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A i u diw + tNr H+f wtR I I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 24 1904 SAM NO 34 I ILANDSTOCKCROPS ETC Pair j Handicap at Si Louis Saturday s I desire to soil the standing timothy 00 46 acre of meadow Mn Clifton Fowler lilt authentically stated that the i owner ot Highball won 1300000 on him a In hit American Derby winning s J C Bailey told to T H Smiley ol Lexington a black harness gelding and a bay mire for a snug fortune FOR SALE Thoroughbred Black Berkshire hogs Southdown and high grade sheep of both sexes John Steele Carpenter nustonvllle Ky ESTRAY a red steer two years old In thin order weight about 800 pounds Left tho Rice farm in Oarrard three weeks ago Roward A M Pence Stanford J Sawyer of St Louis hat purchas- edI ot John Darby ol Lexington the chestnut sixyear old horse Hart D by Major Richards dam Patagonia jfJtor1000 told to Wm Horton a pair of four year old mule for I1CO Mr Hotter bought of Mrs Emma Gregory of Garrard a pair of two year olde for 1276 A stray rod helter about liyeanold dehornedcame to my placo last March Owner can get tame by paying for her keep and this notice Mr M J Ash lock Gilbert Creek The borto trado keeps up well and the prloet ot mules are on the Increase Fat hogs are bringing 4 to4lo03 poucd lambs tall at Co a pound a load ol Ca say county lamb told for 6 to iio Journal list of tbo October show of fSomersot Horse Show atioolatlon been Issued from the press It It one of the most attractive booklet over issued bv the association The horse show will bo held during the week beginning October 3 The prera lumi aggregate 30000 Tbe Governments weekly crop report I iaya tbat crops east of the Mississ Ippl river suffered greatly lat week owing to the cool temperature and lack of rain Corn hat been checked to Itt growth Tobacco bat done fairly well but cotton not 10 well Harvesting ot winter wheat U now In progress the pat 10 months ot the present year thero bat been exported 1Forthis country 401 561 cattle agalatt t for tbe tame 10 months one year previous Generally low prloet here and good demand abroad have been ao countable for this condition whlob In dilate an increase of 177458 cattle There will bo no more horse racing at Washington Park this year and report Is In circulation that the track where to many American Derbies have been decided will be abandoned Tho stand taken by tbo city authorities pro hibiting betting In any form at the t track U responsible for the curtailment ot the present meeting There are collected at Dentcndale the stock farm ot John T Denton ilx I miles from Lexington on the Richmond pike 60 fine thoroughbred saddle hors et that will be shipped to the Philippine Islands on the 25th They are the property of the United State govern moat having been collected together by the governments agent J T Speed Mr Speed U now In Mlnourl where bo It preparing another collec lion ot thoroughbreds forihlpment John W Yerke Commissioner ot Internal Revenue ti telling a good story on himself Llko many Ken tuoklani Commissioner Yerkeft sometimes chews tobacco Shortly after the promulgation by hit own order of the rule that all tobacco mutt be kepi In the original boxes until It U told be wont Into a store In Washington and asked for a piece of his favorite brand I The clerk handed It to him and ai be tried to cut off a mouthful It crumbled t Into dust What li this that you aro giving me be asked Punk It Ii pretty dry replied the olork but wo cant help It Wo used to be able to take a few pieced out and keep s them In a moistening box but tomo darned fool up In tho Internal Revenue Oftlco decided that It was Illegal an we cant do It any more Beats all what idiots get appointed to oflloa Well that certainly was a fool rul lag replied Mr Yerkei New Yor Time Chamberlain Stomach and Li ver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Truhart Va iay hat Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good tha anything he could got from the doctor V If any physician In this country was abl to compound medicine that would produce such gratifying resulU in csea of stomach troubles biliousness or constipa tion his whole time would be used In preparing this ono medicine For sale rl by W N Craig L IU HUSTONVILLE Among the visiting pistOl attend lag the protracted meeting here wo noticed Keys J W Haglnof your city and G W Montgomery ot Liberty The subject of Rev Hell L Cal houn lerinon for next Friday afternoon is low To Develop A Christ like Character Night Christs Law of Pardon Saturday night Tbe Gospel at God Gave It Adapted to Man ai God Made him Sunday morning Tbe Shadow and Substance Sunday night Faith Hours of service week days 3 Pat and 8 P H standard time Sunday 11 A u and 8- P11 This man It that power ot God called great and you will have cause for many regrets If you do not hear hIm Right will not down though tbe gates of hands prevail against U The voice of the people on tail Tuesday laid thou tbalt have a graded school Praise tbe Lord Let all rejoice For the people voice Dommnd that majority rule Watch the glad school boy Now hallowing for Joy Hurrabl for the graded school Chat Wheeler J C Neal J K Baugbman T L Carpenter and J H McHarguo were elected trustees all of whom voted for the school except Mr Baugbman Mitt MurrIe Adams of Longvlow Ala U with relatives hero for the season MrsJos L Conway of Wich Itaf Kai of whoto Injury In a wreck oo tbe Santo Fe It R enrouto home we made mention is able to be out There I no Improvement In Miss FanI ole Powell condition Prof J W Davit of Mlddleburg was with friends sad relatives bore this week Ho was pleated to hear that the proposition to establish and maintain a graded school hero had carried ills reputation at a teacher stands second to none who ever taught In our oily and be thinks at well at many others that the school can and will be maintained on the tax already voted aol properly managed will be a great factor In upbuilding of not only our city but will enhance tbe value ot all desirable property In tbe district A Few Items from Bass Casey County I will give you tome newt from this place that may lnterestyourmany read er Health good oon planting U the order of the day On the 20th the neighbor and friends In this community gathered at the res UnclesTom at he It familiarly called to cel ebrate his 07th birthday and his wlfei Aunt Avena 87 which come on the same day ot the month In all there were 110 present 100 ot whom were Theratwere three of his cousins present one 70 Thomas Wethlngtoo Dull Weth tngton 70 and George Montgomery 72 years There wore 20 who were ov er 60 year I will give the name Thomas Marple 07 hit wife 87 James Spears 00 Wm Hendrlokion 85 I J Wothlngton 79 Basil Wothmctoo 70 John Belton 73 George Montgomery 72 hit wife 07 B J Sandutkv 63 Nat then Pblllloi 03 F C Land 07 hit wife 00 George A Tucker 63 hit wife 00 Wm Land 01 Atterion Del ton 62 J M Ellie 01 hit wife 66 biro Andrew Wetblngton 66 Mn James Wolhlngtoo 67 firs Mary Marple 64 Mrs Mary Helm 63 Mttt Sopbronla Marple 66 Bev Marple 56 Mill Mary J Marple 54 After tome very appropriate talks by tome of the brethren wo repaired to the table which was loaded with tbe best that the heart could with for and wblcb bad boon prepared by their friends the night before We enjoyed the next hour and a half very much Mr Wm Hoadrlckton who 185 years old and ono ot Uncle Tom Marple friends from boyhood bad a French harp plan ed under Toms plate and when be turned It ovor and taw tbo harp ho was very much plagued F C LAND Triumphs of Modern Surgery IWonllerlul thing are done for the human body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished end put back or they may be moved entirely 0kf diseased sections of veins antiseptic s ings are applied to wounds bruises bUrs and like injuries before inflamma tlon teti in which causes them to heal without maturation and in onethird the time required by the old treatments Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on thIs tame principle It Is an antiseptic and causens to very ofIyour save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail For sale by W N Craig Great damage was done by a cloud I hurt on Wolf creek la Colorado NEWS NOTES The Tennessee State building at the Worlds Fair was formally opened Two person aro dead and six Injured ai the result ot a tire at Cleveland Four prominent men were badly hurt by an automobile smash In Boston The Prudential Trust Company of East End Pltttburg will qulLbullaell C T Herpel an L sit N brakeman was killed by the car at Henderton President Roosevelt has teal a contribution of 1500 to the Slocum relief fundOne of tbe transports sunk by Rut den warship recently lot 11000000 ID gold Fire at Sandutky O destroyed prac tically an entire business block valued at 1100000 Fire at Paterson N J destroyed property valued ai between 1200000 and 1300000 Charles W Wood prominent lawyer and business man of Carlisle Ky died In Tucson Ariz It U reported that Russian oil com blnallons have capitulated to the Stand ard Oil Company A Russian oDlcor estimates the num ber of casualties suffered by the Russians at Vafangow 