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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I I VOL xxxii STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 8 1904 8 A M NO 38 IMATRIMONIAL Motet Adams aged 21 and rhea Ma ry Lou Daugberty 17 wore made one at the bride homo WedooldayC J F Lambert and Mies Cordle Nuohola woro married at the pour James P Bailey Wed udaytLuolco Bourne and Mrs MIIJ nuddlcitou both ot Parktvlllo celo f brated the glorious Fourth by Retting marriedMr White of Parker Cityt 4 Ind aeon ol Mr Jal I White of this jfplaod was married a few day ago to Gertrude Dryant a handiomo young lady of Cumberland countyI Rarely has a more beautiful wedding beoo witnessed In this county than that of Miss Mary Orear flail and Mr DanI tot Hampden Hreclc which was solemnized Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at Roe mil the picturesque and historic homa of Mlu Mary Ilckett aunt ot the bride Tho house was l tily decorated the room In which thoI oereaumy took place being In white and green To the strains of Lohen wedding march exquisitely ren Igrin by Mlti Llda aed Prof the bridal party entered preceded by the two lovely Mute lowrII girl Mine Elisabeth Given and JuI lia Jeniclns then came the email rliRI bearer Matter Jaraot Tribble tollowI T ed by Mlu Mary Plokett the maid of boars The ceremony was perlormed In a totuhtng and Irapreitlre manner bftile wbite hatred fattier of the bride Rev W W Hall The bride who h a cousin of Mre W A Tribble of tbleI place was handsomely gowned In a + dross of white organelle and lace aud carried a beautiful boquet of Bride roo let Maytllle Bulletin LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Thomas Pence bought a earload of Iambs yesterday at H to So The good raoe horse Africander changed bind at 915000 In New York I Tbe average condition of cotton on lens 9S WM 88 as compared with S3 on May 91- Wanted 60000 bushel of wheat at highest market priee delivered all Mocelaod or MoKlnney D S Carpen ter Hustonvllle J L Druclrop of wheat wbloh his JIlL been threshed out will make an average of 37 bushels to the are Tbe crop all over the county will not tall less that 20 bushels Advoeate I Tile report of the Kentucky agrteul Carat bureau for the eaenth of June aches that all growing crops were well mltirated Wheat has bees harvested sad shows a shortage while corn U rather late The tobaoao acreage In the dark district Is reduoed The oat erop shows a falling off It Lulls Combs bought of O Lebus of near Qynthlann his 1901 erop of wool JOlt poaudsnt IIoeD itralsrht His whole herd averaged 6 7lt pound ol wool per head Mr Leon also W aid welt bed to TdlboU tk Carroll on Joe S3 XM latalN areraeter 9bi pounds at e eean LeslerWHi Demo crt CHURCH MATTERS Then will be communion ttrvloe at the Presbyterian church Sunday Rev J Wood Stone a wellknown Cumberland Presbyterian preacher It dad at Bowling Oreea Rev Anther K Brooke of Lexing ton brother of the evangelist W T Brooke will preach at Tnnstmllle Next Sunday morning sod night The rtalittiea of a pastorate of S3 years was a feature of the address of the Rev C F Suokow at the oalabra lion of hie sliver Jubilee last night at the Fifth Reformed German oburoh Tile numbs of sermons pranohad wee 4687 visits to the sick 4331 parochi al visits 17047 funerals 729 marrla Beoj 3M and chrMenlngi lOM The coDeregatlon made gifts of benevolence In the amount of 10935 Tbe total amount collected was 857870 The church li tree of debt This evening the members of the congregation will bold a reception In honor of the pastor I I at which a puree will be presented to S him Philadelphia Ledger One Lads Recommendation SoldFifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets- I have I believe sold Ito boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab tote on the recommendation of ono lady hero who first bought a box of them about a year ago She never tires of tolling her neighbors and friends about the good qualities of these TabletsP M Shore Druggist Rochester Ted The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite ladles everywhere For Sale by all drug gists 4 When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For Sale by all druggists i HUSTONVILLE I Cowan k MaCormack are In Wayne I aud Pulatkl counties buying sheep and cattle The protracted meeting at the Christian church closed Sunday night with several additions to the church Rev W Mill preached at Nlcbolasvllle onSunday Miss Helen Taylor of Danville la visiting Mil Katharine Alcorn Mr V B Morse has returned from a protracted visit to friends and relatives In the Eastern part ot the State Tbe mall that bas been leaving our offlce for Morelaod at 245 I M now leave at 215 TnU change was made by the department at Washington and a petition from the patrons of tbejofllco our postmaster will request a return to the old schedule 1 Drs Huns cod Humphrey of Louis Title Misses Ljda Pearl Rose of Shel by City and Kathorlno Ball of Bun tonville form a gay house party at the home of Miss Francis ilunn at Shelby Oily E C Uopptr of C07ln ton is with hit daugnter Miss Mollie Hopper Our graded school ball team crowed bate with the champion of Casey cuun ty at the Yosemite picnic Monday and easily won the Ito prize by a score of 8 102 This team wilt enter the State tournament the eosalag MllHln and the teams that defeat then will have to play ball Considerable inquiry li being made ai to the oharga for tuition In our graded school to parties living outside the district I am autborUed to itato that although the trustees have em plored at a large salary ono of the beet superintendents In the State and the faculty will be second to none that the price of tuition will be exceedingly reasonable sad the course of study thorough In every grade It le no trouble to sell property here at fair prices since the establish meat of our graded school The tale made Tuesday Included the Allen Qnnn business house on Male street toI McCormick A Son This Is a wooden structure and will be veneered with brick nd osaie a firstclass business posse Dtnwlddle Bros bought the lot of Coulter L McCormack upon which they will build a commodious livery table and itook same with a new line of uptodate rigs J U Adam and daughter of Long- view Ala arc with friends and rela tive here this week Oeo Dlnwlddlo of Deatty villa li with the old folk at home 0 A Reese and wife of La Orange Oa are with W R William sad family on Wet Main street Mr R tf Adams of MaKlnney Texas In visiting her mother Mrs S A Gonae who Is quite III at the bone of bar daughter In Lexington P B Twld will who li now traveling from Clark burg WVa spent a few days here this week Jack Weatbertord cod wife of Kaadallvllle fad are vlslUic relative hart W D hoist teperlu- sedeasof transfer Una at Bnrnslda spent a few days with relsive here The marriage of Mr Robert Lee Tarhnoa and Mia Mary Elisabeth Ad- smswcs solemnised at the home ot the bride moiber Mrs Martha B Adam on lbs 29ih at 1 oolook P M On ly the families and a few close friends were present to witness the ceremony which was performed In a beautiful and impressive manner by Rev Thom as Terhune of Barbourvllle brother of the groom The parlor was biau4 folly decorated the color scheme being green and white the Rowers used be leg white roaee sweet pea and daisies Toe bridal party entered toe parlor to the sweet strains ol Mnndels obna wed ding march beavtlfully rendered by Mr C W Adams MHM Murray Adams and Batcher Newborn carried rape of green to form an aisle Miss Prances Adams was maid of honor and wore a beautiful gown of oils green silk hand embroidered In pink anti oarrtod a profusion of pink carnations The bride who Is an accomplished mu tlclan never looked lowlier than In her wjddlng gown of white Parts muslin and lace with a shower bouquet of brides roses The grooms brother I Mr Charles Terbuno was beet man Mr Terhune who is a prominent young buslnoH man of Bradfordsvllla le a line gentleman In every respect and loJ to bo congratulated upon winning such a helpmate as his bride Is sure to be Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Goloblc of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured Insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved mo though I tried every thing