be better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists PUBLIC SALE I KyIHATUUUAY AUG Wth1kR- all my personal property emulating of hones cows calves lions chickens tunning implement Home household goods Ac balo ut oclock AM JUNK OOHDIKU J POhnndlorb- etBlue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to tell mr farm at miles Writ ot Huitonvllle lullutrom pise and Carpen tersttMatlon consisting of IWiicres of rich blue grass nump or tobpceo lund all In gross This farm can lw rquully divided to advantage to ai to linve n good dwelling on each piece olio necvitutry outbulldingi The farm luyi almost in n Square only one angle In lines There ure three stock burns good toUtcco dun 3 ttalilfi tenant house good water in every Held MX lasting springs with 8 ttrvunii running through whole tract J HTEELE CARPENTER Huttonvllle Ky How to Cure Your Piles If sufferers from piles and rectal dis eases would first try a reliable laxative like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin instead of using external salves and supposi tories orhaving an operation performed they would save themselves a world of trouble expense and pain The reason is that in nine cases out of ten are the result of habitual constipation and when once the constipation is thoroughly disappearPiles what pimples are to bad blood simply an out ward symptom And jnct as face lotions arent naif as good for pimples as a good blood medicine so salves sad suppositorIes nnt half as rood for plies at a reliable Isis tire like Dr CaldweUs SyrupPepsIn A cent or SI bottle will prove these claims and every druggist It authorized to guarantee results Hundred of people have written us bat Dr CaldneUt Syrup Pepsin Is the belt pile cure they know of and It It surely worth a trial from you Not only will It cure the plies but It will permanently correct bowel trouble to that you will have regular movements It will tone the stomach and make digestion easy for you Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin it the belt remedy for constipation dyspepsia bllloaineis all resultant troubles such as plies arising from disordered stomach liver or bowels Itt gentle action and pleasant taste make It especially suited to children and who are too weak to stand purgative waters salts and griping powders and tablets A physic Is rot what pile sufferers need but steady easy bowel movements and these can be obtained by the ute of this wonderful remedy It brings about a permanent home cure at a minimum of expense Those to try DrCild FREE TEST Syrup wells Pepsin hetore bur nil can have a tree sample bottle sent to thtlr home by addressing the company TMi offer Is to prove that the remedyjHll do it we claim and only open to those never taken It Send for It you have any symptom of stomach liver or duress Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old folks guaranteed permant horns cure THE PUBlIO vrROICT Laxative So Good and Inn at OR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee 17 Washington Ci PEPSIN SYRUP 0I11B CaMwell Bldg Meatballs in New Veils Velvet Ribbons Side Combs Buck Combe Hand kerchiefs Underwear Corsets Decides the little things that cost to little yet are neceeeary South 1DepotI We are now ready to show you aIfulland new line of Wash Belts But tons Collars Cross Barred Dimity Handkerchiefs Persian Lawns Em i broidery and Beadings Give us a call and let us convince you that this is the place for all UptoDate DryJGoods Shoes 5 and lOc Ware Ii 11 1 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156yROpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY HOI weather suits Remember we Have Reduced the Prices on All Our Light Weight Suits a W J3 PerkinsCrab Orchard II The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has madetlpreparation 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 School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to ac complish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky j3 r fTheInterior Journal r Mr tred in the Pat O11ice at Stanford at- ueandclatt matter V PUBLISHED TDBBOATS AND rKIDWB 100 PER AT YEAR CASH I MrWben not so paid HOO will be charged I Jesse W Sweeney t raoraiBTOB Livery Food and Solo Stall Lancaster K- yNOTICEAny one needinga lack and Wl Btretchercnn leave their order with T n Newlnml at Htnnford lie tins one lie wIll how you and take your order and will II became on short notice h BTLUNHFORD NOTICE I Olympian Springs husked 8 mites pout of McKlnnlutRUolI on tho O n H on Mlddleburg pike on which bucks rnn dully except Hundny Inow open tor the treatment of Kheunn Clam Liver Kidney