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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 519048 A M NO 46 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Stanfordrand 50 furlloiliaFarmer who desire to sow Grass will do well to tee my teed 11 G Lute Stanford John W Stevenson has told lately a lot of corn at 13 at the crib and some butcher steers at4o FOR SALE100 stock owes treh from Pulaikl county Price right J H McQargue Huitonvllle The average coodltlon of cotton re- portedk offlolally for July It 010 while the ten year average for the montb ti 827R M Jackson bought a nice young caddie mire from W It Dilllon for which he paid 6Londoo Democrat Henry Better bought of Eld Joseph Ballou a mare mule fvo year old for I 8105 Mr Better refuted KM for hit fine pair of horse mule Wednesday A red steer with tome strain of Jer lev weighing abeut 850 pound eame to my fathers piano about a year ago I Hat white streak In right hole and It white between fore leg Owner oan get him by paying for this notloa and his keep Kd L Traylor Gllbertt Creek KyhAccording to thoUoTornmentt week ly report the temperature has ben fairly favorable for crop the put I week Some rust It reported In spring wheat Cotton has made good progr ii and picking continues In Southern Texas The condition of tobaoeo In the Ohio valley I+ ten favorable owing to the need of rain LANCASTER Marriage licenses were Issued this week to John Minion of MoCreary and Mitt Minnie Leavell They are both of prominent families la that put of the county Misses Mary and Mabel Wllllaui of Lexington have been the gaattt of Mr and Mr John Walter Mr Harry Walker of North Carolina It visiting Jb Walker Mln Mary Haggard hat returned to her home In Winchester after a visit to Miss Lena Rlgney Mr and Mrs Robert Blkln and ton DA- nf are attending the fair In St Louis Mry J M Logan hit gone on a builnen trip to New York He It thinking of going In business there Green Clay Walker bat returned from Memphis where he hat been engaged In builn i J H Mount It la Lexington this week OB business Mine Mary Helen and Martha Gill Capt Herndon and Miss Aeale Ilerndon art iMritoc this week at Kttlll Sprlag John Sbarp Wllllami tho able leader of the minority In the house of Itepre santatlvet makes no claim to par onal beauty On the contrary he does not resent being alluded to at the home I licit man In Congress Mr Wllllami recently visited Ken tacky on a polllUal mission He was cordially greeted by all the leading pot tibiae of the Stato and fully sustained hie reputation ni a gifted statesman A blunt outspoken old farmer when Intradueed to Mr William surveyed e the latter critically and then tald Mr Wllllami I hope you aresmart or than yourook We thought when wo elected Darn Smith to Conrgeiir from the Fourth district that he would bo the ugliest man In the House We wore unanimous on that question until we taw you Now tome distension hat arlten Stamped envelopes and pottal cards free to all may now be found In the lounge roome of many theater Ol this striking Innovation un Bartern manager ealo the other day Tho public la profoundly Impressed with the freeitainp novelty Men go Into the loungerooms of the theaters to smoke and teeing free stamped on volopoi and postal cards on the writing desk ther are amazed A very gen orout thing they say a very nice thing on the managements part and they keep on smoking they dont write any letters At the theater you a see no one caret to wrlto The theater 11 for recreation not for work Bank t lag on that fact we Introduced free stamps four months ago Our munlfl 1conce Impreacii the pUblic but It bard l us ten cents a week- End of Bitter Fight physicians had a long and stub ht with an abceas on my right jfwo J F Hughes of Pu font Oat me up Everybody thought r I my limo had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump The benefit I received was striking tlIunI was on my feet in a few days Ive entirely regained my health it It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat I and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Pen neys Drug Store Irlco COo and 100 Trial bottles free t t Some nunttrouble some go to law and some buy on the Installment plan i r PREACHERSVILLE Mrs N J Horioo found a potato It her garden which weighed Si Ibs and which looks very much like some sort of an animal Henry little ton of Jas Dyehouie bad the mUfortuno to fall from a horse and break his arm Mrs H G Cum mlnrwbo has been tick It tome better Mrs N J Horton indisposed J F Shaw told a gray horse to J H Hlgsby for 190 J U Thompson told to S G Anderson a lot of sheep for 1360 tome heifers at3to and a cow at 8285 J F Holtclaw told to Jesse Sweeney of Lancaster about 300 barrels of uorn at 12 85 at the crib J W BUnkenihlp bouguiof Tnoi Luntford a horse for 105 Mr Kirby and children were return In g home a few days since when tome part of the borne s broke at tney were descending a steep hlllaod the carriage ran upon the horse causing him to run away Mrs Kirby had the presence of mind to pitch the baby out and Jump out with the little girl in her arm which doublleoi saved their lives They escaped with slight Injuries Tttm carriage was bAdly wreaked Miss Cleopatra McDonald It visiting at J B Hatching and will go to obool here before returning to her home Ic Darboarvllle Mr und Mrs Richard Clark of Madlion vlilted at J C for too J M Cress and wife visited in Roekeaitle last week James W Blank enthlp and ton Edger of Woodford visited frlendt and relatives and re turned home on Sunday The Crab Orcberd Fair was well attended James Thompson Is all smiles since be found his little dogHere and There All grades of refined sugar were ad vanced 10 cents per hundred pound Jay Cooke the veteran financier bat taught a Sundaytobool for more than 60 years Mary Queen of Suoti although she Mi but one child hs deioendants In every court In Uurope Rear Admiral George A Converse has been appointed chief of the bureau of navigation of the Navy Department Charles Boiworth wai found battered and uaooaioloui and died a few hours later in his room at New Britain CoonaJoseph Conrad a welt known author hat Hell blows up three Units He has had mnerovt other hairbreadth escape The aeoMOr of Ruiull Sags la the put oed Mil market on Wan street is said to he AutO Lyeo an old nua worth tM000MN During a norm the lig pale cur tMUtjtlsii Tammany nail wits uruolc by llgbtaing and tbe big ball at the tup crashed to the street but no one was hurt THE GUARANTEE PROTECTS YOU If Mlona Does Not Cure Dys pepsia Penny will return your money When you buy a box of Ml one natures cure for dyspepsia have Peony sign the following guarantee Tint pro teds you absolutely against low should the treatment fall to euro you- UVKANTKI I hereby agree to refund the money paid for MIona on re I turn of the empty box If the purchaser tells mo that it his faIled to cure djipepala or atom a oh troubles This guarantee covers two COc boxes ora months treatment Signed Any one who has dyspepsia Indigos tion headaches dlizlneti or specks be fore the eyes or any form of liver and stomach troubles should take advantage of this chance to be cured without risk ing a penny Penny gives a positive guarantee with every box showing most conclusively hit faith in this remarkable remedy r A New York dispatch says Bishop Henry C Potter delivered the princi pal address at tho formal opening of the The Subway Tavern a model saloon which wee established by a number of leaders In the reform movement In this city The purpose of the promo ters of the enterprise Is to serve pure liquor and food at low prices under The best possible moral conditions In his address Bishop Potter said the keynote had been struck by this attack on the liquor situation Ho said bo believed In the old village tavern as a meeting place where a long evening could be spent without the necessity of Intoxica Lion Puts an End to it All A grievous wall oftlmcs comes alI a result of unbearable palo from overtaxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation nut thanks to Dr Kingt New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try thorn Only 25j Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Former Gov Paulson of Pennsylva nia Is dead Mr Neltoo A Miles died suddenly at West Point N Y The Russian General Count Keller has been killed in tbe battle around hat Chang A Hoitell cashier of tbeCIarktvllle Tenn National Dank died suddenly of heart trouble Edward J Wilkinson and daughter Martha were killed by lightning atI Mllltown N Y Three Italian aredylngfrom wounds received in a fight at a Saints day fee tival In Brooklyn The three sons of President Rooie velt are enjJTlng tbe sight at the St Louis Worlds Fair Forty ba6lee graduates of tbe Infant Incubator Institute are holding a re union at Coney I land Richard A Qatrlion ono of the most prominent lawyers in Ohio It dead of old age at Colum m A woman was killed by a Brooklyn elevator In eight of hundreds of shop men In a bill department store During a severe thunder storm at that Liverpool 0 lightning struck Ova houses and Injured six people- A burglar blat M Ramueaena rich farmer Of Prior Minn Into Insensibil ity and escaped with 81000 In gold In a fight at the Nelson Morrlt paok Ing plant at Chicago Andrew Slmmt was stabbed to death by John Davis Tbe Louisiana Purchase Exposition Conpsny made another semimonthly payment of 500000 on the Government loan Ohio railroad killed 20 trespassers 14 employee and four travelers on the highways during July but no paseeoI gen Judge George Huilon one of tbe beat known men of Western Kentucky died at the agu of 83 year at his home In Morgaoflald A oarpenter erased by cocaine at Nebraska City Neb killed one man wounded an udloer and was himself killed In a desperate fight The three plants of the International Harvester Company at Chicago emI ploying more than 16000 men closed down for an Indefinite period Dr Walter J Byrne member of the Orphan Brigade and Superintendent of the Lakeland Asylum under Gov Buokner Is dead at Ruiiellvllla There It no change In the Fall River strike and hundreds of the cotton mill operatives have gone to Canada and the provinces to work on farms The nan found reordered at Qweni bore bat been tdentlad as James OoomM of Wabsier county and Roy Green A Negro la luiptoMd of the crime In a fit of dMpomieriey caused by the fast that she revolved no presents on her 21si birthday Lots Stewart a pret ty stenographer attempted suicide In LouisvilleThe of procuring meat supplies In Chicago Is growing serious In asmuch as retailers whopurcbaso from the big packers are being put on the black list by the strikers Arthur Huntington son of the late Collls P Huntington will erect a building for his collection of ancient and modern Spanish literature which will be opened to the public Tbe robbers who held up the Die mond Special on the Illinois Central railroad near Cbloago secured less than llOCO A reward of 81000 has been of fered for each of the robbers- It Is a startling fact that thera has been a suicide or an attempt at suicide In Louisville on the average of every other day In the last month Moat of the attempts wore successful J U Murley of Denlsoo Tex a freight train brakeman who recently Inherited 130000 and who was making his last trip as a brakeman fell under the wheels of his train and was killed- J C Lemon ono of Georgetowns most prominent figures passed away after an Illness of two months He was 80 years of ago and for about 57 years had been a Mason and many years a Knight Templar The Auditor of the War Department has rendered a decision giving addl tional pay to three Kentucky regiments mustered In for the Spanish American War Tim First regiment is torecelvo 1174029 Second regiment 857030 Third regiment 1778 40 The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in Insignlf1death penalty It is wise to have Buck Icns Arnica Salve ever handy Its tbe best salvo on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store To the World Fair via Queen d Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati LexlogtooIKY MRS R B MAHONY I Mrs Sallie Peony Mabony daugh ter of Mr and Mrs A R Penny born Oct 14 1864 and was reared heroj In Stanford having been educated In the Stanford Female College from j which she graduated with honors Inj her early life she was converted became a member of tbe Baptist I church with her father and mother i She was always characterized by her j pride and ambition and hence her I school and church life manifested these I traits of character Oa Oct 14 1884 she was married to Rev R B Mabony In tbe church that she loved by the i same man who baptized her Rev J j MBruce To them were born four j children two of whom died In Infancy and were awaiting her coming on the other shore and two Misses Marie andt Virginia with her affectionate hue band loving mother and two brothers i W B and G L Penny and a large i circle of relatives and friends are lefti to mourn her death which Aug 1 1801 Slater Mabooy was of a bright cheerful disposition loved her home with a mother love was the i Joy and pride of her husband at whose i tide the FO faithfully stood through his j pastorates of tbe First Baptist at Newport Ky Columbia cburcbI Carthage Tone where on bis Bro Mahonys falling fatbierto recuperate Mr and MM Mabony have both been frail of health Through all this she was his Inspira tion and sunshine laughing away the blues and bringing good cheer and joy to him at all times as well at mln Uterlng to him faithfully In his times of sickness as well as health She loved and almost Idolized her children and they In return found In her a corn panlon and friend as well as mother She loved her church and was always In her plaoe which was In the choir for the loved to ting and led the choir and did It well unless prevented by sickness or other providence The was ono of our faithful Sunday Schoolteachers and baa left a class of little girls of which her little daughter I Virginia was ode She took a great deal of pride and pains In her and alto In having them teacblnltI Scripture verses Dear little the language of the old Psalmist aa quoted by little Virginia You cac bring her back but you can go to her and God grant that there may be a- llad reunion of teachers and scholars on the beautiful shore Stole was also an active member of the Aid Society filling tbe office ol secretary and was also a member of the Missionary Socle ty but she is not now for God took her She will be missed by her pastor church society and friends and oh what shall we say about her dear hue band and children and mother and brothers Does not her memory com fort you and her accomplishments In spire you to overcome aa sbe did and her ambition encourage you to be brave and attempt great things Her Savior will hold you the Holy Spirit will com fort His promises will support you and His love reconcile you and at last In His own good time Be will bring you all together In the mansions above Ob listen to God as he spsaks to us by this sad providence Let him teach us the lesson that he would have us learn that we ma be ready to answer when He calls Come home At their home on Danville Avenue on Wednesday afternoon at 3 P M In the presence of a very large and ear rowing congregation the funeral was conducted by her pastor assisted by Rev Baffin who reed the 23rd Psalm after which Rev Glass led in a tender helpful prayer and then a quartette consisting Mrs Dr Coot Mrs M S Baughman and Meeara Wm Wearon and Tbos Rtney sang Go bury thy sorrow and then the pastor made some remarks based upon Jer 150 her sun la gone down while It was yet dayand then Rev Mr Argebrlght sang tenderly and sweetly Sometime we will understand This was follow ed by some very touching and tender remarks by Dr Shelton our Father In Israel and the services closed at the house by the quartette singing one of bar favorite songs that she often sang at our church ervlcelOb City of Jasper Walls and then began the re moral of the beautiful flowers which bid from view the casket In which she lay as If asleep The casket was closed and her face was hidden from the fami ly and friends that loved her eo dearly But we shall see her face again all resplendent In lorlln the land above I Then began tbe moving of the great train of carriages that reached almost from the home to the cemetery where lu a grave lined with myrtle and roses her body wee depmlteu and then tbe sad returning to home where tbo emp ty chair was found and the cheerful face the laughing voice and cheery spirit are no more She will be miss ed but your loss la her gain and as sweet little Virginia says you cant bring her back but you nun jro to ber O M HUEY H71a sH rtI wwaH i+ rse+ ANSINY 2 H e + 9ayC CLOTHING irAT TIE GLOBE i We have divided our entire Stock of Fancy Suits In two lots one lot to sell at d 1000 oThis Includes all of our best goods that sold as high as 122 The other lot at D 600 J In this are all tbe Suits that sold for IS 50 and f10 00 All sizes from 48 down to small boys sizes Owing to the backwardness of the season this Spring we have an unusually good assortment of Bar gains to offer in this sale THESE PRICES ARE CASH None of these goods will be charred T 0e miLLER Danville KB THE GLOBE Jai BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from d IHe HIGGINS STANFORD KY Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G IMis and Hnrve Steward porter I am a pump man allover rind I sell the Pump iugest Pumps that ever was Pumped and if they dont Pump where I say they will Pump I will not Pump any money out of the bot tom of your pocket I sell Pumps from 82 to S10 und from 2 to 200 fbot deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS neods no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP is So easy to fix You can replace the valves without removing Pump from well with nothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work done oil short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 5 H ALDRIDCE Depot Street Stanford Ky Druggist Confidence Confidence no fear of mistakes is what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS andj PURE MATERIALS are our stock in trade When you want things done right when you want pure drugs when you arc tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every department the best service anti the best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N CraigPharmacistSta- nford Koitucky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR II LANDRETHS GARDEN DRUGGISTI SEEDLANDRETHS WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS g ME INTERIOR JOURNAL i Eo C WALTON I s DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President ALTON BROOKS PARKER of New York For Vice President HENRY G DAVIS of Wttl Virginia r t HON JOHN W KERN was nominated for governor by the democrate of IDdlI iaDaby acclamation Wednesday Now Rood people ot that State elect OFhim and Hoosierdom will rid Itself of underelrable but much wanted In IrKentucky citizens Taylor and Flnlev I are organizing for 1thefight this tall and they will leave nothing undone to carry that State It would be a great feather in Cbalr man Taggaria cap to place the Boos t ler State In the democratic column IADRABS band and hundreds of re publican met Dr Bunter at London when he went there to speak Wednes At the conclusion of the speak 1fngMr Ramsey presented to Dr Bun ter a gum shoe beautifully decoratedI with flowers which had been prepared by a number of the women of London and which was presented In their I names with their compliments 1SENATOR HENRY G DAVIS was Jrlj I en a rousing ovation by the delegates to the West Virginia democratlo conj p veqtlon at Parlcersburg Be declined to speak on matters political for the r reason that the democratlo nominee for President had not been formally noti fled of his nomination and should sound the keynote of the campaign r ITHEdemocratic State platform which Wednes was at Indianapolis jr day will be a scathing arraignment of Gov DurblnsadmlnUtratlon charging him with using his Influence to turn the State institutions over to political spoilsmen It also charges gross ex travagajice In conducting the States affairs by republican officials IBOMAS TAGGART chairman of the democratic national committee was given a heartwarming reception by his home people upon his return to In dianapolis Be was escorted by 6000 people through crowded streets to Tomllnson Hall where the Mayor made a speech of welcome HON G G GILBERT supped up u Richmond Monday and made a speech He didnt say beans to bis opfooent Hon Harvey Belm POLITICAL Democrats of tbe Second Indiana die trict are booming exCongressman Matson for governor IITbe democrat of Washington In nominated former Senator George Turner for Governor Gov Vardeman denies that be In any President Roose way reflected upon velts mother In his newspaper utter ancee Kingston residents sent a beautiful sliver loving cup to Judge Parker as a mark of their esteem for him as a man and a citizen Senator Fairbanks was formally noti fied of his nomination for Vied Presi dent by the Republicans at Indlanapo WednesdayThe Democratlo Com mittee has called a district convention to meet at Scottsvllle September 20 to select a nominee for Congress Cbalrman Taggart of the democratic national committee has announced i Delancey Nlcoll asvIce chairman George Foster Peabody as treasurer Chairman Hager of the Democratic Stato Campaign Committee has called a meeting ot tbe committee to be held r at Louisville on Tuesday of next week Gov Beckbam has appointed Charles B Poyntz of Maysvllle democrat and James Breathltt of Hopklnsvllle reo publican ae members of the State elec Lion commission Gov Beckbam has appointed Matt ODoherty as Judge of the Common Pleas branch Third dlvlelon of tbe Jef ferson Circuit Court to succeed the late Judge Upton Muir It la proposed to send on a Junket to i Panama the members of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committees of the House and of the Interoceanlo Canal Committee of tbe Senate a A conference in New York between David B Bill and Daniel S Lamont led to rumors that the latter bad been asked to consider the question of Be coming a candidate for Governor ol r New York Thomas Taggart chairman of the Democratlo National Committee au L thorized the announcement that Wilt liam F Sheehan of New York will be 0chairman of the National Executive CommitteeA from Barbourvlllo to they Louisville Post says For many week It has looked like Dr W G Hunter would carry this county for Congress f over Don O Edwards by a large major F the tide his changed in favor tott ityi 6 JUDGE CANTRILL NOMINATED But the Question Is Is His Nomination Logal The convention to nominate a candi date for Appellate Judge was called to order at Lexington at 1 oclock yester day but U didnt stay in order long Trouble grew ont of Cnalrman Lee recognition of the Cantrlll delegation from Owen and pandemonlun reigned A number of fights followed and after quiet wee resumed tbe SanfleyCarrol delegates seeing that Chairman Lee was not ruling fair with them adjourned to meet at Lexington Aug 21 Tbe Cantrlll delegates remained and aftei a short session tbe convention adjourned till 730 P M Convention met at 730 with Wlllard Mitchell chairman and Win Cromwell secretary Call of the counties was preaInominations being In order Judge J B Hazelrlgg nominated Judge Can trill W P Kimball of Favette John W Douglass of Owen and R B Franklin seconded tbe nomination in splendid speeches It was declared that Judge James E Cantrlll had re calved 06 votes a majority of the 182 delegate votes of tbe convention and be was therefore declared tbe nominee In a very eloquent and feeling speech Hon JCampbelLCaotrlll son of Judge Cantrlll accepted the nomination for his fatber and the convention adjourn ed at 015 The Saufley and Carroll delegates did not take part in the proceedings at allMM HHmmmtMMMM YOSEMITE Whoopingcough Is raging among tbe children of this community Aunt Patsy Wheeler who has been on the sick list for some time is able to be out again We have three dry goods and grocery stores in our town and one drug store all of which do a thriving business Little Robert and Nannie MoWbor ter of Burnslde are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs Robert McWhorter here We have had and are still having lots of rain In thla section and crops never seemed to give promise of a- more plentiful yield- Blackberrylng has been the order of of the day for the past three weeks but the season is about over Many gallons of the luscious fruit have been put away for winter use Mr William Sharpe an aged and highly esteemed citizen of this place died after a short Illness Be leaves a a wife and five grown children to- mourn the loss of a loving father Mrs P B Williams and little daughter of Virginia who have been visiting relatives here returned home today Mr Richard Sbarpe of this place returned from a visit to her sis ter at Burnslde Those desiring a pleasant ride from McKinney to Dunnvllle would do well to patronize our new hackmen John Coblter and S B Roberts They Lave new first class rigs and will carry you from one end of the route to the other for 8125- IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Oliver Brown aged 73dloi suddenly while sitting in a chair at his home in Parksvlllo Mrs James Simpson dledatber home In tho McCreary section ofGarrard She was about 45 years old and leaves a familyWalter Griffin a eon of the Mayor of Somerset shot a negro named Ben Finch at Chattanooga His condition Is dangerousCity Dawes of Junction City arrested Hugh Brown colored while he was In the act of robbing the toro of William Burke of that place Mrs Johanna Baut of Cane Valley Adair county was cooked to death by atlng an apple She was at home lone when she became choked and urrled to the house of a neighbor where she died in a short time Tom Dawson and Tom Wilder of near Hubble climbed a tree last Sunday afternoon to take some honey from a honey bees nest They sawed oil the big limb on which the nest wee located and bees and all foil to the ground Tbe bees however returned to the tree In a body to revenge themselves and as a consequence Tom Dawson Is laid up in bed In a very badly battered condi- tIon having received over two hundred stings from the little terrors Danville News Suicide Prevented- The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide bad been discover ed will interest many A run down sys tern or despondency Invariably precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely The first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 60c Satis faction guaranteed by Penny Druggist Tbe record for Kentucky visitors at tbe Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair was broken Wednesday when 478 registered I find nothing better for liver derange ment and constipation than Chamber lains Stomach and Liver TableteL F Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale by 1 alldrugglsts CHURCH MATTERSIThe annual W dayschool Convention will be held at Mlllvllle August Presbyterian 13Icholera epidemic or 40 deaths dally at Teheran Ministers at Knoxville Tennln ser moos urged citizens to stay atthe polls next Thursday end secure an honest electionRev O M Busy subject at the Baptist church Sunday morning will be Heaven The Union sermon will be preached by him at the Presbyterian church that evenlogwben his sub ject will be hIfwe Only Knew Rev Joe B Hopper closed a most delightful meeting at Grlers Creek church where be has been assisting Dr Rout There were 17 professions and 14 additions to the church Un cle Joe was 75 years old the 22nd of last month Lex Democrat No Substitute Offered Ray what you will about druggists of boring something just sa good because it pays a better profit the fact still stands that 90 out of 100 druggists recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when the best remedy for diarrhoea is asked for and do so because tbey know It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon even In the mutt severe and dangerous cases Sold by all druggist a MATRIMONIAL S J Cogswell and Miss Ida Belle MoGlmney of Uarrodsburg were married at Lexington Miss McGlmney lea popular young girl of the Mercer county capital BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy busi ness I writ tell for the next 60 days at cost SurreYIIhaetoDIHarness They are all tho latest style and best make Part ot the vehicles aw rub ber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OURTIS DOVER Grab Orchard Ky Dr OS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and rea sonable- HustonvlllOt Kentucky The Calvert Miss Willie K Hocker i Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis R A JONES DENTIST Stanford IELy Office In Myers thieve Parlor Phone 91 jniflwau Saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Specie wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Bin Jrass Deer Case keg and bottled O Brent Boutbwood mixer Phone 68 Stan ford Ky LOOK OUT HERE IIWe aro with tho Farmer Roller Mills making flour In Stanford as white as snow and as glue as the mountain air Do not think it a mistake end It you want nom that will bake a cake just bring your wheat In and D V will take pleasure In waltlnc on you D V KENNEDY it CO For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset plko Houso has 7 rooms kitchen and ears TaDt room good cellar stable and all necessary eatnatlillngs Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock- J P BAILEY FOR SALE I The wellknown Old Port Pharmacy To effect an Immediate sale an tl600 drug store is offered for SI 500 cash The owner Is going West Nearest competitor Is three squareWettory rapidly Improving Situated In tho largest voting precinct ID the city Established 11 years Rent 120 per month A decided bargain Address OLD KyNE D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford POSTED strictlytorbldpassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the low J Z Bpoonamore T M Holmes H V J B Oamonlsch Peter Dalmer W n Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens James M White and wife V Carson n P Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Sam Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Charles Ensslln J U McAllster x t Choice Milling Wheat wanted We are today paying 95 els per bushel delivered on track Louisville for No 2 Soft Redto I Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the top market priceC- OMMUNICATE 4 T WITH US BEFORE SELLING r Ballard Ballard Co I Aug 3 1004 Louisville Ky A S PRICE surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Our OrdqDaUdmt Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to sell privately ur farm of 10 acres located In edge of Hustonvllle Oood Improvements fruit never falling water as whole or divide email house on lower part 0 B BARNETT Hustonvllle Ky Dripping Springs Spoars Fisher Mgr resortA delightful Summer Splendid table reasonable rate bolt water ID country Write for particular Postofftee Dripping Springs Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when services are rendered and must tpaid promptly EVERYIODYISNOTATAILOR1 Having been In Tailoring business all my life I feel confident in saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms in the country With experience in taking measures and dlrtctons I give your clothes are bound to be satiaf actors as my many patron in this line will bear me out My prices are the same as inex- rlcnced men who are in tbe business I also have a nIce line or fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank lug you for past favors I am yours H CRUrLEY the Tailor BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANVOWD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection Stanford Granite Marble Co flNCORIORATVD Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monument markers tablets eW stone recentLincoln countyfrom our own ly discovered the analysis of which proven It to be of the finest quality This tone Is In several color We mu also furnish standard material from any other quarries In the world Phone maiD ollice 06 J hone pres Stanford Ky or T J Teter branch office McKinney K- yAdministrators Sale Sept 8 lOOt administrator of estate of J V As will offer for sale and with 4e consent ofI Joseph Coffey their ODe tire tarm or 300 aarn or aa Itbod laDd a Is- In tho county with relldeDce and all necoe tutbulliUDgl 3 good barns 2 of them nary fencing plenty of stocklargo goodvery about 60 acresexceptwater aU In grass andOD tbo lIutoulIIe InDacivllfemUD ot depot onone 8th September will then be before the that datebiddersold to the highest I will sell personal property seed consisting off or or 65 of 85 acresoffLap wheat off of 50acret corn off of 11 acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling mule acres cattle 1 binder13 yearlingJ brood marcs machines 1 harrow as good2 mowing cr wheat drill 1 corn planter as new 2 Oliver Chill plows No 201 corn sheller 2 A harrows 1 hay baler In order 3 two oneblf Inter 8 frameshorse wagons 80 to 100 bushelsof tobaccoest In 8 acres 18000 tobacco sticksseedorchardof grass 1 saddle and harness some bridle old corn and blanket 250 locust posts for wire fence 100 whlto oak posts for post rail fence 50 locust posts for post rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 diver watch 1 turn roller 35 hemp brakes 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows Any ono desiring to see the place can on me or- Josopb Coney on the place and we will show them pleasure will begin nt 0 oclock sharp have 17 share of turn pike stock In the Mlddlcburg A Liberty Turnpikes shares or tock In the lId TClucSIThe farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two years time with lien retained on Und W A Corral Admr TOM Eaouen Auc d OranU Leader I I The closing out sale to quit busi ness is going on Great crowds i are buying the many BARGAINSt we are offering Get in the push land save MONEY Remember its COST and BELOW COST for you j OW8LKY IIUMK WATCH Olll ADS THE GRAND LEADERJM58 Lo y G Co S B LovyI MasticReady MixedPaint I Mastic Mixed Paint to made from pure lead albs and llntred oil thor oughly mixed If properly applied to well seasomd mrface we guaran tee It to KIn satisfaction Having sold this paint for 17 years we know what It will do Price tlaa per gallon PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy A The lat resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of materialaand artlstlcdeslgn the best and of per feet workmanship We carry i the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbloand Granite In Central Kentuckye t Lettering done by pneumatic tools 1 None better None cheaper I WM ADAM SON Lexington Ky IMPORT SHIPMENT I 1 1 Just received from a Pottery inJGermany 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 bargainlever offered Will sell for a short time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers 4GEORGE H FARRIS A CODa Stanford Kentucky 1 t C R McCormack Dealer in l Fine and Fancy Groceries tHardware Tinwareand Harness I Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce Ce R McCormack Hustonville 1 tj t I THE JOURNAL STANFORD Ky Ate fi 1001 Wnaro tola agent for Eaitrnani Kodak and Supplies and bavo msdo an extra effort to supply the demand of tbo Atnatuor Photographer Should you need anything of this kind wo will make every effort to supply YOU Pen Iio7a Urujf tore Stanford Ky PERSONALS t MR u P HUFFMAN It quite sick Mil U C UuiniA continues very 111 bins J C LYNN has been ill for soy eral days f FRED Cooic It visiting relative at MootlcelloMRS YEAOER Is wlthrelatlvei la Danville J MRS A M FELAND It tltltlng rela tUet In Richmond MISS JANU DAWSON of with friends here MR J S nocicmi went up to Mid Wednesday MR DLEDSOE BAILEY of Liberty U for a tow dayl Miss DELIA MBADBR of Somerset J U with Miss Jennie Lynn MRS AUBL1A WOODS attended the amp meeting at Wllmoro with her ion Mr J W PerrIn MISS AIIDIC LUTBS leaves today to 4 vlilt friends In Lexington and Win eheiterMlSBBS EUGENIA MoKlNNCY and Gertrude Gooch wore In town shopping Wednesday f fcoo Democrat MRS W IL MAKIBRand Miller Ma nler of Naihrllle are guest at lion John S Owiloyi MR SIIBLTON M SAOPLEV of the Lexington Democrat passed up to Mt I Vernon yesterday MBSUAMRSD U BOMISTON and M I b t J Harris of Loulivllle were guests of f Mrs J F Oummlni p MRS JAS IUWUN03 and little son of Oradtordirllle spent leveral dayi with Mrs W O Speed MRS ANNIE JAMBS and Mln Margaret James of Lexington aro with Mr and Mr W H Wearen MR JHRRY SMITH and family of I Aihovlllo NO are visiting her moth or In the McKinney section MRS JAMBS DENTON of Somerset who was at Mr T W Pennlngions a few days bal returned home Miss ANNIE TRAUH of Loutivillo order her paper tent to Ottenbolm where she ie spending ome time o Miss MARY WALKER of Mitiitilp pI U the guest of the Brolly of Mr II P Hawkins on the Danvlllo pike MRS EDGAR REYNOLDS and Miss t Katie McKlnnoy or tho MoKlnnoy leutlon are with Mrs Cicero Reynolds MRS KATE MILLER ot Lexington and Mrs A K Myers of Danvlllo at landed the burial or Mrs R B Maho ny MUSSES ALZA THOMPSON and Rliile William of Mt Vernon are the guests1 of Miss Edna Baughman In the West End JUDOS AND MRS JAMES P DAILEY have rented and moved Into Mrs M E Bronaugh cottage on East Main street AND MRS F H UnoYol Clove are spending a few days with her Mr and Mre T W Gooob of W M MYERS wife and baby led are spending a of weeks with Crab Orchard friend und relatives MRS JULIA CRAIG DUNN who hoe been at Mexico City Mo for some time arrived Wednesday to visit her i sister Mr J E Bruce l Mug J B PAXTON MUie Kather 1 E ile BurchIne and Sara Baughman and Luolllo Cooper leftyestorday morn lug for the Worlds Fair A BEAUTIFUL birthday party was i given at the homo ot Mr and Mre J E Farrls by their grandchildren Joe Iophine and FarrIs Keller children of Keller AboutMr Mr George 63 of tho little folks of the city enjoyed the hospitality of the host and hostess J B Tucker is now clerking for F K Trlbble Mrs Georgia Turner of Lie coIn county le spending the week with Mr and Mrs R L Baiter JrAdyo t cite t ALL At Cut Prices to Move Them Quick Fall Goods are Coming in and We Must Have Room for the Largest Stock we Have Ever Bought t SEA1zrcip SON STANFORDINTERIOR Lexl- otooill DanvilleI IIt 4Mn SUMMER GOODS LITTLE MORRIS BRUCE Is viiltln bis aunt Miss Nettle Wray In Louis vlllo MRS E C WALTON and cblldrc will BO to Brodbead today to spend soy oral daYIIMRS J Elliabeth Higgles and Sopbla Sounder MatItieMrs tlugh Murray at Lebanon REV AND MRS ORLAND DECK tad at their guest late week Misses Kate and Florence Beck of Stanford Richmond Climax MR AND MRS JAMES ARUCCKLE of Richmond and Miss Doyle Embry or Lexington passed through yeiterdaj en route to Crab Orchard Spring LOCALS BRODHEAD FAIR Aug 17 18 10 De sure and go 1205 oupt of Public Initructlo Fuqua Informs Supt Garland Single ton that the per capita for the curren school year will be 12 95 K P CONCLAVE RATES Tho L ll N will tell ticket to LouUvllle at3 30 for tbo roundtrip on Aug 13 to 10 limited to Aug 31 op account of tbi K P Biennial Conclave TUB faucet ot a water pipe was loft running In James T Jones rcstauran Tuesday night and lour inches of wa ter greeted Jim eyes when he op coed up Wednesday morning LlOHTNlNu truck theMaccabc building at Wayneiburg the other dal and did It considerable damage Tb Reynolds Cos stock of goods la th building was not damaged In the least WE will at 110 P County cuur day sell publicly In front pt the courthouse 4 15 shares of stock In First National Bank of Stanford belonging co Stanford Male Female Seminary W M Bright J B Paxton committee a- NEW STORE Mr Beetle Saunder has resigned her position at agent and operator for tile Chesapeake Ohio Kentucky Indiana Railway Co at Loulivllle on account ortbo falllni health of her mother making a reel denco In tbo country desirable and hat opened a Novelty and Notion store It tbo room formerly used as the ofllco of tbo Veranda Hotel She will carry aU the latest novelties Including a com pleto Beauty Department and the popular literature of the day Mrs Saunders alto has on tale an elegant line of candles which she will sell at greatly reduced price She solicits s iharo of your patronage FOR JUuaE FLEYAt tbo COn ventlon held at the courthouse here Be 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon to lolec delegate to the convention at Lexlng too yesterday to nominate a candidate for Appellate Judge the following del 01DuooT Embry W 8 Burch T H Shanks JO Lynn T P Hill G B Saufley The alternates selected were Messrs M F North E C niton T J Hill Jr B J Embry 3r J W Guest B W Given L p Goocb W H Shank G B Cooper The delegates wore Instructed to vote for their dli tlngulthed rounty man Judge M C Sautley and to use all honorable moans to secure for him the nomination Moet of the delegates and alternates and many of Judge SauOoys friends accom pooled him to Lexington Dn QAVISON SHOT The loud re port of a pistol Wednesday afternoon created some excitement hero On In vestigation It woe found that Dr R L Darlion tho wellknown dentist had been accidentally ibot In tbo back by Blackburn Huffman The latter let tbd weapon fall from his hands In his butcher shop and an explosion followed Ibo ball passed through the partition and lodged In the muscles of Dr Davl ions back The doctor was sitting In Cook S Farmers barber shop waiting For a shave Dr OBannon was sum moned and tbo bullet which was from- a 38 Smith Wesson pistol was extracted It had penetrated the mus slot an Inch or mora and It was neces sary to make a considerable Incision In order to get It out Tho doctor Is not langerously hurt but Is suffering a lood deal of pain Tbo shooting was purely accidental and nobody regrets It more than Mr Huffman who should profit by this experience and let pistols eyerelfatonoI FOR SALE Nice LIve room cottage I on Whitley Avenue A bargain See C C Withers or L R Hughes for particular FOR RENT Tho little itororoom on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P I Walton Lexington KytoTHE remains of Nettle GUI colored who died In Louisville wero brought hero yesterday and Interred Deceased was related to Green GUI WiULBcarolcitlv handling a pistol John Cook ton of Mr and Mre S R Cook shot himself through his left band Tuesday The wound le a painful but not torlou one MHSSER Tllford Alexander the oven months old eon of Mr and Mre Slla Metier of the Mllledgevlllo sec tion died Monday of whooping cough and was burled In Buffalo cemetery I IN a fight near McKlnnoy yesterday Alfonso Donbam severely cut Caleb Newell teacher of the Smith school on Green river about the face wltbIt pocket knife Newell bad whipped Denbami little brother nod It did out sot well with the elder brother As you know we sold out and wo expect those who owe ut by either note or account to call and settle with out delay One of us can be bound at our old stand with the books ready to give you a clear receipt This is no Joke we must settle our business up Carson Pence t- IN Its mention of I death ot Mrs R B Mahony the Danville Advocate IIYItlSb waa A staunch member of the Stanford Baptist church and was an untiring worker for the Matter In her death Stanford loses one of Its best women such as any community can least afford to lose FAIRVIEW church near J H Car ter tore which was built through the Influence of Mrs Peter Straub Jr burned to the ground about 4 oclock a few mornings ago As the blaze was tint teen In the cupola the origin of tho flre is a mystery It was a substantial frame building and the loss falls heavily on tbo llttlecongregallon GREEN Mrs Fannlo Green died at the home of her daughter Mrs George P Taubman In Portsmouth 0 and the remains woro brought to the home of Dr W N Craig Wednesday night and Interred In Buffalo cemetery Thursday afternoon after short servi eel at the grave by Rev J W Hagln Mr Green spent male of her life In Stanford where the had the love and esteem of everybody She was a moat excellent chrlitlan woman and In her death tbo church loses a splendid worker for the Master cause Rev George P Taubman and Mr Charles F Green eon In law and son of thedo ceased accompanied tbo remains here Mrs Taubman being deprived of the tad privilege of witnessing the burial of her tnotnor because of her Illness Mr Green la survived by two chil dren Mr Taubman and Mr Green referred to above and much sympathy Is felt for them in the lose of their god ly mother Mrs Greens trouble was consumption and she had been 111 for several months 1 HER pastor Rev O M Huey pays- a beautiful tribute to Mrs R B Ma hone mention of whose death was made last Issue The lots of this spIeD dId woman has cast a gloom over town tad community for our people know bow much she was needed and what an important factor she woe In her happy homo Death Is tad at all times but specially le It so In this case No one ould hove looked on the griefstricken tusband and daughters mother and irotbors as they sat by the open grave In Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday after toon and saw all that was mortal of a rua wife a tender mother an obe llont daughter and loving sister low trod to her final resting place without t feeling of sincere sympathy for them ted without asking himself Why ras not some one taken who could have been bettor spared Truly IB It hard to realize that the death of one who bad so much to live for and ono who dId so much for the happiness of otb ire Is for the best But He moves mvi erlomly His wonders to perform and rhlle sorrowing for those upon whom he affliction falls 10 heavily we should toberlDer than day LIUERTY FAIR Aug 1718 10 Don1 miss It FOR RENTNewer house of seven rooms on Lancaster sired W DO Bannon LOST Between PenoY1 drug store and Beazloys stable a ladle sapphire ring Liberal reward at this office r Tim Harrodiburg Fair next week will have Carrie Nation the Saloon Smaiber as one of Its many attractions LEAVE orderwlthW H Hug gins for Armour Fertilize Oliver Plow Superior Grain Drills Disc Harrows Sc PAY YOUR CITY TAXES lam ready to receive your city taxes and will bo found next door to M D Elmores R G Jones marshal 2t THE fable In full blast and everybody who could go went from Stanford yesterday The show of stock Is floe and Immense crowds are attend- Ing dally EACH Tuesday during the month of August tbe L k N will sellroundtrip j tickets to St Louis at 10 2 good for 10 days This Is cheaper than you can stay at home Go TILE St Aiaph lethe hotel I know of In my large territory toreo marked a wellknown drummer the other day Mine Host Oar din always gives his guest the best the market af fords It matters not what the cost is Bio CAHHAQE Mr John H Eogle man Is the boss cabbage raiser Be showed us three head Wednesday that weighed 40 pouodsthe largest of which tipped the beam at 15 pounds The three heads filled a goodsized wheel barrow JOHN MENEFEB weenot 10 badly hurt while returning from tbe Crab Orchard fair as the Lexington Demo oral states ho was His horse icared at an automobile and threw him out ot his buggy badly bruiting and sprain lOll one of hlB knees and ho did have a narrow escape but wo are glad to state that he did not break his leg his an kle and two ribs as that paper states HUSTONVILLE Tho ladles ouxllltary of the 0 W B M will have an exchange hero next Saturday and It will be continued every Saturday thereafter until further notice FOR SALEI Thoroughbred Black Berkshire begs Southdown and high rade beep of both sexes John Steele Carpenter Hustonvlle Ky SAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We have t re ceived M cart coal and will loll ata reduced price of from 2 to 3 cents on bushel cheaper than In 40 days from above date KINO COX Moreland Ky The Brodhead Fair BRODHEAD KY Aug 17 18 19 Q Go and toll your friends to be there Rings for nil classes of stock and exciting races each tiny Write for catalogueR Sec Brodhcad Ky See Our Line of Suit Cases CUMfllNSMCLARY CIoingSeason 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 tt more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price is CA- SHMcROBBRXSH J Stanford Kentucky The Casey County Fair LIBERTY KY August 173 Days Meet your friends at tho Liberty Fair theyll all be there Show fpr nil classes of Stock Trotting Races Pacing Races Running Races rings each day Go and tell your friends to go J C COULTER President CHAS F MONTGOMERY Sec- yWe Still Have In Stock A Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very low prices W E Perkins Crab 1KyStanford Male And Female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY First term begins Monday Bent 5 1004 The member of our Faculty are all expe rienced teachers and of the highest degree of scholarship Everything taught from the point of Tlew of the practical and that which lead to the highest ture Wo earnestly solicit the coopnatlon of all who are Interested In educational work OS OAR B FALLIB Ph D Principal THE JNTERIORJOURNALI Entered n the post o fre at Stanford at ttiandclati matter xbilha uag9ran4 3iriday- u 1 PER YEAR CASHi tIWhen mot sopatdaaOO wI11 becharfSd I 0 I KHOXVILLE DIVISION i 14 Train iolni North 104 nm- JSOa0M u II U III- o Z5II II South J217am12M p m No J3II NEW LIVERY STABLE h SWBTOSaiSDNProrijI U JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates t Special Attention to Traveling Men and Jay For Bale IOratll600NECO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE 11Stanford Kv Reasonable Rates Also Dealers In I Jesse W Sweeney rJlOrlUETOR Livory Food sad Salo Shale Lancaster Ky l i Horses wellfed and cared for Up to dale rigs at reasonable rates 1 XJartl Traj1ort DBALCR IS WtilsKu Brandu Wines Beer tL Ginars Etc f Oarpenter Houu1 Oloso to Depot STANFORD KY I Prompt anlpoiltiatttaeoa Nothing but the be to dunk Mall phone of orders recelve erompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets mattings oil F cloth rug shades lace ticks curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partoUt doors l glass Ublos chairs safe wardrobes couches dressers wasbstands beds springs mattressesI- i Chamber suits water seta lamps chiffon lore folding bed washing machines wringers wall paper carpet paper trunks tele scopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BIOSUNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION F MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wtsbiug to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We have a number of flue Lincoln and adjoining county tarns sale and will be to show any one I flaceItI t Btable Stanford Ky II RBMutionv Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronag of the property owners In t e counties of 1ncoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado Nono but the and best OldLine Oom panics represented and the low eat possible rates ate guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentu- ckyII1DIG5TION i atomi goodftora medicine I took In a- yearMRS SARAn Eo BUIRPIELD Ellettevile Ind Draughtquickly tion the stomach and ofindigestionsmall doso of Thed IfordeBlade Draught occa sionally you will Keep your perfect THEDFORDS LA DRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re curediarrhc keeps the bowels regular All druggists packagestellIuThedfords Draught is the bowelsIi EneadeFerry COnSTIPATION J r f f IHARVEY HELM for Uoncreujn Ibis the s the action Bf tee dem critic party HON D L MOORE- of Mercer county li a canJIJste for cnEighth district to suteee4NonO G pterlsub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port li earnestly soHclteJ G G GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subret to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN li a candidate for Jdee of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of tie democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 8R subJecIGEORGE W DeBORD sutJecwT JEFF HILL SR subjectbJESSE C LYNN subjectmto SAMUEL M OWENS ulJectIDINK FARMER ssWecttbsto JAMES C HAYS- Is a candtdate for Jailer subject to the action of Ut lemocraHc party W 1 HERRIN- Is a candidate for JaRet uobject to the action f the Itaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public SchMts ef Lincoln County subject to the sooner the demo Static party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PubJIc Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo Critic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for reelection for Superintendent of PuNk Schools of Lincoln county uect to the anon c of the Deaocrarlc party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candklate far Assessor of Llncata aunty subject to the action of tile democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor ef Lincoln cmety sub Jct to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Ltaestn QMIiIlu- bIt to the action of the Decxxrattc party EMMETT MCORMACK IIe a candidate for Assessor of LtaMta cseuity Sib to the acthn of Me deatecrallc parts W A CARSON Is a caadttaM for Assesur tf Lincoln county Hit jectto the scUm el the deaaocralk party E D KENNEL Y Is a candidate for Assessor of Lamm couriy subject to the actfcx of tile democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney W Ltacela costly subject to tie acttoo of the Jratocritk party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county It a candidate for the noatatatkw for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Cungress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS BALSAMOlMwu Iroiurtef a laxvrUnt growth Grayltatreungmo4laeat J lag Beazley Co J Undertakers and- Embalmers I AL5ODIALIIIi1 FarnltnreDlattingsRngsThey kinds of Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ McGbMY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER AndDealoarln 5 HABNESS SADDL1BY 0 Stanford Ky Kentuckys Greatest Sunday School Convention The 3fltb annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association meets at Henderson August 24 25 20 Fully 1000 delegates are expected A tow Sunday School specialists always attend these State Conventions but this will be the first time In the history that as many as seven have attended Mr Marlon Lawrence International recognizedleader tbe world will be present and take a prominent part In the program Mr M A Hudson of Syracuse N willptake charge of tbe meeting for men Mr Hudson boa a national reputation as a leader In the Important work oft winning the men to the Sunday School Every Bible class ID the State should send a delegate Mr L P Leavel of Jackson Miss Sunday School Secretary of the Baptist Church a young man but arecognlzei leader In the Sunday School work an Interesting and Insplrlngspeaker will be there also Rev Geo O Bachman former General secretary Tennessee one of tbe bet Informed men and one of the strongest speakers In our ranks Mr A E Fox Rev T C Gebauer and Miss Nannle Lee Frayser all rec ognized specialists will take part Mr Lawrence Mr Leavoll and Mr For have just returned from Jerusalem and the Worlds Fourth and greatest Sun eday School Convention and will give an aocouniof thIs noted cruise A richer feast has bever boon spread for the Sunday School workers of Kentucky Every Sunday School la the State Is entitled to representation Tbe railroads give reduced rates and all accredited delegate will be enter tamed free- Henderson is halfway between Louisville and St Louis and stopover privileges will be allowed for those who want to attend both the Conven HOD and the Si Louis Exposition For program and full particulars address E A Fox 10 Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky Kentucky Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1901 afar e as reported Danville Augusta 3 days Harrodsburjr August Oa days Lawrenceburg August 16 4days Liberty Aug 17 1819 BrodheadAug 17 18 10- Sbepherdsvllle Aug 234 days Shelbyvllle Aug 231 days Springfield Aug 244 days Somerset Aug 304 days Nicholas vllle Aug 1tO3 days Florence Aug 311 slave Glasgow Aug M4 days ElUsbeihtown Sept d4 days Hartford Sept 214 dare Georgetown Aug 96 days Falmouth Sept 291 days To Old Point Comfort Ocean View and tbe Seashore O 0 route Sat urday Aug 13 t2 from Lexington Ky Train leaves Lexington at 740 v U Tbe famous Wblte SulpburSprlngs historic city of Richmond dellgbtlnl Old Point Comfort Fortran Mouroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Virginia Beach Ocean View are among the at tractive features Side trips at low rates from Old Point Comfort Surf bathing boating and fishing can be en joyed at Old Point Stopover privileges will be granted east of Kanawa Falls on the return Sleeping car rates will be 13 5090r berths from Lex ington to Old Point For reservation and further information addressG W Barney 0 P A Lexington Ky or C ik O agents Violent Attack of Diarrhoea cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a life saved- A e ort time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten re lief says John J Patton a leading cit lien of Patton Ala A friend recom mended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a 25c bottle and after taking three dose8 of it was entirely cured I consider it the best Remedy in the world for bowel com plaints Forsale by sll druggists While the Delaware and Hudson railway was Issuing an order that men over 35 years old shall not be received Into the companys employ as work men the democrats were presenting as a candidate for the vice presidency a man ot 81 years of ago The railway company Is evidently not In sympathy with tbe views expressed by the late Gov Allep of Ohio U Isnt bow long a man has lived that counts ItsI wbala left of him Washington Starc H C Pearce the negro Junior Vice Commander of tbe GAR In Ken lucky will not obey the order of tbe Department Commander to take com mand of the Kentucky delegation to tbeI national encampment at DostonItParties going on the 0 d 0 Excur eton Adg4th will please send In their names for sleeping car reservation as soon as possible G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky I HUBBLE Eld F M Tinder will nil his appointment at the Christian church Sunday afternoon A number of our Ileople attended the Crab Orchard Fair Mrs Cover of Bronston Is visiting her slater Mrs Thomas McBeath Miss Sue Anna MoKecbnle and Miss Ray of homiest lo are the guests of Mrs Jas MoKeoh nle Miss Llzcle Lay left Monday for St Louie Miss Maggie Gover of Broo ston la the guest of her aunt Mr Robert Rankle Mire Flonule Ham mood has returned from a visit to Mt Vernon Tyler Meaner who has been In Lexington for some time Is with blather here Cholera Infantum This disease has lost 111 terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy came Into general use The uniform success which attends the use of tithe remedy in all cases of bowel complaints children has made it a fa vents wherever Its value hu become known For sale by all druggists The statement thpublic debt of tbe United States for the month of July shows an Increase of 813510030 The comparative statement of the Government receipts and expenditures for the month shows a deficit of 3l74t77SS which Is accounted for by a falling oil In the receipts from customs and later aal revenue and Increased expenditures to various departments Lumber Notice I ftarframingpauy1hIN Produce Wanted I Will pay you the best market price for eggs hens hides feathers eta Oall and be convinced at II D ortb80U Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I want to bur staves spokes headings lumber logs etc Will nar ea prIce at Mareland D U 0 Vevton Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office In BuildingMAIN I Stanford Kentucky Have Your Buggy Painted It will oost you only li I use the best of paints and varnlske and Ktsaranteo raj work to be fintclao Call at shop on Socn erset street and tee speolaen of asy work elieaplandTo Wheat Raisers I Wei wUl stop IB our warliouet sad eleva tor alto bnmdt and tale prnar caro of wheat PKER OF VII Rug urn II Pee nr We further agree to nay for Us saw the price dell verod F O n at More land Button from the commUeloa mer chant of Olnclnn tl U D M LUla X SON lltMtnnrllle THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky otters the following courses of study viz Agricultural her tlcultural chemical biological mathemat ical physical normal school classical mechanicalengineering electrical en gineering civil engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also degreeRachr a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly SO professors and instruc tars County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain 10 months traveling ex pease The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for young women and 830 000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and In use proided Graduates from tha several curses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely ia excess of the ability of the col loge to supply Last year the matricula tion was 750- Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have shame of each de partment of science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy en gineering and instruction in science thoughbearingthe only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university workThe completion of the college hump for young women provides facilities for good board and lodging It is equipped with all modern conveniences including bath rooms and room for physical culture It Is heated by steam and lighted by elecric ityAn opportunity is thus afforded to them a thorough education in classics modern languages literature science mathematics logic metaphysics history and political economy No other in the state oilers advantages for education of women at all comparable to thoseoffer KentuckyFor ap pointments information regarding courses of study terms of admission apply- to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D LL D Or D C FRAZEE Dus Agt Lexington KyIS 1904 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKar CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors J D Paxton J D Owsley B H W 0 Walker Oeo W Garter J B Poster L 0 Oooch W II Uummlni Drlghtn w II Shanks I Successors to The Farmer hank sit Trust Company and under same management continuously fer 10 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankOf Stanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOj This Institution was originally established at the Deposit tank of In mlthen reorganised as the National flank of tn and again reorganized as the Pint National Batk of Stanford In 18SJ having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for U pears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact f hug promptly and woll than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited 1 Xo MM aeree lialwproTed land la Ira fe property In Unwlneowalj No Staill f im Staens Smllfe free titan ford Hews ot roarjooJ room back pored and la eemlfatten eoe aera la trait treee reel la a argue sad ran be seW at bargain One N Kheal aid eejarak IrkeJN ptr are Land sdj tnlg s44 fur III aq I Ill Tbbbbryaln K4i M acres gad Isatl TllStan six dwWg bats iuMketMMMeet Wkete lo Kraiawetl atered ad In Iwall- Ilea Vile 1bwo No eS Saes rear dwetll r geed cellar sad II acres lad user itu1id spat Frede aad e lWiUitlae la Mr eoeullUon Cheap tare et M to sewn WIU nit a stall Umllr No loea eJ la Perry eoemlT Kr oa Unne Vlae Onvk a trttMlanrof taejNeflk Folk of KeBlvekf river rwr teles 4wal farrle f la tbkknoa lose 9 tret U six feet Leer BTlSbl lo the seoth aWeeceek A rallioad U eurtered wltbln I ran of Mid 1 M timber eaaitMS oak ate Ttutvth Will sell or sebsafo N easy teems No KA alee IwoHtory elfbt teem Iraaae StaalonL Ilaaivo bell no4 eotlar NIvw goal atnlea well la kMehea MTV eakik es place wkfek rest tat M war- TM dU post fur 111 riMtilk tble MW sty ta Ik foeil repair aM ran he lambs far SIN- N afars m aces lip 4aarft4 bleegrar laid 1rre Heame heed o4 sleet and all oikor awreMarr ovtk IMIki all IB He el U Oleao lo ckarrk aL11 pMuAce nlliua4 eM I nc4 eettburlI4 env crew evlUeaUoo see 1 pw sad timber e4e Tel Ie d1 oMSBtrv koioo eaieaeM wall kIM patio II saw f- fteprip 1deaauMabla 7 arm Iset wllbln mike el Slaatttd 1ood repair kwdac goof o ia Us f well ad gone cMlar taco beta Will e Mkek e Ae Tewag om6M rd ad lae 1 ysrd OftntiU r aro rake garden prodoce se- 91N HI lrkIltee Nil frees K II cat la weei 114 forty aeee la cohlT flee IS sera IB paitureAaUBo a tlrber Owed Lane barn and all ate did repair Well watered mfeJMW teeurwof land IB Ford swot Ku six mLofrem railroad csd a miles Irew Artaswaa dyer SereatraerMof land Is river batten Is lItlau and tn fraas This laad li fur sale orexibatiRC No 81 Alarm otptetttf In Lincoln runtThree good dwelling S od bins aad other out UiilKllup eaeh biwie barn Ito clout the crater of 100 acres All on county rod U ulle hem chureh school and poatofflr GJswll and well watered This U a good tolo would suit iwo or ibro frulllee thai lultht wanl to come trout the same nelibbof hood Irlee reaeonaMa No w Twostory frame dwelling of its rooms Iwoballi Tirsnda tc well at dour and all other necessary outbullulnxs Alto largo blackimltb I bel dO n h lull length of bop Dd 10 feel wide This rIVptn wilt be sold at a very low price in 9A farm ol 112 urea four Mllrefrain Run ford on but pike In the well watered dwelling fronts pike all nrcmatrv Asndbl blue grw form sad only Uwner of tine farm this his woolly refused IU tier ore We odrthisat75sNo 55 Flay urn near Pleaunt Point Ky Frame nose S rooms and porch Barn and other outbuildings larrealn cultlTatlon reel In Um ber Well watered sou yards from putofficeKbooI ant well on and In c rem Ilia IGAO porch In the rear good garden rood neighborhood rloM to ch rebea aad school Uood tor small fam ily ftlcotUO No S UOUM and lot In Stanford House eon sins mod stable and o acres of land well fenced One of prettlcel building lota tn town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 story front could be built to the and be made a beautiful home Will Resold cheap as the mutt hate rooms hall and porch necceasary outbuildings garden Alto large two Mory store room 23x60 Iloer room supplied with WIr tn dwelling and storeroom also clitern and well on plate Small lot aad store or11200 Will till for 18SO or will rent sell separately No IS230 acre farm 5 mile of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrlek rooms two tenant houses two buns near dwelling Farm In 101gb lIte ot cultivation 160 acorN river bottom- land good fencing fruit etc Trice 13780 an acre No I5 Twotor seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story stororoom JOxCO liebltcksmllh shops tenant house stable crib ami ware house Every holding new and fencing In fine shape Allot the property Is In liutoutill Ky and we will sell It at a whole or sell eajh plan Yell at each stable and cistern at house For prices addte the abate named see rotary No 74 A splendid stock of goods fur ssle This Is the but and the nlreit and mat carefully selected stock of roods In Central Kentucky A splendid tndIn Lincoln and adjoining counties sell this for coot and earrlge and Ifou want to go In burin as you cannot place or Utter trade In outside of the title 7 1 farm at Highland Ky well improved well watered etc Price 9roo 7255 apes of land on Jamestown roaj south of Dunnvllle 100 acres cultivation about is acres In timber and rest In grass A lug new frame dwell- Ing also an till dwelling on place A new barn and two old ones watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price Store No joFour acres of land and a nits one story Ix tooth frame dwelling In McKlunty Ky water works In kltclieu and family room tired turn Officers I B II SHANKS President i J U OWSLEY Cashier w M Mst Cashier a J B HOOKER Preit ST Hangs V prey J J McKOBEUTS Ohr W U Obr f V Reid 8 T h DAullleIJ 8 K U M n B IL Baughtnan Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble r J H Ilaacbman Stanford J U Pettait Stanford IM Darter Ba to4 I IfCentralReal Estate Exchange 11 Title Company Stanford Ky NunesI Whgr- a1eghutwmrlrkeruUss M19MaaaNaalaMllmMClaw1 oesaty UaoLeesNTwrwy9rerNeI uatlroerMleaweoMaw NSTNlste4U4e lo sereaofUaeloMsaUe loceoatslnsaeTearoiMtfT buIMNsaeluepln outbuilding MoilnutesdrtTefroneouBtyeval Uourandlotinbtanford5rroomehall mone- yWoWUwelllngofilx countenshelvaetc Uulldlnptaor dweillogs 111- 0anlnrltoeYbetter Ibn- partlcularline In URIOUTr TOffloers WEAUENAsst Directors oeroosry oeubvlldlogs liars WjU feaeed 1 gaud npalr 11ew alma eaN aad It ra11ark tlH tar tks lad1Iproperty I Farm ol III aeree hi CaMr eawetr Two at dwelllCHC two good terse lied otker I gaol npi1r HtdeedU tobea- dUri sa in ciwrwuell L hID eI he 17 rsiaarfllaaarea tn Catv yeasty MfI I rent frtwe dwelHog as IdwolllBflalalrcowllUoB tiaras and other oert iMtliltof ta owatr rewlpldad teiesui Isad I weil watered L wells tfnag eta This U a de irearo IS salleo Trees ciao t- j lad OB 1 two U eoria lo eallleattto aefek la hiIIIafon I boHfktat OIl prtH u OK lru la IndlsDspo Us sad mesa hate mosey WaawbsrgUwdluM I steel lead la goM oetklioraood etoee to eefcaol I ad OB fool road Trice 755 j RyN x 181UTaiaoB la awe la UaiUe hell ouee eta Lays well w ooaaly soed osaoe W SHmkee lokoeloM Price ely less oinviiK No li Nh roc of load nor Grab UrebaNr140NM ICIII of toad ao ho eo ry Nero blew In thacle till Ky Ha all noceoowy owl IsiMdlac U woH watered AnPratdeg9 aetd lBc j Ing In pol raoalr aad b a e4fae e Y1r1 riles IO toO rNo eraTea e4 oBokalf sew of land alee two Mory Mven sure haioe 4wellMa Sale roooj so bye el rare I toy It Oaoo4 warm aeabes sire t 1 IMeeNrareK I of iSBaiol SMexkoadlse All uf Mb property ts It Maul PuUtkl onaly Ky sod COB be at a NtIC I l rtaoflMce eMar ll odhead Nleo ilearisvSwrNo 4Twoslorv ttaOdwslllegIteem ball adnda Wood gardea feaHBg ad koata IB good repair Serukorreel Pik reaMaaUo N SePans of iso aerto alliuled near King vlUe Kyj N atrrs In oulMratbin aY In Uailirr tel 1oUItpurebater This Is eertalaly ekrap property InStanfenlKy r1 Is ones the stdeNaWeborNln sewn 1ih reannablo otkuiWItipU IrlfefwoNo tor oxehaage llai all nenwary Iwprofeaenu well watered Ac Wilt be aold al a bargain rarlleulChanged Title Co WJnttbuKy1IU la- lair road II oefoUlh lull fl plhlterN byhtowNo Iff land in McKln terms n crnd rNo 7521 sera of good land six room two story UifrlllM writ watered good tenolng Is tt i the suburU of the elty cl Sunfbnl Clew to traded homePriceNo 37 4 room frame cottage and one sere e sand In KlnxtTllle Ky Large bun smoke house repairVrtnNo 70TI acres of land two story front cottage seven rooms halls elc IIIenew a good garden and splendid orchard ol I acre fencing Kootl two house moke pour etc A goof will on plate there Is also a good mill oa the place a g od eruthrr In mill It Is run by nilurn p H wer which 1s a great onuluy and tbe dim It In good repair WIU sill the property at a low Dcureor leaielt dvelllnqfourbulldlnit ErncingIpalwell watered cut In flye graULas 1 place for only f80 per ten No 20 Frame holel blKl roam d uble verse du hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting street 10 feet from hotel up stairs suita ble fordwe log 2 nice cottages nicely furnished papered and painted 4 rooms and veranda each A n on same lot used u livery stable Goal 209feetmoneyloprletorhareNNdlotent month On account of 111 hnlthol his wit oDI exchangeforNo 4 1 450 acres near Jumbo 200 acrea In IIIflhemInkllcbengarden Irlce IUDS tJDdIIICIINo 76 House and lot In Dmttown house has 1 rooms hall and nice veranjal Uood cistern lar a tarn and M ne csury outbuldlnct Eveiylhinir In good repair Irlce 9asa