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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 28 1904 8 A M NO 35 j Minutes of The Delegate Coun ty Convention of Lincoln County At the delegate county conveotlo held at the court house In Stanford Lincoln county Ky onJune27th1004 ot2ooloclcl M standard time for r the purpose of selecting delegates to the district convention at Sbelbvvllle on Juno 23 to nominate a democratic candidate for Congress In the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky pur suant to the order of the Democratic Congressional District Committee hell at Lawrenceburg April 20 IQOt Bald delegate county convention was called 1to order by James F Boldani chair man of the democratic county commit tee of Lincoln county who presided over said delegate county convention until Geo D Weatherford was elected temporary chairman sad W U Mc Kinney was elected temporary secreta ry On motion duly made seconded 1and carried the temporary organlza Lion was made permanent by the elec tlon of George D Weatberford as per manent chairman and W D MoKln i nap as permanent secretary On mo Lion duly made seconded and carried t the following delegates were chosen and elected to attend taU district con vention as aforesaid to wit J 3 Ows ley W S nurch It C Warren J P Bailey J T Embry A C Dunn G D Weatherford M 8 Baughman E C The following wens selected at iWaltoa J F Ooldam WW With M F NorthW B MoKlnney M Oens G B Sautlay S T lIar Jor S J Embry Sr J B Paxton Qa motion duly made seconded and the following resolutions were adopted 1ST We endorse without qualifica i LIDO the candidacy of the Hon Harvey Helm for the democratic nomination for Congress from this the BlgnthCoo gresslooal district of Kentucky that be Is In every respect fully qualified to ably represent said district In the House of Representatives of the United States both by learning and training fully equipped to cope with the ablest man in the Halls of Congress and If nominated will carry the democratic banner to triumphant victory In No ember In presenting his name to the democracy of this Congressional dllI the democracy of Lincoln county 4trillt an honest pride knowing and rec as we do his true worth his bearing and valiant party service In the past 2ND The delegates from Lincoln county are hereby Instructed to vote for the Hon Harvey Helm for said nomination aid to use all honorable means to secure his nomination at said District Convention SRD Any one of said delegates from Lincoln county Is hereby antborlzed sad Instructed to cut the entire vote of said county In said District Conven I tlon In the absence of the other dale Rates from said county All of which Is ordered certified to ShelbyvillelOn motion carried the said county convention ad journed Given under our hands this June 27 1004 GEO D WEATIIBRFORD Permanent Cbmn W B McKlNNEY Permanent Seov t I Looking as trim and neatas an Elgh leenth century boat could be expected to look the frigate Constellation Is ly l tag at the cob dock to the New York Navy Yard whore she has been sent for repairs She makes a strange coal trot to the monster battleship now un der construction In the yard but has a warm place In the hearts of the otllcers many of whom have served on tier In the past The Constellation Is the oldest ship1 In the Uulted States Navy She was launched In 1707 and tome oQIcers believe that was before Nelsons flagship the Victory was launched The old Constitution was started fore the Constellation but there was some delay In launching her and Constellation was the first In the water It Is doubtful If there Is even a splinter of wood In the old frigate that In her the day she war launched She has been completely overhauled more times than the oldest naval officer can remember All that was loft of the original ship In 1883 was a part of the keel and a few ribs and the navy olu care believe these kayo been taken out Now York Herald No Competition The uniform success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In the relief and cure of bowel complaints both in children and adults has ht it Into almost universal use so that It practically without a rival and as everyone who hoe used it knows is without equal For sate by W N Craig A lone bandit held up a stage coach near Sliver City Idaho and made a t rich haul HUSTONVILLE Bon Chas Montgomery and Isaiah Wesley of Libertywere hero Sunday Tbe Hustonvllle team crossed bats with the McKinney team at that place Tbe score was 21 to 0 In favor of our at boys Tbe handsome business house of C W Adams Is nearly completed and be expects to occupy It within the next 10 days Tbe sermon of Rev Hall L Ctlhoun Is on faith Is considered by many to be the most masterly effort on that subject Ito heard In this city In fact his source of masterly efforts seems to be Inex haustible The board of eve trustees elected for the graded school here recently hay log qualified was called together by Supt Singleton Saturday anti organlz ed for business Mr Charles Wheeler was elected president of the board Several applications for the position of principal and assistant have been re calved but no contracts made Large and attentive audiences are attending the protracted meeting at Christian church The subjects of bh sermons this week are Tuesday afte- rnoocA Much Neglected Command Tuesday nightThe Baptism of the Bible Wednesday afternoon Sow lag and Reaping Wednesday night What is Christ to You Thursday afternoon The Indwelling Christ Thursday eightTbe Devices of Satin Friday afternoon Serving the Lord Friday nightPtllaraotSelt Miss Lula May Bruce of Danville Is with the Misses Adams until after the Terhune Adams nuptials on the 20ib Mr and Mrs Cbas Wheeler visited Rev W W Bruce at Perry vllle Sunday Mr Bruce has not been able to Oil bis pulpit born for some time on account of his health Mrs Josiah Bishop has returned from Pon ca City O T where she left her bus band who has a floe wheat crop tohar vest before his return Cot Robert M Jackson one of the leading business men of London and a friend of the late Vincent Borelng was with friends here Mrs V B Morse Is detained at Qulacy by tbe continued Illness of her parents Dr Clifton Fowler and wife were In the largo and attentive audl once to hear Rev Hall Calhnun Sun day at the Christian church IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The strike of carriage and walroaI workers In New York was The Jefferson Guards at the St Louis Exposition will be equipped with slung shots Alvin Burton aged 14 took cramps while bathing In Green river near Co lumbia and was drowned Two men were killed and several wounded In a construction train wreck between Jelllco and Knoxvllle A Canadian killed himself on learn ing that It was necessary for his wife to undergoadangerom surgical operation While talking over the telephone the widow of Perry Blggerstaff of Cumberland county fell to the floor dead Bugbely Elkln of Burgln went to the jail at Hurrodsburg sad made an unsuccessful attempt to kill Campell Noel a prisoner Jerry Sandldge one of Boyle count best known firmer came near los log his life by taking through mistake a swallow of carbolic acid The City Council at Lebanon has passed a vaccination ordinance Sev eral cases ot smallpox In a mild form have recently been discovered there Henry Eades a young white mane serving sentence In the city workhouse for breach of the peace made his escape at Harrodsburg by sawing the bars to his cell Richard Hatter an old and highly respected citizen of Mlddleburg died after a brief Illness of old ago He was 85 years old and an ox Federal Sol dier and pensioner 1Mayor J B Fisher refused to sign a license for the Wetderraan Brewing 10Co to wholesale beer in Danville Tbo brewing company will make afight and force the Mayor to grant tbo license IIaDd will go to the courts for that purpose Thrown From A Wagon Mr George K Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely bruised Ho applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and says it is the best liniment lie ever used Mr Babcock Is a well known cltl zen of North Plain Conn There is noth ing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will effect a cure in onethird the time required by any other treatment For sale by W N Craig IsFarmer Jason Did yer hear as bow Josh li suln1 his wife fer dim vorceFarmer Hukslnby Gosh nol What grounds has he got Farmer Jason Cruelty She insisted on his eatln the same kind o grub she fly th lummer boarder n NEWS NOTES Montana bad a big snow storm Fri dayOr John Frederick Elmore has beet appointed the now Peruvian Minister Washington O C Longyear a paymaster of King stop N Y was waylaid by Italians and robbed of 12770 Andrew Humphreys for over half a century prominent In Indiana politics dead at Llntoo Tad Unknown persons made an attempt blow up the residence of Sterling Dlmltt In Bath county Tbe Bay leD Government apologized for the action of the Palaco Guard In stoning the French Minister C J Mlnlch was arrested near Mays field on tbe charge of arson the crime having been committed In Ohio two years ago Miss Mary Sutton of California won the national womans tennis championship by defeating Miss Elizabeth Moore near Philadelphia Attorney General Hays hold the act appropriating 100000 for the erection of new buildings at tbe State College to be constitutional After attempting to kill a woman Charles A Swayse Jump d out of an eleventhstory window at Detroit and was Instantly killed A statue of OeD OeD Rogers Clark was unveiled at the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair Friday with ap proprlate ceremonies Pennsylvania capitalists are said to have closed a deal for 30000 acres of coal and timber In the counties of Knott Pike and Leslie Judge J S Kelly of Bardstown was elected president and R A McDowell- of Louisville secretary of the State bar association held In Louisville The house of Boo Boo erected on the Worlds Fair Grounds at St Louis by the Lumbermens Association at a cost of 10000 was destroyed by fire Attorney Samuel M Tudor was sent to Jill by Judge Parker at Lexington for relating 10 answer questions propounded to him In the grand jury roomI Acting Gov Tborne commuted the life sentence of Erasmus Moody colored sent up from Louisville so that It will expire July 15 Personal reasons are given for tbe act Breaking the gene law In Dubois county Iowa Is expensive business Two boys who killed a squirrel In heI closed season wore tried fined the costs and all amounting to 18020 Grant and James Hooves of Gritted den county are In jail atMarloncbarg- ed with the murder of Mrs Edward Corloy It is claimed tbe woman died from the effects of a fight with the men- The fourteenyearold victim of a ne gro assailant dear Europa Miss placed the noose around his neck and led away the horse on which the pinioned negro stood Tbo lynching was witnessed by a crowd of 3000 people Hon James A McKenzie one of Kentucky most distinguished citizens famed as an orator In his days of politi cal activity died of apoplexy on his firm near Oak Grove Christian county where he bad been living in retire meat for a number of years It Is believed that the Russian and Japanese forces are on the eve of the greatest battle of the war It Is said to be Gen Kuropatklns plan to meet OeD Kurokl before Gen Oku arrives Admiral Togo claims to have sunk one Russian battleship and disabled anoth or In an attempt of the Ituslan fleet to leave Port Arthur Worst of all Experiences Can anything bo worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H New son Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors mod all remedies failed At length I was Induced to try Electric Bitters and the re molt was miraculous I improved at once nod now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel trou bles Electric Bitters Is tbe only medicine Only SOc Its guaranteed by Penny DruggistOld Donnelly was convalescing from a severe attack of Illness and warmhearted Mrs Williams had pro eon ed tbo Invalid with an attractive basket of fruit The old woman who was unaccus lomed to many of the luxuries of life was frankly puzzled by two large round lemoncolorcdobjeots In the center of the basket The editor of an English paper re cently received a fine chicken which he supposing It to be a token of appre elation from a discriminating reader took home and enjoyed for dinner Tbe following day he received this letter Dear Editor Yesterday thicken In order to settle adepute whlab has arisen here Can you tell ui what the chicken died of The Japanese are reported to be within 12 miles of Port Arthur HON HARVEY BELM Who will be nominated for Congress at Shelbyville to day Hon R W Miller of Richmond will put him in nomination sod Mr Geo B Saufley of this place will second the nomination In a good speech LANCASTER Rev Grabam representing the Orphans Home of the Christian church preached Sunday morning In the place of Rev Tinder The annual union lerIvices have begun la our town and Sunday evening the first one was held at the Methodist church Tbe Athletic Tournament is now ov er and the opinion of our people and the visitors was that It was a perfect success The victorious ones in each contest are as follow Base ball Rich mood vs Willlamsburg Score 0 to 5 In favor of Richmond Throwing base ballOove Moberly Harrodsburg Ten dls John Embry vs Adolph Joseph Embry woo Three leg raceBascom Ford and Adolph Joseph Lancaster Running high jump Marshall Denny Point Leavel Potato raceO Ford Lancaster i mile run Hiram Cannon Midway Tennis Bertba Boretz Tease Vocal solo maleV A Scblegel of Richmond first Frank Young Chicago second Oratorical Wm Broaddus Rich mood let Robin Neal Lexington 2d Perry Cassldy Lexington 3rd Iay120 yard dashB Ford Lancaster Shot PutJim Anderson Lancaster Mlle run Hiram Cannon Midway Mlle bicycle R W McRoberts Lancaster let Victor Stone Lancaster 2d Clay pigeon shooting Dr Archer Wllllamsburg Baseball Willlamsburg vs Lancas ter exhibition game Willlamsburg 6 Lancaster TennisF F Blakely Williams burg vs John Embry Ashland Em bry won Vocal frmaleMlu Llllle Leavell Bryaotsvllle Miss Susan Mitchell Midway god Piano soloV A Schlegel Rich mood 1st Will West Lancaster tad Tennis Wearen Hughes Stanford vs L M Cheek Danville Hughes won 100 yard dash Marshal Denny Lan casterStanding high jump Marshal Denny Standing broad jump Marshal Den lyHop step and jump Sam Denny LancasterPole Wm Parrlsh Richmond Baseball Lancaster vs Richmond championship game 11 to 0 In Lanes orl favor Plano duet Allio Huffman and Vir ginia Bourne let Angle and Marguer Ito Klnnalrd 2nd- Declamatory Ethyl Moxley Louis yule Jennie Carr Somerset Ance Short charged with complclty In the assassination of Mack White In Breathltt county has been arrested by Sheriff Callahan and his poaaa and lodged In jail at Jackson The blood hound followed the trail to the home of Jim Salyers wbo had fled with bis son Chad Salyers to Lee county Tho actions of Short while in the posse created suspicion which resulted In his arrestA dllpatcb say On account of the low stage of the river navigation on tbo upper Cumberland has from necessity been suspended Tho boat log season just ended has been the shortest In years Miss Mamie Murray a popular young woman of Lexington is dead from the effects of drinking carbolic acid Tbo family says she did not take the drug with suicidal intentions- In a fight at Leavenswortb Kas George Cole shot and killed William Hammond wounded two others and lost his life after exchanging forty shots with the police The home of William Wethlngton near Clementsvlllo Casey County burned together with Its contents Origin of the fire II not known Loss 12500 no Insurance YOU NEED THIN CLOTHES For Summer comfort We can show you a big linn of these goods in unlined BLUE SERGES and in twopiece suits The coats have just enough lining about the shoulders to keep them in shape Our Sum mer Suits will be comfortable and make you Ilook well dressed Come in and let us show them to you st- aT o mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stovejfrom Wshin HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Harve Steward porter iooo t 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 smallsum of 500 Call add examine my stock of force pumps cast iron cistern platform with galvanized pump to fit bucket pumps pitcher pumps roofing guttering and plumbing work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed Phone No 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford K- yDruggistConfidence Confidence no fear of mistakes is what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATE RIALS are our stock in trade When you want things done right when you want pure drugs when you arc 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 CraigPharmacistSta- nford Kentucky Our Annual Clearance Sale Of Ladies HighGrade Shoes is now on 2 to 350 Shoes all go at 1 per pair while they last These are a little out of style or odds and ends but fall high grade goods Call and look through the stock W E Perkins A J Crab Orchard xy- f r fHEINTERIORJOURNAL E C WALTON- HARVEY HELM Of SUnfard a candidate for Congress In this thlI Eighth to the action of the demoI t critic partyIf Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed lien G tub i lid to the action of the Democratic party Your i port Is eime tly solicited G G GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is acaadliateforjudgeotheLlecoln county court subject to the action of party THOMAS D NEWALND SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject k tfis action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD liacanalditt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject t the action of the democratic party 1TJEFF HILL SR Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject k tin action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to aaction of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS N a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject M action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tae action of toe Democratic party JAMES C HAYS li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the feasocratlc party W HERRIN 1faa candidate party for Jailer subject to the action of tht MEREDITH E PRUITT candidate for Supnleteadeat of nm Schoolle a of the demotic subject tof Lincoln County party MISS KATE BOGLE cf It a Lincoln count subject the action of PuNIc of the demo pattyiJAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Ject to the action of the democratic party 1GEORGE T WOOD Is candidate for Assesser of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party DC ALLEN LincOln county subAssessor of tento theattion 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 II Kctjto the actionoof theIotofLincoln county sub E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Awssor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tat action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party HON HARVEY HELM will be nomi sated for Congress by the convention which meets at Shelbyvllla today We are confident of It al confident at we could possibly be of anything The nomination may not and likely will ballot but It will sot come on the Brit come to tbe gallant entry from LID coln county ere the convention a memory After a hard sod plucky fight all tbe way through our splendid townsman can see that victory Is hie own and no one la gladder of his sue cess than Is he who Indites these lines He has gone against the machinery sad money by the barrel and has d- eifeared both propositions Be has won bt on his merits and he alone iv due the credit of It He has no one to thank for bis achievement except Him who gave him his Indomitable energy and bit remarkable faculty of judging men In the precinct conventions of Saturday afternoon he made all of his claims good Months ago he said he would carry Lincoln Garrard Madison and Rockcastte Those counties are to his credit giving him 36 votes in the convention at Shelby vlllo today Be Is short only nine votes of the requisite number to nominate and that he will get that number before many ballots are taken we are absolutely confident Mr Helm has made a magnificent race against odds having carried four coon ties out of the 10 with such able and wealthy opponents as Messrs Gilbert and Moore There Is little wonder that bo and his friends are feeling good and little doubt that they will be feel the Shelbyville coor log better when vention stands adjourned Threocheera for the gallant young Sycamoreof the St Asaph THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York and Charles Warren Fairbanks of Indiana were nominated respective ly for president and vide president of the United States by the republican National convention as eated In our Fridays lasue In the case oftbs press t t Identlal nomination the roll of States was called Senator Fairbanks was nominated by acclamation the roll be log dlepenied with The convention was called to order by Chairman Canon who after the In vocation anemia ed that the selection of a presidential candidate was next in trio order of but here Alabama when called gave way to the State of Now York which through exGov Frank S Black proposed the name of Theodore Roosevelt for the presidency The delegates cheered wildly at the conclusion of his speech and received the seconding speeches of Senator BeveridgeexGov Bradley of Kentucky and others with marked demonstrations On tbe call for vice presidential nominations Alabama again gave way this time in favor of Iowa whose junior Senator J P Deliver nominated Charles Warren Fairbanks of Indiana for that honor He was seconded bySenator Depew of New York amid tbe cheers of the en thusiastic delegates After tho ad journment of the convention tho new National Committee met and unani mously elected George B Cortolyou Its chairman In an address to the committee following his election Chair man Cortelyou stated that while besought the counsel of the members he expected to be chairman In fact and would accept no dictation from any one high or low President Roosevelt ana Senator Fairbanks after the resultbad been announced exchanged telegrams of congratulation A SWEEPING change in tho cabinet of President Roosevelt was officially announced at the White House The announcement came In the form oft brief typewritten statement issued by Secretary Loeb as follows William H Moody of Massachusetts Attorney General Paul Norton of Illinois Sec rotary of tbe Navy Victor H Metcalf of California Secretary of Commerce and Labor The resignations of Sec retary Cortelyou and Attorney Goner al Knox have been accepted to take effect July 1 POLITICAL Secretary Hays ruling that tbe people of the United States shall be called Americans Is antedated 128 years by a Virginia resolution It Is said a quiet campaign Is under way to secure the Democratic vice presidential nomination for Marshall Field of Chicago John R McLean Is also mentioned In a session continuing until almost 6 oclock In tbe morning Robert B Glenn received the democratlouomlna Lion for governor of North Carolina Tbe delegates to the National con yen tion will vote as a unit upon all ques tions but are otherwise uninstructed Hon John Sharp Williams in an In tervlew printed In the Courier Journal yertorday analyzes the Republican platform shows lie Inconsistency and in vigorous fashion pays bis respects to the framers of tbe negro suffrage plankA Tammany Deader Is reported to have asked D R Francis president of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition In the name of tbe Eat to become a presidential candidate before the Dem ocratlc National Convention to be beldI In St Louts It is said that Mr els took kindly to the suggestion The New York Dally News which has recently changed hands has come out as a straight Democratlo newspa per and Is recognized as the organ of Tammany Hell It prints a threepage article advocating George B McClel lan the present mayor as nominee of tbe democratic party for tbe presiden cy The Ketucky delegation to tbe Re publican National Convention with the exception of the most noted members- A E Wilson Leslie Combs Gov Bradley and Commissioner Yerkes marched to Indiana headquarters and thanked Uov Durbln for refusing to surrender Fugitive W S Taylor Ed- Itor Roberts of Lexington acted as spokesman It Is all right we suppose for the republicans to nominate Roosevelt and Fairbanks they had nothing else to do and could not have done otherwise If they would but it Is slightly hard on Booker Washington that he was not afforded political recognition by the black and tan convention But what do niggers think about it asks the Lexington Democrat The people Indianaalong the route of the train from Chicago to Indianap olis gave Senator Fairbanks the Republican nominee for Vice President a warm welcome Great crowds greeted the party wherever tbe train was scheduled toetop At Indianapolis the Senator was met by a delegation of 20 000 citizens irrespective of politics and escorted to his home where greet ings and speeches were indulged In The State Department at Washing ton has received confirmation of the report that tbe French and German Ministers while driving at Port au Prince Haytl were stoned by the members of the Palace Guard The Ministers wives who were following in another carriage were also assailed The two Governments have been notifi ed and a preemptory demand for re droll is expected The Detroit which has been In Dominican waters during tbesettloment of the recent revolution will return to San D9 IDgof President Roosevelt will be notifiedI of his nomination on July 27 aud Seat tor Fairbanks a week later It Is said that John Sharp Williams Is the choice of the Democratic National Committee for tempoary chairman of the St Louis convention The father of Mr Paul Morton eight years ago was a member of Pre Ident Clevelands cabinet Now the son sits In tho cabinet of President Roosevelt Cleveland Democrats and Roosevelt Republicans are not very far apart Louisville Poll County conventions to select dele gates to tbe district convention at Palntivtllo next Wednesday to nom hate a Republican candidate for Con grass were hold In tbe Tenth district Saturday Hon Theo B Blakely is the only announced candidate for the nomination The members of theState Capitol Commission returned from Mississippi where they went to Inspect the 1000 000 Capitol just completed there They feel that they gathered much Informs Lion through tbe trip and will In a day or two consider a visit tothe Rhode Island State Capitol Bishop Ellison Capers of South Caro tics has been elected chancellor of tbe University of the South to fill tbe unex plred term of the late Bishop Dudley Mrs Charles Dautrlch of Louisville says her husband is trying to get a divorce In order to secure a legacy left on condition that bo divorce her The general store of Lltsey k Clay brooke at Texas Washington County burned causing a loss af about 80000 with 13400 Insurance Benjamin and Edwin Goshkey brothers were electrocuted by accident while picking berries near their homo at Wabank Pa EtGov 1 M Harris of the