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THE INTERIOR JOURN L i I VOLE XXXIII STANFORD KYM TUESDAY AUGUST 1 1905 NO 43 l 1 I KINGSVILLE School closed hero ono week on count of smallpox No newcasTho sick are cs of smallpox reported Elmer Campbell shot n pelican 51 feet long Ho will ship it to Lexington Mrs Kiiimte Carey will vllt Parts rcl s ntlvcii Miss Margaret Uouton who vows for Mitchell Cassoll Baker Lexington has arrived homo for her va cationMr Thoma of Somerset a vory popular traveling salesman for a Knox vllle shoo house made Ktngsvlllc Friday Operator Creighton who has been working days at Chattanooga stopped over Tuesday en route to cox ingtonDr Bradford Warren wife and little daughter spent last week at Wood- Stock with her lather Dr Isaacs Jos Robinson of Wtllinm town sponluday with old neighbors and friends hero last week Roscoe Gooch of Lexington spent a few days with his mother hero Mr and Mrs W H Campbell and Miss Lucille returned to Lexington Monday Clyde and Hlmor Campbell will remain here for sometime yet and will stop at the Waltur Hotel Mr Campbell and t family will bo very much mtyed hero and wo hope that their stay In Lexington la only temporary Charloe H Wolta te upending a few days with his brother at tatonlo Man fred Chevolette went to Somerset Mon day to attend hia lodge Mrs Chevy lette is spending tow days with her parents at Highland Mm Gooch of a Waynesburg was hero Sunday Master Will McCarty has returned from a visit to relatives at Ludlow and Lexington Miss Cecil Skinner of Corinth Is the guest of the Misses Dunn R W CrelRhton made a Ixieiwee trip to lax Ington Mack Williams ta working nlght8 at Oakdsle Tenit Mrs Will Caroy MINt ton Clarence of Lebanon Junction are with relatives hero They will locato In SomowuL Mrs James Goode Trusty and children are visiting here Mtosos Eva Francis and Odio Lovolato have returned from a visit to- r4ativea ut McKinney Mrs J M I ateCarty and children will leave soup for a visit to Pincvllle Mr McCarty will probably locate at Pinovlllo He is BUcccedod In the goods business hereby Padgett Privltt who have opened a flrstclusfl store Manfred ChevoloJUo flan returned to his work on the C sun bride will remain with his mother Jjfere rot a while t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES r Hram Jones aged 81 Is dead of dropsy In Laurel county Thomas C Vlvlon Is dead In the- Pleasant Hill section of Mercer George W Neeley a wealthy citizen of the Brnxton section of Mercer coun ity died of flux- Thd4aller at S K Uybcos saw mill threo miles from Columbia burst and Opha Hybec was badly scalded It is believed that he will die Citizens of Shclbyvillo and Shelby county have organized a colonization t company for the purpose of settling n colony of Swiss people in that county The capital stock Is fixed at 25DOO nearly half of which has been sub soribed A Southern freight train running In to Jcllico jumped the track and was i completely telescoped The fireman was burled under the ruins Tho en gineer escaped with slight Injuries At the time of the accident tho engine was running with tender In frpnL Tho grated jury of Cumberland county after an investigation lasting nearly 10 days has been unable to discover any evidence tending to show thu actual t murder of James Skinner who was killed near Rurkesvlllo lost May There was however evidence Indicating that Oscar Keene was an accessory before the fact and an Indictment to this ef feet was returned The Fear of Death Oftorf haunts the miserable dyspeptic bilious Jiatlent who suffers from heart palpitations chronic cough inelanuholy etc No need to fear for L in Dr CaldwellV laxative Syrup Pepsin you will find a safe pleasant and perfect euro for all this pain distress and worry It clears the brain purllles the blood and cures all forms of Indigestion and bowel L trouble Try It Sold by 0 L Pen ny Stanford C W Adams Huston vllle ut Mo and 100 Money back If It falls The widely advertised medicine known as Hquozono has been placed upon the Index Expurgatorious of Lexington and its further sale In the city prohibit cdjy the Board of Health unless Its proprietors and vendors shall hereafter label it poison II says a dispatch Sick headache results from a Ills ordered condition of the Stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale 4 4all druggists- c TILE HUSTONVILLE FAIR Good Show Of Stock Good Time Generally But Crowds Not Up To The Average The Hustonvlllo fair came to fln end Friday The crowd that day WAS tho host of tho series but tho chances ore that tho wwoclatlon will loose it limonI amount of money The show of stock was fine and the fair was most enjoy able throughout but threatening weath or Thursday and Friday mornings kept u good many from attending and the gate receipts were considerably below the average The olllcersnnd director promised that there would be no gamb ling on the grounds and the promise was fulfilled to their credit be it said The hop Thursday night was one of tho many pleasing features of lair week Lots of hellos and beaux wore prc and the dams lasted until 1 late hour Storms orchestra furnished splendid music for both thu hop and fair Following are the awards of the last day US Host mare 4 years and over 20 00 J L McDonald premium J C Bai ley certificate 10 Beat maro 2 years old find under 8 1000 Didnt nil CO DOlt mare years old and under 4 ID 00 C T Sandidgc premlun Co TBo hon certificate 61 Best stallion mare or gelding one year old and under 10 00 Mack Hughes premium and certifi rata 02 Boatstatllon or gelding 4 years old and over 20 00 Hoy Boazlcy premium Carroll Bai Icy certificate CS Boat stallion or gelding 3 years old and under 4 16 00 Mack Huglioe premium C T San dldgo certificate 04 list stallion or gelding two yoorg and undor 15001- v S Drye premium C T San huge certificate 05 But Mtalllon upy age 91 00 Mack Hughes premium und certifi eatr66 Best phaeton pony under 16 hands 1000 I C James premium Dodd Bo hon certificate 67 Best fancy turnoutteam Consid erations vehicle team and oc cupants IS 00 H E God ard premium Bonta Eastland certificate 68 Bust rockaway mare or gelding 1000 I C James premium C T Bohon certificate I 69 Host Shetland pony either sex to biAlriven by boy or girl under 12 years 10 00 Carroll Reid Allen premium Allen Edclin certificate 70 Fanciest Shetland pony turnout to be driven by boy and girl under 12 yrs either single or double 10 00 Carroll Reid Allen premium Allen Edclin certificate 71 Brat pair of ponies under Hi hands- Wallace high 12 Gover premium Allen Edclin certificate T2 Bast stable of horses ownetl or handled by one party four or more horses 15 00 C T Sandidgo premium IeJa- mes certificate 73 Host walking stallion mure or gelding 20 00 S M Owens premium C T Bohon certificate 74 Fancy saddle mare or gelding 2500 C T Sandidge premium J G Bal ley certificate 75 Model stallion mare or gelding re gardless of age 1000 D S Carpenter premium Roy Beaz ley certificate Best mare or gelding ray age 25 W C T Bohon premium J C Bailey certificate 77 Best stallion inure or gelding any age speed style endurance and soundness considered 75 00 R E Goddard premium Sloan East land certificate J C Bailey 3rd Hints To Houseworkers Nothing Is wore Important to tho lurdworklng housekeeper than to keep her liver properly working other vise that pulo sallow look and tired Deling will snake hor look us sick us u dog Nothing will keep you up to the murk without Injurious stlmulu Ions so well u Dr Cnldwulls luxu tlvc Syrup Pepsin It Is u pure liver midu euro for Constipation Biliousness und Indigestion Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Ilustonvllle at SOo and 100 Money buck If Iffalls m Tho Chewing Gum Trust the other day at Jersey City reported a balance payIngand on Tha company is capitalized at 9000000 4P9tv NEWS NOTES The now filtration plant has been put Into operation at Paris B A Gallagher was shot and killer at Abboyvlllo Miss by Postmaster E Helscy Four young women were drowrunl in Horseshoe Lake near Lebanon Mo while boating Bluebeard Hoch who wow to have hanged at Chicago Friday Was repricv ed for four weeks Charles Stewart Bell for more than 50 years superintendent of the Lrx Ington cemetery Is dead Twentythree persons were killed and many others injured in n collision through which an electric express train on the Lancashire and Yorkshire railroad In England was wrecked Many British skilled shipbuilders till recently employed in the English naval dockyard arc cmlrutJng to findem ployment inxtlio expected expansion of the American navy A fast passenger train on the St Louis Iron Mountain and Soutlse railroad was wrecked by a switch at Diaz Ark Two men were killed and 12 or more were Injured The seventh annual congress of Zion- Ists opened at Basle Switzerland with more tOm a thousand delegates present Max Nordau delivered an eloquent eulogy In memory of the founder of orderThe Shelby County Fiscal Court has ordered that a vote be taken at the coming November election on the ques tion of issuing 75000 worth of lands for the purpose of erecting a new court house at Shelbyvllle Chief Collins of the Chicago police the recent appointee of Mayor Dunne Instituted a raid on the poolroom urI James OLeary of that city Thu po lice broke down five stout oak doors before they reacted thu paraphernalia used In reply to an appeal from the cler gy of Orenburg not to conclude a shame ful peace Emperor Nicholas has Issued a note in which ho says the Russian people can rely on him and that he novo er conclude a shameful peace orono unworthy of Russia Ed Schcrbcr a switchman employed by the Monon in Indianapolis shot his wife fivo times on n Pennsylvania train pear Seymour Ind last night The woman is in a precarious condition Jealousy is believed to have been the motive of the crime A dispatch from Guthrie says that Mrs B J Luster wife of themanagcr of tho Cumberland Telephone Company Exchange at that place was found lend at her home with a bullet through her head Luster disappeared lromI home a day or two ago A combine of seven coal companies West Virginia and Ohio has been ef fected the combine to be operated un der ono set of officers and to be known at the Sunday Creek Coal Company with headquarters at Columbus 0 The aggregate value of the properties is 50000000Two of Veedersbnrg Ind Hev A W Gehrcs and Rev W K Richardson hid in a box car for theI purpose of learning if the saloonkeep ers wore violating the law On leaving the car tho divines were attacked by tvosaloonkecpers and a fierce fight fol lowed Mr Gehres and Mr Richard son administered severe drubbing to their assailants Colic and Diarrhoea A Remedy that Is Prompt and Pleasant Tho prompt results produced by Chumlwrlalns Colic Cholera and Dlurrhooa Uemedy together with Its pleasant taste have won for it a place In many households Mr W T Taylor a merchant of Vlnslow Al- urltesI have used Chamberlains Collo Cholera and DIarrhoon Remedy Myself acid also with taut on my place for diarrhoea and colic and it always glvoii vollef promptly and pleasantly For sale by all druggists r Figures for the last fiscal year show a total of 1027421 aliens brought into the United States ns compared with 815349 In 1ooiun increase of more than 25 per cent Of this Increase AustroHungary furnished tho largest per cent that country being credited with the Importation of 97377 more aliens in 1905 than In tho preceding year More than half of the remaining immigration was contributed by Italy und Russia Stop Bables Tears Ninety per cent of babies troubles are caused by disordered stomach or towels They can all bo quickly cured by a few doses of that groat digestive medicine Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It digests cured milk sweetens tho breath re duce fever and relieves path Abso lutely harmless to mother or child Sure relief In teething Sold by G LI Penny Stanford C W Adams Hus tonvlllo at 60o and I00 Money back If Itfalls r rnMISS MITTIE DUNN The handftmu young woman recently nominated Superintendent of Schools of Garrard She is makings thorough canvass of her county and Is meeting a most honrtjr welcome wherever she Boos She is a niece of that wheel horse of democracy Mr James Hamilton CHURCH MATTERS Bishop R K Hargrove is in a dying condition at his home in Nashville Bishop Isaac W Joyce of the Methodist Episcopal Church died at Minne apolls RcL M Omer preached at the Christian church at Crab Orchard Sun day night to a good audience The United Orthodox rabbin are in II convention at Springfield At the open ing s wkn the Beth Israel synagogue was crowded Rev C 11 Gordon will begin a pro tracted meeting at the Turnersviile Christian church next Sunday morning Everybody cordially invited Rev S H Jones for 13 years pastor of the Boron Christian church has resigned the charge and willshortly move with his family to Oklahoma to G W Mills of Hustonville begun a protracted meeting at the Green river Christian church at Yosemite Sunday night to continue through tho week and probably longer There will be preaching at the Pres byterian church Hustonville Sunday next by the pastor Rev Landers His morning subject will be Skeptics Objections to Miracles At the morn ing service Miss Lelia Wheeler iIIsing- IUTho Lord is My Light Rev S 11 Logan will preach Sunday morning and evening at the Presbyterian church Mr Logan is one of the ablest ministers that has ever occupied a local pulpit is a favorite withMiddles boroughs people and should be greeted by good congregations Middlesboro News Rev R H Boll closed n very interesting meeting at Christs Church Sunday ufterntyjn Aftcr his first few sermons it was found that the church was not largo enough to accommodate the crowd and the remainder of the services were held in the court house Rev Boll impressed our people as being not onla very able preacher but a most excellent genlteman Ono of the most interesting and successful protracted meetings ever held in Salvisa is now in grogresa at the Christian church Roy McKis sack tho State evangelist is doing the preaching and Prof Joe Ireland who has been elected superintendent the Graded School here has charge of Ithe music People are turned away at every service because they cannot even findstanding room in the church Quito n number have made confessions and at every service persons are added to the church The whole town and community is much Interested in the servicesA Warning Too much care can not bo used with small children during the hot weather of theSummer months to guard against bowel troubles AH u rule It Is only necessary to give till child a dose of castor oil to correct any disorder of the bowels Do not use tiny substi tute but give the oldfashioned castor oil and seo that It Js fresh as rancid oil nauseates anti has a tendency to gripe If this does not check the bowels give Cliamberlalus Colic Cholera arid Dlarrhnm Remedy and then u dose of castor oil and the dls ease may be checked in Its incipiency and all danger avoided The castor oil and this remedy should be procur ed at once and kept ready for Instant use as soon as tho first Indication of any bowel trouble appears This Is the most successful treatment known and may be relied upon with implicit confidence even In cases of cholera In fantum For sale by all druggists L00I r 00 Come to DR W N CRAIG THE DRUGGIST OPTICIAN- OF STANFORD KY Before Aug 7th and have your Eyes Tested Freeof Charge Will guarantee to fit our eyes correctly with first quality periscopic convex or concave spherical Lens Absolutely white crystal In straight tem ple Aluminoid frame with case for 81 Offer good till Aug This is a noucorosive frame as durable as gold and well worth twice the price My patients have the privilege of coming hack ut any time and having the TEST VERIFIED and that you know is what makes a guarantee worth onhetlhiugThe White Lily Washer is something new Try one and you will wel come wash days Sold on trial Try one I W H HIGGINS ISTANFORD KY To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added L G Weatherford CO i HUS1QNsIfL1 KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will be convinced that theycan feather your nestmn Hot Weather everything in a pump that will pump from the bottom of the with more ease than any pump made Tin roofing will last longer than any roof and costs very little more See me about any kind of metal work Phone ISW B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD 1 Sells Kurfccs Ready Mixed Faints Everyigallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure BedBug Destroyer t j The Interior Journal WALTONII DEMOCRATIC TICKET llF- ori Senator R L HUBBLE For liepretcntnUre J M ALVERSON For County Judge R Co WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH SheriffI SR For County Clerk GEORGE COOPER I For Assessor AV A CARSON For Superintendent at fchools GARLAND SINGLETON For Jiiller W HERRIN tI nHot ToppH T nNs41 tho City Club nominee for mayor of Louisville is at Crab Orchard Springs trying to recuperate from that horrible disease civil liberty with which he has been afflicted since 1839 No doubt ho will be much benefited by the water of that famous old resort but we are quite sure by the time Paul Barth gets through with him next November he will be ready for an infirmary from an overdose of Dicky Knott IF Mr E A Gullion the newly elected president of the Kentucky Press Association is as ugly as the picture printed in the Courier Journal of him he ought to resign at once and enter in I the ugly mans ring at the various county fairs If he is not he should institute suit for big damages against the paper which has done him such great injustice Let him do one or tile other p d q Tun latest census of church adherents in the world gives the number at 1021000000 Judging by the church attendance in this country most off the wembers are women and children The number of men seen in the aver age congregation suggests the truth of Sam Jones assertion that in the heavenly choir there wont be a sufficient number of them to furnish the bass INSTEAD of reelecting Joe Black burn after a 30 years term as Congressman and United States Senator why not erect a pedestal and place him t there as a living example of monument al selfishness Somerset Journal Pretty tough on loudmouthed Joseph but Brer Campbell expresses our sentiments to a t i ACCORDING to an expert the new Ox ford Dictionary contains a quarter of million of words or about 144000 more than are used Iii the Holy Bible The average vocabulary is not over 3000 to 4000 words So It would seem that ti there is a great waste of words As now proposed the monument to Joseph Jefferson for Richmond Va will be a character portrait represent i ing him as Rip Van Winkle As the great actor made his fame in that character it is most appropriate jWOMEN who affect low cut grown r are said to be fond of dress but their costume doesnt show it They seem Itowant to do with as little dress as remarks the Frankfort Jour nal i POLITICAL lIon William J Bryan will soon start on a journey around the world Jake A Wall defeated Thomas S Benson for the democratic nomination magistrate in the Middleburg district CaseyAn will be made to have the Republican State Central Committee which will meet in Louisville today give an outandout indorsement to J T ONeal the nominee for Mayor on the Republican ticket Mayor E F Dunne of Chicago was the guest of the Tammany Club of Boston and delivered an address to an audience of several thousand people e He discussed municipal ownership and vigorously denied recently published statements to the effect that ho had recanted They Appeal to Our Sympathies The bUlious and dyspeptic are con stant sufferers and appeal to our t jsympathies There is not one of thorn however who may not IKJ brought c back to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets These tablets Invigor ate tho Stomach and Liver and strengthen the digestion Toy also 4relulate the bowels For sale by all 4JoELYNN COFFEY is in great demand aa a ball pitcher He has played S with Somerset a of and 1afew days ago he pitched for Lebanon a hot game agatn ville He titsconsidered by base ball rooters to i be a crack amateur twirler Parksvillefft f Here and There Thomas Dixon aged 70 dropped dead at laysville- Thomas Cal well an Inventor of note is dead at Nowburg N Y Cholera has broken out in British In dia the death rote being 897 per thou sandWillie Shoemaker was Instantly killed while working in a sawmill in Wolfe countyThe Joint Teachers Institute will convene in Junction City beginning next IondayJqPeace prospects were given a back set at Chicago by tho coal drivers voting to keep on with the strike N HW Aaron of Liberty sold his Green river bottom farm near Dunn ville Casey county for 15000 Chauncey Depew says ho has not re signed as a director of the Equitable and has no intention of resigning- A merger of several of tho most ex tensive streetcar building concerns in the United States is being formed James J Baker a wealthy old fare mer of Green county committed sui cide standing before a mirror in his barn Fiva parasns WiN kHkal qltnln others seriously injured by lightning which struck in a crowd on beach at Coney Island Another death among the mon in jured by the explosion on the Bcnning ton was reported bringing the total death list up to 63 Mrs Susan Whitehouse who lives in Indiana immediately opposite boro took a headache tablet and died half an hour later The report of vital statistics for the month of July prepared by the Louisville Health Department shows 350 births and 323 deaths Prof J R Demoss principal of the public school at East Hickman was at tacked by a crowd of Negroes who fired at him inflicting two severe woundsThe Santa Fes California special was wrecked by a broken axle at La mont One passenger was killed four others were fatally injured and a score more were severely hurt The spirit of restlessness in Louisiana and Mississippi because of yellow fever is increasing Gov Vardaman of Mis issippi has called out troops to prevent invasion of Mississippi by refu gees from Louisana Jacob W Mount once a prosperous merchant of Williamstown Ky com mitted suicide in SanDiego Despondency due to ill health was the cause Before firing the fatal shot Mr Mount placed all his property in his wifef name Twentysevtn new cases of yellow fever were reported In New Orleans There were three deaths Only four new foci were reported and it is a source of encouragement that the spread of the disease is becoming slower and slower Frederick W Smith grandson of the Prophet Joseph Smith has started a propaganda seeking the reform of the Mormon Church He has issued a cir cular appealing to the Mormons to abandon polygamy commercialism and political interference Additional Local Tim Danville Fair begins tomorrow Go and see a good show of stock and take your neighbor with you JAMES T JOVES has bought his fath ers interest in the restaurant business and asks a liberal share of the public patronage SEE how Cummins McClary have reduced the price of all their Low Cut Shoes Now is the time to buy Read their ad THE weeds in town and onthe pikes leading thereto need cutting A few dollars spent in cleaning up generally would be money profitably expended PROF J SHERMAN LAWHOHN ia building a large dormitory in the yard of liddlcburg Normal College The college opened with a large attendance and is in a healthy condition in every wayTns heldKentucky Press Association high carnival at Crab Orchard this week but while the crowd was large there was no perceptible decrease in the supply of spring water says the liddlesboro News JUNCTION CITYMr Edwin Booth and sister Miss Lillio Booth have left for an extended visit to relatives in the northern part of Ohio Miss Ellen Mont gomery of Bowen spent last week with Mr J E Booth and family Another Good man Gone Wrong He neglected to take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first signs of kidney trouble hoping it would wear away and hewas soon a victim of Brights disease There is danger in delay butif Foleys Kidney Cure Is taken at once the symptoms will disappear the kIdneys- are strengthened and you are soon sound and well A It Bass of Mor- gantown Ind had to get up 10 or 12 ttmee In thenlght and had a severe backache and pains In the kidneys and was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Pennys Drug Store Cured Bay Fever and Summer loldIA J Nujbaum Butesvillo Indiana writes Last 1 suffered three months withn summer cold lotII distressing that It interfered with business I had many of tho symptoms of hay fever and a doctor proaariptiondlil not reach my case tend 1 took sevwral in dlolnes which seemed to only aggravate my OUSt Fortunately t insisted Upon having Foleys Honey and Tar and it quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleys Honey nnilrat with the same success Pennys rag Store- MATRIMONIAL D C Griffin a widower Qf 49 anti Miss Mintha Weaver aged 25 will be married at John Elders Aug 3rd County Clerk John B Nichols of Boyle issued only two marring licenses during the month of July A little forethought may save you no andof trouble Anyone who slakes it u rule to keop Chamberlain Collu Cholem anti Dinnohen Romwij at hand knows this to he A ttlet Per sale by all druwrlHts NOTICE Nee A K Grime and llnlntm fur all 11UIIglllllUroclloiiduarmiUiil llox StaniorlKy AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over MclfoberU Drug Store inI tbu Owtley Buildiug FARM AT PRIVATE SALEII ljalillvery rll1llr IlMurn at Hervnnt room out houses numtrou and In good ton illtlon Hplendld itablr und two crib Will sell privately 1nJllJoerB- ox 78 rrnborchard Ky DESIRABLE HOME FOR- PRIVATELY SALE I will wit privately my resldenc In Htnn nlnIelotr crllari ont with concrttp floor and elder with look closet ulivlvrd off Electric wires through tbv house Vatt rlli kitchen UlldlllllHarnthree italln corn crib currliiRt house nil under one roof iuodgnrden All r1 ncvkln ooil 1osxrrflon glvn Oct J MHrr MARY I UUUOMmunfonlKy 1 The GORDON SCHOOL For Boys in the Country PROF A N CORDON Vhoso boarding school for bOYI linn long Itn notrd In Contra Kentucky for linn lltcliillm thorough Instruction and lofty monde hili the beuutlful Irndrlck llacv jJ curs rust of Frank fort 15minuteswtrlcfrom loge Htutlon on 11w ItN H It lie Invitee parents whoIconsider the formation of chanicter corwr stone of education to examine the Ideal cOIIIIIUonN nnorded liy Ida school from every point of clew Tho school opens Sept I 1905 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue SHERIFFS SALE i By virtue of execution Xo MAS directed tome which issued from the clerk oltlce of the 1lneolnlounly circuit court In favor of ierry Yrllzler oguit J Y Wlltrllnd fleo W rullliini Jor one of my deputle will on MOXIMVAUaiHT 1UO Between the hours of oclock v nod oclok P nt the court houee door In Innforit Lincoln iounty Ky expose to Ifbile wilt to the highest Ulddertlie follow log property tor m much thereof may Ix stecessurytosutlfy plaliltllf dulit Intvreit nod eOibl to wit i One black more alKiut II niuU three Inches high nod her suckling colt the followlnt rent ettato In Iln oNorthniltliAiul Klchiml Cobb on Welt by pee Iveiiiand lr fjiwwlllon Houth by coin and Boyle turnpike road containing stout all acre more or less About ino acres of which Is In Lincoln county Ky the bob OlllO lilt III Moyle comaty K y The sold Interest luvled UM n Is the undivided Jlntfreat In the Whole subject to the dower Il1t- rIt of Mr Harah J ullll1l11 TKHMH The wile will be made on acred I1pprOl11CurIty 6 iondWitnes1116 M DAUUIIIAN L U ByOTWoolneIC Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court 1PHtire of Hole LincolnOlrculttourtrendeted undersignContlnlssloner ilOXUAVAUaUftTUTH 1KB itweon the hours of and 2 v In front of the court house door In HtrintordKvsell Itblddtrthe11ustonvl3loandCofreyaMl1turn Hold real estate Is thut bounded Beltlllllln tat the center or the pike tone set south OoodTwith Carpenter line 88 pole W ranks to a VoWIn the centerpf the pike thence with sold pike tH poles to the beginning Con olJectofW1JlladlUnmoulltIng nctlonThll of six months and the purchaser will be required wIthgooddialyofJudgment B SAUPLEY M O L C C IGEO p sn I I lc S OESFor Men and Boys We have too many and trust these prices J will move them THE URFIT- In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes re duced from 395 tor J 350 Our 3 00 grades and the styles aregood and quality satisfactory Reduced 102 50 I know good duced 356 Boys We have a lot of off styles in ladies which we are selling at 5Oc for araIgood quajity but old styles them we 2 think you be convinced IH J MROBERTS STANFORDoI I e FOR SALE IrPurebred ll rkihlrt hoes nail IOutllllownt tHheep 10 high grade yearling hocks J SOarp nt Ho tonvlII it Small Farm For Sale t I desire to Mll ntv fnnu of ill sires or land 250 Hprlnpi ynrtU I1h11a nnnttrlluf lllIPIIlI1t HI the following analysis by Hint will show The water contains 17M groins of wild nuttier rriinlloiicoQ Utlint mnln ly of chlorides and sulphate clum unit iniigm liiiii Mimr dllllllclIlt nnte tnictt of Iron RIll soil ot n bargain WrUt toiOItOh llltKH I faleni- KyNOTICE t t You thould tee at before you let out your house carriage and roof painting Paper banelnc a We bue of paper from three leadlnRbonie of the world I and can sell you wall cheaper than tYou coo teallt FUttmatet furnished pn ap pllcatloc All work linDEN It Co toreenetstreet J S Murphy Sonf HedecviHe Kentucky + t Invite you to inspect their stock of goods nnd It their priori They wont n shun of patronane get It If Roodyour nt low U what you wont live hemacallFMcKinney McKInney Kentucky Manufacturers of Jenn Mntoyi Flnnnol Illnnkcti nnd Yarn send us your wool take wool In for work allowing the market HnlUfncllon nunrant oll or write for prices and Agents wanted Dripping Springs- P 0 Crfct Orchard This Hummer mort U now nape pentonu outlitlneunlntlnihenable Irst the- XkltchrtleNu tJrnlingf Goal table and 0111 how well cared lor latu 11 per week welfare lL KIHllKHCrnbOrchardKy McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McKinney Ky Jlavln bought the McKinney holler Mills and secured enle of Mr W Sh Dud dean an experienced oilier I feel wnrninl rd In offering to a rill second to none In grinding IngardirryilrYud The IIIl1cblner thlllro duct of It tundi second to none this rw flea Custom grinding n mclnlty I will also keep on hand of all kinds which I will sell at the lowest market price Jlay yairwLeiit oiuttUiufright cosh market for It J Ii MUltP11Y McKlnneyKy THE VERDICT l Bcreen doors window screens and screening Din Flume Wlckl88 Oil Itoes Lace Hirtalns Shades Poles Extension lIckRugs Matting 1artlerres- CurlatnMtretchersCarpet stretchers Hcrub lirushes to reulove front by senfon Carpet and 1nper Uoore Vlndowi Wall Paper Varnlsl italns and Enamels Pictures Framed Mouldings Mats liaise Boggles New Old something donotkeep ou ean nine we Good Llv- ry lllIt of horses and buggies and teed Excellent undertaking Plenty of horses and feed Tiring done Pruitt BrothersKy it as re 2 I J I This wit at the Dank of In liltthen the Dank of U8S and the First Itaik of In 1112 hid an for 43 year It now with for Ing builne and well then ever In its and career of and Cor J B Paxton J B s H W 0 Walker Oeo W B Foster L 0 W II Brightn II Shank THE MANSS Youall There are few Tans and Patents from to 300 l 1 I Oxfords in Patents and Vici Retduced 250 to Youths from 175 to 135 and lit tie gents from 15O to 125 and chitI drens slippers i See and t will Isar e lnforumtlon Kyx coilwlllsipaly Huiidlng equipment Morehnd r r Our stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Ink Slates and readyIline qPENNYS DRUG STORE t1Sc nrord Kentucky roI First National BankStanrCapital Institution ortrlnally ritabllibed Uepotlt Stanford reorffanUed a National Stanford again reorgaatied ai National Stanford having practically uninterrupted existence better supplied facllltlet transact promptly before long honorable Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries porations Solicited Directors Owtlej Shanks Oooch Cummins from sizes Pens Successor The Farmers Bank Trust and under same SOLICIT ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove beneficial Officers HOOKER Preil HARHIH Prti MCBOBEI1T8 obi WEAHENAMt Ohn Directors Reid Danville Harris Stanford J8 Hooker Etaafard Tanner UcKlnntr 1JuL Tate BtaufordI e LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 980000 1 J to a Company continuouslytor YOUR BANK mutually 3 L T V J J W U f T K L StanfordB 0 I TDfflcersi L H SHANKI J B Paxton Vice President W M BHIOHfOasulii Lfffi O WALKEK Asst Cashier STANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARY 1 First term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1905 Our faculty is strong tequipment firstclaw surroundings comfortable college work done on col lego principles work accepted by the best Institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont send off to school when you have as good or hotterIadvantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLI8 President Stanford Ky 4 Jf a w iii f 4U 7Ge Fancy Silks nt 40c r Al it Icy silks at GOo j lob lncll White Hnbutni 25cj 27Mnoh Wilto Hnbutai COc 1l i lfi null 2Gc wash JQ6t1I1 only ito zQ 18 in Blnek Coreeta16c cut prices on nil Black and Ton Slippers Cut prices on MenVSiiramcr weight Shoos Itos floe Waists only88c m SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I11 1ANI nn Kv Auu 1 1900 MYn hnvo a now stock of box papor that wfl Interest you Now shapes a I rnpUUiki Penny a Drug Stow ji PERSONALS iti Id Nb PAHSONiWM down from HsU seajnaayMI Wniairr ofParta ihereI witji frlendjt- ROtiHUT L Comer te elating In W tt Gwirl drug store Nit THOMAS STEWAIIT of Mt Vcr t I i giWas here l ntI J t tIND MRS J GJL Ys are at Orab Orchard Spring Miss BCTTIB PAXTON ia sojourning Grab Orchard Springs MlWBm FntTH of Brodheod Is with the Mileees OHannon Miss KATIB DBNTON of Lexington JftlMth Miss Minnie Wood MRS W A THIBDLB and children are nKMayavlllc with her parents Ins JAMES F CUMMINS spent sev oral dayk In Garrard lust week JOHN DgwNtin JR IS taking a course In shorthand at Somqnot MR DAIUBY HUTCHISON nnd family + have moved back to Highland to live MRS L I FAULKNER went up to h Corbin Saturday to visit her daughter MR A G FAULKNER returned to his Work at Greensboro N C Saturday MISJJJS IDA AND CLOG OAKS have been visiting their brothers In Garrard MISSES CHACB BRADY and Margaret Huffman are visiting friends In Dan t viiie GEORGE MKNEFEE Is back from Pitts burg Pa where he has been for some tithe MR A c SINE went to Tyrone yet tcrday to look afterthe Maccabce lodge there MR GEOHCE D HorrBrt Is spending n few days at the King Hotel Crab DnW1 OBANNON Will called to irodhead yesterday on professional business M1S MlUmnD FORMAN of Louis vile ts visiting her brother at Mr A D Hoots JMiu P G WARNER of Garrard has rented the Nunnclley property on Loj gan Avenne MR JOHN BUCHANAN of Louisville Is spending the week at Crab Orchard with the homcfolka MISSES NANCY AND BLANCHE VANDE VBKR have been visiting Miss Florence J Tanner at McKinney REV AND MRS B ORLAKD BECK of 4 Waco are guests of his parents Mr nnd Mrs William Beck MR AND MRS JOHN HENRY SHANKS S of Lebanon are hero with Dr L B Cook and family Mr Shanks has been a ill A FAIRLY good picture of Cecil WIl Hams formerly of this place but now omerlet appeared In Saturdays CourierJournal V Miss HOSANNA HAKDBSON one of Flemingsburgs prettiest girls was on yesterdays train returning to her homo from Crab Orchard Springs MESDAMES T K IIILt of this place and Benedict Spalding of Lebanon And Dr W N Craig and fanjlly of Stan ford are at Dripping Springs i DR 2l PENNINGTON and family of i London have been nt tho St Asap I Hotel some days The doctor Is in Search of a small farm close to town MR J 11 SIMPSON orders his I J sent to him at Montavilla Oregon The fair rt Portland is a splendid one and lots of people are attending ho writes MATTIB MCELROY nnd Mary two of Lebanons prettiest 4MISSES have been sojourning at Crab Springs were on yesterdays train returning homo i MR JOE A MYERS and wife of Richmond stopped over here with Mr and Mrs E H Beazley Friday while en route home Mr Myers paid this office a very pleasant call DISPATCHER and Mrs Merimce with t thelr three bright and attractive child rep passed through Tuesday en route to Dripping Springs to spend about 10 daysMt Vernon Signal MR JOE H MURPHY and wife leave J today for Celina Texas to make their future home Their many friends are sorry tv give this excellent couple up but wish them well in their new homer ts entertainr Mis MARY PENNINGTON of the following lag a house party composed young ladies Misses Mary Hays Letcher Danville Josephine Hayden Paris Arethuw McAlister Way Miss l Virginia Bourne and Mary HIggins Stanford r DR T M LBWIS continues ill Mlles GEORGIA LEWIS visited Lancas tor friends MUM ELLA DUNN of Brodhcad IsI eriouily III Mm IVCIIR COOPIIR Is with Wost ROIl friends MR J L BKAMIIAW of Mt Salon Is dangerously 1- 11JjwwR A GAHVjfKussell county was hero on buslnaaa yesterday lowIIlNSON family yesterday homeMiss for Somerset to make their KATB DAVIKSS UANEY has returned atlvos from n visit to Lexington rOlo EDITOR AND Miis S W MavBPBi of Danville were here Sunday with his parents MR ERNBST GinsoN and mother of Lexington are visiting friends in the Tumoravllle section I C BIIQWN of the West End has returned from Missouri where ho has been dealing in horses Mn L B NUNNBLLEV spent several days with his daughter Mrs John S Murphy at McKinney MR W G JltcBBE is back from a visit to his father Mr G B Melee at Urbana III lk found the old genthi man in very had health REV S M LOGAN wife and children stopped over with Judge and Mr C Saulley while returning from Mid dloaboro to their homo at Wilmore JAMES REID who Inns then seriously lit with typhoid fever for some time Is reported not quito so well today His little brother Virgil also has typhoid fever Advocate LOCALS ENGLEIIARDS coffees at Farris LAWK switfgs and hammocks Trib blo Pence a 5 GENUINE Jessamine hemp knives nt W H Higgins LosTGray coat between Halls Gap and Stanford Reward 0 B Fallia- 9 PLEASE come and pay what you owe me at once J B Middleton tailor 2t A C ALFORD has r ugthe founda ion for a pretty cottage on Logan Avenue READ in another column the adver cement of the Gordon School for Joys JusT fulllinet Diamond Edgo pocket cutlery Guaranteed at Farris W 0 SPEED is thelyman in Stan ford who handles the famous Lee whisky 611 CANNBL GlenMary Jcllicq coat Sco mo before you buy W S Wigham Moreland SAVE money for all watch clock and jewelry repairs by consulting R Fenzcl Phone 163 LOST between town and homo Thursday a gold beaded necklace Leave at I J office Miss Kit Huffman LOST or misplaced a Universal Die tlonsry Vol No2 Leave at this of fico and receive reasonable reward THE L N otters a rate of I1700 for tho roundtrip to Atlantic City Aug 17 Ticketsgood returning 12 days af ter sale MR Trios OAKS theHalls Gap section brought us in a nice sample ot freostono peaches for which he has our thanks FOR SALE Handuome 12light chan dcHcr for church Comparatively new Apply to Rev George W Mills Hus tonvllle Ky A PIGEON belonging tobuss Mary nostondIMns WALTER WARREN has bought of Dr J B Beckof Somerset his house and lot on East Main Street thIsI city for 3000 Possession in 30 PEYTON REUNION The Peytons of this and adjoining counties will have RI reunion at Peytons Well Aug 12 Bring your baskets as there will be a basket dinner on the ground J F Peyton Ring Out the Old Ring in the New Thats what ivo arc doing in regard to our Summer and Full Goods Wo aro moving out na rapidly as possible nil Summer goods to make room for our pow Fall tuck which will soon begin to arrive Wo have to begin early in order to get the etock marked and arranged before selling time So price is no objection Summer goods na wo must have room for the now NOTICE Those who hitch by the month at my stable attar July 1st will bo charged regular prices for hitching henInBeazloy Prop I AM tending out statements this month and will expect all who receive them to call at my offic and settle ac counts to date If 1 am not In my of floc please pay Dr Pennington R A Jones D D S Nmv BUTCHER SHOP Jamas H Pep plea opened this morning a buteltorehc in the cellar of the Myers House whore he asks his friends to calland patronize him He is splendidly fixed up to- isorvp the public and with his largo re Itionship nnd personal following should do well James Davis an experienced meat man will cut for him ATTENTION is celled to the advertisement of Kentucky Classical and Busi ness College North Middlctown Elliott A M president Mr MittonI is well known in this section taught school a number of years and his present educational institution ill one of the best of its kind in the State The aim of this college is to proper boys either for college or practical life I MERCHANT ROBERT ROHJNSON will probably move hilt mercantile business from Stanford and occupy the Gibson building In the Farmers Bank block Somerset Journal Wrong Brer Camp bell Mr Robert Robinson is going to open a store in Somerset but ho will not move his business from Stanford the simple reason that he has no met cantile business to move TIle store here belongs to Mr Sam Robinson who is doing too well to think ft leaving the best town on the map DUNNJ Harvey Dunndied sudden ly at Brodhead at 5 oclock Saturday morning of typhoid fever aged 33 He is survived by a wife whom he married barely six months ago an aged mother a sister and several brothers The death was a severe shock not only to the family but to Mr Dunns legion of friends for there was no more popular young man In Central Kentucky than this splendid gentleman Honest hon orable a friend in all the word implies there are many who are made sad by his untimely death Mr Dunn was n member of the firm of Dunn Hamm and was an active upright business man Ills parntcr told us Saturday that he never saw a more straightforward gentlemanly man than Mr Dunn nnd that he had the implicit confidence cf not only his patrons but oftho community at large His death is all exceedingly sad one and tho writer while reeling keenly the loss of a good friend deeply sympathizes with the widow and reIwere rest in Bellevue cemetery by the side of the aged father who preceded him to the grave only a few short months The Masons of which order Mr Dunn was a member had charge of the fu neral obsequies CORMNEY After a long illness of frights disease Mr Jake C Cormney breathed his last at 11 oclock Saturday night surrounded by his devoted wife and brothers and the good woman who had been almost a mother to himMrs J W Ramsey of the Bee Lick section He was 37 years old and besides his wife is survived by two litttlo daughters Sarah and Mary Frances aged six and four respectively Three brothers Messrs J W P II and Joseph J Cormney are also left to mourn the loss of as good a brothcr as a man ever had Mr Cormney was a devout mem ber of the Methodist church and hav- Ing lived n consecrated Christian life he was prepared to meet his Maker He was one of the few men never sown wild oats to his crediti be it said In fact he lived n quiet add ly life and the worldly things were of- o interest to him That he is receiv- Ing the reward promised the truly faithful we have every reason to be lievO and those who weep for him should find consolation in the blessed thought that their loss is his eternal gain Rev P J Ross preached a most appropriate funeral discourse at the home at 4 o clock Sunday afternoon after which the remains were interred in Buffalo cemetery Unbounded sympathy is felt for the widow and fatherless little girls as well as the brothers and others who loved the deceased and who are now almost crushed by the loss they have sustained NOTICE Please call for your clothes as I bid Stanford farewell Aug 21 J B Middleton tailor TiiRitn anothererLtiOoxcu sion to Cincinnati next Sunday loaves depot horo at 5 A TrainI MB W W WRIGHT has been m Master of Trains to succeed W JI1ay1 low vfio hsW tuft the L IL Mr Wrights many friends congratulate him on his deserved promotion TUB ancy turnout in the Shetland pony ring at the Huslonvillo fair wasI very pretty indeed and Master Carroll Reid Allen carried off the blue Little Lucy Lee Walton Mary Frye nnd Reid Conway rode with him THE Woodmans Picanic Liberty Saturday Was an enjoyable occasion and a largo crowd was present The game of base ball between Hustonvillo and Middleburg resulted in a victory for the former by a score of nine to three CORA EDMONDS thewhite woman who was jailed at Hustonville Friday evening on the charge of disorderly con duct was released at her trial yester day on the promise that she would go and sin no more The case created con siderable interest She gave bond in 100 cash and wis present yesterday with a Lexington lawyer to defend her JIM MENEKEE captain of the Stan ford Grafters ball team has challengel Capt Dick Kellys Lebanon Enterprise team for a game to be played on the letters ground Thursday Aug 10 The Grafters have been doing excellent work under the present management and although Capt Menefee has been sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs and his team a little off their feed it is a certainty they will return with one more scalp on their belts Additional Local on Second Page Given Up To Die U Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St- Evansville Ind vritcs For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused roe much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did mo no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gi vo mo great relief and after taking tho second bottle Iwasentirelycured Pennys Drug Store FOR SALE I IliiYlnu sold my fnrin t ImV nor enlv wv vnil lava of AIrthtIIAlIgU8 rattle towit Tort cows mill culvti II xl vciir heifer rrglMuml Hyiuirold hull curlingeteereulsoI I1111ti11I1I1II ulitt S ynrs J o Htunfonl Ky Farm at Private Sale I Farm contiilnlnR ncrei rand In pood Htiitoof ciiUlyiitlpiiJi nillegjrom llmton rllle on dwelling Iolitullllllg six room In veryoutbatldingsdgs- oo l cistern all neciRonry or pnrtlcntn me Junction tlty Kor ileacMRS Ky M K JKNKINH SEW LIVERY STABLE BUBEB it CLASKSON hen JUNCTION CITY KYri- rntOlant Turnouts at Reasonable Rats Special Attention to Traveling Men main and Rev For ee- lsPUBLICSALE I will sell at my place near Mt Hnletn on TUKHDAY AUGUHT It IKS tin following iliurrliictl property 0111 lIro by I mare colt 0011 worker and breeder four yearold 1mllltI111 foul blue grass ami MrCdrmlck hinde- rhnVriskIcorn driliI whent drill corn ruIIllr turnllll plows lone horse turning plow l long shntt cart I two Itorse wagon I tiny mime shovel plows slit Kle 1rrI1dOUblll 2 cultivators cutting lots and a lot of other things too mimeroiH to nl1l1ollllliCh ai harness Mid des bridles fork noon I 0 WTNXV O nuttonvlllo Ky Training School for lays at North Mlddktowniourbon County Ky- nlllldingslvvllndOptcd Hltuatlon beauti ful unit 8 tho bent mi talooiu or places of temptation Hnrat- 1Itlcull1 Kentucky for drill J minutes tally Instruction thorough ll clillne kind rentnllbllt arm Nov n Hcliool of Keforin boys but n chrUtlun home for good boys Only II limit d number taken Ht H8lOIl tRtflnS Hept 6 WV For particulars nddrvu MILTON KLLIOTT Principal Ileferencest Judge M0HnuaeyOlarences- ate and Boverance t 7 Childrens Slippers at cut priCOB AVJiito Embroidered Wa h Bolts 2Co 25o t Organdies 17c dons and Boys Shirts 25c Elaetic Seam Drawers 89o Remnants of Woolens 13 to 12 off of tho regular price Wash Goods RemnnnU at 14 to 111off of tho regular price f Big Reduction On all Summer Suits nnd Odd Pants 20 Per Cent Off the Former Prices It must move to make room for Winter Goods t S18 00 Suits Reduced to 14 40 If 00 Suits Reduced to 12 00 12 50 Suits Reduced to 10 00 10 00 Suits Reduced to Q 00 9 00 Suits Reduced to 7 20 7 50 Suits Reduced to C 00 5 00 Suits Reduced to 4 00 elttefreeIS CUnllINSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky he Hardware Stoves Tin ware Glassware Salt Rueensw are Wire Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 9 Opera House Block opposite CourtHouse Stanford Wo have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves VO will close out at cost Como and see us P G WARNER SON Terms Strictly Cash DANVILLE SHOE CO Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well LanIer DANVILLE KENTUCKY emaase s Wo extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends as well as other to call und see our magnificent line of Shoes for Men Women nnd Children and Furnishings for Men Style always the latest Prices reasonable Prompt attention given mail and express orders Gorge P Crow Salesman Annual Sale I Of Odds and Ends in Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Some of these goods are out of etyfo 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 CrabOrcbardKy r t ffThe Interior Journals Intend in 1M Po Office at Slatford as- ucondclau motley t Vit1HItEU TUEBUAVH AND 1lUBWa kAT100PER CASH CTWh u not so paid tJOO will be charged fUMBRELLASJlecorcrcd and rep ld and made almost t as good as new for a small mount I can umbrflU better than the tramp trepaIrers and for loss money Give me a FRANK ATKINS Stanford t fFor Sale Privately Myhoiueand 10 acres of land situated t just of town limit on tho Somorset ptke House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser room good cellar stable nod all outbuilding Water hydrant 1fant and one for stock J P UMLEY J INSURANCEV nuKorro life endMohtninB 71fllre None HTHONOKHT and t J EHT Companies preaentrdhowestIbs illile Kate oraUnetiunllod Talk wIth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky ltsldnce IhoneNo 81 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY LancastoreKy Wm SHUOABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room RtfuraUhcj and unler entire New Management Bop the favorlU porter meets all trains ReA JONES Dentist STANFORDKENTUCKY Office in layers House Parlor Phone No 1 J H IOONE I coire Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Gait on us on Depot Street Also Dealers till Goal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce tit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Streot STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY r The Latent In Jewelry Hilv r CutOIuss AViitchi nnd Clocks In Hock HUSH HONEY DONT CRY I inn Htm agent for TIn Victor Tnlkliix Machllie The Victor In no perfect that It U often mistaken for time human voice It In nuvrfiilllnit hourcu of dellRht to j thousand u dlmipjiotntnient to rare To Mil lovers of good musk Thu Victor nn tiuplrntlon no mutter how 1I111111ntrtlllll ment there Is ut home The Victor U iilwayn wulcoitie You eon ut ull tlmm listen to bund Orchestras songs Instrumental muv toitho variety of selection This mntclmks- slnatru11uuttsrlllncitetoYOU thin I fitter UIIIIIIIJIIlChIIlOIM W Cor Depot Ht TIIOH O HAII Mtntifonl Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there ia so little difference in the price of j high grade ready mado suits aod a suit made to our measure taken by an ex Verlenced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring goods I can make from a low price buemttfls suit to the finest dreaa suit Also Spring overcoats and trous Irs The company I represent ii one of the best I also have a line goods I slake up w1f for those who prefer It H O RUPLEY the Tailor i l Jesse sweetney1rItOrILITOn Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellted and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates JJ uJ Traglort WHisk Brandu DIAtIR TWIneS Beer Cigars Etc KYIPrompt ml polite attention Nothing luttht bee w drink Malphons ei telegraph orders receive promptattentbn CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY worM aamlret andpersonal11dlomlltanitmakoluworUl fcrrtH3 NCHVIOORmskr Slr nt Calm Nerves WoakIntpaehantrapcrrcn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAOO u s A FOB SALE AT PENNYS DRUG STORE POSTED trlctlyforbIdpassing on our places and will prosecute vIolators to the full extent of the Mrs Kate Ador Relchenboch Bros VooOruoollanFredAlfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattlo H Howes E Uolcbcnbach Charles Cummins Jos Ballou A G Dunn S M Holmes DaughertfMPeter W Barter J Nevln Carter JE Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Coon John B Oamenlsch Sam Trowbrldge AD notCharles Knsslln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch teter Balmor Mrs Kate Ador J LBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right gg STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1tCeaT1 Undertaker Einlmlrner and Dealer id HarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY nillco Phone 1C7 Rome bona 05 DONT THINK Of Going on Your Vacation lWltl10ntParatninph First Aid to tho Injured Chafing1Soreanti for keeping iosiniltos away front you rnrncamph Is unequalled You will find ParncninpU far more useful on ypiu vacation than witch hazel lotions and jmcli remedies like wise flit better So wLy not take nlong tho bost AVIun raracaraph ia applied If penetrates through tho pores to tho Interior cells drawing out all fever sorencs1 and Inflammation promptly so ninko your vacation pleas tnt by taking n bottlo of Paracamph along Sold only In i5c BOc and 100 bottlea at all good druggists Tho Para camnh Co LoulayHlc lays U S Ae FOB SALE BX W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky e p FARMERS DEPARTMENT WANTED 25 or 30 cattle to graze L P Nunnelley VANTEDLot of good clean rye W H Trnylor Wanted 60 stock ewes L P Nun nelley StanfordCI have a pair of draft mares for sale- M P Lawrence 2t Dr M Pennington bought of D H Skinner a pony for 165 FOR SALE Nino Southdown bucks A B McKinney McKinney Ct I have even fine Berkshire pigs for sale Mrs W B Mcltobcrts Pat Dunne paid 10oOO for E E Smathers twoyearold colt Security I have n ear of Western ponies for sale cheap J Nevin Carter Turners ville A 200 acre fann near Crab Orchard for sale Apply to J II Collier or W E Perkins Crab Orchard 4t The Louisville Horse Show will begin October 2 Tho prize list is one of the best olTered in America FOR SALE65 100pound stock hogs J J Wright at Moreland will show them to you S Coulter White Stanford R E Lee Sims Jim Collins rain see ond at Latonia Thursday Ho is in the hands of that veteran trainer Mr Jno R FarrisAt 0 Lou Dillon trotted a milo in 206 and Major Delmar one In 2OCj The best performance of the year so far- Kansas is figuring on u 7500000 bushels of wheat crop which is de scribed nil 25000000 less than a full normal crop J II Bonta of Mercer threshed 3 144 bushels of wheat off of 175 acres He sold to Cogar Davis at Danville for 85c Advocate Last year Bourbon farmers realized 40 cents per bushel for 800000 bushels of grass seed This year only 250000 bushels were gathered and is selling at 75c per bushel To HORSEMEN I am now prepared to break and train your yearlings and other thoroughbreds at