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T SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL rVOL xxxu un STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1904 SAM NO 48 hISentonce Sermons ills cruel arc always cowardly Greed turns aiplratloa into ambition I Humility li never leon In the mlr I ror Where clothe rolga character addl cats Nuno a misery and you cultivate a + neater Itt but A slippery step from smart s yacas to sin Instead of complaint Is the mark of tbo saint God will not ail your heart because you empty your bead Turn your back on the sun and you must live In the shadow A man gets fame In heaven by a a good deed done In secret A than shows his dependence on God by his diligence for God x Faith Is the only eye with which It Is sate to look at the future The man who lives by tricks IIDdI them to be tack baadtd trnpt The trees wo raise and not the one we drop from determine per worth People wbo calculate on an eleventh hour repentenee always die at 1090 God CM make moro out of a weak t man than no oan out of a wabbly use Its no use praylo for a tbrtefoot stream when you have only a one lneh pipe Everybody says Anna to the man wbo prays to be taken out of this wick ed world Some men are never happy except when the think how much worse the other fellow has It When a man puts out his shingle on the roof the Lord Is likely to let him sit down In the basement awhile and think Its mighty foolish to get so anxious about saving the wbolo world that you I havent time to do a thins for your own ward People wbo never sire more than chicken feed to the church are the fret to complain If they dont get chicken 0 plo In every sermon J MATRIMONIAL Falcoeber and Miss Sslllo wan were married at John Walls0oraak yesterday j I Marriage license was Issued Wednes to Sylvanus Oaks to wed Miss Lll jdaHarris Col Most Ay res of Fulton and Miss Miller Coleman of Mt Sterling were married In Louisville Tuesday Frank M Kills formerly of Casey county but now of Burnslde wilt be married Aug 24th to Mlsi Lydia Fran oes Oover a handsome and popular young woman of his town He has our thanks for an Invitation to the wed dingMiss Willie Verbena Daw on oldest daughter ol Judge W L Dawion of this county was married to Mr G I j Dorsey of Covlngtno Wednesday eve ning at 6 oclock the ceremony being performed by Rev Wm Bartholomew V at his home In that city The bride Is I ono of Lincolns prettiest girls and the 1 gentleman who has won her Is deserv lug of congratulations for that she will prove a loving helpmeet through life there are none who doubt Mr Oorsey IIIIconnected with the L fe N railroad Is said to bo a most deserving I iounil man Tho INTBIHOR JOURNAL heartiest congratulations to the happy couple I Violent Attack of Diarrhoea cured by Chamberlains Cholera and Di I fCoUo Remedy and Perhaps a life saved N A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten re list says John J Patton a leading cit hen of Patton Ala A friend recom mended Chamberlains Colic Cholera e and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a 25c bottle and after taking three loses of it was entirely cured I consider It the best Remedy In the world for bowel com plaints For sale by all druggists Mr HigbmoroI thought you told mo tbo COOK had gone Whom wore you talking to out there In the kitch I enMrs Hlgbmoro red and flustered Myself If you must know Ive got to have somebody to scold havent I The Death Penalty- A little thing sometimes results In death Thus a mere scratch inslgni flcant cuts or puny bolls have paid the death penalty It la wise to have Duck i lens Arnica Salve ever handy Its thee best salvo on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcer and files threaten Only 25c at Pennya Drug Store National Chairman Cortolyou and New York Stato Chairman Odall held their first conference but declined to mate any statement except that Ellhu t Hoot Is not likely to be nominated for governor of New York PREACHERSVILLEI I Dame Rumor says that tbero will be weddings soon unanIImoulBaptist church He preached five tine sermons from Revelations while here and returned home Monday- M F Lawrence threshed 113 bushels of oats from a sowing of six bushels Who can beat this Wm Sprinkles sold his mule colt to F L Thompson for 178 D F Thompson sold some corn to Frank Morgan of Rockcastle at 13 at the crib There has been some talk of a rural mall route to include the present mall route of Preacbersvlllo While this might be advantageous to tome It will meet with general disfavor Patrons of the postofllco at this place say that theexlitlng postal facilities aro seconds to nono and that mall Is much charge of our faithful postmaster Mr W Q Cummins than It would bo In any roadside mall box U E LawreBoe formerly of the Coast Artillery but now of Brodnead visited your corresponded Cecil Mo Clary of Rookoastle visited J M Ortss Mitt Csitle Horton was with the bomefolks MIss Lllllo Mackbyof Rockoastle was the guest of tot Ilfel Fannie and Ella Thompson Mr and Mrs Wood art Luntford of near Hub be visited at henry Blankenkblps MUs Lucy Mosey wno Is teaching the Hobbs school Is being complimented by pupil as well as patrons Mrs Da vid Bdrolston and daughter of Louis vlllo are visiting at W Q Cummins Mre Margaret Hobbs and Miss Aurella Parsons have been visiting In Cincin nati The Misses Cummins gave a de lightful fishing party to honor of Mist Ltlllo Bdmlstoo An enjoyable time Is reported C B King has gone tb In dianapolis Wm Adam of Indian apolis Is with John Rigsby Mesdames W H Cummins and David Edmlston visited relatives In Garrard KINGS VILLE Most all of the children In the neigh borbood are suffering from whooping cough Miss Alice Burton returned to Somerset after a very pleasant visit wltbI the homefolks hero Daniel Hester has greatly Improved his property by tearing away the old store building that occupied ono corn erThe friends of Rev B K Berry will be glad to know that be Is to visit our town soon and will proton us a few re fre btocr sermons While hertz Ills wife will accompany him Little Julia Anna Crelghton It very Ill Mrs W L MoCarty Is the victim of nervous prostration Dr B F Walter of Lancaster Is here this week In the Interest of his profession M Green Murphy ono of our most prosperous young farmers bad the misfortune to lose bis house barn end all outhouses by fire Tuesday He hue the sympathy of the entire commu nlty Miss Ellubetb M Crelpbton Is ex pected home from Lexington soon Mr and Mrs E D Carey are rfjtlolng over their first borna son Mr J W Acton and Miss Lucille Johnson are both on tho sick list W H Wallace who has been agent hero for the past few months left lest week to accept a bettor position Tyrono His wife left to Join there Friday Meson Cblldroy Maysvllle and Cloary of London are managing business at the depot now M D Smith hae ventured out after a brief spell of fever W L McCarty spent Sunday with his family CHURCH MATTERS Rev Gilbert Ulan will preach at the union services at the Christian Sunday night Rev Peter Walker of Morelaod will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning Ron P J Rots will conduct the quarterly meeting at Moreland Satur day and Sunday Services will at 1030 Saturday morning Tho 102nd annual meeting of the South District Baptist Association will be held at the Baptist church at liar rodsburg Aug 23 and 21- APomeroy0dlepatchsaye Rev Glenn Gillian was accidentally fatally shot by Rev Neweomo two ministers have charges In Ohio vlllo Pa and were spending their va cation with the father of Mr Gillian Tho accident occured while they were shooting at a target Puts an End to It All A grievous wall oftlmes comes as- a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it all Thoy are gentle but thor ough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Richard V Everett an Insurance agent and prominent clubman of St LouIe died suddenly L NEWS NOTES Between 0000 and 7000 tailors will go on a strike at Cblcago Mrs Ida Stabblos of Pueblo Col shot and killed her husband Railroads lo the Southwest are hay log a terrible time with washouts A loss of 8100000 was caused by the burning of a business block at Buffalo Germany has conceded first place In beer production to the United States Carrie Nation mailed a check for 11160 to the home of wives of drunkard at Topeka Kas As a result of the psckersstrlke the consumption of flab In Chicago has grown with marvelous rapidity There were 045 arrests In the city of Louisville during the mouth of July A majority of them were whites Ooo person was killed and three se riously Injured as the result of a Coney Island trolly car striking a carryall The Government wireless telegraph system from Nome Alaska to St Mi chaels was successfully Inaugurated Crazed by the death of her husband Mrs W H McCargo of Olive Branch Miss committed suicide by burning Charles M Schwab sent his check for 1204000 to a woman who bad lost that much In the sblpbullding bub ble Mrs Ogden Goelet has found la her safe the 200000 worth of Jewels which she reported bad been stolen at New port Damage to the tobacco crop to the amount of over 1100000 was caused In the vicinity of WestQeld Miss by a hailstormEighty bodies of victims of the Mis sours Pacific flyer disaster In Colorado have been Identltisd Over UO persons are still missing William Watts and Bettle Lou Cole man a young couple giving their res idence as Louisville eloped to Danville and were married by Dr E M Green Excessive rains throughout the cotton belt threaten to curtail the grow log crop which until the wet weatber began promised a banner yield Former Mayor W J Donnelly will remove with bis family from Cripple Creek believing that his life Is In dan ger because of his sympathy with the deported miners Chester I Johnson of New York Is sole heir to an estate valued at 1250000 because of the fact that 16 years ago be saved tbo life of a pet dog belonging to the testator his great uncle President Roosevelt In denying the petition for clemency In the case of a Negro sentenced to bang for assault on a 14yearold girl says that swift and sure punishment by law Is the ocly ef fectual way to discourage lynching for crimes of this character The trustees of the Cocfederato Sol IUIreservoir fire escapes and fire extinguishers take lOll almost all the legislative appropri ation of 161000 Enough was reserved to provide a lighting system Goy Beckbam has Issued a procla matlon fixing September 1 au the date on and after which all public schools IE the Stato not having existing contracts for books shall use the llstr of books adopted for five years by the State School Book Commission 1TbrouJb freight No 64 on the lien derson route went through the bridge over Green river at Spoitsvllle Engineer Walter Reidel Fireman Walt lace Llsben and two Negro tramps were cartIwent Into tbo rIver An open draw span was the cause of the accident Resolutions Rasptby the Ladies Aid Society WHBREAS God In Bis wisdom has taken to Himself our beloved sister Mrs Salllo Mabony be It resolved that 1tbe Ladles Aid Society extend to the grief stricken family Its sincere sym pathy and commends them to God and the word of His grace She was prom Inept In church and Sunday Schoolwork and a faithful worker In the Bap llsl Aid Society of Stanford of which 1sbe was secretary for a number of years BE IT RESOLVED that a copy of these resolutions be recorded In the minutes of the Society Western Recorder and tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL and a copy familyaP P Nunnelley R L Diiylson E J Brown Committee Suicide Prevented- Tho startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will Interest many A run down eye tern or despondency invariably precede sulcldo and something has beeu found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely Tho first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervino will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its alro a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satis faction guaranteed by Fenny Druggist IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary Conley aged 81 Is dui In DanvilleThe Bank of Burgle buI Increased Its capital stock from 816000 to120000Campbell Noel who escaped from jell at Harrodsburg was arrested In LouisvilleRobbers entered six stores at WIN llamsburg and got considerable goods and money The Kentucky 011 it Refining Co will spend 110000 In developing the Cumberland county oil field J E Carr of Richmond died at Lexington after A long illness He was agent at Lancaster several years ago The Standard 011 Company Is drill leg a string of deeptest wells across the Meadow Creek territory of Whit ley conniy George Coffey who stabbed his play mate Frank Nell also colored to I death at Danville was denied bond at his examining trial The Paducah Board bf Education holds that the new schoolbook law does not apply to secondclass cllles and has readopted its own list of books The body of Dave Hendrlcks was found on the Southern railroad track near Mlddlcsboro It Is claimed that j two men murdered him and placed hit body on the track During tee examining trial of the Ne gro Bohannon It Lexlngtoc charged with assaulting Mrs Herbert Pittman John Plttman a son of the alleged vie tim was sent to Jail for six hours for being too demonstrative In the court room While returning from the fair grounds at Harrodsburg one of the front wheels of the carriage In which Mrs Mary Joyce and Miss Mary Lake were driving came oft and the horses ran away tearing the vehicle to pieces The occupant Jumped for their lives and In so doing Miss Lake foil heavily against a telephone pole and received a deep gash In her bead and was other wise badly hurt Mrs Joyce was also badly Injured J T Williams of Lancaster saw a Negro burglar enter his neighbors house He concealed himself by the window and as the thief came out he was confronted with a pistol In the hands of Mr Williams wbo delivered him to the Jailer On his person were watches jewelry and other valuables He Is thought to have robbed several Lancaster residences within the past week The Negro refused to give his name but from letters In his pocket It Is believed be Is from Cincinnati The liberal owner of the Somerset fair grounds and amphitheatre the modestest and about the cleverest rich man In Somerset Is upon his own mo tlon making extensive additions to ihi buildings Among other improvements will be a Press reception room with all necessary fittings for the comfort ol visiting editors and reporters Thh room will be placed In charge of the editor of the Journal during the fair and he and his assistants will be hell to strict accountability If any of ihi press gang get away without a jail and a drink ofIco water Somerset Journal M F Elkln of Lexington Is a mat who places his name on the register ol a hotel very much In the same manner that John Hancock signed tne Decla ration of Independence so the King of England can read Is without ipecta clef He was recently In Texas and Jut after bp bad run the blotter over his signature a newspaper reporter camo In and asked questions of tboclerk abput every name on the register ex cept his own Mr Elkln wondered why and remarked to the reporter What that name you overlooked thereAw that guy wants to get In the aewl per replied the reporter In a disgusted tone as bo walked away I am not after any of his kind Mr Elkin told ibe story with much amusement at the Galt House and he was entirely Ignorant of the fact that another reporter was within earshot Courier Journal End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stub born fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Iu Pont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time bad come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Tho benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Pen oeys Drug Store Price BOo and 1CO Trial bottles tree 1 May I kiss you y Not much All rlghi I wanted only one or two A mother and her three children were killed In a collision between a passenger and a freight train In Chicago CLEARANCE SALE AT TOE GLOBE I i We have divided our entire stock of Fancy Suits INTO TWO LOTSOne lot to sell at j o 1000 oThis includes nil our best suits goods that sold as high as 22 The other lot to sell at o 600 OIn this are all the suits that sold for 8850 find 10 All size from 48 down to small boys sizes Owing to the backwardness of the season this Spring we have an unusually good assort meut of bargains to oiler in this sale Those prices are CASH None of these goods will po charged T D miLLER Danville KD THE GLOBE si Superior Grain Drills e As an evidence of the superiority of the Supe rior Drill there are more of them in use in this county than all the others together Nothing in ferior is imitated If your drill need any repair bring it in now do not wait until you get ready to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Pumps Pumps I I am a pump man allover cud I sell tho Pumpingcst Pumps that over was Pumped and if thoy dont Pump where Isay they will Pump I will not Pump any money out of the bot tom of your pocket I sell Pumps from 82 to 540 and from 2 to 200 feet deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS needs no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP isIISO easy to fix You can replace the valves without removing Pump from well with nothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guttering cud Pump work done on short notice cud satisfae tion guaranteed Phone 116 SaH ALDRWCE Depot Street Stanford Ky DruggistConfidencesConfidence110 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 aro tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every department the best service and the best merchandise is Out constant aim Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky GO TO I W B MoRobertsI FOR II LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGISTI LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS fHE INTERIOR JOURNAL i I E C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET for Prnidcnt ALTON BROOKS PARKER of AYw York For Vice Praident HENRY G DAVIS of Wet Virginia SENATOR MCCREARY takes a rosy view of the political situation la an Interview he lays Democrats In every State In the Union are enthusiastic and all signs point to the election of the democratic ticket The pcopleeeem to be more tired of republican rule now than ever before and business men do not have con denceln Roosevelt They between an er see the great contrast ratio and unsafo president and a con servatlve safe and Intellectual presi dent who for many years ae a judge of the highest court In New York has shown bis love for the Federal consti tutlon and his respect for tbe coordi nabs departments of the government Of course every Southern State will support Parker and Davla The re publicans only carried New York by 9000 majority In the last election and I feel confident that the democrats will carry New York In November New Jersey was a democratic State for many years until 1896 and Conectlcut often jroee democratic I believe we will car ry both this time West Virginia was democratic for many years and I be Have she will come back Into the dem ocratic column at this election Of I course there IB no doubt about Mary land The division among the republicans of Wisconsin If It continues will give us that State and the splendid or ganization under Taggart In Indiana and the great enthusiasm there makes me very hopeful of suttees in Indiana Colorado and Montana both have dem ocratlc Senators and Nevada has but recently elected a democratic Senator Our people have splendid prospects In those States Rhode Island elected democratic governors in the last two elections In that State and tbe outlook for democratic victory In that State Is goodThe Senator generally knowa where of he affirms and we believe and sin cerely hope his diagnosis of tbe situ a tion Is a correct one Anyway we are willing to back his judgment LET us all hope that the State Cen tral Committee at Its meeting at Frankfort tomorrow will consider well the work of the Lexington convention or better termed Irish wake and call off the nomination made by It With Judge McQuown at the head of the committee we feel that the best interests of the party will be subserved and that means that Judge Cantrlll or one of his opponents must have a I clearer title to tbe nomination for Ap pellate Judge than be now has Heartily for Judge Saufley of this place for the high honor we want to see him have a fair show for the nomination and after that Is given him we together with tbe democracy In this end of tbe district will be satisfied and will cheerfully rally to the bupport of the gentleman who defeats him should he I fall of the nomination himself He has not had a fair chauce give him a show and If he looses ho and the gallant de mocracy of the Eighth district will not be found wanting In their work for the nominee whoever It be JUDGE PARKER was formally notified at Rosemount Wednesday of his nomination for the presidency by the democratic national convention The notification speech was made by Representative Champ Clark of Missouri and Judge Parker responded In an ad dress of a little more than half an hours duration In closing his speech he declared that If elected to the presidency be would not ask or accept are nomination for a second term About 600 people attended the notification ceremonies the attendance being materially cut down by the rain which fell at Intervals during tbe day CONGRESSMAN GILBERT who is in Washington tells the newspapers that be will be nominated by the primary Oct 1 beyond peradventure of doubt Our Congressman Is up against a much bigger proposition than he Imagines he Is or be would never have made such a foolish prediction Or perhaps like the boy In tbe woods he knows the sit uatlon and Is whistling to keep up his courage TUB sad news comes from Indiana that Fugitive Taylor will not take the stump In the campaign this fall Wil liam Sylvester has seen the writing on the wall and will spend his time trying to find a safe abiding place rather than indulging in tbe foolish effort of trying to carry the Hoosier State republican JUDGE CANTUILL has addressed a ester to the State Central defending the Lexington conventlQnI and tries In It to prove a that committeeOn TEDDY Is playing for the Negro vote Blain by appointing members of that race to postmastershlps Ida Hagan has just been made postmaster at Fer dinand Ind and a storm Is raglnl among the white people of the town In- consequence Several white women were applicants for the place BOTH Hunter and Edwards continue to claim the republican nomination for Congress In the Eleventh district La ter returns not yet complete look mere favorable for Edward who claims the nomination by 1035 MAY be the reason Fugitive Taylor refuses to take the stump In Indiana Is that he thinks he would look better on a limb or swinging tharefrom ADDITIONAL LOCAL TilE Albright Hotel will set an ole gent dinner each day of the Brodbead Fair THE Stanford Male Female Semi nary Is being Improved In appearance by the painter and carpenter CARLA William Carla a German 25 years old died In the Ottenheim section of consumption yesterday TilE Crab Orchard High School will begin a sixmonths session Monday Aug 20 conducted by Prof C Ware of Pulaski assisted by Miss Sallie Mc Whorter STRAYED ORSTOOne red steer two red heifers three ewes one black and two white one black and one white lamb People in the Halls Gap Boldam Mill and Ottenheim sections will please be on the lookout for this stock Fnd them and get reward Jas Plummer Crab Orchard Ky 2t PROGRAM of the races to be run at tbe Liberty fair which begins next Wednesday 17th Trot or pace 240 class threeyear old and under race for thoroughbreds balfmlle heats 2 in 3 plug horse race fast mule race free for all dash race for thorough bred trot 225 class running race free for all onehalf mile heats 2 in 3 free for all trot or pace mile heats 3 in 5 ACY TAYLOR a reputable colored man lives out on the Liberty pike His wife Is childless To supply the loss she adopted a motherless duck as white as snow She caressed fed and fondled- It as tenderly as If it had been a baby A month ago she took whooping cough which ran Its usual course Two weeks ago the duck took tbe disease and now coughs whoops and loses its breath precisely as a little child doesDr Alcorn in Advocate GROVE KENNEDY r While at Crab Orchard last week we had a long con venation with Grove Kennedy Esq who 20 or 30 years ago was a holy terror In that section The onetime outlaw Is now a peaceful Christian citizen a faithful member of the Methodist church and a thrifty farmer He Is not averse to talking over his former troubles and is free to say that honey ergot Into trouble except when In liquor Twenty or 30 years ago Grove Kennedy and bis uncle Eb Kennedy were the most noted citizens of Ken tucky and their doings occupied column In tbe newspapers Tbe trouble finally ended by Grove killing his an cle Eb One looking at tbe erect keen eyed old gentleman with his gray hair and neatly trimmed gray beardwould not suspect that ho was once tbe wild and wooly terror of Crab Orchard Carlisle Mercury POLITICAL Congressman Champ Clark says there will be a landslide for Parker Republican campaign headquarters in New York are overrun byapplicanta for jobs Dr Joseph Chandler was nominated for Governor by the Regular Repub licans of Delaware Former United StatesSenatorGeorge Graham Vest died at his home at Sweet Springs Mo Daniel 8 Lamont declares he is not a candidate for the democratic nomination for Governor of New York Gov Beckbam appointed B S Wit son of Morebead city judge of that place to succeed JF Woodward re signed The democratic State campaign com mittee chose Loulgyllle as headquarters for the campaign and elected Percy Haley secretary Appellate ClerkJ Morgan Chinn has called a meeting of the State election commlsRloners for Aug 25 for the purpose of organizing and selecting the county commissioners Washington county democrats nOm- inated W D Claybrooke for representa tive Sidney Osborne for sheriff B L Lltsey for judge and J W Bush for school superintendent Chairman Lewis McQuown has Is sued a call for tbe democratic State ventral committee to meet at Frankfort Saturday to consider the action of the Lexington convention nominating candidate for judge la the Fifth appel late district and to determine tbe manner of nominating a candidate for clr cult judge In the llth district The gatemans house at tbe Indiana State fair ground at Indianapolis was kllllnRJamel II HUBULE All the bay ballets In the communi ty are running In full blast A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church Sunday evening conducted by Eld J Q Montgomery assisted by the pastor Eld F M Tin derA number of our farmers have sold their wheat at 11 per bushel and their oats at 18 50 