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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n I IVOLt XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 31 1906 NO 39 IGREAT WAS THE HUSTONVILLE FAIR Good Crowds Fine Show Rings Perfect Weather and Splendid Or der The Hustonvillo Fair camu to a close at 445 Friday afternoon adding an other successful fair to tho already long list There were those who thought two fairs in Lincoln county were too atalooks as if the best county on the map I might havo at least one moro exhibition this year I r there was n loud word or any disorderly act during the throe days r coftho Hustonvillo fair wo did not hear IL Everybody was not only out for n good time but on hU good bo havtor as well It would take a column to tell of all the pleasing features of tho fair and the cleverness of tho West Endors but suffice it to say it was a thoroughly enjoyable occasion whore hospitality cut a big figure Fol lowing Is a list of those who won tho blue and red tics Thursday and Friday 20 Hull calf under 1 year Luke Carpenter prcni and cert 27 Hull calf year and under 2 Robert Fordrprcm and cert x 271 Hull any age Newell Bros prem 1ukq Carpen ter cert 23 I olfer calf under 1 year James Powell prem Luke Carpenter cert 29 Heifer calf 1 year and under 2 Luke Carpenter prem James Yow ell cert 30 Cow uny age Luke Carpenter prcm and cert 31 Saddle mare or gelding any age J T Crcnshnw prem Dodd San dldgo cert 32 Saddle stallion any age Uoggs Sandidge prem Mack Hughes cork 33 Now York saddle mare or gelding J Allen Edclln prom J T Crenshaw cert 34 Pair coach or carriage mares or geldings Crcnshaw Lucas prcm Smith Mcllobcrta cert 35 Roadster marc or gelding- C J P ecolj prcm M M Willis AI cert 36 Handsomest single turnout No decorationsMack prem J T Cren shixw cert SOJ Colt either sex Rowland Bishop prom B S Iow ell cert 37 Mulo 1 year and under 2 either sex H B Woods prom S T Harris curt 38 Mule 2 years and under 9 either sex Bontn Bros prom and cert SO Colt either sex by Dignity Dare W Grimes Jr prom Rowland t Bishop curt 301 Colt elthor sax lpy Red Loaf J It Bcaftloy prom G M GIvens curt p 40 harness stallion year andtmdcr- E 2 P Carpenter prom J II fleas Icy cert Harness mare 1 your and under 2 C C Carpenter prem G A Pey ton cert 42 Harness gelding 1 year nnl1 ijnder- Ludweil 2 Evans Jr prom J C May cert 43 Harness marc 2 years old and under 3 Allen Edelln prem J R Bcnzley cert 44 Harness marcs years old and under 4 Mack Hughes prem J II Deazley cert 45 Harness mare 4 yearsold and over Allen Edelin prem a P Cecil cert 46 harness gelding 4 years old and overM M Wall prom Dodd San didge cert 41 Harness stallion or geldjng2 years old and under 3 J T Crcnshaw prem Ed McCarty certI48 Harness gelding 3 years old and under Eastland Bonta prem Hugh Tark Ington cert 486 Harness stallion 3 years old and t under Sandidgo Powell prem J T Crenshaw cert 49 Harness stallion 4 years old and overJ M IL G Pottus pjern Mack Hughes cert 60 Saddle stallion maro or gelding J T Crenshaw prom Sandidge Hoggs cert Mack Hughes third Cl Roadster stallion mare or gelding- M M Wall prom C P Cecil cert I C James third G2 Saddle mare 4 years old and over Dodi Sandidge prom Edelin Luca cert G3 Saddle mare 2 years old and under 3 Edelin Lucas prem Joe Williams cert 54 Saddle mare 3 years old and under 4 Mack Hughes prem J T Cren shaw cert 55 Saddle stallion 1 year old and un der Mack Hughes prem E P Carpen ter cert Saddle maro 1 year and under 2 C C Carpenter prem G A Pey ton cert 57 Saddle gelding year and under 2 Ludweil Evans Jr prcm and cert 68 Saddle stallion or gelding 4 years old and over Boggs Sandidge prem Mack Hughes cert 59 Saddle stallion or gelding 3 years old and under 4 Sandidge Powell prem J T Crtnshaw tort Saddle stallion or gelding 2 years old and under 3 Mack Hughes pram J T Cren shaw cert 61 Saddle stallion any age Mack Hughes prcm J T Cren shaw cert 62 Ihaeton pony under 15 hands Mrs W S Van Arsdale prem R H McDonald cert G3 Fancy turnout team J T Crcnshaw prem J C Halley cert G4 Rockaway mare or gelding Edeltn Lucas prem It D Moore cert 05 Fanciest Shetland pony turnout driven by boy and girl under 12 years single or double Edelin Lucas prem Cover Gentry cert Pair Shetland ponies under 146 hands high Gover Gentry prem Edelin Lu cas cert 07 Best stable of horses owned or handled by one party 4or more horses Mack Hughes Edelin Lu cas certIG3 Walk Ing stallion mare or gelding Sam M Owens prom Henry Baugh man cert G9 Fancy saddle mare or gelding Edelin Lucas prem C T San didgc cert 70 Model stallion mare or gelding- D S Carpenter premium Mack Hughes cert 71 Combined mare or gelding any age Edelln Lucas prom and cert 72 Roadster stallion mare or gelding any age speed style endurance and soundness considered M M Wall prem I C James curt Abe Ccjcman third A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect jwrmllUd a leak In tho groat North Sun dyke which a childs linger could have stopped to beoumo u ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kannoth Mulver of Vaneelwro Mo permitted a Itttlo void to go unnoticed until a tragic llnlsh was only averted by Dr Kings Now Dliiuovory IU writes Three doctors gave mo up to die of lung Inflammation caused by a nog looted cold but Dr Kings Now Dis covery saved my lIfo Guaranteed bust dough and cold cure ut Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Urns Crab Orchard Wo and 81 Trial bottle fryo Lieut Clarence England of tho Unit ed States cruiser Chattanooga was killed by a bullet at Cho Foo China fired frotni the French armored cruiser Dupetit Thouars Tho shooting is thought to have been accidental and the French officials are expected to make ample apologies Bowel Complaint In Children During tho summer months children are mibjcct to disorders of tho bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the ilrst unnatural loose noss of tho bowels appears rho Lost medloluo In use for bowel complaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemedy as ft promptly controls any unnatural looseness of the bowels For sale by Stanford Drug Co himforwork in tho Fischer Lea foundry and later when ho caused his son to stop work his wife remonstrated with him J A Bcierllcn of Louisville swallowed tho contents of a two ounce bottle of carbolic acid Quick relief for Asthma Sufferers Foloy Honey and Tar alTordslm modato relief to asthma sufferers In tho worst stages and If taken In time will olToct u cure Pennys Drug Store Ono of the most extensive crusades against gambling ever undertaken in Rhode Island is fn progress 1 NEWS NOTES H C Prokmeyer former lieutenant governor of Missouri died in St Louis from a surgical operation Miss Annie Hicks was accidentally shot and killed by Bass Morris a nine yearold boy at DawSon Springs Secretary Root arrived at Rio Janeiro and was given a cordial welcome b the representatives of several nations Tho hearing in the contempt charge against Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland 8 been postponed until July 31 James Harding a teamster and his son were instantly killed by their wagon overturning on them near Cory don IndrU S Marshal William Manes was shot and killed at Richmond Mo by James Price a deserter from Jefferson BarracksAt near Nashville a Ne grew gave birth to six children Tho children are well formed and all alive at last accounts Tho demand for labor in California is far In excess of thesupply despite tho fact that tho wages being paid aro the highest on record Samuel Byerly the express company clerk of New York who bid in 5800 000 on tho Panama bonds has disposed of his holdings at a profit of 27024 At a meeting in Nashville of the various fair associations comprising th Southern FnirCircutt it was decided that Knoxvillo be dropped for tho pres entJohn Black and Will Hagin Negroes were lynched by a mob of 200 men at Fort Gardner Fla They had murdered Ed Granger a white turpentine oper atorCreditors filed suit against the South ern Mutual Investment Company of Lexington to recover from stockholders about 1200000 which is alleged as a deficit Copt J Wesley Conner one of the few river men left from the prosperous stcamboatlng era before the Civil War died at his home in New Albany Ind of old age In a lecture at the State University of Wisconsin Miss Abby S Moyhew dean of women at the university condemned peekaboo waists tight lacing and petticoats D spatches to the mercantile reviews Indicate that business continues more active than ever before at this season of tho year and at most points collec tions are prompt Judge Chytraus of Chicago declared that many of the Iroquois Theater cases will come to naught through the carelessness of the plaintiffs lawyers who have allowed the statute of limp tations to interpose John C Hately was appointed receiver of Zion City His bonds were placed at 25000 Tho adjudication in tho bankruptcy proceedings against Dowie was set aside Joseph Rodccap who weighed 44 pounds but was sufficiently active t attend to his farm ing duties died sud denly from a blood clot on his brain at his home near Anderson Ind Dr Frank Billings who attended Marshall Field seven days has put in a claim for 25000 This is believed to be tho largest fee ever charged by a physician in the United States At a meeting of the Illinois Central directors in Chicago an understanding was reached between President Fish and Fl H Harriman whereby thero will bo no contest for proxies at the coming election in October Every dollar of Russell Sagos great fortunccstimatcd at 75000000 is left to Mrs Sago by a will made in 1901 except an insignificant bequest made to Mrs Fannie Chapin of Oneida N Y an only sister who died two years ago Ed Williams who was sent to tho penitentiary in April from Lexington to servo five years for robbery Is miss ing at the prison and tho officials be lieve that ho has either made good his escape already or is hiding awaiting a chance to scale tho walls in the dark ness A thorough search failed to un earth him Dont Be Backward Do not hesitate to ask for a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets We are glad to give them to anyone who Is troubled with biliousness constipation or any disorder of tho stomach Many have been permanently cured by their use Stanford Drug Co Attorney General Henry M Lawrence received word from tho War De partment at Washington that an offi cer regular United States army will Le assigned to the encampment of tho Kentucky State this year at Henderson Stimulation Without Irritation That Is tho watchword That is Syrupdoesbowels without Irritation In any form Pennys Drug Store w IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John A Willis aged 80 is deadat NicholasvilleMorris formerly of this place has opened a store at Liberty At Jackson Dennis Brewer years oldcut and probably fatally wounded Jeff Evcrsole W Zilhart a veteran of the 9Mexican war and ono of the oldest res- Idents of Shelby county is dead otpa ralysis Do Forest N Young who has only one arm caught and landed a pike fishi weighing 18 pounds and measuring 3 feet 2J inches at Rockcastle Springs Expert fishermen say they never saw or heard of large a fish of tho kind A movement is on foot to hold a rous lag old fashioned barbecue In Pcrryvillo during the month of August or Septem ber and as practically all of the people are for McCreary he will be the cen tral figure although other candidates will be invited Mrs Robert Broughton was stabbed to death while asleep in her home in Barbourvillc A Negro servant who stayed in tho house is under arrest but protests her innocence claiming tho murder was committed by a man who broke Into the house and ran after stabbing tho woman News has just been received here of the death of Mrs S E Farrand moth whicheoccurred at Colorado Springs last Sunday night at 1130 Mrs Farrand was formerly a resident of this city and had charge of the College Home for a num ber of yearsAdvocate Howard Watts charged with tho murder of Mrs Tabissa Sallee who was found dead in a fence corner on tho roadside between Harrodsburg and Durgin was dismissed at his examining trial by Judge W K Cardwell upon motion of County Attorney Allin at Harrodsburg Mr Allin stated that ho u had made a thorough Investigation of the case and could find no evidence upon which to hold WattsIIThe following resolution was adopted at a union meeting of all the Christian denominations in Lancaster Whereas all tho churches of Lancaster Garrard county Ky having assembled this Sabbath day July 29 1900 in a union meeting and as a body of Christian cit izens we stand for civic righteousness Be it therefore resolved that we com mend and endorse the acts of Gov J C W Beckham in his earnest endeavor to more rigidly enforce the laws of tho State in his endeavor to close the saloons on Sunday and the observance of the Sabbath as a holy day Kentucky Fair Dates The following are tho dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1900 as far as Aug 13 days Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Aug 214 days 0Brodhead 153 days oLawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 154 days London Aug 284 days Nicholaaville Aug 283 days Shclbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 111 days Only 82 Years Old- I am only 82 years old and dont expect even when I get to be real old to fftl that way us long as I can get Klectrlo Hitters says Mrs E II Hrunson of Dublin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as young and makes the woak as strong us this grand tonic medicine Dys pepsin torpid liver kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown after taking Electric Bitters a reason able time Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bro CrabOrchard Price 60c Government attorneys inChlcogo are endeavoring to get facts to present before a grand jury upon which John D Rockefeller and some of his subordl pates in the Standard Oil Company may be indicted on a charge of engag ing in a monopolistic business m viola tion of the antitrust laws At sweet eighteen Fair Angeline U Was truly slim and willowy But ago brings fat Wo all know that And now shes rather pillowy The State Superintendent of Insur anco of New York who has been in vestigating the insurance loss at San Francisco places tho total at 132823 007 The amount of insurance of all companies is placed at 222830307 Tho Bulgarian population at Philip polls Bulgaria took possession three Greek churches and two Greeks were killed and several wounded in a battle which followed Stanfords Cash Basis Gfoeferv q and Hardware House STANFORD KENTUCKY W H H1C GINSPROPRIETOR 1 W ROUT JR Head Salesman First Floor FRANK IJARNETT General Manager Second Floor La din Department 1IARVE STEWART Expert Machinist Third Flo- orL 1r The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky lollowlnOurtOofwhichIIndInMlructorlltheyrenadnmodernMIIIGIryGraduates tram the several courses of utility readily llnd excellent positions and liberal uPIlyThlIIIIIlrlculllllul1Hpeelallst with the necessary number of assistants have chnrgo of evicts department of InlruolinnThe Htate College of Kentucky Is the only Institution In the Commonwealth doing In workThr for young women provides facilities for good leantand lodging It Is well e iulp ed with ell modern conveniences Including bath rooms and room for physical culture It Is heated by steam and lighted by electricity modernInaguakomy 0 II of women at KentuckyA nnrnegln bo erected during the next collegiate year yearsIargrtschool l oth Indicate that an era of prosrltv surpassing that of nil previous year has CollegeKorInformation regarding courses of study and term of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to II C Kmzeo Mutinous Agent Lexington Ky Full Term Ixglns beptemlwr It51 u Call and get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey 1ack Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on topof stove as well iu oven GEORGE H FARRIS 0 Stanford Kentucky Get Our Prices O- nHARDWARE George DP Hopper StanfoM Ky Groceries and Hardware Atlantic City Cape May and Other Coast ilr Resorts il 1000 RoundTrip via Chesapeake ti Ohio Ry THURSDAY AUG 1005 Tickets good 10 days and permitting stopover at 11nshiatou Unltinioro and Philadelphia returning Through sleepers and couches nojchange of airs Secure space now For full information call on or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky STANFORD MALE FEMALE SfMINARyi First terns begins MONDAY SEPT a 180G Our faculty is strong equipment firstclass mirronndings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by the best institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont send off to school when JJ you have as good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky o= L The Interior Journal E C WALTON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln countviUn cnmllilnte Dlstrlrlwilt HIP KlKhth UonKr Monul of In to tircrrtl lion O UJtlhrrtlsubJcVtotagnetlunottheder i IJUDGE jOHN vlffGHES of Mercer county I can repr tent the l lghtb ciijfiiiloDal district Kentucllf1n Hon o O Gilbert subject to thC action of the Oem ocratlc party iM F NORTH li n cnmlMntc for Kopntontntlwot 1llIroln county mlijrct to the notion Item oratlc party TILE revelations of graft and mls rimanagement has had a most damngir on life insurance business The companies doing business in New York issued 83369 less policies last year than the year before and wrote i 151724864 less insurance while 82000 policies involving 93648766 were surrendered and 315000 policies lapse The New York investigation did nt l show that a single company was inso vent or approaching it or had sufferc I very heavy losses or had failed to keep its contracts with the insured But many policyholdcrs were panic strict Jen At the end of last year companies i business in New York had out ildoing 5607101 ordinary life policies f for 10653836955 At the end of 19C jallthe companies In the country had outstanding 5607759 ordinary life polio cies for 10412078438 The life insurance business lost one years growth but those who remained insured are o a safer basis and the companies wil not dare again to conduct their busines i iIlS formerly It is a distinctive gain to to the insured beIe women of a good reputation which if t once smirched if gone forever In J Pittsburg Pa a wealthy and promi- nentf man is suing his wife for divorce i doubtless for the purpose of marryin some other woman and has just been detected in the dastardly act of paying 1oneI of his fellow creatures a larg sum of money to swear that his t wife has been unduly intimate with an- othert t man If the husband believe his wife was guilty he would not hay taken time to secure witnesses against her but would have settled with the wrecker of his home a la shot gun No punishment is too condign no fate too violent for the foul slanderer who seeks to rob woman of her priceless heritage her all TilE democratic press of Kentncky erstwhile veritable trustbusters formed a trust at the meeting at Gray son Springs the object of which seems i to be to bleed the poor candidate to death The Eighth District League had already advanced Congressiona candidate announcements from 10 t 15 and now the office seeker is com- pelledt to pay five cents per line for ev cry word of praise ot him and if the candidate does notannounce the papers will decline to support him The press boys must be in hard lines or are let ting their greed get away with their judgment when they attempt such coer don The more we see of such efforts tot compel candidates to spend money with 1papers the less sorry are we that we are not a member of the K P A TUB Owensboro Inquirer states a truth when it says that the habitual pistol toter is a coward The toting of a pistol will make the bravest man a coward He soon gets to rely on his pistol and is almost afraid to appear in public without it It is both a mean and cowardly habit which the law tries to make odious by imprisonment in jail for proven offenses but which is usual ly suspended by the court if the ac cused is a poor devil Tim papers in this district are saying some mighty nice things about Hon Harvey Helm and his candidacy for Congress These expessions of friend ship are greatly appreciated by Mr Helm and his friends for they know that from the abundance of the heart the hand writeth By the way Mr Helm is greatly pleased with his race and to us it looks like he is a certain HARGIS still holds his grip on the people of Breathitt He succeeded in carrying his county Saturday againt Hon Floyd Byrd who is a candidate for the democratic nomination for Con gress in the 10th district Byrd is Hargis personal and politicalenemy and has conducted the prosecutions against him on numerous charges of complicity in assassinations TilE automobiles have compiled a comparative statement of deaths in flicted since January by vehicles in the public streets Only seven lives were taken by automobiles there were 16 by wagons 48 by trolley cars and 76 by steam railroads The devils wagon is not so bad after all in comparison POLITICAL Tom Watson announces that he will return to the Democratic party Helm and McCr ary sounds mighty gold to usMt Vernon Signal t l 111 Gov Higgins of New York delivere an address at the National Army Day exercises at Chautauqna Assembly Former Judge Alton B Parker has declared himself strongly against the proposition that the New York Demo crats nominate William R Hearst for Governor Hon Joseph L Rhinock of the Sixth Kentucky district has been appointed n member of the committee to arrant for the reception of lion W J Bryan in New York The Texas Democratic primary were held for the first time under what is known as the Terrell election law which puts primaries under the jurt diction of theState Returns from the primary in Texas show that T M Campbell probably wiil go into the Democratic convention with enough votes to give him the non ination for Governor Mr and Mrs William J Bryan wet guests of the Irish Club of Londoi Senator Stone ot Missouri says the Nebraskan will make a keynote speech at Kansas City on September 4 Carter Harrison has declined to come the Democratic candidate fort United States Senator In Illinois and has intimated that he will again mak the race for mayor next spring Judge E Barry succeeded in getting 25 editors to agree to support his car didacy for Lieutenant Governor If he should run the final count will show his total vote E Barry 2Frank for JournalAt meeting of the republican Stat Central Committee in Louisville Judg A RxBurnam of Madison county was renominated for appointment as Stat election commissioner Judge Burnai yearI in Wash ington that the appointment of Jame S Harlan as a member of the Inter state Commerce Commission will short ly be announced from Oyter Bay lie is a son of Justice Harlan In the county conventions held in the 10th district Saturday to nominate a democratic candidate for Congress A Floyd Byrd and Judge Cooper each re ceived 21 votes Hopkins the present incumbent is not a candidate but his home county Floyd and Mcnifee in structed for him He has 10 votes and is said to be in a position to nominate whoever he wants eHere There Miss Mamie Pcffers was burned to death in Louisville Her clothes became ignited from a gas jet Achille Martelli an Italian banker of New York was shot and probably fa tally wounded by Edgardo Accete a notary George T Bisham of Philadelphia a wellk own lawyer and author of law books died at Newport R I of paralysis The assessments of the State Tax Board of Indiana show an increase of 16000000 in the valuation ofcorporate property Provie Henry known as The At- Wood Fat Boy is dead at Arcola He was 19 years of age and weighed 406 pounds The first meeting of the General As sembly of the Knights of Labor since November 1902 will be held in New York in September Mexican shop men are striking on the Mexican Central asking for the same wages paid Americans The strike v threatens to tie up the road Hart county shows best in the development of new oil wells ill Kentucky three good producers having been brought in during the past week Lost to his family for 10 years John Caldwellwas found only after his death by relatives in New Albany through advertisements in Indiana papers Allen Matthews colored who confessed to having criminally assaulted Miss Ethel McLancat Mayfield was taken to Louisville to escape a mob The statement of the New York clearing house banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 18892475 over the legal reserve requirements- A Negro exploded dynamite under a cabin near Maryville Tenn Two Negroes were killed and the residents ofI he town were startled by the explosion A heavy rainstorm deluged Chicago Sunday flooding many basement business places and inflictiug great damage throughout the downtown district Near Maysville the continuous barking of a watch dog aroused the sleeping ccupants of a house and saved them from death in the fire which destroyed the building- A Southern Pacific passenger train ran into an electric car at a crossing tear Pasadena Cal killing three persons and injuring others several of whom may die War Against Consumption- All nations are endeavoring to check the ravage of consumption the whlto plague that claims so many rictims each year Foleys Honey and Tar Mires coughs and colds perfectly and you are In no danger of consumption Do not rlskyouHieolth by taking some unknown preparation vhen Foleys Honey and Tar Is safe tad certain in results Tho genuine is In a yellow package Pennys Drug- Store E CHURCH MATTERS Rev Gilbert Glass has received a Ha tering call from the Madison Are Pre by erian church Covington Hehas the call under consideration- A handsome window in honor of the memory of Gen Stonewall Jackson wns unveiled in a Negro church at Roanok Va The pastor attended a Sunda school taught by the Confederate com than 2500 people witnessed tho dedicatory ceremonies of Sacred Henrt retreat near Louisville Sunday aCter noon The ceremony was perform by Bishop McCloskey assisted by the Rev Charles Kent the new provincial Year Battle I was a loser in n 20 year battle with chronic piles and mallgna sores until I tried liurklons Arnica Salvo which turned the tide by curing both till not a three remains writes A M Bruce of Farmvlllo YR Rest for old Uulcors Cuts Burns RI1I1 Wounds 25o at Pontiys Drug Stor Stanford Lyno llros Crab Orohnn This hurts me said the grieved father as he swung the shingle This hurts me more than it does you Rah rah dad shouted the game boy If thats true keep It up r OLYMPIAN SPRINGS is now open tor the treatment of rheumatism nervousness indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best or satisfaction F M Sims propr Mrs Oliver George while attending a party at Ccntrnlio 111was abducted by unknown men She was rescued Eight persons were drowned by the capsizing of two yachts near Anglcsci NJ INSURANCEPlace est and strongest company in tbe world See and talk with R M Newland who will show you tbe policy best adapted to your age aud circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NEWIAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1- 843CJ9LL for Congressional Primary I A prlmnry election In called for ntiirdny the ht day of Hepteniher lust III nth the voting precincts In the Mh OonKrei ilonnl Dlitrlcrof Kentucky at the voting Iwtwven the hour of floluocl A iiund 4 oclock r for the purposa or electing a ilemoonitlc cnmlldnte for reprt entatlve In onltftu In mid 1 All democrnt who nre dlnltIUtrlct and who nre legal 111 will be pirmlttcU to vote In their respr live precincts and lire Invltetl nnd riUeiit d todoko- avery candidate who Ihln to hnve hll mine primed on the ballots to Iw nurd III Aid primary IIIUll d IIO11 with the Chub mm of thin Committee on or before 12 5rlockotlhnlpId16dtis before the date for holdlug in Id primary the sum w used III drrnlying the cxjnsvs or hwldin- pail1prl0utrycfeetfonnodatthesnme thin 01 making Mild depo lt mutl li written notice to Bald Chalnnan 1Im- llIIdesll to lx H candidate lit Mild teepee nil notice to the Chairman shall notice to the Committee In nil thoe counties having cltlv In rhlchtho low riMUlr the reclttratlon ol liters the demooriitlc continltttu of such iiintlor or the UliHlrman thereof In nu horlzed to CHUM the name of democrat at the list general regutratlonto he copied Into teparate books U rnjulnil iy law 8 HnUI election ihall Iw held re II ul Is rtllulnll hy Inw for holding rg IIll1r IrllllllrIIIcllIlII11I1I11I uniform esllot lush1 Iw u ed III every and the hiitrmniiot this Committee U huh au KirUed and dlrectnl to CIIIIMI to IK printed jiind and distributed to the various chair IIIIll of the county committee the Ixillot rrenchcomdvIto II further directed to urchiifte and dUtrlbute to the Uhnlrmaii of ic Uounty Coniiulttve all the mceemry- ernhernullm for holding said primary cctlon 0 The Pfinocnitlc County Committee of ich county shall appoint the olllcer In Illch precinct to hold the election and they IIru to Iw selected trout lists furnished thl candidates lit lenit ten days liefore tald ectlon sad to Ut lIa nearly equally divided 11IollllllIl to Judges Ulerk aiul Hhvr among tilearious candidate The llcereof Mild primary election will when iu polls lire closed proc ed lit once torouut U ii votes cast for each person for saIt olMce ulld after counting the vote they will re IrntotitOxeswattsg up the axes and leHlivrlffiof the ejection precinct will- hy the next Monday morning carry and pollt till lazes with the Chalrnuin of the aunty Committee at the court tame in le respective couiitlrii The ollicers of the election at each lireclnct will makea written ateincntof thJnunilier of votes cant for llIch Iwreon 0 the laldolllceand will place laid ktatemunt In an envelope dIIOBII It In the lesiHctlve ballot Ixixe The precinct ballot boxes and nil return 11rt to bu to the Chairman of thu unity Committee and If he Is not In the to the Hecrutaryof the County Com Itteentthecout liouteln the time rU- equlrl1 Ku ul wlthlll two tlllYI tcr mid electio- nfAndonnuttdnyhfivrsaddt4turns have en iniiilii thi CoUnty Committee uliull lid enIlVIII the and certify tilt nilit to the Chairman of thu UUtrlct nimltteu of the Klghth Congre kloiiiil strict which IMttrlct Committee uliall riIIf1tIllle Jullllllnl county Kentucky nllel and canvatH the returns declare the rooull stud IiKiiiii UTtlllcato of nomination to the successful candidate The Hvcretnry of this ommlttee Is reeled to give public notice of thh election III la nijulrcd by law and without delay 10 In thouvont there U a surplus remain IIIig after defraying the expenses of said Irllllllry It h be returned to tkose by wllolll was paid In In tow ameproiortlon III which It Will them and If them Hhoulll be ndellcltthenthecandidatesshniIo- s5esseI to supply inch deficit 1rovlded waver If no more than one candidate 5hull have compiled with the conditions hrlln impoted by Aug Ivoo then the nlrnuus of the MHtrlct Is directed to re Avene the Committee an sown thereafter 10i10 teeth eto him ii certlflentu of the primary election herein ordered will not lie held The order on the ballot In which the of the candidates who may titter thll prllllor shall btJ printed suchl ho de rmlned by lot No registration shall bo required town or rltle where no nglttratlon hl- llt bean find under the general election- w J NORTON HITOHOhalrmnn LZTalixlt HAVNpcRtIHIcrttary HAIR BALSAM Cltiurllromnlfl and tfnel rohNever Felts to nto r nalr to its YO1thf1 Color Olin du e ho It ocml tlaot PUBLIC SALE OisfTUEH1111JtLYalai luM1anscore IlIr of the Ronal of will olTllr lit filthierImlegrounds on Ktnnlonl pike roiittilnliiK IK acres Inure or less The III lilt u good lirlfk Klrtictuiv and conltl svul4 a mode n retlilplici without n great deal of rust Hull will take plnir nt StfW r i j r IIAHKKUHH tvtnry Desirable Home For Sale I I wish to oltrlvnUly my liuuu oil IHU ouster Avenue The nolilvurc is it Iwontory Imiiui loll nil or seven rooms unit U In plomlM repair Tho outlioimiiiru tii viuul convenient fhv lot cimtnlim IJi myvn ol land unit iiiyn well fnrnnotlii rlvvillng nil on me for further iiiruciilnr W K WAUNKlt HlunhmK Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor ItoiUvr In stint Miuuirncturcrol Granite Monuments Marble IlnlMHl Letters n Kneclnlty Offlcx stilt works Way nmliurg Ky 113 1ndgsttl- gtNOTICE I have two Iwnfo storr rooms fur Mte ut cirlHiiiln ItitekcHotle ruiinty nos of tunn s xTO tow otter iOxt with two IIICt stile rooiiininil WIO to Itso worth ol iu nhiinUI r three town lot eonlnillllHC Hlxnit rk acne sue good wtlrchouse MUxld I eoo l twutlurjr dw lllng 1 giKKl voltHm houses l gout grist iHillillnv all nw Anntwl sales g iwnil niiTrlmiHllitw ISIrsl to JWuuiiywir Kern million test til Rood whit onk popliir clmtnut and des Urn UT Abu bUll t iui fft ol poplar white oak ohfitnut Hint III lit UunlMr on sticks Attotit ve nil Ins Prom mllrultwowJust moving into the more boundary of tlmlxT Writs fur further purlloulnm J A VOUD Orliimlo Ky PUBLIC SALE A udmlnl trntor dr tank non with the will nnnrxnlnf lira W JHIIIOH I will on HATITUIlAY AUUtHT It IIMt nt about P M on the itmnlMM uirnr for sale nt public outcry the ollowlnic rent m Intel Hr t tin twine place ol the Into U W JnmiM 1ontnlnlHK nhout nets of hind on there Ix new brick house ofHroonm and nil necessary outlmlmlnK the dwelling and must ol the land Imlng In the corporate limits of IrnbOrehnnt Hull 1m III dwelling Imiue nnd lot on the deal side of 31nIn stress In lrnh Orchard Kynow occuplwl by Mm M V terms will lie announced ott they ot mli1J II PAxToN Allllir AC Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky writeWe ore prepared to Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the business of the citizen of 1he IlIat End Noneliuttbo l eit compnn ei represented ftico with Crab Orchard flanking Co Hne n tnlk with us before plnclng your In urnnce of renewing old pollolei List your property with ui nnd we toll It for you charging you only a small per cent tllrsall trtI PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE THINGSI I other are tion not write n we IntelligenceI tacit understanding that they are to go ill always and ho I knows they WILL go in when I you bring his order to us I Stanford Drug Co- V 1 K BECK Pharmacist t ffaslaa r r Price Reduction ul I so We have reduced the Price 25 Per Cent on all Lawns Batistes and Fancy White GoodsW Ee PERKINSCrab Ill Opportunity 1offeredWOOL TWOPIECE SUITS to close at 1 500 Per Suit Are not shelf worn not old stock but all i light colors Also a few light colored TH REE PIECE SUITS perfectly allwool NothingJ 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 t H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel J with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so the natural oily may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the poresall the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to development i blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow ol health GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE If you call at our store we will gladly cive free a generous sample of the cream and a youIof the famous book A Trttttit tn Futitl 111a 1rI have one steel range left for wool or coal Four Bhelf and warming closet with reservoir A bargain Ihigh Come pumps quick to Al Fridges Also tin work CJIII H jTinner iSTANFORD KENTUCKYIaalga i Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL DcportIas t Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influence wholesome Write for Catalogue J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDON KY 4 L NEW FALL SKIRTS We have just received our first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest J styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and Black Panamas c BTANFOIID KY Jtiv 81 1001 DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Penny Drug Store PERSONALS MitS J It HAHHIS of Turnuravlllo U flulto sick MiiW IKAHL AumiiKJBte with friend nt Mnrkslmry Mm WALTER MARTIN ta with Mr A K Hec i nlMcli In Loutevfll HAY CABTW of the Watt Bml i vMlfng hit parent at Sornerwt ClL WIIUAMI of Somersot vfiwlwre with friemb lUmlBy Miss MAY JONIW hi with Mr Rmml parents In the McKinney eaten Mee LUCY GooUD loft Saturday fo UIowdBRton lAd to vMt rotative- Siitwirr HBNHY GAIITKM of Marlon handed tho Hwitonvillo fair Friday J TllB U D Ct will moot with MM JeW AlMrn thuaftvrtwon at 9 oclock- MR AND Mm GHO Cnow or Danville in nt Sunday with rolatlva hare MR H P OwgiHY of Columbus Tit has j 4ncd hit wife and daushte here FHLIX HAMILTON of Lebanon 4Mn9several weeks at Crab Orchan Springs MRS W A TRinniB and chlldroi are with her mother Mrs Pfckott nt Maynvlllc Mite HATTIC PARMHR of Rowland 1is the guelt of Mtea Florence Culton at t JULIUS VON GitUBNIOAN and wn or d Louisville are with tho family of John CArn enll h EA Rio WITHERS of the Gilberts creel t aectTbn h clerking for 1 R Hughe k Co grocers DR J B BacK and family of Som ersftt halo been vfeitlng tho family ol Mr WnHm fleck 1 Mite H 0 WAUBK of Loutivlllr led through Satunlay to vtalt rol aflve at Buckeye MR ABMP IJnoADnus and family or InuTan Territory aro with hto mother Mtn Bottle llruuMt JB MotUB McBBB visited the MIsiM heard In the Wrot End and attended tho Hustanvillc fair HOIION LUCAB and wife of Harrods burg spent fair week with Mr and Mrs B P Shewmaker at Moreland MRS GEORGE P MAURY of Joplin Mo who is vWting her parents here pent several days with Lexington ti friends MRS W G WBUSII and gtiosU Mr and Mrs E B Hayden of Kansas City spent several days at Crab Orch t nrd Springs MRS CHARLES CUMMINS of Lcba non and Miss Salllo Hawkins of Cor bin were guesw of Miss Aria Wright In the West End Mn C B OWENS wire and Miss Nora Sheppard of Somerset were guests at Mr S M Owens during the Hustonvlllo fair MR Fox DUDDBHAH and sister Miss Sallie Duddorar aro spending 10 days at Niagara Falls and other points of Intrcst on the Lakes dots B B KING returned to More land Tuesday after a months stay with her eon in law Eld W G Montgom cry who has been sick Casey County News MRS M P BRADLEY orders her paper changed from Anniston Ala to Louisville where she and her daugh ter Mrs Julia Wright will live In tho J M CARTER is visiting hereon Mr Givcns Carter at Moreland Mr Carter has been quite sick and it la feared that ho Is taking typhoid ever Somerset Mountaineer EARl COLEMAN who is sojourning at Dripping Spring for his health was time yesterday Ho Is hero a short very much improved and will bo nt homo to stay in about a week- J T FEATHERSTONB superintendent of construction for tho Cumberland Telephone Co with headquarters at Louisville and Leland Hume general at Nash manager with headquarters vine were hero for several days with Manager H C Wray of tho local ex changeTiu following ladles and gentlemen took advantage of tho low rates offered by the L N and left yesterday morning for a visit to Mammoth Cave Misses Mottle and Bettle Paxton Dol lie McKoberts Mattie Menefee Joeo phino Warren Lucy Miller Givens Maggie Hopper Mrs Bessi e McKinney George Hopper John Menefee and Jno Owstoy Reid Dn J W ACTON of Klngsvllle was n caller at this office yesterday MRS PORT FIDUIKR of Bradfords vlllo visited Wo t End friends JoBBiii HACKLKY of New York City Is with hl pnronta In this county Miss HKLRK LBB THURMOND Is of at Cerulean Springs for n month Mni GHO D WBAIIKN visited Mrs Jowu D Neaten at Lancaster last WALTER G SAUNOHRS of Beau mont Texas U hero mingling with old friends MR ANn MHB JAMBR CAKPHNTBI have returned from a visit to Louis Title relatives UORK to the wife of Mr C Fx Bower of the Tnrneraville section twins a boy and a girl IROK J W IRHLAND and wife have returned from a visit to relatives at Danville and Corinth Dn W N CRAW went to Cincinnati yesterday Ills wife accompained him as far as Midway whore she will spend a few days with Mtea Llcclo Den ley MIMBS ANNIH BRONAUOH of Crab Orchard and Collna Livingston of Chi ongo drove down yesterday from tho East End and woro tho guests of friends PROF MILTON ELUOTT is hero in tho Interest of The Elliott Training School for Boys a splendid Institution at North Middletown Ho Is the guest of Mr L U Hughes MRS BBTTIE HAMILTON entertained ot a Week End Mrs Walter Me Quarter and Mrs William McQuerter of Leocington Mrs Iva Stuckey and Mrs Hendricka of Louisville and Miss Mollle Daugherty of Stanford at her country home Locust LOCALS TUIIE roses In bud and bloom lOc each Stanford Greenhouses THE latest styles in bracelets all the go this year At Muellers 115 RAIN the week at 9 good style good cloth Severance Son NEW red polka dot lawns and wises on the bargain table this week Sever anco SQn BILL BLAKBLY colored was 1ncd5 In Judge Tribblcs court for drunkcp and disorderly conduct LOST at the Stanford fair a watch gold filled smoothes case No 1G Elgin movement A T Martin Somerset THE Danville fair which begins to morrow and continues over Friday will draw lots of people from this county Tho air this year promises to eclipse all previous efforts LOST long black pocket book con wining glasses handkerchief and small amount of change The fastener on the pocket book is made of two red stones sot in atoms Mrs W G Welch HEOINNINQ Aug 1C Rural Route No 3 Fred Bauman carrier will servo its wtrona triweekly instead of daily except Sunday as at present Mall will bo delivered Mondays Wednes lays and Saturdays The reduction is nado because of tho small amount of ervico given tho route TUB last Legislature passed a bill Imposing a penalty of 50 on each mem er of the Fiscal Court for falling to publish annually a financial statement or the county as required by law The attention of such members is called to the fact so that they cannot plead gnoranco of tho law which however is no excuse To avoid violence Jesse Fitzger aid and Annie Henson both colored sera brought hero from Barbourville aturday morning and turned over to tailor W I Hcrrin Tho woman lived with Mrs Robert Broughton who was murdered and robbed of flOoddandshe and Fitzgerald who was very attentive to her are believed to be tho guilty parties The officers who brought them hero say that they would have unboubt dly been hung had they been permitted to remain in Barbourville that arrangements wero being rapidly made to brco entrance into tho jail when the Jwo were spirited away They caught tho train several miles from Barbour file with tho prisoners who were scared almost to death Mulligans bloodhounds captured Fitzgerald after a 12milo chase and when closely questioned ho admitted his guilt The Hen lion woman says she Fitzgerald bout Mrs Broughton having money and where she kept it YOUR SUnLNER NEEDS alet 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 f LONG silk gloves at L M Hucy Cos TilE newest and best in jewelry right prices at MuellersS AN Infant daughter of Charlie Stew art colored died Saturday night anti was burled Sunday Tim C W B M will meet In the lecture room of the Christian church 11t 280 Wednesday afternoon OIIVHH plows and Disc harrows are just In Buy thorn and you will mak no mistake W H Higglns FOR RBNT Tho storeroom on Lath caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office I SRCIIETARY GRANVILLE OWBNS of the Brodhoad fair has our thanks for a complimentary to the exhibition Aug 15THE 17 Cumberland Telephone Co has begun the erection of Its new lines from this place to Crab Orchard The work will bo completed in a short time DAVE EMIIRY colored found the pocket book lost by Mrs Eliza Harris andadvertised for in this paper He promptly returned the property to iU owner ATTEND tho Tricounty White Teachers Institute at Stanford beginning Aug 3th 1090 Mrs Olcott and Prof- It N Roark will instruct You cannot afford to miss It Garland Single ton Supt TilE home of Mrs Ann Blankcnahip a mile north of Klngsville burned Saturday afternoon together with most of the contents She carried some insurance with Agent Jesse D Warren The fire started from the kitchen flue A KAIRLY good crowd heard the ad dress of lion Harvey Helm at fined lead Saturday afternoon What was lacking in numbers was made up by enthusiasm from his audience It is needless perhaps to say that Mr Helm made a good speech NEWS comes from Harrodsburg that Judge John W Hughes has almost re covered from his Illness and will be In the field in a few days when he will again take the stump in the interest ofhis race for tho democratic nomination for Congress The Judge has many friends in this county who will bo glad to know ho Is almost out of the woods IMRs SMITH and Mrs Denham arc cnthustiastic over the pleasures of then recent sojourn at Dripping Springs and of the hospitable treatment of Mr and Mrs Spears Fisher the host and hostess The genuine comforts of the place and excellent medical waters make it ideal for folks who seek a health promoting vocation and change Someaset Journal THE announcement of lion Harvey Helm for Congress appears elsewhere in this issne Ho made a strong race two years ago and made warm friends all over tho District Ho represented Lincoln county in the Legislature inn highly acceptable manner and has served his people faithfully ns county attorney Being highly educated learned In tho lawn good democrat and very popular he will have a strong fol lowing Lancaster Record Till rain prevented the Lyceum Com cdy Co from giving their performance at Lancaster Saturday night A large number of seats had been engaged at that place and tho management agreed to fill tho engagement by showing there last night For this reason the compa ny was a day late in reaching hero and will give their first performance on tho Carson lot tonight and each night dur ing this week Go and see a good show If you are not satisfied with the per formanco your money will bo refunded beforo you leave tho tent IN tho past two weeks the writer has had occasion to go over a good portion of Lincoln and Doyle counties and can not recall having ever seen such a largo acre ago of corn as is being raised this year The yield is proportionately largo and with the copious showers of tho past six weeks there can certainly bo no complaint from the farmer upon that lino Tobacco never looked healthier the oats and wheat crop was good and tho prospects for a fine hemp crop is all that can be desired Verily tho gram bles of tho farmer this year should be few and far between SOLID silver and silver plated flat j ware at Muellers HEMP reapers sale Get our prices J L Boazloy Co Iv you have town property or a form for sale or rent or waft to buy or rent let the Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co know it CORNS CURED Corn Exit will positively 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 bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford S W Crow and Miss Anna Huston will be married at tho brides home to McCowan secured license Sat urday to wed Miss Geneva Horton at EubanksMrs McGrew Madden who was only recently divorced from John E Madden the turfman was married to Louis V Bell a New York horse own er Greenberry Bright fprmerly of this county and son of Mr and Mrs George P Bright of Stanford will be married Thursday to Miss Carrie Marlar at Phoenix Neb A H Burroughs of Bristol Tenn widely known as the Marrying Par son Friday married his two thousandth couple of runaways He made this record in 1C years A wedding with a tinge of romance took at Elys Dale Va the participants being E A Robertson and Miss Ely Miss Ely educated Mr Robertson in the ministry The friend ship which sprung up between them during the years in which he received his education ripened into love and the wedding of the young people was the result Was In Poor HealthFor Years Ira W Kolloy of Mansfield Pa writes I was In poor health for two years suffering from kidney and blad der trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit butwas cured by Foleys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes Pen ays Drug Store PARKERHAIR BALSA- MCImed tcttiificf lh tudr Home toiumnt rrowth r Gray2UirXrr tailing5rfcndl Residence For Sale I Having located iNnnniiently In Mt HUr linK I offer for wale at a do Blrnhld roililcnce on Huitonvlllv Htln than ford Ky For particulars write me nt Mt Hturllni Ky or no W M llrlght nt the Lincoln County National Hnnk JOHN T JON HR PUBLIC SALE I lied Kktntonm 1erwann- l1roprIy Having ilvttirmlniHl to move toOkluhomn I will at my farm SJ oic West ol Ornb orchard on tlvu Oral oruhurd A hullo Quip moat on- HATUIUtAY AUO laws rotiintpnilng promptly nt 10 oclock My wed tliv luilanculi good Rnat corn Tu Gina U all In grass now except 12 nero This farm contains rue good dwelling with 7 rooms a good medical well In till nnl and n fniktonr Miring on the arm good born and all kind of nrvuiMiry outbuild lux good orchard and garden Thud farm In well fenced and convenient to churchuy ncliooN tind on Itnriil Route No1 is in n good nelgliliurhood and U one nmong the healthiest plnecln the Htato of Kentucky willI for S cash and thu re uhuhttirIU15nudayenrwlthi per vent Inturent from lute ol tale and lien retained on tilt form fur purchase money The Iroollnl property conslMi of one sutd dle and harness hursa2 goal milk nod calves extrn milk cow hogs lot of chick ott131nrgr white duck l Jliorse wagon hnrneos huggy and hnrness corn ululler I luirrowand u lot of farming tool IndyiKaddle I mans saddle bed NhlIIl nil iimrblo top Itrewler I Hiivln Hewing Machine good new I love tu new ulrtlght laurel or lot lot of wheat In Ktuek hal old of tin growing crop will ho sold lot or corn oils in the ihtMive1 Many Outer things too tedloni to nunitlon Any person desiring to look nt tutu fiirm will call on Able ilryant nt the farm or wrlto to him nt Htnnford Ky It 11 No or J r Chandler Htnnford Ky- IL F V No1 ABLE BUYANT Col J PGbandler Auctioneer Nr t y wyr JAMERICAN LADY CORSETS We have just placed on sale a bran new stock of new shape Corsets in the very pop ular American Lady Brand SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Ky- MATRIMONIAL 454noes rocker1carpet r i MidSunjnjer Clearance Sale I i i 25 Per Gent Reduction i on Oxfords Straw i Hats and Underwear i i 6i85 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 88 7 3 50 Oxfords lees 25 per cent t 3 00 Oxfords lees 25 per cent i 2 50 Oxfords lees 25 per cent 2GBi2 00 Oxfords Jess 25 per cent 1 50 Oxfords less 25Jer cent 2 00 Straw Hata less 25 per cent 1 i 1 00 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 13i50 Underwear less 25 per cent 25 Underwear less 25 per cent 1 00 Underwear 25 percent 75 i aeaasatlaet s i CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY 40 vdtRlti61A 1M 1 A 1 a 1if6 tvvNti tI + + Jot U I II I II till III NEW LOT 1 iWe have just received a new lot of Pins Waist Sets Hat Pins Hair Pins Barrettes Barrette SetsI Side and Bach Combsf And Belt Buckles See our assort ment before it is picked over LILLILrLrIonnnr L Ail HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes b and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY II 1 I I Iit I III H cw4 Jr rThe Interior Journal xteTtd in the PottOffice at Stanford cu r tlIdclalS natter TOBsnAYH AND riUUAYlyBJOJHKBU t AT 3100 peR yeAR CASK When not to paid ItOO will bo charged t Jesse W Sweeney PBOFBIRTOR Livery Food and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Hones wellfed and cared for Up to date rage at reasonable rate NEW LIVERY STABLE 1TOLSI ft CLARS30N Prtrt JUNCTION CITY KY nrstGlass Turnout at Reasonably Ratet Attention to Oraln and flay For Sale INSURANCEWlnd Life and Fire Llghtnlng KTItONOKBT andthuNoneAccIdent Hos JIEHTOompnudUaequalludraTnikwith a 1by1ngs7tr MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Phone No M 1itesldence35 Farm Mules For I Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on mi B G Fox Livery Fwd t Salt Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KT pedal attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited Bonn on commission Stock Pens In Gorinoctlon Two Farms For Sale 1 with to Mil privately my tarn of 170 eresB miles West of on the IH SDlton It Is well Improvtd and has plenty of water and timber fenced sad In good repair unimproved of 100 acreAlso nn Tying midway between Lancaster and lex- Ington pikes Clood outlet IIIEItRINOfenced rtiisoniitle T 3larktbnry Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You WhrbuyreMtylusideclothing when there of high- gradereadymadcIulteaad n suit nmd to mensunm nn experiencedyour aallort 1 have n handsome line Hprlng anmmcr goods I can make from n low pric- ebnslnaeultto the finest dress stilt Also erercoats trousers and fancy vests The eompnllY represont II one of the best H C RUPLEY the Tailor PaJ7tl Traylor DIALCR IH IWskH Brandu Wines Beer Clears Etc IICarplntlr STANFORD KY and polll allotlon NolhlDg I lb bll Mall bons cr taltgrap order ftctlre fprompt e teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnes8Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo t Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur nituro MattingaRugs They Willexcbange Furniture for Sill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY- t t FARMERS DEPARTMENT E G Bickley sold nine Southdown ram lambs at 10 C E Tate bought of J B Foster a suckling colt by Red Leaf dam by Cecilian for 200 Frank Clay of Bourbon sold to Simon Weil of Lexington 40 head of export cattle at five cents Reports on grain crop conditions indicate there will be no scarcity this season and that the crop will be the heaviest In several years with the demand good An exchange says that Lexington Is mad because she didnt get the Stat Fair We very much fear Louisville will be much madder after next Sep ember that she got iL FOR SALEThree high class Berkshire boars of February farrow Sire Columbia Loyal Rio G7195 dam BourI bon Queen No 88550 E G Bickley Stanford R F D No2 3t Reports from Central Kentucky ndi cato that hemp never looked better at this season of the year and corn IsI making a fine crop Corn is developing rapidly and tho crop this year will compare favorably with any previous year Grass Is booming as oneI farmer expressed it and there will be plenty for all practical purposesI Kentucky will soon have the distinc tion of having the largest breeding farm for thoroughbred horses in the world J B Haggin the millioiiain horseman whoso breeding farm is located near Lexington has been gradually adding new purchases to his al ready large farm till now it include 4500 acres of some of tho best blue grass land in the State His last pur chase made last week was the Rogers fann containing 335 acres for whicl he paid 125 per acre Mr Haggini holdings largo as they are are not yet sufficient to furnish his horses the desired grazing and he is using largo leased tracts ResQlution of Thanks WHEREAS we the colored teachers of Lincoln county Kentucky in Institut assembled having spent a week of profitable instruction do now in our closing hoursResolve that in tine person of Prof Frank L Williams we have a conductor fully awake to the demands of the hour and possessing a degree of talent and ability which places him in the foremost ranks of the educators of our day and time and we now extend to him our heartfelt thanks for his untir that each teacher shal practically put into operation a numbe of thedevices and plans suggested In 1this institute and report their persona experiences in our District Associations Resolved that we tender to Col T P Hill and Dr Steele Bailey our sincere thanks for two able and highly profitable addresses delivered to us and commend Jo our teachers the wholesome admonitions given by these two very distinguished gentlemen Resolved that it be the sense of this Institute that in 1907 we effect if pos Bible a joint meeting with Casey Boyle and Garrard counties Resolved that we commend and ap preciate the unbiased and impartia course of Supt Singleton in the admin istration of the affairs of his office Resolved that wo extend to the of ficers of the Baptist church a vote of thanks for kindnesses shown us also to Miss M E Jarman for services as Sec retary and to the citizens of Stanford for the interest shown in our meetings W D Tardif Mrs A V Haynes C B Butcher Jr Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous gun Inventor placed his gun before a committee of judges he stated itll carry Ing power to bfl nfuch below what he nit sure the gun would accomplish fho result of trial was therefore a treat surprise Instead of disappointment It Is tho same with fho umanu acturers of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy hey do not publicly boast of all this remedy will accomplish but prefer to let tho users make the statements What they do claim is that It will osltlvely cure diarrhoea dysentery pains in tho stomach and bowels nnd bUR never been known to fall For 8alo Uy Stanford Drug Co A cloudburst has devastated the amerino region Italy The village of astel St Angelo suffered most seriously A number of buildings there fcll and from five to 10 persons were owned A Hard Lot 101 troubles to contend with spring from u torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kings NCv Life Pills thu pleasantost und most effective euro for Constipation hey provost Appendicitis and tone up the system 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lynn Uros Crab retard Luther Lamb of Henderson and John Briedenback of Evansville Ind engaged in a fight and Lamb bit off Jlrleldac 14n lie and knocked out one or his eyes 1 Saved His Comrades LifeIWhile returning from Army Encampment at Washlngtoi City a comrade from Elgin lit was taken with cholera morbus and was In u critical condition says Mr J K Uoughland of Eldon Iowa I gay him Chamberlains Colic Choler and Diarrhoea Home y and be 110 saved his life I have been 0I for 10 years Immigration work an conducted many parties to tho gout- and west I always carry this reined and have used It successfully on man occasions Sold by Stanford Drug Co Did I do right about that the new clerk I told the truth askedI You did indeed do right the honest grocer Always truth no matter what it coststhe customer to Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need furthe DPer1lentone remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Cral Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land iltaated lust ouulda ot town limit on the Bomertet pike House has rooms kitchen and see vents room good cellar stable and all necrs ry outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock- J P BAI- LEYPOSTED We whose namm appear below strictly forbid hunting tithing or any kind of tees passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Rclcbenbcch Bros KredVonQruenlgan Albert VonOruenlRan Prod VooAllman Fred Baumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss wattle II Kelchenbach Charles Oummlnt Joe Ballou A 0 Dunn M Holmes W E Amon Wit Daugbert J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter W barter J NeTln Carter Mrs M Hayden Welch A D Root J E Bruce V fihomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll- F J Coon John B Oamentsch Sam Trcwbrtdge Peter Balmer Charles Ensslln Frank Cordler John Meier Samuel LlndiJr Jacob Oacder Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnclley J w Baugbroan- Onrtitena Orajsoh J O Carpenter Jacob Jtasweln dam Oameron Mrs J Ashlock Fred Ilnndort HENR- YWATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR ONLY FonI5 Few people In tbe United Btatr have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In nil tUlncf fair In all things cleat In all things U Is essentially family piper lly 0 sptclal arrangement wears enabled to of fcr the WEEKLY COLHIEROUHNAL one rear and this paper for the price nursed Dose Bond your subscription for the rein bination to usnot to the Courier Journal ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPED 1 AUTOMATIC y ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS J AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY rnov CINCINNATI- TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast l and Southwest IIIOIolESEEKERS w For Iatamauoe and Rtea AJJrms- H C KINO C P T A 1i1 Eo Main SlIe11ntoa KN It OtllIU11T Oeoenl Msngs- N G RINnAItSON a P A Claduatlo FARM FOR SALEI Having moved toUllbertiOreek I dclrto nelllulturntof leo nortM on the tanfonl A Oral OrclinnI pike 1 mile trout Oral Or ulinnl Farm la will Improved with com pnnitlvoly iww roiUloiicunml All 8 iiertn Parties wlililnit tu Imtkovortime Ilacnagtenll on Sir llultlui who lives on tlm farm J HMlTIt filberts Orcok Kjr IU IA S PRICESurgoon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsloy Building FARM FORSALE We Iinvo for nlu n splemllil nnrrllnl 1IkitbouItaIn Wilt licit n to lam urns of till Mrm nrwuiiltiiblo for nml tobnoco A lout of this hump nml tolmlxxi mutt In In liluijtrtm fur the lint u year Tide form lk eel and u brick nv liltiiro on It TliU It it flew farm If y- lwlstlonIanloutIt you ran nml ui lit tho residence of ItO JfimliiKtln jiiuii to KyJOJlS M OUANI MN OKAKII 120- 0Lexington KentuckyT- O Old Point omfoil and Return Via Chesapeake tS Ohio Hr Monday July 23d Saturday Aug 11 15 day good for stopoveis in the inoun tnius PUBLIC SALE II not told prlrntvly I will on Wednesday Aug 1506 nt leaf PI on th fit JtSC TION CITY KYotTiT for NII- IThe Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property ontlntlnitof nUnit lj mire of land factor mlldlUK which lint iitxiut eau feet flmi pace one il one ono power hollerltlllequlpuleni of liar ilng maohlnorv with uniwolty of 1101 run tIIIpSllOun1ot ls well located on the A mil los thou till feet from till U H tli ut The iHilldltiK Is writ aultMl for tnont allY klmlof ninnufurturlnit enterprlw or wouh ticks a rapltnl plant fr nhnnilllnn tolnc eo For further Infoniiutlon call on or nd dnn Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAN HiiKtur Mgr Commissioners Sale II Lincoln Circuit Court Milton HI vs Jo- rdltllltlllt skihefeladuutqNotice of Hk- Turiiuniit to a IwlitineiU of the Ilneoli stlIaction00 MniterDomintMlonvr of said court wit un JIHN DAY Ald U hOt In front of th oourtlioiiM door In Ulan onl Ky lH tMv ii I sal hll r MlltllI lit iiildlc oilier to the hlghMt anal limt IIhhlu hv rml iMtatD which Is li ifliiuftr dwcrlb 1rtes oUJe t of till axle is to mntUfy n Jutlg iifut which the iihilnlltTn herein hnve n Mireixl iigaliKt the defeiMlaiitu for th IIr tasiwt Interett therecin at the rule of Irmnt iwr annuni from Miireli I fur Jiilll IJ together with the roils of Ilil letlon ThoothlrtlllI11 ronalat of twi idjAlnliu iMMindarlra of land which will old at iinentlretyoltuatetlln Ilnrolnmmn tv K on the waters of lick limnch o- fIbllln York The first tnet Is thus de rrllHHl Iteuinnlnit ntn corner of Murph lid Jolfey thence 8 U K It hale links to tonelntliH roads thxneu n M K aft Kile t links to a tone In the rond thenoe Nil- iu olestoaetekthetareNIIWailxIh- ny link to ii stoke In tolTey and Murphy lee thence H M w lolee li 1Ihiks to It1kln Oof11111 Murphy line tltcncr It 0I iHilei links to the lMglnnlng ontohdng 7 arr mote or lent The xvond tract HdjoliiKthe aliore nnd Ii xiuniletl by the land of John Imli Diivli hnlghertyWllllatn Mr iirinaek sand con nlns three acren of hind more or le The mile will lie nubs on a cre llt of MIl nonths and the mrrhnserwlfllie rtfUln1 to give bond for tnepurchn e price with np irovtil security mvillilt lo the roiiiniln lolIrllndlllllrllllllllltlIt the rate of 1 wr r nnnuiu from date of IInll until old This loud will have tilt force and ef irl of n Judgment and to further aeelrn- IUYIIInt of the purohnsu gripe a Hen wIll retained on the real mtute until OnO U SAUFLEV M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Murphy iHnwUldle rialntlrts Vlolli itrrtnu et nl 1Wfrlldllllt lorH- nltPursuant to n Judgment of the Mnvoln irenit marl rendered in tho nlmvf Htyliil lion at the June term liouthe unilerilKn ld Miuter Hnnmlfiiiloner will on MoXHAYAt14 11101 tween and lull r III front of the lurt house door In Htnnfonl Ky sell ni iilillr outy to tin IitKhet mud U st bidder creel esostt which U herelniifter ducrll- l1 of ptiradlvlInntv iriveil tlicrto by plaintiffs anil dufendiillt IIIrln by descent from John O III 111 lilt H nld rrnliktiitc u In Mnroln county Ky uhIIxoulaclusfotlYatI IttKliinlng at a one corner to lot formerly owned and night liy J Dlntvlddloof Ignite MoKln yrunofnglrl1t II imlcs II HnkM to a like on the jeiiernl Jurinaii Him thenue N with late line Ilalxtlm to Jnrusts nerornnr lenre with Ills line HIM Kit Joie Yt link nuts liwsley turner thvncv H fr4 with Ii bark line t Iwlex Fount Owsleyn corner thII JO poles ton stone corner to II MUIviiK lot thence H W wllh wild IIhII Dlnwlddle lots to the Ixglnollag intnlnliiH one nnd onesixth U lo ncres morl or lessor tin purchase price the part hisser will t reijulred to Hive Ixiiid with ii proved e iKiirlnix lnliTiit lit rent from- trot des land hnvliiff the lore and effect f1IIIhllInuit Dlnwlddle and Viola Morton nod willI due mid piiyable as earls of that afore IIlIld rkoim arrive at the aKe of JI veers tluh of them Is Pig entitled to uae aurtis lereof However Mhoiild Holxrt Durham nnlllami of philntllTs execute tlv required hvnll then the wrtlans title lntlITe musty time jifter nix month from MorlolllullrlInl1the imrtlon duo Morton ay 11111111 to him at any time nut ttlllllllllx s months ifter tlnto of sale Mower erII any time after continuation of till rUe irtof sale a sulllclunl amount of the pub sad monuy may Lo paid to satisfy the lol of thus action and sill attorneys fees QEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C r REDUCED PRICES Mens 8500 Suit Reduced to 8100 Mens 8650 Suits Reduced to 500 Met 87fiO Suits Reduced to 000 MIDis 8860 Suits Reduced to 700 Mens 8000 Suits Rcduccil tv 7 no Glens 81000 Suits Reduced to 800 Moos 81200 SuitrtReduccll to 1000 Mews 81250 Suits Reduced to 1100 Mend 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200 The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens d Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Show huts and Cup hndius mail GontV Furnish ings Ito the store that paves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Ii- J nosriTAL ruTStcuns SAID I IT WOULD GtllOBT US TO miD SOHETUINO TO till TillS DUI OLD SUffEltl l IEXACT n UKMat K W lines bran Wft1IIrulllolCroUtllNo Plait FIB Tti cbaritf patient In whom t 11110 tnncli Intrnwteil Iwu nalantoreeld it the timelhsthtxeab Ibo Zrao sad betwelsbtwssIAlba Ilrhedthbatxrotpuorfefsnmumq tq uffennir ualnlr from ti lMl trouble ccordic lu the uslkisbasingIrelnstlandant xhe hut bn a hN corker a bar nl4 mad lbbrtngtohertamnrteepnabosrdera Hom wblotir a ttrsge rrtaim brcan to J a srtw tit sod =until bit entire hastywit 4 bases s msg Sore mntlr artln IKtaius sad buroingeeasahoneaesodraedfa seameetbsItwaafmposobieorbelle orniabl Tbdoetore- Itwo of our the caw depdsl abd when sekd prrmlulon to aZemo rompilr IldU wuuid dfilbt oa to end to com t hn drar old luffrnr ZmewsaenI UNsi the nnp rp iiof the buds sad soon rhed lh i ucaloMbxtterrible di tnxi MOM br Ibt lichloc and burninf Tn deondarfal dr4in the Ittttitt dnlbut as soon nit lb MW lb cbtnf in the lsnwbr been needberpveronntiobnatsated on tee legs ersdaslly seer began to improie and en now hUIItsmooth ssthhew U vat prubabl about month Wfora h lmla few ewe lonnr before saying tbat h I rrcraitafItoiswbohavbeen inilrani nia in amirint 7uerwea tdinul rtmcdj and thinks abet it bat 5 great future before Ik MRS MARfiERRY BOllSNyrM Hotptul No 203 N Sib St ECZEMA PIMPLESAB AU REIN ICALD BIIKAIII CAli M CCMD IT IAGUARANTISD AND BOLD BY IIPEN DRUG STORE STANFORD Ir the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford KentucKy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 OFFICERS s S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANTCASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C DAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK OIRBOTORSt J H OWL Stanford 0 II SHANKS bt iifnrd O W OAIITEH Turnerivlll W II Cvuuis lreeh rsTlll L O OIHKJH WujroMbaru W H TKAYUIK Gibed Creek It L IIuuiilc l anaaiter W U WALKER 8tshtr3F J R KOSTIII Stanford W II BIUKK Btunford J II IAXTON Stanford Ne re ipectfiilly solicit theacMiuntsof Individuals KlrmiHiid doriorHtloin hanks and Hankers and sire preparMl lo furnUh nil d MMllors such iiovominodittlon in ft coimlitent with safe banking Modirn Haley lnpolt lluaIII our vault for u ot our Iuitomers First Nationalor Stanford ICy BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally ettabllibsi as the Deposit Hank of In U9I then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford in IStS and again reorganised as the First National Beak of Stanford In Ian having bad practically an untoter rupted eilstence for II years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited Officers J s HOOKKK Prees T BARNS V Ires L J UoHOIlKKTU Ohr W U WRAKRNAsitObri Directors t Reid Danrllie 8 T Uarrls Stanford J8 Docks Stanford MaKlnnyMS H lUuBhmsn StanfordAT P III1I Stanford Jas Robinson llubbl J II Haughman Stanford J M Paltui Stanford U R Tate Stanford YOUR WANTS marlIy Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGISTIl STANFORD 11 PERSONAL Supervision given to nil Prescriptions compounded Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting and all the Commercial tho SUE rBENNFT1Students now holding hood positions Diplomas granted to those who finish the course Save onehalf the cost of getting n busineea education September is the best time to begin Write for particulars J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky e