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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 24 1906 NO 37IProgram of the Hustoaville Fair r Which Begins Wednesday and Continues over Friday t No nest Southdown buck any age 2 Ewe any age 3 Buck lamb under 1 ycarl 4 Ewo lamb under 1 year coltb6 Mare colt 7 Mare and colt 8 Saddle gelding any age agottJ 11 Jack any age 12 Jonnctt any ago 13 Shetland pony 14 Boy rider under 10 years on Shet f11d pony nay rider under M years 1G Mare and mule colt 17 Brood mare 18 Mule colt either sax 19 Mule colt either sex by Victor Hu KO 20 Mare mule colt 21 horse mule colt 22 Mare mule any age ago consider ed 23 Home mule any age ago consider ed 24 Team of mules owned by same party 2li Prettioat baby girl under 6 years of age 25 Double team speed style Burn bility and soundness considered regard less of sex or ownership 26 Dull calf under year 27 Hull calf 1 year and under 2 27J Bull any age 28 Heifer calf under year 29 Heifer calf year and under 2 80 Cow any ago 31 Saddle mare or gelling any age H2 Saddle stallion any ago 88 New York saddle maro or gelding 31 Pair mach or carriage mares or geldings 36 Roadster maro or gelding 80 Handsomest single turnout No decorations 301 Colt either sox 37 Mule year and under 2 either Mule 2 years and under L either sex 39 Colt either sex by Dignity Dare 39J Colt either sex by Red Leaf 1 40 Harness stallion year and under 2 41 Harnaes mare year and under 2 42 HarntM galdlng year and under 43 HartteM mart t years old and under I 44 HarnoM nwroS years old and under I 48 HartMM mare 4 years oW andover 4ft Harness goldtng 4 years old and- over 47 harness stallion or gelding years old anti undur I48 lIalJHJlll gelding I years old and under 4 48J Harn H stulHon S years old and under 4 49 harness stallion 4 years old and over roo Sattdle stallion mare or gelding 61 Kond ter stallion mare or gelding R8 Saddle mare 4 years old and over 63 Saddle mare 2 years old and under M Saddle mare 3 years old and under 4 55 Saddle stallion year old and un f dor 2 50 Saddle maro year and under 2 57 Saddlo gelding year and under 2 W Saddle stallion or gelding 4 years old and over 50 Saddle stallion or goldlng years old and under 4 ft Saddle stallion or gelding 2 years old and under 3 61 Saddle stallion any age 02 Phaeton pony under IB hands 03 Fancy turnout team 01 Hocknwny mare or gelding 05 Fanciest Shetland pony turnout driven by boy and girl under 12 years single or double 06 Pair Shetland ponfus under Hi hands high 67 float stable of horses owned or handled by one party 4 or more horses OS Walking stallion maro or gelding Fancy saddle maro or gelling 70 Model stallion mare or gelding 71 Combined mare or gelding any age 72 Roadster stallion mare or gelding any ago speed style endurance and soundness considered Quick relief for Asthma Sufferers Foloyu Honey ami Tar affords 1m nicduto relief to uHlhmn sulTorors In the worst stages and if taken in time will effect n euro Pennys Drug- Store Kudynrd Kipling It Is said prefers the night hours for work frequently sitting up until 2 or 3 oclock lie Is most elaborate in his methods and pro nounces aloud every word that ho writes In order to test its fitness The confer nce of miners and operators at Terro Hante id failed to reach an agreement OUR CANDIDATE In this issue of the Register appears the announcement for Congress of the lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln county Mr Helm is well known to the people of this county as the man to whom they gave their allegiance in the campaign two years ago which as nil remember was won by Congressman Gilbert of Shelby Though ho went Into the con vention that year with the largest num ber of instructed votes by reason of the long deadlock and tho action of the committee which tricked him out of tho vote of Garrard county he was de feated In that convention his selec tion was the will of the voters of the district as evidenced by the preponder ating number of Instructed votes in his favor But when victory was taken from life grasp by the coalition of his opponents ho accepted defeat with be coming grace and is therefore accord ing to our view tho logical candidate for the honor today Wo supported Mr Helm in his previous race and having since that time had no reason to change our opinion are for him again He is in this race solely because he thinks he can win and we shall assist him to tho best of our nblillty The contest between tho candidates will be a friendly ono as all three are gentlemen who will conduct the campaign on a high plane Mr Helms record is without spot or blem- Ish he Is educated trained and experienced in matters that lit him eminently for tho position to which ho aspires and his service In the House would be such as to reflect the highest credit on his constituencyWe of Mr Helm a moment ago as being the logical candidate for this honor That he is and wo are confident it will be so recorded by the voters of the district But this fact did not deter him from giving the right of way to his gifted friend the late beloved Dick Miller Through tics of friend ship he yielded his protentions to those of his friend anti was one of Mr Mill ers most enthusiastic supporters The untimely death of Madisons brilliant son has however loft tho way clear and ho has now come to this county to claim his own And we have little doubt that he will be here accorded the same enthusiastic support that hn received two years ago The people of this county know Mr Helm as they do not know tho gentlemen opposing him they know he was entitled to the pom nation in the convention two years ago they know his record is straight and that ho Uof Congressional caliber and thinking of those things wo believe they will cast their ballots in his favor and give him the honor in an honest prima ry to which he was entitled in tho last convention by tho votes of the people Richmond Register The announcement of lion Harvey Holm as n dandldato for Congressman in this distdtt appears in this Issue Mr Helm is rll and favorably known throughout tho district and was tho contending candidate for tho nomina tion two years ago in the longdrawn out convention held hero when Mr Gilbert was nominated for the third time Ho came to Shclbyvlllc nt that time with more instructed votes than either of his opponents had and the conven tion was deadlocked until ho with drew and the honor was given to Mr Gilbert Mr Helm is a stalwart Democrat an untiring worker in tho party ranks an intelligent brainy man Ho is a mixer with men and will make n most ex cellent Congressman if elected She byville Record Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1900 as far as reported Ilustonvillo July 253 days Danville Aug 13days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Alg lli3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 21t duys 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 4fl days Monticello Sept 111 days Bowel Complaint In Children During the summer months children are subject to disorders of tho bowels vlflch should receive careful attention as soon as the llrst unnatural loose ness of tho bowels appears The best racdluiuo in use for bowel complaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed us it promptly controls any unnatural looseness of tho bowels For sale by Stanford Drug Co i The Standard Oil Co is canceling its leases on oil lands in many of Kentucky NEWS NOTES Four surf bathers were drowned at Atlantic City Saturday The overturning of a boat resulted in the drowning of two persons in the Sioux river A woman at Paragould Ark at tempted suicide by driving 10 penny nails in her head Charles Bliss who originated tho trick of walking on the ceiling is dead at Madison Wis French Stamper the most famous moonshiner in the mountains is dead In Rowan county Thirtytwo guests had a narrow es cape from suffocation during a fire in a small hotel In Chicago- A Wichita Kansas clerk has been notified that a 3000000 estate awaits him in New York City Alfred Belt the dead millionaire of South Africa left millions of dollars for charitable purposes- A dispatch from Tokio to a London paper states that fire at Yokohama de stroyed 100 Japanese houses The second son of the Duke of Man chester was christened In London with water from tho Mississippi river Announcement was made that Armstrong Co commission brokers of Memphis had suspended operations Tho St Marys Standard Chain Works nt Wapakoneta 0 were destroyed by fire Tho loss is flOOUOO An eightmonths old baby of Fred Rigga of Ashland attempted to swat low a screw and was choked to death The famous Garth will case at Georgetown was compromised by the payment to the contestants by 20000 Walter Ormond an Atlanta lawyer fell over board and was drowned from a steamer while on his way from Sa vatjnah Ga to New York The entire downtown business dis trict of Chicago was placarded Satur day with red stickers advertising Emma Goldmans magazine Millard Morgan was shot and probably fatally wounded by Millard Smith near Hoskinton Leslie county while the men were hunting turkeys New Yorks Department of Health is to inaugurate tubercular exhibitions in order to educate the people in simple preventives of tho white plague The people of Colombia celebrated the anniversary of their independence and in honor of the occasion the gov ernment released all political prisoners Caleb Powers contributed 10 toward tho 100000 fund to endow the Marcus A Hanna memorial chair of political science in the Western Reserve Uni versity of Clevelaud J S Portous of Paducah won a