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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 12 1906 NO 25 IHUSTONVILLE Tho Yosemite ball team played lIullI tonvlllo hero last week resulting a victory for Hustonvillo by tho scoro of Olo7- j Our Iho stock dealers report business brisk and their purchases fully up to tho average and no change in prices Blnce last weeks report Mrs Mary Logan will arrive from the South this week to spend the sum y rmer with her daughters Mrs J GJand Misses Kettle Mac Logan The subject of Hev S B Landers sermon next Sunday morning is Remember tho dews of Old NightTho Great HomeComing All cordially invited to attend Already many former residents of our vicinity are arriving from their adopted homes in tho South and West nil evidencing great delight and sur prise at tho steady growth and metropolitan appearance of our city Little Matilda Logan the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Ira Logan died last week of peritonitis She spent last summer hero with relatives and her lovely disposition won tho admira tion of all who met her and who mourn her untimely death Capt Thomas S Baldwin tho worlds champion of air ship fame who is engaged this week in Louisville for dally trips over and around the city will sub mit n proposition this week to make one or two days exhibit encircling the city during tho Hustonvillo fair J Our ball team played the unbeaten Harrodsburg team last week on tho letters grounds the score standing 2 to Iln favor of Harrodsburg Tho game i was n pitched battle interspersed with brilliant plays by both teams and only three hits mad Our boys aro anxious for another game Homo Coming week has come at lnalJ And tho fastest trains cant run too From North and South East and West The cars aro packed with our gUlStsm Whoa star of hope Is to be lucky Enough to land them In Kentucky Whero oer tho blue grass well roam Around our Old Kentucky Home Miss Ann Ellis of Stanford is thot guest of Mrs John A Blain Mrsc Wm Wheat and son Vurtrces hove gone to East Hemiladt for visit to her brother P H Williams and fam fly W Hooker arrived home from Tyrono Satinday and returned Monday Ho has been given a set of looks toI balance that will lie nil right when hoI gets through with them To tho beautiful tonsorial parlor oCc George N Glllock has been added some new and ojegant fixtures another bar ber chair cup roans wall plate glow perfume cases etc Also n large Rndt well assorted line of imported nnd do mestic perfumes Hall growow In eluding the host quinine and other ton tea dandruff cures bay rums witch ha zol faw creams toilet powders ote etc4tMiss Lulls Eulmnks tho handsome daughter of Mr apt Mrs J M Eu banks ate Mr Chwter Carter a pros porous farmer of Anderson county wore martial last week by Roy Mooro of Salvlaa So well dklthey keep their secret that oven tholr intimate friends were rQQU surprised on the receipt of their marriage nnneuncoment Thoy I wishes of the entire comI munltyIThe graded school bond issue failed by 11 votes on Saturday While tho voting manifested a considerable spirit both for and against tho question yet there was no real tight made on either slcjo Something over 100 votes were cast and had It not rained tho vote ti4would have been heavier Many per i sans voting against tho proposition have remarked that at the time of casting their ballots they were under the im pression that tho issue meant tho creation of n debt of 1000 to bo liquidated nt some future tlmo by an extra as sessment beyond tho present tax rato of 30 cents on tho 100 Such is not tho case rho facts arc as follows Tho graded school established two years ago and In successful operation since tho beginning is without a permanent homo tho trustees having rented Chris tian College for tho past two years nt n total cost to dato of It is believ ed and can bo demonstrated that by n bond Issue of 4000 tho trustees will bo able without calling for any extra as sessment at any time to pay for tho property now being rented and to re duco the present tax rate to 23 cents at tho expiration of 10 years thus secur ing tho property holders of tho district a valuable school property without increase of tax rate and at tho same timemaintain the school at its present standard Suppose tho bonds are not Issued 7 Let us sec tho results viz The property now occupied by tho school has been bought by tho trustees as In dividuals and not as a board since tho law prohibits tho creation by a school t board of a debt greater than their in ono from taxes will discharge within 1C months from date of contract These t I facts being true tho owners of building whether they continue saidI trustees of said district or not continuo to rent the building to thoI school and it is entirely with thorn as individuals as to whether they make a deed of tho property to tho district nt such tlmo when tho sum total of annual rentals paid by tho district shall equal tho purchase price and Interest On the other hand if tho bonds are issued ev dollar set aside to create a sinking and the board has at present about OO Instead of being expended as now in rental will bo n guarantee to tho property holders of tho district that their money Is being invested in a property always worth its cost There is no hope of over getting rid of u tax for a graded school In Hustonvllle Tho pcoplo have spoken at a regular election two years ago and tho majority wanted the school Now tho question of sound business policy is this Issue bonds whereby tho property can be owned at once by tho wholo people and tho tax can bo reduced in eight or 10 years fail to issuo bonds and continue until Gabriel blows his trumpet to pay 30c on the 100 and own no property Mustered Out We are called upon to chronicle the death of Comrade George W Gadbury another gallant hero of tho war that saved the flag and Its principles Ho answered the last roll call May 21 1900 at his tome in Phil Ky Fu neral services wero conducted by Elder Q Montgomery andhl remains were laid to rest In the cemetery at Middle burg under tho auspices of tho G A R Members of four different posts participated Joab Rigncy was appoint ed to act as commander Comrade Cadbury was a member of Co A 1st Ky Cavalry having unlisted 27 1861 and discharged Dec 31I He married Miss Agray P Bal dock April 10 1SCO and was an honor and highly respected citizen hav lived n consistent member of the Baptist church for many years He was a successful farmer and merchant at Ihil Casey county Comrade Gad health had been declining for or three years but ho and his ex cellent wife traveled extensively last year in the Southwest stopping quite- a while in New Mexico where he recuperated rapidly He returned homo to arrange his business affairs more properly and caught cold on the way Ho gradually grew worse aud was un to return to New Mexico ns ho had planned Tho following resolutions respect were adopted by James Humphrey Post No 81 Department of KentuckyThat deeply and sincerely mourn lose of Comrade George W Gad bury who was an enthusiastic member of G A K Post at Phil Ky That wo deeply sympathize with his family In tho toss of a kind and loving husband and father That a copy of these resolutions bo Ivan his wife and son n copy spread on tho minutes of this post and a copy bo sent to the Casey County News tho INTKKIOII JOUKNAL and National Tri bune Chaplain Joab Uignoy Jas E King committee CORNS CunimCorn Exit will post lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each andevery customer yhose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky HKWAUI OK platAn employe that quits ono job and then toasts his for mer employer and tells all ho knows about his business is a mighty poor sort of n man to have around Tho tale bearer is always on incompetent who seeks to cover up his Incompetency by a ready low of other olllco secrets Ho is a dangerous man because breeding and lack of common business decency makes him so Death From Lockjaw over follows an Injury dressed with Huuklons Arnica Salvo Its an tlsoptlo and healing properties ovent blum poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Itcnssolaoravillo N Y writesItU cured Seth Burch of this place of tho ugliest 0010 on his neck lover saw Cures Cuts Wounds turns und Sores 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Uros Crab Orchard John Eberlin known as tho man of mystery because he would never tell whence ho came or anything about his family connections was found dead in his room in St Louis Ha would talk only baseball and politics when not at work Benjamin Bosworth father of Henry Bosworth Stato Treasurer at Lexington Sunday INEWS NOTES killed In a base ball game at Muskogee I T New Orleans is spending 900 a day trying to exterminate the mosquito The American Medical Association will meet next year in Atlantic City T J Franklin the father of 15 children Is dead at Cynthlana from heat The Eighth regiment has been reliev ed from duty at the coal mines In Jef fcrson county 0 John C Atkinson formerly Mayor of Henderson died Saturday after an ill ness of several weeks The Grant county grand jury adjourned after four days work without returning an indictment Eleven men wero killed and five injured by an explosion of dynamite n factory near Pequca Pa Lexington has made provision for tho establishment of u Juvenile Court to begin operations on Juno 13 Andrew Carnegie has given Kentucky State College at Lexington 20000 withwhich to build a library- A weekly trade review shows that on Juno prices of commodities reached their highest mark In 20 years Fire of unknown origin destroyed the plant of the Trout Lumber Company at Trout La Tho loss Is 50000 Total imports of merchandise and dry goods at the port of New York for tho week ending Saturday were valued at 10908355 Tho Mexican Central freight house andoffices at Chihuahua Mex togeth er with 50 cars of merchandise wero destroyed by Ire The loss is 250000 Robert B Crow of Louisville com mitted suicide a Roanoke Va hotel because tf the loss of his position and of his consequent inability to meet his debtsTho court of appeals has affjrmod the a death sentence of Robert Stout Jr convicted at Lexington of murder and he will be hanged on a date to bo fixed by the governor Tho flake stand at the Fitzgerald dis tillery near Frankfortbroko and 13000 gallons of whisky in process of distil lation ran into Benson creek entailing- a loss of several thousand dollars A New York paper says the special grand jury which is investigating in surance affairs will this week indict four or five of the old officials of the Mutual Life Insurance Company Bowling Green may lose the State Normal School for the Western district on account of being unable to give the State a deed to tho property promised An appeal has been issued for funds with which to purchase the site The saloon men have brought suit to set aside the local option election heldI at Mlllcr burn May 8 on tho ground that when the time of election was changed from April 9 to May 8 there was only three days notice given C L Young a traveling salesman oCI patent rights was found dying on the railroad tracks about six miles from Henderson A bullet hole in tho back of his hood wn8 tho cause of death and the circumstances indicate murder Flro destroyed nearly three blocks of houses in the business district of Hop kinsvlllo Four parsons were hurt one Negro probably fatally Tho loss will bo 100000 only partly covered by insurance Tons of tobacco were burned Mystery attaches to tho death of Hugh Ulcdsoe a 16yearold boy who died in Louisville following an oponiton to extract a bullet from his brain It was given out Saturday that tho boy had suffered a fractured skull from a fall Tho State Department haa been advised from Panama that tho steamer Empire flying tho American flag is re orted to have sailed from Corinto Nicaragua for Sun Jose Gautemala carrying arms and ammunition for the revolutionists How to Break Up a Cold It may bo a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can bo com pletely broken up in ono or two days time The first symptoms of a cold profll60Iwatery nose u thin white coating on tho tongue When Chamberlains cough remedy is taken every hour on tho first appear ance of these symptoms it counteracts tho effect of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by W N Craig tho popular drugglstStanford Judge James Hargls indicted in the Brcathitt court for complicity in the murder of Dr B T Cox surrendered himself in open court and later went to jail where ho is now confined Ho filed a petition alleging tho unsanitary condition of the jail and asking to be transferred If you will make inquiry it will bo a revolution to you how yiany succumb to kldnoy or bladder troubles in one form or another If tho patient is not beyond medical aid Foloys Kidney Cum wilt euro It never disappoints 0 L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Joe Russell aged CO is dead at Co lumbiaWilbur Hocker died at LebanonJunc tion of typhoid fever Ho is survived by a wife and six children The Danville Lodge of Elks will keep open house the week of June 18 to all homecomers to Boyle county- A dispatch from Barbourville says there arc 80 cases of smallpox at Cor binThe disease is of a very mild formLucinda Lamb has been appointed postmaster at Combs Madison county and Ewing L Kennedy at Hidalgo Wayne county Lee Owens a Boyle county farmer was overcome by sulphur fumes In his chickenhouse while trying to kill ver min on his hens The Board of Prison Commissioners ordered tho return to tho penitentiary of Dan Gregory of Jessamine county for violotion of a parole Dr William Casperl a leading physi clan of Boyle county was arrested and placed in jail at Danville charged with committing a criminal operation Mrs Nannie Nuckols who shot and killed Mrs Vina Black at Bcrea Wed nesday was acquitted at her examin ing trial at Richmond Friday tIt was proven that Mrs Black had threatened to kill Mrs Nuckols The reduction of the grades on the L N railroad between Flat Lick and Barbourville a distance of 11 miles on the Cumberland Valley division has been authorized The grade reductions call for an expenditure of 30000 Patrolman John Feeny of Lexington received word that his son Thomas R Feeny had been killed by a live wireI in Kansas City The young man was buried at Richmond Young Feeny was nephew of Messrs J S and T A Rice of this place The bonds have been placed and work on the new school building will begin within the next two weeks The Board of Education contemplates building a 30JXK house Under the management of Prof M O Winfrey the schools hero have reached a high grade says a Middlesboro dispatch Dortch Campbell has bought the Mid dlesboro News from G W Albrecht and has taken full charge Tho paper will be increased in size but the politi cal complexion will be retained Mr Campbell has been engaged in newspa per work sinco boyhood For the past nine years ho has been connected with metropolitan dailies and ho enters the field of country journalism with ripe experienceThe for Miss Sadie McGin of Danville will sue the Campbell Hagcrman College Lexington for 5000 damages because that institution of learning refused to deliver to Miss Mc Ginnis her diploma Prof Hagcrman claims that the young lady attended a dance without obtaining his permission and that ho cannot give her a diploma after Such disobedience of the rules of his school Unknown Friends Thoro are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid results but who ate unknown be eiuisn they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of tholr experience for publication Those poople however are none the less friends of this remedy They have done much toward making it a household word by thoir jmrsonal recommendations to friends and neighbors It a good medicine to have in time home and is widely known for Itsctiros of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford The Atlanta Journal says that Gov Beckham must have given up hope of further political preferment when he decided that tho saloons and other vlo lators of tho laws shall conform trictly to tho letter of the law as it appears on tho statute books Tho Georgia paper could not have gone wider of the mark No act of the many good ones that have distinguished tho Governors admin station is more popular than the ono which backs tho local administration In the determination to put the lid on in Louisville and elsewhere on Sundays A largo majority of the people are law abiding and lawloving and will rally to tho man who shows that he intends that the laws shall bo oboyedFrank- ort Journal A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys litter tho impurities from the blood and unless they do this good health Is impossible Fo lovs Kidney Curo makes sound kid keys and wllJpositlvoly euro all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens tho whole system G L Penny Tho business of the United States with Japan has increased 1000 per cent in ten years and Is greater than that with any other Oriental nation FARMERS LOOK I I uni agent for all leading machinery incuding J 1 CASE THRESHING MACHINES with sample on hand Deering and McCormick Binders Mowers tumid Rakes Old Hickory Wagons and Owensboro Buggies The beet good for your money is my motto With the present good wheat crop now Is the time to buy a Threshing Machine and make money Come and see me and get my prices before buyingand make ray store your home while in Hustonvillo C R McCORMACK Hustonville Ky tl Another Round Up the Cash Basis Ladder 10 Cakes of Lenox Soap 25c Gran ulated Sugar still 20 pounds for 100 W H HIGGINSSpecial Prices on Buggies Iud Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY llll Call and get ono of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove ns well 1 in oven GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Save Money 1 By buying your Refrigerators Wa ter Coolers FreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries ct from George D Hopper Stanfora Ky iirW The Interior JournalI t E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county In a candidate to rcpre tent tbo Eighth CooJre8 lon district of Kentucky la CVnigrv to succeed Hon O D Gilbert vnbjtcl to the ictlon of the Dem- ocratiC party r HON R W MILLER of Mmllkon count rnmlldnte to roprc rent tho Eighth ConsroMlonnl district Kentucky III CoiiRress to Hon U t3Olnlrrg imliJiCt to the notion ot the len ocrutlv party M F NORTH t Ii n mndlclnto for Hoprofcntntlveof Mncoln rounty HiihlfCt to the notion IHino cratlc party AN exchange calls attention to the fact that Kansas has had hard lurk with her Senators One committed suicide one resigned years ago to escape expulsion one was defeated for reelection by evidence that he was buying votes and still another had hto election investigated by a Senate com mittee which reported that bribery in his interest was proved but it was not clear that ho was a party to the bribery or that enough votes were brought to affect tho result And now there is Burton For a State that boasts of more churches and schools per capita than any other State and a smaller percentage of foreignborn than most States have Kansas has not establish ed an enviable record in Senatorial selections t WILLIAM PICKNEY WRITE who hasI r just been appointed to succeed Senator Gorman seems to be a child of fortune This is the second time he has been appointed United States Senator besides serving one term by election lie served a term as Governor of Maryland and as Mayor of Baltimore facts that ought to diatinguisd him without spell ing his name different from the rest of the White family POLIITCAL The Senate decided to send the Rail road Rate Bill back to conference- A canvass of democrats in Congress indicates that nearly all favor Bryan for president Secretary of State H V McChesney has announced his candidacy for the office of Auditor of Public Judge Henry B Hines at present State Inspector formally announced for the Democratic nomination for State Auditor A poll of Democratic editors of Illi nois now meeting in Chicago shows them to be unanimous for W J Bryan for President Tho bill prohibiting corporations from making money contributions in connec tion with political campaigns was pass ed by the Senate- Representative South Trimble of the Seventh district has announced his can didacy for lieutenant governor on the democratic ticket The Republicans of the Third district will meet in convention in Bowling Green on July 18 to nominate a candi date for Congress- W P Swope of Owen county has announced his candidacy for the nomi nation for Congress in the Seventh Congressional district The House passed 357 pension bills Saturday and devoted the remainder of the session to consideration of the Sun dry Civil Appropriation Bill the Democratic Sen At a meeting of ators Senator Blackburn of Kentucky was elected chairman of the Democratic conference to succeed Senator Gorman The Senate passed a bill increasing the salaries of teachers in Washington It makes an increase of aboJt 14 per cent and reorganizes the school sys temGov Pattison of Ohio denied North Carolinas claim for the extradition of William T Spaeth taking the view that the not an established fugitive from justicetGov Warfield of an nounced tho appointment of former Gov William Pinkney Whyte of Baltimore as United States Senator to sueC ceed the late Arthur Pue Gorman Governor Beckham appointed Judge T G Lewis of Hyden Leslie county to try Judge James Hargis of BreathI itt on the indictment just found by the grand jury charging him with the assassination of Dr B D Cox Judge George Du Relic of Louisville was appointed United States District Attorney of the Western district of Kentucky to fill the place made vacant by the death of R D Hill Howard Jolly of Owensboro will be named as assistantPresident Roosevelt has submitted to the House Committee on Agriculture furthur results of the investigation of beef packing conditions He spoke humorously of the haste shown by pack ers in making improvements after the inspection was under way In the Honse Mr Brundige of Arkansas a member of the Arproprlation i Committee bitterly arraigned President Roosevelt Taking the items for the refurnishing of the White House the of grounds and the traveling ex 4care of the President as his text Mr Brundige contrasted the expenses of last Cleveland Admlstration thethe r Administration and the Administration of Roo J G Forrester of Harlan has announced for Congress in the Elevehth ExSenator William F Vilas of Wlst consin a steadfast Cleveland supporter and exSenator James K Jones ofI Arkansas have declared for W J Bryan for President 1idiana Democrats in convention went wild at every mehtion of Bryan and pledged him their States indorse ment two years hence A strong ticket was nominated with complete harmony prevailing CHURCH MATTERS The Methodist church at Liberty will be dedicated Sunday next 17th Revs S M Logan and H L Cock erham closed a series of meetings at Nonesuch Sunday night with 14 addi tions Jessamine Journal Rev D W Young of Lawrence burg has accepted a call to labor for the congregation of the Methodist church at Salvisa Mercer county Forty thousand visitors were in Boston Sunday to attend the dedication of a 2000000 Christian Science temple Six services were held in order to ac commodate the hosts The Methodist church at Cynthiana received about 160 in a rather unusual manner this week Joe Lewis had sued Curtis McLane for 18240 Both sides were determined to fight it out until the idea struck them that it might be a good idea to give the money to the Methodist church A compromise was agreed upon whereby both parties conI seated that the defendant should turnover 160 to the Cynthiana Methodist churchA of the Bible SchoolsI of this the 10th district will be held at Hustonville June 29 There are four counties in this districtLincoln Gar rard Madison and Rockcastle and delI egates from them will bo present The following program has been arranged for the occasion Devotional exercises Relation of Teacher to his ClassDon ald C McCallum The Teachers Meet ingGeorge W Cogar The Bible School Divinely OrderedF M Tinder Jesus the Great TeacherR M Hopkins Symposium of Kentucky Mis- tions led by H W Elliott Relation of Bible School to CountyJ G Livingston Announcements and Benediction Devotional Exercises Report of Dis trict Statistician Miss Anne DeJar nette Report of Committees Open Discussion How to Secure Attendance Led by R M Hopkins The End in View H C Garrison Relation of Bible School to State WorkL M Omer The Bible SchoolGeorge W Mills Reading of MinutesMiss Edna Sallee SongBenediction Here and There A tornado visited Dewey I T and caused a damage of 50000 besides causing one death and a few minor mishapsThe postoffice at Sutherland was robbed by burglars who secured only 25 and a few stamps Local parties are suspected President Cassatt of the Pennsyl vania railroad denies that he now owns any coal stocks though he admits that he is interested in other concerns A grocery owned by Patrick Thorn berry at Brooklyn Ind was mysteriously wrecked by dynamite and pro visions were scattered all over the town Mrs John E Madden was awarded a divorce in Cincinnati but according to- the recent ruling by the Supreme Court It will hold only far as the State of Ohio is concerned Serpentare as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Hitters the great re storative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says t They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lamo back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on Guarantee by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bro Crab Orchard Price oOc Bands of terrorists looted 20 Govern ment alcohol stores in Warsaw robbing the cash boxes and setting five houses on fire In clashes with officers three men were killed and several wounded A man who Is In perfect health so ho can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which he should be thankful Mr L C Hod gels of Ilranchton Pa writes thatI ho was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foley a Kidney Cure made a new man of him He says Success to Foleys Kidney Cure G L Penny Mrs D R Brock died suddenly near London She was the mother of Mrs E S Albright of Mt Vernon and an excellent woman IF you want ridgy yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale 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 Klngsville wlctA An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition Is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills tho best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by Penny Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 25o Miss Sallie Burnam daughter of lion Curtis Burnam is dead at Richmond If your stomach troubles you do not conclude that there Is no cutc for a groat many have been permanently cured by Chamberlains Stomach atd Liver Tablets Get a free sample at W N Craigs drug store and give them a trial They also cure constipation and biliousness TUB L N will run an excursion to Louisville Sunday week 24th at 175 for the roundtrip TilE weatherwise will please inform us what kind of winter this is Attention Farmers I rontphThreshlug t kind of tlirvililtiK for fanner The miicliliu le of the J IUM nlnko pate Is tlit tast to l hint Wo will Ugln work nt M llrlKhfn and Invite filmier tn cull and 111Mft our outfit lltHSKtI A HTKVKNN- Kliitn lula kl ix Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Excuse t TITLE CO No 71100 acres of land nnr Junction Cltycut In self a Sells In grau nice young orchrdantoneofthelnacitac graje bar bon In Icntucky Iulj wed 900 pound ot goo61oe Is 1 room frame dreiltoggood tarn crib etc lIla good repaIr No Two ator fnm dwelling of ilx rooms two bill Tiranda to writ at door and all otnrr n ces ary outbulldlnn Also large blacksmith shop COiJO and limit lull Irngtu of shop and awl wide Tat property will be wed at a wry low price So Tiro housri and Jot s illuitrJ In Crab Orcbard with six andone half acre of land at tscbed Moth aroramot otiagra one conilittn of6andtheotberot room tltable two Psprings eta The Uilldmjs a nw and tb fencing It ordinary Tao good garden ant hi urn la i sslure Will Mil wcu I IGU separately nr u a whole Price on the property at a whole 19A farm of II1 sutra one and one ba lf pikTwoball etc Fin jcungoicntrd toerla alt kinds ol lull weltwanredarecrailingspzlngsetc All buildings and force are a twtl repair THIS farm Isiltuatel in but trttn of Unor cjiintt and Ian Ural borne Splendid Ira hoaae bfllil and nil other nentary outbuildings No 13963iernoflaud In the town limits Rowland about 16 acres bottom land ana M len tn woodland The place la well fenced and water rd water woks well and cistern story frame room ball veranda back porch sum mer kitchen and good cellar Good barn and all other necessary outbuilding Including nib rraueryetc All In good repair ftnelng In lint class all wire Sect Thus Is a brautlful place a desirable home do to town and will Mil cheep ins on easy terns delllilitbonoulbnildlslThisIrrella Stanford rtgbt In ibe business portion ot baoldofabargslaupIsgoinbudnesL F r the store and dwellltjt being combined will be gnat sating in rent etc No 1J MX acres of land neat Crab Orchard 113A firm of Vit acres situated about 7 miles from Stanford aod miles from Crib Orchard on the wters of Cedar Creek Tn place Is cut In about fields and can be iiibdltlJed Ab1ulMO acres Is In cul lt atlon timber lufficlent to ke up place dneantoivhalf story frame dwelling ol DoueaiborDed two good cisterns at tbe door running stream tnrough farm All buildings In goodhgycio- ne barn fencing fair 1Iittll lofr are Terms easy No 117 A firm of acres about 4 milts from pfotlundwelling and a large bun This property Is on a splendid pike clcse to scnoii etc Hi per acre No 7010 acrea oflandtwo front cottage froomshalletc House 1aewagood garuen mad splendid orchard of one and one half acres fencing two stables buggy house smoke bouse ole A good well on plan There Is also a f1iproprlyIthe county about miles from Stanford there Is leaks a ready isle lor the flour and meal as soon u ground we will sell this plan for 52100 It Is a bargain the buildings alone could nut be put up for this money No UOA farm of 160 acres mile beyond Me Klnney Lays well well improved is right on No stock barn box stalls bid on eac ildeanddrltewajrincenur other barns and 2 tenant houses groom brick resld aOl and kitchen and all other nectsiary oat bulldinrs Bullc Ings and fencing In good reoalr place well watered cliern at birn and homo pond springs ec Abuuil3oacreinRaaandtire nit In cult Tat ion r lca90WCO No 1H ICiQacre arm about I mile this side of Sbtlby City rorn cottage 2 lore be I No good cellar under the kitchen Good bun of t stalls crib etc Buildings are In good rrpilr and the fencings are uoderite Two strings and good pond on place Abjut acre In timothy and clorer ret In woodland Price 85 3000U No IIi6A 220 acre firm Ijlng on DU rlter rnb Orchard About acres la cue Italian aearI45 acres In pasture rest In good timber 75 bearing fruit tre s on the place 2 story 0 dwelling nltnrystable aril crib audagood tenant bous Tbe buildings are In 1ryI ad b but the fences are not Tbe pi aterdby nertr filling springs This Ia good oalr1lOootlldThis Isoueof tbe best arms In the county The oil Is rich and will produce etc Price JI3000 No 4Two story frame dwelling 7 room hall and veranda Good garden fencing and house In rood repair For sale or rent Price reasonable No 35 House and fin acrr of land In JlcKln ney K r Necessary outbuildings Fencing good and well watered Will sell this place on eaq terms No 7329 acres of good land six rooms two tory dwelling well watered good lancing la Ibe subiirrn or the city Stanford close to Graded school and churches Tkls Is a desirable hum 1rlce reasonable No 376 room frame rattsge sad one acre e land In Klngstllle Ky Large barn smoke house repalrlceNo iul acre ot land cottage of 4 rxims Weary nutbulltlingsesFmc end buildingIn lit wellhouseYoung apple end peach orchard This tare t36o0No IIi talloo1clOHplDIbUllIs watered with ntTerfalllng springs and rue eDclogWJallburalof Waynesburg lias a broom etc This ageodemauinClhurnltandheIll 00BtanfClrd PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clean and bnuitlflts Inavttl a Initirwnl NTer Pall to Itatr to It gtmttiICum ac indIwwai h Resid ence For Sale I I Hnvlnu located pvriimiiontly In Mt Htor lug Ky I oner for stile nt it my il ulrnblp rfnldiiuo on llutonvlll rt lit Htnn ford Ky For pnrtlctilitm wrlto mo lit Mt KicrlliiK Kyor Mn right nt tln Lincoln County Niitlounl Hunk JOHN JONJHI A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store hi the Oweley Building Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor knler In and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble lbtlatttLtitteraaMpeclnlt lifflco anti work I 11iUB tt Agt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky AVeur prepnretl to wrlto IiiMirnnco Life Accident Fire or Tornado ofIbelea repreunltd- Otiice with Crab Orchard Jlanking Co Hnvi n talk with us Iwfort placing your In lurnnm of renewing old policies MIl your property with UI ntul we soil u for youchnrKlng you only n jniall percent W H LiJ WHITES kQY EMqRk 5PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits 1 Find Out Get u bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Eprom Water Carbonated Stops tho Dole Ilnbit It ia easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For MIl at Drug Stores Soda olJutain safes aud Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C e Water Company Inc Crab Orchard KY loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached jn comfort via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTEAND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special U Stake Jinnirj lib Solid Pullman Train Lone OIHCINNATI i PoILEXINGTON UI 4O7 DANVILLE 1240 A M ninlnz and Obucrvatlnn CArs lor Jack itonrlilo and Ht Augustlna via Clmu noon and Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Leave CINCINNATI 83O A M LEXINGTON 1033 A M nANILl alteo Aat Slay Coaches Pullman Jecksonvlle-anil Dlnlns Can fur AiurustlnfHhrovrportand New Orleans via Atlanta and Illrmloii ham Queen Crescent Special Bolld tray Cincinnati Lexington nan to Orleans vu Ctiaitinuoxa and lllrratnuham also through Pullman hrrvlre to Jaeksonvllli via Ashevllla and Havannah and Charleston tourist tlckrts now on tala at reduced rates For tntonnatloa apply ChV Zen pPAt Cincinnati II C lag P t LUIra IJ 01RBETT IIIIIUIUIOI oe sl itCIUIATlf e la AtL fcrJArlh LV Tr1yMA- KES t lJJe SUIT IN A MAN The best dressed people are those I who wear the CRITERION- We l sell only this make In every thing from 1 0 to20e Our 2 piece suits are especially- stylish and fine i H J AtcROBBRTS- I STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREEN Let us Supply You PENNYS DRUG STORE Stiinford Kentucky wsewerw lslswwwwPawlwrslw II TESTIMONIALTII S nor er glvpn s I s 1Iyfaftlllydispensable phoie ThIs system ia in every particular an upJto plant So simple and useful freshwater can be lied in short order nil through house from cistern at all hours Ask Mr Aldridge tho pluinlicr for a catalogue and read up on this wonderful time and labor Riving way of living You tarn pump up enough air in a few minutes to supply water for an ordinary Isign family nil day Think of it both told or hot water IIHSA G T SMITH Stanford Ky wttlww peweesaaswawwlattttrrttww YOUR WANTSINr Drugs Paints and Oils Window StationeryWall a Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by t WIB McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD l PKKSONAI supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded 1 4- t f Hot Weather Goods rowLa- diee tlcnvclceg vests at 7c IQc Ifio and 25c latW long ilcnVc vest oxlrii quality elaetlo tide at 25c Ladies Plain and I aco Trimmed Drawers extra ijuulity elaetIiele- at 25 cents Ladies full regular Black Oauso Lisle Hose 25c Ladies Lane Lisle Garter Top Hose 2 5c See tho values wo offer in Childrens Hoso at lOc ICc nud 25c ISTANFORD Ky JUNK 12 190G DCLICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Pennys Drug Store t PERSONALS I to ALFRED KAISER wont to Loulsvlllo Sunday t Mss BBUB HOOT of Danville Is with relative here Mn GBOHQB D Fu naNCB visited I Georgetown frlorxte Hun BUT CAnrBNTitn te Iwek from college nt Lexington KBV W D WBLIIURN of Burgin U hero undor modlcnl treatment LB6TUR McllAUOUH left Saturday for Oklahoma to spend hts vacation Cicero lilyo was killed by falling slate at tho Blue Gem mines in Whitloy Mns M J COCIIIIAN la up from Mercer county with relatives here A B C DiNWimm of HustonvlIIe passed through to Mtddlcsboro Sunday Lirrcimrt CRINSTBAD of Richmond is with his sUtcr Mm Kathleen float yMiw LUCY MILLBR GIVBNS is spend Ing tho week with with Mtos Mary Me HobcrU MlBB FlUNClS ADAMS returned Sun nday from a visit to her sister at Brad fordsvlllc Mitt BnitTA JUAN PaNNY was the guest of hor cousins tho Mess Penny in Danville Mn H C SAUFLEY of Somerset spent several days with his mother Mrs J C McClary JUNE II RBH who has a good peat n lion nt Corbin spent Sunday with his family at Hustonvllle- MR AND MRS JOHN DOWNER and little daughter Mildred Bro visiting friends at ML Sterling JEFF J BELDBN has moved his tam Sly to Somersot where ho Is doing well in tho painting business Massifs R IL GENTRY of Lexington and J C Lynn of Frankfort to votecamo over Saturday DR O B FALUSwIfo nnd daughter 1 Clara loft Saturday for Henry county to visit his parents They drove thro DR B FHBRNDON ofBarbourville passed through to Danville Sunday to see his wife who Is there with rela tives Miss NETTIE WALLER who has been with her aunts in tho Hubblo section for some time returned to Louisville Friday BAIN CULTON who made a fine record nt tho Harrison School In Lexington returned to his homo at Crab Orchard KlTTIE McMULUN who has been attending Sayro Institute Lexing ton is with Misses Mary Higglns and Mary McUobcrts- Mita W H WKARBN nnd two little t daughters of Stanford are guests of hor sister Mrs Shelton M Saufley or Frankfort Journal MR JOIN H JACKSON of London went through to panvlllo Friday to join his wife who is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F M Shumate CLELLAND EASTLANO and sister Miss Addle Eastland spent several weeks nt Dripping Springs The former stopped over at Stanford on his return S MR J S MAHONY of Lecaburg Fla spent snvcral days with his brother Rev R B Mahony They hadnot seen each other for a dozen years MESSRS CECIL WILLIAMS Woodson May and Bert Clothier of Somerset spent Sunday with Miss Sara Baugh guest Miss Linn Ken man nnd pretty nedy Miss MARTHA MENEFEE of Stanford was the guest of the Misses Porch A C Sine of Stanford was In tho city several days working with tho local v lodge Somerset Journal PROF R S EUBANK of Huston ville was In tho city yesterday lieI for Superintendent ofwas u candidate Public Instruction but withdrew before considering tho ad the primary Ho is ylsabUltyor running this time Frank fort I MR C LKSLIB CARTER tho hustling threshing machine man with headquart t Stanford was hero ers nt Mr Carter is one of tho nicest gentleIJ nnd men of our acquaintance ways a pleasure to meet up with him Somerset Mountaineer MR HARRY HOCKER will leave in tho morning for Los Angeles Cal where he will remain six weeks Mr Hooker goes in the interest of his gold mine t holdings in that State which may de velop Into a rich piece of property boo i fore many yearsAdvocata 1 1 t MRS MATT WOODSON of Danville Is with friends here Miss DAISY DEAN of Glcndeano Is tho guest of Miss Mario Mnhony Miss FLORA BRYSON and tho Misses Hardlo of North Carolina have been guests of Mrs P J Ross Mus R W HOCKCR and children and Miss Mary locker of Kansas City are guests of Mr J S locker Mus GEORGE BlRK nod children ar rived from Owcnsboro yesterday to visit Mr and Mrs J W Baughman MR C L GOVBR wlfo and little Forest Lafon of Corbin aro with her parents Mr and Mrs John Meier UBV B C HORTON is over from MlllersburK to attend the sale of hla fathers affects in the East End today MRS SAUnA MCCLURE of Crab Orchard who has been nursing Mrs N B Price in Garrard returned homo yesterday MR ALEXANDER MCKECHNIE wife son and daughter of Paisley Scotland arrived Friday to visit his cousin Mr James McKechnle and other relatives MRS C G HURT of Southwestern Va has moved to the West End of thin county and for the prevent is oc cupying tho home of Mr J M Carter near Morcland MRS LIZZIE WEAVER and Miss OHie Weaver of Bronston Mrs Kathcrlnc Harrison of Dayton 0 and Miss Mol lie Walden of McKInnoy are guests of tho family of Mr J D Ends MR J II BOONE and family havo moved lack front Somerset and arc domiciled In one of tho Martin cottages on Somerset Avenue They nro glad to get back and their friends are delighted to have them here again MESSRS T T LACKBV of Litchfldd III W G Lackey of St Louis and S C Lackey of Harrodsurg spent Sunday with their father Hon G AI Lackey The two lost named have rev turned to their homes but tho former will remain a week or BO here MESSRS W B MASON W L Law son C A Arnold W S Embry 11I C Hamilton T A Elkin W G Gooch W B Burton W It Gaines Samuel and J Mort Rothwcll and oth Miss ELISK ENGLEMAN who hnsI been teaching in the State Institution for tho Deaf at Faribault Minn ar rived at her home hero last night The trustees of tho institution were so well with Miss Englcmans work they reelected her for next yeorI without a dissenting vote LOCALS BROWN paper togo under carpets Cheap At this office HonsK sheets cooling blankets etc for fair stock J C McClary A GOOD secondhand 35horso power engino for sale John S Murphy McKinney Fort SALK New I age peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard Tilt Lincoln County Fair Alsoclationt with 1500 capital stock lu s corporated FOR RUNT1storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office I FOR SALE Sweet potato plants Brazilian 20c per 100 Southern Queen 15c Bermuda lOc W S Wigham foreland ALL persons having stock in the Lincoln County Fair Association will please pay it to mo at once J F Cummins secretary WANTEDWoman to cook and do house work In small family Good wages References required S Symp on 3G5 Mt Pleasant Ave Ft Thom sKy WE aro know that tho salary- f Stanfords splendid postmaster has 4 been raised from 1500 to 1600 Postmaster West at Lancaster has also had i 100 raise making his salary 1400 I AM agent hemMetropolitan LitoJ nsuranco Co of New York Insure I rom two years to 70 years old Give 10 u chance if you want any insurance tames Wcaren 4t JONES preparing for a great 4th of July celebration at Oak Grove near Yosemite This will bo their fifth annual effort and it promises o eclipse them all There will be hoop races fox chases trotting races base ball and various other sports It will io a red letter day jn Casey A Dollars Worth for A Dollar That it what we give you when you trmlo with us and we believe our ciutomcra are eeniblo and know that and thats nil they ehould expect The worth of an article Is regulated by the cost of material the cost of mating nud the cost of placing before you for inspection We buy cheap for cash and do business on an economical basis and that is why you often find goods in our store at less price than others ask Now Is the time to get your twine See E T Pence GOING tAST25c silk organdies nt 17c Severance Son LOT of typocases and job stone for sale choap This office C G WARE of the Turnorsvlllo sec lion had a good horse killed by light ning the other day I Tilt Crab Orchard Fair Association will have no exhibition this year It gives up to the Stanford Lancaster and Hustonvillo fairs TilE Lincoln County Fair has engag ed Storms Military Band to make mu jte during the exhibition July 1213 14 n splendid musical organization I WILL be located at J L Beazleya furniture store for the present with my optical goods Will be glad to test your eyes and supply you with glasses at the lowest cash prices Will N Craig LOST between Stanford and tho covered bridge on tho Danville pike two solitaire diamond rings and ono withI setting of emerald and Leave at this office and receive hberul reward I nAVE disposed of my drug stock to tho Stanford Drug Co For the pres ent I will be found at the furniture store of J L Bcazlcy All those in debted to me will please call and settle their accounts with mo at once Will N Craig Miss BESSIE YANTIS charmingly en tertained at a C oclock dinner Thursday in honor of her visitors Miss Anna Jackson of New York city Bessie Mae Lear of Lancaster Sadie Baughman of Hustonville and Kittle Gooch this place Covers were laid for 14 and dinner was served in six courses TUB Masons of eywill celebrate St Johns day by gathering at OakI Grove near Yosemite and spending the day In n general picnic The pro gram for the occasion includes address es by Rev J S Taylor Dr J M OwI ens Rev Carrier W C McChord and others There will also bo a game of ball between tho Yosemite and Huston ville clubs LOGANS CREEK DAY PIC NIC There will be a 4th ot July Sunday School Picnic near Logans Creek church in Mr W T Stephensons woodland between Jarvis store ilndI Maywood There will be dinner and refreshments on tho grounds The proceeds will go towards the repairing of Logans Creek church Tho exer cises will consist of songs and speeches by tho Sunday School children Eld Joseph Ballots Rev L M Omer nndI others will make addresses Dinner 25c Everybody cordially InvitedI MRS S W GIVENS entertained thoI little folks at her home in tho west part of Middlesboro Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock in honor of three visiting children her nieces the Misses Givens A large number of the small kind of humanity attended A delightful evening was experienced byI the children as everything under sun was played until the kids were tired Ices and cakes were served 1ho visitors at Mrs Givens are from ittsburg nnd Hubble They nro nieces of Mr Givens Middlesboro News I WETS WONtlThe election passed off quietly as wo stated in our last is suo that wo hoped it would Both sides vorkcd like Turks but if there was a jar or unkind word exchanged wo fail cd to hear of It 310 votes were polled j md tho wets got a majority of 44 The vote was light as tho registration shows that there Are 411 voters in Stanford Song and prayer services wero held at the courthouse from early naming until after tho polls closed at oclock Tho music tho good women made was beautiful and we hope they will bo rewarded for their hard days t work Whether or not they made votes or the dry side will perhaps never known Their intention was good however and truly can it be said ofl hem that they did what they could The temperance people say their defeat only whets their appetites nnd that they will hold another election under the Unit law as soon as possible They ilaim that the election of Saturday will not hold good but on that question hero Is a diversity of opinion Under the Unit law which goes into effect tomorrow tho voto will bo taken in tho entire county II STILL have on hand plenty of potato cabbage and celery plants bage heads now ready for sale Brackctt SPEAKING Fon Fox Bobbie willspeak at Livingston Monday night Juno 18 1906 And also at Waynes burg before and after dinner July 4th Everybody invited IN tho county court yesterday the wills of J W Eubanks W C Barrel and Harriett Carson wore probated Thoy all divide their property among their children Messrs Milford Geo and Cicero Eubanks are named as executors of Mr Eubanks estate This and some routine business was tho extent of tho work done HAYDEN DUNN son of Col Ike Dunn at Garrard took his lifo in his room nt the Rand Hotel Cincinnati Sunday Mr Mr S Baughman a relative by marriage accompanied tho father to Cincinnati yesterday to return with the remains Young Dunn was ubqut 25 years old was in the employ of the Car penter Stationery Co CIRCUIT TTho Juno term or the Lincoln circuit court begun yesterday with Judge W C Bell on thebench and lion Charles A Hardin represent ins the States interests Judge Dell delivered a comprehensive charge to the grand jury putting particular stress on tho violation of the Sunday laws the illegal sale of whisky and carry ing concealed weapons The following gentlemen compose the grand jury M B Lytle R Y Ballard J C Hays J T Bingaman S C Alford Cabbcll Hubble L P Weaver G D Hopper Lllburn Gooch D K Farris W B Hill and Henderson Baugh Tho petit jury Is ns follows C C Newell J L Hutchins S W Moss A M Frye Ed Peyton J W Hughes Hill Jennings J W Moore J D Ends M F Eu banks J B Jones D B Rambo R C locker R H Bropaugh H J Mc Roberts W P Reynolds J W Bailey Hunley Gooch Walter Warren J W booker W R Dillion W T Tucker Geo D Boone Wm Moser No cases were tried yesterday court adjourning after the grand jury was charged Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba train the Philippines health was the most important consideration VII lis T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route 1 Concord N 11 says I was two years In Cuba and two years in the Philippines and being subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption which kept mo in perfect health And now in New Hampshire wo tlnd it the best medlclno In tho world for coughs voids bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at Ponnys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 51 c anti SI Trial bottlo fre- eFARM FOR SALE HiivliiK movctl toUlllH rt Crok I ilntlro to Mll my farm of IUTOHOU the Htanltml A Inib Urclinnl e Milieu from Urnli Or cluinl Kurm U well liiiprovtHl with rom immtlroly now residenrunndouthouccr Al- lIgnIsseureptxncns Iurllo wUhlnu to louk mot the dace ellll cull on Mr Ik ldon who llviR on nil fnrin D J SMITH OlllwrU Creek K PUBLIC SALE ot Personalty As niliitlulktrntor ot John C Horton I will on TUKHDAY JUNK I2 ilKV nt his Into roHliKiifo near Prenchursvlllo In road iiinrts I work nuil M iyviirOlit st ere of principally Iharntssnnwerhny corn planter wagons uiiir Ac Terms iiinuv known on day of jilvC 110 IlOIlTOXAitinr 11 Cluiiullor Auctioneer The ulllhrIIIIIItllOllllllltho II Omar ut tbu Lincoln County Vucalionrt to turclrnse tools for tine dirt county roils ivlll on tint Etb day of July HIM In the com y court room receive healed bids for said rots anti contract to furnish them iwarded to till lowest mid liest bidder with till rlicht reserved by the committee ect any and all bills flIP JHTMIIIS who uniku ilds will Include In their sealed bid a pecl utlau of the brand of an well us tho uradu if the Implements and tools Thirty plows teel mold board steel point wrought Iron tiiiulurd strul tieammut strap handles to ivnin with extra point i0 ecru ors round Kittom tray d Inches capacity o cubic feet iiindlos on slues runners ou liottom and vvlfht U shovels Millil steel oln Uiek handle Inches nt point ono hnll oquurollllli Oil hllif rouIIIIJlUllIllt 21- 0ekswelghtlroniC to 7 gall eel 210 handles O ratio 1 21 sledge mnimers lu oundrlnweight nnd steel for cuchtl handles No The bidder to whom contract U nwnrded vtll deliver said tools ami Implements In Itanford U Adams Oeo It Cooper and It 0 Vnrren Committee Juno llliuo Corsetsr e We are eola agents for tho American Lady CorsctH Dont be persuad ed to buy something just as good They are made in nil styles for all figures They nretcomfortable We sell them at 8100 and 81 50 If you want to pay less we have the best Corset and Girdle you ever saw for GOc 1 SEVERANCE Sc SON STANFORD KENTUCKY yesterday sweetI soutIrndnglmpleutuntscotslsting NOTICE s s- i The Straw Hal SesonIsOo i i i The above shape THE YACHT is the Dressiest For those desiring the more comfortable negligee shapes we have Panamas Javas and Milans Straw Hats all the way from JOe to i 65Qee our styles before you ibuy i i CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY t s II I I I III ++ 111 I ++ ++1+ I I H+ 1111 t Are You Ready lor The Fair J i J seesesa Iif BEREADYJ1Now is the time to make your Fair clothese WhitetdemandA line of materials for Wash Suits and Hats and an ample stock White and Colored Parasols and Iof Shoes to be found t r t LMHUBYCO i Dry GoodsNotions Shoes I 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House I STANFORD KENTUCKY 1elnterior Journal Xntered in the PottOffice at Stanford at aetmdclati matter TPBLJSIIBD TUESDAYS AND FHIWATB s AT 100 PER YEAR CASH grwbeDDot io paid 1200 will be charged NAPOLEON Black jncklSUUnmlshlKh Wiw ilral bp- 9hrkln tote darn hy Ulnck- Jlawll who wren son of HttlKnIP latw e toy ltprlll slack Ihwk dew by boy Wewi Will serve mares nt 110 to Insure n HTIIW colt Trading thw mare forfeits the tourunco No fl for nccldent- Il I WOOnH HtonfOrd Ky INSURANCE nn WlndRlorml1If and and- 3ttTCompattleslWpreeent None but d foweltlo Paying Hec yUnegalld Talk wtlbIMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8I35 Farm Mules For Sale l All broke and native bdI You can see them by calling onJ ne B G Fox Livery Feed I Sale Stable Danville Ky BCARTERSuccessor to Bruce garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STINFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your la elicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale y I with to sell privately my farm of 10 servsB miles West of on the Leas ton pIke It Is well Improved and hn Ienty of water and timber fenced aRtS buildings In good numlr Also nn unimproved farm of 100 acre ferlng midway between Ijtncnster ROll Ixt on Good oullt II T 1ieetI TerJIUlOKOlinble Ky tI 0 Give Me Your Order- I Can Please You buy readymade clothing when there- lssollttledlnerenco In the price of high grade rendymndo sulfa and n suit mode to your measurement taken by un experienced Sailor I have a handsome line HpMng and summer goods I can stake from u low price DSDSS suit to the ilnest dress suit Also rcrconts trousers and fancy vests The tvmpnny I represent Is one of the best H C RUPLEY the Tailor Da1l Traylor DIALIB in fniskn Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYClosePromptandpolite attention Nothing Llb btl is afcX Mill pbon cr t ltgrsp orlon recd eromptattentlonINSURANCE Place your business in the oJd- 1ut und strongest company in the world See and talk with II Nowland who will show you theI policy best adapted to your age and circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer zed R M NKWIAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 e 1tCeaT Undertaker Embalmer andIDealer in Hnrnes3Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Homo Phono 33 JLBeazIeyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur aiture JIattingsRugs They TrSllexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEFresh Jersey cows T A RiceSSee Myers Good before you contract for threshing E W Jones bought of Will Matheny 48 91pound lambs at Cc J It Bnsh sold to Mrs Mary Craig his farm on the MllIedgeville pike 36 miles from Stanford at 55 There were about 75 cattle on the market yesterday and they sold at 2J to 4c Good horses and mules were In active demandIFOR SALEA few elegantly bred Duroc boars February farrow Sire and dam from best herds in Kentucky R H Crow R F D No2 Stanford FOR 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 James Turner who was arrested on warrant sworn out by Jack Hughley of Madison charging him with stealing three valuable steers had his trial be fore Judge Turpin and was held to the grand jury under 500 bond Immedi ately on being released he was again arrested on a warrant sworn out by M B White charging the theft of four head of cattle A BARGAIN About loD acres of land 6b miles from Stanford Ky Brick residence six rooms and kitchen All necesssary out buildings All in grass except about 35 acres 25 acres good bottomland never failing water In every field Fencing good c This is one of tho cheapest farms in Lincoln county Terms easy For further particulars see Jas I White or L R Hughes Stanford Ky Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reportedStanford July 12 13 and 14 Richmond JulyJuly 113 days Lancaster July 18 =3 days Hustonvillc July 253 days Danville Aug 13days daysColumbia Brodhead Alg153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 2I days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Aug 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 46 days Monticello Sept 11I days W U Ward of Dvorsburg Tenn writes This Is to certify that I hero used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronlcconstlpatlon and It has proven without a doubt to bo a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It Is with pleasuro loITer my con scientious reference 0 L Peony OTTENHEIM Some sneak thief robbed three bee hives for A J Manuel recently- A heavy rain and electric storm pass ed over this section a few days since W T Tucker and Hunlcy Gooch took a trip to Buck Creek fishing but had no luckMrs Wm Shaw has been quite sick for some time with a complication of troublesJ Boone passed through hero en route from Somerset to Stanford He claims he cut his eye teeth at tho former place The Childrens Day exercises at Pine Grovo was a success They held the attention of their audience forover two hours with recitations and songs which had been selected for the occasion There is a scarcity of farm labor hero since that Negro was tried for lunancy because he wanted to work Each man is afraid to be found in the corn field now for fear he will be tried for tho same offense The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr DL F Borroughs an old and wellknown resident of Bluffton Ind says I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trOll ble I make this statementafter having used tho remedy in my family fo several years I am never without it t This remedy Is almost sure to be needed before the summer Is over Why not buy It now and be prepared for such tit emergency For sale by W Is Craig the popular druggist Stanford NEW LIVERY STABLE BtraSE I CLASSSON Inn JUNCTION CITY leVI RaeaiBpeclalGrain and POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting tubing or any kind of trespassing on our place and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbech Bros Fred YonOruenlRan Albert VonGrnenlRsn Fred VonAllman Fred Ilaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattlp H Uelchen nch Charles Canticles Jos Hallnu A 0 Dunn S It Holmes E Atnoo Wit Duughtrtj M J HoiTman M D Flmore Peter W barter J Nerln Darter Mrs Haydtn Welch A II Root J E Brace w FShom ker Thomas Ferrlll Green Forrlll FJ Oonn John II Gamenlscb Sam Trbrhlge Peter Ilalmer Charles Ensslin Frank Cordler John Meier Smuel Llndiey Jacob Oatdnr Mr Alice Lttte tIaryllolTmaanLOrlotna Ora sun J O Carpenter Jacob Jtusweln 6am Datneron Mrs J Aihlock IGEORGE1iUR A very finf draft Htnllion weight 1000 pounds stands lull 10 lands high He vns sired by Hen llnr Major 7J 1lfi Jratid Sire Scott 2130 Darn Jennie Beatrice Clydefdalf jiccirco Hur is half English conch nnd half Clydesdale best draft horses in the State Will make the season nt my place at 810 to insure a living colt M S nArGH fAr Stanford ICy SAIDIHOSFITAL PHYSICIANS IT DELIOOT US TO FIND SOMETIIINO TO CURE THIS SUrfEHEB Mil K tV Host Louis MoILICUMONn 0116jDCAII Sot The charity patient In whom I am so much 1Iao noDlrUy selin old allho that shebegan Ibe and berwotghtwasItUlba Her tipslth has bvunpuor for spinal trouble according to ueotwZemoIinattendancedoctors She has been a hard workrr all made tho llrlng for her amllr keeping boarders ago eczema began to trouble y gradually grew worse and worse- until her entire bed was snorted the leg being a mass of sore con lantllegaraUnll The Itching and burning sensation was no dreadful Impossible for ber to or nlnhu Tbe doctors itwo of our best pronounced the case 11a and when ekedpermission to use Zemd promptly said It would dellvbt us to nod to cure tblsdear old sufferer Zemo1Iullrn ued on theupper part of lbs body and soon rollered the patient of the terrible dls badbeendteseingthelegsskin wnereZeino had been usedbey unTocouwnltobSTelt used on tbe legs Oraduallf they began to Improve and are now almost as smooth as the face was probably Shout a mouth before much relief itchingburningmight bo given out the patient tbinks that she had better usanioa weeks longer before saying that the ls cured however she Is wundortulMRS MARY fully HospitalNo208 ECZEMA PIMPLESALL limit AND COALS OIlEAItf III BT FACSIMILEOF EXACT + ZEMO + PACKAGE A CLEAN LIQUID FOR EXTERNAL USE PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT TO USE aUAflANTBBD AND SOLD BY S PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD For Sale Privately Uy houce and 10 ofland situate lust outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 1 rooms kitchen and set Tantt room good cellar table and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In this yard and one for stock J P BAILEY HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T V Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known cas- tratort of horses and horso doctor Phone In Residence Dignity Dare No IMi Vol A H11 MalioKonv liiiy block point White only oil left foot yours aw tinnus high wllhsla strong nut bond heavy iiinna and tail oaf hack with long cranes nock well sot lit high mounted shoulders muddle horse hind and viiron him it model tinder halter nlwny wears hluo firing In model rings wonderful style In hiirne sn show horse sure one year old wore nil honor In hits clan wherever shown also the blue tie In WfOj stake harness ring nt unnut ole When n 5 yeur old he was shown II time end wore blur stringer lilts never Ixvn deb nttd In fancy unmet has nlwnys bon the victor In Rtnlllon stake rIng us n brrvdor Where dliown with threw or moro of Ids get for sloe style unit gunernl confornmllon nml for nil imrx t llilo smtdlu horse with live distinct Knits lust line noting rocker good In two wtdks and a nlce lunar very poitllvw In hi Irol under sniliilo and In Imrntm great nil nrouiul action nt li re qulredfor an totlnu slr of high nrlcvtl salt horses for mulillo or humps Ho Is a gnicefuletylishanda Jtt unit with but little handling did this marernerve and siwvd enough to get n trotter for track use or Kentleiuen roadsters large hOlllbolll stylish heavy and strong enough to get currliiRf horse with a horseSAltlon for all purjiowi of n family Is the horse to sine parker stylish grnce ful lutMtano and docility It hat boon given up by horteliien that he Is one of the most uniform brwderi In Kentucky lit type IU cilts otter sine a sorrel colt The most profitable hors for the farmer and small hrttHlor to produce li the horse which serve the widest rnliRe ol otiemutt till oldest to the youmient II of his colt hart Ixf n offered for next sold for t thennvernKu of pu and the nverngu ngo of t1 years and monlli- iImidiinrHlrixl by Chester Hare N H II It he by lllnck M ho lij lllack KiiRlo Tl he by Kim William b by Washington Denmark he by Oalne iHninnrkOllieliv ritco hor IXiitnntk Y Imp llednefonl Dignity Unit dam Mileniont by Weichiiuxlt No A T II a he by Welch 311 ho by Itymtlck Humbletonlnn DUnltrH see on1 dam by Alulnllnh MeiM lain t byGlllterutwllthdent Thoroughbred wvlelimont tint dims IMullnv by Anton Forest wrl- TgaNaClgnity nil will make this sea ion of IUMM my liable In llustonvllle Ky at 151 to Insure n living colt where foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit linurnncv anti money iMTome dill anti mutt lio imlil nt time o inch lean xrllau Marvx gros- snt12awr d month nnil bills to ls imld b too removal of mares Clrnlnftxl If dvilrrd at reasonable rate Mares entrusted to inn will mtlvu lilY xtwiiilil attention but will not tw rtponltil for necldents or es enwS Ilione In residence nf Ilustonvllle Ky I14 OAHIKNTKIl Col Bird 40566 Itajr horse foaled Ilnd by a d r I Veil iJinvlllf Ky Hired liy Oclllini Chief 2171No ottllI yearolds with or by Vulllnn 515 sire of In list Iliotter lllrtlle nnev full Mter to low nnunohuesireot I nndy leWllkes28t Ityltnmisttrslrilke 2 itt islreof II with records or t in or lnttr1ml slain Kllle iMivln dRill of lord Humrnll 2 lOWOownnS llfii sirs of llaminorlus sir odXodle WllUeg JlSlHnd Kllle Ik J 11 and grnudnm of rapt Cheek t lI4 lIonIonic 1SH and toy Ilrlco t S7H sire of Al nm HImw rI lly llrd WllktmX No liril sire of UXnnd sirs or the dom ot nldam Kllle IHtvIs ithr UHIII of OIK pro ducfn grand 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luirnr No sire itnd hr IiIo 110 other and grand slam of llterr Muwovltt J ytts ItllMIH 111111011 olhen nyutunteerIttsireorA dnulhr ItH1 e prolucsd CMiiniilnin of heater J Alma 2 Visi lid one other nnd Alder dam of Adlllh IJnrc 2 lI Dlrtittor sire of Jay Kvv 2tlt1 and others and also I July Iextrdam of lextir Irlnee by American Htar sire of four anti dams 0 1i tlHlnin McKlntry limn dam of Hlnirk I2714andgntntldnsttsof Duster thou rind Chief Isn very youiiK horse yet Inn Oof his get with trotting revonln IIff1I or iHtter vnch iniiilu when they w but two yearn old lie the vhamplon slrr of Worlds Kalr wlnnerR In Hf cllliin 2 1V4 full brother to JeannuteO filedflylot till III JriinnliC 00l- Innll ilh1 JeiiiinettH Veil HIM Oeolllllt fit 210t4 ills Cecil fl 22144 ill 2eyustd Peril few nlH 1ty Nutwood 2ivl4 r Ord grentest sire living or ilnul stud the Itrentest brood nuns that linn ever npxnnvl Iolollli thou Ihlllnldntsof bruno lire of two Clementlnn Itt- nndlennleCI72dnntof5 Delta dam ol Kiniiin Olfutt tJ 111 Norvlllu IlUKmmer ette 2214 loum retht 2 2f4 COllullon 2I 1754flioUeorgu limo t rsyj Oliver ioldsml h2 a1Ionzllt2lxisln ormw hunt nnil Ininlirtiticttn lulu of Joldcn Hotil by Ailiiilnliitrtitor iM sire of several niiililiiinsof inl lain Mllrftllllorll lain of fluvilnnil z8 7 fly Miiinlirlno sire of two fib tlnm liy Htnr DnvU Ctli date liy Tom trowiliT iicllliin Is till sin or In stntiit nrd tlini anti linn one tlnuithtrr the ilam or 2 mot likely the youngest itinri In the great brood snare list Uiunlitttii VllUiu Is the riiitint sire of rxtriMiu speed tin world linn ever known HtiiiiilSMtotiilii the Kritittst slroof itunilunl liorwiitnil Is the Krentcst Hlrior stniiilnrd liorms llvliiff Ho was also thin vliniiitiloii sire of prriiiluin horses lit the great World Fair In IWH bird 11lf ij him size llnlsh and action In lirufillnit hi Is of thin very Iwo nml Krrnt to the trotting world Ills bloo- dIlneelnuverydlrcctloiitrucntothu Kreiitwitt lICit known to tho An a tiro ho should Iw very RWit Col Iltrd will ntn nt my stiililo nt 110 to Insurers living colt Men ritotned on nil olts until svnson money Is paid Moiiuy duo when auto U trniliil removed or part d with Not resjionsllilii for nrcldiinta or us cUIIC Grass nt ttjti per mftntli llHOAKlKNTKH Htistonvlllo Ky TROUSERS 1 We have the snappy est line of Gents Trousers in town Prices 100 to 500 Innlt SHOE SAM ROBINSON I Dry Goods Clothing Sloes hats anil Caps Ladies anti Gouts Furnish ings Etc the store that savos you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Abe Cincoln County national Bank 0 Of Stanford KentuckyICAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 I DEPOSITS January I J906 24604000trlOFFIOERS r S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER jJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B out Stanford II BIUKK Stanford O W OAKUM TumonrllleX- V IL CUM IretohersTlllB L O GOOCM Yaotbllrll- W Ili TRAVLOII OllaerU Greek 1L L Uosnrr Lancaster W O WALKKII Stanford J II FOSTKH Stsnfoid W II hUNK Stanford J II PAXTUN Stanford lies rex olfully solicit the nrrollllh ot Imllrlituils Firms ntHl turpornllnns hunk and Hankers nml urn i rumntl la furnish nil depositors such nwomiiioautlotii ni are- I consistent with Nude Utnklnf Modern Hafety iKiwilt hose In our vntilt for use of our Customers Ii 49 1 bME COMFORTS Are detracted from if the interior dec orations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired clTcct The benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at yourcillpolnlt l Pninte Oils VanibboB mOo JUgb Oft Grade School Sitpplicn nml Sun dries t IIFirst NationalOfficers 1Stanford Ky J t IIOUKKH Presl Bank J T HAIIHI V ere J J UonOllRHTB Ohr Capital StocK 50000W nWKAHKNAsstObn establbhedD1rectorsThis Institution was aa this UeiXMlt Ilaok of Stanford In 1158 then reorganized as the National flank of Stanford In ills acd sgali roorKanlicd nF lUtd Oanrllle the First National Ilaik of Stanford IDB T Harris Stanford IB8J having had practically an ualntnJ Hooker Staaford rupted existence for 43 oars It Is better K L Tanner UoKluner now with facilltlus for transact n Klmore BUnford Stanfordybefore In its long and honorable career Js Robinson Hubble I II Ilauchman Stanford and Cor J dose Stanford StanfordeComfortable Children for 1 Strap Sandals for the hot days beautifully made stylish welted soles They pleasethe little ones and satisfy the parents W E Perkins ICrKentucKy Read The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky il