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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff JK IcKINGSVILLE j Logan Walls anti family are visiting hereInro very anxious to have n rural free delivery route established The delightful rains have helped VCR elation so much In the last few days that tho farmers aro greatly cncourag I cd tISlim Rljtnoy who has been ill wit rheumatic fever Is very much improved Dr OBannon of Stanford was called as consulting physician with Dr ThompsonElder of Lebanon who is a K U Bible student held services here on Sunday preaching to a fair audience both morning and evening notwith standing the Intenso heat and services at the other churches Ho is a splcn- V did young preacher and his excellent sermons were delivered In tho choicest language Rev R It Noel fillet his appointment at tho Baptist church and regular services wore hold at tho Hall Mrs Jnmoa Roy and ton James Into of Lexington nro the guests of frlontk hero Mm Hoy and lIOn will on tholr return to Lexington visit relatives In x I Indiana and Ihonco to Cotton Plant f Arkansas where they will join Mr Roy who is aintkm agent thoro Mta Effle Carey who has boon sewing in Lexington is with her mother and ni ters here MMtvr Brnust Flint has been with hto father near Stanford Lon Ligney of tho C S spout a few days with the honwfoiks Ctawlo Ilea ter has rwlgnod his jtositton with So bastian Chovolotte snit gono to rail roading Operator J C Crolghtan hs resumed work with tiNt C S nnd is holding down the office at Moreland Charles U Wells of Somerset was here Wednesday Judge Cochran uloglzedI Senator James U McCreary who was in tho city yuttonmy exproMod himself very emphatically tha Judge Coch ran would decide that tho Fetloral court has no jurisdiction in the Towers case Ho said ho had known Judge Cochran for 20 years awl that u more consalon tioui Christian gentleman did not live that he would divest the case of every partisan prejudice and decide according to law after ho had made a thorough and complete examination of IU When ho has made this examination he Is bound to see that no Federal question is involved and that he has no jurisdic flJ03 lion and will so decide When the pres ident asked Senator McCreary before tho appointment of Judge Cochran with reference to him the Senator told him that if ho wanted a capable clean scholarly conscientious lawyer who iiiwould be governed by law and not by i pnrt in his decisions Judge Cochran was eminently fitted to fill tho bill Thu Senator says now that ho has never had reason to change his opinion of the judge and doesnt think he will ever have occasion to do so This goodJ opinion of Judge Cochran seems held by all who know him and we urcJ therefore hoping for the beat that him Wo trust we shall never bo confounded or deceived In him Frankfort Jountal- l i mmmtm 1 Kentucky Fair Dates Th following are tho dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1903 IIfar as reported Crab Orchard July 193 days Hustonville July 2dB days Madisunville August 15 slays Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 tips Fern Creek August 154 days ShbphcnLtville August 164 dnSILawrencelmrg August 161 days Liberty Aug 163 days Vanceburg August 104 dnYIIIUrodhend AugiG3 Gulhrie August 173 dnSIColumbia Aug 224 days Shelbyville August 294 wtysIi Springfield August 234 days London Aug 243 dnysINlcholasville August 203 dnysIHardstownlAugust 304 dnyt4ISomerset August 294 Florence August 304 daysIElizabcthtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days Tho Kentucky StateFalr Lexington p September 180 days Henderson September 2CC days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 105 days Huge Task It was a hugo task to undertake tho euro of such a bad caso of kidney di sense as that of C P Collier of Cherokee lu but Klectrlc Bitters did It Ho writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on u chair without cushion anti suffered from t dreadful backache headache und do presslon In Electric Bitters however I found u cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recom mend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by G L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug v gists Price 50c IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George W Vnnarsdale one of bier cer countys wealthiest farmers died near Uutvin John Fortney n nineycar old boy of Hazel Patch was bitten by an Immense pointofdeathFreight badlyhwreck on the Stony Fork divlsionof the L N near Middlcsboro Georgo Lair and Hardin Coffey had an altercation at Monticello Lair cut CofTey four times with a knife Ho al so struck hint in the mouth with a bot tic and knocked some of his teeth out Coffey was placed in jail Lair is still at large Col Jim Guest of Crab Orchard was hero yesterday Ho says tho fair up there this year will be tho best over and some largo improvements In tho way of several new hotels maybe built to accommodate the crowd Danvillo News A terrific thunder storm and the hardest rain of tho season visited London Wednesday says u dispatch The fino hnrnuM horse of Congressman D C Edwards which he recently bought in Central Kentucky for foo was truck by lightning and kfll d During a thunder storm UHf rMklunce of W S Gummoji ntwr liurgln was struck by lightning und Mrs Kitty Ed wards an aunt of Mrs Gammon was Instantly killed She wns inanujistairs room standing near nn open window A little child WM with hor nt the time and was not Injured The printing plant of Somerset Sun has loon sold to the Somerset Mountaineer and In Fridays iasuo of the Sun its su ionsion was announced to gether with an announcement that a daily paper would Ise iMued from the Mountaineer ofRce beginning July 8rd edited by Mr Kirk Boont Somorecl Journal Last Monday Joseph Lawless n man about 72 years old was shot and instantly killed by his eightyear old son Mr Lawless was in Jamestown early In the jnornlng leaving for his homo about 10 oclock In a few minutes after his arrival he commenced a quarrel with his wife who is about 25 years younger Ito probably made threats of violence and her son fearing for the safety of his mother grabbed a shotgun fired killing tho father instantly Before lawless left town he said to some men with whom ho was talking that he was having a great deal of trouble and was on his way to hellAdair News Dlt H A JONKS of Cincinnati reached Columbia Saturday night en route for Montpelier where he visits his parents H lit Camnitz of this office is visiting his daughter at Hus tonville Adair News SriciA RouND TRIP EXCURSIONS ON C OAsbury Park N J National Educational Association Tickets on sale June 29th 30th July 2nd limited to July 10th Rate 2180 Tickets may extended to August 31st- Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Convention Tickets on sale July 2nd 3rd 4th with limit of July 15th Rato 1G Tickets may be extended to August 31st Old Point Comfort Vn Summer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14th limit 15 days Rate 12 Atlantic City N J Summer Excursion Tickets on sale Aug end limited to Aug 14th Rate 14 Old Point Comfort Vn Summer Excursion Aug 12th limited 15 days Unto 12 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address G W Barney Division Passenger Agent Lex ington Ky Mark Twain once said that his aver age daily output of writing when ho works is 1800 word a day That Is about the average days work of tho newspaper writer on n large daily pa per day in and day out seven days u week In the course of a year this amounts to 657000 words The ordinary novel contains 100000 words The newspaper man writes enough to make a novel of tho best selling type every two months with plenty over at the end of tho ear to another book of very respectable size Let us sup pose nt tho business 40 years he has written 26280000 words or 240 books Not even Mrs E DEN Southworth could beat thatPortland Oregonian