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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 21 1905 u NO 40 ITHE CRAB ORCHARD FAIR The Fourth Annual Exhibition A Glittering Success Lots of Stock Exciting Race- sSweettstofMuslcandPr3t ty Girls Galore The Crab Orchard Fair Racing An Boclalion begun Wednesday under pro pitious circumstances crowd was up to thu average the show and race stock woe numerous and the best In the land while the weather although hot expectdday anti n reconl breaking one Is ex peeled today Following to tho list of awards of Wednesday and yesterday j FIRST DAY 1 nest Jack 1 year old and under 2 10 00 Didnt mil Host Jack 2 years old anti under 8 1000 L G Hubble rremium and certlfl tate 3 Best Jack any age 10 00 1 G Hubble imiiium It L Hubble i certificate MK II II nilONAtGH The efficient president who titer work ed hart and long for the IIUCIeras of the Fair j 4 Best suckling colt either sex by Preston 16 00 certificaleIGW A Tribble premium J C Hal ley certificate Best ludy rider J10 00 Mrs T A Uolse premium and certificate 7 Best saddle colt mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 10 00 t C T Sandidge premium IL S SJcudder certificate- S Best harness colt marc or gelding 2 years old and under 3 f 10 00 Robert Walker premium Ifc S Scudder certificate 9 Best saddle mare or gelding it years old and under 4 20fO- Bledsoo Bailey premium and certificate lOHettt roaster mare Reldintfbpecd and durability consider 61red 2COO C P Cecil premium Bonta East laud certificate 11 Best saddle stallion H years ojd and under 4 20 00 C T Sandidgo ii Co premium Mi nor Bcazley certificate RACING rKOfllUMttHT DAY Running race for 2 year olds 4b furlongs i UO to 1st 15 to 2nd 10 to 3nl 7BOO Day Hamilton tit Ben Duncan 2nd nnd L K Rogers lId Running nice J mile dash for maiden 8 year olds 50 to fat 15 to 2nd 10 tu 3rd 75 00 II B Reether 1st S A Brown 2nd 1and C P Cecil 3rd race mile heats a In C for h 3 00 minute class 7G 00 A1 Giboney 1st C P Cecil 2nd and Robert Walker 3rd Mule race l mllo heats 2 In S 10 00 A II Stlgall 1st and 3rd C P Ce- cilrf 2nd SECOND DAY 12 Best suckling mule colt either sex 10 no A U Brown premium E P Wood certificate 13 Best mule either sex year old and under 2 00 S T HurriM premium Embry Bros certificate 14 Best mule either sex 2 years old and under 3 1500 Harris Woods premium Robert B Woods certificate 15 Best mare mule 3 years old and 1500over M B Eubanks premium B F Slavin certificate hOllemule 10 00 certificate 1GJ Host pair mules 2000 B F Slavin premium Harris Woods certificate 17 Best suckling colt either sex by Chester Jewel JIG 00 Harris Curtis premium Sam J Tatem certificate harness mare rKchlinjC 8yaare old and under 4 15 00 S M Owens premium Bonta Kasllnnd certificate 10 lUst saddle mart or gelding any ago 2000 C T Sandidge premium J B Hal Icy certificate 20 Best harness slullion years old and Under 4 1500 C T Sandldgc premium Ji C Hal ley certificate 21 Best span of harness mares or geldings 25 00 Robert Mitchell premium J C Bai toy certificate 22 Rest rondstur stallion any age 25tol8t16lo2ndl AU 00 Robert Walker premium J C Hal loy certificate Dud Jnmoe 8rd iuciN0 rnooiwM Hucomi DAY Running rice mitt dash for 3 year olds and over 7K 00 II It Uoelhor Irt U K Rogaw end Fnyotlo Wilkiimm end Pacing race mAe liMtfc 3 In a foe JHiQ inlMtu ebwn 4 76 00 Bonta astlaad1st D S Wilcox 2nd lion Duncan Snl Tnittlm rnrscjjl hsulf 8 In for 225aluu 1D0 00 A J Gllionoy 1st Blcdsou Bailey 2nd D S Wilcox Unl Running race 5 furlongs dash for plug horses 15 00 A B Bastin 1st W n Wnllin 2nd I l Bulky 3nl Running lace 6 furlongs dash for Shetland or i Shetland ponies 18 j hands highand under 12 CO Didnt fill MR W D WALUN Secretary of the Crab Orchard Fair who has the interest of the en terprise at heart RISOLETf The hotels are crowded but they are taking care of the crowd remarkably well A B C Dlnwlddlt and Mis Julia Stagg of liustonvlllc spent Wednesday at the fair Miss Sallie McHlruy of Lebanon one of the prettiest girls In Kentucky is at Crab Orchard Springs There are 27 widows in Crab Orchard May be the number will decrease after the bustle of the fair Is over Miss Marietta Crow of oulsvillo is at Crab Orchard Springs und Is one of the prettiest of Fair visitors here Matt Cohen of Richmond was at the fair Wednesday but did not bring his good string of hursus with him R H Bronaugh Is up and all right after his severe spell ills friends are glad to see him on his feed Hgnln Chief of Police J G Kiildlo is keep log perfect order lie and hisdeputies are to be jiftjratulnted on tholr good work RING MASTER J P CHANDLERJ r t r tr The music by Saxton Trost Is the sweetest ever Old Henry knows how to make music for fairs as well as he does for hops Col J P Chandler is tho boss ring master of this section lie has been engaged for the lIustonlIIo fair next week ntif big VuIKy Srmoh6yI The hops at the Springs each evening are delightful social features The light fantastic is tripped until a late hour to tho sweet strains of Saxtons fine music A little son arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs W Mason Morris Tues day night lIe came Just in time to as sist his father as treasurer of the Crab Orchard fair Tho fcfflclcnt secretary W D Wai lin is bring assisted by genial Vado Perkins William Mason Morris Jr was too busy at homo to assist his fath er In his arduous duties as treasurer Mr D B Carson and handsome daughter Miss Blanche Carson of At lanta came up to the fair Mr Carson hjn done well since he loft Crab Orch ard nnd is now one of the Gate Citys staunchest citizens Miss Zilpah Brooks accompanied them from Atlanta Tho following telegram from Everett Washington was received by the asso ciation Wednesday Success to the best fair the best town in the State or in tho union J C Brooks Joo is an old Crab Orchard boy and his thoughts will turn to his home town jfiariy times tTiinvecKV weopYhir TODAYS PROGRAM 23 Best suckling colt eitherscx 10 00 24 Boat suckling colt either sex by Naboth Jr 12 50 25 Best pony under 14 hands shown in harness 10 00 20 Best combined marc or gelding any age 20 00 27 Best rockaway more or geld- Ing 1500 28 Best saddle mare 4 years old and over J20 00 20 Best walking marcorgelding 15 00 3i Fancy Turnout shown by lady and gentleman 20 00 Best harness mare or gelding any age 20 00 32 Roadster double team 25 00 33 Saddle stallion any age io 00 KACING PROGRAM Ttlllnl DAY Running race 5 furlongs for two year olds 7600 Running Frank Fehr Stake 11 miles for 3 year olds and over 100 00 Trotting or pacing freeforall mile heats Jest 3 in 10000 Mule race 1 mile dash 10 00 Gentlemens Roadster race lb miles dash for buggy horses or mares that have never been trainedor raced 25 00 NEWS NOTES Chaplain George W Collier U SA retired is dead at Delaware 0 Dr James Wallace president of Mc Mlislcr College at St Paul Minn has resigned At Watash Minn six persons were burned to death in a fire which destroyed the depot hotel A petition for a divorce has been filed by Prince Phillip of Saxe Coburg and Gotha against Princess Louise An engineer was killed and two other persons badly hurt in the New York Central railroads at East Rochester N Y Mrs Caroline Elizabeth Monell aged 90 years a granddaughter of John Adams tiled nt Fishkill Landing N Y Fortyseven deaths from the heat were reported Tuesday In tho cities of New York Philadelphia Boston Pitts burg and Buffalo That brother of the widow of Herr Krupp was found dead at Buenos Ayrcs under circumstances indicating that he was m rderedITen persons died from the heat in Now York anti as many more in Chi cago To make matters worse in New York WX Icemen have gone on a strikeIt announced that all of the 502 shares of stock acquired by Thomas F Ryan and carrying with them control of tho Equitable has been made over to three trustees Paul de Rouledc tho French political refuge will is stated visit the United States for the purpose of studying our Constitution with a view to advocating n revision of that of France Waller Rodes of the Central Ken Traction Company and Detroit capitalist are In Frankfort seeking to purchase the local street railways as well as the interurban lines Senator William A Clurkof Montana Isreported to bo steadily improv ing the wound made In trephining the patients skull In tho operation for nb of tho brain healing nicely Robert E Duncan who had succes sively held office as County Clerk County Judgo and Prosecuting Attorney of Hancock county besides serving a term in the Legislature committed suicide at the Confederate Home by opening arteries in both wrists and cut ting his throat IBorn HUSTONVILLE to the wife of C W Adams yesterday a ninepound boy Everything Is in readiness for the opening of the best fair over hold In the county Apure whit tiniJleCthelk plJ ies fiyup the creek was killed near Mt Salem last week Miss Pearl Rose of Junction City with her guest Miss Aline Voght of Louisville were guestsof Miss Katherine Hall- Twenty people will be with the Storms aggregation the corning week and par ticipate in the band and orchestra music nnd minstrel work at the opera house on nights of the 2Cth and 27th Popular prices Somo mischievous parties have been putting chewing gum Into the keyholes of locks on tho mail boxes of Route No 1 from here The cnalty is a fine or imprisonment or possibly both so It is host that you heed this warning On account of the high grade of lambs raised in this locality the shipments from here continue to go East and fan cy prices ore beln realized II the shippers Cowan McCormackaml Lutoe Co shlp ed four double decks this week Lutes Co flight in Pulaski two double decks of lambs and two of owns Promlncnfhmong the arrivals at Ho tel Wcnthorford this week were lion Pi McUobcrti soul J L Totten Stanford Prof Wilson Lexington J E Chilton Louisville II R Hay of Georgetown C H Jewell St Louis Tone Hunn Columbia W S Stone and wife Liberty J H McCrackin Lexington James Gibony Drfnville PREACHERSVILLE Mrs Jesse Traylor continues to improve Mrs Rngun is better The Misses Davis gave an elegant jrty In honor of pretty Miss Carrie Givens of Middlcsboro Carl B King and David Luhsford were in attendance and report a most enjoyable time Jesse Fox was very painfully injured by n horse kick on his ankle Besides being badly bruised a blood vessel was broken Prompt surgical attention was secured and his foot is doing nicely The Baptist brethren have at a con siderable expense painted and papered their church and put transparent paper on tho windows This has added great ly to the appearance of both exterior and Interior The work wad done by J F Shaw a skillful workman and one who knows his business- J P Rodgers sold a horse to Thomas Bligall for 8750 Silas Anderson engaged a bunch of shoats to El Woods at Cc Brown Lawson bought 115 lambs of D M Anderson at 404 Charles Rigney bought a threeyear old filly for 95 and a black horse of Abel Bryant for a fancy price Jesse Fox bought a bunch of shoats of Josiah Anderson at 5c Miss Susie Ragan has returned toher home at yilIiamsburg John Cummins has returned from Russell county Va bringing S D Fraley with him JrL Hutchins and wife have returned from Wilmore J H Kennedy and wife of fndianapolis are with relatives here Misses Anna Ashlock and Ida Hollzclnw of Gilberts Creek visited ut D M Andersons Bent Her Double I knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with i typhoid und kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Plttsburg Pu and when I got better although I had one of the best doctors I could Ret I was bent double und hUll to rest my hnnlls on my knees when I walked Fr4om this terrible uf lllutlon I wits rescued by Electric Bit ters which restored my health und strength and now 1lUn walk us straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to euro stomachs liver und kidney dlsordereat G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Hros Crab Orchard price fiOc L Nathaniel Gibbs IngrahUrn has filed suit in Glasgow against his wife asking the enforcement of an alleged ante nuptial agreement under which he claims 5500 a year Mrs Ingraham claims fraud and charges Ingraham with using insidious devices such as fortune lolling to induce her to divorce her former husband Reginald H Wart and marry him A Surprise Party- A pleasant surprise putty may be given to your stomach und liver by taking a medicine which will relieve thoh pain anti discomfort viz Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy utTordlngsuro relied und euro for headache dizziness and constipation 2V at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne IJros Crab OrchulIlIFriendWhen are you going to take your vacation Mr Mec taking it now- My wife and daughters are at the seaside SIGHT IS PRICELESS You can tot afford to risk your sight by purchasing glaws from any itincr not spectacle peddler that passes through your town If you notice n defect JrrTmtrhnrstr cycj nairmnwliatolyrernltern etcrinary hecattso ho ISPif6T FITTED =THE 1 KLENZA will give immediate relief in of TIRED WEAR or EYES no matter from wheat Absolutely harmless pcrfe lightful to use nnd always Hasbcon endorsed by professional nnd business men tried always used own eyes precaution as your horse Our T J Howe is a graduate of Colleges the guaranteo Our DR II C W ARNJ5 2H and 29at the St Asaph Hotel EXIIII1 or buy glasses or not A call is respectfully M C W Ky Great I Thi sale la the beginning give the buying public of this locality the ever had This is not tho Ordinary Sort last Spring were very large the broken lots is naturally larger than ever to carry any goods over from one season to great selling event and invite every one come and join in the greatest of bargain that Mens SIC Suiirnro cut to 810IIR Weatherknows to 8748 87f 0 Suits to 548 ley Suits Boys Suits Odd Pants Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings will go accordingly I s- SA t Next Twine Door weH f to Bank Hot Now is the time that everything needs water I can put 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 S H ALDRIDGE Phone lit Depot Stt Stanford Ky U r I t 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 21 1905 NO 40 I THE CRAB ORCHARD FAIR The Fourth Annual Exhibition A Glittering Success Lots of Stock Exciting Races Sweet Pret 4 YGirlsGalore The Crab Orchard Fair Racing As sociation hegun We neslla under pros pitious circumstances Tho crowd was up to thto average this show and race stock was numerous and the best in the t land while the weather although hot 7 was ns good us could liavo bcrl expect ed A big crowd was present yesterday und n reconl breaking one W ex pected today Following is tho list of awards of Wednesday and yestcnlay vjnsr fAY 1 Best Jack 1 your old and under 2 1000 Didnt nil a 2 Boal Jstk 2 year old anti umlur S jib oo- i i G Hubble premium and cerlifl cate 3 Dost Jack any axe 110 00 L G Uuhhle premium II L Hub bio ccrliftcfel Mil H II IWONAlGH The cflletent presidtnt who hits worked hard and long for the suc cess of the Fair 4 Best suckling colt either sex by- Iteston JIG 00 J C Bailey premium and certificate Best mare and colt either sex 10 00 W A Trihhle premium J C Hal ley certltkatc- C Best lady rider 1000 Mrs T A noise premium and cer tificate 7 Best saddle colt mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 10 t C T Sundidge premium R S i cudder certificate- S Bet harness colt mare or gelding 2 years old and under tt 110 00 Robert Walker premium R S Scudder certificate 9 Best saddle maro or guiding years old nnd under 4 20 fO Bledsoo Halley premium und certificate 10Bet rooster maroorgeldirigbpced and durability consider L4ed p 2G C P Cecil premium Bontu East land certificate 11 Beat saddle stallion I years ojd and under 4 20 00 C T Sandidgo Co premium Mi nor ft Bcailey certificate RACING r OfiUAM KIU8T DAY Running race for 2 year olds 41 furlongs W to 1st 15 to 2nd 11 to ilrd 7500 Day Hamilton 1st lien Duncan 2nd nnd L K Rogers Std Running race J mile dash for milder 8 year olds 50 to 1st 1K to 2nd 10 to 3rd 7500- H B Reethcr 1st S A Brown 2nd 1 1 and C P Cecil JJrd Trotting rice mile hcattt I in for 800 minute class 7500 A J Giboney 1st C P Cecil 2nd and Robert Walker 3rd Mule race 2 mile heats 2inS 10 00 A H Stigall 1st and 3rd C P Ce 4cil 2nd SKCOND PAY 12 Best suckling mule colt either 1000BOX A B frown premium E P Woods4 certificate 13 Best mule either sex year old and under2 15 00 S T Harris premium Embry Bros certificate 14 Best mule either sex 2 years old and under 3 15 00 Harris Woods premium Robert B Woods certificate t 1G Best mare mule 3 years old and- over 15 M B Eubanke premium B F Slavin certificate 1C Beat horse mule any 10 00 Henry Hester premium and certificate lOA Best pair mules 20 00 H F Slavln premium Harris Woods certificate byIHarris Curtis premium Sam J Talem certificate 1a Ul1IwuruWlmrJJl1 old and under 4 15 00 S M Owens premium Bonta Eastland certificate 10 Best saddle mare or gelding any age i 20 C T Sandidgc premium J B Bat Icy certificate 20 Best harness stallion 3 years old and Under 4 1500 C T Sandldge premium J C Bai ley certificate 21 Bcsl spun of harness inures or geldings 26 00 Robert Afitchcll premium J C Bai let certificate 22 Beet roadster slaltlon any age 26 to lat 1Ho2ml SlOan J80 00 Robert Wolkor premium J C Hal Icy certificate Dud Jamot 9nl lUGINn IKOOHAM 4BtONtt HAY Running reeve mile dub for 3 year olds and over 7R00- H B Itoethmr 1st U K Rogers end Fayotto WiRdwon Ird Pacing race mile tantt 3 in 9 foe tttflO mints elww a 75 00 Bonta Eastland lit D S Wilcox 2nd Ben Duncan Inl Trotting race mite heats U n Ii for 225 claM 10000 A J Ollxiney 1st Blcdsoe Bailey 2nd D S Wilcox Snl Running race 5 furlongs dash for plug horses 15 00 A B Bastin 1st W IX Wallin2nd J 0 Bailey and Running I ace 5 furlongs dash tor Shetland or i Shetland niei 136 hands high and under 12 Didnt nil h MR W D WALLIN Secretary of the Crab Orchard Fair who has the Interest of the en lerprise at heart nlSGUn Tho hotels are crowded but they are taking care of the csowd rcrnatkably wellA B c DinwiddlB and Mlj Julia Stagg of Hustonvillc spent Wednes day at the fair Miss Sullio McElroy of Lebanon one of the prelliuel girls In Kentucky is at Crab Orchard Springs There are 27 widows iaCnib Orchard May be the number will deeniase after the bustle of the fair is over Miss Marietta Crow of Loulsvillo at Crab Orchard Springs sad is ono of tho prctllosl of Fair vlcltore here Mutt Cohen of Richmond was at the fair Wednesday but did not bring his good string of horses with him R H Bronaugh is up and all right after his severe spell lIlt friends are glad to see him on his feed again Chief of Police J G Itiilcilu is keep- Ing perfect order lie and hisdepulies are to bo c ltmtuluttd on their good work t lUNG MASTER J P CHANDLER I t t c The music by Saxton Trost is thoI sweetest ever Old Henry how to mnke music for fairs as well as he docs for hops Col J P Chandler is tho boss ring master of this section Ho has been engaged for tho Huslonville fair next wcok at u hlgoutllloC money The hops at the Springs each evening are delightful social features The light fantastic is tripped until a lato hour to tho sweet strains of Saxlons fine music A little sun arrived at the homo of Mr apd Mrs W Mason Morris Tues day night He came just In timolo as slat his father as treasurer of the Crab Orchard fair Tho feflliient secretary W n Wai tin is being assisted by genial Wado PerkinsT William Mason Morris Jr was too busy at home to assist his lather in his arduous duties as treasurer Mr D B Carson and handsome daughter Miss Blanche Carson of At lanta came up to the fair Mr Carson hps done well since he loft Crab Orch aril and is now ono of the Gate Cllys staunchest citizens Miss Zilpah Brooks accompanied thorn from Atlanta The following telegram fnnn Everett Washington was received by tho asso clatlon Wednesday Success to tho best fair the bust town in this State or in the union J C Brooks Joo is an old Crab Orchard boy and his thoughts will turn to his homo town man times this week we opine TODAYS PKOGIUM 23 Best suckling colt elthersex 10 00 21 Besl suckling colt either sex by Naboth Jr 1250 25 Best pony under 14 hands shown In harness 10 00 20 Best combined marc or gelding any age 20 00 27 Best rockaway mare or gelding 1500- 2S test saddle mare 4 years old and over 20 00 2J Best walking mareorgeldlng 15 00I tt Fancy Turnout shown by lady and gentleman 2000 31 Best harness mare or gelding any age 20 00 t Roadster double team 25 00 33 Saddle stallion any age io 00 KACING rUOGUAM TIIIKD DAY Running race 5 furlongs for two year olds 76 00 Running Frank Fohr Stake 1J miles for 3 year olds and over 100 00 Trotting or pacing free for all mile heats best3in 5 100 00I Mule race 1 mile dash 10 00 Gentlemens Roadster race U miles dash for buggy horses or mares that have never been trained or raced 25 00 NEWS NOTES I Chaplain George W Collier U SA retired is dead at Delaware 0 Dr James Wallace president of Mc Allister College at St Paul Minn has resigned At Watash Minn six persons were burned to death in a fire which destroyed the depot hotel A petition for a divorce has been filed by Prince Phillip of Saxe Coburg and Golha against Princess Louise An engineer was killed and two other persons badly hurl In the New York Central railroads at East Rochester N Y Mrs Caroline Elizabeth Monell aged t9 years a granddaughter of John Adams died at Fishkill landing N Y Fortyseven deaths from the heat were reported Tuesday In the cities of New York Philadelphia Boston Pitts burg and Buffalo The brother of the widow of Herr Krupp was found lend at Buenos Ayres under circumstances indicating that he was murdered Ten persons died from the heat in New York and ns many more in Chi cage To make matters worse in New York 000 Icemen have gone on a strikeIt announced thai allof the 502 shares of stock acquired by Thomas F Ryan and carrying with them control of the Equitable has been made over to three trustees Paul do Rouledc the French political refuge will is stated visit the United States for the purpose of studying our Constitution with t view to advocating n revision of that of France Wailer Bodes of the Central Kentucky Traction Company and Detroit capitalists ore in Frankfurt seeking to purchase tho local street railways as well as the interurban lines Senator William A Clarkof Mon luna isxreporled to bo steadily improving the wound mado in Irophlning the patients skull in tho operation for ab Ideas of the brain healing nicely Robert E Duncan who had succes Lively held office as County Clerk County Judge and Prosccfiting Attor ney of Hancock county besides serving a term in the Legislature committed suicide at the Confederate Home by opening arteries in both wrists and cutting his throat HUSTONVILLE Born to the wife of C W Adams yesterday a ninex und boy Everything is in readiness for the opening of the best fair over held In the county- A pure white snipe of tho poke spec ies flyup the ereelt was li led war Mi Salem last week Miss Pearl Rose of Junction City with her guest Miss Aline Voghl of Louisville were guestsof Miss Kath erine Hall- Twenty people will be with the Storms aggregation the coming week nnd participate in the band and orchestra mu sic nnd minstrel work at the opera house on nights of tho 20th and 27th Popular prices Somo mischievous parties have been putting chewing gum into the keyholes of locks on the mail boxes of Rout No 1 from here The penalty is a fine or imprisonment or possibly both it Is best that you heed this warning On account of the high grade of lamb raised in this locality the shipments from sure continue to go East and fan cy prices are being realized by tho ship pers Cowan McCormack and Lutos Co shipped four double decks this week Lutes Co bought in Pulaski two double decks of lambs and two of owesProminentamong the arrivals at Hotel Weathcrford this week were Hon P M McRoberta and J L Totten Stanford Prof Wilson Lexington J E Chilton Louisville H P Hay of Georgetown C II Jewell St Louis Tone Hunn Columbia W S Stone and wife Liberty J H McCrackin Lexington James Gibony Drfnville PREACH Mrs Jesse Traylor continues to improve Mrs Ragan is Letter The Misses Davis gave an elegant lrty In honor of pretty Miss Carrie Givens of Middleslioro Carl B King and David Luhsfonl were in attendance and report a most enjoyable time Jesse Fox was very painfully injured by n horse kick on his ankle Besides being badly bruised a blood vessel was broken Prompt surgical attention way secured and his foot is doing nicely The Baptist brethren have at a con siderable expense painted and papered their church and put transparent paper on the windows This has added great ly to the appearance of both exterior and Interior The work was done by J F Shaw a skillful workman and one who knows his business- J P Rodgers sold a horse to Thomas Stigall for 8750 Silas Anderson en gaged a bunch of shoats to E P Woods at Gc Brown Lawson bought 115 lambs of D M Anderson at 401 Charles RIgney bought a threeyear old filly for 95 and a black horse of Abel Bryant for a fancy price Jesse Fox bought a bunch of shoats of Josiah Anderson at Gc Miss Susie Ragan has returned to her home at Villiamsburg John Cummins has returned from Russell county Va bringing S D Fraley wilh him JTL Hutchins nnd wife have returned from Wilmore J H Kennedy and wife of Indianapolis are with relatives here Misses Anna Ashlock and Ida Holtzclaw of Gilberts Creek visited at D M Andersons Bent Her Double I knew no one tor four week yhei I wis Hick withIttyphoid anti kidno trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Plttsburg Pa and when I go better although I hall one of tho lies doctors I could Jet I wag bent double and hull to rest my hantls on my knees when I walked From this terrible af lllcllou I was rescued by Electric Bit tern which restored my health uni strength and now I can walk as as ever They are dimply wonderful Guaranteed to euro stop rich liver and kidney disorders at G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Urns Crab Orchard price SOc Nathaniel Gibbx Ingruham hUll filet suit in Glasgow against his wife asking the enforcement of nn alleged ante nuptial agreement under which he claims 5500 u year Mrs Ingnihan claims fraud and charges Ingrahan with using Insidious devices such ns fortune telling to induce her todivorc her former husband Reginald H Ward and marry him A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may lx given to your stomach and liver b taking u iiu dlclno which will reliovi their pain and discomfort viz lr Kings Now Lila Pills They are most wonderful remedy affordlngsun roller and cure for headache dizziness atilt constipation 25c at Pennys Jru Store Stanford Lyno Hros Oral Orchard FriendWhen are you going to take your vacation Mr MeekfnsIm taking It now My wife and daughters are at the sea le SIGHT IS PRICELESS You can not afford to risk your sight by purchasing glaftes from any itiner ant spectacle peddler that passes through your town If you notice n defect in your horses eye you immediately send for n veterinary because ho THE lKLENZABATH will give immediate relief in ul1ca of TIKKD WEAK or nnIJA csI EYES no matter from what Absolutely Iiarnilcs perfectly lightful to use and always fresh iIas beau endorsed by thousands of professional awl uusinossmen Once tried always used KIIOW How nlwut your own eyes Wh1I0t use tho sane precaution as you do in the case of your horse Our Dr Arnz formerly with T J IFowo it Co of Louisville is n graduate of one of the lending Optical Colleges anti ourorkcurrici the guarantee of satisfaction or no pay Our DR II C W AUNH will be in Stanford on July 27 2S anti 29at the St Aeaph lintel Examinations free whether you need or buy glasses or not A rail is respectfully solicited i i i M C W ARNZ CO Louisville Ky Great Clearing saleI Thi sale is the beginning of a series of sales which will give the buy lug public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities they over had This is not the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purchases last Spring were very large tho accumulation of Odds and Ends nod broken lots isSnaturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to carry any goods over from one season to another We inaugurate this great selling i event and invite every ono within a days ride of mystore to come and join in the greatest of bargain feasts Tell your friends and neighbors that Mens SUi Suits are cut to 810118 1250 Snits to 803 810 Suits to 748 750 Suits to 548 t5 Suits to SHOS Also Youths and Boys Suits Odd Pant Dry Goods Shoes hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnish ings will go accordingly sI S SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat BankiSTANFORD KY Twine Machine Oil Champion Binders Mowers and Hay v Rakes W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Hot Weather 1f Now is the time that everything needs water I can put you in a pump that will from 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 r vq S H ALDRIDGE Plwrr I Depot St Stanford Ky I t figM1 r The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEiflOCRATiC TICKS For Senator R L HUBBLE For Kepretuntatlve J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County ClerK GEORGE B COOPER For Ane or W A CARSON For Superintendent sir Pcbooli GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W I HERRIN Tin supreme court of Arkansas has sustained the law running all the for sign fire companies out of the StAte awl now only such local companies as are free from pools combinations and agreement to fix prices can operate Whether Arkansas can carry her ownl rl1maInsthat she will and save money for the insured Two local companies are operating in Louisville and their succe is phenomenal It will be the same way in Arkansas There ought not to be objections to foreign insurance companIes doing business in any of the State but that State is richer and more prosperous which is able to say that its cal companies get the bulk of its insui ance The South sends a vast volume of wealth to the North each year in the shape of insurance premiums and if Arkansas teaches the balance of Dixie how to keep this large sum at home without injuring commerce then the South will owe Arkansas a debt of gratitude Fire and life insurance com panics have extorted long enough on our people THE nomination of J T ONeal an exdemocrat who had pledged his support to Paul C Barth the democratic nominee for mayor of Louisville for mayor of that city on the republica ticket does not set well with the rads who are howling loud and long The Louisville Herald a Caleb Powers assassination organ of the deepest dye is sore over the ticket made and disposes of the convention that nominated Or Neal as follows The convention wa an farcical as its parents the primary Thffxiominations are as farcical as eitli or and the people will have none of It A new Redwine not of Breathitt but of Jefferson has made his appearance in the person of Alfred Selligman and the repnbllcan convention of 1005 will go down to history as the rawest of the raw in Kentucky politics THE conductors and brakemen lot the Norfolk Western got to be such dudes and mashers that the sampan had to issue an order forbidding then to wear or accept flowers Some of them got so that they were a walking flower garden Strikes us that the company is unreasqnably interferrin with personal rights A man should be allowed to make himgelf as attractive as possible and it certainly couldnt hurt the road to have its em ployes popular with the ladies A BROOKLYN man was sentenced by the court to kiss his wife once a day for 30days or go to jail He accepted the latter horn of the dilemma saying that it would be worse than eating a quail a day for that length of time He musj have a mighty ugly wife or a moral pervert not to enjoy kissing her any time she will let him POLITICAL Elihu Root took the oath of office as secretary of State at Washington He a immediately took up the business of the officeNegroes at Knoxville Tenn have not only boycotted the street cars because of the Jim Crowe law but have established hack lines Special envoys of the independent Norwegian Government are said to have been in the United States for some time with a view to feeling out the American State Department as to its disposition in regard to recognizing their Government- In a letter to Mayor Weaver ofPhil adelphia Elihu Hoot advises the May or to Inaugurate prosecutions against certain persons shown to be implicated in criminal practices connected with the manipulation of the city government for private profit Justice Warren B Hooker took the witness stand in his own behalf in the impeachment proceedings before the New York Legislature Ills statement consisted of a denial of any wrongdoing or knowledge of improper acts by oth ers with whom he was associated Peter Vinegar the Lexington Negro preacher who made considerable jepu fttition preaching from the subject A d taded 14v Here and There Paul Mannlni a wellknown reliident of Danville died of heart failure The City National Bank at Kansas City Mo failed to open Its doors Edward Gottschalk under scntence of death hanged himself in the jail nt St Paul The Jews celebrate this year the 250th anniversary of their settlement In the United States Max Wolf of Louisville was Rrrested at North Vernon Ind while amok a cigarette on a train On rumors of black rust in the Northwest September wheat at Chlcngo jumped to SSc a bushel One mail whoheld up and robbedfive others in a drug store at Omaha wns caught aft r a lively street fight with pistolsGeorge Wright city passenger ami ticket agent of the Southern railway at Home Ga was shot and killed by Vince T Sanford William Cornett of iarrnrd sold to- W T Robinson a pair of threeyea ar old mules for tOO and a gelding to Corlthers for 175 Seventyfive deaths from heat pros tration were reported in New York City Showers and thunder storms brought relief and reduced the tempi nture to normal summer conditionsI Chairman Morton of summarily dismissed Controller T DI Jordan for refusing to furnish desIred information and appointed Assistai Attorney General William A Day to the position It now seems certain that the ParL Maysville electric line will be built the subscription allotted to Paris 6OQ laving been taken in a few hours The proposed road will tap one of the most productive agricultural regions in the State J B Haggin of Lexington U helping the cause of education by employing on his big farm during the summer more than 200 college boys If a youth is physically unable to labor In the fields he is given work suited to hIs strength Judge McElhinny of the St Louis lircuit Court dissolved the receIver- ship for the Peoples United State lank and discharged the receiver The courts ruling was based on the act that Secretary of State Swange had failed to make a personal investiga ion of the banks affairs The State Board of Valuation and Assessment took action on several coi orations in the matter of valuation for ranchise tax purposes There was an ppreciable increase all along the line- The Louisville Bridge Cos valuation was fixed at 1755000 being an increase of 55000 over the previous earUnion Station the fine passenger de pot in Louisville of the Louisville i Nashville Railroad was destroyed by ireMonday night entailing a loss of at- leallt 200000 and valuable records for 20 years The flames were discovered shortly before 10 oclock but the- effort to extinguish them was unavail The station was erected 15 yearsIjng and had been used by the Louisville Nashville Railroad as its main passenger station in Louisville since 1891 The structure was practically gutted although almost entirely builtof stone and some of the walls collapsed CEDAR CREEK Rev Gooch did not fill his appointment at Sugar Grove Sunday on account of sickness Rev Hutchins of reachcrsville will preach at Sugar Grove next Sunday morning at 11 clock Sunday school at 10 We hope to havq Rev H preach for us once a Nannie Pitman visited the families of Walter Anderson and C Ware at Turnersville Mrs Nancy Eg gleston is with Mrs Calvin Whitt Miss Anna Ware who has been visiting here returned to Turnersville Sunday Mrs Edith James and children of New Albany are with the family of Dick Baker Mrs Louis Whitt and son- Roscoe visited relatives at Turners ville this week The box supper at Sugar Grove Saturday night was a success in every reo- spect 865 being realized It was placed in the Crab Orchard bank credited to the Sunday school We wish tothank the young ladies for their nIce boxes- and the young men foJ their excellent behavior and liberal bidding The boxes all sold well one bringing 450 The supper was for the benefit of a Christmas tree Buy It Now Now is the time to buy Chamber II1II1 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemeily It is certain to be needed soonol or later and when that time comes you will need it badlyyou wlll- neod it quickly Buy it now It mayo lIfo For sale by Lyne Bras- Crab Orchard laniel who made numerous successful ascensions with Prof Montgomery s aeroplane fell feet to his near Jose Cal- The wings of the machine closed while at that extreme height When you want a pleasant laxative that is easy to take and certain to act- use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tebct For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Kye IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Lucy afrj is dead at Ea8t Bernstadt Miss Sadie Brasheer died of tuberculosis at Midillesboro Judge J W Butler who was one AdaIr countys most prominent citizen- Is ofI deadAndrew Wesley of Eubanks had aI leg cut off while attempting to get on a freight train P Blcavcus Lay shot and killed Garfield Sevlcr in Cumberland count alleging selfdefense Nancy Carpenter 14 years old and one of a party of merrymakers was dMned In Kentucky river at Vail View County Judge 1n hof Son erect has refused to recommend tho organization of a State guard coiripan because tho fiscal court will not bull armoryThe boat Thu Shamrock when three miles above Valley View on the Kentucky river struck a steel guy line which tore oil the pilot house of the boat and swept more than half n dozen of the 50 passengers into tho stream Otto girl was drowned and tiT other persons badly InjuredICHURCH MATTERS The Baptist General Association minutes have been printed and show tha tho 199838 white Baptists in Kentucky gave last year 18004305 There will be quarterly meeting ser vices at the Moreland Methodist churcl next Saturday amT Sunday with Pre tiding Elder J W Simpson officiating Be sure to attend The meeting at the Church of Christ continues with considerable interest Rev IL H Boll of Louisville is pronounced by good judges to be a nplen lid expounder of gospel truths Although Cumberland Presbyterians had no increase in membership from 902 to 1905 their gifts to foreign mis ions increased from 40791 to 52- GS6 a gainVtf 33 per cent Gifts to nfmsterial relief increased 66 per cent John Franklin who claims to be a Methodist preacher with his residence In Big Sandy Virginia was before Judge J iRiley YI1Itenlay- mornIng on the charge of drunkenness and carrying concealed weapons The rev Mr made the remarkable statement that he had spent 5000 in cash during the last year for but has sworn oil never to rink againLexington Herald Forced starve B F Leek of Concord Kyi says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured It with Duck lens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wound At G L Pennys Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Only 25c J A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Hice over McUob rtl Drug Store in the Owslcy Building FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I harm contain W nerve of Inml In good nlu of cultivation 2 mllrii from Oral Dr clIlrd on liinriiKter plkt 1n mend ow JUicrtK In cultivation i lino KnnlrnJ orchnrd Dirt The nnprovementt runtltt 01 II hooae of Klxroonii newly papvrrd and In ry good rf ixilr Cittern Ht door Hrviinl room outhouse numerous and In good on- dllioll HiliiKlld Itllbl nnd two crlh Will Iprivately M lit J H Jour Box 73 friiliOrchurd hey Small Farm For Sale I tksire to limy farm of 63 acre of Innd yiirds from Kriink HlmV Olympian Hprllgl It huii Title well of mintnil water ns the following nmilyiU by Htnte College will howl Tim water KM grit of solid matter t erci llonconiUtliiK iniiln of uhlorldfNiiml tulphuteaof rodiuiiicul Jill unit imignrtlumtoiiu calcium cnrlio triicfkot Iron potutnluni and lithium impound WIll11 lit Iwrtiilu Write 10 OEOUOKHICKH Alt Hnlein Ky DIGESTIONS RECORD The btlt remedy I can preterit for your la ii Greens August Flower J k 3w of several other phylclan who prescribe It regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beating heartfailure in its ghastly harvest You read in the papers of healthy and even men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and of dying in cases before a physician becalleied- gmis should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion these unfortunate lric tim of acute Indigestion had taken a small dose of Flower be fore or alter their meals would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures Flower prevents indigestion by creating digestion It also regulates the liver purifies the and tones up the entire system in a natura1way t fTwo sizes asc 75C III For Bale at Penny Drug Store rfr t llstl I I Lbw SiIIONSFo- rMen and Boys We have too many and trust these prices will move them THE URFIT- In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes re duced from 395 to 350 Our 3 00 grades and the styles aregood and quality satisfac tory Reduced to 2X 50w know There Tans and We a t lot of off styles ladies and chil drens slippers which we are at 5Oc for and and 1 for the Ladies They are good but old styles See them and we think you will be convinced +tttt+ + + tiii+ J MROBERTS STANFORDI Iu FOR SALE Kin Mirlnker fire txiulrr Iilnckimlt hlowwr axle tsuatsnir rut txr tire nmclilne unit other blacktnithloot too nuincroun to mention Cull on or ad drew lox 01 May wood Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSB k CLAaSSOM rcnI JUNCTION C1TV KY rirtWOUtaTurnouU at Keaionabl Bates Special Attention to Traveltag Men ln and hay For Sa- leNOTICE You ihould tee ua before you let out Jour house and roof painting Iape banging a specially We e of paper from three house of the worli and can tell you wall cheaper Iban can steel lt furnlehed on ap plication All work Kaaranteed BKLDCN fi Co romereet street McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS UcKiaaoy Zy IIJUdjdrnrd In rich uery dunsIngixdn ulriunlzthepro lu thl etc- tun second to nonelust of It will CU lolIIlCrlllllnJ n awelnlty hand of ell klndl w1I11111 de0 k1on lowent nmrket price ll0- yrtiletculwnluad0ek I want to IIIIY our wheat nml w you the blllhlt- Plh nsnrket J BMURPUY11cglttnry- KyMate College of Ken tuckyILexington Xentuclcy The ralud Mechanical State of Kentucky OffUI the fullolnJ- eourlo College of Itudy rIO Agricultural lIortl- eultural CbelDcl lilologleal Normal Ptllool Cleselcal Me clil hnnlcal Engineering Electrical EarlneerI- DK OIYII xnd Mining Eugln each of which utend over four sting ear and leads to a degree lot gradupte- ludlee to a malprovidedare alma tel coerce tat study Ia or Theunder a operate tlclled social faculty number nearly 40 profess IOn andlullructofi tulllonreceive free omrtntVndorrnltorle fuel and fight remain 10 m ntb traveling ex dd If they penlea elborntorle and museums are large modernacdwell equipped 660000 forappropriatedThn Le and frofor women a college home young hall for men ofora andlnueHoth building are completed Military tactics and ecience are fully provided for at required by ConRresi the everal coupe of Graduate rtnOlly and excellent polilloia and liberal In rem of thelabllltyat the College to inplr Speclaliel with the necettary number of detente charge of each depertment- natural science Summer schooll are In rorlded for engineering In science and In artruction State College of Kentucky though bearing The hitherto the title of college II lntltUlton In the Commonwealth the only unlnrIty work doing In any propersellttJ of College Thorne for The provides facllltte for Rood tun women with all board and lodging equipped roomsIncludingconveniencemodern culture It Peat and room for and lighted by electricity ed by steam thus afforded to young An opportunity education- classic aofwomen In modern lauguagerliterature aclence mathematlds cod political economy bltory in the State offers lit II womenIrnpiuable State method of obtaining ap catalosuesFor regarding course polntment apply of ad K PATTER60adrnie D Co or to D 0 FRAZEE Agent Lex lD lii Ky 14 1605 Fall Term Begins September THE MANSSIYou it few as good and Patents reduced from Sot 300IBoys Oxfords in Patents and Vici Reduced from 250 to 2 Youths sizes from 175 to 135 lit gents from 150 to 125 have in selling Children 75c quality H tiOur stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates and kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We headquarters in this lineIill en J m H4 PENNYS DRUG STORE fXi hiStanford K ncuckym j First NationalStanford Ky Bank JOo Capital Stock 50000 This institution was originally tttabllahtd ai the Deposit Bank of In 111 then reorganized at the National Bank of Stanford In KC3 and again reorganlied at the First National lack of la Utl had practically an uninter existence for II It Ii better aupplled now with facllltlea for transact lag promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Account of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer porotlont Solicited J B Paxton J B II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Garter j II Foster L 0 Gooch W II Cummins W M Bright It L Hubble w II Shank I all are t t all are a Stanford Stanford having rupted business Owiley tle HOOKER lUld McKlnney Banchmaa Daucbroan CAPITAL STOCK Directors Saccettora The Beak Trust Company and under same management continuously for 3t years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT such will prove mutually beneficial J S Murphy fe Son Hedgeville Kentucky Invite you Inspeos their tack ot copda and theIr They want a share your putrollltgeand get It Ugood tat low price what you want lirefood a slid a Offloirs J Fresl 1JF Danville t B T Harris Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford II Stanford T P StanfordSJaa J II Stanford J M Pettni Stanford O Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKif BOOOO to Farmers A Hoping business relations to j E Officers H SHANKS Pretldeni J B Pnxton Vice Prettdent W U BRIGHT tOathlai WiOWALKKIl Aist Cashier l McKinney Woolen Mills 1 McKlnney Kentucky t Manufacturers Ulunketannd Yum tendusyoutwoolWo guaranteeCallAgent wanted u r 1h l Hits Over But We hiiVc tome good things Jeff from our Sale things wo overlooked in thft rush If you did not get to the talo you will find many llcmnaiits of Wnth nnd Woolen Goods Odd Lots of Lawns SuUtngH Hoi Slippers Shoes Skirts Waists tc Good that we must toll before wo begin to receive our Full goods Ilomcmbcr thtfre will be plcn ly of hut wcntlivr yftl and this ilf an opiwrtiinlly you should trot let flip Those1 who attended our Sale 111it was a eueccsn to them from n moneywiving standpoint l SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 1 SrANroim KY JUY 21 1005 l k y r Wi have n now stock of box i papal i that will interest lOu StoreIqualities penny nlg OVALS- Jrsst TIIAYLntt Is ill UKV H B MAIIONY ill at TaUmma Springs MIKS MARY llunrjl is with Crnb Or chard friends i BvEKinr STONE of Lexington spent r RQVcral days at home Mit AND Mn S Ji EMIIHY Jit nr at Crab Orchard Springs Miss LILLIK MOOHK of Casey in with MM Ed Wilkinson S B OWBLEY of lintel Ialch wai here yesterday on business Z McKrN2ii DrowN of Mt Vernon thulLkits MnlJ T F SriNK and children of Coal Creek Tenn are with her sister hero t Miss JEAN D WAUIUIN of Danville spent ycfltcrtlay with thu MUsea War ren Miss MARIE MAIIONY Is spending the week with Miss Clara Collier at Grab Orchard hilts I VBAUOU and children am visiting Mrs W C Pettus at Crab 0OrchardMns ANNIE DOTY and son James of Millenburg are guests of Mrs T D Mowlam MR TIIOMAS WILLIAMS and wife of Madison are guests of Dr and Mrs V R Beck MR VA CARSON and family spent Wednesday and yesterday at the Crab Orchard fair MR J E FARRIS of Danville was on yesterdays train bound for Crab Orchard and the fair MR AND MRS Eo T BKAZLKY of HarrodsburR were guvsU of his broth er and sister here 1MISSES ALVIRA AND MARY VANAIIS Mollie Brooks atDALE are visiting Miss Crab Orchard during the fair Miss LULA POUTER and brother Wm Porter of Cincinnati are guests of their sister Mrs N L Stone MRS R P STEPHENS and hcrdaugh r ter Mrs William Scott the latter of Danville are at Dripping Springs A A CnUTCllFIELD was called to NScholasvillo Wednesday by the serious illness of his lister Miss Sallie Crutch field MRS JENNIK WEST BtoomvoRTii o- CT Inldad Col anti Mite Wallace West of Harrodsburg are with Mrs Alice Lytle Miss VIRQINIA MAIIONY will celebrate her 11th birthday Monday by having a number of her little friends with her from 4 to 0 r M MRS J S CORDIER and Mrs 0 D 1r Murphy and son of Lebanon amMIII1 are visiting their parents Mr B P Martin at Rowland Miss HATTIE WILLIAMS of Nicholas t ville and Herbert W Reynolds of Richmond are guests at the homo of Mr J Reynolds at Moreland DR C A Cox traveling salesman reached Columbia a few days ago ac ftcompnnictl by his wife who is a sister to Mrs J H Grady AdahNews MR SPUROEON SYMISON who has been merchandising at Carthage has sold out and is visiting relatives at Mid dlcburg where he orders his I J sent DR W W BURGH and Mr Levi El der of Richmond were here with their families the first of the week en route to Crab Orchard to spend fair week with relatives REV GILBERT GLASS is back from 11e1ightCul trip to Baltimore New York und Washington Ho attended tho Christian Endeavor convention at the first named city Mn AND MRS ClIARLKS TERRILL are rejoicing over the birth of a little 4 daughter Sunday night Mrs Terrill Miss Eva Lammers was Richmond Climax I MRS B G BOYLE who has been spending the past 19 days at Crab Or- t chard visiting her parents Col and J W Guest will return home to morrowCouricrJoumal 0 J S HIGGINS and family will leave today for a months trip in the West with headquarters at Oklahoma City Mrs W P Stephenson of Maywood la here with her brother W T Hill who is ill Miss Cynthia Beck of Lin coln county to visiting her brother Dr J B1 ekSomemt Journal f liON J S OWSLBV Sit is at BowlI ing Green JAMBS tRIP of Danville rs believed to haw typhoid rover MISS LIILIK WARNHII of Currant Is with Mrs J W PorrtnG- KOHOK CIIANCMLLOII of Cincinnati is at home for n few weeks Miss RUTH TANNKU of McKinhcy IsI with tho MlwiOH Ilaughmnn MRS JOHN H SUMma is up rromi Lobnnon with her homefolks Miss FUIRBNCE TANNER of fclln1 noy is with Winfehoator friends Mm AND loins CONKWRIRIIT of Wit cheater arc guests of Mrs J D DUll dorm MIL AND MRS ZAN DUUDERAR of Louisville aro with his parents Col and Mrs W Muff Duddernr Man S R YANTIS and daughters Mints Bessie and Ida have been thei guests of Miss Bessio May Lear another relatives at Lancaster j1Ks M II COLLINS and children of Memphis and Mrs McDowell Fair of Hartfon are with Mr and Mrs S M Owens nt McKinney LOCALS r W 0 SPUED is the only man in Stun ford who handles the famous 1ee 61 whisky CARDS nicelyprinted visiting cards for 25c WI for 35c or 100 for 60c This olJlcc Tits U D Cs meet Mrs Carrie Shelton next Tuesday afternoon at 330 oclock WK are agents for the Pioneer wire fence call in and see it before you buy E T Pence Co SAVB money for watch clock and jewelry repairs by consulting R Fenrel Phone 163 II H LOGAN the Crab Orchard merchant has filed a petition in bankruptcy Ills liabilities and assets are not known FOR SALK Handsome 12light chan delier for church Comparatively new Apply to Rev George W Mills Hus tonville Ky AT tho examining trial of Ed Vii lams at Danville for the murderof Sam Landy the former was remanded to jar Iin default off 10000 bond LOST Sunday a small purse contain ing mi 1 N pass and a trip pass made out to Charles 0 Baird Return to this office and get reward THOSE who took stock in the Huston villo Fair or gave special premiums are requested to remit me for same at once S M Owens Secretary Hustonvillc Ky J W ADAMS sold his farm in the Walnut Flat section to Bun Gaines for 2500 Tho sale was mode through the Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex tango Title Company NOTICE yrhoso who hitch by the month at my stable after July 1st will bo charged regular prices for hitching when they have moro than one horso in my stable at thti same time J R Bcazlcy Prop 1 AM sending out statements this month and will expect all who receive them to call at my office and settle ac counts to date If I am not in my of Ice please pay Dr Pcnnington It A Jones D D 80 BAIIB HANSKORD colored who was arrested on tho charge of stealing a railroad ticket to Louisville from Mr William S Warren was held over to circuit court In 25 bond which ho has failed to give so far Tim average monthly production of Wayne county pit is 100000 barrels Visit tho banner oil field of Kentucky Sept 5 6 7 and 8 and attend the best fair in tho State writes Isaac Walker secretary as ho encloses u comp HUSTONVILLBS best fair the history of tho association will begin at 9 oclock next Wednesday and continue through Thursday and Friday A splendid as well as liberal premium list has been arranged and it will draw horses and horsemen from all quarters HEMP WAREHOUSE Mr W M Bright has contracted with 3 A Al ten Co for a hemp warehouse 40x 100 feet on his lot just beyond the railroad on Danville Avenue It will take 30000 feet of rough lumber to build it and it will be covered with sheet iron f1 FJIKSH light bread three times per week W II Higgins ENOLEHAUDS atFarris JUST recorvVd full lino of Diamond Edge jKrtket outlory Guaranteed little eon born to Mr and Mrs John Downer Monday night dlod Wed nesday mid thoir friends hero deeply sympathize with them THE L N will run another 150 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday A 130 roundtrip rate is offered to tho Richmond Fair July 2523 J E IoItT tAN has boon appointed u guard at Lakeland Asylum upon the recommendation of Representative J M Alverson and he is now on duty there DURINC the heated term clean up your premises and thus avoid typhoid fever and the like Lets make Stan ford tho cleanest town on the map as it Is already the best A LOT of groceries etc was stolen from L Phil Nunnelleys buggy as it stood in front of W H Higgins store Tuesday afternoon Thieves are getting worse and worse here PARTIES desiring car space on th- C 0 excursion to Atlantic City oh Aug 3rdshould make reservations now as sleepers are fast filling up G alentIYOUR attention is called to the ad vertisement of Woodson Sallee pro prietors of the Danville Shoe Store Mr Woodson is still a Stanford man and will of course appreciate patronage from his homo county Lincoln AT the Crab Orchard fair yesterday- a race horse belonging to Ben Duncan of Madison county fell and fractured his shoulder to such an extent that it will make him worthless lie refuses 350 for the horse some time ago IDETTEn TItAN EVER Everyone that has been to that old popular retort Crab Orchard Springs this sea son brings back good report The table is fine and the service 0 K Manager Willis Is to be congratulated upon the great improvement Danville News NELLIE the little daughter of Mr and Mrs W B McRobcrts fell and yesterlaya severe fracture and as the injured member had scarcely had time to mend fears are entertained that the shock may prove a serious one for her Slits M C MYATT who was for placehadby the fire which destroyed the Tenth Street depot in Louisville a few nights since She is in delicate health and the excitement prostrated her to such an extent that it was necessary for tire men to carry her tram ho building THE CITIZENS OK STANFORD On ITo day of August next I will open a butchershop in the basement pf the Myers House and I will have on land at all times and at reasonable prices all varieties of meats In their seasons I have had considerable ex nndIa of tho public patronage and promise lair dealing to all James II Pepples DEPOT STREET To BE WIDENED Tho city council has contracted with the Odd Fellows and tho rest of the property owners on Depot street for a space of eight feet commencing at 0 P Huffmans corner and running depot platform The tqwn will lay nI 9foot concrete pavement Tho total cost of pavement and damage to property will amount to about 1200 This move will be a decided improvement to the town and of great benefit to the traveling public AT the regular annual meeting of tho VulleyLandthe following gentlemen Wore elected CraltIJames W Fox J W Hayden John M Wil liams Robert Boyd Jr and H E electingJHaydeoIlecretaryiness was transacted at this meeting t JHigH CottonAll indications point to the highest prices for cotton goods reached In ycaM The crop in 15000000 hales less that thought and the manufacturers and wholesalers have very little Mock on hand We have n good slIJlplof Blench and Brown Cottons Sheeting Shirtings Ac and we nro Helling themnt lea prices than the wholesaler will he itfking in a month p Vo hought some months ago a largo pnrt of our Fall stock in which cotton Is used in the manufacture and wo arts on the ground floor and will give you as good values as you ever bought SON NOTICE Please call for your clothes I bid Stanford farewell Aug 1st JI B Middleton tailor r Tile tax looks arc ready and will take pleasure In giving you your re coipt My office is on Lancaster streetI opposite the courthouse will find me or one of my deputies from 17 M to r M M S Baughman sheriff MATRIMONIAL George Norton 23 and Miss Mary Brackett 23 were married tho other tlayiJudgo W C Bell of this judicial dis trict was married yesterday at hlR home at Horrodsburg to Mrs Lizzie Young Thompson a handsome widow also of that city They left at once lorI a trip east The judgds many friends hero extend hearty congratulations to him and his bride Good for Stomach Trouble and Constipation Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have dune me a great deal of good says C Towns of Rat Portage Ontario Canada Being a mUd physic the afteb elTecU are not un pleasant and I can recommend them to nil who suffer from stomach disor der For sale by Lyric Bros Crab Orchard Ky Felix White has made a onethird mile track on his farm which is said to be a good one Tht strike of the 600 lumber drivers in Chicago has been eeclared off NOTICE Mco A K Orlmen and P talus for nil kind or tnrpvnttTlnu riitntliitf and Inptr llaiiiflne Roof Iulnt lilt u Kiit Ufactlon limrnntevd Box 9 HlnnlonlKy In the DUtrlct Court ot HIP United Htntn fur the Kii trn DUtrlct of Kentucky- In the mutter of II II Logan Hlnnfonl KyJuly ltd A instill ot the credi torn of th Mil oolIl1l11d who linn Leer nil nt the onicv ot tlwtehreInMlnnfordKy on the Slit duv of IfB nt W oclock to elect t trulee for Use entnte of stud iHinkriipt mutt for the trmiMictlon of other Inulmn in limy mine efore the meeting Comply with Hot 57 of till Hiinkrut Art concerning proof of claim otherwise your claim run riot lx allowed J N HAlNIiKUX- Heferv in Itnnkruptcy THE VERDICT I McrtotJaxswIndowscreenInd kcntii Ini HlueKlume 1Vk Oil stoves Ijiee Uurtnliu Hluulei 1olcn Kxtvnslon Ilrtick ft Ituiu Matting rortlerrvi Curtain HtretchersOarpetHtritcheriijMcrub rubeso rIIIOO wilier tic rrolll ectlon CarpvtturdItutIItniePn er Doom Window Vnrnlih 4111 its and Knnmeln Picture Framed MouldliiK Mat Clhul HutSKe New nnd Old furniture forte and et you ern- momethingwwo Slot keop Uood Uv lIultH mttind td 111111111111t Tiring loam Pruitt BrothersMorelnml Ky Seashore Outing ATLANTIC CITY Via the Scenic Cu O Route Chesapeake Ohio fly THURSDAY AUG 3RD Throiuih WiuhliiKton Baltimore 1lillildel stop aver rlvIlege returning ILtitrout rJlIIIIIOIl IIIchtrIIIt8hrlog and Morehrtid returning nnt11 tug U Inclunlve Through tralna without rhaiiKC KntfiiKd fleepInK parltctilnrsor- yrlte Itgttreofyour nt for full WIIAIISIIIIJeslllilton y Commissioners Sale Mtuoln Circuit Court oulvlie TolMicco Warehouse Co Ilnln IITvs3i Kaulconer vt nl Defendant rues or stns- Pursutititto II JudKinent of thu Lincoln ircultottrtrendendln nliovo vtyled artlon at the June tern 5 the undvrnlKii eil roinmlii loner of salil court will on MONDAY AUQUHT UTII lOYt In front of the court liouwtloor InHtunfoicl toieHedumptlon In flint to the ed reaUiitiitu A trout of land Kltuntcil In Lincoln county Ky rent estate U iKmmled followMi Ileittnnlnic nt n stone In tlmHtanford and KomerMjt turnplku anti corner to John w Johnson thence his line N t7H K voles to n itoneeorner to W Jt ulutsou to n white 0 kIntheoldIlsethencewith tamo urns corner to- 1SlnthencehisIlneMau V120polestoaf- lute corner to David thence his Ilne N Vaspolestothe ntwvt named pike them with IIIIIIJ II poles to I tone t the west side or the pike thence Mn K ai poles to the beginning and containing W uire survey The wile will hll made on n credit f Rlk tonthe and the purchn vr will lw required to give bond for the price good security payable to the Oommluloner rid bearing x per cent Interest from dteo of Mile GEO B SAUFLSY M C L C C Jf Twenty Per Cent Re- t duction 01 All Tan 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 j Latest styles 4 i cunniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Ohhhh Hardware Stoves Tin ware Glassware Salt Queenswnre Wire Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 0 Opera House Block opposite CourtHouse Stanford Wo have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves we will close out at cost Come aril see us f P G WARNER SON ITerms Strictly Cash DANVILLE SHOE CO I Woodson Salleo Successors to Cald wejl Lanier Prors DANVILLE KENTUCKY 1otherW B McRoberts IiI DRUGG STISTANFORD ill Sells Kurfccs Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer r The Interior Journall EnrrrZ in tilt Poet Of ce at Stanford a ttconddati tualltrI1U1IL1HIIHI TUKHUAYH ANll lltlDW AT IOOPER YEAR CASK tSTWhen not so paid IUD will be charg- edUMBRELLAS Kecovered and repaired and made almos M good anew for a amount I can IU your umbrella better than the trams repairer and for less money Give me trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately r My house and 10 acteof land situate Just outside of town limits dn the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and sere rants tooth good collar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant to the yard and one for stock J P nAILEY INSURANCE Flr lnl Ltfn and Aooltnnl 0IIObutthe HTItOOIHT und JUHl nOJlItsontI sable Anti UimrnntecU OM Iuylugjllrc orOjlTiMqunllfil Talk with r MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hoslditicc Ilioms So W The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SHUOAES Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Marug ia Botthe favorite porter meets alllrain JONESrDentist 5TANFOADKENTUCKY Office hi Myers House Parlor Phone No 1 J He IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE r Stanford Kv Good Livery Serrtce at Reasonable Rate Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers tn Coif J E AtePEyton r t DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Ifruce dt Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOKD Kf Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is tollcited Horiei on commission Stock Pens In Connection WeHa Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Ijiittt In Jewelry Hllvur IutOlnss WiituhosmiU Clock In mock ff HUSH HONEY DONT GRYli lUlu till niftitt for Tliu Victor lliutlillU Tin Victor U to iHTfcrt JlIlklllltl Ie often inlntiikfii for tint liuinuii voce proving it newrfulllng nourco of lvllght 101 i dlMippolutiiKHt to none To ultioveri of Kootl music Tho Victor In tin liMplnitlon no mutter how muchenUrtntn count then In ut hotiiuTliu Victor always Ileol You can at till Unit Union to songstnstnnneubttruusrhear In crowded rrorlH llmra In no malt to of Hkctloiu This inatolilc Instrumentwill reclto to you din I tutor oat your If xociill nnd wo sample machine mid litiir U day On oxhlhltlnunt mv store Ir W Cor Iupot Ht TIIOM ltAL- HtonfordKy Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing wben there is so little difference in the price ol high grade ready made suite act suit made to j our measure taken by an ex lerieced tailor r I have a handsome line of goods I can make from a low price bUllnt88lult to the finest drew snit Spring overcoats and trout en The company I represent la one of the beet I also have a Hue goods I make npro U for those who prefer it HCRUPLEY theTailor I rat 0 Jesse W Sweeney FBOrHIKTOH Livery red and Sail stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable ra- te1Jau1 Traylor DULl IK WhIskn Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc Oarptnter Home 01014 to Opol STANFORD KY Prompt tna pollL Noising tat btu tsdrink Mall pbon cr tel guh orJirt rtclv romp attention r RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY pbrstralmentalprronal magnellenl We true tip prtret mnboed IhU tb t riuuit rood ballb Hlrn wbkb srh ei for rbTl a1 an1mtnta- l1llopmnUnilmako orlb 4 NinrCurtnil Pritrtlon SltpKiifii nt Goer Iroibllilu to ottworkIItuoklnlftIulf and othmumtlakM VikllNxxfur rlrb li ltby bleatawl ierara atnanerea lTlc 1100 hot Blx Cortina pmtmld with a tearante to tf rimJ f not mini or brsAIn term MCDICAI ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A FOB SitE AT rCXKTB DUUO STOllEI POSTED We whose names appear below strict forbid bunting tublnp or any kind of tres passing on our place and will pmsecutt violators to thofull extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelclivnbuch Dr a Fred VonOruenlfnn Albert VonOruenl ao Fred VonAllman Fred Haumnnn Allred Simpson Oeorze Holmes Miss Mattlo H Howell K Uelchenbach Obarlei Cummins Jos Dalton A O Dunn S M Holmes W EAmon W R Daugberty M J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter barter J Netrtn Carter J E Bruce w r Shomaker Thomas FerrlllV Orson Ferrlll F J Coon John H GamenUch Sam Trnwbrldge A D Root Charles Ensslln Frank Cordler MM W O Vetch Peter Balmer Mrs Kate Ador JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1t eaT Undertaker Enibahner and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllce Iliono 107 HOIBB Iliouo S5 HAY FEVER INSTANTLY BELIEVED By a Simple and Safe Treatment Thousands of people who suffer with that annoying and aggravating ailment Iluy Fever can got Immediate relief by using freely that joollilng healing remedy Larnrampli Tills scientific preparation contains no opium cable luorphlno or poisonous drugs but la n combination of pleasing sooth lng lienllug oils and if used an direct ed will prove a grant boon to all suffer rs from tiny Fever Summer Ca tfcrrli mid Throat Troubles Don t hes state try LarAcauipU today It bas relieved anti cured others why not you Dont Btiftcr this Hummer Try Paracamph nt once It It falls to do what Is claimed for It your money will be refunded gold only in 2rc f0c and 100 bottUH Tho 1aracampu Co rul3vlllc Ky US A FOB BALK BY WaN CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky l t FARMERS DEPARTMENT Emmett Traylor delivered to J II Boone a lot of corn at 3 J B Foster sold for J II McAllst aiot of stock ewes at 325 John B Foster sold to Huey Bra of Boone county 90 sheep at 3DO E P Woods Son taught 200 BO pound lambs this week at 5i to Cc 0 P Huffman bought of J II Baughman a lot of heifers at 2J to MM Bright sold his crop of bushels of wheat to J II Baughm Co at 85c- Lexington dealers arc now payi 525 for hemp A recent sale WIU 531ISof Mlllersbur of MontRo cry county 10 yearling mare mules nt 135 I will have for sale at the Lancaster shipping pens Monday July 24 a cnr load of Percheron mares and gelding nil good ones J F Cook Warren Dennis of Scott shipped n car load of lambs for which ho recd 20000jibsroan pounds left my place latter part of March Wilt give liberal reward for his return Jake A Robinson H H No2 Stanford Ky A movement is on foot by the tobacco growers and handlers in Boyle coup ty to give n big tobacco fair this winter in Danville and the adjoining tout lies will lie asked to lend their Mills tancp Advocate STRAYED OR STOLKN Sorrel gold ing two yearaold 151 hands high Ho man nose dark mane and tail Wltl give u suitable reward for any inform tion leading to his recovery J I Cook Lexington Ky or J C Hallo Stanford Ky B LandT M Wilson the wcl known horsemen and farmers of Bat ren county have just bought of John Sikes 300 acres of land in The Hnr rons for 15000 The Sikes Farr adjoins 1200 acres already owned by the Wilson brothers and makes them the owners of 1500 acres worth between 75000 and 100000 and an bought within the past 10 years On account of the litigation carried in before the States appropriation of 515000 for the Kentucky State Pnlr was declared legal there has been uneasiness shown by exhibitors lest there be a hitch in the payment of pre niums The management of the Fat however is in receipt ofa letter from State Auditor linger stating that the money will be paid whenever desired All fears may therefore be allayed There is every indication that Ken tucks big State Fair to be held In Lexington September 1823 will be the largest and best exhibition of live tuck and agricultural products eve held in the South Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1005 as far as reported Richmond July 25i days Hustonvllle July 263 days Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 164 days Shepherdsvilje August 164 days Lawrenceburg August 164 days Liberty Aug 1G3 days Vunceburg August 164 days Brodhead Aug IGa days Guthrie August 173 days Columbia Aug 224 days Shelliyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 2V3 days Nicholasville August 293 days Burdstown August 304 days Somerset August 294 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgpw Sept 13I days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September I86 days Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 105 days- no Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars Earned Tht1 overage man does not save to oxcetl10 per cent of his earnings He must spend nine dollars In living ex nfies fur every dollar saved That Ing the ciiKi ho cannot bo too care ful about unnecessary expenses Very often u few cents properly Invested like buying seeds for his garden will ivosovurnl dollars outlay later IIn- n Is the scone In haying Chamberlains Colle Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemel- 1y It costs hllllL fow cents and hOd of It in tho house often saves a xtora bill of several Mlollnrs For Hule by Lyne Uros Crab Orchard Auditor linger in a letter to Presi tlent Babbitt oMho Kentucky Whole eott Dealers Association construes the tof 190 imposing a license tax on ctifiers of spirits as not conflicting with tho act of 1902 requiring license on the business of wholesaling distilled spirits and rectified spirits In other ords if a person is a rectifier orab- lender ana engaged in the wholesaling of rectified spirits he must Iay a license tax for each business Tho matter is of considerable import anceto all rectifiers r Three negres were hanged in the county jail at Memphis Tenn L= ne MIDDLEBURG ISchoel began at Middlcburg Normal College Monllny with CO pupils Rev Joshua Taylor preached at tho M Ii church Sunday morning nnd Rev Shouse preached that night letterbeen visiting in Kansas for tho past five weeks She is now among the jack rabbits and prairie dogs of Oklaho ma and is having a pleasant time with relatives We expect her homo in nI couple of weeks Misses Sadie Florence and Flossiu Taylor of Danville were with frielll1sI here Sunday Miss Willie Sunday for Brush Creek wheroshowlU teach the common school Miss Bertha Bcldcn of Crab Orchard is visiting Miss Martha Estes Misses Maud and Daisy Lyons of Dywere visiting rel atives here Miss Bessie Fogle began school at Turkey Knob Monday Miss Cordia Hubble who is teaching school in Lincoln county was at home Satur day and Sunday Dr Isaac Wesley nnd children were visiting Dr J T Wesley Miss Elva Rigney left Sunday for Brush Creek where she will teach school ClarIvisiting Dr Wesley The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris U that they lame discovered a diamond cure for consumption If you fear con sumption or pneumonia it will how over IK brat for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T Mo Gee of Vanleer Tenn I had a cough for 14 years Not lnJ hcl ed mo un til I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave Instant relief and effected a permanent curt Unequalled quick euro for Throat unit Lung Trouble At G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Droll Crab Orchard price f0o and fll guaranteed Trial bottle free but will serve under yea LEAD J Satop los ounalntfutexpr Ive You walk eIvht- heaeahoex not In them tour fee- lonlro I thtm thiy dont control your feet thy rerd undr you 1 The patent fa URFIT It holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes 8 o a d enough to carry the URFIT Node of call or kidnr jfrnnlnff uniform ull jnc ahfduuaktanodbtoo HJMcROBRETS I J kitchen wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look r is all we ask to coni vince you we have the t best the market af fords QEORGE H HARRIS A COD J4iStanford Kentucky The Gibraltcr of f Financial InstitutionsI CITIZENS BANK 1OF BRODHEAD KY Oilcra tn the People n Stclll1AlCOllllts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited IGive ns your biiBincM and we guarantee a plcarnnt nUll profitable relation Itiy 3 per cent interest ou tin deposits of SI 00 or more when left in tho bank and not checked upon for a jvcriwl of six months t I J W HUTCHESON Cashier To impulamo their new hucincM in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lint IMillgatldetl I G Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLtf KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will he convinced that they can feather lour tic ttnn All parties iiidcliteil to mo are expected to settle promptly 1 + JULY THE 1ST f This notice gives you ample time to arrange for ncttlemeut ou or before that date Itemized account may bo seed at the store f Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky Annual Sale J Of Odds and buds in McuV WomeiiV and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Some of theee goods are out of style but good good They are now on our Bargain Counter at tJ to 12 former prices Come sad get first choke Will trot last long W E PerkinsCrab Ky Orchard Dripping Springs F 0 Crab Orchard Ky ThU IvIlKliUulnlilHuniiiifr retort U now oixrn to uurntii The ImlUlliiUH urn In goal ltnlo thin wiitur U line mul ho tnblo lint clniii Harriett Milter Is HKiiln In or tho which mentis Rood eating load ntnhtt and your horns well cured lor Itnte7perweek Write to K H KIHKKK Ornb Orojiurd Ky f I ix This FOR SALE I Iuro bml llcrkahlro hoxumiil Houlhilown Hhcip Alno liluh uriiilt riirlln hack jH CnrHHttT Iliutunvlllc K- yNOTICE laicIiattling Hinr nt very earliest content race Those having clnllll HK4luit the U tutu will nn ent thHiii propur y verlfled MINt jKNNIKMCKtMNKT ADMB I 51V 1 The Interior JournalEn- tercdinheFort 0ftceat Stanford aI Mconddatt mutter- PUBLINIIMD rUBSOAYH AND NNID1Ytl AT IOOPER YEAR CASH isrwhui not 10 paid UOO will bo charg- edUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost ai good ai new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Olve me a triaL FRANK ATKU Stanford For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of Und situated just outiUe of town limits dn the Somerset pike rouse has rooms kitchen and icr TaRt room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock- J P BAILEY INSURANCEFIre Acclctfcnt None IJUt tbe HTUONQKHT and BEST Companies Iiepn 1ted Ix wt ltloltlbltt HaWs Uunrnnl I lion Inylngjltoo oicljUneqimlliil Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky RrMdrncc Phone No 81 t TIle New Mason Hotel RATES S2nO PER DAY Lancaster Ky yAwm SHUQABS PioprUtor r Electric UcliU In every loom Refurnished anj under ertlre New Man cem nt t Bob the favorite porter nteeU ell trains f ReA JONES Dentist 5TANFORDKENTUKY Office in flyers House Parlor f Phone No1 J H IOONE t CO ProprietorsILIVERY fiND fEEDSTfiBbE1 Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers Coal InI E D Peyton1 DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro a ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to lruce 6t Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KV Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Hortei handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection weH Muelleri Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY w Till Latest lu Jewelry Hllvir IutOlass Vutclus and Clotks lu Htock HUSH HONfYl DONT GRY1i t not xtill utfint for The Victor Jlucmlu Th Victor In bo rfert rulklllI often inutiikin for the liuumii ole provIng n nevrfulllnif kourre of dollght to u UlKiipiioliittiif to none To Hliiovir of good music Tliu Victor li an Iniplmtlon no mutter how iiiuclientertnln IlIoUt tbI lit hUlllu Thl Victor b nlwaym welcome You cull at thou listen to Iuadorcheetrn KOIIKI Instrumental jnu lu do that tlioiiMimli of iKople Itook to hear In crowded reverts there In no Unlit to tlia variety of ooUctloix This matoliloss Instrunuiit will rvcltc to you Can I inter ont out It KOcnll anti we iiiinplo imichliu uthlhltlouetmyntor- eN1tVorftpotHt TIIUH O ItALU HtnnforUJCy Give Me Your Order i I Can Please You Wily ready made clouting when t there Is so little difference In the price of high grade ready made suit and n suit llde to Jour measure taken by an ex flced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring goods I can make from a lowprice buiincM suit to the finest drew snit Alee Spring overcoats and trous erg The company I represent la one of the beet I also have a lined good I snake upi nvlf for those who prefer It H 0 KUPLEY the Tailor t a nr Jesse W Sweeney IraorsUTOnI Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellted and cared for Up to date rim at reasonable rates OaJl Traylor DIltKH IN Whtskn Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc NounI STANFORD KY Prompt ant polltt attention Notalnt but the ti calvei ra RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY payafeaImental N rnanhoodrY110lollllon t alld mate orth PErrERS NtHVICOnnmlrw Strnt C Ntm trowNidI UranlfPLriTR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAOO S Foe SALE AT PEKHXS DEUO BTOBE POSTED strictlyturbidpatting on our place and will pro ecutt violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchcnbacli Dros VonoruenlganFred Alfred Simpson Decree Holme Hiss Mattle IL Hawca E IlelcUenbach Charles Oummtns Jos Bsllnu A 0 Dunn M Hplmei Daugherty1fPeter WOarter J Nevtn Darter J Eo Bruce w F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John B Cam ntsch Sam Trnwbrldge A D Root Charles Eaislln Frank Cordler Mrs W 0 Welch Peter Balnier Mrs Kate Ador J l Beazley Co lit Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e teaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnrnessSuddler- ySTANFORD Iirc KENTUCKY Ofllce Phono tai Ilowe lholJea HAY FEVER INSTANTLY RELIEVED By a Simple and Sofa Treatment Thousands of people Who Buffer witli that annoying and ngsravntlng ailment Hay Fever can get Immediate relief by using freely thnt soothing healing remedy Paracatniili Tills scientific preparation contains no opium co caine inorplilno or poisonous dross but Is n combination of plenslnjc sooth ing healing oils mud If used na direct ed will prove ii crtat boon to all BUr ferers from liny Fever Summer Ca- tArrh and Throat Troubles flout hes Itato try Paracanuph today It has relieved and cured othcrH wliy not your Dont puffer this summer Try Paracamph nt once If it falls to do what is claimed for it your money will be refunded Sold only In 2Tc roc and 5100 bottles Tho Paracamph Co Louisville Ky US A FOB SALE BT W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT t IrJ J FARMERS DEPARTMENT Emmett Tray tor delivered to J II Boone a lot of corn at 3 J U Foster sold for J H McAlistc a lot of stock ewes at 325 John D Foster sold to Huey Bros of Boone county 90 sheep at 350 E P Woods Son bought 200 W pound lambs this week at CJ to 6c 0 P Huffman bought of J II Baughman a lot of heifers at 2J to 8c W M Bright sold his crop of 600 bushels of wheat to J H Baughman Co at 85c- Lexington dealers are now paying 525 for hemp A recent sale was made at Paris for 535 S C Carpenter of Millersburp bought of J W White of Montgomery county 10 yearling share mules ut 1135I have for sale at the Lancaster pens Monday July 24 a car ItlldlngsIcar load of lambs for which he recelv ed 785 for tops He also sold 20000 Ibs of wool and 150 tons of hemp- A fine roan steer weighing about 8W pounds left my place latter part of March Will give liberal reward for his return Jako A Robinson R R No 2 Stanford Ky A movement is on foot by the tobacco growers and handlers in Boyle coun ty to give a big tobacco fair this win ter in Danville and the adjoining coun ties will be asked to lend their nssta tanep Advocate STUAVBD ou STOLEN Sorrel gold ing two years o1d15 hands high Rq man nose dark mane and tall will give a suitable reward for any informa tion leading to his recovery J F Cook Lexington Ky or J C Bailoy Stanford Ky e B L and T M Wilson the well known horsemen and farmers of Barren county have just bought of John Sikes 300 acres of land in The Barrens for 15000 The Sikes farm adjoins 1200 acres already owned by the Wilson brothers and makes them the owners of 1500 acres worth be tween 75000 and 100000 and all bought within the past 10 years On account of the litigation carried on before the States appropriation of 15000 for the Kentucky State Fair was declared legal there has been uneasiness shown by exhibitors lest there be a hitch in the payment of premiums The management of the Fair however is in receipt of a letter from State Auditor Hager stating that the money will be paid whenever desired All fears may therefore be allayed There is every indication that Ken tucks big State Fair to be held in Lexington September 1823 will be the largest and best exhibition of live stock and agricultural products ever held in the South Ke FairDates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Richmond July 25I daystHustonville July Madisonvilie August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 164 days Shepherdsvilje August 154 days Lawrenceburg August 154 days Liberty Aug 163 days Vanceburg August 164 days Brodhead Aug 163 days Guthrie August 173 days Columbia Aug 224 days Shelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 23i days London Aug 2H days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardslown August 304days Somerset August 29d days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 daysrThe Kentucky State September 180 days Henderson September 26G days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 106 days One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars Earned Thd average mun does not save to Bxuoed 10 per cent of his earnings He must spend nine dollars in living ex penses for every dollar sawed That being tho casu ho cannot be too careful nbout unniicessary expenses Very often u tow cents properly Invested like buying seeds for his garden will save several dollars outlay later on It is the sumo in buying Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemc ily ItIusts but a fow cents nmla bottle of it in tho houso often saves a doctors bill of several lollurs For sale byLyne Bros Crab Orchard Auditor linger in a letter to Presi dent Babbitt ofthe Kentucky Whole sole Dealers Association construes the set of 1901 imposing a license tax on rectifiers of spirits as not conflicting with tho act of 1902 requiring license on tho business of wholesaling distilled spirits and rectified spirits In other words If a person is a rectifier orab- lender and i engaged in the wholesaling of rectified he must my a license tax for each business The of considerable import ance to all rectifiers Three negroeswere hanged in the county jail at Tenn MIDDLEBURG ISchool began at Middleburg Normal College Monlluy with CO pupils Rev Joshua Taylor preached at the M E church Sunday morning and Rev Shouse preached that night The writer is just in receipt of u let tor from Mrs Etta Coleman who has been visiting in Kansas for tho past five weeks She is now among the jack rabbits and prairie dogs of Oklaho ma and is having a pleasant time with relative We expect her home in a couple of weeks Misses Sadie Florence und Plwsiw Taylor of Danville were with friends here Sunday Miss Willie Fogle left Sunday for Brush Creek where sho will teach the common school Miss Bertha Bcldcn of Crab Orchard is visiting Miss Martha Fn tea Misses MAud And Daisy Lyons of Dy were visiting rel atives here Miss Ilcssio Fogle began school nt Turkey Knob Monday Miss Cordia Hubble who is teaching school in Lincoln county was at home Saturday and Sunday Dr Isaac Wesley and children were visiting Dr J T Wesley Miss Elva Rigncy left Sunday for Brush Creek where she will teach school Lnnslng Lanham of Dye visited Clar ence Coleman lit Danville Mr and Mrs Joe Williams of Mt Salem were visiting Dr Wesley Diamond Cure The latest news from Purls Is that they have discovered u diamond cure for consumption If you tear con sumption or pneumonia It will how over be last for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T Mc Gee of Vanleer Tenn I hud a cough for 14 years Nothing helped me un til 1 took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effected a permanent euro Unequalled quick euro for Throat and Lung Troubles At O L Pennys Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard price tOe anti 11 guaranteed Trial bottle free but willserve under you LEAD II SIrnpla poundingml express lye walk teffht- heaeShoes not In them your fee- tControlthin thy don t control your feet they jtrill under youI The patente U R F tT holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift aroundand twist youi shoes out of shape are the only shoes 8 0 0 d enough to carry thea URFITMade l calf or kid nr nnuln uniform bullalcoil wU Wi nod pot end FOB SALE Bt j HJ McROBRETS rr 1 wonderful Range now exhibition- at our store and look is we ask to convince you we have best the market af fords IStanfordThe Gibraltar of Rockcastle County Flninclal Institutions I CITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Offers to the People a fyatctuAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited I Give us your bueintM and guarnntcc a pleasant and profitable rotation Pay 3 per cent interest on nil deposits of 8100 or more when left the hank and not checked upon far ft period of six months J W HUTCHESON Cashier oJI To popularize their new liusTliess in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines Iwing added T G Weatherford Co HUSTON VI LLrT ICENTUOICY Asks you to call and you will bo cOiiVfiipcd Mint they can feather youc liestwiii All nettles indebted to mo lire expected to Fettle jiromjitly fy + JULY THE 1ST This notice gives you ample time to arrange for Hcttlemont on or before that unto Itemized account may be wen nt thij store rr Will N Craig M De Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky Annual Sale iJ Of Odds mud Ends in Meu WOIIIOIIH nnd liilJreiin Shoes and Home of theta goods the out of style Jut good goods They are note on our Bargain Counter nt ltt to 12 former prices Curate and get first choke Will not lust lung W E Perkins Dripping Springs F 0 Crab Orchard Ky This lUllghtful old Hummer riiort Is now oren to Nuests The liulldliiKa uru In goat 8iuix tho wilier U line tutu the tiililo first class Harriott Halter Isagalolit uluiritu of the kltchf n which menus nooil vnllnit Good ntultlo und your lioruKWtill cured tor flute 17 per week Write to K H KIHKHR Crab Orolmrd Ky u This is on a all the we in Slippers Crab IKyFOR SALE I 1ure brett Hcrkililro flogs odd Hiiuthduwn JHHiiriwntiTNOTICE laboJunnsh y uttllnit VHino nt very varlleit convent uliltSlllWt JJtNNIJtloIoKIUlCYj ADMB r