llladder and nil Hton t ach and Bowel Troubles Hheumiitlim specialty ut reasonable rates For pnrtlci tilanandterm address MBIMHProrrf nKDBoxM llustonvllle Ky B D CARTER i New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 6T NFOeDKENTUCKY A S PRICE1 Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The Fish Hotel Spears Fishor Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster HtreetlxJtweon Hprlnginm town 34 mile trout Halt Mulphur distance from Brown Hprinkx splendid to ble and cool comfortable rooms Hates rpvr week INSURANCElire Aooldtnt None but the 8TnO an BEST Represented Lowest Pos Bible Rates Guaranteed Paying Ben rdiUaequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 83 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there tun little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit mndeto your meaure taken by an experienced tailor I have handsome line otHprlng A Hummer goods I oan make from a low price business suit tQ the finest dress suit Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none HO ROPLKY The Tailor Htanford Ky r Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men Good lUg ut Reasonable Kales Stock Pone In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline nnd Htenm Knglnes Threshing Machinery and Saw will pay you to sea us before you buy Also commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Ottlce Phone it nome Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right1I STANFORD KENTUCKY ru jai Slr Irrt PREACHERSVILLE Some of our farmers are digging up their hedge fences and replacing them with wire A colt fell in an open well at Hobi Holtzclaws and when taken out had only a few bruises Menefee Elmore finished thinning corn Aug 1 He says he can part the weeds and see the corn is looking pert Quite a crowd of youngsters compr ing a storm party surprised Dr and Mrs B Hymer a few evenings since A nice time is reported Rev H M Shouse preached a special sermon to the little folks Sunday which was most impressive Subject Van lei in the Lions Den Rev Kimball of Monticello preached a fine sermon at night Rev Palmeter will hold services Sunday morning and evening On Monday evening Mr and Mrs Jones Anderson entertained in honor of Miss Lillie Paxton Edmiston of Louis vllle and Miss Olga Cummins Their new home was tastily decorated and delightful refreshments were served to the guests who thoroughly enjoyed the Rigsby sold a combined horse to J P Rogers for 150 Mcnefee El more sold 40 shoats to Thurlow Jone at 6Jc and 700 bushels of corn to Sparks S Eversole of London at G3 cents or the car J L Anderson sold S3 shoat to B D Holtzclaw for a good price J D Horton bought a harness mare o1 W P White for 5200 Roscoe Colyer horse backed over a cliff and was killedI causing a loss of S150 F L Thompson wife and daughter Miss Alza of Mt Vernon were visit ing relatives here Miss Zula Naylor visited Miss Mary Anderson J B Hutchins and wife are down from Knox county with her mother Mrs Evan Fo ley L C King and wife of Hubble John C Pepples and wife of White Oak and Mr and Mrs Sebastian of Garrard were with Mrs Louisa Holtz claw James Curtis and family and B T Lunsford of Garrard were with B T Lunsford Sr Samp Cummins ii up from Springfield Carl B King has returned to his home at Norman Okla much to tht regret of his many friends Mrs J H Thompson has gone to visit her father in Texas Miss Slattie McClary is teaching the school here Miss Lucy Massy the popular teacher at Hobbs school house is being highly compli mented by pupils patrons and trustees Mrs Joe Lunsford is ill with malarial fever and other troubles Mrs Susan Edmiston is slightly improved Mrs Matt Rigsby is much worse J J Thompson is complaining The cases of smallpox and measles at Harmon Lick are about wel- lKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Harrodsburg Aug 64 days Georgetown Aug G3 days Lexington Aug 126 days Perryville Aug 143 days Brodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 2ot days Barbourville Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days t London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 2S4 days Somerset Sept 34 days Bardstown Sept 44 days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville iept166 days- Shepherdsville Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 3five days Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we had three doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed In- vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in a few hours he began to improve Today he is as healthy a illd as parents could wish for- Mrs