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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l I VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 3 1906 NO 31 SENSATIONAL EXHIBITION Woman Will Be Shot Out of a Can non Into MidAir From a Bal loon at the Great Danville Fair A woman will bo placed in tho mouth of n cannon heavily charged with blasting powder tho cannon will bocrr ried hundreds of feet into tho air by nn Immense balloon and discharged at the cloud lino This female freak of the human family will bo whirled through mid nir for several miles when she will land upon torrostlat firmness by means of a parachute that will bo placed in the cannon with her This exhibition startling and impos sible ns it may seem will positively take place at 2 oclock on the second day of the great Danville fair Secretary Bright has just completed arrangements at a heavy expense have this sensational metropolitan a traction come to Danville and thrill th multitudes which will gather from theI surrounding country upon the foregoing date Tho woman aeronaut will be loaded into the cannon in plain view of theI spectators the ascension will be mad from tho fair grounds and when at thoI proper distance aboVo earth tho cannon will bo discharged in tho direction of Pcrryvlllo As soon as tho discharge has been made a greatcrowd of tho cu rious aside from officers of tho fair willt start out to bring tho woman Into town Tho discharge will be ata point where it can he easily witnessed by all or DanI t ville and a large portion of Boylecoon ty Ucsldcs this big exhiblton thcro willt be a balloon ascension from tho lairI grounds each day at 2 oclock which alone will attract great crowds Other new and startling attractions will be announced later Remember the dates Aug 2 and CHURCH MATTERS Tho united Sunday schools of the fit i district will meet at Pincvlllo July li An attractive program has been ant nounced by President J M Tinsley of SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVKN TIONTho Annual Convention of tie o County Sunday School Association will bo held at Turncrsvlllc Christian church Tuesday July 24 A strong program is being prepared and every effort will be mado to make this tho best conven lion ever held In tho county Mr C Cs Green will represent tho State work Ho is n practical Sunday school man and his talk will be very helpful Tho sec retary is now gathering reports from the Sunday schools in tho county and every superintendent should send in his report and contributions promptly Bach school in the county should ap point one or two delegates to represent tho school oillelally Watch for ti program in a later issue of this paper For uny information address the county nuHjrintondont L M Omer or the county secretary J C McC- laryPOSTED We whose name appear below strictly turbid hunting tithing or any kind of tree panlng on our place and will proircuu violator to the full extent of the law bFredFred VonAllnian Fred llaumann I Alfred Simpson OeorFaHolmeseMlM Mattle II Ilewei B Oharle Cummin Joi Halloa A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmei W R Amos V It VaulIheUJ U J Hoffman IJ Klmure Peter W Tarter J Novlo latter MM Ilajden Welch A I Hoot J E Ilruce V BKoniaker- Tbornan Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John II Oamenlich SaUl TMwbrldjtll Peter Itftlmo- rOharcs Kniilln Frank Cordler t John Miller Samuel Ilndior Jacob Oardnr Stri Alice Ltlel- Urld Stephens Mary Hoffmann L r Nuunelley J W Ilaughtnau Ohrlleea Orayson J O Carpenter Jacob Jl weill Sam Dameron Mrs J AihlonU Krnl llHiulorf ost isle I We solicit everything your patronage in for 1 I DRUG STORE tWants 1 IIt 1hettcr T t Stanford Dru g CoI Successor W N a I y R BECK CrnigI r DEADtaTho sad news was received hero Fri day evening of the death at Richmond lion Richard W Miller Ho was g hero the Sunday before in the best of health and spirits Monday morning became sick and hurried to his home- Ho continued to grow worse and tho endcame peacefully at 005 Friday evening Creeping paralysis was his trouble Ho is survived by his wife and son who arrived from Hunts vllle Ala two hours after Mr Miller died Deceased was one of tho most brilliant young men in tho State n good lawyer and a finished orator He served with great credit in tho last Legislature and mado a good taco for speaker of that body Ho was a candidatvfor Congress and was hero tho interest of his raco when the fatal illness began Mr Miller was 36 years old a graduate of Central Uni vcrsity and of Yale IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Dugan is dead at Somerset T J Hansel aged 73 is dead at Mt Vernon Sarah E Wallcn has been appointed postmaster at Walt Wayne county E Airs Lizzie Jones aged 73 and a of child of Frank Riley Jr died at Lon don Sunday to B F Arnclt a Jessamine county farmerwna killed by a tenantnamed named Ike Palmer William Barnes a sawyer was fatal ly injured in n Livingston rill by a A bursting emery wheel in The L N has a block system of running trains between Sinks and Cor bin whore trains are most numerous One of the most elegant functions in Harrodaburg this season was the cole bration of tho crystal wedding by CoL and Mrs Daniel Lawson Moore at their home Mooroland R L Collier tho telephone man has moved his headquarters and phone from nextetwo months E S Albright and fnm ily loft Monday for Denver where they will upend n couple of weeksMt at Vernon Signal The council of London extended the city limits to include East London the college addition and some other re ccntly built suburbs adding u popu lotion of almost 1000 The Louisville Nashville system has egun tho expenditure of n big sum in Improvement of its service in South of Kentucky Between Middles boro and Corbin many thousands of dol tars are being expender in rebuilding trestles grading and changing the roadbed e and tho lines are being made moro adequate to handle the great coal ton age now coming out of tho mountains Frank Ball under sentence of life im prisonment for the murder of Jack Bo ten at Middlesboro escaped from tho jail at Richmond Thursday night with three other prisoners all regarded as desperate men The four overpowered the jailer and locked him in the cell they had just left A posse was organized and pursued them but it is be hewed that the men had assistance waiting on the outside Tho death of Eldress Cynthia Sham one of the bestknown sisters of Pleas ant lull removes one of the few rev maining of the Society of Shakers She was SO years of age and had been a member of the society 57 She leaves two sisters ono member of the society and the Pcndernnst of Nelson county She had boon ill for several months and her sisters were with her during her last illness Saved His Comrades Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington Cltyn comrade from Elgin Ill was taken with cholera morbus and was In a critical condition says Mr J E Hougliland ol Eldon Iowa I gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and bollove saved his life I have been engaged for 10 years in Immigration work dnd conducted many parties to tho south and west T always carry this remedy and hate used it successfully on many occasions Sold by Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES A full grown wolf was killed near Fc fcgsburg Lawrence Hazcn exChtof of Cin cinnati detectives Is dead George R Knight of Fulton was fined 800 for selling whisky Important developments in tho Thaw murder case ore expected this week George Knox of New York who broke his neck 40 years ago has just diedSix miners lost their lives in a powder explosion at the Mohawk mines near Aurora Minn- Another mutiny has broken out among tho Turkish army reserves serv ing in Yemen province Robert Pendleton of Lee county was drowned in Kentucky river at the mouth of Turkey Creek Joseph Nealson a resident of Paris 0 died in Chicago of hydrophobia Ho was bitten by a dog six weeks ago The R T Booth Company of Ithacr N Y maker of a catarrh remedy has ono into the hands of a receiver Charles Von Canegan whose wife died of wounds inflicted by him hanged himself in a cell in the county prison at Philadelphia wt A Negro who assaulted a 16yearold girl was captured by a posse near Bradley LT and hanged the body being afterward burned Tho sixth and final report of the committee investigating the affairs of tho Mutual Lifo Insurance Company contained no new disclosures The Edward Hines Lumber Com pany a mill at Washburn Wis burned to the ground The loss is placed at 100000 covered by insurance At a Sunday school convention near Louisa a Miss Ross was shot to death and Tupper VnnHorn was probably fatally wounded by William Caldwell Tho safe in tho postoflico at New Concord 0 was blown to pieces by robbers who obtained 300 in cash and about 500 worth of postage stamps Tho battleship New Hampshire was launched at Camden N J Miss Hazel McLanc daughter of Gov McLane New Hampshire christened the ship Robert G Proctor former secretary Senator Henry Cabot Lodge was found guilty of larceny in a scaled ver diet which was returned by a jury in James Tanner wife of the G R Commandor in Chief was killed Helena Mont in nn automobile accident tier husband and others were hurt but not seriously at ofHarry Thaw pleaded not guilty when arraigned before a Justice of the Su premo Court A development came in the case in the shape of a btatcmcnt that Stanford White instead of beingc wealthy Saras really heavily in A Japanese before being hanged in Honolulu for wife murder apologized to ifhis native and adopted lands for having disgraced the one and Inconenienccdu the other A Porto was executedg tlAice has about been arranged for to cover all rice States in tho Middle West and South The new company it is claimed is to start with the greater portion of the business In its territory In his crusade against automobile speeding Municipal Judge C L Smith Minneapolis imposed a straight workhouse sentence of five days on Harry Qucnl son of a tnilllionaire lumberman A stay of 30 days was grant d Shelby S Rouse of Kenton county has been elected president by the Kentucky Bar Association Among the to movements planned for the next year are to raiso tho standards of tho applicants allowed to practice and to secure D for Louisville the next meeting of the American Bar Association M Warrants were issued at Murray against tho Southern Express Company charging violation of the law forbidding shipment of liquor into local option dis tricts The company claims the law is unconstiutional as regards interstate traffic and will fight the warrants through all the courts The American Line express was wrecked at Salisbury England Twen tyseven were killed mostly Americans The dead include Frederick Henry Cossitt Dudley P Harding the Rev E L King Toronto Frank WoKoch John E McDonald C F Mc MeeTdn of Lexington Charles Sentell and William Thompson Mayor Mc Clcllan had a narrow escape Tho train was going over 60 miles an hour when tho smashup came Bowel Complaint In Children During the summer months children are subject to disorders of Ute bowels which should receive careful attention as soon a the first unnatural looseness of tho bowels appears Tho best medicine In use for bowel complaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as It promptly controls any unnatural looseness of the bowels For solo by Stanford Drug Co MISS BESSIE MILLER HILL Tho pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Hill She graduated with honors from the Stanford Male Female Seminary some weeks agoIHUSTO Cowan McCormack shipped WO Iambs to Cincinnati last week T L Carpenter shipped six yearling thoroughbreds to the FasigTipton sale at Shccpshcad Bay July 5th Theprospect for a tomato crop was never better in tho West End and the acreage is larger than usual- J Roy Rose left Sunday for Corbin where he goes to accept a bookkeepers position in the office of Supt Sny der of the L N railroad Wm Bogle and wife of Mobile Ala are visiting Mrs Chloe Bogle Mrs W J Campbell spent last week with friends and relatives in Cincinnati Over 200 delegates attended tho convention of the Christian church here last week and representatives from seven different States were present By order of the board of education tho old brick ehool building with two acres of land more or less will be offered for sale to the highest biddder on Saturday July14 at 2 r M A J Adamsand bride have returned from their bridal tour Mrs II R Camnitz is in Cincinnati with her husband Mrs M F Bradley of Annis ton Ala is with relatives here W G Cowan sold his fouryearold gray gelding by Marion Squirrel to Coffey Young Columbia for 400 Ho will be entered in the saddle rings all the leading fairs and bids fair to secure a liberal share of the premiums- A larger number than usual of our farmers are stacking their wheat tak the advice of The American So iety of Equity and endorsed by the National Union to hold for per bushel which would surely and quickly come tho farmer will hold his crop Prof J M McVey of Paris was elected principal of our school by the hoard of educa last week Ho comes very highly recommended and with years of experience in much larger schools he should maintain that high degree of efficiency established by his predecessor Old Lincolns fair at Huatonvillo Sure with delight your soul will fill And free amusements that are great But few excel them in the State With musics fascinating strains The oldest feel theyre young again And with the young their pleasure share In praising Lincolns greatest fair Emmett McCormack has bought tho homo of iThomas Peacock and will move it Oct 1 lion J Marion Brooks of Los Angeles W C Snodgrass and Miss Delaney of Augusta Kansas and S Johnston and wife of Ponca City Okla were guests of Mr and Mrs F Yowell George Rennick and mother of Kansas City were guests of Mr and Mrs John Dinwiddio MATRIMONIAL Miss Julia Clark and T P Pollard were married in Garrard Richard Chandler sonof Samuel M Chandler of tho Cedar Creek Section was married at Richmond to Miss Susie Gooch daughter of Pleas Gooch of that city At Somerset Eben M Pettus and Miss Dohsia Belle Gooch tho pretty daughter f Mr T J Gooch formerly of this county were joined and hand by Rev 0 M Huey The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Borrougha an old and wellknown resident of D lull ton Ind says I regard Chamberlains ColiiT Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as tho very best remedy for bowel trou ble I inako this statement after having used tile remedy In my family for several years I am neerwlthout It This remedy Is almost sure to be needed before the summer is over Why not buy it now and be prepared forg such an emergency For said by W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford 00 Cash Basis Prices fort Stanford Fair 17AN 20 Pounds Granulated Sugarforl 22 Pounds Blackberry forK J It Pays to Pay Cash weH HIGGINS CASH HOUSE i STANFORD KENTUCKY t- u IL ITHE VEIL Is not always used to protect tho face from the elements and keep the hair in position but by many many women and girls to hide the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the skin There isgermlifeintheskinandZEMOa soon kills out this germ and leaves the face as smooth and soft as that of a child ZEMO will positively cure all skin and scalp diseases such as Eczema in its many forms ringworm tetter pimples dandruff or any itching skin disease Get a bottle today at your druggists Prepared only by- E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOUIS MO II IGUARANTIED AND 80LD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE StANFORDII Call and get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on topjof stove as well in oven GEORGE FARRIS D Stanford Kentucky Save Money 1 By buying your Refrigerators Water Coolers FreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George De Hopper Stanforo Ky Public Sale of Jersey Cattle Between the hours of 12 M and 2 oclock r M during tho Fairs loon recess Iwill sell at Baileys Park on Friday July 1J5 won 10 young handsome highgrade Jersey cows it now in full How ot milk They have nice udders and teats with Jersey markings lire right in every particular sold will givo satisfaction as family cows For inspeotion tho cattle will ho on grounds front H A M till the time qf sale J G CARPENTER M D Give Your Children AnEducation h rSue HtMiiutt Memorial Hchool Kitabllahod 10 yon r Hun land n rapid continual rowth Nino department n follows AcnUomlo Normal Intermediate Primary Muslo HuslneM Industrial Physical Culture mid lilblliul The ust Is small Instn tlnn thorough locution healthful Influence wbolesomeWrlto forcAtaloguo Jt rtWIH Principal London Ky 1 The Interior Journal E C WALTON iJUDGE JOHN WHUGHES- of Mercer county lea candidate to ropre tent the Eighth Congressional dlitilct of Kentucky In Congress to lion O Q Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party M F NORTH la a candidate for Hpprcwntatlvoof Mncoln county subject to thu action of Ixtno cratlo partyS- ENATOR MCCRIMUY has sent outhis official announcement for reelection This splendid statesman has been too long before the people of Kentucky served them so intelligently and faith fully that It would be useless for the t INTERIOR JOURNAL to recount or recallt the many excellent points of public service extending from membership in the Legislature through a gubernatorial term and six terms in Congress to his present position as United States Sena l tor That he has filled them all with great satisfaction to the and with much credit to himself is admittedr even by the few enemies he has made l While favorable to a primary the Sen ator thinks Nov 6 is too early a datot hold it and that it should not be held iItothe day Congressmen are elected thinks the success of the demo Ii party should be paramount to the t success of any individual and the gov erning authorities of the democratic party should act for the benefit of the whole democratic party and not for the benefit of a few democrats After re t counting his services for the party Sen l 4ator McCreary says 1 have perfect confidence in the democrats of Kentucky and I willingly and gladly snb r r mit to their judgment and their action my aspiration for a second term in the United States SenateIF J GETHRO expelled from the Mas sachuetts Legislature for taking a bribe to oppose a bill aimed at bucketshops is out with a card admitting all the charges against him but insisting that everybody does it Scarcely a meas ure came before the House he says which did not bring with it money offers for my vote from Representa tbves Senators and lobbyists This a tough accusation and must be taken with some allowance as it maybe inspired byrevenge against the body which expelled him but he threatens to expose everybody who has been buy ing and selling votes and if he will only do this rile may be the means of 1 accomplishing an urgentlyneeded re form But who would have thought legislators so corr the Massachusetts roptIrCRANxs seem to be indigenous to the isoil The Populist brand their long whiskers is disappearing but others are constantly bobbing up A farm paper in the Sunflower i State is to the farmers to organize themselves into a society f pledged to increase the length of shirts An additional inch on every shirt would absorb the surplus cotton and sustain t prices But how this will help Kansas is not appatent since she is not a cotton producing State An exchange sug J goats that if the Kansas political economists would use cotton to stuff their t heads with they would do just as much to absorb the surplus and they would nature which abhors a vacuum JgratifyIT is suggested that the reason Con Ityressi was so quick to pass the bill al lowing the President 25000 a year for traveling expenses was that the mem bers wanted him to get off and not at tempt to control legislation as he does Even if that is true it is no good reason for giving away so much of the peoples money It is in effect increasiug JgQodsalary to 75000 constitutionally Iprohibited during the incumbency an office In his speech opposing the graft Minority Leader Williams show ed that the White Housp cost the coun try exclusive of the Presidents dUlary t 225000 a year a sum so outrageous that it makes the additional allowance- for the President more absurd IT is about time the taxpayers were counting the costs and finding out whether they are getting the worth of their mohey A Washington dis patch says that the 59th Congress be fore its labors would close next March would make appropriations of tho pub lic money amounting to 2000000000 This staggering outlay is not to pay t for the cost of war it is for the spread of paternal government during two years of prpfound peace to liquidate Roosevelt activity in getting ready for war and regulating things It costs a heap of money to be protected and regulated Tim New Jersey Legislature passed a law prohibiting the shooting of live pigeons in contests and the Supreme at Court has pronounced it constitutional Hereafter the nimrods will have to is shoot at clay pigeons or clay men like Roosevelt when they desire to testI their marksmanship A LONG ISLAND judge settled a mooted question when he decided that a doctor is not entitled to a double fee of in case of twinef il tL Tim friends of the matchless Bryan will be glad to know that if he wasnt elected President he has been able to add to his worldly possessions considerably since he came into public prom- Inence The assessor at Lincoln Neb raska has just fixed his taxable property at 73225 besides 78000 in Government bonds which are not taxable Ten years ago Mr Bryans assessment was 6150 LOUISVILLE republicans nominated Turncoat Bill Owens for Congress over Clayton B Blakey a decent oldlino republican Owens nomination is a throw down for the republican machine in Louisville which is under the guidance of the Federal officeholders POLIITCAL President Roosevelt has gone to Sag amore to spend the summer Tho first session of the 59th Congress adjourned Saturday night at 10 oclock Wisconsin Democrats indorsed WIt liam J Bryan for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1008 Tho Democrats anti the Independent Republicans of Vermont have nom a fusion State ticket Both W Jr Gooch and George W Hickman have declined to make tho for lieutenant governor Capt Daniel Coleman former United States consul to France under President Cleveland is dead at Huntsville Ala Demps West John Johnson and Slim Lewis were held without bond on the charge of killing General Williams in WhitleyThe building bill as finally passed and signed by the president gives Kentucky 580000 for public buildingsGov Beckham was compelled because of the illness of his infant son to cancel an appointment to speak at Lebanon Saturday Franklinjane of California was confirmed by the Senate as Interstate Commerce Commissioner The nomination had been held up for several monthsMagistrate Hoffman of Louisville wants Gov Beckham to resign so that both may go before the people on tho question of sincerity in enforcing the Sunday law The House and Senate agreed to the conferencejVeport on the Railroad Rate a joint resolution which makes the bill go into effect 60 days after passage By a vote of 193 to 45 the House voted to stand by the House conferees on the meat inspection amendment to the Agricultural Bill and the conferees were Watterson has not only climbed upon the Bryan band wagon but he has gobbled a front seat and stuck a red feather in his hatband Baltimore Sun Gov B ckham appointed Robert G Phillips of Elizabethtown a member of the State Board of Control for Char- Itable Institutions vice Judge D B Redwine resigned Bryan clubs have been formed InI many towns in Oklahoma and the Democratic leaders are confident of tarrying the State at the next election by a majority of 35000 The conference report on the Pure Food Bill was favorably acted on in the Senate and House This passes the bill The report was not discussed in the Senate and the action did pot occupy a minute in the House In the course of the debate on the conference report on the railroad rate jill in the Senate Senators Bailey and TiHman engaged In a very sharp controversy over tho letters denunciation of lawyers The Texas Senator Indicated an opinion that this was demagoguery and Mr Tillman while contending that he respected the attorneys of standing said ho had utter cOntempt for men who pack political conventions There was intense feeling for a few moments but it passed away Kentucky Fiar Dates The following are the dates fixed fore Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reportedStanford July 12 13 and 14 Richmoh July July 113 days Lancaster July 183 days Hustonvillc July 253 days Danville Aug 13days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhcad Aug 153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 224 days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 daysIParis Sept 45 days Monticello Sept114 days Here and There Come to the fair next weekIof DryantsvilleIProspects for rata are flattering It badly needed The Equality Stakes at Sheepshead was won by Hamburg Belle FOR RENT Tho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated Garland Singleton Apply at this office Gov Beckham has offered a reward 300 for Frank Ball who escaped- n the Richmond jail Thursday nightI = hiMi r weather man says the glorious IThe bo cool RAILROAD1SOUTH i AUTOMATIC I ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS I arm SOUTHERN RAILWAYt Rued CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest IIOUESCCKERV TICKETS OH FIRST THIRD SALEI P9INTJ for InlomiOoQ and Rake AdJreo II C KINO P AT 111 E Mala 51 Lexington Ky W A OARRirrr Ocam Manager W RINEARSON 0 P CJaWuatJ 0 Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 117 A rum of acre about 4 alit from Stanford lays well cod well watered A good or tlon of the rum la blue ems A comfortable dwelling and a large tarn This property li on a ipltadld pike clue to ncbol etc lrlce ft rr 7010 acna of land twoitory Iront cottage room balls tic Uuoell new a gad god and splendid orchard or vile sod oot ball acrrt fencing good tw table buggy house mote house me good will on platy There II stse a gool mill on the place s good crusher la mill It li run by natural nuwtr which It great ecvnomy and the dam li la splendid rr pair fbl prrptrljr li tltiutrd la Doe ollba best fuming dltirlclt ol the county