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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KYI FRIDAY JULY 131 1900 NO 34 IBabbitt on the 4th of July Celebra tion at Waynesburg WAYNBSUURO M6thThe glorious 4th has Como and Bono and a most glorious day and time of celebration and enjoyment It was I loft Crab Orchard July 3 and went to Junction City No connection of course but in com- plyinge with tho request of the editor I met Mr Surber an old Fulaskian of ante helium days Ho and others prom- Ised mo a crowded house if I would stay over and speak but wishing to got to Wayncaburg before tho great natal day of independence I embarked on a freight and struck out at a slow pact for Waynesburg whore after variou halts and ono pretty long one stuck in tho gloomy vaults In tho dreary regions of Pluto in tho tunnel we arrived be tween 10 and 11 oclock Wo put up at tho Gooch Hotel regaled and treated there by host and hostess like a Nabob in India for two days and nights and this morning a lice from tho Hivo Is to drive mo over to tho depot at Maywoot and then I shall soon bo at Crab Orch ard nothing preventing At Junction City I road law under the thrico Congressman lion Shcrrot Williams There he handed mo a large law book 1000 pages and said Heat that and then como and recite In three weeks I camo back and handed him tho book and from memory re- uatel it verbatim All this is aller cules story that will grow to 2000 pages and two days reading after I um dead Nobody seems to bo astonished that Williams could sit and listen to mo recite a book that it takoa months to I readNow something of that noble Hive of Maccubecn Tho celebration here was given under the auspices of the Mac cnbcoa and Woodmen and I never at tended a gathering anywhoro where such good order and propriety prevailed Not only are the Heos well behav ed but Ute people are tho most orderly well behaved and Christian people I ever saw No drunken men no disorderly conduct Never saw any whisky nor any man who had seen any or wanted to taste any God has blosccd thoeo eop1o In their lands and their goods their houses and their stores their gardens and tholr fields ludustry has waved hor magic wand over the land and grain and fruit and vegetables have sprung forth In termingled with the fragrant flowers of rural huptvlnoM and domestic bliss Industry and temperance arc twin sla tere and in their realm prosperity and ItappineM reign supreme The 4th wee a decided sueeee In ov ery way financially and In happy enjoyment Itev W It Darhlsen was uverpreseht Introducing talking and entertaining B Bright an Ohioan the talented young SnufleyJudgo War ran and littto Mile Myrtle Reynolds all made speeches or recited and M F Klkin made the Itnwt speech on the fraternal order of Mncenhuas to which an audience ever gave Attention Young Saufleya uppech M a classic gem of pearly sentences has never ben ex celled nick Warren wu in hie hap piNt mood and his historical roforoneca were beautifully eloquent and sublimo Iy grand BJklns spteech was so beautiful In diction and in appropriate word painting that suspected it to have been composed before delivery Most of tho speeches appeared to spring spontaneous from the mental mint newly coined liko Minerva from the brain of Jupltor At my request Mr Elkin traced his order back more than 20 centurion to Judas Maccabeus who lived 170 years boforo Christ While the orators wore climbing the golden stairway that connects earth with the imperial realms in tho far oil blpo dome of fancy I was lost jn astonishment at the wonderful powers of tho human mind Wo are strangely and wonderfully mode Tis slrnngo that a harp of a thousand strings will keep in tune so long The string band from Stanford mado music that caused the severed head of Orpheus to sink beneath the waves of Algoan sea without giving It time to mutter tho namo of his beloved Euridico Eight of us were regaled at Mrs Alice Goochs with a feast that caused tho table to creak anti groan un and the tableweightder its ponderous would soon have fallen had it not been for Its lightening by eight hungry men It reminded me of the Gods banqueting with Jupiter on Mount Olympus and I queen Juno Mrs Gooch dispensing the nectar which Jupiter sips AJ that table it four embasssdors of the skies judges In spotless ermine onofifticth of tho Lower House of tho Kentucky Legislature exofllciala and next officials of all kinds and my visions of young Saufley an embryo of all offices that can be held under the constitution On tho morning of the Gth I walked over at tho dawn of day to old Way nesburg and with tearful eyes and ach ing heart beheld the ruin that tlmo had- wrought I went to the famous cold spring mingled my tears of rlgr t crystal waters With choking voice I quoted Tennysons poem 5I8aa Men may corno and men may go but I go on forever Men who quenched their thirst hero are gone but the brooklet still goes murmuring on I saw the spot where 14 years ago I spoko for three hours un der tho umbrageous oak that towered over the heads of nearly every voter in tho precinct as with tho slowly circling shado the audience moved slowly around while the grinding in tho speak ers mill went steadily on With break ing heart I called for Aaron and Pleas Singleton Isaac and Bowen Camden Maj Tuttle Clark Reynolds Smith Reynolds Wash Stephens H W Caldwell Kit Singleton my father and Un do Bob Stuart The last two attended my speaking there in 1873 but no an swering echoes came All Roily to the echoless shore Even the vandal hud felled the old oak under which I slake and a utilizing getrich ago had con verted tho monarch of tho forest into lumber It would not have been se bad had it been converted into musical struments Hut had I been present I should have exclaimed Woodman spare that tree What a glorious thing is the thought of a happy resur rection beyond tho dark river of death for when truo hearts be withered and loved ones havo gone Oh who could Inhabit this bleak world alone 7 Oh is It not sweet to think hereafter When tho spirit leaves this sphere Love on deathless wings shall waft her To those wo long have mourned for here Hearts from which twas death to sever Eyes this world can never restore There as warm und bright as ever Shall meet us and be lost no more FONTAINE Fox Bonnirr CHURCH MATTERS Mayfield is to have a 26000 Christian church At a meeting of the directors of the Baptist Educational Society of Ken tucky In IxMilsvlllo it was determined to mako an effort to raise 600000 for the purpose of developing tho schools and colleges of that denomination in the StateOf interest to Sunday school workers Again wo desire to call attention to the county convention that Is to be held at Turnoravillo Christian church Tuesday July W All the Sunday schools in the country will be notified and sent pro grams for distribution Each school is urged tosond at lout ono or two dole gatos a statistical report and a contri bution for the Stnto and county work This is a matter that should have prompt attention This is a convention that every Sunday school worker should attend The duties of parents pastor ftuporintendonta teachers and pupils will bo discussed by the State worker and others The addresses will bo practical and helpful Lot us make this the best convention over hold In Lincoln county For program and other particulars address the county president L M Omer or the county see rotary J C McClnry IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Walker Uurnsido has succeeded John Smith as cashier of tho Bryantsvillo lank Mrs George V Crow has bought the John A Wood homo in Danville for Q C Railway is running two special express trains daily loaded with peaches for the Northern markets Mr W F Owsley of Burkesville who Is visiting the family of Ed Allen in Boyle celebrated his third birthday the other day Rescue Sweet a boy 16 years old was accidentally shot and killed by Matt Bowling at tho homo of James Queen near London Mm Anderson Crawford was assault ed by un unknown Negro at her home in Ford Ky She fired two shots nt her assailant as ho ran away Mrs Crawford is in a critical condition Only 82 Years Old Iain only K2 years old and dont expect oven when I get to bo real old to tool that way us long as Itnn get Blectrlo Hitters says Mrs E H Hrunsou of Dublin Ga Surely thoroB nothing elso keeps tho old young and makes tho weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dys pepsia torpid liver Inllamod kidneys or chronic oonstlpatioti are unknown after taking Electric hitters a reason ablo Wino Guaranteed by IVnnys Drug Storo Stanford Lyno Bros CrabOrchurd IrlcoSOc George Williman aged three years was burned to death in Lexington his clothes catching fire from a wax taper p Quick relief for Asthma Sufferers Foleya Honey and Tar affords Im modato relief to asthma sulTerers in the worst stages