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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 29 1906 NO 30 I The Can in Whlcit Abe Lincoln First Sate Daylight PAINT LICK E L Woods shipped a carload o lambs to Cincinnati Monday Rev McCallum of Lexington wil preach nt tho hall hero Sunday Mrs Mary E Klcc of Winchester u the KUest of her son Guy Rice Waiter Ilammack Is at homo from Mt Sterling Tho many friends of Olllo Terrell will be Rind to learn that ho will beat home this week Dr Carps Fish U nt home Bruce Lawson of Lancaster was here Tuesday Leonard Miller of Lancaster was hero In the Intercut of the Cen tral Record Rice Woods and Miss Margaret White and mother have re turned from a fishing trip on Kentucky riverC E Richards who was manager o the American Warehouse hat returned to his home at Hlptoy 0 C K Richards Rob Sallee C E Williams and Sam Campbell went to Kentucky river thing Friday and brought back a fish that weighed 131 I ound Mrs Mc Cormack and daughter Mrs Goodloe leave tide week for a visit toherdaugh ter Mrs Thompa Ramsey nt Hcndcr Bouvillo N C W F Champ is at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Lydia Chump is visiting her brother Alfred Champ at Maysville Mr Charles Ely and lon of Kansas City Mo aro with Mrs Mattie Ely Quito a good many from this place attended tho Baptist Association at Richmond this week Kentucky Fiar Dates The following aru tho datus fixed fo the Kentucky Pair for lOOtT as far a rportedt July 12 13 and 14 lUehmond JulyJuly 113 days Lancaster July 181 days liustonvillo July SB 1dayA- Uanvitbr Aug 18 days HarroJborK Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 111 days Brodhead Aig 163 days Lawrencelmrg Aug 21 I days Springfield Aug Stt4 days London Aug liS days NicholMvilte Aug ISIIinys tihelby villa Aug 884 days tiardstown Aug SO4 days Sotnorsot Sept 4i lays Blisabothtown Sept ia days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 11llloJ8 Alan Bites are as common in India as aro Htuiiiuili and liver dtsoiitura with IM For the later however lUV Is a sure remedy Kleulrltt HlUsrd the grout re Ntoralive inedtolnu ol whJoli S A Brown of lUmuotlsvlllo S C says Tlnv restorwl my wita io perfect lioaltU aftfi years of sugaring wah- d81ffplda and u chrontunlly torpid liver Klcvinc Vitas euro chills and fever malaria biliousness lamo back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on Guarantee by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn llros Crab Onhard IVUofiOo Filling Jotfs hide full of whisky nnlll then getting him to mako a confession which was then put up to the highest bidder looks a little unprofessional t say the least and to be an tempt tfl convict tho Hargisc whether or not Frankfort Journal W H Ward of Dyergburg loin writes this Is to certify that 1 have used Orluo Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronleoonstlputlon and h hUll proven without u doubt to bo a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It Is with pleasure loiTer my con Hclentlous reference O L Penny always to fol RuletThen I shall to Jack hes so aIowBoston Transcript If you will make Inquiry it will bo a revelation to you how many succumb to kldnoy or bladder trpuhles In ono form or another If tho patient Is not beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney 0 Cure will euro It never disappoints 0 L Penny co IFontaine Ferry Park rontulne Ferry Park the park beautiful is recognized as one of the foremost sights Louisville folks now show their guests when a visit is made to the State metropolis It Is said that over 100000 was expended In the equip meat and beautifying of the place It locatedon tho river bank and is the coolest ol about the city At night the park is jlluminatcd by nearly 20000 electric lights and presents a scene of great brilliancy Cars passing all of the depots either RO directly to tho park or transfers are given which en able visitors to reach it for a single tare Each week brings some new at traction to Fontaine Ferry Conspic uous among the amusement features faro the mammoth summer theatre where high class vaudeville is offered every afternoon and evening of the week The scenic railway is said to bo one qf the longest and most beautiful in the United States A magnificent carrousel or merrygoround has been installed this summer and is one of the star attractions of tho resort Another of the new features is the roller rink the largest rink in tho South Still an other new device is Halos Palace Ca Tours where tho visitor enters who purports to be u handsome Pullman car and by viewing moving pictures takes a journey to some of the most interest ing scenes in the world A score of other devices are to be found conspicuous among thorn being the circle swing looptholoop Chllcoot Pass IIEdl galsRamos n excellent cafe and restaurant on the grounds will appeal to all visitors from out of town RUBBLE John Bourne now of Lebanon Ind is expected home in a few days Hid F M Tinder will till his op xlntmont at the Christian church Sun day afternoon The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris dun church will give an lee cream sup per on Saturday night July 7 The pro coed arc for tho benefit of the church R W Weaver of Missouri IvisitIng his brother J II We orMI38- Grace Helen Patterson of Lancaster Is tho guest of Miss Flonnlo Hammond Mrs T C Rankin and daughter Miss Jennie have returned from n vie It to Somerset Misses Fairy and May Oath have returned to Monticello after a pleasant visit to relatives here Mr and Mrs A J Rice of Lexington are guests of Mrs A C Carman R G Bratton and J S McKittrick sold their corn to Banks Hudson at 3 Lee Rankin sold n mare to J N Weav or of Wayne for 150 J W Speaks is threshing wheat in this community with his new machine B W Givens sold his whom to Banks Hudson at SOc IDeath From Lockjaw hover follows un injury dressed with niuklonn Arnica Salvo Its un tlfioptlc and ligallng proportion prevent blood poisoning hal Oswald merchant of llenssolimrsvlllo N Y thlt0plnce of tho ugliest sore on bis neck lover saw It Gurus Cuts Wounds Burns und Soros 2fio at Penny a Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard In n response to a telegram from Gov loch of Kansas asking Western thatIa rate of one thlyd tho usual fare to jlcrioooCelusive An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of cloggedbowels und torpid liver until constipation Incomes chronic This condition in unknown to those tvh uso Dr Kings New Life PIUs tho best and gentlest regulator of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn Bros Crab Orchard Price 25c NEWS NOTES Julius Throckmprton shot Audlcy Green to death in a saloon at Paris- J W Lancaster died in Lexington as a result of injuries received in a runaway accident The United Daughters of tho Confed eracy of tho United States are to have a building at tho Jamestown Exposi tion Nino Toledo Ice men were fined 1000 each and sentenced to serve one year in the workhouse for violating anti trust laws A wonderful operation was performed in New York when a wound in a mans heart was sowed up and the patient Is now on the road to recovery Tho Philadelphia Board of Health di rected tho owners of 37 slaughter lions es in various sections of the city to abandon their establishments Leon Chalmers aged 79 was arrested In Evansville for horsestealing Just 32 years ago he was taken in custody inI the same city for the same offense Owing to the pressure of public bust ness in Washington Senator Halley of Texas was unable to attend the Bar Association meeting at Winchester Thos J Flynn claiming to have taken part in the GocbelTaylor election contest and having relatives at George town committed suicide at Denver Col John Alexander Dowie was declared to be insane by Dr Archibald Church an alienist who also said the Zionist possessed great mental capacity for businessSix cooks employed in Ohio coal mines where strikes are on were fired on from ambush and lOd shots were exchanged several participants being wounded travelingJOhio were struck by an Ohio Central train near Bollefontaine 0 and all injuredt a freight car of a train running on the Sierra Railway between Jamestown and Angels Ca ex ploded one and n half tons of dynamite and killed two brakemen Elizabeth McLennan a nurse who triptcage that Dowle was delirious during the greater port of thejourney A powerful organization known as tho Policyholders Protective League has been formed by tho business men of San Francisco to enforce fair treat meat from all Insurance companies Harry Thaw slayer of Stanford White in New York gives as his excuse that his wifes life had been ruined b the latter He is in the Tombs recolv Ing the same treatment as other prison ore Judge James Hargis under indict mont for the murder of J B Marcum sold at Beattyvlllc that he is ready for trial next week and his only fear is that the Commonwealthwill oak a continu uncoThe Kentucky Anti saloon has Issued an address to the people an nouncing its purpose to take part in the election of all public olllelals this fall and asking aid in pushing the fight for temperance Twentythree public schools with 26 thrcanal zone nnd already the number o pupils has reached 1123 The work seems certain to take big proportions although the field has heretofore been uncovered The opening of Now Yorks Madison Square Roof Garden season was inter rupted by the killing of Stanford White prominent architect Harry Thaw o Pittsburg wealthy clubman and has band of Evelyn Noabit an actress under arrest charged with murder Reform in the criminal laws of Kentucky as regard appeals from lower courts was advocated nt the session of the Kentucky Bar Association In Winchester John It Allen delivered an address on the subject Tho at tendance was good and the membership was shown to have increased How to Break Up a Cold It may be a surprise to many t learn that n severe cold can bo completely broken up In one or two days time The first symptoms of n cold are u dryi loud cough a profuso watery discharge from tho noso and u thin white coating on tho tonguo When Chamberlains cough remedy Is taken every hour on tho first appear iiueo of those symptoms it counteracts tho effect of the cold and restores tho system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by W N Craig tho popular druggistStanford I notice your sign remads Depart ment for Males and Department for Females said the swell tailors andoWomen 7II But wo want to include all replied the precise tailor Some of our cue tomers you know are dudesPhilli delphia Press IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Ollie Wilson aged 19 is dead of typhoid fever nt London Prof C R Payne and Miss Cora Simpson were married at Columbia Several cases of smallpox In mildI form have appeared at Barbourville Contract has been let for a 35000 graded school building at Middlesboro Thomas Stigall of the Pisgah section of Pulaski is dead utter a brief illness Robert Cooper farmer and merchant of the Line Creek section of Pulaski is deadGeorge Gooch a miner was crushed to death by falling slate at the Black Bear mines In Knox county- J M Konne the live nnd uptodate baker at Junction City has the distinc tion of having the first motor delivery wagon in Boyle county Arthur Block one of Mid lesboros largest business houses which was erected at a cost of 100000 was pur chased by the Citizens State Bank of Middlesboro Two Kentuckians were selected for comImencement the philosophical oration A petition signed by lCOO voters asking an election to determine whether or not Washington county and Springfield shall have saloons was filed with the county court and the election was or dered held on Aug 25 Sherman Collier shot and killed his wife from whom he had been separated and then committed suicide at the home of his wifes stepfather near London He had brooded over the separation Ills little son was the only witness to the tragedy The overturning of a lamp by a do mestic during an epileptic seizure caus ed a fire In the residence of Mrs Sallie C Craft at London Neighbors extin guished the blaze and saved the house The domestic Salllo Sparks was seriously burned Wm Hill father of Mrs L E Hunt died Saturday and was buried in the city cenetery Sunday afternoon He came to Somerset from Lincoln county was in employ of C S railroad for some years nnd afterwards with Hunts machine shop He teas a good and pop ular citizen leaving ninny friends to regret his departure Somerset Journal MATRIMONIAL Lewis Bell and Miss Sallie Novel each aged 19 were married at Preach ersvillo Monday Wallace clerk in the Richmond 9post o01ce was married to Miss Annie Engle also of Richmond Commander Booth Tucker and Miss Minnie Reid were married at the Salva tion Armys Citadel in London Matthew Reid aged 18 and Miss Boulah Toonibs 17 were joined heart and hand at Moroland on the 24th Miss Jennie Brian and T H Roberts Junctionoto wore William Gatto and Miss Louise JowonUkl both from tine Fatherland were married Ottenheim Wednesday In the presence of tho assembled wedding guests at tho home of his intended bride Joe Uelnlmrt tho man herfKutzer and then shot himself with probably fatal results The tragedy which was as terrible as It was unex pected occurred at Comfort Texas h Unknown Friends who have Cholerafsplendidsentree they have hesitated about JiIng n testimonial of their experience for publication Those people how ever are none the loss friends of this remedy They have done innoli toward making It a household word by their personal rccoinmondatlons to friends and neighbors U Is a good medicine to huvu In the homo and Is widely known for Itscures of diarrhoea and alt forms of bowel trouble For 1salo by W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Mayor Tom L Johnson Cleveland has accepted an invitation to preside at tho reception to William J Bryan in Madison Square Garden on Mr Bryans return to this country Henry Walter son will deliver an address on behalf of the South and Alexander Troup of New haven Conn will speak in the name of the East The name of the speaker for the West has not been an nounced A Lesson in Health Healthy kidneys Inter tho Impurities from tho blood and unless they do this good health Is impossible Fo loys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kldnoy and bladder disease It strengthens tho whole system O L Penny t J W H H1C GINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY s I IMr Ewing Young Stoncfort IlL Cured br Zmo AfUrSU Y an Torment and HumilUtio ZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE v READ 1MR YOUNGS LETTER E W Ross MKDICIKE Co St Louis Mo Sro rzroaz ILL April 3 1905 picturebeforohundreddollarsEightbottlesZEMO is the best remedy in the world for any rvYt rflf tny1skin disease Yours very truly 1J JGUARANTEED AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD ICall and get one or these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey hark Gool for roast turkey liam eta Works on topof stove as weI4 in oven d GEORGE H FARRIS t Stanford Kentucky Save Money By buying your Refrigerators Water Coolers Freezers Scteen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George De Hopper StanfoKjt Ky Public Sale of Jersey Cattle Between the hours of 12 M awl 2 oclock si during tho FridayJulynow in lull flow ot milk They huvo nico udders null teats with Jersey markings are right in every particular end will give satisfaction as family cows For inspection the cattle will ho on grounds front 8 A M till the tine ofIale ==J G CARPENTER M D Give Your Children AnEducation Ilimnott Alemorlnl Holmol IMnbllued lelgenr4I1tasl had u rupliU continual PrimaryMuloliorouuli locution lieiltliful lunuencewhotoomeYrltt fornitnlojjue JC IjKWIH Principal tendon Ky e The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES b of Mercer Is a candidate to repre sent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion O O Gilbert subject to the ictloa of the Dem ocratic party HON R W MILLER of MndUon onnl Is n candidate to rep sent tlio Klglith OonRregiilonnl District of Kentucky III succeed Hon U O tubers subject to the action of the Hem ocrntlc party 1M F NORTH- Ii n candidate for Hcprrxrntntlveot Lincoln county ml JiCt to the netlon of the l pino crntlo party r TilE annual address of the Kentucky Anti saloon League issued by President M B Adams of Frankfort and Supt George W Young of the State at large is of exceptional interest in view of the liquor situation in Kentucky Through its officers the league announces that it will take a hand in the selection of the State officers at f the next election and in the choosing of members of the Legislature to com prise the General Assembly in 1908 the avowed object being to secure the enforcement of the liquor laws and toI prevent their repeal In the address it is asserted that the