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THE INTERIOR JOU NALiVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 28 1906a NO 42 6 Danvilles 6X 66 u an The great Ostrich Whirlwind will race against a race horse each day GREAT IS THE HUSTONVILLE FAIR Splendid Show of Stock People from ManY Counties Everybody En joying Himself and as Us ual Hospitality Reigns Supreme Tho Hustonville Fair may not declare u big dividend and probably nonu nt nil but the promoters of the laudable enterprise will have the satisfaction of knowing that they gave the best nnd cleanest fair held in Central Kentucky for u longtime Wo congratulate the officers und directors for their good Work and the whole West End for the magnificent manner the fair guests were cared for Following arc the awnnb of Wednesday and yesterday FIRST nAY 1 lust Southdown Buck any age 1000 J G Irvine premium Co S Lyon certificate 2 Best Ewe any age S 7 5 J G Irvine premium C S Lyon certificate 3 Best Buck lamb under one year Pair Blankets 7 60 C S lyun premium W Hanson certificate I 4 Best ewe lamb under one year 500- J G Irvine promlum C S Lyon certificatetlo James Plckett Trlbble premium S G Goodo certificate 6 Best mare colt 10 00 D S Carpenter prom H S Powell certificate 7 Beat mare and col 510 00 C C Carpenter premium M G Wclscgcr cert 8 Best saddle gelding any altO flu 00 Dodd Si Bohon premium W S Drye certificate 9 nest saddle mare any age 515 w Blcdaoe Bailey premium W S Die certificate 10 Best jack under 2 years 10 00 J C Held premium and certificate 15 0011 BesC jack any ago Logan Hubble premium J 0 Reid Certificate 12 Best jennet any ago 1000 Didnt fill 13 Beat Shetland pony Ui 00 Allen Edllcn premium Carroll Held Allen certificate 14 Best boy rider under 10 years on Shetland pony 00 Carroll Reid Allen premium Allen fcxlilon certificate 15 Best boy rider under 14 yrs 7 60 Didnt nil 1C Btst mare and mule colL 10 00 Logan Hubble premium A B Me Kinney certificate 17 Best brood mare 10 00 James Pickctt Tribble premium Ix pan Hubble certificateI18 Best A B Brown premium A B Mc Kinney certificate 19 heat mule colt either sex by E H Powells jack Season 1900 10 00 E B Powell premium Dink Jar man certificate 20 Best mare mule colt 10 00 k y A B McKlnney premium A B Brown certificate 21 Best horse mule colt i 10 00 VI A Spragins premium Dink Jar man certificate 22 Best mare mule any age ago con tilderllM 20 00 B F Slavin premium Harris Woods certificate t i 23 Best horse mule any age age considered 51500 John Buster premium Henry lies certificatec of mules owned by sumo party 51500 B F Slavin premium Harris Woods certificate 25 Best mule colt either sex by Ba laam season 1906 Ui 00 q t Didnt fill 2G Ladles Harnessing Ring hut trimmed to order 10 00 Mrs M M VanArsdale premium Mrs M M Sandldge certificate 27 Best double team speed stylo du rability and soundness considered AI regardless of sex or ownership- 52500 I C James premium Sloan East land certificate SECOND DAY 33 Best bullcalf underoneyear 10 00 T L Carpenter premium and certl floaterj 29 Best bull calf 1 year and under 2 1000 r L Carpenter premium and ccrti ficnte 10 Jest bull uny age 1C 00 T L Carpenter premium and certi ficate 31 Best heifer calf under year 7 50 T L Carpenter premium nnd ccrtl- ficnte 32 Best heifer calf year and under 2 1000 T L Carpenter premium and certi Scale 33 Boat cow nny ago 15 00 T L Carpenter premium nnd certi Skate 34 Best fatted bullock 2 years a- ntover2011W G Cowan premium nnd certifi rate 35 Best saddle mare or gelding any ngor 20 00 C T Sandldge premium Dodd d Bohon certificate 30 Best saddle stallion any age 20 00 Roy Beazley premium Mack Hughes certificate 37 Best New i York saddle marc or gelding 2J OC M G Weisegcr premium Bonta d Eastlandcertificate 3S Best pale mares orgeldlngs 20 00 ft E Goddard premium Bontn d Eastland certificate 39 Best roadster mare or gelding 2500 Bonta Eastland premium It E 40 COMld1eratlons M G Wclstger and Miss Julia Stagg premium John Buster and Miss Nora Sheppard certificate 41 Best colt either Hex by D rs- cyGnUldust20 00 S G Goode premium and certificate 42 Best mule year old and under 2 either sox 10 00 S T Harris premium Embry Bros certificate 43 Best mule 2 years old and under 3 eithersox 10 00 H B Woods premium S T liar ris certificate 44 Best colt either sexby Preston 1500 H B Ferrlll premium and certifi cate 45 Best colt either slx by Dignity Dare season of 00 25 00 Smith Powell premium C C Carpenter certificate 46 Best colt either sex by Gallon 10 to 1st 6 to 2nd 1500 Leo McGill premium Hall Anderson certincate 47 Best stallion mare or guiding 1 year and under 2 15 00 Mack Hughes prem and cert 48 Best mure 2 years old and under 31 15 L K Rogers prem Banta East landcert 40 Best mare tt years old and under 4 MIi00 Sloan Eastlaml prem II C Engle man cert 50 nest ware 4 years old and over 20 00 C C Carpenter prem Sloan East and cert 61 Best gelding 4 years old and over 2000u M G Welsigcr prem It E God dard cert 62 Best stnjllon or gelding 2 years old and under 3 15 00 Smith Powell prem It S Scudder cert 53 Best gelding 3 years old and under 4 15 00 S M Owens prem nnd cert 54 Best stallion 3 years old and under 4A 20 00 C T Sandldge prem Mack Hughes certificate 55 Best stallion 4 yrs and over 20 00 D S Carpenter prem Green Fca tel cert 56 Best saddle stallion mare or geld ing 75 00 Mack Hughes prom toy Uealey cert C T Bohon 3rd 57 Best stallion mare or gelding SiTOO Sloan Eastland prem John Buster cert L C James 3rd- UINGLB18 HJ Hocker of Danville is on hand Mr J H Morris of Midway is with Mr T L Carpenter t Paul Drye and wife are up from Leb anou taking in the fair V Rodney Keenon of Harrodsburg is at the fair J 0 Bogie of Gnrrnrd was at the fair yesterday W J S rove of Bradfordsvillc was there yesterday HarryCamnltz and It K Young of Columbia are nt the fair Miss Nora Sheppard of Somerset is with Mrs Sam M Owens George B Dlnwiddic is over from Midway nttending the fair All stores close aL oclock und ev erybody takes in the fair Miss Thco Kokondolpher of Nelson is with Miss Edna Baughman Mr Henry L Garten nnd Wife of Bradfordsvillc are at the fair Miss Mary Hunter of Winchester Is with the Misses Cunninghamr NiIsb Mr Ed Hopper of Covington Is with his Infighter Miss Camille Hopper Mrs George L Graham of Lebanon is with her parents during the fair Georg W Pulliam of the Somerset Mountaineer was at the fair yesterday Misses Clara and Frances Cooper of Stanford are with West End friends It L Hubble the next State Senator from this district was n visitor Wed nesdayMrs Addle Shaw and grandchildren of Louisville are with friends at Hus tontflle Olympian Springs water pn ice or rather off of ice can he obtained on the Stelfa Weddle Delia Mender and Clyde Waddle of Somerset are at the Calr- Cruwford Bussing and Mr and Mrs Oscar Vermillion of Somerset are up to the fair Mr John B Coffey and wife of Co lumbia are attcndingtho fair and vis iting friends at Hustonville George C Goode wife and two child ren of Covington are with the old folks at homo during the fair Misses Etta Hudson and Belle Wilk inon of Liberty accompanied Mr Joe P Wilkinson to tho fair yesterday- No gambling this year The people who opposed the fair because of too much sport should give the enterprise their hearty support this year Storms Military Band is discoursing the sweetest of music nnd an abun dance of It The soprano solos by Mr Herbert Cox are a feature of the fair Hats off to President Cowan Secre tary Owens Assistant Secretary Reid Treasurer J H Hocker They are tho best officers over Same to tho direc torsThe following young people are with Miss Mnncie Ware Misses Alma Rice of Richmond und Stella Weddlc of Somerset and Mr Charles Rice of IL J McKoberts of this place nnd E G Baugh of Highland wore at Hustonvillo yesterday for their first time They have lived in Lincoln all of their lives The hitchingup ring was the most enjoyable of Wednesdays program Mrs M M VnnArsdalo defeated lilrs M Mi Sandidge but well wager there isnt another woman in tho county who can beat her Misses Florence Spragens has aa her guests Misses Margaret Rice of Rich mond Mary Vallandingham of Car rollton Vallaee of Louisville Stella DryeITODAYS PROGRAM 58 Best mare 4 years and over 20 00 69 Best mare 2 years old and under 3 10 00 Best mare 3 years old and under 4 15 00 61 Best stallion mare or gelding one year old anti Under 2 10 00 62 Best stallion or gelding 4 years old and over 120 00 03 Best stallion or gelding 3 years old and under 4 15 00 61 Rest stallion or gelding two years and under 8 15 00 65 Best stallion any ago 25 00 60 Best phaeton pony under 16 hands r 10 00 67 Best fancy turnoutteam Considerations vehicle team and occupants 15 00 68 Best rockaway mare or gelding 1000- C9 Best Shetland pony either sex to be driven by boy or girl under 12 years 10 00 70 Fanciest Shetland pony turnout to be driven and under 12 1yrseltJiersmgleordouble lOOO I 71 Best pair of ponies under 14b hands high 1250 72 Best stable of horses owned or handled by one party four or moro horses16 00 73 Best walking stallion mare or gelding 20 00 74 Fancy saddle mare or gelding 2500 75 Model stallion mare or gelding re gardless of age 10 00 70 Best mornor gelding any age 2500 77 Rest stalllonmarc or gelding any age speed style endurance nnd- soundness considered 75 00- PREACHERSVILLE IMrs J M Cress has beans over 12 inches long and an inch wide John Anderson has bought a fine talk ing machine and had 50odd visitors the other dny- Emmett lIerndons tobacco was very badly damaged by the wind and rain storm of last Friday Nearly an acre was overflowed and Is a total loss James Hutchins of Gilberts Creek familiarly known as Big Jim was taken suddenly ill Friday nnd died Sun day night at 8 oclock He once lived here and was a hard working man and good citizen His remains were laid to rest in 1reachersvillo cemetery Monday after short services The trustees of the Preochcrsville school have gotten out of their lethargic state and now have off their coats sleeves rolled up and are waiting for the word to pitch In Mr Coldiron whole a preacher hits been employed and beI1Iccschool after all Miss Edith Cress of Livingston and Mrs E J Brown and family of Star Lord visited at J M Cress nnd were also guests of Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson Misses Olga and Ida Cum- mins nave as their guest Miss Laura Cummins of Kansas City Kan Hobart Cress of Monticello visited his uncle J M Cress W C Cummins nnd wife visited at Cedar Creek J H Thompson bought a nice four yearold gelding from H Osborne at n fancy price Foley Elmore Holtz claw bought two carloads of sheep in the mountains Perry Ballard and J H Thompson bought 100 sheep in Pu laski at 3 J D Horton sold two cribs of corn to B D Holtzclaw at 295 J H Thompson sold a horse to Richard Pettus Jr for 100 and Bold to anoth er party two sows nnd pigs for 15 J M Cress bought a good pair of mules in Rockcnstlo for 230 Dripping Springs We have a large crowti at Dripping Springs for nil ofJuly and engagements made for August and September People made well in former times return to natures blessed restorer of health the dripping sparkling dashing splash Ing spring and drink that they may keep well and live to extreme old age by sojournl ng here from two to four weeks every summer No better place to meet old friends talk over the joys and successes of the past and make glowing anticipations of the future Friends countrymen invalids come here and drink the cool palatable wa ter that flows from the mountaifl side Get and keep health and thereby have continuous wealth The air is balmy full of sunshine nnd shade in the right place at the right time to bo most enjoyable My heavens tho water tastes so good so purifying to liver kidneys stomach alimentary canal nervous sys tem und blood How can you stay away any longer The table Is loaded with the best eatables superintended by Mrs Fisher who excels Seelbnchln the culinary department The best place to rest the most quiet and best place to get well Tho birds sing beautifully and harmoniously the mountain flowers a variegated panorama that gives rest and pleasure to cars and eyes tho mountain scenery the broad and fertile valley the giant oaks symetrical and picturesque sugar trees all say woN come welcome welcome I Tho charges arc low and reasonable Mr Fisherhas a livery accommodation He looks feels well but never fat or fatly- J wellI G When you want a pleasant laxative that Is easy to takE and certain to act Chamberlains Stomach and LITer tablets For sale by Lyno Bros CrabOrchardKy u ioo 100 Come to DR W N CRAIGk THE DRUGGIST OPTICIAN OF STANFORD KY Before Aug 7th and have your Eyes Tested free of ChargeW- ill guarantee to fit your eyes correctly with first quality periscopio con vex or concave spherical Lens Absolutely white crystal In straight tern pie Aluminoid frame with case for SI Offer good till Aug 7th This is a noncorosive frame as durable ni gold and well worth twice tho price My patients have the privilege of coming back at any time and having tho TEST VERIFIED and that you know is what makes a guarantee worth something The White LilyWasher is something new Try one and you will wel come wash days Sold on trial Try one I I W H HIGGINS ISTANFORD KY n Stocks To popularize their stew business in Stow buildings with New and New Lines being added I G Weatherford Co l HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will bg convinced that they can leather your iiestum ec Hot Weather c 1 Now is the time that every thing needs water 1 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 5 H ALDRIDGE Phone 118 Depot St Stanford Ky- wit i r aThe Interior Journal j E C WALT- ONDEMOCRATIC I TICKET for Senator t R L HUBBLE For Representative J M ALVERSON for Conrity Judge R C WARREN For County Attorney AjW S BURCH F6r Sheriffv 4TKKlEFF HILL SR l FdrCountlOlerg- GEORGEJ B COOPER For Avsestr J W A CARSON For fcuptrlnUn Jent of Fehools JGARLAND SINGLETON Jolter t HERRIN fwdeath of Daniel Lamont at Nil fTIlE N Y recalls the rapid rise of a man in life Ho was a poor news paper man when President Cleveland made him his private secretary hi 1885 f He filled the place with such signal ability that when Mr Cleveland was elected the second time he made himI Secretary of war At the time of his death Mr Lamont was vice president of the Northern Pacific Railway and a director and trustee in many railroad and financial corporations lie leaves a widow and two daughters SENATOR MITCHELL of Oregon cbn victed of using his office of United States Senator to further the law prac tice of the firm of Mitchell Tanner was sentenced to pay a fine of 1000 and six months penal servitude Pend ing a review of the case by the supreme court of the United States execution of the sentence will be deferred In the meantime Mitchell will be placed under bail to the amount of 2000 Pretty tough on a member of the greatest deliberative body on earth i r TilE Empress of Russia spends 10 000 a year on perfumes pastes soaps and toilet waters which she has sent to her exclusively from the French capital Evidently the empress has an impression that she is not naturally as sweet as the attar of roses 1 POLITICAL Secretary Taft and his party were given a regular FourthofJuly wel by the Japs at Yohohoma Itcome Bill Sweeney of Lebanon has chosen by Col C M Barnett Surveyor of the Port to succeed Sid ney J Snook as chief deputy Smarting under the excoriation of i the Rev Mr Shaw concerning the en forcing of the cigarette law Gov Hanly of Indiana invited the secretary of the AntiCigarette League to a conk ference Mr Shaw says he will pre j sent himself to the Chief Executive though he has nothing to retract i i It is claimed that there is more cigar ette smoking now than before the en actment of the prohibition measure in Indiana Secretary Shaw of the Anti Cigarette League in a bitter arraign t ment of Gov Hanly for alleged failure r to enforce the law says that the tobacco trust must be highly pleased at the Governors policy The democratic executive committee of Franklin county decided the Taylor Johnson legislative contest in favor of the contestee The action was by a unanimous vote and is that the old committee very properly gave the cer tificate of nomination to Mr Johnson The real fight was between Paynterand Blackburn and the result of the contest is a victory for Judge Paynter Inspector Henry A Hines in a re port made to Gov Beckham on information furnished by Floyd Day of the SwannDay Lumber Company sets forth that A M Harrison revenue agent for the State at large mulcted i that concern out of 1520 This moneyI t it is alleged was paid to Edward OderI of Lexington who claimed to be acting as the agent of Harrison Inspector t Hines is working up other alleged cas CSt and is said that developments involving one of the most prominent men 1inthe State may be shortly expected Here and ThereI 1Thelist of the dead of the Benning numbers 62 t More violence has occurred as are suIt of the teamsters strike at Chicago At Union Hall Va United States Deputy Marshal Z T Wade was shot and killed by a Negro moonshiner Ex State Senator W E Finch of Somerset Ohio and his wife were kill ed by a natural gas explosion at their x homeThe Delmar Jockey Club filed suit in the St Louis Circuit Court for 25000 damages against Gov Joseph W Folk IIthemembers of the St Louis Board oft Police Commissioners and Chief of Police Kiely alleging trespass The suit is based on the raid of the city police force at Delmar The truck is located in St Loui county and the plaintiffs deny the authority of the city t 1police in the county jurisdiction u NEWS NOTES The Swedish cabinet has resigned Nino thousand workmen at Warsaw Poland went on a strike The strike of 700 miners m the Sag flaw Mich district was settled Paul Morton was elected president of the Equitable Life Assurance So cietyFour trainmen were killed in a wreck on tho Central of Georgia railway at thousand armor plate workers are out in Italy and a general strikei- B feared Jordan Butram a young married man was crushed to death while loadinglogs atMayfieldOtto ler a cotton broker reputed to be wealthy committed sui ride in a New York hotel Two hundred of the best marksmen of the United States army are gathered at Chicago for tho annual rifle con testsBy e a decisive vote the striking woodworkers of Chicago killed a proposition to abandon their fight for higher wages J W Lockwood who was president of a bank which failed at Orange Va u11bezzlementThe Kentucky and Tennessee Retail permaIselectedas Zimmermln1ofBradford as president of the Chicago Cincinnati and Louisville railroad Twin children seven years old of Levi Titus of Braddock Pa were burned to death in their home as the result of a gasoline stove explosion The Iroquois Club of Chicago has taken the initial step toward a sweep everylargetryThe cornerstono of the new Ken tucky Wesleyan College building at Winchester was laid Monday Bishop Candler of Georgia delivered the principal address The Swedish Cabinet has resigned The special committee appointed by the Riksdag to consider the Norwegian situation has made its report Itoppos es any threatening action toward Nor wayThe Memphis Tenn board of health decided not to establish a quarantine against New Orleans Precautionary measures however will be taken to prevent suspected cases ofyellow fever from entering there At St Louis Robert Corbett and V Clarkof Springfield Ky supposed hoboes convicted of vagrancy sur prised the court by paying their fines with a 50 check drawn by Corbett on the First National Bank of Spring fieldAt the breakfast table Martin Con roy of Lawrenceburg Ind told his mother that he had dreamed of killed by railroad cars He beingI house and a few moments later was run d9wn by a work train and instant ly killed Ill feeling of long standing between two Wolfe county halfbrothers George Banks and Newton Taulbee resulted In Banks sending a bullet through Taul bees brain killing him instantly The men met in the public road near the home of Banks who at once opened fire Six deaths from yellow fever were reported at New Orleans making a totalof 42 deaths Eleven new cases were reported making a total of 165 The organization of forces for fighting the spread of the disease has been completed and several hundred men are engaged in the work of sanitation Aimar Sato official spokesman for the Japanese peace mission said in New York that Japan would ask a moderate indemnity of Russia and pat he believed peace would be successfully negotiated In discussing the socalled yellow peril Mr Sato said Japan would not have the Philippine Islands as a gift even though a bonus accompanied the gift He declared that Japans one idea was to maintain the open door A convention attended by delegates from 65 of the 66 municipalities in Porto Rico met in San Juan for the purpose memorializing Congress to amend tho scheme of government for the island The chief complaint seems to be that too much power is vested in the Executive Council members of which are appointed by the President of the United States and who come to the island ignorant of its customs of the conditions that prevail and of the needs of the people Good for Stomach Trouble and Constipation Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have dune mo a great deal of good says C Towns of Rat Portage Ontario Canada Being a mild physio the after effects are not unpleasant and I can recommend them to all who suffer from stomach disorder It For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Its unfortunate said Uncle Eben data man doan feel as much like swellin up an gittin proud over a good days work as he does oven winnin bet on de race Washington Star ih IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES j Casey county will vote on free turnpikes at the November election Mrs Alex Steele is dead in Mercer as the result of a stroke of paralysis Contracts were let for the reconstruc tion of the Tgnthstreet Union station at Louisvllld The work will cost 200 000 and will be completed by December 1 Judge Faulkner In his charge to tho Knox county grand jury sprung a surprise by his Instructions regarding elec tlops saying that if there was a man on the jury who had bought votes in an election in Knox county let hint stand aside He also charged that the law had been grossly violated in the past but that it was his intention to enforce the law as he understood it The Diamond Cure The latest now from Paris in that thoy have discovered u diamond euro for consumption Jf you tear con sumption or pneumonia it will how over Ixr best for you to take belt great remedy mqnttomal by W T Mo Gee of Vnnleor Toon H 1 had u cough for 14 years NpflMoR holpwi me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Cold which gave Instant rolkf and effected a permanent euro Unequalled quick euro for Throai and Lqug Troubles At G L 1dnnys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard price Mo and ell guaranteed Trial bottle freo A girl of 15 gets up in the morning cats her breakfast which her mother has prepared goes up stairs and takes care of her room and then goes down town sometimes taking two hours to buy a spool of thread She eats dinner which her mother has prepared wears clothes her mother has made spends the afternoon reading story books or gadding with her friends eats supper her mother has prepared and spends the evening with her girl friends She has done nothing wicked all day and her mother is satisfied she is bnnging her up right But Isshe1Ex Forced To starve B F Leek of Concord Ky saysI For 20 years I suffered agonies wltllI a sole on my upper lip so painful sometimes that 1 could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Buckleas Arnica Salve Its great for burns outs and wounds At G L Pennys Stanford Lyne Brow Crab Orchard Only 2xi Memphis will not quarantine against New Orleans but will take conservative precautionary measures NOTICE Hov A K flrlmei mid C la no for ell klmliof cllrJX IrHunglng Hoof Inlniingn4xrlnlty Hut lifiiullon iuaruiitciU iSSHtuiilonlKy A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcltoberte Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I i Harm coutnlnv 04 nrriH of land In uixxl toil of eiilllviitloii 2 mllon trout Omit Or hnnlonlatncustcrplk2aucreaVu inciiil owiunen1 In ollhlItloli 2 lint rehnnlete Thl huprovrtuentatunslet houwefu sixroonlsnrt lypnlwnvl nod lu very good n mlr IHttvrn nt door Hrrvnitts amt outhouM s nil miTUiiH tune In good con illtlon Mplemlldhlblcniittwo erlhrtVIIII- IIw privately Mica JOXKM Box CrnbOrchurd Ky DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE PRIVATELYI I will sell jirlviitfly my rvsMrner In Htun ford on fJunvillc AWIIIKS cotwUtlnii or nine room t holes exurbia little until room clolII elll1rK nlle with concrete IIIJor IIIIlI sides with lock t lout thflvfU oil Mlectrlr Ices through till house Wuter In kitchen and hath room Allnircegsiiryoiitlmtlillnui j Burn with tongue nnil grooved lot floor maw shill corn crib ellrrlllg Louse under out roof loud nardrii Allkntws In xl repair roinw slon Oct ltu- M104MAItY I III ItPIIHUlnfonlK- yCONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inilde facts soon become evident In outside yuiptomi UK G O GREEN grime aid of scientific inventions J8 not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by Anyone of average in telligt nce There is no disease known that gives so warnings of its approach as no serious diseaseconsumptiontaud reached and checked- if the medicine used is Dr Boschees German Syrup which is made to cure consumption flIt in the early stages tlat German Syrup should be warnings are in the cough that wont the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the weakening of the lungs ac companied by frequent expectoration H But no matter how your even if dread consumption alreadyattacked your lungs German Syrup surely effect a cureas it hat done before in thousands of apparently hopeless caSes of lung trouble JNew bottles 25c Regular size 75C At all druggist a For Sale at Pennys Drug Store a a rJI I i Aw S OE1PIttr For Men and Boys We have too many and trust these pricesa will move them THE URFIT In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes reduced from 395 to 350 Our 3 OO grades and the styles aregobd and quality satisfac- toiy Reduced to 2 50 1 There good Boys gents We a off styles ladies drens slippers which we selling at SOc for Children for Ladies They good but old styles we it think you be cpnvinced j ++ + + + IIIIHIIU +H J MROBERTS STANPCJRD Latatl I j FOR SALE 1 Iur tirvtl b rltthlr hog and Mnuthduwn Also high itrndv yenning Muck MlxlrponDrllustunvlltu Ky Small Farm For SaleII dinlrn to sell III farm of to yards from Frank HMiu olympian Hirini iinmii IIn well of ndnernlwnter- as the follow Inn ontulf1ICollrRr or will show Ths wnttr grouts solid mutter per Kullon confuting mum hUlitmU of cMtlinnoiil j chunnndamgarstunrsotaecnicltun cnrtu nut trnnor Iron lithium roinimuiuU Will wllnt n Iximiln Write HIlKHto IKOHdK Mt Halem- KyNOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carriage and root piloting Paper banging a We paper from three leading house or the world and can tell you wall pp r obeaper ban you co Iteallt Estimate furnished on ap- pllcaloc An work guaranteed BEU k Co tOlllerset street J S+ Murphy Son Hedge villc Kentucky Invite you to luipoct their stock of good n sllnrr of acxxisuiloWtprleest1sMlbttl jlOI1 youlwnnt- tilelll it e1tt McKinney Woolen Mills McKInnoy Kentucky Mnnuhtcturersof JIIID LnseyFlnnnd lllanUitH nnil Ynrn UI our wool We take wool In vxchniiite for work nllowlnu tin niinri nt d- rnll or writs for prles and Agents wnntetl Dripping Springs P 0 Crab dellghtfuloldflulnmlerresort U now eutluest Thu Intthu tint hnl 1lIn IIIId table tlnss ILIrrJet1MOlturIsngalnhl chnr8 of till kitchen wldeh urenns eating Hood tnhlt und horns s wall cured lor Hiitw J7 IHT week Writ to K KJHIIKIl Crab Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS KcEinnBy Ky JIuvltiKlioUKlittlioMcKliinuy Holler Mllli std secured the W Dud Irrnr nn miller l fret wnrrant eil otTerlliK to the u mIll Maonil to nono in urlndlnif or work ofnuykind The machinery tit In goal repair mud the pro tort of It second to none In this sec tlon Ctutom grinding u prdIIty I will Ilse keep on lmund of all klllh whlth lit the luwret murklt price Jim- my41htrnlwnInstock I want to buy your wheiit arid lilY you OIo Idghcst cunli for JHMUKIMIY McKlnmyKy THE VERDICT I Hcnsltdnorswindow scnvntsnnd tcrucn Illg Ilhte Flunte Oil Htoves Lace Ourtnln Hlmdes Poles xtluloll Ilrnck et Rugs Mnttlng 1ortlerres- lurinntstretchers rptHtrIJIOhlr Heruh IraIlet to rHIIOO wntur etc trout Door hy- 1I10lon tJllnltt and IllIladlng Paper Door Willdow Paper llIlnh rnllhI- Ilnlllll nllli onnllllll IIcturea Iorllmd Moulding Matliluss llIlgllNew and Old Jlurnlture Oeme see you ens not Hood Uvname Horses stud Imgglei unit fern Kxcollunt undertaking Plenty of horwi nnd fei d Tiring dono Pruitt Brothersdoreland Iii t f Directors J J j THE MANSS l You knowit few as Tans and from 350 too300 4 and Vici Reduced J from 250 2 sizes i 175 to 135 and t from 150 to 125 have and chil and 75c and the r quality See them and will rtntlifnctlon Informntlon Orchard qty- Tlds equipment m lOur stock School BooksTablets- I School Bags Pens Ink Slates and I kinds School Supplies is ready Ifor you We headquarters this r line rJi mIPENNYS DRUG STORE m Stanford Kentucky o First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 950000 This Inttitatlon was originally established ai the Deposit flank of Stanford In USI then reorganized as tbe National Rank ot In 1665 and again reorffanlted ai the Pint National Baik of la I88J bad practlcallrao uninter existence 41 year It li better supplied now with for promptly and well then ever before In its long and honorable Cuter Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poratlons Solicited n B Paxton B n Shank woOeo W outer Foster L 0 Oooch WII Cummins W n shanks all are in to lit lot of in are are Orchard of all of are in Stanford having rupted factlltlea transact Owiley Walker tie Stanford t 3 t HOOKEK Prtit8 T HARBII V Pies J J McnOBERTB Obr W H WEARENAit Cbr Dlnotors ylJleIIJJJ Becker Staatord K L Tanner II D Elmore Stanford II Baughman Stanford T P fill Jaf StaotordfI StanfordJ0 E Tate Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK n I CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO t j IIrlKbLn Patents reduced Oxfords Patents Youths from Officers Successors to The Farmer Rank A Trust Company and under tame management contlnnonily for 3d years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers B SHANKS President J B PaxtonVice W U BRIGHT Cashier jWi O NALKBRt Attt Oaibltr STANfORD MALt FEMALE SOflMRY First term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1005 Our faculty is strong equipment fir tcJll8 surroundings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by the best institutions in the State rates very Dont eend off to school when you have as good or better advantages at home Address OSOAR B FAL IS President Stanford Ky r All 70o lnnoy Silks nt 490 Afi81i flOr silks ot ti9c- f I 20Lich White Hnbutni lioc 27 inch While llubutai 50c f viliflfi rind 25c vruh goodn only 10o Sirfc 18 in Black Corsets l5c UuTjiriceg on nil Black and ion Slippers put it prices on Men Summer weight Shoos 11Ir BoI Oe 1Vrnish onll88c i I I t IctY 2R 190tjI wb have n nov stock of box MP ers will jnturost you Now shnl and qualities Pennys Drug jrtiljff AU4 MH aiioN Is with frond ravcl Switch vHML HP CllHRT i f Lou IIvlllo is Therewith friends ANNA RYAN of Danville IAi WlufHe Mttsos Murphy U C W AIIRUlls back from to Louisville Mtt AND MRS W J ASTON spent scrap days In Cincinnati hill J M McCAUTY of KJngvlll wait up to Whitley Tuesday fionnrtT COFKBY of Lebanon June tron is with isle patents here jijS T H YOUNG of Lawrence burg Is with Mrs So L Uurdett Miss MARY HOLTZCLAW of Missouri is with her aunt Mrs Will Stone MlBSTftVlS CAIIIBNTBR ifl Visiting MlM Mollio Brooks at Crab Orchard Miuj C E POWBLL of Lexington it the guest of Mrs W G Withers Miss MATTIB SACKAY spent several days with Miss Maggie Sacray in Dan HlOQiNH WOODS ii over from Clncln natl with his mother Mrs Adelia J Eo LYNN of Lincoln Is visit o Ing her daughter Mrs Logan Wood Advocate w MRWALTFil HorrKR Is assisting In the clerical department or J II Baugh man Gos mill Mn R A STONK of Somerset was here Tuesday returning from a visit to his old homo at Lancaster MtssRS PeARL AND CLARA COLUKH and Lottie Mitchell of Crab Orchard pent yesterday with Miss Marie Mahony MRSAU c LACKBY wife and child with his fathren of Harrodsburg are er Hon G A Lackey and other rela tlvice here r w I MR S IJUKCII BUCHANAN of Crab Orchard who suffered n slight paralyt I Ic stroke Tuesday is some butter we are glad to state MR JOHN GinsoN and wife of Pulas r ki are visiting relatives In this section Mr Gibson is one of the sturdy farm ers of his county and n substantial Rood t the MR Shelby City gone Rockbridgo Alum Springs Va for a months stay Mr Tevfs has been in l t poor health for some time and his frlenl1shopo tho water of that noted summerreaort will be of great benefit Ho him if 4 ENftLEHAHDa coffees at Farris 3 4 WANTED 25 or 30 cattle to graze LI i jVNunnelley q fplyrr received full lino of Diamond Edge pocket cutlery Guaranteed at JFarris i coal Glen Mary and Jellico coil See me before you buy W S f 0 NOTICE Please call for your clothes as I bid Stanford farewell Aug 21 J 6 Mlddleton tailor Set how Cummins McCiary have reduced the price of all their Low Cut Ir Shoes Now is tho time to buy Read i thelr Jn lUuaiiMAN Co have receiv ed a now 100horao power engine which f theywill put in ua soon as they find time They installed a new boiler lost year TREASURER W MASON Mouuis Sii of the Crab Fair Racing As 0 sbclatlon tells ua that ho thinks the association will declare a small dividend rhls year We hope it will and that next years exhibition will bo even bet ter than those in tho past t ELD JOSEPH BALLOU suggests that ti while Depot Street Is being widened that it also be extended to the street through Mtcksvllle This could be done and it wouldsmallexpenseat a very proves great convenience to the residents ot the Danville pike who sell their wheat and other products to Stan ford buyers r j Low coat between halls Cap and Stanford Reward 0 H FnllisV W 0 SlHKU Is thu only man in Stan ford who handle tho famous 1V6 tiP Em broiderod Recta JAf opened John P Jones WB nro goals for the Pioneer wiro fonoo call in and see it before you buy K T Pence ti Co money for all watch clock find repairs by consulting R Fenzel Phono 163 MR W RORNIIAU has bought of Mr T W Hutchison hit house and lot on Knob Lick pike for SCO ANOTHRII big shipment of and hOc goods just received Dont miss them coma atonce John P Jones LOST or misplaced u Universal Dictionary Vol No 2 Leave nt this of flee and receive reasonable rewanl Tim L N offers a rate of 1790 for the roundtrip to Atlantic City AUR 17 Tickets Rood returning 12 days rif ter sale FonSAU Hnndsome 12lIght chan deller for church Comparatively now Apply to Hev George W Mills Hus tonville Ky LOST between Turncrsville and Hus tonville a Meerschaum pipe and case Return to mo and get reward II C Wrny Stanford WB hear it has been decided to let the train dispatchers office remain at Livingston Stanford would be n fftatter place for it Taunt are some 400 feet of oil in the first well drilled on Mr M S Baugh mans farm and he Is making prejwra tlons to pump It out Eu WILKINSON has our thanks fur a 10pound head of cabbage of Ills own raising Although far from being a cabbage head himself he if on to the art of raising them TUB second trial of tho bastardy case of Miss Lilllo Manuel against Mr Goo A PleasanU resulted in a verdict of 75 n year for 1C years Wo are told that Mr PlcasanU will appeal IN speaking of James Frye of Hue tonville an a ball player tho Frank fort Journal says Fryc Is certainly a wonder and It was no fault of his that tho game was lost on yesterday Fun rrThe horns residence on Logan Avenue Thoroughly renovated and one of tho prettiest homes in town 10 rooms good yard and outbuildings Call on or phono J H Nunnelley Stan ford by the month at my stnjlo after July let will be charged regular prices for hitching when they have moro than one horse in my stable at the same time J K Beazley Prop 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 mv of fice please pay Dr Pennington RA Jones D D S Tim demand for white stockings by the ladies can not be filled by the fac tories it is so great It looks mighty nice and clean to see a white stocking on n well rounded limb but they make the largest look like pipe stems GOING TO SOMEICstTMr Robert Robinson who has been assisting his brother Mr Sam Robinson In his store here has rented the Ogden storeroom In Somerset and will open a big line of clothing nnd dry goodaln it in a few weeks Tat laying of tho corner stone of the now hall of tho Crab Orchard Lodge of Masons Tuesday afternoon at 330 o clock was largely attended by the Ma sons from this and adjoining counties Mr Henry G Sandifcr of Danville was the speaker on the auspicious tur canton and his address was complimented on all sides A great many Krhghta Tcmpiar from Danville and Lancaster- In full uplform were present The Crab Orchard lodge is a very prosperous or ganization and is to be congratulated- on the success it is making s Ring Out theL in the Thats whnf wo nro doing in regard to our Summer nod lon Goods We arc Iunvii put as rapidly as possible nil Summer goods to make room for our now hnllstock which wilt oou begin to arrive Wo slaw to hegiu early in vrdorto get the stock nmrked null arranged before selling time So 1price no object on Summer goods ns we must have room for the new L SEVERANCE Sc STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 rArontrhY Slor- oPERSNALS veryklwI ttujiialftrip WbowsI cllIzenI 11LOCALS PCANNKL VighamMoorelandT diedS TrlbjI whiskyLATttsTstyle fitand fSWJ NGT1CRThosewhohitch OldlRing New- f SON Kentucky Press Association ITilE at Crab Orchard Springs Is attended by about ICQ members their auntsInddelightful one Considerable business fs being transacted Tho following officers wore ollccted for the ensuing year E A Gullion of the Nwv Cas tic Local president D U Wallace of the Warsaw Independent vlcoprenl dent W Vernon Richardson of the Danville News secretary and treasur gentlemenWere taco won by Mr Richardson for secrc tart and treasurer was an exciting one He defeated It E Mornlngstar 29 to 20 votes There were various contoats nnd the winners were as follows Shooting ContestJames Rlpyot the CourierJournal first Tim Need ham pf Willlamstown Courier second- S W Mcnefec Danville Advocate third LemonMIlYlfield carolwellMenefee second Swimming Conte tJ W Cardwell first Mr Lasley of Louisville second Lean Mans RaceMr Carlson of the Middlesboro Record first Tom Pickles Richmond Register second Tug of War Seven on a side lIiqedeleatlngrenceburg News The prizes were quite handsome The address of welcome at the open ing session was delivered by the Hon R W Miller of Richmond and the response was by Clarence E Woods the association orator who has been the hardest worker for the success of tht outing President Louis Lnndrum of the Lancaster Record delivered his an nual address which was very Interest- Ing J R Lemon of the Mayfield Messenger made a splendid talk on The Successful Country Weekly It Henry M Caldwell of Louisville read an entertaining paper On Advertising From Three Standpoints The banquet Tuesday night took place In the large dinner hall T C Underwood of tho New Era Hopkins ville acting as toastmaster Toasts were responded to as follows The Ladies by Thomas Pickles of the Richmond Register Just Between EnrllngtonDeeKeller of Carlisle For Better or Worse by Robert J McBryde of the Louisville Times Seeing Things by Harry Sommers of Elizabeth townl Our Wives and Sisters by Reed Embryof Danville Just n Word by Charles Meacham of Hopkinsville Tho closing session of the annual meeting of the KcntackyPrcss Associa tion was not less interesting than those that had gone before Numerous speeches some witty others in more serious vein but all very much to the point Interested the scribes and those who came to see and hear There WIll a round table talk As to Legislation with Henry R Lawrence ns the en gineer to safely guide any possible wan derers through rocky places The full list of speakers and their subjects fol lowsCash Subscriptions a Success ItD M Duncan Brandenburg Messenger LineIParis News United We ought to Stand George W Albrecht Middles boro News The Dally and Its Les sons Charles I Stewart Lexington Herald Tho Associate Editor Mrs Betty B Campon Somerset Journal Official Advertising and So Forth George S Lee Carrollton News The German Wednesday evening at Crab Orchard Springs was one of the swellest things of tho kind ever given there It was given by the Press As sociation to its members and the Springs guests It was superbly led by Mr W V Richardson of Danville and pretty Miss Allene Wilson of Lou Isville The letter fiL in honor of the retiring president the letter G for the incoming president the letter P for the Press were some of the beautiful figures danced during the eve ning The largo and spacious dining room was decorated artistically for the occasion and it was taxed to the fullest extent by the lovers ofthe light fantas a trninsllofThe beaux and belles never looked bet ttr and it con bo truthfully said that it roapectITheEmbry of Danville with Editor Ben Hallo Mt Sterling second tho sack race was won by Ben Hall with C E Woods second the barrel race for gen tlemen was won by Mr Lasley for ladies by Miss Jean Bruce Haldoman la dies foot race Mrs Swift Champ threelogged race Messrs Lasley and Holt for the prettiest woman Mrs M Bartlett ugliest man Swift Champ AliithespectatorsThere a grand cake walk given at tho Springs last night but we havent learned tho winner up togoing to press The Press Association adjourned yesterday afternoon after one of the most successful as well as delightful meetings ever held by itIICHURC MATTERS The Baptist year book reports Baptists in America 4C0079D an Increase of 94052 Christian Endeavor Founder Francis E Clarke is to have a 2000000 memorial building Go to the Echo meeting of the Balti more C E convention at Moreland Sun day evening at 730 Bishop W A Candler of Atlanta dedicated the new Methodist church Sunday at Georgetown It is magnifi cent house of worship If all churches sent missionaries in the same ratio that the Moravian Church does the 14000 missionaries would be increased to 400000 u MATRIMONIAL William McBee 24 of Boyle and Miss Nannie Morris 19 of Lincoln will be married tonight at the brides homeWm Adams of Crab Orchard brought Miss Olga Latham here from East Berhstadt secured license and were joined in the holy bonds of matri monyLondon Local Mr John K Baughman of the West End announces the engagement of his charming daughter Miss Edna Baugh man to Mr Smith A Penny ofSt Joseph Mo The wedding which will be- n quiet but elegant one will take place Aug10TO CITIZENS OF STANFORD wlll011t1IIIIHilllnd nt rciikonablo prices nil urletlaa- of mIll in their KUMinti I hnvo bu con kklcralihM xt rlcnco In hnnilllriK Iteatork and ionsUlcr inywlf n edge of whtit is ruit able for ImtclnrlnK I ask II hur of thr public piitron g and iironilno fntr d iiiuiR to all JAMEtILI7aiLEn Seashore Outing ATLANTIC CITY Vln the Sec n l- oC OP Route Chosapoako Ohio Ry THURSDAY AUG 3RD Through WuHhlngtoo Baltimore Phllndvl with stopover rvturnlut llllO from lAxliiKton WIncheKtcr MtHter ling and Morrhrud good returning until AUK Mi Inclusive Through trains without Chilli KnpiKe dumping car grace now Inquire of your narnt tor full imrtlciilnrs or write O WllAItN A Lexington lty SHERIFFS SALE I By virtue of execution No lWS directed to me which IKUHI from the clerks otllce of the Lincoln countcircuit court In favor of Terry Wntvra and itoW J ulllatu Ior one of my dcputliii will on MONDAY AUOUiST 1W6 IJptween the hours of oclock v S oclock t x lit the courthouse door in Htunford Lincoln county h uxpote to to the hllChHt hltldor the ollow lOro n1Ue11 thereof as may neeesntrytoMItlfy1bdntlnedeht Intcrfnt nnd coot tOWlt One mum about ImniU three Inches high nnd her suckling Colt reel entiite In Lin coin countytlty boumlctl us follow tin North liy Kiut by A O T Hmlth and Hlchiird Cobb on West liy Ho illvtiumul Dr Lnwwlll on South by Lin coln und Boyle turnpike road containing nliout ftcrci more or less About lee acres of whIch is In county Ky the hal KY Tho auld Undhlltd4lnttrItentof Mn Huron J ulllulII TKHMBS The wile will be made on acrid It of ilx months bunt with approved secur Interest nt the of andItWltneMUiy hAnd MHBA OHMAfT8rO By a T WOOD U B L O c 3thildrdns Hlfpf cru at eat prices 1 White Embroidered Wash Belt 25c- 25c Organdies 17c t Mens null Boys Shirts 2ic Mastic Scum Irnwors flU- olicmnaiits of Woolens 13 to 12 oHof the regular price Wash Goods Remnants at 14 to 13 olf of the regular price 20 Per Cent Discount On all LowCut Shoes both Blackand TanMens- Chilvr j drens I The season is advancedand we want to close them out 1KK Twenty Per Cent Is a Big Discount See What it Figures 5 Oxfords less 20 per cent 4 00 4 Oxfprds less 20 per cent 3 20 a 60 Oxfords less 20 per cent 2 80 Oxfords less 20 per cent 2 40 2 CO Oxfords less 20 per cent 2 00 1 50 Oxfords less 20 per cent 1 20 t l 25 Oxfords less 20 per cent1 bo 1 Oxfords less 20 per cent 80 ttttlltrsttssa i CUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Hardware Stoves Tin ware Glassware Salt Que nsware Wire Staple and Fancy Groceries Phono 9 Opera Hound Block opposite CourtHouse Stanford We have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves we will close out IU cost Come and seers P G 1TermsDANVILLE SHOE CO I Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanior DANVILLE KENTUCKY Wo extend n cordiiil invitation to our Lincoln county friends as well as other to tall and see our magnificent line of Shoes for Men Women unit Children und Furnishings for Men Style always tho latest Prices always tasouable Prompt attention given mail and express orders George P Draw Salesman Annual Sale IOf Odds and Ends in Icnri Womens aril Childrens Shoes und Slippers Some of these goods arc out of style but good goods They are now on our Bargain Counter at 13 to 12 former prices Come and get first choice Will not last long W E Perkins i J Crib OrchardIf K t 1J The Interior Journals Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford ai rllcondclau matter jrUIILIHUKD TUKSDAVH AND F1IIDAYB AT J 100 PER YEAR CASH prWhen not no paid 1200 will bo charged fUMBRELLASRecovered almost ai good at now for a mall amount I cau Ix your umbrella totter than the tramp repairers and tor tell money Giro a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land eltuated outetaa of town limits on tho Somerset House has 7 room kitchen and ior e room good cellar table and all 1jut outbuildings Water hydrant In yard and ono fur J P BA- ILEYINSURANCEI w Lightning WlndWonn Wf nnd 1loIft thu wTltONGKHT Mid nnl llepiv4ciit l luiinititwd Loss Iliylngjitoo jordUlIlqualltd Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itiwldunce 1lione No 8J The New Mason Hotel RATES 9200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUGAnS Proprlstor Electric Lights lnevery room Refurnished and under entire New AUneeeraenl Bob the favorite porter meets ell trains ReA JONES i Dentist STAlHFORDvKENTUCKY Office in Jlyers House Parlor Phone No1 J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Serrlco at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers in Coal E Q Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is touched Horses handled on commission Stock Pona In Connections I W H Mueller ft Watchmaker and Jeweler ar STANFORD KENTUCKY Tho fattest la Jewelry Hllvr Cut Glnss- s Wiitcli sunit Clorka In Stock HUSH HONEY DONT GRYI TnikltlgNllcIdheoften nilntukvn for the unman voice It proving it nevrrfnllnm UrctJ of delight to thousamU u lluip oliitiiiiiit to noiii To itliiovtTH of good iiiuMc The Victor Is an rYInaplrutlotr no matter how imicln ntf rtnln lit home The Victor Is nlwnys- wilcoiiiH You cwt at oil tlinrs listen to r tMtulu oreheitrim Instruinv ntitl mus j Ie to thnt thoiiMiims of jKople flock to4 hear In crowded ritoru there U no limit to the vnrlutjr of itlictlom Thin iniitchleMs Instrument will nclte toyou Mill Interest you It to cull mid me Kinnplo machine and hour iiliiy On cxlilliltloiuit my store N VJ Cor JHpot Kt THUS O HAM Htanford Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You I 1 Why ready made clothing when there Is so little difference in the price ol high grade ready made suits ad a suit 1 made to j out measure taken by an ex r tailor I have a handsome line of Spring goods I can make from a dfeesfit I also have a line of goods I 1makeup 1o1f101 thnRfI whnprateerIt H CHUPLEY the Tailor V I b Jesse W Sweeney FBOrEIKTOR Livery tsod and SIb Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and care for Up to date rigs at rates TraylorIj j r Carpenter Haute CIOIIt to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt andpolb attentlun Nothlog but the mdrink chit phone ct telegraph otittt receive srompt tt ntlon r RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBlllTY The world admires men woo are rtron in rhytle1mental and nerve forrei mm ot ambition fotnrr piUhNeryeirIderetopmentan make lfewofDhung NernCureis tId1atnt1rloi Win agar ntratorrranillfBotenmiorwnentmlPErrtR S roE SALe AT FEINTS DBCQ STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our Places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbtch Bros Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOrnonlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Oanmann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattlo n Rechenb ch ObarleOull1mlnl Jos Ballon A C D nn S U Holmes DaughertyHPeter W Saner J Nevlh Carter J E Bruce W F Shoraaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll F J Conn John B Oamenlsch Sam Trnwbrldge A D Root Charles Enisllu Frank Cordler Mrs W 0 Welch Peter Balmer Mrs Kate Ador JLBeazleyCo Undertakers aud Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right5 STANFORD KENTUCKY ee tceaT Undertaker Embalmer and 5 HnrnessSaddlcryI c STANFORD KENTUCKY ortlcb Ibonu 187 Home lone SUNBURN and Sore Feet IChfllng KLY RELIEVED By Uio free nppllMtlon of that sooth ing eoollnjr hoalln remedy Para cnmih This wonderful remedy Btops burning etlnglng anti aching by sooth lug and cooling tho Injured parts and drawing out nil fever soreness and In flammation through tho pores of the iln Dont waste your money on preparationslet Uso Paracamph anti bo cured It It falls to do what we say your money will bo refunded Take n bottle with you on your vacation Sold only In 2Tc roc and LOO bottles nt all good drugglsta The rornfuiiipU Co Louts yJlle Ky U S1 rOB SALE BY w1 CKAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT i FARMERS DEPARTMENT- WANTEDLot of good clean rye W H Traylor IWanted stock ewesL P Nun nelley StnnfONIFOR SALE Nino Southdown Jambs A B McKinney McKinnoy Ct A W Carpenter had n line cow it die of hydrophobia the other day Wo will have a lot of Western marl and geldings railroad pensSatur Wowsday E P Son A 200 acre farm near Crab Orchard for sale Apply to J H Collier or W E Perkins Crab Orchard 4U farm of the lato Mrs Mary T IMoore near Midway was sold to Ex State Senator henry L Martin nt iTho Department of Agricultures rc port on cotton acreage shows u do crease of 149 as compared with last year Robert McElroy line sold his fine farm to his brother Yarrett McElroy for 25000 The farm consists of bar twcen four and 500 acres and is one 01 the finest farms in Washington county Officials of the cotton Growers As satiation Incline to believe that the DC partmcnt of Agriculture is trying to dodge Jhc question of getting out n new cotton crop report The recent heavy rains damaged UN Kentuckytineeded according to the weekly crop bulletin of the Weather Bureau A W Carpenter sold his crop of 900 bushels of wheat to Anderson Spillman the Danville millers nt tXk on the car at Morcland His general average was 22 bushels to tho acre but one field turned out 27 bushels W B Hawkins president of the Bur ley Tobacco Growers Co has issued a call to the growers of Fayetto county for a meeting to be held tomorrow Saturday If the venture is received as anticipated the Burley growers of Fayette will be called upon to subscribe 10000 to the new company 10 per cent of this sum being payable imme diately Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1005 ai far as reported Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 164 days Shepherdsville August 1G4 days Lawrenceburg August 4days Liberty Aug 1G3 days Vance burp August 164 days redhead Aug 1G3 days Guthrie August 17 3 days Columbia Aug 24 days Shelbyville August 24 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 243 days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 291 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtowri Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 186 daysi Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Ow nsboro October 10G days A Surprise Party IA pleasant surprise party may he to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relievo their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings raw Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief lend cure for headache dizxlnoss and constipation 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard What lhpCourierJournal hasnt said with reference to Judge Coch rana unsurpation of authority und the brazen effort to railroad the arch con spirator Caleb Powers to liberty would fill several volumes The great daily might enliven its gloomy editorial page occasionally with matters that so greatly concern Kentucky Frankfort Journal Buy If Now Now Is the time to buy Chambe- rlaIns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is certain to bo needed sooneror later nnd when that tlmo comes you will need It badlyyou will need It quickly Buy It npw It may save life For sale by Lynn Bros Crab Orchard Admiral Kojestvcnsky tho Russian admiral has always been considered a pessimist Irf response to an English girls request for an autograph ho wrote Life Ii stupid A little gayety a little weariness and thengood night llixIm glad my salary isnt 500 000 a year DixWhy H01 Hix Id loso too much every time I took a day off WearyDo you get plenty of exercise HappySure I allus roll mo own cigarettes In unison they beller r In curses loud they join They jump on Rockefeller And then accept his coin One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars Earned Tho average man does not savo to exceed 10 per cent of his earnings H 0 must spend nine dollars in tiring IX PQIISOH for ovory dollar saved That being the ttttau l e cannot be too carr ful about iijintcesiury oxponoos Very often a few cents properly Invested like buying seeds for his garden wt save several dollars outlay later on U U the snipe In buying Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Home dy It costs hill n tow cents nnd o bottle of It In tho house often saves a doctors bill of govoralrfollaru For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard It has been arrangedthatGo v Beckham shall visit tho camp instruction of the State Guard Paducah on August 11 and again o August 24 remaining there until the evening of the 28th lie will be ac companied by the members of his start upon both occasions and the purpose of his visits will be to review the regi ments The Second regiment will be reviewed on August 11 The First regiment will bo reviewed on its last day in camp and tho Third regiment which gocR into camp last within a day after Its arrival- Bent Her Double I know no ono for four weeks when I was slok with typhoid and kldrny trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg PitlIind when I got bettor although I had one of the best doctors I could get I was boat doubt and had to rest my hands on my kneas when I walked From this terrible nf fiction t was rescued by Klectrlo Hit ters which restored my health and strength atid now loan walk as straight as over They are simply wonderful Guaranteedto cure stomach liver anti kidney disorders ai O L Lentos Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard price 60c It is said that the bomb throwing at Constantinople was tho result of n Turkish plot NEW LIVERY STABLE lUBE CLABSSONI- ntlvN4i IUN CITV KY firstGlass Turnout at Ueasuoable Kates Spoclal Attention to Tra fMOR Men Orate and nay For Sain State College of Ken tucky Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mrcltanlcnl Stall College of Kentucky offers the following courses of ctudv ViII Agricultural Hortl cull ural ChemlcI Biological cal Physical Normal School Classical Mo cbanlcal KnglneerloK ElectricAl Engineer IngOlTll EnRlucorlnc and Mining hnjctn ecring earn uf which extends over tour year and lend to a degree Poet grndnnte studies are alto provided lending to a mea ter degree Eacb course of study Is organized a ei aratc faculty The general faculty number nearly profes sore and instructors County appointee receive freo tuition room rent fuel and Igbt and It they remain 10 months traveling ex 1Iruin laboratories and museums ire lurgo well equipped hen eand modern The Leglslaturo appropriated ICOdOO for a college homo for young women and fso 000 for drill bull and gymnasium for pien Both bnHdiDg ara completed In use Military tattles and science are fully provl e ded for all required liv Congress Graduates from ttio several courses of study reaoliy find excellent positions and liberal remuneration Till demand Is large ly In excess of the ability of the Onllene to supply PpecUlUts with the necessary number of ns Istants charge of each dfplrrtuuIIt of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering In in scleuco In arts Tbe State College of Kentucky though bearing the tlte of college Is the only In the Commonwealth doing la any proper lelut uulvnrtty work The completion of the College home for young women facilities for good board and lodging It In equipped wltti all modern conveniences Including rooms and room fur cUlture U U l ett ed by team and lighted bv electricity- An opportunity is thus ulTordcd to young women ot obtaining a thorough education In classic modern language literature science mathematics logic metaphysics history and economy No other Institution In the State offers advantages for education of women at all comparable to those offered by tho state of For catalogues method of obtaining ap pointments Information regarding courses of study an term of admission apply to JAS K PATTERSON PbD or to DO FRAZEE Business Agent Lee Iogtou Ky Terra Begins September 14 1901 y I Great Clearing salei ThouIThou tale is tho beginning uf n wries of alex which will give tho buy lug public of this locality tho groutwt bargain opportunities they over had This is not tho Ordinary Sort of Clearing Salo My purchases last Spring wore very largo tho ncoufmilntinn of Odds nnd Euduuntl broken Iota la naturally larger than over before My unalterable rule is oat to carry tiny goods over from ono mson to neat nor Wo inaugurate this great tollingtovent rind invite every one within n days thin of my More to route join in the greatest of bargain exists Toll your friends nod neighbors that Mens 148nOdd Pants Dry Goods Shoes llata null Caps Ladies and Gents Furnish ings will go accordingly rtr anx sAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY jj ONLY THE BEST 7IourQIfro aQt t l b i- oa o en su VJ TRADE MARK T LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggistsfe Miw Culton received the special irt iniiiin for ladies nnd Mr Hen Culton for gentlemen ollbrcd hy Lyne Bros nt tho Crab Orchard Fair The Indies prize was won after hot contest over good many guct elll on the last ballot Wo reproduce Mewr Lyno Bro motto and trade ftlnrkrand Miss Cultons aiiswor The TRADEMARK show tiio name of tho brothers und is n proof of the it dhows the two united and at work mixing their drugs in the proper wry that they are pure which is only the best Mian Cnltoii THE AtIEABIrasa Mear Jou ti r j 4 Maggio n n MOTTO thoiviug Maggie This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the J best the market af fords GEORGE H HARRIS a oJStanford Kentucky ti 1The CountyFinanclalInstitutions f t CITIZENS BANK 1OF BRODHEAD KYt IIJft1 r Oilers to the People a Safe anil Conservative Hanking iUJAccounts of I Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited I Give Its your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left in the bank and not checked upon for a i erio1ofsix months j+ JW HUTCHESON Cashier- S X T j il