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M SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ifVOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 12 1904 8 A M NO 89 la 1 n Y f j 4Jdit ikti-S isdi l i r JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER OUR NEXT PRESIDENT I C Dora ID CortUnd N 1 IB 1W Educated la the public school and at the CoriUod aoadtnty Taught fflhooll white Mudyloc law nod graduated from the Albany Law Mkoal Pint nubile oaae was that of nrro gate et UleUr ouety- Manageddemeeratte eesendt which made David U nill Rewo r ol Kw YnrltDeolUad oominntlM for LUateoani Governor In 1SW and ISM The Praotioal Age A PMHI br vMrMii iltghUr IMMlmlHla Bed tell of lOad eeese Ttaeh oblldnM nathaaaUea I Aid bow to obese aid plea elfo get she bet ot oihari Aid Man you take a nta That practical aed nicely To lay up ttoTM of gold Co ha will aaar ba Mediae fray BBRht whan ba II J4 Whet U the via ot teaebtat Tba arts na4 joys of lite Tfer will tOt help In keapiag A very lylltb wits TU money they are ntedlag r And not the joyi ot love They have tbat for the pleamre To flod In realm above But while on earth the laibloca Must not neglected be So oer be teaching children The need of wealth to tea Crush out the love of beauty And nobler alma of life But teach them to fight battles In the financial strife So they may be successful Most practical of men Theyll have no chance of living This selfish life again And why should men be loving Tho beautiful In life When they might be supporting In fathlon a vain wife Martha Shepard Llpplncott Kentucky Fair Dates The following are tho date fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1001 as far as reported Klrkivllle July 152 day Crab Orchard July 211 days Danville August 33 dave Harrodiburg August 03 day I Lawrenceburg August 161 days Liberty Aug 17 18 10 Brodhead Aug 17 18 10 l Shepberdsvllle Aug 234 day Shelbyvllle Aug 231 days Springfield Aug 244 day Somerset Aug304 days Nlchola vlllc Aug 308 days Florence Aug 314 dave Glasgow Aug al4 dave Ellzabethtown Sept 64 day Hartford Sept 2I4 dav v Georgetown Aug 00 days Falmouth Sept 294 days The new postage stamps show Thomas Jefferson with his hair parted In the middle Tho next one In order will probably bo a portrait of President Washington making a cigarette Voice Lexington fir I 1 Ar piloted Jastloe ot the Supreme Court In 1886- Daollaad I tfeaxieratlo Maloatloa for Bflvernnr In 1WI Bleated rhtef Judge of the ours of appeals of New York In 1SB- 1Uvw at Bwptis near ICIcgttoa on tile Bidsoe- Marrled Mlai Mary L Siboonmakcr party la hll oareer Family on daughter married to ROt Cbarla Meroer flail of King tea LAND STOCK OROPS ETC Froth milk now for Bale J A Tuek or May wood Matt Atkto told to Lutes ds Co mire Steers pod n fat pow at 3o- Jo lb Aodar oa old loS G Andr SOD A pair ot oxen that walRhad atrIO pound at 3 W David Street sold to J C 1101 yoMtniay a fosryearI4 bay gelding for a faaoy prloa J C Bailer toW to Stanley Mllward ol LaxUgio a baadtoma pair of sorrel laldlagt for a big price Vas D Nelson of Woodford county told 448 sore near Versatile for 1136 per sore aggregating 171 491 W U Green bought of Robert now ell of Mt Sterling 1400pound cat tie at 61 for Immediate delivery Will have a carload of Missouri horses at Albright pen tat Brodbead next Saturday lUtn J P Chandler Auctioneer Wanted 50000 bushels of wheat at highest market price delivered at Moreland or McKinney D S Carpen ter Bustonvlllo Lutes Co told yesterday 20 butch or cattle at 8Jo and a bunch of yearlings at 340 They will ship today a car load of lamb bought at 4io An estrav black mare and colt came to my place June 8th Owner can get lame by paying for her keep and this notice G W Carter Turnoravllle Broomstick won the Brighton Handicap at Brighton Beach Saturday go log the 11 miles In 202 4 5 Irish Lad was second and Highball third The Picket and Bermlt were scratched Tbo Fair Association has leased ground from Wm Doll Just bovond Capt Tuttle on tho Valley pike for the term of lIve years and will at once go to work getting eamo In readiness for the exhibition commencing Sept 0 Wayne County Outlook APPELLATE COURT CONVENTION The democrat otthle part of the Fifth Appellate district should not for get that mass conventions of the party will be held at the county scale of the several counties comprising the die trict on Tuesday August 2 1004 to appoint delegates to the district con ventlon which will bo hold at Lexing ton on Thursday Aug 4th to nomi nate a candidate for Judge of the court of appeals Remember the time Tues day August 2nd at 1 oclock p M Place court house James P Edward ha been selected by Mayor Grainger to succeed R Lee Suter on the Board of Public Safety of Louisville NEWSJNOTES Benedict Mandel died at Chicago at the age of 102 year Two small bole were killed by an electric shock at Chicago In tbo recent night attack at Holyan the Japanese suffered 700 casualties All grades of relined sugar have been advanced five cents a hundred pounds The JapanotegunboatKalmon struck a mine and sank in Tallenwan Bay July 5 Anthony lUbon who has been post master ut Wendell Ind slnoe 1864 is deadFire In the suburbs of Philadelphia dpntrnyed a pjratfiat plant valued at 100000 Considerable damage was done by wind and rain In Maton and Nicholas counties John Hanloa the largest man In Lou lull Ie died as a result of a fall He was seven feet tall It Is announced that Daniel J Sally the dethroned Go UooKl will soon Us la hueines again Dr K A Alderraiu of Tulane Unl vertltv has aooepted the presidency of the University of Virginia Frederick P Evans assistant cashier of the Texas Bank and Trust Company of Galveston U missing and 916000 short Tbe Ron tuck v County Attorneys At toclatloa has ben sailed to mMtln an nual section at Mammoth Cave July tS 8 nd2l In Montgomery county Alamanaa Byrd shot and killed his ton Nimrod Byrd He was acquitted at his exam nng trla Jane Tappan a nurse who murdered thirtytwo persons Is now an Imbecile after two years oooflnemant In a Mal inehueetts asylum Tbe Superior Court at Chicago has deolded that the ally of Chicago Is not liable for damages resulting from the Iroquois Theater tire Leonard Howard aged five year son of a wealthy Martin county farmer was aeoldantully shot and killed by his thirteenyoar old brother Seventeen persons were killed aDdI 100 insured at Mldvhle N J when an Erie passenger train crashed Into the roar of n double header excursion train The Citizens Life Insurance Compa ny has been organized by Louisville men with paid up oapltal of 1100000 and It will be doing business by Octo ber 1- Ao satire Chicago family Is missing and It Is tbongbt to have perished Incite Lltcnfltld wreck Mite Margaret Steiner Is alto ballavod to have been a viatin Ftra IB the vlllaga of Cbnutavqaa N Y whorctliobbautauqaa Assembly Is hold dottrorad the pose ethos a pub He ball and tba Chautauqua Supply Companys StOre Amended nrtleUa wore Sled with the Secretary of Stato by the Chesapeake k Ohio of Jefferson county consolidat lag all Itt lines In Kentucky and rais log tho capital stock iron 112220000 to 112660000 Mist Bertha Dolbeer who Inherited oyor 86000000 at the death of her fath or S F Dolbeer of San Francisco jumped from a ninth liner window In the WaldorfAstoria Hotel New York and was killed- Photographs of a train robber who killed himself In Colorado to escape arrezt have been Identified at Knoxville as likenesses of Harvey Logan the notorious outlaw who escaped from prison at that place James B Haggle la said to have agreed to provide 2000000 capital for tbo purpose of building a network of trolley lines radiating from Lexington upon the general plan originally laid out by George B Davie of Detroit Jonn Combs Is In jail at Hlndman Koott county charged with the mur der of his deaf and dumb slater who was shot and killed a few days ago It was reported that the girl shot herself but her brother since his arrest admits having done the shooting though ho claims the shot wee accidental Acting Gov Thome granted a par don to Mrs Nancy May the Leslie county woman brought to the State penitentiary together with her three monthsold son to serve a sectence of ten years for killing another woman whom she charged with attempting to alienate the affections of her husband One Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have I believe eold 60 boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets on tho recommendation of one lady hero who first bought a box of them about a yesr ago She never tires of telling her neighbors and friends abou the good qualities of these Tablets P M Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladles everywhere For Sale by all druggists HUSTONVILLE Miss Cora Peacock le attending Olympian Springs The Impromptu hop given bv the younger set at the opera house Friday night was well attended J D Swope was here last week In the interest of tbo American Coffee Co and secured several nice orders Tbe date of the Liberty fair has been changed to Aug 17 18 10 The privi leges for same sold Saturday for good prices T J Roblnion and wife J P Rlffe and wife Rev and Mrs Mills Mrs George Robinson and mother Mrs Em melt MoCorrqaok and Mrs Alice Luck attended the plonlaatOlymplan Springs FridayCowan te MeTormaek bought 700 floe sheep last week In the lower counties A T Qunn the hustling stock dealer j of Adair county bought a oboe pony 1 known as Jim GoodeFdvorli from Dr DarkerjA crew large storehouse of Weatberford 3 Myers to the extreme West end of tbeE Weatberford lot In order to make moroj room for tho foundation of the Weath i erford Hotel the work on which Is I rapidly progressing The funeral of Mrs Sallie A GoodeI one of the oldest residents of this com munity wee largely attended on Sunday afternoon The services by Rev Mills and the vocal renditions were very Impressive Tbe remains were Interred beside her husband In our cemeteryState At F Elkin made a splendid talk to the Maccabeo lodge Friday night lIe leaves this week to attend the meeting of the National EnIcampment which convenes at Mich He reports the order in Ken Lucky In a very prosperous condition The second Monday In September has ben decided upon by the trustees of our graded school as the date the school will open From reports that are reliable we have drawn the cap tai prigs in Prof Eubank aa principal of our school Prof Fallls and other competent judges who stand at the top in educational matters state that he Is I second to none This together with a I board of business men at make our school an assured truateeI While the streets were urday afternoon a horse attached SatI cart without a driver came Weston Matnt Street ran on to the aide walk In front of S D Yowella store knocking down Wm Emmett and a small boy Tbe animal continued on the tide walk for half a square break log loose from the cart by running intfl atrfje and continued to run torn milt before being caught No serious In juries but many narrow escapes In 18B4 Admiral Edward Russell Commander of the English Mediterra nean fleet entertained elx thousand people In a large garden In Alicante where he served the largest bowl ol punoh ever brewed It contained twen ty gallons of lime juice four hogsheadt of brandy one pipe of Malaga wine twentyflvo hundred lemons thirteen hundredweight of fine white sugar three packages wasted biscuits fifty one pounds of grated nutmegs and eight hogsheads of water The wbolo was prevdntea from dilu tion In case of rain by a large canopy which spread over a marble fountain bowl which held the punch The punch was served by a boy who rowed about the basin of the fountain in a boat built for the purpose and refilled the empty cup- sChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is certain to be needed In almost every home before the summer is over It can always be depended upon even In the most severe and dangerous cases It is especially valuable for sum mer disorders la children It is pleasant to take and never falls to give prompt re lief Why not buy it now It may save life For sate by allllrUi lets The late Mrs John RIdgeway of Paris was noted for her ready wit Atone of her receptions apropos of marri age Guy do Maupassant said Tbo honeymoon ends when the wife first asks the husband for money No1I Mrs RIdgeway retortedlilt ends when the husband ceases to ask tho wife how much he can have the pleasure of giving her What to do Until the Doctor Arrives If it ia a case of colic or cholera morI bus give Chamberlains Colic Choleric and Diarrhoea Remedy and you will have no need of a doctor For sale by all druggists To the World Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For information address W 0 Rlneareon G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Cool ClothesFor Weather TwoPicco Suits in all the now fabrics Homespuns Crash Etc Blue Scrgos in Odd Coats and Coats and Vests Linen and Duck Trousers We can help you to keep comfortable this Summer if youll let us s oes so TIDa mILLER DanviHB Kg THE GLOBE BUYs The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper I W Rout Jr B G Good clerks and Harve Steward porter 1000 J POI mouth is the royalty received by the patentoe of tho HAS ELDBN FILTER This must be n good thing if it is worth I that much to those peoplo I will put you up ono for tho small sum of 500 Call and examine my stock of fbrco pumps cast iron cistern platform with galvanized pump to fit bucket pumps pitcher pumps roofing guttering nUll plumbing work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed Phone No 110 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford K- yDruggistConfidence Confidenceno fear of mistakes is what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATERIALS are our stoclc in trade When you want things done right when you want pure drugs when you arc tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every department tile best service and the best merchandisei is our constant aim Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky i GOiTO W B McRoberts FOR ILANDRETHS GARDEN SEED ISTANFORDj LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER 5 READY MIXED PAINTS r dI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E CWALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKETI For Prwdeat ALTON BROOKS PARKER Of New York For Jwr JVmd- enjhwfiro DAVIS of Wett Virginia TUB Democratic National convention at St Louis completed Ita labors juat before the dawn of Sunday and ad journed line die The platform was adopted unanimously and nominating BpeecheB began at 0 oclock Friday night Judge Parkers name was pre anted by Martin W Littleton of Now York and too convention Indulged In a wild demonstration lasting 25 min utes E M Delmas of California nominated William R Hearst and L Irving Handy presented the name of Judge Gray The name of Nelson A Miles war presented bv David Over meyer that af Richard Olney by Pat rick Colllne that of F M Cockrell by Champ Clark and that of E C Wall by David S Rose The convention kept up rte work all night and at 640 A M Saturday Judge Alton Brooks Parker of New York was nominated on the first ballot After several adjourn menu the balloting for vice paeMdent began at a late hour Saturday night and Henry O Davie of West Virginia woe nominated by acclamation On the first ballot he received 652 votes only 16 short of the necessary twothirds This was Increased by changes to a number sufficient to nominate and on motion of Gov Beckham the nomina tlon was made unanimous Judge Parker a short while after his nomination sent a telegram to the can ventlon stating that he regarded the gold standard as fixed and authorizing W F Sheehan to decline the nomina tion for him If his views were not sane factory to the convention After a con ference of leaders a reply was prepared and presented to the convention for Its adoption stating that there Is nothing In Judge Parker views to preclude him from accepting a nomination on the platform that bad been adopted by the convention The subject precipi tated a long debate In the convention but In the end by an overwhelming TOte the reply was adopted The Committee on Resolutions wa- G In session for hours before it perfected a platform At the end of Its work the committee was unanimous and there was no minority report The money plank was dropped by a vote of 35 to 15 after a long debate An income tax plank proposed by Mr Bryan was not accepted A long discussion of the trust question ended in the adoption of a plank offered bv Mr Hill as a substi tute for Mr Bryans proposition and othersThe platform In a nutshell Is as follows Denounces executive usurpation of legislative and Judicial functions Opposes expansion Advocates a revision ot the aria Demands suppression of trusts Favors an Interoceanlo canal Favors reduction In the expense of governmentWants of exMttllva de partments Favors laws giving labor and capital their just rights Favors the reclamation of arid lands by Irrigation Fdvors election of United States Sin ators by popular vote Demands Statehood for Arlsona and Now Mexico Favors reciprocity especially with CanadaFavors the reduction of the army Favor generous pensions Denounces the ship subsidy Demands honest enforcement of the civil service laws PARKER AND DAVIS will have the hearty support of this paper We were not an original Parker man by a long shot but democrats In convention have said he Is the man to carry democracys banner to success and we propose to do whatever Is in our power to help him So heros to Parker and Davis who should win hands down over the meat ly pair the republicans have nominated i l R ATTORNEY GKNKRAL BAYS having ailed to find a democratic paper thro which to vent his spleen on Gov Beck ham has adopted the Lexington Lead er aa his official mouthpiece 1 bo more we see and hear of Gen Hays the more we are impressed with the fact tha Wltlard Mitchell or some other good nominatedpfor attorney THE dispatches say that President Roosevelt Is preparing his speech of acceptance We are delighted to know that he is not going to decline the nom- Ination for president IT Is said that Senator Fairbanks never took a drop of liquor in his life and Is heartily opposed to the treat Ing habit Io fact ho bits no use for a person who greats t LANCASTER The Lancaster base ball club defeat ed the Crab Orchard team hero Friday afternoon by acore of 12 to 3 Batter lee Lancaster Anderson and IStkln Crab Orchard and Cashdollar Mr and Mrs W G Anderson entertained Friday evening In honor of their grandchildren Miss Oizlo and Frank Young of Chicago The house was beautifully decorated and all enjoyed the hospitality of their hostess Judge A D Ford bought the resi dence now occupied by Uriah Simpson on Richmond street for 2200 Mr Simpson then bought the residence of Dr Evans where they Intend to run a boarding house the remainder of the yearThe people of this community are glad to hear of the improvement of Mr Wm Burton He will be taken Tuesday by his physician Dr Sid Is bell to Indiana where he will remain until he has been entirely cured of pie severe attack of Inflammatory rheuma tlsm Messrs J I Williams and G M Patterson wish to correct the state ment made in last Issue of this paper saying they were going to Wyoming to make that their future Lome They are only going there on a visit and on their return Intend to atop In Dakota to see the rush at the opening of the government lands Mr and Mrs John E Stormes have returned from a lvlslt to St Louts Miss Annie Francis of Corbln Is the attractive guest of Judge Joe Robin son Miss Jennie Burnslder of Dry antsvllle and Miss Katie Campbell of NIcholasvIlle are the petty guests of Miss Lena Rlgney Mrs McClellan Johnston and family have gone to Liv ingston to spend the summer with Mr Johnston Misses Mary and Janie Do ty have returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Nellie Peyton of Lexington Miss Marie Shilling has returned to her home In1 Richmond after a pleas ant visit to Miss Elsie Ztmmer Messrs Joe and Horace Walker and Sherpa Hudson have returned from a visit to the Worlds Fair r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Cropper Sbelbyicounty is to have a bankMrs Wm Blunt Is dead In Madison aged 35- Richmond Red Men will have a street fair Sept 12 to 17 H Clay Stone and Miss Ollie Harris were married at Richmond At London in the streets William Edwards was fatally shot by Dan Tip tonTwo young sons of Calvin Moses of Whitley county were drowned in the Cumberland river above Wllllamsburg C A Armstrong of Bryantsville has announced himself as a candidate for county judge of Garrard subject to the action of the demoaraey Frank West and a young man named Monolog were nnoldantally shot by the discharge of A rifle on Paint creek Whitley county The ball paw d through Wests arm entered Man nings head in the left eye and passed into the brain It Is thought Manning will die- Jamas Leoolorod was shot and per haps fatally wounded by Parke Walters a white man at PIttsburg The ball Wok effiot just over the right eye and was taken out by physicians In the back of the bead Both men it Is ohitrsd were drunk This makes five men who have been shot In PIttsburg within the last year Three of whom have been killed POLITICAL Judge Parkers only remark when told of his nomination was Is that soOH The new Democratic National Com mittee will not meet until Judge Par ker has been consulted- A great outpouring greeted former Senator Davis on his return to his home at Elkins W Va from the St Louis convention Dr W G Hunter has promised that If he Is elected to Congress he will have the government erect a 8150000 build ing In Barbourvllle and will have the Federal court moved from London to that place United States Senator Overman of North Carolina says that Judge Par kers telegram to the Democratic Na tlonal Convention means thousands of votes and he predicts that Judgo Parker will sweep the country in No vember Acting Goy Thorne baa granted a pardon to Johnson Hatfleld one of the survivors of the famous Hatfleld Me Coy feud who Is now serving a life eon tense In the penitentiary Thereasons given for the pardon are that Hatfiald promt to CHURCH MATTERS Eld George Darsle Is dead at Frank fort The Salvation Army will establish a permanent poet at Jackson Breathltt countyThe Sunday School of the Christian church elected Miss Paulino Hocker secretary Sunday morning A protracted meeting will begin at the Turner vllle church Atg 18 Roy C J Armstrong of Winchester will assist Pastor R L Bussabarger Teachers Institute FRIDAY MOKNINU Instructor Eubank defined Habit as tbo rut which repeated action cuts In conscience Song by the Institute with Miss Stulla Hubble organist Rev J W Begin had charge of the devo tional exercises of the morning Judg ment and Wisdom was the helpful theme ho chose Instructor Eubank gave the teachers a few words of ad vice for their future school term Spell- Ing was well presented by T J North followed by Mrs Humphrey Prof Boeley Prof Eubank Miss McKee Profs Grubba and Singleton At this point Supt Singleton had the teachers divide up according to mall II tonal districts and a vice president and secretary elected for each of the four districts In Lincoln county The officers of the Stanford district are Mrs Mary Cochran vice president Miss Stella McClary secretary Time ol meeting second Saturday In December at Stanford Graded School auditorium Hustonvlllo district E L Grubbs vice president Mrs Lutle Goocb sec retary Time of meeting third Saturday InJNbvember at Huitonvlllo Grad ed School building Crab Orchard die tract M Mulllns vice president Miss Stella Hubble secretary Time third Saturday in October at Crab Orchard school building Waynesburg district Or Bradford Warren vice president Miss Anna Goocb secretary Time first Saturday In September at Kings vlllo school house The subject of Writing was Intro duced by Mr W L Scott and discuss ed by Misses Annie Gooch Annie Mc Kee Elizabeth Lay Profs Bosloy and Grubbs Dr OBannon and Mr Newell FRIDAY AFTERNOON Prof Bosley gave the institute a fine talk on the subject of Why the Edl torial Page of the present is Inferior to that of Former Time provided this Is so He quoted Henry Watterson with reference to his remarks relative to the work of George D Prentice In his editorials Prof Bosley believes journalism has decayed because the people of today demand sensational stories rather than sound doctrine He mentioned the war of words between Messrs Watterson and Peck lately Instructor Eubank stated that the modern newspaper It a bad guide to correct expression from a literary point of viewMr M Mullins gave his method ol lightning addition as Illustrated by his chartInstructor Eubank Introduced the subjaet of Arithmetic and It was dis cussed by Mrs Newell Miss Stella Hubble J L Bosley Mr Newell Mrs Laura Lee John Ware Mn Eubank and Sues McKee Two more teachers were enrolled on Friday Mrs Laura LM and Mite Eth el Adam The programs for sash of the four magisterial dletrlcw will bs printed each month in the IMTBRIOK JOOWCAL about two weeks before eaoh assoola tlon meting ATCRDAY MORNUStl Opened with soeg by institute Miss 5ella Hubble organist Devotional ex ercises were oonduoted by Dr Shelton Physiology was Introduced by Mrs Cochran followed by Proto Bosley Sire Eob BkMr Ware Mitt MoKlnney and Instructor Kubank who dwelt at length on tbe laws of hygiene and phys iology In general giving a helpful sag gestlon to the teachers The subject of Geography was presented by Miss Lutle Hopkins and Mrs Inllllp IB a practical way gave a most Interesting talk on tbe use of tbe map of our etnn try Profs Ware Soon and Eubank ended the subject In a discussion of how to create a love for the study and a protflut against the continuous use of a text book Further discussion by Profs Newell Ware and Fallls Civil government was Introduced and Impressed on each teacher In Its high est sense by T J North True Citi zenship was to be the fundamental principle of all civil government Mr W S Burch favored the Insti tute with B splendid talk on the grand jurors and their duties and civil gov ernment in a general way Civics as applied In the management ot the school was clearly set forth by Prof Fallls and responded to by Prof Eubank The report of the committee on reso lutions was read by Chairman T J North and adopted It is as follows WB the teachers of Lincoln county do hereby adopt tbe following reeolu dons That we extend our moat sincere thanks to Prof ECubantc for the able and masterly way In which ho conduct ed our Institute That wo for and In consideration of the faithful of Supt Singleton thank him most heartily That wo also thank Miss Stella Mc Clary and Prof Grubbs secretary and assistant secretary for their efficient work and courteous attention to our needs ThatMIsses Elizabeth Lay Stella Hubble and Kate Water deserve our praise for the able manner In which they presided at the organ That we appreciate the songs and recitations which wore so beautifully rendered byJMIsses Lucy Lee Walton Minnie Sine and others That we also feel grateful for tbe presence and ser vice of those who conducted our devo tlonal exorcises and alto for all visi tors who honored us with their pres once That we aro very grateful to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for space for those resolutions and tho account of our Institute That wo appreciate the effort of lion J M Alverson In trying to pass a bill In tbo Legislaturu of 1004 providing that county teachers should receive pay for attending the Institute and re quest him when he returns to the Leg islature to use his best efforts to pass the bill That we further resolve that the State superintendent pay teachers every month beginning with August Be it further resolved that since there seems to be a desire to amend the present trustee law and that a county board has been suggested wet the teachers of Lincoln county oppose aid county board but recommend as magisterial district board instead Said board to be composed of one true tee elected by the qualified voter of each school district in said magisterial district Said trustees to be paid a reasonable sum for tbelr services and In consideration of said salary each trustee shall be held responsible for tbe conduct of school ID his district Teachers for schools In said magisteri al district are to be employed by meg isterial board at Its regular annual meeting at such time as may be desig nated by law- Resolved further that since only two counties have been able to avail them selves of tbe benefits of the law provid ed for voting a tax for tbe extension of the term In the county as a whole therefore we deem It expedient and request our Legislature to so amend the law making the county the unit of taxation that a tax may be voted In each magisterial district as a unit for extension and Improrment of schools Be It also resolved that we request the Kentucky delegation In Congress to use their best efforts to secure the enactment of a law whereby Kentucky shall receive from the national govern ment a sum of money for school purpo see which shall be equal to tbo average land grants for school purposes made by general government to all States ad mitted to the union since 1702 T J North chairman K G Mar tin Dr Fallli committee Lumber Notice I All kinds of lumber bating fencingI fremise etc for lIale bv II D lIotaclaw- Crab Orelard Ky O s deliver If party wMhes Produce Wanted I win you the bolt market price for eggs heel plies feathers etc Call and be ooavlnced at II It Nertbcotfs Stanford ICy LUMBER WANTED i I want to bay stave spokes headings lumber Will pay blcbe t mh price at Moriaad D IJ O1o FOR FANCY GROCERIES Oaadla Pratt Etc call oa F 8 feyae Drub Orchard Ky Ordv rode daily Ice asM rash mrat always ec bead SAVE MONEY I By traylBR seal early We have fat re sawed M GaB opal cad will sell ata rcdaoed rice oi fret 2 t3 excl oo beahsl cleane- rilaa Ia s0 days roc above dol KLVe A OOX Morelaad Ky NOTICE I I am now r o4y to kansU bailor la asy Bantu Will py awk or goads for aU kind of predate lilt Mrkot leas I bear Ia aU goods acre bo poW tor be fore ia1ag ale Wl RIIAD3IIAW TatneravtUo Farm For Sale I On aecooatof Ulbaltli I dwlre to toll prtYIIr my tarn of m au looalod IB edge of Ut08nJle Good rprvanlsfr- cle evr fAmg water Will HU as whole or Jlrlde Snail hottae an tower I part 0 II IIAKNRTT UvllM KY Dripping Springs Spoars Flshor Mgr a A delightful Summer retort Splendid table reasonable rate host water In the country Write for particulars Poitofllco Dripping Springs Ky I THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open nil tho year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for eon ultatlon hoard and nursing shall be club In advance weekly and monthly Profoi floaal bill due when services are rendered and must N paid promptly R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office In MyerIIouse Parlor Ihone ill EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR laving been in the Tailoring business all my life I feet confident in saying I represent one of tho best tailoring firms in the country With my experience In taking measures and dlrectons I give your obtuse are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me y prices are the same as Inex crlcnced men who aro In the business I also have a cite line of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate prim Thank lag you for past favors I am yours II C RUPLEY tbe Tailor 4 r GranU L63U6r1 The closing out sale to quit busijness is going on Great are buying the many We are offering Get BARGAINStand save MONEY COST and BELOW COST for youI WATCH Ollt Aim THE GRAND LEADERM B Le y O Co S B Levy u n w Queen Crescent RoutejSHORTEST LINE ANDQUICKEST SCHEDULES Cincinnati rBeTWCENKnoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Birmingham New JacksonvllIefland Texas FOR INFORMATION JIATH TC D N AIKBN Trav Passr Agt 89 E Main St LcxlnCon Ky W A QARRtnT den Mgr W C RINEARSON Gen Paw Agt CINCINNATI I t I place of departed erection of suitable Monument be of artistic design and of feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM A DA MB SON Lexington Ky J f I TRY A PAIR OF OUR SHEARSAnti if Mtwiactory return them and Jet HMwtfter pair or fowl MONEY We haw rifbt and leftrbawl doors Embroidery linttoiihoki Ovalor square edge Shears the largest assortment ever in town Cellend see them GEORGE H FARRIS co Stanford Kentucky We Still Have In Stock- A I Fine Selection of India LinensILawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very low prices W E Perkinsn Crab Orchnrdf Stanford Male And Female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY Ptret begins Monday Sept 61001 The members of our Faculty are all expoI 1poIntUMBRELLAS andRooo ered and repaired made almost as good as now for a amount I can Ox your umbrella bettor than the tramp rOpalrere and for money Jive ml a trial FliANK AtKitia Stanford I e last resting your ones by the a Let It exclusive and the best material per by not osse term leas NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP t Having rented the Wm UauRhertvbiuck smlthsnopon west main street I am pro pared to all kinds of blacksmith and woo work I have an experienced work Qtvemetime a lot of lumber of all kinds IIAKEK WALLS w- f I THE WIND UPII Of our BIG CHEAP SALE came too soon for hundreds of our customers so we will put on a CAP STONE of BARGAINS in a big Remnant Sale for this week Hundreds of Short Lengths of i Dress Goods Ginghams Percales Lawns Hose Towels Slippers These are marked so low that this week will make A CLEA N SWEEP We have also a lot of Ging hams and Percales that were intended for last weeks sale that go on sale at 813 and 9c regular price 12 l2c Come early to get the choicest k SIETVEIRlSTOIE SO3ST 8rrA1rFORD l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I iiBTANroBD KY JULY 12 1001 f H WIIHK you ere tired and have moro than you can do or company drops ID unexpectedly jut call phono number 2 Ionnyi Crujj Store sad order wuat lIe cream you may need Wo can fur ntih you any quantity at any time Prloa 1110 per Ration Ponny Drug Store Stanford Ky- PERSONALS MISS MINNIE WOODS li visiting rel atlvci at Pilot Llolc MRS J W SIMPSON of Oarrard li with Mr 8 R Cook MISS LULA SlMiSOX of Garrard It 0r with MUi Salllo Cook MISS AnCTllDBA MOAUBTEK ll Til Itlng friends at Jelllco r CARL MONIN of Sonora li with ale cousin Oration Woodion t Miss RECA OAKER of Mt Vernon l It with Miss