prize for being the tallest Elk and an other for being the leanest Elk at the reunion of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks at Denver- I um not a billionaire I am not worth as much as people say Iamhot onethird of it It is wrong for the newspapers to publish such stories said John D Rockefeller Four officers of the State Life In surance Company of Indiana drew three salaries up to the present year The Auditor of the Stato is invostigat CompanyArgument for bond in the case of John Abner and Joe Smith charged with the murder of Dr Cox at Jackson has been post poned at Irvine until July 31 The Panama canal bonds brought an average of 10395 The two largest successful bidders announced that af ter August 1 they would hold the bonds at 1014 plus three per cent interest Maj J Embry Allen of Lexington has been appointed Colonel of the Sec ond Kentucky regiment succeeding Col Roger S Williams who was recently appointed Brigadier General of the Guard Many Americans are fleeing from Mexico as a result of the threats being made against foreigners The Mexi can Government expresses the highest confidence in its ability tQ supppress the agitators and keep the peace u Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthropist 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 ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores Sidney Smith Lee Jr a grandnephew of Gen Robert E Lee be appointed by President Roosevelt a ond Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps Twenty Year Battle- I was u loser in a 20 year battle with chronic piles and malignant sores until I tried Bueklcns Arnica Salve which turned the tide by cur Ing both till not n trace remains writes A M Uruceof Fnrinvlllo Va Best for old Uulcers Cuts Hums and Wounds 25c atPennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard HUSTONVILLE Hitch feed and check your baggage at the fair with C L Ashley E S Powell sold a half interest last week in his suckling colt by Dignity Dare for 130 Wm North Sr will go to Pineville Saturday to look after his lands in that locality and enjoy the mountain air Rev S B Landers subject next Sunday is Specimens of Christian Stationery Evening Measure for MeasureThe of Rural Route Carrier No are hereby tendered to Mr and Mrs W P Carson for a delicious bas ket of peaches Mack Hughes sold a Dignity Dare filly tp Hubble Eubanks for 500 and they refused 700 for her before the week was gone In its article on the Hargis trial in its issue of the 20th the Danvillo News voiced the sentiment of 99 per cent of the people of this community The Lyceum Repertoire Co one of the best on the road will hold the boards at Alcorns Opera House this week at popular prices Get reserved seats at Yowells Lexington will get the fair patrons from this locality in contradistinction to the State fair at Louisville Our peo plo are averse to visiting cities larger than Lexington when largo crowds are thereMiss Mollie Walden will return this week from Springboro 0 where she has been visiting her sister Mrs 0 G Harrison Miss Darling Daugherty will visit Mrs T C Carter at Lawrence burg next week Prof R S Eubank will conduct the teachers institute at Williamsburg this week Mrs Eubank and son Warren will attend the institute in the interest of the Southern School Sourn alone of the best educational journals in the SouthNathan C Hicks will leave next week on a prospecting tour for Belgrande Mont and other localities Mr Ira Logan of Birmingham Ala is visit- Ing his friends and relatives here Ho was born and raised in the West End Mrs Lutie Carter of Lawrenceburg is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J W Eubanks Mack Peavyhouse who has been attending school at Knoxville is nt home for the fair George P Crow and wife of Danville were guests of Mrs W D Stagg Sunday Misses Anna and Zoo Ellis of Stanford will be guests of Mrs John Blain during the fair Jas P Harper of Salisbury N C arrived Sunday to remain until after the fair H R Oldaon of Roanoke Ala ar rived Sunday to visit relatives and at tend the fair Misses May Allene Vogt of Louisville and Pearl Rose of Shelby City will be the guests of Miss Kath crlne Hall during the fair Mr C L Holmes of Louisville is rusticating at Hotel Weatherford this week Miss Ella Burnett is back from a visit to friends in Louisvlle A Tragic Finish A watchman neglect permitted a leak In the great North Son dyke which u childs linger could have stopped to become n ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclvor of Vanceboro Mo permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery Ho writes Three doctors gave mo up to die of lung inflammation caused by a neg looted cold but Dr Kings New Die covery saved my life Guaranteed bust cough and cold cUlOnt Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn Bros Crab Orchard 60o and fl Trial bottle free At a revival meeting in Ashland a butcher rose and said that ho was the wickedest man in town and had given his customers short weight for years Id go to hell if I should die tonight ho continued Immediately an old dea con who was in tho grocery business started the hymn If you get there be fore I do tell them that Im coming too and tho grocer wondered why every body laughed DontBo Backward Do not hesitate to ask for a free samplo of Chamberlains Stomach nod Liver Tablets Wo are glad to give them to anyone who Is troubled with biliousness constipation or any disorder of the stomach Many have been permanently cured by tholr use Stanford Drug Co Charles D Schmidt jealous of his wife shot and killed her at Helena Mont and turned the gun on Jiimself but way only wounde- dStimulation WithoutIrrita tion That is tho watchword That is what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup docs Cleanses und stimulates the bowels without irritation in any form Pennys Drug Store rte Hemp Knives at t wrH HIGGJNS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY Mr Ewing Young S Ion tfort Ill Cured by Zmo After Six Year Torment and HmDhdoOI ZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE w READ 1 MR YOUNGS LETTER IL W Ross MKDICIK Co St Louis Va STONEFORT ILL April 3 1905 plcturobeforahundreddollarsEightbottlesZEMO is the best remedy in the world for any 0 r T Ycwrtakin disease Yours very truly lr Jv GUARANTEED AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD Call and get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your money back Good for roast turkey loam etc Works on top of stove as well in oven o GEORGE Ha HARRIS Stanford Kentucky Special Bargains in Refrig= erators and Water Coolers t George DP Hopper Stanfor Ky Groceries and Hardware Atlantic City Cape May and Other Coast IResorts tasks 1600 HoundTrip via Chesapeake A Ohio fly THURSDAY AUG 2 100G Tickets good 15 days und permitting stopover at Washington Baltimore mill Philadelphia returning Through sleepers und coaches no change of ears 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 SEPT 81906 Our faculty is strong equipment firstclass surroundings comfortable collegcvork done on college principles work accepted by tho best institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont send oil to school when you have as good or bettor advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky H tThe Interior Journal i E C WALTON t yHARVEY HELM of Lincoln county 1n cnniltdntp to rrpr Bent till KlRlitli ColiRrosslonnl District of Kentucky In PoiiKresi to rurcced Hon U t n JlltHrt subject to tho iictloit of the dI1 ocratlc pr lI111ry Hept1 JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county Is n candidate to repre lent the Eighth CoogrrMlODHl district of Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion G 1OJ1Gllbert subject to the action of tbe Dem t t M F NORTH Ii n cnndlilutv for RcprvMtntntlvtof Llneoln county subject to the action of the Hem 0 cretin party t PROF QUEDLIN of the Chicago Unl versify Is another of the seekers after notoriety of which that institution f seems especially prolific He advo sates probationary marriage and claims that they are the only solution of the marriage and divorce problem He suggests six months as the probi Inary term but makes no suggestion 0 as to what is to become of the womni if the couple decides that they are not cut out for each other The propos tion is on par with that of killing men at 60 and of putting out of the way of incurables and those affected with hor rible disease all three of which we be iilievj originated in this wonderful un Crested Jayhawker always did call a spado a spade and we are glad to hear that ho continues to do so in his present race for Congres A dispatch t says that at Humphrey Casey county i at the conclusion of his speech Mi White was called upon to admit or deny certain statements in the deposition or W S Taylor in the Congressional rac of White against Boreing Mr Whit lost his temper and in an infuriated de nunciation of Taylor said that he Tay lor had conceived assassination and worthy of a front seat in hell1 1wasTEDDY has played another trum card by yielding to the demands of the labor unions for an enforcement of the eighthour a day law which althoug it has been on tho statute books for 14 years has not been enforced Candid ates for Congress this fall will now be able to prate over tho claim that tho Republican party is the only true friend of the laboring man IT is a source of general regret tha Hon W J Price of Boyle was compelled to retire from the race for Con gress on account of ill health He wa taken ill during his speech at Law renceburg a week ago and is still