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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 27 1900 NO 38 Ir f A GOOD START The Hustonvllle Fair Association Begun Under Most Favorable 4ClrcutnstancesMagnificent Show of Stock Weath cr Propitious Grounds Beauti I 1 tfuland Attendance Good Tho annual exhibition of tho Hustoni vllle Fair Association begun at tho ringing of tho bell at 930 Wednesday 9morning with a fairly good crowd pres ent and a good show of stock ofall kinds on ham The weather was coolI J tho ring was in perfect condition ami tho grounds are even prettier than ever WestPtbeen each West Ender seemingly try Ing to outdo his neighbor in cleverness tE Huatonvlllo is a great little place to Upend a few days and many are taking advantage of fair time to do so 34Asplendidcrowd attended tho fair t 14yesterday and body had a good big winners of the morning were JIOMM T L Carpenter on his t fine black cattle and J T Crcnshaw with his good stable eta dozen or Crenshaw Lucas won tho blue lie on 1 tho boat pair of carriage mares or geld fng and Doc Drye got the red Charles I1 Cecil defeated Moses M Walls great roadster Amos In tho best roadster mare or gelding ring Following arc the awards of tho first day No 1 Heat Southdown buck any age J G Irvine prem and cert 2 Iwo any age J G Irvine prem and cert n Buck lamb under 1 year J G Irvine prem and cert 4 Rwo lamb under year J G Irvine prom and cert K Morse colt E S Powell Son prem J It Hetzlcy eertc6 Mare colt Rowland BIshop prem Wm P Grimes Jr cert 7 Maro and colt J R Boazloy prem Rowland Bish op cert 8 Saddle gelding any ago Mack Hughes prem J T CrenI Shaw cert 9 Saddle mare any alto I Mack Hughes prom a T SanJ diego curt 10 Jack under 2 years Henry Baughman prom and cost 11 Jack any age Henry Baughman prcm and cert 12 Jennett any Rite plenty Baughman prom and certI13 Shetland pony Echlin Lucas prom Hugh Reid Foster cert 14 Boy rider under 10 years on Shot land pony- hugh Reid Foster prem Dodd SkinI ner certI16 Roy rider under 14 years Cecil Glbony prom Dunn Sandldgc k cert 16 Maro and mule colt J II Woods prcm nnd cert 17 Brood mare iIG M Givens prem C C Carpen ter cert 18 Mulo colt either sex J H Woods prcm and cert 10 Mulo colt either sox by Victor Hu RO Wm Gunn prom Gnbo Slaughter cert 20 Maro mule colt J H Woods prem It B Woods cert 21 Horso mule colt J W Williams prcm nnd cert 22 Maro mulo any age ago consider edBonta Bros prem Harris Woodr cert t 23 Horse mule any age ago consider edHenry Baughman prcm Henry Hea ter cert 21 Team of mules owned by same partyBonta Bros prcm Harris Woods cert 24 J Prettiest beby girl under 5 years ofageMr nnd Mrs S J Embrys little daughter Miss Pearl Burnsido Embry 35 Double team speed style durn bility and soundness considered regard less of sex or ownership C P Cecil prem L C James cert JUNOLETfJ Mrs George L Graham of Lebanon is one of tho fair visitors Will Stagg of Stanford is one of the gallant beaux during fair week Mr George P Crow and bride of Danville attended tho fair Wednesday Miss Sara Baughman of Stanford Is with West End relatives during the airEld B J Pinkerton of Campbell H igcrman College Lexington was in the crowd Wednesday James P Harper camo all tho way from Saulsbury C to bo at Hus tonvillo during the fair Miss Anna Crow of Danville and Miss Lizzlo Phillips of Liberty are with Hustonvillo friends Clover John B Coffey president of tho Columbia Fair Is on hand Mrs ColTey accompanied him James Frye Sr James Frye JrIand pretty little Miss Bessie Fryo of Lexington aro at tho fair Storms Military Band is making the sweetest of music and is giving the hearers nn abundance of it Henry M Bosworth present treasurer and next auditor was mingling with the fair crowd Wednesday Tho young folks enjoyed a delightful hop at Alcorns Opera House last night Storms Military Hand furnished tho Christian Sunday School at Junction Cify strong attended tho fair Wednesday Prof E L Grubbs was one of the chaperons Mr W Gill Cowan makes aflnepref Went while as secretary and assistant secretary Messrs Sam M Owens and J Roy B Rose are A 1 Mr Jesse P Rifle one of tho West Ends oldest and best citizens has had ta severe spell of sickness but is improving wo aro glad to say Tho judges in tho baby ring were AbuJ Coleman of Harrodsburg John of Stanford and Sam Riley of Nicho lasvlllc They are oil alive but feeling uneasy at last accounts TODAYS PROGRAM 62 Saddle mare 4 years old and over 03 Saddle maro 2 years old and under 3 64 Saddle mare 3 years old and under 4 65 Saddle stallion year old and under 2 60 Saddle mare 1 year and under 2 67 Saddle gelding 1 year and under 2 68 Saddle stallion or gelding 4 years old and over 69 Saddle stallion or gelding 3 years old and under 4 GO Saddle stallion or gelding 2 years and under 3 61 Saddle stallion any age 62 Phaeton pony under 16 hands G3 Fancy turnoutteam G4 Rockaway mare or gelding Go Fanciest Shetland pony turnout yearstinglePair Shetland ponies under lU hands high G7 Best stable of horses ownedor handled by ono party 4 or more horses 68 Walking stallion mare or gelding- G9 Fancy saddle mare or gelding 70 Model stallion mare or gelding 71 Combined mare or gelding any age 72 Roadster stallion more or gelding any ago speed style endurance and soundness considered A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted a leak In tho great North SOil dyke which a childs finger could have Stopped to become a ruinous break devastating un entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclror of Voncoboroi Mo permitted a littlo cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings Now Discovery Ho writes Three doctors gave mo up to dlo of lung Inflammation caused by u neg looted cold but Dr Kings NeW Dls coverysnved my life Guaranteed best cough and cold euro nt Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno lIves Crab Orchard 60o and el Trial bottlo fro Elihu Root recently told this story A prison chaplain one day found a convict feeding a rat Ah said the chaplain you have a pet ehl Yes this rat said tho convict his hoarse voice softening and a gentle smile illuminating his hardwrought face I feed him every day I think more of this hero rat sir han of any other living creature The chaplain laid his hand upon the convicts shoulder In every man ho said there Is something of tho angel if wo can but find it How came you to take such a fancy to this ratl It bit the warden said tho con viet Bowel Complaint In Children During tho summer months children are subject to disorders of tho bowels which should rcct4vo careful attention as soon us tho first unnatural loose ness of the bowels appears rho best medicine In uso fur bowel complaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemocly as it promptly controls any unnatural looseness of ins bbwols For sale by Stanford Drug Co Mrs Nowrich of New York Did you bathe during your recent visit to Atlan tic City 7 Mrs Emerson Snltonstall of Boston No I had intended to do so butnother lady was using tho ocennLlfehII A constable who arrested four men an a country road in England tho other lay for gambling told tho Magistrate that the men played cards as they walked along stopping to dealI NEWS NOTES James Spratt was killed by lightning Jefferson county Tho volcano of Stromboli has agai become violently active The First National Bank of Paducah will build a 10story business house Several hundred car repairers of tho Southern Pacific Co are on a strike at New Orleans Leonard IIall while plowing In DJ viess county unearthed nest containing 84 rattlesnakes- J B Ricks former Judge of the linols Supreme Court died at his horn In Tayloraville III Ten people were killed by the co iSontFrsningham John Dedrick Strassburg who served in tho Louisville post ollce under 16 different presidents is dead in that cityMiss Florida Alma Bobcrts of Som erect and Lucien M Greer of Atlan were joined heart and hand at Knox villeA young woman of St Louis die eating pickles and drinking vine gar which she had heard would reduc weightTho Circuit Clerks Association or Kentucky will hold its annual convene Lion beginning July 30 at Estil SpringsRevenue officers destroyed an illicit distillery in Powell county and captures three men alleged to have been operat Ing the plant Thomas Griffith one of the best known horse trainers in the bluegrass region died at Georgetown after a lingering illness At Elizabethtown Mrs J G Freeman wife of Rev J G Freeman diem of paralysis aged 68 Sho had been or invalid for 10 years Four men were killed and five injured in an explosion in tho powder and dy namite house belonging to Jesse 0 Mc Clain near Robertsdale Pa Adolph Weber who murdered his father mother brother and sister at Auburn Cal two years ago has been sentenced to hang on Sept 12 The first wireless message from the arctic regions was sent Saturday by Walter Wellman to President Roosevelt Mr Wcllman has reached lIam merfest on his way to the pole A New York paper says preparations for contesting the will of Russell Sage in the event of its provisions not being satisfactory to thorn already have been mado by relatives of the financier Eleven dead bodies have been recovered from tho debris of a collapsed business house at South Framingham Mass and it is believed that at least four more will be found in the ruins Attorney W M Hough representing tho rectifiers of Kentucky was in Frankfort conferring with Stato offici als relative to tho reports required by Auditor linger It is the understanding at Frankfort that tho rectifiers will attack tho constitutionality of the new lawJames C Rogers appointed by the Faycttc Circuit Court some time ago as receiver of the Southern Mutual Investment Company and tho American Re serve Bond Compauy will endeavor to hold tho directors of tho old Southern Mutual Investment Company responsi ble for tho liabilities of the other com pany which have been txcdat about 1000000The of tho Kentucky Press Association voted to appoint a commit tee to draft resolutions pledging them to support candidates for office who are known to be favoi a ale to tho newspapers President Gullion in his annual report mentioned tho failure of the Libel Bill to become a law at the last session of the Legislature which ha characterized as being unfortunate The association will be in session at Grayson Springs until today when tho members will go to Bowling Green to be tho guests of that city CjttNsCUKED Corn Ewill posi lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and- wo 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 costa 16 rents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Jerry Miller a saloonkeeper of Bris ol Tenn upon receiving word that he tad fallen heir to mining property worth 2000000 gave his saloon to his barkeeper and announced that ho would never sell another drop of an intoxicat- Ing beverage DontBe Backward Do not hesitate to ask for a free lamplo ofr Chamberlains Stomach ind Liver Tablets We are glad to jlvo them to anyone who Is troubled with biliousness constipation or my disorder of tho stomach Many have been permanently cured by their iso Stanford Drug Co cHEAtrDRNVILLL FIftY ftUG L 2 3 Balloon Ascension Every Dayssr- itsrorar Dont Miss the Sensational Exhibition of a Woman Firs ed from Cannon Suspended in MidAir at 2 P M 2d Day Animal Shows for the Chil = dren Two big Vaudeville Shows Confetta and Hoka= Poka to Supply ALL Com = ers AutomobileAlways Ready to TaKe you a Ride BIG PREMIUM LIST Many New and Startlling Attractions Each and Every Day Remember the Dates AUGUST 1 2 AND 3J Geo F Anderson President H C Bright Sec The Interior Journal WALTONiHARVEY HELM of Lincoln county Inn cnndldiito to npro wnt till Eighth eOIln lonlll t l trlct of Kentucky In Uomtrvu to succeed lIon O 1UIllbort subject to the notion of the Jet ai ocratloprlnmryHeptIJUDGE WHUGHES of Mercer county I a candidate to repre r seat the Eighth Congressional district Kentucky In Congress to Uon O a Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party M F NORTH Ii n candidate for neprvwntiitlvoof Llnr f 1oount subject to the nctlon Ik t party tho anti pass clause of tho Ken 1LiXEConstitution no penalty is pr scribed for a violation of the eightllou law passed by Congress The labor 1leaders besieged the members of file to provide penalties but in vain The President now seeks to do by executive orders what Congress neglected to attend to The inspectors arc required to reportand then what will happen nobody knows but it is thought that tho order is a play to the galleries for congressional election purposes and will die after November Miss EMMA CUSIIINO of Montreal Is a cool calculating damsel who tnig prove a valuable partner in a matrimonial alliance She has brought suit against her faithless lover for 23000 ijdamages a for failure to redeem h of marriage her petition i cluding in the list of damages Eat mated cost of living for 25 years at 600 per year which would have been bourne by the defendant as her husband Itbadhe married her 15000 UADISPATCH says that C C McChord t given up the Intention of announc Governor and will devote his 3energies towards a reelection as Ra 11road Commissioner And thus it proven that the children of 1t world are in their generation wis- it than the children of light I OUR old friend lion Harry Mc of the Jessamine Journal is Inlit gentleman and Simonpure democrat will make the race It would make us l feel good all over to vote for Harry i for anything FIVE persons were killed by lightni- i in the grand stand of a ball park t Manitowoc Wis Sunday As t players escaped it looks like it more dangerous to aid and abet ones preserve at a ball game than to participate in it- t ADOLPH WEBER who murdered his r father mother brother and sister at f Auburn Cal two years ago has bo sentenced to hang on September 12 For such a diabolical crime the fo- feiture of such a life is small atone menIBEEMAN the chewing gum manufacturer who has an annual income 6f 27 000 is trying to get his pension increased from 8 to 12 on account total incapacity to labor Beemans nerve is enough to make a horse laugh POLITICAL Charles J Bronston of Lexington is spoken of for attorney general Hon Robert B Franklin of Frank fort is considering the matter of entering the race for the democratic nom ination for governor The democratic Congressional campaign committee will open headquarters in Chicago Aug 1 preparatory to mak ing a vigorous campaign in the Midd WestCharles F Murphy said in a New York that it was possible that Tamma ny Hall would support Wm R Hearst for the democratic nomination for gov ernorSpain has granted special tariff rates to the United States in return for reductions on spirits made by this coun try The rates are the same granted favored nations Col Samuel Donelson who was door keeper of the House of Representatives during Mr Carlisles term as speaker died suddenly of heart failure at his home in Washington The democratic executive committee of the Eighth Mississippi Congressional district has formally declared John Sharp Williams the candidate for Con gress in that district The Solalist State convention at Salt Lake City nominated Wm S Dalton for Judge of the Supreme Court and Homer P Purt for Congressman A resolution condemning as anarchists the Governors of Idaho and Colroado for their actions toward Moyer Hay wood and Pettibone under arrest charg ed with the murder of former Gov Frank Steunenburg was adopted President Roosevelt aunounces that he is pleased with the campaign plans of the Republican Congressional Com mittee The committee met with the President and it was decided that a Stand Pat program was the proper one Taft Shaw Cannon and Bever idge were agreed upon as the big for the stump The committee o opened headquarters in New York thas t Chairman W A Young has called a meeting of tho appellate district committee at Lexington next Monday to decide upon the manner and time of nominating a candidate to succeed Judge john M Leasing The position in hades assigned to W S Taylor by John D White viz a front seat is doubtless all right we have no objection to his occupyin- any seat that the devil chooses to a propriate to his use and benefit but we hope he will not be permitted to sit down in any place permanently he has faced a competent jury in Ke tucky to answer an indictment for complicity in the assassination of William GoebelSomerset Journal o1The congressional race in this district has resolved itself into a freeforall fight Tho latest entry is that of Mr Harvey Helm of Lincoln county lvhos- e authorized announcement will be four elsewhere in this issue Mr Helm If known to the people of Jessamine Ii is the man who gave lion G G Gllbe r an argument in the last congressional convention and the one who have won had it not been for the e ccllcnt work done by Judge E B Hoe vet of this county in tho interest of Mr Gilbert This fact puts him in the fore ground as a fighter and that ho will again cut a figure in the race is without question Mr Helm will make an ex cellent representative if elected Jes samine News tThe London Local makes n few timely suggcstione as follows 1Vit N B Hays a candidate for Governor Winfrey of Middlesboro and Tate of ISWilliamsburg candidates for Superin tendent of Public Instruction and Jas D Black for AttorneyGeneral all from the Eleventh Congressional District what chance will any of them have for the Democratic nomination for office Hays had as well withdraw now as his fight against tho party organization makes his defeat a cer tainty Winfrey and Tate should come ilto some understanding or ooth quit let Jas D Black or some other thee way Eleventh District to be represented at Frankfort inHere and There Dr James Brashear was instantly killed by a train at a crossing near Mt Sterling Two safeblowcrs were captured at Rockford after an exciting chase which covered 30 blocks ragThreats of boycott have been made thhen byas the Society of Equity Announcement has been made in New York City that the trial of Harry Thaw the alleged murderer of Stan ford White will begin on October 15 After singing the hymn Why Wit- en Ye Die H C Holmes a merchant of West Union 0 engaged in a anyd was killed The Boards of Regents of the Stat Normal Schools decided not to open the schools until January 1907 on ac count of the pending litigation testing the law establishing the schools- f A cablegram from Manila announced a recent engagement between infantry and the constabulary on one side and hundreds of Pulajanes on the other i which 160 of the latter were reported killed or wounded Near Stebanville Wayne county Sherman Hughes shot and instantly killed his brotherinlaw Sthephen Dick Tho parties were drinking and quarreled over an old grudge- D B Wallace was elected president bf the Kentucky Press Association at Grayson Springs The association de allenotices about candidates for office The new Executive Committee which was announced probably will select Norfolk Va as the next meeting place IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The London fair promoters are counting on a 20 20000attendance this year Cobb Bentons big livery stable at Nicholasville was destroyed by fire Loss 6000 By the bursting of a huge saw at the Richmond Barrel Factory Morris Bur ton was dangerously hurt T C Christie of Adair county had 13 mules drowned in Caney Fork during the heavy raiifof Monday Sheriff W R Johnson and possp of Middlesboro have Ed Powell a Negro brakeman surrounded Powell shot Capt Elisha Mooney of Corbin in the railway yards Mooney will die The Negro fled and was chased for a mile on an engine and then he took to a cane field where he has been surrounded He refused to surrender and the officers will guard the field until he Is starved MATRIMONIAL W T Nichols and Miss Florence Delk were made one here yesterday R L Ba gh a widower and Mrs Edna Reed a widow were married at Eld Longs yesternay Mydear mother ip law I have such great regard for you that I have had a telephone put up in your house so that you need not trouble to come and see us so of tsn Exchange CHURCH MATTERS Union services will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Rev P J Ross is hoMing a protracted meeting at McKcndrco church Hubble Rev H C Morrison is at tame from his holiness meeting at Lincoln Neb inpOmer will preach at Mt Xenia school house He will preach there several weekn as pastor Ashlandnburg Baptist church on September 1 thelmen over years of age 10704 are clashed nota llhilts Of these 24 were selftaught were hometaught 10G6 were weretSALEIxHaving moved to UlllxrtHlreek I desire to tell my farm or KUncreson tilt Htnnfonl h 1mb Orohnnt pike 3 inllea hoes Grnli Or chard Kami is well Improved with torn tuuirnth uly now rtltdunctond outhouse except nere IllrllPl wlshlug to look or th ilncrennt dl mi I1r lIhhlll who Itvus mt the tarn D J IITJ Illbort ttreek Ky A S PRICE tSurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over SIcRoberte Drug Store in the Oweley Building 120- 0Lexington Kentucky TO Old Point Comfort and Return rolldayJulstop evels moun tains CALLfor 11 primary election In hereby culled for IuiIneloniil JJIitrlct of Kcntuck nt the rvKUlnr vollnir plaicesb twen the hour of oclockX nnd oclock f it for the pnrpooe of BelccthiKncliinocnitlcciimlliliite for rvprc Mjntatlvi In Culture In wild dl trlct Alldeniocnit whonre roililenti ot mill dlttnct nml who ntv linl voterii on Nov IIttM will bo pvriiilttitl tn vote In their rrgsr rlutltlKverjr candidate who de lre tulmvi bb inton or Iron1oclockuddfllghtlduy U toro the dote for holding mid primary the nuiii Ill used to durrnyUng till vXIehseiof holtllnlI- mltl