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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w tr 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL N VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 7 1905 NO 37 IFARMERS DEPARTMENT Foil SAIl of lG hand mules CarterStanfordI have and will have some young work mules and business horsea for sale Josiah Bishop Huatonvllle Ky Wanted 30 acres of grass land well watered and near Stanford Want to graze hogs on It John G Lynn Jr Stanford Jesse Carpenter of tho West End sold to Durham Cecil of Danville n carload of Aberdeen Angus heifers at 41c NEIWASKA Roll a Wo have three IJcar loads of grade Pcrchcron mares to fveyear olds They will arrive about July 6th C III Kerr on the J F Cook farm Wo will have a carload of good Western mare and geldings at tho stock pens at the depot on Saturday tand Monday next See them If you a good horse cheap E P Woods SottSFoil SALK Dignity Dare Red Leaf Golddust and Naboth Blue Eyes nnllI Dock Pray maloa and fomalos out orI registered broad mares Ponies and Indian ponies broke and ready to drive lock Box 101 Stanford Ky 6 reward for tho return of a pure bred Shorthorn helter about ono year old weight to 600 Pounds HOOI with horns ubout three inches long and very small notch in tip endW rightcar A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Moist AUCTION tOO head Wodnes day July 12 Percheron Coach Mor gar bred two to four years old most of them unbranded Come where youI can buy good horses at the highest bidder Sale iKgliw promptly at 10 A u under cover J F Cook Co Union Stock YunLJ Lexington Ky Col G A Main auctioneer The monthly crop report of the State Agricultural Department shows that Athe cultivation of corn and tabacco has been retarded by tho rains that there is a decrttetJ acreage of dark tobacco an Increased acreage of Burley n decreased prosicctlvo yield of wheat and a nearly normal pros pective yield of oats uuUuUu It Is said that State Auditor linger 2 has refused to tho claims of the witnesses for tho Commonwealth in lheI recent trial of Janus Hargls in Lexing Jett and Al ton and as a result Sam bert S Johnson are out about 3000 The claim has been mado by the Aud itor that the list presented to him for payment has been padded and that in r several Instances the names of some were on the list who had never even been there during tho trial of the cnlleI Jctt and Johnson made it their busi ness to buy up the claims of the Commonwealth witnesses nt a small dis count anti later send them to the Aud itor for Hcttlemcnt In nearly every In stance a witness would sell his claim rather than wait until the convenience of the Auditor to pay One Dollar Saved Presents Ten Dollars Earned The average man does not save to oxcwd 10 pCI cent of his earnings He must spend nine dollars In living ex penses for every dollar saved That being tho case ho cannot lit too care ful about unnecessary expenses Very often a few tents properly Invested like buying seeds for hU garden will save several dollars outlay later on It In tho same In buying Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemo dy It costs but four cents and u bottle of It In tho house oftyn saves a doctors bill of several dollars For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard A Glasgow dispatch says Virgil Mead ows began his observance of tho Glorious Day of Independence a little bit too early and is now at his homo nure Ing a badly wounded body anti arm About daylight he went to the house of James Hulsey and asked for Hulseys daughter to take her to n picnic hut p sey ordered him to leave and as Meadows stood upon tho order ofgoing Hulsey opened with a shotgun and Meadows was riddled with bird shot In his loft arm and side Hulsey was taken to jail and Meadows did not go tp the picnic lieI presume you carry a memento of some kind In that locket of yours ShoPreclsely It is a lock of my husbands hair He But your husband Is still alive SheBut his hair is all gone Judge When you want u pleasant laxative that Is easy to take and certain to act use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets For salo by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Riches dont make one happy That Is no kilo joke But listen to this my chappic Neither does being broke n KINGSVILLE The new trestle over Fishing Creek will soon be completed School begins hero Monday next Dr Warren will teach again Walter Milburn of Stanford was the guest of his uncles here Mrs James Hoy and son have returned to Lcxing ann Rev H If Noel filled his regular ap pointment at Pleasant Point Sunday Rev Carman filled his appointment at the hall Sunday Mrs Robin Rignoy has been ill but is very much improved Dom to the wife of George Gaines u tine girl Master Will McCnrty is visiting relatives nt Bowling of Crittcnden and Miss Mary Sweeney of this place were married recently nt Ludlow and have located there In our next wo expect to chronicle tho marriage of a very pop ular young couple the bride n fair Highland lassie tho groom ono of our most estimable young men A crowd of 22 men and three boys left hero at daylight Monday morning- on a 10 mile drive After reaching their destination they encamped with the in tention of remaining three days but tho hard rains somewhat marred their pleasure and they returned on the evening of the lth However they had a large tent plenty of refreshments nnd caught lots of fish They had music and n general good time Following Is a partial list of those who formed tho fishing party Dr C M Thompson Charles Wells Manfred Chevolette Dan and Will Hester Mr Traylor of Stanford Steve Reynolds Lon Rigney Green Murphy Major nail Iat Smith Cicero Murphy H P Haugh Ernest and Earl Flint Oliver Smith and oth ersJohn Singleton and daughter Miss Bessie are III with typhoid fever Tom Carney engineer was called to Louis ville on account of his bfother ip law being killed while braking Clyde Campbell has returned from a visit to Lexington Mr and Mrs W R Campbell and little Miss Lucllo are visiting In Lexington Miss Ida Waters returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in Cincinnati Mrs Sarah Waters entertain ed a number of friends nt dinner on tho 4th Miss Grace and Master Russell Thompson are visiting their grandpar ents at Clarence Miss Kflle Webb is tho guest of Miss Nannie Terrell Dunn Miss Ida Sweeney nnd Master Oliver Smith made a short visit to South Fork Mrs Eliza Hart and sons of Cumberland Falls are visiting her mother Mrs Ann Blankenship Dave Hicks is quite sick Mr Woodatl of Science Hill was here Monday J E Creighton is night operator here Mrs Wm Lane was here Saturday A New Orleans dispatch says D F Evans the Kentucky toy of Buena Vista Ky who left Cleveland last May with tho intention of walking 10 000 miles for n wager of 15000 was accidentally killed tonight about 25 miles from Vicksburg Miss Tho re volver which Evans always carried In the wheelbarrow which he was required by the terms of the wager to push tho entire distance fell out and was exploded as ho was passing over a rough piece of road The bullet struck Evans in the abdomen Tho young man was able to reach a farmhouse a short distance away but before med ical assistance could bo secured he diet The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris Is that they have discovered diamond cure fur consumption If you fear con sumption or pneumonia it will how over best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T Me Gee of Vunleor TennIII had a cough for 14 years Nothing helped me un til I took Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effected a permanent euro Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard price 0c nllll guaranteed Trial bottle free First CItizenThat new neighbor of ours Mrs Jones seems an illnatured sortSecond Citizen How so First CitizenWhy I called her up on tho telephone yesterday and asked her if she had an idea were her hus band was staying and she rang off without answering me Second CitizenI dont wonderhos dead rllarpers Weekly Forced To Starve 11 F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I Could not sal After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklcris Arnica Salvo Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Q L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Only 25c A magnificentuestatue William McKinley was at Chicago z1 J NEWS NOTES Lieut Gen Ridigcr has been appoint ed Minister of War of Russia Duncastle the old Van Meter home In Fayette county was burned Marvin Hart knocked out Jack Root in a 2Cround bout nt Reno Neb The New Southern Hotel at Dawson Springs burned causing a 3000 loss Seven persons were killed by tho col lapse of a bridge on tho Mexican Cen tral railway The Goodrich Ont Transit Cos elevator valued nt 200000 was destroyed by fire Prof Curie tho discoverer of radium has been made a member of tho French Academy of Sciences Fire destroyed the largo broomstraw warehouse owned by the Mason Foard Company at Frankfort French nnd American squadrons in the harbor of Cherbourg joined in cele brating the 4th of July James R Penn n real estate anti in surance agent committed suicide nt Fulton Mo with poison The silver cup in tho Bluegrass cham pionship trap shoot was won at Mt Sterling by W G Greeno of Mnys ville A combination of 25 coal companies of Indiana controlling 29000 acres of coal lands has been formed nt Pitta burgTho New York residence of James J Higginson banker was robbed of diamonds jewelry and silverware valued nt 25000 It is estimated that over 200 persons were drowned in the flood at Guanajua to Mexico The property loss is esti mated at 2000000- In accord with the wishes of the late Secretary Hays family the services at his funeral at Cleveland were very sim pie and unostentatious While a Posse was looking for the Negro assailant of Mrs Sam C Ed wards at Yorktown Ark the husband ran across him alone and shot him to deathFour men were killed outright and seven others so seriously wounded that some of them will die by the explosion of a threshing machine engine near Axton Va- According to dispatches received by a Chicago newspaper from 150 cities of tho United States 36 persons were killed and 1677 injured by Fourth of July accidents Mrs Thomas M Gilmore was killed by a Louisville and Nashville freight train in Crescent Hill at almost the same spot where her nephew met a similar fate 10 years ago The dead body of William Gander who shot four persons including his wife at Cincinnati was found in the woods of the East End there Tuesday Ho probably committed suicide The excessive heat which has been prevailing throughout Europe has caused more than 100 deaths in Germany where a temperature of 107 In the shade has been reached at midday The Industrial Workers of the World a new Socialist labor Organization formed at Chicago has barred from membership militiamen policeman deputy sheriffs and other officers of the law Thp native Christians at Canton China have formulated a petition to President Roosevelt protesting against tho Chinese exclusion act Placards have been posted In Canton urging u boycott on American goods The First National Bank of Topeka Kansas which dosed its doors Monday morning will not resume business ac cording to the statement of a man well Informbd about its affairs It is said however that all the depositors will be paid within a month It is now believed tho mob which forced Its way into tho Russcllville jail was a rescue party instead of one bent on lynching the men accused of the Gladder assault Jim Lyon supposed to have been taken from the jail nnd hanged was found hiding in the prison The dispensary system of South Carolina established by Senator Tillman is said to be In great danger overthrow at the hands of the people who have thocorrurtlonwhlchIlhave adopted a local prohibition policy anti Il probability that many more will follow Tillman prepared to make a most vigorous cam to save the institution which he created Bent Her Double III knew no one lor four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Plttshurg PaHand when I go better although I had one of tho best doctors I could get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible af fiction I was rescued by Electric Bit leIs which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as over They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to euro stoma h liver and kidney disorders at O L Pennys Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard price 60o ILANCASTER fine young horse from J A Ross for 400 A twoinch pipe has been run from tho water works plant to the fair groundsThe base ball team de tented tho Lancaster boys by a score of 12 to 3 Tuesday Mrs Ada Kinnaird has been appointed administratrix of the estate of her husband the late Robert Kinnaird The union meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening Bro Tinder will preach the sermon Farmers have the wheat crop well in hand though the rain has delayed the work Tho crop will turn out bet ter than was expected A large crowd witnessed the decora tion services by tho Odd Fellows Sun day afternoon The Sermon by Bro Tinder was exceptionally fine A delightful impromptu dance was given at the Mason Hotel Monday evening the music being furnished by a pianola now on exhibition here About 15 couples participated Mrs Frazcc of Maysvillo is the guest of Mrs H C Jennings J P Grand of Waco Texas is here on a business trip Mrs Clare Witwcr and children lire visiting in Owensville Miss Margaret Hacklcy of George town College is the guest of Lancas ter relatives Mrs D M Lackey has returned from a visit to tho family of Col Caperton nt Richmond CEDAR CREEKBlackberries are plentiful in this section Miss Maude Boweh was with the home folks Sunday Mrs Leach is with her daughter Mrs Bailey Miss Annie Ware is with relatives here C G Ware of Turners ville was here this week There was no Sunday school at Sugar Grove Sunday on account of rain Mrs Chandler visited her mother this week William Adams of Gnrrard was with Mr Soard last week A very interesting meet ing Is being held at Hebron Bros Jones and Jordan are doing the preach ing Rev Hutchings of Preachers vllle will preach at Sugar Grove on the fourth Sunday at 11 oclock There will be a box supper at Sugar Grove Satur day night July 16 the proceeds to go towards a Xmas tree Everybody in vited to come and bring a box The young men arc invited to come and bring their pocketbooks and help a good causeim not so particular about speed but I must have a gentle horse re peated Mr Green My wife wants to drive you see Will you warrant this horse to be safe- Certainly said the dealer reassur ingly Hes a regular ladys horse You are sure hos not afraid of any thing asked Mr Green anxiously and for the 10th time The dealer assumed an air of reflec tion Well there is one thing that he has always appeared to be afraid of ever since I got him he admitted consci entiously It seems as if hes scared to death for fear some ono might say Whoa and he not hearit Youths Companion A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a mmllclno which will relieve their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings Now Ufo Pills They lire a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipation 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard rIn a certain West Virginia town is a Mayor who has distinguished himself An Italian committed suicide by drowning A reward of 50 was offered for his body which was found Of tho 130 In the dead mans pockets tho find er received his reward and the Mayor confiscated the rest as a fine because tho Italian had broken the law by com mitting suicide The dead mans father protested and the Mayor fined him for contempt of court OLD POINT COMFORT AND TilE SEA StloitEC 0 Route Friday July 14 12 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Morehead Trains leave Lexington at 1120 A M and 845 p M Tickets will be good returning until July 23 Engage sleeping car space now Enquire of your agent for full partic ulars or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky LtNow Now Is tho time to buy Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It Is certain to bo needed sooner or later and when that time comes you will need Itbadlyyoll will need It quickly Buy it now It may save Ufo For salo by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard The State Capitol Commission has fixed Tuesday August 1 for receiving and for the construction of tho new Capitol building Great Clearing saleI No1 for 10 days beginning MONDAY JULY 10 1905 This sale is the beginning of n series of sales which will give the buy ing public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities they ever had This is not the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purchases last Spring were very large the accumulation of Odds and Ends and broken lots is naturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to