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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o 1 T SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALJ r I 4 VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 26 1904 SAM NO 43 1 A View of Grand Old Crab Orchard Springs Whore Somo 150 t 1 Guests are Luxuriating Program of Crab Orchard Fair Which Begins Tomorrow eYWednesday 1 Bet lack colt UBdtr OH year old 1 Jack 1 year old and under two 3 Jack 2 year old airtl Mr tbrtt 4 Jaok 3 tar oM Bad over 6 Jnok any age age oooeUUrid k e IrtUlwt baby under OM your old 7 Oteiteman rider tI Lady rider IH Suokllar oolt either MX by OtM let Jewell- V Saddle colt nadtr 1 year old t 10 Saddle colt or eeldlar 2 year 01I Rod oeder three 11 Saddle ware or aeWUf ream oldt sod ueder 4 12 Saddle iUlltoBaiy axe s 13 ltoadur mere tr eeldlep t 14 300 trot rile Mate 3 In 5 1 18 KunBlag raee4 dub for bItatroldII 1A 300 pact mile bean 3 la 5 11 Mate room 1 Mile dub WOMD DAY 18 Suckling male elUtertexI- V a Mile oee year old cud eeder 2 20 Melt 2 yen oid sad 3 21 Male 3 yean old Gad over 214 PretUeel little rise Irene 3 to 6I year oldItt Pair nareraelei aireeoBiWered 23 Pair here mule cgs eoaitdered 24 naraeu SOIL Biler 1 year old elth er sex 2t Rarntts com 8 vear old zed coder 3 either sex 26 Darnel mare or gelding 8 yean old end wader 4 I 27 Qarnats ttallloa t years old cud eder4 flit Saddle mare ar eeldle acy ape 2Y Saddle stallion aey afe 30 Doable tam for baraeH purpose 31 RoaAsttr aullloa 32 25 trot tulle heal 3 la ft 33 Ruaele pals mile teb a rear old sad op 34 220 Plot mile bate 3 In ft 15 RuanlQf nee for till boreee t tulle beak 3 la 6 THIRD DAY ttt CMKIUK oolt either eexby Pena l3s Poey aader 14 beads to be ebowa t la bareeM 3a Combined mare or feldlac 37 Saddle stallion 4 years or over 38 Saddle mare 4 years or over 39 Walklait mare or coUUg 40 Hlghiobool mere or coMlac 41 Faaey turnout shown by lady and Contleraan 42 Ilarnoii mare or gelding any age 43 Ueaditor double team 4i Running race t boats 2 la 3 for 3year old and up 46 240 trot mile boat 3 Ins 40 Running race Frank Fehr stake U mile dash for Jyr olds and up 4V Mule race i mile beat 2 In 3 Kentucky Fan Dates Tbe following are tub dates Oxed for holding the Kentucky faire for 1001 ai b far as reported Crab Orchard July 2Tlt days Danville August 33 dare Harrodsburc August IJa days LawrencoburB August 104 days Liberty Aug 17 18 10 Drodhoad Aug 17 18 10- SbepherdsvllJe Aug 284 days ShelbyvHle Aug 384 days ft Sprlngfleld Aug 511 days Somerset Aug304 day Nioholasvllle Aug 303 days c Florence Aug 314 dave Glasgow Aug 314 dave Elliabetbtown Sept 04 day Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 00 days Falmoutb Sept 28I days The National commission In n t Ungthy letter tolresldcnt Francis of the St Louts Exposition expresses the opinion that the Fair attendance Is not what It should be and ventures the statement that this condition Is brought about by the Ignorance or the maaaea concerning the wonders value and beauties ot the great exhibit It lUg t that b a view moret0wloolybexhtended to a pub Unity In behalf ot the exposition When bilious take Chamberlains Htomach and Liver Tablets For Sale by all druggists In Bryans State OMAHA KKII July21t I arrived at Boaettele at 6 A M Jolt 18lb was registered for the laud drawing at tlo and at 11 A M was oa mr way to Omaha Nell There were no lees than 6900 people rettlttered at BooesMlo that day The doable llee wa at least SIlO yards beg rata 1 A M aatll a Ute hoar la tbe evealag There were three other plas ee of registration la addltloe I thlak bat 100000 will be a low estimate ef the number of people that will be rer letered lor tbe drawlat which ooa meaoee oa tbe tsb I wns surprised when I taw the good quality of the load At present the rtololty outside tbe reservation pro seals a beaatllal zed preeperoo op pearaeeje with IM jrrewlag eoraat aed what leWii net a few wheat gronlog the height of Ii feet The rasarva Mae twill is bMettfal with Ito brfcai gras aSvwad ranges aid will n04mm be a foperoee Mctloa le 11 tow year TM OfclotffQ aad RorUsw atern rail way tatead extsMdlar ttaelr Mae from Boa sls is tbroaiib she reeervattoe The O AK W hoe aa extesntUj bailaeM aed ft hanllotf for more Tbjp doebteuraek roadbed ninnlog from Chleaco to Umtba Is the Onest lover MW Their passenger equipment Is roodera and up to date and their ser vise from Chicago westward Is unsar pitied and II operated by an excellent Intelligent buslneiillke body of train men as good as I have ever seen In the employ of one company I advise anyone polog West via Chleago and Omaha Dot ta miss tbe C k N W Oraaba the growing metropolis of the Middle Nat Is worth a visit as It INTOMOM many novel sights to the nit era eye such as yoaoe ladles galloping sbresgh tit strata rldlac like mea aetrlde cud oa cowboy saddle The Wee le well supplied with ao commadatlooe as there are ao low thee leer Orat class bowls half a doiea see oed and maay laferlor claw hotels Crow ceueally are looking excel loot thswRb tbe middle Wet 1 ear er taw suob a earn pros peet as Is pre seated la oroMtec aortbere Illlaoltaad S atbera Iowa A follow home seek er ea route trout Galeago was Mr Oeo- Passersoi1 R K agent at Laaeniter He lads eamplar oa the reservation with some other Keaiuoklaas uatll af ter the drawing I think my obanoes to draw a prlae are very slim but as I am enjoying a vacation I will remain here until It Is settled who are the luoky ones With bet wishes to the homo guarde of Stanford and Lincoln county Sincerely yours WM P DAHST When I Was file Fair Her Jaws In rapid motion Entertained a great big crowd And the ladle speechless listened To her voice so thill and loud But she fainted end tell over And all bou ed1I00ve her air Or shed died Just after saying When I wus at the Fair II When she will meet St Peter M the pearly gate up there She will open conversation With When I was at tho Fair lie will motion with bis finger- Like a much diguted mea To that place of warm receptions Where shell want a palmleaf fan When she roaches Satan hoihouse She will greet him then and there Bo will only wait to hear her say When I was at the Fair He will throw his dnor wide open And her form Into It chuck Then hell shut the door behind her Saying one more from Kentucky WILL s nAYS No Pity Shown IFor years fate was after me continu ously writes F A Qulledge Verbena Ala I hall a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed IkicUluns Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for liuins and all adhca and pains Only 25c at 1cnnys Drug- Store NEWS NOTES R A Carey city martial of Burks Yllle is dead The attendance at the St Louis exposition during the past week was 612 110 The strike of transfer driver In New York was declared off pending arbitra Lion It Is reported that tho Europeans In New Obwang havo been warned to leaveB Clay Elliot a promlnantoltlzenof Beuderton Is dead at tbe age of 79 years M M Ford a Confederate veteran was struok and killed by a street ear at Paduoab Davis larblioa one ot Shelby oqun tys oldest nod beet nice Is dead avrthe age of 01 year W- Ihe ooaaty leflrnury at CadlVO was destroyed by are and the Inmates wire saved with difficulty Re 4ia It Is stated has Instructed her orulten la the Red sea not to seize any more merehaat v ails Judge Baraam granted a writ of error Is tbe James Howard ease and it wilt be taken to tbe Federal Ooarts- MM Asa Gary of Lelscb6eldwho Is W years old has nice tone 74 graad children aad 120 great rrandeblldree F Augustus Hdot lad bis aeeate are aoouned of lootteg rich ore bodies la Moatnea to the exult ol S6750000 Itch caused a suspeaeloo of opert tloas oa tbe part of both Kusdaai and Japaaese In the vletalty ot Ta Tehe ICIao Claude Neal a LexleRtoa boy applied a matota to a bandage saturated with oil aid his foot was burned to 1 eriep Flue persons were Injured at Boo let Tics by ah explosion of dyat team which was placed oo a street oar track Aa tngered Negro Is reported tobave killed two members of a fitblag party la Olla aad mortally wounded a third Tbe Japaoese goverameet has oeD traeted with a Joplln Mo Ire for 1 000 toss ot spelter to be aied IB forll leatlons Sir John Simon K C B former president of the Royal College of Sur geons and of the Royal Sotlety In Lon doolsdeadGeorge shot and killed Barney Lancaster and fatally wounded Elmer Woodruff on a mussel shell fleet at Shawneetown III Two more Drab ships were captured In the Red sea by the Uuwlaa volan test floss cud will be taken to a neutral port for pxamlaatloa The dtielt from ibis yeare exhibi tion ot tbe Ohautanqua Assembly at Lexlogioo le tl526tt welch will have to be made good by Kaaraaiore Clarence Wllkeraoa a farmer near LexlaRMn lay all day la the field selaad with violent crampwhilo his family was frantically wtarehlaR for Mm Fred Sommead a Negro confessed that he aetaalted a white girt at Wash logtea led la a few lslt he had been teateaeed and was oa the way to the JelTerten vllle prison Judge Upton Muir of Louisville of Loulsvllla was not drowned at Cape May Death resulted from his neoc belug broken This fact was established aetha result of an autopsy The strike of the textile workers In the Fall River district which went Into effect this morning Involves over 24000 operatives and promises to be a bitter Industrial war The strike was caused by the announcement of a reduction In wages la tbe event that the committee of citizens to whom tbe matter has been referred do not allow former Mayor Duncan of Lexington representation at the examination of the county book be will with an expert conduct an examination of his own J R Neighbors a saloonkeeper at Ellzabethtown assaulted Mr Carrie Naton with a chair as she stood In front of his saloon denouncing the liquor tratllo and those engaged in it She was struck twice once on the head which wound bled profusely and on the shoulder Dispatches from Toklo say that Gen Kurokl after two days hard fighting has occupied Klao Tung Gen Kurokl reports that the Japanese loss was 424 killed and wounded and ho estimates the Russians loss at 1000 Tho Japan ese captured 300 rifles and a number of prisoners What to do Until tho Doctor Arrives If it Is a case of colic or cholera mor bus give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and you will have no need of a doctor For sale by all dtugglsts goinganthe C 0 excur aloe Aug 4th will please send In their names for sleeping car reservation as soon as possible G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky I HUSTONVILLE I Make It a point to return Mrs Chas Wheelers curtain stretchers this week please t Mr and Mrs B A Reese of La- Grange Go are here to atteod the i Crab Orchard fairiR L who recently suffer i ed a third stroke of paralysis Is reported Improved and able to take some I nourishment t Ben McKinley has secured the coo i tract from ABC Dlnwlddle for the i building of his large ivory barn It Is to bo completed as early as possible 0 W Adams has Into moved his new building and Is opening up a Dewi stock of fixtures Be aake atrial of all his old patrons as well as many new i onesAll persona having ololma against the estate of the late Mrs Sallle A Goods are notified to present same i properly proven for settlement to J P i Good administrator- J j D Myers has elated a contract with Charles Wheeler for building a two story oottage on the lot of tbe late Dr Brown This building will be a model of convenience and beauty j Oreat Interest being manifested In i the meeting held at the Baptist church by Rev Buey of Stanford There have been several addition and tbe meeting bide fair to continue through the week Newton Bros have closed a contract with Stone Allraan for building their brick hotel the Newtonian and the work will begin at once The build lag will be ready for oeeapanoy ere the snow flies again- Bustonvllles ball team crossed bats with Harrodtbarg bere Saturday re salting la a score of 16 to 3 In favor of I our boys Batteries Yowell and Dish op for Qaswnvllle Rupley Casey and Watkins for Harrodslmre I have for sale unquestionably the hat farm le Uarrard county Ky con tatelag 217 acres and located In the worlds famous hemp growing belt at Camp Dick Robinson Flee Improve ments Ideal locality and the price and terms right It will not want for buy ers W R Williams Tho many friends of Miss Nellie Quick the sweet voiced soprano of Anderson lad who sang at the Chris llau church protracted meeting hero last summer will regret to learn that she Is suffering from a broken arm While out driving near her home In crossing a bridge that was out of re pair tbe horse vehicle and occupants were precipitated Into tbe river below kllllni the horse and bruaktatrlhe armor MIN Quick who was drowning when rescued for work for the cause of tits Master was not finished and fe put forth Die bud aDd saved Bis dhtld Mlse Virginia Taylor of Danville was with friends here Miss Lucille Cooper of Stanford Is the pleasant guest of Mica Melle Hopper Mrs Dud lev Bowman of Danville has been vie Itlag here Misses Ann and ZJI Elite of Stanford are enjoying a stay with their aunt Mrs Susan Wright Misses listen Dunlapand Grace Redman of Wlltlamstowo are the guests of Slice Katharine Ball Misses Carrie Colley and Llulo Beck of McKlnney were here shopping Miss Pearl Plnkorton Is tho guest of friends hero Miss Frankie Kauffman of Garrard Is with relatives for a short while To The Voters or aFifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of tbe democratic party As circuit judge it became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which kayo become a part of tho States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe tho Statutes adopt ed to put in force the provisions of the now constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a 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 franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under suchtrying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure tbo high position and ofllce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thinu that ever was made is Dr Kings Now Life Tills These pills change weak ness into strength listlessness Into ener gy brain fag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by G L Peony Rev E O Weavers home at Rich mead burned Mr Weaver in bis frantic efiorta to put out the blaze was horribly burned and disfigured Ik Question Of The Hour In how to keep dressed and olnt the same time Our Homespun Suits answer it Just enough stiffening in tho shoulders to hold the coat in shapenote- nough to lot you know Stia there Goad looks and lasting senico 85O to 1650 etrexs- T 0 mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from firHe HIGGiNS STANFORD KY 3 L Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Hare Steward porter PumpsPumpsI that ever was Pumped and if they dont Pump where IPali theywill Pump I will not Pump any money out ot the bot tom of your pocket I sell Pumps from 2 to SiO and from 2 to 200 feet deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS needs no introduction TIlE RED JACKET PUMP is Ho asy to fix You can replaco the valves without removing Pump from well with nothing but n monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work done on short uottco and satisfac dot guaranteed Phone 110 5 H ALDRIDCE Depot Street Stanford Ky Druggist Confidence IConfidcncc110 fear of mistakesis what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS ands PURE MATE RIALS 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 Tho utmost care in every department the best service and the best merchandiseais out constant aim Dr W N CraigPharmacist 1 Stanford Kentucky GOTO W B McRobertsDRUGGIST FOR ill LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED I LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS 1n READY MIXED PAINTS 0 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNA E C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET For rresidrnt A L TON BROOKS PARKER qf New York For Viet PrwdflK- IHHfRVa DAVIS of hoot r vinte TUB democrats of this Appellate Die trlct flhoaldbear In mind that mass convantloos will be bald at the county teats of tha couottea ocniprlele tbr district on Tuetday next AUIf 2 to appoint delegates to thedlelrlct con ventlon which will be held at Lexington on Thursday AUjf 4t1 to oocnl nate a candidate for judge of the oour of appeals Remember the tltne Tuei day August 2nd at 1 oclock r M at the court house Also bear in mind that our distinguished oountyman Judge M C Saufley Is a candidate for the nomination for that high office life qualifications are known to every man woman and child In the district Talk for him work for him vote for him and we will have a judge on the highest bench of the State that we will all have reason to be proud of FROM every section of the country comes the universal admission that the national democracy is rapidly gaining In strength and thousands are flocking to the Parker and Davis bander Many political changes have been made since 1892 when the democracy mad Its last successful fight and as these changes have been made toward the democracy and not against It any can did observer of current public opinion will be compelled to admit that there it such a strong chance for the demo cratic party that Is well worth fighting for with all the zeal determination and sound effort ot which the organ zation is capable IT begins to look like the republl cans regard Massachusetts as a doubt ful State Senator Lodge has refused many Invitations to speak elsewhere but feels it his duty to devote his en tire time to the State where in spite or his defeat of reciprocity in the State convention 35000 business men and firms of the State have signed a memo rial for a continuance of the agitation and procured a mass meeting In Fan eull Hall to promote it It looks as though the Senator recognizes the tact that it would keep him busy from now until November to make his State stand pat WE have just read the reply of Judge Louis McQuown of Bowling Green to the miserable pack of fabrications writ ten by one Samuel Bopklpe Adams and printed in McClure Magazine con oernlng the Caleb Powers trial It Is a complete refutation of the many false charges Mr Adams sees fit to make against the judges and juries that tried Powers and la an able and manly statement of the facts of the three trials from start to finish W J BRYAN has madepublic his plan for the reformation of the demo cratic party Ho advocates State own ership of railroads government control of telegraphs the abolition of pri vato monopoly the Income tax and the election of Federal judges by the peo pie says a dispatch A better way It seems to us would be to elect Parker and Davis Suppose we try that meth od any way theentries so far In the presidential derby Democratic Parker and Davis republican Roose velt and Fairbanks populist Watson and Tibbies prohibitionist Swallow and Carroll socialist Debs and Han ford socialist labor Corregan and Cox Negro liberty Scott and Payne The first will be first the rest nowhere The also rans will be numerous thla year CARRIE NATION Is an aggravating old creature we Imagine unworthy of much of the respect due her sex but that does not give any man the right to strike That she has been struck twice In a week In Kentucky and presumably by Kentuckians does not speak well for the chivalry of the State GALES POWERS the thriceconvicted assassin of Goy Goebel sends us a pic ture of himself for publication We will use it when the mandate of the law la carried out which we think will not be long now- CHURCH MATTERS Rev Gilbert Glass will preach at the Baptist church Sunday night There will be a childrens service at the Baptist church Sunday morning Eld JG Livingston will preach at Whites Chapel next Sundayat 11 A M and at Watts Chapel at night The Rev David MoKlnney of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Cln cinnati from the pulpit denounced the tecent Elks reunion as the most dls graceful affair he ever heard of decent and respectable people allowing f POLITICAL The Now York Herajd will support Judge Parker for President Shelby democrats will name county officers by a primary Nov 12 It looks like Taggart will be made chairman of the National Committee Judge Parker has fixed August 10 as the date for his formal notification II Hon H G Davis nominee for vice president will ba notified of his noml nation at White Sulphur Springs W Va A friend of Tom Watson says he dote not believe the Georgian will accept the populist nomination for prtsl dentThe prohibition nominees for pros l dent sad vice president hays been formally notified of their nomination at Indianapolis Judge James O Sims of Bowlloi Green who left the dtmetratle party la 1890 Is bank to stay nail will speak for Parker and Davis Judge Alton B Parker will Include Louisville in the oltlas be will visit should he dtalde to leave his home at Esopna during the presidential campaign GOY Beckham has announced the ap polntment of Mr Malcom H Yeaman of Henderson as superintendent of the Central Asylum for the Insane at Lake land to succeed Dr J G Furnish re signedHenry L Stone will decline to be a member ot the State Election Commis sion to which he was elected by the Re publican State Central Committee He believes that his position as City Attorney would prevent him from holding a position on thecotnmlssion The Missouri convention at Jefferson City adjourned after naming a State ticket headed by Joseph W Folk for governor and adopting a platform In doming the national declaration of principles recently made In St Louis Mr Folk foible speech of acceptance said that the battle hgalnst boodles was just begun and that If elected he would make Missouri the most un healthy place In all the land for cor ruptionists The republican State central com mittee chose Thomas Walker Jr ol Lexington as secretary ot the State central and campaign committees R P Ernst was named as chairman of the campaign committee and G W Long C C Mengel Sam J Robertand John C Wood were made the other memo bers The committee decided the two contests from the 11th district In favor of the Hunter men Mr Ernst Is also chairmen of the State central commit teeThat It costs money to make a race for the presidential nomination Wm R Hearst will realize when he receives his bill from the Jefferson Hotel In a day or two Mr Hearst engaged two floors and a half at this hotel for which he must pay 810000 The rooms were occupied by his managers and friendly delegations for five days which makes the cost something over 83000 a day Mr Hearst received about 200 votes in the convention His total campaign Is said to have cost about 1300000 St Louis Globe Democrat LANCASTER Fleece Robinson sold to Charles Rat ley of Lexington a bay saddle gelding for S250 Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained Fri day evening In honor of Misses Mary Hughes and Alice Walker All enjoyed the hostess hospitality Miss Lena Rlgney has as her guest Miss Mary Haggard of Winchester Clay Green and Charles Dickerson both colored were arrested by U S Marshal Burnside on the charge ot soiling liquor without license They were taken to Danville for trial and re leased on 81000 bond each A brewery Is being built just outside the city limits on the Buckeye road Many Lancaster citizens have serious objections to this but under the law beer can be delivered In town provided It Is sold In no less quantities than one case of three dozen bottles at a Limo Miss Louise Farris has returned from a visit to friends In Cynthlana Mr and Mrs Hubbard of Newport are the guests of Mrs John Stormes Miss Mary Hughes of Nlcbolaavlllo la the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Miss Jessie Doty entertained Thursday eve nlng in honor of Misses Alice Walker of North Carolina and Gertrude Noel of Danville The house and yard were beautifully decorated and at the prop er hour delicious refreshments were served About 30 couples enjoyed the evening To the Worlds Fair via Queen dt Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For information address W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington KyAn analysis by the State Pure Food chemist shows that the wine drunk by an aristocratic congregation In Lexington was grossly adulterated and contained nearly everything except garpeC Hagans store atParksvlllewas robbed of a lot of clothing a few nights ago Mao cattle In Texas are dying from root ant mouth disease IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs P A Nark one of Danvlllo1 moat estimable women Is dead Brakemtn Hearst was run over and killed by a freight at East Bornstadt I Lafayette Burt has beau postmaster at Griffin Wayne countyI Dillard Crutonflold was run over and killed by a freight train at Mlddleibo ro Win HolUolaw stable at Danvlll burned causing a 2400 loss with el 400 iDsarnnot Sevan horses perished It Is believed that the stable was set on Bra Mrs C F Hudson died at her home atar Colombia of consumption aged 42 years She recently returned from New Mexico where she went for she bearOt of her health The RockQBBtlt Development Co was organized Monday George Live toy Sr president Dr A G Level vloe prMidtat Cashier W L Richard treasurer A B FurnUb secretary Dlreoton George Liveaay 8r W L Richards J B Llvecay Dr A G Lovell of this county and R H Torallcsoo of Lancaster The machinery is nowon the ewttob at this place for putting down an oil well on Mr Llvesaya firm two miles from town Experts claim that this county la In the oil belt and If such be the case It will soon be known positively for the work Is on In earnest Mt Vernon Signal One Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets- I have I believe told M boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lots on the recommendation of one lady hero who first bought a box of them about a year ago She never Urea of telling her neighbors and friends abou the good qualities of those Tableul 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 A priest and two eo arena are report ed to have been killed and three obap ole burned In China If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial FOR SALEI Ten acres of land a twoitory front seven room cottage The house Is new A s len did garden and orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good crusher anf the powerIsa splendid business Everything Is In good repair and bas all necosiaty ontbulldlngs Tho owners only reason selling Is the rush of other buitness as be has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the Uanglng Fork about 4 miles from Btanfoid and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars address BO Thurmond Lytle or L R Ilcaiirj Stanford Ky THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of viz Agricultural hor ticultural chemical biological mathemat ical physical normal school classical mechanicalengineering electrical en gineering 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 torsCounty appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain to months traveling ex penses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The legislature appropriated 860000 for a college home for young woman and 30 000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and in use tactics and science sre fully provided for as required by congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply Last year the matricula tion was 750- Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy en gineering and instruction in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of college is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university workThe completion of the college home for young women provides facilities for good board and lodging It is equipped with all modern conveniences including bath rooms and room for physical culture It Is heated by steam and lighted by elecric ityAn opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough in classics modern languages literature science math ematics logic metaphysics history and political economy No other institution- In the state offers advantages for education- of women at all comparable to those offered by the State College cf Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D LL D Or D C FRAZEE Bus Agt Lexington KyFall Term Begins Sept 5 1904 NOTICE I am now ready to handle batter In any quantltv Will pay oath or goods for an bind f produce at market price flees bent In goods must hie paid for bo tore Umvlng the IKMMO Wi IIUADSUAW Turnersvllle Farm For Sale Onaoeountof inboalth I desire to sell prlvMely mr term at 170 acres located II- Iidge of Iluitourllle Uood Iroprovoottni frodt Mrer falling water Will Mil at whole or divide small hOMe of lower part U 11 HAnNRTT II 11011 viII Ky Dripping Springs Spoors Flehor Mgr pln4k1tablecoMtry Write torpartleuers PoetoMoe Urtpplg prlae Ky THE Joseph Price InfirmaryI- s open all tbe year for the treUee t of mrttenl and chronic diseases cad tor one snlt Won Board and nursing shall be cash In T nnee weekly and monthly PrfetloniVMlU Sue when services are rendered and must N paid promptly R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Kv Office In Myers Home Parlor Phone III EDD PeytonC DKALKU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my lilt I feel oonfldent in saying I lepretant one of the brat tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking mtMUrM and ultvctuna I give your clothes are bound to bo satisfactory ai pay many patrons in this line will bear me prices are the same as Inex perienced men who arc in tbe bnnncM I alto have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank ing you for past favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage ls solicited Hones on commission Stock Pens In Connecti- onPOSTED I We whose name appear below strictly forbid bunting Billing or any kind of tree pasting on our places and will proteaute violators to the full extent of the J Z Bpoonaraore TI Holmes 1110 J B CamenUcb Peter Balmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Givens David Stephens James M White and wife Carson II P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welsh R A Lawrence Frank Cordler Mrs A D Hoot Sam F Reynolds Morgan Humphrey O T Charles Ensslln J H MoAlltter Stanford Granite Marble Co I INCOItPOHATBD Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers tablets etc from our own Lincoln county stone recent ly discovered the analysis of which proves It to be of tbe finest quality This stone la- In several colors We can furnish stand ard material from any other quarries In the world Phone main office 06 J H Moons pres Stanford Ky or T J Toter branch ofllce McKinney K- yCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Jane O Bucbanan Admr c Plaintiffs TS Mrs Louts Ulshon c Defendants Notice of Sal- eIertuanttaa Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered In above styled action at Its June term 1D01 the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court will on Monday August Itb 1001 about 1 r sI offer for sale In front of the court houHe highestandrboetbidder public outcry to the the following reel property situa ted In county Ky on the waters of Dlx river towlti A tract of land on which the defendant Mrs Louts Dlihon now lives bounded on the North by tho James Mill property on the East by the lands of the estate on the South by the Buchanan estate and on tho West by JW James containing 38 nero of land I together with a passway over Buchanan land out to public highway the passway to bean open one with Rates wherever It crosses a fence The amounts necessary to be realized from this sale aro Interest at 6 from 180 s- isussts2opercent 10 MarchMarch 10th 21Isleto be paid to among theremain g dieaaantetthelrcoste of this action to be paid Sot- TzausCredit of six months the purchaser being requite to give bond with approved security to sloner ea toreUrom date 0OleO B lAUloLEY M O L OranU Leader The closing out sale to quit busi ness is going on Great crowds are buying the many 6ARGAI NSHwe are offering Get in the push and save MONEY Remember its COST and BELOW COST for you OW8LKV JttorK WATtll OtTK AM el THE GRAND LEADER M B Lo y O Co S B Levy PENNYS Ice Cream Soda Water Is Pure Cold and Good Ice Cream 110 a Gallon PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy 1annand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central KentuckyC Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON 1 e Lexington Ky 1 TRY A PAIR OF OUR I SHEARSAnd if not satislnctory return thorn and got another pair or YOUH MONEY Wo havo right anti loll hand Scissors Embroidery Buttonhole Ovalor tquaro edge Shears tho largest assortment over in town Call and see them GEORGE H FARRIS a COtStanford Kentucky We Still Have In Stock I A Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very low prices I WeE Perkins Crab Orchard Ky I Stanford Male And Female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 I oxperlonaedpoint of view of the practical and that which leads to tie highest degree of general cul ture We earnestly solicit the coopnatlon of all who are Interested in educational work OSCAR B FALLIB pit D Principal On the Remnant Counter rbis eek1 I I Short 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 good material Look at the 100 Moire Silk for 59c for Petticoats We make these conces sions In PRICES in order to CLEAN UP all short lengths Come at ONCE to secure the BEST a 4 SEVERAJfCE SON STANFORP THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 2Ii 1004 Our supply of Bobool Book am now In and wo ere able to furnish you with all books used In Llnooln iro TDO same books used laitjresr will be UledWI thh Leer Store Stanford Ky PEnSO LSIIMlt cI tICK li quite iUk- MI86 MINNIK STKAUH U at Dripping SprtoRi r f MRS StMRH of DanvlIU U with MM Annie Uoltselaw- MIM UKRTA JKAN Iwwr vlilted MM 8 M Logan at Wilmore MIM KAY SALLHH of DarreUiburc li the Miss Anna Cook Mn JOHN IJOWNHR and tamely spent a part of last week In Cincinnati sins UKKMDICT SPALOIMU of Laos MM U with her father 001 T P Hill MH8 D 0 RCPMBV li bask fraw a ttolt to Mn R R HwrtetB In Ma Artaa 0 D Owmu wet cad baby of ol tiWMritt Kara beta with rtlUvw t may DR AMP Mm N H McKiKHBT of- Canute are wtife LIIe family of Mr W M Origin MR AMP M Kfl It P trtrniiHS eu Danville era with Mr end Mn E L t Rtloheart MISS PitANcua ADAMS of Huiton tme opened tabool near Pfeaoberi yesterday Mn Lmvis Y LxAYELL one of ton casters most prominent altlient U dancerouilv 111 Mns Vertsn STiiAtm sod Messes Dora Slraub and Sadie Stacn are at DrlDplng Sprloee- MR GBO A MotlOliBRTS who IdoJ Ing well In Colnglon was here with his brotber Friday MRS BOWMAN SMITH and inn of Cumberland Gap Toon are with her parents In the MoKlnney teellonM- KSDAMHS SAMOBL DABTIN and P H Wtlllami of East BerokUdt are with the family of Mr J D Baitln MRS IATTBRBOK UNDERWOOD and danchtor of the UedBorllle section leave today for the Worlds Fair at BU Louts Mns PEEiiLBa and daughter MilI R J Peebles of Birmingham Ala are the guests of MI M Uarmon In the Wet End MR FRANK LEE the gentlemanly y hir1IIpentmother at Midway Mn G BARNES WKAKBN will be one of the ticket toiler at the Crab Orchard fair which bcRlni tomorrow He will make a Rood one J T BARNETT who le at the beadI of a carpenter crew now at work aI Jackaboro Tenn spent a few dayI with his parent at Rowland auRRRT W REYNOLDS and cousins Misses Lora and Mary Reynolds Moreland are vlilllnir friend and relatives in Jeiiamlno and Madison WILL noilER of LouliTlllc U with his parents Mr and Mn George DI Hopper Ho and hU brother W O Hopper spent last week at the Worlds Fair MRS A O DUNN Nancy Leo and I Charley Dunn loft Saturday for the Worlds Fair They will visit relative in Kansas City and Oklahoma before returning JESsE D WEAREN the clever Incur anon agent of Stanford was in town Tuesday ReY0eo0 Brne Ken tucky1 ramous evangelist le holding forth heroCasoy County New f MR C LESLIE CARTER who le rep resenting a harvester company writes for the I J to be sent him at Redwood Falls Minn Ho says the climate there Is fine and that crops are excellent MISS RomilELVTLE PENNY gave a- very pretty porch party In honor of of Stanford The Miss Marie Mahony t spacious porch of her handsome homo decorated with ferns was attractively nasturtiums The hoe sweet peas and tOIl was Minted in entertaining by Misses Mabel Taylor and Emily Letch or The frappo table was presIded over by Miss Mary Cooper Foland of ti Stanford and delightful refreshments were served The guests from a dU tancO ware Mlw Katherine Bowman of SprlnRUeld Mo Mla Louise McEI roy of Lebanon Mrs Julia Dunn of Mexico City and Mr Benjamin Gargle a of Kansas CltyAdvocato I J B N allS weal op to Lt rRBton yesterday Miss JKNNIK WAHRBM visited rob lives In Lancaster MUll LENA Joni of Midway II with MH tennis Good MR WM MADDOX of Shelby II with Rv J W Hnijln- MR U D BKIOHT of Wilton 1181 the homefollct here MRS KD PEYTON Is visiting Mrs S W Givens at Mlddloiboro- MR S II DAcamIAN went to Lw yesterday on business MRS MARIA CONNHK who has been quite elok Is somewhat Improved MIBBKH BBULAII AND LOTTIE OAR SON are with Crab Orchard friend lION H D GRHOORY of Covln lon has Joined his wife and obltdren here MR AND MRS W P REYNOLDS of the Bnbaik Mtlon wire here yeiter dayMR GBO BROWX of Waynetvllle III Is with his brother Mr S M Brown Miss SALLIM STONB PINKBRTON left Tttterday tar Lexington to make her horn MR J D SWOIR of ha Wt t Bnd ivatp W Crab Ortbard yMMrday to rtooperau Mn S J BMHRY JR nod line MB Robert Woods are at Crab Orofc and Spring Miss OnnnLiA LACKKT went to Dar rodbari rtMMrday to see her little otlce who is quit stall MR T A TIKRNRY has gone to Crab Orchard Springs for a pleaiant rest Lexington Democrat MR WILL SEVBRANCf wife Muse Virginia Bourne Mary Blliabeth Mo Kinney and John Ole Reid left bll mornlnR for the World Fair MR QUINCY SHUMATE of Newburg Tone le vlltlnR his father Mr C Shumate at Paint Lick The latter gentleman is in very feeble health NEWS cornea from Somerset that a little daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs B P Morrow The mother who war Ml Kilo Waddle Is wellknown here LOCALS ROOMS for rent Apply to W N CraigSTim loo cream r upperec Hubble Saturday night was largely attended about 116 was uleared Fort tENT Tbe little toreroom on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky MALINDA WIT Wife of Ed Withers colored offtowland died a- New Cattle Pa She was just maklnR her preparation to return homo LIUERTY The INTERIOR JOURNAL man will be at Liberty court next Mon day AUR 1 Dont fall to hunt him up If you have business with this pa per He will be there the Grit day only rSNOW July Ddl rather improb able but our McKlnney friends tell UI that during a veritable water spout there Friday which did considerable damago tome now flakes and Iota of ball fell TilE Casey County News printed itl second and third pages upside down last Issue Brer Thomas ought not to want his patron to stand on their head and read this hot weather but it seems that be does WE deeply sympathize with our old friend Mr James C Bays of the Eat End In the loss of his daughter Mil Louisa Hays who died of consumption lilt week She was a beautiful girl and had a bright future Quick WORK Thiso01co got out the Liberty lair catalogue of 17 paged In less than two days last week besides doing worlds of other Job work When you want printing done with neatness Bad dUpatoh and at prices a little low or than the other reputable establish menu charge comp to the I J office BEAR that Lincoln county fair at Crab Orchard begins to morrow Wednesday andcontlnuo until Friday afternoon Every thing it in readiness for the bill event and when the bell taps at 0 tomorrow morning the bet lot of horses ever shown in Lincoln county will bo on hand ready to contest for the rich premiums offered Every thing points to a fair and you have pride in your county and Into enterprises not only go yourloll but insist that your neigh ore friends do likewise twit RSMTNw DOUM of save roomOD LuncaiMr tret W D 0 Cannon QOC9B neton Eel Maim SMMI Siaafonl Apply to U U Cooper MN M S BranaugQ RaABYI aID now ready to receive gum at Olympian Springs near Mt Salem at 15 50 per week P M Sim ManageraWB are now receiving our etoak of coal tar winter supply We guarantee prloei quality considered J H Baugbman S Co St T Nsw ARMORY Gen Percy Haly Aijatant General of the State has or- dred a new armory to be built for the Uanvlllo company State rallltia THACIIBR WANTRDA teacher I wanted for Dletriat No 42 near Preaobenvllle Write to or call on J M Cress and D M Anderson trui tees 3s A SMALL orowd attended court at Lanoaitor yesterday aed business JtenI erally was dull Paw cattle chansrrd band aid the horse aid mule narkot was barren of beslaess HOHBKTS Hiram RoU rte aged 3ft died at Gem Salpbur Friday Tbe burial took place at Brodboad Satur day afternoon A wife who In a daugh ter of Rid Stephen Collier survives SOLD OUT11r C R Coleman has told the Manebeiter Coal Co near East Bernttadt to the New Diamond Coal Co He will not be out of tbe coal business long for ho left here on Sundays train for a prospecting tout of the coal land of the State SOME ukess a 700 pound steer on Mr J H McAlleters farm the other day Will Hlatt who looks after Mr MoAlltter Interests says the wound looked as If It had been Indicted with a 38 calibre plttol but he cant believe It was done on purpose Tho farm 1s potted now and no hunting or treipaning of any kind will be lot I orated on It- FURTHER BONOREDMr M F El kin of Lexington but formerly of this place was elected supreme sergeant of the Knight of the Maccabees D P Markoy of Michigan was reelected I supreme commander Mr Elkin le hon ored each year and ere many more annual meetings are held wo expect to hear of his being elected Supreme Commander I PRIMARY OCT IA toted last Issue the committee at Nlcholatvllle de aided to have a primary Oct to settle the nomination for Congress in this district A primary It Just what Hon Harvey Helm wanted and the motion to call one was made by his staunch friend and supporter Bon R W Miller of Richmond The object in put ting It nit ao late was to prevent it con Rioting with the various primaries for county oQlcers that will be held in this I district between now and the Novem ber election For Instance Boyle hat one Aug 27 Madleon Sept 24 and Mercer will more than probably bold ono to settle the nomination for State Senator and It is not Improbable that a primary will be hold In this Senatorial district in the next few months A primary suite Lincoln county entry 0i- lLa and that be will win In it we- save no shadow of doubt AWAKE AT LAST Brer Landram of tho Lancaster Record who has been enjoying a Rip Van Winkle sleep wakes at last and rises to remark while stretching and rubbing his eyes that news sent out from Stanford is generally to old that he didnt think it made much difference to insert an item a full month old in the Central Record concerning on entertainment in Stanford Oh no you dont mean that do you Bonor bright Brer Landram Isnt it a wellknown fact since your election to the high and exalted post Lion of president of the Kentucky Preia IIbumIin your sanctum sanctorum that you elocuUonIyj the bOlt town on earth and that you leeired your people to know It In order that they might become enlightened in LancasterfI ture and hold them as they are now ofII J L Rosa tore at Sbelbv City robbed of a lot ofwhisky and fasI mosey a few nlgtte since THB ladles of the Christian church realized 93542 on their lea cream upper at Wayowburg Saturday night Mr B D Caldwell writes us TUB hearty welcome given Hon Harvey Helm at Laneaiter yesterday proved to us that Oarrard Is largely for him for Congress and we expect a good majority from that county Oat 1 RIUSUY Mrs Lucy Riyeby wife of Per Rlgsby died at her home near Brodbad She bad been a patient sue fcrer from consumption for some time The husband and four small children are loft to mourn the loss of a kind and loving wife and mother MR 1ImoYOUNG solar tamed in honor ot Mrs Youngs sister Miss Mayme Phillips of Montlcello Simon Wesley our popular county alerk has returned home from a two and one half months stay In New Mex ico muob Improved In every way ex cept complexion which Is very badly tanned on being exposed to the sunshine of that climate Liberty News FAIREST KIND OFFER I If rrUona Does Not Cure spepsia Get Your DYI Back at Pennys You run no risk whatever in purchas- Ing Ml o na Natures cure for dyspepsia UAIUVTEE I hereby agree to refund the money paid for Miona on re turn of the empty boxes If the purchaser tells me that it has cure dyspepsia or stom ach troubles This guarantee covon two 60c boxes or a months treatment G L Penny Take Miona for a month a 5Cc box contains two weeks treatment and it it does not help you bring back the empty boxes to Penny and he will return your money in accordance wl h the guarantee FOR FANCY GROCERIES I Cundlen Fruits Etc call on E B Payne Crab Orchard Ky Curdy made dally Ice and freth moats- aiwaye on han- dSAVE MONEY l I Dy buying coal early We have suet re served U ClAra coal and will sell at a reduced price of from 3 to 3 cent on bushel choajer than In 60 day from above data KINO t OOX Moreland Ky UMBRELLAS I Recovered and repaired and made almost ai good ai new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for len money Give me a trial FRANK ATKIHS Stanford jniawau saloon COOD sit RICE Prors Flne t wines whisky and been Special wholesale dealers Lexlngton1 famou Blue nrsss Beer Case keg and bottled O Brent Southnood mixer Phone 88 Stan ford K- yThe New Mason Hotel RATES 300 PER DAY Lancaster Ky IWm SHUOABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Retullsbd anJ under tntln New ManaelD- ntI th favorite porter meets all trains Urge Welllighted Sample Room C58 LGXIDGTOn D8mOClRftC IB the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It l cpeclally devoted to the interests of 3the Democratic party nnd give all tho new without fear or favor W P Walton Editor 8 Pror fLexlniton Ky J I IrJ BEFORE YOU GO TO Tit FAIR Let Us Sell You A Suit Shirt Hat Shoes or Underwear I tbiW CUMHINSMCLARY oJ HOT WEATHER GOODS i Straw Hats Cloth Hats Low Shoes in Tan and l Patents Negligee Shirts Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes All new and uptodate HeJI McROBBRTS r Stanford KentuckyJ7 THE CRAB ORCHARD 1 FAIR AND RACING ASSOCIATION 1 WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING JULY 273 DAYS Show Rings in the forenoon rand Running s 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 I w arr V 7 Wait for it and make your ar rangements to go all three days Better this year than ever For particulars write fL C BRIGHT Secretary j fa THE JERIORJOllRHAL Mntered n the pottoffice at Stanford a11 f Kindclou matter ecItu aVtlIAT 1 PER YEAR CASH orWhen sot sopatd 3oo will btehtntd 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION NorthMM 104 p m- 2SOm34 Train joins oJS ItMOJ5 Soulh 1217am Ho23 o 12JJpn NEW LIVERY STABL- Es BUBSE SON Prori JUNCTION CITY KY rirstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBUE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Servlco nl Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Mao Dealers In Coal Jesse W Sweeney rllorBIlnon Livory Food and Ealo StaWo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and oared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates paJJ Traylor DEALER IN Whiskn Brandy Wines seer Clears Etc IIOarpent Depot Houses STANFORD KY Prompt aid lilt attention Nothing but ths be i 0drlak Maihoae cr teleZrapb order receive trosipt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpet mattings oil cloth ran shades lace tacks curtain pole frame screens posse partolst doors windows laMUMw choirs safes wardrobes couches dreisers washstands beds springs mattrewes chamber suit water sets lamps chiffon tore folding bed washing machines wring wall paper trunks tele ers paper scopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky Aiv person wUhlng to buy or sell fare will do well to see us We have a number of sue Lincoln and adjoining county farms sad will be to show OUT one f1acettStable Stanford Ky I R B Mahony insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of lnooln and Casty who may be seeking in euranee against hire Lightning and Tornado None but tho etron e6t and best OldLine Com panics represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone M- iStanford Kentucky BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not boweland liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Medi cine 13 a bowel and liver remedy for stock It the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occasional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry 1n their food Any stock raiser may buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks C ally keep BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn ROCHBLL8 CU Jan SO 1902 Dlaek Draught Stock and Poultry Medtalne le the bet I erer tried Our lock wes looking bad when you sent me the medlolue and now they are getting so flat They are looking 20 per cent batterS P DROOKINOTON C 1 HARVEY HELM Of Sanford Is a cinJUite for Congress In this th Eighth district subject to the action of the democratic party HON D U MOORE sf Mercer county Is a csnlldtts for Conprea In th Eighth district to succeed lion G G Gilbert sub jed to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited e Q Q GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to thi action of the democratic party R C WARREN It a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln County court subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 8R- ll a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec N la action cf the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD Is a canaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject is the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN ll candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Be action at the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS II a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER ll a candidate for Jailer of Unosta county satyett to till action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS- I a candidate for Jaler subject b the action of the Itmocratk put W I HERRIN ll a candidate for Jailer subject b the action of the limocrauc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a caadkfate tar ef elfSckMta ef UfIMIIt OeMMr sWfcct II fke dew iratlc patty MISS KATE BOGLE- Is a candidate fr Sapertotemlent ef Pshne Schnli of UoODln County seC ect Ie the acu of MM demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is e lM eeeletdo Nr SeparbeaelMa vi PttDNc Schools of ucoIrI county svt fct to MM M as1 tae Dcocrark party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a caadUal for AMMor of Ltacata cewr sub led ti DM acdoo of be ocIatIC parts GEORGE T WOOD Is a candida S for ttor ef Limos ceMt sob ject tUte acne of MM dwMcmk patty- D C ALLENt V Is a candidate for Assess r of Ltonia CMaty tbSect to the action of the DeowcraOc party EMMETT MCORMACK ll a candidate for Assessor et Lincoln OMatjr sub Sect to the action of tile democrat party W A CARSON li acandkiata for AiteMer of Lincoln ceowy sub ecto the action of the deaocrattc party E D KENNELY Is a caadMat tar AtMSwr St Uacote county sukfect lo the acttaa of 11M oadc party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ia a cASIte for county attorney of Lincoln county lUbfect to tM aetloe of Uw taaocratfc party RL HUBBLE DI UacoIa county U a ca4UK for the nonlnattoo lor State S wWr to ms Jletrlci subjeCt to Ibc action of the democratic pun r A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Cnnim tel jecI to the action of tile Prohibition party m PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hifeITuiniKtt OryirQuo Samosalrandltlu J L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmera AUODIALBMII FarnitureMattineRugsThey kinds of Stork a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Jc1icGbMYY E3IBAIMEK And DealearIn KABWESS SADDLEBY t Stanford Ky LAHDSTOCKCIOPSITC J H Thompson told to J H Dalto 45 ewes Bt 3 50 Bollard A Thompson bought 65 hOlt lnPulaiklat3Ho4o Dr C Fowler sold to J R Betzle 40 barrels of corn at 320 e J P Ballard sold to S H Anderson 12 ewes at t3 60 and 40 hallI at 4Jc FOR SALEA first claes Aberdeen Angus bull R H Crow Shelby City Onward Silver 2051 wee purchase by agents of Baron Franckott for 121 000 The Bennett farm near White Hal Madison county wee bought by Dr David Bennett at 10014 LOST A 100 pound black and whIte sow Thin tn order Reward J H Thompson Preacheravllle Mr Beverly C Sandtdge of tbo West End ratted 1000 bushels of wheat on 25 acres of ground Who can beat that- Robert Wood bought of Fred Voo Gruenlgan his Una two year old eaddl filly for 1201 This U one of King Ea glee colts- Wanted 50000 buehels of wheat at highest market price delivered a Moreland or McKinney D S Carpet ter BustonvillonLutes Co bought tn Pulaikl a lot of stock ewes at 82 22 They have alo engaged a carload of hogs for September delivery at He FOR SALE I have a 2ibone power gasoline engine and a No 12 Oenev cutting box with 12 feet of carrier All In good condition J B Cameo Itob it Ort Wanes won the Brighton Bead Derby In the fast time of 232 26 for the one and one hall miles Broom stick flubbed itoood but was dltcjuall fled for fouling and second moony WBB lIven Knight Brrant Bobadll Ort Welles stable oompaalon was award ed third money At R E Goddards sale horses rang ed from ISO to 8456 and short horn rig Uterod cattle went corresponding low Ntm Butler paid the btgbe price for any one animal ID the pur abase of a young mare at tICO The total aggregated about 0000 Tbe 40 horses avoraptd a lIttle the rill of 8U headPUBLtC SALE OO horarfg 75 yeoB males 40 2yaarold mules 60 ladlai and Shetland ponies 50 register shorthorn cattle 1000 stock ewes Prl day Aug 5 Union Stook yards Lex loglon Horses consist of mares and geldings 3 to 5 years old mares will suckling colts yearling to twoyear olds bred from German Coach and Percberon stallions Most of then baiter broken when colt Best lot of mule mares ever offered at public sale Kansas bred yearlings to three year olds Horses and mules sold In tote or 1 to 6 Shorthorns consist of cows aDd calves yearling 2yearold heifer and bulls Catalogues of shorthorn I furnished on application Stock ewes principally black faees and loge aDd will be sold In lots of 25 to lOq Blggai sale of cock ever offered in Kintoek In one day Hue for private sale 10 Berkshire and Poland Uhlna plgf March farrow subject to registration They are A 1 F O B oars 110 a piece or 118 a pair Forty young Mammoth aeke and saddle stallions Stock sold without reserve Salo commences at ocloolc sharp For Information ad- IreesJ F Cook 1 Co Lexington Ky KINGSVILLE Your occasional corrcipocdenl will try again to seed you a few Items of iews from our little town Owing to tho absence from our town of every thIng intoxicating for some time past no exciting events have occurred The Itlzeni and surrounding country have often down to bard work The farm ers and gardeners are delighted with tbe grand results of their labors and be merchant stand ready to relieve hem of their surplus cash The social whirl has never topped Strawberry festlvalsbave been follow cd by peaches and cream and watermelons will soon be here Aa to politics everything Is quiet It excites no Interest whatever What re need is some eloquent speakers to come among us and ttlr up the dry bone Before I forgot it I must not fall to Inquire why tt is that the authorities have neglected our pikes from here to Stanford f Great boles and in some places washed out clear to the bedrock Taxes are still levied and collected vet there III a general complaint ID regard to the condition of the road With tbe exception of a tow cases of flux the health of the community IR excellent Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is certain to be needed In almost every home before tho summer is OVer It can always be depended upon even In the most severe and dangerous cases It is especially valuable for summer disorders In children It is pleasant to take and never falls to give prompt reef Why not buyit now It may tare life For Bale by all druggists Yale and Harvard were tbe victors fn the International games held at the Queens Club West Kensington They defeated Oxford and Cambridge In six out of nine events CHOKING CATARRH CURED Your Money Back if Hyomo Does Not Cure You Use IIyomeland be cured of catarrh1 Is what allwho have tried It for that die case say to their friends It Is the easiest thing In the world to stop catarrh at Its beginning if you ue Ilyomel Just breathe the health glvin balsamic air for a few minutes and you catarrh will be cured In this city and neighboring towns there are hundreds who can testily to th remarkable powers ol Ilyomel to cure ca tanb Many of the staunchoit friends of this remedy today began its use with little hope that they would bo cured but as Mr 1enny offered to refund the mou ey if it did nut cure they decided to try It on that plan and were soon restored to health l APPELLATE COURT CONVENTION The democrats of this part of tbo Fifth Appellate district should not forget that mass conventions of the party will be hold at the county seals of tht several counties comprising tbe dIe trlot on Tuesday August 2 1001 to appoint delegates to tho district cot ventlon which will be held at Lexington on Thursday Aug 4ih to nominate a candidate for Judge of the ooun of appeals Remember the tlraa Tuei day Augujt 2ad at 1 ocloolc r M Place court house Bd Alvey has lost bis good colt Walter Arnold by pneumonia Lumber Notice I All kinds of tauter boxing fonclet tram Me for M bY R D lloluclaw Oral Orebard Ky Oaa deliver If part wsbea PIoduce Wanted I sggehonebe ooavlDcacUt tl II NorthMtfs Btantor Ky LUMBER WANTED I bedtgelambprice al MoMtatid D U O ieyton Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office in Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Have Your Buggy Painted It will ooit you only 13 I use the best af paint and rarntibe and guarantee ra work to be Orsttila Oall at shop an Sam bran street and see specimen of toy work ehJlrandTo Wheat Raisers I we will store IB oar waraboM aM ldv tur also haadl aad take ears el DueIwas the prior ctalrervd V O ft al xland Station prom tire commlislxi wit ehasito of ClBCJanlU O D M LIPP3 S SON HMtoavllU it Seashore OutingV- ia C O ROUTE Atlantic City- Thursday Aug 4 Through Washington Baltimore Phil adolphia Stopover prlvllgos returning 114 from Lexington Winchester Ml Sterling and Morebesd Good returning until Aug 15 inclusive Through traIns without change Engage sleeping oil space now Inquire of your agent tot full particulars or writs H W Fuller G P A Wtihinglen DO G W Bar ney D I A Lexington K- yCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Anna 6 Cover Plaintiff vs Overton Adam Aa Defendant Notice of sale Pursuant to a judgement of the Lincoln Circuit court rendered In the above styled action at Its June term 1001 the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Bald Lincoln circuit court will on e MONDAY AUGUST 8 1001 About 1 P M In front of the Courthouse door In Stanford Ky sell at public out err to tho blghtcst and bat bidder the following described real estate situated In Lincoln county Ky and bounded as fol- lOw Beginning at the mouth of H branch on fall Lick creek corner John Joslln thence up the middle of said creek with 35loleFand small mulberry at tho mouth of a small ranch corner to Isaac Homes thence with his line 8 S W 74 poles to u black oak on the line of the the orlglnaillprvey corner to the said Homos to the original line h CO W K1 poles to a stake original call two sycamore true thence S 30 W 86 polos to a stake in Singleton Hed thence with the old lino N 60 W 83 poles to a stake In the Soulhou aide of the creek thence up thn ilddle of said creek with the waters and leandor thereof to the beginning con fining 102X acres more or loss This dIVIaUrTEIUUIlurchasor being required to execute bond lor the purchase money with approved lersoiml surety payable to the commit loner and having force and effect of judgment Said bond will bear Interest at the rate of 0 percent per annum from late of aale A loin will be retained on the land for the purchase money I O B 8AUPLEV M 0 L 0 C to c LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I r rCXPITJUV STOCK 900000 Directors J B PaxlOD J D OwsUy B U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J B Foster L O Oooch Wit Uurauitni rlgMR W II Shanks I wThe Farmer Rank A Trust Company and under tame management continuously- for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankOf Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was original established as the Deposit hank of Stanford In ISIS then reorganized as the National Bank of and again rcorganlied as the FIt National Baik of Stanford In list having had practically an unlnter rupteJ existence for n Mrs It U better supplied now with flLClnU s for transact Ingbuslness prcxoptly and well than ever before In Us long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porattons Solicited Offlclrall MOROBEUT8 WKARKNAut Directors DpovifleS Queen Crescent Route SHORTEST AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points in IKfOXUATMH BATES ETC ADDBKJ N AIKUN Tray PNr Agt SQ IL Main St Lexington Ky W A QARRimr OTn Mr WC RINBAKSON Ion Pass Agt CINCINNATI C R McCormack in a Fine Stapleand Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Produce C R McCormack Hustonville I A S PRICE jDanUst Stanford Ky Oeteevr UsBafctrtV Drt Sure la ts Ovtltr lUIUtac Dr OSWilliams DENTIST- All work qunrnntood and rea sonablo- Hustonvlllo Kentucky UGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to Ult the buggy bUll ness t will sell for tho next 60 days at cot for orth a car load of Huggles Surreys Phaeton and Iluckboards also a lot of Ilarnee They are all tho latest style and best make Part of the vehicle are rub ber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OURTIS OOVEK Crab Orchard Ky Administrators Sale Sept 8 tool As administrator ofthe estate of J V Coffey deceased I will offer for sale and with the eoasent of Joseph Coffey their en tire farm of 309 acres of as good land as Is In the county with residence and all crease nary outbuildings 3 good barn 2 of them very large good fencing plenty of stock water all In grass except about 60 acre The farm lays well on the llustouvlllo and Danville pike In good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on 08 toad If not sold before tbe 8tb September will then be Raid to the highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal property consisting of bayou of 8J acres seed air of U acres wheat off of 50 acres corn off of It acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling mule 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder 2 mowing 1 disc harrow as good as new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn planter 2 Oliver Chill plows No 201 corn er i A harrow 1 hay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 hay frames onoh1f inter eat In 0 acres of tobacco 80 to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed 18000 tobacco sticks some old corn 1 bugy and harrrte 1 sad file bVldle and blanket 260 locust posts for wire fence 100 white attic posts for post rail fence 60 locust pone for pout rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch I sil ver watch 1 farm rollers 35 betrp brakes 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows Any one desiring to see the place can cull on mo or Joseph Cot ay on the placo and we will show lth pleasure Sale wjll begin nt B oclock sharp Also have 17 shares of turu stock In the Mlddluburg Turnpike IK shares of itook In the Mid dleburg Cemetery TIIIlIlIThe farm will be sold for one third cash balance on ono and two year time with lien retained on luud W A Corrav Admr TOM ENULISH Auc B U J J B OW8LKV A Cashier W M Asst Cashier II Officers 1 J S HOOKER Prest BT HAIIIIIB V free J J Ohr W II Ohr ford J S Mocker Stanford K L Tanner MeKlnney M D Blmere Stanford B U Baughman Htnaford T P11111 Stanford Jas IloUruoa Hubble J H llatuhMan Stanford J M Pettns Stanford Rtl Carter Stanford LINE BETWEEN v D Dealer and machines Llborty BUIOIIT THE CALVERT MUi Willie K Hocker I Propr rtras 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Season of 1904 Crab Orchard Springs Kentuckys Most Delightful Summer Resort Four Hotels Capaclty SOO Guests Famous CrabOrcharclSprlnrjn As the heated term approaches the thought arise where I go to seek rest and quiet and find pleasant say and cool nights Title can be answered Crab Orchard Springs for nearly a century has proven a model Summer resort and this season promises to be the best In IU history There health and happiness can be found The days are never delightfullywarm while the nights are pleasant from June till October The fam ous Crab Orchard water from which Is made Crab Orchard Baits Sulphur Ohaly beate Magnesia etc all flow from large springs cio+p to the Springs Hotel A nllwIWell has bean opened and the the Salt Sulphur Well at depot has ben eo cured The TableNeither money nor pains will bojpared to make the table the best to bo found in Ken t- lucky Fine rattle mutton pork and poul try fattened on the Springs farm not sur passed anywhere ImprovementaoThe buildings have nil been Im beenliberallypink of condition and present a scone to behold just now All of the walks have boon rogravulled Also a job of plumbing just about completed from top to bottomSociety arid AmuBemcnta Crab Orchard Springs has longbeen noted for the home llke feeling that pervades theIentire place The citremonlM edict fashionable homo life are laid aside while each Individual promote his or her own hnpplnoss In contributing to the happiness of uthorstThe rate are very low considering the excellency of the service lor eS to 110 per week delightful rooms and splendid fare can be obtained 1 Season Opened June I Tho season opened Juno 1st and all dur ing the Summer a splendid band of music will bo In attendance Ior further particulars address J B WILLIS Manager Crab Orchard ICy l t