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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 11 VOL xxxn J STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 1 1904 8 A M NO 36 q LAND STOCK CROPS ETC The State Board of Equalization ac cepted RoclccMlle countys aiieitmeDt I desire to toll the slaodln R timothy pn 45 acre of meadow Mu Clifton Fowler Good family bono for sale Women and children can drive him J 0 n Hempblll Lancaster Ky 1 Harry Moody of Eminence hat sold to Eastern parties a handsome prlr o f v r black thow horses for 2500 Rue it Curry sold for J F Archer of Burgle his farm of 20H acres for 116760 equal tocaibtoElwood White neck AM Pence found the steer be ad vertlied at lost but found him In a 1IIDk hole Advertising will find them or alive FOR SALE Thoroughbred Black Oerkiblre bogs Southdown and high Trade sheep of both sexes John Steele Carpenter Ouilonvllle Ky Anderson Spllman the local mill ore have bought about 1000 acres of wheat at 80 cents per bushel delivered at their mill near the depot Advo cate Belle Air II the beautiful country home of lion Leslie Combs on tbe Walnut Dill pike nine miles from Lex Ington consisting of upward of 600 acres of meadow woodland and culti vated ground has been leased by James B Haggle as an annex to Blmendorf with a view to using It largely for pass turage According to the governments report for tbe put week much damage was done In tbe extreme Northwestern State by frosts Halo Is badly needed r In tbe Ohio valley Wheat harvesting has made good progress In the middle States The oats crop Is promising Cotton Is small but healthy and well oul tat d and will come out with reasonS able rain Tobaooo Is making a good start In all sections At Louisville Joseph Landauer of Missouri sold 500 mesh fed cattle to the beet trust at 6ie The sale was made to Louis Pfeltzer and Tom Goss of Louisville The cattle were shipped to the various packing plants of the trusts In Chicago Kansas City Omaha and other cities The 600 cattle weigh ed 640000 pounds an average of 1300 pounds They were all fed at the die tlllerles around Louisville anrt were probably among the best that have been shipped from tbe State this rear Our President At 4 A M he shoots a bear At 8 be schools a restive horse From 10 to 4 be takes the air tie doesnt take It all of course And then at 5 oclock maybe Some colored man drops In to tea At intervals throughout the day Oe springs around the house or If OIl residence liOyster Day Be races up and down tbe ells While scagullsscrearaaround hliioill Or hasten homo to hide their eggs In martial exploits ho delights And has no fear of wars alarms tt Tbe hero of ft hundred tight Since first be was a child In arms Like battle bOric when bugles bray nochampt his bltandtrlestonelgh Metropolitan Magazine Ono Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have I believe told 50 boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets on the recommendation of one lady here who Ont bought a box of them about a year ago She never tires of telling her neighbors and friends about the goodquaUllea of these TabletP SI Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladles everywhere For Sale by all drug gistThe tooyear old victim of a negro flood was made to put tbe rope over bis bead and lead the hone from under him to dangle from alimb threeLLwomen upon tempted assault wore Interested wit nesses Such brutal performances can only result In bringing the law Into further disrespect and having a do grading effect on all concerned Coy Vardeman has made some reputation dealing with mobs Let him use evorv effort to wlpo this last disgrace from the state Lexington Democrat Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made Is Dr Kings Now Life Tills These pills change weak ness Into strength listlcsaness Into ener gy brain fag Into mental power Theyre wonderful In building up the health Only 25o per box Bold by G L Penny Miss Oldglrl seethe anxious to con ceal her alto Yes tibo claims to be afraid of the croup When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For Sale by all druggists l h Dripping Springs Today I amlouKtng out upon scenes around old Dripping Springs that greeted my eyes tome 45 years ago The same old eternal hills keep watch over the valley and the spring with Its brook goes on forever Many an eye has been dimmed since last 1 Us toned to the gurgling sound of this cool refreshing water and of the large crowd hero today the faces familiar Iq boyhood days can be counted on the flagons of one hand Nevertheless we are all happy and I have never seen a party enjoy Itself mora at Old Drip ping than tbe present one Mine host Spears Fisher was taken br surprise and declared It was the happiest day of his life and that the enemy was ours and to do as we liked with him At a wedding nearly 40 years ago I saw the bridegroom fall on Spears neck and kiss him and I thought he was enrapt ured because It was not the bride and I have seen his eye sparkle when Dr Doorcs figured that be was the heir to the Immense Fisher estate In Europe Butlta all vanity If not vexation to compare It with his feelings today mixing and mingling with his 80 or 100 Lincoln and Garrard county friends It would take too much paco to attempt to give a list of those present but when Old Dripping looks over tbe roster and sees tbe many names from Crab Orch ard Walnut Flat Stanford Bubble Lancaster Preachersvllle and other places It shows the aptitude of Mr Fisher for the place when without a moments warning he could accommo date a party so large and make young and old feel at home and enjoy them solve so well The time sped so rap Idly with me that I was surprised at tbe announcement of dinner The din ing room was thronged and Spears made a short but touching speech and called on J F Holtzclaw to return thanks to tbe Dispenser of all good for the social and other blessings of tbe day who responded In a very Impres sive manner as It seemed to be a reun ion of friends tbat may never moot again at Old Dripping Springs As 1 sit under the sycamore tree tbat shel tered me when a boy and see the ladles with ferns fresh from the hillsides and waving good bye as they file slowly sway I wobder When shall we greet again t J C KINO Fourth of July Picnic Everybody with the least bit of pa triotism In their make up will spend the Fourth In some pleasant and pa triotic way and will want to do so at some pleasant place To our mind there will be no bettor place than Oak Grove mile west of Yosemite Casey county Jones Jr Kelsay the manager have built a 00foot amphitheatre and tbat with the dense and beautiful shade will be suftolent Zo accommodate at least 5000 people Tbe program Is a splendid one consisting of a number of exciting contests The pig race Is cre ting more excitement just now than anything else Only persons ol 40years or over will be allowed to chase the pig and a number of persons have signified tnelr intention of entering the contest lbllli tbe third entertain meat of the kind held there and the coming one promises to be the beet The managers Invite everybody to come bring their dinners stay all day and have the best time of their lives JONES d KELSAY Fred Joe an old resident of Plqua 0 has a Luther Bible which Is said to be fortynine years older than the one John D Rockefeller may buy In Crip ple Creek for 13000 The Bible was found In an old trunk recently It Is bound In dark leather and Is about eight by ten Inches square The title page states It was compiled by Dr Job ann Prettens head preacher and Inspector of schools In Naumburg In 1091 Tbe book was bound by Sebastian Gabel In Scbleswlngen In 1694 Mr Josso also has another Luther Bible dated 1700 printed In Tueblngen with a preface by Berr Christopher Matta hat Patrons Both volumes are be loved to be genuine No Pity Shown For years fatowas after mo continu uily writes F A Gulledge Verbena Alafll had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed lucklona Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and palm Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store The body of asiyllsbly dressed young woman who evidently had been mur dared was found In the Mississippi rlv a t St Paul MinD Dan Emmett the old time minstrel and famous as the composer of Dixie Is dead at Mt Vernon 0 aged 86 Lewis Hood has resigned as super dlIvlalonLondon for 13500 I r = j NEWS NOTES Tbe W G Barrett Saddlery Compa oy of Louisville has assigned Judge James Bangle bad his shoulder bone broken by his horse falling with him at Jackson At Madison lad Chance Cardlna shot and killed Isaac Walnscott The two had been enemies and were but 20 years old The funeral of lion James A Mc Kenzie took place at Bowling Green and the body was deposited In tbe fam fly vault Baron von Sternberg German Am bassador will deliver tbe commence ment address at the University of the South Sewanee Teen Michael T Roach a gifted violinist died at Hempstead L I from heart trouble brought on bv excessive play log on his Stradlvarlus Thirtythree laborers were killed In a rush for safety following tbe unex pected Hushing of a mammoth Intake pipe near Kingston Jamaica Geo D Mitchell of Paris one of the boss known newspaper men In Central Kentucky