7000 Russian are reported tto have been surprised by the Japanese near Kal cbou and to have lost 1200 men While angered over a trilling matter Albert Freltag shot and killed his sis ter Mr Mlllard Peters atBellevue The American Nurserymens Associ ation Ii holding its annual convention In Atlanta with 400 delegate present Secret lervlee agents raided a big counterfeiting plant In a cabin at Seattle Wash and arrested the operator Judge James E Cantrlll sustained a paralytic itroke In billed leg at Owen too but ILl not thought to be serious Pbll White shot and killed Jame Edward at Oakton Hlckman county lna dispute aboul a partnership well Tbe World Fair management has Invited all the delegates to tbe Repub Mean National Convention to visit tbo fairA boy and hit wouldbe rescuer were drowned at Helena Mont and a wom an who witnessed the accident lost her reasonThe wife of tbe British Ambassador at St Petersburg has given 110000 to the fund for tbe relief of Russian woundedJohn D Rockefeller has offered to make good any deficiency In the Slocum relief fundafter voluntary contrIbutions will have celled During a storm which did much damage In Franklin and Woodford counties George Troxell a young tar mer was killed by lightning Ida Boward known ai the Badger Queen of the Tenderloin was shot and killed In New York by Charles J Ar ihur her commonlaw husband Al Indiana Pa during an amateur baso ball game George Thomas a catcher was almost instantly killed by being till over the heart by a foul tip George Wilson foreman of a crow ot linemen for the East Tennessee Tele phone Company was killed near Part by a premature discharge of dynamite At Mt Sterling John Conway Street Commissioner dropped dead Ho was fixing a gate when be was teen to stag ger and fall In hli pockets were found 1140 President David R Francis of tbe Exposition hat Invited Col W 0 P Brocklorldge of Lexington to deliver a Fourth of July oration on the World I Fair Grounds Negro laborers who bad taken tbe places ot white strikers at a lumber plant In Crown CIty 0 wore altacked by the while men and badly beaten The sheriff stopped the riot after It had- lasted two hours Judgo James Hargla In answer to a suit for dissolution of partnership filed by his brother Alox flargli tendered a check for 820000 In open court In full payment for a halt Interest In tbo bust ness The matter was taken under ad vlsemoni Congressman John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee has been notified by say eral Kentucky Congressmen that the would assist him In gathering evidence against the Tobacco Trust Congress man Rhea will call a meeting of farmers of the Third district In a few days to discuss the matter Alter passing upon 203 appeals from Infer lor courts during the April term the Court of Appeals adjourned to mee again September 10 The Powere case was pawed until the September term The court li well up with the docket there being only about seventy five oases under eubmlseloaISteward John G Evans of the State Institution for the Feebleminded has started a coasolonco fund at tbo In stitution having received ooo contri button to It The contribution Is a I bill and It came In an anonymous teller The sender a woman stated In the let tel that she bad taken goods ot tho value of the amount Inclosed from the Institution IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES i I Rice Bongo of Danville suffered a stroke of paralysis Tuesday W S Brown aged 60 Is dead In the Dugansvllle section of Mercer Dr Paris Gatllff and wife died with j in a few dayi of each other at Wil llamsburg The directors of the Danville Fair have deolded to have only three dayI exhibition this year i The London fair offeri arocklngchtlr to the oldest woman and an overcoat to i the oldest man attending In exhibi i LIon At Somerset George Dowell while In a fit tell from an upper cell In Lbei Pulaikl county jail and died from the i effect He was confined for drunken i ness Mrs Howard the wife of Jim How ard has moved to Barbourvllle from Manchester She rented a cottage Ini North Barbourvllle and furnished It i and will make that place her home i Mary Thompson the negro woman who killed John IrwIn at Lebanon Junction and who was roughly treated by a mob was brought to Jefferson i county jail for safe keeping Secret i threats heard InSbepherdsvllle where i she has been confined caused heri transferCol Guest of Crab Orchard was In Danville Monday mingling with his old friends Be states that Crab Orchard Fair will be just the week be fore tbe Danville Fair and that all indications point to a greater display of floe stock than ever before The Col is a first class spieler for East Lin coloNewlPcrbaps no other jail In the State can be found the tame number of pris oners with ai many physical defects as alia the jail at Somerset Jailer Hlne figures that among six of his regulars tbe missing limbs and senses would be sufficient to constitute anoth er ablebodied man and tbe common expression It that there Is one man short Among these six prisoners one has no legs one li armless another void of a nose one Is deaf and dumb one has only one eye and still another has but ooo leg 10 he figures that there li one man missing and one extra leg to spare In chumming with each other the sadly filleted half dozen can assist each other In many A Lancaster special says aYImonths ago an Investment New York engaged In correspondence with a number of Lancaster citizens urging them to place funds In their Hands to speculate In wheat and other articles tbe company getting a small per cent fur their trouble For several months those who Invested received large profits This lured many others to Invest until some of the belL bust ness men In town became Involved A letter from the concern Monday an pounced to each of Its customers that the firm was financially wrecked end that probably later on would resume business Those who Invested from this placo are out froml810000 to 112 COO A Richmond dispatch says Amid a silence almost painful In a court house that was crowded Judge Turpln decld ed that Maude Clarke pretty 14year old girl should be restored to her fos ter parents Mr and Mas ThosClarke of Garrard county The story of the childs career li a pathetic one Indeed Twelve years ago little Maude Ptttman was left alone In a briar patch by her mother Tbo cries ot the child attract ed the attention of Solomon Taylor who found It In a starved and pitiable condition The child was kept In the Taylor family for five years when Mrs Taylor grew III and could no longer 8Lartediand Mrs Thomas Clarke near Bares agreed to take the child aDd rear It The child was adopted and for seven years lived happily at the Clark home About a week ego Humphrey Ptttman the real father ot the girl In company with two men wentto the Clarke home and by threats secured the child and brought her to Richmond She re mained here and proceedlngs for her ClarkeqSued by His Doctor- sI doctor here hat sued me for 11250 which I claimed was excessive fora case of cholera morbus says R White of OoichclU Cal At the trial ho praised his and medicine 1 asked ColictCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he used wurand he 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 paver tails Sold by W N Craig MATRIMONIAL 0Claude M Edwards and Miss Dessle Grltlon wellknown and popular young people of Duncan Mercer county wore married at the home of the bride tbe Roy J H Graham officiating r YOU NEED I THIN CLOTHES o For Summer comfort We can show you a bigjlinn of these in unlined BLUE SERGES and in two pieco suitsJThe coats have just enough lining about theJshoulders to keep them in shape Our Sum mer Suits will be comfortable and make you lookwell dressed Come in and let us show them to you sees aas TD miLLER Danville Ku THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Harvo Steward porter i 1 OOO Per month is the royalty received by the patentee of the HAS ELDEN FILTER This must be a good thing if it is worth that much to those people I will put you up one for the small sum of 500 Call and examine my stock of force pumps cast iron cistern platform with galvanized to fit bucket pumps pitcher pumps roofing guttering and plumb ing work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed Phone No 110 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky 1z Druggist Confidence Coniideuceno fear of mistakesis what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATE UrALS arc our stock in trade When you want things done right when you want pure drugs when you are tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every department the best service and the best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N Craig1 Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky Our Annual Clearance Sale Of Ladies HighGrade Shoes is now on 2 to 360 Shoes all go at 1 per pair while they last These arc a little out of style or odds and ends but all highIgrade goods Call and look through t- hestocktW E Perkins CrablOrchardKy r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON a HARVEY HELM Of Stanford U a canJUttt for Congress In this ths Eighth district subject