and If taken In time will effect a cure Pennys Drug Storo NEWS NOTES It js figured that Rockefellers in come Is 141 1C a minute life wealth is estimated at 000000000 Fire insurance companies doing business in Kentucky have been called upon to show to tho State Commissioner tho total amount of their losses in San I Francisco Capt Robert Tyler deputy internal revenue collector and one of the best known men in his section of tho State Is dead at Shcpherdsvillc He ftos a gallant Confederate soldier- J B Sloan Jr chief of President Roosevelts secret service corps pleaded guilty to assaulting a photographer who attempted to got a snapshot of the President and was fined 10 Farmers of Fayotto county charge that Central Kentucky millers have en tered Into an agreement to hold down the price of the new wheat and accord- Ingly are taking steps on their own be halfTen thousand mitten in the Hocking district near Athens 0 havo gone out on a strike claiming their paychecks were not as large as they should have been under an agreement with the operators Miss Gaston of Chicago head of the American AntiCigarette League has gone to Indiana to start a crusade for tho enforcement of tho law in that State relative to tho sale of cigarettes to minors Plans have been completed for the organization of a 1000000 company to build and operate nino fast steel steamers on the Mississippi river between St Louis and New Orleans and St Louis and St Paul An advance of 5 per cent in wages in cotton mills In 30 or more cities towns and villages of Southern Mossa thusetta and Rhode Island went into effect Monday About 46000 opera tives are benefited Gov Folk angered by the violation of Sunday closing laws by Missouri sa loon keepers announces that they must respect the law or suffer worse punishment and that police who fall to support him must get out After 20 years experience as a steeplejack James II Glenns time camo at Chicago Tuesday Tho rig Ring to which ho was holding on the top of a smokestack gave way and ho fell 105 feet to his death Labor leaders in national affairs arc making special efforts to influence the coming Congressional elections and have prepared a blacklist of those Representatives who havo not cast their votes on the side of labor Thu annual school census of Kentucky as compiled by Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqua shows that in Ken there arc 783331 children of schoolage Tho per capita has not been fixod but probably will bo no leas than last yoar After colliding with a Southern Rail way passenger train in Memphis a Southern Railway switch engine with two ears attached dashed wildly without a crew threequartan of n mile to the Union Depot where it crashed into two mail cars Nino men wore Injured ono seriously Nathaniel Jackson a Negro aged 28 who was shot through the heart sight weeks ago has just died in the city hospital at Henderson Dr H W Edwards who held a post mortem took a 32 caliber bullet from the apex of the heart just under the skin tho bullet having gone almost through that or gan Bowel ComplainttiChildren During tho summor months children are sublect to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as tho Urst unnatural looso noss of the bowels appears The best muillcino in use for bowel complaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlurrhooa Remedy as it promptly controls nay unnatural looseness ho bowols For salo by Stanton Drug Co- Dave Hall indicted for blockading and whoso trial was to have occurred boforo the special term of rho Uuitcd States District Court in Ashville last week was discharged from custody because his father was near deaths door Ho hails from Shelton Laurel is 73 years old and his father Alex Shelton is probably the oldest man in North Carolina being between 116 and 120 years of age He is said to bo the father of 34 children all of them boys Pine old man has never worn glasses is not deaf and is a fino typo of the hardy mountaineer Exchange Twenty Year Battle I was a loser In a 20 year battle with chronic plies and malignant sores until I tried Uucklons Arnica Salvo which turned the title by cur- Ing both till not a trace remains writes A M Uruce of Farmvillo Va Best for old Uulcers Cuts Burns and Wounds SSoutPennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard HUSTONVILLE David Newbern was in Corbin on bus- Iness W G Cowan and Charles Lutes shipped a car load of the finest hogs to Cir cinnati that have left our section in yearsRev S B Landers subject next Sunday morning Is Tho Mystery of Regeneration Evening Tho Great GulfMiss Georgia Newborn had a fine pi ano badly damaged at Moreland by be ing allowed to sit for hours In a heavy rain on the platform Mrs H R Camnitz and sister Mrs Culbertson have arrived from Cincin nati whore Mrs Camnitz has been vis iting for the past month Lightning killed a fine Jersey cow be longing to Abo Newton and ono for Josiah Bishop They were sheltering from the rain under an oak tree on tho farm of C K McClure Dame Rumor seldom errs The next actors upon the matrimonial stage wilt astonish the natives in this neck of tho woods and up and down the creek where they will live The sale of 25 of Dignity Dares get averaged 53840 and the average ago of tho lot is two years and 10 months This is surely a bright star in the crown of laurels won by the equine model of the West End A feature worth mentioning In con nection with the ball game last week between Hustonvillo and Yosemite when the score was 7 to 0 was that only ono hit was made off of our phenomenal pitcher Milton McCormack whose ability to pitch with either hand any kind of a drop or curve puts him in a class alone Mrs Battle Craft aged 77 sister of Mrs Ann Ashley aged 86 died at her home near Somerset July 1st in the morning and at 6 r M tho same day tho elder sister passed into eternity Mrs Ashley was the mother of Charles Ashley of the West End and was a devout member of the Baptist church She leaves four sons and three daughters to mourn the loss of one whose place can not be filled A large con courso of sorrowing friends and relatives attended the funeral f A Tragic Finish- A watchmans neglect permitted a leak in tho groat North Sea dyko which a childs linger could have stopped to become a ruinous break devastating an ontlro province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclror of Vaneeboro Me permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish wasonly averted by Dr Kings New Discovery Ho writes Three doctors gave me up to die of lung Inflammation paused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings Now Die covery saved my Ufo Guaranteed best cough and cold euro at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard fiats and SI Trial bottle freo An opinion of tho attorney general concurred In by the auditor is to the effect that rectifiers are required to pay on all spirits rectified adulterated or blended by them whether it be straight distilled spirits known as doublestamp spirits or single stamp spirits thereby producing what is known as single stamp spirits DontBe Backward- Do not hosltuto to ask for a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Wo uro glad to give them to anyone who is troubled with biliousness constipation or any disorder of tho Btomnoh Many have boon permanently cured by their use Stanford Drug Co We are afraid tho Atlantic City excursions will be a failure this year so far as the baldheads aro concerned The city authorities have issued a decree that girls who appear on the beach in white bathing suits must follow the maternal injunction andnot go near the water Complaints that fair bathers were shocking beach crowds by wearing garments that when wet become almost transparent resulted in tho edict going forth Frankfort Journal Stimulation Without Irritation That is tho watchword That is what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does Cleanses and stimulates tho bowels without Irritatiqn in any form Pennys Drug Store- Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqua has fixed the per capita for the ensuing school year ending Juno 30 1907 at 330 tho largest amount ever paid for the public education of schoolchildren by the common school fund of the State Vice Admiral Chouknin commander of the Black Sea fleet was shot and fatally wounded by somo one supposed toe in sympathy with the revolutionists Cash Basis II Prices for a Stanford Fair 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar for I 22 Pounds Blackberry for 1 1I IIt Pays to Pay Cash W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY L 1DOSPITALIT DELIGHT US TO Un K W RosE St LouII11oll1nu10XDI ISDKOT a1lste aevenlyGreJean patient In theben to ranch Interested old at time that thouneof Zemo pettIuaenadoctors In attendance She hat been a bard worker all her life baring 5omrwbatoyerayearagoBata her