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I 4 y 1 r x THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOL 4 foo5 ISTANFORD XXXIIIi KY FRIDAY AUGlei NO 44 HUBBLE Miss Zola Smith of Som iraot Is tho Kuest of her aunt Mrs John Rankin Eld A R Macro of UlrintnKjmin Ala will begin n series of meetings nt the ChUan church Monday night Lee Rankin sold his cheap to Laws on Drown nt 860 J C MeWhorlor is in the community buy hog to feed nt jAr Elder F M Tinder has returned from u meeting in ShelbyvlllQ and will his appointment nt the Christian church hero Sundoynft9rnon Mlsees Martha and Marion Grimes of Stanford nro with Mtesoa Mary Leo and Elizabeth Glvcns Mrs Jns Cox and Mr Ed Miller arc on the sick list I Miss Greco Ueering of Lexington is the gut of foIl Ilennlf Hammond Mrs JamoB Ii Rubin 4f f Chatter nooga ta vhltinp relative here Lee Austin thrashing wheat in toe community and the yioW seems to IHI from 10 to 16 bwhefc per acre A U t Luce cokl some hogs to It L HubWo 4tllc John Robinwn and Matt In Ictnan told their eon at 98 delivered M II Eubank bought a pair of three yearokl mules from U W Giver for I2SO ami a mute colt from J A Rita mond for 7G J A Spoonaroore IIM bought the RaM farm of Jamec Me Kochnto and will move to it next Spring Kentucky Fair Dates IThu following nro the dews fixed for hokllntt the Kentucky fair for 1806 M far I relortedc Ilarnd berg August 81 days Porn Creok AtlfUit lat days Shepher August 154 days IIC Lnwremrolnirp August 16I days Liberty Aug littiara Vane AtIpIt lA4 days BrodkeedAug163 days Guthrt August 17 i days Cofeiabia Attf Ztt4 days SheJUjrvilW August 2t4 days SprinftfoM Automat 854 days i London Aut t13 days NfeholMvilW August tiardfUtwo August 304 Jays I Somowal August t days Floront August 104 days EllzaUethtown Sept iS days Glasgow Sept IL1 days The Kentucky State Pair Lexington September 188 days Henderson Septomb 9G6 days September t74 days IFatmouth October 106 days lUiwnda oaihter had run away with 2000 of hie employers honloftrncd mbnqy und the old man was in despair d i He rushed to the nearest drug tort- HqJeme some prison he cried wlsltte suicide Sure answered tho obliging clerk What will you havemorphine or carbolic nekl- Titewnd 7 hesitated tlWellII hp wild whleh is the cheap tUClevolnnd Loader A YQQ4lfopl county man found his wife In questionable quarters in lox j n and took her before Judge glut j looit and darnandod u eiI ores The Judge told him that he would have to bring suit for n separation which would take some time to try after ontcrod When ho found that it might take soy ernltlontJ to got the divorce he por suai ed tho woman to return homo and thytoftnpparantiyne happy a if noth Our Sympathies iliollllHous und dyspoptk arc con siafct suiTorotw and appeal to ear fiywtwUilto Them Is not ono of thorn hka W who may not be brought UaikQjienUh and hupplnoHH by the resitsnimhorlnina Stoinauh und I Lwflfi1i1ate Those tablets Invlgur atY lh iOinarfi nnd Liver and 8ttc iliOntJio rtlRostion They also w nltipHje bowls For solo by nil g4ti 4 lt novae soon a woman botrnas ggg rib Jljpirfo assorted tho profos r Biii4ucross tho room professor t anil lot mii Introduce you to my wife she has had every figure that has been Infashlgn for the last 10 years 1 Houston Post e Mrs Ida Lon street widow of the Confederate General was thrown from her horse while out riding atGainaville Ga ller foot hung in tho stirrup and she waif dragged for some distance before the animal came to n stand i Mrs Lbngatrects right arm was brok cn and her body badly bruised Slek headache results from a dis ordered condition of the Stomach and is q cured by Chamberlains toniach and Liver Tablets For stile 1alhdrtesggiats Tho dcad body of William Jones a wealthy farmer of near Carml III- wasfdiunddn a deserted pasture Ho liadbeen robbed and killed 1 Two men In 1000 in Swceden are il S literate three in Norway and Denmark ie in Russia and 130 in England yam A Libel Suit Withdrawn Speaking of libel suits reminds us of one that had an agreeable ending says tho Kentucky Journal Jug after tho stormy scones following the useu Hlnatlon of Gov Goebel Mr Lum W Laster who had boon Gov W O Broth leys inspector and oxaniinur sued us as proprietor of the Stanford lNTHltOR JOURNAL for u publication which con nected his name with one of the assas sination crowd It turned out that it wns another Ixiator und we so stated in subsequent odltlun but Mr Lester was hunt on suing and sued for 10000 In thu Whitley circuit court Tho trial was sot for n certain day and wo went thither with nn attorney Political fooling was running vary high In that mekrtdllin republican county ami wo are sure Umt had wo been forced into trial a verdict for the full amount and death on the gallows would have ro suited Rut Judge Thomas Z Morrow one of the bwt men we over know and who bud boot our steadfast friend since wo wore n boy roallied tho extent of the political lurojudfco there ex isting and tontinawl the case saying tljrtt htt would not be able U try it At that twin Shortly afterwards Gov Ilradloj woe In out office and wo told him of the wit Ho had not MAnl of it und ox pressing ionirteo afehcd for jmpor und pun ami Ink This Is wlmtlia wrote Dear Lum If you dont withdraw that suit against Walton you are no friend of mine Your frioad W 0 URADtKV This was mulled to Lum and In duo course ef teeth this reply enmo Dear Governors Youm recoived Just as you say not as I aura Suit ta dismissed Your friend 0 W LwriBit Of coarse w made nil tho amends honorable wo could and this oooed what might have resulted In heavy damages and a tragedy er se huskies This and other fayaiti from two reimblicam M bitterly parUttm M we confess to be onnolve have inndo us lifelong friends of both and unless they shall be guilty horttfifter ef such high crimes and rtte demeanors nl wo know thorn Inc pu bio of wo will never say anything but good of them nor over set down aught In malice against them A Touching story In the HnviiiK froth death of the baby girl of Goo A Kylw Cumberland Md Ho writs At the ago of 11 nionUis our link girl WUH in declining health with sKrlons Tliroat Trouble and two physicians gave her up Wo teen almost In despair when w re solved to Wy Or Kings New DUrov wy fOr Consumption Coughs and Colds Tliollrnt bottle gave relief after taking four bottles site was cared and la now In perfect IwtilUi If Never tells to rollovo and cure a cough or cold At O L 1onnys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Ere of Crab Orch ard 60c and 8100 gtiaranted Trial bottle frco- Although tho circus is areInstitution peculiarly and typically American over 00 per cent of tho circus performers and specialists are foreigners Mr Uailey calls attention to this in lib pro MKitus stating that in Europe the struggle for existence ta so sharp that people will attempt things in which failure means death and which no American would think of undertaking in order to fit themselves for thetrapeso or the ring of some American circus whore they aro certain of a good alary Century Tho strike order of the telegraphers union on tho Groat Northern nnd North urn Pacific railways has been generally obeyed Hundreds of operators have gone out on both lines necessitating the closing of scores of stations and causing grout hindrance in tho moving of trains Freight matter in loss than curload lots is being refused nt Minnq BX lis and St Paul Tho railway olli dials say thoy will have enough nOn in 10 days to fill tho places of tho strikers and maintain n normal service The Kansas City Journal says that Highland man vouches for the truth of time following story Ho had a lion that wns bound to set She had no eggs but scraped Into her nest n fourounce bot tle containing n small quantity of whis ky After six weeks our informant discovered that 12 small snakes had been hatched and the hen wn carefully guarding them- Milkmans mLawyer Your car hit tho milkmans wagon and split 20 gallons of milk Companys Lawyer No ony 10 gal lonsMilkmans Lawyer He told me 20 Companys LawyerI know but he wasnt allowing for the water A tower operator at Kendallville Ind a Junction point to prevent acol IIslon ditched one of the trains No one was killed NEWS NOTES Will Cumback author politician and lecturer died at Greensburg Md Life sentences were imposed on three youthful holdup men at Chicago An automobile party nt Chicago was hold up nnd robbed by masked men Fire at S1 Joseph Mo did 50000 damage to tho mont plants of Swift Co ISxport cracksman In New York made a haul at 4000 in money und jewelry The general store of Harned Broth cm Caneyvtllo valued at 13000 was destroyed by fire- ltocKQrellor Interests are said to be behind a company which will be a competitor of tho oarlxm Robbers ransacked time Junctioneruil huntand farowoll letters committed suicide Wills rowing across Niagara river at Tontuvnndn Richard Johtwon was dyIUndesirable immigrants from nit parts of Burojw are pouring into the United Status in greatly increased numbersJohn Herndon of Ixjuisville died of Brights disease He was n Confederate soldier and native in polities and business Auditors Mont Lucas has filed suit against 176 persons and firms at Hop klnsvillo unwilling to compromise omitted tax asiomments It is said the Isthmian Canal Com mission has about decided to suspend any ettompt at digging the canal until bettor prepared for the work Seven snilors wore killed and ought seriously injured by the explosion of a submarine mine during mining prac tice near Stockholm Sweden Dtstrnctten of mosquito larvae by pc tntoum anal tINt weeding out of shrub bsry in moist places in and about Now Jersey resorts has almost eliminated the poets It is stated in Now York that inter ests controlled by the Seaboard Air Line will extend tho South and West ern railroad from Spruce Pine N C IU present terminus 286 miles to tho bituminous coal Holds of Virginia at u cost of 15000000 Haas and Pockharn tho New York witnesses in the cotton leak Investigation wore again before tho grand jury in Washington but declined to answer any questions having a tendency to in criminate them They woro paroled in tho custody of their attorney Robert Houlston superintendent of Fairview Cemetery Bowling Green who disappeared several weeks ago deserting his wife and daughter has been heard from and according to dis patches from Boston is on route to Ire land Roulston is thought to be de merited The Hoard of Prison Commissioners paroled two convicts Tuesday Georgia Mailer life convict from lull county sent In 1S93 was paroled Frank hull convicted of robbery four years ago from Johnson county was granted his freedom Ho was a victim of lung troubleIn of u telegraphers strike tho Great Northern and North ern Pacific railways have notified the agents and operators on tho two roads that the proposition as to the rate of wages is final and they can oithift1 ac edit it or leave tho service The order affects nearly 2000 men The annual reunion of tho members of the John II Morgan Association of Veterans will be hold at Park Ky on the Kentucky Central Rail road August 16 1905 Reduced rates will bo furnished over the railroads and time comfort and convenience of those attending will ho amply provided forMrs Arabella Marcjim widow of ulsinatIyears ago has filed u petition in tho Fayefte cir cuit court praying to be allowed to take tho deposition of Mose B Fcltner the deposition to bo used in action for dam ages against certain Breathitt county citizens Plaintiff alleges that Feltner is liable to bo killed by parties interest ed Nothing on tho Market Equal- to Chamberlains Colic Chol era and DIarrhma Remedy This tart Is wellknown to druggists everywhere and nine out of ten wilt give tholr customers this preparation when the best Is asked for Mr Obe Wltmer u prominent druggist of Jop Un Mo in circular tohls customers says There Is nothing on tho mar ket in tho way of putentmcdlclno which equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel ntmendthisdruggists I MISS KATHERINE WARREN Mss Warren in a daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter S Warren of this city and n granddaughter of Mr Silas An derson one of Lincoln countyswealth icit men Site is now setting type on the SoniQrsefMountaineor and is one of