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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 I IJ THE INTERIORI JOURNAL t I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 8 1905 NO 45 j PREACHERSVILLE Cummins Holtzclaw sold several tonS of mixed hay ton Lancaster par ty delivered nt Crab Orclnurd tit tI John Bogie or Estlll county Is visit Ing his aunt Mrs J C Morton Irvine Ulankcnshlp Is visiting relatives at Cumberland Ind Sam Itamsey and wife of Hammack nro with Dan Nay lor Carl Klnj has returned home after n short stay In Somerset J M Cress and family were tit Urod head Sunday attending n singing con test Several Ircachorsville people spent Sunday at Dripping Springs Mrs Jones Anderson entertained Saturday eyening In honor or Miss Laura Cum mins or Kansall City and Miss Lillie Edmiston of Louisville There were O or moro present A delightful time is reported Miss Mary Carpenter who is an accomplished organist prcildcd at the organ and sweeter musii woheV cr heard Kentucky FairDates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 us far as reported I1n burg August 84 days Fern Creek August 111 days Shophcrdsville August IGt days Lawrenccburg August 161 days Liberty Aug 103 days Vancoburjr August 164 days Brodhcad Aug 10a days Guthrie August 173 days Columbia Aug 224 days Shclbyvlllc August 224 days Springtleld August 234 daydt London Aug 243 days Nlcholanvllle August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 29i days Florence August 301 days Elfcabethtown Sept 68 days Glasgow Sept 13I days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 18G days Henderson September 200 days Falmouth September 274 days Owcnsboro October lOlj days The report issued and generally spread about that it Is the Intention of my father to resign from the Appellate bench Is without any foundation what Hoevcr or the slightest authority says his son J Campbell Cantrill Judge Cantrill U now nt Hot Springs and be reImaInable him to sit at the the next session of court but his present state health doeint require him to even eonslderre signing from the bench Stop Bables Tears Ninety per cent of babies troubles uro caused by disordered stomach or bowels They can nil to quickly cured by a few doses of that great digestive medicine Dr Caldwclls laxative Syrup IVp ln H illited v cured milk swtetens the breath see duce fever and relieves pain Abso lately harmless to mother or child Sure relief In teething Sold by O U u Penny Stanford C W Adams Hus tonvlllc at 60c and 310U Money back If lUll till What n shame that Hocke feller should be held up ns n patron of education when in every county In the United States there uro men and women who have given more of their tlmo and in proportion to their means more money to the cause of education than Hocko fcller has In every community there are people who nt great sacrifice arc giving their time ns unpaid school di rectors and patrons but they are forgotten while the relatively small ser vices of the oil king are magnified Dryan Commoner They Appeal to Our Sympathies The billions and dyspeptio are con slant Mutterers and appeal to our Hympatliles There is not one of thorn however who may not ho brought back to health and happiness byethe use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TabhtH Those tablets Invigor ate the Stomach and Liver and strengthen tho digestion They also alljBefore we were married she complained you wanted to buy me every thing you saw I do still darling but Im so blindly in love with you that I cant seek much Sick headache results from u dis ordered condition of tho Stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlatiii Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale all druggists Tho Bay of Bengal Is the greatest bay In the world Measured in n straight line from the enclosing penin sulas Its area Is about 420000 square miles The Telegraphers strike Is causing I serious delays in the West and nearly all trains are many hours behind time Dripping Springs I desire to contribute few lines to your muchread paper in attempting to describe the beauty of the scenery at grand Old Dripping Springs where I am now enjoying life as I never did before The scenery is sublimely grand tho water In healthrestoring and the menu would tempt the appetite of tho most fastidious epicure Mr Fisher is the most polite and considerate of hosts and Mss Fisher is a perfect queen of the culinary department The meats come upon the table in triangular form such beeves na Abraham may have re gated the angels upon mountain lamb and forest raised chickens Some of tho attractive guests leave Monday but tho law firm of Bobbitt Kennedy will be hero that day to spend a week I am delighted with Kentucky I spent u day with the legal firm ut Mr G W KirsIrewehc vtWeandsuck So din ncr Is rarely spread before hungry guests I reluctantly tore myself away after having been regaled a day and night Mrs King is u grand domestic lady with snore than 200 chickens ready for the frying pan Mr King is a great farmer We stopped for awhile nt the Kennedy Barony and of course met tho great lawyer and hU student and I wish to say before I omit it that my heart hand and every cent of my 100000 for tune is ut his command though I may have to be content with the student as I think tho lawyers affections are Ir revokably concentrated upon lady nt Stanford but I shall do what I can to usurp the throne of direction while we are enjoying the sylvan retreat of Dripping Springs You see Mr Editor that I have written this letter by an amanuensis but publish it any way I authorized it written and my name to be signed to it MRS ANN AUSTIN Mobile Alt President Roosevelt received the Rus sian und Japanese peace envoys on- board the Mayflower at Oyster hay The plcni otentiarlos were Introduced to each other by the President and afterward were entertained at luncheon During the luncheon the President offered the following toast I drink to the welfare and prosperity of the sovereigns and peoples of the two great nations whose representatives have met one another on this ship It is my most earnest hope and prayer in tho interest not only of these two great Powers but of all mankind that n just and lasting peace may speedly be concluded between them Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A J Nusbaum Itatetvillc Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that It interfered with my business I hall many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors prescription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which Hcvmcd to only aggravate my ease Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foleyu Honey anti Tar und It quickly cured me My wife has sine used Foloys honey und Tar with the same Mtucei Ionnylj Drug Stove The Cincinnati Burnside and Cum berland River Railroad Co of Kenton county filed articles of incorporation in the departments of the secretary of State and the railroad commission It has 250000 capital stock and will build n nail from tho lines of the Cincinnati Southern road in Pulaski county The branch will begirt nt Burnsido Junction In Pulaski county and run to Burnable landing ut the junction of tho South Fork and Cumberland rivers und thence to Tuteville Pulaski county a distance of four miles Hints To Houseworkers Votlilij is Il1lIlIIportant to the litiru vor cin housekeeper than to keep her Itm properly working other wiso that pale sallow look und tired feeling will make her look us nlok us- a log Nothing will keep you up to tho murk without Injurious stlmula lions so well ns Dr Ouhhvells Itixu live Syrup Iopsln It Is u pure liver toniuII euro for Constipation IIlllousiiusB und Indigestion Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams HusUmvillo ut We und 3100 Money buck if It falls John Stevenson and Daniel Morris wealthy farmers were found dead un der tho wreck of u wagon in Sand Creek near Greensburg Ind It Is bee lieved their horses became frightened during a storm and run off a bridge How old is Harriet Well she isnt old enough to know that she isnt old enough to know n lot of things that sho wont bo old enough- to know till she is a little older The oldest justice of tho in ace tive service in the United Mates is said to be Judge Charles Field of Athol Mass He is 90 years and holds court daily Lockport Henry county voted dry 140 to 84 NEWS NOTES James E Durham was found dead in his room near