entire was affected the a mass sores Theltchlagandburningaenunonwuodreadtalat two of our best pronounced the cue Incurable and when asked permission to uie Zemosomething tocurethlsdear old ufererld2emowatlrstusedonthe dlstrorJteeie daributasloon at tbey saw the wonderful change In tho they gave consent to have It used on the Ires Gradually smooth as the face i1wacpmbebleboroamonipbeforemuchrreelief oeItebinrburmogafew weeks longer the saying that she bad better nseZemobefore tbat IbO Is cured llowerer she It wonderailllopectfullyMRS BELUS Nurse In Hospital No 208 N 8th S- tECZEMA PIMPLESALL arm SCALD DIIIAIM BE BT FACSIMILEOF EXACT + ZEMO + PACKAGE A CLEAN LIQUID FOR EXTERNAL USE PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT TO USE GUARANTEED AND SOLD DY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD Call and got ono of these If not satisfactory return it and get your ey hack Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as 1II0nIill Oten GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Save Money By buying your Refrigerators Water Coolers Freezers Set een Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries ce from George DII Hopper Stanfor Ky Atlantic City Cape May and Other Coast 1 Resorts4hslsauav 51000 RoundTrip via Uhal lke ft Ohio H THURSDAY AUG li 1000 Tickotri good Ifi days 111111crmittingttop vor at Washington e Baltimore and Philadelphia returning Through sleepers lint coacheet nj change of cars Secure space now For full information call on for vrite G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky Give Your Children An Education lf- bT e sue Iteiinvtt Momorliil Holiool stohllaherl 10 ytntrsIlH luitl n rapid onilnulI growth Nino UipitrtmtwU in follow Ariuluinlii Normal Intermediate IrhnaryiMusic Business Industrial Iliyslnil Culture and HlblloAl The cot Is small Instruction thorough locution healthful Influence wholesome Write forcutatogue I JO LKWIB Clrlnclunl London Ky y fThe Interior Journal fEC WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county lea candidate to repre tent the Eighth Oongrendonal district o Kentucky In Congress to succeed Hon 0 Q Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem ocratlc party WILLIAM J PRICE 1 of Borlp county U n cnmllilnte to tvpr vent Eighth Uongroulonnl DHIflct r Kentucky In suecw l Hon eTr congrlultot O Gilbert nctlon of tho Ilea OrR tic party M F NORTH It n candidate for IliprtSintntlveof llncolcounty subject to tile action of the Dome cratlo party n Cute JETT the confessed assassin of J B Marcum failed to corroborate hi confession on the witness stand Wednesday at Beattyville in the trialof James Hargis and Ed Callahan jointly charged with being accessory to the murder of Marcum He was drunk while testifying and asserted that he was prompted to the murder only by revenge and was not urged to the doe either by Hargis or Callahan Ton White failed to make a witness refusing to answer any questions Much im portant testimony was introduced dur ing the day by the Commonwealth and it is claimed a strong case was made against both the defendants FORMER JUDGE ALTON B PARKER in 1awritten statement takes issue with some of the utterances of Secretar Taft in his speech delivered at Greensboro N C He declares that the sect retary attempted to have his hearer draw the inference that the recen prosecutions of alleged illegal combinations were due to tho new laws Judge Parker says this is not true and quote t from his letter of acceptance and a speech made during the last presiden- tiali campaign to the effect that the laws existing then were adequate to give relief if enforced THEY are going back to first princi pies at Sheridan Ind The town board has decided that hereafter all men con victed of intoxication must work the streets 10 hours a day with ball and chain shackeled to their ankles The citizens are so disgusted with drunkards who fnfest the place that the blue laws will be welcomed We should like to see the same laws resurrected iu Kentucky Of all the disgusting creatures on the face of the earth a drunken mat is the limit and is less deserving of decent consideration THE Pennsylvania Railway is in position to dictate to the country and it t is not slow in doing so The magnitud of its operation is shown in a committee report which states that it operate more than 10000 miles of line am which in 1905 carried 123431325 passengers moved 327131839 tons of t freight expended in purchases of real estate construction rolling stock fuel i material and supplies 148338774 and itpaid in wages 120644876 to 194423 officers and employes MR WILLIAM JENNINGS PRICE of Danville announces his candidacy for Congress this issue This will be goal news to his many friends and admirers all over the district where he is both well and favorably known He is a sterling young democrat a good handshaker a pleasing and courteous gentleman and is well fitted to fill the office he seeks TilE Census Bureau makes the surprising statement that about one person in every 1200 is blind and one in every 850 persons deaf in the United States the total number being 64763 blind and 89287 deaf Both afflictions it is sad to say are increasing the number of its victims and Tbeer The first bale of cotton of theseason sold in New York at 24 cents a pound If this price would keep up the Southern planters would roll in wealth By a merger recently effected the Indiana Union Traction Co absorbs enough lines to make it the largest traction system in the world controll ing 343 miles of track The Henderson lodge of Elks is to have a new home a handsome resi dence having been purchased at a cost of 8000 Extensive repairs and im provements will be made Howard Blanford who was supposed to have been killed in a wreck in Ala bama several years ago and who has a wife and two children in Owensboro I has been discovered alive and well at Sidney Australia John D White known as the Crested Jayhawker has announced himself a candidate for the Republican nomina tion for Congress in the Eleventh dis inlet D C Edwards the incumbent also formally announced Formal announcement of thecandi dcy of the Hon John B Chenault of i Madison county for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals t6 be submitted to the party voters throughout the State In November next was made at Richmond Wed nesdayt THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR The First Day a Brilliant Success Magnificent Show of Stock Big Crowd and Perfect Order rThe expectations of the most sanguine were excelled yesterday the first day of the Lincoln County Fair It was bigger better and brighter than anybody had even hoped for Peopl were present by the thousands stock the best in Kentucky was on hand by the car load tho day was prpplciou and everybody was in a good humor bent on making the fair a success am the visitors have a good time lion well they succeeded any of those at the fair can tell you Perfect orde was preserved and nothing occurred to mar the pleasure of the big corwd Following is a list of the successful competitors for yesterdays big premiums No 1 Best mare mule dolt under 1 year James Woods premium M B Eu banks certificate 2 Horse mule colt under 1 year A B Brown prem J W Williams cert 3 Mare mule colt 1 year and under 2 T B Walker prem and cert 4 Horse mule one year old and under 2 James Woods prem and cert 5 Mare mule two years old and under 3 Harris Woods prem and cert 6 Horse mule two years old and un der 3 Didnt fill 7 Mare and mule colt colt at side M B Eobanks prem E P Woods Son cert 71 Mule colt either sexby Wm Fields Abran- J T Dudderar prem S N Matneny cert 8 Walk trot and canter mare or geld lag any age J T Crenshaw prem Mack Hughes cert 9 Saddle colt under one year old Geo Tucker prem J R Beazley cert 10 Saddle mare or gelding one year old and under 2 W P Grimes Jr prem J D Eads Son cert 11 Saddle mare or gelding two years old and under 3 VanArsdale Buster prem C C Carpenter cert 12 Saddle mare or gelding three years old and under Edelin Lucas prem Mack Hughes cert 121 Saddle mare and colt season to John W Holmes Chester Jewell Mack Hughes prem R S Scudder cert 13 Phaeton pony mare or gelding any age 15 hands and under- J R Beazley prem J D Eads Son cert 14 Pair harness mares or geldings any ageJ L McDonald prem Mrs Walter VanArsdale cert 15 Harness stallion three years old and under 4 C P Cecil Jr prem J C Bailey cert C C Carpenter third 16 Harness mare or gelding three years old and under 4 J T Crenshaw prem VanArsdale Buster cert 17 Pair of roadsters any age regard less of sex color or ownership- C P Cecil prem I C James cert 18 Combined mare or gelding any age Mack Hughes prem J T Cren ohaw cert C T Bohpn third 19 Roadster stallion any age L D Baker prem Ed McCarty cert I C James third AROUND THE RING Uncle Irve Pitman has a good one Silas Sandidge has a string