the fasterlady compositors in the an exceedingly handsome young wpaan and very popular CRAB ORCHARDIOur town has being drained on Lancaster Street which will bo worth hundreds of dollars from a sanitary standpoint Charlie Butcher Jr colored state that the well at the depot will be opened by him on Saturday ands mnday free to tho public except such foliations as the crowd aces At to give for his ser vies In waiting on them This well was always free to the town in years past and it was a sad blow to the sick when it wns locked up as many came here for this alone and considered it a pana cea for every ailment There is considerable sickness near here Clarence Collier at the depot has fever Rufus Johnson nnd Mrs Turnbull have typhoid fever Mes dames Juno Hutchison and Margaret Gormley are just recovering from dysentery Burch Buchanan is out again much to the joy of his ninny friends Mrs M V Logan is rejoicing over the removal of a cancer from her breast by Dr Bye of Kansas City Mrs Logan has borne her sufferings heroically and the sore is fast healing She wants all her friends to know of Ier recovery Curtis Egbert of Chicago is with his mother for a short vacation Will Pettus and wife are visiting Mrs Joe Rinehnrt In London Dr Phillips a physician from Wayne county has lo cated here and gone in partnership with Dr Dooms Ho comes with splendid re commendations having diplomas from threo medical colleges and what is bet ter than all else is moral Ial1ll temper ate A most bewitching little widow Mrs Kennedy of Harmons Lick vie ited here Monday Misses Mary Finn cis nnd Sallio Jenkins jvo popular young ladies from Jelllco were guests of Miss Susie Dillion Hnrvoy Collier of Louisville was with the homefolks this week Miss Mitchell of Lexing ton visited Misses Pearl nnd Clara Collier and captivated several of our young men At loast that is the way It looks since she loft There is a young bachelor in groat trouble Says ho has proposed to every widow around here and there are 37 but none has said yes What can be the matter withour widows ArousedPublic Is Tim yiihlio Is aroused ta n knowledge of tho uurativo merits of that grotto medicinal tonic Kleotrlc Hitters for sick stomauh liver and kidwys Mary H Walters of 540 St lair writesForovernlI end over and ague my nerves were wrccKed I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak hon useless doctors drugs that I could not ont Soon after beginning to take Ulectrlo Hitters I obtained relief und in u short tlmo 1 was entirely cured Guaranteed at G rl Pennys drug store Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orchard price 60c A Georgetown dispatch says The third child a son about seven years old of Harmon Willoughby died from eating Ijlmsonlf weed on which Paris green had been sprinkled to kill tobac co flies Two other children girls aged four and five died from the same cause A little forethought may save you no end of trouble1 Anyone who makes It a rule to keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Dlarrohca Remedy at hand knows this to be a tact For sale by all druggists 100 100 Come to DR W N CRAIG j l THEIDRUGGIST OPTICIAN- OF j STANFORD KY Before Aug 7th and have your Eyes Tested free of Charge Will guarantee to fit your eyes correctly with first quality leri flpic convex or concave spherical Lens Absolutely white crystal In straight tern rile Aluminoiil frame with rase fur 81 Offer goml till Aut 7th ThisIis n uouconisivo frame as durable as gold ami well worth twice the price Sly patients have the privilege of coming back nt any time and haying the TEST VJSHIFIKI and that you kuuw is what makes n guarantee worth something i The White Lily Washer is something new Try one and you will welcome wash days Sold on trial Try one W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY I To popularize their now husiness in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added T G Weatherf COt HUSTON VILLE KENTUCKY Asks you tp cnllniul you wilt he convinced that they can feather your nostiun Hot Weather everything pumpfromwith more ease than any pump made Tin roofing will last longer than any roof and costs very little more See about any kind of metal work SeH ILDIRIDGE 1Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky wea McRoberts ISTANFORD Soils Kurlees Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wail Paper White Lead ant Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug De3troyeik ru T r The Interior Journal t IEC WAI TO- NDBJHOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For llepmcntntlre J M ALVERSON F rCountY1udge R C WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W HERRIN TilE Southern Farm Magazine has collected some statistics about the South which arc quite interesting The comparison is between conditions in I860 and lOOt Thb figures show that today the South has almost asI large a population as the entire try had before the war began that It has most as large a valuation and that it has more railroads more exports more cotton spindles and in n general way it is richer in natural resources bank deposits pig iron and coal than was the entire republic in 1860 No one who looks at the figures can have any doubts as to the future of the South At no distant day It is bound to be the predominant figure in I the countrys commerce TWENTYFIVE dozen spring turkey have been shipped from Maysville to N II for thePeace Com tPortsmouth peace with their appetites After these are devoured the misunderstandiug between Russia and Japan may receive the attention of the distinguished gentlemen A NEBRASKA woman jabbed a pits fork through her husbands diaphran 4 when he refused to buy her a new hat And the Frankfort Journal is unkind enough to ask What is a husband for except to buy his wife hats 7 A FRANKLIN county man shot his wif because she would not kiss him while he was intoxicated The strong arm of the law should now shoot him down a r little hole with a good strong rope around his neck JOHN KING the first man to engrav the Lords Prayer on a 10cent piece has just gone to the poorhouse That i was naturally the end of a man who would engage in as small business as that As all of the three members of the State Boanl of Election Commissioner reside in the 8th district there ought not to be any doubt about fair election in this neck of the woods this year THE only woman train dispatcher is dead at Niles Mich She is said to have handled railroad trains with as much skill as the average society woman does the train to her dress MARSE HENRY WATTERSON is back from his trip abroad and the interesting letters he has been sending the Courier Journal will cease the mores the pity POLITICAL Former Congressman John Dougherty Is dead at Liberty Mo Andrew F Meadow has been ap pointed postmaster at Whitman Whit ley county The Republican primary to nominate candidates for the various county offices in Bell will be held Saturday Hon John W Alexander formerly representative from Mason county in the General Assembly is dead at Mays ville M Witte the Russian Peace Envoy la quoted as saying the Japanese condi tions will be so intolerable as to not ad mit of discussion- As the result of a political contro versy Fred Hosher And Henry Ahrens town officers fought in a saloon at Peoria III and Ahrens was killed H F Greene member of the civil t service commission who is in Kentucky looking into irregularities in Federal offices says it is peculiar that demo crats did not take civil service exami Beckham has named as party members of the State Election Com mission Charles R McDowell of Dan ville as the member for the Dem tocraticparty and A R Burnam oft as the member for the Re publican party The Democrats of Laurel county wilt have only two candidates county- emcee this ear It is that IJack Wiggins of East Bernstadt will r the race for Jailer against G P Johnson and either Nathaniel Sewell or J M Feltner will make the race fort County Superintendent against J K Lewis The can t in and thank their stars that neither have to hustle or hand- overLondon Local I It Here and ThereI 1Dr Smith of Somerset has located at Buckeye Berry Hensley shot Moso Middleton Jr to death In Harlan Daniel Darling of Allegheny Pa fatally shot his wife and tried to kill his motherinlaw- It is said that Mrs Cassie Chad wicks creditors will realize only sever mills on the dollar Lewis S Frederick prominent Shel byville real estate and insurance manI died of heart trouble Mrs Elizabeth Craig of McCrackcr county died from blood poison caused by a fishbone scratch Mrs Mary Shaw of Marrowbone Cumberland county committed suicide by hanging in her As a result of a barnIbusiness H H H A Rose at PaducahIThe body of nent attorney of Omaha Neb was found floating in a creek While chaperoning a party of young persons George Turney was drowned in a lake near Newburn Tenn Memphis Negroes will hold a mass meeting Sunday to inaugurate a movement against the Jim Crow lawIThe mill warehouses and the Kansas City Milling Company were destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 150000 The increased mortality from yellow fever at New Orleans is said to be due to the fact that the Italians are concealing cases among them until too late to do anything for the patients Mrs John G Carlisle the wife of former Secretary Carlisle is danger ously ill at her summer home in Bay shore Long Island and little hope is entertained of her recovery Mrs Car lisle has been in falling health since the death of her two sons Will and Logan six and eight years ago For the last month Mr Carlisle has been at the bedside of his wife Although there is an increase in the number of deaths at New Orleans the health authorities display no alarm and still feel confident of controlling the epidemic of yellow fever They maintain that the alarm manifested in neighboring States is unjustified Practically all thu victims are among the poor Italians who are panicstrick en and seek to avoid investigation by the health officers Sergius Witte Russias ranking en voy to the peace conference arrived in New York Lid was greeted with cheers from a large crowdas he descended from the gang plank at the steamship docks In an interview Mr Witte as serted that he was favorable to peace While peace however was desirable to Russia he said it was not indispensable He spoke in high praise of the valor of the Japanese The commercial bodies of Louisville have protested to Gov Beckham that the specifications for Kentuckys new Capitol have been so drawn as to ex elude many of the manufactures of the State He has been asked to have the specifications changed and to delay the letting of the contracts The manufacturers of paints andoilgand plumb- Ing supplies are the chief complainants Gov Beckham has declared that all things being equal Kentucky should have the preference in supplying ma terials for the new Statehouse and has notified Architect Andrews to cut out all specifichtions which discriminate against Kentuckymade goods HUSTONVILLE e Mrs N W Pipes and son Harry and Mrs J B Honaker leave on the 2th for a months sojourn at Old Point Comfort Cowan McCormack are shipping a car of good stock ewes to Georgetown Lutea S Co have a large number of stock ewes for sale A splendid 175 acre blue grass farm for sale at a bargain Improvements and locality very desirable Call on or address W R Williams L C Dunn has opened a firstclass meat market next door west of Hotel Veatherford and having a large refrigerator will keep on hands at all times firstclass meats at low prices The fair association will declare adiv lend in a short time which will be an agreeable surprise to many of its stockholders and insures a still larger and better exhibition next year under theme efficient management The interest in our fair and the old West End far and near is indicated by attendance at the last exhibit from the following States TennesseetAla iama Georgia Missouri Texas Illinois Ohio and Indiana Mrs McCarty and Jeff Austin have piped gas from the well recently drilled at Salem and are delighted so far with it The from this well is gradually increasing which is an unusual feature in other gas districts and Indicates its continuance There will be preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday- lxt by the pastor Rev subject will be Skeptics Objections to Miracles At the morn nor Miss Lelia Wheeler will sing The Lord is My Light II Abe Newton of the Newtonian Hotel here Informs your correspondent that he is going to buy at once anuptodate four or six passenger automobile to be- n to interest of his hotel He expects to get same here in time to take a party to the Liberty fair at which willcarry pas lengers to and from the grounds IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Kate Berry is dead at Danville Mrs Elizabeth Goucher aged Is dead at Nicholasvillc Henry Brooks aged 21 was drowned while bathing In a pond near Parks- vile Mrs A J Goodfriend wife of a prominent merchant of Mlddlcsboro is deadWilliam Blankenship of Mercer has been married 37 years and has moved 65 timesThe Oil Co will move its distributing station from iDanville to Junction City L Philpot a bank boss at the New Diamond Coal Co in Laurel was sc riously stabbed by Frank Turner ami ner On Elisha creek Leslie county Felix Hoskins a farmer Is said to bac been shot and killed by Nick Garrison at the latters house Hoskins and Garrison were cousins Frank James will be one of the draw ing cards at the Uniontown fair this month He and his pals drew about 2000 out of the Bank of Columbia nnd killed its cashier April 29 1872 Near Wild Ie working men engage in putting In concrete foundations for bridge piers found a drummers grip filled with sample bottles of whisky and wine deeply embedded under five feet of water and three feet of clay Once et least every year we get a saucy note from Joe Ballou Stan ford This time it is simply give us another dollars worth of the good thing and forthwith we marked him up for a dollar and a halfs worth Somerset Journal Rev C M Humprey of the Methodist church of Wilmore was arrested on the charge of using abUslv and insulting language to Mrsl Charle Grow His trial resulted in ahimg jury A coat of tarand feathers would fit Mr Humphrey most becomingly The firm of Hume Bros owners of the second largest cooperage plant ir the United States and located at Richmond was forced into involuntary bankruptcy by the filing of papers ir the Federal Court at Covington settin forth certain claims and charging inability on part of to meet them No regular schedule of complete liabilities was filed but it is that the debts of the firm may reach 400000 The plant is val ued at less than half sum As the result of the involuntary assign ment 250 people are thrown outof work entailing a weekly loss of 2000 NOTICE Nee A K Grime and O Hnlnwi for nil InlrIInnllIlIInfliction Guaranteed Box 8 Htanford Ky The- CORDON SCHOOL For Boys In tho Country PROFANCORDON Whose boarding school for tori has loin iKtn noted in ontral Kentucky for Ilrn discipline thorough Instruction nml loll inonili him IxniKtU the beautiful Joel iiendrlrk Place 8 miles Kant of Frank fort ISmlnutei wiilk from Hoge Station the1t N It It lie lnvItes parents who conMder the formation of character tht corneritcme of education to examine th Idewl condition atTordnl by his school fruit every point or view The school opens Sept I 1905 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue SHERIFFS SALE I ar B y virtue of execution No 113 directed l 0 which Iudfrom the clerks oak of the Lincoln county circuit court In favor ur lerr1Yruzlr agtlnst J F Waters and flea or one of my deputies wll on MONDAY AUOUHT Ifltd Betvrren the hour of I oelOlk e nt tits courtlousedoor III Stanford Lincoln county Ky expose to public ale to the hlghent bidder the follow property tor no much thereof us may be tecosorytosatisfy pliilntln debt Interest mid cutl towltt 011 block inure about bunds three inches high and her suckling colt also tho following renlcstnte In Lin coln county Ky bounded follows On horn on Jtout by A O T Hmlth and lticlutrd on west ice Cllvemund lr Uwwltl on hough by Kin coin unit Boyle turnpike rood containing bout trti ncres more or loss About IIJJ lien of which Is In comity Ky the IInee being In Boyle county jy The sold nhrest levied upon Is the unIIIIII tnler ett In the whole sub dower Inter est of Mr Hnrah J Inllhnll- TaIIMHoThe tale will Iw inmlo on n eyed it of six months loud with approved scour Ity required bearing Interest at the rote ore 1111nclI1MIng Julyaelly O T WOOO 1 H L Jommissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court LouUvllle Tobacco Warehouse Co Plain tiff v K P Knulconer et nl Defendants Notice of kal- e1ursunntto n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered In tin nbovo styled undenlgniIIn front of the court house door In Htruitmd aI lit public outcry to hlgnestanti best bidder the of teteugdfonlnandtotintollowlnRdeserlbd Llnroln county estate is wt its follows beginning lit a state In the Stanford and Homerwt turnpike nag corner to John W Johnson his line N Key K isles to a tone corner to W D Johnson thence his line N icu pole to a whltf In the old line thence with some N 84 W poles to two sweet cuing corner to H Hlm thence hi lino H Vial pole to a tone corner to David Him thence his line pikehenceIn the Wet side or the pike thence H 3 K 31 pole to the beginning and containing M acres byiurvey The vale will be made on n credit of ilx tonths and the will be required to give bond for the purchase price with good securlt the Gomniliitoner nlhearing sixpercent interest Irma dtae of Mile GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C t 4 0- xw I SEOESIFor Men and Boys We have too many and trust these prices + will move them THE URFIT In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes reduced from 395 to 350 Our 3 00 grades and the styles aregood and quality satisfac tory Reduced to 2 50 We a lot of off in we are at for and for the are but old See we you will be 4 I lure bred Berkshire hogs and Houtbdowu Mhrp Also hint yearling Burks J Ii Carpenter Hustonvllle KIJUlIE l1 CLABSSOU KY rtntOlait Tnrnouti Special Attention Grain and RaT For salt For desire toll farm of etwen or Inn Ism yard from Vnink mm It has n nUll wellpl mineral WKtfr- n show Thewill solid matter per gallon ronslthg or alfumrnl a HKH Salem Ky Je S Invite you to Inspect their stock of gosh and get their prices They wont shore of your whattyou OlIIInt low IrlfUItIII n call r Jean llnw yi KHinnjl Blankets and Yarn Mend us take wool In rsehnnga for work IIlIowlllll the inurket price lIthrneUlln IInrolltI lull or Wrl prices and Agents wonted P 0 Crab Orchard Ky Thi delluhtful old Hummer resort is now The building are In good own the water Is Mete and the table lint Sins Harriett Walter I again Hi chargo of the kitchen which mean 8 YlSV Good tatio and ollr horse well Write to- E KI8HKK Ornb Orchard ky I Xy flaying Iwught ille McKlnne ltollor Mille odd secured the Rvltre or Mr W r11l11- tdenlr nil miller I Iel wnrnlllt ed In offering to a mill second to none In work of any kind The repair omit the pro lust of It itniKli second to none III this sea Cuttont grinding willlion of nlto kfell on blllld wllUellat the lowest market price Hay VeedEtcatwo tnstock I Wllllt to buy four wheat will tuy you the highest n market for it J MllitlhIY McKhmoy Ky I Hcreen doom window sereeusmind screen Ing Blue Klume Wlckle 011 Htoviw Lace lurtnlns Rhlldel loles xtenlon llruck Iortlerre Urulhes to remove ection UarIwt and Rulfdlng JlIllr Moor Windows wall rnj cr raiiu vnriusa Htalns and KiiameU Plcturu thou HuggleseNew nnd Old Furn tllre Oome see yon con ullmo somethl0 not keep Goal Liv er of Morse nod bURllle and feed EJlcellent undertaking equipment Plenty hones and teed Uuhber Tiring tone Moreland Ky r I C You all i itt are few Tans and re duced from 350 to 300 + and Re duced from 250 to 2 Youths sizes from 175 to 135 and lit 150 to 125 have styles ladies and chil drens slippers which 50c Children and 75c Ladies They good quality styles them and cotvincedi4tlllltltl lllllllltlllll 1IFOK SALE NEW LIVERY STABLE lrenIUNCTION CITY toTravellnRNesske Small Farm Sale niimpmn- Hnrlms watercontin 17141gnsrn- of bltlonotetonvoltllt Murphy Son Hcdgcvillc Kentucky Itltoa McKinney Woolen Mills McKhmoytKontucky Mnnufnstureraof Inrorlllatioli Dripping Springs IlutelTperwvek ROLLER MILLS McXinney experienced grilldlnfur alIkincbsw1sl THE VERDICT uburtnlnYrllllll- dMouldlnRIfIlU Pruitt Brothers MANSS know There good Boys Vici gents think Our stock of School Books 1 iii- School Bags Pens Ink Slates all kinds of School Supplies is reaeym l- for you We are headquarters this m line PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky 1 4IFirst National BanksCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally eiUbllihed the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 then rforgunlted the National Hank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorRanlted the First National Rank of Stanford In 183 hUTlnjr practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 year It supplied now with faelllUel for transact lag business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited ee t J R Paztoo J B Owiley II Shank W O Walker Oeo W Garter j Foster L 0 WH Cummin wMheightB w Shank THE h as Patents 7 Oxfords in Patents I tie selling McKINNEY Tablets in Ky as al n bad is better Gooch II Successors to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch bailneai relations will prove mutually beneficial 3 B IIOOKEB Preit 8 T HAitnu V Pru- J J UcKOBKKTg Cbr W H WEAUKNAit Ohn Directors T Reid Danville T Harrii Stanford J 8 locker Stanford K I Tanner M D Elmore Stanford It Baughman T P Hill Jn Robinson J II BanKbman BlanfordtJ U Pcttin 0 E Tate NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 98OOOO Directors from contlnnoutlyf OfficersJ4 LINCOLN COUNTY I Oft r 4H SHANKS President J B PaxtonVice W M BKIOUT Cashier ws O WALKER Ant Cashier STANFORD MALL FEMALE SEMINARY t 4 First term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1005 Our faculty is strong equipment firstclass surroundings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by the beet institutions in tho State rates veryreasonable Dont send off to school when you have as good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLI8 President Stanford Kyli t r1The Interior Journal E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET IForHUBBLE Senator For Ilepreicntntlve t J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARREN For County Attorney f W SBURCft For Sheriff SRIFor County ClerK GEORGE B COOPER For Anessor t W A CARSON For Superintendent Schools GARLAND SINGLETON tForJlIer- l W I HERRIN TilE Southern Farm Magazine has collected some statistics about the South which aro quite interesting The comparison is between conditions in I860 and 1904 The figures show that today the South has almost as large a population as the entire coun f try had before the war began that it has almost as large a valuation and that it has more railroads more ex ports more cotton spindles and in a general way it is richer in natural resources bank deposits pig iron and f coal than wash the entire republic in 1860 No one who looks at the figures can have any doubts as to the future t of the South At no distant day it is bound to be the predominant figure in a the countrys commerce TWENTYFIVE dozen spring turkeys have been shipped from Maysville to N II for thePeace Com tPortsmouth peace with their appetites After these are devoured the andwr distinguished gentlemen A NEBRASKA woman jabbed a pitch Ctfork through her husbands diaphram he refused to buy her a new hat And the Frankfort Journal is unkind enough to ask What is a husband for except to buy his wife hats 1 A FRANKLIN county man shot his wife because she would not kiss him while he was intoxicated The strong arm of the law should now shoot him down a little hole with a good strong rope around his neck JOHN KING the first man to engrave- the Lords Prayer on a 10cent piece has just gone to the poorhouse That was naturally the end of a man who would engage in as small business as that As all of the three members of the State Board of Election Commissioners reside in the 8th district there ought not to be any doubt aboutfair elections in this neck of the woods this year Tim only woman train dispatcher r is dead at Niles Mich She is said to s have handled railroad trains with as much skill as the average