saloon interests are organizing to take an active part in the campaign and the league nnnouncesI that every candidate will be required to state his position in regard to liquor legislation It is estimated in the ad dress that 25 more counties will be free from saloons under the County Unit Bill and it is said that at the next meeting of the General Assembly an F attempt will be made to amend the law as to make the County Unit Bill operative over the entire State The law as it stands excludes cities hav ing a population of 3000 Amendments Intended to make this law simpler will be offered The address says the beforerTilE treaty between the United States r and the Powers of Europe in relation to Morocco which was negotiated as the result of the Algeciras conference will be reported to the Senate at the a first meeting of the Foreign Relations If Committee next December and voted k on not later than December 20 The opposed the treaty and the 1Republicans of the committee were 1united for it It was apparent how ever that it could not be brought to a vote at the present session and the Republican members of the committee adopted the foregoing program which met with no opposition J NORTON FITCH State Executive Committeeman Eighth Congressional district has called a meeting of the Eighth District Democratic Committee a at Nicholasville on Friday July C at 1 p M for the purpose of fixing the wt time and manner for nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress from this district POLIITCAL Ruby Laffoon of Hopkins county has announced for State treasurer r The House passed the bill for a railway i bridge across the Kentucky river 4Vat Beattyville It is now considered probable that Congress will not reach an adjournment until one day next week The Omnibus Public Building bill was pissed by the House one hour being consumed in its reading and considera tion John B Jones was appointed post master at Coalport Knox county andI Wm A Taylor at Rose Hill Mercer county h Surgeon General P M Rixey of theI United States navy has arrived at ij Manila to inspect the naval hospitals at Cavite Cebu and OleongopoI Judge Frank Peak appointed J R Paxton Master Commissioner of thet Anderson Circuit Court to the vacancy being caused by the death of James GudgelThe Richmond Virginia Times Dis patch nominates Bryan and Watterson for 1908 and the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune suggests that the platform be free silver and free mint The Senate adopted the conference report on the Military Academy Appro priation Bill The Senate provision in I creasing the limit of cost for the completion of the improvements at West Point to the extent of 1700000 wasI adoptedThe voted not to accept the conference report on the Railroad Rate Bill and Senators Tillman Elkins and Cullom were reappointed to conduct a further conference During the day the Senate passed the Naval Appropri ation Bill Gov Beckham appointed Attorney B F Menefee of Grant county Judge of the Fifteenth judicial district as the successor of Judge John M Lassing of Boone whom he last week elevated to the Appellate bench as the successor of Judge Thomas H Paynter G G Gilbert of Kentucky is one of the most serene members of the House He has adopted a summer suit light in weight and color and changed from the daily red carnation of winter to a carnation lIe seems un disturbed says a Washington dispatch r u te Auditor S W Finger has announced for governor The Georgia General Assembly convened in Atlanta Wednesday Gov William T Cobb was renrfnii nated by the Maine republicans The republicans of the Tenth district will hold county mass meetings Aug 18 to select delegates to the congres sional convention at Pikesville Aug 22 It is expected that Congress will ad journ Saturday nignt though it is prob able the hands of the clock will haveI to be turned back according to the timehonored custom and that the sitting will lap over into Sunday morning The belief in Now York political circles despite denials is that Roosevelt by his attitude on the questions of monopolies and the tariff has created a situation which may force him again to be the standard bearer of his party especially in view of the Brjtnn boom Fontaine Fox Babbitts Jottings STANFORD Juno 25I am still at Stanford but not altogether still Wo are still in court trying acquitting convicting and hanging the juries We had a very interesting trial before a jury today The defendant was accused of stealing a railroad passenger excursion ticket to Louisville and return 175 The prosecuting witness said although there were many people present of such as ride on excursion trains yet ho was confident the defendant stole his ticket because he felt someone touch him and ho turned around and the defendant was walking from him and he knew he got his ticket I told the jury that it hud an in the case of tho Savior of the worldI when being in a great crowd Ho turned and said Who touches me 7 The de ciples said Master the throng presses Thee and Thou sayest who toucheth Mel But Jesus said Some one touched me for virtue has gone out of me Now the prosecutor in this case fees the crowd touch him and feels the ticket go out of his pocket This knowledge is closely allied to divinity But Babe on general principles got 3Q daysWhat a delightful town this What churches what preachers what lovely women what a bar what lawyers what an editor what a paper All on the grandest scale I have not been at the Saratoga of the West for two weeks What a longtime for the Peri to be absent from Paradise But there are many more than one angelhere How history doth repeat itself I called upon a family some days ago and the lady of the house took me by the hand and held on long and with tears in her eyes said Oh Mr Bobbitt I am so sorry you staid away so long My daughter look ed foryou long patiently despairingly and when the last spark of hope died out on the altar of true affection with a soft despairing sigh she yielded to the importunities of another and she has gone And before I could make up my mind to be glad or sorry the door softly opened and in she walked all reliant with beauty I told them that scene had its counterpart in one of long ago but it had left a picture of beauty on the canvas of affection that four decades of blooming flowers of summers heat of autumns sighing winds and dead leaves rustling to the rabbits tread and winters frozen snows have never been able to efface Calling at a stately mansion where beauty dwelt I hitched my magnificent gray charger at the stile and going up the walk with a heart beating louder than the drum at the burial of Sir John Moore which did not beat at all I went in The grand and dignified mother came into the parlor and began to chant a funeral dirge that the daughter was very sick was in bed and could note me And when reeling to fall upon the Brussels carpet the door leading into the parlor softly opened and an image of angelic beauty came smiling and that photograph will be the last that will fade from my heart Mark says supper is ready Supper is now over and Mine Host H C Farris insists upon a few words in regard to his favorite whom he has selected for me Well I saw a grand and queenly lady standing in the doorway of rather an imposing looking man sion and she could have withdrawn and avoided a meeting But she didnot do so and without a formal introduction addressed her and after a few words she said Come in and soon informed me that her scrap book wasI adorned with emanations from my pen She told me she was a widow but that her sister was an old maid She afterward confessed to a fancy story by tell ing me that she understood I was par tial to widows This was quite encouraging but those lovely eyes shining through a veil of widowhood won my heart and displaced other occupying claimants FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT If your stomach troubles you do not conclude that there is no cure for a great many have been permanently cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get a free sample at W N Craigs drug store and give them a trial They also cure eonsW pation and biliousness In washing the flannels should be attended to first then muslins and fine er androughstings CHURCH MATTERS Rev William Ewers of UJxlngtonIwill preach at the Turners at 11 A M Sunday Dr E Y Mullins of Louisville was elected president of the Kentucky Lay Baptist Association at the meeting in Richmond The meeting at the Methodist church conducted by the pastor Rev P J Ross assisted by Rev J W Crates continues to draw good crowds and much good is being done by it There have been several confessions Rev Crates is a very able expounder of gospel truths The District Christian Endeaver Convention will bo held at Pleasant Grove Church in Garrard county Sept 16th and 16th instead of Oct 6th and 7th as was previously announced It is re quested by tho Entertainment Com mittee that those who como from a dis tance arid havo to be met at tho train come Friday afternoon instead of Sat morning The program will be an nounced later Dr A Gatliff of Williamsburg has given 4000 acres of valuable coal lands to the Kentucky Lay Baptist As sociation to be devoted toward its school work The gift is absolutely un conditional and is the largest ever made in Kentucky for school purposes The coal lands are located in Whitley county and are extremely valuable Dr Gatlitf has long been interested t7ie work for which ho donates tho money HIGHLAND Isaac laugh has moved in with his grandson W Craig Young Blackberries of which there is a big crop are getting ripe Lots of apples and peaches this year Miss Annie Long has been quite sick with measles Born to the wives of David Burton and John Bangh a girl ifaboy The schools at Greasy Ridge and this place will begin Monday with Mr Mul lins of Ottenhcim as teacher of the former and Miss Fannie Hatfield of this place as teacher of the latter Dr Easley president of Union College Barbourville was here Tuesday C W Dawes the threshing machine agent has gone to Harrodsburg Mrs D IYoung of Pittsburg spent several days with her fatherinlaw J S Young Harlan Newell and wife of Somerset were the guests of E G Baugh Saturday and Sunday Andy Gourley and family were visiting at Eu banks Saturday Miss Fannie Young has gone to Somerset to visit relatives Miss Addie Cook of Somerset is visiting her cousin Grade Young and other relatives A C Peters and wife of Tennessee are visiting relatives here Judge John W Hughes of Harrods burg and Jake T Hugueley of Boyle sold 1000 acres of Texas land at 25 I We solicit your patronage for everything in I DRUG STORE II Wants I It would be a pleasure to got I better with acquainted you I IStanfrd bruq CoI Successor W N Craig I V R NECK Pharmacist HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAH FOR ONLY 15O Few people In the United States have not heard of the Ceurler Journal Democratic In all thing fair In all thing clean In all things It li essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of ter the WEEKLY COURIEROURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to unot to tile CourierJournal ors Central Kentucky Real Estate Excuse TITLE CO No 1460 arts of land near Junction CttJoitln even held 29 acres In tultlT ltuD riti In run a DIetl young orthlnt ID I Oal of tb it br bun In sentucky forty sold 2500 rouodol gotnloaetoroom frame dwelling iooJ tic lu good rvulr lilc No 6y frsiailwUlDjtof rooms two balls verandal0 well al door sod all olorr Aho large bLckr- mabop60i30andshdull length of shop and to feet wide will be sold at a ttry low uric- Siv121Twoboilmodlots iltusted In Cub Orchuit with its sad one Irre ot Lad at tacbed Uotb are tram Cottage one wnltlor of 6andlbothproi 3 room stable two 1001 spring etc The buildings ate mw sud tb ienels Isordlary To ood widens mod Me acres Wltl na neb plsce Hlllrll while Pbconlbproptfiy si a wbolor u a III aoo No 1398 uMOfind In the town Ilwlte of Rowland about atllcn bottom lard mu at Glf parool wtll IfDlCd an4 wlrr ehwt all- k wfUand flllfrtl story fram 6toomhail TVrandabctkpotthcc- merkIcl to ad ttllar Oool barn cat a Indadlal erl- rraLn other nrreury olloulllllolo eta All in rOo repair tnlg In IIIU pier sit wlre face Tile II a bauIII- piaro clan a dutrable hums alms lu Wwn aol will c cnespsnaonir tunas No A faro ol n toot arm on oaf of thi kuntlwae two Kit ib cvuoly A wrdbainga4ooeof the hirer 1100 alor yftt Is wflll best burs In tke atynotth pltete tea IInd clhIDl IMUo11 In ruod rwrmatuDIrndkt alug In Stack 4 Ibisit IccydnlrtiWettbomee 1I 17301 No lSo230 ur farm tulle of Crab Orehmr hevHrow two tnaot 10 gual fencingland No t Anice lane at IIIqhlan3 well lmura ele PrkItoed uwacollafttorlJulown rwJ south IJunDvllle saeI- lmbr rte acres In rt large new item dotact ml In sass old dlmc on Fats A new barn alld lieu all ItiswUlwatnnl enJ llle leetMS II oU ones Iinc On rutIk road Irke 5sawt 150000 acres ol cotton UnJ In MlttKilfpl Is no section of Nhkh ofleis to many rrofiUbte Investment 1Sh Mtt rrorWIlInlur tippi h Is now fitly detcrlted at Inn tityVUley ThIITWt is tflolttl merevakI- all the tame lot the uen thatlumMr 111 from the North where the supply of Italy It fort dMnlshlnc are contently btcteiTI tlr the South w hen the tie t2ltre ove7ttUnJ Is uneqsleJ fr tikoltu ral purposes It will rroJu a bate of e ttn to the other klns of crop raised In itSArateone Th soil needs no fertiaren ns KivesayleU which cannot H eccelkJtaaaasm IhII1 II rerlct an1 Ih Iban whotwyslkltafsr and timber Und at present rrkei It making an Inr vestment that he will never regret This Lint Is oV vUeJ Into turn ranging Iron urn to the tract to acres iu ths trari ant prices from sa per acre to Ji6 per acre according to location etc We Ire suthotlied by the company who owns then lanJt In tut that as other rattles an contUertnc th purchase of thellants that offer these tracts sub ct to prior sale withdrawal from market or thane n price wlthont notice However when Mtltie they win hot any tract out of market tng newt for th purchaser to make an Investigation Atwt 11000 acre of this lanJ has teen 1okiy the cm pany lnCl we received this oplwn For further far Iculais call at our Iftju Also a barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Bait Hirer Steam power new up o date In every particular ana ooc1dwen with Improvements 34 acres of fine tend close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 No JM CotUt In Urrsiter IHt front and 300fe tdep All nennryoulbulldlugxrep barn Everything Is new In tage contains puma ball veranda porch aud tamntnt blase to Khool eburchee etc ticltVjOW No 30Ten acre of land two story front cot agr seven rooms halts etc house Is new a good garden and splendid orchard ol acre fenrtni tool bouse etctwo stable bum boor A good well on psc tier Is alia a tool mill os tbe place a od umber In mull It is run by Dt ural power which is a eceaomy sod Ibe do laIn goad repair t l1ll1l1lbo property at a low Igure or leas it No 58 Frsm hotel lsrg room doubl verso das hallway Etc A large 2 story UOte root IrODllor street feet from hotel op stairs Suite bis frdw 2 nlce cottages nicely furnished cal punted 4 room end Tersnds neb A papered aced at livery table Uood 20setaDd a fine chance 10m On oprletor hs refused to rent property fur aw pel moalh On accountof ill bllb wit cal talon for selling proprietor desire to sichsot for farm In Lincoln Uo 7A Small flrlll ons Icree of rood lam located clos to town rrle 12130 No 31so sera of land one mile from Somerset ryruttnmeven fields Forty ores In culUva balance In tlmlr nwHIon acres IDlCcoalala Mnll room Lsrge Lam and ill nx en IDd lIulldlDttllD rleo did repair Yell watered ITltttLMi No 29160 arr of land is Ford county Kan- tulle irum ntlroad lad mud frolD Ateanta leer Seventy acrceofln II tire bottom h fintclsw land and tn irsis Tnls IsnJ Is for ssl or exchange 325 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and about 50 acre cultivated about 125 in timber and grass and about Is ctlt to U160 In grab TImber on place Inchea but will make barrel timber thing Ie s ttea and cord wood enough to pay tot the place twice over A large parts tens ed There are four dwellings of 4 room each and one store of to torle with room trove lias wells and spring of water Is In 2 miles of county sent grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 12200 Onehall cash HourandOrlst Mill Anderson county KT M barrel covered with Iron built year ago Steamand water power tbe latter 8 months of the year It Is an up todale rllller mill wIth burrs for corn and meal bolt The Is of 7 years rui acres with the mlinncludlng what Is with tbe house of 5 room All for MS50 or 15 500 for the mill and acres Ono had cash Has fine trade No mlllln 10 lUle Pleasant Point Ky FramttousVVrooussnd Barn aud other oUlbuUtlop act culUutlon rill in ber yards frolll JOIlotllctaebooi mllnlt aDd cornuNo 2ll2000scretof Led In Cue c on- erty and Columbia Teho house and tote uO dace lttlidrbCS rooms 14 story It walbrr Girded load Urn About 300 Iulllnlloo Ituildingela modern shape aadI rDelnl good dual timber WII at house springs all over place and 2 creeks running It Will sell the as a whole for I1OW on easy terms or will divide puce to suit purcbssers No 2111A nice little loom cottage All acre outbuildings Dda good garden About lysary tulle from Stanford Tula la a cheap plsc 1rlou 600 ass No 217BI sere lartn In mile ol Phil fly story 6 loom dwelling store house oute crib fie All the bulfdibgs and fencing are la fair condition flood simple orchard about 73 acres In cultivation rut In timber Watered by a sever falltrg well and waters ol South turk r lceK200- 0219 One want lot In Junction Southeast corner of Luau and Italian IlnujfroDtlDg 60 fret on Urofloo street ad running South on Locus street feet Price 1150 cub No 22lllom aud lot on logan street In MIn ford Oool ardnetc Eferythlng good re Irloo 11000paIr o 211230 arres of land 2 dwelllDgt of t rooms fleb lArlt tobsero kiln ill fret long next to the lthUD In Lincoln county 2 small stock barn property lays between 2 good county tads and 2 turnpike All lit building anti Iu Place le well watered f DclPIl Ire by good springs creeks etc Splendid tobacco lane- wmakntheowaerffom23to and lurrels of corn to Ihe acre 1 bit 20 per cent on Els Investment It IlOae not the CItplecet of Und In Lincoln county If are look 10IClor a bargain this Tourcbance Pile cheap 3 miles from town No 119100 acre farm about Uiyi splendidly mostly In cultivation well water d ele cottage of barroom Inrg lrotertywsllfeneedtc ricetelcracre- o t2 good cellar placei acrttllad Iner faUlDcwtllnd spring aad fllr ooadllloD neap StotownWill anti aabullfamily Central Kentucky Real Estate Title Co l Stanford Ky t rn sO 11 1f tiJ1I7 4 r ea r 1eVl 0rf sl- f I fIJ r G r g1 APi i o t We have about 50 TwoPiece Suits from r telasf season Most of them light colors most j of them all wool all of them round cut coats in sizes from 32 to 42 Last seasons price i 750 850 10 and 1250 Everyone of them owing to the advance of material would cost more today than a year ago but to close them they go in this sale at fII 500 a Suitl I Spot Cash Now is your chance r r tre- tllnC tr H J McROBRTS j STANFORD KENTUCKY t PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREEN Let us Supply You U PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky fact tlllfls afsnaaaa iris fr etas aasogle art s gigs t I Rubber QOQQOOOQ Rubber jINot rublwr neck but KUI5EROID tho beat roofing made tbo money will last longer than any ready roofing on J A trial will convince Investigate Ifor UinI e t S H Aldridge ww I Timer and Ilumlwr u 4 STANFORD KENTUCKY i1611 I a gw t w r f YOUR WANTS j fN Drugs Paints and Oils Window 3k Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco jtWill be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUCOIST ill STANFORD i PERSO1JeAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded ii Y y UO amer 123wsC 13clc ro11WY415E1BL J t l T Mrs Roosevelt Dr w To Severance CD Son J J 10 yrinls Lnwn5cr g fiO 4 dozen lluttniis fie 20 10 yards Cnlico Geno 1 Wnist 121i I 12 ynrtliLmvn 120 1 50 10 yard Cotton 7c 75 5an18 Lnoo Do i I 25 6 yards Gingham 7 c 38 paIr 11010 lOc 40 Thread 25o 1 pnir White Shoest 1 fio 2 Mens Undershirts 2fio 50 t cr 1 Skirt 0 It 002Mone Drnwcrs50- d Pests Hlc 4 1 811 8 BTANFOitti KY Jusi W10011 DBI Jcioua Ice Cream Soda nt 1onny Drug Store i PERSONALS MK C H COIFMAN wont to Louts evlllu Wednesday MK T T LACKRY returned to Litch fluid III yesterday MRS B U CAIITHR and son Carl viitlcd relative In Hovlc- Miae Euuu Torrav la back from R visit to friends at Lancaster MRS W 11 SHANKS Is spending tho summer at Crab Orchard Spring Mil It G CoiilHit of Somerset was hero a short while Wednesday BAILEY TYLBII Himn of Owonsboro Is viflltlnj at Mr A W Carpenters MRS S S YANTIB of Indianapolis to with her daughter Miss Uossio Van hat MONKS U 0 EVANS and W J Gil t more of Danville were hero W mines day MIBB ANNIE Moonua of Uichmoml Rwas the Rueat of Miss Blanche Van De veer IL H Nosh is attending tho Association of Haptiita at Rich HICOINS KENNEDY and bride or Texas word guests of relatives In this county Mus t U COOK and Miss Mar Sheppard Cook visited relatives at Har J rodsburg f MR WAUACF MoWiioirrBii of WII v HamsburK was here this week attend- ingI court I MR D T CHESTNUT ofLnwton Okla ajentlleveral days with Mr W H Denham MR F P IBTRBY andwife of Knox yule are with his parents in the Otten helm section i COE MOSHR son of William Moser 1 or the MeCorml1cklI section is very nt In CincinnatiJ undertaker of Stan ford was in tho city on business Frl ilaySomcrset Journal SIIAI AND ItOWAN WBI1B of Knoxville are with their BrandimrenU Judge and Mm M C Sautley TUB ladies Aid Society of theChris flan church will moot at n oclock Saturday afternoon at the church GBOiuiKU HARRIS of McKInnev Texas was tho guest of friends here a mighty pretty girl THOMAS RICHARDS has mover from tho Myers House to tho Helm cottage on East Main street P MRS LIZZIE WIIUAMS of tho West End was hero Tuesday returning from a visit to her son at JacksbonvTcnn MRS W I HKDDINS and Miss Mar garet Carpenter of Kansas City are with Weat End friends and relatives ELD G MONTGOMERY who mar riled a daughter of lion B R King of Morcland Is very ill with typhoid fe ERNBBT WAmrRN of Middles vorf stopped over with her parents on her way to Toledo 0 to visit Mrs J L Duncan went to Louisville Wednesday in the interest of tho Lin I coin County Fair of which ho Is the t emdcnt and clever secretary MRS WILL SVERANCE gave an ele I gant dining Tuesday In honor of Mr Carroll 0 Bailey of Shelby and Mrs Wm Bennie of Chattanooga Miss BELLE STEELS DRNIIAM return with Commonwealths WMllnmsburged to Attorney G A Denham anti I will visit hb family for a few weeks Cot J E BRUCE who lived hero t spent several days some 30 years ago with his old friends He Is now con nected with the Kansas City stockyards t MIss KATIE BASTIN of IUtsburg left Tuesday for Louisville where she will Join a party and go abroad The party will sail from Montreal Canada London Local Miss EVA BAILEY of Harrodsburg candidate for the CourierJournals trip Danvillo yesterdaytoEurope was In making her last rounds before sending must be In by In the final vote which next Monday She claims she is a sure winner although her competitor Is nearly 80000 ahead Miss Katherine Lynn has returned to her homo at Stanford after a visit to her cousin Miss Janlo Wood Fox Mr Harry Bright will leave the latter part of the week for Lake Geneva New York where he will spend the summer and Ing take wltt a alview rto Reaching train tateiJ T MR JAMBS SHEAKKN of Indianapolis Is here with relatives Mn J ROY B ROSE of Hustonville went to Corbln yesterday MR JOHN N Mi dui zi is at Joplin Mo looking aftcr his mining interest MRS JOHN MOIILGY of CofTeyvllle Kansas has been with friends in this county MRS LOUISH TATE returned to Im don Eng with her daughter Mrs C II Paine MRS J P Sellout of Kansas City Is with her brother Mr A C Dunn She and Mrs ann have been spending several days in Madison with relatives Dr E J BROWN is back from a threemonths stay in Austria London Paris and other cities across the briny deep lie attended lecture nnd visited a great many hospitals LOCALS GOING KA8T25C silk organdies at 17c Severance Son WANTHD to buy a good family horae E C Walton Stanford EXTRBMKLY low prices on ranges tor 10 days Gee 11 Farris Bio lot of iron bells just received Prices low Tribble Pence I STILL have hand cabbage rind celery plants J W Brackett Stanford KRCP a close watch for the air ship on July 25 20 27 at tho Hustonvill fair FOR SALE Now bage peas beets and other vegetables Phono 128 Ed Hubbard JOHN CHRISTMAN proprietor of tho Stanford Greenhouses hens just recd ed a handsome rubbertired deliver wagon which will be used in his large and growing business TirE Colored Fair Association of Lincoln County will hold a hree day fair hero Aug 8 9 10 Thoa Wood la president Thomas Johnson secretary am William Jones treasurer eNOTICE AH those having claims against the estate of S t Withers deceased will file same with t R Hughes properly verified for settle mont C C Withers admr 2t I WILL be located at J L Bcazlcy furniture store for the present with my optical goods Will be glad to test your eyes and supply you with glasses at the lowest cash prices Will N Craig W R DENHAM of this place G A Denham of Williamsburg and D T Chestnut formerly of Corbin but nov lying at Iawton Okla have bought n large boundary of land near that place THE peopleUTO looking for ward with much pleasure to tho open- Ing ball at Crab Orchard Springs this evening A good crowd is already In attendance at that splendid summer resort and It will be augmented by hundreds tonight There will be no ad mission fee charged to tho ball room and a general invitation is extended dancers from Stanford and elsewhere WE are in receipt neatly printed odd page catalogue of the Lincoln County Fair Association from the press or the INTERIOR JOURNAL which shows hat tho premium list of the three days xhibltion beginning July is a very largo and liberal one The Lincoln county people do things when they start and it is a safe wager that all who attend their fair will feel glad that they irothere Franktort Journal r CIRCUIT COURT William Kennedy ndictcd with his brother Faulkner Kennedy for killing James Shupes a icrrrmn was given 10 years in the pen- Itentiary The jury was out only about 30 minutes An effort will be made to secure a new trial and if it is refused vo are told the case will be taken to tho court of appeals Following is the jury which rendered tho verdict D D Rambo John Newell W K Warner A A Rogers A J Henry A W Hall J W Bailey Wm Anderson H B Davis Moss Russell B C San lidge Wm Merrimon The cases of James Carter charged with killing Cecil Crutchfield and P Faulkner Kennedy indicted aa an accessory in the killing ofJames Shupe a German were continued until next court Tho present term of court expires by limitation Saturday A special term will be held during the month of September How Some People Make Money There pre easy ways find hard ways of bringing moucy home Rome men earn n dollar by the hardest kind of licke others make double as muuli by good management without the waste of nerve force If you will attend our great CLEANUP SALE you will mnke money by judicious spending Herewith wo print two bilk On ono we charge the regular retail price on the other our clearance sole cut price You Can do as well as the presidents daughter if you come to thisnle IFOR SAIE CIIEArA good delivery wagon used a short time Georg e II Farris LADIES will be admitted to tho Lipcoln County Fair at Stanford July 12 13 14 free on the first day FOR RENT Tho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Gnrlan Singleton Apply at this office TilE L Nr run a 150 me curslon to Cincinnati Sunday frnln leaves Stanford depot at 5 JM ALL persons having stock in tho Lincoln County Fair Association will please pay It to me at once J F Cummins secretary t IP you want to have a good time on the glorious fourth attend the Mnccubco and Woodman picnic at Wayncsburg TilE music of Storms Military Dand will be one of the pleasing features or the Lincoln County Fair to be held at Stanford July 12 13 14 IT is fine to hitch to any tree on Main Street You will please bear thin mind and save trouble and expense R G Jones City Marshal A CATHOLIC pricat declared from his pulpit that peek a boo waists are Immodest and that his members must discard them All the same they are mighty pretty to eyes that have not been sanctified FOR SALE PRIVATELY One of tho bet modern 40 barrel capacity Mourn mills with elevator attached Will sell either as a whole or one half In teresU Best location in the city Will sell at a bargain D V Kenned Co Stanford Ky Till Stanford Fairwill held on July 12 13 arjd 14 Under the dircctio of tho Lincoln County Fair Associatio these exhibitions have always been most enjoyable and this year jt prom lees to be moro attractive and entertaining than ever Advocate MORELAND Mrs Evan Compton died Wednesday She is survived by her husband and several children Mr and Mrs Dink Wilkinson have moved to Liberty M E Prewitt was up from Burnside He nnd Geo B fruit attended the funeral directors meeting in Lexington ISrFAKINGMr James I Hamilton of Lancaster will speak here count court day The other candidates for Congress are invited by the count committee to also present their claims lion Fontaine Fox Bobbitt tells us that he will also say n few words A good crowd will likely be on hand to hcar the gentlemen HAVE you read High Joe 7 Several years since 12 clothbound copies oC the book High Joe or The Loggers Story were put Into circulation in Lincoln county with the request written on the fly leaf that you read the book and pass it to your neighbor If you have any knowledge as to the whereabouts of these books and have read them or would like to rend them please write to Box G5 R F D No1 More land Ky The book is well worth tho tipic required to read it C TUB mother of Bucna Vista Compton was very at her home in the Milledge vlllo section She expressed a desire to see her son mentioned above before she died and Jailer Herrin was given permission to take him to her bedside Tuesday afternoon The meeting of the mother and her wayward son was Very affecting and Mr Compton was loth to leave her He deported himself very creditably however and seemed thankful for the privilege given him Compton is indicted on several counts but will likely not be tried this term Tim Hustonville Fair catalogue is in press at this office Secretary S M Owens and Assistant Secretary J Roy 3 Rose having turned the copy over to us Wednesday morning It will make a book of somQ pages and Is chuck rull of liberal premiums for all classes or stock and advertisements of the mot prominent business firms in this section of the State The date of the fair is July 25 2G 27 and they prom- Ise to be gala days In the West End npital After going to the Lincoln runty fair three days you can make your arrangements to take in the iustonvllle fair a day or so thereby seeing two splendid exhibitions without leaving your county DONT forget tho opening ball Orchard Springs this evening ntCrabI a swell affair onI FOR RENT Five room cottage Mill Struut newly painted and in good repair J H Baughman Co Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS has give out the idea of giving a show at tho opera house on tho first night of the fair J P ROGERS nearPreachers yule was struck by lightning Sunda night and badly damaged The fomll suffered no inconvenience from the bolt save a little scare OLYMPIAN SPRINGS isnow open Cor the treatment of rheumatism nervous ness indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F M Sims propr ON account of the Chautauqua at Lebanon the L N will sell round- trip tickets to that place until July nt 150 On tomorrow Monday and Friday the rate will be 135 for the roundtrip I HAVE disposeofmy drug stock to the Stanford Drug Co For the present I will be found at the furniture store of J L Beazley All those Indebted to me will please call and settl their accounts with me at once Wi- N Craig IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Conten trated Crab Orchard Water It will do tho work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thomp son Kingsvillc POSTED We whose namei appear below itrlctlj turbid hunting Gibing or any kind of trey pautng on our places and will protecole violator to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchcnbcch Bro Fred VonOruenlgaa Albert VonOrnenlxan Fred VonAllman Fred Uaumann Alfred Blmpton George Holmes MlM Rattle n Uewea F Helchenbach Obarlei Oummtni Joe Ballon A O Dunn 8 M Holmei W E Amon W R Daogbeitv M J Hoffman M U Elmore PeterV arter J Nerln Carter Mrs M Hajdtu Welcn A D Root J R limes W F Ehomtker Thorns Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John n Oamenlicb Bam Trowbrldge Peter Balmer Charles Enulln Frank Cordler Jolm Meter Bamnel Ltndtey Jacob Gander Sirs Alice Lth David Stephen Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnelley J W Baughman Cnrlitenu Gravtoo J O Carpenter rcoberweln Bam Damproo toIrs j Af block Fred linnd- orfLadies Will Be Admitted FREE OnfThe First Dayt Of 1 The Lincoln County7 Fair Thursday fuly 12th cor Mrs Longworth DrVTo Severance Si Son 10 yards Lnwn 3Jc 35 10 yards Cotton file J55- fiO10 yards Calico Cc 5 yards Gin nam 5c 25 12 yards Lawn ftc 108 6 Thread 6c i 30 5 yards Lace Etc 15 2 Mens Undershirts lc 38 4 pair Hose GJc 25 2 Mess Drawers lOc 87 1 pair White Slices 100 1 Skirt 4 75 Mrs Longworth only paid 811 22 4 Vestn7ic 30 Mre Roosevelt paid 814 08 4 dozen Buttons 2Ac 10 Waist 80 Mrs Longworth saved 83 76 f SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY tHlw 1Including deceatIed r 1 i Holeproof Hosiery i iGuaranteed Six Months Without ia Hole i MONTHS RANTEEhoner No i 6 idarnln If tent you buyiFor for Ladle Noo A itOD6i each fair HosIWe have handled this line of iery long enough to find that they are the best we ever saw will give three times the wear iTheyothers of same price Try i I S CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY J+ + i I U I J + + 111 t+H+44 +1 + + 1111 III II 11 It I III see Our 5 on- Deporimeni toe ratre We have just received a new supply of China and Glassware Tin Iand Granite Ware Etc iin this Department It is to your in terest to look at our assortment be fore it is picked over Dont delay but come at once and you will be re paid for looking i L M HUEY CO DrylGoodsl Notions Shoes 5 and IOCent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t I ttt ItIIII 4III r 11 tr The interior Journal Enltrtd in the Post 0fret at Stanford MtondClast malttrJ- UDL1811I11D TUJII8DAY8 AND rmuvy a AT t 5100 PER YEAR CASH yWhen not so paid MOO will be charged NAPOLEON Block Jllc1rl Was aired u k Thrklnetoug rfopoleonhet ilnin by Iliac Jtawk who wtisa bon HtlKiills Gsib e JfI by Petnrts Ulnck hawk Yd dOIll by Go AVccxl Will serve mares nt to lujurn II Using colt the iiuiro forfeits th tasuruncf No llsJnllhlllty for ncclilunt FL r WOO Htunford Ky INSURANCE Fire Lightning Wlnd lorl11 Ufe and Accident None ut the HTHONQEHT nm 3E8TUompnnlvtt H 11 1111 LowuitIoi Mble Rates Ouoronl Lose Paying lte0 erdjUncuulIeU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ileildencc Phone No M 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling n me B G Fox Livery Feed r Stile Stable Danville Ky- BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable i Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horeea on commission k Stock Pone In Connection j Two Farms For Sale I vrlih to sail privately my farm of 170 acrvs mates West of on the Leu Ington plkH It Is well 1001Iro nod lm plenty of water unit timber Well fenced and In good Also an unimproved farm of 100 acres lying midway between LancutttT and IAX Ington pikes Oood outlet nch war 1et kneed THrini reasonable T IHKHIUXQ 3Iarksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there Is little difference In the price of high- eraderendytnndesultnnd a suit made to an experienced tailor I have q handsome line Hprlnj and Bummer goods I can make from a low prlc nslnets suit to the finest dress suit Al s orercoats trousers and fancy vests The company I represent icon of the best H C RUPLEY the Tailor Torttf WlUsK Brandu Wines Boa Cluars Etc IiOarpntrOpotSTANFORD KY Prom ft antS polite stttnllon NolMnj l the be je drink Mall phone cr ttlctrp omen rtcstTS vonpt attention INSURANCE Place your business in the oldest and strongest in the world See and talkwith R M Nowland who will show you the policy hest adapted to your use and circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NEWLANH Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1813 e tcelar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HaruessSaddlery x Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phono J67 Homo Phone 39 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur eniture MattingaRugs They willjexchange Furniture for all Kinds pf Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY h KINGSVILLE Eld J G Livingston filled his refit aetar appointment here Sunday Dr Thompson new building is rap idly nearing completion It is a spiel did structure The carpenters arc the Messrs Proctor of Rockcastle Charles Evans sold his house and lotto a Mr Stephenson of Somerset for 500 Mr Evans will build on a lot nearer the mill of Thompson Evans The sympathy of the community Is extended to the bereaved family oC Mrs Elizabeth Pcairs whoso death occurred at Rowland She was very mucn loved here where she was a resident for many years D C Allen of Hustonville was here Sunday Little Miss Lucy Gooch oC McKinney has been the guest of rah tives here E D Carey and wife will move to Ludlow in a few days Wn Carey is at home from the C S this weekMr and Mrs Daniel Hester enter rained right royally Sunday in honor or the marriage of their son Claude to Miss Verna Gooch The bridal couple after spending several days in Chattanooga arrived home Sunday where they were met at the station by a large number of friends from here and adjoining towns Messrs Ed Wilkinson Sidney Myers and J W Acey of Star foul were present and partook of the hospitalities of Mr and Mrs Hester who served a splendid dinner of severs courses during which the nectar th Gods love so well to sip was not lack ing The house was prettily decorate for the occasion and music albeit most ly of a sacred nature was an enjoyabl feature The number of guests present would require too much space to mention The bridal presents were quite handsome and numerousthe one from the grooms father being a nice home in Somerset where the happ young couple will reside when the groom resumes his duties on the C S Virgil Bastin has gotten a leave of absence as telegraph operator at the tower and will spend some time at Sci ence Hill Little Miss Grace and Mas ter Rossell Thompsbn are spending a relativesiFARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEFresh Jersey cows T A Rice A M Pen e sold toW H Lilian of Boyle 70 91pound lambs at 5fc A half sister to Blue Girl was bought by H P Whitney for 10000- I will stand my fine Jersey bull Dot JasaA Estes Stanford no D Carter lost a valuable gray mare by death Monday lie had re cently refused 165 for her J B Haggin shipped 198 yearling thoroughbreds from his Elmendorf Farm in Fayette to New York City haulrtheir first meet on July 4th with five races on the card FOR SALEA few elegantly bred Duroc boars February farrow Sire and dam from beat herds in Kentucky R H Crow R F D No2 Stanford C Woodfordf of Mt Sterling sold tc J Well of Lexinjton Sf40 cattle to be shipped East for the butcher market TIe cattle averaged 1225 pounds bringing 405 or a grand total of 18 Killers are expressing disgust at the seasons supply of spring lambs Any number could have been marketed at 750 to 8 during the past month but they were not available More counterfeits have been in evidence than last year and then complaint was audible At this season killers Want n well rounded lamb weighing G5 pounds or thereabouts that can be sold without tho fleece but they have been few Fo11ow1ngTheFlag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most Important consideration rWil Us T Morgan ralrod Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route 1 Concord N Hjluys VI Jwus two years In Cuba and two yours In the Philippines and being subjeot to colds I took Dr Kings Now Dis covery for Consumption which kept mo in perfect health And now In New Hampshire we find lit tho lx st medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles pad all lung diseases Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn Broil Ural Orchard Prlco 5Uo und SI Trial bpttle free If Editor C C Pare oflthe Franklin Favorite decides to become a candidate for the nomination for State Senator the people of his district ought to hand him the nomination on a silver waiter mall thank him for taking it Such men as Mr Pare are altogether tco scarce in the Legislature Old JBarren will go for him to a man Glasgow Times emma CURED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The rcatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the noney 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 cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Uorroughs an old and wellknown resident of BlufTton lad says J regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy us tho very best remedy for bowel trou ble I make tots statement after having used the remedy In any family for several years I am no vor without It This remedy Is almost sure to be need ed before tho summer Is over Why not buy It now and bo prepared for such an emergency For salo by W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford Yes my dear while Yewcre along he hadthe Impudence to kiss me I suppose you told him what you thought of him It Indeed I did every time he did it A man who Is in perfect health so ho