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IL v + wf +F IRMAFnPeYM h i raa i qs w w i7 a t- SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 11JVOL XXX1IrSTANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1904 SAM NO 50N CANTRILLtIn this District Letter from the Cicero of the r Mountains clrlculjury word oven better than laet court j lad they couldnt bo beaten BxUor Bradley my old soboolmite U here and we hall probably break laoaei Bgklnsi eaoQ other ihlold In a murder cue on docket It U set for next week Several say theywill ooine miles to i bear the speeches Of eaurse I tin not at all apprehensive M I have met Cot Dill whole my beau Ideal a an orator He who tae survived an en ilLr counter with Col BUI need fear no other gladiator that ever hacked swords on the forum I am topping at the Hamilton Hotel the Delmonleo of Kentucky I was extolling the house to some Lincoln county moo and they said they would go and ue at my ex pense wbloh they did I taw Mr Uaiolden ef Qarrard this t m orDins Do told me that Helm was getting stronger every day at RrynnU r tllle whero ho lives De said be was going to bo for me next Ume Da did not know Mr Helra was oil the track r then early this morning Many peo pIe here when they heard U later In the day refuiod to bellevo U and Woods Walker would not tilt bo saw i ftheINTERIOR JOURNAL and you know ono disputes anything In Hi col umoi Wall Tuesday next SSrd there U to bo a great trial at Gum Sulphur La dlei Invited and candidates will be there Ice cream cake oda pop lemonade and other sots drinks aod substantial refreshments An old veteran li to be tried I Intend to commence at the great panic of Bull Run and alone at Appomattox I spoke about 1 39 minutes on a motion In the caio at Brad bead tail Saturday and when tbo oneIbear because ho thought that was the great oil compliment he oould bestow If the republlcani would agree not b to run any one for Con reu I oould go In by 7000 majority I could get 6000 democrats that counts 10000 and the majority In the district U only 3000 That would bo no stranger than 1000 000 going over to 00000 at Si Louie When all appear to be selling out for 1 ono consideration and another a man who has shut hlmeolf in the temple of learning for four decades bad as wall receive his crown of glory now as anytime or as to take the chances In 1000 Let all attend the trial at Gum Sul phur FONTAINE Fox BOHIUTT End of Bitter Fight Two physicians lead a long and stub p born fiRM with an abceas on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Pu Pont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time head come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion Tbo benefit I received was striking and 1 wm on my feet In a few days h Now Ive entirely regained my health I It conquers all Cough Colds and Th oat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Pen neys Drug Store Price OOc and 100 Trial bottles free Mill Nell Clark of Christian county attempted suicide by swallowing cor rosive sublimate because she was ass rested on the charge of forging checks f to the amount of 1580 w Out Of Adjectives E H Children associate editor of the Wayne County Frcus at Falrtield III attempt to express his Impressions of the World fair In the following lIowerlaollualleA of the Press has been down to St Louis and returned any after much meditation ou the Worlds Fair has discovered that the following the choicest Eogllsh word from the standard lexicon only partially begin to describe the big exposition Mtfroittcent aiioubdlng grand In describable matcbleis gorgeous sublime transcendent peerless amazing muting stunning astonishing won derful pleasing magical ingenlour resplendent mystifying curious ad mirable strange plo urelque superb woodtrou surprises inexplicable Incredible lotliable unutterable un qxplalnable prodigious tiupenduout noble portly stately bar mOil Iou ed ucative pbllttnibroplo brlillaotqualnt mystic shining iparklingpotieer ar tlstle aestbetlu dainty enaste ela sl oat ornate exoollent uullurlan bn Qcent attractive Instruotlve seemly kbap lv mmetrloal delicate tail comely elegant graceful lovelv beau tiful radiant Illustrious pleaiureable charming admirable fascinating ma jestic captivating bewitching be wildering thrilling and unique It d Kentucky Conference Hv Dr W E Arnold of the Ken tucky Conference make this report There are more than 125000 white MelhodUU In the State of Kentucky Of these there are 26000 In tbo M E Church and over 100000 In the M E Church South The Kentucky Confer once covers about onethird of the State and represents a membership of about 30000 with 113 Itinerant and 80 local preachers There are 309 con re gations with church property valued al nearly 11000000 The coming unIon will convene Aug 31 Bishop A Coke Smith will preside This will be Bishop Smiths first vlsi to the Kentucky Conference Those who know him are rejoloed that bo Is coming Wo will give him a roy al welcome A One preacher a walt attractive lovable and loving man We expect under his presidency a delight ful session an occasion of great profit spiritually and socially Tbo conference will this year try anew method of making reports Last session a conferencocnihler was elect ed Shortly before we meet In Lox legion be will mall to each pastor the blanks upon which all reports are to bo made Lexington Democrat Violent Attack of Diarrhoea cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a life saved- A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died If I bad not gotten reo lief says John J Patton a leading cit iron of IMtton Ala A friend recom mended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a 25o bottle and alter taking three doses of It was entirely cured I consider It the best Remedy In the world for bowel com plaints For sate by all druggists It NEWS NOTES The salmon pack In BritlabColbmble Is said to bo practically a failure I Great damage wee done bv a storm In toe country around Maysvllle Twentyfive thousand 0 A R vet erans were In the parade at Boston Five persons were badly Injured In a3 automobile smash at Kansas City MoCol Preutlss lograbam of Chicago who had written over 1000 novels U deadForest Ores are beyond control In the Cascade mountain Great damage has been done Mrs Ben Saunders of Louisville died al the bome of her sister In Mer oar county Clarence De Ryder a cyclist was killed while attempting to loop the loop at Salt Lake City Utah A ion of William Stockdell of Scott county fell Into a kettle of boiling water sad was scalded to death Lafayette W Jones a wealthy far mar near Plallnburg Mo wee kboi and killed by bis 15 yearold son Every union man and woman In the country three million In all will be asked to help the Chicago meat sink ers hour members of the family of B A Dawllng near Perth Oltla wore burn ed to death in a tire which destroyed tbelr home The trouble with Turkey having been satisfactorily adjusted the American European squadron has left Smyrna for Gtbralter In a battle between German troops and Hereros In German Southwest Africa the onlivea were defeated with heavy losses Jape around Port Arthur have made a formal demand for the surrender of the city Promise is made for the ute removal of all noncombatants O W Thompson jailer of Robertson countywas shot and killed by Thomas D Maybrler who was speeded away to Mayivllle for safekeeping- W H Taft Secretary of War says he will recommend to Congress at the next session four more army sites and will Include West Point In the lot A post mortem examination of WII liam Kress of Fort Wayne Ind showed that be had In his stomach 10 32 caliber cartridges four carpet tacks and a needle At Statesboro Ga two Negroes were burned al the stake for murder log a family and burning tbelr bodies The Negroes were taken to the scene of tbelr crime and tbelr clothing was saturated with oil and set on fire The mob relieved the militia of rifles PAINT LICK Smith ftogleman sold to A B Es trldgo a lot of shoats at 1160 Mr Stanley Brock of Owen county has a position In the bank here A good many of our people are attending court at Lancaster this week Rev Boson of Lexington preached at Ml Tabor Sunday morning and eve ning Mrs Minnie Jennings and daughter have returned from a vlsliio her broth er John Ruoker at Richmond Joe Hall and Bynum Poynter threw rocks Into Mrs Sebastlne house strik log her In the eye and bruUlng her face considerably Miss AllleTrlbble will give a box supper at Now Hope school house on the evening of the 27th for the benefit of a library for her school The members of the Christian church will organize a Sunday school Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock They will meet for the present at Fishs Hall MM Rebecca Pitman of Ft Worth Texas 1s the guest of her sister Mrs Pattle Eo leman Mesdames Eliza Tudor of Flat Woods Jennie Edmon ton of Louisville and W H Cummins of Preachersvllle were the guests of Mrs C Shumate this week Miss Maggie Francis of Corbln Is visiting her parent Mr and Mrs Jas Francis Mrs Annie Burton of Cale spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Bet tie Grlggi Mr C Shumate who has been sick for some time continued quite feeble MM John Terry and daughters are visiting relatlvesln Lex ington Cholera Infantum This disease has lost ill terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diar rhoea llemedy came into general use The uniform success which attends the me of this remedy In all cases of bowel complaints in children has made it a fa vorite wherever its value has becomo known For sale by all druggists Auditor Hagor has addressed a letter to Attorney General Hays asking his opinion on tbo constitutionality of the approprlatlog ral and Mechanical College for the II quidation of its present Indebtedness Thomas Allen and Miss Gertrude Roop of the Qartersvllle section of Garrard eloped to Jelllco Wednesday night and were married w MATRIMONIAL Dr Lewis P Tuttle and Miss Emma Ramsey both of Montlcello wore uni ted In marriage at the brides borne George Johnson and Miss Jennie Hughes both of the West End were joined heart and band yesterday It leaked out herd that Ben Barker and Miss Lanle Rogers a well known young couple of this city had been secretly married May 22 at Stanford while they were on their way to Mt Hebron The young couple purposed to keep the marriage a secret for a year but by some way It leaked out AdvocateIR S Brumflold of Cincinnati and Mies Lula E Reynolds of Moreland ware married In Severance ds Sons store at noon Wednesday by Rev J W Hagfn A dozen or so of the cue Lemma witnessed the ceremony The groom Is a successful young business mat of the Queen City and his bride is the handsome and accomplished daughter of Mr J H Reynolds one of the West Ends substantial farmers After a short stay at the bride pa rsoti Mr and Mn Brurafield will go to Cincinnati and reside Sterling B Curtis and Miss Byrd Pe ter both of tbe Walnut Flat section drove to Danville Wedooiday and were nude husband and wife The groom U a son of Mr William Curtly and Is a sober Industrious moral young man The bride who has made her home with Mrs J H Tucker is a charming young woman and Is as pretty as she Is popular The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends the happy pair Its best wishes and hopes for them a long and useful married life The following friends ac companied the bridal party Richard Pettus Mlta Dora DeBord Thomas Watson Miss Ltllle Garner William Chancellor Miss Isabel Ross Morgan Bnazlev Miss Lou Robinson After a beautiful marriage ceremony Mr and Mrs Curtly and friends par took of a de lightful repast at the Gllcber Hotel HIGHLAND The recent shower have somewhat enlivened vegetation- J G Baugb and D R Adams are putting In good time getting out rock for the pike E E Young sold to J S Young one tbreemoothiold calf for IS and to I Mrs Lou Smith one bay mare for 190 Miss Fannie Young Is teaching school on Carpenters Creek near Hustonvllio Mr Tim Hutchison has returned from his trip to Illinois Mr E E Young and family and R G Long left last Tuesday for Adams county Nebraska to make It tbelr future home They were accompanied by Mr and Mr E G Baugh and little daughter Muriel who go to visit their relatives In tbo same county The friends of Mr Young regret to see him leave his old Kentucky home Mr W G Acton and Mrs Maggie Cook were visiting relatives near Woodstock B P Youog who has been confined to his room for a year Is now visiting his daughter Mrs James Light In LouUvllle Fred Morebead of Somerset was here this week Inspecting the A T S T lines of which he Is over seer from Stanford to Somerset He was accompanied by his beautiful wife to whom ho was recently married Misses Emma and Rosa Meier of Louisville Mr and Mrs John Meier and sister Miss Freda Freda Mr and Mrs Oscar Huffman of Danville and Jake and Emil Meier of Somerset were all at home Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs John Meier Sr Miss Mar garet McIntosh of Louisville is visit log friends hero Green Baugb and family of near Eubank are visiting Logon Bryant M J Brougb of Sal ence Hill attended E E Youngs sale Saturday Dallev Hutchison after sev eral months absence In Illinois has re turnAd to his home here Jos Smith of Maywood was here on business this week I I Sick Headache- For several years my wife was trou bled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe character She doctored with several eminent physic ians and at a great expense only to grow Worse until she was unable to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach IoDd Liver Tablets and to today weigh more than she ever did before and is real well says Mr Goo E Wright of New London Now York For solo by all druggists I Eleven members of the Eleventh die trlct republican committee Including Chairman Byrley met at Mlddlesboro I Wednesday and certified to the nomi nation of Dr Hunter for Congress Ig noring a restraining order issued by Judge Faulkner against eucb action The claim was mude that the order wi a not lawfully served Edwards says the action of the committee Is an outrage and ho will contest It I Bon George F Lounsberry former governor of Connecticut is dead SIOKOOTFor i ji suits goods 1 that sold for 814 818 and 820 SIX DOLLARS I For your choice of nny of our 8860 or 1000 suits There are a good many weeks of hot weather ahead and you can afford to wear a new suit at these prices t o miLLER Danville KB THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drillh As an evidence of the superiority of the Supe rior Drill there aremore of them in uso in this county than nil tho others together Nothing in ferior a imitated If your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you getjready to uso it Oliver Chilled Flows Disc Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Pumps T Pumps I am n pump man allover and I sell the Pumpingest Pumps that over WItS 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 840 and from 2 to 200 feet deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS needs no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP is So easy to fix You can replace the valves without removing Pump from well withnothing but n monkey wrench Roofing i Guttering and Pump work done on short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky Tlje Straightest RoadI- s I The Shortest Road 1 If you want pure drugs come to us FIRST 1 We understand what purity is and how es 1 sohtial it is in our business We dont toler I ate adulterations or makeshifts The desirefto have our goods pure and tho knowledge to 1 guide us in selecting them frees you from all risk to sell themfr Dr W N Stanford Craig PharmacistII GO TO i W B McRoberts r 1 II LAN DRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGIST STANFORD FOR LANDRETHSII WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS Ii II THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J E WALTON n u- c I DEMOCRATIC TICKET i t For PraMent BROOKS PARKER I IJLTON bar York Vice PretidaU tIIENllY O DAVIS 1 mil rr tni4t S IofFifth Apptttote Ditirttl E CANTRILLi tt OJ Gtorgiknfn THIS la what Gov Vardeman eat about the RooseveltB and because he I gald It the president refused to allow a Mississippi postoRlce to be named for him There was nothing In that edl tonal offensive to Mra Roosevelt or L I that reflected upon her In the least I simply undertook upon eclentiao grounds an explanation of Teddys de generacy and Ileneral cussedness without holding his ancestors responsiblei for It I thought lowed It to his an cestors Really I should be ashamed charge the devil himself with the Ator of the Infamy of that die e tlngulshed accident II Not very flatter I lag to say the least but when It comes talking about Teddy It matters not Is said ttoWE sincerely regret that Hon Bar Helm of this place has withdrawn the race for Congress Fire fvey we think be could have woo we think the dletrlct needs Just such a Congressman as he would have made and laetly we wanted to sea good clean hardworking democrat rewarded THE INTERIOR JOURNAL hereby nominates him two years hence t Mr Gilbert will be out of the wa thenand he will as race horse me- Bay win bands down THIS from the mugwump Lexington Herald ought to condemn that foul t sheet In the eyes of everyman who has I a spark of ddmocracy left Judge Can I trill can do no harm on the Andithe writer sincerely e bar of his circuit end the people of i i those four rich and beautiful counties on his promotion they can not be I worsted by any change II I JAMES M RICHARDSON editor of the Glasgow Times and as good a democrat as ever tamped under a roosterI ia a candidate for Congress Lordy wouldnt wo vote forj tTblrd we lived In his district fiPOLITICAL nominated I Represen The Colorado Democratic State con t vention will be held at Denver on September I 21 W M Howard of London Is a can I didate for the democratic nomination for Congress 1TheIdaho Democratic State convec i to adopt a plank denounc tlagthe practice of polygamy J Bryan has agreed to deliver 1severalspeeches at points In Southern r during the campaign i Senator George F Hoar of Massach usetts Is dying at his home at Wart I jt caster He Is nearly 78 years old and has been a sufferer from lumbago and ai general breakdown for several months I Several prominent lawyers of New York Including the Hon John G Car If lisle have organized the Parker Con Club with a view to aiding of Judge A B Parker j i Istltutlonal National committee I number of ppeakera to Ver f Maine during tbe next two tbe number are Sena I tore Galley and TlllmanRepreBentlvee Williams and Cochran and former Gov James E Campbell Senator Fairbanks will tour the i country In the Interest of the Republican f National ticket He will first open the Kaneaa State campaign and thence proceed East after which he will go to tbe far West Secretary Shaw will also make a number of speeches In the interest of the ticket In tbe presence of several thousand people at White Sulphur Springs W Va Hon Henry G Davis was formally notified of his nomination by the dem ocratic party for the vice presidency of the United Settee The notification aidress was delivered by Hon John Sharp Williams of Mississippi The democratic committee of the IHn Judicial district composed oft Washington Marlon Taylor and a tGJ Greene acting under tbe advice of the State Central Committee has call ed a primary for Saturday October 1 to Dominate a candidate for circuit judge to fill out the unexpired term of the late Charles E Patterson Judge I H Thurman who was appointed by Gov Beckbam to servo until the No vember election Is a candidate for tbe nomination and Is being opposed by the Hon Hugh P Cooper- A Mlddlesboro dispatch says D C Elwards through the Laurel circuit court has restrained each member of the republican Congressional commit tee from certifying to the nomination of his opponent Dr Godfrey Hunter The papers were served on members of tbe committee at the Mlddlesboro Ho tel by Officer Goln The chairman secretary and 11 committeemen are here with all the records Eight oth er members of the committee have or ganized at Loudon by electing Dr Moss of Whitley county as chairman The Hunter side claims 1000 majority on the face of the returns Edwards claims 1130 majority Feeling between the factions Is very high LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Geo D Boone sold In Cincinnati a car load of sheep at 31 to 5c O P Huffman bought of Thomas fivol000poundcattleat2to3ndrye grass extra quality A W Carpecter Moreland Ky 4t Two work horses for sale one four and tbe other eight years old T D Nowland Stanford 2t B G Fox Co will be at Lancaster Monday to buy 100 mule colts and G yearlings Mules received day of purchase 2t There was another lively advance In wheat Tuesday In the markets of New York and Chicago At Baltimore the price of Southern wheat went to tl a bushel for the first time since last MarchSeptember wheat sold at tl 00 on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday and December advanced to tl 10 Heavy buying was caused by reports of damage to tbe crop In the Northwest CanadatThe following jacks and jenneta will be shown at the Worlds Fair next week Thomas B Adams Brighton Daep S Combs Walnut Hill 1 Eubanka S Hubble Hubble 2 Joe Evans George town 1 J R Kuox Danville 3 J W Riley Newstcad 6 Clayton Strodes Cynntblana 1 I S Tovts Sbelbv City 1 mules B F Slavic Danville 4 J W Riley Ndwjtead 6 TEACHERS ASSOCIATION To beheld al Klngsvllle Saturday Sept 3rd MeMusic Prayer G Singleton Supt Welcome Address Bradford War Too M D- RespoDeeJohn Ware Arithmetic How Teach Beginners Took D LayIHow teach advance grades Andrew Haste Recitation Grammar