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Ts SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL4 VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 9+ 1904 8 A M NO 47 1 J A Sunday Crowd at Olympian Springs the Popular Summer Re sort Near Mt Salem this County Frank Sims Prop t A Spinster Says That mea never lock sober untrue 4Same loll I was made to moo fit a wide wer utually ouiHvw It Muah of the exnarleeo a won set t comet too late to benefit blra Few men flan reitu the temptation to swallow undoierved prtlte Lying will never become a lust art until all men have beeo burled Some men kick because tbelr dally + bread doeint come already butteredI lint lew men bave been lojurcd by tbo accidental dlicbrfrge of tbelr duty Women admire a handsome mao when bo bal Rood geniebut there the trouble- Some men Ret eo tired doloz nutbtoi that they are never able todo anything else After a mao acquaintances really got to know him they often fall to rec Offolxo him When a man tayt there no use talk log you may at well prepare for a long- winded argument The number of things a man know about a woman It only about 1 percent of what he thinks bo knows You may have observed that men who sit around and wait for dead men shoes never out much of a figure la history Beware of the man vboimllei when be It angry be dangerous And be ware of the man who look gloom when he Is glad bet probably a humorist f A r Violent Attack of Diarrhoea cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a life saved A ibort time ago I WM taken with a w violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died If I hall not gotten re llctstye John Jetton leading chi hen of Patton Ala A friend recom mended CbamberUIni Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed I bought a 26c bottle and after taking three doei of It I ru entirely cured I consider it the host Remedy in the world for bowel com plaints For gale by all druggists Kentucky Fair Dates The following aro the date fixed for holding the Kentucky faire for 1901 as far at reported Uarrodiburf august 94 day LawrcnceburR August 104 days Liberty AUR 17 18 10- Drodhead Aug 17lS 10 Shepbcrdivllle Aug 281 days Shelbyvllle AUR 234 days Springfield AUR 214 day Somerset AuR304 day Nlcholaftvlllo AUR 803 days Florence AUR 314 days Glasgow AUR 314 days Bllzibelhtown Sept 61 days Uartford Sept 214 dave Georgetown AUR QQ days Falmuuth Sept 284 days I certainly did enjoy your sermon I eald the bard case who seldom attended church Indeed replied the Rev Mr Twaker and what part did you enJoy the most I Ruein It was tbo part whore I dreamed I had a million dollars T I think Ill learn bookkeeping ho saId Ohl replied tbo man who bad lent him one six months before you neednt waste any time doing that Admiral Duwcy and other dttin guished olllcera will participate In the celebration of Philippine day at the St Louie Exposition which signalizes the sixth anniversary of the surrender of tManilaS tt LlUERTY fair next f week Walt for MRS R B MAHONY It It with contrary emotion that I write a few lines or a splendid woman that hoe pone to br reward Mrs Sale He Penny Mahoay An emotion of dInet gds my bart at I have and esteemed her friendship since she was a child yet joy that I can add a few word to her worth at a woman a friend a daughter wife sod mother When the newt came of her death at we had teen her only two days before In all the glory of young womanhood It wat like an electric shock that paralyzes and stops the hearts motion So full of life of spirits of happiness to much to live fdr and enjoy It 110015I of tile that only will revealIWhen a pagan ruler died a friend said of him I come to bury not to praise him The evil that men do live after them tbe Rood It oil interred with their bones to I am glad to say here that I come to praise her and to refute that heathen notion that the good we do diet with ut It It not need pi for me to go Into the details of her life She was reared In our midst and but for a few years she has spent It among us At I said I have known her from a child sad a bright quick active child the was full of buoyancy sad a keen bees of perception that is nocnrded to few She stood at the hud of her alan always and would out be nullified with herself unless the bad mattered her task As the oblld so tbe womnbea- OlIr shopped nt halves but made sue- sea of everything the undertook A task half done bad better bs let undone This being one of her p edoml nant ohtmoterlstlos made her a useful woman In her home In society In her ohuron and lit organlzAtloot So belp ful to husband to children so ready to be spent for others toll It why some of ber church associates said we cannot do wlthput her rats nocesiarlly made ber lead a strenuous life for domettle duties being tbe tightest the bad for ber husband who prized and appreciated her worth made this pots ble by supplying ber every want and providing her with the but belp tbat could be found 1 he last few days of her life were especially such that one wbo was not physically the rqual of many may have caused her death Two days of mono cent pleasure and providing It for her children then serving ber cburoh un tit tbo very stroke came She really died In the harness If this was tbe Cause of her death It only proves bow nature haggles over ber bargains and lets no service overreach her It Is a heathen proverb That whom the gods love dlo early and as the had not reached the fortieth mile poet the was a young woman and to cheery so full of life so vivacious that one could not think of her as ever being old yet so tactful so resourceful she could adapt herself to either young or old She bad few enemies and they were the offspring or tbelr own natures that could not bo congenial with her loftier ideas of life else they were born of tbelr onvy nod jealousy With a good word for made people tatltflod with tbemaolveaI One felt that deceit had oo place In her heart she was honest always but never brusque Now In this short and imperfect tribute to the woman I know I am voicing the minds of many and In the deepest distress of mother brothers husband and children there must be a pride that so noble a woman was theirs and if we could have lifted the veil we might have beard her say Dear Lord hbro are the talents tbou heat given me I have brought five more II MRS STEELE BAILEY Hokelawyer Judge William D JUt rist and widely known ctylzsn It dead In Louisville NEWS NOTES Ualf the business portion of Albion la has been destroyed by Ire Eight men were Injured two fatally by tbe collapse of a wall In New York Mrs UcDJimtn A LaIr one of the UeorgetowoIiaRussian credit has been shaken even at St Petersburg at a result of the wart The body of a man supposed to bo waaIa complication of dUeascs Oliver W Hoot fur year a leading republican politician In the State la dead at hit home In Newport The National Annotation of Stationary Eoctneort decided to hold Its next annual meeting In Louisville While under the influence of whisky ObrUllan Rotbe a Louisville tailor wounded his wile and killed himself An archaeologist has discovered M race of cliff dwellers In the Sierra Ma dra Mountains In Northern Mexico Thirtyeight persons were injured only ouo of them seriously In the wreck oo tbe Louisville and Nashvllli Horse Cave Indiana school teachers will raise a of 20000 to bo used In furtbui effort to locate and convict the mur derer of Miss Sarah Scbafer Rev S P Verner a Presbyterian missionary who brought eight pigmies out of the African jungle for the St Louis fair has arrived there An attempt was made on the life of tbe President of Uruguay but be and his family who were driving with him escaped Injury from the torpedo With his wife aod children ceiling to him from the bank Peter Koch wash drowned In a creek at Fern Grove He was apparently overcome by cramps The PUuburg Steel Company bat contracted with the Republic Iron and Steel Company for 110000 tonsof billets Toll contract Involves aboutl2000000 It It reported at Nagasaki that Port Arthur has been capturd by tbo Jap anete but the report It hot credited at there are oo official advices to con firm ii- The interest of the State of Maryland in tbe old Chesapeake Ohio canal It to be told to the highest bidder A railroad company It said to want tbe ca nal for a road bed While trying to rescue a small dog from an Interurban electric car on the Maytvltle pike Mrs Miranda Evans wife of Thomas Evans of Lexington was struck and Instantly killed by tbe car Brig Gen Wm F Spur ID of the United States army retired died sud denly of apoplexy while on a visit to his old homo at Carlisle Tbe remains were sent to West Point N Y for burialMany people attended the funeral services of F Kent Loomis a prominent lawyer of Parkersburg W Va tbe minister In his address Intimating his belief In the theory that ho was murderedNashville will open headquarters in Louitvllle to make a ground floor fight for the next biennial conclave of the Knights of Pytbla New Orleans Cincinnati and Boston are also after the conclave New Orleans Knight bave raised aguarantee fund ot 150000 The Russians are still headed to the north and making fairly good time Gen Kuropatkln reports that he has retired in perfect order from Haj chong They are also clearing the track for further retreat by ordering alt clilzini to get OUt of Harbin and make room for soldiers The Government has to far estab lished 23000 rural delivery routes Riving dally mall delivery to 2300000 families or to more than 11000000 persons Estimating the population at 77000000 the postofllco department Is now serving oneseventh of all the people In the United Siatea through the rural delivery COSTS NOTHING UNLESS CURED A Fair Offer Made by Penny to All Sufferers from Catarrh QL Penny is selling Ilyomei on a plan that has caused considerable talk amongst his customers The plan is diflerent from that followed by other remedies but the remedy itself Is different also This treatment for the cure of catarrh Lisa such an unusual record of cures to Its credit that Penny offers to refund the money if it does not give the desired benefit This is certainly one ut tbo fairest offers that can be made nnd any one who has catarrh and does not lake advantage of it Is doing himself or herself an Injustice Do not suffer any longer with tickling smarting burning eyewatering troubles that nflllct thoso who have catarrh Hy omel will cure you but if you should not find ft adapted to your case Penny will return your money HUSTONVILLE Cowan d McCormack thlpped four carloads of splendid lambs to the Cln clnnatl market last week F M Ware the mayor of McKlo nay reports his corn crop too bard for roasting ears and Is easily converted into grits- Too ladles auxllllary of the 0 W B- Id will bave an exchange hero next Saturday and It will be continued every Saturday thereafter until further notice S T Carpenter bad a narrow escape from serious Injury by his borse numb ling and throwing him his foot bang log In tbe stirrup but his weight broke tbe girth ana more than likely saved hlJ life Dame rumor calla for a wedding ere the flitting snow flakes fly In the Wes End and the high contracting couple are both prominent and popular Watch tlfe columns of this paper for further parilpularg Newton Bros temporary wooden structure erected on the site of their burned hotel hat been moved East on Main street to mako room for the building of their new brick recently contracted with Allman k Stone Work upon the foundation is to begli by the 16th The most delightful event of the past week was the evening dinners given the young people by Mrs T L Carpenter and MrsJ K Baughman The fortunate participants wero highly entertained and the evenings passed mark a memorable event in their jour noy through tbe spring time of life F M Peavybouse missing one ofhti milk cows heard an unusual noise In the second story of a vacant twostorj cabin on the farm ventured up fully ex pecting to find ome late sleeping tramp but to his surprise found his cow By the use of rope sod several bands she was safely landed on terra firma Tbe hearts of the music loving por Hot of tbe congregation at the Pretby terlan church here was filled to over flowing by that sweet voiced soprano Mitt Lelia Wheeler In the of Dudley Bucks famous soloreodltlonlI deemer and My Lord and That are Weary by Brackett MluIWbeeler hat been Invited to tbe Christian church next Sunday A large audience will hear ber Miss Mary D Kennedy of Stanford Is visiting Mitt Katberine Hall Mist Martha Alberson of Harriman Teen Is visiting F M Peavyhouse and fami ly Mrs Dr J C Barker has returned from a protracted visit to relatives In Tennessee Mrs Henry Allmat and children aro with Eian Lyon and family to spend the heated termN Miss es Maggie Campbell and Alice Lyon were shopping In Daovllle last week Taken with Cramps Wm KIrmse a member of the bridge gang working near Llttleport was take suddenly ill Thursday night with crimp and a kind of cholera Ills case was a0 severe that he had to have the member of the crew wait upon him and Mr Glf ford was called and consulted He tot them he had a medicine in the form ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly severe doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The Incident Breaks quite highly of Mr Giffordi medicines Elk ader Iowa Argus This remedy never tails Keep It In your home It may save life For sale ball druggists 812 OS to Michigan and return Wed nesday Aug 17th Tbo Southern railway will tell tickets from Danville Ky to Macklnac Petoskey Bay Viet and Cbarlevolx Mich and return byway of Louisville Monon Route to Chi sago and the sumptuous steel steamer Manitou For full Information or pamphlet of particulars call on Mr Mark Batter ticket agent Southern Railway Danville or address C H Hungerford district passenger agent Louisville Ky Clyde Collins who deserted from the coast artillery service at Fort Mans field R L and came to LouIsville to meet the girl to whom ho had become engaged by mall was disappointed in love and surrendered to the police r To the Worlds Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rtnoarson G P A Cincinnati 0 G E Clarke T P A Loxlo Ky 11 I find nothing bettor for liver derange snout and constipation than Chamber loins Stomach and Liver TabletsL F Andrew Des Moines Iowa For tale ball y druggists China is the greatest slave country In the world Of a population of 400 000000 there are slaves to tbo number of 10000000 LOTHINti SALE AT TilE GLOBf1 We have divided our entire Stock of Fancy Suits In two lots one lot to sell at 4 1000This Includes all of our best goods that sold as high us 122 The other lot at K o00m j In thin are all the Suits that sold for IS 60 and f10 00 XII sizes from 48 down to iinull boys sizes Owing to the backwardness thee season this Spring we have an unusually good assortment of Bar gains to otTer in this sale THESE PRICES ARE CASH None of these goods will be charged T o mILLER Danville Ky I THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from w H HIGGINS STANFORD KY t Miss Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Harvo Steward porter T Pumps T Pumps I and I sell the est PumpsI am a pump man allover Pumping 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 840 and from 2 to 200 feet deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS needs no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP isuSo easy to fix You can replace the valves without removing lump from well withnothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guttering anti Pump work lone on short notice and satisfac tlon guaranteed Phone 11G S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford K- yDrujgistConfidence Confidence no four of mistakes is what we have built our trade unon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATE RIALS are our stock in trade When you want things- a done right when you want pure drugs when you are tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every departmentthe best service and tho best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N CraigPharmacistSta- nford Kentucky GO TO I W B McRoberts FOR II GARDENSEED DRUGGIST STANFORD IGARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS THE JOIMALl WALTONItE C DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Prtttitltfll ALTON BROOKS PARKER oj New York For Vice Praldtnl HENRY O DAVIS of list Virginia TILE INTERIOR JOURNAL unlntenl density did the SaufleyCarroll dele It stated lastgates an Injustice wben at1 issue that they left the convention Lexington Truth of the business Is the Cantrlll crowd adjourned the con ventloo without a majority of the votci and left the SoufleyCarroll delegates not voting on the motion Immediate I 1y following this the SaufleyCarroll delegates gathered In a corner of the hall and proceeded tb organize another convention They elected Mr Don aidon whom they had voted for as chairman and W S Burch of Lin No count was hadCOlD as eecretary but tho chair 4ofthe delegates present man stated that 103 delegates were represented A motion was made by C O Fox of Boyle that the convention adjourn to meet there on August 34 next This was adopted just as Chief Jerry Reagan Informed the delegates that the mayor did not want them to meet In the ball and refused to allow It They adjourned and returned to their respective headquarters Tbo convention was the most disorderly In the bis tory of the democratic party The Can trill men went to Lexington with the Intention of running things to eult then selves and they were ably assisted In this by their chairmen Messrs Lee and Mltcbell the Lexington police force and a goodly number of thugs and hoodlums There were probably dozen fights and bleeding and bruised Fortunately or beads were numerous unfortunately as you like nobody was seriously hurt It was a disgraceful affair and we earnestly believe that on calmer consideration Judge Cantrlll will aek a nullification of the nomlna tlon and request a all for another cod ventlon The grand old man cant afford to accept the nomination coming as his did His long and honorable career as a citizen lawyer and judge must not be tarnished by his accepting what does not belong to him Sweet and theOwens vote was contested Carroll men held the credentials from the county chairman and until that contest was settled Judge Cantrlll nor any otter man had a right to use that vote THE INTERIOR JOURNAL has never refused to support a democratic nominee and will never do eo as long as It romaine under Its present ownership but II declines to put Judge James E Cantrllls name at Its masthead until he Is declared the nominee for Appel late Judge by higher authorities than the socalled convention that nominated him The editor both admires and respects the grand old gentleman and believes that nothing Ie too good for him but be must get a clearer title to his claim before we can place him under the presidential nominees Parker and Davis TUOSE who heard Bon R C War rene splendid speech at the Lexington convention speak In glowing terms of it The wav he went after Chairman Lee for his unjust and outrageous rul the honest delegates toga was a caution and and members of the convention applauded him vociferously It made the other crowd look like thirty pent POLITICAL Owing to an attack of lumbago Sen ator soar will not actively participate- in the coming campaign Chief Justice Burnam will be a can ticket to suc didate on the republican ceed himself on the appellate bench In this district Dr A A Ames former mayor of Minneapolis convicted of accepting a bribe will run for Congress on the re publican ticket Populist men met In New York and arranged to notify the presidential can dldate Thomas E Watson of his nomination at Cooper Union August 18 Finis Garrett a young lawyer of Brownsville Tenn won the democrat ic nomination for Congress over Rice A Pierce for U years Congressman from the Ninth district Hon Harvey Helm Llncolna Congressional entry was here Monday mingling with the voter Ho paid the Herald a pleasant call While Mr Helm found everybody for our own homo man Col D L Moore be made many friends that may do him good In the future Harrodsburg Herald JJ Cornwell wee nominated for gov ernor by the democrats of West Virginia at Parkersburg Henry J Da vis democratic nominee for vice presi dent attended the meetings of the res olutions committee the members of which acceded to his views concerning the platform which was afterward al moet unanimously adopted l Edwards Is sanguine of being nom nated for Congress says a dispatch London The Haytlan authorities have adoptE vigorous measures to stop the antlr foreign movement and quiet once morn prevailsCongreaeman James N Kehoo was named as the Kentucky member of the democratic Congressional campaign committeeIn primary In Nelson Nat W Halstead was nominated for county attorney Morgan Gllkey for county clerk and P 0 Mass for jailer Tho race for school superintendent laI in doubtIFormer United States Senator WmI Lindsay of Kentucky now a reeldeDtI of New York In a letter to Bon JasI C Sims of Bowling Green states that he Is for Judge Parker for president and In eyrnpath with the entire demo cratlc platform Ho will speak In Rent Lucky during the campaign John W Kern of Indianapolis after smothering a vice presidential boom at St Louis steering Thomas Taggart to the chairmanship of the democratic National committee and receiving the democratic nomination for governor of Indiana Is resting at Lake George be fore entering the campaign John D Carroll has addressed a let ter to Chairman McQuown of the dem ocratic State central committee 8et ting forth the circumstances of the appellate district convention which resulted In the nomination of Judge Cantrlll and asking the committee to review the action of Chairman Lee Judge Parkers resignation as chief justice of the court of appeals has been flied with the eecretary of State This will enable the Issuance of the neces sary orders to bring about the election of a successor to Chief Justice Parker this fall for the full term of 11 years Instead of an appointment by the governor for one year If the resignation had been delayed until after Aug 10 Chairman Lewis McQuown of the democratic State Central and Executive Commltees has received a request from the Hon John D Carroll that the central committees be called In session to hear his prosest against the action otExecutlveCommltteeman W A Lee of Owen countv taken In the fifth appellate district convention at Laxlng ton In seating a contesting delegation from his home county before the temporary organization bad been effected He will call the committee together The call will bo Issued within the next day or two for a meeting within the next 10 days The meeting will be held either In Frankfort or Louisville probably at the latter place as the call for the meeting will also Include consideration of the question of holding a primary election or convention In the WashingtonMarlon circuit court die trlct which bas just been referred by the district committee to the State committee the former being unable to agree I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Hon George Nell Isdead at Columbia Henry Williams a Mlddlesboro boy was probably fatally gored by a bull N E Gill president of the Farmers Bank at Salvlsa Mercer county Is dead J J Rust was found dead In bed at the home of bis son Charles Rust in DanvilleGeorge Coffey colored aged4 stab bed Frank Neal also colored aged 13 to death at Danville George W Courtney one of Shelby Tountya most Influential farmers died at his home near Flnchvllle William H Rourey who broke jaIl I at Danville Nov 7 Is back in bill old cell having been caught In California Ike N Arnold proprietor of the Paint Lick Hotel has announced for assessor of Garrard Mr Arnold Is a good democrat and an exceedingly clever man- n I C Nuckols formerly a resident of Barrod burg was arrested In Louis ville on the charge of forgery He attempted to commit suicide on finding bo could not give ball President Frederick W Hlnnltt of Central University has arrived In Dan ville from Iowa He was met by a del ration from the board of trustees and accorded a hearty welcome John Donahue Jr a prominent young farmer of Hyattsvtlle Garrard I county died after a brief Illness The Interment took place at Lebanon Sun day where be formerly lived The wife of J P Mitchell of Bar rodsburg awoke to find a Negro man standing over her with a club Her screams scared him away but be was afterward caught and placed In tail James Adams the man who was shot at East Berustadt la still alive Adams who had been drinking was In company with two other mon While passing the homo of Link Baker Adams commenced throwing rocks at the bouse whereupon Bakers wife fired the shot which wounded Adams A crowded passenger train on the Missouri Pacific crashed through a bridge near Pueblo Col and nearly 100 people were killed The United States European squad rOD has been ordered to Turkleb wa ters A Chicago man lost bis life ID trying to save a policeman from death t CHURCH TTBRSIRev Argabrlght of Georgetown assisting Pallor Jones In a protracted meeting at the Baptist church at Crab Orchard I Elds F M Tinder of Lancaster and J Q Montgomery of Liberty will begin a protracted meeting at Hubble Sunday next Eld J G Livingston Is holding an Interesting meeting at Watts Chapel He will begin a at Halls 0 Sunday Rev the mornlnllIseries of sermons for Rev Robert Jor den at Hebron He will continue through the week and hold quarterly meeting Saturday and Sunday next MATRIMONIAL Mice Janlo Feland and Dr A Do Moss Bradford were married at Rich mond Robert Rowsey of Casey and Mlis Della Stone of this county were join ed heart and hand last week Samuel Hoguo and Miss Mozelta Barnett both of this married at J W Hawsonss aturdayl Godfrey Hunter Jr has been on other tear this time at anI where bo was robbed of his watch at diamond ring I In a street fight at Williams Sldln Jesse Williams a leading lumberman I was shot and killed by Green Flynn also prominent Evidently mistaking her for a burg lar Albert James of Finley Ind shot and killed his 15year old sister The heaviest and most dcstructlvo rains In years are reported all over Southern Colorado Princess Alice of Monaco was robbed of a diamond valued 812000 while at a hotel in Paris George W Hays L S N agent at Sunuy Side Warren county was kill ed by a train i Lee Warren an aeronaut was killed while giving an exhibition at Baton IndMaj L C Norman is critically III at FrankfortR Is dead at Mavtleld FOR RENT Tbe little storeroom on Lancaster Street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky SAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We Lave re delved 25 can coal and will tell ata reduced price of from 2 to 3 cents on bushel cheaper than In CO days from above date KINO A COX Moreland Ky Dr OS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and reasonable Hustonvllloi Kentucky The Calvert Miss Willie K Hockcr Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis To Wheat Raisers I- Wo will itore In our warehouse and clove tor alto handle acid take prper care of our wheat FREE OF CIIAKOE until Dec 11001 We further agree to pay for the tame the price delivered F O II at More land Station from the commission mer hantsofOlnclanatl0D SON Huitonvllle LOOK OUT HERE I We are with the Farmers Roller Mills making hour In Stanford as white at mow and as pure ai the mouptaln air Do no think It a mistake and If you want flour I that will bake a cake lust bring your wheat In and D V will take pleasure In waiting on you D V KENNEDY A CO For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated jUlt outside of town limits on the Bomenet pike house has 7 room kitchen and ser ants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial IMwau saloon COOD at RICE Prors Specialholoealeass Beer Oae keg und bottled 0 Itrent Bouthwood mixer Phone 80 Stanford Ky FOR SALE I The wellknown Old Port Pharmacy To effect an Immediate sale an 1800 store Is offered for II 500 cash The owne- goingIs West Nearest competitor 1s three squares North another Is eight squares West none East nr South A large territory rapidly Improving Situated In tho largest voting precinct the city Etab lished 11 yean Rent 120 per month A decided bargain Address OLD KyN IFOR SA11EI Thoroughbred Black Berkshire hcgH Southdown and high grade I of both sexes John Steele Carpenter Hustonvlle Ky A S PRICK Surgeon Dantt- ettantord1y OBMOT r McEoUru1 Drug Store tn the Owilsj BoUdins Farm For Sale IIIOD account of Illhealth I desire to sell privately my farm of 10 acre located io edgo of union vllle Good Improvements fruit never falling water Will as whole or divide Small house on lower part Q n HARNKTT- Uuitonville Ky Dripping Springs Spoars FlshorMgr Splendidlcountry Write for purUcuars Postoflleo Dripping Springs Ky ITHEJoseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shill be cub- In advance weekly and monthly prorI atonal bills flue when services are rendered and must 1M paid promptly E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford POSTED IWe whose names appear below strictly kind of tree hunting fishing or any passing on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of tho law J Z Spoonamore T M Holmes II F J B Oaiaeulscb Peter lUlraor W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife E V Carton II P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Sara F Reynolds Morgan Humphrey c T Oharle Eossltn II McAllster Mrs Kate Ador Kelehenbach ilea Fred VoaQrurntganAlbert VonOruenlgan Frfd VonAllman Fred llaumann h IEVERYIODYIS NOT A TAILOR 1 haying been In the 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 dlrrctons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out prices are tbe same as Inez terlcnced men who are In the business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If I I you deslrQ at a moderate price Thank 1 ing you for past favor I am noun I II C BUrLEY the Tailor I BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAXFOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is toUched horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection Stanford Granite Marble Co f IKCOUrOIlATKD s-t Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers tablets etc from our own Lincoln county stone recent ly discovered the analysis which proven the finest qualltv Thla tone is It to be of In several colors We can furnish standard I material from any other quarries In the world Phone mla ofllee Do Iloonv pres Stanford Kv or T J Teter branch office McKinney Ky Administrators Sale lootp As administrator of the citato of J V deceased l will olror for sale and Coffey with the consent of Joseph Coffey their on Urn farm of 3811 notes of as good as lain and an uecoe the couaY with residence earyoutbuildings 3 good barns 2 of them large fencing plenty of stock water very aU In grass except about CO Mm The farm lap well on tho Unllooyllle and Danvtllo tn good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on S not sold before the 8th of September will then be sold to tho highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal property eonebtlng of seed off of eS hay off of 86 acres acres wheat art of 60 acres corn off of It awes 3 good work mules 1 yearling mule 2 brood wares IS yearling cattle 1 binder 2 machine 1 harrow as good as new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant er S Oliver Chill plows No 201 corn holler 2 A harrow 1 bay baler In order 3 two 2 frames oneh lf Inter bushelseof orchard grass seed and harness 1 sad some old corn 1 buggy die bridle and blanket SSO locust posts for wire fence 100 white oak posta for rail fence 50 locust posts for pot rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 watch 1 sll ver watch 1 farm roller 3Ii hump brakesI cultivators 2 double shovul plow Any one desiring to sea the place can on mo or on the and we will show 0roclock sharp Also pIke stock In the Mlddloburg A Liberty Turnpike 114 shares of stock la the Mid dleburJ TxxretThe farm will be sold for one third cub balance on one and two years time with lien retained on land W A Camay Admr TOW EW3UJH Ane W Oranu d1The closing out sale to quit business is going on Great crowds are buying the many BARGAINS we are offering Get in the push Q and save MONEY Remember its COST and BELOW COST for you OW8LEY JlLOrK WATCH Wit AM THE GRAND LEADER M B Logy O Co S B Levy t Mastic i ReadyMixed I Paint j I Mantle Mixed Paint M made trop pure lead star and lineedoil thorIoughly mixed If properly applied to well seasoned surfarr we tee It to give satisfaction Having sold this paint for IT years we lIavw what It will do Price 133 per gallon PENNYS DRUG STOREr StanfordKy Stanford Male And Female Seminary I STANFORD KENTUCKY M First trrm begins Honda Bent v loci The member sat oar F cultr are nil ripe rlenced teachers and of the highest degree of s liu aniblp tbo point of view of tbe praUat sod that whlh leads to the lugtieu degreeofgeneral cul ture We earnestly lolllt the rofp rattan of ai who are inurtned In eduralkmal Iwork USiAItn KALtIS fit H Principal IIonea1tand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marblennd Granite In Central Kentuckyr Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper 1 Wtf ADAMS Ky il IMPORT t Just received Germany the Cups Saucers KentuckyLexIngton brought TO town from the Pottery fer ever to offered the trade 1time I Set Cups Plates for 125 set Tumblers 4GEORGE Stanford H ooI C McCormackDealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce Ly C R McCormack Hustonville J w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY An 9 180 WE aro solo atrenti for Eautmso Kodak and Supplies and have mad an extra effort to supply the demand 01 the Atnaluer Photographer Shoul you need aoythlotr of this kind wo will make every effort to supply you Penny tore Stanford Ky PERSONALS MRS DR STBBU BAILEY U quit sL lcMR AND MRS W P TATB are at s Urlpploe Spring MR AARON WIIEATLEV ofOhlo II I I with Mr Wm Plaid MR K D KENNEDY U here trot Lexington for a few day Miss POLLY TRAYLOR II vhlUnlr MUt Olrde McOlnnli In Danville DR T M LEWIS U at Crab Orohan drinking the bealtbKlvntr water Miss SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS wont to LoulevUlo yesterday to visit Irlondi Miss BLIXAIIBTH MOORK of Boston U the guest of Mini Daisy VitnDeveer MRS LAURA KnnciinvAL of Troy Mo I with her brother Ed Wllkln len MR OHOHOB MCAHBTBR of Lex- Ington was beta with relative 3atur day MORRIS PBHl 8 of Crab Or bard the World FairIDRECK JONBS JR returned Iron St Louli with John Owiley Reid and I It his guest d MR O M YOUNG our IllehUnc correspondent U threatened with ty r phoid fever Misaiw PEARL AND HANNA AL I I DRtDOB of Markiburj are with MM S U Aldrldco MIBS HAZEL KIRK SLAUOIITHR 01 Birmingham Ala U visiting relative l at Orab Orchard I T K SALTER U back from the Phil- Ippines mingling with old friend who I are glad to see him MR K C ADAMS of Greenoaitle Ind U with bit relative Mn R S Martin at Drodbead MRS T L OARIBNTER of Huiloo vllle accompanied her husband tc court hero yesterday MISSBS MAODB AND VlRDA HAOIN ae spending a week with their broth er Rev J W naaln CECIL WILLIAMS It back from St Louis and Princeton Ind whore he bat been for tome time MR U Q OIVBNS and handsome wife of Mobile Ala are visiting hit father Mr O M Given MR OEOROE A TUCKER and family are back from Tyrone O T BatltQed with tbe Wett End of Lincoln Miss ANNA MoKECllNlE left Satur day to visit her uncle Jai MoICechnle at Hubble Montlcollo Outlook PRETTY Miss LEILA KOIIINSON reo j turned to Chicago last night after a i visit to her parents Mr and Mrt W j P Robloion MRS MARY A BACKLEY hat re turned from a two months stay at Ada I T Sho It delighted with the place which ibo thinks It destined to bo a great city I MR E P OWBLEY and wife haVo returned to their homo at Columbus Ua Their daughter Mitt Mattie Hays Owtloy will be with Mitt Pearl Burn tide for soma Limo MRS MATTIB WITHERS chaperoned Misses Margaret Hopper Evelyn and Louise Eastland and Walter 0 Hop per to Crab Orchard Spring yesterday TneV will remain there tome time HON HARVEY HELM was at tho II horse show yesterday and last night went to Shelby county Ho Is a candi date for Congress In the Eighth die trial and Is confident of winning the nomination Oct 1 Hon J S Owsley Sr of Lincoln county was with his daughter Mrs W P Walton on West Third Street Lex Democrat Miss MELLK HOPPER of Huston vllle Is the guest of Miss Mabel Tay lor on Third street Mica Fannie King of Crab Orchard Is visiting Mr and Mn Charley Douglas and other relatives Mrs Prlscllla Drown of Morolnnd Mrs T L Carpenter of nuitonvlllo and Miss Cordelia Rife of Covlngton are visiting Mr N W May Miss Ellso Eogleman entertained a number of her friends very hand comely last evening The home was- tastefully decorated and the evening was I moat delightful onoAdvocate ALL SUMMER GOODS At Cut Prices to Move Them Quick Fall Goods are Coming in and We9 Must Have Room for the Largest Stock we Have Ever Bought SEVERAT1CE ON STANFORDMRS Jos ConEY Is III CAIIIIELL D WOODS is quite sick MR J C McCLARY Is attending tbe Funeral Directors Association ID Louisville Dn W B QBASNON Misses Myrtle and Roberta OBannon and Meatn Welch Rochester and Manly Huev left this morning for the World Fair LOCALS LIIIERTY FAIR Aug 17 18 ID DODt miss It r DRODIIKAD FAIR Aug171810 De suro and got- CRtoAootypewriter for Chea for oath This onlce Fort Rls TNnw bouie of save rooms on Lancaster street W B 0 Btnnon r TUB Crab Orchard fair made ood money and a dividend of 36 or 30 per cent will be deolared Tint L fv N will soil roundtrip tick ate to the Brodhcad fair Aug 17 18 IB good till SO at 81 cents DAVID DRVE killed a rat that meat ured 18 Inches from the tip of Its tall t- Its noo Coroner Skldmore tells ut Pun SALK NlaB Ave room cottag on Wbltley Avenue A bargain Beo O O Withers or L R Hughes for partloulart LEAVE your order with W U Big gins fnr Armours Fertilizer Olive Plows Superior Grain Drill Din Harrows o I TilE primary to nominate a candl date for Congress will be held In the 11th district today We predict tha Gum Shoo Hunter will win TUB pieg a subttantla wire and Iron fence around the Jill res Idenco which will materially Improve the appearance of the property whet completed EACH Tuesday during the month 01 August oho L d N wllltellroundtrl tickets to St Louis at 19 26 good for II days This It cheaper than you cat stay at homo Go KILLED IIY LiailTNiNO During a thunder ttorm last week Mary Greaser daughter of a German living In the urnertvllle section was struck bj lightning and Instantly killed Sbe rat fpllltlng kindling In a woodshed when the bolt struck her AT a meeting of tbe coucty omml tee In Garrard oounty Saturday Judge A D Ford was renominated for coup tv judge and David Ross for jailor Olayt Arnold was named for tberll sad Miss Mlttle Dunn for school tu lerlntendont Tbe rest of the coun t1 ticket will bo nominated by a prl mary Out 8 MR JT PALTER It at home from the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley lor- a tow days Ho U delighted with the Elotne which now has 201 Old Cooed on Itt regltter Tho average ale 01 the men there U about 70 years and al only 10 of them are on the sick list It will bo teen that It it a pretty oaltby crowd assembled TUE editor of the eqNews says be printed our copy of his paper upside lawn on purpose that we might bettor mdcrstand that papers republican loctrlne Wo Infer from this that re publican doctrine Is clearer to the un nltlatcd when you take It the reverse 01 the way It Is Intended This being ho case we suppose we must believe hat the republican party Is for tree liver freo trade Bailors rights and alt but not least does not Indorse asatslnatlon Two routes will be put In operation Tuesday Sept 15 Route No ljtoel by Rowland Walput Flat Su Rar Grove Schoolhouse Jones and lowane farms etc and the carrier eturns to Stanford by noon abundant time for man for Nos 23 and 24 The aroa covered on this route Is 18 square miles There are 135 houses and the opulatlon served Is C07 Tha salary Is IOCS a year but a carrier has not yet icon named Route No 2 goes by Lyle Logans farm Tribble corner J Moore corner Bishops farm Knob jlck pike 24 4 5 square miles Area overed 20 square mile 145 houses and opulatlon of G52 served Tbe salary 18 1720 and the carrier will be named later Both routes will leave Stanford t7AM CALL and settle your school laze W H Wcaron Trcai 2t Ice cream freetsrs cost to nine out Gco H Farrls k Co r I TUB court crowd yesterday was no up to the average and business was con splouous for Its abeoncen TUB L L N no oxcurslo train to Cincinnati Aug 21 on account of a shortage of equipment TUB Danville fair wassuccess Irom every standpoint Tbo attendanc from Lincoln county was very large TilE First National Bankstock col- by Bright do Paxton committee yei terday wag bought by Mr J S Hock eratSl37ISELLS DOWNS circus will be bere Aug 22 It Is a One show and two en glees are required to pull the 32 care they carry ELD J G LIVINGSTON walks wltb a cano 200 years old It was left to blm by an admirer Mrs Bliss who died many years ago s Tim Harrodsburg Irbegins tbl morning J O Bailey left for tba place last night with four good show horses Including the great Preston TUOSR owing ore are requested to call and settle at their earliest conve nlenoe This means you If you owi me Jesse Traylor Gilberts Creek KYaTUB Crab Orchard High Scbool wll begin a sixmonths session Monday Aug 20 conducted by Prof C Ware of Pulaskl assisted by Miss Salllo Me Wnorter DR FALLIS Is delighted with the prospects of Stanford Male d Female Seminary which opens Sept 6 Hi thinks ho will have a full school and all teachers necessary for the wort will bo employed JAMBS R has bis rout crusher at J W Jameadletlllery Oral Orchard crushing rock for tbe Otten bulm and Crab Orchard pike Mr Bcazley and Road Supervisor Dunn will soon hays our pikes In ship shape I As you know we have sold out and we expect those who owe ut by etthoi note or account to call and settle without delay One of us can bo lound al our old ttand with the books ready to Illvo you a clear receipt This is no lake we must settle our business up Jarson S Ponce 2t ALFONSO DENUAand his two rothers Charles and P Denham were arrested and charged with cut ling Caleb Denbam a school teacher of the MoKlnney section because he whipped their little brother Eacl rave bond In 1100 for tbelr appearance It tbelr trial today BRODHEAD The goodpeople of rodbead are making preparation or a large scale for tbelr fair which be rise Wednesday of next week 17th The prospects for a successful meeting are most haltering Secretary Robert L Collier informs us People are coning from several counties while show tock Is promised from the Blue Grass to the Pennyrllo In the ladle ex Iblt department samples of fine nee dlb work will bo seen from the Statee 01 Virginia and Massachusetts The llohmood band has been engaged to tako music for tbe occasion Brod road Is the busiest little placo on the L b N railroad A dozen stores big Bnd little do a thriving business and uil now things are livelier than usual lany oil men are headquartered here some ore drilling for oil otbere taking eases etc Both of the good hotels aro crowded but their guests are being well cared for No dollaraday hotels in the country compare with them and It Ie no wonder that they keep full hou- saTbe CranorSrolth Co will put up a big stave factory near town soon rnlch will give employment to many laborers It will prove a great help to Jrodhead and the entire community A soap factory is talked of but there no certainty about lie being started A bank for this enterprising little town III an assured tact If nothing unfore een occurs it will bo In operation by- Noyl The capital stock will be 815 000 and that amount and more has already boon subscribed Mr Hutchlion 01 Salylsa Mercer county Is tbe originator of the scheme and It it ucder food that Mr C E Game a friend of his will be cashier The ImpresMo prevails that Mr J Thomas Cherry will be president of the Institution A two etory brick building will be erect ed for Us home Tbe wife of Mr W H Sowder who has been 111 of typhoid lever for a mouth Is some bettor Mr J II Albright the genial proprIetor of the Albright Hotel Is ill tram over work With these exceptions the health of Brodhead is goodAn enormous amount of lumber is shipped from this place each month and the revenue from that source Is a material help to the citizens hereabout Our townsman Harvey Helm Is exceedingly strong In this democratic corner of Rockcas tie Only a half dozen Gilbert admirers can be found while the Mercer county candidate for Congress hasnt a single follower The rest are for Helm and they are stronger for him since the memorable Snelbvvllleconvenlton than they were before There Is much dIll gust and disappointment among the democrats over tborow and rumpus at Lexington Thursday Disgust because of tho disgraceful proceedings that marked that eo called convention and dlisppolntment that Judge Saufley was not nominated and nominated by a ma jority of the delegate strength of the convention The judges friends In this section Include every good straight democrat as well as each rightthink ing republican Brodbead people are doing a commendable work In the erec lion of a splendid public school building A tax of 26c and a poll tar of II Is being collected which will pay for the creditable and commodious school building SEED FOR SALE I Blue Grass Seed And Bted Rye for sale L 0 Dnnn SU Salem Ky LAND FOR SALE At agent for the heirs of Harry Rngle man deceased I will on Monday Sept 12 1001 county court day sell at public out cry In front of tbe court house In Stan ford a tract of 30 noel of land on Hawk Ins Branch In Lincoln county JB PAXTON PUBLIC SALE w Farm Stock and Crops at Auction TUESDAY AUGUST 16 1904 As administrator of Elizabeth Stewart I will oell at public uucton on tho premliei the farm on which 8 A Moore now reside known as the Stewart farm and located on tho Lebanon pike 1K miles from Danville The farm Is at this limo under a one state of calttTatlon and one of the most desirable places In too Stato and contains 215 acres I will also sell part of the crops and the household and kitchen furniture IS hares ot stock In the Farmers National Dunk of Danville and a lot of high grade Polled An gui and Shorthorn cows and calve At the some time I will sell a lot of work dock consisting of 4 mules 3 work mules a lot of mares and colts and several yearling and twoyear old mules Sale begins itt t AI T1 English auctioneer- S A Moore Admr The Brodhead Fair BRODHEAD KY Aug 17 18 19 Go null toll your friends to be there Rings for all classes ofstock i and exciting races each dayrrito for catalogue R L COLLIER Sec Brodhcad Ky See Our Line of Suit Cases i CUMniNS MCLARY ClosingSeason s 1 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 fort more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price is CASH H Je McROBBRTS Stanford Kentucky The Casey County Fair LIBERTY KY one w August 173 Days Meet your friends at tho Liberty Fairtheyllall be there Show tinge for all classes of Stock Trotting Races Pacing Races Running Races each day Go and toll your friends to go Ja C COULTER President CHAS F MONTGOMERY Secy We 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 R A JONES I DENTISTStanford I Ky OOlce In Myers House Parlor Phone 81 I Crab OrchardI BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy busi ness sell for the next GO days at cot SurreyPhaetonsHarness They are all the latest style and beat make Part of the vehicles are rub ber tired Come to tee me and get a bar gain at once before they aro all gone CURTIS DOVER Grab Orchard Ky j IHEJNTEH10RJOURNAL I Snlertd n the pottoffice at Stanford at uandelati mutter raulIeClorudlay and rrtdaVtl- T 1 PER YEAR CASH a Wbn Dot sop1daOO will btcUrltd I I KNOXVILLt DIVISION Train ln II2SOmIOpm II II JM South H 1217 am 1235 pm NoSII NEW LIVERY STABLE l t SWBTOSaS3iPron JtJVNCTIONCITY KY Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale a JsH BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Street Also Dealers In Call on us on Depot r Coal Jesse W Sweeney FBOPBICTOR Livery Fool and Salo StaWo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates JJafl Traylor QXALCR IS Wllsk Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc Carpenter Close to DpotSTANFORD KY Prompt aiii poUtS attention Nothing but the bee to drlak Mall pbons cr tlcrapb or1r receive prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs ahades lace tacks curtain poles picture frames screens passe partoUt doors glass tables chairs safes wardrobes couches dressers washstands bed springs mattresses chamber suits water set lamps chiffon lore folding beds washing machines wring era wall carpet paper trunks tele Icopell carrlage house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc ffl PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTiO- NMORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO ftoalEstatoAgofltsS- tanYord Kentucky Alt persons wisbInO buy or sell farms will do well to see usT We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for talo and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell place it In our hands Office at Boones Livery Stable Stanford Ky II k B Mahony Insurance flrrnnt Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In I a couutles Jncoln and UoMTi who may be seeking in surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLlne Com paulos represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kontuck FEMALEWEAKNESS StPOMtJlKDI 0et171t02 uperiorliand I know whereof I pek Iuf uppreuodmenstruatton throughmyblinding headaches limbs would swell ui and I would feel so weak I eldtieourage1s ofCrdulfelt a change for the better within a tretmentIagonies I nuall did and soon became orCardullthat all antf women knew of Its good qualities IJI I 5 1 Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches toll of female weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses beurinR down or rodiscouragedthat is the best reason in ofiheadaches m an female weakness Secure a 100 bottle of Wine oft todayWINIcF GARftW i I HARVEY HELM Of Stanford Is a QanJUat fer emigress In this tht Behth district seCt to the action of the demO cratk party HON D 1 MOORE or Mercer county Is a candUat fQ Cencrtss In th Eighth district to succeed lion G GRtert subject to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly soHclted Q Q GILBERT Of Shelby Is a eanJUats for Cwicrts seWed t to the actton of the democratIc party R C WARREN Is a canJUite for JuJffs of the Lincoln County COurtIsubject te the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR- I a canJlJata for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD fa a canaUat for Shine of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a caniUate tsr Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la the action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN- Is a candidate for sheriff of Llnceta county soWed to the actlpn of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENSI ubJectItDINK FARMER- Is a candidate for JaHer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYSIIs a candidate fer Jailer subject la the actlen of the ItBocntlc party W I HERRIN leafandldate for Jailer subject to the action of the Itmocrattc party MEREDITH E PRUIT- TI a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools if Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools ef Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for reelection for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub I Joel to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county lsub Ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandUite fer Assessor of Uncebi county sub Jectto the action of the democraMc party E D KEN NEC Y- Is a candidate for Assessor of LhMOta county sskfect to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR I Is a candidate for county attorney of Llnceta county subject to tie action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination tot State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of time Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM t1enei bnntlftee the hall uNeTerCJor0u21Jnemdaiuiu Drunbu Jet L1 Beazley CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers IUODLaIl f FnruItareaSatUngsRngB They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices riRh- tBTANFOED KENTUOKY J c+ + McGLMYAdDoaleayIzi t 1IJSB1TBBS SADDLZSB t- j Stanfory LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Six twoyearold mules for sale W 0 Floyd Aimed Ky 2etFOUR Southdown bucks for sale 0 M Given MoKlnnoy 2t For sale 350 stock ewes Huffman White Sons Moreland Ky 2i James Woods refuted 960 for a bunch of short yearling mules yesterday Fred Von Allman sold to Fox Lo can a weanling and yearling mule for 1137 COG M Given has bandied 800 ewes lambs and made some money on the lot Farmers who desire to sow BluoI Grass wilt do well to sea my seed G Lutes Stanford FOR SALE 160 stock ewes fresh from Pulaski county Price right J H McDargue Huetonvllle James W Guest has sold to Frank Sloan of Lexington for a good price his race horses Tansy Toddy Josh Dunn of Orodhcad has a Ian net with twin Jennet colts Last year oho brought him two Jack colts A J Weddle of Pulaski county bought of W K Cardnell 176 acres of his land on the Perryvllle pike at SOB G Fox Co will be at Danville Monday to buy 100 mule colts and 60 yearlings Mules received day of pur cb alotoJacob Gander sold to Robinson a weanling mule a yearling and a two yearold mule for J5CO All were out of the same mare G W Nailer offered to sell it six acre fold of wheat for 20 but the offer was declined Be cut the wheat a month later and sold It for 9130 The trotting stallion Jcwotl A valued at 92000 and owned by Herbert Gray ol Haverhlll Mass dropped dead at the Granite State Park Strader Bros bought 120 acres of the John Bailey farm Price equivalent to 165 an acre J U Bontaa wheat averaged 43 bushels Harrodsburg Herald James R Keene Delhi won the Great Republic the 150000 stake race at Saratoga Mercury running second and The Picket third Keene Sysonby won the Saratoga Special Kentucky has the oldest man In the United States and record bears outthe statement In Carter county lives David Wade who will soon be 117 years old Mr Wade was born Aug 201787 COURT DAY Some 25 or 30 mule colts changed hands at laD to 976 mules brought 9100 to 9150 Toe horse market was dull Only a few cattle were on the market and demand exceeded the supply Yaden Burton Is reported to have made two sales of real estate In the county this week to B G Vaugbt tbe farm fronting on Grand avenue at 93 600 to John Jasper a 250 acre farm on Fishing creek for 95000 Somerset Journal To Old Point Comfort Ocean View and the Seashore C 0 route Saturday Aug 13 912 from Lexington Ky Train leaves Lexington at 740 p M The famous White SulphurSprlngs historic city of Richmond dellghttnl Old Point Comfort Fortress Mouroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Virginia Beach Ocean View are among the at tractive features Side trips at rates from Old Point Comfort Surf bathing boating and fishing can be enjoyed at Old Point Stopover privi lagos will be granted east of Kanawa Falls on the return trfp Sleeping car rates will be 93 50 for berths from Lex Ington to Old Point For reservation and further information addressG W Barney D P A Lexington Ky or C O agents No Substitute Offered Pay what you will about druggists of bring something Just as good because- it pays a better profit the factatill stands that 90 out of 100 druggists recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rboea Remedy when limo best remedy for diarrhoea is asked tqr and do so because they know It Is tho one remedy that can always be depended upon even in tho moat cevcro and dangerous cases Sold by all dtugglsts Renaldo Walco of San Jose Costa Rico walked 0000 miles to the St Louis Fair deluded by a report that the person walking tholoDgentdlstance to the fair would be paid 916000 Be started December 27 and reached St Louis July 7 via Mexico Cholera Infantum This disease has lost its terrors since haraberlalns Colic Cholera find Diar boea Remedy came into general use The uniform success which attends the met of this remedy in all cases of bowel lomplalnts in children has made it a fa orito wherever its value has become mown For sale by all druggists Parties going on the C O excur elon Aug 4ih will please aendln their I ismes for sleeping car reservation as loon as possible G W Barney D PIA I Lexington Ky Several of the chief ol the Igorrote tribes on exhibition at St Louis will bo received by President Rooseyelt ppIUp to date 0258038 persons baveI taeeed through the gates of the slana Purchase Exposition I Night Watchman B G McLean of North Vernon led was tcnocUcddown and robbed I Siok Headache For several years my wife was trou with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe character She doctored with several eminent physic laos and at a great expense only to grow worse until she was unable to do any kind of work About n year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and to today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well sajn Mr OeD K Wright of New London Now York For sale by all druggists NIAGARA FALLS Excursions via L N to Niagara Falls August 11 17 and 26 Round trip from Stanford 91000 limited to 12 days Trains leave Cincinnati as follows August 2 via Big Four 430 i M Aug 11 via C H D and M C 2 1 M Aug 17 via 1rie R R 115 i M Aug 26 vie Penn Linn Cleveland O B Boat I Line 830 A M tee- Morton It Yonts has been notified of his appointment as attorney for the Central Kentucky Insane Asylum at Lakeland Lumber Notice I All kind of lumber boxing feed framing etc for sale by I D UMsiaw Crab Ky tan deliver It pasty wishes Produce Wanted I I ltlbeDIbe ooovlneed at n II Kortbeeu Stamford Ky LUMBER WANTED I headingslumberprice at Moreland D II 0 Peyton Dr J B Beck DENTIST I Office in Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only 18 I use time best ol palnta and varnishes and guarantee my work to be firstclaw Call at shop on Som erset street and see specimen of my work House painting and paper hinging cbeePy- I sod latutaotorlly done J T Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky countyKytodate In every particular ana gooddwa ing with Improvements and M acre of fine land close to Southern railroad Price fV IN No 75M acres St land seer JIKUottCl1 In- setea Heidi jaaerrsln eiililTalMG miln en a nice young orchard and Oat of taV M gripe bar hors In Kentucky Party toW 1 355 ruMixls ef geolUoeteroom frsbte dwelling good bam ribs t4e aX In go l repair rrkv HZSO Also 11 acres of Florida land In Mann vllle On railroad street through place leaving S acre on one aide with 1story S IrrD other side with 6 room onestory bouse or anges peaches pears plums grapes r- Ing All for P9O nr the fl acre for II see and the 5 acre foi I ISO A Ilullltt county Ky farm of IM acres with good Istory house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will make tie staves barrel timber Ground only1CIOO171 acres mile Hardstown Junction Duliltt county Ky ISO acre cultivated balance In timber good three room house with ball new log barn smoke house wood house line well good springs and running water two orchards three room tenant house Is a beautiful farm and productive cheap for 3500 12060 cash balance In one two and three years IK acres three miles of Wllllsburg Wash ington Ky 118 acres cultivated 0 acre In beech timber well cistern springs orchard 1H story six room frame house veranda cellar barn cribs wood house smoke bouse lien lioujc school ou the farm This I a good farm worth the monettoe 1360 cash balance ono and two years 3M acrES In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about SO aero cultivated about 128 In timber and grass and about IM In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber iblug los ties and cord wood enough to pay for the laco twice OTeroA large part Is fenc ed There are four dwellings of 4 rooms each and one store of twostorle with rooms above has well and spring of water is la 2 mile of county seat and grow tobacco corn wheat grass etc for Oneball CAsh countyKbuilt 8 years ago tlleam water power the latter 8 month of the year It U an up todato roller mill with burrs for corn tend meal bolt The engine II of 7 years run II acres with the mill Including what Ii with tho house of S room All for 56250 or 19 for the mill and 14 acres One half cash Has line trade No mill In 10 miles MlnlnlpThereopportunities for profitable Investment as lite Missis IMU which Is now fitly described as Pros perity Valley The timber Is becoming more valu reoplIromtalnlihlnz are constantly Increasing their par chates of amber lands In the South When the tim ber Is removed the land Is unequaled for agrlcultu al purposes It will produce a bate of ration ta the ere or will grow army other klnj of crop raised InI he temperate lone The soil needs no fertlHier anJI luwheind timber lands at present prices Is making an In estment that he will never regret This land Is dl vtJed Into tracts ranting from 40 acres to the tract to t 000 acres to the tract and prices from SI per acre 10 Sit per acre according to location etc We are authorlied by the company who owns these lands 0 state that as other parties are considering the urchase of these lands that we oBer these tracts sub- ecttopriorsatewlthdrawal from market or change n price wHhont notice llawever when notified nOUlbfor1000 acres of this land Has been sold by the Oem parIcularPentral Kentucky Real Estate iTItloOo Stanford Ky 5 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1 CAPITAL STOCK aOOOO Directors J n Faxton J 0 Owsley 8 II Shanks W O Walker Qeo W Carter J n Vbsier L 0 Goo W II UuMMlns W M nrliht It L Hubble w II Shank Successors to The farmers flank Trust Company and under tame management continuously for J8 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT I Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National Bank or Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In usa then reorcanlted as the National Hank of Stanford In ISM and again reorganIzed as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In HIS having had practically an untnter rupte4 extatonee for 41 It Is better now with facUlllo for transteet- ingbusineeapromnptlyand well than ever 4before In its long career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited t I o 180 sersi St atmimproeM lend su Ito county Mo IK arils free Sabul SlslUa OD Iron teal Will sell ot nbalt fir prop rtjlo Uncolnfounlj Ho HmllfarnaJ1aeru Bmtlt from Stan o1lOO111l lieS sad I npalr Cut In1 floW WIll tn4 t sen I ulllTstlon one ara In fruit Iran reel In CramS llouthttctGmatlooloorrsult Urjiln W MM at bargaIn does u school tbunb fries S15 Pr Itn Land adjoining sold Cut M aol fU lUry ala rues dwt4Iiag alI sneoks bIte Ybls place to i ar well wctred nol la oo1 lion Irln No 4 atrrs laod Jseerfsiitsgweti and prtD Fencing and oulbulMlnn In fair condition Cbsaj planp doe to town Will salt a smell fatally No M3 SIQIMWIOei Slid tiaherismi lees odla PrryeoutetKy000raPI VIne Cteeki I trlfeutarvof the Kentucky rIser Four veins shoal varying In thlekDM lrsm 5 kit to six feet ltl er navIgable to tb asMlh at above SimS A rslliead Is surveyed wllhlo threI rallM oC ui1 property I be timber asIis ol oak ttt Till p Will sell or zhsse on easy Unas No 50A alee twostory sIght room frsnI dwelling In HUnlord Has two halls rood cellar with tenersU Snot garden well klubeo abla oa se wbkh reels fr II rmeata TbedliegruutaCtPrceIb This pr po erty U In good repair ad raa hi ca tar IMeI No 4S sM S7S arm iplerxlkl Hqegrsss lied In Un lneeani7 Two S4T room sum