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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 16 1907 NO 48 I Quantrell lie dreams anon of his early life The deadly colt and the bowlo knife Tho blazing house and the burning hut And skulls stoved In by his musket I butt The bluegrass high and the canebrako deep And dead mens eyes in their bloody sleep A double team and his precious load A tender maid on tho river road Tho weary ride to tho hidden camp The glowing fire nnd the sentrys tramp The wild alarm to his sleeping men And troopers charging down the glen- S Tho slash of steel and tho crash of lead Then a black robed Nun beside his bed The warning smile on her lovely lips Tho gentlo touch of her finger tips The silent flight and the moments wait The thoroughbred at tho garden gate Tho whitecapped Nun and tho girl hot met On the river road are one but yet Tho saddles safe and tho bridles strong And the stallion gallops all night long A church yard down at tho edge of town A soldiers corpse in the grave lot down Tho chants all sung and the prayers all said She carves his name oer tho unknown deadPat King in Louisville TimesI FLATWOOD h J C Clause bought a horso for 176 1Jack Edwards bought a calf for 10 George Elam bought n steam engine from Josh Hurt Mr Elam intends to act it up at his homo and run a grist i r mill A two weeks meeting at Good lope church conducted by tho pastor Rev A C Baird and Kev It II Tyc of Wllllamaburg closed Sunday and the latter baptized the converts 17 in numbers I Miss Millie Corminoy has returned from a two weeks visit to Stanford ifriends G W Spongier and wife of Crab Orchard visited nt W H Furrs last week and attended church at Good Hope Miss Hannah Whitehead has returned to her home at Urodhcad after a visit to her niece MM W II Purr Mrs Nannio Siler was a guest at Flat wood several days Mr and Mrs AI den Payne of Denizen Texas are vis sting Mrs Payne uncle W H Furr n HAD AN AWFUL TIME ButChamberlains Colic Chol ora and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him It is with pleasure that J glvo you this unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had u severe ease of measles I got caught out in a hard rain and the measles settled in my etomaob and bowels I had un awful timo and had it not been for tho use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and 1Diarrhoea Remedy I oould not have possibly lived but a tow hours longer but thanks to this remedy I um now strong and well I have written tho abora through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this romody SamH Gwin Concord Ga For solo by all druggists fMrs Theorum When the legis lature meets I am going to ask it to f enact a law prohibiting boys under 16 from using tobacco in any formMr RoughlyAll right you may Out I am going to hitch an enacting clause on a bedslut and hold it up before my boys For an Impaired Appetite To Improve tho appetite and strong then the digestion try a few doses oft Chamberlains Stomach nnd rAwer Tablets Mr J II Soitz of Detroit t Mich says They restored my appetite when impaired relieved mo of a bloated feeling and uaused n pleas ttmint and satisfactory movement of tho Price 15 coats Samples I tree by nil drug ists iAMorehead dispatch says An inter eating party left here for tho James- townt Exposition consisting of 10 grown sons of Abel Caudill with two of their wives There are 15 children in this family five girls and 10 boys all grown healthy stalwart Baptists in religion and Democratic in political views Warning If you have kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Foloys Kidney Cure you will havo only yourself to blame for results as positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dis eases G L Penny Uraun Besides my daughters dow IIry I advanced my soninlaw 10000 GoodAnd did you got anything back IDraun Yes my daughter I At Houston Texas Judge H B Short was arrested while holding court t on an indictment chargIng him with murder t WHEWI Read this from the Danville Advo cate and Cachinnate There was a meeting of the stock holders of the Danville Columbia and ScottsvlIIo UallroadCompany In the pri vato offices of tho Citizens National Bank this morning at 10 oclock and the following prominent gentlemen were chosen officers Col J S Allen Pres ident F P Combest Vice President M J Farris Treasurer and A E Hundley Secretary The Citizens National will be the depository of the enterprise and Danville will be the northern terminus of the road and all offices and machine shops will be located here The promoters expect to build a 10 story sky scraper for an office build ing This building will be equipped with electric elevators fans and at tendants President Allen will leave this afternoon to close a deal for the sale of 2000000 worth of bonds tho proceeds from which sale will bo sufficient money to build and equip the road with the exception of 250000 which sum has already been raised The road will likely pass through Moreland thence through Hustonvillu to Liberty thence to Scottsville into Nashville penetrating tho finest coal and timber lands in the State From Nashvlllo the road contiues oast to Chattanooga and thenco to Savannah Georgia The road has already been built through Georgia Mr Allen has just returned from that State and is much pleased with the prospects W J Oliver of Panama Canal fame has been awarded the contract to build the Danville Scottsvillo linos The total cost of building tho road from Danville to Sa vannah will be 12000000 and the to tal sum with the exception of 2000 000 has been raised and that is absolute ly assured Mr Allen says trains will be running to Liberty within six months and Mr Farris and Mr Hundley say that the road will be built Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fall I want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy I have used this preparation in my family for the past five years and have recommended Itto a number of people In York county and have never know it to fall to effect a euro in any instance feel that I can not say too muoh for the best remedy of tho kind In tho world- S Jeinisou Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy is for sale by all druggists A churchwas in need of repairs and a meeting was being held to raise funds for that purpose Tho minister having said 500 would be required a wealthy and equally stingy member of the congregation rose and said ho would give a dollar Just as ho sat down a lump of plaster fell from tho ceiling and hit him upon the head whereupon he rose hastily and called out that he had made n mis takehe would give 60 An enthusiast present forgetful of everything called out fervently 0 Lord hit him againton Two duelists were taking the early morning train for Fontaincbleau their place of meeting- A return ticket sold the first duo elist to tho ticket agent Single for me said the other man quietlyAha blustered tho other you are afraid you wont come back are you 1 An fur me I always take a return I never do said tho second man I always tako my return half from the dead mans pocket London Opinion Ten Years In Bed For ten years I was confined to my Led with dlsoaso of my kidneys writes UA Gray J P of Oakdalo Ind It was so severe that I could not movo part of tho time I consult ed tho very best medical skill available but could get no relief until Fo leys Kidney Cure was recommended to mo It has been a Godsend tome1 G LPennyA neapby town announc ed a white elephant party Each guest was told to bring something for which she had no use but which was too good to throwaway Eleven of tho 19 guests present brought their husbands Philadelphia Record Plans arc completed for the new First National Bank building It will be 80 feet front on Main Btreet and feet on Sublimity The bank and two stores will bo on first floor and an opera house of modern type will be above theseLondon Sentinel Landis will bo dead a long time before that fine is paid said John D Rocke feller when he heard that the U S Judge had fined the Standard Oil Company 29240000 for violations of tho law NEWS NOTES The police judge atCIarksvillo Tenn has Increased the fine for drunkenness from to 25 For tho first time in many years tho doors of tho Barren county jail are thrown wide open not a single prisoner being on the inside Charles McGuirk a prominent far mer of Anderson county was probably fatally hurt by falling from a scaffold In his tobacco barn The second trial of Harry K Thaw charged with the murder of Stanford White is not likely to take place until the January term of court At Kansas City Judge Seehorn refused to grant an injunction compelling the Adams Express Company to ship c o d liquor packages into Iowa A large portion if not the entire business section of Princess Anne the county scat of Somerset county on the eastern shore of Maryland burned The War Department at Washington has been advised of tho existence of 10 cases of yellow fever in tho army of pacification at Cicnfucgos Cuba The sentence of Lord Harrington convicted in St Louis of the murder of James P McCann has been com muted by Gov Folk to life imprison ment The History building the last of the Jamestown Exposition structures to bo completed was formally opened to tho public Monday with appropriate ox excises President Roosevelt has issued an executive order making Labor day September 2 a holiday for Government employes and laborers who are employ ed by tho day Tho Chicago Board of Trade has for mally called on President Roosevelt to take personal hand in settling the pres ent strike of telegraphers and thus avert a catastrophe Four thousand Moors attacked Casa- Blanca Monday but were repulsed American Minister Gunmere reports from Tangier that Casa Blanca has been virtually destroyed Troops which have been in control of Tell City Ind for several days were removed and the Sheriff and his deputies are now in charge of the situation No settlement of the strike troubles has been reached- A building containing the laundry and lighting and heating plant of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane in Philadelphia one of the largest pri vate institutions in tho country was destroyed by fire Gen Basil W Duke of Louisville WAS reelected president of Morgans men at the Lu tiness session of the reo union at Parks lull campgrounds near Carlisle The gathering was the biggest ever held by the organization Construction work on the new Letch er County Homo Telephone Companys line from Whitesburg via Ermine May king Sergent and Craftsville to Baker 1C miles has been begun and will be completed within 30 days W B Webb of Mayking is manager of the companyJohn Rockefeller lost money at tho rate of a million a minute for a while Monday in Wall street Stand ard Oil dropped on the curb to 450 a total drop of CO points since Judge Landis rendered his opinion at Chicago and a drop of 15 points from the lowest figures reached Saturday It was the lowest point reached by Standard Oil since January 1899 when It reached 434 Nora Stephens who lived at Goodloe Floyd county was attacked by Sam Arnett and Tom Sheppard who at tempted to force her to leave her home Sheppard shot tho girl placing the muzzle of a pistol in her mouth nnd killing her instantly The girls brother shot and fatally wounded Arnett The tragedy has aroused tho citizens of Floyd county and a posse is searching for Sheppard Mrs Robert J Vandusen of Chicago thought that something was wrong with her wearing apparel but did not dis cover the extent of it until she entered a womans waiting room at the Lake Shore station There she ascertained that her silk stocking had ripped across the knee This in itself would not have been so serious if Mrs Vandusen had not been using the stocking as a pock et book Through tho rent had dropped 200 in paper money and 8000 worth of jewel- sEndorsed By The County liTho most popular remedy in Otse go County nnd the cst friend of my family writes Win lyi Dletz editor and publisher of tho Otsego Journal Gllbertsvillo N Y is Dr Kings Now Discovery It has proved to be an infallible euro for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them Wo always keep a bottle In tho house I believe it to bo tho most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Pennys Drug Store Price 50o and ti Trial bottle freo IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Magee a Q C brakeman was struck on the head by the roofing of Kings Mountain tunnel and consider ably hurt Thirty to 40 wagon loads of spokes are coming into this place daily Pricna paid run from 35 to 50 per thousand Mt Vernon Signal Prof C H Cox of Junction City and a graduate of Centre College has been chosen principal of the graded school at Coolidge in Pulaski county Mrs J C Rinehart entertained Mes dames Moren Clemerson Dillion Cald well and Hardin at dinner Monday in honorof her mother Mrs M E Fish London Sentinel The City Council at Lebanon has pas sedan ordinance making the offices of Chief of Police City Attorney and Police Judge elective by the people in stead of by the Council The LewisHicksWilson Lumber Company of Glasgow has bought tho timber off 2000 acres of land in Rock castle county for 48000 and will at once cut and market the timber All stock has been subscribed for the Parksvlllc Cheese Factory and 8000 pounds of milk per day has been engaged and the capacity of the factory is 800 pounds of cheese per dayAd vocateA grand jury has been called at Barbourvilio to investigate tho recent strikes at coal mines in that sec tion Tho mines have been tied up or crippled for some time as a result of a fight by tho unions for recognition- G Stuart G S Dudley J A Mann J M Lloyd William Uhl and TTGib lin having applied to the Comptroller of Currency at Washington have received his authorization to organize the First National Bank of Burnside with 25 000 capital stock Tom Barton a Richmond Negro was held to answer in 1000 bond after an examining trial on the charge of as saulting R S Scarborough a white citizen It is alleged that Barton struck Scarborough with a pistol knocking out one of his eyes Lafayette Phillips who killed his wife at Harrodsbtx r was given an ex amining trial and was held over to the circuit court in 1200 At the same time that Phillips killed his wife he shot and seriously wounded her sister Mrs Kyle Watkins and also Thomas SalleeAttorney Robert Waddle as trustee of H E W R Cundiff sold at public auction Saturday the CundifT property on Mt Vernon avenue for G05670 to Beecher Smith lie also sold at the same time the building known as the Cundiff Hotel to H E W R Cundiff for 4200 The build ings are two of the most desirable In the city for business houses Somer set Journal Death removed from our midst Sat urday evening at the home of her son one of Somersets oldest citizens Mrs Mollie B Pettus She had beep l rit ically ill for the past eight months and the end was expected at any time yet one of the bravest battles ever fought with death was waged by her Death came peacefully she remaining conscious to tho end Mrs Pettus was the last of a large family of children and was born 75 years ago last April near Pisgoh in Woodford county Before her marriage she was Miss Mollie Mil ton coming here with her father Eben Milton 50 years ago She married W H Pettus of this city in 1870 and to them one son Mr Eben Pettus was born Her husband Judge W H Pettus died in 1902 Journal Eczema For tho good of those su tiering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my vvife bad something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it prow ed to bo better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists The Clearfield Lumber Company of Clearfield Pa has bought an immense tract of land in Morgan couuty paying for it 300000 and will extend its rail road 18 miles into the mountains The land is rich in timber and coal and will be fully developed 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 any ono do G L Penny Missouri is the fourth honey produc ing state in the union If the vast swarms that put in their timo under politicians bonnets would only get out and do their duty Missouri would even beat the worldSr Louis Republic An American soldier at Cienfuegos Cuba is suffering fron is believed to be yellow fever a Tho Society of the Army of the Philippines Is holding its annual reunion at Kansas City More Than 25000 in Prizes I ofKentuckythat accompanies It Lowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Afford to Miss Itt swelledtoSee our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel trottingTrotting Pacing Running Races Daily An amusement program running way Into thousands of dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted J SEPT 16211907 LOUISVILLE f Capt Knabenshue in his passengercarrying airship the marvel of the century with daily flights and exhibitions and a night ride In the air guided by a searchlight captlnballoonSensational acrobatic acts tree each day And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aneinsplring calamity of 1906 given nightly In the infield in front of the grand stand Three concerts daily by Natlello and his premier band of fifty artists from the Land of Music KentuckyLegislatureBoard of Agriculture Write for catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville 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 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS IT B Ovvsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek It L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky = aV E IComfort ceo nom and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter o rooms and bath room with 15 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms Tho ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Paris Creen When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper PiinU Oilanll Varnishes School Supplies Best Foor Finish isIRENULAC W B McRoberts DRUGGISl I BrANFORo1f PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded r The Interior Journal E c WALTON = J T ROBERTS II cnmlldnte for Magistrate In the Ornb to heOrchard Dtdrlct subject tctlon of thedetnocrntlepartyJOHN 11 cndldnte for Jnllt r of Lincoln count anbjrct to the action vf the llemocrnl party L M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jnller of Democraticsubject to the nctlon of the party JAMES Co HAYS IlncolncountIIDbjt c party D C ALLEN It a candidate for actionof of 11ruioctnt ty lubjcct to the tbe party Democratic Ticket fForU S SenatorJ C W Deck f For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K r HendrIcks For State Superintendent of Schools M O Vlnfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Tumble For AuditorH M Bosworth ItFor Secretary of State Hubert For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks Time per capita for common schools is this year 340 the largest in the history of the Commonwealth During the four years of Republican ad ministration from 1896 to 1900 it av eraged 235 For the first four years of Democratic administration 1900 to 1903 the per capita averaged 2462 and increase of 112 cents For the second four years 1904 to 1907 it averaged 3221 an increase over the preceding four years of 752 cents and- over the four years of Republican administration of 87I cents In ad dition the Democratic administration of 1900 had to pay a deficit left by the Bradley administration in the School Fund of 14765728 and the Republi can State Superintendent of that year deserted his office without making his annual report Tile cost of saving souls is steadily rising In one Southern city the necessary sum Is 6250 when 20 years ago it was only 23 In Louisville the cost is 55 in New Orleans 78 In Boston the cost is no less than 450 I New York 545 and in Indianapolis 620 In rural districts it is much less in Georgia for example it is only 19 What is the cause of this Is it because the world is growing worse IN view of the fact that Harrison v county is dry the medical society has pledged itself strictly to that part of the law which says that a prescription t shall be written only when such liquor is absolutely required as a medicine 1 Thats right When the majority speaks let everybody acquiesce and help enforce the law IT is under Democratic administration that a Countyunit local option law went upon the Kentucky law books Public sentiment forced the Republican f convention at Louisville to recognize it and that body went upon record as weakly endorsing it IT is under democratic administration that a new Kentucky Capitol is being erected and without imposing any ad ditlonal burden upon the taxpayers of the State Another reason why demo r crats should be kept in power M C SAUFLEY of this city t1JUDGE second vicepresident of j the organization of Morgans Men at the reunion held at Parks Hilla compli- ment worthily bestowed POLITICAL Republicans of Jessamine county have nominated W B Buford for RepresentativeWilliam was nominated for- tt Representative by the republicans of Jackson county John M Stanley a Simpson county b 7republican wants to beat Hon W J Gooch for Representative Ott Acting under a statute passed at the last session of the General Assembly the Indiana State Railroad Commission his ordered all railroads with gross an nual incomes of 7500 or more per mile to Install block systems While here the other day Senator W A Byron of Brooksvillc told us that Mr G T Reynolds a splendid democrat and an excellent gentleman would be nominated by the democrats of Bracken without opposition Republicans of the Fifth Appellate court district will meet in convention in Maysville on August 29 to consider the advisability of nominating a can ti didate to oppose Judge John Lassing and to make a nomination if it i- sIgthought best Samuel Pugh is mention i probable nominee Jr KINGSVILLE Mr James Walter of Stanford was the guest of his brothers here Rev C D Evans of Wnynesburg preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening Murphy Acton are putting in a new telephone line between here and 0 K Waynesburg and other points Middleburg defeated Kingsville in aI game of ball here Saturday and Science Hill was defeated by Kingsville the same afternoon Miss Mary Riley of Lexington has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Lydia McKee Miss McKee will leave soon for Atlanta where she will attend school Mrs Della Maher and children of Ludlow arc guests of relatives here Mrs Mary VanArsdalo went to Danville Saturday for a visit to relatives Sam Cummins wife and little son of Covington have returned home after a visit to relatives here Robin Rigney wife and daughter Miss Della were guests of Mrs Williams at Eubanks Mesdames Alonzo Rigney and Virgil Bastin went to Somerset this week to visit relatives Mrs D B Flint and Master James Flint were here between trains Little Mabel Flint Is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Fannie Carey Hendricks Hayes of Danville was here this week D C Allen of Hustonville was here this week Squire Adams of Highland was here a few days since Mr Perkins of Cincinnati is spending the summer with relatives here Dr R A Tate has returned to Somerset Squire Harris is very low with consumption Miss Ida Waters is visiting her aunt Mrs Haney at Covington Will Flint will leave soon for Tyler Texas where his fathers family has located CHURCH MATTERS A 50000 Baptist church at Eufala Ala was destroyed by lightning Rev C E Powell of Lexington will preach at McCormacks church next Sunday morning and night Rev Aiden Bristow of Lexington will begin a protracted meeting at the Christian church at Turneraville Sunday next He will preach at 1030 VA M and 7 P M Rev R R Noel has been conducting a protracted meeting at Grove assisted by Rev E L Andrews of Covington He had 44 additions and 30 by baptism Rev Noel tells us it was a most inter estingmeeting as well as a most successful one The Hon David H Goyen who has been in our city for the last few weeks will fill Bro Currans pulpit on next Sunday morning He is an orator of almost national reputation and the mere announcement should give him a packed house Go and enjoy a rare treat Hillsboro 0 Democrat Mr Goyen- will preach at the Christian church Sun day morning- A Richmond dispatch says The largest attended regular church meetings ever held in this city are the open air services that have been conducted by Rev Hugh McLellan for the past three Sunday evenings in the court house yard The most striking feature of these meetings is that in the audience are men listening to the sermon with intense earnestness who have never been seen in a church HUBBLE The protracted meeting at the Methodist church closed Sunday with a nuts ber of additions- J H Hopson of Atlanta is here buying mules Grover McKechnie made a business trip to Lexington this week Miss Artie Johnson of Bryantsville Is the guest of Miss Lucy Spoonamore Dogs killed six sheep belonging to R F Sloan Brown Anderson bought some butcher stuff here at 3c James McKcchnie sold some hogs to J M Johnson at 560 Sweeney Morgan bought some shoots from L G Hubble at560Miss Ella Barnett of Hustonville is expected this week for a visit to Mss Mayme Underwood R L McKechnie has returned to Tampa Fla after a visit to his parents here Leslie Sloan is recuperating at Olympian Springs Misses Mabel Williams of Lexington and Kathleen Walter of Lancaster were guests of Miss Bettie Walter H G Bratton and wife aye visiting rela tives in Madison county Everybody Should Know says C G Hays 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 plies Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 25c Charles R Jones chairman of the national prohibition committee says that Georgia is only a starter and that all of the states of the south will soon have prohibition Sometimes the office seeks the man There being no man available sometimes the office as in life insurance circles puts up with ahoy- MATRIMONIAL Miss Helen Hilton and John W- Holtby popular young people of Junction were married in St Louis MIDDLEBURG J S Broughton of Crab Orchard and Misses DoraStraub and Lizzie Da vison of Stanfordlwho were attending Olympian Springs attended church here Sunday Rev W G Tilford and the writer are attending the association and enjoying thehospitality of the Eu banks people Luther Hancy of Cain town visited his brother Dr J M Haney here Editor Henry Thomas attended Sunday school at the Baptist church here Sunday and by request taught a class Bro Thomas is an all round sort of fellow He is superintendent of the Christian church Sunday school and makes a good Sunday schoolteacher is a splendid auctioneer and gets out a good paper Yes Bro Thomas can and does make himself generally useful Judge Moody special judge in the trial of James Hargis and others charged with the murder of Dr B D Cox has set Saturday as the time for hearing arguments on the motion to remand to Breathitt county the cases against John AbncrBill Britton and Elbert Hargis Court will sit at Lexington instead of Sandy Hook Negroes in Philadelphia have formed what is called the Constitutional Brotherhood America the purpose being to combine the Negro voters especially in the doubtful States and secure pledges from candidates that they will vote for legislation favorable to the Negroes Secretary Cortelyou according to a New York paper has decided to come to the relief of the money market and distribute Government funds to aid the movement of crops Judge J A Donaldson was nominat ed for the State Senate by the Democrat of the district comprising Trimble Henry Oldham and Carroll counties NOTICE Twelve New WebUtr TwoHorn Wnsons wngoimnplrtesoar lc lnl1ty Ky- lAttention Please I Any honest pamondedringtempornry or permanent uwnt cull on El liddltltL N TIME TABLE No South 1141 p No St South ltM P MNofrNortb1T JOS S RICE Agent For Sale or Rent I twoItory ontbeu8tDlldNEWTON UHO Bomeriet Ky HENRY WATTERSON PAPER Weekly Courier Journa AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YETI FOR ONLY 150Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourlerJournal Democratic In 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on which I Carpenter rtttlded In hU lifetime will lie at prlrnt- tale for u limited time Thtownton nrv noiiresldents tho Mate and not Iwlng able to give their personal attention to tho farm have decided to tell It at n fair price Address all Inquiries for price terms nnd other particulars to- CHAKIKMN MANNISH Security Trust Co Lexington Ky TRY The Frnkfort State Journal The Democratic State Organ during the corning campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest nUll rao t reliable news every lay toW P Walton Frankfort Kv u Niagr Falls Excursions VIA AUG I7TH Write II C KING G P A Lexington Ky for particulars ONLY ONE LEFT1998 GETS IT CEO H FARRIS STANFORD ReducedI We have the best the Light est and Coolest things pos sible for comfort We are ready for you with son Light Shirts trwith or without Collars at I 150 and 2 Low Shoes 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25c and 500 Long Soft = 4 in HandsWin ii sors Ties 25 and 50 tSILinen Straw and Panama Hats from 50c to 650IThe New Greys and Blue Serge TwoPiece Suitst1250 15 and 20 We will have everything necesIsary for your comfort I s ttlt H J McKOBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY DIAMOND INK If you want the best Ink in the world use the highest of standards The DIA MOND They run from a 5c bottle to a 75c quart PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I ATTENDTHE GREAT Casey COllolilLiberty Fair AUG 28 29 30 1 Liberal ofStockC H BARTLE JASON WESLEY President Secretary BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departments High School Grammar IntcrmeIdiatq Primary Music Cooking and Sowing Only three places left in the dormitory find ooMiiges but ccod homes in the town are open to students Terms Board andjtuition 10500 Tuition alone 830j 820 815 For s j catalogue nddrCttofMISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Ky vs r ti 1nrniols Belts D Hosiery GlovesIVow Shoes White WahtingB Lace Embroideries Glove Fane STANFORD KY AlTO 10 100 p w Diamond Ink Eraser will removo ink and other stains from paper clothing and other fabric Penny- PERSONALSt u Mns W S DUNHAM ia with relatives in DoyleIW G WmiEiis was in Lexington YlJhmlay MK WALT f WARRBN spent several days in Louisville Mns JKSSIK STACO Is visiting Crab Orchard relativesIMiss STELLA McCLAitY is the Lexington fair gr DIt J E TYLER is spending a few days in Louisville and Eminence MRS SAM GOLDSTEIN and little daughter Tillie are in Loulnvillo LEAITCH of Louisville is Miss Mollie Goldstein R HUGIIBS went to MU to visit her parents GRAVES of Springfield was friend Mr M M Sweo ney Mn II C UUPLEY is visiting his f daughter Mrs II U Hourigan in Ma rion Mn JOHN DIIIGHT JR and family of Somerset were guests of his parent hereMR WELCH ROCHESTER returned to r iParis with hb sister Miss Mattie loch ester MIBSDS SUE TAYLOR AND NANNIE WOODS ENOLEMANare visiting at Rich mend iA Mns ED WILKINSON and children are visiting Mr and Mrs John W Moore in MAY SAUNDERS is attend lag the Salesladies Convention at Mcadvillc Pa MR W L WOOD and wife of Dan ville are with her parents Mr and Mrs J E Lynn Mn J II DALTON of the Gilbert Creek section who has typhoid fever continues very ill MR PHIL SODEN and son Will So den of Louisville are with the family of Col W Hutr Dudderar Miss MARY BRUCE left Wednesday for Clifton Forge Va New York 4 p Washington and other points MISSES FANNIE VANDEVEER and Roberta OBannon are visiting Brod head relatives during the fair MRS B D CARTER and son Carl Itand Misses Alice and Rosa Alcorn were at Lexington fair yesterday Miss ELSIE LEE YOUNG has returned to her homo In Cincinnati after a months visit to her cousin Miss Edyth Wade MR WILL G LACKEY and little son 1 Harry of St Louis passed up to Crab Orchard Tuesday to visit his father and sistersMiss LOTTIE CARSON is visiting Miss Llssa Holtzclaw In the country Mas ter Stewart Carson is with Lancaster relativesA daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs F S McClary The young lady has been named Dora BaughmanMRS G RIDDLE of Kansas City arrived Wednesday to visit her brother Dr William Shelton whom shd has not wseen for nearly 25 years t s MR W T SAUNDERS Miss Susie Saunders and Master Miller Saunders who have been visiting friends here returned to Louisville Tuesday MISSES MATTIB AND BETTIK PAXTON r Lotto Helm and Annie McKinney left for Jamestown Wednesday They will visit Washington and other points Miss MARY CRAIG IIAYDEN who has been with her grandmother Mrs Per mella Brown for several months re turned to her home at Paris Tuesday Miss VIRGINIA SIIUMATE who has been with friends and relatives here returned to her home at Newburn Tenn Wednesday much to the regret of many a deserving beaux MR D B CARSON of Atlanta Ga and Mesdames G W Miller and J Miller and children of Bliss Okla arel guests of Mrs S E Brooks and Miss Mollio Brooks at Crab Orchard from Crab Orchard thatNEWS comes iIadaughter has arrived to bless tho t homo of Mr and Mrs R C White formerly Miss Gallic Tho mother was Horton for several years a stenogra pher at this ofllce who has been connncdtoherbedwlth typhoid fever I is reJ no for the past J P Kelsay has better Moreland to join his wife togone where she has been visiting relatives Somerset Journal I Miss LUCIIK MENEKEK is with Lex- Ington friends MRS ADELIA WOODS is at the King Hotel Crab Orchard Miss VEDA BRADY of Covington is with Miss Mary Phillips MR L R HUQIIKS attended the Brodhead fair yesterday JOHN NBVIUS of Lebanon Junction with the home folks hero MHSMAHY J WEATHERFORD of Huatonville is dangerously ill Miss ADDIB MCCLARY is with tho M Linen Thompson at Mt Vernon LESTER OBANNON is visiting relatives at Brodhead during the fair MR J F CUMMINS and wife are vis- Iting in Nlcholaavillo and Lexington MR J W LONG has been indisposed for a week or more but is out again MRS GEORGE P MAURY is visiting Mrs Mattie Maury at Williamsburg Mns LIZZIE DILLION of Lancaster is with her sister Mrs Mattie Ncvius MR AND MRS J II BAUGHMAN are sojourning at Lake Chautauqua N Y MRSMILDRED BcAZLEYof Lancaster is with her daughter Mrs W W Hays Miss MARTHA MENEFEE is visiting her friend Miss Riggs at Cynthiana MRS R ROIIINSON and children of Somerset are visiting her mother Mrs OHair Misses LIZZIE DAVISON and Dora Straub have returned from Olympian Springs LITTlE Miss MARGIE LYNN is with her aunt Mrs W Logan Wood in Danville Miss MINNIE WOODS went to Bar bourvillo yesterday to visit her friend Mrs F B Sampson Miss ETIIEL DUNN of Garrard has been engaged to teach one of the grades at the Stanford Graded School REVS R R NOEL and J Murray Taylor attended the South Kentucky Baptist Association at Eubanks MR T J GOOCH of Wayncsburg who was operated on some weeks ago is doing nicely and will soon be out MRS VENA FILLERS and daughter Miss Kate of Cincinnati are with the formers sister Mrs Henry Hester MRS S M LOGAN and children of Wilmoro arrived yesterday to visit her parents Judge and Mrs M C Sauflcy Tim following gentlemen are attend ing the Lexington fair M S Baugh man R L Hubble J W Williams B W Givens J T Embry MR A G BASTIN and family who have lived at Pittaburg for some time took Wednesdays train for Nelson Muhlcnburg county where they will resideMiss IIATTIE BELLE HOCKER who has been with her aunts Misses Mag gin and Jennie locker for some time returned to her home of Appleton City Mo yesterday Misses ANNIE ASHLOCK and Alpha Traylor entertained in honor of Miss Zada Zanonc of Lancaster Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at their home near Gilberta Creek A most enjoyable evening was spent MR J L CONWAY of Wichita Kansas spent several days with the family of Mrs Samuel Reid at Huston villo Mr Conway brought his little son Reid Conway who has been spend ing the Summer with him but who will continuo to live at Hustonvillo and attend school LOCALS HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co BEAUTIFUL lioof souvenir postcards just in Mrs W S Jones ILOST a Teddy Bear oketboolt con taining 5 bill and between 75c and In sliver This officerGRANVILLE LUTES is a milk carrier for the Creamery Co Ills route is along tho Somerset pike ON Aug 21 22 23 the L N will sell roundtrip tickets to the Barbour tulle fair at one fare plus 25c WANTED FYTo seed corn good wages write for partlculdrs punk Bros Seed Co Bloomington IIShMaveKINGSVILLE pcopo a pc tition asking that a vote be taken for a Graded School at that place The petition will lay over until September court DICK LEE a Negro was arrested in Bourbon county by Deputy Sheriff A C Hill and an official of that county and brought here Tuesday and placed in jail He Is wanted for killing a Negro at Moreland some three years ago r YOUR MIDSUMMER NEEDS tlslta Wo nro tanking great efforts to have just what you want in the way of wearing apparel for theee hot days besides the Summer gogds we are closing out we nro showing just the things you need for Summer wear SEVERANCE SON STANFORD ICIIARLES SOUTH BEND watches for sale at Muellers LOST horse collar Return to DaveI Embry colored SIZE bottle Burdock tonic comI pound for only 26c at the Stanfor Drug Co TIlE L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday at 175 for roundtrip theI FOR ofardy plants and old brick John Chriitman at greenhouse A SMALL ofstock the First National Bank changed hands Wed nesday at 145 ILET us talk Trunks and Travolln- to you Fall stock just receive Cummins McClary THE Jumbo camp meeting will begin Sept C The tabernacle hoi been completed and everything is in readiness for the entertainment of the visitors Everybody invited Tie ladies of the Baptist church at Hustonvllle will give an ice cream UP- per from C to 11 P M Thursday Aug 22 Go and spend some of your time and money with them BROKE LEGails William Cum ley aged about 65 while crossing over the bridge near Mr W H Traylori was seized with an attack of vertigo and fell breaking his leg Gov BECKHAM has notified E A Chilton Secretary of the Laurel Count Fair Association of his acceptance of an invitation to visit the Laurel Fair and deliver an address on Thursday August 29IBOUGHT A FARMMr W 0 Speed of this place has bought of Mrs B J Carpenter of the West End her farm of 41 acres near Hustonville Mr Speed will get possession Jan 1 1903 and will move with his family there toroside- THE Brodhead fair Wednesday under most favorable conditions Horses are on hand from many counties and people are there world without end The premium list this year is unusuall liberal and it has attracted the best stock in this section WANTED a lady or gentleman who can invest a few dollars for their own outfit to take training in optical proscription writing from the prisoptometer A good salary as soon as competent to use tho instrument For further particulars address P O box 53 Stan ford Ky CALDWELL Abram Irvine Caldwell aged 57 died in Boyle after a protracted illness For many years he was associated in the mercantile business at Danvillo with Mr Ike Lanier and the firm was one of the strongest in Contra Kentucky Mr Caldweil married a daughter of the lute Peter Gentry am the and a son survive FOR new traction engine one separator self feeder and wini stacker One saw mill with 300001 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 Th owners only reason for selling is on account 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 KySBIG LAND SALEMr L R Hughes sold for W L McCarty to Judge W A Tribblo 216 acres of the old Owsley farm hear Walnut Flat at 65 He also sold to David acres 5210Itof the same tract at will be remembered that Mr William Logan owns tho residence and about 220 acres surrounding the above land This makes about a half dozen nice real estate deals that Mr Hughes of the Central Kentucky Real Exchange Title Co has made in the past month Tim Blue Wing Saloon at Rowland the only place where red liquor Is legal ly sold by retail in this entire section will not close until midnight of tho 20th we are informed the county license ex king on that date Tho town license expires on the 18th but as that falls on Sunday the license Is good only until midnight of the 17th Rowland Is dead iia a corporation however and we are told that Mr Walker the Blue Wing proprietor will take chances on run ning until the expiration of the county license Tire Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices CLEANING out the dirt to make room for the foundation of the threestor Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets is progressing nicely Mr J N Menefee has the contract of excavation BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Fine farms throughout Central Kentucky 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 K- yNOTICE ler onowlnir th ntHt otthlaleAiiilrrKm will cell on in at once IInd Mottle TllO having claims lfnIDt the e late will preent them properly proven to me nt rnrllputconvenience JOHN IIANDCIIHOX Administrator Hllnt Ander on PUBLIC SALE r will sell nt public auction nt the borne of the hue dens Amlervon on Knit Mull Mtivvt In Htunfortl 1Klnnlng nt oclock on HATUIIPAY AUG eL the following rsonaeproertya Two cow and three calve t bUI1 red or bug IinrnOM Kiddle und hrJdle cooking 1I0e end vesols of incut lot of Irlih potn taxi wiled lay plow und plow gear lot of rubbish and other things too numerous to mention Termi mode known on dry or ii le JOHN BANDEItMO- NAdrnidstnitor 811ns Anderson Col J P Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE Jlnvlng derided to quit farming and motto town I wlllell nt public auction nt thll MriH II Hlntt laflll1 miles Northeast of Ntunford rand mile Northwest of Tniylori hwltehon the lothen h fix Itlver turn pike on MATUIIDAY HKPT7 11W The following ixmonnltytowlt One spa of 3yMirold 10lmnil mare multo kind IInd gentle and good worker l gray nmrc 1Irollly nnntU In foul to my luck IInd ono film good work inure I Denmark fnin lly inure gentle nnd good worker and In font to Jnrk hi mare hyenmold sire by Inmbettn Wflkes 1st dam by linrne wllkei gnat driver nod In foal to Aihlnm Brook T HiirrUA It U Wood i flue trot Ling nlHllIon This nmr u fust JlIIn colt by her tide by Aihlund llrook nod It It 0 good one rnrohl ba filly by King Bn Vie find out of a penmnrk more This 1IIb with the proiwr Attention und very llttli training should make n more that veal bring a fancy price l yearling Ken tucky Joss sired liy Emperor and out or ajennntby Hilly Keenej l yearling Junnei by Mnlcir linn null 710 out of the Jennet Ixiurn Hubble by Blinker lands 01 Urillnollll rd hands and isrucllla18 iinnds iged lucre III Inlll to lack I mare and roll two Syiurold cults well muted two cow one with young cnlf by her side 3 heifer fiilven yearling heifer U shoots brood tow firms wn on lot of harness Ohninplon Ruder Hiding Cultivator tultlllg flnrrow i unr Harrow I No 0 sliver Chilled Turning Plow and other tblngi too numerous to mention Sale to commence nt IO yvloek sharp TIMIXIH All sums of lOnnd under cnil In hand and till over that amount a credit or ilx month will be given purohiuer to glv note with unproved security note to benr percent Interwut from date of tale negotln hi end imynblolii the Lincoln County tlonnl Hunk Nn rty to lie removed until termi or the suite are compiled with J II HAUTAIN Htnnford Ky Col J Chandler And Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills persothould quickInphysician but the fact does remain tha there are many ailments that can be cured at at very little expense Such remedies can be bought at any firstclass drug store for a small sum Among the diseases that can be effectively treated at home are such as pertain to the stomach liver and bowels like constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency sour stomach bloated stomach lick headaches heartburn etc For these trouble there Is no better remedy than Dr Caldwolli Syrup Pepsin tho great herb laxative compound and amour Its staunchest friends are the doctors themselves in such troubles they knoW they have nothing better to offer than the In repents contained In this remedy and hence iho liberal ones advise their patients to take It It often hOPpeD that at the commencement of an attack tome people hesitate to take such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they flashy take Dr Saldwells Syrup Pepsin and have their confidence rewarded by a cure A good case In point Is that of Mr Herrln of Lawrencerllle III who suffered from what the doctors wiled ca tarrh of the stomach Ho was irlven up to die by three leading physicians He had no oppe Lite couldnt dlirest what little be did eat had levere pains In the stomach and anally moment when he himself thought he would die Ultimately he was advised to try Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin and did so and now be U entirely ured and has gained s pounds lie naturally ulvlscs all sufferers from weak stomach to use It It can be had in cent and II bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money Is refunded Buy a bottle today and watch results within to try Dr Cud FREE TESTThose Syrup Pepsin before buy fig can have a free umple bottle sent to their home by tddrenlnr tile company This offer Is to prove that the remedy do IS we claim and only open to those have nevtr taken It Send jot It If you have any lymptomi ol stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old folks guaranteed permaneit home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure at DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee 17 Washington 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO- t trt Caldwell Bldg Montloello III New Veils v Velvet Uibbons Side Combs Baok Comb IInndkerchiefsI Underwear Corsets 15 cwdes the little things that cost so little yet are eo necessary South IDepot New Goods We nre now prepared to show you a full lino of Silk Gloves in Tan Brown White and Black 16 button length from 8175 to 82 Nice assortment of Beauty Pins Nine quarter Bleach Sheeting ReadMade Sheet New Combs Bolt Pocketbooks and Veiling Make this your shopping place TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 69C Hat Sale We Have on Sale a Lot of Mens Fur Hats in Blacks Browns and Grays Hats which formally sold from 150 to 2 Your Choice of the Lot for 69 Cents W E Perkins Crab OrchardIKentucky 1 The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky Established eleven years = Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address J CLEWIS Prin London Ky t The Interior Journal Entered in tM PoitOffict oJ Stanford cuI Htcnd clcut matter yOBIJSUHD TOBHOAYS AND WRIDAYI AT 100 PER YEAR CASt Cbarged1 is Whim not 10 pald ISOO will be Jesse W Sweeney sacral = roes Livery Food and Salo Stablo Lancaster K- yNOTICEAny one needing B Union Jnck nnd Win cnnlR their order with T U he will sborvyonnndtakeyourordernud will the same on noticel TLUN8FOni NOTICE lan situated miles Kput McKlnneyn on the O H et pike or and on A Mlddleburg Whicb hacks run treatment Hundny Is vf ltheumnfor thenon open Siren Liver Kidney llladder end nil Htom soil and Bowel Troubles Uheumatlsm 1 specialty nt reasonable rates For partlcu gars and terms address KM8IM8 Pror B p D Box 32 llustonvllle K- yB D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 F STANFOeOKENTUGHYA Surgeon Dentist j STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberto Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Htreet letWPen prlngl and 1own mile from Halt ulphur WtH nmt sllstance trout Brown Hprlngs Hplyndld to We find cool comfortable per week INSURANCEWindStorm Life end Accident None but the HT1t0 OE8T end BBBT Oompanlel In Lowest Kee Pos ei9OneqnalleU Mbit Rates aTkwitLPaying MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy adjrmade clothing when there go little difference In the price of ready made mill and n suit mode to your ineaiur taken by an experienced tailor I nave a aandiome line of Hprlng Hummer goods I an make from n low Overcoat suit to Hit finest dress null Also Trous m and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep resent U second to none II O UUPLKV The Tailor Htanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter limy Feed and Sale Stable Depot Stroet STANFORD KT IleaBGood Rigs Stock Pens In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery naiollne and Hteam Knglnes Threshing Machinery and Haw Mills It will pay you to see us before you buy Also lommlmlon saleitnieu lot all secondhand jaachlmry J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY ffcPhone 107 Home Phone 96 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur- aiture Matt5ngsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Rightful ISTANFORD KENTUCKY E FARMERS DEPARTMENT R L Hubble bought a mare mule for 140 Granville Lutes bought 50 hogs in Ca sty at 6c Mark Hardin sold to R B Wilkinson 6cIBoyle dug 67 pota hillIto 370 B D Holtzclaw Thomas Boone sold to James Doono two sows and pigs for 50 FOR SALE10 good yearling mules Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky J C Lynn and Greely Lutes sold to R B Wilkinson a lot of heifers at 3c Homed bugs four inches long have been killing ckickcns In Barren county In an exhibition race against his own record Dan Patch paced a mile in 1561 at Galesburg Ilia FOR SALEPure bred Southdown buck lambs and 0 I C boar shoats J B Foster Stanford 2t C R Cabell delivered 70 lambs to J C Durham Bros at 6 cents They averaged 00 pounds Adair H J Darst sold to Geo D Boone a lot of cows at 3c Mr Darst also bought a lot of cows and calves at 3c J W Williams bought of various parties a car load of butcher stuff at 3 to 3ic They will be shipped to Penn sylvaniaFOR SALEThree threeyear mare mules and one threeyearold horse mule Good workers J J Wright Moreland Fine Tamworth boar oneycaro weighs 300 pounds and is thin in order Magnificently bred Will sell at a bargain in next 10 days R C White Crab Orchard 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 Lewis Neal the wellknown horseman and stock raiser of Madison county shipped to Liverpool England 100 export cattle averaging 1500 pounds for which he received 560 Wm Dodd of Lincoln county reached here last Wednesday with three highclass horses They went from here to the Burkesvllle Fair and next week they will be on exhibition at this place The horses are being handled by- Coffey BrosAdair News Suits has been filed by the Hent county Board of Control of the Tobacco Growers Association against farmer and an independent buyer charging them with entering into conspiracy to break up the orgmlza tion It Is charged that the farmel sold 8000 pounds of tobacco to the as sociatlon and refused to deliver it A Sad State of Affairs Mothers at the seashore Sisters gone away Brother Bill is catching perch Out there in the bay Every one is happy Having lots of fun Cepting Dad who never will Get the dishes done Heaped up in the kitchen All the dishes stand All the common china All the Haviland Mothers been away a month Dad has used them all Now hes eating off the plates That decorate the wall Mother mother hurry Come back from the shore Dad can only find enough Plates for two meals more He is up against it While you stay away Now hes eating breakfast food From the large ash tray He will not wash the dishes He piles them in the sink If you could only see them now I wonder what youd think Oh hurry mother hurry Come back to us today For father hasnt washed a dish Since first you went away Detroit Free Press Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we had thrco doctors with our little boy and every thing that they could do seemed in vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamberlains Collo Cholera und Dinrrhoe remedy and In a few hours he begat to Improve Today he Is as healthy child as patents could wish for Mrs B J Johnston LInton Miss For sale by all druggists Gov Campbell of Texas recently addressed 10000 farmers at Willspoint Texas The New York Herald quotes the governor as saying If a horse thief gets into another State I can Issue a requisition and bring him back but to- secure the return of a trust magnate charged with perjury it is necessary to employ lawyers and I will spend every dollar the people will give me to spend to make Henry Clay Pierce come bad to Texas and stand trial Gov Camp bell said Texas antitrust lawb severe as they are are not severe enough He- will not seek the repeal of anyot them MAGIC stock and poultry food at I Singletons Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Lexington Aug 126 days Perryville Aug 143 days Brodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 20t days Lawrenceburg Aug 2Ot days Barbourvllle Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 27t days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 3t days Bardstown Sept 4t days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- Shepherdsville Aug 204 days Slielbyvillc Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 234 days Paris Sept 3five days The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists arc unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life Is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period tllllt determines Its duration seems to bo between 60 and 00 the proper care of tho body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after CO is Electric HlUor tho scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes ovory organ of the bod Guaranteed by Penn s Drug Star Sorry sir telephoned the butcher but we are just out of sirloin Why dont your wife order you a round Wwhata that 7 exploded IIarkor at the other end of the line- I say why dont your wife order you around 7 Why dont my wife order me around 7 Great Caesar man that is all she does from morning until nigh If you were nearer Id But the startled butcher hung up tht receiver and fled Chicago News Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will oxperlen groat benefit by taking Foleys lion and Tar as it stops diflloultbrcathl immediately and heals the Innamed air passages and even if It should fail to euro you It will give Instant re lief The genuine is in a yellow pac age G L Penny A Song of the Road I lift my cap to Beauty- I lift my cap to Love I bow before my Duty And know that Gods above My heart through shining arches Of leaf and blossom goes My soul triumphant marches Through life to lifes repose And I through all this glory Nor know nor fear my fate The great things are so simple The simple are so great Regular as the Sun is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performani In the universe unless it Is the action of the bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life PUb Guarantee by Pennys Drug StoVe 26c John and Patrick Gabbard accused ifytealing two horses in Owsley county were lodged in jail at London PUBLIC SALE I I will cull lit public Mlle Ht Crab Urchin car x on HATtritnAV SKIT 7 tar ny llveronl cottage lit that place TIlt ouse Is modern In Iralkl and has thru orals ioud outbuilding ganlei and IIn bundanre of fruit Lot contains one nor of tine land Terror made known on day of ills J II HTKKNIIKHOKN H K D No I HtanfonlKy PUBLIC SALE I The property of Mrs J It Dickinson de- ened sold at auction on the arena h1 at Crab Orchard at 2 P M Hept 7 111- eOlllhlhlK or nlout 5 ncrea vr land IInd Improvements also hou ehoh nd kitchen furniture hand painted China rare Other things In house too numerou 10 mention Home farming liiipluments lcc Ladles specially United Terms 01 ousennd land cash Imlnnco in and It losesIonHam K Iteynolds Auct for Heirs x Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell my farm Wi miles West ustonvllle I mile from age nnd Carpen lerl Htntlon conaltingof1Yaacresof rich hlue grass or wbncco hind nil II- Igrull This farm can l equally divided to Ivantago so a to haven loud dwelling of ellch piece nlso necessary outbulldniKs The farm lays almost Inn square only out anle In lines There lire three stuck lIIrlls- I good tobacco barn i stables tenani rase good water In every livid six Insttni rings a streams running through whole truct J HTKKIB OA iIIENTRIt Hustonvllle Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A fine blue gnus farm for sale Mtuutcd on lIew pike near Point Jivavull and six mile loulh of Lancaster containing ao ncrus well located In good neighborhood being ant of the John walker tract with a hand 80llle new twostory nevenroom residence croon recently completed with nil out Hidings and good new burn 40x60 Well stored six never falling springs and creek inning through rEitM84t cash In hand balance one and two yrars until of vale bearing six per cOlIllnleret paid Persons looking for such place plenso wrlto K 5t and Isabelle Walker living 01- 1rllrm ut Point Lvavell or W O Walker anfordKy IsalMlle P K ilimd W 0 nlker Point Lenvell Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Iormorly White Milt S line been thoroughly renovated and In now In line condition to make the beet of Flour Meal Ktc luMom grinding donn on each TUKHI AY Hint KIIIMAY Will grind for till toll in formerly live me a trial- v U HM torsUratiOrolaird 50 Years An Agency50 Tlio oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Katea before Insuring Nothing but firstclaw Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing aye aerosol rich Dlue Grass land This land is tine hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars otc 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 date place and will be sold at a bargain If sold within the next Co days ft cash bate to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write It Haghes or James I White Stanford KyCures Gapes Instantly Bardstown IifJpntti ltiQiII Ooe drop of BJllU dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken instantly When fad In the food or water it is the best proTontlvo I hare over used HILL coo us R41141 is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to CMre Cholera Gapes HOUJI ant Limber iwk Priie O cents No 110 rr pay Have you received nn all nt meat to the FALL TEIiJIe i the State Normal If not see our County Superintendent at once nbout it The institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentucky rurnl schools If you have not seen the new catalog write n jHMtnl card request for Otto today Address- R N ROARK Richmond Ky IRIBBIU PfNCf Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Aleo Furniture of All Kinds Car pota Dniggote Rugs Mattinga Pi turo Frames Shades Lace Curtain and Wall Pnpcr Mr E T Boazlcy has charge of the Unilortaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 16G or 133 The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky a The Htiite College of Kentucky oilers the following course namely Agricultural Mechanical Knlne rlng Olvll Knglnevr Ing Mining KnglncfrliiK Electrical Rut Mchoo Olatslcai und- eveni H0ltfhlilc courses each of which ox tends over four und tress to tin Maolielortdegrre Each course Is organized under n teparnte faculty The gunera acuity confuting ol professors adtnntIr- ofecsors and Instructors over Dounty nppolntfeg receive fret tuition privilege of residence in dormitories fuel Hid and traveling expenses If theyy remain ten consecutive months or one ulleglnteycar The laboratories and museums are largo well e1ulppodroupruhundveamd miHlerii Mllltnry cltnct is fully form re h ongreu- Oraduateaintheevernlcourea of study readily find employment with liberal re lUiiierntlon The nil III her of matrlcu ateiait year was Wl Each departmunt lasiiHueclallstat Its head with thu necrs airy numlierof nsulstants Hummer schools lire provided for In Iedagogy Knglneerlng and Instruction In tcUncHiind the Arts The young women flmlnnoxcellent home with board und lodging In Patterson Hull which Is well iulppe l with till modern onvenlenccs luitti rooms hall for physical eulturuut ptIO 1r week All the cvuns or study In the College are opus to OUIII omen upon Identical condition with boso applying to males The upon the Normal Huhool In connection with the Department of Kdu atlon met year more than doubled that of IIIIV preceding year new hili Idllllt namely one for the leprirtinentofEduvntlonone for Agrlcul uralHclencc n r Hall are In irocess of erection and will be completed larly In the next collegiate year uemethodofobtainingupo-lnttnenlhnfurnmtlonregarding courses of study nnd terms of to- MB K 1ArrKllBON 1h D L L nlrol or n O Kriizee thus Agt Lexington Ky Fall Term Begins Kept 1007 Great Stock Relief Sale I JL 1 All Summer Goods must go in order to make room for the large stock ot t uptodate Fall Goods that is to como in shortly F S18 awl 20 fens Salts cut to 81t 48 16 tintl 1060 Mens Suits out to 12 08 1260 niul lU 50 Mens Suits cut to 10 08t10 Mens Suits cut to 7 V8J750 Mens Suits cut to 508 5 nmUOfiO Mans Suits cut to 198 Mens 4 Oxfords cut to ft 20 Mens 8J150 Oxfords out to 2 08 t Mens S n Oxfords cut to 248 Afeus 200 Oxfords out to 2 24 The pricos of Ladle Mlasoa anti Ohlldrons Oxfords out nooordingly Res- notnW that nil our Stinimor Goods go and nt prlco according to thoM ibovo SAM ROBINSON STANFORDOKY T New Stock of SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har rows Oliver- Plows First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution we orlrlokllr established as the Deposit Rank of Stanford In 1UI then rtorranlted as the National Rank of Stanford in IKS and again rvorxanlied at the First National Hank of Stanford U un having bad practically an unlnUr rapted existence for 41 year It U better now with faellltlu for transact talt bUllnetllromptlyand well than ever before In Its long and honorable carr Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J I HOOKER Priil 0T HARM V Pre i 33 MottOBKRTS Ohr W H WEARENAt OhrrFt Directors r Reid Danrlll I T Harrli Stanford IJ I Rocker Stanford- E L Tanner M D Elmore StanfordfB U Bauhman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson llubblt J II lUuRhman Stanford J M Penal Stanford O E Tate Stanford I WantedFartnsIf you have a 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