can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which hoI should be thankful Mr L C gera of Branohton Pa writes that lie was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over to tie hIs own shoes Six bottles of Foloys Kidney Cure made u new man of him Ho says Success to Foloys Kidney Cure G L Penny PARKERS HAIR Clttuti sad bwniflc the lute IVomoct laiunnl cmth aeton oat TeathNiOolerCluecp at Residence For Sale I Having located In Mt Hlir Unit Kl onVr for snlo nt n bergalnmyde alrublp rvaliloncv on UuitonvllleHt Ill Htnn ford Ky For inirtloulur write mo nt Mt Sterling at W Bright nt tho Lincoln bounty National flank JOHN I JONKH FARM FOR SALE HnvliDt moved todllUrts Crwk desire 1011111 fern of JIll n1 on the Htanford itlmbOrrlmnl pike Jinllrn from Urnl Or chard Knrni to well Improved with corm outbuuetllInlook over the laceenncell on Mr Ikliloli who livvs on the farm n1 HMITH UlllwrU Orwk Ky NOTICE I I hnVe two liirgo torvroouu fur sale nt nrlaiulo Itoukiiittle county one of theut5 alb the otlitr ax with two goal side rooniii nnil Cyrus to tliu worth of general in roluindlM three town lots comiilnliiK iilxiut SS iicre ont goal wurchoiui liiixlt goal two ti ry ilwolllim x Kxxi rottimt housui l jllHHIrht mill Imlhlliimi till new Annual miles general nierchiuullw plaint to Jfllironyeiir Over n inllllon feet uf good white oak tMiplnr chestnut ami nine ttin sit AM nliout V fwt of plflr white oak cliH tnut end pine lumUr on AtllI kK About Tin mills Irom fftllnIIIIIwo mlUI lust tuovlnx Into tin itlxivc Ummlary of tlinUr Write fur further imrtleulHrs J A WtMlIiOrlHndo Ky School Treasurers Land Tax Sale JiUtrlet No M levied on for sehisll tax to b told before Ihi courtuu id 1 InHtmi ford Lincoln rouhty Ky on llIIl1ln July 1UM It llIleoulltcODrtt1IInt leOrui Homer MunnM J 8 W JlurzotJonhdllSIlOrN f iA lillioli L fill IxHfh lire MHtUttw itrrm 1hrlilfr laiiivrf Unroll W taseroe s lIullkll IrfII d r xa ilrwr Iluury three Hit lluik b lu ucret no FoxC A IWntMV- BVanArmlHln a to Joe Ill ecru i II Ibirly uSHorui t n- IInllll11 T Sijieri III SL Ml KIM IV HUtrlcl TremiurKr No M District No 53U- 1strietNnMbtvhllonforeehool tax lo be sold tin Monilu July iwm itefor tin oourtliU iloor lnrit lifiril Llneoln corm trKret IMIII It IHIII ruinty court ilay Ioiiltir r flit King tinlgeINOUre tin W M MritllIY strict 7riii urf r So M ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPED WITH t AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS II AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROST CINCINNATIi TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest HOUESEEKERS TICKETS Hit FIRST THIRD orIPOINTS For Information and Rain Adds liC K1NOCP ATA Ill E Main St LexJoftoB K W A aARRCTT Oratril M ntif W c RINEARSON aP A Claclasttl 0 For Sale Privately home and 10 acres ofland situate just outside of town limits on the Bomeri pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cellar stable and all oeceaiary outbuildings Water hydrant tn the yard and one for stock- J P BAILEY Desirable Home For Sale I I wish to sell prlruMy my lionin git Lm oiiktor Avunue Thurrsldrucoleatwodturi- rntnu liulIdhiK of seta rtMinis nliil U III sploiullcl rllIIlr The otithou inro tlow nu ron iiluiil lot rontiiln IJi means of land und lays well foruiiothvrdwuilliiKCii on nm for further imrtlmihirs K VAUSKUHlrtliforil Ky Jesse W Sweeney morairron Livery Food and Sail StaWc Lancaster Ky Bones welltod and cared for Up to date rlitnat rossonablo rates NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSB ft CLAKKSOH Inn JUNCTION CITY KY rirstOUis Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling MID Grain and hay For Sale A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoborta Drug Store in tho Owslcy Building faynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IVnKr In and Mauufaetururol Granite Monuments Marble Uiltid otters n Hiieclnlty ortlce nnd work Wiiynoburu Ky U lnila tl Aut Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard KyI We era prviwred to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado lad solicit the Imklness of the oltlmnt of IIP heel End None but the bait eomtuin Ia repreeetted Jllice with Crab Orchard Banking Co lave n talk with us before placing your In umbra of renewing old llelvs Ilit your propertywith us and we Mil It for you ennrglng you only n smell IHT lent NOTICE The UIIIIIIII ollllnltt AIIIHlnt1 It lionli rof tin Uniolii Inunty KtMwIitHirt tOIUfthr tool for the dirt fouiitv nwli thr7lb day of July In the oun- tycoollrt fOIlIII reeCItr sealed 1Nle for aeld- cob uttl the contrHrl to fitmlub thviu wunlail to lloat 11111 lilililcr wits lie right reMTVtH by till roinniltK to r nny nil hllh TIInllll who make hlllA will Include In their erelwl I4U apwcl lentlun of the lirmnlot es well es the iriMle of the lini lvnient not looli teal uiplii hewn steel lit wrotgfbliron trup liram and tmp ImiMlle slmwith eztrn IMllnt 0 at rRlroundottom6 tnq 55Inches esju t ntulltM on etdee Stutter Oil lottoin ietfht W poillliU shawl solid strrl- win ltrk U bHfI to Ihllt one lilt wiUHremHl one bull round polI 510 Irk w litit fruini to 7 IHIUIHU HIH lwel 510 Imiiilleii fI slsl Hiniiier fiJHiiiMU In whllllJIli1 11 not el tuned Yl handiest Si 5 The lihliUr to Wliom eontnirt It iiwiirilwl 4tl deliver Wlltl tuoln Iliiplfinentii In tllllfOnl These lllllllliellUnlKl tool Will jwlil for out of the Irtyaf hie for ry imriMMw IJ It AUniii 111t II POtlIHr It rnrreiilTJililiiHUe June Il it40eq o W H fWHITES aleD5PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get u bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits lade font Epsom Wntcr Carbonated Stop3 the Dope Habit It is easy ry our Diamond Brand Splits 11 or- Fall at DriiR Stores Soda POllutaiul Jnrcs and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Wat6r Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky lie ij TwoPiece Suits I look good hut whats nicye to tho point Thjjy WiSr goul theyare with u haiH5 in oin The tailor cant do more limn u8kUHlr We 1IUiltIgive more hit we out to have more W E Perkins IIKentuckY REDUCED PRICES leuJI 8JLOO Salts lUduowl to 400 Menn 8130 Suits Kdlucol to SOO Mens 87f0 Suits Reduced to GOO Mens 88AO Sllfti Ucditoeil to 700 Men 8000 Suit Jtahtcwho TfiO- Mens 81000 Smuts Relucalto SJlO Mens 81200 Suits Italiicod to 1000 Huns 812nO Suits Hodneal to 1100 Mend 81VOD Salts Kulnued tu 1200dThe above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSON uri Goods Clothing Sinn flats and Cnjw Dulles and GwiU Furnish 1ISTANFORD KYithe Lincoln County national Bank ientuckyePCAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 e DEPOSITS January t J906 24600000 OFFICERS SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D oIll LU Bianford 8 IL SiuiK Stanford O W OAKTKH TurnorivllU W H U MMIIS lro clicrmlllo I U OHICI W ynpiburg- I H TIUTLOU Olloeru Creek K L IIUIIIIancller W O WALK en Stanford J IL KogTKit Stanford W II SiiANkM Stanford J II PAxrox Stanford We riniHOtfully pollclt tlio nrrrunt of Inillvlilunli Klrnuiniil Oor oriitloiii Ilnnki nnd liunkiri cud sire inpnnil tu ftirnlili nil iliKHllor uph iicioniiucMlatloiH in are coiuUtint with Miff banking Mousse Hafity IVpoAlt lloxct In our vault for me of our Customer First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000f ThUlnitltntlon was originally established M the Deposit tank of Stanford In llll then reorganized at the National tank of and again reorganUad ai t the Pint National hark of Stanford in lest having had practically an uninter rusted existence for 3 sore It U better supplied now with facilities for transact fop business promptly and well than ever before In rte long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Ofic r3IJ HOOKER Prtil ST HAIIIIIS V Pre J J MoIlOBKKTfl UhrIW II WEAUKNAiHOhn Directors Held Uanrllle IT Ilarrlf Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner M I Eltnore Stanford II naughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J II Ilauehman Stanford J M Pettut Stanford r 0 E Tate Stanford I Fit Your Boy or Girl For Business ltookke lnIt Hhortlmml Typewriting thncoinniBrclal branches taught In the Commercial Itupartmunt of the Huu Iloiinott Memorlul Hohool HtmlunU noty holding good positions Diploma Krantid to thojix who llnluli the course Havw onnhalf the coif ot gutting n m education HcptmnHT is th Iwiit time to tivKln AVrlto for pnrtlou Jars J 0 LF1ty1H or K IIMIiK IxmilonKy t If olu