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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 10 1908 NO 42I HONMiARVEYWELM Lincoln countys candidate for Congress He was at home yesterday from a trip through Shelby Spencer and Anderson counties feeling good over his prospects of irlnning the nomination In the primary of Sept I HUSTONVILLE The strikes and delay in getting ma terial will cause the new bank hero to not be able to begin business bofor Sept 1st- Remember tho groat lecture at AI corns Opera House Friday night Aug Slth by ono of Kentucky s favorite Mona whose entertaining ability gland second to none Dr E Aloorn la in Cincinnati tide week on butinoM Mr old Mm T J Robinson have been In Louisville forth past wouk Thomas Imcock te clerking for Utahep Lippe during the nb Bonecof Howland lihhop whO hM gone Went prospecting The unfortunate maiming for life or our wellknown live stock dealer D C Allen has aroused the dceptttt nympa thy of the entire community for him Late reports of his condition indicate that ho will be under tho care of Dr Cheatham for some time- I Marshall rowel and wife of Mis souri and Carroll Carpenter and wife of Derby Has nil natives of tho West End who took advantage of the homecoming rules stayed tho limit on their tlckoU and reluctantly bade farewell to their friends and relatives Wednesday nnj returned tome 1CHURCH MATTERS- Eld Jos Ballou will preach at Mt Xcnia next Sunday at 380 p M Rev John Lewis who attended Beth any College tho past year will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning Rev GW Young has computed and will publish in a booklet all the liquor laws of Kentucky also nil the decisions of tho Court of Appeals Rev G Gordon writes that tho Sun day evening services which were dis continued during tho winter months will be resumod at the TurnorsvilU church at 730 Sunday s Stomach Troubles and Constl pation No one nun reasonably hopt for good digestion when the bowels art constipated Mr Chas Baldwin of Kdwardsvlllo Ill says I siilRiretl from di run le constipation und ftom uoh troubles fur several yours but thanks to Chamberlains Stomach and Ijlvor Tablets am almost cured Why nut get a package of those tab lots nnJ get well und stay wollg Priiw 2S rents Sample free Pop salo by Stanford limit erf 0 Gov Luko JJlnckburn whose rep utation ns u physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is tho best aper ient known to the medical profession nnd will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get n bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gisU and country stores a A woman in Shelby ville Ind drop pad a piece of gravel from her head which had entered her car sovea years ago I The third annual conference of the International League of Women Suffra gists is in seasloti at Copenhagen PAINT LICK Miss Mamie Furgorson Is the guest of AIr Will Champ Mrs Patti Engleman sold to E C McWhorter n sow and pigs for 27 OIThe protracted meeting at Fairview will continue during the week Much interest is being manifested Miss Luella Arnold entertained a fowI friends Wednesday evening at the homo of her sister Mrs B Ramsey James H Layton was drowned Tuesday evening while crossing White Lick creek just above this place Tho stream was considerably swollen from a cloud burstMr and Mrs G W Kemper and Miss Agnes Henderson sire visiting friends In Virginia Miss Elba icarl is visiting relatives here E C Williams of Ewing is visiting hero J B Burch al attended the funeral of his brother inlaw Dick Moberly at Willard Tues day Nora A little daughter of Mrs TomI Palmer of Hopkinsville found a bottle of arsenic and ate It dying almost instantly Mrs Palmer is a sister of Mrs Joe McCormack of this placeiwho was visiting at the Palmer at the time of the accident The child found the poison in Mrs McCormacks pocket book- Thomas T Crittenden of Kansas City who was elected Governor of Missouri in 1880 and who is tho oldest liv ing former Governor of that State will be ono of tho Missouri delegates who will go to New York City to welcome Mr Bryan In a letter to the reception committee howrote1 am out of pollJ tics rendered more so by ago than by inclination yet I want to be In again to see Mr Bryan nominated for and elect ed President I was not In full accord with his views on sliver but I believed then as I believe now that he would make the best President ever in the cha- irIn Solf UefenseIMajor Huinin MI tJr manager tho Constitutionally Eminence Ky when ho was fiercely attacked fourj yours ago by Plies bought a Hueklon8 Arnica Salve tit which ho says It cured inn In 10 days and no trouble since Quickest healer oft Hums Sores Cuts und Wounds 200t at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Iyno Urn Crab OlxhardIIi hear your son Ibwinning high honors at college He has indeed Ho has been at qnnrterback n halfback a fullback and nowIYes what Is he now said the speaker sagery replied the other hos a hunchback A Mystery Solved now to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipa tion was a mystery that Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills solved for mo writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia IndC The only plus that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Urea Crab Orchard Tayiorsvdls INEWS NOTES Gen Negrier fought a bloodless duel in Paris The will of Lady Curzon of Kedleslon was filed for probate in London William Inric one of the founders of tho White Star lino died In Liverpool Frank Jacobs a merchant 75 years of age committed suicide at Hay St Louis MissIt Is nearly certain that Gans and Nelson will box at Goldfield Nev on Sept Arguments of the attorneys have closed in the Hartjo divorce case at Pittaburg Gov Warfield of Maryland attend ed the reunion of former Marylands at Springfield 0 A detailed statement shows that the indebtedness of Zion City amounts to nearly 5000000- Charles S Carey Solicitor of the Treasury under Pesident Cleveland died at Oloan N Y Pleas Childers a farmer near No wata I T ehot and killed his step daughter and then fatally wounded his wifeDistrict Attorney Jerome announced that ho would personally conduct the prosecution of Harry Thaw for the murder of Stanford White Crazed by heat James Lupe of New York City shot and killed his wife and then sent a bullet through his own brain inflicting a probably fatal wound It Is reported from Sasebo that after repeated failures tho battleship Mikasa which sank last September after an explosion had occurred on board has been successfully floated Dr Julian P Thomas of New York oCIballoon trip from New York to Brent Rock Mass a distance of 225 miles Mrs E H Denshaw whose mind was unbalanced poured gasoline on her parlor carpet at South Bend Ind and Ignited it She was burned to death and four other persons were seriously injured Superintendent James Allison of the Cincinnati House of Refuge and his assistant Peter Costello are to be permitted to resign charges of cruelty to the inmates having been preferred against them Special Agent Sollars of the Atlantic Coast Line was shot and killed stantly in the railroad waiting room at High Springs Fin Sellara for sometime has been investigating wholesale stealing from freight cars J H Brocker a farmer fatally stabbed his wife In Catlctlsburg He then attempted to commit suicide Mrs Breaker recently filed suit for divorce which with jealousy on the part of her husband is the cause of his act W J Ickstad a prominent merchant while asleep fell from a boat in Pike Lake near Chippewa Falls Wis and drowned Ills companion Joseph Hard ng struggled for half an hour to res cue Ickstad and was almost drowned Twentyfive persons are known to have been drowned hundreds were ren dared homeless mid 500000 worth of property was destroyed as the result of a Hood in South Texas when the Colorado river was forced out of Its banks by heavy rains A mob of 3000 men battered down the jail doors at Salisbury N C removed therefrom three of