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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXlV STANFORD KYf FRIDAY JULY 20 1906 NO 36 A Parable on Tobacco Then shall tho kingdom of eatan bo likened unto a grain of tobacco seed which though exceedingly small was coat into tho earth and sprang up and grew until it became a great and migh ty plant and shot forth rank and oroad leaven on every aide insomuch that huge and vile worms found a habita tion thereon And it came to pass that tho sons of men looked upon tho plant and thought it beautiful and exceeding ly desirable to make lads look big and manly And so they did put forth their hands and did take nnd chow tho same And some it made sick and some It mado drunken and others it made vom it most filthily And It ramo to pass that they wero all taken with n mighty spitting insomuch that thoy did spit oven In ladies artery nnd In tho house of tho Lord of Hosts And it also camo tp paw that they all became weak and unmanly and they all said We cannot quit this chewing wo are enslaved Out others took tho plant and cunningly wrought it into rolls and did set fire to one end thereof and did suck vehemently at tho other end and did look exceedingly gravo and calf like and tho smoko of their torment ascend eth forever and over Hut others took of tho plant and did grind it into pow der and did stow tho same away In bot ties and boxes And it camo to pass that tho matrons and fair maidens of tho land did procure these little bottles and boxes and did take sticks and did chow one end thereof and did thrust tho same into tho fino powder and did rub vehemently across their front teeth and tho yellow juice did run down tho corners of their mouths And it came to POSH that tho truffle in tobacco became a great and mighty business in the earth insomuch that tho merchants waxed rich thereon And it came to pats that even the poor took the money with which thoy should buy bread and sloes and books and clothing for their children and did spend It for to In eco And tho thing displeased the Lord and Ho said unto them Turn from your abominations and from your filthiness cease your pulling spitting and chewing convert your tobacco fields into wheat fields and stop nil this waste And they all with ono accord cried out and said We can not wo arc enslaved A Glorious Convention at Huston vlHe This has been the best convention ever hold in the district were the words on many ups at the closo of tho joint C W B M and Sunday schools of this district hold at Hustonvillc some timo since MtM Sallle Elkin the ellicicnt din tact manager graciously presided over the interesting program she had pre bend and the presence of tho State president secretary and superintendent of young peoples work lent enthusiasm On the morning of C W II M day after nn address of welcome by Miss Anglo Carpenter response by P M Tinder of Lancaster and devotional led by Mrs Sarah Yancey the morn ings chief topic Childrens Work with ita many phases was capably dis cussed by oarncstJcadors in tho junior work and two splendid addresses on the same topic wore made by Mrs Amon of Lancaster nnd Mrs Henry Phillips of Stanford After a devotional conducted by Mrs Robert McUobcrts of Lancaster tho afternoons central idea was expanded into interesting and instmativeaddrcss cs by Mrs Ida Harrison tho State president and Miss Edna Sallee Mrs Eliza main Mrs H C KaulTman and Mrs Jennie Carpenter Mrs Sarah Yancey of Lexington also gave u val uable talk on Morehead Danvlllos musical director and or chostra added much to tho music that- clay and gave great enjoyment to all The next days Sunday school conven tion was also successful and enjoyable such workers as D C McCallum F M Tinder It M Hopkins W T Don aldson H C Garrison L M Omer ii and others addressing tho audience While the number 6f delegates was not large tho daily attendance was very good and notwithstanding tho warm weather tho largo crowds listened at tentively Hustonviilcs hospitality amply fulfilled all expectations oven to those who had before partaken of her l bounty and knew the standard of her- precedent in that line and Alcorns Opera House proved an excellent din ner hall Success crowned the efforts of both conventions and all adjourned hoping to meet again at Somerset next year Twenty Year Battle If was a loser In a 20 year battle with chronic piles and malignant flores until I tried Bucklons Arnica Salve which turned tbo tldo by cur ing both till not a trace remains writes A bL Bruce of Farmvllle Va Best for old Uulcora Cuts Burns and Wounds JMontPennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard t r StlT M 0 WINFREY OK Till MIUDLKSIIOKO CITY SCHOOLS Candidate for the democratic nomina tion for superintendent of public struction subject to the action of tho November primary Mr Winfrey is expresident of tho Kentucky Educational Association is tho prevent president of the Education al Improvement Commission of Ken tucky a member of the State Board of Examiners a prominent institute in structor and editor of the Educational Reformer one of the best educational papers in the South Ho is an untiring worker and educa tional advancement invariably follows in tho wake of his efforts Graded schools new buildings and better equip ment dot his tracks wherever ho has been He was the author of the bill establishing two State Normal Schools in Kentucky and was the leader of the tight for its passage rCHURCH MATTERS Tho union service will held at the Baptist church at 8 r M next Sunday and Rev L M Omer will preach the sermonThe Baptist church has been supplied with now and modern pews which are mado on the latest and most improved plans and cause tho church to have a much more beautiful appearance Lan caster Record At 8 oclock next Monday night a a conference for S S workers and teachers will bo held in tho lecture room at the Christian church Rev C C Green State S S Worker will bo present and lead the conference The Holiness College at Wilmore known as Asbury has purchased and added to its equipment tho Presbyterian College Bellevue Bellcvue situated on a different street only a short dis tance from Asbury It consists of ten acres of ground on which arc two largo brick buildings HUBBLE Albert Sloan sold some cattle to how on Fox at 3c + Misses Linnto Morris nnd Bottle Roberts of Lexington aro expected this week to visit Miss Ethel Carman Miss Flonnie Hammond has as her guests Misses Jennie and Estollo Brinkley of Somerset Miss Mary Rob erts of Somerset in the guest of Miss Mary Rankin Misses Hazel and Maud Stone of Stanford were with Miss Jewell Spoonnmore Fount Stigall and wife of Bronston arc with their daugh tot Mrs A P Sloan Miss Jewell Spoonamoro entertained delightfully Tuesday evening Elegant refresh menu were served and Miss Spoona moro proved a charming hostess Mrs Virgil McCluro and little daughter of Lexington lire guests of Mrs J A Hammond Alex McKechnie and fam fly who have been visiting relatives here left Tuesday for their home in Paisley Scotland MATRIMONIAL Presley Oaks aged 22 and Miss Lula Wheeler 15 were married at Waynes burg yesterday Dr IL S Doolin and Miss Helen Sallcc both of Somerset were married In tho parlors of tho Reid Hotel Chat tanooga Somerset Journal County Clerk Nichols has about decided to issue marriage licenses at re duced prices tho business does not pick up right away says tho Advocate Bowel Complaint in Children During the summer months children are Hiiblect to disorders of tho bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as tho first unnatural loose ness of tho bowels appears Tho last medicine In use for bowel complaint Is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as It promptly controls any unnatural looseness of tho bowels For sale by Stanford Drug Co- NoTtceYour school tax is due Settle at First National Bank with W II Wearen before penalty goes on L R Hughes treasurer NEWS NOTES Lady Curzon of Kedleston wife of the former Viceroy of India is dead Judge Henry A Melvin of Oakland Cal was chosen Grand Exalted Ruler ofElksThe at Owensboro successfully resisted the efforts of a mob of 35 to get a Negro in his charge William Painter whoso fame as an Inventor was national died at Balti more following an operation A shot was fired into the room of a hotelat Beattyville In which a number of Hargls sympathizers were sitting Benjamin T Redman said to have been the first directory publisher in tho United States died in Cincinnati aged 03 years Philadelphia was chosen by the Grand Lodge of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks in Denveras the conven lion city for next year Harry K Thaw has Ignored his mothers advice to reemploy former Gov Blacks law firm and refuses to consent to tho plea of insanity Gov Joseph W Folk of Missouri in an address at Jefferson City spoke against the mailorder business and favored advertising in the town papers Tho Illinois Central has secured a monopoly of the coffee traffic in the territory tributary to Now Orleans and other roads are threatening a rate war in consequence An inmate of the Dunning III In sane Asylum remained at bay for eight hours on the roof of the building He was finally induced by tho subterfuge of an attendant to como down Considerable property damage was caused by earthquake shocks in Soroc co San Marcial and other towns in New Mexico A distinct shock was felt at El Paso Tex but no damage was done The United States Geological Survey is to make an investigation of the ground waters of a largo section of the Blue grass region of Kentucky The work will consume tho greater part of one yearJoseph H Fuqua Superintendent of Public Schools has sent to the County Superintendents pamphlets giving a graded course of study and a program for daily recitations for tho common schoolUnder an act of the Legislature of 190G the three regiments Kentucky State Guard aro organized into ono brigade Governor Beckham appointed Col Roger D Williams Brigadier General in Command At a meeting of 500 citizens of Fay ette county it was decided to hold n Bluegrass Fair About 5000 was subscribed A clause of u report re ferring to Louisvilles duplicity as regards the securing of tho State Fair was withdrawn In a suit filed in the common pleas court at Cincinnati Attorney General Wade II Ellis of Ohio began a cam paign against foreign corporations do ing business in Ohio and domestic corporations which have not complied with the provisions of the laws Gov Beckham in pardoning men con victed of violating the Sunday observance law in Magistrate Hoffmans court says These pardons aro granted because it appears that there are some bad advisers back of this prosecution and that no good could come by inflict ing penalties an those defendants The jury in the HargisCallahan trial at Beattyville for tho murder of James B MarcunVbrought in n verdict of not guilty after 13 minutes deliberation The nature of the verdict fairly stunned those in the court room Mrs Marcum sobbed pitifully her slender frame shaking with emotion Attorney Floyd Byrd was too stunned to give out a statement The defendants themselves shook hands with their friends but it did not seem to occur to them to thank tho jurors Kentucky Fair Tho following are tho dates fixed for tho Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reportedHustonville July 253 days Danville Aug 13days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 163 days Lawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 224 days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shclbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 46 days Monticello Sept 111 days Gov Luke K Blackburn whoso reputation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any ono remedy I have over used Got a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores KINGSVILLE Miss Effie Carey of Lexington is with her mother Mrs Fannio Carey Mrs Wm Lane spent several days with friends at Somerset Mr and Mrs E D Carey have moved to Ludlow Mr and Mrs J M McCarty and sons spent a week with her father Mr Jno Leach Robert Murphy continues ill with Brights disease and is not expect ed to recover Mrs I T Hurt and little daughter have returned from a pro tracted visit to Sonth Bend and other Indiana towns They left again a few days since for South Bend where with the husband and father they will make their home Mr Hurt has been our ef ficient station agent for some months past and we regret very much to lose him his excellent wife and charming daughter but join their friends in wish ing them success in their new home Mr Hurt has quit tho C S in order to go into other business Miss Sallie Faulkner and brothers John and Smith Faulkner spent a few days with their sister Mrs Manfred Chevolette at Ludlow E W Creighton was in Lex- Ington a few days ago J E Creigh ton is on a brief visit to his home here Mr James superintendent of signals was down from Lexington on business George Rigney will have chaise of the signals at the depot at 15 per month Mrs D P Flint and son James are visiting her sister inlaw Mrs Haney at Covington Mrs Emma Chevolette has returned homo after a protracted visit to her son at Ludlow and daugh ter at Hamilton 0 Postmaster John son has been indisposed but is improv ing Mr and Mrs Charles D Evans gave a pleasant little entertainment to a number of friends a few evenings since Dr Thompson went to Louis ville to attend commencement and to see Dr Bradford Warren graduate at the Medical College Your correspondent has been quite ill with malarial fe ver but recovered in time to attend the Stanford fair and to make a visit to Mrs Claude Hudson at Maywood IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES There are eight applicants for the Barbourville postof ice Jessamine county will vote on the whisky question Sept 20 S D Fraleya business man of Ford was robbed as he was walking through a tunnel near that place John White was shot and killed at the Virginia Iron Coal and Coke Cos plant near Middlcsboro His slayer escaped Tinsley Stewart the brakeman who was hurt in tho wreck at Gravel Switch Sunday died of his injuries A hobo who was stealing a ride was killed At London a Negro named Robert Beatty attempted to assault Miss Mary Vogliotti He did not accomplish his hellish design and was arrested and placed in jail City Marshals Bcazley and Herron are making the way of the transgressor so hard that few violators of law are to be found They bring them in and Judge Armstrong and Attorney David son do the rest Lancaster Record A tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted a leak In the great North Sea dyko which a childs linger could have stopped tq become u ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In liko manner Kenneth Mclver of Yuncoboro Mo permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery Ho writes Three doctors gavo mo up to die of lung Inflammation caused by a neg lected cold but Dr Kings New Dls covery saved my life Guaranteed boat cough and cold cure at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Jesse James son of Jesse James the Missouri outlaw is now a full fledged lawyer says a Kansas City letter to the Pittsburg Dispatch Last week ho passed a successful examination before the State Board of Examiners and was enrolled in the courts of this State as an attorney at law DontBo Backward Do not hesitate to ask for a ire sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Llvor Tablets Wo are glad to give them to anyone who Is troubled with biliousness constipation or any disorder of tho stomach Many have been permanently cured by their use Stanford Drug Co I Senator McCreary will open his cam paign on July 26 with a speech at Georgetown Stimulation Without Irritation That Is tho watchword That Is what Orluo Laxative Fruit Syrup does Cleanses and stimulates the bowels without Irritation In anyvform Pennys Drug Store Hemp Knives at weH HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY THE VEIL Is not always used to protect tho face from the elements and keep the hair in position but by many many women and girls to hidq the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the skin There isgerrn life In the skin and ZEMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kills out this germ and leaves the face as smooth and soft as that of a child ZEMO will positively cure all skin and scalp diseases such as Eczema in its many forms ringworm Letter pimples dandruff or any itching skin disease Get a bottle today at your druggists Prepared only by- E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOUIS MO L I OUARANTKED AND BOLD BY I IPENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD 1CGEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Save Money IBy buying your Refrigerators Wa tel Coolers FreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George DP Hopper Stanforu Ky Atlantic City Gape Mc Other Coast Resorts 9rt51000 RoundTrip via Chesapeake A Ohio Ky THURSDAY AUG 2 1000 Tickets good 15 days and permitting stopover ut Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia returning Through sleepers and conches no clmngo of curs Secure space now For full information call on or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky STANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARYF- irst term begins MONDAY SEPf 3 1900 Our faculty is strong equipment firstclass surroundings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by tho lest institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont send olf to school when you have as good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky If 4 The Interior Journal Co WALTON 1E HELM of Lincoln county it n cnmlldntv to rprl rent the Klghth Coniirushlonnl District of In CotiKresn to vuccceil non U 1tllllkrteubieuttotheaction of the hII corn primary JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES ot Mercer county li a candidate to ropre sent the Eighth Congressional dlttrlct of Kentucky In Congreti to lion 0 O Gilbert nubject to the ictlon of the Dem DCratlo party WILLIAM J PRICE of 15oyU county In n cnndldnto to rpre t rent tile Congretslonnl IMstrlct of Kentucky In OouRrew to IlCC lion U O GlllxTt suhltct to tliu action of thu 1111 ocratlc party M F NORTH It n cnndtdnte for ItopreiwntnUvvof IIlIcoln county Mihlect to tho nctlon 1k1lI0 erode party TilE announcement of Hon lIarvey tHelm of this place for Congress coming as somewhat of a surI prise was good news to that gentle mans legion of friends all over the district In his splendid race tEighth nomination for Congress two t years ago Mr Helm made a magni Icentshowing and went to the Shelb ville convention with far more votes l than either of his opponents lion Geo G Gilbert or Mr D L Moore What happened at that famous convention is still fresh in the minds of our readers and it is not necessary to go into details During that race our distinguished townsman made many acquaintance and friends who will be glad of the opportunity to vote for him again and as- a primary is the method of deciding the nominee this time they may rest as sured of fair treatment to their favorite candidate and that their votes will t be recorded as cast As is well known Mr Helm is an original Bryan mat having worked and spoken for him in t both of his races Ho was campaign chairman in 1896 and his efforts in be half of the great Nebraskan are well remembered He worked just as hard for the matchless Bryan four years later and contributed liberally of his means to carry the county for him Mr Helm is n good campaigner and aI t though less than six weeks are left Cor him to see the voters of the 10 big i counties we are confident he will be able to get around and shake hands with the majority of them He is good on the stump and in debate and his voice will be heard in many of the precinct before the primary of Sept 1 It has been years since Lincoln county has had a democratic Congressman but unless all signs fail her time is coming and t coming fast Congressman Helm sounds good and we predict that prefix will be in order ere many months wax and wane Let us join in hoping so atleast and help bring about that desired result by giving him a majority of 1200 or 1 COO in the county of his birth his life and his home Three cheers for Helm for Congress Heres to him agin and aginA WASHINGTON savings bank has adopted a uniqus scheme and has attracted considerable attention to itsel by advertising in the newspapeas its willingness to start an account in the name of any child under 12 years of age with a gift of 50 cents provided the parents will add the 450 necessary to make tho initial deposit of 5 The idea is of course to interest people with children in the savings idea wits a view to the further growth of the bank The youthful depositers are tc the bank what the Sunday school is to the church They ore in training for maturer usefulness to the institution The Washington project is worthy of adoption elsewhere IT is not generally known that there is in New York city an insurance company that indemnifies against loss by burglaries For a while it flourished but burglary becoming so common the company has been forced to notify its policy holders that it will no longer be responsible and is closing up its affairs This is a sad commentary in the coun trys metropplis With its array of police it seems that some sort of pro tection should be given to the people for their money SENATOR MCCREAUY is said to have chosen Attorney General Hays as the antiadministration candidate for goy ernor This may or it may not be true but we will continue to believe the senior Senator a man of better politi cal sagacity until there is confirmation of the report McCreary and Hays doesnt sound good to us TUB recent bank statement shows Iowa in the lead among all the States in the number of National banks as it has long been first in number of banks of all classes This is remarkable con sidering that the census shows that the population of the State is gradually de dining ITilE universal comment on Judge opening speech in the guber natorial campaign was that it was a strong and effective effort idignified do both the aspirant and the party great g- oodrar TUB speaking at Lawrenceburg Monday was cut short by Mr W J Price of Danville fainting after ho had had the floor some 30 minutes He fell into the arms of his opponent Judge Jr W Hughes Mr Price did not revive in time to continue his speech and Judge Hughes magnanimously declined to answer some of the charges ho had made Hon Harvey Helm of this place and Mr James I Hamilton of Lancaster were called for and each spoke briefly It is likely that all of the Congressional candidates will meet at Taylorsvil Spencer county tomorrow LAST years unparalcllcd crops seem from this years reports to be equalled this year The inconceivable mass oC perishable wealth is almost beyond com putution The four great farm crops of corn hay wheat and oats named in the order of their gross value will probably be worth this year some 2 750000000 AI the gold dug in all the 414 years since Columbus found the new world would buy but four such crops Tha farmer indeed is king MORGANS MEN ReUnion at Parks Hill On August 14th and 15th there will be a reunion at Parks Hill Nicholas county of the survivors of that fnmous division of Confederate cavalry which has passed into history under the name of Morgans Men The Kentucky contingent of this division and it was made up chiefly of Kentuckians was composed of young men whose ages ranged from 17 to 24 years If they had lived and fought in tho 16th century they would have been known throughout Christendom as the flower ofchivalry and eachmane would v worn th TbeIl and sputa ofknighthoc Their great chieftain fell in the zemth of his glory leaving the Impress of his genius and valorand the charm of his wondrous personalty upon tho splend pages of the wars history For origll nal conception he had no equal his peculiar line of service In offensive strategy he taught lessons to its past masters When Kentuckys future and great estartist shall essayto present in allegory the most suggestive picture ofthe States most thrilling epoch it will bo John Morgan so brave so handsom so DEBONAIR at the head of his match less squadrons galloping down the corridors of time These surviving veterans are now gray with years and their numbers are scant but the few who are left will gather at beautiful Park Hill to recall and rehearse the mighl events of more than 40 years ago and mayhap to feel again as they tell the story the joy of morning dash and midnight raid jWe of the younger breed who have spent our unovcntful lives amid the rests of peace and a calm world tender to these grizzled veterans of the Lost Cause our good our very best wishes and join our hope with theirs for a bully time Lincoln County Sunday School Con vention Next Tuesday 24th the Sunda chool workers of our county will meet in convention at the Turnersville Christian church There is yet time for the Sunday schools to elect delegates and end reports if they have not already done so Tho program will begin It 930 A M and all are urged to be present and remain until the close at 4 p n text in importance to the preaching ervice of the church stands the teaching service The pastor is as responsible for one as the other How better can our pastors advance this great work than by meeting together for conference under the leadership of a Sunday school expert But how can pastors advance if indifferent parents superintendents and teachers block the way- Is 7 it asking too much of ministers not only to attend but to urge the parents tpcrintendents and the teachers to attend also Let every one do his part and the convention will be a success ThCle are in Kentucky between 400000 and 500000 white Protestant children of school age not in any Sunday school and our county has its proportion Plans- to reach and bring these children into our Sunday schools will be discussedL 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 Electrlo Bitters II says Mrs E II runson of Dublin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as- young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dys pepsla torpid liver Inflamed kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown after taking Electric Bitters a reasonable time Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros abOrchard Price SOc CORNS CURED Com Exit will posi rely remove corns In four days The treatment 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- this great preparation only costs cenUi and nothing if a perfect cure is- not speedily effected G L Penny tkuggist Stanford Ky POLITICAL Judge W S Pryor has decided not enter the gubernatorial race toI After listening to a brief from District Attorney Jerome of Nov York the Georgia Legislature adopted a resolution indorsing Jerome and Folk for the Democratic presidential ticke in mos Charles E Herd of Middlcaboro has announced himself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress In the Eleventh district The other candidates are John D White and D C McCreary is the happiest man in tho State over the alleged ad ministration rupture His smile al ways broad and becoming is spreading over his face As usual however he saws wood and says nothing lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln coun ty has announced his candidacy for Congress in this district lie was a candidate two years ago and made a strong race lie is a man of ability a staunch democrat and has done valua ble service for his party Mr Heln has a number of warm friends in Jcs samine who will no doubt give him hearty supportJessamine Journal IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen Crated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McHob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonvllle J W Thomp ion Kingsville Quick relief for Asthma Suf ferers Foloys Honey and Tar affords hn ncdato relief to asthma autTerors in ho worst stages and if taken in time vlll effect a cure Pennys Drugstore W B Burton of Lancaster sold to- S T Harbison a sorrel gelding for 1000Jeff Saylor a Bell county farmer was drowned in Straight creek FARM FOR SALE HnvliiK moved to illtwrUCrwk I desire 10 Mll my farm of HUncreaon the Htinfonl t Crab orclmnl pike mllos from Crnb Or bnrtl Farm U linprimxl with com mrutlvtly new rt t ldPnc iinU outhoutstllIn Rrn except 8 lien 1iirtlpi wlihliiK to ookovertb pIncecaanll on Sir IkWon who llvei on the farm D J HMITH llll TUUrfik Ky PUBLIC SALE I On TUEHAY JUIASI ltrI I an ecre aryof the Hoard of rriuUw will offer nt While wloto the hluhcRtiind M at bidder lu lluitonvlllo public school hulltllna and rounds on Stanford pike containing 1H IIcralllore or less The ImllillnK In n good trick structure iind coulil tlitlly Iw made a Cfllilence without n urvnt ilcnl of coil Hnle vlll take place nt fJ HAIlKHItHecntury A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrta Drug Store in the Owelcy Building J 2 0- 0Lexington Kentucky TO Old Point Comfort and Return Via Chesapeake Ohio Ry Monday ply 2W iitunlay Aug 11 lo days limit good for atop overs in the mountain u ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH k EQUIPPED WITH- AUTOMATICk ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FRaU CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast alld Southwest HOUESEEK TICKETS FIRST THIRD TUESDAYS SALII rOINTS For Information and Rita Addnw HCK1N JCPTA111 E Mala St Lexlojton Ky W A OARRE1T Oea1 Maasar W Co RINEARSON P A clJau a PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cltttwrt tod bnutinn the ball lnimocl a luturiant growth Ttr ml to Ilntor On It Youthful Colon J1fp dIr a r JII lnrtd Desirable Horns For Sail I I wl li toi llprlvnt iy my hove on Iju cuitrr Avenue Till ronlilcncu Un twoitor triune ImlltlliiK of urea room mid It III npltMitllil rtimlr Tho ouUiou c im npwnn convmilpnl T lot contains ii acres of land and lily will fornnothorilwvllliiKCn on inv for furthtrwrtlcuhirsr Vf K VAHNKH Htiinfonl Ky Waynisburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor DfiilDr In mid Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble ItiiUoil imtlra n Hpeolnlty Olllce nml work Wnrn iburc Ky It rndxett Agt NOTICE I I fanve two Inrgo ItorrOOIllIl for nle lit Orlntulo Htwkaintle fouiity one nf tliem JN till other s two fill roo lid aut to 1ptO worth of 1lIlIrrtJ nierebndl llireu town lot nlulnl ulmiit JH 1100 wiirvliou good twoUnr dweiIllig a food eottafp- booaea I gad grllt null lininll tin new Anmml wilt t gvnvnil niurclminHVw SIOro to SaysVit ytnr Ov0r it million feet ot good white oik KilHr eliUult uiul ttluv Urn Iwr Altouhout IIlul ret of topliir whlti link ohoftnut pint lumlMf on stick Aliout are idle trotiinillroiiiltwomwmllli Jtut muvltiR lulu till uUtve txiumlnry ol tliuUr Writ fur further ixtrtlonlnra J A WKtU Ortnndo Ky Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We are pn p ml to wrlto Innurnnco Life Accident Fire or Tornado And nollelt the InxtnM of the citizen of the llxst Hncl None but the txut compnn La roprvieutod- OfHeo with Crnb Orclmnl Banking Co Hare n tiilk with lit twfort plnclng your lumnce of renewing old policies Iltt your propurty with ui and wo aell It for you churning you only tt small per cent POSTED We whole name appear below itrlctlj furbld bunting Billing or any kind of tress pInIng on our place and will prosecute Tlolaton to the full extent of the law Mr Kate Ador Helchenbtch Ore Fred VonOrucnljan Albert VonQruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Ilaumiinn Alfred 8tmpon George Uolmei Mlu Maths II Howe E Retchenbach Charles Oummtnt Joe liallon A b Dunn M llolmei W E Amoo W K Daughertj M J Hoffman U U Klmore Peter W Tarter J Neln Carter Mn U Hayden Welch A D Rat J E truce tl KSbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Kerrlll F J Cone John II Oamenlich Sam TrOwbrlre Ieter Ilalmer Charles Eniilln Frank Cordler John Meter Samuel Llndier Jacob Ontder Mn Alice Ljtle David Stephens Mary HofTmann L P Nunnelley J W tUuRhman- Onrlitena Orsj on J O Carpenter Jacob JMiweln Sam Datorroo hire J A uock Fred Hnndorf rsrnwsaaestePRESCRIPTIONS Ii I THREE THINGSI I are tion not write a we IntelligenceI other in tacit understanding that they are to go in alwaysand he II knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to us I Stanford Dru t1 ssetw V BECK f m HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YJ Alt FOR ONLY 150 lew people In tbe United States have not beard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all thing clean In all things It U essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer tbe WEEKLY COUItUmOUltNAL one year and this paper tor the price named above Bend your subscription for tile combination to menot to the Courler Journal I TIlE MIRI Will call for wearing apparel combining both Style and Comfort We have maple 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 j TwoPiece Double Breasted Long Goat Suits A Panama or Porto Rican Hat a Patent Low Shoe with gauze Hose a Soft Shirt with fcuffsare tlr G H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Summer Comfort and CleanlinessT- he of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined with the grease 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 withdraws every particle of impurity from the poresall the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinklesIimmediately disappear but the of health GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE If you call at our store we will gladly give youtfree a generous sample of the cream and a of the famous book d Trtttni in Feral PENNYS DRUG TOREISTANFORD KENTUCKY tssellssstrtiterews ss I I I f I Rubber 00000000 u berINot rubber neck but IIUBEKOID the best roofing imitlo for the money will last longer than ready roofing on thermarket A trial will convince luvcstigatef Is H idgeI y STANFORD Tinner anti Ilumber I I susr artles aw s Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 years Has had a rapid continual growth Nino Depart ments us follows Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical Tho cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influence wholesome Write for Catalogue J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDON KY f We Will Continue to Sell nt tlio following prices until the lotn nro closed out j 3JcCnlicocf fljcXnphyr 12o LUWIIH Uc 15c Lawns lie Few sizes in Childrnnu Slippers CDo 1 priceDuck lfIJlrico1J0Chcnca 89c I fr BTANFOHD KY JULY 20 190 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda nt Penny Drug Store ft PERSONALS MtM CLARA SImI very III MR A C DUNN ta threatened with fever Rnv U U MAIIONY war nt Mt Voi non Tuesday Mil J T llwoAMAN ii vwUlng roll I t lives in Miwourl MRS J S 0vsinY la visiting re laillvM at Franklin Mian MARY CKAIO HAYDHN of Parts la with Mrs Mary Craig MIN VIRGINIA MAIIONY Is with tho MfMM Penny in Danville tiMisr DBIIOHA Roan of Jolllco fa with Miss Mnry Pcnnlngton MRS NANNIB WBARBN of Lexington U with her son W II Women MRS JHNNIB Worn of Danville la with her sister Mrs T J Hill Miss MARauRiTB Fox of Danville has been with Miss Hmo Baughman liON IL D GREGORY of Covngton has jolqed hM wife and children here Miss SARA BAUOIIMAN hi with Mis Edna Mason during tho Lancaster fair f M G UBYNOU8 of Waynoeburg WM Journal In tho city yostorday Somersol MRS II D CAMPIIBU and ohlldrei will join tho husband and father at WII more today I MR R1M WARNHR and Mian Murga ret White spent several days at Cral Orchard Springs MRS GEORGE HANKS and pretty lit tie daughter of Tons are with Mrs H J McUoberU MR EVBRBTT STONK of the Lexing ton Herald is spondlug a few day with tho homofolki MR JAMBS I WHITE was at Wll Hatmburg selling Concentrated Crab Orchard Water this week Mns MARY PENNY and Mis Marie f Mahony are at Crab Orchard for the benefit of the lattcra health biRi W WoiuWAM of Corbin Is with her parents Mr and Mrs J F Cover in the Turncrsvillo section I rt Miss MABBI MCWIIORTER who has been the guest of Miss Bessie returned to Crab Orchard Wednesday MRS GBO W ATKINS and daugh tan Muses Alice Maggie and Susie of Somerset arc with relatives here J NV HAYDBN of Paris attended the directors meeting of tho Cumber w land Valley Land Co here this week Misses CLARA COOIHH Jennie Lynn and Sara Daniek are guests of Miss Anglo Klnnalrd during the Lancaster fair MRS J II YBAOHR who has been with her mother Mrs Woodie hale I left yesterday for her homo in Kansaa CIty MR J C McCLARY wentup to Hock castle to attend the burial at Hiott of his relative Mra Marian l HlattJUIWB STBRUNO F GRIMBB of Cuo ro Texas attended the burial of his sister Miw Pauline Grimes hero Wed nesday DANVILLB will send Stanford another rgooll family The Advocate says that Mr Waller Denham and wife will move here this week MR ANn MRS J K NUNNBIAKV who havo been In tho West for somo time are with his parents Mr and and wife or Gar Phillips of Fres them were with friends here yesterday t MR FOSTER B MCAUSTER wife McAlister loftArethusaand Miss yesterday for Way Miss after a pro trotted visit to relatives hero Dif N II McKINNEY of Carlisle for treatment hospital is at n Lexington Mr WIfor appendicitis to see him Bright went over Miss EULAH TOTTEN has as her guests Misses Pearl Fuqua or LaGrange Mary Clark Engleman of Paint Lick and of EIPnso Texas Messrs Joseph Bryan and Thomas lIackett or Loulsvlllo She will entertain in their honor Mon day evening of Hubbl eSrOONAMOREMRS S M thanks a liberal sample pretyodaughter Miss was and pretty Spoonamore o both the blue and in any cako ring LOCALS hand cabbage and eeL i BTitu have on cqplants J W Drackett StaR Cord SEE our special table linen at 73c per ynrd L M Hucy Co Girl ready for tho Hustonvillo Fnlr next week July 26 20 27 16 HAIN COATS this week at 9goot style good cloth Severance Son wTAKH a look at the 5 nail lOc glass I ware at Mrs W S Jones restaurant NBW red pplka dot lawns and awigsoi on tho bargain tablo thIs week Sever anco Son TilE Myers House Is for sale private ly Mrs K P Owsloy and Miss Pearl liurnsklo Stanford CUMMINH Lireoffering u 21 per cent reduction on low cut shoes underwear and straw hats FOR ItHNT The storeroom on Lnn castor street Just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply nt this once HU9TONVIMB Fair next week Bet tor join the procoselon and go Everything Is in roadinesa for the greatest exhibition ever WE have 2SOodd guests telo phoned Manager J B Willis from Crab THERE are two vacancies to be filledI in the Stanford Graded Schoola high school position and one In the grades Apply to T D Raney scey WB will be pleased to have all our oldI customers lot us dq their carriage repairing and horseshoeing Our shop ill back of depot Me Bee Son TUB home place of the lato Gco W James in Crab Orchard nnd tho prop erty now occupied by Mrs M V Sigler are advertised fur sale in this Issue Till big Morocco horao exhibited at tho Stanford fair carries 21 pounds of iron on his feet His owner had him shod here by McBce Son and they put shoes on him that weighed 51 sounds each It took one man to hold up the big animals feet and another to drive tho nails MESSRS H D CAMI HELL and W C Pettus both of this county have bought a drug store at Wilmore and are opened and ready for business They are both clever young men and are deserving of the liberal patronage we hope they will receive at Wilmore Both are expert pharmacists MURPHY On Tuesday evening near Kingsvillo Robert Murphy son of W M Murphy died of quick consumption Mr Murphy was 25 years of ago and a most excellent young man His re mains were buried yesterday after noon at Pleasant Point burrylng ground after appropriate services nt the grave HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county announces in todays ADVOCATE that he is a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Representative in Congress from tho Eighth District Mr Helm is a member of tho Stanford bar and a prominent and popular cit izen of Lincolns capital Danville Ad vocate TilE stockholders tho Cumberland Valley Land Co held their annual election here this week and James W Fox Horace E Fox J W Hayden J Hocker J A Craft P Reid Dr J S Bingham Dr J M Williams nndJ R Borcing were elected directors The board organized by appointing J S Mocker president Dr J S Bingham vice president and J W Hayden sec retary and treasurer Only routine business was transacted Miss SPOONAMORES PARTYTues day evening at her country home Ma rtoview near Hubble Miss Jewell spoonamoro entertained very delight fully Tho lovely homo was unusually attractive for tho occasion with plants pink roses and white carnations and was lighted with pink candles in silver ondclabrn tho color scheme of pink md white being admirably carried out through all tho rooms The lawn where oteateto seats had been arranged waS brilliantly illuminated with Japan eso candles Miss Spoonamore was as listed in receiving by Miss FJonnio C Hammond and Miss Ethel Carman At a late hour refreshments were served the ices and cakes being in pink and vhito and tho mints carrying out the lame color scheme When the hour of leaving arrived ho guests departed reluctantly delighted with the hospitality and the graceful way in which it was extended Did You Come oltaraliat orlgool18Bummer goods at reduced prices r Many good things in REMNANTS loft KEEP a close watch for the air ship on July 2526 27 at the Hustonvillo fair FOR SAIB New cabbage peas beets nnd Hubbard other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Till L N will another 176 roundtrip excursion to Louisville from this place Aug 6 OLYMPIAN SPRINGS snow open for the treatment of rheumatism nervous ness Indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F M Sims propr TilE tax books arc ready Come in and get your receipt The penalty goes ona month earlier this year than lIT m Ih MR SAMUEL REID The above is a fairly good picture of Mr Samuel Reid who died at his home in the West End at Io SOTueaday morn ing aged SI This splendid old gentle man had been in feeble health for Sometime but the fatal illness begun Thurs day of last week when he was taken with an aggravated caso of flux His weak constitution could not withstand this drain on the system and by Sunday It was well known that the end was close at hand On that day his sons Carroll n and Leslie M Reid who were in New York were telegraphed for and they arrived in time to see their father alive but unconscious Besides these Mr Reid is survived by his wife Miss Anna Reid and Messrs James C and June II Reid It was one of tho happiest families tho writer ever knew until death entered its threshold some years ago when a daughter Mrs Jen nie Allen was taken to the realms above A few years later another daughter Mrs Helen Conway was called hence and now tho head of the family has gone to join the silent ma jority Three deaths in so short a time have wrought a change in tho family circle and the vacant chairs tell silently tho sad story that the grim reapers visits havo been distressingly frequent Nearly CO years ago Mr Reid married Miss America Bailey sis ter of Judge James P Bailey of this place and had he lived until Sept 16 they would have celebrated their golden wedding All of his long life had been spent in Lincoln county where ho was loved and honored by all No man with warmer heart or more generous Im pulses ever lived and there were none more honorable and upright He will be sadly missed in tho community ho lived in so long and where Uncle Sam was a general favorite An immense crowd gathered at his lato home Wednesday afternoon where a song was sung and Eld Mills offered a fervent prayer Tho Masons of which order Mr Reid was n valued member then took charge of tho remains and with beautiful ceremony peculiar to that order laid them to rest In tho little city of tho dead at Hustonville It was a sad day in the history of that end of Lincoln county and business was prac tically suspended during the funeral services Surely a good man has been token away May the sod ho gently on his grave Deceased was a brother of Mr John M Reid who died hero a number of years ago He has a broth er Mr William Reid who lives in Up per Garrard and a sister tho aged mother of Dr Louis McMurtry of Lou isville Dr James Reid father of Mr Forestus Reid was a brother and Mrs Frank Read and Mrs Lee sisters of Mr Samuel Reid The three last named are dead ESTRAYA black mare mule 15 hands tall blind in right eye and In goodorder left my farm July 13th Re ward for her return B D Holtzclaw Rural Route No1 Stanford TilE Lancaster Fair which begu Wednesday is a success in every par titular Big crowds arc attending dai ly tho show of stock is superb and per feet order is being preserved Our Gar rard county friends are treating thei guests like lords IN Its proper place In this issue of the Herald will be found tho announcement of lion Harvey Helm Lincoln county favorite son as a candidate for Congress from this district He has servo cd Lincoln as County Attorney and has represented his county with market abIlity in the legislature Ho is a true Democrat nnd a gentleman of fine attainments and would make a most able representative Harrodsburg Herald TilE remains of Miss Pauline Grime Sterling Grimes of Cuero Texas and Mr W P Grimes of this place A most appropriate funeral sermon was preached at tho latters home by Rev Gilbert Glass after which the body wa friends Miss Grimes was a of the late Thomas Grimes and was an exemplary Christian and a splendid woman She was a devout member of the Presbyterian church and was in every way ready to meet her maker As stat ed last issue heart trouble caused her death The greater portion of her life had been spent in the East End of this county and her friends there and else where sorrow that she is no more PUBLIC SALE Aimlmlnltrntor do bont non with the will nniiMKl of Jro W Innis I will on HATIMIDAY AUGUST IS IWO nt about 21 M on the prumlioi olTor for olio at luibllc outcry the following rwtl rs tnt KlrHt th houu plncw of the lute IW JniuiK containing about Bl ncrctt of lund Oil there is a new brIck 11I5 e of s rooms nod nil necessary outbuilding the dwelling end mott of the land Iwlng In the rorpornte limits of trnb Orchard MocondtliPfrnme dwelling douse and lot on the Knit tide of Mnln street In Ornli Orchard ICynow occupied by Mn M V HUler The tvrm will be announced on day of J U PAXTON Aclmrtc If not sold iiriviittly I will on Aug 1506 tit luki p x on theLreml8vmatJINO TION CITY The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property Ioimlattni of nhnitt j acre of Innd factory building which hue iilmiit w feet hoot spud our engine one hone power holtotllOwlr of thin ning machinery with rapacity of ISOio cons of fruit or vegetables per day 26UU empty cans with solderhem Clip lot la well located on the U fi N railroad IIIIlI loss than 511 feet from tho O depot The building U well gulled for most any kind of iiinmifacturlnK enterprise or would make ncnpltiil fur relmndllng tobac co For further lnforuutloncall on or ml dnu Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAil n KIIKUIT Mgr 1 uc tom We have reduced the Price 25 Per Cent on all Lawns Batistes and Fancy White E6 Crab Orchard Ky ra 3rylltti Itsa We will continue to giro with purchases 082 83 mid 86 the beautiful intended for the alo but it caiuo in too late Come and take advantage of this liberal offer t tSEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY Nunnelloyj cakothen 01S huvlngI WednesdayI theI PUBLIC SALE Wednesday Price Red lone GoodsW6 PERKINS GlasswareThis MidSunri6f Clearance Sale a 25 Per Cent Reduction on Oxfords Straw Hats and Underwear alsl 85 00 Oxfords less 25 per vent 83 75 3 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent 2 63 3 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 2 25 2 CO Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 88 2 00 Oxfords less 25 per coat 1 50 1 60 Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 13 2 00 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 1 50 1 00 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 75 50 Underwear less 25 per cent3825 Underwear less 25 tier cent 19 1 00 Underwear less 25 per cent 75 CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY Attention i otare The Fair is over now but just to keep the excitement up a little longer we are still offering 5c Lawns at 3Jc per yard 8Jc Lawns at 60 par yard 10 and 12Ac Lawns nt 8Jo per yard 15 and 18c Lawns nt lie pot yard 25c Suitings nt lUc per yard 25c yard wide Untiste at ilk per yard 35o Silk Organdies at 29c per yard 500 Mulls and Suitings ut 39c 100 White Oxfords at SUe per pair 8160 White Oxfords nt 8119 per pair 150 Gray Oxfords at 8119 per pair 5250 Gun Metal Oxfords at 215 per pair 8350 Gun Metal Oxfords nt 8298 per pair 8100 Childrens White Oxiords nt 76c per pair 8150 White Parasols at 139each 8200 White Parasols nt 169 each 8300 White Parasols at 8249 each 8350 White Parasols itt 275 each 500 White Parasols at 8100 each LMHUBYCODry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 17The Interior Journal in the PottOffice at Stanford cu tttonddats malttr- DRLr8DED TOKSUAVH AND TIIIDAT AT 5JOO PER YEAR CASK l pWben not no paid ISOO wilt be charged Jesse W Sweeney raoratgroR Livery Food and Salo Stably Lanoaster Ky Horses well fod and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable ralesI NEW LIVERY STABLE EraSB t CLABS30N Ircri JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Atteotlonto Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sain INSURANCEWind Mtorm Ilfa andTire Lightning andJLeddent None the BTHONGK8T slt Represented 1uylngjllec azd3 UneequattedraTalkwRha MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed fi Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY 3chl attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale t wish to sell privately jny furm of liO eres0 miles West of on the lexi- Inaton pike It is well lusprOVt1 and lm plenty of water und timber w fenced and In repair- Also unimproved farm of 100 acresan Lying midway between Lancaster and Ixangtonptkes 7oodoutlet each way Well fenced Terms reasonable T I UJoIUtlNO jjnrfctbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You readymade clothing when thereWhy bUY It so little dllteronco the price of high srnde lult und a mode to jour ihandsomlellneprisignnraallorT I Summer goods I can make from n bnelnesssuit to the gnat dress suit Also fancy vests The mpanyIrepresentleoneofthebeII Bar1 Traijlor UBALIR IS Iblskn Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House STANFORD KY l1li01 to P ttuntlon Nothing I Ids fell Prompt an MAtlnk rill cr l enpt orders rtcilvi gresptattennofl e eeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac t STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Rome Phone 38 fie L Beazley COJ Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They villjexchango Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call PricesRight- j f STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT John B Foster is a big wheat raiser He treshhed out 3200 bushels Sir Huon won the Seagate Stakes at Brighton Beach defeating a good field Dick Webb one of the wealthiest farmers of Floyd county was kicked to death by a horse It took 21500 men and 2800 teams to harvest tho Kansas wheat crop In ad dition ts the usual quota of men am teams on the farms Having been unsuccessful in their efforts to secure the State Fair promi nent citizens of Lexington will endeavor to raise money to hold a Bluegrass Fair this fall Joe McDowell sold for D J Gregory of Richmond Va a yearling filly by Dignity Dare for 275 Beard Wilhiti purchased Monday three work mules at 145 He also bought of M H Clark son a Cecilian Chief colt for 18750 AdvocateJ senior member of the firm of J F Cook Co of Lexington sailed for Europe July 7 Mr Cook wil be absent about three months In France Belgium and Spain for the purpose ol buying a choice lot of draft stallion and Spanish jacks The Kentucky and Ohio Tobaccc Growers Association at a meeting ir Lexington decided to make no effort to to control the burley tobacco market this year and to return to stockholders who desire it their pro rata of the 7000 now in the treasury Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous gun inventor placed his gun before a com mitteo of judges ho stated Its carry ing power to bfl much below what he feh sure the gun would accomplish The result of trial was therefore a great surprise instead of dIsappoint- ment It is the same with the manu facturers of Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will accomplish but prefer to let the users mako the statements What they do claim is that it wltlI positively cure diarrhoea dysentery pains in the stomach and bowels and has never been known to tail For sale by Stanford Drug Co Attorney Guy Mallon utterconfer ence with the Hon John G Carlisle decided to appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States the case of the Berca College of Kentucky which in volves the constitutionality of the law of Kentucky prohibiting colored and white children from attending school in the same building or class Saved His Comrades Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Elgin Ill was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition says Mr J E Houghland of Kldon Iowa I gave him CHamberlaIns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved his life I have been engaged for 10 years In immigration work and conducted many parties to the south and west I always curry this remedy and have used it successfully on ninny occasions Sold by Stanford Drug Co The Iroquois and Jefferson Demo cratic Clubs of Chicago are arranging to entertain W J Bryan when ho reaches Chicago on his return from Eu ropeWar Against Consumption- All nations are endeavoring to check the ravage of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each your Foleys Honey and Tar euros coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk yourhealth by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey und Tar is safe and certain In results The genuine is In a yellow pacxuge Pennys Drug- Store tee Dr A D James formerly United States Marshal of Kentucky was nom inated for Congress for the Third dis trict by the Republican convention at Bowling Green Was In Poor Health Years Ira W ICelley of Mansfield Pa writes I was in poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bind der trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit butwas cured by Foloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of restoring the health of others II Refuse substitutes Pen ays Drug Store Capt W T Eiiig outu state lent at Owensboro denying the report hat he would probably become a can idate for a State office A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with spring rom a torpid liver and blockaded towels unless you awaken them to heir proper action with Dr Kings Vets Xiifa Pills tho ploasfintcst and nost effective cure for Constipation Tbey prevent Appendicitis and tono up tho system 2So at Pennys Drug itor0s Stanford iliyjiotBros iCrati orchard yvL For Sale Privately house and 10 acre of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Homo has 7 rooms kitchen and sar vanta room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY Residence For Sale laving located permanently Mt liter ling Ky I offer for sale nt i lIln my do tlrnliln resilience on HustonrllloHt In Minn ton Ky For particular write nee nt Mt HtorlliiKKyor oo lirlght nt tho Mncolix County Nntloiuil Blink JOHN JONI Central KontuokvI Real Estate Exciting TITLE CO Do tJ3Nlr room cottage and acre of laDd located about mile Irani Sbelnr City The hoes alone cost 1500 We will cell thfi plan for I luo No KW60 sere 14 mllM from Junction City story 6 room frame dwelling good turn retie line ke house etc All oed repair Indujln fend ng S3 Her In nil and 25 urea In culnia lion Hood orchard ol pcachm plums appln et A splendid grape Harbor 3600 grape told one year 1lare dOte to tchoil cburebea elcl and well watered medicated well at house aDII oak well atarn etc lrlc 13500 Flour and Grist Mill Anderson county Ky 33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months ot the year It Is an np todate roller mill with burrs for corn aDd meal bolt The engine Is of 7 years runt U acres with the mill Including what Is will tho house of 0 rooms All for f4240 or IS 500 for the mm and 14 acre One halt cash lias One trade No mill In 10 uitles No mA farm of 211 arn haodaom iuod era I away brick rni4no nicely lalDlthed and date In every particular Klor room 00 well located and rents well This properr la thou to school In a food community and la on ol the nicest plus In county Large the plus It well watered and pajf well not a bill on Tb re li only about M acre in cultlTitlu and rett In gras IlfntT offruit trees etc Till la an Ideal home and a iplendld farm Irtce rear enable No IIIA farm of aces one sail onehal milt north oflluttonillle on the Danrlll pike Two ably fume dwelling wren room veranda hall etc Floe young orcntrd bearing all klndi Mutt welt watered flare falling prloltIC All buildings and fences are la loud faro tituated in lbe bat eclion of Llnroln count acdli an Ideal bores tiplenUM Ire bouw lust and nil other nemtiiry outbuilding No 1UA tuna of 1M urea situated abouti miles frum t1olud aDd t wiles from Crab Urcha on the waters of Mar reek Too 11ftli cut In about Heidi and can Le aubdltlded Aboull acres li In cultivation Umber luineient to lap up place ne and onehill frame dwelling or room hallo poreb rte To1 In doutc bun corn crll etc Place la well water eJ two goodeiaternatthe door running stream Itarougli tams All building in good ahI4I uI1sue lures fencing fair Price taper Lyre Term easy No 76BO acres of land near Junction Cltycut Ir teteo Sell acre In culiltaltoUj rat In grao a nice orchard and grape bar bon In Kentucky Itly told a Apr found grape last year Well watered and fencing good Clow to acbool and churcbn A two itory ah room frame dwelling good barn crlbt etc all li goat repair No WdTwe ltorllams dwelling of six room two halls Ttranda 1c well II door and all otnei n outbulldlnzt AltO large blackiinltl thopCOsKOandibedi lull length of bop and 10 fcclwlilf pruperty will be told at a very low No Two houm and lots situated In Oral Orchard with six and onehalf acre ot land at lached lloth ar frame ottagea one eonilttlni of 8 and the other 01 S room Stable two guot tpringi itc The buildings are new anti tbi fencing li ordinary Two good gardens and ties acres la laature Will till each place aeparatel or u a whole Prlc on the property at i whole 11300 No 139tlaeraofland In the town limits ol Rowland about id acres hollow laud ono 63 acre In woodland Ths piac Is well fenced and watered water wmkwell and cisiern I atory frame building S room ball veranda back porch summer kltcoen and good Cflllar Uood barn Iud all other necessary outbuilding Including crib grauery etc All In gol repair leuclog In tint class crier all wire lama This la a txautlful place a dtalrabl howl clew to town and will sell cheap sue on easy terms No A bum ol iilwul acre on one ol the beat In Ibe county A hundwine Iwo story frame dwelling nnd one of the lures nod beat burn In the county This place li well watered and everything about It includng fenc lOll It In ipleudld repair In a good xiimuiinliy close to achonli and alout minutes drive from Stanford bus it very dcilmble tome 1rlce Wl No 12230 acre farm tulle of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling ruomi two tenant house two barn IInd spring near dwelling Farm In bllh tate ol cultivation acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price 1 1000 an acr Nor nice firm at HlclilanJ Kwell tmprov iJ well watered etc Price Iroo ys6aufes of land on Jamestown rod south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about j acres In Ilmter and rest In grass A Urge new fume dwell Ing alto an old dwelling on place A new barn and wo old ones It Is well watered sal the fencing Is rood On public rod Price fiooo No vs 50000 acres of cotton land In Allttlsslprl fhere Is no section of country which offers so many- mpportunltlestotprobtblelnveslmentasth Delta which now as Pros valu1blefrom the North where the supply of timber Is llralnlshlne are constantly Incrutln their purII chases of timber lands In the South when the tier Is removed the UnJ Is unequaled for agrlcultu ral purposes It will produce a bile of cotton to the icreor will grow other kind of crop raised In he temperate zone The soil needs no fertilisers InIrives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low he title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and limber lands at present prices Is making an vestment that he will never regret land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to trooo acres to th trart and prices from 18 pet acre SiS per acre according to location etc Wo ire authorized by the company who owns these lands to stat that as other parties are considering the mrchase of these lands that we offer these tracts tub echo priersatwithdrawal from market or change n price wlthont notice However when notified hey will hold any tract out of market long enough lor Ihl purchaser to make an Investigation About uoooacres of this lan5baa been sold by the pany since we received this option For further Iculars coil stout otfic ria Also a 50 barre mill In Mercer count Ky on Sal River Steam power new uII todte In every particular and dwell ng with ImproTemenU and 20 acres of One and close to Southern railroad Prise U 000 No LateuUr 77 reel front nd IMColufID outbuildings excel barn Everything Is new sail In good ahapo CO- llage contalni ruouit hall veranda poreb and buemant Close to achoel cberchee St Prlc f2WJUO No OTa of land two story front tage seven rooms halts etc louse la new a goad garden and splendid orchard ol 1h acres tencli good twostabletbugg bouseamule house Ie bu is altO a goeS mill 08 the place a J od crusher la mill It is run by D- aturlllcr which li a great economy and the dam It In good reptlr Wilt sell the property at a lo BgurtorleaMlU No 24 Frame hotel large rooms double ran du bII Etc A large 2 story torroo 1mmbotelupstatnsulubletordwe papered sad punted room and veranda each A on uuie lot used 66 liablefeet set garden Vacant lot adjoining front r All of thin property Is In London gy- andIsafin chance for someone to mat mone Poprlelor hat nfliaed to rent property for fy pel month On account of health wife toni reason for telling proprietor desires to xchso for farm In Lincoln county No 7J Aiuullfum of7J acres of good IDoi located close to town Prlc 13230 NoStSO acre ofland on mil front Sumerpe Kycut In seven Said Forty acre In collie lion acres In pasture balance In tluilier llwrl ng contains seven room Large barn and alt net ary outbuildings Fences sal bulldlnKSlnfplei rlamr Welllered Rice 11800 No 2IGO tern of land In Ford county Ku six mUtafrom railroad anoll muss from Ariann river Bnflly acresof Is river bottom II Brstclata laud sod In grate This land la for sal or exchange 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acres cultivator about 12S In timber and grass and abou 150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber thing les ties and cord wood enough to the place twice over A large part payfens ed are four dwellings of room each and one store of twoMorlri with room above bat wells and springs of water It ID 3 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 Onebal cash No flAbut arm of land t mile Iron Crab Orcbaik on Lancaater rib A good dwell lag well aad all neceaury cutblldlngt Placet rillbloD li a home sad a ebarplace Thowner of tblt property lieatHeaders- on gyandhamadsup his salad to sell tbi place reserving mineral right on place san be bought at a baajiln bee us lor a price No MFlfty acres near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house 5 room and porch Dun and olbroutbuildings Stcrvaln cultivation real In lye Well watr d yard from poatomcacboc church lays well on plb and In goodcouf- menu lrlce 150 1102112000 acre of land In Casey county or aa1101aIn cultivation llulldlngt In modem shape ax fearing gxl food timber Well at house all over plan and 2 creeks running through Will sell the se a whole lor llOW on easy terms or 1111 place to sub lureaaMn No215Anice little 6 ipom collate All new try outbuilding and a good garden About mails from Sunlofd Ibis is a cheap place Price 1600 tab No 21791 acre farm In pills ol Phil tiwrJ- loom dwelling store pour smoke hour ell crib etc All the buildings and fencing an In fair condition Itood orahard shout 76 arm In cultivation rut In gjul timber Walereo y a sever falling well and waters ot South tort Price floo No II7A rum of lOOatrwabout milts from Itanford lays welt and well watered A good par Iron of the farm In blu lira A comfortable dwelling std a large bIrD This property It on a plendld pike clow to Kho l etc Prk ID pel 70IOacreiofIand twottory Ironteotlage room bails etc house Is new a good garden aDd splendid orchard of on tad on ball sere rearing I table buggy house amok house etc A good well on pile There It alia I good mill on the place a good crusher In mill run by natural sower which Is great economy lad lb dam Is In splendid repair ThU praperl Is situate Inonvof the teal farming dliirieta of tb county about miles from otanlord then li alwaa a ready tale tor the Hour and meal ai soon aground Wi will tell tbli plus for 1400 i a bargain the buikllngtalon could nut be up for this money No UOA farm of 1M urn tyond Me Clnnty lays well well Improved and u right on pike No t1Kk barn n box stalls sold on tide and driveway in center 2 other baron andl tenant bousra Sroota brick resldenr and kitchen and all other necessary out bulldlngt talking and fencing In good recalr place well rutered claern at bun and house toad springs ec About urn la grace and lb real tn eel ivailon Price fJOCaOO No 154100 acre farm about lull this ltd ol Ihilby City room cottage 2 rorctaei No rood cellar under the kitchen loud barn of s talli crib etc BuUdlngi are In good repair and Ibe leDClDII are mednal Two lln1 and good land an puce About 48 urn lo timothy and Mover rear In woodland Price M080 No 1MA KO sere lam lying on Ulx river near andISaerealaiS tearing fruit true on lb place t story 8 n- odHUnr Ordinary stable sal a very ood tenant home Th buildings are la very- wdshaphutthefence1 s at0oC The plw li raiervd by never falling springs This hi a gooil lock farm and lo offered at a barxaln Price only 11100 No IsIlo acre farm pear IluatonvllI Hood welling acd barn a guod portion of this place- sold tw sold fur town lots lilt will watered aid Ibe and bnUdlngt are In good ooalltiu- urhisloueolthelestlarmln the county The tOil It rich and will produce btllllL Pries 111000 III No 4Two story tram dwelling room ballad veranda Uood garden fencing and house In repair For sal or rent Prlc ruatontbl No 81Noun and flee acre of land In JKKIn 111 Necessaryoutlwlldiuge Fencing good nd well watered place on ray errs No TI2d acre of good land ill rooms two tory dwelling well watered good fencing li be suburbs ol the city ot Stanford close tollraded Ghoul and eturchta This la a detirabl bom rice reason ails No J7 1 room frame ratttge and one acre laod In Klngivllle Ky large barn smoke hoax tc All bulidlngt and fencing In good repair lRice 1100 No lUItI acre ol land cottage of 4 room rood hall sail 1 porches iood barn and other ecraaary outliulldlngs Fencing anti buildings In ood repair Place well watenil a iplmdld well t house etc land li all level and produces well oung pile and peach orchard list farm It bout miles tram town Prlc No 203A 220 acre farm In the Wayntibuig ctlou about 2U tnlltt Irom 2 rail station loiwto pot office ttorei churches etc 11- htltn 2 county rued Rural Fee Uellver- youteby lace four room leg house a sidendld brn lidO boxing and has two pod she a It watered with never faling springs and a run nlcg bunch through the p ace It bat good rnc- Inl and outbuilding Price It dot Terms e uy- t402a1IWacrearia situated on the Waintt burK anti MI Vernon road aI 6 satin east cottage etc This- laceIaelongtoagentlemaaru falllornl and he Ill sell cheap and on easy terse NO 1IJA nice lute store room and dwellltg lboe rontlnllngol ttveral nicely furnished room bun and lot and all necessary oulbulldlngi Thll 110 kood repair on Males reettuKtanlord right In the bust es Irllou of This propertywill bsold nf a lurgtlu and a splendid oipuriunlty to nine one drtirlog to i In biiilmm Or anti Uwtlllog Wing imblncd will lie a gust saving in rent eic No 90J acres of land near Crab Orchard CbMP No One vacant lot In Junction City at lutbeatt corner of lucui and llrofion steer sating 50 feet on iiufiou street ad sunning mutton Lucutilrcrt 1ret rice cuh No Home aud lot on Logan street In titan ford hood ginlen lIe Everything good pair Price 11600 No zai 2ncres ol laud 2 dwellings f rooms icb large toliicco brulIt long next to the hat btrn lu Lincoln county 2 small nock buns his lays between good county ard 2 leading turoplkea All the building and acing are lu good repair Place It well watered- r gdmdsprings creek etc Splendid tobacco Itnd Ind w14 raise barrels of corn to the acre This rlace make the owner from 21 to 20 per cent on hit Investment atone ol If not the epapest- ttsaotland In Lincoln county If you ire loo- kgforabargalnthlsIyourchauce 1rtcechnp No 1111100 acre farm about 3 miles trans town ivs splendidly muttlr In cultivation well water I etc Small cottngs of fourroomt large burn roierty well fenced etc Price f per store N 42Seven room dwelling good cellar and acrn land liner lallloellaad spring Fencing aDd outbuildings In lair condition ODeal place cloe to town Will tnlt a small family CeDtrallentuckt Heal Estate Title Co REDUCED PRICES Suits t Jlctia to 8100 News 8050 Suits llctlucctl to 500 Jfcnd 8750 Suits llctluml to COO Mcu 8850 Suits Reduced to 700 MOils 8000 Stilts Reduced to 750 lewd 1000 Suits Reduced to 800 Moils 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mens 81250 Suits Reduced to 1100 Mens 81500 Suits Reduced to 1JOO- t 7ISummerClothing of this Season at Reduced Prices f SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Slices lints nUll Caps Ladies and Gouts Furnishings Etc tho store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Id The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Aurloultunil nail Mwhnnlonl iHtiuet 11olill of Kwitueky pITiir the fullowliu roui iof study normul rliool rliianl nliiu ehtiilltstlwagllroringnlrllengineeriualHlatng setgletrrting Moll nf which cxtPitilt ov r four yours nd lends to n masters war enure of ttnly M or sadIntrurtoreCounty nliwttllteS receive tuition nom twist In ilorntltortfi teal nml Unlit mind If they menthe trnvttllng xlI1- Th ea lnlwnrntorlwa mad iiiuwut are Inrg wll HIUIIM tomitrnniMUlve uiul tnotlTu Military tactics and nlnnct nn fully pnivlurtl for n rwjulrwl lir Oonnr t llrmlunto from the kewnd eouru of study rt nilllj nil tjeellcHl IMHUIOII ami lllnrit inuiirnitlon Thwdenmudlslnrgelyinmare M of nlilllty of the olleajeto kupiily The mntrlrulntlon for till last year wwa ImliKlIng SIIIIIIIIIT Nit NiwIallstaw iththenWwfanrytulrllmrotnaeietnlltahays rlinrKenf emits lItlflrlmnt itnnlurnl Kclenn Huniiiifr schools are provldwl for Nnlngnity miftivwrllig amid Intru tlon in aclenr ami art The Htiitf Ciill gr of Kentucky till MIlS liiitltutlun In tkto ftmiHionwvallb doing la iroNr eenw unlvornlty work The ronipletlDii of the ruling brae for young women provliln pal li Mr i luul lotliiiiig It la well tCIIIIII d wills lIlHcrlle atllnjl 11IIItItr ruott1n romp for pbyslesl culture It ffth111 All olllOrt Is tlnniitlonlwl to tbnn of n thorough nlH ntt n In ela modiTii nnituiian literature nrlniHf iimlbrHmltr logic inwtaphrtr history mud iollt v t n nny So sillier Initltutloii In tier Hlntv nlllhlla m fiirtbo l lIutt ol t8nil eomimrutili1 thox uttered liy the Mimi Iolfot ofKfiiturky A new llhrury HulhlliiK will through Ike JIfni4111r Mr Andrew eerselelreerwet l luring the xl roll Klnti y nr- Tb Normal lv mrtiu nt will Ito IMla Itlo fsollnt them wove brwtwtorsIna your largely Rsnrrnwwl nttviHliiniv with tb HHmwnlfHliHl growth of tb Hummer Normal irhooi tutu indIcote thnt mu rem uf pnM nly t sslae that ol nit previous ymra hat iH nrd for the Normnl iHjuirtiiHriit of th Mt lvt illju For oatnloKum motluxl of obtnlnlHR pMiintni ntt liiforinntlon rwtjnnllim courses nf study amid inrum of niliiilmlon apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to Al Hrntw lludnegwnl I silngtoii Ky Fall Tara begins hvptfiulicr ta Ifrt CDe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford K ntutkYIl CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 ROFFICERSr a S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W POCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J n Owattr Stanford U tiiANK Stanfard O W OAntNi TurneriTlli W n GCMMIM IreaehersTllle L O OMKJII Wajrneibart W TiiAruiK OllocrU Oreelc U L IlUHnir Lanoater W O WALKtn SUnfurJ J II FotTEti Stanford W H IIIIAlKtI8taalro1 J n IMXTOX Stanford M We rrttMotfully sollelt the nroounti ofhtdlthlunlrFirma nml Corporations hank and llankrrs and nr prvpnrvtl to furnlth nil ilrpiMltor tilth 110111 lit ns mireacon lttcnt with ante ImuUlnn Mod rn HuMy lIMlln Hoses Ds our nult fur rue of our l urtomer5 First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was tabUhed- at tbe Deposit lank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganised at the National Rank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganised as the First National link of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with laclllUe for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Itt long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Offoars J s HOOKKK Iro st T IlAHKls V PrestJl MOKOHRUTB Obr W II WKAKKNAsitObri Dlreotors F Ittld Danrllle T Harris Stanford J Hocker Stanford McKinneyM S II Ranchman Stanford T P Stanford Jat Robinson Hubble J n tlauchman Stanford J M Iettus Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford YOUR WANTS INDrugs Paints and Oils Window i Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST ISTANFORD is 1PERSONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions compoulldedI Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting and all tho Commercial Branches taught in the Commercial Department of tho HUK UEKNlirrr MKMOIUAL SCHOOL Students now holding good petitions Diplomas grahtedlto those who finish tho course Save one cost of a uces education September is the heat timo to begin Write fur pnrticulnlI J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky Ju4V- r