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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 15 1906 NO 261t Hon James H Mitchells Death Tho following beautiful tribute to Hon James H Mitchell who died at Bowling Green a few weeks ago ap peared In tho Bowling Green Times Deceased was a brother in law of Mr It IL Crow of this county Can storied urn or animated bust Hack to its mansion call tho fleeting breath Can Honors voice provoke tho silent dust Or Flattery sootlio the dull cold carI of death Nol nol nol So no words of flattery nor honors which ho bore with such modesty can now appeal to the lion James Albert Mitchell who sleeps his last sleep In Fitlrvcw cemetery That ho was a popular man nil will agree Ho was n1 able lawyer progressive citizen a tenderhearted loyal friend and above all a gentleman and a Christian Tho good Bishop Woodcock yesterday in effect tOW us a mans shoes may be filled when ho is gono but questioned how ho is to bo replaced in tho hearts of thoso who loved him Somo equally able and learned lawyer may succeed Mr Mitchell In his official position but who will fill tho void in the aching hearts of those sorrowing ones to whom he was so much Tho overworked tlred out zealous t affable lawyer who hItS taken on his Iimmortality now knows there is Meet rest for the weary Peace peace to the soul Here and There Clarence Sturgeon shot and killed Ira Brewer Witford McMichael and an un Iknown man in Louisville The trouble 1came up over a woman Robert Tipton a cousin of Judge James Hargli shot and instantly killed Miles Patrick on White Hear Creek as a result it is alleged of an old grudge Claud Murray a prominent Todd county fanner was shot and Instantly killed by his brotherinlaw Leo Clif ton while riding in a buggy with hist wife and children At the annual meeting of tho Board of Curators of Kentucky University hold at Lexington Rev John S Swee ney for 20 years chairman resigned and was succeeded by Judge Matt Wnl hton Kentucky Cqurt of Appeals in reversing a case from the Franklin Cir cult Court hold that a wntorworks or lighting plant operated by a city can not bo made to pay State or county taxesOver 1000000 immigrants will have entered tho United States through tho port of New York during the year end 1ing Juno 30 according to an oetlmatc made by Immigration Commissioners Watchorn at Bills Island TUB Kansas City delegation was con spicuous with It W looker at IU hood He originally camo from Lincoln coun ty Kentucky hut has bean away from Kentucky for 28 years nut for loyal ty to the State ho said they dont s beat me much I have boon back 20 times although I am now in tho bank ing business and my work calls for much of my personal attention I think tho HomeComing Week fine In conception and most extraordinary In execution Thursdays Courier Jour J I nal HUSTONVILLE To tho beautiful tonsorial parlor of George N Gillock has been added some now and elegant fixtures another bar ber chair cup cases wall plate glass perfume cases etc Also a largo and well assorted lino of Imported and do mcstlc perfumes Hair growers in eluding the host quinine and other tonics dandruir cures bay rums witch ha zel face creams toilet powders etc etc 4t icORNS CORED Corn Exit will peal tively remove corns in four days TheI treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo orI this great preparation only costs 15I cents and nothing If a perfect cure not speedily effected G Li Penny druggist Stanford Ky W It Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This Is to certify that I have used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronloeonstlpatlon and Ithas proven without a doubt to bo a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It Is with pleasure I olTor my con solutions reference G L Penny Tim judgment of the Lincoln Cir cult Court was affirmed by tho Court of Appeals In tho case of H C Reid and others against tho Commonwealth Appellants are sureties for Ginn Co book publishers and the judgment upheld Is for 10000 on a bond of secondhanded typo cases and rjob stono for sale cheap This office t A Tribute To Howard D Coleman Dead In the Ofhls noblo young manhood Dead In his beauty with llfes harvest- on Dead to the work which so oft ho had dreamed of Dead with tho daylight of boybood scarce gone Dead with the hand hardly yet on tho lever Dead to ambition of fortune or fame to what promised a life of great purpose Dead to affection too sacred to name Dead to the hopes which upon him were centered Dead to tho tears which above him are shed Dead unto nil the endearments of home Hut list to the words that may lighten the shadows From the grave may dispel some of darkness and gloom Saved In the dawn of his nobly young manhood Saved from the care which cometh with strife Saved from the failure which has dis couraged Saved from tho byways and pitfalls of life Saved from all possible griefs of tho fur ture Saved from all possible temptations- too Saved from the skeptics dread power of alluring Saved ere the false could conquer the true Saved from the burdens which weary the shoulders Saved from the wrinkles that furrow the brow Saved Into infinite powers of fulfill meat Perfection complete rest Howard from now A FitlBNii PAINT LICK G W Hlce bought of Klrksville pnrI a buggy horse for 200tMrs Fannie Kochler left Monday for Texas whero she will teach school Eph Hammack and Miss Lythla lIam mack were married on Jan 3 and kept tho secret until Monday when ho made his parents aware of the fact Mrs Mattte Hout and daughter Miss Dora and Miss Kato Ely are in Louis ville N L Tudor has returned to Louisville Misses Katie and Mary Bcarley of Cllntonvillo are tho guests of their brother R N Bentley Mrs Suo Wallace Is qulteaick Miss Ann Higglna is visiting relatives in Stanford Miss Mary Lear is visiting In Danville Tom Slavln and W S Fish nro In Louisville Emory MciWhortor is on tho sick list this W H Slavln of Danville was the gUMt of Mrs Linio Shumate recently G W Rico is In Lexington Mrs W G Komper is visiting in Lexington Miss Agnes Henderson tho efficient Biiloalady at McWhrotor Estndgog has been on the sick list Misa Mary Clark Engloman who has bean suITerI ing with rhoumatlam for some wo aro glad to spite able to bo out thanks to Dr G W Cntonbaugh forI his skillful treatment Little James Dunn is quito sick Conn Ashor o Wallacotown is visiting Finloy Davis S Ourris has returned from a visitI to friends in LlvlngstunI HUDDLE Dr Hlckle sold a horse for 126 A P Sloan sold a combined maro to Dr Hicklo for 1GO After delivering his first load of lambs J C Eubanks soldI the remainder of his sheep lambs and all at 375 W II Rigncy and WmI Tudorsold 27 hogs to Sweeney Morgan at life James Robinson delivered hisI lambs to J M Johnson at CJc Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Giv ens have returned from a visit to Mid dlesboro Mr T A Smith and the Misses Oatts of Monticello are guests Mrs Davrd Rankin Mrs Nancy Pierce who In with her daughter Mrs James Weaver is quite sick Miss ElhI el Carman who has been attending theI Conservatory of Music in Lexington rcturucd homo Mr Leo Rankin having a hay fork put in his barn Death From LockjnwI never follows un injury dressed with nueklonfl Arnica Salvo Its an tlsoptto and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Hunssoluersvlllo N Y writes jit cured Sith flute of this place of tho ugliest soy on his neck lover saw Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores cnt Penny Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros CrabOrchard LOST between Stanford and tho cov ered bridge on the Danville pike two solitaire diamond rings and one with setting of emerald and diamonds Leave at this office and receive liberal reward carpetsCheap INEWS NOTES yielded 101000 000 worth of gold for the year 1005 Telling his friends that he was going to baptize himself Will Cobb backed Into Green river near Owensboro and was drowned John Alexander Dowie appeared on tho witness stand In Chicago to testify- In the proceedings involving the ownei shlp of lien City Three cases of yellow fever aro under quarantine in the Gulf of Mexico about midway between Mobile and the mouth of the Mississippi river Four persons are known to be dead and several others are missing as a result of fire In a fivestory tenement house In New York City A tornado in Choutcau county Mon tana has destroyed an immense amount of property It is reported that Fort Asslnlboln Is seriously damaged Judge Stout announced that he will call a special term of the Scott Circuit Court to dispose of the Powers case as soon as ho finishes his present sitting in G Reinke pleaded guilty to embezzling M000 from the Marshall Haley Bank at Milwaukee Wis and was sentenced to five years in the Reformatory The Berwind White Coal mining Company was the issue before the Interstate Commerce Commission in Philadelphia Probably tho most important fact brought out was that the coal company was allowed seven cents a ton by the railroad company for handling its cars on the Horsimus pier Dr W G Gillette and Robert A Granniss both former vice presidents of the Mutual Life Insurance Company have been indicted by the special grand jury which has been Investigating in surance affairs in New York Gillette- Is charged with forgery and perjury and Granniss with forgery and filing false statements The court of Appeals by unanimous action declared section 1303 of the Kentucky statutes governing the Sunday closing of saloons in Louisville to be constitutional and enforcible but declined to require Judge McCann to rcdockct the dismissed cases the court assuming that ho willwith pleasure enforce the law and discharge his duty The Court of Appeals in an opinion by Judge ORcar whole court sitting Judge Barker dissenting affirmed the Madison Circuit Court in the case of Boron College va the Commonwealth The court holds constitutional tho act a of 1991 known as the Day law prohibit- Ing tho coeducation of colored and white children and reverses as to section 4 which provides that colored and f white children shall not be taught with n 25 milo of each other The conrt holds this limitation an unreasonable exorcise of police power to the State Tho court says tho new law docs not vio late the bill of rights or the 1Uh amend ment of tho Federal constitution The case will go on appeal to the United States Supreme Court Curtis Jot in jail at Cynthiana await a now trial per the murder ofJames B Marcum made a confession that makes racy rending In it Jettgooa in to details of tho murder of Cockrell and onfthe assassination of Dr B D Cox He implicates James Hargis and Ed Callahan as tho chief conspirators in the Cockrill and Marcum murders and tolls of events before and after eachI shooting He confesses ho killed Mar cum and says B J Ewens story of tho assassination was true He declares that ho and John Smith and John AbI nor killed Cockrill Ho impllcatoirtlar and Calluhan strongly in the Cox murder and gives details relating thereto that have not heretofore been made public Of Alex Hargis Jett says Ho is an innocent man and ho always tried to keep down trouble How to Break Up a Cold It may bo u surprise to many to lourn that n Kovcro cold can be com cPletelytime Tho first symptoms of a cold nrou dry loud cough n profuse watery discharge from the nose and a thin white coating on tho tongue When Chamberlains cough remedy is taken ovary hour on tho first appear unto of these symptoms it counteracts tho effect of tho cold and restores tho system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by W N Craig the popular drugglstStanford Liar yelled the parrot Thief That bird must have been brought up by a thug observed McFlub llluckrakorls Ah now I see Ho formerly be longed to some United States Senator and a prominent one no doubt If If you will make Inquiry It will be a revelation to you how many su6cumb to kidney or bladder troubles In one form or another If the patient is not beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Cure will cure It never disappoints G L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES District Attorney R D Hill left an estate valued at 00000 John Brock a popular Laurel county teacher is dead aged 35 Harvey Martin aged 10 had his skull crushed by a mulo kick at Law rcnccburgHarrodsburg will vote on the whisky question today There aro six or eight naloons there now Robert E Sallee has been appointed carrier and John It Davis substitute on rural rout No 2 frpm Paint Lick Mrs Alex Avary of Clinton county committed suicide by taking a 50 cent bottle of morphine Her husband was found dead last fall Tuesday Juno 19 has been decided on as tho date for the Homecoming celebration to be given to Garrard and Lancasters returning former residents The State Encampment of the G A R at Berea was a big thing Thousands were present each day and tho boys that woto the blue had a great timeLouisville boys carried off all the honors at Centre College Danville winning two gold medals and a cup Charles W Milner won the gold medal offered for the first prize in the annual oratorical contest Ernest 0 Grant won the second prize also a gold medal Ernest ONeal won a silver cup offered far the best tennis player Matt Lockhart a prominent young Knox county farmer dropped dead dur- Ing church services on Smokey Creek Lockhart had just made public expression of his faith and declared his belief that he would be saved when he dropped dead Heart trouble is given as the cause of death Lockhart was in excellent health when he entered the the charge that he has sustain ed a 10000 loss because of breach of contract Karl F Bierach brought suit teat night against J M Thompson of London Mr Thompson came to the city at a late hour last night to attend ed the HomeComing celebration and notice of tho action was served upon him as he stepped off the train Bio- tech says that he secured from J J Glenn the coal rights to 280 acres of land in Muhlcnbcrg county and that ho transferred them to the defendant Inconsideration for this transfer the plaintiff alleged that Thompson employed him for a period of five years to operate mines on the land at a salary of 100 a month He was also to receive commission on all coal gotten out by him over a certain amount The plain tiff says that after working three months for the defendant the latter reused to pay him or carry out the terms of his agreement with him He alleges that during tho five years of his em ploy his salary and commission would have amounted to 10000 Louisville Times Unknown Friends There aro ninny people who have used Cliamborlalns Colic Cholera and DIurrUtKMi Remedy with splendid results but who are unknown because they have hesitated nbnut giving a testimonial of their experience for publication Thoso people how over are none the less friends of this remedy They have done mmh toward making It a household word by tholr personal recommendations to friends and neighbors It is a good medicine to have in the home and Is widely known forltscures 6f diarrhoea and all forms or bowel trouble For sale by W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford PROGIUM of Maccabeo and Modern Woodmen picnic at Wayncsburg July4 1st Prayer and welcome address Rev W R Davidson 2nd song by select choir 3rd speaking by Sir Knight M F Elkin our State commander Hon Fontaine Fox Bobbitt of Crab Orchard Judge John W Hughes of Harrods burg lion Geo B Saufloy of Stan ford and others Music furnished by- olored string band Sack racing Jen racing foot racing pole climbjng and other attractions Refreshments on the ground Good order assured Old Fiddlers contest at night come one como all pad spend a pleasant day Taylor Wesley H H Singleton com mittee Gracious exclaimed Mrs bus keep 25 cents ti box for those strawberries Why theyre such miserable little half ripe things theyd bo sure to give me colic But look nt de size o debox lady replied tho huckster You dont gin enough o dem to do you no harm Philadelphia Press tIt Lessonlln Health Healthy kidneys filter tIle Impurities from the blood and unless they do this good health Is Impossible Fo toys Kldriey Cure makes sound kid nets and will positively euro all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens tho wholo system G L Penny FARMERS LOOK I am agent for nil leading machinery iticuding J I CASE THRESH ING MACHINESwith sample on hand De ring mid McCormick Bind ers Mowers ami Rakes Old Hickory Wagons and Oweiisboro Buggies The best goods tor your money Is my motto With the present good wheat crop now Is the time to buy n Threshing Machine and make money Come andFsee me and get my prices before buying and make my store ycur home while in Ilustonvillc C R McCORMACK Hustonville Ky d Binder Twine 11 Cents Per Pound i at+ I W Kpcciul ICASH KENTUCKYI l l Call mud get one of thcso If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as well in oyez o4 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Save Money IBy buying your Refrigerators Wa tel Coolers FreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George D Hopper Stanford Ky a U a 1- J The Interior Journal E C WALTON t JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county hu candidate to repre sent the Eighth CongrrMlonal dUtrlct o f Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion O O Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem ocratlc party HON R W MILLER of MmllJon county It n rnmlldate to riircent the Eighth CnngrcsMonnl DUtrlct of Kentucky In Congress to succeed Hon I- U subject to tins notion of thu IH in ocrnllo party M F NORTH It n cnndldnte for lloprosentntlvpof Llncoli county luhjrot to till fiction of the Demo crntlc patty IN his confession which filled a page of the Courier Journal Curtis Jett makes some startling revelations which if true show the fearful condition of affairs in Breathitt According to Jettj not much morn thought is given to the assassination of a man in Jackson than the killing of a hog If the half of his confession is true at least a dozen men should dangle at the end of hempen lines and Jett himself should be the first one to be shufilcd off Following is the windup of the f rather dramatic epistle You know I have been a bad man but the people ought not to be too hard in passing judgment on me for I was brought up under the direction of Jim Hargis and Ed Callahan and they set me an ex ample and are responsible for wrecking my life making me a murderer and causing me to be in a felons cell But from this day on I am determined to lead a better life I have turned over a new leaf and am going to ask for giveness for my pest life and be a good manTim Democratic State Executive Committee met at the Old Inn in Louisville I Tuesday and discussed the mat ter of determining the time and mode of nominating Democratic candidates for State office and also United States Senator to be voted for by the 1Genera1 Assembly It was decided to hold the primary on election day November 6 There was only one vote in opposition and 12 were cast in favor ol t the proposition The sole dissenter Was Norton Fitch of this district Mr Fitch said he had no objection to primary but thought it should be hell in the spring A subcommittee wasi then appointed to arrange the detail i of the primary This committee con sists of Louis McQuown chairman Col Mott Ayres Finley Fogg Arthur B Rouse G W Roark and Norton R Fitch SPEAKING of Oklahoma whose ad mission as a State is agreed upon by i I the conference committee it is formed of the union of Oklahoma and Indian territory It has 1000000 inhabitants about the same number as Connecti cut The area will be alntost exactly that of North Dakota or more than f i that of all New England Oklahoma is only 16 years old as a territory Its development has been one of the marvels of a land of marvels The Indian terri tory organized more than 70 years ago contains most of the more progressive educated and prosperous Indians of the nation The new State will be a splendid I one well fitted to put the 46th star f i on the flag- ELECTRICITY is a most subtle as well 1asa most unreliable agency The of a live wire accidentally means in stant death but when a man is to be put to death by it and everything is prepared to make the killing as instan taneous as possible it seems to slip an eccentric as the engineers say and fails to do its work Strapped in the chair and with the current applied at the most vital points it took three apt plications to kill Charles L Tucker the murderer of pretty Mabel Page at Weston MassITilE Indiana Democrats see the Republicans and go them one better on the pension quention Tho old soldier vote has to be reckoned with in theI Hoosier State it seems In their res olutions the Indiana Democrats say AsI a simple act ofjustico to the Union soldiers and sailors of the war of the rebellion we demand the enactment of a service pension law and that the wid ows pensions be equalized so that no J widow will receive less than 12 perI monthIJ KATthe laying of the corner stone of itthenew capitol at Frankfort tomor row Gen D W Lindsay will be mas ter of ceremonies A number of promi nent men will take part in the cdremo nies and the occasion promises to be a r memorable oneoftit D J Wood POLIITCAL Commonwealths Attor ney of the Tenth Judicial district died h at his home in Munfordville following an operation judge A W Benson has accepted the appointment as United States Senator from Kansas to succeed Joseph R Bur resigned 1J rKan Chinn present clerk of the 1 Court of Appeals and Hubert Wee land C mmissloner of Agriculture are both candidates for Secretary of State r The Senate has agreed to the confer ence report on the Statehood BillIThere are seven candidates to succeed Congressman Edwards in the Eleventh DistrictIHon J W Newman of Versailles announced his candidacy for the demo cratic nomination for Stato commissioner of agriculture The body of Senator Gorman was taken from the vault in Washington and consigned to its last resting place in Oak Hill cemetery Brief services were conducted Attorney General N B Hays has shade formal announcment of his can didacy for governor and in a signedcard to the voters calls for reform and re trenchment In the party lions John W Hughes and R W Miller spoke at Shelbyville Monday It is said that Shelby is the battle ground ahd that both candidates are at work for the vote of that county The House adopted n rule sending the Railroad Rate Dill back to conference During the debate on the Sundry Civil Bill the NeillReynolds packinghouse report came in for some severe criti cism The House having under considera tion the Civil Bill on motion of approprlaItlonpark to 100000 The bill carried an appropriation of 70000 Tho First and Second District Com mittees decided to postpone action on fixing the date and manner of nominating candidates for tho Railroad Commissioners until after the Democratic State primary election Governor Fred M Warner Republi can was nominated without opposition at the first general primary election in Michigan Patrick H Kelley of De troit was nominated without opposi tlon for Lieutenant Governor The formal announcement of Attor ney General N B Hays of Bell coun ty for the governorship to be voted for in the Democratic primary election in November next may be expected within the next day or two says n Frankfort dispatch Gov Beckham has appointed lion Lillard II Carter of Anderson Special Judge of the Boll Circuit Court to preside in tho case of Hamiltons ad ministrator against Colson and others The case is to settle the affairs of the late David G Colson- i The Court of Appeals reversed the judgment of the Whitley Circuit Court in cases of Browing against Lovett and Croley against Jones the Whitley elec tion cases The court decides for Democratic and Independent contest ants for County Judge and Sheriff The Deleware Legislature elected Col Henry A Dupont United States Senator for the constitutional term beginning March 3 1905 His election was practically unanimous as the Dem ocratic members voted blanks and all the Republican members save one voted for Col Dupont The House Committee on Agriculture has agreed upon a meat inspection amendment to the Agricultural Appro priation Bill It places the cost of in spection on the Government and makes an appropriation of 2000000 a year to pay this cost All meat and meat products which enter interstate commerce must bear Government labels MATRIMONIAL F J Reidy and Mrs Jennie May were married at Somerset David E Jackson aged 18 and An 1nle Belle Broughton aged 17 were married in Laurel Miss Minnie Shadoan daughter of Senator Geo W Shadoan of Somer set and H H Miller of Valparaiso Ind were made one Tuesday Mr A J Adams of Hustonville and Miss Jennie McKinney also of the West End will be married in noxville Wed nesday Mr Adams is a prominent young business man of his town while his prospective bride is a most charm ing woman loved and admired by all who know her wel- lDeadly Serpent Bites are 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 reo storatlvo medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsvllle S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver Electric BItters cure chills fever malaria biliousness lame ck kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on Guarantee by Pen ya Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 50c In tho hearing of the motion for ballI in the case of James Hargis at Jackson Asberry Spacer went on tho stand and the story of the murder of Dr B Gox which in every way corrobo rates the confession of Curtis Jett Other witnesses gave mony Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan have been arrested on the charge orI complicity in the murder of Dr Cox If your stomach troubles you doI not conclude that there is no cure for a great man have been permanently cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get a free sample at W N Craigs drug store and give them a trial They also cure conatlI patlonand biliousness r An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid liver untl constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to those who use Dr Kings JJow Life Pills tho best and gentlest regulators of Stomacl and Bowels Guaranteed by Penny s Drug Store Stanford L no Bros Crab Orchard Price 250ITho right hand although more sensitive to the touch than tho left is less sensitive than the latter to tho effect of heat or cold A man who Is in perfect health he can do an honest days work whm necessary has much for which ho should be thankful Mr L C Hod gers pf Branchton Pa writes tht- he was not only unable to work but he couldnt stoop over to tie his ow shoes Six bottles of Foley a Kldne Cure made a new man of him Ie says Success to Foloys Kldno flue G L Penny I WILL be located at LBeazlcy furniture store for the present with my optical goods Will be glad to test you eyes and supply you with glasses at thoI lowest cash Will N Craig E1antsjiBrazilian 15c Bermuda lOc W S Wigham Moreland The Louisville Times that B Thompson of Harrodsburg JohnI a candidato for U S Senator FOR SALE New bbagc peas beet and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard Judge Hargis was allowed bail In 15000 at Jackson Central KentuckyI Real Estate Extbuif TITLE CO No urea of lord pro Junction Cityiut ii wren Heidi 23 acrw iu tulllvaltun nil in gnu a nlceyoung o hard nd oneil lae IIftt Ines bit bon in Kentucky rrt1 told Vx pound gape lut year Well wiu red al1jlJdut good Clow to tencol and churcbe A twolur1 room frame dwellloggnod turn cnb etc lIla good repair Trice SSJO J o Twotiorr frame veiling of six room two ballt vrtnji It well av door gal til otne necnttrr outbuilding Alto Urge hlttkiuiltl Ibol6Us1U lengtb of shop and toi feet wide Toll propfrty will W told at a ry low price Xn 151Twohourianlbsadtuatid In OilOctBtid whh ilx tint ou hlfacaee oi laud at laehrd livtn are Irame cwnilttln 015 sad the other of a room eltabl two goo iprlngt tie Tbe bulldlngi an Dew and tb tenting Ii ordinary Too gaud garden and nv terra la Iinure Will sill eacn place uparatel Pile on tb property II a whoarnwhole No 181A linn of ace ape sod oneht r miles m rib of Huitonvllle on tbe Dinvlll plkf Two army fr me dwelling wan room verandi ball etc Flim young orcntrd bearing all klndt o huh well watered Deter aUlnltprloCltle At bulldlngi and fcncet art in JOI fair liillaateJin the Wit Mellon of Lincoln suetted It an Idol home Splendid lie boute linn nod nil other net mry outbuilding No I1SA nlre large store room and dwelllti above roniltilng oi itrertl cicely furnlthed room bun slid lot and all nnewiry uutbuildl- oThlaproPegetogoo4repair limited on Mali I Street In Ibe lIullotU portion o town This propertywill ltold of a lurgtln am li a tplendld opportunity to soma one deiinng ti go In builont P r the store and dwe4Hi beta r mlIDed will lb a great airing rent etc No 9 WJf acrei of lint near Crab Urchin IIIA film of Ml iltuitat about mule from Oltoloid sod tulle from rob Ureban on the waters tf Cedar Creek Toe late rut In alwul fleJJt and ran IwsMibdlrlded Aleut 56 ereelt In cultivation timber tulbeleot to ketp up Place ftneandonebiK story frame dwelling u room ball porcbetetr Two guud It boutM birn rycorn crib flare U well wate- redtwogooddrternsatthe door running ttrnuthrough ftrm All In fool shale exeep one bra fencing lair rrloel aere Term fl1A fine of acre about Mtlei frou Stanford Uja well Sod well watered A goo nor thin of rum In blue grait A rumfortabii dwelling aLd a large barn Thu etclike II ow a iplendld pike dote to tcbol tlt t 7010acrcioflandtwnttory Iront rotttge room balls etc Uoul new a goal girder sad splendid orchard of one and ape half acre fencing guod lye tublei buggy haul nuoki house etc A good well on plan There It alto i good rail on the place a loUd crusher in will h run by natural nower which It grew eronom sod the Jim li In splendid repair Tblt property li iltuttcd In one of the licit firming dinrlrtt flbecountybull milt from sltutorJi then li ilwtyt a read sale lor the Hour and meal at soon aground we will will this place fur SitOO It II a bargain me lone could nut be ut up tot tau mootISo UOA Lana oi 160 aria mile beyond Me Klnney Lays well well Improved and right un pike No itock birn lz sox tacos tbi I eac tide and driveway in cenur t other barns and 2 tenant houses 8rooin brick retldenc end kitchen and all other uectniry out building UulklFgtandhnclngla good repair place welt wlend cltern at and house pond tpringt cuhallooNo 1MtOO acre firm about I mile this tide of ihilby room cottage 2 porchet No I good cellar under the kitchen Uood barn of tallt crib etc Bulldlngi are In goal rtpalr and Ibe lancingi are moJento ringa and good and on place About acre In timothy and lorer rest In woodland Price 15 SOUw No tMAO acre arm U river near Trab Orchard About IllDfon trallon and 45 tern In pasture rest to good limber Al outIS Ipearlng fruit treason the place 2 story 6 Iwelllng Ordinary mile and crib and a very cod tenant bout Tbe building are In very loud thtpe but tbt fenctt are not The place h ratered by 6 nerer lilting Sprung This a good lock farm and U offered at a bargain Place only it70 can firm near Huitontllle flood flcecouldIbe fencing and buildings are In good condition h4 II one of the beitltrmi In tbe county The all li rich and will produce hemp etc Inc fI 00io4Twostory tramo room ball nd veranda Uood garden fencing and homo In ood repair For ale or rent 1rlce reatontble Nd85nouseandeteuroof land In JIcKln Del Kr Neoettary outbuildings Fencing good 11terlililory Ihe suburb oi the city ot Sanford close to traded cbool and churches This li a desirable hums rice reasonable Na87Sroom frame cotttge and one acre o ind In Klngirllle Ky Large barn smoke house tc All buiidlngt sod fencing In good repair Irlce 1100 No 67S sires of land cottage of room good hall and i porchet Good barn and other ecfutry outbuildings Fencing sod buildings In good Place well watered a ipUcdld well t etc Lind li all level and produces well foung apple and peach orchard This late II bout Smueilrom town Price f O- No203I 220 acre farm In the rctlon about Zy miles tram 2 tall road lUtfbni low to pot office itorei hutches etc Lay etween 2 county roads Rural Free elrery toutl by place Four room log house a Splendid barn SlitS leet boxing and hit two good IhelI watered with neverfalling tprlngt sod a run nlDg branch through tbe pace U bat good Inc Inl and outbuildings Jrlce 800 Terms easy dorotIOacre farm situated on the Wensurx and ill Vernon road abort 3 miles or Wavneaburg Hn a 3 room cottage etc This plce belongs to a gentleman in Callloroli sod he wUI tell cheap aud on easy term a No 1J9 Uacretoflind In the town limits of Rowland about it acres twllom land am 63 acn In woodland The place li well fenced end wale id water works well and cittern story frau building 5 room ball veranda back porch tun mr ltcnto and cellar Opal yarn other necessary outbuilding Including erlb rracery etc il In good repair unclog In lIut ciao oler III wits hica This is a braulll place a dtilrablo home clove to town and will Mil cheap ono on easy terms No M A fnrmof about 100 acres on ono ol Ibll best In the county A kiindiome two story frame dwelling nod one of the largest nDd best trims In the county Thli thuds ti well watered and everything about II iDfludirfc rene loCi It In tplendld In li good ceiiimunlt elote to tcboolt lind about minutes drive Sinnford This n very dcilmbl home lrlce 7W1 No 13230 acre farm A mile of Crab Orcban Ky Duck dwelling S rooms two tenant houte two hams well and iprlng near dwtlllng Farm 10 high State oi cultivation IN acres ricer bollotA land good fencing fruit etc Pride 1000 an art Nor A nice firm at highland Kwtlllmrro Prke5root n rod south ot Ounnvllle too acret In cultivation about acres In timber anj reit In grass Atarge new trine dwell Inc allOn J ilingon place A new loam enl wo old ones It Is well watered and the fencing II goat On public road Prke looo No tj joooo acres of cotftn lane In Mlisltiln manyIalpiH Delta which It now fitly described as Proi v1iNefrom the North where the supply of Umber It rut dlmlnliMn all constintly Incvaslng their rur Chiles of timber lands In the South ban the tr Is removed the ant Is unequileJ tot agrlralti rat perpoes It will produce a rate of cotton t tht acre er will grow any other kmj of crop raised the temperate zone The soil heeds no fertHliers ai Ilvu S ylelJ which cannot N excelled uses are low the title Is perfect and the mn who lvtys DMIa tar and Utoer ants at present pikes It makwc anti veitmtnrthit he will never regret The land Is vtded trtctt ranK en from 40 acres to the tract Ie it oo acres lo th tract and rrke froro8 peraci la 3 per acre actortlne lo location etc ilre aathuilied by the company wrra owns these lane to state that as other IIeIre comtdertiiE Ilia purchase of these ends Uut we Uws tracts so- bkctk pilot sate withdrawal KM nuukct er tlwnr m pike without notice lle rtver when notlfi they will IwU any tract t of market tone eooug tot aepeghatr te make an hivnUeitlon Abm aoeio acres ollhlt lSi has beers will by the Can sine we lecHved this option 1or further rar oculars call stool Mike cnuntjItodnie ID every particular and good dwoll ng with lmpro eromU 20 Sores of line t close to Southern railroad Price eo 000 tto I Cottage In 1iteiiter TI test front am 50fesldesp All nccetauy eutbullillog nutb- arn It new lad In good shape Collate contalns4mooball reranda pore alJJ Lsrement U to school churebu Price 158000 Nu oT trre4r land two story front cot tllle seven moms hall etc lions It new a OJ CirJen sod iplendld erehtrJot H acres fencli itableibufgr house mole bout elo A goal well m iice there It alto a fool mill 00 the place a od truth r In mill U It run y nit uralloOwer wblrh It a great economy and lea dall1 It In good repilr Will Mil the property at a low figure or leM11INoM Frame hotel Urge moms doable Term ltt hallway Lie A large story sere fooc ranting street So teat from hotel ep italn suits IbI ordw Ing I nice cottages nicely frotabed and painted room and veranda rates A large barn on time used at livery stable trden Vacant lot adjoining M feet front bySd reet deep All of Ihls properly 1110 London XIand It a one chance fur tome one to mate 1oprlelor hat refuted to rent property tot ISO pe juonib Ooactountof Hi bullb of his wife toni aeon fur rrolnel4r desire to ncbDC- ror farm In Lincoln county Ho eA wall Grin or76 arcs of rood lam located dOte to town IrtcetllM No SI Miere of land one mile from Bomenet Kyrut In wren gelds Forty acres In cultlva Lion 40 acres In paiture balance In timber linn log cootilni ttvcn rooms Dec entry outbulldlngi Fenee D7tUlldIOCtID tplcn did repair Well watered lllce IJWO No 2d160 acre of land In Ford county Kat sox miles from railroad and mile from Arkanta r eeveoty urn of land li river bottom It land and In gnu This land la for nlIIrhexchange acre la Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about acres cultivated about 1SS In timber and grati and about 10 In grass Timber on plate li rut to II Inches but will make barrel timber iblng lea ties and cord wood enough to pay lor- the place twice over A large part U feat ed There are four dwellings of 4 room edch and one store ot two lorl1 with roam above has wells and springs of water Ii In J mile of county scat and rows tobacco corn wheat gross etc for 12200 One hal cash Hour and Orlit Mill Anderson county Ky M barrel capacity covered with iron built ago Steam and water lower the latter I months of tbe year It U an up todate roller mill with burnt for corn aDd meal bolt The engine Is of year runt It acres with the mill Including whet la wltt the house of 5 rooms All for 18250 or f for the mill and II acres One half club Has fine trade No mill In 10 miles No SSFlfty acres peer lleatant Point Ky Fame house S room and porch Barn and othei outbuildings Stcrwln cultivation rel In tlm ber Well watered yards from poetoelascboo and church lays well un pike sod In good com uiunlty J rice IMO No acre of land In Catey rointy on Liberty idColumbia road Twl o boumanil lotion place Uildenc room Is story 101 weatbtrboirdtd lIonol burn About acre In cultivation liulldlngt In modern shpt aid Hood timber Well at house runotnltroughlllowi on easy term or purchasers No 2ISA nice little loom cottage All nece sari outbulldlngi and a good garden AMt luUe from Stanford Ibis It a cheap place Prlo f600 cub Notl701 ore arm In sable of Ihll rnori loom dwelling itora hauw smoke house well house crib etc All tbe bulldlbg and fencing are In fair condition Hood apple brcjurdabout acre In cultivation nit In timber Watered by a never falllns well and casters ol South Fork l tcIA200 No SIPOne vacant lot In Junction City at Southeast rumor of Lueui and Irofion ttrreu feet on Otoaon street u4 ruoning South onLucunlnwt121feet inc 1150 cab No Houi and futon logn street In Stanford Hood garden etc Everything la good pair fries 11000 tto 2J3 Nlce room cottage and i aero of land located about I mile trout Shelby City Tbs house alone cod ISO We will tell this place for Sl0- 3NosuitGo acre S4 mile Iron Junction City 2 itory 6 room frame dwelling good barn crib iiatkenouie etc All In good repair Including Ifpcing Scr ales and 25 acres cultive lion uoalorchardofpeaches plums appsetc- iclendld gripe harbor 2MO lb grapes auld In Tear flue dote to Kbo cnurcbo etc and well watered medlrated well at home and itock well at tam etc 1rlce 13800 No 227 About acres of land I mile from Crab Or bark on Lancatter A good dwell log well and all nece lItblldlna Mac li nght on pike This li a good home sod a chf Th owner of this property lives at Dew- lotonyandhasmadeup hit to sell tlili Place tights on place It can be bought at a bargain Nor ui bar a price No IA farm of 212 acres A handsome modem 2 story brick residence nicely furnished and to date In every particular More room on rlalerc1IIItbe plies on It only about acres In cultivation and rett In gnu Ilent of fruit tr jlc This it an Ideal home and a splendid farm Trice nil on ibis No 231Z30 acres ol land dwelling of rooms tobtcco let long next to tbe Lest lnruIno Uncoln county 2 iiuall itock arnll This property lays between 2 good county roods md2 turnpikes Alt the building and fencing are In repair Place U well watered r good tprlngi creek etc Splendid tobacco land raise IS barrel of corn to the acre Thts- ilacelaakctbeownerfrom 24 to 20 per cent on If not the cpeapes- tplcccsuflandlnldncoIDCouoty If you are look lug for a Trite cheap No 1I9100 acre farm about 3 miles from town splendid math In ultivntlon well water Ills Iele Smnll cottage offounoomlarge liarn property well fenced etc Tried 150 per tiers No 42 Seven room dwelling goodceUar and acrei land sever falllDg well and tenclng ind fair contllloo pltc clot to townWill inlt a itnall family Central Kentucky Real Estate d Title Oo BUnford Ky We have about 50 TwoPiece Suits from last season Most of themlight colors most of them all wool all of them round cut coats in sizes from 32 to 42 Last seasons price 750 850 10 and 1250 Everyone of ithem owing to the advance of material would T cost more today than a year ago but to close them they go in this sale at 500 a SuitC 4 Spot Cash Now is your chanceM te H J McROBBRTS A STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREEN i Let us Supply You teat PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky III roofingtnadoformarket A trial will convince Invostignto S H Aldrid-ge lIti YOUR WANTS1 INS WindowGlassWall Paper Cigars and Tobacco rWill be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST I STANFORD I 1LItaoNitr euperyision given to all PrcEoriptione compounded a I- w Iii New Mattings I J Wo knvo jutt received tlicprotticst line of Mailings wd have shown this season Twenty ffvo new pieces Just in y ISEYERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 STANFORD KY JITSI lr loot DELICIOUS Ico Cream Sodn at Penny s Drug Store 1PERSONALS MB KAIII COLBMAN fe oonvnlmelng Miss SARA RAIWIIUAN to with lan alter friends bites MAny IuiLura to In Louisville lot a tow days MR WILL SEVKKANCBh with hto wife In Shelby county MRS W M UHIQIIT and ton are vta lUng In lAutarillw MUM MoLUK GOLMTBJN went to t TANNBK te vtaltlng 4 hur etotar at Brodhcad f MiivjiRMiK LANDY of Danville It with GoliUloln Miss LLORA BOIION of HustpnvlIU wltlpftliw Maggio Stagg 4isMI88BH LONNIK Goon and Leila Jonos in LouUvllla with friends r Miw OLA WlLUAMfl of Hustonvlllo was guest of tho MUsea Donham R G RAIL and aon Wooren 1MI all City are with her parent horett E ASrooNAMOUB of Torro Haute + Ind with the homefolks for a few 0 ndlit B MAHONY and MIN Vlr ginla nhony are in Lois Tle this weok MAfR W HOCKBR of Kansas City tali Jotneil his family at Mr J- A So llec ers Mlt 1IrIlOIAS II SiIANRH or Kansa- CityV arrived Wednesday to visit th home folks MlS3 MAitOARBT IlrtVIB Is spending n two with Mrs Alice Lytle and twccKpr e Carter MR WALTBR 0 Horrim hbnflni from Central University Danville WOIlne J MR JJ H GENTRY and ton Harvey Chrli Independence Mo are wit j Mr LlV Gentry and family MnraMAliY PRUDBN and Miss Carrie Prudon or Shlem III arrived Wed noeday to visit Mrs Mary Fenny- MnsfRS HARRY AND AIKRBO Hio GINS of Stanford have been welcome visitors to Danville this weokNew L MRS J J HARRIS has returned to Louisville from San Francisco and or de oitY1MRSdays Sho loft Tuesday for Louisville MigsBS NRLIIE AND MAROARUT DUN II AM returned Wednesday from Loretto whero the former graduated with hon orsMIS JofcuniiNF HAYDBN of Paris Is with her grandmother Mrs Pcrmolia 1 Brown and other relatives and friends here MR WILLIAM WARNER of SU Louis and Mr T II Smiley and wife o Lexington are with Mr P G Warno- and wife MRS J C BAILBV son Jamoe and I Mr T T Lackey went up to Middles boro Wednesday to visit the family of Mr S W Givens Miss DAISY VANDEVBER has re turned from Gallatin Tcnn where she has been doing some special work In tho millinery art A Goon picture of Miss Dolllo II Williams of Hustonvillc Lincoln coun tys pretty maid of honor at tho Home- Coming appeared in Wednesdays Courier Journal MISSES FRANCIS REDD of Crab Or chard and Hindu Williams and Alza Thompson of Mt Vernon are guests of Mrs John S Cooper In Louisville during Ilomo Coming week MR J C COULTER of Casey county was in tho city and closed a contract with W A Gaines Co and Labrot Graham for a largo amount of barrel J v staves Frankfort Journal MR ScumEl WRirHT of Louis yule arrived yesterday to take the position of prescriptionist at Pennys Drug Store Mr V R who has held tho place will go with tho Stanford Drug Co who returned tlayslagomonds crops owns n farm near Valdosta and says he will not raise a thing on it this year ON account of tho commanding lead thatMiss Hughes of Midway has already achieved In the trip to Europe contest for this district It Is quite IIkoI lythat Miss Lilian Anderson of this third in the race city who is a close will withdraw Advocate InSomeMil L U HUOIIBS went to Louis ville yesterday Mug HUNIEY MASON of Danville Is with Mrs W P Tate toLouisville fromEgertontimo with relatives here orIndepondenceMants Mr and Mrs E T Ponce Mil T A KICK and Mrs Joo S Klce attended the uraloC their relative ToesdayMn GBO BB T who now divas at sisterhissof 88 yuan Mlw H J McItonnitTS and laugh CantonMoors brother Mr J E Bruce whereIn caseWhon willMrIn Lincoln who would like to see him honored with the nomination for Con gross LOCALS GOING PAST210511k organdies a 17e Sovoranco Son UKV ALHUBD HIRCIKS will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday mon ing and evening ALL persons having stock in the Lin coln County Fair Association will please Cumminso1VAtiNUWoman to cook and do house work in small family Good Symdp as Ky Tim fair company has contracted 1with Mr John A Allen for an amphi theatre about 160 feet long and 10seats high It will be rain proof and modern In ovary particular TilKUB will be n homo talent show at tho opera house on the evening of July 12 that day of tho fair Miss Ella May Sanders will have charge of It and will present the beautiful play A Womans Honor We are informer that L N Buchwanan and Sam Tilfrey of Crab Orchard who won hurt in the wreck in Louis vile some 18 Jays ago The former was paid OO and tho latter 450 Mn I Ifnuaehas resigned as chief of tho firo department on account of his removal to the suburbs of Stan fond Mr II J McllobcrU was chos en fire chief in his stead with Mr W H Wearen second firo chief Both of firerenergy do It Mr Bruce made an excellent chief and during his management flora splendid work was done TaN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM Brown Roberts will present the moral tern perance drama Ten Nights Ina liar Room in their tent which will be stretched back of Mr J B Goochs Wednesday night next 20th This play is endorsed by press and public and has been witnessed by millions of peo ple but it is still copular and we predict n tent full will see it here Wednesday night The company carries 25 people and has a magnificent brass band and orchestra DIED OF HER BUUNS Mrs Jacob Kissllng of Louisville sister of Mr IitCamenischof this place died in Louis villa from burns received while fighting flames that were about to take tho life of her little who hail overturned n lamp The child was saved but the mother was so badly burned that she died n few days later Mrs Kissling Is survived by her husband and seven children She had arranged to visit her relatives hero this week CEIEI1UATIONTheI ment for the benefit of the old Mason Ic home will bo held at the falr toundsI in Crab Orchard Saturday and that everybody is invited to bring a basket There be no charge for admittance to the fair grounds a free will offering will bo taken for tho old Masons Circulars will be Issued in a few days Mr John Holtzclaw will deliver the address of welcome and J Mort Rothwcll of Lancaster willLbe ono of the speakers New Combs and Belts sesslltl Big lino of Torlono Combs nutl She Combs and Red Cross llnir Pine New Black 0rey nhcl White Kiel Bests A GOOD secondhand 35horso power engine for sale Jpnn S Murphy Mc Kinney Tile L willsell roundtrip tick eta to Louisville today at 330 good returning Monday TUB First National Bank has ordered n lot of Safe Deposit Boxes which will arrive and be set in place soon I STILL have on hand plenty of sweet potato cabbage and celery plants Cab bage heads now ready for sale J W Brackctt TIIHRB will beno excursion train run to Cincinnati noxt Sunday owing to shortage of equipment Agent J y Rico Informs us MRS MAuDe CURD writes from Louisville that Vane her fouryearold son died on the 8th and was burled in Cave Hill cemetery TUB Salt Sulpher well at Crab chard will be open all day Saturda- s Juno 23rd for the benefit of those at tending the free basket dinner George U Lyne I HAVE disposed of my drug stock to es prte store of J L Beazley All those in debted to me will please call and settle their accounts with me at once Wi- N Craig TUB open session memorial ser vices of the Odd Follows at their hall Tuesday evening proved an enjoyable occasion Tho lodge room was tastily decorated with flowers and evergreens splendid music was furnished an Messrs A C Sine and J C McClary made timely talks A CRAB ORCHARD friend the young man sends the following and asks its publication Bain Culton the Daniel Boone of Fall Lick Creek and Dicks river has just returned from Lexing ton where ho has been In school sine October lIe graduated in tho cit school receiving the highest honor i his class He Is now tho protege of Gen W H Gentry who has secured him tho scholarship at the State Col on account of his promising qualifications shown in the city school Gen Gentry Is very proud of his pro tege and feels he will not only be a honor to Lincoln county but the State In the near future A VKRY delightful occasion indeed was the entertainment given by and Mrs T A Rice at their prett country homo Wednesday evening in honor of Misses Pauline and Margarel- doc t er Some 30 couples were pre ent anti from 830 r to nearly 1 A happiness reigned supreme In the receiving lino were Mr and Mrs Rico the Misses Hockcr and Miss Lucy tirosoI who entertained were Mr and Mrs J H Shanks Miss Dolllo McRoberta and Mr W S Embry and Mrs J S Rice The homo was beautifully decor ated with yellow and white predoml nating Ices and cake from Benedict of Louisville were serve and delightful frappe was enjoyed dur ing the evening The young people are under lasting obligations to Mr and Mrs Rico for an exceedingly en joyablo evening and they are loud in their praise of tho splendid host and the charming hostess CIRCUIT CouRTJaes Plummer Sr James Plummer Jr and Thomas Plummer of the East End were ac quitted of the charge of grand larceny James Winters charged with stealing a watch from JQO Upthegrove was given 100 days in jail Most of Wednesday and all of yester day was taken up in securing n jury Jr the case of R E Leo Sims for killing John R Farris and tho jury is not yet complete After exhausting the regu larpanel 50 men were summoned these did not furnish enough acceptable jurors and yesterday 10 men were brought from Boyle These were ex amined and still a jury was not made froniout of that yetIin this case is represented by Judges J W Alcorn M C Saufley and lion Robert Hording Commonwealth At torney Charles A Hardin and County Attorney W S Burch tiro assisted i the prosecution by Messrs Harvey Helm and J S Owsley Jr 1 i Now is tho timo to get your twine See E T Pence ITHOUSE sheets cooling blankets etc for lair stock J C McClary II FOR SALE Ono of theI best modern 40 barrel capacity flouring II mills with elevator attached Will LterestWill sell nt a bargain D V Kennedy Co Stanford Ky Tim fair is leas than a month off and everything is being gotten in readiness for the great exhibition Horses and horsemen will bo hero from many coun ties while visitors will como from all quartets July 12 13 and 14 will be gala days in Stanford Come and enjoy them with us TilE 10th district convention will meet with the Hustonvillo Christian church Juno 28 and 29 three sessions the first day The first day is C W B M day TheYGarrard Madison Rockcastlo and Pu laski counties A full attendance is expected and delegates are earnestly re quested to send in their names prompt ly to G W Mills in order that enter tainment may be provided for them Papers in the other counties will kindly copy this notice J C 11Tae Cincinnati Enquirers announce mcntof Hoyden Dunns death in that city was erroneous according to the coroners statement That paper slatI cd that the young man had committed suicide when the coroner was undecid greatdjionally and in order to straighten up he sometimes took small pellets of mar phlnc and it is not improbable nor im possible that ho accidentally took too much this time The bottle spoken of by the Enquirer did not contain poison but bromidia which Is frequently tak cA for nervousness The paper was al Mnyoung contrary it was in his pocket and had been well preserved It was an exceedingly kind such an one as might have been expected from an indulgent rather to a son Of course it Is not known that Mr Dunn lid not fromnment to Mr M S Baughman of this place and the lather it seems to us it was an accident Anyway there was no reason for his taking his life and it is hard for us to think that he t1Yand was well thought of by them Ho went with them in October last and his inawas reo puto with his employes who did every thing possible for Mr Dunn and Mr Baughman they were in the city NOTICETIll iiniliTslnniil ooimnlttw l y nil onlvr of ttie Lincoln County HnnlCourt to iiurilinM tools for tin dirt county romlK will on the all lily of July liuo tin conn tycourt room recelte senlell LI1 for said- tools mill the contract to ftirnlKli them uwunlitl to the lowest and UBt tildclcr with tin right nMTvinl liy thi coininlttfv to re tvhotnukcdllfiitlou ot tin hrniul ot nx will tho unnlc of tlHliiipIoniciitKiinil touUir ntH Milnt wrought Iron Ktiuuliinl tnii licnin nmt strop luuullvii tn IKIUII with extra jiolnt n fcnimrn round iHittoni tray Inohfn rnimclty aculilo foot ImiulluM on sides runncrx on l ottoiii nod w lht Hi shovels solid glee OH luuk U hllndhN II1lh8I1t polnl one hlllhillmnlmlllonhilif round pointed HO plik weight from u to 7 pouniU and good- xltel ytO pick handles tirade nlt lie liniuinim uiiKjuiiilKln wol lit and steel for each SI liamlleaNo iTim bidder to whom contract It nwimlrd will dillvvr said tools mid linplonuiitf tn Stanfonl It Adams Oio II Cooper uinl It O Wnrrvn Committee June II no- wSchool Treasurers Land Tax Sale 111I8trlt No fil levied on for school tax tnilxsoil before tlit courthovisn door JnHtnn fonl Lincoln county RII Momlny July l lum It Ixlng county court tiny nt lwi Iloriior ncris t 111 296tI1lUll hrs Muttliuw ncrun 75 r lUOncrvv IKS 11M nultlnr3lrstDnuros I6S Untr 1e1 ry Sfinorvn I rJ J Itusk ItntncrM J lrl OxO 1 Olllf1 1 VaiiVrHdnUi lou llTncros 5 Hull lint Kurly 123norun 87- 8liriulloytiTtailcrri 1 7S W M MUKlHY nlatrlctTrunsururNoAl IDistrict No 53 District No levied on for school tnr to lNiM Mon Mt mlav Jill 0 efore the iourtfhoUMxIoorlnHtanfortlIlncolntpunA tin KyiitlIWV It Iwlng c 44nKliii nilg IS acre 1131311jRr1tY l1Iatrlct TrenxtirorNotJ q July Remnant Sale Be0b gins the 2d Continues two weeks Begin lo save your pennies now for this grca Fnlg r aaews 1 uARTtlAFFnER MARX GARMENTS i impart that indescribable air of re finement which is the distinguishing feature o- fPROPER CLOTHES Those best posted in Clothing know the superiority of 1IAHT SCHAF PKER tC MARX MAKlj Every garment is guaranteed all wool and r satisfactory or your riioiioy back If you prefer ALL WOOL to cotton mixtures let us clothe you 1Copyright Cummins McClary i Stanford Kentucky t s Are YOU Ready lor The Fair slsraasns Only one month till the Great Fair begins BEREADY t Now is the time to make your Fair clothesLinen Suits and Hats and White Shoes and Parasols will be in great demandA line of materials for Wash Suits and Hats and an ample stock of White and Colored Parasols and White Shoes to be found IIL M HUBY CO-t Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY if The Interior Journal IllJtrtd in tM Post Of ce at Stanford a mndt Ian matkr1- 131L1ef1BU TtJlSSUAXS AND ri II VYB AT 100 PER YEAR CASH men not so paid tJOO will be charged NAPOLEON Kfcrk Jack 15I hnnds high Wns sired b lilacshdnm y 3rttjRtons Jlnm No who wneeeonatHtlgnhUinls etw Peters lllack hawk Sel dent y seno IIIRres 110 to Insure n MrtrVeolt tho lltare forfeit aotaatraace No nsponelhlllly for ncchltIIU K Stanford I- CyINSURANCE ltto end Pie Ltghtnlng axident None theHTROAOKHTand Hble RnteapGunrnnt Pd oLouPaying lleo wflUotqualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bredI i You can see them by calling on we B G Fox Livery Feed t Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce 8 Oarter livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission itock Pene In Connections Two Farms For Sale wI wish to tell privately my fnrm of 170 atresS miles Wist of on tilt MM well WelltteurcdymyofLwaterla tlmtwr JW repair Also nn unimproved farm of le0 nerel tYIng midway between Lancaster uud fx- Bgto plke Goal outlet each wn Well inced Terms reasonable TI HKHKIMl Xnrkibury Ky r Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothlne when there 1110 little difference In the price of high irade suits nnd n suit innue to lour measurement tnkpn by an experienced tallorT I have n handsome line Hprlng hammer goods I can make rrollllliow price loilnosssulUo the finest dress suit Also rerconts trousers nnd fancy vests The vmpany I represent Is one of the best H C RUPliEY the Tailor JDail TraHlortDKALVB IK 1mssii Brandy Wines Boar Gioars Etc Carpenter House STANFORD KY 0100 to Depot Proa t an Atlentlon Nothing LIh lu HOrlsk Mel pbons er talagrapt faint rscalrs Bronjt attention INSURANCE Place your business in the oldest and strongest company in the vorld 0011 talk with IL M Rowland who will show you the your ago and oirenmstunccsMaims paid prompt- lyr Dividends paid annually or defer 5ed R M NEWLASI Agent ITntiml Life Insuranpe Co of N YI Organized 1843 e teeaT r Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarncssSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 39 JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur CZ iiture MattingsHugs They villjexchango Furniture for all Kinds of Slock Give Them a Call Prices Right t STANFORD KENTUCKY I FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon SALEFresh Jersey cows T ARk Seo Myers Good before you contract for threshing In Nicholas county 31 mule colts were sold at an average of 100 Mrs Mary Welch sold to G D Mc Collum of Junction City a black geld ing for 175 I will stand my fine Jersey bull Don Pedro 2nd at 1 cash at the pen Jas A Estes Stanford The effects of the late John C Hor ton were bought by his widow and his son John Horton and the sale of Tuesday was calledoff FOR SALEA few elegantly bred Duroc boars February farrow Sire and dam from best herds In Kentucky R H Crow R F D No 2 Stanford Sanders R Morton of Harrodsburg have bought 8000 lambs in Mercer WashIngton and Anderson counties at from 5 to 6 cents to go from June 10th to August 15th A bad scare of shorts in corn Tues day sent prices up nearly two cents a bushel above the previous high price of the season July touching 60 cents in the New York market 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 The Executive Committee of the Farmers Institute recommended to the States Board of Agriculture that the State Farmers Institute be held at Shelbyville on January 15 J T Bingaman has sold his farm of 109 acres to W P Grimes at 50 The farm adjoins Mr Grimes place Mr Bingaman is undecided as to where he will locate but we very much hope he will not leave the county- A BARGAINAbout Iu9 acres of good land 61 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 Rc 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 Kentucky Fiar 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 183 days Hustonvillc July 253 days Danville Aug 13days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 224 days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Aug 301 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 111 days Following The Flag When our soldiers went to fub3 and tho Philippines health vif the most important consideration Wil lis T Morgan i tirod Commissary Sergeant U S A of Iturul Route Concord N H says l was two years in Cuba and two years In the Philippines sad being subject to olds I took Dr Klnfjs Now Dis covery for Consumption wblih kept nil In perfect health And now in tow Hampshire we find It the best nedicinu In the world for coughs olds bronchial troubles and nil lung Hseasei Guaranteed at Icnnvs Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Jrab Orchard Price 5 f and 81 Trial bottle freer In the Federal Court at Kansas City thoIof granting rebates to the Armour Swift Cudahy and Nelson Morris pack ng companies on export shipments rhs penalty involves a fine of from 000 to 2000 on each count The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M P Borroughs an old and wellknown Resident of Bluffton Ind says I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trouble I make this statement after having used the remedy In my family for several years I am nevcrwithout It This remedy Is almost sure to bo need ed before tho summer Is over Why not buy It now and bo prepared for such an emergency For sale by W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford CHURCH MATTERS Among the curiosities of church arch itecture is a church In Santa Rosa Cal with a seating capacity for 200 which is built entirely of timber sawed out of a single rosewood tree Daniel Thornberrys store at Brooklyn Ind was blown into kindling wood because Thornberry had been supplying liquor to the citizens of the town and especially to the boys IHAIRol rrovtiv Nver F1I1 to Betor Oray Ullr Ounsp to Residence For Sale I Juicing located twrmanontly In Mt ster ling Ky over for sale nt Imrmiln my do ulrublo ri ilinci on Hustouvllle Ht In Htnn fond Ky For particulars write me nt 31t Sterling K or W Bright nt the Lincoln County National Hunk Julia r JOXKH FARM FOR SALE Having moved to Gilberts Creek desire to sell my farm of acre on the Stanford Crab Orchard pike S miles front Crab Or chard Farris Is well Improved with rom AllInlook over the tilnce can rail on Mr lkldon- who lives on the turn I J HMITU Gilberts Crook Ky NOTICE I I have two large storerooms for sale nt Orlando HoekcnMIe county one of them In xO the other aixi with two Rood ells roonmnnd lInl to III worth of eenerul inerchniidUe three town 1010 containing about XH none one Itlllld UOtld rottageloueeAnnual Fulla 1iIlwrnlllwrehllndl fliuiu to t3auayenr Over n million fret of goal UrnIIroak chestnut and pine Intnla r on ntlck About live inllv front nillrtuidt wo saw mills Just tnovliiK Into the above boundary of timber Write for further particulars J A WOOl Orlando Ky ZEMO ANY OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ YOUNGS LETTER Youthful Ioit loridaNew Orleans I Cuba reached n comfort via WJN CRESCfNT ROUTE AND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY ChJccffo h Florida Special la Smite Janouy Ub Std Solid Pullman Train Lear CI CINMATI 029 TM LtXIIIIJTOlf llrto P U 11AIIVULB 12iOAU till w nd Obnrrvatlon Cm IM Jerk imi AuKintine via ChstU Iioo tail Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Levee CINl I4KATI B3O A M LEXINdTON 1033 M J ar oorhPullman Klcrjfn llifiCA Othrh vstion uu lllnlnc Can for JirkionrtK rL AiifilnfKhrevoiK rtincl SrirOrlnuis viat OatunooEo AtluutAondnirraln Queen Crescent Special Polkl train Clnrinnati UXirisln Din vllln to New urleaM u fhaltatwon cad uino tinoiirli Iullnun rewire to Jacknonvlllf via Ailievlllo and Havunnah and fhartailon- Wlnlrr tourUt tetra now on cleatreduced rata For Information apply Chas W Zen D P A CindnnatJ- II tClan t P a T xllloa xr I tennl w r RISXIIMOI Pac1tcfxNATt Mr Ewing Vounf Stonefort IIL Cured bjr Zemo After SU Years Torment and humiliation a FORM 1l MR Itirmlnffbam STONBFORT ILL April 3 Igor E W Rosa MEDICINE Co St Louis Mo Dear SirsIt is a source of pleasure for me to permit you to uso my picture before and after cured by ZEMO and to tell what ZEMO did for me I doctored this caso of Acne pimples for six years and spent several hundred dollars with physicians and specialists The more salves and creams I used the worse my face became Mr Ira Blackman recommended ZEMO Eight bottles entirely cured me and I honestly believe ZEMO is the best remedy In the world for any Gf rah1 skin disease Yours very truly Je GUARANTEED AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD naexrvoageuM lMa + M3glL For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of Und iltuate lull outside of tows limits on the Bomem pike louse he i 7 rooms kitchen and sei rants room good cellar stable and all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for tockl J P IIAILEY Attention Farmers I WotuivopurclniMxl n now and voiuplvt ThruiuInK Outfit nun tutu preiMiivil tit kind ol tiin sinni tor Hooter Tliu nmclilii In of tilt J1OOe stake Bud Is the lest to had Wo will Ikgut surlcut W M Itrlgnr taut Invite inrlllere to cull and Intpvoi uur outlet uUrHhlil rfcVrtSM- KlKlii iuuiMkl Uo Ky Jesse W Sweeney FftOrIITOR Food and Solo stable ifLanoaster Ky illdorses wellfed and cared for Up to isle rlJr8 at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSES I CLAll SON Prcri JUNCTION CITY KYr- trstOlass Turnout at Reasonable Rate Bprelal Atteatlon to Traveling Men drain and Uay For Bain A S PRICESurgoon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Wayntsburg Marble and Gran He Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor bender In nnd Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble llnliid IxtttTi n HpoclMtr OUlce and work Waynesburgky n II PadgvttAgt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We are prepared to write Insurant Life Accident Fire or t Tornado And solicit the business of the cltlitns of the Kust Knd None but the lest compan lee represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Have n talk with us ln fon placing your In surnnce of renewing old tollcUS Mst your propitty with us andwe s 1I1t for you charging you only a small per CHit POSTED We whose names appear below trlctl forbid hunting itching or any kind of trill passing on our places and will pro ute violator to the full extent of the law Mn Kate Ador Bclehrnbech Fln s Fred VonOruonlgsn Albert VonOruenlfi Fred VonAllman Pied lUuintnn Alfred Simpson Oeorce llolrars Hiss Mettle II Hewes B Relcbenbucb Charles Oummtns Joe Mellon A O Dunn S Holmes W EAmon Wit uhertj M J Iloffmnn U 0 Elmer Peter W Tarter J Nerln Curter Mrs lUyden Welch A U Root J E llruce BboratVir Thomas Kerrlll Green Korrlll F J Conn John B Oaml1lla b Sam TrwllrldjtI Inter llalaier Charles Eusslln Prank Curdle John Meier HMnuet Llndte Jacob Oitder Mrs Alice LJtle David Stephens Mary Horftnaat L P Nunnelley J w lUughm- Porlstena Orasoo J 0 Carpenter Jacob jwiweln Sam Dameroo- Mm j Afhtook Fred llaiulorf W 00AMONG H f3J WHITES rqT M1 R 1 5 PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get u bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits lode from Epsom Water Carbonated- Stops the Dope Unlit It is easy Yy our Diamond Ilrnnd Splits For fl1o tit Drug Stores Soda Fountains tnfes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Vhites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orpbard Ky i TROUSERSWe have the snappy est line of Gents Trousers in town Prices 1L 00 to 500 4 HOE SAM Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats ot1t Cap Iatlics and Gents FuruLilt r ing Etctbn store that sees you money- Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY i the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000tt t t DEPOSITS January J J906 24600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J 0 PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS r J B OwHLtr Stanford B II eiuxK Stanford O W OAHU TororrivllU W II Cuuxix IreAclirmllle L O Oaten Wsjnrtbnrjr W H TKATLOK OllocrU Creek It L llunnlc Lancaster W O WALKKIU HUuford J H KonTtii SUnford W II tfiUKK Stanford J II IAITUX Stanford W0 rvMivotfeilljr llctl tilt noullll of Imllvulimli Vlrull orllOfAtJon hank and hanker and art pniimrvd to furulih sit depositor such npcoiiimixUtloni ns are roiiiltlrul with safe Imnklnu Mixli ru ftjr Deposit hoses In our vault lor UM of our Cuttomvrt II Are detracted from if the interior dec orations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired effect The benefit of ortr experience and iour many facilltlos are at your disposal IPnilltl Oils VanjUlios tits High School SilVpltos and Sun Y dries First National BankStanford Capital Stock 550000 Tbtslnstltntlon was otlelnally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In Hit then reoreanlted as the National Hank of Stanford In ISiS and agate reorRRnlied at the First National llailc of Stanford In 1883 having had practically an uninter rupted existence fur It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Cor t poratlons Solicited I f Officers J UOOKEIi Ptes BT IlAHiim V Pros J JUCUOIIKHTS Ohr W WEARENAsitObn 1 r ltoldlJanYIII 8 T Hurls Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner MeKloney M D Eluore Stanford It IUuhra n Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas IloMnson Hubble I II Ilnuzhtoan Stanford J Pettus Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford for 1 J Strap Sandals for the hot days beautifully made stylish welted soles They please the little ones J and satisfy the parents WE Perkins at4 ROBINSON kJNECON1cORTS IGIBBONS Dlrecllotsf Comfortable Children Crab Orchard IKentuckyt1I Read The l Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky i