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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALw ItooL xxxn 8TANFORDKY TUESDAY AUGUST 2 1904 SAM NO 4r I1 RENDS INHUMAN FORM Taken from the Lou svlile Times 1 Many yean ago two men and ibcoo t women made tbetr ajJpearanea In LIn- t cola county Ky and camped by tho Wilderness road about a mile from Stanford Tbey gave their camel at Harpe and claimed to be emigrants from North Carolina One of the men was very large of stature UK countenance was bold fe I rooloui and exceedingly repulsive Oil limbs were Rlifaotlc bony and muscular and bit whole appearance revealed nothing but villainy and cruelty His hair was very thick coarse end of a fiery red Oo wore no hat and bli few clothe wero filthy and ragged Oe carried a rUle In bis bands and a knife and tomahawk In a broad leather belt fattened around his waist He was the leaderThe other Harpe was tbeoouuterpart of his brother In appearance except that he was very small of stature Two of the women IVg Harps wives were coarse dirty anti of an ex Jccedlngly shabby appearance while the other the wife of Little arpo was equally shabby but was fttfctiral and educated Tbey remained at their camp on the Wltferness road two days and nights spending the time In drinking and de 01 I bimhery When they left this place they took tbo road leading to Green river and tho day after their departure a wealthy y6ung man from Virginia was robbed and murdered In the Wilderness road which runs through Itockoaitle Hill The Harpos were at once suspected and a party of armed men went In pur A suit of them After encountering many difficulties on thy way they came upon tbem while oneamped In a bottom of Ureen river Casey county and forced them to surrender They were taken back to Stanford The evidence against thsm was con clusive and they were plated In the f Stanford Jill The district conrt be leg la session at Dtnvllle they were tent to that place for trial At Dan ville they broke jail and made their es aap Not long after this they were beard of In Atialn county near the town of Columbia where they murdered a f obit This little fellow was walking quietly along the road carrying a pillowcase fun of Hoar when these In human fliods belly murdered him aid threw his body Into a sinkbole All along their path toward the I mDHth of Green riper were the Mark n t of dMtrantlov murder aid rot brv wnHWtol by this tornado They ar- den when tbre was DO oeeatloa to rob A little girl was caught by them and killed Oae night a man named Slagall went ti Robinson LI cto get salt The narpes dressed themselves In the guise of Methodist preachers and r sought lodging nl Slagalls house Mrs Stagall ber babyand a lodger were the only oooupants besides the preachers that night Tbo bet room was given to the preachers and every attention possible was shown them ID the dead of night the Uarpes crept down stairs after murdering the lodg er and brained Mrs Stagall and the baby They then sot fire to the house t and lift They came across two men who had camped a short distance from the Sta gall house These men were returning from Robinson Lick where they also had been for salt The Qarpes caught these two men and told them they wore under arrest for arson They shot one of them and tbo other broke loose and t ran Qc was soon overtaken and kill edStagall returned homo that day and was almost overcome with grief and outrage at the loss of his home and fam llv Ho secured the services of Capl Looper who was a powerful and fear less man They collected four stalwart I men and started on the search for vengeance + When they arrived at the camp they found only the women there who up on seeing the armed men warned the flames who had gone Into the woods to kill a traveler The outlaws mount ed ther horses and rodo off In different directions Leeper singled out Dig Harpo and followed him with Stallallwhoao horse was not so fleet la the rear Llttlo t Harpo succeeded in making good his escape After chasing Dig Harpa about nine miles Leaper camo within gunshot and fired The ball paencd through the outlaws thigh and entered the home tt ho was riding which foil dead As the i horse full Big darpoa gun was wrench s ed from his hand and the horao pinned him to the ground Leaper ran up to whore the outlaw was lying and found that one leg was broken by iho bullet and the other crushed by the dead horseI When Harpe taw Mr Lcopercomlng toward him be became frightened and begged not bu killed t t Never fear me aowt said Leeper Stagall coming and I will not answer for him I Harpe then begged piteously for Leeper to protect him In a few moments Stlgall rode up and wlibout uttering a sound leveled his rifle and shot the wretch through the head The two meotben severed the bead and stuck It on a pole at the forks of the road where the lines to Henderson MorganHeld and Uopklnsvlllo later sect and to this day the spot Is known as Uarpes Head Little Harpe Joined Masons band of outlaw and soon became wealthy Fl Dilly the band became so notorious that the goveroor oI Mississippi Territory offered a reward of 1500 for the heal of MasonLittle Harpe concluded to get the reward himself so teeing Mason In a think eanebrake counting his money be shot him and cutoff his head He carried It to the village of Washington capital of the Territory aid claimed the reward Here be was reoognUad by a man who had once been robbed by Masons gang and Little HArpe was at once ar rested and pUesdlnJill He wastrlod fonnd gelllv of murder and hanged Tie wives of the men were are rested at the time of the Stagall mur der and planed In Jill at Ilusjellvllle as accomplices They were tried and acquitted Stagall and a party of fol lonTeri Intended to murder the women after they were acquitted but Judge Ormsby ordered the women back to Jail Toe sheriff locked them up but knowing that they would not bo safe from the mob took them out secretly alter dark and hid them In a sink hole The next night be removed them five miles from Itussellvllle to acave where bo kept them supplied with food until Stagall and party left Then the wom en made their escape The women told tbo sheriff that their husbands were once arrested at Knoxvllle and put In Jail lor a crime they did not commit After their release they vowed vengenqa against all mankind and said they woulU rob and murder aotll they wore killed The wife of Little Harpe who cams I of a good family afterward married a respeolable man of Mississippi end they reared a large family all of whom were noted for their honesty sobriety and Industry MRS G R WILLIAM Tho Unpardonable Sin Mr J S Hughe of West Point Kyt was in the shy yesierday Mr Hegkei has base over the j3tate cue siderably and nude the seailment for Parker vary strong everyb ra Toe free silver men are for him to a uiio and the figures all point to the largest majority for denroeraey In Kentucky yearsMr besides being one of the best democrats In tbo country wan a gallant Confederate soldier He was a lieutenant In Grlgsbys regiment the nth Kentucky which was until slier the battle of Murfreesboro under Gun Wheeler when It was transferred to ion Morgans oommtnd Asked tf be would attend tbo reunion of Morgans men at Parke Hill In August bo replied hI think not Since men who have gone over to the enemy push themselves forward etluob gaib erings to the exclusion of truer and bctur men I take little slock In so called reunions By the way he added I have for 60 years or more been trying to find out what Is the uppardonablo sin My efforls wore rewarded some time BCD whsa a veteran remarked that It was a sin committed by a Confederate soldier when bo voted the republican ticket Mr Hughes Is gotllngalong In years All Confederates are but the fire that burned in his bosom In 1801 when he left home and friends to fight for the cause he loved Is far from being extin guished and It will never bo entirely put out till he answers the last buglo call Lexington Democrat Taken with Cramps Wm Kirmio a member of the bridge gang working near Llttlcport was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera Ills case was so severe that he had to have the members of the crow watt upon him and Mr Glf ford was called and consulted He told them he had a medicine In the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses wero administered with tho result that the fellow was able to bo around next day The incident speaks quite highly of Mr Glfforda medicines Elk Ader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep It in your home it may save life For salo by all druggists p Prof von Plloe of the University of St Petersburg is In this country for a stay of several weeks NEWS NOTES The Galveston Texas seawall has been completed at a post of 11108318 Hon J M Dawson former member of the Legislature Iron Simpson county Is dead Cutter Gardner murderer of Squire and David Osborne was executed at Munfordsvllle John Weed a wealthy coal dialer of Harrison N J died In one of his de livery wagons William Hovt of Mollne III pulled his wife all the way from there to the Worlds Fair Isaac A Darn urn an Inventor once worth halt a million dollar died In poverty In Drooklyn J F Loooev a retired