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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 519048A M NO 40 KINGSVILLE We bave bad many lovely rains aDd orooi are doing floe Mr Daniel Dealer le wlib frleodi ID Cincinnati ibis week School opened hero MondaV and ne think It deplorable that our cblldre are Buffered to attend durlnir tbe warn eel months of the year People shout w take more Interest In the matter aDi ace that the school opens at the prope season Mrs Wallace Walter squat last week in your city Mill Annie MoKee U a borne after a UU to Oyotblaoa and the World Fair Sbe was aoootopa pied by her niece MU Lydia McKee Rev and Mrs 0 M Busy of you city epeat Tuesday with J L John + u and family Mlu Hnle Carey I + dow from Lexington to visit her mother Mr and Mn W P Campbell or Lexington are ppeodln ibl+ week In our little city C Lou Kb Cnnt of Junction Oily was here Sunday at tni cubit of tbe Misses Jobntoa Jaw W Hodges of Lexington WAI In Clur midst last week J Qowe n Harry t man Toon spent a few days Wltb hi parent recently Mrs W A Wai lace U spending a week with her has a band parents ID Nlonolatvllie Tbe fourth wn pleatantly ipant br a merry party at the home of Poitmaitei It J L JohoKoo The guests praise from a dlitanoe wore Misses Bunlo W and Prances Willard Johnson of Verona Geraldine Moore of Big Bt n Spring Mrs James Roy and too 01 JellloOi Tenn James W Dodge of Lexington and J Howe of Uarrlman Toon Music and game were In order t nod the dinner was a very enoyabl featu- reIE WAYNESBURG are looking flia to tbe wife of AthfonJ John tCropboy Drlnkley GoMb of Semerie Oliver Uallard a truitee of tbe town have leeur oi Mr Coehrap of Stanford aiteash er Tbe school will begin Jely 18 We Rive her a hearty wetootne and lib- ber enaaeu Molao Goooh baa returned toFlncat tie alter tpendlnir a few day with rela Lives Mu Ora Wllllami began school at Goiben Monday She will be rain ed by tbe community A B Hubble f has opened his lobool at Green Briar n Y Ballard has bought of Jobt P Ueth his farm Tbe latter will move 1t to Somtrtet Mr J M Reynolds and 1Mt Nettle Johnson have bMa Tint Mrs Ball at Stanford Dr Stogie I I ton will move to MeKlaaty W praoUe hit proltwloo Tbe ladles of the Waynetburgobnroh art gulag to gtye au lee retlB upper of Saturday July S An enjoyable program will be rendered and n Q Singleton will have hie soda fountain In opirattoa Te prooMdi will go to ward buying a carpet A goad time U expected Everybody invited- PREACHERSVILLE J M Creai old a bunch of lambs to to Eph Wood at 60 D M Anderson bought of Ben Bennett a pair of mutes for 1200 I t Rev Cheatham could not come ai 1bad been announced and Rev Jordan on with the protracted meet log at the M E church doing excel lent preaching His subject Sunday evening was handled In amailorly way Good crowd attend each service Mln Llwo Pettui U teaching our ijhool and the patrons are dellgbtedai she U one of the belt teachers In the State Miss Ida Boltzolaw of Gilbert I Greek li visiting at D M Andcnoni hire n G Cummins U indisposed Jo r epb Pettui of Springfield was with I the bomefolk J M Creea and wife visited In Rockcaitlo lilt week Miss Mary Thompson visited J H Thomp son D M Anderson Ie rejoicing over tho arrival of a girl Leonard Nave 4 spent a day tithing on Kentucky river and brought homo 21 beauties which weighed 21 pounds C B King li about well of optbalmla to i Kentucky Fair Dates s The following rothe dates Axed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1001 as far ai reported Klrksvllle July 152 days Orchard July 273 day 1Crab August 33 dave August Dt day iLawreDcoburg August l04 days 17 IB 19 Brodhead Aug 17 18 10 Shcpberdivllle Aug 234 days f Bholbrvllle Aug 231 days Springfield tug 241 days h Somerset Aug 304 days Nlcholotvlllo Aug 3P3 days Florence Aug 314 days Olaigow Aujr 314 daVI- t t Elliibetntown Sept 04 days t C Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 00 days Falmouth Sept 284 daYII Crab OrohardIFresh Mutbi bread every Tueida and Friday ni Geo B Harrli store Meidaine Will ElmUion and Ge Patton will entertain boarders durln the fairIpreach at the Bapttn church Sunda morning und evening The Ladles Aid Society of tho Bar list church are going to have tbel building papered and otherwise repaired A series of meetings will begin at the Baptist church here Aug 3rd Tbe pastor Rev Jones will be assisted bV Rev Albright Tbe olllcen are doing all they can to make tongs pleasant for the Urg crowd that Is expected to attend tbo fair Lvlles and children admlttei free the tat day The lawn file given by tbeyoung li dies of tbe B pil+ t church at the hum of Mr Uobert Udmlitua wee a very pletinnl affair Light rcfreihraent were served and the receipts were It Mrs Catbertnd MoAltiter and Mlt Catherine Brooaugb and at Drlpplni Spring alto MrI Paulino Bays aDd tilth rnd dauirhtor Ulrdle McClure Mr Eugene Wolf of Dryden Va traveling for Underwood Underwood New York it a guilt uf Mr Harris Mies halite hue Kemp of Lout rllle U txpcted here on tbo gird to organize a Suntnlue Soolety Mr am Mu Levi Eder of Richmond are vii Illng relatives here Russell Brown 9f Stanford WM a guest of Or Kdmli ion Mica Gilbert of Richmond 1 the guest of Mlaa Mangle Culton Mr John Matthews and titter of firming bam werogueitiat MIl Walter Goer Mill Its Hold tin U spending a few lariat Dripping Spring Mack Holmei Is able to ba out alter u lev ere attack of rheumatism Miss Mabel MoWhortei baa returned tromp bit to Aiiamoui mod other places Mlisoi Fowler of adlana were gueit of Mr Frank Ea rel Misses Ida and Lily Grant of Lancaster were with friend hero re wntly Guests are arriving daily at he Springs Hotel Mr Dave Kdtnli on and daughter flu Balllo of Lou ivllle will visit here soon Mr Wm M Morris and wife vtilied hit mother at Junetlon City Sunday Robert Collier of Brodhead was hero this week slicing up his fair Much sympathy Impressed for Mr W K Buabanan who ooDtlDUM to lIIar with rheuma Jim Obarlo Oaibdollar and Will algtor are bask from Coffeyvllle Kai lurch Unohaaan U with tbs home folk Miss Btulan Carton of Stan ford li vlslilsg friend bars Mr D C Papa was able to go out looa short drive Sunday No Pity Shown IOFr years late was after mo oontlnu otI1r write F A Gulledge Veibona Ala 1 had a terrible cats ot Pilo- iauilag 91 tumors When all failed tnekleni Aroma Salve cntc l me squally good or Burns and all aches 81d palm Only 26c at Penny Drug Store 4p p Good Work For Falrvlew flAunoDsncno JULY 12Just one rear ago the 8th of next month tbe Hitrlct Board employed the writer to bold a series of meeting at Fairview burcb Lincoln county better known IU flail Gap The church bad had no reaching for about two years and bad beeD paitorlei for a much longer time Tbo meetings resulted In a revival and 15 new member were added Since bat time the writer has supplied them aontbly giving them three sermons a aooth They have paid tbelr supply very month bought a new organ fenc ed In the church yard and are painting tbo church Inside and out They have tbed the time for tbe protracted meet lolt to begin the 13th of nort month to- bo conducted by the pastor We hope for a great mooting This It the church Sat was built through Influence of list Mamlo Carter who Is now Mre Peter Straub of Stanford and still an vivo member of that church Yours respectfully J I WILLS ured of Chronic Diarrhoea Arter Ten Years of SufferIng I wish to say a few words In praise of liamboilalna Colic Cholera and Disr rhoea Ilomedy says Mrs Mattlo llurjjo of Martlnsvllle VaIIlluffued from chronic diarrhoea for 10 years and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any permanent relief Last summer one of my children was taken with cholera morbus and I procured a- bottle of this re Bedy Only two dotes woro required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine my- aeU and did not uso all of one bottle before I was well and 1 have never since becn troubled with that complaint One jnnot Bay too much in favor of that onderful medicine This remedy II- for sale by all druggists INEWS NOTES A Brooklyn woman was strangled to death by her false teeth Property worth 175000 waideitroyei by fire at Portsmouth O More objectionable characters are be log deported from the Crlpplo Creel district Tbe people of Kansas City are to consider plane for preventing a recurrence of floods While playing base ball a boy at Cumberland Md war struck by light fling and killed The Berkley Amu Hotel at Bert Joy N J was dertroyed by tire entailing a loss of S7fOCO Philip Casey fur many year cham plan handball player of the world II dead at bis borne In Brooklyn Frederick Laueniteln owner of tb Dally Democrat at Kvansvllledroppec dead oo a railroad train there Henry Thompson shot and killed James Doyle In a row over a game of card In a saloon In Lexington Two hundred persons were killed and property worth 12000 000 destroyed bl a cloudburst In the Philippines Milt Clara Toler of Lewlsport whose father le said to be the wealth eel man In Hanooek county committed lulcldo b throwing herself Into the Ohio river at Lewlsport In attempting to save her paramour Dennis Eagan frpm her husbands wrath Mrs John Hillenbrand of CovI Idgion caught the bullet Intended for him and died Instantly Mayor Samuel M Jones of Toledo Ounlveraily known II Golden HuloI Jones is dead He was four times elected Mayor of that city three time running on an Independent ticket Mrs Mary Tbacker widow of Wil liam Tbackor who was taken from boI Jill and lynched at Flemlngtburg bas sled suit In the United States court at Covlogton for 150000 damages against 26 cltliens of Fleming county Includ lag the Jailer Tbe Russian army In and about PortI Arthur acorns to be much In the same attitude as the republican party since the adj urnment of the democratic con ventlon In other words It Is besieged on all Idee and U In what Is designated the nine bole with no hope of mak ing another point From reports received from county assessors Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland has made a compilation boIlog the acreage of tobiooo In Kentucky for the year 1903 to be 243320 and the animated pounds of the crop to be 198630321 showing an Inoreace of over 3000000 pound over the year 1902 Twenty or more people were killed mod about 8S Injured In a collision be tween a passenger train and a freight it Glenwood S3 miles southof Chicago an the Cbluago A Eastern Illinois rail road The passenger train was taking a plcnlo party back to Chicago from Momccoe III and ran Into the freight it a sharp curve as It was switching from one track to the other Tbo entice and baggage oar ran through the freight and nearly all the passengers In the Ort coach wore either killed or InjuredLAND STOCK CROPS ETC Fresh milk cow for sale J A Tucker Maywood The grain trado 1s disturbed over alny conditions the Northwest FOR SALEA firstclass Aberdeen Angus bull R H Crow Shelby City E P Woods bought of McCllntock L Co of Bourbon county a car load of ambs at do and sold them at Ito E P Woods bought of various parties 1000 lambs at al to 60 He also ought a carload of butcher stuff at 2 to 3j Will have a carload of Missouri orses at Albright pen sat Brodhead text Saturday Itith J P Chandler Luctloneor Wanted 60000 bushels of wheat at big best market price delivered at foreland or McKinney DS Carpen tel Huitonvllle IN PFiNI have a black Berkshire rift of about 80 pounds In astray pen Owner can get same by paying for her keep and this notice R G Jones oarehalaHighball winner of the American icrby and ono of the best threoycar aIds of the season was chloroformed aod shot Highball broke his left irelcg In two places In a race at rlghton Beach He was insured for 25000 and Is owned by W M Shot Lei of New York and trained by Bub May of Lexington An attempt wal mado to save the colt for stud pur once but this was found impossible aDd It was decided to end his suffering Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thinu tbaL ever was made is Dr Kings Now Mfe Illla These pills change weak eat into strength listlessness Into ener g1 brain fag Into mentalpower Theyre ondtrtull in building up the health inly 25e per box Sold by G L Penny MIt F J CAMPBELL i Oae of the best newspaper men IDi the state and one who has done more t for democracy cause than any mm In the bloody eleventh district Is Mr F J Campbell editor of tbe Somerset Journal He le a great friend and supI porterof Governor Beckham who rec ognized his valuable services by ap pointing him oo the State board of equallzitlon a position of great bocor and some pay Mr Campbell founded the Stanford Interior Journal and laid the foundation for that paper long and prosperous career For several years after Its sale be tried to follow other lines of business but finally drifted back Into the arms of his first lov- ejodrnallamcod took charge of the Somerset Journal which he has mbdo power in the land which Is densely republican His paper II one of tbe bet edited and ben printed anywhere and bear evidence of thrift and prosperity In unmistakable conditions Mr Campbell Is assisted In bis edito rial work by his wile to whom he gladly gives credit for mub of its standing and success Lexington Dem ocrat What Dr GCarpenter Has to Say About Dripping Springs I wish you were here for la mucbIneeded rest Send I J to us at ping Springs for a month This aaI Ideal health resort for rest recupera Ion good water and Inhaling ozone The air la so pure and dry that one ap pears to be at an altitude many hun dred feat higher than Stanford The ootel la uptodate In every particular food bjunttful well cooked appetizing and nutritious Tbo wafers here are mild and strong chalybeate sulphur and eplom sod the moat whimsical and irritable stomach can be Hppeated The road to Dripping Springs are first class Sunshine la abundant bat not too hot the scenery is grand It U worth a trip hero to get on the Springs mountain and look over Into the Blue Gras county In Lincoln and around Stanford Reader of the I J come and bring or send your families for a months sojournhere You will save phyilolan and druggists billand miss tbe annoyances ot servants and houiekceplng In hot weather Tbe hotel has been remodeled and li com fortable Mr and Mrs Fisher make the best of hotel keepers and see that you get the worth of your money Very respectfully J G CARIENTEU One Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets- I have I believe sold 60 boxes of Ohambcrlnlns Stomach and Liver Tab lets on tbe recommendation of ono lady here who first bought a box of them about a your ago She never tires of telling her neighbors and friends abou tho good qualities of these TabletaP M Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite wltb ladles everywhere For Sale by all drug gletl An aged Bill vllle citizen engaged the own poet to write an obituary on a late rlond of his and the following was ubmltted Ho left this world of sorrow In another world to shine And reached the heavenly portals Just as tbe clock struck 9 I The only trouble about that said tbo old manilia that he dldnt leave bAre till 12 Atlanta Constitution I To the Fay viaQueen reacent Route and Southern Railway xcellent service from South and outheaat For Information address W O Rlnearaoo G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington 1r When bilious tats Chnrabirlalns tomacli and Liver Tablets For Sale by al1 druggists I ARE YOU GOING To the St Louis Exposition or to the j Seashore for a vacation If so come in and let us fit you up in one ofjour cool twopiece unlined Suits You will feel welldressed and comforta ble while away 85O to 16 SO stamrat T D mILLER Danville KU THE GLOBEI BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G IMiss and Hurre Steward porter L000 Per month U tho royalty received by the patentee of the HAS KLDEN FILTER This must bo a good thing if it is worth that ifltioh to those people I will put you up ono for the emnll sum of 600 Call and oxamino mystock of forces pumps cast iron cistern platform with galvanized pump to fit bucket pumps pitcher pumps roofing guttering and plumbing work done on short notice and Satisfaction guaranteed Phone No 116 S H ALLRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky Druggist Confidence Confidence no fear of mistakesis what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS andJ PURE MATE RIALS are our stock in trade When you want things done right when yon want pure drugs when you are tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every department the best service and the best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N CraigPharmacist Stanford KentuckyI GO TO W B McRobertsDRUGGIST FOR LAN DRETHS GARDEN SEED 1 LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTlC tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON r DEMOCRATIC TICKET For PmMtnt ALTONDR00KSPARRER qf iVw York Per Viet Prttiden- tHEURYO DAVIS of Wnt Virginia APPELLATE COURT CONVENTION The democrat of this part of the Fifth Appellate district should not for- getC that man conventions of the party i will be held at the county soata of the several counties comprising the die trict on Tuesday August 2 1004 to appoint delegates to the district con ven lon which will be held at Lexing ttooon Thursday Aug 4th to noml a candidate for judge of the court of appeals Remember the time Tues day August end at 1 oclock I M Place court house terCOMMENTING on Senator James B McCreary and his work at theSt Louis Itconvention be Louisville Times bays Good judgment fidelity to duty and i honesty and loyalty characterized the l service of United States Senator James I B McCreary as a delegate atlarge to the St Louis convention Kentuckians who have watched his career In the House of Representatives more recent 1y In the Senate and his services In par ty affairs In the State express the opin ion that be Is the foremost democrat of the Commonwealth and is the most capable representative of the States beet citizenship It has been charged by Senator Ma Crearyi enemies that be Is stow to make up his mind about public policies and party matters His friends reply that that Is true but after he does I reach a conclusion he can not be shak g en from It He first decides in his own 1 mind thelbest thing to do and then I does it He does not undergo the t lightning like changes that so many F latter day politicians have a habit of doing I When Senator McCreary went to St I Louie he made the motion In the Kent tacky delegation Instructing the dele gates to vote for Parker With this done he stood by Parker and when oth ers were trying to get the delegates to violate their Instructions no one had any doubt about the Senators position t He served on the committee on perma nent organization and attended the meetings of the committee regularly t and faithfully He voted for the majority report of I the committee on credentials which recommended the seating of the regu larly elected and duly accredited dele gates from Illinois He took the posi Lion that the BryanHarrison men who had bolted the Springfield convention 4and had snot even gone through the forms of boldlng a separate convention should not be recognized However Gov Bcckham and Mr James hand ling themojority voted Kentucky for 4theBryan Harrleon men This gave Parkerlmen a terrific shock and they wanted to know why Kentucky should have gone on record for the recognition of a bolting delegation When Mr James tried to pull Ken tacky away fromi Parker no one stood his ground any firmer than Senator Mc Creary taletelling him that his views on the mon ieyquestion were no bar to his acceptance of the nomination Senator Mc Mriagainst ham was a member of the resolutions I committee and hesad It would be Im proper for him to vote Senator Black burn although ajdelegateatlarge was not In the convention and had not been on the floor for some time He was in Louisville when the vote was taken Senator McCreary was there and voted on every proposition that came before the delegation and the convention as a wbole Therefore In the view of the Senatorsfalthful public services the people of the State naturally regard him highly and recognize his ability To our observation not In years has this grand old appellate district had the opportunity presented to Itto name a jurist who would reflect credit upon it the bench and the Commonwealths alike more than now Lincoln eoun ttypresents the name of Judge Micah Chrlsman Saufiey a man of spotless character the highest integrity honest of purpose capable and fair with all men He Is fitted In every way for the exalted position having served up on the bench In this judicial district for 11 years and made the district a most excellent official He Is the pos sessor of a strong mind scholarly in the law concise In his opinions to the r point always and an oratorof exceptional ability From all over tho district the most encouraging reports come in and we hope and believe he will made the nominee of his party No une laurel would we pluck from bis worthy opponents brows but to our t I mind what the court of taIL resort needs most Is a strong active jurist ripe with experience in the law and one who can rapidly and accurate dispense with the largo number of cat es that have accumulated upon the docket In recent years Tnt editor of this paper is taking in the Worlds Fair this week and the once force Is in charge of the I J to day therefore we ask the Indulgence of the subscribers and patron In our feeble efforts toward filling the editors chair We wish to say for him that In our newspaper experience we have never known a more energetic news paper man in Kentucky than Mr E C Walton He tolls from the break of day till the shades of night and we are exceedingly glad to have him take the muchneeded recreation he and bis little daughter Lucy Leo are now enjoying ONE by one those who fought for the Lost Cause are crossing oer the river and resting under the shade of the trees In the death of Hon Joseph Mc Cain of Bedford Kentucky loses an honest upright and generous hearted man We had the honor to be asso elated with him In the last General Assembly of Kentucky and we never camA In contact with a more thorough gen tleman nor a more careful and painstak ing legislator Ho was a lawyer by profession and a gallant Confederate soldier Peace to his ashes TUB Louisville Post which flaunts the hateful lie at its maltbeaditA Democratic Newspaper is knocking the democratic ticket with all its little might As the opposition of that sub sidized organ Is worth more thbn Its support the signs of ParKers election continue to multiply- POLIT10ALcapital is being sought from the bolt of the Chicago Chroni cle as If the peculiar personal feeling of that organ was an Index to the pout ical temper of the American people While the Chronicle announces Its in tention to support the republican par ty In the coming campaign It Is neither calculated to do much good to the cause It espouses or Injure tho cause it has abandoned As a matter of fact the Chronicle never enjoyed much of a po litical following and like all other in stitutions or Individuals It has the most perfest right to chase a will o the wisp of Its own choosing- ADDITIONAL LOCAL JOSEPH PRICE INFIRMARY has aloe ed Its doors and the doctors and nurses are taking a mucn needed rest It will be opened again Aug 15in Six or seven young bloodhounds by Mllllklna cbamlon dog with 260 sue cessful trails to his credit for sale M S Baugbman Stanford Ky BURGLARS broke in Hunn Bros store at Shelby City last night and stole about ItO in money and a lot of mer chandise Bloodhounds are on the trail Tnz L d N will sell roundtrip tickets to Cincinnati July 18 10 and 20 limited to July 25 at 14 15 on account of the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Elks FOR SALEI have a 21horse power gasoline engine and a No 12 Geneva cutting Pox with 12 feet of carrier Alt in good condition J B Camen isch 4t ATTENTION JUDGE TRIUDLE We nvlte your attention to the Vagrancy law passed by the recent Legislature defining vagrants and the punishment tberefor Stanford is Infested with a lot of worthless and Idle Negroes who bang around the street corners and at the depot and use profane language and who never pretend to do a days work We hope that Marshal Jones will come to your rescue and en force that stringent law Put them to cleaning the streets as they need It badly REDUCED rates on all railroads to the Crab Orchard fair July 27 28 29 A rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip to the fair Las been secured from Louisville Winchester Lancas ter Jelllco Mlddlesboro Richmond Stanford Corbln and all Intermediate points Passenger coaches will be at tacked to the local leaving Livingston every morning and arriving at Crab Orchard at 830 These coaches will be attached to a local which will be held at Crab Orchard each afternoon until the exhibition Is over running back to Livingston 9 LASLEYRev L M Laeloy who has been in tblb county several days at the bedside of his aged mother who lives near Park vllle was this morning telling of the tine prospects for young men In the mining reglonsof New Mex leo Be said The new mining fields of New Mexico offer opportunities for small means as well as there of more capital Mines not mining stocks act ual mines of great riches may be bad for making the location and many al ready located and provedup may be bad for a few hundred dollars A little rconoy pluck and energy will accomplish moro In a new mining Held within the short space of three to five years thane life of toll In any other vocation Mr Bolltthe past few years In New Mexico tAdvocate xa t POLITICAL Senator Tlllman of South Carolina who Is In Washington suffering from a soar throat announces that bo expects to take an notlvo part In the presiden tial campaign George F Waihburn of Massachusetts a leading Populist says that a national conference of Bryans friends will be called within the next 30 days to discuss the political situation- W J Bryan has prepared a statement for publication In his paper an nouncing that he will vote for Parker and Davis but asserting that he will keep up the fight against street Interests after the electiooI By a vote of 68 to 25 the teachers of Laurel county decided that D O Ed wards should make the race for the Re publican nomination for Congress against Dr Hunter Capt Ed Parker accepted the result and will make speeches for Edwards There are six candidates announced for the democratic nomination for cir cult judge In the llth Judicial district to complete the unexplred term of the lato Charles Patteion as follows H P Cooper Judge J PTbompeon Jno MuChord H W Rives I H Thur man and Scott Mayes The republicans of West Virginia In convention at Wheeling nominated W 0 Damon for Governor Senator Elklns who presided as temporary I chairman delivered an address In which be referred briefly and kindly to the nominatlou of former Senator Davli by the democrats for Vice President Democratic leaders throughout the country express themselves as highly pleased with tho work of the National Repreaentajtlvo sippi expressed the Intention of taking an active part In the campaign Ho will spoak In the pivotal States The Times correspondent after male leg a careful investigation as to those who opposed Mr W J Bryan In 1800 and 1000 has found not one in the town of Lancaster who will not support Judge Parker Those who have been mosthostlle toward the national ticket will and ought to receive the hearty and loyal support of all who voted for Palmer and Biiokner and those who went to the extreme and voted for Mc Kinley IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J B Gadbcrry who forseveralycars was in business In Danville died at Liberty a few days since Bud Davie an employe of the Queen and Crescent railroad was crushed to death at Somerset while saving tbellfe of a cblldiMrs Jennie Davis Foster of Lexing ton disappeared from her home and her body was found floating In an old pond She said lifes ills were too burdensome for her to bear Charley Fowler while repairing a gutter on the third story of the Cum berland Hotel at Somerset fell through a scaffold upon which he was standing receiving injuries from which he will dieThe Kentucky Railroad Commission unanimously decided that it has juris diction to pass upon the charges of extortion preferred against the Car Serv ice Association by the Lumbermen Club Tuesday was set at the date for the hearing Another oil well has beqn brought in- on the Steely farm about ore mile north of Wllllamsburg This Is the fourth well that has been put down In that vicinity One was dry but the others have been pumped since November and are making a fairly good show log The last oner has tbe deepelt land of any of them and appear to be the belt Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Goloblc of Colusa Jalif writes For 1Q yean I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried every thing known I came across Electric Jitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney tronb lee and general debility Only 60c Satisfaction guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist The New Mason Hotel RATES zoo PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUtJABS Proprhlcr Ettclrk Ushli In every room ltI1InLIUrge Welldented Sample Room FOR SALE Ten acre of land a twostory trout seven room cottage The home la new A union did garden and orchard There li a large mill on the place a good crusher and the dam ti In good repair and tho natural power Is great economy In running the mill Does a splendid builncsi Everything Is In good repair hat all necessary outbuilding The owner only reason selling li the rush ot other business as be has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty lion tho Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain for further address S 0 KyorU Ky Lumber Notice I feoclngtrallllnll partywishesI Produce Wanted I Will pay you the best market price for eggs andbeI KyLUMBER WANTED I IleRdlngtlumberprice at Moreland D H 0 Peyton I FOB FANCY GROCERIES 8Paynemade Ico and frosts meats alwafaon hRndII SAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We have Just received M OArs coal and will toll ata reduced ehrerthanKINO ti COX Uareland Ky NOTICEI I am now ready to handle butte In lljo pakindsbeforeW 1 DltADailAW Tumenvllle Farm For Sale I On account of lll health I desire to sell Inedgfruit never fallingwater Will sell awbole or Me on lower part O H BARNETT Huitonvllle Ky Dripping Springs Spears Fisher Mgr SpleedldtablelotataceDripping THE Joseph Price Infirmary li open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for eon sultation Board and nursing thaI be cash In advance weekly and mouthlr Profea ilonal Will ue when service are rendered and mutt paid promptly R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky office In Myer inure Parlor Phone ul E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I lining been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying 1 represent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons 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 as inex perienced men who are in the business I have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for past fayors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor BD CARTER Successor to Bruce sir Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your in solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute vIolators to the full extent ot tho law J Z Bpoonaraore T U Holmes n P J B Oamcnltcb Peter Ilalmer W H Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife Carson 111 Hawkln MM Mary E Welch U A Lawrence Frank Cordler Mrs A D Boot Sam V Morgan Humphrey O T Wllfson- Gharlo Ensslln Stanford Granite Marble Co UNCOnpOKATKO Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers taolet eta from our own Lincoln county atone recent ly discovered the analyst of which prove It to be ot the finest quality This tone is In several colors We cnn also furnish standard material from any other quarries In the world Phone rosin ofllco 00 Doono pre Stanford Ky or T J Tctor branch onice McKlnney LeaUerIJ 0 The closing out sale to quit business r is going on Great crowds are buying the many BARGAINS we are offering Get in the push and save MONEY Remember its COST and BELOW COST for you r OW8LCY WATT1I CPU ADS THE GRAND LEADER- M I B Lot Y G Co S B Lovy Queen Crescent RoutejSHORTEst LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES t DrnNlENrCincinnati Lexington Chattanooga rKnoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Pointst+ FOR INrORUATION MTCt HO ADDim- E N AlKBN Tray Pawr Agt 89 0 Mnlit St Lexington Ky W A OARRirrr Oed Mgr W C RINBARSON len Pnu Ast CINCINNATI J 1 The last resting place of your departed onea by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive t and artistic design the best material rand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Menu rnenti Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central KentuckyC Lettering done by tools None better None cheaperlI WM ADA MS A SON Lexington TRY A PAIR OF OUR f SHEARSAnd if not satisfactory return thorn and got another 4ihandedge tho largest lueortmunt over in town Call and see thorn 1Stanfordt I We Still Have In Stock- A r Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and which prices we are offering at Dimitiesr W E Perkins j nocovered and repaired and mado almost alt good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella bettor than the tramp repairers and for less money Jive me a trial FRANK ATKIN Stanford 1 Ky L l square Shears Crab Orchard Ky r t Stanford Male And female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY 1rtUMBRELLAS fNEWproparedwood work I have iin experienced work man In charge Work guaranteed Qlvo ItimeDARER WALLS i f THE WIND UPIjOf 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 J 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 ifi hams and Percales that were intended for last weeks sale that go on sale at 8 13 and 9c regular price 12 l2c Come early to get the choicest JiSEVERANCE SON srrANFORDJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 11 100 H WllKN you are tired and have mon than you can do or company drops to unexpectedly Ju call photo number So Penny Crujt Store and order wha lee uream you may need We can fur i alb you soy qunmy at only time Prloo 110 per Dru Storo Stabford lyIPERSONALS BORN to the wife of Jebn S Baugh f man a girl MlBB FILMcI8 CooPER le with Hut lonvltle relative CrvnB CABS of Drt heofl I IIMIBB OnUle Norlni MR J A HAMMOND the rnerehan prlno of Hubble It very ilftc I PROP U S EUIIANK attended th teachers lattlluta at London j MHB R U MAIIONY U spending a week at Grab Orchard Sprlppi MR WALT It OWSUSY made a butl MM trip to Pranklln this week + talon J 0 CARlBNTRR and WIn Jo taphlno are tejovrnlni at Drlpplni SprlnetMlseEcuvUA POLLARD of Dan ville U the RWtt at Mta ills May Kfwlknd MRS A n SUVBRANOB and Iiu4i tea H alb of Alwto Texas are with t relative here MRS R n CRow and kIMren ol Ute Shelby OUr iMtion are attending the St Louii fair Miss MAUIR WKrrRbeld Uoket No W whleh drew the handion lamp at Oeo IL Farrlt Ie Co Mite ANNUl HALUI who hat been with her mother Mrs Jane flesh I loan at Crab Orchard returned to LouliTlllo Tuesday Mna J L CONWAV of Wlwhlta Kauiai and Miss Anna Reid of Hut lonvllle were paitencert on Tuetdavt LeuhaIIIe bound train MR WILLIAM n MURPHY wife and Ii pretty baby barn returned to then home at Cellna Texas after a pleat ant visit to relative here MISS BELLE DBNNY entertained a number of friends at euchre Wednet 1j day morning from 9 to 11 at her beau tlful home on Knob Lick pike MRS ALICE PHILLIPS Misses Annie McKlnney and Georgia Lewis loll Tuesday night to attend the summer school for teacher al Knoxvllle MR9 W T WOOLPOLK and daugh ter Mitt Margaret of Lexington and Mrs Eliza Ballard of Bryanttvllle are the jlucJjtl of Mitt Annie Phllllpi Miss FLONNIK HAMMOND the I Jsp- retty correspondent at Hubble paid t this olllco a call Wednesday She was accompanied by Miss Joule McKech nleMR A D PARSONS who hat boon working In a mill at Owoniboro has II secured a good position with the Gray ion Johnson mill at Newtown Scott countyMiss GARRIR LAU who has been en Igaged at J P Jones for some time left for her homo In Loulivlllo Wed neiday Miss Lau made many frlendi while here DR W S BBAZLKY and family and Mr Fred Friable and family who have been to Mlddlciboro visiting topped over with Mrs Pattlo Hay yesterday en route to Lancaster MR E C WALTON and little daugh ter Lucy Lee and Walton Vaughan of Ashland Va left Wednesday for I St Louis to see the Big Fair Bo will tell hit readers of the eights he law In next issue- Miss KLLA MAY NEWLAND whohas been with the telephone company here t for some time hatroslgned her position as operator and has accepted a similar position with the same company at Stanford Mlai Newland III an export and accommodating operator and the people ot that oiLY should consider L thomiolvcs fortunate In securing her t lervlces Advocate MISSES CLQE BAUQUMAK of Stanford and Reca Baker of Mt Vernon were guests In tho city yesterday I Sbelton Saufley Managing Editor of the Lexington Democrat was In town with friends Tuesday Miss Edna Baughman who has been spending several days with Mrs Monto Fox on Lexington street left yesterday for her homo at Huitonvllle Frank Lusk formerly of Huatonvllle now with tbo k f Westing House Co of Plttiburg was was In town yesterday Advocate Miss JENNIE LYNN U visiting rela lives In Glasgow Mu W o SPEED spent several days at Lafollette Teen DuJF wont to ping Springs YCltordyIMiss M KAY BALLHB of Harrode burg Is with Miss Anna CookaMR AND MRS J 0 HAYS aro enjoy log a stay at Crab Orchard Springs GW LUCAS of Livingston was here yesterday and paid this office a callMRS CAUELL DILLION of LanoaV tel was the guest of her brother Mr Sim Wortbam Miss BHSSIE DAWSOK of Stanford was the guest of Miss Lucy Adams Rlebmond Climax MIB6K8 FLORBNCK AXD SATANKAU BUCK are ltltloll their brother Rev Orland flask InMadUon MR AND MRS J K CLADNOU andI I little ton of Somrat are the guests of Mr and Mrs J K Lynn CRAIG CAMDRN Willie Goodrlob Julian Fowle Till Supbanion and W B Land of Rowland Ml Wednesday for the Worlttt Pall at St LoulrMR W B BURTON the popular horseman of Lancaster paned through to Martlnivllle led Wednesday seek Inz relief from rneuiaatlira Do was a00001 pan ltd by Dr Sid Iiball NEw s comes from Ann pollt of the birth of daughter to Mr and Mrs Oat lo B BrltUan The llttla stranger hat Men christened Mary Bllitbeth In boBor of her mother Mrs Brlttlan lea titter of Mrs W H Sbankn ot this plate Miss PATSY PHBWITT eat rtalntd yesterday afternoon with a delightful irlvlog party which the gave In honor ot her guests Misses Tevlt Carpenter of Stanford Frances Tremeroof Frank runt and Leila Prewltt of Mt SLerI ling The party left MIl Prewlttt aountry home about i ooloek and drove a Elk Llok Fells There they enjoyed a delicious upper which had been tak en along In big hampers The after 0000 and evening were very delightfully speoLLex Democrat LOCALS WATCHES clocks Jewelry sterling lIver etc at W H Mueller TUB tax books are ready Please call and pay your taxes M S Baugh nan iberlff House for rent East Steeot taoford Apply to G B Cooper Mrs M E Brooaugb CELERY plants now ready John brltman Stanford W borrow 11000 on good iroperly Notify ibis ofllce at onto J O KLROD the photographer who pent some time here working hit pro cube is now located JunctlonClty NOTICE Ml per Indebted to ut by note or account will please call andI cttlo at Onto and save cott Carton Pooco TUB prettiest sole tloaof cut glass hat ever came to town and prices ower than in any other town W IL dueller READY I am now ready to receive uestt at Olympian Springs near Mt atom at 15 50 per week F M Sims Manager To FARMERS Iwlllfurnlsh tho best hreshlng poet the Jelllco at my yard at Rowland at Die Quality guaranteed Elmer BDonhamI ATTORNEY W S BURCII has moved hh law ofllce to the apartments rccent ly vacated by nOD Barvoy Helm The attar la occupying Col Welchs old Dome CALLED The Eighth district demo ratio committee has been called to- mellL at Nlcholasvlllo July 21 to decide on a manner of selecting a democratic omlnee for Congress THERE will bo an folks service nt tbo Baptist church Sunday morning at blob the old hymns will bo sung and tho sermon will bo to the old folks or alhor and mother Everybody Invited Come and help ui As usual Mlis Malllo Trlbblo Is the ret to bring roasting ears to town ner first Installment came Friday but his paper was not aware of It until too late for last Issue There aro tow better gardeners or farmers than Mlea nibble ROOMS for rent Apply to W N CraigaIALL kinds of watch chains at all kind of price and each tho beet of kind at the price W H Muelle- rWANTEDA position as bookkeeper typewriter Diploma In botbI Age Its Hubort Reynolds Moreland2t IWB will tell you your ihooa for leu than vou can purchase than anywhere Come and tee John P Jones FOR RoverThe little atororoo on Lancaster Street next door to IN TBRIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky MONBY HBttEfuryW U Walker oak us to state that th la here for the Jurors who terv d during the last term of circuit court AOCUSBD Of STBALlNOOillCKBNS Welcome and William Clark wore In Judge Baileys court this week on th charge of stealing chickens from va parties In the Hubble section They were not ready for trial and art outun bai- lAccgrr THANKS The Crab Oroh ard Fair Racing Association has our thanks for comp to the excellent fair to be held July 27 2S nod 29 at Oral Orchard Everything points to one of the biggest fairs in the State and the crowd will be larger than ever before flaMR A W CARPKNTKR has our tbaekt for a large baeket of hit lut stare peaches U la not Infrequently the case that a mans heart li raaobed via his stomach and ai Mr Carpenter li a eandldate his nice present hat put to thinking CRASS ORCHARD SPRINGS Manage J B Wllllt ot Crab Orchard Sprlngi writes ua that the opening ball of that famous resort will be given to night Music will be furnished by the Immortal Saxlon and everybody It Invited to come and participate There aro abou 76 guests at the Springs now and the crowd It Increasing ovary day Gc and enjoy yourself WRBCIC Double headersNoeblaoc 62 on tbo L N collided on the Oath lemanl aiding Wednesday night abou 10 oclock overturning a number of care and causing a damage of severs I thousand dollars to tbo railroad com ploy The wreck was cleared at rap lily ai ponlble but It delayed No 25 about 12 hours One of the tralnme was hurt but not seriously TRAYLOR Mr AlexTraylor died at Joseph Price Infirmary Tuesday at ternoon after a protracted Illness o bloodpolionlng The day before hli physicians amputated his right leg and the shock of It with other troubles hai lened hit death Mr Traylor was 71 years old and wan an honorable good citizen ills wife who was a titter ol Mciiri W T and L H Stone died tome years ago but he It survived by the following children Meiers Allen K U S Emmett C and Dan Traylor Mesdames W M Zanone of Lancas ter and Ed L Dudderar of firming ham The burial took place nt Gosh en at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon after services at the grave by Rev J W Begin Mrs Nannie Stone and Menrt John W H and A T Tray lor litter and brothers of the deceased and the children who are left to mourn the lose of a kind father have the un founded sympathy of the community I PARTY Mlstea Sue Taylor and Nane Woods Engleman charmingly entertained Wednesday evening at heir country home In honor of their guesta Misses Blanche Mont Verna Konnelt Louisville Besale T and Elise Engleman Danville Minerva Embry Lexington Etta CarpenterI Mlllortburg and Salllo Taylor Woods ot this place Tho houio wart beautifully Illuminated and the lawn was till ed with teleatote state for tbo nu serous guests present and the old eld story was told oven sweeter and getter than ore before by the belles and beaux At the proper hour re freshments were served In an elegant manner In the drawing room which was decorated tastily for the auspi cious occasion Mils Beailo T Englo man presided at the frappe bowl The Hisses Engleman and her guests re ceived the visitors In a most happy style There wore about fiO guests and It was a Lawn party In every sense ot the word LOSTA Georgetown College class pin Leavo at ibis office FOR RENTNew house of cven rooms on Lancaster street W B 0 Btnnon MORE Peggy From Paris bare re calved today De sure to get one J P Jonee N FOR SALK Pbwtonbuggy and bar ness nearly new and pome furniture For rent piano and organ Stanton Female College IF you want to attend the bigger sale of stock ever held In this tectlo of the State go to R E Goddarda sale near Burgln Wednesday next 20th Trains on C S and L S get there In time and the 480 C S fast traIn which connects with L S and all oth er trains at Lexington will stop tba evening Besides many duo horses and colts 30 shorthorn rattle will be sold Remember the date and go CRAB ORCHARD FAIROalq two weeks longer HIT tho Crab Orcbar Pair begins and It promises to be tbe best exhibition ever given by that ex oellent association President Bro laugh and Secretary Wallin are doln all In boll power to make it a succet and we have not a doubt but what thel will succeed admirably lo their efforts Get your Block ready and be on hand Running trotting and pacing race everyday The ibow rings will bo the largest ever known AT a meeting ol the directors of Lbe Stanford Water Light Ice Co tho other night Judge M C Saufley wa elected president to succeed Col W G Welch deceased The followln directors compose the company now M C Saufiey Geo L Penny L M Howe O B Ilei J F Peyton The company has added numerous improve meots to their plant this year and now they have one oftbe best In the State SALUM SPRINGS PARTY Mra Allo Cloyd chaperoned the following party of young ladles to Alum Springs Wed neiday and they spent a most delight ful day Misses Nell and Josephln Warren Lucille Cooper Nan New land Stella Rupley LUa Belle Cash Marie Mabony and Etta Belle Cloyd While there the party had a dellclou lunch and after that was dispense with the noted fortune toller Mrs Highlander of Junction City appear ed on the scene and told their fortune I world without end They also visile I Llnnlella Sprlngi MATRIMONIAL It has been announced that In 100 l Senator William A Clark of Montana was married to Mils Anna La Chap pelle In Marseilles France Milton A Oyeratreet and Miss Mar Lynn Davie were married at the rest dence pf the bride at Braxtoo Mercer county by Rev Overstrcel brother o r the groom Mwag saloon COOD ft RICE Prors Finest wine whisky and been Special wholesale dealer Lexingtons famous Blue rasa Beer Onto keg and bottled O bent Southwood mixer Phone 66 Stan lord Ky NOTICETO PUBLIC At home once more 1 want to say to my many friends and to the public that I have come to stay I have bought the J H Carter mill in Stanford Ky known as the Farmers Roller Mills I did my first milling here in 1872 and I am here to stay I will say to my friends and the public that I do my own milling and will be at the mill at all times day and night to wait on you and will take pleas ure in doing so Will make custom work- a specialty in the business I will pet the still in shape and will insureI you filstclass flour and meal for your rain and will also say to any one who 1car1lllourand are now as to care of your grain as any milt in the State and will do it We will be making meal by the first of next week but will not be able to make flour for about two weeks I We invite one and all to come and get as good flour and meal as is made in Ken tucky and nil that is due you I wish to say to the public and friends generally that Mr S R Walls Is my partner In this business and is an honorable gentle man andwe will treat just and right in everrrClpeot the of the firm Ia D Co Stanford Ky Respectfully yours I a V KENNEDY CO 1July Nth 1904 e e Keep 9Patts 01e ss Yt With A Pair of Those 25C Suspenders at VU ifr VU CUMIIINS MCLARY HOT WEATHER GOODS I 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 McROBRTSStanford Kentucky THE CRAB ORCHARD FAIR AND RACING ASSOCIATIONW- ILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING JULY 27 = 3 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 The Great Danville Fair Aug 3 4 and S esetessrsrcao Wait for it and make yodr ar rangements togo all three days Better this year than ever For particulars write HC BRIGHT Secretary THE JNTERIORJOURNALII Mnttred n the pottoffice at Stanford at I geioadclan maU- rrgfuyllahdTuesatip euaal0 xiaatrw 111 PERYEAR CASH Mr WksD sot iop Jd aOO will becharted 11 KNIXYILLEDIVISIONI II Train lolnl North IM r m 028 MM2soaml0 M II South J o2t II NEW LIVERY STABLE LW BAUD N SN Prcr1 JUNCTION CITY KY yirst01a Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Atteotlon to Traveling Men and Day For Sale M J H IOONE I COJ Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Street Also Dealers In Call on us on Depot Ooal Jesse W Sweeney rioriirron Livory Fcoi and Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates fla1J Traylor DBALSR IN Whisk Branflu Wines Beer Guars Etc II Carpenter 1 close to DepotSTANFORD KYI attention Nothlne but the benPrompt 1fOllte criers receiveW drink Cr telegraph prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS d You may need new matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains ticks curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partolst doorss gla tables chairs sates wardrobes couches dressers washsUnds beds mattresm chamber suite water letalampscburon ors foldlngbeds washing machines wring ert wall r carpet paper trunks tele acope carr1ago house paint curtain stretchers cirpot stretchers etc i PRUITT BROSP UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVEfYmN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will dO well to see us We have a number of sine Lincoln sod adjoining conntv farm for sale and will be pleated to show anyone what we have It you desire to sell Livery It In our hands Office at Boones Stable Stanford Ky II R6R1adanYInsurance Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners In counties of Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning jandTornado None but the and best OldLine Oom p panics represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone h- ltanford Kent- uckyLIVER tt TROUBLES 19flndThedfordDlpekDnughta good medicine for liver disease penfIOOwUbdoetOfl rr MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act I go to your dru and secure a of Thedfordi- IJlackDraugbt and taka dose i constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities and strengthen the kid neys A invites I colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys result in Brigbts disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black r keptin Blackf plalnte and found nothing to steel itwiLLiAM COFFMAN Mar- I blaheod 111 THEDFORDS i BLACK DRAUGHT J Hr HARVEY HELMI Of SunfjrJ It a canJUitt for Congress in this tin Eljrtith district subject to the action of the demo cratic party HON D L MOORE eI Meteor county Is I candidate for Congress In the Elthth district to succeed Non G sub led to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is eamestly solicited G G GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is a candidate for judge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 8R Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la the acttoi of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD Is a unaUal for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le till action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN II candidate for shone of Lincoln county subject to auction of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject te the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Uncoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate fer JaHer subject to the actMn of the leaocratlc party W I HERRIN lie candidate far JaRer subject to the action of the Ismoaadc PUb MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candkiate for Superintendent of Public Schools ef Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo critic party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PubHc Schools ef Uncoln County subject to the action of the demo cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lfnethi esuitty subject to the acBon of the democratic party D C ALLEN- Is a candidate for Aseessr of Laments cMys b Ject to tile aettoa of the Dwnecratsc party EMMETT MCORMACK faa caadUate for Aseossor ef Lincoln tMttf sub led to tha action of the deraocralk party W A CARSON Isacandkatef rAsteit rf uce wny ssb lect to Ute aeMen of the deraecralk pony Eo D KENNELY Is a caaJUate tor AuMor at Haresn cexMty subject to the acute of time democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a csadlJa for cosily ttd Llceta gatsubject to tie action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county It a candidate fur the smshutlo far Slate Senator In this district subject to tile action Of the denocntk party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congress subject to the acton of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hIr1MmooeNeTor rails to Bcitore ColorRayWeud1LFit I J LBeazleyCo Undertaker and- EmbaImera aUODllLIItll FtirnitureMattingaRugfsThey kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C+ MccLMY t1NDEB d4 sduYK1151u6Y EMBALMER And Dealear In 0- I S911NESSe9DDLEILY 01 Stanford Ky HON HENRY G DAVIS ExSenator Henry G Davis of West Virginia who waj chosen at democrat lo nominee for vice president li an oo togenarUn but eo active has been hie lire much ot It It ipent In the open alrl that he has tbe appearance of a man wbo It approaching tbe allotted spin of three score and ten He was bornon a farm near Baltimore on November 10 1823 and early lost his father who left no fortune Before he was 15 years of alto young Davit was thrown absolutely upon his own resources without a dollar to give him a lift Before reaching bis majority ho was made superintend eat of a small Virginia plantation and there be began to develop the rare ex ecutlve talent which afterward male him noted Later tie became a freight brakeman oa the Baltimore Ohio railroad and there he got his start Be saved moo ey and when be saw an opportunity to buy 18000 acres of land ai a few cents an acre bo took It over These lands prOdue11InlMr Davie Is a large stockholder la and a director of the railroad on which be was a brakeman and Is preeldentotan other road which ho practically owns Thle Is the West Virginia Central and while It was being built ho superin tended the entire work so that the workmen laid be knew every nail that was used Mr Davis is many times a million acre but It personally modest and un- ostentatious His home It at Elklns W Va where his soninlaw Stephen B Elklne a republican United States Senator lives Mr Davis himself served In the Sen ato from 1871 to 1SS3 and mjght have bad a reelection but he declined It Hit first entrance In politics was a member of tbe Virginia house of dele Rates In antebellum time before there was any State of West Virginia He afterward served two terms In the State Senate NOT A PATENT MEDICINE Hyomel the Guaranteed Ca tarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No one should confound Hyomel with patent medicines that are advertised to cure catarrh It la as fIT superior to them all as the diamond Is more valuable than cheap glass Their composition la secret but Hyomel gives ita formula to all reputablephysicians Is It not foolish to try and cure catarrh by swallowing tablets or liquids T The only natural way to cure thia disease and all other diseases of the respiratory organs Is to breathe Hyomel This treatment has been BO successful curing 09 per cent of all who have used it that Jlyomei is now sold by Penny un der an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure You run no risk whatever in buying Hromel If it did not posse unusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan 4 To The Voters qr the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of i Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tbe Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party At circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which bays become a part of tbe States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court U fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose aa to Ita proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockota of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such Irving circumstances la left to you to determine- I will be very grateful to all wbo feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oQlce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTKILL Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding all that Is done by boards of health and charitably Inclined persons the death rate among small children is very high during tho hot weather of summer months in the large cities There is not probably one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be cured by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank Biggs of Franklinville NY in Speaking of this remedy said I have found it expedient to have a supply of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hem edy on hand It has been a family safeguard and while especially beneficial to children It ia equally good in adult cases I recommend it cheerfully and without reservation For sale by all druggists ExSenator Henry U Davis owes bis nomination to several causes Ho IB a sound money man a man of great wealth and an employer It was felt that In him wore centered all necccssa ry attributes It le believed because of his relationship and his close aflhllation with Senator Nathan B Scott he will of DemocracySenator Senator Elklna I Hugh Tom Miller and wife of Bar bourvllle have smallpox I HUBBLE Dr W F fickle will begin school here Monday morning July 18 Mrs Lucy Donegan of BronltoD bat been vssltlng her mother Mrs J S Weaver Eld P M Tinder will Oil hs ap polntmnnt at the Christian qhufch on Sunday afternoon The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will give an Ice cream Supper on Saturday evening July 23 the proceeds to go to the church Mrs Bouroo Cover bat returned to her home In Somerset after a visit to relatives here Mrs Lou Bohon of Monticello Is with her mother Mrs Nancy Sloan Some of tho wheat In tbli community bat boon told to Lancaster parties at 80o James MoKechnlo bought 4000 bushels of wheat at 82 and 83o and ship ped It to Way no county Mist Ada Stroud of Joyce Is the pueit of Miss Mary Rlgney Dr W F Hlckle has returned from the Medi cal College In Louisville where he graduated with honors Mrs B F Walter and daughter Katherine of Lancaster are visiting Mrs Hi G Walter The wedding of Miss Ha Rankle to Mr Waller O Pettus was solemnized at the home of tbe bride Wednesday afternoon by Dr E V Pearce Tbe attendants wero Mr Pierce Rankin and Mist Jessie Denton of Somerset After congratulations by hosts of relatives and friend tbe bridal party left for Prcachersvllle where they were given a handsome reception at the homo of the groom Their many friends here wish them A happy and successful life CHURCH MATTERS Tbe meeting to be bold at Turners vllle begins Monday night July 18tb Instead of Aug ISib we are requested to announce Rev Lemual Mots D D a noted educator and divine formerly of Lout vllle and at one time president of Indi ana University died In New York Rev George Darsle for twentysix years pastor of tbe Christian church at Frankfort died suddenly In Chicago while under the Influence of an sues thetic administered for the purpose of performing an operation Tbe American Sunday school union In completing Its both year makes this report During tbeyear 2M2 new Bi ble schools have been established 9721 conversions have beenreported in these schools and those previously estab fished by tbe society 133 churches bare developed from these school 221803 visits have bees wade to fami net In sections where there are no churches or pastors 53787 sermons and addresses have been delivered by tbe 260 missionaries who have labored In the neglected sections of 42 States and territories of the Union S7ll ooplM of the Bible were distributed among needy famlllts and In the schools established by the society Over 12000 old schools were visited sad aid ed by these missionaries hI would cough nearly all night long If writes Mrs Chss Applegate of Alexan drill Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough fright fuly and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 8100 bottles of Dr Kings Now Tlseovery wholly cured me and I gained CS pounds II Its abso lutely guaranteed to cure Cough Cold La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 60o and 9100 Trial bottles free at Pennys drug store I Andrew Cuneo Colcagot wealthiest Italian resident was fatally shot 6y Anthony Cresclo wbo is believed to be Insane Cresclo narrowly escaped lynching at the bands of a mob Mrert of Gas City was shot IPerrI while robbing a farm sear Bloomington III Tbe Mallory Line seamrSanJacln to wag practically destroyed by fire at Chester Pa Tbe vessel was valued at 500000 Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only J8 I use the best of paints and varnlshe end guarantee my work to be firstclan Call nt shop on Somerset street and see specimen of my work- House painting and paper hanging cheaply and satisfactorily done J J DELDEN To Wheat Raisers I We will store In our warehouse and clove tor also handle and take proper care of your wheat IllBE OK OI1AUOK until Dec 11001 We further arree to pay for the same the price delivered F O II at Moro land Station from the commUslon merchants of Cincinnati O D M LIPl3 A SOY Hustonvlllu Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office in Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hooker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK tJBOOOO r Directors JB FattOD J B Owsley B H Shanks W O Walker Oeo WOarter 3 D Foster L 0 Gooch W II Cummins BrlgbtR w U Shanks I Successors to The Farmers flank d TruetOompanyand under semi management It yean SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky I 50000 established In 1SJJ tank of roorganlle at of Stanford In an unlnter It Is better BankSchool well than transact career ever and Cor OW8LKV HOOKER WEAKKNAMt MoKlnney Books School r rFor the benefit of that open duringthe Fummer we ham purchased a Urge supply of books that are used In We can supply you with any article useful to the scholarPENNYS DRUG STORE t A s for We for store la tha All and roa AT I decided to quit the baggy buss ness I will sell for the next to days at cost for cash a car load of and also a lot of harness They are till tho latest stylo and best make Part of tbo vehicles are rub ber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone DO VEIL Crab Orchard Ky Sept 8 loot As of the estate ofJ Coffey I wilt offer for sale and with the consent of Coffey their entire farm of 300 acres of as Rood land as la- In the with and all ueee sari Inge I Rood barns i of then very largo good fencing plcntr of stock water all In graw except about 60 acre The farm lays well on tho Huston vllle and pike In good and In one mile of depot nn 0 B Road If not sold before the alb of will then bo sold to the bidder Upon that lat1 will sell off of 66 acrsw off of M acres wheat off of 80 acres corn off of It acre 3 good work mules 1 mule 2 brood mares 13 1 binder 2 1 dlso harrow as good at new whoat drill 1 corn plant er 2 Oliver Ohlll plow No 201 corn shoji er 2 A harrows I hay baler In order 3 two horae wagons 2 hay framua one hslf Inter set In 6 acres of tobacco 80 to 100 bushels of grass seed 10000 tobacco ticks some old corn 1 buftgy and 1 saddle bridle and blanket 230 locust post for wire fence 100 white oak post for post rail fence 50 locust post for pot rail fence 1 double barrel ehut gun 1 gold watch I ill1 farm roller 33 harp brakes 1 Joseph Ooffey on the place and we will show them Sale will begin at 0 oclock sharp Also have 17 shares of turn TCHUSI The farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two years time with lien on land W A Corny Admr TOM Auc Bn I J B Cashier W U Asit 4 i r J B Prest ST HAUHI V Free J J Cite W U Our Directors I V Held B T Harris J B Hooker K L Tanner M n El mere B II T P Hill ace I II J il Iettus i Kd Carter Stanford et now Ky C R McCormack Dealer intFine Staple and Fancy Groceries k HardwareTinware and Harness and fish High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville PRICEA- nrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Oflcaeter UeRoUrtaDrnc Owtle- UslldlEl Dr OSWilliams DENTIST work guaranteed tionabio- Husjonviilo Kentucky BUGGIES COST FOR CASH Raving iluggleft Surreys Ihaetons Ilnakboarda CUllTIB Administrators Sale mlnlstrator V Joseph count residence Ditnvllle neighborhood highest personal property conlltlnKof- hay yearling yearling orchard harness voitwatch Anyonedeslrllg plonsuro 1lbertjTuropllodleburg Cemetery retained ENHUSII Officers 8UANK8 President imiOUT Cashiers Officers MctlOllKKTS Danville Stanford Stanford Robinson BanfordIBaucbman Stanford Stanford Supplies schools months Lincoln county deceased msctlues fertilizer Stanford Fresh meats daily I I WANTED I tI want to rent er bat a food MackMullli In a Roel town or dose to OfIO 111s i Kiifiwl Ky iSeason of 1004 Crab Orchard Springs Ktntuckyc Most Delightful Summer Risart Four Hotels Capacity 100 Gusts Famous CrnbOrchnrd Spring As the heated term approaches the thought arise where ihali 1 go to seek rest and quiet and find pleasant day and This can be easily answered Orchard Springs for nearly a eeutury proven a model Summer resort and season promises to bo the best In Jta cootIThere health and bapplne can always found The days are never warm while the nights are pleasant from June till October The ous Orab Orchard water from which It Chalybeate spring close to the Springs lintel A loom Well has been opened and the III1WIthe Salt Sulphur Well at depot has been cured The TnbleNeither money nor pains will be spared to nyike the table tho best to bo found In Ken poultry passed anywheretImprovements The Springs buildings have nil been Im beenliberally lovelytobeen tegravitlled Also a Job of plumbing just aboutcompieted from top to bottom Society nnd Amusements defforentire place The ceremonial edict of fashionable home lIfo aro laid aside while each Individual promotes his or her own hipplnoss In contributing to tho happiness of others RnJcu The rates aro very low considering the excellency of the servlee For IS to 110 per week delightful rooms and splendid faro eRn bo obtained Season Opened June I The season opened Juno let and all dur ing the Summer a band of music will be In attendance I For further particulars address J B WILU1S Manager S Crab Orchard Ky ft IrIi