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IitY Wr t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 17 1900 NO 35 IIA GREAT SUCCESS The Lincoln County Fair Surpasses All Expectations In Show of Stock and Good Management Tho Lincoln County Fair is now a pleasant memory After a three days exhibition of the best class of horse stock over shown In this section of the State the fair came to an end Satur day with tho best roadster ring seen anywhere in years Eight splendid roadsters ull blue tie winners made hot fight fur the 160 premium which was finally landed by Amos owned by M M Wall of Warren county nudI toJnmlil Rot the red tie and Charlie Cecil the white This however was only one of the io Odd hotly contested rings The management of the fair was su pert and unstinted credit to due tho of firers and directors for their untiring and successful labors Tho success of the fair means that the organization will be a permanent ono and the INTRR Ion JOURNAL moves that the temporary organization made permanent Good crowds attended each day that of Sat urday being tho largest The weather won a little threatening that morning else theyd ull havo been here Good order was proserved throughout anllI them was less drunkenness than wo have seen in similarsized crowds InI years Space forbids a mention of all of the good things of the fair and tho little pleasantries attendant but sutHco it to say it was a success far beyond the fondest hopes of tho most sanguine Following is a list of premium winners h No 1 Host mare mule colt under r yearJames Woods premium M R Eu banks certificate 2 horse mule colt under 1 year A U Brown prom J W Williams cert 3 More mule colt your and under T R Walker prem and cert 4 Horse mule one year old and under n James Woods prcm and ert More mule two years old and under l Harris Woods prcm and cert Hone mulo two years old and un der 3 Didnt fill- Ing any ego J T Crenshaw prom Mack Hughes cert 9 Saddle colt under one year old Geo Tucker promJ U Bcazley cert t 9J Filly colt under year W 1 Grimes Jr prom JD ends Son cert 10 Saddle mare or gelding ono year old and under 2 VanArsdale Buster prom C C I Carpenter cert 11 Saddle mare or gelding two year old and under Kdollnr Laws prom Mack Hughe l cert 12 Saddle mans or gdkflng three yuan old and under 4 r Mack Hughes prom H S Scudder curta126 Saddle mare and colt soMOn to John W Holmoa Chester Jewel- J H Ucazley prem J D Bads Sons curt 13 Phaoton pony mare or gjolding any ago IB hands and Under J L McDonald prom Mrs Dot VanAradalo cert 14 Pair harness mares or geldings any agoC I Cecil prom J Co Bailey cert C C Carpenter third 1C Harness stallion three years old and unties 4 J T Crenshaw prom Van Arsdale Buster cert 16 Hnrnods maro or guiding three years old and under 4 C V Cecil prem Van Arsdalo Duster curt 17 Pair of roadsters any ago regard loss of sex color or ownership- C P Cecil prem Bud James cert J T Crenshaw third 18 Combined maro or gelling any age Mack Hughes prem J T Cren shaw curt C T Bohon third 19 Roadster stallion any ago L D Baker prom John Cook cert Bud James third 20 Best jack under one year E P Woods Son prem L G Hubble cert 21 Jack 1 year and under 2J E P Woods Son prom 21J Jack 2 years and under 8 WL Caldwell prem 22 Jack 3 years old and over W H Duddcrur prcm 23 Jack any ago W L Caldwell prom W H Dud derar cort 24 Jennott under 2years B F Powell prem A Hatcher cert 25 Jennett any ago L G Hubble prom W L Cald well cert 26 Mare mule 3 years old andover Will Hester prem Logan Hubble cert 27 horse mule 3 yoarsold and over Will Hosier pram 28 Mule any ago Will Hester pram Logan Hubble cert 29 Pair mules any ago regardless of sex br color Will Hester prem HarrIs Woods curt 30 Harnosss gelding 4 years old and overW B Burton l item J T Crcn shaw cort J C Bailey third 31 Colt either sex under 1 year W P Grimes Jr prem Jan It Bonzloy cert 32 Maro or gelding 1 your old nnd un der 2 C C Carpenter prom Van Arsdale Buster curt 8V Mare or gelding 2 years old and undor a J ft Beaxloy prom Hdcltn Lu cas curt 31 Stallion 1 year old and under 2 a P Carpenter prom ail Colt either sex season to S Oons Sons WoVlleld J It Beazloy prem J D Ends Son cert 36 Fancy turnout single horse deco rations not considered Mack Hughes prem Bud James cort 30 Saddle stallion 3 year old and un der 4 Powell Sandidge prem J T Crenshaw cert 87 Saddlo stallion 4 years old and- over Dodd Sandidge prcm Mack Hughea curt G B Taylor third 38 High acting harness maro or gelding any ago W B Burton prom J H Perkins cert L D Baker third 39 Itoadstcr mare or guiding 3 years old and under 4 C P Cecil prem J H Perkins cert F Reid third 40 Harness stallion 4 years old and overJohn Cook prem L D Baker cert Mack Hughes third 41 Saddle stallion mare or gelding any age Dodd Sandidge pram J T Cren shaw cert Mack Hughes third 42 Harness stallion 2 years old and under 3 Ed McCarty prom Van Arsdalo Buster cert 48 Harness stallion 1 year qld and un dart E P Carpenter pram 41 Harness mare and colt colt at side regardless of breeding J H Bcazlcy prom W V Grimes Jr curt 41 Saddle stallion 2 years old and un der Van Arsdalo Buaterprom Mack Hughoa cart 4G Saddlo mare 4 yoong ohs and over Dodd SantllUgo prom J T Iron draw cort Edelin Lucas third 47 M M Wall prom L C Jamos cort J1 Crunshaw third 31IBTUANO IONIHS 48 Maro or gelding under halterIJohn Owsley Hold prem John Owe toy Raid curt 49 Stallion any age Hugh Hold Foster prcm Henry Baughmaa cert BO Muro and colt John Owaley Reid prcm John Owe lay Held tort 50 Wall trot mate or gelding owned by a Lincoln county man J C Bailey prem Gl Hook away mare or gelding any age tidelln Lucas prom A W Smith tort 52 Pony turnout driven by boy or girl C H Irvine prcm Edelin Lucas curt G2J Boy rider 12 years old and under C L Dudderar prom Dunn San didge cert 53 Walking maro or geldingany agq Sam M Owens prem L P Yon dellcert 63J Fancy turnout single horse no decorationsJ prem Bud James cert 54 Harness mare 4 years old andov er C P Cecil prem Edelin Lucas cert J T Crenshaw third 55 Saddle gelding 4 years old andover C T Bohon prem W M Hughes cert 551 Lady rider Mrs Anna Holtzclaw prom 5G Pair in harness any age regardless of sex color or ownership C P Cecil prem Crenshaw Lucas certtf C Bailey third 57 Combined stallion any age C T Sandidge prem Mack Hughes cert 58 Roadster stallion maro or gelding any age M M Wall prem Bud James cert C P Cecil third William and James Burke of lien derson wero seriously injured In an automobile accident at Detroit Mich NEWS NOTES Mrs Edward Pettus wife of Senator Pettus of Alabama died at Selma Fire destroyed the plant of tho Amer ican Cigar Box Co at Johnson City TennMiss Blanche Collins jumped from tho window of a hospital at Owensboro and was killed The town of Lynnvillc Ky was de stroyed by tire the loss amounting to about 200000 The immigration into tho United States for the fiscal year ended June 20 amounted to 1002054 The eldest son of the Jattt Gen Long street warned for drunken and lie orderly conduct at Atlu The Lexington countepprBprlated 580000 for the State fafr and the fiscal court has set aside 20000 Jar the same purposeKarl Shackluford Ferguson formerly of Louisville committed suicide in Troy N Y lie recently lost 00000 fn business The school census shows that there is not a Negro child in either of the counties of Elliott Jackson Johnson Letcher Martin or Rowan Reports have just been received of floods in Northern Mexico of almost unparalleled severity the damage be ing estimated as In tho neighborhood of 2000000 Gov Beckham and Adjt Gen Law rence determined upon Henderson as the site for the annual encampment of the State guard The camp will be held in August Thomas Kenney of Alton III has gone to Mt Sterling to meet his brother whom he has not seen for 30 years and a sister of whoso existence ho knew nothing until recently Packing houses with brunches in Lox ington were fined under the pure food law for selling bologna sausage contain ing boric acid a preservative and antiseptic Jobbing houses handling the product entered pleas of guilty Anent tho killing of Stanford White by Harry K Thaw and tho subsequent arrest of a wealthy clubman on charges preferred by mothers of young girlsI many people declare that the tlmo is ripe for a wave of reform to sweep over New York- Louisville by a bid of 105000 se cured the permanent site of tho Ken tucky State Fair over Lexington which offered 50000 The vote stood 5 Jo 4 A fair will be held in Louisville this year at either the Louisville Jockey Club grounds or at Douglas Park Clarence Sale of Louisville was appointed sec rotAry of the State Board of Agricul ture Foreaty and Immigration and will act ae secretary of the fair In Memory of Cora Lear Sadness and gloom overshadowedour homo on July 7th when the death an go visited the home of Mr and Mrs J M Lear of Hiatt Rockcastlc county and took from our home my dear sister Cora She was a good Christian girl and was loved by ull who knew Iron She loaves besides father and mother five sisters and four brothers and u host of friends to mourn her death She was stricken in hor youth with that dreaded disease consumption If her voice could again bo heard in her home she would say Father mother meet me in heaven sisters and brothers fol low in my footsteps Her busy hands are folded Her work on earth is done Her trials are all ended Her heavenly crown is won Post her suffering past her pain Cease to weep for tears aro vain Calm the tempest of our breast 1or she who suffered Is at rest SISTER CLARA Bowel Complaint In Children During tho summer months children uro subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural loose noss of tho bowels appears The best medicine In use for bowel complaint Is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Uemcdy as it promptly controls any unnatural looseness of tho bowels For sale by Stanford Drug Co M Ih Sams a prominent farmer liv ing in Estill Cod became angry with a servant and struck the woman over the head with a hatchet Believing that ho had killed her Sams procured a razor and going out in the back yard cut his throat from ear to ear dying instantly Ho was 65 years of ago and leaves a family Twenty Year Battle Sr was a loser In a 20 year battle with ehronlojj piles and malignant sores until I tried Huoklons Aruba Salve which turned tho tide by cur Ing both till not a truce romaine writes A M Bruce of Fannvlllo Va Bost for old Uulcors Cuts Burns und Wounds 25o at Iennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard HUSTONVILLE Miss Sallio Cook is with friends here untilafter the fair W D Rocker of Tyrone spent Sun day with the homefolku Mrs Wm North Sr who was in jured by a fall some weeks ago is im provingMrs Mary Jane Huffman aged 82 is very ill at the home of Mrs Henry CamnitzD Carpenter is buying wheat for Cogar Davis to which firm ho shipped four cars last week The postofTicentHartwollCasoy coun ty has been discontinued Mail will be supplied from Hustonville over the ru fat routes Judge Bailey of Stanford is at the bedside of his sister Mrs Huffman Mr Samuel Hold his brotherinlaw is also vary ill Lost Saturday on the Stanford fair grounds ladys gold locket frosted on one side and engraved on the other Return to this office and get reward Everything is In readiness for the great Hustonville fair and with propitious weather the event will eclipse all previous exhibitions in attendance in entries and in general enjoyment Rev S B Landers subject Sunday morning next is Tho Tragedy of Unbelief Evening Following Afar Off Preaching at McKinney Presbyterian church at 330 Sunday afternoon Prof R S Eubank is back from a visit to several Important cities in the State greatly encouraged in his pros pects for the nomination for superin tendent of public instruction Mrs Rodney Keenon of Frankfort Is the guest of Mrs D J Newburn Rev H M Burk will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning July 29 at 11 oclock This being the fifth Sunday it will be a union meeting and nil congregations of our city are cordially invited to attend A Lost Soul will bo tho subject of the sermon Charles Bohon Jr of Lebanon is with friends here John D White the Crested Jayhawker was hero Saturday en route to Russell and Casey counties in tho Interest of his taco for Congress in the 11th district Dr Carl Wheeler and wife of Lexington have arrived to remain until after tho fair A days outing last week at Olym plan Springs was greatly enjoyed by tho following people somo of whom are homo comers L M Powelland wife W W Lyon and wife Ad Tay lor nnd family G C Lyon and family J W Powell and wife Sam Bell and family D C Allen Mrs M S Jones Mrs Nannie Harper Mrs Claude Pru IttMiss Helen Brown of Denver is the gnest of Miss Anglo Carpenter Mrs Carroll Carpenter of Wichita Kas and daughter Mrs Len Rudolph arc visiting the family of Emmett McCor mack W S Huffman and wife of Lawrenceburg are here June H Reid of Corbin is at the bedside of his fath er H F Walter an extensive horse buyer is hero from Oklahoma A Tragic Finish- A watchmans neglect pornilttid n leak In the great North Soa tlyko which a childs finger could havo stopped to become u ruinous brink doTastaUng an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Melver of Vancoboro Mo permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings Now Discovery Ho writes Three doctors gave mo up tOdtn of lung inflammation caused by ufiog looted cold but Dr Kings NOW Dis covery saved my life Guaranteed lust cough and cold euro at Iennys Drug Storo Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard 50o and 81 Trial bottle freeDontBe Backward Do not hesitate to ask tora free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Livery Tablets Wo are glad to give them to anyone who Is troubled with biliousness constipation or any disorder df the stomach Many have been permanently cured by their use Stanford Drug Co Tho supply of guncotton stored in the the naval magazines and warships along tho Atlantic coast has been found to be of an Inferior quality and will be returned to the torpedo station Stimulation Without Irritation That is the watchword That Is what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does Clcmnses und stimulates the bowels without Irritation in any form Pennys Drug Store When one trust fights another And says it is a thief The poor consuming brother Is apt to get relief Albert OBrien a tax collector killed himself In Patterson N J taaVold arrest for defalcation 1iHemp Knives at y W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY II 1HOSPITAL raTSICIANS SAID IT DELIOOT US TO FIND SOMETHING TO CURE THIS SUffEREB 1EXACT MIL K WIioszSiLoulSroRtrnnoxaIrnNuraDI5A Drill Sin The charity patient In whom I am to much Interested was terintrBrt year old at the time that abe ocean then eof Zemo an l her weurht was IM lb II cr health baa been poor for torn Ume past nfferlDr mainly from aplnal trouble according to diagnosis of tbo doctor In attendance tlbe has been a hard worker all ber life baring made tbe llrlnit for her family keeping boarders Borneo bat orer a year ago eczema began to trouble gradually grew worse and worse until her entire was affected the legs being a mass of aorei con stantl7separatina Theltebingandburning sensation was no dreadful llmelbatltwasimposibleforberlosleepda ot night Tbedocto permlulon rtt a to use y7emuerroomptlyatd It would delightustotnd nomethlna to cure this dear old sufferer Zeroowa not ued on theupper part of the body and soon rellered thepatlentof terrible dli tress caused br tbe Itching and burning Tho doctori bad been dressin- gthelesevery skinwhere ZemolbadbeenueodtheycareoonenttohaveIsuedOn- the Gradually they began to Improve and are now almost an smooth aa It was probabl f about a month before much relief itcbinRburningmlpbtbeelvenbntthepauentthinkethatahehadbatterneLemoA rtratefuttoaimwhohavebeeninstromentalineeoringyonrwondertnl Kospectfnlly MRS MARY PERRY DEWS Nurse in Hospital No 208 N 8th St ECZEMAPIMPLESANa + ZEIYIO +SCI t IA CLEAN LIQUID FOR EXTERNAL PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT TO 1PENNYS Call nnd get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey hack Good for roast turkey barn etc Works on top of stove as well ill oven XJ GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Save Money 1 c By buying your Refrigerators Water Coolers Freezers Screen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George D Hopper Stanfor Ky Atlantic City Cape May and Other Coast Resorts saeaim 1000 UouutlTrip via Chesapeake it Ohio ply THOKSDAY AUG 2 1006 Tickets good 1ft days and permitting stopover at Wnshingtoii Baltimore nud Philadelphia returning Through sleepers and coaches no change of cars Secure space now For full information call on or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky STANfORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARY First term begins MONDAY SKIT a JOG Our faculty u strong equipment fiKtclass surroundings comfortable college work done on college i principles work accepted by the best institutions in tho State rates verytreasonable Dont send oil to school when you have ns good or bettir advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky 1 The Interior Journal C WALTON jEJOHN WHUGHES JJUDGE U candidate to repre Congressional district o to succeed Hon O s O Gilbert subject to the action of the Hem erratic party WILLIAM J PRICE of lloylu county U n candidate IUotrlcrofsent the Congressional Congress to nucciotl lion U Xentuckf11I to nctlon of tho lXn ocrn tic party M F NORTH It n candidate for Roprrmntntlvcof Lincoln county mtijccl to thr action ot the Dvnu pnrtyfTIm CourierJournal thought Curti Jett was o k when ho gave out his confession 1 but since he has repudiate l it the paper has referred to him a As a hopeless A dwarf both morally and mentally a perjurer a murderer- a coward a sneak and a hypocrite is a hideous monster whose semblance to a man must make all honest met ashamed IIWe suspect the great pa per is not far wrong in its latest ding nosis of Jett but before forming our opinion we shall wait until the C Jsthird and last guess as to the real man ner of man ho is NOT very much wisdom is supposed to come out of Kansas but the editorr in the Grasshopper State who wrote this paragraph was wise in his day and generation The best way ii the world to kill off a politician is t ignore him The man who seeks no hisIappear for two months ho will die oC griefTimiE Democrats of the Seventh con gressional district nominated W P I liKlmbhll of Fayette candidate for Con i gress on the first ballot The nomina t tion was made unanimous before the 4announcement of the vote could bet made by the secretary Judge Hill and W P Swopo both withdrawing and pledging their support to the winner Resolutions were adopted indorsing Bryan for the presidency THE Norfolk and Western Railroad has issued a bulletin in the general oft flee against the use of cigarettes b 17 employee upon penalty of instant dis missal Cigarette fiends ahould b i barred from all business of trust W pi have rarely known one that was worthy ofany kind of consideration PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT will keep hands off in the New York State fight with the understanding that he is to b sent tp the United States Senate from politipare angry over term a throw downP- REPARATIONS II t for the reception of W J Bryan on his return to this coun try were made Saturday in New A triumphal procession will march fro the Battery to Central Park with Mr- Bryan at the head A reception will be given at night in Madison Square Garden y WHILE the rich are growing pauperism is on the decline accordin to figures from the census returns In this country the inmates of the almshouses amounted to 132 per 100000 of r population in 1880 117 in 1890 and 101 u in 1903 A bigamist told the ccurt he wild rather goto jail than live with either of his wives With this once greedy fellow it seems to be a case of Which Way I Fly is Hell II POLITICAL State Senator Cammack ofOwenton says he will not run for Lt Governor- R H Tomilson a good Garrard coun ty democrat is being mention for com mitteeman to succeed the late R W MillerJudge W W Jones of Columbia was nominated for appellate judge by the republicans in convention at Hod genvilleNew York democratic politicians say that W R Hearst is gaining ground and has a good chance of winning the race for governor in New York Gov Beckham has acdepted an invi tation to speak at the Elks Fair and Horse Show at Georgetown July 24 and Senator James B McCreary will speak on July 26 The selection of Judge Lewis McI Quown and Hon Granville Roark to be placed In charge of the coming Demo erotic State primary with Col Mott Ayres as secretary of the committee suits us to a t After controling the Republicans in Tennessee for ten years Walter Pre ton Brownlow was dethroned by the faction headed by H Clay Evans Mr Evans was nominated for Governor and I has control of the party machinery t Mayor John F Fitzgerald of Boston says that William J Bryan will be the next Democratic nominee for President withtt lieves the Democrats will win the next presidential election J J L x William J Bryan gave out a state ment in London in which he said that he was still a bimetallist but he did not think the silver question would bean issue in the next presidential cam palStn He said other questions had forged to the front that must be dealt with by the democratic party- t Bourke Cockrart says in his opinion President Roosevelt is the only choice of the Republican party for President He sa s Bryan is now the unanimous choice of the Democratic party for President but that he would not astonished to see a Democrat step fro the New York governorship to tht White House IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Hutchings Sr aged 91 ia dead in Boyle Henry Sigman aged 40 is dead a t Scaffold Cane Rockcastlo county Knox county is building a 15000 annex to the courthouse at Barbourville The Peoples Bank of Science fail will open its doors for business about the 23rd of this m nth M Frank Brinkley for years o drummer died at Jonesboro Ark He lived at Mt Vernon a long time East London Ky will ask to be corporated as n separate township failing to be admitted as a part of London It is said that Frank Ball who escaped from the jail at Richmond was seen at his fathers in Leo county Va At a meeting of the directors of the Garrard Band Trust Co J W El more of Lancaster was elected cashier of the new institution and has accepted the place Judge Moss enteredan order at Wil liamsburg awarding tho offices of Coun ty Judge and Sheriff to R C Brown ing and TV B Croley in conformity with the judgment of the Court of Appeals Browning and Croley were the independent candidates Mr Barrett representing the Na tional Association of Retail Druggists organized a society of the county drug gists President W K Shugars of Brodhead VicePresident Dr W J Childress of Livingston Treasurer J F Watson Brodhead and Secretary Chas C Davis Tho object of the so ciety is to have a uniform price for all drugsMt Vernon Signal HIGHLAND Jordan Floyds child is still very sick oatsYand hay Cook Bros are building a new house for O G Speaks Ella Marie Jittle daughter of Mr and Mrs H F Horton died a few days ago Tim Hutchison sold a good horse to Wallace Walter of Kingsville a few days ago at a good price Miss Fannie Young began her school on Rush Branch pike Monday Miss Ethel Adams will teach the school at Blue Hill Mrs Maggie Terry who was here visiting her mother was called home Tuesday by the illness of her husband at Walton spendingma returned to her home at Springfield Mo Josiah Rigney brother of J K Rigney of Stanford after spending some time in this and Casey counties- visiting relatives returned to his home FgRogers have returned from Miss Ernie Young has returned from Louisville Joe G Reed of Oklahoma after an absence of 15 years or more is here visiting relatives Miss Myrtle Ragan of Barbourville visited Miss Fannie Young last week Here and There Isaac Fuller was overcome by heat at Sharpsburg and died iLightning killed one person andTseil riously Injured four others In Ch1eao The Guatemala forces lost 2000 men killed wounded and taken prisopersjin an attack by the Salvadorean armyvat PlatanarProfessor M I Sitowski of the Uni versity of Cracow has made a discov ery which will render clothes immune against the attacks of clothes moths Three men were burned to death in a fire which resulted from the overturn ing of a lamp in boarding house in Al lentown Pa during a drunken revel A diary found in the pocket of a Negro arrested in Lexington for larceny showed that he had shot three men andc cut one The dates of the encounters were given Rescuers attempting to extricate a Negro who was buried in a well by a cave in placed a rope about his neck and pulled his head off in a small vile lage near Nashville Only 82 Years Old I am only 82 years old and dont expect even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get Electric Bitters II says Mrs E H Brunson of Dublin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dys pepsin torpid liver Inflamed kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown I after taking Electric Bitters a reason able time Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros CrabOr Hard Price Me w 0 Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for tho Kentucky Fairs for 190C as far as reportedLancaster July 183 days Hustonville July 253 days Danville Aug 13days Harr dsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 224 days London Aug 284 days daysmAug Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 4days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 114 days The Sherman rustlaw will get squarely before the United States Su preme Court for the first time since it became a law under the pleading perfected in the case of the alleged Fer tilizer Trust under indictment in the Federal Court in Nashville CHURCH MATTERS The members of the Walnut Flat church are requested to meet at the church next Friday afternoon at 3 o clock Important business W II Higgins Quick reliefsurjferers Fotoys Honey and Tar uITords lair mednto relief to asthma sufferers In tho worst stages and If taken in time will effect a cure Pennys Drug Store MATRIMONIAL George Patterson and Miss Cordeli Taylor of Mercer drove to Perryvill and were made one d Attorney General 1fell and broke a rib while at Mayfield to fill m speaking engagement The closing speeches are being made in the Hargis trial at Bcattyville It looks like Judge W S Pryor is going to run for governor Barney Laughton 16 suicided at Irvine FARM FOR SALE Having obvert to Ullierti Creek I detlnto hell my farm of Itu acres on the Htnnfon d Crab orchard pike 3 mile front Crab Orchard Parirt U well Improved with cone AllIIIlootcover the plnco can nil on Mr unionwho lives on the furl n J HM1TH flllbertyreek Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Oweley Building i2U- ULexington KentuckyT- O Old Point Comfort and Return onclayJullimit good for stopovers in the moun tains fJf W 1 H L3t W HIT EnS I 11tI 5 OURITY GUARANTEED Jlussell Springs Ky Juno 606 Whites Concentrated Water tL Salts Co Crab Orchard Ky GENTIEMEN I File like it was a Beauty of mien to tell you that your Medisous Eaquel is yet to be Die severed and caver body that bought one and give it a fair tryal has 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 fuchcr Let mo tell you what a Idle told me the other lay and he was a Preacher beside after trying a bottle of this Watter and utter spending all1e could get for Dr Bills told mo that he could not afford to he without itand allso said that he would not earn to tell such Medeon as that and ask me if I would give him half of the Proflit XXX if he would furnish the Rig und go throw th6 Countrary selling it and told him I did not know a bout that if my letter is of auygood to you nee it anywhere you want to LEO V BUHCUETT PARK HAIR BALSAM tnoK and maUlI th ball lromolrf a luxuriant 1I1- hNur Tape la Utorto orn hair to 1U YouthfulColorCum mp c na llcnt nnintki Desirable Horne For Sale wIsh to sell privately my homo on Lno rnitur Avcniiv The rvuhlpnrc U n two stury frame iHilldliiit of tpviii rooms cud U In eletltlhlnqudr The outhouscinrv nuwnii ronvenliiit Thu lot contain IJi acre of laud nerd lays well lormiolher dwelling Onll on me for further particulars W K WAItNKU Htnnfonl Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran He Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dvnlcr In and Manufacturer ot Granite Monuments Marble United Letter n Hwclnlty OtTIco nml work Wnyneiuurff Ky It l llulgett Agt NOTICE li f r hntb two Inrtie toiirooiu fur inls t Orlando Hocknutte county one of them t the th iiSyfo with two stile room mur s ino worth of geurnll imrchMiullm thus town lots contnlnlni about t norv one gad wnreliottto lUJxt l cottngsIIOMeeAnnual wdrsgrnrnilonrchandleISdte tu JSIIHI n yeur Over n million feet nl whlteoukluptnri clu tnul and pllie tlin tier Alto nlNiutaiMU fret ul poplar vtlilli onk chiHtmit and pint luintxT on sticks Haut live odlre from nillrondtwoMtw mill jn t movliiK Into the ulxive boundary ul timber Write fir further particulars J A VCXU Orlando Ky Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We nre prepared to writ Iniurnnc Life Accident Fire or Tornado the And Unit Fode None 1I11ln but the of brstlcontfwnt- ea repretented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Have n talk with u before nlnclng your In lurance ot renewing old poflclv List your property with ut and we salt U for you charging you only a nosh per cent POSTED We whose name appear below strictly turbid hunting Hthlng or any kind of Ire panlng on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Mar Itetchenbacb Bro Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOrnenlga Fred VonAllman Fred Uaumann Alfred Simpson Decree Holme Mln Mattle H hews K Relchenbaeh Charley Oummlni Jot Ballot A 0 Dunn M Holmes W E Anon W R Daugherty M J Hoffman U D Elmore Peter W barter J Nevln Outer Mrs M Dayden Welch A II Root J E Bruce w F Bhomakir- Tbornai Ferrill Oreen Kerrlll F J Conn John B Gamenlich Sam TrowbrldRe Ieter llalmer- Oharlbi Enulln Frank Cordler John Meier Samuel Ltndier Jacob Qacder Mrs Alice Ltle- Oavld Stephens Mary Hoffmann L Nnnnelley J W lUugbman- Cdrlitena Orayion J 0 Carpenter Jacob Jtsswetn Sam Uamcron Mr Mj Aiblock Fred Hamlorf 1 1WeIDRUG STORE 1 1VVantsJ 1 would be a pleasure to g9t IIt letter with acquainted you I I StaifordDrUjCo I Succeffior AV N 1 atlttttsrltarrr V R HECK b CmlgI HEN Y- WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR o N L y 150 Few people In the United States bave not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic in all thIng fair In all thing clean In all thIngs It la essentially a family paper 07 special arrangement we art enabled to offer the WEEKLY COUBIERODRNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the combination tootnot to tbe CeurlerJoaroal gppis TIE Ffllft tI alar Will call for wearing apparel f combining both Style and Comfort 1 We have made a special effort to be in condi tion to do this How well we have suc ceeded can be seen by letting us show YOU our TwoPiece Double Breasted Long Coat Suits A Panama or Porto Rican Hat a Patent Low 4 Shoe with gauze Hose a Soft Shirt with collar attached or White Pleated Shirt with cuffs attached with Shepherd Plaid or Blue Polka Dot Tie Black or Tan Belt and you I are dressed in perfect taste and comfort tlrlallr rr t 1 H J AtcROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKYi Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores ot the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combinedt I with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the f them clear and healthy so natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the Poresall the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles round them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately diuppaar nc nothing but the natural glow of health FREE If you call at our store we will gladly give free a generous sample of the cream and a youtof the famous book J Tnatm m Fdl PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFOHI KENTITK Y i i rrII RubberOQOQOOQQ Rubber p 1 Not rubber neck but KUBEHOID the best roofing made for the money will last longer than any ready roofing on the 1 market A trial will convince Investigate I Is H idgeISTANFORD Tinner anti Plumber I I rtasai tssttlllatIrtrtarlaosa r Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 years Has DepartnlenbiAcademic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influence wholesome Write for Catalogue JtC LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDON KY 1 I tWe Will Continue to Sell t j aliliu lolWing prices until the lots are closed out a LUTIIK fnt color 310 Calicoes bent ut fie Heavy Brown Tustin file Zephyr Ginglmina tic 124o Lamm 9e ltkiIalwnslee Few eizes in ChiMntns Slippers CO- cWnth Suits at hnlf price SOofJ off price Crepo do Chance 89c ITDRUCIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Penny Drug Store PERSONALS e SAM LBVITAN is visiting his sister III l nooton Iml ln JOHN BUCK of Louisville Is with WB parents MIH MARY POUTMAN of Iwisvillc t Js with the Misses Gentry MiSfl LINDA TucKBti of Tnylonville Is with bin E II Boatloy Mil W 11 JoiiNfON came over rom Vllmore to the fuir Saturday 1Hav S M IOOAN and son George hero Fridayre wore J II AICOKN a guard at the Lake land Asylum was here Friday MRS J F HOUIAM Is with Mrs W- MAlOn Morris at Crab Orchard MR ALP SHELBY of Louisiana Is visiting tho homefolks at Arcadia Mess PBARI SMITHEII of Vcrsalllei was the Ruoat of Miss Alice Bcarlcy EDWARD CoorBH come up from Louisville to attend tho fair Saturday lilts Vic OWUNS of taewood W Va Is with Mr and Mrs W I Her lT MM W 0 MATSON and little mn of Lebanon are guests of Mrs Joo S Wee MR AND MRS Eo T BUA7LEY Harrcxlsburjr attended the fair lut week I MRS J D DVKBS and children arc at Crab Orchard Springs nichmoni I Register Ai BUCK WADDLE of Somerset was the guest of lIon J M Alvcrsoi during tho fairf Cou D W TRI lIIr of Richmond silent several days with his sister Mrs IV P Nunnelley MRS F P WOODS and little Mar- garett Allen are spending tfie week at Dripping Springs Miss VIRGINIA WARREN of Middles hero is with Miss Lucille Cooper another friends here MRS SAHRA McCLUnn who has beer here for several days returned to Crab Orchard yesterday MRs J A MITCHELL and children of Bowling Green are visiting Mrs K 11 Crow and family EDITOR W Owns McINTYRE of the Danville Herald was hero Friday In tiio interest of his paper MISS HflflsiK YANTIS returned to In dlanapolls with her mother Sunday and r t r will spend sometime there HANDSOME Miss MARGUERITE SAL of Mrs W Ma + LEE is now the guest eon Morris at Crab Orchard MRS S M DUNCAN and children of Dallas Texas are with her parents Mr and Mrs T D Newland TilE Current Events Club will meet with Mrs William Severance next Thursday 19th at 3 oclock r MR LEWIS LvBURNSiiE formerly of Lancaster but now a Louisville pharmacist was at the fair Friday t E A WHITE who has been residing nt Winton Place 0 a number of years orders his paper changed to Wilmorc MRS FRANK WILKINSON who spent fair week with Mrs Ed Wilkinson re turned to her homo at Burgln Sunday MR W ALEX BEAZLEY formerly of Crab Orchard is n candidate for mayor of Lancaster He would make a good one MARSHALL REYNOLDS of Garland Ark is with relatives at his old home at Wnyncsburg He attended tho fair SaturdayMiss EPPERSON and brother Robert Epperson of Columbia are guests of Miss Floren o Carter near MgCcrmacksw SPOONAMORE the charming daughter of Mr anti Mrs S will entertain at herM Spoonamoro Hubble her home Mapleavenue this evening JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer was mingling with the fair crowd Fri day Tho judge who Is ono of the boat hand shakers in Kentucky has lots of friends and supporters In Lincoln HUBERT VnEELAND candidate for Secretary of State was shaking hands with the dear people hero Friday He waS accompanied by Representative J W Claybrook of Springfield who will be his assistant if elected I Tins OFFICE had a pleasant call Fri M BosHenry day from Treasurer Senator Jand worth of Frankfort W Newman of Woodford The for met gentleman is n candidate for Auditor and tho latter for Commis sioner of Agriculture 1 R G WILLIAMS of Somerset attended the fair Miss GEOROIA LEWIS visited her brother In Covington GEO RIFFS of McKinney is threatened with typhoid fever Muss MARIETTA WALLACE is visiting relatives at New Albany Ind TUB aged Mr Samuel Reid Is critical ly III of flux nt his homo In the West land MRS ELIZA PORTMAN came over from Lexington to attend the burial of little Bessie Leo Fenzel MHLVIN FIELD who has been with the family of J Carroll Bailey will return to Lexington today MESSRS II C ANDERSON of lion Kong China and G W Anderson o Ix ul vllle are with the family of Col W II Duddorar liON LILLARD CARTER of Lawrence burg candidate for attorney general was hero Saturday mingling with tfle fair crowd nnd incidentally Jircsentini his claims LOCALS KEEP n close watch for tho air IIhlp on July 26 2C 27 at tho Hustonvill fair Nw red polka dot lawns and swiss on tho bargain table this week Sever anco Son MR JOIN BRIGHT reJhas a gold pen ho has been using almost constant ly since 1853 TUB L N lrum another 176 roundtrip excursion to Louisville from this place Aug 5 A WASHINGTON dispatch says that Wm M Meeks has been appointed postmaster at Kingsvillo NOTICE Your school tax is due Settle at First National Bank with W IL Wearcn before penalty goes on L R Hughes treasurer JOHN DURHAM agedfather oC lien W Durham of Junction City Is dead there at an advanced nge Rot ert Evans also of Junction City die Sunday JUDGE Goocn Is making one of the best jwlice judgos Somerset ever had Somerset Mountaineer The judge It a Lincoln county product and that tells the tale A noon crowd from Stanford will at tend the Lancaster fair which begin tomorrow Wednesday and lasts until Friday Some splendid show stock will be sent from this county Tim wife of Judge L W Bethurum of Rockcastle is dead at Mt Vernon of Brights disease She was n grand daughter of J J Williams deceased who lived hero n number of years agoI PROF E L Gnuiuis who Is teaching nt Milledgovllle writes that ho received his Juno State certificate July 10 which shows a general average of J5 He got 100 in Grammar Civil Government Phlysiology nnd Theory nnd Practice GRIMES Miss Pauline died at tho homo of her sister Mrs J Car ver Jones In Kansas City yesterday Tho remains will arrive hero Wednes day and at 330 in tho afternoon Rev Gilbert Glass will conduct funeral services at the homo of her brother Mr W P Grimes Heart troublo caused nibs Grimes death BESSIE LEE fivemonths old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Fenzeldied Sunday morning after n protracted ill leas and was buried in Buffalo Cemetery yesterday morning after a prayer at the grave by Eld L M Omer She was n beautiful child and her parents are almost crushed by her taking away May Ho Who docth all things well com fort them in this dark hour Tim Hustonvillo Fair beginning Wednesday of next week promises toe a splendid exhibition of horse stock and if good crowds do not attend it will bo the first time in tho history of the association A liberal premium list has been arranged Including n 75 road ster ring a 75 ring for saddle stallion mare or gelding and n dozen or more rings with premiums ranging from g25- 50 We predict it will be n great fair and that people by tho thousand will flock to that hospitable town Wed nesday Thursday and Friday of next week You had better join the proces elon Did You Come to our enlo Those who did enjoyed the feast of bargains We sold lots of goods but have soma desirable things loft We will continue to offer nil Sunmior goods at reduced prices Many good things in REMNANTS left 15 RAIN COATS t week 9 good I style good cloth Severance Son TAKE n look at the5 dl0c glass warp at Mrs W S Jones restaurant r MONBY Jury Commissioner W 0 I Walker fells us that tho money has are rived for tho June tern I08T diamond shape gold stickpin Ulack onamol with gold Greek let tars Return to this office FOR RUNT Tho storeroom on Lan caster ptreet just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office THERE are two vacancies to be filled highrApply to T D Raney secy WE will be pleased to have all our old customers let us do their carriage re pairing and horseshoeing Our shop Is back of depot Me Bee Son FREIGHT No 30 jumped the trackat Gravel Switch Sunday ditching 12 earn Brakeman Stewart was the only perron hurt and his injuries are not considered serious The engine and tender did not leave the track A MASS MEETING will be held at the courthouse at Lancaster next court day for the purpose of indorsing the of ficial career and candidacy of Hon James B McCreary for United States Senator The meeting is called by W G Gooch chairman of tho Democratic County Committee TILE young men of Stanford gave a delightful fair hop Friday night for the entertainment of the fair visitors Storms Military Orchestra furnished the music The crowd was one of the largest ever seen In the opera house and tho light fantastic was tripped till early morn Saturday MRS REUBEN WILLIAMS died of flux at her home at McKinney late yester day afternoon She is survived her husband and one son We were unable burIber of years and the many friends she made will learn of her death with deep regret TilE rig in which Misses Sam Baugh man and Edna Mason and Richard Wil liams were riding Fnday evening broke causing the horse to run off and throw ing Miss Mason nnd Mr Williams out Miss Sara held on till tho vehicle struck a telephone pole which tore a couple of wheels off breaking them into smithereens Strange to say none of the occupants were injured THERE are 150 or more guests atprab Orchard Springs and it is about as jolly n crowd as ever gathered together The faro is splendid this year the mu everythlngithe most delightful in tho history of the grand old Summer Resort Spend a week or so there and you will return home feeling much the better by it A FRIEND who probably has an un usually large curiosity bump writes to lollowIingprinting tko number of subscribers you have to your good paperT Certainly we have no objection The INTERIOR JOURNALS subscription list is open to the world and on It will be found sub scribers numbering over 3000 or to be exact 3043 ROUTT After a short Illness of ty phoid fever Mr William H Routt eldest son of Mr and Mrs Walker Routt of the Peytons Well section died Sunday afternoon at their home Mr Routt had been doing overseers work for a contractor firm at Long- view Ala and only returned home a couple of weeks ago with the dread disease in his system lie gradually nUlhopot4 oclock afternoon his spirit took its flight from whence it came surrounded by loving parents brothers and sisters Mr Routt was n hardworking honorable citizen nnd a staunch democrat and will bo sadly missed by those who know him best- Ir Routt was about 43 years of ago and unmarried The remains were terred in Hustonville Cemetery at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon after short services at tho grave by Rev S B Lander gI STILL have on hand cabbage arid cel ery plants J W Brockett Stanford FOR SALE New cabbage peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard CONGRESSMAN D C EDWARDS will speak at Liberty Saturday afternoon next at 2 oclock OLYMPIAN SPRINGS is now open for the treatment of rheumatism nervousness indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F M Sims propr Tim tax beak are ready Come in and get your receipt The penalty goes on a month earlier this year than heretofore the last legislature having made Oct 1 the day T J Hill Sher iff IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do tho work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan lord and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thomp son Kingsville Tho Fox Logan livery barn was purchased by Monte Fox for 12605 Danville Advocate John Inman teller of tho Farmers Bank of Somerset dropped dead there yesterday PUBLIC SALE I OnTUKSDAY JITIY8I llOfl I nx iocr terror the lJonrd of will olTfr nt public Wilt to the and twit Milder the HuMonvlllo public kcbool building and grounds on Htnnfonl pike ronUilnlntf Heron more or teaa TIlt Imlldlni U a good brick tructun stud could cushy tar made n rvildonct without n Krtnt drill of edit Hale will take pine nt 2ta0 i x JC llAllKKllHooretury PUBLIC SALE If not sold privately I will on Wednesday Aug 1506 nt last 1101011 thetlrvstdw aot JUN TION OITV for auto The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property fRclorshlllllllnjlnjmco our 25horM pnitln one hone powor lUillrr lull cqulpimnt of Tun nlni nmchlnorv with rnimulty of ISjUn Inns 1II11S3Iollnlllot U well lociitttl on the L A N mllroml dllotThtkind of mnmitmturliiK rutcrprHCor would imiUt1 n oiipltul plats fur rflinndltng totmc ro Kor further Infornintlon rail on or nil bees Shelby Mfg Canning lAH IL HIIKL1IT CoI ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHIEQUIPPED AUTOMATIC I ELECTRIC ill BLOCK SIGNALS 11 eND SOUTHERN RAILWAY rnoir t CINCINNATI- TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South l Southeast and Seuthwest HOUESEEKERS TICKETS FIRST THUD SALEI POINTS Fa JlIlormat and Rain Add C KJNO C P 4 T A 111 E MaIn St Lesinctoa x W A OARRETT Oesual Maws- ak G RINEAIlSON O P A- nI 0 Will Go Free a 3 We will continue to givo with purchases of 8283 itnd 88 the beautiful Glassware This wns intended for the Pale but it caiuo in too late Come and take advantage of this liberal offer 1 L t ii I Buy Your Outfits f6 the Various Fairs of CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD h Attention I 4 The Fair is over now but just keep the excitement up a little toIwe are stilloffering I8Acat per 2Jc Suitings nt 19c per yard 25c yard wido Batiste at lOc per yard 35c Silk Organdies at 20c per yard BOc Mulls and Suitings nt 39c 8100 White Oxfords at 89e per pair SlGO White Oxfords at 8110 per pair 150 Gray Oxfords at 119 per pair 8250 Gun Metal Oxfords nt 82 15 per pair 350 Gun Metal Oxfords at 298 per pair SlOO Childrens White Oxtords at 75c per pair 8150 White Parasols at 813J each 8200 White Parasols at 8109 each 8300 White Parasols at 8249 each 8350 White Parasols nt 275 each 8500 White Parasols at 8 100 each t t L M HUBY CO IDy Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent WareI Opera House Block Opposite Court House t STANFORD KENTUCKY The Interior Journal filtered in the Post Office at Stanford at emd clan mater- Dl1LlanED rrOEftUAVs AND FHIOAV At 11S100 PER YEAR CASH t JHTWhen not so paid UOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney riorniETOR Idvory Food and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Borses well icd and cared for Up tc date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE EUSSB k CLABKSON Prcn li JUNCTION CITY KY lnt01ass Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Ii Special Attention to Traveling Men and Ray F- orINSURANCE SIn Life and ItFire nt Nouelut the STUCCO KST and stble JFaTRate Gunrnntwxl boss rnytngalteo rdUnequallocl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Reildocco Phone Non 35 Farm Mules For- Sale t All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on int B G Fox Livery Feed ft Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter I livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KT- fbcclal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage It solicited Horsoi on commimlon Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms Fqr Sale I wish to suit privately my fnrm of aerea5 mile Weal of on the Ington It U well improved nnd hat Ienty of water nnd timber fenced and buildings In good repair of 100 ncrei Zling Alto ruldwvy nn between Lancaster and RV Wel- Lx i Oood outlet2ngton pikes TlIUhnlOnero Terms reusonnme r i Xarksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You when ther- grade1readymmiladeiulteand e apaultmadegt nn experiencedsour tollorT IhnvorvUnndtomoltneMprlnK Bummer goods I can n prlco the finest dress suit Also eyercoatantron nnd vests Tilt t aompnny I repre ent Is one of the best H o RUPLEY the Tailor JJar l Traylor Diltha IHlskn Branflu Wines Bfmr Gloars Etc 6loee0 Depot Houn STANFORD KY r roinrt and atttntlon Nothing llhl be tlterapt order tcilvM Wnk MalUphon cr wneptattintlon 1lCc exa99 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnriuS3Saddler7 Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Home Phone 83 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm em Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRuga They Villexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANfORD KENTUCKY h l 1 iqH1a14 + i One on Col Chinn Will J Lompton the well known writer and newspaper correspondent of New York who has attracted n great deal of attention by his many funny verses is out in a skit of Col Jack Chinn who recently vanquished an opponent in Harrodsburg by using an umbrella It runs as follows Hit him agm Colonel Chinn lilt him aKin Ilit him in the smeller With your cotton umbereller And show the folks of old Kentuck That youre the sort of feller Who doesnt have to pull his gun When warlike action must bo done Hit him agin Colonel Chinn Hit him agin And change the face of nature for Kentuckians who think that war No victors brow with bay environs Unless he win with shooting irons Up with the umbrella Down with the the gunl Let the change proceed Until it be dope Hit him ngin Colonel Chinn Hit him agin Its a strike for progress And youre bound to win Hit him agin- FARMERS DEPARTMENT Rams Horn won the Brighton Handi cap with First Mason second and To kolon third Forest Stapp of Garrard sold to Dr Walls of Woodford at the fairgrounds Friday a marc for 600 J M R G Pettus refused 1000 for their magnificent Naboth stallion at the fair grounds Saturday- S Dunbar of Hedgeville made an average of 40 bushels of wheat per acre on 13 acres L P Yandell averaged 52 bushelsDanville Herald DANVILLE COURTA small crowd attended Danville court yesterday and very little business was transacted There were very few cattle on the mar ket and little demand for them Horses and mules were wanted at high prices After more than 40 years the Confederate soldiers in Gen John H Mor gans command who surrendered to Gen E H Hobson of the Union army at Mt Sterling in May 1865 are receiving pay for their horses taken from them at that time Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim tho famous gun in vector placed his gun before a com mltteo of judges he stated its earring power to bn much below what he felt sure the gun would accomplish The result of trial was therefore a great surprise instead of disappoint ment It is the same with the maim 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 the statements What they do claim Is that it Arill positively cure diarrhoea dysentery pains in the stomach and bowels anti has never been known to fall For sale by Stanford Drug Co The State Board of Agriculture For estry and Immigration will meet Fri day in Louisville to settle on plans for holding a State Fair this fall The fair will probably be held this year at one of the racing parks 9 Saved His comrades Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Elgin 111 was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition II says Mr J K Houghland of Kldon Iowa I gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved his life I have boon engaged for 10 years In Immigration work and conducted many parties to the south and west I always carry this remedy and have used It successfully on many occasions Sold by Stanford Drug Co w Miss Lola Walker who is suing Col Dick Edwards for breach of promise at Union City Tenn testified that she would have killed Edwards had he ac cepted her invitation to visit her ia St Louis War Against Consumption- All nations are endeavoring to check the ravage of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foloys Honey und Tar euros coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not riskyourhoalth by taking sonic unknown preparation when Foloys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results rho genuine is In a yellow paikaso Ponnyts Drug Store Three persons were iled at a grade crossing in New York poslItreatment is simple and pleasant and- we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of p this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny ruggist Stanford KyV N W iit dNllCeeM hr1Iw Was In Poor Health For Years Ira Vt Kelloy of Mansfield Pn writes I was in OOI health for two years suffering from kidney andblad der trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicians ylthou obtaining any marked benefit butwas cured by Foloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that It may bo tho cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes Pen viys Drug Stem A jug of water from the Mississippi river was scaled and sentto London t bo used in the christening of tho little Duke of Manchester A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with spring trout a torpid liver and blockaded bowols unless you awaken thom to their proper action with Dr Kings New Lfo Pills the ploasantest and most effective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and tone up the system 2So at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard For Sale Privately My bouse and 10 acres ofland situated suet outilcle of town limits on the Somerset pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and ser fant9 room good collar stable and all oecesiary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for took JP BAILEY Residence ForSale I Hitting locatedpcrmniumtly In Mt Htrr Hug olTr for sale nt II nln my Ilh Mnible resliltmce oil Iluitonvllle In Htnn ford Ky For purllculnra write mu nt Mt Hterllns Ky or sew W Hrlght ut the Lincoln County NiUloimUnnk JOU 1 JOSHH Central Kontuoky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO tio r lNlc room cotlige sod I acr of land located atom I mile from Shelbr City The bowie alone cost two We will sell ibis place for f No 20960 acre 34 mil Irura Junction City Zilorrf roamfrtiucdvclllng good barn rrlb uicie tie All la repair Deluding fencing U iicr aIngrew and28 sans In culuti lion uood orrpini oI reebfluml apple tic A splendid gra In one 7eu 1Uc close to Khool cnurrbM and well watered mtdkaltd well at hOluo amt stock well at barn ec ITIct ftjw Hour and OrUt Mill Anderson county Ky 35 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago fHcam and water power the latter 8 months of tbe year It Is an up todate roller mill with burn for corn and meal bolt The engine Is of 7 years rum acre with the mill Including what with the house of 5 room All for I8J50 or 13 500 for the mill and 14 acres One half cash llaa floe trade No mill In 10 alle No mA farm of 212 San A bin j ome tmol ere 2 wrt brick rdlilince nicely luinltheil anil an la due In every partleuar htore room on properIclow e ol the nicest In Lincoln county 11114 barn the pun fa well watered and per well not a tut on It Tb re only about 20 acre In culilimlun sad reel In grass 1lrnl of fruit tree Tbl U an Ideal bowie sad I ii lendld Una trite esan onaUe No ISIA arm of ace one and onob1f miles north of HuiimTlll on the Itanfllle pike Two 11017 frame veiling xren rooms veranda hail etc nAIl young orcntnl bwrln ail kind ol trust well watered never falling iTlBgitc All bulb bug and fence are In gout repair nll fann lultuated in the bet tenon of Unculn county ad U an Ideal home SpleodM In bouie Nun nod nil other Dtco iirjr outtwllJlngs No 1ISA farm of asJ acrw iltuateil tboutiT miles Irvin Slantoid and i miles from Lcb Oraka d on the waters of U tar reek Toe lareli rut In alwtft field sod can Ui idltld l About xi- stern i In cultivation limber luBWcnt lo keep u plate Rt and onvhtll story frame dwelling uroouii balk lorsfanetr Two good Ste boutu hum gran ry corn crib etc flue It well water n 110 good Hitereaat the door running ttrwio lUlu All bulldiageIn1oodshsleeiiw- iseebarolwueingfair MT No 7f150 tent of land near JuDcttenCUjealln wteo ldt 26 acm In cultlUIIolrlln grew a ale orebard n1 00 rl bar rsln Kentucky Irtr sold l000undol goalfiueeroom fraro dwelling good barn cribs etc all in Idrepair t60 No 6Two torT Cram dwelling of liE rooui two balls Tranda well at door and all other necessary outbuildings Alto large black iultb hopCOtiO nuiiluili lull length of shop sod reetwide Tula property will he 11al a very low price No 121Two house and loll iltuated In Crab i Jrcbard with Ilx sad ooe half acre ol land at tithed Hotb sre frame c otiage one contlttlnz ofSandlbeotberol S Haws Stable two good spring rte The buildings ate new and leering Is ordinary Tao good garden and DIicrea la M ru Will tell each plate lepiraMy or u a whole Pus on tbe properly at a whole No M acm of land In the town lliult of Rowland about 36 acres bottom land and 63 ecru in woodland Thep aox li well fenced and watered water wo ki well and cistern story frame imldlng 3 rooms ball veranda bark poich son met khcnlD and cellar Uood barn sod oilier necessary outbclldlng Including crib raoerjolc In good resdr fencing In nnt class trder all wire ferce Toll U a Ixaullfu places dtilrablo home elate tutown sod will tell cheap ano on cur terns No iS A farm of uliout acres on one of the- beet turnpike in the countT A huniltuiu two 1010r1 fnidie dwelling nod one cf the lnt r rind- Lest barn In the eruct Thl plac It well mterrd nud errrylhlng flout It Inrluluc roe li In repair In n good cvwinualt- yclosetoacbuelnsndblaot5I minute drive Iron Stanford ibis a trey derlrnbl tome 1rlce lWl No 0230 acre farm mile of Crab Orchard Ky Hrlck dwelling Brooms two tenant house- Iwo bun well and spring near dwelling Farm In Ighitate of culllraUon acres river bottom- land good fencing fruit etc Price 11004 an ere No JA nln fare at Highland Ks will Improv el well watered etc Price trop- vr2eaactoflanlonJamestown roil south ofIunnvllle too acres In cultivation about ri acres timber rest In grass A large new Irame Ing also an old dwelling on plan A new hero and wo ell ones It k well watered and the fencing good On public road 1rlce faooo MlssuslpptTherepprtunltles for profitable Investment as the Mlsso Delta which Is now fitly described as Pros rerllValley The timber la lemming more valu able time for the reason that lumber people rom the North where the IUply Ilmbr I rast mlnlshlngi are constantly Increasing their pur chuel of timber lanJs In tits South When the ber e Is rerjQveJ the land Is unequaled for agrlcullu ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the rtorwfllcrow any other kind of crop raised In he temperate one The sollneeJsnoferlllliersand Rives I yield whkhcannolb excelled tulr kw- the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm a anJ Umber lands at present prices Is making an VMlmtnl that lit will never term This land Is lvlledInto tracts ranging from 40 ores to the Iraa to 17000 acres to the tract and prices rom per acre to per ore according to location etc ware authorized by the company who owns three lands state that as other parties are consljertng the rchase of these tams that we otter tracts sub sale withdrawal from market or changefertt0prior notice However when notlttda tnoulthror IJlculul S y 2 EL countyKyto dAte every particular and good dwell Bf with Improvement 20 acres of One and close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 No 131 Cottage In LaccuUr feet front and feel All nectsjtry outbuildings txrvp barn Ererythlig li now anil In good shape Cut tage contain room ball veranda back porch and basement Clote to school churches tic Price 120000 No 70Teo acres of land two itory front rot tag seven room hall etc louse It new a good orchard acre tenclai llintfTTnyrPi buggy bouse intake house eta A good well ptw lb It alto a goof mill oa the place a g od crusher in will It la run by net Ural power which It a great e oneaiy and the data It In good repair Will tell the property at a low agure or leee 11 24 Frame hotel large rooms double reran 0du hallway Ktc A tart t story ilorrrooc fronllnqaireet30feet from hotels up state suits ble for uw lug 2 nice cottage nicely lurnltbed Alergegarden Vacant lot adjoining M feet front by 210 eet deep All of thlt property It In London Ky money1bprlelorhasrefusedtorent month ln account of ill health ofhIwlh onl reason for lIIbllllroprlelor dtlrt to eiehtnf for funs In io711A small farm of acret of good land located close to town Irlc fJiSO No 31DO Irea of land one DlUa from Somerset KycutinsevenSculL orI1 acre In cuittra tlon 40 lID patture b dace In timber Dwell ng cuntalni rooius Large barn and all ttsaryoutbulldicgs Fenenand buildings In rtnd repair Wll watered IRIro ftouNo M IWacreaof land In Ford county Kat Hz miles from railroad aduy tallet from Arkantai river Stfeoty acret le rlter bottom It flntolasslandandlnirus This land It fer sie exchange 313 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about M acres cultivated about US In timber and grace abd about ISO In grass Timber on place 1s oils to li Inches but will make bend timber thing lee Uee and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice urea A large part Is feno od There are four dwelling of rooms each and one store of two stories with roots above has wells and springs ot water Is In 2 miles of county eat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for JJrOi Onehall each No M7 Abaul acres of land t from Crab Orchark on Ijncatltr plk A good dwell ing well and all neceoary iiilblldlngt lace li ngnionplk This lit good bom and a cheap place The owner of thu properly lIyat lender ton Ky ant has toads up bis la sell this place rrwrtlng mineral water tight on glen It tan be bought at a bargtln be ut lor a price KyFrameoutbuildings allfftllD cultivation rtt In Urn her Well watered yards front poslottlaseboot and ehurch lays well on Ilke and In goad coat woolly rrlceWSO QuOI100IJlola on dace UwlJcnra 8 rooms lye story log weatbertioirded liood barn About acre IntultlTsUon llulldlngs In modrn ahala udfencing gnu loud timber Well at house tprlcgt all over place and 2 creeks running through it WIIlI the plod u I whole for tllOto on easy ttmt or will dirlJe plan to cult purchasers No 2IS A nice IIll1a 8 loom eotlat All neon ttry outbulMlngt and a good garden About tulle from Stanlord This a cheap plan Trie few cab No 17911ff farm In tells ol thll I awry 8 tones dwelling tlor house rack bruise well house crib tic All the bulldlogt and fencing are la fair ton 1lt1oo liloOd apple ondant stout M acre In cultltatlon rut In g d Nwber watered by a serer tailing well and waters ol South tDtk lilreliJOO No lUAf rwof acre about miles from 8fflondwelling aid a large barn lit property It on s splendid pike dot lo chol tie 1 IH per acre No 7010 acre of land twottory Iront cottage rooms ball etc new a good garden sod tplendld orchard of one oaf oDe halt aertt fencing good Iwa stable buggy house woks house etc A guod will on Iu There tutees a Itiand t4 hilt is to splendId Thl property It tliuatrd loooeottbe feet fuming dblrlett ol the county about niilea from Stanford there It atwatureadf ula for Iba flour aad meal canon III ground Wewalsell lhu plate for nfro II a bargain tae buildings alone could not be put 1UI for this money No J40A farm ot 1M acre mil U ond Jle Kinney Uys well well Improves ant Is right oa pike No oak barn It box ttallt skid on eac tide and djlTway InrtnUr 2 other barns and 2 tenant douses 6 room buck residence and kitchen and all other neouiary out building llullclngs aDd fencing In good renoIr place wlwatered claern at Ira soil house pond tprlngt BC About lroacrdlnruaandtdmat la cul Unction rrinWWO00 No 180100 acre farm about mho this aide of Shelby City 4 event rotuge 2 iwretiei No I good cellar under the kltcbeo lloud barn of tullicrlW ale Bulidlngi train good ntr and the fencings are modcrtt Twoprtagaandgoal- pond on puacd About e uree lu tluulny sad darer rear tu woodland Irlc ft W 1MA 220 acre sum lyln on Lila titer near 1rah urchanl About aere In cultlvail n and l5tTvln posture rest In good tlktbtr Atawt 75 fruit tau oa the place Starr 6 muse dtlllollIIrdlny lIabl sad cab and very Kvod tvoant down Tbe building sea In very good shape but the beams are wt The 14ce waieied by never rtlllg tfrlngs This a good Work farm and ia offered at a banal lik only ttMO No bas170 acre farm tear llutloovllte IiIdwelling and tarn a good portion oC1JoIacould U SM for town lots It It the frnrlng soul bnlldlo j are In gou iaudlllnn This II cue of tb Lest firm In the county The soil Is rich lUll will prudutw hemp etc Inf n b- etlo4Two ttorv frame dwelling 7 roomi hall and veranda Uood garden tenting and house NNo3dIIlouaiodegrelem of Irlcn laixl lu SicKle ney Ni mary outbuildings Fearing good and well watered Will tell the 1Iate ou way terms No ntII acres of good land ilx room two story dwelling will wattred good tenting Is li the suburbs of the city ol Stanford else to Uraded school and riur hM TIIIadeIlTSbl horse Price reasonable No 576rootdtram cotttg anti one acreo land In Klngtvllle Ky Large barn smoke house Ac All bulidlngt and fencing In good ural ttlce 1100 No U16T acres ot land cottage of rjomt good hall and t porrbes Hood turn and other necessary oulbutlding Fencing buildings Ie good re alr Place well watered a splendid well at house etc Lind It all level a d produces well Young apple and peach orchard Title film babout miles Iron town Price fJSuu No lOJA acre rarlll In Ia IDnbllrg section about 2i mile Iron 2 tall close to pmt onlre sons churches tic I ttwetn 2 cjunty roads Rural Kree Dellvpri liout by place Four roou lug house a lInn SIa1G Wet hosing and baa two good It watered with never falling tprlogi and a fenI nlog hunch through the p ace his good Ingandoutlmlldlr irlce lIIlI Trllli e iy- no 205tOO new ante iltuated on the Way nsa bur and Sit Vrrnon rued abet 3 miles mlor Waynftburg Ilasalrooin cuttag tan This place belongs to a gentleman in alllornli and will sell r cheap cud n easy lama NO tlSA old large store room and dwelling above contliilng of several nicely r rusMt uutbultdlngsTillstreet In portion of own This will ha told of a bjrgtln and m tplradldoppiirlunlly to tome our desiring to In butlnnw r wra sail elllng being nruMurd will lie agreal saving in rent ec No 19 acres of laud near Crab Orchard 219 One vacant lot In Junction City at toutbeiut curntr of Lucut anti irofion streelt fronting Q r1 on tlonon lrl as rllnDlug South on Locus street fret irlea Ill cas- hNo24lKouceanti blot Ixgan ttrret In stao ord tlood genleneta Kverylblng goal repair 1rlce 11010 No 2aiW acres of laud 2 JfelllcKS of4 rooms acb l insw tolucco barn 13t Iret lung neat to the dotbuDfuLincoln county 2 man stuck barns This properly lays bflwcrn 2 good county rood rd2 1ea lIng turnpikes All the buildings and etclns are lu ioaJ repair Jute It well watered by Rod Hiring creeks etc Splendid loWco land nd will raise turrets ofcorn to the acre rids lion wakes tits owner from M to W pet cnt on liiuTMtinent It Ioc of If tint the ej etmt lcvof laudln IJnooln county If you are loot lag far a barllln tees a your ehsnd 1rlcetlmp No liuinoacrelarinatiouin miles front town IIIYI tplewllillvi wetly In culllraUon well witter ewe oottnge of fourroooit large barn Pro well fenced etc 1rlc i tr acre No42Seeenruomdwellinggrucelfar sod il cre lint Navtrfatllfwell ana spring and Cuealllal4lel- OAlj to town Will salt a small belly Central Kentucky Ideal Etut Title Co tuufnrd Ky 5oC c ij H TwoPiece Suits I IlookW B Perkins IIKentucKy REDUCED PRICES Mulls fiOO Suits Hedueod to 8 100 MOIIA 8050 Suits Italural to ftOO lions 8750 Suits Reduced to 000 tons 8850 Suits Itcdueoil to 700 Mens 8000 Suits Hmlueetl to 710 MOils 81000 Suit Italucml to 800 iotas 81200 Suite Itedural to 1000 MenV 81250 Suits Ho treed to 1100 lions 81BOO Suits Reduced 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 ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shone Huts niul Cnll Lndioa and flouts Furnish in3t Eta the store that eaves you tiiunoy Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 OFIIOERSc S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL000KKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D OwHLcr Stanford II SIUKKS Stanford O Y UAKTEII Turnersvllle W II OUMMII rroachersTlllo L O OIKKII Wnjneslmrg W IL TBATUJII filberts Oreek U L IInnnLE Laneaster W U WALKEK Stanford J IL FOSTKII Stanford W II UIIANKK SUinfurd J II IAXTON Stanford l1e rivetfulljr solicit the nrrotints of Indlvldiinls Firms unit 10rl orntloiu flanks and Hunkers and nro irr urfil tu furnltli nil ilvliosllors such iiecoinimxlatloiii u ere coimlttint wllli sufc Ixinklng Jlodrrn Hiifvty lH i oilt Roars In our vault fur use of ourliu tomrr First National BankStanford xy Capital Stock 50000i Title Institution was originally ettabllihed as the Deposit Rank In 1191 then reorganized ai the National Dank of Stanford In I8DJ and again reorganised as the Flat National Ilatk of Stanford la 1882 having bad practically an minter rupted existence It Is betterfacilitiessupplied now with for transact log business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Core partitions Solicited Cr Officers J 0 nooKKU Press 8 T HAHIIIH V Free J J MoUODKItTS Ohr W H WKAUKNAsstOhri Directorse J F Held DanvilleOS T Harris Stanford J 8 Uocker Stanford 1 K L Tanner MCSDne M li Elmore Stanford 8 H liauehman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Ju Robinson Hubble J H nauehman Stanford J HPettus Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford r Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting 11111all the Commercial Hrnndios tuuglit in the Conunorclnl JDonnrtmont of the SUE IIENNHrr11111oiitAlaSCIIOOL Sltidonta now holding good positions Uiplniuaagnuilod to jhoso wlo finish tho cour gtlilcationSeptelnlur fir i artttiilnM J C LEWIS or E H LYLE ri iKy 1