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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r o T T LoF IS d d r q R f tt I1hi a I1INEWS OF THE VICINAGEI II M Jackson in t 111111llitoIoyton Hondrlx cut Thomas Shanks so scrloiikly at Hlchmoiid thin It fearaJ ho will die Tho steel plant al Mlddlosboro has I brownb1colored girl delivered an address of welcome to Mss Helen Gould and f party at Uorca College Hobort W Diihnm of Danville has been transferred from the dupartmenl of labor totho Census department Clrcull Judge Charles Ialtonton of the Lebanon district fell front n street car In foulevllio and broke his firm nnd J p Thompson Is holding court In ills steadAt Richmond Jack Sowoll lifo savor of tho Kentucky Hlvcr rescued his family from their burning homo In the past 10 years ho lies saved 20 lives a Hurt Hartley n flagman on the L ft N was struck by a locomotive near Ilttsburg and It Is thought fatally hurt Ha suffered n fracture of tho skull pad was badly crushed about tho chest Tho new Central Kentucky Fair As soclatlon of Danville Incorporated by filing articles with Secretary of State 11111 The capital tock Is 7600 nnd K W Llllard and II C Hrlght ore the prlnoldnl Incorporators Itoprerentallvc Gilbert secured tho esutblUhmonl of n frost otllve at Kbor nozer Meteor county with William S Bailee tu xwtnm tcr and also secured the appointment MIII Mary Hart ford formerly of Kentucky on the temporary force at the census olllae Fire destroyed tho stable of K C MuWhonernl McWhorter ami also that of If Lutz Hosldos losing his barn Mr McWhortor lost two fine mules and throe horses All busheU of corn a lot of bay harness ota and Dr Lutz lost everything In his barn ox cept his horse nod cow Cape C C Calhoon who wont to Barbourvillo to muster out John Pow ors republican mllltla company was unablo to do so because the members on their return from Frankfort had taken the arms Into tho country This company went to Frankfort In advance of the nuaenlnallon and was notified n minutes beforehand to be ready to stand the xllco back which they did Yesterday Hero entertained Miss Helen Gould ono of the mot glorious characters of current history a woman who has used tier vast wealth to ameli orate the condition of less fortunate humanity winning a name like Flor coca Nightengale Her visit was es pecially Interesting as she has already given 16000 to Uoroa College and the college Is anxious to have an additional given Hlchmond Climax- A band of women kuklux raided the homo of Anna Rainwater at Wllllani burg and cleaned out the place thrashed half a dolton boys who wore there at the tlmo and put to lllgbl soy oral girl who o raiment was rather scanty and then made the furniture look like It had gone through a wreck Tho Rainwater woman got her share of attention and n warning to got out of the neighborhood McCUKAUY FOR OOVKHNOH MO WHEAT WANTS plat AIIOVB ANY IIODY KLB- KVAUBY VIEW TKX Juno 2You will please send my paper lo Valley View Texas as I want the trulh and I can always gut It when I get the I J I am now living In a democratic State I have mat with several people from Kentucky I hope that Lincoln county democraU wlil Instruct for tho lion James H McCreary fur governor for If pmnlnulcd ho will carry the Swuu by at least GllOOO or 70000 majority I am for him like I was for ibo faithful Wm Go bol Iwoe for Gouhol over Iho Held now urn for McCreary over the Held ilo Is a man that Iho demo cratic party hue weighed often and never found wanting Ho has always been pure and bright The party has always found him In till the hunted hilL ties for our beloved party Ho hUll never run off and hid himself nor has ho over run thin thrown scaling wax over his mouth against the party Sumo and Ilnnlln whoro are you Where Imvo you boon staying and what have you been dolnxV Wo do not find fault with you for what you have done altogether but for what you huvo nut done If you hud inounuid tlio raging stump for Gotibnl the parly woiilil now be culling for you Thu democratic doors are now thrown with upon Now Is the time 10 redeem yuumolvcH Come hone come In nnd live und move with a party Unit you are not llIlIlIcclor Any democrat knows vhat It is bettor lo voto the democrat In olllco than to let In any kind of u republican The shot that killed Goobel killed tho re publican party In Kentucky Now democratic brethren you will make no mistake If you will nominate honored James 0 McCreary for governor of Kentucky I am for htm first and Becklmm second If this In dono lookout for 70000 for the glorious old dote ocratic party In Kcnucky MO W II BAT Iho comas man will no doubt on counter a good many girls who May tthey nro 20 but who would pass for 25 and who look and really arc a5 r y tI IIPalled to put In an uppcafsinoo wok Mr Mtoto Hurndon took 28 men from this town to work In yirumla i minusMr J II Mlllors letter In the Cou tier Journal In reference to the KUlitr imiorlal race linn the right ring MlM lIortlo Hilton hits returned homo to spend tho giinnnor Sbo made a host of frlomU whllo here Ivory ono ol whom she richly doHorvcs Japer HUM put Duo Turner tend Jor dun Iaclo on the trail of Curlier and Preston who sawed out of jail laura sums time ago und thoy arrested them In Iiourboneoumy Mr It B Hujjhoc of Loulsvlllo vtljl spend noxt Sunday with relatives here MoflnrH II A il MRrk bury nnd Ceo D Robinson have icon summoned to Frankfort to servo on tho U S grand- jury I am under renewed obligations to lIon 00 Gilbert for valuable public documents He has made an able hard working member and ho has been true to his party and the people Ho should ho and ha will bo reelected by a largo majorityAs over a week ago Mr Fred IrUblennd Miss Allen Hudson woro married Wodno day and utttcd on a tour through the South Their many frlendHoflfdr congratulations Tho wedding was beautiful In every iipimlrit mont anti many hmtutlful presents were givenJ Hller roporls II dull market at Cluhmond Monday Ho bought 100 good owes at 410somo butcher cows ol 3u and a throcyoarold snare at JrtS 0 A Bwlnobroad bought a family maro for 836 and sold hits entire lot of lambs at 6o loaded on ears J L Me Cary shipped a car load of hogs Satur day J I Hamilton bought Ova gold Inge at from 910 to 1100 Ur W N Hush U being treated for nervous prostration at tho InQrmarr In your olty Mao I11 Klkln was hero Ttio day MM n K Thomson has returned from Louisville Mis Ilcltlo Miller hat gone to Kboxvlllo to visit hop brother Co W S Miller Mr Dave Walker of South Carolina Is thoguostof his brother Mr J J Walker Mon who favor the sale of liquor on the grounds thin thoy want to bo free moo nnd tako a drink when thoy want It do not ruallM what liberty U It Is often the wise that those who drink are Blare to tholr appolllos and would glvir the world If they wore free to lot It alone The man who doo not drink ill the freeman All democrats are urged to attend the mass convention nt tho courthouse next Saturday to select delegates to Louisville whore dulacalas to the Jfa Nodal convention will bo selected It Is understood thatUarrard will Instruct for Gov McCreary and Senator IJIack burn an two of the delegates from the Statoittlargo and net for the boat In terest of tho party lo other matters On noxt Tuesday at 6 oclock p M at Ute hums of the brides parents on Richmond Avenuu Mr Jesse Waldcn a popular young business man and Miss Annie Lloyd the attractive daughter of Dr and Mrs tl C Her ring will bo married Kid William Waldon brother of tho groom ofllciat Jnir Tho attendants will bo Mlsn Mattie Thompson and Fisher Herring Thoy will make tholr homo In Danvlllo On Wodnoaoay the news reached hero that Jesse Arnold hud shot a railroad conductor at Nluholiisvltlo or that ho was accused of doing tlO and was arrested cm tho charge Ill fath er W A Arnold und lion II H Tomltncon wont there to InyoHllgato time matter under laml that Jesse suv he did not ilo tho shooting and that the wound U very slight Trouble nro o over the Signing of a scalpers ticket which Arnold lint bought und which ho hudu right to use If property signed As tho rites for governor becomes warm our democrats ao wisely asserting that personal preference should bo lulil aside and wo should nominate tho strongest moan It is understood that Gov McCreary would accept thu nomination und while was always a great fa vnrllo ho has endeared hlm self to tho people uy his action In help ing to keep pauno during tho troubles nt Frankfurt Ho and Black aro near est to ilnmocrnllo hearts In this county but both sides are willing to Instruct for the strangest nun It U thought liy MIIIIO that the Sih district will go solidly lee McOroury If hits mime Is bo fore the convontloii It U agreed that Lliut Gov Hecklittiu It an shin wor thy und oiiurairooiM man hut It U claimed that he Hhouhl for lime present thoolllcoto wliictj hei was elected and muko thu race for governor later Ir life It U necessary to nominate a man who cua win und who hits had ox perlonco In public Kflnli In times trouble A THOUSAND TONGUES Could not rixwTM Iho of Annie Smlnser ofllW Howard St 11illaitliliU 1a when she II that lr Kings New nincomy tor Coniiiniplloli hat nurplttely rural a liacklQit rough that fur many years hail niailit ills a Imnleii All othrr rriueUlri anil ilocton ronltl giro hr io hut she saps of this Royal Cure It removed Iho talu in rural I ran now eltrpscmndtyeoutethhnl I van Riiwly rfmcnilwr UoloB reuniting prates throughout the fnlvtrw Bo will everyone who tries Ir Klnl iOW forinjr trouble o tho Throat Chut urInJS trite SUM brit liotllca frw at Ieunya Dnig Storrj crcry Tottleguar uU oJ YlI DR WILLIAM SHELTON Tho Retiring Presidents Tim concert and elocutionary enter latnmcnt given by MIJiI Ellen and Flora Balloufl classes In Stanford Female Collogooccurrcd during ndranoh Ingrain but It did not deter tho peo plo from attending In largo numbers and they were well repaid for braving tho storm Tho young ladles aro high ly artistic In their tastes and when they aro at thin head of any entertainment the fact Is n guarantee that It will bo excellent and that of Wcdnoa day night proved no exception The pupils showed careful drilling and long patient teaching and did great credit to their preceptors It was wonderful how the lllllo tots had been taught to perform so well the long selections in many cases without tho sign of a note In sight The readings the panto mines the statue posing and thu pleas ing little comedy woro all given with a spirit and perfection which elicited hearty applause Several of for young ladles deserve special mention but we might lay ournlvc llablo to time charge of invidiousness so we will simply say that nil did remarkably well and give the program in full Piano Marcho Mllitairo9hubert Kate Waters Minnie Sine Kate Mcrshon Arethusa MoAllbtar Susan VaoArwlalo Marv Higgins Virginia Bourne Mary McUolwrtu Levies Harris When tho Minister Comes U Ta Katie Dastln Plano Atnorlta WRite Hoffman Alllo Huffman MyrlloOHannonKoh Penny Minnie Sine Maude Varnon G rattans Heply to Mr Corry Archie Bailey Ulkin Tho Hero Woman Janlo Dawson Plano Alpine GlowOeatenAr- chie Klkln George Monafoa Bruce Wcaron Mario Mahony Mary VanArsdalo Many Hundley Minnie Sino Catherine Hoffman Myrtle OBannon The Hoys Rovengo Kbcn R Hoxford Polly Traylor Gossip Pantomime Piano Minuet MOl rt Susan Van rsdRlo Marv Hundley Bruce Wearen Mary MoKoborte Arabia Klkin George Mcncfeo Le visa Harris Sun Taylor Rnglomun Janlo Dawson The Prize Violin Kathorine Rlttor Brooks Anna B Dam Piano Hondo Stroabboj Katie Bastln Arethusa McAllsicr Annolic Allen Knihcrlno Huffman Maudo Varnon Janlo Dawson Hot tie Anderson Mary VanArsdalo Mary Ellen Duddcrnr Tho Judgment DayEIixaboth Stuart Pholps Virginia Leo Bourne Ilano The Maglo Flute Moanrl Anna Darst Xottl hock Myrtle HughCH Stella Hill Alllo Huffman Etta hello Clod Koborta Cash Sotlo Alcorn Hoping Mothers Entertain Josephine Haydcn My Sisters Bet Feller- Katherine Huffman A Comedy liTho Only Young Man In Town CIIAUAOTKU9 Mr Drown the only young man L H Hughes Miss Franclna Burnaby R literary lady Anna Darsi Mr Uu becca Barnaby u young widow Mag gin Traylor Miss Hannah Staples n domestlo lady Janlo Dawson Miss Is abel Smith u coquettish lady Polly Traylor MIc Mulllda Dlx hostess Mary Hundley- SciiNK IHomu ol Miss Dix a Homo of tho Burnabys 8Miss Smiths dressing room 11111111 Sta ples Kitchen 1Mr Browns lodg logs IIHoIllO of MUs Dlx 78 and- 111Ir Brown escorts tho ladles home 10Mr Browns lodgings Piano Tho Alpine Storm vKunkol Virginia Bourne Arethusu MuAlls tor Alllo Huffman Kulu Winers Mary Higgins Katie Mcrshon Pantomime Nearer My God To Thee Staiuo Posing 1 Victory i Music From Earth to Olympus 4 Strife 5 Reading tho Paper Humorous Intelligence 1 Song of frlutnph- PantomlmoFlowerll fBY an oversight wo tailed to include In Mss Ellen Ballon roll of honor Tuesday the name of l1eJ Mary lUg gin She praciloed bar piano lesson the entire year without mlaslng u day Little Miss Kato Waters performed the remarkable fiat of OommUting to mom ory 2051 note in 10 days Tins Opera Hquso was filled vaster day morning to wltnngs the oloslng ex orolaM which began at 1010 with an Invocation by Rev S M RankIn followed by a rendition of Splndlora Lo Trot du Cavalier by Misses Myrtle Hughes Mary Phillips Stolla Rill Mario Mahony Mary McHoberts Ka tlo Mershon Sue Taylor Englsman Ratio Ilastin Rev W H ltyals of Richmond was than introduced anti taking for Ins subject A Voice or an Echo Which delivered an eloquent address to the graduates full of prac tical thoughts and timely suggestions There was moromuslo and President William Sbelton addressed the graduates Misses Sophie Alcorn Lltu Belle Cash Ktta Belle Cloyd and Evelyn May Euitland complimenting them on their good work and the successful is sue of their labors closing as follows And now in testimony of your profi- cIency In study and excellence In de portment I tako great pleasure In pro senting to each one of you a diploma duly signed and Mal d from Stanford Female College May you worthily wear the honors of your Alma Muter and may God crown your earthly lives with his richest blessings and give to you at last an abundant entranco into Ills eternnlltlngdom Mrs Nnnnle Sautley presented tbo diplomas anti the last act of the gradu ation was performed The young ladles were lovely In white gowns and when they sat down friends almost covered them with floral and other handsome offerings Lleits Maroho Hongroiso was rendered by Misses Myrtle Hughes Roberto Cash Anna Darsi Nettle fleck Etta Belle Cloyd and Sophie AiI cornDr Shelton then came forward and spoke us follows I desire to express my thanks to the people of Stanford and Lincoln county for their patronage and for tbo Interest they have always taken in tbo work of Stanford Female College Wo finished today the labors of the 8lst year of tbls Institution The work of the year has boon pleasant and sue cessful The pupils have made good progress in their studies have been exemplary In their deportment and Imvo attained high grades in their ox amlnuUons We are sorry to hnye to make the announcement that we now lose two of our teachers Miss Mary Hubbard leaohor of arl and Miss Bonnie Na hers teacher of primary and prepara tory classes Both those ladles have won for ihomBolves a warm place In our hearts by tholr gentle nnd refined mummers their true Christian spirit and iholr profloloncy in their work The whole school both teachers and pupils regret the necessity of their leaving us und follow thou with our prayers for the blessings of heaven to bo upon thorn Wo are glad to announce that Miss Bottle Paxlon will be a regular member of our faculty for noxt year During tho sickness of her sister last winter She took charge of her classes and liar work was so satin factory that we desire to retain her permanently In thu College Wo tuke pleasure In announcing that Prof John A Miller iaM of Rice villo Totem has boon unanimously elected by time trustees to u place In the faculty of the College Ho brings strong testimonials of high uburacier us a Christian gentleman and of great ability us u teacher and disciplinarian This day brings to u close my work as president of tho College For live years I have hold this honorable and responsible position During this time I have found great jrleusureindia charging the ditties of the olllco In retiring today from the position I do sire to oxprtes my sincere thanks to the irusteea and patrons of the College and to the ladles and gentlemen of Stanford and vicinity for tho uni torte kindness and courtesy extended to ma during my connection with the College In closing today my con nection with It and ceasing to bo one of Us teachers I do not cease to feel a great interest in Its prosperity acd sue sees but shall eves pray for the bless r ing of God to rest upon the work ofjlle trustees Its teachers and Its students It gives me great pleasure to an flounce that Mrs Saulley who has been Lady Principal for five years has been elected by tho board of trustees to the presidency of the College Sho will outer at once on the duties of the office by gpiilng everything In readiness for tho opening of tho noxt scholastic year on Monday Sept Id 1000 I am gludulso 10 announce that Miss Mattie Paxton Misses Ellen and Flora Ballou will continue their connection with the College and that Mrs Martin bOllrdlnllIand vicinity Would It not bo good pol- Icy for them to unite their efforts In building up the College to a higher de gree of efficiency nnd success The College needs your help In order to be come In all respects what It ought to bo You can help it by your patron ago Send your girls to your home school for their education Instead ol plltcesYouthat Inlluenco In Inducing your friends and others to patronize the College and thus Increase tbo number of stu dents You can help It with your mon ey It needs Improvements on Its lauding and grounds It needs addi Lions to Its library and apparatus It needs many other things to bring it up to the present standard of higher ed ucational advantages It can secure thus advantages from no other source than from the liberality and public spirit of the citizens of Stanford and Lincoln county In contributing to the permanency and success of the College you aro contributing to the moral Intellectual and financial eleva lion of your own community When he had concluded Rev F W Allen pronounced the benediction and the 31st session of the college had come to a beautiful close after a most successful term We are glad to know that Dr Sbelton will not entirely leave us and that his counsel will bo given when required to his most accomplish ed daughter who now succeeds to the presidency and for whom everybody entertains the highest regard May the school grow and flourish under her watchful care and wise management Kingsfille Llncoliv county There was a recital at the Christian church last Friday evening by C Estel la Ford of Grand Rapids Mich Dr C M Thompson attended the Confederate reunion Our postmaster J L Johnson loft Monday for a months stay In tho Northwest Ho will visit Washington Oregon and Idaho while there Dr Joe McCarty of Harrodsburg Is here on a visit to his brothers W L and J M McCarty Mrs Henry Meade of Georgetown was the guest of her brother Assessor C G Baker and family Lllllo Miss Bertha Thompson has returned from a pleasant visit to Dr Isaacs family and other relatives at Woodstock Miss Kulborlno McKinney of Ml Salem returned home Monday after a very pleasant visit of a few days with the MUges Johnson Mr and Mrs J L Johnson bad tno pleasure of entertain lug for a tow days this week Mrs A P nunn and children of McKinney Mrs J K Carson and children of Humphrey and Miss Lena hello Itey nolds of Stanford Jesse D Wearon of Stanford was hero Tuesday Station Agent J R CundilT entertained his brother of Somerset several days last week Tutco Waters late of Chicago has returned homo after several years absence In the West K M C MIDDLEBUR6 Died on the 1st Mr John Welch Es tea of grip Ago SO years Prof Davis Is repairing tho school building and preparing to move within the next two or three weeks Judge John Tllford of Llbeaty was hero onI business Tuesday Mess Lula Adams returned from a visit among relatives on Fishing Creek Monday Q C GodI by of Liberty wax visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E J Godby and captured a curiosity in a fowl that no one has bean able to Identify It meSuresI three feet nine Inches fron and can be seen at Jeters store Me Wheat and wile left on iho lilt for their now home In Texas Prof Edgar Fogle started on a trip to Europa on the 4th Prof W 11 Smith of George town College passed through hero Tuesday on route homo from a trip to Clinton county Rev George Green and wife attended the reunion at Lou isville Charley Goodwin and wife re MonIdayhero will give a strawberry supper at Dr Lem Godbys house which Is better known as tbe old Wesley homestead Friday night G R J j THAT THROBBING HEADACHE WOllhrqllltkl leave you If you nerd Dr Kings New Life TliftiuamUof sterns hoe prow wl thetr mdclileu merit fur Sick anti Nervous Ileailtchfi They wake bloat and strong nerve snit butts up your health Easy to take Try them truly tf cents Money If not cured Bold l r Penny Druggist The Stanford INTERIOR JOUIINAL with u new press now beading new dress and In enlarged form shows un mistakable evidence of deserved prosperity Louisville Post I 1 d II GOOD DRESSER LWAYSJATTRACTS l ATTENTION t se Hy using a little judgment even the moderate salried man can dress attraetlyelr and look stylish nnd neat Drop in And let us vivo you aJJvIlQintel1 on how to v dress this Spring Our Dtiahioai is to dross people nnd to dress thorn perfectly from head to foot Clothing of all sizes and qualities guaran teed to fit and well wellj 5 Negligee Shirts New Neckwear Straw Hats Low Cut Shoes1fEvery timing to make you look well find feel corafortnblofSi i Hats Shoes Furnishings It Pays T Trade At THE GLOiJE Your money back If youro not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Froliman A Co r Nor 1tALL PAPER i For 4 Cents I f- In my Store ready to hang I have 30000 rolls of newest patterns of Wall Pape prices 4c 5c Cc is and 8c roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see time valor matched up Just as it will look on the wall and got it at once SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 308 Main Street THE RED CIRCLE PILLAssists tho Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTORt yeaniICure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the groat majority of ailments caused by a Torpid LivoteD- OES NOT 1TATTSEATB OH GRIPE I Hut acts gently on the live Zt doses in a box for 25c Try It once and you will never be without It ForSaloby W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky When You Needt Paints Oils tt V Consult f kt Craig Hocker Stanford A C SINECO- NTRACTOR 1 t tit BUILDER STANFORD SE1 TUCSYoI make close estimates on work andtguarantee perfect satisfaction as to manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during the 15 years that I have been in business herefcarry a full stock of Doors Sash cJ r Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc will duplicate any prices offeredttnln J A ALLEN a CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY = Material Yellow Pino Flooring Celling nooifihave now it complete tock of HulldlnR Sash Illlnds and all kinds of Drusscd und Iloncli Lumber Ingles and Stcul Hwang oust 1iMtt Sec We make estlnmtu on any kind of work wanted OIUCo opposite ilrI- R Cooks t We have tho Sole Agency for the i 1Warqoart angec n A Ramo with the Latest Improvements nrtodnto finlsua strictly hlgbKrtell Itange nt a very Loir Irlco Call and reo It d Ir Qeoi l e P rrifiililfi fQ c r t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL toe 1 STANFORD KyJNE S 900 WJLrrONIC7 P THAT Kentucky Campaign or the Law the Ballot and tho People In tbe- GoebelTaylor Contest Is the title of a nicely printed and bound volume of IH peace juet from the pre It Is tho joint work of R K Hughes F W Schaefer and E L Wllllamg bright young LouUvlllo newspaper men who have admirably succeeded In their endeavor to present a nonpartisan blsto ry of one of tho most exciting politico tragedies ever enacted The book Is bound In extra cloth with artistic coy er design In color and ought to sell readily at the low price fixed 8170 It has 100 Illustrations Including a good picture of Gnv Goebol and It Is thrilllnsly entertaining from chapter t 1 to the close of the 45th and last All the startling events from the beginning of the campaign till the final do cUIon by the supreme court In favor of Gov Beckham are given In well chos en words making the book a valuable addition to current literature as well as to history As one of the authors Mr Hughes Isa native of this county a local interest Is given to the book which will doubtless make It sell rap idly here TUE unexpected happened In the In dlana gubernatorial convention and what was expected to be a long drawn out contest was settled In short order John W Kern being nominated on the first ballot B F Shlvely withdrawing f before it was taken The platform re affirms the Chicago platform and in- dorses W J Bryan for president and puts tho anttlmperlallam and antl trust issues In the fore ground Chair man Ralston took occasion In his speed to go for Gov Mount for protecting fu gltlvcs from justice In his State simply because those fugitives are charged with complicity In the murder of the democratic governor of Kentucky His remarks were loudly cheered sbowlni choradaTIIERz to the primary election restricted to those who voted the democratic ticket in the last election that the committee In the 7th district met at Lexington Tuesday and rescinded the call for the primary substituting a district convention at Paris Jnly 10 precinct meetings to beheld July 0 and county conventions July 7 The restrictions were also reo oclnded and the doors thrown open to all who promise to support the noml nee and also the democratic nominee for prosleent Juno Gayle John R Allen and others who withdrew will now shy their castors in the ring again and put the question of the nominee In r grave doubt THE New rimdemocrats have wheeled into line Their platform promises that the party in the State will support the platform of the Kan sas City convention declares against war taxes In time of peace declares for the parity of gold and silver as curren cy demands the abolition of all cus toms and tariffs between Porto RIco and the United States condemns trusts and monopolies and entangling alliances demands just and liberal pension laws the election of United States senators by the people and favors the nomination of Bryan The delegates at large are David B Hill Richard AugustVanWyck i A DIPLOMA MILL at Chicago wag raided by government officials and lour of Its faculty arrested For any sum it could get out of an applicant a diploma of graduation was given in law or medicine and it la stated that the bo gus lawyers and doctors the concern had manufactured mire practicing all pver the country But after all It doesnt nake so much difference Half the so caned real article of both pro fcssions are engaged in guessing at what is the law and what Is the matter with a patient and the bogus can guess about as well as they AFTER one of mostdisorderly conventions ever hold in the State K C ORear of Mt Sterling was nominated by acclamation for judge of the court of appeals in the 7tb district The convention way at Louisa and for three hours bedlam refined till Burns and Auxler withdrew and then the thing was over ORear Is a very short horse and I1 a lawyer was never heard of outside of tho vicinity of his home His name was to a telegram during the assassination times and that has caused moat honest men to be prejudiced against him A DISPATCH says that the Kentucky exiles are being treated like royalty at Indianapolis Every day they are of honor at the homo of some leading citizen or are banqueted at ono of the hotels or clubs Birds of a feather lock together and by their treatment of assabslnatlon suspects the republicans Indiana show that they area little lower than the lowest of a low kind of politicians Assassins have no place in the borne of honest men and honest men do not harbor them IN his speech to his comrades at the reunion Gen Basil Wpuko said I wouldnt give three continental damns for politics Politicians vote for each other to secure olllce for themselves but Confederate soldiers fought and bled for puretove of country Good nun Now let him call ofT his railroad and all will be forgotten in admlratlonI t of his daring deeds In the The West Virginia democratic con ventlon has nominated John II Holt of Huntington for governor oTHE Senate by a tie vote rejected tho nomination of W D Bynum to be general appraiser of the port of New York Bvnum headed the revolt against the democratic ticket in ISO and while tho president wanted to pay tho debt ho owed him neither party thought ho ought to have It Let him henceforth be anathema maranatha TAYLOR has thrown up the sponge preferring be a live cock in Indiana to becoming a dead ono In Kentucky Now let the rads trot out John Ycrkc and see him Ret the life beat out of him BE surrt to attend the democratic convention tomorrow and give Hon Har voy Helm a big boost for delegato to Kansas CityI- 3DIANAPOLiS Juno 7W S TaI lor has issued a statement declarln himself out of the contest for the gov ernorshlp of Kentucky thereby reliev- Ing tho party managers of tho embar rassment of having to sidetrack him Ho says ho has endured all be can stand for freedoms sake at present and must be permitted to rest FRANKFORT Juno iGov Beck ham appointed Dr E B McCormick of Owensboro superintendent of the Hopklnsvlllo Asylum POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Congress appropriated 85000000 for the St Louis exposition Tbo administration ball will ba giv en at Frankfort tonight Judge Lewis contents himself with a simple announcement of his candid acy for governor making no promises nor any suggestions Arcpubllcan parade with 25000 met In line will be given at Philadelphia on the night previous to the opening of the Philadelphia convention- At Catlettsburg the democrats of the Ninth district nominated J N Kchoc of Maysvillc forCongreas The nomi nation was made by acclamation Ex State Inspector Lester Is one re publican wbo would rather veto for a courageous candidate In a Kentucky jail than for a cowardly one In an Indiana refuge Investigation showH that C F W Nccler divided the postal receipts or Cuba pockctlngonchalf and rcmltttnt tho other half The monthly average was 817000 Owing to a disagreement on an amendment to the Naval bill Congress got into a wrangle and did not adjourn Wednesday but many of the members have gone to their homos During the first session of thc pre sent Congress there was appropriated 8700720470 of whlcn 8131247155 es tlmated to have been on account of or incident to the war with Spain TilE Louisville Times says that Sam uel Walton Severance is valcdlctbrlai of the honor men of the class of 1000 at the Louisville Male High School and adds that he has been a splendid rctu dentGov Bcckbam has issued an order to State Inspector Hines to Investigate the books of the republican usurping officials on Statchouse Square and Choir predecessors and ho is engaged In the workTaylor Will Run1 announced the evening papers last Tuesday Shucks said a Main street merchant Taylor has been runnlnjrfor weeks Tbo quos tlon Is will he never stop running i Richmond Climax The Missouri democrats in State convention nominated former Congressman A M Dockery for governor lJy acclamation adopted a platform denouncing the gold standard and reaf firmed the Chicago platform as teSslI verJust put It in your pipe and smoke It that no man responsible for tho putting of JeffersonDavls in Irons will ever be president of these United States nor will any man Implicated in the assassination of William Goebol ever bo the governor of Kentucky Loulsvllli Times BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Govo Bob Taylors wife died at Knoxville aftera brief illness Stephen Crane the American author died at Badcnwollor Baden Tho wife of Senator John Shermat died of paralysis at Mansfield O A little son of Prior Ietnbertou of Casey died from oatincr dried apples A Negro named James Watson was dragged to death by a frcljrhioned mule near Scottevlllu Michael Porter killed himself It Wlnllcld Tenn becauto hU daughter failed to graduate Mrs August Young of North Jack sou 0 died from an ovurdosu of pat enl headache powCorJChinese soldiers and Uuxerj fought an engagement near Pekin and mary were killed on both sides Maine Is putting out 2lM tons ol print paper a day being the second State in the country in this industry Worth Holmes of Saymour Ind took 10 grains of morphine an ounce of chloroform und then out his throat The statue of Thomas JelTcrson given to the city of Louisville Is so large it cm poi be brought through the tun nels from Now York Goo Manager J G Motcalfo has tendered his resignation to thu Ij A N Company and will go to the Dnnvor ft Rio Grande July W M Nowbold will likely succeed him The papers appointing Gen Joe Wheeler to be a brigadier general In the regular army havo been made out and will bo sent to tho Senate us sown is the Otis case Is acted upon Albert Sidney Johnson eon of Col Polk Johnson and a well known young druggist of Louisville died of gastrl tls and heart trouble ngod 33 We saw him with his father less than a grlcv1ed After torturing a suspect of the outrage and murder of a little girl at1 Biloxi Min in every conceivable manner to force a confession from him in vain the father of the murdered child asked that time be given the childs mother to try to establish the Negros Identity Imitating their mother who had killed a chicken wtyh an ax some little Indian children on the Oneida reserva Lion killed ono of their number in the some way thinking it a pleasant game Workmen near by wore horror strick en and dropped the timbers they wore lifting Eight were killed Gen McArthur reports an estimate of tho number of Fllllplnos killed wounded and captured since tho Insur rection began Tho number is placed 10780 killed 2104 wounded and 10424 captured There are now 2000 prison ers of war Only dangerous men anti olllcors of high rank are retained as prisoners Capt C W Longmlro and Scrgt B R McClure of Lexington went to Maysvillo to muster out the Mason County Guards They spent the night with some kindred spirits and Police Judge Wadsworth issued a warrant forI their arrest charging them with boo- Ing drunk and disorderly They wont to Aberdeen 0 to avoid arrest CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Car loads of girl converts to Mormonism arc passing through Denver to UtahJ Bailey writes us to announce that Sunda will bo observed as child rons day at Turncrsvlllo and that all the children are expected to be on handRevJ W Hughes president of As bury College Wlltnore Ky will preach at the Methodist church in Stanford next Sunday morning and night It Is everywhere recognized that a soldier is best paid for doing his duty by a strip of ribbon or a pecuniarily valueless medal On the other hand a badge In itself often spurs Its owner to deeds of valor and honor Harry von Trott cultural a y sungttWisconsin was among the passengers on Uocevacoast of Mexico The little Christian Endeavor pin was on his coat lie threw oil his outer garments and fastening the pin in his underclothes swam through the aharklnfest water and surfbeaten rocks to bring relief to the Imperiled passengers A great crisis calls for energy skill and selfsacrifice and fortunately for the credit of this age it does not often call in vain The American claims against Turkey arising from the destruction of missionary property during the Ar- menIan massacres four or live years ago are being vigorously pressed by the United States The American minister to Turkey Mr Straus is now in this country but before he left Turkey the sultan gave him repeated assurances that the moneftr should be paid The sum agreed ipwn Is about 100000 which is not more than onethird of the value of the property destroyed It in intimated that this country will break off diplomatic relations with Turkey if the claims are not settled The Methodists of Holton Rat were holding an experience meeting one day lately when a five yearold boy rushed excitedly in and gave no tke that the church was on fire in the basement The little fellow was scarcely able to speak but he said wI done it and ought to be spanked After recounting that the fire was subdued without much damage the Recorder says that of all the confessions offered at the love feast of that day the little boys was probably the most honest frank and sincere once They are telling up in North Missouri of a Worth county man who when on his way to the courthouse to procure a marriage license met the father of his intended and was told by him that he could not marry tie girl of his choice but might if he saw fit take the elder sister The young fellow thought it over aif e w rrrfnutcs conclud ed to accept time viler went on after the license and held the old man to his bargain Behind Admiral Deiwys carriage In the recent Chicago parade an enthusi astic spectator breaking through the lines began tofoxccuto u dunce The admiral arose t1o bow Ills acknowledgment wbon the horses started on a trot and the aUmlral losing his bal mince sat down with a bump greatly to his own amusement and that of the crowd A 1crmsylvatda preacher claims that a brewery was recently struck by lightning mnd destroyed in answer to Ills prayers The owners of the establishment have not however put sufficient faith in his orisons to sue for damages For the fltsttlme In the history of the national ccnauv there will be an cnunicration thls year of animals em ployed in clUes and towns Heretofore the live tockiceuaus has been confined exclusively toi farm animals Within the last 20 years a citizen of Springfield llrass leas planted and cared for lOU trees in the streets and public p3aoea ofthe town- Fifieeahutalged dozen hats a day Is lie outpict oC Yonkers N Y foe tory A FRIGHTFUL BLUHDEH Will often cause a horrible Bum Scald Cut or Inline Juckleni Arnica Suite Iho Imt In the world will kill the pitm ami promptly hay It Cures Old tSom Your Burn Ul ain Kclniit Corm all Skin Eru pilous llost Ille cure on earth Era s lax Cure giiirautttU Sold IVnuy Druibt FOX LOGAN SALEI LIVERY FEED AND STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Nurses and Mules constantly on hand and tor sale at nil times W Logan Wood Assistant Manager Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds Bplonda table Everything firstclans Porters meet all trains 80 FRITH HOTEL P PBAMCISOO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Bctt Hotel In the mountains rate con Mere Porten meet all1raiDio bftcUl attention to tray cling me- nLost Strayed or Stolen One black mare right toro hoofppllt from shoo to edge of hair small knot on left shoulder Any Information will bo thankfully received and duly rewarded MELVIN PIUHEHICK Yosemite Casey Co Ky OLD MOCK WHISKY VitasGeorge t1 l7eatbar contract tr PUlL CONTHOI axe SALE of Old Mock Whis ky In Huitonvlllo Ky 110 MOCK Danvlllu Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalized Air Physician In attend slice Office In the New Thompson UulldlnR ra Produce And Junk Wanted Highest kilt Prices raid for Scrxu Iron nnd till Wo pay iI pound rash for mnen hnvc locntrd In 1 ail e of c fKtf Dnnasldtoc lI1r hundred IIIjthtMt milt price for llrnw Copper Ac Onir anti shop two iIcMira fn in Main Bring In yourlroduce and got our iirlro- STANFOItn IUODUOKCO J Gold mad J IllekoIT TheGreen Store HUSTON1ZILLS New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur- fishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent ad vances and consequently tho prices art lower than other stocks bought since Roods went tip See my new line of Ho Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw hats JAMES FRYE implementStool5 vehicles oiall kinds is one it finish Jhernwith It dOeS iftOo xoosure asmuch as use IM wears tliemoilfandatewcenb invested m NC P wilt safe dollarsinwaerkl city of al e- necesslIs s1ve 1Mth11Ee1lt elseterAllltMhilslaldiColar YHedlspaltOP THE FIFTH AVErOTEL Louisville Ky Time most centrally located and only FJeSTCLASSlIotelln 2 RATE One block from time principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street carspass the door to all puts o f tho City Everything neat and clean HON JAMES D BLACK Of Knox Oounty Is a candidate for the nomination for the office of Govcrnori sub oct to tho action of the Democracy HON HARVEY IIIilMI- D a cnndlditn for dole ate from tlia Stl District to tho Kauiu convention sub Jcct to the action of the democratic party HON G G GILBERT In candidate tor rooloctlon to CongrcR from this dlntrlct subject to any regnln action tho party may DINK FARMER Ii a candidate tor Jailer subject to tho no tlon of the democratic party Ho solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln Couit subject to tbo action of the democratic party Your support U solicited FOR RENT I The property at Oral Orchard lately occupied by Mrs M A Singleton It Include residence garden pasture c Apply to 011 Singleton CrAb Orchard Ky 21 Horses and Mules to Sell I have Four 2 grar Maro Mules am Pour good Work horse tor sale IT 1m L Q Ooocil Wayncilmrff Ky 5 REWARDFor return of cow bought from Dud Holmes nnd which Icfl JtrodVad and went In the direction of hU homo about a month ago Sims U u email red cow with a white spot on the forehead hat sharp horns and U years old Mils W IL LrhCii- Wlldle Ky SummerGoods LighlMeiwar Negligee Shirts Silk Shirts LowCutSfyoes Serge Coats With or Without Vests Luster Coats Straw Hats Crash Hats Belt- sSOFT TIES Etc H J jncROBERTS Desirable Farm At Private Sale Duslilut to cliauitu cllmato on account ol my health I will sell at private sale my farm of 250 turrs In West County Kentucky 2 mllu Kant of HiiNtnavllltv and 1ti mile Wet of McKlimoy on 0 S It IL Tills turn sod Improvement mire among the best In the Ulna Urns region of Ken tack Tho dwelling U a modern brick and frame metal roof containing 0 room with ImlU lIOn and verandah Outbulldlogn include UfO splonilK and cnmtnodiou baron with 241ax stalls shed room for 100 rattle or 200 nheup other building Include icehouse buggy house meat house coal house iK ultry house lower pit and tenant liouxo of fivo room building are In tirstclass und compiiriitlvvly new Never falling urclmrd of lost variety of fruit Tho largur portion of thU farm U flntclasD tubuccu unu hemp land Alum dance of never fHllliiB niitur four rock waited pottds In addition to brunch through one sldu of tho pluco 200 are lit harm In blue grass or meadow with mSrua In wlmnt and corn fencing In cdlent con qunnttyTIdIvltoq If no delred as It lilinint In u Miiitrf bounded on North sod lam Ides by HUH tonvllle und Mc mChut y Tiirnplku ThU IIpprec1l1tCl1desirable place will rarely mul with ah opportunity to find this iiuulity on tyro IIII r liberal are Invited iltwlrlni to Inspect the premises to cull on or address mo at KyUS fliB Southern Mutual Investment Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Home Oincei Lexln lon IC- yeneral019cefunlailleli Ky llnnch Juices llalliuroreid Paid To Cortlflcate Holders 29213225 Passedjro BtstrvelFund 19600925 BARNES WEAKEN Local Agent Stanford STA NTFORDSI BUSY STORE I Literally bristles with Low Priced niul Great Value We havo opened time way for ECONOMICAL SHOPPING Y Anil our intlnceraonti are rent and substantial SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS i- For Thill WeekIDomestics Wo will again sell 10 yards of Calico to each customer for 3Jo pot yard Checked Shirting Cotton corker brand worth 7c ROM this week for JJc 20 Pieces of Outing worth 7c special this week 5c lied Ticking per yard Co 80 inch IVronlo Co Apron Chocked Gingham c Clothing Boys Wnih Tanya tOe Boys Linen Stilts Bailor collar lion ble breasted largo pearl luttoiu worth II 25 only 7Co Boys Llnon Coals well mama only 3TK Boys ImlUlon Vest Snit In wash goals for 4Sc Mens Linen Pants 4Rc Mcni Linen Stilts Mens Hlftck Wonted Pants 03c A big line of the 2W Pants left to close a1h39R- emember we are sole distributer of time celebrated Dutches Trousers The best Pants In the world Shoes Lattice black Oxford only Soc A UR Drive 100 pairs Ladles vetting top Tan Oxfords DOe Ladle lace turned solo shoes black or tan worth t3 only tl OS MenR Tan RlioM only OS- oMens low Plow Show nt M 730 In Millinery Mens and IJoyn lists am Lace Curtains Trunks Valises Aa we e prices arc shaped with n view to incceufi Louisville Store Notions Furnishings 3 Spools Machine Thread lOc 2 Ilunchen Finishing JlraUl Re t Big llrlvol0 dozen Ladles fut black sciinilcM linen 5c MlnlI Grey Cotton How 0 pair for 25o 20 Dozen Tan half hose mercerized and f high colons heels and toes worth 25c Rpeclsl thin week 15a- Hi Drive Ladles Jlihbed Vests 3 for llOo Mens fancy llalbrlggan Underwear worth U only ISc per snit Mens Negligee Shirt collars soil culTs attached 35c Mens Silk lie oat Shirts worth flillpe del this week boo Big Drive Mens last Madras Shirts two colors worth Vie only 4Re Mcnl good work Skirts II for tl Hoys Shirt Waist Ilk One lot Mens 25c Suspenders will be closed out for 15o Ladies ReadyTo Wear Garments One lot of Penislo Shirt Waist plain and tucked detachable collars worth 75c this week 4c Linen Skirts braided In white apron enrols worth OOc for Sod llluo Duek Skirt trimmed in while braid worth 1150 only LadlM Crash Skirt In Ram and CW ore only OO- clllack Vor txlrfkrlrt worth f1W go for PSo Peraallno UmlurtklrU igood bright odors worth 7fiatthIR pips CUll MattlnRS hugeBlinds irry the must carefully selected stock and My nova our immense sto- ckSRLiNCER BROS PRORS T D RANFtY MGE Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co I Of Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1846 Assets GOJ 1971 778 Liabilities 01 81070721 Surplus J5G2uG9322- Th Beet Policy The Ikst Company Annual Dlvldondn Ifiro placing your ip pllcfttlcntloo for Mfe Insurance se- eR B WiAHONY Agent Stanford Ky CJTltofercnces Our Policy Holders I S tt 2 LINK OF CLOTJlitlNGFor Men Hoys and Children eODD PKNTS H SPECIALTY I40 See our Line of Custom Made lut at 1 260 to 42i per pelt W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky o rnILJcTime l Shoes For Women At i3 61 TliCNu are Iho olcgitiit shoes on the mmnrketthmu III every respect nil modern toes mid lattt This In n rnro opportunity to shoe yourself with Style comfort and elegante You khoinl nvitll yoiusolf nf hide Rule CALDWELL LANIER Danville limo IxailiiiK Shoe and Furnishing Iliiimo of Dan- vllcTHE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This lit nw the most uptoiUlo Gallery In Central Kentucky having been rea t contly equipped with the marvelous AnaMlgmat Iinses tliu now discovery in optical science to say to time Liidlo that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received largo stock of the very Latest Designs if jYJouldi1gsIPatti run never sold In this lnoalily before have lo bo to lIlellcilio THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNK 8 ICOO t E P WALTON BUSINESS MANAGE DTlIK boat materials oi lnib caro skill and accuracy Inuro good results No other methods aro over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Miss SUE WOODS continues to 1m provo BORN to tho wife of Menefeo m more a son J O KLMOKKaml family of Jelllt aro with rolUlvcs horn Miss KATK HIAIN of tho West Kn t ale vUlllnjr the Misses Kill Mss ADA AICOHN of Hustonvlil U vlililne Mies Annie McKlnnoy- MissHACiiKi KELLY a pretty Dan vlllo girl It with Mrs T J Hill Mug Die M A OAIIVIN of nor e Cave li tho Riicstof Mine Helen Thu inond ITlioJIAS OANN and wife of Liberty wore tulle week consulting Dr It A Jones Du Jots II IJKClf who has boon at tending tho Loulivlllo Dental College at home Miss KATIIKIUNK HAUOIIMAN weot to Danville Wednesday to visit Mr Montlo Fox IT was thought Wednesday that Mr r U Cobbjwaa dying but ho rallied and la omo better MrSSCATHEKINKTATK of Madlioi vlllc It vliltlnc Mince Roberta and LlUi Hello Caeh Miss MARY CURTis weut up to Pint vlllo Wednesday to visit her elite Mrs I N Howling MRS HOIIKUT PITMAN and MUeSt Coxatt of Iarksvlllo aro guests of Mrs Maltlo Novlun J W LOCKHIDOI of Hiiatnnvllli was registered at tho Wlllnrd Iloto LouUvltlc Wednesday J A BOSTON hUll dls oscd of hl ll ervj business at Shelby City nnd moved back to Lancaster Miss ALVIUA VANAIISIIAIK In at homo from Hamilton College Ixjxliii ton a fulllledircd graduato Mas W S GUINBTKAD nod MillI Nettle Grlnsteod of TaylorDVllld vltltlng Mrs K II Heazloy Dit J G CAUPKNTHK wont up to Mt Vernon to testify for tho Common wealth against K Wilson Mns KU7A HAIIAHU and Brett daughter MUt Mamie of Hryantivlllc aro with MlM Annlo Ihllllp Miss NINA CAiUKNTKlt daughter of Mr J A Carpenter of Ierryvllle wn one of the graduates ut Caldwoll Col loge Danville Mils J W UASTIN camo down to coo how nicely liar llttln daughter Kallu had progrcwcil ut tho call 0 0 during the year MISSKS ILA HOLOAM ol Crab Oroh ard and Mary D Kennedy of MoKlfi fey have been guests of MUscn Luclli and Clara Cooper DIL AND Mlis hums lUitDtook tholi ton John OwMcy to Louisville thi week to have Dr Win Cheatham treat hit eyes for granulated lids MIL A K HUNDLKY IB ono of tin committee on taddlo and combined horict at the Elk Fair and Carnlva at Lexington Aug 13 to 18 Mil MAUION Titul MEAnT son of Dr P 1 Truohcart sends us an Invlta Lion to the Cooper Memorial College commencement at Sterling KnI- t Miss UKULAII McKiWAiNof Frank tin arrived yesterday to vhlt her kit r tor Mi J S Ownlcy Jr who will entertain In her honor tonight loins U IL BilONACati and daughter Muse Annie Hronaugh of Crab Orcb ard visited Mrs Molllo Uronaugb and attended tho commencement cxerolftcs Mats WALKER Mow lloltrtlt and Muse Florence Uolklm of Versailles and Mrs U P Hluckoy of Louisville aro tho cunuls of MlM Salllo Duddcrar Miss HFNNU NAIIBUS will leave for Washington today whoro she makes her home She tins innda many friends hero who regret that she will not ro turn MKSSIIS J W McvViioitTKii and Mel Uoyally of Casey no good adam 1ocratand hot a republican as acct lived were hero this week and called to Nee Ll- dMiss JANIK ELAND dulluhtfully entertained the Rending Club at her country home lasL night Soiuu 21 couples uora present and enjoyed that ladys hoepllullly to the fuottt extent rill young Indies of tho Prcnbytc rlan church served delightful Ice dream cuke and strawberries In Ows I ley Hall Wednesday night and took In n nice little sum All tho pretty girls acted as waiter Miss EVELYN KASTLANO who got tho highest degree of use graduates received a box of beautiful magnolias by express u few hours after she had received her diploma They wore sent by an aunt in MRS EVA EASTIWVND tho aged mother of A G Kastlnnd and Miss Evelyn Kmulund of Dunvlllo are the IUStcl of hlinsulf and wife Messrs lirent mind Hurry Motcalf Carlisle Clollund Howard iOasilund und Miss Mary Lou Kuglland are also with them and saw Miss Evelyn May Kaetland graduate LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work NKV neck wear at Cummins tt Mo Clarys Ion SALTScccondhnd wagon scales J II nan hman Co DONT miss getting those Bargain Percales at Severance t1 Sots TllK INTEUIOU JOUUNAL 23 col umns twice n week only II per year ScKKEN doors windows screen wlro water coolers ly traps fly paper nt Higgins sit McJIDnoylIit FRESH reception Oakes select city crackers and cakes ice H Furrln Co LooK out for our special Juno olTc Ing of slippers and shoes Sovcran ifs Sons FUKSII car load of lime salt nUll cement just received W C Greonln Hustonvilla SiKOTAL price on 40 ROIl f 5 Inch woven flro fence for 10 days only O IL Farris do Co ONOK In a Ufo Suchvalues In ladles slippers as wo are offering Rev oranco l Son Til K colored Stanford ball team tIe fcatcd the Uarrodsburg boys 12 to 8 hero yesterday Tin game of bull between Huton vlllo and Stanford advertised for tbls afternoon baa boon called oil Tho vl Itors could not come A IAKTIAL ccllpao of tho moon villi bid ail over North and South Amorlu will take place Tuesday evening noxt It first enters tho shadow at 7151 and leaves It at 1111 P M A DAUYA dally paper will bo sued from this otllco during the 1I1Is tonvlllo fair July 25 20 and 27 If you want advertising space wrlto for It at once First come first served DasulI four leading lire 10 Buranco companies I represent the 0111 Continental tho counties of Llncol Boyle and Casey Olllco Lancast Street Phono 82 R B Mnhooy LANCASLRK Tho ladles of Falrvlo church will glvo a strawberry supp at tho church on Friday night 6th for time benollt of the church The raf rest ments will bo worth the money nnd cv crybody should attend Tin unusual sight of u bayonut CBI tus with 100 beautiful Rowers Ig rull bloom on It can bo seen In the jrardo of Mr and Mrs James Dudderar for a slip of which with 10 flowers on h we lire Indebted to Miss Mary tile Diiddernr TilRolty council did but little las night boildn allow claims Dr J P eyton and M D Klraore wore nj pointed n sanitary committee and Lho ifllco of olty ditcher was create and Wm Dunn wax elected to It at 81 a day Ha It to keep all tho dltohus In town open Quit business manager II playing In i streak of good luck thi week Tues lay Mr J It Farrls nnt him a llbon sample of the finest honoy mortal man ivor tasted or saw and tho following lay Mr M S Baughman pre otod him with a pig with a pedigree as loos UI limo swine Itself Ho Is very proud TUB INTHRIOK JOUUNAL has sold lt rottroll Cylinder to lu job department tbo demand on It being 10 greAt that another press Is necessary Wo had oxens of inquiries about the press and ovoral offers Including ono frost iloomlngton Ind We still hue tit DxSU Gordon which wo will sell at n cry reasonable price IT It said that J A Boyd his assist Ilot will eueeoad Col C P Mmoro mu enonxl paisonger agent of tho L k- N and that Superintendent of Trans orttttlon Goorgo Evans will succeed jonornl Manager J G Motcalfe I IInll being suooe dcd by W S Martin ow su arlntondent of the Uendorsoi UUIon of tho road This will likely Jlve Col W F Sheridan a promotion to tho latter place SHOT THK CoNDUcroit A dispatch om NloholasvUlo SI1S Conductor Will Incest was shot Tuesday night as the train stopped at the station there Jos so Arnold a young man of Lancaster ndJooHlce of Danville purchased alpora tickets at Lexington to some otnt In Texas The conductor refused to accept tho tickets because they wore oM ones and told them thoywould havo to got oft the train thorn They ifuxed to do so and Arnold shot the conductor tho ball entering his back but dirt not sovsrely wound Arnold wall arrnstod and hold In 81000 to the rand jury which Is In session Jouw1PHILIPS DiSMissKD When tho eases of the election olllcors who ore jerked out of tho polling booth at lan City and hauled to tho police allon In the patrol wagon because my would not give up tho ballot box Clt1Atthat this olllcc white I hold Itl mil bo used as an Instrument of per icutlon to oppress any man or further tho Interests of any man or faction I lorofore an city attorney dismiss all thcllo eases I know some of thoso votannown and respected for years Ho Is a moan of unquestionable integrity No word can ho said against him TIn sixth annual oloouttonary con- teL of young Indies will occur III Wai tons Opera House Juno 22d and rnmlccH to surpass all previous con tU tts Tho contestants have nil had much training along this line and stand aL the top of time classes In which they IlIvo studied Tho following IB a list arrodsburg Miss Mary lay Sauce abject The Ionvlets Soliloquy Indicator Graded School Miss Clara larding Tho Gypsy Flower GirlI lanvillo Miss Lllllo Roberts lohinond Miss Sadie J Haughmun Whoro Is Anncttn Lancaster Mhll Pears Bettls The Yankees ourtship Lexington Business Col lelo Miss Mario Grlllln Llttlo Got den Curls Winchester Mrs Brocks clnst Miss Mary L Devcrcau Mad Malli Mlllersburg Miss Julia Cnrpon Lor How the La Hue Stakes Were Lost A 825 prho will bo given the IIUL and 810 tho second l sSlneo Manager E II Beaxloy ave us tho above ho has secured Miss PoUy Traylor to represent Stanford PLANTS of all kinds O J Nowlan SKK lamshanks for Dcerlnu Mower and Binder Repairs DEKUINO sections and blades at low prices Gem U Ferris Co PRESCRIPTIONS p ptly aecu ratcly filled at Craig ifs Hookers TAKE your watches clocks and job work to Etnbry k Englcman NOTICE Your city taxos for tho year 1000 aro duo Settle by July 1 L U Hughes collector Fort SALK PRIVATELY My re81 donco and store house tho latter occu pled by Pennys Drug Store J W Hayden NPOlL buggy and wagon tires rmennrJ spokes barbed and smooth wire all sizes at rook button prices go to HUI t Becks r A C SINE has rotated the storeroc on Depot street formerly occupied by 0 P Huffman to Sam Sail wan sky of Cincinnati who will open a mlent clothing store next week RonilEO John Parks a Casey county lumberman was robbed of tlf0 at Lebanon He reported to the polk and Nellie Caldwoll was arrcfclc charged with the theft Later she con teased and 8105 of money was tound In a can lying In a gutter In tbo street Vat COOK brother of John Cnok tho barber died yesterday morning after a long illness He left a wlfo and a number of children Ho was a Iood hardworking darker and his death Is regretted The U B P of which ho was an honored member will buty tho remains today MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Robert Haley of Bellcvuo 0 killed himself because his wife threatened to leave him W P Smith and Vise Jennie May Hoy popular coplo of Adair were married this week James Philips was overcome with religion fervor just lifter being nap toed at Memphis and railing headlon Into the river was drowned Jacob Wllglng a widower of 78 aod Miss Rhoda Withers the same og wore married at Rochester Ind All if the grooms 12 children were preseNt and kissed the bride The Rev W E Mitchell pastor of tho Owonton Baptist church Hud ths May Forsce ono of Owenlons lovelies young women wore married by tho Rev W P Harvey of Loutsvilleuncl- f the groom Tho announcements sent out by Mi and Mrs James E Lynn say that Mi tad Mrs J EL Claunch will be at homo after Junu IClh at Maple wood Somerset Toe happy pair 18 till touring In the East Win Fletcher 23 and Miss Judl llfrey 20 were married by Judg latley on the 5th Tbo bride U u sUlc ot the young man whom George Sioph neon killed at Crab Orel it rd the 111 or July JbOS and for which he Willi Hinged LAND AND STOCK Nancy Hanks 201 has been bred to Pcter the Great Lutes 0 Co bought of Mark Hardli a bunch of hogs at 4c J M Roberts sold to Hutchlns Bros 12 mixed cattle at 817 James Gover bought of Robert Rob ison a bunch of sheep at 84 In Warren county 82 export cattle eight 1450 pounds sold at 5c Thompson Bros have sold a number of hogs for July delivery at lio R H Bronaughs Juanctla ran thin In a good race at Newport Tuesday WANTED a good tnorougbred South own bucic Box 32 Mt Vernon Ivy J U Boone has bought a number of mbs for Juno 10 to 20 delivery at Cc James Popples bought In Garrard a hunch of fat cows at it to 31c and somi hOll8 at 4a- Harry Moore of Paint Lick hud hln to batch chickens In a tree 20 feet hove time ground R F Paul of Adair raised 1050 pounds of timothy hay on two acre nnd sold It for 814775- Beaztoy Urns sold to Joe Kcndlg of York Pa a harness mare and n com food guiding for 8250- J W Hudson of Bloomllcld hoe tlo1l1 Lady Dare half slater to C C arponters Dignity Dare for 8400 Six brood sows averaging 260 pounds ruur shoals of 100 pounda eaeh and two carting mules for ealc Mark Ilurdln1 P J Millet of Knoxville Teen ha urohascd of Mrs Mary E Illblor her arm of 323 acres four smiles from Par atJ5Juhnl White bought In Garran nnd Roekeasllo a nice bunch of heifer aia to 4c Ho also bought n yoke xen for 878 Dick Marsh has sold to a inlnlnj ndlcato his 228 acre farm in the sub IIrhs of East Paris al saoo It Is sup pOlJcd to have lend and zinc on It During the past two years B G and onto Fox have sold seven yearling a id two yearold pacers for SID20 Thn were all by Cecil stallions and throo of them are out of old Annlo U dvocaic Lutes fi tto shipped a lund of ICQ pound hogs to Cincinnati and realized HIO at home for thorn They bough- Sof T Harris 23 fat hogs averaging 220 pounds ut 4ie and sold 27 nice grow Inlr halters at Uarrodsburg Monday at 40 and a bunch of good yamling steers o The wheat crop title year will bo time javlest over known In 1802 Kansas hntl 3800000 acres of wheat and raised 1000000 bushels an average of Ik ishols to tho aero This year tho wlntor wheat acreage Is 4085810 as itlmated by the growers and the av rage yield will bo larger than that oj 180 Delicious Hot Biscuit are made with Royal Baking Powder and are the most appe t tizing healthful andnutritious of foods Hot biscuit made with im pure and adulterated baking powder are neither appetizing nor wholesome It all depends upon the bak ing powder Take every care to have your biscuit made with Royal baking powder if you would avoid indigestion j ROYAL BAKIITO POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK MT VERNON Rev pagan preached Sunday morn- Ing and evening In the Presbyterian church Our correspondent Is ut Winchester attending the telephone association Miss Gladden Ewers Is vlslllng friend at Pico Hill Wild strawberries were novor more plentiful or delightful than at present The best of tbem may be had at Sft per gallon Many of our chucch people were greatly astonished to learn that the unusually small crowd at church Sun day was partly due to the fact that n number of our young people went to SIgmans Spring and made for thom solves a picnic Picnics arc all righ for week days but they seem hardly tbs proper thing for the Lords day Drs A C Foster and W Sid Kelley John Uurkloroad W II Steels W A Parsley F P Elliott C F Scoville C M Randall Felix Russell and J P Wren witnesses in the Wilson case and all malt excellent gentlemen are stopping with Willis Adams during court Tflo argument In this case be gan this Thursday morning at 8 oclock There will be four speeches on each side- Perhaps the most handsome lloral design ever In Mt Vernon was present cd to W R Henderson one of tho college graduates by Miss Ida May Adams The design was In tho format a largo lyre covered drat with terns then with Luxlinberg and American Beauty Roses interspersed with pan ales and laurel The strings of the Instrument were made of Wisteria blossoms The design was made by Miss Adams herself assisted by tho artist O M VanCleavo Tom Stewart has returned to his homo near Wlldlc utter having spent both a pleasant and profitable year with us attending college Mrs Sam Pennington Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs George Gentry of this place The Misses Simpson of Pino Hill arc with Dr and Mrs Ewers Mrs Dryo and son James have returned froman extended visit lo relatives at Mlllcra burg Mrs John Whllohcad Is visiting her sllterInIaw Mrs C C Wit lUuis S W Davis now soda fountain has added many to his already largo number of customers Mr and Mrs Gus Stewart Dr Lewis Miss Richl son Jessie Munday and the Misses Fish of Wildle Stirs Nannie Elrod and niece of Somerset wore among tho many visitors nero during com mencement week- mWHETS THE REPORT BnomiEAU Juno 7I notice an item in your paper under date of Juno 5tb where Miss Helen Thurmond yery bit terly expressed hor indignation over u report of her marriage to R H llnmm of Rockcaatle ICwlLb whom she Is but slightly acquainted Now in reply I wish lo state that while I consider Miss Thurmond and myself thoroughly ac quainted I regret very much that such a report got started and feel that I have equal cause for complaint and that it le an Injustice Imposed upon us both by some ono who I presume wish ed only to Indulge in a lljilejoke ntour expense Yours Rcspl R H HAMM Cinnamon and hot drops knocked out Frank Williams and Grady Monlalno In Boll county Both leave families DTbc Biltlbh arnfy under Lord Rob erts took possession of Petorla tbo Transvaal capital Tuesday just eight months after war was declared The news was received throughout Great Britain with the noisiest demonstra tions and tho general belief Is that hoe tilities will ut once bo ended Miss Maggie Barnett daughter or William Barnett of Eallll county was bitten by a road dog a few days ago from tho effects of which she died In terrible agony A nOBBE a THE GRAVE A lUftlloz Incident or whloh Mr John Oilier of riillxlrlplila Ihe subject le narrated by him al follows r111 In a most dreadful condi lion Mywu almost yellow ere sunken tongue raMeU pain continually In back and aidw no apptlte raduay growing weaker d by day TllrtO 1lldol bd given one up Iortu natelya friend adloed trying Electric Sitters and to rar great joy and surprise the tint tattle made a iui rov nifnt I continued them use for three weeks and am now a well nun know they und my life and rolilwd the grave ol another victim No ono should fall to try them only guaranteed at Tennya Drug Store Cumcorlann Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Faro bolter than ever Fishing season in full blast Daily hake to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS MOil 1arkerV Lake Ky PETTXTT BROS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOHELAND KY tjilck and efficient attention to liurlali elegant new heart large ilnrk or Collin Caskets Itoliw Ae lptodate stuck of Furniture aiwayi on hand lright JI W PARKHILL M Oil HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN oxperlenceInolTorn Ills service to thin public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention glvim to chronic cases UHlcu Court louse over Ileailoy II Livery Stable Olllco hours from 1to5ra TllK FUENTI1 COACH STALIdON- Itegbtered QUASIIn French Coach Stud Hook ol Amen h u alto In llernblliiue Krancalte llariu NatlonauxNo rJSfltt wlnuorol the mast prize at the National UnlTernal Kxioiltloii In and In ISIS ro iirtlnit wllh over tin ttAlllonii Imported hyM H Tlchner Co Chluigo In 1595 with small tar black pulnu IS panda high weighs In working order 1M jwiinili Foaled on ISJI lured by uela1 or Cnniiiuin ol HiibcnTllle Department of Jjmarchl aired btIbegoverniuent France dam Uanl7uddnl by lierolutlon Ac Ac Quaita ran be traced back for over two centuries originating front across of the pure Arab lire created on Normandy mares tau ancient saddle breed M far back as QUAHI will link the prevent eea onoflisle at my farm ZS tulle rom Stanford on the HmtonTllle pike at 10 the Season Money Due When Services are Rendered cr 15 to Insure A UTlng Coll Mare kept at Vk per week 1er winal attention glen but no rcsponilbllliy fur ac cidents HMD DORSEY GOLDDUST- No rhe producer of line rftad and ICaitorn lioiwi a else iVat are now demand at good price Will uuke tho aeazon At to Insure a LIving Colt ROSCOEA good Mule Ja k will stand at fr to ln ure a llr lug roll Jersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes No tired by Old 1edro that rat SID and hllllIIa Ilia and 01 cow wllh that calf and one of Uvo that won the swee Ilake prize at World Fair wish Old IMru heading the herd ono of hit may honor Will ere cow at 5 each money duo when nice It render t with return privl liw Cows kdt at 60c per week 1enonal atten lion giteii hut no rtrponilble fur are doors I Kr CULTIVATORS We sell tho 1 s h Moline Brown New Departure Ja Cultivators p reAl One Iforse Five Tooth Cultivators If you need a Cultivator see ueSA j Higgins McKinney BOYSTIny your j Clothing Furnishing And Shoes Of ns nnd your girl will like you better We can Dress You ieelyt And Stylishly because we have the best goods Boo our New Suits Irate and Patent Latbrr Shoes tlUJImUHMS MCLAIIY SILK WEEK t All Things Come To Those Who Wait frMany of our customers have been waiting for those elegant Hemstitch Tafiotyi to bo offered in our CUT PRICE SALK and now here they are to b sold for one week only at prices not much higher titan tho cost of common goods They all go in this sale If you miss it you will certainly regret it First come first served Corded Taffetys Hemstitched Taffetys Peau De Souies Satin Duchess Surahs and Satins All of the above silks are in black white and many popular colors of deliotU li its which wo offer for ono week only JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Jfoxt Weeks Ad BIG OffER I- On Mens Shoes and Too Slippers Wo have highclass Tan Slippers and Oxfords of time celebrated wigler make that sold at IS to 25Q We offer you your choice at 145 These are tho now style toes aril flrstclas goods a ba- rgainMens ShoesSee what we offer you at 11 48 2 apd 8260 Regular Price SOc to II more SHIRT WAISTS Left of Iho Sample Line we ihowel early in the season at cost You cant afford to make a shirt wall t at tbo prices wo oiler them SEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court house PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugsry iStationery l I p Po tS l l if A fnTelephone No 2 Stanford Ky d XHE INTERIOR JOURNALl toFilesl tl the poitqfflte at Stattfonl at NOOn dau mailer IIU4hecStu1aYIIand FzidaQa- x dlPER YEAR CASH wJilIn not opWffl200 tit beobloM KNOXVILLE DIVISION t6 traln going North w 4 HMHJ l1UAm- y U am South r it Mam 24II ur m For allirolntt J J KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 51 Arnlmf trI t 15A IL tO11Atr1MRtRW1ndt12t9 AM DU No B lelve1 Stanford et PI QUEEN CRESCENT Tnlnitrolo South pas Junction aw not alnp Not tI OI NoS UiMjUU Bo t 5 01rx 0alag South No 21CUllttor No4 LU II No 61 2Sp It 40 to u FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI tTrlnil aTaFr hkfort at650 v i40r n aedlrUmnoeetingat Ueorgotown with the Q A O leave Var at BIO a and ay0 Frankfort Alter ronurctliw with IJ ACIrmMM1120Au7aorxand9tsrUThe SOUTHERN RfliLlNfiy 1tINHYdluISr IaoAitiAa la a a Q 1a- Tcigm itppm- ArSbel Mini Cpm ULDm Ai aY txarls 9O txtp i acm- mb 4ranlear iatsata 6Rpm IOOtpat L n wales LLpui t waatraoara a 4 1Jo a ugaoa kips 5Cium Ike Veraanlea T5am Lc pm 6tsam- M asb a3 p Ram it 8helDyrl110 L10Am allpm 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flallf Noa6TaaaBdaUyercept8undorB- ctwoon VerruUee Nicholas Hie Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sonfla tOally excepSondajr OlbartratnadaO- yleSCestaORktVPaGM j it CULT T si- WMblBf Ms Ji O Washington DQ WATCBKOIA WMJLTUW1IAGPA- WIbllllto D a Loulstllle Kp l Half Rates tot Cincinnati July 10 1112 Round trip tkket will IK on Hie Tl Crecentiad return one fare for the round trip he dated aaided The radioed raW are on wun1c r an lual conTealton r B Y P U nf America The retnrp UmlU are Ultra Write tor further rtlculara Ue turn your ticket reads prer the jueen Crw e ent louts lilt melee shorter than aov other line from Chattaeooga Atlanta und the South 1U acheilnlee are the quIrtEMt iu train aerrlce U lanioui with tra aler vtriwhere ai the ucwt IoeriL In the South W C Ulixanoa II P t Ciacinoutt or II L Nitchell u l A rht1mnf wtll trherlntosendyou freprinted titter or BETW- EENLOUISVILLE and CIIICA6O- BEST LINE TO California AND TUB VAST NORTHWEST Two trains Lilly ezUpt Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room AIji iiicox D rV W Or titlasQ Murkct til MASS CONVENTION Purauont to the order of tho demo oratlc State Executive Commitlco ofI Kentucky tbo democrats of county will assemble at the court house in Stanford on Saturday June Oth at 2 oclock r M standard time for the purM8u ofsolaotlnp delegates to tho Stato Convention to bo hold In the city of Louisville on Thursday Juno I4tb for the purpose ot choosing delegates to tho democratic National Convention at Kansas City All persons who will at the November election 1000 be legal voters and who are devoted to tbe prln olples of tho democratic party and do sire to thoso principles succeed and all democrats whoby participating In said mass convention will fool In honorI bound to support tho nominees democratic National Convention sbnll nave a right and are hereby Invited to participate Itr said mass convention Lincoln county IB entitled to one dale gate for each 200 votes and fraction of 100 or more votes cast for tho head of the democratic national ticket at tho presidential election 1800 JNO W EfOLMKS Chmn CAUUIIT IN Tilt ACTA beautiful ly printed illustrated pamphlet has been Issued by too Queen t Crescent Route that Is full of interesting data as tho historic old seaside city of Charles ton S C EJTbo National Educational Association meets there in July nd every teacher in the land will be Interested and profited by a perusal of tho pamphlet It will be sent to you tree A beautiful frontispiece cntltcd Caught In too Act odds to tho novel make up of tho pamphletI If you are a teacher the pamphlet comes to you free Half fare excursion to Philadelphia and return on account of the republi can National convention Round trip tickets will bo sold June 1418 Inclus Ire good returnlnguntll Juno 26lh at rate of ono fare for tho round trip via Cbe apeakOit Ohio Rail way tho Rhine the Alps and the battlefield line of America Stop over privileges at Washington and Baltimore Tbo F F V Limited over tho C L O Ry is the only electric lighted solid 03t11 buled train with through dining car service and observation car For time table address C B Ryan A G I A Cincinnati 0 WOULD NOT SUFFER SOAGAIN FOR FIFTY TIMKS ITS PRIQK I awoke last night with severe pains In my stomach I never felt so badly in all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hard ly work I went to Miller Mcfurdjs drug store and they recommended Cham berlnins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dote fixed me alt right It certainly is the finest thing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not bo without It in my homo hereafter for I should net care to endure the sufferings of last night again for fifty times its priceO II WILSON Livoryman Burgcttstoirn Washington Co Pa This remedy is for sale by Craig Rocker LOW KATKS TO MILWAUKEE AND RKTURNA- CCOUNtOBNHHAI FEDERATION WOMENS CLUBS The Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville Ky to Milwaukee Wis and return from Juno 1st to 4th incuive at rate of 41340E Tickets will bo good returning until June llth nod extension to Juno 30th may be obtained by deposit of tickets and payment of additional fee of 50cFull particulars as to departure of Ken tucky delegates and other details furnish ed upon application to E II BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky 1NT QUEENTRESDENT ROUTE Reduced rates via Queen Crescent Route fur tho following OCCUHIODB Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa Juno 10th Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo JUly 4th B Y PU Convention Clnclhnatl 0 July 1215 G U O O P Somerset Juno 1st A big day at Somerset Special train will leave Nloholosvllle at 010 A M stopping at points en route to Somerset for this occasion Call game between teams of Danville nod Somerset Great set celebrntlon of the yuan Dont fall to attend For ruts ud tcbedule see shut hills on ask your ticket ajreuu A stronger teniuuruou fermoo could not bo prwauhwi itmn tIll tact words of J P Ruhr hunted ut IbUKjucrquo N M for inJiruer Said lie Get tlemn buware of drink It bus brought me to thld joaffold lVttier of fami lies train your children properly and tiach them to rneptct every on and for the love of Gnu keep them away from liquor for this the uuuso of my ruin Now friends In this ioy rant momonts I ask you for the love of God to pray for my soul HOWi Tills anyapeoftllarrhtlutcannotihtairh Cure F L CIIENLY t CImmrytarhonurahir le all hudnr tranrneluls and Seaml bytheirWEST TKIJIX Vbolrtale UrugiliU Toledo O ruggiu1ulelo IIcllndin 11IIHall Amity fills are the WIt rThe Ucrrord Qf Virtue Employer Jrave ntHcert Mr John that tm of an thb cTewl1I scan to put a our tnidle ifift and s yil into Uttc work that nd detail Vi too email io rcajpe your critical Attcntldh irflroura too long to cause you WrtlcClctT JY1ullyYycs ser- fEmployeiAlert so Mr Johnson lam forced to discharge yow nt once IV tssnchchapsnayouWmtjooutalnl start rlral ostnbllslrmar to after tire baT got tie whole tlllnrr down saL Jnrtgo 011 C4 t In IDtUIrd t her mother alth same stcrnarsjs put that boc away You are too ytrtrng to read romances Resides this ia Sunday It you cant something to read take your Bible At the cud uf halt tat horn ICailofl sDenco became oppressive What crt you dalnf Kulle Tin reading the briutilfnl romance oT Esther in the BfljlA ffliate vrbat ttn dolnff Chicago Triform Tae Muiloal 11dw Enid the lAanl On nmilo Goth Out am 1httiff won with my Uuaal When practice ft regale The flsreaaarquell And flw at the vwry tint l1otr 0avr Hoczort to ru NehWA mm 01r pUt LL JI1JT You remind cie f an hourglass Help you pass away the tUne No the later it gets the less sand you Mfm to havehlesgo Chron idle All In Ono Oar There was a yonnff woman named Mae br rather alt apotled It that wae EwAndwM And In other wars was auch a Jaal Inl1lanapOl1 PrOSI A Voaltlag Dad I cant to marry your daughter said Foxay II Hays you spoken to her yet1 naked the father No replied Use suitor You ice I want to gt your refusal so that I will have something to work on Philadelphia North American Unujnclolmljle- So that tiresome w man In the next street still visits you In spite of everything I havr emubbfrd bar all I daredeteu IP not of fering her A chair And she The next elute Rke brought a old lag obalrI Y World Tho last nore CrOBci 1 understand they cjUlad in Dr Squlbbi Yes Thoa I snppOfO there no hope fur him1 Nose whatcrter Dr Bqtdbhsi iWa called Dr Btott in ccwaltatloa Cleraland Plain Bic5- 1o o tot Oat ThsophQue duxun utnro U lID problem 11 you go by wHstprindp Theodoro What do you mean Xheopldlns Why if a noa id long vaiUxl in some charactcrlrtlort he lit bound to bo shortParted in oth m Pncfc The U1 Wa- yIAdyIt Items to me CMCO berriec are rather 21L- realerrm tIN theytar rot their full growth maam Lady Weil Tm sure your tplArt boxrj hamat tot tbaimChicq Dolly hensd TTocuuu Ob I feel a thatiiQjuly 83 a old ahi slfbed Well he aatdwyvu Jook at Uwt 40 And there abc cx rily declared that the would nerer speak to him dtfaln Chicago TimersHArald- Tee ISts fhaahl- TeacherIS your father taT your mother three iolnJw today and ten dollar tomorrow what vonld Jas Able tyStodetrXlW ru k- Its lout an Ten thins batvqrai man sad the orange yaL Bcraicttm i tho man throw the tmsiffc ppsl fate the gutter and aomotime the orfcfo peel throTV the man Into the ffntt r TitBlU Ilea AeU does your wife use soothing Ian guags art jour rt1b yes that Is it often etxnte to soothe her to scold me Chicago neo orxl Slur Chnbi Star 1131 Parke I thought your wife was fjo lug to the mountains Lane 81e WM but changed her mind She found die could spend more fluency at tbc nirsfilvare Town Topics Kltvr fi AJttt- A woman I no1jcalwAYs Iowans liar voice to ask a favor Yes and jjl m her rcdoa it ago loesnt YeJ ItrrWKtu A CAR OF THANKS I wish to say that 1 feel under lasting obligations tar what OhainlierlalnV Cough Itcinedy has done for our family Wo tavo used It in so many casex of cough lung trouble and whooping cough and it ihd always given the most perfect antis faction wo feel greatly indebted tq the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please ncnept our hearty thanks Itespectfiilly MRs S Korv Tw Molnw Iowa For sale by Craig rb Docker SAVE YOUR SKIN How to Preserve Purify and Beautify the Skin and Complexion To prc and beautify the prevent Pimples blo ervcEurlty roughness yellow oily motley 81 n cltnpping awl- many other tones ofskin blemishes no other skin or complexion soap Is for n moment to bo compared with because no other soap reaches the cause viz the clogged irritated or tilatactl condition ot tho PORKS SAVE YOUR HAIR How to Prevent Palling Hair Scalp Humors and Dandruff Cleanse tho scalp nml hair thoroughly with n warm shampoo ot Cm tunA SOAP rluf o with warm water dry carefully nml a IrciMliig of CVTicriU Purest of cmoUtetita gently rubbed Into tho scalp 1hU refreshing and 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