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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL c r VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 9 1905 NO 29IKINGSVILLE Ran is very badly needed here Dust Is ankle deep Hotel Do Walter had 25 guests for dinner Tuesday Including the regular boardersThe hotel and boardinghouses are doing fine since the beginning of tho work on Fishing Creek trestle which will last about two months Rev Cannon held his regularscYvices at the Methodist church Sunday night There will be services at the Christian church the third Sunday of this month- J E Creighton acting chief night operator of the St Louis Frisco Ter minal office arrived home Monday after two years absence to the delight of his homefolks and friends who will en joy his visit to the fullest extent The official train from Lexington bearing Trainmaster Tuency Supt II M Waite Roadmaster II H Barrow Traveling Engineer Lannhan J F Liu ton James OConnell E D McWaters Wm Jones and others passed through WednesdayCapt B Wells returned Sunday from a brief trip to Somerset D C Allen was hero Monday Misses Maud Stroud of Science Hill and her cousin Miss Singleton of Waynesburg were here Tut8cluy Miss Annie Mllburn of Stanford is the guest of MasterJosoph Walter Wallace Walter and little son were In Stanford Tuesday Your correspondent returned home Sunday after n pleasant visit to Somerset friends Sylvan Privitt bought a lot of Mr Dunn facing the railroad and will build a residence Tilt NEIGHBORING COUNTIES O N Johnson of Lutonia commit ted suicide by snooting John M Brock a prominent farmer of Laurel is dead aged OS The Harrodsburg City Council has passed an antlcxjwcloration ordinance E M Smfth has been appointed postmaster at Altamont laurel coun tyJames Morgan sent up from Boll for live years for false swearing has been paroledIn attempt at suicide Elijah Hardwick of Buckeye Garranl noun ty shot himself above the right car the ball going all the way through his hellllr citizens of Cumberland county have raised 1000 to bo olfcred as a reward for tho arrest of tho person or persons who murdered James Skinner near Burksville James W Hutchison of Broadhcad 1bought the controlling Interest in the Citizen Bank at Sharpsburg and ap pointed T E Adams of Lancaster as cashier The bank has a capital stock of 25000 The New Mason Hotel l RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky VTn SSU3AS3 PrsprUtsr- Elxulc lights In every room KtfurnUhO sn1 uaJtr tntlit New Miiugtmcal BJlb ivortti porter meets ill tnlnt TEMPLE HILL STOCK FORM I MajsSa Plr9 City LlaiU Hrrodsburg Kentucky nlll lyiirolil nsonl tti In ltd heal over OIK Imlf milt Inirk Hirinf with rw olh letter than Yksl inngduuhaw hun of Kfittinky niul Irncllim sire of Idgh ch1t- rondhorrasndlwuns I2 Cn lniinit llvliiK cult and goal UIl lit tlllllor ll Vltlll1 Itll I claim It UlntliiUntlntrivit of t lie own crior iiiHrixof Minvr mid IIIulIII III foiin Iles to limtl to llx te ofIst IIITIIUM II Is not fur m Iv txixot to kwn him and litvoil oat liniiilli hllnIII1 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dollar nod hU IIIIlP tiro xuro 10IIw uniit liroo l tnnrpi If tho o urn not wily not I alto luavb n goo0 Black Jack t6 atmul litI Ito Insure a living colt R P QOIIDARD KIDDS STORE Dr James Riffs and family of Er anger are with relatives Horace Bo hon of Louisville brought his trunk In last week and will renew old associations for n while Parties from the Wayne county oil fields have lately been inspecting such blue grass farms of this neighborhood as fancy figures will induce a change of ownership No sales are yet reported Ifaln dozen drummers and as many hucksters working our town at the same time Indicate as lively a stir In commercial fields as a glance over corn fields disclosed In agricultural lines tho farmers hustling to finish up the latest planting In many years Saturated with booze of the vilest brand a party of boys perpetrated a series of disorders some of which are classified under tho head of felonies and In consequence the irresponsible l malefactors have joined other Kentucky fugitives In the felons refugeIndiana By the way W S Taylor promptly brands as a fake the purported Inter view of tho professed Boyle county cxrcprcientative at San Francisco who declares knowledge of Gocbels as sassin and readiness to stand trial for complicity In any court outside of Kentucky W S knows It Is refreshing to our soapbox and nail keg philosophers that Uncle Sam uel professes a determination against being hold up by his partners In tariff squeezing and will obtain quotations of foreign manufacturers for such sup plies as are needed for the Panama canal A loud and prolonged howl by the infant industries 7 will arouse paren tal sympathy and indulgence is the con sensus of prediction and an average of nearly 100 per centum of extortion will continue go Said philosophers are much exercised over the reported strain ed relations between the Rockefellers father and eon concerning the Stan abut Oils business methods of swind ling consumers and tho bad odor at taching to such gains offered to char- Itable enterprises The incredulous doubt literal accuracy of John D Sen mars pastor In wailing that an unchar itable publics criticisms have aggra vated the old Irians Insomnia and threat ens a shortening of his days that have been long in shearing lambs Your renders derive some comfort in young Rockefellers abandonment of Sunday school work from tho announcement that Babbitt has invaded the religious field with piety and public prayers- MIDDLEBURG Rev Joshua Taylor preached at the M E church Sunday and Sunday night George licks and Miss Maud Freder ick were married Saturday afternoon at Liberty Leslie Frederick and Miss Ella Frederick were united in marriage at the home of the bride on Wednes day evening On Sunday they left for Illinois where they will make their future home Several of the people here attended the convention at Liberty Sunday Miss Sallio Martin of New Salem Is visiting relatives here Mrs Lucy Wesley and family were with relatiues at Yosem Ite Sunday Miss Mary BeBord of Bctli I Ridge is visiting friends here James Eason who has been at Hum side for the past two months Is at homo now Ed Martin of New Salem was here Sunday Spurlin Sharp and wife of Brush Creek were guests of relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Misses Lula and Nannie Adams are with their sister Mrs Brown at Lou isville Mrs Ettie Colemnn mother of tho writer left Sunday for Danville to visit her son Clarence She goes from there to Kansas City and Oklahoma where she will visit relatives and again view the scenes and haunts of the Western plains where she lived some 17 years ngd She goes via Cincinnati Indianapolis St Louis Topeka and Wichita Kas Just What Everyone Should Do Mr J T Harbor of Invlnvlllo GI always keeps a bottle of Chamber lains Coly Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand ready for Instant use Attacks of colic cholera morbits and dlarrhoeu como on so suddenly that there Is no tlmo to hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine Mr Harbor SII IIItl have tried Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is one of the best medicines I ever saw I keep a bottle of It In my room as I have had several attacks of cello and It ltgs proved to bo the best medicine I over used Sold by Lyno Bros i Crab Orchard Ky As a result of tho meeting of the Council of Ministers at Tsarskoe Selo it was decided to telegraph instructions to the Russian ambassadors at Washington and Paris to tho effect that Russia is desirous of ascertaining Japans terms of peace It is believed in diplomatic circles in WashingtonI that preliminary are way Roosevelt will act as the friendly channel of com munication NEWS NOTES Great damage by floods Is reported from various points In Wisconsin Berlah Wilkins editor and proprie tor of the Washington Post Is dead Chancellor von Buclow has been created a Prince by Emperor William Oscar Gustavson a Chicago painter was by mistake shot and killed thereby a friend Alleging that she was untrue to him Arthur Duffy laborerat New Orleans killed his wife destroyedby30000 fire loss An unidentified robber was shot and killed at Ruvenswood a Chicago su burb by a man whose store ho had en teredIt said that the Russian casualties in tho recent naval battlo were 11000 perished and lCOO captured while 3000 escapedIt expected that a strike of 50000 tailors in and about New York City will follow a demand for a reduction in working hours A J Cassatt president of the Penn sylvania Railroad Company has re EqultableThe Pennsylvania railroad broke all records for fast traveling between New Yorkand Chicago covering the distance of 837 miles in 17 hours King Alfonso of Spain began a long series of engagements in London with an elaborate reception of the diplomatic corps at Buckingham Palace Gen Linevitch in an interview in Manchuria declares himself in favor of tho continuance of the war with Japan and expresses the belief that he will be able to defeat the Mikados army in the nwct engagement The Board of Truatees of tho Unl varsity of Mississippi has refused an offer of 26000 for a library from An drew Carnegie with tho condition annexe that a like amount should be raised from other sources William J Bryan a trustee for the late Philip Sherman Bennett of Con necticut has sent Gov Bcckharn a check for 400 forthe Kentucky State College it being a part of the 10000 left by Mr Bennett to be given to col leges to bo invested in a prize fund Col Andrew Jackson of Nashville has sold the old Washington chair the most plzed relic of President Jackson to the Mount Vernon Association for 500 This chair was willed by Gen Jackson to his family physician Dr Craik and members of the Craik fam ily gave it to Col Jackson- A cow belonging to Mr A N Lyons of Mt Harmon became ill last Septem her and continued to just go down until the middle of May when she died says the Glasgow Republican A post mortem examination revealed the fact that she had about a quarter ofa pound of horseshoe nails In her stomach which had caused the trouble A dispatch says that the P J Potter State flank at Bowling Green organized 20 days ago has gone into liquidation Thu bank was formed as a result of the failure of the private bank of P J Potters Sons but lutd no connection with that institution The depositors will be paid in full The capital stock was 75000 half of which was paid in Attorney Lawrence Maxwell of Cin been retained by Arthur Goebel of Covington to appear with Attorney General lays and Attorney C J Bronston of Lexington on be half of the Commonwealth before Fed eral Judge Cochran in the matter of the attempted transfer of the case of Caleb Powers from the State courts to the United States district court Admiral Enquist will not be allowed to repair his ships at Manila The United States Government has decided that the cruisers must be interned They will be dismantled and In that condition will remain under guard at Manila until theend of the war It wits stated by officials at Washington that because of tho fact that the in juries to the ships were sustained in battle time could not bo allowed for repairs The mandamus suit of Henry B Noble to compel County Judgo Hargis to accept his bond as Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county was de cided in favor of Hargis at Jackson Judge Hargis announced his willingness to accept tho bonding company usI surety If the court was of the opinion that he had a right to do so after the office had been declared vacant The court ordered that the bond be accepted and Mr Noble qualified A Bad Scare Some day you will get a bad scare when you fool a pain In your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies int Dr Kings Now Life Pills azure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaranteed at G L Pen nys Stanford and Lyno Bras Crab Orchard drug stores only 25c Try them i w PREACHERSVILLE- Gardens oats meadows and pastures are suffering most egreglously for want of rain John Anderson gave a most delight ful bee tree cutting Tuesday evening which was enjoyed by all particularly presentThethe cavity of the tree and if those pres ent did not sweeten up it was their own fault J H Thompson bought some hogs of Robert Holtzclaw at Ole and solda bunch toW If Brown at same J P Rodgers and J B Hutchtns bought a Wilnesburgfor90 D F Thompson sold a bunch of fat hogs to W H Brown at 4Jc J P Rodgers sold a pair of mules to Dishon Bros for 5205 Richard Newland and sister Miss Nannie Newland of Stanford visited F F Cummins and wife Master Joe Franklin McClary of Rockcastle visit ed at the home of J M Cress Waller Pettus and wife F F Cummins wife and daughter Allio May W T B White and daughter Mrs James Livingston wore guests of Mrs Rebecca Pettus J P Rodgers intended com mencement at Berea Miss Myrtle Ra gan of Wllliamsburg is visiting her grandmother Mrs Ragan O E Law rence of Brodhead visited your corre spondentW Vaughan of Madison is with his friend S D Carpenter He travel ed with Robinsons show forlOseasons being exhibited as the Living Skele ton Your correspondent calledon Mr Vaughan whom ho found to a affable gentleman of very courteous manners He was born in Madison county in 1838 and was In good health until 18C3 while serving in the Union army under Col Tiros Z Morrow of Somerset when he was wounded in the hip since which time he has been weighing less than 50 pounds His limbs and body are no larger than a childs his arm above the elbow being no larger than the large joint of a mans thumb He liked show life well andwould now be with the show but is unable to walk or stand without assistance He is in hopes that he may be able to walk again and we truly hope that he may have the realization of his wish CHURCH MATTERS The Kentucky Sundayschool Asso ciation is holding its fourth annual State convention ut Somerset There will be communion services fat the Baptist church Sunday morning In the evening at 745 the pastor will preachon Lessons Drawn From the CommencementEld of Liberty was here yesterday returning from Brodhead where he and Eld J G LivI- ngston held an interesting meeting which resulted in 10 additions to the Christian church Tho Neander M Woods pastor of the Second Presbyterian church Louisville has accepted the chancellorship of the Southwestern Presbyterian University in Clarksville Term conditional on the Louisville Presbyterys concurrence in his decis ion French Valley Methodist church a new building just completed and lo cated near the Russell Springs was dedicated last Sunday the sermon be ing preached by Rev T L Rube of Monticello There was a debt of 100 on the building but that was soon made up and the debt cancelled Sunday after noon Adair News YoareTo agents for the Proof Hemp Binder Twine which is warranted to work on any wheat or corn binder It runs 50 feet longer to the pound than sisal or standard therefore a bale of 50 pounds will bind more than 1000 more bundles than a bale of 50 pounds of tho best standard the farmer ever used It is warranted absolutely insect proof water or moisture will not rot iti it is absolutely free from large or small places and is therefore much stronger than sisal or standard It will be to your advantage to use this twine E T Pence Co Found a Cure for Dyspepsia Mrs S Lindsay of Fort William Ontario Canada who has suffered quite a number of years from dyspep sia and great pains In tho stomach was advised by her druggist to take Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablet She did so and says I find that they have done me a great deal of goodtI have never had any suffering since I began using them II If troubled with dyspepsia or Indigestion why not ake these Tablets got wen and stay well For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky IA demented sde who wrote letters to Miss Alice Roosevelt was are rested by Secret Service officers at Bloomington III YOURE INVITED t To pay my Store a Icogthy call that you may inspect the many new upto date desirable good things I have so carefully bought for this seasons sell ing Come iu look examine compare and price You can buy if you like My goods are all for sale but you are welcome if you only lookand price fens suits in black thibets for dress wear fancy Cassimcres and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wearS5 to 810 Young mens suits in allsilesS3 to 8750 boys knee pants suits in al- lstylesS1 to 8350 The famous Best Shirt on earth for 50c Regent Best Shirt for S1 All America1 Shoes 350and St Also a complete line of Shoes Hats Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Good goods at small priest SAM ROBINSON i Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY 0 If your Binders or Mowers need any repairs let us have your order early as well have no expert to do gratuitous work this year Binder Twine on hand now Give us your work I W ISTANFORD IFor Sale by DR W N CRAIG Druggist Stanford Kyt I GIBBONS MAY 1MADETOPAINTBUILDINGSWITH kNE COMFORTSA- rc detracted from if the interior dec I orations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired effect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities are at your disposal WINDOW SHADES all tenet Miiln I4lrI uliloohlllllI I 1tlmDANVILLE KY Paint Point Paint For Metal Hoofing Observation u the best teacher I know that tho tinner has the lest chance to notice the condition and find out what U tho best Paint for Tin See mo if you have any roof to paint or let s me sell you the paint Roofing Guttering Filters Pump and Plumbing S H ALDRIDGE I t F The Interior Journale E C WALTONa rDEtlOCRATIC TICKET For Senator I R L HUBBLE For Repre ntatlTe J M ALNERSON For County Judge t R C WARREN l Attorneyr t Fpr Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR CIIer t JGEORGE B COOPER v IFor Atsecsor W A CARSON ForfupertotendentotFchoolaGARLAND i For Jailer l W I HERRIN A CHATTANOOGA man was fined 20 and costs for snoring in church the pastor appearing against him and tes 1 tifying that his sermons have been spoiled on several occasions by the snoring which was both loud and NI exasperating