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V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOL xxxiv STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 7 1900 NO 411How Biggest OneFarm Wheat Crop In Whole World Is Harvested BLISS OKLA Aug IThis years wheat crop in Oklahoma in now being threshed and Is promising n record breaker Figures as to the yield In the whole territory of course are lacking at this time but 101 Ranch will do Its share to swell the total with a crop es timated at 175000 bushels Sounds big doesnt it t Well Its a t big ranch There are 70000 acres of it and 0000 acres devoted to wheat This 101 ranch is where they do things on a largo scale Now as to that wheat coop Joe Mil ler saysand you believe him if he docs KO about in his shirt sleeves and wears an ancient hat with sweat stains clear out to thu brim that beginning some threo weeks ago they had 10 harvest ors hacking oil the bearded grain poet ice name for Il It took threo horses to drag each of those harvesters which were of tho typo cutting n sixfoot swath Somo of these swathe wore at least a mile long U you want to be como statistical figure out how many bushels to tho mile reckoning 20 bush els to tho acre And again Joo Miller will tell you with the other Miller boys to back him up that each of thu machines cost from tOO to 800 Also it is an undis puted Indisputable fact that it takes 46 drivers to drive 46 harvesters Then there are 21 water haulers twine haul en etc to say nothing of a few su perintendents and a gang of men at the stables to fowl and harness thu mulcs and hones If you aro used to some small or gar den variety of farm it will mean some thing to you when you hear from Joe Mjller no relation to the joker of that V namo that ho now has out six thresh lag outfits besides tho threshing ma chines Each outllt needs 10 bundle wagons 10 grain wagons one cook wa Ron and water wagon It calls for a total of drivers of bundle wagons six engineers six separator men six coal haulers six water wagon drivers six cooks six assistant cooks grain wagon drivers and 3G pitchers grain not baseball Each of these machines thresh from 2000 to 9000 bushels of grain daily- Ipcidently Joe Miller who is the old est of tho Miller boys owners of 101 ranch takes off hishat to tho inventor of tho blower and stacker He says it ts one of tho greatest labor saving dis coveries ever made An employer of 100 men can appreciate that By tho way there Is never any dearth of har vest hands on 101 ranch A plicants always apply there first On tho Miller ranch tho harvesters eat and sleep in tho field as they are front ono to ten miles away from the house A cook wagon very much like the owl lunch wagons you see down town in cities stays by them out in tho field There is a little counter in it and stools for the mun while tho roar Is taken up with tho cook stove and a refrigerator Tho men go to bed by the simple process of lying down on the ground pillowing their heads upon a shock of wheat and pulling a wagon over them for a comfort The mules do not cat in the field Thoy arc fed at the ranch stables whore 400 or 500 of them aro allowed to fill up on corn and oats all night long This is their only moat in tho 24 hours but It Is one that lasts The 101 ranch wheat crop although mammoth Is not its only one The big tract of land leased from thu Ton ea Indians also produce 150000 bush els of corn a year 5000 t6ns of prairie hay 3000 tons of alfalfa hay and it supports 15000 cattle and JOOO hogs Joe Miller 38 conducts general su pervision over the farm and signs tho checks and he cnn sign pretty big ones if he does do it with a lead pencil lIe also communes with tho Indian landlords in tho Ponca tongue Next is Zach who looks out for tho 15000 cattle and tho cowboys and who does mot of tho traveling Gcorgo is tho office man and keeps in constant communication with all parts of tho ranch and tho United Statos by local and long distanco telephone They havo 200 acros in cotton at 101 ranch this year They havo more than that in watermelons The cotton is an experiment Says Joo Miller If it turns out all right well plant some Stomach Troubles and Constipation No ono can reasonably hope for good digestion when thu bowels are constipated Mr Chas Utildwln of Udwardsvllle ill says suffered from chronic constipation and lit om ach troubles for several yours but thanks to Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets am almost enroll Why not get n package of theso tat lets nnd got well and stay wollS Prlco 25 cents Samples free torv t sale by Stanford Drug Co L IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 6 Mrs Benjamin Patton Is dead at Dry antsvillc Mrs Dock Norton is dead at Iargo Rockcustlo county Whitley will expend 10000 In en larging and repairing her jail J C Coulter of Casey bought the oakon 1400 acres of land near London for 11500 Mrs W II Fish a most estimable woman 6f tho Wildie section of Hock castle Is dead John H Coylo a merchant of Hoones Gap Madison county was run over by a train nnd kilted In a wrangle over 2 John BIrd white shot and killed Abe Uozclle a Negro at Mlddleslmro Leslie Hudson son of Humphrey Hudson of Danville is dead of con sumption lie was a nephew of Mrs E U Hoazluy of this county- II W Phillips and Simon Wesley have bought 10 acres of land on the Hustonvillo pike from McGarvey Wood for 300 and will soon convert the same into a cenetery Liberty News Miss Catherine Arnold of Garrard county has taken charge of the Gray street Infirmary Louisville as superin fondent of nurses She formerly serv ed as the head of a hospital ut London Tho directors of the State Hank Trust Company Harrodsburga new banking institution are proceeding with business in a thorough and practical way Their most Important work this week was tho election of Mr George W Edwards of 1erryvlllc as cashier Democrat HIGHLAND Elbert E Young preached at the Methodist church Sunday night Several of our people attended the Childrens Day exercises at Cooks cha el- Speaks Porter of Mercer have been telling kitchen cabinets In this vi cinity Thomas Butt has beer sick for dottrel days Rev JM Cook has gone to Somer set Elmer Stevens of New Albany who has been visiting his grandparents for somo time has gone to Somerset to visit his uncle W R Cook Thomas Butt has movod his mill to Masons Gap near John Skidmores B D Hiatt has moved to Fishing Creek below Wayncsburg Mrs Conrad Ep person has moved back from IndIanap- olis Gene Hutchison has moved to Daily Hutchisons place Dock Rogers has measles in his family Frank Gilpin of Gilpin was the guest of Mrs Nan Lay Sholton Reed is hero from Indianapolis Elbert E Young Is back from Somerset David Goodpastcr and wife of Jessamine spent several days with Mrs Mary Young John Cook wifo and child of Jellico were at C M Youngs visiting John Estcs of Humphrey visited the family of John Reed Klllis laugh and wife of Newell visited tho family of A It Young Mrs Cyrus Goer af ter spending several days with her par ents here will leave with her husband this week for Stoncga Va where Mr Govor has a good position In Self Defense Major lluinm editor and manager of tho COIIMtiLuLiona lit Eminence Ky when ho was flontely attacked four your ago by files bought a box of Hurklenfl Aruba Salvo of which he Nays It ourwl mo In 10 days and nu trouble ulneo II jiilokust hosier of Hum Sows Cuts and Wounds cut Peonys Drug Store Stanford Lynn Bros Crab Orchard Mrs Ellen Graves isontrial at Georgetown for killing her husband She claims the killing was accidental but as tho testimony tends to show that Mr Graves had for 20 years abused his family and that ho beat Mrs iravos every few days and on ono oc casion knocked her from a wagon un conctous we vote that it was a justifi able accident and move the acquittal of Mrs Graves Frankfort Journal u CORNS Cuntm Corn Exit will posi tively remove corns In four days The treatment is simple nnd pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky W A Miller and Milo Shanks have been dismissed from the printing office at Washington s A Mystery Solved How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipa Lion was a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for mo writes John N Pleasunt of Magnolia Ind Tho only pills that are guaranteed to give porfcot satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Q NEWS NOTES Nine prisoners escaped from tho jail at Waverly Tenn Littleton Cooke a prominent Louis ville man died at Warm Springs Va E A Gage son of the ExSecretary of the Treasury suicided at Seattle WashBattling Nelson has accepted the 20000 other to fight Joe Gans at Gold field Nev William Freeman aged 16 was ned dentally killed by Wilbur Lloyd about the same age near Bowling Green Abe Bright went to sleep on the railroad near St Marys Ho was struck by n train and fatally injured- It is stated that Attorney Will A Young of Morehead turned down an offer of 10000 to defend Caleb Powers Threo trainmen were killed in a freight wreck on the Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburg railroad near Harmdny Pa A death from yellow fever near Havana was reported to the Louisiana Board of Health by its inspectors in CubaEllen Graves accused of killing her husband in Scott county was dismissed by County Judge Yates after twodays examining trial Mrs Thomas W Lawson wife of tho Boston financier died of heart dis ease at the familys summer home at Scituate Mass Col Cuthbert Bullitt oldest native