to the action the demo cratic rty HON D L MPORE Mercer county U a candidate for Con ren to the Eltbth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub led to the action of the Democratic pasty Your IUP port Is eametly solicited Q O GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Cencrcss subject to the action of the democra- tkpartyrR C WARREN Is a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of the democratic ratty THOMAS D NEWALND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject U lilt action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject N tJ action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Il candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject te Its action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to peacUoh of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Il a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject t lite action of the democratic party DINK FARMER li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to Us action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the tasocratlc party W HERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tht ttaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools I Lincoln County subject to the of the demo tact party MISS KATE BOGLE li a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools action of the demo of Lincoln County subject to cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ltd to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD It candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub fed to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN li a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln couotynb- lento 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 aicanildate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub JeCtlto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county nbject to tit 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 4t till 9tmvcrath Iny M WHILE we are absolutely confident that Garrard county democrats will tnI struct lor Hon Harvey Helm for Coo gre i at the precinct conventions tomorrow afternoon we with to Impress oa them the duty of going to their vot lag precinct and participating in the proceeding There It no earthly doubt about the good people of our neighbor county being for Mr Helm by an over whelming majority but Mr Moore we with might and main are told It trying hit column Mr to get Garrard Into James I Hamilton a splendid democrat and worker hall charge of Mr Mooree Interest there and Is leaving BO stone unturned In his effort to carry the county As stated above we be lieve Mr Helm will get Garrard and Mr Hamiltons efforts to thwart the popular will of the people by giving Mr Moore the county will prove fu tile There Is every reason why Gar rard should etlclc to Lincoln In this con test First place Lincoln otters a bet in Mr Helm whole ter man for Congress succesiful lawyer lull of energy and activity clean and painstaking and who hat the ability to meet bill colleagues on the stump or the bust loge We are Garrards closest neigh bor with her In judicial and Senato rial districts there has always existed the friendliest of feeling we were the first to go to her rescue when the torch was being applied and have alwaysglr on the good people of that county the best we had when they merely signifi ed a desire for our aid This friend ship on Lincolns part will continuo whether Garrard goes for Mr Moore Mr Gilbert or Mr Helm but bellev log In reciprocity as we know our splendid neighbors do we expect to hear early tomorrow afternoon that Garrard county has shown her appre elation ot our many neighborly deeds and remembers the kindnesses of the past by giving her seven votes to Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln REMEMBER the precinct conventions Saturday Go to your and vote for Hon Harvey Helm for Con geese t TUG tight to succeed Fairbanks In the Senate Is attracting much attention among republicans Gbv Durbin friends say he will be the successful contestant Let him be It by all moan With Durbin out of the executive chair man honest enough to send Taylorj and Finley back to Kentucky to trial for one of the most atrocious crlmetllu the history of the State might be found TUB Kentucky delegation to the ro publican National convention called on Gov Durbln In a body to show lit ap predation for protecting Fugitive ToyI lor To protect assassins should t plank number one In the republics platform LANCASTERI Mr Fred Yeaky for years a citizen of this county died at his home a low miles from town Sunday Hit remains followed by a large number of rlends were laid to rest in Lancaster Cemote ryMIlS Annie Bronaugb of Crab Orch ard It visiting Mist Annie Austin Miss Newell of Somerset li the guett of Mill Sophronla Fox near town Mist Lavlnta Pope It visiting her uncle William PopeIR H Bateon a our dry good merchants are conduct ing a seriet of quick sales at their stores during this week They are in troduclng new Ideas and up todate methods and expect to do a big bust neslta of this place was quietly married Sat urday evening to Mr Charlie Shelton at the brides home in Lexington The happy couple Immediately came herej to visit the brides uncle Mr Pope They will return to make their home in Lexington after a short visit here The visitors and contestants are arriving on every train A large crowd Is expected all being made welcome to the hospitality of Lancaster people The tournament opened at 230 p MI Wednesday with a ball game at Ath letic Park On Wednesday evening the oratorical and vocal contests male were held at the court house- POLITICAL The democratic State convention of Texas Indorsed the candidacy of Judge Parker of New York W J Bryan was the principal speak er at the convention of antiParker Democrats held In New York Alabama hat the oldest representa lye In the U S Senate Senator Pettut It 83 and Senator Morgan It 80 Statistics show that 140 persons met violent deaths In Indiana during May But Taylor and Finley were reserved for a more fitting fate of death by the baiter Lex Democrat The speech of Mr Root Is a splendid evidence of what a tribute can be paid Mr Roosevelt when Mr Roosevelt It given the proper amount of time to prepare it Louisville Times Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Charles W Fairbanks of Indiana were nominated unanimously for pros Ident and yicepreiident by the republican convention at Chicago yesterday The Democrats of Vermont voted down a resolution to Instruct their del egates but adopted a resolution in dorsing Judge Alton 81 Parker Ie a suitable Candidate for the presidency Gov Beckham has appointed D W Gardner of Magoffln and A B Steven of the same place as Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney of the new judicial district of Knott Floyd and Magoffln The appointments are until November and both men are candidates for election to the places OTTEN HElM Wm Anderson bought a pair of work mules from James Rodgers The peach crop Is fairly good and alto a medium apple crop with us Terry Newell are preparing to load a carload of staves at Maywood Charley Kidd has been totting his hat in the air over the arrival of a girl at hit house- Skelton Coleman hat been In bad health for tome time He has been having chills Eld John Long preached at Pine Grove church to large audiences Saturday night and Sunday It Is the opinion of some of our old citizens that next year Is locust year because a good many have made their appearance this year Col J P Chandler requests us to say that A C Dunn has done more work on the Crab Orchard pike than has been done since It was made free J A James gave the wee boys and girls of this section a treat on candy and about 15 of the little folks enjoyed the treat Sunday evening The prospect for crops of all kinds in this section it favorable especially Irish potatoes oats and clover There has been a wonderful Improvement In wheat Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting In Burns Outs Wounds Ul cers etc Lay in a supply of Buoklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth Eye at Pennys Drug Store I HIGHLANDIMr Geo to the Love bottom Eld Carr wilt preach at Mt Mona Saturday and Sunday Mr A G Faulkner has been laid a few days with eczema upI Mr Jake Meier has just com pleted a nice large barn for his father Mrs John Myers has moved to Cot toys Mill to keep boarders Mrs Ransom Baugb after a thort Illness of consumption died on the 16 She leaves a fond husband and move email children to mourn her lose AWBI the 3rd one In the family ot SbeI IIfather Mr M P Hubble to die with In a year with the tame dread disease Mr Jako Meier left to day for Som onset whore he and his brother Emil Intend to run a bakery Wash Cook Is building a now house on his lot Mr H P Young who has been confined his room for 10 months with a broken hip was able to visit his ton E E Young last week Mrs Goodpatter hat returned iron visiting her brother in Montgomery county John Myers who has been at work atNashvllle has joined his wife here Miss Freda heeler of Danville visiting her parents here The Miiiet Smith of near