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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rrr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 17 1906 NO 44jB HUDDLE L P Weaver sold some mules to C C Gover at 95 A P Sloan and Leo Rankin bought n lot of hogs at Cc to feed Miss Amanda Carson of Hustonvllle opened her school hero Monday Mra Fox Bryant of Burnslde is ox poctcd Saturday to visit hur slater Mrs A P Sloan James Pollard nnd family went to Cincinnati Sunday Frank Miller of Indiana Is with his parents here Kid George Gowan assisted by the pastor Eld F M Tinder will begin a series of meetings at the Christian church Sunday morning at lOiSO Miss Annie Milburn of Stanford Is the guest of Miss Uettlo Walter Mrs A J Rico nnd Miss Ethel Carman have returned from a visit to Somerset It L Hubble and M B Eubanka have gone to Casey county to buy mules Jamos McKcchnlo has returned from a business trip to Somerset A Frankfort lecialBa Rev Gcorg W Young end Rev M ll Adams oC the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky are hero preparing a tIt of questions to be submitted to all candidates in the Democratic primary for State offices to bo held this fall At the close oj the session the lenders this league announced their Intention of on candidates of all parties who If nominated might have something to do with shaping State Legisla lion to declare itIon on the different phases or Ule Iquor question Stomach Troubles and Constipation No one can reasonably holy for Rood dluostlon when the bowel on constipated Mr Chn Baldwin of KtlwardsvlUe Ill say I mlTaroil from eh ran constipation and Blom ach troubles for several joars but thanks to Chamberlains Stomaoli and Liver Tabloln nm almost cured Why not get o paoknjjo of those tab lots and got wH and ituy tell 1rloo 25 cent Sample free For sale by Stanford Drug C- uCFLLfor Congressional Primary primary ehtrthMi U hrMW willwl tor lu III or twotofftn HfjWllV Ix nil lh viAliHt nltueklhntliMiHl IHtlrlrtef Sb ngutar AuluunMI lurhxIu till tor hounmf of- Nek SIaNA NIN rUt 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hllll 10 05141 to Kiipply inch ilellolt Imylilcil howevrr if no muni than one luive coiiiplliHl with the coiulltlonii hrlilniiowilbT Aim W the ltudrnooI of et I dlrreld to rol ooiivvii1 tlHComnilttio III noon tliffeiifler ul II ut Nk lioln vllln ICy ii lid l- 4declprrrhenN111dutotlit n iiilur noinlneo of III I mill olllce and I t tohim n cirtllUntw of noinlniitlon milt tin primary fli tluit h reln ordered will not lid tl Tlionlrr Oil the Uillot In which tho nuino of Oio cnmlliliitts who ninv iintor thUprlimiry xhnllbo printed hnl IM do tt lot ly No rellhlrallon hall mqulr lu townt or citlin no rvdlMrntloii hua of boun hUll under thu Brnernl qlectlon law J NOUTON riltJirOlinlriimii IKTCIIRH HUNII5R3 Hecrwtury MARKSBURY Rev Jones filled the pulpit at Fork church Sunday- J W Simpson sold to T I Herring some hugs at 7c Rev Homer Carpenter will fill his pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sunday Miss Lulu Simpson and M F Itout are on the sick list Miss Elizabeth Simpson hsa gone to Lexington to ac company Misa Sara Cook to Ietoskcy MichMiss Anna Steele Cook who has been spending her vacation with her aunt Mrs J W Simpson returned to her home at Lexington Monday much to tho regret of her many friends Den Dunn and sister Miss Georgia have returned from attending protracted meeting at Falrview Aunt Susan Anderson of Lancaster spent last week with her daughter Mrs Daly James Royston who has been sick is able to be out again wo are glad to say Mr Marksbury has been filling his place in N H Bogies store Mr Brooks of Lexington has been hero buying and selling stock M F Itout has gone to Lexington to spend n few days Mr Alec West has been visiting his daughter Mrs C F Den man at Nicholasvllle Miss Annie Lee Woolfolk of Lexington Is the guest of Miss Sue Anna Lear Some Excuses Upon to Commit Suicide Joseph U Diddle of Jefferson City Mo because he was too fat Herman Heckling of West Hazclton Pa because ho misseda train Mrs Wm Thomas of Punxsutawney Pa because her hair was turning gray Ponleno Fulponi of Chicago because he was in love with a marble statue of VenusGeorge Hawthorne Smith of New York because ho believed himself too old at 45- Irene Baltimore Boggins of Atlantic City because she had a new lavender dress to be buried in Mrs Grace DeWolf of St Louis because she could not bear to be separated from her slsterlnlawIJames Andrews of Oxford 8 cause ho had to speak at commence ment exorcises before girls Robert Lehman of Des Moines laIbecause ho believed Ms family referred to him when they sang Everybody Works but Father Galvostons Sea Wall makes life now as Mate In that city us on the higher uplands K 1V Good loo who roiildo on Duttun St in Waco lox need no sea wall for HUfoty Ho write I have used Dr Kings Now Dlaeovory for tonsumi Lion tho puss live years and It keeps tot well and safe liofore that time I bad u cough which for years had boon rowing Worse Now Its gone Guru chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Yhooplng Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take EvI- cy bottle guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn llrosCral 01I churl 0 Charley dear exclaimed young Mr Spendit as they sat together at tho table where is the locket gave you before wo were married And Charley with a guilty consciousness of tho pawn ticket in his pocketI answered glibly Well dear it is just as well to keep on the right eida of these rich relatives PO I left it as a pledge of unction with my uncle just rawIialtimorc American Commentingon tho visit of State In spector lures to Owen county to investigate reports nf official corruption the Paris Democrat says As has been pub licly charged and proven by the records that tho taxpayers of Bourbon county have been systematically robbed by its officials for years and the Fiscal Court refuses to take any action why not send the Inspector nnd Examiner here A Mystery Solved How tu keep olT poriodio attacks of biliousness anti habitualconstipa tion was u mystery that Dr Kings Now Llfo Pills solved for mo writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind Tho only plus that are guaranteed tu glvo perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only ilto at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Dros Crab Orchard a Horizontal HenrySay Si what profession does yer tink yor was cut out for Sentimental SiI tinks I was cutout for a dentist Henry What makes yer tink 807 Si Because every time I pass a dog ho shows me his teeth Out in Missouri uaoordlg to a veracious chronicler a young man bought 2000 extra fine cigars had them Inv urod for their full value smoked them up and demanded the insurance claim- Ing that they had been destroyed byre NEWS NOTES Letchcr county is to have a new jail at a cost of 11000 0 B Keath one of the cattle kings in the early days of Kansas is dead Smith P Kerr one of Winchcstern wealthiest and most prominent citizens is boys all under nine years were killed by a Pennsylvania train neat Elizabeth N J Ono man was killed and several men were wounded in a general fight last Sunday night near Salyeravillc Eight young women acted as pallbearers at the burial of Michael Wyler a Socialist leader In Connecticut- At Frankfort Edward Shaln was struck on the head with a brick and killed by Ellis Turner also colored Tho plant of the National Veneer Comany at Charleston W Vu was destroyed by fire The loss is 75000 Property losses aggregating probably 100000 were caused at Evansville Ind by a severe rain and electrical stormEddie Graney offers 40000 for a match between Jack OBrien and Sam licrger Tho contest will take place In San Francisco Despondent because she was a victim of the drug habit Mrs Bertha Leroy wife of a Minneapolis furrier drowned herself at St Paul Morgans men are holding a reunion at Parks lull Addresses were made by Gen Basil W Duke and Senator James B McCreary Negro soldiers from Fort Brown ran amuck in Brownsville Tex killing a barkeeper wounding a policeman and riddling several houses with bullets William Browning u prominent young manof Leslie committed suicide shooting himself through tho head with a revolver No motive was given for the deed Capt James Robinson veteran lake master was burned to death Charles Johnson a eallmaker was fatally burn ed and a score of other persons had a narrow escape In a fire at the foot of Main street in Buffalo In a fit of insanity Emil Berncr a mechanic of Batavia III murdered his brotherinlaw Ernest franzen by cutting his throat with a razor slashed Mrs Berner so severely that she will die and then cut his own throat dying within a few minutes The Grand Army encampment at Minneapolis has attracted 100000 peo plo to that city and the indications are that there will be many more visitors Minneapolis has risen to the occasion and nothing is lacking in hospitality for the comfort of the veterans Tho banks of the Chicago Clearing house Association have offered a re ward of 5000 for tho arrest of Paul- O Stcnsland the fugitive president of the Milwaukeeavenue State Bank Stcnslands son expresses the belief that his father has committed suicide The killing of Dr Graham of Hold er L T who was shot dead about a month ago by Ben Steward was avenged when unknown persons shot Steward from ambush killing him instantly Cal Steward brother of tho dead man eluded tho assassins by whipping his horse into a run B F French John Abner and John Smith charged with complicity in tho murder of James B Marcum denied on the witness stand every allegation of the Commonwealth Tho failure of Smith to make a confession was a dis appointment as it was known that rel ativoa had urged him to do so Alexander B Chisolm paying teller of the First National Bank of BIrming- ham Ala is under arrest charged with tho embezzlement of 97000 W L Sims and C L Hays managers of a brokerage firm have been arrested charged with aiding and abetting the embezzling Chisolm used the banks funds in cotton speculation In Salf Defense Major Ilamm editor and manager of tho Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when ho was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a box of Ihtiklons Arnica Salve of which ho says It cured mo In 10 days and no trouble since It Qulokost hoalor of Mains Soros Cuts and Wounds cat Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Liros Crab Orchard The annual hunt is now being carried on in New York and Philadelphia for chorua girls There seems to be quite an unusual shortage in the supply and search la made among stenographers church singers manicurists and book keepers Nothing is said about the old ladles homos but they are probably emptied first Boston Herald Warning If you have kidney and bladder trouble and do not uso Foloy a Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as 1t4 positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Buford Mahan aged 80 Is dead at Hightowcr a blacksmith dropped dead at Harrodsburg Mrs Pattie Ralney Is dead in Gar rard She left several children Mrs J A Wayne is dead at her homo in Lebanon after a weeks Illness of typhoid fever Ten persons were convicted of penitentiary offenses at the term of the Pu laski circuit court just closed Polly M Trimble has been appointed postmaster at Naomi and Wm H Bai ley at Valley Oak Both postofficea an in Pulaski James Spalding of Boyle who asked to be placed in jail because of his uncontrollable desire to burn barns was declared Insane Samuel Hendricks formerly of Som erset who says he is 100 years old hos joined the bricklayers Union at Los Angeles and is actively at work Sheriff P M Ball of Leo county Va and father of Frank Ball has written a letter in which he gives his side of the affair when his son was recently captured Tho man who was found In the Cum berland river at Barbourville badly wounded and who died was identified as Harrison Smith of Williamsburg The case is surrounded by mystery John A Prall who has been connected with the Farmers National of Danville for the past several years was elected cashier of the Bank of Perry villo to succeed George W Edwards who recently resigned to accept a similar position with tho HarrodsburgTrust Company Tho body of Abner Jones said to have been a member of Frank Balls gang was found near the scene of the recent fight between Kentucky officers and Frank Ball near Rose Hill Va Jones was in hiding in a cornfield firing on the posse The firo was returned but it was not known that he was killed Jones is said to have been a farmer and lived near the the home of Rufus Ball where the fight occurred Through the untiring efforts of Miss Lucy Lackey of this city says a Richmond dispatch a rescue home for fall en women will bo established at once Miss Lackey who will have active management of the work has already found eight young women that will en ter tho home immediately The citi zens have been asked to provide work for the inmates sufficient to keep them employed all the time A board com posed of five from each of the churches in the city have been chosen Mrs T J Toy was elected President Mrs M C Kellogg First Vide President and Mrs William Arnold Second Vice Pres ident The New York World prints this from its Wilkesbarre correspondent That Sundry baseball aids the sup pression of illegal liquor traffic is ad mitted by Rev W L Riley of this city Superintendent of the Pennsylvania AnU Saloon League He does not advocate Sunday baseball but he did say today As the American people make their Sunday u strenuous day in search of recreation rather than a day of rest a Sunday baseball game attracts a largo number of people and is benefi cial for the elimination of the Sunday selling evil Rev Mr Riley fears however that Sunday baseball may by giving the people greater license lead to other pastimes and wean them from their religious duties Make Hay While he Sun Shines II There is a lesson in tho work of the thrifty farmer Ho knows that tho bright sunshine may hut but u day and ho prepares for tho showers which are so llaole to follow So it should 1m with every household Dysentery diarrhoea and cholera morhus may attack sumo member of the homo without warnluK Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea liemedy which Iii tho bust known medlolne for these disease should always be kept at hand as immediate treatment Is necessary and delay may prow fatal For sale by Stanford Drug Cop Two violent deaths occurred near Marion Ind Wednesday Truman Halcomb 19 years old was struck and instantly killed by a Big Four train Samuel Parker 65 years old an old soldier failed to hear an approaching train and was run down and killed COKNS CURED Corn Exit will jwsi Lively remove soon in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to eaoh and evory cmstomor whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky i low Shoes ol LOW Prices s We are offering our entire stock of Oxfords at Pricesr that will induce you to buyt Come in and look them ov er while we have your size W B Perkins Cr11Kentucky Distributing Depot for FencesIPittsburgh Perfect All Galvanized Steel Wires for field farad and hog fencing The electrically welded fence Every rot guaranteed perfect The DURABLEf- ellce none eo strong All largo wires Highest EFFJENCY LOV EST COST No wraps tu hold Moi turt and cause Rust Absolutely STOCK 1llOOF We on HAVE YOU MONEY on Fencing I ALL AM SKE1T 1L G GOOCHw S eN Wnynesburg Ky iaTr- y our Cotton Seed Lard Hemp Knives on Hand W H i HIGGINSJ Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeping Shorthand Typewriting and nil the Commercial Brunches taught in the Connuorcinl Department of the SUE BEXNETl ME11RIAL SCHOOL Students now holding good positions Diplomas granted to thoso who finish the course Save enelmlt the cost of getting n business education September is the host time to begin Write for particulars J C LEWIS Ur E H LYLE London Ky STANFORD MALE fEMALE SEMINARY First term hegius MONDAY SEPT 3 IJOtt Our faculty is strou equipment firstclass surrounding comfortable college work djcyie on college principles work accepted by the hot institutions girt tha Stltetrates very reasonable Dont send off to school when you hue as good or bettor advantages at homo Address OSCAR B FALLIS President stanford Ky 4YAdalwwl RWi ir+ i t hy The Interior Journal E C WALTON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county Inn candidate to- rry tent the Klghth lolllr ltonnl District o Kentucky In UoiiKrvmi to succeed lion U u ailbort mibject to the notion ol the tern- ocratlo primary Hept L I M F NORTH Ii n candidate for Ileprenentntlveof Uncoil county UbJlcl to the action Demo oratlo party UNLESS something unexpected hap pens lion Harvey Helm of this place will bo declared the democratic nomi nee for Congress at Nicholasvillo today Ho being tho only candidate UN primary will of courso be called off Stanford is proud of having the honor of a Congressional nominee und Lin coin county will show her appreciation I of that honor by rolling up such u hem ocratic majority in November as shot has not given in years The race for the nomination in which Mr Helm is l successful has been fraught with many t changes Judge John W Hughes of Mercer was first to announce and tort a time it looked as if ho would have no opposition But later lion Richard W Miller of Madison entered and he was frapidly gaining ground when sickness and death overtook him Hon VII liam J Price of Boyle announced his I candidacy after Mr Millers death but at his first speaking appointment at t Lawrenccbgrg he fainted and had to quit the race because of ill health It was soon after the Lawrenceburg speaking that Hon Harvey Helm Lin coIn countys favored and favorite son shied his castor in the ring and from the very start it looked as if ho were a winner Judge Hughes had a severe spell of sickness but got up and contin ued his canvass He found himself too weak however to continue the fight and at Shelbyville last Monday Chas M Lewis one of his lieutenants an pounced his withdrawal from the race This leaves Mr Helm alone in the field and of course with only one candidate it will be needless to go through thee form of a primary While rejoicing over Mr Helms good fortune the IN TERIOR JOURNAL feels a profound sympathy for those gentlemen who were compelled by ill health to quit the race and for the widow and son at Rich I mond whose loss is irreparable Congressman Helm sounds mighty good to us and Lincoln county has wait t ed patiently for a democratic member of the House Our time has come at last We salute you Cougressman Helm and congratulate the people of the best town on the map JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES who was forced to withdraw from the Congressional race because of ill health prints a manl card in this issue of the I J t He pledges his hearty support to the successful candidate who ofcourse will bo Hon Harvey Helm of this place and says that Mercer county shall be found in line good and strong in No- l vember i EMMETT LOGAN formany years editorial writer on the LoulsvlllaTlmes is making as good a farmer as he was newspaper man He has just sold 30QO worth of cattle and now tho question arises What is he going to do Vith all of that money POLITICAL E H R Green of Terrell Tex son of Mrs Hettie Green has been nominated for Governor of Texas by the Republican faction known as the reorganizers Samuel Gompers is going to Maine to make a series of speeches in opposition to Congressman LittlefieUK His first address will bo deliverd at Lewiston next Saturday WJ Bryan who is now in Paris confirms the report from MelbourneJ that he intends to visit says ho will start immediately after the November election Mott Ayres secretary of the Democratic State Primary Committee sent letters to all tho county chairmen in the State directing as to tho conduct of the primal and cr 1 g that they relect good men to serve as election officers at as little expense as possible Tho regular republican State Convention f at El Paso Texas nominated the following ticket Governor W C Averill Beaumont Lteut Governor Frederick Hofhelnze Comal county Attorney GeneralC W Ogden San Antonio Railroad Commissioner W F Connor Dallas l Texas democrats in convention at Dallas adopted a resolution expressing 1unbounded confidence In the patriotism and statesmanship of W J Bryan and expressing the hope of his nomination for the presidency in 1908 Senators Bailey and Culbertson were the subjects of a laudatory resolution William J Bryan in a statement at Paris says that Democratic National Committeeman Sullivan of Illinois and John Hopkins deliberately robbed the l Democrats of Illinois of their political right Mr Bryan says he was anx ious to give Mr Sullivan a chance to retire without a fight but inasmuch as he has refused to do so it b probably just M well for ifweBW6t fight to purify tie party organization the soon er ifiwgma tho better f iji otij Johh W Langley is said to be a reo ceptivo candidate for the Republicai nomination for Congress in the Tents district The primary subcommittee of UK Democratic State Executive Commit tee held a meeting in Lexington and decided to move tho headquarters of the subcommittee from Frankfort to Louisville The New York Republican State Committee at a meeting decided to hold the Republican State convcntici at Saratoga September 25 This 5slh same date selected for the Democrat convention in Buffalo Republicans of the 10th Tonnesse Congressional district nominated Harr B Anderson for Congress and adopted a resolution calling on Theodoro Roose velt to become the republican candi date for president again in 1908 The nomination for Congress in UK Eighth district is likely to como to lion Harvey Helm without further contest all of his opponents havinj withdrawn and no others being will ling to tackle the contest of tho St Asaph for further The honor could not bll bestowed more worthily for Mr Helm is well qualified and n Democrat who can read his title clear The Old Eighth is to be congratulated Kentucky State Journal CHURCH MATTERS Union services will be held at thi Baptist church Sunday night Eld L M Omer will preach Bishop McClosky has issued an edict that there shall be no more solos in hit churches It would be pleasing news to a certain member of the Christian church hero if such an order were car ried into effect Rev John L Lewis a student of Bethany College W Va will preach at Moreland Union Sunday school building Sunday morning and evening Rev G W Montgomery the regular pastor who is convalescing from a se vere spell of typhoid fever will be presentEld W S Gamboe closed a fifie meeting at Brookston Madison county this week with 18 acditions Eld Jas Wilson who is pastor of the Brookstown church is also pastor of the Christian church at Ford and will hold a meeting there about tho close of the present month Richmond Register Rev Gilbert Glass has accepted quite a flattering call to the pastorate of the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church In Covington This Is a very large church and is a high compliment to so young a minister as Rev Glass though ho is equal to the place and will make that church a splendid pastor Dan ville News The Kentucky State Christian Church Convention will be held at Louisville Sept 24 to 27 An unusually attract ive program has been prepared and it is expected that fully 2000 delegates will attend the convention Every railroad in the State has granted the low rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip and this undoubtedly will be con ducive to a large attendance Enter tainment consisting of lodging and breakfast will be furnished to all per sons who send their names in advance to Robert M Hopkins 218 Keller Build ing chairman of the general commit tee Some of tho speakers for the con vention will be Marion Lawrence secretary of tho International Sunday School Association Dr E Y Mullins president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Mrs Helen E Moses National Secretary of the Christian Womans Board of Missions Miss Belle Bennett president of the Methodist Home Missionary Society Miss Ada Boyd missionary from Bilaspur India B A Jenkins president of Kentucky University J W McGarvey president of the College of the Bible Miss Mary Finch Maysville H D Smith Hop kinsville R L Clark Mayfield Sam- Bedford Owensboro J T Kackley Maysville H D Clark Mt Sterling Carey E Morgan Paris Hugh McLel lan Richmond R H Crossfield Ow ensborb Here and There Thomas L Gilliam a popular citizen if Mercer is dead A Lewis county man breaks the record by securing 942 pounds of honey out if a bee tree John Gilmore miner was killed at the Queensbury mines near Middles boro by falling slate The trial of French Abncr and Smith was brought to a close Wednesday night at Beattyville and arguments were begun or more laborers and bystanders are reported to have been the n a carload of dynamite on the Mexican Central railroad near Chihuahua The End oheWorld of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of all usefulness came when be began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer ing which I would never have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Debil- Ity It Sure 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 Lyne Bros Crab Orchard jtL tWr1 pe namIUtoncounty Cincinnati over tho election of dele gates to the State convention the Ber nard faction was defeated by tho Dempsey forces FOR SALE OR RENT My home In Crnli orchard ocat M ween HprliiKi mm the Cntl orchard Urmlod Hclioul ioud house of elcht roonn Lot contain Mven hens ii t tan goal yulinu oirlutnlon It Will also Mll my tuck of KrocerlcH mid confection Pr 1At N K nib Orclmnl Ky FARM FOR SALE Having moved to OllliorUCreek I dctlre toKollmy forth of KUncrcnon the Mtanionl A frali diolinnl pike 3 mllci from Until Or chiml Knriu b well Improved with com Allingnuslotpgaver the dncecan cull on llr ltildon who lives on lilt larlll 1XJ HMlTltClllbortMreefc Ky Horses Handled I am prepared to bank mid handle honehy the month IVrfeet witlhfuctlon guar mitifil Give me n trltil ItKferriuv uiven Kit M McTarty Ilnk UottiiK HUnk Kami Ktimtord K- yResidence For Sale I Having located permanently In Mt Hter Ry1 over for wilu tit luirtiiitu my tie N noble residence on utom lit Ht In Stan ford Ky For particular write me nt Mt Sterling Ky or ee W M Bright nt the IlnrolulDUiity Niitlonal JOHN P JONKH Desirable Home For 51111 I wllh to well privately my hone on Lan twoiloryIramspMidld feJlnlr Tbeouttwuesnnnewund convenient Tho lot contains 1J4 acres of Innd and lays well forunothcrdwvtting Call on me lor further particulars W WAUNKKHtanford Ky FARM FOR SALE We Lure for salt u splendid larrnrdcounty tutu U lies on this Lexington pike itbuutSH mllen trout fjineaxter had con thlaIpart of thin hemp and tolmlico land has yrThIsidence on It This Is it flue fiirm It you wish tOMvuRiiUuit It you ran find us at the reildenre of 110 J nnllix In Uinrarter- yy JOAN L OItAS n L1NOHAN1 PUBLIC SALE administrator de lonll mm with this will annexed of leo V Jiimei I will on HATUKDAYAIHJUHT IWrt nt aliout S Mott the preinlws otter for wilenttuhllcoutcry the following real es place of the lisle W James containing stout M acrrs of Innd on IICIt theru u new brick house of rooms and all uecettary outbuilding the dwelling and most of the Innd Icing In the corporate limits of Crab Orchard Hecondtthe frame dwelling house nml lot side of Inln street In Ornli Orchard Ky now occupied by yin t V Hlgler The terms will lx announced on tiny of a le JII IAXTof Adiur Ac To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during tlmouth of August sell at a discount all FRAMESETCand give the mane guarantee of rat Ufxctiou as before OtHce over Me Roberts Drug Store 9 to 12 A M 150 to 4 r M W N Craig Stanford Notice of Election llitnilnr April trrni IUM Ilnrnlii County ullourlllllllIthb JUIIM Diiddcnir and WI Wnllln It wit muted by Juitltv W M HuiUlonir und fcccumlttl by Jurllce W II Vnll In ttuit the folliiwlnu urtbin IK taken by thus curtTli iirnnd jury of Lincoln county at the unit term of tint Lincoln circuit court Imv tug rwoinniviul a new rourt house for Lincoln county und It npptiirltiK to tlu wit Ufiictlou tit thb court Hint the courtlioUM now In uw U unsafe und Iniulvquutu for the public ran vvnlviicw nml the pnKTvntlon of thfUhllC rvconU It Is onlintl unit udludit bunt of JKWUI iuKit Uxl n the turn nretiiMiry to build u new voUrtlioun1 unit It U further onltntl Mint an vlrvtlun Iw held and a poll opcntdat tluotvvrul votliiK IIclM 1lnrodncounty on the nth tiny of Nosetiderhtrtlltethey of the next grit eras election at which the appropriation HtKjveBiixcctttljtiall tuhinllltxl to the lOKiil voters of IJncoln county for their up pmviil or rejection h county U dlrvct d to ndserllesnld election for at least W days next Iwforv the tiny thereof In the IMTK HIIIK IerpubllhelintitLlueolucount7nu- ttheomren new p of std ulevtlou are dlrecutl to hold the vlcctlon lietween the Mime hour that they ore required to hold elect loin for county ottlcem which elevtlon xtiiill Iw held and conduot l In nil nI fcu u required by the general election lawi In furze In thln Htnte at the Unto the rune U held The clerk of the Lincoln county court Khali CHUM to be printed on the ImlloU to tie uld In mid election the word nnd ures Are you In favorof nppruprhitlon forUncoilthe right of wince ono for voter ravorlne the appropriation IM dCklKimtnl liv the wfjrd Yri and title forvotem opposing tote IIIIJroprhItIOIl to le deIguahrt by the word clerk hull preiuan wild LJl HehoflegalIblIIourttlieiinumntof HMto IM prepared execut ed and issue on printed form under the Mnlof lheceuutytobelgett by the pre und1eoodrnlgtnrlNationnllkwkofHlufunlKy9lyi11rs IIlIylultWIllithancoinCotuityInterett coupon shall Iw attached to Mild 1iuRrolpdeuoaiiutlou were culled on mitt motion nnd thwMtme wits JlltNolI unanimously nil of thelutlcei 01 nK1 nomlI Justice aiquorumA Cop tlerkBy K II IVaninxion Do A JJd A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcltobcrtu Drug Store in the 0vsloy Building Waynisburg MarbU and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IHalvrln nnd Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble KnUrd Letter n Npeclnltv Olllce niul work Wayiusburii Ky It ladgeltA- gtNOTICE I I hurt two large dorproom fur nit nt Orlmulo UockcaMIe county ono of them Hi xTO the other sSixH with two side room nml Utxo to IIJMI worth of nenerul mervhiimllw three town loin luuitnlntnit about tenures one isood warehouse HUxlt uood two tory dwelling 3 Rood cottage housetl pood null buildings till new AnIllUt udeN lIncnallllerchundllllIul 1o lament year Over u o white oiik poplnr chestnut niul pine Um her AlMMiUmt JUVWfeet of ioplorwhite- elk chestnut tint plus on AlKiul live tittles trout rullromltw 1w mill Jiut inovliiK Into the abuse boundary of UmlxT NrlteKufurthrrlnrtioulnnJ Ky Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We nee prepared to write Innurnnce Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit tie hutlne of the cltlten of the Knit Knit None but the Iwtt compan Its represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Hnven talk with us Ito your In surance of renewing old policies List your property with us and we 1I1- ttor you charging you only n small per cent jPRESCRlPflONSjTHREE HonestyAccuracy I tion not are write we n IntelligenceI I the1nre I Stanford Drag t1y R BECK Notice of Election Mnruln aunty iotirt At the regular Augutt unit IPst It TWarren judge pr Orilrr for Klec lionInIteJA1ileaanti others petition for Local upturn Klectlon J A Allen and others having presented In open court on July It last to lion IL Warren Judge of the Lincoln Itounty Court written etltloii slgmxl by a number of legal voters In each of the preelncts of Lincoln county Kentucky aptnl to and more tliiin 25HT cent of the votes cast In wild several precincts at the regular No veniUr election 6 thntanelectlon IM held In said Lincoln county on Septem her It Wl for the purport of taking the sense of the legal volersof said county who lire qualified to voteut an election for rounty otllcers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall or 1011111 In Lincoln coun unit that the of the IlrlllghtiImtlnoted of record by nn order of this court made and entered nt Its regular July term iuwnndonthe lithday of July 1154 this day ensue said petitioners and morel the tourt to enter an ordur directing said elec lion to be held as aiked In wild petition und It appearing to the Court upon said motion to said petition the true and signature of the andthatrw pecttv voting precinct In said Lincoln County as selforth In old petition and that tho regular Novemlwr election held on NovemlierT IU6 U the hut precotllng general election held In wild county there are IS voting precincts In said tUtlonrafromto nnd more than a per cent of votes respectfully cast In said precincts nt the regular Kovemlier election Ijmft Is the lust precetllng general election held In said county It II now ordered and adjudged by the Court that an election be end U hereby ordered to beheld In IJncoln County on fie tetnber IWtl for the purpose of tak log tho sense of the legal voters of wild County who enquxlaetto vote nt elec tion for county officers upon the propo action whether or lIoli spirituous vinous or plait liquors It sold lrloaned In 11 II Lincoln count and It Is further ordered that the stops of the lave and prohibition shall apply to Drug guts It Is further ortlered that a special rvgUtra lion shall and Is hereby ordered to bo held In tho cities of Htanfonl Huntonvllle Crab and Rowland In sold county on- 11elnewlayHeptenter5IPitforthe rogls tnitlonotthoM at the electlod herein ordered whose naiiifs have not been recorded on the Registration iww T J Hill the ihedQoffaticobncounty Is hereby ordered 1IIIIIch ull ot the toting teaher1sre1tlion as herela ordered publish this outlet for wild election anti special registration In the Interior Journal n newspaper at Ntanford Ky for at least two weeks before tho lttlay antihetember the date of wolf election will alto advvrtlse same by hand bills posted at one or more conspicuous places In voting precinct of said county for at least two weeks before the said date A Copy Attests O It 000 Ill ft Clerk Lincoln County Court By K t rennVngton OO Notice Is that In obedience Lincolnhconat7 tdnJald county election court will hit hand b me at the time above stated And paid special registration will tn held by me at the Mine and placvi states T J HILL Bbwlfl Uncoln County i 1 IPii ii 1 T Prices Ghanged I iJ Deginning today we will reduce the price on nil strictly Hummer Goods We win only mention a few things to show you tho genuiuosB of the Mate went Ladies Oxfords Uhrae Sfl to 8288 Ladies Oxford iroek port 200 to 82 Lndici1 Oxfords 82 to 8140 lneUeA 0xionl 8150 to 81 I Mans Porto Rican Straw 250 to 150 Mans Yacht Straw 150 to J Minis Patent Oxford Walkover 8I to 88 Mans Patent Oxford lane 84 tnSDJ Miuife Tan Oxfbnl Mniisfi 8SSO to 8960 Mans 2 Piece Double Breasted Suit JI 15 to 10 Mans 2Piece Double Breasted Suits 1250 to 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 lessy desirable goods at remarkably low prices HeJ McROBBRTS e STANFORD KENTUCKY Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The porn of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores all the way through gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow of health FREE K you call at our tore we will gladly free a generous sample of the cream andivryouIof the famous book 4 Trtatiu in Ftil PENNYS DRUG STORE ISTANFORD KENTUCKY rnOT BISCUITS Y0f j I I I have one steel range left for wood or coal Four high elicit find warming clwet with reservoir A bargain 810 Como quick to AM ridges Also tin work allIheating pump Is H dgeISTANFORD Timer anti Plumber I Is Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 yean tins hada rapid continual growth Nine Departments as follows Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influence wholesome Write for CatalogueI J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDONKY r rNEW FALL SKIRTS We have just received our first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and Black j Panamas BTANKOHU KY Aru 17 1900 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda nt Icnnya Drug Store n PERSONALS MRS E D IBYTON is with rolatlvon nt Mlddlcsboro Miss SUSIE Cooujy Is attending the Springfield Fair HHNKY COIIKN of Louinvlllc to with Samuel Goldatoln MR DAVID SCOTT Is confined to his bet with rheumatism MR Wiu SKVBIIANCB has joined his t wife In Shelby county WALLACE SINOUBTON who has been very ill te convalescing Mns J C HOCKBII of Livingston wu the guest of Mrs W 0 Speed Miss ELLBN UAULOU visited the fam- Ily of Mr H M Bnllou in lancaster Miss LUCY MILLER CIVRNS spent several days with relatives at Harrods I burg MR J M McCARTY has rented ono of Mrs Woodlo Halos cottages on East MainATTORNEY HBNRY JACKSON of Danville was here Wednesday on legal bus- Iness Miss LETTIBHHLM of Cincinnati is hero with her brother lion Harvey J E BUCK left yesterday for Fcntrcsa county Tenn to visit his mother HEY U B MAIIONY attended ihe South Baptist Association at Ellisburg Tuesday MESsns M D florin and G B Swinebroad were hero from Lancaster yesterdayMIss MIRANDA WHITE Is visiting Rockcastle friends and attending the Brodhead fair MESSRS M D UANSDBU nail A It Humble of Boyle were hero on bus neo Wednesday MRS LOUISA LEWIS and Miss Conic Edwards of Los Angt toy were with Mm W 0 Speed Mn HANNIBAL MCBBATH U up from Monticello looking for a farm He In with Mr J D Fable MK M M SWEENEY and wife left yesterday to visit relatives In Indiana Illinois and Missouri MRS J D MARSHALL of Denver Col is visiting her father Mr Reuben Williams at McKInney Miss DORA WILLIAMS of London the attractive guest of Miss Annie Bronaugh at Crab Orchard MR T CHENAULT WILLIS wlfo and pretty little daughter Nancy were guests of friends hero Wednesday MIt JOSKHI G IIACKLEY of Now York City and Mr J Thomas Hncklcy Jr are visiting friends at Frankfort MR HORACE BROWN and wife of New Albany Ind order their I J sent to Charlevolx Mich where they are spending the heated season MR AND MRS S II FULKiyisoN of Middlcsboro were guests of Mr W T Smith and wife on their return from Chicago Miss AnniE LUTES and pretty guest Miss HalHe Bcnton of Lexington are visiting the family of Dr Percy Benton atllrodheRdMRs DOWNER and little daugh ter Mildred are accompanying Mr b John Downer on a trip through the mountains this week MRS W B OBANNON Misses Myrtle and Roberta OBonnon and Masters Lester and Wlllio B OBannon are attending the Brodhead Fair MRS It HOUINSON has recovered of fever Thomas from a severe spell McBcnth of Lincoln county is visiting relatives at Somerset Somerset Jour nal MISSES FRANCIS METCAIF and Jen nlo graham Price and Mr Eugene Bright of Danville passed through to Plncville Wednesday to bo members of a house party MRS C WEESNER of Los Augeles passed up to WUHnmsburg Wednesday to visit her mother Mrs Wecener was the widow of Rev John Bell Gib son and is well known here MISSES ALLENE CURRAN and Alma Earl who have been the attractive returned to heir homes of atCincinnati yesterday much to the regret of their many friends here I and daugh MRS ANNIE ENGLEMAN ters Misses Sue Taylor and Nannie Woods Engleman and Mr Earl Cole man who have been at Dripping Springs for a month or more are at home again t MR R L WARNER is In Lexington Miss MARY McRotiERTS Is with Lou isville friends DII E J BROWN wont to Mt Ver non yesterday J T EMIIRY AND It C ENGLEMANnro attending the Brodhead fair MR AND MRS JAMBS F HOLDAM went to Crab Orchard yesterday MRS GEORGE P MAURY has re turned to her home at Joplin Mo POSTMASTER J C FLORENCE Is at Crab Orchard drinking the henlth giving waters JUDHB STERLING F GUIMBS spent several days at Harrodsburg with Mr Sam C Lackey Miss HBSSIE T ENGLEMAN has se cured a good position in tho Knoxville School for tho Deaf and will go there Sept to take charge LOCALS For flower pots with saucers go to Furns HEMP reapers csale Get our pri deli J L Beazlcy Co Two rooms over Church of Christ for rent Ed Hubbard Stanford JOHN M COOCII the Gilbert Creek section is building n good two story residence on his place Goon family horse for sale Any body can drive him Will sell cheap W G Cowan Hustonvlllc Ky Ix ST Two black face lambs When last seen were near cemetery on Hua Jonville pike Reward W W White Iy lie LOST between Stanford and my home a pair of ladies shoes wrapped in box marked Sam Robinson Isaac Hamilton FOR HETMy property on Dan ville Avenue Good garden andcow lot Miss Mollle Daughcrty See Mr John A Evans a bridge carpenter fell from the Livingston rail road bridge Wednesday and was in stoutly killed lie leaves a family Tim Laurel County Fair the best of them nil will be held at London Aug 28 29 30 31 Our old friend Ed AI Chilton the clover secretary has our thanks for a complimentry TUB Brodhead fair is In full blast and if you want to see a good show of stock and people by the thousand you should go today Large crowds were present yesterday and Wednesday and A record breaking one is expected rTii ire will be a great reunion of the Blue and Gray at the Camp Grounds about 21 miles from Kingsville on Sept 13 11 and 15 There will be speeches by a number of prominent men marches by the old soldiers camp fires at night etc J R Miller is the commander in charge MKSSKS M S BAUGHMAN Isaac Hcrrin and L R Hughes went to Bar bourvillo Wednesday to testify in the case of tho Commonwealth against Jesse Fitzgerald and Annie Henson The above gentlemen talked to the pri soners while they were in jail here and seem to have gotten some useful Infor mation To S C HORSEBACK Mr Uriah Dunn of Hustonville who spends his winters trading In horses at Barnwcll S C passed through Stanford Wed nesday morning on his way to that place He was astride a fine saddle horse leading two good horses for the Southern market It will take Mr D 13 days to make the trip NEAL relict of John 0 Neal died at her homo at Tur neraville Wednesday afternoon of a complication of troubles and will be burled In BufTaU cemetery at about 1130 this morning The funeral will bo preached at the Turnersville church by Eld J W Ilagin at 10 A M Mrs Neat is survived by a brother Dr T M Lewis of this place and two sis ters Mrs John F Cash and Miss Dor cas Lewis of Turnersville Deceased was 76 years old a devout member for years of the Christian church and a most excellent woman No children were born to Mr and Mrs Neal but they raised several girls to womanhood and they were a father and mother to them Truly a good woman has gone to a rich reward may her god deeds here be emulated YOUR SUMMER 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 1 SON I Alle- nKIuEuWilliam SarahNeal I AM prepared to fill orders for poplar and oak shingles Write for prices E W Creighton Kingsville Ky TUB tax j ooks randy Call in and get your receipt Remember the penalty goes on Nov 1 T J Hill sher lIT MR HELM has Steen our favorite since his entrance in tho lists and we arc delighted at the luck which has given him his hearts desire Congressman we salute you Richmond Register SlJEiTAHDMr N Sheppard familiarly known as Boss is dead at Cooper Wayne county aged 82 lit was a cousin of Judge M C Saufley galIpard was postmaster under Cleveland and held many other offices of honor and trust KILLED BY A FREIGHTTRAINThos L Daniels who married Miss Pearl Cahbell of this place fell between freight cars while braking on the QtS C and was instantly killed The re mains were brought hero and buried Wednesday afternoon Mr Daniels was a Mason and was buried by mem bers of that order Deceased was 28 years old and lived in Rockcastle coun ty The following people from that county came down to the burial Mrs J E Woodall Messrs S C Franklin L W Bethurum A B Furnish and Revs Bands and Briscoe I DESIRE to express my profound thanks to the democrats of the Eighth district Lincoln county of course cluded for their promise of support and efforts In my behalf in the race for the nomination for Congress My health would not admit of my making a further canvass and for that reason I was compelled to withdraw from the race I pledge my hearty support to the successful candidate and promise that when the ballots arc counted In November Mercer county will be In the democratic column good and strong Gratefully John W Hughes Harrods burgBouaNEThe sad news was received here Tuesday afternoon that Julian B Bourne had died of pneumonia in a hos pital at Prescott Ariz It is not known how long he was ill Dr Manon True heart a cousin at Sterling Kansas was on his way to his bedside when he was informed of his death The body will be brought here for interment and willarrive tomorrow or Sunday Mr Bourne was a son of the late Dr M L Bourne and Is survived by a brother Trueheart P Bourne now of Cheyenne Wyo and a sister Miss Virginia Bourne of this place He was a bright young man and his education was gain ed here and abroad He attended Yale and later read law in Berlin Mr Bourne had a splendid knowledge of the law but his health since a severe spell of typhoid fever was such that he could not practice it being necessary for him to remain out of doors as much as possible It is indeed sad that a young man so full of promise should be cut down as ho was and his friends and relatives here are deeply grieved by his taking away THE Local Option Committee met in Stanford Wednesday afternoon and Mans were made for a strong and open ampaign all over the county Tho lection is set for Wednesday Sept 12 and is the most important election called in the county for many a day The friends of temperance and morality and the solid business interest of the county ought to get to work immediately and rally to the fight This is not a olitical question and all good democrats and republicans can join together to strike n blow for the moral good of the community We are confident of arrying the election by a good majority and yet can not afford to be Indifferent in the matter Let all friends of the cause discuss the issue on every occasion We welcome publicity Any cause that is afraid of tho light thereby ondemns itself There will be public speaking In different parts of the county and the question will bo thoroughly discussed All join together and snake this an overwhelming victory for the good of Old Lincoln Harrodsburg recently went dry by a large majority Let us put Lincoln In tho list of cou- ntiesso rapidly increasing In number that havo voted for sobriety and progI CSB Work and vote for local option Sept 12 TUB COMMITTEE H h iTiw trial of Jesse Fitzgerald for killI ing Mrs Robert Broughton in Knox county was not completed when we went to press MR REUBEN WILLIAMS who attend ed court here yesterday is the last surviving veteran in this county of the Mexican war 104 men left Lincoln county to take part in that war FRANK COHDIER soldto B Land his house and lot in Rowland and will make photos at reduced prices for two weeks only Thanking the public for its liberal patronage in the past Frank Cordier I DESIRE to sell ate once at private sale n fouryearold mare a flve year old horse a pony surry phaeton road wagon farming Implements lot of household and kitchen furniture in eluding 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 the house recently bought of Mack Bruce and 33 acres of land adjoining Will sell cheap on easy terms W R Denham Stan ford Ky MATRIMONIAL Rev II D BumettTof Slence Hill and Mrs Ada Dawes of Somerset were married at Highland yesterday License was issued this week to J W Brock aged 17 to Miss Lucy Allen Check 16 to wed at Dripping Springs Mrs Charles McCann of Baltimore announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Elizabeth McCann to Col J Hul Davidson of Lexington David P Rowland of Danville announces the engagement of his daughter Susan to Cecil T Farmer of Frank fort The wedding will be in the early fallMiss Harriet Dietrich of Hppkins married at Defiance 0 to Guilford Seward to whom she was to have been married 35 years ago when the match was broken oft Seward has been married twice both wives being dead Corporation Counsel Lewis has made the claim that Chicago is the home of the Pullman cars and that they are not exempt from taxation because they travel from State to State It is thought that at least 1700 car loads of Texas onions have been mar keted through Denver Col this sea sonCapt J B Ryan who served with distinction under Gen Forrest died at his late home near Russellvillc FARM FOR SALE I 108 acres of flntcnuland lying on Hang hag fork Lincoln county SIIlIIIiI mllo from pike between A Htnn tent This u one of tho lest farms In the county Jood dwelling of six roonisnncl nil necessary outbuilding Kenclng In good Olllllllull IIIIIIIItr flllllnl of fitter- w KHHOMAKKU H K 14 Not Htnnfonl Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will tell ut public uuctlon nt my pine at MllledgevllleonTIItTKHIIAYHKIT 1111 l My stock of general merchandise together with the toreroom Alto my hou o and two acres of land adjoining hover contain hag tlverooms good lawn everlasting well of tlne water ousu and lot ut Morelaml also oily ncros of land on Ornh Orchard Fork Amlles Houtli of Oral Orchard Tills hind him on It n comfortable dwelling and U neresot the land under tenet will also aelltt IIro1 cuttle 2 nlre Jersey milk cows godndikers S horses both good driven 8 hoc 8 In uua1 repair spring vrngonSteUof buggy learn hold kit len htrnlture ronlting of nice organ milt folding bed 8 bed suits couch wardrobe I sewing nuseldneIcentrotahles2ixtenlon table 8 sets of chairs 7 rockers carpets 2 heat ing stoves I ranges and other things too nu merous to mention Terms made known on of sale J W DIHIIONMllletlgov111e- Col J I Chandler Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to quit house keeping I will miHATUUDAYHKITIOTII nell nil my pertoual property contesting of I good buggy mnre handled by woman or with perfect SlIftYllerIwhich gives galloni of telfercaif5monthold buggy phaeton of harness new mats saddle 1unionoolscrammer A lot of carpenters new washing mnehlne end wringer washing tulwl bath tuba A lot of lioiiM hold uatttrrsseireorscnses dittoing table many good and useful things for house keeping two numerous to mention I cook stove IInl utenwl At the fnme time I will offer my house and lot lot contains about 1 acres with dwelling of IIroollll Iernl out build 11I11 No1 well fine splendid water right nt the door Its ono of tho lest locutions In till county fora man that wants to engage In the I nnd coal huslne Tho lot runs n long the line of the q A C Ilallroad u switch now on the lot nlto n small warn house that Irakis alxmt 1 eRr loads of baled liny now u ed by tho Columbia Hlngletreo Oo Peter Chandler auctioneer Hale be Ktni promptly at oclock Terns made known on lay of wile UKDHRN WHTUMB McKInney Ky AMERICAN LADY CORSET0 We have just placed on sale a brannew stock of new shape Corsets in the very pop ular American Lady Brand SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY wwsalsotiara ti eo mtia r 1I Fifty More Suits 4 i at Half Price IjlIc To get stock well cleanedup for ithe Fall season we have decided cut to ONEHALF the price oni t SuitsI1They 1 i are good styles Every one of i them Former prices 5 toJ5 present prices 250 to 750ii i CUMMINSMCLARY iSTANFORD KY 1L11M sd1tiN0 tiNd tiLdK77N 4 ti + IJIIIII + fllltllllillflt+ IJlllllflfIIIIIt 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 wiltI sonable merchandise FALLWe are receiving Fall goods daily and feel justified in saying that we will be able to show you as completeJand 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 yourself w mnnnif L M RUBY COxDry Goods Notions ShoesI5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court Ho csejSTANFORD KENTUCKY utIiII UIU 7The Interior Journal Uttered in the Poa 0fct at Stanford at b weaod dare matter TBZ1UBI1BD TUKHDAYH AND FHIUWH AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH te When not so pats 1200 will be charged Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Wrory good and Salt Stable Lancaster Ky wellfed And cared for Up to st3l9rses rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSED ft OLASB30N Prcri tJ1JNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rites i Special Attention to TraTellng Men and Hay For i IINSURANCELite andwtndFire Lightning th 8THOoiGKIiT and uomplnllllteplltmtoo i fslble Rates lulnlltec Talk with It MAHONY Stanford Kentucky tIRhlenC6 Phone No 82 I When In Dunvlllo stop with BeG FOX Livery Km and Wile Htubl Jlulei fancy hund tor sale thisicnsad horse cults B G FoxDanvilleKy BDCARTEFtSuccessor to Bruce et Carter livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to Ml prlvnteiy my fnrm ot 10 acres 5 miles Went of on the Lezi ington pike It U well Unproved uud hn of water and timber fenced repairAlso ot 100 acres tying midway between Lancaster and lex Intfton pikes Good outlet Welt fenced Terms reasonable TlJIKUlUNU Jtarlubury Ky 46 Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rondymnde clothing when there it IUtl clIITertiiict In the of high imdarendymncle suits and n suit made to 70nr taken by an experienced Sailor I hove haiuUome lino spring and 8ummergood I cnn make from n low price ndnessuit to the finest dress suit Also rerconts trousers und fancy vests The torn puny I represent U one of the heat H C RUPLEY the Tailor XJa21 Trajlor tDIALIB IV ffilsKi Brand WIIIBS Boor Glflars Etc CTrpnter House t Ole to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt ml polite attention Nothing Lu the fets ts drink Mill pbon cr leltgripi orders rclvi tfoapUUentlon e c 8r Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Rome Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They jrilljexcfaange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Priliee Bight STANFORD KENTUCKY ik 4 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lot of old corn for sale J B foster Stanford FOR SALElOO bushels of seed rye A D Root Stanford 3t Three Southdown bucks for sale J Nevin Carter Turnersville Lack of help to care for wheat wil cost Nebraska farmers 5000000 W B McRoberts sold to Mrs W R Dishon a suckling heifer calf for 10 Angus Pointer won the 214 pace at Poughkeepsie N Y in 2031 and 203 Albert Stcmpfley bought of Anton Theiler his farm of 40J acres never Ot tenhiem for SOO August Belmonts famous racing stable and glass paddock on Long Island Was destroyed by fire Hardin county raised 450000 bushels of wheat and it is estimated that that county will have 750000 bushels ofcorn Dr W F Hickle bought in Pulaak for his brother at Knoxville a fine saddle stallion by On Time at a fancy priceWe have for sale 20 ewes and logos young bucks At the J F Cook farm five miles cast of Stanford J LI Barnes 4t W B Burton of Lancaster was hero Monday and bought 11 mules and one horse paying an average of 165 London Local Mat Cohen of Richmond entered 17 rings with his fine horses at the Har rodaburg Fair and took 15 blue ribbons one white and one red A half brother to Pegasus was pur chased at auction in the Saratoga paddock by Fred Burlew for 7000 He was the property of John E Madden Summer Diarrhoea In Child ren During the hot weather of tho sum mer months tho first unnatural loose ness of a childs bowels should have Immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious AH that Is necessary is afew doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of the first M Ev Church Little Falls Minn writes Wo have used Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it- a very valuable remedy espeolall for summer disorders in children Sold by Stanford Drug Co Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1006 as far as reportedColumbia Aug 214 Lawrcnceburg Aug 214 days Springfield Aug 15i days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 114 days YearsBred For 10 years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes 11 A Gray J P of Oakville Ind It was so severe that 1 could not move part of the time consulted tho very boat medical skill avail able but could get no relief until Foloys Kidney Cure was recommwd ed to me It has been a Godsend to me Pennys Drug Store In the distillery ofher husbandat Wolfs Mouth on the Cumberland iver in Kentucky the lifeless body of Mrs Ed Scott was found on Friday afternoon by a child Wounds indicated the woman had been struck over the head with a revolver as her skull had been crushed in several places The husband has disappeared and officers are searching for him Gov fBlackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further omment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ent known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any olle remedy 1 have ever used ItGet a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all druggists and country stores The aged millionaire was observed to jump from in front of the speeding automobile and hurry away Youre wonderfully agile It remarked one who had seen him Nothing like practice It replied the millionaire The man in that auto was tho tax assessor Philadelphia edger Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold under a positive guarantee to cure instigation sick headache stomaoh tloublc or any form of Indigestion Hit fails the manufacturers refund yonI money What more can anyone do Pennys Drug Store A fino portrait Thomas Jefferson was recently found in a historic house in Richmond Va Democrats in Wash igton take this as a good omen that the principles Jefferson bequeathed tot teir party are to bo revived More than 100000 has been invested Cincinnati members of the Christian- CatholicchurclHn Zion City foundediby John Alexander Dowie A 141 Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea como on without warning nod prompt relief must obtained There Is no necessity of Incurring tho expense ofI a physicians service In such cases IfI Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is ut hand A dose of this remedy will relieve tho patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to full oven In tho most severe nail dangerous oases and no family should bo with out It For sale by Stanford Drug Co Corn is 14 feet high in Kansas and Kentuckys second mint crop in the greatest on record Kansas is yelling for help to save the corn crop Self reliant Kentucky will take caro of her mint crop herself Houston Post Hay Fever and Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Poleys Honey and Tar an it stops dllllcult breath ing Immediately and heats tho In flamed air passages nnd oven if It should fall to euro you it will give instant relief Tho genuine Is in a yellow package Pennys Drugstore HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FanI ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic la all thing lair In nil things clean In nil things It Is essentially family paper Hy a special arrangement we are enabled to of fcrthe WEEKLY COLHIKHOUUNAL year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription forth com btnatlonto usnot to the Courier Journal PA KEA HAIR BALSAM- Cleerwad txutlTel hI hula lniqrtnl Krth xr Tails to Itaoro Hale to III Youthful ColorT Cum eiRid liiMir IlhairY4 POSTED We whose n mm appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tress passing on our places and wilt prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mm Kate Ador Kelchenbach Bros Von8rueolganAlbertVonOruenlganFred Alfred Simpson George home HIM Mattie II Howe B Kelcbenbach Charles Cummins Joe Ballou A 0 Dunn home DaughertyfitPeter W garter J Kevin Carter Mrs Hayden Welch A D ttoot J E Bruce F Shotnsker Thomas Kerrlll Green Kerrlll PJ Conn John D Oamenlsch BamTrtwbrldge Ieter Dalmer Charles Ensslln Frank Oordler John Meter Samuel Lindsay Jacob Oncder Mrs Alice Ljtle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L Nunnelley J W Ilaughnian Cnrltten Orayson J 0 Carpenter Jacob JfMwtln Bam Oameron Mm j Ashlosk Knit Hnmlorf PUBLIC SALE of Steal Estate and Per sonnl1rulwrty- oumtenclug ill oVIork A wo will otter for Mile ou- WKDNKHllAY AUCI J Wesley Kulxinki fnrui ol MX mires Ttiu hunt U loeutnl 8 inllM north of Httiufurtl south of llnlihlt on the county road tllllt lateraeuts the Stanford lUll linn yule mill thu Uuili llrniioh plku Till farm U suitable for hemp tobacco curl null wluHiliuul linn I here of uncultlvnt woodlnnd IMIII orchard of great variety of fruit mill gtinliti I uKxl t story ilwullltm with i room u cistern ut the door and- nyter fnlllnit prlugs tin the fnrui Ilarn ntl nil new uiry oulliiilldlnK The luuitf It situated III n augur gray of iilxmt Ill sugar trees hndkone ol the liciiltbltt ilni s III the county unit In mi exitlimit nclifhlor liixxl The pcnohnl property follows Two ninrws good guy mare unit both gout smlilliT Thrtt goof milk rows with younx cnlrw extni line lot of olilcketn large ronrcn gar e I ilionf wnion buggy nnd I buck Itonnl double A harrow bindrri plow hIr siagidiggernild tannin tools nnd Ila1dement mans multljn IndyXMiildliiTbtMUlvnd 4 frntbcr Uils ers sewing Mnchlni hsitblgture6eauelothnn olairsaapItI- sdtuni rhiilr e pluh holllllllIlurcblilra- wllh rockir to nmtiii L rockers 3 txirpHtit 7t nil Kw l iimttlne kitchen tnbltM illnlnti tnblis I invalids llIllr s front ok tnM I rustle crab I iHiriwt loom nod 1 pinning wheal ami ninny iithxr thinK too numerous to mention or Imlf of till growing crop will ir sold with or wjwnito from the farm IlrolrlrIIIIIUIIIIIIICand nlxive luiynlile III W ilnys with goal IIOIM Aduwl on the farm Inlmin In ii nd i veurs nt a per will Interest with lien rewilm l Oil fnrni until sold MllKilltlP KlItNKH CIKO A KIT ItS liH lilt WCKfllANKH Ailnir THE VEIL Is not always used to protect tho face from the elements and keep tho hair In position but by many many women and girls to hide the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the skits There isgcrm life in tho akin and ZEMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kills out this germ and leaves the face as smooth and soft as that of a child ZERO will positively cure all skin and scalp diseases such as Eczema IP its many forms ringworm tatter pimples dandruff or any itching skip disease Get a bottle today at your druggists Prepard only E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOUIS MO I III GUARANTIED AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD UP I leave just received BIG LOT of tho above stoves and sun now reads to furnish you ono at a reasonable figure- oQ GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky REDUCED PRICES Mciirt S500 Suit Reduced to 8 100- Mcu8 80GO Suits Reduced to 500 Mens 87fiOuiU llcdiicetl to 000 f Mens 88CO Suits Reduced to 700 Mena 8000 Suits Reduced to TfiO Mews 81000 Suits Reduced to 800 Mows 81200 Suits Reducc to 1000 Mens 812r O Suit Reduced to 1100 Mens 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200IThe above prices areon all our Spring ande Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoon Huto mid Caps Ladies nUll GontV Ptirn U ings Etc the storo that eaves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY 20OOO IN PREMI1JM THE = BIG = BLUEGRASS =PAIR 20000 PREMIUM I I I4EINGTOl SEPTEMBER 17Ji TO22nd The biggest and best Pair ever held In the South Classifications Include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Koppa famous Military Band High class Amusements of all sorts Catalogue and other Information address GOO A RAIN Secy- LexingtonIFor Ky if the Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 00 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIERt J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPERt W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK- DIRECTORS J D OwsLir Stanford IIV BIIAMC Stanford O W OAHTEH Turners rule W n UUMWIIH Ireachenrllle L O Couch W jne burf W IL THATWH Queen Creek It L llonnir Lanoatr W U WAIKSII Stanford J II FOSTER Stanford W II TANK Stanford t J II PAXTUN Stanford AVo rMiwotfully solicit till accounts nflnillvliluiili Finns nml Cogarationhank and e Hnnkfrs nre pnpnnrlto furnltli nil itcpiHltors such ncsoinnuKlnlloin AS sire consistent with wiff honking Mu l ruHnlrty IKo U llosIn our vault fur utp of our llwlonters First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000i This institution was originally established as tbe Deposit Rank of in Hit then reorganised as the National tank of Stanford In 1665 and again reorganised as tbe First National Dank of Stanford In 1113 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facilities fur transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before in Its long honorable career Accounts of IndlYlduals Fiduciaries and Core poratlons Solicited IN Officers J UOOKKK Presl 8T HAHRIM V Pres J J MoUO RUTS Obr W II WEAKRNAsst abet Directors r Reid OanrllU T Harris Stanford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney D Elmore Stanford 5H Haughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jfas Robinson Rubble J II naughman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Try One of Our New Perfection Oil Stoves i LOWEST PRICES George 6 Hopper Stanfora Ky i