B J Johnston Linton Miss For sale by all druggists Marshal Lair of Hustonville brought his blood hounds to Danville yesterday to trace the thieves who entered Mr J G Cecils residence on the Harrods burg pike Monday night The hounds struck the Cincinnati Southern this side of Faulconer come down the road to Danville and went out the Lebanon pike thence the Alum Springs pike to a just this side of Parkeville- Phere the trail was lost The officers have a pretty good clew to the perpetrators and arrests are likely to wAdvocateRegular as the Suns an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance In the universe unless it is the action of the bowels when regulated with Dr Klngl New Life Pills Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c Mrs TaylorBurdett of the Marks bury section of Garrard was thrown from her buggy and seriously hurt N i fi lo FARMERS DEPARTMENT J L Beazlcy sold to J C Lynn a harness mare for 225 Gco D Boone bought of George Holmes a lot of butchers tuff atSJc Wanted to buy 100 or 200 bushels of rye J D Shelby Junction City Ky J IL Boone and J H Greer bought of Frank Cordier a bunch of shoats at 8c Fine Tamworth boar one yearol weighs 300 pounds and is thin in order Magnificently bred Will sell at a bar gain in next 10 days R C White Crab Orchard John E Madden announced that he had sold to Sam Hildreth the twoyei old chestnut colt Uncle for 30000 and half of the Saratoga special providii Uncle should win FOR SALEA thoroughbred Poland China boar Will weigh 350 pounds and a thoroughbred Poland China sow and five pigs all subject to register M J Murphy Kingsville Ky Considerable inquiry fs being made relative to the purchase of Bourbc county farms suitable for breeding purposes and they are commanding a high figure The Joseph Grimes farm of 243 acres near Millersburg was sold to D M Hurst at 100 FOR SALEA fewtmonthsold Berkshire shoats These pigs are fuilbiooi ed being out ot Dora Premier 99SSJ and sired by Motcombo Duke III 73925 This boar weighs over pounds and has taken several hundre dollars in premiums James A Estes Stanford Ky A Paris dispatch says The largos shipment of fancy export cattle here In years was made by Simon and Mauric Well to Liverpool Eng 500 cattle or average weight of 1400 pounds being sent The cattle cost from 5 to 6c and will bring to the farmers of Bour bo the neat sum of 40000 The following Lincoln county people were successful at the Danville fair H P Hawkins captured prize in year ling bull under 1 year 3 year old cow 2 year old cow yearling heifer heifer under 1 year bull any age cow any age and best herd Suckling horse mule Henry Baughman 1st and 2nd rucelTackble Mare and mule colt J H Baugh man 1st and 2nd The belief that editors know every thing is widespread but one small boy has discovered the limitations of the editorial mind Hero is the anecdote as we got it from acontemporary Father asked the small son of ar editor is Jupiter inhabited- I dont know my son was the truthful answer Presently he was interrupted again Father are there any sea serpents I dontknowson- The little fellow was manifestly teas down but presently rallied and agaii approached the great source of informa ion Father what does the North Pole look like But alas again the answer I dont know my son At last in desperation he inquired with emphasis Father how did you gets to be an editorEx- The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the at alnment possible with the advanced nowledge of which the race is nOW osaessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be between 60 and the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be- too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after CO is Electric bitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Penn s Drug Store An organization composed of prominent business men physicians and omen of social distinction in St Louis- has inaugurated a crusade against tuberculosis by holding open alr even- Ing meetings TRY The Frankfort Stats Journal fhe Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day toW P Walton Frankfort Ky I OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White Mill Has boon thoroughly renovated and N now In line condition to mnkn the bet of FloUr Meal Eta Custom grinding done on nuoi TITKHUAV and Will grunt for the toll in formurly Ole n trial- N II HMITH Proprietor Orno 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest iu Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but first class Companies Represented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Mm Phone 2 J STANFORD KY r FOR SALE A fine Lincoln county farm containing ado acres of rich Ulna Grass land This land is tree hemp and tobacco land made last year 8S bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain soldwithin the next 60 days Jj cash bal ance to suit purchaser further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly S Bardstown Ky June 7 1ooiI One drop of DMMI dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worst and relieves the chicken instantly When fed In the feed or water it Is the best preventive Ihavo over used WILLCOOMK- SBMM Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to ciro Cholera Gapes Roup and Limber neck Price W cents No cure no fray The Fall Torm Opens JUESDA SEPT 307 pcholarsbip1fot your County Superintendent now about yours Appointments will be made by your County Superintendent on Aug 17 Saturday State certi ficates and Life Diplomas are awanl ed when work Write for compete catalogue to the presidentR ROARK Richmond Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- EmbaImors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of AH Kinds Car pets DruggcW Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr K T Iknzley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 0 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 1G6 or 133 The State College of Kentuckyi Lexington Kentucky The Mode College of offers the following tonne namely Agricultural Mechanicill Knglneorlng Civil Knglnvur Ing Mining Kngliiperlng Klootrlcal Kn inulHcliool Olmilcnr exureaover tour tlllfl Uachelorsl1lgre tllch COUfl lIorllonlztd under n sepiirutu faculty The guiiHrul faculty consisting of professors nasUtnnl profeiors and Instructors ovtr I County appointees receive fret tuition prlvllegll or In dormitories hili and and trovulllllr expenre It they remain ten consecutive months or one collegiate year The and munounn lire large well equipped conqrehettlveand modern Military Hulence Ii fully provided for n re uyOoiiKren Graduate In iflvcral courses of study readily find employment with liberal re numeration The of matrlcu late Iat year Will Koch department has a peclallit nt IU head with the fleece uuuder of assistantsspry Hummer icbools pre provided fur In Pedagogy KiiKlneerlimnnd Instruction In Hclance the nnda uxcellllIt home flailwithotlulppoconweulettce hllll for physical culture at flM per All the courses of study In the are open to younK women upon Identical condltlotu with those The atlendnflceuonthe Normal Hchool In connection with the of Kdu cation last year more than doubled that of yea- rlreenewhuiltingsnamelyone for the department of Kducatlon one Agricul tural Hcleuco and a Library Hell are In processor erection and will lie completed next collegiate ellr For Catalogues of obtaining np nforuntloti regarding courses of study and terms of adml olonapply to JAR K PATTKIIHON Ph nII D Pre s or U 0 Praise Bus Agt Lexington Ky Fall Term Begins Rapt It Wl Nii Great Stock Relief Sale I All Summer Goods must go in order to make room for the largo stock of uptodate Full Goods that iato come in shortly S18nnd S20 Mens Suits cut to Slt 18 15and 1060 Mens Suit out to 12 08 1250 and 1350 Meua Suits cut to 10 08 S10 Mens Suits cut to 7 08 750 Mens SuitJ cut to 5 03 S5 and IG50 Mens Suits cut to 3 98 Mens U Oxfords cut to 3 25 Mens 350 Oxfords cut to 2 08fMens 83 Oxfords cut to 2 48 Mens 250 Oxfords cut to 2 24 Tho prices of Ladies Misses and Child foils Oxfords cut accordingly llo member chat nil our Summer Goods go and nt prices awarding to those above t SAM ROBINSONISTANFORD KY SUPERIDwasiiI of- DRILLS AtII W H HIGGINS rStanford It More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har rows Oliver- Plows I First NationalStanford Hfi Bank 7 Capital Stock 150000s This Insulation was originally Ubllihsfl M the Deposit flank of In llll then rtorganlted ai tha National Dull of Stanford In litt and again reoriranlted ai tbs First National Bask of Stanford In Isis having bad practically an unlnt r tnpteJ exlttaaCB for II It Ii better now with facilities for traniact taK business promptly soil well than earb- efore In Its lonK honorable caraar Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cer poratlons Solicited Offloirs J I nOOKKB Pratl I T DARI V Pras 11 MCROBKRTS Oht W II WKAHBNAMt Obn t Directors V kald Danrtlla I T Haul Stanford J Hocitr Stanford K L Tanner WcKlnnar Pt U D Klmora Stanford II BanKhman Stanford T P Stanford Jai Robinson llubbla laafor4J0 K Tate Stanford GEORGE HARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY Old Dutch Cleanser Chases Dirt = =Thats All 11 GEO D HOPPERM- ain t I Street STANFORD KY l t