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SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL st VOL xxxii STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 22 1904 8 A M NO 42 IPREACHERSVILLE J L Anderton end W H Cummins blpped a carload of hogs and cattlo from Rowland to Cincinnati Friday A terrltlo wind and rainnorm struck this place Saturday afternoon at live oclock Corn was blown flit and In eome place beaten badly by the ball which will greatly damum the fodder It was the mot waihlnjf rain wo have j ever experienced at the holes In the turnpikes attest being washed down In many places to bed rook Mrs J L Hutchlnt l III of rtieuma I tern Mlu Annie Dlehonot Sweeney vlttted the MUttt Cummins Mitt No e Uo of Cedar Creek vltlted at Walter Beolli J FOuniralni and wife of Stanford were here In their automo i bile Sunday to vltlt U G Commloi t Some of their friends enjoyed a merry spin 1othe afternoon Mitt OarnM Soott bat returned from a d llgbtlu volt to relatives near Irvine Mss Maputo Siere oa was with the MleeI Staratnt Mr and Mr Wullw PiUot vlsliad the homatolk L R Smith and family of lloekoa U visited at J1droll Mr auk Mrt James Lawrence of Ialakl are YUHloK her Walter S Warren oonllnutt very III HUBBLE 4Dontforget to bring IheoM lady and to the loeoroara supper J Saturday evening and let them reatlae that It really U the good old Summer 1 time M B and J C Eubankt attended the Klrkevllle fair Mrt Phil Melgh en of Chattanooga and Mrs Susie Martin of Richmond are vliltlnR the t family ot Richard Bratton Mrs Jesse Lynn and children of Stanford were guest of her brother George Wood Dr D M Oodbey and Jason Law horn earns up from Mlddleburg Sunday wee two qf our fair young ladle Mrs Jat Pollard It tltlllng hordaujrb tee In Mason county MM J B Skin nerof Nloholaivllle was here In the interest of JwtanBlnelnttUuteof which she U principal Mitt Mary Chestnut t has returned to her home at Marks wry after a vlill with Mitt Mayraa Underwood D OSpoonamore Jr bat I returned homo from Kansas Mrs Love LUUrd of Ponea City Okla It the guest of Mrs M B Kubankt Mesdames Lee and John Rankle left Tuesday for Somerset to visit their Mmother who It very tkslc Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the datse Ind for I boidlag Ike KtMiMMky flirt tw MM afar at rported Crab Orchard JJ t71 days it Aat sI days A8II day iDnUIe August Ml days AuM It 18 18 Aug 171311 BnepheritTllle AUII day Sbelbyvllle Aug 134 days Springfield Aug 114 dayi Somerset Augsos days NleholatvlllB Aug 301 day I Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Elliabothtown Sept e4 days Hertford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 90 day Falmouth Sept 284 days JH P McCalmont an eccentrlo mil who dIed at Franklin Pa do wised a way to prevent Intemperance among bit heir Hit will just flied ex dude at beneficiaries sop child who Indulges In tbe use of liquor tobacco or narcotic drugs The entire estate goes Into the hand of the executor who shall manage It and divide annually the proceed among only such I children us do not use tobacco liquor or narcotic drug In any form or many III quantity Any member of the family twbo uses any of those threethlngt may become a beneficiary In the estate by j abstaining from the use for a period of a year If the beneficiary returns to hit former habit however be or she U out pit One Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I hays I believe told 60 boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets on tho recommendation of one lady hero who first bought a box of them about a year ago She never tires oft telling her neighbors and friends abou the good qualities of these TabletsP M Shore Druggist Rochester Ted The pleasant purgative effect of these T blcA snakes them a favorite with ladles everywhere For Bale by all drug guts p To the Worlds Fair via Queen L Crescent Routo and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information addrcst W 0 RlnearsoD G P A Cincinnati t O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I S H Bttuchmao made 25 bushels of wheat to the acre Mark Hardin told to Ike Shelby 62 00pound hogs at 4 371 W M Robb of Clark county told at Jersey City 250 choice lamb at 81o FOR SALEA tlret class Aberdeen Angus bull U H Crow Shelby City W M Bright bad one field to average 40 bushels of wheat rile entire crop averaged 30 bgthelt Bob Wood got the blue tie at the Kirktrllle fair on hit twoyearold saddle marts by S T Harris King Ea gleWanted 60000 bushels of wheat at highest market price delivered at Mortland or McKlnney D S Carpen ter Himoavllle Font SAtaI have n 9JbQre power gasoline engine and a No IS Geneva euuloc box with IS feet of carrier All IB good condition J B Cameo lh 4t Tsat Governmiott crop report for tie pail week state that the tempera tn east of the Rocky mountains was highly favorable but to the contrary on tho Pdolfle coast Corn hat expert enoed u week of progrcit while cotton DM done 011wltb the exception ofI the Txa crop Wheat harvesting Qontloue favorably while the tobacco trop It tllll promisIng ICHUC SALH OO horses 75 young mulet 40 2ycarold mules 60 Indian and Shetland ponies 60 registered shorthorn cattle 1000 ttook ewe Fri day Auif 6 Union Stock yards Lex Ington Horse consist of mares and geldings 3 to 6 years old mares with suckling colts yearling to twoyear old i bred from German Coach and Peroherpn ttalllont Mol of them baiter broken when colt Best lot of mule mares ever offered at public tale Kansas bred yearlings to three year olds Horace and mulet told In lots of ll0 6 Shorthorns oootltt of cows and calves yearlings 2 year old heifers aad bulls Catalogues of shorthorns furnished on application StoGie ewes principally black facet and legs and will be told in lots of 36 to 100 Biggest taU of stock ever offered In Kentucky In one day Have for private sale 100 Berkshire and Poland China pigs March farrow subject to registration They are A 1 F O B cart 1 10 a piece or 118 a pair Forty young Mammoth jacks aod saddle ttalllont Stock told without reserve Sale commence at 0 oclock sharp For Information ad drew J V Cook A Co Lexington Ky e One on Ollle James A story about Ollla Jams which kea antr beeo printed was told the otter day at Beelbecha Howl where a orowd of Kentucky paULlolan wore tJlleuHlul the various eMteiraea of tbe blvagrats and Pennyryla I took ray little see to town one day lau fall to hear Ollle Jama and Coy Beckham speak said a man from Bar rodiburg and the boy was greatly Im press d by Mr Jame size When the tptaktog wag over I went up to shake hands with Mr Jamet and my little boy followed along Mr James pat ted him on the head and said something about another good democrat growing up and the boy was very much pleased to have been shown the attention At Sunday school a few day after tbo peaking the teacher was tolling tbe boys and girls about how God made the world In seven days How big it God asked my little boy The teacher was at a lost for a reply and before the answered the boy said Well do you suppose ho Is as big as Ollle James Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding all that Js done by boards of health and charitably Inclined persons tbe death rate among email Children is very high during the hot weather of summer months in the largo i 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 Illggs of Franklinvllle N Y in speaking of this remedy said I have found it expedient to have a supply of Chamberlain Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea Rem edy on hand It hat been a family safeguard and while especially beneficial to children it is equally good In adult cases I recommend it cheerfully and without reservation For sale by all druggists Chairman Lewis McQuown of tbe State Central and Executive Commit tees has called a Joint meeting of tbe Committees at Frankfort for Tuesday July 20 Tbu Stato CentralCommlttco will convene next day in Covlngton to settle the contest filed by John T Bodgo In the race for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Sixth district a All the Indictments but two in tbo circuit clerks ofllco at Brlokley were L Itolent A NEWS NOTES Tbe Russian loss at Motion Pass Is estimated at 2000 Tbo Japanese losses at Motion Pass were 299 killed and wounded An attempt was made to assassinate Charles Dy in his home at Whites burg J Biggs a prominent young man of Jackson Tenn committed suicide with laudanumCharles Short of Paducab commit ed suicide there by taking laudanum and arsenic G G White aged 80 years ono of the oldest