Maywood have been visiting their aunt Mrs E E Young Rev J M Cook and wife of Somerset are visiting their children here Greenup Baugb and family of Somerset were visiting John Young this week Mrs Johnson of Mercer visiting her lather J M Adklns David Young has returned from New Albany Miss Maude Ballard has returned from Eubanks Mrs Alex Gourley of Eubankt Is visiting her father D V Ballard CHOKING CATARRH CURED Your Money Back if Hyomei Does Not Cure YouIUse Hyomei and lm cured of catarrh Is what all who have tried it for that dlljease sty to their friends It is the easiest thing In the world to stop catarrh at its beginning If you uie Hyomel Just breathe the healthgiving balsamic air for a few minutes and your catarrh will be cured In this city and neighboring towns there are hundreds who can testily to the remarkable powers of Hyomei to euro ca cards Many of the itauncheit friends of this remedy today began its use with little hope that they would be cured but at Mr Penny oZered to refund the mon ey if It did not cure they decided to try it on that plan and were soon restored to health Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates flied forI holding the Kentucky lain for 1901 as far as reportedIKlrksvllle July 152 day Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville August 33 days Harrodsburg August 93 daYIILawrenceburg August 184 days Brodhead Aug 17 18 Shepherdsvllle Aug 234days Shelbyvllle Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 244 days Somerset Aug304 days Nicholasvllle Aug 303 dayi Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 314 dive EltztbethtowD Sept 64 dayi Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 912 days At the commencements of the Uni versity of Michigan at Ann Arbor di rlomae were presented to 784 graduates THE Joseph Price Infirmary U all the year for the treatment of- lurglcal and chronic dlieaaei and for con inltatlon Board and nursing thall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Protei tonal bill due when services are rendered and must paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Hones on commission Stock Pens In Connection Ea D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro- t ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and TobaccoslStanford GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- atoTONSORIALARTIST Huitonvllle sly Has removed to his new and elegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P A Agency for firstclass LauD dry News Stand All work guaranteed Your business so licited IReconredfix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for ten money Give me a trial FRANK ATKISS Stanford The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SHUGASS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room R fumtshe4 and under entire New Management Bob the favorlt fetter meets all trains Large Welllighted Sample Rem R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Office In Myers House Parlor Phone 01 Farm For Sale On account of Illhealth I desire to soil privately HIT farm ot 170 acres located edge of Hustonvllle Good Improvements- fruit never falling water will sell at whole or divide Small house on lower part O n BARNETT tlnstonvlllc Ky NEW BLACKSMITH SHOPS Having rented the Wm DauRhertv black smith snop on west main itreet I am prepared to do all kinds of blacksmith am work I have an experienced workman In charge Work guaranteed Give me a call I will also kcenon hand all the time a lot of lumber of all kind lUKKn WALLS DreJ B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind ot tret passing on our place and will proaeoute violator to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonaroore T M Holmes H F J H Caraenlnah Peter Ilalmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens Jamea M While and wife II I Hawkins Mm Mary E WeUb It A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Sam H Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Wtllson TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtain tacks curtain pole frames screens pace doors window glass table chain safes wardrobe couches dresser washstands beds springs mattresses Chamber sulfa water seta lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machlnr wring era walt Japar carpet paper trunks tele scopes carriage paint curtain stretcher carpet stretcher etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY Season of I9O4 Crab Orchard Springs Kentuckys Most Delightful Summer Resort Ftur Hottls Capacity COO Guests Famous CrabOrchard Springs As the heated term approaches the thought arises where shall I go to rest aDd and find pleasant and cool ThIs can be easily answered Crab Orchard for nearly a century has proven a model Summer resort and this season prom Ilea Who the best In Its history There health and happiness can always be found The days are never oppressively warm while the nights are delightfully pleasant from June till October The tarn ou Orchard water from which U made Crab Orchard Salts Sulphur Chaly- beate Magnesia etc all flow from large springs close to the Hotel A new Well has been opened and the use of the Salt Sulphur Well at has been ured The Table Neither money nor pain will be spared to make the table the best to be found In Fine cattle mutton pork and poultry fattened on the Springs farm not sur anywhere Improvements The building have all been Im proved while paint and paper have been lberally used The ground are In the very ink of condItion and present a scene lovely to behold lust now AU of wallla have been Also a complete Job of plumbing Just about completed from tol to bottomSociety and Amusements Crab Orchard Spring has long been noted for the homelike that pervade the entire The ceremonial at- tahlonable home life are laid aside while each Individual promotes hll or her own sappiness In contributing to tho happiness of Rates are very low considering the excellency of the service For f to 110 per week delightful rooms nndplendld faro cane obtained Season Opened June I The season June let and all dur- Ing band of musicthe Summer a splendid wilt bo In attendance For further particulars addrei J B WILLIS Manager Crab Orchard ICy t 1 r Grand Leaders Bargains I Misses Oxfords kid patent tip size 12 12 wore SI now 7Co Misses Patent Lonthor Oxfords size 12 12 wore SluG now U8e Indies 8160 Patent tip kid Oxfords now 38o Lathes 88 Patent Leather Oxfords now 8108 Ladies 860 Patent Viel Oxfords now 5D20rSeveral Odd Lots Ladies Oxford sizds 8 8 12 and worth up to 2410 go nt 79u- Malis Canvas Shoos tho 8160 kind now 98c Mens Canvas Oxfords tho 100 kind now 08c liens 8890 Tan Shoos go at 8236 Meals 8380 Patent yioi OxfonU go nt 8200 done 8 150 Patent Vici OxfonU go at 8320 A tow pairs of thojo Ladies Dollar Kid Gloves size 0 8J slily to 0sd thorn out 16c nil colors 15c Lawns Do a ynrtl 8 l8o Lawns Be a yard Mens 60o Underwear now 2lc Mans 810 Suits now 8608 t irons 81280 Suits now 8008 tJMens Straw Hate slightly soiled worth up to 81 go nt lOc each Ladies StruW Sailors go nt lJ5o onoh OW8LKV IllOCR WATCH OUR ADS THE GRAND 9 M B Leer 8 Co S B LeyyT rtttlng departed by erection suitable exclusive material feet workmanship We carry the largest Monuments Marker and Tablets Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools cheaper l WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky GO TO I W B McRoberts I LANDRETHS GARDEN WALL PAPER READY MIXED First Bank SEED NationalOt Stanford Kyf Capital Stock 50000ti This Institution originally established u the Deposit Dank of In 1191 then reorganized al the National flank of Stanford In 1I6S and again reorgaclsed as the First National flask of Stanford la 1112 having had practically an uninter rupted existence It better supplied now with facilities for promptly and than ever before In long honorable career Accounts of Individuals uc1irlts and Cer peratlons Solicited I J n Paxton J B Owsley 8 H Shank W O Walker Oeo W Cuter i II Foster L O Oooch W II Cummins W M Drlght- It L Hubble w II Shank stock None better None Successors to Farmer Dank d Trust Company and under 18 years We Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial I Will you best market price for eggN hens hides feather junk Call and be convinced at H II Northcottl Stanford Ky It will cost you only 18 I tbo best of paInts and varnishes and guarantee my work to be firstclosa Call at on Sow erset itreet and ice of House paIntIng and Japer hanging cheaply and done J J AT FOR Having decided to quit the buggy bust ness I will sell for tho next 60 day at cost cash a load of Buggies Surreys Phaetons and also a of Harness They tho latest style and bet make Part ot tho vehicles rub ber tired Come to lee me and get a bar gain at once before they are gone CURTIS COVER Crab Orchard Ky The lat place of your one the of a Let It of and the but and of per of of transact well The same a I was Ita F J I nOOKEIt Press BT IlAHHifl VIre J J McKOllKUTS Cfar W U Cbr J I T ReId Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J Hacker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford 811 Daurbman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J n Stanford J U