in a dangerous condition Mr Price had many friends and supporters all over the district and would have made a I magnificent race VIRGINIA will issue a homecoming proclamation next year to her childre to visit the Jamestown Exposition r but those of us who have made Ken tucky our home will be so ashamed of the way the Kentucky Legislature treated the mother State that we wil have to go back incog MONEY is certainly plentiful in this country when 2 per cent Panama Ca nal bonds issued by the U S government find rapid sale at nearly 4 percent premium That is to say 580000 000 of these bonds are taken the buy ers giving two years interest for the privilege Tim State Fair held at Owensboro in 1903 was a little long about paying its debts but it finally did so A check i received Saturday squared a small ad that had been on our 11vertislngbill years It was a case of better late than never A GEORGIA solon is serving his 21st I in the Legislature There are sev 4eral men in Lincoln county who would like to spend the balance of their lives in Kentuckys Legislative halls and a they are trying their best to do so tPO AL Richmond and Somerset post jThehave seen allowed 100 each for clerk hire James D Black of Barbour 1Judgeexpected to announce for the Democratic nomination for Attorney daystCongressman Ed wards from at Columbia That night he had an appointment to speak and less than a dozen gatherrtl to hear him William Jennings Bryan will be given a public reception and welcome home by the Democrats of Louisville and the entire South soon after the Eastern Democrats get through welcoming him Milo B Shanks and Henry Taylor leading lights of the Kentucky Repub lican Club in Washington and em ployes of the Government Printing Of fice have been reduced in salary Shanks from 2000 to 1200 and Tay lor from 1400 to 1200 of political fiascoes the- McCrearyBlackburnHays confer once takes the cake Jemes has certainly lost his cunning As endors er of Boni Hays fight upon Kentucky Democracy he has surely gotten off the of his enemieeSom fence on the side crset Journal William J Bryan has accepted an invitation to speak in Cincinnati about September 10 Warrtn Moody town attorney of Shoshone Wyo was shot from ambush and killed lie was a son of U S SenI ator Moody- The work of opening and classifying bids for the 30000000 Panama canal bond issue has begun at the treasury department in Washington- A dispatch says that Washington Re publicans are in high glee over tho Democratic split in Kentucky They should however restrain themsplv from being premature Democratic fights aro like cat fights The one produces more Democrats the other more catsFrankfort Journal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mnttcrson Wilkinson an aged citizen of Liberty is dead Raymond Mills aged 21 is dead at Ellisburg Casey county After being shot twice in the nbd Imen Mack Woods colored at Somer set took the pistol away from Marshall Wilder who had shot him and killed Wilder Mrs Salida Sallee was found dead by the roadside near Harrodaburg with her four little children huddled around her body She had bad domestic troubles and is believed to have suicide George and Edgar Chadwell and Zeke Payne have brought suit against tho L N railroad for 10000 each for in- Juries suffered by being struck by u train at the Richmond crossing in Lai casterHorace Disponnett a well knou young farmer of the lower part of Anderson county was instantly killed by a stroke of lightning Pete Disponnetl who was with him at the time wlS knocked uneoncious and is in a critical condition CHURCH MATTERS Rev Frederick Detweiler of Louisville has accepted a call to tho pastor ate of the Presbyterian church at Bar bourvilleThe Baptist church at Bluste will be dedicated on the first Sunday in August All day service dinner on the ground Eld J Q Montgomery is circulating a subscription to raise 300 to repair the Christian church It was badly wrecked in the storm of June 23 Liberty News Judge Childress of the Second Circuit Court Nashville granted an in junction restraining all of those who claim to be still Cumberland Presbyterians from interfering in any way with the services or judicatories of the part of the Presbyterian Church formerly known as Cumberland Presbyterians- The meeting at the First Baptist Church closed Sunday with 15 additions to the church 9 by baptism and by letter The sledgehammer blows oi Rev Porter against the wickedness of the times and tho inertia of Christian were calculated to be helpful to the muse of good citizenship Somersel Journal Only 82 Years Old I am only 82 years old and dun expect oven when I get to be real oli to feel that way as long as I can get Electric Bitters says Mrs E II Brunson of Dublin Ga Surer theres nothing else keeps the old at young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dys popsla torpid liver iallamed kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown after taking Electric Bitters a reasonable time Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Price 60c liON HARVEY HELM announced his andidacy for Congress at Lancaster yesterday in a short speech that was well received Mr Helm has a large umber of friends and admirers in Gar and who have pledged their support to him Mr James I Hamilton who is undecided yet as to whether or not ho will make the race also had a few words to say CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and- o 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 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky The 37th annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association began at 11 oclock yesterday with a luncheon at- the Old given by the Courier Journal and the Louisville Times The editors left at 1201 for Grayson Springs hero a reception was held last night A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with spring ffOlD a torpid liver and blockaded owels unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kings NeIV Life Pills tho plbasantest and most effective cure for Constipation lhey prevent Appendicitis and tone up the system 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard BJack rust appearing in spring wheat has some but ex erts lay that the crop will not be in JuredMuch straw may result from the winter crop MATRIMONIAL M J Fisher aged 60 and Mrs Susan Shortridge 67 were married Ilt AshlandCarl Hanger formerly of Laurel county but now a Shelby county farmer was married in Louisville last week to Mrs R Gugel a handsome widow War Against Consumption All nations arc endeavoring to check tho ravage of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar euros coughs and cold perfectly und you are in no danger of consumption Do notfIsk your health by taking some unknown prcparatlo when Foleys honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Tho genuine is in a yellow paccago Pennys Drug- Store TilE Hustonville Fair begins tomorrow FARM FOR SALE Huvlnt movixl tollt erU Cm k I dell toxII my fnrin of luinrrc on the Stnnln t Umli urcltnnl Ilk r milts from Inih Or rhnnl Harm U will Improvixl with con A otttlulhuaIn tll look oor the plncv can mil tm Mr Helnui who lives on tin fnrin H J HMITH IWwrtsXrwk Ky PUBL1CJ3ALEI Hit fP KHI A Y Jr1Ysl lust I a MHT fur of the Board of rru tw will over t Idddtmher grounds on HOUtfunl plkt Ollbllnllllt l here motv or lew fhe building In n good brick Htructure anti eotildmilly le miule residence without n great deal of tint Kali will lake plncv nt strso r x JC HAUKKltKfrrlflry A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Oweley Building 120- 0Lexington KentuckyT- O 9m Point comfort and Return Vil Chesapeake do Ohio Ry Monday Filly 23d Saturday Aug 1115 good for stop avets in the raouu nine CommissionersSI l Lincoln Circuit Court Milton HImp onet nl 1lulnlllTi VI Jor dnll Hill et n HofemlanU Notice of Hale Iuniiniu to n judgment of the Lincoln Ircult court rendered In the above ktylml otlon at the June tt nn wn the umltir PlI Matter Comml tloner of laid court will jrt MON nAYthu IS In front of the court houru ilcor In Stan onl Ky between I and ISW P t sell nt julillc outcry to the highest nnd set bidder the rent eitnte which U li relniilter dvncrlb- The object of thin unit U to mtlify n Judg evertrlagntnttiledtfeudntetfortlue mini re of rYilH and IIhr of percent per annuli from Murch mill pnld together with the emU of this elton The Ntldrealcshttt roiulntn of two idjolnlnR boundnrliD of land which will Iw old in mi entirety iltuated n Llncolncoun tv on tile wnter of Lick bninch Inngheg Fork Tile Ilrnt tract It thiu de crlbeilt IteglnnlnK at n corner of Murphy IInd Ooffey tttence H 13 K lllOlIO llnk to tone In the road thence H t M P lIllink to a stone In the rnaUt thence poleiy4Inn thence n take III Murphy line thence H lH W II lobes link to beginning Tnoren more or I- cTheecondlntutndjulnflCabove and U oundetl by the laiidn of John 1tuh David aUKherty Wllllnm Mrtormnck nnd con utiu three acres of land more or lets The Mile will be made on n credit of six ontlasundthe erwillle required 10 Rive land for the lurhIrle with np ruvttl security ImYIIl le to Comiiils IlonrlIllll bearing interest nt the rate of annum from date of tale until This bond will have tine furze and ll- rUlt of n Judgment and to further secure Ihe the purchase price lien wll 1retained on the real estate GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Murphy Dlnwlddlo PlalntlfTs 1VlolII aortoll et III hetnltllnt Nonce of leIumunnt to n Judgment of the Lincoln clrcllit court IICtlOI1 nt tho Juno term luoitlw undersign d Matter Jommlfsloner