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P a anay v y = Y czJ y- T SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL A VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 21 1904 8 A M NO 33 EI1tire Stock Of 6IothillU Dry Goody 6arpet Dre Goody Shoes MensFurxaishings PropliLANCASTER t Will be Placed t on By L C CO t BARGAINSAnd hundreds of thorn that await your coming Horn Head No time to quote prices It would not require a second bidding to this sale after yon pay the first visit- Romombor the bargain we offer are all fctxisonablo goods of this years manufacture I t WAYNESBURG Joanna Bubank died at the home of harraoUar Mr Anna L Bubanki Wednesday aged 20 Joab Richer sold In DanTllle yetter dar a bunch of heifers at 3o He told Saturday a locof eons at S to Ho- MM Joe Phelps beaame 10 lesson that she was taken to Asylum Her husband W noUt aad Dr W B OOannon accom panied her- Revel Oooob le Very ilek with fever Malao Goooh ti expected home from Lee county In a tow day Mr Obai Lycc sod family of Junotlon 011Ispent a few days here the Mr H H Singleton and wife Abe Levlioo was here from Somerset Friday Mr Mathews commooly known at Slick spent a few day hero last week Misses Ethel Singleton and Mary Caldwell have been visiting rol hive en Buck Creek H Caldwell li at home from Arkansas Mrs Mary Floyd and son Chester of Eubank Ifwere guests of relative here O Per ry has the measles Mn Pat Perry and son have them alto Misses Amy and Nannie Adam of Mlddloburg were hero last week Mr Tbeodoro Reynolds It quite tick Mln Birdie Goocb has been visiting at Somerset Loul Routen It at homo from Lexing ton Mr Stella Johnson and childrenv Novice Johnson and Mill Mattte BIll gins are guests of Mr Rambo at May wood Myrtle Reynolds It tick LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wm Dodd told to a Lexington party IJ a harness gelding for 1100 Cbarle Lutes told to W S Van Aredale 20 yearling cattle at 122 60 and bought of A T flunn 40 1000pound cattle at lie 3Fon SALE Thoroughbred Black hog Southdown and high grade sheep of both sexes John Steele Carpenter nuiloovlllo Ky I C Brown of Boyle sold to Johnson of that county a carload of 1400 pound cattle for July delivery at 5c Ho told a horse to P C Sandldge for t70 ESTRAY a rod steer two years old In thin order weight about 800 pounds Left the Rice farm in Garrard three weeks ago Reward A M Pence Stanford High Ball Won the American Derby at Chicago Saturday Woodion was second and Rapid Water third Eng lish Lad the hot favorite ran fourth The time was 233 just the time The Picket woo In last year There were 10 starters and 60000 people taw the raceTbo movement of the Southwest Georgia cantaloupe crop It about to begin and growers are contemplating their arrangements for gathering packing and shipping In which process many hundreds of hands will bo em ployed The crop this year will from all Indications Inferlorto thu oflat aoaton the result of IniuQIolent rains since planting time The fruit will be tmallerand the yield to toacre promises to bo disappointing SaleWednesday June 22nd At 9 oclock A M IWHITNEY Sale Conductors hereThereignComeIand vicini yiLouts McCLANAHAN who It prob ably the only colored bartender work leg for a white man In a large hotel In the state lost a fortune by three lengths when Herml beat Toe Picket that distance He was In a local pool room when the race was described and not even his closest friends knew that If The Plckett bad been called first he would have been 110676 to the good He bad bet with Kid Weller and Jat Oleary In the winter book at Chicago 1060 averaging odds at Ui to 1 At the result he only won 15 on the race He bet 11050 and will get back 11055 When The Picket won the Brooklyn handicap MoClanaban won 15600 He hat for years worked for George Weatherford at the Weatherford hotel In Huitonvlllo Lexington Democrat Paw liked the Inquisitive Kid when you were In Rome that time did you do at the Romans do I suppose to my 00to Well then all Ive got to say paw chuckled the lad who evidently bad before hit minds eye the wrong set of picture It that you mutt have looked mighty funny going around In broad daylight wearing nothing but a longtalled shirt and a Roman note Thrown From A Wagon Mr George K Babcock was thrown from hit wagon and severely bruised lie applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and nys It Is the beat liniment he ever used Jlr Babcock Is a well known citi zen of North Plain Conn There U noth log equal to Pain Ihlm for sprains and bruises It will effect a cure In onethird the time required by any other treatment For ale by W N Craig eq Never was glad for this Impediment In my speech but once said the rpan from the country When was Lba- tFofefollow liked me hhhow much I would tako for aahore and while MI was ttrylng to toll him 140 bo offered me 50Kennebec Journal No Competition The uniform success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In the roller and cure of bowel complaints both in children and adults has brought It Into almost universal use so that it Is practically without a rival and a every one who baa used It knows U without an equal For sale by W N Craig There are two many doctors Too many Yes When you meet a doctor now without any preliminary knowledge of the kind he It you dont know wheth er to ask him about a bad tooth a bad liver a bad author or a bad scientific theory It W F Ogden former cashier of the bank at West Point has been Indicted at Elizabethtown on the charge of embezzlement The shortage which was 10000 has been made good except II 700 Watch for the SALESThe most interesting you over intended We are the originators of the five 10 and 15 minute sales Goods BOld at these sales for pennies so bring your small change Bo on hand You cant tell whats coming No mat ter what weather conditions are you must come and get your share Dont miss it Hale opens Wednesday June 22 at 0 t M BATSON Iancaster Ky I vloleoUI HOUR NEWS NOTES Susan ClemsnttdledatClementtvllIe after a lingering Illness Henry Vaught of the Bethel Ridge section It dead of pneumonia Mr R 0 Hqpklni one of Shelby countyt oldest and best men It dead A guard on the Brooklyn Rapid Transit train fell heir to a fortune of 1100000 The Indian Territory Democratic del egates are uninstructed but are for ParkerMaJ OeD Henry O Corbln bit been ordered to command the division of the Philippines The entrance to the harbor at Port Arthur li said to have been cleared of obstructionsWomen by the police are doing detective work In the tenderloin district of New York There was a battle between Japanese and Russian warships In the Korean Straits Details are lacking The Govonor General of Warsaw was stricken with paralysis when Informed of the death of Goy Gen Bobrlkoff A bull charged a locomotive on a trestle In Louisiana The train was ditched and two men were killed Tbo Court of Appeals overruled the petition for rehearing In the case of James Howard vi the Commonwealth The Illlnoli Central Railroad Company was fined 1500 at Elizabethtown for violating the teperate coach law Sons of Confederate Veterans elected John J Davit of Louisville to be Commander of the army of Northern Fuller war correspondent of the Indianapolis Newt was captured by Russians and thrown Into prison at Port Arthur The big new Amity dam In the Ar kansas river but recently completed at a cost of 1100000 has been destroyed by the high waters Charles S McCoy a prominent attor ney of Chicago 111 committed suicide by cutting his throat In a bath tub In a hotel at Jacksonville Fla Two masked men held up a Northern PaclQo passenger train near Bear mouth Mont blew open the express safe and eecured all of Its contents Dr Nathan Smith Davis one of the moat prominent physicians In the Uni ted States died In Chicago aged eigh tyseven years- Secretary Cortelyou of the Depart ment of Commerce and Labor has or dered a rigid Investigation to bo made of the burning of the steamboat General Slocum Henry J Draudt sent to the penitentiary from Louisville for embezzlement was granted a pardon by Acting Gov Thome be having served all but nine months of his terra OeorlletowoCollege by the trustees of Richmond Va College to succeed Dr J 0 Chandler In the cbalr of English- Announcement has been made at the University of Chicago that Dean James H Tufts Is to succeed Or John Dewey who resigned some time ago as bead of the department of philosophy FRANCIS ALLEN WEATHERFORD The bright and gentlemanly 12 year old ion of Mr and Mr J G Weath erford of Huitonvllle This young man baa always taken a fancy to poll tics and he proposes to make a fight boo fore the next General Assembly of Kentucky for page In the Lower House He li polite affable has the most en gaging manners and la handsome al though the picture above does not do him justice In his race for page he will have the hearty support of Lin coins representative Mr J M Alyer ton who will no doubt land him a win nor This young man M almost a past matter In the art of playing a plaDoI III tllllll J 11111111111111 HUSTONVILLE Mitt Fannie Powell Is no better and her condition Is exceedingly crltlca1 Mrs J E Huffman has fully recovered from her recent illness QDr Barker has broken ground for hIe twostory building on Danville Street Rev Mills cottage is being plastered as well as the handsome brick of C W Adams Material for the livery barn will begin to arrive this week A distinctive feature of last weeks court In Stanford was the able effort of Judge Saufley for the graded school In answer to Judge Beckner against the consensus of opinion being that the latter also ran It Ground has been broken for the New Weatberford Hotel and the architect Boyle of Louisville Is on hand seeing that the contracts are filled to the let ter A carload of the stone eating has arrived and no pains or expense will be spared to make it the bolt building and the best hotel In Central Kentucky Rey Hall L Calhoun of Lexington preached at the Christian church Sun day morning and evening He is one of the ablest men In the State with broad views One delivery and a mag netic manner In as well as out of the pulpit The audience Sunday night seemed spellbound giving close at tontlon He will continue throughout this week preaching at 3 and 8 p M and we bespeak for him a packed house All denomination are cordially Invit ed to hear him The music Is an at tractive feature of the service Space Will Not Allow Us To mention the bargains Come and see for yourselt Read I Read I t Every article in the store is reduced This is certainly a money saver to tho people Avail yourselves of the opportunities never before offered at any sale Remember hero is where your pennies will do the work of five l If you miss it youll regret it A word to the wise So come and dont delay The early morning sales are of great value to ouJR H Per month is the HAS ELDEN FILTER is worth that much to those for the small sum of 500 of force pumps cast iron to fit bucket pumps plumb ing work done on lPhone No 116 S H Depot Druggist Confidenceno we have built our trade upon 1000Crab 4 EXACTNESS MATERIALS are our want things done right when you aretired of taking chances in every department the best is our constant aim Dr W N Our Sale Of Ladies 2 to 350 while they of style or stock grade goods W E j1KyC RMcCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily HighoLest Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville Jll THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eo c WALTON HARVEY HELM- Jghtaaiiiiiiwbjectdto fr the the cctioneoflthethis mo cr tlc pony HON D L MOORE li a candidate for Con renln the of Mercer county Gilbert tub Eltbth district to succeed lion G G Jett to the action of the Democratic party Your IUP port It earnektly soadtedG Of Shelby Is a ctfriKUte for Congress subject to the action of the democratic perty- R C WARREN Is a uno1lJate for ju4Cof the Untoln County Court subject to the action of democratic patty THOMAS D NEWALND 8RH Is a codldal for Sbertl of Lincoln county subject U the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DcBORD li a canaldatt for Sheriff of Lincoln County subject U tea action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR ll a Candida for ShertB of Lincoln county subject U the action of the democratic poly JESSE C LYNN li candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to auction of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS d a candidate for Shcrifl of Lincoln county sublet Ie action of the democratic party DINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the lusomtic partyIW HERRIN li candidate for Jailer subject to tile action of tile eaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT for Superintendent of Public Schools la a candidate of the demo of LIncoln County subject to mac party MISS KATE BOGLE li candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools a action of the demosubject toof Lincoln county critic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub led 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 It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON It aicandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ctjto the action of the democratic patty E D KENNEDY It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democrats party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR ts a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county ubject to toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Llpcoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party NEXT Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Btandard time precinct con ventlone will be held In Lincoln county M wen at In the other counties ol tble ConjtreaBlonal dletrlct to name a can dldate for Connreu It le well known that Lincoln county has a candidate In the person of Hon Harvey Helm a splendid gentleman an unswerving democrat and a well equipped aspirant for the honor There la no trouble In Lincoln county and every precinct will Instruct for Mr Helm but leta make our choice as decisive aa possible in Mr Helms home county by every demo ocrat participating In the conventions It Is a busy time with farmers we know but certainly there li no democratic farmer In this good county who would not give an hours time for the benefit of one of her citizens who has given so much of his time and his means to the party of parties as Mr Helm has Lets let the news go out to the other counties that all or nearly all of the 1600 democratic voters of Lincoln endorse Mr Helms candidacy and are for him to a man Lets let the outside world know how much we think of our splendid entry In the Con Kreealonal race We will thus honor ourselves by honoring a man who has led the democratic hosts of the county to victory In many a political fight We owe It to Mr Helm to go to our TOtin j preclncu en masse next Satur day afternoon June 25 at 2 oclock standard time and say In no mlstalca blo terms that we are heartily for him because he Is our county man because of his valiant services for the demo cratlc party and because of his eternal fitness for the honor be seeks SENATOR FAIRBANKS need not fool himself Into believing that his accept ance of the second place on the republican ticket will put him In lino for the White House Men big enough to be president Jo not accept the vice presi dency until they have given up all hope of ever getting the first honor THE court of appeals affirmed the Judgment of the Jefferson common pleas court dismissing the suit brougnt by Auditors Agent Frank A Lucas of Paducah against the flank of Com coerce seeking to assess and tax the deposits of Individuals In the back The whole court considered the case on appeal and Judge Thomas H Payne ter delivered tbe opinion of affirmance Tbe ruling of the court which Is of wide Interest and Importance settling the law and dismissing about 300 cases filed against as many banks ID the State la that hanks are not required to pay taxes on deposits with them or as sets which represent It and that as trustee or bailee In possession they are not under a duty to list tbe property sought to be assessed by the proceed loge Instituted The proceedings In stituted by Agent Lucas wore three la number first to compel the banks to list property sought to be taxed upon the theory that the bank owns It sec and to list It as trustee third to list It as bailee In possession TUB Richmond Register Is still do log splendid work for Hon Harrey Holmln his race for Congress Its ed itorials giving many reasons why Mad eon should Instruct for him are strong and convincing arguments and are having splendid effect Bran Pickles and Myers are making legions ol friends by their loyal support of our county man and are making votes for Mr Helm right along Let the good work continue NIGGER domination In the republi can party took Booker Washington In to the White Rouse to eat possum and corn bread arid nigger domination ID the same party will take Roosevelt outI It A LOUISVILLE brute beat his wife because she would not let him pawn her false teeth for whisky Judge Lynch should hold a session of court In the Falls City at once- POLITICAL Kentucky republicans favor Fairbanks for vicepresident Tbe Kentucky delegation la off for Chicago to attend tbe national conven tion Tbe Republican National Committee djurned without settling the serious contest among Wisconsin delegates Mr Took Hubble the next Senator from this district was in this city yesterday with his right band stretch ed forwardDanyllle News Tbe contest between Bradburn Democrat and Galloway for circuit Judge at Bowling Green was decided by Spe clal Judge Osborne of Cynthlana In favor of Bradburn Tbe Republican National Commltee has decided the Wisconsin contest In favor of tbe Stalwarts Gov Lafoll ette with his followers Immediately returned to hla home where he will ask tbe courts to decide which conven Lion was held legally With harmony prevailing no disten sloe whatever Kentucky was never In better condition to roll up an old tjme democratic majority and In the nation there was never a better outlook for an overwhelming democratic victory Owen County Democrat Much dissatisfaction la expressed by the patrons both Republican and Dam ocratic over tbe appointment of a ne gro rural mall carrier at Lexington It Is alleged tbe appointment tbe result of a promise to Jordan C Jackson tbe negro politician by Republican ma chine leaders Tbe commission charged with the reparatlon of a currency system for Panama baa reached an agreement In Washington which establishes a coin equivalent In fineness and weight to the dollar of the United States as the standard and which also makes the Jnlted States dollar legal tender In the St Louis papers started a boom for Gov Beckbam for temporary chairman of tbe democratic national convention and a host of reporters sought Interviews on politics and feuds In Kentucky and tbe democratic sltua tlon In national affairs as be views It To all The governor gave the same an swer that his trip to St Loula at this time was purely official and social and that he was not being interviewed Bobbltt For Helm CRAB ORCHARD KY JUNE 20Tot- be voters of the Eighth Congressional district Having made a few speeches last tall I now deem it necessary to state that having three worthy gentlemen seeking tbe nomination for that honor and one a friend from my own county of Lincoln Hon Harvey Helm I shall not be a candidate before the Sbelbrvllle convention June 28th Yet should tbe delegates fan to agree on a condldate and should Insist upon me I shall not decline tbe nomination But I want to notify all aspirants now that I shall be a candidate In 1006 and shall open my compalgn this fall FONTAINE Fox BOUBITT Mary Thompson the negro woman who killed John Irvine near Belmont and waa subsequently shot by a mob la now In jail at Sbepbordsvllle and will probably recover The action of the mob will be Investigated by the grand Jury LANCASTER Miss Llzzo Noe aged 18 died sud denly at the home of her father Mich ael Noe of Garrard The ladles of the W C T U have opened an Ice cream parlor In a part of the Rest Room Very delightful Ices and cakes are served under the man agement of Mr Wm Moss A very delightful picnic was enjoyed by a number of young people Friday at Hanging Fork The beautiful scenery the delightful lunch the agreeable company and pleasant chaperones com bleed to make an enjoyable day Mr J W Elmoros residence on Danville Avenue was broken into last Saturday night by burglars They must have been frightened away as ttfcy loft several things which they bad displaced evidently Intending to carry with them The women of the Aid Society of the Christian church of Lancaster were awarded the contract to furnish the dinner on Kentucky day for tha Worlds Fair Cakes and other cats bles were shipped to St Louis This distinction for Lancaster was secured through the instrumentally of Mr R E Hughes manager of the Kentucky exhibit and a former Lancaster roan Miss Fannie Sbugara and Mr Ruck er from Paint Lick were quietly mar rled Wednesday evening at the brides home on Stanford Street Miss Shag are has for several years been employ ed by Dr Klnnalrd as office superin tendent Both the bride and groom have many friends here all of whom wish them a happy married life They left Thursday morning for a bridal tourMisses Pauline and Margaret Hock er of Stanford are the guests of Mrs Mattte Duncan Miss Ethyl West Is visiting Miss VanArsdale In Stanford Miss Mattie Mae Robinson attendee tbe dance Thursday evening In Stan lord Mr Waller Hudson left last Tuesday to visit the Worlds Fair Mr Harry Anderson has returned Iron Badness College In Louisville Mr Clay Kanffman has accepted a position ID the office of Dr J B Klnnalrd Mrs Anole Doty and son James are the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Doty Miss Edna Moore of Burgln has bee- ryisitiag tbe Misses Tillett Mrs Tbos Crmpbell and eon and Master Robert West are the guests of Mr and Mr John K West Miss Francis Fogg of Frankfort Is visiting MUs Mary Burnslde Mr Kennedy and daughter Miss Gussfc are visiting Mrs Banks Hudson Here and There The Court of Appeals passed the Caleb Power case until the fall term Judge J Soule Smith Is dead at Lex ington Ho was a prominent writer J B Kelley mayor of Morebeai was struck by lightning and badly Injured King Alfonso has signed the extra dition treaty between Spain and the United States It Is said the shortage In the Com merclal Bank of Cambridge 0 will reach 1100000 Many persons wero hurt during a panic under a circus tent at Chicago caused bv a collapse of the seats According to a rough census by Prof Bernie of Switzerland there are 10000000 Jews In the world Fearing that he would not pass In tie examinations at school Maynard Lovell of Buffalo N Y committed suicide Col Samuel S Vlnson a prominent democratic politician Is dead at his home In Huntington W Va at tbe age of 72 H B Jenks of the Railway Service was found dead In his berth ID a sleeping car en route from Chicago to Loulftvllle The Kentucky Educational Associa tion will convene In acnual session at Mavsvllle this morning An elaborate programme has been provided Five electric shocks of 1750 volts each were necessary to finally kill Moses Johnson a negro murderer In the Columbus 0 penitentiary F J Spengler of Lexington wee elected president of the Kentucky and Tennessee Photographers Association at tbe meeting held In Lexington last week The association will be hold at MoMlnnville Tone next year Sixteen prominent church people were poisoned by eating Ice cream at a picnic at Hlokraan Park Davies county Among the number poisoned were Rev R H Crossdeld and wife There were no fatal results of tbe accidents The members of tbe State Capitol Commission will leave for Jackson fits to lay to Inspect tbe State Cap- Itol building there The commie Loners will be absent four days during which time Lieut Gov Thome will be Acting Governor Rev Decatur Edwards pastor of