to 110 per ton Jas Me Kechnle bought several yearling mules from Price Bros at 175 Jas McKecbnle sold a work mule for 1125 to D N Prewltt and two yearllnl mules to John Underwood at 185 He also sold a cow and calf to D N Prew Itt for 35 and 12 car loads of hay to some Monticello parties at 111 on carI at Danville T O Rankin bought 3 work mules Monday for his southern I tradeIRaolclnlrollua friends Saturday evening In honor of Misses McKeohnie and Ray of Monti cello Jae Klo of Crab Orchard Is NjJohnsonCity O Tls with her niece Mrs Sam McKltrlck Sick Headache j For several years my wife was trou bled with what physicians called tick headache of a very severe character She doctored with several eminent physic lane and at a great expense only to grow worse until she was unable to do j anyltlndof work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach I and Liver Tablets and to today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well says Mr Geo E Wright of New London New York For sale by all druggists To tbe Worlds Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Rallwaj Excellent service from South and I Southeast For Information address we C Rtnearton G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky An attempt was made to kill Town Marshal Fields at Wbltesburg j SAVE MONEY I fly buying coal early We have re calved M can coal and will tell ata reduced ebeaperthanKINO COX Moreland Ky The Calvert MSu Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Dr OS Williams DENTIST I All work guaranteed and rea sonablo- Hustonylllo Kentucky THE Joseph Price infirmary li open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be dash In advance weekly and monthly Protee sional bllli due when services are rendered and must OO paid promptly For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Jut outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Homy has 7 rooms kitchen and set cants room good collar stable and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P IIMLEV BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY MenYourhandled on commission Stock Pone In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Hliflway saloon COOD RICE Prors Specialtolosale I Grass Beer Case keg and bottled O Btantord FOR SALE I The wellknown Old Port Pharmacy To drugtoreIs going West Nearest competitor Is three squaresVest tbelargeltAteddedOLD KyN T Choice Milling Wheat Wanted I We are today paying 98 cis per bushel de livered on track Louisville for No 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the top market priceC- OMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING I Ballard Ballard Co Aug II 1904 Louisville Ky A I t FOR SALE Thoroughbred niaek Berkshire bfg Southdown and high grade sbeop of both sexes John titMle Carpenter Uuslonvlle Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dantlnt Stanford Ky Offle oTr MtBoUruuwdsyllnndlat- Farm r For Sale I lonJprlvate1edge of HnstonTllle Good improvements fruit never falling water Will as whole or divide Small house on lower part 0 B BABNETT- Hustonvllle Ky Dripping Springs Spoars Fisher Mgr SumresortA delightful Splendid table reasonable rates best water In the country Write for particulars Postofflee Dripping Springs Ky IEVERYIODY is NOT A TAILOR i Having been In the Tailoring business ah my life I feel confident in saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firms in tbe country With mv experience in taking measure and dlrvctoni I give your clothes are bound to be UaractoryI a1 my many patrons in this line me out My prices are the same as inexperienced men who are In the bounce I a nlco line of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thanking you for past favors I am yours H CRUPLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbId hunting fishing or any kind of trea passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonatnore T M notIOn II V J B Oamenlscb Peter Balraer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Qlvens David Stephens James M White and wife Onrson- II P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch R A Lawrence Frank Cordler Mrs A D Root Sam IMtnynolds Morgan IlumPhre C T GharltM Knmll J II MoAlllter Mrs Kate Ador Ilclchenbuch Bros Fred VooGruOnlganAlbert VonUruenigan Fred VonAllman Stanford Granite Marble Co INCOIITOBATKD Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monument markers taolcM etc from our own Lincoln county stone recent ly discovered the analysis of which proves It to be of the fluent quality Thlt stone s- In several color Me can furnish standard material from any other quarries In tbe world Phone milD ofllee 00 Boone pre Stanford Ky or T J Teter branch opine McKlnney K- CyAdministrators Sale Sept 0 1001 At administrator oesbde of J V Coffer deceased I will offer for sale and with the consent of Joseph Coffey their en tire farm of 309 acres of as good us Is with residence and all ueceeIn the county sarV outbuildings 3 good barn 2 of them fencing plenty of stookvery large good water all In grass except about 60 acres on the ltustouvllle andThe farm lays Danville pike In good neIghborhood and In one mile of depot on O S Uoad not sold will then bebefore the 8th September sold to tbe highest bidder that date 1 will sell property consisting ot seed off of ab hay off of 85 acre acres wheat off of 60 acres corn off of 11 acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling mule 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder harrow a good= mowing machines I an now fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn planter J Oliver Ohllt plow No 201 corn err2 A harrow l Insy baler In order a two horse wagon 2 hay frames ono helf Inter est In II acres of tobacco 80 to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed 10000 tobacco sticks and harness 1 saddle some old corn 1 buggy bridle and blanket 250 locust taste for WIre fence 100 white oak pots for post rail fence SO locust posts for rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 sil ver watch 1 farm roller 35 hemp brakes 3 cultivators 2 double shovol plows Any one destrlcg to see the place can on me 01- Joeph Coifeyoll the and we wlllihow them pleasure Sale will begin at 0 have 17 shares of turn pike atoektt Mlddlcburg A Liberty Turnpike 1H shares of stock in the Slid TJIUlslThe farm will be told for one third cash balance on one and two years time with lien retained on land W A Corral Admr TOM EnciLign Auc ranu Leaderl o The closing out sale to quit busi i ness is going on Great crowds 1 are buying the many BARGAINS we are offering Get in the push and save MONEY Remember its i COST and BELOW COST for you TaGRAND LE jlM B Lo y O Co S B Lovy Tooth Cleansers W 6 W Somo that WI toll Colgates Dental Powder in Inilnon or Glare Bottles Dr K L Groves Powder Rtibifooin Tooth Wash Bonl iToolh Cream Tooth Soup Kuthynwl Tooth Paste The Above Brands Sell For 25 Cents PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford Iannand of per feet workmanship We carry j the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky 6 ILettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington K- yThWORTSIIIPENT inGermanyCups Saucers and Plates ever brought TO town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a short time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers QEORaE H HARRIS A COIStanford Kentucky C R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KT An 12 1901 RBUffitliKR that we bare a n Urn I tbo obool book used Lincoln county Samo books used lilt will bo tiled again for this year School eupplic of alt kinds can be I round at 1onnyi Drug Store Stanford t Ky PERSONALS JMRS MATTIB Kevins U vUitlnt relatives at Mt Vernon C L PRNNYpeat toreral days In Oloolnnatl on builneii Miss MATTIE HAYS OWSLEY la viir I Itlng Mr Frank Dank at Lebanon MR M K PRUIIT U In Lnulivllli t taking an examination In embalming JUDnc T M OWBLKY of Nashville It with bit atber lion J S Owilev Br JAS MSAOFkBV who li alatlonec at Torrent Spring returned Wednc div MBSBRS JOE 3 KICE and L M Weitorleld are attending the World I Fair MB68R3 J II HILTON and P K Sblvell or UrodheaJ were here thli week MISS LOLA WILSON of Grab Orch ard spent several days with Mrs Itaac Oerrln Miss PEARL BCRXSIDB went to Leb anon to vltlt Mr Frank DaatIAK elght pound girl has arrived at the homo ot Mr and Mr Keene Lutes at Pirie Mil W1t MANIER of Natbvllle I v hit Joined hU wife at lion J 8 Owe ley Srs MlSSMAOOlKTRAYLOR le teaching the Lynowood ichool near Maywood thus term MRS W O WILLIAMS of Moreland has gone on a visit to friends at Me ridian Mill MRS J n OOCKBR and son of line fc tonvllle were guerre of Mr J U Baugbroan MISS LlLtlB PBYTON of MldJIesbo ro was on Wednesday train bound for St Loul MR N L WILKINSON and deter Mrs Laura Kereboval are with rela lives at Burgln MRS O R COLBMAN and children Pr lets Wednesday to vltlt relative at Jamestown N Y MR AUGUST RAf n wife and child ren of Loulivlllo are with Mr and Mr Peter Straub MRS ELIZA PORTMAN went to Lex v Ington Tuesday to visit her daughter Mr H R Bright MRS JAMBS LANK who has been with Morolaod friends has returned to her home In Coloradov SENATOR ED PARKER of London patted through hero Wednesday en route to San Francisco MR WILL M MATIIBNY wife and Miss Klttlo Oooch will vlelt the Worlds Fair next week MRS P E KEMP and children went over to Lexington Wednesday to visit her sister Mr O M Thompson U + T M PENNINOTON has returned fromafew weeks visit tohUslstor Mrs 0 M Thompson near Lexington MR MITOIIELL TAYLOR and wile of Burnilde were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs William McCormack IVON FISH L ft N agent at Row laud U filling Agent J S Rice place whllothe latter ii at the World Fair MISSES DESSIB AND HALLIE DAw- soNk attended the DawionDorsey wed ding at Corlngton Wednesday evening MESSRS W A THORNTON and William Barlan of Lebanon Junction spout several day with Richard lump tonMiss JANIE DAWSON of Lexlngtor r who has been visiting her father Mr Frank Dawson returned home Wed nesday A thief entered the back pdrch at the residence of Robert Harding and helped himself to a freezer of sherbet AdvocateMRS R COOK and handsome lit kttie son Robinson of Lancaster were here between train Tuesday returning tram Louisville MR W P MARTIN fireman on the Q C with headquarters at Lexing ton spent several day his par eats Mr and Mrs Alex Martin MASTER HORACE REID gave a box ball party to a few of his young friends In honor of James and Harry MoAlli tar of Lou Angeles Cal Danville News WATCH THIS ADI 1 Next week for a Special Sale on SUMMER GOODS This will be the last sale on this class of goods this Summer and I you cant afford to miss it as the Low Prices will be very in teresting ItIII MR JOHN MOuORiiACK of Huston vllle ii very tick MISS FLORENCE MYERS U at Soltu ate Ma during the heated term JUDOK J W ALOORN and Miss Kato Alcorn were In Knoxvltle this weoleI TUB aged Mr Thomas Martin of Rowland la very 111 with pneumonia Miss SUB WON n left yesterday lor Deer Creek lad to remain untl Christmas Miss JENNIE MOKINNEY of Mc Klnney is with her cousin Miss Annl MoKlnnoy Miss LUCY MILLER GIVBNS of Par It Iwltb her grandmother Mr Mary 0 Givens MR G C KENNEDY and wife of Beaumont Texas are with the famll Of Mr M C Wllllami MR WAVERIY HAMILTON came up- from Henderion to Join his wife who I with her parents at Rowland MRS 0 R Hanoi and ton Char flnoe of Covlngton and Mia Peat tote of Lwulsvllle are vUltla Mr Nealy Stone MRS R E TANNER came up trot Harriman Teno to attend the burls of her brother Mr E 8 Payne at Crab Orchard MRS Da CARPBNTRR of Hunan vllle was here yesterday en route to Dripping Spring to tee her mother Mrs M J Weatberford who U quite sink MR B W FLORBNCcand family of Nelson aro guests of his brother Post matter J C Florence The former gentleman Is one ot his countys A 1 democratMR H DUNN wife and Miss Jan nle Totten of Lancaster and Mrs Alexander and daughter Miss Annie of Kansas City have been guests at Mr J L Totten MR J M THOMPSON and family who hate made their home hero tot tome time returned to Laurel count lC1tenJlJto the regret of the mans made here oLOCALS BRODHBAD FAIR Aug 17 18 19 Bs sure and go CHICAGO typewriter for ao Cbea for oath This ottee CALL and settle your taxi W H Wearen Treat 2t Ian oream freeatr at eon to olost out Oeo H Farrlat Co ASK W M Bright Ibou our Manure tprcadcra W H Higgins rr BUY Chase tt Sanborn coffee from W H Niggles for a choice drink MR J B PAXTON hat been appoint ed admlnldretorot Mr Alex Traylor cttate r LOOK at window display 6f Heinz now preserves at W H Higgins Lcayo your order early THE L N will tell roundtrip tickets to the Brodhcad fair Aug 17 18 10 good till 20 at til cents FOR SALE Nice tt room cottage on Whltloy Avenue A bargain See 0 0 Withers or L R Hughes for particulars LEAVE your order with W H Big gins for Armour Fertilizer Oliver Plow Superior Grain Drill OliO Harrow o LOST between Crab Orchard and Brodboad a puree containing a dia mond ring and several old coins Re ward Robert Wilmot Brodhead THOSE owing me requested to call and settle at their earliest conve dance This means you If you owo roe Jesse Traylor Gilberts Creek KyMR W T STONES house near the Dix river bridge on the Lancaster plko burned the other day with con siderable of its contents It was occu plod by Mr Lawman who was slightly burned while trying to extinguish the flame PATRONS of tho routes to be established Sept 15 will hare to place at their Rates boxes for their mall to bo put In by the rural route carrier They can get the regulation boxes from either Messrs Jesse D Woaren or W L Dawson Boxes approved by the must be used and either of CbeerfUIlYIupply ongot and lemons W H Higgins THE L N will run no excurslo train Cincinnati Aug 21 on accoun of a shortage of equipment WIZEN you go to the Brodbead faIr be sure to stop at the Albrlgbt Hotel Splendid accommodations at very low rates 2tI MR W P CRAVINSbps ble box ball alley to Richmond Walter Jones went with Mr C and will belp him run the game FOR RUNTThelittle on Lancaster Street next door to IN TtiiitOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky YOUR attention is called to the sal a advertisement of S A Moore of Boyle Read it and see If he does not offe something for sale that you need SAM M BOONE secretary of tbe Somerlo Fair has our thanks for a comp to his exhibition which begin Aug 30 and continues until Sept 2 THE homo of Green Murphy of tbe Klngtvlllo section burnedTuetday to gather with motto lu contents Luck fly he hud 1 1200 Insurance In the Home Insurance Co represented by Jesse D Wearen HONE HARVEY QKLM and Ueorg G Gilbert spoke to a crowd of 500 at Shelby villa Monday Both ipcecbe I wore well received and a dispatch says that Mr Helm made a splendid Im prenlon there FRED MARIUS the well kuowt freight conductor has been appolntei Assistant Matter of Trains to tucceei W O Chamber who has been made Matter of Trains on the Kentucky Central division TUB fairmanagers ask UI to state that they have lecured I sprinkler and that they will ute It trot early next Wednesday morning untlI late Friday night They are detormin ed to down the duet- PARALYZEDMr r J G G Fair form manly of McKinney but for the lat dozen years a merchant of Hartford was stricken with paralysis and le In iI precarious condition He unconscious and can not speak although be seems to suffer no pain He tl ftS year old and the father of a family TUB Liberty Fair which begins Wednesday next 17tn promises to be the ben In the history of the Casey County Fair Association Secretary Montgomery informs us that a world of show took will be on hand while people will be there by the thousands The hotels are putting the big pot In the little one In their preparation for the big event TUB Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign otTer of Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after the November election for II This Is about a cent a copy and Is not only the cheap net dally you can get but the best dem ocratic organ you can read during the present campaign This olllco will take your order for tbo Democrat but the cash must Invariably accompany It CIIANGE OF HOUR Beginning about Sept 1 we will print on luesday end Friday afternoons Instead of the mornings of those days as at present The rural routes that will be put Into operation Sept 15 compel this move on our part as a big bulk of our county mall will leave the postoOlco at 7 A M We trust this change will not Inconve nience our local patrons and that they will soon get used to reading their orao paper In the evenings Instead of tbe mornings Tim CITIZENS BANK Is the name oft banking Institution that will begin opera lon at Brodhead about Nov 1 J Thomas Cherry was elected presl lent i J W Hutchison of Mercer ashler R H Bamm vicepresident Dr Percy Benton 2nd vicepresident Tbe directory Is composed of the fol owing gentlemen J Thomas Cherry J W Hutchison J H Dunn tt H lamra J W Tate T S Frith Dr Peroy Benton Dr W E Graveley R- L Collier John Robin R S Martin W G Proctor B J Bethurum S H lartln J F Davis A building com ulttee was selected and as soon as a location can be decided on work will ommence on substantial brick bank lulldlng Higgins TUB colored teachers are requeste to meet at flanging Fork District 0 on the fourth Saturdav In this month Garland Singleton upt JAMES T JONBS whohasthe dlnln privileges at the Brodhead fair toll u that be Is going to give the pcopl there tbe fat of the land HELD OVER Foneo and Charle Denbam were held over In Judge Bailey court Tuesday for assaulting and cutting Caleb Newell In 1200 bODd each It Is claimed by tbe Denhai boys that Newell beat their llttl brother unmercifully I HAVE bought a large building and rented a number of outside rooms so 1 will bo well prepared to entertain alt who come to tbe Brodbead fair Good sleeping quarters and firstclass meal Horses alto well cared for J H Al bright proprietor Albright Hotel Brodhead 2t- PAYNnEph S Payne oldest eon of Mr and Mr D CPaynedled atCral Orchard Wednesday night after a long spell of typhoid fever aged 23 Bo II survived by a wife and little daughter who In the lots of husband and fathei have the sympathy of all Mr Payne was a merchant of his town and wae doing well when his fatal Illness came Be was an Odd Fellow of high stand log and was burled by that order at 3SIO yesterday afternoon SEED FOR SALE I Blue Ornii Seed And Seed Rye tot tale L 0 Dunn Mt Salem Ky To Wheat Raisers I We will store In our warehouse and elevat tar also handle anti take proper care ot your wheat FREE OF CHARGE until Deo 11901 We further agree to pay for the same the price delivered F O II at Mbre land Station from the commission mer chant of Clnelnnetl0D SON Huitonvllle LOOK OUT HERE I We art with the Farmers Roller Mill making hour la Stanford as white ai Inow and as pure ai the mountain air Do not think It a mistake and If you want Dour that will bake a cake just bring your wbeat In and D V will take In wiltln on you D V KENNEDY It 00 PUBLIC SALE Form Stock and Crops at Auction TUESDAY AUGUST 16 1904 r An administrator of Elizabeth Stewart I will tell at public aucton on the premises the farm on which S A Moore now resides known as tbe Stewart farm and located on the Lebanon pike IS mile from Danville The tarn li at this time under a tine state ot cultivation and one of the most desirable places In toe State and contains 415 acres I will also sell part of the crops and tbe household and kitchen furniture 15 hares of stock In the Farmers National Dank of Danville and a lot of high grade Polled Angus and Shorthorn cow and calves At the same time I will sell a lot ot work stock consisting of 4 mules 3 work mule a lot of mares and colts and several yearling and twovear old mule Sale b glDI at 0 AI T D English auctioneer- S A Moore AOmr Only LOO Daily 8 Sunday DemocratFor This will cover the Presidential Cam paign which promises to be one of the most exciting in his tory Subscribe NOW and get all the NEWS- W P WALTONLexington Ky The Interior Journal takeordersor the CASH must invariably accompany the order See Our Line of Suit Cases CUMflINS MCLARY CloiniearnL arThe time has come when Summer goods must go Our first lines to be sold will be our entire stock of Straw Hats and Ladies and Chil drens Slippers and Boys Low Cut Shoes None of these goods will be sold for more than they cost and much of it for less RememberI however the price is CASH H J McROBBRTS Stanford Kentucky The Casey County Fair LIBERTY KY suwma osa s August 173 DaysM- eet your friends at tho Liberty Fair theyll all be there Show rings for all classes of Stock Trotting Races Pacing Eacce Running Races each day Go and toll your friends to go J 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 Crab OrchardI Stanford Male And Female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY First term begins Monday Sept 9 1001 Tbe members of our Faculty are all expe rienced teachers and of the highest degree ot scholarship Everything taught from the point ot vIew of the practical and that which leads to the highest degree a general cul We solicit the ot all who are Interested In educational workOSOAU li FALLIS Ill D PrUtipal THEJflTERIORJOURNAL I I Mnlered n the portoffice at Stanford at i jondeJa i maU- llDUabcLrUday w an4SxSdaYn AT 1 PERYEAR CASH lit Whin not sopsldtaaoo will beohsrtsd 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION 14 Train folng North M r 104 p m IS a M230am1217 am 11SSpme NEW LIVERY STABLES WIUUJ X S N1ro JUNCTION CITY KY r FirstClass Turnout at Reasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good LlTerr Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Aho Dealer In Coal Jesse W Sweeney FBOrBIKTOn s Livory Poor and Salo Stablo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Qatl Traglor DXALKR IS Wlisk Brandu Wines Beer Clears Etc Carpenter House Oloso to STANFORD KY prolllptan4 attention Nothing but the bee to drink Marl phone u telegraph orders receive ecoopt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You mfijneetl new matting oil cloth rugs lace curtains tack curtain poles pictures frames screens partolst doors tables chairs sate wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon len foldtng beds washing machines wrin- gersIeIIpaper carpet paper trunks tele f scopes house paint curtain stretchers carpe stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky AU persons wishing to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We have a number of flue Lincoln and adjolnlngcounty farms for sale and will be pleased to ant one what we have If you to sell It In our hands Omce at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky RBMloiiy Insurancefluent t Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in I counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against tire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com panies represented and the low eel possible rates are guaranteed Phone 3- 2Stanford Kentucky FEMALEWEAKNESS 8tPOBTLAND0et111802 uperlortoand I know whereof I speak I ant fared for nine month with suppressed prodmy bank and sides and I would have blndingheadaches Mr limbs would swell up and I would feel o weak I could not stand up I naturally felt beyondtheCardul cnie an A Ood rend to me I felt a change for the better within a week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the agonies I usually did and soon became regUlar and without pain Wine of I simply wonderful and I wish that all suffering women knew of Its good qualities h s- JA1Vgr Treasurer Portland Economlo League Periodical headaches tell of fe mate weakness Wino of Cardul cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or female weakness If are discouraged and doctors have that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardul now Remember that headaches meaty female weakness Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINE CARDUI HARVEY HELM Of Stanford Is a candidate for Cengress In this the Eighth district subject te the action of the dime critic party D L MOORE IHON Is a candidate fer Congress In the succeed Hon G rt sublet to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited G G GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is a can JUat fer Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 6R- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Is the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD- Is a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject l1 the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL 8R Is a candidate far Sheriff of Lincoln county subject t1 the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN countylublecllotII SAMUEL M OWENS subjectbDINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county sabject to Ine action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS- Is a candidate fer Jailer subject toth action of the linocratlc party t W I HERRINt of Is a candidate fer Jailer subject to the action of the Itmocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools ef Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo rrstlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo Critic party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is candidate for reelection for Superintendent of Public Scheols of Lincoln county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county lube ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county iub 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 acandldate for Assessor ef Lincoln county sub jecyo the action of the democrat party E D KENNELY- Is a candidate for Assessor ef Lincoln aunty subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OW8LEY JR Is a candidate for county attvrneyof Lincoln county subject to tie action of the desMCratlc party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate fur the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate tor Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clraiuri and tmotlTki the lab growthNerer ColorCUMSOenJtIiun DrufrliU J LI Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and- EmbaImors AUOIIALall FurnitureMatUngsRugsThey kinds a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY J+ c+ JYJC f Y UNDERTAKERE3ICALBIER And DOlloarIn HAt NESSISADDrJ11 10 Stanford Ky LANDSTOCKCftOPSETC Six twoyearold mules for sale W C Floyd Aniol Ky 2t a FOUR Southdown bucks for sale Q M Given MoKlnnoy 2t For sale 350 stock ewes Huffman a White d Sons Moreland Ky 2t I A Rood Jersey milk cow for sale fresh Jos Ballou Stanford Lutes Co sold to ft J Farrls of Boyle a lot of yearlings at 3 to Sic Bird Matheny sold to B B Golden of Barbourvllle a walking mare for 1135 Wheat made another sensational advance September advancing from 07c to II OU For sale seed rye aod blue Itrau seed e7tra quality A W Carpenter Moreland Ky 4t Farmers who desire to sow Blue- Grass will do well to see my seed H G Lutes StanfordaU C Tucker Jr ot Boyle bought hero Monday 20 cattlo at 21 to 31 and 42 stock hogs at 4ic D B Mitchell of Lexington bought of a Richmond lad party the noted saddle horse Renner for 11500 B G Fox Co will be at Danville Monday to buy 100 mule colts and CO yearlings Mules received day of pur chase2iR L Hubble will take a yearling and three yearold jack to the Worlds Fair Both are finely bred fellows and registered They won In their class and In the sweepstake rings atone Dan villa fair- PENNY GUARANTEES MIONA Cures Dyspepsia Even More Quickly Now Than at Other Seasons The summer Is the best season In the whole year for the treatment and cure of stomach troubles The outdoor life the common use of fruits and vegetables and the lessened strain upon the digestive organs all help the cure Just take a Mlona tablet after etch meal and complete the cure This reme dy mingles with the food you eat and aids digestion it soothes and heals any inflammation that may be present in the lining of the stomach gives tone tad strength to the digestive organs buildup the nervous system and soon restores complete health Penny has so much confidence in the curative powers of Mlona that he guar antees to refund its cost in cue It docs not effect a cure Two weeks treatment costs but SOc Use it regularly for a month and if you are not more than satisfied with the results take back the two empty boxes to Penny and he will refund your money without question A guar antee like this shows the confidence Mr Penny has in the remedy About the most unholy alliance I known to the Godfearing law ablding peaceloving people of Kentucky is that between Richard W Knolt and John H Whallen According to the testimony before a grand jury of the proprietor of the Sunday theatre with gin mill attachment the Buckingham fountain supplies the muddy waters of political corruption which pollute and threaten the very existence of the mor al life of the city of Louisville and nay er a word only In laudation of the Buck and Johnnie Buck from the sham re former who observes with his Jefferson street partner the rule of division and silence Louisville Times I would suggest says the family adviser to the heirs that you all share the expense of a memorial tablet to your late uncle Good Idea agrees the spokesman Say a neat bronze bate relief bearing the words Here Reposes the Dust of Ebenezer Fllnthart Until the Last Great Day Not much objects the spokesman In the first place that would look funny over a bank vault and In the next place we arnt going to let the dust stay there long I 812 05 to Michigan and return Wed nesday Aug 17th The Southern rail way will sell tickets from Danville Ky to Mackinac Petoskey Bay View and Cbarlevolx Mich and return by way of Louisville Monon Route to Chi cago and the sumptuous steel steamer Manitou For full Information or a pamphlet of particulars call on Mr Mark Hatter ticket agent Southern Railway Danville or address C H Uuogerford district passenger agent Louisville Ky Tho smallest inhabited Island In the world Is that on which the Eddystone lighthouse stands for at low water It Is only 30 feet In diameter At high water the base of the lighthouse which has a diameter of only a little over 23 feet Is completely covered by water Cholera Infantum This disease has lost its terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DTar hoea Remedy came into general use I the uniform success which attends the ne of this remedy in all cases of bowel omplalnts in children has malt it a fa Orito wherever its value has become known For sale by all druggists The national headquarters of the democratic campaign committee will TbelExecutive PAINT LICK Born to the wUjfOcar Hammaclr girlMrs Ernest Woods and da RblerBI Ethel and Mattle have returned fromI visit to her sister In Illinois We had a little fight In our torn Saturday afternoon and tho brickbats went In every direction for a while Work has begun on tho new tobacco ware bouse It will be quite a large building and will give employment to many people Another effort is being made to build- a Christian church at this place and as our peoplo have never failed at anything they have undertaken we hope they wlllaucceed this limo Mrs Magglo Short who has been the guest ot Mrs James Champ has returned to her home In Richmond Mrs E M Norris of Richmond Is with her sister Mrs Pattie Engleman Mr Annie Adams and little niece Marga ret Engleman are visiting relatives In Nlcbolasyllle and Richmond Rev R R Noel who has been visit tug his daughter Mrs James Wood has returned to his homo In Stanford Miss Sallie Adams who had her ankle broken has recovered suRlolcDtly to be moved to her sisters Mrs Hender son at Lowell Mrs Margaret Argo of Lebanon Is the guest of Mr G W Kemper I find nothing b- eytor liver derangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TabletsI P Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale by druggists Produce Wanted I tglhenbe convinced at H11 Nortbcolti Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I headingslumberprice at Moreland D II 0 Peyton Dr JeB Beck DENTIST Office In BuildingMAIN Stanford Kentucky IHave Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only fS I use the best of paints and varnishes and guarantee my work to be flrstclau Oall at Ibop on Som erset street and see specimen of mywork House palntlngand paper bnrlnand satisfactorily done J J BLDE- NUMBRELLAS airedandRecorerad and made almost as good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella bLUr than the tramp trailFfulamoney Gin me a ATKIHS Stanford LAND FOR SALE As agent for the heirs of Hurry Engle man deceased I wilt on Monday Sept IS outI ford a tract of 30 ae cs of land on hawk- Ins Branch In Lincoln county IAXTON BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH r Having decided to quit the buggy bust ness tell for the next M days at cost SurreyPhaetonsHarness They are all tbo latest style and best make Put of the vehicles are rubher tired Come to see ine and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OUKTL9 COVER Crab Orchard Ky R A JONES t DENTISTStanford faty Office In Myers House Parlor Phone 01 The Brodhead Fair BRODHEAD KY Aug 17 18 19 Go imd toll your friomls to bo thorn Rings for ell classes of stock and exciting rncos ouch lay Write for catalogue R L COLLIER Sec Brodlicad Ky 55 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 980000 71 Directors J H Paxton J II Owsley B II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter j n Foster L 0 Oooflli WHUumratns nrlghtIt w II Shanks toTheSuccessors Farmers Bank ok Trust Company and under same management continuously for It years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations w111I prove mutually beneficial First NationalOf Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was originally established I the Hank of In leil then reorganized as the National lank of Stanford In UU and again reorltaullell as the First National nllo1t of Stanford In 18JJ having bad practically an uninter rupted existence It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact log business promptly and welt than ever before In its 10Dg honorable Jareer Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Nus9 acre el anlioprored land IB Ire county Mo IS wile from Button oa Iron Mountain ro1 Will sell or escbaog GI property In Lincoln eooaly No Small m Stains C mliee trout Man ford HouMOl fourgood rooms back porch and a veranda lived barn and other buildings la repair Cut in six fields well bacvd se srs ilUratioo one airs In trait trees reel In gra laIbargain and he sold st bargain to I sad Price sat per sere Land adMmng sold fur 40 and lac TblalsaUrgaln I No 41M KIM good lad Two story six room dwelling bare moke Wbolt belliinge la s oondl tlon hire Uow No USun r sod 21 ICltt land Our fillUf wUandpdot Fenetag sad Cheep place dOte to No M lara ed la Larry muntr Kron Crap Ine creek s tributary of tbs North Fork of Ktoiutkj river FourTelitsofeoal In thlekoeta tram el leer to six fret River navigable to the mouth 01 boTerek A rslliid aurTeyed within three miles of said property Tbs timber eonilate el oak tie Till perfect Will seller txetiaog on 1017 terms No i9A nice twottory eight room fame dwelling In Htanlord 11 Iwo balls leaf tells with eoneret floor good laND well In kllekea bro caMn on whlrb rent Tall Duly li In good repay sad aa IIr r iegTaM land IB Lincoln etuniy Tw Mry room Clap reeljeiee S tenant bests barm room fr or tW head ol aUek ad all other Decenary utwulMlsgi all C 400 wiw mee In Mm I rulUvstlon nt In IIUIed Umber tie Tbh Is SB M all esevnleeeee as Maa watered with 14 Bsftf filling prloft cte 7 sorts Isnd within IU uIleof Stanford In rood repair f ntng teed everlasting will ttxl good cellar oad barn Will Imkahou Ac Yes orchard and lIae Tin 14 Hnitedkl torah pirJ n produe U frem Soacnet Krnttn MTto 0id Forty aom In cultlrs ttooWsrrclnpuum Ul iHln timber Dw U log contains seven mows Lare barn and all OM eiury outbutldiDf FndbulkllairslBipIsn did rlIIr Well w UrH Price JtMO Nabl l area of land In Ford aunty Xu sit wiles from rattroad and t tulle Iron lrkanus river Beventysarseofptl II river bottom L AntsIsM land and In frau This land Is for sale or exchange No 64 A farm of 100 acre In Lincoln county Three rood dwslllngs S rood barns sod otbsr out bolldlDeati house bun ere about the renter of 100 acres All on county road H mull from church school and rnstofflt la1swell and well watered This la a O farm end would suit two or tbne fimlllet hat mlgbtwsnt to corns Irom tbt same nelgbborbood 1rlr muonsM No e Twostory trawl dwslltnfof six room Iwo hail Tirsnds kewell at door and all ether Alto large blacksmith or see ataniery low price No IIA farm of In awes feur mhis from HUD oatUindlnn A grass only M sslDltes drlr frout county HOI Owner of not firm ajtolnlnK ibis haa rrreally refused 115 tar sore Weolfrthis at ta7fto No MHfty scrw near Ileuant Point Ky Frame house t room and porch Ran and other MtlMiUillDga S serve In culllrsllon reel In tim her Well wstereJ x11 yards troll po tofflr Ktool oo1bI1IOjlal well on and Ja good oem Svormmball in the rear good nelgbborbooJ efotochurebeeanti scoooU Good lor imall fam ily Pile fMO- No S Houxand lot In Stanford llouae con slniflTerpoipa hood stable and S acres of laud w ofrreUlesl building loLl In town room enough In front ft two other cottage or a 1 story front could be built to the eottag end be made a beautiful home Will be old cheep u tile owner mutt have money No 1J of ilx and porch necceaaary outbulldlnga and Nantes Also large two itory lion room 24x60 fret lower room supplied with counteri aheltea etc Water In dwelling aol storeroom also cistern anti well on place Small lot back of store one mile from ounforj Ilulldlngs In goorepair snd dwelling originally met 11600 and store oT rJl200 Will sell for IMO or will rent or sell separately No 181SO acre farm y mile of Crab Orchard Ky Hrlck dwelling S room two tenant houses two larn well nd spring nell dwelling Karm In hlghatat of cultlTatlon ISO acres river lollom land tool fencing fruit etc Price 3760 an acre No 41 Two story seven room frame dwelling veranda etc Une story storeroom lOxfiO two blackiuilth bOltl tenant house stslile crib and ware house Every building new and fencing In tin shape Allot the property It In IluilonTllle Ky snd w will sell It as a whole or tell ash alI Well at neb stable end clitern athousa For sec retaryNo nA splendid stork of gooda for sale This II the belt and the nlcett and moil carefully snlecled stock of goats In Central Kentucky A rnlendld trade In Uuroln and adjoining counties ve will sell this for cost and anti if you want to go In bninu you cannot lint a nicer stock Utter place or better trade In this particular line outride or the side No iAnice farm at IllehUnJ Ky well Isiprov rd well watered etc lrke boo UHto apes of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle 100 acres In cultivation about TJ acres In labor ant rest In eras A large new frame dwell flr also an old dwelling on plac A new barn and 1002 ones It U well walereJ and the fencing Is ooJ On public roil Price boon No 70Four sera of land and a nice one story Ix room frame dwelllnii lu McKlnney Ky water orb 10 klleben and Uwily room 000tl barn Officers S H SHANKS L President J B t W U BRIGHT Asst Cashierti- wi J S HOOKER Prest BT UAum V Free J1 MoROBEUTS Ohr W n WEARENAsstChr P Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J 8 Meeker Stanford McllnnelM8 II Baughraan Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J H BauKhman Stanford J M Petlus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky lloughtatmmwtrloersalaat le- neewe11waterdsod aidwtnintC4cHir townWulvoltsmsl1family I520mwolecelaodtlmMrlsnd lar114vrmont- hTkdwelliogrenUfeell5permouth IIM- DNw4Farsst7taensiplftdldM In- raellreeedoil roodeeklarbatt oaleelWell 1meraeossNa- Na7Nlcerottage JIK6Kelt feetwiTbiapropettylwillabe wderniJeclo NollhouseandlotinSUnford prlcesaddteetheaborenawd OW8LKTOaslilir Officers Directors eel all neTMaary outbollvlDgs lute weft fined and U tool repair Hwee alaa0s1 AVI and ts mmparatltely new aad we ooiy ask ITMI for the whole property No M Farm ol III area la Casey count Two story frame dwelling two root barns aol otbw outboUdlogt In eul Hhleadld IoJaCQ- 1Dd sad In good evmtsuolly A bargain at Ss0 So IT FamohUacre In Caaey county Anew two tery I room frims dwelling and cIdwelling in lair eodiUa Barns and other our ImlUioga Oa tteIaDJwell watered two wellprtageta ThU la a de alrabl eels tike SLOG 10 a Fana oft ehO IS mllrelrom Stan ioN on county road tS Iflft rultlTatloet seven la pasture 2 good orchards ant rlla limber Two small cottage good Urn and oulbulldlnp wet watered sod tenting good low can be lodlanapeIlewjseeburgD111eand buUliII in IIOOd npdrf lrafucuv IImt 10s1 land la goo tghhorboodNoee to Uaad oa good road lrtntUOwICyOagood Urn and other ootwuUdlnga lUll aerie it rultlrstlon 41 acre In Umber fruit Use etc Laywell on twenty rued lure to ehorthea school eU frit only MK- So It 9H urn of bid near Crab Onhard cheep No ei BtM acres of U4 and tonoY rrane heel I Prdot all Recetury bsllmga U well waterAll kvUdlAgs and fen 1 mgt good resulr cad It a detnab boai e Prs91 pee No MTN sal oMhalf acres of Owl nice tw ti story te epos tune 4 t4Uwr Store room ty side rooa to by 10 Oed were awn Mat tu shrs il by jo Bars and Mackeattl shop it y 40 three sloe stalH wacsn hoes 14 by It voMeig booth f r lbs role Tenenat ht 14 by et two rwsii Well SWUM tty is elN aa teri well Large Ito k of geatMal melcba ikJHe All at thleprurty le ill AilM4 fhrtaiU CwMejr Ky aad can 5e bought ala bargain No 40 Farm ell acre near HoJbwJ Sic cottage tenaSlbewI loan eta lluiljmg sad GndngIngood cwdltl W seta In ruiurstncs well watered Will sell fcr IIMer exibaeg fot property In Utxetn call No 4TwoaUry frame dwelling 7 room hall sad veranda Uood garden freeing and house to good repair Fervelorreet Prk rcaaonabla- No MFsneiof tae sre situated near Kings Title Kyj CO seres IB mliiratton n In umtortett two good tarot and other outWlliibgigud repair Dwelling eompsrati re ly nw la no yardi vftbre chunhea and C n depot lroarty lies on pIkeaidcounty road sad ta Iht mot dbllira In that section Wa will lIlbl whole farm lor R 400 or la parrela of net let than to airrre to lullpurehaaer Tbla la eerialalychMp property No S7Two story eight room frame dwalllng la Stanford Ky Larg garden sad tarn lot fees li one of Ibe aaoet dIr1oW houaes In Sown Irlce reasonable No II DwelllBgof4roonswlth 10 acre lead In Moretathl kx l barn and neremary outbuild Inge 2 welli In yard ple dklorebardaad i acrei la etrawberrles Immediate poMeeiMn IlimfDOP No M Miscra f lad IB lUxkraille lar lie- or exeiange Hat alt neceaaary Improcmentl w4lwatn ldc Will be toW It a trgaio parHeelschange A 11l1el WsyoebutgKrOaereinfair condlilwnj one fourth mile ofl pike watered by our fallleg Spring Prim MM j No 16118 Cha seres of land In J1 Kin 1 Seceaary lIl11l1dlDIto Fencing good andri watered Will sett this plan en catterms No 1I2rea of good land six room two story delIIDrt wsttrtd good lennng II a the ol Stsofenl clwe to t raM wheel std cbursbea Tklsli adeairabl home JNotail In KlogiTlUe Ky Barge barn smoke house Ac All building and fencing In good repair 9 Pric 1 100 No OTO sere ol Isnd two story front ot 4 tage seven rose bait tic Houiel new a goe4I garden and lleld orebsd of l crn fearsg- god to Iablel bouK mol house etc A goat well on pan Ihereb also a good will oa the place a g od eruaher In mill It la run by pat ural power which II a great economy an4 the data yIlNo 50A lent ofl60 acne frame dwlbol our roams coot stock barn ant all nervaaaty out buildings good well atered cut in lire 1Ildllllaclllo cullltallou teat In blue ftu lrwthan half mile Irom turnpike Weoller this plan for only fM per era So 28 Frame hotel largo room double versa daa hallway Kto A Urge 2 story storeroom IrontlDg street 3O feet Iroin hotel stars suits blsfordwe Ing 2 nice cottages nicely furnlthed I papered and palatal 4 rooms and veranda each A on came used u livery front loot ga3en Vacant lot adjoining 84 feet by 200 foot Ieep AU or lhla property la In Land Ky end Ise line chant for tome OUt to make money i Poprlelor has refused to rent property for ISO per rmonth Onsccounlof ill health of his wife 00 reason foraelllng proprietor desires to uehDIG- for Irm In Lincoln county No IUO acres near Jumbo SOOacres In cult f- UIlOD I rat In timber nix dwellings on piss fluea if them new two tobacco barns and lags stock barn blarkiuilih abop stable etc Young orchard ilrMiiiaiun through rice On county road and i tot yards from n o school church and in rood lelghburhood Will sell o exchange at reasonable Igurtano A nice our room cottage water Jn lichen A good barn coal houae etc and a 1lI- ardn Price 1800 75Asmall fanu of TS acres of goo I land ocatcd dote la town Price IZ2SO No 16 llouit and 1oIn DarblIOn house has 5 1110Nn 1 root repair Price It v