reasonable rates Firstclass training track R 11 Bro naugh Crab Orchard Ky J Quincy Ward purchased of Joseph A Howerton his 450acro farm on the Bethlehem pike near Paris for 125 an acre This is said to have been the highest price over paid for Bourbon county land- Leading from start to finish James R Keenes Sysonby at 1 to 4 in the betting won the 15000 Brighton Derby at Brighton Beach defeating Agile by four lengths Time for Ii- miles was 233 15 The Burley tobacco growers of Fayette and Harrison counties at meetings held Saturday responded liberally to the call for aid of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association It is the pur pose of this organization to raize 500000 which sum will be used in fight ing the tobacco trust THE AMERICAN CITIZEN Stronglimbed and free I face the world a man Not AngloSaxton But American My mothers father r Felt hale German blood Pour through his veins A satisfying flood My fathers grandsire Wore the Irish greerr Told tales of banshee And of good potheen My mothers mother Climbed upon the knee Of her good sire In ancient Brittany My fathers mother Was of an English birth And loved old England Best of all the earth My fathers grandame Came from Lombardy And left unto the line The eyeS of Italy Stropglimbed and free I face the world a man Not AngloSaxton But American Grace Shoup in Leslies Weekly Kentucky Fair Dates The following arc tho lutes fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 11K5 as far as reported Madisonville August 1rdays Danville August 23 days Ilarrodsburjj August 84 days Fern Creek August 15 4 days Shepherdsville August 154 days Lawrcnceburg August 15r4 days Liberty Aug 163 days Vanceburp August 164 days Brodhead Aug 163 days daysCShelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 24a days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 2It days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 13I days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 186 days Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 106 days f Fell Dead A man foil dead inlChlrago thcothe lthousandsIdieevery the cause of nlnoout of 10 of such capes of heart trouble ia lullge Uon The cure la Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Tho explanation le that the swollen Intlamednnd eiigoru ed stomach prossoa right up against the heart and prevents U from working your heart flutters palpitates pain anti you are short of brpathisomo lose it forever Just try for those Bymp toms a fats doses of Dr CalilivoHi Syrup Pepsin and hio how quickly It will cure you Sold by GoL Penny Stanford O W Adams ustontt1cl at toe and 8100 Money baok if It falls Lieut Marion B Wilhoit who dump Pared immediately titter his trial by courtmartial New Orleans turned- up in Washington The record of his case has been sent to the War Depart nicnt for review and tho inference from this is that he has been convicted HoW to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the llvor and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlnc Laxntlvo Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant tu tako Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Sto- roSeashore OutingA- TLANTIC CITY Via the Hovnlo Ca Ov Route Chesapeake Ohio Ry THURSDAY A UC 3RD Through Washington tI orE 1lillmlel thin with dtopovvr iirlvilcgi returning 11100 from rexliiKton wlnclxiitiT lit MUr Ithg mill Mur hfitd good niturnlnit uiitl AUK II Inclusive Through trnlnt without ohiitiKf Kimiige eht ping car sloe now Iiiqulruof your iigiiu fur lull luirtloulnrsoi write O W 1IAIINKV lAx gtKy Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Ulreult ourt lnulliic M Hrvinxr IlalntKT re Arlioli Nlelnlteger el III lrlIdllntl lotleeof dale rursiiinit to u JiidRiiirnt of thi Ilntoli Clreult Court remlr in the June trlllIII the iimlnrnlKn wl Uotiimtttionorot mild court will on MONDAY AIMTHT IITH Jte0 In front of the court hour dour InStnnfonl outcry to timeidghwtand sellealpmbllo idly lltxleniptlon In amt to tin following 01I trrllMHl rend intntf Hltunteil In ihie county Ky iHulnnliiK nt n white oak eer- ourofTailrresolltill t Alcorn soul corner of Jarvis unit In line of YnncD Hmlthit 1n cents thencr with the llvl lon line ncroti the Nntlth trlllt between Onetlut kl prod5a to n Itnk III the outside mind III Alt drew Turnhulls line thenre his line Ii W dl Sl ixilis to a stuke In the old llrlducwti tPM line Hinlth TiiriilnilU couriv N w with niilcl line Al 6 lli Hiles to n uniill Klim ami clieHtnut stiiniii with pointers courtu of Hinlth nnd of Alcorn TAiicrosnnd of lot No or tti uterus N W W W glee to a stake on IIrIIlJfwith two white oiik lnter vorner Oustlne tract tlienre his line KM 4 K K poles to the IxRlnnliiK IontHln lug acres of haul the wide will made tin n credit of six tnonths and the purrlluser will Im rvquireil to glee land for price with onaleuringsixpxrctiillnterest Irolll dolts- of snie CEO nSAUFLEY SI C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court iulnvllleTolmcco Wiinliouw Co 1lnlli tilt raH1Fnulconer t ill llefPiKliinlx Huh hlneolnCircuitaction ut till tune twrin 11 oinnilsHloiiiT of said court will till MONDAY AITOirhTJITII IWB In front of the court liouw door In IItntdoad sell nt public outcry to- Iheiligitretundts t lilddur till Hillty of It to tilt followliiBiIcnurlh era real futute A trnct of loud nlluatcil In loundtMt0sfullowstheglnuingat11etone In the Htunford and HonitTNut corner to John V Jolinson thunce hlx line N N7U K poles to a stone corner to W II Johnson thence his llnt N lot poles to u whip lu the old line tlienco with etuue N 01 W 8H poll1 to two sweet glllll corner to- JI Rlnm thunco his line Hn V1UIxUestoa lone corner to David Hints tlunco hU line Ng 1V J poles to tilts luliere nulnrrt plk5 with mune 7 N 2rt le to u sten- ointheVeetsldoofthepike thencoHit K at rtoles to the rontnlnlni W icre4 by survey The halo will Iotluulu on n credit of six month ulld thu purchaser will bo required to give bond for tM price with good security payable to the Coiniiilasloner and lear1l per rlnt interest front dtae- ofanle GEO B 8AUFLEY M G L C C Great Clearing Sale I I This sale is the beginning of n series of salve which will give the buy iug public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities they ever had This is not tbo Ortliuury Sort of Clearing Sale My purebiws last Spring wore very largo the accumulation of Odds null Ends vnd broken lots Is 1 naturally larger than over before My unalterable rule Iii not to curry pay goods over from ono sftinm to nnotbor We inaugurate this grunt olliug event nail invite every OliO within u days ride of mysloro to come and join in the greatest of bargain feasts Toll your friends tutu neighbors that Molls 15 Suits are out to 01008 1250 Suits to 808 810 Suits to 3748 S7RO Suits to SB18 t6 Suits to 8893 Also Youth nail Boys Suit Odd runts Dry Goods Shots Hats hud Caps Ladies and Coots PUrDI bIins will go accordingly SAM ROBINSON t Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY KENTUCKYS BIG STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON 6 6BIGIN PREMIUMS 25000PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 595Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions a The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catnloijuo or Further Information Address CEO A BAIN Secretary Lexingtonn KyIu This wonderful RangeIis now on at our store and a look is all we ask to conJ vince you we have tHfe tbest the market af yfords l JoeORGe H FARRIS ot1 1 Stanford Kentucky 1ThFinancial Institutions j rriYy CITIZENS BANK i y k IfI OF BRODHEAD KYp7 I 0 Oilers to the People a SystemAceoulnts f i Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited I Give us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation t Pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more T frJ left in 1leriotli JW HVTCHESON Cashier J 4