mirohant of Shreveport La was run down and killed there by an automobile Rev Father O Kelllv of Birmingham Ala hurt by being thrown from his horse died of his injuries The body of Robert L Wltllson of Cincinnati who was drowned near Hanover Ind has been recovered Sheriff Dill of Colorado basdeclared that be will not RiUraowe protection to deported miners who return to the district Russia has agreed to fully Indemnify Gorman shippers and their consignees for any losses sustained by the seizures of German ships Russia has promised to make all amends for the sinking by the Russian squadron of the British steamer Knight Commander AU tho big colliers of the Philadel phia and Reading Company In the Scbuylklll district will be shut down from July 30 till August 8 The Illinois Life Insurance Company which took over the business of the Mutual Life of Kentucky has aq pounced Us withdrawal from the State G A R Post No 15 of Louisville has refused to attend the reunion In Boston under command of the colored Junior Vice Commander R C Pearce Samuel H Cordell an Insurance agent of Dallas Tex shot and killed his wife as she lay asleep and blew out his brains leaving two children bome lets Ap order published announces that beginning August 1 all salaries of St Louis Exposition employee above 160 a month will be reduced from 6 to 20 per centA Negro wboUeltberoratyor sham mlng appeared heavily armed at Obi sago and announced his Intention of petting an end to the strike by killing the strikers Receiver WOTaefaloflhe Newark Sayings Bank Newark 0 was found dead la tbs north fork of the Llaklng river He loft a note Indicating that ha had killed himself M Von Plebve the Russian Minister oftha Interior was assassinated by a bomb which was thrown at his carnage as he was driving to a railway ela lion to make his weekly report to the EmperorTwenty thousand cotton operatives the Fall River Mass district have been notified by their late employers that they must accept the proposed J2i per cent reduction of wages or the mills will be closed till October The problem of admitting Filipinos to the Kentucky University Is a serious ono for tbo Board of Directors lo solve Some aro of the opinion that tbo Fill pinos should be classed as Negro and excluded under the Day lawpreventlng coeducation of the races In Kentucky Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqua will Institute a friendly suit aagainst Auditor lager seeking to compel him to set aside a certain part 01 taxes from the State Insurance de partment lor the school fund An ear ly decision Is expected from thocourls The rumored capture of Port Arthur Is olllclally denied both at Toklo and St Petersburg It Is announced bow over that severe fighting has been go log on there since last Tuesday Fight- Ing Is also reported to be In progress In the vicinity of Hla Cheng where the Japanese have begun a hot artillery attack The leaders of the strike at Chicago assert that they will win without the Intervention of President Roosevelt and declare that they will not appeal to him President Roosevelt has stated that the situation does not yet present a national emergency as did the coal strike and that It has not passed tbo scope of local treatment The packers are still confident of victory Sheriff Barrett when appealed to declined to Interfere with the plans of the police To the Worlds Fair via Queen sir Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For information address W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O G E Olarko T P A Lexington Ky Former United States Senator Davis of West Virginia is said to own 1000 acres Of land for each year of his ago Ho Is 81 Mamie Taylor was shot and killed at Winchester by Ell Casey also colored LOT H W LAN DRAM tjEditor of the Lancaster President of the Kentucky Press Ae sociation A clever gentleman with only one fault I a be votes the repub lican ticket occasionally Be Is young however and wo hope and believe be will outlive that folly- HUSTONVILLE Rev George O Barnes passed tbrtIhere last week en route from Washington Oily Quite a number ot cases of whooplrg cough In OL al reed form are preys lent lu our community Miss Gcorgle Dunn of Honey Grove Texas and Miss Francis Phillips tf Knoxvlllf are guests of the Misses DlnwlddleDrye ton of Mr and Mtr W L Evans who has been seriously III Is thought to be out ofdanger Miss Helen Hocker Is visiting Mite Mable Drye at Lebanon ABC Dlnwlddle bought of Pipes iJohnson tbelr stock and vehicles and Is preparing to cater to the wants or the traveling public He will furnish first class rigs at reasonable prices Casey seems lo be the pivotal county of the llth district In the race for the republican nomination for Congress If this be true Edwards would win If the election was hold today The Hustonvllle ball team defeated a nicked nine from Danville Saturday bv a score of 15 to 0 The Danville term failed to make a base hit Butteries Bishop and Frye Tlllev Moore and Llnney Rev W W Bract who has been quite slok for some time has about re pulI vice on this ooeaMon will be greatly augmented with some solos bv MlesLe lla Wheeler the sweet voiced soprano who Is a graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory Cpt S D Van Pelt and little graud daughter Florence Nichols of Dan ville spent two days with the family of Mrs Mary Drown Mits Georgia New burn who has been attending the Mo Cowan Oral School at Chicago arrived homo yesterday for a months stay On Sept 1 she will join the entire school atst Louis where two months will be spent teaching and at the same time taking advantage ot the great fair The young ladles gave a delightful moonlight luncheon Monday evening at tno fair grounds Among those pres ont Misses Nell Adams Ada Alcorn Edna Camnltz Lura Lippe Prill and Kit Newbiirn Pearl Rout Mary Car penter Lucile Cooper of Stanford Lu cy Wells ot Virginia Mrs Walter VanArtdale Messrs Pennlngton Car pinter Ball Camnltz Frye Morse Williams Bishop Adams Baugbman and VanArsdale Charles F Montgomery and MUses Julia Stagg and Pearl Montgomery of Liberty and Miss Mary Carpenter of this place attended the Crab Orchard fair MM Mary Wray of your city Is the guest of her daughter Mrs H C Baughraan Misses Nell Adams aud Maude VanArsdalo and Jesse Carpen ter will attend a house party given by Mrs B C Allen at Harrodsburg dur fog the fair H B Hooker of Dan vile Is with his parents here enjoying a vacation Miss Lucile Cooper has returned to her home in Stanford after a pleasant visit to relatives here Miss Edna Llpps Is at home from an extend od visit In Virginia and brought as her guest Miss Lue Wells Miss Besslo Thornton aged 14 years of Bradfordavllle pas struck by light ning while talking over the telephone She was rendered unconscious and re malned In that condition for several hours The bolt of lightning that came In on the wire also struck two other little girls who wero standing near the phone but they soon recov ered John Grater puronmed from S H Baughman of Siaoford the threeyear old colt Doty by Frank Etsman Col lier by Concregan The purchase price was 500 and the youngster which Is In good form will be sent to Fort Erie to be raced during the present meeting Lexington Democrat Vocation suits j j Built for Summer Comfort no lining in the Coats except a little around they shoulders Come in and get one before I yon leave for your Summer trip 8SO to16e50 stets settssss T D mILLER Danville KB- a THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection a Wickless Oil Cook Stove from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goude clerks and Harve Steward porter NimpsPumpsrj I nm n pump itmu ali ovor mid I sell the Pump ing eat Pumps that over was Punipod nod if they dout Pump where I fay theywill Pump I will not Pump any mousy out of the bottom of your pocket I sell Pumps from S2 to S10and fromt2 to 200 fOOt deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS nettle no introduction TIlE RED JACKET PUMP is So onsy to fix You can replace tho valves without removing Pump from well with nothing but n monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work done on short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 S H ALDRWCE Depot Street Stanford K- yDruqgistConfidence t Confidenceno fear of mistakes is what we have built qur trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESSundj PURE MATERIALS are our stock in trade When you want things done right when yon want pure drugs when you are tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every departmentthe best service and the best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR IILAN DRETH S GARDEN SEED 9 DRUGGISTI LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Prttidettt ALTON BROOKS PARKER F of Kn York For Vice Pretidtnt HENRY G DAVIS WM Virginia tJofeKEEP THE RECORD STRAIGHT The following editorial In the Shel by Record a splendid democratic pa per publlehed In Hon Ueorge G Gil f berts home town of Shelbyvllle Is e good that we cheerfully Rive Utbebea most prominent space weve got the district meeting at Nicholas Jaod last Thursday the resolution call the Congressional primary was at Mr Helms dictation by bla In conference was offered In the District Committee by his friend Mr R W Miller who said he did It j aV Mr Helms request and was adopt ed without a vote to spare with Mr Helms hnme county of Lincoln voting for it Mr Helm should have justice him whether be lives In Shelby 1dooe and that ho made less noisej about it and had more to do with call Ing a primary than any other candi w date Is shown by the further fact that bid his county voted for a convention the vote would have been a tie with a warm personal and political friend of Mr Helms In the chair to break that tieWithout Lincolns vote a primary could not have been called There fore in this county where there has been enough and Is vet enough to make democrats blush dont repeat the tale that Helm was forced Into a prl mary Its also an injustice to leave uocor rested the reports that contained the Intimations that Dr Frank Beard voted for a primary to stop the fight to depose him as county chairman In Shelby Dr Beard had said a week I before he knew of the ridiculous anap committee meeting that he had come to believe a majority of democrats in this county wanted a primary and that he would so vote He could eaelly afford to do so at Nicholasvllle after he had made such a spectacle of those who were there claiming his rights after he had been recognized by the chair and bad been elected secretary of the meeting by the whole commit teeNow lets all cool off till after the primary We dont know how all our readers are going to vote when they go Into the booths October 1 but we intend to decide for ourselves as they doubtless will for themselves these questions Who jot the candidates Is the most representative of the democrats and people in this district Who has put up the manliest cleanest polit- Ical fight from the beginning of this race Who of them has entered into no combinations and resorted to no trickery to get bis nomination Which one Is the best equipped all things considered and can best be depended upon to perform the real duties of a real Representative In Congress When we get the answer to these ques stone and the same answer comes out each time we have yet worked the problem we are going to vote for him and wont wont the shelter of a booth Iq which to do- ADOLOUS IV claims bavebeen made byI all the republican leaders including Roosevelt that kb4 party they stand for has won the reputation of being aI trust buster and all because of the dissolution of the Northern Securities Company a suit which had been originally I instituted by the governor ofI Minnesota Now Roosevelt Is anxious that Elihu H Root shall accept the gu bernatorlal nomination of the republl cans in the Empire State aa a means of incidentally strengthening the ticket but it Is a known fact that Root has re cently appeared as counsel for the se curities company in a pending 8ultI Thus the attitude of the republican party is one of deception and fraud To the people they are against the trusts to the trusts they are for them thro oUt Do your duty today by going to your county seat and voting for Kentuckys ablest jurist Judge M O Saufley for Appellate Judge No man In the State is bettor or we might truthfully say QS well equipped for the position His election to the high office would be a moat worthy honor to him as well as to the State and the democratic party Lincoln county Is for him to a man but dontfet that keep you from coming to Stanford at 1 oclock this afternoon aud voting for him THE smallness of tire accidental president of the United States Is shown refused to a varIdamaoobjectionable governor wblla be was editor 6f the Greenwood CooamOBwealtb Now what do you think of bitI Lexington Democrat has been ITnE by tats present editor just two I years Before be bought 14 a stock I company sunk nearly 20000 on It The paper Is now a money maker Two years more will make it a yenta ble gold mine Six thousand dollars for six kisses Is what an Indiana man bad to pay undo an order of the court which suggests that he must have been a tremendous ly hard kisser or else the kisses were easily susceptible to damage- POLITICAL Wisconsin Prohibitionists nominated W H Clark of Rlpton for Governor Judge Parker the democratic nomi nee for president has a brother wholl a rotwbllcan Henry G Davis democratic candl alienid has been selected to manage the speak ors bureau of therepublican campaign The Fourth district democratic con grekalonal convention of Missouri adjourned at St Joseph after C02 ballots without a nomination Gov Vardamans Roosevelt editorial Is hinted as the reason for official refu sal to christen a proposed Mississippi postoQlce Vardaman Against the wishes of their nominee for Govenor West Virginia repupll cans selected Parkersburg Instead of Charleston for campaign headquarters It is given out that Congressman John S Rhea will not be a candidate for reelection In the Third district E J Hobdy James M Richardson and NatA Porter are candidates for the democratic nomination to succeed him ExGov Benton McMilltn of Ten nessee has withdrawn from the race for the U S Senate stating that the sentiment Is In favor of the reelection of Senator Wm B Bate and that har mony will now prevail throughout the State among the democrats At the county attorneys meeting at MammotbiCave the following officers were elected for the ensuing year James Garnett of Adair county presl dent W P Davis of Pinevllle vice president W J Price of Danville secretary and John Graham of Leltch field treasurer The next meeting will be at Grab Orchard Springs we are glad to state CHURCH MATTERS The C W B M will meet In the lecture room of the Christian church tomorrow Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock Rev T H Coleman of Danville and Rev O M Huey of Stanford closed a- very successful meeting at the Huston villo Baptist church which resulted In 14 additions In a speech to hlscongregatlon Alexander Dowle charged that some of the officers were misusing the funds of Zion and that they were liable to be hauled up for embezzlement unless they made good at once Accompanied by eight armed members of his church the Rey Herman G Porter pastor of the Methodist church Yorktown lad has been preaching at night In the streets against the viola tions of the law on the part of saloon- keepers Rev J I Wills writes us from Har rodsburg to announce thattherewlll be no services at Falrvlew church DearI J H Carters store this county during the mooch of August but that n protracted meeting will begin on the firstI Sunday in September MATRIMONIAL Miss Lottie FlaIan formerly of Rowland but now of Lebanon Junction Mr E C Maiden were married at Nashville July 21th The bride Ie the daughter of Mrs Mary Flanlgan and Is handsome and attractive youug lady while the groom Is a fine young roan and an engineer on the L S N Their friends heartily congratulate and wish them a long and happy wedded life A FRIEND ExGov and Mrs W O Bradley of Louisville have announced theengage mentof their daughter Miss Christine Duncan Bradley to JohnGloverSoutb of Frankfort The wedding will be ofC wide interest as Mias Bradley Is known aoulal circles throughout the 3tateI She Is a young woman of most gracious manners During her fathers incumbency as Governor she was extremely popular at the capital Dr South Is a leading physician of Frankfort and Is a son of the late Barry South NATURES OWN REMEDY Miona No Ordinary Remedy Guarantee Bond With Every Box tThe unusual way in which Penny one of our most reliable druggists sells MI ona emphasizes the fact that this reme dy possesses unusual merits The guarantee that he gives with every package is plain and positive If Jfio na does not cure you of dyspepsia ho will return your money Miona contains remedies that soothe and heal the Inflamed lining of the stom ash It helps digestion and thus relieves the digestive system of work and strain It gives pure rich blood and strengthens the nerves so that the wholo system is built up and vitalized while the dyspepsia is being cured e H LANCASTER Mr Wm Burton whose reputation as a stock trader is well established fback from Martlnsvllls lad much Im proved and able to be at his business againMr O T Wallace of Point Leavell has rented his farm and will bring his family to town to reside Tho difficul brlogInlt The physicians of the town are trying to organize a stock company to estab lish a sanitarium here Either the Dr Herring or the Dr Walters place will be used If this project Is carried out It will mean much to the town aDd com munltyMiss Alice Walker entertained Friday evening at her beautiful home on Danville Avenue in honor of her guest Miss Alice Walker of North Carolina The house and yard were beautifully decorated andat the proper hour delic lane refreshments were served and all enjoyed the hospitality of tho charm log hostess Mite Mary Hughes has returned to her home in Nlobolaavllle after a visit to Mrs Thomas Walker Mill Marga ret Mount has returned to Covlngton after a visit to her parents here Jas OrIchardville Is the guest of Mrs Ed Price Mrs J Roe Young is visiting in Mt Sterling Miss Mattlo Elkin la spend log this week at Crab Orchard Miss Louise Farrls Is at home tom a pro tracted visit to Springfield IN NEIGHBORING L COUNTIES The safe In the depot at Woodbine was cracked and Its contents taken Fisher D Galnesbas bought an In terest In G S Watts grocery at PaD ville John ClVandlver has been appointed regularRalpn 0 Arnold substitute rural free delivery carrier at Harrods burg Charles P Cunningham editor of byhighwaymenand money taken The body of John 3 Klalr brother of Honi William Klalr was found In a pond at Lexington He was a printer daysWillbur glary was shot by Jack Blackerty near Junction City while restating arrest The Negro was wonted at Somerset The city council of Danville will In augurato the use of crude oil on the streets of that city to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt and do away with the mud that is caused by sprinkling Sick Headache For several years my wife was trou bled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe character She physiclane grow worse until she was unable to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and to today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well savs Mr Geo E Wright of New London New York For sale by all druggists Dr J Wesley Hoffman of London Eng Is In this country to study the raising of cottoD with the purpose to make experlmsnta In the cultivation of It in Western Africa for the British Cotton Growing Association No Substitute Offered flay what you will about druggists of fering something just as good because it pays a better profit the factstill stands that 90 out of 100 druggists recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when tho beet remedy for diarrhoea is asked for and do so because they know it is the one remedy that can always be depended upon even in theI most severe and dangerous cases Sold by all drugKlsteIThe democratic committee of the 11 judicial dletrlct will meet at Lebanon today to name a time and manner of electing a nominee for Circuit Judge the district I find nothing better for liver derange went and constipation than Chamberlain Stomach and Liver TblateL F Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale byI all druggists Seashore Outing Via Ca a 0a ROUTE Atlantic City- Thursday Aug 4 Through Washington Baltimore Phil adelphla Stopover prlvilges returning 114 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling and Morehead Good returning until Aug 15 inclusive Through trains without change Engage sleeping oar space now Inquire of your agent for full particulars or write H W Fuller G P A Washington DO G W Bar fey D P A Lexington Ky 1 iY IA S PRICE I tturCODI Stanford KyI IOH OwIqYufdlne IFarm For Sale I I On account or IIIbult i I desire to sell privately mv term of 170 acre located In improvementfruitwhole or divide email house on lower part Q n DARNETT Uustonvllle Ky Dripping Springs Spoars Fishor Mgr p ttplenl1ldtllble lotol1lclDrlpplDgI I Joseph Price THE Infirmary t Is open alt the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con lultatlon Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profc atonal bllli when services are rendered and moat oo paid promptly R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office In MyITS house Parlor Phone SiJ JTIwau Saloon COOD Ie RICE Prors rinoat wine whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington fatnon Dine Orass Heer 0e keg and bottled 0 Brent Boutbwood mixer Phone so Stan ford Ky E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrvctons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same as Inex erlenced men who are In the business also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank you for past favors I am yours H C RUrLEY the Tailor BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patlJnagelllolicited Horses handled on Stock Pena In Connection Stanford Granite I Marble Co U NXapron ATKU I Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monument marker taoliti etc from our own Lincoln county stone recent discovered the analysts of which proves to be of the sneat quality This atonal lacereral colon Wo eon also furnish stand ard material from any other quarries la the world Phone male office 8i J Boone pre Stanford ICy or T J Muter branch office McKInney ic- yAdministrators Sale Sept 8 loot As administrator of thoestate of J V Coffey deceased I will offer for sale and with the consent of Joseph Ooffey their entire farm of 300 acres of as good land as II In the countywltu residence and all uecov tary outbuilding 3 good barn 2 of them very large good fencing plenty of stock water all In gras except about 60 acres The farm IYI well on tho UuitouTllle and Danville pike In good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on 08 Itoad If not laId before the 8th of September will then be cold to the highest bidder Upon that date I will coil personal property consisting of hay off of 85 acres millet seed off of 85 acres wheat off of 50 acres corn oil of II acres H good work mule 1 yearling mule 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder 2 mowing mtcUnes 1 disc harrow as good- as new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn planter 2 Oliver Chill plows No 201 corn er 2 A harrow 1 hay baler In order 3 two hone wagons 2 frame oDo1I air Inter eat In 6 aero of tobacco HO to 100 bushels of orchard graaa iced 16000 tobacco sticks some old corn 1 buggy and harm Iliad die bridle and blanket 250 locust post for wire fence 100 white oak pott for post tall fence 50 locust posts for rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 diver watch 1 farm roller brake 2 cultivator 2 double shovel plows Any one deslrltg to see the place can on me or Joseph Ooffey on the place and we will show them pleasure will begin at 0 oclock sharp Also have IT shares of turn stock In the Mlddleburg Liberty Turnpikes 1hares or stock tn the Mid dleburg Cemetery TBIIMSI The farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two years time with lien retained on land W A Comer Admr TOMENOU6H Auc a c 7F u Grand LeaUcrt The closing out sale to quit business I is going on Great crowds are buying the many BARGAINS we are offering Get in the push and save MONEY Remember itsf r COST and BELOW COST for you r OWSIKY IILOCK WATCH OlTtt Al8ITHE GRAND LEJIDERfI M Bi Loty G Co S B Lovy u H I MasticReady Mixed 4 a PaintMastic Mixed Paint 1s made from pare lead tine and linseed oil thor oughly mixed If properly applied to well seasoned carfare we guaran IIDOWlIat1tPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford t resting your departed erection suitable Monument exclusive artlstlcdeslgn material Tablets ItheNone t WMADAMSa SON Lexington Ky S c R McCormack P Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Proojduce C R McCormack Hustonville IMPORT SHIPMENT 1 Just received from Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought TO town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best I 1 ever offered Will sell for sort time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GEORGE H FARRIS a COO Stanford Kentucky We Still Have In Stock r Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very lowj1prices W E Perkins Crab Ky Orchard k For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of lund situated just out8l1le of town limits on Somerset room kitchen and aerpike vanta boom lassgood cellar rtable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In yard and one for J P BAILEY p Nh Ky The last place of ones by the of a ale Let It be of and the best 1 a a A the the THE CALVERT I Miss Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave Sta Louis j l On the Remnant Counterp rbis rllaai aLel id 4 i Short lengths of Silk Black and Colors as much as 412 yards in piece at onehalf price Smallery 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 concessions in PRICES in order to CLEAN UP all short lengths Come at ONCE to secure the BEST f SZE 0i EZE 4XSTOE SOs STANFORDIiYI TIIEINTERIORJOURNAISTANFORD t n n no 4t WE are saleagents for Eaitraan and have madI Kodak and Supplies In extra effort to supply the demand of i tbo Atnaiuor Photographer Sbouli you need anything qf ibis kind we wit I make effort to supply you Pen nyi overtoro Stanford Ky t PERSONALS b ttfl C RciLEY U down sick r MATTlE PAXTON U In Koox A rll- t Miss MAUY SIIELIJV li at Crab Or chard Sprigs JOE S Rice li wltb her moth er at Case City I 1 DKJVO CARPEItTEIt bee been quit tick but le better MR ALIIERT DEASLEY iS7 et horn from Wlnona Mlaa i MR W SCOTT MoOqtRE UJo Jack ion county on business 1 I 1 Mica CENA PALMER of Klrktvllla- Is vrjtb Mn A C Hill + Mi8f MAHY PORTMAN of Louisville li with Miss Pearl Gentry Miss VIRGINIA WAURES of Mid dleiboro U with frlendi here Miss SUE TAYLOR HKOLBUAK pent several days at Bitlll Springs DR W B PUNNY of DanfIlle pent Sunday with his mother here MISS LULA CllRlSTMAN U will frloodi and relatives In Loulivlllo J MR R T UAUM of Stearni ha t been a guest at Mrs Lucy Mobleyi MISSES ANNE AND ZOE ELLIS art with Miss Aria Wright et Huitonrlllo CARL MONIN of Nolln his been vli lung hli grandfather MrO J Crow MRS CLEO BROWN li pendlotc a week or 10 with her parents at Mt Vernon t S REVR R NOEL went to SlUei Creek Saturday to hold a two weeki meeting Ma CM JONES and daughter Mist Bllzabeth Jones are visiting friends at WaltonMRS W J DOZiElt U spending a few i dayi with her parenti tlr sod Mri B T PenMRS EDWIN TUOMA80N of tlllert burg li pith the family of Mr Bedell Chancellor MR ClIARLBS CIIANOELLOR of Mllleriburc Wit the guest of Mill Ophelia Chancellor MISS ARBTHU8A MOALISTER hat returned from a protracted visit to friends at Jelllco MRS ADAM M PENCE and dough ter Miss Annie Pence Ira with Mri Salllo Pence In Garrard Dr W N CRAIG and little Salllo Mllli and Walter Walker are spending a week at Dripping Springs Ancuic DUNLAI who writes the On 4Dlt column In the Courier Journal at the Crab Orchard fair MR W A HAIL continue very III Mr George Vaughn who li at his borne tick li Improving ilowly PROF AND MRS J W MOOARVEY of Madison Initltute spent a few days with the Mliiei Van Doreer hero Miss JENNIE RUDY who has been visiting Mill Blanche Van Deveer bni t returned to her homo at Mnyevlllo- MKSDAMES A E GODWIN and B C Branson of Nashville arrived Sunday to volt Mr and Mri Richard Bibb MESDAMES J R DEAZLEY and A C Dill are back from a visit to their parents at Somerset and friends In Cin cinnati- v PROF O B FALLIS who will have charge of Stanford Main and Female Seminary next eeeslon has moved with his family to the college MR AND MRS T J CURTiSand Mr and Mri Wm Arbuckle of KlrklYlllofc attended the Crab Orchard lair and were guests at the Springs MRS DR CALDWELL of London Mn U M Ballard of Mt Mrs W R Dlllloo of London have boon with Mrs Russell Dllllon MR T A BRADLEY inspector for the Growers Inrurance was here Sat urday of Borlei most tubI itantlal farmers aa well ai ono of her very belt citizens MESDAMES MARY J WEATUERFORD M A Logan and Salllo Shlpman of HuUonvllle M L Lewi and rUss Car rlo Lewie of California posed thro V to Dripping Springs Saturday CIILOB BACQUMAN Salllo 1MISSES I and Nannie Woods En Mr George D Florence are members of a house party given by Mss Minerva Embry at Wllmore Mn SUELTON M SAUFLEY left yos terday to enjoy a few dave with a hap py house party homenearolWilmore j bryi GOUl1tr J1I1111O countyLex Democrat i t Mn WILL YEAQBR of Flat Lick was the guest of Miss Stolla McClar Sunday MISSES BESSIE ARMSTRONG and El sic Hubert of Loulivllle are with Mr and Mrs J A Allen MISSES JESSIE BUCKLEY of lien derion and Nancy Dudderar and Ber tha Lange of Loulivllle are guests of MIa Sallle Dudderar LOCALS READ tho bargain In Farrli k Co ad JUDD PlULLil3 beenappointee postmaster at Liberty FOR RENT New house of ieve room on Lancaster street W B 0 Btnnon 4 HOUSE for rent on East Main Steoet Stanford Apply to G B Cooper Mrs M K BroaaughaPRANK WALLS died of blood poisn near MIddlebure Sunday The trouble begun with a slight cut on the Index finger 0 A ma crowd attended Liberty court yesterday Bunter Parker and Judge Paul of Somerset all macro republic speechceI1EAnYI am mow ready to recelv guests at Olympian Springs near Mt Salem at 15 ao per week F M Sims Manager IT took nearly asaolumn Sundays Courier Journal to give the names of the guests at Crab Orchard Springs last week TilE Kings Daughters Circle wI glvo a recital at Turnerivlllo church next Friday evening Refreihment will bo served WE are recelvinaour stock of coal for winter supply We guaranty prices quality considered J H Baugbman k Co 2t PAY YOUR CITY TAxeS ready to receive your city taxes slid will br found next door to M D Elmore II Q Jones marshal 2t Six of the nine children of Mr B D Boltiolarf of Crab Orchard are Ill of typhoid fOYer There aro a number of other cues tn the East End YOU aro likely a little tired If you went to tho Crab Orchard fair all three days A few day stay ai Grab Orch ard Springs will rest you up Try it TilE oldel1 Inhabitant does not re member a more delightful July than tbo one Just ended A good portion of the month was ai pleasant ai fall weather 5 4 TilE remain of Mrs Joseph Ellis ton of Covln ton wore Interred at Danville Saturday She was a daughter of the late JaeKion Givens of this county Till editor of this paper acknowl edges with thanks tbe honor of being made an honorary vlaepreildent of the anvlllo fair which begins tomorrow Wednesday and continues until Fri layGAUOIITW H Rousey who ci aped jail at Danville last October Jter having been sentenced to 21 years In the penitentiary for killing Sam ilastln In 1002 has boon arrested In California and will be brought back WE will at 130 P M county court lay sell publicly in front of the court muse 4 16 shares of stock In First Na tonal Bank of Stanford belonging to itanford Male Female Seminary W M Bright J D Paxton committee 2t I MAIIONYNot In our experience in ho newspaper business have wo bad to hronlclo a sadder death than that of ire R B Mahonv which occurred at bout 030 last evening Sunday after noon this excellent wlfo and mother uttered a slight stroke of paralysis but tho family did not consider her angorously ill and when her death wall announced our people were hooked beyond measure She Is sur vlved by her husband Rev R B Ma bODY and daughters Misses Mario and rlrglnla Mahony who are crushed by their Irreparable loss and they and the a2ed mother and brothers have tho ndlvlded sympathy of all After ser ices at her home by Rev O M Buoy at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon the emalni will be laid to rest In Buffalo rmeteryA extended notice will appear Bext Issue LOST Between Pennys drug itor and Beazioyi stable a ladys sapphire ring Liberal reward at this officea THERE greet deal of slcknet down In the Jumbo section Mesdames Pat McGarvey and Alex Decker being quite afct- MARSIIAL o JONES has rented the lit tie storeroom next to Mr M D El mores and will make his olllce there where all thoae who owe city taxes cat call and pay him 0 WILL HANSFORD colored U in Jail charged with stealing a lot of grocerlei from J T Jones at Ibe Crab Orcharc fair fianiford was working for Mr Jones at the time Bis trial it let forI next Tuesday IN the vocal contest held In Danvill under tho auspices of the Baptist church Mss Susan Mitchell of Midway was awarded first and Miss LIllie LeaVell of Bryaotsvlllo second prize ONE of the most successful horsemen at tbe Crab Orchard fair was ourtownt man J Carroll Bailey He got Nx blue and two reds Ills splendid sac de stallion Preston defeated J 1 Crenibawi Kentuckys Artist two out of three shows CARD OF THANKS We desire to thank the good people of this commu nity especially Mrs F M Thompson for their kindness shown us during the illness and death of our dear daughter Louisa who died July 19 1001 Mr and Mrs J C Rays CHARGED WITH BASTARDY A warrant was worn out by Mis Llllle Harris of the Soaperi section charg log Anus Oaks with bastardy and he gave bond yesterday for his appear ance next Wednesday week his trial being let for that day Sheriff Baugh man arrested him at the Crab Orchard fair DEN BARLAN c dwho stole a pair of trousers from Mr H J MoRob em the other day li In bad again He forged the name of Jerry Smother for a e2 25 razor at W H Higgles and also told Mr Higgins that Smothers had sent him after a lack ot flour wblch he let him have Upon Investi gation the above facts were brought to light NIAGARA FALLS unions via tbe L k N to Niagara Falls Aug 2 11 17 and 25 Round trip from Stanford 110 00 limited to 12 days Trains leave Cincinnati as follows August 2 via Big Four 430 P M Aug lJ ye- aCHDandMC2PyAug 17 via Erie R R 115 P M Aug 25 via Penn Lines Cleveland O b B Boat Lino 830 A M MILL SOLD Jesse Traylor has sold to hIs uncle W H Traylor the Dlx River Roller Mills and 30 acres of land tor KJ500 Col Lanhara has rented the mill from Mr Traylor and will continuo the business Mr Jesse Trav lor Is undecided ai to what business be will engage In but we hope ho and his family will continue to make Lincoln county theIr home To sTheINTERIOR JOURNAL has adopted the cashinad vance system as tar as announcements are concerned We charge only 15 for announcements for county offices but the money must accompany the order to insert them Thlt rulo will be strict ly adhered to In tho future Those candidates who have not paid for tbelr announcements aro requested to call and settle for them at their very ear liest convenience It doesnt take but ono time to pay let that time be NOW EDITOR THOMAS of the Liberty sews who has probably road a dozen hapters In the Bible In his long lIfo of 40 years makes this unkind mention of tho good evangelist who is no doubt letter acquainted with Bible teachings than any preacher in Kentucky or probably tbe United States Rev Jeorge O Barnes evangelist has come aod gone and leaves the Impression of icing one of the most curious preachers that wo ever heard He delivered oven lectures at the Christian church to large congregations which paid the loscst attention to every statement be isdo He preached that there were two creations two salvations three belle three baptisms that tho millennium would begin In threo years the end of the world In 10 years and would be seven years In destruction Many JreatIloaLlepreachIDK byhll 1 A STINGY Louisville man bad a bar ber at the St Louis Worlds Fair ar rested because he charged him 8281 for a hair cut Let this be a warning to you Have your locks trimmed by your home barber just before going 0 Tile Crab Orchard fair Is a pleasant memory Tbe last race was finished at 6 oclock Friday afternoon the bans played Home Sweet Rome and all was over The fair was a success from every standpoint and our East Em friends are deservlneof hearty conprat ulatlons for their splendid exhibition good order and hospitable treatment o thousands of people who attended tbel fair The business has not yet beet wound up but wo feel warranted in say log that a good dividend will be declared Following are the awards of Friday 35J Suckling colt either soxby Pence W A Carson prem and cert 36J Pony under 14 hands to be shown in harness Wallace Cover prem 0 E Gentry cert 38 Combined mare or gelding C T Sandldge prem J T Cren Shaw cert 37 Saddle stallion 4 years or over J C Bailey prem J T Crensbaw cert 83 Saddle mare 4 years or over Tom Bright prem C T Sandldge cert 30 Walking mare or gelding Lewis Dllllon prem Barry Dlllloo cert 40 Highschool mare or gelding Tom Bright prem J T Crensbaw cart 41 Fancy turnout shown by lady and gentleman Sam M Owenswlth Miss Annie Per kins of Garrard prem J T Cren ihawwlth Miss Margaret Sallee of Somerset cert 42 Harness mare or gelding any ale Eastland Bonta prem J C Bailey cert 43 Roadster double team J C Bailey prem J T Crensbaw cert 44 Running race f beats 2 In 3 for 3 year olda and up Scott S Coxs Van Hope 1 Henry Barlows Queen 2 Bud Glboneyi Ga zelle 3 45 240 trot mile heats 3 In 6- H C Traynor lEastland Jr Bonta 2 C T Sandldge 3 40 Running race Frank Febr stake U mile dash for 3vr olds andup G P Russell 1 Ben Duncan 2 A B Bs tln 3 47 Mule raco i mile heats 2 In 3 John McWilliams 1 lien Duncan 2 Gov Beckbam on behalf of the Kentucky State officials has accepted the invitation of the mayor ot Monroe Mich to be present Sept 1 at the unveiling of the monument to the soldiers who fell at the battle of tho River Ral sea SAVE MONEY I By buytng coal early Wo have re ceived M carl coal and will sell ata reduced price of from 2 to 3 cents on bushel cheaper than In M dayi from above date KINO A OOX Moreland Ky d LOOK OUT HERE 1 We aro with tho Farmers Roller Mills making Hour In Stanford as white ai snow and ai as the mountain air Do not think It a mistake and If you want flour that will bate a cake Just bring Tour wheat In and D V will take In wilting KENNEDY k 00on you D V FOR SALE I The wellknown Old Port Pharmacy To effect an Immediate sale an 11800 drug atoro Is offered for 11800 cash Tho owner Is going West Nearest competitor Is throe squares North another Is eight squares Weiti none Easter South a terri tory rapidly Improving Situated In tho largest voting precinct in the city Estab lished H years Rent 120 per month A decided Address OLD FORT PHARMACY ToutSTllle Ky N E Cor Shelby do Mulberry Bts BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH laving decided to quit the buggy business I will sell for the next 60 days at cost for cash a car load of Iluggles Surreys Phaetons and Buckboards also a lot of harness They aro all tho latest style and best make Part of tho vehicles are rubber tired Como to see mo and get a bargain at once before they aro all gone CURTIS DOVER Grab Orchard Ky rOS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and rea sonable- Hustonvllle Kentucky 1 p Straw 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 W t W CUMfllNSMCLARY a K Closing Season 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 more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price Is CASH H J McROBERTS Stanford Kentucky Stanford Male And Female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY Pint term begins Monday 6 1104 The members of our Faculty are all experienced teacher and of the highest degree of lobolartblp Everything taught from the point of view of the praJtleal and that which leads to the highest degree of general culture We earnestly solicit the coop nation of all who are Interested In educational work OSCAR B FALLIS Ill D Principal The Great Danville Fair lug 3 4 and S srast sssss Wait for it and make your arM rangements to go all three days Better this year than ever For particulars write Ha C BRIGHJ Secretary w + e r 1 y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I a11elondclayhayllah6 uaQ v wrad Fsidrv- i 1 1 PERYEAR CASH rWhen not sapalifflSOO will btehtne4 w s W l KNOXVILLE DIVISION North 104 p m 24 Train going M It II 2x0am026II II 12 17 m 2SIIo 2o23I to12Mp m NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BURSE tSON Prop JUNCTION CITY w KY Flrst01a Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale L J H BOONE I CO I Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Dealers Call on us an Depot Street Also In Goal Jesse W Sweeney riorniETon C Livery Food and Sale Stable s Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and oared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates JDail Traylor DEALIB IK Whisk Brandu Wines Beer GInars Etc Carpenter House S Olosa to STANFORD KY I dersttorcelv bet cromctatttntlon TO HOUSEKEEPERS i You may need new carpets mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partolst doors glass tables chairs sate wardrobe couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber cults water sets amps chiffon lets folding beds washing machines wring erewall p8percarpet paper trunk tole scopes carriage paint bouse paInt curtain I stretchers carpet stretchers tea PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MOREUAND KY LUTES BOONE a CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All parson wlshln to buy or sell farts will do well to we all We have a number of sine Lincoln sod adjoining county farms for sale and will be to show any one what we have If you desire to sell place a It In our heads Office at Boonas Livery Stable Stanford Ky I RB Muttony insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners In counties of Uncoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but tho strongest and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanfordw Kentucky d Drapg Pains 2S25 Keeley St Oct 2 1002 I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pains through the grpins I suffered at the of men struation had blinding headaches and rushing of to the brain What to I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant- to take and soon knew that I the medicine New blood seemed to course through veins 2j and after using bottles I was a weUwoman CJ aMrs Bush is now in perfect r 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 k sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa healthhy For advico in cases requiring special directions address giving The Ladies Advisory Department ItThe Medicine Chattanooga Te- rmWINECARDUIIt I rr I =n = arF3xMYJfI+SeMirrte = HARVEY HELM Of Stanford k a etaMttc for dams tss In this BebttdhMct subject to UM acttoB ef the derr calk prey HON D 1 MOORE 0 f Mercer county It a ctnJUate fr CenttfSlln Ih Eighth district to succeed lira Q sub tat to the action of the Democratic party Yeur sup port It earnestly solickedG GILBERT- OfShtftrtsacanlUaterVCMcmisitrKt te the action ef the JewocraMe pulp R C WARREN lia eanJUtta for ledge ef the Uncetn county Court subject to the acUoo of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR subJecIGEORGE W DeBORD li a canallate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le tit action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR subjeeIt JESSE C LYNN subjectmto SAMUEL M OWENS li a candUate for Sheriff of Lincoln ceunty subject le the action of the deacratlc patty DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Uneatn eauety sbje t ta Ue action tf tIN Denocratk party JAMES C HAYS ll a candidate for Jailer subject t the settle of the Itoocratk party W 1 HERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action ef th t Itmocrattc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools ef Lincoln County subject ta Ibe action of the demo iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action ef the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON- II candidate fir reelection for Superintendent of HaWk Schools of Lincoln county svkfwt te the ac lion of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate for Aisesstrof Unceta entity sub ject W the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a caodUate for Assessor of LYlcsla cemtr set jet It tin adios if Use demecraMc rartf D C ALLEN aeeysuJettb EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln cmnty sib Sect to the action of the decMcnlk party W A CARSON coaNySeetb sab E D KEN NEt Y aubjecttoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for couatyartoriMyol Llncota couaty subject to tot ateuu of tke Jatea Mc party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the neolnettoi feriState Senator In this district subject to 1M acttae of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate fur Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM rehmoeeOrmyssKAjsffd ucudsuur DmnUii isLe Beazley it CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODIALBXIIM EurnltureMattingsRugsThey kind of Stork a call Prices right 8TANFOED KENTUCKY J+ G+ t4C 11f Y TODESTASESE3IKAXQOSR And Dotloarln I XAHNESS SADDLZBT toIStanford Ky 1es i LAND STOCKCROPS ETC DIck Gentry of Boyle gold to Nel son Morris 200 export cattle at 500 John B Foster sold J H Baujjhrnan ts Co SOO bushels of wheat at DOc W H Shanks sold to J H Uaucb man Co 17 tope of Timothy hay at 110John Lutes sold his lambs at 610 and a lot of fat sheep at 2Jo to 3 10 to Cin cinnati last week Fort SALE Registered Poland China boars James fa Shelby Junction City Iy 2t BC Fox Co will bo at Stanford Monday Aug Sib to buy 100 mulo colt and CO yearlings 3t Farmers who desire to sow Blue Grass will do well to see my seed Q G Lutes Stanford FOR SALE 160 stock ewes fresh from Pulaskl county Price right J H McHargue Hustonvllle Highest market price paid for wheat F O Junction City Ky James D- Shelby Junction City Ky 2t I C Brown bought of Monte Fox 15 1200 pound cattle at 4Jc and of Mr Rlffa 40 100 pound hogs at 4c Tho llvnry building of Davis Lea at Owenaboro was burned entailing a loss of 840000 with 3800 Insurance Lou Dillon the champion trotter made an attempt to beat iOSf to a bleb wheel sulky at Cleveland 0 but fall ed her time being 200 FOR SALE I have a Sihorse power gasoline angina and a No 12 Geneva cutting box with 12 feet of carrier All In good condition J B Camen leoh 4t A red steer with some strain of Jer soy weighing about 880 pounds came to my fathers place about a year ago Has white streak In right flank and II white between fore leg e Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep Ed L Traylor Gilbert Creek Ky 3t 600 Kansas and Nebraska horses 75 young mules 60 Indian and Shetland ponies 60 registered Shorthorn cattle and 1000 stock ewes Friday Aug bib We are going to sell on this date more live stock than was ever sold In Ken tucky at auction n one day Sale com mences promptly at 0 oclock J F Cook Co Union Stock Yards Lex ington Auctioneers Col George A Bain and Col Ben Peake 2t KINGSVILLE Tbe blackberry crop is very good In this locality Large quantities are being shipped every day Mrs W L McCarty Is out after a brief UlneM Sire John Leer arid lit tie daughter Clyde of Narka Kansas are with relatives and friends hero titles Eva Francis is threatened wit fever Mrs James Roy and Miss Luellle G Johnson will leave Wednesday to Spend a short time with friends In Junction City after wbloh they will make brief vIslH to Lexington aad Frankfort Mleees Eunice Wlneton sad France Wlllard Johnson have returned to their borne In the Northern part of the State after a very pleasant visit t their grand parents Mr anti Mrs J L Johnson Preparations are being made for a reunion which will be held In the Bradley woods early In September Parties who are Interested hope to have many attractions and make It moro of a success than ever before A very pleasant party was given Friday evening by Mr and Mrs G T Bradley In honor of Miss Eunice W Johnson Ice cream and cake were served In a very delightful manner and the guests were loth to depart oven at a late hour Mr and Mrs W T Carey and son Clarence of Lebanon Junction are the guests of Mrs F E Carey Master James Roy Is with friends at Junction City He will join his father at Jelll co alter a brief visit In Lexington Miss Annie McKee entertained In a most delightful manner at her pleasant country home Thursday evening Many amusing games were engaged In and delightful refreshments were served at the usual hour Mrs Della McKee Is vlfltlng In Rowland To Old Point Comfort Ocean View and the Seashore C 0 route Sat urday Aug 13 812 from Lexington Ky Train leaves Lexington at 740 I M The famous White SulpburSprlngs historic city of Richmond dellgbtfnl Old Point Comfort Fortress Mouroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Virginia Beach Ocean View are among the attractive features Side trips at low rates from Old Point Comfort Surf bathing boating and fishing can be on joyed at Old Point Stopover privileges will be granted east of Kanawa Falls on tho return trIp Sleeping car rates will be 13 CO for berths from Lex ington to Old Point For reservation and further Information addresG W Barney 0 P A Lexington Ky 6r C O agents Jeeae M Littleton republican nom inee for Governor of Tennessee basac cepted the challenge ot Gov Frazier to meet him In joint debate on the stump this fall Parties gotagon the O O excur sion 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 3 F Aye crtlal +k 1oil 1= IN MEMORIAM At the home of ber father Mr Wm Dill of Casey county Miss Salllo Bill died July 21041 aged 26 years A useful and happy Christian has been sailed from earth to heaven Perhaps no young lady could have been taken whose death will be more regretted sect whoso kind presence will be more missed flora and reared In this county she was well known esteemed by all for her uniform kindness of disposition tender at a child she was over careful of the feelings of her associates She was the pride of the family the hope the light of tier devoted brothers and sisters She was called away In tbe vigor of womanhood wben life was most attractiveJust when to sense and sight she could least be spared But God who doeth all inlngs well knows best and by the faith manifest ed and expressed In her touching death we feel assured that she will bo numbered with the holy angels and so we mourn our departed friend not as those who have no hope but look to tho sweet consolation of the gospel and re joice Blessed are they who do his commandments that they may have a right to the tree of life and may enter through tbe gates Into the city II J S S Lumber Notice I All kinds of lawW boxing fendrut framing etc for Mle bv II D Unltseiaw ptlrlisHProduce Wanted I egghensbe oeurtroed M 11 II NortbOllUs Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I headlDglumbnprice at Moreland D U O Ioyten Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office in Elmore Building l MAIN taT Stanford Kentucky Have Your Buggy Painted U will oottyoa only U I me the bet of potato and rarnUhe sad guarantee ray work to be fnt claw Call at shop on Som erset street and stle specimen ot my work eliMplYand To Wheat Raisers I hWe will store In our warehouse and elevator also handle and take pn per are ot- Our wheat KIIKE OF OHAHOB until Dee 11N4 We farther ajree to pay for the sacs the nrlest delivered P O II at Store land Btafloa from the ttomrta4os Bier chaste of OtaclBoiU O D M LUW t SON Heiov- 111Commissioners Sale Uooola Olretilt Ooart Anna S Gayer IMalatlff n Overtoil Ad eelso iOttesitt court rendered In the above stTleel action at lee June terse Ittl the undersigned Master OoMMlMtoaer or Uo sold Lincoln RtnmUcoart will on MONDAY AlTOyST ft 1MI About I P M In front of the court hoe e itoor I Stanford Ky sell at public out err to the blehtest and ben M4d4 r the following described real estate situated IB Ky and bounded as fol lows IlesiinNlDf at the mouth of a branch on Fall Lick creek corner John Joiln thence up the middle of said creek wlta poleFland small mulberry at the mouth of a small branch corner to Isaac Homes thence with his line 8 S W 71 poles to a black oak onIthe line of the the original nurrey corner to orlgteajlinetwo sycamore true thence 8 30 W 60 pole to a stake In Singleton fled thence with the old line N M W 81 poles to a take In the Southeast side of the creek thence up the middle of said creek with the Water and meander thereof to the beginning taming IOX acres more or lest ThllI sale la made for the purpose of dlvlilon TIIUM or SALE Credit ot C months the purchaser being required to execute bond for the purchase money with approved personal payable to the commis donor and having and effect of a judgment bond will bear Interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from date of esle A loin will bo retained on the land for the purchase money O n SAUFLEV M O L 0 C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit r Court Jane O Buchanan Admr kc Plaintiffs vs Mrs Lout Dlilion c Defendants Notice of Sale- Ieriuunt to a Judgment ot tbe Lincoln Circuit Court rendered In tbo above styled action at Its Juno term 1001 the undersigned Muster Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court will on Monday August itb 1001 about I r M offer for sale In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky at public outcry to the highest and beet bidder tho following described real property shunted In Lincoln county Ky on the waters of Dix river towit A tract of land on which the defendant Mrs LouIe Dlshon now lives bounded on the North by the James Mill property on tbo East by thoI fibyJ W James containing 38 acre of land p together with a III sway over Buchanan land out to public highway the to bean open one with gates wherever It crosses a fence The amounts necessary to bo roslixedtfrom this sale are 8ZS1 with per cent from March 10th 1802 subject to credits of 110 paid March 10th I8U5 ego a paid Aug 21 INJS EOt IS paid March 21 and It there should be a surplus 2200 to be paid to Nancy T Sprinkles and If there still It will be divided among the remaining defendants the costa purl to loner sin I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J D Paxton J II Owtler 8 II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J II Foster L 0 Ooocb W II Uuramlns W M Ilrlebt K L Uubble w 11 Shanks yarn The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch business relations Will prove mutuall beneficial v First National Bankor Stanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wa originally established as the Deposit lank ot In use then roar anled as the National hank ot Stanford in ISM and again reorganised as the First National llailc ot Stanford In ISM having bad practically an unlnter rupted existence for n year It It better supplied now With facilities for trau4tIn business promptly and well tban ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Central Kentucky I Real Estate Exchange Company 1 1 StanfordNo5dei rote N udrprevd Iall IfII i i county Mall hehula RtlleD e prtpcrtfta Iron Wm oaueell et eaebaeg f r Nouown farm ITatns Smile from Man ford Uol fwrgood rooms hack perth rod II tf t barn sod other la U Il 1111ltIuneaIVtc W r r urn Lad Blss Wf iW srl fO This 1 a bugate st sU dvt4llM kAra te Whit 4a ln grass 1 wsteted sad Map la pool teed IMi Pe1a 1Y01 Ho ltS nix avdUaf pedun sad Peresodg reeee to tow Tf ill wit a wall N m w sot oItand UmWr land le- I tla IHrfa1oo as OUI VI CrM- kUlarv oC lb ii Fat o Kntoety sirer Fr soles ofl varjag Is 1blks tram 3- kit n six feeL Darer narighh to tic meeth- abNeaeek A rattioat It wr T d within thr miss of said rTrty the Umber wBibtt at oak etc Till ptiftrl Will Mill If escBtefn ee our tarn No tveMT 4fbt tow ireeta ladlbeast5-9Aladlbeast lluswo hall goal art M wtUeMMHUtioor geodcMUtc wi IB ktMlie B mMft ea plea wkkti reel tor II Mr swth- the JwttllBf lees fir fix pet BMBIB Thl ttr It IB pod rCpsu aaa caa W lww ki M liMt No UFata sn a n tf4M4M Wrerw lama III Usmla waiy To Mary II rm MUD rus uaant hwwr ion ro w tor ova lUll a4 stork sad all other ocvMtry wrhuil4lap all nd ratair Clot t bIt Kk it s M nllra4 sad in M I Bvtgkbarkmd 1r arm art IB 51Mt awl U nb r etr Title t dMlruuatfir kosae sail Owrdleeelwi01154 545 Well wtr4 wltb 11 smva trlla ivltgr el Prl rewws14e- N 7 NlMevtlaM 7 am led trllBla I BitkM oi Staafenl a rod nfttt leering ftrlatUac well and f9u4 Ur eteod Wrn el IMMMAC Yavaa orrkard tot es vie- pant ptcdW Ie rabe gledm 11nee te the tows lrkIW5 ItM fete W laid MM sail frees Sacrwt + QttilegstlneeaeerywtboUJinp JM rr Well 11 irk 2855 N xa15acre of Ned Is PnN twatT Ku six mlls trim teUreid cad ti mile freer Ariantr titer Sen1yureeoth 4li rivet bottom I- IDntdlaw atnl in fntu This land Is ftr sale or sxehenge ntrTbtHbullJlBine B boom Urn vie about thy ante of 100 acre All on smelly real i from ehanb school suit pottotnc 111n and wal watered This I a nd suit two or tbre finilllr that Mkbt want to com Irons the saw nellUtorboml 1rfe reasonable six rooms two all elar Decrtiarr Also large Mackimllb abelallO ud bed full leagtb of shop and is- fvetwid TLaproirrtywhi he sold 1 a very low price No IIA farm ol IB acre four miles rn Mean 1 font en best 14k In the twist well watrrnll fBclicmo I dwelling rVonu pike all nremurv I eitbull lugs A gdeedld hlue gram rum lid only M Minute drlr frwn cwnty teat Iwntr of tine laru this has rrreatlr r futnl ill twr acre WoffrtbUatH7W No HnRf sere near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house S rooms and porch Barn and otter outbuilding S acre In cultivation Met In tint her wen watered MM yard from pO9tofflcKuooI and church lays wall on 1Ite and In good toni 1 rice 6O hborhoahporchclose to ily IrtcOUO No 3 ioueeantilotin Stanford hones con tint Of room Wood ttabl and 6 acre of trod well fenced One of prettiest building lets In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 story front be bunt to tile cottage and be wade a beautiful horn Will be sold cheap u the owner mutt have money Nol2l sUlnfofslx roomlbn sod porch necceaury outbuildings INa large two story stor room MxCO tat lower room with counten belTet etc Water In dwelling and storeroom alto cittern and well on 11re Small lot back of tU r One mil from SUnford llulldlnrt In l and dwelling originally set e16tr- 0crdsloreoteri1200 Will sell both for S860 or will rent or sell No 13230 acre firm tulle of Crib Orchard Ky Brick dwelling I rooms two Unant houtn two barn well and spring near dwelling Farm In hlghatst of cultivation ISO urn river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Irlce J37BO an acr No nTolor seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom ZOiGO twu lilicliiraitlithoii tenant house sable crib and ware house Kvery building new end fencing la ne shape 411 0 the property Is In lluitontllle and we will sell It u a whole or tell eaah lace separately Well at each stable and cistern at house addiem the above named tec retary No 71Aplendld stock of goal for tale This tathebest buluulstanJaodtAenlret and mutt carefUily selected stock olg odi In Central Ken- ucky countlea or wet earrltg and if you want to go In butln H you cannot and nicer ttoek better place or tatter trade In this particular line outtlatof the cities 3 TI eke farm at IllchlanJ Kywell Improved well watered etc 1rke coo 74 aa acres of land on Jamestown cad south ef Dunnvllle too sorts In cultivation about tj sera In timber end rest In grass A large new frame dwell Ins also an oU dwelling on place A new barn and two old ones is well watered anj the tenting Is good On public roaJ Irleooo- No 70Four acre of land and a nice one story x room frame dwelling In McKlnney Ky wrier worhlakitchen sad LwllJ room UOO barn 12Olflcers B n SHANKS President J D OWBLKYOathltr W It ORIOUT Asst Cashiers I Offloers J B HOOKKK Presl 8T lUnum V IreIJ J McUOBEUTB Chr W ID Directors I fVS T Harris Stanford IKU n amore Stanford 8n IIMigbman Stanford T P Hill Jas IItDtordIJ II lJ AL HU Carter Stanford Title Ky Ne ballsvnndatewellitdoerand AtpInJWtndinllnrolnandadjoining WEARENAestChrt sad all newttary MiknlMlatt litre well feacH o- rerpamttNyssadewy and In HM aMieiMt MM tad It art lit tar tile wk llrpMlr- No c M Farm 01 Ill aere In Cay county Tote taw dwrllUg two food lta sod other MUkwIUUgt IB goal repel NUwllJ 1010 M land sad IB rood A bargain at liMS Ne h FtisaWlttaetM IB Casey nw te story a root far dweilleg secto1J dwelllaglB ttlr f wlltta Nand tad other w1 k Udln ID owBly reid tplMtdtd toUer land I wl wsird tw wells tprlBi eta Tht It a tie duN1 S race from 8iaa 1etIIII sad tnave Mltlvitlon cater la pastel 1 tJrrhtrdi a4 rvti la timber Tw eautbonttkutywrprtauower Irila fDcItapoIft i anti matt hive treas WsyseehergDellletsal b ltdl la gwtd rptlr Irudixilre uetlntan4 lr good IIIIIMd1Ioe9 to lohee- laaJw good road IrkelTee KyNgMd UntaJ MhereJUMOVlUn IMity rem UGralUvailM 41 seres Hi U tilt tf1OOl Lays wU on ere ty 10 5- 4t to BBrkM MbedtU ltkeoalylsM Ne ii M1 sass of last sear Crab Orchard p NJtetl Iwelf Mal aM twv swry ham Aoise rPr1rh ache Ky Hat tH Mnasry out 5004155 ii veil waMrd An ullp lad lent a Mrepk a4 to a Otbat Be i4k- eNs61TN 1 a4 amhit arm tl k5 a1u tw Iqra Y braeeMc1l fae TnwM huut 14 ky two ea Well kiim 10 by it alw aIt uwn wrrb tarp stck- of jttiiral aMrcluiBdiM AM of Ml rwfwty Is Ii A Ml PulaaW cwvaly Ky sad cell H iSRt al a Wrrate N WrVmritttcrr B ar Ilfdkrt1 Nk- vestige iraaal bow 1 barel etc llBlliHag tadM dug la pod CM IUBB a ewe la rvlUvtiloc eilwiWMd WUllessMrSilos M urhaag tor property IB Ut la cwtBly JNa4Twitery lr ddee Troont hall sod ret+na gtrdta iMMtwg and beM la gee l rrptlr For oU or rest rrie ri Bahl NM Farwof IM acre elicited near KlBgi silk KyMaerlac IMvaileo aiinUnherirt Jla grsu well watered Iwo good tuna anti other wciaiteompaatkrlyschool putleOmaBtl C N dpott rrowrt lie on ldefirmtar n 00 or la par4t of BM Iea than M serve to tuttpurebtter This It cwlalBly cheep property Tiee s reatoaakle INo II Dwelling 4f4 rooms with M sere lind la Mateland led barn and Dar outbuild leg S welts ta yard tpleodld orebard and 2 sere In ttrawberrle liumedlil puMettttn 1r5 l- iNaUgmaetesotland la lUekrvtl for salt or IDlIemnlaIpertlouLnadlrraCtnlnl change d TllltCa WaJDrburKbyneverNo s1Ilauait flvcacnwof land In JkKln nr JI r NcoMMry BlUilkllBft Fencing good easytortsNos t acres of good land tlx room two story dIlDfIt wstcred good tending It It the 01 Sltcfonl close to traded hometricNo 17 4 roera tam rotttg and one acre e land In KlnztvllU Ky Large barn smoke bout rtralrlrIJtegegarden and splendid orchard ot IH acrea fencing good two tabled buggy house iiu6l house etc A good aa It alto s good mill oa the pure a g od rasher In mill It It run by oat ural power wblt b It a great economy and th dim It In good repair Will sell the property at a low ll ureorleaell I dwsillnqfourbuildings Fenelng good well watered cut In gee I drasicesplace lot only eat per acre No M Iraro hotel lug room double vrdat hallway Etc A large 2 story storyeoa I fronting Street 30 heel from hotel tlalrt tulta 7 Lle for raw leg 2 nlc cottages nicely furnished it erei and 4 mud Iganlenfret deep All 0 this property It In London Ky moneyIuprielorhasmonth On a unlofIllhealthofhiewlfe 001 I1CbDerorNo 4 1 4SO acre near Jumbo 200 acre In cultl f SlxdeealuponphaareMthoui orchaNSlrramuunfrom n lyCgareiakllchtn i rllD Irlce WX landloutalcJaetotownNo 76Ilouss and lot In Darvllown house has IerJaWin V good repair Prk 150- II Y i t