about nillei ruin Stanford three li always a read sale lor the Sour and meat ai M ground will sell Ibis placer for J4io It It a bargain the LuUdllluloDe mold nut be up for Ibis money No 140A farm ol ores t mil betond Mo Klnoey Lays well well Improved and it right on pik No stuck barn box stifle thid on eao stdeandddts waylncentt 2 Other ben and 2 tenant houses 8 room brick retldonce aid kitchen and all other nroitry out buildings Buildings end fencing In good noair place well watered deem n at bun and hours Pond tprinii ce About acre In gran and tb IMI In col tlTailon Price ISCWOO No IMloo ten farm about mile Ibis tide of Shelby Lily room cottage 2 porcnet No I good cellar under Iha kitchen Uood barn of I itilli crib lie BoUdlDlurelo pod repair and the fencing are moderato Two t tlngt and good pond on place Abjut 45 acre lu timothy and cooper ml In woodland Pile V 900W No 15h 220 acre Semi lying on uix deer near Crib Orchard About 70 acre n cultivation aid 4J terrain pasture rut In good limber About 75 bearing fruit tree on the place i story 8 roD dwelling Drdln tyttibie and crib and a rery good tenant bOu The LuUdlop Ire In nogood shape but tbo line are not The pi ct l waiered b 8nef r foUliig tprlogt Tbltlta good oDI7tl1IOONo 195170 aero farm near Huitotlllo Um thlllJlacl1lOuldTblll olle it urrat uiunty toll It rich and will prvdui htinp etc Price 11300000 No Two itory tram dwelling 7 rooms ball and veranda Oood garden fencing and bouicr It good repair For ale or rent landuNo liguttandflMicmof JUKlfl ney Ntcewary outbuildings Fencing good and well watered Will tell tbli pace on easj termt No 732J acre of good land tlz room two story dwelling will watered good fencing It ii the tuburbt the city of Stanford dOle to Uraded school and clutches Tblslaadetirable home Price reaionabl No 37 6 room frame rotttg and ooe acre o land In KlnztTllle Ky Large barn smoke boute Ac All bulidlngi and fencing In gaud repair It1clt 00 No Sul87eacresolland cotltge of rOm good bon aoa 2 porcbet Jood turn and otber necnwary oulbulldlngi Feucmg and building In good repair Place well watered a iplndld well It etc Land It allle1 and produce well Young apple sod peach orchard Tbl film It about mllei trout town Price 3600 No 20JA 220 acre firm in the Waynitbuig section about IHnilUi from 2 tall road stations close to Irat office hors CbutCbIe Lays between 2 county roads Rural Kite DelKeri ICoute by place Four room log house a splendid birn 31x16 feet buxlng and hn two good Ihe a It watered with ncrerMliDg tprlogt and i run nlog branch through the p acv bat good coo lag soil outbuilding Price II Tcrmieuy Ko 205100 acre rum situated on the Waynia burg fad SIr Vernon road boat miles uo of vaynetburg Hat a Sroom cotttge etc Tbli place belongs to a gentleman In Calliuroli and wlllltJllI cheap Dud on say Krma dweillogboreA good barn sad lot ltd all ueceuary otitbulldlDgt fhla in goal repalrt slluatei MilD beet In Stanford lIulo portion of town This property will Lo told of a birgiln and It a tptendld opportunity some one deitrlog o lu buslnrw and dwelllog being combined will be a great saving in rent etc No 19 90X actem of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 223Nice room cotUg sod acre of land located about I mile tram Shelby City The bouie alone coil We will tell this plate for f No 2OJ60 acres M mile from Junction City itory room frame dwelling good barn crib mike brute etc All In good repair Inoudlog fencing grin and 21 acre In cultira tloo llOOdorchard ofpeachn plums applseetc A iplendld grape harbor 2600 ILa grape auld on year Pace dose to school churcbee and well watered medicated well at bout and itock well at birD eta Price 13600 No 227 About urn of lend I mile from Crab Orcbarlc on Lancatter pike A good dwell ing well and all necessary ulblldlnii Place ll nib Tbli It a good home and a cusp place The owner or Ibis property live at lender ion Ky i ant baa made up till mind to tell thlt place reaerrlog mineral watr right on place It tan be bought at a bargain eeo ui lor a price No 22A farm of 242 IcrulA bandiom mud 2 story brIck luroiobedsud due In every particular there room on 1Ifto well located and rent well Tha proporc1- I doom to school in a good comlUueU a one ollb oloeat plicet In Jncolncounty Ijrg barD Ibe lI well watered and pay well I1t ThreIonly about 20 atTar In cuiliniluoI aDd rest in gru Plenlr of fruit treu lc Tbli Ii an Ideal home and a splendid farm Price real enable No 181A farm of 300 act doe and one hslf pikefwobllltc tII1JOUDI orenlrd allkind 0 irult well watered never falling iprlngi etc All bulJlIlDl1 and fence are In good repair Thu farm countydand nil other necemry outbuilding t Iimlalii rru 71milacret li In cultivation timber to place mneandone half story rant dwellag 01 unomt ball joicUctrto Two good Ice boiuwj hem grin ryt corn etc Pliceli well water ad two rood clitero at the door running itrrom taroutib firm All biilldlngt Id good abale except scamIIn a bun young In Kentucky told 2VX pound ol grapes Uit year 1111Watered and fencing gt Khoel and churches A two atory- rooro ilx fame dwelling coot he cr1W eta 11110 good repair Price IWW fame dwelling of ill rooidi llwuhallspnadato well door and all ototr ary oulbulldlags Alto Urge blickMultb Ishop col3O IDd bed length cf hop aria feet wide Tbli property will ha auld at a Tery low pile No Two house and iota situated In Ciab Orchard with sir and cmhalf acre ot land il lecbrd Uolb are tram cottage one ODlolIII old sod the other e 1 room table two spring lIe The bulldlhge st Sew and the tenting It onilnar TeD mud gardens stud bro acres lu iattuie Will i ll each plate ie ntely or II a whue nice on the p orty ai a whole tllSW No 15983 scree of land In the town lluilti of Rowland about it metes bottom liiil inn 63 acnii In woodland Thn ace li well fenced and witer ed water wcy kell and cliteiu Cory fram building room blI urlDdl back 1Ch um Iba nd cellar boil hen aU other necestary outbuildings including crib rraoer1 etc In good repair linclng lu Btil else tder all wire tern It a btaullful place a d tlrablc home that to town and will tell cheep swoon say term No M A fnrm of alout too iirret on 001 el tbi the ouuniy A blindwme storyfrmmdwlllognod00of the large nnd test Liras county pine li well wnterwl nod TerylblDg out II tcrluJo g fenc lug It in Ill r In u good rvmnunlly drive Iron cl10 otbOl1IloIltoQutlll luinuln StnnlOd This n very bomb lrlce No 13230 acr farm i tnlU of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling rooms two tenant bout two barn eUllnd spring near welling term In high sot of euitleuion arm rivet LoUOIII land gout fenttnfruit etc irleeSI4Nenac nkarmat Ib hlan3Iwellhue- NNorA etc Pike Sync ofUnJun Jame tnt south of ts26 ciri coo acres In cultivation about v1 acres In timber and rUlln gums A large new frame dwell Nn woold also anNdwlllegonplace new Inr ones Ii It eNl wattled and the fencing Is good On public rod ilkefiouq No SoI eto0 acres of cotton land In Mlolitlpf of which oUen m- aoppwtunldesforpro6pMinvestmcoluthe Alltall now Prol 11FtDelta Tb IlmM II teroOllnr val N tb time fo Ibe supptyoftimteelifed- lminlshing from the North where the are constanlly Increasing rUI kites of Umrer lands In the South hen tile lit Mr Is removed the hand Is unequaleJ for alrkulto It will proJuc a tale of coltn tot iLcreor will Jrow other klnl of crop raise l In the temrerat lone Tile toll fetus no fertlH er a hlchcannott excelled taure lowgives a yield the title Is perfect and the nun who buys Delta Inn and timter lands at present prices Ismaklnr an In vestment that he will never regret This Un J Is dl vUeJ Into tracts ringing from 40 acres to the tract to 11000 acres to the hart and prices from tt puce to te6 per acre according to location etc WI are aulhorUed ty the company who owns these Un4s to state that as other parties are considering the of these lands that we offer these tracts sub ecttoprorralewithlrawal hoe market or chan In pike wtthont however when nollfid they will hold any tract out of market tone enough for thi purchaser to make an Investigation About 11000 acres of this land has teen soUty the Con piny since we received this option For further par ktjurs call clout office Also a 50 barrel mill ID Mercer county on salt Hirer Steam power new up todate ID every particular ono dwell OR with Improvements 20 acre of line and close to Southern railroad Price IV 000 No CotUgtlnLateatttr 77 fet frost and 100 feet deep All necessary exrepl bun h tblBgli new aud to good shape Cvt tage contain rooms ball veranda tack porrb and batvnient Clot to school churches tie lrlc1231400No see of land two tory front rot lag seven rooms halt etc lionIt new a good garden and splendid orchard of l3 acre lends goof two tables buggy house IDoh house ola A good well nn pte there Is also a rood mull o tbplace a g od crusher In mill It Is run by natural power which It a economy and the dim li In good repair WIIatlllhe property at a low lgurerlealt No 3ft Frame hotel large rooms doubt versa du hallway Kte A Urge 2 story aloraroom feet from up atilt lulu blo forge Ing 2 nlu cottage nicety furnlihed papered mi punted room and veranda each A Mail used u stable Good 2IrIi a fine chine for torn Doe to money Poprlelor bu refuted to rent properly for pel month On account of health wtf only reason for selling proprietor desire W ucbsn for In a county No 7Asmdinmof7S stet of good land located eta to town lrlctX2SO No St80 acres of land ooe mill from Scree- ng7out In seven nelda Forty acre In eultlTa ion 40 acre pasture balance In Umber Dwell CODtaln 0 rooms Largabarn and all uec iiiary outbuildings Fencaaodbulldlhgalaspun dldrtpetr Well Ir 1ric J2809 Nate100 acre or landInYard alUDt Ku IIx mUM frolll railroad and J mU from Arkanu Leer betenty ern DUana ever bottom II lint due land and to graat Thla land It tot tile or exchange 31S acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about acre cultivated about 125 In timber and gram and about 150 In grass Timber on la cut to II Inches will make barrol timber thing Ie tiel and ford wood enough to pay for the place twice over A large part teoa ed are four dwelling of room each and one store of two stories with roomi above bai well and nprlnp of water Ii In 2 miles of county em and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc forjf 2210 Onohal cash Hour and Orlit Shill Anderson county Ky 33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of the year It In nn up todate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine la of 7 years runt If acre wlththe mill Including what li with the house of 5 room All fur 10290 or 15 500 for thu mill and 14 acres One hail cash Una tine trade No mill In 10 ultc No M Fifty acre near Pleasant Point Ky rime house 6 room and Darn cod other outbuilding acre In cultivation rest In Urn ir Well watered yards from poetoha scbool and church lays well on and In good com mitt Price 5560 No 2000 acres of land In Casey county on hefty sod Columbia roads Twelse house and lotion Ueildence 8 room IS story elherboarded howl bun About 300 acres In Hulldlngt In modern sbae aunt fencing good Uood timber Well at house dogs ill over pace and 2 creeks running the Ire II a whole for ltW5oneaiy terinior wllldlvld place to suit P Nolim A nice little 5 loom cottage All necei IIr y outbulddaga and a good garden Aleut mile Irons atanlord lbhbacheap place Price cash No 21791 acre firm In mll ol Ihll I y tory loom dwelling tore hour smoke house well hous crib eta All the buldlDgt and fencing are In fair condition food ortbird Shout acres in cultivation rtst Ingood tluber Watered by a never falling well and waters ot South Pork Pilcr00No vacant lot In Junction City at Soutbeait corner of Iucua and Urofioa street rroDtiDI tO reel on Ilroaon street sod running Lucui street feet Prlc 1150 cb- No22lHoiuaudlolon Login itreet In HUB fordi etc Terylblngio good tea PNO zsi jJolma of land 2 dwelling of rooms each Large tobacco barn 132 trot nut to the Wm hsrn In Lincoln county 2 iintHitock barns h property la between good aunty rood nd turnpikes All the buildings and feoclDg are In repair llace to well watered b11100l1 prID creeks etc Splendid tobacco land and raise 13 barren of corn to the acre This nlaci makes the owner from 26 to 20 per cent on investment II II of It not the vpeapwt pieces of land In Lincoln county If are look IDI lor a bargain this li your CbDce Price cheap No acre Inn about 3 miles rote town- cultivation well water I tplendldilmostly lourrooma large burp- leftywellPttI fencedeta Price 150 per tier dwelling good cellar and 2- 1e1andNeverfatnogwellandspringere Jencing and outbuildings in anppace- e totown salt a IIDIIImIl7 Central Kentucky Heal Eitnte k Title Co Stanford Ky c = I rn rFJt f II t yI UIC I C J f- I t We have about 50 TwoPiece Suits fromllast season Most of them light colors most of them all wool all of them round cut coats in sizes from 32 to 42 Last seasons price 750 850 10 and 1250 Everyone of them to the advance of material would cost more today than a year ago but to them they go in this sale at closeI 500 Suit J fSpot Cash Now is your S C t t J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE New PARtS GREEN Let us Supply You PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky lI I 1 Rubber oaaaaaaa Rubber 1 Not rubber neck but HUBKHOID tho bent roofing niado 1 1market1 Tinner and PlumberF lSTANFORD KENTUCKY 1 I YOUR0ANTSitl WindowGlass l Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco I Will be ces bytW B McRoberts l owing a chance H Stock DRUGGIST STANFORD PEIISONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions compounded r 1 Mrs Roosevelt Dr d To Severance LSon stew rs 10 yards Lawn fa 8 50 4 dozen Hilt tuntll 20 iOcynrds Calls 6cI 80 1 Wotet 1 2fi i2ynrdsJivn 12Jcyy 60 10 yards Cotton 7Ac 76 ri yards Lnco 5o 25 5 yards Qiughnni 7c 3- 8I 4 pnlrllose IOct 40 f1rendAi 2Go Impair Whites Show 1 BO 21iens Undershirts 25c- I liO Skirt JJ 00 SMoirt Brawcrt 60 a lB10e v 4I1 8li SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY IJT11t BTANFOIU KY JUY 1DOIJ I DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda atlennys Drug Store PERSONALS KAIII COL IAN Is out after a months Mllness- J Miss MAIUR MAIIONY Is threaten with fever it vR D MAIIONY waS at Icuanon I court yesterday JBHD WHAIUIN attended court at Liberty yoatoniay- MIB SAUIB DunDBtiAK spent Hvor nl Jays with Corbin friends f Miss LJCCIB UBAZIUY of Midway Is here with friends and relatives Mil JOIN llUCIIANAN of lAHlisvill was horo on business Saturday MRs1V W LAWWIIL of Danville is with Mrs P M MoUobcrts I Mim DOILIE McUotiKRTS is with t Miss Margaret Miller at Richmond Miss Nettle Warren of Owsley count WAS drowned in Sturgeon Creek ItyMRS MARY W OWENS of Somcrst Is with her brother Mr J W Rout MR AND Mlts S W MUNEKKK of Detroit were with his parents hero tl FRANK THOMSON of Fayette is with the family of Mr T M Pcnnington Miss NANCYE llAIIUY Of LouilVlll Is with her father Mr J W Halley MESDAUKS PETKR STKAUII and H P Stephens arc at Dripping Spring MESSRS U C SAUFLEY and 1loyd Huey of Somerset were hero Sunda Mn W II IETTUS of Habcnhnn- Tenn visited his relatives in this county MR So S CALDWELL of Nevad Mo U with his niece Mrs II C Hup ley T JONES has gone to Stonegi work for tho InterState Hall IJOliN J C ARNOLD of Edna Kar her sister Mrs W U Mi T CARTER wife and son aro hero from Evansville Iud with tho home folks MRS BETTIB HAMILTON and MIIII I Mollle Dauicherty spent several wlocka In LouUvllle fr Pnor J W IRELAND who with his wife has been visiting at Corinth was here yesterday MIBS V PEARI AioninoK attend tho State Baptist Association at Richmond last week MR FRANK A LEE of Mlddleabore spent a portion of yesterday with his many friends hero MRS II D GREGORY and children arc over from Covington with Judg v James P Bailey and sons MR CEO B COOPER was at his ol lice yesterday for tho first time sine his misfortune of five weeks ago MRS JAMES F HOLIUM was take ill whllo on a visit to her sisters at Cral t Orchard und has had a severe MRS K P OWSLKY and Misuses Pcai Burnside and Mattlo Hays Owslcy of Columbus Ga are hero to spend a fev SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS is ono of a number of young ladles attcndlni n house party given by Miss Preston at Ashland IK Mu W T DAVIS and wife of Pine ville and Mr and Mrs J 1L McCarty and Mrs W L of Corbin are with Mr McC arty MR W P STEPIIHNSON of May wood attended tho funeral services oC his brother W T HlllSomerec Mountaineer MRS F J JONES of Gum Sulphur h was on Fridays Southbound passenger returning from a visit to Mrs D D Edmiston in Louisville CAPT D II GOYEN tho expert pa T per hanger painter and grainer went s to Pinevillo Saturday to do somo work for lion C W Metcalf MRS H D PHILLIPS will entertair the members of tho Mission Band oi tho Christian church from 5 to 7 Thurs- dayL evening All members are cordially invited THE young men gave a hay ride to Crab Orchard Springs last night to Misses Legrando and Rosa Jones Fran ces Jones Arethusa McAlister Lula McRobcrtfl and Mrs Foster McAlister given by William Marlon r THE party and MaUy Grimes at tho pretty home f of Mr W P Grimes Thursday afternoon enjoyablo occasion was u most of tho little folks A hundred or more wero present and they had a fine time liberal sample of the good things sent A mndo us ayaro of the fact that a real feast WIlS glen the totsi Miss MARY VARNON is here with friendsMR F CUMMINS is in Cincinnati on business MRS SAJIRA McCiuiiK of Crab Orchard is with friends hero J NBVIN CARTBR wont to St louls yesterday to purcbaso a lot of horses LITTLE Miss LUCY Lan WALTON Is visiting Miss Mary Walton in Lcxinj tonMItSCIAtlDt PlJNNVUACKFil orSom crset is with her sister Mrs A C Ill81w0 M HUBY of Somerset spent several days with his son Manlt Huoy here MR T II Wmoiir of Danville attended the burial of Mr Samuel Helm hero yesterday Misses IrNA ANn PCARL HAMITO arc visiting their brother Richard at Lebanon Junction MRS J B COLURR and little son ot Somerset are visiting her father AirI J L Anderson In the East End MR SIIELDY TiuiniLE was called rrom ML Sterling by tho death of his mother Mrs Sue Tribute Richmond Rcgistci MR W B LAND has moved his ram ily from Rowland to the brick house near the Baptist church Mrs Land Is very sick MR W E AUON has bought prop orty in Lancaster and will move to in the fall Ho will likely sell his fino farm on tagana Creek LOCALS Rio lot of iron beds just recciv Prices low Trlbblc Pence KEEP a close watch for the air ship on July 2526 27 at the Hustonvlll fair Tile fair directors will meet at She iff T J Hills office at 3 oclock this aC ternoon FOR SALFNewcabbagc peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard FOR SALE CHEAP r goal delivery wagon used a short time Georg IL Farris LADIES will bo admitted to the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 12 13 14 tree on tho first day ALL persons having stock in the Lin coln County Fair Association will picas pay it to me at once J F Cummins secretary LET the punishment fit tho crime if you dont dress up when ladies wnah suits and waists are so cheap at Severance Sons TilE Louisville Times says it look Like Miss Mattie Hughes of Midway has won in the tripto Europe contest In thd 16th district IT is fine to hitch to any tree on Main Street You will please bear this in mind and save trouble and expense R G Jones City Marshal I WILL sell nt public auction at 1 oclock next Monday county court day 21 shares of stock in the First National tank of Stanford J S Owsley Sr Executor a WE dont want to insist too much but there are many items In Severance f Sons sale you should not miss Lawn 36c Ginghams 5c 15c wash goods al ge and hundreds of remnants MR JUlES I HAMILTON candidate Cor Congress phoned us from Lancaster esterday afternoon that on account of tho death of Hon R W Miller he would not speak hero Monday I WILL be located at J L Bcazlcys urnlturo store for the present with my ptical goods Will be glad to test your yes and supply you with glasses at the west cash prices Will N Craig LOGAN R II was elected treasurer of the Graded School to succeed W 0 Walker resigned Ho will keep tho books at the First National lank whore you can call and get your ceiptKRUEGERMrs Fritz Krueger died at her homo at Mt Vernon last Week IIged 54 She is survived by n husband and a number of children Mrs Krue ger lived with her family at Ottenheim a number of years ago DONT forget the Sunday school PicI nlc of tho Logans Creek church in tho beautiful grovo between Jarvis store and Maywood Wednesday July 4th Go and help a good cause and at theme time spend n pleasant dayt How Some People Make Money ee rllr Thoro arc easy VIWH nnd hard ways of bringing money home Some kind of licks others make double muchmOil earn a dollar by the hardest as by good inniiagoment without the waste of nerve force If you will attend our great CLEANUP SALE you will mako money by judicious spending Herewith we print two bills On one wo charge the regular retnil price on the other our clearance sale Y do as well as the daughter if you come to this 801ej EXTREMELY low prices on ranges for 10 days Goo H Farris TWINE for tho next 30 days at 10c per lb cash E T Pence FOR SALE 1000 gallons of blacl berries Write or call on John I Tarter Mllledgcvillc Ky FOR RENT Five room cottage on Mill Street newly painted and in good repair J H Baughman Co IN cuton all summer goods Severance Son are givingI away pieces of pretty glass ware with purchases of from 2 to 15 A SLIDE FOR LIKE a high dive nnd a balloon ascension each day wlll be somo of the free attractions at the Lincoln County Fair which begins Thursday week July 12 OLYMPIAN SPRINGS now open tor tho treatment of rheumatism nervousness indigestion constipation live kidney and bladder troubles Best ot satisfaction F M Sims propr IF you want to spend the 4th pleasantly go to the Jones Ketxa picnic near Yosemite A very Interest- Ing program has been arranged nnd you are sure to have a good time on a small outlay of money I nAVE disposed of my drug stock to the Stanford Drug Co For the present I will be found at tho furniture store of J L Beazley All thosq indebted to me will please call and scttl their accounts with me at once WIN Craig IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do tho work For sale by W B McRot erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adam J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thompson Kingaville BOTH of the heredeclared 3 per cent dividends and carried good amounts to tho surplus fund The Hustonville National Bdnk declared 5 per cent The McKinney Deposit Bank 0 per cent and The First State Dank of Junction City per cent dividends The statements will appear in our nex Issue HAVING sold our ockof groceriES and hardware to L R Hughes we take his opportunity of thanking tbo public or past favors and request a libcra latronage for our successor We also request that all those owing us will cat at the storo and settle at onco as we are bound to wind up our business P G Warner Son MR L R HUGHES has bought the stock of groceries hardware etc ot P G Warner Son and will continu tho business at the same stand with Mr W A Carson in charge Th stock is a splendid one complete In every detail and Mr Hughccbought It- at a price he can offer some Inducements to trade with him Call on him when you need anything in his line The Opening Ball at Crap Orchard Springs Friday evening was attended by hundreds of belles and beaux and everybody had a good time The music was fine the floor was in good condition and the dancers wero at then best There are some 75 or 100 guests nt the springs now and next week will ring double that number The tare said to be unusually good this sensor ond a happier or better contentedcrowd hIlS not gathered at the grand old place In years Better spend a week or so here It might prolong your life and certainly it will make you feel better CIRCUIT COURT The Juno term of tho Lincoln circuit court came to an end Saturday afternoon Tho following ascs were disposed of the last two days Frank Smith 30 in one case and 50 in another for misdemeanors Solon Craig 50 for selling whisky S B ihevolette 50 for selling whisky to a minor Robert Chappell 50 for gaming William Weaver 30 for a misdemeanor William Hughes 100 and 50 days in jail for misdemeanor Miller Broaddus six months in jail in one caso of petit rceny and 45 days in another A now trial was refused William Kennedy who was given 10 years in the penitentiary for killing James Shupes and tho CIUIO will be appealed The grand jury which was in session eight days re turned 30 indictments The term just ended cost the State in the neighborhood of 2500 but not much was as Bmpllshed i I STILL have on hand cry plants J W Brackctt Stnnford1 GERANIUMS plants at 5c to mako room This price is good for Thursday Friday and Saturday only Stanford Greenhouses A WEEK from next Thursday the Lincoln County Fair will begin and continue for three days It will be a great time in Stanford Come TUB Etna Insurance Co of Hartford Conn represented by Jcsso D Wear on on June 19th had adjusted 789 claims and paid 112060000 of its San Francisco losses TilE Stanford fair will beheld July 12 13 14 and will bo ono of the very best in the State Young progressiv men are at tho head of the enterpris and they have gone the limit in the way of big premiums and plenty ot them Every convenience has been provided for the comfort of the people and you are certain of a good time and splendid entertainment Remember the datesJuly 121314Lancaster Rec ord CRAB ORCHARD is a drytown now all the saloons there closing Saturday night From a legal standboint the place has been dry since June 1903 but it seems that it was not generally known In June of 1903 Crab Orchard Magisterial district went dry Early in 1904 the town went wet in anoth er election and since tho court of appeals has decided that under the law then existing an election on the whisky question could not be taken oftener than every three years It is tough on the saloon men who have paid their censes and who were given no time to reduce their stocks Several Indictments were returned against them by the grand jury of tho term just closed but it is more than probable that they will be quashed as the saloons were closed as soon as it was known for cer tain that it was illegal to operate them HELM Mr Samuel H Helm aged 92 died at his home near Peytons Well at an early hour Sunday morning and vas buried in Buffalo Cemetery yester lay afternoon after appropriate remarks at tho home by Eld J Q Montgomery Mr Helm is survived by his vife who was a daughter of the late Marcus Helm and the following children Mesdames A Tribble 0 J Thur nand and Miss Betsy Helm and Messrr L T Helm and Samuel H Helm De eased was a devout member of the Christian church a splendid citizen and a grand old man Ho had enjoyed fine health until a week ago when he suf suffered a paralytic stroke which caused his death Mr Helm was born with- In two miles of where ho died and has always lived in Lincoln county whereto had the esteem of every man woman and child He was the soul of honor and a kindhearted liberal man ills life was filled with good deeds and his death carries sorrow to all who knew him well A large crowd followed his remains to their final resting dace and many a tear was shed when tho body was laid away Surely good- man has gone to his reward Let his plendid life be emulated FORGOT Ills WWElIe was a nervous looking man dressed in a jaunty light suit of clothes lie entered the lead House on Thursday morning and shored a pretty blushing woman into the ladies reception room He wrote A J Adams Hustonville Ky on tho book and turning to Capt E G Huf taker said Give mo the lest you have I want a bridal chamber with a lath attached The keen eye of the clerk looked him over and said Where is the bridein that suit case 7 Mr dams made an apology and said You see I married yesterday and I have never written her name on a register yet Please let me add it Aftertak Ing up the pen he wroto wifesafter his name You see Mr- dams when the preacher joined us together he said we were one but when I went to the depot to buy a ticket td lhattanooga I found there were two And when I got on the Pullman last night I was reminded that one in matrimony ns the parson puts it means two and I find now in this hotel I am two instead of one Mr Adams is a rominejjt druggist of Hustonvillo and can always be depended upon to fill the most important prcsciptions and was never known to bo rattled until he undertook to fill tho prescription of RQ meo and Juliet written by Cupid Chattanooga Times Mrs Longworth Dr VTo Severance tSon 10 yards Lawn 3tc li 10 yards Cotton 5Jc J5 10 yards Calico 5c f0 r yards Gingnam 5c 2i 12 yardMflwn Oc 1 08 6 Thread 5c aq G yards Loco B Jc 1C 2 Mene Undershirts 19c 8S 14 pair Hpio tijc 25 2 Mens Drawers Ijfc 31 pair White Shoes 1 00 1 Skirt 4 7S Mrs Longworth onlypaid Sl1 22 14 Vests 7Ac 30 Jin Roosevelt paid 814 08 dozen Buttons 24c 10 14 Waist 80 Mrs Longworth euvcd S3 7 SON r i Holeproof Hosiery i Guaranteed Six Months Without HoleMONTHS U GUARANTEE holes No moro darning If you buy oleprooPhosiery We have handled this line of Hos iery long enough to find that they are the best we ever saw They will give three times the wear ofany others of same price Try them ILIIIt a CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY Vi1wi1 L1AM wWlKi tiNtidN1 N tllllllllll + II + I + tlllltIIII1111311111111Ittt l Just to Keep the Ball Rolling During the MidSummer Season we are Offering the Following Reductions on Seasonable Merchandise 5c Lawns nt 3Jc yard I 71 nail 8c Lawns at Se ynrd 10 and I2c Lawusat 8Jc nrd1 15 and 18c Lawns at lie yard USc 30inch wide Batiste white colors 19c iJoo Wash Suitings at 19o yarn I 3Cc Organdies it Mulls at 29c fiOc Suitings iC Silk Tissues39c The above is all newS uptodate merchandise It is to your interest to give usa look August Number of Pictorial Re views and Patterns Just In Call and get a Fashion Sheet i L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYI L The Interior Journal sintered in the PottOffice at Stanford II- INClfldclau matter ycBLiariBD TBBSUXVB AND FKIDVS 100 PER A YEAR CASH r lS1 When Dot powill be charged NAPOLEON JRckIr hnlldl bllth Waeke1 b7 toQ1 lit IIRlII hy innol IDlack o WhOWlISOnof tlglltlIOnbo Hlnck Hnwk Unm Will sorve mares at 110 to ln uro 1 fortune thlt snsurnnce NM I w1WUaBtontordgyte INSURANCElire Aooldent None IbloRates Ounranteed Itlprelellttd l Yeying tWa wflUoequallcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 35 Farm Mules For Sale t All broke and native bred You can SM them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Fled i Sala Stable Danvlllt Ky l BD CARTER l Successor to Bruce Jl Carter t Livery Feed and Sale Stable r j Depot Street StaNrqHD KT lal attention to Commercial Men IaYour patronage is toUcited Horses on commission stock Pona In Connections H Saleplluel1I miles West of I ncastcr on the Len mgton pike It 1s well Improvd and sl Dtenty of water and timber W II lenced- i and in good repair Also an unimproved farm of 100 acres tfrlng midway between Lancaster and Lex IDgton pikes Good outlet each llsfitRINO- r l fenced Terms reasonable T t Marksbury Ky ihGive Me Your Order lf 1 Can Please You Why buy readymode clothing whenthere I7 difference In the of high radereadymadeuttsahd a suit made to- our measurement an experienced aelion I havo a handsome line spring i r I can make from u low price- yeerconteutrousers dress ceete Thet and fancy i company I represent Is one of tho best w H C RUPLEY the Tailor w Da211 Traylor DIALBR IK Whlsrll BrandU Wines Beer iiGipars Etc STANFORD KYf lou to Depot Prompt sni pollu attntlon Nothlor U the b MdilaVu pboas er lolestrtpi orders rscslr ETOBpUtttntloB INSURANCEs est null strongest company in the world See nnd talk with R M Newland who will show you the I best adapted to your age and circumstances Claims paid prompt Jy Dividends pail annually or defer trod R lI NEWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y i Orgnnized 1843 e 1teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in ItarneesSaddlery- Ac S STANFORD KENTUCKY OOica Phone 107 Homo Phone 35 J L Beazley SI Co UndertaJcers and Embalm f ers Also Dealers in Furniture aiattingsKugs They willjexchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give r Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I fl J fif FARMERS DEPARTMENT J Beecher Adams of Danville had a fine Chester Dare mare to die a few days ago I will stand my fine Jersey bull Don Pedro 2nd at 1 cash at the pen Jai A Estes Stanford In Woodford Frank Collar sold his 1906 crop of hemp to J L Bohannon at 6 per 112 pounds which Ts tho top priceFOR SALEA few elegantly bred Duroc boars February farrow Sire and dam from best herds in Kentucky R H Crow R F D No 2 Stanfort Kansas fanners are preparing to boj cott merchants who ride in automobiles claiming that their horses are frightcr ed by themachines on thecountry road Latest expressions from wheat e perts are tha this years crop will be enormous nnjl some even place it at 42000000 bushels tho largest in the countrys history Suits by the Kentucky Live Stck Breeders Association arising out or the State Fair three years ago have been settled finally by the Owensbor guarantors paying 94 per cent of the full amount Lexington has begun qn attempt to raise 10000 as a gaurantee fund tor tho State Fair but the Chamber or Commerce decided to refuse the lair unless the permanent location is fixe atLexingtonA paper says anothe trust known as the American Farr Products Co and established for thi purpose of taking absolute control ori all dairy products chickens and eggs haa been launched Refore a crowd of 25000 persons and closing with a terrific burst of speed In the final quarter J A Bennetts Flip Flap an added starter and at SO to 1 won the 15000 Advance Stakes one mile and three furlongs at Sheepshea l Bay Saturday Cowan McCormack of Lincoln county are buying and shipping aU the lambs they can get together in Pu laski We practice yet the bad econ omy of shipping away the best food cleanest and most wholesome and buying the packing house poisons for our own nourishmentSomerset Jour nal Carroll Cloyd of Bohon claims that he has the best cow in the State H declares that she gives eight gallons or milk each day and makes enough but ter for his own use using butter in stead of lard to shorten bread and such things that lard is used for and sells 23 pounds of butter each week Har rodsburg Herald Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction V hen Maxim tho famous gun In ventor his gun before n com mitten of judges he stated its carry ing power to bn much below what In felt sure tho gun would accomplish Tho result of trial was therefore Ii great surprise instead of disappointment It is tho same with the manu facturers of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will accomplish but prefer to let the users make tho statements What they dp claim Is that it will positively cure diarrhoea dysentery pains Intho stomach and bowols nod has never been known to fan For sale by Stanford Drug Co BELLED RATSAA citizen of Bath county tells of an ingenious way his neighbor had to rid his place of rats The rodents were over runhjnj the county and bad become such a nuisance and so destructive to crops thatisevcrat rat killings had been held in various parts of the county This neighbor was too busy to take the time to organize a general hunt and hit upon the old remedy of catching several live rats in a trap fastening a small chain around each of their bodies and then releasing them In less than two days there was a migration of the rodents and now not a single rat is seen on the place CORNS CURED Corn Exit will posh ively remove corns in four days Thd reatment is simple and pleasant and VB absolutely guarantee to refund the noney to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of thla great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure not speedily effected G L Penny ruggist Stanford Ky If you go in swimmin said Tom mY8 younger brother Ill tell maw Tell er if you want to you nasty little muck taker blurted Tommy lunging into the water DontBe Backward Do not hesitate to ask for a free ample of Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets Wo are glad to Jtho thou to anyone who is troubled with biliousness eonstipntlpn or any disorder of the stomach Many have been permanently cured by their use Stanford Drug Co s Kind Old GentlemanMy poor man how came you to be a tramp Tramp I joined the Dont Worry Club an then I didnt care whether lost mo job or not- Helens cutting a swath Thats awfully wide rAnd HAIRBALSAM I ICsn r lramotx I TaraUnl grevth rus to mater I H Color Cut rlfpJrJrt l tog er Residence For Sale Having located iwrninnnntly Mt HUr ling Ky otTer for wile at u r11 my tie slruble restdincw on Hustonvillo Ht In Htan font Ky For particular write mentM- lHterlingKoree W Bright at thi Lincoln County Nntlonnl Honk JOIIN P JONKB FARM FOR SALE HnvliiK moat to iltlierts Creek I dfsli to soil my farm ot lOOncrvs on till Htanfon tdrib lrchnnl Smllfs front Crab Or Ihllnt Farm ta well llIIllroI1 with can AIinlookover the co can cull on Mr lloluon who live on the farm J 8M1T1I Ullbvrts rcek Ky NOTICE I ItOrinxTO the other SUSrt wit two good stdrooms and HnM to lan worth of genera tnerchnndlic three town lots contulnln about acre ono gHHIwllrehout UMxlO 10ttllICehoullAniuiiil Rale Bfiicrnl merchanUlio JIS n tn launuayeur Over n million feel of good whltooakH plar chestnut liar Also IIHn 2i1Otivtof poplarwhlti- lank chestnut nnd pine lumber on sticks llve tiles from rnllrondtwo saw 01UmllrJ A WOOD Orlando Ky School Treasurers Land Tax Sale District No Bt levied on for school tax tc sold before the rourthouso door In stan JulyeHomer iss acres a7 Jlurzog Jordan 8 ncres 3 Dlshon li ile iifi hill Matthew fUncres Inhrlsler 111 acres l iv Leach 0 tll acres ail Dunbar Mrs acres IK- Urwr Henry SS acres 3U Hint Ij liUHcres no Fox A IW ncre a 6VaiiArsdnle Joe acres Iln III bra burly Nacre s Ilr U T acres 7- SWMMUKlHV District Treasurer No SI District No 53 DUtrlct No 1IeI11I1I for school tax to be sold on Monday July 0 Itttfl before tho courthouse door In Htnnford Lincoln coun ty Ky of i31 t It being county court day boulter acres t w King MadRe is acres 2 W M MtUlHY District Treasurer No M HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In too United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic ID all thing fair In all things clean la all hlngs It Is essentially a family pcr Bj special arrangement we are enabled to of ler the WEEKLV OOUHIEUOUUNAL one year and this paper for the price named bore Send your subscription for the com tnatlon to Ulot to the OonrlerJournul Ladies Will Be Admitted FREE Qn t The i First t JayJf I rhe- u Lincoln lountyv I Fair Thursdayr July 12th i 1 xartakJ For Sale Privately My house and 10 acre of land sttuatei just outside of town limits on the Somene pike Rouse has 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard sod one for stock J BAUKY Desirable Horns For Salt I wish to soil my home on Inn cnitor Avunue Tueivsldonco Ua twoitor frnme bonding or VYtnt rotes and li In splendid rvpnlr The outhousomre boom convenient The lot contain acre or land nhil Inys welt forunolhcrdwedlngUn on mo l tt further pnrllcilur W K WAUNKHHtnnfordJfy Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIBTOR Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky dorses welltod and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSB ft CLASSSON Trcrt JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnout at Reasonable Batei Special Attention to Trarellng Hen Grain and Ray Kor Sale A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrta Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS ProprietorD- ealer in and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble fHpeclnltTOmceandworkWaynesburg Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We lire prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And Kollelt tho business of the cltfiens ol the Kant Hnd None but the bnit compan ies represented Oilico with Crab Orchard Banking Co Haven talk with us beforo placing your In surance of renewing old policies Lut your property with us and we sell It for you charging you only n small per cent NOTICE The undrslgndeonunltbtinplolntetl IIan lIlJr to imrehaw tools for the dirt emmlv roaili Oil the 61h tiny of July ltltIs the coda ij court room receive sealnl fur salt tool and the contni to furnish tlioin awarded to the lowest and ht blililer with the right rwwrvwl by tin conimltteti to IV fret any real nit bids Tin IHTOIH who make bids will Ineludi In lhr otulnl hid a siecl lleatlun nf till brand of an well as the ifnwli steel of th inolldloaunnlatcIoht wroughtUrn staiidnnliitriiiilHiininnd strap ImiMllen to Ixinn wltli Ijlrii Hilnt n niTuiHrii round artlmudlesixiuiiiU hovel solid steel hIl IlIrh nt half square mill one luilf round pulnted ill picks weight froinit to 7 iHnindn and goal- twl t Iek handles trade 2 II slnlgv hiimiiiersjiinounds In wwlchtkolld tevaiMl te or The bidder to whom conlniet Is nwardhd will deliver salt tots and Implement In Htnnford TheM buphnlehls lid tads will pad for out of the levy of HOI fur ordlnii ry purposes U It Adams fro II Poowr unit It 0Warren Committee June ll lit S W p 4AMOyG H LiJ WHITES rswT Mq Rk 1 PURITY GUARANTEED Splits SplitsS- PLITS Wpat Is Splits 7 Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits M ado from Epsom Water Carbonated tops tho Dope Habit It is easy hry our Diamond Brand For ala nt Drug Stores Soda Fountains lafcs and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites 0 C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky reka5lsaa ilt tik tiA ij H TwoPiece Suits j look good but whats more to the point They wear good tltoyarc built with n shape in cm The tailor cant do iiiorv than ask store Wo caut give more but we out to have more i W E Perkins Crab Orchard REDUCED liens 8500 SuiU Hcduced to 1400 1 MCUH 8060 Suits iteluce l to 500 Mens 8750 Suite Itoduml to 000 16 Mens 88BO Suits Ilcduccd to 700 l Moua 8000 SuiU Reduced to 760 Meiiu 81000 SuiU Itcduccd to 800 Mcug 81200 Suits licducctl to 1000 Mon 812f0 Suite Reduced to Mens t 81500 Suite Reduced to The above prices are on all our Summer Clothing of this season Clothing of this Season at Dry SAM Goods Clothing Show HiiU null Caps Lailiw KentuckyOffloers r ingsr Etc the store that saves you Next Door to Lincoln County STANFORD KY die Cincolri bounty Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER DIREOTORSt J B Owxttr Stanford II BIIANK Stanford 0 W W II OUUMIHK Ireachenrllle L 0 Goocil W II TRAYUIII Oil oarts Crook It L HDBIIIE Lancaster W J B IOSTKH Stanford W II HiUNrts Stanford J n tyenspeclrullysolicit thenccomlUoflndivldultsFinn and and Hunkers and aru to furnlih all cleponllors such are connlitent with infu banking Mod rn Hufety leioslt looses of our Outolllura First National BankStanford iyt Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1851 then reorganized as the National Rank of Stanford In 18S5 and again reorganised as the First National Daik of Stanford In 1882 hiring had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited J 8 ROCKER Presl BT HAHRIR V Pre J J McROnKHTB Ohr W If WEAHKNAsst Ohn f Directors r Reid Danvlllt S Ti Harris Stanford JKn Elmore Stanford 811 lIau bman Stanford T P11111 Stanford Jai Koblnson Hubble I H llitUEhman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford C E Tate StanfordI Fit Your Boy or Girl For Business JtnnkkP plnKHhorthnndTy cwrltlnKnmliillthncommcrclHl brunches taught In the Commercial Department of the HUll Iliiiinutt Mtinorlul Hchool Hluilciitx now holding good Dlnlomns grunted to th fto who finish tho course Have one httt the cost of gftttlng nfhUsll1utlucnluli Hi ituinlH r Is thollwst time to begin Write for pitrtlcu Inu J O LFt11f4 or IU fYIK lAiuloii Kyr I