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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7j ad TT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 14 1905 NO 38 11 Bobbins Pretty Wldpw Clients s Cases and Stock Farms Ciun Oiiriuiiu JUUY 11 I stay with my law student now at the palatial res- Idence of Grove C Kennedy who in the finest agriculturist and horticulturist theoretical und practical I know of His corn crop fine outs good Harden unsurpassed frying chickens running nroutitl 1ft Wutlerwl brlRsdes till sorts of milk sour nnd sweet and n forest of locusts nnd nothing to nnnoy you IutI tho singing of the birds whose musical lays in tho matutinal part of the tiny at early dawn is the only thing that disturb your sweet repose Oh the joy of a country life I The student drives mo in each Saturday evening behind n wild zebra that keeps me silently muttering pniyew till I am safely landed t In town I alighted at tho Springs yesterday evening and was pursued 300 or 400 yards by n wealthy fascinating young widow from theState whose motto s is nero wu Rest She stopped panting like a graceful gazelle almost out of breath und extended her ennl and hand and I by her raniuit escorted her to n nearby parlor and for more than two hours a rapid torrent of prose anti poetry flowed in an unbroken stream und wreathed her lovely brow with a wreath of classic bonuty Ily her request I am to call on at the Springs nt 2 oclock this evening when she noti fiedmc she was going to look her sweet cst said well I should tw well fall dead now In lew than n year people will be pilgrimages to Crab Orchard us MotSShmedann to Metiea- f The property will go up By taking to the back allies avoided the rush of eight or 10 clients that had been waiting for me all day I want to say to my clients now that I want toI read law and make a very groat law vcr but I dont want to bo employed especially Saturday evenings when I come to see tho stock on my three farmsMy law student will obtain license to practice law in September then I can return to my town office and Kennedy can do tho practicing and I can write my law bookTho Law As It Is My services aro requjred at tho picnic on South Fork Saturday 15th but I can not attend FONTAINE Fox BOHIIITT HUBBLE A 1 Sloan sold hu fat hogs to Mr McWhorter at He John Underwood sold some fat hogs to Tom Elkln at Gc U It Chrisman sold a pair of work mules to Winfrey Barnett for 100 Mrs J A Hammond and daughter arc visiting relatives in Casey and Rus sellTho supper given Saturday evening by tho ladies of the Christian church amounted to 3823- Owsloy Carman who has been in tho government service for some years has hU discharge and Is at homo for a short visit Mr Ed Miller and wife are nrrang IIng to meet their son Frank in Cincln Sunday nnd he will come home for a short stay Ono Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars Earned The average man does not save to t exceed 10 per cent of his earnings lie imial spem nlno dollars In living ox t pcnses fur every dollar saved careful being tho emote ho cannot Iw too about unnmSHury expenses Very often u few cents pro orly Invested like buying noedn for his garden will wave several dollars outlay litter on It U tho sumo In buying ClmmlierlalnH Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Hem dy It costs but u few cents and a bottle of It In time house often saves u doctors bill of Hoveral dollars For sale by Lyno Uros Crab Orchard She You know Judge our characters are different and I dont want to be in his way He Yes your honor she Is peculiar t1 and I dont want to Interfere JudgeI understand You oak for a divorce out of pure love Caleb Powers has asked United States District Attorney Tinsley not to call him as a witness against Mayor Helm bold and Patrolmen Ratlcan and Flynn Ho says there arc enough witnesses without him The whole situation nt Newport is described ns rather farcical An Impressive incident in connection with the obsequies of James Caldwell Confederate veteran at Newport was tho recital in audible tones of the Lords Prayer by the entire as f acmbledge of mourners Brunettes are born to suffer says an advertising physician Blondes are of course not born but made adds an exchange There is a revival of tho bicycle cntMin England The great bicycle fctria are worktop over time to fill prison KINGSVILLE Mr and Mrs Wm Mocks have u little daughter She is named Maxle Miss Davie Sims went to Lexington Saturday Mrs Katherine Watts is visiting relatives at Harriman Tcnn The I J speaks of Squire John Singletons case of small pox ns being in the Pleasant Point section II This looks liku n bold attempt to ignore Klngsvillc or that It Is regarded as too small a place to have small pox But weve proved to the contrary according to the best authority However the disease doesnt seem to spread very rapidly nnd all who are not already vaccinated are having it done Miss Efllo Carey left Monday for Lexington nnd Paris J Evcrard Crcigh ron In visiting friends in Somerset Clyde Campbell has returned from lexI- ngton Joe Lanahan of Ludlow was hero Monday Lee Butler of Lexington was here this week Mr William Wolfe of Georgetown Is our now station agent Hu has been agent hero before and his many friends are glad to have him hack Ho Is u good agent nnd very popular James North who succeeded Mr Dickereon has returned to Moroland Roth wore efficient nnd IioiNilar liRe nil tho Q C men Trainmaster W M Tuaney was here it few dnalnce- On Tuesday morning Miss Ottie Faulkner and Manfred Chcvolette ac companied by her brother Mr John Faulkner and Miss Corn Cash drove in from Highland und the former couple caught No4 dn horo ut Oath for Cin cinnati whore they were married Af ter spending two days in the city they will return here where ut the home of the grooms mother n number of friends and relatives will be entertained ut dinner After the reception and a visit to her home ut Highland the happy cou pIe will go to Somerset to reside us that place Is more convenient to Mr Chevo lettes work Ho is employed ns brake man on the C Sr and will soon be pro motel to conductor The marriage is the culmination of u four years court ship and while the welding was rath er quiet it was not unexpected Tho bride is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs A G Faulkner of Highland and Ialovely young lady in character as well as pel5onalcharms She was attired in a lovely brown costume and looked very sweet nnd happy The groom Is handsome and an exemplary young man We claim them botn Its personal friends and If either of them has an enemy we have never heard of it So we feel sure that they have the best wishes of nil who know them for a joyous prosperous married life EBURG School will begin here the third Mon day in this month Mrs Emma Frederick and family left Tuesday for Illinois where they will make their future home Rev Shouso filled his appointment at the Baptist church Saturday evening Sunday and Sunday evening Mr nnd Mrs Everett McWhorter of Yosemite are visiting Mrs Mary Jones Miss Ettie Gilford has return ed from an extended visit to relatives nt Dye Rod Wesley was visiting his grandfather Dr Wesley last week C L Pniitt was on the sick list Mrs Sarah Hatter of Pellyton was with Mrs Ann C Eason Oscar Lanham and wife of Dye were visiting Mrs Mary RIgney Sunday While the glorious Fourth was ob served in various ways by our people we are quite sure that the day was no more enjoyed by any one than by the following little party which observed the natal day of our countrys existence battling with chiggers mosqui toes and wily rattlers In the huckleberry woods und knobs some three miles from town Mrs Mary Jones Frank Jones Everett McWhorter and Misses Selena Jones and Ethel Cole man Luncheon was served In the woods ala chip lemonade und other refresh ments were served while natures beverage as it trickled down from its mountain fastnesses was quaffed us a toast to Columbia and Old Glory Al together it was n day enjoyably spent and one long to be remembered by those present Forced To Starve 11 F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with u sure on my upper Up so painful sometimes that I could not out After vainly trying everything else I cured It with Hucklens Arnica Salvo Its great for burns cuts and wounds At G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Only 25c In Paris the Postoffice Department la now using several electric malt wag ons which are designed to transport tho mail matter in larger quantities and at a greater speed than tho old horsedrawn vehicles Denver was selected as the next meeting place of the annual reunion of the B PO B NEWS NOTESIBloclcford w dry Monday All grades of refined sugar have been reduced 10 cents a hundred pounds Alva n McClure of Leltchflcld was shot snot killed there whilo resist ing arrest The Prefect of Moscow w assass innted while receiving petitions from the people John T Foster one of the most fa mous Inventors in the United States Is dead at Arlington N J Five hundred Chinese were drowned by the collapse of an overcrowded mat shed on the banks of the West river near Canton- It Is said that Gen Stoessel has been arrested in consequence of the inves tigation of the defense and capitulation of Port Arthur The New York Trouscrmnkors Union has struck for an advance of wages Eight thousand ixirsons arc out in 250 shots Ono man was fatally hurt and six narrowly escaped drowning when the launch Edna was run down and sunk in upper New York tiny John Cox a wellknown young farm er of Spencer county committed sub cide with a rifle Despondency over n love affair is the cause assigned Ono man was killed a second was fa tally hurt nnd livucara were demolish ed In a freight collision in the yards of the Southern railroad at Chattanooga In tho Hnyetto Circuit Court nt Lox ington Judge Watts Parker decided that the city has the right to collect taxes on property owned by nonresi dentsHarvey Rice shot Green Murrell to death on Indian Creek in Owsley Rive was badly wounded The latter iy the republican nominee for sheriff of Ows Icy county- C B Keller for 28 years super intendent of the Whitewater division of the Big Four railroad was run down and killed bn freight train while riding n railway velocipede near Brookville Ind All the petitions in bankruptcy tiled ugalncst John Alexander Dowie nt Chi cago have been dismissed the petitioners having failed to amend at the courts order Dowies attorneys say the claims have been paid Davis Collins a Negro who was convicted at Jackson Miss of attempted criminal assault on Miss Hogg and sentenced to lOycars in the penitentiary was killed by Mr Dickey a brotherin law of Miss Hogg on his way to prison State Auditor fingers estimate orI the resources of the school fund for the fiscal year ending June 80 1900 is 2 42087980 Ibis probable that on this showing the per capita will be fixed at more than three dollars for the yearT D Underwood former County Attorney of Barren county who disappeared some time ago under serious charges returned Tuesday and sur rendered to the authorities at Glasgow In default of 1000 bail he was com mitted to jail Tho State Board of Equalization has completed its work for the presentyear and has certified to the Auditor of Public Accounts for collection tuxes for State and county purposes aggregating 3223445 45 The Increase In taxes aver Inst year is 38 72443 Rodney B Swift formerly head of the experimental department of the McCormick brunch of the Internation al Harvester Company filed suit nt Chicago against the latter concern in which he alleges that it has collected millions of dollars in rebates from various railroads Receiver Spencer of the Peoples United States Bank ofSt Louis has been directed by Circuit Judge Mcll henny to pay the banks depositors on demand The receiver believes he will have enough money to pay the depositors in full and to pay the stockholders 75 cents on the dollar Assistant Secretary Pierce has announced that the plenipotentiaries of Russia and Japan had agreed upon Portsmouth N IL as the meeting place of the sessions to be held outside of Washington The sessions will bo held in the Government navy yard at Portsmouth in the new building just completed there The Diamond Cure The latest news from Purls is that they have discovered u diamond cure for consumption If you fear con sumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Vanleer Tenn I had a cough for 14 years Nothing helped me un til I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave Instant relief and effected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At O L Pennys Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard price GOo and 11 guaranteed Trial bottle free T ICRAB ORCHARD Donnlly and son of Ok lahoma City Oklahoma were with her sister Mrs Margaret Gormley Misses Fannie and Catherine Redd had n dance Tuesday night nt their home which was much enjoyed by a few select friends Crab prchard 1ms much to boast of nt present as uchn tnhmtedcrowd- hns rarely been seen at the Springs representing the law propounders of the various countiesIMr Holdam Stuart wife and baby and Leon DeBord who hnve been in California for several months arrived Tuesday night are with Mrs GeorJteI DeBord We understand they notI return to California All is bustle anti stir getting ready for tho fair which promises to be the very hest ever held at this place The city fathers are having the streets cleaned and sidewalks built and tho town will be much Improved in nppear tmcefho opening hnlllit Crab Orchard Springs was Thursday night and about 200 guests wore ut the grand old resort that ought not to be anything but a wa boring place for tho afllicted nnd tired ItS In the days of yore when the wealth beauty and talent of the South met hero with their families to refresh and restore tired bodies and always went away satisfied that the best place on earth to forget the ills of life Is at old Crab Orchard Sprjngs Miss Daisy Gilbert of Richmond is with her sister Mrs Culton Mrs Kate Carson of Now Orleans is with Mrs Claudia Holdman Mrs M E Fish has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Blackat Knoxville Mrs Lockie Smith and husbandj f Brodhead are boarding at the Cover Hotel Mrs John Chestnut of Dan ville is at the King Hotel Mrs E M Payne and Mrs Jennie Totem spent Sunday at Brodhead Chris Gentry of Stanford was here Tuesday As to preaching arguing nnd inter preting Scripture In the pulpit the ec centricities of ministers are endless We need not have recourse to such stories as that of Lorenzo Dow who performed the shortest sermon on record II Isis subject was Backsliding and what might be called the body of his sermon consistedof his climbing up a smooth sapling with great pains and difficulty and the sliding down again An immense con course of people had assembled to hear him and great was their astonishment at witnessing this performance The only words uttered were Holdon there Dow hold onoThen he slid down again put on his coat and hat Bent Her Double- I knew no ono for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter Jotrtt1erdoctors I could get I wus bout double and had to test my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric Bittern which restored my health and strength und now I can walk as straight us ever They arc simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stom ach liver and kidney disorders at G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Urns Crab Orchard prlco IiOc One of the oddest tombstones in America is above the grave ofJfcT B Lane ut Akron Ohio A dozen years ago a meteor fell upon the Lane farm at Talmadge burying itself 1C icesin tho earth It was dug out and on the death of Mr pane was utilized as a tombstone The meteor which re sembles u mass of iron ore is mounted on an oblong pedestal of polished granite and his in marked contrast to the crude sculptures found in other parts of the cemetery where the grave is located egg A Surprise Party- A pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach und liver by taking u medicine which will relieve their pain anti discomfort viz DrI Kings Now Life Pilkj They lire u most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and euro for headache dizziness and constipation 23o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard TeacherNow Willy supposing you accidentally stood on a gentlemans foot what would you say WillyI would say Beg pardon If the gentleman gave you sixpence for being polite what would you dot I would stand on the other and say Beg pardon TitBits A Detroit woman is said to have deceived her husband three successive years by palming off borrowed babies as her own Sucha sucker as that de serves lobe made a fool ofFrank tort Stat Journal Great Clearing sale I No 1 for 10 days beginning MONDAY JULY lO 1905 This solo is tho beginning of n series of sales which will give the buy ing public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities ilioy over hind This is trot the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purchases last Spring wore very large the accumulation of Odds and Ends and brokers lots is naturally larger this ever before My unalterable rule isjiot to carry any goods over from one season to another We inaugurate this great selling event und invite every one within n lays ride of my store to come and join in the greatest of bargain feasts Tell your friends und neighbors that liens Sift Suits are cut to 81008 1250 Suits to 808 10 Suits to 5748j S7nO Suits to SlUR tii Suits to 8108 Also Youths and Boys Suits Odd IantH Dry Good Slices Hats and Caps Ladies und Gonfs Furnish y ings will go accordingly SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Twine Machine Oil Champion Binders Mowers and Hay Rakes W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY The Gibraltcr of Rockcastle County Financial Institutions CITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Offers to the People u Safe and Conservative Banking Sstem Accounts ofvIndividual firms and Corporations S licitedlIGive us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay a per cent interest on all deposit of 8100or more when left in the hunk mid not checked upon for a period of six months to J W HUTCHESON Cashier to Hot Weather everything pumpfromwith 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 Phone 1Su All parties indebted to me are expected to settle promptly p JULY THE ST i This notice gives you ample time to arrange for settlement on or before that date Itemized account may bo seen at the store Will N Craig M D PharmacistJPhone No 13 Stanford Kentucky d Annual Sale 1 Of Odds and Ends in Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Some of these goods are out of style but good goods They are now on our Bargain Counter at 13 to 12 former prices Come and get first choice Will not last long wt q rJn Crab Iy Orclbardy- r t i J li 1Jo The Interior Journal E C WALY- ONDEMOCRATIC TICKET Vpr Senator R L HUBBLE For Kepreiuntatlve J M ALVERSON v For County Judge R C WARREN For County Attorney A W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent Pcbools GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer WI HERRIN A Fair Deal All Around In our last issue brief mention was made of the fact that Judge Cochran of the U S district court for the East r em District of Kentucky had decide that Caleb Powers was entitled to hay the trial of the prosecution against him for the murder of Goebel removed to the United States court Upon the delivery of Powers to the jailer at New port pursuant to the order of Judge Cochran a scene arose which if correctly reported is not to the credit of the mayor of Newport It seems that friends of Powers had fitted up a cell in the jail with new furniture lace curtain and other room furnishings to make it more comfortable and less unattractive than the ordinary jail cell The jailer was preparing to place Powers inside this to special cell when the mayor of New port objected and Insisted that Powers be placed in a common cell A person al encounter took place between the mayor and a jail guard in which the mayor was roughly handled The affair involved the police force of the cityand resulted in warrants issued bj a United States commissioner for the arrest of the mayor and chief of police on the charge of interfering with Uni ted States officers in discharge of their t duty However guilty of the crime of assassination Caleb Powers may bj1 and we firmly believe he is guilty how over erroneous the ruling of Judge Cochran may be and the best legal tal ent in the country believe the judge erred there can be no excuse for the conduct of the mayor In the firstplace it is beyond the scope of the mayors power to interfere in any manner with the jailer in the execution ornonexecu tion of his official functions If the jail er exceeds or falls short of his officia duty he is responsible to the Common wealth and not to the mayor The may or is not charged by law with the duty of seeing that the jailer performs his duties In the second place no ham can come to the State by any favors the friends of Powers may show him ir his confinement The object of his re tention in custody is not to punish him for the offense with which he is charg ed but to secure his presence for trial of the indictment He can not be tried without his personal presence and when that is secured the full purpose of the law in advance of the conviction is attained In this view and it is the le gal view it is wholely immaterial how luxuriously prisoner may live provided the cost of it Is not chargeable against the State We have said above that we believe Powers is guilty We repeat It But he must be given a fair trial under approved forms of law else we have an archy If he violated the law he should suffer by the law and according to the law Such we believe is the sen timent of all right thinking people But the multitudinous facts which crowd the history of his partisans in their en- ergeticI efforts to acquit him forces the belief that by an original impulse they wanted Goebel killed and they now r want his slayer both acquitted and apotheosized They prate long and loud about the justice of the law It is this justice they fear and have endeav ored to thwart They declaim about the denial to him of equal rights guaranteed by that legislative stride toward imperial centralization forced down the throats of an unwilling peo pie by the bayonet called the 14th t Amendment but this vociferation means nothing but disappointment that Powers was caught and anger at the prospect of his conviction It seems incredible that any sane man could read the history of the assassination trials omitting all evidence which the courts have ruled incompetent and es cape the conviction that Powers was the chief agent in the foul tragedy There seems to be but one explanation of the constant and unremitting protests of those who desire his acquittal and that is that every intelligent and well informed man in Kentucky elsewhere who asserts that Caleb Powers does not deserve the halter is moved to do so because and only be cause he approve the assassination That Is the logic flt for vaw well in formed man Is not a fool e 6 As to the assumption of jurisdiction of the cause by Judge Cochran we have nothing to say Knowing nothing of the law it would be presumptlo for us to say aught other than that if It be the law then the law should be upheld It may not however be going too far to say that if a State is divested of its jurisdiction to try olfenses against its own laws upon the prophecy of the accused that his equal right will be denied him by the State courts then that we call State sovereignty becomes a myth that we call State rights becomes a shadow that we call Internal police becomes a farce When at last we have to go to Washington to establish all our rights or to redress all our wrongs then in the language of the dismal wail of our old friend Chnrley Kirtly ofhappy memory FIHmell Earth and Howdy Hclll Tim Government crop reports are at best mere guesses of men who do not often put themselves to much trouble to inform themselves But even the guesses manipulated by di honest persons become a means of dangerous speculation A statistician of the Agricultural Department has been deter ed and suspended for giving out crop reports in advance but that is small punishment for so flagrant breach of trust It is said that he is merely a scapegoat und that others higher In official rank arc equally guilty Corruption appears to grow and foster In the administration of the Government at Washington and honesty seems to be a lost virtue SWEEPING reductions in the salaried of various employes of the Epuitabl Assurance Society were announced by Chairman Morton The decreases will amount to 20 per cent on all salaries over 15000 per annum 15 per cent from all annual salaries between 9000 and 15000 both inclusive and 10 percent decrease from all salaries above 2500 and below 9000 per year These changes become operative on August I next and effect a saving of from 150000 to 200000 a year WE admire Mayor Helmbolds democracy but doubt his good judgment in his effort to make Newports jailer put Caleb Powers into an ordinary cell after the best cell in the jail had been fixed for him Lovers of justice care very little about the marked attention shown Powers and less for the fools who try to worship him as long as he is kept securely in the clutches of the law and ready to answer when his trial is called TilE last democratic county judge was J S Kendrick elected 51 years agoJThe county has been either Whig or republican for over a half century Somerset Journal What a magnif 1cent opportunity Judge Ben V Smith has to clean things out and put the affairs of the county in the good condition they were a half century ago Judge Smith is the man who can do It and we believe he will do it WISCONSIN compels life insuranc companies to credit policyholders with surpluses at least every tive years This is a pointer for the next Kentucky Legislature With the surplus divided among those to whom It belongs there will be less Incentive for stealing by the officers and direr tors THERE are hardly as manydemocrat in the United States Senate as republicans but what they lack in quantity Is made up in quality Several republica Senators are standing in the open door of penitentiaries but not a democrat Is even under the suspicion of crime SECOND BASEMAN FRANK BONNER vife committed suicide after the Kansa City team had reached the bottom of the percentage ladder by continuous loss of games Pity she didnt kill the old man first and thus put an end to a amily of base ball cranks HATS off to clever Bob Brown of the Louisville Times who was elected Grand Exalted Ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks by the rand lodge in session at Buffalo The lection was by acclamation making the honor even greater Here and There Chicago subscriptions to the Japanese loan amount to upward of 15000000 All the property of the Imperial Bank at Chicago was confiscated by cderal officials Great Britain and the United States have agreed to protect each others trademarks in China Robert M Moorman of Tennessee a rell known newspaper man died sud only on the street in Atlanta Ga Near Couchville Tenn Mack Boner was shot and killed by Walter Wright They quarreled over family affairs An attempt to wreck a Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton passenger train at North Elmwood 0 was discovered just in time W M Etheridge and A N Davis rominent sawmill men of Hickory CoughtIwere Kentucky Railroad commission holds Adams and Southern ExpressCompa- nles guiltyjof of long and short in the ease ingtitvted- y shippers of ShelbyvHle I IPOLITICAL David Noble has been appointed postmaster at Camp Nelson Secretary of tho Navy Charles J Bonaparte addressed the Intonation Christian Endeavor Convention at Baltimore his subject being Pure Politics and Religion Finley E Fogg of Morgan county in a letter to a friend at Campton saj he will be o candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress to succeed F A Hopkins- J T Doores Chairman of the Hl publican Congressional Campaign Con mittee of the Third district was fined 200 and given an 80day jail sentence lie was charged with violating tho local option law Tho PrlIlWnUmslIppoln1cdWmLC- rtlhoun of Chicago special commit stoner to investigate the relations ex- Isting between Venezuela and foreig Powers and certain other matters affecting the interests of the Unite States and that country A Virginia mountaineer who hud strayed to Richmond on an excursion progressedIconfident of his own greatness Look ing round at his companions says the Baltimore Sun he boasted vainly Gentlemen he said I kin lick any man in Richmond No one offered to dispute the assertion and he tried again Gentlemen he said kin lick any man in the whole State of Vli words were hardly out of his mouth before a tall sinewy man fror his own part of the State entered the game and gave the boaster a goo thrashingThe had a sense of hu mor He slowly picked himself up am faced the group to which he had boast ed Gentleman he said I am now ready to acknowledge that I kivverei too much territory in that last state ment Buy It Now Now Is the time to buy Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoei Remedy It U certain to be needci sooner or later and when that time comes you will need it badlyyou writ need it quickly Buy it now It may save life For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard- Alva I McClure of Leitchfied whil resisting arrest was killed by one of two peace officers both of whom tired on himA rain and wind storm did considerable damage to crops around Henderson FOR SALE Pure brvd Berkshire hogs and Houthdowi sheep Alra high Kradvyrnrltng Duck J HOarfHntpr lltntonvlllf Iy- NOTICE Those rxTkoni owing the estate of tho lilt Jumps H McKlnney will greatly oblige lilt by trttllnK wirne nt very earliest convent puce Tho having claims aghast the cr Into will prtMnt them xo wriy verified MlHijKXNIKMcKlNMKY AUUK A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflico over McHoberts Drug Store in the Oweley Build- ingDripping Springs PO Crab Orchard Sy ThU delightful old Hummer retort Ii now I goodiralulogo Harriett Halter nitnln In chnrKe ol tho kltuhen which meutm Rood fill In it lood Ktable dial our horse will cured lor lute IT per week Write to blli K1HII Kit Crab Orchard Ky A FAMOUS REMEDY guy 1 cured MY cough with German ByripP He wrote to Dr G G Green IIAn at true uI tell doctor dear Im feelln finer thin ever Ive been r tjThe poor consumptive should not be the victim as be often is but the moment the dread disease manifests its presence he should be given Bo tehees German Syrupa pure nan alca- bolie medicine that made spec for the cure of consumption and has a worldwide fame so for catarrh colds sore throat ana ill bronchial affections in old and oung lilt it sold in all civilized countries bat been famous as a consumption cure for almost halt a century fTrial bottle 350 Big bottle 7jc At ill draggitta throughput the world e For Sale at Pennys Drug Store I I i I REMNfNTSIr L IY IM NW We Mw y I find we have a lot of Out of Style Mens Ladies and Childrens Low Shoes and Slippers Quality good but style off We dont want them 1 IfI TheyIt r get them while you can IB a f H J MROBERTS STANFORDM rIj a1 IFOR SALE I Fire Mirlnkrr the lender blnckml blower uxle iimrlilnc rill txr ttnrmnchlne und other Iduekumlth tool too numerous to mention all on or atl dress Ho No si Mnywood Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE lUll A CLAUSON Inn JUNCTION CITY Itf- lrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Ralel Special Attention to Trave Hag Yea and Hay For B- elaNOTCE You should before you let out Jour house carriage and root painting lap4r hanging a We have at paper from three Iftadlngbouies the world can tell you wall ban you eatteatit Estimate furnished on ap plication All work guaranteed I BELUCS A Co vomeriet street McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS ICcXinaoy Xy tHitmht the McKinney Holler andrcurrdtherrvtcesof Mr W M Dm Irriir nil I fret wnrrnn ed In olTerlnK to the polite u mill fund to ot kind T- tnutchlnrryisnilIngadmatlrand the prt duct of It tunU thin ie tion grinding n infinity I nlsn kn pmt IUUllllINII of nil kind whirl I wllljiellat lowest innrkit price lillY lwR s to stock J want tll hll yourwhcai nol will ay you the hIKht cash for JHMIMUIIY Mcit hurry Ky State College of Ken tuckyL- oxingtoa tontt sky Tbe Agricultural und Mechanical tau College of offers the ollowlp of vlil AKrlcnUur culturalChemfClllilological hematl cal IhTslcal ClInical Me chanlcal EnglneerlnR Electrical Knflneer log CUIl Engineering and Mining Engln eerlng each of which extend over fou year and leads to a degree Post gradual itudles are also provided leading to a ma lets degree Each coune of study Is or eanUed a lernrato faculty The general faculty numlnr nearly 50 profes sore Instructors County appointees receive free tuition room rent In oormitories fuel and Itllt und If they remain 10 months traveling ex pence and tnuieumi are large well equipped comprehensive and modern 90000 torTht Legislature home nnn women and l3O a 00ofordrlll ball and gymnasium for men Roth buildings are completed In uio Military tactics and science are fully provl dod for as reciulwd bY Congress Graduates from the several conrne 01 study find excellent positions und liberal remuneration The demand Is largely In excess of the of the College it supply Specialists with the necessary number ot aulltantl charge of each departmunl ot natural science Summer schools are provided forpedagogy In engineering arts In The State College of Kentucky HIOUR bearing hitherto the title of college the only Institution In the Commonwealth In any proper eneunllertlty work doing College home for The completion facilities torgoo1 allbmodern and room for pisydeal culture It le test by electrIcity rd by steam and An opportunity la thus afforded to young a thorough education women In l modern language literature mathematics logic metaphysics economyWtC State offer- advaatagesfor women at all ompra those offered by the state Kentucky Forcatalo eee of obtaining ap regarding course urms of to ot study K PATTERSON Ph DLL D- Ir to D O FBAZEE Business Agent LnI- nllton Ky Begins September 14 IMS J Our stock of School Books Tabletss School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky First NationalStanford Ky Bank 1 Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1151 then reorganized as the National hank of Stanford in tees and again reorganized as the First National link of Stanford In 1862 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 fl It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries lid Cer orations Solicited I J B Paxton J8 Owsley 9 II Shanks W O Walker Qeo W Carter j It Foster Ij O Gooch W H Uumtnlni W M Ilrlght It L Hubble W II Shanks Successors to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under same tIlana Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial J S Invite you inspect their stock Roods and Ret their prices They want n goals patronage low In wba you wnntCJIvu them n call I I JI t HOOKER Pews T UAitnm 11 MCKOUEKTS Ohr W U WEAKEN Ait Chri f r Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore 8 II Haughman Stanford T P Hill Jss Robinson Uubblt 1 II Ilaugbman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford OK Tate Stanford ee LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 980000 a Directors continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOURBANK ACCOUNT Murphy Son Hedgcvillc Kentucky to of sbnrguuof ut t Officers V1ret Dlnotors tanfordIf tI Officers H SHANKS IrelldIDI J B 1VlcoW M BRIGHT Cash r W i 0 WALKER Asst Cashlir 0I McKinney Woolen Mills I McKlnney Kentucky Manufacturers of Jeans Llnseys Flnnnol allowinnggthe f rlAgents t iT Friday and Saturday Will Ixi tilt last day for some of the special prices we nro making on staple goods Come the C two days and get tho benefit of the reductions ItIj1 J t SEYEBAMGEL SOM STAMFORD KENTUCKY 11 1905IWB have a now that will Interest Now shapes and qualities Penny a Drug Store 4 PERSONALS L H COOK is quite sick fDn W 11 HIOCINH la indisposed Miss GEORGIA LBWIS is at Dripping r e l J KEVIN CARTER vas In Lexington nttlJIYiHARRY HificiNS to at Drip ping DR JOHN M HECK wont to Winches 1ter yesterday MADIB HELM of Louisville Is I with Mrs Preston L Heck t MRS LIIIDA TUCKEK of Taylorsvllle Is with Mm E II Boarloy IMIss Mum MOORK RANEY is back a visit to Lexington relatives Miss MIRANDA WHITE has returned from a visit to friends at MU Vernon t W 11 TilURMAN of Stanford was In this city last week Somerset Jour mil MRS NANNIE WEAKEN Is over from Lexington with her son Mr W H Wcarcn I MRS F P EnnuJMAN of Louisville arrived yesterday to visit the Misses VanDevecr MRS J C McCLARY and Miss Dora Straub are at French Lick Springs for several weeks NOEL of Danville was r Miss MAGGIE t hero Wednesday en route to Lancaster- to visit friends MRS J S WELLS and children of Danville are guests of the MUses OWl loy at Walhut Flat MRS J K VANARSDALE spent several days In Louisville with her son Lawrence VanArsdale MRJ C MCCLARY attended the burial of his relative Mr A K Mc Clary in Rockcastle Tuesday MR AND Mns C C GILLESPIE of Somerset were here yesterday the former wanting to buy homes Miss MARY D CARTER who Is at a Sherman N Y attending Chnutau qua will be at home by the 25th MR T U IUM8EY wife and child ren of the Paint Lick section were with Mr and Mrs John Bright Jr MR JULIUS VONGRUENIQAN of Nlcholasvlllo came over yesterday to attend the marriage of his sister MESSRS MATT WoonsoN and George P Crow of Danville spent Wednesday night with the formers family here MRS GEORGE P MAURY MR AND of Wilklnsburg Pa are the guests of t her parents Mr and Mrs J N Men efeeMa114 JABBOTT and wife of Ural head were on Tuesdays train bound for Aztec N M for tho benefit of his health Miss ALLENE CUR nAN of Cincinnati I who hns been with Misses LeGrande f I and Rosa Jones returned to Cincinnati yesterday Miss MARY CARPENTER of Perry vlllc t train bound foryesterdayswas on Lily to visit her brother who Is the L N agent thereS- ECRETARY SAM M OWENS and Director A B C Dlnwiddic of the Hustonvlllo fair spent yesterday at the Lancaster fair advertising SMITH children EDNA AND CHALLIS ofMivG M Smith who have been yisitin Mrs Julia lIughes returned to their home at Flat Lick Tuesday MR D K FARRIS of Crab Orchard was hero Wednesday talking up the great fair which will begin at his town t 930 Wednesday morning next H BUONAUOH of Crab Orch ard lias been confined to his bed with malarial fever for several days It Is f feared It will result in typhoid fever JULIAN FOWLS of Rowland who has been In Alabama a year In the em N watchman re ploy of the L as the coal turned to his home yesterday t strike being settled i Miss MARGARET ELIZABETH DENHAM hu resigned her position as music teacher Seminary and has accept Auburnat of tether of music at od the position Jackson Ky InstituteLees Mn AsliRY M WARREN or Mobile surprised his homo Ala agreeably by making them a here yesterdayfolks I visit Ho is In fine health and his looks with him show that the South agrees Mrs ThomasfromA LETTER B Gallic formerly of the West End resident of Tampa Fla UtXat she will not visit her Ken summer as she had relativesthiatucky hoped but will spend the heatd season the gulfresort on at a summer FHBD CooKE Is at Monticello visiting relatives Mil AND MlW J C UAYH are at Crab Orchard Spring MIHH GRACE TAYLOR of Danville is With Miss ncsniu MISH VAILBY KILL who has spent several weeks with relatives in Lincoln and Boyle left this week to join friends at Mammoth Cavo and after a brief stay there will return to her home at Evant Texas LOCALS JosKfii L JAIIVIS has been appointed postmaster at Saullcy this county vice Dr J T Morris roslgned TUB MIddlcburK base ball team will cross bats with the Hustonville nine at Hustonvillo tomorrow Saturday aftcr e 930 Wednesday morning July 19th the bell at the Crab Orchard fair grounds will ring and the show of stock will begin LOST stick pin Four Baroque i earU and diamond in center reauinbling four leaf clover Leave with Miss Tevis Carpenter Foil SAIK Handsome 12light chandelier for church Comparatively now Apply to Rev George W Mills Hus tonville Ky e W H TfiAYLOiis distillery is the only big distillery now running in this revenue district The other big ones have all shut down A COMPETIVB nation for ap pointment State College will be held in my office July 21 22 1005 G Sin gleton superintendent J J HGLOBN d Co wllllJeat Hus tonville for the next few weeks and will be prepared to do papering taint lag tinwork guttering etc TIIOSK who etaock the lIu ton villo Fair or gave special premiums ore requested to remit me for same at once S M Owens Secretary Hustonville Ky O Till Ladies Aid Societyy the lisp tist church will meet at the parsonage Friday afternoon from 230 to oclock All the ladles of tho church are cordially invitedMoNEYTrusteoof the Jury Fund W 0 Walker tells us that the money for those who screed as jurors during tho last term of court has arrived and that he will pay it out on application Nonce Those who hitch by the month at my stable after July 1st will bo charged regular prices for hitching when they have more than one horse UIIJ W HUTCIIESON ofthe Citizens Hank of Brodhead has organized a bank at Kirksville composed of the following olllcera J T Cox president Clay Hlakcmnn vice president H H Hutchoson of Owenton cashier GOLD veins of great richness running hundreds of dollars per ton are being found near here on open Government land We will have a GoldlcldTonopah hero in the next few days It has not been noised abroad yet Ono find runs over 30 ounces gold per ton writes Mr Lucien M Lasley from San Mar cial New Mexico Mn E S FisilEli proprietorof Dripping Springs was hero Tuesday He told that his summer resort Is enjoy ing a good patronage and that a num ber from CampbelUvillo and Winchester arc duo this week lie is looking for a record brcaking crowd in Augustj Ho says his supply of chickens near cxhaustd and that he will have abundant yellow legs for all who comeTilE Lancaster Fair begun yesterday with a big crowd present and a magnifi cent display of horse stock As usual Lincoln county is well represented and those of her citizens who are showing stock are getting their sharo of the liberal premiums Carroll Bailey got a tie on the Bright mare C T Sandldgo captured two tics and in tho yearling mule ring S T Harris and the Embry brothers got the blue and red respec tively Tho Garrard county people are entertaining their guests most royally and are not only giving them a fine show of stock but every thing else they can wish for Today and tomor row are tho biggest days Better join the procession and go Remnants of the Remnant Salo will 1m on enlo until all arc closed out There will be lota of good things among these next week If you did not get to our enlo como and look among the Itcmnnntt and you nosy find half dozen pieces you can use We liavo played on tho Remnant Table some desirable lengths in woolen goods lust the thing for School Skirts fillIl Waists W 0 SPEED is the only man In Stan ford who handles the famous Leo 61 whisky CARDS 25 nicely printed visiting earls for 23c 60 for 35e or 100 for GOo This ofllce SAvE money for all watch clock and jewelry repairs by consulting K Fenzel Phone 1C3 e TUB Grafters defeated Dexter Bal lous team 15 to J at Graded School Park Vttdueaday afternoon L03T pair gold frame nose glasse- in Stanford Juno court day Kea sonable reward if returned to this of fice MR TOM Ban Wilmore had hli scull fractured at Lancaster yesterday by a wheel running oT of the vehicle in which he was riding REV L M OSIER fell as he alighted from a train at Junction City the other night and a dozen or more cut places on his face and hands show the force withwhich he struck the ground TUB various privileges of the Hus tonville Fair July 2G 27 and 28 Will be sold to the highest bidder next Satur day July 15 at 2 r S M Owens Secretary Hustonville Ky LECTURE AT ARN ORCHARD Kev William J Holtzclaw will lecture at the Baptist church at Crab Orchardn Tuesday night next 18th Ills subject will be The Women of Today Admission adults 25c children lOc THC republican executive committee for Lincoln county is hereby called to meet at the office of Dr Robert L Da vison in Stanford Ky on Saturday leetIngall vacancies which may exist on said committee and to consider tho time place and method of nominating candi dates for the various county offices to be voted for at the November election 1905 R L Davison chairman Lincoln county republican committee July 12 1905 Till Kentucky county attorneys arc having a great time at Crab Orchard Springs in annual convention Con siderable business is being done and the sessions are brimful of interest Tho session began with reports of officers and was followed with an ad dress on legal and illegal claims by Judge W G Howell which was dis cussed by Judge S Ii Kirby of Louis ville and others Yesterdays proceed ings opened with an address by James T Buford on the subject of needed legislation W P Kimball of Lex ington T Scott Mays of Springfield and Samuel Kash of Manchester en gaged in a discussion of tho subject Judge Dennis Dundon of Paris gave a pleasing talk on reciprocal relations and duties of county judges and county attorneys Jacob Corbett of Ballard county delivered an important address in favor of the return to the viva voce system of voting at elections and advocating tho adoption of the amend ment to the Constitution now pending providing for a return to the ballot of our fathers Judge It C Warren of Stanford James Garnett of Columbia and Col Thomas P 11111of Stanford made arguments favoring the reform Wilkes H Morgan of Anderson county delivered an address on the subject of compensation of county attorneys which was discussed by Judgo Kirby of Louisville J C Graham of Leitch field and J W Moran of London A mock court presided over by lion Pros Kimball of Lexington afforded much enjoyment at tho evening session The speeches of Judge Warren and Col Hill wero loudly applauded many of tho couuty attorneys never having had the pleasure of hearing either of the gentleman before Hon Harvey Helm who is a member of the entertainment committee is working over time in order to make the visitors havo a good time and he is succeeding admirably Mine Host Willis has turnedover the keys to the attorneys and Crab Orchard is theirs while they stay there The very successful meeting came to a close at noon yesterday after tho following officers wero elected for the ensuing year W T Davis Pineville presi dent Dennis Dundon Paris vke president W J Price Danville secretary J C Graham Leltchfield treasurer The association extended a vote of thanks to Col T P Hill of this place for his timely and eloquent talk 4 ITBE school per capita has been fixed at 325 the highest in many years LOST n pocket Masonic Trestle Band J C Hays Crab Orchard Ky TUB Crab Orchard Fair will begin promptly at 930 Wednesday morning July 19th Go e Tile tax books are ready and I will take pleasure In giving you your receipt My office is on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse where you will find me or one of my deputies from Baughmans FOOT SVA9111NUbiC T J Foley who attended foot washing service thatthenear Gilpin Casey county will have a toot washing on Sunday week 23rd and that he hopes to be present Only one foot of each member Is washed and the bath is given It by a brother or slater in the church lIe says the sight is as amusing as it is unusual in this advance age- CEDAR CREEKDont forget the box supper at Sugar Grove Saturday night next 15th for the benefit of a Christ mas tree G W Edwards and family were with relatives here Sunday Rev Gooch will preach at Sugar Grove Sun day night Everybody come Rev J H Pence will preach there the first sunIdaySaturday night and Sunday TimE EDITORS MEETManager J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs has made a rate of per day to the mem bers of the Kentucky Press Association during their meeting beginning July 24 Among the features of the meet will be two balls a banquet German progressive euchres and band concerts There will be many handsome prizes awarded the victors in running jump- Ing and other contests A delightful program has been arranged and agreat time is expected CHURCH MATTERS Tho three Catholic daily papers in Rome will suspend publication for lack of support Rev R B Mahony will preach at Dripping Springs on the morning of the fifth Sunday in this month- R II Boll of Louisville will begin a series of meetings at the meeting place of tho Church of Christ on Lancaster street next Sunday Everybody invit edTho meeting at Hebron church con ducted by Revs Jordan and Jones closed Sunday night There were a dozen confessions and a general awaken ing of the members The Congress of Baptists was opened in Exeter hall London Tuesday Five hundred American delegates and nearly 1000 other American visitors were in attendance Asbury College at Wilmore is no longer private property but belongs to tho Holiness movement 15000 of the 30000 purchase price has been paid Of this 5000 is due September 1 and contributions are asked by Rev L L Pickett who proposes to pay off all debts and endow the college The Emperor of Russia has announc ed the appointment of M Witte as his chief plenipotentiary in the peace nego tiations FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Fnriii contain rQ lIeltl of land In good ttiic of cultivation adieu from trnli Or banlonlonenelerpika9oeree In iiivml iw 3 In cultivation 2 line gamer orchard He TIlt Improvement coiuiUt of it of xlx room newly 1IIIItred and In wry goat n aIr Ustvrn nt dour Horvant room outhouse nuinoroui niul In trood con illtloii Hplendld utaliln ami two crlb Will iirlvatily ItttJiiJovrs loxrlral OrclmrilKy THE VERDICT I Hcivundoorii window tcrttn anil screen lug luuo Flume wlekleve Oil Mtovee iMee Curtain Hhado 1olen Extension llrnck OurtitittHtrotchcrlMnttingsnrpetatrotciter llru4hcs to front floor by Rrctlun carp t 1IIlIIIIUlllnJ 1aper Door Window all 1apcr 1lIlnb Vurnlnh Htaln and Knamvl Pictures Kramvd lass IIUIIIIII New IIJIl Old Furnlture Douse and wee you CIIII name uomethliiK wu do not keep Good Llv cry Plenty of horses and bugtilei and feed Excellent undertaking equipment Plenty of horses und fwd Hubbtr Tiring donePruitt Brothers Moreland Ky These Prices In Effect Next Week Shirts 25c Corset Girdle 25c Corsets 2Cc Black Colt ts eizo 18 and 1U at ICc Wnih Skirts 75c Wash Waists Oflc 3 White Shirt Waist Suite worth 84 at 8118 size 34 35 and 38 Reduced prices on Low Shoes and Slippers BOc Belts 2ci 60o Scriveuw Drawers 39c 25o liens Black Ua derthirta 19c Good values in Woolen Skirts to close out Prices very low Twenty Per Cent De l duction 01 All Tan i Oxfords We will give a discount of ONE FIFTH from the price of all Tan Oxfords and ShoesMens Womens and Childrens Tan leather is cooler for the heated season and best to wear to the Fairs All this seasons goods Latest styles a 1 N1 CUfI INS MCLARY tAii Stanford Kentucky j Hardware Stoves Tin J ware Glassware t Snit Qucensware Wire Staple and Fancy Groceries 8JIODC U Opera House Block opposite CourtHouse Stanford Wo have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves we will close out at cost Como and see us P G 11TermsThis wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to conIvince you we have the best the market af fords GEORGE H FARRIS A COO Stanford KentuckyIi IB McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Sells Kurlces Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested md Sure Bed Bug Destroys i 07R i fj t The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at ttcondtlati Inatftr- JUIIWsItLD TUISHUAYH AND 81tZDV M- At 100 PER YEAR CASH Or When not paid ISOO will be charg- edUMBRELLAS 1te covered and repaired and made almost for n amount I can U good as now Sx your umbrella Latter than the tramp jetnlren and for less money Give mo a Ulal FRANK ATKIKS Stanford For Sale Privately JloILULnCfn oLlJIwLsIJI1tcl Just outside of town Ilmlt on tho Somerset plko house hat 7 rooms kitchen and ser Ind aU necessaryouthnldingVnter hydrant In tho yard one J r AILF INSURANCE Kir Unlit nine lvluii storm Ilf nnd Acolilint Sums but the HTIUMSOhKT nod JJKHT ronipiiliU Uiivint lowest 1os lblo Itatr I loOn Iliylngilleo cirdTTnwiimlhKl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky naldeoce Phone No 11 The New Mason Hotel RATES 1200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS Prprlt8rE- lKtrle Lights In every room Rtfurnlshed end under enUte New Abnalemtol Bob the favorlt rorttr meets all trains R A JONES Dentist5- TANFOADKENTUCKY Outer in Myers House Parlor Phone No 1 J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Ileasonable Rate CAll on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal Ee D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Garter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY j Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is toUched Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection WeH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY NllYer The Ijilest In Jewelry OutOlnsif hatches and CIlKkH III ACk HUSH HONEY DONT CRY I nut still UKent for The Victor Talking Machllie TliB Victor U no xrftct that It U often mistaken for the liiiiimn voice It U proving u n v Tfullln source of delight to thouviiiils II oliitiiuMit to none To ull lover of goal music The Victor Is nil Inspiration no mutter how muchentortnln went there at home Th Victor Is OIWII1 welcome You can at nil tines listen to iMnUiiorchmtrns songs Inttruniiintal mus foto that thousand of iwuplo flock to bear In crowdiil riMirts tier In no limit to the selection Thl matclilfvnrletlof rrcih to you Olin J tutee eat your If ocnll nod Mimplu machine Dud hear It piny 011 exhibition at my store N W Oor Itf0t Ht TJ10H O HAM Htntiroril Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there u 10 little reace In the price ol high grade ready made suit aDd a suit to measure taken by an ex hatdeomelinelow price business Cult to the finest suit Spring overcoats sod trous ere The company I represent Is one of the best a llqe goods nakeupmv for those wYopsefert ORUPLB7 the Tailor t It i i Ar t J DaJl Traglor DIALER vrhlsku Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYOloseIProlllptan1 pout tttnton Nothing but tin bas phone cr tttarapb ordirs rtctlv prompt attention RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBilITY physleaLmentalII true tyra orarrect olanhood ilTo alUlnttiln lint rMilrove nTataaSeultraWtmkcalgeJtJlife Ulclmfiltan fg NmiCurenub Pr trstln SIn anavUter troutdetdu la artrvcrknnaklnirdruK babltf and otlwr eauhealthy cud repair lasted fleegood for women oUot tree It1Ullr a torfl00 palM with egaaTc fund If Dot ctirpil nr lentdMEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u II At IFOa SALE AT fCXXYB DRUG STORE POSTED We whoso names appear below strictly forbid hunting Billing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kclehenbeh Bros Fred VonOruenlRnn Albert Vonaruenlgau Fred VouAllman Fred llaumnnn Alfred Simpson Ocorpe Holmes Miss Mattie It Uewes E Itetebonbach Charles Oummtns Jos Ilallou A O Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W n HauRberty 513 Hoffman M II Klmora Ieter W Arter J Nerln Garter J R Bruce W K Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll Pr3 D John H Oamentsch Sam Trbrillo A D Root Charles Enstlln Frank Oordlor Mrs W O Welch tVtcr BMmcr Mrs Kate Ador JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsKuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e lXtceaT Undertaker Etnbalulcr and DenIer in Harues3SadlIery C STANFORD KENTUCKY Olllce Phone Home Iioue33 TAKE A LONG WALK Every Day This Spring It will bring you lpnlth and beauty It will put roses Into your clutks glad ness anti Joy Into your heart Dont neglect It Should It cause your feet to become tired soro and swollen bntho them In warm water and apply raracamplu It will relieve them In Blantly Should the day bo windy dont tall to tike n walk anyway An application of Paracamph upon your return will prevent your taco from chapping rind Jceep your skin clear and smooth When you apply Paracauiph to tho skin It penetrates directly to tho Interior cells stimulates tho clrcu latlon oils tho muscles drawing out flay soreness or Inflammation through tho pores of tho skin Paracamph will Klvo your akin n healthy glow prevent roughness blackheads pimples etc So dont forget your exercise this spring and dont forget to uso your Para aniplL Tile two together will mako you hnppy Every bottlo In sold on a positive Kimrantee Sold only In 2i5c roc anti 100 bottles Tho Paracauiph Co Louisville Ky U tied FOG BALE BT WIN CRAI6 Pharmacist tStanford SiJj i it IRe ns Whereas we the teachers of Lin i coIn county have spent a week In Insti tute under the direction of Prof F L Williams and whereas his manner of instruction has been such as to awaken a keen interest in the subjects taught therefore be it resolved that it is the consensus of opinion that becauso ol his apparent inexhaustible store in ProtWilllamitutu work Resolved that we tender him our hearty thanks for his painstaking labor during the week Resolved that wo tender our thanks to Supt Singleton for his unbiased ad jrnlBistraUanflf the sriloolPyateln of our county Wo also tender our thanks to Miss M E Jartnan for services as secretary to the officers of the Baptist church for the use of their building j and to the citizens of the town who have shown an interest in us by at tending our meetings Resolves further that since the Reap erDeath has removed from our number our colaborer Charles Haynes therefore we bow in humble submission to Ills will resolving so to live that when we too are called hence wo maybe found fit subjects for citizenship in the Land of Deulah F L Stepp Rebecca Logan W DI Tardif Kentucky Fair Dates The following are tho dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs fur IQOii liSI far as reported Crab Orchard July 1044 days Richmond July 254 days Hustonville July 263 lays Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shephcnlsville August Ift days Lawrenceburg August 154 days Liberty Aug 163 days Vanceburg August 164 days Brodhead Aug 163 days Guthrie August Ij3 days Columbia Aug 224 days Shelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 243 days Nlcholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 291 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 186 days Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 105 days FARMERS DEPARTMENT Four Southdown Lucks for sale J B Foster Stanford 2t R B Woods sold to R L Chrisman a pair of gray geldings for 200 Clara Dee belonging toll G Denny won at 10 to 1 at Latonia Tuesday Henry Lyons a 10 to 1 shot won at Latonia Tuesday He is owned by D N PrewittR sold to Cowan Mo Cormack a lot of ewes at 350 and bought of E V Carson a bunch of hogs at c W R Dillion of London spiel to W M Jones of North Middletown 255 ewes and lambs averaging 80 pounds at 375 There is u strong demand for Ken tucky mules and prices are high Good 16 hand mules bring 175 to 200 15J hands 150 to 175 15 hands 100 to 12514 hands 90 to 100 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES H T Murphy aged 70 died near Powars Casey county He had been a member of the Rocky Ford Baptist church for 50 years Robbers entered the store and pOst office at Dabney and pilfered the cash drawer G C May owner of the store fired several shots at the robbers as they left- Senator John T Morgan of Alabama was always one of the most conscientious of lawyers and when in active practice pocketed some large fees One day a notorious outlaw wanted to hire him Now see here said the lawyer before I take your case I want to know if you are guilty The fellow replied Nobody ever called mo a fool but Id be the durndest Idiot un hung to come and hire the most expensive lawyer In the South If I was innocent A feud of months duration resulted in the killing of two men near Constance Ky by George Richey a farmer The latter cut John Warner in the stomach Warner died a short while later William Smith heard Warners cry and ran to his assistance with a doublebarreled shotgun Richey sprang at Smith and cut him fatally before Smith could use his gun Robert E Peary announced In New York that he would sail on the expedition to the Pole this week Two additional subscriptions amounting to 35000 have enabled him to complete his equipment which has been in course of preparation since last October I Col Alexander Hogcland of curfew reform fame is advocating the use of tho sands of the great American desert as a cure for consumption He sug gests that the sand be shipped to san- Itariums and hospitals throughout the country Col Hogclands theory that alkali dust has healthful properties runs counter to notions horetdforo prevailing Marvin Hart who recently defeated Jack Root in a fistic encoun ter on tho sands says tho dust injured his breathing He found it necessary- to apply vasiline to the interior of hiI nose each night Peter Maher who trained on the lAnd for a contest assorts that the alkali dust irritated his eyes to such an extent at to necessi tate H postponement of tho fight If such athletes find the dust serious it will ho hard to convince lungers that alkali is beneficial to delicate membranes Good for 5 mach Trouble and Constipation Chamberlains Stoinuuh and Liver Tablets havo dune me u great deal o good says C Towns of Hat Portage Ontario Canada Being a milt physic tho after effects are not tin pleasant and I can recommend them to all who stiller from stomach disc p dor For sale by Lynp Bros Crab Orchard Ky For five long years the body of Governor Goebel has mouldered in Its bloody grave and for the foulest mos damnable assassination that ever blackened the fair name of Kentucky an obscure and unknown stenographer and typewriter has alone felt the heavy hand of justice How long oh Lord how longGlasgow Times When you want u pleasant laxativ- that In easy to take and certain to net use Chamberlains Stomach and Lhe- tablets For sale by Lyno Hros Crab Orchard Ky Prof Edward S Wood ofthe Har yard Medical School is dead but will serve under you LEAD I SIrngr le- eoundlrI but epre3lye You walk tvltfi the shoes not In them feet oontrolIThe patent URFIT holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape ate the only shoes good mouth lo carry the URFIT Made of genuine calf or kid tit onutna patent Russian with solid hooUnd cm butfavhlda oakUnncd oUc rOB 8AU BT HJ1 RQg ETSr I Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title ConlpanyIStanford Ky No Small Ittit slim Smile from Btan font Houitot frlIO roams task ponn aolveranda 11001 barn aad other bciWlap In foej repair Cut la ill BrtJi well hove J s9 sues in eu nvatioooDacretn frull Iron ml In pain- Iluuehtatoommtukeerlulaet Urgito and ftll iMMlilat tussle Clow to shad aixt ehurah lrire tU per acres lasj aj lnlii ld tot and Its This lsa tfltIID No M a nome ot anhtimlrtlanl leas a la ponnlf Kv oo oral Vine CIrcrllwtarrof the North Fors 01 Kenittekjr tlrer IsurrrlriAfcoal TarjIiifU tlilckani trout teel to ales ft lather unlrtItI tb mouth ol abartcreek A ralltoa4 Uuirttjed within thru wile of MlJ property the Ilmtet nimbi lit oak etc Title ptrfKl Will Sell or iichang on easy terms No otA Dire tvottonr elibl roaw IrIM dUo IIlulurd Hat two bllli aleenar- with evnrnta Srotoolanlee writ In kltch- ntllro UbiD on plan which nutfor IIIr month trorcrlrrrIIOrfStensnt bouies barn room for ottr 3 al head tock and all other necessary outbuildings all In nlrotl cud Clow In rood to nelg lprhmdwWSpcuts In rultlratleu net In graM sod timber ele This U an deal country home ai all eonfenleneee on plate tale etc Well wstereJ with II otter tailing rrlOCI rein ruonsble No ItSO scru of land one mile from Somerset Kj cut In tereo trlli Forty aerie ID culUta tlon 40 acreInputuretalanrolnltmter Dwell tonlalns scren rooms all net- euatyoutbuildrop IcnrN and UilldlncilB iplea dlt rrlr Well lrtftltMU No 14 l u acre of land In foril county leas slxnllMlrou rsllrosl and ullMfroui Arkaous Ator exchange No 411 tam of acre In Lincoln county Three dwellings S Shod haves sad other out l4roaletratree church school and sod veil watered This U a good tobaccofarm end would suli two or tarn fjujlllr that might want to cone from thlime nelghbaibooj Irlrw reatanable No f Twostory frame dwelling of six NOn too ball tranda to wU at dour and all otber blackltellbefret wIe This properly will be soW t a very petsr A faro olIn are four wile from Stan pike In the toanty well watered 10110011 dwelling room pike all Iut oulbuliJlbp A splendld blue grr farm ud only W minutes rit from county test Owner of tine term aJInlnlog thlt has rorently relutrd lit Mr are VooffrlhlsalH7JO- No MKlftr acre near lleaatnt Point Ky Frime house 8 rooms sod porch Barn end other Iacre la tultlf alien rett In tim ber wellwatstoJaOeyanlcoin pmiofflwKbool and rhuttbl lays wn on pike ant In good cam 61- 10Nolh220let facto i tell of Crab Orchard Sty llrlck dwelling I noms two tenant houses two tarn well and spring near dwelling farm In high state ol culllnllon lit acree rlter lutlom land good renting fruit etc rrlr375anacre No nA nice farm at IllchUnJ Kveil lwrroe eJ well witereJ etc PrkCuto- yta6raanaltanlonJamelWwn toad south of Dunnvllle too acres In tultlvitlon about TJ acres In timber and rest In pass A large new frame dwell ing also an olJ dwelling on rlaca A new barn anj two ol Jones It Is well wiUreJ and the fencing Is goal On public rout Price liooo No tl i oaoo acres of cotton tent In Mlnlulrp There Is no section of country whkh utters so many o pattuntuufapruhublInvedmentasthe I rrl Delta which Is now as Ins rer1tyVII The Umttrlt twcomloq valu able all the time for the reason that lumber people from the North where the supply of timber Is fast dlmlnlshlne are tontUntly Increasing their pur chases of timber UnJs In the youth hen the ber Is removed the land Is une ualed for agricultural purport It will proluce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow any other kind of crop raited In the tone The soil reels no fertllliers ant eacelleJlasesarelowJtheant timber lands at present prices Is making an Inc vestment that he will never regret This land Is dl vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres lo the tract to acres to the tract and prkes from 1s per ace- to lib per acre according to location etc ware authorlied by the company who own these lands to ante that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we otter these tracts sub eel tu prior sale withdrawal from market or change In price wlihonl notice However when notified they will bold any tract out of market long enough forthepurchastr to make an Investigation Maul 11000 acres of this land has been void by the Com pany since we received this option Ior further pan Iculars call aloof ONCe No MA farm of mID Casey county Ky On and onehalf dwelling with six room other outbuildings Ilal Ihnsetacultivation 45 acres In Umber fruit Lays well on county road clot to church school etc Irln only 1000 Also n harts mill In Mercer county on Suit Hlver Steam new up dwellIInlland close to 19 tOy acres of land near Crab Orchard cheep storysixroom food aml alt uemauy ouihulMlop hare welt timid and se gnnl repair eIutcst tQII and thINo M Ksnu ot HI atrte In Cater county Two tstory fnuae dwelling two goof tiaras and other otuhulMlBgt la good repair tiMrndld tolnna t00Nonew two story S room fems dwelling an dwelllbgInfair cot Jlllon turn still other outbuildings On county tool fpltndld tnhccro land will wsuml two wtlli sprint tic Tbialaadc alnblhome Pete IIMO WnburcVtlllnlimejnooelaodb t004 lrkeuuIto USn coons dwellutg 1nod cellar sal platNowscrMUoil Ntter Ulllnrwsllsna spring tVacltf Ito 4TwosUrr frame dwfllltif rooms hall soil nada Uooj EArlaIDclDC and house In orepair For IrlcofliGacreM Perm sllust l near Kiefs vlllr Ky W srrrs lo cultivation III In limUriMt to gtase cell catered two toad turns and ether fOOIIrII 1 on dnlrablafarmtoiullpurcbuerNo 21 IwlllDor4 rooms with 20 Mm land la MonrUBd luau hm aed BsxvMirjr oatbalU lop 2 wills la j rJ splndld orchard and 1 acre incur vbrrle Iedl potwMlon Irlc pattllculapCIID i Till O No Ninety aryl of land near Wayneeburg Kr SOscrrsIn tliubtr dwelling end fifr condition WunhmlleoSpikes wateredby Dr falling Nlwfng tCiawNo llouwanU See ore of IaDIID MtKlo kIfnwary outbulldlDCS Scoring tool easytermsNo B211 serf s of good land six rooms two story dwelling well watered good testing Is b the suburb of the city ol SisslurJ cloec lo liraded school and ehurche This It a drtirahl home lrln muontlile No SI G room frame rot hr and one lit o laud In KlngsTllle Ky lag barn truck bouM repelf OdIhouse iruott house cIaoa6twoetablelbuggy is also a goal will the place a g od cruiher In mill It run by nat ural power which It a great economy and the dim It In goof repair Will sell the property at a low Durorlru It INoC Irene betel Urge route double veran das hallway Ere Urge 2 story storeroom rroDtlDftI ID tilt from hotel up stain suita 2 nun cutUget nicely furnlihed Alsrgegarden VarantlotaJloining50 fft front by r ra4uwnih tlaacvountof health of his wlf only IrforNo 71A file lour roots collage water In kitchen good barn coal bout etc andacood garden IrltelCW Ito 7LA small farm of 75 acre of good land located close to town lrltl21W 325 acres In Allen county Ky on ran road and pike about acre cultivated aboutIthe place twice over A large part U tone Jed There arc four dwelling of I room each and one store of twoMorlra with room above has walls and springs of water Is In 3 mill uf count v IICAt and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc fur UOO ODe half cash countyKybuilt 8 years ago SWom and water Rower uptomeal bolt The engine of 7 years run i 14 acre with the mill Including what Is with the house of S rooms All for f9230 or U 800 for tho mill and II acres One half cash llus line trade No mill In 10 mile fk No 70Q arts of land near Junction Cltytut In In gram niceyoungorchardandoeeotthelrot gripe har bors In Kentucky IMJO rounds of goodClueroom lute dwelling good tarn rrllrlt all In good repair Irlro 3vso I No3650 acres ol unimproved Und In Iron county Mo IH mile Station on Iron Mountain rout Will sill etching for properly In Lincoln county To popularize their new hiiMiicsd in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added I G Weatherford Co lr HUSTONVILLK KENlVOKYi Iil gedxt6aL t yJC ayrlnwdw 4sti tw Iffhat gl Yong DetKUMc J ll I