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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 20 1906 NO 29 MATRIMONIAL Misa Mattie HlRnight and Walter M cCarty of Danville drove to Lancas ter and were made one Saufley Hufthes of Lancaster and Miss Annie Frnncla of the New Hope section of Madison will be married Wednesday morning Mrs Margaret Hobbs Wheat an nounces tho engagement of her daugh ter Miss Lenna Hobbs to toward Benjamin Burges Tho marriage will occur at Tucson Ariz July 10 Tho prospective bride and her mother formerly lived in tho East End of this countyMr Malcolm House of Lancaster was married in Mlddlcsboro tout Tues day evening to Miss Ella Mae Hilton a pretty and popular young lady of that city Mr House is an industrious young man and holds worthy tho honor of tho handsome young womans heart he hu won Tho couple will reside in LancasterMiss McKinnoy of Kentucky who has been visiting her aunt Mrs E D Kennedy In this city was quiet ly married at high noon at tho homo her cousin Mr H G Cook to Mr Andrew Jerry AdAm a leading mer chant of Hustonvillc They were at tended by Miss Frances Adams of Hustonvillo Miss Mary Kennedy of Stanford Miss Nancy Kennedy of this city and Mr John Sidney Adams of Birmingham Ala Tho bride who fri exceedingly handsome was gowned in white lingerie cloth with point lace trimming carrying white carnations with maiden hair fern Tho ceremony which was beautiful and Impressive was performed by Hev Leroy G Hen derson of the Central Presbyterian church Many handsome and useful presents were received Mrs Kennedy entertained the bridal party on Tuesday evening when dainty and delicious re freshments were served The bride and groom loft Immediately after the cere mony for an extended tour of the south but will bo at home to their many t friends at Hustonville after Jnly Knoxvllle Sentinel SUGGESTIVE 0 beautiful royal Rose 0 Rose so fair and sweet Queen of the garden art thou And I the clay at thy feet Forever Forever Ah can it be I must think of thee never Thou art lost to mo IIMy loyal lover In tho Springtime fleet Is It all all over lovos dream so sweet My loyal lover Ah nono like you In the wide world over So good and true Aye doarost and best Aral can It be In the crucial test Thou wert fata to mo My loyal lovor Tho gulf so wide Though twere bridged over Must still divide Across I whisper This plaint to thee For In dreams thourt over Still true to mo Deadly Serpent Bites lire common In Indln us are stomach and liver disorders with un For tho latter however there in a sure remedy Klcvtrlo lllttora the groat re storative modlolno of which S A Brown of Uonnctlsvllle SC says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver Fleotrlo Hitters euro chills and fever malaria biliousness lamo bark kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on Guarantee by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyiio BIOS Crab Orchard Price foe Fifty houses were wrecked between Lawton Okla and Quanah Texas by a heavy windstorm A passenger train near Lawton was nearly blown from w tho track PIt Ward of Dyorsburg lonnl writes This is to certify that I have used Orlqo Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronlcuonstlpatlon und h has proven without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for thifl trouble and It Is with pleasure I otTer my conscientious reference 0 L Penny A new concern organized for the production of American and foreign dramas and musical plays has been formed In Now York with a capital of 200000 If your stomach troubles you do not conclude that thora is no cure for a groat many have been permanently oured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get a free sample at WN Craigs drug store and give them a trial They also euro consti patton and biliousness a KIDDS STORE Mr Robinson of Liberty has opened a smithy as successor to Enoch Grubbs Shippers accredit this neck o tho woods tho best lambs they have bought- in the county- A distressing form of indigestion and mild typo of cholera morbus have been prevalent for some time Barney Leigh has moved to his farm on West Fork of Carpenters creek and townI tussle with weeds especially tobacco grow ers but a few more favorable days will see thorn winners Miss Maggie Stagg of Stanford is with relatives hero Foster McAllstcr wife and sister of Mississippi were with their relatives here Our community sends greetings and congratulations to Jerry Adams of Hustonvillc who wont to Knoxvllle and brought back home a capital prize won in a lottery George Howling and George Russell brothers in law and joint householders were tho victims of a defective kitchen flue a few mornings since and lost all kitchen furniture but saved the remain der of their effects Our blackberry bushes and peach trees give promise of a greater profus lion of juicy cobblers than have blessed us since in childhood we began reading of embalmed beef and political graft Mrs Lizzie Shultz nee lircckinridge and baby Louis of Peoria III left Saturday after a protracted visit to rel atives Henry McKinney has admitted by alla finer melon patch than was ever grown in this end of tho county Hudson Bohon was a warmly wel comed homecomer after a six months visit to his brother in Illinois Ills cousin Cecil Bohon of Decatur III came with him to spend the summer Soon after retiring an enthusiastic poultry woman was aroused by the frantic cries of her young turkeys foster mother and rushing to tho rescue found a snake gorging on one that was largo as a full grown quail It had been a comforting delusion that snakes lire strictly daylight operators though given to evil deeds Another lady was shocked to discover she had dispatched n young rattle snake which had been nooning under tho shade other bunch beansMany homecomers who needed iden tification by most of their old comrades have visited us As I drove along the pike last Sunday morning with a patri archal friend wo unexpectedly came on his boyhood chum whom ho had last seen a quarter of a century ago The old boys are both happy on borrowed time and rushed Into eachothers arms with halt and very slow haste un able to utter a word as they hugged and stared in each others streaming eyes Whon enough composed to artlc ulate their greetings reminiscences lowed in torrents and were the veriest boys in their delight The 10thwas a gala day at old Har rodjburg and the wanderers found open urns and fervent welcome One son had been away 60 years another 49 Tho former had comp from remotest California the latter rOm Colorado One daughter had come from Honolulu and to stay else she would have been given tho long distance prize A thun der storm was a slight damper on tho thousands assembled Col A W Kucker of Colorado and Hev Martin D Harifin of Virginia eloquent sons of Mercer were literalspellbinders The good women of the county furnished a banquet of which buggy loads wero left after all were sated Noth ing short about old Merger except sel was impelled to Harrods uurg last week by the homecoming bacillus and is happy in possession of souvenirs he hopes may many years re call delightfnl greetings I met one old friend I had not seen since 63 In 61 a mutual friend informs me where ho was hiding in Louisville where ho hind been sent by Gen John Morgan When I called at tho room that night Bob had skipped Shortly after a Fed eral soldier told mo he had seen Bob in tho crush on Fourth Street and that recognizeslimhis neck on tho generosity which ho could scarcely But Billy Rowe den never betrayed Bob Davis and was genuinely that his old friend declaring to mo Bob ought to have known that Id have dill Id betray him One of Bobs comrades was less fortunate Either detected or betrayed the scaffold on which hIS was halt a block of my boarding house Death From Lockjaw never follows un Injury dressed with Bucklcus Arnica Salvo Us an tiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Clans Oswald merchant of Hensselaersvlllo N Y writes It cured Seth Burch of this place of tho ugliest sore on his neck lever saw Cures Guts Wounds Burns and Sores 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard NEWS NOTES Daniel S Lomont left an estate val ued at 1000000 William H Boswcll manager of the Brown Proctorla Hotel at Winchester died suddenly- At the 62nd commencement of the University of Michigan 824 students were given diplomas Tho Paducah Cotton 011 Mill at Ya zoo City Miss was destroyed by fire entailiqg a loss of 150000 Four children of Calvin Fitzgerald of Cloyds Landing Monroe county were drowned in the Cumberland According to advices just given out the C N 0 T P will shortly acquire the Chicago Cincinnati Louis ville Railroad Tho University of Chicago has rc ceiveda gift of 200000 from John D Rockefeller to be used for current ex penses for tho year Mrs Charles P Weaver of Louis ville was elected president