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IitVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 8900 NO 24 J PAINT LICK John Tudor and Miss Nora Davis were married Wednesday Miss Pearl Ely Is at homo from Lex ington Everybody went from hero to the Dcrca commehcement Wednesday A U Clark of Edcnton was a visitor hero Sunday Little Molllo McWhor ter fell from a cherry tree and her wrist was dislocated 1Mrs E L CockrcJI of Livingston guest of Miss Agnes Henderson W S Tudor of Louisville Is with a hIs mother Mrs Eliza Tudor Miss Ona Schwalllc who has been trimming for Mrs Minnie Jennings has returned to her home in Winchester 0 Miss Ianthea Royston has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Calvin Galloway and sister Miss Ethel arc guests of their grandparent Mr and Mrs W C Fish Mr C C McWhorter died at his homo hero Sunday morning at at G o clock aged 37 Ho was a fine gentle man with a host of warm friends II had been a member of tho Baptist church for a long time Ho leaves a wifo and three children to mourn tho loss of a tender husband and devoted father After funeral services tho burial took placo Monday morning at Wallaccton Tho sympathy of tho community is extended to the bereaved ones May they remember that it was Jesus who said What I do thou knowcst not now but shall know here after Kentucky Fair Dates following are the dates fixed for Fairs for 1900 as far as lTho July 12 13 and 14 JulyJuly 113 days Lancaster July 183 days Hustonvillc July 253 days Danville Aug 13days Harrodiburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Drodhcad Aug 163 days Lawrenccburg Aug 21I days ISpdnlttleld Aug 221 days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 233 days Shelby villc Aug 284 days Uardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Aug 30 s days Elliabothtown Sept 4fl days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 1L4 days Deadly Serpent Bites are as common In India an arc stomach and llvor disorder with UHf For the latter however there U aura ixmedy Elwtrki IMU rs the grout IU Mtoratlre iwdlelno of which S A Brown of nwmettevllle S C ass They restored my wife to iKirfcvt health after years pf siiirwlnj wllh ds1lepaia and a chronically torpid liver to Ktectrlc Hiiurs euro chills and foyer malaria Mltimsiiaes lam n back kldn y trouble und bluddor disorder Sold on Ouarnnfeo by Ionnys Drun Slow Stanford Lyue llron Crab Orchard Price Me b Reading writing and spoiling seen to hovo become a lost art in jHiblic schools An oxclwng states that tho trustees of Cooper Union In New York declare that tho young men and women who come to them for instruction in telegraphy stenography and ty awrlt Ing though of good ability and general I information are lamuntably deficient tn tho fundamentals of the English language They especially cannot spoil Out of 30 or 10 words in ordinary use sometimes ono half or oven twothird are misspelled This experience of the trustees nearly every newspaper pub usher will stand ready to avouch from I sore experience Tho common schools no longer teach tho common rudiments An Alarming Situation frequently results front neglect of logged bowels and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to thoso who use Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills tho best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Dowels Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Tiros + Crab Orchard Price sic Honors arc being stolen from most o the great men of former days Galileo was said to have discovered tho law of isochronism of tho pendulum while pur suing his studies at Pisa in 1581 Now wo learn that tho pendulum was used as a correct mcasuso of time among tho Arabs as far back as tho year 1000 It your stomach troubles you do not conclude that there is no cure for a great man have been permanently cured by Chamberlains Stomach an Liver Tablets Oct a free samplo at W N CrnigH drug store anti give them a trial They also euro consti ration and biliousness Kind GentlomanYou are not tho bo that I left with my horseT JohnnioNo sir Im a speculator r I job gave do other boy five cents for hi KINGSVILLE Mrs Brock was with her daughter Mrs John Jee J Evcrard Creighton left Wednesday for Bloomfield W Va where ho will resume his duties as telegrapher for tho N W J A Mc Keo says his daughter Miss Annie who recently married Mr John Burrlss of Atlanta Is delighted with her homo in that city Everyone who knows Miss Annie is pleased to learn of her hap pincss and well being Miss Annie Milburn Is tho guest her uncles G A and W W Walter Mrs W L McCarty and son were over from Stanford Mrs Wm Black of Science Hill is the guest of Mrs Wm Lane Messrs George Miller Givens and D C Allen of Huatonville were hero recently Mrs George Tharp of Lebanon Junction de visiting Mrs Will Carey James Sweeney and family havo moved to Waynesburg where they will occupy tho new section house Miss Ida Sweeney was at home a few PostmastereJohnson went to Cincinnati Monday Will Meeks and E W Creighton heldI down tho postoflke during Mr John sons absence T It Taylor Is shipping largo quantities of peas and strawber rise to tho city markets MATRIMONIAL Miss Pearl Ashley nnd W C Davis were made one at Lancaster Jesse Nance and Miss Rachel Wilchcr were married at Hustonvillo Wednesday Miss Eva Claro Grant and J McClus key Blaynoy both of Danville were married there At II rook vl1le ImL Charles GmyI aged 80 and Miss Julia Stanfort G5 were joined in matrimony They had been sweethearts for nearly 60 years Miss Lutic Eubanks the pretty daugh ter of Mr and Mrs J M Eubanks oCI the Mt Salem section was married Wednesday to Mr Chester Carter of Lawrenceburg Miss Bessie Leo Dawson the hand some daughter of Squire W L Daw son of this place and Mr Theodore Hobliuon of the L N with head quarters at Birmingham were married at the homo of her sister Mrs C I Dorsey in Louisville atC r Tues day Hev Newton Briney pastor of tho Broadway Christian church ofllciat ing They left at once for Birmingham to reside Tho bride has many friends and admirers here who congrat ulate Mr Robinson on winning tho heart and hand of so excellent a young woman The Very Cost Remedy for Bowel Trouble- Mr M F Ilorroukh nn old and wellknown resident of Dlufflon Ind says I rufrnrdChauiborlulnsCollo Cholera and Diarrhoea Itumedy ns 11re very boat remedy for bowel trou ble I make title sintcmontuftar having used thu raiwdy In my family for several years I am iioverwlltmul It Thin remedy 14 almost sure to need ed halo tho summer Is over Why not buy It now t nil be prepared for suuh in omorjjeneyY For sulo by W N Craig Uio popular druggist Stun ford Tho State Prison Commission grunted paroles to five prisoners as follows Rhodes Mood of Knott county sent up for life for murder John II Ludwig of Fnyottc county for life for murder Peto llnddox Warren county for 21 for manslaughter John IL Thompson of Scott county 21 years for man slaughter Isom Slone of Johnsop county 10 years nnd Thomas May bt Pike county thrco years May and Haddox era ill of consumption nnd for this reason were sent to their homes Mead who has been confined for 14 yearsrcccntly was injured permanently in a bandsaw accident at the prison A New York special says Tho Lin coin log cabin acquired by tho Lincoln Farm Association for restoration to its original site started today on Its journey to Hodgenville on n special train over tho Pennsylvania railroad The cabin which has been taken apart will bo committed to tho caro of Capt N S Bullitt and n file of five soldiers off tho First Kentucky Infantry by Gen eral Manager Frederick E Pierce of tho association The guard will ac company the relic throughout the journey The cabin will bo first reerected at Louisville as an attraction of tho Homecoming Week Death From lookJaw never follows tin Injury dressed with Hucklcns Arnica Salvo Its an propertiesproveutd merchant of Rensselacrsvillu N Y It saved Seth Burch of ntekII ever saw Cures Cuts Wounds PennysyCrab Orchards Miss Margaret Pickett dropped dead at Maysville I u NEWS NOTES Tho ICOOOdth body has been interred in tho cemetery at Lexington Bradetrects reports show fewer fair urea last month than In any May for 13 yearsOne was killed and 11 persons were injured by an explosion in a build ing In New York City George Huffman fell from a ladder while picking cherries at his home in Frankfort and was killed Two persons were killed and farmhouses destroyed by a storm In Southern Oklahoma arid Indian Territory Ashley Ward a Cynthiana attorney was fined