the Falmoutb Baptist Church while shoot log at cats In his back yard at Fred erlcksburg Va accidentally shot and killed Mrs Lucy Mann who was stand lag In her back porch In an adjoining premises Fortynine bodice were recovered Sunday from the vicinity of the wreck of the excursion steamer Gen Slocum In East river New York bringing the total number of bodies recovered up to 631 Of these 550 have been Identified wbile 40 of tbe victims are unclaimed The number of missing Ja still estimat ed at more than 300 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Cline Nlsbet who attended the iiD at Danville for 10 years was killed by a train at Nortoovllle IDIformeenumerate tbe poll of Wetblngtons on Casey Creek and finds be exactly 247 Casey NewlIHarry Graham ederallCourtaffidavits In order to secure a pension He was cent to prison Capt Thomas Richards anti wife have severed their connection with tho Clemens Hotel after having charge of the place for seven years They will move to a cottage on McGrorty Avenue until September when they will per manently locate In tnoclty Capt Rich ards successor is not yet known Ad vocate Miss Minnie Cohen with 20018 votes wins a free trip to the World Fair In tbe Cincinnati Commercial Tribune contest ID which 150 young ladles were contestants 0733080 votes ward oast The result decides Miss Cohen bo tbe most popular young lady In Fayette county as she Is one of the prettiest Miss Cohen is a sister to Matt Cohen the wellknown Richmond horseman CHURCH MATTERS Tbe Richmond churches will hold a union tent meeting beginning July 3rd Billy Sunday tbe evangelist has converted the entire police force of Harvey III Every member of the Stanford Chris clan church Is urged to be present next Sunday morning A matter will be presented that deeply concerns each one This call or Invitation Is to tot members exclusively J W Begin minister Tbe General Asioolaton of Baptists of Kentucky In session at Campells vllle voted to change the name of Its State temperance organization to that of tbe AntiSaloon League of Kentucky It also Indorsed the McCumber bill providing for the display ol the analysis of Ingredient ol liquor on packages Russellvllle was selected at placeIRev was Installed as pastor of tbe Presbyterian church by the Transylvania Presbytery at tbe services which ended Sunday night Tbe divines present were Dr Dodge of Richmond Greene of Danville and Revs Glass of Somerset and Bopper of Perryvllle Dr Dodge preached at tbe morning and evening sessions and at the former Miss Patsy Prewitt of Lexington sang a beautiful so- loPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of rHo passlnic on our place and proeonte violators to the full extent of the law J Z naraore T M Holmes II F Sewland J n Camenlscb Peter Balmer W H Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens James M White and wife Carton- Q P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welsh R A Lawrence Frank Cortller- Mr A D Hoot Sam V Reynolds Morgan Humphrey O T Wlllson Season of I9O4 Crab Orchard Springs Ktntutkys Milt Dillghtful Summer Assort Fur Hitde Capacity COO QUilt amour Crab Orchard Springs Ai the heated term approaches the thought arises where shall I go to rest and quIet and end pleasant Bays and cool nights can be answered Orb Or Springs for nearly a century has Summer resort and thisaproven sawn to ho the bet In lte history There health and happiness cn always found Tbe days are never warm while the nights are delightfully llealallt from JUlie till October The fame OUI Orchard water from which h- lade Crab Orchard Salt Sulphur Chaly beate Magnesia etc all flow from large springs close to tbe Hotel A now Epsom Well has been opened and the use of b1 been se the Sulphur Well at cured The Table Neither money nor pains will be spared to make the table he best to be found In FIne cattle mutton pork and poul fattened on the Springs farm not sur passed anywhere Improvements The Springs building have all been lm i roved while paint end paper have been liberally used grounds are In the very Ink of condItion and a scene lovely to behold just now All of the walks have been Also complete job of plumbIng just aboutcompleted from top to bottom Society and Amusements Crab Orchard Springs has Ioogbeen noted for the homelike that pervades tho entire place The coremonlai of fashionable life are laid aside while each Individual promotes his or her own happiness lu contributing to tho happiness of others Rates The rates are very low considering the excellency of the service For 18 to 110 per week rooms and splendid tare cane obtained Season Opened June 1 and all durThe season June let fog the Bummer a splendid band of music will be In attendance For further particulars address J B WILLIS Manager Crab Orchard Ky I Grand Leaders Bargains Miwca Oxfords kid patent tip size 12 12 woro 81 now 7Co Misses Patent Leather Oxfords size 12 12 veto 8180 now OB- cLudW 8160 Putout tip kid OxftmU now 98 x Lathes 88 Pntqot Leather Oxfords now 8108 Ladies 8CO Patent Vici Oxftmla now 8220 Several Odd Lots Ladies Oxfords elias 8 8 12 nnd 4 worth up to 8 810v gontTOcMens Canvas Shoos tho 8160 kind now 080 Mutts Canvas Oxfordg tho 100 kind hole OSf- lMens 8350 Tan Shoot go at 8235- Mens 8501ntcut Viol Oxfords go at 820DIliens 8460 Patent Viol Oxfords go nt 8320 A few pairs of those Indies Dollar late Glows sixes 6 81 only to chow them out 46o till colors 15o Lawns 9o It yard 8 14Je Lawns Bo n yard r Mens 60o Underwear iiovriji t Mints 810 Suits now 8508IMens 81260 Suits now 8608- Mens i Straw UntIl slightly soiled worth up to 81 go at lOo taoh Ladies Straw Sailors go at ISc each OWBLEY BLOCK WATCH OUR ADS THE GRAND LEADER Me B Levy O Co S B Leyy The of of be of but of We the of and of In a I Of was as the Hank Stanford reor DIed as the National Bank of Stanford IKS uthe First National Balk of Stanford IB lilt having had an uninter rupted existence for years It Is now with facllltle for transact well before tc its career and Cer Directors J B Paxton J B Owslay 8 n Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter j n Foster L 0 Gooch W II W Bright K L Hubble w II Shanks retting suitable exclusive material perfect workmanship carry largest stock Monuments Markers Tablet Marbleand Granite Central Kentucky Lettering pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky GO TO WIB McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED First National Bank Stanford Capital Stock 50OQO Institution originally established Deposit again reorgnnlied practically better supplied promptly long honorable Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries pontlons Solicited CAPITAL STOCK SJSOOOO Cummins Successor to The Partners flank tTrust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Produce Wanted I Will you the boat market price tar eggs hens tilde feathers etc Call be convinced at II B NorlhCottsStanford- Ky Have Your Buggy Painted cot you only tfl I use tbe bet of paints varnishes and guarantee my work to bo flrstclon Call at shop on erset street and sue specimen of mywork nousu and pnpor hinging cheaply- nd satisfactorily dODO J7 J M Osteopathic 1hyslclan Office Myors House Consultation Free Hours to- 12AMI2toe rstl7toerel Stanford Kentucky last place your departed ones by the erection a Monument Let It and arttctlcdeilgn the and doneby DRUGGISTI I Kr This of In 1ISI then In and 41 and than ever of and It will and Som J In LANDRETHS 11 GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS Officers J t HOOKER Press ST IlAKiun V Pre J J McllOnEUTS Ohr W H WEABENAsst Obra Directors i r Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J 8 Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney U D Elmore Stanford U Banghmao Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Banghman StanfordtieJ II Pettui Stanford Sd Carter Stanford r UROOUI COUNTY NATIONAL BANK rI continuouslyfor PREWITT Miss Willie St A S Ky 11 H SHANKS President J D OWBLEYCashier s W M 1AnTHE CALVERT I K Hockcr Proprietress Finney Aver Louis JPKlCJb lurleoR Dentist Stanford Officers 3641 OMaevu Msitoberte Drug Store In Ihs UuUdlDf OWIIrDr O S WUhif DENTIST All work guaranteed and reap sonable- Hustonvllle Kentucky 0 Remnants We have placed on tho market In bio nil short lengths of Lavrne Voiles Ginghams Porcaloj CalicxMwSwicsos Linings Shirting c They are marked nt onethird to onehalf oft the regular prico Look thcio through spent a dollar or two and mvo n dollar or two IDo hays nny of tho flno wnshj goods that sold at 26 to fi5o J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL KY JUNE 21 1001 i8TANFORD OUR last prescription number is 08 780 That means we have been trusted to fill accurately sod carefully that number of prescriptions for sad your neighbors Dont you think that means something Pennys Drugstore PERSONALS J H DUNN of Brodhead was here Sunday MR L 0 ALCORN of Oreensburg t was hero Saturday ALIce TONER of Louisville Is fMISS Jennie Lynn t WlNFRED B POITOJAN ot the L it N Is hero with friends 4Miss ANNIE STEELE COOK Is with her brother In Lexington Miss KTUKL WEST of Lancaster Is with the Misses J N PARSONS of Halsey spent Sunday with his mother here MRS J E PORTMAN Is visiting Mrs A A Warren at Mlddluboroa Miss MYRTLE ODANNON is with Miss Katie Mershon In Somerset Mn J A CARPENTER of Perry vllle was hors with old friends Sunday Mr THOMAS VALKniiof Louisville was the guest of A M Feland Jr Miss CLARA COOPER will go to Som erset this morning to visit friends iolMns JOUN P JONBB and children are visiting relatives In Cincinnati Miss STELLA DALE is the guest of Misses Dee and Annie Spoonamoro MR W J SlARleS of Mt Vernon passed through to Louisville Friday MRS UR J M OWENS of Somerset Is with her sister Mrs Dr L B Cook MR DC RUPLBY Is visiting his r daughter Mrs II It Hourlgan ID Ma rlon Miss WILLIE V DAWSON of Louis yUle U with her father and sisters hereMiss MATTIE MAE ROBINSON of Lancaster Is with Miss Cloe Baugb man T D RANEY and little daughter Mamie Moore visited friends at Shot by City JOSH T STONE of Washington D C is hero visiting his old boosoy News MRS J S REED and little son of Louisville are with her mother Mrs J M White fJaB OWENS of Somerset spent with his wife and baby at Mr J W Routs JUDOE W R CARSON wont to Fay otto Friday to make his homo with his daughter Mrs S P Stags MRS Jut HOCICER went up to Flits burl Saturday after a visit to her daughter Mrs W O Spoed v Miss LOUISA HAYES daughter of Mr J 0 Hayes of the East End has been quite sick but Is bettor REV P J ROSS and little daughter Thercsft are spending a tow days with his parents In Shelby county Miss MINNIE SINE will represent Stanford to the Elocutionary Contest at Lebanon Thursday evening Miss SUE ANNA LEAR of Lancas ter and Mies Mary Kendrick Duddo rar are with Mrs J A Dudderar Sue AND BELLE SMITH who toM1ssr9 with relatives hero returned to their homo at Flat Lick Saturday MR W A CARSON who has been a notary public for some time has hung out his shingle at Carson Ponces store MR TUOMAS METCALF and family who have been staying at the King Ho tal Crab Orchard for some time re turned to Lion City III Friday HANDSOME Miss JEAN D WARREN of Danville and her pretty guest Miss Pattlo Crosswalt of Lexington spent several days with Mrs M C BauBey MRS Dr P P TRUEUEART and daughter Miss Virginia Tfueheart of c Sterling Kansas are visiting relatives here Including Miss Virginia Bourne TilE Anderson News contained good pictures of Mr and Mrs W J lazier together with a splendid writeup of their wedding Mrs Dozier was Miss mania Pence MISS SALLIE COOKE of Nashville arrived Saturday to visit her sisters and other relatives here Miss Lyles Cooper who has boon visiting In Nash yule returned with her Miss WIIITLYB MURPHY Is at home from Stanton Va where she taught the last year Miss Nollto Murphy has returned from a visit to relatives In Texas Kansas and Missouri iV j ITS GOOD BUSINESS SENSE t To offer values like we are offering once in awhile to get acquainted with a Iqt of new customers and show them how to save a DOLLAR We are human and make mistakes like other people We sometimes buy too much of one item or too little of another We are looking for a buyer who knows what when and how much to buy We did not make a mistake this season so far as getting the right things is concerned but made a mistake in guag ing the weather It didnt get hot so quick as we thought it would t SEVERAT TCE8a SON STANFORD I VanArsdale MR It C ENULBMAN JR Is work log a lot of horses for Mr S M Owens Miss LUCILE COOPER Is vlsltlni Miss Lou e Culbcrtson In Covlngton MR AND MRS H C Wit AY are bad from Nlcbolasvllle glad to call Stan ford their homo again MRS Loa AN THOMPSON and pretty daughter Miss Annie of Mt Vernon i are the guests of Mrs M 0 Williams TILE Misses VanArsdalo entertalnec yesterday evening In honor of the handsome Miss Minerva Embry of Lexington LOCALS TRY our Tiger and Champion hay rakes W fl Higgins TilE L d N offers another low rate of 1160 to Cincinnati and return Sunday 20th FOR RENT The Bronaugh cottage on East Main Street Mrs Mary E Bronaugh T11nEEsecond hddbuggies for sale or trade and a good fresh milk cow for sale B D Carter Stanford GERANIUMS at 7tc big flno plants Other bedding plants In proportion John ChrlsmanaOUR house Is open again and we cordially Invite you to call and see us W H Hlgglns successor to Higgins McKinneyaTUB AidSociety of the Pros byterian church will meet In the lee ture room of the church next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock NEVER In jour life could you Dry Goods as low as John P Jones offering them now Go if you have already been and stock up for future useaAN election to take sense of the people of Hustonrttle on the question of a graded school will be held today There seems to bo some doubt about the proposition carrying DONT gooyour pre abet at 2 oclock standard time next Saturday afternoon sod vote for HOD Harvey Helm for Congress You owe it to your distinguished countyroan DID WELL Judge James P Bailey and County Clerk G B Cooper did well on their trip to Frankfort They succeeded In getting the eight cents raise on town lots taken off and the six cents raise on farming lands reduced to two cents Tills Is tbo last week ot our great sale All floe VollesandEtamlneswortb II go for 75c fine Satin table dam mask worth II for 76c Worcester C B Thompson Glove Fitting and all II corsets go for 76c Again wo say you cant afford to miss this sale Jno P Jones TilE democrats of aTurnersvlllo precinct met Saturday and elected Mr Samuel H Helm committeeman to sue teed Mr Jerry Brlscoo who has mov ed out of tbo precinct The KIngsvillo democrats at the sumo time chose Dr O M Thompson to succeed Mr C G Baker who moved to Harriman Tenn Both selections are good ones THE Elocutionary test given at Waltons Opera Rouse Friday evening by Mr E H Beazley was like all of those that Have preceded It an enjoy able and highclass entertainment There wero nine contestants and where all did so well It le Invidious to partic ularize The judges Judge W O Bell of flarrodsburg Judge W M Beokner ot Winchester and lIon R H Tomllnson of Lancaster thought that Miss Louise Bailey White of Lex ington whose subject was As the Moon Rose was the best and so awarded the first prize Miss Mary France of Flemlngsburg who recited Ole Mlstls was given second honor and Miss Marie Mahony Stanfords representatlvo who told of Her Cu ban Tea third Between ouch reel tatlon vocal or Instrumental muslo was furnished b the following Mrs J H Turner of Jessamine Mrs Gilbert Grlnstead of Richmond Miss Grace Grlnstead of Flemlngsburg and Messrs J C McClary and T D Ra ney of Stanford The muslo was a pleasing feature of the program Mr Beazley Is deserving of both the congratulation and thanks of our people for a thoroughly enjoyable evening Stanford was proud of her entry In the contest and many thought that Miss Mabony should have gotten first rath sr than third prize WANTED A white n urea for a baby six months old Mrs John B Foster Stanford blsahtnkrepairs sickle grinders etc at W H Higgins NEW POTATOES finsAdell a Woods has had new potatoes ou of her garden as large as goose eggs LOST Between town and S H Baughmans a pocket book containing 115 Finder return to this office and receive rewardaFOR RENT The little storeroom on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky Fon SALE Cottage of five rooms hall mad nice veranda Largo barn partieIlee REMEMBER the precinct conventions Saturday next at 2 oclock standard time Go to your voting precinct and honor yourself by voting for Hon Bar voy Helm for Congress TUB court of appeal affirmed the Mercer circuit court In the case of W P Harvey against Judge W O Bell The case involved a construction of the will of the late William Payne The will disposed of property valued at about 1100000 150000 of which goes to she little son of our splendid circuit judge YOUR attention Is celled to the ad vertisement of grand old Crab Orchard Springs which Is now open for the re bulldlDglI det lightful old summer resort Is In the very pink of condition Manager B Willis Informs us that the prospects for a good crowd this summer are most flattering and that guests are already arriving while many are engaging rooms for later In the season Mr Willis years of experience lathe hotel business warrants us In saying that the Springs will be run as they should this year and that the table will always bo supplied wltb the best the markets are ford A good band of music has been engaged lor tho entire season and the light fantastic will be tripped more or less each evening It would be a dins cult task to find a more delightful place or a more accessible one to spend a few weeks at than Crab Orchard Springs TilE hop given at Waltons Opera House Thursday evening by the Stanford Hop Club was the largest mod ono of the most enjoyable occasions thathas ever taken place in Stanford in many years Tbero were a great many belles and beaux from a distance present and they trlppod the light fantastic to the sweet strains of music rendered by the great Henry Saxton and bis excellent orchestra The young ladles In attend ance never looked more beautiful and wereelrgantlygownedfortbeausplclous occasion The young men comprising the hop club certainly deserve all the plaudits that could be bestowed upon them on tbo excellent manner In which tho hop was conducted When intermission arrived the dancers repaired to the St Asaph Hotel where a sumptuous spread was served that was fit for the gods The following young ladles were present Misses Jean Davies Warren Ruth Ball Letitia Warren and Maude Moore Danville Misses Pattie Cross wait Patsy Prewitt Minerva Embry Virginia Truehart and Clara Nor wood Lexington Misses Mattie Mao Uoblnson and Joan Mount Lancaster Miss Edna Camnltz Hustonvllle Miss Alice Toner Louisville Misses Pearl BurnsldeTevls Carpenter Alllo Huff man Josephine Warren Cloe Baugh man Jonnlo Lynn Sara Dunn Virgin CooperClaraCooper Mrs W C Shanks Stanford Mrs Cosby Mr and Mrs G C Keller The gentlemen present were G L Penny G B Saufloy T H Shanks S M Saufley R T Bruce R C SaufleyT J Hill Jr JasT Menefee Jas O Carpenter John Menefee M J Farris Andrew Bright Jan Reid Jesse Embry Will Goodwin Julian Bourne A J Adams O S Williams Oliver Bishop Harry Bright John G DUDdloyWare RobortColIeyColeman Jal Tribble BurchBucbanan I WALLACE WALLS who killed Ma rlon Brown Thursday come to town and gave himself up He will likely be Indicted this term THERE will be a box and Ice cream upper at Fair View church near J H Carters itore Saturday night Every body cordially Invited to attend HELMMre Arthur Helm died of consumption in Danville Saturday and was burled there Sunday Besides the husband who Is a son of Mr J K Helm of this county three children are left to mourn the loss of a loving wife and tender mother REDUCED RATES heLS N will sell round trip tickets to Barbourvllle Thursday and for the early train Fri day morning at 280 on account of toe Masonic celebration To Indianapolis and return Juno 20 and 27 rood till July 16 705 account the National Prohibition Convention Round trip tickets to the Worlds fair at St Louis can be secured dally at 1776 day tickets at old 80 and 15 day tickets at IH no See agent J S Rico for fur ther particulars CIRCUIT COURTMr Kindrlck S Alcorn filed a license to practice law obtained In the Jessamine circuit court The suit between the school trustees will be tried this afternoon There have been several skirmishes In the case over preliminary Edna W Sblvell recovered maLLerlI against J E Wright E E and J S Wrights administrator for 1801 60 with Interest from August 1808 credited by 11601 18 paid April 15 1809 J S Wright was her guard Ion and the others his sureties W F Main S Co recovered judgment against W L MoCartv for 1133 It was a contest over a lot of Jewelry The case of Swloebroad against Bright is now on trial It Is over 11000 pertaining In some way to Greenberry Brlghta will and has been tried several times be fore MATRIMONIAL Allen Murpby 20 and Mlsslda Alice Coffman 17 were married at W D Coffmans Sunday After an elopement and two unsuc cessful attempts to get married Miss Alma Kremerand George Bohr of Louisville were granted license to wed their fathers consenting and going on the bond- J P Rucker L S N agent at Ford and Miss Fannie Shugars daughter of Judge William Shugars of Lancaster were married and left Immediately for St Louis The wedding was a pleasant surprise to their many friends A quiet but pretty wedding was that when Mlle Eva Cooper and Mr Black burn Huffman drove to Danville WedCnesdav and were united ID Roy Vaught In the parlor of that min Peter Misses Kate Huffman Isabel Ross Robert Bruce and Leslie Cooper were the attendants Only the family of the minister and two bothers of the groom witnessed the ceremony but a bridal was sever seen in fblueplayed to better advantage The brides maids were dressed in white and cham pagan After the ceremony and con gratulatlons the party drove to Stan ford to the pretty home of the bride groom where an elegant supper was served Mr and Mrs Huffman will make their home in Stanford May many rich blessings be theirs Is the wish of their friends A FRIEND SAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We have jut re calved 25 can coal and will sell ate reduced price of from 2 to 3 cent on bushel cheaper than In days from above date RiNG k OOX Moreland Ky BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy bust nets I lIIlell for the next days at cost SurreysPhaetonsHarness They are all tho latest style and bet make Part of the vehicles are rubber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OUUTI3 QOVEIt Grab Orchard Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR Having been In the Tailoring business all Ply life I feel confident In saying I represent one of the best tailoring in the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectont I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory ae my many patrons in this line will bur me out My prices are the same as Inex perienced men who aro in the business I also have a nice lino of fancy Cheviot and other Bultingb I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor 1 Blk Mohairfor Skirts AVc are offering fine values in Black aud Colored Mohair at cut prices These are cut from 60 to 38c 75c to 50c t 1 to The Cream Ulue Brown and Black Voiles cut from GjOo to 88e mack and White Chiffon Stocks 10c Dolly Varden Batiste Corsets only 30c See the 15 to 25c wash goods cut to 12 l2c per yard Special Sale 100 Suits I Good FabricsDesirable Patterns eanlrarstssate These suits have been called from regular stock and put on special sale because In some patterns we have only one ultIn none more than three We desire to get stock free from odds and ends These PRICES should move them i 115 Suits for 950 012 JO Suits for 850 E10 Suits torG and 17 18 Suits for tS Some flO Bulls as low as 16 Buy Early And Get The Pick W I W CUMniN5 MCLARY HOT WEATHER GOODS Straw Hats Cloth Hats Low Shoes in Tan and Patents Negligee Shirts Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes All new and uptodate H J McROBERTSStanford Kentucky 4th OF JULY AT STANFORDG- iven by the Maccabees of Lincoln county Everybody invited Maccabee Horseback Parade Speeches by Col T P Hill Judge J P Bailey Hon E C Warren lion J S Owsley and Others Foot Races Sack Races Potato Races Pole Vaulting Fat Mans Race and Oth er Amusements UdfFirG Works at Night Be sure to remain for theImagnificent Pyrotechnic Display s i LI MAXMEANS 11TheCLIMAX BUGGY PAINT The Result laQood on Any Surface where a Glossy cad Beautiful Finish Is Wasted GOOD FOR VEHICLES OP ANY KIND r PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentuckya 9f 4 LTHE JNTER1OfiJOllRAL SfUcrtd n the poIoflce Sanford al- xlondclass mater a4Fridpayqabllslse62Yaeeitaye T i PER YEAR CASH fir WUn of sopstaataoo wilt beehar1ed KNOXVILLE DIVISION 14 Train lolng North nl 104 20am pm 024It BoutS 1217 a m OM 18 pm No 23 NEW LIVERY STABLES W 1IlI1tJ1 k SOttIPmts JUNCTION CITY KY TlntOUis Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Goal Jesse W Sweeney raoroiETon Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates JaJl Trag1 Oft DIALta IM WtiisK Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KY Prompt andpolite attention Nothlne but the be to ddsk Mill pbOll1 cr telegraph orders recly prompt attention FOR SALE Tin acres of land a two etory front seven room cottage Toe house Is new As Marge did garden orchard There Is a mill on the place a good crusher and the dam Is In good and the natural power la great economy In running the mill Does business Is In gooda repair and hal all neceasarp outbulldIDgs Tbe owners only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after Tbl property Is on tho Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a Nor further particulars SO Thurmond Lytle L B IlDQilts Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We hare a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be to show anyone what we have It you desire to sell It In our hands Once at Itoonos Livery 4Stable Stanford Ey II R B Mahony Insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in tn counties i ncoln and Uasey who may be seeking in suranca against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but Itron eat and best OldLine Com panies represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed j Stanford Phone Kentucky j FEMALEWEAKNESS stIoIlTLUftl Octonlm superiortoand I know whereof I pet I tut fend for nine months with sappreesed protrahayeblln410gswell up and I would feel a weak I could not stand up I naturally felt beyondtheOardul came as a Oodsend to me I felt a change for the better within a week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without lufTertng the agonies I usually did and soon became regular and without pain Wine of Oardul Is simply wonderful and I wish that all suffering women knew ol 1G rood 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 If you are discouragedand doctors have that is best reason in the world should try Wine of thatISecure a 100 bottle of Wine of I Cardui today WINE r CIRDUI Iv PARKS S HAIR BALSAM Chum and tnattflti tee hula Iromott a iaitntnt growth CityItalyCam laII1Daoai THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all tho year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must tM paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection E Qa PeytonDE- ALER IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Ju La Beazley i Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DIALIIert FurnltureMattringsRugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ v+ 1eCi MY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Dealt ar In BABNES5 rJADDLDTIO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonville Ky i Has removed to his new and elegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P O Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world season of ro4 at the stable of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster KyPreston 12 years old 1st hands high a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington 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 J T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky Mont gomery Chief owned by Bros Why you should breed to Preston- I Because he is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to George Watson for 1650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros 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 Ijoo 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 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because be has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stal lion in Kentucky 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 elot- he season or V15 to insure a living colt J C BKILBY Stanford Ky BREATHE HEALING AIRI Hyomel Destroys Germs of Ca tarrh and Cures the Dis ease Money Back If it Falls No other treatment for catarrhal trou bles is aa pleasant and convenient to use as Hyomel Simply put 20 drops of Ily omel In the Inhaler that comet with every outfit and then breathe it for a few minutes four times a day and it will cure the worst case of catarrh In this way one taken into tho air passages of tho head throat and lunge air that is filled with balsamic healing and antiseptic fra grance It goes to tho most remote part of the air passages dStroys all catarrh al germ and enriches and puiifles the bloodwith additional ozone The t6rlt days use of Ilyomet will show a decided improvement and In a short time there will be no further trlluI ble with catarrh Its good sheets are very quickly gained and the benefit Is permanentYou no risk in buying llyomol The complete outfit costs but SI and if after using you can say that It did not give satisfaction Mr Penny will return your money You have the promise of one ofI the most reliable drug firms in this section that Hyomel will cost you absolutely nothing if yon can say It did not help You are to use it entirely at his risk with the understanding that your money will be returned without question or argument It you are not satisfied with Hyomei Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed forI holding the Kentucky fairs for 1001 as far as reported Klrkevllla July 152 day Crab Orchard July2i3 day Danville August 33 days Harrodabure August 93 days Lawreoceburgr August 164 days Brod bead Aug 17 18 Shepherdivllle Aug 234 days Shelbvvllle Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 244 days Somerset Aug30l days Nlcholasvllle Aug 303 days Florence Aug 31I days Glasgow Aug 314 dart Ellztbethtown Sept 64 days Hartford Sept 2L4 days Georgetown Aug 912 days Nearly fifteen sego aman entered the First National Bank of ben ver and walked Into the office of David H Moffatt the president of the bank Be bad a bottle In his hand that be said contained nitroglycerin and threatened to blow up the bank unless he was given a largo sum of money Mr Moffatt sent for the money and among the bills was one of 910000 de nomination Recently the Government called In all 10000 bills and the one given by Mr MofTatt U the only ono that has not been presented for re demption No trace of the man who got the money was ever found 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 Will able to compound a medicine that would pro duce such gratifying results in cases of stomach troubles biliousness or constipation his whole time would be used in preparing this one medicine For sale by W N Craig S a Flipper You dont teem to see any good at all In the pension list Flapper Yes I do If It keeps on growing the Government will soon be able to use It as a census report Town Topi- cTeacherRemember children always build your house on a rock Bright BoyWell papa built a sum mer hotel on the sand and made a for tune out of ItSmart Set Swedish restaurant keepers of the oldfashioned sort charge less for a womens meal than for a mans on the theory that she Is physically unable to cat as much A husband and wife traveling together only py at many hotels as One person and a half and In like manner a wife In her husbands company may travel with a halfticket by train Young man said Rev Goodman some day youll bring your fathers gray hairs in sorrow to the grave No danger replied Rakely he hasnt any Worrying about me has made his head baldPhlladelphla Ledger To the Worlds Fair via Queen 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 A poor man Is Impressed by thenum ber of good things that money can buy while a rich man Is still more Impress ed by the number of things It cant buy To please one most make up his mini to be taught many things which ho already knows by people who do not know them To The Voters of tho Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky j I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district j subject to the action of the democratic j party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal caeost which hays become a part ot tho States history and at a most critical time As j Judge of the State fiscal court It toll to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put la force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe i the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Us proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened tho dockets of my court touching tho rights of corporation and the exercise of franchisee under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determineiI will be very to they can assist me to secure the high position and ofllco to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTUILL Down In Kentucky not long ago says a Chicago traveling man la the Rocord Herald I saw In front of a store In ono of the small towns a sign which read Paints Oils Hardware Books and Stationery I had a rather long tedious trip before me and desir log something to read on the way I want In Do you happen to have any of the vest pocket classics In stock I asked the proprietor No I alut got any of them lust now he replied but I can show you hippocket Colts It thatll do And If youll take my advice you wont waste any money on vestpocket classic foh use la these pbats Is your seat comfortable dear be asked when they bad got settled to the theaterYes It Is very nice II said the wife smiling pleasantly Feel any draft dear Not a particle No big baW in front of you dear Not one No posts la the way No Im very comfortable Then change seats with me dear I had a great dream the other nlihtII dreamed I met a man who cut me a pound slice of radium Whew Its worth moroo million an ounceThat right Want a slice be says to me Yes I answered biro But I was too grasping- How was that I woke up just as I asked him to cut It thick Cleveland PlaIn Dealer The editor of the Todd County Prog ress says The editor of the Progress doesnt care to create envy but feels he has cause to be proud of the beet garden In town W6 have eaten al ready oil our patch nearly every form of vegetable save new tomatoes and we will have them at an early date This early morning work In gardens counts Upon which the Glasgow Times cruelly remarks Col Galnei has a noble wife With the annual parade followed by a brief business session the 14th reunion of Confederate Veterans passed Into history During the parade the thinning ranks could early be noticed Touching scenes were enacted at the reviewing stand where Gen Lee and Mrs John B Gordon were greeted The veterans are strongly opposed to a movement coniefnplailng a change In the words of Dixie II Let us said the ardent youth To the journalistic miss Let us shyly go to press So that we may print a kiss One edition soon was dose Ho knew what be was about Our success Is flee he said II We must get some extras out Judge Snedeker always wrsaqueer chap Whet has he done DOW After being defeated at the polll the other day be didnt turn around and say he was glad of It because be would now have a chance to go on quietly attending to his own affairs while the othorfellow was bavlng all the trouble Mary Jane goes to bed at eleven Committing her welfare to heaven Her face Is so pure Shes so good and demure Em then she Is most fortyseven Town Topics She Why do u write dictated1 on your letters when you write them with your own hand HoWell you see I am a bad spell erA severe storm of several days dura tion has caused loss of life at Santiago and Guantamao Cuba The village of El Cobra was wiped out by the flood Scores of people are dead and mining Mayor Combs of xingtuo has II sued an order that women break no more rock In the city workhouse Some other employment must be furnished the citys female prisoners For sick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by W N Craig OUTING CLOTHES ONLYiBuilt for Hot Weather and Comfort Our Outing Suits have Style to them and are made so they will retain their- shape and you dont find these points in many thin suits Come in and See our Stock 850 to 1650 TIo mILLER DaiWillB Ku THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from WeH HIGGiNS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper I W Ilout Jr B G ioode clerks and lIam Steward L irterITRY ONE OF THESE I UunrnntoodlWarranted and Satisfaction For a Clean and Easy Shave you pantIaffordnot to use a CLAUSS RAZOR OEOROE H FARRIS c COL Stanford Kentucky I Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to tell privately my farm of 170 acre located la edge of lluilonvllle Good Improvements fruit never Utllor water M whole or divide Small house on lorp- art O n IUUNETT- Iluitonvllle Ky NEW ILACKSMITH SHOP Having rented the Wm Diughortv blacksmith soup on west main street I am prepared to all kinds of blacksmith wood work I have an experienced work man In char Work guaranteed Give me a oan will also krelon hand all the time a tot of lumber IUKER WALLS HUMMER JR Bay stallion 13 34 hands a good indi vidual with abundant speed lie is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 211 2rtK Quickly 214 Mountaineer 2154 Speedon 219 15 in 230 Hummer 6112 is a son of the renowned Electioneer and save one is the only son of Electioneer living that is out of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arion is the only son standing in Kentucky that has a 209 performer to his credit Hummer Jrs dam is by the great Lord Russell dam Godlva by Auditor 773 Will stand at 9io to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 iCi hands high By Gloseter 36 Im ported lit dam Jolly by Wonderful l oy Preserves 822 First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King no 2d dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 Ha is a bred Cleveland bay English Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drives well gentle and kind tyle and highaction Can show a mile better than three min utes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will stand at fllo- to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid Jack at iio Mares grazed at ez per month which in all cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should occur J K BAUOUMAN Hustonville e o Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ftT Stanford Kentucky LUMBER WANTED I headinglumberprice at Moreland D D 0 Peyt- onUMBRELLAS t lie co re red and repairedand made almost J as good M new a small amount I can trial trmprepalrenKBAKK Mite Stanford I The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SHUOABS Proprlitor electric Lights In every room MansgamtBobUrge W lllltht Smpt Ro9Q t R A JONES IDENTIST O race In Mycr house Parlor 1hone 01 f TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpata matting oil cloth rugs ihadoi lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens paue partolit doon windows glass tablet chair sate wardrobes couches dressers washstands bed springs mattresses chamber suits water tots lamps chiffon Ingerscopes carriage pat house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTIONJMOR LAND KY IV