of the Ken tucky Federation of Womens Clubs in session at Mt Sterling Coy Folk Missouri granted a respite to Mrs Aggie Myers and Frank Hott man to September 3 They were to have been hanged June 29 The cotton manufacturers of Fall River Mass have granted the opera tives a 14 per cent increase in wages About 25000 hands are benefited Lexington is to have a new hotel to cost 500000 the Phoenix Hotel Company having accepted plans for the new building Work will begin within 60 daysConsiderable interest was manifested in New York financial circles over an announcement of a combination of mac aroni manufacturers The capital will be 2600000 In a fight between Harry Cole and Ullick Hart at Yale near Owingsvillc the latter was shot and instantly killed Hart accused Cole of being too intimate with his wife Tho Italian Government has officially accepted the invitation to participate In tho Jamestown Exposition nextycar and will send a squadron of warships to Hampton Roads King Haakon and Queen Maud were coronated in Norway in strict compli ance with tho program with great public enthusiasm prevailing and without the semblance of disorder Tuberculosis of the lungs and pneu monia were the leading causes of death lathe United States according to a special report of mortality in 1004 is sued by tho Census Bureau War has broken out in tho lumber camps at Tioga W Vn between American and foreign laborers The trouble originated over the displace ment of Americans by foreigners In the United States Court at St Paul Minn the Mississippi Valley Trust Company of St Louis was ap pointed receiver for tho American Re servo Bond Company of Missouri and Jta constituent companies China has signed a treaty according complete satisfaction to France for the massacre of six French Jesuit mission aries nt Nanchang Kiang Si province in February last China pays 200000 indemnity to the missions and 400 000 indemnity to the deceased mis sionaries families builds a memorial hospital and punishes ringleaders of the riotingIn United States District Court at Kansas City Judge Smith McPher SOn of Red Oak Iowa passed sentence on the five defendants recently convict ed of making concessions and accepting and conspiring to accept rebates on shipments Judgments in tho nature of fines were assessed ns follows Swift Co Cudahy Packing Com pany Armour Packing Company and Nelson Morris Co 15000 each Chicago Burlington and Quincy railway 15000 George L Thomas of York 6000 and four months in the penitentiary L B Taggart of New York 4000 and three months in the penitentiary How to Break Up a Cold It may be a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be com pletely broken up In ono or two days time The first symptoms of a cold oro u dry loud cough a profuso watery discharge from tho nose and a thin white coating on tho tongue When Chamberlains cough remedy is taken every hour on tho first appearance qf these symptoms It counteracts tho sheet of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by W N Crulg the popular druggist Stanford DiogenesStill an honest man Diog we asked No answered Diogenes Id be glad to find a comparatively honest cit these days- It I you will make Inquiry It will be a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles in ono form or another If tho patient is not beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Cum will cure It never disappoints O L Penny MISS MARY AMON ATKINS who graduated from the Stanford Male and Female Seminary a few weeks ago She is a granddaughter of Mr W E Amon and is a very handsome and accomplished young woman COUNTIES IN NEIGHBORING The home of Ben Duncan in Rich mond was destroyed by fire Hampton Cherry fireman for the rock crusher at High Bridge was bad ly injured by the explosion of a boiler There will be a Union Singing at Brodhead Fair Grounds July 4 Every body invited to attend and bring a bas ket full of dinner Prof 1110 Winfrey of the Middles boro public schools was presented a loving cup by the Kentucky Educational Association in session at Bowling Hunter shot and seriously injur ed Sherman Kersey at the formers home in Jessamine county The diffi culty arose over Kerseys children throwing stones nt Hunters house At the meeting of the city council the tax rate for this year was fixed at 125 on the 100 of assessable property The rate last year was 50 cents The head tax remains the same as lust year 150 Horrodsburg Democrat- T B Dewhurst of Lexington pro poses to establish public automobile lines from Lexington to Richmond and North Middletown He will also put in operation automobile service from Nicholasville to Danville and Lancaster- In the county court Judge Nichols dismissed tho warrant against Dr Cas pari of Mltchollsburg and Ben Patter son of Perryville on a charge of crim inal practice There were two war rants against Patterson and he was hold on the other to circuit court in tho sum of 2000 Advocate On the William Conn place three miles from Lancaster a tenant house was vacated by Wm Oaks and family be cause of the great number of snakes says a dispatch from that place Mr Oaks killed one or two but this did no good and the snakes continued to show up in increasing numbers Tho family could hoar them in tho night so they vacated the house At least 10 or 12 of these reptiles have been seen at one time crawling on the walls floor and steps of tho dwelling Unknown Friends Thore are many peoplo who Imvo used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid results but iylio ale unknown be cause they have hesitated about giv lag a testimonial of their experience for publication Those people however are nono tho loss friends of this remedy They have done much toward making It a household word by their personal recommendations to friends and neighbors It Is a good medicine to have In tho homo and Is widely known foritscurcs of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For salo by W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Here and There Four thousand persons attended Henry countys Homecoming celebra tion at New Castle Warren K Smith one of tho most widely known and highly respected cit izens Georgetown is The largest class in the history of tho department was graduated from the Harvard School 186 men re ceiving their degrees Tho statement of the New York clearing house banks for last week shows that the banks hold 10912925 over tho legal reserve requirements Proceedings may be brought against tho shoe dry goods merchants of St Louis Omaha and Kansas City on a charge of accepting rebates from railways A Lesson in Health Healthy kidneys filter tho Impurities from the blood and unless they do this good health Is Impossible Fo leys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens the whole system O L Penny 4 IF Binder Twine 11 Cents Per Pound at a w H HIs9 Special Prices on Buggies and Buggy Ilarness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY r II IHOSPITAL rUTSICIAHS SAID IT DCLIOBT its TO fish SOMCTUIHO TO CURL THIS DEAR SUrriBZL UH K W Rose St LoulalonltIUIONDImNoIIIJ IntereatedWMand her weight waa Iba Her health has malntyfromsplnaltroubleaooordingtothedlanolaofthedoctors orerayearagounlit her entire body waa affected the leu being a mug of sons con Odreadfutltmeelbatttwutmpoadbleforherbtwo of our beat pronounced the ease Incurable and when sitedpermlttlon to me prompJ aaldIt would delight tn to Ibeupperhadbeendreutngho onthereliefwastestimonialml IsfirIremedy and think ItRespectfullyMRS MARY PERRY BELLIS Nun In HopIUl No 208 N 8th St ECZEMA PIMPLESAND Alt IUIf SCALD DIltABIS CAN BS BT FACSIMILE EXACT + ZEMO +OF- PACKAGE A CLEAN LIQUID FOR EXTERNAL USE PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT TO USE GUARANTIED AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD Call and get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mono ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as well in oven cQ GEORGE H HARRIS fr a Stanford Kentucky Save Money II By buying your Refrigerators Wa ter CoolersFreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceriesclfrom George D Hopper Stanfofvu Ky lU Public Sale of Jersey CattlemBetween the hours of 12 M nud 2 oclock r M during tho it FridayJulynote in full flow ot nujk They have nice udders and teats with Jersey markings are right in every particular and will give satisfaction as family crows For inspection the cattle will bo on grounds from H A M till the time of sale J G CARPENTER M D The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county ha candidate to repre sent the Eighth Congressional dlitrlet of Kentucky tn Concrets to lion O O Gilbert subject to the action ot the Dem- OCratic party HON R W MILLER of flfrentKentucky In 001lrl88 to U Gilbert subject to adios of the Dem ocratic piirty M F NORTH It candidate for lleprwntntlwof Lincoln county subject to the action Dvino erotic party TilE monumental liar seems to have located for a while at least at Fort Worth Texas This is one of his fabrications Myriads of rabbits are cavsing the Southern Pacific Railway Company trouble west of San Antonio It is exceedingly dry in that region and the rabbits are attracted to the railway right of way in search of food at night- The electric lights in use on the engines seem to daze them and they arc run offer and killed by the thousands InI rt some instances many have been kill tedas to seriously impede progress of trains EDITOR PICKLES of the Richmond Register seems to be a versatile fellow lie can not only turn out inter esting paragraphs and write a heavy weight editorial but is a dancer of utility as well We notice that he and his accomplished wife led the German at the opening ball at Estill Springs and well wager it was done to perfection Gov BECKIIAM who has made a model governor has announced his candidacy for U S Senator If elected to the Senate and he fills that office as acceptably as he has tho gubernatorial chair no voter will have cause to re gret having cast his ballot for theI gallant young Statesman POLUTCAL The nomination of Benjamin F Barnes to be postmaster of Washington was confirmed by the Senate Thomas F Beadles who has just been reappointed has been postmaster of Fulton since Harrison Was president John B Chenault of Madison says the report that he will be a candidate for clerk of the court of appeals is un trueThe Senate Committee on Commerce ordered a favorable report on a bill authorizing the unloading of foreign merchandise at night The Democratic Executive Committee for the Ninth Congressional district of Tennessee has named lion Finis J Garrett for Congress to succeed him selfThe Wisconsin Democratic State Central Committee has decided that the nominations for State officers shall be made at Minneapolis on Thursday September 4 The House Committee on Public Buildings has reported favorably on an appropriation of 50000 for a public bulling in Danville and a f65000 one for Danville By a vote of 242 to 17 the House adopted the Pure Food Bill voting down practically everyamendment The lower body also approved the con ference report on the Railroad Rate Bill by a vote of 216 to 4 Reports have been numerous recently that Charles M Schwab would enter politics aa a candidate for United States Senator from Nevada Mr Schwab ar rived in New York from Europe ant when asked concerning the story re plied I have no political aspirations whatever Prpsidcnt Roosevelt has decided to visit the Isthmus of Panama next fall to make a personal inspection of the canal work He will leave Washington late in October or early in November and will spend at least a week in the canal zone In view of this decision his proposed tour of the Middle West has been declared off Gov Beckham appointed John M Lassing judge of the court of appeals to fill the vacancy caused by the elec tion of Judge Thomas H Paynter to the United States Senate Judge Lass ing will retire from the democratic State central and executive committees and Louis Des Cognets of Lexington is mentioned as his successor Co John B Thompson was at his home here the first of the week and to The Democrat he said that he would probably enter the race for Senatorship though he had not yet fully determined to do so He hinted that ho would make it very warm for Gov Beckham and Senator McCreary should he get into the contest Harrodsburg Demo cratThe Eleventh Congressional Republi can District Committee met at Barbour vine Saturday and issued an official call for a primary election to be held Tues day August 18 to nominate a Republican candidate for Congress 13 of the 19 committeemen present and of the number seven voted for while the other six favored a delegate con vention e Tha present has been the wetest June in years almost every day HUSTONVILLE Miss Mabel Dryc is clerking for S D Lelia Wheeler will sing a solo entitled By the Waters of Babylon at the morning service next Sunday Mrs 0 G Harrison has returned to her homeat Springboro 0 after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J A WaldenOur stave dealers Coulter Myers shipped 60000 whisky barrel staves last week and are still behind with their orders- Mcsdamcs Frank Tackett of Dallas Tex Belle Jones of Lexington Ellen Miller of Garrard county are visiting the family of J P Goode The brick work on the Peoples Bank building is being rushed with a full corps of hands and with favorable weather theyhope to complete it in two weeks Rev S B Landers subject for next Sunday morning is A Thorn in the Flesh Evening The Surrender of a Crown for a Cross Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 oclock- D C Allen shipped one double car of lambs to Cincinnati Saturday for which ho paid Gc and one car of butcher stuff at 3c Cowan S McCormack shipper a doubledeck car of lambs to Cincinnati Miss Willie Ann Lucas daughter of Wm Lucas passed into the great be yond Wednesday after a lingering jll ness of consumption She was buried Thursday near her home in the pres ence of a large number of friends and relatives The best Masonic degree team in Central Kentucky headed by Sir Knight Henry G Sandifer of Danville will be here on the evening of July 6th for work in the first three degrees A cordial invitation is extended to all surrounding lodges to attend News from Wallace Hall a West End boy ofjwhom we are proud announces another promotion for him by the I C railroad He is stationed at Fretport Dr George W Wash and wife of Illinois a former resident of our city are visiting Wallace Steele and family n the Fork Our fair officials let the contract last week to Morse McKinley for build- Ing the amphitheater for the coming exhibItion the capacity of which will be greatly extended for the purpose of accommodating the much larger crowds than have heretofore attended This exhibition will mark an epoch in the history of Lincoln countys fairs and will be a fitting tribute to the efforts her experienced management whose purpose is centered upon securing an attendance and giving an exhibition second to none in this section of the StateI requested by parties having the interest of the county and its roads at heart to call the attention of the proper authorities to the fact that a large crew of workmen near ML Salem are carrying stone to be crushed for the McKinney and Middleburg pike that is nothing more than soapstone It is a gray shale that melts when exposed as shown at every out cropping is ellS ily crushed and almost worthless for road purposes My informants are men of good judgment and say nothing but pure gray lime stohe should be used and that the two years appropriation due their road will not be sufficient to put it in proper condition- A large crowd attended tho Masonic picnic at Middleburg Saturday and in the afternoon a severe storm did much damage Lightning struck three oak trees in the midst of the crowd seriously injuring Has Combest and a so of Al Royalty killing a horse knock ing several ladies out of their vehicles creating general consternation and making kindling wood of the trees Emmctt McCormack had a very close call hav- Ing just left one of the trees that was demolished The storm also did con siderable damage at Liberty carrying off part of the roof of the Whipp Hotel lowing down trees burning out the the telephone exchange and many oth er smaller casualties Monday evening the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs Charles Wheeler was the scene of one of the most enjoyable social functions ever given in Huston ville The occasion was a reception given the members of the Presbyterian church complimentary to their pastor Rev S B Lander and Mrs Charles W Lander of Princeton Among the many entertaining features of the evening were the vocal solos by Mrs Chas Wheeler and Miss Lelia Wheeler and the piano solos of Master Francis Weatherford Delicious refreshments were served by the charming hostess and her assistants and after three hours of unalloyed pleasure the guests reluctantly bade each other good night A B McKinney left Saturday with a party of Missouri home comers for St Joe Mo for a visit to friends and relatives Samuel Helm of Peytons Well hale and hearty at the age of 92 was the guest of his relative J K Helm and family Saturday Mrs Stel laTrve of Louisville Is visiting Mrs W D Hocker Fred R Carson and wife left Saturday for Hood River Ore where Mr C has accepted a lucrative position W A McKee has sufficiently recovered from a surgical operation to be out again and his host gladhandprotractedover the State JO CHURCH MATTERS RevTomIScxton the blacksmithIpreacher of Knoxville has ducting a successful at Baptist church Middles boro Rev W W Hamilton has resigned as pastor of McFerran Memorial church in Louisville to become head of the Evangelistic Department of the Southern Baptist Church An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect ofI clogged bowels and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition U unknown to those who use Dr Kings Xow Lifo Pills tho and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bmvuls Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Price 25c A E Gibbons the Danvlllp wallpa per and paint man has bought out his partners Mr May Over 100000 bushels of wheat went up in smoke by an elevator In Chicago burning Saturday Joseph Pattersona prominent farmer of the Wilmoro section of Jessa mine is dead Mann Clark of Bourbon county have sold this monnh 100 mules at 125 t180D W Mnhan has bought an Interest f n Durham S Cecils store at Danville IWo solicit everything your patronage in for 11 1 DRUG STORE I 1Wants 1 j I It r 1better I Stanford Drug col Successor AV N Craig I Lnlwtaa V R BECK Pharmacist aI Ileport of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK lit Htnnford Ky In the Htuto of Kentucky nt ttlecloeof buslnesaJuneIMitx5N- n00NC1N Ixiiintnml Discounts I aciUOl Overdraft secured and unmcun l tftti t 7 U 8 IlomU to secure circulation ftijUD IX Unnklng Imuso furniture anti flu turps saO ro Due from National Hanks nut ru acme ngentil Tfm Dub from Htatu hanks A Uunkcm Due rroIllIlJlprllI rfiljreolent a Ohicki and other null ltom 17 79 votes of othvr National Ilnnks ao Fractional pn per currency nlckels und cents si Lawful Money fysorvo in hunk vl Hpeclo lllTOU- XIxwiltcndvrnoti SJUHQ 739 to- Ilttloinptlon fund with UHTreau urer 6 per ct of circulation S8nooD- 1X17165 40 MAIIILITIK- Capital Htoek paid In f WfXtt Hurpltis fund IWiio w XIIOII1II 77157 National Hunk iiotttoutitancsInK aidio Duo to other Nat Ilnnkn X4 l Individual deposits sub Duct tu check JHW1 M JI8JX jarW8 40 Ktatoof Kentucky Countyof Lincoln sit I W M lirlKlitUa lili rId tuoiibovonuniHl bunk do nolmiiuiy went that thu aloestatement trllu to tho Innt of my knowi edge and belief V M HumilTCastiler- HulHcrlUd nod sworn to before mo thin tht day of JulIII1d J JMeltolvrtNN1 Cornet Attest HBhanks J II Tax Ion mid J kyDlrvetors Kiixirt of the Condition of The National Bank of rustorvllle at Hutumvllle In till mate of Kentucky at thu Close tat iHUlnesi Juno KKSOUltCKH Loans and iUscounls1d650t IS OlttJrult lieCUrld lid umeeured lt fond to secure circulation Kftu W Hanking huultfurlllturtIIJIIllix tures 211411 Duo from National Hnnke not to servo agents 10fti5 ya Due from mate Hank Hunkers tt7Ul 02 UUI DuefromapjirovedrCMrvuaKents aSagh2 Check and other caili Items a Notes of other National Hunks W fractional papercurreney nick I11IlIndcont1- 00Iwfili Itn Money Reserve hunk ViZ Hieclu Jllb7UUI llS7u W Redemption fund with UH Treas urer S par cent circulation O25W- 21a7UJ Cl IIAIUMTIKK Capital Htock paid In J31WH Hurpluli lutist Jiu Undivided prollts lend expuntu and taxes 11 3717 81 National link notes outstanding Vloo flu Due to other National finnkse 7184 M Duo to Htnte Hanks und Hankers lCTiW Individual deposits subject check 131201 J- OIkserved for taxes wi 2S 218750 61 IIncolnluIblink do solemnly swear that thu abavu statement Is true to thu liest of my knowl cd and belief J1VllooKNliCnshlurI- bscrlbedandswonrtoneforoInctid rlft of June lust lea My 111VIOOorrect T J Iloblnson und J y Central Kentuck- yReal Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 78W crrtof land near Junction CttclltlD In g- rocyuuneorchardaudoasoftbelwat grip bar bou year Well watered sod fencing- L7uwto 0- 1lral school and churchea A IwIr II room lraloe good barn cilU tin all In good repair Price Sa 80 No 6yTwoatorf frame dwelling of ill room two bell rands 1o well a l door mil neaunr7 01 bet outbullilln s Alto large bUckiDiltli cux30 soil h4 lull length or shop a 10 fecVwld This propetty will be sold a t low ttry price Mo Two houMi and l04 situated la Crab Orcttna with Ilx and ooobalr acne ol lam 0 ached Uolhirvfrsmiootugn one canilitloi or and Ibs oilier of S rooms tjublt two jood iprlnp sic The building lie new and the If nclnu oMlmrjr loW gardtne and tore Sere la Walure Will till each place itparately wbole bite on Iblrolrt ss a who s30o No III scrr of land In the town limits of Rowland about at arm bottom land any 6S sens In woodland The li weU fcccrd sod water cd water woiks wnlod eliiern story fnmie building S room ball veranda back tuai mer 1I11 and cellar Ueod tarn aoclIU otbcr ntasaryoutbulidlntt loclatHns nib mierr etc In go r p ftndDg In flut cUii uder all wire re This li a Uautllul place a Suitable home tine to town IDol will toll tbrspaaoonuy texas No A Inns of ntmut nerea on 0001 the best la the tuuoty A III10dlI1 IWI frnmeeeelltugnodoaeef the Iarga RD- IIn story ttuna to the county pluee It n wuendandeverythlsgabout It Inrlului fne- lal ItnJld rlr n toot count- elowtoKhonlallndltlent20 minutet iltlteIrom StiinlotJ Tbla a letji bone Prlr- flvn No 11730 acre larD li rail of Crab OrcbirJ Ky IlrlckdwcllliiKl ruciua two lenaot houi t two bunt wunlrrlol our dwelling uDla high stale of cultbtaaon 150 acts lr ltlODl fencing fruit etc Rice an rr NottAnlceUraal IllchUnl welllmrrov eJ well watered etc hoc aCln olisn4onJamestown rod MUtll Dunnvllli too acies In cultivation about TJ lern In n1 rut In latga new frame Ingalsoanolddwedingonplace A new tarn nd old ones and the fentlnj U good On public roan Irlc boon No is acres of cotton land In Mlstlstlrpl There Is no ettton of country wblch offers sOmariy profitable lnvettment II lb IHII Orrortunllltilor II now fitly deseuMJasp- enlyValwy ros The IImNr II ttcolDlna moat able all the time lor Ihe reason that lumrer peorl Iron led North whets Iho supply of timber l Incrtalne their rur thechasetlm ter It removed tb UnJ U tale of Cotton lbrat purpoea It will rroJuce a acre or crow an other kin Jol crop illsej In the temperate zone The toll neeJt no fertlHiers anil elves a wWf hcannot H excelled tau are tow the Otis Is felled and the man who tuya Delta larm anJ timber lands at present price h making an In veiliaentlhatb will never regret This land Is dl 133 Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to ij000 ern the trafl and price from M per aer 1ff per acre accorting to location None W authorlitd by the comrany who owns Ihnlln11 to stale that n other panties are considering the purchase of these lands that we often these trad sub retta rrlor III wlthdr1 from market or cbanJe In price wlthont notice lIowner when Mlltie they will hoU any tract out of market long enough for th purchastr to make an Invettlcatlon About KOOO acre of thl land hat teen toll ty the Com since received thlt option For further par Iculari call about office Also a barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt River Steam power new up todate In every particular and dwell pgwltb improvements 20 ac es of One Lad close to Southern railroad Price U lU OotUg In Uc cuter 7 feet front and fret All ntctMary outbuildings eirept bro Krerjlhlsg la new and In good shape Cot U toDlaJaa rooms ball veranda porch and tawiurBt ClOM school tbunhe tie rice I No 7ATn sere of Und two story front rot age seven room hills etc HOUM la new a good garden and iplendld orchard ol i34 acre fenclni oat two itablea buggy bones imot house etc Agool well on then It also a good mill oa he place od crusher la mill Ilia sun by ural power which It a great economy and th dan It In repair Will sell the property at a low CgureorlMMlUNoi hotel tin rooms doubts veran dat hallway Eta A ins 2 story ttorrooo fronting ttreet M frat from hotel up stairs tulta bl log 2 nit cotugn nicely furnltbed capered and punted 4 rooms and veranda each larfI barn on same used at livery sub Oood KUOD Vacant lot adjoining 36 feet front br- etf deep All of this property h In London 3 ndIs a Bne chance for some one to mate money roprieior hat refuted to rent fur Ito pel month On account of health ofhiwit 001 wino for selling proprietor desire to UCbDII- ror farm la Lincoln county 11075A small farm or 73 lUll of good land located clot to town Irloi tZSW No 5190 toes or lint on mUll from Somerset XeulnlCOun Seals Foray UrN in cullin lion 40 urn In iwture balance In timber Dwell contain seven ram Large barn and all nee t tsar outbuilding Fences od buildings In rlD diet repair Wen watered Irlco12500 countxrall Kat rlrer enuI t It Orttclatt land and In IraN Tbls land It for sale orihsng 32S acre In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 60 acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about Din grass Timber on Is cut to II Inches but will make barrel timber shine les ties and cord wood enough to pay for tbe place twice over A large part ed There are tour dwellloJlI of root each and one store of twodturles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 8 ants of county seat grow tobacco corn wheat grass etc for W200 Onehalf shblourandOrlt Mill Anderson county Ky 35 barrel capacity covered with Iron built years ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of the year It Is an up todato roller mill with burnt for corn and meal bolt The Is of 7 yeare rum 14 acres with the mill including what Is with the house of S rooms All for 05250 or fl 500 for the mill and 14 acres One half cub Has line trade No mill In 10 miles No MFlfty acres near Heatant Polar Ky Frme house S room and ubcod other OUlbulldluge a acres in cultivation reil In Ur Well wat yards from pottofflceachwl and church will on and In oad com aitnlty JrIINo ztl200 acreiofltnd In Cue wuntyor UberllIod Colurpbll roil Twrhe houses and on room 14 story pet thcrboardtd Goal barn About awn In ultITatlon lIulldlopo modem shape and froclo good Uood timber Welt at bouts torlDgi all over place and 2 creeks running ugh It Will the at a whole for I110UO on eair germ or will divide place to suit purchaser No 215A nice little 5 loom cottage All act tary outbuildings and a good garden Abouttt mile Staniond Ibis It a cheap place Irlw cub No 217P1 acre lam In mlleol Ihll IK e loom dwelling store bouw smoke boute well bOIlM crib eta All the bulllings and fencing Ircondition10 loud ordlN stout 7- stlacultIvatlonrest Ingoolthither Warred hy a Serer falling wattrt ot South Fork 12200 No 219One vacant lot In Junction qty at Soutbeatt corner of Luciu and Urouort strut rrootlog to feet on llrnflnn ttrrrt and running h on Lutue Iree tl2lftl Prlca 111 cash NoTKIHome aud lot on Logan ttreet In Blan ford hood etc Everything In good le lrlce 11600-pur 230 acres of land I dwellings of rooms ectb Large tobacco barn Ittt lilt long next to the ltham In Lincoln county 2 small stotk harps Tltll between I goof county touch and 2 leading turnpike All the buildings and reodol are In Place Is well watered h 1l00d IprlOIlcrleb etc Splendid tobacco land and of corn to the acre this- smakelheownerfrom M to 20 per cent on nyestmenL ltlaoge If not the l pleu of 1Jncoln county If ou are look laR for a bargain this U Tour chanw Plce cheap 3 miles from town No 110100 ere farm bolll In cultivation well water ldTicrSmalflottng of iwrnomij tow taw well Price 10 per acretroreny cellar and No t2 room dwelling good ler land jnetfalllalwell and spring Fencing ollbulldlo la fair ueapplace dote to town Will soil a Im1I ay Central Kentucky Real Estate A Title Oo Stanford Ky li ft I m sC 0It i n M t L I Ut t 0S T I 1 j I s r- 1VI fu- s t u r We have about 50 TwoPiece Suits from I 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 IIthemcost more today than a year ago but to close them they go in this sale atIt 500 a Suit t jSpot Cash Now is your chance C111a6 t H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE e e New Stock PARIS GREEN flLet us Supply You 1 V17 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky lit q I I r I Rubber oooaoooa Rubber I Not rubber neck but IlUBEftOID the best roofing mmlo for the money will last longer than nny ready roofing on market A trial will convince Investigate thoI r IsSTANFORD H dinner Aldridge mid KENTUCKY Plumber t I I AaarlaI la r II YOUR WANTSN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGISTI TANFORDi I PKJISONA supervision given to nil Prescriptions tiompoundedw t t e 0 ReadyMade Goods srAbout 25 Lndico Suits in Black Navy and Brown that eoKlnt SIC to 625 goalJ All at cut j tIlffcCI forget the date July 2nd to 14th Terms elfish to nth STANFORD KY JUNE 20 1001 DRLICIOUS Ito Cream Soda ntlennys Drug Store t PERSONALS GEO D FLOUUNCE Is visiting In Mt SterlingMR F CUMMINS was in Lcxtng ton Sunday MIL W C PCTTUS was in Dcllcvu prospecting Mn J T CAnnoN of Cincinnat pent Sunday here loins J M McCAHTY of Corbin Is Mrs W L McCarty GAIt 1IrT is back from u vilit mother at Cavu City Miss LOTTIE CAIDWBU of tandon is with Miss Ella May Saunders MRS JULIA CIUSB is spending a fev weeks at Crab Orchard Springs t t Mn S IL MAKTIN of Uockcaatlc was tho guest of Mr It G Jones Miss PATSY PKKWITT of Lexington U tho guest of Miss T vis Carpenter loins NANNIR LYNV Lirrcimu ot Henderson is with Mn J C McClary ATTORNEY J B PAXTON went up to Mt Vernon on legal business ycstcnlay MR AND MRS J II HAUGIIMAN aro back from a six weeks tour of tho fa West PAINE and children utj MRS C II t Boston are with her mother Mrs W P Tate MR AND MRS J H MOUNT of Lan cuter spent Sunday with Mr and Mn II J McRobcrts- MESSRS GEO BROCK and Georgi Smith went up to 1lncvlllo yestordaj to run a saw mill Mils P E KEMP and children of Birmingham are with her father Mr T W Pcnnington- MR J F PETTUH of Springfield passed through to tho East End Saturday to visit relatives Miss KATIIERINE WARREN of Son her parents Mr and I crsct is visiting Mrs Walter Warren MRS M L DKNIIAM nnd children of I Mt Vernon have been with tho familj of Mr J P Dcnham MRS ANNA D VANARSDAIC is up v from Harrodsburg with her daughter Mn II J McIlobcrU Miss KATE WATERS has returned from a protracted visit to relatives in Covington and MHSDAMBS It L ELKIN and Gertrude Embry of Lancaster were guests Frl t day of Mrs W B OBannon BRAZLEY nndMILDRED ME DAMBS Bcailey of Lancaster open James a Sundaywith Mn W W Hays wife orand MR W It BRANNOCK Pleasant Mo are with Mr and Mrs A C Robinson nt Lancaster of the Peyton IIEII SR tn SAS I Well section had a stroke of apnplex Sunday night and is in a critical condi t lion Mn CAiGIOLi0 BAILEY of Shelby and Mrs William Bonny of Ctatttj nOOla are with their sister Shanks Mils IIENRv D CAuPnEL and chic dren returned to Dellevue Sunday nccompanicd by her sister Mrs J K a V D WALLIN of the East town yesterday on crutches Sgbeen laid up several weeks with of rheumatismcasea severe MRS H C UUPWY returned yester Marion county Miss Mo for some time Jour M HALE and wife and Mn hail whonnd WearenEd Halot Messrs daft Saturday relatives here have been with for their homo In Kansas City and KatherCARTERBESSIEMissES entertained a number of ino Warrent Friday evening In honor ofTlIwNancy Rowe of Russell coun tySomerset Mountaineer and childADAMS MRS J DEEcmm Cumberfor ren will leave tomorrow week Mr F B land Falls to spent a will Twldwell brother of Mrs Adams the timeIn accompany them antlput fishing Advocnte Tuesday toloftMn JOliN S WELLS at the State Druggists bo present Mr vention at Coruleait Springs nndI forTuesdayloftMrs R S Lytlo forwith friends Kansas to boper Herald era Richmond lioN R W MILLEn of in the Interest ofSaturday t was hero Mr Miller his candidacy for Congress of friends In Lincoln has a numbert their power to nld for further political MRS S II AtniiiDOK Is with her parents in Garrard JUDGE AND Mns W C DELI spent Sunday at Dripping Springs MR W W WADE and family oC Corbin are here with friends MRS J R HARRIS of was visiting friends in MRS HATTIE SIIELTON City is with Mrs J C McClury Miss PEACIIIE BAUOHMAN is villitlng tho family of Mr I M Dunn in Gar yard MR ANDREW MERSIION and wife ot Tiogn Texas are with Mr and Irs S M Spoonamoro at Hubble MR J L LEAVIILL of Kansas City who loft this county 63 years ago is back mingling with old friends MRS SAM CORDICR and littlo son ot Lebanon Junction nrc with her pnrentJ1 Mr and Mrs B P MartlnotRowland MBSSRS JAMBS C RBID of Hustor ville and Samuel Caldwell of Paducal spent several days at Crab Orchar RoiidiTA OBANNON return yesterday from Pitlaburg Pa where visiting since oho left tol loge at Bethany W Va MKS EUZAIIETII BROUGIITON who has been visiting her mother Mrs I R Jones of leftSnturdiy for her homo in Chicago WILUAM Marion nnd Matsv Grimes children of Mr and Mrs W P Grunt will entertain n number of their little friends from 3 to Thursday afternoon LOCALS WALKER BAUCIIMAN colored died In Maxvillo Saturday and was burled Sun dayFon RENT Five room on Mill Street newly painted and in good repair J H Baughman Co ALL persons having stock in the Lincoln County Fair Association will pleas pay it to mo at once J F Cummins secretory MR DEE TURNER of Lancaster has secured the hitch and feed privileges oC the Stanford fair and asks his friend to remember him when they como to Stanford July 12 1314 MIt W 0 WALKER has resigned as treasurer of tho Stanford Grade School and his successor will be elects at a meeting of the trustees of that in Btitutlon Thursday night Mn SIIELRY TEVlsof tho Shelby City section has contracted for the erection of n handsome brick residence on the sito of Travelers Rest II which WI18 destroyed by fire some time ago I WILL bo located at J L Beazley furniture store for tho present with my optlcnl goods Will be glad to test you eyes and supply you with glasses at the lowest cash prices Will N Craig PROP M 0 WINtRY of Middles boro has announced his candidacy for tho democratic nomination for superintendent of public instruction Prof Winfrey formerly lived In Stanford and was superintendent of tho Stanford Graded School SOME SCO or 1000 people attendee the St Johns celebration at Crab Or hard Saturday and enjoyed tho exer tiscs and big dinner hugely Good orI dor was preserved and tho Jay was ono that will not soon bo forgotten by those Wag were prswt FEIANDMr Feland aged 66 died at his homo Friday evening of a complication of troubles and wns burled In Buffalo Cemetery Sunday afternoon after services at the grave by Rev R B Mnhony Ho is survived by his wife who was Miss Mary Cooper of Brcckcnrldgo county and our sons and threo daughters They are Dr John Fe landof Bath county Mr Farris R Fend of Lawrcnceburg Mr Wm Fend of tho West und Mr Armp Fend this place Mrs It L Berry and Misses Cooper and Adele Foland Mr Poland was ono of Lincolns oldest cit- Izens and most of his long life had been spent in tho county Ho had always been an extensive farmer but for ono crm ho held tho ofllco of high sheriff lo made a good officer but in those lays tho salary was small and ho did not aspire to succeed himself realizing hat there was very little money In pol- Itics Deceased was an upright honorable man and tho friends ho mado luring his long sojourn on earth regret hat ho is no more Ho had been in ecblo health for many years and had not been able to comp to town for a long time Another Sale Begins nt our store Monday July 2 and continues until July 14th Again we find ourselves after a season a selling with a lot of short lengths odds and ends that must IKJ clcnnctl tip at n great tacrific This includes remnants of wool goods wash goods silks etc and email lots of dcsirrble goods from every department such as Sloes Hose Underwear Glove Laces Hamburgs Shades Poles Carpets Mattings Etc See poster for further details FOR SALENewcabbage peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard f20OMrGeo D Hopper paid over to the heirs of S Laban Withers deceased 2000 insurance which ho held in the Maccabce lodge at Mt Xenia BEAR in mind tho great picnic at Yosemite July 4 Jones Kelsay the managers have arranged a fjno program which will bo carried out rain or shine NOTICE DUI those having claims against tho estate of S L Withers deceased will file same with L H Hughes properly verified for settle mont C C Withers admr 2t SPECIAL TRAIN TO LANCASTER FAU The L N will run a special train from Paris to Lancaster each day dur- Ing the Lancaster Fair The trnin leaves Pails at 805 each morning past ing Winchester at 855 Richmond nt 945 and arriving at Lancaster at 105J Tho rate will be ono fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Returning trllin will leavo Lancaster at 5 oclock Dates July 18 19 20 Tim opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs will occur next Friday evening 29th when a great time may be expected The belles and beaux of this entire section will be present and the light fantastic will be tripped to the strains of tho Winchester Orchestra which has been engaged for the season The young people of Lincoln and adjoining counties are cordially invitei to beprcsent and participate in tho dance which promises to be among tho swcllcst ever given at that grand old resort A JURY is the case of William Kennedy for killing James Shupcs a German in thq East End some seven months ago He nnd his brother P Faulkner Kennedy were indicted for the killing but it was decided to try them singly JTho dcfensi is represented by Judgo M C Saulley George B Saufley Fontaine Fox Bob bitt and W S Burch the latter havini been engaged before he was clectct county attorney Hon Harvey Hcln is assisting Commonwealths Attornc Hardin HUNG JURY The jury in the ease ot Robert E Lee Sims for killing John R Farris was given the case at 315 Friday afternoon and two hours later they repotted that an agreement was Impossible Judge Bell held them over and at 830 Saturday morning anothc effort was made to reach an agreement but without avail and when they again reported that they could not mako a verdict tho judge discharged them Six were for acquittal and six for con victlon three of the latter being for a life sentence we understand Fly splendid speeches were made and tho ase was stubbornly fought from star to finish This is the second hung jury in the case evening their county home Mr nnd Mrs Bedell Chancella delight tully entertained in honor of weir son Mr George Chancellor of Hncinnnti The house was artisticall Iccoratcd for the auspicious occasion tnd tho large lawn brilliantly illuminated with Japanese lanterns which pro sated a scene of beauty and happiness Jolr Chancellor was assisted in rcccir ing by Misses Ophelia and Anna Chancellor Josephine Sandidge and Mr Will Chancellor At a late hour dclic ous refreshments were served eacl guest holding a card with part of the lame of a flower thereon and a great eal of pleasure was afforded the visitors in finding the person who held the card containing tho missing part of the lowers name The following couples wero present A L Ponce and Miss Lucy Miller GivcnsJ W Williams and Miss Knto Pence George Hopper and Miss Mary McRobcrts Haynes Smith ind Miss Josephine Sandidgo A M Pence Jr and Miss Arethusa McAlis ter J N Menefce Jr and Miss Ad die McClary George Hail and Miss Kit tle Gooch L M Huey and Miss Levisa larrisj J M Alverson and Miss Clara Cooperj G G Beazley and Miss Mary MobleyjL Wearen Hughes Sand Miss Josephine Warren Leo Rupley anti Miss Dora Pence James R Newland nnd Miss Sara Dunn H C and Miss Sallio Taylor Woods Hubert Carpenter and Kit Huffman John wsley Reid Welch Rochester and- Reid Jones Everyono was loud In praise of the enjoyablo evening and bade host good night with reluctance GOING FAST25c silk organdies 17c Severance Son ntI WANTED buygoal horse E C Walton Stanford EXTREMELY low prices on ranges for 10 days Geo II Farris I STILL have on hand cabbage and cel erys plants J W Brnckctt Stanford KEEP a close watch for tho air ship on July 25 20 27 at the lIustonvilleI fair FOR SALE CncAPA good delivery wagon used a short time Gcorg H Farris LADIES will be admitted to the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 12 13 14 free on the first day FOR RENTThho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office MARY ELIZABETH little of Mr and Mn W H Furr of the Flat Woods section ofGarrard died Sunday- after a long illness She was the Idol of her parents who arc almost heartbroken over their loss MR rneyfor L N railroad was here yesterday and made settlements with the administrators oC Geo V Ponder P W Tharp and Fran cis Weaver the three Brodhcad boys who were killed in a wreck in Louisville yards somo weeks ago The amount paid each was 5OOOMt Vernon Signal FOUND CHICKENS Hartwell Shank a and Manse Mobley found a box containing 19 hens near Rowland a few days ago Some rascal had evident stolen the hens and hidden them with tho hope of moving them at some more convenient time They are at Hnydci Shanks at Rowland and if your roost has been robbed lately you might profit by going down and seeing if some of tho fowls are not your own PEAIRS Mrs Elizabeth Peain the aged mother of Mn Carrie Shelton of Rowland died suddenly at her horn Saturday afternoon The burial occurred in Buffalo Cemetery after services by Rev Gilbert Glass yesterdaj morning She is survived by Meadame Rebecca Surges John McKee Carri Shelton and Arthur and William Pcaln Mrs Pcaim was a splendid christia woman and her death carries sorrow to the hearts of all who knew her STOLE FLlESA fes ago Mr M D Elmoro wrapped up several sheets of fly paper which had been used long enough to be full of flies to take to his backyard up home and burn After he had started home he had to- go back into his store and ho laid the package on a box near the door until he returned When he came out the pack age was gone somo thief having ap propriated It Imagine the rascals feelings when he opened the bundle nnd found sticky fly paper and thousands of Jesse Carter ono of tho best old gentlemen in the West End died n few days ago of infirmities ftcndant on old age The remains vcra laid to rest in tho McCormacks Lurch grave yard after services by Eld J Q Montgomery Mr Carter is survived by only one childMr Rich an Carter of Lebanon His wife died a slumber of years ago Ho lived an wnorable upright life but it was only few weeks ago that he made a profession of religion and united with tho Ihristian church He was a very popular man and his many friends are grieved that ho has been taken away from earthly scenes SOME 50 couples attended the rccep lion given by Mr and Mrs John S laughman Friday evening in honor of Miss Lida McRoberts of Canton Mo nnll enjoyed to tho fullest extent the hospitality of tho clever host and harming hostess Mr and Mrs iaughman wero assisted in receiving by the Misses Wood and Miss Mnry Iruco and Mr Robert T Bruce Those who entertained were Misses Pattio and Sotlo Alcorn Dollio Mc Roberts and Mrs Suo Yeager Miss lary McRoberts presided at the frappo bowl Games etc were enjoyed and Inter In the evening delightful refreshments wero elegantly served It was a most enjoyable occasion and one that rill not soon bo forgotten by those whose good fortune it was to bq present Free Besides the hig reduction in prices we are going to give to each purchns er of 82 83 5 10 and 25a beautiful picco of glassware This is no drawing for a prize hut nth are treated alike All who get u gift Dont fail to get some of those lawns at 3Ac ginghams at Cc and choice ofn hig lino wash goods at 0cJSEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I IIwIth FultonStella jtinhlaeiTort TurntrsvllleI Armpatoad Great beingcured fliesCARTERMr bupa Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner fJ Marx IVtiN111AO K1tiNKr f Neither Comfort nor the conventions Dei manda Waistcoat i with a Suit for Sumi mer Service i Simply no Function See Our TwoPiece i Suits in Blue Serges j and Greys a Iii Stanford Kentucky j- 1tiNtit sNtNs 11tiN Its+t+ + Ii1h + ++ + IIU Fi U 11020 + ++3 + tI +5++++ U II II+ See Our 5 and loei ePil enllWe have just received a new supply ofII China and Glassware Tin o- fI and Granite Ware Etc Iii terest to look at our assortment be fore it is picked over Dont delay but come at once and you will be repaid for looking t L M HUBY CO t DryJGoods Notions ShoesI W 5 and lOJCent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t Ultlll 11I IIIIIItntIIIIIIt The Interior Journal Entered in the PottQffice III Stanford 01 tttffndda matter1- 7BL7MuED TUESDAYS AND MUDVX AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid ISOO will be charged NAPOLEON DlRelt hand high Wnsilwl by Tivrklnatona tfnpokon lit dam liy lilacs Jlnwk son of stlgnll Onle- be by 1ttrllllllllck Hawk 21 dam by lov Wool VlllHorvomiimnt to iniuro n Uvlng can Trading the ntnro forfeit the tnwrnnre No rcsponnllilllty for Hccld nt K I 8Innfonl K- yINSURANCE Fire Lightning Wlnd Aoeldent None but the 8THONOKBTllnd J1E8TOompllnlesltepn lenled Uble Rates Oumnlet Lau 1llylngiwQ t enHUcequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on me L G Fox Livery Feed I Sale Stable Danvlllo Ky BDCAFtTEFtSacceaeor to Bruce Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage ii solicited Horses on commission Stock Pena In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 with to coil privatelyy farm of 170 crti6 miles West of Lancaster on the laze iflcton pike It li well Jmprovwl and ha of water and timber Well fenced repairAlso of 100 acres lying midway between Lancaster nnd J ex Jngton pike Good outlet way well- feuced Ternii reasonable T11IEISRINO- Dtnrkebury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You readymade clothing when there JlIIO little difference In the price of high yourmeasurementtekenbyanexperienced tailor a Hammer good I can make from a low price bailnets null to the finest dress lull Also overcoat trouson and fancy vests The company I represent U one of the best H c RUPLEY the Tailor Dattl TraylorfDZA- Lga is WliIsKi Brandy Wines Beer Cigars Etc Carpenter House I Close to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt and pout itl nUon Nolhlnr Ikttit t M drink Mall phon a tlgsp orltrs rtclyt raapttttentlao INSURANCEPlace teSt nod strongest company in the world See and talk with It M Newlaud who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago anti circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red It M NUWLAJJD Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 e 1 CcelaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Hnrne8aSaddlery Ac t STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Rome Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur Cniture MattingsRuga They willfexcbango Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY d cc FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEFresh Jersey cows T A Rice J R Beazley bought of Dan Hester a combined gelding for 135 In Bourbon Thomas Henry Clay sold to tames Well 25 1044pound cattle at 4cA M Pence Sr sold to Will LiU lard of Boyle 70 91pound lambs at 6Jc A C James whose postoffice is Way nesburg wants to buy a lot of stock ewes Matt Cohen of Richmond bought of Irvine Azbill the young stallion Ver dict Jr for 750 I will stand my fine Jersey bull Don Pedro 2nd at 1 cash at the pen Jaa A Estes Stanford Mr George Holmes of Crab Orch ard sold to J M Cress a lot of 260 pound hogs at 5 85 Fort SALEA few elegantly bred Duroc boars February farrow Sire and dam from best herds in Kentucky R H Crow R F D No2 Stanford J Wes Robards of Harrodsburg received from the government last week a voucher for 135 in payment for a mule taken from him by soldiers during the Chnwar The secret of the late Sysonbys wonderful speed and stamina was disclosed at the autopsy performed on tho great colt shortly after his death It was found that his kidneys and lungs were twice as large as those organs in an ordinary horse No wonder ho had extraordinary wind and reserve force He was completely sound ot wind and limb at tho time of death Had he re covered from the disease it is believed that he would have been lame Syson by suffered intense pain and the attend ing veterinaries say it was the most violent case on record Septic poisoning is what killed the great racer He was literally eaten up with the eruption his feet his tail his nose and ears being affected Sysonbys death Is a great loss to the breeding world and it may be some years before his equal is pro census of 1900 shows that with a little over 5000000 farms in the United States not much over 0600000 turkeys were produced Among the States Tex as is in the lead having produced al most 650000 turkeys Following Tex as come Missouri Illinois Iowa Ohio and Indiana in the order named The State of Rhode Island produced less than 5000 turkeys It may be remark ed however that if all the turkeys were of such good quality as those produced in Rhode Island their value would be nearly doubled and they would return correspondingly greater profits to the growers Rhode Island turkeys sold at retail in the markets of New York City and Boston during Thanksgiving and holiday weeks as high as 38 and 40 cents a pound while other turkeys could be bought at 20 and 25 cts This gives some idea of the will ingness of people to pay a good price for the best Kentucky Fiar Dates The following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 190C as far as reportedStanford July 12 13 and 14 Richmond JulyJuly 113 days Lancaster July 183 days Hustonville July 253 days Danville Aug 13 days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead A1g153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 2t4 days Springfield Aug 22t days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 114 days Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Wil lis T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant U S A of Itural Route 1 Concord N II says I Jwns two years In Cuba and two years In the Philippines and being subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Dis cqvery for Consumption which kept mo In perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find lit the beat medicine In tho world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Price 5Uo and 81 Trial bottle free A wagon loaded with nitroglycerin and drawn by runaway horses dashed through tho village of Knightstown Ind causing terror among the inhabitants There was enough of the explo sive to blow the town into but the horses were stopped without an ex plosion CORNS CURKD Corn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant arid we absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whose corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky J4h Tho Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Borroughs an old and woll known resident of BluITton Ind says I regardChambcrlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as tho very best remedy for bowel trouble I make this statement after having used the remedy in my family for several years I am neverwithout It This remedy Is almost sure to be needed beforo tho summer Is over Why not buy it now and be prepared for such an emergency For sale by W N Craig the popular druggist Stun ford Alberto Rositi a wellknown composer and bandmaster died in Kansas City following an operation for appen dicitis The next meeting of the State Fed eration of Womens Clubs will bo held in Shelbyville Andrew Carnegie has given 25000 to the University of Southern Call forniaA who Is In perfect health so ho can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which ho should bo thankful MrL C Rodgers of Branchton Pa writes that ho was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made a new man of him Ho says Success to Foleys Kidney Cure G L Penny PARKERS I HAIR BALSAM et bratUWt th hitr ItmiiuUi laituUnl isms Tall to ntor o folorca Residence For Sale I having loontwl permanently In Mt Htrr ling Ky I otter for nlif at n tmranln my Irnble nlldence on Hustonvlile Ht In Htnn font Ky For tmrtlculnn write me lit Mt M Bright nt the- Llncolnl7otuttyNntloni V JOSH FARM FOR SALE Hnvlng inoviHl toCllllivrt drcvk I dxilrto sell my furm of UDncrei on till Htnnfonl JtlniliOrclinrtl plketmtle front Urnb Or uhanl Farm U w ll ItnprovMl with com AllInloutcover tho place van call on Mr llolilon who llvei on the farm J HMIT1I Gilbert Preok Ky NOTICE I I have two large itororoonu fur wile lit Orlando Kovkcaitle county one of thorn ell sill the other auso with two good side and WUO to HAD worth of general niercluinUlw three town contalnlniz ii limit Tiq ucret one RKxl warehouse Mettle IthouAnnual unit general muralinndU pats to rJUmiityfar Overt million feet of good white oak poplar chestnut mid pint tlm Ixtr Also iilxiut 2IkIrIl feet of poplnr white oak cliostnut and pi m lumlx r on tlck Aliout live nulls from nullruultwo saw mills Just movliiR into the clove boundary of tlmlior Write fur further ixirtlculum J A WXI Orlando Ky School Treasurers Land Tax Sale IMstrlrt No levied on for nolutol tax to bo MIld Imforc t he ttlurthulli door InHtnn JIIlJtf7CllurzogI lnwdtLn Metthewleneesl 171 UhrhkorIOlIclII sa Leitch Jrll W lOaorm 3 t Dunlmr MrtrtSiicrt8 l Orttir usury JtaenM a 01 Hunk L litl fleece I IPox 0 A 101 nerus 1111 VHiiArcdale Joe lIT acre 41 Hull lure Early IMneret IInlll1 THJnorm ITS W M MUKlIIV District Trmmurur No fit District No 53 District No levied on for Mhool tax to le Million Monday July 0 lpl bofora the iourtIiou dour 11IllIlIfonJ Lln8oln count Ky ut lei r It Iwlng county court day IKllugindgul9ncrt W M MirillJlY District Triiiniitur No M Honor of In Condltlnti of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK nt Htnnfonl In the Haute of Kentucky nl the dote of business Juno is nMOUltona lAMiiunml DUcountH 101720 OvurdrnftHKicuivdnndnniwcurid 1Orll75 U H IlondH to secure Ilruulntloti 0ttM W lrenUlnno 4iteed Lstn y irode wullrillull tlloII K W Nanking lioiiM1 furniture nnd llx turn 8825 IOther riiil tetntuownd m 11211 W sue from Nntloinil 1Ianksnatro m ntHgIII11I e Ior l Dhv trout Htnt Hailkn t IliinkiTu 2TNi or Due fWIII n 1IIIm nlloln lIllmlN lUliw 41 OlitekH neil ether HOIIIH 1191 7S1Notes of othvr Xutlonnl ItiinkH- KriictlonnllinM l r currnncy nick- uisund cent jawful Money Reserve In Hunk vie Hx clo tlhil2llf- egrtllteiulurnotos llft 01 10111 S3 Keilemptliin fund with UHTrwm urer S per cIof ulruuhitlon tu 11 SHJ4J 72 MAIUIIT1KM Capital Htock pull III noimo uj HurpHu fund 10nui IUndivided profits lens dxpuiisus niul hilts mud 7601 NiitloniilJInnk notos out tnndlng 4100 IX title loolhrllllllolllll hank fifilj si Duo to Htato llnnkii and llunkiM lot m Individual deposits suliject cheek 1515111- 7Notes and It S10 111101IIO 510SglI 72 Htiitcof Kentucky County of Lincoln uI John MoltoliortN CiiHhlcrof the above liunuil bank do solemnly swear this the uyknowledgeRTH Hubfl rllK d and sworn to before mo this 2id day of Correct Attuaii J HIlockerH11lturrls- nlde E Tate Directors n For Sale Privately My house acres land situated Juit outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Houio hM 7 rooms kitchen and ser Tanti room Rood cellar stable and alt necestary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY Desirable Horns For Sale I I wish to sell my homo on lain twostoryframesplendid repair The outhouces are nvwnnd convfiilont Thu lot contain J acne of Iniiit itiut lnys will fornnotliirilwuillnRCnll on me for further particular W K WAllNKU Htnnfunl Ky Jesse W Sweeney raorainoK Livery Fnd and Soli Static Lancaster Ky Horse wellfed and cared for Up to date ritual reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE luau I CLAUE3O1 Prcrs JUNCTION CITY KY rirttOlaii Tornoati at Rsaionable KatM Special Attention to Traveling Men Oratn and lay For Sale A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Jlelller In and lllllllfaolurer of Granite Monuments Marble ItalMHl letters a Htteclalty Omen and work Wuynetburg Ky I Undgett Agt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We lire 1ItIllArttI 10 write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the business of the cltlivni of nlleiOffice with Crab Orchard Banking COI Havti n talk with ui before placing your lurnneo of renewing old List your property with ut anti we sell It for you charging you only a small per cent NOTICE The uiMlvnlRnwl roiiiinlttw h sit order of tin Lincoln IountyVUcnllluurt to puralinM tools for Uw dirt rnuntv riwuli will on the Hh day of July In the comi ty court ruiim rrcelveadwl bliU for Mid tools nnd the contract to funlh then uwanlwl to the lowest sad Iwt tridilxr with the right ivwrved by the cnmmltl In Joel any inxrHll bid The portals WilD Ninkr speelflrenonof tle liniilement nn l U blmolt lioanl l4tl point wroughtIron ntiindiinli Cinch Ieiltii and utraii INents to pihneircraaeltyyeelrewtLandis Telflit W Intel Build steel spin buck H iuuitiit s1 lathes one hair uHre till half round pldke Weight ruin n to i pOuntls and Inlgrhumneresteel rlll11 handles Sus The bidder to whom contract U nwnnled will duller Mid tools mill linphm nu In Stanford TheMlmplumentiniiMd tools will lx paid for nut of of Itekifur iinllim ry purposes H It II Ooojor and It 0- 1Yorron Ianunlttee- hose II W H WHITES T E t S PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Mado from Epsom Water Curlwnated Stops tho Dopo Ifabit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For sale at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price 10c Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orobard KY TROUSERSWe 4 est r line of Gents AME Trousers in town Prices LOO to 500 499 i SAM ROBINSON Dry Goals Clothing Shoes Bate and Can Ladies and Gents Furnish ings Ktcj tho store that naves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY The State College of Kentucky 1 Lexington Kentucky followlnllour ofhlehltngrtietnrs seperate faculty The llIml fnollllT nunlhrr lI11nrl proheors soul 111rllIIlIlnThe lalMrcntorle end niwemns are ll p l hnlh mcxlorit Military tattles and science are fully pnivlW for lit nsjulrtsl liy OoiiKrwi- ilrniluittM from th wfrnt course of study rcnilllr nud xr IU nt ixwlllent and liberal UIII1hHprluliitewlththenecswsrynuoderofnIrtantshnveebnegeof reek lpnrtin nt of Instrurllua r The Htetrltullegoof Kent urky Uth only ln llutlnn In the rViiiiiiiuHwxiilth dotng inany proper wnM uhlrwrtlty work Tho completion of tilt rolliw hone for young women provide fndlllU fw gaol tminl and IfxUlnit It It 11111111 with all niolorii eunvalNse ltMlliu lith nonselld- n room fur phvlcal Culture It itent l by donut itiHl llghkel toy elwtnrlty rnInugungeeri e MOH wiimm HI KentuckyA Vntod IK rerteit during the next rollvRliituyiitr yearslargeHchwil lmthlnillrnt Ihlll nit em of pro pt rltyiurpnliiR that of nil gavial year has opitniil for the Nomml f rlwrtlu0ntof the HIHIt For enlalogues iiiMbuil of obtaining nptolntnrnl iHforiuntton mfttnlln rourwi of study and term of upply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to h I VrM IluIUetgenl fe xln toii Kr full Trm hegira twpt iiiir it MM Cbe Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 Us ft OFFICERScS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M RIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK OI REOT ORSrJ B OwnLtr BtanTerd 8 H EIUMKS Stanford O W OAHTBH Turn riviie W II OUMUIM4 IreaeliertTllle L 0 Ooocii WaynesburgtW II TitATMin Gilbert Orcek It L lluniut Lanoaiter W O WALKKH Stanford J n KOBTEII Stanford W II HIIANKK Stanford J II IAXIUN Stanford II We andllnukorsconsistent with wife banking Modern Hafnty lpo11 llox s In our vault for use of our Customers First NationalStanford 111 BankCapital Stock 50000 Thle Institution was originally eitabllthed- ai the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganized ai the National lInk of Stanford In 186S and again reorganized ai the First National Ilaik of Stanford In IBIS having had practically an untnter rnpteAeilitence for 43 ear It Ii better supplied now with facllltlei for transact Inr ouilntin promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited SHOE Officers J nOOKEK Press ST UAUHII V Ire Jl MOKOHEKT9 Ohr W II WEAIlRNAiUOhn Directors r Held Danville J T lUrrli Stanford J Rocker Stanford McKinneyM n Ilauehman Stanford T P lllll Stanford Jai noblnion Rubble J II Ilaufrhman Stanford J M leiuI Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Summer Toggery I All necessary wearing apparel for the hot weather at prices you can afford to pay Soft A Shirts Collars Ties Light Trousers and all kinds of furnishing goods W E Perkins Crab Orchard IIKentucky Fit Your Boy or Girl For Business nookkreplng HhorthnndTypewrltlnRniut nil the commercial branches tnuKht In the Commercial Department of the Hue Honnutt MomorlitllHcliool HtudttnU now holding good positions Ulplpmnii gnintetl tothOMu who Iliihh the course Huv one half the cult parttarpj