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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL N VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 19 1904 SAM NO 41 ICrab Orchard I Quito a number of Stanford people are enjoying a stay at Old Dripping There are about 75 guests at Crab Orchard Springs and no better host and bosteis ever bad charge than Mr and Mrs J D Willis Work Is progressing rapidly on tbe R fair grounds and this promises to eclipse any lair ever held hero WIN r11am C Oormlcy of Illobmond Is here In remodeling the track and will have wane tine horses to exhibit Mrs Polly Oresbam Is quite low of tbo Infirmities of old ago at tbe homo of Mr Alfred Davis Mr Metaalt and family of lion City are at the King f Ilotol Mill anole lUdd has gooo to volt her aunt Mr Kato Putter at George DeBord Jr Is fJMaoebeeter a rest I The member of tbeCbrUtlaiebureb desire its many dotation aiptMilOte by Aug 12 and If by that time bay have I onougb to Justify a contractor In beginning work will commenoe by mIddle of August to rebJlld tbe stricken church Lilt all Interested IB God work reipjnd liberally and be rewarded Beery D Campbell has moved lobo his new outage on Stanford Street wbleh Is quite an addition to that end i of town Mr James Anderson his I built an oil to his boue and otherwise remodeled and repaired It Mr O W S DeDorde Is having a dining room and kltoben built to the roar of hie bouse t and Peyton Ktng the finest decorator L and painter In this end of the county has charge of Ho painting wbtch means it will be done right- HIGHLAND t t Mr B D Hlatl started out with his thresher this week The blackberry crop promlsM to be very lao while peaches and apples era scarce Young sold his mare and new 1buggy to ibis son U L YOUR of Pluibnrff for 1103 Drops are looking loc Some of our farmers are not quite through laying by their oorn on aocount of so maoh rain Jeff Hale sold to Lutes ft Oo 8 09 pound shorts at 122 J Y Goodpas ter sold to Mr Hunn a sow and calf for Ml K T Pence was hero looking for bogsSchool began Monday In tbe Greasy Ridge and South Pork districts with Mrs Laura Lee of KlngsvtUe as Maohw of first named and Miss Ethel Adam of Fishing Creek of the Utter MlM Annie Gooeb of Waynisburg has ban employed to teach the High lead sabool and Mlw Amanda Carton of nsistonville to teach tbe Mt Mo rlah school Mrs US Young and children of Science fllll spent several days this week with the families of C M and E B Young and E G Daugh Mite Sallle Light of Louisville Is visiting her grandfather H P Young Craig Butt has gone to Corbln Mrs Lucy Faulkner hoe returned from a visit to her slstcrIUliw Mrs Surber of Cor bin Barlan Aflame who has been at work at Burnslde Is at home again Walter ODare of Science BUI was visiting his father this week Charley t Love and wife of Klogsvllle are visit lug the family of F Rogers Fair Dates 4Kentuoky the dates fixed for i holding tbe Kentucky fairs Ior 1001 as far as reported Klrksvllle July 152 days Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville August 33 days Harrodsburg August 03 days Lawrenceburg August 164 days Liberty Aug 17 18 10- Brodhead Auj 17 18 10 Sbcpberdsvlllo Aug 234 days Shelbyvllle Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 214 days I Somerset Aug 304 days Nicholasvllle Aug 303 days Florence Aug 314 dove Glasgow Aug 31i days Ellzabotbtown Sept 6I days Bartfprd Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 06 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Ibo commissioners ot the Central Asylum at Lakeland will spend about 50000 In Improving the water supply faculties which have been Inadequate In the past A reservoir 1200x200 foot 7fa extent will bo built Crushed because he had been fined and sentenced to the county Jail as a oftshor Charles L Morohoad a LouUvlllo barber committed suicide by swallowing a quanlty of morphine Mlsa Mary Walker of Columbus Miss while strolling along the moun tale side at Montoagle Teen ellovcr a precipice a distance of 60 foot cue tithing probably fatal Injuries The lumber plant of the Alabama i Rift Flooring Company Montgomery Ala was destroyed by fire entai- ling4qa loss of f00000 JJj LANCASTER Marriage licenses were Issued this week to Ernest H Ill and Miss Amy Mulfloger Both are from Richmond Robert E Hughes has returned to the fair after a visit to his parents Tbe opening ball at Crab Orchard was well attended Friday evening Mlts Jessie Doty entertained Friday ovenlne In honor of Miss Alice Walker of North Carolina At the proper hour delicious refreshments were serv ed and all enjoyed the hospitality of tbe charming hostess The people of this community were sorry to learn of the death of Mrs Nan oy Dunn which took placo Friday at her porno near Bryantsvllle Her fu neral was conducted Sunday at tto Fork church and her remains were In terred In the Lancaster cemetery Mils Phillip of Nlcholasrlllo has been the guest of friends here On Sunday she presided at tbo organ of the Christian church Bar music was greatly enJiyed by the audience She will be one of the three music teacher at Jeitstnlne Institute next year Mr Budton uod wife of New Orleans and Mrs Joseph Knight of Nicholasvllle are with friends here Miss Mamie Ballard U the guru of Miss Bcesle Lear The State Y M C A held services In the different churches of our oily Sunday The evening service being a uclon uno was held In tbe Christian church Mr Roseflcld assisted by Mrstrs Lucas and Dlek conducted the services The work that Is being done by this organization Is acknowledged to be One Its Influence is being felt everywhere and bids fair to be estab lished In every nation where the Chris lien rellgloc la Known Mrs J B Skinner president of Jes samine Institute has boon hero for sev eral days In the Internet of her school at Nlcbolasvlllo Mrs Skinner le well known to our people her husband hay lOll bad charge of old Garrard College and his corps of teachers was the best ever employed by that Institution Mr Skinner offer a school for the training of young women who wish to tl l the portions that the changing con ditions of life offer Altogether her school has many advantages MATRIMONIAL Jesse Walls and Miss Beltlo Walls were Joined heart and hand onthoKUh Tbe engagement of William Waldorf capIDWilliam Batterton of Kansas City formerly of Danville will be married Tuesday to MUs Laara Moore of Mis souri Fifty year married and IS children living are notable facts In the lives of Mr and Mrs J J Thompson of Leba non who will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary July 21 Mr and Mrs James Blackburn of Woodford county announce the engagement of tbelr daughter Miss Hen rletta Blackburn to Mr Benjamin Barrls Wallace of Chicago The wedding will take place Aug 17 Miss Ollie daughter of Bon H L Jones of Corbln and Joseph Payne of Crab Orchard son of the wellknown jeweler and confectioner of that place wore married at Wllltamsburg Thurs day Mr Payne is to be congratulated on winning such a pretty and popular bride A FRIEND Mrs Mattte McRoberts one of the most popular citizens of this county was married In St Louis to J W Rlffe of Augusta Kan who was formerly a citizen of Lebanon and a son of P B Rlffe who wrote the book en titled CelesteCasey Now Tbe bride Is tbe widow of Dr O P MoRoh arts formerly of this placo GARNISHEE LAW CHANUED Of Interest to merchants Is tbo new garni shoe bill which passed tbe last Logic laturo and which became a law recently The bill repeals thee provision of Sections 1001 Kentucky Statuteci with reference to exemptions from attach ment Provided That the exemp tion of 1160 shall not apply to debts contracted for food fuel medicine rat mont or house rent for the family Under tbe old law tbe wages of a per son earning loss than 130 a month were not subject to attachment unices for food raiment fuel ect Now the ox emption for debts of that character le- the same as the exemption for any oth er debts Under the presentlaw unless a person earns moro than 850 a month his wages cannot be attached for any debt To tbo Worlds Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent oervlca from Southeast For Information addre11 W O Rlnoarson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarko T PA Lexington Icy When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For Sale by all druggists t NEWS NOTES A twobeaded girl was born In Cairo III Farmer Rdwan county went dry 204 to 84 Saturday Great damage is being done by severe weather throughout Chill Samuel P McCalmont a wealthy oil producer Is dead at Franklin Pa Meats poultry and eggs advanced considerably In price at New York Joseph Travis Walsh formerly aSu promo Court Judge of South Carolina Is dead Dr J G Furnish has reslgneda eu pcrlntendentof the Insane Asylum ut Lakeland Lioy Dunn a wellknown young man was drowned In the Sake opposite Pa ducab while fishing Thirty thousand people reviewed the remains of their late Mayor Samuel ToledoIOulo railroad ele vaLor at valued attSOO 000 was destroyed by dire Mrs Fannie Clark young wife of W R Clark died In St Joseph Hospital Lexington of appendicitis- At Cedar Rapids Iowa Samuel Baldwin crazed by drink killed his wife and committed suicide Bethlehem Henry county Is to have a bank which will make 11 banking Institutions for that county Robbers held up a train at Keechl Texas but owing to tbe premature ex plosion of their dynamite got nothing Warren Garrett a prominent attor ney of Smltbvllle Tenn committed suicide by shooting himself through the bead At Madlsonvllle Chesloy Shank a highly respected young man was drowned In tbe Victoria Mining pond while bathing Congressman Champ Clark of Mil souri delivered tbe graduating addrees at tbe Southern Normal School at Bowling Green Because Peter Genovese gave him a bard look Vincent Lobone whipped out a gun and shot him through the brain at New Orleans Russia has declined pending the war with Japan to enter upon negotiations with Great Britain for the settlement of questions at Issue between the two countriesAn man who Invited anelgh here family to supper served toadstools mistaking them for musbroons The host and one guest are dead and four others are fatally poisoned At Hot Springs Ark John T Col line a member of tbe Louisville police fore thereon sick furlough committed suicide by shooting himself In the etom ache with a 32onllber revolver Wlblu B Mapothcr has bson ap pointed assistant to the president of the L N railroad and all business referred to the first vice president In tbo past will be referred to the president until further notice According to Duns review thoprtccs of foodstuffs have declined In tbe large populated centers tbe republl cans will attribute this to Roosevelt but In the country and to the farmers they will hold the democratic party responsible Oom Paul Kruger is dead Be was known as the grand old man of tbo Transvaal Republic and was practical ly an exile from home Tbo British government was asked for permission to transport bis remains from Switzerland to South Africa The body of F Kent Loomls of Parkersburg W Va who disappeared from the steamship Kaiser Wllbelmll as that vessel was nearing Plymouth England on Juno 20 was found at Warren Point 15 miles from Plymouth There are no Indications of suicide or foul play ChamberlainCoylCholera 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 tbe most severe and dangerous cases It Is especially valuable for sum mot disorders in children It Is pleasant to take and never falls to give prompt re lief Why not buy it now It may save life For sale by all drueglds Tbe report that tbo Japanese lost 30 000 men at Port Arthur on July 10 or 1111 officially denied by the imperial headquarters stag at Toklo It is eta ted that not a shot was tired on either date A report from Ta Tcbo Klao says the Russian Port Arthur fleet bombarded Bal Chou but this Is not credited at St Petersburg What to do Until the Doctor Arrives- If it Is a case of colic or cholera mor bus give Chamberlains Colic Cholera find Diarrhoea Itemedy and you will have no need ot a doctor For sale by all diuggisU A meat famine Is possible In New York within a tow days If the widespread sir ke of the Butchers Union HUSTONVILLE Miss Grace Goode Is visiting rela lives In Covington- Cowan it McCormack shipped over 700Jambs to tbe Cincinnati market last weekWill the friends who borrowed Mrs Chas Wheelers curtain stretchers kindly return them as she needs them badlyCallen Goode with his slater Miss Cora from Covington attended tbo obicqules ot their grandmother Mr Sallie Goode Mr Tom Murphy and tbe Misses Ellis and Miss Ida Lyon and Miss Cora Peyton of Casey were shopping at the Emporium last week If you want to live easy and be cor I respondingly healthy and happy then buy a farm of W R Williams Hue tonvllle who has now nearly 100 you can select from Mr and Mrs Chic Wheeler are the recipients of a very handsome single seated English Victoria made In the city of London and cost 8150 Dr Carl Wheeler is tbe generous donor Protracted meeting at tbo Baptist church began here on Monday night nd will continue for a week or 10 daya Rev Buey of your city Is tbe able assistant of the pastor Rev J D Cole manJ P Goode and family desire to re turn their heartfelt thanks to their many friends who so kindly tendered the helping hand and their kind sym pathies during the lliaeis and loss of their mother J W Powell found among the effects of Miss Fannie Powell a well preserved one dollar bill on the Bank of Tennet see at Nashville dated Feb 1 1861 signed by Ramsey president and J B MoMahan cashier The Bufttonvllle Graded School ball team played Junction City the score being 14 to 01n favor of our boys A return game was to have been played here on Saturday but the Junction City contingent failed to materialize- A debate of unusual Interest upon the teachings of the Bible between the Rev J B Ferrell of Mlddcbur a Baptist and one Fltzwaters who claims to be a saint and does not be- lIeve In church organizations The debate will be held at Concord church on the Fork and will begin Aug Oth Cicero Reynolds and his able assistant Mr Henry Newland have com pleted surveying and locating tbe boundary of our graded school district Their work has been quite laborious as each lino they ran beginning In the front door of tbe college ran a straight line through fields of corn hemp wheat etc which with the tempera ture well up in the SOs made the work unusually disagreeable Ur Carl Wheeler of Lexington ar rived Monday to spend a couple of weeks with his parents recreating They met him at Moreland with tbelr automobile Mrs W B Wright has returned to Somerset for a few weeks treatment by Dr Waddle under whose care she haw rapidly Improved Miss es Anna Belle Wheeler of Maysvllle and Lalla Wheeler of Cincinnati aro with Mr and Mrs Cbas Wheeler of tbe Emporium Miss Leila who gave a song recital at the conservatory of music In Cincinnati last week and whole the fortunate owner of a charming soprano voice will take charge of tbe vocal department of tbe Macon Ga Female College the coming year Mrs G E Alford of Lexington Is spending a few weeks with the Misses Cabbell Mrs Col T P Hill and sis ter of your nlty spent Friday with friends in our city Mrs Rufus Adams of McKlnney Texas Is spending tbe summer with relatives here Miss Katherine Hall has returned from a weeks delightful visit with friends In Boyle county Misses Lucy Alcorn of New York City Ada Alcorn of Dan ville and Mattle Alcorn ot New Or leans are home to spend the heated term The father and mother of Prof Faille are spending the week with the Professor and bin family at the college Tbo old gentleman Is well pleased with our coucty and thinks we have better producing lands and better crops than his county has One Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets- I have I believe eold50 boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lots on tho recommendation of one lady hero who first bought a box of them about a yosr ago She never tires of telling her neighbors and friends abou tho good qualities of these Tablets1 M Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladles everywhere For Sale by all drug gists TenJJersons sustained broken limbs as the result of the collapse of a stand at an amateur base bill gameat Brigh ton Park a suburb of ClevelaadI 1 ARE YOU GOINGr i theySeashorei in and let us fit you up in one of our c cool twopiece unlined Suits You will feel welldressed and comforta j ble while away I 4 85O to 1650 i I PuD mILLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper L W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Ilarvo Steward porter Pumps Pumps I I am a pump man allover and I toll tho Pump ing ett Pumps that over was Pumped and if they dont Pump where Isnr they will Pump I will not Pump any money out of tho botc tom oC your pockot I sell Pumps from 82 to SolO and from 2 to 200 feet deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PU1I a rotnotiitPomtb Il pi Qtitteriiig and Pump work done on short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford K- yDruggistConfidence Confidenceno fear of mistakesis what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS amlj PURE MATERIALS are om stock in trade When you want things done right when you 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 CraigPharmacistSta- nford Kentucky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR II LANDRETHS 1JnGARDEN LLP 1STANFORD LANDRETHSI I WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS- I i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET Fur Preidcni ALTON BROOKS PARKER of New York For IK Prtttdm- tIIESRYa DAVIS of Well Virginiti APPELLATE COURT CONVENTION The democrats of this part of tho Fifth Appellate dletrlct should not forget that mass conventions of the party will be held at the county seats of the several counties comprising the die trlct on Tueeday August 2 1004 to appoint delegates to the district con vention which will be held at Lexing ton on Thursday AUJJ 4th to noml nate a candidate for judge of the court of appeals Remember the time TUPS day August 2nd at 1 oclock P M Place court house THE Somerset Journal talks horse sense when it says Those ultra news papers In Kentucky that have begun whistling before wo get out ot the wit frenzyIonce There is still a republican party In Kentucky to reckon with In Novem ber There Is still a largo element of the democratic party before which the aforesaid ultras have cringed In the put There are Congreeemen to b Ielected and four years hence a Stato thSte and sound to mantaln that 1harmony which was cultivated In the St Louis Convention so assiduously Silence le commendable lo Kentucky though It may prove host broken In the Eastern States The policy of slapping derscarats In the face has not won In the past and there are those who kno it will not win in the future IT Is said that Senator Fairbanks never took a drop of liquor in his life and Is heartily opposed to the treating habit In fact be has no use for a per son who treats Interior Journal KenI nee No no dear Mr Albrecht We have oo desire to prejudice Kentucky republicans against the nominees We know of a far better way to get their votes Were Hon Mark Hanna living be could tell you the method we have In mind THE INTERIOR JOURNAL was so wel- run during the editors absence at th great Worlds Fair at St Louis he has come to the conclusion that oth ers bad reached years and years ago 1 e that he Is not the whole thing With a willing force of ladles and gen demon like the I J has there Is no trouble about the cheapest and best getting out on time on all occaslonsand If it Is not chock full of good crisp news Items It Is because nothing has occurred CONFIDENTLY believing that Hon Harvey Helm will win the nomination for Congress It matters not with us what method Is decided on by the com mlttee at Nlcbolasvllle Thursday and we are not worried about the result of the meeting There Is no doubt Mr Helm being the choice of the de mocracy of this district and we believe that the majority will rule and that right will triumph whatever Is done THE ambition for public office has led Roosevelt to display an attraction for shady politicians giving them office over the protests of decent mem bore of his own party and refusing to part with them even after tbeirrecords have been public scandals It is time to let ble strenuoslty return to cow boy Ufa IT note transpires that the declara I tlon contained In the republican platt form anent the Congressional repre sentation In the Southern States iihreally meant to reduce the democratic vote In the electoral college and give the republicans another chance at life IT now appears that Gen Miles refused the prohibition nomination be cause he wanted to vote for and support Judge Parker In company with all patriotic Americans and did not want to be compelled to vote agalust himself IT is stated that the gold democrats of Indiana to a man will support Park er and Davis There Is every reason why they should The Hoosier State has some 20000 of them carloads of enthusiastic Irlee 1from Kingston visited Judge Alton B f Parker and gave him a great ovation Former State Senator Llnson delivered a brief address In behalf of the visitors I Congressman Bourke Cookran August Belmont W R Rody and Patrick Mo Carron were the notable callers of the day They conferred with the demo ratio nominee during the afternoon- r t I POLITICAL Hundreds more congratulatory lot tell and telegrams were received by Judge Parker Chairman Cortolyou has planned to conduct the coming compalgn largely from Chicago The fusion Populists of Indiana have issued a call for a State Convention at Indianapolis September 14 Parker and prudence Is more prefer able to the great mesa of the American people than Roosevelt and reckless ness Booth Tarkington the noted Indiana author has declined to accept the Re publican nomination for State Senator from Indianapolis The report that Senator Daniel of Virginia Is 111 In St Louis is untrue Mr Daniel Is at his home at Lynch burg and Is In good health Tammany Hall It is believed will take a largo part in the democratic campaign to the Eaet and will have recognition on the New York State ticketWith admirable consistency republi cans who contended for several years that Beskbam was too young are now lifting up their voices to wail that Da vis Is too old W J Bryan gave out another state ment In regard to the national demo cratlc platform On the whole be say s the platform Isgoodandis worthy of the support of the party At Esopu + N Y Judge Parker re ceived notification from William R Hearst that he Is to receive the sup port of the Heart newspapersend that they are at his disposal Mr Bryan has pronounced the plat form a presentable document and wore Iet Mr Bryan takes this view of It his fol lowers have nothing left to say about It Richard P Ernst chairman of the republican State central committee issued a call for a meeting of the com mlttee to be held in Louisville The committee will organize and will have many important matters to consider E C Linney editor of the Mountain Edw wards managers In his race for Con greet tells the Courier Journal that Dr Hunter wont carry but two coun ties in the 11th district and that Ed wards Is a sure winner What is the largest election bet re corded In the present campaign was made when a wellknown New York business man wagered 120000 to 110 000 that Roosevelt would win So far as can be ascertained this Is the largest wager ever made at the Inception of a political campaign Gov Beckbam appointed the follow- Ing members of the State Board of Em balmers as authorized by an act of last General Assembly One year C Pearson Louisville two years R yeareH Wlgglcton Bardstown four years T R Terrell Bedford Strong pressure Is being brought to bear on Senator A P Gorman to ac cept the chairmanship of the national democratic committee Senator Gor moo it is said does not want the place I but hoe already decided in any event to take an active part la the campaign Former Senator Davis the democratic nominee for Vice President Is said to be strongly In favor of Mr Gorman for looEd Parker has appealed from the decision ot District Chairman Bryley of the 11th district to the republican State central committee for refusing et0 reconsider the assessment for ho1dln liathe meeting held June 30 was Illegal a and that the assessment against the candidates of from 13500 to 4000 Is outrageously high Whatever the republican view ot Tlllman may be all democrats will speak kindly of him hereafter He proved himself to be a fatter for peace J- In the national convention and It was a he and John Sharp Williams who to gether prevented the convention from making a fool of Itself or going to else es to a political ptwulQQ without wait S ng to ascertain the occasion tor It For his Tillman Is entitled to much praise and It is no wonder that the people of is own State look upon him as a man and a leader of men CHURCH PATTERSC Bishop Galloway Is on his way to China and Japan to look after Method let Church Interests Rev Q E Powell of Lexington will preach at McCormack church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock All are cordially Invited to hear him Rev J W Graham of Louisville was here Sunday and yesterday In the Interest ot the Christian church Orph ans Home He preached at theChrlstlan church Sunday morning theodeElks from all over Dtrp are pouring into Cincinnati to attend the Grand Lodge convention and reunion which will be In session nil the week beginning today Chicago experienced the hottest weather Sunday since IDOl the thermometer registering 94 degrees result pryl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I J R Cook has been appointed mas ter commissioner ot the Puhukl court The Roclccastle Development Co e with 81000 capital has been Incorpo rated J Wm Stewart who had served county as county attorney Is dead of heart Mrs dlseasIetor died of hearts disease Long Jim Baker of Rockcastle who Is 05 years old says he has Deye taken a dose of medlolneIGeorge D known business moo of Lebanon and formerly a leading distiller Is dead B B Jones a young business mat ot Danville died very suddenly of ty phold lever He Is survived by a wife In Rockcastle the selection of a teacher for a county school was dectd ed by a foot race In which a preacher won I CityDoylefourth class with the Incumbent John H Hankla postmaster At a meeting of the board of trustees ot the Danville public school Prof J P Holing of Parksvllle was chosen a teacher lu addition to the present force John P McNally an engineer on the Cincinnati Southern railroad fell from hi cab on High Bridge and his ntok was broken yet he still lives in the hospital at Lexington Morris G Vanarsdad who has just served a term in the penitentiary Is under arrest la Cincinnati charged with forging the name of J Mitchell of Nlcholasvtlle to a chat and securing the money on It The Boyle county democratic com mlttee has ordered a primary to be held Aug 27 to select a candidate for the office of county judge There are but two candidates In the race so far and it Is expected there will ba no more en tries County Judge Nichols who Is filling out the Unexpired term of the late Judge Prewltt and Homer Baugh man are the candidates o1EdwardDr B D Cox who was assassinated at Jackson two years ago shot and killed hls lour yearold brother while playing with an old rifleaThe poet oftlce at Calhoun Ga was broken into by safeblowers as tSOO In money and stamps was stolen The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHU3ABS Fropriitcr- Bxtric Lights In every room MaIllClDfnLDebtheLarge Wellll htej Sample Room Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Anna 8 Cover Plaintiff vi Overton Adam t3 Defendant Notice ot sale LIncolnOlrcults underIgnedLincoln circuit court will on MONDAY AUGUST 8 1904 courthousedoor thelollowlng 10110wIIFall Lick creek corner John Joalln thence up the middle of sold creek with polesFI amallbranch oakontheorIginalJlnewo sycamore tree thence a 30 W SO poles to stake In Singleton held thence with the theSoutbeastmiddle of said creek with the water and meander thereof to the beginning con taming 10234 acres more or less This dllllonTICKI bondtorcommlaIonerlodgment Said bond will bear Interest Iromdatethe land for the purchase moaeJfO BiAUFLEy Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Jane 0 Buchanan Admr cc Plaintiff DelendantNotice Lincolnircuitaction at Its June term 1904 the under signed Master Commissioner of the Lincoln 8thtOOlthe court house door In Stanford public outcry to the highest and boat bIdder ltuatedof Dlx river towt A tract of land on which the defendant Mr Louis Dlshon thelamesloutllbylandtogetber tobeancrosses u fence The amounts necessary to bo realized 1per1818 and If there should be a surplus i200 IItberecosts of this action to be paid first putChaser approved security payable to tho Commit eloper bearing Interest from datu of solo O B SAUPLKV M O L 0 0 Lumber Notice I analogtI Crab Orchard Can deliver If jmrty w ishesProduce Wanted I Will pay you the best market price for eggs hens hides feathers etc Call and ttsBtunfonlIKp LUMBER WANTED 1 I I want to buy staves spokes headings sashrlprlCestdloraland OIl OIl BIaynemade dally Ice and fresh moats always on hand SAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We have Just re calved 33 ono coal and will sell ata reduced OhdttpoithanKINO e COX Moreland Ky NOTICE I I am now ready to treadle holler In aOJ anIlIlnllllure leaving the house W t Bit ADS IIAW Turners vtlle Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to sell privately mv farm ot 1TO acres located In edge of HuitonvlIIe Good Improvements fruit never falling water Will sell as whole or divide Small bouse on lower nARNE1Tk Dripping Springs Spears Fisher Mgr A delightful Summer resort Splendid table reasonable rates best water la the lOItonlooDrIppIng THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of conI In advance weekly and monthly 1rofe bills duo when services are rendered nd most Io paid promptly IR A JONES I DENTISTStanford Ky Office In M yen House Parlor Phone 01 E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I haying been in the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I teprescnt one of toe beet tailoring firms in the country With my experience In taking measures and dlrvctons I glee your clothes are bound to be satisfactory se my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prlcra are the same as Inez pcrlenced men who are In the buiincss I have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other euitlngb I will cut and make If you desire at a moderato price Thanking you for peat favors I am yours H O KUPLEY the Tailor BD CARTER Successor to Bruce tit Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Mn Your patronage Is solicited Horace handled on commission Stock Pena In Connection POSTED We whoso name appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tees passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the toll extent of tho law J Z T M Holmes II F Nand J B Oamenlsob Ieter Palmer W H Johnson Mm Mary Givens David Stephens James M White and wife K II P Hawkins Mrsr Mary E Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Ham V Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Wllison Charles Kn nlln Stanford Granite Marble Co UNCOIUOItATJDI 1h now prepared to furnish granite and monuments markers taoleu etc from our own Lincoln county stone recent y discovered the analysis of which proves It to lie of the finest quality This atone Is in several colors Wo can also furnish stand ard material from any other quarries In the world Phone maIn olllce 06 J lloonu nres Stanford Ky or T J Tcter branch onicc McKInney Ity Grand LGaUorl I The closing out sale to quit busi 1 ijaleCOST and BELOW COST for you OW8IKY IIIOTK WATCH Oflt Al 8 THE GRAND LEADERM B Levy O Co S B Levy n h Queen Crescent RouteI SHORTEST LINE ANDIQUICKEST SCHEDULES CTWECf4 Cincinnati Lexington Chattanoogaf Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points rot INFOIUATIOM JUTEI ETC ADDIttt I N AIKW4 Trw PasVrAEt 89 Ii Main St Lexington Ky W A aARRCTT den Mgr W C RINCARSON Qcn PAU ArfJ CINCINNATI e vts place your departed Monument exclusive artlttlcdeslan but and feet workmanship carry stock Monuments Markers and ITablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADA MS SON Lexington TRY A PAIR OF OUR SHEARSAnd not ntilactory return them and get another pair or YOUR MONEY We have anti leftIhand Scissors Embroidery liuttunholo Ovalor square edge Shears tho largest jissortmunt over town Call and eeo them GEORGE H FARRIS A CO Stanford Kentucky We Still Have In StockiA Fine Selection of India LinensI ifwW E Perkins ito corered and epatred and made almost good new mall amount I can flx your umbrella bettor than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FJUSK ATKIH9 Stanford The last retting of ones by tho erection of a suitable Let It be of and the material of per We the largest of 0 by 1 t Ky I if right in as as for 1 t t a Crab w t OrchardKy 1 Stanford dAnd Female Seminary LSTANFORD KENTUCKY IIrloncedUMBRELLAS NEW BLACKSMITH SHOPtlJaughortvblaoksmith r j ndwootl Olvemotime a lot ot lumber ot all kinds ItAKEB WALLSk III On the Remnant Countera rbis eeShort lengths of Silk Black and Colors as much as 412 yards in piece at onehalf price Smaller pieces sUItable for petticoat ruffles at same reduction Waist Skirt and Dress lengths in desirable Fall colors and material Look at the 100 Moire Silk for 59c for Petticoats We make these conces- sionsi in PRICES in order to CLEAN UP all short lengths Come at ONCE to secure the BEST f SEVERAIfCE SONISTANFO D THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOKD Ky Jnv lIt 1901 s Our supply of School Book are now Its anil we are able to furnish you with all books mod In Lincoln Co The slime books need last year will be used this I ear Pennys Drug Store Stan lord Ky PERSONALS MR JOHN H BVOLKMAN U quite ilfk Miss MARY LLRN DODDBRAR li Tftltlop friends In PUuburc MR HDID JONES of St Lout U the Rueet of Mr John Owtley Reid t REV J W GRAHAM of Louiivlllo WM the guest of llev J WHagln S Mns HOOK MURRAY of Loba- aoafit the guest of MU Pearl Durnilde- U 0 BAUHLKY of Richmond was hero Friday en route to Mt Vernon CHAB F GHEENE of Portsmouth spent a few days with old friends here Mus T M LEWIS and Miss MaRglc Lewis are vlillleg relatives fa Coving too AIR S M OlVBNB of Lincoln was In town this week MontUolto Out lookMR FonnsTUBllBiD was galled to Reid1 MISS BlllrTlI AND MATTJB BSTRR are vlililne relatives near Bus tonvllleMisj I MARGARET BUPPMAN Is visit t lag Mr and Mrs O M Huffman In 110HRRT FIJVZBL and little DaaTlIJoI are In Cincinnati visiting EATON of Jamestown YI with the family of Mr a R 4NMRS A C HILL and Miss Stella Hill are visiting the Misses Collier at Crab Orchard AND MRS J C MOCLARY are a few days of the heated term 1loin Orchard W SEVERANCE of the Lexlng e came over Sunday to visit J bis brother Mr Will Severance PROP It S ECIIANK wife and son Warren Eubank left this morning to visit relatives at Campbellsvllle- MR J R FARRIS accompanied Mr John Cochran of Lexington to Pltu burg Pa In his automobile last week Mns S W GIVENS doted her bluegrass vlsll and exposition trip by reach lOll home Wednetday Mlddlesboro Now MRS J 0 PAXTON and daughter Jean of Stanford are with her part eoU Mr and Mr and Mr Alex Rob inson Record MASTER LOGAN GARTER and M- IEn Carter wbo have been guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Carter returned to i Louisville yesterday nON J BLBDSOB BAILEY of Stan ford has opened a law ofllce at this place and Is ready for any business In his line Liberty News t MR SAMUEL C BARDIN and sons of i 1 London and Mr Joe Bardln of Chattanooga t t worn guests of their brother Mr Mark Bardln at the St Asapb f Hotel MR It E HUGHES secretary of tbo Kentucky Division of the Worlds Fair patted through Saturday to spend Sunday with his wife who le with her part ante at Lancaster MRS M D ELHORB went to LlvI Ingston Saturday to visit Mrs L M S Wetlerfleld A little Son bat arrived at tho Weaterfleld homo and has been named for Mr Elmoro AT a reception given at Now Castle by Misses Mary Cecil and Bortlo Bruce Mrs B Kirby Bourne was one of the four successful contestants lo a Rose Contest Tho prize was a handsome painting says the finery County Lo catMnsTmn and Miss Beazley en I tertained At dinner Friday In honor of ore B K Bourne Quito a number of people were Invited and the repast was In tbo hlgheetdegreo creditable to the culinary skill of the hosted ry County Local nON M F ELKIN wont to Detroit to attend the trlennlal review of the Maccabeoa there Dr L F Huffman t Is quite sick at his homotm West Third streol Mre Huffman IB aleo sick Dr i A B J Pinkerton of Campbell Dagor man Collogot has leased a beautiful homo on Elm Tree Lane to which ho will movo his family In a short while Lax Democrat Miss JOSEPHINE DAUQHERTY Lex Ington Is the guest of Mitt Molllo Daugherty JULIAN BOURNE of Lexington spent a low days with his sister Miss VII ginia nOUraDtMiss LONNIB GOODS has returned from a protracted and pleasant visit to Lexington friends MR VIROIL Lan of MIddleeboro spent Saturday and Sunday with bit brother Mr Frank Lee HANDSOME Miss MAROARBT SAL LEE of Somerset Is the guest of Mrs W Mason Morris at Crab Orchard W S DRYE Is at Buttonvlllo from DryeEvanscough Miss MARIE MAUONY Is with Mrs Dr W B Penny In Danville Mrs Penny will entertain In her honor Wed nesday evening MR D R CARPENTER looking at young as he did 25 years ago Is here from Nashville with old friends who are glad to see him MESSRS 0 B JONES and wife W B Jones wife and little daughter have returned to their home In Winchester after a visit to relatives here- J WARREN BOCKCR and Misses Jennie and Maggie Hooker left yesterday to tee the St Louis fair From there they will go to Rookvllle Mo to visit their brother R W floclter- LOCALS ROOMS for rent Apply to W N Craig LOST Georgetown College class pin Leave at this o11c- dFun RR TNowhouse of seven rooms on Lancaster street W D 0 Bannon Ao iT J S RlOB sold 67 tickets for the excursion which left Stanford for Louisville Sunday morning READY nowready to receive guests at Olympian Springs near Ml Salem at 15 60 per week F M Sims Manager Tux Klrksvllle wasgreat sue cett Matt Cohen won the flanker s stake with the chestnut Htalllon Verdict C T Sandldge got fourth money with Chester Dare mare a DROWNED Ruth the eightyear old daughter of Mr and Mr D G Portman of Liberty was drowned In Green river Saturday afternoon Little Ruin with other children was out picking berries and had gone into the ricer to bathe her feet Ethel Fan nlnjj a playmate had a narrow escape from drowning The mother of the unfortunate child Is a alter of Mrs Ed Wilkinson of this place OPENING BALL Tho opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday night was a decided success There were belles and beaux galore on hand and Manager J B Willis madeall feel glad to hate been there Saxtooa excellent orchestra furnished the music and the light fantastic was tripped until a late hour There are about 00 guests at the Springs now and the fare Is splendid and the water dollhUulIHELD OVER was held over to circuit court In Judge Baileys court Friday torapproprlallng A dozen tine chickens from lion R C Warrens coop nil bond was fixed at 1100 which he failed to give Be bad sold seven of the chickens and devour ed five Marshal Jones found the heads of those he had eaten and Mr War rens daughter Identified them as the ones taken from her homo ROBDERS entered r Shelby City postoftlco Friday night and secured 140 in money and stamps The olllco at Junction City was robbed a week previous It Is strange but nevertheless true that more poatollices are robbed Just before national elections than any other time There arc various ways of getting campaign money Dad llieems that our friends the republicans are on to them all FOR SUPERlNTENDENTIn thle Issue will be found tbo announcement of Mr Garland Singleton for reelection as superintendent of public schools In Lincoln Mr Singleton needs no In troduction to the democraisof tho coun ty Every one knows bo has made a faithful conscientious and painstalcing ofllolal during the two terms of his In cumbency as superintendent Bo has always voted the straight democratic ticket and worked for Its nominees In season and out and there In no doubt but what bo will prove a formidable candidate I IP you want a nice pair of Belgian hares call on J A Drummett Saufley ICyItROUGH lumber fencepost poplar oak and chestnut Shingles for sale B J McRobsrtsaBOUSU for rent on But Main Steeet Stanford Apply to G B Cooper Mrs M E Bronaugb NOTICE All persons Indebted to us by note or aoaount will please call and settle at once and save cost Carson Pence FAnnnttsI will furnish the bestTo threshing coal tbo Jclllco at my yard atltowland at 9o Quality guaranteed Eimer B Denbam a J T JONES the Stanford restau ranter has secured the dining privi leges of the Crab Orchard and DrodI head fairs Visitors at those lain may expect A 1 dinners THERE wereteems before the board of examiners Miss Kato Bogle and Mr L R Hughes Friday and Sat urday and three got first class cerUH cater two second clue three third class and six failed a THE Crab Orchard Fair sit Racing Association has finished regradlng and throwing up the turns on their racetrack Tbo work was done by W C Gorrorley of Richmond who Is an expert track builder It Is a dallrI and Mr Gormley pronounces It the bett track In the State LARGE POTATOES Mr JohnCbrltt man brought In to us Saturday three Irish potatoes of the Chicago Market variety second crop seed which weigh ed three pounds and two ounces Be will have seed from the same variety next Spring for tale They are the largest potatoes we have seen In many a dayWEare Indebted to theBrodhead Fair Association for one of Its cata logues which was gotten out by the Mt Vernon Signal and is a mOlt cred- Itable job The premium list Is a lib eral one Robt L Collier secretary an old Lincoln county boy and J Harvey Dunn assistant secretary insure the people a good exhibition Aug 17 18 10 IF you tooaattendthe biggest sale of stock ever held In this section of the State go to R E Goddards sale near Burgle Wednesday next 20th Trains on C S and L S got there in time and the 430 C S fast train which connect with L S and all oth er trains at Lexington will stop that- evening Besides many fine horses colts 30 shorthorn cattle will be sold Remember the dato and goIta CARD OF TUANKS Will you please permit ut space In the columns of your paper to express to our Lincoln county friends the sincere thanks and heart felt appreciation for tbamany comfort mpatbyIwo our reavement To respond to eachwould be a source of gratification but we trust this means will suffice for the present Sincerely Mrs Slapp and daughter Louisville July 15 1001 BEHIND TilE TIMES Fridays Lan caster Record contained a notice of Manager E B Boazleyt elocutionary contest which Editor Landram Instate on the people attending at Stanford on the 17th Why Bro Landram that Interesting event took place at Wal tons Opera House tbo 17th of last month June Awake from your Rip Van Winkle lethargy cut and come again If you want fresh and upto date news now is tbo time to subscribe for the cheapest and best SI per year twice a week AS a reproduction of a new opera brings Into play the whistling ability of the small boys who have heard the rendition so the singing of The Green Kentucky Pastures at the Ken lucky building on Kentucky day has developed for this song a popularity that bad not previously come to it Tho song Is a moat catchy one and easily remembered hence strains from It may bo heard frequently since It was sung at the New Kentucky Home ThejGreon Kentucky Pastures was written by Mrs Kate Slaughter Mc Kinney known to the reading and sing log world as Katydid now of Mont gomery Ala but a former Kentuck IlaaSt Louis dispatch to LtfUUyllle Times RESIGNED Mrs Marv J Cocbran who has been a teacher at tho Graded School hero for some time has resigned to accept a similar position at Way nesburg She len Saturday for that yesterdayIplace as being a most excellent woman and a floe teacher AT a meeting of the new board of directors Mr B Frank Rout was elected business manager of the Stanford Water Light d Ice Co When the com piny was organized about 12 years ago Rout was given his first employment In the capacity of ditch and post- hole digger and his election as business manager Is the merited reward of a man whose steady rise shows what Is In himADRAIIAMSore Barrlell L Ab rahami aged about 65 died at her homo In the East End Sunday after a protracted Illness of a complication of troubles In speaking of her yesterday Eld JG Livingston who knew her well said You can say she waa a splendid cbrlatln woman and that she will be sadly misted In her neighbor hood The burial took place In the Crab Orchard cemetery at 10 oclock yesterday morning alter services by Roy W T B White a close friend of the family Mrs Abrahams was a do voul member of the Cumberland Free byterlan church and no woman In her section was more beloved The follow loll children survive her Mrs John Henry of Knoxvllle Mrs R C By waters of Nez Perces Idaho Mrs Kit tie Heath Mrs Charles Garner Mrs Davis and Robert Abraham Seven persons were killed and bun dreds of homes destroyed by the cloudburst lu Chile Ice cold lemonade was served dur- Ing services at the Christian church In MaysvllloGreat was done to crops In Wisconsin by a wind and rain storm jniflwau saloon COOD1e RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beer Special wholesale dealers Lexington famous Din Grass Deer ClUe keg and bottled O Brent Southwood mixer Phone CO Stan ford Ky NOTICE TO PUBLIC At home once more I want to say to my many friends and to the public that I have come today I have bought the J H Carter mill in Stanford Ky known at the Farmers Roller Mills I did my first milling here in 1872 and I am here tc tbeIwill be at the mill at all times day and night to wait on you and will take pleasure in doing so Will make custom work a specialty in the business I will put the mill in firstclass shape and will insure you Cistclass flour and meal for your grain and will also say to any one who wishes to deposit his wheat for his pears flour that we are now ready to receive it and are now as well prepared to take care of your grain as any mill 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 We invite one and all to come and get as good flour and meal as is made in Kentucky and all that is due you I wish tc say to the public and myfriends generally that Mr S R Walls is my in this business and is an honorable gentleman and we will treat you just and right in every respect The style of the firm is D V Kennedy R Co Stanford Ky Respectfully yours D V KENNEDY k CO July 14th 1904 CB8 LGXIBGTOn nemoqc Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It IVespeolnlly devoted to the Interest o- fJ the Democratic party and give all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor S Pror Lexington Ky t TRY A PAIR OF Our Special 2 Shoes We Think They Will Give 250 Worth of Wear A etakh F F Box Calf and Vici Kid Lace and Congress Cap Toes and Pain W L MJ CUMfliNS MCLARY nOT WEllTnER 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 FAIR AND RACING ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING JULY 273 DAYS Show Rings in the forenoon and Running Trotting and Pacing Races in the afternoon Everbody invited and expected- R H BRONAUGH President W D WALLIN Secretary The Great Danville Fair Aug 3 4 and 5 aesoa Wait for it and make yodr arc rangements to go all three days Better this year than ever For particulars write v H C BRIGHT Secretary J U THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I Mnlered n the pottofflu ut Stanford ell o u ndclui mutter and Fz1d- aT ap 91Sah4Ttsalyp 11 PERYEAR CASH HV When net lopaldaaOO will btcntrfed I 0 KNIXVILLEIIVIIIONl 24 Train going North 101pm a 2ae I m YJ213p2o33 NEW LIVERY STABLE BW BUSES atSJNPrsri JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rites Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Rap For Sale J H BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates can on us on Depot Street Alao Dealers In Coal Jesse W Sweeney raoraiETon Livery Food and Salo StaUo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and oared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates PaJl Tratjlorji DCALCR IN Willskti Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpnt Houw STANFORD KY Close to Depot- Prompt nd poUt ttenUolI NothlllZ but the be to drtnk Atall phone cr telgraph ori1an socdvi prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets mattings oilcloth rugs shades lace tacks curtain poles pictures frames ecteens- parse partolst doors tablet chairs safes wardrobes couches dressers wasbstands beds springs mnttreSes chamber suite water sets lamps chiffon fors folding beds washln 1nachlne wringers wall paper carpet paper trunks tole scopes carriage house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persose wisbing to buy or sell farm will do well to see na We have a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you deoire to sell pCe it In our hands Ofilce at Boouo s Livery s Stable Stanford Ky RBMuilOflyln56 Solicits a hare of the patronage of tho property owners In the- counties incoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and beat OldLine Com panics represented and the lowest pnasible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky Tryforlleaslkh 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months I was no ill that was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all the time Hy stomach was so weak andupset that I could keep nothing on it- and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate great pain and I coughed so much that throat were raw and sore Tho doctors nounced it Brighta disease and consumptionIt they called it and I had no desire to live A sister visited me from St Louis end asked me if I had ever tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it my life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value rJrvo 4 Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardul and mako one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can Lave a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from y druggist to day WINElCARDUi J HARVEY HELM Of SUnforJ It a canJUalc for convulln this the EI Whdleeyulct subject ta the action of the demo HON D L MOORE of Mercer county It a candidate for Con In the Elcbtli district to succeed Hon G G GllUrt sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly tollclte4 O Q GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is a candidate for JuJeof the Lincoln county court subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND BR- It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD- ll a canaldate fur Sheriff of Lincoln county subject te U action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR It candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le tae action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is acandldate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS JteItDINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Ltecefa county subject to till action ef the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the luaocratlc party W I HERRIN da candidate for JaHer subject to the action of the limocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent et Public Schools ef Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo static party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo trade party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is a candidate for reelection for Superintendent tf Public Schools of Lincoln county sviject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub f Kt to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Uncetn cexnty sub Jed to the action of the dememHc patty D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln awttysub led to the action of the Deootratk party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate fir Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action ef UM democratic party W A CARSON Is aan3IMle for Asssor of Ltoceb coonty sob jecCts tile sctton of the deeaocraMc ran E D KENNEDY ttoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for combr aattorney USMSSB county subject to tee acttoo of tae deeaocratk peer R L HUBBLE Of Is a canJUate for tile noethuHon Starrfor in this district vOjttt to tic actfen of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate far Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM 1Wr1tomo OnrnalrQua alp dlee II Mir fatr- anandlanr Drurrkb J Le Beazley CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODBAlBISU FarniturelllatUngpRagsThey kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ ccJMY UND AXEs9 EMBALMERAnd HARNESS SADDLES t Stanford Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I Fresh milk cow for sale J A Tucker Maywood Major 0 paced tho fastest mile of the seaiOa 206 at Columbus O Dr Hugh Reids 25 acres of whet threshed out 24 bushels to the acre FOR SALEA firstclass Aberdee Angus bull R H Crow Shelby Cltv Bardln county wheat crop Is this year Tne yield the county floeI will be 20 to 35 bushels N D Miles of Jessamine bad acres ot wheat that averaged about 24I bushels which he sold at OOo Irish Lad Is the horse ot the season He has won 12 races and has over 8100 000 to his owners credit In winnings The Gautemalan ants Introduced lot Texas are said to be destroying the boll weevil and other pests with celerity Danny Maher the American Locke won the 150000 Eclipse Stakes at San down Park England with colt Darle DaleWanted BOOOO bushels of wheat at highest market price delivered at Moreland or McKinney D S Carpen ter Hustonvillo In Clark R P Taylor sold two car loads ot fat cattle at 6c B F Frank tin sold to Wm Robb 00 lambs averaging 00 pounds at 61o FOR SALE I have n 2hor o power gasoline engine and a No 12 Genevi cutting box with 12 feet of carrier All In good condition J B Camen Isch 4t Lutes Co have bought and shipped this season over 3000 lambs for which they paid 4 to Oc They shipped from Science Hill last week three double decks they bought In Pulaski at 31 to 4o and two double decks ot stock owes bought at 12 26 to 12 50 The American cow Is an Institution of huge dimensions She produce annually 8000000000 gallons of milk 1 600000000 pounds ot butter and 300 000000 pounds of cheese not to men tion bidet leather glue halrhorn and other byproducts Her total dairy Is worth over 9500000000 a year Jesse F Cook of the Union Stockyards left Thursday for Kansas and other points In the west where ho will purchase several carloads of western horses for his big sale which he will hold here In August These boric sell well In this part of the country being excellent for mule raising Lex legion Democrat PaiiLto SALE 500 horaes 75 youn mules 40 2yearvold mules 60 Indian and Sbetland ponies 50 registered shorthorn cattle 1000 stock ewes Fri day Aug 5 Union Stock yards Lex legion Horses consist of mares and geldlnge 3 to 5 years old mares with suckling colts yearlings to twoyear olds bred from German Coach and Percberon stallions Most ot them baiter broken when oolts Best lot ot mule mares ever offered at public sale Kansas bred yearlings to three year olds Horses and mules sold in lots of 1 to 6 Shorthorns consist of cows and calves yearlings 2yearold heifers mod bulls Catalogues of shorthorns furnished on application StOCk ewes principally black faces and legs and will be sold In lots of 25 to 100 Biggest tale of stock ever offered In Kentucky la one day Hare for private sale 100 Berkshire and Poland China pigs March farrow subject to registration They are A 1 F O B cars 110 a piece 3r 118 a pair Forty young Mammoth jack and saddle stallions Stock told without reserve Sale commences at o oclock sharp For Information ad Ircss J F Cook Co Lexington Ky To The Voters or the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the ourtof Appears from this district ubject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases rhlch baro become apart ot the States ilstory and at a most critical time As logo of tho State fiscal court it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe bo present constitution whenever a ontroveray arose as to Its proper con tructloo Almost Innumerable cases aye burdened the dockets of my court oucblng the rights of corporations and tbe exercise of franchisee under the aw Bow well I havo discharged my lutles under such trying circumstances II left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel hey can assist mo to secure the high toaltlon and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL No Pity Shown For years taco was after me continuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala 111 bad a terrible case of Piles Busing 24 tumors When all fatted lucklons Arnica Salve cured mr Equally good for Burns and all achca and pains Only 25c at Pennys Drug- Store In a fight growing out of the meat suitors strike at the stockyards In IblcDgo seven men wore Injured ono probably fatal A quad of policemen summoned on a riot call finally uppretised the disturbance after considerable difficulty There Is no material change In the strike situation 1 FAIREST KIND OF OFFER If Miona Does Not Cure Dy spepsla Get Your Money Back at Pennys You run no risk whatever in purcba Ing Ml o nil Natures cure for dyspepei OUAIUNTEE I hereby agree to refund the money paid for Miona on return of the empty boxes If the purchaser tells me that it has to cure dyapepsia or slow ach troubles This guarantee covers two OOo boxes or a months treatment G L Penny Take Mlona for a montha GOo box contains two weeks treatment and It It docs not help you bung back the empt boxes to Penny and he will return your money In accordance wlh the guarantee Robert Bawklns was found dead In the garden back of his house at Se breo Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only IS I use the bet ot pilots and vanishes and guarantto my work to be IIrttolnM Call at ihop on Sam erset street and tee apcclmon ot my wurk House painting nod pupor hanrlne obOply and satisfactorily done J J nFJLU To Wheat Raisers I- Wo will store In our warehouse and oleva tor alto baadle and take prinor care ot pdIanie the price delivered F O B at More land Station from the commission merchant of Olodnnttl O D M LIVP3 ft SON Hustonvlllo Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office in Etmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky THE CALVERT Miis Willie K Mocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis FOR SALEI Ten acreeof Itiid a twostory front even room cottage The house k ROW Asplen did garden orchard There U a larlto mill on the place a good crasher and tbe poweisa splendid basinets Brer thing U In coo repair and has all necessary out building The owner only reason or Is U rush of other basinets as be has nxtenslv farming Interests to look after This property II on the Hanging Pork about 4 mile from fltanfotd can be bought at a bargain For further particulars SO Thurmond Lytle Ky or L RUtMliM Stanford Ky QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUB THE CRIB ORGHIRD Dd NKING CO ae the elree of sleeve on Jnoo NIle 1WI RVOVRCES Loses aM Dteeomes egsAS OvtroraMs set fo Du fr uf JeDee w 1 oeae =U stag s1 ssM Ile itadw Meal Otlf l c s MettnieU owa Oitwr Stocks a4 ReoJs ome eo Specie lyu UrNncy del 00 SIM 44 Exchanc for Ult Daterilees a- alCae Furniture aid I fee te4 N Hmkl to Tarn o w sCunDLAstQaantlt p611 Prtvtow QMIMT rM- ls 1 UAUILITIBS OapHal Slock naUte In 6ath 4eAta et SurpNl tt1 M UnJlvUeI Prelfa66 Due Depositors as wYI Deposits sv Jct to cheek on whkh Interest Is net palJSJIe1 41 Deposits subject to check ell which Interest Is t aU w M DenanJ certificates of oJt rc 1t1 on which intent Is palL eeooo w Tine certificates of deposit on whkh Interest Ispatt oaooo oo Savings deposits on which Interest Is paUI cooao oo Certified Checks ooooo 00 yp8are u Due National Banks owe 09 Due State hunks and flickers oo pen oo Due TrusCCompanle oe ono so oaooo 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding ooooo w Sills re Jlscounteino oa Unpaid dividends lrf aTaxes due and SUIILUMUHTARY Mlehest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm In eluding In the liability of the company or firm the lIal 0 Individual mem ben thereof dlrectlyorIWltectiyIfsuc- hnebIednessxceetsopercent of cap- Ital stock actually raid In ant actual mount of surplus of the bank 00 am oo How Is Indebtedness stated In above lte i secured Su Sec dt startles Highest amount of IndectednMs ef say director or officer If amount of sofa In debtedness exceeds M per cent ef paW up capital stork ef bank oo See Sec l Kentucky Slatoaes- How Is same secured Good personal rote and 10 shares bank stock affioa per shareDoe amount of Indebtedness of any per son company or firm I iculudlng In the li ability of the company or firm instability of the Individual members thereofjo per cent of paidup capital and actual surplusr No If so state amount of such Indebtedness Amount of last dividend sea Were all expenses tosses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 percent of net profits of the bank rot the pe riod covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before salt dlvjdesd was edareDiSee Sec 596 Kentucky Statutes gflerf 08 STATE OP KENTUCKY Js County of Lincoln Wm Mason Morris Cashier of Crab Orchard flank located and don business In the- ownoICrabOrcharJlnUUcountybeingduly sworn says the foregoing reporlilin all retpecUa true state ment of the conJllIon of said at the close of- uMess on the joth day of June root to the best jf his knowlNlieanJ billet ant further toys that the Mskiessof said Hank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice re CMved from the Secretary of State dulfiutlng the toll da of June toot as the day on which such tpqU shall be nude 4Crlbe4 ant sworn to before me by Wm Mason tents the and day of July root JOHN EoMisToNNobryPuWlt Wm Mason Morris Cashier Vf E Pefklni J N Slnsicfan Giiti lover Dlrec l rs Is LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONALBANKC- APITAL l STOCK SOOOO DIrectors J B P iton J B Owilej B II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter j II Foster L 0 Oooch W II Cummins W M Bright ti L lIubble w II Shanks I Successor to The Farmers Dank d Trust Company and under same management coatlnaously for Ie years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping inch business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established ae the Deposit Hank of In HS1 then reorganised all the National Hank of Stanford In 1694 and again reorganized ae the First Rational null of Stanford In 1111 curing bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 r It U better uppled now with facilities for transact toRbusinesspromptly and well than ever In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Offlccrst WKAItnNAMt PENNYS Soda Water Is Pure Cold and Good Cream 110 a Gallon PENNYS DRUG STORE J S All es rea AT I to buggy bUll ness I will sell for the next CO days at cost for cash a car load ot and also a lot ot They are all the latest style and teat mako fart of the are rubber tired Como to tee me and get a bar Kale at once before they are all gone Grab ICy Sept 8 1001 As of the estate of J V Ooffey I will otter for sale and with the consent of their entire term of 399 acres of as good land as Is In the county with and all ueeos I good barns 2 of them very large of stock water In grass except about M acre The form lays well on tho and DanvII to In good and In one mile of depot on O 8 Itoitd It act Sold before the 8th of will then be sold to the Upon that dater will sell of hay oil of 85 acres millet off of 01 acres wheat off ot SO acres corn off of II acres 3 good work mules 1 mule I brood mares 13 cattle 1 binder S 1 disc harrow as good as new wheat drill 1 corn plant er 3 Oliver Ohill plow No 201 corn sheller a A harrows 1 bay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 frames Inter eit In B acres of tobacco 80 to 100 ot grass seed if 000 sticks some old corn I and harnuss 1 sad dIe bridle and 230 locust posts for wire fence 100 white oak posts for post tall fence SO locust posts for pot rail fence I double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 sil ver watch 1 farm roller 35 hercp brakes S 3 double shovol plows Any one to son the place can call on ino or Ooffoy on the place and we will show them with Sale will begin at 0 oclock sharp have 17 shares of turn pike stock III the Ac IK shares of etetik tho Mld TBUMSI The farm will be sold for ono third cash on one and two years time with Ion on land W A Corrir Admr Tow Auc I B H i Ji D W M Aist Officers J t Preit BT IUHRIS V Pres J1 Ohr W II Chr n Dlreotors r vela B T Harris J B Hooker I K L Tanner MI ramore B II T R Hill Jai Hubble I 311 J M 1ottHt Ed Carter Cream C R McCormackDealer Fine and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and HarnessAFresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country duce ProIC R McCormack PIt1CtBurgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Omnsvu MeKobetts 0aI11DuUdln Dr O DENTISTI work guaranteed and sonable- Hustonvlllo Kentucky IUGGIES COST FOR CASH theRaving decided Phaetons Iluckboards Harness vehicles OURTI8 COVER Orchard Administrators Sale administrator deceased Joseph Coffey residence arlnutbuUillngll fencing plenty llustouvllte neighborhood September highest personal property consisting yearling yearling mowing rncllnen fertilizer onehalf bushels orchard tobacco buggy cultivators deslrlcg Joseph ploosure Mlddleburg Liberty Turnpike dlebnrg Cemetery balance retained KNUUSII RANKS President OWBLEY Cubist BniOUT OaihUri HOOKER 1i tfonODRRTS Danville Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Itoblnion BauKhman Stanford Stanford Stanford Ice Ice Haggles Surreys Stanford IWANTED I Jj I WMttoreattwbsjy a jrood Wee Vsmtth shop in a pM town or clove U pee All kinds uf work die lattsfactlon rvaran teed Address A 0 Iku SI Klaa ford Ky t Season of Crab Orchard springs Kentuckys Most Delightful tt Summer Resert itFourGuests Famous CrnbOrchnrd Spring As the heated Una approaches the thought arise where go to seek rest and quiet and find pleasant nays and cool nights This can bo easily answered Crab Orchard s for a has IiealOnous Crab Orchard water from which Is I Ohalybeate 1 springs close to the Springs Hotel A new Rpsom Well has been opened and the use of the Bait Sulphur Well at depot has been se cured The TableNeither money nor pains will be spared to + make tho table the best to be found to Ken poultry paasud anywhere ImprovementsLThe gs o beenliberallypresentaecenelovelyto been rogravolled Also a complete job of plumbing just about completed from top to bottom Society and Amusements Crab Orchard Springs has IODR been noted for the homelike feeling that pervndcs the entire place Tho curetnonlal edicts of fashionable homo life are laid aside while each Individual promotes his or her own lIapplnollotRateD Tlio rirtoH are very lop considering the prweekbe obtained Season Opened June I The ccnsan opened Juno 1st and all dur the Summer a band of musicwill bo In attendance fir further particular address J B WILLIS Manager t Crab Orchard ILya