Found a Cure for Dyspepsia- Mrs S Lindsay of Fort William Ontario Canada who has suffered quite a number of years from dyspep sin and great pains In tho stomach was advised by her druggist to take Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets Sho did so and SUSIII find that they have done mo a great deal of good I have never had any suffering sine I begun u8In thom If troubled with dyspepsia or Indigestion why not take these Tablets get well and stay well For sale by ryno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Bobbitts Fourth of July and 24 Law Cases STANFoni JUNK 21st1 have been requested by several good citi zens of tho town and county to con tribute a letter to your columns this week and I will commence by telling all my good friends in Lincoln Casey and Boyle that I have been Invited and have accepted the Invitation to speakat Yosomito on the 4th of July and shall ho there po bad luck on the way I shall speak without note or preparation und shall wrap tho tri colored Star Spangled thinner arourd me nnd leave the earth to be the wick cds den nnd soar through the blue dome of the ethereal vault of heaven nnd shall construct my metaphors of blue ozone spars of ether and vapory feathers plucked from tho rainbows wing nnd scatter copious showers of pearly gems upon tho heads of the admiring audience far below I shall ascend about 10 oclock and if I do not fnllshall gracefully descend to dinner about 12 oclock Those whose imagination it so dull they can not soar upon aerial wings cnn amuse thorn salvos in various ways till I return Now I want to tell the boys about my 24 cases on tho son of Equity and Common Law I can leave part in the grandest style tanners flying music playing but a few knots out nnd I lose my bearings nautical skill all gone In mid oceon without chart or compass and cant oven be wrecked Could only be stranded upon some desolate shore I could bring a new suit and start ngain Now I have 21 magnifi cent argosies afloat but I know not where Whether in tho longitude of general demurrer or in tho latitude of special demurrer or in the frozen zone of motion to strike or tho Torrid zone of already stricken no one can toll Whenever tho water grows too deep and the distant landscape begins to fade from view tell the Casa goodbye and good luck and leap overboard and swim ashore or betake myself to my little canoe dismissed without prej udice amend and start again Some of my cases are so old they have become beacon lights or marine landmarks warning the legal mariner to keep off tho sunken reef I have no trouble in steering between Scylla nnd Charybdis neither the whirlpool nor Scyllas barking cubs have any terrors for me but never can arrive at the port of judgment Perhaps I may hear from my ships of law by wireless telegraphy Yours and Stanfords for all next week FONTAINE Fox Bonnnr Car in Jamaica Mr J Miler Bennett a chemist of Browns Town Jamaica West India Islands writes I can not speak too highly of Chamberlains Cough Item dy It has proved Itsolf to be the best remedy for whooping cough which Is prevalent on this end of the globe It has never failed to relievo in any caso whore I have recommended It and grateful mothers after using It arc dally thanking me for advising them1 This remedy Is for sale by Lyno fires Crab Orchard Ky OVER IN INDIANAIiy crack I had a warm old time last evening said Phineaa Hoosier laying his Grecian Mythology aside What did you do 7 Oh we went up to linkins house locked nil tho doors pulled down the shade and smoked two cigarettes each You dont know how exciting it is to deliberately fly in tho face of tho law It gives one such n queer feeling of in dependence A Bad taro Some day you will get n bad scare when you feel a pain In your bowels und four appendicitis Safety lies In Dr Kings New LIfo Pills a sure cure for nil Imwol and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costive ness etc Guaranteed G L Pen nys Stanford and Lyno flees Crab Orchard drug stores only 25c Try them Housewife How long were you in your last place We ry WlllumFivc years H VAnd why did you leave then W WI got 18 months old for good conduct maam Tho laxative cllect of Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets Is sougreo ablo and so natural that you do not realize It Is tho effect of a medicine For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orch anti Ky Tho chap whos on some jury Receiving two per day furyAboutS Pieces of sponge packed into mouse holo will induce tho rodents to perma nently vacate a house G T Schick of Evansville committed suicide in St Louis MATRIMONIAL On Thursday Juno 29th at the home of the intended bride the Rev J Pendleton Scruggs and Miss Fannie Garnett will be united in marriage the Rev E W Barnett of Corhin officiating Adair News Milton bL Con er and Miss Exio Reynolds were married at Crab Orchard Wednesday night by Eld J P Livingston The groom Is a well known and clover young man while his bride is tho daughter of Mr Sam F Reynolds and who is as pretty as she is popular Mr Thomas R Walton formerly of this place but for many years a resi dent of Atlanta was married there a few toys ago to Miss Ella Scudday of that city Miss Scudday lived in Nashville until a few years ago when she moved to tho Gate City whore she is well and most favorably known We havnt tho pleasure of our new sis tars acquaintance and can not tell our readers as fully about her as we would like but If our brother has used his usual good judgment and well wagor he has we can safely say that she is n fine woman and that Mr Walton has reason to feel proud of his helpmeet Mr and Mrs Walton are spending n few weeks nt Lithia Springs Gn after which they kill he at homo to their friends in Atlanta A wedding of unusual interest be cause of the prominence of the contracting parties Miss Jean Yenning Dick daughter of Dr and Mrs E G Dirk and Mr Win Monks of Louis ville and of its extraordinary spectac ular features took place Wednesday evening at Crab Orchard Springs not in the spacious parlors but upon the wide veranda which had been latticed for the occasion and bedecked with dal spec and ferns forming an enclosure of living green nnd gold Tho bridal path from the center entrance to the distant southern corner of the veranda which was a floral bower for the climax of the ceremony1 was formed of snowy can vass down which n dainty flower maid little Miss Edith Isaacs of Louisville strewed rose leaves from a floral bas kot Mr Donald Dick and Mr Lane Isaacs of Louisville led the procession to Lohengrins wedding march by Sax tons orchestra of Lexington The ma tron of honor was Mrs H D Country man of Rockford III the beautiful sister of the bride wearing cream crepe do chcne trimmed with lace The maids were Misses Verna Kimball and Flor ence Graham of Rockford III attired in white net over white silk with yellow girdles Tho maid of honor was Miss Annie Bronaugh of Crab Orchard who walked alone with grace and beauty wearing white crepe de chene trimmed with silk lace Preceded by the flower maid and walking alone appeared the bride attired In a deliciously beautiful costume of white chiffon taffeta tuck ed and elaborately trimmed with Val enciennes lace enveloped in a snowy bridal veil As she neared tho altar in the spacious embowered corner of tho portico which was lined with guests the groom leaning lightly uponthe arm of his best man and uncle Mr Claude Moses of Louisville approached at right angles from tho southern wing of the portico and joined the bride thence proceeding to the ministers place There they were made man and wife by Rev George C Crates of Louis ville whereupon a shower of rose petals were released from the floral bell pendant above the couple covering them as with snow flakes During the ceremony and subsequently Snxtons orchestra softly discoursed the Flower Song At the brides table light re freshments were served