will on MONDAY tWl1llItween nnd lift P H In front of the cOllrt housu door In Htiinlonl Ky veil nt ilbllc outcry to the highest and twit bidder itreal estate which Is hereinafter doacrlb d Thin sale will made for the purnoxe of division the title thereto having been trlved thereto by plnlntllTs suet defendant rein by descent from John U Dlnwlddle HIIIII real estate U In Lincoln county Ky U hounded ns follows HeglnnliiK nj n one forner to lot formerly owniil Bud night lIyl C Dlnwlddle of Louise McKlU py running WJ W poles link to n like on the Jenrral Jarman line thence N t with his hisDust ol to Janminii corner lence with HMKU poles 2J links ount OwnleyH corner thence lay with In lark line poles Fount OwsleyN corner lence 41J K poles to a tone corner to I Mdlvnimlot tbenc Haya W with said Iveiunud Dlnwlddlo lots to tlltl hllnnllllC jiitalnlne one and onesixth I 10 acres moro or leas For the purchate price the purchaser 1tl required to give bond with approved nrlty bearing Interest at 8 per cent from IIlIto of kale Bud having thu force anti elect IIYIIbloionic Dlnwlddle fwd Vlolu Morton nnd wlllloe dun and payable an each of the afore IlIld persons arrive lit the iigu of year tRch of teem being entitled to ono burth lervof However thould Itoltert Durham iliinllnii of plnlntllTK exvcute tho retUlre l h01l11 then tho portions duo plnlntllTs may bu any time nltor six months from1111111nt And should John nardlan of defendnnts oxecutn required onilj then the jrarUon due VIola Morton pald to tiny tune not len- thlln six month Arter dnte of Mile However nt any time after continuation of the re lortof sale niutllclent amount of the pur chille honey may bo paid to satisfy the stsof this action udallattorneys fees OEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C PA KER BALSAM I CIne HALF butue to irons a Imutlanl powUu WTtr Talus to lteaorsosay hate todCut r Wlt tutuerlas Desirable Home For Sale I wish to sell privately my home or Ijin caster Avenue The IIICl Is n two slrr frame building ot rooms nnd Is III plennlil repair The olltllollallnIIt1WIIIIII convenient lot euntnln nuns of mutt nnd 18 well foramnuerdweillngUal onnne for further urtlculnn W K W Alts Kit Htnnfonl Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran- Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer III und Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Itulsnl Letters n Omte nhti work Wanetburi ly It 1l9edgsllA- gtNOTICE J hnvr two large stoniroom for sale nt Orlando Itockrimtle county one of std- ruuushnd xTU the other SUxfi with two fxtu41 to liu worth of urmrii invrelniiidltv three town lots ahiUthd n ulNiiit 314 crew onti coal wiirwhoiuw Uilslo I goal toilor lwl11l1l1 IwildhIgs epttHgi louses oltlllrht IIWI Annual sales ntlllrlhlllltlll leth tf IJndiin yrar liver n million feet ol good wliltwonk r chotniit liliw tllll lnr Alto nloutyttluulettI x plar whltv ask phestuui nnd on liMit About rivfiiilleiilroin rallnwaltweaw milli Jim movliiK Into the nlxie iKiuiulnry of tliiilHr Writ fur further partlculHr J A WIIIIIOrlllndo Ky Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We ore prepared to write Iniurnnce Life Accident Fire or Tornado Ind solicit the buntne of tho eltlrent of he Kmt Ind None but the best cotulMn hl repretonud- Hico with Crab Orchard Banking Qo law a talk with us before placing your In urnnce of renewing old policies Lilt your property with us and we sell it lor you charging you only a small per tent POSTED We whose name appear below itrlctlj lor bid hunting tubing or any kind of trei ailing on our place sod will prosecute lolatori to the full extent of tbe law Un Kate Ador Relcbenbacb Bro Fred VonOruonlK n Albert VonQruent Fred VonAllman Fred llaumnnn Alfred Blmpcon Oeorgo Holmes Mill Mattie H Oewei I Kelchenbaeb Charles Cummins Joe Ballon A U Dunn S U Holmes W E Amoo WIt Daugherty M J Hoffman It D Klmore Peter W arter J Ne ln Carter Mr M Hayden Welch A D Root J K Brace F Gbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll FVJConn John B CamenUch Sam Tftlbrl ge Peter Balmer Charles Koitlln Frank Cordler John Utter Samuel Llndwir Jacob Qacder Mr Alice Ljtle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L T Nqnnelley J w naughmao Cnrlsteoa Oravton J 0 Carpenter Jacob jrstweln Sam Damiron Mr M J Athlock Frill Hnndorf taraw lLalt II PRESCRIPTIONS II I THREE THINGSI IIntelligence does of tho u I tacit uiideretnnding that Ire to go in nlwaysInll I knows they WILL go in thcyI you hring his order to us 1SlaH BECK Drug rI HENR- YATTERSONSW PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not beard of tbe Courier Jonrhal Democratic- In all thing fair in all things clean in all thIng It la ettentlaljy a family paper Dy s special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIEROURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the corn bination to upnot to tbe CourierJournal Hn opportunity Such as this you seldom find is THIS ONE I offered you today A few of those ALL WOOL TWOPIECE SUITS to close at 500 Per Suit Are not shelf worn not old stock but all light colors Also a few light colored THREE r 1 PIECE SUITS perfectly allwool Nothing in these lots worth less than 750 Some of them are 10 1250 and 15 Suits The price of all is 5 per suit to close them out H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY ISummer Comfort and The dPthc skin are responsible CleanlinessJtroubles Summer dust the stain of iTworkthem out to development j blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow of health GENEROUS If you call at our store we will gladly give you SAMPLE free a generous sample of the cream and a copy FREEof the famous book A Trtttut in Hartal Mtnagt PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD KENTUCKY e sr rasrtrar arre Ir arI I I Rubber DODDDaOQ Rubber II j Not rubber neck but RUKEROID tho best roofing nmilo for the money will last longer than any ready roofing on the tJ market A trial will convince Investigate ISucrand Plumber idgeI I I etallar Iragas res nsrs Give Your Children an EducationI SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 yens has had u rapid continual growth Nino Depart ments ns follows Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical The cost is email instruction thorough location healthful influence wholesome Write for Catalogue i r 4rJ C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDON KY J r T li We Will Continue to Sell nClho following prices until tho lots nro closed out t ft t v JJcCnlicovit I OjoriI 12o Lawns ICo Lawns He L hew sizes in ChildrmiVi Slippers jOe t olljiriceBOc priceDuck Chewed null J BTANFOHD KY Jnv 24 1100 ice Cream Soda at Penny PERSONALS CAKTBR vUlted relative In Monttcullo JOHN DOWNRR Jti la wlthSomoriot friends MR THOMAS II SHANKS roturnetl to Kansas City yesterday 4 Mn MATT Voou8ON of Danville passed through Mlddloaboro last week JQIUN J McCAtu of ML Vornon tans with hte sister Mrs oJ I Horrln MR JURUY SMITH and family of Jol Ilea are with liar mother In tho West End r SAM BAOI wife and little daughter of Sullivan III ore with Mr John W Rods DR W It OllANSON Will in Hock castle on proto bustnoM last week Cot J P ClilNN of Harrodsburg hat bean n guest at Crab Orchard Springs nOR to the wife of Mr A H Severance of Corbin a girl Nonnio Sue SeveranceMRS Eo InuiTT of Burnside is with her parents Mr and Mrs Bedell Chancellor MR JAMBS D SIIBLIIY and family of Junction City spent Sunday with friends hero X Miw VIKOINIA WARRBN returned to Middlesboro Saturday after a visit to friends hero MRS JAMBB SIIEARIN and children of Indianapolis are guests of Mrs J S Campbell MRS J B BUCK and little daughter of Somerset viiitcd the family of Mr J William neck MR HENRY TATS wife and little ton Loren are guests of Mr and Mw M M Sweeney HHV B J PlNKBRTON wns hero In t tho Interest of CompbcllHngarman College Lexington MRS W J DOZIBR and children of AinUo Ln are with her parents Mr and Mrs E T Pence MR J S OwaUBY JR returned Sunday from a visit to relatives at Nashville and Franklin MRS JAMBS Goocii of McHinnoy the aged mother of Mrs W S Jones to threatened with fever J MR IxUi W VOLK n young busi L ness man of Louisville ia visiting Mr Sam Robinson this week MRS M M BOKORD of New York City has been with her brother Mr r lint Anderson in tho West End MRS WM SBVBRANCE went up to Corbln yuatcrday to spend a stew days with Mr nnd Mra A II Severance MR AND MRS W M BOGLE of Mobile who have been with Lancaster rei- atives passed through to Greensburg Saturday MR A C ALKORD who Is building 30 odd cottages at C H Colemans mines near Pincville spent Sunday with his wife here bins L M OMEU and children and little Miss Lucy Leo Walton left yea terday morning for Richmond Vn to visit relatives MRS SIIKITON M SAUFLEY returned to Frankfort Saturday busses Sallie Mills and Annlo VnnArndnlo Craig ac companied her homo MRS J IloY II ROSE and handsome son of Hustonvillo were hero Sunday J to meet tho husband and father who has n good position at Corbin MUSBS SUSIE THOMPSON ttoca Ba ker nnd Maymo Ferguson left Tuesday for Crab Orchard Springs to spend soy 4 eral daysMt Vernon Signal MRS J M SEWELL and children t who have been visiting tho family of Mr E T Pcnccleft yesterday for their homo nt Independence Mo Miss Kato Pence accompanied them HAYUEN of Kansas MR AND EWING B City will arrive today to bo the guests of Mrs W G Welch for a few ti days Mr Jll1yden Is an old Stanford merchant and is pleasantly remembered tfby many friends here of Christian MR K C CRENSHAW for Commissioner of Agriculture paid this once a call Fri day Mr Crenshaw Is a deputy under of Agriculture Vreelandi farmeran experienced office ho seeks of the- Stanford FOBFALUS Male Semlnl1ryJcall Saturday an ed at this school He Is thorough educator and has a well equipped J News Mn G L PENNY is in IoUlsvllloI Miss CLARA SIIEARIN Ia thought toIbe much better Miss ILA HOLDAM of Crab Orchard in assisting her father in tho cjrcult clerks ofllcc- MIS8B8 MARY HIGGINS and Mary Mc Roberta are visiting Miss Lottie Mc Roberta at Lancaster WALLACE SINOLUTON has typhoid fo vor Ills brother Bolivar is just out after a weeks illness TUB following ladies and gontlcmcn will go up to Crab Orchard Springs to day to spend a week or so Misses Jcn ale Lynn Clara Cooper and Sara Dan leis rued Messrs Goo B Cooper and J N Monofec Jr LOCALS 115 UAIN COATfl this wcelntF9goo style good cloth Severance Son NEW red polka dot lawns and Swisses on tho bargain table this week Sever ance Son Tim Myers House is for private ly Mrs E P Owsley nnd Miss Pearl Burnslde Stanford MCCLARare offering n 25 per cent reduction on low cut shoes underwear and straw hats JOlt RENT Tho storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office THE STREET COMMITTEE is doing some good work cleaning up find repairing the various streets Let the good workcontinue THERE are two vacancies to be filled in tho Stanford Graded Schoola high school position and ono in tho grades Apply to T D Raney aecy WB will pleashave all our old customers let us do their carriage repairing and horseshoeing Our shop is task of depot Melee Son THE dancing authorities havo decreed that there shall bo no moro hugging in tho waltz Hops will decrease in num her now that this horrible edict has KLO out ALMBKJohn M Palmer aged nl out 80 died at his homo near Lan caster after a years Illness Ho was ono of tho most prominent farmers In Garrard county and is survived by a number of grown children who reside in this and other parts of Kentucky ANENT tho Parable on Tobacco printed In our last issue Mr M D Elmore hands us tho following which ho thinks should havo been added to the article And now you see tobacco is an evil weed It was the devil that sowed the seed It drains your pockets nnd stains your clothes And makes a chimney of your nose GOOD Jot prison commis slon has appointed Rev Joseph Sever once of Newtown Scott county as chaplain at tho Frankfort penitentiary to succeed Rev T F Tallafcrro The position pays 1200 a year Rev Sow erance is a minister of the Christian de nomination nnd n brother of Mr Will Severance of this place e MR ADAM PENCE decided a few days ago to go West and grow up with Uio country and accordingly packed his trunk and took it to tho depot Sunday After sleeping on tho matter that night ho arose early and by 6 oclock Monday morning ho was at the depot for his luggage fully determined to remain In Lincoln county tho balance of his life A good conclusion THE Phillips Bros H D and J M sro doing considerable concrete work in town They have recently completed beautiful walks for Messrs C It Cole roan and Walter Warren and are completing their concrete storeroom on the corner of Main Street and Logan Avenue Mr II D Phillips will build a cottage of concrete on the lot on Logan Avenue ho bought of Leo Stone some timo ago Tile Hustonvillo Fair begins tomorrow and continues over Friday Our West End friends have made big prep rations for this event and are expect ing an immense crowd Enough horses to make a firstclass show were on the grounds Sunday and tho word from there Is still they come ItIt will bo a big week in tho West End capital and you had better join tho throng that will gather there tho first day and remain until tho last ring Friday afternoon Did You Come ors to our fnlo Those who did enjoyed tho feast of Imrguing We sbtd lots of goods but have eomo desirable things left11ro will continue to offer nil Summer goods nt reduced prices Many good things in REMNANTS lust SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I lnSLlCIOU8 THE L N Is building severalsoc lion houses at Rowland KEEP n close watch the air ship on July 25 20 27 at tho Hustonvillo fair LOST Ilnyspatent leather lace shoes No3 Return to E L Rein hart FOR SALH New l gepeasbeeta- nd other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbnrd THE L N will run another 176 roundtrip excursion to Louisville from this place Aug 5 OLYMPIAN SPRINGS is now open for the treatment of rheumatism nervous nose indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F M Sims propr iDONT forget the sale of rent cstnte and personalty on Saturday Aug 4 Crab Orchard of Mr Ablo Bryant He has lot to sell and will no doubt get a bargain See atenext issue TilE tax books ore ready Come in and get your recelpL The penalty goes on a month earlier this year thin heretofore the last legislature halving made Nov 1 the day T J Hill Sher- Iff TilE directors of the Stanford fall met Saturday afternoon and decided to have another exhibition next year It will be on a much larger scale and am phitheatre room will be Increased sev oral fold AT Lancaster yesterday a large and enthusiastic meeting was held by the staunch Garrard county democracy to endorse Senator James B McCreary for reelection lion R II Tomlinson was made chairman and Mr J Wade Walker secretary Strong resolutions were passed lION HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county who made a fine showing in th- race for tho congressional nominatibn two years ngo has announced again in the Eighth district He is a finely equipped young lawyer ambitious and competent and wo predict that he will set a pace that will alarm his competi tars from the start lIe is a fino campaigner and is the possessor of a clean political record Frankfort Journal liON HARVEY HELM spent Sunday at his home here nnd was in fine spirits over his race for the democratic nomi nation for Congress He has visited several counties including Madison and says his chances for carrying them are as good aa he could wish In Mad- Ison the democrats are for him almost to a man lie has heard most gratifying reports from Shelby Spencer and Anderson while Rockcastlo is as solid for him this time as that county was two years ago Gnrrnrd friends pledge him n good vote and Jessamine will ma terially help him Gilbert delegates from Shelby and Spencer to the famous deadlocked convention at Shelbyville pro Helm workers now believing ho is the logical candidate for Congress and remembering his gallant fight against treat odds To us it looks like easy sailing for our friend and county man and heres hoping his majority may be far up into the thousands Mr Helms incumbency of tho office of county attorney for two terms made him a few enemies of course but his manly fight for justice and right should make rightthinking people rally to his support and cause them not only to talk for Mr Holm but work for him County pride should make old Lincoln roll up such a majority for him as she never did before It has been nearly a century since this good county had a democratic representative in Congress and a good many of 6ur people are thoughtless OB to the benefit one would be Suppose for instance Mr Bryan should bo nominated and elected and we had Mr Helm in Congress in slang parlance wouldnt we be in It 1 We might get a public building liko Rich mond did when Senator McCrcary was represcuting this district Any way with democrats in power there would bo offices galore to distribute and Mr Helm would make a capital distributor However Lincoln county democrats do not have to be reminded of tho hope of office to make them vote and support a homo man They have too much pride for that and we predict they will ur theIhome county The more wo hear Congressman the better it sounds Lets him Congressman Helm s J H DUNN has sold his drug store at Paint Lick to J M Metcalf who has taken chargeITUB Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs Woodle halo at the Myers House at 330 Friday afternoon TUB Lancaster wasa success from every standpoint The attend anco numbered 4814 and the show of stock was par excellence e TUB colored teachers institute con venal at the Baptist church yesterday morning at 1030 Tho opening exercises were conducted by Pastor A L Candler Supt Singleton after a brief but instructive talk introduced Prof F L Williams the conductor The out lino of the work was given by the con ductor Committees on programs and resolutions were appointed and the real purposes of education were introduces by the conductor and discussed by the institute A good attendance is an swering the roll calls T JHiLL Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty passed through Lexington this morning on his way to Wyoming 0 says a dispatch from Lexington to wing back for trial Ad Givens colored who is under indictment in Lincoln county for criminal assault The crime which was committed several months ago caused great excitement and indignation in Lincoln county Tho Negro escaped but was Thursday identified by means of photographs Sheriff Hill had a requisition issued by Governor Beckham Mr 11111returned home yesterday without Givens stating that ho had left Wyoming before he arrived on the scene August ins wellknown farmer was hutted to death by a muley cow at Gdwardsville III PUBLIC SALE Aatulmlnlfttnitor d howls non with the will nnnexedof leo W Jiunon I will on- HATITIIIIAY AllfllWT IIM nt nloul i P 1011 the premUei oltor for pale ut imlillc outcry thl following rrul en Inter Klrnt Uio liiuno plnci or the Into w Jninon rontnlnlnu about n ncrc s of Innd on IIII there Is n now brick hon outhulldingthethe cnrjionite limit of Trail Orcluml Herond IhoIrnuudwelIInghuuse and lot on tho KnU tilde of John street In Ornli Orrluinl Kynov occupied hy Mm M V Hliilfr Tin tTiiih will lx nnnouiiCMl on lny ot Nile J H lAX ntx AdmrAc PUBLIC SALE If not sold privately I will on Wednesday Aug 1506 lit hrrudstsat1O1OTION The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property factorybulldlugMulct ono horse power lollrrlnllequlpntentofCnn Ming mnchlnerv with txj ncity or Ifiuu run entpdytItoundlot M well loriitinl on the I A N railroad dlolTilekind of mnmifnrturlng enterprise or would nuikeii cnpltnl plncefor rehnndllng toUio ro For further Information cull on or nd drtM Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAR DFiat LnrMgr Price r Reduction We have reduced the Price 25 Per Cent on all Lawns Batistes and Fancy White Goods W E PERKINSCrab JWill Go Free esofelaw We will continuo to givo with purchases of 82 83 nnd 85 the beautiful Glagswtire This was intoudcd for the enlo but it caino in too late Come rind take ndvantnge of this liberal offer Ir 1 Ii MidSunner Clearance i i Sale ar i 25 Per Cent Reduction ionOxfords Straw i Hats and Un i derwear i s s lltlitr 8500 Oxfords lew 25 per cent 83 75 3 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent 2 63 3 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 2 25 i 2 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 88 2 00 Oxfords Jess 25 per cent t 50 1 60 Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 13 2 00 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 1 i 100 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 50 Underwear less 25 per cent 50j25 Underwear less 25 per cent iSi CUMMINSMCLARYI s1K1O1 Ni11A1 i7 LN11ti z3i + it41H h43hFii4 + htFtH F I I1Mii + + WEIIt H p- tf4ISE61RL 1 The Biggest Values ever Shown in TI IIII 72Inch Wide All Linen 1 Value at 73c Per Yard Others for 23c per yardand up WF H I F bF F L M HUEY CO I Dry Goods Notions Shoes J 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY c It lfoCtt II II Interior Journal i fThe Entered in lite PottOffice at Stanford aI ttecnddats matter TT3BUBIIUD TUESUAYH AND FIUDVC AT 100 PER YEAR CASH I When not no paid IJOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney rBOrBIKTOR Livery Fool and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky1 t Horses wellled and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates i t NEW LIVERY STABLE BTiaKE a CLABESON Price JUNCTION CITY KY 71rstClM Turnouts at Reasonable Kates Special Attention to TraTellng Men and Bay For B- aleINSURANCE i i Wlnd Lite end Fire Lightning Accident the 8TUONOE8T And JK8T Companies RepresentedI rnylngilleo lbl9 Kate IUmm teed trdjUncquallod TalkuLL- L1MAHONY Stanford Kentucky llesldence Ihone No 82 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred- You can set them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed Stable Danville Ky tSIIH BDCARTERSuccessor t Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Hones on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale I with to tell Privately my turn of lto acresB miles Went wellilutpror dand Lex haIt IsIngton pike plenty of water and timber Veil kneed and In good repntr- Also an unimproved farm of 100 ncres lying midway between Wllcnater and lbs Jngton pike Good outuet each 8 Well lanced Terms reasonable TIluaUUNG 1larkabury Ky 1iGive Me Your Order Please You eTothlng when there highMgrade rendYlllado lulh u measurement taken by tin experIenced tour I have a handsome lino Hprlng am Summer goods I can make from n low prIce basinet suit to the finest dress suit rercontn trousers und fancy wets The company I represent Is one of the beet H C RUPLEY the Tailor t JJa2t1 Traylor DEALIB iw WHISK Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc capentl House STANFORD KY Close to Depot Nothtne U Ibl baa olltt attsntlonPrompt yrcBptatttntlon drink Mdi pbbs er telgup order receive e wdCeeary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HariieflsSaddlery oc STANFORD = KENTUCKY Omen Phone 107 nome Ihone 33 fie L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm erStAlso Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugB They urilPexchange Furniture for I all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right t feoRp v KENTUCKY n1 j k4 IfdOl FARMERS DEPARTMENT J A Doty sold to George Peel at Lancaster yesterday a Tree yearol mule for 180 FOR SALE Choice Shropshire ram lambs at 10 E G Buckley Stnnfor R F D No 2 Monte Fox bought of W G Broyle of Boyle a yearling mare mufo 16 hands for 212 Agile winner of the Kentucky and Tennessee Derbies last year was bought by Frank Brown for 5700 W C Kearns sold his 100acro fart adjoining the town of Pcrryville to Charles Caldwell of Kansas at 10760 Will Hester bought of R L lIubble a mare mule for 225 She is a perfect mate to Mr Hesters great show mule James McKcchnio and James Robi son bought of W E Mercer of Wayn a saddle stallion by On Time and two fine jacks William Royston sold at Lancaster yesterday a fouryearold mule for 205 a pair of mules for 280 and anothi mule for 180 ESTRAYTwo yearling heifers came to my place two months ago Owner can have same by paying for keep and this notice J II White A deep red heifer weight about 600 pounds with W branded on right hip left July 6 Reward for her ra covery T M Estes Crab Orchard A small crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday and business general was dull Very few cattle were on hand A small bunch of COOpoundcr went at 3Jc In the colt ring for either sex at the Lancaster fair where there were six entries J D Eads Sons took the blue tie with their fine Preston filly colt shown by Alfred Eads Mr End sold her immediately after leaving the ring to a Garrard county party for 150 She was three months and 10 days old Modest Claims Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous gun InI renter placed his gun before a com mil tee of judges he stated its carry ing power to bn much below what he felt sure the gun would accomplish The result of trial was therefore a grout surprise instead of disappoint ment It is the same with the manu facturers of Chamberlains Coll 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 vUl positively cure diarrhoea dysentery pains in the stomach and bowels and has never been known to fall For sale by Stanford Drug Co WHEN I BELIEVE With kisses still warm on my lips How can I but believe When his life blood for me would drip How can I but believe When he whispers words of love that burn And says his heart for mine is given i n return And his heart for mine doth alwajS yearn How can I but believe Oh when you are near me dear heart Then I do believe But when we stray so far apart My heart sorely grieves But when I hear him s0YrbIY Own When we go to our Italian home And there dwell youand I alone JI Then it is I believe JCondor Saved His Comrades Life While returning from the Grant Army Encampment at Washington 2itya comrade from Klgln 111 was taken with cholera morbus and was In II critical condition says Mr J K Houghland of Kldon Iowa I gao 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 carry this remedy md have used it successfully on many OICasl wSold by Stanford Drug Co a aRussell Sage the veteran financier died suddenly of heart disease at his ountryhome Cedarcroft at Lawrence L I He had intended to observe his 90th birthday on Angust Mr Sage had been in exceptionally good health since his arrival at his summer home about six months ago- He was one of the wealthiest men in this country and controlled and loaned more money than any man or corporation Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelloy of Mansfield Ial writes I was In poor health for ttvq years suffering from kidney and bInd- der trouble and spent considerable onoy consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was curell by Foleys Kidney Cure and I isiro to add my testimony that it maybe the cause of restoring the health of others Kef use substitutes Pen AYS Drugstore The CourierJonrnal party reached lasgow Scotland after a safe voyage cable message from G E Johnson says the members of the party are well nnd enjoyedjthevoyage s r t OTTENHEIM Eldon Slier bought a horse of John McKInney for 45 S J Pollard killed an enormous rattle snake a few days since Mrs Lula Shaw who has been Iluite ill with n complication of troubles Is some better Have you been In White es Davi store since they got in a lot of beautI- ful pictures and frames If not cnn and get n coupon before the choice ones arc gone The Pine Grove Sunday school is under obligations to Messrs Owens Elder Brown and Lewis of the Bee Lick section for the excellent song scrvi tney rendered on the third Sunday Mrs J H White and children or Dallas Tex are visiting relatives in this section Elmore Slier of Part is visiting the home folks G M Ballard of Somerset was hero on business several days ago Mrs Lucinda Jamc has been quite sick but is some bette Miss Susie Brummett is ill with malarial fever but seems to bo improvlnf Twenty years ago every farmer in this section had his reap hook and cradle to harvest with and flail polo and tramping floor to thresh with Today you can see the self binder and traction engine running in the various fields which were formerly covered with sea safras and running briars This is pecially true of the spot where our little village now stan- dsResidence For Sale Slaving located permanently In Ml trUnit K1 oiler for cute lit a my de Klniule residence on HustonvllluHt In ford Ky For particular write me nt M Hterlliiit Kyar see W UrlRht at Ihe Lincoln County National tank JUAN P JUNHI ContralKontuok- yReal Estate Exciting TITLE CO bo onNice room cottage and I acre of land located about wile Iroin Shelby City The hoiu alone cost 1300 We will sell Idle plan for law No im9GOacreaS4 mllN prom Junction Cltj 2 story 6 room lame dwelling good turn cribs mike lieus etc All In good repair IncuJIn fencing 33 acr i In grass and 25 sera In cultira Hood orchard of peaches plums applts ete A splendid grape huts 2ou ll gaps In one year Place close to shod i Hurt tin elel and watered medicated well at house an stock well at barn etc Trite 13600 Hour and Grist Mill Anderson county Ky as barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 ago Steam and water powei the latter 8 months of the year It U an np to date roller mill with burn for corn and meal bolt The en ne U of 7 years rum acre with the mill Including what li wit the house of S room All for IS10 or 15 500 for the mill and 14 acres One half club Use fine trade No mill In 10 matte No JA tarn of 242 bspdutme med era 2 IOr brIck rnleotw nkty up to date In every particular Nor room on well Iocattd note well ThIe propofc dOM to Kuool In a goad comuuclty and Is on ot the Direst plice In IJDcoln county Largo the plat Is well watered coil peer welt nut a b1 on Tb re Is only about 20 cues In culilrsllu and rest In grui rienu of fruit trecaIC Tbll Is an Ideal home atd a splendid farm I rite use oasbleholtlA farm or aoes ant ontba mllM north of HuiUDTill on the Danrlll plkl Two story frame veiling liven room Tcrand ball etc Flu young ortnard hearing ail kinds o fruit well watrndneverfalltegcpdag etc tmlldlng and fence are In good This fare la situated in the best section of Lincoln count acd la an Ideal home Kplendkl Ire bouw twirl nod nil other necesnry outbulldloga No Lane of ttl cm situated abouti mile from stsntoi end I miles from Crab ircha on the wtter of Cedar lresk Toe plies II nil In about fields and ian IK aiibdlrldnl About U fretlle In cultlratlon timber suUleient tu up itlace One and onehsll story frame direllJoic rooms halls porchestc Two goal Ire bouwi hirns lraor corn nIb tie 1111 well water vd two flstrros at the door running strran trough tams All buildings in good shsi eirit one barn fvoclng fair JIII U vraere Turn easy No 16110 seers of land near Junction ClIcutlo seven gild as sere In cUIUflllJntreslln gram nice orchard end hart bon In Kentucky Irty sold loundi of s lilt year watered and fenrlog good Clue to school and churches A twostory room frame dwelllnxgood barn cribs etc alln Laud repair Trice s3 tau No w ator frame dwelling of six rooms Iwo ball veranda Vc well at door and ell otbei neCleuarloUllJulldlnKI Also large blacksmith length of shop and U reet wide Thla pro erty will be sold at a iety tow price No Two house and lots situated In Oral Orchard with six and onehalf acres of land at ached lloth are frame cottages one con Ulln ors and tb other ot S rooms Stable two good itc The buildings ate new and the enclogliordlnar Two good ganlens anti nn tern la feature Will sell each plies separately or as a whole 1clce on the property as a whole No 1311 S acre ofland In lbe town limits or Kowland about acres bottom land sue acre In woodland The pare Is well fenced and water td water works well and cistern story frame mildlng rooms hall Teranda back porch aum net klicurn and good cellar Good barn and all then necessary outbuildings Including crib ianeryetc Ingualrepair fencing In first lau order all wire farce Is a beautiful lace a dwlrabl howe doe to town and will soil heap swoon easy terns No 91 A funu of about acres on one ol the beet In the county A bnnilxmie two- toryfrnmedwellengnmdoneof the larges nod ml unT place U well nitered nod ererythlng nbout It InrluOni froc Is In splendid repair In u good community lose tochontsnbdnlOut2e minutes drive trout iliiiford This u very d lmbla borne Jrlce 1J230 acre farm mile of Crab Orchard y nick dwelling k room two tenant ho- uto barns well end prlot near dwelling Kara bfgb state ot cultivation ItO awes river bottom lodloo1 fencing fruit tie 1rlc f an acre NOT i nice farm at MlEhlanJ K well lmprov well watered etc Price 3ro- ortsba acres of land on Jamestown roes south of unnvlllt too acres In cultivation about acres In rAnil esl in grass A large hew frame dwel- lCalsoallot4Awellingonpta e A new barn and wo old ones Is well end the fencing rooJ On public road Price tijoao tlont iocooacres of cotton land In Mltilsslppl herls no section of country which offers so many J1unltles for profitable Investment as the prODelta which Is now fitly described as Pros The Umber Is becoming morevalu Ible all the time for the reason that lumber people the North where the supply or timber II las- ldImlntshlnlae constantly Increasing their pur chstl of timber lands In the South when Ihilim- br Is removed the land Is unequaled for agrlcullu III purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to acre or will grow any other kind of crop raised Ihe temperate zone The soil needs no emitters IIYlS a whlchcannot be excelled taxes arowl- Ie title Is pcrlctnd the man who buys Della farm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In yeslmol Iht he will never regret This land Is vUJ Into tracts ranging from 40 ones to the tract to 17000 acres to the tract and prices from f8 per acre per acre according to location etc WI- re authorized by the company who owns these lands slate that as other parties are considering the irchase of these lands that we offer these tracts tloprlorsaiwlthirawel from market or change n prlcewlthonl notice However when notified the will hold any tract out of market long enough I r the purchaser to make an Investigation About of this land has been sold by the Com nsince we received this option For further par ulars call at our office s0 o t Alto a 50 barrel mill In Mercer count Ky on Salt River Steam power new up to date In every particular and dwell with Improvement acres ot floe and close to Southern railroad Price to 000 No 133 Cottage In Latculer feet front aDd 300 feet All neceastry outbuildings excel barn Everything ti nw an In good shape Co tae coollnl rooms ball Teranda JOreh ad basement Close to school cburebat elc Prlco riVWUO No rOTeo scmofUnJ two story front 101 tag soien rooms halls etc louse Is new a lood garden and splendid orchard ol lt acre rllelal good two stable bout bouse A good well on place there Is also a good mill 01 the place a5 o1 crusher in mill It Is run hI nit ural power whjch Is a great economy and lb dm Is In good repair Will sell the property at ala figure or lease It No 28 Frame huts large rooms double Terse das hallway tIC A Urge 2 story storeroo fronting strut feet from hotel stairs suit bllfordl log 2 nlc cottages nicely furnish apered and punted I rooms sod Teraod each large bun on unto lot used as stable Oood garden Vacant lot adjoining M eel front 200 feet deep All ol this property Is In London Ky and Is a one chance fur some one to tasks mooer Poprlelor has refused to rent property for HO per month tin account of III health of his will onl reason for selling proprietor desires to uchOIfor farm In Lincoln county No 75A Udalllaron otiS acre of good Jod located close to town Ivies nm No 51PO sort or UnJ onl mil Irom Soiuirx Ky rut In seven flelds Forty acres In eultlvi thin 40 acres In pulure balanc to timber Drd n contains seven rooms Large barn and all nei IpleotNo 2516oacreof Und In Ford county K a- sdi miles from Araoal river 8enntyureaeflanS Is river bcltotn 1- 1Inlc1aulaod and In gnu This land Is for lala or exchange 335 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 50 acres cultivate about Its In timber and grass and abou 150 In grim Timber on place Is cut to 11 Inches will make barrel timber ablng lea ties and cord wood enough to ray tor the place twice over A large part i I fenced are four dwellings of room each and one store of twostorles with room above has well and Springs of water la In 3 mile ot county vent and grows tobaccc corn wheat Gras old for 12500 Onohal 227 Abaul urn or land I tulle from Crab Orcliark on Lancaster Ilk A good dwell tog well and all necessary oulblldlng Plat II flgbon pike TOtshgood home and a chei pica Thl owner ol Ibisproppnylive at ilende son Ky and has made up his to sell thl plac rerrvlng mineral water rights on place It ran be bought at a bargain bee lor a price No MVlfty acres nest Pleasant Point RI Frame house 6 rooms and porch Barn and otbc outbuildings 8 serM In cultivation rest In lion tier Well waUied yards from postofBoscboi and church lays well on rIte and In good ran inunttr 1rlreffioO No Ill luoo acres of Und tn Casey county ae Liberty sad Columbia roads Twelve bouxs lid lots on dace KislJenr a rooms 1U story kweatherboarded ti jol barn About lOll acre In cultivation llulldlngs In modern chap am fencing good fool timber Well at house springs all over place sod t creeks runnln It Will sell lb place as a whole ror tllOuu on easy terms or will divide piece to ault purchasersNo A nice Hill a loom roltaa All news sari outbuildings and a good garden About imile Rom SunlorJ Thl Is a cheep place 1rlc 00 cash No JI7S1 acre farm In t ollie of Phil Pj slot loom dwelling store house amok welt house crib slo ill the bulKllogjand fencing ara in fair coolllllon load slatacres In cultivation rvsl In gjod timber Water by a Dsver falling well mod waters ol South Fork lace ft200 No A firm of arras about saute iron Stanford lays well sail well watered A good oflion of the farm blue orus A louforttbl dwelling silt a large taro This property Is on splendid pike Nose to sehotd IU Iracre No 70IO acre f land twostory front cottage rooms bans etc lieuIs new a good garde and splendid orchard of one and oal halt aero fencing good twj stsbles buggy hones smok house etc A good well on plate There Is alas a good mill on the place a good cruiber In mill ii run by natural rower wbleh Is peat ooooml and tba dam Is In splendid repair fhl proper Ia iliu trd In on ol the best arutng dUirtcta lh county about 4mile front aunford tber II alwav a read ale lot the flour sad teeM at sent aground wq will sell this place for Si II is a bargain tbcbulldlngstlone could nut be pu up for this money No I40A farm of 10 mue1 tails beyond Me Klnney pays well will Improved and is rlghi on No I bern lr box stall shed 00 ear sldtand drvwai InccnUr 2 other barnll and 2 tenant houses orouu brick rald nc aad kitchen and all other neoistary out buildings Bulldogs and fencing In goof node plate wet wnteml clsern at bun and house pond springs er About IM acres In ran and tbrest In cut oration Jrlcel9 I1DU No 1W100 acre farm about I mIle this aid or Shelby room ruttage 2 porches No goal cellar under lb kitchen of stalls crib etc llulldlngt aralo good their an tosfenctngeareouderet Two iprlngs and good pond on place About U acre In timothy ant doter ml In woodland Price W 2 o USI1A JJOsereUrm IjIngoD bit rivet the Crab Orchard About 71 acres In cultivation and U clo paiture rat In good temper Aloe 78 tearing fruit tree on the place 2 story t ron Iwelllng ltrdln rysisbie sod rrlb and a ten rrKoooIhlllOwatered never a go nork farm and Is offered at a bargain Pilee scat JVJOOO No 19 itO acre fare nest lluitonvllle IhlJIlIOuld d ihe fencing and buildings are In good rondlllnn FhlalsOkvof tbl test larms In the county Tbs loll Is rich and will produce hemp etc Ill I No Two atory Iran dwelling 7 rooms ball md vtranda tlood garden hoeing and house li pad repair For rte or rent Price reasonable No 35 KouMaud flu acre or land In McKIn ray Necessary oulbullillngs Fencing 1a- ad well watered Will sell this plate on rasj erms No 75Se acre of good land six rooms twc tory dwelling well waurtdguod tenvlg Is b be luburl ol the city Staufurd close to traded ebool and ciurcbe Tkls la a desirable hem Irlce muonabl No 6 room frau roltsge and one c and In KlncsvllU Ky large bate amok house buildings and fencing In goal reiuill 67 arm of land cottage of radon good hall and t porches Hood barn and other ssary uutbuilJIngs Feucing and building In good repair Platy well watered a spUndld well t house eta L nd Is all level and pruduce well oung appl and swath nrchard Tula film Is bunt 5 rums rum town I cit I3SOO No sonA 220 5cce farm in the Wynesbugr- tvlou about 2M mile Irom 2 sell road stations lose to Ju t office stores churcbri etc Jay istween 2 count roil Rural Free Defver- touteby place Four route log houie a splendid arn 31x10 leet boxing and has two goal she s II watered with never ulllog springs a run nlol bunch through the r are It has good fenc and oulbulldlntft Prlc II rso2u31uurefarm situated onthe warms bur and MU Vernon road abut a mite last 01 Has 9rooia collage eta This lace belong toagentleman Inlalllornie and he sell I cheap and on easy terms NO 1ISA nice large store room and dwelllrg Lore eonslsilng of ttversl rarely furnished resin ipod kern and lot mad all necessary outbuildings Is lo goal rpalrt on reel In Stanford right business loorUon of Wwo This property will be sold of a bargain and a splendid upKirtunlty lo some one desiring lo fliibuslotvs FrOie store and dwelllDK being Mued will be surest siring in Trot en No Vy acres of land near Crab Orchard trap Vo 2lttOne vacant lot In Junction CUy at lulheosl corner of Lucus and Irofion streets outing 00 fret on Oiofton strut ail running I luth on Locus street fro Prlc line cash Nu OIItuueod lot 00 lxv n strnt in Slao ford looil ardenela Everything good Ialr Truce 11000 No sat2lscreaof land Kdwelllcgsof rooms ich Large tobiixo bun lf fret long next to the lon turn 1 Lincoln aunty 2 swill stock barns his property lays between good county roods d2 lending turnpikes All the and rondlll are lu good repair Jloce b well watered blIood springs creek etc Splendid tobacco land- wll barrel of corn to the acre This acemakcatb owner from 24 to 20 per ClOt ou Invfstiiient illI one ot If nut the cpeniHsl ccesof laud In Lincoln county If are look og for a bargain this Is your chance 1lIcellltp No I19IOO aero farm stout 3 tulle from town Inr math In cultivation well wilIer d etc Smith cottage of fourroouis largn burn well fenced tie Price fW per acre No 42Sevenroom dwelling good cellar and ree laud loller lalllolwell and prlnl Fencing aDd outbulWlega in lair audition Oneap place cloee to town Will sell asmall family Central Kentucky neal Estate A Tltlo Oo antord Ky C REDUCED PRICESIr Air Mens 500 Suits Ileduced tu 1400 t Mcu8 8050 Suits Kctluccd to iiOO r MOil 8760 Suits Hctlucexl to 000 Mens 8850 Suits Reduced to 700 Mon 8000 Suits Hcduccd to iliO Mens 81000 Suits Reduced to 800 J 1 liens 811iOO Suds Rctluml to 1000t 1 Mens 81250 Suits Hcduccd to 1100 liens 81500 Suits Iteilucud to 1200 l i The above prices are on all our Spring aridJSummer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced PricesJ SAM ROBINS Dry Goods Clouting Show Huts and Cujw Irndion and GonU Furnish logs Etc the store Unit saves you in nioy Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY The State College of Kentuckyi Lexington Kentucky 1 Tin tlllurnl and MNliniilanl Htntx toftar of Kent uaere th fdllpwl IIIRtlHttllllIlIIllllkItIIAIU1W1hllolJ1I1I11Itd under IIleJmmt fnrulty flu guuml fnrulty nuulwr SrIFW If Iwotnueaa need 11Ilrutun rtmnty nppslntce rwlt tuition rnotii rent In ilormltwrlmi lust nml Iliht and If key remain inunths Irovellng i xNHr The lolwmlirrles and itiiwiiiii are Iwrit well llJIIIIII otniirvbMislw omit iiiintcm lfllitury tnetlos nod ulenne Pro fulty 11h1I1l1l fur as rqutrel Cuagrsea llmiliintc fmrn the Severn cottrsw fir slwljr ronillb lltul vi lleM until and Illwral roinunernllon TliidciiimiU U Inruwly III usewi of the nbllltJr of tile wtlloge tu qpily The nintcleulullun for the lust year one lleJ nil aaiiuner sehiml NU HIlall1s with the nttvswry liundrolacelstnnla hate rarMof wish BIMrqont It l iinturnl wjleneo Huinntrr wheals arc pruvlilnl fur itlagogy rasllnerrlstg tiwd tlort In science anti nrte Ths Slat4dlegeof Kentucky l th imly lH tlliilloii in the ltileutumwwxltle stoma IB HIIV proper senor universIty vturU The roinpletlnn of the ciillei has e for yiniivf wonton pnivide htellltlM fur x l Umnl lUMl lodging It Is well itUIi nl wills sell lirii ei avalH lft tiMllHC le ilk roomsMMd n riKiin for physlrnl rtilture U la bnilnl by stmni and JIlttlU elMtrhrtly looplrortuUityIstheses anonleritatthnt or a UIOoueJl welxwiIon In ms4Ltw- leugw gw Iltenttun tetatheilInth 10IIIIICIllIIIUIIIItI1 ties J1twn- Msomyo other lustilutlua In the t4taty onre Unwn rat sell f uimrnlile tit those nfTeml liy the Htiite follog of Kfttluehy A new DullUlnii will HiriHiiih the iH fosny of Mr Andrew IftrlttOl1lIlfatduring the nets 1legtnte year + The Normal IviHirtnuiil will on n viler fnntlnf than over kretefora I nit ywir1 lamely fiiervaml iitlfiwlinnv wllli HM lIelI1 growth ot Uw Hiuiinisr Nonnnl Who1 lath InlllIII that nn ens or yr ourisseing that of all prevlous ywara OiMIWd for the Normal ItopnrtiiiHnl of tilt HliiUiNill gsi For cntn1ouu nitiUnxl of olitnltilnn npiiolHlinenl lafortHittloH rellaaling aeurs s of tully anti terms of rulinl lonnpplf to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to U f Kraut ltulnts Agent l ilnnton Ky tall TVmi W lus Hritrmivr IS IWA the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS t U Ownitr BWnfurJ 8 IL BilAXKi CtnnforJ O W OAUTKII Turn rn1l1e W IL Cu o4iii IroaahursTllle U 0 Oixxjii W joeiburic W II TiiATUit QlloerUUreek It L HuHiiin L n asler W 0 WAIKRII IIllnrr4J J n KosTrn Stanford W lL 8iuj Stall ford J II PAXIOV StnnforJ WermMctfully solicit the unUnr tmllvhluiils Plrnu aid Ct riornlloiis limits and Ihinkira andnnprrlwinrlto furnish Mil rtiiXMllom such HncoiiiiutMlitltoit us are ronslstrnt with aiifr bucking Modirn 8 ftv liwhoell llox In our vault Jar Use ol our Ollilollll a First NationalOfficers I I Bank or Stanford MyJ I nOOKRK Irtsl I IJ501000w H WEAUENAsst ObnCapital Stock eitabllsbedDirectorsThl Institution was orlRlnallT aa the Uerxnlt flank of Btanforfl In 1851 then reorganized ae the National Hank of Stanford in 1S6J and again reorganized asr Held IHnTllle the Pint National Ilatk ot Stanford IeB T Harris Stanford 1882 haying bad practically an uninter J S Hooker Stanford rupted existence for 41 It Is betterK L Tanner McKinney supplied now wflh facilities for transact kl D Klrnore Stanford ing business promptly and well than ever 8 II Ilaughman Stanford before In its long honorable career T P Hill Stanford lee Robinson Hubble I II Ilauchman Stanford Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cot J MPettus Stanford 0 R TAte Stanford porations Solicited YOUR WANTSeiN i Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco I Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST II STANFORD 1 IKIISOVAL supervision given to till Prescriptions Compounded r 11 Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting- and oil the Commercial HrunclicH taught in the Coniincrcinl Dciitirtnicnt of the SUE IJKNNETT MKMOIUAL SCHOOL Students now lioldihg goodpositions Diplomas grunted to those who finish tho course cost of getting n business education September is the best time to begin Write for particulars J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky