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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n ti t TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIIISTANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 111905 NO 46 IITobacco Heart Are you learning to smoke boys Learning by heart tobacco heart Head what n doctor says In the Medical Summary and then enjoy your smoke if you can take In carr InHlnoklnlt tobacco wo bonic oxide several ammoniac and very poisonous oil containing nicotine The ammonias und nicotine are the sub alances which by acting In numerous directions are so Injurious to the sys tem The ammonias act on the blood making ft alkaline and fluid thereby Impairing its nutritive property The stomach Is debilitated and dy Hpcpata induced The Innervation ol the heart Is disturbed its action is weak irregular and intermittent and faintness and vertigo are the conse quences Owing to the disturbances in the blood and heart the process of nutri lion is slow and in the young seriously affected tissue Is paralyzed and vision is impaired Tobacco fy essentially a functional rather than un organic potion It mod idea the special energies and not the structure Tobacco is eliminated by the kidneys and very rapidly cone quently the bad efToctS quickly disap peer under the proper treatment if however the habit is given up The preliminary report of Commis sioner John W Ycrkes of the Internal Revenue Bureau shows that the re ceipts of internal revenue from all sources for the year ending June SO j1 1905 amounted tog28118797Gbeing an Increase of 22SI195 over tho pro t7 vlous year The expense of collecting this revenue is given approximately as JCt j439 The principal items were distilled spirits ltu9SsG13 showing un Increase of less than 150000 fer mented liquors f50360551 un Increase 1QC over a million and a quarter and to with nn Increase of over a million No other Item yielded over half n million except oleomargarine which paid fi0579S In point of reve flue collected by the bureau Kentucky stands fourth the six highest States being as follows Illinois 518D2703 I New York 27091672 Indiana 21 652211 Kentucky 21 751309 Ohio 19782615 Pennsylvania 19190170 The revenue derived from these States comprises more than two thlyds of the total receipts from all the States and Territories Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are tho dates fixed to holding the Kentucky fairs for 1005 far as reported Hairodsburg August HI days Fern Creek August lliI days Shepherdsvllle August llil days Lawrcnccburg August llilllllYs Liberty Aug 163 days Vanceburg August 164 days Drodhcad Aug 163 days r Guthrie August 173 days Columbia Aug 22t days Sholbyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days london Augr 213 ins NIdholasvillc August 293 days UinLHown August 301 days Somerset August 29 days Florence August m4 days Elizabethtown Sept 61 days Glasgow Sept 134 days Tho Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 18G days Henderson September 256 days Falmouth September 271 days Owensboro October 105 days Col Juimw II Euds oof thellnrla Enterprise who keeps tab on the mor als of Marian even If he is not able to bring moat reformation makes the fol lowing announcement hat the ru demon is busy in the vicinage This town has been fast in the claw of whisky during the last three weeks Old men young mon wealthy mill white men Negroes and perhaps et modest females have roamed the streets till 2 und oclockut night thcs we know to put a stop to it They Appeal to Our Sympathies Thobllllous und dyspeptic aro lon stunt HUtToitMs and appeal to our sympathies Thuro Is not ono of them I however who may not bo brought hack to health and hupplnust by tho s use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets These tablets invigor ate tho Stomach und Liver and Htrongthen the digestion They also regulate tho bowels For sale bv all druggists A Negro who had been convicted o criminal assault but had been grante a new trial was taken from jail by mob at Waco Tex and hanged Sick lieudauho results tWin a dl ordered condition of the Stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For salC I all druggists e w Our Preachersvllle Correspondent In Hooslerdom CUMBERLAND IND Aug 7Derore wo left Ireachersvillo a few days since we were obliged to promise several of our friends at their earnest solicitation to write back a paver two when we should have nothing else to do We might say In the beginning that we like the country mighty well to have been hero only two weeks und as to the peo pie they are hard to bunt for kindness intelligence and sociable qualities We have never been In a better community as regards enllghtrnent and morality large well bullt brick schoolhouses and commodious churches being much In ev idence giving silent testimony thereto The schools here are all graded schools of an eight months term and with their fine text books maps and other conveniences are in this rural commun ity not one whit behind those in the city of Indianapolis The churches most all have Epworth League Societies which arc great helps to church work Sunday Schools and missions It was our good fortune to get here in time to attend n lawn festival given by the Ep worth League in the eveningnice refreshments of all kinds and pretty girls aplenty In respect to beauty and Ilk ing ice cream Hootdor lassies and Ken tucky belles are In the namo rlnRIIWe are royally entertained at the home of Mr A C lnflan who lived near Stanford some eight years ugoI He remembers and Inquires about his old friends there He and his family are doing well In their adopted home well Ratified with Indiana Ills son Iorter Laflun is serving Uncle Sam in Alaska the rest of the children lire at home Ills two daughters who were little tots when tho family left Ken tucky lire now both grown young women and quite handsome- It is distressingly dry practically no rain having fallen for four weeks corn looks very well pastures are dried up Oats made u good yield 35 to 40 bush els per acre and wheat accordingly This is a nice level country for farm Ing Lots of growing timber of all kinds Farmers tell us there are noI fleas here n flea being as great a curiosity as n rattlesnake and lizards areI unknown No one can say why there lire nono of these pests here but neverthe less it Is so More anon U I llLANKKNSIIir KINGSVILLE Dr Warren will resume his school hero Monday next MissIarc guests Lives at Rowland Miss Annie McKee is attending the institute at Junction City Mrs James Roy undson James formerly of this place are with the husband and father ut Cotton Plant Ark She writes us that it Is Intensely warm there and the hotel where she is stopping is filling up with yellow fever refugees She is dreadfully homesick for Old Kentucky Mm Fannie E Carey and Miss Ma bel Flint will go to Lexington and Paris for u visit to relatives Miss Lena B Reynolds a handsome young lady of Stanford was the guest of Mist Vir ginia Johnson Miss Lucile Johnson will leave Friday for Verona and Big Bone Springs for the benefit of her health and for an extended visit with relatives Mrs W L McCarty who Is a sufferer from rheumatism is spending sumo time at Olympian Springs Her sister Miss Eva Francis accom panted her Mrs Tom Hutchison of MrsnJames Floyd and Miss Maude Rowland are the guests of Somerset relatives Miss Maggie May Flint is the guest o utmStanford Morris Walls is very ill with head trouble Mrs Wallace Walter was quito sick but is improving Mrs Eliza Rigney was the guest of McKin sfey relatives lust Sunday Dr und Mrs C M Thompson and children are the guests of relatives at Woodstock Tom Houp and Robert Smith are here from Somerset Mrs Grown Murphy wus culled to the bedside of her moth er Mrs Falconbprry who has been very ill Fiendish Suffering Is often unused hIHlICS ulcers and cancors that oat tawny your skin Win Uedoll of Plat Hock Mich ways I have used liuuklens Arnica Salvo for Ulcers Sores and Concurs It U the bust hurtling dressing ever found Soothes und heals cuts burns und scalds Uoe at G L Pennys drug store Stanford Lynn Hlnsl Crab Orchard guaranteed SSS Geologicalayear cOl tion with 7538032 tons ThuState totalsamount produced in the United States Archbishop Chapelle died of sotto fever In New Orleans NEWS NOTES Yellow fever has broken out In Peru Two children were suffocated in a burning building at Montevideo Minn A combination of the ruisin growing interests of California has been per fected 4The fire at Hoboken N J is estimated atn halfmillion dollarsDamage estimated at a million dollars was done by a hailstorm in North DakotaKidnapers made n third attempt to steal the young son of Gov Otero of New Mexico Twentytwo persons were buried in wreckage caused by n gas explosion at Caledonia Ont Fire In the Texas oil field at Humble doystroyed property worth between 300000 and 400000 It is estimated that about 00000000 inbuildingoperationsin Eureka Springs Ark has extended yellowSank Majors convicted of criminal assault was taken from jail at WacoI Tex and