primary election lid at the mine tlmu mikingsutddulslslteiClunudldnttutuete lie denlres to tw n candidate at onld election and notice to the Chairman chall notice to the Committee I In all thugs countle having oltleii In which the law requires the reRlitratlon of voters the ilHiiKKratlo comiiiltteu of such IIUIreglitered at the lat KenenilreKlntrutlonto reyulrrdbylaw6 election Nhnll lw held re nlitre us II nUln l lIy Inw for liolding rltular primary election oIl n uulturmwllot halt bo tiled In every precinct stud the Chairman of thIs Committee Is hereby an thorlxed and directed tocmue to lie printed bound stud dUtrlbutetl to tho vitriol chair men of the county committee the ballot for each county lie la further directed to ofthusulru rnalln for holding Mild primary election The Hemocratlc COlli mitt of each county shall appoint tint olllcern In each pnclnct to hold the election and they lire to selected front lUts furnished by the candidate ut lent teudayit before sold election und to lien nearly eiiunlly dlvldtnl ostbluiiu to Clerk mid Hher nnioiiK the various candidate The oltlccritof wild primary election will when the pulls lire doted proceed ut once to count the vote cat for each person for wild olllce nnd titter counting till vote they will return to the boxeiKiillim up stud the Hherllfaof the election precinct will by the next Holiday morning curry nnd deposit the boxen with the Chairman of the County Committee lit the court louse In the retpectlvo countle The olllcem of the election ut ouch precinct will makeii wrltteif Ktatement of tilt number of vote rant for each xrmin voted for for tho Mildolllceiind elveloiwunddeposit7 The precinct ballot boxes nnd oil return arc to inside to the Chairman of tho County Committee nnd If ho Is not In the county to the Hecretary of the County Com mittee nt tho court hnuto In the time re iiulred by law towlt within two day uftertalil electron 8 And on noxt day after tald returns have leer made the County Committee khall fled stud cnuvlu the return mitt certify the snmu to the Chairman of the Lilitrlct UonGlollnltMtIIIUloor1IXNIchohiHvllle Jessamine county Kentucky meet stud canvni the returns declare till result and Union cortlllcato of nomination to the kuecctsful candidate The Hecretnry of this Committee U directed to KlvupubllenntlcoofthUolectloii as is required by law anil without delay In tho event thercl n Mirpliu remain after defrnylnt the Xwiikei of wild prlinnry It be returned to those by proportllntInshould le n deficit then the candidate shell lie assessed to supply such dollclt Irovlded however If no moro than one candidate shall hnvn compiled with the condition herein Imposed by AUK Itnd then the Uhalrmiin of thu DUtrlct directed to convene the Committee soon thereafter a practicable nt Nlcholusvllle Ky aunt to declare such candidate the regular nominee of tho Democratic party for said ottlce and to UMIU to hUn a certificate of uud the primary eltctloll herett ordered will not lie held The order on the ballot In which theI Hitmen of the candidate who ramp enter this primary hnll be printed shall be de termined by lot No registration shall bo required In town or no registration ills teen had under the generul election law PITOlIChnlrmnnLETenrq II PARKER HAIR BALSAM CtrtnM Iatm the hair froiiMUi I tniumni I to nulo MotorOurf1 PUBLIC SALE on TUJoHIIA y JlI I ns seore of the ilonnl of Trustee III ontr nt best bidder odtmhehulldlug uud grounds on Htnnford pike rontiilntn IS liens ttwr or h8 The hll hInil It n il brick structure stud could tiiitly ho iiuuln u residence without n grunt ilinl of rout Haw will take place lit YI J O llAUKKUHocrelnry Desirable Hone For Sale I I wlh to ull prtvntcly my homo on twin castor Avenue The rtnldtnec In n twostory frti mi of seven roomi and U spleudldrepair The outhouwmiro nuwnlid ronvtMilent The lot rontnlus IJi lien of hind and lays well fllrllllothlrtlw1II0glJlIlI on mo for further pnrtlculnri W K WAUNHUMiinford Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran Ito Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In nnd Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble llnlMd Letters n Hpeclnltv onico and works Wnynriburg u 1ailnitt Ant NOTICE I I Imve two large store roouis for sole nt Orlando Ituckeustle county one of tiatl x7i the other Midi with two cotxl Itl- trwuutid IIIUI to lluu worth m gonanl invrrhnndUe than town lUll oonlnlnlim uUiut IS ncrv one goal Jx1t11 cottagehousetojUatmauayearwhile oukiKiplnr chestnut and plus tint tier Also about relUUfelof lopmrwhlte- oak chestnut nnd pine on sticks A lion llvuinllralrom mllrumltwo saw mills lust movliiK tutu the iibtivu tl1dnr of timber Write lor further particular J A WOO Orlnndo Ky PUBLIC SALE ndmlnltrntor d lanli non with tho will annoxiil of lieu W Jnmeo I will on HATUUIIAY AUUUHT IS iuu lit about M on the premises otter for solo nt public outcry the followliiK real e hates IIrsttheho1ut place of this lithe O W Jnme containing about HI hurts of land mt there is u flow brisk house ofs room and nil necessary outbuilding the dwelling and must of this land hllIft In the corporals limit of Crab Orchard frame dwellliiiclmioo aid lot on thedxt side of Main street In tJrnb Orchard Ky now occupied by Mr M V term will lie announced on day of Mile JII IAXTOX AdinrAc Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We are prepared to write insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the buslnei of the citlteni of the Knst End None but the test compan lea represented Oflico with Crab Orchard Banking Co Hnve n tnlk with III before plnrlng your in lurnnco of renewluff old policies List your property with uinnd we sell It for you charging you only n smnll per cent IPRES rPTIONS1 I THREE THINGSI I 1nreI 1nreI Stanford Drug Co- V 1 R DECK fhurm- aclstwsratsfstr Price Reduction wllsssi We have reduced the Price 25 Per Cent on all Lawns Batistes and Fancy White Goods S W JE PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Ill Opportunity t 1 V r O Such as this you seldom find is THIS ONE offered you today A few of those ALL WOOL TWOPIECE SUITS to close atI500 Per Suit Are not shelf worn not old stock but all light colors Also a few light colored THREE PIECE SUITS perfectly allwool Nothing in these lots worth less than 750 Some of them are 10 1250 and 15 Suits TheIprice of all is 5 per suit to close them out H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible lot most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined J 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 withdraw every particle of impurity from the pores all the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow ol health youSAMPLEFREEof the famous book J Trtatiit tn Fttial Manage PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD KENTUCKY arasfltlbtslills e rtr I I Rubber 00006000 Rubber I Not rubber neck but ItUHEROID tho best roofing for the money will last longer than any ready roofing mac1eImarket A trial will convince Investigate S H I idgeISTANFORD Tinner and Plumber IIa1 l Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 years Iras had n rapid continual growth Nine Departments as follows It t Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influence l wholesome Write for Catalogue J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDON KY T t NEW PALL SKIRTS t J1 Itraaira ft I it We have just received our first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and Black Panamas SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY1 Cy Jfiv 27 1000 1STANtOlln Ico Croam Soda at fanny s tPERSONALSDons to tho wife of John Englomnn Jrlff a RonIJlluoi G M DAVISON is at homo if from Covington MfSS LUCHJB Coortm Is at Cra Orchard Springs Mp Gnoiinu H FAnnie U In Louis s vJ J buytng goals MR BOWAIID Coorim is up from j 3n 110 for a tow daysIJ C w1th tho hotnofolke hero HON J M AUVBKBON is rusticating nt Crab Orchard Springs 4 Mu JOHN W UHOWN of Mt Vcr non was In town Tuesday MR AND MRB J H SHANKS arc in Chattanooga with relatives MR W H THAYLOR went to Cincl nati Wednesday on busineM MIss Sun THOMPSON of MU Vernon is with Miss Addle McClary MR GEOROB II SAUFLBY went to Frankfort on loRal business yesterday MRS W W WAIJB who had n so yore case of typhoid fever is conva lescing MRS JOSEPH COFKEY went up to Lon don Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs 1William Dillion DunOKA Hose who has been with Miss Mary Pcnnington returned I to Jellico Tuesday Miss CARRIB THOMPSON who h been the ntt of Miss Stella Uupley returned to Corbin Tuesday In A A MCKINNEY JR of Hlrm ingham is with his relative Mr S II Buchanan at Crab Orchard 1 Miss jBSSin D COOKE and Mr J W Allen drove down rem lIuslolvllleT- 11eldllY and spent tho day with friends MR AND MRS J C HAYS returned Tuesday night from Bureka Springs Ark considerably improved In health Miss MARY MOULBY and brother Master William Moblcy loft yesterday fur Covington to visit Mtos Leonora Hawley MR JAMBS GOOCH of tho Mckinney section Is ill with flux Ills wire who has fever is doing as well as could be expected MR WADE PHKKINH and Miss Ma Kuerito Sallcc passed through fro Crab Orchard to tho Hustonvillo Fal yesterdayMiss MURPHY of Jclllco has been tho guest of MIw Mary Mn ley is the guest of Miss SallioT Smith at Lancaster t MISSES FLORENCE CRBNSHAW o f Knoxville and Mary Claire Marbury of Riverside Ala arc with their cousin Mrs M C Saulley HORN to tho wife of Frank Pumph rey of Somerset a sonJames Garner Pumphrey The father worked In this oftfco several months this year Mn AND MRS GEO L CARTER are back from Martinsvlllo Ind where tho latter has been for her health We aro sorry to state that she was not greatly SHAP AiD KOWAN WEBB who have been with their grand part tints Judge and Mrs M C Snuney for some time returned to Knoxville Wednesday Mike Penny returned wit them THE friends of Mr W J Price will be glad to learn that his condition mnch improved and sday is very hoped now that there has been pturn for the better and that ho will soon convalescent Advocate MR T S BARR the gentlemanly representative of the Hagan Gas En glno Mfg Winchester was hero Wednesday We are under obligations to ham for work on our engine bought of his firm and which is giving entire satisfaction JUDGE STERLING F GRIMES of Cuero Texas who is with his brother Mr W P Grimes here paid this office t a pleasant call Tuesday Tho Judge who has filled several offices of honor including the circuit judgship and that of district attorney informed us that citizen now and is devoting ho Is a private his entire attention to the law Ills part of Texas is in a prosperous condillon Judge GrimM told us with = for cottonedmost excellent prospects corn These are tho crops and when their yield Ie abundant times are correspondingly good We are Grimes has glad to know that In the Lono Star State lind that satdsfachisstory eae i1 Mlt J R BUSH Is over from Lexing ton MRS A G HUFFMAN of Louisville is with her sisters here Miss RHEA WBIMBK of Louisville arrived yesterday to visit Miss Stella Ruploy MIBSBS FANNIE ANTI ANNA LOUISE WRIGHT of Louisville are with Mr and Mrs Scheffol Wright tolr to hit father and sisters here MB6DAMBS C M HBNRY of Chicago and W R Rice of Louisville passe yesterdayu to visit their parents Mr and Mrs S E Owsloy Mil A G KASTLAND who was here from Loulsvlllo yeterdayiaid that his son Clelland Eastland was as low as ho could bo and there is no hope of recovery LOCALSnART was fined 10 for shooting on Somerset Street FOR SALt New cabbage peas bccta and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard THE L willanother 175 roundtrip excursion to Louisvilio from this place Aug 5 WITH almost everybody gone to the Hustonvillo fair Stanford yesterday looked like a deserted village MB En HuiiBARl the boss gardncr IShDS our thanks tor a sample of his fine tomatoes which are almost as largo as pumpkins MRS ELIZA HARRIS lost a long black pocket book between Stanford and her home near Hubble It contained some change and several checks Finder will return to her and receive reward WHITE Mrs rank J White aged 74 is dead at Lancaster She was splendid Christian woman and will missed in her community Sho is sur vived by hor husband and several grown children Tho husband Is known here having been a typesetter on this paper some 12 or 16 years ago HELM TO STEAK AT BRODHEAD lion Harvey Helm of this place will Saturr pay I nominra c bo cheerfully accorded his oppo trvent Judge John W Hughes If there are any hempbuyers In Stanford they would do well to advcr tlso in the INTERIOR JOURNAL writes Mr W H Purr from Flat Wood Garranl county Wo often hear farmers wondering if they could not got better prices for their hemp in Stanford than in Lancaster II he adds Tin camp meeting on Green River Jumbo four miles from McKinney wi begin Aug 9 and continuo until Aug 20 Good grounds fine outing splendid roads to camp Tho preaching and singing will bo a feature Rev J C Johnson and wife of Wilmore will do tho preaching and Miss Roao Yowell will lead the singing Como and bo with us and wo will do you good Writes WilmorehSUBS INSURANCE COMPANY A suit to railcar a 2500 the life placet0who was killed in the wreck on the L N at Louisville May 28 has been brought by his mother Mrs Emma E Coleman to whom tho policy was mad payable The petition says that Mr Coleman applied to the defendant the Citizens Lifo Insurance Co for a pol icy in Qecember 1905 and that it was prepared for him so as to go into Dec 30 of that year The company represented at this place by Mr G B Cooper IN this appears tho announce meat of lIon Harvey Helm of Lin coIn county as a candidate for Con gress in the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert To tho voters of Rockcastlo no word of introduction or commendation is necessary He is well and favorably known to us all Well do we remember thegallant fight which hemado two years ago and which ho lost by only a hairs breadth Ho one a of Kentuckys noblest sons a true and loyal democrat a lawyer of mark ed ability and a splendid advocate If honored with the office which ho seeks ho would be a credit to tho grand old Eighth Mt Version Signal YOUR SUfiriER NEEDS Your Summer needs can be supplied at our store We are keeping the merchandise people want Remember all Summer Goods are going at Reduced Prices i 15 RAIN COATS this week at 0 Style good cloth Severance Son NEW red polka dot lawns and Swisses on tho bargain table this week Severance Son CUMMINS MCCLARY are offering a 25 per cent reduction on low cut shoes underwear and straw hats OLIVER plows and Disc harrows are just in Buy thorn and you will make no mistake W H Higgins LandSingleton Apply at this office WANTED 1000 pounds country hams 1000 pounds country lard pounds country bacon T D New land isIF you have town p petty or a farm for sale or rent or want to buy or rent let the Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co know it DONT forget the great Festival to be given by St Sylvester church at 01 tenhcim tomorrow Saturday A Irag crowd will be on hand and a great timo is anticipated COMING Tho Lyceum Comedy Co will open a weeks engagement unpil- etheir own water proof tent on tho Carson lot on Monday July 30 at popular prices Now special scenery and bril Kant electrical effects are carried for all of the plays and a company of ar fiats have been especially engaged to insure a first class production in every respect On Monday night the comedy drama A Convicts Daughter will- bra the play Prices 15 25 and 35 cents no higher Remember the date July 30 for one solid week rrominentdruggist day to go before the State Board of Valuation and Assessment which di PenbQny a one owners Water Light and Ice Company and he will make complaint to the Santo Board against the high rato of assessment mado upon its franchise He will show that the city of Stanford sold the water works plant franchise for whereas the valun of its franchise as fixed in preliminary assessment by the State Bonn Is 9000 The owners do not contend that the assessment should be reduced to which the city got out of the plant but they do think that 9 000 is a pretty steep valuation to place on ftand Mr Penny will have some convincing facts and figures to show the Board when it goes into session to tako action on the case Besides being interested in many of tho public util flea and other business enterprises of his hustling little city Mr Penny oc casionally takes a hand in tho political game and is accounted a whcelhorse for Democracy in his neck of the woods llFrankfort Journal OLD PAPER Mr Thomas Davison brought us a few weeks ago a copy of the Central Dispatch published at Stafford Friday May 13 1870 Mr William II Miller was its editor and the paper is a seven column tolloI well printed and a most creditable sheet The paper is of course democratic in politics and carried the following ticket fur county officers For county judge M C Saufley county attorney R C Warren sheriff Walter G Saunders county clerk John Blain jailer Thos Buford assessor James P Gooch surveyor Ben Hawkins coroner J B Norris Messrs Marshall and Trabuo were rival candidates for Congress and in a earl they suggest that tho sense of the people on their choice be taken nt tho Augucst election The paper tells of big preparations being made to 7 Lodges n a meeting of tho stock men of tho county in order to arrange for the Fourth Annual Fair One of itslocal brevities is as follows County dour passad off qnietly no drunk men nor rioting The jail has been empty since circuit court adjourn edr The paper carried display ad ver tiscments for Chenault Hughes dry goods Thomas Richards jeweler II Wheeler painter Mesalck Bro dry goods W H Anderson druggist Ows ley Miller grocers and commission merchants etc The Dispatch contained a price list which showed buttcrwaa worth 30c eggs 15c bacon 7 to 20c beef 12J to 14c lard 20c brown sugar 121 to ICc white 18c tea 150 to 250 per pound coffee 25 to Sftr coal oil SOc coal 35c bushel IIIMM i dfWi11LE taking honey yesterday Miss Eulah Totten was fearfully stung by the bees liar condition for a whiteI was such that n doctor had cillctl OLYMPIAN SPRINGS now open for the treatment of rheumatism nervous ness indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F M Sims propr IT is reportrdthut William Hamilton who conducted a jewelry store here sev oral years ago is dead in Canada His wife who was divorced from him mar ried a Lexington man and lives in that city 0TINS is the last and best day of the Hustonville Fair If you did not go yesterday nor the day before you land better take advantage of tho oppor rarity today to see the best lot of horse stock you ever saw at a county foieWANTEDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Stanford Ky rWHILE here Wednesday Mr T S Burr representing the Hagan Gas Engino Mfg Co of Winchester sold three gasoline engines One to Cummins McClary who will use it in making light for their store one to J B Camcnisch the dairyman and another to M S Baughman The aIResidence For Sale I ter1I1I1tolrnblo residence on lluntonvlllt Ht in Htnn ion Ky Mar particular write mo nt Mt thedJOHN JONKH FARM FOR SALE Wt hoer for wile n iplt mll l larrarilcounty farm It lion on the IxxliiKtou plkv nlioittlOf inllf from Idincaster and ron tnlnc HlNint yn acre 15 to Uwnrrm of thin Farm iirtHiiltiihlu for littnp nml tolmcco A hnaPThin farm lira wvll and 1ms n brick n a Idemroil It Tills n lino farm H you wish to Mt im aloof It you rtiu find us at JIII1KIIIInuln5terKJUAN M OIIAND IIN OIIAND PUBLIC SALE If not sold privately I will on Wednesday Aug 1506 ntl1urxmtthrtmndaeantJUNC The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property ConsUtlMKof about Ij acre of hind factory bulldliiK whlrh linn nUiut Wft fret floor otte SHlinrw owrr engine ono M hunt power hotter nilHinilpmunt of Cun ling machinery with caimclty of ID110 cuss- Of fruit or tKtnlIIlIIlr daySest cnipty aKUnd rain with solder brnt rapN Thin lot U well located on the L ti N rnllroml and Ira lion flu fret train thu O depot The building Is well Killed for most nnv kind of manufacturing enterprUe or would make a capital plnco for relinmlllnK lotus co For further Information call on or ad dresi Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAil n 811KL1IV Mgr PUBLIC SALE I heal KutatiMind Personal Property Havlm determined to move toOklnhoma will at my farm tulles Weil of Crab Urvhard on till Crab Orchard A Unlit hip road on- HATIMDAY AUO J11I6 commencing promptly at oclock hell the following de crllied property My fiirin If not Mild privately Ixlore 4IK acre acre of which ItKood bottom hunt and flat lu lnncv le gad grnlx nndeoru land TIll farm In all In gnus now except oral ThU farm contains one good dwelling with rovmB a good medical well In tlieynnl and good free itoue spring on the farm good born and all kind of necessary outbuild good orchard and garden This farm In well fenod and convenient to churchex 1huoI8111111 on llural Itoutu No I U In gDal nelghlMirhood mud U one among tho healthiest places III the Htate of Kentucky This farm will ho Mild for S cash and tho re mainder In 13 and it year with n per rent Interest from dntv of sale and lien retained on the farm for purchase money Thu itt rswu l property consists of ono end lilt and ha rnesi good milk cows and calves extra milk lOW1 hogs lot of chick ens 15 large wlilto ducts I horsy wagon and harncKx r buggy and harness corn nheller I good harrow and n lot of farming tools ladys Huddle mans aridly Ujd Ntvndnndeprbtga marble top dressor 1IR1Y Htwlug goal ns now l tdr Nap fox stove as new alrtlght nine rune iiottom chairs t rockers ihtrrollot of wheat In stack half of the growing crop will la old tot 0 old cost Olltl In too thvaves Jinny other things too tedious to mention Any person desiring to look at this farm will e on Able llryant lit thu farm or wrlto to him at Htnnfonl KYkH F1 No1 or JI Chandler tlln It KIN01 ABLBBIIVANT Col J P Chandler Auctioneer tiff r 0AMERICAN LADY CORSETS We have just placed on sale a bran new stock of new shape Corsets in the very pop ular American Lady Brand Ivi A 1 a0 4 WN1 11WIvWI Nr 1 MidSuriner Clearance I rSalel i rsslasr 25 Per Cent Reduction on jHatsderwear i ssesrssr ftt i 85 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 8B 75 3 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent 2 3 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 2 2 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent J 1 63i2 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 1 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 2 00 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 1 100 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 13i50 Underwear less 25 per cent 25 Underwear less 25 per cent 1 00 Underwear less 25 per cent 75 saw CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY L t 1IIII I I r I I t ++ + H I I + t 1111 r U I III + + I III I t SE6iRLH H The Biggest i ValuesI ever Shown in Table Lineni 72Inch Wide All Linen 1 f Value at 73c Per Yard Others for 23c per r yard andup +++++ + +10 ft Levi BUEY L coaN Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House t STANFORD KENTUCKY tI II14ttttllllt I I ua a n t y The Interior Journal Bnlertd in tht PottOffice at Stanford cu t tievndclait matter- yygLIeIIBDt TUES AY AND riUDA Ii s1o0 PER WAR CASH i be chargedwillWhen not ea paid WOO Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIETOR Livery Fedo and Salo SUUi Lancaster Ky Sareea wellfed and Cited for Up date tin at reasonable rates 1 NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSa Ir CLAIUtSONl- rcn1JNCTION CITY KY XtntCUi Turnout at Travelingltden- Oraln tei AueoUon to and nay For B- aleINSURANCE i pare Lightning Wlndstorm the HTIt0 lG1CHT and and Jlli8TcompBnlellWIJrelented lulng lowetPoI ar Rates Unequalled Talk with sr I MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Roildenoa Phone NOM f 35 Farm Mules For Saler I All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed t Sale Stable Danville Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce rk Carter I Livery Feed and Sale Stable Street STANFORD KY 1Depot to Commercial Men Your patronage is couched Hone on commission Stock Pone In Connoctfon t Two Farms For Sale I with to sell my form of 170 Aereee miles Veet of Lancaster on the Iexi- Jngton It U well unprotd arid ha plenty of wnter and timber fenced In reunlr of 100 ncreiunimproved farmAlso an lexundbetween lnncnlterJytnK midway each wn Wellrngton Good outlet fenced Ternuriiuonnble TI UI1UUNO llnrkibury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy clothlnK whenthere tUe difference In the price of high gradereadyntadocult and a suit made to by nn experienced sailor I have a handsome line Spring Summer goods 1 cnn make from a low price overcoats ult trousers to the andfancy vettajThe company 1 represent U ono of the belt H CRUPLEY the Tailor 1 aJtl Traglor uiALia in Whlskn Branflu Wines Beer Gluars Etc gSSrV STANFORD KY Prompt an4 polIU ttttntlon Nothlnt l tbl be I drink Mill phon er Ul tr p6 order rtclrt VOBptatttntloa ee lteeT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IIarneaaSaddlery c- iSTANFORD KENTUCKY Phone IB 7 Home Phono 85 IOlllce JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture Mntting Rug They will cxcbf1nge Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY i f iiit If LJ r tiJII tT FARMERS DEPARTMENT Nigger Mike a 100 to 1 shot won a good race at Brighton Beach Wednesday C E Tate bought of W P Grimes Jr a suckling colt by Dignity Dare for H Baughman of Boyle sold 56 96pound lambs Who can beat that average 7 FOR SALE Choice Shropshire ram lambs at 10 E G BIckley Stanford R F D No 2 ESTRAYTwo yearling heifers came to my place two months ago Owne Ian have same by paying for keep and this notice J H White In Clark county the new crop of timothy hay is selling in tho local market at about 14 per ton baled Corn stands at 60 cents per bushel A deep red heifer weight about 600 pounds with W branded on right hip left July 6 Reward for her recovery T M Estes Crab Orchard One of the largest yields of wheat far reported is that of Samuel H Pay no of Paynes Depot He has raised over 5000 bushels this BenSon Ono of his Fayette farms averaged 48 bushel to the acre John Mackey former manager of the Rancho del Paso breeding establishment in California arrived at Lexlrgton Sat urday with two Japanese boys sons of M Hyashi of Tokyo and they will remain at Elmendorf Stud for several months in order to thoroughly study the arts of breeding as practiced in this country The lads will make their home at the Haggin farm and will be given every opportunity to learn the breeding business after which they will return to Japan and begin the breeding of thoroughbreds on a large sca- leS IN MEMORIAM On July 16th Mrs Nettie Williams wife of Mr Reuben Williams of Mc Kidney fell asleep in Jesus after three weeks of intense suffering from flux aged 58 She was a daughter of Col Robert and Margaret Bibb who preceded her to the grave several years ago sister of Mrs Joe Walker Wash ington City Mrs Clara Tanner Nash ville Tenn Mrs Hattie Winscott of High Bridge Miss Helen Bibb and Mrs Dr Moore McKinney all of whom were at her bedside when the end came She gave them every hope of going home to father and mother Just be fore the end came shtf repeated those beautiful words Just as I am without one plea But that Thy blood was shed for me And that Thou biddest me come to Thee Oh Lamb of God I come I come She Vas laid to rest in the beautiful city of the dead at Stanford after remarks at the grave by Eld LlI Omer A good wife and mother has gone May He Who doeth all things well comfort the bereaved husband son and other loved ones in this dark honr SISTERI Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous pun in ventor placed his gun before a com mittee of judges he stated Us carrying power to bit much below what he felt sure the gun would accomplish Tho result of trial was therefore a great surprise Instead of disappoint meat It is the same with the manu facturers of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoflu 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 will positively cure diarrhoea dysentery pains in the stomach and bowels and has never been known to fall For sale by Stanford Drug Co The Phoenix Royal Insurance Com pany of Vienna which carried 2500 000 of insurance in San Francisco has decided not to pay any of the loss growing out of the conflagration last April The companys policies carried no earthquake clause The company claims its policies are null and void as the said earthquake was wholly responsible for the conflagration that followed A Bard Lot if troubles to contend with spring from a torpid liver and blockaded towels unless you awaken them to heir proper action with Dr Kings Sew Life Pills tho pleasantest and most effective euro for Constipation fhoy prevent Appendicitis and tone ip the system 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne limos Crab Diehard In Singar hMalay archipelago two bottles are placed neck to neckI and sand is put into one of them which ours itself into the other every half hour when the bottles are reversed 011 a line nearby are hung 12 rods larked with notches from and to The whole arrangement is in charge ot- an attendant who sounds the hours on gong Rich IdlerWhy dont you ever return any of my visits Herr Professor Great ScholarThe conditions are different when you come to see mo you pass away the time but Dose It f Good Resolutions Turned Down The following resolutions were offered by Mr J R Mount at a meeting of tie democrats of Garrard county which endorsed Senator James B McCreary RESOLVED that we heartily approve andendorse the acts of Gov J C W Beckham in the rigid enforcement of laws of the State and in closing the saloons and observing the Sabbath day as holy Be it further resolved that the demo crats of Garrard county endorse and commend to the democrats of the na tion for president in 1903 that peerless statesman and true exponent of demo cratic principles tho Hon Wm J Bry an The chair ruled the resolutions out of order as an amendment to the resolu tions endorsing lion James B Mc Creary and the democrats assembled declined to endorse them when offered separatelyIGov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and phllarithro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper lent known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores r Gov Beckham delivered a nonpolit cal address at the Elks fair at George town Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reportedDanville Aug 13 days Horrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 163 days Lawrenceburg Aug 211 days Springfield Aug 224 days London Aug 284 days Nicholasvillc Aug 283 days Shelbyvllle Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 41 days Elizabethtown SepJ 43 days 1Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept w daysd Saved His Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Elgin III was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition says Mr J E Houghlandf Eldon Iowa I gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved his lifo I have been engaged for 10 years In immigration work and conducted many parties to tho south and west I always carry this remedy and have used It successfully on ninny occasions Sold by Stanford Drug Co The explosion of a lamp caused the destruction by fire of a grocery at Rag land Ky Stanfords Cash Basis Grocery and Hardware House STANFORD KENTUCKY W H HIGGINSPROPRIETOR J W ROUT JR Head Salesman first Floor FRANK IJARNETT General Manager Second Floor La dies Department HARVE STEWART Expert Machinist Thin Floor T Call and get ono of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove aa well in oven X3 GEORGE H FARRIS tx Stanford Kentucky Special Bargains in Refrig erators and Water Coolers George Da Hopper Stanfor Ky Groceries and Hardware Atlantic City Cape May and Other Coast Resorts tttrnlteDae tflfiOO RoundTrip viii Chesapeake iV Ohio Ky THURSDAY AUG I 1900 Tickets good lr days and permitting stopover at Washington Baltimore and Philadelphiii returning Through sleepers and conches no change of cars Secure space now For full information call on or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky STANfORD MALE fEMAlE SEMINARY First term begins MONDAY SEPT 8 lflO5 Our faculty is strung equipment fir kc1n8 Hiirrouudinga comfortable college work dune on college principles work accepted by tho best institutions in tho State rates very reasonable Dont scud off to school when you have as good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky m REDUCED PRICES Mens 8500 Suits Reduced to S400 Mens 050 Suits Reduced to GOO MOIIB 8750 Suits Reduced to 000 Menjs 8850 Suits Reduced to 700 Mews 8UOO Suits Reduced to 750 Mens 81000 Suit Reduced to 8011 I Mews 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mens 81250 Suits Reduced to 1100 Mens 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200 ii8 fl The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens 11 Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices L J SAM ROBINSON 1 Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Huts and Cups Ladiesnull Goats Furnish ings Etc the store that saves you in moy Next Door to Lincoln County National r STANFORD KY BankI TortrefMnllunr BurllarrL1rullIlDo Coed by MZEMOM MIr Fl Yw WHY SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE E Ilea MtuinXB Co BL Loon 110IIAltainrad Iu Mar Utk ttt Shut ene Ikllerlnt that ZlsMO urM mr arms nil laden robl KIm wbl Tour run medlnndldfor mw Iueurdsltarlroeatottan- Cs M of Itchint eczema of bulb use lest tight nmtrani doeton a DJ II could httr ol boltsecgInlbInteam 0rM auuea0 4 to mr ned tMkrVatii rarms btd nmt in odbtllTut MrbuikD llmufktatKMIIol XKMOi the anU r httuualoppdtbllchlett rarmet0badeomafmrmaayNnaconsldrsoon a mlratls tldqqr all Iand comagd XRUOtaaapraonrueennttrum VI ft faavtU I v air n skin on graltaltr- OUAfANTIID ff AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD the Lincoln ounty national flank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 OFFICERS iS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J ll Owsisr Stanford II SHANK St nferJ O W OAHTKH TuroenrllU W II OUHMIN IreaaheriTlIle U O On tOil Waynetburff W II THATMH Queen Creek It L Iluoiuc IKaeattnr W O WALKEII StanrordJ J U FODTCU Stanford W II fiUMJH 8tnford J n PAXTUM 8t nfor- JWeniKctfullr tollclt the IlCOulltall f Imllvllunli Klrminnil Oortornnons Ilnnki andtlinnkcrt unit lire prelmrd to furnish nil lfK ltori inoli noroiiiinoilntloiu 01 coniKtKiit with sole honking Motifni HuMy lVK ilt Nuns In our vault for nes of our Vutolner First National BankStanford Kr Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wae originally eitablliheA at the Deposit flank of In lilt then reorganized ae the National Rank of Stanford In 183 and again reorganlied at the Pint National Ilaik of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence It li better with facilities for traniact lagbusiness promptly and well than ever before In ItI long honorable career Accounts of Individuals plduclarlts and Corporations Solicited J 9 HOOKER Prtik S T tlAHnift V Prat J J MoKOURUTS Ohr W H WEAHKNA r Reid Vuylll T tltrrli Stanford J B Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney U D Elmere Stanford IL Hanghman Stanford T P Stanford Ju Itoblntoo UubbU I II IlauKhinan Stanford J H Iettui Stanford 0 E YOUR IV Paints and IN Oils BtanrureJDRUGGISTI Glass Toilet Wall and Will bo for low cash ces by W D McRoberts Offloirs Oh- rlDiraotors Drugs Articles Paper Cigars supplied IIp STANFORD I PEiteoNAT supervision given to all Pre riptions compounded J UI Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting und nIl the Commercial ttmnchca taught in the Commercial Department of t the SUE HKNNKTr AIKMOUFAL SCHOOL Students nuts holding good positioaa Diplomas grunted to those who finish the educatiQpSeptelubcrfor particulars J C LEWIS orE H LYLE London Ky r