born citizen of the Stato and most aged knight templar in tho country is dead In Louisville aged 96 Walter Sears of Bowling Green was stricken suddenly blind at Evansville Excessive heat is believed to be the cause of his losing his sight Some coward attempted to assassinate 2 Emrick at his homo near Marets burg Rockcastlo county Several shots struck him but he is not badly hurt Federal grand juries will convene in Chicago and Jamestown N Y to be gin investigation of the transportation methods of tho Standard Oil Company Jake Holtman the racy horse starter is the defendant in a suit for divorce and alimony filed by Mrs Louise But lock Holtman She alleges that he has another wife A homeless youth of New York stole a knife and stabbed the first man he met The assailant attempted to riflo his victims pockets but was prevented by passersby Robert Langleys failure to greet his young wife with u kiss when ho return ed to his home in Atlanta resulted in Mrs Langley being arrested on a charge of thrashing her husband In a head on collision between two passenger cars on the Lake Shore electric road near Vermillion 0 three persons were killed while probably 40 persons were injured several seriously The damage wrought at Hamburg Pa by a cloudburst is fully as great as at first reported Sixty dwellings were damaged nnd 10 buildings were washed away Tho loss is estimated at 100000A will be held in New York November 15 to organize a national so ciety the purposes of which are to obtain and disseminate information of practices and conditions that are dan gerous to the public health and morals Judge Kennedy of the Common Pleas Court at Cleveland 0 decided that Mayor Johnson was not guilty of con tempt of court as charged in connec tion with the tearing up of tho tracks of the Cleveland Electric Railway Com panyJ C Wellington a saloonkeeper is dead W J Cooke n judge of election is fatally wounded and a third man is seriously injured as a result of a fight at a polling place in Memphis u few minutes after the polls closed at an election for county officers John D Rockefeller will not be sum moned to appear before the Federal grand jury In Chicago during the Stan dard Oil investigation Government officials think that if Mr Rockefeller should testify it would be necessary to grant him immunity from future prosecution Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep phllanthrolpistcomment onco said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than anyone romedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all druggists and country stores At Barbourvillo tho other day John D White and CongressmanEdwards had agreed upon a division of time but as Whito saw Edwards gradually monopo lizing the time which was limited he protested and finally tpok a stand within a few feet of where Edwards was speaking and proceeded to3 address the assembly Both candidates speak- Ing at once caused much laughter and cheering A HUSTONVILLE Miss Frances Cooper is the guest of relatives hero B Smith and wife of Marysvflle Tenn were with friends here last week Jos Yowell sold to Lutes Co 51 1350 pound cattle at 450 to be deliver ed Oct 15 Nash Raum of Danville sold a three yearqld filly by Dignity Dare to Robt Moreland for 500 The excursion from Somerset to Cin cinnati Sunday had nine coaches packed almost to suffocation Postmaster Blain was called to Wil liamsburg Saturday by the illness of his brother Capt Clay Blain Mr and Mrs Thos Peacock havo gone to Burnside for a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs John McDaniel- D C Allen bought a car load of pound heifers at 3c Ho also shipped a double deck load of lambs to tho Cincinnati market Carlisle Alcorn came homo Sunday for a rest from his labors with the en gineering corps of tho C S in the mountains of East Tennessee Rowland Bishop Ed Bell and Ed Mc Daniel of this place left Sunday for Cincinnati from which place they will leave for the Wild West A delightful C oclock picnic was giv en by our young folks at the fair ground last week The sbread was fit for a Lord and was greatly enjoyed Dr E M Green of Danville will conduct communion services in Huston ville Presbyterian church the third Sun day Sunday in this month All invited George Gillock our tonsorIalartist left Sunday wlthhis wife for Farmer City to visitHe has secured a good barber to wait on the trade during his absence A delightful dinner on Sunday evening was served by Mrs Darling Mc Carty in honor of a coterie of fricifds who arc loud in their praise of the hos pitable hostess On Friday night Aug 24 our com munity ia to have the opportunity of hearing a lecture at Alcorns Opera House by a master of the art on the topics of tho day No community can boast of greater hospitality than ours Again wo ac knowledge our thanks to Mr and Mrs J A Walden of Violet Slope for a basket of delicious apples- A splendid ICO acre blue grass farm in high state of cultivation with mod ern brick dwelling barns well watered and beautifully situated for sale at a bargain Address P 0 box 82 The tobacco and corn crop in the West End is phenomenal and will ex ceed last years Tobacco cutting will begin next week and with the increas ed acreage and largo yield the growers will havo money to burn Thomas Peacock sold the building and grounds bought of tho school board for a nice profit to Mrs Darling McCarty who will replace the old structure with an attractive home Work on it will begin at once and pushed to early com pletionMrs G W Clark of Paris is visit ing Mrs J K Helm Miss EfTie Drye is visiting friends in Harrodsburg Miss Mary Wells of Wise Va is the guest of Mrs Jesse Carpenter Misses Lucy Selectman of Springfield Mary Claxton and Pratt Heddtn of Louis ville are guests of the Misses Cunning ham Make Hay the Sun Shines It Thiro is a lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer He knows that the bright sunshine may last hut u day and ho prepares for the showers which are so liable to follow So it should bo with over household Dysentery diarrhoea and cholera niorbus may attack some member of the home without warning Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Komody which is the host known medicine for those diseases should always bo kept at hand as immedlato treatment is necessary and delay may prove fatal For Halo by Stanford Drug Co A peculiarity of Illinois now primary law is that a candidate may have a majority of the popular voto while his opponent captures enough delegates to win tho nomination Under the law the voter may express his preference and also vote for delegates and these expressions are counted separately This peculiarly will probably cause much confusion in the State conven tion WarningSt If you have kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Foloys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Pennys Drug Store James N McKenzie One of Ten nessees State Railroad Commissioners dropped dead at his home in Lebanon Low Shoes at Low Prices T We are offering our entire stock of Oxfords at Prices that will induce you to buy Come in and look them ov er while we have your sizet W jB PerkinsS I V 4 Curd by A WHY ANY SKIN WHEN THIS GOOD HAS CURE CrIIKentucky Try our Cotton Seed Lard Hemp Knives on Hand ISfavl waH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Illinois ZEMO SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR DISEASE MEDICINE +ZEMO + NEVER FAILED TO K W Itosie MEiuriN Co 8t tool SinUAnatAlrlto Hi May Klh 1805 matt Slut limieimz thjfIUiO1 rarfd mr Inns If not life I will tell all sufferer from enema who your rood incdlrt no dirt fur me 1iuffermisixJeararuin n torturing re of itching ccrema of both arms I tritd olght au every enema cure Icould hear of without relief The dl eae urcw none and spread tu mi nec and breast niy arms had groat liolftcotcuiu theme I toon became tin and WU confined to mr bod part of the time Sly louab3n boUlltlt a bolt Ie ofZI51Ot tho Uni application Mopped the Itchlnz 1UJlumweIeouad entireltcuredcontider rcrorerr- ihort of a miracle i gladly answer nt inqullesAAI VIHand recommndw7ItulIlI person u n V V MQJAJ 11W anrltcaJuciUndlieate oor gralclullr GUARANTEED AND SOLO BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD Call and get one of these If not satisfactory return it nnd get your money back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as well in oven GEORGE H HARRIS t O Stanford Kentucky u STANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARY First term begins MONDAY SEP T 3 1900 Our faculty U strong equipment firstclass mirromiilmgs comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by tho host institutions in tho State rates very reasonable Dont send off to school whcnjjyou havo oa good or better advantages at home Address JA OSCAR B PALLIS President Stanford KyfT tThe Interior Journal J E C WALTON t HARVEY HELM of Lincoln cortnty n rnmlldiitc to rtnro Dent tho Klirtitli CoiiKrt s loiml District of Kentucky Hon U U Gilbert xubocttothenetlonof tin den Dorado mltry Mtllt JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of trerc county li a candidate to repro seat the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to HonO Q Gilbert subject to the action of the ilea ocratic artyM F NORTH t Ii n rnmlldntt tar ltellllnIRth ot Uncoln connty vubjrct to tbv action of the IHinu era tic party h HON HARVEY HELMS chances of i winning tho democratic nomination for f Congress in this district grow brighter as the date of the primary approaches Good news comes from every county in district savo Mr Hughes home of Mercer where very little Ithe is expected In fact it seems a sure thing Mr Helm will carry seven of the 10 counties and his more enthusiastic friends claim ho will t get eight or nine It has been a long time since Lincoln county has had a democratic Congressman but it seems I that the tide is turning now and things arc rapidly coming her way So mote 1itbe tTilE News says that the Press Association did right lintron Congressional candidates announcements was right and proper The News ought to know and we withdraw our protest forthwith and move that in stead of spending a part of his means with the papers the candidate turnover to the members of the tripod estate and birth right and give his note for a good sum in the event he is elect ed Theres no use in doing things oy II halves TimE Frankfort Journal seems to have a correct diagnosis of Attorney general Hays and his candidacy for governor when it says of him Hays is 1avery small bore statesman who has gained an exaggerated idea of his im tportance through the cajolery of a few who are using him for own selfish ends and who would throw him overboard without cpmpunctoln if they should cease to find him useful f LATEST returns from the primary election In Illinois show that the ad- v60ry vote for United States Senator will give Shelby M Cullom senior Senator a plurality of about 35000 over former Gov Yates Yates is man who offered his services to Powers for the cowardly assassination of Gov Goebel The people of Illinois l l dont seem to want to indorse murder by the majority shownabove AN Atlanta husband wants a divorce because his wife cruelly belabored him with a broomstick His petition in the suit concludes as follows Jpray the court to deliver me from a woman who is so wanting in wifely respect as to assail her husband with a broomstick Poor fellow It is to be hoped that he will not only get surcease 1from his troubles but big alimony besidesIA KENTUCKY couple tilled to getI married in Indiana because the clerk r was not satisfied that they were old enough If this conscientiousness gets to be epidemic through the Hoosier State Kentucky children will have to outgrow their swaddling clothes before they can get married EDITOR ofSomerset Journal who knows whereof he affirms tell tales but thenays Dead men no writers of obituaries often do Theyll I have to tell some whoppers when some men die- THE Democrats of the Tenth district made a wise choice when they returned Frank Hopkins to Congress He is a vigorous active young Democrat who will reflect credit on his section and f State IPO AL r spoke to 8000 people 1ata Masonic picnic near Hardensburg Hon John D White denies a rumer that hewill withdraw from the race for Congress in the Eleventh district Editor W Reed Embry Was had his father Mr T P Embry appointed commissary clerk at the Frankfort penitentiary M E Small of Carrolton has an nounced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Sixth district It Is announced from Indianapolis that Vice President Fairbanks will not make any political speeches during the campaign this fall N B Hays attorney general canal will speak at thedate for governor court house in Danville at 2 oclock Aug 20 county court dayICharles JAttorney Lexington will be the leading counsel of the murderers in the prosecution Gov William succeeding late Thomas C Campbell r i v iT i Representative Thomas Davis the only Democratic Congressman from West Virginia has announced that ho will not be a candidate for reelection New Jersey Democrats are preparing to line up in the Bryan column for 1908 Every party leader of prominence in the State has declared for the Nebras kan Chairman Josiah Quincy of the Mas sachusetts Democratic State Committee says that the sentiment of the State and local committees is over whelmlngly for Bryan Some of the Republican leaders in Washington Who are figuring on the political complexion of the next Con gress concede that the Democrats w gain 37 seats The Democrats say ill estimate is decidedly too low On tho 18th ballot the Tenth district Democratic convention at Iikevil nominated the lion Frank A Hopkins of Prestonburg the present Rcprcsen tative for Congress Mr Hopkins was not an announced candidate Chairman Lewis McQuown issued a call for a meeting of the Democratic State Executive Committee in Frank fortAugust 11 to consider the repro of the subcommittee regarding the de tails and expense of the State primary In an election fight at Cold Springs Texas E B Adams Democratic nom inee for Tax Assessor was instantly killed Sam Adams his brother was shot in the head and it is believed fatally wounded W Y Robertson was badly wounded and C W Williamson wounded but not dangerously Wii liamson it is alleged did most of the shooting A mild political sensation was caused in OWEnsboro by the publication of an interview given out by Judge E P Taylor clerk of the Daviess County Court one of the bestknown poll ticians of Western Kentucky to the effect that he thought Democrats of Kentucky would make a great mistakes if they refused to indorse Senator Mc Crearys candidacy for reelection to the Senate Judge Taylor who de Glares for McCreay has been one the Beckham leaders in Western Kentucky in the past lIe has just returned from a meeting of the County Clerks of the State at Elizabethtown and says that he found sentiment almost unanimous for McCreary CHURCH MATTERS lIn accordance with the action taken by the General Association at its recent conference in Richmond the Southern Baptist Church of Kentucky has taken initial steps to establish a Baptist sanitarium in Louisville The meeting at McKendree church Hubble closed Friday night Th6 visible results are several professions of salvation and 16 additions to the Rossibwell of Chaplain A series of gospel meetings will begin Wednesday night at Mt Eden church on the Tates Creek pike near Spears Prof B J Pinkerton the regular preacher will be assisted in they meetings by Rev J H Stawboughof Lexington who will do the preaching and by Prof Leonard Daugherty of Louisville who will have charge of the musicJessamine Journal Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and prompt relief must ho obtained There Is no necessity of incurring tho expense of a physicians service in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand A dose of this remedy will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to full even in the most severe and dangerous cases and no family should be without it For sale by Stanford Drug Co UNDER the new law it is a fine of not less than 50 nor more than 1000 for anyone not holding State license to auc tioneer Col J P Chandler of Lin coln county who is regarded as one of the best auctioneers in the State has secured license which covers this county and would be glad to serve anyone needing his services His address is Stanford KyMt Vernon Signal The rectifiers of Louisville say they will refuse to pay taxes under the cent and a quarter gallon tax on any whisky rectified from any but singlestamp spirits The Auditor will refuse to is sue licenses unless the tax is paid on all rectified goods and the Court of Appeals will probably be called upon to construe the law MATRIMONIAL George Gilbert of Middlcsboro and Miss Nannie Jones of Richmond were married ITliE Richmond Business College of fers Kentucky young people superior advantages for obtaining a thorough business education and has calls for more graduates than it can furnish and wants 50 more good stunents at once Positions guaranteed FOR RENT The storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office rjHobert L Salter a prominent Boyle died at Danville yester day aged 74 JIJNLJ t SOhtlunderconstipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion If it falls the manufacturers rotund your money What more can any one do Pennys Drug Store n PARKERS HAIR DALSAM Clemnil tiuuri Uit tutu Iromotrt mxurttnt growth Fallt to Rrator Gray COloew r N AS PRICESurgeon Dentist KENTUCKYsOffice over Mcltoberta Drug Store in the Ovvsley Building- c J20- 0Lexington Kentucky TO low Point Comfort and Return Via Chesapeake eC Ohio Ry Monday daylimit I tains For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Just out tide of town limps on the Bomcnet pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cutler stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting tubing or any kind of tres passing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbtcb fins VooOrueatga9AlberlVoaOruentgslFred Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mho Mattie n Hewes K Uelcbenbacb Charles Cummins Jos Ballou A O Dunn S Holmes DaughertyUPeter W barter J Neln Carter Mn M Hayden Welch A D Root J E Druce F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John B Cannon hich Sam Trowbrldge Peter Jlalmer Charles Entslln Frank Cordler LlndieyJacobDavid Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnelley J w Raugbman Cnrlstena Grayson J O Carpenter Jacob JUIeln dam Damerou Mrs j Alblock Fad llnmlorf HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United states have riot heard of the CourierJournal Democratic la all things fair in all things clean In all things It 1s essentlnlly a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of rer the WEEKLtT COUlUEROUU AL one year and this paper for the price named shore Send your inbicrlptlon for the com bluatlqnto usnot to the CourierJo- urnalCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court vs- V1oinJlortonetu1berndsints Notice of HaloIursuunt to u JUdgment of the Lincoln circuit court r mlervu In tho above Mylctl action nt the JIMK term IWJtlie untlvrslKii id taster Commissioner will on MONDAY AUH IS IBM between Stud 100 f it Ill front of till court pause door In Htniifuril Ky sell lit tiulillc outcry to tliu lilglitttiincl lust bidder tlie nxil vklutti which to lierHmiftur doncrlli fd This stile will bu iniult for tho purpose of illvlslou list title thereto huvliiK octn defelldulslsIenInIs Lincoln county Ky cud lit bouniltHl HI follows ReglsiSttlig ut u ttomt roriHr to lot formerly ownwl and Ixjuitht by J Dlnwliltlluof lou u Me Kin noy running 434 W M polos It link to a utiiku on thuUfimrnl Jurmiin line thunco N K with iris tine liji ixjlit to Jiintmnn corner- thrlscu with his lure H M K U poles links Kuunt Ownliyn corner thunci ft4 with bin InnIt Ibis pole Fount OWIIlIlorJwr tlicncu 4t i KfiK letoa stair corniT ton MUIwiu lot thunce W wltn said nhtoIlHllmlllnwhltllllloto to till IxKlmilng coiitiilnlnn one flush ono lxtli lo acres morn or For the purclmn price tilt purchaser will Ixi required to tfKf ixind with npprovt l no cnrlty iMarlng interest nt o tier cunt from lain of KiUv and InivliiK the lorce ami elTcct of a Judgment Jlondo will Ise nuide iiiya bio to Murphy IIIIIWhhllIIlIIh Dlnwldulu Minnie Morton and will Ix due nnd payalili each of the aforn said pentoiie arrive at the age of years inuli of fovlnu entitled to one lourth rwtuiredlondJill lit liny time lifter nix months from dntu of sale And should John Kiianlliin of lefunilntiU Mortalhound tho iiortlon due Viola may ist11111 to film lit any tune not less thou fix months After date of side Howev er at any time after continuation of tho rUe il1aKiaion u culUolent amount of the pur may Im paid to Gusts of tilts IIctllllloml nil uttorn IUdrtbu CEO D SAUFLEY M Q L C C u1 17lJ41 FARM FOR SALE Hnvlnt moved to UlllwrtsfrtMk denln to soil fnrm of Ile acres on the Htnnford An liOrchnnl plkeS sidles from rub or chard Knrin U well with rosin Alinutgrasslookot r the place can on who liven on till front t J HM1TII llllKrts Crook Ky FARM FOR SALE WI hive for snip n splendid Uarnird ciiunty farm It Itus oil tliu Irf xlniton plkii from Isutcuster and cost Idxwtll4Sillies It 7t ti iw arrvn of thl fnrmnramillatilo for hompand tobaocn A of this hemp stud tolmlieo Iniwl hasKirt In liluegrns for till tiixt l Tills farm lion well mid line n hrlckisIdeiirvoii It Till Is n this hunts It you wIsh to see tin nlHint It ynu ran llnd in nt the rvMdelHo of HtJ Jt lilllllU l III Ulliriiotor KyJ1I N MOUAN1 L1NIUAN ll Waynisbufy Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In and Miinufncturer ol Granite Monuments Marbc used letters n Hpeclnlty Ottlce and works Waynvsburg Ky It IliilcvtlAitt NOTICE I I haw two Inrce ttor rooms fur tRI nt irlnndo ltookoii h rountv on of tatnnin xW the other svxIA with two Mund stile rooms ami true to JM 10 worth of Keuonil in rcbandlM thins town lots coiitiilnine NUiut S ucn s one gall wnrvhou v huxin goo l tuoYUiry dwllliiK t good tMiltiigv nouMi i tttHMl grist mill liulldliii nil note toiylsitoawlille oak iMiplnr client nut and plow tlm ln r Alit Mmt AHMUifeot ol poplnr white ask elifiinut stud pine lumlier on sticks About live miles from ndlnsndtwosnwlitmus Just inovlni into the stove Boundary of tlmlier Write fur further Jusrtloublr J A WiHl Urlamlo Ky PUBLIC SALE A iilmlnl tnilir de Santa Don with tho will annexed of leo W Jute I will on H1tCIlmi1YthilHT II 111 tit IIhoutt 5t on the prumlies ottttr for sale at public outcry the following reel Ctrite First the home plnce of the Into O W Jaiiifn contnlnliiR about W ores of land on which tllrt is new brlllk h use of 8 roosts nnd sill nec s nry ontlmlldlnit the dwelllnx niul most of the liind Mini III the corporate lush of t rat Orellu Hefondthe frnmedwelllnic homo and lot on the Kfltt tide of Main Street In Crab Orchard Ky now occupied by Mrs M V term will lie Announced on day of sill JlI ltxmN film A- cT Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky W e are prvpnred to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the business of the citizens of the Kflft Km None but the best compnn 111 rtllltlotltJ- Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Hate n talk with us before piecing your In surnnce of renewing old policies List your property with us and w f sell It for you cbarglntt you only n mull per cent PRESCRIPTIONS I I THREE THINGSI 1 1arc1 the1arc 1 StapfordDru mS1 ewi V R BECK Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Milton Him Anon et nl Plaintiffs vs Jor dun Hill et Ill DefundiintN Notice of wile Pursuant to it Judgment of thu Lincoln circuit court a love styled action at the June tunas IUOIUIe undenilKn ed MimtvrCominUtloner of nld court wil- lat MONDAY AtHI ItlUM n front of the courthouse door In Stan urd between l mud 131 p sell at hullerImhucd The object of tilts Mile Is to catlufy II JnilK inert which the lnlnlliTs herein have re covurednKiiliut tin defendanu fur the sum or JiO and Interest thereon at the rate if d per Geist pvr annum from March ISM until paid together with the costs of tills action The said cklate connlHlH of two iKiiindarlen of Innd which will lie mitt Its nontlretynltuat1IU filncolncoun Ky on the water of branch of HaimlnK York The first tract ls thus de at a corner of Murlih- yStud0oneytneiiceHlaEblrotes links to a stone In tho filII rJ pole rt links to n utoiii In tilt road thence N W K miles to a tnko thence M W U Jones 10U links ton sulks in OolTey mid Murphy1 W poles lu links to suskoIn0oaevundlltirphys Ifne thoiue H w II poc links to beglimhi- gwnhiltdng7acresmoreor less The second tract above and Is iMHimled by the In lisle of John rash David ImuKhcrty Vllllam McCornmck and con talnsthreo acres of hind more or lent The ode will lie made on n credit of six months and the nurcfcamr will rciiulreil to Kivu bond for lire purehime price with up to the CominU etonernndlenringInterestlittherate of 0 annum from untilper paid This Ixiiid will have the tune and 5h feet of n Jiulgiiiunt mind to further secure the purchase a lien will Iw retained on the real Qltn 8 GEO B SAUKLEY M C L 011I 1 Prices changed I Beginning today we will rtdiito tlio prim cm till strictly Hnniinvr Cioutig + We can only mention n fow thing to show you tho gcnniuais of tho elate incnt Ladies Oxford Ultra ea to 286 Ladies Oxfttdi Brock port SLfiO to 82 Ladies Oxfords 82 to SlIOj Ladioa Oxfords 8100 to 81 Mans Porto RicanStraw 250 to 150 Mans Yacht Straw 150 to 1 1 f IIrfinlllIr JItisNYM r h N Mans 2fficce Double Breasted Suit jA 15 to 10 Mans 2Piece Double Breasted Suits 1250 to 850 Mans 2Piece Double Breasted h j Suits 10 to 7 I tTheseAll fresh snappy stuff Older styles and less desirable goods at remarkably low prices H J M ROBERTS i 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY t Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travelcombined with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so that the natural oils may do their work ol softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM waythrouihandthem out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow of health yoSAMPLEFREEof the famous book A Trtttitt tn Fatitl Mwtgt PENNYS DRUG STORESTAMFOIU KENTUCKY eoreI1 have one steel range left for woOl or coal Four cap shelf nnd warning closet with reservoir A bargain tar Ihigh Conic pump quick to A Id ridges Also tin work plumbing 1 H idgeIholier amid Plumber ISTANFORD I aea ws se Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Estfiblisficd 10 years Ifnsliedn rapid continual growth Nino Depart meets as follows Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical y The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influenceawholesome Write for Catalogue J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDONKY1f II r I I r NEW FALL SKIRTSl i i V We have just received our first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and Black Panamas STNOltn Ky Aun 7 1000 DEUCIOUS Icb Cream Soda at Penny Drug Store PERSONALS Miss JBNNIB NKWMND la quite sick v JAMHB McilBB attended tho Danvlll0 AftFrMay MmrON HANKY 1thrO tenod with ty fihtUi fever UQKN to tho wife of C C Terry a Jpund boy- IttW COOK spent several days at I Qnt Orchard v LMSI8 THVM CAiirasTEK Is with Crab Orchard friends MlM HAUIB DAWBON U Tory III with tniarmttont fever MIB8 RAIMA WARReN spent overal days In Cincinnati MR AND Mns E OWBIUY arc a- ti1rabt Orchard Springs Mn JAMEs JONHS of Monticello la with Mm W S Jones this week MIss MARTHA HunnAUD of Rich mond Is with Mrs James Mewcr Miss Seem SAUNDRIUI is with her BUter Mr CornelUon In Louisville f MR MAX RoiUNSON and wife of Lou- Isville have been guests of Mr Sam t Robinson Missus AUHBW CUHRAN and Alma Earle of Cincinnati are guests of Mted Dora Pence I GAIT J C LYNN Game homo from Frankfurt Saturday to see his wife who has been III MR G W IIOUTZCtAW and family arrived from Willow Hill III Friday to visit relatives Pnor R J McMULUN who taught In the Graded School last year has been IL with friends here Miss RHEA WEIMHii who has been with Miss Stella Huplcy returned to Louisville Saturday MRS T F STINK and children of f Coal Creek Tenn arrived Saturday to visit her sisters herO MRS J S OWHLEY JR and James McBlwam Owslcy returned from a via It to Fraukltn Saturday r MR Goo C KHLLBR Is spending several days at Crab Orchard Springs HarnxlsburR Democrat MR AND MRS K M HLACKHRHY of Louisville arrived Sunday to visit the family of Mr W M Bright Mus MATTIE NFUS and Miss Llllio McClary went to Ixuisvlllo Friday to visit their sister Mrs Hiutt- Mrawn J P AND E E GANN and 1 James II Each of Wayne county have been guests of Mr J W Eads Mug J S MoiiLBY returned Satur day from Nelson county where she had been to ace her mother who is ill ELI JOHN M LEWIS librarian nt Dcthany College Bethany W Va ar rived Friday to visit tho homofolks MR AND MRS F H DROY of Cleveland 0 are with her parents Mr and Mrs T W Gooch In tho West End MRS F D BALKOU and children who have been with the family of Eld Joseph Ballou returned to Lexington Friday LITTLE LYNN son of Mr and Mnw E T Pence Jr fell while pljiylng tho other day and cut nn ugly gash In his foreheadMn M BOGLE and Miss Alma Whcrrltt were hero from Lancaster Friday to meet Mr W C Wherrltt and family who reside In tho South MISS IIERTA JEAN PENNY Is an pert window dresser If you think sho is not look at tho soap display sho ar ranged in Pennys Drug Storo window Mn SAMUEL T HARRIS has been appointed a member of tho Advisory Com- mitteo of the Blue Grass Fair which is to be held In Lexington tho week of Sept 17 MRS S W PARIS and daughter Miss Annie Paris of Dayton 0 and Miss Katie Denton of Lexington are with Mrs Adelia Woods and Miss Min nie Woods Mn A T MARTIN of Somerset was hero Saturday to claim his watch lost during tho fair and found by Mr J W Eads An ad in tho I J found tho valuable timepiece for Mr Martin Mns M E BORDERS writes from Fouke Ark that her little grandson W C Borders aged 21 years died a few days previous of typhoid fever Mrs Borders has just gotten over a so ttflyere bpell of fever M LEWIS of MB AND MRS LUCIEN Arizona arrived SatKeams Canyon urday to visit his parents Dr and Mrs T M Lewis This Is Mr Lewis first visit In years and his many friends are and meet his bride hot glad to see has won since last they sow him t II S SHANKS spent several days in Louisville MRS P L BECK Is threatened with typhoid fever Mns L M GooDNirtiT is at French Lick Ind sojourning JUDGE J W AICOUN is recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs Miw BH lflIIILL who has typhoid fever continuos very ill MIWTOMMIB FKANCIB of Lancaster Is with Mrs J F Cummin MISH NCTTIB WRAY loft this morning for Erlanger to visit relatives Miss SARA HAUGHMAN Is with tho Mteaoa Thompson at Mt Vernon MRS J N SAUNDERS and little Sophie are at Crab Orchard Springs MR AND MHB HORACE HBRNDON of Lancaster spout Sunday with relatives here PROF W C GRINSTEAD of Danvlllf ta with his daughter Mrs J W Ireland HON G A LACKEY loft yesterday for St Louis to vblt his son Mr W G Lackey MISH MA KIR MAIIONY has returned from Dripping Springs greatly Improv ed In health EDWARD Cooruit left for Kansas Ci ty yesterday to tako a good position as traveling salesman MR88R8 JOHN OWSLEY REID land Welch Rochester are with Mrs Frank Lee at Middlesboro MRS J U HARRIS of Tumcrcvllle who has typhoid fever is doing as well as could bo expected HAYNBS SMITHS horso threw him yesterday and in tho fall Mr Smith received an ugly cut In tho face MRS LEHUI OTUNIEL of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs J B Wil llama in tho Mt Salem section Miss LOUISE RORINSON daughter of Mr W Porter Robinson of this coun ty Is very ill of appendicitis in Chica goMiss JULIA STAGG of Hustonville and Sara Dunn of this place left this morning to visit friends at Abingdon Va MR CLYDE SHUTTLE of Somerset and Miss Florence Culton of Parksvlllo spent Sunday with Miss Hattie Far mer MBS DAVID SCOTT and daughter Miss Ellen ONeal Scott are visiting relatives and friends in Paris and Lex SAM DannY wife and son of Montlcello wcro guests of Mr and Mrs Mark Hardln on their return from Knoxvllla MR W H BBAZLEY and wife of Louisville passed through to Lancaster yesterday to visit his father Mr W A Bcazley Miss LUCY PETERSON of Paris has been elected by the board of trustees to teach the fifth grade of the Stanford Graded School lION HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county was an interested spectator at the Danville Lair last Friday and received much encouragement from his many friends in this countyAdvocateL- OCALS in HEMP reapers tor sale Get our pri ces J 1 Beazley Co H C RUPLEY Is receiving his tall samples of clothing Call and see them M G REYNOLDS any d Dr Isaacs are building telephone lino from Wood stock to Waynesburg THE tax books are ready Call in and get your receipt Remember tho penalty goes on Nov 1 T J Hill sher itT ENTER tho Richmond Business College and prepare for good positions 50 good students wanted for good roar tions MANAGER SHEARS FISHER of Drip ping Springs has a good crowd at his springs and the table ho is setting is fit for the gods IK you have town property or a fnrmI for salo or rent or wont to buy or let tho Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Titlo Co know it THE Business wants 50 bright young men and women to pre pare for good positions at once Write for information Positions guaran teed THE Lincoln Shamrock base ball club will cross bats with the Danville Com Crackers bt the Graded School grounds Friday Aug 10 Admission 10 and 15 cents YOUR SUnriER 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 t SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY HENRY LOGAN was lined 50 for illc gal sale of whisky the other day THE first homo watermelons of tho season were on salu hero Satur cay by that prince of melon raisers Mr John H Engleman READ the advertisement of Ed M McCarty the horseman If you have a horse that needs handling it would be worth your time to see him lie under stands tho business OLYMPIAN SPRINGS now open for the treatment of rheumatism nervousness indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F 11 Sims propr BURGLARS broke into E B Cald wells dry good store and Dr A K Caldwclls drug store at Waynesburg Thursday night and got 115 or 18 from the cash drawers Milllkins blood hounds were brought from Wilmorc but they made no trail DANK STOCKI will seUat public auction on Monday Aug 13thcounty court day five shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville Sale will take place in front of the court house at 1 oclock P M W II Harris ojctc utor Mrs At B McAlister LINCOLN county people who are so Inclinedwill do considerable voting during the hext few months On Sept 111 democratic nominee for Congress will be chosen by a primary on the 12th the whisky question will bo voted upon while on Nov Cth tho general election and State primary will bo held Verily the floater will have a pichic for a while at least Tim cleanest beat show that has come to Stanford for some time Js the Lyceum Comedy Co which is shewing in a big tent on the CarSon lot near Lancaster street The company will be here all the week and will show each night You cant afford to miss this splendid opportunity of seeing somo of the best standard plays of the day pre rented by artists in their lines Prices 15 25 and 35c Go tonight BOUGHT MYERS HOUSE Mine Host Hark Hardln of tho St Asaph Hotel bought of Mr E P Owsley representing the Burnside heirs Friday tho well known Myers House which in years gone oy was the leading hotel in Cen tral Kentucky Mr Hardln will use a portion of it for bed rooms for his guests and will continue to rent the storeroom and offices He will make decided improvements in the building shortly THERE are nearly 200 guests at Crab Orchard Springs and each day brings new ones The extremely hot weather has caused them to flock to the grand old resort as tho best means of cool lag ofT and having a pleasant time generally Manager Willis has long since proven his ability to take care of largo crowds and It is of course an es tablished fact that the culinary depart ment under the direction of Mrs Willis is all that can be desired Verily it is a pleasure to bo there TilE Tri Llncoln Garrard and Boyle Counties Institute was organized yes terday morning at 1030 There was a song service followed by prayer by Rev L M Omer who also gave a short wel come address Clay Cox was elected secretary Mrs E E Alcott of Indiana University was introduced by Prof J W Rawlings of Boyle Prof Roark arrived In the afternoon Tho singing is in charge of Prof J W Ire above Famed counties arc in attend ance and an interesting program will be carried out today Tho entire meet- Ing promises to be both instructive and entertaining ORDERS havo been issued by tho gov ernor placing tho Barbourvilio company and tho Frankfort battery 2nd regi ment of tho State guard on active duty at Barbourville during the trial of tho Negroes Jesso Fitzgerald and Annie Henson charged with the murder of Mrs Broughton Col J Embry Allen of the 2nd regiment will be in com mand of tho troops ordered out The troops will move from Frankfort today proceeding to this place place where tho Negroes are in jail for safe keep big and accompany them to Barbour rule Capt C W Longmire of Lex ington will be in command of tho Frankfort battery on the trip A gat ling gun will be taken MRS RALPH LANE who was Miss Sue Cozett of Parksvllle is dead at Clovcrdale Ind Tim patching of Aching Hearts will be presented by the Lyceum Com edy Co tonightt LOST nt tho Hustonville fair a green silk umbrella Return to Miss Dora Pence Stanford THE Ladies Aid Societyof the Bap List church will meet with Mrs J C McClary Friday afternoon at 830 JHSSE FITZGERALD the Negro In jail here for killing Mrs Robert Brough ton at BarbourvIIIt will be tried Thursday HENLEY V BASTIN son of Mr A H Bastin the clever teleghone magnate of Lancaster is a candidate for Repre sentative from Garrard He will make the race as an independent FIREMAN COFFEY from the engine of a freight train at Rowland Saturday morning and was badly hurt about the shoulders and back He was taken to his home at Lebanon Junction jCRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS wore her air Wednesday nIght- s ys a dispatch to the Courier Journal on the occasion of a brilliant masque Among the dominoes were the following Misa Virginia Caswell Bennett poster girl Mr Reed Browny page Miss May Browning flower girl Mr Abe Addams yellow kid Miss Mollio Fife Helen of Troy Francis Kenady Topsy Mrs Will Shanks parlor maid Miss Vera Kimball Spanish dancer Miss Jean Bruce Haldeman folly Miss Virginia Bennett poppy Miss Bessie Haldeman Watteau Shepherdess Miss Bessie Elkin Japanese court lady Mrs A Addams 20th century girl Isabelle Haldeman Pirot Elizabeth Farley queen of clubs Miss Katherine Cole man queen of hearts Miss Emily Bul litt Martha Washington Miss Julia Bullitt butterfly Miss Olivia Baldwin summer girl Miss Jane Addams Red Riding HoodMiss Nell Putnamchrysan themum Mrs Len Spaulding Chinese court lady Nannio Evelyn Spaulding Gretchen Mrs E A Pasaina colonial dame Mr J B Ayers clown Jesse M Alverson Indian chief E L Miller Monk Heath Willis French doll gentlemanReuben cer Ross knight Coleman DC Jamctt Mexican gentleman Mr Goode Robin Hoed To wince ny stock of spectacle I will during the month of August ell nt n discount lilt frame etc und glvu the mine guarantor nt ratUfactlun ua IxiforV Oltlco OVIT MvKonorU Ltntg lon Utn i lnI to 11 W N HlAId KtiinforU Horses Handled Jnm prewired to hronk nod handle horses gunruntcrlKit M Mrttirty PtiikOottiiEo Htock Pnrin Htnnford Ky Residence For Sale J o ilrnblo rinlJoncf on Hiutonvlllv Ht11I Htnn fonl Ky Kur particular write me nt Mt HtiTllim Jor W M llrlght at tho Lincoln County Niitlonnl Hank JUAN P JONKH Desirable Home For Sale I I wish to sell privately my homo on tan ruilor Avenue The twuntory framo luilMIng or tovon rooms nand Ji In splendid repair The outlioti oinn nowaml convenient Tho lot contain IN acre of land had Jaya well Joranother dwelling Call on me lor further pnrtlculnrx W K WAHNKIl Wtanfortl Ky PUBLIC SALE If not told privately I will on Wednesday Aug 15 06 at lm on the premise at J UNt TION IUTV KY offer for Mile The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property OonsUUiiKCf nlxmtJ sere of land factory building which hue nlmut Iieul feet flour pace use SShor o power engine one hums power lioller equipment of Can Hint machlnerv wit Uchlutclq or IBOK owns of fruit or vo BtahlentxT ilny empty 9 pound cans with toklerhem chief This lot Ii well located on till 1t N rnllroml had ess than sea feet from tin O duKt Chi luilldlng Is well miiiAl fur most kind if manufacturing enterprise or would nmkunmpltnl plucofor rehnuUIng tolxio eo For further Information will on or ad- droxa Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAil O HitELHv Mgr AMERICAN LADY CORSETS We have just placed on sale a bran new stodk of new shape Corsets in the very pop ular American Lady Brand SON nllendI HIIrling vstivs vsro as s + vevww r 1 i to 1 i iif ii i 4ICOLLARS i l iARE LINEN 9 Dont be humbugged any longer i with Cotton Collar i Linen Is the honest value Col not stamped Linen are II I Collars have- theLlnenstampwhleh itars e protects you i xJ- Ltt We sell them 3 for 25c I i fi i i t i fIIi iCUMMINSMCLAR t i STANFORD KY t Jege a w taspti asti+ a +++lot lot II +III + t+ iJ J + II J J II II tt NEW LOT I I We have just received a new lot of Beauty Pins Waist Sets Hat Pins Hair Pins Barrettes Barrette SetsI ISide lund IhiCIt- CombsI I And Belt Buckles See our assort ment before it is picked over ILMHUEYCOt Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t++ t++ 1444i4441 tUf l Hib F tiini Mt The interior Journal Xttered in the PollOffice at Stanford at utond elaunatter yUBUBHUn TOJSHUAVB AND FRIDAXH T 5100 PER YEAR CASH pWben not so paid M00 will be cbarged Jesse W Sweeney PBOralBTOB Food aad halo stable 4E44ery Ky Borees wellfed nnd cared for Up to date rip at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE IfB4ltCLAEONPr- cnjtrNcTION CITY KY Turnonu at ileaTraveling71r8ppeecIIal AtteDUoD to Men ln alld nay For Bale INSURANCEFire Ac ldcnt loweltloluuprelolltetCompanies YnylaglrasdrdUatqualIaTltl wltfc MAHONY Stanford Kentucky netlilence 1hone No 82 Whwn In Danville stop with B G FOX l4vvryFealnndalol4tnble Iull fancy hllnd forsnddle tIs1 UIII Will he In tbe IIIlIrkt iAiiion for linn ywirlln halt mule colts and horse cults B G FoxDanvilleKy BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY toccial attention to Commercial Men Your is couched Horioi handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale r wish tosolt prRnI farm of IT- Oscrea0 mile Vest of Lnnciuter on the Lexs melon pike It Is well improved and has of water and timber trnetd ERlrAlto of 100 acres lying midway between and Lex togtn pikes Hood outlet tnch Well kneed Term reasonable T I JltatRINO Marksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there Si so tUe difference In the price of high dIIIRdIJ suits and a suit made to tettormrulhaveahendeomelineepringneqdsummer Easiness suit to the finest rercoots trousers and fancy vests The wmpnny I represent Is one of the best H O RUPLEY the Tailor Ioar1 Traylor DIAttH IN Ifilskii Brand Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYGooPrompt snl polite attention Nothing Llhl is drink Mall pbons cr tslsgrspK orders rscslve wcjipt attention I es1CCrc Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneasSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Once Phone 187 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur ziture AlattingaRuga They ivilljcxchauge Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT It is said the Lexington race track to be sold soon FOR SALE Three good Southdown bucks W A Coffey McKinney e Hunn Coffey of Adair bought f Mrs Belle Rice of Casey a pair of mules for 350 The beautiful suckling colt sold by William P Grimes Jr to C E Tate took twp blue tics at the Danville fair I will be in Stanford next Monday county court day to buy 100 mule colts and some horse colts B G Fox Danville We have for sale 20 ewes and 10 good young bucks At the J F Cook farm five miles east of Stanford J L Barnes It Accountant at odds of 1 to 5 won the 15000 Brighton Beach Derby Sat urday Samson was second and Albert F thirdExtensive improvements are to be made at Brighton Beach The capacity of the grand stand is to be doubled The grounds are to beautified In the first heat of the freeforall pace at the Grand Circuit meeting at Cleveland 0 The Broncho broke the worlds record for mares by going the mile in 203 flat A fairly good crowd attended Har rodsburg court yesterday but stock and cattle trading was not active No extra good cattle were offered and come mon stuff went low FOR SALE Three high class Berk shire boars of February farrow Sire Columbia Loyal No 67195 dam Bour bon Queen No 88550 E G Bickley Stanford R F D No2 3t ESLRAYA pale red heifer left my place about five weeks ago Has small crooked horns Had bell on when she left Reasonable reward for her recov ery Bud Pennington Maywood Jerry Cravens bought a pair ofmules from Drewry Wilkinson for J330 Joe B Allen sold John Belden of Chilton a pair of mules for 300 W A Spra gens sold Smith ODaniels of Leba non a pair for 375Casey News Summer Diarrhoea In Children During the hot weather of the summer months the first unnatural loose ness of a childs bowels should have Immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that Is necessary is a few doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to oleansp the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of the first M K Church Little Falls M Inn writes Wo have used Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find It a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders In children Sold by Stanford Drug Co Good Out of Nazareth It is not often that jewels come from Bell county But in Conductor M 0 Winfrey Owen county seems to have found a jewel Bell county is one of the most intensely republican counties in the State Yet what few democrats live in that mountain fastness are died in the wool Mr Winfrey who is con ducting the Owen County Teachers Institute Is from Bell county Ho is one of the best educators in the State and would make a splendid State sue perintendent of schools Bob Ford who lives In Middlesboro says that Mr Winfrey is all right and that is a certi ficate of character in this part of the world Prof Winfrey has rendered valiant services to the school interests of Kentucky For several years past ho has been the most active uducation al worker in the Statcand is the first real leader the teachers of this State havo produced since the death of Ed Porter Thompson We predict the election of Mr Winfrey at the Novem ber election and the people of Ken tucky and the democratic party will do a good days work when they put him at the head of their educational institu tions Owen County Democrat SeaWall makes life now as safe In that city ds ontho hlglior uplands K W Good loc who resided on Dutton St In Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety Ho writes I have used Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion the past five yours and It keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now Its gone Cures chronic Coughs La GrIppo Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Ev ery bottle guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Or hard Tabulation of the official returns of Thursdays election in Nashville shows that Johns the independent candidate for Sheriff was elected by a majority of seven votes Ten Years In Bed Fur 10 years 1 was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes R A Gray J P of Oakvlllo Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of the time I consulted the very best medical skill avail able but could get no relief until Foleys Kidney Cure was recommend ed to mo Itl1as been a Godsend tome Pennys Drug Store IThe End of The World that robbed E II Wolfe Bear Grove la of all usefulness lof when ho began taking Electric Bitters Ho writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused mo great suffer ing which I would never have surviv ed Had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured mo of General Dobil I Its Sure cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50o Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Byno Bros Crab Or chard fltKentucky Fair Dates The following ate the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1006 as far as reported Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 153 days Lawrencehurg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 154 days London Aug fS4 days Nicholasviile Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 2Q4 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 114 days Hay Fever Summer ColdsI Victims of hay fever will experience groat benefit by taking Foloy8 Honey and Tar as It stops dilUcuU breath lug immediately and heals the inflamed air passages anil even If It should fall to cure you It will give Instant relief The genuine is in a yellow package Pennys Drug Store Control Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO 10 Ice room cottage toil acre of UnJ located about I mule Iroin Sbtlbj City The bOil sn aloe cost Sbuu We will Mil this plan for 11- 4ot 6o arm I mils tram Junction City itorr groom Irmll dwelling good Urn rrlU mike beau tic All ID gout repair Ibemllo fencing Slucr s In gnu and 25 lUte In cultifi lion load ore bird of pctcbn lumsapplet- A a iplcniSM ape ntrlKir 2600 lb gripe sold In oD year 111l clow to ccboal rtturchM etc and well walerrd medlnlnl well U house ae took well at turn ec Price rtWJ Hour and OrUt Mill Anderson county Ky 3S barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 yean ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of the year It Is ac up todate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine Is of 7 years real 14 acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of S room All for f1250 or IS 500 for the mill and 14 acre One bait cash Has line trade No mill In 10 miles No 1JA farm of lit errs A bao J om mud era tor j brief rnMtnce nicely furnished an un to due In every panlcu ar room on properis1 ol the Direst lIIte110 IJocoln county largt lbe plan ii well watered and inter well sot a bill on It Th rl only about acres In culilTailtn ndreungrus Plint of fruit lre sta Tbls Is sn Wed home sad a splendid farm Irlce rear onaUle Do 181A inn of gnu acM oae and one hal miles nc rib of HuitjnTllle on the Dlnllll Two stony rime dwelllog sertn rooms arse ballete Kin jount orcnird bearing ail kinds o Unit well watered never falllnf springs etc AI buildings and reveres are In loud repair This farm IsiltualeJIn tbe bat srctloo of Lincoln county atd Is sn Ideal horn JpltoJH Ue boux bnio and nil other n ce mry outbuUdlncs No tlSA farm of Ml urn situated about mien from etanfod and S wllve Irow trb Oreha d on the waers of Cede reek Toe Is cut In about 12 adds sod can be subdlflilrd About tin creIln cultlialion lUobrr lutficlcut ltokeep up place One and onelull story frame dweillnit ol rooms balls porchacic Two gaud la eouxe lulus grant rjr corn crib err Liar Is well water wl two good HslerDs at tbe door runlng stream through tarn All buildings la good shale e ceil one darn fencing fair Pi ceaillerar Terras CUT No T660 acre of land near Junction Cltrcutln leveaSeWe25acrtineultveituu rullI gas a nice young orchard and one of lbe eat grape bas ton In Kentucky Irty sold I sou undo gapes last year watered sad fearing gush Clone to school and cburcbn A Iwolllr71sr- oolll frame dwelling good barn el ill good repair 1rlce S3Z40 fir rooms two bslbTrandalawelliidoorauJ all otntr otaSr outbuildings Also Urge bltckruiltb 60x30andhedt length of shop sad Ibolwide Tel property will be tolil l a very low price- No Two bouses and loa situated lo Crab Orchard with tlxand onehalf acrea ot laud at inched liotb are Irani cottages one consisting of 6 and the other ot s room stable two itc Tbe building are new and the fencing li ordinary To uUd garden and bee acres In allure Will tell each place separately or aa a whole Pdceonlbprujwrty at a wholel 11800J 159x acrm of land In the town huts or Rowland about at acres bottom laud aooK acres lo woodland The pace ll wen cured cod water ed water wo ka well and clitern story frame building 6 room I ball veranda hack porch sum war kltchib and good cellar Uood barn and all other neeeswry outbuildings Including crib rracrry etc All In wud repair ttuilng In ant clue crder all wire fence This b a bauilful place a dutiable boin dun tu town and will tell cheap ano on sail term No see A farm ol ahwit 1W neros on nee ol the beat turnplkii lh the county A Itiiudneiua two story fraiu dllolt ned ones f Ida lur m nml best horns In the ouunty Tbli puee It well wnurtd a llboul it lerluJ i free lug II In leutiW nlcilr La II good community lonatoHbixOautiil nliout 2u uiluuiit dire Iroui lianloid This liter detlmkle tome 1rlce oacre farm wile of Crab Orchard Ky Urlck dwelling arwnas two tenant huuwi Iwo Lama well and prlng near dwelling Farm In high state of culllratlon 160 aern river bottom lend goal fencing fruit ee Prim f In an acre Nt7JA nice farm at Highland Kwell lmpruv ed well wtereJ etc Price ftu- orei42 aciea of land on Jamestown rod south of unnvllle too acres In cultivation about acres In timber and rest In grass large new llama Ing also an old dwelling on place new barn and wo old ones lilt well watered and the fencing looJ On public rod Price Jooo MlsslssippiThereo portunllles for rrotitable Investment as the MKsls ilppl Delta which Is now fitly descrlrejas Iros jerlry Valley The Umber la becoming more vlu peoplfomllmlnlshlns are constantly Increasing their pure hases of timber lanls In the South hen the tim ber Is re move J the land Is unequaled for agricultu rat purposes It will produce a bale of cotton lo the acre or will grow any other kind of crop raised In the temperate tone The soil nccJi no fertilizers and gives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices Is mkIDEn In vestment that he will never regret land Is di I1ClloIlo S6 per are according to location ttt We are authorized by the company who owns these lands lo state that as other parties are considering the urchase of these lands that we offer these tracts sub hangInenouEhfor19000 acres of this land has been sold by the Com prIcul countyKytodate every particular and Rood Pit with Improvements acres of fine sad close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 No 1M Oottage In LacrnUr 7f feet front and emptrlilt contains I rooms hall veranda porch and bawment Close to school churches eta Price I2VMOO No P0Ten acraolhgdto story front cot tage seven rooms hall etc House Is new a good ClnJen IIId pleDI1Id orehNM Ily urn fearing good two stables buggy bouse smote house etc A load well li also goof mill oe the place a g nSenuher In mill It la run by nat ural power which Is a great economy sod the dam 1110 good repel Will tell the property at a low figure or lease It No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double teadaa hallway Etc A large 2 itory storeroom fronting street feet Irom hotel up stairs suitble for aw lug 2 nice eotugei nicely furnished Ataargefeet deep All of this property Is In London Ky mousyPoprielormonth no uol of health of his wife onl hangforliD1000ledNo 31110 icra of land one mile front Somerset KyrutlnMTen adds Forty serve In cultiva lion acres In pasture tartans In timber Dwell ng contains seven rooms Large barn and alt nee IOU outbuilding Fences and buildings la splen Id repair Well watered 141ce32500 No 21 tCOacraef land In Ford county Kaa six mllMtrom railroad and j mllea Irons Arkansas river Seventy acres ofland la rive bottom Is 0nt land and tngraaa This land li for sale or exchange 33 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about acres cultivated about US In timber and grass and about ISO In grass Timber on place Is cut to II blogleathe place twice over A large part U tonic ed There are four dwelling of t rooms each and one store of two stories with room above has well and spring of water Is In S miles of conntvieat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 12200 Onehalf Cash No 2ttAluut saes of lnd t mule Irons gouldwell1inerent on pike This It a good home anti a chop plan The owner of this properly lire It UfDdrr son Ky and has made up till mind to sell this place reserving mineral water tights on plan II in rbought at a bargsln bee us lor a price yFramehousebroomandporb outbuildings Sacrveln cultivation rest In tim bar Well wateied yards from posloffloascboo and church lays wall on pike and In good cum munlty Price t M 01101700IIbtrllotion place Krsldenc rooms Ily story log wralberuoarded tloo l barn Atom acres In cultivation llulliitng In lOc ltro shale offencing IIJOd Hood timber Well at house springs all over place and 1 creeks running thioutn It Will sell the as e whole for lllOw on easy terms or will divide place to suit purcbsrers No 71VA nice little 5 loom cottaie All mere airy outbuildings and a roW garden About 4 wile from Stanford This is arbeep place Prior cash farm In mile of Phil IJ story iaeoomdwelling store boor smoke bou well All llIe buildings and fencing are la fair 1l1loo flood apple ercherd about eta In cultivation felt la J d Umber Watered lurkJNo 1t7 A farm of sera about muss from Htanford lays well and well watered A roW tarlion of the farm In blue grass A comfortable dwelling and a Urge barn This property Is on a epIendlaplkeidoM schol etc rIce 111 per Itre No 7010 acre of land totot trout collage rooms ball etc tome is mew a gwl glider and splendid orchard of 6n and on half acrrs bnclng goof tees stables bony house nicks house etc A god will 0011 Thera II pie a good mill on the place a good crusher In mill ll u rudk natural rower which Is great economy fhbproprrlydthe county about mllra Prow atanlord the Is alwau a realfsaly tor the flour and meal U HOU as ground W will sell this plea for SI400 Is a bargain lb buildings alone could not ba put up for tnls moray No UoA farm ol 10 terra mil beyond Mo Rlansy Lye well Improved and I debt on pike No atuek barn Iz bOa alaU sbtd 42tenant dilvwa lunnur 2 other barn bouee Sroouj brick residence and buildingsdsspringsLtivation ritcelyuiuoo No 151100 sere farm bout I mils this side of Shlby City room cottage 3 torches No good tiller under the kitchen Uood barn of I stalls crtl etc Building ere In good repair suit the fencings are noderau Two springs and good pond oa slue Abdul U eta in timothy and clover ant In oadand Prim S No 156A 2oae Urns on aria tarosrrabOnhard Aboai 7vlacinln culiliatlon and aerraln paatua real In good timber About 75 Iarlnc fruit tress on the place 2 story 6 ron dwelling ordlnlysiabi and crib and a very good truant hone Tb bulUllngs sn In very gsotsheLultheleotta us not Tee pi to watered l never springs This Ia good fork ham and U offered at a bargain Ill only a2aoow No 19no acre farm our Iluitoovllle hood dwelling acd barn a good portion of this place- could sold for town Tots Ills well watered std the Sebring and buildings are In good condition Tblslsobtoftb Lest arms In lb county Te soil Is rich and will produce etc Pile f 00riD Two story fame dwelling 7 mom ball and veranda flood garden fencing and house In 1rlcerawnableNo aIlouseaudfiteecMof land In licK Ntceaury outbuildings Fencing good and well watered Will sell this place on eat terms No 7329 acres of good land six rooms two dory dwelling well watered good lancing Is u Ibe suburb lb clly ol traded school and eurcbe TIoIlt salable how Price reasonable Na57dcoowfraincottage and one MT and In Ky Larg barn smok hobo All buildings and fencing In good repair run f 100 No JII acres ol land cottage of rOw goof hill end i porches hood brtlnd other necessary outbuildings Fencing In good repair rise well watered a splendid well bou e etc Land is all level and produce well Young apple and peach nrchaid Ibis tarot Is abut 6 tulltIrow town Price UstJI- J102IIJA HO acre f nu In the Waynisbuig seilon about 2U mllrs Irom 2 tall road stations cloievo post office store cliurebr etc Lays twra 2 county roads Rural Frt e IMlverf Route hy place our room log house a spleudM turn KxIKIeel boxing and inn two pod she a Is watered with nevrrfalllog springs rod a run ring bunch through line p saw t bit go il fenc Ing and outbuildings 1rlc gl liw Trmseisy rio 2t16tlJlI IfI farm situawd on the bur and Mt Vernon road abut 3 wiles sot ofWaynMburg JIll a Sroom otlag riceTble place to a gentleman In Calliornl and he will Mil cheap aud tn easy lama NO 1ISA nice large store room anti dwelllrc abovn roulsilnii of fttv ral nteoly furulshed inod barn aid lot suit all utvewary Ollloolidl- ogeTliIIrI is In goal repair situated on Main street In ufrd right In the bullies p rtlou of town This properiy will be told of a lurgsln awl lNplendWoppurinnltylo auntie ens divlrlug to seeamibi being No 1IIJi sets ul land near Crab Orchard 219One vacant lot In Junction Ilty at rkiutbeiut cwrmr of Luriu and Urufiuu streets fronting feet on iolloii street aI running Suuth nn Lucite street lit art Price Vita cub No KIMoii eaud lot or lyigan itrrei In Wlao ford tad gsrileii etc Everything good re plr file 81600 No 2JWcreof land Idwelllrgsof rooms each LUll tobacco bans ll lest lung next to Ibt Wit liirn la Lincoln county 2swill stock barns This properly lays between good niumy roods ar d2 leading turnpikes All the buildings and bclng are In good repair Place Is well watered by good springs creeks etc Splendid loharao land sift wi1 rile barrels of corn to Iho sere 2 his onilooklugNo IIJIOO acre frau about 3 miles from town Ins Wilier Mete Suuillcottageoffauroomslnrge Uirn well Seared ole Price f per acm No 12Sereuruotndwellinggcalcellar and seres land Never falling well andsprlng Fencing 0uapptacdoseOeutral Kentucky neal Eatate A Title Co Stanford Ky REDUCED PRICES Mens 500 Suits Reduced to 8100eMens 8060 Suits Itcduccd to 500 Mens 8750 Suits Ifaluccd to 000 Mona 8850 Suits llcduccd to 700 MOlls 8000 Suits Reduced to iilnIMens 810iM Suits Reduced to 800- Mens 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mens 81250 Suits Reduced to 1100 Mens 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200 The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSONDr- yGoods Clothing Shots huts nUll Cajw Ladies and Gents Furnisha lugs Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY The State College of Kentucky Lexington KentuckyT- he Agricultural nml MiMhnnlenl Mint tall ge of Kentucky otter the following hIIllorllllsltlol f which sl1c or four yi nniniHl IvmU ton nmtrri degree Knelt rourneof study IstH Kiinlanl uadarneryulrntefneully The gemrntlfaculty iitiinWr imirly ft profraoa etei instructor County HpiKiliitttis rwlve tuition nxiiu rent In ilorinltorlHs furl and light lUll if thyr Mint u 10 niDiith tnivrllnn rxlwnsrs a ttulernHilaryInuliiHlf frtini the MVtTtil courw of utility rencllly find rxm ll iit iMHttlon and HWrai IIUIIIIYThOHpcclnlUU with the nynumtxr olnxIMniiU Imvr rlmiv nl swab lt nnrtiix nt of natural aelenee Kiiinnirr wliool IIIto provlilwl for UnfoKy miglniwrliiK mid limit lions In nclcncw find arts Th HtHtf HollcKO nf Knitlirkr tlif only Inolttutlnn In lhr tommoiiHKnltli doing in wlrk1h for young women pravldm fnrIiItlea for good hue and lab Ing It U well ry IplM d with nil imnl trn isinveilieiireelneluiling twtli nonuse l n elclrleltyAu lr inmlrtt l iminii literature IHIKIIIV iintli nmtli logic initHphrlMliltiry and ixillllrnl HUII oiny No thr liuttlutlon IntliuHlntw olTfrnnilvniitnEi fur III nliiwlloii of women nt all onginralde to ttae olTerrtl by th Mtnte OolloIU 01 Ketueky ltsdnewt7srlwgl1werwt1dueling yenralargelyHfliiKtl iNitliliiitloitti tint 1I1If pmiKrlty aiirimssltiit lent of till im loan yours ka HtnteiulloatiFor liifornmtloH nBttritinit ciiurwstudy nod IITIIK nf rulmliiloii apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to I1 i Frail Hiiliit ItIII f xlngtoii Kr Full TITIII UtilnK ItIIIIr tl IMir the Lincoln County national Dank v Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 e 4 OFFIOERS h S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C DAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J R OwsLkT Stanford 8 II SIUUKS Stanford 0 W OAIITKII Turncrirtli W n Guuuiii IreachvraTllle I 0 OIXKIII Wayneiburic W II THATUJH Olloerta Creek It L Uonnit Lancaster W O WAIAKH Stanford J II KO TKH Stanford W U tfiuxKH Sanford J n IAXTOX Stanford We ItllCttUIIT solicit the accounts of Indlvldunls Klrmi nml Corpornlfoni hanks and llnnkirs anti are pnpnrml to fiiriil h nil depositors stint nerximnifKlntlons m a comlttont with aofe ImnklnK Mwltru Mat IVjiotlt lloxn In our vault for UM our lullolllen First National BankStanford ICyI Capital Stock 50000 y Thin Institution was originally established as the Hank of In 1851 theo reorjcanltcd as the National flank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganised as the First National hark of Stanford la I88J haying bad practically an unlnUr rupted nltteoce for U year It is better sappIlod now with faellllllli for transact lug easiness promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Recounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I Officers J I HOOKER PMSI 8 T IlAKKIS V Pie J J MaKOilKUTd Ohr W U WEAKKNAsUOhn Directors t Reid vomaeT Harris Stanford J I Ilockor Stanford K L Tanner McKtnnty I Elmore Stanford 9 H flaughman Stanford T I Stanford Jss Robinson Hubble J II llaughman Stanford J M Iettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Try One of Our New Perfection Oil Stoves LOWEST PRICES s George D Hopper Stanforu Ky Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting nnd pall the Conitnorcinl Bninclia taught in the Coiiiinercinl Dunnrttncnt if the SUE UKNNKTT MIJiIiIAlr SCHOOL Students now hoMing good positions Diplmnaa granted to thoBo who finuu the foune Suva onclmlf tlio cost lit getting n bnginws education September is the biat time to begin Write fur jmrtiuulnr r J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky