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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxiv nu STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 19 1900 NO 27 IMr C MATRIMONIAL U Gritton and Mrs Mary Ioultcr were married at Harrodsburp Davo Fox and Mills Mnttio Jones both living near Moroland eloped to Tennessee Satunlay night to have their hearts and hands joined George P Crow of Danville and FMiss Amanda Stone tho charming daughter of Judge J Boyle Stone of today Liberty will bo married at Lexington Hen Fcrrill Jr and Miss Aliic Pey ton both of Moreland eloped to Ten nesscc Friday night and were mado one Tho bride Is a daughter of D H girlClaude Peyton and Is an exceedingly pretty Hester of Klngsvllle son of r Daniel Hester of this place and Miss t Vefba Gooch will be married at tho prospective brides home at Waynes burir today She is the daughter of Mr 10S Gooch and is quite pretty and popular Mr Hester is a prosperous young fanner AN EMIIAUHASSINO OitOKnA man entered a wellknown restaurant in New York tho other day and beckoned to a waiter Bring me ho laidIItwo fried eggs ono fried on one side avid ono on the other Tho waiter looked slightly puzzled but answered Yes sir and disappeared toward tho kitchen t Ten minutes later ho returned look ing decidedly worried Would you mind repeating that or der afrV ho asked I want two fried eggs said the diner one fried on one side and one on tho other The waiter again disappeared in the direction of tho kitchen After a longer wait than before he returned his cloths disheveled and his faco bruised and scratched I beg your pardon sir lie said hut would you mind having boiled cggdl Ive had words with tho cook harpers Weekly Deadly Serpent Bites are as common In India as arc utomarh and liver disorders with us For the Utter however there Is a sure remedy Klwtrle Hitters tho trront re storative incillclno of which S A Brown of HennetUvllle S C says J Thoy rcfttorod my wife to porfcct health niter years of suffering with ilysiwpslu unit n uhronUally torpid liver Klfclrte HtUuin tine uhUld nnd over molnrlu lillimisiiiwn lamo Pack kidney trouble and bladder disorders Sold on Guarantee by Iennys Drug Store Stanford Lyn Broil i cab Onhard 1rli e Oa h QUKEU SALUTATIONS Th re nro t many curious forms of Mkitntion lime ticed by different nnUow When tie Laplander meets n friend ho gravely walks up to him and prtwlng his nose against the olfactory organ of his ac quaintance ruts it vtol ntly from side to side Tho Scuth Sun Islanders salute each other by rubbing tholr hands or foot against tho cheek Tho Turks consider it n mark of In decent familiarity to remove their head dress In tho presence of company and i in nearly all Oriental countrio tho peo plo seldom remove their hats ns n salute t In Japan as In other Kastorn com rnunitlea shoes are never worn In the houses Tiio Chinese are profound In their salutations and n code of various complex greetings Is prescribed and learned by all Chinamen IL Ward of Dyersburg Tenn htw This Ito certify that I have Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for and Ithas proven without a doubt to bo n thorough practical remedy for this trouble and it is with pleasure I offer my con scientious reference G L Penny Dentist to working man who has just saved him from drowning My dear man how can I express my grat Rude 1 Como to my oflico any time and Ill pull every tooth in your head for nothing If your stomaoh troubles you do not conclude that there Is no euro for u great many have boon permanently cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get ft free sample at W NCralgs drug storo and glvo them u trial They also euro consti patlou and biliousness The vote that I esteem said tho statesman is tho voto that is not boughtYes answered Senator Sorghum you con figure that as clear profit s Tho celebration of tho 60th anni versary of the formation of the Repub lican party was begun in Philadelphia when exercises wore held in tho hall originally ovcupied- Lawrenceburg and vicinity experienced ono of the severest hailstorms In years Sunday HON U W MILLEK Of Madison county candidate for Congress in this district Here and There Gen Howard Porter of Massa chusetts a veteran Y M C A worker died suddenly D T Caldwell a millionaire banker politician and physician was found dead In bed at Adel la Death was duo to old ago homecoming week carne to a fitting close Sunday night In Louisville with the religious services held at the Ar mory and attended by 8000 persons The anniversary of tho death of Max imo Gomez was celebrated in Havana Addresses were made by leaders and n tablet was placed on tho homo in which he died A H Lewis has been elected presi dent of Ogden College and will reor ganize the acuity Ills homo is In Bowling Green and ho Was chosen over a largo number of applicants Fifteen hundred residents of Madison Wis left homo because a Negro proph ealcd tho dcstructon of the city and then returned disgusted with them solves when nothing happened With a view to securing for Louisville ono of tho next national political conventions leading Louisville busi ness men have already consulted with the heads of the different railroads entering Louisville Little Alice Kyle of Marietta 0 has confessed to having caused the wreck of tho Pennsylvania flyer In which two passenger coaches were over turned and the engine tender and mall car hurled down an embankment Tho girl who Is 12 years of ago says that she wedged H rail bolt between tho ends of two rails just to see the train smash It as it had smashed nails and pennies at other limes for her CRUnCH MATTERS Hov N W Hiking aged 05 and tho oldest Baptist preacher In Kentucky Is dwul at Fulton aged 05 The Boyle county W C T U will hold Ita annual cojnty convention at Junction City Wednesday v James M Woolworth an attorney of National reputation and also prominent in the affairs of the Episcopal church of tho United States Is dead at Omaha Neb aged 77 Rev P J Hoss will begin a protract ed meeting nt the Methodist church next Sunday morning assisted by Hev J W Crates of Newport All are in vited to attend Itcv 0 M Huey tho popular pastor of the Baptist church has returned from Versailles where ho conducted n very successful meeting there being 35 additions to tho churchSomerset Mountaineer Kev Alfred A Higgins pVeached two excellent sermons at the Presby tenon church Sunday in tho absence of Rev Gilbert Glass Ho is a good forcible speaker and clearly expounds the scriptural teachings Good judges who heard his sermons say they would have been a credit to a man many years his senior and much more ex perienced Death From LooKJaw newer follows nn Injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its an tiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Honssoluorsvlllo N Y writes It cured Seth Hutch of this place pf tho ugliest sore on his neck lover saw Cures Cuts Wounds Dura and Sores 25o nt Pennys Drug Storo Stanford Lyno Ilros Crab Orchard Did you attend DeSmithora silver wedding 7 Didnt know ho had beet married 25 yearS Yes five wives five years each Instead of putting food into tho oven to keep hot for lato corners cover it closely and place over a pan of hot wa ter The steam will keep tho food hot and at the same timo prevent it from drying NEWS NOTES William Sexton died at Owlngsvillo from eating poisoned salmon Henry County went dry Saturday 1000 or about five to one E B Pickett was killed in a fight at a base ball gamo nt Grassy Lick Preliminary work on the Philippine Island railroads will begin at once A severe earthquake shock lasting five seconds was felt In San Francisco Friday An early morning fire destroyed a large once building in St Louis and did damage of over 100000 Robert Caldwell hanged himself to a tree In Huntington W Va He was u wellknown ex Confederate Sanford Faulkner a prominent Scott county farmer was found dead In bed Death was caused by heart failure Flvo men were killed on a handcar in Polk county Tennessee as the result of being run down Ira freight train Representative of Georgia who was Injured Friday in Washington by falling through skylight died Sat urdayLast year was a recordbreaker as re gards traffic in precious stones in tho United States Sapphires led tho ex ports and diamonds the Imports At the end of the present college year Prof Thomas II Loundsbury of Yale will terminate his active connection with the university after a service of 37 years Hiram F Deukeling a farmer living near Zion City III is dead and his wife and daughter are seriously ill as the result of eating cornmeal muffins The case Is a mystery Tho Cleveland 0 grand jury re turned indictments against 10 of the most prominent coal dealers and firms of that city charging them with being in a conspiracy in restraint of trade Martial law has been declared in Blalystok but Jewish revolutionists are said to be keeping up tho