known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on 1eartb for that trouble A few bottles oft it completely relieved and cured mo Just as good for Liver and Kidney troub les and general debility Only 60c Satisfaction guaranteed by 0 L Penny Druggist L NEWSNOTES Jealously caused a man to kill his wife and two other persons In Indian Territory Tbe fruit combine IP arranging to sell bananas by weight Instead of by the bunch Tbe Russians were repulsed In a des perate attack on the Japanese outposts at Mao Tien pass Albert Bratton of Warren county a loldler of tbo regular army was killed by a train In Montana A Negro was shot to pieces by a mol near Mlddendorf S C after breaking away from his captor and running 300 yards The Electrical Vehicle Equipment Company factory In Brooklyn wai destroyed by tire entailing a loss of 100000 Mn J R Coats who had been act log strangely for some time committed suicide by Jumping Into the Ohio rivet at Paduoab Fire at Tuxedo Park NY destroyed a residence worth 11000000 and Jewels valued at several hundred thousand dollar It Is estimated that the casualties from the country celebration of tbo fourth of July reached 62 killed and SOIO Injured Near Badly Warren county Chas Key was ibot and Instantly killed by Prod Soott during a quarrel over a game of cards The names of those who helped to save lives In the Slocum disaster are being secured and will be sent to Emperor William Gen Joseph H Lewis former Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals and a distinguished Confederate soldier died In Scott county Tho Louisville it Nashville shows gross earning of 30872216 for the year ended In Juno an Increase of II 422S83 compared with 1903 Daniel J Sully S Co made a new proposition to the flrme creditors The offer Is to paY40 cents on the dollar and defray all legal expenses Ben Johnson a prominent oltitin of Pike county and reported to bo worth 1100000 was arrested on the charge of violating the Internal revenue law Ono person was killed one fatally hurt and a score of others Injured In a beadon collision on a branch of the Reading railroad near Philadelphia In self defense after be bad been badly beaten Fred Belbaeh a Pitts burg policeman mortally shot Bd Kel ly one of a crowd that bad attacked himTwice deported byCUIieot Alliance a Telluride Col merchant has again raturnad to his home He was alleged to have acted as floanolal agent for the Miners Union- Returning from a trip to Aid the woman with whom he had been living mtwlng a 5r Louis man met her on the airaat out her throat with a ranor and tbs attempted suicide President Mayer of the Weaiarn Federation of Miner has been taker to Denver where he will be permitted to tarnish 810000 boed to answer the charge of alleged complicity In the Victor riot A b onsaboat belonging to JOB WII son was blown up by dynamite near Lawrenoeburg Ind and his wife and oblld are mlaalDg A search Is being made for Wilson as ho had recently quarreled with his wife At a plank at Ball Knob School house McCraokan county Henry flax ter was shot nil perhaps fatally Injur ed by his eon Dillon Baxter The met were partlelpailng In the dance when a difficulty arose between them The young man ared three shots two ol them taking effect In his tethers body Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding all that It done by boAtla of health and charitably Inclined potions the death rate among small children is very high during the hot weather of summer months in the large cities There la not probably ono case of bowol oomplalut In a hundred however that could not be cured by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank lUggs of Franklinvllle N Y In speaking of this remedy said I have found It expedient to have a supply of Chamber lalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem oily on band It has been a family safeguard and while especially beneficial to children it Is equally good In adult cases recommend it cheerfully and wlthout reservaUon For sale by all druggists To the Worlds Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rlneareon G P A Cincinnati O 0 E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Du W B PENNY has moved his of Ice from tho Price building on Main Street to the rooms over Center COII store Danville News I LANCASTER The Logan Dry Goon Co offers lit took for sale and there Is probability of It being bought by four Lancaster young men The Sweeney building now being used as a Rest Room will not be rented by tbo W 0 T U for the com log year Tho room will be used for business and the W C T U will find quarters eiowhero G M Patterson and J T Williams are going to Wyoming to be present at the drawing of government lands If they are lucky Lancaster will love two good citizens and there will be left vacant two business positions that some men will be fortunate In filling The harvest season lean Much whoa has been cut and now the thresh ing has begun Tbe first delivery of the season brought SOo per bushel Tbe crop this year promises to be mon ex cellent and though the acreage Is leIS than usual the crop will be about an averageMr Mr Wm Anderson cele brated their golden wedding Wedner day at their pretty home on Danville Ave Many friends and relatives and all of their children were present The gifts were many and handsome the supper was beautifully served anti the occasion a very happy one The vacancies In the public school have at last been filled The board of trustees appointed Rev Ellis who recently has taken up his residence here and Is pastor of the Baptist ohurcb to the position of teacher In the llth and lath grades Miss Olivia Sweeney will fill the place vacated by Miss Alice Henderson Carlton Elkln attended tbo elegant reception given Tuesday evening by Miss Woods ot Stanford Mrs Eugot la Dunlap Potts came over from Lex ington to attend the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs Anderson Mrs Jasper of Winchester Is the guest of Mn Wm Anderson Mrs Ellen Poor at tended the Faokler golden wedding In Dinvllio Misses Renaker of WIn- chester are ibn attractive guests of Miss Mary Thompson Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson have returned from the I St Louis fair John Anderson has I gone to Texas where be will make home His many friends were sorrybleI to see him leave ofIJudge W F Owsley formerly Cumberland county but now living with his daughter MM H H Grant In Loulevllle settled through the American Bonding Companythe judgment of 26000 which was returned against him by the eourt of appeals In fiyor of his daughterinlaw Mrs Sallie Owsley of Burkesvllle Mrs W F Owsley Jr asked for a settlement of trust which she bad given In charge of Judge Oweley atbe time of her mar riage to hla eon Judge Owsley resist ed the settlement on the ground that Itbe property had passed Into the pro prietorship nf his son and that be bad nosed as the ocact for his son aid not as she iruMe of his daughierlnlaw He aleo claimed that In a settlement with Ma eon he bad liquidated all claims Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Years of SufferIng I wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy says Mrs Msttlo Burgc of Hartlnsvllle Va I suffered from chronic diarrhoea far 10 years and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any permanent relief Lest summer ono of my children WM taken with cholera mocha and I procured a bottle of this remedy Only two do were required to give her entire I then decided to try the medicine my self and did not use all of one bottle boo tote I was well and I have never since been troubled with that complaint One oonnot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy iI for sale by all druggists The oldest living Confederate veter an Is G W Bradley wisp was born In LyDohburg Va June 3 1S07 The an niversary of his birth falls on the same day as does that of Jefferson Davis and the aged citizen this year observed the occasion at Nashville Ho Is an Inmate clan infirmary near Houston Texas where he Is woll known to Confederates and others and is very popular Mr Bradley made an excellent record In 1 tbo war In spite of his great ago h- Is an expert fisherman and frequently loins fishing parties on their trips to 1 salt waterWorking Night and Day I The busiest and mightiest little thin that ever was made is Dr Kings Now Life Pills These pills change weak ness into strength listlessness into ener gy brain fag into mental power Theyre woDcJtrfull in building up the health Only 26c per box Sold by G L Peony Nancy May charged with murdering Alice Smith In Knox county was giv en 10 years In tbo penitentiary Cool Clothes For Hot Weather TwoPiece Suits in all the new fabrics Homespuns Crash Etc Blue Serges in Odd Coats and Coats acct VestsrLinen and Duck Trousers p We can help you to keep comfort able this Summer if youll let us poe- T 0 IfflLLEB Danville KB THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Suo Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks anti Harve Steward porter 1 GOO i 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 ono for tho entail sure 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 plumb f iogwork lone on mart notice anti sntisfactlou guaranteed Pkone No 116 1 r S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky 1 Druggist Confidence y eeConfidenceno fear of mistakes is what wo have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATE RIALS nre our stock in trade When you want things done right whon you want puro drugs when you are tired i of taking ohnncos 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 KontuckyTGO TO IW B McRoberis FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGISTI LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTSt I UtTH f j On July 15th the GRAND LEADER will be a thing of the past in Stanford On the above date wer I will move everything left from this sale We would rather sell than move it and are going to offer to the good people of Stanford and Lincoln county the grandest feast of bargains ever before attempted in this or any other time Remember its only for 15 days Why not save money by attending this Removal 1- I Sale Profits we dont want We must sell Saving to you will be great Nothing exchanged i nothing charged no goods sent out on approval Dont ask it charged Save yourself being refused 1 WC C XR EC E G C IS1 i Brqwu silk sad wool Fancy drew goad 10 inches wide was 1 removal I Bale price 80c yawl Solid colored Cashmerq all wool 88 iiicbos wide sold at 50c sale into yardh Mohairs C6 inches wide black and grog sold at C6c salo price 38c yard Finest finish voiles in bluo and cream color sold at 660 nalo price 880 yd Ono piece of fine black figured voile sold at 81 yard sale price 29o yard Cc Lawns all kinds soiling out sale prico 4c yard 124c Lawns all kinds selling out sale price Go yard 20c Lawns all kinds selling out sale price 91c yard 25c colored Swisses goat lOc yard i lOc dress Ginghams go at G4c yard 12c dress Ginghams go at 7c yard if20cdress Ginghams go at 12io yard b w i 4 y E C part of the Fifth district should not for get that mass of the party will be held at the county seats of the eeveral the dis trlct on August 2 1004 to to the district con ventlon which will be held at ton on Aujr 4th to nomi nate a for judge of the court of the time Tues day August 2nd at 1 oclock P JI Place court house TIlE met In St Louis and after a cession of two hours and 60 minutes until 10 oclock to give the time for their work John Sharp the chair man spoke at great length and his speech was the heard In many years The on with Senator Daniel of Vir ginia as A ti of 11 was to the va rious drafts of a has no oo the subcom mlttee A poll of the show ed at least 33 of Its are con The on rules voted down a to abolish the rule a vote for a Hon Champ Clark of has been e after Senator Bailey of Tex as and others bad the honor and he will wield the gavel when the gets down to The on was to have last night and the will be made today It looks like Mr Parker of New York will be nominat ed on the first ballot Turner or Wash ington will likely be his mate TUB Herald Is In the mid die of a lit of that it wants to render a great Birvlce to the party It deslrea Mr W P bead cut off as pur agent of the Bouses of lteform and who will buy from and stores that better can be The trouble Is this The Herald Is losing some of Its to the and la sore because of it and of Its Is noth log undone In its dirty fight against Editor Walton the Herald claims to do for the good of the party should keep all eves open for It Is then that that paper Is to deal democ racy the severest blow can TUB Mercer admit that lion Helm carried but say tney had to have the county They It but arent they of such TUB of the moment Is what did Gilbert get out of the jick pot for Col Moores friends rob lion Helm of Gar rard county The public waits for TUB death of Gen Joseph H one of the men o the State from the of action As judge and citizen he his part mourns the loss ofi him Ollie James was elect ed of the at the St Louis The with the of Senator U for Gov for S of has been an ser of the The Social Labor Party In In New York City a and to attend the annual picnic of the After two persons for the the of the Na tlonal Party IIan tion of decided at St Louis to Indorse the of E Watson of and Thomas H Tibbies of were for and vIce presi dent by the In con ventlon at The J A of on his way to St Louis where he will attend the Mr Sullivan was a In the recent district atShel which mak ing a Mr said that he bad had no his own and do he bad sought such a result In any way On the be said a to break the by use of his name and to trans fer votes to him to make his certain was made to him and later and that bo prompt ly refused to permit It to be done for the reason that ho was a to the for Mr Helm who was still before the and who expects to enter a pri mary should one be called Mr Sulli van also said that he had not announc ed himself a for two years hence Courier Journal IN The wife of J O Russell le dead at of James of Tut tie county Is dead Elsy Wilson died In Adair from the effects of being thrown from a horse In Leslie county Mrs May was to 10 years moot fur killing Alice a 16 vearold girl of whom Mrs May was yardI idye white tine goes at Vie yawl 51 silks all colors go at 50c yard 15c whito for waists or goes at Ho yard50oblack China silks go at 2ie yard 20c white for mists or goes at lOo yard 13Jc ribbed veu go dt 8c each r 85o dross blaok and colors Boos nt lOc yard 8fie ladies black Title go at IHc pair pairBostdrop stitch black hose go at lOu pair wore 8125 12 to 3 now 890 85c bed go at 54o each Mens cairns the 8160 kind now Si kid sizes only lit go at 45o all MoreStans fino vici kid woro 250 now 8180 t b 85c go at ISc nrl1 Mans fino kid were 88 80 now SS18 26c go at 13Jc Tan shoes were 8380 now 8220 860 now 21c garmollt7ceach I is too small to enumerate many bargains for Again we with a little imoney home goods than ever purchased for money before Cheaper than wantsExtraGRAND LEADERSTANFORD Owsley Block Dont forget place2 doors below postof6ce NIWALTON APPELLATE COURT CONVEN ofthis Appellate conventions counties comprising Tuesday appoint delegates Lexing Thursday candidate appeals Remember democratic National convection Wednesday adjourned yesterday morning committees Representative Williams temporary greatest committee resolutions organized chairman subcommittee appointed consider platform Kentucky committee members eervatlves committee proposition requiring twothirds nomination Missouri selected permanent chairman declined convention business committee credentials reported nominations running Lexington jealousy Imagining democratic Walton1 chasing somebody substituted republican mugwump claiming bargains secured advertising patronage Lexington Democrat jealous successful leaving Whenever anything democratic democrats preparing people Harvey Garrard ashamed wholesale robbery question helping Harvey patiently Information Lewis- removes grandest sphere lawyer actedwell Kentucky POLITICAL Congressman chairman Kentucky delegation convention Kentucky delegation exception Blackburn Beckbam vicepresident- W Kaltenbacker Shelbyvllle appointed assistant geantatarms National democratic convention natlpnal convention adopted platform adjourned organization nominating presidency convention Liberty organiza Negroes candidacy President RooseveltThomas Georgia Nebraska nominated president populists National Springfield platform OmaISullivan Richmond passed through National convention delegate Eighth convention byville adjourned without nomination Sullivan conference wltbany concerning nomination nledltbat contrary proposition deadlock agreeing enough nomination renewed delegate convention Instructed convention candidate Congress COUNTIES ColumbiaThe Hammond Wayne Nancy sentenced Imprison JealousJ Organdy quality TnHetn goods drones figured goods dreos Ladies lining hoary luorceriiod gloves OOL- 85o Childrens Oxfords spreads oxfords DiGrLadies gloves am17t oxfords Hamburgs patent oxfords Hamburgs yardlions underwear garment the here you say come and take more you the same KY the TION- Thellemocrats representation competltorlt Congreeeman NEIGHBORING Wayne county will have a fair this year The date has rat as yet bra set bat It Is an assured fu- Tile Casey County Teaohers Insti Wee Is In session at Liberty Prof J C Wlllu of Lexington lit Instruotor Judge Charles E Pattoeon of the thle ington Is dead at Campbellsvlllw ot heart and brain trouble Lee Han bought the brlek storehouse occupied by Salleo Bro old Woodcock corner of Mr nOblnson1- of Mississippi at about 13000 A 110 000 hotel and summer resort is talked at Mill Springs A stock company Is forming to build a big hotel at Monti cello It ought to prove a gold mine Somerset Journal The remains of Mrs Jennie Bright who died at the home of her daughter Mrs Luella Peacock In Paducab were brought to Danville and Interred Mrs Bright was a former resident of this city but hadbeen making her homo with her daughter for several years She was 03 years old About 10 days ago she was stricken with paralysis and gradually grew worse She was the widow of the late Benry Bright Ad vocate LUMBER WANTED I headingslumberprice at Moreland D II 0 Peyton FOR FANCY GROCERIES Candles Fruits Etc call on E 9 Iayne Crab Orchard Ky Oardr made Ice and Reel meats always on han- dSAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We have lust re solved U cars coal and will soil ata reduced price of from 2 to 3 cents on bushel cheaper than In 00 days from above date KINO k OOX Moreland Ky Olympian Sulphur Springs sear Mt OpenJuly F M SIMS Pror The water contains lnl 6 gralusof solid matter to the gallon consisting principally of calcium sulphate sodium sulphate ana odium chloride with some carbon ate magnesium sulphate potassium sul phate sod a truce of lithium sulphate The water also contains OaS grain of hydrogen sulphide to the gallon Hefurence lr 1 8 Humphrey Hart welt Dr liertle Carpenter Uuctonvllle Urs J V Ieyton J O Carpenter and W n McltoborU Stanfor- dEVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my lite I feet confident in saying 1 represent one of tho best tailoring firms in the country With toy experience in taking measures and directors I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same ta inex perienced men who ate in toe business cheviotI J k a NOTICE 1 I ar sow really to beadle bolter In any qaantltv Will y oath or goott for all blo4ot produce at stacks price ri aM- uhest h mind all mod maul be paid for before toavlar tfcc MM e W P IIKADtSUAW Tarnsrsvine Farm For Sale I I Ot aeeomt of inbvaltb I desire ti tnprivately mr torn of 170 acre imated la edge ot HaMOBvllIe Good Iniprovrmenu fruit siever falling water Will Melt ae whole or divide Snail house oo lower part O B nAHNBT- TlUstoavlllr Ky R A JONESDENTIST J Stanford Ky Cifflre In Myers lIule Parlor Phone tt u Sooson of IOO4 Crab Orchard Springs Kentuckys Most Dillghtful Summer Resort Four Hotels Capacity 600 Guests Famous CrabOrchardSprlngB- At the heated term approaches the thought arliei whore shall I o to eek rest and quiet and find pleasant days and cool nlchuT Thl can be answered Grab Orchard for nearly a century has proven a model Summer resort and this season prom Ilea to be the best In Its history There health and happiness can always be found The days are never oppressively warm while the nights ure delightfully pleasant from June till October ous Orchard water from which Is made Grab Orchard Salts Sulphur Ohaly beate Magnesia etc all now from large springs close to the SprIngs hotel A new- Epsom Well has been and the use of the Sulphur Woll at depot has been se cared The Table Neither money nor palm will be spared to make the table the best to be found In Ken lino cattle mutton pork and poul try fattened on the Springs farm not cur pustled anywhereImprovements Tho Springs buildings have all been tm proved paint and paper have been liberally used The grounds lire In the very pink of condition and precentascene lovely to behold jnst now All of the walks have been Also a complete Job of plumbing just about completad from top to bottomSociety and Amuaemento Grab Orchard Springs has long boon noted for thIS homelike feeling that pervades the entire place The ceremonial edicts or fashionable life are laid aside while each Individual promotes his or her own happiness In contributing to tho happiness of others Rates The rates are very low considering the excellency of the service For 18 to 110 per week delightful rooms and splendid taro can bo obtained Season Opened June 1 The season June lat and all dur- Ing the Summer a splendid band of music will bo In attendance Per further partleulars address v v J B WIlLIS Manager i Crab OrchardKy The last retting place of your departed erection of suitable Monumen be of exclusive and artistic design material and of per feet workmanship carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbloand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS dF SON Lexington Ky TRY A PAIR OF OUR SHEARSAUllpair er YOUR MONEY Wo have right and loll hand Scissors Kmbroldory Buttonhole Ovalor tqiinro edge Shear tho largest neeortitiont nor in town Call and too thorn OStanford We Still Have In Stock A Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very lowy pricesII WeE Perkins Orchard Ky Stanford Male And female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY First begins Monday Sept 1004 The members of our Faculty are all expe thepointWo earnestly solicit tho coopiratlon of all who are Interested In educationalwork 08CAK ALLIS 1h n Principal UMBRELLASI Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a snail amount tramprepalrorstrial IJUNK ones by the a Let It best We Crab term 5 cure r H I dan the NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP I DaughortyblackImlth andwoodOlvQnlQ itime I lot of lumber ot all kinds BAKER WALLS i af i h I i I T KY Jnv t OUR Is iO ward a Modern and Solentlf 16 Your pro whoa trusted to our care will be tiled Just a your doctor has order edi with ooly tbo drugs and only by a and ponon Peony Drug Store Ky MR JOHN LEE ELKIN of wee hero MRS J E to Lou I Miss Kma who bat been 111 U J E U at Miss ALICE U Mrs L O Aleorn at f Mus MARY D BRYAN U very lit at the home of Mr J L Totten Miss ANon of li the guest of Mn Lucy MIss STKLLA will begin at White OAk next P K KBMl and ar 4 rived from Miss SXJUA U at horae freta a visit to friends Mne MARY KLLBK u back Irom a volt to frleod u Part 1 Mm EUZA BUAIK ad MlM Lloole WMI M of Orb kat bsm with James MIM SiniR U bask trots a rlilt to hr deter at AUU of Ml Vtr MB was the guest of Mr Olio Brown tItS W T SMJTU to Mid whh Mrs 0 A TUBS day MR QUO D U at Crab Or J bard the was tens MR Q D of n wee with his Mr Jamtt I Wblto MYIRS has return ed from a vlilt to Mr W J Yager In Mil wife and child ren of are guests atMr W M who U at JoiMil ALEX epb Price tor U ill went to J to law with Judge t family of were guests of Mr and Mr ttd AUfJLH are their Mr R L Berry at MIsS AUSTIN Is In at Mrs the New Bengo Hotel Miss Erne CURD of Ka ts her uncle Mr W P at MISSES DESSIE of Lanes of Lytle are er and Clara with Miss Pearl JOUN It taking a tow days rest Mid D Is Oiling his In the ELD B J It a trip the In the In tercit of M of tho Lex the party Ington given by Mies Salllo Wood MISS ANNA waa of tho at theII II the Club withof tbo Dish Mrs John S A B wont to to tor oil wells Ho and Mr S P Gray of this place have formed a in tho Mr and man Mr and Mrs JE Edna and Leota en Hattie of aro r the ItUClt8 of Mill Salllo Miss who has just from the High School ta a- very girl and has been tho of much her visit FOR RENT Now house of seven street W B 0room on t 1J n ONE DAY MORElFor the accommodation of some our customers we will add MONDAY county court day July 11th to our great CUT PRICE SALE Bring your CASH We will sendI you home with more goods than you ever bought in your life for ONE DOLLAR i SEVERAIfCE SONTANFORDIrTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD 8190 special attention directed complete Prescription Department sirhnlon competaot registered Stanford PERSONALS Lebanon Tuesday PORTMAN returned tvIlltjTuesday WARREN convalescing UOLMAN visiting LTags Drodbead ALCORS visiting Greensburg HOLLAS Somerset Mobley McCUkKY Monday ltsLvMiti children yesterday DlrmlHgba TOTTKN delightful Indiana DCODKKAK Vtaatey LaxlQgMHi yesterday JOttril COLUMt Orchard GeoQI Artrtw SACMDBH CampbelltrllU- MlM THOMSON returned ilotboro Peyton IIOWjaR drinking heahbRlrinc BARBR ItenOdaughter 001lB8 PLORRKOK Leatsvllte WJABHR Louisville Bright TRALOu Infirmary treatment critically IlLHDSOB BAILEY Liberty yesterday praetlee JBoyteStoneMlt WiumsoNand Liberty Wilkinson MlSSBS COOPBRASD FBLAND visiting sister Sharpsburg FANNIE visiting Clarence Sllllman Danville Lawrence visiting Steventon Maywood LANUAM Sboarln Campbell LASLEY George Florence position poitoOlco PINKERTON making through mountains CarapbellHagerraan College Lexington SIIELTON SAUKLEY Democrat attended Taylor Tuesday evening TRIUIILE awarded souvenir occasion meeting Chafing Baughman Advocate MAYOR FLORENCE Burkavtllo Wednesday contract drilling drilling business MnANDMR8ELDUDDERARof Birmingham BlerachMlss Hoffman Whitton Bloracb Louisville Dodderer Hoffman graduated Louisville attraotlvo attention during boroBLOCALS Lancaster Bannon CRLRRV plant DOW really John ChrUnwo Stanford W H IIiaoiNB rftoeivad yswterday another oarload of Old Hickory wet one I Tim tax book are ready Pleat call and pay your taxes M S Baugh man sheriff J H CARTER ha sold to D V Ken nedy his flouring mill In the Weitern part of Stanford for 13000 FOR KENT Tbolittle room on Lancaster Street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky FOR SALE Cottage of five room ball and nice veranda Large barr etc Place must be told For partic ulan tee L R Hughes Stanford SIX or coven young bloodhounds by Mlllllclns cbamlon dogwith 200 sue cessful trail to his credit for talc M S Baughman Stanford Ky TUB wife of Mr L G Parsons form erly of Rowland is dead In Louisville Mr Purioni le a traveling freight agent for the Louisville d Xaibvllle railroad r II JCLY lit ka OOOM and neat and ouI have not paid your aeaoaut at this of des If you have MI don to by Monday Duct oouBly court day plea call ud seufe BOLD oCTTUr Theme Moioalf bat told fat property at Zioa City 111 lor- a profit of 6800 aod will rvwiro to Ke a pesky to live ae bas be stele for some lime- MAYOR A B FU U HCB asks HI to say that his drllltog business will not interfere with his otlt tat duties as may or aod that he wilt H hwaat sash meet leg of Ute olty ooaooll Tuft tookholde1l of The Oambar land Valley Lead Co will meet at their oQloe In Staaord Ky Wadooeday morning July SO 19W at 9 ooloek to eltot nine dtreoiori Immediately after which the board leoted will be organ land J S Booker Secretary PHlriLEOBS FOR BALK The Crab Orchard Pall k Rating Aiioclatlon of lets tbe following privileges for tale Dining room laooh counter soft drink peanuts popcorn candy fruit and cigars Apply at once W D Wallln secretary Date of fair July 72S2O 2t TEVIS Mr N lE Tevii whowa In the mercantile business heroeorae36 or M years ago died at Pulton Uo tail week and the remain were brought to Richmond and Interred Ho was 70 year old and left a wife and four JrOWD children ills eon Mr Charles C Toy ii aooorapanled tbo remains to this State and name on to Stanford whereto spent a few days- Tl1Eannounoement of Mr A W Carpenter for Congress on the prohibi tion ticket appears In another column Mr Carpenter Is one of Lincoln county most solid cltUenta well as ono of her clovercit gentlemen He IB a hard worker for tho prohibition party and a Iran believer In its principle Of courio bo does not expect to be elected but ho laya ho loves to sight for what ho deems right whether howln or not Ho will likely have no opposition for the nomination and should have none PLEASANT OCCASION Mis Salllo l ylor Woods who is entertaining a gay house party of college friend of which tho following are members MUsea Verne Kannsth and Blanche Monti of Louisville Mlnorva Embry Lexington Elizabeth Allen Millers burg and Misses Engloman and Baugh man of this place gave a most delight ful garden party Tuesday evening complimentary to them The guests wero Impressed with the beauty of the country home as they approached the well Illuminated lawn whero seats had been arranged In overy available place for their pleasure and comfort After having spent several hours most pleasantly on the lawn they repaired to the dining room wbero oleaant refresh ments were served Tbe dining room was pretty Indeed the largo mahogany table being decorated with cut glass vases of daisies and gold candelabra with whlto candles and yellow shades Miss Woods was assisted In entertain ing by Mr and Mr Rowan Saulloy Mlsaes Sue Woods and Pearl Burnsldo and Messrs Thomas Shanks and Will Embry Miss Bessie T Engleman prodded at the frappo bowl Y ia CARLOAD rub lime at W H Ulg gloV V borrow 81000 on good property Notify ttjls office at once ONLY 1160 to Cincinnati and return over the K 0 Sunday Train leaves Stanford at 6 A M MRS BBLLE AUSTIN laid her house and lot on Dint Street to lobo Beoge of Danville Price private New stock of dollar eteand lace hose just received Come to us for the latest and best John PJ Jones ALL mustpaidfor when delivered during the month of July Dtnvllle Steam Laundry EJ Wllkln Biu agent T WILL have a carload of good young despot and tee them E H Beazley StanfordLoSTIn Monday a brown leather purse containing two gold rings and other valuable Finder will please return to this ofllce and receive re ward I Teachers Institute The Lincoln County Teacher Insti tute was called to order by Supt Garland Singleton Tuesday morning Rev P J hose conducted the devo Uoeal exerolwith Mill Elizabeth Lay ut the organ Supt Singleton ModolitB xoellcfit opening address in whteh he tn otton d too Improvemtnu la the pablle school system sloe the last lattltUM After this be Introduc ed Prof R S Enbaok as instructor Prof KubiBk ooodiMtcd the Instltnt In 1003 and was unanimously chosen to oollduot this Institute He Is an all round school man HI heart Is In his work and he 1s well read and keeps up with tbe progress of legislation on tbe subject of schools Prof Eubank made an Interesting address OB the subject of future legislation on three important objects tending to tbe further Im provement In our school system 1 The trustee system Ho advocat ed a magisterial trustee board consist logof one paid trustee from eaob school district to select teachers for schools In caeb magisterial district- S The county or magisterial unit with regard to taxes for the purpose of extending tbe school terms to eight or nine months Mason and Scott coup ties aro the only ones In Kentucky that tow have such systems 3 The petitioning of our Congressmen to help Kentucky cot pay for her public land grant as have several of tho Northern and Western States MIll Stella MoClary was elected sec retary with Prof E L Grubbs assis ant The following committees were ap pointed by Supt Singleton Commit too on program Prof J L Bosley chairman Prof W T White Miss Kato Bogle Prof E L Grubbt Prof J A Hays Committee on resolutions T J North cbrlrman Prof O B Fallls K G Martin Committee on entertainment Miss Georgia Lewis chairman Misses Stella McClary Blanche Vandeveer Tbe following teachers are present Mrs Nettle Humphrey Mrs Mary Cochran Mrs Alice Philips Miss Lu tlo Gooch Mrs R S Eubank Mrs ET Carter Misses Minnie Caldwell Georgia Lewis Annie MoKInney Antic McKee Elizabeth Lay Mary Carter Ora Williams Isabel Ross Viola Brady Evelyn Carson Rebecca Mul Ice Stella Hubble Laura Dye Francis Adams Alma Goocb LIulo Pettus Bertha Novell Fannie Spears Blrdlo Goocb Stella McClary Blanch Vande veer Mary Wilson Maggie Traylor Maranda McKcnalo Mrs Lola B Hart Lula Hopkins Rachel Slier Esther Burch Mrs E L Grubbs Messrs J L Bosley E L GrubbsE Gilliland IG Martin L G Singleton W T White M Mulllns Caleb Newell J A Hays Took D Lay M G Colson F L Dye Elberson Jones Owen Dur ham T J North S A Sandldge Hen drlcks Hays W B Hubble W L Scott Bradford Warron John Ware Androw Hasty George Florence On motion Dr Fallls and E N Todd wore elected honorary members of the Institute Prof J L Bosley made a short ad EduI i After dinner the subject of Psychol ogy and Pedagogy was taken up and I was dlMussed bv Messrs Ware Now ell Faille Bosley North Mulllns Dr Singleton Miss Spears and Mrs Phil lipsThe subject of Rtadlne was Intro duoed by Mrs Eubanic and dIsGuIsed by Miss Georgia Lewis Prof Eubank and Bosley WEDNRSDAY The devotional exercises were con ducted by Ray O M Huey He made quite an Interesting and Instructive ad dress to tbo teachers giving them a great deal of good advice Miss Kato Walton Waters presided at the organ The subject of Reading was resumed by Miss Laura Dye and discussed at length by Prof E tbank and Mr Scott aided by Mesdamet Eubank and Phillips Mr Colson and the Instructor cussed diacritics and curiosity on the part of the child to find out the un known Attention was very ably Introduces and discussed at length by Prof E L 3rubbi followed by Miss Annie Mc Kinney in a mot helpful and Instruct ive talk The subject of Arithmetic wad ably handled by Mrs Cochran WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MU Minnie Sine entertained tbo teaehere with a well rendered vocal solo Sne Will heartily encored and sang In response My Old KentuckyBome Tho subject of Language was Intro dUlled by E Gtllllaod and discussed by Mr Humphrey Miss Dnnn Mr Ware and Prof Bosley and Eubank On mo tion Dr Shelton was made an honor ary member of tbe Institute Dr Shelton took part In tbe discussion of Ian guage Miss Stella McClary and Mrs Pbllllpi dlecnseed story telling to child ren Sir White wished to discourage rather than to foster the reading of ex citing stories on the part of children Dr W B OBannon also discussed the subject Tbe benediction was pro nounced by Dr Sbelton After recess Dr Shelton gave tho Institute the beneflt of his experience on the subject of Psychology The In itruotor made an able address In favor of the Normal Department of State College of which Prof R N Roark Is Dean He recommended this school to those teachers who wish a firstclass certificate or a State diploma He fat lowed this up with a splendid talk of the subject of Psychology We never forget anything ho save He dwelt especially on tbe subjects of Memory and Imagination THURSDAY MORNING Dr Shelton conducted the religious exercises dwelling especially on wis dom Miss Stella Hubble presided at the organ The Institute was favored with a vocal solo by Miss Kate Waters which was warmly encored by the teachers Our Instructor Prof Eubank made an Instructive talk on the subject of Miss Water solo Tell Mother Ill Be There comparing the profession of teaching now with that of olden times Tbasubject of Formal Language and written work was Introduced by Miss Ora Williams Dr Singleton Mrs R S Eubank Mr George Florence and J L Bosley and Dr Shelton discussed It The subject of Faculties of Reflec tion was Introduced by Miss Isabel Ross and discussed by Miss Annie Mc Kee Mr Newell and Miss Viola Brady TOR subject of Arithmetic was Intro duced by K G Martin and discussed by Mrs Cocbran Tbe Instructor ex plained square root with the help of Mr Martin AFTERNOON Tho choir sang a song with Mies Kate Waters at the organ The teachers were entertained with a solo by little Muse Lucy Lee Walton She respond ed to the encore by singing In Tbe Good Old Summer Time Miss Min ole Sine recited The Wars First Vic- tIm In a creditable manner for which the was encored heartily Grammar was Introduced and ably discussed by Took D Lay Mrs Goocb M Mulllns and Caleb Newell Tbe Institute was pleasantly enter abed by Mr Hasty with a vocal solo Putting on Stylo On motion Rev Hagln of the Christian church was made an honorary member The subject of Will and Habit was Introduced by Miss Hubble and dis cussed by Mr Ware Rev Hagln Mr White Dr OBannOn Rev Begin mado a good talk on Strength of Char acter Miss Rebecca Mulllns Intro duced tbo subject of Development of the Will and it was discussed by T J North Dr OBannon and Rev Hagln Mr K G Martin discussed How do New Summer Suits I- eme Choice Patterns Stylishly Made Garments CrashesFlannels Blue Serges t6Seo tho now Double Breasted Styles W I J- CUMFIIN5 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 t All new and uptodate H J McJOJ3J5JTSStanford Kentucky THE CRAB ORCHARD x FAIR AND RACING I ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING JULY 273 DAYS Show Rings in the forenoon and Running Trotting and Pacing Races in the afternoon Everbody invited and expected R H BRONAUGH President W D WALLIN Secretary we Increase our will power Mr T streDJrtheolourare odious or 6bjeottooable Ho was answered In the afflrmailva tfhe In structor asked If any man deserves credit for being a good man Dr 0 Bannon answered that n man who overcomes an hereditary tendency to do wrong deserves more credit for be ing a good man than done the man who has not Inherited It This was discuss ed by Rev Begin Mr Newell and Mr White BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pont In Connection Ee D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford TotOld Point Comfort and tho 1 SEASHOREc THURSDAY JULY C4 12 From Lexington Ky ltli SHE JNTEKIORJOVRNAL- r Snlered n the poilofflce at Stanford at t Uiindclau mailer oryb1LLaTuooaeyatd 3ix sV- T 1 PER YEAR CASH win btehsndor wmn not topiamaoo I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION North 111 p m 24 Tlnf 28DamII 028II II 12 17 a m a 25II co123SpmNoz3II NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBTOSEfcSJNPron JUNCTION CITY a KY i rirstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale J H IOONE A CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service Rt Reasonable Rates Also Dealers InStreetCall on us on Depot Coal Jesse W Sweeney raorulrron Livory Food paid Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses weUfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Patl Traylor DIALTB IK Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter Oloss to DepotSTANFORD KY but the buattention NothingPrompt aniS polite receivecr telegraph ordersto drink phone prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shades lace tack curtain poles pictures frames screens tablespartoUt doors glasspaste chairs wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon iers folding beds washing machine wring ers wall paper carpet paper trunks tele scopes carriage house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTIO- NMORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 0 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kontucky All peJll0I111 wUhtng to buy or sell farms will do well to see UI we have a number of One Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be to show anyone what we hare If you desire to tell place it In our hands Office at Boone s Livery Stable Stanford Ky I RBhtaho Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in ooantiee ol incoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance again Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the- atronlIIt and best OldLine Oom panic reprwenjed and the low est pi rates are guaranteed Phone b- 3Stanford Kent- uckyLIVR TROUBLES p Iflnd TbedfordaDtaekDraugM a good imilicino for liver disease i spentNOOicine I takeMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act to our drticgiet and secure a package of Thedfords BlackDraught and take a dow toni This greet family I constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Tbedfordi Black Draught r will cleanse the bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid A torpid invites cods biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid nets re in Orights disease r which claims as many victims as consumption 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptin1 t ltackDraugbt excelPtWILLIAMblehead 11L THCDFORBS5LACK 2Uiiirs HARVEY HELM Of StMtori b a caneMilt fir Lope es Ie tills till district subset to the tees sf tilt decor crest ytyty HON D L MOORE el Mercer ceutjr ts a candidate flit cfS In tbeIElEhth 4Mrtct to MKtMj Hoc Q O Gilbert ject to tits settee of 1ht Desecrate petty Your sap pert It sareettty sotcnH Q G GILBERT Of SI Is ctoJUtta for CsugnubNd M HM actor o tile JssMcranc party R C WARREN It a cinJUite for Me of tile Lincoln County court tubjectts tie action ol the destocraUc pate THOMAS D NEVVALND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject ts the action ol the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It a caoaUate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject Is the action of tIle democratic party T JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Llnceln county subject to tIll action ot the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject tJ Iks action ol the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Ie the action ol the democratic party DINK FARME- RI a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to ttt action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for JaHer subject to the action ol the UoocriUc party W I HERRIN It a candUite fsr Jailer obJect II the tcttsn of the lemocrafe patio MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Ssptrtatendent at PoMk Schsels sf Lincoln County ssbject to the of the d w irttlc party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of PsMk Schools of Lincoln County subject ta the aCt Gf sf the demo cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON It a candidate for Assessor of LJncotn county sub feet to the action ol tile democratkprt- yGEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate tar Assessor el LIe aunty sub ject ts the acute el tbs desuqattc party D C ALLEN Iea swills a lot Assessor of Lmcem ceeMytseb ect to tke action of tt Deraoctitk pony EMMETT MCORMACK It a caaJMate for Assessor of UecokB ceeatr see led to the actto of lee deeMcraHc tarty W A CARSON Ie aCandMate frAssessor ef Urals CMnty sob ectto tile acttM ef tile demcratlc party E D KENNELY- It a caaJUate for Assessor of Uecele covety sstlecl b the action of the doeaocratk puny JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR I t a candidate for cottKtyaUoniey of Uncos navy mbject to toe Kttoa of tilt dwaocradc party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a wnJUmW fur tilt noatlMtkxi roe SUte SeNior In this district subject to tilt acton If the denocraUc party A W CARPENTER I i a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARr ERS HAIR BALSAM cr eD1 kmne 1M tut- Awp a Ir riall uNever Waite BHtoJre 1wOmakad IUe at is LI Beazley 6 Co j Undertakers and- Embalmers ALIODALUI FarnltnreAlattlnsaRajsThey kinds a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ a+ JYJCc MY TODSBTAESR EMBALMER And Doalear In- 2ABHESS SADDLEBT 0 j Stanford Ky MIDDLEBURG Olnronoo Coleman and wife of BUrnw aide attended the glorious fourth of July ut Jones Park Tbe 4th of July celebration that wa held at Jones Park was a success fromI start to finish Floe order wjia proservI ad Ii Is estimated that 2000 people came from several of the odjolnli counties to celebrate the glorious day At 10 oclock Prof Willie ooo of tbe most prominent teachers In Kentuck delivered an Interesting speech At 1030 the small contests came off Jobn HORUO won the pig race Mao Fojtle won the barrel race S Wilson aad Mao Fogle won the threolepKed race John Davis Jr won the slow mule race At 11 oclock the Mlddlebui and Liberty second base ball teama croaeeoybats The score was 12 to 5 10 favor ot the former team From lito 2 oclock there was a base ball game between the Hustonvllle and Mlddlebui Normal College teams The score wal 8 to 2 In favor of Hustonvllle The Mlddloburg band discoursed abundant of music for the occasion The tro hug race end oratorical contest wero cut out on account of rain PREACHERSVILLE Misses Fannie and Ella Thomptoi who have been quite sick are coova leecent Mrs Frank Gross Is very lick Mr Silas Anderson Is quite Ill Mat ter Russell Drown of Stanford Is vis Itlofj at D F Thompsons Thorn Coulter of Danvillevisited at J T Blngamane Misses Annie and EHz bath King of Norman Okla were viI lung at W H Cummins Mr Sebn tlan and wife of Garrard visited at Robert Hollxclawd Rev Jordan of the Methodu churob preached nt the Baptist churc Saturday evening at the request of Rev Carmlcal His sermon was flat as was also the discourse of Rev Mca on Sunday Rev Carmlcal preache Sunday evening Uood crowds wer In attendance On Saturday 16th the members of the Baptist church wm meet at Dripping Springs where they will spend the day It Is expected that Rev Carmlcal will deliver a sermo thereSTAPPDr John S Stapp who hal been for some months residing In hll oily with bis daughter Mrs McMahai peacefully departed this Illeon Sunday Brief services were held at the Chris Ian parsonage and the remains wer taken to Campbellsburg for burial Di itapp has spent a useful life Be WII a graduate of medicine but spent hll ife as an educator of the young He rounded a college at Campbellsbur sod his work In that community cc leered him to the people where hie rave and memory will ever be leept reen Dr Stapp taught a few year at Crab Orchard coming here to pee la the bosom of a devoted family am to fall asleep under the eve of lover ones All who were fortunate In know- Ing him hero unite la expressions of heir high esteem To the wife an blldren whatever there Is of coniola Ion In kindly sympathy Is offered by all acquaintances and friends of the I amily Somerset Journal FAIREST KIND OF OFFER- f Miona Does Not Cure Dy spepsia Get Your Money Baok at Pennys Zfau run no risk whatever la purelma ng tIll o nil Natures cue for dyspepsia I 01AlfAVTHB 1 hereby agree to refund tbe money paid for Mio oa on re turn of the empty boxes If the purchaser tells me that it has failed to cure dyspepsia or tom sob troubles This guarantee covers two GOo boxes or e a months treatment G L Penny Take Mlona for a month a 80c box mtains two weeks treatment and If It does not help you biioR back the eaptj oxee to Penny and lie will return your toncy in accordance wl h tbe guarantee Kentucky Fair Dates Tbe following are the dates axed for aiding the Kentucky fairs for 1901 ae- far as reported- Kirkevljle July 162 days Crab Orchard July 273 slays Danville Augaet3a days Harrodsburg August 03 days Lawrenceburg AugulLldl days Brodhead Aug 17 1810 Sbepbardsvllle Aug 28I days Shelbyvllle Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 241 days Somerset Aug 394 days NIoholBsvllle Aug 303 days Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 314 davs EHzabethtown Sept 64 days Hartford Sept 214 dan Georgetown Aug 00 days lor would cough nearly all night long wriles Mrs Clias Applegato of Alexan drla IndIand could hardly get any Ilcep I had consumption so bad that If I Walked a block I would cough fright fuliy sad spit blood but when all other icdiclncs failed three 8100 bottles of- Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price boa and 9100 Trial bottles free at Pennys drug store To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellato Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the i 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 ot criminal cases which have become a part nl the States history and at a mon critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construatbo Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Us proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and tbe exercise of franchisee under the law Row well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure tbe high position and clues to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL No Pity Shown IFor years fete was after me continu ouily writes F A Gullcdgc Verbena AlaIII had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklers Arnica Salve outed mr Equally Rood for Hums and all aches and pains Only 26e at Pennys Drug Store Produce Wanted I Will pat you the heat taarket price for eggs hens feather lank etc Call and to convinced at H II ortheottsStanford- Ky WANTED I I went to root or buy a Rood blacksmith shop In a good town or close to ono All kinds of work done Batltf action guaran teed Address A 0 fox II Stan KyTo Wheat Raisers I We will store In our warehouse and eleva for alto handle and take pn per taro of DecIsame tbe price delivered F O B at More land Station from the commission met ebanUoftrnetonltt0D SON Ilastonvllle Dr JeB Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky THE CALVERT Misa Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Aye St Louis A s micjc surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OQioTrr UoEoborti Store ID the Uwilt HolMftg Dr OSWilliams DENTIST All work guaranteed and es sonablo- Hustonvlllo Kentucky Have Your Buggy Painted It will eat you only M I use the best of pilot and raralsfccw and guarantee ay work to be nrstelaw Gall at shop on Som ernet street and see specimen of my work Iiouoe plnttDjt and prhanging cheep I and satlsfaetorlly dne J J BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH i hewing decided to quit the banry bet R IM I will sell for the sort M days at cost for oath a car load of Hagglea Surrey PstMUMsa end Ilickboarda also a lot of Hardens They are all tbe latest style and best make Part of the vehicles are rub bar tired Coatis scene and Ret a bar gala at once before they are all ROBS CURTIS QOVBR OrabOrcbard Ky I Administrators Sale As aisDisilstrator of the estate of J V Coffer deceased I wUI user for eale and with Use consent ot Joseph Ooffey their eo sire farm of as acres of as good land aa Is In the aunty with residence and all uecw nary utbulldlees I good barns 2 of them very large good fencing plenty of stock water all In grass eacept about M dots The farm lays well on the Hustouville and Daovllie pike In good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on O B Road If not sold before the Stb of September will then be yid to the Imlgheet l drat date 1 will sell personal property consisting of hay off of to acre seed off of 69 acre wheat off of Macros corn off of 11 acres I good work mutes 1 yearling mule 2 brood mares IS yearling cattle I binder 2 mowing mscLlnen 1 disc harrow as good us new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant or II Oliver Chill plows No 201 corn shell er S A harrows 1 hay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 bay frames oneh lf tutor est In 0 acres of tobacco 80 to 100 bushols of orchard grass seed 18000 tobacco sticks some old corn 1 buggy and harness 1 sad die bridle and biankeL 250 locust post for wire fence 100 white oak posts fur post rail fence 80 locust posts for rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 sil vet watch 1 farm roller 35 betrp brakes 3 cultivators 2 double shovel plows Anyone desiring to see the place can on me or Joseph Coffey on the place and we will show them Ith ploHsuro Sale will begin at 0 oclock sharp Also have 17 shares of turn stock In the Ulddloburg Liberty Turnpike ty shares of stock in the dleburg Cemetery Tutus The farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two year Itime with lien retained on land W A Correr Admr Tort Exauati Aft A LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK t CAPITAL STOCK JOOOO Directors J n Paxtoo J 0 Owile S II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Garter J n Poster L 0 Oooeh W II Cummins IIrljlbtIt W II Shanks Sublessors to The Partners flank Trust Company and under same canagfltaent continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Kyf Capital Stock 550000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In usa then reorganized as the National Rank of ta 1885 and again reorganised ai the First National IJaik of Stanford la 189S having had practically an fainter rupted existence It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact t promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers 8UANKSIresldsnt Offlotrs UoUOUEKTS Directors StanfordeRanchman I Talcum Powder IColgates Violet Eastmans- I Eastmans Crushed Roses I 25c Mennens 25c Dont suffer from the effects of heat when these I brands of Pure and Antiseptic Tai Powders be had I PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford C R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High Market Price for Country Pro ducerC R McCormack Hustonville The Kirksville Fair Friday and Saturday July 15 16 Dele heel surf eleel i s N Two pooa4s busier I N hated kaa I Loaf suit rwuIPlate bMt Two boutw IM aemade wtae I Gallon lee wean I OalJon nioe apple sfcerbel I White oak I Stnnge oake- Choootate I eiko I White JralteaUc a Illitck cake II StalllM mare or tt ldlag- Slullton II i year as d wader a le Stallion a jean cud usxtar I 20 Stallloa 4 ears and over fie Pbaeto under It haodt 10 Career ldingIyearsoldandreds s to- Me or geldlsig 1 years ut r 4 in- Wulklng MMe or ago 2ft mare or gelding shown to rockewayIISUM hank A Tn see- The obeys stake to be shown on Friday July II INI for best saddle stallion mare or t4tol say age of which 1100 Is reserv ed for consolation Fastest mare or gelding to be drive nit tines around fast ring 29 tees boy rider undir 11 man or gelding any age 26 Lady rider to SRCOND DAY IMle colt either tn In Mule 1 year old and under S lu Mole 2 years old and under 1 10 Mute a years and under 4 10 lalr mules any ago 15 Mule ang Ile 25 Share and colt either sex to Colt nmre gelding get of Itex Ar buckle I5 Marl or gelding four years and over M Pair mares or geldings to Harness mare 4 years old anti over M Harness guldlnr 4 yeannnd over so Cots regardless of sex 1 year IN IloaiUtor Mare or gelding any age SO Handsomest girl baby under t year 10 Handsomest girl baby 1 year old and under 2 10 Maro or gelding 2 and under a It Mare or gelding 1 years and under 4 to Stallion maro or gelding 1 year and under I IS Saddle stallion 2 and under S yours 10 Saddle stallion 3 and under 4 pars SO Stallion 4 years old and over aD Double team regardless of sex oolor or ownership 25 Stallion mare or gelding any ago loo Model stallion mure or gelding shown to halt r 10 Pitney turnout for road purposes 20 Fastest mule five tlmos around track 15 Mare or gelding 4 old and over 30 T J CURTIS President J D BIMMONSi Secretary S It J B OWSLEY Oaihlei W M umOIIT Ant Oasbliri E 4 J B HOOKER Presl BT iunm V Pres J J Ohr W II WEAIlENAsst Cbr j V lUId Danville B T Harris Stanford J B Hooker Stanford K L Tanner UcKlnney M D1 more Stanford B II tlauguman Stanfordi T P lUll Jas J H Stanford J 1 Stanford Ed OUter Stanford 15c I I cum can n est Oornbleed or Control Kentucky Real Estate fxchange TITLE COI Stanford XirAloe a H barrel mill In Mfroer coaoly Kjr OB Salt River Suskia power new up V date In every poet velar ad pod dwell we wits Isaerovemeau aid tt acres of lee lead spoor to lositkerB railroad Price Me Ne ne ectssefleot seer JuactlM Cltyriit li pralieesbar bee la eet isd 2 fWaok f la- o +t tar w slew st AAdIwFeMrrpadl- thoer rural liP sto aU lapin r e 1nAUe 11 aerM erMt land In Maai plealarleegpearplumR otker side with I roesa oooatorv house ranges peaches Men plums grapes bear lag All for se er I ace fur tlMt and the 1 sere for IIIN I A llalliu coaety Ky tarn of IN yrs with good tstory ietel roof barns water etc Ho boiltteber that will make ties steftt Mtober Qroand will grow wheat onrK tobacco Ilk onlyI finoo H i cab Place bae 506 fralt trees lit acres 4 Mile Dardstowo JuBCltoa nnliltt county Ky Ito acres cultivated balance IB timber good three room lowwith ball new log barn smoke house wood bouse flae well good springs and running water two orchards jbrre room tenant how Is it beautiful farm and productive cheap for fa SN 1000 cash balance In one l two and three yeas U2 acres three miles of Wllllsburg Wash 1 logtun county Ky lit acres cultivated t aorchardveranda cellar barn cribs wood house smokehoes hen house school on the farm This ts a good farm worth the money MMt llSt baUneo one and two year 3H acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 10 aero cultivated about 191 la Umber and grate and about IM in gran Timber on place Is cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber siting lea ties and cord wood enough to Cay for the place twice over A large part ed are four dwellings of 4 rooms each and one store of two stories with room above has welts and springs of water Is In I miles of county scat and grows tobacco earl wheat grass etc for 18200 One halt castsldourandGrlet Mill Anderson county Ky IM barrel capacity covered with Iron built a ellrM ago Stoane and water power the latter 8 months of the your His an up oUuto roller mill with burrs for corn stud nwilbplt The engine Is of 7 years runt 14 tares with the mill Including what Is with tho house of 5 rooms All for 0930 or 83 iDO for tliO mill and 14 acres One halt cash flan One trade No mill In 10 miles Central Kentucky neal Estate R TItleOo Itauford Ky I 1 e r