the six Ne groes charged with the murder of the Lyerly family July 13 and lynched them During tho lynching two men were shot one probably fatally The Milwaukee Avenue State Bank of Chicago was closed by a State bank examiner There is a deficit of about 1000000 in the banks accounts and the president and cashier are missing The depositors are mostly foreigners and the announcement of the failure caused riotous scenes around the banks doors Ono depositor tell dead on hear ing of tho failure and another committed suicide COIINS CURED Corn Exit will posit ivcly remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and vo absolutely guarantee to rotund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of his great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is tot specdly effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Theodore Stensland vice president of the defunct Milwaukeeavenue State lank of Chicago is under arrest on tho charge of violating the State banking laws Paul Stensland president and Henry W Hering cashier of the bank are believed to hove taken refuge In Canada +Warning- If you have kidney and bladder rouble und do not use Foley Kidney Cure you will liars only yourself to blame for results as It positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Penny1 Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Judida Curd aged 90 is dead in the Shelby City section John Pitman Jr aged 18 died at London of typhoid fever Leland Godbey and Miss Maria Nich ols were married at Perryville Knights of Pythias will build a 10 WO opera house at Nicholasville Charley Hamblin died from excessive heat while working at Jones saw mill near Williamsburg Col Ed II Gaither of Harrodaburg was attacked and narrowly escaped be lag killed by an enraged bull He was badly wounded Charles Griggs of the College Hill section of Madison died from tho effects of injuries caused by being kick ed by a mule Sunday H H Tye who ran for Congress on the democratic ticket in the 11th dis trict some 10 years ago will assist in the defense of Caleb Powers A Lancaster special says that Wil lIam Davis a prominent man who re sided eight miles from there on the Kirksville pike was drowned Late Rowe was found dead two and onehalf miles from Lebanon by the side of the railroad It Is supposed he was asleep on the track when the train struck him- Brigham Young was run over by an L N passenger train at Junction City One of his feet was cut entirely off while the other is badly mashed Young lived near Parksville At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the Dank of Bryantaville Dr B M Swope was chosen president C C Becker vice president and J C Williams of Loveland Ohio cashier John Preston charged with the mur der of Samuel Broughton his wifes father in Garrard was discharged The proof showed that Preston acted In self defense The killing took place near Bryanlavllle 10 days ago Passenger train No on the Cincin nati Southern railroad collided with a freight train at Winfield Ky The fire man on the passenger engine was killed and the engineer will probably die of his injuries No passengers were in juredIf United States postal authori ties at Washiugton approve and accept the mail crane patented by J T Nash the Lexington blacksmith and former resident of this city ho will be entitled to tho 100000 offered by the govern ment to the successful inventor of the contrivance Advocate Tho grand jury which indicted Jesse Fitzgerald and Annie Henson for the murder of Mrs Robert Broughton in Knox county received instructions from Judge Faulkner to investigate the mob which formed last week to lynch the Negroes He said the names of the ringleaders would be given to the jury and told them to bring indictments against any who were in the mob Kentucky is to have another life in surance company and Danville capital ists will be allied with tho new enter prise to a great extent Mr C P Cecil Sr is one of the original Incorpor ators Mr Fred Harris will bo a mem ber of the regular staff and Mr M J Farris will be made director from Boyle The President of the new company will be Capt John H Leathers of Louisville who is well known here and a brotherinlaw of Dr E H Pearce The company Is composed entirely of Kentuckians and will operate only in the South Mr Robert L OITutt who formerly worked this territory for tho Equitable Comyany has been in Danville this week disposing of stook and succeeded in selling about 12000 worth Tho name of the new concern will be the Kentucky Inter Southern Life Insurance Company Advocate Make Hay While the Sun Shines There U a lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer He knows that tho bright sunshine may last but a day and ho prepares for the showers which are so liable to follow So it should bo with every household Dysentery diarrhoea und cholera inorbus may attack some member of tho home without warning Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DlurrliOda Remedy which Is tho lost Ki own medicine for these diseases should always bo kept at hand as Immediate treatment Is necessary and delay may prove fatal For salo by Stanford Drug Cu- Gallic gallantry could no further go than the compliment Sarah Bernhardt safe in Paris recalls of the Western dry goods clerk who said to her Mad nine I learned French only to hear you and it was worth itNew York World Miss Myrtle Fugato identified Joe Cushionberry as tho Negro who at tempted to criminally assault her A large crowd gathered at the Madison villa jail and the Negro was taken to Henderson for safekeeping Low Shoes it LOW Prices i 31 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 size i TT7E PerkinsCrab Orchard Distributing Depot forrPittsburgh Perfect Fences All Galvanized Steel Wires for field tarm and hog fencing The only electrically welded fence Every rod guaranteed perfect The DURABLE fence none PO strong All large wires Highest EFFIENCY LOW 2ST COST No wraps to hold Moisture and cause Rust Absolutely STOCK PROOF We ran HAVE YOU MONEY on CALL AND SKI IT FencingIL G COOCH t5 SON Waynoburg Try our Cotton Seed Lard Hemp Knives on Hand IwStanford KentuckyN I 1u u d YOUR WANTSrIND- rugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash prices bysxsW B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD i PKUSOXAL supervision given to ull Prescriptions compounded STANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARYF- irst term begins MONDAY SEIP 3 1906 Our faculty ia strong equipment firatcltus surroundings comfortable college work done ou college principles work accepted by the best institutions in the State rated very reasonable Dont send oil to school whenjjyou have as good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky 4 The Interior Journal E C WALTON I HARVEY HELM cniullilnto to renro 1xentthetEighthyo nl n lIlonnl District lion n t nboCt01ben0Uonof the tlnnt O Ullbort ocrntlo IIIl1r181t JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES U a candidate to repre of Mercer county dtilr1Ct ofOonJrfPslODal tent Kentucky Eighth lion G In Congress to the action of the Dem G Gilbert enbjectto uct ttc party 1 y M F NORTH Jlncolnf for nprtnlnthof lltJlllolII4 enuntysulect10tIw oratlc patty liON JESSE M ALVERSON of this r office Is considering the advisability of matting the race for Railroad Comm t sioner in this district and will Very probably yield to the solicitations of I his friends and otter for the place Ho is well equipped to fill the office with credit alike to himself and the demo- cratt l party He has served two terms from Lincoln andi as Representative each time was a conspicuous member in the House Should he decide to run he will enter the race with a good fol 1lowing A CHICAGO bank which was the depository for poor people has just failed A little singfor n million dollars I ularly this was the amount that disc peared along with the president and cashier At the same time Mob law is wrong t all times but justice could turn her head and let the worst happen to these scoundrels The worst for them would be the best for others WILLIAM DUGGINS of Louisville who has been married six months attempt ed suicide Monday night because his wife chided him when he was late in getting home from a days outing t By the time Duggins has been married f six years he will not mind these things and by the time he has been married 1C t years he will not even hear them when uttered MORGANS men are preparing to hold a reunion at Parks lull and talk over again the stirring scenes of a war that was fought between brothers sot many years ago In a few years there will be no more Morgans men but the memory of their daring leader and his equally daring men will last long t after all have made their final surren i der TilE Frankfort Journal asks these pertinent questions which we hope Mr Hays will answer If Hays should win of which there is not the slightest probability on what platform would he run How could he face his Republi can opponent What excuse could he give to the voters to vote for him as against a Republican WILLIAM FENNOR of Hartford t Conn was ridiculing his wife Monday because she covered her face and hid t her eyes from a vivid electrical display during a storm and was struck and killed by a bolt of lightning The moral of this is that you must only ridicule your wife in fair weatherIf at all Philadelphia IT is not pleasant to be ice man Indictments have been returned against 15 ice dealers in the Quaker City for conspiracy POLITICAL Auditor Hager candidate for governor spoke to a large crowd at New Cast L tie Monday Representative Bowers of Mississippi predicts the of a democratic House to the 60th Congress The Murray Ledger says that John K Hendricks of Paducah will an t nounce for attorney general next week Hereafter the Kentucky press will only make big men out of little candi dates at so much perFrankfort Jour nalSenator James B McCreary has ac cepted the appointment as a member of the William Jennings Bryan Reception CommitteeBen Hardin of Harrodsburg spoke at Richmond Monday in the in terest of John W Hughes candidacy for Congress Iowa democrats in convention at Wa terloo nominated a full ticket headed by Claude R Porter for governor and indorsed W J Bryan for president in 1908 Friends of Judge S W Hager say that ho will soon challenge Hon N B Hays to a series of joint debates during their canvass for the democratic nomi nation for governor Ask Hager or any of the machine if he or the machine did not have a bill introduced at the last session of the tf Legislature which if it had become a law would have placed the entirelegal business of the State under the control of the auditor and governor saygl Hays in his Bedford speech No such bill was introduced and Hays knew it when he said so but it may be said t that if such a bill had become a law it would have resulted in the States le gal business being in charge of a law unfortunately is not the yer which case nOWFrankfort Journal 1 L The TrlCounty Teachers Institute The teachers of Garrard Boyle apd Lincoln counties convened at 830 Tuesday morning nndjprocceded to regular business vlz1Mnriod in giving tho teachers an object lesson in phonics and beginning reading Her tact and power to hold the atten tion of the little folks for such long pe nods of time was very striking as well as an unquestioned proof of its possi bilityMrs Alcott was followed by Dr Roark of Lexington on the Opera tion of the Mind The first division of his subject was Acquisition The points emphasized in this division of his Bubject drove home a very practical lesson to the teacher since ho showed that the teachers were responsible for the material the children acquire in school Said he The child presents a striking resemblance to a young bird that just shuts its eyes opens its mouth and takes whatever is dropped in and proceeds to squirm it down re gardless of its indigestible qualities No child nn stop at acquisition but the digestion anti assimilation must follow lento the responsibility of teach ers for giving indigestible material Dr Roark was followed by a shortI talk fromMr Rawlings urging the at tendance and punctuality of the teachers to each session of the institute TUESDAY AFTERNOON Mrs Alcott gave an extended talk on spellingfirst taking up the old method and emphasizing the time required to make a good speller Said she Is all this time worth while words are mere means of conveying ideas Why not simplify them make the road easier for children let letters phonetically mean something and the English language become the world language This address was closed by urging the teachers to write the spelling board established byJMr Cornegic and get the circulars on shortened spellingI- NTERMISSION Solo by Miss Kate Moore Dr Roark talked on Consciousness or Additions of Psycohology He brought out very strikingly the work- Ing of a double personality WEDNESDAY MORNING Song Devotional exerciees conducted by Rev R B Mahony Mrs Alcott gave a lesson on prima sy reading showing how recitations maylbe varied and a class may compose their own reading lesson and rend it withexpressionINTERMISSION Solo by Mrs E M Ison Dr Roark after commenting on the merits of Mrs Alcotts previous talk took tip the subject of arithmetic and pointed out some of the impracticable things taught and the necessity of a more brief and practical text to be used in common schools By a number of illustrations he compared the cultural value of the various subjects taught in the public school putting arithmetic at the bottom of the list The cultural value of arithmetic however was ably discussed by Mr Rawlings who took issue with Mr Roarkon its cultural value WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON The session was opened by a song America Mrs Alcott then took up the next period in discussing the other islf or subconscious self applying the subject to actual experiences It was made very entertaining as well as in structiveThe session was closed by a very practical talk from Dr Roark on Teachers ReadingT- HURSDAY MORNING The devotional exercises were conducted by Rev Ross Mrs Alcott put her class of little folks through dialogue reading show ing one means of gaining expression Although the reading and geography exercises which she conducted lasted for more than an hour the little ones were perfectly fresh when the exercis es were over After a short intermission a quartette was sung by Mrs Ison Miss Moore and Profs Ireland and Fallis Dr Roark gave a history of the State Normals outlining the courses and the general plan to be followed in the schoolsDr announced his subject for lecture tonight The Spirit of the 20th Century II Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is sold under a positive guarantee to cure constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion If it falls the manufacturers refund your money What more can any one do Pennys Drug Store- MATRIMONIAL W G Broyles aged 21 of Indianap olis and Miss Leona Catron 20 were married yesterday IF you have town property or a farm for sale or rent or want to buy or rent 14tJhe Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Co know it Postmaster R P Saulsbewy of Saulsberf Ky has been arrested hrged wth tampering with the mails Frank Ball who killed Jack Bokn at Middlesboro is said to be surrounded near Rose Hill Va Edward Hozzard was shot and instantly killed by unknown persons near Grecnsburg z For Sale Privately My bouse and 10 acre of land situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Moue ha7 room kitchen and ser rant a room goad cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILKY FARM FOR SALE IlnvliiK 11101 todlllHrUfrifk I delr tUMll my farm of Kiinrru on the Htnnfortl Urn borclmnl miles from Urnli Ur chnnl Knrm Is well Imiirovwl with com lumitlvoly now rpMilt ncnmloutlumxvK All In IraidrzecplNliens lnrttfs wlshliiu lookovorthe plncc CUll tnll on Mr ItvlUon who lives on the farm U J HIITJI Ollhtrl Crock Ky Horses Handled I pnonrl In lircnk and 1m ml If horse l y the month torfitt Mitl fiiitl n Kiinr IttJfIIlttlnlIRIHtiinforcl Ky Residence For Sale Having loontcd icrimintntly In Mt Hter ling Ky oiler for wile lit a iNirgnln my nimble resilience on HnstonvllltHt In Htnn lord Ky For imrtlculiirs write mo M- tHterlingKyorr W M Hrltflit lit the Lincoln Vanity iUonlllllllllk JOHN JtiNKH Desirable Home For Sale I I wish to sell privately my home on Lan twostotfmlllsploiullil rep hr The outboiutMiiiro now unit convenient Tine lot iimtHlno I iicns of land anil luys well dwelling Poll on mo for further Mirtlculnr W K WAUNKIt HtHlifonl Ky FARM FOR SALE 1Yo have for ids u splendid Inrraril plkrlaut4tnln about JM ncrvR 75 to luuicre tlde- hire are nultnble for hemitnml touncco A htIOnThU fiirm lien well and hits a brick rwlldenceon It This Is a nor farm If you wish to e us alxmt It you ran nml us lit the rvMclviKf 01 IIU Jriiiiliitfuln JllllcIIhr- JOII K y N M OIIANI UN OIl iIJ To Kcduco My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of ADgu sell at a discount all FRAMES ETC and give the same guarantee of nit itfactiou as before Office over Me Roberts Drug Store J to 12 A M 180to4rMw Stanford 5120- 0Lexington Kentucky TO Old PohItofflforgod Via Chesapeake tai Ohio Ry Monday July 23d Saturday Aug 11 Ifidaye limit good for stop ovels in the mow tnins PUBLIC SALE A administrator de bunts non wllh the will annexed of leo W lumen I will oil HATUKUAYAUOUWT IMvm at about r1yLon the premises over for wile ut public outcry the following real vs title home place of the late IW JIIIIIL containing alwut M acres of leh tllre I I new brick lousors room and all mcesMiry outbuilding tbu dwulling and unit of the land liulng In the corporate limits of Ornb Orchard- Hrcondlthufrnnodwellinghousi jiml lot In Crab Orchard Ky now occupied by Mrs M V HlKler The terms will be announced on day of ale J It IAXTON Admrtc Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We are prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the business of the citizen of the Ext Knd Nonu but the lieu compan ies represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Have n talk with us Infore pIncingyour In surunco of renewing old policies- 11st your property with us and we soil It for you charging you only a small per cent PUBLIC SALE If not sold privately I will on Wednesday Aug 1506- at TIONlllTYVKMoiier for iale The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property ctorybUlldlnlspace one horse power engine one 60 hon power loner full equlpnient of tan ning machinery with capacity of ibjm cans of fruit or vegetables per day IIO onipty 3pound mills with solderhvm sap This depothekind of manufacturing enterprise or would make n capital place for tobac add11Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAB D HitKLur Mgr A s PRICESu- rgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU Drug Store in the Oweloy Building Waynisburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Driller In nnd Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble lUlneil Letters Hpeclalty Olllce and works Wiiynesburg Ky H D rudgvlt Agt NOTICE 1111UCtwo largo Morerooms for silo nt Orlando Houkcastle county one of them xTu the other xW It two good room allll txu0 tu tuui worth of uem nri nuirchandlke threv town lou containing stout SH acre one gust warehouse Knxltt Woad two tury dwelling r good eottag Iouiret l good grtt mill Llilldlngii nil now IIIIIIIlI mcrchmtdte IIt1ll to laWMayenr Over a mullion feet of good whit oak iKiplar chestnut JUT AUontHiut2ltilii feut of popSa4whlte oak chi tnul and pine lumlxT on Aliout lIvfinlliHtroin rtillroadtwoHiw mills Jut moving Into the above boundary of timer Write rot furl tier partlculHni L A Vnoli Orlando Ky rrrsrsr rtrr stlsrI lr I PRESCRIPTIONS I I THREE THINGSI I are other tine not write n we iJ IntelligenceI tacit understanding that they are to go in always nud ho I knows they WILL go in when I you bring hia order to us ISa BECK rra Drug m S- 1CALLfor Congressional Primary A election Is hereby tolled Ikdunlaylht1stdayofHeptetuwr In all the vuting preeineiIn Irongr slonnl District of Kentucky at tin regular voting place s lietween the uonriul doclock and llok r for the purae uf electing a ilemotTiitlr randldnttt for rep vntatlvv In 1ongres in wild dlntrlit All democrat who iir renldent of wld dUtrlct unit who art legal voters on Nov a lun will Tintt trd to vote In their niHK tire prvrlnrt and are tn tied and retjuett eil to do ro S who desire to have hli hnbe printed on Istllots to L uwrl- wild III primary 11ustdeposit with till Ilialr man of list ommlttie on or lore IS oVIock mldnlxht lidiiyn Iwforp the itnte for holding wild primary tilt sum of 171111tll In imed In difniylng exIn Hs of wad primary election mid at tile mine time of making deHi lt each rnndldule mutt written notice to wild Chairman that hu desires to In a candidate lit Mild eleotlmi and notice to the Chairman shall tie notice to the Committee In all those counties having cities In ieldohthe law requires the 1I1lratloll of voters the ilemiKTiitlc ronunittet of onh counties or the tliiilrinan thereof Is au thorised to rouse the names ot democrat registered nt the last genemlr gl tnitlonti be Into Nuiratu look a Is ritjulrvd by law =6 Muld rlccllon shall Iw re siiects as Is fluInldlop ref ular primary electlous1511 a uniform halls shall lie u In every precinct and the Chairman of tlilKConnnlllee u herd unit illrecte to tanks to h prllnt- eLoundlulddlitrlliuttrltoIlls varloiu chnlr 1111 of time count ronuulttels the hstllI dlrrchrl uurchuseuidsliistrlhutrt5 till Ohlllrllllll1 Ih County tilt neewtr paraphernalia for holding Mild primary election tkntnty otllmlttce ofJje lvini ififc each county steal api olnl the ottlceri In each precinct to hold the hCllolIIII1 they are to I1 from 11 furnished by the canilldates least ten dstyi Ufore said election and to Ie as nearly emuilly dlvldet possible an to J IIIIvlrk nnd Hher the vinous rniidldaten Th- llceriotwddprinuiry election will when tho polls are closed lit mte tocouu till votes cn t for each for said olHce and thO will return to Ililoxeeulhgupdie axed and lie Mhrllllol the election will by the next Monday morning curry and de posit the luxe with the Chairman of the lit the court house III the respective counties Ths otilcers of the election nt precinct will makeit written statement of tile of voten IIIlt for each er on voted for for the mid ottlreand will place wad ntntement In nn envelop and ileiMislt It In the respective Uillol luixes 7 The precinct l shut hole and nil returns are to Iw to the Chairman ut tIe County Committee and If he Is not III the ounty to the liccretuy of tin count UOIII mlttee at the court house In this timi re unr iinlred beIIIW towlti within two diiyn S on next tiny lifter sold returns hnv ben made the County liommltteu hull meet and canvas the return and cert fy the same to the Chairman of the District Uommltteo of tho Congressional Committee shall onWeUlVliiythel tli days of Heptember In till city o Nlcliohisvllle JvKMiiiilne county Kentucky teetiWdcuuwasi time returns declare the rcniilt stud Issue a certlllcute of nomination to the successful candidate I Tho Hecretary of this Committee Is to give hll e lotlcof this election ni Is required by law stud without delay 10 in tho event there Is u surplus remain ing alter defraying tint lXIM nse of said primary It returned to those by whom was 111111 the same proportion m which It w7IN1Id by them i and If there mould a dellclt then tilt candidate Ihllll iisfcessed to supply such dnflclt Vruvlded- owever If no wore than one candidate flhAII have couidlel with the conditions til- thstlrlnanofthu1Itrlctls directed to re the wan thereafter n i practicable lit Nlcholasvllle Ky mid to hclllr the regular nominee of the Deniocriitlc party for sold olllce not to Issue to him n Ntllltu of iioinlnatlon and the primary election herein orderet will not The ordAr on thus ballot In which tin mimes of the candidate who may enter tbl primary shall be printed shall Iw do termlnvd by lot No registration shall bo ml III t01n or Cltlel re no registration ret Ijceii bnd under the general electloi low J NORTON FITOnChnlrmnn MCTOUKB HAUWiKBH Hecretary rPrie8sGbanged r llegiiining today we will rcdiue tIle jitUo on nil strictly bnmnier GoodH Wo can only mention n low things to show you tho goniiinocn of the slate nient LndicB Oxfbrdu Ultra en to 82555 i Ladies Oxfoidf Urook lort2CO to2 Udics OxdnU 82 to 8140 Lndfus1 Oxfoule 8160 It h81 Mans Porto Rican Straw 250 toL50 Mans Yacht Straw 150 to l Musts Intoiit Oxford Wiilkovcr 81 to 88 Muna IMtent Oxfanl Mniigs 81 tolSg Mans Tjln Oxibnl iMmirV WO to ev W Mans 2 Piece Double Breasted Suit 15 to0 Mans 2Piece Double Breasted Suits 1250 to l 850 Mans 2Piece Double Breast ed Suits 10 to 7 These prices are on the cream of the stock All fresh snappy stuff Older styles and less desirable Roods at remarkably low prices H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY vw Summer Comfort and Cleanliness Thr pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined with the grease of perspiration dog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so that the natural oils may do tfcctr work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores all the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles round them out to development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear n thine but the natural glow of hcsltu GENEROUS If you call at our store we will gladly cive you SAMPLE free a generous sample of the cream and a copy FREEof the famous book 4 Trtttiit ra Feria Maiiagt PENNYS DRUG STORESTANFORD KBNTUCK Y rtlrrwstarlt r ors rnOT BISCUITS I I have one etecl range left for wood or coal Four high shelf and warming closet with rcwrvoir A bargain 810 Como quick to Aldridgcu Alive tin work JlIIheating pumps Is H idgeiSTANFORD Tinner and Plumber i i ritsrrr rrra r eltri rwrr 1 Give Your Children an EducationS- UE t BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 yenMi has hind a rapid continual growth Nine Depart ments as follows f Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblicali 1 I The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influencesrIwholesome Write for itI r NEW FALL SKIRTS etse We have just received our first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and Black Panamas BTA FOH KY Atli 10 lUon DRLICIOUS Ice Croam Soda at Iennys Drug Store PERSONALS Gao n ELMS it at home from Cin clnnatl Miss XADA Kurutt of Boyle Is wllh Miss Minnie Uuploy- MUH W II McHoiiriin is vlslUng her deter in Louitvlllc Miss JIMMIB CAHII of Lebanon is- t with Mm Ed Wilkinson bids JEMIB CAnrRvruu loft1uosday to visit hor parent near Wise I MIEN MINNIn UnOWNSTI1IN 8rLouis vllle if with Miss Mollio Goldstein e MRS Houivsox of Birmingham with Mite Uttllio Dawson who id III MR T D RANny is upending n fow days in Scvaranco Sons store at Cor bin Ito 11 KIRIIY HOURNK of New Castro has joined hll wife at Mrs Lou Shanks Miss ETIIEI VKHT of Lancaster la with Mietics Myrtle and Itobcrta 0 Bannon MRS J W BABTIN of nttsburg visiting her mother Mrs M C Napier at Maywood M isata JUUA HinoiNS and Kale Douglas of Richmond are at Grab Or chard Springs MRH ANNA VANAUSIMIK and Mill Anne D McHobcrla are attending lhe Harrodiburg fair Mrt T W JONES and wife of Boor county are with his parents Mr and Mrs C M Jones MM MARY C GIVBNB and Mrs J L Beaxlcy and son went to Drippln Springs yesterday Miss EMMA GAITS of Lebanon Junction is the guest of Mrs It IaA bright of Rowland MRS EDNA HBRROU of LouisvilK spent n week with her parents Mr and Mrs W S Warren Miss LUCIIK COOPBU is spending the week with the family of Mr C A HAiinson in Garrard MRS ERNBST WAHRBN of Middle born came down yesterday to visit HId and Mrs Joseph Uailou- MESSRS J A WKAVKR of Wayne and J A Goner of Puloakl were wllh friends in the Hubble section MRS J II COIUKH and prctt daughter Miss Clara Collier were hero from Crab Orchard Wednesday MR HARRIR WIDTH wife and son of Cumberland county are with his lIar eats Mr and Mrs James I White CIIAS II NORTH of Cincinnati sped several days with his parents lion and Mrs M K North near Huatonvillo- MK FRANK CARR and daughter Miss Ethel Carr of Lexington wet guests of Messrs J S and T A Rice JOHN OWSLEY RIND left this mornlni for Covington to be one of a house party given by Mr Collins Lee of lhat r C E Cox will move back to Stanford from Corbin having rents the J II Hilton property on Danvill Avenue MISSES DKIPIIIA NEWLANO of Cry Orchard and Anna Darst of this place were guests of Miss Sue North near Huitonvillct DR W W BUKGIN and family of Lexington and Mr Levi Elder and family of Richmond are with relative dt Crab Orchard WALLACE SINGLETON son qf Super- Intendent and Mrs Garland Singleton who has been very ill of typhoid fever now has appendicitis MR H 1 CARPENTER representing r the Sue Bennett Memorial College at London was here this week In the interest of that Institution liON HARVEY HELM tho next Con grcasmnn from this district is attend t ing this Hnrrodaburg fair today Mr R M Nowland accompanied him thither TiNSLEY SiOONAMORE of Stanford was among the visitors to this city last week Ho used to drive a coachand four Into Somerset daily from Stanford and was familiar with the primitive town Ills astonishment at the growth I of the place within tho last five years is genuine Somerset Journal MR W MASON MORRIS cashier of the Crab Orchard Banking Co will ina few weeks and give up his position move to Muskogee I T where he estate and Insurance will engage in real l Mr Morris has made many friends during his sojourn in the East I End who will reluctantly give him and his excellent family up Miss BESSIE HILL continues very Miss GEORGIA LEWIS was at Dcrell this week MR AND MRS JOHN II JACKSON of London are hero looking for a farm MISSES SALLIE AND JESSIB COOKE Lucy Mnttlo nnd Katherine Alcon Lou locker Melllo Hopper W S Drye and James C Held of the W- End are camping out for a week on Dix River near Danville the guests or Mr Harry B Hocker They are chap oronod by Mrs W D Hocker LOCALS LAUGH selection of souvenir spoo at Muellers HBMP reapers for sale Get our prl cos J L Beazlcy Co THE Lyceum Comedy Co continues h draw crowds and give good shows Hip Van Winkle is tho bill tonight To the patrons of District Tho school at Hubble will begin Monda Aug 13th A P Sloan chmn TUG tax books are ready Call In pnd get your receipt Remember lhe penalty goes on Nov T JIUII she lIT Mu J W LONG has our thanks for some of the finest tomatoes we oyer saw They arc not only very largo bUl luscious ELD Jos BALLOU will speak at the court house next Monday alIISubject Congeniality of Politics and Morality a Til ma will be aSunday School picnic at the Neals Creek church on Satunlaj Aug 13 Everybody is cordially invil cd writes W W Farmer TUG fairbeginsWednesda next and continues until Friday If you want to have a good time on a small outlay of money you had better go up I CARRY best tine of jewelry cut glass silver etc in Kentucky Ilze of town considered and my motto Is high class goods at low prices al W H Muellers SMITH Mrs Thomas Smith died al Rowland Tuesday and was buried near hales Welt Wednesday She fell and broke her hip in February and had not left her bed since OUR thanks arc due President G T Ramsey and Secretary Isaac Walker of the Wayne county fair for a complimentary to their exhibition at Mon ticcllo Sept 11 to 14 MR C C Goocii of the firm of L G Gooch Son Wuyncsburg was here Wednesday and left a good order for stationery and the advertisement of the splendid wire fence which appears on our first page Tilt Estat Exchange Title Co is the only censed real estate firm doing business In Lincoln county Write to that cum pany if you want to buy a home or farm or sell one THOMAS UEUaeagog707G died al icholasvillo and was buried there Wednesday Ho had been blind all of his ife Mr Dcboe was a relative of Mr Thomas D Newland of this place who was named for him BANK STOCK1 will sell at public uction on Monday Aug 13th county ourt slay five shares of stock in the rational Bank of Hustonvillo Sale will take place in front of the court house at 1 oclock p M W II Harris executor Mrs M B McAlister TilE postofllcc at Rowland was entered from a back window Tuesday tight nnd mail was scattered helter keltcr but as far as learned only 20c is missing Mr John B Higgins store was also broken Into and a lot of cigars candy and a watch stolen The cigars and candy were found Wednesday morning between the store and the depot MESSRS B JDURIIAM Charles Faulkner Archo Frye Walter Simpson Martin Jones William Zimmerman Malcolm Holiday E M Rue T II Wright John Durham Whceland Van Pelt Arthur Heatkman John Coleman harp Shaw John Carter George Jhrisman and Mr Williams of Dan vl1o were hero Tuesday night to see Stanford Lodge No 108 I 0 0 F tlo some fine work YOUR SUfiriER NEEDS Your Summer needs can be supplied at our store We are keeping the merchandise people want Remember all Summer Goods are going at Reduced Prices THE latest in bracelets all the go at Muellers GOOD family homo for sale Any body cnn drive him Will sell chenp W G Cowan Hustonville Ky JOHN TRAYLOR w apply the LinI coin county court Monday fur distiller license to sell whisky at his dlstillory near Gilberts Creek LOST in Beazleys livery stable pocket book containing money spec tncles receipts etc Reward for return to Mrs N J Morton Preacher vllle A FREIGHT engine ran into the ca1 loose of another freight nepr Cetlar Creek Tuosday night and did considc able damage It caused a delay of fourI hours Nobody was hurt CEO ALFRED WOOLFORD was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Hester yes tcrday charged with stealing a dllstol from Marada Eason also colored His trial has been set by Judge Warren for Saturday A DISPATCH to the Louisville Pnst from Tayloreville says that in the dt bate there between Hon Harvey Hal and Judge John W Hughes Monday the former had a large majority of the voters for him A gentleman who hear the speaking says that Mr Helms effort was h splendid one MR W S WARREN familiar known as Uncle Billy celebrate his 62nd birthday a few days ago by having a number of his friends with him at a fine dinner given him by hls wife Those present were Messrs T M Pennington W H Higgins Ed Garman John Wrenn and family Moses Berry and family Mrs Bettio liar ris of New Albany and a number of relatives Messrs H C Farris and J L Beazlcy were invited but could not be present They sent Mr Warren a handsome rocking chair of which he 18 very proud The old gentleman is In excellent health and gives promise of many more years acre Ho was married when 18 to Miss Elizabeth Adams who died Later ho married Mrs Eva line Wren who although 74 years old is able to do her housework and prepare big birthday dinners May they both live to be centenarians JOHN F EDMISTON son D n Ed miston Chief Deputy Internal Reve- nUe Collector who is employed in lhe Treasury Departmeut as director of the Government ice and cold storag plant at Manila P L returned to Louisville yesterday after an absenc of three years and eight months say tho Courier Journal Mr Edmistoi received his appointment in November 1002 and loft for the Philippines shortly afterward During his absence he has been in frequent communication with his parents and has written them some interesting accounts of his travels in the East Mr Edmiston IS now on leave of absence having left Manila June 27 On his journey homo 10 visited the principal cities of the Hawaiian Islands and Japan and China taking the sea trip from Hong Kong China to San Francisco on a Government transport Mr Edmiston has not yet decided as to the length of time he will remain in Louisville before his reo turn to Manila BIT His NOSE OFvJohn Baugh bit David C Allens nose olT fn a fight at IcKinney Tuesday afternoon Mr Allen was also bitten about tho head and neck by his infuriated assailant The wounded man left at once for Lou iville and placed himself under the treatment of Dr Cheatham The doctors hero doubt that the nose can be ucccssfully put back in place however we have not heard what Dr Cheat ham thinks of the chances Even in the event it grows back Mr Allen will bo greatly disfigured The trouble said to have been caused by Baugh be coming dissatisfied with the amount Mr Allen paid him for driving some tock he had bought near McKinney laugh claiming that ho had to hire a man to help him As Mr Allen had contracted with him to do the work for a certain amount ho very naturally de cliped to pay him more This angered Mr Baugh who knocked Mr Allen down and bit him as above stated Inugh was arrested and held over in 250 bond to his trial at Mckinney Saturday As it Is a penitentiary offense to bite off a persons nose Mr Baugh seems to have placed himself in about as bad a position as ho did Mr Allen M Mr nL II AM prepared to fill orders for pop lar and oak shingles Write for price E W Creighton Kingsville Ky A DARK bay mule about 10 years oldl was stolen from Mr W L McCarty stable a few nights ago and he has been unable to get any trace of the animal since FAIRLY good crowds are nttendln tho Lincoln County Colored Fair and the shoftr of stock is firstrate Good order has prevailed so far and the enterprise promises to be a success financially as well as otherwise TUB Seventh Day Adventists begun a camp meeting at Waynesburg last night to continue 10 days Preaching every afternoon at 3 oclock and 730 at night ty Elders Sanford Washburn and Williams Good singing and Instrumental music Everybody cordially in vitcd to attend writes E L Sanford THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co is preparing issue a handsomebooklet giving a full description of Lincoln County and Its resources It will also contain the tie scription of 100 or more farms and homes the company has to offer the public It will be a catalogue of 30 or 40 pages and will be well filled with useful information If you have prop erty for sale see Messrs James I White or L R Hughes and let then take an option on It and advertise same in the bookletA- CCOMPANIED BASTO nounvILLE BY SOLUIERsJesse Fitzgerald and An nie Henson the Negroes who hay been here for safekeeping were taken to Barbourville yesterday afternoon accompanied by Deputy Sheriff George F Tinsley and the Frankfort Military Co Capt C W Longmire in Command An Immense crowd was at the depot to catch a glimpse of the prisoners as wel as to see the soldiers It took two cars to carry the soldier boys their gattlinf gun and paraphernalia and the coaches were attached to passenger train No 23 which was an hour late As will be remembered Fitzgerald killed and rob bed Mrs Robert Broughton and afte almost severing her head carried thi body two miles on his shoulder and hid il in a crevice on a creek He confessed to the horrible crime The Henson woman is believed to have planned the murder and robbery She was a servant in Mrs Broughtons home am was the sweetheart of Fitzgerald The Negro held up pretty well until just before he left when he begged those about him at the jail to give him a razor that he might destroy himself Deputy Sheriff Tinsley of Knox county told us that nothing short of a death sentence will satisfy the people of his county and if Fitzgerald is given that ho thinks there will be no effort at mob violence FOR SALE OR RENT My home In Crab Orclmrcl Ixiontcil ln wean r rlgs uud the Drub Orchard Uniilnl Chad light hours of eight roonu Lot con till III nivtii unl und hiss good young ruhiird on It Will iilo loll mytuek ol rocerles and confection I C IAYNKOrnb Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE of HvalKitatoaiuUVr Konnl Property OoinnivncliiRnt 10 oclock wo will olTor V mW J Wtslty Kubnnkn furiu nerve Thu IlIrlll Is lo attd mile earth of litwtfurd ml mill Koutli of Jltililili on the county red that IntvnvctH the HtimforU and lnn lllit plkuuiul the hush llrniiuh pike Tho fllrlll li for hemp tohnico corn IIlId wliiiit mid him 4 acre of uncultivated LtHMlliiiul iootl orchard of great lIrl of fruit nod garden ual 3 tory dwelling with roonu n ttoon cUttrn ut the nod- never fulling on tho fnrtu Burn ml nccwMiry outlnillillUKs The house II ultunUd In n sugar grove of about 40 utuir rti mid Uoneoi the healthiest places In tht county unit In an excellent neighbor hood Tint ltJfMonnllrulrl as follows Two iiiiren I good buggy mnr and lath ood Iuhllfll Throe guar milk Cows wltb younit alvvHvxtni IIIW lot of chickens a largo oiiion geese ihomi wnxon l buggy and hliralt1 buck Umnl double A burrow der1 hay rake now turning plow liter presii Bost digger and other furintnii touls and Implement IIIUIIH Middle lads middle 7 feather UnlH S drlMors I Nw iluuit Hwllll Mbichn- huiitingstoveacnnulottotrt eltalrr a huttulII chllirs Iwttom parlor chairs with rocker to match rockers 3 carpet lInh good mattlni t kitchen ruble InliiK tnhllIIIIlIlhlMlhllr NIIIIII front hook caw rustle chair carpet loom and 3 pinning Wheels iuid many other thing too lumeroun to pennon or half of thu rowing crop will sold with or etpcrate roin tho turn- TEItMH OK 14fAII Illrmlll property mounting to and under cash In aliovu iiayablo in W days with good lOlvi 13 down on thu farm luiliinco In nll1 2 year at a per Wilt inturett wltb lien ewiliuHl on farm until paid MILFORD KUIJANKH lEO A KU ANKH lilt W O KUIJANKH Admre AMERICAN LADY CORSETS J I 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 I Kenntucky orwiloouWKINK8IIAYAUl r pV04NKi i c- i i rt s i i iHIii iDonte n are eyIi I Collars bavc- theLlncnstampwhlch ilars Protects you i uNS Lellthem 2 for ti- v i i ii H j i I C MMINSMCLARY i STANFORD KY i- 1tiN11 b MNt 9 Mti 7rni 11 It 1I11 ++ + t U I U 1 +111111 t NEW LOT L ilWe have just received a new lot of Beauty Pins Waist Sets Hat Pins Hair Pins Barrettes Barrette SetsI Side and Back Combs And Belt Buckles See our assort ment before it is picked over 1111 + + LMHUEYcoDry 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t tItttllIII t8IIItlIII 1 The Interior Journal Etttrcdintht PoilOffice at Stanford at eMcla matttr TTmUSHHO TUESDAYS AND TTHIDAYB AT 1100 PER YEAR CASH r pF When not so paid MOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney FBoraiKTOK Livery Feed and Solo Stable r Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates i NEW LIVERY STABLE BTJaSB 4 CLARXSONl- rcnJDNCTION CITY KM atesnrEpeclal INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlnllHtDrm kite and Accident the IiT1tOORST and EESTCompnttkl ltepsentC1 LowestJos Ublelwitis uui Ct U rdjUnequnlltxl Tolls with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Realdtmtfe Vhono No 83 When In Danvlllx step with B G FOX Uverv Hee t null Mule Stable lule fnncy wtddle and ImrniM hONes on hnud for yulo at nil times Will tic Hi thu nmrfcot season for lun yrarttnit narks mule colts and horse cults B G FoxDanvilleKy BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carters livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANTOHD KY- beclal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Hone on commission Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to fell prlvntely my tarn of 170 oores5 miles Went of Lancaster on the Lex- Ington pike it Is well Itnprovwl and ha of water and timber Well fenced repnlrAlso of 100 npres lying midway lietween I incH ter and tngton pike Good outlet ouch wiiy Well Joiif l TrlllllrIl on bl TIliKHKINu Marksbury Ky Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You e Why buy rendYlIIado clOUllng wheat Ito little dllWrenw in me price of high irade suits and a suit made to mrasiiruiiient taken by nn experlanced lour I have n handsome line HprliiK and Summer goods I can make from u low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also rercouts trousers and fnucy veet The company t represent Is one of the et11 u RUPLEV the Tailor JaJl Tray lor DIALCH ID Whlskn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Sty a05 to Dept STANFORD KY Pomptend polite attention Nothlne Llb btt Hirink Mill phone cr tlegrapb ordtrs rscslvs M Bplsttiatlon e teaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac i J STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone ItT Home Phone 33 JeL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They willjexcbango Furniture for- ti all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Gall Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Hams Horn the great race horse is deadDenny Bros Bonnie Lee won a good race at Latonia Tuesday Lutes Co bought of R H Cooper 21150pound hors at Die- D F Rankin bought of Adam Pence two mules and a mare for 380 FOR SALEThree good Southdown bucks W A Coffey McKinney The Danville fair will make 16 per cent Secretary H C Bright thinks- E P Woods bought of Hoffman Bruce 450 225 to 250ponnd hogs at Gc James W Williams bought of W M Carter a suckling horse colt by Galton for 75 G C and J C Hamilton of Mont gomery sold to S S 194 460pound cattle at 5c- Reuben Gentry formerly of Boyle is now manager of the Overton Hall Farm near Nashville At the Danville fair H P Hawkins won the blue on the best herd any age one bull and three cows or heifers At Lexington the price offered for now timothy hay declined last week and 11 was the best price offered for hay- 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 4t The barn with its contents belonging to Malcolm Weistgcr on the Lexington pike was destroyed by fire Loss about S700 Danville News Squire J A Hollers a good citizen of Pulaski bought the Abel Bryant farm near Crab Orchard for 1032 At Mr Bryants sale hogs sold at lOc per pound Hubble Eubanks sold their fine threeyear old mare that they bought of Mr Sidney Dunbar for 500 to Matt Cohen of Lexington for the fancy price of SOO- The output of chewing and smoking tobacco during 19031906 amounted to 354915499 pounds an increase over the same period in 190405 of 20422 722 pounds or 6 per cent W A Tribbles Kate Maloy and suckling colt wore the blue tie at the Harrodsburg fair Tuesday W P Grimes Jr got a red tie on his fine suckling colt the same day Edenwold the magnificent stock farm near Nashville owned by W 0 Par mer widely known on the Southern and Eastern turf circuits was sold to a heal advocate for 50000 nnd will be cat up into town lots Edenwold is the home of The Commoner and other not ed racers George Pulliam the wellknown Shee by City farmer owns a gobbler of which he is profoundly proul He had hatched out over a hundred small tur keys and the hen was stolen leaving only the largo gobbler behind Tho gobbler was equal to the occasion how ever and has taken full charge of the flock of small ones He hunts things for them to eat in the field and guards them with his protecting wings He is so parental that he wont go to sleep at night if a single one gets lost Dan ville Herald Summer Diarrhoea In Children During the hot weather of tho sum mer months the first unnatural looseness of a chlfda bowels should have immediate attention so us 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 n doso of castor oil to cleanse the system llov M O Stockland Pastor of the first M K Church Little Falls Dunn writes We 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 Theodore Stcnsland vicepresident of tho defunct Milwaukeeavenue Bank of Chicago has announced that he will tarn over tothe receiver the entire es tate of his father PaulO Stensland Should this bo done it is believed the depositors will receive almost dollar for dollar Ten Years in Bed For 10 years I wall onllned to my bed vlth disease of my kidneys writes H A Gray J P of Oakville Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of the tinlo1 consult ed the very best medical skill avail able but could get no chef until Foloys Kidney Cure was recommend ed to me It has been a Godsend to me It Pennys Drugstore An indictment charging the Standard Oil Company with receiving rebates in the form of nonpayment of storage charges to certain railroad companies grandjuryHay Fever and Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience groat benefit by taking Foloys Honey and Tar as It stops ditllcult breath Ing immediately and hetls the in Named air passages and oven if It should fall to cure you It will glvq instant roJipfvrhuBenulneis tina yellow package Pennys Drug Store I Here and There Joseph A Cohen formerly of this county but now of Versailles is dan gerously ill in a Louisville hospital The Philadelphia grand jury found true bills of indictment against 14 mem bers of the Philadelphia Ice Exchange- J M Speyer a circus performer has been sentenced to hang at Kansas City Sept 21 for the murder of his son A Daniels of Bear Wallow Madison county a prominent farmer shot and instantly killed 0 H Hopper a horseman of Richmond- A jury at Union City Tenn award ed Miss Lola Walker 21000 damages against Col Dick Edwarjls for alleged breach of promise John Robinsons circus lost a number of baboons and monkeys by them being suffocated in Big Bend tunnel near Ronceverte W Va WorldThe End of The of troubles that robbed K H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of all usefulness came when bo began taking Electric Hitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused mo great suffer ing which I would never have survived had I not taken Electrlo Bitters They also cured mo of General Debll ity to8ulO cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 60c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Feudal warfare was brewing in Beat tyville between the Hargls and anti Hargis factions but was stopped by the officers says a dispatc- hUnnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and prompt roller mU3t be obtained There is no necessity of Incurring the 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 foil even in tho most severe and dangerous cases and no family should be without It For sale by Stanford Drug Co William Ester of wnsv0le Wis killed his sevenyearold daughter by striking her with a jug Galvostons Sea Wall makes Ufa now assafe in that city as on tho higher uplands E W Good loo who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety Ho writes I have usod Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tlon the past live years and it keeps mo well and sate Before that time I had a cough which for yours had been growing worse Now its gone II Cures ohronlc Coughs La Qrippo Croup Whooping Cough and provenfs Pneumonia Pleasant to take liv ery bottle guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno HrosCrab Orchard Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1900 as far as reported i Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Aug 153 days Lawrcncoburg Aug 21t days Springfield Aug 151 days London Aug 284 days Nicholoaville Aug 283 days Shclbyvillo Aug 234 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 4t days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 11 Idays PARKERS HAIR BALSAM drum ual lute IVxnotM Imiutut nnth Krrtr Jll to Bxtora or Detr ta tu Color ill1 tu4 POSTED strictlyturbidpla on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Retchenbch Bens VooOrneolluFredSimpson George Holmes Miss Mettle II hews Relcbonbacb Chine Oummlni Jos A 0 Dunn 9 Holmes DaughertyatPeter W J Nevlo Oarte Mrs U Ilaydrn A Root J R lime F Shomsker Thomas Perth Oreen FerrllU P J Oonn John n Oaojenlicb SaUl Trowbrldge teter Balmer Charles Eusslln Prank Cordlor John Meier Samuel Llndser Jacob Oacder Mrs Alice Ly tie David Stephens MarY Hoffmann L P Nunnelley J W nulthman Unrlstenit Qrayson J 0 Carpenter Jacob Jrmwrln Sam Dameron Mr M1 Anhlock Fred Hniulorf Mr Young Stonofort UL Cured by Zmo Aft Six YssrsTormnt add llumllUttoa ZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ litYOUNGS LETTER brauUHct a i 1djl e Alfred Ballon Tarter Welch I Ewing r I E W ROSE MEDICINE Co St Louis Mo STONWORT ILL April 3 1905 picturobeldoctored this case of Acne pimples fur six years and spent several hundred dollars with physicians and The morn salves and creams I used the EightboUles JskinGUARANTIED AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received it CAR LOAD of the above stoves and am now ready to furnish you one at a reasonable figure Xj GEORGE FARRIS Stanford Kentucky I REDUCED PRICES MCUH 8500 Suits Reduced to 8400 AlcnV 80no Suits Reduced to 500 I MCIIH 8750 Suits Reduced toOOO f item 8850 Suits Reduced to 700 McnV glOO Suits Reduced to 7 BO liens 81000 Stilts Reduced to 800 r Mens 81200 Stilts RcduccM to 1000r Mens eiSfiO Suit Heduccd to 1100 Meua 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200 r 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 Shoes Huts and Cop Ladies mid Gents Furnishings Ktc tho store lint saves you 1II1I0INext Doorto Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Aiirlrulturnl iul Mttlmnlenl iHtntc otige of Kentucky otTir the piyInlnnnitrtlhlwLrlasIreloerlinnllaletigi0wrhnwblrlixtrndsvrtour ywtreoutlendtommftterdvtrw Knrirounooftudy lurfiiiiliwl underaeelrate faculty TIlt general faculty numl r irof or nod Inolrtur theyremnlnmalernMllltnryllnitliintf from HIP Mvcrnl rourMx of ntutly rrmlllv nml xi fltiit IKIIIIIIIX nmt Illxral supplyThelottlt with tint nrrciMiry nuntlr ofiluietnuts lint elnrge of fiioli ilfpnrtiiiunt nf Inlrur1I01iinThe Mtnlo liege of Kentucky the only lildltutlon In the riiiiiiiiiiuwntllli iloliw In workthe for youna woinnn pnivlilo fnrllltltu fur Kxr Umrtl end lolKinij It li well niii i with nil malern convenience Including letth nmnunna n room for yIrsl ptiltur It U honlnl Ity utram 1IIIIIIIrhhly vl otrlolty modernInnoursDilly of nt nil romimrnliti In HIOM offcnnl liy tins HUit INilltK1 of Kruturky rreatalduringyearlargelyHcliiml lath lndli ti hint iiniTHiir priKHTlly urpnlnx tint of nil previous years hat ole ncU fur the Normal Iwimrtmrnt of tin HlntclNill gc Kor outnlomio niiitioil of olilniiilnit 1I111lnlnt InforniHlloii rvvnrtllnt oour of uttHlynml Irrnwof mtniluion apply to t JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL Dr or to Il Kniy llti inri nnt l xlnilun Ky Yati Trlll IglnIwptrnller IS Itret the Cincoln bounty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J H Ow LaY Stanford ii BIUMKIS dlanford U W OARTEH TurnnrivlIU W H CUUMIM Ireachrrsrllln L 0 QIMIVII Wajneiburir W II ATUH Qllot rts Creek It L llimiuit Lancaster W O WALKIII Stanford J II IosTEii Stanford W MIIAMI Stanford J n IAXTOX Stanford We coii RndJlltnkUtvnt with nfe tHinUnii ModTii Mltrl lkudt lUiio In our vault for uw of our Customers First National BankOf Stanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the DoHSlt Bank of Stanford In 1891 then reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In 188J and again reorganized as the Flnt Natldal Baik of Stanford In tees havlfig bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 It A butter supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than nilbefore in Its longand houorabl career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cqr poratlon Solicited r Officers i I IIOOKER Presl T HAKHIS V Pre J J McllOIlEUTS bbr W II WKAnENA o lit Directors 9 Reid DauTtllt T Harris Stanford J 8 locker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnneyi M n timor Stanford lUozhman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H lianrbman Stanford J M Iettus Stanford 0 B Tate Stanford Try One of Our New Perfection Oil Stovesa F t e LOWEST PRICES I George DP Hopper Stanforu KyM r Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewritinga- nd all the Commercial Branchw taught iu the Commercial Department of tho SUE BKXNK1T MEMORIAL SCHOOL Students now holding good positions UitomaH granted to those who finish the course Save ouelialf the cost of getting u business education September is the hl8t lima to begin Writo L i for particulars i jCtEWlSor E H LYLE London Kyr I r