dledat St Joseph Hospit al Lexington after a long Illness Police Judge Riley of Lexington ordered a 14yearold boy whipped for destroying property The boys father and brother gave him 25 lashes each Chicago authorities have closed tbe Manhattan Exchange II Bank II which they alleged sheltered a profitable lottery business Prominent men are un der arrest Irvin Albrltton a prominent young man of Mayfleldj fell from a steamboat near Paducab while returning from Cairo III with an excursion party and was drowned Tbe residence of Clay Johnson near Smiths Grove was struck by lightning and a 10yearold child killed while other members of the family were severely shocked Customs agents at New York made a rich baul of smuggled goods on a ship from tbe Orient Ship officers were surprised at the seizure and no one claims tbe goods Charles A Gutke of St Louis a former member of tbe House of Delegates has made a complete confession detailing the plan bn which legislation was sold by members of tbat body Former Mayor Henry T Duncan of Lexington has been Indicted by tbe grand jury on the charge of criminal libel for alleged statements made against Auditor L E Pierce of Fay Otto county The question vender was again In ev idence at the recent Cumberland Coun ty Teachers examination held at Burkesvllle and as a result no certifi cates will be granted by the Board of Examination Walker B Bines has resigned as first vice president the L S N to take effect July 15 He will enter the practice of law becoming a member of the firm which bas been Humphrey Bur nett k Humphrey Walter Scott on his way to his home in New York says he was robbed of 112000 In gold acquired In the Kon dike while on a sleeping oar between Plttsburg and Harrisburg Pa Chief of Police Westbrook assaulted the Rev Mr Brongbton of the Bap list church with a cowhide In a barber shop at Albany Ga In a powerful sermon the minister Is alleged to have branded Westbrook as a drunkard State Insurance Commissioner Frew Itt has completed the annual report of the Life Insurance Department Mr Prewltt says his efforts to stop rebating In the State have been effective and that tbe evil will be abated within a short time Frank Henry Burneu one oftbe most remarkable prisoners who ever occupied the death house at Sing Slog prison wont to his death In tbe elec tric chair Tuesday With a smile on his face he walked from his colt and seating himself In the chair assisted the men In adjusting the etrnps which were to bled him- Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobic of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried every thing known I came ncro a Electric Litters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured mo Just as good for Liver and Kidney troub lee and general debility Only SOc Satisfaction guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist The reason certain so called Ken tucklans who are a disgrace to the State Bro eo anxious that Taylor may bo kept In Indiana Is because he knows too much and might squeal If brought back to suffer for his Infamous crime Self preservation Is the first law of na sure and It therefore stands the scoun drels In hand who are anlDIt Durbin on the back to continue to boneyfug lla him Lexington PREACHERSVILLE Mr and Mrs J C King of Norman Okla have visited at W P White They will spend a few days at Somer sot before they return home Mr Ray and wife of Garrard are vlsltlnj at Leonard Naves John Naylor and wife visited at John B Anderson Quincy Carpenter of Madison Is visit lag at W H Cummins A good many Preaohersvllle people attended the King family reunion at Dripping Springs last Sunday It was a most enjoyable occasion and one to be long remembered About 80 people were present Including friends and connections The day was spent In pleasant conversation and the happy hours sped on all too quickly At the hour of dinner tbe ladles spread tbe bountiful supply of toothsome viands and deleotabledalntles which the large boxes contained on the tables In the dining room The next hour or so was spent In satisfying the Inner man and after the repast was over the crowd repaired to the cool verandas and quaffed tbe sparkling waters which have made Dripping Springs famous Some of the crowd enjoyed a climb to the heights aboya where they could view tbe beau tiful scenery scattered so profusely around by natures lavish hand When tbe shades of evening bad come tbe crowd relUQtantly took their departure Mr Spears Fisher Is spoken of most complimentary his many courtesies Some of those present were L 0 King of Bubble W C King of Gum Sulphur J C King and family Mr and Mrs George King of Preaubers vllle J F Holtzclaw J L Hutcblns and wife Jesse Traylor and wife W P White and family anc Mr and Mrs J T Blngaman Safeguard the Children Notwithstanaing all that Is done by boards of health and charitably Inclined persons the death rate among small children is very high during the hot weather of summer months in tho largo cities There is not probably one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be cured by the timely of Chamberlains Colic Cholera uleI Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank of FranklinTllle N Y in speaking of this remedy said I have found It expedient to have a supply of Iains Colic Cholera and ChamberI edy on hand It has been safeguard and while especially beneficial to children it is equally good in adult cues recommend it cheerfully and without reservation For sale by all druggists 1 would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexan drla Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough fright fuly atd spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 8100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured 010 and I gained 53 pounds Its abso lutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 60o and 8100 Trial bottles free at Pennys drug store- S I Considerable change bas been made In the statue of Gov Goebel which has been In tbo marble yards of William Adams Son at Lexington since Ui Inspection Signor Morrettl bas been making changes in Us appearance to conform more to the idea of the commission and lothatof Arthur Goebel and hopes to be able to get asatUfacto ry expression from the commission when It Is called to Inspect It again as will be done shortly In a letter to John G Wooley of Chicago which was made public fol lowing the arrival of New York dole gates In Indianapolis Gen Nelson A Mlles states that while tbe Prohibition nomination for the presidency would be an honor In his judgement It would not carry with It tbe opportunity for beneficial results which would ba his only reason for returning to official life Judge to old offender Have you anything to say Only this your honor It comforts me to know that one wise man on the bench can undo much of the mischief wrought by 12 idiots In the jury boXit The minimum sentence was passed by his honor The gasbag ol M Santos Dumonts big airship at the World Fair was cut and slashed In twenty places by some unknown person rendering It useless for tbe ascension scheduled for July 4 Five hundred houses were Inundated by a cloudburst near Pltteburg Pa and many families compelled to remain out of doors during tbe night The damage will reach 8100000 Some of the life Insurance companies and several of the largest storesln New York have begun a war on race track gambling among their employes Gen Kuropatkln Issued an order Insisting on the kindest and most humane treatment of Japanese prisoners and wounded j I Hot Weather Comforts t n I Homespun Suits f Low Shoes Straw Hats f We can show you a large variety of patterns and prices Come in and lookJsessss T D mILLER Danville KU THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from weH HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Harve Steward porter 1 9OOO Per mouth 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 pump to fit bucket pumps pitcher pumps roofing guttering and plumbing work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed Phone No 11C S He ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky DrufigistConfidencea Confidenceno fear of mistakes is what wo have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATERIALS are our stock in trade When you want thingsrdone right when you want pure drugs when you are tired s of taking chances come to us THe utmost care in every department tho best service and the best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This institution was originally established as the Bank of In 1S58 then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford tn 1885 and again reorganized uthe First National Baik of Stanford in 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It li better with facilities for transact ingbualneaa promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries fled Cir poratleas Solicited Offlc8rs J UOOKER PrestIS T UAnnte V J J MoROBERTS Ohr W U WEARENAIS Obr Directors B Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J S Docller Stanford K L Tanner Nclnlle D Elmore Stanford S D Baughman Stanford T P Stanford Ju Robinson Hubble J U Bauxbman Stanford StanfyrdSd tI 1 HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON R C WARREN of the Uncoln County Court li a candidate for Judge subject to the action of thel1emocratlC party THOMAS D NEWALND SR It a cmndlittt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tile action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD li a canaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tile action of the democrats party T JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to toe action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN k a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS ll a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tto action tit the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to Ikt action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS h a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the oeiocratlc party W I HERRINt te a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of aeaocrauc party MEREDITH E PRUITT candidate tor Superintendent of Public Schools Is a of the demoof Uncoln County subject to rsttc party MISS KATE BOGLE I Couey of Public of the demo f Uncco subject to the action cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county bjet to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN candidate for Assessor ef Lincoln county tsub Iii to the action of the Denomtlc party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jed to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON II afcandAlatefor Assessor of Lincoln county sub JecVo of the democratic party E p KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Unto county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR II a candidate for county attorney of Uncoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party R U HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party ALTHOUGH a Congressman 60 years ago and 40 years ago a member of Jeff Davit cabinet and now the only surviv or the venerable Jonn H Reagan of Texas Is a delegate from the Siateat large to the St Louis convention In structed for Parker The wonderful preservation of the Confederate post master general seemi to Indicate that he bal indeed found the fabled foun Lain of perpetual youtbITUB unseating of the flelm delegates from Garrard and giving the county to Col Moore was a high bsnded piece of business and a travesty on justice The men who did it willegret it when they eee tbe Injury they have done the demo ocratic party Interest in party wel fare was certaloly not considered when the deal was made- CORTELYOD says he Is going to beI chairman of the republican national committee Inlfact as well as name ThisI Ie evidently a joke Everybody knows that like aljumptog jack he will only move when Roosevelt pulls the string POLITICAL Republican managers now admlttbat the Wisconsin split makes probable the defeat of their electoral ticket In that State In November Gov Beckhem has appointed Hon R B Bradley of Madlsonvllle ac judge of tbe Hopkins county court to succeed Judge G C Givens resigned It Is now said that even the congratulatory telegrams to Roosevelt were like all the other proceedings of the National convention prepared Jn ad vanceJohn Sharp Williams of Mississippi minority leader In Congress has been selected as the tempoary chairman of the coming Democratic National Convention The permanent chairman will probably come from a Northern State The democrats of Missouri In con vention at Joplin Indorsed Senator F M Cockrell for tbe precedential nomi nation Senator Stone Gov Dockery Congressman Clark and Congressman DeArmond were elected dolegatesat large to the national convention Congressman Jamea N Kehoe has been declared the democratic nominee In tbe ninth district no other candl date appearing tty a given time Mr Kenoe le a Itroog manta his district It je only when he branchel out after State offices tbat he catches it in the teck n uhsuawawr errrw + 100 BALLOTS AND NO NOMI NATION Looks Like a Dead Look at Shel byvllle The convention has taken 100 ballots with tbe same result each time Helm 29 Gilbert 35 and Moore 24 While It looks like a dead lock the Lincoln cot tingent at Shelbwllle is In good spit its and thinks that Mr Helm will be nominated beyond doubt The delegates to the Eighth District Congressional Convention assembled in Layson Ball at Sbobyvllle at 1 oclock Tuesday A brass band furnished plen ty of stirring music Executive Com mltteeman Fitch called tbe convention to order shortly after 1 oclock Shelby county placed John Holland In nom ination for temporary secretary Mer cer presented the name of John G Pul Ifara and Lincoln presented E C Wal tons name J A Sullivan of Madl son moyed that all three gentlemen act as secretaries and the motion was unanimously carried On the call of counties for nominations for temporary cfialrman Shelby county placed In nomination E H Hooverof Jessamine Mercer county presented the name of Judge B F Roach of Mercer Lin cola county was passed When Madi son was called Judge Jerry Sullivan of Madison seconded the nomination of Judge Roach As quick as a lubI Shelby county withdrew Mr Hoovers name and Judge Roach was elected temporary chairman The result was a victory for a combination made byI Moore and Helm Judge Roach took the platform and rapped for order He said he proposed to give tbe delegates the beet run for their money he couldThe usual method of allowing eachI county to name a member of the three commllteesiwas not observed but upon motion unanimously adopted Chair man Roach was authorized to appoint three committeemen for resolutions credentials and arganlzatlon He named them as follows each candidate be being represented on each committee by a ma- nCredentlalsW Vercon Richardson of Boyle Thomas Smiths of Madlsua Thomas Byara of Shelby Organization Jera Sullivan of Mad leon D Lee Curry of Mercer Edward Mon Joy of Anderson ResolutloneE B Hoover of Jessa mine R W Miller of Madison C R McDowell of Boyle After the appointment of the com mittees a recess until 230 oclock was taken and Lieut Goy Thome Judge Frank Peake Willard Mitchell and others entertained the delegates with speeches When tbe convention met at 230 an adjournment was made until 4 oclock At that hour It was reported that the committee on credentials was still not ready to report and an adjournment was made until 730 The committee had not yet completed Its labors and the convention again adjourned nntil 1030 Wednesday At 1045 Wednesday morning tbe conven tion was called to order and it was announced that the credentials committee would report Mr Richardson read his report recommending the seating of tbe Moore delegates The report was signed by Richardson and Byers showing that Gilbert and Moore had combined to make the majority report Mr Smith of Madison for Helm offer ed a minority report After much speechifying the vote on the minor- Ity report was taken Jessamine turn ed on the Shelby coucty man and voted for the minority report The report was voted down by a vote of 44 to 37 The motion to adopt the majority re port was then made The counties were called and tbe report was adopted by a vote of 44 to 37 seating the Moore men and cutting down Helms vote from 38 to 29 and increasing Moores vote fromI 17 to 24 An adjournment was then vo tedAt 245 oclock the convention reconvened and the call of the counties was ordered for nominations for Congress This was the signal for the opening of a flood of oratory W J Price placed Col Moore In nomination R W Mil ler placed the name of Harvey Helm before the convention and was given a splendid receptlop When Sbelby coup ty was called O G Barrickman arose and made a speech nominating Mr Gilbert J W Watts of Jessamine seconded Gilberts nomination and Geo B Saufley of Lincoln seconded the nomination of Helm Judge John Hughes of Mercer seconded Moore nomination The only contest was that sent from Garrard county and while it looked like a joke on the start it grew die tressingly serious beforetbe convention got under headway How the good people of our neighbor county are go Ing to stand such highhanded business as the seating ol Moore delegates from that county remains to be seen Home heldupafreight train flfty miles from Valentine Naband demanded passage to that city In order to file their claims H J Middleton Associated Press correspondent with tbe Russian bead quarters near Llao Yang died from en teric dysentery John Alexander Dowle Is reported to have purchased land near Highland Falls N Y for a new Zion City IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Will Wagner was killed by lightning near Columbia Mrs Laura Virginia Schoolfleld Is dead at Burgle after a long Illness John W Burton has been appointed postmaster at Purdy Adair county Thomas Masew a farmer aged 80 NICbO1laavllle set has been made claim agent for the Queen d Crescent road Y W McGray a wellknown farm er of Mercer was tried for lunacy and ordered sent to the asylum- L E BUler a dry goods merchant of Harrod burg tiled a deed of assign ment Bush W Allin of tho Mercer National Bank Is named as assignee Judge W S Stone of Montlcellc has been nominated by tbe prohibition lets of his district for Congress Ho- has accepted and will make a canvass James Cox a wellknown farmer liv ing near Lancaster accidentally shot himself while cleaning a revolver the ball entering his hip making a painful Pltteburg Laurel county Her ry Conking was shot and killed by John Davie Davis claims the killing was accidental He gave himself up to Mrs the officoreIrowly escaped death by drinking thro mistake from a bottle containing so lutlon of corrosive sublimate The hero ic work of two physician only succeeded in restoring him The residence of Burrell Smith at Corbln was dynamited Considerable damage was done to the building but no one was hurt Smith had been marshal there until this week and had Incurred the ill will of many having kill ed a man a few weeks ago Toe latest fad In Danville is tbe fortune telling fad The young folks are going by the score to Mrs Highlanders at Junction City whero for 25o you may have revealed to you what you are what you have done and things you never expect to doAdvocate There are at present sojourning In the suburbs of Columbia two remarkable old colored persons Robert Wil lame aged 93 and his wife Cathrlne who is In her 92d year They are from Greensburg and were married 75 years alto During their married life 16 chil dren were born unto them Adalr Newel a meeting of the city council Saturday morning Ordinance No 160 which provided that ajlcense of 1100 should be Imposed upon wholesale quor dealers was so amended as to make the license 1000 The ordinance was Immediately published and posted and went into effect Saturday This was doubtless done to forestall the es tablishment of tbe branch office of the brewery that has applied for license to conduct a business here Tho Indica tone however at present are that the company will come hero notwithstand ing this action of the council says the Danville Advocate on FOR FANCY GROCERIES Candle FrulU Etc call on E S Payne crab Orchard Ky Oardy made dally Ice and fresh meats always on hao- dSAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We hue lust re celved 5 can will soil at a reduced cbeaperthanKINO OOX Moreland Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic dUease and for con sultation Board and naming shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profess sional bills due when services are rendered and tenet O paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce dt 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 E D Peyton DEALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford To Old Point Comfort and th- oSBASHORE CO Route THURSDAY JULY 14 12 From Lexington Ky NOTIcE I I am now roady to handle butter In any quantity Will my cash or goods for all kinds of produce at market price Iloaso beIforeThe New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS Proprietor Bettite Urhtsln tvery rom Refurnished and under entire New Managme- ntBobthe favorite porter meets trains Large Welllighted Sample Rm R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office In Myers House Parlor Phone 91 Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to soil privately my farm of ITO acres located In edge of Huston Yllle Good improvements fruit never falling water as whole or divide Small house on lower part Q H UAHNETT Hnstonvlllo Ky NEW ILACKSMITH SHOP Having rented the Wm Daughortr black smith snop on west main street I am prepared to all kinds ot blacksmith wood work IJiare an experienced workman In charge Work guaranteed me a call will also keep on hand all the time a Tot of lumber of all kinds PAKEK WALLS Dr JeB Beck DENTIST Offico In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentuc- kyPOSTED We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our WSCM and will prosecute violators to the full extent at the law J Z Bpoonaraore T M Holme II P J R Oamenlscb Peter Baltner W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens Jamea M White and wife E V Carson II P Hawkins Mr Mary B Welch U A Lawrence Frank Oordler- Mr A U Root Sam F Reynold Morgan Humphrey O T Wulson TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpet matting oll olotli rugs shades lacn curtains tacks curtain pole frames screens posse partolst doors windows glass table chair sires wardrobes couches dresser washstands beds springs mattrtMe chamber suit water set lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machine wring en wall r paper trunks tele scope carriage paint house paint curtain stretcher carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY Season of 1004 Crab Orchard Springs Kentuckys Most Dsllhtful Summer Resort Four Hottls Capacity 600 Guests I Famous Crab Orchard Springs As the heated term approaches the thought arises where shall I go to rest and quiet and find pleasant and cool This can be answered Crab Orcbard Springs for nearly a century has proven a Summer resort and this season promise to bo tbe best In 1U history There health happiness can always found The dayare never oppressively warm white the are pleasant from June till October Tho tam ou Orchard water from which Is made Grab Orchard SaltsSulphur Chaly beate Magnesia large prings close to the hotel A Ie- EI5om Well has been opened and the use of the Sulphur Well at depot has been Ie cured The Table Neither money nor pains will be spared to make the table best to be found in FIne cattle mutton pork and poul try fattened on tbe Springs farm not cur passed anywhere improvements The Spring building have all been tin roved paint and paper have been liberally used The grounds ore In the very tinkof condItion and present a scone lovely to behold lust now AU of the walk hue been Also a complete lob of lumblng Just boutcompletcd from top to ottom Society and Amusements Crab Orchard Springs has long been noted for the homelike that pervades the entire place The coramonlal of fashionable life are laid aside while tach Individual his or her own happiness In contributing to tho happiness ot Rates Tho rates are very low the theservlce ForaoeiOpers- eek delightful rooms and splendid fare cane obtained Season Opened June and nil durThe season June tat ing the Summer a splendid band ot music wIlt ben attendance For further particular address J B WILLIS ManaGer Crab Orchard Ky Q rGrand Leaders Bargains Oxfords kid patent tip size 12 12 wore 81 now 7Cc IMisscs Patent Leather Oxfonls sizo 12 12 wore 8180 now 08c Ladies 8160 Patent tip kid Oxfonls now 98o Lmlita 88 Patent Leather Oxfords now 108 LmHos 8flO Patent Viet Oxfonls now 8229- Sovornl Odd Lots Lmliea Oxfords sizes 8 812 anti 4 worth tip to 280 go nt 70c rolls Canvas Shoos trIo 8160 kind now 98u liens Canvas Oxfords tho lfiO kind now 080tMens 8860 Tan Shoos go nt 8226 lions 8050 Plltont Viol Oxibnl go lit 8200 Mens 8JCO Patent Viol Oxfords go at 8320 A tow pairs of those Ltulloa Dollar KM Gloves due 0 3tl only to oloso JHioyanlMensnow 2Jo Mon s 810 Suits now 8508 t MOilS 81250 Suits now 8008 lions Straw Huts slightly soiled worth up to 81 go at lOc tech Ladies Straw Knilon go at Vie each OW81UV WOK WATCH Otlt APS THE GRAND LEADERMs Bt Levy O Co S B Lovy THE CRAB ORCHARD fAIR AND RACING ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING JULY 273 DAYS RunningTrottingEverbody invited and expected R H BRONAUGH President VlrD WALLIN Secretary II II J B Paitoo J B Owsley 8 H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter j B Poster L 0 Oooch WII Cummins W U Bright It L vr H Shanks The tact retting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the best material and of per tent workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monument Marker and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by tool None better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON GOTO LcxngtonKyI W B McRoberts FOR LAN DRETHS GARDEN SEED CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Director pneumatic Successors to The Farmers Bank k Trust Company and under tame YOUR BANK Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial DRUGGISTI frGARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK conttnnoadytor SOLICIT ACCOUNT Officers 1H SHANKS Pre ldtnt Ji B OWSLEY Cashlsr W M BRIGHT Asst OashUll We Still Have In Stock m A Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very glow prices W E Perkins Crab 1Ky Stanford Malef And Female SeminaryI STANFORD KENTUCKY =ImFirst term begin Monday Sept tool Tbe member of our are mil expe rienced teacher And of the highest degree of scholarship Everything taught from tho poInt of view of the pratlcal and that which to highest degree of general culture Wo earnestly solicit the coopratlon of all whin are Interested In educationalI work OSCAR D FALLJS Ph D H 3 ri We have Rented our past Room Stock Must be REDUCED at ONCE READ WHAT YOU CAN DO IN OUR STORE FOR CASH JULY 4TH TO 9TH YOU CAN BUY 100 Dress Goods Black and Colors for 75c 75 Dress Goods Black and Colors 50c 50 Dress Goods Black and Colors 39c 100 Silks Black and Colors 75c 75 Silks Black and Colors 50c 25c Fine Wash Goods at I4c 15c Fine Wash Goods at 9c 5c t Lawns all colors at 3 I2c lOc Voile Suitings at 7c 6c Calicoes at 4 34c The above are to show you what is going on in all depart ments ONLY SEVEN DAYS ONLY SPOT CASH SEVERAIfCE r O3STPXEJDTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Jftv 1 1001 WHEN you bavo your Proiorlptlon ailed at our store we can aiiure you that It will bo Oiled jut ai your doctor ordered That nooo but the purest and ben drugs be used That it will be Oiled only by a legally quallfled person That our prices are right and reason ablo lo every instance We Invlto your Prescription trade sad mure you tatli fac every way Iennyi Drug Store PERSONALS CEO L PENNY spent iever l dsya In Frankfort Miss MARY D KENNEDY U with West End relatives J H ALCOiiN U here from Lakeland Asylum wbure bo U a guard BORN to the wlvei of James Smith Iud Tbomai M Butt a ion each M I93i EVA GOODE has returned from a visit to friends at Crab Orchard Miss EDWIN 0 CHADWICK of Crab Orchard li the guest of Miss Rhoda White MlssWOODlEjRAlNBS of Stanford li the guest of Mill Annie Goocb at Goiben M18SIBETTIE PAXTON hat returned from a ilollRhtful ylllt to Louisville relatives Mns JAMES I HAMILTON qt Lan cuter was here Wednesday to meet lome friends MISS LCCILB COOPBfi U beak from a delightful vIla to Mrs tt D Gregory at CovlnRton Misses HALLIR AND KTIIBI TIIOM AI of Galesburg III are with Mrs W B MoRoberu- Pnor M O WINFREY of Middles boro Is conducting tbo Marlon uounty teachers Institute MK9 TllOMA8PUBU 3of Richmond was the guest of Mn Wm Bright and other relatives here MRS JULIA Uuouns went to Wln cbcster Wednesday to attend too bur rill of Mr A J Karp flits J S WELLS and children are vUlttng her father lion John 3am O filer an Walnut Flat MR J D DOLDEIUIAN of SprloR field was hero this week with hoe brother Henry Holdermao MRS L LDOTY and son James of r Ulllersburtf area with Misses Jennie and NannleBrentNowland MISSES ALICE Dun of Lebanon Helen Taylor of Danville wore lJlwith trlondthercWedneiday MORRIS FARRIS of Danville and Miss Laura Norwood of Lexington were guests of H Bright Hays MR W1LLIAMMA TIK and family of Madison have moved to Dr W B OOannontlfarm on Hanging Fork BON G A LACKEY and daughter Miss Ophelia Lackey will go to St Louis today to visit the Mctir Lackey MB JOE M JAMES wlfo and baby of Paris Texas are visiting Mrs Jame F Holdam and other relatives at Crab Orchard MiesANNA THOMPSON returned to Mt Vernon yesterday after a delight ful visit toJMn M 0 William and Mrs CleojBrown Miss MAUDE LAMMERSON has returned to her Dome at Van Wlrt 0 for the summer much to the regret of more tbanfone young man MR ROUERT BARTELLS and wlfo and Mr G W Thomas and Miss Nora Sheppard of Somerset were hero Wednesday en routo to Crab Orchard t Springs DRS W B OBANNON and Allen Acton performed a difficult operation on Mr Hoary Nolanfl at Eubank Wednesday She was doing nicely at last accounts MESSRS W B McKiNNEY and J r H Baughman of Stanford were In this city yesterday Mr J P Goode i of Hustonvllle Is In the city to too his mother MM Salllo Goode who cutlr ed a troke of paralysis at the home of her daughter Mrs Ballo Jonea Mrs Goode is 85 years of ago and her condi tion U torlou Lexington Democrat LOCALS SEE the O Tgoat on July 4 MAKE your arrangement to attend too Crab Orchard fair July 27 2ti 29 It will be the greatest over THE Lincoln County National Bank declared B dividend of three per cent carried to surplus fund 85074 and to Mlvlded profit account 141838 TRY a load of Elmer Denham coal Phone No 113 or call oo him at Rowland WANTED A white t nanofor a baby six months old Mn John B Foster Stanford GERANIUMS at 7io big fine plants Other bedding plant In proportion John Chrliraan LOT ofClred bats direct from New Orleans for tale Call on James T Menefee at once CIRCUIT COURT med yesterday Tbo Kennedy case has been continued until next court- TRREIsecondhind bugglci for tale or trade and a good fresh milk cow for tale B D Carter Stanford TilE poitodlce at Livingston wa broken Into Tuesday night and 1200 In cash and all of tho stamp stolen FOR RENT Tho liter le storeroom on Lancaster Street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky ALL refined lugar were advanced five cent per hundred pound this week The trust always advances tbo prices at preserving time FOR SALE Cottago of five room ball rod nice veranda Large barn etc Plaee must be sold For partic ular see Llt Hugbei Stanford DONT tail to corns to town Monday and help ui enjoy the glorloui fourth of July A big tlmo awaits you Bring the old lady and the children Youu attention II called to the prom lum list of the Klrkivlllo fair which appears In this issue Read It Tbo date of this splendid fair U July 16 two day TllEiAdalr New calls whisky Coffin Varnish Frtm what the fellows who bavo tried Adair county whisky say Paris Green would bo a more fitting name for the atoll a REV CEO O BARNES goes from Jamestown to Albany and from Albany to Burkivllle and from the latter place to Columbia Ho has preached In about 60 of the 110 counties In Kentucky and hope to preach In all of them MARES FOR SALEIwill have a carload of Kansas and Missouri mare at the shipping pens hero on Saturday July 2nd and Monday July 4th If you want tome good young mare be sure and lee this load E H Beatley ngt Stanford Ky IN a fight which upduring a crap game In Macksvlllo Wednesday night Ed Salter a ono Armed Negro severely cut Arthur Smith also col ored Salter Is In jail awaiting his trial Saturday while Smith le In bed with a doctor calling several times dal tyTHE earning of Atha First National flank of Stanford for the six months ending today wore 18750 outot which will be paid a three per cent dividend all taxes and expenses and 13400 will be carried to the surplus fund The bank will also have about 12100 left to the undivided profit account A DECISION Judge W C Bell ren dored his decision In theGradedSchool matter yesterday morning Ho holds that Dr W B O1 Bannon Messrs H J MoRoberti A M Pence and J N Saunders aro tho rightful truitoes At a meeting of them yesterday afternoon a tax of 40c was levied but a fifth trus too was not elected ONE of the mostdollghtfulrecopllons given so far this summer woe that of Mrs John B Foster at her beautiful country home from 4 to 0 Wednesday afternoon Fow short of a hundred guests were present and all wero very highly entertained In the re ceiving line with Mrs Foster wero Mrs P P Truehcart of Sterling Kas and Mrs T A Rico of this placo The entire second floor of tho large homo was decorated and the man cll woro banked with smilax and roe ell The table In the dining room was a mass of beautiful roses Refresh ments of a delightful nature were serv ed In elegant style Miss Mary Bruce served frappe No effort to convert day Into night was mado and the guests enjoyed the occasion all the moro bo cause of the abundance of fresh air Each guest was presented with a Jap paneee fan as a eouvonlrof the happy event FILL your coal house but get Elmer Denbamt prices before you do SEE shirts wo are now sell fog at OSc to close out George H Far rll ft Co- YOUR attention Is called to the ad vertisement of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary Dr O B Fallls principal MR F M SIMS proprietor of Olym plan Springs near Mt Salem called yesterday and left the advertisement which appears elsewhere SEE the procession July 4tb It will form on the Danville pike near the old toll house at 030 A M All aro Invited r to pin the procession with fancy turn outs business ads etc YE trERDAYBCourieJourna said George B Saufley of Lincoln seconded Mr Helms nomination and stamped himself as a young speaker of ability He did not make a schoolboy speech but one full of practical Ideas and thought and he won warm ap plausoPOwKLLMis Fannie Powell one of the beet women In the West End died early Wednesday morning after a lingering Illness and was burled la the Hustonvllle cemetery yesterday at 11 oclock Her death U a severe blow to her brother Mr James W Powell with whom she lived and the community In which she resided WE take this unity to thank the people of Lincoln county for their very liberal patronage Having die solved partnership wo would now ap preciate a settlement of all accounts duo us Our books can be found at W Q Higgins and W B McKinney Is there ready to square tour account Very truly Higgins It McKInney EARI Mrs AJ Earp died at her homo in Winchester Wednesday morn ing after a protracted Illness She Is survived by a husband and three child ren who have the uobouoded sympa thy of their many friends here Mr Earp and family lived boro for a DUm- ber of years and those who knew her say there was never a better wife and mother Her death has caused much sorrow here- KRIOERWo have hadfine rains for the last week Chas Harris has been sick Rev K D Noakes fe hold ing a few days meeting at Epboiui Mrs Mahala Anderson has been tick Mr and Mrs Larkin Chumloy returned to Ft Wayne Tad alter a two weeks stay with homefolkt here Mr and Mrs Luther Testerman have been vii lllng relatives at nee Lick Andy An derson has holeD on the sick list MATRIMONIAL- Sam Ed Hancock and Mill Martha Robinson wero married at Columbia H H Hall of Winchester and Miss Lucy Gregory of Lancaster were married Tuesday Walter Phllllpi of Boyle and Miss Nora McElfusb of the Moreland see tlon wero united lo marriage yester dayGeorge Barker of Stewart and Miss Maggie May of Battle wero married at the home of the bride In Mercer county Roy J M Bruce was here Wednesday en routo to Klrksvllle where he married Miss Ora Heodron and Oscar Helton prominent young people of that sectionMarriage license was Issued Tuesday to Mr R L Torhuno to wed Mlse Ma ry Adams of Hustonvllio Mr Tar hone Is a prominent young man of the Bradfordsvlllo section while his bride Is tbo charming daughter of Mrs Mary Adams of the West End The IN TERIOR JOURNAL joins their hosts of frlonds 1s wishing them all the happi ness that can come to them CHURCH MATTERS Roy O M Huey will preach at Mt Xenla at 330 Sunday afternoon There will be uo preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday The pas tor Rev Gilbert Glass will preach at MuofordavIHo Rev J W Haglns subject Sunday morning will bo Christian Citizenship evening How my Silence Wit nesses against Christ Tbo annual Central Holiness camp meeting will begin ab Wilmore on July 22 ending July 31 Rev E F Walker of Greoncastle led will lead IDt preaching services Services at the Baptist church Sun day morning and ovenlng as usual to which all are cordially Invited Com munion in morning anf subject of ser mOD Why we Lovo God Evening subject Reaping What we Havo Sown or rather Why are we Gathering Such a Harvest Locale Llnton a young Spencer county farmer was shot from ambush near Falrfield Twentytwo Russian sailors werb drowned while experimenting with a Russian submarine boat A Runlan battleship was accidental ly rammed by another vessel of the Czars navy at Cronstadt- It Is reported at Toklo that three forts southeast of Port Arthur were captured by the Japanese Sunday Charles M Schwab has resigned ass member of the Executive Board of the United States Steel Corporation and W P Snyder has been chosen as his successor Dr C Alpbonso Smith professor of English literature at the University of North Carolina has been unanimously elected to the presldencyof the Univer cIty of Tecnessee Gov Beckbam has called a meeting of the State School Book Commission to be held today in Frankfort to can vase the returns from the counties on the adoption of school books for a po rlod of five years- EVERYROAY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In tho Tailoring business all my life I feet confident in saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectoni I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory ai my many patrons in this line will bear me out Sly prices are the same as Inex crlcnced men who are in the business i also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make if desire at a moderate price Thank ing you for put favors I am yours H C IIUPLEY the Tailor Olympian Sulphur Springs- Near Mt Salem KY will Open July 10th F M SIMS Pror The water contains 1M6 grains of sold matter to the italian consisting prIncIpally of calcium lulpbate sodium sulphate and odium chloride with some calcium carbon ate magnesium sulphate potanlum aol phate sod a trace ot lithium sulphate The water also contains 035 grain of hydrogen sulphide to the gallon Reference Dr Humphrey Hart well Dr Rertle Carpenter HuttonYllle Drs J F Peyton J 0 Carpenter and W II McUoberts Stanf- ordAdministrators Sale An administrator of the state ot W O Welch deceased I will other for sale before the courthouse door In Stanford on SATURDAY JULY 2 1M4 Beginning at 10 oclock the following property share ot stock SIOln Crab Or chard Fair k Racing Atsoclalion S shares of stock SIOO per share In Crab Orchard flanking Co ISO shares stock f per share In Green River Development Co1810 shares stock ft per share In Swan Lake Oil Co t S shares stock liQpcr share In Stanford Oil Oas tt Developing Co10 shares stock f10 share In The Home 011 Cos 2- 0harestck10 00 per share In The Central 011 Gat S Mining Co 10 shares stock 10 00 per share In Hutching 011 hr Oas Co UO shares stock 10 00 per share In heaver Creek 011 A Oas Co Also a few second hand law books Terms 5 00 or under cash exceeding that sum 3 months credit payableinM 0 SAUFLEY Admr Administrators Sale As administrator of the estate of J V Coffey deceased I will offer for sale and with the content of Joseph OofTey their en tire farm ot 300 acres of as good land as Is In the with residence and all neces sary outbuildings 3 good barns 2 of them very large good fencing plenty of stock water all In grass except about acres The farm lays well on the llustouvlllo and Danville pike In good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on 0 Iload If not sold before the 8th of September will then be sold to the highest that date I will sell personal property consisting ot hay off of SS acres millet seed off of acres wheat off ot 80 acres corn off of 05I acres 3 good work mules yearling S brood mares 13 yearling cattle binderI3 mowing machines disc harrow as new fertilizer wheat drill corn er 3 Oliver Chill plows No 20 I corn shell I er 9 A harrows hay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 frames oueblt Interteat In 6 acres ot tobacco 80 to 100 of orchard grass seed 18000 tobacco sticks some old corn bulgy and harness die bridle and blanket 250 locust posts ladJOak for Idoublever watch farm roller 33 heap brakes 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows Any one desiring to see the placo can call on me Joseph Ooffey on the place and we will orI them with pleasure will begin at 0 t oclock sharp Also have 17 shares of turn toTurnpikeCemetery TitHMai The farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two with lien retained on land yeanIW A CornY TOM ENGLISH Auc NewSummer Suitsstsesw Choice Patterns Stylishly Made Garments Crashes Flannels Blue Serges J6Sec the now Double Breasted Styles W tti W CUMniNS MCLARY nOT 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 McROBRRTSStanford Kentucky 4th OF JULY ATSTANFORD Given by the Maccabees of Lincoln county Everybody invited Maccabee Horseback Parade Speeches by Col T P Hill Judge J P Bailey Hon R C Warren lIon J S Owsley and Otheis Foot Races Sack Races Potato RacesPole Vaulting Fat Mans Race and Oth er Amusements jQipFire Works at Night Be sure to remain for the magnificent Pyrotechnic Display Puffing Our Cigars We have the exclusive sale of The Owl Brand Arthurettes Supreme and 1erklns Bro Hayana each Scents Alto Gen Arthur the 10cent cigar From these choice brand and many other that we have you surely can find what you like Wo take very great care of our Cigar Case and try to have each cigar not too dry or not too moist but just right to smoke Now when you want a good smoke a delightful smoke toPENNYS DRUG STOREStanford YTHE INTERIORr10URNAL Mnlered n the pailoffice at Stanford at tJOdcZa mailer y yubtTundapmem43f xidagm T 1 PER YEAR CASH 300 will b ehartdw Whan not iopldt KNOXVILLE DIVISION 34 Train zolnf North J04pra f 0MII 002SOm1217m Nod n South M a5pm NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOSBSDSPron JUNCTION CITY KY rirstOlass Turnout at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men I Orals and lay For Bale J H BOONE ft COtrf Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kve I Good Ltrery Settler at Reasonable take Dell on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal Jesse W Sweeney raOFBIETO- RLivory Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Pal Tray lor DIALIR IS WHiskn Brandu Wines Beer Giaars Etc tOarplntl House Depot STANFORD KYI Promptan4 pllte attention Nothing but the tea W drink Mall pboo cr telegraph orders nee Iv croapt attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a teo story front reran room cottage Teahouse Is new Asplen did garden orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good cruher and the dam Is In good the natural power la great economy In running the mill a business Everything Is In ODd repair and hu all necnaaip out Dtllldlogs The owners only reaso for Belling II the rush of other business as he baa exienslre farming Interests to look after ThU property Is on the dancing Fork about miles from Stanford and can be bought at a Nor further particular address 8 O Thurmond Lytle L R 1f Unars Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell karma will do well to see us We haro a number of one Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have It yon to sell place It In our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky I RB MilllOfl y f Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against ripe Lightning and Tornado None but and best Old Line Com peeler represented and the lowest possible rates era guaranteed Phone 1- s2Stanford Kentucky MRS CECELIA STOW Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CIIICAQO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four ran I suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I Luwever operationD1poa I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at droggistadvieedLlm Withinbeing Mrs Stowea letter shows ev eaddenedbpfWino of Cardui cotta that sick ness and brings health and happi lullerinand secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui WINE ClRlWJ HUSTONVILLE Dr J C Barker hoe a Dynes at work on his now building Allman d Stone lost 20000 brick by the rains and they are now praying for a drouth McCowan S McCormack shipped to Cincinnati a carload of hose for which they paid 4 ou and one car of lambsAt Shccpahead Bay T L Carpenter told a colt by Flunedes and out of Imp Laurel for 91750 This gives some thing of an Idea of the high tiara of stock Mr Carpenter Is raiting Contract has been let by Coulter S McCormack for a splendid livery barn to be built on the site of the ono recently burned George E Alford of Lexington will hue charge of It when completedThe room now occupied by Weatherford Myers will be be jacked up and moved to the woes line of the lot to make more room for the Weath erford Rouge the foundation for which Is being built Mr Charles Armstrong of Danville waa here this week attending the re building of his wifes tomb who was burled here several years ago Mr Armstrong spent the early part of his lira In this vicinity The protracted meeting of Rev Calhoun ai the Christian church continues and the large attendance and marked attention shows the profound Interest of the hearers Many are anxious that the meetings continue over Sunday George H Tucker and family have returned from Tyrone Okla fully de termined that Kentucky shall be their future home Mr Tucker sold hie J section of land to G W Rlffe Sr and was so anxious to get back that ho re fused to stop over and seethe St Louis Fair saying that old Kentucky was Fair enough for him The trustees of the gradedechool met Tuesday and ordered a levy of the tax30c The board was unanimous In Its action and expects to have peace and harmony on all matters that come before It The board is composed of conservative business men who have with years of experience successfully managed their affairs and this fact Insures success to the school from the start Miss Alice Drye of Lebanon Is with friends and relatives here Miss Lena Talbott of North Mlddlotown Is the guest of Mies Angle Carpenter J Beecher Adams and family of Dan vllle attended the TerbuneAdams nuptials Mrs Dr Barker and children are visiting relatives near Hunts vllle Tenn George W Rlffc Sr has returned from a prospecting tour of Oklahoma and Is so delighted with the prospects that he has decided to take Horace Greeleys advise to young men He has bought a quarter section near Tyrone and will move his family the coming month PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hairIromoceooSere taco ta ColorTCumllJeoMLooat Dtv LUMBER WANTED I headltlgalumberprice at Moreland D H 0 Peyton J La Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and- Embalmrts AWanaaLleaIif FnrnltnreMatUn28Rn28 They allkindsa call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ + 1cl1JI Y t1NDEBltt AXES EMBALMER AndDoalearln SOS g mADDLJ3YlltO Stanford Ky p f HURDLE Mrs J A Hammonds and daughter RuuelllODdto go to Kansas with Mr Speaks to work wIth his thresher John Menofee and A C Sloo have opened up a dour eper and zlno mine on Doonee creek near Hcdgevlllo William Anderson and MUs Sarah Brackett both of thU place drove to Lancaster Saturday aud were married Mrs J C Eubanks received a bad burn on her face sad chest by the ex plosion of steam from a cup In which she was cooldnc bone R L Hubble bought a Jersey cow of M B Eubanks for 140 L C King lost a floe yearling Dolt It woe knocked against a tyro by other horses while running Some chicken stealing hoe been go ing on In this community A fewchlck one havo been found and the thieves have shaken th t dust from their feet and left for parts unknown Lit Sloan sold two cow to U Zm mer of Lancaster at 30 Dunbar Jc Swlnebroad sold their crop of wheat to the Lancaster mill at 800 threshed out of the shock John Robinson has been buying a few stock hogs at 3lo Mrs Ed Miller of Mt Vernon is with relatives hero James McKech nie Is back from a visit to Wayne county Elder F M Tinder hoe returned from St Louis and will flit bis pulpit at the Christian church Suudayafternoon Mrs C C Sink and children of Lex ington were with A C Carman and family Al Luce who has beta rink is better James P Robinson of Chat tanooga visited bis parents here Sun day Miss Lora Minor of Campbell Hagerman College was the sweet of Miss Flonnle Hammond Misses Mary Leo anti Elizabeth Glvens have return ed Irom a visit to Lancaster Mrs Bet tie Miller hoe returned from a visit to her daughter In Arkansas NOT A PATENT MEDICINE Hyomel the Guaranteed Ca tarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No one should confound Hyomel with patent medicines that are advertised to cure catarrh It is as far superior to them ell aa the diamond is more valuable than cheap glass Their composition Is secret but Hyomei gives ita formula to all reputable phyticians 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 gene is to breathe ByomeiIThis treatment has been so successful t curing 09 per coot of all who have used it that Hromei is now sold by Penny under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure You run no risk whatever in buying Hyomel If it did not possess unuiual to cure it could not bo sold upon this planI Kentucky Fair Dates The following era the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs tor IDOl a far ae reported Klrksyllle July 162 days Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville Augusts 3 dove Harrodsburg August mS days Lawrenceburg August 161 days BrodheadAug1i18 10 Snepberdsville Aug 31 days Sbelbyvltle Aug 231 days Springfield Aug 241 days Somerset AUIl304 days Nlcholasvllle Augt03 days Florence Aug 311 dove Glasgow Aug 314 dove Ellzbetbtown Sept BI days Hartford Sept 211 dove Georgetown Aug fl12 days Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Years ofSuffering I wish to SlY a few words In praise of Chamberlains Colic Oholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy says Mrs Mottle Burge of Martinsville Va I suffered from chronic Diarrhoea for 10 years and during that time tried various medlcifcea without obtaining any permanent relief Last summer one of my children was taken with cholera morbus and I procured a bottle of this remedy Only two dotes were required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine myself and did not use all of one bottle be lore I was well and I have never since been troubled with that complaint One connot ray too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is tar sale by all druggists Once upon a time there was a wom an who was crossing a publlo highway that ran along the margin of a deep river when she beheld an automobile approaching at a terrific speed She stopped to deliberate aa to what was best to do for her safety and wblle deliberating the automobile came and wont loatlogInagain The woman who deliberates la lost To the Worlds Fair via Queen tit 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 e at ace ay Odd Bits of Information Wino 150 years old exists In Switzerland Chemists say arsenic Is present In cjfgs Incombustible celluloid Is a French Invention Crossing tho knell is a common cause of sciatica Turpentine has been found to be an aotldote for carbollo sold An ambidextral culture society has bona organized In England Camphor Is now being made near New York by chemical means The bamboo Is said to grow some times at tho rate of three feet a day The compound chemical lecithin tends to promote the growth of glance Dr Kirkland reckons that in 00 days a toad will destroy 0720 Injurious in sects An electric current of 6000 volts Is fatal Increase the voltage to 600000 and It will be quite harmless Mortality from cancer Is very high in beer drlnklo districts of Germany such as Bavaria and Salzburg No Jakagold the ward heeler I youYonyou had my moony The trouble with you Is you wont stay bought Youre wrong Pete argued the honest voter The trouble aint with me Seems as If my vote was so blamed contrary It wont ltalloldJudjto A band of revolutionary Armenians crossed the frontier and were attacked by Turks thirtyseven being killed Produce Wanted I Deeshembe convinced at II D Norlhcotts Stanford Ky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hooker Proprietress 3641 Finney T1 erSte Louis A S PlOCh Surgeon Demtiit Stanford KYI On r VlcBoberU OYtl7II Dr OaS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and cos reasonable HuetonvillorKontuoky Have Your Buggy Painted It will oat you only IS 1 use the best of paints and rarnlthM and guarantee my work to be flrstclaM Call at shop oa Som roar street and tee specimen of my work Roueepalntingnndpeperhenglag cheaply and satisfactorily done JJ BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy busi ness I will sell for the next days at cot lurreYIPhaetonlt ttldeber tired Dome to see me and get a bar gain at once before they aro all gone CURTIS DOVER Crab Orchard Ky The Kirksville Fair Friday and Saturday July J5 16 lest home made cheese 8 00 Two pounds butter S 00 Baked ham Loaf salt rising bread Plate beaten biscuit S Two bottles hi memada wine Gallon Ice cream Gallon pine apple sherbet White cake Bporaga Cake S Chocolate flake White fruit cake Black cake ZS Stallion mare or gelding lG Stallion 7 years cod wader 3 10 Stallion 3 yeas anti under 20 Stallion ear sad ore 30 Phaeton under 15 heads I 0 Mare or gelding 3 years old and under 310 Mare or gelding 3 yeas and undur 20 Walking mare or gelding toy ago Bockaway 5 mare or gelding shown to rockaway 15 State Dink ti Trust Co take FridayJulyor gelding any age of which 8100 Is reaorr ed for consolation Fastest mare or gelding to be driven six times around fair ring 23 Rest boy rider under 14 10 Combined mare or gelding any ago 23 Lady rider 19 SECOND DAY Mule colt either sex 10 Mule year old and under 2 10 Mule 2 years old and under A 10 Mule 3 years and under 4 10 Pair moire any age is Mule ang age 25 Mare and colt either sex 10 Gilt mare or gelding get of Rex Ar buckle 25 blare or gelding four years end over 30 Pair matched mares or geldings Harness mare years old and over 30 Harness guiding 4 years and over 30 Ooh regardless of sex under year 100 Roadster Mare or gelding any age landwmert girl baby under year JO Handsomest girl baby year old anti under 2 ju- Maro or gelding and under 3 10 Mare orgelding 3 years and under 20 Stallion mare or gelding year and under 2 15 Bfddlo stallion 2 and under 3 years 10 Saddle stallion 3 and under yeas 20 Stallion years old and over 30 Double team regardless of sex color or ownership 25 Stallion mare or gelding any ape 100 Model stallion mare or gelding shown to halur 10 Fancy turnout for road purpose 20 Fattest mule five times around track 15 Mare or gelding year old and over 30 T J OUBTIS President J D SIMMONS Secretary r j TRY A PAIR OF OUR r SHEARSAnti if not satisfactory return thorn ntid got nuuthor pair or YOUR MONEY Wo hnvo right and loft hand Scissors Embroidery Buttonhole Oval or tquaro edge Shears the largest assortment ovur in town Gall nUll see them r JOEORGE H HARRIS a COlStanford Kentucky 11 C McCormack Dealer in fI Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily Highest Market Price for Country Pro duce l C R McCormack Hustonville e Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange e t Title Company 4 Stanford Ky t 11couollorepair Cut 5 U flMi well feneej o urn In uarrulUfitlaa 001 un In fruit trees rat In pass Price MS per sera lAnJaJjoRitefKiMforlMaail lift Thla aaUaraln No4i3a reiooiilanJTvn ill room drNllag oaro rob 6ew tte 1Yhe1e Itacln graM well atre l and twIMIflg lt feoJ Uon Ptltplttq No 4114 room dwelling good eeUar sod II are land htmfaUUg well tDsaJaatbulWlag la air condition Cbecpplac ctoMtotown WllleaUaimallUmlly Ne etttiAatraNtalaodtlmMrlsad Ieota td la 1ertl twmt ICr era ClraM Via Cte a trlewUrvof the North letk of KeoUteky Ate- rPearNrs aced tarylag In IhkkDee Inn I left to atx feet ester DilgaM 1e the moats el aboie creek A rallioad la aureied within three mile ef tAW property the timber eeatltte o oat lie Title parker Wilt seller erebaega en wy terror Ne RA oMa tWI sup eight root lame dweUUg In HuaforO Ilutebana nod reilar wlt6axertufloor goal 1rdn wl tluhlo alga taws on pltN rt I rMle tartpet IIWOW nD eau IlK la par troth IBM prop erty b In good repair tad can W bwttl ftt tIM No UFarn era ten ipUixlkl UxrfTtt load la Uoteln MDtf Two story t room sues rMUton I trout boum bus room f roTr te0 bmd ol sleet lad til other ntcnaary rattwIMlDga ill In relr pew to cbvrrb Kbojt plsleAa ntlrocdodln rood 4kborbood 480 seas la ulUTiilan real In pDd litter ele Tblt li an deal aouatrr home aa alt aoreohates on nlNlto Welt watered wltb II neer fining poop eu Irlce reuonabi No THle Mtta umiWirnhaeleAlo IS mile ol Stanford liIlood ee Terlaitlng welt and good fOliar Jood barn smote houw Ac Young orchard and One vine yard IIplDdld plea to sue rdn projur to Ita town lr1ceI1OO- No IDO cna or Iod Obi mill from Soiarae- tKyealIneTen bId Korty aeree la cultlra Uon 40 acre la paitare balance In Umber Dwell tog conUlniaeren room Lam barn and all nee eeury and bulKllnoln ipltnpoatbuHelldereJdid lrlc 1100- No 2100 UN4 In Ford ilz mllMfroni railroad and h mile fromXrlwus rtrer Teoty atroflBj U tier bottom Is IInodlllld and in eyes Thli Und la lot ads or ubo couatrTbrM1building each boWl eta of 100 sera All on county road H m1U from church acbool sad poetofflc well and well watered TAU U a good tobacco farm and would salt two or rhea fimlllee that might want to coma from tbl Mm neighborhood Trie reuonabl No 18 TOIIOttrami dwelling of des rooms two bill al door lad all olDer a outbuilding Also Urge blackimlth shopfAs00aadchar lul leniln of shop aoJ 10 fettwld Thla property will I aold at a very low lrlceINo tA farm of acre roar mile hem also ford Debar pits In the auntten watered dwelling aetr +rrre- atbuildlagi A plendld blue gray farm and oalIW mlnuleedrlT from county MI Owner nl not larm adjoining thl baa mostly refuted IU Mr ere W a otr this tt 3760 No 69 Flay acre oar Pleaaant Point Ky Frame hour a room lad arch llarn anti other oulbulldlnrt a wreln cultlratlon rat In tlm Welt watered from poloOcKhooI aaJehurohiUysellouplb and In com No nond lot In SanfollllIu roomihall porch In the rear good pyrite good neighborhood tloee to cnurebe and ooL Uood lor mall lam lly MeettM No aI1ouM and lot In Stanford Jtouae eon dos IIn rooms food atabl sod 8 arm of land well fenced One of building lota In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a 7 tory fronl W built to the cottage and W made a beautiful homo Will be aold cheap II the owner mot bur money Nol2Vwelllo otalx rooms hall sod porch necceaaary outbuilding sod garden Alto large two itory tore room 23x60 feet tower roots Iwith eountcn iheltca etc Wrier In dwelllDIInd ttoraroom ties churn and well on place Small lot back of ilore One mite nom Bttnlurd Uulldlngi to repair 01 dllloll orlllnlI cat 11600 smluorouraral700 Will IOU both for idd0 or will rent or Mil aeparatelv No IS230 sere Gym t mile of Crab Orchard Ky lirlck dwelling S rooma two tenant house two Lama well indtprlng near dwelling Farm In hlghttateof cultltatlon 160 acre rlrer bottom lead good tarring fruit etc Price 13760 an acre NoflTolor wren room frame dwelling reranda tie One lory stero room 20x60 blickimlthbop tensor bouie table crib ndI war bows Every building new sod fencing Ib flniahap All of the projiertjr U In IlutlonTllle Ky and to will tell u a whole or place aeparately Well at each auble and clttfrnI dhows For addiest the abore named KOIteary No 17A plendld slat of lI for Tbl It the belt bUlla aland and the nlceat anal mat csreNdJeeltcudstatN eoafs la lentnl Ken tatty A In Uorolo aoJ aJJoloh- gaunta We wilt sill this for coat and carriage and if want to go In bualmat you cannot find a nicer slat Latter or better trad In IbIS sloe outtldeof the title- Nor1A nia Gym d Wltbn Ky well impror ed well watered etc too 26 sea of land on Jamestown tad south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about rs saes In timber and rest In grass A ores new frame dwell Ins also an old dwelling on place A new bro and two oldonea It Is well watered and the leering Is good On public road Price f1000 storytitwork In kitchen sod fatuity room Uood barn tt and all niMuy eutHilUlegs Hate wrH anti la trot repair IItDI rott MN fetlffttwbolmwttyI eofIIlh aew aad rs only atk 11M ollllerclaCMy rouetr Two uory tore dvelllBg two good brnt aod ether outtMiMlnge In good repair NoItalW toWcvo 1r0dNeoWoIKollaiMlldlogt On eMBiy roJ tpleodU Ulweco Und well watered two wella tpHag ota Thla U a drdnwe heat IMa11 oS Farmer MaereaU rUeslromtluo lord on coaaly MJ tt arm la evltlitltoa woo la pulure 2 goad erehardt aad net U limber Tesrallertuga seal Mm and ovtbuUdlan well watered std teaelag fairly Ilare eB be laJloupct1IwWYIINrDwoUland bulWlnp la good repair Prvdiwtlv Iims HonelanJ la good tIIltliorb1IOM u eebcot and on good road Iri tniO YlOoesodoaegoof barn aad olncroullMilMIng Slaty cite la ItLfstbtNeta ftkeeNyee9 Onh1IIbMp IrIoutMtUtac li watered tattMr aoj fmc prtcIkiMry ate roam fim 0 JvcWaf Store nee w kr eo Ws teem re ky w QmJ win treat net r seen iS by Barr a4 MjctttnM rasp iS by w three Mde sulk warvn bow u b ea tNmg booth rf roomwitof general netcfcanAM el tWl rrNtty U In albArrlna No 49 Yurotlaeum near lodbeJ Nla aoJfwelagwell watered Will ItU ferllIOO or eicbaan fur properly In Uneola county No Two itarr trim dwilllog 7 room ball laINo B4 Farm of leG amt dtwtal nest King umLerrntla enllIQ H depot Irolr Ua on dHlnbl1Inalor R 400 or la parch of not Ite than urn to iltpurchater ThU U certainly cheap property IIIStanCoillIe one of the moil dealrabl hotue In town Illc rwuooabl No SI Dwelling of room wh sera land oUlbDU4lapIn PrlcwfJOONoUIhs ell neceeaary InproTcmeaU well waterSd des Will toW at a bargain parlituunChange 4 Title Co No Cloft acre of Und to4lr101No land In McKln ny x Necetaary outbuilding Fencing good aod well watered sell Ibl a on styterm totorythe tuburU of the eUy ol Stanlbrd slat to traded homeI71a olandspelt1laNo t0Ten acre of land two Or front cot tage won room balU etc Homo It new a good garden and splea ld orchtrd ol IU acroe lender etaAthe platw a g od rruther In mlhltlerup by nat ural power which la a great economy and the dim loWIIguredrellloetourareeeldePSscrealolaw than half rail from turoplke WeoOcr this plea fur only IW per acn No 20 Frame hotel large room double reran duo hallway Etc A large 2 itory uore room ultabllAurgeprden Yacaallotadlofaingae fro frost by reet deer Allot l6h property IIln lAndon YJ mooyloprlormonth On COunt hli wIG rears fur proprietor delta to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No 41150 acrei near Jumbo 200 acre In twirl 1191Ibarn blacllsmlb tic Young orchard Itreom run through place Un aunty rost aoJ 800 yardt from n oichool church sod In good UNOnble1IJUre totitchtnpalm Price 1600 llndlocalNo 76 Houst and lot In Darsltown 6ouu his 5 lartebArn K good repair Price 650 t