and given nino months in jail for shooting Sherley Frisbio Joe Tung Lee a Chinaman surprised the New York University by winning tho second prize in the Sandhnm orator ical contest Scottown 0 n village 20 miles north of Ironton with a population of 200 was washed away Not a house was left on its foundation The second trial of Curtis Jctt charged with the murder of Town Marshall James Cockrell at Jackson Is in progress at Cynthiana Three men were killed in a headon collision between a freight train and a work train on the Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad near Cadillac Mich The boiler in the sawmill of Lyons Co near Frcnchburg blew up killing three men and perhaps fatally injuring three others The money loss will be heavyIn will which was filed for pro bate In Lexington Maj B G Thomas directs that his old housekeeper toI whom ho left almost his entire estate be burled in his family lot in the Lex ington cemetery- A suit which practically amounts to a contest of tho vast Stanford estate was filed in San Francisco by Annie F Stanford a niece of the lato Senator against tho executors of the will of the late Jane L Stanford Doss Galbrcath nnd Goochblack smiths were arrested at Springfield Mo charged with murder in the first degree for alleged participation in the lynching of three Negroes in that city on tho night of April 14 By agreement tho cases against Jas Hargis Alex Hargis and Ed Callahan charged with tho murder of James Cockrell and taken to Lexington on a change of venue wore continued till the September term of court In a signed statement from James D Phelan chairman of tho Financial Re lief Committee It is shown that the money sent to Sau Francisco from out side points aggregated about 4000000 instead of 15000000 ns- previously stated by others Tho lid has been put on with a bang at Hazard tho county seat of Perry county At a meeting of the city fathers some stringent laws were passed One makes it n fine to smoke cigarettes within tho city limits Another pro hibits the use of profanity within tho corporation In instructing tho Fayetlccounty grand jury Monday Judge Parker declared that no compromiso with pool rooms will be permitted in tho future and juries must impose heavy penalties or none at all He also directed an investigation of investment companies whose affairs aro now in the hands of n receiver In tho Franklin County Court three inmates of the State penitentiary were presented for investigation as to their sanity They were William Farmer of Louisville serving a sentence of 10 years for innnslanghtcr Joe Webb of Clark county and General Williams of Knox county Tho two first named were adjudged of unsound mind and ordered taken to an asylum Williams was dismissed as being sane How to BreakUp a Cold It limy he n surprise to muny to learn that a severe cold can bo com pletely broken up In ono or two days time The drat symptoms of a cold uro n dry loud cough a profuse watery discharge from the noso and u thin white coating on tho tonguo When Chamberlains cough remedy Is taken avery hour on tho first appear anco of these symptoms It counteracts tho effect of the cold and restores tho system to n healthy condition within a day or two For stile by W N Craig the popular drugglstStanford Col W C Greene president of tho Greene Consolidated Copper Co who is at Cananea Mexico has sent out a signed statement saying that accounts of the disturbances at Cananea arc very much exaggerated Tho Mexican authorities he says are giving full protection and work is being resumed at mines and smelters If you will make Inquiry It will be u revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles In ono form or another If tho patient Is not beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Cure will cure It never disappoints G L Penny IJ IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W J Hanks a prominent citizen of the Tyrone section of Anderson is dead Joe Crawford of Jackson was given a year in the penitentiary for false swearing Mrs Elizabeth Ann Stephenson tho aged mother of Hon W W Stephen son is dead at Harrodsburg- T J Candler the wellknown Som erect hotel man has been sent to an asylum His mind had been failing for some time A letter received from Mr James Chrisman who is still In San Francisco says that they arc now able to get board for themMves and have with drawn from the government lists the commencement exercises nt Berea college in the presence ofsev- eral thousand persons Mrs Nannie Nuckols shot and instantly killed Mrs Viana Black Jealousy Is said to have been tho motive for tho crime Leslie Herndon of Lancaster who was injured in a wreck on the Southern Railway was given 2500 damages He sued in the Mercer circuit court for 20000 Thomas D Johrison who was hurt in the same wreck was given 500 lie sued for 10000 Hastening through the crowd in tho- Tenthstreetstallon this morning look ing for President Roosevelt Robert Lee McFadden of London was ar rested by District Detectives Simon and Kimble on a charge of lunacy says the Louisville Times McFadden was seen in the station as early as 10 oclock and kept up his search diligent ly for an hour He finally found the object of his search in a traveling man hurrying for a train Ho approached him and spoke to him calling him Mr President Ho was disappointed however as the drummer left him in a few moments He then took his stand in the center Of the big waiting room and began to expound Rooseveltian doctrine The virtues of the President of the United States were set forth in the most glowing terms and timd women in the station began to fear the presence of the speaker At this juncture the detectives appeared and took charge of McFadden CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia at 330 Sunday afternoon Eld J G Livingston will preach at Logans Creek church Sunday morning Childrens day exercises will be held at tho Turnersvillo Christian church Sunday night next Rev George Green pastor of the Baptist church at Lawrcnccburg has accepted a call to the Mt Vernon church in WoodfordRev Moore of Mississippi will preach nt tho Baptist church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Mem are requested to be present Rev G A Cordons meeting at the Presbyterian church at McKinney will begin Saturday 23 instead of 30th as our types made us say last issue Unknown Friends There aro many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemcdy with splendid results but who are unknown be cause they have hesitated about giv ing a testimonial of their experience for publication Thoso people however arc none the lost friends of this remedy They have done much toward making It u household word by their personal recommendations to friends nnd neighbors It is a good medicine to have in tho homo and la widely known for Its on res of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford On the farm of J F Meacham a few miles from town on the Antioch road says tho Hopkinsvllle Kentuckian is a rose bush that has bloomed every year for 100 years The house occupied by Mr Meacham was built in 1802 and four years after Thomas Kirt man who settled the place bought a pink tea rose blooming in clusters from a nursery in North Carolina and set it out under tho window of his new house It stands on the same spot to day and is now bearing its lOOdth crop of blossoms Tho bush Is large and vig orous and seems good for 100 years more CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every whose corns are not promptly remove with entire satisfaction A bottlo this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing If a perfect euro Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Buckhlll Miss a town of 1000 In habitants was almost completely destroyed by tlrei 4 FARMERS LOOK I am agent for all leading machinery including J I CASE THRESHING MACHINES with sample on hand Deering and McCormick Bind ers Mowers and Rakes Old Hickory Wagons and Owensboro Buggies The heat good for your money is my motto With the present good wheat crop now is the time to Imy a Threshing Machine and make money Come and see me and get my prices before buying and make my store your home while in Iliutonville C R McCORMACK Hustonvillc Ky Another Round Up the Cash Basis Ladder 10 Cakes of Lenox Soap 25c Gran ulated Sugar still 20 pounds for 100 W H HIGG1NS9 Special Prices on Buggies mid Buoy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 1D0nileyGEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Save Money m IBy buying your Refrigerators Wa DoorsrCloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George D Hopper Stanfora Ky The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county Is a candidate to repre tent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to lion G Q Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party HON R W MILLER of ilmllson 101lIlt n cnmllilute to nInrunt till KlKlith Oongreislonnl DUtrlct 01 Kentucky In ConKronn to succeod lion In Ollbert subject to nMlon of the I m oerntlc party M F NORTH Is candidate for Ipire ntiitlveo 1lnloln county luhject to tht action of the lImo cratlo party THE death of Daniel N Lockwo recalls the fact that ho had the triple distinction of making the speeches nom mating Mr Cleveland for mayor tor t governor and for president Ho had been district attorney for Erie county and a member of Congress before Mr Cleveland became president and appointed him United States district nt torney for Northern New York and after holding that office ho was again elected to Congress He was a man of i the highest character eminent at the bar and a popular platform orator It t is remarkable that the two younger men that contributed so much to Mr Clevelands success should go hence before him The other Col Daniel La most had a good deal to do with the nomination of Mr Cleveland for governor and for president and very much to do with his chiefs administration of both offices As private secretary he put that office practically on the level of a cabinet office and one result of liis work was the change of the title and salary of the office SENATOR ARTHUR PUE GORMAN pass ed away in Washington Monday following a heart attack brief mention of which was made In our Tuesdays sue For practically half a century he had been conspicuous in public life ris- Ing through many adversities to an eminence which commanded the respect of all political parties He wa recognized as a masterful political lead er an able statesman and a valuabl public man and it is generally conceded that his death leaves a big gap in the United States Senate He held many subordinate positions in Washing ton and they proved stepping stones to a power such as few other men In American life have wielded TimE Louisville Heralds Home Con ing edition of 64 pages profusely illus trated reflects much credit on tha splendid newspaper whose only faul consists in it being a republican publi cation We congratulate Brer New man and his efficient force on his magnificent effort JACKSON the brave am loved army leader of the Confederacy left a widow worthy of him She res cued a drowning man near Wilmington N C and proved herself almost as great a heroine as her husband was a hero Tim price of coffins has advanced 25I per cent and word comes that they are going higher It will soon be cheaper to live than to die POLIITCAL There is no doubt that the Railroad Rate Bill will be sent back to confer enceThe Senate passed the Naval Appro priation bill carrying u total of 103 Judge B F Hill of Henry county has announced for Congress in the Seventh Gov Beckham and other State offi cials will speak at a barbecue near Ful ton on July 4th Robert E Woods a prominent Louisville attorney will succeed Dr T H Baker as postmaster of that city The House agreed to the conference report on the Military Appropriation Bill The bill now goes to the President Gov Hanly of Indiana has1 offered a reward of 3000 for the arrest of Oscar A Baker charged with attempting to bribe a member of the Legislature Friends of Harry V McChesney Secretary of State say in Frankfort that he will be a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for State Auditor- A reception to be given in honor of W J Bryan on his return from abroad is expected to become a national affair with delegates from all States present Senator J Ralph Burton handed in his resignation to Gov Koch of Kansas and Foster Dwight Coburn a widely known agriculturist was appointed to tale vacancy George E Chamberlain Democrat has been reelected Governor of Oregon The Republicans win in the sen atonal and congressional races Woman suffrage was overwhelmingly defeated By a vote of 8 to 3 the three being Democrats and the eight Republicans the House Committee on Ways and Means authorized a favorable report on the Senate resolution restricting pur chases for the Panama canal to articles of domestic manufacture and from the lowest bidder unless the President shall in any case deem the bids or tenders thereof extortionate or un reasonable U Jd With Senator Cannons consent given for consideration of the Senate Pure Food Bill it is believed that measure will now become n law It is believed the provision in the Railroad Rate Bill preventing the Issuing of passes to employes will be stricken out before the measure becomes a law It is believed the Democrats of the United States Senate will select Senator J C S Blackburn of Kentucky as Democratic leader to succeed the late Senator Gorman Sensational evidence was brought out in the Interstate Commerce Commission investigation at Philadelphia when the clerk who purchases fuel coal for the Pennsylvania railroad admitted receiv- Ing from the companies furuLjhing the material about 57000 in stock and cash in something like three years SosAtor McCreary is allowing no grass to grow under his feet in his rare for the United States Senate say a Washington dispatch He believes in organization and his compaign will be systematically and carefully conducted It requires but one glance at his busy committee room at the Capitol to impress one with the fact that the Senatorial race is on There a busy force is at work and the Senator is keeping in thorough touch with the people back at home If he does not win it will be through no fault of his own as he Is exhausting every resource at his command TO THE VOTERS The iind it ln women In bohnlf of thlr home tlirntttly entn lit you to volt to n move the temptation of strong drink fnJlII the men and lioyi of the community Mm JiiiiHj B lluck Murlo II Muhony ltI T J Hotter Mary It Phillips Mrs1 M Ihll lips Jr Miss Anno Phillip Sirs J M Ibll lips Hr Mrs II llupley Minnie May Itn ley MI Htelln Ilupley Mrs L M Omur In It J IlublhiuMrs O ft Coleinini Mr K Hilton Mn J U 1ovroll Mrs Aitelln Woolh Minnie T Wood Addle Mctlary Mrs lllle B Johnson V IVarl Aldrldge Mr D AI Irldtif Iliuinnh Aldrldge Stillu lctllIry MrnV It Hock Mr Ophelia Chancellor Irll I N Ctuli MUsKnviiniiiiu IJocV Miss Ritz both leek Mm V Hnllou Mrs A CHili Ilse Film llallou Mm T J Hill yin J I lloldam Puttlo Aliorn Mary I Curler Helnhurt Mrs W W Warren Mli Kn inn Wnrreil Amanda noggin Mr M K Ktephonn Mm Ktlltn PuttuOlnW CIV tus Ixiitt Harnctt Mm Itettle HarmIt In Jessie HtHKK Katharine Hvazley Sin T I lUll Mrs J PChni Mrs K Thomas Ienc Jr Forrest McUlnry Kato Pone taut McOlnry Dora Pence Mesdunuf J Ii llnuKhman Will II Shanks KlUn Harris C Huffman J W tout Mary B Wrny J I Jones Fannie unuIottle MuKlnnoyKlli alum airs Mary Htntut Jlnttlo K Kin Ito I Hopper Kllznbcth Hinging Mary It hixton Xnnnle H McOlury W H Illggln II C Warrun W A Trluhlo I II Cook U It tlcKlnney J H lace H K Curtis Mary I ituroli KmnmCnlmeM1 Htcele linlley 11Iey lit Clair K K IVttu J V Cummin H CAn lerson J A Allon Iuln Corinney II D Cnr Ir T IMlaney J K Wntor Oeo Cnrpwnte lulla Ilughex J W IvrrJn P A Drown M B Letnllgto John Ilrlght Jr Miirgiirvt lllbli iVIIklnxon June Unrnmn Mary It Foster 0 U Faith Hettlo Hmltb Eliza Porter M orter Bmmett Tniylor J H Harthln Hug lend Kntle Anioiu W M Ilrlght H C 10 nutty KCobb Hr J j Carpenter ash 1 W B McltotorU W 1Orlinex J W Al corn B II Newlutul It J Mcitobertf T A lUe1I lUhllllp Martha Hainpton U- eWearunieo111Vcurenk0III Karrl J 1 Tale liouln U Taut P J HUM J H OwI ej Jr W f Wltlnrn J N HnunilenUco Url ht lice Itenzley 31 Mc tots rts J L Ikiizlej nthvrlne licailey leo H Cooper J JI IrlghtHH Ilnughmnn W II 3lcKlnnr W- In Weiiren W N Craig MIa6t6 Vlrglnli FlOr nee Truohoart LeClrnml Inns Howl Jonos Mattle L Paxton Betty uxton Annla IunnAnnle McKlnnejrMIn nle Htnuil Mora Htrnuli Minnie A Hlne InrRuret Hoppor P Rout Oeorgli owl Margaret lewls KateAlcorn Hophii corn Maitglu Ow loy Ophelia Ow ley Rs Ihr W Hurcli Jennie I Warren ClmrlotU arren Lizzie DavUon Ithoda While Ly hlle Anna H Iun t Bmnia Warren lIul111111nIJIIIIIt er Peacble Huuxhnutn Kllwil oth Dnugli mil TVvl Carpenter Lllii U lIe Cnsh Jtn- lilt I Ninvlanil Nancy Newland Kate New IUlld Ophelia Chancellor Lena Hamilton url llninpton Nettle Wmy JftMlnmi 1llIn llelle Warner Sirs J It HarrU Here There The United States Brewers Association is holding its annual convention in Indianapolis Friends of Editor Reed Embry of- the Danville News are pushing him- for railroad commissioner Three slight earthquake shocks were felt in Manila on June 5 and 6 The shocks are believed to have been severe on the Island of Samar but no details have been received Col B F Robinson shipped 450 lambs to Cincinnati Monday which ho bought trom different parties at 6c They av eraged 80 pounds He bought 75 trom- Doc Chestnut which averaged 92 Ibs Central Record A Lesson in Health JeoUhy kidneys tiller the impurities from the blood and unless they do- this good health is impossible tevs Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively cure all forms- of kidney and bladder disease It rengthcns the whole system G L- Penny IK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do- the work For Bale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thompson KingsvilleaLOT of se ondhanded and- job stone for sale cheap This t fike JtH HUSTONVILLE To the beautiful tonsorial parlor of George N Gillock has been added some new and elegant fixtures another bar ber chair cup cases wall plate glass perfume cases etc Also a large and wellassorted line of imported and domestic perfumes Hair growers In cluding the best quinine and other ton ics dandruff cures bay rums witch ha zel face creams toilet powders etc etc 4t The town of Goesscl Kansas was practically destroyed by a cyclone A man who is in perfect health so ho can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which ho should bo thankful Mr L C llod gers of Branchton Pa writes that ho was not only unable to work but he couldnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made anew man of him Ho says Success to Foleys Kidney Cure G L Penny I STILL have on hand plenty of sweet potato cabbage and celery plants Cabbage heads now ready for sale J W BrackettCNOTHING worthy of mention was done by the city council last night PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clnurt sad lams tan lists Vromrtr a latiiruuit rruwth oryNairQcedIwitIkbat liilint POSTED trlctlyturbidpassing on our place and will prosecute Tlolator to the full extent of the law Mrs Rate Ador Helchenbtch Bn VooGruenljtaoFred Alfred Simpson Oeorce Holme Mix Rattle U Hewes K Reicbenbacb Charles Cummin Jos Ballon A 0 Dunn S M Uqlmei PsnghertyMPeter W barter J Nerln Carter Mr M Hajflfo welch A1I Root J E Bruce w F ibomaker Thomas Ff rrlll Orecn Ferrlll P J Coon John n Camenlicb BamTrowbrldge Peter Hatmer Charles Enstlln Frank Uoroier John Meier S uinol Llnil er LytleDavidL P uDntIIyJ w Roughyna- aCnristeoatirsynm n fnrpebtcr Jacob Jtuweln taw U4tnnran- Mrs M J Alblock HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic 10 all things fair 1n all things clean In all hinge It is eiientlally a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to fer the WEEK LV COCRIKROURNALono rear and this paper for the price named bore Send your subscription for the corn Inatton to usnot to the CourierJournal loridaNew tubalreached jn comfort via QUEEN ftCnESCEHT ROUTEAND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special ll Scnlce Jinuirj lib Solid Pullman Train Lone CINCINNATI 8JS F M LEXINGTON 114O DANVILLE 12i40 A U Dining and Observation cars for Jack onvlllo and At Augustine Via Cbatta noofaand AtlantA Florida Limited Solid Train CINCINKATI JU M Lure IEXINQTON lolaa A M DANVILLE lliCOAII Day CoMJies Iullman SIcerrsObrer ration and Ulnlnc Can for JicMonrlUc- Bt Au tntlnrthrerrportaiid NrwOrlrant- vll Chattanooga Atlantaand Illmini ham Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Iexlnirton Dan lllo to New Orleans via Cliattanwxa and Iilrralnaaani eon throunh Pullman Hcrvlce to JnckionvillF via Alhcvlllo and Bavtnnah and Cnarlwton winter tourist ticket now on sate at reduced rotes For Information apply AlClndnnt1dw1OtRUT C B1UMO Owrl A qr hrCINCINNATI 0 Residence For SaleJIn- vltlglocntcrllcnnlnentlyin I Mt Hhr Unit otter n my tie Mrnblo rcalitonce on Hustouvlllo HIln Hilin fnrtl Ky For imrtlculiirs write me at HlfrlliiK Kyur Itrlglit nt h Lincoln County National llnnk JOHN V JONKK A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCK Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Waynisburg Marble and Gran- Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Pester In nml Mnnurncturtrof Granite Monuments Marble Ruliwd Uttcrn n MyweloltyOften and Qrb AViiyiu burg Allt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky W ani prcparrtl to write liunrnnce Life Accident Fire or Tornado And aollclt the nosiness of the cltlttn of tlltI hush Hml None but the host coinpni Ia rvprmviitml- Jflico with Crab Orchunl Banking Ci- Iavi n talk with us loran placing your In urnnc of renowlng old i ollclr List property with us nml we n 1111 for you charging you only n mall per Clnt ogMoNoo WHITES TM fSYE 9Rk 5PURITY GUARANTEED Splits SplitsSP- LITS What Is Splits Fine Out Get n bottle of Vhites Diamond Branc Splits facto from Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy ilr our Diamond Brand Splits lor- ilo at Drug Stores Soda Fountain arcs and Saloons rice lOc Per Bottle flutes C C Water Company Inc Crab Orohard Ky LECTION NOTICE Lincoln County Court niliir term held nt the court hous In Hllllllllri1Kvon Inl Tin f WarrenIrea1ding t iiilrn 1I0nrab t U In the p Itlnlt of II Klitiorv rt ul lot iKal option liftlinThis day WIIIIB M II Klmor and tine hnn- drl1 nod tin llfil otlior iHtltlonerx whos up5 tr nil the u form lr tfrtnof tittanourtstyling tliciiiMlvia clt IZlmll and rosUlentu ot fll Ilncoln CUllllly Ky Or il yenre of age niul I11rll of sold town ii lilt county lay attorney 111111111111 the court totirilrr tlint nn tlelll IK bald In tlit mild town of Hill uford 01- 1JUIIIII llM for the IlIIfJlt of taking these uf the voters of add town upon thl proH ltlon wliitlicr or not spirit uuua louxnnd limit lliiu r iiliiill IK sold hor- ten1 and IOIIIIM thiTuln Aml ItniitHnrliiK from proof the Mgimtuiv to the xtIttoilaregenutnuiindthult tin IIfonlIhll anti sigouturea Is on- tlmllti Jwrcentofthevotes cull nt tli lust vilon hold In al town of Htitioit Klnir IKIHII l y rulesttllWII uf Htnnfont bclnu 1IIIIIt0rlnlll front proof lininl that thu txr whll imnif are nlKmd to Mild hail- 1M and were lit tint tone eltlzcim nnd nhhmh of the town of Htaiifcml over l1r of JIKK and iiuullllixl to volt nt Itt- lonaln mid town and county onUcru It Is iriltroil tlmton June Him nn ulpctlon held In the town of Hlnnford nforonld for thu purpoal of tnklnu the of thu nl YOUTH upon thu proposition wllltJllr or not vinous nnd malt IhlllorK nhnll Iw sold Imrterod nnd lonneil IIllnln uml T Hill Hr the nherlll of icolncotinty lit ordered to ojienn taunt nt baud ferry OUIlIt In vneli n au- llnr votliiK precinct In Hlniifonl on Juno 11111 for tlm purposu of holdlnu nml con- chlltlng mild election nnd lui wlll IIIIlkelln- oulhertlmon of Mild election liy it Utlon of this order In tilt INTKHioiiIoniNAi evNpiiiH pnblUhed liiHtunfonl in I1nll every trine for not Jesstlulutwo- ks to Jtinu Him net liy Ilrlntl1- hll1 hlllaloIIlln not than live con utvsa lit l1hl town for nt ieasthut- IiiweeksprlottoadddateIwu He will have the Ihhrtl Illellty Il IIMIVU men In the INTKHIOU JOIUINAI r0itIt n tnlUon lucid on Hnturdny Juno the sec for the dt of lnencli nnll avorvvotinglttaCeand precinct tlivro y uiitltlwl to tutu ut the elrl1Iin Illrchy ordertxl wliiino imineH hnvo nut here hIlum IMCII recordinl on the riglstraUon book far time present year of Htanfonlniay wllliulvtrtl thltl- Hleclul be re reRldlriitlon Urn tlmu old plnceH whcrl It will lw In like manner as IIn- election hereby c lied Is required to bo ml vcrlbIA Attest OEO Ii Clerk of the Lincoln Oounty Court I1feThe best dressed people are those who wear the CRITERION- We tsell only this make In every thing from J 0 to 20 Our 2 piece suits are especially stylish and fine H J McROBBRTS p STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREENL- et us Supply You J PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky t raslerla rlt a t wlswltrlanta tttnr i J II TESTIMONIALII ner erv co S without ono of the kind for several times its cost enjoy tills improvement as much or more than our IfamilInlsfblOphoue This system is in every particular nn inIplant So simple nnd useful fresh water can bo order all through house from cistern at nil hours Aldridgo the ulumhcr for n catalogue and rend up on wonderful time and labor saving way of living You can r up enough nir in n few minutes to supply water for nn 01 thisIsize family all tiny Think of it both cold or hot water StnnlIroKI I ttn ealloa o aaalse atw YOUR WANTSIN Srrr= f Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD l PEUBOJJAL supervision given to all Prescriptions corupoundedI f Hot Weather Goods rrcrrt Ladies tlcnvclcsH volts nt 7c 10c lfc and 2fc L llh Iloup8lclo vests extra quality clastic lisle ut 26of- i Ladies Plain and IMCQ Trimmed Drawers extra quality claijtico lielci nt 25 cents Ladies full regular Black Gnusc Lisle hose 25c Ladies Lace Lisle Garter Top Hose 2iio See the values wo olHr in Childrens How at lOc Ific nnd 2ic SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY KY Ju ji R IDOG 18TANIOIU Ice Cream Soda at Iennys PERSONALS J E Pont MAN is horo from louls vileMiss SAIUB TAYIOR WOQDS Is vlcl ing in Lebanon Miss LBNA PALMRK of Madison II With Mrs A T Traylor MtH MAYMR SMITH of Fonlsvilli with Miss Marie Mahony MRS W II WHARHN and daunhtell went to Lexington Wwlnosday Mae F S Goocil of Waynosbu tvas hero shopping Wednesday MM W B PBNNY of Danville wu the guest of MiM Mario Mahony Miss OHIHUA LACKEY II visiting hur sister Mrs Wm Fields In Fayette- MR Ai ADOAMS of Crab Orchnrd was hero Wednesday having llrinting t done MR AND Mrs A W CAnrHNU1R friends go to Dayton 0 tomorrow to visit MIBS ETTA BBLIK ROOT returned Tuesday from Moline III whore i ho has been teaching CArT B K POWHLL who has been aick for some time was able to como to town yesterday MItI MAUD CARTKR has returnltl from Indianapolis where she attendltl tho School for tho Deaf Miss NANNIE URBNT NKWLAND ro turned Tuesday from a visit to tho Misses Bailey in Mercer J Miss lUcilBt ALUSOS who has been with her aUtcr Mrs Mary Burch ru turned to Lexington Wednesday MHBDAMBB A ADIIAMS and Marfi rer James of Crab Orchard wore on yesterdays IouisvIlletound train MR ALFRED A HIOOINS is nt home 1for a few days He hoe been in South western Kentucky for some weeks Miss SALVE HAWKINS of Corbi 1Dnd Mrs J A Blain of Hustonvlll were the giicsts of the Misses Rills DR J A AMON and wife of Garrar s came over yesterday to see his nice Miss Mary Amon Atkins graduate MRS GEOHOB H COOPER went to Louisville yesterday to Ice her husband who we are glad to state is doing nicely MR HARRY HIRGINS arrived at home here Tuesday night from Baltimore where he is attending a medical col logo MRS N W FOWLE and daughtc Miss Sue Alpha have returned from n S visit to friends and relatives at Kirk vole TILE Ladles Aid Society of tho Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs W B McKobcrts this afternoon at 3 LUCY MILLER GiVENsentcrtaii cd a number of friends with a euchre ipnrty at her pretty country homo last JAMBS P THOMPSON and littl eon James Robert of Lebanon nre visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Milton Warren JUDGE W M MYERS wife and sons Carlisle and Bowman or Hustonvillc and Miss Lizzie Phillips of Liberty S took Wednesdays train for London MR AND MRS T A RICE have sued invitations to a party they will give Misses Paulino and Margare Hocker on tho evening of June 13th MR L M GOODKNICHT and David Goodknlght loft Wednesday to visit friends in Lexington nnd Frankfort They will likely go to Europe later In tho summer for her vis- Itors Miss BESSIE YANTIS has this week Miss Sadie Baughman r of Hustonville Miss Bessie Mao Lear of Lancaster and her cousin Miss Annt C Jackson of New York City who haiMcWHORTERMIss SALLIE taught in Stanford Male Female Sonv during the the term just ended nary returned to her homo at Crab Orchard yesterday to spend her vacation- A GOOD picture of Miss Mattie Lin wood Douglas who graduated nt the Danville School for the Deaf appeared f In Mondays Advocate She is a daughter of Capt J B Douglas of Jellico andls ah exceedingly handsome girl LOCAL- SFORSALENewcaltbage peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard J Tim ladies address an open letter to in this issue of Stanfordtho voters The letter appears on our second page Tt s r NEW matting rugs and iron bedS just received Tribblo Pence vA GOOD secondhand 3horse power MCIKlnnoy castor street just vacated by Gnrland Singleton Apply at this oflke Tim Ix gans Croak Sunday school wlil give n picnic on the lthor July the program of which will appear soon FOR SALH Sweet potato plant Brazilian 20c per 100 Southern Quccn 15c Bermuda lOc W S Wigham Moreland ALL portions having stock in the IIn coin County Fair Association will please pay It to me nt once J P Cummins secretary TUB joint institute composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard and Uncoln will convene in Stanford on August lith and continuo in session five days MR JOHN wastried beCore Judge Warren and a jury Wcdnesd on the charge of soiling whisky on Sun day and was promptly acquitted I AM agent for the Metropolitan LICo Insurance Co of New York Insure from two years to 70 years old Give me a chance if you want any Insurance Barnes Wcarcn 4t FRHD BAUMANN bra been appoint carrier and Gottfried Baumann sub stltutc on rural route No3 from this place Mr G It Knglcman is the pro eat carrier on this route TUB Odd Follows hold nn open ession at their lodge room Tuesday night text 12th Memorial lIotvlces will also bo hold Everybody invite Jxorclsea begin at 8 oclock I WILL be located at J L Bcnzlcy furniture store for the present with my optical goods Will bo glad to test your yes and supply you with glasses at the lowest cash prices Wilt N Craig LOST between Stanford nnd the cored bridge on the Danville pike two olitalro diamond rings and one with netting of emerald and diamond 4oavn at this office nnd receive liberal cward JUDGE WARRUN has had one tree InI he court house yard cut down and R- eend others trimmed up and It is now lomo trouble for the loafers club to find shade Tho club id thinking of moving Its headquarters I HAVE disposed of my drug stock to tho Stanford Drug Co For the present I will bo found at the furnitur tore of J L Beazlcy All thoso debted to me will please call and settle heir accounts with and at once Wilt J CraigMn W EADS who is years old asnt traveled as much as the ordinary man of his age lie has never been inn town larger than Somerset and has only ridden on a train between Burn sldo nnd McKinney Ills father Mr J D Eads of Wayne county who is- 8U years old has never ridden on trnln SENATOR R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county was in tho city yesterday try- Ing to secure places for his constitu ents in the State service As lion R W Miller of Richmond opposed tho- bin of the Senator to put Casey in the ighth Congressional district which wns championed by Representative AI verson of Lincoln Senator Hubblo doesnt think that Mjr Miller should expect anything of his county in support of his Congressional aspirations Frankfort Journal TOMORROW the battlo of tho ballots will bo fought nnd let us nil join in hop- Ing that they will do nil tho lighting thcro is to be done Let us admonish thoso who will take part in tho election to decide whether or got spirituous vinous and malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Stanford to- keep their heads cool and neither say- nor do that which on tho morrow they- wiU be ashamed of Every inch of- ground promises to bo hotly contested nnd realizing this it behooves both sides to bo calm and conefderate and exceed- Ingly careful of what is said or done A lover of peace wo would like to seethe election go off without an unkind word or deed and wo truly hope that our Tuesdays issue we may be able to- uso tho stereotyped expression the election passed off quietly A Dollars Worth for A Dollar rraw That in what we give you whets you trade with us nnd we believe our customers are scnfiiblo and know that and thats nil they should expect The worth of nn article is regulated by the cost of material the cost of making nnd tIle cost of placing before you for inspection We buy cheap for cash and do business on nn economical basis nnd that is why you often find goods in our store nt less price than others nek 1 1 m Stanford Male and Female SemfnaTJI Tile Chapel of the Stanford Male 8 Female Seminary was crowded to Its utmost capacity Wednesday evening Tho occasitrii was the annual recital or the music class and it proved n most enjoyable and interesting entertain ment The first number was n plant duet by Miss Virginia Swope and Kin Swope which was exceedingly well rendered Little Miss Jean Paxtor gavo the laughable recitation Mollic Whimplerwith much credit while Miss Eflie Baughman and Jesse Hocker Jr brought forth much applause with their mental arithmetic dialogue Valse Gale a piano duet by Sallie Mills Craig and Clara Fallis showed that those lit tie ladies possess much musical talent Helen Whites recitationRover In Church was loudly applauded as was the piano duct of Misses Oca and Eva Mwer Hey Diddle Diddle a chorus by the primary class was much enjoyed Misses Ella Eichcnbergcr Lena Beck Louclla White Bessie Hill and Clara Fallis each rendered Plano selections that reflected credit alike on them and their efficient teacher Mrs 0 B Fal lis Master Harry Eichenbcrgcra pi ano number The Chariot Itace was one if the many good features of tho pro ram Misses Marguerite Bibb Elizabeth HigRinfl Margaret Hocker and Mattie Mao Carter deserved the long lad loud applause they receivedon their efforts at piano Tho Swing Song sunu a dozen young ladles was heartily enjoyed Miss Tan ter favored the audience with n piano lumber and she and Miss Marguerite Jibb sung very sweetly the duct Adieu to the concluded the Iplendid program and nil left feeling- that it was good to have been there- At the beginning Dr Fallis requested the audience to preserve the best order- ossiblo anti his request was complied with to tho letter tho recitals the dropping of n pin could have been heard so quiet was the large crowd BROWN paper to go under carpets Cheap At this ofllcc KEEP in mind Lincoln Count Fair which will be held here July 12 13 and 14 It will bo a gala week in Stanford MONDAY county court day and nslt In also tho beginning of circuit court n large crowd will likely be in town Drop In an tell us some news To TilE EDITOR OFTItI INTERIOr JOURNALI am Informed that it is be ing charged that I am interested in the operation of n blind tiger in Max ville A moro willful or malicious lie was never told I will urge a thorough investigation of the charge by tho city council I will also give a reward of 100 for tho name of some man who Is financially responsible who has made tho charge and ho will be given tho op portunity to prove the truthfulness of the assertion in a slander suit R G JONES Tim FAIRIf you dont believe Stan ford is going to have a crackerjack fair July 12 13 and 14 just como and see Every preparation is being made tho amphitheatre has been contracted for the ring is being scraped and nothing will be left undono that will add to ho comfort of tho visitors or to tho terest of the horsemen There will bo- n number of free attractions n list of which will appear later Tho liberal premiums offered for all classes of horse stock will attract tho best animals in Kentucky and the show of horses promises to be tho best over seen this side of tho Kentucky river Music has not yet been secured but n splendid band will be on hand to make music for tho ccnsion which promises to bo a mem rnble one in the history of Stanford TUB graduating exercises of the Stan ford Male Female Seminary took plat in Waltons Opera House yesterday morning beginning at 10 oclock The stage had been prettily decorated with flowers and bunting the college colors white and blue predominating A good crowd was was present when Rev Gilbert Glass invoked Divine blessing and 15 minutes later nearly every seal in the large auditorium was occupied Calm is the Lake was sung by 12 young ladies dressed in snowy white after which Dr 0 B Fallis introduced Mr Kindrick Alcorn who addressed the graduates Misses Bessie Miller Hill and Mary Amon Atkins on the subject Good Citizenship Mr Al corns talk was able interesting and in structive lie is a most pleasing speak er and Is as easy and graceful as a vet eran orator Ills address was full of good suggestions and thoughts and was well received by his hearers Dr Fal lis favored the audience with a vocal solo and then introduced Mr John J McRobcrts president of the board of trustees who in a few appropriate remarks delivered the diplomas Miss Ruth Tanner gave a pretty piano selec tion while friends of tho young ladies sent flowers and other tokens of friend ship to tho graduates Rev P J Ross dismissed the crowd with his benediction Thus ended a most satisfactory nnd successful term of Stanford Male fc Female Seminary Dr and Mrs Fal lis Misses Mattie Paxton and Sallie McWhorter president and teachers lire to be congratulated on the good work they have done during tho scholastic year just closed They have la bored faithfully and their efforts have been well rewarded The next session of this splendid ichool will begin Monday Sept 3rd with the same corps of teachers HORSE sheets cooling blankets etc for fair stock J C McClary AT a meeting of citizens at the court house last night an antsaloon leagu of 47 members was formed Mr J A Allen way made president Mr J J McRobcrts secretary and Mr G D Hopper treasurer The league was not organized for Stanford only but for Lincoln county and it will bo a perma nent body for tho purpose of seeing that the laws now and those to be made on executed Tim Crab Orchard people are said to be greatly elated over securing the services of that efficient teacher Miss Georgia Lewis for the primary department of their graded school and well they might be There isnt a better teacher of the little ones in the State than Miss Lewis who was offered ev ery inducement imaginable to remain with the Stanford Graded School but she declined because of her desire for a change of scenes et- cAttention Farmers I WtlinvonurcliiiktM u now and complete Thrislilim Out lit and lire iirrimml to ilo any kind of tlirt liliK for fanmrn Tao tmichlnu U of the J I tlne snake lulll tint Iwt to end Ve will gin wurkflt W M tingly anti Invite fiirniern to call and Iitsixvt our ontllt HUSSKIIA HTKVKXN- KlKln TuliifklUo Ky PUBLIC SALE of ivrtnnnlty As mlmlnlhtrotor of John O Morton I will on TuENntYJUN 12ItkC- at Ills Into rl ldlCCIIIllIr Prcncliersvlllv Lincoln COli lit Y9st tell nt public outcry a milk cows and moires broad short work nuili Xyeiirold steers nrllllg steer hn farming Implement consisting principally of liiiriiem corn Terms muledea known wsdrillwngunsgenrAC on day of sol- eItOIl01tTONAduus JI Chandler Auctioneer Corsets ratrrstls Wo are solo agents for the American Lady Corsets Dont be persuaded to buy something just as good They are made in all styles for allifigures They are comfortable We soil them at SI 00 and 81 50 If you want to pay less wb have the best Corset and Girdle you ever saw for 60c k I The straw nail r Season is on The above shape THE YACHT is the Dressiest For those desiring z the more comfortable negligee shapes Iiwe have Panamas Javas and Milans Straw Hats all the way from JOc to 650 See our styles before you ta i buy t l CUMMINS MCLARYST- ANFORD KY LI HHHHH HHHH f H H +r 1iLftCESIII rtrrtltlttr ItThis has been and is the greatest Lace season ever known patterns in all kinds of DesirableJ been hard to get on large demand We have just received a new assortment of Laces in Vals Mecklins and the Round Thread Mesh Lace and are now prepared to show a wide range of patterns of i at the right prices iAlso a new line of Combs BeautyIShirt Waist Sets and i I L M RUBY co Dry Goods Notions ShoesaI 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY tllttIfllttllttfi IIIIIIlttflII i fj he Interior JournalZl- ueredinthePoat 0fieea Stanford Itttmdtlat matter JPDBL1SUBD TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH when not no paid UOO will be charged NAPOLEON Black JncV Vfli hands hl Was strcd gltrNn tons Napoleon fit dnm r UI8C Jlnttk who wain ton of HtlRalPs Onto Jlo by Ietrla ltlack llawk dm by fio Woo Will ser mare mniefurtetarthe1IlnR colt TrmlltiK the Sl18UmDcJ No iwponilbllltjr for iiccltlvnts E P stunton K- yINSURANCE Pare Lightning WindWorm Ufo and Aootdent None ut the and sibleRatesOunrenteed eLo sa Paying Rec urdiUnequalled Talk MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Ihone No 8i 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on mi I G Fox Livery Feed i Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce IS Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY- Bpeclsl ttentlon to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Hone on commission tock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 with to cull I ely faun of 170 soreeb miles West of Ijancnster on the lexs ington It Is well tntprovwl and hn plenty of water and tlnlbr fenced In good repair Also an unimproved farm of 100 acres tying midway Iwtwecn Lancaster and Ixtngton pike Good outlet each way Well fenced Ternu reasonable TI1UnUINO- torlebury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rendymnde clothing whnthere- laollttludltreronee In the price of high readymade and a suit made to Jour measurement taken by an experienced tallorT I have a handsome line Spring Summer goods I can make from n low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also overcoats trousers and fancy vests The company I represent Is one of tbo best H C RUPLEY the Tailor Da1Jl TraylorDIA- LIR IH mislli Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpenter House STANFORD KY lon to Depot I PromvtsnJ pollla attention Nothing L the toIre drink Mill phons cr UltgrspS oilttt nc Hssiitstttntloa INSURANCEPlace est and strongest company in the world See and talk with R II Ncwlaud who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago nud circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer soil R M NKWIVSO Agent Dlulual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 ee liecexar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnes3Saddlery ire STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllco Phone 187 Home Phone 33 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur- nituret ilattings Ruga They willjexcbange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD w KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Pickett ran third In a race at Belmont Tuesday Embry Bros sold to B D Carter a sorrel gelding for 150 An Argentine breeder paid 150000 for Jardy an English bred stallion At Nicholasville T W Duckworth sold 150 cattle at In to Clot Coleman of j Harrodsburg FOR SALE February pigs extra fine Duroc Jerseys subject to register- R Hi Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky 3t If the rain holds up for a short time Boyle will have one of the biggest crops of wheat in years says the Advocate The Churchill Yeager farm of 115 acres three miles from Danville on the Lexington pike was bought by a Mr VanArsdale of Mercer at 75 A yearling steer came to my place six or seven weeks ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep W T Beck near Turners yuleSFOR SALE Young Jersey milk cows Selected from the best milkers Lam berts Signals Rioters Pedros Flying Fox etc etc Lock box 161 Stanford Ky Come or write at once Dick Dorsey formerly one of the bestknown jockeys in the West was fatally stabbed while attempting to stop three robbers who had entered the homo of Mrs Eleanor NcfT in Chicago A BARGAIN About Ki9 acres of good land 51 miles from Stanford Ky Brick residence six rooms and kitchen All necesssary out buildings All in grass except about 35 acres 25 acres good bottom land never failing water in every field Fencing good Sc This is one Of the cheapest farms In Lincoln county Terms easy For further particulars see Jas I White or L R Hughes Stanford Ky Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Wil lis T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route 1 Concord N H says 1 was two years In Cuba and two years In the Philippines and being subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which kept me In perfect health And now In New Hampshire we find It the best medicine In the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Price oic and 81 Trial bottle free Judge James Hargis was indicted at Jackson for the murder of Dr D B Cox three years ago Cox was slain on the public square in Jackson and shot to death with a shotgun He was guardian of the Cockrell boys and his murder preceeded the slaying of James B Marcum Frank II Dudley aged 75 is dead at Winchester HIGHLAND Born to the wife of Hen Baugh a girl B D Hyatt has moved his saw mill near the Georgetown school house Plenty of rain thus making a fine season for putting out cabbage and tobacco plants Last Sunday Mr D E McQuary ol Pulaski delivered an Interesing lecture on Christian Love O G Speaks is overhauling his traction engine which he had shipped back from Kansas recently Mrs Canada Epperson and son Wil lie of Indianapolis are visiting rela tives here Daly Hutchison who has been In Indianapolis for some time is at home with his parents Silas Wes ley and wife of Bethel Ridge were at C M Youngs last week en route to Barbourville to see their son Law rence graduate John Skidmore and wife of Neals Creek were at C M Youngs Sunday Mrs Waller McGuffey and baby arc visiting her mother Mrs Privitt on South Fork Joe son of J W Carrier who was struck by lightning Monday is In a critical condition Tom Hutchi son of Somerset whose arm was injured in jumping from his engine during a wreck has with his wife been visiting his parents for several days Ira Cook of Somerset is here It was a sad message II G Young received while at work near Turners ville last Monday afternoon telling him that his little boy Thurlow had been killed by lightning while playing with four other boys under a cherry treeI His remains were laid to rest by the side of his mother in the burying ground at ML Moriah after services by Eld J M Long It Is hard for us to see our little ones taken away but the good Lord knoweth what is best To the bereaved father we say Try to be ready to meet the dear boy in that better world W II Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This Is to certify that I have used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for and It bas proven without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It is with pleasure I otter my con scientious reference II G L Penny NEW BUBZE k CL ABES OK Frtn CITYa KV TlrstClasi Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Ornln sod oar For Sale Jesse W PorsICron Livery Foci and Slo Stable Horses vCeiltcd end cared for Up to UM rltn nt rKHtniKtilu rare 1WGEORGE MU R eH I Avery fine draft Hnllion weight lfiOO pounds Mauds full 11 hands high lie was sired by lien IIur Major 273 313 Grand fr ire Scott 430 Dam Tcniiii Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur U half Kiifjlich coach anti hnlf Clydrsdalc best draft horn in the Klntc Will make the season lit my place at 810 to insure n living colt M S HAHJIIMAN Stanford Ky nOSriTAL PUVS1CIANS SAID IT DELIGHT US TO FIND SOMETIIIHO TO CURE TDiS SUFFERER EXACT FACSIMILEOF PACKAGE chronicconstlpatlon LIVERY STABLE JUNCTION Sweeney Lancaster KyI Mil K W Ilosi St LouisMoILICIWCND IM Notale1A6 DEAn Hun Tbe charity patient In whom I am so ranch Interested war MTentrNre year old si the time that spa began the use of yeas and tier wrM w Ibs ller bealtb has been poor for tome ofsothesufferlnir tplnsl trouble according 10 dlannosls doctor In attendance Hbe hat been a bard worker all her life baring made tbe llTlnu lor her family keeping boarders uoiuswliat orer a year ego eczema began to gradually grew worse and worse until her entire body was affected the legs being a mum of sores eon Rnsapunweesodreadfula-ttimesdatltwamlmposilblejorberiomieepda ornlgbL Tbedoctott- ttwo of our ben pronounced the cae Incorableand when I acted permission to uleMZemo promptly said It would delight us to and nometblng to curethis dearold suBcrer Zcmo was tiedtreed onUie upper part of the body and soon relief cd the patient of the terrible dis tress caused by the Itching and burning Thedoctnrsrmilbcenarrsslnit the Ices erer daybutamsoon athey awthewondcriulchange Inthe- skin where Zerao bad been used they gave consent to haven used on the legs Gradually they began to Improve and are now almost as mootb Itbe race Itwasprobably shout a muulb beforBwueli relief Itchingburningmlchl be given but the patient thinks that she had butler use ZPmo a few weeks longer before saying that she Is cured However she Is Terr grateful to all who bare been Instrumental in scouring your Wun remedy and tulnks that It has a great future before Iteipectfnlly MRS MARY lIopllaJNo ECZEMA PIMPLESAND ALL IIIH LSD tOLD rltEAIII CAN 81 T r + ZEMO +A CLEAN LIQUID FOR EXTERNAL VSE PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT TO VSE U QUARANTBID AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD For Sale Privately My house and 10 acre of land iltuated gnat ouulde of town limits on the Bomerlet- pike House bal rooms kitchen and ier rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P HAILKV HAVE YOUR coifs castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the xvcll knottii cas trator of horses aud horso doctor Phone In Residence Dignity Dare No 011 A 1411 iL MahoKony buy point whit only on hi nIl foot ltyenrs old hand 13U tint lane tlonemntaounlsl loulll URlt1I11 horse head ear on hUntu model uml r halter nlwnyi wear blue string In Model rings wonderful style In harness n show hurso cure Iien one year old wore nil honors In his shut whr revrr shown also the blue tie In twptp stnkn harness rlnn lit tninu age hen n woreIdfancy harness ringr has always Itevn the victor In stalllnn I ring ore n breeder wiled shown with thrower nioro of his for sll style nnd general couformntlon mill fur till utrlosvs liaise saddle hone with Jive dlitliiol gaits rust line nctlim rnckvr good In two walks anti niilco IOIMTI very lusNvulnhit trot under saddle niiu In ImrneM great nil around action ns Is rv quired for an uptotlnto sire of high prlcvd eels horses for or harness lie le n sure enough harness hono graceful stylish and feet can show In IV KfomU SSi Knit with but little tinmlllutf did thli last one yenr IIKO after serving Inane In the spring Hu Is POUCMHI of wonderful nerve and s n I enough to get a trotter for track use roadsters large handsome stylish heavy and strong enough to gilt carriage hoots with n khully oIlpo sltlon for all purx esota fitmllyhoi Jle Is the tarsi to sire tankers stylish graceful sulMlnnrtf and doclllt It hits tuna oeln iformbrrederihllnliKentucky Iii types his odts alter himself has never shred n sorrel colt The ino t profitable horse for tha tardier nnd small breeder to produce Ithe horse which serves the widest ritngo of purposes well Ills colts lire show tottel of very type blue tiring winner from the oldest to the youngeat 1l of hll colts have lawn offend fornnd sold for ai average of HI nnd the average ago of then Is 1 years and 9 months 1KiiiniiKK Hired by Chester Itar N It It he by lllnck squirrel W hn b1 HInck angle 7I Its by King WIIKam 07 he by Wnthliuton IVnnmrk ill he tiy lames lennuerk6lhebrrncu horse Itenmark K H he br Ileilgeford DlgnltyV firs it am No A TII IhllllonlhlWtlchmOtIt alp h 0nyadlcks Unmblllonlltll 10 Dlgnlty sec and dam Is hy Ablallnh Messenger al dun brOIUs Vermont 1th dam Thoroughbred Welchmont tint dent Pnullnv by laudForest ef- iTrnucIllgnity I hi re will make the son son of lti nt my stable In HuitonvllK1 K at ra to Insurv a living colt when haled Mares traded or removed forfeit insurance anti money Ixcomrs ilue nod must to hale at tine of such trnn artlon Mares rated at IJJiil jxr month cud bills to IllBldtore removal of mare drain slm nt reasonable rates Mores entrusted to mi will receive my ixrwiunl attention but 1 will not Iw resiMinilbln for ncrldent or es capes Phone In residence at Iluitonvllle Ky IIH UAKPKNTBII Col Bird 40566 horse foaled 1Iu land by C A T I Ieclf tanvllle Ky Hlntl byivclllnn Chief SiSTIi No SUH sin of IJyearoliU with records of r3 01 better by Oclllnn 318H sire of In lid lit dnm to how uurrlly drlof14nudlntnulalug sire of ami l Wllkenist lly Iniiilttii Wllkei S ltt sir of II with records of 1 10 or better you dnlll Erie 1111 dRill of Land Huinrnl S lt 1 ISii dirt of Iniiinuirlui sire of VodlM Wllke J SI nnd Edlenelle5r IS no- rlunuSISnnduovtirlceS27cite of AI inn H1atw i 5Na lly llnl Wilkes No itv sir of 17anlld Hrrof the dnnsof lilt Snlilnni Kllle DuvU tlidnni of title pro onl Hunirnll 1iawnnrtgHfilelell rrtnud 7o die Vtlkea 1n Uhdlala others i M No IrvofUoldnmltn Mnld rii and 4th distil by roeketta Ilellfoiinde- rNoTHiwllUnOhlifSrHilreU liy Cwll linn r lat dent lady Norrrttn t IS iiliiui111 IURro 11ey RIIII ecllicn lhltf- 1NorvnlSU sire ofCountesa tf1IIloWIIIKfJlI rte3 SonI U toy aiidWJtlierSod IInlil oiOto Idiiin of Lily Norvctte 2ll and Ho n Oorln JX7 and full sister to li lift tn la the chlln of loul Vnles111sio n d roil 1 unit Nw lorlne the iliim of Nettor Klfetrlr tt rued IHU Klwtrlc InncrhnI111111 of Hilly Ilurro llfl1 by Jnodwttallkes 19J Hi crwoteot uvula tire drldaulletardxutof lallrttn iHi I lVj nnd Uriule 1 and iiniml dam of fjidr Nor vttnJUIHthidHinof Vcllliiu Chief ty iinl 1IIIIT Jlnnro r lady YHt SSI 4f Nertor KltHtrlii ft oiKU Klrctrle r71y lto n orlnH7Hby Nutwood J ISM tire ii nnd icrrntrst sire of broad Wore nnd Hi 3rd gmtimit living or rind sirs of utand iinl horses itlidHiuilalHtea Iind but I foals nil fe hill li heel till brrl i grand dunt of l llx rty h111 ill iilr0f Tommy llrltlon 1slyt Vrv else dHiii of 1reulnlon 1 lat sad gnus iliun- h0 of talllettn I61 yw dun of lady 1atee111y nnd Jrul 1I nud Xoelllrlrw ilnin of two and flonyto of two Mi riiKfr III roc No sire M nnd Ills daiitihlTK hi vprtxlured over IAthdnm llynulnth dart of 11Co niul loe other anil of 7herry- roft Muscovite r 101nuaprtlI 2 soy Itusnln r SHi nnd others lly Volilliteer 5Vsire of 31 ntltllll Inugliters havr produced oth dam last ditto of iHxtur r I1H Alma Iwq and one other unit Aldiidnm of Allude liner Oik IMilntor situ of Jay 10141111 ill others and also Lady Iexter bun of heater Trine by Amerlcnn Htnr- sire of four mid dnm 4- 8tluliiiii McKlntry morn dnm of Shark t fl mid grand dilute of lHxter Alum and tlllTHIecllliin Chief hors YetiehilisSotIii getwlthtrnttln recor- iJrrIsorbetter each made when they wire hilt two years old lie was the chnmiilon lire of oriel i Knlr wlniurs In Il Vcllliill 1 hh i poll brother to JeiiniifleOe ell Sli4 Iccllln t lliJi Misshell3j2Yl IIII1I1I1 2eatestllly- i SIIlkesYulV4tluiv lamtmttii g sire lit dnm 4enniil C SJi ilnin of O JetinnettH Cecil Silt Reclllus 2I134podTlilrd ureatent sire llvlnuor dead the ipuenred treated Heeumtliluui 1h 1IIn14dNliiafism rhhuS14i sire of two Clementine 2SVW a JIUlhOlIttdlllll Iinniu Olfiitt t II 14 NorvlhcYal4luuacr IteJil1 Hiiiuierutta 2 av 223 sITSfl2 1 21 Alliellit Pearson W HverfJoliUiiilllittsi Ixuilii 2lisire of One Ion and liitiibriinvttn duet of pettier H1I- 1lIIlII Administrator 22V mire of several inddnmsuf I1Inll lrd thud hlre Klmnro dual of Cleveland isnjiind Kriind dnnu of 7 fly Jliiiiilirlno Ire of two Hit dnm by Htnr Davis Mh dnm by Tom rowder Vcillan Is the sire of In stand ret Uum and hUI ono daughter the dual of 2I oast likely tin youngest mare In the great real mono llHt Oiiiiilxtta Wllken Is the ruttiest lire uf extreme speed the world lam ver known HtiinUa second tlio Kreatest Ilro of Htanilnrd hortes and the greatest Ira of standard horses llvlnir win also thl1 clinmplon ecru of premium horses at the worlds Knlr In hell nctlon11nfellh8tnnllltlire should very great Ool Illrd will stand at lilY stable nt to imireii living colt Lien retained on nil oils until season money Is paid Alonny dlle when mare Is traded removwl or piirted with Not resiionslblu for accidents or en iiirnx iris fiirnlslied at tiJSO per month DttOAHIKNTKK Hustonvllle Ky TROUSERS x 1 We have the snappy est line of Gents Trousers in town Prices 100 to 500 ALLj 1 49 HOE SAM ROBINSONDr- yGoods Clothing Shoot Hut and Caps Igadte9 nn l Gents Furnish ing Eta trio store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY the Lincoln oumy national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS J500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B Owtttr Stanford 8 II 91IAKKe Stanford 0 W OAIITKH Turnerirlllt W II CUKMisi IroachrrtTllle L a Ooocn Wtjntibarjc W II TRAYUIH Olloert8 Creek It L II Dunn ucaler W O WAUCKK Stanford J II KOITCII Stanford W II SIUKKH Stanford J II PAXTOX Stanford Wo rttipoctfully tollclt tbunrcountunf ImllvlUimU Klrminni Cnrporntloiit Ilitnki and llnnketsualnreprlarslto furnlili nil drpotllor such nrouiiiinoUntlon ni are coiulhtont with cafe tanking Modern Hnloty IVJKMU lions Hi our vault fur ue of our Customers u1 r ME COmOR S Are detracted from if the interior dec I orations do not properly harmonize I Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired effect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal e Prince Oils VprpUlioa Ito High Mt Gnulo School Stipjtlioa nnd Slur drio GIBBONS MAY Danville KyIPhone 125 Slain Street First National BankSanford Kyi Capital Stock 550000 This Institution was originally eUbllihsfl as the Deposit flank of In till ofBtanlordthe First National nark of Stanford la 1ttt having had practically an unlater rnpteJ eilsteneo for 41 It h better supplied with facilities for transact In Dullness promptly cad well than ever before In Us long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Gffloera J IIOOKKH Preset t8 T nAniiis V Pre 11 UcKOnRKTS Chr W IL WBAUKNAtst Ohri t Reid U nTlll6 StaytordJR li Tanner tlcKlDnejr M D Kltrfore Stanford d II lIaulthmn Stanford T P Stanford Ju lloblnion Uubblo J1I Ilauehman Stanford J Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Gonjfortable Children for 1 Strap Sandals for the hot days- beautifully made welted soles They please the little ones Iand satisfy the parents W B Perkins Directors stylish Crab Orchard J Kentucky 1 Read The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky i l It t u r