of win nersMack Hughes has a good stable of eight horses R S Scudder has only three but they are good ones C C Carpenters five are attracting lots of attention Genial Charley Cecil is on hand with six blue tie winners Let J A Allen and U D Bright heck your baggage Dodd Sandidge are on hand with aI half dozen fine horses H J McRoberts gents furnishing tore is well advertisedIE S Powell Son showed their great young stallion Almont Dare Dont fail to see the Morocco horse He is almost as big as old Jumbo was The circus was all right Go today It is well worth the price of admission- C T Bohon Jr of Lebanon has only one horse but he is a bread winner The balloon ascension was good yesterday but the high dive was a little ameS D Turner who has the feed andI the horsesIEdelin Lucas have seven fine show torses that are taking their share of premiumsJ of Falmouth is on land with nine crackerjacks He shipped here Wednesday George T Wood is making a fine chief Marshal while as a ring marshal Jack Beazley is A1i t Henry Hester is setting a splendid dinner Patronize him Howard Van Arsdalo I C James and N I Buster havo a string of 10 that are hard to Storms bentIsweetest of music and an abundance of it Mr Storms is a veteran band master and he is a good one I Mr M S Baughman is making an A 1 president Mr J F Cummins the efficient secretary is also the right man in the right place Dr T W Pennington was chosen as assistant secretary in place of John H Shanks who could not conveniently servo TO DAYS PROGRAM 20 Best jack under one year 21 Jack 1 year and under 2 211 Jack 2 years and under 3 22 Jack 3 years old and over 23 Jack any age 24 Jennett under 2ycara 25 Jennett any age 26 Mare mule 3 years old and over 27 Horse mule 3 years old andover 28 Mule any age 29 Pair mules any age regardless of sex or color 30 Hnrnosss gelding 4 years old and over 31 Colt either sex under 1 year 32 Mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 33 Mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 34 Stallion 1 year old and under 2 all Colt either sex season to S M Owens Sons Warfield 35 Fancy turnout single horse deco rations not considered 36 Saddle stallion 3 year old and under 4 37 Saddle stallion 4 years old and over 38 High acting harness mare or geld ing any age 39 Roadster mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 40 Harness stallion 4 years old and over 41 Saddle stallion mare or gelding any age The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Borroughs an old and wollknoxvn resident of Dlullton lad says I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trou ble I make this statement after having used the remedy In my family for several years I am neverwlthout It This remedy is almost sure to bo need ed before the summer is over Why not buy it now and be prepared for such in emergency For sale by W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford u PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CiriMtt aDd brtattncf tho lull twinHnrrHtlr to it Youthful Color n ItUojfieindlliuu FARM FOR SALEI Slaving moved to nilhert Creek I denlrn to sell my farm of 1U nrrr on the Htnnford 4 Crnli orchard inllcn from Crnli Or ehurd Farm II well Impruvtvl with coil punitively new residence nnd outhcmicn All to urai except lien InrtltilooK overthu place Mil call all Sir lkluon- who hues on the lurni DJtBM1T1I fllllwrUIOnwk Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mclfoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building V H W Hi T ES T LVE Rk S URITY GUARANTEED Russell Springs Ky June 606 Whites Concentrated Water Salts Co Crab Orchard Ky GKNTLKMEN I File like it was n deauty of mien to tell you that your Medisong Euqucl is yet to be Discovered and caver body that bought one and give it a fair tryal line done been back for the 2nd Bottle and I feel as if I will be able to sell a lot of it in the near fucher Let mo tell you what a felle told me the other day and he was a Trencher beside after trying n bottle of this Walter and after spending all ho could get for Dr Bills told mo that he could not afford to be without itand auto said that he would not earn to sell such Mcdsou as that and ask me if I would give him half of tho Profit X XX if he would furnish the Rig and- o throw the Countrary selling it and I told him I did not know a bout that if my letter is of anygood to you use it anywhere you want to LEO V BURCHBTT 1 PARK HAIR BALSAM Itinm tad brutilltiCthbIr- llnrl nxnotti laturiftM Pall to IlntorUalr to It YoularutColorew rtlp icin l eInt hrrtM Desirable Nome For Sale I I wIMi to sell privately my homo Lnn cimter Avenue Tilt n lileiicc tan twostor- Inline hulldliiK of even room nnd tl III ipleiiilld repair Tho outlioiikeinru now convtlilunt Tho lot rontnln Here of hUIII and lays well forllllolhlrl1wtJllllllfl1nll on me for further irtlculnr W K11rC1tNEItHlnffonlK- yWaynesburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In nnd Vniiufaoturrr ot Granite Monuments Marble italrdlrtlenaIeJwelnltyOalconndwork1Vayn0barg NOTICE t have two large Moreroom for Axle nt Orlando Ittwkratle rOll lit 01te of tlnunV stt the other SuxHX with two gold ilili rtMiii nnd flita to IIPll worth of xvnrnil mvrcliHiHlUe three town lute coiUnlnlnf nUiut ryIterullllll good WHrohousu HltxM adtaglowsAnuIIM KIII lIIrohRllllh 0 t HDjhUiiytiir Over n million trot of good whit oak clmtnut tlin- U r Also nut tDfevt of poplar whlti onk olicstnul tend lumUr on itlcki IIIIIIiuatUmlxT Write for further ixirtloulnrt J A WIHIIIOrllllll1o Ky Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents j- Crab Orchard Ky We are prepnrwl to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd solicit the ImslneM ot the citizen or the Kntt Knit None but the tI compnn t0l reprvtented Oflico with Crab Orchard Banking Co lnv n talk with UI before nlnclng your In surface of renewing old pollole Ilit your property with UI and we A1I1t for you charging you only n small per coal POSTED We whote name appear below itrletl forbid hunting tuning or any kind of ire patting on our place and will proecnt Ttolator to the full extent of the law Un Kate Adnr Uelchenbtch Brc Fred VonOrucnlganAlbert VonGruenlga Fred VonAllman Fred Neumann Alfred BltnpMin George Holmt UlM Mettle U flews R Rclchenbacb Ohorlea Oummln Joe aallou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes W E Amon Wit Dngherty- U J Hoffman U D Klmore Peter W Tarter J Ne In Carter Mr M Hayden Welch A D Hoot J E limes F Bbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Coon John Oamenlich Sam Trowbrldge Peter Ilalmer- Oharle Ensslln Frank Oordler John Meier Samuel Llndter Jacob Gander Mrs Alice Lytle Dvd Stephens Mary Hoffmann L Nunnelley J w Haughman- Chrtiteo Ore son J O Carpenter Jacob JCMwelu Sam Damiron- Mr M1 Aihlock Fred llnndorf I IWcIDRUG STORE I I Wants I would ho a pleasure to get IIt letter with acquainted you I I S a ford bru4 Co I ISuccessor S W Pb N CmigI HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 15O Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic ID nil things fair In all things clean In ull things It U essentially family paper By a ipeclal arrangement we are enabled to of ter tbe WEEKLY COUKIERODKNAL one year and this paper for the price named bore Bend your subscription tor the com bination to usnot to the CourierJournal I THEe r I Will call for wearing apparel combining both L Style and Comfort We have made a special effort to be in condition to do this How well we have suc t ceeded can be seen by letting us show YOU our TwoPiece Double Breasted I Long Coat Suits I A Panama or Porto Rican Hat a Patent Low Shoe with gauze Hose a Soft Shirt with collar attached or White Pleated Shirt with jcuffs attached with Shepherd Plaid or Blue TT Polka Dot Tie Black or Tan Belt and you are dressed in perfect taste and comfort tlwoatsa H J AlcROBBRTS l STANFORD KENTUCKY Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The purer of the ikin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined It r with the guise of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraw ever particle of impurity from the poresall the way and by gently exercisirlgthe facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow ol health- GENEROUS If you call at our store we will gladly Rivfc you SAMPLE free a generous sample of the cream and a copy FREEof the famous book A Trtattit in Facial Maiiaft PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD KENTUCKY e asssoosnrssis ssaI I I Rubber 00000000 Rubber I mlcloI I I1inner and KENTUCKY Plumber III I YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces bv W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded Wash Shirt Waist Suits At hnlf price fot this wok licnutiftil Giiiglmm nn l Lawn Suits ramie by New York nmkcrt 8050 cut to 170 8400 out to 200 r SlfiO cut to 22B 8000 cut to 300 Special this week 8125 fine Linen finish Cambric Wnlete tucked nt OOc DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Penny Drug Store PERSONALS WlLUAM HUBV of Somerset Is here Mn WALT m 0 SCOTT is at home from Paris MM W W WADB Is ill with ty phold fever I GAIT J C LYNN Is over from Frank fort for tho fair I G T Goocil and Fred Curtis are I hero from Somerset Miss LIIUB MARTIN of Somerset with Mrs W II Brntly t Mrs KATTIK CONN of Lancaster L with Miss Lottie Carson Miss EUXAIIBTII HOMIILB of Parks vllle te here with relatives Miss MARY MILLER of Klehmond with Miss Dollio McKoberts- MiesALUB SIBATT of the West End Is with Mn David Scott of MitchellsMtss Dow GOODB burR Is with Mrs U D Carter i Mn W LOGAN WOOl and wife of Danville are attending the fair MRS FRANK WIIKINBON of DurRln is with Ed Wilkinson and family A J ADAMS and bride of Huston vlllo attended tho fair yesterday JOHN U CorFBY of Columbia was amorR the fair visitors yesterday Miss Susm SAUNDBKS of Louisville the guest of the Misses Menefee W J YAGBR and wife of Louisville are with W M Dri ht and family MIss Awl II END RICKS of Louis ville Is with Miss Mollie DauRherty Miss MARGARET WHITE of Zilch mond is with Mm W B OBannon Miss LAVINIA MCGRAW of Junction City is tho guest of Miss May Jones MRS W C PETTUS and little baby are with her mother at Crab Orchard W J POTEBT the efficient clerk of Mercer county was at the fair yester day Mn S R COOK and Miss Annie Steele Cook of Lexington are with friends here MIBSWJ GBRTRUDE AND Theo HAYS of Chicago are with Miss Etta Ucllo RootMiss ANon KINNARD of Lancaster will arrive today to visit Miss Clara FLORENCE TANNER of McKin ney is visiting friends at Augusta Kansas CIIAHLUS C McUonniiTS of Iap Grange is with his brother II J Mc Roberts Mr JAMBS CARPENTER and wife arc in Louisville with tho family of A G Huffman MR HARVEY M MOFFKTT of Hor ton W Va is with Mr and Mrs R K Gaines WILL DURHAM of Danville Is with John Owsley Reid who Is threatened with fever W G SMITH wife and baby of Cot bin aro taking in the fair and visiting the homefolks MRS WALTEn VANARSDALB and Miss Edna Camnitz of Hustonville are with the Misses Cooper MISSES EDNA MASON of Lancaster and lJe8sle and Sadio Bnughman are with Miss Peachio Boughmon Mils HERBERT PRICE of Danville and Miss Mary Lackey of Kansas City are with Miss Martha Paxton Rout MR AND MRS J W MOORE and Mrs Judd Phillips and children of Casey are with tho family of Ed Wilkinson MRS ANNIE DOTY and son Jnmcs of Mlllcrsburg are with the families of T D Newland and J W Baughman MRS W K SHUOARS and little so- ny of Brodhead were here yesterday returning from a visit to her parents nt SARA DANIELS of Paris Elizabeth Thatcher of Somerset and LaVerno Bruce of Danville are guests of Miss Jennie Lynn Miss VIRGINIA CASWELL BENNETT the summer at Crab who Is spending Orchard Springs Is the guest of Miss Sara Dunn during tho fair MISSES ILA HoLDHAMof Crab Orch ard Selina Livingston of Chicago and Ella Morris of Plcasuroville are guests of Mrs James F Holdam W G COWAN president and Sam tJM Owens secretary of the Hustonvillo Fair were at tho fair talking up their exhibition which begins July 25 MR B II VANARSDALK orders his paper to Birmingham Ala whero ho is headquartered Ho is now traveling for the Simmons Hardware Co St Louis burg is with T D Rancy Miss lioMAlnE BRADBN of Indian apolls is with Mrs W A Tribble PROF IRELAND and Dr Harry Hlg gins are making firstrate ticket seller for the fnlr LOCALS Tire prospects are brood for fine fair weather again today 16 RAIN COATS this week at 0 good style good cloth Severance Son TAKE a look at tho Sand lOc glow ware at Mrs W S Jones restaurant LINCOLN county has 5700 children of school ago Of this number 4690 are white FOR RHNTThe big barn on my place during the fair Ten big box stalls G B Cooper Jut JOHNSON who played tho Wile Man from Borneo act hero court day caught u tine of 750 ron VENTTho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office MWMW3 E P WOODS and John B Foster arc each building Immense tobacco barns Tho fonner has in abou 20 acres of tho weed THERE are two vacancies to be filled in the Stanford Graded Schoola high school position and ono in the grades Apply to T D Raney sccy Tim Hustonvillo Fair promises to be tho best ever given at that hospitable town Dont fail to attend It Remem ber the datoJuly 25 three days OLYMPIAN SPRINGS ie now open for the treatment of rheumatism nervousness Indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F M Sims propr Tim tax books are ready Come in and get your receipt Tho penalty Roes on a month earlier this year than heretofore the last legislature having made Oct 1 tho day T J11111 Sher liT Mit MATT hassold his In terest In Woodson Sauces gents fur nishing store at Danville to his partner Mr W II Sallee We are glad to know that Mr Woodson will move his family back to Lincoln AT the Richmond Fair Wednesday Matt Cohen won the 1000 Saddle Stako with Star McDonald Brock Bros got second money with Judge Cantrill Mack Hughes third with Tom- B anti Prewitt Bros fourth with Dab Franklin TimE Great Danville Fair will send exclusively Its advertising matter to the newspapers in this section for the ex hibition this year and will not advertise In nny other manner Advocate A sensible move There js every reason to believe that tho public generally wilt rend more carefully a welldisplay ed advertisement in thehomo paper than It would bills on trees barn etc which in nine cases out of ten do not stay up much longer than it takes to hnng them SWELL SOCIAL FUNCTION At tho country home of Mr and Mrs E T Pence Sr on Wednesday evening was indeed one of tho swcllcst ja well as ono of the most enjoyable social func tions over afforded our society set Some 200 invitations were Issued by the charming hostesses Misses Kato and Dora Pence and 150 or more took ad vantago of the pleasant occasion In tho receiving line were Misses Kate and Dora Pence and Jennie Lynn and Messrs Alfred and Adam Pence and after the guests had been received they were taken in charge by Misses Sara Baughmnri Stella McClary Ophelia Chancellor Nancy Nowlanu and Mrs Sue Yeager assisted by the Misses Pence and brothers and wero entertained in a delightful manner on tho brilliantly illuminated lawn where tote nteto seats and swings were arranged About 11 oclock delightful refresh ments wore served In tho largo dining room which was exquisitely decorated for the occasion When tho hour for Jepnrturo arrived the guests showered their praises and best wishes upon the Misses Pence and bade them a reluctant goodnight with many assurances of an evening pleasantly spent If we Should Give You a Dollar eraso- t You would appreciate it Wo will give you more tbjin that if you will take ndvnutngc of our out prices for this week The FItEL GLASSWARE is like giving you GOODS Aid paying you to take then homo TilE young men will glue a swell hop nt Waltons Opera House tonight I STILL have on hand cabbage and celery plants J W Brackctt Stanford KBDP a close watch for the nlr ship on July 26 20 27 at the Hustonvill fair THE young folks enjoyed an Impromptu hop at Waltons Opera House last evening FOR SALE N cabbage peas beets and other vegetables Phone 123 1d Hubbard iNew red polka dot lawns and swisses on bargain table this week Sew nnce Son TUB L N will run another 175 roundtrip excursion to Louisville rom this place Aug 5 Do not fail to see W II Mueller the jeweler If In need of solid silver spoor forks knives etc Largest lino cvpr carried NOTICE Your school tax Li 1110 Settle at First National Bank with W H Warren before penalty goes on L R Hughes treasurer LoST between Stanford and the fairgrounds yesterday a gold watch wllh black fob N J W engraved on watch case Leave with Mrs Jams Brady and receive reward IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonvllle J W Thomp son Kingsvllle LINCOLN county seems to bo a favors locality for banks Though it has a population of only 17059 and a third at least of it is knob landit has six banks each of which has just declared a dividend ranging from 3 to 6 per cent ac cording to the statements published In the INTERIOR JOURNAL Frankfor Journal A MEDICALjourn I says that by boiling nil the water and sterilizing all the milk and thoroughly cooking all the vegetables and killing all the flies and doing various and sundry other thing the average person will bo Immune from typhoid fever Most people how ever will decide that the remedy Is worse than the disease and run tho risk of catching it BORDES John B Bordes aged SO tiled at his home beyond Crab Orchard Tuesday and was buried in the Crab Orchard Cemetery at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon The Masons of which order he was a member had charge or the exercises at tho grave Mr Bordci was a Frenchman and loft his country many years ago Ho is survived by his wife and three sons AIIOUT 00 guests responded to Mrs J S Rices At Home invitations for tho afternoon of July 11th to meet Mrs Matson of Lebanon and it proved to be one of the most elegant receptions ever given in our town However much disappointment was felt that tlio guest of honor was prevented from be- Ing present on Account of illness The homo of Mrs Rice was brilliantly lighted and very elaborately decorated the colors used throughout the house being pink white and green The hostess was nssistcdby Mrs H K Bourne of New Castle in receiving her guests und Misses Nell Warren and Sotlo Al corn very gracefully presided at the frappe bowl Tho dining room pre sented a most beautiful scene the ta ble bare of cover was literally banked with pink and white carnations and masses of smilax in the center of which was tho handsome candelabrum containing pink and white candles The Ices were in pink and white the cake and mints carrying out the same color scheme As tho guests wero served with refreshments pink and whito seet peas were pinned upon them The band dispensed sweet music thro out the afternoon Mesdames Wm Severance Clarence Tate Bessie Mc Kinney J S Owsley and Thomas Rico were untiring in entertaining the guests md many encomiums of praise were leaped upon Mrs Rico for the delightful afternoon TO Old Point contort and Return Vin Chesapeake tC Olnolly Monday July 23d Saturday Aug 11 15 days limit good fur utopovcu in the moun tains PUBLIC SALE If not told prlvHtely I will on Wednesday Aug 1506- at r on the SC TION CITY KY offer for Nile The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property ConnUtlnt of about ncre of land factory buihlliiK which Imi about fijio rt moor spice one tatterlullcqutpntentofinnhorse fewer ling inmhlncrv with rHptirlty of cane ssalot U well loented on the I A N railroad nod lee tlmiino fwt trout the O depot Tho blllklln U well suited for mutt liny kind of iimnufurturliii enterprise or would make n enpltiil for rehmwlllng tolme ro For further information call on or ml tire Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAM P HiiicLiir Mgr Attend The fAIR ToDay And ToMorrow ONLY RAILROAD kTllUISIEQUIPPEDWITN I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC II BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY anois CINCINNATI- TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and SouthwestHOU- ESEENERS TICKETS SALE FIRST THIRD Of POINTS For hformtion sod Rate AddI HCKINOCPTAAlt KT W A OARRHTT Qcattal Mass W RINEARSONOPAtTarlaastl 0- n kS r Slipper Bargains 5 We have sizes 8 to 11 in Childrens 8100 and 125 Slippers nt 50c La dies Common Sense and Coin Toe Slippers nt 05c 10 Per Cent 11I ItS S i We should like to supply whatever you need for the i Fair whether it be a whole S Outfit Suit Hat Shoes andCi Furnishings or only a new Collar- i i S EVERYTHING IN MENS WEAR E Si CUMMINSMCLARY i STANFORD KY t SN sS119 M1WK4tif1 4e 1re N +Hi t + + 011 II + + + III H t+ +c II H++ t4 lllltt IIf You are Not Ready for the Fair I i Get Ready Quick ir Go to L M H U EY COS and take advantage of the Cut Prices on Lawns Batiste Organdies Mulls White Parasols White Oxfords Etc We have a full line of Wash Collars Wash Belts White and Black Belts and all accessaries for i KidI i costumes Ii LMHUEYCODry I 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORDKENTUCKYI Ii11111ttllllllllllltttttlIIlllflItII I It 1The Interior JournalEn- tcredinthePost OdiceatStanford 01 tecondclaU matter t TTHIMBUBD TUESDAYS AND FKIDWS ATE 100 PER YEAR CASH prWhen not paid 1200 will be charged Jesse W Sweeney raomiKTon Livery Food and Salo Stable I Lanoaster Ky Horsci wellfed anti cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE B9g8EilCLAE90LPr- caJUNCTION CITY KY0 Turnouti at Reasonable Rates Bpecl MtOU i ten gora1nnd INSURANCEwlnd RtormtL1fe and Fire Lightning the and ACCIdent IcnretOsHapreonted ible hate lplngltoO Talk with tprdUncquallud MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 85 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see thorn by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed A Sale Stable Danville Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY S attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Honei on commission Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale privately my farm of 170 I wish to sell logtonptkoslteii owell Imllfovell on oud ho timber tensed and buildings to good tying mldwuy between casternOndtux sngton pikes n011outlet TIIU1IUUNOfenced Turtns rcnsonnulo Marksbury Ky Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You fCndYll1nc1e clothing wben thereWhy buy the price of hig- h8radoreadyntadeeultaand n suit wade to an experienced tailor our I haven hnndsome line Hprlng I con IUOK from n low price Summer goods suit Alc- oapapnny dreubounces eultto the Ilneet l represent ono ofthebestThe H CKUPLEY theTa- tlorJJat1 Traglor DEALlrt Itl Ihlslai Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc Osrpentr House STANFORD KY Close to Cnor3eretncelveteStlhk 0romtattentloa e cdcce1ar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in ITnrnossSaJdlery 4 STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They willjexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 1TANFOKD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT R B Mahony sold to E C Hopper his brown harness gelding for 225 Hermts sold for 4000 and Stalwat 11000 at the New York horse sales M E Allen S Co sold to Meier i Huffman 15 choice heifers at 3ic teams of mules belonging to E M Sowell of Mt Pleasant Tenn sold for 1000 Tho estray mare advertised by J I Mocks at Hubble was the property or R P Blackerby of McKinney It pays to advertise At Harrtjdsburg T J Hudson sold to- M Phillips a weanling mulo for 100 This is three mules he has sold from this mare In succession at an average of 10335 James B Haggin added 335 acres his Elmendorf farm in Fayette by buying at Commissioners sale the Rogers place on the Russells Cave pike at 125 an acre- Kentucky Fiar DatesIThe following are tho tho Kentucky Fairs for 1900 as far ns reportedLancaster Jul183 days lIustonville July 253 days Danville Aug 13days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 163 days Lawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 221 days t London Aug 284 days Nicholas ville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 4I days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticcllo Sept 114 days Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous gun In ventor placed his gun beforo a com mltteo of judges he stated its carrying power to bei much below what ho felt sure the gun would accomplish The result of trial was therefore n groat surprise instead of disappoint ment It is the same with tho manu facturors of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Homed They do not publicly boast of all thIs remedy will accomplish but prefer U let the users muko the statements What they do claim is that it will positively aura diarrhoea dysentery pains in the stomach and bowols and has never been known to fall For sale by Stanford Drug Co SUE WOULDNT TAKE A DAREMtt Grace Adams Luker a young widow of Boston was married on short notice last night because she wouldnt take a dare says a Denver telegram William HRyer n Colorado Springs mine magnate and clubman while con versing with her said he was about t leave for Chicago and Northern Michigan She wished she could go along she said and he said she could How she asked As my wife ho said I dare you to marry mo I never took a dare in my life she said promptly and I wont now Ryor stopped to the telephone and arranged for a marriage license and a minister and an hour later they wore married Two hours later they wore on their way to Chicago Saved His Comrades Life Willie returning from the Grand Arm Encampment at Washington 3ity a comrado from Elgin Illwas Aken with cholera inorbus and was in a critical condition says Mr J Joughland of KIdon Iowa It gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera mild Diarrhoea JJeraedy and believe saved his life I have been engaged or 10 years in immigration work and Conducted many parties to tho south md west I always curry this remedy ind have used it successfully on many coaslons Sold by Stanford Drug Co An automobile in which Vico PresI- dent Fairbanks was riding crashed into a buggy driven by Joseph M Dough erty near Danville Ill Mr Fairbanks was not injured but Mr Daugherty was painfully bruised War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to hook the ravage of consumption the whlto plaguf that claims so many Jctims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds erlectly and you arc In no danger of consumption Do not risk your health b y taking somo unknown preparation whan Foloys Honoy and Tar is safe and certain in results Tho genuine in a yellow package Pennys Drug tore Five persons were killed and a score were injured in a collision of trolley cars near Lockport N Y CORNS CuiiEDCorn Exit will poss ively remove corns in four days The reatment 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 his great preparation only costs 15 enta and nothing if a perfect euro is Pennyi ag = Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kolloy of Mansfiold Pa writes I was in poor health for tic years suffering from kidney andblad dcr trouble and spent conslderabl money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit butiwai cured by Foloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that It may be tho cause of restoring the health o others Uofusio substitutes Pen Hys Drug Store Elisha Moore formerly of the crew of the battleship Kentucky was arrested at Oyster Bay for impersonating a secret service man A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with sprint from a torpid liver and blockader bowels unless you awaken them t their proper action with Dr King New Life Pills the pleasantost am most effective euro for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and ton up the system 25o nt Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Oral Orchard For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situate Just outside of town limits on the Somerset plko louse has 7 room kitchen and scr rants room good cellar stable and al necessary outbuildings Water hydrant tn the yard and one for stock- J P DAILRY Residence For Sale I Hnvlng locntni permanently Mt Htr loITer fur mile nt n pln my lie slrriblA residence on IlustonvllluHt In Htnn ford Ky For pnrtloulnm write me lit t HtsrlingKyoree0 W llrl ltt nt tilt Lincoln County National Hunk JOHN JONKR Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No XBNlrcl room cottijetnil acre of land located about I mile Irom SbflbT City The house alone Oft J409 will sell Ills place for Jo Yq6Oaera34mllelrum Junction City 2storT 6 ruom iMine dwelling good bsrn crib Inelwllegfendngurebsnl ol lum apple pie A splendid gape nsrtior 26UU Ibs grip old In one yesr List dons to scbo l rnurchM and well watered medkated well at horse and stock well at Urn des 1ricc 1350- 0Hoursud Grist Mill Anderson county Ky M barrel capacity covered with Iron powerimeal bolt The engine Is of years run acres with the mill including what Is with tbe house of 5 rooms All for 8910 or 13 5eD for tho mill and 14 acres One hat cash Uas fine trade No mill In II miles No rNA farm of 241 sere A batdwao mod ern story brio rciMtnr nicely fuinlibed and up to Ute in every jartlcuiat Ntort room on plies well locattd end Poll well Thle rrOIfr1- Ie don te scaob In a miau Ity and It one ot tile meat Ihlet In Urmia rwoty largo the plane Is well watered and II well nut a kill on It Th re k only bout a acres In cultlrallin snd rest Ingress lent of frail tIKolr Tbli Is an Meal nome aid apkndld farm like reu onaMe No 191A harm of Wfl ae n one sod onehll rthIhall riB Flm young orciunt ktcrlnf ail ktedt uf Iratt wen watered newt IaJllq serisge etc All buUdlsisaMlf i w an lDK rejarr Thin farm dluiot in the best roller of 1Isa1Maly- aid Is MM howe gpfeBdhl see house buro nod sit other nccetmry outbuilding IUA farm of 814 acres tlWatM alnvti INeham WaBloidaed wllsilVoB UnbUreha d It the w4ln BfColar Crtck Tsplaah cm aloes U MJ and aatub dMUJ About Mi acre U la eultlratioe Umlwr turilcicat to k J WM and Mk wry few dwelllnc ol k rooms bUltOttbrto Two geed In kousn biro gram ry curD crl etc Hare well water id two good cUierw at the cIr running Know lOrouKb lotus AU IMtlldl In Mod bi rptone Ion foodDg talc iilei4Sitra ra Tcrmi easy Na 7456 acres of Ied sear Juactlo Cltjc tlD MTM ldf 25 area cuhlraltva rest la gmee lee orchard Dad one of lIe seat grape barbers Kentucky Iarty sold 2510 pound of tilt year Well watered and fBdog goa- dlletochool and ehurebe A lory1sr- eo ItSrHo frame six room two balls verandale well a deer and all other BfctDiary outbuildings Alto Urge UacltHnlib hopOx0 aDd hed all length or shop aad 10 feet wide Tola property will besohd at a Ttry low price No Ill Two houses end lots situated In Crab Orchard with six and one balf acres ol land si lithvd IJoth are frame cotisges one uonilstlnjr of5andtbeotherol 1 rooms titatlt two good springs ftc The buildings ate flew and the Iotlllg It ortlnarj Teo good gardens and bpI cotta la lituro Will tell cash plies scrurntely or as a whole Plica on the pioptny si a whole 1rJM acres of Isnd In the town limits of Rowlsnd about 28 carte bolluni laud ono 88 acres In woodland Tbe 111 well fenctd and water ed water woiks well and cistern dory frame veranda back rorehsum- uerkltchanpodgood cellar Good Urn and all other ntcessary Including crib rraccry etc All In good repair fencing In IntIclass under all wire terre Thin is a bfsulirul place a desirable home close to town and will soil heap ano on easy eras No M A law of Clout beta on one ot the seat In Ine county A kandwiue tw- otoryfrnmedwollingnedonef the lar esi and wt burns county Is well esursd and eyerytblog about II lrrlud i g lent ing Is In iplemlld repair In n good mmuunlty dose to schools about l minutes drlre Irom Stnnldrd This it very drdmbls tome lrlclIII 17601INo MO acre farm mile of Crab Urshard ly Brick dwelling I rooms two tOt houses wo bate well an spring near dwelling firm In ugh stats of cultivation 150 sera fiver bottom and good fencing fruit etc Irlce hum an acre nice firms IHehland well hoproy Nil7fA etc Irlce troo 11 acie Df land on Jamestuwn road toyth lunnvllleooegedncultivation about 75 acres In operand rest In grass large new trams dwell ng an old dwelling on place A new pain and wo oM ones It Is will watered and tin fencing Is rood On public rod Price Iiooo No 150000 acres of cotton land In Mississippi There Is no section of country which offers so many- pportunlllesforprofilsblelnyestmentasthe Delta which now as qros lerlty Valley The umber Is becoming more valu- all the time for theruson that lumber people from the North where the supply ol timber fait llralnlihlne are consUntly Increasing their pur bases of timber lands In the South hen the tlm Crlaremoved the land Is unequaled for agrlcultu ul purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the creorwill grow any other kind of crop raised In the temperate soot The soil needs no Irtlllms and rives a yield which cannot te excel led Uses lie e title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta firm timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestmnt that hI vlll river regret This land Is dl led Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to TOOO acres to the tract and prices from f8 per acre to 36 per acre according to location etc We are aulhorlied by the company who owns these lands to slat that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that WI offer these tracts gtoprbraalewithdrawal from market or change price wlthont notice However when notified thy will hold any tract out of market long enough lor ths purctustr to make an Investigation About 1000 acres of this land has been told by the pany since ws received tills option For further par Icolr call atom office tifW N4 kywuerdh countyKytodato in every particular and good dwell- ng with Improvements and 20 acres ot One and close toSputbern railroad Price 10 000 No 1JWCottage In La tenter feet front nd feel All necessary outliulldlngs earlbsrn ErcrythlBg Is new In good shs e Cot tap contain rooms hill veranda porcl and hiwiurnt flan to school chucbu etc Irlce tAOOM No TOTen acres ol land two front fit 10001tgood two stable bouse stuole bout ete A good well on place then U alto a gtwl mill the place a g od crusher In mill It Is run by nat ural rawer which Is a great economy and tbe dan It In good Wilt sell the property at a low figure or leawtt- No St Frame hotel Urge room double reran das hallway Etc A large 2 story storerood fronting street 11 Scow hotel up stairs cults blefordw tog 2 nice cottage nicely furnished apered and painted rooms and veranda each A large barn on same lot used IIlInrrtble Uood- ranlpo Vacant lot adjoining by 200 rretdeep All of this property is In London Ky and Is a Sne chance for some one to make money Ioprlslor bss refused to rent property for rer month Onaccounloflllbeilthof lilt wife onlj eaehangforNo 73A small farm of 73 acne of good land located close to town Hit f250 No 3190 seres of land one mile from Somerset Kuoseven fields Forty acre In cultlTs tlon 40 acres lu pasture balance In tliuWr Dwell ng contains seren rooms Large turn and all nee plnINo 2S160 acre of land in Ford Kss six milfrom rsllrosd and miles from Aikaosai deer seventy uotlno1 Is river bottom Ii BrstclsssUnd and In grass TblsUnd Is tar s li or exchange 32S acre In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about ISO In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber shing lei ties and cord wood enough to pay tot the place twice over A large part ed There are four dwellings of room each and one store of twoHlortrs with room above has wells and springs ot water Is In I miles of couutv seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for MSOO Ono haU ca K7AI out II seres of land tulle Irom Crab Orcharlt on Lancaster pilIP A good dwell ing will and ill necmury utblldlnts Place Is right on pike The tl agood horn IUd a cheap place The owner ol tau protiy live at Mends too Ky and hat made bis mind to sell lute place reserving mineral water tight on place It tanb bought II a bargain tv us lor a price KyFrameoutbuildings acne In cultivation rest In tins ber Well watered jrsrds from poeiomc school and church lays well on rib and In good com munltr Irlce 150 IlIotrooIUllrtlots on dart Itwlilenr 8 rooms story log wretherbosrded IiI barn About acres In rultlrstlon Ilulldlnn In modern ebaie sad fencing good liood tlmler Well at house runningtroughlllUM on eaiy terms or will e place lo suit purchasers JIB A tide lltlls a loom cotUte All nrces or outbuildings and a good gsnlen About mile from StsnlorJ 2hlsUacheep place Trite srrelarialn wile ol Ihll Ik story 00Ht wetting don boos smoke hoagie win house crib rte All the bulkliegi and fto a are Infalreondlttcn lived oreh rd stout II tam in enltlf stlen rot goal tlwber Watered by a never falltog well and waters ot South K rk 1ike ttKK No 111A term of acres stout Mile from Stanford lays well and well watered A good ar lien ol the farm in Mm grai A eamtwubl dwelling abut a large herb This pro Is on a splendid pike elOM ui ncho1 etc flow IU pra- ere rollagtIand splendkl orchard of ORe and one hall seres fencing good twj stables boggy bUMj senek vie A good wl eo There Is shu e en the pticr a good erwhr In mitt It IbMW by natural ower whMi U great eanonf dew UiaspleadM repair Tbl propefly Is iliulid le al the wet farming dlMr4i ol the county about miln fmw Stanford there Is alwais a ready sale ter Ibe lour aad west u soon aground We will fell this IN lr S14WL It It a bargain the buUdlNtsaleBeobuM not be put up for thH mosey No I48A farm ol lift acre I tulle beyond Mr Klnney lay well well Improved Is right on pike No t suck barn It boa italli curd on eao tide aud driveway In renUr 2 older bares and 2 tenant bees groom brisk reahn and klich o and all other aeseeeary out wildings BaUelBfsaBdfenctaglB good reoair plan wH wittered dent at bu aud buts pond sprinss re Abam ilO aceee lit erase and the rest In llvatloi Rteet5e69IS NI IWIW sere few about Imle this aide ef Hhilbr City 4 room cottage 2oreboe No good eallar uadsr the kltcken Uowl baru ef 8 stall I crlliM ll iUdlaf aI1 repair sad lblatoparemalwate Tooeprlsgaadgoad- pond oa ptace acre lo llsaotky aid clover mt la woftdlaaa Price f6 see to- Ne 156A 2l8 acre tarm lying e UU river near Crmborckird Abost7eacregtodneultlvalbm and sere is pell bterl fruit lice0 the pgot 2Nery tom dwrnaglhdlntyIlsble sod crib awl vwy pal eaaat bosses buildlDgi are In very good skM but Ibe learns ar lilt TIle pi ra l wir lbT s sever tolling springs Thi lfood tHIlIOIIIIINo Las176 acre tars Dear Iluitn geed dwelling ud l portion of this pl sw could tin sM for tewnlate It Is well wstetnt ai d the fencing and buildings are la ged ceedlitrn Thllw llbte tursas le the eouaty The oil Is rteh awl will product brM see lro111000 No 4TwO story frame dwelling room ball cud veranda loud garden fencing and house good repair For ale or rent Irlcn reassttaMe- No I llmaiMl Ire acres of land In 1110- nIl Nee nary oulbuUdlBas Fendfig good and well WINed Will sell this on easy lernii No 75Se acre ef geoj land six tees two story dwelllar well watered goo lea lpg Is the suliufU ol the wry ot Stankm clos to lirsxled Hhool ant rhurshes Tkls Is a desirable boise Price reasonable No g75 room frame cottage and one are o land In Klrtgsvllle Ky Large barn smoke house All Hilidlngi and leaclng In guod repair Price 710- 0Nolld7acreeofIand cottage of rooms bull tat porrse Jowl kern and other trerearyoutbutl4ings Feuetng anl Imlldlngs lu good repair flee wslerrd a sf lriHlld well it houe etc Ltnd If all level and prmlufea well Voung apple and peach orchard Ibis farm Is ilmul wll irons town Pries 50- aIA 2fO acre farm in Ibe WIonbtng ectlon Lout H miles irons 2 tall stations loMto IIOt omn stores churches ate lays- wlween 2 uuot Rural Free IWlurj tonic by place Four room tog bouie a splendid bUll SIxIS leet boilng and his two good huts watered with never fllleg springs and a run nlelt branch through the p see has good fern log ant outbuilding Prle II Terms euy no llIluu sera firm situated on the Wayms torg and Mt Veruou road abut I mike sad r Waoeoturg 11as a broom cttge etc Thu lice belongs to a gentlemen In California and wlll1I1I beap and on eaiy turns N0115A nice Urge store room and dwelling have eondsdng of several nicely rooms goud hun and lot std all necnaary outbundln s his property Is In good rellrl situated on M ln treat in tight business portion of own This property will be sold of a Ixrgsln and II a splendid opportunity to some one ln4rlng to o In tiuilnrfi r tore aid dwelling bdrg omblnvd will la gnat saving in runt etc No WH acre uf land near Crab Orchard Une vacant lot In Junction City at touthciut rorn r of lucus and llroflon street routing fret on iofun street aid running both on Lucui tnt leer Price SIM cash No 22l Hoiiteud lotonliVenlratill Stan brd Clood garden etc Hvrryttilng goal re- o1lr Price 3MI2W seres ol land I dwellings of rooms sen Large tobacco barn lest lonfoeU to the ml turn la Lincoln county buns Dils properly Isys between good county rood nil 2 turnpikes All the buildings anti voclng are In repair Place Is well watered by loud prlotcmh etc Hplendld tobacco land md vsll of corn to the acre This lace make the owner from 25 to 20 per rent on UinvnnneflL It Is one ol If not tbe cpeapeit lcces of land In Lincoln county If are look- oglorabargain this U Tour chance cheap No I19IOO acre farm touts miles from town uys iplenilldly mostly In cultivation well wither tlete WIlD of lourrooms large born rorerty well fenced etc Price riO per aero No 42 Seven room dwelling gnod cellar and era land Never falliniwellandspring Fencing nd outbuildings place lose to town Will nit a small family CentralKentucky Iteal Estate dcTltle Co tantord Ky raHaear4 ij H TwoPiece Suits I look goal hut whats moro to the point They wear good theyare with a lima in cm The tailor cant t do more than ask more Wo huiltIjive nioro hut wo out to have nioro W B Perkins Cr PRICES I MonV 8VOO baits ItoUucotl to 8 100 Mous 8060 Suits lloducwl to 500 Moils 8760 Suits Hwlucod to 000 Malls 8850 Suite Hwlticwl to TOO Mtoft 8000 Suit Hoducwl to 710rMon 81000 Suite ItmlHcal to 800 Men 81200 Suits Hcilucetl to 1000 Mans 81260 Suits Iteducod to 1100 Mifr 81600 Suits Keduced to 1200 The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM Dry Goods Clothing Shawl lrata and CRIM Ladles nuil GenU IurnUU iiigd Etc the ttore that save you money 4ect Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 21600000 OFFCERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J II OWSLUY tilanfon IL BiuMi Stanford O W OAIITBH Turnvrsrllle W OUUMINS rreaehcrsTllle L 0 Goocn Wajnciburj W II TiiAYLOit Ollocru Creek It L HuiuiLt Lancaster W O WALKCII Stanford J II K06TEH Stanford W II tJHAKK Htnnford J n PAITON Stanford We r s HctfulIy solicit the accounts of Imllrldunls Firms nod Corporations Hanks and llunkirsnnU urn irri mrMl to furnish till deIosllorstlal iiofoiniinxliitloni as lint ionslstcnt with safe luinkliiK Modern MaMy twposlt itoxvn In our vault for usu of our t 1utoUlAra First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 550000 This Institution was Stanfordas the Deposit lank of In 1891 then reorganized as the Natloual Hank of Stanford In 16EJ and again reorganlted as tbe First Natloiful Ilntk of Stanford In 1111 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact log nnslness promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited IKentucK REDUCED ROINSON Officers J 8 HOOKKU Frtst T HAIUIIH V Ires r J J McHODKUTfl Chr W U WKAKENAnst Oho Directors V Reid Danville 8 T nerd Stanford J Uocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney fl Elmoro Stanford 8 U llaugbman Stanford T P lUll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II llauebman Stanford J M Tetlus Stanford 0 It Tate Stanford a Fit Your Boy or Girl For Businessliook- keepligHharthnndTylatwrllingtutu nil the eomllwrclnl brnnnliM taught In the Commorulnl of tho Silo lloiiuejt McmorlitlJHGliool Htudorfts now holding good positions Diploma grmlUfl to those who finish tho coursn Have Ojiolmlf tho cost of getting a business education Heptemhur Is liutnt time to begin Write for particu litreJ0 I KWIH or K II IYIK tamlon Ky r