The preacher doesnt seem to be a follower of the meek and lowly Jesus who sorrowfully said to his disciples when they slept during tihistravail Could you not watch an And when the the third time he found them asleep again he said Sleep on now and take your rest If the Chattanooga preacher would learn more of the scriptures and could i i expound them more pleasingly and 7lucidly we opine that he would never be annoyed with snoring HADES broke loose in Wolfe county Sunday and as a result Andrew Wilson was killed Henry Freeman of Jackson witness in Hargis trial shot 13 times Harlan Dykes merchant t tandlumber dealer shot through the James Dykes brother of Har lan Dykes shot in breast and thigh I Lee Allen shot in the thigh John Allen merchant of Insko Ky shot in face and nnrj Letcher Davis shot in leg The engagement occurred at r a blind tiger picnic and was the cul mination of a feud How long oh Lord how long is the State to be dist rr graced with such occurrences THE Maryland Republicans are very much displeased over the selection r Charles J Bonaparte Secretary o t the Navy They say he is a Democrat but the Republican party Is full f ifIf of such Democrats He sometimes voted the Democratic ticket in th- t past but was always a kicker an never in sympathy with Gorman The Republicans can take him hide and all ENGLISH doctors recommend sittin on the front seat of an automobile and iriding at least 100 miles a day as a cure Persons afflicted with that terrible malady will however d think the remedy is like jumping from 4thefrying pan into the fire and will f think there is not much difference in dying with the fever and the ague l REV J F MILBANK pastor of the Episcopal church at Owensboro has de cided to retire from the pulpit and go on the stage We never heard of Mr Milbank before but will wager our last dollar that he is a sensationalist Truly converted Christian men do not desert the pulpit for the stage Tim Northern Indiana Baptist Asso elation in session at South Bend voted i down a resolution directed against theIcriticism of John D Rockefeller t course IfJohn D was as poor as the rest of us the association would have voted to kick him out bodily WHAT the democrats of Georgia will y do for Hoke Smith who wants to be f will be a plenty Georgia i tdemocrats dont need turncoats and do willtrl t A COUPLE in Page county Va have just married after a courtship of 16 years She is 68 and he 70 It willc never be known whether in thus erring their nuptials they missed more of bliss or blister NAN PATTERSON got such a cold re 8t ception when she appeared on the stage of a New York theatre that she threw e up her job and quit acting- POLITICAL r The Prohibitionists of Pendleton coun RepIIJohnM Moore was elected by a plurality ofover 5000 to succeed John M Pinckney asa member of Congress from Texas At a special election Thomas B Davis Democrat was elected to Con Lakin Republican from thegress over I Second West Virginia district Vice President Fairbanks was given 1 an ovation at Flint Mich where he f delivered an address atthe laying of r the cornerstone of the Federal building cLel j t 0 1Ltrux tiIi The President has appointed James- V Taylor to be postmaster at Lafol Iqtte Tenn Pete Browning probably the m93t famous ball player that Louisville ever produced was declared insane Conn Linn of Calloway county was nominated for State Senator by the Third district Democratic convention which met at Kuttawa According to official records in Wash ington there is no perceptible abate ment in the demand for the extension BeriicejTherenew service According to a Washington story Justice Harlan is said to have expressed a desire to resign from the suprem- bench and accept the Republican nom ination for Governor of Kentucky witt the intention of rounding out his career as Governor of his native State President Roosevelt has communi sated to Gov Douglas of Massachu setts his wish that no official reception be tendered him when he visits Bos ton to attend the Harvard commencement exercises The Presidents pur pose is to avoid the necessity of meeting Gen Miles Here and There Rev W C Judd died of smallpox in Knox county Josephs Chapel in Mercer will be dedicated Sunday R H Tomlinson has announced for Mayor of Lancaster Garrard Williams aged 10 had both legs cut off by the Belt Line at Middles boro The Kentucky Federation of Wnv ens Clubs is holding its annual session at Cynthiana Thomas McUin was shot and killed from ambush near his home at Mur freesboro Tenn Changes in the positions of the Japanese forces are said to indicate that battle is imminent Rev R R Noel will hold a IO da meeting at Cherrys Mission Brodhead commencing tonight The generally rabid Russian newspa pers have become much milder in tone and are now leaning toward peace The degree of doctor of laws was conferred on William J Bryan by the Illinois College at Jacksonville Ill Lody Thompson till recently an inmate of the Lexington Insane Asylum shot and killed himself near Clover portCharles McGinty a wife beater was given 20 lashes on the bare back under the new law just put in force in Oregon Calfwas the precipice of El Captain in Yo- Semite valley Peace in the Chicago strike seem- d farther away than ever and chances are that 8000 truck teamsters may be come involved The Edgar Connty National Bank at Paris ill was wrecked with dynamite smalgsafe was not harmed Five sweet girl graduates scaled th walls of the Louisville Girls Hig School and emblazoned their class numerals on the roof By raising 150000 Grant University of Chattanooga has complied with the condition by which D K Pearsons of Chicago will give 50000 OrdnerJ Delaney and Willie Jeffries small boys and inseparable compan ions were burned almost beyond recog nition on the bench at Atlantic City To Demonstrate his claim that electricity properly handled is not danger ous Prof Elihu Thompson of Lynn Mass allowed a half million volts to pass through his body Gen William J Palmer of Colorado Springs Col end Andrew Carnegie have donated respectively 100000 and 50000 as a nucleus to the 500000 en dowment fund Colorado College is rais ingThinking the purple costume of the honIorversity at Evanston stopped a cir cus performance and gave a show of their own till dispersed by the police- A an extraordinary sitting at Chris tiara the Starthing has declared the union between Norway and Sweden under one King dissolved and that Oscar has ceased to act as ruler Norway King Oscar will protest Police Judge A B Steele of Hyden refused to receive Moso B Feltner when the prisoner was brought to Hy den on a warrant charging him with robbery and said ho knew nothing about the warrant which purported to have been issued by him Whooping Cough In Jamaica Mi1 Illley Bennett a chemist of Browns Town Jamaica West India Islands writes I can not speak too highly of Chamberlains Cough Rein l1y It has IHOedltsolf t be the best remedy for whooping cough which Is prevalent on this end of the globe It has never failed to relieve In any case where I have recommended It and grateful mothers after using It are daily thanking mo for advising them This remedy Is for sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky- CARDS25 nicely printed visiting cards for 25c 50 for 35c or 100 for 50c This officer rr 1 MATRIMONIAL At Morphcnd James McGregor aged 85 and Mrs Emily Logan 75 were joined heart and hand Invitations have been received by friends here to the marriage of Miss Jean Yenning Dick to Mr William Moses Monks at Crab Orchard Springs at 9 A M June 21 At the handsome home of Mr and Mrs M Smith Baughman at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Miss Catherine Baughman and Mr Forest S McClary were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock The bride who is an exceedingly handsome and lovable young woman 1was beautiful in white crepe dcchine andewedding veil Her natural beauty show ed to its best advantage and it was the consensus of opinion that she was one of the prettiest brides that Stanford has seen in a long time The maid of honor Miss Sara Baughman sister of the bride wore white organdie and car ried pink flowers Mr Wallace W Withers of Lexington was Mr Mc Clarys best man Rev L M Omer performed the ceremony which was beautiful and impressive Miss Allie Huffman played the wedding march as only a few have the musical ability to do The home was tastily decorated with smilax and palms and the prevail ing colors were pink and white It was a pretty wedding in its every detail An elegant fivecourse breakfast was served after which Mr and Mrs Mrs McClary accompanied by Miss Mary Sleet of Midway and Jones Baughman of Hustonvillc drove to Danville and took the train for Cincin nati where they will spend a few days On their return they go to housekeeping in the McClary home on East Main Street Few if any more popular couples have married in Stanford in our recollection His gentlemanly bearing lcClaryIa CumYbusiness man and a gentleman in all the word implies Ills bride is a charming young woman handsome and cultivat ed beautiful of character and lovable of disposition That she will prove a helpmeet fond and true we have eve reason to believe and with Mr McCla ry a legion of friends we congratulate him on the jewel he has won The laxative effect of Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree able and so natural that you do not realize it is the sliest of a medicine For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orch ard Ky J S Murphy Sons Hedgcvillc Kentucky Invite you to liuurct t th lrettxk of Baalanti get their prior They wont n hnri of your pntronnw and will get It If goo Koodi ut low prllI what you want Hive them n ca- llMcKinney Woolen Mills KentuckyhMiinufnctiiDr of Jrnn LtiiMys Kliiinn Illnnkvt und Yurn your wool We IIlIoWIIlrthCull or wrtin for prlcv nml InTnrmatloii AgvnU wniitwl Are You Coming Mervril doors window ncrrvn mid crem Inn Hint Klitniw wleklra 011 klovr IllCurtain Hluiilcn IolfK Kxttnilon llrnck its Onrx ti tugs MuttliiK tortlcrrv Curtain cur ttMtrrteltrr Scrub IlriiKhe to rttnovD wnUr err from Sour liy InprlknrV1ndowHtnliu and KniiintU Picture Kriinicil Mouldlnio Mill OliiHi Boggles Now nml Old KurnlturH Como nod stet If you cnn name Komvtltlni we do not keep lood Liv cry Iknty of homes and bugglea and Rued Kxcellent umlertiiklnu equlpinent TlrlllJdOliPruitt BrothersMortlnndKy Natures Great Invention On de banks ob de Amazon far far Whar Dr Green eltt August JJoweratodldaYJ- Ab picked dOle flowers in August in ole Drarll- Au aldo 1ae a Yankee ah louga to be dar itllt Flower is the only medicine- 1rec from alcoholic stimulauts that has successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of In a normal and assisting natures separationnnd ab sorptionforbuilding and by AM or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and fect natural processes result in intes tinal catarrhal affections causing appeudcitisstoppage of the duct foods t nervous dyspepsia headache con and other complaints such M colic biliousness jaundice etc t August Flower is natures intended reg ulator Wet sic 750 All druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Store J P t if JJ I pie i I COMFORTABLE J tllll+ lllt + + tlltllllltl- Why not be comfortable when you can and youtcan be if you will let us dress you out in one of our TwoPiece Outing Suits in Light Colors Steel Greys or Serge Blues in Single or Double Breasts at r 5 750 1000 and 1250 v A Manss Urfit Low Shoe in Tans or Patent at 395 cheaper ones at 150 250300 and l 350 A genuine Panama Hat and a nice one too for 350 A Tan Black or White Belt 25 and 50c A Fountain Soft Shirt in White TansI and Blues 100 and 150 If you will allow usI I to dress you up in these you will have the satisfaction of knowing you are well and genteellyII dressed at a small outlay of Cash tH J MROBERTS STANFORD JAI Notice to The Public II We AiutlnoiHMif the Nnt hors htMulnl plnlnhoreahorlnRfnucyltore liiwllitf n1uaunable litter I utnkru apwclnlty of wagon and buggy work ryanti palming and run please you Uitn In nlldlrt I oak n thnrv your pn HtnlllrOltlFRUITS SHADE TREES ETCi Countwillcullouthafnrorranndclllarttl nrnininlnl andfdniletnc ThnNOrni 0 llrown IInlolo of Itochr N Y nre the ricognlzidlrnUrnln thUllnaln lets country All tock Hlnolutily true to mane and gunrnntnil b u rnli cnpltal of ovvr IIJUI till with Man acre under stand nurwry cultivation live him n trim Iie will IM In lUiyli Onrranl Mmllion anti Lincoln during the following few wwk SALE OF STOCKS AND IONDS The porionnl n prr cnlntlrr of J H lloli liiMindroiiiMHl will ut 111 r x on Motor tine July trout of tln court houw In IIul K Nll Itt public hurraof capital Nock ur ituukof Ijinruilcr shame of itock of fltlif n National hank ur lalleaatrf a5 Itnma or took of Mrrchantmnil Mrclmnlc Itiink of Coliiinliim it1Stian a f took of fourth lannlyNoter Wntrr Work Co- MM tN5VItoXtsarJ Kxtcutrlx JU UOHINXOK Kxrctitor but will serve under u LEAD Stm lee Roundl but express lye You walk with these dices not In them your tea- tcontra I VAmfhy dont control your loot thy ser under you I The pa ntUR FIT II holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes good enough to carry the URFITMade calf or kid or tf onulnti patent Russian colt with solid heats end uniform bull hldo oaktanned soler FOR SALE BT H J McROBERTS I I Experience Teaches IExperience t1s said keep dear schoolthe tuition comes lush but the lessons learned therein art never forgotten The wltc however arc wilting to profIt ty Hi experience of others When tho paluterman tells Mastic 011 that Mixed PaintThm Khttt That Lasts It mixed letter than ho ran mix paints by hand that t they see pure sure and durable that they give the beat Ipossible reunite In beauty and finish and will not crack tIpeel or chalk oil Ihnt Ihs roles tiptrltnct the lotion taught is buy Mastic Mlitd Paintsaru money Manufactured rrLXSLEEOAULRERT CO INCORPOfLlTED lOUISVILIi KENTUCKY t roil SALE BY IPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week Jkgtniiing on Monday next we will begin rt mho that will itartlo the na live ill prices and values Wo have too ninny goods and meet unload then und prices will leeno consideration They must go it it is necessary to glvo them away Look nt thc o prices Mens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out Coats 08c liens Sunilay mill Working Pants nt iSo Childrens Onsimorc Stilts nt 75c up Childrens Punts 15c up Mens and Boys Mats 15o up Hoys Caps 9c up Mens and Boys Shoes 08o up Ladies and Misses Shoea at75c tip hell Sunday Shirt with or with out collars 210- Supemters for Boys nml Men at 5c up Heavy Brown Cotton 4 Jo up J v4 Cnlicoec 4 Jo up Ladies and Misses Skirts 9o lNiceMens Socks 5o tip Lathes and Misses Cortets 18c up Bnby Shoes different colors lOu up Lot ol Neckties nt your own price Garden Seed nil kind two pack ngca forflc flnrhLadieft Belts 9c h Lead Pencils 5o lozcnI S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKYl W E Perkins Store nJ IB Headquarters for Fountain Shirts nt 81 to 8100 nothing better for the money Famous Shirts 60c Have no equal nt the price Onetein Ricos neckwear uptodate stuff Clenett it Feaboily0 Col lars nnd Cuffs They lead in quality and style WIE Perkins re JCrICy sT c7T y z Tr r k WHITE DOTTED SWISSES White Dotted Swisses are a desirable fabric for Summer wear because they launder beautifully and are especially adopted to the pre f vailing style of dress where a great deal of sheering and fullness is employed We have a range of PRICES from 15 to 45c PER YARD in the different size dots and EMBROIDERED ROSE and FIGURE DESIGNS New line of VAL and MECLAN LACES4 to trim Also NEW WHITE SILK GLOVES in Wrist and Elbow Lengths Same in Black SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY BTANKOII KY Jest fl 1110 i JUSTICI to youreclfand to phy sic Ian demands the best materials nn most careful service in preparing his prescriptions That Js way lire lira filled nt Pennys Drug I Store PERSONALS Mrs W Eo HubarU is dead in Casey- WAiTEliSiNGiBTON is clerking tor L R Jones MH J T CARKOS of Cincinnati win here Wednesday MisaKAtE UASTIK of Pittsburjr with relatives here MR GKOUOK B SAUKLKY WM In Frankfort this week MR W H BRADY is out after a so vere spell with boils Miss LRNA PAIMKR of Madison I with Mm A C Hill MR AtnrRT SKINSKK of Buena Vista was horeyestcrday- Diu AND loins 0 B FAUIH spen Wednesday In Lexington Miss JULIA HIGGINS of Richmond Is with Mrs W H HlKRlns MAStER MIIJKH MANirit of Nash J Ivine Is with relatives here Mm A T NUNNKUEY Is at homo from Texas for a short vacation MRS 0 P HUFFMAN and son Herbert arc visiting friends In Danville Miss NANCY WITIIBRSPOOM of Har rodsburg is with Miss Mary Hundley A BEAUTIFUL little daughter has ar rived at the home of Judge W A Trite liet CRAWFORD HUKSUNO is visiting rely t lives in Lincoln county Somerset Journal Miss IUUA SrniNKlE of the East End was this guest of Mrs F L Thompson REVS 0 M HUEY knd Gilbert Glass are attending the Sunday School Con vcntion at Somerset MISERS SUSIE AND ANNIE THOMPSON of ML Vernon are guests of MIse McClary and Baughman Q MISSES HELEN HARTIIILL of Louis title and Josephine Hayden of Paris are with Miss Mary McRobcrts MRS W P WALTON and children ol t Lexington will arrive Sunday to visil her father and sisters at Walnut Flat HARRY HltiGlNS is back from Baltimore to spend the vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs W H Higgins MILS IlBTTlE HAMILTON left yester tiny for Evansville Henderson and other points She will gonen month or so Miss PEARL COIUUR of Crab Orch ard was on Thursdays train returning from Georgetown College commence ment MK W C WHITB of Parksville attended tho Commencement exercises of Stanford Male Female Seminary j yesterday Miss IOLLY TRAYLOU returned toher thome in Lincoln county today after an visit to Mrs A S Robertson Advocate Mil AND MRS JOHN S BAURHMAN have issued Invitations to meet Mr anti Mrs Shelton Sixufley at 845 on the evening of Juno 14 Jt Miss FLORA tYSON who mado many friends during her stay here as a teach v per in tho Graded School left Wlo t day for Spartansburg S C nesl V lIlts G L PKNNY and Miss t Jean Penny went to Cincinnati ycsterI day The latter is taking violin at the conservatory of music MR J A of Perryvilic was on yesterdays Northbound pas senger returning from a visit to his son t who is working for the L N at Lily MRS J H TUCKER who has been at W the bedside of her daughterinlaw Mrs J A Tucker in Lexington was lon Wednesdays train returning home TUB republicans of Henry county gave lion H Kirby Rourno no opposl don for Representative Mr Bourne was given tho democratic nomination also without opposition WILLIAM ROUT Windy Bill of e the sights of Burnstdo was viewing Little Britian Monday Mr Rout has a lucrative position with the Burnsldo Burksville Transportation Co of tho former city Danville News Miss CLARA HAZARD of Jefferson ville lad will represent CampbellHa geiman College In the vocal contest at Waltons Opera House on Juno 23rd Miss Latitia Warren will represent Danville and Miss Marie Mahony Stan ford in the elocutionary contest on the same evening Miss Mary Franco will represent Flemingsburg in the elocu r tionary Miss KATIE Corm of Lancaster Is with Miss Lottio Corn f Mss DOILIE McRonKRTS who has been ill some time is convalescent MR CHARLES T BOIION of Lincoln has been looking around in the count several days for a 25000 or 3000 farm for a widowed sister Harrods burg herald- REv L M OMER Mr C E Tnt and wife nod Mr J S Hocker am Miss Margaret locker attended the an niversary services of Kentucky Univcr sity Lexington Missus R C NUNNELY nod Bailey Hill two prominent farmers of near Hustonville were in this county las week visiting the hitters uncle Mr H R Thurman Adair News MR T J NORTH of tho West End passed a most creditable examination at Lexington Monday and was granted license to practice law Ho was exam fined by Messrs J R Morton and D G Falconer LOCALS HOUSE for rent on East Main atrect Callon E T Pence Co AN extra good fresh Jersey milk cow for sale George D Wearen NICE home on Logan Avenue for sale Also a lot of furniture eta sirs J S Hundley MONEY TO LOAN 5tXX to loan or first mortgage on real estate Apply al this office WANTED to hire during the Summer a gentle horse Must be good driver This office MR WILL SEVERANCE will build a pretty cottage on the site of the Vial lace shop on West Main Till L willrun another 150 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Stanford depot at 5 PLEASE call at my office and pay your bill If I should not IK there pay Dr Pennington R A Jones D D S WI have just received a shipment of nejv mattings also a fine assortment of- rugs druggets etc Tribble Pence THOSE indebted Joy Bright Jr Co are requested to settle their ac counts with me at once J B Paxton 235 roll tho round trip from Stan ford via the L N on account of tho United Confederate Veterans reunion at Louisville Juno 1416 05 KEEP in mind tho Elocutionary and Vucui Contest at Waltons Opera I louse June 23 Write Manager E H Bcaz Icy Stanford for full particulars Till marriage ofMiss Chloe Baugh man to Mr Shelton M Sauflcy will oc cur at the Christian church at 830 Wed nesday evening next and a general in vitation is extended TilE fifth annual meeting of the Ken tucky County Attorneys Association will be hold at Crab Orchard on the 11th 12th and 13th of July lion Harvey Helm at this place is a member of the social committee and will occupy a con spicuous place on tho program HILL WINS T J Hill won the sheriffs contest court of appeals de cided that George W DcBords notice qf contest was filed too late W P W read a telegram received nt this ofllco at 130 Tuesday afternoon Our people are too well acquainted with the mss to make cbmment necessary Now let us all get together and not only elect Mr Hill but the rest of the splen did democratic ticket which appears on our second page A stamp in the circln under tho rooster means a vole tor all bo sure you put your stamp there ALtiitlGitT Mr James II Albright lied at his home nt Hrodhcnd Tuesday aged 53 Ho had been in feeble health for some months and his death was not incxpeclod Ho is survived by a wife who WaS a Miss Coulter of Casey coui ty anti two sons Manly C and Embry Albright lie was n strict member of tho Baptist church an honorable up fight man and a good citizen in every vay Ho will bo sadly missed in the ommunity ho has lived so long and where ho had tho confidence orall lev 0 M Hucy preached his funeral sermon at tho late homo Wednesday norning after which the remains were taken to lice Lick and laid to rest Friends hero deeply sympathize with the family of the deceased in their ir reparable loss SOMETHING new In rockers Tribbli Pence BEST selection of M Glass and Sol- Id Silver flatware at W H Muellers AFTER several dayofoppressively hot weather a delightful change came Wednesday evening and it Is now cool but dry- PLANTS50000sweet potato plants for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen and Burmudn 15c per hundred W S Wlgham Moreland COAL Falls Branch from J R Wooldridge and SemiCannel from the East Tennesse Coal Co at 12ic per bushel delivered J H Baughman Co WANTEDA good house carpenter by day or contract to build dwelling barn and outbuildings on farm near Stanford Address W L McCarty Kingsville Ky WE will open a dressmaking estab lishment in the Old Nunnelley Brick on Lancaster Street Monday June 5th and solicit a share of your patronage Mrs Henry Holdorman and Miss Susie Cooley READ THIS From June 12th to July 1st we offer our entire stock of merchandise except goods sold in ours and lOc department at 20 per cent off the regular price worth of goods now costs you but SO cents Can you afford to miss this sale 7 This is a spot cash sale and lasts from June 12th to July 1st John P Jones TUB first session of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary under the prin cipalshlp of Dr Oscar B Fallis ter minated with the formal commence ment exercises at Waltons Opera House yesterday The entire program including the weather was greatlen joyed by the immense audience present After an invocation by Rev P J Ross and the rendition of suitable selections of music the Rev A S MofTett D D of Lebanon delivered the address to the graduating class his subject be ing Individual Influence Thedoctor who long resided here is a great favor Itewithour people and his address like nil of his utterances was an intel lectual feast Mr John J McRobcrts chairman of the board of trustees af ter appropriate and timely remarks delivered the diplomas to the graduat ing class composed of the following young ladies Misses Virginia Bourne Clara B Cooper Mary E Dudderar Alma S Hays Mary W Higgins Mn ry McRoberts Myrtle and Roberta 0 Bannon Lena B Reynolds and Katie W Waters The young ladies were looking their prettiest and after the exercises were almost hidden from view by the floral gifts and others of n more sub stantial nature which were laid in front of them The community is to be con gratulated on the fact that the trustees have secured for another the sere rices of such an excellent educator as- Dr Fallis A VERY pleasing entertainment InI Iced was that given in the chapelof the Stanford Male Female Seminary Tuesday evening The large crowd present enjoyed each number as was evidenced by the liberal applause The following program was rendered Rose- Bud Mazurka Miss Efiie Baughman Tho First Ride Misses Ella Eichenber ger and ClaraFallis Reading Vaca lion Master James Owsley Polka Miss Winnie Davis Bibb SongA- Trip to Poppy Land Miss Clara Fal lis Chiming Bells Misses Lanier and Vcst Dlnlogue The Dead Bird Misses Woodson and Craig Joys of Life olka Miss Margaret Bibb Song Bunny Rabbit White Miss Winnie Davis Bibb Lilly of The Valley Miss Elizabeth Higgins Reading Beyond liss Minnie Woodson Sonatina Miss Mara Fallis March Under The Double Jagle Master Harry Eichenberger rand Mothers Tea Five Little Girls In Italy Miss Margaret Hocker Read ngA Fearful Fright Miss Emma lays The Waysido Rose Miss Peachie Jaughman The Dancing Spirits Miss Mattie May Carter Waltz Master Francis Weatherford Reading II Ballad of The Oysterman Miss Margaret locker Premiere Saltarelln Master Francis Weatherford and Miss Susia Frye Waltz in A tint Miss Ruth TanI icr Spinning Song of The Lorelei Miss Lena Reynolds German Song filII der Heimat 1st es Sceoen German ClaSs Valse Styrienne Miss Susie ryeS t ax t 4FouR ACRE pasture for rent Mist Nancy VanDever FOR substantial wedding presents cal on Tribble Pence SEVERAL handedbuggies for sale cheap B D Carter MONEY to loan on blue Stanrordj Mrs Louisa Spelgle LUST Cappa Sigma pin design Cres cent and Star Name engraved on back Reward if left at this office MONDAY next county court day would be an excellent time for you to settle your account at this office TilE children of the Turn rse vllle Sunday School will have charge of the services Sunday evening commencing at 730 Till Hustonville bas ball team will cross bats with a picked Boyle county team at the West End capital at 230 Saturday afternoon UNLFsS sold before I will sell on court day a fresh Jersey cow and calf She is without a fault and a mortal good one H J McRoberts TilE Flowers Academy of Speech and Dramatic Arts of Cincinnati offers a Scholarship worth 75 to the winner of the Elocutionary Contest here on the evening of June 23rd FOR RENT Home on Logan Avenue vacated by S R Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and a most desirable honte in every way For further particulars see Dr J F Pey ton To PRINTERS The St Journal has many fonts of type a Cottrell press large enough to print this paper a cut ter several stones one 45 by 63 inches and many other things useful to a printI- ng office for sale cheap Address W P Walton Frankfort if this interests youLANCASTERThe stockholders of the fair association met Tuesday and de cided to have a two days meeting the dates being July 13 and 14 While working in his garden Rev F M Tinder hurt his back and suffered much pain Mesdames P M W B and Harvey J McRoberts of Stanford attended the garden party given by Mrs R E McRoberts Record I WILL sell on next county court day Juno 12th in front of the court house my house and lot formerly owned by W 11 Higgins on Main Street Stan ford Ky between the hours of 10 and 11 oclock Wilt first sell the 50ft va cant lot next to Mr W P Tate and then 52 feet with house on it 10 feet for a mutual passway reservingI will sell as a whole taking bid The whole lot is 112 feet 350 feet deep J W Hayden Paris Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSKS ft CLASSSOII True JUNCTION CITV KY rmt 0lnfs Turnout Kmtocablt Rates Special Attcatlon to TruTfllng Men Drain end flay For sale PUBLIC SALE I Of AUKinncy Ky Flouring Mill and a Lot of Personalty AmiilMiliilktnitrlxnmltol liclr olthe w Into of James II hlnll dII will uaTIEMhAY JUNK Yttlta- Sin tin Inml nt MfKtmifv Lincoln Ioutitv Tw offer lit public outcry to the lilKlicHt header thru nrtlcUR of HTK nnltv owlti One iloulilt Mutetl lIrrllllllllI good foiulltlnn buggy of loulili ellrrllll liuriHtn mill Mile one how WIIKOII fwd linrntti nt of plow iiiiir iHitnof shtglehuraesft lot of furmliiKlni ilciiuMt l milk row comlilm horse six ronr olilTvoiinK liotK u lot of IIInhold- IKMII roans In totxl onlcr u lot of ciirH n eross rut lml of outv Itntw1011 tmiknml that vnlimlil iirojxT t fh MiKlniwy KJour Mills nml ih hltIIIIIIII premlHR iiclJmtMit The mill U iVillMliiliMHiluinl lit god order hint n inrrilriipnclty of Hour mul uu hnrhels or inill tiny itml him nMotiiKi III UII of bushels of wheal nlko VIIIHICIOIH Porn tutu sndcrlbsnugonseslc h oxTiiti l from duce roll plus mul lei boo o nil under rwft never III nil III of wider Ih null lot lho mill lt within linlfwt of tint l Hull sty mul In IOIIIK ctcil with It by private ng McKlrmrylthertennt market to u iiruo whiMtt and torii priKlurlnt territory vhlihnlMi offerv n large rii tom nrlmllni The 11111111 rout hllIIIIu connecteil with the mill bin proved very urotltiihle No rouble to market nil product of the mill Iho roNldiMiro Is it twn tory building or iievoii rousts with nil convenient out The iHTtonnlty will U old on n redlt of three months on note with go x ivctirlty iHnrlng Interest trout dote Thu premises for onethlrd cosh re iinlnUer linlr IZnml mouths on notes tltb good Mvcurlty beiirlng IntervHt from lute in bunk Title perfect obigetnt1eoeloekAMJxnNIE McKlnney Ky i e Our Summer Suits Are comfortable and stylish just the kind for this warm weather Worsteds lCrashes Many of the pretty new greys We would like to show you how comfort ably we can clothe you and for how little money CUFIf1 INS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To The Buying Public We have bought out the stock of Grocer ies Hardware Queensware Etc of John Bright Jr Co and now are in charge of shareLofow square courteous treatment Try us on an order and we will endeavor to make you call again PoG WARNER SON Terms Strictly Cash THEUtlEABLEtt JTtLMALIABLE This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have theY best the market affords jOSOROB H FARRIS a COt IStanford Kentucky W B McRoberts IDRUGGIST Sells Ivurfccs Heady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer r i jkIJrI The Interior Journal i EntrtHn lIlt POll Office at Statford at uconddau naUe- rptflLtMIKI TUBSUAYH AND FHIDAVI ATr WOOPER YEAR CASH rrWhen not no paid 1200 will be charged UMBRELLAS Recorered sid repaired and made almoi aa good at new for a amount I can your umbrella better then the tramp repairer and for lest money dire me a trial FRANK ATKIRS Stanford f For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land sItuated jut outttde of town llmlta on the Bomerae pike Uoue has 1 rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant to the yard and one for stock 3 P IlMLY INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlmlMlorllllUf nnd Accident NOlie and J5EST Compnnlcs Itcprvsvntvd slllo Rntet IMylngilteo ordUnequnllvtl Tall with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky llesldonco Ihoiu Xo 82 R A JONES Dentist5- TANFOADKENTUCKY Office iu lycra House Parlor Phone Xo 1 J H IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STflBLE Stanford KvIOood Livery Service at Call on ns on Depot Street Alio Dealers in Coal E D Peyton DEALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg p etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Oarter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission i tpck Pens In Connection WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Tho IjitiMt In Jewelry Hller OutOlnts Watches imd Clock I- nPEYTON Htook My lino Jack IVyton slxyconold will liuiko the present neuson of IWCnt my Rtnhlo at Morelnnd to Insuro u living colt Peytons OItRlr Iarg o und Iliu und I sold lait yeurH crop of colt at round Four of hu colt are oirmy turin which will apcnk for thiimwlve nnd can Iw seen nt any tluiP I wilt IIM at the name place ttiiud my IlIIotiIInumb rof mnr nt J3toln uron Money duo when colt Is fouled or mure J traded or inirted wltb Not responttiIu for accident or escape It H KINO Moreland Ky HUSH HONY DONT GRY I inn still nsent for Tile Victor Talking Machllie Thu Victor H i rfect that It h often inljtnken for the human voice It U provlni n neverrailing nourco of dellRht to I hIOUllIItU dlAUllllOllltlllllIt to none To nil lovers of Rood mtHlc Victor U Innplnitlon no matter how much entertain ment thero s nt homo This Victor In nlwuyi welcome You can lit nil time listen to bund orchestra rfiii lniitrumentiilmu IP Ac tlmt thOU lIl1d8 of iieopli Hock to hear In crowded resortn there U no limit to tile variety of wlectloiin Thl inatchloit InstriinuMit will fIlto to you CUll J Inter est you nil nod neo mimpli machlno IIml hear Itlli fil hlhltloll lit my idorc N WCor IKMWt ThOM C 1IAII- Htnnford Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready wade clothing when there is so little difference In hu price ol high grade ready made suits and a suit made lo out measure taken by an ex perleoced tailor I have a handsome line of t goods I can make from a low price business suit to tbe floest dreu suit Also Spring overcoats and trou Ire The cnmpauy I represent Is ono of the beat I also bave a line goods I make up m754If for those who prefer it C RUPLEY the Tailor Valuable Troperty For Sale Ten acre ot land a two tory front 7Iroom cottage The house II new A iplen dld garden and orchard There is a large Billon a good cuber and the dam li In good repair and tbe natural pow er li great economy In running the mill Does a business Everything It In food repair and hat all necessary outbulld Jag The ownera only reason for telling Ji the ruth of other business at he has ext teailre farming inwretw to look after Tkta property U on tbe Hanging Fork about fk UM tram Stanford and usa be bought at a bargain For further particulars adr Icu load LytU or L K Hughes Stanford Ky Olott rrwr Hiiro your oils cot tritteU by T P GROS Inn hlrsl1Io Ky thw wellknown as tnitor of horses anti t lioret doctor Hntlt faction guaranteed CaJl Tratjlor DIALER IB WHISK Brandy WInos Beer Gluars Etc Oarpintir to OupotSTANFOaD KYI belINERVOOSDE8IUJy1 PIItltaljmatal NmsCurrntta PrstrUa slieplsssnss nc1olbulroobIc1ne awlIkIrlrIee ld WIth e IU rante to rmtil Itnotenre or bnncpi perreK HCOICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u LA FOB SALE AT PEMKTB DPUQ STORE POSTED We Whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbcch lirrt Fred VonOruenlRanAlbert VonOrucnlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Uaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes I Miss Mattle II hewn K Kelchenbach Charles Oummlni Jos Ballnu A 0 Dunn S M llolmei W E Anion W B Daugherty M J Hoffman M D Flmore Peter W garter J Nevln Carter J K Bruce w F Shomsker Thomas Ferrlll Oren Ferrlll FJ Oonn John Oamenltcb Sam Trowbrldge A D Root CordIeriJI l Beazley Co Undertakers nUll EmbalmI era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ee te Undertaker JSrubalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery lW- STANFORD t KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 nome Ihone33 A WELLKNOWN Young Lady Experience at a Popular WateringPlace A very protlyntil popular young Imly Wi rxi t1 jh ri went a ccrtnln WViflin il e t IIUT niil III Hio a vi to tiiv ruailuii gtVtJ her frlftU WIIIIQ vnltililn iidvUe Tlio ry lr y rhtI Of curf I met n ri t 11 rUMllt JMO In ami luulll ilft lint yju kiov girls tiio 1 uI ljy titter I arrlvcil I was olltI ttt YII fo 1IJ SIlhIflIrJlt8i list I muiil not nttoisil the ball tlmt vKlnt ry rruis nni anil face were irl aj kaj tLjt I could iver r vei Ky lusna I tried hardlIrI rl rovers llons vLlh w i t nvrlvul nu cjiefit n luly lu to iitt room to mo save mo It jTvitiratSon Ciut Is rltliont dmiut the rrciiuvt riaiity I ever raw fur Sun Jiarsi I vus iat ony cool nnl sooth Jrs Lt tirtnl ny 1ljuilo In IMS than tvriirfoir Lourn This rvnutly plrls liiJtiredyou uiui t never pj away for the mini mer without carrylnc nhottle of 1ara IlIrlIIUIt1till not only for Sunburn hut for Iosqtilto Bites Sore Fcot Sore Mus deli nml many other little ailments Incidental to a summer trip So be wise now nnd curry a bottle of Para awaythisLaracunipli In 25c We nnd f100 bottles FOB BAIX BY W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT T u r Odd Bits Of Information A single Greenland whale is worth more than 13000 The Christian Sabbath is a legal rest day in Japan King Edward has appointed King Alfonso a General in the British army In Bangkok you travel from the steamer to the hotel on the back of at elephantThe of Russia has given the Creek Orthodox Christians of Boston 2000 toward erecting a place of wor ship Japans specie reserve stood at 225 000000 American gold value on Jan uary 1 1905 after 11 months of costly warIt is claimed the moisture of Irish climate is good for tobacco culture and that there is plenty of tho right kind or soil in the Emerald Isle Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati has organized a choir of priests to render Gregorian music at the funera archdiocesej outlying special to en joy the spring flowers and foliage The French Government intends to make experiments in its Congo colony in the cultivation of a vild coffee trot discovered by the explorer M Chevalier The town of Sulphur in Indian Ter fitory consisting of 270 wooden and stone buildings is to be moved to an other location and bids are wanted foi the job FARMERS DEPARTMENT H C Bottom bought 40 cattle ir this county 2 to 3i cent Adair News- I have and will have some good young work mules and business horse for sale Josiah Bishop Huston viUe KySItimesthem being mares Harrodsburg Her aidMy bull Bob Quis stands at 150 cash with return privileges Unless cash accompanies order no service wil be rendered John IB Camcnisch StanfordSPierce Coffey of Wayne county har a cow that has produced four calves during the last year In May of 1D04 she had twins and ih April 1905 it wo twins ISrECIA Ro D Tmr EXCURSIONS ON THE C OAsbury Park N JI National Educational Association Tickets on sale June 29th 30th July 1st 2nd limited to July 10th Rate 2180 Tickets may be extended to August 31st- Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Convention Tickets on sale July 2nd 3rd 4th with limit of July 15th Rate 16 Tickets may be extended to August 31stIOld Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14th limit 15 days Rate 12 Atlantic City N J Summer Excur sion Tickets on sale Aug 3rd limited to Aug 14th Rate 14 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Ex cursion Aug 12th limited 15 days Rate 12 For full information regarding above special rajcs call on or address G W Barney Division Passenger Agent Lex- Ington Ky Huge Task- It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad ease of kidney ill sense as that of C P Collier of Iherbkeo la but Klectrlc Bitters did it He writes My kidneys wero so far gone Icogjjlnpt sit pn u dialr without a cushion anti suffered from dreadful backache headache and tit iresslon Jn Electric Bitters howev er I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recom metal this greatktonlc medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by Q L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists Price SOc Landlady Mr Starboarder is no longer one of the guests at my table FriendWhy did he leave LandladyAt my request I asked him to say grace the other day and He saiddO Lord wo need Thy help to make us thankful for what we are about to receivel Cleveland Lead or No Secret About It4 It Is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Fyes Bolls etc nothing Is so effective OB Buck lens Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure n bad sore I had and it Is all 0 K for sore eyes write D L Gregory of Hope Texas 2a at G L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Jros Crab Orchard drug stores Dr J W Stagg a Presbyterian min Ister of Birmingham In an address to the Literary Society of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute declared that Booker Washingtons conception of education for the negro is a piece of hum buggery and that the negro is so inferior that no education can help him 0 Gen HV Boynton was buried in Arlington cemetery with military honors I r I Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are the dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1955 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 19a days Hustonvillc July 263 days Madisonvillc August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August llit days Shcpherdsvllle August 154 days Lawrenceburg August 14 days Vanceburg August 164 days Brodhead Aug 163 days Guthrie August 173 days Shelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 294 days Florence August 304 days Etizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 186 days Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Owcnsboro October 105 days Dying of Famine Is In lu torments like dying of eon sumption The progress of consump tion from tho beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When 1 had consump tion in its first stage writes Win 4yers of Ccarfoss Md after try Ing dilTcrunt medicines and n good doctor lu vain I at last took Dr qUIIkb1andlief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positive JuaronteNllnta rll drug mutores Prico Mo anti Jl a bottle Trial bottle free INABOTM JR Nulx tli Jr n Ixitutllul dark Imjr with hcuvy iniiiif lid tall with KIIl1 Ixilii1 jilcmy of ityli ami IlilUh nml lint vxtrcuie lilxli IIP tlou and If worked would WIIII fut at ol l NnlM tIi his sin lie Is ovvr 18 ImncU 11g- bwtIls ca iMWiitlsniMl only ivyrnrioltlthtt hoIIisviigrlurocKliiln jiai the ilnni nf Norliilni yearling hIjilrtliliimntlmrouitlilin He will iunk witMiti my nhhllI Stanford l the low Prlt or 1i2il lu Insure n 1IInll- Ilolt Money duo wlimrolt U foaled ur iitttrv with Mitn traded or niitul from count v forfeit the Iniininrv and tin il Iicti rItiliiWt Oil coils ulltil Ic NII- IISIIIth tq eiIiend liy tilts lwst lioreciiei to tut tho Ixtt horiH In Kentucky to lintel to forhluholiiM htirnett liore tfcw Mm R forw yon lirt1i J It IIKA7IKY Htnnford Ky Public Sale O- NWednesday f June 2J AtluoVlockA x nt t lie rrIdeneu 677 ACRES MORAN FARM On Silver Creak Jfadhca County Seatteij This flllm to WIII Whit stou nllll IIlit miss Wlrl Yeftrhiig inhy wntrvl with xiid iind FlIt iiltg IIor nil hi grass iciit ulxiut KDiiervt Hltiiiitiil tit tln t bit of tin Itlchnloiid iinil fIIIIIIr mid MltirtrbivTiirntilkra runnlilK Inrk to vcr rntk iilHitit SC11i mile from mel niond K v It U occupied h two Jttory brick reid diiicf x tell ut hilUtfsniHt witter mill to which utinni inny U iittnclied nlui thrw liirui hart TtUliHd for utiMk or tolNicco It all videit hv Intldo fence Into Held con venient for rtiltlmtlon tinU unulnu utink nnd tNt Fit loin one lirlrk ru on the iJinciKter flit lit irove TIlt otlllrOIIl of till lieat brick In Mii ll on county hlIutlfuUyIIUllttll on n tIilflUI hut us enil nonets tOliIiI n ilg II ro nii and nil llvlnit convenience two lhhrnIII1IIIIIIIIIMllr outbulldlliKii the jrnnl lull of linde tree wltliorclinril tidutiec lit TIn K plenty of tlmluT nil over jut pliice Thnfiirnt Uonehiilf mllofronl HIP vllluife of silver Treek Oil the AX Itnllroud mid nlMitit two mile from Klrktvlllo nt bOth pliuon which there lire nchoolt lid lost nlllcc nnd nt Klrkivlllt threo churchet There ln mill on the fiirm Till Is one of the IMRI fnrm In tho HluelrAtcoilntrynnd It in tho renter of one of till IKHI lid SIlIMIrIaNWI from tiotli wKliil nnd com merclitl eti ltd 1I This farm will leo ofTer ltl lit niilillciiiictlon without n ervt to the highest Milder following loh LOT NO I II lien1 more or less j roiitiilnlnu house lIlrU8 Mllver reeknlllllllllllIIllIll1ll1r1I11l1 n county rond run lilt from tho MIII Irovo nnd Klrknvlllf pike to tho Itlchiiiond nnd Ijiiirniter jilke near till vllliiuo of Hllvertnvk LOT NO 2 JIIIIIt mom or Ices on Ixitli chle of tlc MIII Iron nnd Klrkvlll turnpike nnd on tilt North iHinkof Hllver Jreek rontiilnlni thn InrKO lirlck reldenretwo tents nt liotiMM lNirntorchnnlitc All In llliielni ioxcept iiliout SBUicro ctiltlviitlon LOT NO 3 JlSiicren inter or lues nt tlu Innctlon of l II Irovo ii lid IClulimond Him fie lien tT 111011111111111111ho IullIl twotsnnnt hoiim1 grass iept nlNiut TSncret LOTNO4- I I III IlIret moro or lest t on the MIII Drnvn pike ncnw from No dud No a nit In niendow The nliovo descrllxd tutu will lir offered eiuirntely Then lots Noiiind No WKlittered together Then lot No S Nil ntid No4 loud lir wholennd tliontTorliiKhrliiiliiK tin incut money will lie twin ml it Mile 1onMKiloii Klvon to purilnnher Jo ii tin ry his ii lid Koiiornl roe iit3 of con eyiI lice iniiilu nt Unit t hue iixnt complin nco with tho terniN of tho mile TKUMI Onethlrrt of piirchn money cushi Jnn licti till laIii lieu In tquiii In ono nnd two IlIr from Jnn IlrulIIlnrlIuhiKnrlntffl irt t sit Interent troll n lien to Ix rlllI lieuI In tho deeds to HOctlni tho unpiild iircluiMi money Tho iievernl ltte xuhject to survey to nicer till II sttutd qua itt Ity for flirt her InnrlllllI thou titiresewe ShlokelfordAetnioliinond Ky Twrri Wry Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KytNo aria 37 tent t mIte Irom BUB font Hound fourjooJ room luck porch anti I vtrtndt Hood turn aol other bulMlnft la oo4 rtptlr OutloilxOiIdi wtllhncoi t tcrtt In ont acre In fruit trees rest la trut Ilouihlttcwiniitlttloptrtttltti btrgiln soil rio ht told it art rhurth Price P4 pit ten land adjoining told fur tW soil IU Tba bal la No M aiJdir tol cost sect tlmlr ilnil loft la IVrrr couairi K y on Steps Vint Crkatributary of tht North o Ktmucky rlw tour ftl of co1 ttrjlnfln thUkneM Irom SH Ini to tlx rest litter to lot nioulh ol tboTtcr k A rtlliotj ItturTtjeil within thlM miles of uit propfly Tbl timber consul ot otktte TIt ptrtol Will sell or tichttt on easy ttrtut- Ho SA ulre twoitorjr eight room rains dwelling la tJUBford lisa to hallllood rust with concrtU floor poIjarIn OICro tibin on place whtch tents for It pr nontb The dwelllnl tents for til per month This prop erty It la good rptlr and ran be bomht for IJloo No 43Farul I1S sen ndldblur TtM hal In Llnroln county Two story room stuns rtl Jtor attaint houses baru teen for ottr 200 heal ol tok soil ill other oKr outbulldlnp ill In good reI4ir ClOM to church tchaol p9tU lflr rtllrotd tail In mad neighborhood tcrrt In cultlrttlon flit In ira and tlmDrr etc This It in dl aiuntry bout u all rooTtnltnt on plwtj calve ltc Well wtlerad with otTer Uulnj pring Ste Irlte rr oniblt o IUO tcret of Imd one ullt from SomtrMt KjrrutlntTtnB di Fortjacrai In cultlT tlon pulurti btltnr In IhI1 leg rontitnt Mien roumt Ltrn barn and all Dec essary outboilding Ftncrttnd blltldlnlttlntrlu dlt Well wttenJ lrtri tiKxi No sIGO acre of land In Fort county EllI tit muss ruin nllrotj and t tnllet ruin Arttnut river biscuiT acretoflind It river lolioru It flntcl1sa ad in grass This hand It lor or oictuntNt Alarm Of JMatret In Lincoln county Three good veiling 3 loud bum no1 other out building Neb hoiu Urn tic tbnul tht renter of ttrrt All oa county raid fi front church Khaol ind potlofflre IITII well tad will wttered This It a good farm sail would suit two or thre ftmlllt that IliMant to tout Irora thetamt neighborhood trlc reuontbl- So 8J TwOliorr fram dallla of ill roam two balls raDda te well l door ind all otner oar ontbulltltnct AIM Urn bltckiiulih loop GOiM ind thrill length of thop and 10I reel wUt Tills irwperiy will Ie wld a low N ptiro A ftrm ol IM acm four utile front KUn ford on but pttt In the county well watered dwelling fronts pike all mexnnr oulbulldlnii A iplendM Muc gram farm ant only- O9mlnutrsdrliCmhflVOitOiyNit UDIff bnt firm lJolnln this his rrrtntly rtlutrd 11 r tew WtoffrUUtllttW Ho U Fifty ezes nest rtrattnt IVtlnl Ky Frtrne noose rooiut stilt Kara and other outbuilding acne In cultivation tnt In tim bit Well watered Wyard front potlofflcw tcttnol aol church lays well on p1k ant In good luiinllr IrlrvttM- Mo liISO acre t tall of Cn Urchtrd Ky llrlckdwelllegl rouuit two tentat houtet two bern well ml spring nest dwelling arm In high 1I1e of cultivation left use bottom Istil tenvln5 frail sir lric 3750 an acro ftlr1JIIlilea tcietoUnJon Jamettnwn tti twith DunnvHle too acres In ciiMviumi sheet t acres 01I Umber tat reul In gratl A Lure new trims J a 1Ion olJ J eillne on place A stew tarn IIIruoJo 10000 Icr t cotton There It no tuiieo ol country which oppoctunluct for jroftublt Investment at MlnlnlI ilpM Delta ohkh It now Shy kicflbtj Tht UmtcrIs t llllrochjtet of llrnter lanjt In the South hen the llta ber It removed the IAnJ It une uatej for agricultu ral purpose It will product a lists of cotton to the tcrt or will grow other klnj of crop ralwd In the temperate tone Tht toll neelt no fentllten aol rivet a yleU whlchcannot exelleJ ta et sic low the title It perfect and tht nan whobuyt Delta farm and timber lanlt al pretent ptlcet It makiny an In vtttment that he will never regret This land II di vided Into Iractt ranting Iron 40 attn la the tract to ITXW acres to Iht Start and prtcetfromla peracit to Si6 per acre accordIng to racaUon etc We art authorlted by the company who owns thtM tandt to stile that at other ptrtlet art contldrring the purchase of thet lands thai wt offer thex tracts tub t to prior talt withdrawal roe market or chimp In prlct wlthonl notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of naiket long enough for the purchaser to make an Invettlgallon Aboutt nxwo acret of this land hat been told by the n tlnct wt received this option Por further IcuUrt call stout office rINo MA farm of 1M acre In Ctaey county On ind onthtlf itory dwelling with tit 031 barn and other outbulldlugt MUty roomIcultivation 43 un In tlmWr fruit tue LtTt well on county reid dote to Khoolttc rIco iilyfna Alto a 80 barrel mill In Mercer ICyon Salt River Steam power cOUDlYj In every particular aria log with Improvements andO acrm land chose to Southern railroad Price 10 000 NOIJ 90H acul of lind our Crab Orchard chrap You should tee us out Paperhangingfrom three and can wall than you oa 7 tetyusworkhn kltcbn sod lmUm UuoiI barn mull a rT oUlbulhllall Piece well fenc d and In snot HOUM alone coil tAU sail It tileboIto 54Esrm 0111 ufflln Casey county To ti- story fURlI dUlar Iwo rood barns and otbat tobaccohind es No 51Esimorausat In Cttey county j oIldwellingbuildings On county nxd ipIenJU tnbtcro laoi dilrsbiWnHburDIIIDilsad bulldlngt la gwl reptlr rr lucUTt lime ttontltnd ingoodiietrhtorboodcloM to tcbool inxjNo good eellir tnd SI Fsclnjsodelm town Will sail a wall family No 4Two story Iramt dwelling 7 room kill IQcondNo so or IMttrM aliual err KIng Umbirsinromrerathvelyschool pmlumc anl Ittiiot Iruiwrty liv en rallannlot too U pjtnwliof not lea than M acres to imsrtblooulbuUJlotIniiriwUrrlM lnlmwtlatpoMeeslun 1rlcvlMNo 35Toatectaohjl IorI Vet pa tlculanaldrM Central Kentucky Real halite Ki cbiDjeJ Title Co WynnbngCy50crehn tyDeterto lIoulIlIAtttrmof Und In MeKn itoo4uo4term No 71111 serve of good land six rooms twO story dwelling wrll wttereil tenting ti Iht lulturhl of the city ol Stafunl clote to Urtded hiwirlrNo 17 4 trite coltige ant oDe amland lo KlDiMiile Ky Large bun bocH rrrulrINt oTncref land two tory front rot teten tense hills etc HOUM l new a toilgahlen and iplendld orchard el v sties fcoclB4 teIural power whIt It t grestoooomy 14 him dau OVSgutorluaeil nnnduuuIsachAlarpeZsfeddeepmoneyPoprltormonth OnircwunttflllbMllkolhlt wife loniy reiton for telling proprietor detlret to eichmit for suit In Lincoln county Istiicbo i ftrden Price Itoo 7locaIrdInS kerr IQ Allen county Ky on rail and pIke about aCts cultIvated about US In Umber and trait and about UO lu grass Timber on place It rut to 1MIahingleepie place twIce over A largo part It tine are four dwelllngt of I roomlfeach and one store of with above hat wells and spring of watr It la tobaccoIcash JHourtindOrisi Mill county Ky SS barrel capacity corrrvd with Iron powerlhelattertodate roller mill with for corn and tnfilbolt The engine It of yean rum acrrt with the mill Including what It wilt the houte of S room All for 1450 or IJ 500 fof the mill and 14 acres One half cash Iliu tine trade No mill In 10 tthie- io74arnofhan1antrJisnctIonC1lycutiu teiea 73 acm culllraltan nut la gram a barjNo 54SG sales ol land In Iron rounty Mo l miles from Million on Iron Iounllo luUia WIIII escbanj t rIproperly In county q The Gtbralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institutions b CITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People a Safe and Conservative Hall king SystemFAccounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited t Give us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation f Pay 3 per cent interest on nIl deposits of 100 or in ore when left in the bank ami not checked upon for a fperiod of six month oJo JW HUTCHESON Cashier s t To popularize their new ImsincM in new Iniililings with New and New Lines ndtled TG Weather ord Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Auks you to call fluId you will bo convinced that they can II feather your ncstuni NOTICE betoreolllet your paper Ieadinghouseuottiieworld sell cheaper cansteuhlt Estimates furnished ape guaranteedJ street 0 A or tap twottorlrt Anderson burrs unlraproTed ttabula or Uncoln Stocks being A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKobcrto Drug Store in tho Owsley Building t