aod wealthiest clltaens of Paris Is dead Chad Salyors of Jackson charged with the assassination of Mack White was acquitted William Bell 18 years of age was drowned while In bathing In a pond near Lexington The plant of the McOloud Lumber Co biggest of Its kind In California U tied up by a strike Lawrence Livingston a railway em ploye of Younstown 0 fatally shot his wife and committed suicide Lexington policeman bad a lively brush with robbers Tbo robbers es coped but their dog wee killed Attorney Samuel M Tudor has been debarred from the practice of his pro fession In tbe Circuit Court at Loxlog tonUdnunkl said to be the oldest city In the world bat been discovered by a Chicago excavating expedition In Ba byloniaW OBrien Jr of Baltimore Md was elected Grand Exalted Ruler of the B P O Elks at the reunion In CincinnatiCarrie Is said to have been knocked down at Gutbrle by a young man from whose moutb she bad twice slapped a cigarette- A thief entered tbe court house at ln man and stole CIO Indictment leaving the doeket which was called Monday obliterated Attorney General Hay decides that the summon school system of Kentucky Is entitled to 53 00 of tbo State taxes and that 1600000 Is duo the fund At Fairmont W Va W L Protz man a prominent business man shot and stabbed David Wilson for speaking Insulting of Protsmans daughter Ata special meeting of the stock holders of the Southern Pacific rail road held In Beeohmont tbe capital stock was Increased to 1100000000 The St Petersburg newspapers arc rejoicing over the exploits of the Rue slao volunteer flea steamer In seizing foreign ships and seising the mulls Tha saoood trial of George M Slsao obargad wish the nesasslnaitoo of Miss Bertha WUilniaton In Crlttendenooun ty retailed Iti his acquittal at Marlon On Buffalo creek Owsley county John Rice and Dalanpy Bowling fought a pistol dual resulting In Bowling be leg shot twice In the bowels Tbo In testines were perforated seven times The strike inaugurated 10 days ago by the Butchers and Meatcuttort Un ion was amicably settled at a confer once In Chicago brought about by request of olllclals of the Allied Trades R W Holbrook superintendent of schools In Lawrence county resigned under sensational circumstances Bo was being tried In the county court on charges of Immorality and official Ir regularities but his resignation put an end to the proceedings A Chinese Junk which has arrived at Che Foo brings a report that 4000 Jap anoso were killed by tbo explosion of a mlno at Port Arthur on July 12 The Chinese also report that a Russian tor pedo boat tank a merchant ship mis taking her for a Japanese transport Leaving his two grown daughters to make their own way and taking with him his wife and four younger chil dren E It Elllngston one of tho wealthiest commission merchants of Dos Moines Ia has turned oer his entlro possessions to John Alexander DowloAfter 15 years Imprisonment convicted of killing her husband by arse nical poisoning urn Florence May brick a member of a prominent South ern family bas been released from British custody and is now Journeying to Rouen France where she will re side The last months of her seryl tudo were spent In the convent of the Sisterhood of Epiphany at Truro Cornwall England Brutally Tortured- A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Qoloblc of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured Insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved mo though I tried every thing known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver andJKIdney troub les and general debility Only 60c Satisfaction guaranteed by G L Peony Druggist IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES R 0 Eubanksaged 74ls dead at ColumbiaTwo oil strikes are reported from Cumberland county In a light at Yellow Creek mines near Mlddlesboro Archie Lcgere shot and killed Beory Gileo Legere escaped- W M Ore ver a mercnantof James town shot and killed John Franklin The killing occurred In front of Oree ver store Bulb men weredrunk and bad some words before the killing Mrs Ben Jennings Is dead at her homo In Lower Garrard having suffer ed a stroke of paralysis a few days since She was about 70 years of age and leaves a husband and several grown children An organized gang of robbers seem tp be operating In and around Barrods burg and during tbe pest few days aI number of places have been entered i and robbed The Blue Front Depart j meet Store was broken Into and 113 ta i ken Various persons have lost nearly i all their chickens James L Harlan of Boyle county Is I dead after a long Illness Be was 70 i years old and was a veteran of the j Mexican war the last save one of 100 i soldiers who went from Boyle county to tight under the American flag Beiwas a man of Immense physical propor lions and weighed nearly 400 pounds Frank West and Dallas Manning were engaged In a shooting match ID Pulankl when Manning accidentally dropped tbe gun which was discharg ed the bullet passing through tbe West boyt arm and Into Manning skull just above the eye West It not seriously hurt but Manning Is fatally wounded George Burnett a miner was shot and killed by Beatty Batten at Wil liams Siding Pulaskl county Barnett first shot Halten in the face with a shotgun whereupon Dal ten drew his revol ver killing Barnett Barnett wife bad been dead only two weeks Halton Is not expected to live and was sent to the Somerset Hospital Mrs Nancy Baughmaa Dunn aged 86 died at tbe home of her son Henry W Dunn Tbe cause of her demise Is attributed to the Infirmities Incident to old age as she had been suffering but a short time Tho deceased was born and reared la Garrard county but bad been a resident of of this city for the pttt 16 years The deceased was a member of tbo Christian church and lived up to Its doctrines She Is eur vived by the following children Messrs Henry and lieu of this city Tom DIck and Ike of Garrard county and Mrs Alice Adams of London Danvllle News Blackberrylng In the Mountains The woods are full of berries Whereer the briars grow And the bushes full of chlggers Whereer you chanqeto go The rattlesnake will warn you Before be tries to bite hut tbe pesky little chlggers Are simply out o sight Tbe llxard breaks for cover Wheneer you come too near And as the leaves he rattles Your heart stands still with fear Tbo mountaineer will warn you To git fm that ar patch And youd step right lively Or a bullet you might catch But tbe mountaineer Is clever When you treat him halfway right When his hide is full of linker It Is then be wants to fight So you bad better buy your berries And your spare time spend In pray ing For the writer be has been thar And ho knows what ho Is saying A A Warren In Mlddlesboro Re cord Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea AfterTonYears ofSuffering I wish to say a law words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy says Mrs Maple Burgo of Martlnsville Va I suffered 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 renedy Only two doses were required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine myself aud did not use all of one bottle be tote I was well and 1 havo never since been troubled with that complaint One I connot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is I for sale by all druggists The mystery of the rain tree of the Canaries Is a cloud that hovers about It constantly this Is condensed to water which saturates the leavers and falling from them In constant drops keeps the cisterns which are In excavation be neath them always full of water a+ When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For Sale by all druggists I i The Question VIii Hour I i i Is how to keep dressed and cool at the same time i Our Homespun Suits answer it Just enough stiffening in tho shoulders to hold tho cant in shape not enough to let you know its thore Good looks and service85O to 1650 ssssrssss T o mILLER Danville KIJ THE GLOBEL BUY E IIThe Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from w H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Visa Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Harve Steward porter T Pumps 1 Piiitps 1 I am n pump man allover anti 1 sell the Pumpingest Pumps that over was Pumped and if they dont Pump where Isay they will Pump I will not Pump any money out of tho bot tom of your pocket I sell Pumps from S2 to 840 mill from 2 to 200 fiset deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS nepd no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP is So oasy to fix You can replace the valves without removing lump from well with nothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guftoring and Pump work done on short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 JS H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky DruggistConfidenceConfidenceno have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and J PURE MATERIALS are our 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 tho best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGISTI LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL o E C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET Ptr PrtMrnt ALTON BROOKS PARKE- Ko Aw York For Viet PrtMenl HENRY DAVIS of Wett Virginia GREAT IS THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS IN attempting to Rive even a brief description of the great Worlds Fair at St Louis In a column or eo Insur mountable dlfllcultles are encountered How can eo much bo put In eo little space li the queetlon that arises In short it is like putting Into pamphlet form the history of the world from the beginning to the present time or we might eay It Is almost as difficult as It would be to write on a postal card all the newsthai could be gathered at a flourishing sewing society meeting First place the St Louis fair greatly exceeded our expectations We thought the Chicago fair was tbig thlogbutthe superlative has to be brought Into service when tho St Louie exposition Is spoken of It covers 1240 acres of For eet Park or about twice ns much ground as the Chicago concern did or four times as much as did the Parts exposition held In 18091900 The build logs are after the order of those at Chi cago but are much larger and the ar chitectural effects are a decided Im provement All of the 1240 acres Is covered with interesting exhibits and M we only spent two days on the grounds our description can not be a very perfect ode The largest structure Is the Agricul tural building which covers 21 acres of ground Every inch of space In it is filled and if one walks up one aisle and down the otheriuntll all the aisles have been worked he will have walked seven miles This is one of the most Interesting of the many public buildings and is the costliest Back of this Is the Horticultural building which you should spend a few hours In To the right of the Agricultural build log is the Philippine concession the largest on tho grounds containing about 50 acres A splendid fdea of ho tho Filipinos live their pursuits etc can be obtained here This display I free to the public but to get a more thorough Insight of the manners and customs of the inhabitants of our new possessions it would be a good idea to go into several of the side attractions at a small cost of 10 to 25c The Transportation building where every mode of travel Is shown Is al ways thronged with people and Is one of the justly popular buildings Every conceivable way to travel from the pack mule to the flying ship can be seen there The first engine ever made attracts great attention and many im dllrl10Kone with the fact that this is an age of advancement By the way the valldat log office Is in this building and if you go to the fair on a reduced rate ticket you will be compelled to sign your name in the presence of the agent This can be done at the depot but aa that place Is always crowded time can be saved by signing up at this office If you love machinery your time will be spent pleasantly and profitably in the immense Machinery building It would take the whole of this paper to tell of the various kinds of machinery exhibited The Electricity building Is a thing ot beauty Inside and out and a Joy it must be to the electricians who come from all parts of the world to see it The Varied Industries building is one of the largest and best and a sight seer of leisure could spend a week in It and see something new each time he turned around Every Industry known to mankind is represented and in many cases demonstrated Thousands of machines are in operation In the Manufacturers building which cov ere 11 acres and which cost 82000000 The Liberal Arts Education and Social Economy and Mines and Metallur gy buildings are all close together and each Is full of exhibits peculiarly interesting to its class In the last we saw a sample of granite from the Stan ford Marble fir Granite Co which showed up mighty well with the other granite on exhibition To the left of these buildings Is Uncle Sams exhibit which Is almost as largo as the public buildings Many think there are more things of interest in this building than In any other on the grounds One pi the many things worth seeing Is a full size battle ship with Its every equip ment and in full readiness for an en gagement with a most formidable ono my At least a day should be spent in the Forest Fish and Game building Ken tucky has a splendid forest display there while Old Virginia contribu tion In that line is worth tho trip to St Louis to see- The Pine Arts building is full al most to ovo tOwing with pictures and statuary the finest work of the worlds I most renowned artists The women are partial to this display aud the build log Is most always crowded with them This structure U a permanent one as ii the Administration building which Is Washington University The latter has not been erected more than a year and has never been used for school pur poses After the fair Is over the base and foot ball players tromeeveratStateu will matriculate there under tho pro tense ot being students This feeble pen will not attempt a description of The Cascades Had we tontue1endwords should be coined to give a satis factory description of them Go and see for yourself you will never have even an Idea of their beauty If you do not In the centre building In the group around The Cascades Is the large est pipe organ in the world It plays each alternoon at 3 oclock and you are welcome to see and hear It free It faces an auditorium with a seating ca pacity of 3000 or 4000 As Is well known almost every State In the Union has a building of herown Kentucky has one and a grand one It is It favorably compares with the rest of them and the Kentuckians at the big fair are proud to make It their headquarters Mr R E Hughes a for mer Lancaster boy who la secretary of the Kentucky Commission Is In charge and be with handsome Mrs Bertha Miller Smith of Rlchmondand charm log Miss Burton of Lebanon make the visitors feel that It Is Indeed good to be there Missouris building Is the largest and coetlleetbut no prettier than Kentucky If you go to the fair dont fall to see the floral clocka sure enough clock made of flowers It la directly In front of the Agricultural building and Is one of the prettiest things on too grounds It fenteo small either for the hands on It weigh 2500pounds each and the bell that rings each half hour weight 5000 pounds The dial Is 315 feet in circumference and it is a perfect timekeeper The Pike is where you find amusement and attractions galore It Is a costly place too and you pay big prices to see things that are no morelnterest log than can be seen free of charge in the many public buildings It Is strange but nevertheless true that a majority of those who go to the fair trike for The Pike before they have been on the grounds an hour There are some splendid shows there how ever and if you have time you should see Jerusalem Bales Fire Fighters Hagenbeckeeyou to take a ride on the Ferris Wheel It costs 50c but besides the pleasure of the ride you get a splendid view of the fair the city of St Louis and an ex cellent Idea of the lay of the grounds A ride on it when you first get to the fair will prove much help In acquaint leg youwlth things In general concern leg It- There are thousands of restaurants on the grounds and you can get lodg leg at the Inside Inn but you will save money by rooming down town and tak log all the meals In the city that you can We would suggest that you get breakfast and lodging in St Louie which will cost about 1150 and dinner and supper on tle grounds These can be had for 11 making the day cost S250 or about the charges of a good Kentucky hotel There are many ways to spend money at the fair and a person can make the trip cost him what he pleases We fig uro that 130 will pay railroad fare and all necessary expenses for a weeks stay Economy will have to be practiced to do this but it can be done and done without stinting ones self A ride on the Intramural Railway at a cost of a dime will help you acquaint yourself with the grounds An automobile ride over the principal avenues for a quarter Is also restful and pleasant Or If you prefer boat riding take an electric boat for a half hour for two bits Of the foreign exhibits Japan is largely In the lead The various die plays of this wldeawake little nation are exceedingly creditable and Interesting A popular place on the grounds le- the Tyrolean Alps concession This attraction which Is said to be a perfect miniature of the Alps of Switzerland Is a permanent one and cost 8800000 An admission fee of 25o Is charged and almost every visitor to the fair pays the price The Queens jubilee presents can be sedn at the fair and a short while spent In the large room containing them would prove enjoyable Two big John Bulls guard each entrance of the building containing them and every precaution is used to prevent them be- Ing stolen or burned The presents show an outlay of many millions ot dol lars These jottings on our quldk trip to the greatest fair tho world has ever seen may not be of especial Interest to those who have seen the fair or those who do not care for such things but we sincerely trust they may be of ben efit to some of our readers who are go Ing and some little pleasure to those who would like to go but will be deprived of the pleasure E C W A British steamer was seized by the onboard JUDOS M C SAUFLEY is making an active canvass for the nomination for appellate judge and if the democrats ot the Fifth Appellate District recog nlzj true worth ability and fealty to party they will nominate him on the first ballot at the convention to be held at Lexington Aug 4 Ho would adorn the bench of the highest court In Ken tucky and would make a judge the par ty and the State alike would have rea eon to be proud ofeTUE postmaster general says the money Issue will bo prominent In this campaign Of course the republican party would like to make it so but that question is settled for the present and the spellbinders will be unable to In terest the people on dead Issues Tbo tariff tho trusts and Roosevelt dine gard of law and precedent will be the Issues thIs time to the consternation of the republicans JUDGING from the manner In which the republican newspapers aro trying to hammer Judge Parkers famous telegram to the democratic convention it seem that they have found It to be the biggest political thorn they have over experienced WITH an Increase in the cost of liv I leg to the extent of 45 per Dent and a concurrent decrease In wages ot 24 per cent we have positive evidences ofi republican prosperity POLITICAL Score one for Somerset The first town In the State to organize a Parker and Davis club Journal Scott county democrats will noml nato county officers by a primary Sept 15 Anderson county will do likewise Nov 12 Representative Henry M Goldfogle in an interview in Washington pre dicta an old faebiooed democratic ma jority In New York State this fall Senator Gorman It is announced In New York and Washington has declin ed to accept the chairmanship of the democratic National committee- P C Knox and Ellbu Root conferred with Proudest Roosevelt and discussed the nominees speech and letter of ac ceptancewhlch are to be his only po litical utterances during the cam paignThe National committee will meet In New York July 20 to elect a chairman The personal of the chairman It Is said has not been discussed and Judge Parker la said to favor the committee making its own choice It Is said that the democratic party leaders who made up Mondays confer ence in New York have asked Senator Gorman to accept the chairmanship of the national committee and that ho has the matter under consideration- Dr Frank Beard was ousted as chair man of the Shelby county democratic committee at a special meeting held and T S Byers was elected as bis coo cessor The reason assigned Is that Beard favored a convention while Coo gressman Gilbertsfriends want a pri mary to settle the nomination for con gress Dr Beard says the action of the committee is illegal and that he will continue to act in his official capac ity as chairman OIl FOR FANCY GROCERIES OIl Candles Fruits Etc call on E S Payne 3rab Orchard Ky Oardy made dally Ice and fresh meat always on ban- dSAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We have Jntt received 25 can coal and will gel ata reduced cheaperthanlnKINO k COX Moreland Ky UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost ai good ai new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for leu money Ole me a PRANK ATKJMS Stanford NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP Having rented the Win Daugherty black smith snap on west main street I am pre pared to do all kinds of blacksmith and wood work I have an experienced work man In charge Work guaranteed Ole me a call 1 will also hand all thekeeyontime a lot of lutpber BAKER WALLS midway saloon COOD RICE Prors Ilnest wines whisky and been Special wholesale dealura Lexington famous lllue Grass Deer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 60 Stan ford II- yThe New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAYs Lancaster Ky Wm BHUOAE3 Proprlstor Electric Lights In every room Refurnish and under entire New Management Bob Hie favorite porter meets all trains Large Welllighted Sample Room If you need Printing o Any Kind Give this office a trial Choice Milling Wheat Wilnled1 We are today paying 95 cts per bushel de livered on track Louisville for No2 Soft Red Winter Vheat and aim at all times to pay the top market priceC- OMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLINGI Ballard Ballard Co r July 21 1904 Louisville Ky t- I t NOTICE I I am now ready to handle butler In an quantity Will pay sash or goods far an kInds of produce at market price PIaee bear In roods must be paid for before leaving the reuse W 1 niUDSIUW Tarnenvllle Farm For Sale I On aoeountof Illhealth I desire to sell privately mr farm of 10 acres located In edge of IlnstonTllle Good Improvements fruit never falling water as whole or divide Sinai house on lower part O B BARNETT Hnstonvllle Ky Dripping Springs Spears Flshor Mgr Splenlk1tablecountry Write for particulars IosUtlQte Dripping Springs THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for eon saltation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bUll due when services are rendered and must too paid promptly R A JONESDENTIST i Stanford Ky Little In Myers house Parlor Phone ul E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I I having been In tho Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying 1 represent one of too best tailoring firms in the country With my experience in taking measures and dirvctoni I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out prices are the same as Inez perlcnced men who are in the business also have a nice line of fancy cheviot- and other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank you for put favors I am yours H 0 RUPLEY the Tailor BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connections POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J 7 SCoonamors T M Holmes H F J D Oamuntseh Petor Balmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife Carson IL P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welsh R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Boot SamF lleynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Oharle Enwtlln Stanford Granite Marble Co I IKCOBPOKATKD Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers taoleU etc from our own Lincoln county stone recently discovered the analysis of which proves It to be of the finest quality Thto stone fain several colors We can tarnish stand ard material from any other quarries In the world Phone main 06J II Boom pres Stanford Ky or T J Toter branch oHIce McKinney Ky Grand LoaU6rI I It The closing out sale to quit business is going on Great crowds f are buying the many BARGAINS we are offering Get in the push land save MONEY Remember its COST and BELOW COST for you IOIILr IILOTK tVATC11 OfB ADS THE GRAND ERIM B Logy 8 Co S B Levy fTheti ItheNone better None cheaper I WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky TRY A PAIR OF ouRT SHEARSAnti if not satisfactory return them anti got another V t pair or YOUR MONEY We have right and loft hand ScUsore Embroidery Uuttonliolo Ovalor square edge Shears the largest tiseortinunt over in u town Calland MO them I GEORGE H FARRIS ft CODo Stanford Kentucky We Still Have In Stock A Fine Selection of India LinensYr t Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very low prices t l W E Perkins 1C4 Crab Orchardar Ky f Stanford Male And female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY Irrtn eets lllret term Monday Sept 5 1904 The members of our Faculty are All eipe rloneod teachers and of the highest degree of scholarship taught from the point of view of the and I i to highest dogrco of general taro We earnestly solicit tho coonualon of all who are Interested In ed t work OSOAIIU FALUB Ill DlrlnclplculMt On the Remnant CounterI rhis eekShort lengths of Silk Black and Colors as much as 412 yards in piece at onehalf price Smaller pieces suitable for petticoat ruffles at same reductio Waist Skirt and Dress lengths in desirable Fall colors and good material Look at the r for 59c for PettIcoats We make these concessions I in PRICES In order to CLEAN UP all short lengths Come at ONCE to secure the BEST SEVERA1fCE SON PEJDIfTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL i III STANFORD KY JULY 22 1901 n Our supply of Sehool Hook are now ouIn aDd wo are able to furoleb with aU bock used In Ltnooln o Tbe sumo books used last yar will ba used I the ear Penny Drug Store Stan ford Ky PERSONALS MR W W WITHERS Is at Bstlll Spring MISS LUCILE COOPER la with flux I s tonvlllo friends BORN to the wife of Mr J M I Thompson a sea MR 8 D LEVY Is back from a bust ness trip to Louisville t MESSRS W P TATE and Bd Carter f are at Crab Orchard springs Mn M B BAUOHMAN left Tuesday for a business trip to St Louis t MR W I WILLIAMS of Lancaster was here a abort while Tuesday k MR HARDIN the aged father ot Mr Marie Hardln Is qulto sick MR CAiuitLL D WOODS Is spending a few days with Uustonvllle friends MBSBRS OHO L PBNNV and Ceo B Saufley went to Frankfort yester dayMit1 P OWSLBY of Columbus Oa has Joined his wife and daughter t hereMASTER JAMBS WOODS of Paint Lick Is with the family of Mrs Adella 1Woods MINOR SwoiE of MUdleburg Is visiting Mss Clara Tabler at Me Kinney MRS R L SALTER of Danville Is with her parents Mr and Iu A W Carpenter MRS GHonoiA ItIcR of Mt Vernon Wednesdays South was a passengeron I bound train MR AND MRS K P SlHOLD have gone to Stanford for a visit to relatives Lex Democrat Miss HELEN BDASLRY will givo a party Wednesday afternoon In honor of her 13th birthday Miss MARTHA ROUT attended the dining given by Mrs France Adami at Hustonvtllo Wednesday MR S J GORMAN of the National Cash Register Co of Dayton 0 Ii with Mr George L Carpenter M GBORUE MKNEVEE has taken a post tlon on the Danville Advocate under bll brother Editor Samuel W Mono fees MRS W B McKINNEY and Misses Cbloe Baughman and Nancy Katha rine McKlnney are at Crab Orchard Springs MR AND MRS L S RIDE spent Tuesday at Richmond Mr George B Harris ot Lancaster held down the I Depot In his absence MR 0 0 WILLIAMS wife and daughter Miss Rude Williams of Mt I Vernon were on Wednesday train returning from the World Fair Miss LULA SIMPSON who has beet t with Miss Sallie Cook returned lo Oarrard yesterday Her slater Miss Elizabeth Simpson came for her MISSES SCOTT McGlnnls Rodgers and Helm of Danville and Jesse Ed wards Virginia and Mary Crowe of Midway are guests ot Miss Nettle Co ver Miss EDNA LIPPS of Huston viiie who spout several weeks with Miss Wells In Virginia returned to her home Wednesday Miss Well ace- omt panted her home MRS S G PCLUAM and little daughter ot Washington City and Mesdames Winter Wright arid Georgo Alford of Lexington aro visiting Mrs t l M V Mooro at McKInnoy Missus PEARL BORNSIDE and Mat- tIe flays OirslovandMrsHugh Murray of Lebanon who Is visiting tbo former Orchard Springs Wed wont up to Crab nesday to spend some time MR CURD WILLIAMS of Will lama t burg was hero yesterday en route to I v Vllustonvlllo to see his brother R L V Williams who suffered a stroke of pa if ralysl and Is dangerously Ill MR J A ROYSTON formerly of Garrard orders the 1 J sent to him at Clovordale Cal Ho says that the climate there Is excellent No snows s In winter and the summers are delight ful Mns J E CLAUNCH of Somerset who Is spending a tow weeks at Crab Orchard Springs was hero Wednesday 4thatsays tharo summer resort and that at t the faro la excellent Miss EDNA BAUOIIMAN of Huston vllle d visiting at DloomQeld- MR E T DBAzrKYof Ilarrodiburc with hd stators and brothers here MESSRS E 0 HOPI BR of Coving ton and B B Hooker of Hustonvllle were hero yesterday MR R L OOLLIBK of Brodbead was on yesterdays Northbound train advertising the Brodhead fair whleh comes off Aug 17 18 18cbias JAMBS GnfNDY of Nashville will be the guilt of Mrs U J McRob arts Donald Allen of Crnthlnna will also visit the MoRobtrt homo LOCALS KLMBR D UENHAM d adding 00 feet of coal bins to his yard at Rowland I ROUOH lumber fence post poplar I oak and chestnut Shingles for sale H J McRoberts WE are offering bargains In IbolllI you cant afford to mds Come quick John P Jones r HOUSE for root on East Main Steeet Stanford Apply to d B Cooper Mrs M E Bronaugb JUST In today new belts neckwear and Peggy From Paris bags ComoI to us for the latest and belt PIJones RSADI am a ready receive guests at Olympian Springs near Ml Salem at M M per week F M SimiI Manager TO MuznitsIwill furndh the beltI threshing coal the Jelllco at my yard at Rowland at 9Je Quality guaranteed Blmer D Denham FOR REST The little storeroom on Lancaster Street next door to IN TiJitlOR JOCRNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky ALMOST BaRB The great Crab Orchard fair begins next Wednesday 27th and continues until Friday Go and tell your friends to do likewise TUB Cumberland Valley Land Co held a meeting here Wednesday which war attended by a number of Its stock holders Considerable bUllnewal transacted Inoludlng the electlun of Mr J W Bayden as secretary and treasurer MRS J C MoCLARYresigned some time ago as teacher of the Seventh grade of tho Stanford Graded School but her action was not made public un ill a few days since It d generally regretted that the school d to lose such an excellent teacher DRONED Judge Upton W Muir of Louisville was drowned while bath lag at Cape May Be was standing In about two feet of water when be was seen to fall face forward His body was found floating but all effort to resuscitate him were without avail The verdict of the coroners jury war accidental drowning Judge Muir was a cousin of Messrs JJ W B and P M McRoberts of this place and was one of his citys most prominent men LIIIRRTOFAIRfr Charles F Monlgoinpry secretary of the Liberty Fair was here Wednesday and left with us copy for the catalogue of that fair which will be held Aug 17 18 19 The many premiums given are liberal and there d a ring for almost everything you can think of The ra ces will bo an Interesting feature this year Following the race program Trot or pace 240 class 180 running race for threeyearolds 100 freofor all dash 476 22i trot 176 freeforall running race 1100 freoforall trot or pace 1126 A sweepstake saddle ring d one of the big premiums offered CONSIDBRAIILB excitement fas crea ted Tuesday morning by Will Craig tad Hugh Brown both colored scaling tho wall surrounding the Jail and tak log to their heed George Craig was In the act of climbing when Mr W A Fowle of Rowland saw him and gave tho alarm Jailor Horrln and Marshal Jones started In pursuit of the and Craig was finally found In a dry goods box at Green Hansforda house In Maxvlllo Brown who was under Indictment for kukluxlng has not been caught Craigs obargo Is housebreak IDA The boys were In tbo enclosure washing somo blankets and while Jailer Herrlni oyes wero turned they made a ladder out of a couple of pieced s wood which helped thorn climb tho high ullI ROOMS for rent Apply to W N Craig GRAB ORCIIAtttbFAIR next weekI Get ready Full RgNT r house of sever room on Lancaster street W DO Baanon BAKROUBHCRQ arose with Hustonvllle team at Hustonvllla Saturday afternoon IN a wreak on the Q O Mr Allen bailey bad tbreo ribs end hd collar bone broken Be II dangerously hurt THBRB will be an Ice cream supper at Pleasant Grove church in Garrard Tuesday evening next we are request ed to state TUB committee at Nlcholasvtllu yes terday decided on a primary for Oct 1 as the method and time for nominating candidate for Congress In this die trict SAM PHELPS a cousin of Mrs R C Hooker of this place d dead He liv ed In Madison county but died out West where he bad gone In search of health BEN DENNY of the Ottenbelm seo tlon was declared Insane In Judge Bal lays court yesterday Deputy Sheriff O P Newland will take him to Lake- land Asylum to day TUB Stanford Water Light L Ice Cos lea d being soughtaftorand there Is hardly a day tbat new order do not come In font This week a carload was shipped to Lebanon another to London another to East Bernstadt and still another to Livingston lION HARVEY HELM of Stanford the distinguished contestant for Con gressional honors In this district d In town today and says ho d still In the lead and d sure to win In tho end Since the adjournment of the late con vention Mr Helm has made a second canvass of a large part of the district and ends new friends plentiful and hd old ones stronger In bd cause than ever He wants It distinctly understood that be Isle therace to too death whether It be settled by primary or convention His dignified and manly bearing and hd open and honorable actions have endeared him to hd IUPI porters and woo him the respect and admiration of all He d the kind of a man who values and knows how to keep bd friends We have always been for Mr Helm and Intend to con tinue to pull for him till the burly burly done till the battle lost and won Richmond Register IDANVILLE Mr BH Helm and hd estimable wife of Lincoln are proba bly the only couple In this part of the State who can boast of passing the C5th mile stone of married life Mrs Helm has just returned to her homd la Lincoln county after a visit to bar child ren In Danville Mrs A Trlbble Mrs O J Thurmond and Mr G T Helm Mr and Mrs Helm were married on Jan 3rd 1839 and both were born and have lived In Lincoln county all their lives The farm on which Mr Helm now resides d within three miles of his birthplace and be has never lived far therelIe never owned a watch or pIe tot and never carried either Mrs M J Rossell who d a resident of Lincoln county and has boon all her life Is the only survivor of the wedding party Wm Reynlerson who Is employed by the J P Frank Grocery Co Is crltl cally ill at too home of bd father at Power Store Casey county with blood poison which d the result of a small scratch on bd hand Charles Dicker son the alleged blind tiger operator of Lancaster was tried In Commissioner Lawwllls court and held to the Federal court In the sum of 11000 William Mulllns and Miss Ella Tyree both of this city wore quietly married at tho homo of Mrs Nannio Lanchart In Lex ington Advocate I MATRIMONIAL J A Ridnor and Mrs M E Robins son were made one Wednesday Ray Stone and Miss Anallza Horse man and Olive Gillon and Miss Eliza both Stone all of Bath county eloped- a Maysvlllo and wore married Nearly two and ono half times bd weight in gold was given Cardinal Sa tolll for the performance of a wedding ceremony a task which required only a quarter of an hour Letters from friends of the prolate say that the com peniatlon paid to tho cardinal by Mar tin Malony whose daughter was mar sled at Spring Lake N J was the largest amount ever given for a simile service The letters state that 1100 000 was the fee OTTENHEIM Farmers seem well satlsHed with the wheat yield Sahool begun at this place on theist with Prof Mulllns teacher Ninety days from the 17th we will have frost 10 says Mies Katydld The sick In this community are mar log slow progress toward recovery Willie Stevenson while out driving Sunday killed a huge rattlesnake near White A Davie store Wm Anderson has been wearing a broad grin for the last week over the arrival of a 12pound boy hd at house Mrs ZAck Plummer has two gray horses that are brothers One le 27 and the other d 28 years old Both are seemingly In good condition yet Reuben Adams who d hostler plow- boy milk maid and nurse at Dr Mor ris says that the doctor has two of the prettiest twin babies that he ever laid bd eve on Mrs Rube Adams is sick CHURCH MATTERS I The meeting conducted by Rev Wll llama at Morelaod d progressing nicely I and great Interest Is being manifested Rev John Lake has resigned as State secretary of the Kentucky Y M C A and will go to China as a flap tilL missionary I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexan drla Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough fright fully and spit blood but when all other medklnts failed three 8100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50o and 1100 Trial bottles free at Pennys drug store Gov Beckbam appointed Isaac Thur man of Washington county to succeed Circuit Judge Pattcson deceased The Russian Vladivostok squadron d reported to have captured a Japanese steamer THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural bar ticultural chemical biological mathemat- Ical physical normal school classical mechanical engineering electrical engineering civil engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leading to a Masters degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly 50 professors and instruc tors County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories and light and if they remain 10 months traveling ex penses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The legislature 60000 foes college home for women and 630 ooo for drill hall and gymnasium for men Roth buildings are completed in use Military and science sre fully pro vided for as required by congress Graduates from several courses pf study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The is largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply Last year the matricula Ion was 750- Speclalisls with the necessary number of assistants have sharpie of each department of natural sconce Summer schools are provided for pedagogy en gineering and juanuu wM in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of college is the only Institution In the Commonweallh- doing In any proper sense university rkThe of the college home for goodiall modem conveniences inolud ng bathrooms and room for physical culture Its heated by steam and lighted by elecric hy An opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough in classics mod ern languages literature science math enlatlcs logic metaphysics history and political economy No institution in the state otters advantages for education of women at all comparable to those offered by the State College For method of obtaining ap pointmonts information regarding courses of study and term of admission apply IO P LL D- Ir IAS K PATTERSON Ph D C FRAZEE Bus Agt Lexington K Fall Term Begin Sept 5 1904 BEFORE YOU GO TO TilE FAIR Let Us Sell You A Suit Shirt Hat Shoes or Underwear W 4 W CUMfllNSMCLARY nor WEATHER GOODS Straw Hats Cloth Hats Low Shoes in Tan and Patents Negligee Shirts Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes All new and uptodate H J McROBBRTSStanford THE CRAB ORCHARD FAIR AND RACING ASSOCIATIONW- ILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING JULY 273 DAYSS- how Rings in the forenoon rand Running Trotting and Pacing Races in the afternoon Everbody invited and expected- R H BRONAUGH President W D WALLIN SecretaryThe Great Danville Fair Aug 3 4 and 5 areas eearsa Wait for it and make your ar rangements to go all three days Better this year than ever For particulars writ- eH f C BRIGHT Secretary bt THEINTERIORJOURNA Mfitered n the pottofflce at Stanford a toondclan matter pg ttbl3ahsxTudyttad 1i ave At 11 PERYEAR CASH avWkia not iopttdva00 will btehantd 0 KHOXVILLE DIVISION 11 Train going North 1 2SOom 4pm ezs MM Z o23 nU SOuahMMt2nompm NEW LIVERY STABLE lB We111JBSn k S N Pion JUNCTION CITY KY IttrstOlasi Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale meJ H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBU Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us OB Depot Street Also Deter li Ooal Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo StaWo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared ton Up to date rip at reasonable rates DaJ 1 Trio lar DULTR IN WlrtsRii Brandu Winos Bee Gars Etc SSSTffW STANFORD KY Prompt snd polite attention Nothing but the be rtceIvorlersto drink J u telegraph trompUttenOon TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shades lace t cki curtain poles pictures frames screens tablespaste partolst doors dresserschain wardrobes couches washstands Beds springs mattreeeee chamber sulU water sets amps chiffon IBM folding beds wishing machines wring ers wall er carpet iaper trunks t14 scopes carrlagepatnthouse paint curtain stretchers carpet etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE S CO1 Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All penou wtahcg to bay or eel feru will do well to tee us We have a nnabst of doe Lincoln and adjoining cooaty fern for sale and will be pleased t 5 show Ray nee what WI have It you dlre to sell place It In our hands Office at ooIIos LlYWf Stable Stanford Ky RB Mahony Insurance flQBnt Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of lncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance ugaiust tflre Lightning and Tornado None but the atronl t and best OldLine Companies represented and the low est rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky TymrIle lth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was to ill I was compelled to lie or sit down nearly time My stomach was BO weak and upset that I could keep nothing on and I vomited frequently I could not urinAte great pain and I coughed so much that throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it disease consumptionIt they called it and I had no desire to live A sitter visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had ever tried Wine of Cordni I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value J7 4- Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supremo effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do awomans work inlife Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from y druggist today i- WME CARDUI I HARVEY HELM Of SunferJ Is a cinJIJite for onerellin this th Eighth district subject to the action of the demo cratle party HON D L MOORE el Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In Iho Elrbth district 43 succeed Hon G sub- pct to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited Q G GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to th action of the democratic ratty e R C WARREN- Is a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln County court subject the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR ll a candidate for Sherlfl of Lincoln county subjec le the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD II a canaldau for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec le tni action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject tt tee action of lh democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS ll a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER- Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln aunty subject is the action of te Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the leaocritlc party W I HERRIN Is auniMatefir Jailer subject to the action of the Hmocratlc patty MEREDITH E PRUITT li a candidate fey Superintendent of PuNic Schools if Lincoln flaunty subject to the action of the democratic party MISS KATE BOGLE li a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo critic party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is a candidate for reelection for Superintendent ot Purest Schools of Lincoln county subject to the ac lien of the Deeenatk party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a caadldate for Assessor of Uncota county sub ject to the action of the deaeaatk puny GEORGE T WOOD Isacaodllale for Assessor of LJMoto sesety sub leet to the acUoD of tte dcoecnNc pip D C ALLEN CIMIrSIlbleet EMMETT MCORMACK It a candidate far AttMtor of LtMohi couitr sob Jed to the action of ttte deowcnlk pasty W A CARSON Is attaiiiUtt far Attoaoo of Dacota peep subject is UM adieu tf tie SWMCMC JIMW E D KENNEY Is a caaoHot for Aimoaf at Uncota county abject to the ace of the dOBocnttc forty JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR lsac ndloat for county attomeyof Lincoln county abject to tM action out dMkxritic party R L HUBBLE Of Uocota neap It a cMMMe foe the nontaultosi for Stab SOWMI ta rids oMrlct tokjoct to OM actM of the dmtocratk artv A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hallittenoIaNever rally to Bwtor ColorQ6knd urnnrrla J L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers A140DIALISIIX EurniltureMnttingIsRugsThey kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENT 170KV J+ + McCbMY UITDSBSASBB EMBALMER And DcalearIn 3ABNESS SADDLEBY llit Stanford Ky Odd Bits of Information Galvlna spent 20 year beforo he discovered the proper conditions to make the frogs leg kick Tho highest railroad In the world 1 I tho Oroyo from Callao Peru to th gold fields It tunnels the Andes at at I altitude of 15045 feet Egypt Is threatened with a plague of locusts and the Government has called out tbe army of forced laborers to combat the pen While In a carpeted room In a tone mont house 75 germs settled on a throe Inch saucer la five minutes oftei weeping there were 2700 A San Francisco woman who make pets of butterflies finds that these In sects have their likes and dlillkea and are really lovable little things whet you come to know them Tho only place on earth where water Is secured from a salty sea Is la the Persian Gulf There are frcah water springs In tbe bottom from which dl vera fill goatskin bags The region near the Persian Gulf le- the hottest on earth the mean nonuitl temperature there being 11 degrees hlgner than In Death ValleyCal The Inhabitants are stunted mentally and physicallyUntil recently the little church In the village of St Lawrence on the Isle of Night was the smallest church In existence It wasbullt near ly 000 years ego It was 26 foot long 7 feet high and 11 feet broad It held only 12 people Eggs By Weight There Is a movement on loot among produce dealers to adopt the plan which Is In use In many parts of the world for selling eggs by weight the unfairness of the present method Is more ap parent than real eft a housewife were to buy by the pound Instead of the doz en she would doubtless receive one or two lees for tbe same expenditure un lose tbe eggs were very large But the would undoubtedly receive the same amount of nutriment perhaps a little moreIt reported that the provisional of Prussia have been petitioned to have eggs sold In the future by weight In stead of number The claim Is that the German eggs are much heavier and larger than the eggs Imported from neighboring countries and while there may be some alight advantage In the price It is disproportionate to tho act ual nutriment contained In theGcrmai egg The lightest of the German eggs weigh more than the heaviest of the Imported eggs so It seems unfair that they should sell at equal price per dot en To The oath Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district eubjvot to the notion of the detnooratlo party As olreult It became my duty to try a nombir ot criminal oases whloh nave become a part of the States history and at a most critical time At Judge ot the State flues court It flU to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the now constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever it controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of Iranchlses under tbe law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine- I will be very grateful to all who fee they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL APPELLATE COURT CONVENTION The democrats of thla part of tbe Fifth Appellate district should not forgot that mass contentions of the party will be held at tbe county seats of the several counties comprising the die trlct on Tuesday August 2 1904 to appoint delegates to the district con vention which will be hold at Lexlog ton on Thursday Aug 4th to nomi nato a candidate for judge of the court of appeals Remember the time Tues day August 2nd at 1 oclock r M Place court house No Pity Shown For years fate was after me continuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala 1 had a terrible ewe of Piles lauslng 24 tumors When all failed Jucklcns Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and allaches ted pains Only 25c at Pennys Drug itoro Thousands of people possessed of the land fever are pouring Into Yank ton S D and the railroads can notac ommodato the great traffic Many people aro preparing to stand In line all night mow Parties going on the CO excursion Aug 4th wilt please send In their tames for sleeping car reservation as oon as possible G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky Hewitt His words moved mi Jewell Whose Hewitt My laodlordeSmart Set t CHOKING CATARRH CURED Your Money Back If Hyome Does Not Cure You Use Hyomel and br cured of catarrh- is what all who have tried it for that dls ease say to their friends It is the easiest thing in the world to stop catarrh at its beginning If you usi Hromel Just breathe the health glvlnj balsamic air for a tow minutes and you catarrh will be cured In this city and neighboring towns there are hundreds who can testify to thi remarkable powers ol Hyomel to cure ca tar b Many of the staunchcit frIend of this remedy today began its tare with little hope that they would bo cured bu all Mr Penny offered to refund the mon ey if it did not cure they decided to try it on that plan and were soon restored It health Tho question of changing the site tot the capitol of tho State Is now a paramount I one with the State Capitol Com mission It Is claimed that the present site Is too small It the change II made an extra session of the Leglslaiure will be ncccessary Working Night and Day The busiest andmightiest little thin that ever was made is Dr Kings Nyw Life lilts These pills change weak nest into strength llttlcssness into ener gy brainfag into mental power Theyri wood rfull In building up the health Only 26o per box Sold by 0 L Teeny Lumber Notice I renrlnltframlnrOrab Orchard Ky flan deliver If party wlshos Produce Wanted I ltIhenabe convinced at H n Nortbeotti Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I heedlogslumberprice at Moreland D D O eton THE CALVERT MiM Willie K Hooker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave Ste Louise Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Have Your Buggy Painted Itwtll owl you only IS I wee the tat oJ paints aad varatsfcM Rod gwarsake ay work to be firstclaw Wall at shop M Sow eraet itrattt sad see ipeetn M ot mj work Howe palatlBg sad paper and awtactoHiy JrHKLOKxT To Wheat Raisers I We will IeIn our wa reboot cad teTa tor also baodl aid tub pnper Clare of our wheat FURS OF OUAXiQIf Cetll Dec 1 1MI We farther aree to my for MM MMB dnUrered p o R at More Stagtend front the ooarata on me Chants of CUndanmtt u D U UPI3 A SON llMtoortll Seashore OutingV- ia CO ROUTE Atlantic City- Thursday Aug 4 Through Washington Baltimore Phil adolphia Stopover privilgcs returning i4 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling and Morehead Good returning until Aug 15 inclusive Through trains without change Engage sleeping car spice now Inquire of your agent for full particulars or write H W Fuller G P A Wellington D n O W Barney D P A Lexington Ky NOTICETO PUBLIC At home once more I want to say to my many friends and to the public that I have soma to stay I have bought the J II- Cartermillin Stanford Ky known as the Farmers Roller Mills 1 did my first milling here in 1672 and I am here to stay I will say to my friends and tho public that I will 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 put the mill in firstclass shape and will insure you fustclass lour and meal for your grain and will also say to any one who 1earsflourand are now as well prepared to take care of your grain as any Slate and will do it We will be making meal by he first ot next week but will not be able to make flour for about two weeks Ve 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 to say to the public and my friends generally hat Mr S R Walls s my partner in his business and is an honorable gentle- nan I an j we will treat you just and right In The style ol the firm is D VKennedy ft Co Stanford Ky Respectfully yours D V KENNEDY k CO July path 1904 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 4 CAPITAL STOCK 980000 r Directors i B Paitoo J B Owsloy S U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter 3 II Foster It 0 Goocli W U Oummlni RrlghtR vr II Shanks Baeceison to Th Farmers Dank A Trust Company and under same management for SB years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50OOQj This Institution was originally eitabllihed as the Deposit Dank of Stanford la 1151 then reorganised ai the National Hank of Stanford 1I3 and again reorganised as the First National Baik of Stanford In J88J having had practically an uninterrupted existence tot n roars It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact ing business proaptty and well than ever befora In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Is a Gal PENNYS DRUG STORE in I Ky business Offl toTr Ovslej UoUds WilliamsT All work guaranteed- and ron sonblo- Hustonvllle AT FOR I Having decided to quit the buggy busi ness 111111 sell for the next to days at cost for cash a car load of Surrey Ihaetons and also a lot of Harness They are all the latest style and best make Part of the vehicles are rubber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OITRTIS COVER Ky AdministratorsSept 8 1001 As of the estate of J V Coffey deceased I will otTer for sale and with the consent of Joseph Ooffey their en tire farm of 300 acres of as good land as Is In the with residence and all uceee sary 3 good barns 2 or them very large good fencing plenty or stock water In grass except about M acres The farm lays well on the and Danville pike In good and In ono mile of depot on 0 not sold before the Stb of will then be sold to the highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal of hay oft of 83 acres millet seed off of 61 acres v neat off of 50 acres corn off of It acres agood work mules 1 mule 2 brood mare 13 cattle 1 binder 2 mowing machines 1 dIsc harrow as good as new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn planter 3 Oliver Ohlll plows No 201 corn er 2 A harrows 1 hay baler In order 3 two horse wagons S hay frames onehalf Inter est In 0 acres of tobacco DO to 100 bushels oforchard grass seed 16000 tobacco sticks some old corn 1 butgy and harness 1 sad die bridle and blanket 230 locust posts for wire fence 100 white oak poits for pot rull fence SO loount posts for post rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 old watch 1 sil ver watch 1 farm roller 33 heap brakes 3 cultivators 2 double shovel plows Any one deslrlcg to leo the place can call on me or Joseph Ooffey on the place and wo will show them with Bale will begin at 0 oclock sharp Also have 17 shares of turn pike stock In the fi Liberty Ui shares of stock the Mid dlcburg Cemetery farm will be sold for one W A CorFu Admr Officers B n SHANKS PresidentS yeB OWBLEV JJ Oashlif 1wt J S HOOKER Prest ST lUnuis V 1res J J Chr W U WEAUENAistOhr Directors P Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner M D mere Stanford S H Stanford T P11111 Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J H Ilaughman Stanford J M Veltus Stanford Ed Garter Stanford PENNYS Ice Pure Cold Good Ice Cream 110 Ion I Stanford C McCormack Dealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce R McCormack Hustonville 1 Zs PRICE Surgeon Dontiut Stanford continuously Soda C MclioUrliDmi isIke Dr OS DENTIST Kentucky IUGGIES COST Kuggloa Iluakboards OrabUrehnrd Sale administrator outbuildings Huajlouvllle neighborhood September property consisting yearling yearling pleasure Mlddleburg Turnpike TstutsfThe yeantimeTouENULUHAnc Officers MoIlonEUTS McKlnney Ilanghman Cream Water and and CASH i WANTED I I weal to rent areAy goe4 blaekseaitk shop lu a foot baa or eke M one All fUln4f or ke 9tlsf otloB enaran tINS Address A U lies II etaa e futtf Ky Season of 1004 Crab Orchard Springs Kentuckys Most Delightful Summer Assert Four Hotels Capacity 100 Guests Famous CrnbOrchurd Spring As the heated term approaches the thought arises where shall i PO to seek rest and quiet and and pleasant days and cool nights This can bo easily answered Orab Orchard Springs for nearly a century has proven a model Summer resort and this season promise to be tbe Wit In lUhlstorv There health and happluea can always fe found The days are never oppressively warm while the nights are delightfully pleasant from June till October The fam ous Orchard water from which Is Chalybealesprings close to the Springs Hotel A new KiMom Well has been opened and the use of the Salt Sulphur Well at depot has been se cured The TableNeither money nor pain will be spared to make the table the best to ho lq poultry pasiod anywhere Improvements The Springs buildings have nil been 1m while paint and paper havo been liberally used The grounds lire In the very pink of condition and present a scene lovely to behold just now All of the walks have beed rcgruvolled Also b complete job of about completed from top to bottomSociety and Amuaementtt Orab Orchard Springs has long been noted for the homelike feeling that pervades tbe entire place The ceremonial edicts of fashionable homo life aro laid aside while each Individual promotes his or her own happinos contributing to the happlnois of others Rates The rates url very low considering the excellency ot the service 1or8 to f10 per week delightful rooms and splendid fare can be obtained Season Opened June 1 The season opened Juno 1st and Ml dur ing the Summon a splendid band of music will be In attendance For further particulars addrcss J B WILLIS Manager Crab Orchard Ky n