Cnmpbcllsvllle Fulton has quarantinedagainst New Orleans and other infected points Safe blowers made a haul nt the postollicc at Boles Mo near St Louis Mrs Mary J Carlisle wife of former Secretary of tho Treasury John G Carlisle is dead Forrest Page 10 years of age shot und killed his stepfather John Browder near Panther Daviess county David Baker 13 years old fatally shot his brother Charles aged 12 during a fight over a baseball hat II H Loving for killing his partner Herbert A Rose was held over in 10 000 at Paducah Ho gave bond Norman E Roberts under arrest at Chicago is said to have swindled merchants in 21 cities out of thousands of dow Experts have been appointed by Pres dent Morton to value every piece of property owned by tho Equitable Lifo Assurance Society Lightning struck the dwelling of Jesso Allen near Fulmouth killing his 12 yearold daughter and knocking Allen and his wife unconscious Maj Thomas Lawson an inmate of the Confederate Homo at Pewee Valley was struck by u Louisville and Eastern electric car and Instantly killed Two Negroes were lynched at Hot tiesburg Miss They were charged with being accessory to the murder of J G Smith a city convict guard Near Doellu Ark Ike Kinney a Negro was shot to death by a posse after he had killed two people and wounded four others one a woman Frank J Craig and W S Reeves opened an oil well drilled near Mt Sterling four years ago and discovered feet of the highest quality of green oil Two young girls Jennie Hlllnnd Mollie Adams of Sanborn had were kid naped by three men and u woman but suit were abandoned because of the hot pur Sheriff J Tevis Wllkcrson filed suit against the Southern Mutual Investment Co Lexington for back taxes for five years on amounts aggregating 3700000 Bank of West Liberty In Morgan county closed its doors owing to excessive loans The bank had been running about three years and had a capital stock of 15000 Mormon members of tho City Coun cil at Salt Lake have been barred from voting franchise propositions because their church owns stock in the com lames Interested By official action of the City Board of Health Knoxville has declared itself open to the world and invited all fever refugees whether suspects or not to come within Its gates Gen James R Carnahum Civil War veteran lawyer and Major General of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias died at his homo in Indianapolis The funeral was held Saturday under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias Robert W Criswell editor of a New York weekly publication arrested- Illcentlyon the charge of criminal by Representative Joseph L Rhinock of the Covington district was killed by nn express train In a proclamation issued by the Kentucky State Board of Health every town und city in tho State is ad monished to clean up and all tho principal towns are Instructed to build de icntion hospitals for cases suspected of being yellow fever Attorney General Moody telegraphed the District Attorneys at points on the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways asking them to investigate the facts as to Interruption of telegraph service by reason of the telegraphers strike and to make full reports to tho Department of Justice While a Chicago Alton train from Bloomington III to Kansas City was crossing the Mississippi river u man on- board shot und killed Marion Warner of Secor IIIshot and wounded a woman and robbed n third passenger After a hard fight the man was arrest ed and placed in jail there Mss Eleanor J Omphalius of Buffa lo sued Hnrveley Copeland for 600 damages alleging he had kissed and hugged her against her will The young woman is but Judge Hammond thought her valuation ofoneof her kiss toiThe Fear of Death Often haunts the miserable dyspeptic bilious patient who suffers from heart palpitations chronic cough melancholy etc No need to fear In Dr Caldwclls laxative Pepsin you will Und u safe pleasant unit perfect cure for all this pain distress and worry It clears the bruin purifies the blood and cures all forms of Indigestion and bowel trouble Try It Sold by G L Pen ny Stanford C W Adams Huston vllle at 50e and 100 Money back- If It fails IHUSTONVILLE was born to Mr und Mrs Abe Newton last week Abe is better IdieC T Bohon sold a gentleman from Georgia n pair of harness horses for 700 nnd refused 8SO for another better than either of the others The runaway team of Wm Gilpin of Trace Fork ran Into and camp near demolishing Mr J M Euhanks rural mail box ns well as themselves last weekL R Jones sold to Sam Newell his farm of 120 acres opposite the Joseph Coffey place lit C260 Possession given October 1st A barn is all the Improvement on the place A hard rain of several hours dura tiwhrthtmppw Grevfli River Valley Friday last filled the local streams to running and the farmers are overflowing with joy at the finishing touch to a bountiful corn crop that is now assured that section Mrs D S Carpenter and mother Mrs Mary J Weatherford and Miss Alice Cabbell are at Dripping Springs Miss Mac Logan and Mrs Wright left for Birmingham on business Miss Lu tic Eubanks spent last week visiting Mrs David Elliott Misses Sallie J and Lillie Goode of x uisville and Calien Goode of Cov Ington Ire with their parents Mrs Aibertson of Somerset and Misses Martha and Mary Albertson of Harri man Tenn are visiting the family of- F M Pcavyhouse In addition to their own congregation 37 members of other churches here attended services at the Presbyterian church Sunday and heard a splendid sermon on Miracles by the Rev S J Lander and a beautifully rendered soprano solo by Miss Lelia Wheeler Mrs Naomi McCarty gave a delight ful 7 oclock tea last week In honor of the following guests Mr D C Allen and Miss Mollie Walden Mr and Mrs 0 G Harrison Mrs Barnes of Knoxville Misses Weaver of Bronston and Fads of Stanford and Mr G M Givens Much interest is manifested in the meeting being held at the Baptist church and I am sorry to state that three young ladies and a young gentleman all of the younger set became so hilarious during prayer that the supplication was suspended until order was restored These parties are certainly not aware of their liability to indictment for disturbing public worship Their names will be given upon the next offense The West Endof Lincoln is full of visiting friends from North South East and West and the proverbial cordiality of our citizens welcome is noteworthy- to uninitiated We are a veritable health resort free from contagious die senses with pure water and atmosphere a fine graded school under the management of one of the best princi pals in the South together with a corps of proficient teachers second to none then why should we not rejoice and extend a glad welcome to all to join In and rejoice with us Mrs J S Straub und daughters oi Louisville are visiting E A Reichen bach and family at Mt Salem Mrs Mary F Bradley und granddaughter Agnes Wright of the booming city of Annlston Ala are with West End rel atives Squire G D Smiley and wife for many years residents of Moreland but later moved to Birmingham arrive ed Saturday on u visit to their son J D Smiley near Kidds Store The squire reports business booming in his adopted State und that his city is des tined to he the metropolis of the South nt an early date as is possible for capi tal anti labor to build it Foil Dead A mud fell lend lnChieugo thoothcr day from heart trouble untlthousunds die every tiny in the sumo way Hut the cause of nine out of 10 of such cures of heart trouble Is indigestion The cure Is Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin The explanation is that the swollen Inflamed and engorged stomach presses right up against tho heart und prevents It front working your heart flutters palpitates pains and you are short of breath some lose it forever Just try for those symptoms u few doses of Dp Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin and see how quickly It will cure you Sold h 0 L Penny Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at Oo sand 6100 Money hack If It funs LibertyIassault or series of assaults on two young girls Officers are searching for a fifth man who is said to be Implicated Two Chinamen were killed and several others wounded three fatally in a pistol fight between rival Chinese societies in the Chinese theater in New York City ftli rfl t1i White Lily Washer is something ilThe Try one and you will wel come wash days Soldon trial Try one L I W H HIGGiNS + STANFORD KY To popularize their new business in now buildings with New stocks and Now Lines being added TG Weatherford Co f J 1 HUSTONViriLK KENTUCKY you to call nnd you will be convinced that they can IAsks feather your IIcstUIIIil 250 NOVELS 250 jI A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading f Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician t Miss La Verne of Chicago the Queen of the Clouds will make her Thrilling Ascension l Each Day of the Great i BRODHEAD PAIR RUG 163 DAYS j She will go nearly n mile high falling with entirely closed parachute sunny hundred feet belore it opens Thousands of people from far and near will go to the Brodhcad Fair to see this beautiful lady do the most daring feat ever accomplished by woman Hello Hustonville Black Jake and Aunt Hanna were at the fair They tried to show you what I have to sell while they were there Is H ALDRIDCE 1 Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky W B McRbberts ISTANFORD Sells Kinfees Heady Mixed 1 Paints Every J gallon Guaranteed There is In one better New Spring patterns of WnllJPaper White Letup tend Linseed OilAlao- A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer hJ if fThe Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator- R L HUBBLE For Kepretcntattve- J J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARREN For County Attorney y WS BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County ClerK GEORGE B COOPER i For Assessor W A CARSON I For Superintendent of Pcbooli GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W HERRIN i T TUB Standard a Negro reiiubiicai publication at Lexington created ex citement in the ranks of republican leaders by demanding that the Negro be given a fair division of the nomina tions on the republican ticket for county and municipal offices to be elected this Fall The article says that a large majority of the republican voters or that city and county are Negroes and that many of them are competent tc run for county judge county clerk county jaileK county assessor and sher itT and the demand is made that be equally divided The article theyI If we have resigned the whole world to the white man and reserved only Jesus for ourselves we hasten to nulli fy the agreement and that with a ven geance and a bass drum thud to empha size our earnestness and determina tion It is nothing but fair that the Negro should be given some of the good things as he is the bone and sinew of the republican party but he hasnt a snow balls chance at recognition by the Fayette rods who believe in hold ing all the offices they can get and that the colored brothers only right is that of suffrage IN an interview in Louisville Hon William Jennings Bryan said There is a very evident growth of democratic asbwho are winning popular favor are do ing so by the advocacy of democratic principles LaFollette made his splen did fight largely on the primary plan and railroad regulation both of which are democratic principles Roosevelts arbitration of the coal strike and the Rate Regulation Bill are both directly in line with democratic tenets and all proveiclusion may be drawn Thatdemocrats need not be ashamed of democracy since r it is so popular with republicans Mr Bryan came to Louisville to deliver a lecture to the Glenwood Chautauqua and he was given a great ovation by the people regardless of party affiliation CALEB POWERS will be tried pot in- the Federal but in the State court He will be fairly tried and with a fair trial t his guilt will be demonstrated beyond the possibility of doubt by any sane or reasonable man just as it has been three times in the past says the Springfield Mass Republican which has watched the case closely from the beginning to the present time There I seems to bo at least one honest repub lican paper in these United States JAILER KELLEY of New Castle must be a good natured kind of a soul Feeling sorry for his prisoners he gave them permission to go to the Eminence fair and they had a great time They ihadaccess to the grounds but now Mr l Kelley is under arrest for granting the privilege t TilE man who was leading the or chestra when Lincoln was shot W S Withers has just died at Wakefield N Y It was at first thought that he was the assassin and he was roughly handled but it soon became apparent that he was innocent I CiiAHLKS NEAL is in jail at Flemings burg charged with breaking into a church and stealing a Bible Seems to us a little missionary work is needed in the county of Fleming POLITICAL In a hot race in Grant county Dr J F Scott former representative was renominated He is a strong Paynter f manSecretary Taft and party have arriv- edf f at Manila Their arrival was made the occasion of a gorgeous water pat I geantState Senator Frank H Farris of i Missouri was acquitted at Jefferson i City of the charge in con nection with the e ot the alum I tbill by the State Legislature f tf The democratic committee of Adair county will meet in Columbia Satur- dayf Aug 19 and nominate about three candidates for county offices They will a candidate for county judge 1onefor and one for assessor I 1 all indications W H Wilson i Jm of Columbia will receive the nomination L 1 0 h t Hugh VanArsdalo has been appoint postmaster at VanArsdale Mere countyThe trouble at Lexington between the Roberts Elkin faction of the republican party and the Negro republicans of the city and county is growing more pronouncedThe for nomination of Democratic candidates for Kenton county and Covington offices passed oIT quietly Saturday The nominees an For State Senator Harbeson Repn sentatives McLean Arnett and Simmons County Clerk Mclncrnej County Assessor Menninger County Judge Manser Sheriff Davlsor Coroner Tarvin For Police Judge John B Read A mass meeting was held at Somerset by the Denton faction of the He publican party and resolutions adopt citing the outrages and bitterly denouncing State Chairman Ernst for his partiality shown in the contest between Adams and Parker for the county chairmanship The resolutions close with a demand for the resignation or removal of Mr Ernst from the State Committee at once for the good of the Eight votes in as many days is the record Judge Thomas II Poynter i1 making these days in his race for n seat in the United States Senate as the successor of Jo C S Blackburn With the close of the week Saturday through primary and party committee action he has added just that man votes to the large number already pledged to him in his race Thes votes are in safely Democrats districts and can be put down in the sure column of the Greenup county jurist They are Zeb Stewart of Callowaj county Mat Mitchell of Green antII Taylor counties Henry 1t Cox o Morgan and Wolfe counties Dr J T Scott of Grant county Senator M L Harbeson of Kenton county It C Simmons of Kenton county Milton McLean of Kenton county L W Ar nett of Kenton county Kentucky State Journal Here and There David Reed of Hamlet Ind shot and killed his wife and drowned him elfThe yellow fever situation at New Orleans is believed to be distinctly improved John Ingram a farmer was shot and nstantly killed near Donerall by Ed Volley a neighborIMaking a noose Charles Latscha hanged himself at n Cincinnati sanitarium Because of quarantine restrictions navy mail trains in the South have- been discontinued temporarily Gov Cox of Tennessee rode 3C niles on horseback to the State militia encampment atMurfreesboro- It is stated that the Equitable Com anys business has fallen oft 25000 100 since the scandal cropped out Kentucky ranks fourth among the States for internal revenue collections its payments aggregating 217SI309 Lightning struck aIDago at Tar ytown N Y and burned up 200- in paper money that he had in his pocket leaving him unhurt Capt Evan P Howell long prom- Inently identified with Southern journalism died at his home in Atlanta after an illness of three weeks Chicago police chasing robbers fired a fusilade One policeman was shot in the wrist two innocent persons were wounded and the robbers escaped John D Rockefeller is surveying the round for his new summer home at Buttermilk Hill across from Nyack on the Hudson It is to cost 1000000 At a meeting of Chinese at Yokohama it was resolved to boycott American bankers shippers and insurance rents Action with regard to other lines of business was deferred Attorney General Hays holds that venue agents must be represented by the County Attorney of the county where they sue for back taxes on omit ted property and they have no authority to employ other counsel in such proceeding Both sides cliam to have made gains in the telegraphers strike on the Northern Pacific and Great Northern railways The strikers claim to be confident of victory while the railroad officials traffic is moving under absolutely normal conditions The State Board of Health through Dr McCormack its secretary has sent an official communication to the local health officers of Fulton and Wickliffe directing that the local quarantine declared in those towns be raised It is sorted in the communication that the local quarantine is worse than useless inducing a false sense of security and reducing unnecessary inconvenienc Another Good man Gone Wrong lIe neglected to take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first signs of kidney trou ble hoping It would wear away and hewas soon a victim of Brlghts disease thcre is danger in delay but if Foleys Kidney Cure Is taken at once the symptoms will disappear thb kidneys are strengthened and you are soon lound and well A R Bass of Mor rantown Ind had to get up 10 or 12 times In the night and had a severe ia kache and pains in the kidneys md was cued by Foleys Kidney Cure Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Isaac Smith of London is dead of lockjawN Putnam of Lebanon died on a train in North Dakota Capt John Pennington of AnnevilleI Jackson county died nt his age of 78 Vic Messer charged with the murder of Ellen Cnrnes was given a sentence of four years in the penitentiary in the Knox circuit court Burnside parties have arranged to put in electric lights at Monticello The machinery has been ordered and workwill begin at once T J Winfrey is dead at Jamestown For several years he served as ringmaster at the Somerset fair and made about the noisest one ever was At a meeting of the directors of the Farmers Bank of Salvisa Geo W Robinson was elected president Ed Gill vice president and C E Gaines was reelected cashier The same Boanl or Directors was reelected The President has approved the sentence of the courtmartial in the case of Lieut Marion B Wilholt formerlyI of Kentucky who was accountljatAssistant Postmaster John Ballard of Richmond way arrested on the charge of rifling registered letters Se cret service men have been working on the case for some time Young Ballard had been recently promoted to a 1000 salary He is wellknown here where has frequently visited Miss Ida May Adams left Monday for Shelbyville from there to New lord City and she will return to Shell man Ga John Winkler aged about 55 of near Brodhead and Mrs Sarah TuesdayCashierpointed administrator of the estate of J II DunnMt Vernon Signal Seashore Outing Old Point Comfort Ce O Route Chesapeake Ohio Ry SATURDAY AUf 12 II2JO front Lexington WlnohetUr Mt Sterling nml Morrhenil Hpvulnl vestlbuleil train leaven Lexington 740 r at O W BAimKY DI A Lexington Ky The- CORDON SCHOOL For Boys in the Country PROF A N CORDON 101111IftIIdiscipline thorough Instrlution nmt lolt moral lm the Ixuutlful Jock llendrlck riace3H 111118 Kant of Frank fort 15 minutes walk from loge Htutlon on lheIN It It lie lathe parents who roiuldcr the formation ol character the orner tune of education to examine the Ideal conditions nfTordfii by hl school from very point of view The school opens Sept I I 1905 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue SHERIFFS SALE J liy virtue of execution No IJA3 illrtuteil to lie wlilili lt Uf l front the clerk ofllce of till Lincoln county circuit court In Moor of Irr KnizlernKiilnkt J K Sitters IIIld Clio W Iullliiui Ior one of my uVputlrx will Oil MONPAV AUGUST 1I1U totwiin the hour of oclock r J cluck e at the rourChoiut door In Itiinlonl Lincoln county Ky expon to jublli ne to the highest the follow property foro much thereof us may U iece ury towitlify plttlntllfiiiltbt hta rest mil cost towlts In mare about iiimU three Ill Itll high anil her kiickllnic colt othe following real estate In Lin eolll county Kyloundlri no follows On orth by Dflaw Kiimt hy A U TIUiilth mid Iticlaonl Cobb on West liy UlIIlivens 1I11I11r fjiwwlll on Houtli liy 1111I coin old Uoylv turnpike rood contnlnlni il out mureoriee AU ut inuiicifH of whlllI lIeri county Ky the but Ky rile add undlwldkdybutterdlit of MuHnr J Ilillliiiu- TKIIMH The sale will Iw made on ncrcd It of six month bond with iipproveil wcur ty required bearing interest nt the rate of 6 HT cent per annum from day of rale lavInK the force anil erect of n stilt bond WitnenN my Imtiil thN 27th ilnv of July liAr MHJlAUIIUMANHLlIfly O T WOOD PM LU Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court IouUvllle Tolwcco Warehouse Co Plain tilT ts K I Kaulconer et ill DcfiiHluntn puce of Hal- e1uniiaiit to n Jmlsnient of the Lincoln Circuit Court renUenU In the ntovo tIdctlon at the lone term 1KB the uiidcrnlnn ltI tlommlkiloiiir of said court will on MONDAY AtQUHT J4TJI1W5 JII front of the court houso door In Htnnfoiil K outcry to- leialghetandltbidder the Equity or tedemptlon In tofu to the lollow Ingdescrlb- I real ektnte A tract of land halted In Incoln county Kw ettato h loiimlid an follows beginning at u Mono In he Stanford and Komeroet turnpike anti truer to John W Jobn on things his line N s7 K poles to a none corner to W lohntontht ncu line N HO dole to a vhltu oak In the old line thence with tuneN 61 W W wle to two sweet cunu corner to U Him thence hU pine H au W Isu IKIC to a tone corner to Unvlcl him thence hU line- N W 331ole to the above numed pike- tenet with rune H 7 W W poles to u none In the West side of the pike thence 8 K 81 leto the beginning and containing W icres liy survey The sale will he monde on n credit of six rlqlliredtogood tho Cominlmlonur ndhearing alxpercent ltttereetfrom ditto finle GEO B BAUFLEY M C LC C a ta LowI f THE URFIT- In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes re duced from 395 to r 300 Our 300 grades and the styles aregood and quality satisfac tory Reduced to 2 OO j r tM a lot of off in we are at for are we 1 be i + + FM ++ + go FOR blurt Itrnb lkrklhln hole nhd t outhd0w krud lIudla J Cnrpeiaer Ky k KYf- irstClass Turnouts at katel pedal to Urn and nay For Ea1f Farm I deslr to wll III farm of td ncrra of loin from Trunk HIIII iilyiiipliiiyard ft tint well of mineral wale th8follow amply N by HUtr Willu will howr The water eontnbt Gsl gran of YE Vii cnrtb Of troll antitulle trnce W rltt- to Will Islrgnut iHllltllflIllK Mt Haltin Ky J S Irn Iteyott to inKiwct their hock of llIIfl toolll of thrill n Jenni V ullrool 1Vt Pall or wrl l fur Agents wanted P 0 Crab Orchard Ky ta row ehtsa kitchen which inemw oqt eatliiK hor well cared lor Rote 11r rltl to KH Filial i11 grab OnlInrll Ky MILLS Xy tile tcKhll1l 1I01lr Mllishawing taught IIntl lthek rvlce of Mr W MDuil dlrllr ulnlIIst edln nontl or In duct of It II to note will nlo loin keep on lmnd u of nil which will tlIlIt the lowkt nmrkit price hay to buystock I want will hl he t rush for J I Herell loon window herlIUI and ICrtllI- Inlt Blue Flume Wlekll 111 Htowes Lace JllrtohJl Hlllttlu Pole Extension lortlerreii track Doomtecttou Windows r Htulnit hues lluggle New Old Furniture lonle and see you can a lxcollent Plenty of hor e and feed r Tiring lone Moreland Ky Shanks Walker Shanks all know are as Tans re from 350 250 in Pat ents Reduc ed from 250 5i f 1 lit tle gents 150 to SlOO We have styles ladies and chil drens slippers which 50c for Children and 75c and the Ladies They good but old styles See them and think you will convinced fM i- 11H lllltlll tlll J MROBERTS STANFORDo SALE IiIlIftlllll HiistonvUie NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSS CLAutSCNln- n1JNCTION CITY Reasonable Attention Traveling Small For Sale of- Icldorrhlehalu11hnteof cllmmnodumneI11111 Ionian eonfound Murphy Son Hcdgcvillc Kentucky swfyg0041 McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnnuYIKontucky Mnntifncturrriot 1I0wlnfthe Dripping Springs A0151ltupk kuodhablentulyour ROLLER JlcXinnoy atierltilttottteejlt eoiidrto II1l1chhllry IIIKrllllllnlC repillrittultheuroo secund cutolllgrllldlllK kiHClalty yourwnVatanif ttIMultiIIY McKnniyt THE VERDICT LnrUruwlwllrpetHtrotcblrajHcrub ndtJuEmtinelr 1lctureeFronted oomlthlng riceandthugglea iidlfeed undertaking equipment Pruitt Brothers THE MANSS You itJIThere few good and Patents duced 4 BbysOxfords and Vici 75vYouths JmrrL 175 125 and from selling quality 1 McKINNEY gEErEErEErE ttEErEErE Er1 mLt m itaOur stock of School Books TabletsgVIM School Bags Pens Ink Slates and i all kinds of School Supplies is ready t fEfor you We are headquarters in this m line w W iTi Jj PENNYS DRUG STORE ra9nnrord Kentucky ICI 3 3 B 3 First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Thl Institution wai orlglnallr citabllihtil u the DeposIt think of Stanford In 1651 then reorganized ai the National Rink of Htanforl In 18tS and again reofganlied ai the UnIt National Ilaik of Stanford In ISil baring had practically an nnlnler rupted existence for year It li lupplled now with facllltloi for transacting builntM promptly and well than ever before In lit long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited CAPITAL Olrtctors B Paxton J D Owiley 811 W O Oeo W Carter II Foster L O Goocb oil Oummlni W M Bright It L Hubble w n to to 1 to i n n I better J j rBucceitori to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and uufler same management continuously for 3d years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers 1 J HOCKKH T lURRt V PrutIJ J uoit0RE1ITN W II WKAKENAut Chr Directors j F Held DanTllle T Ramie Stanford J locker Stanford K L Tanner M U II T P JnJ II Elmoreltai1fordfJ M 0 E LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK BOOOO 1Offlura H BHANKflPruldsnV J B IaxlonrVice 1resldenl WI M mtlOIITOsihlsr J WiO WALKEll i Asst Cashier STANFORD MALL FEMALE SEMINARY t t First term begins MONDAY SKIT 4 1905 Our faculty in strong equipment firstclass surroundings coinfoitable college work done on cottlego work accepted by the beet institutions in the State tutee very reasonable Dont send off to school when you have ns goof or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky 1- t t t r Te76c Fancy Silks at sac IA1J fancy Bilks nt fiOe 20 inch White HabutaJ 25cj 27 inch Wliitttllaliutai BOc 1215and 25o wash goods only lOu Size 18 in flack CoreetsIGc VGitt prices on nil Dlack null Tan Sllpp rs tiCut prices on Mens Summer weight Shoes JI 11L1JoyeGOu WaisU only88o J 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I 4s f STANFOHD KY Auo 8 1005 WB have a new stock of box papers that will Interest New shaptls nn qualities Penny a Drug Store PERSONALS j C littaMM vidtetl friond p i in oy eIMR J M UOUKRTS of Pulaskl wan hero yesterday Miss ANNA DAVIS McKonnnrs Is with Cincinnati relatives 1CRARLBS HOLMAN of Crab Orchard for J T Jones MRS J M McCAHTY and children went to Plnoville yesterday MH ARTHUR CARTER and family went to Louisville Saturday Miss MARY CARTWRIOHT of Louis tine Is with Mm Mattie Whiter Miss SUSIE SAUNDKRS Is the guest of Mrs M C Williams at Somerset Miss MARY GARNETT of Cave City Is with her sister and brother here MK AND MRS JAMBS MBKBHON of Lebanon Junction are with relatives Miss MBLLIE Horrnn of Huston L with friendb ville was huro Satunlay MRS AMANDA HARRIS has moved to f the rooms over Mr S P Grays store KARLBS COFFKY of London xvas here Saturday on his way McKinney Mil AILEN TiiAYLOR has moved his family bask to Stanford from Lancaster MISS SUSAN FISIIHR WOODS Is with L her ststor Mas S M Allen at Millers j buTIMIss MAROARBT LKWIS is visiting J G Irvine In tho Willow Grove section I MR DAN TRAYLOR and Miss Carrie t Springs Dunn spent Sunday at Olympian Miss EuzAnmi Josns has gone to to attend the Jone Norm u f Iwltton MIL T T MARTIN and wife of Lox t t ington are guests of his parents at Rowland MESSRS JAMBS WILSON and Jphn L of laburgwere here tlSaturnay 1lIumms of Mckinney up Wllllamsburjf lumber yesterday totake MR KEBNB LUTBS wife and son of Paris are with his parents Mr and Mrs John Lutes MR J K NBVIUS and wife of Lan caster spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Mettle Ncvius- PROK J W IRELAND is hero looking t after the Graded School of which he was elected superintendent Miss NANNIE KENNEDY who has been visiting the homofolks lucre re turned to Knoxville Sunday JUDGE C W COOK and daughter Miss Lucy Cook of Corydon Ind wore I with Dr and Mrs L H Cook MRS H D GREGORY and children Covington arrived Friday night to her father and brothers here 1orMRJ M REYNOLDS and wife of will leave for Mtaouri week for a prospecting trip ofMISsEs ALICE AND Hose ALCORN Stanford were registered at the Con federate Home at Pewee Valley last week MR JoriN W FLOWERS of Louis villc attended the Danville fair and met many of his old Lincoln Garrard and Boylo county friends Din P fi WARNER and family have moved from Garrard to tho Harris homo on Logan Avenue Stanford people generally welcome such good fami lies to their midst- MESDAMES W H WEAREN and W U McKinney and children are at Dripping Springs Mesdames E P Woods nettle flush Susan Yeager and Eliza Blain will join them this week Uilirr It G JONES and little daughter Maggie Jones went to Knoxville Saturday to visit his son John Jones Mrs Jones went as far as Mnretsburg with them and visited Mrs S II Mar tin n HOWAN SAUFUJY of this byMn week with thot office Is at Paducah this Regiment which is Second Kentucky encampment there Mr in annual Sauuey is adjutant of the MBtalIon lIe will be gone about two weeks MISSES KATE PENCE and Bessie f Yantis or Stanford were guests of Miss Gertrude Noel Mr G W Evens of Crab Orchard continues quite ill at l the home of his daughter Mrs James II I1utchlnJts Mr and Mrs W Logan Wood entertained nt dinner complimentary to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell of Somerset Danville Ad f starts r IL C WIUY is ill IIMils J U BUSII of Lexing hero yesterday Mss MAMIB liAU nn of Bryants vlllo is with Miss Mary Phillips JUDOE M C SAUFLBY and Kev It B Mnhony were at Liberty yesterday Mn Buncn BUCHANAN of Crab Or chard was hero with friends yoster ijnyv Mu AND MRS G K FALLIB of Em Inence nrowith Uioir8onIr 0 B Pallia MRS KTTA MUHIXKH illof typhoid fever is doing an well as could he ex pected JAMBS REID of Danville who has typhoid fever continues in a precarious conditionMIss FUYE of llustonvillo Is the guest of Miss Maymc Hawlings AdvocateIMu WALTER WAHRRN will rent his farm anti take apositionwithaTar Co in North Carolina MR THOMAS J DKRK wife and son Walter of Marion III are visiting their sister Mra M M Sweeney MRS S S ANTIS and children who have been with Mr J A Dudderar loft for their home in Indianapolis Sun slay Tim attractive widow of Col David G Colson of Middloaboro is the guest of her cousin Miss Florence Tanner at McKinney MRS W H Dr ToN of Lexington and Miss Jennie Higgins of Paint Lick who have been guests at Mrs Adelia Woods left yesterday for their ETTA C BROWN and son Lewis of Mill Springs are guests of the family of Mr J D Ends Mrs J B Lanier and daughter Miss Jcnia of Mill Springs tire with Mrs S J Had LOCALS Wi have 100 stock hogs that we want fed or sold either Lutes Co Stanford HEAD inanother column the adver tisement of the Gordon School for Boys CANNKI coal Glen Mary and Jellico coal See mo before you buy W S Wtgham Moreland QUARTERLY COURT was irt session on yesterday but no business worthy of mention was transacted WB have a carload of Globe Fertili zero See us Also a lot of Hoosier Drills E T Pence Co SMITH James Smith aged 73 died at Livingston The remains were shipped to I ouisville for interment Wu will nave a carload of Western horses at the depot stock pens Monday next court day Go and see them E P Woods Son JAMBS T MBNKHEBS base ball team known the country over as Tho Graft era will play tho Lebanon team on tho tatters grounds this afternoon Tin Brodhead fair begins Wednesday week 1C and continues three days See the advertisement on another page telling of some of the attractions that have been engaged for this year Tilt L N will run an excursion to Louisville Sunday morning Aug 20 nt J175 for the roundtrip Train will leave Stanford at A and two ouches will be reserved for white peo aleIN Judge W A Tribbles court Sat Inlay morning Jim Hughes of Row land caught a line of 15 and Frank Hubbard of this place 10 for shoot- Ing craps They are both working out tho finesImonth it my stable after July 1st will bo charged regular prices for when they have more than hitchingI in my stable at the same time Bcazley PropS- UNDAY was about tltc hottest day of the season in Stanford and had not a shower fallen lato that evening sleep would have been one of the impossi bles that night Another rain fell yesterday cooling oft the atmosphere considerably TTill oldest inhabitant does not recollect the summer of 1816 but it is said that it was the coldest ever frost and ice appearing in New York in the month of July With a weeks exception tho July just past had a record for low temperature not exceeded in many years Ring Out the Old Ring in the New Thats what we arc doing in regard to our Summer and Fall GoodeWc are moving out as rapidly aa possible all Summer goods to make room for our new Fnll stock whichwill soon begin to arrive Wo have to begin early in order to get the stock marked and arranged before selling time So prico is no object on Summer goods RI we must have room for tho new y MR WILL SEVERANCE has begun on a pretty cottage he will erect on the Wallace shop site WE will give n years subscription to tho INTERIOR JOURNAL for a male Shepherd pup three to six months old TIIEIII are about 200 guests at Crab Orchard Springs and still they come 8t1thisyears Mn1I D GREGORY who married Miss Louise Bailey of this place has been nominated by the republicans of Kenton county for county attorney He had no opposition THE Frankfort Journal contained a picture of James Fryc Frankfort crack base ball pitcher tho other day Mr Fryc is a Iluslonville boy and a footIorders wo will run our mill night and day for while longer before installing our new engine Mall and other orders will re ceive prompt attention J H Ikiugh mun Co Tan Joint Teachers Institute for the counties of Lincoln Garrard and Holt begun at Junction City yesterday with a good crowd of teaches present Prof Hoark of Lexington is conductor A wagonette full of teachers went from here yesterday Till Liberty fair Aug 16 17 and 18 will draw many people from this coun ty who look forward to their yearly trips to the capital of Caseyduring fair time A splendid premium list has been prepared and the prospects are that the biggest crowd ever seen in Liberty will be there during the fair next week Better join the procession FIVE IN JAI0 Sunday evening July 1C Cecil Crutchtlcld the 16year old son of Mr A A Crutchfield was shot through tho head and killed at a dance at the old cheese factory between Ottcnhoim and Kriger A coroners in quest was held and the verdict render ed was that Crutchfield came to his death by a pistol wound inflicted by an unknown pcnJon A detective of Lex ington was engaged to look up the guil ty party and as a result James Carter Jr Dick Chandler Elmore Siler und Misses Lena Staton and Ethel Delaney are now in jail awaiting their trial to morrow Wednesday morning The writ on which they were all arrested was for conspiring and feloniously murdering young Cecil Crutchfield All of the parties were at the dance but none of them claim to know who fired the fatal shot Miss Staton was working at the King Hotel Crab Orch ard when tho arrest was made and Miss Delaney was at her homo in Lox ton The latter is a daughter of J M Delaney formerly of the Highland section She was brought hero by Officer L Y Johnson n MATRIMONIAL Ambrose Durham and Miss Maggie Lair were married at Yocums school house on tho 1th An announcement of extremo interest to the society People of this city says the Somerset Journal is that of the engagement of and approaching mar riage of Miss Clam McCrcary Herr and cerealmony ing for Toledo Ohio where on next Tuesday evening ho will be married to Mss Mary Stella Ballou youngest daughter of Rev Joseph Ballou of Stanford tho ceremony taking place at the home of the brides sister Mrs John L Duncan Mr and Mrs War ren will spend several days on tho lakes end arrive in Middtesborough shortly after the middle of August and make this city their home Middlesboro News The Somerset baseball club defeated the Danville nine at Somerset Saturday The first game by a score of 11 to 4 and the second by 25 to 12 That was the inauguration of tho new ball grounds there JoeLynn Colfey of this place played with tho visitors Mrs H Miles 80 years of age who fled from Roscdale Miss to Chicago to escape feared yellow fever died at Chicago from exhaustion incident to the trip A second bankruptcy petition was sled m the Federal Court at Coving ton against the Hume Cooperage Corn pany of Richmond I a CHURCH MATTERS Central City Is to have a 30000 Methodist church Rev J Gi Livingston closed a meet lag Sunday night at Holdams with 19 additions millI Rlshop McCloskey has taken a stand against Sunday picnics and in jtryAiwallw just issued he says such an event is worse than the 10 plagues of Egypt lie issues strong Instructions to Catholics regarding Sunday picnics and denounces them The president preached a lay sermon to the Christian Brotherhood of Oyster Bay Sunday His appearance was a surprise to most of the audienco as he had stipulated that there should be no advance announcement of his acceptance of an invitation to address the brotherhood Ho took the text for his discourse from the Scriptures largely from Matthew and his discourse was a disquisition on the sub stantial elements of a life of grace and Christian conduct n FOR SALE I Having Mild my fiirin I bnvi for sale wv rut liwlof AlMnlivnAilKUHCiittlc towlttFont Bow sod colls II vnr lint pllorl rtitlitcml BytiiroHl hull 29 ymrllny teriili o I iinclSvnrsold JMOtML4YMIIJMburrard 50 REWARD I wlllulw IrA rvwnril for information lend liiK lotht rfcovfry ola twoymrold dark core bhtrklnaneusdfalIIilehwuNtolta July Mhnml conviction of the thief or will nerlll rwllnl for the return of the volt An till Mtiite otter n Miimllni reward or Va fur n hone tulf f It will worth ones time to look Httrr thin one J KlOOKL- OIIK UIGntce riiom1 it Lexington Ky FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Kami contain rA ncrvs of land In good hAt or cultivation hulls from Irnb Or chart on lmncaslrrplke W nor In mend ow 31 itrm In cultivation 2 tine Hardens orclmnlitc The Improvement runet of II hOUMofslxranunewlypn1errd and In rood rvuilr CIMern at door ant ram oat hau uN Ida nteroliN rind In good rOil illtlon Npletidldtrblenudtwncrlls Will Nell privately Milt J H JOSKM flex rlCiraliOrchard Ky PUBLICSALE wI will MIl at my puns noar Ml Hiilnu on TtTKHIIAY AtIU TlS tin foIlowliiK iltwrlUd iiroKrty 111111 ycar old Dtiilllou by Iy Dan iniirv fad colltooll worker and breeder four ytalr old JIIII11 heavy In foal t blue n1t- rllIr11II1I ImrneMi MeCormlck binder tiny rake corn drill wheat drill corn cruilierStwoliorM turning plows one hors tnniliiK plow long khnft part ollIhll t nrt two wagon hay Inure Mirny doubli shovel plows 2Ia- gIhovrIN2JuugdngeuItrs2 fiiltlvutors ratting lox and a lot of other things too minieroux to harner Mid IIW1I1I01l15111h lts btldle fork hoc Kile HeKltm lit oclock ttL C DUNN P O Hustonvllle Ky Commissjoners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Ivlt llnle etts nilmr Plaintiff vv W II lludttettn lielrM it III iHfendlints No tlieo Ma- rlunuanttoa judgment or the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered In the al action nt the June term 16 the undersign Coinniliitlonerof Mild Court will on MONDAY AUUUHTHTH maG Ititwevn lux hours of land r In front of the court lioiixe dour In Stanford Kyhell at iiiililli outcry to lh hlKhent blilder tilt following desrrllml real eiitiite Mltualxl III Mncoln county Ky on the IIIItollII and Colfeyii Hald real estate U tliiM lioiindeil Ilcglnalng- nttin center of the pike stone set noun tort corner of the landn of Wallace Uoode T and OC Lyons thence N 0 K with fariKiiterK line m iiolea ill link to a clout corner J OllfllIhrlthllIc N M 5l Poles with stone In the center of tho pile thence with tald coll1II11tIngixof thUuile to Kiittufv certain debts of tin ntingof Interest and till co ts of this nctlon The Mile will U limit on u cretin of six months iinil the purchaser will U rvtjiilrtd eglvrloud for the o with Copnulsloneriudor suf and Ilslvutg the force nail ettect or n JudKUient GKO U SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court IliuUm llremer 1lalntirf vs Arnold Htelnneuer et III litfendantit Notice of sae ruriiuiintto n jiKlitiiiviit of tint Lincoln Circuit Court rendered In tin above tlrlaction at the Juno term IKS the tiiidcrtlirii ed commlksloner of Mild court will on MONDAY AUCJITHT I7II116- n trout of tho court house door Stanford 11 MIo lIut public outcry to ui111I1t and Lest bidder tin Equity of lledemptlon In and to the following de scrllxd real rants Kltuiited la llnroln utility Ky IxKlnuInu urn white oak cur nerot 75acre oi JlIII Alcorn and corner nf Jarvlsnnd In Hue of Yiince Hmlths S8 acre thence with the division lute acros the Hinlth tract IwtwecnOutlneH olwtetoamkelnthuuutsidoandIn An drew J W I9 InJIoletousnkelnSlit old Ilrldpewn ten line cour e N M tt with said HnuWBHt poles to n mall KUIII ami chetmit ktump with imlntpn course of mills n nd of Alcorn 75 acres nosh of lot No or Si acres N M W 00 iioles to n stoke on a ridge with two white oak pointers corner to lot No4 on Uustlnu tract thence his Him HMiU Ff4e4poletotheIwguuing contain Inl A51 acres of lhc wile will lie mode on n credit of six mouths and the purchimer will be required to ulve Load for the price with good payubletothuCosnmlloner- nit benringix per cent of uile GEO B BAUFIEY M C LoC C l s yVSn 13t rili iwvGj1= Childrens Slippers at cut prices White Embroidered Wash Belt 25c 25c Organdies 17c Mens and BOYd Shirts 25c 10HlnslicRemnants of Woolens 18 to 12 off of the regular price Wash Goods Remnants at 14 to 18 off of the regular price Jlhn horc i Big Reduction On all Summer Suits and Odd Pants 20 Per Cent Off the Former Prices i It must move to make room for Winter Goods 818 00 Suits Reduced to 814 40 15 00 Suits Reduced to 12 00 12 50 Suits Reduced to 10 00 10 00 Suits Reduced to 8 00 9 00 Suits Reduced to 7 20 7 50 Suits Reduced to G 00 5 00 Suits Reduced to 4 00 ttta CUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky lhe Casey County Fair r LIBERTY KY r August 16th Three Days q Will be the best ever beld in Liberty Races each tiny Good music Balloon Ascension i Get ready to attend Write for a catalogue Lincoln Wells Pres Henry Thomas Sec 11 DANVILLE SHOE COri Woodson Salleo Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY L 111 i Wo extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends as wbllas others to call and see our magnificent line of Shoes for Men Women and OJiildren and Furnishings for Men Style always the latest Prices reasonable Prompt attention given mail and express orders 1I18YIIJCrow Salesman 1 Wind Up Sale Of our splendid lino of Oxfords and Slippers All from the beet manufac turers in the country All new stock aud stylish t rrsa 00 Oxfords Reduced to 8250 2 50 Oxfords Reduced to 2 00 2 00 Oxfords Reduced to 1 05 1 50 Oxfords Reduced to 120 These are rare Bargains Call at once in order to get phoice of stock w j8 PrkJn t a i ta Crab Orchard xy iu il The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stcwford at ticondclati matter XHUUHIIUU TUUSIJAYS AND FUIO- WH10OPER AT YEAR CASH V When not no paid 4200 will be charg- edUMBRELLAS KccoTertd and repaired and made almost ai new for a amount I can Ix your umbrella better thtu the tramp repaIrer and tor less money Ote rue a trial FHANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately CMyliousonnd 10 acres ot land situated jut outBlile of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Tanta room good cellar stable and all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P nILEV INSURANCE Flro Lightning WlnitHtorm IJf nnd Aeclitent Now tht OtT Rnd- ItH1 Cotiipiifltes Itrtstittd Ivet1oisI- IiI WIItA O Jos lIIlng too onlUntOju led Talk wIth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hisltlonce Phone No Si j The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wffl SSU3ABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished ani under entire Ntw MiniReraenl Boblhe fivorit porter meets all twins R A JONES Dentist 5TANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Phone No1 5J H IOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Llrory Serrtce at Reasonable Bates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BaDa CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Streot STANFOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your Jnllge solicited Horse handledon commission Stock Pens In Connection WiH Muellerf Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Thu 1atest In Jiwulry Hllvvr utllus Wntcbrs mill Clocks In Htock HUSH HONEY DONT CRY I inn still ngnt for Tin Victor Talking Miiclilli Th Victor Is pcrwt Unit It U oltf n IIIlstaklIlor thv liuiiiiiu vulet It U proving invirfiilllng nourxi of dclljdit liiouiuniU illsiii olntmiit to none To till lovers of good music Tin Victor ts mi inspiration jio mutter how iiuivntnt rtiiln ment tinre Is nt lioiiipThf Victor U nhvuvn welcome You CUll at nil times lUUii to luimU orclioHtrn ioim liiitruincntal fnim to Ac thut tlioiiMtiulH of people Hock to hear In crowiletl rtMirtx there Is limit to or MlvutloiH Thin inatchlcsi tustruiiieitLwill recite to you Can I Inter est youT If MJcail nail wo Maniple machine uiui hear It tiliiy On cxlilliltloiint my utorc N WOor IVKit Ht TIUH U HAM Htnnfonl Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there U to little difference In the price of high grade ready made suits aud a suit made to out measure taken by an ex perlenced tailor I have a handsome line ot good I can make from a low price business suit to the floeit drew suit Spring overcoats and trout en The company I represent It one of the beet I also have A line goods I rake upnffor thrip who prefer it BUPLKT the Tailor u NOTICE Hoo A K rtrlmes nu O Uiitnin for nil kinds of Clttrpentcrlnu Palntlim inul 1aiwr Hutmlng Hoof 1IIIIIt IIg Hinthilty tnt Ufiictlonnunrantecd lloxrar K- yNOTICE You should see us before you let out your b use carriage and roof painting Taper hanging n We have of paper from three and can sell ou leadlnghousuottheworldI you can iUaflt plication All work guaranteed Iltinrx lit Co Potncnct strict RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY Tile worll UtmlrM mm who kN Wrens In pbftlnL metal tad nerre fonvi mm ot ambition n trrsoz1iInscnctIni tilt trotrr or Irrt manhood tfuodIirlihYidvelopOefltpndmaJIwort Imajr ptrreifs NEK VIGOR tmun siren etm NlrvI WkItske rleh brIthy blood swI rrsirs tetlnrn freetrIe with a guar ante to rthlndlrDot cored orlnetiremit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHIcACO U A TOB tIME AT rt NTH PBUO STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tics passing on our place nod will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Miii Kate Ador Relchenbnch Bra Fred YonOruenlRanAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllmau Fred Haumann Alfred Simpson Oeorge Holmes MUs Mattlo H Howes E Kelchenbach Charles Oummtns Jos Rallou A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W E Anion W R Dougherty M J Hoffman M D Flmore Peter W arter J Nerln Carter J E Bruce w P Thomas Ferrlll Green FerrillIP3 Coon John B SamTrowbrldge A D Charles Enstlln Frank Cordler 3In W O Welch leter Ralmer Mrs Kate Ador JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiuggRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kiuds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e te Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneaSadlleryf kc STANFORD KENTUCKY Gflico Phono Home Phone S5 A GOOD POINTER For Picnic Parties Hunters and Fishermen Wlnn rjiariiig for your trip to till woods tltlar for llxhliiK or Kiiinln dont ovorliMiU tln fmt that you an sure to iipitl Boiiutlilnp iillnlilc for niisiiiti Mlos IiiKftt fftliiKS chiggers KUnburn win lIIuOIIJtltl ftc oti The most cllloloiit sufo tutu sure urtlclo Hint you till curry with you In Porn cninpli Firt AM to the Injntril Inra iniili not only ijtilckly relkvcs tlio freelyItirhligwill privont 3Iin ijull lilting you QHO othtr Insect AK it jtilck relief for Sunburn it Is tnuHitmllcd llkcwlso leshiuuliLpflik your linger with a fish hook Iaraciiinph will Ktoji till Meedlnj heal tin wound ciulckly and prevent Illood Idlsonlii Ho wlI lilt tarry it bottle of Ititiuiiniph with you It Is the most essential little tiling that you Cull carry on a fishing trip Thousands of hunters until fishermen will testify to this fact Iariiiiiinpli In void only iu oOtltlrlllJhtl KyUrot SAtE BT wlN CRA16 Pharmacist Stanford KT FARMERS DEPARTMENT WANTED Lot of good clean rye W H TrayhorCSixty stock owes for sale Coulter white Stanford fotsale1MFon SALK Nine Southdown bucks A B McKinney McKinney Ct W C Shanks bought of C C Wal ton some 150pound hogs at eIAlfred Ends has engaged Lutes Co at Gc to go Sept 1st It T Bruce is delivering J 11I Baughmnn Co n lot of corn at 3 James Burris sold the Dr Held farm of 300 acres near Paint Lick at 55 i The Darnell farm of 240 acres in Fleming county changed hands at 00 Wade Walker sold 170 acres of im proved Upper Gurrard land to J H Parks at 70IS M Owens has showed his splendid walking gelding four times and won three blues and a red j A 200acre farm near Crab Orchard WIeted horses to die of pink eye Friday Ho had refused 225 for him- I desire to sell 10 to 60 acres of rny place in the suburbs of Hustonville Mrs G B Barnett Hustonville One hundred stock ewes for sale Call at Neal farm near Moreland onset Hunn Coffey Lincoln Wells Yosem ite Dr a C Hooker sold to M M Wall of Auburn his road horse Goo Huff by Haxhall 226 for 750 Richmond Climax Bailey Bros got six blues and five reds at the Danville fair They will rest up this week and go to Liberty next week J D Ends Son sold to J H Baughman Co 500 bushels of wheat at 85c They sold to Al Ross a pair of horses for 165 H G Lutes sold to L P Kunnelley 50 ewes at 385 and shipped to Louis ville a car load of butcher stuff he bought at 3 to 3Jc J F Cook Co of the Union Stock- Yards lngtonolrer a 50 cup for the best herd of jack stock exhibited at the State Fair at Lexington Bledsoe Bailey is feeling good over having won the big saddle stake at the Danville fair with his fine threeyear old mare He heat a ring full of good ones with her To HORSEMEN I am now prepared to break and train your yearlings and other thoroughbreds at reasonable rates Firstclass training track R H Bro naugh Crab Orchard Ky Owing to Mayor Tom Johnsons fight against pqolselling it is announced that racing at the handsome Gienvilie track at Cleveland 0 will be abolished after the present meeting Meetings of burley tobacco growers were held in 20 Kentucky towns and counties Saturday to discuss the organ ization plan of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association The capital stock of the proposed concern was originally fixed at 2500000 but it isI now said that this may be increased to 7500000 Fully 5000 people from all over the dark tobacco district of Kentucky and Tennessee attended the barbecue at Gracy Friday which was held in the interest of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association Eightytwo carcasses were barbecued Congressmen John W Gaines of Tennessee and A 0 Stanley of the Second district of Ken tuck delivered rousing speeches which were enthusiastically received Last year I raised 500 chickens hatching them with hens and taking them away from the hens and broodingi them in an abandoned hotbedII writer in the August Country Life in America Did you ever hear of making a brooder of a hotbed No 1 Neither did I until I tried it last Spring and I can trulysay that I never raised finer chickens than those who passed their early life in the famous hotbed I say famous for people came from all all around to see it They came to laugh but remained to say Well I never Colic and Diarrhoea A Remedy that Is Prompt and Pleasant The prompt results produced by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Heinedy together with its pleasant taste have won for it a place in many households Mr W T Taylor a merchant of Vinslow Aht writes I have used Chamberlains Colin Cholera and Diarrhoea Kennedy myself and also with men on my place for diarrhoea und colic anti it always jive relief promptly and pleasantly If For sale hynllIhttjXglstR the lamp JWhile out Oil to burn Will profits earn How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxativn Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or grlpo and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store id A Warning to Mothers Too much earo ran not be used with small children dusting the hot weather of the Summer months to guard against bowel troubles As u rule It Is only necessary to give the1t1ltl a dose of castor oil to correct any disorder of 8ubsttItuteoil and seo that It is fresh as rancid oil nauseates and huts n tendency to gripe If this docs nut cheek the bowels give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DlurrluiMi Itemedy and then a lose of castor oil anti the ills ease may bo checked In Its Inclplency anti all danger avoided The castor oil and this remedy should bo procur ed nt once and kept ready for Instant use as soon as the first indication of ally bowel trouble appears This Is the most successful treatment known and may be relied upon with Implicit confidence even in cases of cholera In faptum For sale by nil druggists S S All records for markmnnship in the United States army were broken at Fort Sheridan near Chicago by Cor poral Joseph C Smith colored of Com pany G 25th Infantry from Fort Reno Okla He made a score of 181 out of n possible 200 in slow fire shooting In rapid fire shootipg he made a score of 97 out of a possible 100 iiDien Spiegel 1214 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over tire years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost llesh and was till run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the lxt physicians Who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleyd Kidney Cure was recommended anti the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle Iwusentlrclycured Penn 8 Drug Store Farm at Private Sale I Kami containing M ncnit liuul In uoocl jtiitcof cit tiitloii mHox from Iliixtoii vlllc nu Mtildlcliurt ilki go xt Iwillln rontnlntiiK nix room In VITJ gail muilr Uo xl cittern nil iipcvmnry olltllulhl For cnll 0111111 lit Junction I- tKorJlIUITIIIIIOIIIII Ky MIIHM K JKNKINH A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY OHice over McItoberU Drug Store in the Oweley Building Jesse W Sweeney rnorfiiKToii Livory Feed and Sals Stable Lancaster Ky brace well fed And cared fur Up to dutii at reasonable rules Dar1 Traylor DEALIII WHIsk Brandy Wines BGBF Gloar Ftc YItsePrompt soS pultie tttntlon Nothing but Iht btl a drink Mall phont cr ttltgrirri orJtrt rtttlvt ironpl attentio- nESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE PRIVATELY I will Mll irlvutily my rvnUlMicK lit Hliin ford on lii vii tVttl lit ctiiiI lntlnn of iilnu rixmu ImlUif Mirilicx nttli Imtli room clo ftiiilliirH out with colicritc nor stud uliUK with lock closvt iluIVMl oft Kluctrlo wlrtM flirotigh till ltMf bltiliMH inul Ixitli rout AltiiiHixBiiryoiitliiillillni Hum with tuimiK inul urMv tl loft thot Mull corn urlli ciirrliiK liount1 nil 1I111r mil roof ioxl uiirilrii All JniTslii Kooil ripnlr lo iiitlon utwu Oot 11- 0IltM1tI IllItClI HtiuifonlKy Training School for toys at North Mlddletownlourbon Ctunty Ky Iltitid well niluiitril tIlt Ittit lest lit rill inul liiMilthful Inlliivnc tin IstntHo milooiiK or luttiece of tvinitntlon Hatrst lihiie In KiiiitiicUy for lioyH drill n iiiliuitfi dully Instruction thoroiiKli Discipline kind rOlltll lint tutu Not n Hcliool of lUform for vlclou toys hut Ii clirUtlini hoist for good loyi Only n limit Ill tiikon Homlon iHKlnii l4opt ll Its Kor pnrtlvutiirniiildfuHii MILTON niMOTT 1rlnclpil Jud MOHaufliyOlnrenco Tttu and WllllniiiHvvcrunceHtnnrord Icy- I LtLl Great Clearing sale I IThis sale is the beginning of n series of onlc which will give tlio buy lug public of this locality tlio greatest barjjnin opportunities theyover hail This is not the Ordinary Sort of Clinring Sale My purcbaces last Spring were very large the accumulation of Oiltls lilt Entln anti broken lotu is naturally larger than ever before My tinaltcrablo rule U not to carry any ellillgi815 Suits nro cut to 510JI8 812f Suits to S8U8 810 Suits to 5748 t 8750 Suits to 8518 t5 Suits to SJ USJbo Youths and Boys Suits Odd Pants Dry GrKxls Shoes lint and Caps ladies and GeiiU Furnish ings will go accordingly SAMROBINSONNext STANFORD KY r b HEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADEI- N YOUR OWN TOWN BY THIS SIGN VOLf tfAY KNOW THE SINGER STORE WHERE YOUARE ASSURED OF TH 7101 FAIR DEAUNG BY YOUR OWN TOWNS PEOPLE BACKED BY THE SINGER GUARANTEEI SOLD OR RENTED ATCSinger Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky II C FLOWKHS MnniiRor E- MlEABLEt4A5i JtfM4LLt4tE This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the best the market af fords JoeOROE Ha FAFtFtIS a COt Stanford Kentucky The Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK J OF BRODHEAD KY Oi ers to the People a Safe iiad Conservative Hanking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give your business and we guarantee a pleasant toni profitable relation Pay per cent interest on all of 8100 or more when left in the bank and not checked upon lor a period of six months aJ W HUTCHESON Cashier JII