society woman does the train to her dress MARSE HENRY WATTERSON is back from his trip abroad and the interesting letters he has been sending the Courier Journal will cease the mores the pity POLITICAL Former Congressman John Dougherty is dead at Liberty Mo Andrew P Meadow has been ap pointed postmaster at Whitman Whit ley county The Republican primary to nominate candidates for the various county offices in Bell will be held Saturday Hon John W Alexander formerly representative from Mason county in the General Assembly is dead at Mays ville M Witte the Russian Peace Envoy is quoted as saying the Japanese condi tions will be so intolerable as to not ad mit of discussion As the result of a political contro versy Fred Hosher and Henry Ahrens town officers fought in a saloon at Peoria and Ahrens was killed II F Greene member of the civil service commission who is in Kentucky looking into irregularities in Federal offices says it is peculiar that demo crats did not take civil service exami- nationsa Gov Beckham has named as party members of the State Election Com mission Charles R McDowell of Dan- villee as the member for the Dem ocratic party and A R Burnam of Richmond as the member for the Re publican party Democrats of Laurel wil have only two candidates foGy offices this It is that Jack Wiggins of East Bcrnstadt will make the race for Jailer against G P Johnson and either Nathaniel Sewell or J M Feltner will make act for County Superintendent against JKLewis The can lay in the shade and thank their stars that neither have to hustle or hand overLondon Local i1Ir cov Here and There Dr R M Smith of Somerset has located at Buckeye Berry Hensley shot Mose Middleton Jr to death in Harlan Daniel Darling of Allegheny Pa fatally shot his wife and tried to kill his motherinlaW It is said that Mrs Cassie Chad wicks creditors will realize only seven mills on the dollar Lewis S Frederick prominent Shel byville real estate and insurance man died of heart trouble Mrs Elizabeth Craig of McCracken county died from blood poison caused by a fishbone scratch Mrs Mnry Strnwof Marrowbone Cumberland county committed suicide by hanging in her barn As a result of a quarrel over their business H II Loving shot and killed H A Rose at Paducah The body of I S Andrews a promi nent attorney of Omaha Neb was found floating in a creek While chaperoning a party of young persons George Turney was drowned in a lake near Newburn Tenn Memphis Negroes will hold a mass meeting Sunday to inaugurate a move ment against the Jim Crow law The mill warehouses and elevator of the Kansas City Milling Company were destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 150000 The increased mortality from yellow fever nt New Orleans is said to be due to the fact that the Italians are con cealing cases among them until too late to do anything for the patients Mrs John G Carlisle the wife of former Secretary Carlisle is danger ously ill at her summer home in Bay shore Long Island and little hope is entertained of her recovery Mrs Car lisle has been in failing health since the death of her two sons Will and LoganI six and eight years ago For month Mr Carlisle has been at the bedside of his wife Although there is an increase in the number of deaths at New Orleans the healthauthorities display no alarm and still feel confident of controlling the epidemic of yellow fever They maintain that the alarm manifested in neighboring States is unjustified Practically all the victims are among the poor Italians who are panicstrick en and seek to avoid investigation by the health officers Sergius Witte Russias ranking envoy to the peace conference arrived in New York and was greeted with cheers from a large crawl as he descended from the gang plank at the steamship docks In an interview Mr Witte as serted that he was favorable to peace While peace however was desirable to Russia he said it was not indispensable He spoke in high praise of the valor of the Japanese The commercial bodies of Louisville have protested to Gov Beckham that the specifications for Kentuckys new Capitol have been so drawn as to ex clude many of the manufactures of the State He has been asked to have the specifications changed and to delay the letting of the contracts The manufac turers of paints and oils and plumbing supplies are the chief complainants Gov Beckham has declared that all things being equal Kentucky should have the preference in supplying ma terials for the new Statehouse and has notified Architect Andrews to cut out allspecifichtions which discriminate against Kentuckymade goods HUSTONVILLE Mrs N W Pipes and son Harry and Mrs J B Honaker leave on the 12th for a months sojourn at Old Point McCormack are shipping a car of good stock ewes to Georgetown Lutes Co have a large number of stock ewes for sale A splendid 175acre blue grass farm for sale at a bargain Improvements and locality very desirable Call on or address W R Williams L C Dunn has opened a firstclass meat market next door west of Hotel Weatherford and having a large re frigerator will keep on hands at all times firstclass meats at low prices The fair association will declare a div idend in a short time which will be an agreeable surprise to many of its stock holders and insures a still larger and better exhibition next year under the same efficient management The interest In our fair and the old West End far and near is indicated by attendance at the last exhibit from the following States Tennessee Ala bama Georgia Virginia Oklahoma Missouri Texas Illinois Ohio and In McCarty and Jeff Austin have piped gas from the well recently drilled at Salem and are delighted so far with it The from this well is gradually increasing which is an un usual feature in other gas districts and indicates iU continuance There will be preaching at the Pres byterian church Sunday next by the pastor Rev morning subject will be Skeptics Objections to inir The Lord b9i ylyLilhWheelcrwill sing Abe Newton of the Newtonian Hotel here informs our correspondent that he todaise four or tsixo be run to iforele hotel He expects to get same here in tefair Itwill carry pas se ng hers grounds IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Kate Berry is dead at Danville Mrs Elizabeth Goucher aged is dead at Henry NicholasvilleIwhile ville Mrs A J Goodfriend wife of a prominent merchant of Middlcsboro is deadWilliam Blankenship of Mercer has been married 37 years and has moved 65 timesThe Oil Co will move its distributing station from Danville to Junction City L Philpot a bank boss at the New Diamond Coal Co In Laurel was se riously stabbed by Frank Turner n mi ner On Elisha creek Leslie county Felix Hoskins a farmer is said to have been shot and killed by Nick Garrison at the latters house Hoskins and cousinsI one of the draw fair this month He and his pals drew about 52000 out of the Bankof Columbia and 1872Iengaged bridge piers found u drummers grip for filled with sample bottles of whisky and wine deeply embedded under five feet of water and three feet of Once at least every year we clayI saucy note from Joe Ballou Stan ford This time it is simply give us another dollars worth of the good thing and forthwith we marked him up for a dollar and a halfs worth Somerset Journal Rev C M Humprey pastor of the Methodist church of Wilmore was ar rested on the charge of us5ngtabusive and insulting language to Mrs Charles Grow His trial resulted In a hung ju ry A coat of tarand feathers would fit Mr Humphrey most becomingly The firm of Hume Bros owners of the second largest cooperage plant in the United States and located at Richmond was forced into bankruptcy by the filing of involuntaryI the Federal Court at forth certain claims and charging ina bility on thttpart of Hume Bros to meet regular schedule of complete liabilities was filed but it is understood that the debts of the firm reach 400000 The plant Is valmarat less than half sum As the result of the involuntary assign ment 250 people are thrown outof work entailing a weekly loss of 2000 NOTICE Be A K rlme and C Hnlnet for nil PawrIlnngingUfaclloii OuaranUtd flux VStttunford Ky The GORDON SCHOOL For Boys In the Country PROF A N CORDON lung1edltclpllne thorough Instruction nml buy morals hut ought the Ixiiutlfiil Jack Hendrlck IlncoJtS nines Hunt of Frank froniIiogeNnltlmtintheconsider the formation ot character the conwr tone of education to examine the Ideal conditions afforded hy bit school trout every joint of view The school opens Sept 11 1905 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue SHERIFFS SALE I Ky virtue of execution No IM directed to mV which Itsutd from the rlcrkii ottlo or atPerryon MONDAY AUOUKT 111MB Hotweeii thf liour of oclock F H 2 o clock P x nt the ollrthou door to Lincoln county h IXM to- nbllcale to the hlgto t lilililirthifollow nil property or no much thereof n limy nfcr ary tomitUfy plalntllliidebt Inttnst nml contHi towltt mn re about hand three lncln8 high ii rat her suckling colt also the following real estate In Lin OnNorthMnUth unit Itlchanl on Went hy Jeo fJlveiH und IT Lawwlllon Houth hy fln coln unit Iloylv turnpike road contalnlnc ultout VJ ncre utoroorleesLoutIOncresof which Is In Lincoln county Klhe tal IcInhrtent In the WhOIUhict to the dower Inter entof Mn TKitMHi The wile will Iw mode on acted curItyiand11It1eN1UByOT Commissioners Sale I CourtLouUvllle Co Ilnln nlUerepdnntNotleaInmmnt to n judgment of the Lincoln nlovetyled1liettollId Coinmlmloner of mid court will on MONDAY AlTCiUST HTH1W6 MhutfoldKyorUdlIIIIJtlontoLItyUlnInIIIlHlllnlurcl IluoNJohnton thence hi line N lolls to n UIIIN1111111111 thence hli lino in W lID poles to a InNRlOnIn1011N 10 the beginning olld contlllnlng to Hcrc hyiurvey clTx rtelulrllItogooc1lleUrltYIJlllynbl to the UOll1l11l loner centlnterell from dtae of Mile LFAC C I u I- xw OESFor Men and Boys We have too many and trust these prices will move them THE URFIT In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes re duced from 395 to 350 Our 3 00 grades and the styles aregood and quality satisfac tory Reduced to 2 L 50 You 175 135 a off styles and slippers we are selling at 50c for and for the Ladies are good quality but old styles See them we think you will be FOR SALE I IMre bred l rkhlre hog and Houthdowii AIhlthgrudcyenrltng MUnrwntcrlludonYllk NEW LIVERY STABLE Inn ft CLABSSC1J Inn UNCTION CITV KV firstClass Tnrnoutt at TreveUarlleoetee flpcclal Attention to Oraln and nay For Eela Small Farm For Sale I desire to ill my farm of ttlncr of Inm n ynnb from rllnk Mtut UIlIIllllIn Mpring It hue n wlllol nlurnt weber- a the following by HtiU 111 water contain IrMt IImllll of eoildrnntteriwrgnllancoultln nmcnl ty or hlorlell clout nod nutRntduntunle talclunl cnrto mite trace of Irvin lota and lithium coutpounds to wIllcll iKOIUIKIIIfKH hnr inht Write Mt Halcm Ky J S Murphy Son HedgevHlc Kentucky Invite yon to tth1r luck of Rood and III their price want n hamwill oOlIpatronngn lIt It U gums nt low prlces what you wvnt h- IhllIl1 McKinney Woolen Mills McKirmoy Kentucky Manufacturer of Jeans Limeys FIII1IIICI Mead us your wool Vie rail or writ for prices Agents wanted Dripping Springs P 0 Curt Orchard Ky old Hummer ro ort U now chillathewuUrItllntuilmlltheltnlle Unit Rood or chi lhn kitchen mean goat eating iood tnblo and ollr bow well cured fur flute I7pt T wtik Write to B HFIMIFnCm Orclmrd Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McKlnnoy Sy laving bought the olcKlllneltolhrollll nnd the 1tIC1 Mr W feel warrantdens an lJtJ1rhlIcltlllIllIlr1 ed In ollerlmr to the a wound to none In gtlll lllt It work ofnllyklnd The ulnchUieryInll In taut repolrmlnil pro necond to none In thll etc tbmkuttmimmlidloutoaallklml ywhlehll- allI Mill ut limn Hay yourx hens wIIINyyouwthi hlghrt enth for I- tJMlUltl11Y Ky THE VERDICT I doors window and screen trig Blue Klunitt Wlcklu Oll Lace Curtains Tutee Kxtennlon ets Carpets UUKI Matting Iortlerres Uurtnln Stretchers ISruthes to remove water trout door hy section Iiint Inpvr Doors Windows 1 Ilal Varnish nnnlxtId d New and NeYurnlMittOld you cnn ery niitno IbuglPlentyx c pent undertaking e Ittyfiber Tiring donePruitt BrothersMore nd Ky 1mtr THE MANSS know There few good Tans and Patents re duced from 350 300 eA Boys Oxfords Patents and Vici duced from 250 2 Youths sizes from and gents from 150 125IIWe have ladies chil 1drens which and 75c They and convincede tHoJ MROBERTS STANFOROJJ IIl1oWlnrtI Mchlnnoy lOur stock School Books Tablets ISchool Bags Pens Ink Slates and I kinds School Supplies is readyN I Ifor you We headquarters this Ime 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Qi Stanford Kentucky 9BBB BBB BB13BBB3 Bm J First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Tblft Institution was originally etUbllshed M the I tank of In IISI orSianrordthe First National Ilaik of Stanford In m having bad practically an bettersupplied everbeforeAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited CAPITAL t Directors R B Owiley H W O Oeo W Carter KoKtcr L 0 W II Uummlni W Ilrlght It L w II all ity are tot in Re to to lit tle to lot of in IUick 111xt your which lowest Hcreen screens Htoves Hlmdes llrauk of all of are in polt Stanford uninter Paxton Shanks Walker Oooch Uubble Shanks as Jl Bucceiiori to The Farmers Hank A Trust and under lame contlnnouilyforjltyoari SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such builneii relation will prove beneficial OffICAJ L HOOKER Prril T HARHU V Pre J7 McKOnKHTS Ch- rw1VEAR1iNAt Chi Directors F ReId Dnll1le T Haiti Stanford J locker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M U Elmore StanfordTJs Robinson lIubblelIL itant rJI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK 900000 J J j Company mutually J Officers KS s H BI1ANKB President J B Paxton Vice Ircitdenl W M BKIOIIT Cashier Wi 0 WALKERv Ant Oaihlir STANFORDIFirst term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1905 Our faculty is strong colLegovery reasonable Dopt send off to school when you have us good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky T f A117Go Fancy Silks at JOo Wilen fancy silks nt 09c- 20jhch White llabulai 2Jc 27inch White HabuUi SOc 12 J 10 and 25c waih goodn only lOc Bizo 18 in Black Corects Ilk Gut prices on nil Black and Tan Slippers tiGutprices on Mens Summer weight Shoes 11 VBoyV f0o WnisU only 38c WIB rt SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 11 1t l 1 ltFoJ n KY Acci 4 1005 WE have a now stock of box papor- sl that wilt Interest Now shapes an qunlltles Penny I Drug Store 1tPERSONALS pllpidt MtfB vcrIM ALVEHSON was in Cine In i1n business jf MMJS HUNDLEY is confined to l hcHm by illness itf fMR JAMKS T MBNHFBB went to Louisville yesterday Tin aged Mr W T WaUon of Grab Orchard is very sick MBS W T DAVIS of rinevilJo is with her relatives at KlnglvllleI Miss GLADYS MEIUUTT of Danville Is the guest of Miss Lorine Campbell MR J C MCCLAUY and Mien Llllio fMcGlary went to Frankfort Wcdnes- dar v- f Miss UESSiFSTOUrFEitof Richmond WILl the guest of tho Misses VanArs f dale D C EmvAiios was a passenger on Wednesdays southbound train Miss VinClNlA WAKWW ef MlddlOl1 boro Is vtilllriR Mm Iholjw Cobb In Doyle MRS JOSIE RANBY of PlkcTjllo Md is with the family of Mr T D fancy MR BHN B McRoniJivrs of Sheri f dun Ind spent several days here with 1YtLlAt1Slcs M1H MAUDE CART r loft yeiterday to ylitl relatives nt Cave City and Bow Green Miss AMBROSIA THOMAS of Louis vtii tA with her sister Mrs W C McRobcrULv Huonns Is spending a La few days with Mr B J Bcthurum at bit Vernon MR J R HARRIS wont to Louisville ryeeterdsy to buy goods for his store at Tunwrsvillc S MRS En PRICE and Ms Tommie Francis of Lancaster were here shop 11ping yesterday ROSA LVITCU antUlastcr Chas of Louisville Are with the Misses Goldstein 4 MR SIURGEON SYMPSOX of Middle burg was hero Tuesday looking for a small farm to rent MR JOHN D WILLIS of St Louts arrived Wednesday to visit Mil parents I at Crab Orchard Springs 1t MRS EDITH PBTTUS of Crab Orchard was the guest of her daughter Mrs James F Cummins HANDSfWB MISS RI881E WILLIAMS t of Mt Vernon was a passenger on yesterdays Southbound train Miss FANNIE ROYSTON daughter of Mr William Royston of Garrard is very ill with typhoid fever MR W G LACKRY wife and son Vlfcriy of St Louis are with the family of lion G A Lackey I EUOBNB ORNDORFF of Newark 0 ia visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R OrndorlT at Livingston nON R H THOMLINBON of Lancas ter and Mr W A Den leloC Lincoln were in tho city yesterday Frankfort Journal AND MRS N C FUOATB of county Vn are with their tMilEnd Mrs S R Manson in tho JAM THOMAS RICHARDS and family of Danville passed up to Corbin Tues day to reside They will go into the hotel business there Mn J B FLOYD of the Highland section returned from a prospecting t tour of Kansas yesterday He will feel + better satisfied now to live in Lincoln Mn WILLIAM F SHERIDAN who now f hails from Old Mexico is here with Mr J S Rice and his hostof other friends of health and as usual lie js tho picture is in find spirits Miss JENNIE LYNN of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs W Logan Wood Dr J R PenningtOn of Hus tonville will spend the week with Mr George CrowDanville News MISS EULAII TOTTEN and brother Mr Elwood Totten have issued invita tions to a Lawn Fete to be given by them at their pretty home on Danville t Avenue from 830 to 12 on tho evening of Aug 10 of Crab Orch DR WILl C PETTUS ant who was formerly with the Jack drug store here has bought an in son terest In the Rinehart stable and will with his family make London his Lov- el home In the future Dilliard Gooch of Waynesburg- and are working In interest of the Spot wood Lam 4y ber CoLondon Local LI Covingtotyesterday pentyelltenlnyMRS J G ItiDULB of Crab Orch HckrinJamt41McElwain went to Erlanger hisfriend leaveInrelatlvt8ForestusReidphohl fever and t Ie chances are that no will not live through the day LOCALS ENGLHHARDS coffees at Farris GBMIINB Jessamine hemp knives at W H Hiffgin PLBASB come ami what you owe me at once J B Middleton tailor 21 tHAI In another column the advertisement of the Gordon School for Boys J H lUUfiilMAN Cos mill U closed down while a new engine in being in stalled SAVE money for all watch clock and jewelry repairs by consulting ltd Fonzel Phone 163 1 LOST between townandhamoThurs day a gold beaded necklace Leave at I J office Miss Kit Huffman WE will give a years subscription to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for a mule Shepherd pup three to six months old A PARTY of Somerset people passed through yesterday afternoon in Newton big automobile to the Danville fair Tim L N offers a rate of 1700 for tho roundtrip to Atlantic City Aug 17 Tickets good returning 12 days af ter sale FoitSALSIladsdsomo 12llght chan delier for church Comparatively new Apply to Rev George W Mills Hus tonvllle Ky Tug good work of cutting weeds and cleaning up the town generally has begun in earnest Let no obstacle be put in the way of the commendable cause DAVID andA G Faulkner have bought a saw mill and will have it in operation near Highland by Aug 12 when they will do all kinds of saw- Ing to order MR ANSBLDILUON of Crab Orchard has been mooting trains with his bus for 18 years Tuesday Six months out of the year ho meets tho night as well as the day trains- EvrntYDO9Y coulddo so wont to the Danville fair yester day and Stanford was almost as dull as Danville is when there is nothing out of the ordinary going on there COMPLIMENTARY to the ladies of Stanford Mrs W M Bender of Lou isville will give a lecture at the lecture room of the Christian church thfa after noon at 3 oclock All ladies invited ISOTICE Those who hitch by the month at my stable after July 1st will bo charged regular prices for hitching when they have more than ono horse in my stable at the same time J IL Bcazlcy Prop IT is a little late to mention it but wo havo just learned that Mr Alex Martin our boss fiddler captured tho big end of tho prizes given in tho old fiddlers contest at Somerset ThereI were 12 entries Tim horse Mr and Mrs George Norton were driving ran away in the Shelby City section Tuesday throwing the occupants out of tho buggy and break ing three ribs for Mrs Norton She was otherwise painfully hurt IloiisesI will havo a carload of Western horses consisting of Ponies and Harness horses at the shipping pens McKinney Saturday afternoon Aug 5 Call and see them whether you want to buy or not J Nevin Carter IT is tho thing for fashionable woven now to wear white shoes and sky blue stockings The effect is said to be stunning Up to the hour of going to press however we have been unable sees to make ourself competent wit Ring Out the Old Ring in the New That what wo nro doing in regard to our Summer nnd Fall Goods We are moving out aa rapidly as possible all Sumner goods to make room for pur new Fall took which will soon begin to arrive Wo have to begin early in under to get the stock marked and arranged before selling time So I price is no object on Summer goods as wo must have room for the new JJUST received full lino of Diamond cutlery Guaranteed at Farris BLBDSOE BAILEY the tie on his bay saddle maro at the Danville Fair yesterday ITms11s the last day of tho Danville tako it in Youll re grot it if you dont CANNBL coal Glon Mary and Jollico coal See me before you buy W S Wigham Moreland THE first homegrown watermelons of tho season were brought to town Tuesday by Mr John II Engleman the boss melon raiser Ho has a fine patch of several acres AM sending out statements this II and will expect all who receive to call at my office and settle ac counts to date If I am not in my of flee please pay Dr Pennington R A Jones D D S Soon BEANSMrsW L Dawson showed us this morning a lot of poleI beans that measured 42 inches length They are of the Japanese va riety and the seed were given Mr1 Dawson by Postmaster J C Florence FIRST AND SECOND Mrs MattfcAl verson of Richmond mother of Mr J M Alverson of this office took both first and second premiums on black cake at the Richmond fair last week She also received several premiums on her wines r CARD OP THANKS inHis wisdom and mercy has deemed it best to take from us our dear loved onewlCeI and mother May God bless and com fort those who so nobly responded to our aid in that dark hour of grief and to you we wish to extend our heartfelt thanks Respectfully F Ingram and family A WELL EARNED GIFT Louis Lan dram editor of the Central Record of Lancaster has just received the gift of ahandsome silver berry howl on which is inscribed the following From the Kentucky Ire Association to President Louis Landram 19041905 On an attached card Is the sentence With best love and good wishes of the Kentucky Press Association to its re tiring president S W Menefee Morris Bartlett E A Gullion com mittee Tim Lincoln County Medical Society will meet at Dripping Springs Thurs tiny Aug 10 1905 at 10 oclock i Dr W J Edmiston Crab Orchard es nayest subject Enteritis Aetiology Pathology and Treatment Dr E J Brown Voluntary Dr J G Carpenter Prompt Skillful LifeSaving Surgery vs Delays Ignorance and Neglect Dr J T Wesley UptoDdto Lying in State Dr T P Caldwell London try Way of Treating Typhoid Fever Dr J W Acton Kingsville My Ex perienco with Small Pox and the Laity to Itch or Not to Itch Doctor now is the time to try tho Dripping Springs water Bring your patients Dr tier tio Carpenter Secy Iro Tern IN Judge J P Baileys court Wed nesday C D Evans was fined 50 Dr C M Thompson had a hung jury and M D Smith was acquitted These gen tlemen are trustees of the Kingsville public school and tho two former advis ed the teacher to continue the school after Judge Bailey nnd Superintendent Singleton had ordered it closed on ac count of smallpox in that section Mr Smith was opposed to a continuance of the school under tho circumstances and so told the teacher but he doubtless believed in a majority ruling and kept Ion teaching Mr Evans will appeal his case and Dr Thompson will have an other trial Saturday week Tho doctor says the disease in the Singleton fam ily is not smallpox but Dr Acton and Dr OBannon both pronounce it the trenuine articleCHURCMATTERS Bishop Robert K Hargrove is dead at Nashville paysitsSouthern Presbyterians have 1922 Sundayschools with 18346 officers and teachers and 148028 students The collection at the Presbyterian church next Sunday will be for the benefit of Synodical home missions The Mikado of JApan has compli mented the Y M C A work in the Japanese army also he donated 5000 for their work MATRIMONIAL Henry Gilcom and Miss Helen Fisher of Butler county drove to Evansville Id1SO miles and were married W C Black of Barbourville and Miss Mary Etta Shaffer daughter of- Mr and Mrs Solomon Shaffer of Rey 1svllle Pa were married Wednes day FOR SALE jlnvlnc sold my firm I hate for uli set orul Lend of Alxrdc a Angus cattle to wit forty young cow nmlcnlvif good lenthug uebfrrs r nUt rt l 3 ywtr old bull 28 iiirllMK ttevrn ulno work lliul1Iiinil inureamiAyearsold J Hlnllrorel Ky 50 REWARD I will Klvi 130 reword forlnformntlonlfiul lug to tin recocrrlor n two yenr old dark norrel hlh Itomnnnoxc black mane and fall which woe stolen Jllly nth and conviction of tile thief or wilt clv III IIrlll nwltnl for the rrturn or the coo An the HtiitcolTerun dtapUIni reward of AI fur u horw tlilff It will Iw worth one time to look after till our J K tOOK IXIIIK Dlitanio Ilioni1 Icxtngton Ky FARM AT PRIVATE SALE Farm eontnlnsfie ncrrs of land In good Uiuof rulilvntlon mars from Crab fir chnrdonfsmealrrp1kralncres In imitd ows nortH In oultlvntloii tint pird ns orchard it Tin Improvements contUt uf bousr of IX rams nrwly jmppn d and in vrrygood repair Cittern Ht door Hvrvimli riHMiioutlioiwf nunftrous nod In good con dltlon plndlellhl lint tllO rI1l8 Will sell prlviilily Maw J II JOXCM nax9lntburcltart- lKyPUBLICSALE hlscarI will Mll at my p Mt Sat m Dn TUKHOAY AUfUHT lK16 tin following ile crllnd property One 3 yearold ntnllion by IJIIt n II Dare tsar nod roll good worker and breeder four yviiTOld Jennet henry In foal bine gram trlppernnml hllrllp11 Mcformlck binder l I wheat drill i corn111IIinlkp wo horse turning plows I one horso turning plow I long rhaft cart IxtillnK eartV twohore wagon hay 2 double nhorrl plow2stn- gIshovrls2luwpingeoiters2 entttvnlor- 1culttuaboxanda lot alotlwr things too inimenm t anhnrnss Mid dies hrldlrs llll1I1IOnlUh fork hoes Mile lleglns nt 0 oVIork H IT UtNN1 lIItonIIp Ky Training School for Eoys at NortlrMlddletown Bourbon County Ky ItulMhiK well adopted Situation Ixntitl rut and henlthful Influenrei the lnst no Miloomt or places ot temptation Hafent place III Kentucky for l oy drill 1 iiilnuteK dally Instruction thorough DlMlplliio kind Hrm Not 0 kchtws of lUfonn for vlclous twf but 0 chrlitlan horns for good toys Onfyn limit ed numliir taken Mansion tH Kln i t 6 lima For particular iiddtv MIITOX KMJOTT Principal Kefiviue J nd no t OHjuifleyClnrenc rate uud William heveniDw Htunford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln CltrcuU Court armor 1lnlntlir v W II llndcuttiilielrH et al IHfMidnutH No our of Muir- Iursmmt ton iudgment of the Lincoln Olrrult Court In the nboxv nrtlon at the June term Ills the undersign Comml4louer ol wild Court will on MoNDVYAimUKTUTH Idlletwwn the hours of 11 nil i i u In front ot tier court Louse doorIll Htunford K toll nt public outcry to the hlnhcst and lstbidder the 10IloIIIlflIrl1 I real estate OIll K Hu tonllbandoneysMtkturnpIkrroad- kdd real estate is thus hounded at the ceiitir of tint pike one Mt south- nmtcorurrof the laiuls of Wallace Hoode T Ollrlltr Innd U CIywls thence NO K with OarH nter line pollll links to n tone corner J arx nter thence N W SJ iioles with J II Carinnteri line ton stone In the crater of the pike thence with odd tike I KHIH iwlas to the IxUlnnliiK con mining IXIICITS snore or less The object of this alel towitl fv certaln debt of the plalntlll lecedent tt1Llhmigeltnnnunt- nglntint IlIlIrllIt to uhoul IIWi exclusive of intvnst and t to laU of thlx nctloti Tint Mile will is made on u credit of six month until the purchaser will be required to give Innd for the price with to the ComniUxloner lilllllurllllllllIr cent interest froth unto dsnle and hiivlng the force unit erect of n Jud ment GEO B SAUFLEY M C L 0 C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Pauline M IInllIriInlnlllt vs Arnold iteinmgrr Notice of lute Pnriiuiint to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered in the nbovu ktyled action at tilt Juno trl1lIIO the undersign ed Commissioner of wild cotyt will on MONDAY AUOUHT HTII IW5 In front of the court house door In Stanford sell nt public outcry to- hrhlghtstanti lient bidder the Koutty of Itedemptlon In unit to the following de scribed ustntei Kltnatcd In Lincoln count v Ky iHKlnnlUBntii white onk cor nerof75 acres ot HIIIII Alcorn and corner Jarvlfand In lint of Ynnce Hmltirs crvsthencewhit the division line ueroxH trllet between OutlnoH Anti 1- 16nolrtommstakeinthooutsidenndin An drew lie Vf fli I Itlo to stake In the old Gridprwm ten lino Hnllth Turnbulli course N 68 W with wild III10W3IUI poles to n small Rum and chestnut iuinn with pointers course of Alcorn TBaicrei and ot lot No or STcres N 88 W poles to u take on rltlKK with two white oak pointers corner to lot No on Cuitlne tract thence his line MM K l oles to the beginning contain Inf b acres of land The nude will to made on II ercdlt or lx months and the purchaser will be required 10 give bond for the price with good hecurlt the OOIl1Jnlaalooer IInd hellrlog sixwperrcunt Interest from dllte of sale GEO D SAUFLEY M C L 0 C Childrens SIip pcrs at cut prices White Embroidered Wash Bolts 25c 25c Organdies 17e Moils add Boys ShirU 25c Elastic Scam Drawers OO- cIlemnnnts of Woolens 13 to 12 off of the regular price Wash Goods llemnnnfs nt 14 to 13 off of the regular price i Big Reduction iJ IM f i- 1 j On all Summer Suits and Odd Pants iJ t 20 Per Cent Off the Former Prices yy t It must move to make room for Winter Goodsi 18 00 Suits Reduced to 814 40 f 15 00 Suits Reduced to 12 00 i 12 50 Suits Reduced to 10 00 f 10 00 Suits Reduced to 8 00 i 9 00 Suits Reduced to 7 20 00el5 00 Suits Reduced to 4 00 iJ it psi CUMMINS MCLARY otStanford Kentucky 1 Hardware Stoves Tin ware Glassware Salt Qiieenswarc Wire Staple and Fancy Grpceries Phone 9 Opera House Blouk opposite CourtHouse Stanford We have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves we will close out qtcost Come aud see us y P G WARNER SONITerms Strictly Cash DANVILLE SHOE OtIWoodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanler DANVILLE KENTUCKY tl ltd fib Wo extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends as well an other to call nod see our magnificent line of Shoes for Men Women and Children and Furnishings for Men Style always the latest Prices always reasonable Prompt attention given mail and express orders George P Crow Salesman Annual Sale jOf Odds and Ends in Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Some of these goods are out of style but good goods They are now on our Bargain Counter at 13 to 12 former prices Come and get first choice Wjll not last long s W E Perkins Crib Orchard Icy r s r n 1 kA1I 75o Fancy Silks at 40c f All 1 fancy bilks at floe ft2odnch White Hnbutni 2qc 27nch White Habutai 5D- c12k15 and 25o wiieh goods only lOc Sizo 18 in Black Corset 15c 1 K it Cut prices on nil Black and Tan Slipper vCut prices on Mens Summer weight Shoes w i Boys f0o WaisU only 18c t 11rBTANroni KYM Am 4 1D05 Vu havo n new stock of box that will Interest yoa Now shapes and mUtteB Jenny Drug Store PERSONALS Miss ETTA MUBURK It III with ty phoid fever i Mit J M ALVEIISON wns In Clncln i nati on business i MRS J S HUNDLEY Is confined t- other rOom by illness t Mn JAMS T MHSUPHK went to Ix utsville yesterday THE ngt1 Mr W T Watson of Grab Orchard Is very sick MRS W T DAVIS of Pinqville It y with her relatives at KinK vlllo Miss GLADYS MKUHITT of Danville Is the guest of Mss Lorino Campbell MR J C McCLAUY and Miss Lillie McClary went to Frankfort Wednos flay Miss HB83iESTOUFrntof Richmond was the guest of tho Mlsea VanAra dale CONGIUiSSMAN D C EtlWAHOS was a on southbound trninIMiss VIRGINIA WABUBN of Middle hero Is vUltinR Mm Iholpa Cobb in Boyle MRS JOSIB KANEY of Plkevjllc Md U with tho family of Mr T D Raney MR HUN B McKoiitmTS of Sheri dan Ind spent several days here with t relatives Miss MAUDE CARTER left yesterday to visit relatives at Cave City and Bow ling Green Miss AMBROSIA THOMAS of Louis villa U with her sitter Mrs W B IMcKobcrU tU WEAKEN HUGHES is spending a few days with Mr B J Bethurum nt Mt Vernon MR J R HARRIS wont to Louisville yesterday to buy goods for his store at Turneriville tins ED PRICE and MWs Tommie Francis of Lancaster were here shop ping yesterday Miss HOSA LEVITCH and Master Chas Lcvitch of Louisville Arc with the Misses Goldstein Mn SruiioEON SYMPSON of Middle burg was here Tuesday looking for a small farm to rent Mn JOHN D WILLIS of St Louis arrived Wednesday to visit hte parents at Crab Orchard Springs t MRS EDITH PBTTUS of Crab Orchard 4 was tile guest of her daughter Mrs Jamcj F Cummins Miss IliseiB WILLIAMS tIIAsnspU was a train pasacnKor on yes Miss FANNIE HOVSTON daughter of Mr William Royston of Garrard ta tevertt and son Harry of St Louis are with the family of lion G A Lackey EUGENE OnyDonFFof Newark 0 is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R OmdortT at Livingston liON IL H TIIOMLINSON of Lancas tel and Mr W A Bcnzleyof Lincoln were in tho city yesterday Frankfort Journalt MRS N C FUGATE of r county Va are with their daughter Mrs S R Hanson In the West End CAPT THOMAS RICHARDS and family of Danville passed up to Corbin Tues day to reside They will go into the hotel business there MR J B FLOYD of tho Highland section returned from a prospecting t tour of Kansas yesterday lie will feel better satisfied now to live in Lincoln MR WILLIAM F SHERIDAN who now hails from Old Mexico is here with Mr i Rico and his hostof otherfriends lie Is tho picture of health and ns usual I is in fine spirits Miss JENNIE LYNN of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs W Logan Wood Dr J R Pennington of lIus ttonv1le will spend the week with Mr George Crow Danvillo NewsiMiss EULAH TOTTEN nnd brother Mr Elwood Totten have Issued invita tions to a Lawn Fete to be given by them at their pretty home on Danville t Avenue from 830 to 12 on the evening of Aug 10 Da WILL C PETTUS of Crab Orch ard who was formerly with tho Jack son drug store here has bought an in terest in the Rinehart stable and will with his family make London his home In the future DUliarti and Lov 01 Gooch of ara working In the Interest of the Spotswood Lum 1 ber CoLondon Local Covingtoryesterday MR GEO It KAURIS und wife spent yesterday in Lexington MRS J G KIUUIK of Crab Orch aril is with her father Mr W Ilerrm JamesMcElwainents at Franklin IrlangerYOIItcnlhyMrs Marshall leaveinrotativesJAMES REID son of Mr Forestus typhoidno roug ay ENGLBHAKDB LOCALSI GENUINE hemp knives atl W II Higgins PLEASE come and pay what you owe mo at once J B Middluton tailor 2t READ In another column the adver tisement of the Gordon School for Boys J H IlAUfliiMAN Cos mill Is closed down while a new engine is being stalled SAVE money for all watch clock and jewelry repairs by consulting R Fenzel Phone 163 t LOST between town andhome Thurs day a gold beaded necklace Leave at I J office Miss Kit Huffman Iwillgive a years subscription to ruOlt JOURNAL for a male Shepherd pup three to six months old A PARTY of Somerset people passed through yesterday afternoon In New tons big automobile to the Danville fair =THE N otters n rate of 1700 for the roundtrip to Atlantic City Aug 17 Tickets good returning 12 days af ter sale Fou SALE Handsome 12IIght chandelier for church Comparatively new Apply to Rev George W Mills Hus tonvillc Ky THE good work of cutting weeds and cleaning up the town generally has be Run in earnest Let no obstacle be put In the way of tho commendable cause DAVID BURTON nnd A G Faulkner have bought a saw mill and will have it in operation near Highland by Aug 12 when they will do all kinds of saw ing to order MK ANSEL DIILION of Crab Orchard hen boon meeting trains with his bus outIas EVERYBODY who could conveniently do so went to tho Danville fair yesterday and Stanford was almost as Jull as Danville is when there is nothing out of the ordinary going on there COMPLIMENTARY to the ladies of Stanford Mrs W M Bender of Lou isville will give a lecture at tho lecture room of the Christian church this after noon at 3 oclock All ladies invited NOTICE Those who hitch by the month at my stable utter July 1st will be charged regular prices for hitching when they havo more than one horse in my stable at the same time J R Bcazley Prop IT is n little lato mention it but we havo just learned that Mr Alex Martin our boss fiddler captured the big end of tho prizes given in tho old fiddlers contest at Somerset There were 12 entries THE horse Mr and Mrs George Norton were driving ran away in the Shelby City section Tuesday throwing the occupants out of the buggy and break Inn three ribs for Mrs Norton She was otherwise painfully hurt 1I0Ilss1 will have n carload of Western horses consisting of Ponies and Harness horses at the shipping pens McKinney Saturday afternoon Aug 5 Call and see them whether you want to buy or not J Nevin Cur h IT Is the thing for fashionable women now to wear white shoes and sky blue stockings Tho effect is said toe stunning Up to the hour of going to press however we have been unable to make ourself w competent witness a rX Ring Out the Old Ring in the NewI Thats what wo are doing in regard to our Summer nnd hall Goods We are moving out ns rapidly ns possible nil Sumner goods to make room for our new Fnll stock which will soon begin to arrive We have to begin early in under to get the stock markellnllllnrrangell before selling time So price is no object on Summer goods ns we miiBt have room for the new JUST received full line of Diamond Edge pocket cutlery Guaranteed at Farris BLEDSOB BAILEY got the blue tic on hIs bay saddle mare nt the Danville Fair yesterday Tins1 is the lastsof the Danville Fair Better take It in Youll re grot It If you dont CANNtiL coal Glen Mary and Jcllico coal See me before you buy W S Wigham Moreland Trw first homegrown watermelons of the season were brought 16 town Tuesday by Mr John H Engleman the boss melon raiser lIe has a fine patch of several acres I AM sending out statements this monthand will expect all who receive them to call at my office and settle accounts to date If I am not in my of lice please pay Dr Pennington R A Jones D D S SOME BEANS Mr W L Dawson showed us this morning a lot of pole beans that measured 42 inches in length They are of the Japanese variety and the seed were given Mr Dawson by Postmaster J C Florence FIRST AND SEcoNDMrs Mattie AI verson of Richmond mother of Mr J M Alverson of this office took both first and second premiums on black cake at the Richmond fair last week She also received several premiums on her wines CARD 0 THANKS God in His wis dom and mercy has deemed it best to Uike from us our dear loved one wife and mother May God bless and com fort those who so nobly responded to our aid in that dark hour of grief and to you we wish to extend our heartfelt thanks Respectfully F Ingrain anti- family A WELL EARNED GwrIouls Lan dram editor of the Central Retard of Lancaster has just received the gift handsome silver berry bowl on which is inscribed the following From tho Kentucky Press Association to President Lduis Landram 19011905 On an attached card is the sentence With best love and good wishes of the Kentucky Press Association to its retiring president S W Menefee Morris Bartlett E A Gullion com mittee Till Lincoln County Medical Society will meet at Dripping Springs Thurs day Aug 10 1905 at 10 oclock IL Dr W1 Edmiston Crab Orchardes sagest subject Enteritis Aetiology Pathology nnd Treatment Dr E JJ Brown Voluntary Dr J G Carpenter Prompt Skillful LifeSaving Surgery vs Delays Ignorance and Neglect Dr J T Wesley UptoDato Lying in State Dr T P Caldwell London My Way of Treating Typhoid Fever Dr J W Acton Kingsville My Ex perience with Small Pox and the Laity to Itch or Not to Itch Doctor now is the time to try tho Dripping Springs water Bring your patients Dr Ber tie Carpenter Secy Pro Tern IN JudgeBaileys Wed nesday C D Evans was fined 50 Dr C M Thompson had a hung jury and M D Smith was acquitted These gentlemen are trustees of the Kingsville public school and the two former advis ed the teacher to continuo the school after Judge Bailey and Superintendent Singleton had ordered it closed on ac count of smallpox in that section Mr Smith was opposed to a continuance of the school under tho circumstances and so told the teacher but he doubtless believed in a majority ruling and kept on teaching Mr Evans will appeal his case and Dr Thompson will have an other trial Saturday week The doctor says the disease in the Singleton fam- Ily is not smallpox but Dr Acton and Dr OBannon both pronounce it the genuine article CHURCH MATTERS Bishop Robert K Hargrove is dead at Nashville Leland Stanford Jr University pays its chaplain 10000 a year salary Southern Presbyterians havo 1922 Sundayschools with 18346 officers and teachers and 148028 students The collection at the4 Presbyterian church next Sunday will be for the benefit of Synodical home missions The Mikado of Japan has compli mented the Y M C A work In the Japanese army also he donated 5000 for their work nt MATRIMONIAL Henry Gilcom and Miss Helen Fisher of Butler county drove to Evansville Ind ISO miles and were married W C Black of Barbourville nnd Miss Mary Etta Shaffer daughter of Mr and Mrs Solomon Shatter of Hey noldsville Pn were married Wednesday c FOR SALE I Having void my farm I linvo for wilt mv ere litiiil of lJlrdIIIII1UllItlh towlti Forty young cows anti calves II good yenr regUterrd Syenrokl hull yearling steer IIho work otulrot nil inure niul S yearn old 4OWfILFTHit Hlanford KI 50 REWARD will glee 120 rewnnl for Information Icml Ing to tin rrcoviTv of n two iirDli dark sorrel KJldliiK Jtr hands lush llotiuinnoM illicit mime unit iiill which wits stolen July std nnd conviction of the thief or wilt glee wrlll rwllnl for tilt rtllrn oT the colt As the 111111 oIT8 n 811111dln rewurd of 1m fur n hors thltf It will bo worth ones tine to look nlttT till our JI COOK Ixinn IMstnneu PliornMl Ixxlugton Ky FARM AT PRIVATE SALE Kiirni contain ncrtx of Innd in good ti of rulUvHtlon tniir s from rub Or iliiirdon Umciifttir lki3oiicriK In mend ow 9 HCMH In cultivation 2 Slit unrdcns iinlinrdctf Tin Improvement cuiuUt of liouw or six rooms newly impend and in wry gosh itpair Cistern lit door Hrrvunti room outhoiKuii niiimrou tutu In con dition blrnndtwoerlbs Will sell prlviitfly MK JII JOSE Ilos3CrnbOrctnr- dKyPUBLICSALE I will nfll nt my place near Mt Snlctn on TIKHI AY AtrnrHT is W4 the foliuwldccrllsd property One 3 yearold million liy IIIlIn t inure and colt izood worker and itrflrr1 four year oldJrnnthtny1nfOL blue urns Strqlwrs Dad harness MCormlrk Milder hay rake orn drill twinlit drill I corn- ertuyterYtwo hore turning plows one horsy turning plow long shiift curt I IHtillni cnrtU twohorn wagon hay frame I lIrnY double rhovel plows Siln cultivatorsIlcnttlugtiiimiruiii to as ldie lirlllvB gear collars hny fork hue Hale lleglnn nt oclock L O DtNN v O llimtonvllle Ky Training School for Eoys at NorttrMlddetownBourbon County Ky HullillngH well mlontrd Situation beauti tot fwd healthful Influences the bent no miloon or place of temptation HJifest place In Kentucky for boys Military drill at minute dolly Instruction thorough Iti olpllne lllIll firm Not n School of Ituform for vlctous toes but n clirUtlan home for good loys Only limit ed niimlier taken HCHslon Uglns Kept 6I Ito For particulars address MlfTOX KIUOTT 1rlnclpll- deferences Judge M C HtniayCIOrcne- e71ttemid1VllllnultevennaoEtunford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Olrculi Court W H Itiulgetfs nilinr 1lnlntlir vs w II ItmlgctlK hors et ill Ivfeiidantii No tliv ut Ku- UPursuant ton judgment of tin1 Lincoln Olrcult Court rendered In the uhJ action at the June term IMA thI1I11fagll CommliMlonerof wild Court will on MONDAY AUUUHT HTII iwu- ILtwefii the hours of Lund 2 J1 In front of the court house Ooorlii MlllnforII sell nt public outcry to tilt best bidder the following described real estate K the Ile tonvlllitndCulTeysMiiiturnpIke road hi real estate Is thiulxuimlcd lieglnnliig at the center of the pike stone u t OualtPlurlwutcruudOCLvonsthence stone corner J D Carpenter thence N M W poles with J U Carpenters lute to intone In the center of tho pike thence with shirt poles to the iHglnnlng con iuinUtgsix hens tutors or less The object of this sale Is to satisfy certain debts of th- IIIIIIIIIIhIlIt Undgettaniount III In the aggregate to aliout IIW excluklvo of Interest and the costs of thlsactlon The sale will Is made on n credit ot six months and the purchaser will l e required to give Imiul for the o price with good security payable to tho commissioner and iHarlng iurceut Interest from date of stile and having tho force and effect of n Judgment H SAUFLEY M C L C C imm Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court 1aiillne M Ilremer IlalntllT vs Arnold Htelnneger et nl Defendants Notice of Wtte Pursuant to n Judgment ot tho Lincoln Circuit Court rendered Hi the nbove tItI- action nt the Jens termlwO the undersign- rte Commissioner of Bald cout will on MONDAY AUCHTHT HTII In front of the court house door InHtnnfonl Kv about I r aehI nt public outcry to the t l et bidder tie Knulty Hedemptlon In and to the following de scrllxHl estate Hltuated In Lincoln county Ky Inginning at a white oak cor acres of II A Alcorn stud corner uItherlmlthtractlHtwwnCustlneM MVi K M Hles to n e In Andrew Turnbullline thence hit line W sMl to n stake In the old llrldgewii f lists Hiiilth TurnbulU course N 68 R snldlllHfiiBlU poles to n small gum chiMpultstuulpwith polluters cour e oil Hnilth and of Alcorn Tfkacret and of lot No rSJ1J nett W poles to n stake on a ridge with two white o1 curlier to lot No on Outline tract thence his line WA K WVi pole to the beginning contain lug ttftl acres The stile will is u1ule on n eredlt Of slx months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the price with good securlty payable to the Oomutlssioner and twitting x ter interest front date of B SAUFLEY M C L 0 C s Childrens Slippers nt cut prices White Embroidered Wash Melts 20c 25c Organdies 17c hens and Boys Shirts 25c Elastic Seam Drawers JOe Remnants of Woolens 13 to 12 off of the regular price l Wash Goods Kemnanjs at 14 to 13 off of the regular price 5 Big Reduchon J ftti J t On all Summer Suits and Odd Pants Ir 1 i4 20 Per Cent Off the Former Prices JI y l It must move to make room for Winter Goods J4 i 1 41j l o 18 00 Suite Reduced to 814 40 Jjt 15 00 Suits Reduced to 11 00 t 12 50 Suits Reduced to 10 00 r r 10 00 Suits Reduced to 8 00 9 00 Suits Reduced to 7 20 h ya 7 50 Suits Reduced to G 00 5 00 Suits Reduced to 4 00 I t gcunniNSMCLARY jfl S Stanford Kentucky tp 5 S d H1 SS ij i i 0 1 Hardware Stoves Tin ware Glassware Salt Queensware Wire Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 9 House Block opposite Court IlouseTStanford We have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves we will close out at cost Come and see us P G WARNER SON Ij Terms Strictly Cash II DANVILLE SHOE OttfWoodson Sallee Successors to Caldwell Lanier I DANVILLE KENTUCKY It We extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends as wellas other to call and see our magnificent lino of Shoes for Men Women and Children and Furnishings for Men Style always the latest Prices always reasonable Prompt attention given mail anti express orders George P Crow Salesman f Annual Sale IOf Odds and Ends in Mens Womens and Childrens ShoesNand Slippers Some of these goods are out of style but good goods They are now on our Bargain Counter at 13 to 12 former prices Come and get first choice Wjll not last long W E Perkins TTdTTiLL Crab Orchard xy t The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOjfice at Slcttford at e uconddatt matltripUUL1erlltip TU08UA AND 1JUlJY5 AT 100 PER YEAR CASH fff When nut so pats 500 wilt be cbarg- edUMBRELLAS IIo covered and repalrtd and made almost as good aa new for a amount I can Ix your umbrella better than tho tramp repairers and for less money Ole mo a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford r b For Sale Privately FMy house and 10 acres of land situated outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Hou o has 7 rooms kitchen and icr Tanta room good cellar Rtablo and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In t tho yard and ono for stock J P DAILEY INSURANCE Kirn Lightning Wlmlfltonn Ilfe nnd Acciilont Son but the HT11ONHKHT and UKHTOoinpiililfs nIp Stvlnrl Ix wistPo Sill Itnt fluiirniiUfU IAIM r ylliKiIlcc onlUneqimlliil Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky t Ilesldcncf Phone No Si The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER dAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUSASS Prsprletsr Electric lights In every room Refurnished ani user ntlr New MiniReratnt Bob the favorite porter meets all trains ReA JONES Dentist STANFOI KENTUCKY t Office in Myers House Parlor Phone Ko 1z J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEEtfSTflBLE Stanford Kv Good Llrery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In goal E D1l Peytonr IDBATiEH IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pond In Connection WaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY i The LatKt III JiWfry surer utUltui Wilt h mill Clocks in lockI HUSH HONEY DONT CRY TalkingMaehlheoften mUtiikfii for the lilliiiiin voice It toIkuuslutdsualt Invent of iitHMl imislu Tlio Victor Is mi Inspiration no nmltur how iii Iii nterutnt iiitnit that sat lioniollio Victor Is sunny welcome You run lit all tour listen to iHimHoruhtNtriiK songs liiatrunumtnlltiii to Ac that tliousiiiitU of people Hock to hlIr III cniwiKsl resort there Is no limit to the varluty of wlvctlon This nmteliln Instrument trill recur 16 you Unn I Inter est you If M cull god e Mimplc jnnililno NWorlelxltHtOlteshlhltlnndtolystoruGIa Htanford Ky iGive Me Your Order 4 I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when i there is so little difference in thu price ol high grade ready made suits abd a suit r made to out measure taken by an ext porlenced tailor I bave a handeome line of goods lean make from a dressian The company I represent is one of the best I also have a line I t anakeupni lf forihnm whopreferlt 0 RUPLEY the Tailorr l i f i L NOTICE You should see us before you let out your Paperipaper from three leading houses of the world and can sell rtil 1Ier cheaper than you can Itelllt Estimates furnished on application All work guaranteed HCIJEN k Co Somerset street i fiiRATIYEcuRES NERVOUS DEBILITY phytleaimentalprnooftl inagnrtUm lli true tjff JTfecl nuudiooO idenlopmnti1InhlOrUI fursirNeniu ObnhtyIlingaMimrvVloin cannaState ness afeplauneu otber trouDlntlu Kiullr pot for women threeuattwttwltnageeantenPCFrtR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S A TOn SALE AT rEKtfy8 DBUQ BTOBE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or lint kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador llclchenbtf ItrS Fred VonOrut Albert YonOruenlgan Fred VonAllnian 1red Ilaumnnn Alfred Simpson Oeorpe Holmes MMS Mittle II ewes K Uclchcnbach Charles Onmmtns Jos Ballou A C Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W R Uaugherty M J Hoffmnn M D Elmore Peter W 3arter J Nerln Carter J E Druce W V Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrtll F J Conn John D Oamentsch Sam Trowbrldjle A D Root Charles Ensslin Frank Cordler Mr W O Welch Peter Ralmer Mr Kate tdor JLBeazleyCo UiiilcrtaKere niul Embalm ers Also Dealers In Fur niture MattingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY edcexar I UridertakerVEnibaliner and Dealer in llarnesSaddlerj c STANFORD KENTUCKY Otnce Phone 187 nomo IhoneS A WELLKNOWN Young Ladys Experience at a Popular TntorlngPlace A very 1wt tty nil r nilnr yoiunr hilly fax r a Hili tvrtiiln tr 1I u i ti It- LoI J h l il iii t iKhli Tin i r Hi a t hv IT litl II r t v i I trl it r I vn out i 1 SUljiirtli t1 ttt fl tIlt i tWi11 si l r vnld liir ly v Ia 1 tr fit I ail v 111 1l1li tr hull iv htl tui btwUt IJrt 1 I in CI n t rail to ne pnvc no a tat lit UltllOUt d llit the rtiiiciiy cnf cnw for Suit All n jot ny coolstint Mx tl lit itin J iv tvuMn III Inn tlmn Iwvr four Lour rId riinily RlrM InJUtIdyou must never io nwty for tlio shut mor without oirryliitf n bottle of Turn ciiiuiih with you I nftinvnrdx i iir fluiMMl n Iwttlo and found It most use forMosquito IIlhllelltIlIrlllelltlilwise now nnd carry n bottle of 1nrn campli with yon when you fro nwny sellParatymiph FOB SALE t W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT sue FARMERS DEPARTMENT WANTED 25 or 30 cattle to graze L P Nunnelley WANTEDLOt of good clean ryoI TraylorCIISixty Stanford stock owes for sale Coulter Wanted stock ewes L P Nun nclley Stanford II have a pair of draft mares for sale F Lawrence 2t t Woodford county buyers paid for weekI Two Bills won a good- race yesterday Folt SALE Nine Southdown bucks A B McKinney McKinney fit I have seven rno Berkshire pigs for sale Mr W B McUoberts W II Burton of Lancaster bought 127 muks at London nt 100 to 195 English Anderson of Montgomery county sold 40 800lh steers at 4 cents I have n car of Western ponies for sale cheap J Nevin Carter Turners vile A 200ncre farm near Crab Orchard for sale Apply to 11 Collier or W E Perkins Crab Orchard 4t In Clark S T Prewitt sold to Wm Gay 428 stock sheep ntI8li William Kobb sold 99 sheep at 560 The butter and egg produce of Iowa sold for more money last yeitr tlmn tho entire corn crop of the State Coulter White sold the 05 Stock hogs advertised in Tuesdays papor td Mc Whortor of Lancaster at BJc J F Cook S Co sold 250 Wo tern horses ttt the Union Stock Yards Lox ington Saturday nt 25 to 110 At tho sale of Judge John S Phelps- In Faycttc county n soil and lIltS of thin rind breed brought iOO I desire to sell 40 to CO acres of my place in the suburbs of Hustonvillo Mrs G B Barnett llustonvillee IOno hundred stock ewes for sale Call nt Neal farm near Morpland or see WOIIsYOScm1it Tandy Bros two 1G hand mulus for OIAdair News Staunch old Caughnawaga captured the Saratoga Handicap for his owner John Sanford in easy style outfooting such cracks as Ort Wells Beldame and Tanya at Saratoga To HOUSEMEN I am now prepared to break and train your yearlings and other thoroughbreds at reasonable rates Firstclass training track H H lire naugh Crab Orchard Ky WESTERN HonsEs The carload of horses advertised to be at Lancaster court day arrived too late and was shIp- ped to Richmond where they will be soldnext Monday court day J F Cook Lexington At the Georgetown fair last week J F Cook of Lexington won first and second premiums on aged jacks and first in yearling class with Montgomery Chief brother to Dr Hartmnn and second in sweepstakes W A Parsley of London sold his fine trotting horse to W B Burton of Lancaster for 700 This is the highest price ever paid for a horse bred in Laurel county He is only four years old a deep sorrel and has very fine action He won eight blues and one red in nine entries last year MIDDLEBURG School is progressing nicely at the college with 75 oj 100 in attendance Rev Mills of Hustonville U holding u series of meetings at the Green River churchDr Steele Bailey Jra inureMa- mie 0 in John R Farris stable woo a race at Latonia Tuesday The voters of CasciAvill this fall bo an opportunityt6 vote on the propositIon of free turnpikes It is be lieved the proposition will carry Miss Sadie Taylor of Danville is getting up n class here nnd at Liberty in vocal and instrumental music also voice culture We wish her every suc cessMr and Mrs George Lucas have returned from Indianapolis where they have been visiting the past few months Misses Mary E Lyons and Vada Gif ford of Dye were visiting relatives here Miss Sarah Poison is very low with typhoid fever Miss Anna Adams is visiting her sister Mrs Ivu Cole man at Danville Mrs Ettie Coleman returned home Saturday from an eight weeks visit to relatives in Kansas and Oklahoma She had a most enjoyable time and was very forcibly impressed with the Western country Fiendish Suffering- is often unused by sores ulcers and cancers that out away your skit Wm IJeiloll of plat Hock Mich says I have used Hncklens Arnien Salvo for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the lest hoallng dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns und scalds 23c at G L Pennys drug store Stanford Lyno Hros Crab Orchard guaranteed Attorney General Meyer of New York brought suit against the direc tors of the Equitable Ansurnnce Society for a general accounting for their official conduct Various acts of negligence and improper performance of duty are pointed out and the sums of money lost to the society by reason of them are sought to be recovered r OTTENHEIM Mrs Adam Petry is very ill T M Boone the thresherman tells us that wheat is turning out exceedingly well so far this year Jttfeptiino twdChinftey MorrU nktd Morrislschool Sunday by playing on tho organ nnd violin to u largo audience after which Bro Nick Vnnhook gave nn in structive talk to the boys Peculiar Disappearance- J 1 Itunynn of Hutlervlllo 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms of Indigestion and biliousness to Dr IvlngS Now Lilt rills Ue says They are a perfect remedy for dUnaa sour stomneh brailnrhe constipation ate Guaranteed nt O L Pennys drug store Stanford Lyno Urcn of Crab Orch ant price tJkv The Pagan Iron Works at Jersey City valued at 100000 were destroyed by fire H Farm at Private Sale Knriii vonlnlnlltg Here lend In ucwxl tale or eulilvuUonfc attire from llu ton- Illr on hnra 11 111 lw hiss euittnliiiiiK nix room vory pool niwlr Qtxxlcirlrra nil inventory ouiiniii nr iMirtlcular Mill mi meat Jinnunn fiiy Kyor J r luifr KyMils s A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflice over Mcltobcrts Drug Store in the Oweloy lluildinj Jesse W Sweeney morniKToit Livery Food and Salo Stable LanoastertKy Uorpen weI fat and cared for Up In IMO ride at reu onable rates DaJ 1 Traylor hIAtIR lf Wftlsk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYJloPrompt ant polite attention Nothing Hit Iht hio drink Mall phon ttligupb ntlttt rtcttvi icampttittntkin DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE PRIVATELY will Kll Irlviit lv lay r lilriKi in Hliin Ant on Imnvllli Av i iuUtliiK ol iiiiii rawnulhullINKrIte milt Imlli rdn- uelowtr llnrn Diif wild IOIIIT llixir ous- tIdstrllh iCMk tliiMt lilvi ur Klolrlc- wliv t hrimuli lli hour ittiT In kllrhtn Alloerrsaaryonlhttl11Idarn r Hint xtiill corn crib rHrrlnxi houw xl- lundrro0nhf iliMxl Kiinlin AIIfneIIA- ool ivimlr Iotw Minn idvn lift lOS MUM MAIIV I lirKllIHIiinrunlKy THE LIVER w QUARANTINE IAKINO lilt MEALS OUT JHurried eating has ruined n titans stomach The dicstiondestroying cess is gradual at first- But it a short tune until the liver balks the digestive organs give wayand almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health JA torpid liver causes a quarantine ofthe system It germs and Poisons and affords them full inviting some serious illness In families where August Flower is used a sluggish liver pud constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and binder affec lions No wellregulated family should remedyTwo druggists s For Sale at Pennys Drug Store Great Clearing sale Ikl This wile is the beginning f n striei of oitlew which will give the buy ing public of this salty tlio greatest bargain iiHirtunites theyever had This is lint the Ordinary Sirt of Hearing Salo My iurcuuio lust lr ugIwere very large the nccuinululion of Odds nUll Entis and broken lots in naturally larger than ever before My unnltornblu rule is not to carry nay goods over from one sonlou to nnotLor Wo umtigurnto this great telling joinvnro cut to I 8750 Suits to 861S H6 Suits to 83UK Alo Youths and Hoys Suite Odd Punts Dry Gtwila Slwtw HnU told Units Indies anti GwiU Furnish ings will go accordingly a SAMROBINSONNext STANFORD KY n KEINTUCKYS I BIG 6 STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 18 23 BIG DAVS IN PREMIUM 25000 6 IN PREMIUMS I IANDNovel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions 1 The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catnloiftio or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con As vince you we have the best the market af fords jQEOROE H FARRIS A CO OjStanford Kentucky The IFinancialCITIZENS BANK- OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People n Safe and Conservative Hanking Aceouuts of HtteJUI Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited IGive us your business anil we guarantee a pleasant nml profitable relation Pay 3 per cent interest on nil deposits of 8100 or more when left in the hank and not checked upon tot a period of six months JI J W HUTCHESON CashierlJI 4 yet