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THE INTERIOR JOURNALI I VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 14 1908 NO 43 IOTTENHEIM Roy Hudglnj preached at Iino Grove Sunday George Marahbanks of Gurrard has been visiting relatives in this section Charles Enslm has completed his cot tract of sawing the Russell county tract of timber Ernest Morgan has bought a tract land of 118 acres from John Turnbull for 555 and he Is preparing to build on t ItS J Bollard who Is a very economi cal man has invented a plan to utilizo old oyster cans in the form of spur pieces for shoe The dog law anti rattle snakes to gether seem to say that dogs must goad there havu recently been two died from bites of the venomous reptiles in this section Mrs Lulu Shaw continues very low with but a slight chance for recovery Mrs Lucinda James who has been quito sick la very much improved Abel Bryant and family have moved to Oklahoma Here and There Mr and Mrs Nicholas Longworthar rived at Now York from Europe on the steamer St Paul At Edmonton J A McCamllea was shot and instantly killed by his brother inlaw Huford Iurs ly Thirteen persons were mado ill by ptomaine poisoning at an old settlers reunion at Oskaloosa Kan For tho first tlmo In her history Ior ela Is to have a National Assembly The new Grand Vizier Is believed to be responsible for tho decision of the Government in the matter Chinese labor will be given a stop en the canal Proposals from labor agents for 2GOO Chinese laborers will be asked in n tow days Other help Available Is not equal to the demand With the prospect of securing eleven cent articles for 10 cents women rush ed madly over one another in a Mem phis store brcakingflarge platfglasa windows Tho fire and police patrols were called to restore order IN MEMORIAM WHBREA8 it has pleased tho Supreme Architect of the Universe to call from labor on earth to refreshment In that celestial lodge above our friend and brother Samuel Held who full asleep July 17 IWXJ and whereas ho bore his blushing honors rich upon him having been a conscientious Master Mason for 68 years therefore be it Moved lit That Hustonvllle Lodge No 1st has lost a true and faithful brother and his family a loving and Indulgent hus band and father 2nd That the members of this lodge extend to tho family of our deceased brother ourfincerc condolence and our inccrent sympathy and commend them to Him Who doeth all things well 3rd That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family one to the IN TKKIOH JOURNAL at Stanford Ky one to the Masonic Homo Journal for pub lication and that a page of tho min utes beset apart for these resolutions IWCom J C DARK It Stomach Troubles and ConstU patlon e No one can real nnbly hope for good digestion when the bowels are constipated Mr Cites Baldwin of Kilwardsvlllo 111 says I NiilTerwl from fhronlc constipation and torn mh troubloa for several rears but thanks to ChumlKirlaln Stomach and Liver Tablets am almost wired Why not got package of those tub lets nod get well ami Stay vflllV Priio ir cents Sumjilesj frea For sale by Stanford Drug Cut t CHURCH MATTERS Elder Wm Lowen closed u two weeks meeting nt the New Liberty church Anderson county There weru large crowds good interest and 36 additions Thirtythree converts were baptized In the pout on Jack Dunns fnnn near Uryuntsvillo in less than 30 minutes In other words about two were baptized each minute- Cov Luke P Blackburn whoso reputation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best npor lent known to the medical profession nnd will euro more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores at TreasuryIt was announced Department In Washington that the purchase of silver for subsidiary coin age would bo resumed The purchases will be made on each Wednesday be ginning on the 15th Inst About 100 000 ounces of silver will be required a week IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W C West has been appointed post master at Million Madison county Miss Maud Pollard daughter of Policemen Pollard who was killed at Lan caster by Dill Humber is dead George Daniels who killed Calvin Hopper at Bear Wallow Madison county was acquitted at his cxamlnin trialHenry Alcorn aged 11 a wcllknowi culprit about town was caught trying to enter the cash drawer In J M liar mans grocery Advocate An attempt to break through tho lines around the jail ut Barbourvill was made Saturday night and tho pick eta fired on the intruders but hit no oneThree men asleep on thu railroad nenr Barbourvllle wero struck by a freight William Helton was instantly killed Two brothers named Sevicr were dangerously hurt Onl will probably die Frank James a prominent cltlzcnof Harroddburg mode the highest bid for tho telephone franchise He is backs by local capitalists and gave a bond of 2000 that he would carry out tho agreement of the permit Judge Tilford will vacate tho Whip hotel next week and remove to bla property recently bought of S G Elliott James Warix died of typhoid fever at Phil a H Kldd sold Ed Hay of Bradfordsvillc a pair of mules for fSOO W II McCluro has ought tho E J Godbey farm near Yosemite 05110Casey News James Spalding a well lo do farmer drovb to tho jail in Danville Saturday and asked to bo locked up to prevent his yielding to a desire to burn barns In admitted firing a largo stock barn which was destroyed near Danville several nights ago Tho man talks rationally and does not seem to bo insane Ho was held for an examining trial A W Stewart of near Wildie last week closed a deal with some West Virginia parties for his large boundary of land and timber on Clear Creek Mr Stewart had something over 1200 acre and It Is estimated that there Is be tween six and seven million feet of No timber on It Price paid 32000 It- Is very probable that Mr Stewart will buy a farm in tho bluegrass section ML Vernon Signal Monday while the courthouse yard was crowded with men waiting for the telephone franchise to bo sold a woman approached Judge Cardwell who was talking to the Herald man and said Judge how long before you will bo ut your office Some time re plied his honor but what do you want To pay you some money answered the woman Pay it right here said the Judge Its in my stocking said tho woman Well go right behind the court house nnd get it out said the Judge She went be hind the Temple of Justice and in three minutes returned and handed him a 1C William Hurrodsburg Herald Galvostons Son Wall makes lift now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands K W Good loo who iosldos on Diiltou St In Wnoo Tex ntrtls no sea wall for safety Ho writes I have uud Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump lion the past live yours nail it keep mo well and safe JMoro bat Uino I had a cough which for yoars had beet growing worse Now itiJonoCimis ahroulo Coughs Iu Grippe Croup Whooping Cough uniTpruvont Inoumonlu Pleasant tQ tnkq Hv ury lJoltloJltnrnntc d at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn HrsCrab Or chard James T Mcncfco sends us the foi lowing from Alton A man may use the molo on the bad of his neck for a collar button he may ride a freight to save three cents per mile he may light the lamp with a splinter to save matches he may stop his watch at night to save the wear use a period for a semicolon to save ink pasture his grandmothers grave to savo hay but a man of this kind is a scholar and a gentleman compared to a nan who will take a newspaper and when asked to pay for it put it back in the postoftlce marked refused A Mystery Solved How to keep olT periodic attacks of blHouHULH and habitual uoustipa lion was a mystery that Dr Kings Now Llfo Pills solved for mo writes Jphn N Heusunt of Magnolia Ind Tho only pills that are guaranteed to glvp perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only Uixj ut Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Tho Delaware Lacknwanna and Western railroad will at an early date dispense with the services of all teleg raphers on Its system and will con trol the movement of trams with tho automatic block signal system and the telephone NEWS NOTES The Standard Oil Company has made a reduction in the price ofall grades or refined oil E E Lee a veteran journalist and highly respected citizen of Owen county Is dead Ray Patton aged 15 years of Columbus id was killed by being run over by a train in Washington City A man was shot and Instantly killed by his 10 year old son at Bowerton Miss Tho man had whipped the Inds brother and struck his mother Joseph House an L j N fireman of Lebanon Junction who lost a foot In a railroad accident some time ago compromised with the railroad company lor 3000 The War Department at Washingtoi has forwarded the sum of 17500 with which to pay the Kentucky troops for the time they spend at the camp of in struction Tho extraordinary task of papering her room with canceled postage stamp has been started by Miss Sadie Chan bers of Anderson Ind It will take 186912 according to her estimate Tho State Bank Examiner has finish ed his inspection of the affairs of thi Milwaukeeavenue State Bank of Chicago and intimates that tho shortage ii between 800000 awl 1000000 During the trials of the alleged murderers of J B Marcum at Beattyville James HargU interrupted the testimony of Moses Fcltner by sneering laughter and had to bo warned by the Court to desist Between 40 and 50 passengers were Injured none fatally but several se riously when the northbound train of the FortWorth and Denver City Rail road was wrecked a few miles south ol Fruitland Texas George Hall was convicted at Char lotte of conspiracy in connection with the lynching nt Salisbury N C of tho three Negro murderers of the Lyerly family and was sentenced to 16 years in the State prison Henry W Hering cashier of tho defunct Milwaukeeavenue State Bank of Chicago was taken to jail in default of bonds of 63000 In which ho was held by Judge Kersten to answer to the several charges against him Five men have been arrested at Salis bury N C on the charge of partici gating in the recent lynching They were taken before Judge Long and one of them George Hall arraigned on tho charge of murder He pleaded not guilty Oil developments in Kentncky will bo somewhat retarded by the drop in prices of the crude oiland a wildcat strike is said to be badly needed to bolster the market Operations arc more active In Kentucky than else whereCapt Richmond Pearson Hobson expresses tie opinion that It would bo easy for Japan to capture the Philippines in tho event of a war with tho United States and says tho defenses of the islands have been too long neg lected Second Grand Vice President Val Fitzpatrick has ordered the switch mens strike at New Haven Conn to end at once declaring that it was il legal and unwarranted The brotherhood will aid the New York New Haven and Hartford in filling vacancies In Self Defense Major Hamm editor and manager of tho Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when ho was Hoixtly attacked four yours ago by Plies bought a box of Huckluns Arnlou Salvo of which ho says It cured mo in 10 days and no trouble since Quickest hosier of turns Sores Cuts and Wounds cat Pennys Drug Store Stanford quo Bros Crab Orchard CORNS CORED Corn Exit will post lively remove corns in four days The treatment Is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to eaoh and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only Costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky EVERYTHING is quiet here says a Barbourvillo dispatch and danger of mob violence against Annie Reason and Jesso Fitzgerald is considered about over for tho present A jury could not be gotten from this county and officers loft for Whitley county Seventyfive men will be summoned from that county for jury service It- thought a jury will be gotten with little trouble and when the trial is started a quick verdict is expected Warning- 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 u u HUSTONVILLE Another bountiful corn crop in our vicinity is ossurred and it is being of fered at 2 per barrel without takers up to this time Mrs Mary J Huffman aged 82 and Mrs Catherine Blain aged 90 are seriously ill and hope for their recovery has been abandoned Nothing would attract a larger crowd from the West End to Danville than tho proposed joint debatebetween tbo gubernatorialcandidates Hager and HaysRichard Bohon and sister Mrs Jones and son of Steubenville arc guests of Dr T J Bohon and family Jno Goof and wife of Covington lire with bis parents here John Sallee Smith overseer with 42 hands is doing some good work on th county road from Mt Salem to the Richards farm There are others that ought to take duo notice and govern themselves accordingly especially the party In charge of tho road down Sims branch from the Middleburg pike Homer Baughman lawyer and liter atcur of Danville will deliver hla charming lecture at Alcorns Open House Friday 21th His subject is Popular Topics and those who have had the pleasure of hearing him spcah of it in most flattering terms lt is due the gentleman as well as the commun- Ity that he have a full house Preparation services will be conduct ed at the Presbyterian church Wednes day Thursday and Friday nights of this week and Dr E M Green will conduct a communion service at 11 oclock next Sunday morning Evening service nt 745 Sermon by Rev Lander Subject Voices from Lifes Deserts Miss Louise Simmons of Newport is the guest of Mr J K Helm Miss Bettie Lyon is visiting friends in Stanford Mr and Mrs Thomas B Gnllie of Tamjia Fla are with her father Mr John Steele Carpenter Misses Zctta May and Mattie Horton of Cov ington are guests of their sister Mrs McKee Riffe George P Crow and wife of Danville spent Sunday and Monday with Judge J Boyle Stone at Liberty Mrs Jennie Wheat of Mt Salem and sonVertrees attended the Casey County Teachers Institute at iddlesburg Mrs Wheat was for sev oral years one of the most popular teachers of Casey Capt R C Blain who was born in Stanford May 15 1842 died on the 8th at his home near Willtamstown He lived here from childhood until Aug 6 1861 when he enlisted in Co F 1st Ky Cavalry and was soon made first lieutenant and at the battle of Perry ville his captain was killed and he was at once promoted to the captaincy which place ho held during the war Ho participated in numerous hard fought battles and was always con spicuous for his courage Ho was an elder in the Presbyterian church nnd a Royal Arch Mason in good standing by which order the funeral rites were con ducted in a very impressive manner He was a man of exemplary habits strong character and loved by all who knew him Chas T Bohon Jr of Lebanon is visiting relatives and friends in this vi cinity Mrs C Rud McCormack and son are visiting Mrs J C Coulter at Middleburg Misses Louise and Frank Kauffman of Lancaster are guests of Mrs Alice Lusk Mrs V B Morse is visiting relatives in Quincy Ky Mrs D M Lipps is visiting her daughter Mrs Wm Nave at Harrodsburg Mrs Rodman Keenon of Frankfort is with relatives here this week Miss Gertrude Bell will leave Sept 1 to visit her sister Mrs Fred Carson at Hood River Oro Little Miss Lettie Walker McKinney of Stanford Is with Miss Ada Alcorn Leslie McMurtry of Dan ville is the guese of his relative Jas C Reid Miss Kathleen MqKinnoy is out after an illness of four weeks Make Hay While the Sun Shines There is u lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer Ho knows that the bright sunshine may last but a day and ho prepares for tho showers which arc so liable to follow So It small be with ovary household Dysentery diarrhoea and cholora morbus may attack some member of tho homo without warning Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Heinudy which is the lost known medicine for these diseases should always bo kept at hand as Immediate treatment is necessaryt and delay may prove fatal For salo by Stanford Drug Co Mrs William Satterfield of Sharps burg got her husbands gun to shoot a mad dog She let the gun slip and In stead of shooting the dog she shot two toes ofT her rightfoot Why do you cry so my poor child II Cause mostly folks give me a nickel to stop Boo pool Low Shoes at low Prices 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 W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky II 44PittsburhtiLpfencet 1 All Galvanized Steel Wires for field Innn and hog fencing The electrically welded fence Everyrod guaranteed perfect The onlyIfence none PO strongl1I largo wires Highest EFFIENCY EST COST No wraps to huh Moisture and cuilse Rust Absolutely STOCK PROOF 1ALI4L G CC Q Try our Cotton Seed Lard Hemp Knives on Hand tamer W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky YOUR WANTSN Ida Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash prices by Lw B McRoberts DRUGGIST ISTANFORD 1 1PIIt80NAJSTANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARY First term begun MONDAY SEr 3 1906 Our faculty nTUbjequipment fintvliu4 surroundings comfortable college work done ou college principles work accepted by the host institutions in the State rates reasonable Dont sand oil to school when you leave as good or betterIadvantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky J aThe Interior Journal E C WALTON tIHARVEY HELM of Lincoln county candidate to repre rent the KlEhtu IongivMlimHl District U Kentucky Ullbcrt tulJuettpthrncuortitdeno- creth Hejit JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES- of Mercer county fs candidate to repre tent the Eighth Congressional district Kentucky In Congress to lion i O Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem oeratlc party M F NORTH- Ii a candidate for lUpresentntlvoof Mncot county subject to the action DUIHL oratlo PArty l FOLLOWING tho aloption by the Democratic State Executive Committee t of a rule providing for the appointment of election officers to serve at the Stat primary by the county chairman stead nf by the State Committee Lewis McQuown chairman of tho subcommittee appointed to arrange tho de I tails of the primary resigned and declares ho will have nothing whatever to do with tho primary He says th rules are in violation of the party law 1and the primary would bo illegal K wo are not badly mistaken election off- icersI were appointed by county commit tees at the last State primary If it was legal then why would it not be legal now THE people of Texas have unanimously renominated Senator Bailey for an- otherr term in the United States Senate and this action will be endorsed by his election by the Democrats when the Legislature meets It is a great tri- umpht for Senator Bailey who had enemies within and without his State r and his election will be welcomed by Democrats everywhere as they regard him as a champion to expose and denounce Republican abuses and corrup tion NEW CASTLE has just organized a 1commercial club Stanford Crab Or 1chard Hustonville each had a commercial club early in the year but they died before a good many of our people knew such things were in existence We hope New Castles enterprise will i bo of longer life 1MIss IDA VERA SIMONTON of Pitta according to reports will shortly J sail for Africa to study the monkey lan- guagef Miss Ida would do better by t staying at home marrying some good- man r and to a few years be in a posI- tion to know something of baby lan I guage POLITICAL The Georgia Senate has passed an antibucketshop bill which prohibits all buying and selling of futures The Democratic State convention Texas will meet today to settle the contest for the gubernatorial nomina i lion t A bill just introduced in the Georgia t Senate is designed to put the African imitators out of the business in short onler Hon Richard Rose member of Legislature from Whitley county 1resigned He will likely be elected po lice judge of Jellico Nearly every county in the Ninth dis trict instructed for James B Bennett for the Republican nomination for Con gress and he probably will be nominated acclamationGov has announued that he will formally open his senatorial campaign with a speech in Lexingtou on Wednesday next Subsequently he will announce other appointments Hon Claude M Desha former member of the State Legislature and a candidate for Congress in the Ninth dis tact died suddenly at his home in Cyn thiana ITheHearst papers irf Chicago have savage war upon the demo cratic county and judicial ticket This action is considered to mean that a third ticket will be placed in the field in Cook John K Hendrick of Paducah has announced his candidacy for the oftface of attorney general He made no further statement than that he will run and declared he was the candidate of no faction Knox county will be deluged with orators during tho coming week and meetings in the interest of Edwards and White rival candidates for the Repubt lican nomination for Congress Eleventh district will be held daily Tho South Carolina Republicans in State conventton elected a Negro chairman This is as it should be The Negroes comprise the bulk of tho members as well as tho bulk of the in telligence of the South Carolina Re publican partyFrankfort Journal Mr Bryans itinerary upon reaching the United States will be as follows New York August 30 New Haven and Bridgeport Conn August 31 Jersey City N J September 1 Chicago September 4 Lincoln Neb September 6 I St Louis September 11 Louisville September 12 and Cincinnati Septem kben13 stopping at Kansas City on his 1way homelThe in the Fitzgerald case at- Barbourvillei was completed yesterday and the la now in t at 1 progress L Additional Local Fon SALE Four thoroughbred shorthorn bulls John W Holmes Crab Orchard Tim picnic at Neals Creek will bo held next Saturday 18th Go and enI fjoy yourself IFOUNOBird dogpointer Call nt this office prove property pay for this notice and get the canine sunLin tho Rowland section Sunday Tim thoughttohae been stolen from W L McCartys farm was fours on Mrs John Goochs place near Gi shen Miss IDA MOOKU was awarded th gold watch offered by the Lyceum Com edy Co to the most popular lady in Stanford teI AM prepared to fill orders for pop lar and oak shingles Write for prices E W Creighton Kingsville Ky IT was reported here yesterday after noon that Judge John W Hughes hai withdraws from the pace for Congress 8TilE tax books are ready Call In and get your receipt Remember the penalty goes on Nov T J shcr iflu Lost in Beazleys livery stable pocket book containing money spec tacles receipts etc Reward for re turn to Mrs N J Horton Preachers vine IN the county co yesterday a pro bibition election was called for Sept 12 and John and W H Traylor were each granted distillers license to sell whisky This is the extent of the work done IPECULIARConyMrs P P Nun nelley gave us a peculiar car of con the other day In place of one big ear there were 20 small ones with sill hanging from them nearly two fee long It is a monstrosity in tho con line certain WANTEDGentleman or lady vyjtl good reference to travel by rail o r with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and ex penses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Stanford Ky CAPTURED Frank Ball who recent ly escaped jail at Richmond was cap tured Jate Thursday afternoon in Vir ginia by Sheriff Rice Johnson and posse of Middlesboro after a battle which raged for one hour After John Lee one of Balls men had been killed Ball surrendered He was taken to jail at Louisville for safekeeping Sheriff Johnson and deputies passed through Stanford on Friday mornings train with their prisoner IflION HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county was here this morning on his way to the Harrodaburg fair and paid this office an appreciated call He said when asked in regard to his race fork the Democratic nomination for Con gress in this district that ho had splen did assurances from his friends allover the district that he would carry eight 8and probably nine out of the ten coun in the district He said that while he made some allowances for the en thusiasm of his friends he felt very certain of winning the race Danville News WE inadvertently omitted mention of the death of Mrs R Lee Terhune at Bradfordsville some two weeks ago Deceased was Miss Mary Adams a daughter of Mrs L B Adams of Hus tonville and was u most excellent Christian lady She had been married only a few years and a youug husband and two little girls the younger only a few weeks old are left to feel keenly the loss of a loving and devoted wife and mother The funeral was preached- in the Presbyterian church at Brad fordsville after which the remains were laid to rest by the side of those of the husbands father in the Danville cemetery A POPULAR ENDENTNo said one of the faculty ofI tricounty institute which met here last week that J W Rawlings has been superintendent in Boyle county for 16 years He spoke concerning his ex cellent ability in educational work and efficiency jn presiding over the Institute He is indeed a thinker and snows how to present his thoughts in he most forceful way as a public speaker He can address the institute at its dullest periods and interest its mem bers Supt Rawlings is held in high esteem by his teachers and all who know him Doubtless he is one of the most popular superintendents in the State The End of The World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe Bear Grove la of all usefulness came when ho began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused mo great suffer Lag which I would never have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Debil ity Sure cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 60c uarauteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyrio BrosYf Crab Or chard For Sale Privately My houo and IO acres of land lust outside of town limit on the IltuatedI pike House hat rooms kitchen vnnts room good cellar stable and IIUI necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the onoor stock J P BAILEY FOR SALE OR RENT My honor In nib nrrlmnl Joented l t ween Hprlnit nnd tin Cn1b Orchard Griidei Kvhool lost house of eluht room Iut yutnitKrocerlen nml ronfootlonn- l I1AYN E Crnb Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE Hnvlim moved todlltivrUPnvk ilesln toKjIlmy farm of Mil acre on till HtMitcm k drub Urchard pike 2 miles front rabjruhard Kami U well Improved with cum utmtlvolypewresldencwnndomthouseAIn lookovir the plnce can cull on Mr Ito id on who fivesIntIii farm 1 J HM ITU illlTU Oreek Ky Horses Handled I am prepitred In brwik sad handle horse ClillrIKU M 1liik Cottage Htoek Far Htanfonl K- yResidence For Sale I Ilnvtnu loomed permanently In Mt MIIt ling Ky I oiler for lit n l lrplnlll de ChanlonLKterllng Kor nf W II Hrlght nt th Lincoln County National InkJolts I JONKK Desirable Home For Sale I with to sell prlvntilr my home on Ijin nutttr Avenue The riwildvncc U n two tor frumo luilldliiK of pvt n nxinu nod U Ii plendlil ropulr Theoutholaearenewuln roiivcnliiit Th lot runtnlna lY nrn s of Laud nod liiyn well furiinothvrdwulllnKon me for further iHirtlcnlnrn- K WA ItS lit Htmtroni Ky FARM FOR SALE We linvo for situ n iplendld Inrriin county fiirm It lien on the 1s xlnKtoii ilknlHJiit 1K iiillon from Ijincn tfr nnd con talnmiliout aTmcres rbtoluneres of tillfiirmiirviiultnhlp for hemp nnd tolmcro A pun of thin hemp and tolmhro land hni yearsTtdIdunvoon It Thin Is n rim furm If you wish to see in nNmt It yon can II nil us nt the rvulilenee of 110 Jennings In UtncnMer KyJOIN M OltAND MN OltANIl PUBLIC SALE I Anndmlnlitmtor de IwnU non with titwill onnxld of Oeo W Jntnei I will un HATDIt PAY AUOUHT VIIA1II lit about 1 V t on the premUe otter for sale at public outcry the following real iitnte First the home plucu of the lair II W James contninlUK about W acres of lond on WIICh there Is n new brick house of rooms and nil necessary outlmlldlnK thu dwelling and moll oftbelund being In the corporate limit of lrnu Orchnrd Hvcond the frnmo dwelling home and lot on tin ynlt side of Mnln Itt In Urnb Orchnrd Ky now occupied by Mr M V terms will be announced on day of Kit J II 1AXTox AdmrAo To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLESI I will during the month of August sell at a discount all FRAMES ETC mill give the saute guarantee of sat isfaction aa before Ollico over Mc Roberts Drug Store 0 to 12 si 130 to 4 r M W N Craig Stanford Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We lire prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the business of the citizen of the End None but the bet compan ies represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking CoI rive a talk with us before placing your In luranco of renewing old policies List your property with us and we sell It for you churning you onlj n small per cent HENR- YATTERSONSW PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United State have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things falrln all things clew In all blqgs It U essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIECOUBNAL one year and this paper for the price named bars Bend your subscription for the oom ilnatlonto itsset to the CourierJournal A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Owsloy Building Waynisburg Marble and Gran Ito Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In and Manufacturer of GraniteMonuments Marble lialMcl letter a Hnoclnltv Otllce mid works Wuynenhurit Ky IL it 1adgett Agt NOTICE I I have two largo storeroom fur nle at Orlando Iliiekriutle county one of thvlilM tle other yixfti with two 1111 klik room nod KUin to UDiiO worth ol general merehandUis three town mti containing liUmt acres one wnrehoiiie lUUiln cottageIoiiAnniliil sale general inerchanillftc IAii sttonyenr Over u million feet u good white onkIHIIllIr chestnut lier Also IIlIoul Z1I fCt of opl11bwilte nuk oheituut nnd pine lumlier on A l oullhPllllhl from rnllroiultwOHiw mill Just nioTlni into the nl0ve boundary of tlmlHT Write fur further uirtloulnr J A Wtxilt Orlando Ky I PRESCRIPTIONS I THREETHINGSI I other are tiou not write a vo ill IntelligencoI tacit utiileretaiulinjj that they nro to in alwaysand he I knows the WILL go in when I you bring his onlcr to p- lsStanford I Dru jSt- 1CRLL tassour V R BECK for Congressional Primary I A lfocUon Is barely va11e1 for Saturdny thelntdnyof Hcptenilwr oil the toting iii the Mb Iortgra- atonalDletrletof KlItllckJot the reRUlnr voting Platt Utween Use lioun of doVloek X nod oclmk r for the pumas of electing ndemocrnllccnmlldate for repn Mntutlve In foiiRnts In said dutrlct- i All demoornti who lire renlilentu of wild district and who nr kgnl votrm on Nor Iinn will lie nermlttwltovotelnthelrreipw tlvu preclnru tllld lire lilvltel nnd request- el to do S Knr cnndldiitawhodeidrciitolmvt his nnule prillted all the Isllluts to l e user Ill uilil primary IIIUL tIPOIIt with the rhnlr of onnnl tee on or liefon orlocklIIhllllChtlld y before the date for liolillutf primary the tutu of Sit1loI- H used In defrnyliiK tie 1111 a of hold ng onld prlmnry election old nl the ninir time t enoli cnndldiito mutt tintlitunit notice to the tthnlrnmii to the Committee I In nil thus niiintlet having clues In which till Inw re Ulre the reulttrntlon of voter the demmnitlo roiiiimltevL of such counltrsor the Mntlrman thereon U uu thorliol to riiiue the inline of democrntii registered nt the Init Renenil retl triUloilto IK Into eeparnte look us In rviulrvd by luw- n Mild election shall be held In Mil rr ptehlIll law g elections uIfurnlIalular prlmnry and n shall lie In every preclnrti nnd the Miulrmiinof IbUtommlttee Ia hereliy nil tborltetl nnd dlrectwl to muse to lie printed bound end dlnlrlbuted to the vnrloiu chiilr Ilun of tin county COIt111dllees the Istlote to- purefluseandtlsirlhulcluthehulnnun of the Uounty pnrnphcnmlln for lioldlnK Mild prlmnry Ict Oil 8 Tho IH mocriitlc County CoiiunlUiv of each couilt shall the olllrer III encb precinct to hold the election aid they lire to lie from lUti furnlnhed hy the conIUdntes lit lend tern day before Mild election and to lie nearly equally divided IOlhlo III to Judges Mher Ih among the turbo iandldatex The onerl of wild primary election will when the polls ure closed ntonc to couut the votes cast for each per on for mild otllce und utter counting the voW thOr will re turn to the loionKiilInK up e nod tilt Nhrrltrof the election precincts will by the next Monday mornliiK carry nnd de posit lilt boxes the Uhalrmnii of the ounnlltee lit the court liousu in- therepctlvucomddes The ollloer of the slfctlon nt t will mnkfii written Uitvment of the number of votes cast for each person voted for for tin wild oltlccnnd will place said statement In un envelope and deposit It In the reap mire ballot Jon The precinct ballot hoses and old return lire to 1st made to the Uhalrmnii of the County Committee nnd If he U not In the county to this Hecretnry of the County Uont III It te lit the court house In the time re ii ul red by w9t1 within two Boys lifter Mid electio- n8Andonnestdayaneraiddreturns hOI been made the County w nhall meet nnd canyons the returns nnd certify thusnmii to tie Chairman of thin lUilrlet Committee of the Eighth Congressional which District Committee shall on 1Yednesttu7that fifth lay of Heptember heal A In tie city 0 Nlchouwllle Jenwimlne county Kentucky meet nnd canvam the returns declare tho result and hub II certlllrlll 0 nontluntlun to the successful candldatt1- I The of this Coinmltteo Is directed to 11etlUhllollotlceufthllllcctioll in U required by law In the event there In n surplus remain ing utter defraying the expenses of sold primary It udul returned to those by whom was hi In lit the nude prop ortlun In which It uvuhl by them and If there should lie n delicti the candidates shall Iw BMVsstd to supply Mich deficit Provided however If no more than ono candidate dell have compllwl with the conditions herein by Irma then the of thulllstrlctis directed to re convune theUpmmlttfO mi soon thereafter ICy and to it elnrn such candidate tine regular nominee of the Democratic punt for sold office and- o Issue to him u certificate of nomination and the prlnutry election herein will not lie Tho order on tho ballot In which the names of the candidates who IIIl1lellter this primary shall be printed termined by lot 11 No registration shall bo required In towns or cities no registration has been had under tho general election vet J NORTON FITOirOhnlrinmiI- KTCIIKH HACKOKit Hceretnry Prices Ghanged 1 Beginning today wo will reduce the price on all strictly Hummer GuotbV Wo can only mention n fbw things to show you the gonuiiiobs of the tatn mciit Lndics Oxfords Ultnf 8l to 25fj Liullw1 Oxfoid Brook pert 82CO to 82 Ladies Oxllrds S2 to 8140 Lndics Oxfords sum to 1 t Mans Porto Rican Straw 250 to J50j Mans Yacht Straw 150 to J i7 Mans Intont Oxford Walkover 81 to 8b Maui Patent OxfNd Alnnw 81 toes Mans Tim Oxford Aluna 5180 to 85160 Mans 2Piccel Double Breasted Suit 15 to 10 Mans 2Piecc Double Breasted Suits 1250 toro ML 850 Mans 2Piece Double Breasted i Suits 10 to 7 0 These prices arE on the cream of the stock All fresh snappy stuff Older styles and less desirable goods at remarkably low prices H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Summer Comfort and CleanlinessT- he pores of the skIn are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined Keepthemwork of softening the skinIPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM a waythrouKhand e wrinklesimmediatelyol health youSAMPLE t FREEof the famous book 4 Trttttie se FatUl Managi PENNYS DRUG STORESTANFORD KENTUCKY I r HOT BISCUITS l tl f I I I have one etcel range left for wood or coal Four high shelf and warming closet with reservoir A bargain I 810 Conic quick to Aldridgcs Also tin work mpIheating pumps r Is H idgeiSTANFORD dinner nnd Plumber i I r j r Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 years 1lashada rapid continual growth Nino Depart mciitH aa follows 4 Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music BusinessIIndustrial Physical Culture and Biblical r Tho cost is mall instruction thorough location healthful influence wholeuome Write for Catalogue jtw J c LEWiS PRINCIPAL LONDON KYf y NEW FALL SKIRTS f We have just received our first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and Black Panamas BTAHFOHD KY Av 14 1900 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda nt Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss BKKTAJ BAN PENNY U at Crab Orchard Springs Miss VinuiNlA BOURNK Is vWtinj frlcmU at Glasgow Cot MOSFU who has been very rapidly improving MB J M MCCARTY went up to Cor bin Friday on buslnoM Miss ELSIB KAMBBY of MonUcello is with Mrs John H Shanks MIss MARY PBNNINQTON Is visIUnR Mr t Frank Leo at Mlddlwboro Mrs JAS I WIIITK nnd lion Hobart are with relatives at Ml Vernon AIT D II GOYBN spent several days with his family in Lexington MillS MARY GAIINBTT of Cave City t lit with her sister Mrs J S Rica Mils M K PKAltCE of Eubanks la the guest of Mrs M P Lawrence MRS HENRY IIDLDER IAN is visiting her husbands parents in Springfield Miss IRENU ROMANS of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Uttlo Carson Mil AND MRS Ei Sinoun of Lexington are with Mr and Mrs W T Smith MIss HELEN MILUS of Lancaster has been tho guest of Alls Myrtle 0 Hnnnon MRS URIOIIT HBURINO of Garrard has been the guest of Mrs W H 0 Unnnon Miss MATTie JAnvi of Barbourville has returned homo after u visit to Mrs J 1 Jarvis BORN to tho vrjfe of John 0 Pop ples of tho Prcuchcrsvillo section a 12i ound girl Miss CARIUB FRITH who has been with tho Misses OBannon returned to Hrodhcad Friday MR AND MRS It L SALTKRof Von ville will go to Atlantic City this week for a protracted stay a MRS JOHN ELLIS went to Cincinnati yesterday to spend a few days with heron Mr George B Ellis Miss M KAY SALLEK of Harrodi burg will arrive tomorrow to visit Mrs S bL Owens at McKinney JUDGE M C SAUFLEY left Sunda for Salycrsvllle to hold a special tern of the Mngoflln circuit court MISSES PBACHIB AND ELIZABETH BAUGIIMAN are guests of Miss Mabel McWhorter at Crab Orchard MR 11 R BRIGHT writes us to change his paper from Lexington to MU Starling to which place ho has moved r MRS W M CAHILL of Oakland Cal who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Gooch has return ctf home of Nash MISSES NOLA KEASIINO ville and Gillie Hurst of Louis Hie Mrs Hayden Shanks at arc guests of t BLAIR of Now leaven and Miss Florence Culton of Parks vllle are with Miss Hattie Farmer nt Rowland MR W B WRIGHT and wife of Hustonvllle are visiting Uio formers sister Mrs William VandlvlerHnr I rodsburg Herald MRS GEO C KELLER the clever 10 blue and cal artist was awarded two two red ties in the drawing display nt the Danville fairNews MR P H SLAUGHTER late of Wash ington City but now of Richmond Ya paid this office a call Saturday He is an old friend of the former editor of this paper I a II D AND J M PHILLIPS are doing Interior of Mr eomo tine work on the Emmett McCormacks handsomo home T nt Hustonville They ore experts in the finishing line MRS G REYNOLDS of Middlesboro from Richmond was hero Friday en route where she has been attending the bedside of her son Joseph Hilton who Is ill with typhoid fever I MR G FRANK VAUGhAN who fa touring the world across the waters la v now enjoying a time In St Petersburg Russia Our readers will enjoy somo interesting letters from him through the Herald shortlyAshland Va herald M R ELKIN flf this city State Com Olander of the Maccabees with Mrs s Elkin started on a trip Saturday to automobile from Port Nova Scotia by I Huron Michigan where ho has been for the last two weeks He sojourning to be much improved and expects to return home within ten days Lexington Lender 40 t JOHN NEVIUS of Winchester is here POSTMASTER J C FLORENCE hall malarial fever Miss MARY D KBNNBDY is here from Knoxville with friends Miss Avon McCLAHY is with Miss Eunice Earp at Winchester MR AND MRS H C FAIIRIS are nt the King Hotel Crab Orchard MR E A WHITE of Wit more is with Ills brothers in this county MR S C LACKEY of Hurrodsburg sent yesterday with his sisters here MRS W E DAWES and family of Somerset are with Mrs C W Lovell LINCOLN WELLS Caseys clever sheriff attended court here yesterday Cot D W TRIUIILB of Richmond la with hU sister Mrs P P Nunncllcy JUDGE W E VARNON of Asheville N C was here on business yesterday LITTLE Miss JEAN PAXTON is visiting her uncle Mr T J Robinson nt Hut tonvillo MRS J RANDOLPH HARRIS of Tur norsvillc is greatly improved after her severe illness DR W N Ciuir has opened an olllco in the Owsloy building over Me Roberts Drug Store MR WALTER MARTIN who is doing well in the livery business at Paris attended court here yesterday MR A C DUNN who has had a so vero tussle with fever is ablo to sit up his friends will be glad to learn REV G W THOMPSON nnd son Mr T W Thompson of Bourn Garrard county attended court here yesterday MR S R WAILS who is doing well at his new home nt Hominy 0 T Is hero mingling with his many friends Mrs J H McAusTER arrived yes terday from Way Miss to attend the bedside of her father Mr T J For ter MR R H GIVENS wifeand children of Mobile arrived yesterday to visit his father Mr G M GIvens in the West End TUB Daughters of the Confederacy will have a called meeting at the homo of Mrs J S Owsley Jr at 3 oclock Thursday afternoon MRS H G COOK rind children of Knoxvllle who have been with Mr and Mrs A B McKinney in the West End returned home yesterday Mr Cook came up for them Mn T J NORTH son of lion M F North of tho West End who moved to Bnylcr county Texas some five months ago was recently elected coun ty attorney by a majority of 100 LOCALS FOR field seed neo T D Newland For flower pots with saucers go to Farris MR THOMAS J FOSTER was painfully hurt Saturday afternoon by a teem of mules ho was holding running away Ho was thrown from the wagon anda hind wheel passed over his breast TUB ladies aid society of the Chris tian church will meet in the lecture room of tho Christian church next Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Instead of at Mrs J B Fosters as previously announced JOHN C PEPPLBS has bought Mulfin era butcher shop in Lancaster Mr Popples is one of the East Ends sub stantial farmers and best citizen andI his many friends hope he will do well in his new enterprise OUR Rockcastlo friends should not fall to see the splendid performances the Lyceum Comedy Co is giving at Hrodhcad each evening this week ItI well worth tho time and money The company Is a firstclass ono W R DENT ASI sold yesterday through tho Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co to C G Hurt of tho Moreland section hisI homo on the Hustonvillo pike two miles from town at 200 per acre MrI Dcnham will move to Lawton O T where ho bought a couple of farms but his sons will continue his coal business here I DESIRE sell once at private sale a fouryearold mare a fiveyear old horse a pony curry phaeton road wagon farming implements lot of household and kitchen furniture in cluding two handsome bed room nets a piano lot of carpets bought this year and last lot stair carpets and mattings 500 chickens geese ducks and various other things Will also sell tile house recently bought of Mack Bruce and 33 acres of land adjoining Will sell cheap on easy terms W R Denham Stan Your Summer needs can be supplied at our store We are keeping the merchandise people want Remember all Summer Goods are going at Reduced SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY rrdKyS YOUR SUfiriER NEEDS PricesI IIIElr reapers for sale Get our pri ces L Beazley Co GOOD family horse for sale Anybody can drive him Will sell heap W G Cowan Hustonville Ky MR GEORGE B bought of MrsI Emma Calm so her home on Avenuofor f3800 There are 28 acrea in the lat- MARK HARDIN sold to Miss Dora Straub his residence on Main Street now occupied by Miss Alice Bcazley for 2000 FOR onthe street a few nights ugosArch Anderson a TUrnersI villo Negro caught a 27 fine in JudgeI Tribblen court THE trustees of the Stanford Graded School have elected Prof S D Kesner of Abingdon Va teacher of the IIIghI School departmentIBETTER make yoarrangements to attend the Brodhead fair this week Go up tomorrow and youll have sue n good time you will remain to see the exhibition close tutus M Moss Sir aged 80 died at his home in Garrard county laat week lie is survived by his wife andI several grown children among are Dr Moss Williamsburg B F Moss Middlesboro and Circuit Judge M J Most of PincvilleMr Most frequently took the train here for the mountains where he went to look after his coal and timber landsIMn GEO W WELSH came up fromI Danville yesterday to receive the memorialshaft erected to Col W G Welch He pronounced it superior to his fathers monument of which it was intended to be a duplicate Altogether it is a most excellent and perfectly sat isfactory piece of work Mr John E Wright the wellknown monument man of Danville built the monument AT a call meeting thefriends of temperance in Stanford yesterday after noon it was moved and carried that a committeeman from each district in the county be appointed withchairman in or near Stanford G W Mills was elected secretary of tho meeting W H Shanks was elected chairman Rep resentatives of precincts were elected as follows Stanford No1 J A Al Zen 2 Capt B F Powell 3 S H Baughman 4 N W Fowle Huston vllle No 1 Josh Myers 2 E S Pow ell 3 W II Murphy Crab Orchard No Francis Edmiston 2 J C Mc Whorter Waynesburg No1 W R Singleton 2 J A Singleton 3 D R Adams Tho above committee is to meet at 2 oclock Wednesday evening next at mil McRobcrts office in Stanford Every member of the committee is urged to be present DRIPPING SensesThis popular summer resort is enjoying the best patronage it has had in years under the splendid management of Mr and Mrs Spears Fisher well known here At present there are some 40 guests and the number would be doubled or trebled if there was room Sunday between 75 and 100 took dinner there and many of them would have spent more time drinking the healthgiving waters had Mine Host Fisher been able to accom modate thorn The fare is ns good as the most fastidious could wish Vege tables of every kind cooked jut like mother used to cook them chickens in abundance old ham tender beef otc and the best biscuits you ever tasted Who could want more 7 There Is a jolly crowd there now andwith belles outnumbering beaux a few orI the latter would do well to write to Manager Fisher for accommodations Saturday night the young folks had a i good time generally and wound up tho evenings festivities with a Dutch lunch which was greatly enjoyed The menu was as follows Welsh Rarebit Sar dines Chipped Beef Deviled Hgm Salmon Cheese Rye Bread Beaten Bis cuits Olives Mixed Pickels Sandwich es Peaches Bananas Watermelons Coffee and Dripping Springs water Hon J Mort Rothwell was master ofI ceremonies and while there were noI speeches his funny stories well told ensued much merriment Among the guests from Stanford at Dripping Springs are Dr J B Owsley and wife Mrs Annie Engleman and Misses Sue Taylor and Nannie Woods Engleman Mrs Mary C Givens J L Beazley wife and son Mrs J E Bruce J S Baughman wife and daughter Miss Adele Feland t t W P WALKER Co of Crab orIchard will open a saloon at MR JOHN H JACKSON of London has bought of Mr James H Swopo his- Hanging Fork farm of 203 acres at SO Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex change Title Co cpnsummnted theI deal LamIweeks only Thanking the public its liberal patronage in the past Frank Cordier BLAINCapt R 0Blain ono of the most popular men in Grant county died at his home Saturday Ho was born in Stanford in 1812 and was a man of strong character and sterling worth Ho was an elder in the Presby terian church Capt Blain was a son Senator Robert Blain and a brother Postmaster John A Blain of Hus tonville His many friends in Knoxville will be sincerely gratified to know that H G Cook a Knoxville young man and son of the wellknown jeweler Dr H J Cook was honored by being elected one of the vice presidents of the Na tional Convention of Retail Jewelers which met last week at Rochester N Y There was an attendance of 1500 delegates representing 36 States of the union The honor conferred is a merited ono and Knoxville generally delightedly claims a share in it Knoxville Sentinel Mr Cook married Miss Green of the West End of Lincoln Additional Local on Second Page SALE K not tolil privately I will on Wednesday Aug 1506l- it 111 x on the trllllllttJlJTUrN 1ITY K The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property oiulKtlng of about lIre of Inml factory bullilliiK which has morn suit feet floor race one 26lior o horn power balm lullsxlulpntentorCnn- ring mtichlnerv with capacity of 15no emu of fruit or vegetable per dlStsu eninty 8pound emu with iolderliFin Thl lot U well locate on the It A N railroad nnd leu than IPO fevt from the O ilepot TIle building U well Milted for most any kind of manufacturing untcrprito or would iniike n cnpltiil plnce for rchandllng tobac co For further Information mil on or mi ll KM Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAH D HiiKUir Mgr Notice of Election UoiEUlnr April tern lust Lincoln tfounty HUeal Court t pursuant to adjournment thin April I1V Hon ren Judge presiding with the followlngjin Imsoftint 111 II It AIIIIIII v M Ihulilcnir mill W II Wnllln It wars notice W M IHidderar W D NVnlllli HintmiilM cnii leilliv3u tlc the following action lx taken by thUcourti The iirtind Jury of Lincoln county lit the lnt lyrist of the Lincoln circuit court hav ing recommended it new courthouse for and It upnrlllilio the int 1uIlInIiOllhlollrl Unit the now In UM In innate un Inadequate for the nubile convenience and the preservation of lie nubile ordered unit lI that tine suits orlgltrr be UKKe ted an lint mil necesmry to build a now cotirthouke U further ordered that an election hIIIIIIIIOllolI lit the everal voting iireclncUIn on the rtli dny tbe slay of lbe next ten egal voters tit Lincoln up iroviil or rheshsrlliof Llurulneouutisdlnclcdlo- vtrtise wild election for at lyrist u days uxt lnfore the tiny thereof In the INTI ItiOR auriiNAi new niiiHT Icing the only lewMiitper published In Lincoln county he amass of clion are directed to hold the election Ixtween the souo hours lint they urorwiiilrtsltp hold election for ountv shrill be held iml conducted In all rvupoct us required by he general election laws In force In this itnte at till time the sore U 11t1IThe clerk of the Lincoln county court Him II use tit lie printed on the oltlclal UillotK to mused In wild the word unit fig esi Are IIIIII favorof an appropriation if fur Imlldtng u new eourt house fo- ruruincootty2nndhuvetworpnees upon he right of name ono he appropriation to dcitlgnated by tillIone for voter opposing the- proprhdionlolxdeslgnntnlby the word Mild IoI ot In nil other rexiHctn an rvuulrvtl by yea of Htatuten- In the eventIhaitIhurequllh IHIIIIHT of voters of Lincoln county vote In favor UlllllhlllIrollrllltlou1t imleretl that tliM court cnuo till Lincoln county to Iho amount of ttolH prepared execut l and Umiwl on printed torsos tho eul of the county lw n l by the pro of tho Lliicolncountycourtiind e coiintcrnlgnetl by tins clerk of wild court able to bearer lit Lincoln County Nn lonal lUinUof HtnnforilKyaiyears from thll date of saint with the of pjiylng In IS yearn from date which hall out iKiir a greater rule of Intrrrkt than tier cent iiayablw at bin oUi County NB Uank of Nuunfordiutll nteroiit coupon skull Iw attachwl to Mild Kimi Mgneil the clerk of the Lincoln ounty court hbild lwnd Khali Issued III nomination of tW The ayes and linyn nttf called oh wild motion anti urluew la JIII1 UIII1I1I01l8h of the luitlrtii vol II IU Ailaniii VMnuddtJnirandW II Wnllln being a pnAJlerk rt ttf K D llntln ton 00 AMERICAN LADY CORSETS oust t4 We have just placed on sale a bra 1fnew stock of new shape Corsets in the very pop ular American Lady Brand I SON I PUBLIC IIP1rolrlllIl01lho t119 11ti1 NV oM 1l vrslr 61- I i A i r a HIiw Dont be humbugged any longer with Cotton Collars Linen Is tho honest value Cot tars not stamped Linen are 1CottonrH I Collars hact- heLlnenstampwhlcbJ il protects you utr We sellthem 2 for zac t i r I i i CUMMINSMCLARY S STANFORD KY Lws ti4s s itis aaoat wti + lrlll ++ tll + ltrll++t + IIIllltflltlll SUMMR 1 Our prices are greatly reduced onIall of our Summer Goods and if Summer needs are not already supplied call and see us and we guarantee to save you money on willI sonable merchandise FALL I I Iandwill be able to show you as complete and uptodate line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies and Childrens Shoes Etc as will be shown in Stan ford Give us a call and see for your self t 4ttP I LMHLJEYcODry 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Uti II IIIUIfuai ndatlllWt 3i L 7he Interior Journal Xnlertd in the PostOffice at Stanford at Mend elais matter yOBUBIIBD TueSDAY AND FRIDAY ATE 500 PER YEAR CASH RI When not so pall U00 will be charged Jesse W Sweeney PBOFBIKT- ORLifwy Posh and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky- 1Ior s UptodaNEW LIVERY STABLE 1TOHB ft CLASSSON Prcn JVNCTION CITY KVX- lrttOlaii Turnouts at ReloDble Rates Special Attention to Tr Mn and Hay For 8- aleINSURANCE wlndHtorm Jllt And Fire Lightning the STitO OhHT and Aoeldent LowustIOIlteprcenttd8T ltatel Junrnnltoo with ss Jolne irdlUnequalled Talk MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 When in Pnnvlll stop with B Gw FOX nddl unittiara slmrsee0u undoforredo Will he In the market this nil tuneat mule coltsmuloyenrlln and Loxcreep B G FoxDanvilleKy BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Darter Uvery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky tcUl attention to Commercial Men Your It solicited Hortci handled on commission tock Pona In Connoctlon Two Farms For Sale J wish to sell prlvntely my farm of 170 Icgtonplke Itch Hellrlwprortt lidlexl hn ylenty of and tluihor fenced and In Rood Also nn unimproved farm of 100 acre 1t1ng mldwD hetwoen Lancaster and Lox ington pike Goa outlet each Well fenced Terms reasonable T I JIURINO Varksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You when lhero- graderesdyidndaeultaniid price enndoltu suit jour nn experienced tallow I hnve B handsome line spring 8Ilnmer goods I can make from n low price bulnelliult to tbo Aho Ttrcoat trouser and fancy vet Jhe company I represent hone of the bet H OKUPLEY the Tailor Pat Traylor DIALIB ftilsk Brandt Wines Boer Glaars Etc KYClosePronrt mil poll ttttntlan Nothing tlthbsste- ddak Mill phone cr tlelapt orders rtctlr iroapUtlintlon ee C aT Undertaker Embalmer and + Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY OBce Phone 117 Home Phone 3 je L Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsRugB They f willerchnnge Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Gives 1 Them a Call Price Right TANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lot of old corn for sale J B roa ter Stanford FOR SALEl00 bushels of seed rye AD Root Stanford 3U a T Pence Sr bought n lot of heifers yesterday at 2Jc Three Southdown bucks for sale J Nevin Carter TurnerevilloSPrice Bros of Garrard sold to Rankin Bros six mules at 125 Hutchings Reeves will begin the publication of a paper at Burgin soon H G Lutes sold to Lexington par ties 800 bushels of blue grass seed at SOcSteer calf weighs 500 or COOJpounds and in fine order for sale W A Fowle Rowland W S Embry of Garrard sold to his fellow countyman William Royston a suckling colt for 110 We have for sale 20 ewes and 10 good young bucks At tho J F Cook farm five miles east of Stanford J L Barnes 4L M J Farris of Boyle county sold 250 head of fine slop cattle to Simon Well of Lexington at Si cents per poundF Reid recently sold a combined gelding to a Knoxville party for 400 and a walk trot mare tou Cincinnati man for 40- 0Thirteen cows and heifers from the herd at the Home for Aged and Infirm owned by the city of Louisville have been condemned They wore found to be affected with tuberculosis Eight have been killed and five are isolated The herd consists of about 40 animals of fine stock COURT DAY Therefore about 200 cattle on the market here yesterday at I M Bruces stock pensand about 150 of them sold Heifers brought 21 to 2Jc yearlings 400 to 600 pounds 2J to 3c steers 21 to 320 stock ewes 5 to 550 mules 110 to 205 A good crowd was in town and business fair Summer Dlar rhoeawfinChild ren During the hot weather of the sum mer months the first unnatural loose ness of a childs bowels should have Immediate attention so us to check the disease before It becomes serious All that Is necessary is ajfew doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by u dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of tho lust M li Church Little Falls Minn 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 Money Roll on old earth roll on Drift on father time drift on For this money mad world With its banners unfurled Thinks not of the world to come Dollars in silver dollars in gold Dollars in greenback the largest tolls Nickels dimes allkinds of dough It The moneymad cry wherever you go Get into the game ifyouve got a show Money it comes and money it goes As ever like the river onward it flows From one hand to the hand of another Always moving like the rolling river When its gone its gone foreverCondor Ten Years in Bed POI 10 years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys It writes H A Gray J P of Oakvlllo Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of the timo I consult ed the very best medical skill avail able but could gut no relief until Foleys Kidney Cure was recommend eel to me It has been a Godsend to mo It Pennys Drug Store Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1900 as far as reported Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhead Ang153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 164 days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelby ville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 4S days Monticello Sept 114 days Hay Fever and Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Foloys Honey and Tar as it stops dllllcult breathing immediately and heals the inflamed air passages and oven If It should fall to cure you It will give Instant relief The genuine lein a yellow package Penny s Gov Beckhani has appointed E It Brownfield Police Judge of Junction CityaOrino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold under a positive guarantee to cure constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of Indigestion If It falls tho manufacturers refund m e do Pennys Drug Storot a Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea como on without warning and prompt relief must Iw obtained Thoro Is no necessity of Incurring the expense of n physicians service In such cases If Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is at hand A dose of this remedy will relieve tho patient before a doctor could arrive It has never boon known to full oven in the most severe and dangerous oases and no family should bo with out It For solo by Stanford Drug Co- County Treasurer FSmith of There is an acJcounts ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHk EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATICELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS II AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY rROU CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast sad Southwest HeUESEEKtRt TtCKCTI UU- n T TUESDAYS POINTS y Tat lalonuUoa u4 Pste Addro- It Co KINO P Q T AH 111 E llaln St LexLutoa Ky W A QARRETT Oetwral Mauler W Co RLSEARSON Q P A Cleduatloo Mr Ewlnc Young Stoncfort IlL Curd br7w I HAIR BALSAM I Ct bnatinu hats IVomntt laturltnt rail to Helton 0 Coloraar POSTED We whose name appear below itrlctl T turbid hunting tubing or any kind of tree passing on our place and will proiecuu violator to the full extent of the law Mr Kato Ador Hclchrnbach Rio Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenljan Fred VonAllman Fred Raumann Alfred Simpson George Holme Miss Mettle II Eo Relchenbach Charles Uummln Jos Ration A 0 Dunn 9 M Holmes DaughertyMPeter W Oarter J Nerln Carter Uri Hayden Welch A D Root J R Bruce W P Bhomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John B Oamenlich Sam Trnwbrldge Peter Dalmer Charles EottHn Frank Oordter LindseyJacob IarylloamannLUnrlttenn Orayton J O Carpenter Jacob Jeatweln Sam Dameron Mn j AthlocV Froth Hnmlorf PUBLIC SALE of Itcttl Kttntunua Per Miiuil Irojwrty 1QlllllltmcIIlR lit lu oclock wo will otTtr formic on VH1INKHDAY AtTn 1IW J Vmiley Kubntik fnnn of HiK norm Tin Innu l li adios lIorlftIIf Htnnfuril and inlltfMiuttiof IHilill Oil the fount nod hint IlItrlo tilt NIIUIftn1 mind Ikin vlllo Illk and thN Rush Itrnncli pike The Turin h Miltnlilo for hemp lolmcco corn and wheat mid 1m I ncn of micuUlviitxl wotMllimil flood orchnnl of great variety of fruit nnd IIInjI tMory ilwilllnit cUtorn nt the door nuts Sni wr fulling uprlnai on thn fnriu Ilnrn and nil ntctMsnry outbuildings The houw 14eituetedhtnstignrgrovroleboutitsugntrees r nelghttuehxdThe ixTMinnt proH rty U nt follow Two Rifle buggy limn Dud Imtli 1I0tltl MuMlcr Three good row with youth valves fxtni tine lot of Ohkkom a Inrg roncon geese Xhone WOKOII I IUUKT anti ItllrlIltlltk Ninnl iloulili A harrow I plowlderprratool and ImplointMil luaus liulyn middle 7 Ihhb d feather lads- dreera J Now Homo t4 hentimigtove6tnne lattoIt chain eph Imttum chairs o ptudt lMittoinNirIorcbHlr heifer71ynnlaillnliiK 1tlIh Invnlldiirhuir uliit iron fane Futile chair I nu let loom and I spinning who i mul ittnu other things too liumenm to mention All or unit of tlio lltnlefrolll1llOrtrIIIOIIIII1Kand lilalr pnynbie In tU days with Altlt notes t Xilowii on tin farm Imlnur III nml lypiiin lit 1 xr cent lnterv t with lieu rennlnol on fnriu until told MIIKOltl KVIIANKH iIO A Kt itANKMIll W f KlIlANKrti Ailmr IIm AlterS1a YanTorment awd HamDiatbw ZEMOPOSITIVELY CURESANY OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE u READ 1 MR YOUNGS LETTER treed with milk mUIh r E W ROSE MEDICJSB Co St Louis Mo STOVWORT lu April 3 egos plclurebeforedoctored this case of Acne pimples for six year and spent several hundred dollars with physicians and specialists The more salves and creams I used the EightooUlesZEMO is the cst remedy in the world for yl anyJskin disease Yours very GUARANTEED AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received ft BIO LOT of the above stoves and am nowreudjr to furnish you one at u reasonable figure X GEORGE H FARRISDoStanford Kentucky et M + REDUCED PRICES Mens 8500 Suits Reduced to ilQO Mens 8050 Suits Reduced to 500 Mens 8750 Suits Reduced to tOO Mons8850 Suits Reduced to 700 MOils 8000 Suits Reduced to 7fiO- Mens 81000 Suits Reduced to 800 r t Meuu 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mens 81250 Suits Reduced to 1100 liens 81 00 Suits Reduced to 1200 I The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoes I Into and GUI Ladies and Gents FurnUU lugs Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY The State College of Kentucky I Lexington Kentucky nunmiaharhoo1rluslenlititelttttiraeofslimilyIortnnttetltiutruitor thon1II11111101I11Irlll1l1l11rlllwrnlrrtuulirrutlomiThe miilrlrnlntlon for the htt yenr Nna InrluilInK iummer uhI NiL InitrueeInnllYThe ifimpletlon of tilt college home for young women provides fitellltlr for gad Ixmril lotlKlim It II well i iuli il with nil liuxlern nnIIInIIIludlllll Iwth rtwmeantrn nom for phyilunl riilturf It II limtetl by elam and liy elrotrlolly rusttitIatiguaKtli etlnentlon of women nt nil l01ll INrll hit to thow olfertil the Hint College of Kentucky rrn1ti1duringThe SrlllnllIrtlllllf will U on n better tailing then ever heretofore ttiat yearW Stlrnllli14hHIIHtntednlleKKor information regnnlliiic muriHnutility and term of mlmlttlnnNpply to JAMES 1C PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to U f Krniif llmlixt 1t iit l xliigton Kr Knll Trent la glas twptetniier m t the Lincoln bounty national Dank Of Stanford Kcnluchy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 = OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK OIREOTORS J B OwdLKr Stanford S II SIUKKA Stanford O W OAHTCH Turnerirlll W II OuMMlMti Ireaohrnrlllit L U Oahu Wiyne burf W n TKATinn Ollocrt Creek IL L IkDBir Lancaster W U WALKKII Stanford J n Fount Stanford W II HANK 8Unford J II PAXTUN Stanford We r andUIUlktra ofourFirst NationalStanford Kfl Bank iCapitol 3tocl 50000 This lnstltutlon was orltlL llre t bllihel utheT epolt tank of flUnford In If 31 then reorganlied a the National Rank of Stanford In 18SI and again reorganlied as the First National nark of Stanford ID 15i1 having bad practically an onlater rnpted existence for II years It II better supplied now with facllltle for transact lag business promptly and well than ever before In lu long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratloas Solicited Officers J I IIOOKRIt Prtii BT llANRU V IM 11 McUOIIKKTd Ohr W U WRAHENAntOhn DlrIlDtorJ r Reid DaaTllle T Harrli atanford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnnay I Klmore Stanford II Itauihuan StanfordtT P Hill SIanror- J Robinson Rubble J II Ilauxbroan Stanford J Iettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Try One of Our New Perfection Oil J Stoves I LOWEST PRICES i George D Hoppers Stanforo Ky Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting ami nil the Commercial Urunchua taught in the Commercial Department of the SUE BENNETl MEMOKIAL SCHOOL Students now holding good positions Diplomas granted to those who finish the course Save one hulE the coat of getting n business education Sopteinber is the best time to begin Writo wt far purticuhars J C LEWIS or E H LYLE LbndonyKy I i