fight It is estimated that 100 persons have been killed and 200 people arc lying wounded in tho hospitals of tho city Tho famous Virginia Silver mining case in which is involved tho title to Iron ore on State lands now under lease the value of which is estimated at 100 000000 has been argued and submitted to the Minnesota Supremo Court The battleship Georgia on her official speed trial ofT Portland Me made a record of 1920 knots an hour not only exceeding by more than a quarter of a knot the speed required by her contract but establishing herself ad the fastest battleship of tho United States navy Stanley Webster of Cynthiuna is seriously ill from physical breakdown and nervous prostration Ho has de litmus intervals and says his condition is due to overwork domestic troubles and the fact that tho prose attempted to reflect upon his action in procuring Jetttf confession at Cynthiana- In accordance with the wishes of Sirs Cassio L Clmdwick who is now confined in the Ohio penitentiary all her personal effects which were exempt from seizure by creditors when sho was declared to be a bankrupt will bo sold nt public auction In Cleveland Wednesday On Sunday a heavy rain wind and electric storm did several thousand dol lars damage in Lexington and Fayette county Mrs J W lIonaker was knocked down by lightning shock but was not seriously injured Lightning struck trolley wires stopping two cars shocking passengers slightly Many trees were struck by lightning A hail storm three miles out on tho Nicholas villo road did great damage to crops of all kinds HowBream UpaCold 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 are a dry loud cough a profuse watory discharge from tho nose and ti thin whlto coating on tho tonguo When Chnmborlalns cough remedy is taken every hour on tho first appear unco of these symptoms it counteracts tho effect of tha cold and restores the system to u healthy condition within n day or two For salo by W N Craig the popular druggistStanford So you lost your position 7 we ask our young friend who has demanded our sympathy Yes the firm told mo I would have to quit What reason was given 7 eI smokedcigarettes Why that seems hardly a sufficient reason for such drastic action Yes but I was smoking the boss cigarettes and ho caught mo at it Judge If you will mako Inquiry It will be a revelation to you how many succumb to kldnoy or bladder troubles In ono form or another If tho patient Is not beyond medical aid Foloys Kidney Curs will euro It never disappoints G L Penny HUSTONVILLE James halt killed a snake on the Mid dlcburg pike that measured seven feet In lengthD Allen shipped four double deck cars of lambs to Cincinnati for which ho paid GJc Dame Rumor has it that four of the favored sons of the West End will mar ry this week Up to date tho wheat harvest Is pro gressing satisfactorily and tho yield quality and price is good Matt Crow of Shelby City lost a fine colt by Tho Warfield The colt could havo been sold for 200 at weaning timeParker Swope is expected home this week from a visit to Lebanon Mrs Wm North Sr was painfully injured by a fall last week Rev S B Landers subject for next Sunday morning Is Spiritual Resur rection Evening As thy Day so Shall thy Strength be At the Mc Kinney Presbyterian church Sunday af ternoon at 330 subject Tho Lions RoarThe home of W J Campbell near town was entered through la window last Friday during the absence of tho family and 15 taken from a drawer Tho job was not the work of a profes sional and the party will likely be turn ed over to Jailer Herrin soon Charles Lutes has sold his wheat crop to Anderson Spillman at 80c deliver ed at Moreland T J Robinson has sold his farm adjoining the city limits to Robert Chrisman at 75 Mr Chris man is a native of Wayne county but has been living near Hubblo for some timeMrs C W Lander of Princeton is tho guest of Rev S B Lander T Mack Holmes of Crab Orchard went to Olympian Springs on crutches nearly two weeks ago suffering from rheuma tism He left Saturday for his home sufficiently cured to go without crutches and to do his own harvesting Walker W Lyon and family of Augusta Kas are visiting his brother G C Lyon John Dinwiddie of Whll land Okla is visiting friends and rel atives in the West End Mr John Dol lins now chief of police of Waco Tex one of our native sons who left here at the age of 14 is visiting P Goode and wife 4 Tho fall association expects to bo ablo to announce next week the en gagement of some extra good free at tractions for their coming exhibition that will surpass the previous efforts of any association South of tho Kentucky river The officials have determined to break all records in attendance and are sparing no time or expense to crown their efforts with success Miss Lelia Wheeler who has just returned from the Conservatory of Music at Rome Ga rendered n beautiful so lo at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning Though fatigued from a long journey sho was in good voice and her rendition was highly complimented Mr Will Woatherford and wife of Texas aro guests of Dr Alcorn and family L M Powell and wife of Missouri are guests of D S Carpenter and family = r Unknown Friends Thoro are many people who huvo used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hoinedy with splendid results but who lire unknown be canto they have hesitated about giv ing u testimonial of tholr experience for publication These people how ever are none the less friends of this remedy They have done much toward making It a household word by their personal recommendations to friends anti nolghhors It Is a good medicine to havo In tho homo and is widely known for Its cures of diarrhoea and nit forms of bowel trouble For salo by W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford UNFORTUNATE I bought a mine Tho mine is mine no more I struck a sharp And he not I struck ore I bought somostock Damo Fortune tried to wool The market changed It brokeand I broke too I loved a girl So dear to me I vowI I wedded her And she is dearer now Some men have luck Of me that cant be said If luck struck mo Im sure twould strike mo dead Puck A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys filter the Impurities from tho blood and unless they do this good health Is Impossible Fo loys Kidney Curo makes sound kid nays and will positively euro all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthenstho whole system 0 L Penny IIiHBinder Twine 11 Cents Per Pound at WeH HIGGINSSpecial Prices on Buggies nnd Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD HE4NTU Ii yd THE VEIL Is not always used to protect theIface from the elements and keep the Hair in position but by many many women and girls to hide the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the skin There Is germ life in the skin and II ZEMO a nice clean liquid for external use Soon kills out this germ and leaves the tape as smooth and soft as that of a childII ZEMO will positively cure all skin and scalp diseases such as Eczema in its many forms ringworm tetter pimples dandruff or any itching skin disease Get a bottle today at your druggists Prepared only by- E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOUIS MO I 1PENNYS laoCall and get one of them If not satisfactory return it and get your money back Good fur roast turkey ham etc Works on topof stove as well Iin oven GEORGE Hi FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Save Money By buying your Refrigerators Wa j ter Coolers FreezersScr een Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware II Groceries c fronljGeorge Da Hopper Stanfdru11Ky 1f Give Your Children An Education Hue Hiiuiitt Memorial Holiool Kstnlillilicil yeari Mm Imilfu rnphl continual growth Nlnn lepartmtnitx ne follower Acn knte Norinul InturmedliiU Primary Music Itiislmm Industrial 1IivMral Culture itii llttblloil TIll cost U small Instruction thorough locution henltliful Influonw wholesome Write forcatulogu- eJC IKWIH 1rlnelpnl London Ky Fit Your Boy or Girl For Business JlookkeonlifKHhorUmml Typewriting iiml all tliolcotiiinurrliil branclie taught In tlio Commercial Department of tilt HUll Honnott MemorlalJSchool HtmlenU now holding Hood poMtlon Diploma Krmltxl to those who IlnUlitlicJf nurse Save one helf tho cost of getting a business education Heptttmlwr U Uie lHwt Umejto 1lln AVrlto for pnrtlcu laru J O IKWIH or K II IYIK Iomlon Kyr yF i The Interior Journal E C WALTON t tJUDGE JOHN WHUGHES II n candidate to repre sent the Eighth Congrmlonul district of t Kentucky In Coneress to Hon Q G Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem i ocratic party R WMILLER JHON Is a rnmlUlnte to njirc Kent tint KlRlith CongreaMonnl District Kentucky In eonlu lion lhtoO Gilbert sulJect to of the len octuple party t M F NORTH It 5 cnmlldntt for lleprrevntntlvpot Lincoln county uhfect to the action IMemo crntlc party SIMPLE but impressive ceremonies marked the laying of the corner stono of the new Kentucky capitol at Frank fort Saturday only two set speeches being delivered Gov Beckham placed the mortar in the bed with a sliver trowel which will be presented to the Kentucky Historical Society Former United States Senator William Lindsay delivered an address on the future of the State and H V McChesney gave the history of the former capitols Gov Beckham and Senator James B McCreary spoke briefly An immense crowd including some of the biggest men in the United States was present TilE action of the insurance companies in resolving to pay only 75 per- centi of the adjusted losses at San Francisco is unjust and arbitrary and i will hurt them more than they will be benefitted financially by refusing to pay their just dues The State insur j ance commissioner of California has a right to summarily revoke the license of any company for cause and it is said that he will do it as well as give the I widest publicity to the methods of those defraud who have entered into the scheme to fAREPUBLICAN paper which is panic at his increasing popularity says that as Mr Bryan grows in popular favor the longer he stays he had better remain on the side all the time But Mr Bryan Iwill heed no such advice He will be 1 back in August and will receive such a demonstration of love and affection lJ that no man in private life has ever before been accorded A tremendous ovation awaits him f THE Supreme Court of California has decided that tuberculosis in either the man or wife is ground for divorce It ought also to bo grounds for withholding license to marry The scourge is terrible enough without transmitting it to posterity POLIITCAL June W Gayle of Owen county has announced his candidacy for the demo cratic nomination for State treasurer t W J Bryan was received with great t enthusiasm by the members of the Rus sian Parliament and his opinion as to their affairs was solicited t Prof R L Pope of Williamsburg i w has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Superin rtendent of Public Instruction- A has been reached by the House leaders whereby the Meat In spection Bill the Pure Food Bill and the Immigration Bill will be passed this 1weekseems reasonably certain that the i Democrats in Pennsylvania will join the Fusion movement thus making a stren uous fight with the Republican machine i certain President Roosevelt signed the bill making Oklahoma and Indian Territory one State and expressed the hope that Arizona and New Mexico will come into j l the Union Congressman Rufus E Lester of Georgia fell through the skylight of an apartment house in which he had rooms in Washington and sustained injuries r that may prove fatal Whistles were blown guns fired and flags flung to tho breeze when the newst reached Guthrie and other cities in Ok lahoma and Indian Territory that the House had adopted tho Statehood bill The Senate has adopted Senator Mor gans resolutions for an investigation by the Senate Committee on Inter Oceanic Canals of the relations of tho Panama Railroad Company to the Pan ama Canal Commission Senator Daniel hasmade a canvass of the Senate in regard to an appropria tion for the Jamestown Exposition and as a result he will offer an amendment to the Sundry Civil Bill making an appropriation of 1400000 The House adopted the lock type for the Panama canal by a vote of 110 tot 36 The provision was made a part off the Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill i and which appropriated 25000000 to continue work on the canal The Iowa bankers convention at Ce- dart Rapids adopted a resolution adversely criticising President Roosevelt for going into the newspaper with packinghouse conditions before taking up the matter with the packers Chairman Wadsworth of tho House committee having the meat inspection bill in charge wrote a vigorous to the President of tho claim the committees bill is not satis tthat He used tic terms in addressing Mr Roosevelt l President Roosevelt wrote another letter to Chairman Wadsworth of the House Committee having the Meat Inspection Bill in charge and admitted being Ivron1n one instance but re iterated his statements in others He again referred caustically to Judge Humphreys of Chicago Chairman Byrley of the Eleventh congressional districthas issued the call for the District Committee to meet in Barbourville Monday June 25 to deter mine the time and manner of selecting the Republican candidate to succeed Mr Edwards in Congress Since the call has been made public lion William Carson Black minority leader in the House in 1001 has announced himself as a candidate Additional Local SOME scoundrel who should now be dangling at the end of a hempen line stole a round dozen fryingsized chick ens from Mrs E C Walton Saturday night BELLE of Lincoln Lodge No 2455 G U 0 of 0 F will give a big picnic near Turnersvllle on July 21 This office got out a big bill advertising the occasion DUNNMr Ike Dun at his homo near Bryantsville Sunday of a complication of troubles and was bur reed at Lancaster yesterday He was known to his friends and they were many as Red Ike Dunn c1I C BROWN of Boyle sold to J Caldwell also of that county 10 shares of stock in the Commercial Bank of Liberty for 2000 The stock belonged to Mr Browns wife and Mesdames C P Brown and J H Sympson SOME skunk shot out an arc light on Somerset Avenue tho other night The penalty for sUch depredation is from two to five years in jail and it is hoped that the rascal who did it will be caught and given the severest punish ment possible FOR SALE PRIVATELyOne of the best modem 40 barrel capacity flouring mills with elevator attached Wil- sell either as a whole or one half in terest Best location in tho city Will sell ata bargain D V Kennedy Co Stanford Ky- WANTEDGentleman or lady witi- good reference to travel by Vail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Stanford Ky IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated 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 Thomp son Kingsville TilE fair is the absorbing topic of conversation here Everybody is in for it everybody is talking it up and ev erybody or nearly everybody is going to it Secretary Cummins is in receipt of a large number of letters from horsemen saying they will ba here while visitors will be on hand world without end Besides a magnificent show of stock there will be a number of free attractions and Storms Military Band will make abundance of the sweetest music ever Make your ar rangements to come the first day and youll stay the other two Remember the dates July 12 13 14 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Andrew J Settle aged 83 is dead at his home in Garrard Dr Sam Scott of Somerset was adjudged insane and taken to Lakeland Asylum Sanford Knight employed in the Q i C yards at Danville was run over by a freight car and had an arm cutoff Sam Lewis is reported to have shot and instantly killed Gen Williams andI Efron Lawson near Carpenter postI office in Whitley county A cave on the Kentucky border not far from Jellico is the latest discovery The claim is made that it has been ex plored nine miles thus farIProf H II Walker merly superintendent of Mercer county schools has just been elected principal of the London Graded School The handsome residence on Rich mond street Lancaster belonging to the Reed heirs and occupied by Louis Walker was destroyed by fire with al1I its contents Cause of fire unknown W C Fish of Paint Lick Garrard county is the guest of his son Dr C A Fish of this city for the cornerstone laying today This is the elder gentlemans first visit to the Capital City in 55 yearsFrankfort JournalI James Mallon R W Houser L M Boyce and R C Renfro saloonkeepers at Harrodsburg were each fined 100 Warrants were sued charging them with entering their places of business while the local option election was in progress General Williams and a man named Lawson were shot and killed by deputy sheriffs in Whitley county during an attempt to arrest them Williams was recently released from the penitentiary and is said to have announced then that he would kill Levi Bays He shot Bays Friday t An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clogged bowola and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to those who uso Dr Kings New Life Pills tire best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Dowels Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 25o Mrs Mary Bright wife of William Bright of Normal III died Saturday aged 61 She is survived by her hus band and several grown children Over 6000 people attended the Home Coming at Richmond yesterday and it was a big day in the history of tha good town FOR RENTThestoreroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Ingleton Apply at this office ExBanker McKnight in the Federal prison at Atlanta has again been refused a pardon Rev J Crouchof has accepted a call to the Baptist church at Sharpsburg William Boston aged 70 was run over and killed by a train at East Bern stadt WANTED to buy a good family horso E C Walton Stanford PARKERS HAIR BALSAM C1tt nwi lid tMuilftti tbt Lair trt7UalrCurt luitjjnrh Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 76 80 acres of land near function CltjrutIn wren la gnu inice youogorchudandoseoftheteat gripe hir tan In keotuc 1irty tot 2 ntmudi of grapes last year Well watered and fencing good ichool and rhurcoee A twostory illroom friine deIUoignol bara ulw etc sill 6UI dwelling of ilx room two nails veranda lo well ai dour and all otter necrstary outbuilding Also lirje blickimllb shop MUM and sued lull length of mop sod nrrrNo Ill Two Lou and loi limited In Crab Otcoild with sir and ODtlinif Jcre lit laud at cIiprlogi ue The bulldlngi ate new and the lenclDgli ordinary Tao loUd gardens sod tote acres U iaiture Will tell eacb place scpirately orauwbole Place on the property ai a whole llSOO No 18A lam of acei one and onehilf plkTwoyouugorcnardbestlnisllktndatrot ol bulldlngi and Itncei sea In good Tmi farm It limited m f9a brit section of Lincoln county sod Ito Weal home Splendid Ire hone bnro nod nil other neceiinry outbuildings delilecboteKood bun and lot and all necessary outbuilding Tbia lila good situated on flat- streetinrtanfonlrrgbtlnthebuiltt lemon 01 town This property will be told of a bargain and ii iplentlld opportunity to some one desiring to go In hitilniM Ft r the store and dwelling being combined will be a great sating in rent etc No 19 9O4 sues of land near Crab Orchard lllA farm of JU acres situated bout mile mum Stanford atid J wilt from Crib Urchin on the wttera of Cider Creek Too place cut In about held and cats be sub About acne Ii In cultivation thuber lutficient W keep ap place One and onebill story frame dwelling of u rooms halls porcnes etc Two good Ire noute birni granary coin nib etc Plane la well water eJ two good cisterns at the door running attest tnrouga firm All buildings In good shaiaegcep one barn fencing fair Price fIS per arre Tenui easy No 111A farm of acre about mile from potliondellluc sod a large bra This property Is on splendid plkeclopto uhotl eta Price US lifracre No 7010 atm of land twostory front cottage rooms ball etc louse Ii new a good garden and splendid orchard of one and one hall ecru fencing two nablei buggy house amok house etc A good well ou pile There U alto rood mill on the place a good crusher In tolls It It rasa by natural cower which la great economy ropnlrIthe county about i uillei from btanford tbere Ii always a ready ale tor the flour and meal ai aoon u ground W e will sell dbls place for 12400 It U a bargain the butldlngt alone could not be put up for lUll money No 140A farm of 160 acrHI mile beyond Kinney Lays well well Improved and n right on pike No t stuck bun box stalls ibtil ec tide and drlreway In cenur other bun and 2 tenant houses 8roou brick resident and kitchen aad all other necotary out bulldlngi llulklngi and fencing In good That place well watered clicrn at bun and house pond ipringi ec About acres In gran and the real In cut tlratlou FrtceWOCOCO No 151100 eels farm about tulle tale tide of Bhilliy room cottage 2 porches No under the kitchen loud bun of 8 rlilt etc Building are In good repair and fencing are moderate Two springs aud good pond on puce About 49 acree In timothy End cloTer ret In woodland Price 15 30flW No IIGA 2iO acre Satin ITIDfoa t U rlrer near Crab Orchard About Iratlon and 44 acre in pasture real In good timber Abou- tt5bearingfrulttreesontheplace2gu 8 rum Swelling crib and very tenant house The bulldlngi are In Tcry good shape but tbe fences are not Tne plate U watered by 5 nerer falling iprlngi This U a good rock farm la offered at a bargain Price only fZ t0l0193170 acre farm near IluitoDrllle Uoo- ddlllnlII1 barn a good portion of this could be told for town loll It ii well watered aid tbe fencing and bulldlngi are In good condition Thliliooeof tbe wt arm In the county The oil Ii rich rand will produce hemp etc rice wNo Two itory frame dwelling 7 rooms ball veranda UooJ garden fencing and house In good repair For ale or rent rIce reaionable No 84 House and fire acre of lead In McKln Ky Neceuary outbulldlngi Fencing good castlermaNo 7329 acre of good lend ill room two itory dwelling well watered good fencing Ii Ii Ibe auburbi ol the city ot Stanford dole to Orated cbooland churches Thliliadenrable home Price reasonable Nas76room frame cottige and one act o laud In Klngivllle Ky Large bun smoke house repairlrlceNo 674 acre ol land cottage of r good lull ana 2 porches jood turn and other uecmary outbuildings Fencing and building In goof repair Place well watered a splendid well wellYoung85500No203A Wayneibuig wctlon about 2ymiles from 2 tall road nations LjbeteenbUD Stxlft feet boxing and hot two good she It watered with naser falling springs and a run feacIlIgWayneburt of Wajneaburg tltt a 8 room cottige etc Tbli pl boJl1tI11I No 11115 acrea of land In the town limit of Rowland about it anci bottom lied and M UtI In woodland The Ii well fenced and water framlbUlldlncmer ant cells other Dtltarl outbuilding Including nib prauery etc In good repair tenting In lint clan tIer all wire ferce Ii a braullful place a ilolrible home dose to town and 11111 cheap ass on easy terms No 98 A tnrin of nt out nUN on one el the In the county A handsome two sloryfrntaedwelllcgnadonecf the lurgeit and Lest barn In he county place U welt wntered stud everything about It Urludii g feno log Ii In iplctiilia repair In it good community close to ichooli lint ulpuut 20 minutes drive liom Stanford Till n very desirable tome Frlre 17401 INo 13230 acre farm 51 tulle of Crab Orchard Ky lirlck dwelling room two tenant bouwi two barns well and iprlng cear dwelling Patio In hlghstale dl cultivation acres rivet tutu land good inuring fruit etc Price HOOO an acm at MlehtanJ Ky wtlllmrrov ed wellwatsrdetc IMce5o- oytCaanecoftautottJamestown roil south of acrestIn lug also an oM dwelling on place A new tarn and wo old onn Ills well watered artS the ftnctng la cood On public rod Price laooo- Nn joooo acres of cotton land In Mlestttl- yTherIenosectlonofcountry whkh oflen to orJCIrturllles tot profiuble as the Micsll- Irr DeiU which u now fitly deccnltelas ire The timber Is becoming morevatu lhattumlerleofromdlmhilihlne are constantly Increasing r chisel of Umber lands In the South hen the tim tier Is removed the land la uneqoaled far agrkultu ral purpoea It produce a tale of cotton te acre or will grow other kind of crop ratted in the temperate tone The toll needs no lerUMieri and Rives a yield Mhkhcanrut be excelled tears are tow the title Is perfect ant tbe man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at pretentprket limakter anwt vettoeat that he will never retret The liiUlsdl tided late trictt ranging from 40 acres to the tract t 17000 ictttto the trart and pikes from M reracre to SI6 per acre according to Nation etc WI are alttlarltel by the company who ewns these UnJt to scats that as usher pertiSa are cslMrlnc doe rcrusc of tkete Beds that we viler time tracts ink tlO rrlor Nle ltlWrawalllOnl IaIrktt or Chaal In net wlthonl notice However wbea Mlltiet they will hold any tact out of market INK Nand rh fur purcbatM tu nuke an tovetlKcawen Aboot toacret of this tand sea been toll by the C play sic we received this oprlon Per lattice par kuUis all Stout oflke Alan n 50 barrel cnlll In Mercer county Ky on Salt Hirer Steam power new up todnte In every xirtlcul r and good dwell nc with Improvement and 10 acres of fine nn d close to Southern rallroa Price fll JJ lat CuttigeU Laieuter feet front IBU All nmwiry outbulldleg eastISO EverylhlaglaoewandIngood chap Cut cental n rooms bilk roes std bamuint Close to Mhool ch iRbH ete t2MttUO IOTlto acme ol land two story front rot INo seven roams ball etc louse Ii new a and splendid erehird ol IH memo ftoHal- too etablearbeg8l hour stools h4 se eta A good Is also a gal mN1 o the place a oil rruihtr In will It Is run I oat ural power which Is a great eeeneiuy and the dam Is In good repslr WIU tell the property at a low figure or lease lt No M Frame hotel large ronras double verse das hMlway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting street 30 fat IroN betel up stair suits ble fordwe tog 2nkeetUgesnicely tarnished and tainted rooms and veranda ash A GoocIIIltJlaft dHI All property and Is a tine thane fur someone to make money Foprlelor lia refuted to reat property for JM per mouth OnanxMintoflllbNlthef hla wit eel reason for telling proprietor desire to exchange for farm In Lincoln county Ho T5A small firm ooa acres of rood land located clop to town Frke I12SO No Wiemef land one mile from Sewenet Ky cut In aeven fieldi Forty acm In cultiva lion 40 acre In pastern balance In limber Ilwel Ing contains teven rooms Large barn and all net euary outbuildings Fences so bulldlnoln iplen did repair Well watered Frlce 1810INo 28 I60acr iof laud In Ford county Kai railroad end jt miles from Arkaniai acree of land Ii river bottom 1ItslOlllrom and In craaa This land Ii Ion atie Allen county Ky on rail road and pike but acres cultivated about 125 in timber und grass and about 150 la grass Timber on place U cut to II Incite but will make barrel timber ablni lei ties and cord wood enough to payfenc the place twice over A Urge part ed There are four dwelling of I room each and one store of twostorlea with room above has wells and spring ot water Ii In 3 mile of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat gras etc for One hal cashHourandOrlet Mill Anderson rounty Ky W barrel capacity covered with Iron built year ago Steam and water power tbe latter S months of the year It U an up todate roller mill with burr for corn lOad meal bolt The engine rl of year run II acre wltb the mill Including what la with tbe house of S rooms All for 620 or 15 500 for the mill and 14 acres One haf cash lira flue trade No mill In 10 tulle No MFlfty acre near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house 6 roomS and inrchaara and other urn In cultivation rat in Ism ber wellwateio180yards from potlofflce school and church lays well on pike and la l cum munlty Frlce IWO No J 000 acrei of land In Casey rounty Uberty and Columbia roils Twelve houses onI Uildenre rooms I1 story weatberUirded doll biru AIou1OU a m- la cultivation Ilulldlngi In modern shale and fencing good loud Umber Well at hour all over place and 2 creeks running through It Will tell the plan ai a whole fur lliOW on easy term or will divide place to roll purchasers No 213 A nice mile 9 loom rattite All necee ury outbuilding and a good utrden About t mile from Stanton 1 his Is a cheap place fries cull No 2I7S1 icrelarmln mile Fhll Iiliory tooth dwelling store houw smoke bo house crib tie All the Lulldlllllf and ftnrtnjj art In fair condition load Milurd about urn tn cultivation flat In good Umber alercd ever filling well and waters ol South Fork rice 12200 Ao210 One vacant lot In Junction CUr at Southeast corner of Iueus Iud Irofion street routing 50 fret on Uiofton slnet and running South on sheet Ml fret Frlce I50 rash No 22lHome and loton Login itrxt In Ulan lord toad garden etc Everything In good reo pilr Trine Jl6W Au 222 Nlre room collate and acre of land I mile Irom City The bouse alone cost 1300 We will sell this place for fluo No 2fOO acne miles Irom Junction City 2 atom room frame dwelling good bun alb ainikhouMctt All In fM repair Including tuciegS1act In gran anti 25 acres In cultiva tion hood ol peaches plums apple etc A plea lld grape nsrbor 2300 bi grape told In one year lace dose to school churches and well watered medicated well at Louse anti itock well at barn etc lrice H50U No 227 About acres of land mile from Crab Orchark un Lancaster A good dwell IlJg well and sit necessary lIulblldID I lace U rIght Tbl U a l home and a cheap Place The owner of Ibis prolertyllreatllesderI- n It and loll made up to lace reserving mineral water right on place It can be bought at a bargain eui lor a price No J turn of 242 acre A handsome mod era 2 itory brick residence nicely furnished mud pto slate In every particular ftore room on lace well located rents Till property II doss to school In a good eOlDmuDlt and It ono ot the Direst ph la incoln county Large barn tb Is well watered ad pay well nut a on IC TIIr1t only about 20 acne In cultivation gran llent of fruit treu ole This Uanidcaf home sod aJPirodld farm Price rtai table No 231210 sera ol land dwelling of rooms eacb large tobacco bun l3l lest long unit to thu 2 small stock barns roodirldVlSdlnlitracing are la by good springs creek etc Splendid tobacco land rata t barrels of torn to Ito acre 11I- slcemikcatheowaerfrom 23 to 20 per cent on Islnvevtment one If not the creIlt Piece of land In Lincoln county If are look Ii chance FIco cheap Is or a bargain this your No 119100 acre farm about miles from town Ill splendldlrj mostly In cultivation well whirr id etc cottiige of rroomi large burn 1rorerty well fenced etc Price J50 Jter ncre No41 dwelling good cellar and crN lint Neverfaillugwellandpdng Fencing- al place close to Central Will snot as mall family Kentucky Real Estate Title Co Stanford Ky We have about 50 TwoPiece Suits from last season Most of them light 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 lthem owing to the advance of material would cost more today than a year ago but to closetthem they go in this sale at 500 a Suit j tSpot Cash Now is your chance H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stocks PARIS GREEN Let us Supply You PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky m gtliJ NNdNlflr I I Rubber Rubber oaaaDaoa I Not rubbqr neck but JtUHKHOID tho heat roofing ramie for the money will last longer thou any rosily roofing on tho market A trial will convince Investigate Is H AidridgeITinner and Plumber STANFORD KENTUCKY I I411 tltert111gr4pact to01 0ISt YOUR WANTS j INiDrugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri r ces by WB McRoberts DRUGGIST I STANFORD PERSONAl supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded d 1 Fast Colored Lawns JH NVliUfi Ground Hjnuk Hluoynnd ned llgurcn Just the thing lor n CQfil dress or dressing saquc AH long ni this lot lasts only gnu per yard Inl 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY r STANKOUD KY JUNI lU 190G DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda nt Penny 8 Drug Store aPERSONALSMil J FGOVBII want up to Curb in Saturday Mit M S UAUOIIMAN wn In Lou 1s vtile Friday MR J C MCCLARY was In Louts ring lull week- Mfl H Jo WAHNKH Wont Hvoml days In Rfehntond Mil AMD Mm S H AIMMlnaNs fdvornl tiara In LoutoYllla ItA1tHe MARY IlACKMiY has return Clnetanntl School of Art Mh ANn MM A C HILL visited Mr find Mrs John B Mcnhon at Somerset PaymyIg nayI W 0llANNON and M1ss Myr OUannon are with friends In Gnr rard MRS W Co HHIL of 1larrodabu- has ref joined Juil o W C un nt tho St AiauhMR ANnnmv MBRSIION anti wife who now live In Tons are with rela tives hero Mn S 11 MARTIN of Mt Vernon WM on Saturdays train returning from LoulavjhIIt Springs Will with hU father Mr T I i Hammonds Dn Jour MonoAS Slue of vile III U hero with hU brother iI E Leo Sims MlM WiHTMfB MURTllVjs baok fro SUiunfon Vaw whoro she has taught the put year Mn JOHN M HALF and wife of Kansan City are visiting his niother l Mrs Woodio Halo I MR AND MRS JAMBH MARLAII of nioentx Ariz ta of Mr and Mrs George P UrlJthtIMRS SAMURL W MtwKrnu of Chi cage siHint Friday and Saturday with relatives and friends here I MRS J H YBAOBU and Mr It E Hale of anMs City arc with their mother Mrs Woodio halo LITTLE MARGARET WOODS AILBN of MIHoflbuJg le with her grandparent 1Mr and Mm B P Woods CIITTIB THURMOND of Lincoln county is the guest of her sister Mrs John S MaySomerset Journal MRS L M GoooDNifiiir is the guost of friends in the city and will remain for several days Frankfort Journal MR ANn MRS JOHN N AI ESttm are- bnck from a protracted and pleasant visit to their children in several Stah MRS II 0 NBWBOM and daughters Elise and Margery of Fayettcsvillo Tcmn are with tho family of Mr George D Woaren liON HRBCKLNRIDOB JONBS Misses Franco and Mary D Jones and Mr Reed Jones of St Louis were guest of their relatives here t MRS W M WHEAT and son of Mt Salem went to Eat Bornstadt Sunday to visit her brother Mr P IL Williams Mr Wheat brought them this far MRS WILL SBVKRANCK is back from- a visit to her homefolks In Shelby She left her sister Miss Virginia Pickett considerably improved in health MIDSHIPMAN CASWBLL SAOFLEV wh has just finished his second year at tho- U S Naval Academy will spend tho summer cruising in European waters Ho sailed the 16th MISSBS LONNIE GOOD and Lelia have returned from Louisville nccom by their aunt Mrs Elizabeth- Draughton of Chicago who will remain for some time with them Miss LticiLR MBNEKBB has returned t from Boulder Mont whore she taught during the past year Miss Susie San ders who was in the samo school came Louisville with her- MIt as far as CHAS D HOCKBR of Guilford v Mo who Is with relatives in tho West 1 End paid this office a substantialcall of the home comerslieoloftrLincoln in 1860 JUDGE MASTERSON PEYTON Mrs with their two daughters VirginiaMissesf rnn arefromClay icyvun at the Seelbach for tho wcekCourlor l Journal of Los Ange MR J W MCALISTER hero Saturday He had les Cal was J como to Louisville to tho great Home Coming and ran up to see tho many friends of his boyhood We are glad to know that ho is prospering in his ROW home MR 11 NKWLAND was in Louis villo last week GBORGB MBNBKBK la at homo from Georgetown College Miw SUE Hour of Lexington is at homo hero for a few days J M POWLK of Howling Green is with his homofolks at Rowland ATTORNBY J W DROWN of Mt Vernon is hero attending court MR J G FRITH of Brodhond hi hero with the family of Dr W n ORnnnon Mil J SIONKT ADAMS of BIrmlng balm h with his brothers at Hustonvitlo MABTBII RAY FOWLB is spending nL few days with his stater at Klrksville Mill Joann CorFBY attended th- tId J HotneCorainK at Richmond yostorday BXSBNATOU Giw T FARMS of Lan oostar has boon attending tho Sims trfal- i Mn S T HHOADDW of Butlor Mo it visiting his sister Mrs John W Rout MR8 KAf B MILLHR has has returned from n protracted l visit to friends In tlio Welt Miw Imrmi STRAUR JR and filth daughter are up from Somerset for a few dare t Mn JOHN FOVTBR of Cleveland 0 Spending n tow days with hie brother Mr T J Foster MR I M WHBTRRPIHLD wife nnd children of Livingtson arc guoaUi at Mr M Blmoraa MmMim M J tip RORBRT G FAIL RIB of Danvillu were hero to aoo our merchants yesterdays MRS ED WILKINSON and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Mooro in Casey county- m WIUJB STAOG of Hustonvllle has taken tho position as salesman in Mrs W S Jones restaurant MR D S JOHNSTON of Ponca City Oklahomo is mingling with his many friends in tho West End Mu ROY DBAZLBY of Ekalaka Mont hers been tho guest of his rela tive Judge W A Tribble TUB Current Topics Club will meet with Mrs W A Tribble next Thursday afternoon ala oclock SUIT G SINOLBTON is attending tho Kentucky Educational Association now in session at Howling Green MIL JOHN SMILKY of Louisville nc companied the remains of his mother Mrs Kato Duddcrnr hero yotitorday MRS AUJB DAWSON and son Arthur Dawson of Jefferson City Mo nro the guests of Mr John fancy and family MR F U TWIDWBLL who makes his headquarters at Clarksburg W Va is with his sister Mrs J D Adams in Danville 9J OWSLBY KKWLAND ordure his paper changed from Hundley W Vu toSomorset whore ho has a position with the Q c MK FOSTER B McAusrim and handsome wife nnd Miss Aethusu Mc Allstor of Way Miss arrived yoster day to visit relatives here MIBS LUCILLE COOPKH and little James Clarence nnd Tildon Gaper wont to Louisville yesterday to spend a few days with their father MESSRS W L AND P M NEAL sons of J C Neal and C J Bowman are visiting frjcnds and relatives In the West End They aro members of the Southern Boy Gold Mining Co at Kim berly Utah 0SATWtIAYs Louisville Tines printed n splendid picture of Miss Anne Thompson maid of honor from Rockcnstlo county Miss Thompson was one of tho most admired maids at the greats HomecomingMRS MARTIN who was Matron of St Katherino School at Bolivar Tenn and her daughter Miss Jccie have returned home to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs C M Jones LOCALS FOR SAuA good secondhanded binder MS Baughman Stanford TEN Nignts in a Bar Room is an old play but it continues to be popular See it in n tent hero tomorrow Wednesday night iLINCOLN county was called for Gen Benjamin Lincoln a distinguished Revolutionary olllccr and a native of Massachusetts born in 1733 dying in 1810 IF you want to buy a farm or town property or want to sell a farm or town property see Messrs L R Hughes or J L White of tho Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TItle Co They will do the rest We Increase the Purchasing Power of Your Dollar aa tos From this Into to the end of the season by offering cut prices on nil odd lots and lines on which vo nro overstocked There is three and oue half months of warm weather to come and you will greatly profit by OJmillg here for your Summer needs TEN Nights in a Bar Room tomor row Wednesday night EXTREMELY low prices on ranges for 10 days Ceo H Farris HARRODSDURG voted dry Friday by a majority of 803 Thdro are seven saloons in town and their licenses will expire Jan next I WILL be located at J L Boazloys furniture store for the prosant with my optical goods Will bo glad to test your eyes and supply you with glasses at th lowest cash prices Will N Craig HUIIHKT J RAINB8 representing Undo Sums army has bpenod a recruiting station in one of tho rooms over the MIsMe Straubs millinery store Ho has had several applicants but only two have passel so far 1 HAVll disposed of my drug slock to the Stanford Drug Co For the pres ent I will be found at the furniture store of J L Beaziey All thoso indebted to me will please call and settle their accounts with me at once N Craig Willi I WISH to inform public that now connected with tho Stanford Drug Co Craigs stand where all proscrip lion work and drug orders hall have my personal attention Your patronage solicited Victor R Beck Formerly with Mr G I Penny OUR informant was mistaken in say ing that Mr L M Bruce had resigned as lire chief Mr Braces business at present requires his absence from the city much of the time and at his re quest Messrs Mclloberts and Wearen were appointed first and second assist ants to take charge in case of fire while he is away St JOHNS DAY CELEBRATION AT CHAD ORCHARD There will be a great celebration of St Johns Day at Crab Orchard fair grounds next Saturday 23rd under auspices of tho Preachers ville Brodhead and Crab Orchard Ma sonic lodges There will bo a number of good speeches a brass band will fur nish music and an excellent dinner will be spread AN OLD TIME IRhe people of Lancaster will have an old time stock fair July 18 19 and 20 A fine band of music has been engaged and good prom iums hung up for all classes of stock A genuine oldfashioned welcome will bo given nil and a stood time is insured The grounds are beautiful and every accommodation is right up to date OJ You will be repaid for your timo nnd money expended in seeing the great moral play Ten Nights in a Bar Room which will be given In a tent here to morrow Wednesday night The play is n most pathetic and interesting ono and Brown Roberts pre sentation of it is said to be fine A magnificent brass band and orchestra will make music for the entertainment THE attention of Lincoln county mer chants is called to tho advertisement signed by D R Adams Geo B Coop er and R C Warren committee The gentlemen representing Lincoln county will buy n lot of tools of various kinds with which to work the roads and they will receive scaled bids from those wishing to furnish tho tools These bids must bo in before July 5th for on that day they will be opened and the contract formerly of this place but for tho last decade n resident of LeRoy III died there Sunday morning after a protract ed illness of a complication of troubles aged 60 Tho remains were brought hero and at 430 yesterday afternoon Eld L M Omer preached a brief but appropriate funeral sermon at the grave in Buffalo cemetery after which the body was laid to rest until the resurrec tion morn Mrs Dudderar is survived by four children Mrs T D Raney of this place Mrs Mary Carr of LeRoy Mr John Smiley of Louisviillo and Sine Dudderar who lived with his mother Much sympathy is felt for them in tho loss of a most excellent and godly mother Deceased was a- Miss Fields and was a sister of Mr Watt Fields of Turncrsville She was engaged in the millnery business here for many years and the friends she mado of all who came in contact withI her are saddened that tho good woman is no more Mrs Dudderar was a de vout member of tho Christian church and was fully prepared to meet tho God Who gave her IGOISG FAST25c silk organdies ntI17c Severance Son I STILL have on hand cabbage and celery plants J M Braekett Stanford FOR SALE Newcabbage peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard ALL persons having stock in the Lin cola County Fair Association will please pay it to mo at once J F Cummins- secretary WANTHD Woman to cook nnd do house work in small family Good wages References required S Symp son 305 Mt Pleasant Ave Ft Thom as Ky THE L N will sell roundtrip tickets to tho Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 12 13 14 at one faro plus 25c from Corbin Lebanon and Richmond and all intermediate points Tile case of R E Leo Sims for kill hog John R Farris still occupies tho at tention of the court and it is probable that it will notgo to the jury before Thursday Every inch of ground is being contested and a stubborn fight is being made by both sides Tho follow ing jury was chosen after 150 or more men had been examined J L Sloan W J Duncan Wm Clarkson C P McAfee J H Dunn C E Barker Coulter White G R Pope J W Shearen S W Burke G A Hughes J B Quisenberry All of the jurors are from Boyle county except Messrs Sloan White and Hughes who live in Lincoln STANFORD had a very distinguished guest for a minute or so Sunday Ex Gov David R Francis of St Louis who was president of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition passed through in his private car en route to Richmond and alighted to speak to his first cousin Mrs Joseph Coffey and her sons Ho is a fine looking man the very pie tare of health and has the appearance of one who can mingle well with the great common people Gov Francis was born in Madison and he was going to Richmond to attend the HomeCom ing yesterday For a number of years ho lived in the East End of this county with Ms parents Mr and Mrs John Francis They occupied the house now owned by Mrs N J Horton and the distinguished gentleman is remembered by many of our older East End citizens SAD DEATH The family of Dr T M Lewis received the sad intelligence Friday evening that little Nannie Lew is the 14 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs A A Lewis of Covington was dead Miss Georgia Lewis left on the first train and wrote back that Nannie was playing in front of her home and came in contact with a live electric wire Tho little thing tried to speak to her sister who ran to her but she could not understand what she said and doctors wore summoned but her spirit had taken its flight to mansions above whcn they arrived The burial occur red in Covington Little Nannie was a beautiful child and tho pride of not only her parents but her grandpar ents aunts and uncles as well Sever al years ago she spent some time at the home of Dr Lewis and the friends she made here sorrow at her untimely taking away It is indeed sad that one so full of life and promise should be thus cut down and much sympathy is felt for the loved ones in their deep sorrow May He Who tempers tho wind to the shorn lamb give them strength to bear thb burden which came so suddenly upon them Additional Local on Second Pa- geNOTICE The underslgutsl Coin mlttee opollllo by mi unler of tin Lincoln to muTluiM tools for till furl county reads will on tin Silt ilay of July HOI Inlherouu ty Iourt room ivcclvc doiilwl tiUU fur sold tooUnml the connnet to furnish them uwiml lo the lovu t and Inert hMiinr with tin right ivuwtKlliy tilt committee to re p ct ant nut all olds The porMinii elto make bids will liulndi lu their sealed lihl n stool IKiitlon of tilt lirnnil ot well u the of tin ImiiliinciiUnml tools Thirty plows Ih i molil liounl ItecI pint wrought Iron tniulitnl nmnuit stnu Imhdles to lx iim with calm point in MTIIIXTS round Ultima troy W moles ciipnulty o eutilo feet lit nitIs on Mdiis riinnura oil iHittom nut Jx nIxrkDhnnthes10Utehesvetoolntonu linlf witmiw sad ono halt round polntiil Ito picks weight trio to 7 pounda good itoutt 210 pick hanilU ntttuuers10 xnuute In Ktwl focal handles The blddor to whom contract U uwardiil will tether sold tools out Implements In Htiinfonl Tliokf ItllplUIIIUlih told tools will lx paid for out oh the lovy of for onllnii ry purposes n U AdaniK flro II Cooper and II 0 Varron COlli III Itt e June IOJ Fine Silk Organdies TliC 0 goods are told regularly at 2I c Our price long aa they last at only 17o per yard II r I let- DUDDERARMfKato1uddernr WOIlllt801111011I1II1 1 ARTSHAffllffi MARX GARMENTS mpart that indescribable air of re moment which is the distinguishingai feature o- fPROPER CLOTHES i Those best posted in Clothing know the superiority of HAH SCIIAF y FNEIl it MARX MAKE Every garment is guarantee lul1 wool and ntiefaclory or your money If you prefer ALL bl1ckiqtton mixtures let us clothe i IICopright 1SCummins McClary i Stanford Kentucky f tO d 71 1rM1 NON dO1 0 1 tH+ II + 4 I J J 11 ltltlltJA +H+ M n t f M IiLHttl jltt See our 5 and loc f DepartmentI I We have just received a newIsupply of l China and Glassware TinIand Granite Ware Etc in this Department It is to your in to look at our assortment be Iterest is picked over Dont delay at once and you will be re Ipaid looking f1 1 t I L M HUBY 90Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY AAaAA TTWTTlllt IlLt The Interior Journal ti3UnrdinthePostOfiuat Stanford at cealast matter t YOHUSIIED TUESDAYS AND FllIDATB 6 AT CASHrWWhen not to paid IJOO will be cbarged I tNAPOLEONBhek Jnck 1WJ IlrNl bp 7l nilnjiton Nnpoleon dAm by Ilinck- JinwkNo 2 who R 101 atHttgnllalnbe- 9e Ire lelpr Black Hawk damn hy Gov WrU Will serve mAre at IW to liisureji kvlugcolt mare A ow 111Go1MBtnn- forddKreINSURANCE p ze Lightning Indstormlllft and and Accident None e JUS8T Companies Itupresonted 1uylngjllectfWo Itntcs OUlfanet d srtdUooquallpd Talk with IflAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 92 35 Farm Mules For Sale t All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed A Sale Stable Danville Ky SeDe CARTER CaterliveryDepot Street STANFORD Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horses jhandledon commission Stock Pone In Connection r Two Farms For Sale 1rmy farm of acres 5 miles Wist of tncaiter on the Ixs 1 region JIlt It Is well Improved and hn of water and timber fenced 3 reludrAlso of acres t nng mldwy between and lAx Good outlet WellSagton pike I i oced TTms reasonable TIHKUUINO Unrkibury Ky jGive Me Your Order Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there little difference the of high f Yredereadymadeultannd n suit suede to 420mmen5uremen nn experienced I havu a handsome line Hprlng Snmtner goods I can make from a low price JolneUcult to the llnist dress suit rorcoitU trousers and fancy vests Thei Dmpany I represent Is one of the best H CRUPLEY the Tailor Da1l Tray Tort DBALIRtic nIsku Braiulii Wines Beer Clears Etc KYGaet Prompt n6polltiattintlon Nothing Iwlht hi j II drink Mill pbon cr tltcrap order rtcclvt waplatsaaaa INSURANCE mace your business in the old est cold strongest company in the i world See mid talk with R 31 Newland who will show you the I policy boat adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or dolor jol R M NIJVLAJJD Agent ffintnal Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 t e te aTy Undertaker Embalmer and IlarneesSaddleryiAo STANFORD KENTUCKYO- ffice Phone 167 Uome Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo UndertaRcrs and Embalm tars Also Dealers iu Fur Ctriture MattingsRugs They willjexcbango Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 1TANFORD KENTUCKY p1f FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEFresh Jersey cows TAR L Farmers are busy cutting wheat and the yield promises to be good Diamond Jim Brady paid 5000i for the great threeyearold Account ant Sysonbyt last years champion horse died in New York yesterday of blow won the Brooklyn Handicap The Quail was second and King Henr third Time 237 I will stand my tine Jersey bull Dot Pedro 2nd at 1 cash at the pen Jas Estes Stanford Many parts of Georgia are being convenienced by the recent rains Railway traffic especially has been affected The latest estimates are that thoI wheat crop will be in excess of that of- a year ago but may not reach the volume enthusiasts have predicted DANVILLE CotmT There were nt cattle on the market at Danville yester day Horses and mules were in demand and those offered sold at big prices FOR SALEA few elegantly bred Duroc boars February farrow Sire and dam from best herds in Kentucky R H Crow R F D No2 Stanford T S Robertson of Sharps burg sole to T J Dunlap bf Versailles 40 year ling mules at 120 Hughes Atkinson sold to same party a pair of threeyear old mare mnles for 500 Two hundred million acres of lane will be plowed this year in the United States and about 9000000 plows art on the farms to do the work The cap ital invested in plows alone represent 80000000 Kansas is reduced to desperation in its effort to get hands to gamer the wheat crop and every tramp is being pressed into service and petty criminal are taken from the jails The main reliance is the college students- J B Haggin has added 145 acre more land to his Elmendorf farm nee j Lexington running the total up now to a trifle over 3000 acres The latest purchase is the farm of C B Nickols on the Russel Cave pike for which he paid 125 an acre At Latonia race track Saturday the Queen City handicap one and oneeighth miles value 12500 was won by Sir Huon by half a length Dutch Barbara second John Carroll third Helena C Mcllvaine Kercheval and Orly II were scratched Time 154 25 J R Keene has second call on Jock ey Radtkes services Mr Keene has paid 10000 to Bud May for this right Radtke is now the highest priced rider in America This with a yearly sal ary of 25000 from Paul Rainey am outside mounts swells his income to more than the salary of President Roosevelt Kentucky Fiar Dates The following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 190G as far 88 reportedStanford July 12 13 and 14 Richmond JulyJuly 113 days Lancaster July 183 days Hustonville July 253 days Danvilfo Aug 13days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 211 days Springfield Aug 22I days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days EHzabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 114 days Following Flag When om soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most Important consideration Wil Us T Morgan rutircd Commissary Sergeant U S A of Hural Route oncord N H says I was two ears in Cuba and two years In the hlllppinos and being subject to olds I took Dr Kings New Dls ovory for Consumption which kept me in perfect health And now in Now Hampshire we flnd it the best ledlcino M the world for coughs olds bronchial troubles and all lung Iseases Guaranteed at Ponnys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crah Orchard Price Gie and 81 Trial bottle free Pa Im going abroad What for I want a Duke Then stay at home and Ill announce that YOQre in the market Never visit tho factory if you want to get prices Let the goods come to you The Very Best Remedy for Bowol Trouble Mr 1l F Burroughs an old and ellknown resident of JJlulTton Inil 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 venal years I am neverwlthout it This remedy is almost sure to be need ed before the summer Is over Why not buy it now and be prepared for 8uch1n emergency For sale by W N Craig the IopUlar druggist Stan tord f aSI1livelytreatment 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 bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Who represents the people of your section in Congress Nobody What Have you no Representa tive in Congress from this district We havent The beef trust has A man who Is in perfect health so he can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which he should be thankful Mr L C Rod gers of Branchton Pa writes that ho was not only unable to work but he couWnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foloys Kidney Cure made a now man of him Ho says Success to Foloys Kidney Curd II G L Penny Miss Henrietta Brown a prominent woman of Nicholasville is dead PARKERS HAIR BALSA- Mebeod IamruPromuM a taiiinnA suta Nrr Fall lo Bntor Cray UEr to tau Youthful etlp ditrtM a dklIrma nirrl Residence For Sale I Having locntwl ptrmncontly In Mt Hte- rIingKyIotter for mile ill u my do ruble residence on Iluitonvllln HI In Htnii font Ky For pnrtlculnrs wrtte urn nt Mt Hlerllng Kyorw W Hrli5ht at thu Iilncolu County Hunk JUIiN I JOS4 FARM FOR SALE having 1II0ed toClllbert IlItk I dlreto wll my fnrm of Ill acres on the Htsnfon- lI Oml Drclmril pike 1 miles from Crab Or clmnl Kiirin U well with coin utnttlvely new rusldncuund outhouse All In urflM except nere Inrllls wihhtR to lookovertbu Place otin cull on Mr Iwllloll who liven on tin farm D J HMITH OlllM rt4 Creek Ky NOTICE I I have two Inrge atororootnv for into nt Orlando IhtJ county outs of them ai xTO the other SUxSl two rood Milo riHjiiinninl Ion to IH worth of Ettneriil inerchniKlUe tlirtc town lull conialnlne about 234 ncronone wiirvhonto KUxlB two atory dwelling l good cottage houses I good mill building nil now Amuni I Knlm genrhil incrctiiindlse lIuI to tam iqytar Over n million tout of good white oak poplar cheitnut mid pine tllII- IIlr AlxiHlxmt rmiuifwi of poptnr while oak olieiitiiut and pint lunilxr on tlok About live mile from nillriMiiltwo MIwinllU Just moving Into the nliive Ixiuntliiry tumor Write tar further imrtlouhin J A WO01 Orliitido Ky School Treasurers Land Tax Sale IVlilrlet No 61 lelU ou tar mliool tnx to ln sold beforr the courtliiMi door InHtnD foal Idnroln county Kyun Monday July 9IK It Nn county court ut n a llormr ltiacrtu e Ii llurinx Jontan C6nrren S1n- lsteurt W I t ill rIIrh w1woh 4 11- tlhrlsler Marsha s Jr I W acre r ee ILjvMh Mm M 84rvn I5 henry tt acre COO L w situ lrllx U Al xrrs a i VnnAKdale Joe 117eer I- IHaglltnfurlr t5ecn Std Bradley ti T 111 IS WM MlKlHV UUtrlit Trmcurvr No District No 53 DUtrlet No S1IOVth on for whool tax to Ire auks on Monday July JII lioforo the courtbouit door liiMUinfonl Lincoln count KyHt 141 It Ixtlnu eouiity court lay Omilter fiBiicrp 2Io KInK IS arrs lu AVM MtUIIIY- Mtrict TP ii iirir No M ONLY ILROAD SOflTHIEQUIPPEDWITHt AUTOMATIC I ELECTRIC I BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROU CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest HOUESEEKERS TICKETS FIRST THIRD Of POINTS For IclormatiOD and RAta MJrer- N It C KINO C P A T I Ill E Main Sl Lexington Ky W A OARReTT Oeoer1 Maneer- 1V RINCARSON O P a0511 0 J For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land sltunte Just outsldo of town limn on the Bomor c pike Home baa rooms kitchen and ler ranit room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant III the yard and one fur stock- J P BAILEY Attention Farmers II yelunepurclutlyd n now nnd complvt Thrttthlng UUtlll are prepared todoini kind ot tiirvtlilng lor turnic r IM mnuhln U of the J1 Case inuko and U t ho beal to Ill unit We will iKgln work nt W M Itrlght mid InvlU to cull and liupecl ollr outllt UUhrtKIIhTKVriNW Klgln Iuhukl Co Jesse W Sweeney mOPBlBTOR Livery Food and Salo Stalls Lancaster Ky Elorsea well ted and cared tor Up to date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE BTJBKE CLAIU SON frtn JUNCTION CITY KYf- lnlClau Turnout at Reasonable Rater Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Uay For Bale A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoborU Drug Store in the Oweley Building Waynesburg Marble and Gran lit Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor haler in nnd JUnufncturor ot Granite Monuments Marble linked letters n Hinrlnlty Otllro and work Wnyneihurg Ky U II IMdgett Agt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky tWe nre prepared to writs Insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd wllelt the tmilne of the eltlirn of the Hint Had None but the best com pan lies rvprvmnted- OHicc whh Grob Orchard Banking Co have n tnlk with u Infore placing your In lurnuce of renewing old ollele flit your property with ui stud wo 1I1t for you cbnrglng you only a small iwr cent POSTED We whose name appear below Irlctly- furbld bunting sitting or any kind of tree patting on our place and will proiocut violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Itclchfnbuch Bros Fred VonOrnenlgan Albert VonOruentga Fred VonAllraan Fred lUutasLO Alfred Simpson Oeorce Holmes MM Mattle II Rees B Itelehenbaeh 1 Charles Oummlns Jos Ration A 0 Dunn M Holmes W EAmon WIt naujtherty H J IIoRnan M D Peter W Tarter J Nevln Carter Mrs M Ilaydeti Welch A D Root J R llruee w V Bhomaker Thomas Peril Orcen Ferrlll F J Cone John II Uamenlscb SamTrowbrldRe Peter llalmer Cuticle Ensslln Prank Tardier John Meier muel Lindner Jacob Oncder Mrs Allen Ljtle David Stephens Mary IlolTmann L P Nunnelley J W naughman Unrlitena Orayson J 0 Carpenter Jacob JCHsweln Sam Oameroo Mrs M J Ablock- Ir1I1nndurt 44fo V n 7H WHITES rqT M- qt Rk S PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get n liottlo of Whites Diamond Brand Splits indo from Epsom Water Carbonated itops the Dope habit It is easy Lry our Diamond Brand Splits For the nt Drug Stores Sodn Fountains tafc8 anti Saloons Price IOc Per Bottle VhitCH 0 C Water Company Inct Crab Orohnrd Ky TROUSERSWe est line of Gents AMt Trousers in town Prices 100 to 500 1 499 SHOE 1 SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoo IIuU and Caps Ladies nUll Gouts Furnish ings Etc the store that saves you muiioy Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Che Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS 24600000OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER j B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J c BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D Owtucr Stanford 8 H 8iUMK Stanford O W OAKTEH Turnerirtlle W II OVMtiiMt rreachenvllle U 0 Ooooil WnjnubufR W H TnujAII GlloerU Creek It L HonnLR Ianeattvr W 0 WALKCII BUnrord J II KotTKH Stanford W IL fiUNK Stanford J II PAXTON Stanford We respectfully MJllell the Rount of liHllvldunU Firm stud lV rH rntlon thinks and llnnkvrs nod are prtpaml lo furnish nil drimtlton web BpcinuniJi tloii ui are ron liti nt with iiife bunking MIH rn Hnlrty Isqoslt lloxr In our mull for use of our Iuitomvr gONCE COMEORT5 Are detracted from if the interior dee oration do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired effect The benefit ofInir and our many facifitlos are at your dhrposal l Paint Oils Vanillins lite High cat Grade HcrHwl Supplies and Sun driw IGIBBONS First NationalOf Stanford Ky7 Ban Capital 50000 Thin institution was orlrlnallj established ai the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 18SI then reorganized ai the National Hank of Stanford In lASS and again reorganized at the First National lallr of Stanford In III having bad practically an unlnUr rapted etlifnce for 43 Tears It li better supplied now with Ilcllllle for runcI- DjI uilneai promptly and well than ever before In It long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers J 8 UOOKEK Press 8 T HAIIHIS V Pret J J McKOIIEKTfl Obr W H WKAUKNAMtOhn Directors P Reid Uanrllle T harts Stanford J pucker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney U Rioters Stanford II llanihman Stanford T P Stanford Jai Robinson Rubble J II naugbtnan Stanford J M Pettui Stanford O B Tate Stanford I Comfortable Children for 1 Strap Sandals for the hot days beautifully made stylish welted soles They please the little ones and satisfy the parents W E Perkins Crab OlchardlIKentucky Ii Read The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky 4