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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIISTANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 17 1904 SAM NO 32 lResolutions of Respect WHEREAS It has pleated an over ruling Providence to remove from our midst our friend and fellow townsman h Dr J D Pettui a map of such genuine worth at to cause general sorrow wherever ho was known and the com munity to feel keenly the loss of such a staunch worthy citizen sod whore at Dr Pottut was for many year a member of the I 0 O F and whereat l every member of this order respect our friend and brother because of his courtly personality sod Intrinsic char actor therefore be It resolved That Crab Orchard Lodge No 108 I O O F extend to the relatives of the do ceased their heartfelt sympathy In their bereavement and became of the ties of fraternity and deep respect we do enter Into their sorrow and feel with them the low they hare tuttalncd Qo It further resolved That these reto lotions be spread upon the records of Crab Orchard Lodge No lOS a copy preteoted to the family of our brother and friend and alto that the INTERIOR JOURNAL be requested to publish these resolutions Retpectfully submitted J D Anderson A W Dlllton M M Perklnt committee PREACHERSVILLE Rev Robert Jordan preached floe sermons Sunday morning and evening s Good crowds were prete at sad the ting log was excellent J T Dlngaaan told tome corn to Daughmac at 13 Mr Blngaman It entitled to a blue tie at be hat the On eat colt la this section 1Dedfoxes are getting to be a com moo tight these days at they Cia be teen anywhere even on the turnpike Let the good work continue Quite a crowd ol Preacbertvllle peo ple attended the toot meeting at Grab Orchard Sunday They enjoyed their dinner In the shade at Drown Sprlogt A J Thompson It building a new bun JL Dutohlnt It adding ma tonally to the looks of his residence James Dyeboute Inputting down a cit tern at the parsonage Indisposition caused our nonappear ance last Friday Whoa that wedding comes off we will get up a good letter We have a nice quill which we aretav log to write of such happenings LAND STOCK CROPS ETC iBD Carter told three horses Moo at an average of 190 For tale until the 26th tome corn at 1326 per barrel Joseph Ballou Tom Wayne bought of Lee Rogers B T Calhoun and others In Cater a oar load of fat hogs at It sod 1420- Baughmao k Allen told U3 Iamb out of a bunch of 06 which weighed 03 pounds at Ge This It the best crop we have heard of- FOR SALE Thoroughbred Black Berkshire hogs Southdown and high grade sheep of both sexes John Steele Carpenter Huttonvllle Ky loadiI of lambs they have taken up this year were from the Rolling Fork section of Casey They paid 6 to 64o for them ESTRAV a red steer two years old In thin order weight about 800 pounds Left the Rico farm to Garrard throe weeks ago Reward A M Pence Stanford Thomas Clay hat closed a deal In which Mr and Mrs JT Shaokelford of Madison county told 143 acrea of land on the Parks mill and Maytvlllo road for 20720 to Lewis Johnston Walter Payne and O D Wilson The land adjoined the several farms of the t purchasers Mr Wilton It It said act lug In bohalf of Senator Halley whose land adjoins the Shackelford estate Lexington Democrat Worst of all Experiences Can anything bo worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Now ton Decatur AIliFoI three years she writes III endured Insufferable pain from indigestion stomach nod bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I WM Induced to try Electric Hitters and the re suit wu miraculous I improved at once t andnOW Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters It the only medicine Only Soc Its guaranteed by Penny Druggist Young man said the oldery gen tleman at he approached tho soda counter I have a peculiar aflllctlon Tho nodes of my eyelids are paralyzed Oh rejoined the soda clerk You want to see the doctor I suppose No I want a glues of soda replied the elderly party and owing totbeat Illctlon aforesaid I take the liberty of asking you to kindly wink at yourself for metIOblcaio Newt Eighteen Japanese were killed and a number Injured by the explosion of a submarine mine at the entrance to Port Arthur MIDDLEBURG Farmers are preparing to harvest their clover Born to the wife of Harry Holllngt worth a daughter Mr James Oibony and family of Liberty visited Mr J C Coulter Sunday The Mlddleburg bate ball team will cross bats with Phil at Boyle Saturday afternoonRev L Owent pastor of the flap tin church at MaKinnoy Oiled the pul pit of the Mlddleburg Baptttt church Sunday morning Ellis subject was Behold He Cometh with Clouds Hit ter mon greatly pleated the large audience e that came out to bear him Wm Miller and wife visited their daughter Mrs Clara Sharp on Bruth Creek Sunday and attended the Firs and Fourth magisterial Sunday school conventions Mrs Doltle McCormack of Quttonyllle visited her mother Mrs J 0 Coulter last week John Adams and wife visited rela the at Waynesburg last week Ed MoDanlel of Burnilde It vltttlng rata Live here Mrs Clarence Coleman of Burnilde It with her parents Mr and Mrs John Adams Dan Branton bat returned from State College Supt J C Lay was In Moreland Saturday- A glance at the program of the 4th of July celebration to be held at Oak Grove one mile west of town indicates the biggest thing of the kind ever held In the county There will be an ora torloal contest a bate ball game be tween the Uuitonvllle and Mlddleburg Normal College tem the winner to receive ISO A trotting race a barrel race pig race stow mule race and a number of other smaller contettt too numerous to mention The Mlddloburg and Liberty band will furnish music for the ocoailon Jones S Keltaymana gert are sparing neither paint nor money In getting the track In fine or der The band tad will be a novel eight at It will be erected high up In a gum tree that stands alone In the cen ter of the circular track Tho sheriff jailer and other county officers will be on band and good order will be pre arfdIIN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES The Joint Teachers Institute for Boyle and Garrard counties will con vene In the Court Rouse In Lancaster on Monday August 8 Maria Thompson the negreit who killed farmer John Irvin at Lebanon Junction was taken tram the jail there by a mob and strung up to a tree The rope broke and the was shot tbree times and left for dead She It ttlll alive however but will die On account of his permanent roil deoce lu Missouri Lieut Ashley Lillard has resigned hit position at Adjutant of the Second Battalion under Major E W Lillard Lieut Lillard hat been a faithful ofllcer while he has held the position and was very prom inent during the Jackson trouble Bo was alto at West Point Mr Rowan Saufley of Stanford who has been acting M Adjutant will continue to occupy the tame position Advocate A doctor has discovered a patient In the military hospital la Vienna who chews the cud He eats rapidly and then as Ip the CliO of a cow slowly masticates hit food at leasure He states that be only gets the real enjoyment from his vie tualt during the second process A similar cato It known of a Bavari an family consisting of fattier and two sons who have been ruminants all their lives They too are very voracious caters Kentucky day at the Worlds Fair was a huge success The program at prearranged was carried out and the exercises drew largo crowds of people to the Kentucky building President Francis of tho Exposition Company Gov Beckbam and the Ron E J McDermott Bad tbo Hon Harry B Hawes were the principal speakers A big reception was hold at the Kentucky building at night Hard lighting between the Russians and Japanese has occured In the vicinity of Vafanrfow Gen Stakelburg In an official report to tbo general staff at St Petersburg says the Japanese forces made several unsuccessful at tempt to turn the Russian armys flank hot the Russians maintained tholr position at severe loss Dispatches received by London pa pare from Toklo says news has been re ceived of a big Japanese victory near Fu Cbou Tbn Russians It Is clalmod lost 1000 men and retreated in disor derPostmaster General Henry 0 Payne who It chairman of the Republican Na tional Committee was taken suddenly ill la Chicago The twentythird annual convention of the Association of Rallwa Tele graph Superintendents In session at of Japanese were killed by shells thrown from a Russian gunboat at the head of Tallea Wan Bay NEWS NOTES Two moo were killed by a train at ChicagoA did great damage In Sterling Col The Mikado subscribed 110000000 to second of Japans domestic loans Considerable damage was done bv a downpour of rain In Letober county Drtige was done by a cloudburst between Busted and Palmer Lake Col Adulterants of a highly Injurious na ture were found In cakes east candy In New York The Premier of New South Wales Australia has resigned and will retire from public life A women prominent In church and social circles at Elgin III was arrested on the charge of forgery The Kentucky and Tennessee Pbotog rapnors Association Is holding Its an nual convention at Lexington Tho business portion of Niagara Hendenon county was dettroebd Ore entailing a lost of 125000 The Japanese led the Russians into a trap southeast or Sbuogmao The Bus sue losses are placed at bOO men- The sixyearold ton of Wade Co- lIn a minor at Jacvion accidentally shot and killed his eighteenyear old tiller The Chinese Government It apparently greatly worried over the death of Lewis Etzel the newspaper corres pondent Days of grace will not be allowed on negotiable paper In Kentucky hereafter In accordance with an act of the Gen eral assembly- A balloon which has made 7D accents and covered a distance of 8200 miles in the air Is a German exhibit In the Palace of Transportation at the World Fair Russia has not vet replied tothe Drlt Ish protest against rice and other food stuff belaldeolared contraband of war butltls pointed out tbat Great Britain made such a declaration during the Boer War It It understood that John Alexander Dowie has decided to return to the United States by the first steamer In strongly worded denunciatory ed itorials the London papers express un bounded satisfaction with Dowle departureThe Car Service Association which embrace all the lead lag railroad lines entering that city has been notified by United States District Attorney Betboa that It will be prosecuted under the Sherman antitrust law unless certain changes are made In lu rule and regulations con cerning shipment of freight The largest pottery vase over made in the United States Is exhibited In the Now Jersey building at the Worlds Fair It It five feet In height and It elaborately decorated Two beautifully executed paintings grace the tides one II Washington Crossing toe Delaware and the other The Retreat fram Mor rlstowo Police Judge John J Riley created a sensation In the Police Court at Lex ington and established a precedent He stated that hereafter when a man was before him for carrying concealed deadly weapons the offender would be given the limit of the law lu fines and the weapon would be destroyed by an officer In the pretence of the court Unconscious with 113000 In cash fastened ID a belt around his waist a man whose name was later discovered to be Henry Lutterman was found in a boarding house bed room In Chicago In which gas was escaping from an open jet Lutterman who was a stranger to the boarding house people was taken to the Alexlan Brothers Relnecke aged 16 years was killed by his father while trying to playa joke on the tatter at Mt Holly N J Young Retneoke hid In the bushes along the highway near Riverside and as his father approached the boy jumped out expecting to scare him The elder Relnecko drew a knife and plunged It Into tbo lads heart kill ing him almost Instantly Mr Relnecko tbougt be was about to be at tacked by a highwayman The lather is almost Insane from grief Triumphs of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the hUe man body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they may bo moved entirely bones are spliced pipes take tbo place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dress ings are applied to wounds brullCSI bures and like injuries before inflamma lion sets in which causes theta to heal without maturation and in onethird tbo time required by the old treatment Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on tblsc same principle It fs an antiseptic aadI when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm In your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail For sale by W N Craig LANCASTER Considerable Interest is being mani fested In the choosing of the Queen of the Athletic Tournament She will be crowned on Thursday evening dur lag the tournament The circus brought out an Immense crowd Monday They came from all points and brought whole families The circus itself was a failure having no star attractions and few features of interestAll are in readiness for the Athletic Tournament No trouble tr expense has been spared to make It an occasion long to be remembered in Lao caster Our town will be full of stran gers and It should be the pleasure of our people to make their visit delight fulThe ugh School team andtbe town team played a match gameof ball Wed nesday afternoon It was a hotly con tested game and much excitement was manifested due to the fact tbat the town team Is seldom seen on the dia mood The first team won by a score of 7 to 4 The winners played the bloomer girls Thursday afternoon Mr R E MoRoberts Is in Lexington on business Rev Tinder and daugh ter Della are at the Worlds Fair this week Mr Tinder will goon to Ful ton Mo so deliver an address Miss Mary Elmoro entertained a number of friends Thursday evening The occa sloe was a pleasant one and all enjoyed the hospitality of the charming little hostess Mr Herndon Young wbohas been vlslitcg his grandfather Mr Wm Herndon has returned to hfi home in Louisville Miss Louise Farris and guest Bovine are visiting friends In Bryantsvllle Miss Joan Mount Is via iting In Stanford CHURCH MATTERS Rev J B Crouch will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia at 330 Sunday afternoon Rev Gilbert Glass of the Presbyle rlao church will be Installed as a ruin liter Sunday The services will begin on Saturday night and will until Sunday night Revs A cootlauoI felt of Lebanon E M Green vllle and Dodge of Richmond will take part In the services The General Association of Baptists convened at KeatuckyI Wednesday morning Dr W of Lexington was roelected Moderator Dr J J Taylor of Georgetown Col lege and Hon B F Proctor of Bowl ing Green Assistant Moderators Dr J K Nunnelly of Georgetown Secre tary J H Burnett of Louisville As sistant Secretary About 300 messen gers and nearly as many visitors were present Hall of Huttonvllle Masonic Lodge No 184 June 10 1004 Memorial of our deceased brother N Dudley Snow- WHEREAS it pleated God in His In finite wisdom to take from our midst our beloved brother now be It RESOLVED 1st That wo extend to his bereaved wife and children our deepest sympathy In this dark hour and may they put their trust In God the only refuge 2 That we spread upon the minutes of our lodge this condolence and a copy of same be sent the sorrowing family and our brothers wear the mourning badge of our order Respectfully sub mitted Charles Wheeler Everett Carson Samuel eld committee Sued HisDoctor A doctor here has sued me for 11260 which I claimed was excessive fora case of cholera inorbus says n White of Coachella Cal At the trial ho praised his medical skill and medicine 1 asked 1ilm if it was not Chamberlains ColleI Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had good reason to believe it was and lie would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus it never fails Sold by W N Craig The first woman to obtain tho degree of Director of Jurisprudence at the University of Chicago was presented with her diploma at the annual convocation of exercises She was Miss So pbronlsba T Brccklnrldge a daughter of Col W C P Brecklnrldge Five hundred persons mostly chil dren perished by the burning of the excursion steamer Gen Slocum near Hell Gate in the East river The steamer was carrying a Sundayschool excursion Frederick Nelson a wealthy farmer St Cloud Mine burned his home his wife and committed suicide by hanging Otto White of Washington Ind dropped dead at the gate of his moth ers borne where he was going on a visitEdward A Alderman of Tulane uni versity New Orleans has been elected president of the Ualversltyof Virginia t OUTING CLOTHES a COATS AND TROUERS ONLY Built for Hot Weather and Comfort Our Outing Suits have Style to them and are made so they will retain their pointsinCome in and See our Stock 850 to 1650 stsarassrsstss Ta o MILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE To the Trade I have bought Mr W B McKinneys interest in our stock and I will continue tho business at same place and on same basis as heretofore We appreciate tho trade that has been extended to us during our business association and will appreciate con tinuanco of same promising to give you the best goods and prices the market will affordVery Respectfully W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Ilarve Steward porter Some ROSS Sense Reasons why a tin root not a sheet iron is the best roofmade 1st It will last three times as long as the best shingle andtwillcost very little more 2nd It will conduct lightning as good as any lightning rod if the gutter is connected to a tile with down spout 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce the insurance enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof See S K Aldridge the tinner and plumber that docs the work Phone No 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford K- yDruggistConfidence Confidence no fear of mistakes is what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATE RIALS are our stock in trade When you want thingsIdone right when yon want pure drugs when you are tired of taking chances come to U8Tlle utmost care in every department the best service and the best merchandise r is our constant aim Dr W N CraigPharmacist Stanford Kentucky t Our Annual Clearance Sale Of Ladies HighGrade Shoes is now on 2 to 350 Shoes all go at 1 per pair while they last These are a little out of style or odds and ends but all high stock grade goods Call and look through theIr W E Perkins Crab Or hard Ky r- E 1 1HK INTERIORJOURNAL E Co WALTON i HARVEY HELM j Of Stanford It a candidate for r oat ress In this the Eighth district subject to the sedan of the Jtrai rack party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county ls a eandUale for Cgf In Ihe td subG Elthth district to leased Nan Dtmocratlc party Your sup port to I umalosof the G G GILBERT- Of for Congress ufcfcl to theShelby k a candidate action of the democratic party R C WARREN the Lincoln county court subjectttheeacrnondo the democratic raft THOMAS D NEWALND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject I the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeDORD- Is a caaallata for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutJect It the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR U candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec I the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li candidate for sheriff of Uncoln county subject to Ms action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county cubic M the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the enocratic party W I HERRIN lIa candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the Moocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Superintendent of Public School I Lincoln County subject to of the demo antic partye MISS KATE BOGLE la candidate for Superintendent cf Public School a of the democratic actionof Lincoln county subject to party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subJ- ect to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate fer Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jtctto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY II a candidate for Assessor of Uncoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attomeyof Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party THE LouUvlllo Times has taken lomepalnetoflndoutGrcverClevelanda strength In Kentucky nod publishes the following reiultot Its Investigation It Is almost the unanimous opinion among Kentucklans that Mr Cleveland hu no chance whatsoever to receive the Democratic nomination and If he he should that he could not carrv this State In the election Any number of Democrats declare that 60000 voters would stay away from tbe oolls In this State If Cleveland should be nominated This number will Include men who vo ted for Bryan In 1800 and men who bolted the ticket that year Kentucky Democrats say plainly they will have none of Cleveland Democrats In the East say that Mr Cleveland can carry New York New Jersey and Connect Icut Democrats here do not know of Vbe condUlQq In the Eut1but they do Ay that while Cleveland WAS carrying those States he would certainly lose Kentucky Indiana Tennessee and Missouri Therefore It Is figured by Democrats here In Kentucky that Mr Cleveland has no chance of winning the nomination and that circumstances will never arise at Su Louis which will ever make him a possibility WITH bands and drum corps playing Dixie and the delegates cheering enthusiastically the 14ib annual reun ion of United Confederate Veterans was called to order at Nashville Tuesday by Gen G W Gordon alter which Gov Frazier delivered an eloquent ad dress of welcome Seated upon the platform were many distinguished vis itors Gen S D Leee appearance as 6 permanent presiding officer was the signal for a demonstration IF the American people shall decide to restore a democratic administrationi and they will one of the first and most cheering prospects of sound business taethods will be to put tho public flnan tea on a solid basis by bringing the government receipts and expenditures Into a closer relationship w1wMlyalMM7M MATRIMONIAL Larmon and Llllle Mosley aged 5 and 14 years respectively escaped from the watchful oyes of their parents aDd eloped to Tennessee where they were married Their home was at Smith Grove Chester J Fitch a prominent YOUDor man of Nlcholasvllle and Mist Ger trude B Givens daughter of rhomas Givens a leading attorney of Flem mlngsburg were married at the Pbo nix Hotel Lexington Democrat- A E Grimes and Miss Battle Burp both of the Maywood section were UDI ted In wedlock holy bonds at Eld J G Livingstons by that gentleman OD Wednesday Mr Grimes Is a nephe of Mr S B Shanks and Is a clove young man His bride is said to be both pretty end attractive Blackburn Huffman and Miss Eva Cooper drove to Danville Wcdnesda afternoon and were made husband aad wife byRev J O A Vaught Alter the ceremony the happy pair drove to the home of the groom where a splen did supper was enjoyed Mr HufTma Is a ton of Mr and Mrs O P Huffma and Is a clever and Industrious your man The bride Is a daughter of Mi R H Cooper of the Turnersvllle sec tlon and Is an excellent young lady For the first time In the history of this office said Probate Judge Enoch of Sedwlck county Kansas a reques was made today for a receipt for the moooy which a groom paid for his U cense The young man said he wantei something to show for It In case the 11 cenaewas lost before be had occasloi to use It Withes straight a face as I could muster I sat down at my desl tad made the required receipt aDd placed thereon one of the large oQlcla red seals The young man then neemec satisfied and went on his way The wedding of Miss Jennie Penci and Mr William J Dozier which wai solemnized at 10 oclock Wednesday morning at the home of tbebrldes par tote Mr and Mrs E T Pence wai one of the most attractive of the sum mer weddings charming In Its aim plicity It was a yellow and white wed flag the entire house being decorated In plumoea smllax and daisies In the parlor the windows were hung wltt mllax and plants were banked on either side forming a background for tbe bride and grcom The mantels were tanked with tbe daisies and tbe ban Isters were draped with the smilax tbe towel posts holding branches ol dal elca Before the ceremony Mis Jen Die Lynn sang Always As the cho rus from Lobrengrin was played the groom and his best man entered the parlor followed by the bride and her brother whogave her away During the caremooy which was performed by Rev P J Ross Miss Lynn played Call me TbineOwn Miss Pence was beautiful In her wedding dress of champagne voile with hat to match The brides table was arranged In the dining room the brides cake being tbe central dec oration It was Iced In white and held large candy baskets of daisies Tbe silver candle sticks hold white tapen with yellow silk shades The place cards were hand painted daisies Mr ind Mrs Dozier drove to Danville here they took the train for Law renceburg and from there will go to Si Louis and on an extended trip West for their bridal tour They were tbe recipients of many handsome presents The grooms gift to tbe bride was a llamond sunburst brooch The bride- I I a charming young woman exceed ngly handsome and universally popular She Is greatly beloved for her meet disposition and sunny temper iment The groom Is a stove manufacl irer of Nashville a fine business man aDd a clever gentleman POLITICAL It Is reported that Judge Alton B arker will be In St Louts during the emocratlc National Convention It has been decided that Judge A S Berry will be the Democratic nominee for Circuit Judge in Campell county G Talbott Berry of Union county hat been appointed Judge Advocate of the Kentucky State Guard by Gov leckbam The Illinois democrats Instructed their delegates to vote for W R Hearst tor president so long as his name Is before the convention Postmaster Frank M Fisher of Pa ucab has been appointed by Gov Beckham on the Kentucky Commission to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to succeed former Lieut Gov Worth ngton who resigned William J Bryan It is announced rill be the principal speaker at the onventlon of New York Democrats who are opposing the nomination of udge Parker and which will be bold In Cooper Union June 2D Carlton McCarthy Democrat was lected Mayor of Richmond Va with a full Democratic Board of Aldermen and Councilmen The vote was ex eedlngly light Municipal elections were held generally In Virginia Tbe result was practically a Democratlo weep The New York Sun la republican but that doesnt keep It from telling the ruth sometimes For Instance it says bat the Roosevelt trust Is the most impact monoply on earth President Vice President United States Senate RepubllcaDNatloDal onal Committee Indeed the President Ie spoken of as the whole cheese When Lieut Gov Tborne took the chair of tbe chief executive during the ibeonco of Gov Beckham from tbe State at St Louis he gave out this statement I wish my friends to come md see mo If they wilt in a purely so clal way but tell them In advance fore that if they want any money out of the treasury or pardons for any of their constituents who happen to be In the penitentiary they might as well save the car fare necessary to get here I am leaving all such matters In the I lands of Gov Beckham 0 Here and ThoreILoutsyllle gets me ReuDloDIThirtythree Inmates of ReformI School were parooled Former Gov Nash of Ohio Is serl ously Ill at his home In The bearer of the homobound colorlll of the battleship Kentucky were glvei a reception at the Louisville DotelIOne man was killed hurt and a home worth 131000 destroy ed b a natural gas explosion at Brad ford PaIMrs J Bruebl of Appleton Wls dropped dead a few moments after re calving word that herbrotberhad beec killed by a train The address of the unveiling of tbe Confederate monument to COD federate veterans at Nashville was delivered by Mr Henry Watterson State Demociatlo conventions ID Mississippi and Arkansas have In structed their delegates to vote for Judge Parker for President Mr and Mrs L D Allen were found dead in tbelr room In an apartment house at Cleveland 0 thewoman hat log shot heV husband and killed her tell Pllcher d Tachau of New York wore selected as architects for the new building of the Louisville Free Public Library It will cost 1230000 The lie lection was made from 40 plans sub mltted As the reiultof a street fight with pistols at Bryantsyllle led between members of the Rout and Tow fami lies three persons were killed outright one was fatally wounded and another seriously wounded Ten thousand veterans are In at tendance at the annual encampment ol tbe Department of Indiana Grand ooIPlcu1oUlly A dispatch to a London paper free Constantinople says the consular re ports confirm the destruction of many I in tbe Sassum dis enlm1edtwo small boys while on a picnic near Bowling Green were partyI They were In bathing and tbe o mother companion was only saved by tho heroic efforts of a girl The Kentucky Preen Association elected tbe following officers for tbe omlng year Louie Landram Lancaster Record president E A Gullion New Castle Local vice president and li E Mornlngstar Bowling Green ecretary and treasurer After electing Mrs G E Foskett of Uorganfield president to succeed Mist Marv Helm who resigned on account of ill health the Womona Foreign Mil tlonary Society of tbo Louisville Mcth diet Conference adjourned to meet In fowling Green next year A committee of 40 leading business meD of Cripple Creek has declared warn labor agitators Walking delegates itrlkers and boycotts They declare that the Trades Assembly and the Miners Federation will not longer be tolerated In Teller county Produce Wanted I Will pay you tbe beat market price for eggs hens feathers lank etc Call and be convinced at II II Northcotts Stanford Ky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only IS I use tho bent of palnta and varnlahes and guarantee my work to be antclass Call at shop on Som enet street and lee ipeclmen of mywork louse painting and paper banging cheaply and satisfactorily done J 1 J M PREWITT Osteopathic Ibylclan Office In Myers House Consultation Free Hours 8 to 12 estl2to4rrtt1to81M- Lanford Kentucky Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I declro to sell rlvately my farm of 10 acres located In- edge of nustooTille Good Improvements fruIt never falling water Will tell ai hole or divide Small house on lower part O n BARNETT Hustonvllle Ky Dr J B Beck DENTIST ifflco In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OBceOTr UoBotnrta Vng Store In the Owile Building Dr OSWilliams DENTIST All work guaranteed and rea sonable- Hustonvllle Kentucky INotice of Election I Regular Term Lincoln County Court held held May 9 1904 lion James IIn Dalley Judge presiding PIthe matter of the petition for ed school In the town of Hustonvllle Ky At the last regular term of this court held on the nth day of April 1504 are tuba signed by Chas Wheeler C W Adams J P Goode Geo U Weathei ford J G Weathetford V D Ilone T L Carpenter W M Myers Jill Prye S D Yowell A Blain J K Daughman Bdward Alcorn and W 11 Williams was filed In open court before Judge Jas P Halley Judge ol said coun ly cour tasking that a graded common school district be established with boundaries al follows towlt Beginning at and Inoluil leg the residence of J C Neal and all of his farm running front last line of same I to mile post 124 on the C S It R neai crossing of the Hmlonvlllo Dtnvillt pike and tho Cincinnati Southern K R running along the East line of tho right of way of said R R at said crossing with said road South to the crowing cf the driveway leading to Ru s Jones now Me Cormack house including same thence to the residence of John Murphy includ ing him thence with the pike to the R R trestle North end in front of Hall Anderson excluding him thence on a line to Bennett Cloyds residence including that thence to the old George Carpenter farm occupied by Willis Routen Includlllg him thence to the old George Carpenter residence excluding him thence to William Badgetts residence excluding him thence along North line of Bvac Lyon farm toI crossing of the Hustonville Libert pike 24 miles from the college school building in Hustonville thence to the res idence of James Gastineau including him thence to the crossing of the Brad fordsville pike on the Casey couuty line thence to residence of C K McClure including him thence to residence of N J Cone including him thence to rest dence of Mr Pord the W H Wright farm including him thence to residence of J C Neal the point of beginning And it appearing to the court that all of the said petitioners are legal voters in residents of and taxpayers in the salt proposed Graded Common School District in town of Hustonville Ky a town of sixth class of the Hastonvilte Magisterial District No 4 and that the site for the school bouse te wit Christian College lo- In the town of Huttonville Lincoln soon ty KyIS certified to be sad to not ex ceeding zK miles from any portion of the boundary of tbe proposed district and it further appearing that a majority of the trustees in of the common school districts embraced in whole or in part In said proposed graded common school district proposed graded common school district and love endorsed their consent In writing upon the said relitio tad it further appearing that Garland Singleton superintendent of common school in Lincoln county has consented in the establishment of the said proposed district and has endorsed his consent In writing upon the said petition as provid ed by law this day petitioners appeared in open court and James P Bailey judge of Lincoln county court agreed with them that the proposed Graded Common School district shall be as follows and which is the same in fact as that described in the petition on file here- In which is made nearer save as to one line to the site of the schoolhouse towit Beginning at and including the red lento and farm of J C Neal thence run ning from the East line of same to milepost Southern Rail124 on the Cincinnati near the crossing of the Hastonville Danville turnpike of said said railway thence running to Petersburg schoolhouse excluding it thence with Baker and Jen nlngs line to east side of said railway at Baker East corner thence with the East line of said railway South to the crossing of the driveway leading to fuss Jones now McCnrmacks house Including it thence to residence of John Murphy including him thence with lJ Green River Turnpike to North end of trestle on said railway in front of Hall Andersons excluding him thence a straight line to Bennett Cloyda residence including that farm thence to residence of George Carpenter occupied by Willis Routen including that farm thence to the old Geo Carpenter residence excluding it thence to Wm Badgets residence excluding him thence crossing lustonville It ColTeys Mill Turnpike with North line of Evan Lyons farm thence from extremity of said North line a straight line to on Hustnnville and Carpenters Creek turnpike ai Ilustonville miles from rCy thence to the farm of James Gastin eau including it thence to cruising of the Hustonville and Bradfordsville pike on the Casey county line thence to the- Inn of C K McClure Including it thence to the farm of N I Cone including it thence to samuel Fords farm Including it thence to the beginiag at J C Neals and the court being sufficiently lid vised It is now ordered and adjudged that M S be and he is hereby ordered and directed to cause a poll to be pened in the town of Hustonville Ky and an election to be there held on the 21st day of June 1904 tame being more than 40 days the entry of this order to take the sense of the legal white voters io said proposed graded common school district there shall be levied and collected an annual tax of 30 cents on each 8100 of property assessed In said proposed graded district belonging to voters and corporations and a poll tax of et on each white inhabi tat over 2i years of age residing in said proposed graded common school district for purpose maintaining a graded common in said proposed graded oramon school district and for pur oseof purchasing or erecting suitable mildings as provided by the common school Uw The officers of the lection will also cause the said legal voters in said proposed graded common chool district to vote five persons to bo trustees of same provided tax sball be by said voters The officers of election will make due return of heresult of said election at once after nine is held J A copy Alt Geo B CeCourtClerk Lincoln r d Grand Leaders Bargains Misses Oxfbnla kid patent tip sire 12 12 wore glhbw 76o IJLndlol J Ladiaa 83 Patent Lontliar Oxfords noW 8108 Ladies OO Patent Vial Oxfbrda now 8220 Several Odd Lots IadW Oxfords sixes 8 814 and l worth up to 2CO j go at 700- Mtnte Canvas Shoos the 8180 kind now 98c lions Canvaa Oxfords the 160 kind now 08o- Mens oIJ 8SBO Tan Shoos go at 8226 Mens 8850 Patent Vioi Oxford go at 8200 Mutts 8160 Patent Vioi Oxfords go nt 8820tA few pairs of thoso Ladles fount lad Gloves iftls 6 8ii only to glose them out 16o all colors ICo Lawns Oo n yard 8 l8o Lawns 60 n yard Mans 60c Underwear now 2Jo MOils 810 Suite now 8608 Moos 81250 Suits now 008tMens Stmw hate slightly soiled worth lip to 81 go alldd each Ladies Straw Sailors go at Vie each OW8IEY 11IOCK WATCH OUIt AV8ITHE GRAND LEADERM BeLeiy 8 Co S B Levyf The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a tulUbU t Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlitlcdeslgn the bet material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky J GO TO W B McRoberts FOR f LAN GARDENSEED DRUGGISTI GARDEN LANDRETHS I WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS i DIGNITY + DARE t No 1982 Vol 5 A S H K Combined Stallion Mahogany bay black points white only on left hind toot eight years old 1B3K hands high weights 1200 pounds strong1 flat bone heavy mane and tall good back with long cranty taperlug nock welt set In high mounted ilioulder a saddle horse head ear ou him a under bailor wonderful style In harness a show hone lure When ono t year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown alto the blue tie In sweepstake barness rings at lame ago When a threovear old he waa shown 14 times wore 13 blue siring bal never been defeated In fancy harness rings has always been the victor In 1 talllon stake rings an a breeder when shown with three or more of his got for site style and general conformation and for all purposes Hn Is a saddle horse with five dis tinct gait fast line noting racker good In two walks and a nice toper very positive In I uptodatehorse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths In I8K seconds a 2iJ8 gate with but I little handling 1 did this last tall after serving 01 mares lat spring Ho Is of wonderful nerveand speed enough to get trotter for track ute or gentlemen roadatora kindlydlloIUongraceful up one of the IsorrelPaaimaxB rod by Chester Pere 10 N S n U ho by Squirrel G8 hob flack Eagle i4 ho byKing William 67 he by Waehtogtnn Denmark e4 Gaines Jenmark 01 by Denmark P 8 he by Imported Ifedjeford Dignity first dam Liz nrldlcklIambletonlaal0Dlgnltvsecondmont Ith dam Thoroughbred Wolchmont fiat dam by Almont Foreat 2683 TERKsDlgnlty Dare will make the season of 1804 at my stable loliultonllIIe at 20 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be paid at time of such transaction Mares grated at 12 SO per month and bills to be paid before removal of mares Oraln fed If doalred at reason roaponslblei D S OAKPENTEB I U = 5c Lawns absolutely fast colors white grounds with lied Blue Pink and Black figures 7c Lot of Lawns that sold for 10 and 121e 19c For lIotnoBpuii Cotton Skirtings regular 2fio quality i n SEVERA1fCE STANFORD I THE BTANFOUD KY JrNis 17 1901 TIRE tact that the RuiiUoi are being defeated don not mean that our Rut ilan Corn Cure It not good Your mon ey back If It fall I to euro Ton cents a bottle Pennys Drug Store Stanford PERSONALS f Mn A B ELKIN Is over from Lox Ingtoa MR S P GRAY went up to Darbour rlllo Tuesday MRS H H JONES went to Nicholas Is TUUIDR his daughter In Lexington JAMES T MESEKBE of Now Orleans e Is hero with his parents MRS MILDRED BEAZLEY of LRQCBI tar Is wltb Mrs W W Days MISS ANOIE KINNAIRD of LtnCM tar was with Miss Clara Cooper NELSON FANT of Flemlnmburfwas hero wltb J F Cook Wednesday MRS JOHN DIUGHT Jn and child ren aro with relatlres In Garrard MRS J H TURNER of Jciumlno Is with her sitter Mrs E H Ueazloy REV R D MAHONY attended the I Baptist convention at CampbelltvlUe JULIAN BOURNR and Wm J Good win of Lexington came over to the 4hopMISS SUSAN FlSUBR WOODS Iwltb her sitter Mrs S M Allen at Mil lertburg MD6SK8 O B SUTTON and W L Scott of ItockCMtle were callers at this onico yesterday MRS MARY J OWENS and Mrs O B Owens and baby of Somerset are with Mrs J W Rout BURGH BUCHANAN of Montgomery Ala pilled up Wednesday to visit hit mother at Crab Orchard MR SHELTON M SAUKLEY of the Lexington Democrat Is spending a few days with bis mother here MRS J J CORNBLIBON and baby re turned to Carapbellsvlllo Tuesday Mist Sutlo Saunders accompanied them homeMiss KUZAHBTU nUNN returned to Cincinnati with Mrs A E Elaney She will go from that city to visit relatives at Doopeitou III MRS HARVEY GLASS and Mitt Mary Glass of Somerset are beret the guests of Rev Gilbert Glass and the family of Mr John W Rout MISSES MINERVA EMBUY of Lex Ington and Ethel West of Lancaster will be the guests next week of the Misses VanArsdato NEWS come from Hustonvlllo that Miss Fannie Powell continues In a crit teat condition Mrs Maty Jane Huff betterpMiss CAROLINE GRAY who will rep resent Wllllamstown In thocontett tonight arrived yesterday and Is the guest of Mrs S 1 Gray Miss NELLIE DENIIAM U at home from college at Loretto Miss Marga I ret Denbam attonded the commence moot exorcises of that school Miss EFFIE WRICJUT formerly of the Turnersvlllo ctlon hasourthanks for an Invitation to the commencement ColdI JUDOS JAMES P BAILEY and Coun- tyt Clerk Cooper went to Frankfort yes terday to try and get the Board of Equalization take off the raise it Im posed on Lincoln county MR J 0 KING and daughters Misses Annie and Elizabeth King of Nor man O T are visiting friends and relatives In tbo East End Mrs King came to Kentucky some weeks ago MESSRS G T tliaoiNiiOTHAu and 1M F Rout of Garrard returned from a two weeks trip to Martlnsvllle Tues day Both gentlemen aro very much Improved In health and tho stay there I e was pleasant as well as beneficial DR W F HlCKLE ona of the grad uates ban our thanks for an Invitation to the commencement exorcises of the Hospital College of Medicine Louis r ville Friday evening July 1 The doe l tor has made an enviable record In that Institution Miss MINERVA EMURY of Lexington Is here with Miss Chloe Baugh man By the way these two young la dies wore the only graduates of Camp bellHagerman College who declined to promise that they would not marry be fore they became 21 years old The + pledge other 13 members of the class made the SOME MORE BARGAINS 1 lOc For Dress Duck and Mix Skirtings for wash skirts 15c for choice of a big line of plain and flaked Voiles 5c for all size checks in apron Ginghams- 5c for good assortment of fancy calicoes 5c for fine brown cotton for the best solid leather two shoes for comfort ever sold in Stanford 75c for a comfortable pair of house slippers Remnants of mattings cheap Right for halls and small rooms SONINTERIOR JOURNAL WednesdayV Miss MARY HUNDLEY Is with rola1 tlvcs at Lebanon MRS SUSIE CURRY of Lancaster Is with Mrs WA Carson JULIUS VON GRUENKJAN of Nlcbo lasvllle was here yesterday MR 0 M RICE and family hav gone to housekeeping In a cottage 0 Mill street DR R A JONES went toAdalr coon ty yesterday to remain until Tuesday wltb his parent Miss MARY FRANCE Flemlngsburgs entry In the Elocutionary Contest tOo night It the guest of Mrs E H Don ley LOCALSE- LOCUTIONARY contest tonight FOR RENT The Bronaugh cottage on East Main Street Mrs Mary E Bronaugh GERANIUMS at 7io big One plants Other bedding plants In proportion John Chrlsraan OUR house Is open again and we cor dially Invite you to call and see us W Q Higgles successor to Higgins d McKinney FOR RaXTThemelittle storeroom on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky RKMEMHBR tbo precinct conventions Saturday June 38 at 21 M Do your duty fellow Democrats turn out and Tote to Instruct for Helm FOR SALTCat+ offlve rooms hall and nice veranda Largo barn etc Place mutt bo sold For partly ulars see L R Bushes Stanford DROPPED DEAD Mrs Elizabeth Branton dropped dead In thefield where she was working near Liberty Her Husband was close by It Is thought that heart disease was her trouble ATTENTION ADVERTISERS All per sons who have taken space In the Crab Orchvii fair catalogue will please send In their advertisements at once to Sec rotary W D Wallin Crab Orchard KILUNO Wallace Wall shot In the bead and killed by Martin Brown on Green river near McKtnney last night Brown was with Walls wife and soothe er woman when the killing occurred IP you havent taadvantage of the great Cut Price Sale now on at John P Jones go at once and you will find everything lust as advertised at tees than cost price You cant afford to missthls sate TUB basso between tbo Stanford boys and the St Louis Bloom er Girls at tbo Graded School grounds Wednesday afternoon was fairly well attended and greatly enjoyed Our boys played a good game and defeated the visitors 15 to 0 The Bloomer team was composed of five women and four men and the women wero as good If not better players than the members of the stronger sex Geo L Penny um plred the game which lasted about Jt hours The Bloomers travel in a pri vate car and deported themselves very creditably while here DtRiNG the ball game an unfortunate accident happened A batted ball want loco the crowd back of left field Mill Lllllo Cllflord the 14 year olddaugbtor of Train Dispatcher and Mrs FL Clif ford receiving tho full force of the speeding ball on tbo note Several bones wore broken the wound bleeding profusely While the Injuries aro seri oua the physicians believe that tho wounds will heal satisfactorily and that there will be no disfigurement Carbondalo III Free Prose Mr CUt ford was agent of the L N here a year or so MANY of the farmers are already cut ting their early wheat and so far no complaint Is really made as to shortage The 00 ranch of which J E Carson Is president began cutting last Mon day morning and Is cutting at least 200 acres every day Ho Is cutting mostly May wheat and says U runs well to 18 and 20 bushels an acre The late wheat will bo much better than this It Is ripening slowly Threshing will be begun In about 10 days Mr Carson Is using 15 binders nail 60 horses Forty moo are kept busy at work harvesting ibiscrop Mr Carson Is a progressive uptodate planter doing his work on a high scale Such news from him Is proof that the crops areall rightForr- y O T Dally Republican WANTED A white nurto for a baby six month old Mrs John B Foster StanfordeTHE Ladles Aid Society of thi Christian church will meet In the Ice SaturnHERMIS won the Suburban Bandlca P yesterday afternoon Carroll Reid1 The Picket was second and Irish Lad third Time 205 distance li miles NoTnu Importance has been done In the circuit court so far The trial of James Kennedy for kllllng Will Holmes Is set for nxt Wednes day TUB bop last night was a thing of beauty and a joy while It lasted Th belief and beaux of Stanford and man other towns In this section were pre cot and tripped the light fantastic till the wee sma hours The music by Saxton was exquisite WITH strict ceto fact and circumstances we believe that we cun safely state that Hon Harvey Helm Lincoln candidate for Congress gaining ground dally In this county From every sldecomes the mot flatter log reports of his atcendenoy over tho other entries In the race and we have small hesitancy In saying there Is little doubt In our mind but that bo will be overwhelmingly endorsed by our peo plo at the precinct conventions Saturday Juno 36 Richmond Register CRAII ORCHARD The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs Curtis Gover Monday All the members are Invited as Impor tant business will be transacted Mrs J K VanArsdale and Miss Susan Van Arsdnle of Stanford were guests atthe Cover Hotel Misses Ila Boldam and Cath Bronaugh are visiting friends In the country Miss Mabel MeWborter Is visiting at Altamont There will bo services at tbo Baptist church Sunda morning and evening There will be a business meeting Saturday afternoon Tno strawberry supper at Mrs Estcs was a success 123 20 was realized THE ALVERSON VAGRANCY BILL Following Is the Vagrancy Bill Introduced by Hon J M Alvorson of this office and which went Into effect Wed needay last The following persons shall be deemed to bo vagrants to wit Any ablebodied male person who habitually loiters or rambles about without means to support himself and who has no trade calling or profession to make an honest livelihood Any able bodied male person who Is without visible means of support an who habitually tills or refuses to engage In honest labor for his own eup port or for the support of his family If be has one Any ablebodied male person who purposely deserts his wife or children t leaving them or any of them without suitable subsistence or suitable means of subsistence and himself being Idlo or dissolute Any ablebodied person male or fe male who has no visible means of sup port and who habitually refuses to work and who habitually loiters on the vUJallotown oftensefense be fined liD or Imprisoned In 30dayscounty jail 30 days or the punishment Imprlsoamontsubiequont offenses 60 days Imprison ment lntho work house If there be countyJail hardlaborand cost are satisfied Any ono who Is Injaillabor during the term of his Imprison mont quayterlyshall have jurisdiction of the offense of vagrancy and for the purpose of trying a person charged with vagranov police justicescourtsopen It shall bo the duty of all sheriffs tokeepplaces whore they ore accustomed to congregate and If any of those officers valraothabituallytreat It shall bo the duty of said olll placoand thedutyreasonablyI Chapter 132 of Kentucky Statute and chapter 111 of the General Statutes are hereby repealed and all acts end parts of acts Inconsistent with this act are repealed SAVE MONEY Dy buying coal early We have just calved 25 can coal and will toll ata reduced price of from 2 to 3 teats on bunhel cheaper than In 80 days from above date KINO k COX Moreland Ky No 197 REPORT OF THE CONDITION orTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONYILLE AT HUBTONVILLE In hi Stat of Kentucky at the clou ef builneti Jane Slh 1904 RESOURCES 51445810e Wyline Lisa National Ranks not Re len AleDU 14178 87 Due from Slat Banki and hanker 8111 2S Due from approved rcstrre agent 153S4 Cheek aad older cub lttmi S Notes of other National B nkt JS79 W Fractional paper currency nkkels and- Lawlol 40 00cent inim iiiiMoney Reserve In Bank- Redemppuon lf 1041 7s fun with tTS Treasurer per teat of circulation SN 00 ITotal 212261 42 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in SRrdue tend 10000 00 Undivided profits las expenses el paid 7x14 41 National flank notes outstanding 11800 00 Due mother National bent 9404 II Due to Statelknknd liankera 58998 Individual deposits aakject to check l281Y190 Ttal i2STATE OF KBNTUCKY County ol UncoU 1e I J W Hecker Mahler el the above named Bank do akmly swear that the above statement if true to the teat of knowledge and belief CashierIdayol June IVH J P OOOBM N P L C Mr IxmaiMoa expire Marsh 12 1908 C tAtUtt IBs J IWBIUOr Tllreetofl m6 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD budne4syS RESOURCES O 11411nrJratta 655Haaling 00 O Other real testate owned 00 lu from National Banks not ke lien Alton 14041 92 Due from Slate Banks and liankera SK iDue from approved reserve agents S79SJ Intranaltu Checks and other rash hems 1271 07 NolesatothtrNat Banki 236000 Fractional paper currency nickels and cen 47 lAwiul MoUaak1z SOLegal1SS88 K aeoipti n fund with U S Treasurer circulation 2050 00 DueIIromceState ot Kntmty Totali ii i iiS29II8 34 00dUndivided profits leaa expenses and taxes Paldr 9381 National g 41000 00 Due to other national innt l3e6 87 Due to state banks and hankers 43A1921 Individual deponts subject to check 170212 42 Certified checkCTotal FIJoo II above named lUnk do wear that the above state mentktruetothebestofm7 knowledge and lief iwfi J ll innra Cashier SuUeribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of UConedAttestS II x1 ooIoII Directors Na 6134 IIKPOIIT OF CONDITION OK TilE Lincoln County National Bant OF STANFORD KY At the dON of Dullness June 9 11KSOUKCES Loans and UuattI86191 91 Overdrafts secured and uncured 16730 U S loads to secure circulation 50000 Storks securlUee eUs Hanking house furniture and fixture 8800 00 Due from National llanka not Jleserve Agents 12120 M Due from Stile Hanks and Hankers Due from approved reserve agents 91980 40 Checks and oth r cash Items 8tt31 Notes of other National llanka 700 tO = Fractional paper currency nlckle and r ItSloede llodcuipllon Iron U 8 Treasr 6 ptrIcent circulation Total fI2021 UA1I1UT1ES 911t Capital stock paid lu soooa tUnlliThledNational llauk Now a outstanding wlooo 00 Due to other National llsuks IItu232- Due to Stata hank and Hankers M lalliTldudepoalta subject to cheek 187010 98 Notes and blllt rediscounted TotalPlttI21 9lSTATE OF LlualnFCounty of II is I John It Owley cashier of the above named Dank da solemnly swear that the II true lathe hat lilT knowledge aboTellattlIIeatt J 16 Subedbel m01 worD to before of Juo IO4 J J b1o1lUBBntT3 NI L tCORRtoQTMtat S U W O SIUNXIE0 W 25c For choice of a big lot of white i and colored shirt waists that sold at 50c and 81 75c For a nice deinin skirt 15c For a Mens Arctic Undershirt 98c Try a pair of those bargain slipper Soft as a kid glove Special Sale 100 Suits I Good Fabrics Desirable Patterns s1t11trersifeBts These suits have been culled from regular stock and put on special axle because in tome patterns we have only one suitIn none more than three We desire to glt stock free from odds and ends These PRICES should move them i 113 Butts for 1910 112 Suite for fg 80 110 Suite tor11I50 and 17 18 Suits tor is Some 110 Suits as low as tG Buy Early And Get The Pick w ifc W CUMflINS MCLARY HOT WEATHER GOODS i Straw Hats Cloth Hats Low Shpes in Tan and Patents Negligee Shirts Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes All new and uptodatet1II H J McROBERTSStanford Kentucky 4th OF JULY AT STANFORDG- iven by the Maccabees EveryHofJyinvited Maccabee Horseback Parade Speeches by Col T P Hill Judge J P Bailey Hon R C Warren Hon J S Owsley and Others Foot Races Sack Races Potato i Races Pole Vaulting Fat Mans Race and Oth er Amusements JgiTFiro Works at Night Bo sure to remain for the magnificent Pyrotechnic Display About PennysIce Creamrss I make my own Ice Cream and know personally that It Is Clean Puro and made from good Cream and Fresh Milk We are now prepared to fur nlsh you Ice Cream In quantities of two gallons or less Orden for more than Otto quart will be packed In Ice Price 110 per gallon 9 PENNYS DRUG STOREStaQ iKye1 st IfTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL jtnUTtd n tM poHoflkt at Stanford at uisndclatt maUt- rrPvayLSahcetTucmiayc wdSsldw 81 PER YEAR CASH rWhtnnet opsldssaOO will beehargd KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going North JJJjJJJ i ii 026II 1217 am o25u II South 12UpmNo 23II NEW LIVERY STABLES BUSES a SON Pros JUNCTION CITY KY rit01ass Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Atteotlon to Traveling Men and Hay For Sales J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ns on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will sell Will also sell a 15 horse power engine and boiler eloeeup replr leU at a bargain to business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL A Swtcser Stanford Ky Dar1 Tray lor DEALER Wtiisk Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the bee to drink 111 pboa er telegraph orders receive erompt attention FOR SALEI j Ten acres of Und a lwotory front seven room cottage The Louse is new A splendid garden orchard There la a large milt on the place a good crusher and the dam U In good and the natural power It great economy In running the mill Does a splendid business Is In good repair has aU necessary outbuildings The owners only reason for selllug Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This property Is oa the danging Fork about miles from Stanford and can be bought at a Nor further particulars address 80 Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R HUGHES Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE S CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persous wishing to buy or tell farms will do well to see ns we have a numbs of line Lincoln and adjoining county form for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell place It in our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky II RBM fiony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties 1ncoln and Uaseywhomay be seeking in suranoe against Kire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone 11- 2Stanford Kentucky FEMALEWEAKNESS 041 11 Congress St Oct11100LIto any doctors medicine I ever need and I know whereof 1 speak lanf suppressedmenstruation throulhmrswell up and I would feel to weak I feltdllcouraged ofCardulfolt a change for the better within a tretmentIagonies I usually did and soon became regular and without Wine of wishthatrood qualities Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If you ore havefailedthe world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINEFI i I PARK E HAIR BALSAM Cltiiuri sad brtittflti the hill IVomocn a marIst nr fall to llntore CotorCurtaneandnat BrurirliU THE Joseph Price Infirmary li open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con inltatton Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes tlonal bills due when services are rendered and must to paid promptly BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce do Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage la solIcited Hones on commission Stock Pens In Connection E D1 Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Jul L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers lO I- aFurnItureMattingsRuZ S They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right 4TANTOBD KENTUCKY J+ C+ Mc LAJiY tTHDERTAEEB EMBALME And DealearIn SABNZSSADDLS3Ta 0 Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Huston vllle Ky Has removed to his new andelegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddlestallion of the world season of 1904 at the stable of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years old 1st hands hlgba perfect modelwith speedPreston No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Belle by Roderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by I T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why you should breed to Preston Because he is the show horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra was sold to Senator Vare for 82000 Rebecca that GeorgeWatsonby Gay Bras that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 1500 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 5000 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stal lion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to anyone at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at V1O the season or 918 to insure a living colt J C BKILEY Stanford Ky THIS OUGHT TO CONVINCE Penny Will Pay For Hyomol Himself When it Falls to Cure Catarrh If I only know it to be true I would not hesitate a moment This is aI thought tho average person has when reading the claims of some of tho medicines that aro advertised as cures for ca tarrhThe results from the uio of Ilyomel aro so remarkable in the cure of catarrh that they seem beyond belief The fact though that Mr Penny one of tho best known druggists in this section has so much confidence in the power of Hyomo to cure catarrh that he sells It under his personal guarantee to refund the money if the purchasers can eay that It did not helpthcnr ought to convince the moat skeptical that Ilyomel can bo relied upon to cure all catarrhal troubles no matter how serious or deepseated The complete Ilyomel outfit consisting of a neat inhaler that can bo carried In the purse or pocket a medicine dropper and a bottlo of Hyomol coats only one dollar Additional bottles of Ilyomel can be procured for fifty cents making it the most economical of treatments Catarrhal colds which are so common at this season of the year have been cur ed In a day Mild caves of catarrh that have become chronic are frequently cur ed In a week or 10 day Now is the time to begin the use of Ilyomel remem boring that Penny sells every package on a positive guarantee to refund the money if it fails to cut- eKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for lOOt as far as reported Harrodeburg August 93 day Klrksvllle July 152 days Crab Orchard July 2i3 days Danville Augusta3 days Lawrenceburg August 164 days Shepberdsvllle AUjl231 days Shelbyvllle Aug 231 days Springfield Aug 244 days Somerset Aug 304 days Nlcholasvllle Aug 303 days Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Ellzibethtown Sept 6I days Hartford Sept 214 davs Georgetown Aug 912 days Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity Is constantly coming In declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorvllle Va serven as example lie writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr King New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective In curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Penny Druggist Ttisl bottles free regular sizes 50c and SI r The German troops during their win blueycollars and cute slashed with silver A mouse gray slouch bat and overcoat with a traverse bandolier and top boot of brown leather for the troopers will complete the equipment The officers retain their swords and are also distin guished by a black and sliver sash In addition to the ordinary badges of their rank Chamberlains Stomach and Li ver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Truhart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could get from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a medicine that would produce such gratifying results In cases of stomach troubles biliousness or constipa tion his whole time would be used In preparing this one medicine For sale by W N Craig The deepest sounding ever made bv any vessel was by the United States ship Nero while on the HonoluluMa nile cable survey When near Guam the Nero got 5200 fathoms or lt 14 feet only 60 feet loss than six miles If Mount Everett the highest mountain on earth were set down In this hole It would have above Its summit a depth ol 2612 feet or nearly half a mile of wa ter That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you If you used Pr Kings NoW Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by Penny Druggist To the Worlds Fair via Queen S Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For information address W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky T H Dlokeoooo of Lexington was commlttOdlsuicide To The Voters or tho Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number ol criminal cases which have becomo a part of the States history and at a most critical time As judge ot the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almoet Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine- I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist mo to secure tho high position and oQlco to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Homer It Is said died of cbargln al not being able to expound a riddle pro pounded by a simple fisherman LcavJ Ing what taken what we took not we bringAristotle was perplexed and Phlle tag the celebrated grammarian and po et puzzled himself to death trying to solve tho sophism called by the ancients liThe LlarIf you say It yourself I lie and In so saying tell a truth you lie If you say I lie and In so saying toll a lie you tell the truth Dean Swift who could so agreeably descend the highest badinage was very fond of puzzles Many of the beet rid dies In circulation may bo traced tothe sportive moments of men of the great est celebrity who gladly seek In them occasional relaxation from the graver pursuits of life- Driven to Desperation Living at an out ot the way pUce re mote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation In cue of accident resulting In Burns Cuts Wounds UI cers etc Lay In a supply of Buckloni Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 26c at Peony Drug Store e Mrs Nan Patterson was Indicted In New York on a charge of murder In the first degree for shooting Caesar Young the bookmaker For sick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by W N Craig LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy stave spokes headings lumber logs etc Will highest cash price at Moreland D U U Peyt- onUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good U new for li small amount can flx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKIKK Stanford The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancastor Ky Wn SHUQABS Tropriitor Electric Lights li every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Dob the favortu porter meets all trains Large Welllighted Sample Room R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office In Myers noun Parlor Phone 01 POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of trea passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Snoonamore T M Holmes H F Newland J B Oamenlsch Peter Balmer W H Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M WhIte and wife Canton U P Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch R A Lawrence Prank Oordler Mrs A D Root Bain V Kevnolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Wlllion TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpet matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tack curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partolit doors glass tables chairs sates wardrobes couches dresser washstand beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffoniers folding beds washing machine rIng- ers wall paper carpet taper trunks tele scopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY u EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident in saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms In the country With mv experience in taking measures and I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My priers are the amine as ioex ierlenced men who aro in tie but iocsr I also havo a nice lIno of fancy cheviot- and other suitings I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thanking you for past favors I am yours H O RUPL1 Y the Tailor TRY ONE OF THESE Warranted and Satisfaction Gl1nrnntocdIIrr For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant 6 afford not to use a CLAUSS KAZOK CEOROE H FARRIS a COt Stanford Kentucky C R McCormack t Dealer in i Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky No84aG sen ot uolnpror lend ID lro auntyMo IKmile Iron tl Slatton on Iron Mountain rolle Will sell or ncbic tar property to Lincoln musty I No SmalHirm sTaeni Smiles from hue ford HouMol fourgood rooms huh porch toil I veranda Good Urn an J otb r bolMlBti In repair Out le sla nlJj wtl fearel N gene eulUnUon on ttn In fruit tree rest ant laIBought at rommlMloifrt sale tt bargain be told tl bargain Clooe to school sad Price US pr aer Land adjoining old for IW Its This lea baPJr- alnNOCI3IemcootlaboITo 1011 story lU room blt White piece grmwllweteredant la good sllion Price 11000 No 1I 6ren room dvtHlnr lOIIun tad it aenland hTtrf Fencing and oulbulldlnn maltasmailllllamity Cheap plan- Me to town Will Usemseem atcost ami UmWr land toe- sedlnlrrycounty Kr oaMrap Via Crtka tributervot lawNertb Fat of Keniwkr rlw Your fetes olrosi varyiag to trees s4l- eet to six test HT r tutlfiW U th Mouth pceemk A nlliMd It turrrTol within three mile f Mid property tb timber medals or oak te TIUtpttfMl Will Ml or exchange ea MfUma N SsA DIM iwe Mrr fight root trtmt dwelling In Stanford Hu ice kill tool rUrwtih rencrtu Sour goal garden well la kitebea- ngro cabin on plate which rents let ptt Matk ThdtweJllBg not MlUptr month This prop erty U la good repair ad can a t ouSht fr 11189 No 4Ptr 875 tent ipttodkl bluegrass land la UoeoIncouolT Twoitwy I room tUintrnMtiK tenant houM turn room Cr 399 put ol itoektnd ttlotbtf oenwtrr OHtlxilMlip all In good nratr Ctosetdo church ehaii p tellko rallr ed and neighborhood 400 tern la ulUrtttoa r tin inn and tlwtwr tie This It an deal country home u sit mnvntesne n pltcw calm etc Well watered with u nerer using prlop ttf Irle i uontbi No rNlcerottag sere land within l mnetot Stanford lo load repair lancing good trerltttlnc well and food cellar UooJ barn Will smoke houAe Young orchard and Bo ln8 yarxl ipIedhlpisce tacit garden prooJlHe to supply the town Price StJ69- Ko SISO seen of land one mile from SomerMt KreutlnMreo Beldi Forty urn la eulUit lion 40 aces to pasture balance la timber Uvsi1 tog contains Mf en roomt Ltn barn and all Dec CMarroutbfilMiDCi Ktncitnd bulldlcmtaipjen did repair ured lrles550- 0N2Clgourwof lands ore county ICu six miles from railroad andi mils from Arkane rirtr lcatJ aereaofUod It river boll om It finttlauUndandlaKnu This land U for ttle or exchange countfTII1building each house etc center of 100 acre All oa county road H rrJl from church school and p aWmce Lara well and well wttered This It a uod tobacco farm sad would suit two or tbr fimlllc that mljht want to corn from the tarn neighborhood Irlco reatonable No W Twoitorr frame dwelllnf of six rams two hails veranda IC well at door and all otaer nOOHarJ outbuilding Alto largo blacksmith shop and bda lull length of shop snd 10 feet wide This property will h sold at a very low price No 9A firm of 122 urea four mites from HUn lord on beet pike In the county well wttered dwelling front pike sit oecMoarr outbuildings A splendid blue grin firm and only 20 minutes drive from county peat Owner of nn arm adjoining this has recently refused IU nor acre W otter this at 3ITIIO No DSFlfty seen near PInt Point Xy Frame house 5 roomt and Dam cod other outbuilding Sacrveln cultlTitlon rnt In Um bee Well watered yards tenor potoffic Khool and will on pike and In com uiunlty Price QNo 1lloUM and lot In 6tanfordil rooaihill porch In tb rear good gtrden good neighborhood cloee to church aad tcoool Uood lot small tam Icy irlcefUO No S House and lot In Stanford Jloutt ron aim Ovs ram tJood stable and 8 acres of land well fenced line or pretlleet building loti In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a story front could be bunt to the cottage and be mid a beautiful home Will be told cheap at the must have mone- yNol2lwelllngofilx room hall nil porch necccuary outbuildings and Alto Urge two story storeroom 25x60 beet lower room with couaunlhehre etc Water In dIIIDlllnd storeroom aim cittern and well on place Small tot back ohtore Ont mile from HUnlord llulldlnn In seed rrllr and originally rout 0llIore our 1200 Will sell both fur Isto or will rent or tell separately No 1S230 acre farm yi mile of Crib Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling roorut two tenant house two barns well spring near dwelling Farm In bllh Itte of cull rallon 1W aero river bottom land good fencing fruit etc lrlc t37SOan acre No43Twoilory seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom 20iCO too liltckiinltu boJl tenant house stable crib and- waro house Every building now and reaclul Snahape Alto the property Ii In HuitoaTllI KJ and we will sell It u a whole or sell each- place separately Well at each itikle and cistern at For tddiui the above named sec retry No 72 A tplendld stack ofgoodt for it the teat builnete Hind and the nicest oinlOlt carefully selected stock of goods in Central Ken Lucky A splendid trade in Unroln and adjoining counties tell this for cost and carrltzn and dyouwanttogolnbustouyou cannot Soda nicer or trade lu then particular line outside of th cltlee tlllmrroJ462 aeles ot lanol on Jamestown road south 6f Dunnvllle 100 acres In cultivation about u acres In timber and rest In crs A Urge new frame dwell lug also an old dwelllnc on place A new bent and two old ones III wIll watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price liooo storysixworka In kitchen and ftoilly room barn tndland and IB good community A bargain at IMNo 7ulII of lla aere la Caw county new two dory I room frame dwelllnf a4 obi dweUtBtlnlalreeadlUe llama and ether Out 101oIIaDdjellltered I o a Farm or ures lS HUM item Stan lard oa county road IS serve eolUralloa rala pasture S good orchard met rtla timber Two- small rottacM goat Win lad oaltwIUIrigi wen watered ad Itodog fairly good liar no be IndisnapoIIWaTBMbargDvtUlBgand twtldlBi In good repair rhM am stone land Ja tchbor oodsic to school and on rood road Price lltq KyOneendongood bam and other oulkoKdlnc Hily aeree la cultlratlen U aeree la tlDlboIr1fnU trees ete Lays well on mealy ehsrhss HaooltU lriconly d55 No It 90S sera of land ant Crab Orthird IPNEtrIoUrr of land and wtafy tract horn hi CrracMtvM Ky Ilex BK tury out teelegflMN aTen and oce half acres nice twe oftendIoty raven room ham JwtMaic nee M M II l4 raaB 10 by H Gooi ware iGoa nest M sated by to Barn and bUckMiM saps by three lIoJi stilts wagon bow by se votfng Moth fel Mctton Tenement hwu by tl tn rams Wen h wM M by italM as open wHI Large stock of rtMfal aiticlumllM All of tbM property It Aril PuUtUcotMty K1an4cas U bought at a bargain No Fana of 12IIe Bar IlredbMd NIc- eeollagtenant bout 2 Ural te llulldlng sad fcntlog In good condition tS urn In Mltlrallen wtllwatend Wlll Miller 11200 or exchange for property In UDcola county No 4Two Irate dwelling 7 rooms ball and veranda flood garden fencing and boost In good rupalr For Ml or cent lrln rjonabl- No ftaFirm of sere iltutUJ BMr Klagt Till Ky acre In culUraUon M In UmberiMt la grass well watered two good barns and other ellloeomparatively a school poeWCte C S dtpQt 1ropert1 on dnlrablslarmlor ti 400 or In pamlt of not Ias than acre to lullpurthater This la nrtalnl chill property No Two story tight room Iran dwUlog In Stanford Ky LeegpNen and bra lot This isonoflbmost dealrabl hOliSM la Iowa lrlce naionabl landtotop I welts In yard splendid orchard tnd I urea In 1800Noor exchange Ilex all necemtry lmprorem nu barplaNo par tlculsn Central Kentucky Real Euto Kx 11XrIrooNo landla MfKln Ianllterms twodorythe suburb of the city ol SUobrd flue lo traded homlrtNo 17 troom frame rottixe and oa acre o Und In Klngtvliu Ky Large barn smoke houM repairriceNo 70Ten seen of land two hun rot rage seven halls etc lIouII new a good garden and splendid orchard IW acres fencing rood two smote bou eta 0 A rood well on placebase also a god mill on the place t 01 crusher In mill It It run by nateural power which tearreel economy and the U In good repair Will sell the property at a low ureerleaseitNo of acre frame dwelling 4 ltour rom cood stock barn and all neceataiy out bulldlori Fencing good well waleredeutbnOva grassLeathanhelfmilelromturnpik place for only IN per acre No 20 Frame hotel large rooms double urndes hallway Etc A large 2 story ttoreroom fronting itreet leet trout hotel up stain nits blefordwe Ing 2 nice cottage nicely furnished papered sad painted 4 rooms lad veranda each A lfK1I barn on same lot usedi allvery stable God eecfeelmoneyPoprielormonth On account exchangeforNo 4I 4M acres near 100 acre In culti vation rest In timber Mix dwelling on place Hve of them new two tobacco barns and stock barn blacksmith shop ubleetc Young orchard Scrams run through puce On county road and church and In good nelgeburbodWlllsell ot exchange al reasonable figure No aA nice four room cottage water In cooc1IlaMo mall firm of 73 urn of good Und located clot to town 1rlce 12230 No v6 House and lot In Darsttown house hat l lartebarngood repair idce 60