hanged by a mobICapt Irwin B Wright former memI berof the Ohio Legislature was found dead in his room at SanduskICol Daniel S Laments will was filed for probate According to the willI left an estate of 3300000tNew Orleans is being subjected to a thorough street scrubbing thousands of volunteers helping the hired workclIProf L P Tillman aged 28 an aeronaut of Clinton la fell from u balloonand was killed at Horton Kas The losses of the Delaware Lackn wanna and Western railroad in the 110I lx ken N 1 fire aggregate 500000 One man was killed and 14 were jured in u bead on collision of trolley cars eight miles from Norfolk Va Mrs Samuel P Swartxvoml theI mother of 25 children within 29 earsI is dead at her home at MountainTop PaTwo persons were fatally burned through the shortcircuiting orII controller box on a Brighton Beach trolley carTrouble is feared from the convicts released by the Russians on Sakhalin Island before the surrender of thej Japs The annual joint conference of miners and mine operators of Eastern Ken tucky and Tennessee is being heldat KnoxvilleTwo girls saved a Pennsylvania passenger train from dashing into an obstruction on the track by lagging ItI just in time near Marietta 0 The wholesale lipuor store of Curtis Agee at Holster Ind was wreck ed by dynamite A temperance crusade has been in progress for months The Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum will meet at tut in Bay 0 August 30 to consider the developments growing out of the establishment of new rates Angelo Pullalo u sevenyearold boy was fatally stabbed at Chicago by Ho man Portio who on being pursued leaped into the Illinois and Michigan canal and was drowned An increase in the number of new cases of fever was reported from New Orleans A large number of new sue foci were also discovered The disease seems to have n firm hold pnly below Canal street however It P Taylor of the General Supply und Construction Company Unsuccess ful bidder for the building of the new State Capitol says he will use Ken tuck material in the building when preferencf e tracts He will also employ Kentucky workmen By the collapsing of a big department store building at Albany N Y it is estimated that from 20 to 80 persons lost their lives The catastrophe ap pears to have been immediately precipitated by the sawing of a wooden floor beam which caused the central pillar of the structure to givo way Over u hundred persons were caught in the debris The contract for the construction or the new Kentucky capitol was awarded by the State Commission at Frankfort to the General Supply und Construction Company of New York Tho contract price is 880000 and u bond of 225000 Is to be executed for the completion otI the work within two years from the date the contract is signed Iho building is to be of stone from the Bedford Ind quarries with a base of granite Disappearance U Knnyuti of liutlervllle 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms of Indigestion unit biliousness to Dr Kings New Life perfecteremedy for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guar anteed at G L Pennys drug store Orebward prlco 26o nON J ICHAKP C WARREN The above isa good likeness of Lin coins next county judge He was nominated by the democrats at the December primary and as a nomination by the democrats is equivalent to an election in this good old democratic coun we feel certain that the prefix of Judge will be in order after Jan next Mr Warren is well fitted to fill office of county judge being n good lawyer and a just upright man and we predict for him an enviable record dur his incumbency He was born on the 4th slay of April 1841 and is of English descent his ancestors having come from Virginia and Maryland graduated ut Centre College Danville 1862 and also at the Louisville Law School in 1S06 being admitted to the bar the same year He was county attorney from 1870 to 1S74 and Common wealths Attorney from 1880 to 1S6 making an able prosecutor was also a member of the Legislature the session of 1SS9 and 1S0 In these places of public trust his career was brilliant and effective Mr Warren is an uncompromising democrat and has been an earnest worker an able organizer and an eloquent orator in every political battle since 1370 always being in the front ranks ranking sacrifices for his friends always having in view the promulgation of democratic principles and the perpetuity of party organization His host of friends claim that this long able and faithful service should be re warded by gratifying his desire to he county judge which would be but a slight token of appreciation and a meager reward for his services- MATRIMONIAL There were upwards of 40 additions to the Christian church here recently at the regular meetings Certainly this is very encouraging to Bro McMahan Somerset Journal FRIENDS here have received Invita tions to the marriage of pretty Miss Mary Effio Nuttall of New Castle to Mr Edward ray Hilla rising young lawyer of Louisville The marriage will occur at the home of the bride on Sept Galesburg Mich has a population- of 700 souls It lays claim to the dis tinction of having more widows in pro portion to its population than any other community in the country At the present count there are 53 husbandless women and not u grass widow included although there art many of them in the townMiss Mary Stella Ballou und Mr Ernest Warren were quietly married last evening at the home of the brides sister Mrs John L Duncan on Holly wood Avenue The ceremony was per formed by Rev James 0 Shelbourne of the Central Christian church Master John Leslie Duncan Jr acted as ring bearer The bride woro a white silk gown with trimmings of Valenciennes lace mid carried lillies of the valley and brides roses After tho ceremony supper was served In the dining room which was beautifully decorated with American Beauty roses smilax and red shaded candelabra Only immediate relatives were present Mr und Mrs Warren left on the evening boat for a trip on the lakes tho bride traveling in n tailored gown of gray with hat to mutch They will he at home to their friends in Middlesboro after Sept 1st Toledo 0 Times The bride is the charming daughter of Eldand Mrs Joseph Ballou of this place und is us pretty und bright as she is popular Mr Warren is a son of Mr and Mrs Albert A Warren formerly of Stan ford but now of Middlesboro and is an exceptionally line young man The INTERIOR JOURNAL joins the hosts of friends of the young couple in wishing them a long useful and happy life A little forethought may save you no end of trouble Anyone who makes It u rule to keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrobea Remedy at hand knows this to bo a fact For sale by all druggists flUt to I The White Lily Washer is somethingrnew Try one and you will wel come wash days Sold on trial Try one W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY u i To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks nod New Lines being added r T G Weatherford Co HUSTONVJLLK KENTUCKY Asks you to callamid you will be convinced that they can feather your nestum 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL NCRAIGDruggist and Optician t Miss LaVerne of Chicago the Queen of the Clouds will make her Thrilling Ascen sion Each Day of the Great BRODHEAD PAIR AUG 163 DAYS Site will go nearly a mile high fulling with entirely closed jiunielinlo many hundred feet lieiore it opens Thousands of people front fur and near will go to the Brodhead 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 5 H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky m W B McRoberts 1STANFORD Sells Kuribcs Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and sure Bed Bui Destroyer r t t ii I The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEDiOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For Kepretcntnllvp t J M ALVERSON For County Judge RT6 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 School GARLAND SINGLETON ForJaller W I HERRIN MR J V JOHNSON a subscriber to this paper at Gravel Switch writes us that we have done Rev C 11 Hum phrey an injustice in saying that he should be treated to a coat of tar and feathers for insulting Mrs Grow and we reiterate that he should be if he did insult a lady But Air Johnson writell that Rev Humphrey is not guilty and that two juries in one day failed to convict him the preacher declining to employ an attorney or secure witnesses In his own behalf Hence this statement Having never heard of Rev Humphrc before that we know of we could have no earthly desire to do him an injustic t and we cheerfully set him aright in the eyes of our readers We have no pa tience nor feeling whatever for a poison mean enough to treat a woman wrong and especially do we loathe that creature if he be a preacher We ure t glad to have information that Mi Humphrey is not of that sort iINthe Equitable investigation it has been shown that one jof the neates ways of using the funds of a life basin ance company for the benefit of its officers is to keep its funds on deposit in trust companies which the officers and directors own At a recent date the Equitable had 31000000 the Mutu Life 17000000 and the New York Life 116000000 so deposited For these funds the insurance company gets 2 or perhaps 3 per cent If it had put the money into investments it would have getten 4 or something more Then if the insurance company needs money it borrows of its own subsidiary compare at 5 per cent It is a great graft for the directors who hold shares of the subsidiary trust companies RICHARD P ERNST Chairman of the State Republican committee did not accept the invitation of the Denton faction of Pulaski county to resign but proceeded to shoot it further in L the neck by declaring that Napier Adams circuit clerk was Chairman of the Pulaski county executive com mittee and that the convention call cd for September 12 is a legalconven J tion and properly called The Denton chairman call was therefore declared illegal null and vojd IT costs something to play base ball as the following will show Over S2 677000 is paid out in salaries to the professional base ball players of the 1United States each year Over2500 in other salaries and in ex f penses of maintaining the grounds of the professional clubs about 800000 in railroad fares about 100000 in sleeping car fares about 125000 in training expenses and perhaps 500000 in additional expenses ONE by one the Southern States are adopting the reformatory method for juvenile criminal The Georgia Legislature has just passed a billes tablishing such an institution profit ing by the experience of Kentucky and other more progressive States that it is cheaper and better to reform a youthful criminal than to let him grow up for the penitentiary or the gallows POLITICAL The Virginia Republican convention met in Roanoke Secretary Shaw delivered an address Ho was greeted with hearty cheers Capt Richmond P Hobson has re iterated his intention of again making the race for Congress in Alabama on the platform of a great navy The speech delivered by Secretary Shaw at Roanoke Va before the Republican State Convention is said to be the outline of his platform in his candidacy for the Republican nomina tion for President in 1908 The Democratic Committee of Ben ton county Tenn has ordered a pri mary on September 23 to determine whether Taylor or Carmack is the choice of the Democrats of tho county for United States Senator George H McCabe Solicitor of the Department of Agriculture has been placed at the head of the investigation of the Bureau of Animal Industry by Secretary Wilson with full authority to probe matters there to the bottom r A postofHcc will be established atE Knox county- C C Parnish of Bullitt count wants to be Doorkeeper of the next House ATiditor linger Las appointed George G Speer of Anderson county to be revenue agent to succeed A M Harrison of Lexington The Republicans of Virginia in convention at Roanoke nominated a State ticket headed by Judge L Lewis of Richmond for Governor Additional Local p IT rained most of yesterday and the weather is still unsettled Bio races for good purses each day at the Liberty fair Aug 16 17 ane 18 Also balloon ascension Make your arrangements to go Tim L N will run an excursion tu Louisville Sunday morning Aug 20 at 175 for the roundtrip Train will leave Stanford at 6 A M and two coaches will be reserved for white people TilE reunion of the Peyton family at Peytons Well tomorrow promises to be a delightful affair All tho Peyto and their kin in this section will be on hand Tim catalogue of the Somerset fair gotten out by the Journal is one of the prettiest we have seen When it comes to tasty job work Brer Campbell is in a class by himself ON dccount of a of orders we will run our mill night and day for a while longer before installing our new engine Mail anti other orders will receive prompt attention J H Baugh men CoINOTICE Those hitch by the month at my stable after July 1st will be charged regular prices for hitchini when they have more than one horse in my stable at the same time J R Beazley Prop HAY party of 22 belles and bcauxs from Crab Orchard Springs chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Frank L Brinkley Mrs Hawhaw Miss Bessie Elkin and Mr W A Brooks enjoyed a delightful hay ride from that plan here Tuesday night TilE Lebanon boys defeated James T Menefees Grafters 13 to 5 on their grounds Tuesday afternoon The Stan ford team played a good game but got the hot end of the umpires decisions from start to finish The Lebanon team will likely play a return game here Friday week Here and There Edward C Remme Newports oldest banker died of a broken heart Dan Parsons a Negro miner was accidentally killed at Mrs Nannie MiddlesboroI C Hamilton is M F Rout has sold his farm near MarksburyGarrard county at 100 In a shooting affray at Middlesboro Leo Garrett fatally wounded Henry dreaded cattle plague known us black leg has broken out at Brookfield Mass The independent distillers have raised the price of whisky from 127 to 128 to go into effect at once The Governors of 26 States have promised to attend the coming meeting of the National Civic Federation Railroad prophets predict that by1915 rains will be running 150 miles an hour and that there will be 24 hour trains etween Neyr York and San Francisco The 6Gth name has been added to the list of fatalities due to the explosion ofI the gunboat Bennington in San Diego harbor Frederick J Mueller died atI the barracks hospital Dr William R Harper has decided to relinquish the duties of president of- the University of Chicago As a pre lude to his retirement he has announc etl officially that he has abandoned his classes in the theological school of the universityIIn an interview at Pekin Wu Ting ang exMinister to the UnitedStates rges that the Chinese exclusion lawsI be relaxed in several particulars Great hardships he insists are exI ierienced by educated Chinamen who wish to visit the United States for educational or commercial purposes and he thinks an educational test would be u sufficient means of excluding theI ooliaa from this country He further dvocates the admission of coolies to Hawaii and the Philippine Islands where he says they are needed as laborers CHURCH MATTERS St Thomas Episcopal church one of- the handsomest in New Yorkwas badly wrecked by fire- Twentyfour religious denominations ontaining eighteen million communicants have each appointed from five to 50 delegates to meet in New York on November 15 to take part in an interchurch conference on federation Announcement that a new 500000 hunch edifice almost an exact duplicate of the fine St Thomas Episcopal hunch which burned in the heart of lew Yorks fashionable residence section will be built immediately on the old site was made by the pastor Rev meat M Stires I NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Alonzo Bargcr aged 61 is dead at JamestownMrs Bowman lied in Lower Garrard of cancer aged 35 Julia Fry aged colored woman wall founddead in her chair at Danville- R C McChord Sr one of Marion countys oldest and best citizens Is dead at Lebanon- F K Tribble got the contract Cor furnishing the domestic coal fdr the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville Col G P Buin one of the most fTrominentbuyiriessmenofBarPiotirvilwas Sylvester Newton cleared 100 with his automobus at the Hustonville fair also about the same amount at Dan ville Somerset Journal Though plunged into jnvohmta bankruptcy by creditors the Hume Cooperage Company at Richmond ig still running A largo number of the employes of the company in the band and heading departments were held to gather by the personal influence of and confidence in their employers and though they are receiving no pay for their work at present will be paid in full when a receiver is appointed FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Films contain s W iicns or Intnl In 10011 ktiucot cmuviillon 3 mllth Jrow Club Ur uhuriloii Ijiiiiciuttr plkrlMncrvn in mem OWU iRTft In cultivation s line pmltii orehnril te Thr nts consist or allouseofilxrootwwlyiwIxnd mul very goal repair ciktvrn nt door Merman room outhouse muuiroiisiiiiU In goal coi union MplandldstnblenndtwoerloVl wil ptlvatily Sills Box IVabOrcbiml Ky The- CORDON SCHOOL For Boys in tho Country PROF A N CORDON Whose bonnllng nhool fur linn long buva nolttl In Ontrnl Kentucky lor ttrn discipline thorough Instruction nnil mom Is hn bought the licuutltiil Joel llpmlrlck IIncr rv IIIlhl Kut of Frank- Fort IS minuteswnlalrontllogrHtntluuox tbJo A N It H He lnvlU lament wit onslder the funnntlon IIf thllnlcler th thIdealevery point of view The school opens Sept I l1 1905 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogu- eCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court loo lftt nl rinliiUtTn v Jnnui ft ill IHtemliuiU Notlcvof Hiilo IJohn tou Judgment of the Lincoln Court rriuliTnl In the above Ktylrd ctlon ut the June term J1 the umlrrslpn ominUilonerol wild Court will on HATUItUAY HIJIT lea flout the hour of S r nt tlll rvftlilrncu on he furni lurelnnttcr dvrcrlbiil Driir tint own of JIuttouvllle Ky sell at public out ry to the highest uml IJ bidder the wild rid eotuli which Udeerlliodns follow All of the sold nil estate is kltuiitctl In Lincoln camp Ky ami coii utM ot thritt tructn of mil which ndjoln vncli olhr The first null thn boiiiulrili KcRlnnlnKiitn point III tin center ol lit luinvllio A liiitonvlll urnplkr corner to Church lot thence J7 W n Iale9 links to a stone corner to II edges thence H Bit i W 25 lake ttllnkii ton corner to Mute theta N l fiyt olex 3 links to Ktontt corner to Mime c doneOrnerM1 K tfi jioleii to n utiike In the t neck thence UK polci a link to u stake near n dnaill thence St K fil pOI u link to u whll oak stump thence rift K 10 pol to take corner to Jenklnn tow Hluirpi II ne thence IH K W gals la Ihlklo the inning iontainlnth5acr nml 6 poles of IOIllI 1hehecoml met In bounded thus lIu 1111jlit Hhurpiind Men lence thence l 31 11I1t1 up and acroen the creek ivlcc ton Ion 11 llielr fence thence with Nlhl Rater or their original line H K It oler thence a Kiut to the Ixulnnlnn con ilnliiK two road and six polen Ilie thlr l- trll1 U tliua liouiulrd jleulnnliiK nt a yc more near the creek and the lltlt nvilld Jr riot funlwvlIit pike thencti with IM pike 14 Vple ton toile corner to J uoka don In or near the tiirnplki thenc wllh said pike N 7li W purrs IJ link to jrner of Sirs Allot Urge theme her line N H poles to the corner otMIIIII1 thence no of sumo W II cOrlr of J M Cook and cemetery IntI tllIIICO line of surd lot N 1u3 K 25 pole 9- lrktocornrr01sunelot tnence N 7W4 W iiole I link to MM W H IIre IrnceherllneNl5t Failale to befcor Illr thence N w M fair 12 lliiku to a 8Iolll DryeD and Hltlen corner In hooper thrice N 45H K pole to n stone implKll and Cooper corner thence f 9i N poles fillnkx to where three sycamore tnl on till lunik of the creek thence Cl K 42101 la link to n lout thrnee H II SYlpous9links ton white oak thence 1JtoIlIIlIlIn olltllllllll acre and 5 poles but there In reserved Sill On fore oing boundary onehalf acre sold ami 011011 to J AIInIThin U one of the most tarsus n le Ulue iniHH It In well watered by the unking Fork and by stock water In each 1Iloxcpl one beHldev u line neverfalllni ivenprlim The luau U In u ribald teat 01 uultlviitlon and produce the very het- upS of corn whet hemp and tobacco Tho taxes on the whole farm ire usunllysdd h the sale of the mud from the Mind burn on imglng Fork The residence which with her to portion of the corjxjrv ult unfit of the town of 1luttunvihi In of out and touts III heven room with fJur- the flllllzl of house The nulls sire Inuh thick end the whole N In goal con 1It1on on the turn in a burn ToxVt fret with IlIIOX KtallHi two mule xhedii with water ut- thu dour good albs Implement bonne 1nil till outbullilliiKH that err found on n well ordld farm Two oat orchards on the lace The town of Ilin toiivllle Iinna uplen d jraileil school which In only rout an Uhth of mllw from the tlhllIIJhollOIlI- hlN farm Mr JnilesliosleiflludonIle lilt tojinowMlM fiirn to any on 18Irllll to will bl lIIull- for nlrtoofdtvIslon amont tin heir of Iullll loode deceiued The kale will he made on a credit of elxanil monthH onehalt of this ptirchnku price to Icolllo due nnll payable at the expiration of lIch of the ptrloUu aforesaid The urchiuer will lie required to give land for hll pllrcbll money with goal necurlty lyable to the Coinmlmiloner and benrluK iterent nt the ruts ot per cent per nnnuin froIII the date of silk until paid and Inivlnu the force and effect of n Judgment A lien also bo retained on the land for the wild iirclniHe price Purchasers W to comply these term Immediately GEO B SAUFLEY M 0 L C C a 1J e tiAnother yShoesrTHE URFIT In Tans and Patents all lasts and sizes reduced from 395 to 300 Our 300 grades and the styles aregood and quality satisfactory Reduced to 2 00 Vf There few good and Reduc and We a of off styles in ladies and chil drens slippers which we are selling at for Children and 75c and for the Ladies They are good quality but old styles See them and we think you will be convinced 4fttttttttt IH J I a i 50 REWARD I will nave I30 reward for Infojwjtlon le tlnrk ni dig to lhr r COr of n Metahandsorrel jfhlllllllrt which lnwasstoh0 Jul IIUlIlt of the thief or Ill Utv olllction of tilt coltItIhtnd rwnrdl for the return rewnnt of ItllllllllllCoiler nA till slut x111 Ile worth ones limit for hone to look niter thlnlllJlaug Irbtnutw Phone tIotlKJ small Farm For SaleI I desire to sell my torn of Itt ncrejofjiin frolll nlOk I III llIo yard wellof mineral wntr It hn VIIIhowloTh Kwnterlcontliinsth + 1olltI nt II Writ toIOhftFW rmhKy McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Kentucky Lnnscy Klnnnof JeanMnrmfnctureni r 001 We nlloWIIirthCull or write for A lient wanted y Dripping Springs P 0 Crab Orchard Ky ThU delightful old HUIHIIMT ri rlAli slow Thn hulldiugs IIr Itllo1 to Iflltown tlrilr iirstand rile lion the wilier Is nn orIII tliiltitehrtbrlNlehiuciih cnriit lint n fur flood alII hit and our wilt ride 7 pr WiHk Write to KH KIHII Kit Crab orchard Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS JdcKiaaoy Ky loimlitthp McKlnney Holler MllliHavlriit and the of Slr W M Inid XIItrhlIctlmllhr I ftwlwnrrnntderur nn tuwcond fd ill offering to mill none In ttrlndlni or work ot any kind Thv machinery U a In IIllIltl reiuilr and the pro duct of It ktamN second to none In tills sec tion Custom Krlndlnu a specialty wile i Ialso keep on hand com ot lowest market print llny- FredEtcalwnssinstock I wunt to buy you the blIChlo- lclIb market fur It JH MUltlll McKinney Ky TIE VERDICT I Hcrrlndoors window ncreuni unit cnn Ing lllue Kluino Wlckless Oil Htoveii Ijiee Durtnliu shades roles Kxtenslou llrack ttI Mattlnid rortletrm Durtaln KtretcliersCarintHtntclierx Mend Inrushes to resistive water etc Klr by section Carpet and handing 1aixT loor windows IHIHT VnriiUh Htiilns and namelf Pictures rained MouldlliKSMatH Him Ilugnlei New and DM tur tome and nee you eon name Mimethlnc we do oat keep road LIv- ery of horses and bUKtEleit mid feed Excellent iindertuklnK equlpnuiit- Ileiity of horses and ford Tiring Jones Pruitt BrothersMoreland Ky Seashore Outing- Old Point Comfort C O Route Chesapeake tit Ohio Ry SATURDAY AUG 12 1200 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling and Morehead Hpeclnl vestlbulwl train leaves Lexington 740 f K O W DAHNICY n1 A Lexington Ky I MANSS all kn are Tans re duced from 350 250 BoysOxfords Pat ents and Vici ed from 250 1 75 sizes from I 175 125 4 1tohave lot 50c MROBERTS STANFORDo MOlIIIIIIItIII1tlum Our stock School Books School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky First National- Bank Ot Stanford Ky 4Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was orlgtn llr established ai the Deposit flank of Stanford In 111 then reorganlird as the National Hank of Stanford In IIES and reorganlicd ai the First National Dink of Stanford to 1163 having bad practically an uninter rupte1 existence for 1y eon It Is better supplied now wIIb tscflltleu for tremsct lag business promptly and well than ever before In Iti long and honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries Corporations Solicited ee LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL IiSTOCK 100000 Olrectors J B Vaitoo J B OwiUy H Shanks w0 Walker Oeo W Carter j II Pouter L O Oooch Wil Cummins e IIrljtbtn W Shank THE t You oiwliia as Patents to e in to Youths to lit of Tablets of again and Buccesior to The Farmer lank 8 Trim Company and under tame continuouslyfor BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial Officers J t HOOKER Prnl BT Unnin V free J J KcHOIlEUTS Cbr W n WKAKENAist Chri Directors t ReId DanTllla SianfordJK L Tanner McKlnney n Elmore Stanford StanfordTJai Robinson Hubble StanfordJ0 E Tate Stanford BANK a CAPITAL II SOLCITYOUR M H 1Offlura J B President W M W O Ant 1Oahln STANFORD MALE FEMALE T SEMINARY j First term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1105 Our faculty is strong l equipment firstclnss surroundings comfortable college work done on col lego principles work accepted by tho best institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont send off to school when you have as good or letter advantages at home AddressIOSOAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky J 1 J fF 1 j r t All 7fic Fancy Silks at 4lc V AH1 fancy silks at G9c SOiinch White Hnbulni 25c 27inch yhito Ilabutui fiOc 12415 nnd 25o wash goods only lOo fSi 18 in Black Corects 15c r t prices on nil Black and Tan Slipper Cut prices on Meus Summer welghtShocs Boys COo Wnista only 38c t WE have a new stock of box papers that will Interest you New shapes J qualities Penny s Drug Store- PERSONALS IMI8S MATTIE PAXTON is nt flay View Huv It B MAIIONY went to Liv ingston Wednesday JOHN JONES is hero Knoxville with 1 the old folks nt home Miss EDWIN PORCH of Somerset in wlVh tho Misses Mcnefce- UIHB ANGII KINNAUI of Inncnster is with Mills Clara Cooper MK AND MRS JOSEPH CorY are with Crab Orchard friends IMn STURGEON SYMISON of Middle t was here Wednesday Miss NETTIE WALLER of Louisville is with Mian Polly Eubnnks SIMPSON WONER hns gone to Utah for tho benefit of his health MR J C McCLAHY is at Crab Or chard drinking sulphur water Miss EDNA UAUOIIMAN of the West End Is with Miss Sara Unughman Miss JIHJA HUGHES SrunR of Lex ington is with Mrs P M McHoberts- ItBv BEN C Cosuv of Vnnceburg is with his sister Mrs W T Tucker RICHARD WILLIAMS of Somerset is with Fred Cook and other friends here DR STEELS BAILEY JR has gone I to Robinson Utah with n view to lo eating Mini WILL SEVERANCE is back from n protracted visit to her mother in Shelby DR A M CARPENTER of St Louis Is hero with his relative Dr J G Car J punter bits E J BROWN children and Miss Bcrtinn Mullins arc at Dripping Springs MRS E S PAYNE of Crab Orchard was hero Tuesday consulting Dentist A S MARGARET MILLER of Rich mond is with her consin Miss Dolly McItobcrU MRS SAIUII WIIITI nnd Miss Flora Edwards of Louisville arc with Mrs Wm Skidmore Miss KATIE REDD of Crab Orchard spent several days with the family of Mr S P Gray Mil AND MRS W II WlTHROW of Oakland Cat are visiting their cousin Mrs A C Dunn CArT J W HERNDON nnd Mr I Frank Trucax of Cnrludc are guests of Mr W A Fowle MR R It GENTRY has rented the Dr Peyton cottage on Logan Avenue I lId will move his family to it soon MR T W JONES and bride of Ken ton county arrived yesterday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs C M Jones MRS S P STAG of Fayette was on yesterdays train en route to Mid dlcsboro to visit her sister Mrs A A Warren MR J C COULTER of Middleburg was here Wednesday evening en route timber InterestllIATTORNEYS M Gibson of Louisville were hero Wed nesday taking depositions in n railroad damage case MR J II BEAUCIIAMP and wife of Lexington are at Dripping Springs Mrs Beauchamp is president of tho State W CT U JUDGE 11V ALCORN of this place and Dr Ed Alcorn of Hustonville went up to Middlesboro yesterday to spend n week or so in quest of rest and health l 11JUNE H MOCKER and Juno IL Reid were here yesterday They told us that they thought the fair l association had lost a small amount of moneyAT Hnrrodsburg fair Mrs Geo Keller won first on black cake Mrs Mary Givens of Pittsburg is tho guest t of her aunt Miss Nora Givens Ad vocate Mn GEORGE EVANS of Kansas City is here to see his father Mr George of the East End who is ofdistressingly troublesi ROWAN SAUFLEY of tho Third who is adjutant lieutenant is connected withbeingt a newspaper man the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL and is a son of ExJudge MC Saufley of the Lincoln circuit court Lt Saufley saw service in the SpanishAmerican war rising from a private to a lieuten ant Dispatch to CourierJournal from Camp Yeiser near Paducah where the Second Regiment is now encamped f S J EMURY JR and R B Woods nre nt the Hnrrodsburg fair Miss UESSIK MAE LEAR of Lancas ter Is with Miss Bessie Yontis JAMBS REID ill of typhoid fever at Danville is barely alive anti the chances are against his recovery MESSRS THOMAS BAUGIIMAN and Robert and Walter Dunn of Boyle are with Mr J W Bnughman liON J S OWSLEY Sit returned from n visit to his daughter Mrs W P Walton in Lexington yesterday- Mn ANn MRS JOHN II SHANKS went to Lebanon yesterday to pack up preparatory to going to Livingston where Mr Shanks will take a position in tho train dispatchers office LOCALS A SPECIAL term of tho Lincoln cir cult court will be heM Aug 17th MONDAY is county art Please come to town prepared to settle your account at this office and give us the money before we ask you for it MRS Iii T71E BARNETT has sold her home on Hustonville pike a cottage and eight acres of land to William Car ter of the Kingsvillo section for 600 THE trustees of the Graded School have elected Mr George L Penny ties tee to succeed Mr A M Pence who resigned some time ago The selection Is nn admirable one MRS ROTHWELL Wife Chief 0 Police Sum Rothwcll of Lancaster and n most excellent woman died night ns a result of injuries sustains in a fall some time ago JAMES MITCHELL lored caught a 10 fine for shooting craps Jim Hughes who was tilled for a similar offense a few days ago skipped out while working on the street Tile members of the democratic county committee arc requested to meet nt the courthouse nt 2 P M next Monday court dny for the transaction of important business James F lie dam chairman Two KILLED Two WOUNDED In a terrific pistol tight at Hnrrodsburg late yesterday evening Sam Black Repre sentative of Mercer and Walter Stotts n barkeeper were killed and Police man William Britton and another peace officer whose name wo could not learn were seriously wounded the first nam ed probably fatally The trouble the result of an old grudge datin back to an election of some months ago The town wns crowded with fair visit ors and excitement was intense there last night MURDER AND SUICIDE Leslie Chinn colored porter of tho Tribblc House Junction City shot and cut his wife to death loft her in VanMeters lane between Danville and Junction City and returning to the latter place shot himself through tho head dying instantly Jealousy is supposed to have caused the horrible deed Ho loft n note saying that he willed everything he had to his brother Henry Ho was n good natured Negro and Mine Host Tribble re Bared him as a most valuable employe ills wife was Nannie Gunn daughter of Henry Gunn Danville and they worn married last December this office having printed the wedding invita tions CONTINUED UNTILToDAYThc ex amining trial of James Carter Richard Chandler Elmoru Slier and Misses Ethel Delancy and Lena Staten charg ed with the murder of Cecil Crutch field at a dance between Ottenhcim and Kriger some four weeks ago was called Wednesday morning and the brought into court After the IIccusedI es for the Commonwealth called County Attorney Harvey Helm asked u continuance on thegrounds that two or moro of tho Important ones were not present The request was granted and the trial set for 9 oclock this morn ing An immense crowd was present and there was general disappointment at the continuance Mr Helm is un aided In the prosecution while the de fence is represented by Judge M C Saufley lions R C Warren and P M McRoberts and Messrs W S Burch and Robert Harding the latter of Danville On motion of the at torneys for the defense the accused were granted guards and Messrs 0 P Newland and son and Dink Farmer r were selected by Sheriff Baughman Lei Ring Out the Old Ring in the New Tlmls wont wo are doing in regard to our Summer nnd Fan Goods We arc moving out ns rapidly as possible nil Summer goods to make room for our new Fnll stock which will soon begin to arrive Wo have to begin early in order to get the stock marked nod nrrnnged before felling time So price is no object on Summer goods ns we nniHt have room for the new n ESTHAY 100pound black boar Is in the estray pen Has hole through each car Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep It G Jones Marshal TilE Unxlhead fair begins Wednes day week 16 and continues three days See the advertisement on another page telling of some of the attractions that have been engaged for this year HIONEV Mrs Pauline Kigney is dead in Garrard aged 79 She was the relict of lIon F D Kigncy who when he lived tn Casey represented this dis trict in the State Senate Mm Kigney was the mother of Mr W 0 IMgney of the Citizens National Rank Lancas ter EsgCMSEi find forwhich please change the label on the cheapest and best We are getting along nicely Arthur Is with tho Tribune Printing Cond doing fine They have u very line plant think they have six ma chines nt work Us guards have been raised to 63 per month We have tht best governor and warden ever Ev erything Is running nicely at the peni tertiary now This is a very large in stitution have been hero over four years and yet there are places I have not been There are between 15 or 20 acres inside the walls writes our old friend Mr L L Dawson from Jefferson City Mo jointfand Garrard counties was called to Junctionlings of Danville who delivered an address of welcome and introduced the instructors Prof U N Itoark of Ken tucky State College and Miss E E Alcott of Indiana Some 125 teachers were present Lincoln county showing the greatest number Supt Hawlinga was made permanent chairman and Miss Ida Hay of Garrard permanent Secretary with Miss Annie McKinney of this place and J F Wingate of Boyle assistant The program com mittee is composed of Profs It S Eubank of Hustonvillc Mannix of Garrard Grinstead of Boyle and Hoark and Miss Alcott The com mittee on resolutions is on follows William Coldiron Jack Wilson W E McGraw Joseph Ireland and Misses Nettle Dunn Amanda Anderson and Sallie Scott Many subjects are being discussed and tho Institute so far has Thegare the pedagogues royally SAIK of the Crab Orchard distillery one of the oldest in the State has been consummated and the property passes into tho hands of the Yates Smith Company u new firm which has just entered tho whisky market in Kentucky says the Courier Journal Tho