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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 16 1904 8AM NO 49 f LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Dtn Patch paced a mile In 202 at lodlanapolli W Holland of Ohio county told 100 poplar trees at 130 i dkB D Carter bought two livery horn 01 lilt week at 176 Waterboy will bn retired from tea o race track to the itud Albert Goooh bought ot A T Nun- S nelly a mulo for 1160 Lutes A Co sold to J 0 Bubnnki 100 stock ewes at 13 75 C C Goer sold to E P Woods ier on 220 pound bogs at 60 e W P Acglln tho woll known Lex Ington hoMtraan Ii dead Sixteen borers wore burned to death In a livery table Ore at Topeka Kan lai Lute J Co sold to T J Hill Sr so ewes at 13 75 and S3 to 0 J Crow at same price For tale fetdrre and bh egraeseed extra quality A W Carpenter Moreland Ky 4i Toe Kentucky Live Stook Breeder A oelatloa deelded not to hold a State Fair this year Two work horses for isle one four and the other eight years old T D Newlaod Stanford 9t S n Dftugbman told to Meier St Huffman of Danville seven 1000 poaad belter at 3io J D Eads4 Son bougnt 20 1000 to 1100 pound cattle In Wane county last week a lt to lit George V Dobtnton bought of B J Tbliler his 2S6acro farm near Shaker town Meroer county for 110000- D O lox k Co will be at Lancaster Monday to buy 100 mule colt and 60 yearlings Mules received day of pur chaseiA heavy rain and windstorm patted through Montgomery county Sunday doing much damage to growing crop and farm buildings LOST Dlaek sow lama white In face weight about 2i6 pounds In good condition A reward for her return to A W Carpenter Moreland Kys S J Bell told to C T Oohoo five mule for 1060 D R Brown told C O Hoboo yea span of mule for 1315 and a span of horses for 1240 Carey Newt Cba Lutes told to J C Neal 100 ewe at 13 75 He alto told to H B Campbell of Jeitamlne 270 extra good ewes at 13 00 on the care it McKlnney 1 Lutes Jk McOuIre told to J W Pace of Clark 670 ewes put on the care at Stanford at 13 00 Mr Pace was for mercy a partner of Mr Lutes In the lamb and sheep trade In Clark county Maj l lmar the champion trotting gclUlcc equaled the worlds record 2 mgt held by Creiseu at the Empire track In Now York Saturday In an exhibition with a runner on each tide but none In front- According to the weekly trade re view the fall trade bat expanded slows ly apparently on aooount of crop un certainties and exlilng labor trouble These conditions ruling most lines of 1 distribution result In an Irregular trade situation Tho sudden appearance of Texas fe ver among Loulivllle cattle will cue the issuance of an order by Dr F T Eltenman State veterinarian prevent lag butchers from driving Southern cattle along streets frequented by native cattle Only one ease has been re portedB Slavln of this county took his pair of floe mare mules to the Bar rodtbug Fair and In the ring for belt team of mare mule won Ort money and for the bet mare mule any age ho got first money on one and second on the other This a splendid team of mulct one of the best that bat been In totbll county for some time Advocate No Substituto Offered fay what you will about druggists of feriog lomelhlnj IIJUlt II good because tho tact still standsit pays a Letter profit that wi out of 100 druggists recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and War rhoea Remedy when tho boat remedy for diarrhoea it asked for and do so because they know Ill the ono remedy that can always be depended upon even In the most revere and dangerous cases Sold by nil dtugRlttt Leander Dunn Jr Leo City Montgomery county while gathering apples lost his hold and fell to the ground a distance of 16 feet He i etruck on his head bursting tho skull and his brains wore scattered on the ground Mn Ada Richardson wife of alarm er of Methuen Mass was stabbed to jt1 death In a Boston lodging house by a man with whom sho bad boon rooming Rev Michael Healey of Tub 0 toll from a window of the parsonage at Youngstown 0 whore ho was a truest and was probably fatally hurt Harvey Allen and Robert Harbout were killed by a train near Owenebor- oy tbo supposition being that they wont to sleep on tho track t i av wrd e MATRIMONIAL James Smith aged 60 and Mils Ida Pltuun 22 were married by Judge Bailey yesterday I Mr and Mr William B Smith ol Richmond celebrated their golden wedding last week j Mm Lucy Brougbtoo daughter ol County Cierk Broughton of hell wai married to Dr Mason Comb cf Byden James Lt Payne a widower of 00 and ells Sarah Stephens 21 were joined heart and hand at David Oak yesterday Granvllle Savior a widower of 62 and MM Ida Baker a widow of 22 w married yesterday by Rev K D Noak- near Crab Orchard Marriage llcente was issued yesterday to James L Payne and Miss Sara Steven They were married at the home of David Noak The engagement of Miss Mary Mul ligan daughter of Judge Jame II Mulligan of Lexington to Frank Steven of MlddlMboro hat been na nounotd The marriage of Miss Willie Verbo na Dawson eldest daughter of Judge W L Dawson to Mr 0 I Doraay of Covlngton took place In Loultvlllo In stead of Covlngloa at our types made utiay lilt issue The marriage of Rev L H Bunion vlae pretldeni of Central University to Mrs Myra C Bracken of Lebanon ii announced to take plane at the reel dente of J W Tate near Wllmore at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Aug 17thMr Ben Oerndon sou of Capt Wm Berndoo the weil known attorney of Lancaster and Mitt Mattle Mae Robinson alto of that place eloped to Jel llco Tenn Sunday and were married The groom le In the revenue builneM and is a fine young man while his bride who la a daughter of Mr T B Robinson Is a pretty and accomplished young lady Mr and Mrs J N Mcnofceof Stan ford announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Bilaabelh to Mr Oeo P Maury of PltUburg Peon The wedding will be celebrated atthe home Maplewood Stanford Ky on the 24th of August Miss Menefee bat for I several years been a member of the faculty of the Western Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf at Pltttburg which position the has only recently resigned Mr Maury proprietor of a well known Metallurgical CnemUtry concern In Pltttburg Danville Advo cate CHURCH MATTERS The protracted meeting at the Mt Vernon church resulted In 10 additions Rev Gilbert Clan will preach at Walnut Flat at 3uW Sunday afternoon next Bid J G Livingston meeting at Watts Cbapel closed Sunday night with air addition Ha began a meet ing at flail Gap yerterday Rev T S Leland pastor ol the M E church at Victor Col has been or dared away from there because of hU Interest In the mining trouble Tne Neal creek cburoh will give a picnic at the church next Saturday Aug 20 to which everybody ii Inylled A pleating program has been arrang cedA protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church In Lancaster tbo last of this month Rev W T Brook of Indiana will assist the pastor Rev F M Tinder The Bible is the greatest hatchet or imather In existence It put a sling In David hand to annihilate Goliath It slow the PhllUtloei It puta jaw bono In Sampson band and smashed Sodam and Gomarrah It Is my most formi dable weapon In smashing the whisky evil says Carrie Nation The custom of building churches on bridges was common 100 years and more ago Several of these old build loge aro atlll left In Europe The Chap ul of Our Lady still stands on the brldgo which spans the Don at Rotterdam The little cbapel was built In the 16th century and was restored about 100 years ago For several years however It has been used as a tobacco shop Rev W J Barney In A sermon at ielvlngton declared war against buggy riding by young ladles and gentlemen and expressed the opinion that the manufacturers of narrowseated buggies would not go to heaven The boys and girls who Indulge In bnggyrldlng areas near heaven as they want to bo at present and care not a rap what be comes or the manufacturer of the vohl Io Harrodsburg herald Chairman has democratic national headquarters In New York and after two days of onjanlza tlon work he will go to White Sulphur Springs to attend the Davis notification on Wednesday I committeeThe national has Issued a synopsis of the party campaign book which is soon to bo placed in olrculltloDI NEWS NOTES A son and heir to the Russian throne was bornat Peterbof palace Retail liquor dealers at Maytvllle have raised the prices of drinks Prince Henry of Prussia his wile and eldest son will come to America IE two weeks George L Torrey under charge of embezzlement at Denver Col commit ted suicide Allen Gibson a farmer was killed by dynamite while blasting stumps In Davies county Turkish troops aro reported to Gave neTurkeyeMn Mabel Burns was shot and kill ed at Chicago by her husband Michael escapedhStripes for all uonvlots except Incorrigible In New York State prisons have been abolished May little daughter of Robert Tbom at of Jaokson fro Into a cistern at their home abd was drowned A police commandant and two pe lloemen who killed two Americans In Mexloo were sentenced to be shot Mrs Florence Maybrlok Ilold to have sailed from Antwerp for Now York registering under the name ol Miss Rote Ingram One man was killed and 10 Injured In a wreck on the Tennessee Central The accident was caused by the break log of a flange wheel A careful revision of the list of dead and misting victims of the Eden Colo wreck Indicates that the number of lives lost was fully 100 Henry Belncn fell dead In the Cov Ington police court just at the judge fined him 10 and costs for disorderly conduct He had never been In trouble beforeTen thousand 200 dollars In counter felt 12 bill were found by secret ser vice agent In the house of Dr Frank G Sanft a prominent Roxbery Mau physician Philippine day marking an anniversary of the full of Manila was celebra ted at the St Louie Expotltlon Saturday Secretary of War Taft was the principal speaker Mln Ethel Bourland the young daughter of Attorney W E Bourland of Dixon was killed by lightning II she itood In the yard wltb her hand on a metal clothe line On account of Illinois having Negro guardsmen In line of parade nt the World Fair on September 21 Arkansas people refuse to participate In the ceremonies at first arranged In a family tragedy on Tradewater river near Sturgls Ike Tucker and hU wife were killed by tbelr brother in law The woman lost her life lo en deayoring to act as peacemaker Eight men were drowned at the bot tom of agold mine shaft near Salisbury N O by a torrent of water which overflowed a neighboring pond and flooded the shaft to a depth of 100 feet To reimburse them for losses through Investments In shipbuilding stock Charles M Schwab has sent a check for 17000 to Mr Joe Sobenck and one for 810000 to Robert Spring of Coving ton While In a state of temporary mental aberration Luclen Wells shot and kill ed his egad father W Y Wells and then blow his own brains out with the weapon at tbelr home near Shelby vllleIen county has notified all factories In Paducah that permits for children U- Dder 14 years of age to work will expire the first Monday September when school begins A Cotton Bolt passenger train known IU the Worlds Fair Flyer ran through an open switch at Texarkana Texas burying the engineer beneath the wreckage fatally injuring the fireman and killing a Negro passenger Francis J Hagan was shot and fa tally wounded by John R T Harbour at Huber StatIOn Bullllt county Tbo tragedy Is the result of tho alleged attack made on Barbour by Hagan during which Barbour was shot on the night of February 14 1003 Judge Paynter of tbo appellate court In dissolving the Injunction re straining the operation of tbo Coving ton poolrooms says that courts of equity have no jurisdiction to restrain the commission of crimes nor to enforce moral obligations and wbonthey seek to do such It is a clear usurpation of the jurisdiction of the criminal court Siok Headache For several years my wile was trou bled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe character She doctored with several eminent physic fans and at a great expenfo only to grow worse until she was unable to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and to today weigh more than she ever did before and is real well says Mr Coo K Wright of New London New York For sale by all druggists HUSTONVILLE S M Owens sold his crop of wheat to D M Llpps Co at II per bushel Olympian Springs water Is to be bottled and placed upon the market with all first class dealers- A protracted meeting will begin at our Presbyterian church next Sunday and will continue morning and evening until further notice Cut prices on your pants to your measure 10 plane for 14 30 97 pants for 15 60 S3 pants for 1660 These goods are the very bet quality and all wool A J Adams The debate at Concord church be tween Revs Ferrell and Fitzwater after two day discussion wee closed Large crowds were In attendance and much interest was manifested The concensus of opinion favor the argument of Rev Ferrell The champion ball team of Casey county crossed bats here Saturday with the Husionvllle team and the game reisuited in a score of 15 to 0 In favor 01I our boys who are yet unbeaten this season and they are ready to defend their title to the championship of this or adjoining counties The death tome time ago of that grand old horse Cheater Dare brings more prominently before hie admiring friends his greatest son Dignity Dare The facts of bis greatness were evi denced at the Harrodtburg fair last week when with 16 or 18 entries In the model ttalllon mare or gelding ring he took first money and In harness stallion four year and over he took first and the same In tbo sweepstake Mrs Tone Hunn and daughter Mrs John Coffey of Columbia are visiting friends and relatives here Miss Liz zle Bogle of Lexington Ii home with her mother for a few weeks Mlts Edna Camnliz attended the Harrodt burg fair Kyle Bohon of Mt Au burn III together with his mother Mrs J T Bobon and brother Hudson are attending the World Fair A J Adams has rented the handsome cottage of Rev G W Mills on east Main streetOn account of numerous Inquiries concerning the welfare of our Graded School I am authorized bythe board of trustees to state that the school will commence the lecond Monday In Sep tember In the College building under the supervision of Prof R S Eubank whose reputation In his profession stands second to none In Kentucky Tbo tuition for students outside tbo district will be within the reach of all Prof Eubank and family have moved Into the College building and all ncc eisary arrangements for the opening of the school will be rzade at once The foundation of the Wheeler fetl deoco will be ready for the carpenters this week and the building will be pushed to an early completion Work on the livery barn of A B C DInvrld die has commenced and will be ready for business In about 30 days Work on the Newtonian Hotel began last week and Mr Phillips of Campbells yule who le the architect Is here to see that the work moves briskly and according to contract The key Is to bo delivered by Dec lit and the baud some building will be another orna menu to our rapidly Improving city Taken with Cramps Wm Klrmse a member of the bridge gang working near Llttleport was taken suddenly Ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera Ills case was to severe that be had to have the members of the crow walt upon him and Mr Gifford was called and consulted He told them he had a medicine in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy that be thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day Tho Incident steaks quite highly of Mr Cliffords medicines Elk oder Iowa Argue This remedy never falls Keep it in your home il may save life For sale by all druggists Sunday mornings sea fight In the Straights of Korea was between the Vladivostok eqaadron and Admiral Ka mlmuras fleet and resulted In a victo ry for the Japanese The Russian are mored cruiser Rurlk was sunk and two other cruisers made their escape to the northward heavily damaged Chief Pylhlan ofllceraestimate that there were At least 8000 arrivals in Louisville Sunday furlthe encampment Five thousand members of tie Uniform Rank went into camp at Western Park The biennial gathering has begun In I earnest s A partnership has been formed be tween Lewis McQuown of Bowling Green and Ell H Brown Jr of Nel son county for the practice of law at Frankfort An epidemic of smallpox which has broken out in Zion City Is being treat ed with prayer by Dr Dowie and bin hiders n CLEARANCE SALE AT TilE GLOBE Ii We have divided our entire stock of Fancy Suits INTO TWO LOTSOne lot to sell nt 4 1000 oThisincludes nil our boat suits goods that sold ns high as 22 I1he other lot to sell at 4 600 JST- Tu this are nil the suits that sold for SR50 and 810 All sizes from IK down to small boys sizes Owing to the backwardness of the tenon this Spring wo have nn unusually goodassort ment of bargains to offer in this sole These prices are CASH None of these goods will pe charged t T0e flllLLEH Danville Kg THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills i As an evidence of tho superiority of the Supe riot Drill there are more of them in use in this county than all the others together Nothing in ferior is imitated If your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you get reudy to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Lever Harrows b W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Pumps Pumps w I am u pump man allover sad I sell the Pumping ost Pumps that ever was Pumped and if they 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 810 and from e 2 to 200 foot deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS needs no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP is So easy to fix You can replace tho valvoa without removing Pump from well with nothing but n monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work done on short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 5 H ALDR1DGE a Depot Street Stanford Ky Druggist Confidence Confidence no fear of mistakes is what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE 1 EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and J PURE MATE RIALSarc our stock in trade When you want things dono right when you want pure drugs when you arc tired of taking chances come to us The utmost care in every department the best service and the best merchandise is our constant aim Dr W N CraigjPharmacist Stanford Kentucky GO TO I W B McRoberts FOR III LANDRETH GARDEN SEED DRUGGISTI 11GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E c WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET For PrtlltJtfIl ALTON BROOKS PARKER oj New York For Vice President I HENRY Q DAVIS of W tt Virginia For Judge Fifth Appellate Dtttritt JUDGE JAMES E CANTRILL OJ Gtorgitmen TUE democratic State central com mlttek at Its meeting In Frankfort Sat urday by a vote of live to four decided It had no jurledlctlon to review the rul toga of Executive Committeeman Lee h In the convention at Lexington that nominated Judge Cantrlll for judge of the court of appeals from the Fifth die trlct A resolution was adopted recoR nizinsr Judge Cantrlll as the nominee i whereupon Hon John D Carroll and Judge MC Saufley appeared betor- the committee and etated theft would abide by the decision Both of the gentlemen made ringing speeches pledjrlnfr their eupport to Judge Cantrlll W sincerely regret that the splendid can dldate Lincoln county offered was not given a better and fairer show for the nomination but we congratulate him on d the manlymanner In which he accepted the situation That Judge SauQer would have made an Ideal Appellate Judge no one who Icnows his ability as a lawyer will gainsay and no one li more dleappolnted than we that hl candidacy lor the high office was successful Now that he will hearth eupport Judge CanLrl11 let hie friend- do llkewlee and roll up for the gran old man from Scott the biggest demo cratic majority ever given an Appel late Judgo WE have no jurisdiction In the matter but wo recognize Judge Cant trill as the nominee for Appellate Judge says the State Central Com mittee In other words we have no right to make a verdict but our edict Is eupreme A strange strange thing watt that meeting at Frankfort Satur day A very laughable farce Indeed I but our democrats are of the right sort i and propose to grit their teeth and i etacd It Howeyer we must confess f ftbatthe committee meeting was a flt of the Lexington convention I Lets stop such highhanded proceed urea I SENATOR J C S BLACKBURN will open bis campaign for the Senatorshlp l la the Fifth Congressional district He hat accepted an Invitation to make lengthy speech at Fern Creek In Jef forson county on August 25 It is un derstood that the Settlor will discuss all the Issues of the campaign andwill let his bearers know that he expects to be reelected to the Senate j has decided to make through 1RUSSIA Government as Intermedia r a strong protest against the alleged violation of international law by Japan In the seizure ot torpedo boat destroyer at Che Foo If Japan contlnuestoland broad sides on bersbe will be calling k pretty Boon for some nation to pull r Kurokl off of Kuropatkln TilE Lily White G A R veterans of Louisville decided not to attend the t reunion at Boston because of the alf T polnlment of a Negro to be at tho head of their department If they can afford to vote with the Negro tbev ought not to kick about associating with them POLITICAL Edwards majority in Casey was 148I The official count shows that Hunter Ji carried Knox county by 164 It costs 1600000 more a day to run i the government now than It did under President Cleveland Judge Parker Is sojourning for a I abort while In the Catskill Mountains t His wife and brothers are with him Washington politicians bavo calledf attention to the absence from toy publican platform of the usual plank for the restriction of Immigration I The Georgia Legislature ended Its i long midsummer aesalon terlncreaelng f the salary of the Governor and several Judges and refusing to adopt the Aus trallan ballot system Rejoicing over the reported nomina tlon of D C Edwards tome unknown f parties hanged Dr Hunter in effigy from a window in the courthouse at Whitesburg Letcher county The democrats and populists or No braska have agreed upon a fusion ticket for the State offices George WI Borg Populist Is the nomlneeforGov ernor Thomas H Tibbies the Populist nominee for Vice President is beading a bolting movement Commenting on Judge Parkers no Ufioatlon speech Mr Bryan said It Is admirable on the questions discussed I hope his letter of acceptance will go more Into detail in regard to certain planks of the platform espec sally upon the labor question His In r doreement of the partys position on Imperialism Is especially gratifying j WITHDRAWS FROM THE RACE Hon Harvey Helm Leaves The Congressional Race to Mes srs Moore and Gilbert Hon Harvey Helm having decided to retire from the Congressional race has Issued the following card which will be read with regret by that gen tlemana legion of friend from one end of tbo district to the other After careful consideration of the conditions as they exist in the district I deem it beet to retire from the for the nomination for Congress With three men In the race tho result Is doubtful I therefore leave the field to Col Moore and Mr Gilbert I shall always believe that I earned the norm nation in the convention but retire- with the utmoet good feeling towards all I am at the service of my party and am ready to do all I can to advance Its Interests HARVEY HELM ADDITIONAL LOCAL THE little daughter of Mr and Mrs R C Bywaters died on their return to Nez Perces Idaho Her mother was a Miss Abraham of the East End ILOST between Crab Orchard and Brodhead a puree containing a dla mond ring and several old coins Reward Robert Wtlmot Brodbead It ITUE ampltheatro has been rebuilt and everything being put in read ness for the fair to commence next Wednesday says the Liberty News r THOSE owing ae are requested to call and settle at their earliest conve nlence This means you If you owe me Jesse Traylor Gilberts Creek KyIteTUE personal property of Alexander hieeAdmindletratorItPICNIC John Swope will give a grand picnic In James C Coulters grove near Mlddleburg Saturday Aug 27 An enjoyable program of amusements has been arranged LOST between Dave Embrys and the cabin just beyond Henry Hester on the Lancaster pike a gold bracelet Finder will leave with Henry Bright Hays and receive rewardItBY enactment of lastthe assessor must begin his duties on the first of September instead of the 15tn as heretofore Those owning property on the first must hereafter pay the taxes thereon for the ensuing year THE Lancaster says that Mr forpon 1 expectasome of our Lincoln county people will deaden over the line and help Mr Rob neon and his cause I HAVE bought alargerbuilding and rented a number of outside rooms so I will be well prepared to entertain all who come to the Brodbead fair Good sleeping quarters and first class meal Horses also well cared for J H Al bright proprietor Albright Hotel Brodbead 2tr 1 LOTS OF SANG Probably the biggest lot of ginseng that over left this city was shipped Friday to Cia cinnati by a local dealer The lot aggregated 1000 pounds The price received was 10 10 per pound thus making a total of 80100 The root was purchased mostly in Casey and Lincoln counties Advocate TilE Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign offer of Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after the November election for 81 This Is about cent a copy and is not only the cheap eat dally you can get but the beet dem ocratic organ you can read during the present campaign This office will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must Invariably accompany it Louis Landram president of the Kentucky Press Association has an nounced his Executive Committee as ollow D B Wallace of Warsaw Independent chairman Lew B Brown Harrodsburg Democrat W C Barrickman Shelbyvlllo Sentinel Henry Lawrence Cadiz Record and William Henry Jones Glasgow Republican Clarence E Woods of the Rich mond Climax Is selected as annual or departurev Here and There An earthquake in Chill caused great damage to property Twenty persons were drowned by a sinking of the British barkInverklp off the coast of Ireland Mrs Anna Stone of Spencer county committed suicide by cutting her throat with a razor William Baker a wealthy farmer of Campell county took carbolic acid byI mistake and will die A United States warship hat been ordered to Haytlen waters on reports of further disturbances Two blind men who are over 70 years old arefln jail at Kenawee Ill 1 charged with killing an octogenarian Ob iT IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George Gatllffe Is dead at Williams burg Mrs Harriett Browning of near Columbia Is dead Glllls MoFarland was run over and killed by a train near Willlamsburg One thousand pounds of ginseng which was sold at 18 50 per pound was shipped from Danville James Crockett has been paroled from life sentence In tbe penitentiary yearaI Mrs Rebecca Coleman died at tbe home of her daughter Mrs Brummett at Sautley and the remains zero taken to Somerset for burrlal renteod phone line from King and Prewltt of this place Casey News Because Howard Brynlng of flan tae City was too fond of his wife and acquiesced In everything she did Mrs Brynlng has secured a divorce The Farmers Bank and tbe J T Freeman Bank of Burgin have consolidated I and the name changed to the Citizens Bank The capital stock has been Increased to 126000 Mrs Margaret C Lasley aged 85 I after a lingering Illness died at tbo home of her niece Mrs Sue Brlscoo I near Parksvllle She was tbe mother of Mr L M Lasley formerly of this place but now of San Marclal N M At a called meeting of the fiscal court to consider the order ot the late Judge Patterson condemning the court house at Lebanon the court unanimously voted to have the countyattorney enter a motion before tbe new judge to set the motion aside Burglars broke Into tbe Danville Steam Laundry and tbo store of Cald well S Lanier and secured a few dol late la cash from tbe former and a pair of shoes sod wearing apparel In goner al from the latter They were very fastidious taking only the best J L Browne home near Harrod burg was entered by burglars and S450 stolen Tbe money was In his trous ers whlcb were under the pillow on which hie bead rested but be was not awakened Jesse Lltseys house In the same section was entered and a gold watch and f45 taken The Boyle and Garrard Teachers Institute closed lie weeks session aM Lancaster after an Interesting and euc cessful meeting Junction City was chosen for the next annual session and Lincoln will join with Boyle and Gar rard In a triple pedagogical association Prof R N Roark ot State College gave such satisfaction as conductor of the institution that he was asked to fill the place again next year Fire at Lexington tbe buildings and training equipment at the fblr grounds as well as the Curry Hotel and several other bulidines on 876000Bob perished rious stables that went up In abhea Mrs William Moreland who bad rooms at tbe Curry Hotel lost consld erably by tbe conflagration SAVE MONEY I By buying coal early We iTo Just re calved IS cars coal and will tell at a reduced cbooperthanKINO li OOX Moreland Ky The Calvert I Miss Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Aver St Louis LOOK OUT HERE I We are with the Farmers Roller MIni making flour In Stanford as white as snow and as pure as the mountain air Do not think It a mlxtake end Iftyou want flour that will bake a cake Just bring your wheat In and D V will take pleasure In walling on you D V KENNEDY k COI THEIiJoseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con I sultation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profess slonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must to paid promptly For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Rouse has T rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock- J P BAILEY BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce k Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY MenYourhandled on commission Stock Pone In Connection FORSALEI The wellknown Old port Pharmacy To drugstoreI going West Nearest competitor Is three squaresNests tbelargctllshed II years teat t20 per month A decided bargain Address OLD KyN I FOR SALEI hCrBontbelownsexes John tlteele Carpenter Ilu tonvlle Ky A S PRICKa jIStanford K a OSUv r UeBoUruI lslHoUdlDl Farm For Sale I On account ot Illhealth I desire to toll privately mv farm of 10 acre located In o of Hustonvllle Good improvements fruit never falling water as whole or divide tlmall house on lower part Q n HARNRTT- Iluitonvlllc Ky Dripping Springs Spoars Fisher Mgr aI I Spleedhtableeeuntry Write for particular Postofflee I Dripping Spring K- yDrOeS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and roa sonablo- Hustonvlllo Kentucky Ea D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford fllidwau saloon COOD RICE Prors FlnMt wine whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons UMOUI Hlno Gras s leer OHIO keg and bottled O Ilrent Soutbwood mixer Phono tis Stan ford Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I icpreient one of the best tailoring firms In tbe country With my experience in taking measures and director I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons iu this line will bear me out My prices are the same M inex perienced men who are In the business I also have II nice lino of fancy cheviot and other suitlngb I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank you for past favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting ahing or any kind afire passing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bnoonanore T H Holmes II F NewUnd J n Oaraenlieb Peter Balmer W II Jobnton Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife Careen II P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch n A Lawrence Cordier Mr A D Root Sam H Reynolds Morgan lJurapbrey C T Charles Hnwlln 1 II lcAllller Wn Kate Ador Ilelchenbaeh Urn Fred VonOruenlganAlbert VonOrueDlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Iiauraann Stanford Granite Marble Co INCORrOIlATBU la now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers tablets ew from our own Lincoln county stone recently discovered the analysis of which prove It to be of the finest This stone Is In several colors Wacanalso furnish stand ard material from any other quarries In the world Phone main olllee 06 J llcone- pres Stanford Ky of T J Toter branch office McKlnney K- yAdministrators Sale Sept 8 1081 As administrator of the estate of J V Coffey deceased I will otter for sale and with the consent of Coffey their on tire farm of 300 acres of RSROod land as Is In the county with residence and all UecOl- lary Iutbulldlo 3 good barn 2 of thorn very large good fencing plenty of stock water all In grass except about BD acres The farm lays on the Ilusiouvllle and riRnvllie nlkc In good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on C 8 not sold before the 8th ot September will then be sold to the highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal property coosistllll of hay off of 8S acres seed off or 66 acres wheat off of 60 acres corn off of U acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling mule 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder 2 nuctlnes 1 disc barrow as good i as new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant or S Oliver Chin plows No 201 corn sheller 2 A harrows 1 hay baler In order 3 Iwn horse wagons 2 hay frames one halt Entered 1a S acres of tobacCo SO to 100 bushels uf orchard grass seed 16000 tobacco sticks ome old corn 1 buggy and harnow 1 sad die brldlotendblanket 230 locust posts for wlro fence 100 white oak posts for post roll fence 80 locust posts for post rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 sll von watch 1 farm roller SS heap brakes 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows Any one desiring to so the can call on mo or Joseph Coney on the placotod we will show them Sale begin at 0 oclock ot turnpike Inhepallddlebulrgrdc stock Liberty Turnpike i 154 shares of stock In the Mid dleburlt TxltxeTle farm wm be sold for one third Gash balance on one and two years time with lien retained on land WA COrfU Admr Tort ENGLISH Auc J GranUL6aorWe I have purchased and are receiving daily large shipments of Dress Goods Mens and Boys clothing shoes Mens and Ladies fur nishings Remember the Grand Leader is now a permanent fixture in Stanford OurDstock having been sold very low we are now rin position to give you nice new bright up todate merchandise and as usual cheapertthan our competitors We past favors and as we have alwalys doneIyour money back if youre not satisfied with your purchase very RespectfullyA THE GRAND LEADER 1 OW8IKY 11101 K WATlII 01 It A 11MIM B Levy O Co S B Levy Tooth Cleansers W air W Somo that wo Nil Colgates Dental Pmvder in Tin IJoxos or Glnsa llottlw Dr It L Urartt Tooth Powder Kiiblfoatu Tooth Wash Bond Ivory Cream Tooth Soap Kuthymol T wtk Piute The Above Brands Sell For 25 Cents PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky Stanford Male And Female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY aaetmsalr e experlelllldpoint of view of the prail al nod that which lead to the highest degree of general eel tare We earnestly tollclt the ropraUo of ai who are Intrreated In educational work ujAUII PALLI8 Ill l Prinlpal The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdcalgn the beat material and of per feet workmanship We carry pthelargest stock of Monuments Markers and KentuckyLetterIngNone better None chtaper WM ADAMS tSON Lexington Ky t We Still Have In Stock f A Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which prices we are offering at very low WIE Perkins ICrab Orchard Ky 1 C R McCormack Dealer in J GroceriesHardwareTinware Fresh meats and fish daily High Producer G R McCormack HustonvilleJo thursday And Friday Aug 18th 19thJ 1 w Only we will make these exceedingly Low Prices on Summer Goqds j 3 l2c 1Fast Colored Lawns us ually sold at 5c T 5c For Lawns that sold at lOc kRA E8z SON STANFORZ7 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL A STANFOIW Ky Am IK 1001 I RBMttMiimt that we have n Iarg of the tehoot book used in county Same books used lat will be used again for ibis year IupPI supplies of alt clod oar bo o t Pennys Drug Store Stanford PERSONALS MIBB ALICE Aucz Is III with mall rill fever loUSe PIIKDA MBIHR It back from i Louisville IREV R D MAHOSY was at Mt Friday Miss NKLLIK MUUAHY visited Dan t villa friends last week MRS W J Doieu returned to Lawronceburg Saturday Miss SUSAN FISIIEK WOODS it vis I iting friends In Richmond Mos VIC OWR S spent tome time with friends at Junction City MISSULMAN DIUOHT of Danville U with Mrs J W Uaugbmaa J V ARNOLD of Mlddleeboro wai 00 Fridays Southbound passenger MM WILLIAM MORKLAND of Lex legion Is with Mm W C Shanks DOHOtt OAimiBLL It visiting bll grandfather In Washington county f MIM LCCILE MBNBFRB and Mr George Menefee ore at Bitlll Springs MISS ANNA D DAKST has been vie lung Mill Sue North of the Weit End MRS U B McUoiiKKTS of Lanoai ter was the guest ot MM 11 J MoRob ecu MISS NELLIE DILUON of Laneas tor pilled through to Louisville Sat rday MISS CLARA COLUBR of Grab Or shard wan the guest of Miss Sue Deth James MR M D LEVY of Louisville wai here Saturday with his brother Mr S 1ILevyMRS OSCAU HUKPUAN and baby ot Danville are viitllng Mr John Meier t and family DR J U noon and wife have moved low their pretty new home on Kilt Main Street MilS W K SilUOARS of Salvlia U visiting her parent Mr and MM K P L Tanner at MoKtnney- MiBsnsltiARL GENTRY and Marl Portman spout several days with MM Thoinu Gentry In Boyle CRAB U NORTH of Lexington bai t been at home for a few days Hli friend JOlla Uaxolrlgg of Carlisle ac Qompanled him MRS J M SBWELL who has been i with her aarcnts Mr and MM E T Ponce left Saturday for her home at Independence Mo MRS D C SANDIUOE of Lynchburg Va who used to bo Mln Derda Mar 1 tin It visiting her parenti to Rookcai tie Mt Vernon Signal- UNDE1ITAIEIt1 C MCSLARY took the examination required ot embalmers while ho was attending tbo Funeral Directors Aiioolatlon In Loulivlllo I MISS S OETTIB AND HELEN THUR MOHU have returned front a visit to their elitcr at Somerset The former t begun hor school at Mt Xenla ycstcr day MESSRS JESSE ALVERSOKand Goo D Saufley of Stanford pasted through Born to thoen route to Eatlll Springs wife of Dr W W Bugln a One boy Richmond Register Tho mother was a Mlu Edmlton of the East End o MRS MARY J WKATHEKPOUD who weeks at Drip has been spending a few lping Spring patted through to her homo at Huitonvlllo Saturday quite sick She was accompanied by her I daughter Mrs D S Carpenter and Mrs Salllo Shlpman Mr George D Weatborford met them hero PROF R S ECBANK wife and son Warren Eubank moved to Huatonvllle f yesterday The protestor hue charge ot the graded school at that place and his wife will assist him as a teacher During the sojourn of this good family In Staoford they havo made many friends who give thorn up with ranch regret JULIAN B BOURNE one of the best attorneys of this city has known young gene for a three mouth3 t trip to Call tornla Mr Bourne has been engaged the West Virginia Gold Mining Companywhich has extensive hold loge in the West to look after their Interests In Southern California and It Is In their Interest that he makes the trlpLex Democrat 6 14C For 10 and 12 l2c Zeph yr GinghamslOc For Summer Vests that sold at 15c MRS B D CARTER visited relatives at MltcbellburlIlives at Lancaster HARRIS MCKBNZIE of the Maywood seotton Is very sick Miss SADIE STAQB will go to Ver sallles today to visit friend MR J N PARSONS of Ba soy ipent Sunday with bll mother here Miss MAUOAHKT HOOKER It lilting her grand parenta In Garrard Rx Gov BRADLEY of Louisville pasted through to Lancaster Sunday MR A W CARIBNTER left this morning to attend the Worlds Fair REV R B MAUONY and daughter Mitt Marie Mahony are In Louisville MR W L MCCARTY of Klngsvtlle took the train here yesterday for Jelll co Tenn Miss MARY E HARLAN the aIled mother of NJn M F Rout of Garrard Is very III MRS LUTHER Giuiis and daughter KlUsbcth of Garrard were guest of Mrs JC Bay MR AND MRS J A BEAZLEY of Lancaster visited the family of Mr W W Bays last week MHSSRS JOAII AND JAOOn RlQNBY of Casey are attending the G A R encampment at Boston MRS WILL SKVBKAVCB It In Shelby oounty at the bedside ol Mtts Virginia Plokett who Is very III MMSSKS A C CONNDTT and John Schneider of Cincinnati have been with Mr W H Traylor MISSBS GHOROIA DUNN ol Texas sod Mitt Fannie Phllllpi of Knoxvllle are guests of Miss Annie Dunn MBSDAMRS JOSRWIINB WIOOINTON and Mary ONeil Evans of Louisville are guests of Mrs A L Carter Mil 0 D POWELL and ion Robert of Lancaster were hero Sunday en route to California prospecting LITTLE CIIALLIS AND RDA SMITH who have been with MM Annie Mc Oiarr returned to Plat Lick Sunday MRS EVBROTT TllOMASON who has been the guest of Miss Ophelia Chan cellor returned to her home at Millers burg Saturday Miss GRACE W ROCUBSTBR will arrive from Arlington Tex to day to be the guest of Mill Bettlo Rocbetter and other relatives MISSIS TEVIB AND JOSEPHINE CAR PENTER are vliltlng the family of Mr D R Carpenter In Nashville Dr J G Carpenter accompanied them at lar- a Louisville MR J L BEAZLEY Is back from Louisville where he attended tho meeting of State undertakers and em burners While there ho pasted a per feat examination and secured license to practise embalming LOCALS LIBERTY FAIR Aug 17 18 10 Dont mill It- NEty fall good arriving dally at the Grand Leader GBOROE ANDBRSON a Negro living on Mr A W Carpenters farm died of consumption last week WIZEN you go tothe Brodbead fair be sure to stop at tho Albright Rote Splendid accommodations at very low rate 2t FOR SALE five room cottage on Whitley Avenue A bargain Sco O C Withers or L R Hughes for particulars LOST between Stanford and Halls Sap a black leather purse containing a pension chock for 824 a S5 bill and a sliver dollar Liberal reward This oHlco BEGINNING Aug 16 we will toll for 10 dsys our entire lIno of shoes at lots than cost price This U your chance dont miss It John P moos r I IN Judge W A Trlbblod Court Fri day HarveRIperton colored was fined 95 for drunkenness and his wife a elm liar amount for using abusive language toward Mr J B Greer ROIIUERY Thieves broko Into the torn of Mr H J McRoberts Sunday night and helped themselves to cloth ing hats shoes underwear etc to lobo amount of about KSO besides 8470 which was In tbe cash drawer En trance was effected by prizing the iron bars away from a rear window Tbe tools used were taken from J W Greore blacksmith shop Mr MoRob rte as yet has ne clue but will leave no stone unturned to catch the thieves a f yynY N MM BRODHEAD FAIR Aug 17 16 10 Be suro and go CHICAGO typewriter for sale Cheap for cash This ofJiao ICE cream frcectrs at cost to olose out Geo H Farris do Co BUY Gbaie S Sati born coffee from W IL Hlgglns for a choice drink T TilE Albright Hotel will sot an ele Iran dinner each day of the Brodbead Fair LAROE pearlbuttonworth 95c dozen at the Grand Leader for 10i a dozen LOOK at window display of Helnzs new preserves at W H Hlgglns Leave your order early HARVEY J DAles and William L Dawson have been appointed regulars and William P Darn and Miss Halite H Dawson substitute rural free delivery carrier at Stanford says a Washington dlipatcb J CARROLL BAILEY who had hi tiring of horses at the Harrodtburg Fair last week tolls us that large crowds attended each day and that tbo fair was a succecs In every way Mr Bailey got a number of ties on his bone STRA OR STOLBN One red steer two red heifers three owei one black and two white one black and ono white lamb People In tbo Hall Gap Holdams Mill and Ottenhelm sections will please be on the lookout for this task Fnd them and get reward Jar Plummer Crab Orchard Iy 2t I DR W D TAHDIK was reelected Grand Secretary of tbe United Broth ers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Too at the Grand Lodge meeting at Frankfort This Is an honor worthily bestowed Dr Tardlfhadrual1e- aa excellent Grand Secretary and It waf but right that bis official work be en dorsed COOKED ills MONEY John Wentle the clever Ottenhelm merchant In order to hide his money from probable thieves bid It In the baker nf his coot stove He forgot about It and next morning made a fire In the stove Four live dollar bill and several checks were turned black by the intense heat when he found bis wad A TRUE picture of poverty and desti tution was presented to our people a few days ago when a tired badly dretsed mau pulled a Hula cart through town followed by his wife with a baby In her arms and two small children by her side Thev had their all In the little cart and while tho husband borea care worn look his wife seemed cheerful and content with her lot POLIO COURT Judge Tribble was kept busy yetiirday morning trying a number of Negroes for various offenses fettle Blankentblp and Lena Bough man were fined 110 and Iii respectively for disorderly conduct Jeff Bryant was acquitted for pointing a pistol at an other Negro and the trials of Joe Hay Ion and Percy Stewart charged with robbing Bob Wbltleys house was postponed until today BAILMr NilIABal one of the very best citizens of the county died Saturday night after a protracted Ill tees caused by white swelling Sever al years ago ho was troubled with that disease In one of his legs and be was then advised by his doctors to have the limb amputated Ho declined to have the operation performed and after a tune became sufficiently Improved to use the member without great incon venience The trouble came back and In a severer form enveloping his whole system and his death Is the re sult A wife daughter and son aro left to mourn the loss of as good a hus band and father as over lived and great sympathy is felt for them In this their hour of trouble Mr Hall was tbo oldest son of Mr John M nail and like him was greatly beloved by those who knew him best A quiet law biding citizen ho will be misted In tho community and a pity It Is that he could not have lived longer and further helped bis fellow man by the splendid example beet He was 51 years old and the greater portion ot his life had been spent In this county Tbe burial took place in Buffalo cem etery at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon after services at the gravo by Dr Wm Shelton An Immense crowd was present to witness the last sad rites lOc Yard For any Fine Wash Goods that sold as high as 25c 5 l2cFor yard wide Brown Cot ton sells at 7 I2c JUST In ladles leather bolts In black tan and white the 25o kind at 12c Grand Leader TUB L S N jslll tell roundtrip tick etc to tbo Brodhcad fair Aug 17 18 10 good till 20 at 81 cents cWILL Thabuying public will be glad to know that tbe Grand Leader has decided to remain in Stan ford Mr S B Levy has bought a controlling Interest In the store and has added stacks ot goods to every line he carries McCOMMACic Mr John McCom mack aged about 70 years died at the home ot Mr Samuel Reid near Hustonvllle Sunday He had been In declining health for some time end his death was not unexpected His remains were laid to rest In the Huston vllle cemetry yesterday afternoon after a short eervlce- MARTINMr o I Thomas Martin aged 04 died at Rowland and was burled In the cemetery on Mrs OHalre plat Friday afternoon after services at his late home by Rev Fitzwater A wife and several children are left to mourn the lOll ota kind husband and father Bright disease caused Mr Martin death He professed religion during his Illness and expressed his willing nets to meet his maker Mr Martin was marshal of Rowland for years I WISH to say forthe Information of my Lincoln county friends and others On arriving at Union Station In St Louis take an 18tb street car North to Washington Avenue and transfer to Page Avenue car which rune out Washington lell the conductor to let you oft at Belt Walk two short blocks South to Maple and you will be within a few doors of my residence which ie 6128 Maple Avenue a quIet street One block from three lines of cars either ot which will land you at Fair entrance In five minutes I have one of the beet cooks in Danville and everything about tbe house well appointed Mrs J C Bogle I 1 MRS BUECKINKIDGB JONES KILLED Our people were fearfully shocked Saturday night when tbe news came that Mrs Brecklnrldgo Jones who was Miss Fannie Reid so well known and dearly beloved here bad been kill ed In a runaway accident A special from St Louis where she lived says Mrs Brecklnrldge Jones aged 44 and wife of the millionaire vice president of the Mississippi Valley Trust Com pany died about S oclock Saturday night from Injuries received in a runes way at the Worlds Fair A carriage containing Mr and Mrs Jones their two daughters aged 10 and 12 and the coachman was turning a sharp corner near the Boer War encampment when the coupling pin snapped throwing the driver to the ground Mr Jones quick ly jumped out to get the reins but the horses becoming frightened galloped madly away across the field over the Intramural railroad tracks and then ob liquely down an incline finally over turning the carriage tquarely upon Mrs Jones The children escaped with slight bruises Mrs Jones and her laughter were taken to the Doer War camp where they received medical at tention Tbe dispatch Is In error when It speaks of the two little daughters One was a daughter and the other a niece Ilttlo Miss Mary Elizabeth Mo Kinney daughter of Mrs Bessie Mo Kinney of this place who was visiting there Tbe burial took place In St Louts at3 oclock yesterday afternoon Mrs John B Foster Dr Such Reid and Mr James C Reid sister and brothers of the deceased left hero Sun day to be present at the funeral cere monies Break Jones Jr a son was visiting relatives here when tbe sad sews came and be was almost crushed by tho loss of his excellent mother Great sympathy Is felt here for tbe boo coved family FOR SALEIv A email bluecrass farm new house with ieven room all necessary outbuildings nice young orchard The farm li In a high state of cultivation Situated near Hedge Mlle Doyle county Ky For particulars add res or call on J A RIce oIarkabury or B E Rice Danville Ky To Wheat Raisers I We will store In our warehouse and elevator also handle and take toper care of your wheat FREE OF OJJAUOE until Dec tl001 We further agree to pay for the same the price delivered F 0 II at More land Station from the commission mer chants of Cincinnati O D M Lirra BON lluitonvllle t The Remnant Counter will also have some new attractions on it Dont miss this opportunity as it is the last sale on l i these goods this season 1 See Our Line of I Suit CasesIft CUMflINS MCLARY J loin Season The time has come when Summer goods must go Our first lines to be sold will be our entire stock of Straw Hats and Ladies and Chil drens Slippers and Boys Low Cut Shoes None of these goods will be sold for more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price is CASH 1 ii H J McROBBRTS 1I Stanford Kentucky The Casey County Fair if LIBERTY KY t n August 173 Days Meet your friends at the Liberty Fnirtho11 all be there Show rings for nil classes of Stock Trotting Racal Paojiu KaoGSi Ruuniug Kacefl Inch tiny Go and toll your friouda to goci J C COULTER President CHAS F MONTGOMERY Secy IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best 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 JGEOROE H FARRIS a CQO Stanford Kentucky 1 J- I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n the pat o9iee at Stanford at tllnlcred Matter Uah i Ad3Txldiwoj j 1 PER YEARATICASH dayWhin not sopaHssaOO will bchan4 i I jKMDXYI DIVISION I l04pm I M M2SOalDo2Sr u South M12 am i ron u a pm- I LIVERY STABLEa- WITOSBJtSDNPron Iiis CITY KY0 J FlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Trawling Men L and Rap For Sale 10J H BOONE ft CO IProprietorsSTflBLE f Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Also Dealers In on us on Depot Street tCallT Jesse W Sweeney I traOpalEToRSalo Staticl i Livory Lancaster KyIi 1 Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates d Qatl TragloftI DXAMR 15 Wftlsku Brandu Wines Beer GInars Etc U IOarpntr House I 01011 STANFORD Ky1 I Prompt Nothlnz but nJponhoattentione e to dunk leC s- lItroopt attention i I TO HOUSEKEEPERS maynoednewcarpets mattings oil IYoarugs tacks poles pictures frames screens passe partotat doors glass tables chain safe wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets amps chiffon lon folding beds washing machines wring era wall paper carret paper trunks tale f copes carriage house paint curtain J stretchers carpet stretchers etc FURNITURE BROS DEALERS jPRUITTCONNECTION KY LUTES BOONE G CO Real Estato Agents LitStanfordwishing to buy Kentucky or sell farms see us We have a number and adjoining county farms be pleased to show anyone lc rwhatwe have If you to sell place = 1 It In our hands Office at Boone r IStable Stanford Ky I lipenttinsurance Solicits a of the property owners In the Wr counties of l ncoln and l be seeking In r C p LightningI f Stanford r Kentucky d H HEALTHI bepflengthfalways ready to make a person well I IllBecause jAUFBIIAIAJack great medicine a thofates the torpid liver and weak ened kidn- eysNoj DOCTORi- sI j necessary in the home where f iskeptcountry mills from an physi healthforThedfordsBlackDraught ness dyspepsia colds chills and hll1dachesdiarrl1QJ3 ailmentbecause ConIi THEDFORDS 6LACt DRAUGHT 4 P HARVEY HELM Of SUnf rJ If a canJUit for Congress In this the Eighth Jlstrkt svfefcct to the action of the demo critic party HOM D L MOORE- of Mercer county I t a candidate 0tirtsubEighth district to succeed Hon ct to the action of the Democratic patty Your sup l earnestly solicited Q Q GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate far Congress sebjeet to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is a candidate frJuJf of the Lincoln County Court subject to the actlea of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR ll a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lthe action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD Is a canaldat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Io Ibe action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR ubJeettoJESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to lIIe action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS subjectteDINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer of Uoetln county sabject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS s a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the liBocratlc party W I HERRIN It a candidate for JaRer subject to the action of the leaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of CubHc Schools d Uncoln County subject to the action of the demo Critic party MISS KATE BOGLE Ia candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is candidate for reelection for Superintendent of Put Schools of Lincoln county subject to the ac tlon of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the seder of the democratic party i GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN ceuatyubJICI EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of me democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln aunty sub Jecuo the action of the democrat party E D KENNE Y IIs a candidate for Assessor el Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county ttorney of Lincoln county subject to Ue action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for 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 the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hairpromotesNT r Pall to Union Dray Colorcurepdtcandmtner Drurf J Lr Beazley F Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALOD2ALNxelw FurnitureMattingeIluwsThey kinds a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G MCGbMYEMBALMER And Dealoar In HARNESS SADDL1BY t Stanford Ky OTTENHEIM Jarley Adami has moved back to his old etamplnp ground Wm Colllni and James Hunt are drilling a well for F L Davis Eld John Long begun a protracted meeting at Pine Grove church Sunday nightRev John Pence closed a few days meeting at Pine Grove with a good deal of interest manifested Wm Shaw has bought the John Harris property and will take posses lion In the near future Wm Dye hones Is preparing to move his saw mill over on Cedar Creek near Lewis Whltts Mrs Rate James wife of Ephralm James died of consumption She had been a devoted Christian woman and death was no terror to her as she said she was anxious to go She leaves a Husband two sons and four daughter to mourn her lou Eld J G Livingston preached the funeral Wm McKinney aged 29 a clever and useful young man of this community died a few days ago He had been sick for several months and his death was expected although U was a shock to the family as he seemed much bet ter the day before he died Ho pro esied religion during his sickness and said be was willing and ready to go KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH Hyomel Goes to the Root of the Disease and Makes Astonishing t Cures Catarrh cannot be cured by the uto of pills liquid medicines and socalled Item tonics Under such treatment the germs of the disease will still live in the air passages and increase and multiply IIyomet is the only scientific and thor ough way to cute catarrh Killing the germs in the air passages It enters the blood with the oxygen destroys the microbes In the blood and effectually drives from the system alt traces of catarrhal potion Probably the strongest evidence tbat can bo offered as to the powers of Ilyo mel to cute catarrh Is the fact that Penny will agree to refund the money if you say Hyomfl has not cured you The complete Hyomei outfit costs but I II and consists of an Inhaler that can be carried In tbe vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The Inhaler lute n lifetime and If one bottle does not cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cent r Elijah Dowie rescued three women from a watery grave near White Ball Mich The women were saillcg unat tended In a atch belon lng to George McDonald of Chicago when In the middle of the lake a heavy pup of wind capsized their boat Dole saw the accident from the plszza of Ben Mc Dhul his summer home and with his son Gladstone Dowie ran to his launch and went through the heavy waves to the reecup 112 65 to Michigan and return Wed needay Aue 17th The Southern railway 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 Huneerford district passenger agent Louisville Ky Kenneth Mooring of Algeria whose sevenyearold son Isaac died In Park ereburp W Va two months ago from eating poisoned Ice cream has had the boys body placed In a glass casket Oil ed wIth alcohol The latter has pro served tbe body while the glass casket enables the parents to see the features of their son at any tlmo To tbo Worlds Pair via Queen dt Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W O Rlnrarson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington KyThe body of Mrs R L Mitchell was found In tbe woods near Guthrlo with the left jugular vein almost severed There was no evldecce of a struggle but there was a slight bruise on each arm fT Julius H and Junlus N Benbam ol Bridgeport Conn probably tbo old set twins In tbe Uulted States have just celebrated the 87th anniversary of their blrtb I find nothing better for liverderange mont and constipation than Chamber Iains 8iom ch and Liver Tablets L F Andrew Des Moines Iowa For sale by all druggists Lexington has extended a general In vitation to tbe Confederate veterans of Kentucky to bo present at the reunion In that city September 8 9 In a wreck on the Tennessee Central rallraad at Silver Point Tenn one man was killed outright and 40 persons wore severely injured r FOR RENTThe little stororoom on Lancaster Street next doorto IN TERion JOURNAL entrance W P j Walton Lexington KyIt SEED FOR SALE I Dlue Orait Seed And Seed Rye for sale L 0 Dunn Mt Salem Ky Produce Wanted I Will you the bet market price for eggs hens hides feathers lunk etc Call and be convinced at H B orthClottl Btnnford Ky LUMBER WANTED 1 I want to buy stave spokes headings lumber logs etc Will pay highest cash price nt Moroland D II O eyton Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanfordw Kentucky Residence Phone 133 Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only 18 I use the bet ef paints and rarnlskei and guarantee my work to be drat olneu Call at shop on Somerset itreet and see specimen of my work- House painting and pllOr hinging cheaply and sathtactorliy done J J UMBRELLAS IIIfix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lets money Give me a PRANK ATKIH Stanford LAND FOR SALE As agentI heirs of Harry Kngle man will on Monday Sept t- IDe county court daysell nt public outcry In front of the court house In Stan ford a tract of 90 acres of land on Hawk Ins Brunch In Lincoln county J B PAXTON BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Raving decided to quit the buggy business I will sell for the next 60 dayat cost for cash a car load of Haggle Surreys Phaetons and Backboards also a lot of Harness They are all the latest style and I beat make Part of the vehicles are rubber tired Come to tee me and get a bar gain at once before ther are all gone OtRTIS GOER OrabOrchard ICy RaA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office In Myers rouse Parlor Phone 01 Only 100 Daily Sun- dryDemocrat For Three Months 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 WALTON Lexington Ky The Interior Journal will gladly take orders for this great offerbut the CASH must inva riably accompany the order H The Brodhead fair BRODHEAD KY Aug 17 18 19 Go anil toll your friends to bo 1Tf fww7rwrthorn Rings for and exciting races each tiny Write for catalogue R L COLLIEFUSec llrodlioau ky LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK W8OOOO Directors J B Paitoo J B B II Shanks W O Walker Coo W Carter j B Poster L 0 Oooali W II Cum mine W M Bright It L w h hanks The Baccetsort to Farmer Dank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years tqa SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000i This Institution warn originally established as the Deposit Dank of In ISIS then reorganised aa the National Dank of Stanford In IBM and again reorganlled as the First National Haik of Stanford In 188J having bad practically an unlnter ruptea ulltenee It It better supplied now with facilities for transaet Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its bag honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited 1 Central Kentucky 9 Real Estate Exchange I Title Company StanfordNote4o urN 01 unlMproT lent In Irue coentrMe IHMll s from S buU Station on Iron lootawm reoate Wilt Mil or elcbaige tr- IrortJ la Jacolaconatt No tlmall frat XT asses Smile from Stan font IIoQMot fourfooj room beet porch mod 1 rand flood Urn aD other betiding In Iw1I tensed e urN L- ieulUtatlooonesereln fruit tree r- Ueulbtt I eoamlMloxr eels at balaJ ee 0 be Mid st bargain Cloes to school sod hvrb I Prtw Wi per Mr Land sJjolmcf sold fortM sad 114 This le a bargain No 41 WscrwcooJUoJ Twr I mote bHIeta tysiAplul grulIlatltarDteredd la Lion FtlwlJ000- Ke 41S room dellI collie sal II scmUad Jeerfatltwellandpdo4Feodnl and doM to town Will mil soull Urally No 04IMO mere l mel und llntxr Isnd Iota d la Terry wontr XyD Oral Vise Crock s UllMUTf of lb North Fork of Krataeky rirr urTlnorcolTsrilnf In thickness tram e4 feet to six ft IUyr navigable to the month ol sboT trrek A nlliMd U n IUllo thrt milee of sail property the timber tontUts ol okl flu pttfecL Will sell or atehsogen- guy urea No e A nice two story rijht room frame dwellloc In BUnfarf HM two bulls food r tlrwith eonertt goer good tuda well klUbtn afCYO esMu on Mse which rent far Viper month Tb dllar reallllr IU per month TIll IIerty U la food repair sad co be bought Mr Its a N UKa M 57 attM splendid UirgriH laid la Uecelacownly Twa missy s now sine rnMnw m tesaot hoaM bun roolll for oar 1M head M stack sat all nibtr neotMiry lhiilMlaf all I- DcInlr Chse M hrell cbool pet toe rstlree l1OOo1 d 4M seep la nlMotUD rwllttinuosxIlliiiUrte TbkNao deal ooanlrfr home sash l coo a on inse- tcalseetc Well watered will II never IaiilD pdngSte tlwaresonab- oNoe7Nleeetuge 7 acne tall within lST suite ol Stanford In mod repair ffodoj geed rertutlDl well sod good cellar loot ban Nlsmoke IaseAe VoUBf errbard and lao via yard leodM4 Unit IIIr4n prodiire to atp lyth town VtlrIwe No M sera otlOO on Mlle from Soseeve- tKyewttnrvengeWs buy use In collies lion 40 acres taUtK In limber Owrtl tot wnlaln seven room Large barn and all nee cturr outbuUdmgs Feneaea alIMoIIdIDcln pIn did repair Well watered Price 810- 0NolaIto eerie of land In Ford 1011 nt Kai six mile from railroad ends tnlle from Litmus river eYlIII a resof land li river botiem Is Bntcli slandaidtognus Ibis land la for call atrTbmbulldlop each bouM barn etc shoot tb cooler or 100 uree All on county road H mil from church school and f Lays will and well watered This Is a good tobaeeo and would suit two or thre families that might want to come from tb sau neighborhood Pike reasonable No Twoatory frame dwelling of six rooms two hall Tiranda e will at door and all other neoMiarr sutbulidlnm Also large Maek mlth shop IOdO mad shalt lull length of shop and 10 feel wide This properly will be sold at a Tery low rlt No 7A farm of IItnflo four miles from ftan ford on beet In the county well watered reaOlalrKOO dwelling front pit all neawur- outbuilding A plal11 blue gram farm lid only- 20Mlnutcedrlvefmmtountysemt Owner of One arm adtolnlng tbt has reraatly refused til Pe- rUre WeotL rtblstW7iNo b Fifty acne rear Mat Point Ky Frame house rooms and porch Barn and other outbuildings Slettn cultivation mt In Um bar Weft watered sou yards from poufflcacbaol aandashureblrllayswell on plk mutt In com I No I House and lot In Etanfordflv ronmthall porch In the tear garden good neighborhood close to church mod school Lined for small tam ily Jrtc S0 No aUOUM and lot In Stanford House eon aloe Ere rooms food stable and S semi of laud will fenced oofpreuleat building lois In town room enough In front fey two other cottages or a S story front could la built to the cottage and be mile beautiful home Will be sold cheap ulhe owner must hay money Nol2DwelllngofiU roomthili aol porch- nteressiry large two story store room 22x60 feet lower room supplied with counters shelves etc Water In storeroom she cistern and well en place Small lot back of store Vnmllefrom Htanford Uulldlngs In gna1repair ant dwelling originally coat 1000 soil store over 1124111 Will for Isso or will rent or tell separatelr No 1JZM are farm 3 mile of Crib Orchard Ky Ilrlck dwelling S rooms two tenant bouws two bun wellad spring near dwelling Faun In high date ol cultivation 150 acre river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price 15750 an arc No 15 Two story urn room frame dwelling veranda etc tlD story storeroom 20x60 two blacksmith ahole tenant houte stall till and ware house Every building new and fencing In llustonrlIIAKyat n athouseorpriceaaddlestbesonenamed see rotary No Tt A stock of goods for sale This Is the belt buIncasstand sod the nicest ami matt carefully selected stock ol goods In Central Ken lucky A anlandld trade In Lincoln and adjoining counties We will sell this for cost and carriage sod if you want togolnbuiln ss you eannot Hud a nicer stock beurJor idler trade In this particular 110 cities nice farm at HIgAland Ky well Improv ed well watered etc Prke lion 74 eacres of land on Jamestown rod south of Dunnvllle 10 acres In cultivation about 75 acres In tlinter and rest In crass A Urge new frame dwell Init also an oU dwelling on place A new barn mad two olJ lIes Ills well watered end the fencing Is rood On puNic rod Price ttfoo No Foaratreoflandands a nice one storyi daroom frame dwelling In McKlnney water works In kitchen mud family room coat barn J t1 0fIcersIB a SI1ANKB President J B OWSLEY Cashier W U RIGHT Asit Cashier t Offlosrs I J B BOOKER Prett ST HARIIIH V1res JJMoROBEUTBChr WH WEAKENAutChr a Directors F Reid Danville S T Karri Stanford J S Becker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney U D Elmer 8U Baugbman Stanford T P Hill Stanfnrd Jas Ilobtnsoa Hubble J II Bavcbman Stanford J 1 lena Stanford Ed Outer Stanford Ky antnemaary Mtkvlkdloxs ilaee well feared and In good repair HOWM iinC seat MM aol ts teem thly cow and we oney ask 780 tor the whole propty He MFara of III urlu Casey county Two otbrIlaQdathlingoodcoouHDlty A bargain al 55w- NoST mrmfllasene la firv meaty Anew two atry I tons fries dwelling sod ad dwrillag ia Ulr e 4llta llarni sod other net LandIweltwateredDaa Farnef Ma rt3Vi milnirom Stan tonla ealy road M aeree n cultivation MYea- III pasture 1 good orchard mod reel la Umber Twe snail COtqIo good Urn and outbuilding well watered sod Lancing fairly good Tare can be ladlaopoIIWJDnbullDllla1and buildings la rml repair PrudiKtlr Hou ston land lo nod ifhborbood sloe to school andongood IrlnlKK KyOngood barn and other outbuildings Wily sere U ealllvailon U sires In tlaber C tne eta Lys wl on toualy red to ehurebe stboolete niMenlyHM No It Sgt tree of tall neat Crab Orahard cheapNo4 and twstory frame IKMH ta PM Haiclln eMary out smWUgj Is weal walwedr AR MMtee aJ flIr straal is a deNak M Pik llMN eTaaodwiehatf acres of lead tike two stay seveo room hmate liwesUB Saws rawa w by r aWII raw i ky to Olsea moss Mat to star if ky Boca sad HaclmaMh IMp if by three mee suits wjnM base 14 by w vaat It booth for tale swthm TeneeMeM Mar M by M lee rooms Wen hoot to by u alto as eia WU Large stock of eeneMl nefcKaadls Alt of Ibleeoeny Is m Aasel Putatkl caMty ICy and CII be bwgbt at e karrtlsjN FarmriMacres Bear lrlbad Nke cottage tenant 5see 1 bars el limiting lad feoetag In roool condHeo is era la eull1Y1tiea wellwabmU Will sell fcrllJUO or excbang fer properly la IJooeln county 6 No 4Twester Iraaedwelling 7 rooms hall sod veranda MOO garden fearing and house la g od repair For Ml e or rat Via reuoaaUe No MoPrlllot Igo sense sltuateJ near Kings vllle Ky M sere IB mltlvalloo W la timberrrst ta gru well watered two lOOt repair lYwdlIagreanonuv ly new la within yards of three rburcbca school pateal sod R B depot Property itse on Pike and county road mud li th taut dealrabl lana In that section Wa will sell the wholo farm tor n 400 or la parrots ef not less than 10 acre to suit purchaser This Is certainly cheap property IIlIlIfSteDrd b IB la one of the most ilctrabl4iouse In town Price reasonable No it Dwillngof4 rooms with M sere land In Mordaod Uood bars and neceuary outbuild lag t wells In yard splendid orchard and t acres In ISMNior excbang lit all necessary Improvomenls well watered Ac Will ba sold at a bargain pertleulocbange1 TltlOo WJGHrKyeelala fair condition aohsrth alle oil pdk watered by never tailing Spring Price ISM No 3eIlowesad Seeurmof land la lleKln Iney K y NeeeMary oui buildings Fencing good easyterinaNo 770 acre of good land six rooms two dory dwelling well watered good tenting Ie u the suburb of the city ol Slanlbrd Ittt to Uraded- Khool tIllS hunches Ikls U a ileiirabl home Prlc reasonahl No 370 roots frame cottage and on acre o land In Klngivllle Ky l erg barn smoke house repairPrlcNo iOTGO urN of land two story front tot t tage seven rooms hall etc lour li new a goodtcanto and splendid orchard ol 1 acna gool two ataole buggyrhousesmuly house tie good well on pINt there Is also a good mill oa the place a g trusb la milt It h run by nat4 ural pover which isagreat economy and the dam 1s In good repair Will sell the property st alaor iMueltfigure 8OA Lam of ISO acne rime dwetllnt four rom go l stock tarn and all necessary out buildings tearing good well watered cut In gee Heidi 99 acre In cultlvatlan realm n blue grass lass than half toils iron lurvplk W offer this place for only fw per aces No 26 Frame hotel large room double reran dai hallway Lie A large 2 tory storeroom fronting street SO leet from hotel up stair suita ble fordwe lag 2 nice cotUgc ulcely furnished and painted 4 room and veranda each A r papered on same dot used u liver loondgarden Vscantlotaijoiulng3 fed front II 200- feet deer All of this property is In London Ky and Is a chance for some one to mate money Poprielor has refused to rent rertr for 150 per month account ofiiihcaithofhiwife reason for selling proprietor desires to achlnl- tor I farm In Lincoln county No 4I4M acres near Jumbo 200 acre In cultl IMvation rot In timber elm dwellings on place are ofthem new two tobKO barns and large stork barn blacksmith Young orchard tiresome ruo through ftaceOn county road and 300 ardafrom n n school church and In good ntlgbburhood Will sell or exchange at reasonable tigurea No 7IA nice four room cottage water In p kitchen A good burn coal house tic and a good garden rice 1600 No ILA small farm of 78 acre of good land i located ease to town Price JS240 No v6louse and lot In Dartttnwn house has j 9 rooms lull and nice verandal Coal cistern lrge7ibarn ant all necessary oulbulJIngs Every thing In toad repair Price hQ