under the di rection of Mrs J B Willis A huge bowl of frappo also regaled tho guests during tho festivities At midnight Mr anti Mrs Monks accompanied n dozen friends as far as Livingston departed for n bridal tour through the East after which they will return to pass the rest of the summer nt Crab Orchard Springs A score of friends of the groom from Louisville and many friends of tho popular bride from this section as well as the Springs guests witnessed tho ceremony which has been rarely equaled in this section nnd never surpassed in the uniqueness of the environment und decorations Many costly presents were received mani festing the high standing nnd popular ity of the happy couple to whom tho INTERIOR JOURNAL extends Its heart iest wellwishes No Secret About It It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Bplls etc nothing Is so effective as Buck tens Arnica Salve It didnt take bug to euro u bad sore had and It Is all O IC for sore oyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Texas 23o at G L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug stores J ames Hardesty a we Iknownmer chant of Shelby county waded into a pond naked and blew out his brains 77 YOURE INVITED To pay my Store n lengthy call that you may inspect the many new upto date desirable good things I have so carefully bought for this seasons sell lug Gone in look examine compare and price You can buy if you like My goods are nil for sale but you are welcome if you only look and price Mens suits in black thihets for dress wear fancy Cassimeres and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear5 to Slli 9 Young mens suits in allstyles3 to 8750 boys knee pants suits in all 8tle881 to 8350 The famous Host Shirt on earth for 50c Kegcnt Best Shirt for 81 All America Show 8350 nnd 84 Also a complete line of Slices Huts Dry Goods and Ladies and Gouts Furnishing Goode Good good nt small prices SAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank J 11 STANFORD KYIIt Twine Machine Oil Champion Binders Mowers and Hay Rakes W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY The 1Financial ICITIZENSOilers to tho People a 1AecountsIndividual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us yourlnisiuesa nUll wo guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of S100or more when left in the bank and not checked upon for n period of six months J W HUTCHESON Cashier s Hot Weather everything you in a pump earthIwithlonger than any roof and costs very little more See me about any kind of metal work Phone ISBuy SherwinWilliams Paint ofi For Sale by DR W N CRXIG Druggist Stanford Ky W R Perkins Store 1Is Headquarters for Fountain Shirts nt 81 to 150 nothing better for the money Famous Shirts 50c Have no equal at the price Oustein A Rices neckwear uptodate stuff Clenett it Pcabodys Col lars and Cuffs They lead in quality and style W E Perkins oi Crab Orchard Kyi T ai 4 Tcly 7 r x t T T 1 f r The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEDIOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For KeprcientutlTC J M ALVERSON- For County Judge R C WARREN- For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Aismor W A CARSON For Superintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON t For Jailer W I HERRIN Tim new Secretary of the Navy Mr Bonaparte weighs 300 pounds II recently received the Laetaro medal from Notre Dame University of Indiana as the most distinguished Catholic layman who the war had rendered the most efficient and laudable service to the Catholic church i The President seems to have had two ends in view to get u man heavy enough to hold down the lid and please a vast number of the fellow citizens THE United States has paid out n pensions nearly three billions of dollars since the revolutionary war and its still paying at the rate of 9150 000000 n year There met in Louis yule last week the remnant of a body men t vho draw no pensions but they looked in every respect as good lUI those who do TWELVE Napoleons of finance ar making brooms in the Ohio penitentiary and wishing they had obeyed the com mand Thou shalt not steal The of the transgressor is hard but it cannot be made too hard for the bank officials who betray their trusts EIGHTY tons of gold and 100000t in silver were huuled from tho old subtrcasury at Chicago to the new Federal building Saturday It was the striking teamsters chance to catch even but they dared not embrace It WOMEN are not admitted to dog hospitals in New York No reason is given but we suppose it is because the l dear creatures cant hold their tongues and their prattle disturbs the pups A CLOCK has been invented which i will run 30000 years with the aidof radium Whats the use If we had one we would forget nnd wind it u every day LANCASTER The first Sunday in July will be regular conference day at the Baptis- church iu Lancaster Conference wil be held at 1030 A M and nil members are urged to be present Eld F M Tinder is in Hustonvillc holding a revival for the Christian church and is doing great good He is being assisted by Eld J M Moore who was formerly pastor of the Chris tian church here A meeting of Camp M D Logan will be held at Masonic Hall on court day at 2 r M Mr OS Young of South Carolina will deliver an address The Daughters of the Confederacy are re quested to be present- J L Hutchins bought a bunch ofcat tie from J P Rogers at 3Jc Fin Bal f lard bought a mule colt from a Preach ersville party for 70 Mrs Lucy A BrosPScott sold a bunch of shoats to Dennie r Scott at 4Jc After a long illness Mrs Ernest Woods of Paint Lick died Tuesday Mrs Woods had been in declining r health for quite awhile andrecently made a trip West but derived little or no benefit from it Funeral services Friers1intermentLick Cemetery Mr James Ware of Hopkinsville is the guest of his sister Mrs R E Mc Roberts for a few days Mrs Mildred t Bcazley has returned from ar visit to relatives in Stanford George B lInT ris of McKinney Texas is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Mrs Osee Huffman of Louisville is lIugllesWi1reIDrake University at Dos MoinesIa is expected home the latter part of the week inaletterPresident Roosevelt ad dressed Secretary Taft made public directs the dismissal of Minister how en from the diplomatic orvice and arraigns Mr Bowens conduct in the Bow enLoomis controversy as reprehensi ble Mr Loomis is exonerated as the result of Secretary Tafts findings Tho presldentdeclares that Bowens expla nation of his conduct is Inexcusable and shows his entire unfitness forthe service r r NEWS NOTES Joseph L Hcrwig one of the must prominent citizens of New Orleans Is deadIt is believed in Washington that armlstic proceedings ore in progress between Russia and Japan The heart of an Italian whowaastal bed during a New York saloon row was sewed up and he may recover While cutting trees for saw logs Charley Fannin was instantly killed by u falling tree in Magofiln county One man was fatally shot and unothe badly wounded in a fight between police and alleged safcblowcre at Chicago Horace R Basler editor and owner of the Shcrdian Pa Journal fell from a train near Pittsburg and was killed The City Trust and Safe Deposit Company of Philadelphia has gone into the hands of u temporary re hundred and ten degrees were conferred at the commencement exercise of Indiana University at Bloom ington ExMinister Bowtin says he will con tlnue to pursue Assistant Secretary Loomis until he drives him out of the diplomatic service The Goebel Monument Commission accepted a model by C II Niehaus of New York for the Goebel statue The figure will be life size Thomas W Lawson of Boston has accepted invitations to deliver address es in Missouri Kansas Ncbraaku and Minnesota during July The employers association of Chica go has notified tho teamsters confer ence committee that it will make no concessions to the strikers To perpetuate the name of the G A R a society to be called the Sons of the G A RL has been formed at Denver to take in the whole country The Board of Railroad Commissioners- of Kansas has decided that it has no jurisdiction over tho Pullman Car Com pany as far as rates are concerned Wm Gollihern shot and killed Care field Mayes on Bennett Fork near Middles bo ro Gollihern was captured and placed in the Tazewell Tenn jelly S P Shecrin formerly secretary of she National democratic committee and one of Indianas bestknown men died suddenly while reading a paper before convention at Chicago Chairman Paul Morton of the Board of Directory of the Equitable Assur onto Society has engaged expert accountants to go over the books of the company and make a complete report of its business affairs and relations Alex Spencer a farmer of Campbell county cut his son Johns head open with a knife Spencer and his son had been engaged in logging business or Swift Camp creek and a quarrel arose over the sons demand for settlement In the Clinton circuit court Rube York was given a life sentence for killing William Shelton Calvin Raines waspmurdered was indicted for the killing It was first reported that she had been murdered and robbed by two men Thomas Lobb u lunatic barricaded StatestHotel at San Francisco people killing one of them He hId 1000 people at bay including the po lice department and finally concluded the performance by blowing his own head off A sensational case of forgery has come to light in Philadelphia in the discovery that B II Gaskill who died about four weeks since and member of a prominent brokerage firm had made a business of raising stock cer tificates of giltedged character to make them call for hundreds ofshares more than intended Some of the banks and trust companies of Philadelphia are said to have been victimized to the extent of 1000000 by loans on collateral of this character At a meeting of tho trustees of the State School of Reform officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows Mrs Louise E Yandell Louisville president Charles W Bean Lexington treasurer W P Walton Frank fort secretary Tho resignation of Mrs William Cheatham of Louisville- as a trustee was received and accepted and Mrs Florence Graham OfTutt Stout recommended to fill the vacancy Mrs S L Van Meter was recommend theIMrs T J Cassett of Lexington A committee was appointed to go before the next Legislature and ask for an appropriation of 60000 for the build- Ing of a hospital and n dormitory for the colored boy- sDying offamine lIs in Its torments lIke dying of consumption The progress of eonsump Eton from the beginning to tho very end Is a long torture both to victim and friends Whon I had consump 4nm IrMte first slap wrltds Wm Myers of Cuivrfoss Md attar try lag dltteront medicines and a good ootor in valn I tit last took Dr Rings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly uu rod me Prompt list and sure euro for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positive ly prevents pneumonia Guaranteed- at 0 L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Dros Crab Orchard drug stores Price BOc and 1a botTlo Trial libttle tree Ali f TilE LATE GEORGE W DEBORD- HUSTONVILLE Mrs II R Oldson and children and Miss Maud Williams of Roanoke Fla are with W R Williams and family for the summer The best fish of the season watt shot last week by Mr Arch McKinney in his pond beside the pike near his home His lordship measured 26 inches and weigh ed nine pounds Mr O G Harrison the clever CAS- hier of the McKinney Deposit Bank and Miss Catherine Walden a charming young lady of the West End wore mar ried in Lexington Wednesday The Frankfurt ball team for which James Frjc Jr of Hustonvillc Is pitching defeated the flanker Ball Club of Louisville to 0 at Frankfort the other day Frye struck out 14 mun A large number of guests are at Olympian Springs In the number are Mesdames G A Prewitt and A P Young Liberty Mr J Adams Don erail and John Bates of Somerset The latter has been entirely cured of rheumatism Just What Everyone Should Do Mr J T Harbor of Irwlnvlllo Gu always keeps a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Kornody at hand ready for insuoiusu Attacks of colje choluru ntorbns and diarrhoea come on so suddenly that there is no tlmo to hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine Mr Rarbr- says I have tried Chamberlains Collo Cholera sad Diarrhoea Remedy which la one of the best medicines I ever saw I keep n bottle of It In my room as I have hud several attack of colic and it has proved to be the l cst medicine I over used Sold by Lt Bros Crab Orchard Ky JiBVf your colt cni trnted by T F GROSS rvach rkVlllr Kjr tin wwll known 1M trntor of hors a rid hors doctor lathhwtlon ktarnntc d Jesse W Sweeney lJlOllJlETOR- Livery Food and Salo Statlo Lanoaster Ky horses well led and cared for Up to data rig at reasonable ratei I anellthing and if theI got dealerhasntj here is the store thathas When buy Mnnas themmgapingheel from alpplnl up and forwardalta shoo that la not URFITU Tho name of Mane In a shoe absolutely guarantees its correct stylo and genuJine qualities FOn SALE BY HJ McROBERTS s j t ro ARE YOU EASY In your Shoes Are your feet hurting you Ifso then you are very uncomfortable This is not al ways due to the same cause You can get your shoes too small too large too short or too narrow or not the right shape for your foot and this causes untold suffering If you will come to us and give us time to fit your foot we will save you a greatdealIof unnecessary pain and worry In foot wear we have almost anything you want Patent leather shoes high and low cuts for men boys women and children Tans in high and low cuts for men women and children The old ladies house orIcommon sense slipperwide toe and low heelssame in mens A thing of comfort if not of beauty White canvas low Jshoes in ladies misses and childrens sizes Infants childrens and misses barefoot sandals In heavy shoes for rough service we have almost everything from a dollar BroYgan upxM= ++ 2 +fi+++H FdiI + H J MROBERTS STANFORDa 31 I FOR SALE I 0Purr IITM Itrrliohliv hut rod Sonui Alxi ttlfh ycnrltiiK Hurk NlrpakgMntonvilleK- r NOTICEI1IC land rwdd N11Im ltimtr of Ml klatU on hurt imtit- IHAH KNMIII ml nli KM K Notice to The Publ pQ1Imrw liovlt for wwnl cnii t uli bom vhovliia Ht nMnhlo pnr- vwakvnpwetaltyuwxaorraud buggy w aid itttlnllni sad ran yiu b work and lkIw I n k han of otu J irwr Nmii r HI Mt ray Tho New Mason Hot RATES 1200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SHUOA3S rrrl trB- tctric U hl In every rooo- iRtf rn4tbd and unJtr tntlrt Ntlotnt Bob tht favorite potitf cttti an trtlni FRUITS SHADE TREES EI Mr J II Ht iilu n fiirinirly of lln roniity wllloHlInn thf tarlllrra and rill tirrnlly with full lwot ttr rlnfro- rnamental and tliflilf tn rr Th tint llrown lime Co olIlochlalr N1 nn rrroitnllrtlMHlvrolii thlilln In tliU crl try All ly lru to name Buiirnntrvtl tiynciuli cHpltnl of over l flu with l ncroi iimlrr nrtlwl inn uIUvtlon Olv1 him a trnl lla will in Boyle initxril MndlMin nnd Idnc during the following few wwkn SALE OF STOCKS AND HON Tin iXTKituil rcprinntBtUinot J It nMmtlpCfflMilwllliit lMiv on II x II In front of the rourt hot oUhrkvhUincnutfr fluiro of took of Nntlnnnl batik of Ijiiicnitfrj 11 banns toek of MiTCIiniilfiinil MfclmnlP linn k coluiuliun Uu iSilmmof toek of Fun Itiink of roliiinliiH On 1 lin- tNo6nndeitrvahietrlteaclitof Patti Ivr Wntcr Workii Co- MIIK ANN W HIIRINHOX Kxwutri Jr llonixHos lOxtcutor Are You Coming Scrwii tloon window icreciw and serer log lllui Kliiiiu Vtcklfnx Oil Wove Curtnln thnlll Pole MahlIlll Bent Mntting Iortlrr lurtllll1l1trIClllrI1I rt Itlur Nrr llruthei to itc from llcor ertlnn nrlwtundlttUldhttlalwrWindow Vnrn and KnnniPU I1itur Pram tfuldingMnlttn ItiiKKliii Now n Old Kurnltur otiu and we lvou c name ometlilnu we l0 not l4 l 111111- r of hors unit bag ilrr and fed KxcIlnt unrtMtiiklnitiulimiit- 1lenty of her and fn II HIII Tlrl dour Pruitt Brothers lorrlnnd- 1yNABOTM JR Niiliotli Jr ln iMnutlful dark lay wl heavy mace and toll with i extrroiRSdgh of otyli and tlnUh tind linn tlounpoll workul would tcp a fnut nit fuliotii lib lrv IIl over id lmnd lili nliiliK MS pound and 8yvnr oldt hI III y He U iiy tin wnltknownXiiljolu WI Will 2ai1 innduuuiynldrrlnt1l011t stn ham NtitiotliV flQr lVllk4 riiht limn Tinol i Ollit WHII of lliiiiililionliin and lnroc hon 31nlnpS2ii tl dam of Norliilnf yuurlh- mcord2a11 NiilxJth Ire lint ilniii filet Jr end dent oy Orlt Imv riiilnin a thorouHhlrtl aewll nrnktM croon of 1145 nt III stable In Mllinroall K lit thl low Drlci Wltiii cttti fonUdOr hlJ inn fenlhlcouatyiiomy Is Ideal TiJlloth ttViisliU wl II the ml Jaorlellll o Im the fwsthura6lD Kentucky to bretllf- orhlglaclnee hordes boric We blur bc ore YOU J R rof j tit n clrln lIo- I ork In 1ur C nit O- UII Try IS hu Iii 0n of of nit e r nu t W o n1 e rr oft heI J to I Oeo Experience Experience aril fpi but the TeachesIare never un Tin wlw rto Ili rxrxrlrnc of ainttrniaii adds you that Mastic Mixed PaintTho Lu- Is im he can mix by that are sure and that the Ixst possible la bwuity and and will not olfthats the of tipcrltnct the taught tavo Msneraclured 7- 1EASLEEGAUInLUT CO INCORPORATED LOUISVILLL KENlVCKYiFOR BY PENNYS DRUG STORE First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock ISOOOOi Thlslnitltutlon orlRlnallr itabltibcd at the Dcpotlt of Stanford In iltltben reorganized ai the National Stanford In 1685 and reorganized ai the First National of In I88J bad practically an exlttcnco for 41 Tear It U supplied now with facllltlei for Icgbntdnepromptlyand well tban ever In Ito and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries porations Solicited CAPITAL YDirectors 1n Paxton J Owilejr B H Shanks W 0 Walker W Carter J H L 0 Oooch W II Cummins W U Hrlpbt It I W II Shanks k n tuition cotnrs ii forgot profit t y I Hind That mixed better than paints hand they pure durable they give rtmults finish crack lxrl or chalk voice lesson IsII buy Mattie Mixed paint money HALL Hank tank of again Italic Stanford having uninter rupted better traniact long and Cor Fetter Bucecnori to The Farmer Hank A Trust Company and under istma SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually bouoBeUl S Murphy Son Hedgtfville Kentucky e Iwlto YOII to InsiHCt tliwlr stock of gomH mid tth lr jirltVk They want n hurt of your patronage and it It It gcal lit lIWllrlces whutyouwnntulvu them n p hy y A irk StanfordIKy JOffIcersJ HOOKER IrtitT lUnrn V lres JtJUcUOnEUT8Cbr W II WKAURNAnt Chr Directors F Reid BnTllle T tUrrli Stanford J 8 hocks Stanford K L Tanner McKinney U D Klmore H lUnghrijan Stanford T I Stanford Ju Itoblnion Rubble 01 Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKu STOCK 900000 euntlnaouilyforlSyoari 1J IfOfficers 8 H SHANKS Preildent J n Paxton Vice Ireildent W M nitlOHT t OMbltr WI O WALKER Aut OaihJtr I fMelHnney i IWuinkythetanrket Price IIntltRctioll 1IIInlllh IaformntlonAgettewnntrd r f July 3rd to 15th t 1 Is the time set for this Great Sale beginning on MONDAY and ending on SATURDAY 15th Bear in mind the date as the prices we J make in this sale are good only from 3rd to 15th Appoint a day now and come ISTAMOHD KY JINK 23 105 J8Tirn to yourself and to artltfllcinn material most careful service In irtp firing hltt l That is tie WAY tIre PERSONALS DR JoaBPH BUCK of Somerset w hurt yesterday MIIH latlIcattle rMiss SIIBIJIY of Grand Rapid Mich ill a guest at Arcadta II C Wiur anti Mule Annette IMn Crab Orchard SIIrlnRSoIMia Town CURMV ef laneHStor to vrtth her sister Mrs W A Careen PROP J W IRELAND of llanwav burg WM lore Tuesday looking after hfe school r MIMIH DOLLY ASti QKKTKUDB HILL ot want Texare with the family aMr TJU- Mts KATfltawi WAliWW will Ro to S imewet Monday to take pnrttton on the Mountaineer John B Crouch of Maysvillo and Mrs Sura WlWon of Somerset rt- mamcl at Fwnkfort a Mire VI C MtATT of Birmingham arrival r UfIaY to visit hr r pare au EM mud Mr Joe Hntto- uMu B P OWBLKY and lauahLerI MlM MntcV Hay Oweyof but Ga are with Alive 1arl Bunwid for the ewnmer IMtta UaTOK liven who hM ben r Stanford M AUen at Mlllere- burc unHIII Mnwlfty night brlnginic two of Mrs AlVtna children with l er MlttM 1UCIUB AND MAIITIIA Mate HFBli returned ywlerday from Houl do Montana where they have lurid Aching Mir Susie Saundera return ed With them but went to Cmnpbella to visit her stater Alas StnrEiu c ac AMt Wiif 11tIkiimnied Mia and Virik to their home In Shelby altar Mrs Severance will remain win tine Mr Severance went from Shelby t- thouavilk anti Claeinnatl where he bought stack of good LOCALS GuT your twine from W 11 malna nnd take no rfcfc ao wmethlnK now WTTKD Pair I computing sctitw Box 01 Hustonville Ky It STOP and err tile White Lily Wail ing Stnchlne at W H IHgglni Sumo thlng nuw 1 Cm s26 nicely printed vfcriting cards for 25c CO forOSe or 100 for roc This officet ILESn a call rat my OIUand pay your bill If I should not ho thoro pay Ur Pcnnin ton R A Jonas D D S r TllKltB will ho n Sunday school enter tnlnnuJllt turd box supper nt Abratna school louse In the East End Saturday night next PJIH THOMWOK of tho Pronchcra tyulesection was severely kicked by n n few days ago Ho had n narrow escape from being kjllcil ON account of n freight wreck near Mt Vernon yesterday in which nobody was hurt No 22 due here at 217 r t did not arrive until 7 oclock ICOALFIlIIs Branch from J R Wooldridgo and Semi Canncl from the East TonnosM Cord Co at 12 Jc per Ii bushel dullvcred J H HauRhman Co t two to rtvoyoai oldi They will jirrlvo about July Oth ail Kerr on tho 0 J lJ F Cook farm county through Mrs oJ or Iti school superintendent against Co for ot a thl Ginn hookx decided In favorwas10000 contract Wn1ter Warren sued I of the plaintiff of Mir Emily Dmldorar the estatev i200orOr board and nursing and lorI mt JAMBS OWBIBV entertainedfy MAOT8B home on Logan Avenue at Ida pretty In honor of his COUll Tuesday afternoon f o- lr tIns William and Owsloy Walton Lexington MBlor Manior or Nnshvillo of Danvillo Some and Freddy Phillips and Jamos- t 50 or 60 guests were present proved himself n most excellent host included ices Tho refreshments served Wand cake The little ones spent a most afternoon ITllr colored teachers institute will bo next week beginning Mon day Irof Wllllami will be the Instruc TUB sun has reached its summer IIIslice and Wednesday was the longest day In the year Prom now on to Dec 21 tho days will gradually shorten COPIOUS rain are lllngdaily and while corn anti moadowii are hoing helped by thorn tho wheat harvaU in Ming materially intorfcrred with OP the 16 teachers examined by Miss Annie McKinnoy and Mr L R Huglioa Saturday six got AraUclaM certifl oaten seven got second and throo od nnII TUB Ladles Aka Society of the Kinney Baptist church will give an ke cream aupiwr at McKinnoy on tho eve ning oX July lit The public is cordially lilted write Mrs J L Owens prex Went 4 THE McKinney Flour Mill and rldines property of the Into Mr Jimee II McKiiMwy wee Uwght nt the Mle TueMiey by Mr John S Murphy for H280 It to NllCecIed thAt Mr Murpli- got a lxirgatn THK 6 and lOc department at John P Jones b e mainly appreciated ju ffintc from the miMber of paekngiM we eee eominc from there If you hemt boon in just KO and eee what good thlnK a limo will bur PAXTYMfeaee Annie Lewis and OUMriae Gentry and Master Huetan Gentry entertained u largo number of their little friaiuh at a delightful part from 8 to 7 Wednuwlay evening He fruehmonta wore survod and tho little ones had good time generally ALL barbers in Kentucky must havo a certificate in order to practice their trade or calling under the State law by July 1 Incident Vm T Drown of the Kentucky lUrben Examining Hoard nml John Schmoiser secretary lure given notice that UK law will be unforced MX J B WKIRHT the Danville mon ument man liae secured the contract of placing a monument over the grave of Mr Georgo Givens who lived at Pitts bwtf but WhOM roaming are interred In Danville It ta of sarcophagus do sign Tory largo and costly and whon placed fn po IUon will be one of the hamfeomMt in DolUnia cemetery OLD TIMU IlotB FAIR The Lancas tor people have arranged to have amok time rote fair on July 13 M nnd 15 Premiums largo enough to attract the host stock are offered and n good time is in More for those whd wish to pond n pkonant time with friends see goof stock and have a general good time Romombor tho dates and be there Nouuis Mrs Sallio A Norris mother of Mrs II D Aldridge died at her homo on East Main street yester day of a complication of troubles aged about 70 Tho burial will occur at Fork church in Garrard county at 3 oclock this afternoon Mrs Norris was a splendid old lady and her death will cause sadness wherever she was known Tin Lincoln Medical Society Will meet at the Woatherford house Hustonville Tuesday June 27 1005 at 101 Dr J C Barker of Huston ville will rout a paper on Pathology Diagnosis and Treatment of Erysipe las Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford will talk on Complications of Appen dicitis That Kill When an Early Opera lion Would Cure All Cases Doctors ire cordially invited from adjoining counties Councilor meeting will beheld for Lincoln anti Casey at same time Casey county doctors must at tend Hugh Hoid president Tile storekeeper who complains tlm business is dull in summer time usually hut only himself to blameunleas in deed ho la a coal dealer or n specialist In car multa or some other commodity that nature rebels against when tho mercury climbs upward in tho tube Summer dullness is generally attribute Lie to the absence of a part of tho pope ulation from tho city during tho hot months Tho antidote is ready to hand Uy forceful advertising tho stayat homes may be induced to increase their purchases Now people may bo secur ed to the places the old who ore temporarily absent As tho tempera ture publicity appropriation should systematically 1 Y iry Nothing too Good for Our are always looking for something bet ter always working to secure values and styles superior to other stores Thats what Severances store of today better than Severances Store of last year and thats what will make the Severance Store of the future better than the Severance Store of today With the plans before us today we are preparing to make our July Mill End or Rem nant Sale better than the one of last year H n SAw money for all watch clock and Jewelry repairs by consulting R Fonzol Phone 103 Ion SALE Handsome 12Iight chandelier for church Comparatively new Apply to Rev George W Mills Hus tonvillo Ky Fon RBNT2 or unfurnished rooms at Groen Briar Springs for rent cheap For information call at the promises or address J Booth Sutton Crab Orchard Ky Uooxg used in public schools will be changed July 1st Fortunately for thet buyer those to be used hereafter will coma much cheaper as tho following Ut will show The tint price is tho coat of the booknt present and the last those to be used after July I SjMJllor 17c 12c Primer 12c lOc stead er 25c 12c Reader 8Cc 20c Reader lOc 27c Reader COe 3Co Reader 06c ICc Arithmetic 16c lie Arithmetic Me Ik Arithmetic OOc JOe Lan guage 20c lie Language Kc 17c Language 2Dc Grammar lie 25c Grammar OOc 4Uc Geography 5c Geography 120 We Physiology tItc OeIhydolog Rik 66c HlaUiry tine 4Uc Hiatory tl 70c history TSe 70c Civte Oak 46c Writing dozen 75c Sic EngKali 76c R5c The mme Arithme tic Language Grammar Engliah Hiitory and Civics will be used as last year looks uteti last year in gotxl condition will be taken in exchange at onehiitf puke of the new Teachers will not be entitled to pay while teach- hag text books other than State adop tion This is to take effort July 1000 says Supt Garland Singleton DrUOIu grand oW man wont ton rich reward when the spirit of Mr George W DeHord took iU Might to mansions above lie was one of those excellent ciliMu who had the respect of his fellow man because he wee hon oat honorable straightforward and ain Cure No man in Lincoln county stood higher then did this gallant old ex Confederate sokller and now tlmt he Is no more n feeling of sadness iwrmeatos- i heart of every one who knew him 110 cause of his death which occurred In Louisville Tuesday morning was a fall anti squooie he received He was stopping at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel having gone to Louisville to the Con federate Reunion and when he started to tho dining room he mistook tho door anti fell into an open elevator shaft the elevator boy having carelessly loft the dour upon Before ho could got out the elevator came down on him and squeezed him so severely that his bowels be came paralyzed and death followed Not wanting to cause his family alarm Mr DeRord did not advise them of his condition until Monday and his son Georgo DeHord went as soon as lOSS pie to his bedside getting there a few hours before his father breathed his last The remains wore prepared for burial and brought to his home nt Crab Orchard that night The burial occurred at 3 P M yesterday in the presence of an immense crowd Revs O M Hucyand R li Mahony made short aka at the homo and at tho grave the Odd Fellows and Masons officiated Rev It R Noel representing the Confeder ito soldiers also spoke at the grave Mr DoBord was born at Somerset and was the son of Abel DcBord u Metho list preacher He moved to Crab Or hard many years ago and married Miss Hannah Foley who with seven child ren survive The children are Mrs Holdam Stuart now residing in Califor tin Misses Bottle and Sallie DeBord and Mossra George W John Henry and Leon DoBord Much sympathy is felt for them all in their irreparable loss Mr DeBord served this county as jailer for seven years and made a moat excellent ono He made friends of hU prisoners many of whom would havo sacrificed their nil for him and they were as sure to vote for him if given the opportunity aa the election day came He was candidatq for sheriff in the primary of December last und was defeated by only one vote Ho was a staunch democrat OB hips card printed in this paper some 10 days ago bears proof As a soldier Mr DoBord was said to have load few equals and no superiors always in the thickest of the fight battling for the cause he loved dearly Ho was in Morgans com nand Cth Kentucky regiment Grlgs bys Out of honor to Mr DeBord court adjourned Wednesday afternoon and the lawyers and many others from hero attended the funeral FOUND ladys watch Call at this office CHURCH MATTERS Roy A S MolTct of Lebanon is preaching twice daily at tho Presbyte rian churcn 1080 A u and 1M P M Ills sormons which are able and inter citing are greatly enjoyed The resignation of Bishop Hargrove as president of the Board of Trustees of Vanderbilt University was accepted by the board yesterday and Bishop Gal lowny of Mississippi was elected to vacancy Twentyodd people woro ikilled in a wreckof the famous Twentieth Century Limited train at Mentor O Newt Whalen of Claysville Harrison county was shot and 111 od by William Martin a farmer after ho had broken into Martins home The Kentucky Educational Associa tion U holding its annual meeting at Mammoth Cave The Kentucky State liar Awociaton Ita ItoMing its annual convention at CovintrciftIMrs Hettie Saxton aged 60 is dead hi Danville NOTICEI Yva khoald uc before you let uut Tur b rrUa aid roof ptttntlu Paper bagleea Mwetoll We bare ampler PaIt1C tiom reIadinghonwofthewortd- Iai can well olI4tlpor ban rtealttayu can RtUmfttn forolhcd on ap pllontloo All work cuaraat d Rsr lies Jcoo Soatersettreet A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoborts Drug Store in tho Owalcy Buildi- ngCommissioners Sale Unroll Circuit Court- Tbr UnlluwlekJlAlklColkIHltrJulllIllI- tilt vi Ottnrln Itlrt anti llOood Hutu Nollw tit till IuriitHiit to n Jinl tiunt of the Mncolu circuit court rvmlrrwl In the nlmvw itqitI notion nt for Juno txrin IUM the umlfmlKn tit Mmtor toiinnlHiloimr of mid court will un HATirilIUYJUI IMA 1oIlIltl Mttvry to t nnd boll Wrtil T the follntn drcrlIIwwl ro erty whkb U now 100II111111IllKuor lIudnn ot III town orI Htonlonl Ky The Wiht will bu nuts stout tin hour I r H nt the former biiiliioi hot r of the sold tlttrrmlMnto on Dejxit utiwt Wlniifonl Ky The wilil Is fle rlb1 f l follows iolilrn Qslr fwt Counter in rt KHlrllght Mirror II fwit ropiitrtnnk IM novelty lx x and two outfit lthwt brant rail Iuenina- tltylrenwuundonrsrtof vlvctrlc fixture Only koniufhof williliekOhlRH iniiv lie iifocwHiry to rvnllie the mm of with intenvt thereon nt till nite of p r cent JUT iinnuni from Feb yn IHII imtil luililnnil the costs of this notion will be Hindi on u credit of three tic required to alvImidforIhrltnrchnsr rununiiuorr With nnd UlirlHH b ier tnt Interekt Iroin ihite of mile CEO U SAUKLEY JI C L C C A FOOLISH PLAN TlrajoytoeatTweleomemy dinner lour Demure I rout August Mower self anemia emaciation uric acid neuralgia in various of the catarrhal inflammation office intestinal canal and numerous other aliments that rob life of its pleasures if they do not finally rob 01 of life itself JIm bound in the bowels is a common of who look mis JWhat a foolish plan when nature could be aided the use of Greens August blower which is natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach ills CfAugust gives new life to the liver insures healthy stools e QTwo sizes aye and 750 All druggists for Sale at Pennys Drug Store Dont ThinkJThere wont be any goods in this Sale that you want We have gathered bargains from every department all kinds all qualities and all prices This is not a sale of shoddies but the odd lengths and odd prices of this season best material and best sellers SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I1rulv threetGnrrarfC11lcUlT Customers- We ratllami indigestionbiliousness perslitIin 1 BUY Cummins c McGlary Stanford Kentucky j I I I To The Buying Public = I We have bought out the stock of Grocer ies Hardware Queensware Etc of John Bright Jr Co and now are in charge of the stock they formerly ran We ask a share of your patronage promising good goods at low prices square dealing and courteous treatment Try us on an order and we will f endeavor to make you call again P G WARNER SON 1 Terms Strictly Cash a I THE- AM1EABIE TSAr JrltwifAltfABLE This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to eon vince you we have the best the market af fords IIW B McRoberts PIDRUGGIST o Sells Kurlees UCIIl Mixed Paints Every U4CG5tn 1etteiilrcLead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer i 1 r r E 1The Interior Journal r Eaferttiflthe Pott Office at Staitford a a ucondClats mailer- PDf1LIRl1lD TCKSUAYS AND FIUIUYS AT flOOPER YEAR CASH OrWhen not no paid 1200 will be char- gedUMBRELLAS Recorered and repaired and made almost u good as new for a amount I can flz your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and tor less money Giro me a trial FRANK ATKISS Stanford For Sale Privately r house and 10 acres of land situated just outside ot town limit on the Someraet plko House bin rooms kitchen and ler ranti necessaryobuildinsellsllthe yard J P BAILEY INSURANCEFire AeehlllIt 01l 11K8T Companies luprtsentwl lowest Ios slblo IUiti1 l s IliylngiUec ordJUnonimlUsJ Tnlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky lUfia nci Ihoneod2 R A JONES DentistS- TANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Phone No1 p J H BOONS t CO Proprietors UYERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal Ee D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is loHcited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection WeH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler 1STANFORD KENTUCKY The LuUfct in Jewelry Hllver UutGlnsi Wutchfx nnd Clocks in stoc- kPEYTONe t My nnu Jnck IVyton abllIl old will malcu the prtseiit Kfimou or lwlS ut my stable tttilorulnna to Injure u llvlim colt 1vytoits coltll are large stud tine and I sold lust ytiirV crop of colts ut 175 rouud Your of Ills colts nru on my iirin which will sncuk for themselves aml cun Iw vn at any time will nUont tln minis place stand my line lock 1IUVOK HAWKiyeursoM pint 151 inches high Ill will serve II nuinlHTof Iiiarfu ut ptoliuuntillvliiKcolt Money due when colt U faded or inure traded or pnrtiU with Not nspomlble for accidents or oscapos it KING Morulnnd Ky i HUSH HONY DONT CRY I am still ngint for Tin Victor Tnlklni Jtiiclilhf Tin Victor N o ixrfvct that it Is often mlitakiii for tin human voloe It Is roving n niv rfulllUK source of delight to- hUUlflIUI1l41 illMijigioliitiiKiit to non T- oalllol of good musty The Victor Is un Inspiration no mnttor how muchxntortaln meat then Is at homo Tliw VUtor is always i wplcoinc You fan ut ell tltnes listen to bamU orchestras songs Inttruinuntiil tuna lutc that thousands of propki Mock to hear In crowiltit resort there no limit to the varltty of Mli ctlonn This matchless Instrument will reels toyou Olin I Inter Vst you If rocnil mad e u samplH mnchliu1 ant hair It ht y on xhll ltloiiiit my stor- yNtVorIpotFl T110tt HAM Htiinford Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little difference In the price of high grade really made suits anda suit made to your measure taken by an ex tailor J I have a handtomc line of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the tilled dress cult Spring overcoats and trouser The company I represent is one of the best I also have a line of goods I makeup myself for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory front 7 room cottage The house Is now A plen did garden orchard There Is a mill on the a good musher and the dam Is In good repair and the natural pow er Is economy In running the mill Does a splendid business Everything I In good repair has all necessary out bulld ings The owneri only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has ex tenslre farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Banglpg Fork about 4 miles Stanford and canbe bought at a bargain For further particulars ad dress S C Thurmond Lvtle Ky or L B Hughes Stanford Ky DaJJl Tratjlor DIALIR IIt Whlskll Brandy Wines Beer GlQars Etc Osrpsntsr Ole to DpotSTANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing tut the bee to drink Mill pbon cr UligrtpD orders rtctlvi tromptattintlon NEW LIVERY STABLE BtJHZE ft CLAIU SON Frcrt JUNCTION CITY w KY0 TlritOlftss Turnouts nt R aion ble hates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Sale RSTORATIVt CURE- SNERVOUS DEBILITY paytaLmentalInonal nlg11um tile true type or perfeet manhonL amenieelotmentnzre NiruiDioaRf ItnaMiry Cited wiii roublOOIlUOjto alxhrtcathttdwttaaa9ahantePErreR MEDICAL ASSOCUTION CHI AOO Fos SALE AT TENNyS DBUO BTOBE POSTED strictlyturbidpassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Reicbenbach fires VonOruenlganFredAlfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattle H Hews F netchonbach Charles Cummins Joe Ballou A C Dunn S Holmes DaughertyMPeter W Carter J Nevin Carter J E Bruce W F Shaaaker Thomas Ferrill Oreen Ferrlll F J Conn John B Ontaenlwh Sam Trowbrldge A D Root Charles Knssllu Frank Cordlar Mrs W O Welch Peter Bslmer JL Beazley Co Uudertai ers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e tee8T Undertaker Embalmer and DenIer in Harnes3Saddlery Ac 8 STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Ibono 167 Home IbonoSS HAY FEVER sitINSTANTLY RELIEVED By a Simple and Sato Treatment Thousands of people who softer witHI that annoying and aggravating nllment Hay leer can get Immediate relief by using freely that soothing healing remedy Paracamph This scientific preparation contains no opium co calve morphine or poisonous drugs but is n combination of pjcaslng sooth ing healing oils and If used as direct ed will provo n great loon to all suf ferers from Hay fever Summer Ca thrrb and Throat Troubles Dont lies itate try Paracamph today It has relieved nnd cured others why notr you Dont suffer this summer Try Paracamph nt once If it falls to dot what la claimed for It your money w111c be refunded Sold only In CTc roc 100 bottles Tho ParacanjpU SXx Louisville KYI U S A rOB BALE DT weN CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT List 01 Premiums of the crab orchard Fair JULY 19th 20th AND 21st 1905t1 Best Jnck 1 year old anti under 21000 Special premium by E U Sweeney salesman fbr Curry Tunis tC Norwood Wholesale Gro cers Lexington Ky 2 Best Jnck 2 years old mid under 8 10 00 Special by John A Chappell Stanford SWERlsltKi JACK HIVO 3 BeLJllck any uge2li00 Special by Took Hubble candidate for State Sen utor in counts of Lincoln Garrard Boyle and Casey 4 Best suckling colt either sex by Preston 310 to 1st 85 to 2nd special by Carroll Bailey Stanford 16 00 5 Best mare lain colt either sex 10 00 Special by G B Cooper candidate for County Court Clerk Stanford Ky ti Best lady rider 10 00 Special by D K Farris nllliH Perkins 7 Ikit Kuldle colt mare or gelding 2 years old and under 8i10 00 Special by K C Warren candidate for County Judge S Boat Imrnas colt imiro or goldlng 2 years old and tinder 8 10 00 Special by Isaac IIrriu eaudfclnt for Jailor of Lincoln County 9 Host Middle iwiro or guiding years old untl under 4 20 00 Special by T J 11111 csuididato for SlidrifT 10 test road tor niaro or gelding ejwwl stylo nnd durability considered v afi 00 Special by W 0 Speed dealer in fine Liijuore Beers and Cigars Stanfonl Ky 11 Host saddle stallion 8 your old and under 4 20 00 Special by Midway Saloon Stanford Ky Prompt service nnd nice attention to customers 12 Bat suckling mule colt either sex 10 DO Special by J S Tovis Shulby City Ky 18 Bost mule either sox year old and undor 2 16 00 Special by Embry Brothers Stanford 14 Bait mulo either sex 2 yours old ami uudur 8 Id 00 Special by M S Baughman Shorill and K B Mahony The Insurance Man Stanford 15 nest mare mule 8 years old and over 18 00 Special by 0 P King Proprietor King Hotel Crab Orchard Call on us for u good dinner duo ing the fair 10 Ilea horse mule any age i 10 00 Special premium by Henry hotter Stanford 17 Best suckling colt either sex by Chester Jewel 810 to let 85 to 2nd 1 Ifi 00 Special by John W Holme Crab Orchard 18 Harness mare or gelding 8 years old and under 4 16 00 Special by Garland Singleton candidate tor Su perintendent of Public Schools nUll W II Tray lor Distiller Stanford Ky 19 Best saddle mare or gelding any age 20 00 Special by W S Burch Candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln Stanford Ky 20 Best harness stallion 3 years old anti under 4 1500 Special by M M Perkins and T K Watson salesmen for W K Perkins nnd by Dr IV1 Edmiston Crab Orchard 21 Best span of harness mares or geldings 2500 Special by 113 Willis Manager Crab Orchard Springs Hotel Rates 82 per day Call on us during the fair 22 licit roadster stallion any age 825 to 1st 815 to 2nd 810 to 3rd style speed and durability con altleredCO00 2 a Best suckling colt either sex 10 00 Special by G II Patten Postmaster Crab Or- t chard FARMERS DEPARTMENT Henry Logan colored has a gentle horse for sale The wheat crop of Koumania prom- Ises to be the largest on record The wheat crop in Southwestern In diana has been cut short by heavy rainsFOR SALE Pair of 16hand mules years old Apply to B D Carter Stanford Ky I WANT to buy some 50 to S5 pound shoats Address R C Hockcr Stan ford R F D No2 have and will have some good young work mules and business horses for sale Josiah Bishop Hustonvillc Ky GOOD mare for sale Safe for 01 men and children to drive See or address J Randolph Harris Turnersville Ky2tTwo young shire boats for sale Mack Fisher postofflcc Crab Or chardCAfter electing George A Bain secretary the Kentucky State Fair Associa tion designated the week beginning Sept 18 and Lexington as the time and place for the annual fair FOR SALEI have a pair of mare 151 hands three old well broke Horse threcyearsoldgenI tle enough for women to drive good J H Thompson Preachers 0 ville 4 Tobacco growers of Kentucky and the departmentnot agriculturewhich show a 20 per increase in the ac the crop These are believed by them to have been Inspired by the Tobacco Trust f 1 J E Lynn sold to D N Prewitt a bunch of lambs at 6c Eighty of them averaged 80 pounds Sanders Norton shipped 1000 lambs to Louisville the past week and sold them at 5J to 7c Harrodsburg Herald Mrs G W Manning is probably the only woman engineer in Missouri Her husband operates a sawmill and for two years Mrs Manning has acted as engin eerThe United States has been invited to participate in tho Internationalcon ference relative to affairs In Morocco I f 1c 21 Best suckling cult either sex by Niibotb Jrscnson- to Naboth Jr for 1000 special by J K Beazley 12 fiO 25 Best pony under 11 hands shown in harness 10 00 Special by W A Carson candidate for Assessor l 20 Beat combined mare or gelding any ugee 2000 Special by E C Walton Editor Interior Journal 27 Beet rockaway mare or gulling 15 00t Special by Tribble k Pence Dealers in Furni ture Carpets and Wall Paper Stanford 28 Best saddle mare 4 years old and over 20 00 Special by S J Tatcm dealer in Fine Whiskies Beer Cigars Etc Main St Crab Orchard Ky 2J Best walking marc or gelding 15 00 Special by S B Buchanan Crab Orchard 30 Fancy Turnout shown by lady nnd gentleman t Consideration general appearance of rig nud oo sSprcialLancaster Ky 81 Best harness mare or gelding uuy ago 2000 Special by ValesSmith Co Distillers of Grab I Orchard Whiskio Crab Orchard Ky 82 Hon 1tcl Double team rogardlca of color tox or ownership Spwd style nnd durability consider Od 2fi 00- Sporinl by Curtis Cover the old reliable mloonvnnd hotel mm Crab Orahtml Ky 38 Smldlo Stallion anyage oO 00 KACLVG PROGRAM FIHSTDAY Iluuulng nice fur 2yonrnldi Ii furllngi 860 to Ilt 816 to 2nd 810 to 3nl87fi 00 pouudjBuluillgto fit 816 to Sad 810 to SrtIS 73 00 Colts to carry 110 pounds flllios and goldlngs 105 pounds Trotting nice mile hoots 8 In 6 for 3 minute OhM 860 to 1st 816 to 2nd H10 to 311l8 76 OOt Mule mile f mile heats 2 in 8 86 to 1st 88 to 2nd 52 to 8n1 8 10 00 a RACING PIJOG HAMSECOND DAY Running race 1 inllo dash fur 3ytnrokl and over 880 to 1st 816 to 2nd 810 to lCnl5 76 06 3yonr olds carry 100 Ibs 4 yours and over 110 lbs maras and geldings allowed 6 MM Pacing race mile hunts 3 in five lor 300mmluutu olaw 880 to 1st SIr to 2nd 810 to UnlS 75 00 Trotting nice tulle heats 8 in 5 for 226 claw 800 to 1st 825 to 2nd SIt to 8n1Mi00 00 Running race fi furlongs dash for plug horses 87 to 1st 85 to 2nd 83 to inn 8 1C 00 Running race 5 furlong dash for Shetland or J Shot land ponies 184 hands high and under all to let 84 to 2nd 8250 to 3rd 8 12 CO Given by J II Swopoand R C Nuuuollcy RACING PROGRAMIfllmD DAY Running race 6 furlongs fur 2ycarolds winner of- ht 2 year old race barredweight 110 pounds fillies and geldings allowed 5 pound 860 to lt 815 to 2nd 810 to ln187C 00 Running Frank Fehr Stake 11 miles for 8year olds andover 800 to let 825 to 2nd 815 to 8n1dl00 00 8 year olds carry 100 Ibs 4 years and over 110 Ibs mares and geldings allowed 6 lb Trotting or Pacing frcator all mile heats l rest 3 in 6 800 to 1st 825 to tad 815 to IIn18100 00 Mule race mile dash 85 to let S3 to 2nd82 to 1rcJS 10 00 Gentlemens Roadster race li miles dash for buggy Nurses or mares that have never been trained 4 or raced before 812 to 1st S K to 2nd 85 to 3rd 825 00 To he driven by amateurs to buggies or runabouts Given by Buster Fife Richmond Ky II To popularize their now business in now buildings with New Stools and New Lines being added CoTIIUSTONVILLE Asks you to call and you will bo convinced that they can 1 feather your neatuin f I- yi