e4kemI a bOast bwie bare Poem foresee 1M teolc sad aUthetDfssry MlkvlMlkaa all IB vttdmtr Ow 10 ekutrk srhOt p- nUPMdDd stosae In good Mtfkbarlwed 4M actes la evltlsttoo rut In grass sal tItor etc Tksstaaa Ursl oountrv n w as all eMvMtMMe e 1ItIfIC tales eta well waiere1 with 11 sever fauing prlallte Irle reuonabie No 67NIC collage 7 acre had within IH Mllnfrl Stanford laO repair te degfMd Trrtsttlng well aol BOW crttsr ll torn Still smokeboase Ac youNg orchard and Sea yin yard clplwdld platt tersU gsrdsn prediw ta supply tbtown IJM 5490 sf nDoS one tall hem beaamet Kr wt In iso St4jL Furl seem ta celtics ties M stirs In pssturr balaere In Umber peril ing contain seven rooms Lam barn and all lie esurv outbuildings lease and bulWlns tu pIn 114 repaIr Well water irk JOu- No M ISO erM of land In Ford CGIIal Kas six ml and t miles Irene Xrsasas river i4eoI7acrreClast Is riser bottom Is OntdaM land and In grass This land ta jet sale azebsateNo54A famtofSWaerea In Lincoln county TbrM good dwellings S good bern ad other out buildings each boos barn etc about the center of 100 ecyv All on county road tall from eburrb school md Lays well aol will wsterrd This Is a good tobsceo arm and would sell two or Ihr families that might waat to come from Iltearu neighborhood Inc reasonable No S9 Twostoryfraine dwelling of six room two hills rtranda U well at door and all other atullll outbuildings Also Ira blacktwllh bopMi5osndsheds lull leDath ohbop and 18 feet wide property will he sold u a tery low price No 9A farm of 22 tent four milt from stan pike In the county well wsterdf- enelogguod dwtillag rents pike ill swemarr A splendid blue grass Cum and only 3lsninutcdrtrsfrumCumtyseat Uwoer of Dn Urra aJJoloIng tbls hit r refused 1U nor acre olfr ibis at p7IoJ No ran acrn near lasnt Paint Ky Frame baum 1 rooms sad porch lUrn ant other I acr In cultlrstlon mt In Um bet Well wsteredKW yards rou pr t fflMbool sad tbureh Isys well on pike cad In good eons munity inca M5O No l HouMsnd lot In SInCordflu room I hall poreh In the rear good girders good neighborhood chilli 0 churtb ADd Uood lor small urn lly Irlc l30 NolllouM and lot In Stanfenl liens eon alne firs rooms Uood stable gad l icrrs of land well fenced ODd of prettiest olldlaglota In town i room enough In front tsr two other cottages or a 2 story front be built to the cottage and macfaa beautiful home Will bo sold cheapas lb must hue ffOmlb1I and porch neoecuary 0 BNeD large two story storeroom UiGO feet lower room supplied with counters shelves etc Wsler In dwelling and storeroom also cistern and well oa1o Siuill lot hack of store OnumiIfron StnforJ Ilulldln la ad dwtlllae orlelaalll cuet 11600 and storeoetIl200 Will sell both tut 160 or will rent or sell separately No ISMO acre scot mile of Crsb Orchard Ky tItleS dtlllOfs roouii two tenant houses two barns nest dwelling farm In I high state of cultivation ISO acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Inc I17M an acre NolSTwo tory seven room frsme dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom JUifiO Iwo blaskitnlth shops tenant bouse stUs tflb ansI ware house Every building new and fencing In nntshsne Allot the property li In Jluilontlllf Ky aol we will tell It as a whole or sell cooS place separately Well at each stable end cistern house For addiess the store named see retaryNo 7S A splendid stock of goods for This II the but buiineM stand ant the nicest anti must carrfuily selected stock of goods In Central Ken lucky A splendid trad In Lincoln and adjoining counties tell this for cost end earrliK and tf you want to gain burin U you etntiot find nicer stock better place or totter trade In this psrileulsr line outside of the ell In No nice farm it Illetiland Ky well Improv ed well watered etc Irke roo 74 ttoacies of land on Jamestown rod south of Dunnvllle moo acres In cultivation about ij acres In timber ani rest In grass A large new Ire swell Inlr alto aim oil dwelling on place A new Mm JlIwo old ones It Is well watered and the fencing Is goot On public rosJ Price fifxo No mKo r sere of land intl a nice one story Ix room frame dwelling In McKlnney Ky water corks In kitchen and emily room UIIOU bro OfficersIa U J B OWBLKYOasbter I W M IllUQIIT I AceS Cashier Officers +3 B HOOKER Press ST IUmu V Prei J J lICKOIIRUTB Obr W H WKAKKNAut Ohr Directors F Reid Danville C 8 T Ilarrli StDferdIJ B Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M a Wmore Stanford 6 II lUughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J II llauchman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford Ed Garter Stanford Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky 1yarindi ThlaIsabsria- Ino45icgoojl5DlTwfl UuooI money- No12DwelltngofsIZ sal all Beewaary oulbulHlon liar welt ferteed and In 5004 HettwaUot mist HH set Is 1DIrlht4rDDd w oniy ask fIM kr Ike 24054Farm el III aer hs Caaey evuntr Two try frame dwlllnf two guod karns sad other Mlbultdlags In good repair Splendid lob M land emil In rood communIty at 1800 No 57bsrmollllaarco lIS Cmy county Anew two itary S roes frame dwethtg aol old dwelling In lair evMtittoa here set ether out iMliaiog Ua county rued splendid latiaeeo land well waurtd twe wells spring eta This lead slrakte hems I1k II 5al Ao I Farm of M Uttt SK tnllr item Stan lord on county roW M sets In eultlyslloii eases ToIallought at your price as owasrllyts la Indlsnspo Us and must IInoeey WsyoeabugDwellingand bundlnji In good repair ProJutilfe lime stem land In tool aeubtorhood ctoM to school and on rood road ITtrelWO No HA farm ol IM aery In Cawy coanty Xy S 4 One aod onehslf story dwsllleg with sly room good Urn and othor outballdlogs hilly acre la eultlysilon 41 atm la Umber treea etc Ieywilt on toulty rod so ebwrbe school eu Irke oOly 450 No if acres of land nest Crab Onbard ehapNsisbtscefUed and hrestory trim oIa Pcoclicotui Ky lisa aH necessary w4 kwlMtees Is wen wak4 AM buMMurs and lux tag ki focxi repair aad lea dcoIabee bone Prtc IIMONo 4e Tea and ooektf acres of land wIre twe torye Start ra a so ky 3 iiiu IS by p Cost weal ress wt ks star 5 by item a3 Wackesleb shop iS ky 4 litre M s4s warcM Siam 11 by w vk g Milt fee thtssecttoo TeaecMol hess 14 by aI two teams Will how o by is atsoa ee wee Large stock ii ceoetal mfdu s te AU al HWs ffoferty Is in- AwsuPsisaucusaty Ky aad CaD ala karrala N is ran cf IM sets scot Ilrodbead Nk I cottage tenant boMI1 haras etc IlulMlBg sad feoclBg In good csndhItae M sera la MlilrsttoB j wellwauwd Will sell for SI JM or caching for property In Lincoln county No 4 Two story Iran dwelling 7 room ksll IDaoodNIIIIFna of ISO acme situated near Kings vlllc Kyi 50 sens In wlUtattoa si Ia tiwberiest In grass well watered two good horns and other outbiiljinge IIOOd repair D14l1a comparetle ly cburcbubooI11toDd county road and Is tb meet lane In that section Ws will Ml the dflllnblrbar ft 488 or U parcels of not lees than So sultpurehaacr Tbls Is certainly Heap property No S7T o story eight room frat dwelling 10Ianti J trcaaoablNo II Dwelling of 4 rootas with 20 elM land InMorcland loot bra led DecMiary outbuild I loge 1 111111 yard splendid orchard and 1 UrN 7 In rrkcjfwoMoor exchange lIa1I nemury luinroreinenia well watered At Will b4d at a bln ItUtllllanchsng Till Co WsyncburgKytIrreofltiou ooefuuith mliofplli watered by never flIlM Hl g 450 No M llMiiarxi fireacnsof land In JIcKln uy ky Nrcewary outbuilding Fencing good easytermsNp 73IS seres of good land six rooms two J story dwelling well watered good fencing Is U the cuburU or the Ur ol Stsnfonl eke to traded cbeol and IIarh Thta b I UNlrtW home 1rk rrasdoaMe No av 4 ro Bj frame Mltlt sod en acre o laud In Klnfsrllle Ky LarK barn smoke house repairIsle colIgarden and splendid orchard el t ama fencing good two stiblea1 house suok 1 house etc A good on pr there la also a good mill oa the place a g od crusher In mill It ta run by cat oral lower which Is a great economy and lb dam Is In paul repair Wilt sell the property at a low Ifurcer leaaelt dwellingSourbuildings Fencing gwd well walere1culin five acne in cultlYitloa riot In bit rus IMS than half mlii Irom turnpike Wo oner ibis place for only ISO per acn No M Frame hotel lsrg rooms double veran das ballway Ktc A large 2 story storeroom ranting street So feet irons hotel up stairs suita hIs ford Ing 2 nIce cottages nicely furnished naprsdmu painted 4 rooms and veranda each A large barn on same lot used as livery stabl Oood- gslllto Vacant lot adjoining 36 feet front by 200 feet deep All of this properly is In london Ky and Is a nn chance for some one to make money 1oprlclor has refused to rent property fur ISO per tauntS In account of 111 health of his wife only aichangforNo 4I4SO acres near Jumbo 200 acre In cultl ration reel In ilmlwr Nix dwellings on place fly of them new two tobacco barn end Isrgt stork tarn lilscksniltb Chop stable etc Young orchard tJlroaiiis run through lace On county rood tnd SOtlyardairOnposrhool church ansi In good or exchange at reasonable figures inkitchenKirdtn PrlcetW 75A wall farm of JS acres of good land legated close to town IrlcenaM No 76 House and lot In Darittown house has larlObarngood repair Price 6y J