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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tTt I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY T fAY JULY 2S 1905 NO 41 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Barbourvlllo needs more dwclllngH There is not n vacant small house In the town The Controller of the Currency has approved the conversion of the Citizens Bank 01 London ICy Into the Second National Hank of London with 25 000 cnpltnl G T Gooch and Fred Hunt have purchased the machine shops of L B Hunt and the business will hereafter be conducted under the firm name of G T Gooch iCo Mountaineer J Warren Cunningham former editor of the Mlddlesboro Record has accepted n position with tho comic i opera company The Mnyor ofToklo now playing at the Garrack Theater ChicagoA o Thomuii longo C P Ce ell Jr trod Rink West of Danville t have tiled articles of Incorporation with the State department at Frnrtkfort In corporating the LonKola Co at 523 000 inn Kola is ft light drink after the order of Coca Cola Claiming that James Smith of Mid dlcsboro attacked him with a jerr- bottle because he sought to protect n small toy who was being roughly handled by Smith John Golden emptied the contents of shotgun into the heart of hit assailant death resulting instant ly Golden has surrendered to the au thorities 0 H Waddle owner of the street railway franchise ut Somerset has been granted by the City Council an extension of CO days front July 17 in r twhich to begin work The council wax induced to take this course on the assurance that arrangements had been made for financing the enterprise and that actual Work would begin on or before the time named Cholera Infantum Child not xMtted to live from one hour to another but curvd by Cham berlain tollr Cholera and Dlur rhoeu Remedy Butt the little daughter of B X Dewey Agnevrvlllo Vu was t rloun ly Ill of cholera infant um lam summer We gave her up and did not expect her to live from ono hour to another he says 1 happened b think of Ohamtwrlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itcmcdy and got a bottle of it from tho store In live hours 1 sow a change for tho better We kept on giving it and before who hUll taken the half of ono small bottle IIho was well Thin remedy is for sale by Lynollrds Crab Orchard Ky Recipe For A Happy Day Take a little dash of cold water A little leaven of prayer A little bit of sunshine gold Dissolved in morning air Add to your meal some merriment Add thought for kith and kin And then as a prime Ingredient A plenty of work thrown in Flavor it all with essence of love And a little dash of play Let u nice old book and it glance above Complete the wellspent day At tho preliminary trial of John Mil ler James Cundiff and John Dunscll of Lee county charged with thq killing of John Crcechand James Thomas evidence was introduced to show that Mil ler and Cundiff attended church for no other purK 80 than to renew a quarrel they had with John and James Creech Dunscll was discharged by the court while Miller and CundifT were allowed ball in tho sums of 3000 and 1500 respectively 5The editor and his wife disagree very with each other She ecU things to write and he writes things to set She reads what others write and he writes what others read She keeps tho devil out of tho house as much us possible and ho retains him and couk- not go to press without him Sh knows more things than she writes and he writes more things than he knows Ellzahethtown News Will Interest Many Every person should Know that f good health Is impossible If thitt kid neys uru deranged Foloyt Kidney Cure will cure kidney and liludVler di sense In every form and will built up null HtrengthentheseorgansHothov perform tholr functionsproperly r danger of Wrights disease or dlnbo tea If FoloyJ Kidney pure taken In time Pennys Drug Store There goes n man who writes extravagant statements WhA is het Hos tho fellow who writes our gas 4 bills Subscriber Some of your jokes area trifle raw oughtnt to be theyve been roasted enoughJudge In Norway there to a law which prohibits raon from cutting down tree unless he plants three saplings i its place A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION The Crab Orchard Fair Racing As aflossGood Crowds Each Day Fine Show Of Stock and Exciting Races The Crab Orchard Fair Racing As sociations fourth annual meeting was a mot enjoyabo one and the prospects are that it will hun successful one from a financial standpoint when the books are squared up Good order and fairly good weather prevailed throughout anti nothing was done to mar tho pleasure of tho good crowds that attended each day Tho Crab Orchard people cared for their gucoU most admirably and to them we movo n vote of thanks Following are the awards of the last day 23 IJest suckling cdlt clthereox 10 W P Crimes Jr premium mnkc Rout certl flcn teI21 Best suckling colt either sex hINaboth Jr 12 W J R Benzley premium and certifi cate 25 Bentpony under 11 hands shown In harness 10 00 C James piemium Wallaco Go ver certificate 2t5 Rest combined mare or gelding anyI age tx1I C T Sandldge Co premium JtU Bailey certificate 27 Best rocknway mare or Kelllt Ins I C James premium J C HolloI certificate 28 Best saddle snare 4 years old andI over J C Halley premium Irico Tudor certificate 2J Bestwnikingmareorgelding 16 00t S M Owens premium S Buchanan certlficatcI30 Fancy Turnout gentleman 20 00 Robert Walker premium I C James certificate 31 Best harness mare or gelding IInyt age- Robert y Walker premium I CJ James certificateI32 team I C James premium Donut East land certificateI33 any age Robert Walker premium Price Tudor certUlcotecIIAC1NO PJIOGUAMTHIIU DAY Running Frank Fchr Stake 11 miles for 3 year oldsund over 100 00 1h B Recther 1st nnd 3rd Fayetto Wilkinson 2nd Trotting or pacing free for all miloI heats lestlin fiM 00I lien Duncan 1st A J Gibuncy D S Wilcox 3nlIMule race 1 mile dash 10 00I C P Cecil 1st A Uw Stigall 2nd and 3rd Consolation race L K Rogers latI lien Duncan 2nd R II HronauKh 3rd Pony race King Swope 1st J H Boooc 2ndIGentlemens Roadster race It miles dash for buggy horses or mares that have never been trained orI raced 2T 00 I C James 1st John McRoberts 2nd J T Embry 3rd Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The Best in Existence T M Wood manager of the While County News Hwbo Ark Is U ropru Bontutlvv southern business man wise does not hesitate la expensing his good opinion of a well known featly Ho says It gives mo pleasure to ive ommond Chamberlain Colic Chole ra and Diarrhoea llcmedy having used It myself and In my family with the best result In fuel I believe it to the best remedy of tho kind In ex Utenco Sold by Lync Bro Crab Orchard Ky 1lie had been culling at intervals for five years nnd one night when ho and the young lady were seated In n seclud ed corner of the drawingroom tho front door bell rang Oh botherl tried the young man better tell the servant you are out Shall I not tell her to say Im en gaged asked the girl shyly and be fore another quarter of an hour had wass LivelyoIUII gives permanent relief in ousts of habitual constitution us it stimulates tho liver and restores tho natural action of the bowels without irritating these organs like pills or ordinary cathartics Duos not nauseato or gripe nUll U mild and pleasant to take Kcmcinber the name OntNO und refuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store The vitality of the snail Is remarka ble One that was glued to a card in a museum for four years came to life on being immersed in warm water Somo specimens in the collection of a natural hadnbeen dead for 15 years NEWS NOTES The boycott of American goods 11DnmAgedune by u landslide lit Naples Italy At Coalburg Ala n man shot nml fatally injured his wife thinking her 11Muryburned to death at her home OHvt Hill ry- Several bombs were thrown into crowd at Hyulostok Uussia and scv oral were killed E G Martin Jr u physlchm of Rocky Hill Ky Tied from nn ov doseof morphine Peter Hansen aged 80 years well known as a Danish poet died suddenl at Cedar Fullo Iowa Mobile has iuarnntinud against Not Orleans because of tho alleged well of yellow fever in the latter cits In n wreck on the Southern Pncifi it Dryden Texas nn engln or xva killed fatally and a fireman Injured probnbi Mere desperate fighting on the Islcn J of Sakhalin resulted In the atlrrondc of a large force of IlHMfen Inoludlni 14 otlkors Two Munich neionUaU hove bf of the Itoontgcn ray succeeds f n photographing tho human heart bi IWreti beats More mutiny has been discovered It Russian Black sea fleet and t It result the summer rrsrouTrs hat been culled of M T Hancoak a mUHoTjafre plot manufacturer and inventor of Las At i gclcs Col was killed In an nutomobll accident thQrejhe Ixiiig Island railroad saved tli of an unknown woman and ht but died a martyr at his puyt i tutyIAsU result of the Chicago teamster strike being officially declared off it t men are seeking back tholr old place rash amounting almost to u ltallI cJc One man was killed und two wet injured ono of the letter fatally in toI headon collision between freight trait s the Louisville k Nashville net II PulaskI Tenn A mysterious rubbery of the Mat a street millinery house of David Unit ii Co Ixmisvillc resulted In n loss t about 3000 to tho firm The Imo f consisted of silks and laces Twentyfour men were killed I were injured and 55 horses were hot the explosion of the bomb aimed tit the Sultan of Turkey It is believed n have been tho work of Hungurlana By a vote of C to 2 Road Sup erviasr George R Ashurt was convicted ly the Bourbon Fiscal Court of the 10 charges recently preferred against ham neglect of duty etc and forma y notified of his removal Gov Hoch of Kansas unnouni tl that he would declare tho otllccof Stnte Treasurer now held by J J Kelly vacant because of Kellys refusal to give a new bond his old bond haw been involved in the recent failure if C J Devlin As the result of the plunging of in automobile Into a ditch followed d mcdlately by the explosion of tho g4 ollno tank 14 yenr old Olive Johns oC Lima 0 was burned to deaths xl five other parsons were more or 1 M seriously injured Tho scene of ic accident was near Indanux li- sIuI Garret aged 28 of Newjvl and hw 17 year tiltICe formed in suicide compact to jv4 tp from the bridge Into the river t riving at tho scene of there conU t platcd crime they began arguing a lo which should jump first The brU e patrolman overheard the remarks f the excited couple and coached thef w just on she was about to make jt te fatal plunge Garret and his rewere placed under arrest The evidence Introduced ut till 11 t limlnary triad of Scott McQuinn ft jd John Lane charged with the r Frank Smith nnd his two sons klllhlll jy 15 tends to show the crime to lla fe been ono of the most cold blotslel fn tho criminal annuls of Wolfe c jujii y Concealing themselves in a burn Iy awaited the coming of tho Smith jij I firing und killing them instantly re father of tho murdered men hern ig tho shots run to the Rfeno from is home 300 yards away and was In tern shot down accused men re held without bai- lWonderful Courage I1Ulidbravo Is quito for IrCaldwell8 laxatlvcSyrup PepslnlwUl surely euro all these diseases d lve away all tho unpleasant syinpt nt and restore every invalid to ho ilTry ih Sold by G L Penny Etford C W Adams HustonvllU at 50c andtl Money back If It fallil i t HUSTONVILLE iCuwun M Cot mack and Lutes d Co aro continuing tho shipme ttof first clai lambs to th Eastern nmjtiU nnd like Phuros diuyltl r are flnning a lit 8I 1 cnt blue truss forms on the pike handsomely improved and ieatitifully situated for sale ut bar gnln contninirp 330 and 176 aurtfd Ad tdrejji W R Williams RJV T F Hendon pastor of the BnptI4tchurchatAthens Ttnn will protracted meeting at the Bap Mist church hic next Sunday nnd will be assisted by Rev T F Coleman Madame Hutloc stays that Mr James W Powell trie of the very best men in this pcctlua will be mrrried at Cov ington tomiVTow to Mia Cordelia Hilt f welUkniwn here and related to the Rifles of his vicinity- A Very Interesting sornun was dollv ore by Ret U B Lander at the Pres bytrrlanrhunh Sunday mornimj his subcct beings Psychology of Death Mlsi Leila Wl color gat s nn inturosting rendition of n beantifai soprano solo Among the arrivals at the Wenthor ford Hotel we note Robert Adams of Lexington Stanley Porter nnl Dr Jno T Dcneven Jlnysvilh S J Wash bunt New Y rk B n Carter Stan font 1 C Jataes Harrodsbuig R P Rntton and J II AlVcrson Cincinnati W F Clark tmdn ton S wna thn rcat musical ccmpojcr and band lender was thi first to intro duei soprano solos in connection with his Sand renditions in this couotvy The feature was an immense hit from the first Now Weber th great Cincinnati leader and Storms the leather of the Kentucky Military Bond who plays for our fair this week are making special features of soirano solos in connection with their daily concerts at 23n Dort mitd it P W Green of Lexington who has been recuperating for n week nt Olym pian Springs returned home Saturday mush Improved Born to tho wt of Y W Burton a bouncing ninepound girl C L Holmes and wife left Monday for a four weeks outinjr on tho lakes of Michigan Miss Lula Edring ton our cxchiaige operator is nt her post again after a few lays of much needed rest Sirs C II VisnA dale of Mercer formerly of this plate was with friends hrolast week Reuben Givens of Mobile is with his host of relatives and friends hero for a short vacation lie will attend till Hmtonville fair Misses Gnieo and Lil Ie Johnson of Ponca City Okla are canting to the llwtn wills fair and will be quests of the Jlisses Yowell Luke Carpenter suffered a fracture of the collarbone Friday in handling some stock for exhibition at oijr fair He is able to be out ha ever Win Covey of Knob Noster Mo is visiting his old ncouuintnncoi in our midst He left thli locality M yer ago anti cons qunntly recognized very few of his friends JnrlezI Conner and wife neat J Wolzer of Louisville tim with W S VanArsda c and wife Ii and film Carl Wheeler of Lexington Miss Lelia Wheeler of Alabama nnd Miss Anna Bell Wheeler of Maysville foraiuhap py house party at the Emportair this month W U Wright anti family have arrived nL Diming Nd iuvT reek rt that living there is as high nft a cats ba k lie thinks however theclimate wil bo of great benefit to hirt wife air and Mrs Gnnvlllo Pentlrutf of Knot Ncstur Mo are guests ofMe and Mrs E P Carpenter in the MorelunJ section A frftfhln boiler explosion occurr on the United Statv gunboat Benning ton in the btiyntSnupiego California At n result It of the crew are known to fro dead and 10 others rejx rte miislng haV i nlllostccrt IlIYJlcrlhcd- In addition o sires of men ware Irjurcd moro or less severely The ojplosioi came xvlthow wnrniifr adda terrible scimc was presented by the decks n f this vessel and the surrounding water oferte occihrence The cause of the explosion is unknown though the boiler is said to have been thought un sate for sntt tome Coinmaridei Lucien Yours j u KentuckUn was on shro ut the time of the explosion The Bcnning ton was launched in 1890 While tho vessel did not sink ft Is be Revel it will have to be dismantled before repairs can be mactrq Splitting Headache Can bo often rvllovedby a horse sedu the but tho elentllli way nf treating u Uiiidachaii to go right down to the rcil eatls9 trirvit of Lists trouble and cijro It Illr03IdwelllI Syrup Pep sin It Is thp only perfect euro for headache dizziness conntipatlon end U free from the dangerous nfteref fetts which so frequently tallow tho use of headache powders Try It Sold by O L Penny Stanford C W Ad atns Hustonyllle ntfiOc and fl Mono buck If it falls The Sultan of Turkey nxently ordered 700 drfwes for Ins wives from Paris SIGHT IS PRICELESS You can nut afford to risk your sight by purcliaMug glasses from iiy itiucv i ItflCtI t t SPEGTAGLESPPOPCBLY FITTer THE JKLENZA BATH will gLee immediate relief in milltees of TIUKI WEAKor INPLAMHn KYM ir matter front what cntiic AlwluUly ImrniluM perfectly de lightiul to mo mud always froah I Ins leon eudorswl by thougands of profosiionul IUd luillli iijcn Onto trim always itftd kuans Jfow nlKitit rvtis turn cy ff Why not lhe tho camo precaution sat you do in the case of your horse Our Dr Aruz formerly with T J lIou it Coof Louuvlllc is a graduate of one of the lending Optical College and our work curries the guarantee I of MlUfnctiou or nu pay Our DR II C AKNZ will 1m in Stanford on July 27 LH and 2Jtittt- he St Asajili Hotel Exiiiuinutioin free vliotlicr you need or buy glx La or taut A call is ri octfuijy tollcited H C W ARNZ CO Louisville Ky IOO IOQ a A I r Come to DR W N CRAIG THE DRUGGIST OPTICIAN OF STANFORD KY Before Aug 7th and have your Eyes Tested free of Charge Will fit your c=ti correctly with first quality perucnpic ecu vex or concave spherical kens Absolutely white crystal In straight teas phi Alumiuoid foiine with ease till 81 tOiler gtxxl till Aug 7th This is u noneorosivo frame as durable in gold and well Jrorlh t vice the price My patients Jtavo the privilege of coming back at time at d having the lEi VK1UFIK1 timid that you know is what makes a guarantee vorth l41111lthiiIJ = h The White Lily Washer is somethinggnew Try one and you will welcome wash days Sold on trial Try one W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY V Hot Weather Now is the time that everything 1 needs water I can put you in a that will pump from the bottom of the with more ease than any pump made Tin roofing will lastLlonger than any roof and costs very little more See me about any kind of metal work r 5 H ALDRIDCE 7 lit D pot Str Stanford Ky i1 l rPhil 47 i z p f r lFn s r T 00 Fr r s r ji V u i THEINTERIOR JOURNAL I IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 25 1905 NO 41 IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES fiarbourvillo needs more dwelllnKB There is not a vacant Email house in the town The Controller of tho Currency has approved the conversion ofthe Citizens Bank of London Ky Into the Second National Bank of London with 26 000 capital Q T Gooch und Fred Hunt havo purchased the machine shojw of L E ftHunt and tho business will hereafter he under tho firm name of G T Gooch Co Mountaineer J Warren Cunningham former editor of the Mlddlesboro Record has accepted n position with the comic company The Mayor oCTokloIt 1now at the Gnrrnck Theater ChtcaKoIA Longo Thomas Ix ngo CP Ce ell Jr and Frank Wost of Danville have filed nrtlcU of lncorjx ratI0n with tho State department at Framtfort corporating tho Lon Koh Co at 320 000 ion Kola is a light drink after the order of Coca Cola Claiming that James Smith of llIdI dlesboro attacked him with a beer bottle Inxauso ho sought to protect a luull boy who wus doing roughly handled by Smith John doldun emptied y thu contents of a shotgun into tho heart of his awallant death roaultlnR instant ly Golden has surrendered to tho nu tlioritlos 0 II Wuddle owner of thIIheeL railway franchise at Somerset has been granted by the City Council an extension of days from July 17 Inc which to begin work The council was Induced to take this course on tho assurance that arrangements had been mad for financing tho enterprise and that actual work would begin on or before the time named Cholera Infantum Child not i x colod to live from one hour to another hut aural by Olium l rlalnri Unit Cholwu and Diar rhoea Itrremdy- Ruth time little daaghter of B N Dower Agnewvlll Vu was doriouti ly 111 of cJiolora InfunuinluHiHuiiimor Wo Rove her UtI and did not export her to lire from one hour to another It lie says I happened H think of Chamberlains Colic Cholera mud Dlurrhoeu Itamedy and tot a bottle of It from the store In the hours I saw a change for tho totter We kept on riving It anti before she had taken the half of one small bottle she was well It Tills remedy Is for solo by Lyno Bros +6CrabOrehard Ky Recipe For A Happy Day Take a little dash of cold water A little leaven of prayer A little bit of sunshine gold Dissolved in morning I1lrjAdd to your meal some merriment Add thought for kith and kin And then as n prime ingredient A plenty of work thrown In Flavor it all with essence of love And a little dash of play Let a nice old book and a glance above Complete tho welt spent day At the preliminary trial of John Mil ler James Cundiff and John Dunsoll of Lee county charged with thq killing of John Creech and James Thomas evi dence was introduced to show that Mil ler and Cundiff attended church for no other purpose than to renew a quarrel they had with John and James Creech Dunscll was discharged by tho court while Miller and CundifT were allowed ball in the sums of 3000 and 1500 respectively t Tho editor and his wife disagree very materially with each other She sets things to write and he writes things to set She reads what others write and he writes what others read Siva keeps tho devil out of tho as much as possible anti ho retains him andcould not go to press without him She knows more things than she writes and he writes more things than ho knows I Ellzabcthtown News Will IntorosjL Many Every person should snow that good health Is Impossible If tli tkll1 uey aw deranged Folcys Kidney Cure will euro kidney and bladdar di sease In every form and will build up aura strengthen these organs so they will perform their fiinctl ms roporl No danger of Brlghts disease or diabe tea If Foleys Kidney Curei Is taken In time Pennys Drug Store who writesThere goes a man extravagant statements IIWh is ho lies tho follow who writes our gas bills SubscriberSome of your jokes area trifle raw theyvebeenIn Norway thereis a law which pro hiblta any rson from cutting down a tree unless ho plants three saplings in Its place n A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITIQN Tho Crab Orchard air Racing As sociation Meeting Comes to a close Friday Afternoon Good Crowds Each Day Fine Show Of Stock and Exciting Races The Crab Orchard Fair Racing As Delations fourth annual meeting was a mOlt enjoyabo one and the prospects- are that it will bun successful ono from- a financial standpoint when the books are squared up Good order and fairly good weather prevailed throughout and nothing was done to mar the pleasure of the goodcrowds that attended each day The Crab Orchard people cared for their guests most admirably and to them wo movo u vote of think Fol lowln arc the awards of thelflsj day 23 blest suckling edit clthcrsox 10 00 W P Grimes Jr premium Frank Hout certificate 21 Host suckling colt either sex by Nabolh Jr 12 50 J It Ucaaloy premium and certifi Icate 25 Heat pony under 14 hands shown in harness 10 00 IC James uomhitn Wallace Cuter certificate 20 Heat combined mart pr gelding any age ulJoo 20 00 C T Saridldjjo Co premium J II Bailey certificate SI Heat rockaway mare or geld lug 1500- I C James premium J C Bailey certificate 28 nest saddle marc 4 years old and over 20 00 J Ci Halley premium Price Tudor certificate J Best walking maroorgclillng 15 00 S M Owens premium S Hutch Buchanan certificate 30 Fancy Turnout shown by lady and gentleman 2000 Robert Walker premium I C James certificate 31 Dust harness mare or gelding any ago 20 00 Robert Walker premium I C James certificate 82 Roadster double team 25 00 I C James premium Bonta East landcertificate 33 Saddle stallion any age W 00 Robert Walker premium Price Tudor certificate IIAC1KQ ntOGIUM TlltKD DAY Running Frank Fchr Stake 11 miles for 3 year oldsnnd over 100 00 II B Rcethcr 1st and 3rd Fayetto Wilkinson 2nd Trotting or pacing frcofornll mile heats bestS In 5 10000 Ben Duncan 1st A J Giboney 2nd D S Wilcox 3rd Mule race mile dash 10 00 C P Cecil 1st A H Stigall 2nd and 3rd Consolation race L K Rogers 1st Ben Duncan 2nd R II Bronaugh 3rd Pony race King Swope 1st J H Boonc 2nd- Gentlemens Roadster race Ii miles dash for buggy horses or mares that have never been trained or nlcl1doo 2500 J C James lut John McRobcrts 2nd J T Embry 3rd Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Tho Best In Existence T M Wooil manager of the White County News Maybe Ark u repre sentative Binithorn business man who duos not htsltati in expressing his good opinion of a well known ruimly lie says It gives mu pleasure to red ominond Chamberlains Collo Cholo ru and Diarrhoea Remedy having used it myself and In my family with tho host results In feet L believe It to Iw tho lost remedy of the kind In ex Istonco Sold by Lyne Bro Crab Orchard Kylie had been calling at intervals for live years and one night when he and tho young lady were seated In a seclud ed corner of tho drawingroom the front door bell rang Oh botherl cried the young man better tell the servant you are out Shall I not tell her to say Im en gagedl asked tho girl shyly and before another quarter of an hour had passed she mu- ssrakes the Liver Ormo Laxative Fruit LlvclyI permanent toilet in cases constipation as It ntlimllutea tho liver and restores tho natural notion of tho bowels without Irritating these organs like pills or ordinary cathartics Dues not nauseate or gripe and la mild und pleasant to take Itemcmbor the name OittNQ and refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store The vitality of tho snail is remarka ble Ono that was glued to a card in a museum for four years came to life on being immersed in warm water Some specimens in the collection of a natural tat revived after they apparently had been dead for 15 years NEWS NOTES The boycott of American goods is now on in full force at Shanghai Damage aggregating 800000 was done by a landslide at Naples Italy At Coalhurg Ala a man shot nod fatally injured his wife thinking her a Staggs 1C years old was burned to death at her home Olive Hill Ky- Several bombs were thrown Into a crowd at Byelostok Russia and soy eral were killed E G Martin Jrn young physician of Rocky Hill Ky Oied from an over dose of morphine Peter Hansen aged 80 years well suddenlylilt Orleans because of tho alleged existence w of yellow fever In the latter city In a wreck on tho Southern Pacific tit Drydon Texas an engineer was killed and a fireman Injured probably fatally More desperate fighting on the Island of Sakhalin resulted in tho surrender of a large force of Russians Including 14 officers Two Munich scientists have by means of the Roentgen ray succccdpd in photographing tho uiman heart between bents Moro mutiny has lees discovered in the Russian Black sea fleet and as a result the summer maneuvers have been called of M T Hancock a millionaire plow manufacturer and inventor of Los Angeles Cal was killed in an automobile accident there William J McDonald a flagman for the Long Island railroad saved the lives of an unknowns woman and her baby but died u martyr at his pot of duty Ash result of the Chicago teamsters strike being ntiiclully declared off the men are seeking back their old places the rush amounting almost to a slam pedeOne man was killed and two were injured one of the letter fatally in a headon collision between freight trains on the Louisville Nashville near Pulaski Tenn A mysterious robbery of the Main street millinery house of David Baird Co Louisville resulted in a loss of about 3000 to tho firm Tho booty consisted of silks and laces Twentyfour men were killed 17 were injured and 55 horses were hurt by the explosion of the bomb aimed at tho Sultan of Turkey It is believed to have been the work of Hungarians By a vote of 6 to 2 Read Supervisor George R Ashurt was convicted by the Bourbon Fiscal Court of the 10 charges recently preferred against him of neglect of duty etc and formally notified of his removal Gov Hoch of Kansas announced that he would declare the office of State Treasurer now held by J J Kelly vacant because of Kellys refusal to give a new bond his old bond having been involved in the recent failure of C J Devlin As the result of tho plunging of an automobile into a ditch followed im mediately by the explosion of the gas oline tank 14 year old Olive Johnson of Lima 0 was burned to deathand five other persons were more or less seriously injured The scene of tho accident was near Indianapolis Louts Garret aged 28 of Newport and his 17 year l vtfof formed a suicide compact agreeing to jump from tho bridge Into tho river Ar riving at tho scene of there contem plated crime they began arguing as to which should jump first The bridge patrolman overheard the remarks of the excited couple and reached the wife just as sho was about to make the fatal plunge Garret and his wife were placed under arrest preliminaryJohn Lane charged with tho killing of Frank Smith and his two sons on July 15 tends to show the crime to have been one of tho most coldblooded in tho criminal annals of Wolfe county Concealing themselves in a barn they awaited the coming of the Smith boys firing and killing them instantly The father of tho murdered men hearing the shots ran to the Been from his home 300 yards awuymdwns in turn shot accused men were held without bai- lWonderful Courage Is displayed by many a poor Inva lid crushed under tho weight of chron ic troubles lice constipation bilious ness neuralgia headache stomach trouble etc But such suffering though brave is qulto unnecessary for Dr Caldwolls laxatlveSyrup Pepsin will surely euro all those diseases drive away all tho unpleasant symptoms and restore every invalid to health Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford 0 W Adams HustonylUe at 50o anul Money back if It fails t r HUSTONVILLE Cgwan McCormack and Lutes Coo continuing the shipment of first class lambs to the Eastern markets and like Pharos daughter are finding a lit tie profit Sec Two magnificent blue grass farms on tho pike handsomely improved and beautifully situated for sale at a bare gain containing 330 and 175 acres Ad dress W It Williams Rev T F Hendon pastor of the Baptist church at Athens Tenn will begin a protracted meeting at the Bap tist church hero next SUnday and will be assisted by Rev T F Coleman Madame Rumor says that Mr James W Powell one of the very best men in this section will be married at Cov ington tomorrow to Miss Cordelia Rlffo wellknown hero and related to the RifTos of this vicinity A very interesting sermon was deliv ored by Rev S H Lander at tho Pres byterian church Sunday morning his subject being Psychology of Death Miss Lelia Wheeler gave an interesting rendition of n beautiful soprano solo Among the arrivals at the Weather ford Hotel we notb Robert Adams of Lexington Stanley Porter and Dr Jno T Deneven Maysvilfa S D Wash burn New York B D Carter Stanford I C James Harrodsburg R P Robson and J H Alvcrson Cincinnati W F Clark Lexington Sousa thegreat musical composer and band leader was the first to introduce soprano solos H connection with his band renditions in this country The feature was an immense hit from the first Now Weber the great Cincinna ti leader and Storms the leader of the Kentucky Military Band who plays for our fair this week are making special features of soprano solos in connection with their dally concerts at 230 r M Dont miss it P W Green of Lexington who has been recuperating for a week at Olym pian Springs returned home Saturday much improved Born to the wife of Y W Burton a bouncing ninepound girl C L Holmes and wife left Mon day for a four weeks outing on the lakes of Michigan Miss Lula Edring ton our exchange operator is at her lest again after a few days of much needed rest Mrs C H VanArsdaln of Mercer formerly of this place was with friends here last week Reuben Givens of Mobile Is with his host of relatives and friends here for a short vacation He will attend the Hustonville fair Misses Grace and Lil tie Johnson of Ponca City Okla are coming to the Hustonville fair and will bo guests of the Misses Yowell Luke Carpenter suffered a fracture of the collar bone Friday in handling some stock for exhibition at oyr fair He Is able to be out however Wm Covey of Knob Noster Mo is visiting his old acquaintances in our midst Ho left this locality 31 years ago and consequently recognized very few of his friends James Conner and wife and J Weizer of Louisville are with W S VanArsdale and wife Dr and Mrs Carl Wheeler of Lexington Miss Leila Wheeler of Alabama and Miss Anna Bell Wheeler of Maysville forth a happy house party at the Emporium this month W B Wright and family have arrived at Doming N M and report that living there is as high as a cats back xHe thinks however tho climate will be of great benefit to his wife Mr and Mrs Granville PenticuiF of Knob Noster Mo are guests of Mr and Mrs E P Carpenter in the Morelan J section A frightful explosion occurred on the United States gunboat Benning ton in the bay at San Diego California As a result 76 of the crew are known to be dead and 16 others reported missing have almustcertainly perished In addition scores of men were injured more or less severely The explosion came without warning and a terrible scene was presented by tho decks of the vessel and the surrounding water after the occurrence The cause of the explosion is unknown though the boiler is said to have been thought un safe for some tjmc Commander Lucien Young a Kentuckian was on shore at the time of tho explosion The Bcnnington was launched in 1890 While the vessel did not sink it is be lieved it will have to be dismantled before repairs can be made Splitting Headache Can bo often relievedby a nerve suda live but the scientific way of treating a headache Is to go right down to Un real cause or root of the trouble awl cuto It with Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It Is tho only perfect euro for headache dizziness constipation and Is freo from the dangerous afteref fects which so frequently follow tho use of headache powders Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Ad alas Hustonville atCOc and st Mon ey back If it falls The Sultan of Turkey recently ordered 700 dresses for his wives from Paris ii p JII SIGHT IS PRICELESS You can not afford to risk your sight hy purchasing glasses frolttffItiner- ant spectacle peddler that pa es through your town If you ponce a defect in your horses eye you iinmedfatoly send for a veterinary because he SPEGTAGLESPPOPCRLY FITTED r THE 1KLENZA BATH will givo immediate relief in all cases of TIRED WEAK or INFLAMED IEYES no matter from what cause Absolutely harmless perfectly de lightful to use and always froaf has been endorsed liy thousands of professional and bujinotp man Once tried always urnl eyesWhyyou do in the case of your horse Our Dr Arnz formerly with T J Hoe it C6of Louisville is a graduate of one of the lending Optical Colleges anti our work carries tho guarantee IJof satisfaction or no pay Our DH II C W AHN55 will bo in Stanford on July 27 28 and 20at the St Asanh Hotel Examinations free whether you need or buy glasses or not A call is respectfully solicited It C W ARNZ CO Louisville Ky IOO 100 Come to DR W N CRAIG THE DRUGGIST OPTICIAN OF STANFORD KY Before Aug 7th and have your Eyes Tested free of Charge Will guarantee to fit your eyes correctly with first quality peri colic convex or concave spherical Lens Absolutely white crystal In straight temple Alumiuoid frame with case Gar 1 Oiler Aug 7th This BriceMyVEST VERIFIED and that you know is what makes a guarantee worthsosannething The White Lily Washer is something new Try one and you will wel Qome wash days Sold on trial Try oneeW H HIGGINS STAN FORD KY Hot Weather Now is the time that every f thing needs water I can put in a pump that will pump earthPwithmade Tin roofing will last longer than any roof and costs very little more See me about any kind of metal workJS H ALDRIDGZ Phone 110 Depot St Stanford Ky a a II The Interior Journal E CVAL Nnh r DEMOCRATIC TICKET V y For Senator R L HUBBLE For Repreteotntlre t J M ALVEMON Per CoXinty Judge R C WARREN For Cpupty Attorney W SBURCH i Noir Sheriff TJEFF HILL SRt For County Cleric GEORGE COOPER For Aiseifdr f WACARSON t For Superintendent Scnools GARLAND SINGLETON- ForI Jailer W L HERRIN AN important decision was handed down by Judge Thomas H Paynter of the Kentucky court of appeals Satur day He dissolved the injunction ob tained by the American National Bank of Pltducah and others restraining Au ditor linger from including in his tax assessment list certain funds invested in United States securities The court holds that if the contention of the plain tiffs was upheld national banks would be practically exempt from State coun ty or municipal taxes The decision of Judge Paynter is farreaching impor tance though the amount immediately involved only approximates 10P000 ONE thing that makes Roosevelt so popular is than he sticks to his friends through thick and thin and doesnt mindsaying the best of things about them Of his new Secretary of State he says Elihu Root is the ablest man I have known in our government service I will go furtbtr He is the grertest man that has appeared in the public life of any country in any po sition on either side of the ocean iri y ray time A REAL prohibitionist who doesnt drink himself and who doesnt wantI r anybody else to drink is entitled to a reasonable amount of respect but the political prohibitionist for revenhe only who gets away with all the booze he cant should be given the icy hand and frozen stare if he is given any sort of recognition at all says the Frankfort Journal and we cheerfully add our amen and amen Tire Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has held unanimously that it is the privilege of the wife to rule in matters domestic the duty of the husband be ing limited to providing It doesnt look like a judicial decision was nec essary in such a case The wifes rule is supreme any where she chooses to exercise it AN Indiana woman has filed suit 4against her husband asking divorce in eight years ho has caused I her to move 28 times She should get the divorce and all the alimony she can use NEWSPAPER men are as thick at Crab Orchard this week su are leaves in Val ambrosa The pencilshovers are hav ing a great time POLITICAL Former Congressman Jerry Simpson of Kansas nationally famed as Sock J less Jerryi seriously ill at Roswell NM r Daniel Lamont who was Secretary of War under President Cleveland died at Millbrook N Y his country residence after a brief illness Hon Herbert B Ktnsolving of Montgomery county will be a candi date to represent the 10th Congres uional Democracy in the next Congress Two men were arrested at Little Rock on charge of bribery and at tempted bribery of members of the grand jury which has been investigating corruption in the Legislature at its last sitting In its report the grand jury points to crookedness in primary elec tions as the source of the corruption prevalentF sent a message to the Legislature advising an overhauling of the insurance laws Of the State with a view to the prevention of evils in the business such as revealed by the scandals in the man agement of the Equitable He did not recommend a legislative investigation and a joint committee was appointed i for that purpose After a session lasting nearly an en tire day 13 out of 18 members of the Democratic County Committee of Fleming county declared John D Wyatt the regular nominee for the Legislature vice Paul Heflin The lat ter says that he has not given up the j fight but will appeal to the courts The J action of the committee in declaring Wyatt the nominee is regarded as a via tory for Judge Payntcr who IB a can didite ftrtlw United SKteii Senate 1 Joseph jTlJakins once city eaitofl of the Louisville Times ia deadat Colora do Springe- d nrea11d There Prof W L Prattler president of the Texas State University died suddenly of heat failure Henry Adams who was shot in a fight with revenue officers in letcher county died of his injuries Ctttch Powers has fixed from 2 to 7 p nt o4 fy time for the reception of visitctK m the Newport jail Lightning Jock a tree on the far of W LV Moore killing five expo cattle bcloitjrlug to 3l J Farris A handsome monument in memory of the victims of the Bennington ploslon will he erected by the people of San Diego Cal Five military convicts sawed thei way through tho Iron bars of theguard- house at Fort Wright Wash and made their escape As a result of a fight over the seces sion of Sweden from Norway two men are dying in Brooklyn while a third is seriously wounded TTo grand has been called to meet in Washington to consider evidence in connection with the scandal in the Department Agriculture The new Telephone service at June tion City begun Saturday which Mks Jennie Helm as chiof operator and Mr William Woford as manager A large force of St Louis policemen was sent to the suburban districts and 14 arrests were made on the charge of violating the Sunday closing law The funeral of 47 of the victims of the Bennington disaster was held Sun day the interment being in a common grave in the old military cemetery near San Diego Louisville and capitalists have purchased the Pallucah City Railway Company and other properties paying 1440000 It is said that thenew owners will spend between 300000 and 400000 in improvements Charges have been lodged with Au ditor Hager by the Sheriff of Clark county against State Revenue Agent A M Harrison of Lexington in regard to the method pursued in the settlement of a tax claim The Governor has ordered an investigation of the charges and Auditor Hager in consequence of the charges and the fact that the Revenue Agents bond was not renewed has declared the office va cant The Auditor hi a statement condemns the methods employed many Revenue Agents throughout the State in filing indiscriminate suits against alleged delinquent taxpayers and also disapproves the loose and Irregular methods employed in settling them MATRIMONIAL Ellwrt Hansel and Miss Julia Colyer were married at Mt Vernon The engagement of Miss Corinne BlaCklbum and Miss Grace Norman of Walton will be married at the brides home Aug 9 The groom is a son of Mr C M Jones of the Maywood section and is a most excellent young mar The prospective bride is said to be a charm- Ing young woman In its mention of the marriage the Harrodsburg Democrat says in part Judge W Con Bell is one of the ablest bestknown and most popular lawyers and politicians in Kentucky He is now judge of the circuit court in this district and has made an enviableI reputation for learning and tegrity His bride was the widow of the late Garnett Thompson and is a beautiful and exceptionally charming woman Judge and Mrs Bell will re turn in about three weeks Good Stoma oh Trouble and Constipation Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have dune me a great deal of good says C Towns of Hat Portage Ontario Canada Being a mild physio the after effects are not unpleasant and I can recommend them to all who suffer from stomach disor der For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard KyIYOUR attention is called to the ad vertlsement of the Stanford Male Female Seminary The next session begins Monday Sept4th and the pros peas for a attendance are ex ceedingly goodINOTICE Those who hitch by the month at my stable after July 1stwlllI be charged regular prices for hitching when they have more than one horse in my stable at the same time J R Beazley Prop The remains fJohn Paul Jones were transferred from Admiral Sigs bees flagship the Brooklyn to a temporary resting place ina vault on the ground of the Naval Academy at Annapolis When you want a pleasant Iqxatlve that Is easy to take and certain to ac use Chamberlains Stomach and Liveri tablets For sale by Lyna Bros Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE Handsome 12light chandelier for church Comparatively new Apply to Rev Hus tonville Ky- Arrar n the Hustonvlile fair CHURCH MATTERS Rev R B Mahony will preach at Dripping Springs Sunday morning next Rev J G Livingston will preach at Holdams Mill next Sunday at 11 A M convenItion000 offered by John D Rockefeller toward building n science hall for How and College at East Lake There was hundredsthe gut The fourth quarterly meeting of the Stanford charge will be at Stanford next Saturday and Sunday Preaching next Saturday morning at 10oclock rafter which the quarterly conference All officersof the church are expected to be present Let the trustees make the reports required by the discipline for the fourth quarterly meeting P J Ross P C IBontLot Baby Cry llrobIbo lost in giving it a small dose of Dr Calchrells LIttVo Syrup Pep sin This 4s ttib only safe laxative medicine for Hnbles nnd Chllilrtin and should always bo kept in the house It contains no injurious in grcdlcuils earl can do nothing but good Try it Sold by O L Penny Stanford cr Adams Hustonvlllo at SOc and 81 Monoy back if It falls Evin1Tenngram stating that his daugnter Mrs Ingram had sulTered a stroke of apaplexy and before reaching her she died CAHDS25 nicely printed visiting cards for 25c 50 for 35c or 100 ton SOc This office Seven persons killed and 54 injured is Chicagos automobile record so far this at New Orleans caused a loss of SSOOOO NOTICE Bee A K Grime nnd O llalnev for nil IlIprIIUIIIIIIIUfuciloii Guaranteed lioxj HUinlordKy A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Oweley Building FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I goodstnteofchllrd all Inncastrr plhcajncrvn In nifiid ow lIuenlI In tultlvntlon y nnv Kiinlfiu orclIIrd etc The luaprovemenls eOIlllt of n house of ntxroonu newly pzawred nnd In very good rlpulr CUtern ut door hMrrunt4 room outbousr nuinrrouf und In good eon dition Hplendld Htublf unit two eriliv Will sell prlrulvly J Josrx BoxCrnbOrchard- KySmall Farm For Sale I ilfxlre to sell my hunt of es ncre of land OlyoapluaHpringthe following HimlyitU by Htnlv Collage will ahowt The waiter cunkaha 1JKJ gralni lIIunIyclum hand iiiiignftliun onif culcluni curionut tnicoHOl Iron potuimlum and lithium compound Wlllovllut n tmrKitln Write to UKUlUlUJilOKK Mt 8 ilc m h- yCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court rnoldRlelnngerSale LtnrolnCircuit ulldolllllIMONDAY AUnUIiT 1ITHriott InHtanfordKy oflhdenatatlunscribed teal entutei Hltuuted in Lincoln county Ky lKnlnnlnn nt u white oak cor nerol Ulr1I ohJillttAleorn und corner of Jarvli and In line of Yunco Hmlthn cores thence with the division line Hero the Hinlth tract Iwtwecn Oust nc H UXItVI poles ton stoke In the outside and An WIIIIcU line Smith Tnrnbullt coume N M W with kutd line CUfiKU pole to u small KUin quad chettnut itunip with portiere courlle of Hmlth nnd of Alcorn 75 acre nnd of lot Nosor SIX ncrei X W 00 polc to n itnko n ridge with two white oak pointer corner to lot No4 on Cuitlnn tract thence hli line contlnIngTheiuile will be nude on il credit of ulx nljulrtItothe Cominltiloner and learlngalxpercent lnteret from date of GEO B SAUFLEV M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court IVHtlco of Wile LincolnCircuitundtnlguCOllullllllonr MONDAY AUGUST UTJI ll0S Between the hours oft and r In front of the court houto door In Htnnford nt Public outcry to tho hluheit Kfell bidder the followIng described reel eatnto In Lincoln on the- IlustonvllloandConeyMfhturn Ikerdad- Sold reul estate U thus bounded Beginning ut tliv center of the pike mane set Kouth Iut corner of the hinds of Wallace ftoode T enrJltnlr and O o Lyons thence N K line 3S poles link to atone corner J U thence N I W poles with J D Carpenters line ton tone In the center of the pike thenc with odd pike His E 1134 pole to tno beginning con tlllnlllg six act more or less The object of this aatu II to otllfy certain debts of the JlndllttlIlIIountInlof interest and costs of this action The sale will bo made on u credit of six requiredtogivegood security payable to the CoinmlHloner end bearing x per cent Interest frolR of sale and having the torte and erect duteI SAUFLEY M C L C 0 1IFor Men and Boys We have too many and trust these prices will move them i THE URFJTt In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes re duced from 395 to 350 Our 3 OO grades aryi the styles aregood and quality satisfactory Reduced to2 50 Ir 1 There duced gents t We a lot of off styles in ladies drens slippers which we selling at 5Oc for J Children for Ladies They areigood quality old styles them I think you be convinced + + + + JIIIIIIIII + + llllf+ w H J MROBERTS STANFORD I ti FOR SALE I Pure bred Herkshlro hog and Southdown Khwp AUo high grnil yearling lluck J Ii Carpenter Ky FORSALE I Hire shrlnkrr are bender blacksmith blower nxl ituapemortlclnRmachlu ruse her tire mnchlno and other looit too numerous to mention Cull on or Hd ilrem Box No Gt Maywood K- JNOTJCE Those parsonsowingtbeestateofthe late James II McKinney will greatly me by settling dune ei r earliest cOIIlnl- Ino Thowi having clnlifix ucalnct the el Into will them properly vrrlUid MIBIS JMSIKMCKJSNM AnHK NOTICE You should beforelet out sour boue carriage and roof plDtloR Pp r hanging a tpeci ltv We have of paper from three IIIIdJolbo1l6et1oftbettorid- aod can tell ton wall chap r you can steal it Estimates furuisbad 001 plication All work Bimtw A Co tomenetttrcet J S Murphy Son Hedgcville Kentucky Invite you to ln pct thf Ir stock of Rood prices TIII 1Soad or jourpaatrott nt low prices la what you wont live tlitin co- llMcKinney Woolen Mills McKInney Kentucky Manufacturers of Jeans Llnseys Klitnn l Innkettuml Yiirn Hencltu your wool We wool to exchange for work allowing he market price Hntlslnctlou Onll or write paler and Agents won- tedDripping Springs tP 0 Crab Xy This delightful old Hummer retort now pen to guests The buildings lire In good lIIpe tho wuter U Unit nnd the table flat- the Harriett Hillier b lignin In charge of kitchen whlili means good eating loaf stable nnd your horses well cured for Rote 17 per week Write to- E FISU Blt Crab Orchard Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS KcZInnoy Ky Havlni bought the McKinney Holler Mills nnd secured the services of Mr W M Dud deans an experienced miller I feet wnrriint ed ofTerlnK to a mill second to none In grinding or work of any kind The machinery Is all In good repair and the pro duct of It second to none In this sec lion Custom grinding n specialty twill also keep on hand coal of nil kinds which I will sell nt the lowest market price Hny Feed Ktc always In stock I want to buy your wheat nnd pay you the highest cash market for It J MUlllHY Ky l THE VERDICT Bcreon doors window screens and screen Ins Blue Flume WcklresUllHtovee Imctl Curtains Hhudn 1011 EAtell lon erres ttll Curtain HtretchersharpetHiretcllers Herub Vruxhes to remove water etc from by section Carpet und ptKUIng Paper Doors Window Iaper Pnlnts Varnish and Knnmels Iictures Irllllldl- IIoUldlngtMul nlOIi BuggfeetNew Oollle can name something we do not Good Liv of IIorll1 and buggies and teed excellent equipment Plenty Of horses and feed llubber Tiring donePruitt BrothersUoreland Ky t THE MANSS I You all know it t are few as good Tans and Patents re from 35O to 300 Boys Oxfords in Patents Vici Re duced from 250 to 2 Youths sizes 175 to 135 and lit= tie from 150 to 125 have chil are and 75c and the but See and will Hnstonvllle emitIf Informiitloti Orchard McKInney undertaking and from and I lOur stock of School Books Tablets I School Bags Pens Ink Slates and readyIIfor you are headquarters in this Iline r PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST I I LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Miss Maggie Culton received tlio special premium for ladies and Mr Ben Culton for gentlemen offered by LlIe Bros at the Crab Orchard Fair The ladies prize was won after a hot contest over n good liTany guessers on the last ballot We reproduce Mown Lyno Bros motto mid trade mark and Mist Cultons answer The TRADE MARK show the name of the brothers and Is n jIroofuf 1properTo popularize their now business in new biufdings with Now Stocks and Now Lines being RIMed I j T+ G Weatherford Co t fII r Aska you tocftll andyou willbe convjnceiltlmltlieyCRn leather your neetum1 r T Hits Over But VViolmvc tome good things loft from oqrSfilo things we overlooked in the rush If J u fid not got to tIle talo you will finis ninny IJcmunnts of Wash and Woolen Good 1 Q1dLata of Lnwne Suiting Haec Slippers Sliow Skirts Wnisu 6c Goods that w hui8t toll before wo bogiuto receive our Fan good Ilomoinbor there will bo plea 4 tyeof hot wcntlior yet and this i nn opportunity you should not lot slip Those wifo I i attended our Snlo my it wns it to t thorn from n moneyi aving standpoint JI WE have a new stock of pnpor that vMirvteroat New shapes am qunlHlo Penny Drug Store I PERSOKALS ale A P PvslnRPor fe very ill 1Dins JOB S Hlr is with her moth r MiW J f Mot LIRY wept up to Liv Ingiton Saturday MlS9 PKASCSB Coon is with reo Iatlvldn tho Wost EndIMRS T D HANDY anti cWklrcnipcnt geera dnsln Iuxngwn- f Huts Moui Joiixtox of Loutaville I Is vith Jltaa Minnie Straub MR W DILUON of London was f hero with his son Uuswll Dllltan Sat ANt MRS MARK HARDU are I upending a week at the King Hotel Crab Orchard 1Mn AND MRS JOE B WILLIAMS of tho Mt Salem accUon were hero shopping Saturday i t Mn BRYAN CAnrasrim of Dayton 0 Is with hla parents Mr and Mrs A Carpenter MR GEOROE II FARRIs wife and Ion George Flcece are spending thta week at Crab Orchard MR J C STUART of Rod Ash Whitley county Js visiting the home folks At Crab Orchard Miss LONNIE GOODB who has beer at Lexington with relatives some time returned home yesterday I MRS CARLO B BRITTAIN has return ed from n visit to her husband In New York Richmond Register ELD B J PINKERTON of Lexington t was here Saturday in the interest I of Camp ll1lagerman College MR E M HUTCH1N8 and wife of St Louis are with her parents Eld and Mre B J Pinkerton In Lexington f MRS J C McCLARY of Stanford Is the guest of her ton Mr S M Saufley at the Capital Hotel ankfort Jour nalMRS P M McROBBRTS is shaper T1 oning tInes Josephine Hayden and Mary McRoberts at Crab Orchard Springs this week MR SAMUEL D MITCHELL of Knox vlle spent several days with a mighty pretty girl who is here from that city her homefolks- MR WALTER B CURTIS and family of Nashville who have been with his parents Mr and Mrs William Curtis returned home Sunday MR GEO B ELLIS of the Smith Kasson Shoe Co of Cincinnati is herewith the homefolks The Queen City t seems to agree with him MR AND MRS ROBERT NUNNELLEY of Louisville and Mr G II Nunnelley of Georgetown are guests of the fam ilies of Messrs li B and P P Nun nclley MR AND MRS E P OWSLEY left yrSunday for their home at Columbus Ga Miss Mattie Hays Owsley will re main hero some time with Miss Pearl BurnsideMR II RICE of Livingston was a passenger on Saturdays Southbound train Ho had been to Lebanon after d his son Walter Rice who fell from his train and received several ugly cuts on b faceMiss LICCIE C BEAZLEY who has been matron of Hamilton College Lexington has taken a similar position with the Orphans Homo at Midway She left Saturday after spending her vacation with her many friends here MRS J B BECK gave a very delight ful hay ride to Parkers Mill in honor of her sisters Misses Beck of Stanford Mrs Dawes left Tuesday for a two weeks vacation from the exacting du ties of telephone service which she will spend with relatives at Stanford Somerset Journal BELL COUNTY has another feather to flaunt in her cap since last week when Mr W T Davis formerly vicedent of the Kentucky County Attorneys Association was selected as president I of that body Mrs J L Beasloy and son who have been the guests of S W Givens and family returned to their home in Stanford Friday morning Mlddlesboro News MR AND MRS ALEX DUDDERAR en tertained Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs T W Hamilton The guests In cluded Mr and Mrs J I Boone Mr and Mrs H Till MrsJ Greene of Mkwouri Misses Kato Vandergrift Mildred Greene Mattie Calender and TilHeUlmer Messrs Boltes E Dud 1x derar Rev Holtzclaw Journal and Mrs E- famesCourier r with the home folks ATTORNEY G B SAUFLHY Was in Nlcholasvilla yojtardjr MR J NBVIN CAUTKK went to St Lottto yMUhlay on bnsinoss ATToriNRY J W BROWN of Mt Vortton was here yoeterday MRS EMMA MAUCUU of Shdlbyvilte It the guest of Mrs James Mosser Mere MARY CRAIO HAYDBN of Paris te with hot aunt Mrs Mary Craig MR J B NRVIUS of Lancaster span Sunday with his mother here MM BARNES WBAitav Is spending fair week with tho homofolks at Hut tonvilloMR ALRERT VONGRURNIGAN c t Louisville spent several days hero with relatival Miss SARA HERRING of Marksbury has been the recent guest of Miss V Pearl Aldridge MRS IL ROWAN SAUFLEY and sister Miss Elise Jpngleman are spending the week at Dripping Springs DR T M Lewis and Mr J C Cormney both continue ill tho latteri condition being very serious Miss LOUISE ROBINSON has returned to Chicago Her little sister Cather ine Robinson accompanied her MRS F S Goocit and handsome daughter Miss Verna of Waynesburg paid thin office a pleasant call Satur dayMR CECIL WILLIAMS of Somerset passed through to Crab Orchard last night where ho will represent the Som enact Journal at the K P A meeting LOCALS ENGLEIIARDS coffees at Farris FRESH light bread three times pc week W H HIggins JUST received full line of Diamond Edge pocket cutlery Guaranteed nt Farris NoTICEPka call for your clothes as I bid Stanford farewell Aug 21 J B Middleton tailor FIVE thousand esthands are needed in South Dakota says a dispatch Stanford could furnish a hun dred or so and then have loafers to spare JOSEPH M PiiELr has been appoint ed postmaster at Vaynesburg Mr John M Johnson who has made an ex cellent postmaster sent in his resignation tome 30 days ago BRIGHT Mrs T Ben Bright died at her homo In Boyle Friday She Was a daughter of Mr Wilf N Craig and was born in Stanford Besides her husband she is survived by six children A LITTLE boy named Stephens who works for Mr David Street in the East End was kicked by a mule hero Satur day afternoon and badly hurt While no bones were broken it is feared thpt ho received internal Injuries TILE German to have been given at Crab Orchard Springs this evening has been postponed until tomorow Wed nesday evening Mr Vernon Richardson of Danville and Miss Allene Wil son of Louisville will lead it and the Immortal Saxton will furnish the music THE republican county committee met hero Saturday and after electing Mr John Edmiston committeeman in the Crab Orchard district to succeed Nix B Dillion who moved to Laurel and Albert Coffey In the place of J L Johnson in tho Kingsville section cided on a mass convention Sept 23 as- a method and date for nominating candidates for county offices INGRAM Mrs Floyd Ingramof Erin Tenn only daughter of Mr Isaac Ham ilton of this place died Sunday at her home of apoplexy She was ill only a short time and her death was quite a shock to her family nnd friends lice father arrived a few hours after her death and was denied the sad privilege ot seeing his only daughter alive lice remains reached hero yesterday on the 1230 P M tralnand were taken to Buf falo cemetery and interred after short services at the gravo by RevO M Busy Besides a devoted husband her rather brother D R Hamilton and gram was a member of the Baptist church and a consistent one was she since early childhood man ford who handles the famous Leo 61 whisky Wn are agontefor tha Pioneer wire fence call In and ae It before you buy ET lcnee d Co SAVE money allwatoh clock and jewelry repairs by consulting It Fonzel Phone 108 HUSTON fairbegins Go thq first day and youll do likewise tho second and third LOST between Turnorsvlllc and his tonvllle a Meerschaum pipe and case Rjturn to mesind get reward II G Wray Stanford TUB birthday party of Miss Virginia Mahony yesterday afternoon was a de lightful one and tho little ends enjoyed themselves hugely THE large tobacco barn of Mr S P Stagg of Fayette county was blown down by the wind of Friday and the A VAinLY good crowd attended court at Lancaster Monday but not a great deal of business was transacted A few cattle changed hands at 3 to Jo and several plug horses sold at 50 to 75 I AM sending out statement 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 flee please pay Dr Pennington R A Jones D D S THE Frank Fehr Brewing Co thro its clever agent Mr Chris V Gentry sent two barrels of beer yesterday to the Kentucky editors In session at Crab Orchard Springs Frank and Chris know pretty well what newspaper men like THE Central Kentucky Medical Sc clcty met in Danville at the Gilcher hotel with tho following physicians pres ent Drs Joshua Wesley and Stuben Godbcy Middleburg J B Kinnaird Lancaster Steele Bailey Jr and J G Carpenter Stanford Thomas Price Harrodsburg W F Hickle Hubble Jt C Bogle S Cheek Case Montgom cry Jackspn George and Rice Cowan Danville In the absence of tho femi nine president Dr Kfnnaird was elect ed chairman unanimously Dr Wesley read a highly instructive paper on Scar latina giving numerous crythcmalous aphorisms Discussed by Drs Mont gomery Price Tuckerand Carpenter each highly endorsing the paper and stating his special experience Negroes cuts and dogs being special factors in the transmission of scarlet fever and other contagious diseases Dr Price read n paper on Fractures of tho Knee Cap replete in surgical truths pathol ogy and treatment Dr Chameleon promised to be present at tho next meeting with a paper Dr Carpenter spoke on the Early Diagnosis of Ap pendicitis First Hour Surgery Saves all Cases delay ignorance and complications kill and make a high death rate These views were endorsed by tho members Dr George Cowan read a most valuable paper on tho Code of Ethics of the American Medical Asso ciation aid showed the regular pro fession had jn it charlatans andsnot agosters who resorted to politics mer chandise of religion secret orders cut rate fees and other such diabolical plans to get practice Instead of resorting to merit skill erudition wisdom and hon orable upright professional conduct to get business It was unanimously resolved that Dr Cowan give this most excel lent paper a wide circulation by pub lisping it in the Kentucky Medical Jour nal and Journal of the American Medi cal Association so it could be read by every physician in the United States Dr Carpenter presented drawings of ox bone grafting for disease of the bone reported most interesting and successful case of surgery and exhibit dug a specimen of ox bone graft of nine years duration Dr W F Hickle of of Hubble was appointed essayist for the next meeting Subject Dysentery and ho is expected to give it profes sionally and treat the case thoroughly on this august occasion Dr Kinnaird of Lancaster was made essayist in sue gery Subject Osteomyelitis and he will give a full symposeum Danville te the next place of meeting the third Thursday 19th of October Voluntary papers are especially solicited M High CottonAll indications point to the highest prices for cotton goods reached ia years The k crop is 300000 bales lots than thought and the manufacturer and wholesalers have oJ very little stock on hand Wo havo a good supply of Bleach and Brown Cottons Sheeting Shirtiiigg Au and wo are soiling them at less prices tluiii tho wholesalers will be asking in a inoifth I- iVo bought eomo months ago n large part of our Fall stock in which cotton is used in the manufacture and we nro on the ground floor and will give you as good values as you overbought ky1I theh toIbacco Crow G6 and have a good time TUB Lancaster fair was a decided suc cosa financially A dividend of from 25 to 60 per etni will be declared we are toldIcorner stone toying of the Masonic building at Crab Orchard ths afternoon at 880 TUB heavy rain of Friday afternoon did much damage to crops and pikes Several small bridges were washed away THE Hustonvillo begins tamer row Wednesday Of course you will go but you should also see that your friends do likewise Louts WIIITT will sell farm containing 70 acres one mile from Crab Orchard privately It is well Improved apd hull an excellent grist mill on It QUit good friend FJ Camp committeeibition Aug 29 30 and 31 and Sept We shall look forward to using the comps with much pleasure CARTER Mr John C Carter of Livingston aged 78 died Saturday at that place of paralysis lie was splen did old gentleman and was respected by all who knew him He was a member of the Baptist church His remains were shipped to Nashville Sunday for burial Mr J C McClary tells us IN describing the effect that cocaine has on her a Harrodsburg Negro woman prisoner said It makes me feel like I am rich then I feel like I am lousy and then I feel like raising h1 Judging from the actions of those who use the fcartul drug the Harrodsburg Negress knows whereof r sho affirms LACKEY Malcolm aged 71 died at his home near Parksville Saturday afternoon and was buried Sunday Ho is survived by four child ren all grown His wife died some three months ago Mr Lackey was a a splendid citizen and a devout mem ber Of the Christian church Mr John W Rout and wife of this place and Mr Delaney Lackey and Mrs Jane Ballew of Garrardattended the burial TO THE CITIZENS OF STANFORD On the urns tiny of August next I will Iwiwiniiil of the SyrialIoUandIwill hiivi on Lund atoll tlnu sond sit niistinnlile firUtn nil vnrlftlei of miiits in thHr nliKjiu I IIUVP luul con KldenililvrxpurUiiccIn ImmllliiK llvl dock and coiixldij uiytulf IIIutlgr or whut In stilt alilc for ImtchcrliiK u burr or thi inililli iKitroimrti and JMEH1i1El1- LEHSeashore prom fnlr dcnlliin OutingAT- LANTIC CITY Via UIP Kcvnlc CI OI Route Chosapenko Ohio Ry THURSDA AUG 3RD Through WnnhliiKtoii llnltlinorv IlilliukI iiltlii with Moportr rlvlkge returning IllurollllxlnIlNfn Winchester MtSter lliiK ulIII Morehcml goal returning until AUK lllncluMve Through trunk without Ihiuiup KIIKDK sleoplnp cur sow r of your t for full particulars or write 1V HA UN Islington K Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court lAiilivlIlHTolmvco Wnrvlioune Co Plain K Kuulconor It nl Defendants Nodes of Hui- oIurniiuit to n JuilKiuont of the Iluooln Circuit Court remleml In the iiltovn ktvleil Talon nt the Juno term acts the niulernlgil ol CoiniulMloncr of IIIIt court will on MONDAY AUQUHT HTHmC In front or thl court liOUe door InHtiinroul Ky moot 11 sell lit puhllo outcry to tilt highest HiullKU bidder till trinity or lUilcniptlon In slid to thu followliiK Ufucrlli estiatwt A tract of in ml Hltuntrd In Lincoln count Iii Maid real vntiite U iHiundvU followm lleKlnnlnu at n toiu In tin1 Htiinfora and Soniersnt turnplko and corner to John 1P Johnson thence hU line- N sly K 111110111 to n stone corner to W Ir Johnnon tlulico his llno N UU poles to n white ask In tho old lino thence with same N 01 WIIi poles to two sweet BIIIIIH corner to H Hlm8 thenlU ids lute H1J W dal tales to n tone corner to Iluvlcl films thence lie lute N arlv S9lwlrs to tin trove nllnltd pike thence with imme 7 W 25 poles to pone In the West slaw of the pike thc H 8 K 3- 1IlOlclo tho beginning containing suno TlivMiluwllltieiuiide on n crAilt of six monthiiind the purchaser will be required oglve land for the with good security payable to the Ooinnilmloner mad twurloq s x per cent Interest from IItne olldt e GEO D SAUFLEY M C K C C RCNii duction Og All Tan f i Oxfords We will give a discount of ONE I 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 cunlllNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky i Hardware Stoves Tin ware Glassware t Salt Queenawaro Wire Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 9 Opera HouseBlock opposite CourtHouse Stanford We hae 10 or 12 Cook Stoves we will close out at cost Coma nnd see us 1pDANVILLESHOE COt0 CaldIWoodson Salloof Successors to well Lanier Prors DANVILLE war KENTUCKY I Wo extend A cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends as well aa other to cull and see our magnificent line of Shoes for Men Women and Children and Furnishings for Men Style always the latest Prices always reasonable Prompt attention given mail and express orders George P Crow Salesman I Annual Sale I 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 l3 to 12 i former prices Come and get first choice Will not last long F L frkljj8 r l n Crab Qrch irdeKy o- tl The Interior Journal Entered ill the PottOffice at Stanford a Mconddan matterIrUHLISHKD TUKSUAYS AND FlUDWS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH CTWhcn not to paid 1200 will be charged le UMBRELLAS Hecorered at faaeats made almost ai good M new I fix your umbrella better than the repairers and for less money 0ra canI tttl FRANK Aisawg For Sale PrivatelyrM- ybousoaa410 acres of land situated just of town limits on the Somerset pike Homo has 7 rboms kitchen and lIer rants stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J p DAILEYI INSURANCEMfo nnd Accident NunP but the HTIlOIjOKBT Poa and BEST Iblo Rates Uimnintml Lose Iuylnsjlwo ordUnequalUtl Tnlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky lleslditice Phone No St TIle New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky wit SHUBABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Rtluinlthe1 anJ unJer entire New Management Bobtlle favorite porter meets all trains ReA JONES IDentistSTANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Phone No 1 J H IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery SerTlce at Reasonable Rates Call on nt on Depot Street Also Dealers In OoaliEll D Peyton t DEALER nIStaple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford ED CARTER Successor to Bruce Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage la solicited Hone on commission Stock Pone In Conriectlon t l1H Mueller Watchmakerand Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY This Latent In Jewelry Hllvtr IutCllnss Watches and locks in Htock HUSH HONEY DONT fiftY I nut titlll ug cnt fur Tin Victor Mollie TH Victor II so iierfivt rnlkllltf often uilstnkn for th hums ti ole toThousandsituiriorfr ot good music The Victor an Inspiration nintlor how much enterhdn went tltrre U tit botneTliu Victor always welcome You cun ut till tliiun listen to 1lehear In crowded rnrts there Is no limit to the urIaty of k ctlons This tiiiilcliU InstrunniiitwlH ent to 5ou Oan I Interest youttj and ss wiinpl nmchlnc and licnr itinlny On vxlilliltlonnt my store N W lor JWpoVHt THDH O HAU Htnnfortl Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there it so little difference in the price pt high grade ready madb suits aod a suit made to your measure taken by an ex handeomelinelow price baaineea eult to tbe finest dressI suit Spring overcoats and trou era The company I lepreeent is one of the best I also have a line IIstake unn 1ffnrthneewhonrnferit- Ir 0 BUPLEY the Tailor Ir iH Jesse W Sweeney rsoratKton Livery Fuel and Salt Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellted and cared for Up to date tilts at IOM onablo ratee Dth1 Trajjlort- a DCAL1R Wtiisk Brandu Wines Beer Clears Etc KYOloaePrompt anlpolite attentlon Nothing but the toIdrink Mall pbon cr tettgrspb orders recetr- eromptattenuon fRVO SDEBJUlfTy physicalmendToaird Iheranirely blteirt rt b ma lingfCalm Nimi vital wetnot Prmtr alepluena and older trtmblMdue to over work smokin drug DabIU ant other caiue aerruJVlMllT Iralta Errcn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u SA von BALL AT rCXKTS DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tres passing on our placer and will prosecut- violators to the full extent of tbo law Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbcch Br I VonOruenlganFred Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mottle H Ralchcnbcb Charles Gamming Jos Ballou- A 0 Dunn 9 M Holmes DaygbertyMPeter W arter J Norln Oatter J E Bruce W F Sbomilcer Thomas Ferrlli Green Ferrlli F L Oonn John B Oamenlscb Sam Trnwbrldge A D Root Charles Eosslln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Peter Balmer Mrs Kate Ador Je LoBeazley Co Undertakers and Embalms era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e teeaT Undertaker Euilalni r anti Dealer iu HartessSadtller- ySTANFORD c KENTUCKY Office Phone Homo Phone 35 THE SUCCESSFUL BALL PLAYER JCeeps Himself in Good Condition 3f tho constant u o of that Foothill licnllng remedy Inrticantnli First Aid to tho Injured All athlete tx nstJtntly subject theuisolreJ to Upilif t9 Airnlns Cuts etc whleli unless properly treated often times Interfere to u great extent with their work As a quick Mire relief for such troubles there is roiling that compares with Furacauiph It not only relieves pain quickly but heals wounds promptly and wi bout leaving ugly scars lara cauiph is endorsed by hundreds of ball players boxers bicyclists and athletes in throughout the country Americas greatest remedy Sold only iu 25c GOc and 100 bot titS fit nil good dm btores The Tara camph Co Louisville lf TJ S A FOR SALE BY W N CRAIG PharmacistSt- anford Ky 4 FARMERS DEPARTMENT NunInelleAllerton 212 dropped dead in race at Richmond Ind uI Tobacco and fruit trees were badly WoodronilandRussell Dillion had three largo hogs to die suddenly last week They show ed no signs of sickness the day before they were found dead A fine roan steer weighing about 800 pounds left my place latter part of March Will give liberal reward for his return Juke A Robinson R R No2 Stanford Ky threshingIcrop 9000 bushels The entire crop was bought by Anderson Spillman at 90 cts per bushelAdocateT- wenty five dollars extra spent in educating and grooming a horse to properly fit him for market will of ten add from 550 to x00 and some times much more than that to his sell ling value dS P Derringer Washington county lost two valuaile horses two mules anti several hogs as a result of their having eaten paris green Ho wAs us ing the poison for spraying his tobacco crop to kill worms STRAYED on STOLEN Sorrel geld ing tWoyears old 15J hands high Roman nose dark mane and tall Will give a suitable reward for nay informa then leading to his recovery J F BaileyeStanford Ky The first bale of cotton for this sea son sold at auction at the cotton ex change In Savannah Ga It was classed as a full middling nnd was bought by a local agent for a Liverpool firm for cents per pound which is a new record price for the first bale in Savannah Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates Axed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 19QJ as far as reported Richmond July 25i days Hustonville July 2G3 days Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburjf August 4 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August Ilt1 days Lawrenceburg August 154 days Liberty Aug 1U3 days daysIColumbia Aug 224 days Shelbyviile August 224 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 243 days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 294 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 Feel Impending Doom The feeling of Impending doom In the minds of many victims of Hrlghts disease and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Foleys Kidney Cure It will cure Incipient Brlghts disease and diabetes und oven In tho worst cases gives comfort and relief Slight disorders are cured in a few days I hull diabetes in Its worst form writes Marion Leo of Dunroath Intl I tried eight physicians without relief Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure nude mo a well man Pennys Drug Store J I Martin an L N brakeman j was killed by a train at Crofton a Olrectors L R Paxton J B Uwsley 8 H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter j B Foster L 0 Oooch W II mm rains W R L Ruble W II Shanks same Capital 550000 This Institution was originally as the Deposit Hank of In 198 then reorganized as the Dank of Stanford In 1885 again reorganized as tbe First National Bask of In 1882 having practically an unluter for to years U Is better supplied now with facUltl1 for transact lug business well than ever before In Its long honorable career ccennls of mud Cer Solicited Asthma Sufferers Should Know This Foloys Honey and Tat hits cured many eases of asthma that were con sidered homeless Mrs Adolph Dues Ing iOl West Third St Davenport Iowa writes ItA stvere cold contract cd 12 years ago was neglected until It finally grow Into asthma pThe best medical skill available could not give mo morn than temporary relief ID lays Honey and Tar reoonmiond ed anti 60 coat bottle entirely rue od im of asthma which hail been grow tag on mo for 12 years ff 1 had ta kon It at tho start I would have been saved years of sulTerlntf A girl was recently wooed and won in a bathing suit Tho dispatch doesnt say but wo aupposo it was before sho dipped into old ocean The average girl is not very beautiful after the dip but this ono may have been one whose physical perfections could withstand a contest with the waves Is amazing how many mothers will give their children medicines lOn taming violent and dangerous drugs for bowel and stomach disorders when bettor results with absolute safety can be obtained the use of a pure pleasant harmless remedy like Dr Caldwella laxative Syrup Pep sin Try It at once Sold by O I Penny Stanford O W Adams line tonville at fAY and M Money back If It falls Now let us abuse the Frankfort machine some more It has just added another crime to the long cata of its multiplied iniquities and of the same old sort too It has an nounced a school per capita of 325 a thing unheard of in our States his tory Courier Buy It Now Now is the time to buy Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It Is certain to be needed sooner or later and when that time comes you will need It badly you will need It quickly Buy It now It may save lifo For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard spThe Louisville and Nashville contemplates building a between the Cumberland Valley and Knoxville divis- Ion The new line willl run from afollette up Powells Valley to Cumberland Gap If built it will save the road n very long haul NEW LIVERY BUBSE ft CLABSSON Ircn JUNCTION CITY KVr- iritCUsj Turnouts at Reasonable Hale SpeCIal Attention to Traveling Men main and liar For Sato LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 50000 tucceasors to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under management continuously- for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflclal First National BankStar Stock established National and Stanford bad ruptec1 existence promptly and and Individuals Fiduciaries porctloHs was one Amazing- It by logue Willianistown cutoff STABLE Officers B 5fAr4KSFiction J B 1axtoo Vice President W BKI01ITOi We o WALKER Asst Otsblir Officers J HOOVER Prest T HAKIUS V Pres 11 McHOBEUTP Chr W D WKAKKNAsst Chi Directors F ReId Danrllle S T nards Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore HBaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford JSB Robinson Hubble In Baugbman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 Je Tate Stanford STANfORD Mflf FEMALE SEMINARY Firettcrra be ins MONDAY SKIT 4 I1I0r Our faculty is strung equipment firsUclags fiirrouiiiling comfortable college work done ou eelylege principle work accepted by the lied iu titutiuns in the State rates very rcawinable Dont rendnit to school when you have as good or better advantages nt home Address OSCAR 11 FALLIS VtmMent Stanford Ky Great Clearing SIeTh- is i sale is the beginning of n series of sates Which will give tho buy iug public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities they ever had This is not the Onlinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purcliaca lost Spring were very large the accumulation of Odds and Ends and broken lots u naturally larger than over before My unalterable rule Is not to carry any goods over from one season to another Wo inaugurate this great selling event and invite every one within a days ride of my store to come and join in the greatest of bargain feasts Toll your friends and neighbors tint Ions Slli Suits are cut to 31018 81250 Suits to 8808 810 Suits to S7J8 J8750 Suits to 8518 5 Suits to S3118 Also Youths and Boys Suits Odd Pante Dry Good Shoes hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnish ings will accordingly wswstssH I SAM ROBINSON Next Dour to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the best the market affords o IStanfordf The Gibralter of Rockcastlc County t Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Oilbre to the Pepplo a Safe and Conservative Banking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give lis your business and wo guarantee u pleasant and profitable relation Pay 8 per cent interest on all t1 of 8100 or more when left in the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months JI J W HUTGHESON Cashier o J d