Petto Carter CAPITAL STOCK SJSOOOO 1 Directors management continuously for SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Produce Wanted the etc Have Your Buggy Painted Ute mywork satisfactorily BUGGIES COST CASH for car Uuckboardd lot are all are all Monument be artlstlcdeslgn DRUGGISTS STANFORD FOR LANDRETHSI DRUGSI Qfflomrs WKAHKNAMt srDI nanghman StamfordsEd 8Laafordi LINCOlN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK A Officers I i H I J B OWSLKV Cashier r W M Aiit Cashier I VE T f Miss Willie K 3641 Pinney Ave S JRICE SrreonDentlet Ky SHANKSPresident BIUORTI4 THE CAL HockerI Stanford t 0 1 Oeon YcBobera IUuUd1OI Dr O S Williams DENTIST All guaranteed- and prices rea Hustonvllle Kentucky i Lc r Remnants We have placed on tlio market tn ble all short lengths of Lnwns Voiles Ginghams Porcnlos CnlicoesSwisgcs Linings Shirting Ac Thoy arc marked nt ono lllfd to ono hnlf off tho regular prlco Look these through spend a dollar or two nnd i wivo a dollar or two lOe buys any of tho fine wneh G Odd that eold at 25 to gfic i ItI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u T L STANFORD Ky Jrsr 21 1001 last proscription number It OS meant wo been rutted accurately and carefully for IOUR ol for you aoi neighbors you think tba something Penny DrugJtort PERSONALS T MRS JAMES SMITH quite tick MoKENZiE llROWN led Tueiday for 8t Louts Miss STELLA MoCLARY It atihtln t In the Urand Leader MRS DR J 0 CARPENTER spot days at Ml Vernon teerat EULA TOTTEN It visiting Mlt In Mitchell Ind JASON LAWUORN of Yotemlto wa hero to tee Dr Jones Wednesday Bony to the wile of W G MuBec of the TurnorsTlllo section a 12poun i boy Miss DELLE GIVBNS of nuitonvllic It with her Utert Mrs Dettle MoKIn s OlHHLU CHANCELLOR It ban IfMisadelightful visit to friends 10 Lexington Mls LUCILK MBNBlBE bay returned from Boulder Montana where oho hit t been teaching MABTHRTllOUAB UlllQHT It at born from a visit to hit unole Dr MoKIn ner at Carllle Miss MATTIE HAYS ROCIIBSTHII of Independence Mo It with her lIter and brother here HKNRYD OAWPUELL of CrabOrch ard was here yesterday getting lumber for his new house Miss STELLA UUPLEY it back Irom Lexington where the hit been dole stenographic work Miss MARY BRUCE the expert dal telephone operator hit resigned her position to take effect July lat I ATTORNEY C O WILLIAMS of Mr Vernon wat on Tuesdays train bound for Frankfort on legal business MRS G A PBYTOK of Mlddletboro and Mrs A E Gibbons of Danville were guests of Mrs W T Smith MRS J S OWSLEY JR sod ton James McElwalno Owsleywent 0 Franklin Wednesday to visit relatives Miss PATSY PREWITT who bat beoi theeuettol Mill Tel Carpenter re turned to her homo In Favelto Tuesday MRS W B GOOD It at Crab Orchard I drinking the health RUIng waters I Mitt Lonnlo Good It visiting taxing too friends MR G 0 SINGLETON will deliver a temperance lecture at Sugar Grove Sshoolbouwi Saturday night Everybody Invited MR W L WILKINSON of Decatur Ala who hat been with his brother Ed Wilkinson wont to Burgle Wednesday to visit relatives MRS SUSAN QAIIRIS and daughter Mrs George B Wearen who have been visiting In Garrard took the trait here Tuesday for Cairo 111 MR JOHN B MYERS of Kimberly Utah way here this week mingling with old friends U was the first vide he had made to his native State In U 1e1nI DR Huoii REID entertained last night In honor of Miss Mary Pen t nlngton and Mettrs John Owtley Reid andWolcb Rocheter It was a delight f fut occasion MRS GEO W VAUOUN fell down tho steps at the home of her daughter Mrt W A Hall Wednesday and die 4 4located a hip At the It 72 years old a tbo chances aro that the fall will short en hor daya- PRESIDENT J O COULTER and Soc teary Charles F Montgomery of the Casoy County fair woro hero Tues day getting special premiums Unfor tunately both the Liberty and Crab I Orchard fair have the same dates Ju 1y2728 29 MRS LUCY MOHLEY of the Mt Salem section went to Somerset yester day to spend two weeks with a trlond she returns home she will take summer boarders her splendid 1WhenSpring being not far from the celebrated R O BYWATERS of Nez Per te Idaho with his wife and pretty little daughter era visiting In the East End This U Mr Bywaters first visit to hit native State In many years and his friends lorD delighted to seo him and hit family We are glad to state that tho Northwest la agreeing with him both physically and financially j ITS GOOD BUSINESS SENSE t To offer values like we are offering once in awhile to get acquainted with a lot 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 4 prescriptions SIIKLMY TltimiLE of Jelllco Is here MRS T F STINK Is back from Lou Itvlllo Mns Dit Bush of St Louis pane through to Lancatter yesterday Miss LICOIE BEAZLEY It back from Morebead to spend her vacation MR R L WILLIAMS of the Wei End went to Wllllamtburg yesterdaj MRS JULIA CHASE of Louisville Is with her sister Mrs Col T P Hill MR JAMBS MILLER of Montgomerj Ala passed through to Crab Orcbar yesterday MRS J F CUMMINS and Mrs J E Pettus went up to London yesterday to visit relatives MISSES ELIXAUETU AND MATTIE MKNEPEE are at borne from Wllktoi burg Pa whore they taught the pas year MRS LINDA TOOICBR who hat been with her sister Mrs E H Beazley left yesterday for her home at Taylori vllle Miss JOSEPHINE CARPENTER wll give B birthday party this afternoot and Mitt Mary nigglnt will entertali this evening HENRY Hitl0UT HAYS was bitten on tho leg by Joe S Rlcet dog Wednesday night Mr Bays stepped on thi canine and It plunged Itt teeth Into hli left leg above the knee Mil A C SINE and Mist Ella Mal Saunders accompanied Miss Mlnnlt Sine to Lebanon where she took par In the elocutionary contest lees night Her subject was Tho Wars Flrt Victim LOCALS SHE those II shirts wo are now sell- Ing at 08c 10 close out George U Farris S Co- TUE L offers another low rat of II SO to Cincinnati and return Sun day 20th FOR RENT The Brooaugh cottag on East Main Street Mrs Mary E Bronaugh CHAMPION and Milwaukee Macblnt repairs binder twine sickle grinders etc at W H Ulgglnr IT It probable that the case of Jtmet H Kennedy for killing Will Dol met will not be tried this court No decision has been rendered In he Graded School cato Judge Boll bal the matter under consideration NOTICE All Sir Knights am requested to bo present on next meetlni night Juno 27 J M Stone Core W woman to cook wHh tad Iron for a small family Will flal 12 per week J A Rice Markebury Ky It THE great clearance tale going on a John P Jones hat been a treat fu1l11 appreciated by his friends and cutU lOon ALEX MITCHELL colored of Nlcho lasvllle dropped dead yesterday after noon at Ether Woods homo on tb reek LOST Between town And S H Baugbmant a pocket book contalnlni 115 Finder return to this office and receive reward FOR RENT The little ttororoo OD Lancaster Street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P ffalton Lexington Ky THERE will be a box and Ice cream upper at Fair View church near J H lariora store Saturday night EveryB- ody cordially invited to attend FOR SALE Cottage of five rooms all and nice veranda Largo barn etc Placo must bo told For partlo ulan see L R Hughes Stanford BE sure to go to your voting precinct omorrow Saturday at 2 oclock tandard time and vote for Ron Har ny Holm for Congress You owo It him MR ENUAUhas rented Mrs Carrlo Sheltona coal yard at Row sod and will take charge Monday next Ho will deliver coal to the people of Stanford and vicinity on short notice 1 TilEVorandafooteeiwlibacloaodJulyThe arris IL Hardln proprietors of the it Asaph Hotel who will use It for bed rooms Mr and Mrs Co Hoy will occupy the first floor for a private dwell ng Mrs Coffeys continued Ill health bioI caused her husband to take the tep bo hat REV GEO O BARNES holding 8 weeks mooting at Jamestown GERANIUMS at 7i3 big tine plant Other bedding plants In propor lon John Chritman THREE secondband buggies for ulo or trade and a good fresh milk cow for tale B D Carter Stanford TilE Workers of the Preeby terlan church made 113 G5 on their Ice cream supper Tuesday nventng BIO LoseMrW BTraylor ho clever distiller hat lost 13000 on hog this year Ho bought 1060 porkers aDd of that number 377 have died of cboleI raTnElargo barnof DRigsby In the Hut End was struck by lIb DIDJ the other night and burned A lot of corn hay harness and farming utensil went up In the fiametIDONT forget that ford will pu the big pot In the little one July 4Lbt It will be a big day hero and as everything will be absolutely free the obanc et are that a great crowd will come u town You and your friends are cor dlally lovltedIMANAOER SPEARS FISHER of Dripping Springs was hero Wednesday aDd told us that everything at his tumme retort Wit In ship shape and that be prospects for a successful season are most flattering His splendid wife wit personally supervise the culinary de partment which meant that the table will be firstclass Mr Fisher bad bill printed telling of a grand picnic wblcl will be given at Dripping Springs 00 Saturday July 2nd MR JOHN P JONES theuptodat fry goods merchant had a novel ad vertlscment of his cutprice sale on he street Tuesday afternoon It conslstei of a beautifully decorated carriage drawn by two handsome white horse with the following occupant Mine Beetle Dawson and Carrie Lau and Mettrs Weareo Hughes and Vaughan in Norman The gentlemen held a large banner telling of the great bargains Mr Jones It giving WE hope every democrat In Llncoli county will be l his voting precinc promptly at 2 o clock standard time tomorrow Saturday afternoon aDd take part in the precinct convention It It our duty as U should be our pleas dry to endorse lion Harvey Helm candidacy for Congress In as rousing a way at possible Take an hour off IO to your voting precinct and honor your distinguished counterman by voting for him for Congress Dont forget TUE Richmond Register prints thl rood now This Is the last week of the Congressional race in this district sad the claims of the rival candidate will be submitted to the people at the precinct conventions on Saturday next In this county there It little doubt bu that Mr Helm will be overwhelmingly endorsed In every part of the county wo find that the majority favori tho Lincoln county man and we feel with pride that our people are about t iischarge their toll duty by Casting their votes for the candidate whose tome county has eo nobly and so long itood by us- PROGRAM r FOR JULY 4U3i A M street parade of Sir Knights on horse back with fancy turnouts by citizens aDd others 11 A M Speaking by Col T P Hill aDd others 130 p H Mule race free for all Prize Box Seal Havana cigars by Robert Adams 2 P M Speech by State Commander M F Eikln 230 P ziFat mans race 100 yards beet two In three weight 100 pounds Dad over prize hat or box cigars Potato Race 50 yards 1st prize 12 lndlBloyule Race 300 yards Best two ID three prize 13 Sack Race 50 yards Best two In tree let 12 2nd II Foot Race100 yards boys under 12 ears Best two In three let II 20dI 60c Foot Race 100 yards boys under 16 eat two In throe let 12 2nd 11 Foot Race100 yards free for all Jest two In three let 12 2nd II Wheel barrow Race 100 yards Best wo In three free for all box Lowneys andy by J T Jones Restaurant Other amusements will be added ext Issue WANTED A white nurse for a babyI six months old Mrs John B FOB or Stanford DR J M PREWITT the osteopath physician who opened an office In be Myers House flats tome two weeks age has gone to St Louie to reside Dc did not stay here long enough to get much practice GOOD WORK Superintendent A C Dunn It doing splendid work getllni the pikes In shape The Crab Orchard pike has been receiving his after tlon lately and rock has been placed wherever needed While the road II rough now it will be all right In a few months Mr Dunn Is proving blmsel the right man for the offlje of road su perintendent A LARGE crowd of Boylecounty demo ocrats and many from adjoining coup ties greeted Hon Harvey Helm at the court house Monday where he made a stirring appeal for the support of tbe citizens of this county In his race for Congress In this district He was very favorably received and stated to aNewi reporter that be felt very much encour aged over hit prospects In this county acid was very confident of winning the nomination Danville News CHURCH MATTERS The following advertisement appeared In a Bristol paper yesterday Cllf on Parish churchSittings to let Pew 78 best position brilliant preac- hcrLandon Daily Mall Every member of the Stanford Chris tan church Is urged to be present next unday morning A matter will be presented that deeply concerns each oDe This call or invitation Is to the members exclusively J W Hagln ilnlsler Everybody Is especially Invited to ttend services at the Baptist church Sunday morning and hear Rev A Petrey of Hazard the mountain mis ilonary Services also at night All members are earnestly requested to be present Especially are strangen made welcome O M HUEY The members of the Kentucky State Capitol Commission beaded by Goy Bcckham Inspected the handsome new apttol of Mississippi at Jackson Th structure shone to fine advantage and she Kentuckian were well pleased with it The visitors were guests of- Gov Vardaman The Kentucky Educational Assocla Ion closed Iw meeting at Maytvllle M0 Winfrey of Mlddlesboro Wlf elected president W H McDonnell of English secretary and W T Berry ot Maytvllle treasurer FOR FANCY GBOCERKS Candles Fruits Etc call on E Payne rab Orchard Ky Gardy made dally Ice and frestt meat alway on han- dSAVE MONEY I Dy buying coal early We have re elTed25 can coal and will tell ata reduced- price of tram 3 to 3 cents on bushel cheaper ban In 80 days from above date KING A OOX Moreland Ky VERYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR Having been in the Tailoring business aU my life I feel confident in saying I cpreeent one of tho best tailoring firms In the country With my experience in sting measures and directons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory BS my many patrons in this line will bear we out prices are the same as Inex terlcnced men who are In the buiineas also havo a nice lino of fancy cheviot Bnd other suitings I will cut and make If IOU desire at a moderate price Thanking you for put favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor Administrators Sale I At administrator of the estate of W O Velcb deceased I will publicly offer for IAle before tbe courthouse door In Stanford Kr on SATURDAY JULY 2 IDOl tegtnnlng at 10 oclock u tbe following property share of stock SlO In Grab Or Racing Association 5 shares of stock 1100 per share In Grab Orchard tanking Go shares stock ft per ihare In Green RIver Development Go 840 shares lock it per share In Swan Lake 011 Co i shares stock 110 per ibare In Stanford Oil Oas Developing 001 10 shares stock 110 per share In The Home Oil Go i 20 hares stock 1000 perahare In The Central 011 Oat Mining 001 10 shares stock 10 00 per share In Hutching Oil fi Gas Go 160 bares stock 1000 per share In Deaver reek 011 Oas Go Also a few second hand law books germ5 00 or under casbl exceeding that sum 3 months credit oo l note negotiable and payable In Pint National Bank Stanford M 0 BAUFLEY Admr Blk Mohair for Skirts We are offering some fine values in Black and Colored Mohairs at cut prices These arc cut from 50 to 38c 75c to nOe 81 to 7fic Cream Blue Brown and Black Voiles cut from 50c to 88c Black and White Chiffon Stocks lOc Dolly Yarden Batiste Corsets only 30c See the 15 to 2fic wash goods cut to 12 l2c per yard Special Sale 100 Suits I Good Fabrics Desirable Patterns sissatrsaaetsrs These suits have been called from regular stock and put on special sale because In some patterns we have only one suitfn none more than three We desire to get stock tree from odds and ends These 1RICES should move them 115 Bulls for 10 60 112 Suits for 16 110 Suits foreG90 and 17 18 Suits for 15 Some tlO Suits as low as6B- uy Early And Get The Pick W tb II CU 1 IINSMCLARY nor 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 AtcROBEKTS Stanford Kentucky 4thOFJULYAT Given by the Maccabees of Lincoln county Everybody invited Maccabee Horseback Parade Speeches by Col T r Hill Judge J P Bailey Hon R C Warren Hon J S Owsley and Others Foot Races Sack Races Potato Races Pole Vaulting Fat Mans Race and Oth er Amusements j3pFiro Works at Night Be sure to remain for the magnificent Pyrotechnic Display I IiMAXMBftNS ITheCLIMAX BUGGY PAINT The Result Is Good on Any Surface where a Glossy and Beautiful Finish Is Wanted GOOD FOR VEHICLES OP ANY KINDa PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky i THEJNTEK10RJOORNAL Entered n the pottoflce al Stanford at UMndclaH matterirablLbtmGTuemaa9 nxsaFriar l 11 PER YEAR ASH e s when iet sopstdaaoo will beeharisa KNIXVILLE DIVISION 14 Train going North 104 pm n 250 a m 028II 015II South 1217 am NoM I2Upm NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBSSSASONPmi JUNCTION CITY KY SaatetGrain and Hay For alsoJ H 100NE CO Proprietors UYERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal Jesse W Sweeney raoPBiETon livery Food and Salo stablo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates QaJl TrailerDCAL1B III Wtilsk Brandu Wines Beer clears Etc Carpenter Oloi to DepotSTANFORD KYI Prompt poUtI attention Nothing but the bea to drink Malt phona cr ttltcrepb orders receive prompt attention FOR SALEI Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The house Is new Alplea did and orchard There la a l- argemilldam Is In good power U great economy In running the mill Doe a business Ilia good repair and has all necessal outbuildings for selling Is theThe owners rush ot other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the uangtng Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at bs liar further particulars address SO Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R ncancs Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE F CO float Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you to sell lace It In our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky LiveryI 111 RlMuhony Insurance flaent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking In eurance against hire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Corn panics represented and the low tat possible rates are guaranteed Phone 11- 2Stanford Kentu- ckyHEALTH keephensDraught We have used It In the thetroutlengthoftimealways ready to make a well and hapPyJAMRB1IALLJack llL- Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates torpid liver weakened kidneys Ho DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from an heillthforearsdoctor Thedfords Black Draught cures bilious headachesdiarrtm ailmentbecauseliver and so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS DLAUt- roeRAUGBT HAIR BALSAM CIta txtutUVn th baIr ITooiotaf a lomriiat rrowth 01fAleadlAet Droete LUMBER WANTED headlagslumberprice At Moreland D U O PeytonI J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 5150 DuI FurniturelUlatNngsRuljsThey kinds of Stock them- a call Prices right ITAN70RD KXNTDOKY tj+ c + McC1MY UUDEHTAEEB EMBALMER And DealearIn SUHTBSS SADDLZST ZOO Stanford Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdian e TITLE CO Stanford KT countyKytodate In every particular and good dwell tag with Improvements and 20 acres of One land close to Southern railroad Price 19 7660 aem of land near Junction Cllyeut In seven fields 2a acres In rul1l1lltoalnit In grave a nice young orchard and grape harbors In Kentucky arty told pounds of roodClooeroom frame dwelling good barn trite etc all In good repair Price 3230 Also 11 acres of Florida land In Mann placeleavingroom house oranges peaches pears plums grapes all bearing and 6 acres on other side with 6 room onestory house or anges peaches pears plums grapes bearing for 20 or the 8 acres for 11800 and the 5 acres for f1100 A Bullltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 5story house metal roof barns water etc lie acres of timber tbtt will make ties stores barrel timber 0 round will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 12000 K cash Place has 500 fruit trees 171 acres Si mile Bardstown Junction Bullltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log barn smoke house wood house fine well good springs and running water two orchards three room tenant house Is a beautiful farm and productive cheap for 83500 f2000 cub balance In one two and three years 122 acres three miles of Wtlltsburg Wash Ington Ky 118 acres cultivated 6 acres In beech timber well cistern springs orchard lK atomsix room frame home veranda cribs wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm This Is a good farm worth the money 92500 f1250 cash balance one and two years 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on placo Is cut to 18 tlblaglesthe place twice over A large part is fenc ed There are four dwellings of rooms each and one store ot two stories with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county teat and trawl tobacco corn wheat grass etc fur 82200 One half cash MlulsslprlThtre hUssisIppIs perity Valley The tlmbrj Is becoming more able all the time for the reason that lumber people futdimIRlsbinRhues of timber lands In the South When the tim ber removed the land Is unequaled for agricultural purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow say other kind of crop raised In the temperate zone The toll needs no fertilisers and gives a yield which cannot be excelled WIts are low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm ant timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 17000 acres to the tract ant prices romS per acre to Si6 per acre according to location etc re authorized by the company who owns these lands to state that at other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we offer these tracts sub changeintnoughror11000 acres of this land has been soU by the Com parIcularscountyKypowerthetodate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The 1s of 7 years runt 14 acres with the mill including what Is with the house of 5 rooms All for 18250 or 15 for the mill and II acres One half cash Has fine trade No mill in 10 niles Central Kentucky Real Estate k TltleOo Stanford Ky Sentence Sermons To restrain prayer Is to retain care Oppressing truth never oppresses It A little faith li worth a lotof feeling There Is no sacrament without serv iceSafe sins are tbe walt dangerous onesLove la the great power that levels up Patience Is the perfume of crushed joysLegislation cannot take tbe place of loveHe cannot be sovereign who will not serveThere nan be no education with out aspiration Light Is the only protection against darknessReal Is the only remedy for Irrellglon Burning the ledgers will not balance the book A man docs not have to be gullible to bo gentle Half of what we cill difficulty Is only dangerA religion Is the costliest thing a man can get The best cure for your sorrow II care for another Better fall trying to do right than succeed In doing wrong There Is no merit In the walttlllI get achance forgiveness- No day Is mori dangerous than the one that dawns without Its dutyCbl cago Tribune Worst of all Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mra 8 II New son Decatnr Ala For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from Indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed Inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the re suIt was miraculous improved at once andnow Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel trou bles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by Penny Druggist A Brooklyn school teacher sends some answers given by the boys In her class In a recent examination What are zones Zones are belts running around tbe earth giving out heat as they run What do we Import from Italy Italians Of what Is tbe earth composed Sand water air and human beans What causes a fOjli The night befor- eStartling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity Ie constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bcntorvllle Va serves as example lie writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured mett Equally effective In curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Penny Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes SOc and fl Also continued the portly lady who was delivering a lecture on The duties of the model wife before the Womens Club we should always greet our husbands with a kits when they come home Now will one of my auditors tell the underlying principle of this A stern cold woman arose In the rear of the audience Its the surest way to catch em If theyve been drinking she said with a knowing nod That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you If you used Pr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Slob 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 tbo Worlds Fair via Queen k 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 teacher was explainingtoa little girl how the trees developed their toll age In the springtime Ob yes said the little raise I understand they keep their summer clothes In their trunks The Winchester ratIs author Ity for the statement that a Llvlogiton county man went out In the dark a few nights ago to milk the cow and drew the stool up to a brlndlo mule His collin cost t60 Jackson Hustler apTbe British possessions In West Af rica cover 500000 square miles con taming 20000000 Negroes and easily capable of producing a yearly cotton crop oi 10000000 bales Ohamberlaln1Stomach The Kentucky Chautauqua In a few days the annual Chautauqua feast will be opened at beautiful Wood land Park Lexington Everything Is now being put In readiness The trees were never greener tbo shade never more grateful Soon the white tents In great numbers will bo pitched about the beautiful grounds The great au ditorium will be decorated and every thing wlfl be In readiness for tho open- Ing of the session Multitudes of earnest people look forward with great anticipation for the coming of the Chautauqua It means so much to the social and intellectual life of tbe State For 18 years they have been listening with Interest to tho great lectures of the American plat form and have enjoyed the rare music and rich entertainments which have been provided The expense of these entertainments to those who purchase season tickets Is trivial In the extreme bringing such entertainments as ordi narily cost from 50 cents to tl to those who have season tickets at about 10 centsNow that tho Chautauqua no longer owns Its grounds and Is thrown upon Its own resources the lovers of the en terprise should manifest their Interest In It bv purchasing this year a season ticket More than a thousand such tickets should be sold to the good people before the gates are thrown open and the Chautauqua commences The rich program justifies the expectation that this will be one of the best ses sions of the Assembly The days from June 23th to July 8th will be Oiled with rare pleasure and enjoyment In this crucial year when the outcome will decide the future as far as the Kentucky Chautauqua Is con cerned the people of Kentucky should give the enterprise their heartiest co work for tho children has also been provided with Womans Con ferences of Interest under tbe control of tho Women Council and Biblical work under that prince of leaders Dr M M Parkburst For programs tents tickets and In formation apply to Mr Claude Buck ley Transylvania Printing Co Lexington Ky