Chlck asaw Nation was badly hurt by being thrown from his horse Speaker Connon announces that he will shortly leave for a sea voyage on account of his health Tbe women are assisting In tbe work of completing the defenses at Port Ar thurJohn AlexanderDowIe has arrived at New York Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding tbe Kentucky fairs for 1001 as far as reported Klrkayllle July 152 day Crab Orchard July 213 days Danville August 33 days Harrodsburg August 93 days Lawrenceburg August 104 days Brodhead Aug n18 19 Sbepherdsville Aug 231 day Shelbyville Aug 34 days Springfield Aug 244 days Somerset Aug304 days NIcholasvllle Aug 303 days Florence Aug 314 dave Glasgow Aug 314 days Ellzabethiown Sept 61 days Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 012 days Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family ia often driven to desperation in cue of accident resulting In Burns Cuts Wounds Ul ere etc Lay In a supply of Bncklcns Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at Penny Drug Store SAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We have just re dived 25 can coal will toll ata reduced price of from 2 to 3 cent on bushel cheaper than In day from above date KING A COX Moreland Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary li open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con inltaUon Board and nursing shall be cash in advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills duo when service are rendered and must tpaid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection B D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvltle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclass Laundry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited UMBRELLAS Recovered repay and made almost aa good at new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella bolter than the tramp repairer and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SSU3A3S Proprietor Electric Uchts In every room Refurnished and under tntlr New Miiucenent Rob the fsvorlu porter meets all trains Large WtllNghteJ SaapJ Room RaA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Offlro In Ujvr Home Parlor Phone 01 Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to taU privately my farm of 170 acres located in 0 tlustonTille Good ItnproTemenU fruit never falling water as whole or divide Small house on lower part O B BAHNETT Uuitonvllle Ky NEW ILACKSMITH SHOP Having rented the Wm Daughertv black mlthsuop on west main street I am prepared to all kinds of blacksmith and work I have an experienced workman In charge Work guaranteed 01 ve me a call will also krepon hand all the time a lot of lumber of alt BAKER WALLS Dr JeBe Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentuc- kyPOSTED We whose names appear below itrl tly forbid hunting flihlng or any kind of tram passing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonamore T M Holme H V Newland J B Camenlsch Peter Balmer W II Johnsen Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife E Canon H Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welsh R A Lawrence Frank Oordler- Mr A D Root Sam F Reynold Morgan Humphrey O T WHUen TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpet matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains Utke curtain poles pictures frame screens passe partotst doors glas table chair safes wardrobes couches dressers washstands bvdi springs mattrene chamber suits water elelamJ14l chldon ten folding bed washing machines wring ell wall carpet paper trunk tolo scopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALER8 LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY Soason of 1904 Crab OrthardSpringsK- entuckys Most Delightful Summer Resort Four Hotels Capacity COO Guests Famous CrabOrchardSprlngo A tbe heated term approaches the thought arlie where shall I RO to rest sod quiet and find pleasant and cool tlghtsi This can be easily answered Crab Orcbard for nearly a century has proven a morel Summer resort and this eason promises to be tbe beat In 1U history There happiness can always be found The days are never oppressively warm while the nlghu are elghtfully pleasant from June till October The famous Orchard water from which Is made Crab Orchard Salts Sulphur Chaly beate Magnesia etc all flow from large springs close to the Hotel A new- nin Well has been opened and the use of tbe Salt Sulphur Well at has been secured The Table Nclthor money nor pain will be spared to make the table the best to be found in Ken tuck r Fine cattle mutton pork and poul ry fattened on the Spring farm not sur paned anywhere Improvements The Springy buildings have all been Im roved paint and paper have been liberally used grounds are In the very ink ol condition and present a scene lovely to behold just now walks have been Also a complete job of plumbing jut about completed from top to bottom Society and Amusements Crab Orchard Springs has long been noted for the homelike that pervades the entlro The ceremonial fRlhlonable home life are laid aside while each Individual promote his or her own happiness In contributing to tho happlnuss of Rates Tho rates are very low considering tho of the service For Sato liD per week delightful rooms and splendid tare cure obtained Season Opened June The season June 1st and all dur ing the Summer a splendid bund of music will be In attendance For further particular address J B WILLiS Manager Crab Orchard Ky Grand Leaders Bargains Misses Oxfords lid patent tip situ 12 12 wore 81 now 7Co Misses Talent Loather Oxfords size 12 12 wore SlfiO now 08o Ladies 8160 Patent tip kid Oxfords Row 080 Ladies 88 Patent Leather Oxfords now 8198 Ladies 050 Patent Viol Oxfords now 8220 Sovornl Odd rAts Ladies Oxfords sizoa 8 8 12 and 4 worth tip to 8260 go at 70o irons Canvas Shoos tho 8160 kind now 98a lions Canvass Oxfords the 160 kind now USa liens 8360 Taut Shoes go at 8226 Mens 8860 Patent Viol Oxfords go at 82 GO liens 8450 Patent Viol Oxfords go at 8820 A few pairs of thoso Ladies Dollar Kid Glnveet 1lll 6 81only to oloso thorn out 16c all colors 15o Lawns 9o a yard 8 l8c Lawns 6c n yard Mutts foe Uudorwoar now 2io lions 810 Suite now MOS liens 81260 Suits now 8008eMens Straw Hats slightly soiled worth up to 81 go at lOc taoh Ladies Straw Sailors go at 16o each OWSLEY BLOCK WATCH OCR Alas THE GRAND LEADERMe BeLevy 8 Co S B Levy Carter Foster resting ones the erection suitable artlttlcdetlQn but material and feet workmanship carry the largest stock Monument Markers and Tablets Marbleand Kentucky Lettering done pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS A SON Lexington Ky GO TO I W B McRoberts FOR II LANDRETHS GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS I First Bank SEED National Stanford Ky Capital Stock J50000 This Institution wa originally established as the Deposit heck of Stanford in then reorganised as the National Bank of Stanford In again reorganised as the pint National Bask of Stanford In hating had practically an uninter rupted existence 43 years It is better supplied with facilities uaniset buslnes promptly than ever before In Ions honorable carter Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries BId Cer poratloas Solicited Directors J B Paxton J B Owiley H Shank W O Walker Oeo W j B L 0 Oooch Wit Cummins W M Bright R L Hubble w II Shank the per We Granite Central by 1119 and 1112 and well Soccerors Tbe Farmers flank ft Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Produce Wanted I Will you the best market price hen hides feathers junk Can and be convinced at II II Northcotti Stanford Ky Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only 18 I the bet of palate and varnishes and guarantee work to be firstclass Call at shop on Som erset street and specimen of wor- kHouupatnttngandpiperhangiaEcheaply BUGGIES AT FOR Having decided to quit the buggy bus nova I sell the next 60 days at curt heroes They are latest style and best make Part of the vehicles rubber tired Come to see me and get a bar gala at once before they all gone CURTIS OOVER Crab Orchard Ky The last place of your departed by of a Let It be and of of of In 1191 for now for Its for etc use my see my for all tho are aro of DRUGGIST STANFORDr LANDRETHS II GARDEN V Officers 3 t HOOKER Prest IT nAIl Rill V Pre J1 MCBOBEIITS onr W II WEAUENAstdir Dlrotor3tP Reid DanvilleaT Harris Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner U D Klmore Stanford II Baughman Stanford T P IIIII Stanford Jun Robinson Hubble J H Banghman Stanford J U Pettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 980000 continuouslyfor Have COST CASH SurreysPhaetons Monument exclusive A S irfton Officers H SHANKS President Ji B OWSLEY Cashier t W M BRIGHT Ant CashUr THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Aye St Louis JPKICJb Dentist Stanford Ky DHCOTT CwdtynuUdtag t Dr 0S Williams ti DENTISTIAll work guaranteed and prices rea Hustonvllle Ketuckyf r r JrsB 2 1001 you hate your tilled at our itoro wo can aure JOu that It will be ailed just at your dootc Tbat nono nut the purest aDd ben drug be need That it will be Oll ed only by a perioc That our are right and reaioc t able In every We Invlto you trade and assure you latli lu every way Dru Store Bonn to the wife of 0 a girl NIBS OAKS II Creek MRS CLBO spent seven days at Mt MRS Vio I5 reli lives at City U whb Miss In REV It D nranco lo last week Miss II the Fair at St bouts MR W L of St Lout II the guest of MRS KATE P wont to Lex Ington to spend aihort while was on yetlei day train bound lor Ala Mrs JOHN and too aro lo aad Part MRS W A sad Jarae are with ber at MRS of Somer set U Mrs Kittle King aL Crab Miss SARA went toI to visit Mr Dirk MR and mcr Miss Sadie of ore with Mn Misa ILA was down trot Crab the guest of Miss Anna Cook Mn SAM W of Jje was with hit broth er Mr Will DR AND MRS W S of were here with the tamp of W W Hay of Mitt Marie of this place la Sat Times THE D Ci will meet this with Mrs T J Potter A full It SnAP AND WEnD of Knox Yllle are their and Mr MC and Allli of this place won the meda in the piano duet at Miss MARY left Satur day for where she will Jolt a party and RO to the World Fair at St W wife nnd ton L will RO U to attend the pro MR W P JONES and wife of Deso to Mo ae with tho of Mr M Mill Sadie of Rock cattle was alto a visitor there ED Peter Straub Jr B8 J T Barre J H Wo ner and others went to ton yet to help a lot of Odd low HELM and Nor ton Fitch of Joi atnlno were hero with They aro two demo of crate AND of DrCORN of of that city wore the of Mleeel Solon and a of the Fork who the this year has boon that he has boon award ed a 1100 for In work the term his class Casoy News ON of health Eld E who has been with great success at VaI- l dosta Ga has been to give will to Lex up the Ho move thlll State and will engage In It Is a the pity that so Rood a U forced t to quit bill high WATCH THIS SPACE For Fourth of July Bargains Make it pay by picking up some goods at CUT PRICES in our store when you come to blow out the FOURTH Dont forget to LOOK on the REMNANT COUNTER too SEVERA1fCE SClIT STA1rFORD THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTAXFOIID KY WREN Preicrlptlo ordered locally qualified price Initance Prctcrtpllon faotioa Peonys PERSONALS Homer Wral OULORA vliltlng Gllbmi DROWN Vernon OWEN8 tUltlnR Junction STELLA McOLARY friend Mlddletboro MAUONY waiworklnRlc Doyle KATIE BEASLEY attcodln Worlds DBISRN MIIhbeeer Mulllot MILLKR Saturday Bunch DUCHANAN Montgomery Lirrm Colemao vltltlnc relatives Lexington TRHIHLE Plokett Trlbblo parent Maytvllle SAMUEL HIQUINS visiting Orchard DAUQIIMAN Owentboro yesterday Newman ASHLEY LILLARD Dinvlllo Iermolla Brown HOLDAM Orchard yesterday SEVERANCE Lexington Leader Severance DEAZLEY Lancaster Sunday- A SPLENDID picture Mahony appeared 1urdgys Louluvllle Tuesday afternoon attendance requested flOWAM ylilllnjr grandparent Judge Saufley MISSES VIRGINIA BOURNE Huffman contest Lancaster MOKOIIERTS LoultTlHe LoulMR CARPENTER George Carpenter Indianapolis today hibition convention family Mulllnt Martin WILKERSON Eubank Llvlne terday Initiate Pel- MESSRS MARRIOTT friends Sunday Jettamlne countys leading MISSES KATHERINE ADSAL Huttonvllle daughter Edward Alcorn Virginiaguests Taylor Wednesday Adjocato HENRY SPRAQOENS product section attended Vanderbilt University Informed scholarship proficiency during present County account continued Charles Powell preaching compelled mloUtrv ington insurance business Indeed preacher calling LOCALS TRY a load of Elmer Danham coa Pbono No 118 or call on him at Rowland DONr themepicolo Drlppln Spring Saturday A big time la ei petted WANTED A white urse a babl ilx month old Mrs John B Poitei Stanford GERANIUMS at Ho bile floe plant Otber bedding plant In propertied John Cbrliman THREE buggies for laic or trade and a good fresh milk cow for tale B D Carter Stanford FOR Thelittle ttororoo on Lancaster Street next door to It TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky Fort SALE Cottage oIAve room ball and nice veranda Largo bart etc Place must be told For partlo ulart tee L R Hughes Stanford MARES FOR SAL11 will have a carload of Kansas and Missouri mare at the shipping pent here on Saturday July Sod and Monday July 4th II you want tome good young mare be sure and tee tblt load E H Beazley agt Stanford Ky Miss CARR ofSomerset won the first prize In the elocutlonar nonteit at Lebanon Thursday night Mlit Cleaver of Lebanon won teconi sad Miss Fottelt ot Barditown third prize Miss Minnie Sine of this place did splendidly and many thought ihi was entitled to first prIze AT ONCE JAQOISENIIERRY chairman Danville Ky It In receipt ol the following from H B Spencer general manager of the Sontbern Railroad I take pleasure In advlilng you and other members of the commltte that this extension will be built aL once and the indication are that tbo actual work of construction will begli not later than the Art week In July THE reception given by Dr and Mrt Hugh Reid In honor of MI Mar Ieanin ton and Menr Welch Koch outer and John Owiley Reid Thunda evening proved a thoroughly enjoyable affair Many guettt were there am everybody had a good time The re treibmenu served were of a dollghtfu nature and were heartily partaken of The wee tma hours arrived before those present got their content to leave tho happy homo TILE Crab Orchard Fair catalogue II 10 tbo nand of the printer Secretary W D Wallln brought a portion of the opy down Friday and we will begin rork on U at once The catalogue wit ootaln or 75 pages and will be brim lull of liberal premiums and purse and well tel advertisement The fair date II July 27 28 29 end unless all signs tall those days will be about the big Ret ever teen In the East End Capital Vrlto to Secretary Wallln for cata loguet In about two week TUB Lexington Democrat of Friday contained the following concerning a Wet End citizen Prank Goodo of luitonvllle was arrested on South roadway on tho charge of lunacy Ho rat placed In Jail and will be given a trial He li sorely aflltcted with scrod ila and tome ono told him If ho would rink a good deal of turpentine would cure him of hit aflllctlon Ho noted on heir advice and poured It down When placed under arrest he was In to much dory that ho could not tit ttlll Ho rat alto under tbo Impression that It rat raining all the time and kept beg- RIDI for a gum coat to keep from get log wet Miss MARY gave a delight ful party to tome 50 of her friends at lor beautiful home Friday evening It wal Intqnded for a lawn party but the lementa Intcrferred and tho parlor lorohot and halls were used instead Tho evening proved none the lets enjoyable because of the lowering cloud aDd all went away feeling that It was Rood to have been there Toothsome refresh mens were served during the coning and nothing was left undoco bat would have added to the pleasure of the occasion Tbo young ladles resent from a distance were Misses Miller Richmond Ada Alcorn luitonyllle Mattlo Hays Rochester ndepondenco Mo Virginia True cart Sterling Kansas and M lee MI- nerva Embry Lexington FILL your coal house but get Elme Denbamt prices before you do SEE shine wo are now sell- Ing at OSc to close out George H Far rls Co- WANTED A woman to cook wash and Iron for a small family Will pay f2 per week J A Rice Marktbury Ky 2h R A STONE of Lancaster has laid his stock of groceries to Joe E Novlu and Charlie Zinone both exStanfor boys T C BALL bat moved hit stock of goods Into hit new store room and Ie better then ever prepared to give tbe public bargains THE colored institute be gao at the colored Baptist cburch yet terday Prof Wllllami of Covlngton It conducting It COL R G EVANS asbeen made chairman of the democratic count committee of Boyle county to tuccee Reed S Nichols WILL hereto the 4th of July celebration l If you know a good blnll you certainly will Remember ever thing will be free Tug theChristian churc will serve Icce and cake In the vacan itore room next to Severance dnot on Monday next July 4th WANTED Good live man to act as agent for Metropolitan Life Insuranc Co Apply quick to J HToyBt Aiaph Hotel None but hustlers wanted YESTERDAY was a dull court day at Lancaster A small crowd was present and little or no business was contract ed If there was any cattle trading done we failed to bear of It IT takes 10 page of tbo Mlddletbor News to advertise the property to be told for taxes there July 11 The cost of the advertisement will be almost at much at the exMaglo City li worth BIRTHDAY PARTY Mill Josephine Carpenter celebrated her eighth birthday Friday evening by having a ball hundred or to of her little friends with her from 4 to 6 All of the guests brought presents and they will prove pleating remembrances to her In years U come JBSSE MCCARTY the bright little loa of Mr James M McCarty of Klngtvllle died Saturday and was burled In Lexington yesterday Rev J W Bugle of this place preached the funeral at Klngtvllle Sunday afternoon Jesse was six years old and was the Idol of hit fond parent WE take this opportunity to thank the people of Lincoln county for their very liberal patronage Raving die solved partnership we would now ap predate a settlement of all account due ut Our books can be found at W H Higgins and W B McKinney la there ready to square your account Very truly Hlgglot k McKinney MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Miss Bessie Lane tad Mr Hernian Charles Roehrs was olemnlzed Rev Vaugbt oQlclatlng Tbe marriage came at a completo cur rise to tho many friends of the bride sod groom as all the arrangement lad been kept a profound lecrot Ad ocato A Maytvlllo dispatch says Jcssu Jorford aged 16 and Miss Tempo Irandonburg aged 14 both of Breath tt county arrived here and applied o County Clerk Wood for license to marry He very promptly refuted It- They left for West Union 0 where they made another attempt The outhful couple bad been breo days and nights stopping at lev ral place and for a license to marry each time being refused CHURCH MATTERS Rev Robert Coylo retiring modera orof the general assembly of the resbyterlan Church in the United States Is a eon of a blaokimUh and worked his way up through college with his own hands A great Christian temperance work II carried on In England In the Roval Sailors Rests No tower than 0053 hedged were recorded during the year md of these 2018 wore secured by tea mea themselves on their respective hips ICorooer OGonnan who has handled most of the bodies of the pOeonlaJ1and LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W H Brown bougnt recently a 101 of hogs at 4c I desire to soil the standing ttmoth on 45 acres of meadow Mr Cllfto Fowler Good family horse for sale Womo and children can drive him J C Hemphlll Lancaster Ky W U McHargue sold the place known ai the county farm to Reubei Faulkner for 12700 Somerset Jour eat R H Crow told recently lOcowtan calves afan average of la5 and 62 160 pound hogs to John Johnson of Boyle at4c Hermit and hit dam once sold lor 1176 Woodion winner of second move In the American Derby pulled a road carl last Winter FOR SALE Thoroughbred Dime Berkshire hogs Southdown and billb grade sheep of both sexes John Steel Carpenter Hustonvllle Ky A stray red heifer about IJyearsold dehorned camo to my place last March Owner can get tame by paying for ber keep and this notice Mrt M J Ask lock Gilberts Creek Irish Lad captured the Advanc Stakes at Sheepahcad Bay making new world record of 217 35 for thi distance one and three eighth relict Ort Well was second and Bryn Maw third The Picket was Interfere with and finished last Colonial Girl won the World Fat Handicap at St Louts Hermit thi favorite finished second three length back and Mobarlb was third Tbi time was 2001 The race was wortt 141500 to the winner The track wai about sir seconds slow FOR FANCY GROCERIES candles Fruit Etc can on E Payne rab Orchard Ky Cardy made dally Ice and fresh meat alway on han- dEVERYODY IS NOT ATAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring buiines all my lire I feel confident in saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firm in the country With my experience In taking measures and dlrecton I give your clothes are bound to be iitiifictor as my many patrons in this line will beai me out My prices are the same ai Inex perienced men who are in the bniinead a nice line of fancy chevlo and other suitings I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank ing you for past favor I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor Administrators Sale I Ai administrator ot the estate of W Q Welch deceased I will offer for alo before the courthouse door In Stan ford Ky on SATURDAY JULY 2 1904 Beginning at 10 oclock x tbe following property I thare of stock 110 In Grab Orchard Fair k Racing Aiioclatlpni 5 shares of stock 1100 per share In Orchard Hanking Oo ISO share stock ft per share In Green River Development Ooi 840 bare cock fI per share In Swan Lake 011 Co S iharei stock 110 per hare In Stanford Oil Qai Developing Co i 10 share stock SIC per share In Home Oil Co 20 hares stack 10 00 per share In The Central Oil Gat li Mining 10 shares stock 10 00 per share In Hutching 011 Gas Co 180 hares stock 10 00 per hare In Beaver Oreek 011 Gas Co Also a few second hand law books Termi 5 00 or under caih exceeding that turn 3 months credit good security note negotiable and payable In National Hank Stanford Ky M O SAUFLEY Admr Administrators Sale Ai administrator of tho estate of J Colter deceased I will offer for tale and With the consent of Joseph Coffey their en tire farm of 309 acres of as good land a1 In the county with residence and all uecei ary outbuildings 3 good barns 2 of tbem- nry large good fencing plenty of stock rater all In grass except about 80 acres The farm lays well on tho Hustouvllle and Innvllio In good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on 0 Road If not sold More the 8th of September will then be old to the highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal property consisting of hay off of 81 acres millet seed off of crew wheat off of acres corn off of 11 eras 3 good work mules yearling mule 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder machines disc harrow as good as new fertilizer wheat drill corn plant u2 Oliver Chill plow N0201 corn iholl er 2 A harrows hay hater In order 3 two horse wagons 2 hay frames one half Inter In 8 acres of tobacco 80 to 100 bushels of orchard grave seed 18000 tobacco sticks ome old corn I buggy and harness I sad- Ie bridle and blanket locust posts for tiro fence 100 white oak posts for post rill enco locust poets for post rail fence double barrel shot gun gold watch ill rer watch I farm roller 35 hemp brakes 2 ultlratora 2 double shovel plows Any ono lslrlcg to see the place can call on me or oseph Ooffey on the place and we will show hem with pleasure Sale will begin at 0 jclock shar- pTauuaThe farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two year tlmo with lien retained on land W A Corny Admr TOM EKCLIBH Auc awrsy l Special Sale 100 Suits I Good FabricsDesirable Patterns tetrsssoass These suite have been called from regular stock and put on special sale because In somep atterns we have only one suitin none more than three We desire to get stock free from odds and ends These PRICES should move them 115 Suits for fO 50 112 Suits for 18 110 Suite tor18 50 and 17 tS Suits for IS Some tlO Suits as low as to Buy Early And Get The Pick W k W CUMfllNSMCLARY nOT WEATHER GOODS 0 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 4thOFJULYAT Given by tho Maccabees of Lincoln county Everybody invited Maccabee Horseback Parade Speeches by Col T P Hill Judge J P Bailey Hon R C Warren Hon J S Owsley and Others Foot Races Sack Races Potato Races Pole Vaulting Fat Mans Race and Other Amusements flSipFiro Works at Night Be sure to remain for the magnificent Pyrotechnic Display Puffing Our Cigars aaatrst We have the exclusive sale of The Owl Brand Arthurettes Bupremas and 1erklni Rms Havana each S cents Also Oen Arthur the 10cent cigar From these choice brand and many other that we have yon surely can find what you like We take very great care of our Olgar Case and try to have each Cigar not too dry or not too moist but Just right to smoke Now when you want n good smoke a delightful tnokc go to PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford 4THE NNIE- ntered n the pOdoflu at Stanford as- mafkr- 11YyySslsodTtaot 0esyoaxsdFs2dwp0- t 11 PER YEAR CASH e rn when not lopaidS2O0 will bullafltd KNOXVILLE DIVISION NmlaMM IOt p m 14 Train going II ISOa0jS ojj n ii SouthM12n 1m No ISII II p m NEW LIVERY STABLE II w1BUUZ k uN Pratt JUNCTION CITY KY JMrttOlass at Reasonable Bates Special uts to Traveling Men Drain and Hay For Sain I JeN 100NE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on as on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goat Jesse W Sweeney FBOPBIETOR Livery Fool and Solo StAble Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Qafl Traylor DCALXR 19 WHisk Brandu Wines Beer dears Etc I Carpenter House aloe to STANFORD KY PromptAnd illte attention Nothing but the bet to order repel e drink phone cr telegraph prompt attention FOR SALEI Ten acre of land a twostory front seven room cottage The Is new Asplen orchards There Is a luge thdamIs economy In running a splendid buslnees Is In good repair hlo all neCelSl outballdIDgs The owners only reason for the rush of other business as he has extenlveI farming Interests to look after This property is on the tiaDglDg Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a For further particulars 80 Ky or ThurmondfCO Stanford KT LUTES BOONS G CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do to see us We have a number of sine Lincoln and adjoining county for sale and will be to show any on what have If you U In our hands Stable Stanford Ky RIB Miiiiony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In e counties of fncoln and Cawy who mar be seeking in surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best Old Line Corn represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phonee- wStanford Kentu- ckyHEALTH I keephonethegamilybeat ot result I tie not had a lenrthofalways ready to make a person well and bapp JoUlES lLUL Jacksonville JlL Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the liver weak ened kidn- eysNo DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyearsThedfords Black Draught cures bilious ness Leadachesdiarrhoa ailmentbecauseliver and so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS BLACK DRAUGBTe- a HAIR A BALSAM bait1romocoINever Tail to Bettor Qry orcona j t LUMBER WANTED I headlDgslumberprice at Moreland D II O Peyton J L Beazley it CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers aLSODaULBialll 1Farulturo1111IattlingsIRugsThey kinds of Stork a call Fricea right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ cC1MY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearIn BABNESS SADDLDTIO Stanford Ky Contra Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO Stanford KY countyKytodate In every particular and good dwell log with Improvements and 20 acres of fine land close to Southern railroad Price 89 000 CllyrutiDInice youog orchard and ou of tee hat grape hat Don In JLlltueky Tarty told 2O0poMade o goalClose 111e placeleavingroom house and orange peaches pears plums grapes all bearing and 8 acres on other tide with 6 room one storp house or anges peaches pears plum grapes bear Ing for or the acres for 11800 and the 5 acres for 11100 A Bullltt county Ky farm of 100 ac with good 2story house metal roof barns water etc UOQHIIof timber that will make ties staves barrel timber Ground onlySCOOlit acres K mile Bardstown Junction Btillltt 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 orchard three room tenant house Is a beautiful farm and productive cheap tor 93300 12000 cash In one two and three years 122 acres three miles of Wllllsburg Washington county Ky 118 acres cultivated acres In beech timber well cistern springs orchard 1J4 story six room frame house veranda cellar barn cribs wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm This Is a good farm worth the money 82300 11230 cash balance one and two years 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acres cultivated about 123 In timber and grass and about 130 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 gleer the place twice over A large part is fenced There are four dwellings of t rooms each and one store of two stories with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc tor 2200 One haIr cash MlulssipplThereopportunities for profitable Investment as the MKilt slppi Delta which If now fitly described as Pros perity Valley The Umber Is becoming more valu soplfromputchasesavlcullural Inthegives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low Ihe title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land isdl vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to acres to Ihe tract and prices from 18 per acre to per acre according to location etc are authorized by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we offer these tracts sub changeinenoughfor11000 acres of this land has been sold by the Corn parIculrscountyKypowerthetodate reller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine of 7 years run H acres with the mill including what Is with the house of S rooms All for 88230 or 83 cashOaCentral Kentucky Beal Estate TltleOo Stanford Ky A Good Game In forwarding money for his paper Mr R E Gaines formerly of this county but now of Duncan IT encloses the following One of our Kentucky exchanges has discovered a new and game and gives explicit instructions to those who would play the game Doubtless U will prove very popular through the summer months popular at least with the editor who takes part In It as he Is often entirely forgotten at this season of the year The directions are Take an ordinary envelope and a piece of writing paper upon which Is wrlten your name and address Tear out of your check book a bank note upon which Inscribe figures sufllclently large enough to pay up all arrearages and one year In advance Hand or man this little package to the editor and It ho smiles the trick Is played The game Is easy and anybody can play It successfully Instead of a bank note a postoffice money order or currency of the land wllldo jueUI well Every time you play the game success fully you win a point which Is counted In your favor in a little book kept by your opponent The game can be played at any time by anybody Spring and summer weather Is said to conduce wonderfully to Its success There Is no patent on It Suppose you try It just for fun PREACHERSVILLE John Rlgsby has the finest corn In this section some most waist high Mrs James Elmore of Jelllco is visiting her mother Mrs E Foley Miss Nannie Carmlcal was with Miss Carrie Thompson Rev Jordan with Rev Chatham of Brooksvllle will hold a protracted meeting at the M E Church at this place about the 10 of July Rev Chat ham Is said to be a moat excellent di vineGeo Colson bought some corn of J C Horton at 13 J M Cress bought of JC Horton 35 barrels of corn at 83 All the boys at this place who having failed to lure the big carp from the depths of Big Pond felt sadly at never a nibble But Ramon Cox who lays no claim to being a fisherman killed one with a hoe while he was resting which weighed 91 pounds This Is not a fish yarn NOT A PATENT MEDICINE Hyomel the Guaranteed Ca tarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No one should confound Ilromei with patent medicines that are advertised to cure catarrh It is as far superior to them all as the diamond is more valuable than cheap glass Their composition Is secret bat Hyomel gives its formula to all reputable physicians Is it not foolish to try and cure catarrh by swallowing tablets or liquids The only natural way to cure this disease and all other diseases of the respiratory or- t gins is to breathe Ilyomei This treatment has been so successful curing 09 per cent of all who have used It that Hyomel is now sold by Penny un der an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure You run no risk whatever in buying Ilyomei If it didnot possess unusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan rteWhat might thlm be she asked touching one of them cautiously Grapefruit returned Mrs Will rams They were sent to me from California where Mr Williams hat an orange grove Sure Ive heard that they grow fine fruit in Caloforny said Mrs Donnel ly approvingly Look at thlm there maam I can well believe It but sure darllnt If the grapes are size of that where in the wurld do they find room 6to grow any pumpkins 4 Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorvllle Va 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 me Equally effective In curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Penny Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 60e and gl That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Oply 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by Penny Druggist To the Worlds Fair via Queen S RailwaytSoutheast For Information address W C Rlneareon G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Property worth upward of 8300000 was destroyed by fire in the lumber district of Cleveland O Considerable damage was done by a cycloalc storm ID and around Versailles and Midway 1SltliaelpemweaAyedwr WAYNESBURG 0 C Gooch li having bis storehouse paintedJordan S Stergeon ol Buck Creek sold to K E Borton a poplar tree fo- rIi The Reynolds Co paid Mr Gorton 83003 for the tree delivered at Way nosburg Revel Oooob Is up after an attack of fever Dr L Q Singleton Is back from Buroslde where be has been practic lag his profession S H Goocb wife and daughter Etta will attend com mencement exercises at the Hospital College Louisville They leave to day The trustees of the Wavnesburg school are talking of a better location and an uptodate building Why not have a 10 months school The Q C would pay most of the expenses By the way we havnt anyone to teach the next school term Will some flrstolasi teacher please apply Dr T H Singleton our hustling lumber dealer has gone to Pulaikl Mrs Singleton and Van are visiting at Science Hill Miss Doshlo Goocb mil liner and dressmaker Is talking of leaving ue We regret to give her up We will miss her not only In business but her kind and pleasant disposition also To Tho Voters or the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit Judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the State history and at a most critical time As Judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever 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 II left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oQIce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CA TRILL Chamberlains Stomach and LI ver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Truhart Vs says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him moro good than anything he could get from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound medicine that would pro duce such gratifying results in CUtS of stomach troubles biliousness or cunitlpa tlon his whole time would be used In preparing this one medicine For sale by W N Craig First Bostonlan Bave you observed that Mr Cleveland says under no clr cumstances woald I take the nomina tionSecond Bostonlan Yes He meant of cour e In no circumstances It It Is mortifying to be under the constant necessity of correcting Mr Clevelands rhetoric Mr Nancy Muse widow of Gllmoro Muse at one time a prominent and welltodo farmer of Pulaskl Is dead The Peruvian transport steamer Am azonas was wrecked on the Amazon rlfer and 23 lives were lost A call has been Issued fortbeTrans Mississippi Commercial Congress to be held September 10 17 For sick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by W N Craig rB8 LGXIDGTOn D8mOlJ Llr Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It ireapeclally devoted to the Interests of CD the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor WI P Walton Editor F Pror Lexington Ky TRY A PAIR OF OUR U i SHEARSC COD 1 Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky oUH acre ot nnlBproTeJ lend In Jroa rount S mlle lretn cabala Sutton on Iroa Nouotaln routs Will Nil or tehange Irproperty In Lincoln county fo Small firm Slums Smile trout bUn ford HouMOt fourfooJ rooms but porch end I tertnJa food bar set other building In txxl Out tests BeM wll fencwl ae acre la ulllTstten one acre In fruit trees rest In gras- snonghlateemalaloaaaulat barftln an eaD be toW at Urt ln Qme to II and cnureb Price iM per oee Land adjoining sold fur I Wand fU ThlaUabtrxtln Na4tMacrMoodlaad Tvn itory Ia room ilwtlltBf barn tmoke b Whet paula rrue allnd IDol bellllsp la grow e II ion 1rict000 No ISSeten room dwelllBr tool cellar ted SI ten laixl hrerfalUg wellsdprtnjForeleg and otUbulMlon In ricMtotown Wilt tall a imall larally No M SSM seraslcoil and MmWrlaad loea ed In Terry ea nlrKyoeUrtp Vine Creek e trllwurv of the ol Kentueky riser tour sells coal rarflnf In tbteknet tam tat to six feel lllw BtTlnabU the mouth shove creek A rallioaj txrr ere1 wllhlo tbra miles f ail propertr I be timber eooibti N oak ate TIU perfect Will eels or xrbaage on sail tIrma Ne 5LA nlM twoitery etjht room inure dwelllnc la tHtnford liu two halls gaolrikr with ftar 1Ia veil In negro eahln en which ante Ie pee awath Tbo dwrtlloct reIIande pf s bbaughlbr rtr la la cowl hi IIIW NUKar ut 878 acm pl Wlttera land In IJopo4n inly Two terproomgteneraWenro a tenant houses bun rooraforortr lee head ol stock and all other necessary outdalUlnp all IB mall a to tbunh school ptedla railroad and In good uetghirboud 400 sera U eulllratton rat gnu and timber tie Tbta U an dial country hew u all ooniinliaref on plat ealaito Wll waUred with II never uiing- priogsetc rrlr teatonaM No 81Nlttenttap 1 arm land within i3 mile ol Stanford la root repair f nt4g nod erlaillnc well and gOd cellar aloud Urn 98x11 smoke huuJa Young orchard and fln Tin yard tlpIendld place to rata garden prodacs to supply the town l200 No Sl90 sen of land on tolls from Sotnenxt Kyeullnaven field forty arm In cnltl ra tion 40 acre pesters balance In timber Itwrll log contains seven room Large bar and all net naary outbuilding DlDdbulldlaltllllpllI did nptr Welt watered lrtt S1OO No 2ISO acre of tied In Ford count Xaa six mile from railroad and i she from Arkantaa river MTntr acnflaad Is rivet bottom la flntclati land god In graaa Till land la for sall or axcbanic No 41 A farm of 100 lena la Lincoln county Tbre good dwellings 1 good bans aid other outbuilding each hon barn etc stout the center of 100 acre All on county road t mUt from church school and lays well and well watered Thla U a good tobacco farm and would suit two or tbn f mule that might want to com from the earn neighborhood 1rlc reaaonabl No 69 Twoetorr frau dwelling of six room two hall rand 0111 at door and all other blacksmithnecur7hop and ihedi feet wlds Till property will hi sold at a very low prim No VA farm of aero four mile from Stan beet pike In the well watered fencing loot dwelling fronts pike all nrcMcarr ouOOlldlll A splendid blu gram term and only 20 minutes 4rh from county teat Owner nf hoe arm adjoining this hu recently refuted U Mr scve ollr tbl at fl7 O- No MKlfly germ nor Pleaaant folnt Ky Prime bow S room and Barn and other outbuilding acre In cultivation trot In tim ber Wall wtrd yards from pottofflccnoal and church lay well on pike and In good com munllj 1rCIt id0- No lhoua and lot In Sarordllu roomlhall porch In tb rear good garden good neighborhood dote to churches aad school Uood lor mall fam ily rrlcalSSO No SlIoUM and lot In Stanford HOUM con ales lire room Hood stabee and S acre of land will fenced On of pnuleet building 10ID town room enough In front for two other cottage or story front could bo built to the cottage and bo made a beautiful home Will be told cheap u the owner mut hays money No Dwelling otelx room hall and porch necceuary outbuildings and garden AltO large two tor ro 23x60 feel lower room supplied withcoulershelveetc Water In dwellloc and storeroom also cittern and well on Small lot llulldlngainand nore our 11200 Will tell both for ISM or separatelyNo mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 room two tenant house two barn I wellalld iprlng near dwelling Farm In high lata ol cultivation sties river bottom lend rood fencing huh etc tire 13760 an acre No Two itory seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom 20x60 two lilKkimllh shops tenant house table crib and ware haass y building new and fencing In flnibape Allot the property In lluitontllle Kysolwewill sell It U a whole or tell eub place Well at each table and cistern al house For price addle the stare named see rotary No 72 lock of goods for tale Thl Is the bat busmen sled snd the nlcwt and mul carefully selected stock of goods In Central Kentucky A splendid trade II Llllcoin and adjoining countlr we toll this for root and carriage and if you want taro In budneayou cannot aDieu stock letter or letter trade In the particular line outride of the titles welllmprovdid acie of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle 100 acres In cultivation about j acres In tlmbr and rest In grass A large new frame dwell ing also an old dweillnr on place A new barn and two old ones It Is well watered and the fencing 11 good On public road Price to coo toryIxwore in kitchen and family room Uood barn = It =0 sod all aeeemary evtlMUdlwft Hare well feared arid a good repel Nose aWaetml MM ant is fwnpartUrely new ad wcofliy ask tM br the whole property No M Farm el III acts In Catey dory frame dwelling two good Urn another oatbulldlng In gout repair fepUadkl toWera lioOONnew two story S room rise dwelllic aaj cldwelling In r co dlUn Harm and other oat laIstrew nwie l ri ft StanMNla paiture good onhardi aD rat IB timber Two mall eatugea good tats ad oulbnldlBg veil watered cad leoetag fairly good 17e un i ladlaDaroUWaYDrcDlIaIad In good repair Product Hme sane land lagoodvkbraoodlo U Mbool and an good road PrtetlNO KyOasdonehiltgood burn aad OIlier outbuilding Sixty aerala etalayabed eta l riN ooly 4N OrtIIardbp tnrwhosebd Mwit Ie well waleod buadlet aajf fear PrtciflHONo 1sTea sal OIIhall sass of land Mee two toy seven ram fian dveMoc Sian seam a by r ui room II by i Gael ware nom net flare IIIsUIfar reemvWell inAssetFomofl2demnar Ilrodbead Nice IIfaeCDCwell waured Will Mil fir 11200 or uehuCl rut property In Uocola county No 4Twottory tram dwelling room and f ennd Uood garden fencing and house nNgood repair For tale or rent Price rwuontbl Lingoc111ela gr M well watered two rood bama and other tODlparaUuIyschool paetodlce C depot Property bee on oIN1nbltarmlalot n 400 or la parcels of not iar than 10 UrH to lull punhtter This II certainly cheap property Thlebreatonable No SI Dwelling of room with 20 acre Und la lloreland stood barn end ne tary lop 2 welts In yard splendid orchard and t umtIn PrlcaSjOONoor excbang lias all necessary Improrementa well watered Ac Will sold at a bargain partleulaneb ng4 Title Co WaysaburgK1 byneverfcKlnsaeend well watered Will sell thli place on easy tans twotorttb lUburU of the city ol Stanford close to traded bowslric olandrepairlrice rotlaggarden and splendid orchard ol IW acres tensing good two stable burn boute imot etc v A good well on Iten II alto a good will oa the netllowlIurdwellingfourfivefieldVSariseInthmhalfmlleiromturnpike We offer this for only 130 per acts No 28 Frame hotel large room double verse du hallway Etc A large 2 story atorerooui ultablpapered and painted room and veranda each A on same lot used II limy stable Cool 200feetWODrloprlelormouth Ou account wife onl ueliDCforNo 41430 acre nor Jumbo 200 acres In cultl ttlon rat In timber Six dwelling on place fire if them new two tobacco burns and large stocktbarn blacksmith shop table etc Young Streams run through pace On county road and gooyarderrom school church and In good neighborhood soil or exchange at reasonable 5gurea lakltcbngarden IrlcatCOO landlocatedNo 76 lloutt and lot In OartUown house his 1 largebangood repair Price 650f