Chloe Bauehman GEO RASKIN of Hubble was In town Monday on builoco Montlcollo + Outlook Miss MARY MCUOURRTS li at homo t from n delightful vltlt 0oulsvllio and St Louis MR BOWARD COLBJJAN li spending the summer with relatives at James tOwO N Y t A LITTLR daughter arrived at the homo of Dr and Mrs W N Craig Fri Ir day morning MRS ANNA VAKAKBOALK of Har rodiburg li with her daughter Mrs fl J MoRoberU MISS LINDA MlUJMiloll Friday to vlilt relatives In Danville Lexington and Bgerlon Mo J O IMeHB of Jollloo was on Prl ilayi train returning from a months stay at Uot Springs MIll DAIRY AND BUAXCHK VAX DBV K went to LowUtUU FrWay to bar ministry goods Ko WlUtiMSOM art family leave to darter Mooow Mills Mo Mrltlt the Tm of kit boyhood day tarn CHTTIK THURMOND ol Ltn oo ouat7 li with her iUWr Mrs J S May SomorMt carnal MM T 8 WEBB JK of Ktoxriik f arrived Friday to rlrtt bar persats- JudgeI owl Mrs M O SitttUy- MmeBTTAOAMMDmiK of Mllltrt bare I+ the Rnwt of Mlmi See Taylor sod Nannie Woods Itogteraati REV OILJIHHT GlA8e loft Monday for the World Fair at at Lout Qa will be ablaut about two wMki 1 MR AO FACLKKHR hai bean as IgBMl to a dUilllnry near Ureaniboro N 0 to do 1ONcHpergtlDKar work MM E M UOTumm rawrMd to St Loub Saturday alter fc visit to bar mint ROT and Mr D J PIker ton MR JOHN M QALH and wits ands Mr R Bd flats of Kansas City Mo are with their Mother Mn Woodle Hale MR AND Mite S T ROHBRTS have returned from a years sojourn In West Virginia more than ever In love with KenwekySMITU BNQLBMAN and little deter Margaret Boglaman of Paint LIck have been guests of Mr and Mn John 1 Bngleman I MR Josu STONE who has boon vii Itlng his mother and brother at Liber ty left for his homo In Washington l Olty Saturday Miss LHILA ROIIINSON who li mak log her homo In Chicago arrived Sun day to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W P Robinson I MRS DANIBL HARRINGTON and her daughter Gertrude leave today for Crab Orabard Springs wbere they will spend two weeks Lexington Damo oral MRS TIIOMA8 MBTOALfand children returned Friday from Zion City III Mr Motcalf came with them but wont on to Grab Orchard to drink tho water thoro for a few weeks MR AND MRS JAS F HOLDAM loft fur Durkesvlllo by private conveyance i Friday Mr Holdara will look after oil leases In Cumberland county for next few weeks Eph D Penning 1hi has Charge of his olllco In his ab I A LAW partnership that bids fair to have much weight In local legal clr ales was announced In the firm of Stoll Bush composed of Richard C Stoll of this city and Richard Bush former ly of Stanford and Richmond They will havo tbolr otllco In tho McClel land building Lexington Democrat I I MRS B J PiNKERTON la with Lex logton friends JAMES T MENEPEB returned to New Orleans this morning MORRIS QIVENS of Plttiburg In the guest of R G Denny Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDBRS Is visit log friends ID Covlngton J FRANK WALTON JR hs return ed to his homo In Cincinnati MRS W El SHANKS left Saturday for Toledo O to visit friends JAMBS H KRNNKDY and wife are visiting relatives In Indianapolis Miss MYRTLE CORMINBY of Gar rard Is with Mrs J C Corralney MR WILLIAM FIELDS spent several days with Mr A O Martin at Part Mns E II BBASLEY and Miss Hcl en Beasley went to Cincinnati Sunday MR J B GREEN has moved from Lexington to the Dustonville section MRS W W HAYS and Miss Emma Hays visited Lancaster relatives Sun dayMR J D BROWN of Casey was the guest of his daughter Mrs Col Lao LamMISS LOUISA BAYS daughter of Mr Jame C Hays of Crab Orchard Is very 111 MR AND MRS W J DOZIER of Lawrenoeburg are guests at Mr K T Pences Miss MARQ ARBT LIVINGSTON of the East end Is visiting relative at Nlch olaivllle MRS WM MARTIN of the Turners villa station spent several days in Richmond MRSDAMB6 JOHN AND G A MCROH BRTB of Oolo ton are visiting rela lives In Gkrrard MR W B CURTIS wife and daugh ter of Nashville art with Mr and MrnAVIlllatnOurtU MRS MARY EDWARDS of Cornland III Is with her brother Mr J T Rob arts In the Mast Eod MR W L MCCARTY weal to nigh ollll Teas yoiMrday 10 look aftor his baslnoss IntorosM tbarJ- CDOM M C SACrurr loi yotMrday an a oaijvaMtag soar la tfc UMrwt of bU raN or appellate judge MIM Licet BRAZLXY want a tAx Ingioa yesterday to laka the position as macro of Basallloa Collaco Da AND MM T B HAIUBY of Qarrard and Mrs Jobn Bright Jr and oblldrsn of tale pine are at Dripping Sprlne- MM FAXNIB ORLMCTKTTRR and daogbtor Mrt Arasiirong of Laltab flald were gUMte ot Mrs 0 W Lovell MM E C MOMTOOMBRY of Ponaa City O T and Mr Edna Barred of Loatavllla apt Sunday with Mr and Mrs W M Warren MiatM SCR TAYLOR AND NANCY WOODS ICNOLXUAN will entertain to morrow avanlng In honor of Misses Mom Kannau and Embry PKHKinoNT jC COCLTBh of the Llbarty fair was hers ynstordav talk lug ap his exhibition which has been postponed until Aag 17 18 10 BLD O E POWBLL of this county has bought a handsome home on Sixth street In Lexington Ho will devote his attention to tbs ioiursnoe business In that city MR Davis Ev ss and wife of Chat tanooga Misses Haute Martin Woodlo Raines and Alah May Traylor Mrs Mary Hooker and Mrs Bsgby of Cov lngton are visiting Miss Annie Ash lockMR W P WALTON of the Lexlng ton Democrat and the editor of this paper are greatly enjoying a visit from their only sister Mrs Emma Leo Vaughan of Ashland Va She Is ac companied by Mr Walton Vaughan DK W F HECKLE who graduated with honors from the Hospital College of Medicine Louisville has returned to Hubble where he will practHn bin profession Since he graduated a few weeks ago he has taicen a prospecting tour of the Weed but found no place that suited him us well as Hubble LOCALS LOSTA George College class pin Leave at tbls office WATCHES clock jewelry sterling silver etc at W H Muellers TUB booksarc ready Please call and pay your taxes M S Baugh man sheriff HOUSE for root on Hast Main Steed Stanford Apply to G B Cooper Mrs M E Bronaugb To FARMERS Iwill furnish tho boat threshing coal the Jelllco at my yard at Rowland at Oic Quality guaranteed Elmer B Dunham CARLOAD fresh lime at W H Big gins ROOMS ront Apply to W N Craig NEW belt buckles I and belts at Jobn P Jones I CBLBRY plants now ready John Chrlsman Stanford WANTBD to borrow 11000 on good property Notify this oUee at once FOR RRNTNowhouse of seven rooms on Lancaster street W B 0 Bannon THE Junction City postofflco was broken Into and robbed Friday night of about 1100 In stamps and money Tile prettiest selection of cut glass that ever came to town and prices lower than In any other town W H Mueller ALL laundry sttbbepaid for when delivered during the month of July Danville Steam Laundry Ed Wilkin son agent FOR RENT little elurerooro on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky YOUR attention Is called to the ad vcrtlsemenl of the Stanford Granite Marble Co Write the company lor prlaes on monuments markers tablets etc TUB L willallroundtrip tickets to Cincinnati July 18 10 and 20 limited to July SI at 14 15 on aooounl of the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Elks MR D V KBNNBDY who bought the Farmers Roller Mills a few days ago will have a letter to the public In our next Issue which yon are requested to read SHRAM Claude who was a sitUr of J N Holuqluw of this otvnty died addenly near Both eo Wyoming last week Ska bad started to a summer resort nod died ea mate She was 13 year old and hull been married only about a year THR tteokbolder Tb Cumber land Valley Lund Co will meat at tkelr ottoe la Stanford Ky Wednesday morning Jnly 90 1001 at B oclock to elect ulna directors Immediately alter whlob the board eleoted will be organ lied J S Hooker Secretary UOBBKD H Bottom the well koown cattle trader of Boyle ooanty was held up and robbed near Danville Saturday night Two men one with a shot gun and toe other with a pistol halted him and drawing their weapons on him ordered him to hand over his cash Mr Bottom did so to the tune of I ISO WE are glad to stagetoour readers that there will be no conflict of dates between the Crab Orchard and Liberty fairs The latter association has chang ed Its date to Aug 17 18 and 10 and as tbe former Is pulled off July 27 S3 and 20 lovers of fairs can attend both ex hibitions President J C Coulter and Secretary Charles F Montgomery have tho thanks of tho peoplo of this county for making the change LANCASTER Ed O Guinea who rep resents the Deerlng branch of tho In ternational Harvester Co left Tuesday night for Quebec for special duties pertaining to tbo machine business Hon Harvey Helms friends say that be Is stronger now than before the con vention that he was the strongest man then and tho conditions have added to his strength He Is In the race to tbe end no matter what plan of settlument the committee may decide on After many years service as manager of the Pilgrimage Distillery Col John W Miller has tendered his resignation Record THE following is tbQ raco program of the Crab Orchard Fair which will be fluid July 27 28 and 20 300 trot mile heats a in 5 875 Running race t dash for threeyearold 175 300 pace mile beats 3 In C 175 Mulo race 1 mile dash 110 225 trot mile heats 31051100 Running race mile daub threeyearolds and upel00 220 pace I racefor115 Running race I heats 2 In 3 for trotIraceFrankthreeyearolds and up 8100 Mulo race i mile heats 2 la 3 815j PEOQY From Paris bags The very latest at John P Jones A SMALL crowd attended court yes terday and business generally was dull A good rain fell In the afternoon ALL klcds ofwitch chains at ah kind of prleer and each the best Ol Us kind at the price W H Mueller WANTBDA position as bookkeeper and typewriter Diploma In both Age 18 Hubert Reynolds Moreland 2t A COMPETITIVE examination for ap pointment to State College will be held next Friday and Saturday Supt Gar land Singleton tells us THE L willrunan excursion to Louisville Sunday 17 at 175 for the roundtrip The train will leave the depot here at 725 A M I Six or seven young bloodhounds by Mllllklns chamlon dog with 260 sue could trails to his credit for sale M S Baugbman Stanford Ky IF you contemplate going to the Worlds Fair see Agent Joe S Rice about transportation The L Ns service to St Louisla unequalled LOST In Stanford Monday I1 brown leather purse containing two gold rings and other valuables Finder will please return to this cube and receive re ward OLD TEAM Waller Hiatt has the oldest team In the county li Is com posed of a horse 33 years old ands mule 82 They are getting a little stiff but are still able to pull Mr Hlatts water melon wagon LIDO AMPGTATOMrAlex Tray lor who Is at Joseph Price Infirmary suffering from blood poisoning was compelled to have his right leg ampu tated Saturday He stood the shook as well as could be expected JUDO WR CARSON of Stanford who Is on a visit to his daughter Mrs S P Stagg In this county brought her a canary bird for a present Be- Nt the little beauty before leaving Stanford and she remained on the nest during the trip over A few days ago tbe eggs batched and the little birds are as lively as tea be Lexington Democrat Tits will of Miss Fannie was probatod yesterday She made Mr J W Powell executor and bequeathed ISIIO each to J P Harper Blbert Bar per Mrs J W Davis and Mrs 0 L Prultt and 1100 to the Christian oburah Widows and Orphans Home Louts yule The remainder of her estate Is divided equally between Mr J W Powell Mrs Nannle Harper and Mrs C D Depp The will of Mrs Eliza J Floyd was also probated This was the extent of business transacted 1 GOODB Mrs Sallle A Uooie aged 84 ot Hustonvllle died at the home of her daughter Mrs Belle Jones at 211 West High street after an Illness loci dent to the Inflrmltles of old age Mrs Goode was a most estimable old lady and much beloved by all who knew her She leaves five children Mr J P Goode of Lincoln county Mrs Belle Jones of this city Mrs Helen Miller ot Danville Mrs Hattie Adams of Mo Kinney Texas and Mrs Bottle Covy of Warrontburg Mo The funeral services wero hold Sunday at Huston vllle Lexington Democrat WORK BBOUN After long tedious and patient walling on the part of the people of Danville and others who are deeply interested the work upon the Southern Extension was started this morning A construction train with 50 hands and all neccessary equlppago landed In Burgln at an early hour morning and was transferred to the Southern and It was taken to Harrods burg to begin the proposed extension Tbe work was begun about a mile and u half this side of Harrodsburg where a corps of Southern civil engineers have been working for the past four days getting everything in readiness for the contractors Friday Danville News Stanford Granite Marble Co I cORroHATRDI oteltramIt to be ot the finest quality ThU stone li In several colors We enn also furnish standard material from any other quarries In the world Phone main office 06 J II Iloono pros Stanford gy or T J Toter branch otllce MoKlnnby Ky New Summer Suits aeaae Choico Pnttorne Stylishly Made Garments CrashesFlannels Blue Serges BSce the new Double Breasted Styles II f M- CUMHINS MCLARY HOT WEATHER GOODS Straw Hats Cloth Hats Low Shoes in Tan and Patents Negligee Shirts Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes All new and uptodate H J McROBBRTS Stanford Kentucky THE CRAB ORCHARD i FAll AND RACING i ASSOCIATIONW- ILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING I 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 I POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree patting OD our place and will promote violator to the full extent of the low J1 Spnonaroore T H Holmes II t NewUod J D Oaraontsoh Peter Ilnlmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary livens David Stephens James M White and wife Oft rson U I Hawkins Mrs Mary K Welsh R A Lawrence Oordler Mr A D Root Sam I WilsonMorgan Humphrey O T Charles Knsslln BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOIID KY Special attention to Commercial fen patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pona In Connection E D Peyton i DEALKIl IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables i Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford To Old Point Comfort and th- oSEASHORE CO Route THURSDAY JULY 14 12 From Lexington Ky i 1NT1ER1ORJOURNALlntered uondcZa milder rvtblLehdTudesp esv03c tit177- wu 81 PERYEAR CASH MT When not sopsldMOO will oeetunsJ 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION It Train olni North 101pm m2lOam-o o2S UII u South Jl7 a m 12S3pmNo23 II NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBTOSESDNPrors JUNCTION CITY KY FJrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Day For Sale J H BOONE fi CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Iteav noble Rates Also Dealers InCall on us on Depot Street Goal Jesse W Sweeney rsorBiBTon Livory Feed and Sale StaWo Lancaster Ky Horses wellled and oared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rotes par7tl Tratjlor DEALtR IN Whisk Bran 1U Wines B66r Gloars Etc Carpenter Houso Close to STANFOBD KY Prompt + nl polite attention Nothing but the tee to drink Stall phone cr telegreph order receive prompt attendee TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shade lace tacks curtain poles pictures frame screens partolst doors tablespasse chairs safes wardrobes couches dressers wasbstandu bode springs muttreoses chamber suits water seta lamps chiffon ten folding bed washing machine wringers wall taper carpet paper trunks tale scopes carriage ut paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRU1TT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO I Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wttblag to buy or sell farms will do well to bee UI We a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county Tarsi for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you to nil place It In our hands Office at Boones Livery Stable Stanford Ky II RlMutiony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of l ncoln and Casey who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning t and Tornado None but the and beet OldLine Com zpaniderepresented and the low est rates are guaranteed Phone 11- 2Stanford Kentucky i LIVERTROUBLES Iliad Thedtord BlackDraught a rood medicine for liver disease spent1iOOwlthdocton tde I keJin8 CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburj W Va If liver does not act regularly go to your druggist secure a of Thedfords- DlackDraught and take a dose constipatebowele and causes a healthy secretion of bile Dranghtwillpurities and strengthen the kid A invites wide biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys result in Brights disease whichclaims as many victim as 25 cent package pThedforde Black Draught should always be kept in the house DlaekDraoght plelnta and tound lIotblnR to neel Marblehead THEDFOR8FSLACK NAUGHT i h HARVEY HELM Of SUnforJ It a CAnItl for Congress In this th Eighth district subject to the action of the demo critic party HON D L MOORE ef Mercer county li e cnJIJ t for In the Eighth district to succeed Hon C G Gilbert tub ion to the action of the Democratic rarty Your support Is earnestly solicitedG GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate fur Congress subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN lit candidate for Judge of the Lincoln County court subject to the titian of the denvcratk party THOMAS D NEWALND SR Is a candidate far Sheriff of Lincoln county sublet le the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It a caaaUate fer Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec to the action of the dtmttratlc party T JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec le the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject tc me action of the democrattc party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject te till action of the d aocratc party DINK FARMER- Is a eaodUate for Jailer of Ltocotn cowity sttfKt ti the actten of tit DeatocnMc party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate tar JaHer subject tethe action of thr looattlc party W I HERRIN It candidate for JaHer subject to the action of th liDOcrattc tart MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a caodklale for Stpertetenleat of PiWk ScbMl ef Lincoln County sckject to the action of the demo iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE ts a candidate for Stftrtntendent ef Petite School of Lincoln county select to the action ol the dime cratlc party tJAMESD ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln ceentr subb Ject to the acttoo of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate tor Attestor of Lincoln county sub Ject II the ace of tile deraecfadc party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Astetsor of Unc4n ceMtjrIw Ject to the adios of the Democrat party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a caixtkklc for AMOT of Lfcxoki eMty subject to the actlell of the dsoensk party W A CARSON lsacandMteforAaets r of Lloslu county sub le to tile adios of tit die mails party E D KENNELY Is a eanelUiM for Auras of Ltacota raspy sPdto the ado of tke ao sal c party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR is a caa4Nate lot couy attorney of Uncota umtfsubject so tte of tile deaocraUc party R L HUBBLE Ot Lincoln county It a candidate for rho ohuooof- or Stale Senator In this district subject to tile adieu of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congress sublet to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hairPmmotefl tinyhairCum atndeftuet Dnu 6 J La Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmer ALSO DlALMS FurnitareMattingaRugsThey kinds of Stork a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY YJCcJJA YIJ+ + TNDEBrAXEBElt- IBALDIER And Dealeu In HARNESS SADDLSXV7 c Stanford Ky National Prohibition Convention Partial report from Mt Sterling Advocate condensed by Mr A W Car penter of this county The writer left thus city Tueida morning June 23to attend tho Tent National Prohibition Convcntlot which met at Indianapolis June 29 and 30 Tho convention was held at Ton llneoa Ball seating capacity 2700 At minion wax by ticket The bulldln up to the last meeting was crowded The writer was seated on the stag with representatives of the press There were present 807 delegates 121 alternate total 1018 Pennsylyanl had the largest delegation 144 New York 112 Kentucky 18 These delo1 gates wore from 30 itatea The mae meeting was held In thu evening In spiring speeches were made Thursday morning The chief bull news at this eeeslon was railing a cam palltn fund There was In the treaMi ry from last year a balance of more than 11000 Cash and pledgci til thi meeting were 816000 making 0ere 7 000 to begin the campaign Thu fire offering was 81000 by a Californian then two of 9500 several of 8300 etc Following the adoption of the platforn there was enthusiasm shouting way log of banners music Among the songs which rang from first floor LO balconies were My Country Tie or Thee Praise God Sleet be thi Tie That Dlndsl etc When the re Jolclng bad subsided a delegate moved that a special prayer for Gods guld anco In selection of president and vloe president be offered Reverently the assembly bowed There was only one nomination made for president Slla O Swallow of Harrlsburg Pa Ho Is a Methodist preacher and editor of thi Pennsylvania Methodist A man of great ability and much loved Hl8 nomination was seconded by represen tatlvee from 20 States There was grea enthusiasm Geo W Carroll of Texas was nominated for vicepresident Mr Carroll was prohibition candidate for govornor of Texas two years ago He Is a millionaire oil operator a phi lanthroplet and an excellent man Last year be gave 875000 to one college Hi U a member of the Baptist church In the evening a mass meeting closet a very successful convention with grea encouragement for the coming cam palgn We attended every session foe three nights and two days and do not remember to have teen a man or met smoking In the Hall We bad heard a remark about delegates at prohlbltlot conventions not spitting tobacco on thi floor We decided to look After ad journment of last afternoon session wI walked from end to end of each of the three aisles We taw tobacco spit It only one place We are free to expreti the opinion that if more republicans and democrats would attend the prohi- bItion conventions bear their plea for Christian citizenship the recognitIon of God their plain yet persuasive statement of foots thtir Impassion oratory la behalf of civic righteous nose and In assailing ot governmental partnership in the nation1 ouree they would have deeper insight Into person al reeponslbllltv fuller loftier eonoep Lions or our nations privileges and lets fear and dread of the safety ot the republic In the last mayoralty race tn Inlanapolls the prohibition vote was 5500 The prohibition vote In Chicago was 7104 and growing rapidly Dur log the last four years 8175000 was spent for prohibition work In the U S The prohibition vole In 1000 was 209 000 an increase of nearly 80000 over 1898 We are glad that we went to Indianapolis Our time and money were well spent- FAIREST KIND OF OFFER If Mlona Does Not Cure Dyspepsia Get Your Money Back at Pennys You run no risk whatever in purchas- Ing Mi o na Natures cure for dyspepsia GUARANTEE I hereby agree to refund the money paid for Miona on re turn of the empty boxes If the purchaser tells mo that it has failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two 60o boxes or a months treatment G L Penny Take Mlona for a month a 50c box onlalns two weeks treatment and If it bees not help you bring back the empty ores to Penny and he will return your loney in accordance wi h the guarantee Judge Riley of Lexington has discovered a new euro for confirmed In brlalca which promisee lo supplant the treatment furnished by the Keeley cure Institutes and the cure wnlch was tried on a prisoner in the police court had the desired effect The rom dy consists of fish brine dissolved In a pint of water which the drunkard Is made to drink The remedy was applied to a well knowc man by Judge Uloy and rather than to submit touch treatment again ho stated to tho ourt that ho had been before the bar- for tho last time For 20 minutes after rlnklng the beverage the man was so 81ck that the smell of liquor bo said was enough to drive him orazy A prisoner Is given his choice ot this rink cure or 30 days on the rook pile When bilious take Chamberlains lomach and Liver Tablets For Sale by aU druggists I To The Voters or the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeal from this district lubject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which hays become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe tho Statutei adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well ai to construe the preient constitution whenever u controversy arose as to lie proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dookots ot my court touching the rights of corporations and tho exerclie of franchisee under the law How well I bavo discharged my duties under such trying circumstances la left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist mo to secure the high position and cilice to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMBS E CANTR- ILLWANTEDa I I want to raster buy a good Uncfcmlili strop In a hood town or etas to OM All of work don SklfefacUon nwran teed Addr n A 0 flax 5t Stan ford Ky Have Your Buggy Painted 3 It wtl eat ro only 13 I ne tbe bet of palma and varitypes all4 guarantee my work to be flrtclM gall at shop on Som erset street and Me peen of ay work Slot M MklQUngaod pea r hsuRlBir cheaply and satisfactorily done J J To Wheat Raisers I We will store In our warehouse and lrator ales handle and lake nr per care of your wheat FUBB OF CI1ARUE until Dec 1issi We further atree tolIAr for the same MM price delivered P More land SUMO from the comsslMloa mer chants of OUclnn M O D M Liri3 X SON Hustonvlllr Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky THE CALVERT MiM Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky I OffleoTur UoBobuts Dros Slur In tba Owil HolldlDf Dr O S Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and rea sonable- Hustonvlllo Kentucky BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I having deelded to quit the buggy btnHS I will tell for the next M days at noel for each a car load of lluggles Surreys Ihaelons and lluckboards also a lot Oi Harness They are all the latent style and best make Part of the vehicles are rub ber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone CURTIS OOVEIt Grub Orchard Ky Olympian Sulphur Springs Near Mt OpenJuly F M SIMS Pror The water contains 1818 grains of solid matter to the gallon consisting principally of calcium sulphate sodium sulphate and sodium chloride with some calcium carbon ate magnesium sulphate potassium sulphate and a trace of lithium sulphate The water also contains 035 grain of hydrogen gallon- IteferenceDe I S Humphrey Hart well Dr Dertle Carpenter Huston ville Drs J V Iey ton J O Carpenter and W B McBobcrU Stanf- ordAdministrators Sale Sept 8 toot As administrator of tho estate of J V Coffey deceased I will offer for sale and with the consent of Joseph OolTey their en tire farm of 800 acres of as good land as Is the with residence and all uecen aarynutbullilln l S good barns S of them very large fencing plenty of stock water all In grass except about CO acre The farm lays well on the Hustouvlllo and Danville pike In good neighborhood and In one mllo of depot on 08 ICoad If not sold beforc the 8th of September will then bo sold to the highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal property consisting of hay off of 83 acre millet seed oft of 65 acres wheat off of SO acres corn off of 11 acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling mute 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder 2 mowing msctlnes 1 disc harrow as good as now fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant er 2 Oliver Chill plows No 20 1 corn shell er 2 A harrows 1 bay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 hay frames onoh tlf Interest In 0 acres of tobacco 80 to 100 bushel of orchard grass seed 18000 tobacco sticks some old corn 1 buggy and harnoss 1 tad dIe bridle und blanket 2SO locust pots for wire fence 100 whlto oak posts fonpast rail fence SO locust posts for post rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 sil vet watch 1 farm roller 33 h brakes 2 cultivators 2 double nliovol plaits Any one ileslrlcg to see the place can call on me or Joseph Coffey on the place and we will show them poasuro Sale will begin at 0 oclock sharp Also have 17 shares of turn stock In the Mlddloburg do Liberty turnpike 1H shares of stookln the Mid llebnrg Cemetery Tcnus The term will bo told for one third cash balance on one and two years limo with lien retained on land W A Corny Admr TOM ENGLISH Aw LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II I a CAPITAL STOCK 900000 Directors J B Paxton J U Owsley 8 11 Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Garter J n Poster L 0 Ooooh W II Oututulns RrlghtR W II Shanks snortto The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky I Capital Stuck 50000i This Institution was originally established as the Rank of In lift then reorealted as the National Hank of Stanford to 1511 and again reorganised as the Pint Nattoaal naik of Btaaford In 1184 having bad praetloally an uninter rupted axltteBO nil better supplied now with facilities for transact log bUIIIHIItIDIYa4 well than ever b- 1ytero its g career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Pres stir flterll For the that open the we have a large of books that are used in We CAn now you with any useful to in 15 16 fleet home made cheese I I Two pounds butter snaked It hart I Loaf tilt rising bread I I Plate beaten blMult S Two bottles wine S Gallon lee cream S Gallon pint apple sherbet I White cake 6 Sponge cake S cake S White fruit cake S Black cake 3 Stallion mare or 11 years and under 3 II Stallion 3 years and under 4 N Stallion 4 years and over N pony under 15 hands 11 Mare or 2 years old and under 1 16 Mare or a years and under 4 M Walking mare or any liKe mare or shown to 13 State flank 4 Trust Co stake OM or sny ago reserv ed for consolation Fastest mare or to bo drlrsn six times around fair ring M Rest boy rider under 14 10 mare or any age U Lady rider II SECOND DAY Mule colt eltber sex lo Mule 1 year old and under 2l 10 Mulo 2 year old and under 3 llMule 3 years and under t it Pair multi any age 11 Mule ang III Mare and set 10 Colt mare or get of Ilex Ar buckle 31 Mare or four years and over 30 Pair matched mare or geldings H Harness mare 4 years old and over 30 Harness I years and over 90 Ooh of sex under 1 year any age SO girl under 1 year 10 girl baby 1 year old and under 2 10 Maro or 2 and under 3 10 Stare or 3 years and under 4 90 Stallion muro or 1 year and under 2 IS Saddle stallion 2 and under 3 years 10 Saddle tttalllon 3 and under 4 years 20 Stallion 4 years old and over ao Double team of sex color or ti Stallion mare or ato 100 Model stallion muro or shown to halter 10 Pitney turnout for road purposes 20 Fastest mule five times around track IS Mare or t year old and over 30 T J ClTUTia J D SIMMONS Secretary u y I Officers B H President J B OWSLEY Oaihln W M Asst Cashiers J B IIOOKKU Prest flT HAKHIS V J J AlctOnBI T8 Ohr w n WKAHBNAMI ohr tt V Reid Distills B T llatrls SUBford J 8 liNker Uteiford K U Tanner M P IftiMr Stanford 811 Haucbwan Stanford T P lilll Stanford Jar Hobble J 11 J U Petmi Stanford e M Oarler Stanford School Books School Supplies S benefit of schools during Summer tnonlbi purchased supply Lincoln county supply article tae scholar PENNYS DRUG STORE Officers Directors Ky C R McCormack Dealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce f C R McCormack Hustonville The Kirksville Fair Friday and Saturday July homemade Chocolate gelding Stallion Phaeton gelding gelding gelding 34- Kockaway gelding rockaway PtidayJulygelding gelding Combined gelding thoullher gelding gelding gelding regardless 10- 0RoadsterMare Handsomest baby Handsomest gelding gelding gelding regardless ownership gelding gelding gelding President BHANK8 DHIOIIT MeKlaney KoMnton Haugbnan Stanford Stanford Fresh Contra Kentucky Real Estate fxhange TITLE CO Stanford Ky jIyte date in every particular ana good dwell e Ilag with Improvements and Maerm of tine elose to Southern railroad Price fl SNNo 7tse um of ISDI om Junction CUrd In sores grids 91 Mm In rultUilun mi In tree a barbonlt+ llist year Well wturtj sal boring n 01troem fredwellloggood Urn A Hit etrillIn J good repair IWcs p 60 Also 11 acres of Florida land In Mann M plaCIIlaulngroom house and oranges jK ehos pears plums grapes all bearing and I acres on other side with C room onestory house or angos peachts pears plums grapes bear All for 11090 or the B acres for f 1800 and the I acres for 11100 A Ilullltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 2story house metal roof barnwater etc 110 acres of timber that 11111Imake ties staves barrel timber Ground onlyltSN TiIIlacres lj mile Ilardstown Junction Ilutlltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log barn smoke house wood house One well good springs and running water two orchards three room tenant house ls a beautiful farm and productive cheap for MIIOO 11000 cash balance In one two and three year- slit acres three miles of Wash legion county Ky lie acres cultivated B acres In timber well cistern springs orchard IX story six room frame house veranda cellar barn crIb wood house smoke house hen house school on the farmAThis I a good farm worth the money 12500 1120 lab balance one and two years S95 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber sitingrlea ties and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A Urge part ed Thorn are four dwellings of 4 rooms a each and one store of twostorles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco I corn wheat grass etc fur 12200 Onehalf cash countyIy I built 8 ago water power fthe latter months of the year It Ie an up toilato roller mill with burrs for corn und i- inonl bolt Tho engine Is of 7 years runt 14 acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of S rooms All for 80850 or 88 MO for the mill and 14 acres One halt onsh liar flno trade No mill In 10 tulles Central Kentucky Real Estate Js 1 TlLloUotStanford Ky I 1i J Yi II