To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tbe Court of Appeals from this district subject to tbe action of tho democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cues which baye become apart of tbe States history and at a most critical time As judge ot tbo 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 Almost 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 me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL I WifeI need a little more money Husband It Is only two day since Now see here I want you to under stand that I wouldnt ask for money If I didnt need It and dont Intend to be reminded that Its only two days since you gave rue some I am not a child nor a menial nor a slave to be treated like an irresponsible being and I just want you to know that I wont stand It either to tbure easel Ive got just as much right to your money as you havof so there now you My dear I was merely going to re mark tbat it Is onlY two days since I drew my salary and you could bavo all you wanted VB8 LeXInGTOn D8mOlR C Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It lse peclally devoted to the Interests of =the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor F Pror Lexington Ky TRY A PAIR OF OUR SHEARSCo COtX tDealer inlFine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville J Central Kentuckyt Real Estate Exchange i Title CompanyI Stanford Ky Xo S4M serer ol unluprofl land la iron county Mo IHasUM from aluta Sullen ea Iron Mountain role Will sell or sarbaoge frproperty In Uncolneounty No Suallfarn Slams Smiles from htsn fend UoaMol feurf ooj room beak rom end I vi o4 be1111Uoolrlc fM per arre Land djInlog sold for 5W and tU ThlslsaUrcsln No I N arm toad lead Twit story sis room White place In dwOl1lllrlbarDU blbllep In good eu 41 skis Prlro ttUQw No U Sine room dwelling good Hllar and II acre laod NeTerfalllac well sad IVoelwf sod fair CMdllloo Cheap oatbulwtngaInvtose sail a small family pfaceI N M = 6gaerNlaeiandllwMrlaa1 ed la Terry eMiniT Ky a trap Vie Ccwka trlUiUrrof Ut North York of Kenlaeky titer ateketabort fiNk A ralliead Is mrf y d wllhli thiM miles ef utd prepcnr t he timber eeaiUti II oak eta TlUt pike Will NIl or tltup M easy terms Ne 55A Die two Very tfbt room frame dtlllof In Stanford 1lsstwhalls cno1 nltar whb eenereU scot goalguo wr1l is kltnifleabl H plat wbkb reatlet IITatsmonth The dwelling rent ritwrmwib erly It In geed repair sad eaa ta beebt for 151 00 No 11Farm 176 armtpleBdklM ie f t Ued In Llnc tneMiniy TwestrySreostouresident- a tenant houses barn room for ever XB head ol lock and all older necury onlbejIUIe ill In good m ca I church Kiloclod 1e0Merjrailroad la toad urtghborbood IB eultlraHoa mlln pas aad tlniWr tic This II an dwi country bout u all coat nl nfMn alto Well watered with 14 serer faulof pttDfa eu frlr leuooabia No 17 NlfttotUf stir land within ratio ol Stanford la rood repair tnaitg rood everlasting and good t Ur rood bars smokehouse At Youoj orcbard and line Tina yard tlplendldplace tones garden prodon to aonply tb town IMot HJOO- Iio ueo aerts of land on tolls trots Somerset Krratlna Ttn Selda forty am la culllra lion 40 urea In putarr balance la Umber Dwell lBooDUInaMTtn rooms Large turn and all BK eaurr outbulldiop Vton and bulldlon In spun did roper Well watered hits SJ800 No IMatrMof land In ford county Kaa- rix miles from nilrord and x miles from Arlavu titer 2kventyarresofland Is river bottom la Bntelaaa land and In grass This land Is for salt or xchsoge No 61A farm efKM acres In Lincoln county Three good dwtlllon 1 icood bate aad out bnlldlDp tub house barn tie about the costar of acre All on county road mile from church school and poelnfflc lay well sadwall watered This la a goof tobacco farm and would suit two or tbn famlllr that might want to corn from tb aam nl bborbood Price reasonable o 69 Twoatorr frame dwelllnc of sex rooms two ball vmnda lc well at door and all other necessary outkulIdlDff Also large blacksmith shop landabcdi ull length of chop and feel wide Tills property will be sold at a my low price No 9A farm ot 122 acre four mile from XUn ford oat pit la the count well watered fue raod dwelling front pike all aryout- bulldinp A ipUadld blue graas farm sod only M mlDulca drit from county ml Owner of farm adlolDlng this baa mwnU nfuaed IU par sera VaoffrlhUalM7M No MKiny acres nar Pleasant Point ry Frame house 6 rooms and Barn and otber outbuilding acres In cultivation net In Um romnmunltl No diouseand lot la porch In the rear god garden good neighborhood rinse to churthM acd Khool for malt tam ill FrlMlUO No 1lloUM and lot In Stanford lieu eon aim Sys rooms Hood stable and acres of U J well fenced Oal of building town room enough la front for two other cottage or a 2 story front could be built to the cottage soil be made a beautiful home WIU be told cheap aa the owner must bate money Noll Bwolllngofalr roon1b1I and porch ar outbuildings pNa lure two atoryatorroomISxSU feet lower room supplied with counters etc Water In atoreroom altO cistern and well on place Small lot back of store Ono mile from Stanford Uulldlnp la goo repair and dwelUng coat 11600 anti store over 11200 Will sell lath for 5150 or will rent or sell separately No 13210 acre farm 54 mile or Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling room two tenant hour two barn well and spring near dwelling Farm In high nats of cultivation 150 acre dyer bottom land good fencing fruit etc lrlce 3790 an acre NodS Twosiory seven room frame dwelling veranda ete One story storeroom 20X60 two blackamlth ihopj tenant hour stable crib and warehouse Every building new and fencing to flneahap the prolerty la In lluitonvllle Ky and we will tell It u a whole or tell eaoh place separately Well at each stable and clitern at houM For addtestheabove named tee rotary No 72A splendid dock of foods for tale This la the beat business aland arid the nicest and mud- refudyelecteddockofxnods la Central Ken lucky A and adjoining counties We will tell tbla for coot and carriage and if want to go In bualniaa you cannot find a nicer stock better or better trade In this llnooutaldoof the titles wtlllmplOvdi6aacies of Ian4 on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle acres In cultivation about ts acres In timber and rest In grass A large new frame ing also an old dwelling on place A new barn and two oU ones It Is well watered and the fencing Is good On public rod Price fjooo ltoryIxworks In kitchen and family room Uood barn JIrvdONdweiitog sod ott- dwMUogloiIredltew liars ted lbr out bethhga Os mossy tod apkedld tlrwowell wawndtwowells me IU This isad alraWB i frlfltiilaseL fan of Matrra IS mile Item Stan lord oo tMiy rued M sea to eullltatla sane la purr goal hardlaad rent la tlmUr Tw small sedges good barn and MtMIWI wee IoebUtHa mad mast bare money No 5aFarm of tarn near WtyaMVirg nefagandatone lanJ la good Mt kborbao Mo to sebod and on good road lrlfIIW KyOneaudesebsNatorydwlllag b r oalWlWlap tasty ten IB tatJtefaooi dr Iric only No It Nl nun of land scar Crab Orwhtrd hep tramhwseiMiUwigs Is wee watered Al BwlUlBrt aM feat 1Iota tgoal refill and le I deshab test Price No W Till awl oneball wee of land aIcs ttry urea room frame 4we4teg Sort trees M y Side roan 10 ky feud ware room next k tkxe threoworeamsWeS litAnMbargain No Ie Farm of laI acre near llodhetd flies sodfencingwell watered Will inn frl2O or caching let property In Uneol county No 4Two story frame dwelling 7 rooms hall and veranda Good garden tinting and bwe lagood repair Fore or rent IYlareasonablINo M Farm of 1M atree Umberrntin t comparativelypoatoBlM tad O dfloOL Tropertr he on deiesblGermfor n 400 or la ptrrela of not lees thus U acre to aultpurchat Xbla It certainly cheap property IQSUafof the moat desirable booty In tows reasonableNa2LDwelliegot4roomawithmaueland tbarn and necetury outbuild I well In If In irloI90bNoor iehaog Hai all necessary Improremtnta well watered Ac Will told at a bargain partleulanchanged Title Co No M Ninety acre or land near 1rolrilory dwelling well watered good lancing la li the III burl of the city ol Statford close to Uraded homlrleNo 41 room tram cottage and one acre a land In Klngarllle Ky Large bare smoke hour repairriceNo 70Ten term of land two front rot late te en room hall etc louse la new a goal garden and eplendld orchard IS urea fencing p goal two stabler burlY house emote house ole t god well nn I ace then II also a goof mill o0 natodlowfigureoriesaeltNo aoA aria of acre Mme dwelling outbuildingslIed1I3 acre In eultllIoa teat In Ilue 4re Leu than half mile Iroin turoplk We oner thli place for only 30 per acre verandasuitshispapered und painted room and veranda each A on tame lot used at lifer stable Good garden Vacant lol adjoining M reel front 200 feet deep All olthli properly Is In totJon Ky moneyloprietomonth On account of health of hit wire only exchangetorNo 4I4SO acres near Jumbo 100 acre In culil ration reel In limber tUx dwelling on place fire toekharaStraws run through Ilce On county road and 300 yard from p 0 school church and In good 1 reasonablefiguresNu 71A room cottage water In IOOtllanltalandlocatedNo6llouse and lot In DartHown house has S largebrngood repair Price J6jo