prop erty was purchases from Julius Kessler of Chicago Preliminary arrangements for the sale were made last spring when the neW company occupied the plant at Crab Orchard and operated it long enough to manufacture a spring crop The Crab Orchard distillery was built in 16C7 and was originally owned by James Levi Brother of Cincinnati While not large the distillery was used for the purpose of manufac turing u special brand of liquor which had an extensive sale for several years Less than 10 years ago the plant was purchased by tho Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company and was later sold to Julius Kessler Neither the distilleries company nor M Kess- ler made any strong effort to operate the plant and during the last five years It has been used only periodically the plant has a capacity of 250 bushels and tho new owners expect to enlarge it extensively in preparation for the fall run The spring crop was com pleted about three weeks ago and con tracts are already under preparation for a general overhauling of the distill ery Tho new company is capitalized at 100000 and was organized for tho purpose of buying tho Crab Orchard plant Several hundred barrels of whisky now in tho bonded warehouse attached to the distillery are being negotiated for by the new company but the deal has not been settled Mr J W James of Crab Orchard has managed the distillery for the past 10 or 15 years Boys CANNKL coal Glen Mary and Jellico WE have a carload of Globe Fertili zeroSee us Also a lot of Hoosier Drills E T Pence Co MK J II COLLIER of Crab Orchard has been made trustee in the bank ruptcy case of H II Logan Miss POLLY EUR has thanks for a basket of tho finest peaches we ever saw Such evidences of friend ship are greatly appreciated by us THE editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL wants to trade a subscription for a dog Wish he had about three thousand sub scriptions to give away and would make a raid on Danville Advocate No Danville dogs please Like the people there they are too slow to catch cold Additional Local on Second Page IIFOR SALE Pure bad Berkshire hogs nllli Houlhtlown Mhrp AUutilnli KrmleyrnrllnK lluckit J Ouriwnter lliiPitonville K1 Small Farm Wanted II I drape to rent n mill fiirin of Si to ncreNuot xotdlnKiJorftiiillei from either Mill alonf or Ihinvlll Kami iiutut In well Improved mill prefer It tliic on pike spur Kon Hymp on Mlddletiuri Ky FOR SALE I having sold my farm I have for sale si v frill Moot of AlMTdeniAiiKUt rattle towlt ycnrIlugg urlingsteerirhoIorkrntnte nil mure I and years old J OWHLKY kit- Mhmford Ky FOR SALET- he I Jim 1Vaiker Ulvemt fnrin or acres of fertile land with pood Improve ineiitNiind illl IltY of wnter th your round Alxmt mi errsb In KIIIM now It lies mlloft Wfttuf McKlnney Ilit Juln the Inm of HIIIII Owen K L Tinnier A IL McKIl upontheeight of n choolhoUM A Imrpiln fur Ollll one Term very cnsv KUWAItl AIXOUN Aavnt lliintonvllle Ky NOTICE You should sen uc before let out our Paperhansiogpaper from three leitdlnehousrf of the world eau can cell you wall paper chrupvr than you can steal lt Estimates furulihed on Ap plication All work guaranteed J J KKLUEM Co romcrgetitreet PUBLIC SALE PIOdieon- TJUMISUAYHKIT II Tin follnwIiiK ItMrlldd property HIIIIKC niKl lot In Mlllcdizevlllti wit limns of In nIl more or less it IsO n storr ron In JniKtliin Cltv now by the pout olllii tfliphomixchnniio Ac 15 ucrtii of corn wtviii iniiliH four twoynnroliH two iiirlliiK ando11rtut11ecoltabrad Inures milk iowKiinhc p Mllwnukiv lilmlrr Ohe Drill Mower Cultivator i oihvr hlllrtlTtirnliiK Ilovfx mid otlirr thlmm tixi iiniin roui to mention TVrtim tnnile known on ilny of Mile I It JONKH MlllfdKfVllli K- yol1l handler PUBLICSALE will sell nt my phuv ncnr Mt MjiUm on TUKSUAY AIJdIJMT tin following df crllN iI projxTtyi One 3 ywnr liy I mare nml roll gKti worker and urwdcr four lIruhl Jiiimt hinvy In foul blue grass KtrlpiHTKiiml IiiirmSK McCormlck lilmler I liny rake corn drill wheat drill corn crusher SiwohorM turnliiK plows one horse turnliiK Slow long draft curt IMiMllim tart Itore wagon shovel is21uagdngealhrs9eultlvotorsI mimeroiia to 1111110111lich ua hnrnri mi tiles lirldlfi fork hoe Mute hogIii nt oclock I Id UINX PO Hmtonvlllo Ky SHERIFFS SALE I liy virtue of uxecutlon No 11 directed to me which Issued from the clerks olllct of the Lincoln county circuit court In favor of Irn Krnnlcr nifiillist J K Vnter and ten rutllnni Jor one of my deputies will on MONDAY AVHMTHT II 1I1i llotween the hours of 11Ilol 2 oclock r nt tin court hotlsedoor In Htnnford Iilncoln county Kv expose to followInsnil custsllowltIlne lilnck marunlHiiit Interent ml hut Ihh t Indies hlull nnd her gucklliiK colttnlsttlie following renl estate In Lin 011111111 Ky liouiuliil its follows Oil North l y IVlnwfnrmon East by A U T Hmlthnml Itlclinnl Colili on West by eo llvent nnd Ur Ijiwwlll on wroth liy Mn cola nnd Iloyhi turnplkti road contnlnliiK nlKJiit Jiiiincred more or Iss Almut ItJJ acres of which In In Lincoln county Ky the hnl mice iHInit In The sold Interest levied IponIsthetutdltitI Iflntvr est In the subJect to the dower Interest of Mm Moral J rulllnm- TKItMHtITIll snl will Iw mndu on ncrcd It of six months bond with approved necur blIrlll Interest nt the rule of 0 andhavingWitness my hood 105 MH BAUOHMAJiH UO By O T WOOl It 1410 I JltliIb1fl CI 3IIWhite Embroidered Wash Belts 2 cttic Organdies 17c fens and Boys Shirts 25c Elastic Seam Drawers HOc Remnants of Woolens 13 to 12 off of the regular price Wash Goods Remnants nt 14 to 1r off of tho regular price Iw spoI SIWIshnm Big Reduction On all Summer Suits nnd Odd Pants 20 Per Cent Off the Former Prices It must move to make room for Winter Goods S18 00 Suits Reduced to 14 40 15 00 Suits Reduced to 12 00 12 50 Suits Reduced to 10 00 1000 Suits Reduced to 8 00 9 00 Suits Reduced to T 20 7 50 Suits Reduced to 6 00 5 00 Suits Reduced to 4 00 es cunniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky tShe Casey County Fair LIBERTY KY I August 16th Three Days Will be the best ever held in Liberty Races each tiny Good music Balloon Ascension Get ready to attend Write for a catalogue Lincoln Wells Pres Henry Thomas Se- cDANVILLESHOE STORE The New Firm Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY Your full trade solicited Complete line of Boots Shoes Gents Furnish ings Trunks and Suit Cases We can save you money The J E Tilt SllfiO and tie Nettleton 85 for teen are the best in tho world We alsoahandle the Honest Mike Shoe that never wears out Call nUll see us George P Crow Salesman Wind Up Sale Of our splendid line of Oxfords and Slippers All from the best manufac turers in the country All now stock and stylish i 83 00 Oxfords Reduced to 8250 2 50 Oxfords Reduced to 2 00 2 00 Oxfords Reduced to1 G5f150 Oxfords Reduced to 120 These are rare Bargains Call at once in order to get choice of stock Orchardrr J 444 The Interior Journal Entered in the PotlOffice at Stai ord a uconddan mater- rw1wMuI J TUBMUAYS ANI FIUBAY AT 5700 PER YEAR CASH BT Wh n not to paid MOO will be charged t NOTICEI A K Orlmra and O llitliic for nil- klndofearlwntNrlag Pulnnng and lniw- r clR t tl isfnctlon hanging Ouiirnntwil Box IohSU- MBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost for a amount I canat good as new Bz your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKI Stanford For Sale Privately QMy house and 10 acres of land tltuated Jut ouulde of town limits on the Iomeraet pike House hu 7 rooms kitchen and ser ttable and alliTauta room Kuod ccUr necettary outbulldlnc Water hydrant the yard one for otoek InI J p RA- ILEYINSURANCE s Klro Llctunlnit 1tind Ntorm Idfo and r Accident None the HTHONOKHT end 1IKHT Cotn inlcs Kcpnsentitl lA wiit Pot o IDltj Rates uuiintiilfinl o l1iyllBlUc ordtiKqiinllwI Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky JUitldKiiCf Ilione No SJ The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm S3U3ABS PraprletcrE- lictrlc Lights In every room Refurnished awl under entlr New Management Bob the favorite porter meets an trains ReA JONES Dentist- r r STANFORD KENTUCKY Oitico in Myers House Parlor Pnone No 1 t I JIH IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood LUery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Ooal E D Peyton ISrStaple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables t Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your llage U solicited Horse handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Thi IHt nt III Jewelry Hllvtr Out 1ltws Wntclumiml Mockn1ii stook QaJl Traylor PEALER IIf t Wh15 Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYIOlmePrompt and polite attention Nothing but the la drink Man phone cr titcgrapb order receive prooptattentitn Training School for Boys at North MidrJletownBourbon County Ky KllllltIIK Will IlllOJltfll SlIllMtldll iMIIUtl fill iinil tin iMBt no saloons or plnre of tciiiptntluii Hjifint i puio lit Kfiittuky for ilrlll u iiilmitfN dally Instruction tliurough JIIcllIII kind IlIIrlItnllhuL firm Not n school ill t hOt tint u vlirlttliin hum for goal Iwyn Onlyn limit tlUMllHT tllkfll Kt HlOII Ia gifts w pt IUd Knr iirtliiiliirwiiillri MIITON KtMOTT rrlncliul KvIiTvncii JuilKC1 At lHaulU vliiri iic Tiitp and Wtlllntn hUVPrnnw Hliinlnril Ky l Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Whf buy ready made clothing when there la so little difference In lliu price ot high grade ready made suite aul a suit made to sour measure taken ban ex r perlenced tailor r I have a bandeome line of tipriog uoods I can make trout i low price business suit to the finest dfesfc salt Also Spring overcoats and troun era The company I represent ii one of the beet Ialso hive a lino goods I make up 1111f for hol whonrferlkt V H O RUPIEY the Tailor I Farm at Private Sale I Knrni containing M acne land lit aixxl stiituof ctiltlvntlonaj lunge trout Huston vlllo on MUlilltliurK elks good Uwi lllnx containing six roomi In very good rciuilr float clutrrii till mwa iiry lilt For pnrtlculnrs ciill on mo nt Junction City Ky orJ11tItU HiiHtoiullli Ky- MHHM KJKNKINW A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Offslcj Building RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY pllrLlrilot1Inonalll1mrllJml attain tide- 0tLraet7peDCperfrelmeaththe fnllI man Cllm NnVital Waal nee IrnIgdnm nd Olbtrlrubloollu to ercrokworkmoklnw droll hblti and oturrratm nrreue15udlatpldwithagearantraPCrrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO 8 FOB SALE AT PENNYS DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind ot tres pas lnp on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbtcu Drne Fred VonGruenlgan Albert VonQrucnlga Fred VonAllman Fred tlanmnnn Alfred Simpson Oeoro Holmes Miss Mattle II ileweetreichenbach Charles Oummln Jot Ballou A0 Dunn S M Holmes W B Amon W R Daugherty M J Hoffman M D FI more Peter W garter J Nevln Darter J Bruce w F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Coon John B Oamenlsch Sam Trlwbrlde A D Root Charles Kusiltn Frank Cordlcr Mrs W O Welch Peter Rainier J L Beazley Co UndertaKers aud Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture JlattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1ttes1Q Undertaker Knibalmer nnd Dealer iu Hariies4Saddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Ihone name IlioueSS TAKE A LONG WALK Every Day This Spring It will bring you hpalth nnd beauty It will put ruses into your cliwks Kluil ness and Joy info your heart Dont neglect It Should It cause your fort to become tired bore nnd swollen batho them In warm water mill apply Paracauiph It will relieve them In stantly Should tho day bo windy dont full to tnhe n walk anyway An application oj Iarncnmph upon your return will prevent your taco from chapping nnd keep your sigh clear end smooth When yon apply Paracamph to tho flvlu it pcnetniti8 directly to the Interior cells ullnnilatcs tho circa lation oils tho muscles drawing out any soreness or lutlaminatlon through the pores of tho akin Paracamph will give your skin n healthy slow prevent roughness blackheadH plmplef etc So dont forget your cxcrcfso this spring nnd dont forget to use your Para camph Tho two together will make you happy Every bottlo Is oold on n positive guarantee Sold only In 2V roc and 100 bottles The Parucauipl Co Louisville li1I U St At FOB BALE BT W N CRAIG PhirrmuoletSt- antord K y FARMERS DEPARTMENT WANTEDLot of good clean rye W H Traylor Sixty stock owes for sale Coulter white Stanford W H Boone sold to C M Jones three mule colts for 200 E P Woods Son have some Southdown bucks for sale finoI FOR SALE Nino Southdown A B McKinney McKinney stanIII WIIOne hundred stock ewes for sale Cnn at Neal farm near Moreland or see Hunn Coffey Lincoln Wells Yosem e lite E will nave a carload of Western horses at the depot stock pens Monday next court days Go and see them E P Woods g Son T D Chenault Sr has sold his Rlchhamond to Lewis Neale for54000 tract comprises acres Sadie Mac took the 10000 Empiro State purse for 210 trotters easily In three straight heats at Buffalo Sap phire was second and Mass Gay third The tobacco growers of Mercer had an enthusiastic meeting at Harrods burg Monday Addresses wire made by Judge John W Hughes C B Sullivan and BW Newman To HOUSEMEN 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 Of the political at Lexing ton the Kentucky State Journal says The white Republicans at Lexington are occupying that narrow strip of land between the devil and the deep blue sea The Negroes have served an ultimatum on them that if they are not given representation on the ticket for municipal offices they will go over to the enemy and they know if they are given such representation it will drive nearly all the white Republicans from its support The rads there seem to be in the condition of the fellow who soliloquizedWhich way I fly is hell Myself it seems am hell And in the lowest depth- A lower depth Still threatening to devourme Opens wide Public Is Aroused The public is roused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric JItters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of Gill St ClaIr Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecKed I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drujrs that I could not onto Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and In a short time I was entirely cured It Guaranteed at G L Pennys drug store Stanford Lyne Bros of Crab Orchard price LOc Little SusieI hope I marry a Dutch man when I grows up Mother Why dearie Little SusIeCause I wants to be a Duchess How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who ate habltuully constipated Orliui Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and rvstortS the natural action of the hours Orino Luxutlvo Fruit Syrup burs net niulseale or gripe and is mud and pleasant to take defuse substitutes 1onnys Drugstore A Touching Story Is the saving tram death of the baby girl of Coo A Eyler Cumberland Md Ho wrllesUAttbe age of 11 months our little girl was In declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost In despair when wo resolved to try Dr Kings New Dlscov erg for Consumption Coughs mind Colds Tho first bottlo gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured und Is now In perfect health Never falls to relieve and cure a cOllJh orcohlAt G L Penny Drug Store Stanford ftiorrrou Crab Orchard Lib and td100 uuarnnted Trial bottle free A brother of John F Wallace late Chief Engineer of the Pananta Canal Commission is quoted as saying that the real reason fur the tatters resignation was discouragement over the pit uation at the isthmus According to this statement Mr Wallace consIdered it questionable whether the canal could bo built at all and the prospect of at enormous loss of life in the prosecu tion of the work was thoroughly disheartening to him It is said that m rock bottom at one point along the canal route can be established by experimental borings and it is intimated that the engineers for the French company practiced deception when they reported that bedrock had been foun- dNothing on the Market Equal to Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy This fact Is well known to druggist everywhere anti nine out of ten will give their customers this preparation when the best Is asked for Mr Obo Winner a prominent druggist of Jop Hn Mo In a circular tohU customers says Thieve nothing on the mar ket In the way of patcntmedlclne which equals Chumbcrlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kcmcdy for bowel complaints Wo sell and recommend this preparation1 For sale by nil druggists SORaymond McKee of Paris was kill ed by a train ut Loogootee Ind IDESIRAILEOMEFOft SALE I will rill prlvnlvly my nUlilicv In Hlnn fond on Dmivlllv AVinuc coa Illiiu ol talus roonu t hllllsr ixirvhf nttli Unli nMiin Ilowt 2 cellar out Nith voiieivte floor unU cider with luck dot hvlvc l olf Klrctrlc wires through the home Vntrr In kltrhvll olllhlllhUlljtlIIl1rllthat atoll corn crib rsrrlnga houe undronroof tlooil jimlcn All hlIeolllI 5001 reiialr luuloll ulvrll Oct 1HU MUM MAHY I IHIU11 HlntifonlKy A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the iree of Dr nee achee to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and lung Cure QThebcst family safeguard Is a reliable household m that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations eyes nose sore throat and 6onrhlal- affectionsthat will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases QSuch a medicine is Bosehees German Syrup which has a record of 35 year in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial fume of German Syrup as a con sumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green the niece of the famous Dr DoscJiec has extended to nil parts of the earth It has big sales cvcrvwlicre ITo sizes 2jc and 750 All druggists For Sale nt Pennys Drug Store JdeoreJaybngeaiin by icl Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the Best a You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessqries Get a Singer Guarantee Singer Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky H 0 FLOWERS Manager t 1 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyNo Iaoall farm STacrt Smile from nun furd Hoat ui fdiirgwM room luck porch end rrranila Gaud tiara ami other bundled In pad IIMw1I r tcJi sera nritltaclononeact la trult tree rat In CUM liouthlalc uitiila toaraaalal bargain sal nu- ioold at bargain Ciow io church Price Its pr sire land aJJolDlBi told far I W end Thfatea bargain No aa355 errs ol coal aoit ItulorUnd lees d In rrrcountrKrynUrap Vint Creek i tributary lbe or nt Kentucky titer aIteettoIIIMttboTttretk A rsf load lnurtejul within three toile of wM property be timber rontliti oak etc Tit perfect Will ell or ticbiDyt ut Mir term No tIA nice right rooter Iran dwelling In Stanford Hulwobilli good cellar with roncrtt Saor goat garden well In kitchen cabin on which rent lot twrmonth- Tb11eelllbgreaufur1131wrntonlh This prop arty In loW repair and tan IK for fJluo- No Farm t7S acre rlnd bIIlI1u land tn Unrein county Two aiory rooio iloue resident I tenant houiei barn room for oter head ol tock all other necciuary outbulldlop all In rriiron In togoodrultlTatlon rvatln rau and etc li an deal country bout ajaUronTtnlentvaonplaee ralet etc watere1 with II neter failing prlofi etc Price rfat oabl aiVII mire or land onseii5 from Somerset Ky cut In seven SeW Forty acres In cultlta lion mires In put u re baUnre In Iliuber Dwell In oontalna aeten rvoma Larn tarn and all nc rlenlhialxollMtioin railroad stet a idle crow Arlanut rtm Htreniy screof laud U river holloW hi IInldlland and ta srau Till land It rot tile exchangeNo terra of acre In Uaroln county Three good dwrlllnti 1 nod bUD and other oat l iillJln each bouio taro etc about the center of Ito urea All on county raid tulle from church Khool and Lara well sad will watered This la a good tobacco farm and would mil two or ihrefiiulllM that might want to come rum the lime nelchboroond lrlreaobabla- No rsTwo etor7frautdetllbgof ill rooui two hall all otatr necmarr outbulldlntt AIM large blatkimtth ahop and ehedi lull length of bop sad fret wide Tbla pro rty win W ld at a very low pile Ho SA farm ol 1R arise four tulle from Stan 1Ih In the count will waterd- lnctapacrd dishing fronts pit outbullding i A iplendlil blue grew rumsdonly- 9esmuleaddrtold countyn t ttrorf One urns loIDln this bit recently reluaeJ lii ntr acre tVen5rthis at HIAO No U11ltr urea near Pleasant Point Ky FrimebouMorooaitand Item and other outbulldln s t acre In cultivation re t tins her Well watfed KM yardi from poatofflrKhoo end church ttyt well on pike and In 1 toes ninnltr rrtrS No Iazso 1m Are mile of Crsh Orehlrd Ky Brick dwelling 8 roomi Iwo Sanest nouere two barns well andsprlegdear dwelling lames la high elate ol culttTttlon 1M tens river lottow fend god fencing fruit its Trite I17M an am NolA nKe farm at IllehlanJ welllwrfov eJ etc IrkeitiwT- 4 cue t of Lent JIfItlft teat south ul DunnvHIe tau acret In cuUvitton K ut e l acres In timber an4 rest in grass A Urge hew Iran daelt leg alw an olj Jteillnjf on puce A new tom and rwaoUanet Ills well wtttred and Ibe fenclne it tood On publk road 1lkItU No e j tjopm acre of cotton land In Mlnlnipp There Is no sectors of country which oOerttonuny orrortunltlet for pmhtaMe Investment at the MX tit ilpM Delta which It now fitly Jttcrlbejat Pro perny Valley The Umber It becoming mote valu able all the time or the recess that lumber people Iron the North abet the lurr0 Hater It fat Jlnlnithlnc ate constantly Increasing their pur chaw of umber land In the South w hen the lim ber It removed the sent It unequaled tat acrtcultu rat purpaet It will rroJuc a 110 cotton ta the acreor will grow other klnj of crop 11 In lM temperate tone Tbesoil nreJt no ertlnltr and gIves a yield whkh cannot eaceIlJtaste are low the title It perfect and the nun also buyt hell ant UBber minis at present prices aiklnt an In vettnent that he will never secret This land It di vided Into trade ranging Iron 40 acret to lh tract to acret lathe trarl and price rom II per acre to JiS per acre according tn rotator etc We are autborlied by the company who owns Iheu lands to cute that at other parties are considering the chase ol these land that we otter this tracts tub Itct prior sale withdrawal Iron market or chant In prtc wlthonl notke However when notified they will boll any tract out nl market tong enough for the purchase to make an Investigation Alvin l toon acret of thIs mini has teen toUby theCorn palsy attics received this option Inr funhac part call clout Nu MA facto ot IV acre tn CaN county GeeenJnnw hil wr dwelllaj with eta rem goal barn and other outbuilding Misty acre U culllrai n 4J seta In tlmWr fruit bent etc l well on county rod riot u ehurche Khoolvtr tlaonly farm Alton JO barrel mill In Mercer county KId on salt Hlvrr PIm power new up to In evrrr ana dwell lug with ImprovrmrnUnmlSO arrest of one land rliw toHoutlinro tiles 5 con No OS acrci of land near Crab Orchard cheap 1107sixwilts In kitchen and ramll tones liuod harp and oil nKwary outbuilding Platt well cured aIIoot III use aionrioit end la thewholeNo M tariu ol lit arm In Casey Two story tram dwelling two nod hero tort other outbulldlngi In tool repair biilendld lobaroo land and In joist Nlomuol1 A bargalh at No FaresotliScrs In county new two story t route tams dwell Los old dwelling In lair ronlHIon and other out bulldlDK On county rod ipletiilld ti barro land well watered two wella fie Thla hall 4NoDwelling good barn tie Well wtlerni tenting ant bllI In good TroduclU lira aton land In IfOlklDthliorhOOoI ellll8 to Khool cud on good road frig fTin No liNSeren room dwelling gud cellar end tl actreland Ner filllrj well and iprlff 1enrlni plaredOHNo b Two itory tram dwelling brooms hall 10IgOeIreWlr 1- vllle Ky orr ilncultltatlon Win timberreit In gram well watered two ifoud Lame and other t IwelltnItrowparallely OSIdtandfur f I or U parcel of not heC thai K acre to rrolnIing 2 welli In yard aplendWpnhaiJatJ 2 usein fJUONoticular addre Central Kentucky Keal lUlit Ki change Title t 1 WarnetlurgySOacTeelo ofrplkwalrtdbyIDterfelling 1 t Del Ky Mary rutl nidlnir Fencing rood easytermNo a2lar of ga I lnd tit rvoini two story dwelling well watered good hoclug Ilia lbe luburli of th cll ot Slat lurJ doe lu Uraded uboelandehurthe Tkulsalstbla hem lrIre ratonah- l0576enoteframetatipsod on acre e an Ky bun amok hour roJoaIrIrice rNo T0Tnecmoflanttwo dory front tilt ow itew a coo- tgaJrnrodeplrofldorchardol l eta fettine- gexcdtwonablalbuggyhouesmut boo eta Soot mtll oi- the place a g Icruiherln lull It II tub natural power which l a great economy and tbe dim lowSgureNo 1t Frame hotel Urge room double HID torroomfrontingblfurdwlap 3 nlcvrotlagr nicely furoUbed AlargegaNan Vacant lot adjointbg66 fat front b aIO feet Jeep All of Ihli property It la London Ky tuonylpet ieblyreonfur farm In Lincoln cuunty Iskitchengtrdcn lrh6151- 7073Asmall farM ofl3 acres of good land located clove to town Trlcri o 311 acre lQ Allen county Ky on rail cultivatedIISOInRra Timber on place It cut to II shinglethe placo twin over A large part It tem ed There am tour dwelling ot 4 room each mild one slur ot two turlN with room above baa wtIU and iprlnjj of water It la 2 mlle of county seat and prow tobacco corn wheat grant etc for 1300 One baR Cash COUU1KrroworLIolo dato teller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The engine of year rnn II acre with the mill Including what II with the house of S room All for ioIiO or SI 500 for tin mill and II Crt One bivf Cash llaa line trade No mill In 10 a tie No oo arras of land pear Junction Cltycullo wen Ufll 7iarrr ln tulilTilun rue In gram a Dia ouiiorthird and 0 of Ile lest grape bar Lora In Kentucky T rly cold i KO i ubdae- fsealslat year Well wateml soil feurlng goo- dboleti ebwl and fburcbei A IwoHory ale teem fnuin dwelling good Urn trlle etc all la good repair Trli t No a6et aces ol tinlmproTnl land In Iroa Station on prroperlsintldncolnrnunljcell escbac fur n nnH- n Great Clearing Sole I This tulle is the licpiiniiij of a rtries of wile which will give tho buy iiiK nubile III this locality the greatest hnrjjitin iiiiiirlunilifs they gist had This is not tho Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My imrdme last Spring were very large the accumulation of Odds lull Knila and broken lots is naturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to curry any goods over from silt mifon tu another We inaugurate thic great telling event stud invite every one within a days ride of my ttore to como juju in the greatest of bargain tVastK Toll your friends and Deighl ors that Menu SIr Suits are cut to 8101I8 SlSfiO Suits to 8H5I8 510 Slits to S7J8 S70 Suits to gfilN SFi Suits to JJlS AK Youtha and JJoys Snits Odd rant Dry CrsslsShoew Hat 1111IIP Ladies and Gents Furnish jugs will g accordingly w SAMROBINSONNext STANFORD KY This wonderful Rangepo Ipis now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to convince you we have the j best the market affords 1 LM J HGEoAGl fieFARR8 a COD Kentucky ILl