carry any goods over from one season to another Wo inaugurate this great selling event and invite every one within a dole ride of my store to come and join in the greatest of bargain feasts Tell your friends and neighbors that Mens 815 Suits arc cut to 81018 1200 Suit to 8808 810 Suits to 8718 8750 Suits to 8518135 Suits to 8308 Also Youths and Boys Suits Odd Pants Dry Goods Shoes limits mud Cup Ladies and Gents Furnish ings will go accordingly SAl ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Twine Machine Oil Champion Binders Mowers and Hay Rakes i W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY The IFinancialCITIZENS BANK IOF BRODHEAD KY Offers to the People a Safe and Conservative Banking System 1Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited 11 Give us your business and wo guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay JJ per cent interest on all deposits of 8100or more when left in the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months J1 J W HUTCHESON Cashier Hot Weather Now is the time that every thins needs water I can put you in a pump that will the bottom of the earth with more ease than any pump made Tin roofing will last longer than any roof and costs very little more See me about any kind of metal worK 1hone7Allparties indebted to me are expected to settle promptly p JULY THE 1ST fThis notice gives you ample time to arrange for settlement on or before that date Itemized account may be seen at tho store Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phoue No 13 tanford Kentucky W E Perkins Store Ie Is Headquarters for Fountain Shirts at 81 to 8150 nothing better for the money Fatuous Shirts 50c Have no equal at the priceJOuste5n t Rice neckwear uptodate stuff Clcnett Peabodys Col- Lars anti Cuffs They leailjiu quality and style W E Perkins Crab OrcblrdKy t tpx The Interior Journal E C WALTON i DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For BepreicntntlTO J M ALVERSON f For Bounty Judge R C WARREN For County Attorney t W S BURCH Aror Sheriff VrjEFF HILL 8R For County Cleric GEORGE COOPERr i For Assessor i W A CARSON For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer i W HERRIN IN view of the largo and ever in creasing deficit in the National Treasury Secretary Shaw will it is said recommend that the stamp taxes 01 some of them imposed during the wai with Spain be restored The people oughtnt to stand for such imposition IIPresent taxes would be more than to pay the expenses of the Government if it was not administered with lavishness and recklessness War taxes in these piping times of peace r ought to forever damn the party in powerITilE rural free delivery will create a heavy deficit in the postal revenue for the current fiscal year There is f no complaint however The taxpay ers of the United States to do not com plain of burdens imposed upon them when they are satisfied that they get their moneys worth in the service t rendered A proper rectification of rates on secondclass matter and a proper cutting down of the cost of the postal service rendered by the railways would make good the temporary deficit THE next big celebration will be the Jamestown Centennial in 1907 andI States are already making appropria tions for exhibits Connecticut last week appropriated 26000 As this celebration is to occur amid the scenes i of the revolution and Civil wars it will i prove the most interesting the series Besides there will be the old Virginia welcome and hospitality to draw people from all quarters of the country AN expert on the subject discusses as follows in the Louisville Times On account of the heat and the humidity the Fourth of July is one of the most unpropitious days upon the calendar for getting drunjc You may not realize this today but you may realize it tomorrow FAILURE to secure an advance of 2 cents an hour caused 2250 woodworkers in Chicago to go on a strike An the employers state that they will remain closed indefinitely rather than accede to the demand this labor un ion for once seems to have overreached itself THE pardon by the presideut of N S 4Kendigand W M Jacobs the Penn was a great surprise to the officials of the Treasury Department who say the men were dangerous criminals Teddy ought to go slow with his pardons THE mooneyed editors of the Dan Iyille News think they saw a cross of light color in the moon the other nightI but we suspect it was the reflection from Stanfords splendid electric lights t POLITICAL The Jim Crow law passed by theI Tennessee Legislature became effective WednesdayIt that the president has oft fered the position of Secretary of Statec to Elihu Root and that he will acceptc Senator R A Alger of Michigan has announced that he will not be at candidate for reelection to the Senate owing to his poor health Gov Douglas of Massachusetts has issued an order to the effect that I military officers of the State of Mas t sachusetts arc forbidden the use of horses which have docked tails It is believed at the State Depart ment that the secretaryship will almost I certainly be offered to Elihu Root and in the event he declines that Joseph Choate will be tendered the office At the Tammany Fourth of July cel ebration a letter from Alton B Parker was read in which he declares that the tMue should be the divorce of business aBdp6Iitica That old issues are dead he says is a gratutious assumption Notice of contest by J D Wyatt against Paul Heflin for the Democratic nomination for member of the General Assembly from Fleming county was filed with Chairman Lewis McQuown of the State Central and Executive Committees Negotiations for the Japanese loan of 150000000 with the tobacco 1onoioly M a security have been completed I IL iI n Here and There Telegraph operators on the Great Northern and Northern Pacific rail roads have issued an ultimatum which must be complied with by July 8 or they will strike Texas towns were swept by atornad Wednesday Fourteen persons wert killed and many others were injures At Montague the death list is nine and the number of injured is unknowr Gov Bcckbam refused to interfere In the case of George Holland colored sentenced to be hanged at Hopkinsvill Friday morning A numerously signed petition to the Governor asked for a commutation of the sentence John J Milliken assignee J A Me Goodwin Banking Company at Franklin has filed suits against the shareholders to recover 20000 which he allege in his petition was dividends paid out of money belonging to depositors National Bank examiners have bee appointed as receivers for the Spring Valley National Bank and the First National Bank of Toluca III Their suspension is due to the failure of C J Deulin who was president of Hjth of them The mutinous Russian battleship Knlaz Potemklne arrived at Thcodosi Wednesday The crew summoned the town council on board the vessel and demanded coal and provisions under pain of bombardrnenL The city had n coal but agreed to furnish provisions The crew issued a declaration of rebellion Pursuit of the vessel has beer abandoned as the Russian government believes it will soon run its course Six tyseven ringleaders of the mutiny of the Georgi Pobledonosetz atOdessawill probably be shot Additional Local FOR the finest Hydrangeas in Lincoln county apply to M E Pruitt or Pruitt Bros Moreland Ky Prices from 25c to 10 AT a meeting of the city council last night a number of claims were allowed and W P Rice Co granted liquor license TilE L N will run an excursion train to Louisville Sunday week 16th at 175 roundtrip Train leaves Stan ford depot at 6 oclock A M special coaches for white people JULY 1st has come and gone and you have not paid for your INTERIOR JouR- NAL yet Our collector will call on you in a day or two Be prepared to pay him or if you get a statement givcit prompt attention THE Central Kentucky Medical Society will convene in the parlor of the Gilcher Hotel Danville Thursday July 20th at 10 A M Dr Joshua T Wes ley of Middleburg essayist subject Scarlet fever Dr Thomas Price of Harrodsburg essayist in surgery sub ject Aetiology Pathology and treat ment of Fractures of the Patella Vol untary by Dr J G Carpenter of Stan ford Appendicitis a Local Disease Early Diagnosis and first Hour Sur gery Cure all CasesDelay and Complications Kill Members are especially requested to be present Voluntary papers pathological specimens and ana tomical drawings Be present and bring a colleague with you J G Carpenter secretary protem IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary Hughes aged 77 dropped dead at Nicholasville Sam Landy who was struck by a NeI gro named Ed Williams IS at the point of death at Danville W J Armstrong one of Russell countys wealthiest citizens died at Creelsboro su4denly of heart failure John Marshall who killed his little playmate Pete Crockett also colored was held in 500 bail at Hurrodsburg The boiler of the saw mill of Hawley Pugate in Knox county exploded and young Fugate and Wilson were instant ykilledA Miller has leased the Richmond Climax and will conduct it hereafter his own responsibility without changing its policy however The body of Henry Hart of Grays station Knox county was found on J he railroad track near a bridge in Bell ounty He had been dead some time The general merchandise store of Mien Wilkinson near White Oak on creek Casey county was struck jy lightning and building and en ire stock of merchandise were consumed The loss is about 2500 with no insurance CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon at 330 Epworth Leaguers are flocking into Denver the international onventlonThe Methodist church at Nashville was destroyed by fire The church was corned in 1879 Rev Dr Cornelius Woelfkin one of the foremost Baptist Ministers of Brooklyn has resigned his charge to enter the evangelistic field Our basket meeting Sundaynight was a grand success nd the receipts from all ources amounting to 17422London Local of the ojdest and bestknownminters In this section of the State is dangerously ill at his home at PerryvWe causes ncident to old age rit MATRIMONIAL John and William Chappell brother celebrated the glorious fourth by mnr tying Misses Ida and Maggie Grifii daughters of D C Griffin Garfield Singleton and Miss Lillie Ball drove over from near Eubanks to celebrate the 4th by having two madc one Rev R R Noel assisted J B Gooch and lady provided Lets see l Wasnt there some trouble at n church social out in your neighborhood recently enquired the able editor of the Polkville Ark ClarionNope returned Mr Tut Springe a citizen of the Possum Trot bailiwlc who had percolated into the sanctum No trouble ntall Deacon Peddico tromped on the Rev Jim Jonks toe In the midst of a game of Spin the Plate and the preacher licked him for it till 1he couldnt hardly gap That was all Puck Auntie to her young ticsGustw- hat I know Marytheres a little baby brother upstairs He came this morning when you were asleep Mary Did he Then know who brought himit was the milkman AuntieWhat do you mean Mary Mary Why I looked at the sign onI his cart yesterday and it said Famij lies supplied daily Harpers Good for Stomach Trouble and Constipation Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets have dune mo u great deal of good says C Towns of Hat Port ago Ontario Canada Being a mill physic the alter effects are not unpleasant and I can recommend then to all who suffer from stomach dlsor der For sale by Lyne Bro Cral Orchard Ky The late Baron Alphonso de Roths child left 600000 to bd expended in charities of various kinds without dis tinction of religion The threeyearold son of Charle Carroll near O wa frightened to death by the neighing of a hOrlleIkilled outright and injured in mine explosion at Connellsville Pa Capt Edward Bishop has been elects 1to fill out the unexpired term of he Mayor at Lancaster- A Barbourville dispatch says an SOO barrel oil well was drilled in Steu benville section of Wayne The third bad fire at Nashville insid of 10 days destroyed property worth rover 135000 S B Kline of Auburn was killed by a horses kick QlUltCKItLY UEIOKTOKTdE McKinney Deposit Bank at the clOMe of bailees ou June SOth 1805 RESOURCES Loans anJ DIKouns11133nloer- ulIsaenlfd II Banks 77275 tankers S o00o 00 t ooo 00 LoJ 556 3 Other Real Estate 0oo g- oJOIrjfSj oooo 00 a o ooo Other Stocks an J nJIM oooo SpecieCurrency 2715 86 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried n Cash Furniture nJ Fixtures tS IFun4 to TunMCurrentJlpenwLuQuu1n f 11931 C Give description location value and how long owned all oat estate excett banking house any lot any owneJ lodg er than live ytats LIABILITIES SlockpUlnlnCAhM 4 7VX a- burrlusFund Undivided Profits 1334u Due Depositors as followsvli Ixtrsltssutecl to check on which Interest Is not uIJI4216 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is paLl ooooo ou sonlime ooooo ta which Interest Is toil oo lavlngs deposits on which In terest Is palJ to 000 00 Certified Checks ogooo Due National Dank ooooo Due State Hanks and Hankers 00 coo ue Trust Companies 00 oo ooooo Jihltrs Checks outstanding 5 oo Illls rediscounted ooooo 00 Unp11J dividends ooooo raxesJueanl unpaid 00 tea 00 Japltal stock not pall 7400 00 SUPPLEMENTARY Ighest amount of Indebtedness of any tockholder person company or firm III lu4ing In lIblllly the company or firm the liability of the Individual rnem bell or Indirectly If such ndehtedncss exceeds topercent of cap tal stock actually pall In and actual mount of surplus of the tank None low Is Indebtedness stated In above Item secured See Sec sly Ky Statutes tlKhest amount of Indebtedness of any Irector or officer amount of such In ebtedness exceeds 10 per cent pf paid up capital stock of bank SI 250 Sec s l Kentucky Statutes low Is same secured Mirtige on eat mounl of Indebtedness of any erson company or firm Including In the ability of the company or firm the llabll y of the individual members thereof ex ceeJfo per cent of paldup capital and surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend June SOta 224 Were all expenses losses Interest nd taxes deducted therefrom before di hung dividend ash was not less man 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the erlod covered the dividend carried to be surplus funs before tall dividend was eeured Yes See Sep soft Kentucky Statutes I319J4 62 STATE OF KENTUCKY aunty of LincolnS SS O U Uarrlson Cashier of McKinney Deposit isuk a bank located and doing business la the uwn of McKinney In saMcounty being duly s the Is In all respects a true state aent of the condition of said at the close of iuslness on the SOlh day of Jun ioo3 to the best 01 his knowledge and belief and further says that the uslness of sail tank has been transacted at the xatlon names and not elsewhere and that the above eport Is made In compliance with an official notice re elvedfrom the Secretary of State designating the 30Ib day of Jun tool aUthe day on which such be made UARMKON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to btfnra tee br O O HurlanD CUblr tilt 1st d or com dwIoa eapires Jan 25 JiJTAllllca Notary Public 8 M Owes J W Bailey and W A Cofrty PL recOn a 1 REMNANTS w 4 We find we have a lot of Out of Style Menst Ladies and Childrens Low Shoes and Slippers f Quality good but style off We dont want them Iand have made a price to move them quick Theyj are BARGAINS if you are not looking for styli Better get them while you can 4qvaft w 4 JIIFOR SALE I Iurw Imtl He rk hlrt nnd K ntliclou n riliwp Al oli uli Kriulv yinrlltut lucks J rt CnriwnttT Ilu tonvlllt Ky FOR SALE I Kin ihrlnkir tlrv IxMider tilncksmltli lilowtrtixlo RUiiueiiiortlclnuinnrliio rut IKT tlru timchlnt and touli too numerous to invntlon nll on or ml dnas Itox Nortl ilnywiKKl K- yNOTICE fktuto uf the lobe- Jnaars111MN ncKtunrywill itrrnlly olilliit liy settling MIIIUI nt vrry st co lIICt Tho hlllnl lIllml n slut tint IIII tutu will Innt them nmiwrly vrrlthil- Mlfrt J IK 11K1JollI Hnt your rolti cna trntvtl tiy T F GROSS lrvnchersvtIeKy- tilt wcll known III trntor of horses and horse doctor Hulls fnctlou Runrnntwit NOTICE Lincoln Circuit Court Ilalntin I in- FCuuunbteodnirclulixreoduntc Mo tlc All claim nentiut till prectatf tlhcmtolitobrfotktlItutiprol crly provuii Iliilnu nut tltiiti wilt riot lw ullowi l FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J II Htcphvnn formerly of Lincoln coittrty will cnl on fnrniir nod cltiren 1IflllI with n full line of IIrlltcln fruit nrnnmcntnl nnd khndu taws The nun o llro Co t ItocluHtiT N Ynru lb- rrcognlrerllcadcrein this lion In tills coun try All truo to narue rim bya rnili capital of over fljniv uu with 15 scree under iictunl niiTMTy eu thllIolI nivolilm a trlnl Ho will In iutvi finrrnnl Mndlson anti Lincoln iurlnK tht followlnit few weeks MCKINNEY ROLLER MILLS KcZtnney SyT- JInvlnit ought the McKlnnoy HollrMIIU unit svcurwl the sirvlcw of Mr W M Dud Uernr tin inlllcr I fflwurrant ed in olTcrii to tho n mlirwToiitl to stone Ingrlndhlgorwork oftinykind The- snuchlnery is 110 rlmlr und the pro duct of It tnndvcrond to none In tills tloll Cuitoiii Rrlndlnit u ntxclnlty I will nUo keep on hued cool of nil klndu which I will sell tit the lowest nmrktl price Iluy- Fetd EtcnlwttSs In tock I want to buy your whlnt nntl sty you thu hlgltes cusp rnarkrt Price for ItjJ rUHIIIY McKinney Ky SALE OF STOCKS AND laNDS onul rtprewntntlve of J H Hole lnionATec Wtllllt v on HiUtir IIny duly 811cO In front of thu eourt hour In soli nt lIc outcry 17 shares of CHpUnl stock of oIntlolllllllnllk of inncneter of stock of Ultlzen Natlonnl lhutk of lamcnter a5 shores of stock of nnd McchiinlCH1 Hank of Colunibus On15sharesof stock of Fourth National Hank of Coliiiiilm On t Imndi Nv 3nnd npnr value puciieh of Lnncnti ttr Water Works Co Mats ANN V HOIIINHON KxccutrU J 0 HoniJtHOX Executor THE VERDICT I Kereendoorwlndowscreens nod screen lng mue lulU ExtensionItrnck Curtains Khud Pule lortkrree- Brushest etc removewateeretuefroinrtitorti section Cllrpet nnd Paper Boor Windows Paper Paint Vnrnls KnnmuU Ilctureii KrnnudHtulnl UIIIII Ruggles New und Furniture OOllle you cnn Old W6 do not Oootl idv- Excellenttundertakingequipm eniundfeed tubber TlrlnllPlenty dyne Pruitt BrothersMoreland Kj tJ J JB Walker Carter Foster Oooch Cummins BrightIt Experience Teaches Experience tis said keeps dear schoolthe tuition Domes lilsh but the lessons learned are never forgotten The wise however are willing profit by tho experience of others When the painterman tells you that Mastic Mixed PaintTIle xlnr fat Last It mixed better than ho can mix paints by hand that they arc pure sure and durable that they five the best poulblo results In beauty and finish and will not crack peel or chalk ofllhalllkl voice el esperkneetho lesson taught IsII buy Nestle MUttf Paint save money MsnufseturoJ by rEASLEEGAULHERT CO INCORPORVTED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY FOIPI BALE NY AIr PENNYS DRUG STORE First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock f50000 This Institution was originally ettkbllihed ai the Deposit flank of In 1191 then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford ID 18S5 and again reorganized ai the Fleet National Baik of Stanford la 181 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It li better supplied now with facilities for transact lag Dullness promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accouats of Individuals fiduciaries aid Cer eratloas Seltclttd II es- et Directors PMUB J B Owiley 8 H Shanks W O Oeo W j B L 0 wH H Shanks a therein to Successors to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under same for 86 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNTH- oping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial J S Murphy Son Hcdgeville Kentucky invite you to Inspect their stock of goods nnd get their prices They want a bare your patronage will It It good good nt low prletIfewhat youwant them B call 41Ky Officers J IIOOKEK Ptesl flT lUiiHU V liesJ- 511c1tO1tE1tT8 Ohr W II WRAKENAutOhri Directors r Held Danville T Hurls Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M n Elmore 811 Bauchman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jss Robinson Hubbl J n Banchman Stanford J II Iettus Stanford O B Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 90000 management continuously Officers H BIIANKB l President J L Paxton a Vice President W M BRIGHTt Cashier WiO WALKER Aist Cashier McKinney Woolen Millsr NcKlnnay Kentucky VlnnnelJlhtnket nliowlnRtheinformationilgentswanted f t a 6 Lawn rust colors IJJc r l j3tnil colon 4c jfp awl fio Calicoes 1 lo c Sea Leland Cotton a8 inches Ole lOo Lung Cloth finest Blench Cotton 7c lUc Lawn nllcolori Co f 1 Co and Uflo Lawns lIe Mo Molmlw Me 75c Tnlile Linen 48c Ufic Finq Organdies 17c Perhaps what you want Is on the Ilcmnnnt Canter if It h its cheap t L SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY STANTOIHI Kv JfIY 7 1005 JUSTIC to o1t and to sician demands tho best materials anti i most careful service In preparing his That lit the way pro l DrutPERSONALS MR A P HKACKKTT has bran quite sick MK J S OWBLEY Jit went to Lour isville Wednesday Miss IUA HOLDAM of Crab Orchard is with friends here MISS HUNT of Winchester is the guest of tho Mimes neck MR8K 0 SINOIKTGN und children arc visiting in tho East End Miss MONDAY of Athens Ga wua i the guest of Miss Jennie Lynn MR JOHN It FAHRIS of Lexington spent Tuesday with ricnda here DR TILORN SINGLETON of McKinney is down with typhoid fever MR KICIIAKO GKNTHY of Lexington spent several days with friends here MR A G FAULKNER is at home from Greensboro N c to upend several week Mta S J TATBM of Crab Orchard was here yesterday with Mrs W P Hcrrin liON II KIRIIY HOUIINK of Now Cattle has joined his wife at Mw Lou ShanfciEuttnt GliUlANP of this place be Kan teaching the Pleasant Point school 4 lomlny MRS J E CLADNCII and son Joseph i of Somerset are with Mr and Mra J E Lynn M1S3R3 rTIE AND MAUOAIUrr SAM SON of Mercer lire with tho Insets Newland Dit Huuo MAIXJH anti wife of Louis vine were guests of Dr and Mrs 0 B Fallls Miss NANSIK KENNEDY of Knoxville Is spending a few days with tho home folks heroP- RKRTON LANIIAM went to Knoxville yesterday to take a position in a ma chine shop r MR W J DOZIFK now of Lebanon Tcnn has joined his wife und son nt Mr E T Pences PROP M 0 WINFREY of Middles z bore will conduct the Adair Teachers Institute next week MIlS AMKUA COULTFR of Danville is with Mrs J T lllngaman in the Preachcrsvillo section Miss LUCILR CooiER left Tuesday for Morganton N C to attend the convention of oral teachers TILL C E WOODS and daughter y Mamie Miller are at Crab Orchard Springs Klchmond Climax STTKIK UAHKY is at homo from Lou isville where he graduated from the Hospital College of Medicine returnedMiss OPHELIA CHANCELLOR Wedneodny from n protracted visit to friends in Fnyetto and other counties Mn GEORGE n HARRIS who is tell graphing at McKlnnoy Texas spent several days with his many friends hero MISSES MARY MORTON AND GATHER INC AiiNOLn of Versailles aro guests of Miss Claudia Eaton and other friends MR II G COOK and family arrived from Knoxville yesterday to visit the family of Mr A U McKinnoy in the West End loin J T UnowN and pretty tlaugh ter Miss Bertn Brown of the Pleasant Point section were callers at this office Wednesday MR WILLIAM MONK and bride returned from their bridal tour Tuesday g and are nt Crab Orchard Springs for the summer MR EUGENE W BRIG liTot Dan vine was hero Wednesday advertising which will bo the great Danvillo Fair pulled off Aug 2 3 4 whose MR E SnELIIY CARPENTER visit hero has been greatly enjoyed by his scores of friends left Tuesday for i his homo at Seguin Texas YAGER and son WJWR AND MRS and Miss Florence Myers came up from i + to visit the fam t UydfMrWMliright MRS VIRGINIA FARRAR and Miss Ma ry Farrar mother and sister oUlrst M Orner went to Louisville Wednesday to spend a few days Little Miss Vriginla Omer accompanied them MRS W P WALTON and little Miss Mary Mltler Walton who have been t visiting at HonJ S Owsleys returned Wednesday William to Lexington and OwtleyWalton will remain several days longer LILLIE MCCIARY is at home Ilhas Jot HARDIN has returned from n visit to Corhin friends WEAKEN HUOIIES came home from Ml Vernon yesterday quite sick THE Misses Lutes left this Inornlng to visit relatives in Paris nnd Lexing tonMiss VIRGINIA LYNAM of Louts yule is visiting her aunt Mrs J Swope MRS S S YANTIS nnd little daughter of Indiana aro with Miss Bessie Yantis MRS C L COYER of Corbin came down yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs John Meier MRS MACK RICHARDSON and child ren of Apalachic Va arrived yeater day to visit her sister Mrs Jesse Car penter In the West End MISSES LINDA MILLEn Josephine Warren Nettle Beck Bessie T and Ellso Englcmnn leave tonight for Morganton N C to attend the convention or tho deaf and dumb GEO D FLORENCE who has bees threatened with blood poisoning is out of danger lie scratched his tinge some weeks ago and it looked for awhile as If the member would have to be am putatedMR MORGAN V SMITH who has been with his nephew Mr M S Bnughman left yesterday for his home at Van AI styne Texas Although 75 years old he is in perfect health and is as erect and active ns many men 35 years his junior Lila relatives and friends great ly enjoyed his stay with them LOCALS SAVE money for all watch clock and jewelry repairs by consulting It Fcnicl Phone 163 THE famous S1ntlt bunt will play concerts each day at the Ian caster Fair July 13 14 15 FOR SALE handsome 12light chap dolicr for church Comparatively new Apply to Itcv Georgo W Mills Hus tonville Ky THERE will bo another L N excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday at 150 for tho trip train leaving the depot hero at 5 oclock M ATTENTION SIR IGTSA full attendance is desired at next regular review Monday July 10th Initiation and installation of officers BANK STOCKI sell21 shares of stock in the National Bank of lies tonville at oclock Monday July 10 county court tiny George D Weather fonl Hustonvllle Ky SAXTON TROSTS celebrated band Lexington will make music for the Crab Orchard fair July 19 20 and 21 Also for the hop each night at Crab Orchard Springs Everybody go and have a good time AN APPRECIATED PRESENT Judge H G Williams formerly of Mt Ver non but now a prominent attorney of Covington sent us a few days since by express prepaid a bust of the late Gov William Goebel It is n splendid representation of tho distinguished statesman and wo prize it very highly indeed AT Lancaster Tuesday Jim Buck Baughman who used to live on the farm of Mr John B Foster was shot by Shelby Koth well n brother of Baugh mans wife Baughman was drinking and struck his wlro severely when Rothwcll tired Tho wounded mannsk ed that ho bo taken to the homo of his mother but expired just over tho Gar rnrd line in Lincoln Rothwell is in jailIN a headon collision between n C 0 and an L N passenger train nt VileyB Station near Lexington Tuesday evening 22 passengers wore in jured more or less seriously Mr W P Walton formerly of this place was a passenger on the L N and was badly shaken up Ho also had his right elbow and shoulder and left leg pain fully bruised It was a closo call for them all The CourierJournals report of the wreck stated that Mr Wal tons right arm and leg were crushed but we nro glad to say that his injuries are not near so serious The accident was duo to the failure of the C 0 engineer to see the signals of the flag man of the L N which was running 30 minutes late and which had orders to CI8i I r Tit WORST KIND OF EXTRAVAGANCE To iiiies the great End of the Benton Sale which is now in full blast at our Store The opening day was more than we anticipated Hundreds of do lighted bargain seekers weut away with loath of goods happy iu the thought of buying them cheap If you did not get here curve come every day Assortments are still largo and low prices the rule CAtms25 nicely printed visiting curds fur 25c 60 for 35c or 100 for 50c This office THE cntcrprirting firm of A B Hob crteon Bro Danville will greatly improve their business house ILKABK call at my office and pay your bill If I should not be there pay Dr Pennington It A Jones D D S COMMON school district No 48 near Cedar Creek wants a teacher Apply to P H Cormney chairman board of trustees Stanford Miss STWLA will begin her school at White Oak next Monday 10th She especially requests that all pupils be present the first day of her school SHERIFF H L TATE of Hock castle was on yesterdays train returning from Lexington where ho had been to take James F Head who went sud denly insane a few days ago NOTICEThose who hitch by the month at my stable after July 1st will be charged regular prices for hitching when they have more than one hou in my stable at tho same time J Ie Bcazlcy Prop Tug tax books are ready and I will take pleasure in giving you your receipt My ofllce is on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse where you will find mo or one of my deputies from 7 M to C r i M S Baughman sheriff Tile price of admission to the entertainment given under the auspices of OperLHouseand lOc for children The battle of Port Arthur will be worth many times the admission price THE glorious fourth was about the quietest day Stanford has had for long time The banks were closed the postofTice observed Sunday hours but the rest of us worked like usual Stan ford people as a whole are too busy to take even the 4th of July ofT THERE are 80odd guests at Crab Orchard Springs and Mine Host J B Willis is treating them royally Tho crowd is the best this early in the sea son in years Next week when the county attorneys all get there the pacity of tho three big hotels will be taxed TilE Kentucky State Journal has this to say about James Fryc son of Mr James Fryc of Huston villc Frye is tho best amateur pitcher intho State Ho hns won five straight games and shut out the opposing teams in three of them He would mako a good man for some minor league team now and is certainly big league timber PROGRAM of farewell services at the Turnersvillo Christian church Sunday evening next given to Miss Stella Lewis who will leave soon leave for Tokio Japan to do missionary work Song Song Prayer Remarks D C McCallum Song special Five min utes talkL M Omer Five minutes talkG W Mills Five minutes talk P D McCallum Song AddressSteph en J Carey Song special Remarks Song Benediction TilE fair season is almost at hand On next Thursday the Lancaster fair will begin to bo followed tho next week by tho Crab Orchard Fair Rac ing Association A week later the bell at the Hustonvillo fair will be heard and still a week later the Danville fair wilt bo in progress Stanford has no fair but her inhabitants will have the opportunity of going 12 days without getting more than 10 miles from the best town on the map THE Grafters defeated the Stanford High School base ball team 8 to 2 at Graded School Park Tuesday evening Tho game was an interesting one thro bybothHIghSchoolGeorge Harris for tho Grafters Jim Menefee captain of the Grafters was slightly off his feed and those who went to see his expert playing were a shade disappointed Bob Bruce was fortunate enough to touch the ball once knocking a foul a few feet from home Dexter Ballous uniform was the handsomest seen for a long time Phil Pink erton was declared by many to be a member of the bloomer girls team GERANIUMS 71c each Stanford Green house DONT fall to see great battle of Port Arthur at Waltons Opera House tonight THE premium list thefair July 23 27 and 28 wilt be found on our fourth page THE members of the Christian church Sunday school spent Tuesday picnicing in Mr W H Shanks pretty woodland The occasion was u most enjoyable one to both teachers and pupils COL LANIIAM was in Washington City Inst week looking after a patent on a corn planter which he has Invent ed It is said to be a great laborsaving invention and we hope it will make Mr Lanham rich As trustee of John Bright Sr I will at P Jnly 10 1905 county court day sell at public outcry in front of the court house door two tracts of knob land on Neats Creek each containing 21 acres The sale will be made subject to contingent right of dower of Mrs Bright J B Paxton THE following program has been arranged for the county attorneys asso ciation to be held at Crab Orchard Springs next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday July 11 12 13 Meeting called to order at 2 p M Report of officers AddressesTo be followed by short discUBsions Claims Legal and IllegalFrank P ODonnel and W G Howell Recent Legislation SoC Tyreo and W 0 Davis Revenue and Taxation RcformA S Kendall and A J May Wednesday Needed Leg IslatlonW T Thomas andJamc T Buford Reciprocal Relations and Duties of County Judges and County Attorneys Dennis Dundon Divorce EvilCounty Attorneys Duty Frank M Tracy and L Phelps Shall we Re turn to tho Ballot of our Fathers Jacob Corbett tfar Compensation C F Thomas nnd W II Morgan Pau pers In the Mountains George C Moore In the PennyriloVirgil Stuart In the Blue GrassWm J Price Moot Court at 8 p M Thurs dayThe FuturoW P Kimball Report of Committeeon Resolutions General Discussions Election of of ficers Additional Loral on Second Page A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofhee over McUoberU Drug Store iu the Owsley Building Dripping Springs 7 0 Crab Orchard Ky TlilmlfllRliUtllokl HuiniiitT rtsort In now oiwu tuuucitt The ImllillMK are In good until Clio wntvr Is flu it ltd tilt table lint clam Harriott Kjillor U nuiiln In elmw of the kitchen which IIUMIIU futliiit flood IIIIhh ntnt your liorwMi vII cared for Hutu t11r wttk Wrltu to K FI NH tat Urns Orchard Ky THE SECRET OF SUCCESS No Sir You eannot palm off my rabitltnte dame Ivr been using AUiUltlloweralnee I was a boy and Ill have no other Forty million bottles of August Flower sld in the United States alone since its introduction I And the demand for it is ctill growing Isnt that a fine showing of success Dont it that August Flower has bad unfailing success the cure of indigestion dyspepsiathe worst enemies of health and happiness Does it not afford the best evidence that August Flower is a sure for all stomachand intestinal disordersthat it gulatorsCAugust record of over 35 curing the mil lions of these distressing complaints e tj1wothes 350 and 750 For Bale at Pennys Drug Store 1wo dozen Pearl Muttons for 3n Four pairs lOc black hoso for 2i5c Four pairs lOc black socks for Jc lc Bottle shoo polish tie Two papers of pins for 5c 3ne Paper Needles for 3c 5inch all silk ribbons only lOc 81 waists black and colored 75c Batiete Corset or Batisto Girdle 2oek Just 12 days selling July 5Jrd to 15th The earlier you conic the larger the assortment to select from Wash Suits forie i Little Folks e e Mothers your little man would look cute and be comfortable in one of our nice Wash Suits Linen Gingham and Pique Sizes 3 to 7 Prices 75c to 150 See our windows CUnniNSMCLARY t Stanford Kentucky e net jilt votfK AlAllA1t tIIIR J Tine ware Salt Wire Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone O Opera House Block opposite Stanford We have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves wo will close out nt cost Conic and see us P G ITermsTHE hEAlLE Utfttt QUIt Hardware Stoves Glassware Queenawnrc CourtHouse This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the best the market affords GEORGE H FAffRIS- i a oIStanford Kentucky W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Sells Kurfccs Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer u n The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at u nd daM matter Vl3ltlAfHlKD TUESDAYS AND P1UUWS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH Whn not so paId UOO will be charged UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almolt ai good ai now for a amount I Can flx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lest money Qlvo me a trial PRANK ATKISS Stanford For Sale Privately r house and 10 acres of land Iltuated Just outsIde of town limits on the Somerset House has 7 rooms kitchen and lor pant room good cellar stable nnd all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the one for J P BAILEY INSURANCE Fin Lightning wIndHtornllIdfa ilDIHTatupantrslhytreernttd nml IxiwvstPi slblo Itutus 1iiylngHi ortijUnequnlltil Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky t HoslJcnco Thorn No 32 ReA JOINES- Dentist STANFORD KENTUCK Oflico in flyers House Parlor Phono No1 J H BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv Oood LIvery Service at Reasonable Rate Call on ni on Depot Street Also Dealers fD i Coal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg stables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD ET Special attention to Commercial Met Your solicited Honei bandied on commission Stock Pens In Connection I WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Thu latest In Jewelry HIlviT Out Olnm WntchOs and Clocks In Htock PEYTON My lino lack IVyton aix yeare old will make thu prevent heusoil of IMS lit my Millblu at tI to Insure n living colt 1rytonecolts IlIrllu IIntl nnu mind I aid lIlfI crop of colts lit 7i round Four of his colts nro oil my fnrin which will spunk for thvniHulvPs mul vim lw own ut lIuy I will niso nt the sanloplacaatand my line luck HIAOK IIA WK yeur pat 133 Inches high UK will nvrvv u Ilniltw nuiiiIxT of nmr lit I Stoliisuron llvlngcolt Money dun when colt Is fouled or mar- I trailed or pnrtvU with Not rusponslblo for accidents or escapes II II KINO Morelnml Ky HUSH HONEY DONT fiftY frIantstill ngunt for Thu Victor Tulkln The Victor Is no perfect tljatItla- often mistaken for tho hunmii proving u liuviTfnlllnn KOtirc of delight to- 8o dlauppolntmvnt to nono To all lovers of good music Victor U ant Inspiration no innttur how much rntertni l meat then Is ut homo Tho Victor Is always welcome You curl lit nil times listen to bands orchestriix songs Instrumentnl inus Ic dc that thousands of people flock to hear In crowded resorts tier Is no limit to the vorlet of selection This nmtchlrsi Instrument will recitu to you Can I Inter tot Ir bocull and sea lImplu mllchlm- nmllllur It IIIIY On exhlhltJonat ut tur- eNt1Cor1epotHL T114U11AIILHtunfordKy Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why madeclothing when there U to little difference in the price 01 high grade ready made Bulls and a suit made to l out measure taken byan ex perlenced tailor I have a handsome line of goods I can make from e low price business suit to the tloeat dress suit Also Spring overcoats nod troun ers The company I represent U one of the best I also have a line goods I make up myself for those who prefer It H C RUPLEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of laud a twostory front 1 room cottage The house new A splen did garden orchard There U a large mill on the a good ousher and the dam Is In good repair and the natural pow er U great economy In running the mill Does a business Is In outogsIs the rush as tensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Hanglrg Fork about I miles from Stanford and can bo bought at a bargain For further particulars ad dress 8 0 Thurmond Lvtle Ky or Byty r DarI Traylor DIAttR IK tfhlsKii Brandy Winos Boor Cigars Etc Oarpente STANFORD KY0101 to D poi Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the ba- drink Mall pbon cr tlarapb order receive prompt attntlon + RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY Tb world admin men who are strong In pbytleat mODI ami n rf rorr Inn or ambition n nrr ana piaaiwamI1 Uaeemitp1eofrrrapootdm Ntma which meow- dvelopmeataa hIkeluorusrIIIIf HenWtak nab hatraUn atalaana and other lroubl idui to aver work moklnir drug habit end other cues hake rich hntlibr blood reiIre wafted n rrt raIrt with a PalanlH to retaoo1 r not rarM or iontlled rerrEK MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u A FOB BALE AT PESWTfl DRUG BTOBE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting tithing or any kind of tres passing on bur places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs lute Ador Relchenbch Bros Fred VonQrutnlgan Albert VonOruentgan Fred VonAIItnan Fred llaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattlo II new e E Relchenbach Charles CummIns Jos Halou A O Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W U Daugherty it J Hoffman M D Elmore Peter W garter J Nevln Carter J E Bruce W Shomskcr Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John II Oamenlscb Sam TMwbrldge A D Hoot Charles Knstlln FrankCordtcr Mrs W0 Welch Peter Balmor JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e te tary Undertaker Embaljxer anti Dealer in Harn3sSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 A WELLKNOWN Young Lady e Experience at A Popular WateringPlace A very pretty nn1 popular young lady WIIS rllinLerezpelItuleat u certain wvt 10 lt ninnr mill in the conr of tJu conversation JMVO her frlciiils BOIIIO vfllunblu advice Jliu y j ly Kil Of tour I met u gr at iniiuy jiiiisint iKt lo nnd luul u jy tiiiu list J u know ulrK till wxtiul day nlcr I arrived I was out rarIitf tuil WII9 so balky Kunbunutl that I corM Jirt ntliiiil tho ball that cVinin ty rrris nlic anil taco were biitrul bnily that I could Iwrtlly wear tvcn my klinonn I trlnl Witch IIant1 and several IJ ions which I timid wn no but rciTlvcd no biiullt nut n lady In to ncrt room to lUll gave me n preparation tliat without daubt time greatest ninwly I over paw fur Sun burn It wiiK not only cool nnd sooth Jag but cured my trouble in hs than twentyfour hours Ohls remedy girls Wail Iaraeamiih first Aid totlm In jured and I want to say to you that you must never BO away for time mini men without carrying bottle of Pant caniph with you I nfterwnrds par thawMl n bottle mill found It moxt tine fill not only for Junburn but for Mosquito Mites Sure Feet Sore Mus des nail ninny other little aliniuuts Incidental to n summer trip So bets Leo now und curry a bottle of Porn aimph with you when you BO away thIs Bummer All good driiKKlstrf sell Iaracnmpli In 25c60c and 100 bottles FOB flAtt BT WN CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT PremiumList Hustonville Fair July 263Days FIRST DAY SHOUT WOOl 8I1UKP 1 Best Southdown Buck any ngo Ill 00 2 Best Ewe any agen un u unaw 7 50 3 Best Buck lamb under one year Pair Blankets 7 f 0 4 Best ewe lamb under ono year Rocking Chair by Freeman Furniture Co Danville 5 00 5 Best horso colt 10 00 It heat mare colt 10 00 7 Best maro and colt 10 Oil 8 Best saddlo gelding anyago Special premium by Louis Stixit Co Wholosnlo Dry Goods Notions etc Cincinnati Ohio Chas Whicler handles the complete lino 15 00 U Bet saddlo mare anyage 15 00 Special premium by Jno B Finn Co Hats Caps tC Gloves J G Weatherford Agent IIii8tonvillen JACK STOCK 10 Best jack under 2 years 10 00 11 Best jack any ago 15 00 Special by W S Burch democratic nominee for County Attorney 12 Best jennet anyuge JN 10 00 Special by W A Carson democratic nominee fir Assessor sinmAND tONY 13 Best Shetland puny 15 00 Special premium by S M Owens dealer In High Class Trotting Horses McKinney Ky 14 Best boy rider under 10 years old on Shetland Pony 5 00 Special by Lexington Holler Mills nod McAdama V Morford Lexington 1 barrel of Cream Flour to first and 5pound box of Candy to second L 15 Best boy rider under 14 cnrsn 7 50 Special by W I Herrin Nominee of democratic party for county jailer 10 Best nitro thud mulo coltH 10 00 17 Best brood mare r 10 00 18 Best mule colt either sex 10 00 Special by S J Kuibry Jr Stanford Ky 111 But mule colt either sex by his Jock Season 1006 10 00 Special by E IL Powell Kidds Store Ky 20 Best mare mule colt 10 00 Special by Garland Singleton democratic nominee for superintendent 21 Jest horse nude colt 10 00 Special by McKinney Deposit hook McKiuuoy Ky Prcs E J Tanner Cashier O G Harrison SWEEPSTAKE lurE 1UNO 22 Best Mare Mule anyage ago considered 20 00 Special by H L Hubble democratic nominee for State Senator Casey Lincoln Garrard and Boyle counties 23 Best horse mule any age ago considered 15 00 Special by W H Traylor Edgcwood Distillery 24 feet team of mules owned bMillO party 15 00 Special by Geo D Weathcrford 25 Best mule colt either sex by Balaam season 1006 two or morp to show 10 00 Special by J 0 Held Hustouville 26 ladies Harnessing Ring hat trimmed to order spe vial premium by Mrs Charles Wheeler Milliner Hustonville h 10 00 Rules governing ring Have horse bridled anti rig talc en in the ring The lady harnessing and driving around the ring first shall bo declared tne winner Tho hitching shall be done perfectly all the tugs in loops etc No snaps to lie used Every part must bo buckles Two or more entries to fill 27 Best double team speed style durability and sound ness considered regardless of sex or ownership 25 00 Special by J G Weatherford Cov Hustonville Ky Dealers in Dry Goods Groceries Furniture tt Drugs and Drug specialties SECOND DAY CATTIK 28 Beet bull calf under one year 10 00 Special premium by A J Adams Pay less and dress better You can do this by having your clothes made by A J Adams Hustonvillc 2J Best bull calf 1 year and under 2 lO iQ1f 30 Best bull any age 15 31 Best heifer cult under 1 year 7 50t 32 Best heifer calf 1 year nod under 2 10 00 33 Best cow any ago 1500 34 Best fatted bullock 2 years and over 20 00 Special premium by Lutes Co dealers in and ship pen of line stock stock ewes and feeding cattle n specialty Also wool dealers IIOKSKS FousAomi rimrosKs 35 Best saddle warn or gelding any age 20 00 Special premium by Bonta tt Eastlaiul trainers and handlers of highclass horses Harrodsburg Ky 36 Best saddle stallion any age2O JO Special premium by Abe Colemun ler of highclass trotting horses Harrodsburjj Ky JX 37 Best New York saddle mare or geldings 25 00 Special premium by Judge M U Saufley COACH OK CAKIUAqn IURPUSia 38 Best pair mares or geldings 20 00 Special premium by Judge John W Hughes demo V cratic nominee for County Judge of MercerA39 Bestroadster mare or gelding 25 00 by the Supply Co Geo A Canu Manager Burriside 40 Handsomest single turnout considerations vehicle- horseand IP 00occupants Special premium by Curry Tunis A Norwood Lox ington Represented E B Sweeney 41 Best colt ler sex DorseyGolddust io 20 00 Special premium by F Reid dealer highclasa J horses Danville Ky sr i 42 Best mule 1 year old and under 2 either hex 10 00 43 Best mule 2 years old and under 3 either sex 10 00 44 Best colt either sex by Preston 16 00lSpecial premium by J C Bailey dealer and handler of highclnss saddltj nnd harness horses Stanford Ky 45 Best colt cither sex by Dignity Barn season of 06 25 00 Special premium By D S Carpenter dealer in high class horses Hugtouvillc Ky 46 Best colt either sex by Gallon 810 to let Sf to 2nd Hi 00 Special premium by W M Dodd denier iu high t r class Middle and harness horses Ilustonvillu Ky IIOILSIJi roil HAUNM8 ltlll Oal t 47 Best stallion miiro or gelding 1 year nnd under 2 lf 00 1 Special premium by A G Wiseman Harrodeburg Ky strictly firstclass work dono III repairing nilikinds of jewelry Opticians work n cpecinlty i8 lest maro 2 years old and under 3 15 00 Special premium by C T Sandidgc dealer and linn dler of high class Kiddlo nnd harness horses 41 Best inane 3 years old and under 4 10 00 v Special premium by The Interior Journal T 60 West IIiIUO1 years old mad over 20 00 Slccinllrcmtllm by G L Penny Stanford denier in Drugs Vint Ac Prescriptions n specialty UnlIiltsome Soda Water Fountain hi connection 51 Best gelding 4 years old nnd over 20 00 Spcxinl premium by Judge James P lilt 0 52 Best tall ion or gelding 2 ycays old mind undor 8 1C 00 Special premium by Lcland Hotel 1cxington jjio chat attention to tile traveling public Rates 82 nnd 8260 per day Single meals fiOo Skull Bros Prppj e v lift Bct guiding 3 years old and under 4 15 00 Special premium by Severance it Son Stanford deal cw in Dry Goods Notion Shoes Etc 54 Host stallion threo your and under four 20 00 55 host stallion four years and over 20 00 Special T J Hill Sr dcmocratio nominco forehertill Lincoln county HVDDII rumosia 56 Hest Kiddle stallion mare or gelding 7li 00 850 to 1st 815 to 2nd 810 to 3rd- uoAPdrril niNo 07 Best stallion immure or gelding 35 00 820 to 1st 810 to 2nd 85 to 3r- dTHIRDJDAY a Xlt HADIIIi rUltlHMIM 58 nest marc four years old nnd over 2000 Special by M S Baughmnii Shcrilf Lincoln county 50 licit marc two years old and under three 10 00 Special by Danville News TwiceAWcck nt only 11 fcr year Now is the time to subscribe 60 Best mare three years old nUll under four 15 00 Special by W H Higgins Dealer in Hardware W Groceries anti all kinds of Farming Implements Staufunlt61 legit stallion mare or geltling ono year nUll under 2 10 00 Special prumium by Kentucky Advocate Danville S W Meucfce Editor 62 Best stallion or gelding four year old nnd over 20 00 i Special by Robinson Norton it Co Dry Goods and Notions It S Lytle rcpriMiUtntivv 63 Best stallion or gelding three years nnd under four 15 00 Special b11101 Parks Son it Co Cincinnati Wholesale Drugs the only cutrate house in tho west G Weathcrfonlit Co Agent 64 Belt stallion or gelding two years and under three 15 00 Special by Tribble it Pence Dealers in Furniture iCarpets nnd Wnll Paper Stanford Ky 65 Best stallion any ago 25 00 v- 8ccial by Louisville Tin it Stove Co C II Holmes representative oiiisvillc S D Yowcll Agent TOII IIAIISIS3 IUIIlOSm jJ 66 Best phaeton 10ny under 15 hands 10 00 67 Best fancy turnout team Considerations vehicle team and OcCllhalltsunnu 15 O0 i HOCKAWAY ItlVd V 68 nest rockawiiy maro or gelding 10 00 HHCTIANI IONIiy un Best Shetland pony either sex to bo driven by boy or girl under 12 years old 10 00 70 Fanciest Shetland pony turnout to bo driven by boy and girl under 12 years old either single or double 10 00 71 HeAt pair of ponies under 144 liaiuls high 1250 Special by C V Gentry Stanford Agent Frank Fchr Brewing Co 72 Best stable of horses owned or handle by 0110 party four or more horses Iii 00 Special by Mendel Nemctock it Co represented by Henry Keifer Louisville Tho best hut soil today for tin price Sold exclusively IIliThe Emporium HADDIi IUHIOSia 73 Best walking stallion maro or gelding 20 00 Special by S D Yowell of an English Shaftoo full pigskin Kiddlo to 1st to tad 85 74 Fancy saddle marc or gelding 2 5 00 Special by Hotel Weathcrfonl MODEL IIINU 75 Model stallion mnro or gelding regardless of age t r shown by halter or bridle i 10 00 j Special by Cowan McCormack Dealers mid Ship tIers of livestock HuetonvilkrCOMHNII RINDh76 Best maro or gelding anyago HWKE18TAKK IlOADSTKIt IIINOt77 Best stallion mare or gelding nliynge speed style e endurance and soundness considered 850 to 1st 815 to 2nd 810 to 3rd 75 09ISpecial by HonH nry M Boswortli GeoBtCoop J T7 Jer and Jos F Holdain J iNVVii J J dI0 1 I