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H 2 I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 29 1904 8 A M NO 44 1 MR U D DRoNAlGH S clver preioeat of the Crab Orv RThe Pair who le doiojr all ID hlllOlI or to mike the enterprise a tucceti lht bot I be right mss le be rtchl plaec no one will grlsy t+ ++ + ++ ++++++ ++ + + ++ t 0THE CRAB ORCHARD FAIR TUB Crab Orobkrd lair opened promptly at 9 oolook Wedoedarwltb a crowd ot some 1500 present Toe best show hone ID nil Keniuaky are t there br the hundred while tba fleet on pacer trotters and runners ere on haod Irum Pajette county totbe State of Cay Tbe But KId people are dotnc all In their power to mike their guest have a Rood time end right will are they iuao edlofr The Rood town of Crab Orchard le the Meoea ot this section tbli week and If you are out In the prooMtlon you bad belter Jjfflt at ono or youll mlu tbe ben fair In this part of the State Following are tbe winner of prem turns and oertlfioalet 1 Den jiolc colt wader one year old No entry 2 Jack 1 year old and wader two 1 S Tevlt prem and cert I Jack Z year old and under three I S Terls prem and otrt 4 Jack I years old and over o J J Snttb prem aid oart 5 Jack any ope act etnildered J J smith prem I S Tevli Bert 0 PreUtMl ItYre year old Mr art Mr Dexter Billou pram Mr aM Mrs S1 Emory Jr cart 7 Otln rldsr- s A Co o prew C T aiodldge cert 8 Lady rider tyl Cork Loop Gsrrtrd prem Mr Mason bane Madison oert Si S oklBi colt either sex by Che tar Jewell No eoryf9 Saddle colt under 1 year old W A Tribble prom J T BlnRt man cert I 10 Saddle oolt or gelding S year old and under three Roy BesaleypremswyafSaudldgo- cart 101 2 year old saddle mare R B Wood prem J T Qrenibaw cert I 11 Saddle mare or geldings years old sad under 4 0 T SandldRe prom and cert 15 Saddle italllon any age J 0 Bailey prem J T Orenibaw I art i 18 Roadster mare or neldlo Sloan Eatlaad prom J O Bailey cart 14 300 trot tulle heats 0 In 6 h 0 T Sandldge with O B lit C C Hooker with George Hud 2od ands D Cbooault with Lillian Rive 3rd 16 Running race t dash for throe Tacroliln I Scott Si Cox with Van Hope lit J W Oueit Tansy Toddy 2ad and P W Kapler Alex Martin 3rd 18 300 pace rallo beau 3 In 6 t T H Colllni with Nellie H lit Oorm ley Tray nor with Joe Sykea 2 rid and James Olbony with Jennie I Mack 3rd r 17 Mulo race 1 mile dash John MoW IIlIam ht Ben Duncan 2nd and J R Beazloy 3rd SECOND DAY 18 Suckling mule either sex R n Woods prom Henry Hotter oert t 10 Mule one year old and under 2 R B Wood prom R RameoycerL 20 Mule 2 years old and 3 T J Curtis prune und cert 21 Mule 3 years old and over B F SUvlo prom T J Gurtlfceri 2H Prettiest little miss from 3 tot 5 years old tiJ H Pettus and wife 22 Pair mare mules ago cocddered B Po Slavtn prem T J Ourtli cart 23 Pair horse mules aRe considered Hoary Heater prenuand cert r 24 harness colt under 1 year old eith er sex W A Trlbble prem W A Carton cert 26 Barnes cult 2 years old and under 3 eliner sex JT Creoibaw prom I O Brown cert 21 QnroeM mare or gelding 3 year old nod under 4 I No entry 27 Hamc million Q year old and under 4 I C T 28 bar cenIC T dldge cart 2u Saddle ttatltnn any age J T Crontoaw prem J 0 Bailey cert ju Double tem for barDen purpoioi Creoibbw k OCD prem Kastlaod h fontIA earl il Roadster 81allion Kmland h Boota prem Uorralev A Traynor cart e H C Travnor won tbe 25 trot wltbI oan Rutland second nod them Mason tbtrd no Traynor won the iM pace + ABOUND TUB RIG Burch liDObanao U present Mr Joho Gibson of R ohaKisd li thereJ Coir y of Colombia U to the crowd Hon Charles A Bardln Is enjirlnp the fair Boo Dan L Moore U there mingling with tbe voters Oasley Newland of Lexington Dame over to tbe fair Mrs W D Walltn wife of the Seo rotary Ii very III Miss Marguerite Sallee of Seme et lea pretty fair visitor J M Walllo oame all the way from Montana to be HI the lair KdffirS Alrleht of time Mt Ver oon Slgaal UOB hard Joe Olbfoo und Ssm M Booie are rprmntlt ir Somerset Mrt J W Uitaiey of Use Wok way at the fair W med j- Pr iM at J C Couimr nf tbe Lib arty Pair t on Inc ground Dr W W Burtflo of Riobipond le- one of the many who lire bar- et t+ +t+ t+ +++++++++ + +++++ + + OLJP fq NDLRR Than whom thorn ws outer a better Ring Munbal ++ H++ + + +++ +++ + ++++++ Boo Green R Keller nl ibeCarllile Mercury Is an IntereVo notnior Mr J J Cornellenri and wile of CampbalUvlllc are attending the lair Marshal J G Riddle and his efficient corps of poll a are preeervlog tine or der Secretary R L Collier I on deck advertlllng the Urodbead fair Aug 17 1810 Mr J U Collier Is suffering from looo molar alexia but be semis to the fall novenbelea James T Jones the Stanford reitau ranter Is giving a splendid dinner for 35o Try It to day Fully 2600 people were present vee tordar and enjoyed the tplondld show of took and exciting races Tbo Crab Orchard band D C Payne general manager Is discoursing the sweetest of tousle for the lair Mines Llndiey Walker and Jean Bruce Haldeman of Louisville are guests at Mrs Jane Buchanan1 Secretary Wjirren I Allen of the Harrodaburg Fair Is on the grounds talking up bis felt Aug 0 10 and 11 Mrs Jams M Brooaughof Purcell LTand MIis Dora Williams of Lon don are with Mia Aunlo Bronaugb Will and Joe Brooks are at home the fair and their mother slater sweethearts aro delighted to have them Gormley sulky broko In the 300 pace Wednesday afternoon but the driver Will not hurt Sam Masons race mare was badly injured while working her yesterday morning t MR w D WALLIN The efficient erpremry of the Crab Or obard Fair A hard and willing work for the Jut Bed exhibition Always a good humor and Imparts Informa tion cosoarnlnp fairs IIlre a veteran In the cause 44 ++ + +++ + + ++t++ ++ + Tba hotels are all crowded but the mlM boils art takloe rood care of tbtlr geaiw and are glvloc them the fat of tbs land- C08Jlreewao Gilbert was present yesterday He eaya he Is a sore win nor In the prlwarv of Oct 0 but we dont believe It Mr John R Farrls start the race and doe the work well The judges are Mer R H Bronaugb W T Guest and O L Crow Wade Perkins making Secretary Walllo a splendid ottltaoL He U ao eommodailog quick and corrent and the horsemen love hire Enjoyable hope are given at tbe Springs each evening and the light fantastic le tripped until a late hour and everybody has a good time Mr A C Daoo la one of the India peniablcs at the tall He work night ad day sod the UOOM of the enter prlto Is greatly due to his untiring en ergyMr Charles F Montgomery And Misses Pearl Montgomery and Julia Stagg of Liberty cod Marv CarpotI ter of Uuitonvllle formed a jolly party to the fair The following gentlemen are at the fair with their string J T Crooibaw O T Siodidge Sloan Kmland J C Bailey Trayoor A Gormtey Joe D Caanftol Dr C C Hooker Ben Me eon P W Napier Dud Olbonoy Bar low of Garrard GI O K A I ford Roy Bulev R U Wilkloton Some of thew eaoUemin have oe many as a dozen rood ones TODAYS 1nOURAV TJi Suckling colt either exby Pence 5i Pony undr U bands to be shown in harness irt Combined mare or gelding t7 Saddle stallion 4 years or over W Saddle mare 4 years or over an Walking mare or gelding 40 Highschool mire or gelding 41 Fancy turnout shown by lady and gentleman 42 Harneis mare or gelding any ago 43 Roadster double team 44 Running race t heater ID 3 for 3 yoar old end up 45 240 trot mllo heats 3 la 5 40 Running race Frank Fehr stake U mile dash for 3yr olds andup 47 Mule race i mile heats 2 In 3 Cured of Chronic DIarrhoea y AfterTen Years of Suffering I wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIll ihoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Barge of Martlnsville Va I suffered from chronic diarrhoea for 10 yean and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any permanent relief Last summer one of my children waa taken with cholera morbus and I procured a bottle of this remedy Only two dote were required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine my tell and did not use all of one bottle before I was well nod I havo never since been troubled with that complaint One connot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is for sale by all druggists To the Worlds Fair via Queen ft Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rlnearaon G P A Cincinnati O G LL Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thinu dde it Dr Kings New pills change weak uess into strength listlessness into ener gy brain fag into mental power Theyre wonderful la building up the health Only 28o par bjx Sold by G L Penny I Tyler Haney was found dead inlCnott county with his skull crushed LANCASTER Marriage license was Issued this week to Henry A Sutton and Mollle Clark of Lower Garrard Court day here was very dull sod lit tic trading was done The politicians were the only people who seemed to have any business The opinion of the leading democrats throughout the county is that Hon Harvey Helm will be our next Congressman Mica Joan Mount entertained Tues day evening in honor of her slitorMlis Margaret of Covlngton The house and yard were beautifully decorated with palm and cut flowers and with the hostess charming wayof entertain log everyone eoj y the evening About 3 couples were present Mr Claude Royston of St Louis Is the guest of tie mother Mrs James Riyston Richard Kennedy of Lex ington has been visiting his sister Mrs Banks Hudson Tbe many friends of Mr L Y Leaven are glad to know that his health is much Improved and that be le able to be out again Fisher Herring spending a week at Estill Springs Mlllard West of Washing too Is spending his vacation with his mother here The Leap Year dance given Monday evening at the New Mason Hotel was one of perfect success The Lancaster orchestra furnished excellent music and at Intermission delicious refresh meat were served by Mrs John Lear at her parlor on Danville Ave Those who bad the pleasure of attending were Misses Theo Hempblll Joan Mount Annie Herndon Mattie Robinson Margaret Kinnalrd Allle Arnold Maggie Tomllnson Alberta Anderson Alma Schneider and Mary Hughes of Nicbolasvllle Annie Bronaugb Crab Orchard Margaret Bailee Somerset Annie Evans Danville Kennedy Lexington Margaret Mount Coving ton NEWS NOTES The historic Washington elm it MorrUtown N J baa been cut down In Harrison county Aubrey Smith 17 shot and perhaps fatally wounded Mark Wbalen aged 60 A new steel company with an author zd of 13000000 has been la- oorporated atTrentou N J City Marshal William H Funk and City Engineer J V Goodman wero asphyxiated Inc lift well of a sewer at Warsaw led Two persons were killed and several Injured In a collision between a Big Four passenger train and an electric oar In Indianapolis The Southern Pacific Company hu tiled amended articles with the secretary of State at Frankfort Increasing Its took 40000000 The Incorpora Lion fee was 840000 According to tbe latest reports of tbe Interstate commerce commission tbe the employes of tbe railroads of the United States number 1180316 or an average of 504 employee per 100 miler ofroadGov Beckham refuted to commute tbe sentence of Cuater Garden the Hart county murderer sod be was hanged yesterday Gardner assassi nated Squire Oiborno and his son David Ojborne John J Ryan alleged operator of a getrichqulclc race concern was ar rotted at Brighton Beach race track on four Indictment by tbe St Louis grand jury charging larceny In the sum of tSOOOOO and embezzlement He bad previously been Indtcted at St Louie but the Indictments were thrown out on technicalities To The Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court ot Appeals from this district subject to the action ot the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As judge of tbe State fiscal court it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of tbe now constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con ttruction 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 such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the hlg hi position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Parties going on the C O excur aloe Aug 4th will please send in their names for sleeping car reservation soon as possible G W Barney D A Lexington Ky Mrs Joseph Pink Is dead at June lion City vacation suits j Built for Summer Comfort no lining in the Coats except a little around the shoulders Come in and get one be fore yon leave for your Summer trip x850 to 1650 eessota Ta Ii mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from weH HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Hnrve Steward porter Pumps Pumps I I am a pump mau allover and I sell the Pump ing est Pumps that ever was Pumped and if they dont Pump where I ray theywill Pump I will not Pump guy money out of the bot tow of your pocket I soil Pumps from 2 to 10 and from 2 to 200 feet deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS needs no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP isuSo easy to fix ItYou can replace the valves without removing Pump from well with nothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work done on short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford K- yDrujgistConfidence Confidence no fear of mistakes is what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS nndj PURE MATERIALS arc our stock in trade When you want things done right when yon want pure drugs when you are tired of taking chances come to us Thejitmost care in every department tho best service and the best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N CraigPharmacist Stanford Kentucky I GO TO 1 W B McRoberts STANFORD FORIILAN DRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGIST 1GARDEN DRUGSPREADY MIXED PAINTS a i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC e TICKET For Prtnident ALTON BROOKS PARKER of New York For Vte Prmidtnt HENRY G DAVIS of Wen Virginia APPELLATE COURT CONVENTION The democrats of this part of the Fifth Appellate district should not for get that masa conventions of the party will be held at the county seats of t1 several counties comprising the dis trict on Tuesday August 1 19W to appoint delegates to the district con ventlon which will be held at Ltxlng ton on Thursday AUR 4th to nom nate a candidate for Judge of the court of appeals Renumber the time Tues day August 2od at 1 oclock P M Place court house- AOCORDiNU to tUe Indianapolis New a republican paper and one which la partly owned by Mr Fair banks republican nominee for vice president the democrats have an ex cellent chance for carrying the Hoos far State in the coming election It reports the democray united and firm and In good shape for the contest God grant that the day may come when the democrats may be able to control the Statelgovernment of Indiana for there are other Issues than the election of a president at stake upon the result THE democratic State central and executive committees In joint session at Frankfort re elected Percy Haley secretary and adopted resolutions con gratulating the national democracy up on tho selection of Its ticket indorsing the platform and pledging for Kentucky an oldtime majority A campaign committee was selected with State Au ditor Hager chairman and the names of several prominent democrats were recommended to the governor for the selection of a State election commls sloe THE selection of Hon Thomas Tag gars of Indianapolis to conduct the compalgn shows that the party leaders are determined to continue the sane and sate course so far pursued Mr Tapgari will either carry Indiana or make Fairbanks feel that be has been In the toughest race he ever entered Mr Urey Woodsons election as secre tary is also an excellent oneand speaks highly of his standing on the commit tee POLITICAL Hon John D White has withdrawn from the race for Congress in the llth district Missouri republicans In convention at St Joseph nominated Cyrus P Wale bridge of St Louis for governor The House of Representatives of Georgia patted a bill Increasing the salary of the Governor of Georgia from 3000 to 85000 Toe republican State Central Com mittee In session at Lexington recommended Judge Jos Breatbltt for State C Election Commissioner Thomas T Taegart of Indiana was elected chairman of the National dem ocratlo committee and Uroy Woodson of Kentucky secretary W A Helm of Morgantown E J Hobdy of Franklin and J M Riche ardson of Glasgow are candidates for the democratic Congressional nomina tlon In theitTblrd district John S Rhea has not yet decided whether he will run The democratic State central com mitten met at Covington and declared Joseph L Rhlnock the nominee for Congress In the Sixth district the con testant Judge Hodge not appearing It was decided that the primaries callJed in Nelson and Meolloo should stand as the law was not understood when the calls were made The members of the democratlo National committee were the guests of Judge Parker at Rosemount Charles F Murphy and other prominent Tam many leaders were also present arrlv ing In advance of the committee MrE Murphy beforo leaving Rosemont spoke hopefully of democratlo success and declared that New York City would give the National ticket the biggest majority ever known It Is an interesting coincidence that of the many appointments that it has fallen to the lot of GOT J C W Beck I barn to make five of them were grad uates of Central University the same school from which the governor wasI graduated The appointments are all to different judgehlps Hoes 3 B Dlsbman Barbourvllle John M LassI tog Burlington James M Benton Winchester Isaac HThurman Spring field George Vest Triplett Owensboro Isaatfflates of Grconup county was assaulted and cut In such a manner by I two men that ho will die The assault was provoked by Bates tying n tin can to hIs neighbors cat i I Introducing Judge Saufloy CRAD ORCHARD KY JULY 28th To tbe voters of the Fifth Appellate District I will now introduce to you for your consideration and your cut traFe Jon M C Saufley who we reared In the county of Wayne name after a distinguished general of the Revolution whose dauntless courage and headlong bravery won for him the sobriquet of Mad Anthony and who now lives In the county of Lincoln which was named for another great Revolutionary general who bad the honor of receiving Lord Cornwall1 sword at the siege of Yorktown Ho has worn the ermine of county ludgefo r 11 years was circuitjudge and four years Judge of the Federal court and be has preserved the emblem of his various judicial offices as spotless as thoermtno ol toe Frigid Zone guards the eaowy robe with which nature has whe0 adorn the Kentucky bar he is quadru ply tbe greatest for ho can state a case like tbe Colossus draft a pleading like the legal Martinet and argue a case like the greatest advocate between the two oceans They have tbelr torte Judge Sauflay Is equally strong op all point the most remarkable man In all the elements that makea complete law yer that this age has produced If there Is anything more necessary toooraplete the crown of glory that docks his noble brow He Is a Confederate soldier And as brave a warrior As ever buckled n sword And as true a patriot As ever breathed a word And never did Grecian philosopher With his golden pen Trace upon the deathless page Truths more sage Than he trill lay down for men An admirer and supporter FONTAINE Fox BOBIUTT HIGHLAND School began Monday In the Mt Mo rlah and Highland districts with Mines Amanda Carson andAnnle Gooch as teachersG Bangh sold to A A Crutch geld five 100 pound bogs for 820 Hec Young sold to Mr Lutes a yearling heifer for Q3D E G Baugb sold to B Sampson four sheep for 811 Rev J M Cook who has been living at Somerset since March has returned to his home hero Mrs John Smith and children of near Preaohersvlllo visited Mrs Young last week Lynn Brougb after spending a fewdays with friends here has returned to his home In Louisville Messrs Carpenter Lee and Baugh of McKinney and Stanford were the guests of J G Baugh Cnas Carrier and wife of Woodstock visit edrelatives here James and Harry WallR are back from Louisville MATRIMONIAL Ex Senator Henry G Davis demo cratic nominee for vice president Is to be married before election day to Mrs Katherine Reynolds widow of Dr Jno Reynolds of Sbepberdetown W Va They were lovers In their youth when he was a poor brakeman on the railroad and she was Katherine Cushwa a country belle Her parents would not give tbelr consent and she married Reynolds Davis stuck to railroading and laid the foundation of his great fortune Mrs Reynolds Is over 70 and is a grandmotberILATER Mrs Katherine Reynolds today made an emphatic denial of the report of her engagement to former Sinator Henry G Davis She saidI there was no foundation for tbe reportc and was Indignant that such false state meets were published TODAY S FURROW Sow the shining seeds of serviceIIn the furrows of each day Plant each one with serious purpose In a hopeful tender way p Never loco one seed nor cast It Wrongly with an hurried hand Take full time to lay It wisely a Whore and low thy God hath plan ned the blessed way of sharing With another soul your gains iYieldingFor the soul which shows its blessings Great or small in word or smileIGathers as the Master promised Either hero or afterwblleIthis day the seeds of service In some life OH you can spare Bend above the soul you strengthen prayerTrustnurture afrordTillFor tbe garners of the Lordi Brutally Tortured A ease came to light that for persistent unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Goloblc of Colusa Calif writesIFor 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved mo though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles ofIit completely relieved and cured mo Just as good for Liver andjKldney troubI lies and general debility Only 60c Satisfaction guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist- S IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert Duerson of Richmond at tempted suicide by shooting Ho w111 likely site Mrs Eddy Mathers dropped dead at apparentlyIMrs Nannlo Partello Is dead at Richmond from the effects of Injuries received in a runaway At Pueblo Col Mrs J J Aflley was shot and killed by her alleged par amour John Anderson McOulre Lutes shipped to Clnoln natl yesterday bill sheep which tbeI bought from various parties at 21 to 3o Thomas W Tlchenal a West Vir ginia postmaster has been arrested on a charge of working a green goods scheme The 10yearold ton of Joseph Lilly ot Webster county Kentucky was ac cidentally shot and killed by his 12 yearold brother The Boyle fiscal court voted tiOM for building It miles of turnpike be I tween Perry vllle and the county line of Washington county Tbe examining court held Biatty I am Stiller Hydon In bond of 81000 to answer the charge of killing George Barnett at Alpine Pulaski county Col Noel Gaines has selected the West Point camp site In tbe Worlds Fair grounds for the annual encamp ment of tbe Kentucky State Guards JB Adams of Boyle raised 1012 bales of bay on 39 acres of ground the hay weighing 122600 pounds Ho sold this at 811 per ton the 36 acres bring leg In tbe neighborhood of 1870 oath J C Caldwell has let tbe contract uP1onlast week Tbe marriage of Miss Maud O Walker of Perrvvllle and Mr Edgar O Adams of New York City was solemnized Thursday afternoon News I One Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets- I have I believe told TabjIllehere who first bought a box ef them about a year ago She never tires of tolling her neighbors and friendabou the good qualities of three TableteP- M Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladles everywhere For Sale by all druggist FOR SALE Tea acres of land ft twottory rent MTB IpIdidthederIs great economy In running the mill DOM a splendid bwla e Everything U IB rood bwlldieRThrash of other tnulueM as he hae extcnslT property trot Swnfoid sad can be bought at a addSr It IIcoHBR 8u fonJ Ky THE STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY Lextegtoa Keatncky TIM Agricultural sad Mechanic State College of Kmmqky offers the following course of Mttdy via Agricultural hors ticultural chemical bjokgical matbeesat kal physical normal ecDoolclueical mechanical engineering electrical en gimmring each of which extosds over four years and leads to a degree Poets gradual stadia are also dgreEacha separate faculty The general faculty number nearly 50 proteeeora and inetrac County appointees receive tuition room tent In and light and it they remain 10 months traveling ex seeThe laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern legislature appropriated 860000 for college home for young women and 830 ooo for drill han gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and in use and science arc fully pro vided for as required by congress Graduates from the several courses of- tudy readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demands largely in excess of the ability of the col lege to supply Last year the matricula was 750- Specialists with the necessary number assistants have of each de partment of naturalscience Summer schools are provided for pedagogy enIgineering and instruction in science thoughbearingthe only institution in the Commonwealth doing In any proper sense university workThe completion of the college home for goodboardall modern conveniences including bathrooms and room for physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by elecric ityAn I opportunity is thus afforded to them ofa thorough education in classic mod ern languages literature science math ematics logic metaphysics history and political economy No other institution in the state offers advantages for education offerIedcourses ofstudy and terms of admission JAS K PATTBRSQN Ph D applyI Or D C FRAZEE Bus Agt KyIe ywi 4 wd you eIr Choice Milling Wheat wanted We are today paying 95 cts per bushel de livered on track Louisville for No 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat and aim at all time to pay the p top market priceC- OMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLINGII Ballard Ballard Cody 28 1904 Louisville Ky r I Farm For Sale I 1On anneal of Illbruit I detlro to tell privately mv tare ot lie tore located ta ago lloatonvUle Good IwprovebtrnU cover ratting water Will tell whole or divide Small part 0 illastonvllle Dripping Springs Flshor Mgr IfSponrs Summer retort BplendHl table reftMmaM rates best water In the I enmity Write ferjmrtlralars PatoHle DrtvpnRBpelege hp THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment et surgical and chronic disease and for ewt uUatloa Board and nursing shall be each lo advance weekly and monthly Irowatonal bill don whey services are rendered and raut t pald promptly R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky OMee IB Ilyerliowe Iarlor Phone v- iE D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY is NOT A TAILOR i Having been in eke Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying 1 tepretent one of tbe best tailoring firm In tbe country With mv experience in taking measures and dinduns I give your olotkee are brand to be satisfactory as my maav patrons In this line will bear me out My prim are the MGM a Inex bumieeee and other eultJ Kb I will cot and rake if you iteiire at a wodeiate price Thank- Ing you for ptU furore I am voure II aRUPLKY the Tail- or13D CARTER Successor to Brute A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAVPOHD Ky Special attention to Goiotnortfal Meh patronage U solicited Horses on commission t Stock Pens In Connection POSTED We whole names appear below strictly turbid bunting fishing or nap kind of tres patting on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent ot the law J 7 8v namore T M Holmes II V Newland J D Oatnenlich Peter Helmet W1I Johnson Mrs Mary Qtvens David Stephens james M White and wife Carson II I Hawkins Mrs Mary K Welch It A Lawreneo Frank Cordler Mrs A D Root Sam FIteynoldt Morgan Humphrey OT Charloe Knulln J U MeAlltter Seashore Outing Via C a o ROUTE Atlantic City- Thursday Aug 4 Through Washington Baltimore Phil adelphia Stopover prlvilgea returning from Lexington Winchester Mt IH and Morchoad Good returning Aug 15 inclusive Through trains without change Engage sleeping car space now Inquire of your agent for full particulars or write H W Fuller BareI San w Grand Leader The closing out sale to quit busiWness is going one Great crowds are buying the many BARGAINS we are offering Get in the push and save MONEY Remember its COST and BELOW COST for you IOUEY BIOTK WAfll OlRU V THE GRAND LEADER M B Levy O Co S B Levy 1 PENNYS I Ice Cream Soda Water Is Pure Cold and Good Ice Cream 110 a Gal lon PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford IMPORT SHIPMENT U t Just received from a Pottery ofCupsdirectfromfer to the trade the best bargain snorttimePlates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GEOROE H FARRIS eft COIX Stanford Kentucky We Still Have In Stock Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very low prices 0 W E Perkins SAVE MONEY I fly buying coal early We have lust re calved S3 cars coal and will tell ate reduced price ot from S to 3 cents on bushel cheaper than In 00 days from ditto KINOt OOX Moreland Ky The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOAE3 Proprietor Electric Lllthliin tvcry room Refurnished end under entire New Mn geraent Bobthe favorite meets all tribe WelMlghled Sample Room Ky in A above porter Large Crab OrchardIKy Stanford Granitewan aq Marble Co f INCOIUORATKD Is now prepared to furnish granite marble monuments markers tablets andfrecentlyIt to be of tho Hnest quality This stone Is standard world Phone male once 0e J n henna prs Stanford K or T J Teter branch + office Mcltinney qty On the Remnant Counter Xhis eeIEI Short lengths of Silk Black and Colors as much as 4 12 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 d t SEVERA1fCE SON srrANFORDe THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Jnv yt 190 I fOrsupply of Sobool Books ere DOW and we are able to furnish you wit alt books used In Ltuooln Co Tbe tarao book used last year will be wee ble year Penny Drug Store Stanford y PERSONALS- MRS IATTIB UAYS U bask trot Somerset v MIM STELLA RCPLBY wont to Lex 1 InRtonTueday Miss SUM UBTU JAM as ti with Grab Orchard friend Mi66 LUNA RUYWLDS la with rela area In Cincinnati Ray It U MAIIONY peat seven day lo the tnountatot Mists DORA STUAUH went up to DrIpI plug Springs Wednesday MH8 DIXTBR HALLOO and etolWrcn are vUltlqR at Orb Orebard MR J1 WiilTB was OH yeiVerdayi iralD bound for Crab Orchard MwJnnn UuoYQf Mayivllle li t with MlH Daisy VaoDnveer- Mwt ANHtH XHWLAND it viiitloi MM 0 K M wlaM la the East KM- JouS 0 LYNN of Danrllle U speed luc a few days with his parent ber- t 1AHOU AND J P PUNT ol Deep 1 erMOQi III ens with Mrs A M flvne- MR B 0 RKKLNT lilt Tietiay tot J a visit to bit oM borne at Catitawood- V Va Mns WAVRRLY HAMILTON of lien dorioo U with Col and su W II Dudderar Mug PBTBRBTACH JR and flub daughter went up to Crab Orchard yesterday LtTTLB MJ83B3 MAOOIE AND BL11 AMOTll STAOO went to Crab Orcban t s yeiterday i HON 00 WIU1AMS St Mt Van train en reedyeeUrdayMQ wee en M Morehcad MR AND Mm W J DoxntKof Law r web re are with the amity of Mr 16I Pesosr J J CORNBuaOK wife and ba wUh Mr W by fit OaMphclttvllle are T Sawodert f MRS CUXA IILAIN who bai heee i Ttrtttot U Wins slt4r sad Parkabaa rulMd home MM SARA BACOHMAN reuiraH T Mday tross a dellehllnl vhlt to rela ttY1e at Owasboro- J W BAILMY and wilt of M rwowi haye returned Iron tbs World Pall SorHt Journal OBO CHANCBLLOR who has a ROM poilllon In Cincinnati U with bM pu- eaU at Walnut Flat MRS L M PMRKIN of Garrard will arrive Monduy to make her hems with hiriooMrJW Pftrrln MR L A PWTTC8 an tilde Crab Or bard boy orders bU paper hanfjwl from Beraa to London of Louis MAST a RAYMOND TYRBB ville U Tliltlne his aunt Mn S M Owens In the Wet Bnd- MBS8U9 T W HUTOHlSONand Burton Spire left yesterday for Clinton and Mattoon III prnspectlnir MRS T S WEUU and children have I l returned to their homo at Knotvllle Matter Mike Penny accompanledthetn MISSES LINDSEY WALKER and Jean Bruce Haldcraan of LouUvllle are the guests of Mrs Jane Buchanan at Crab Orchard during the lair MR WO WITHERS Is down from Mlfldlcaboro to pond a tow day with hie wile who li juit back from a vllt r to her sister at Smiths Grove MR AND MRS W A MOKINNBV Who have made LouUvlUo their homo have returned to Linevy for some time coin to reildo wo aro glad to state MR AND MRS M E PRUITT Of Moreland are spending the week with Mr and Mrs B Ohanael her parents lor near Walnut Flat and aro attend Log the Crab Orchard fair I MRS BO BOyLE and daughters Misses Elizabeth and Anna Boyle have returned from Crab Orchard where they have ibcon visiting Mrs Doyle mother Mrs James Guest Courier Journal MRS BJ PINICERTOK and dauRh Stone and PearlSalllor J s tore Misses Pinkerton arrived yesterday from Stanford to make their bomo with Prof B J Pinkerton on Elm Tree Lane Lex Democrat Their friends hero lor gave up this excellent family with sin cere regret LOCALS ROOMS for rent Apply to W N CraigDANvILLIFAntseapweek a Aug s 4 and 5 Go Fox rNew bouts of eve rooms on Lancaster street W B O- Daoaon rioireu for not on Kait Main SUMt Stanford Apply to G B Cooper MraI M B BronauRh T READY I am now ready to reedy guests at Olympfka Springs near Mt Salem at W 80 per week F M SlmI Manager Ox ANDBltSON of Preaohtruvlllf was plaood In Jan tan night bv Sheri Baugbman charged with malloiou uttlng Wn are now r gOer itoek or seal for winter supply We guarantei prleei quality oonildered J H Baugbnian k Co St POOR Danville She hasnt oven got an attomobtle Well iced bar ono of our toO dhaod one for a while If the oat ttet one of bIN own BARNM Rev Dr Loton Barnw aged 81 hretber01 the famous evantrt list Rer Gsors 0 BaroM la dIadI lIe lived near Carthage MIN DR J 1C VANAMBDALBB boric ran away on Main Street VMtarday afternoon but the doctor little eon sue seeded In stopping him before anv damage was done BOUGHT AN AtTO Dr It A Joooi the olever dentist has bought a hand tome automobile and will spend bill Idle moments this tummer and fin spinning over the beautiful country DONT forget to corns to town Tuesday next AIII1td at 1 ocloek and vote for Judge M 0 SaoOcy for Ap pcllale Judge Yon owe It to yourself TOcr MHiitv aid M democracy to do It The INTBRIOR JOURNAL an will be at Liberty court oext bro- lay sue 1 Doet tall to hunt him op If yon bassbuslaoss with ibis po per Ho will be sera the Ant day ORI1 1 KlLLtMO IX IIOCXCAtTLtt Near wilds At liaaw abet ned winded Mart llHbbard Both are farmer nail have famlllee Uaae turrewlBfed to the sheriff tlubbard died IS hours later There was a women In the case TITS grow earnings ftheClnolnca U New Orlcae A Texas Pdolf rallway company for the fiscal year endlot line 10 were the lrgett In the com anys history They were I 78S74 aealeit IS15S4S for the preceedlng year being an Increase of J813SS8 LONDON FAIREd A Ohllton tbs lever secretary of the London far which will be hold Aug 01 26 20 ha our thanks for a complimentary ticket and a catalogue of the fair The cola logue is one of tbe very prettiest wo havo seen tbls year We congratulate Irene Pearl and RatcllfTe on the ex client job of printing SAM colored wad looked up In jail yesterday by Marshal Jones iuest went over to the jail and told Irs Derrln that Mr Oorrln wanted its 45 Colts revolver and she lot him rave It auppoMng that Mr Herrln bad ont for It Later Marshal Jones found out that ho had gotten It for the pur pOlO of shooting Greeny Hansford iueeta mind eeemi to be somewhat repaired Tim party given In honor of Miss Helon Buasloys lath birthday Wed csdsy evening from 7 to 10 oclock was an elegant affair Tboro wore 47 of her little tripods present and the Ittlo hostess made ovary one tool good to havo been there The house was ocorated beautifully and the colors were pink and green Refreshments lonslstlng of Ices and cakes wore lerVi ed tastily OLD DUTACTitr1MrMiller Warren celebrated his 81st birthday Sunday but he IB aa active as tbo average mau of 50 or 00 Ho walked from Dan vllle a few days ago and arrived at homo not the least fagged no cover ed Mr J W Wallaces shop last week and walked up and down the ladder wltb the shingles with as firm a stop as- a hod carrier of 40 year of ago and an bundanco of experience I RBAD the bargain In Farrla k Coe nd FOR SALB Registered Poland Chi FJa boar James D Shelby 2t OOMR to tows Tuesday T coot Aug Itand vote for Judge M C Saufley appellaU judge Be here by 1 oolool eertaln rain Crab Orchard band will play at the Liberty fair The Brodbead fall will secure the services of the Riot mood boy log RSNTThelittleetororoo Lancaster Street next door to IN THHIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Iy TRAOHBR WArtwA I wanted for District No 42 near Preaeharsvllie Write to or call on J M Cress and D M Anderson Irus tees St A aastBL meeting will begin at thoI ook red Methodist church Sunday week Aug 7 noel continue until tbe 21 Some distinguished colored d vines will be here Pastor J A narbreI tella us J THOMAS PKNCB has bought ort the vchlole and tarmlog Implaraen firm of Canoe A Poe awl will alte barge SaMrday HeUa lUG young man and we bespeak for blat Sriendli SOCOMI U his new Ilea MR Nm POWBLL rave a ohloken upper to a somber of friends the other night and Messrs J Q Boone and R U Jones who were present tell us tbeyI never sat down to such a feast as one given by Mr PowellIDONT fall to go to your courthouse next Tuesday Aug S and cast your vote for Judge M C Saufley for ap pellate Judge Be there by 1 oclock f M and see that your vote la recorded for Stanford distinguished lawyer olttxeeWRnclcsA oar of No 51 was de ratted near Llvlogaten sad about tOO uwere tore op The accident was oautcd by a broken flange oa one of tbo Mrs There was alto a wreck on the 0 V WedooMlay but the damage was sllchl The two wrecks caused No St to be about 71 hours law 30 DAYS Eta Harland colored slole a pair of J8 trouicr yosterd y from Mr II J MeRoberts Mr Me- nIrki cngbt him ID the set sod took him and turned him over to Mar bal Jones He was tried at once bo fare Judge J Po Bailey and given M lays In fail at bard labor HBLD Ui reue F Cook proprie tor of tbe Union Stock Yards of Lex ington bas returned from Bonneted S D where he registered for a land claim on the Sioux reservation but yea unfortunate In that while In the sty waiting for an opportunity to got his name on tbe books be was bold up and robbed of nil that be possessed In cluding even his railroad ticket upon which ho expected to return home Ac cording to his descrlptlpn the town of Bonestoel la filled with rowdies gambler thieve and toughs who think nothing of holding up a man In broad daylight and on the principal streets of the town In light of policemen Mr Cook 1 s the oldest son of Mr and Mrs S R Cook of this place- HUBHLE The Ladles Aid Society realized 15- at their upper Saturday evening Aunt Betsy Spoonamoro Is on the sick list Her many friends hero roo Irret to hear of the death of Mrs Nancy Smith which occurred last week at tbo home of her son at Dabnoy The work of threshing wheat le In irogres horn and the yield Is very ratifying Oats aro being harvested with good results Corn has made onderfuj progress In development and tbe prospect la flattering Mills Luella Grime of Lexington Is tbo guest of Mlsa Lucy Miller Mrs jallccle Underwood and daughter Mlsa Mayme left Tuesday for St Lou is Before returning they wilt visit lUlI thing engineer has gone to West Virginia Mrs Walter Mulkey of Oceola Ark la the guest of her moth 1 ar Mrs Bettle Miller Miss Sallie Anderson Is visiting her deter at I Markibury C CHURCH MATTERS I At a court day dinner given by tbo ladles of the St Rote church at Spring field SlflO was realized There will be a children service at Baptist church Sunday morning Rev Glees will preach at night Mrs Phoebe Hearst mother of Wilt lam Randolph Hearst who was received Into the Catholic church by Arch bishop Keen has become an Adven Baptist NATURES OWN REMEDY MIona No Ordinary Remedy Guarantee Bond With Every Box The unusual way In which Poaayron Of our most reliable druggists soils Ml on emphasizes the faat that this remedy possesses onuiul motile The guar antoe that he gives with every paokag Is plain and positive It Jlo na doe not euro you of dyspepsia ho will return your money Mlb na contains remedies that eootbi and heal the Inflamed lining of tbe atom eels It kelps illgentlon and thus relieve the dtgMilvc system of work and strain It gives pare rich blood and strengthen the nerves to that the whole system ia ImBt up and vitalised while the la Is being curedI600 Kansas and Nebraska horses 75 young mules 60 Indian and Shetland ponies 60 registered Shorthorn cattle and 1000 stock ewes Friday Aug 6th We are going to sell on this date more live stock than was ever sold In Ken lucky at auction In one day Sale com mences promptly at 9 oclock J F Cook S Co Union Stock Yards Lex ington Auctioneers Col George A Dale and Col Ben Peako 2t Highest market price paid for wheat F O B Junction City Ky James D Shelby Junction City Ky St For Sale Privately My honM sad 10 seres of lead sleeted left outside of town llalia on the SoneMoi eke house has T rooaa kitchen end set rsats room good caller Mable sad all necMMtry oatballdlngi Water hydraet In tbe yard end ODe for stock J P RAILBY nFOR FANCY GROCERIES n Candle reels Etc CRy on E 8 Pays rub Ofchurd Ky Cardv use lee4 freak u- allfIT on hand UMBRELLAS Recovered aad repaired and made almost u good as new for a small amount I can Hi your umbrella better than the repairer and for lets money Give trampI lraar FRANK ATKINS IMway saloon GOOD RICE Prors I11t0eet wine whisky and beers Special dealers Lexington famous Illue irate Beer Onie keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 66 Stan ford Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial CB8- LeXInGTOn DeffiOCllC Is the only Tally Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It especially dovoted to the Interests of CD the Democratic party and give all the now without fear or favor W P Walton Editor S Pror Lexlntorii Ky Strayl atsat Half Price Any Straw Hat in Our House at ONEHALF the Former PRICE There will be lots more warm weather in which to wear Straws Pick while the Pickiug is Good Ii b W CUMniNSMCLARY 1 I ClosingSeason i r e The time has come when Summer goods must go Our first lines to be sold will be our entire stock of Straw Hats and Ladies and Chil drens Slippers and Boys Low Cut Shoes None of these goods will be sold for j more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price is CA- SHMcROBBRTSUeJe Stanford Kentucky Stanford Male And female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY First term begin Monday Sept 5 1001 The member of our Faculty are all expe rienced teachers and of the hlgheat degroo of scholarship Everything taught from the point of view of the practical and that which leads to the highest degrco t general cul ture Wo earnestly lollclt the cooperation of all who are Interested In educational work OSOAIt B PALMS Ph D Principal The Great Danville Fair Aug 34 and 5 asset emxrms- r Wait for it and make your arrangements to go all three days Better this year than ever For particulars write HC BRIGHT Secretary THE JNTERIORJOURA1 alIeJondcZaxfabitaba =um0wym eta0Fxi09 At 1 PERYEAR CASH t av WhiG lIot sopsldsiaOO will Bschsned I KNOXVILLE DIVISION NorthIot p m M Train going a mo 025 0 SOlltht217amf- o3 NEW LIVERY STABLE L WItJ11XE k 87N Pr2r6 JUNCTION CITY KY r rintOlasi Turnouts at Reasonable Ratel Special Attention to Trawling Men and Hay For Sale J H IOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Also Dealers InStreetGallon ulan Depot Coalt Jesse W Sweeney raorBiETon Livory Fcoi and Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horses woll fed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Danl Traylor DKALtB IS WIilskli Brandy Wines Bees Giaars Etc Oarpenter House STANFORD1 KY 01011 to Depot nclIIJrQlllptattntlon TO HOUSEKEEPERS You mar need new mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains ticks frames aereons tablM1chainwashstands chamber suit water sets lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machines wrIng- ers wall paper carpet paper trunks lobo scopes carriage paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agonts Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to nee 111 We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county lams for sale and will be pleased to show any oae what we have If you to sell place It In our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky Insuransc 11eY fi ent Solicits a share of the patronage ol the property owners in the- counties of Uncoln and Uasey who may be seeking Insurance against fIre Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLIne Com panies represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky Draping Palri 2825 Keeley St fitrriii ILL Oct 2 1WV2 I suffered with falling and congestion of the womb severe pains through the groins I suf terribly at the time of menstruation had blinding headaches and rushing of to the brain What to try I knew not for it Beamed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick wcmen I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I the medicine New blood seemed to course through veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman cu lira Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by taking Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in oases requiring directions address AdvisoryrtMedicine Co Chattanooga Te- nuWINEe1CtLRDW s Yt HARVEY HELM Of Stanford Is a candidate rr Centre to thts the Bjfhth district subject to the amen Of the deme cutlc party HON D L MOORE el Mercer county Ii a tsnlMst for Cntrrcs In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G 0 Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic raY Your sup port Is earnestly solicited G Q GILBERT Of Shelby Is a ctnJKlite for Congress subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is a candidate fur Judge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action of the democrat raY THOMAS D NEWALND 8R Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject te Us action of the democratic raY GEORGE W DeBORD Ii a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Is Ue edam of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR subjectIeJESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tat action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS subjectGDINK FARME- RI a candidate for Jailer of Uncetn county sityttt to las action of the Deraocratk party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate fsr Jailer sikject U the attten of the lisiscratk party W I HERRIN Is a candidate fsr Jailer subject to the actfea of the- IemKratk party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a tandliite fsr Sspefhrtendeat of Pubic Scbests ef Linear GtenQr satfett ta Uw actten ef the deot iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the actfsn of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is candidate for reelection for Superintendent of HokUc Schools of Lincoln county sublet te the ac tion of the DeawcraHc party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln comity sub jed to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coely sub Ject to the action of the democratic party D c ALLEN eosatysubled EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Unc4ne uty subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON- Is acaadUate for Assessor of Latcsta cosily srt jtct tbe action of UN deaocnttc prep E D KENNELY Is a oaadUals for Assessor of LSKOSK sbtect to the action ef the democrat arty JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for covstbr attorney of Ltecota covUy subject to tie action olflM democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln coorty b a candidate for the Hsu assn Per SUM Senator la this district subject ta the acHeo of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM haltltomoIeNTr Tall to Botor Orgy ColorCoimaandtUOat hhureta J L Beazley 8 CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODB1L1II1K FInrultureMattingsRugsThey kInds Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G McCLMYEMBALMER And Deilearln HABNESS SADDLES Ga Stanford Ky IN MEMORIAM I A few weeks ago a Urge concourse sorrowing friends followed the ofI stricken loved ones as they carried remains of Miss Fannie Powell to I last resting place In the Bustonvlllo cemetery Barely past middle age and seemingly In the best of health for the passage of years garnered for her only the fruits of verity and of a useful Christian life she wae stricken down I with piralysU Bravely and calmly almost gladly she recqttntzed that her dayi on earth were numbered and that her spirit was hourly approaching Ita mansion with Christ But sad It was to those who bad ever listened with respect to the word of counsel comfort and cheer which always fell iron her lips when they were condemned to silence from the helpful tongue as she lingered through the slow days mute and still and saddest for her best loved ones those whom she had guider through youths morning those whom she had lived for and who bad known her lUoe domestic sunshine and use fulness saddest for there to be barred from the noble thoughts of hope and love always replete with helpfulness and from those sweet farewell messa gee so longed for which doubtless coursed through her mind and some times shone In the expressive eye but which were dented utterance to the anxious watchers Ob was the thought could she but talk to us a lit tie and comfort us for her loss But nay such was not BU will and when the spirit took Us night we could but say In Brownlnga words Her life bad mboy a hope and aim Duties enough and little cares And now waa quiet now astir Till God bond beckoned unawares And the sweet whltebrowlsallof her The tides of humanity flow In and ebb and Hilll the great world rushes on apace but when lives like here dropout there le It seems a yawning gap All are loved and needed la each dear home circle many lead useful and pralseworthy lives but to fewhas beet vouchsafed such a sphere of wide spread fruition of such various and goodly works as hers and all who knew her thought her a woman nobly planned to warn to comfort and com mand Always strongminded and persistent In duty her path was ever toward the higher plates of righteous ness Her motto must have been Then life leto wake not sleep Rise and not rest but press From earths level where blindly creep Things perfected more or less To the heaven height far and steep Her place from girlhood was never vacant as a faithful teacher In the Sunday School Each Lords day yquthl and maidens who loved her came to gather to hear the words of Instruction counsel and cheer that fell from her lips till now as noble young men and women they miss the familiar face the kindly smile the hearty hand clasp with aching hearts and feel that none can take her place for the had taught them from their youth up A noble fullfruited life was hers We feel that again In the words of Brown lot we may say she Looked beyond the world for truth and beautv Sought found and did her duty If In the heavenly world mortals perfect what on earth was begun then Inhaling the purified air In the fair heaven flelds we shall tee her going to and fro on the Master business doing missions of mercy and love and with children and heavens youth around her Instructing In words of divine wis dom Then let not hearts bow down with grief or heads bend low The sun of a life on earth has set for a while the night of her loss shuts In but ahl there it a morning land just over there just over the river of death A O Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding all that is done by boards of health and charitably Inclined persons the death rate among small children is very high during the hot weather of summer mouths In the large clUes 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 Oholera 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 Chamber bins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem cdy on hand It has 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 Kentuoky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky lairs or 1001 as far as reported Danville August 33 dave Harrodeburg August 91l days Lawrenceburg August 164 days Liberty Aug 17 18 10 BrodbeadAug171819Sbepberdevllle 4 days Shelbyvllle Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 2t1 days Somerset Aug 304 days Nlcholasvllle Aug UO3 days Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aup 314 days Ellzibethtown Sept 64 days Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 00 days Falmuuth Sept 284 days LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J M Reynolds bought of Mr M H Welch a lot of corn at 1tat the crib J R Beazley sold to E T Beailey of Harrodsburg a sorrel gelding for 200D G Fox A Co will be at Stanford Monday Aug Stb to buy 100 mule colt and 50 yearlings St J C Boiworthd wheat threshed out 38 bushels to the acre and he sold It e- OOoLex Democrat LOST A 100 pound black and white sow Thin in order Reward J H Thompson Preachertvllle Wanted 50000 bushel of wheat at highest market price delivered at Moroland or McKlnney D S Carpen ter HustonvlUo Fon SALE I have a 21bor e power gasoline engine and a No 12 Geneva cutting box with 12 feet of carrier All In good condition J B Cameo bob 4t Wisconsin milks more than a million cows and turns out 00000000 pounds ot cheese per year Thl comes from nearly 2000 cheoio factories all over the State It this cheese were shipped all at one time It would make 3000 car load or 125 trains of 25 cars each Tbe governments report for the past week says that ralu Is needed in the Ohio Valley Complaint of ruit In wheat have bleD reported Cotton bat suffered materially from lank of cultl vation and too rapid growth Tobacco continues to do well In all States A red steer with some strain of Jer soy weighing about 850 pounds came to my father place about a year ago Has white streak In right lank and la white between fore leg Owner can get him by paying for this notice and bla keep Ed L Traylor Gilbert Creek Kv it I would +earlyellnight long writes jjln Chic Applegato of Alexan drla lad and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough fright fully nod spit blood but when all othei medicines failed three 1100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 63 pounds Its abso lately guaranteed to cure Cough Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat aDd Lung Trouble Price 80c and 8100 Trial bottles free at Pcnnyi drug store An Ellzabetbtown special says The assault on Mr Carrie Nation by J R Neighbor hat awakened u great leD II ment against saloons In the town The preachers have resented the attack In their pulpits end a petition ii being circulated for tbe purpose of voting on the question In October of whether li quor shall be told In Ellitbetbtown A big union tent meeting will be held and an effort will be made tovota wbl ky out of tbe town No Pity Shown For years fate was after me oontlnir ouily writes F A Qulledge Verbena AlaII1 had a terrible ewe ef tJlw causing SI iHroots When all fallen Uuckleni Arnica Salve cn ed me Equally good for Darn and all aohet and pains Only 26e at 1ennys Drug Store battle of Ta Tobe Klao h said to have lasted all day tbe Ruislan finally being forced to retreat Tbe Japanese firing line extended 16 miles There are conflicting reporte as to tbe evacuation of New Chwang tbe mill tary authorities at St Petersburg claiming to have no official conflrraa tlon of It When bilious take Chamberlains Htomtch and Liver Tablets For Sale by all druggists r George Columbus of West Liberty committed suicide with laudanum Lumber Notice I All kind of lumber boxing fencing for sale by II T Hnjuelair OrabOrchard Ky Can deliver If party wlshtfs Produce Wanted I Will pay you the best market price for eggs bens hides feathers etc Call and be convinced at H D Northcott Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy staves spokes headings lumber log etc Will pap highest cash price at Moreland D II 0 Poyton Dr J B Beck DENTIST Offico In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Have Your Buggy fainted It will cost you only IS I use the best of paints and varnishes and guarantee ray work to be flrstcluw Gull at shop Somerset street and sue specimen of my work IIousu putntlngand p per J1IELDENIand satisfactorily lone J To Wheat Raisers I Wo will store in our warehouse and eleva tor alto handle and take pruper care of your wheat FREE OF OIIAHCJE until Dec I1UOI We further free to pay for the game the price delivered JfO II at More land Station from the commission mer chants ot Cincinnati 0 D M LIPt3c SON Hustonvllle s LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 6 CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO a Directors J B Paxton OWIIyS W 0 Walker Qoo W Garter j H Foster L O Gooch WUUummlni nrllthtIt w II Shanks TheSuccessors to Farmers Dank Jk Trait Company and under name contlnuouilyfur SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneBclal First National Bank Of Stanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution Wit orlglnatlyeatablllhed- al the Deposit lank of Stanford In UU then reorganized as the National hank of Stanford In 1SB5 sad again reorganised as the First National Ilatk of Stanford In 1S8J having had practically an uninter rupted existence for II pears It Is better for trans-act1ngbusinesd well than ever before In It long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited A S Ky None A in OSssoTtr UaBoUrta Drn Store In tbs Owsle- filnUclnt All work and s roa AT FOR I Having decided to iult the buggy bust ness I will sell for the nut 60 days at cost tut cash a car load of Haggles Surrey Phaetons and lluckjoards also a lot of Harness They are all the latest style and best make fart of the Tehlele are rubber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before ther are all gone OURTia DOVER Crab Orchard Ky Sept 8 1001 As of the estate of J V Coffey deceased I will offer for sale and with the consent of Joseph OolTey their on tire farm of 300 acres of as good land as Ie In the county with and all ueces sary 3 good barns 3 of them Tory large good fencing plenty of stock water all In grass except abjut H acre The farm lays well on the Ilusiouvlllo and Danville pike In good and In ono ratio of depot on 0 8 lloud If not sold before the Stb of will then be sold to the highest bidder Upon that dote I will sell personal property of hay off of 8S acres millet teed off of OS acres wheat oil of JO acre turn off of II acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling mule 2 brood mare 13 yearling cattle 1 binder 2 mowing mscUnes I disc harrow as good as now fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant er Oliver Ohlll plOw No 201 corn shell er 2 A harrow1 hay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 hay frames onehlf Inter est In 0 acre of tobacco 80 to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed 16000 tobacco sticks some old corn 1 and harness 1 sad dIe bridle and blanket 250 locust pasta fur wlro fence 100 white oak posts for post rail fence 60 locust for post rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun1 told watch I all ver watch I farm roller 35 heirp brakes 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows Any one desiring to coo the place con call on me or Joseph Goffeyon the place and we will show them pleasure Sale will begin at 0 oclock sharp have IT shares of turn pike stock In the Mlddluburg k Liberty Turnpike 1M shares of stock in the Mid dleburg TEBMSI The farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two years time with lien retained on land W A Corny Admr Toys ENGLISH Auc A- j Officers B u SHANKS President Cashier M BRIGHT t Atst Oaibler C I B HOOKER Presl BT llAHHio V Pres 11 Obr W II WKAUKNAsst Ohr Directors I V Reid DanTtlle B T Harris Stanford J B Hooker Stanford KL Tanner MoKlnney M D famore Stanford Ja Itublnson Hubble J H Ilauchman Stanford J 1leUu Stanford Ed Carter Stanford Tablets Lettering WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky I C Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R PRICE Burgeon Stanford Dr OSWilliams DENTIST guaranteed sonablo- Hustonvillo Kentucky IUGGIES COST CASH I Administrators Sale administrator residence outbuildings neighborhood September consisting Cemetery 1JIW OffIcers McKOnEUTS I UaugbmaulltantordT 1once rtheMcCormack Dealer McCormack HustonviI1ek THE CALVERT Mlw Willie K Honker 11Ollrltlrolloi 3641 Finney Ave Ste Louis ISonson of I0O4 Crib Orchard Springsa Kentuckys Most Delightful Summer Rsssrt Four Hotels Capacity 00II Guests Famous CrnbOrchnrd Springs As the heated term approaches the thought arise where shall I go to seek rest and quiet and find pleasant oays and oool nights This can be answered Crab Orchard Sprlngs for nearly a century has proven a model Summer resort soil this hlltoryTberefound The days are never oppressively warm while the night are dtilghtfulljh pleasant from June till October The tam ous Orab Orchard water from which is Ohalybete springs close to the Springs Hotel A new Epson Welt has been opened and the use of the Salt Sulphur Well at depot has been secured The TableNeither money nor pains will be spared 10oJ make the table the beet to bo found In tucky Fine cattle mutton pork and poul try fattened on tbe Springs farm not cur fussed anywhere Improvements Crovedliberally used The grounds nro In the very pink of condition and present u scone lovely to behold just now All of the walks have been icgravolled Also a complete job ot plumbing Just about completed from top to bottomSociety and Amusements Orab Orchard Springs has long been noted IIentlrofashionable homo life are laid aside while each Individual promotes his or her own happiness In contributing to the happiness of others Rates The rate aro verr low considering excellency ot the service For IS to liD tbetweek delightful rooms and splendid tare be obtained ttiSeason Opened June 1 The season opened Juno let and all dur ing the Summer n splendid band of music will bo In attendance For further particular address J B WILLS MnnaoerICrab Orchard Kyoo a t