Its Importance Mian Amanda How teach Grammar Mlsaei Rachel Slier and Birdie Gooch Oral and Written GeographyRob- art B Hubbl- eSpel1lngL G Singleton and Mrs Minnie Caldwell School management by association Recitation Ejaay Miss Laura Dye HletoryElberon Jones and Owen DurhamDiscussion of writing Mra Mary Cochran How teach primary reading Dr Warren and Miss Ethel Adams Relation of Civil Government to His tory Messrs Hendrlcka Hayca and AdamsMorality of teachers Rev John WareFriday evening exercises Mra Lau raLeeDr Bradford Warren vice preel dent Annie Gooch secretary THE REMEDY When steaks are high and bard to get And chops are much the same When poultry prices soar so high To cat it la a shame Dont stand around and rIck and beef There ia a way to eoothe your grief Eat fish When hash Ia sold by jewelers Because In It theres meat And burglars pass up diamonds A well emoked bam to greet And pork is worth Its weight In gold Dont stand around and knock and scold Eat neb When sirloin costs so much a slice The common workingman Must pay part down and pay the rest Upon tbe Installment plan Dont stand around and rant and roar You do not need to get so sore Eat fish When one god porterhouse proclaims a A man a millionaire If ho can his title cloar IWltbout a mortgage there need to stand and iwear And yank and pull your scanty hair Eat flab IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I The Pinevllle pottofllce was robbed of 1200 Red Men will hold a Street Fair at Harrodsburg this fallISherman Tuttle was appointed post master at Ark Bell county Mrs Frank Wall Washington coun tvs wealthiest woman is dead Vantant L Cos store at Harrodsburg wail robbed of a small amount of cash Mrs Thomas Evans wife of a North Middletown banker dropped dead of heart failure Dr J M Poyntz a foilknown phi shtan la dead at Mt Sterling Ho for merly lived at Richmond I During the four days of the Harroda burg fair the attendance paid admis I sloes aggregated fraction less than 12000 I In the Garrard circuit court Walter Howe of Paint Lick was given two years In tbe penitentiary on a chary of forgeryLt Mrs Carlo B Brlttaln of Annapolis Md have tho sympathy of a host of friend here over the lose of their infant daughter Mary Elizabeth who died last Tuesday Richmond Climax Mrs Brlttaln U a sister of Mrs W H Shanks Judge W C Bell has appointed D Lee Curry of Harrodaburg receiver for the Currey Grocery Company of Junction City and Harrodsburg and ha has entered upon the discharge of his duties Tbe appointment of a receiver was the result of a suit filed by the preferred stockholders of the company three weeks ago I Suicide Prevented 0rue startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had linen discover ed will interest many A run down syi tern or despondency invariably precede suicide and something hu been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely Tbe Gist thought of self deatructlon take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only bile Satis faction guaranteed by Penny Druggist SAVE MONEY I jmtarchltlperthanKINO S COX Moreland Ky The Calvert HockerIProprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis LOOK OUT HERE I we are with tbe Farmers Roller Mllta making Hour In Stanford ai white at snow notthinkwheat1uon you D V KENNEDY d CO S THE Joseph Price Infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of inrglcal and chronic diseases and for con cashInatonal bills due when services are rendered and must ta paid promptly For Sale Privately situatedjustpike house has T rooms kitchen and ser vents room good cellar table and all IntheJ I BAILEY FOR SALE I The wellknown Old Port Pharmacy To drugstoreIs going West Nearest competitor is three squareW6tthelargestAdecidedOLD KyNOnly 1OO Daily g Sun- dayDemocrat I 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 I FOR SALE liegeSeutbdown t vexes John Steelo Carpenter Ilustonvlte Ky A S PRICE ourfeon Dentist tanford Kj Ioiof r McBoUru BnUdlD Drug Stan In the Owtlej Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to loll privately my farm of 170 acres located In improvementsfruitwhole or divide email uwer part 011 BAtINRTT- Iluetonvillo Ky Dripping SpringS- poars Fisher Mgr 1pIIIdldtableoounti Write for parttouars tototiice Dripping Springs Dr Oa S Williams DENTIST ilI All work guaranteed and rea sonablo- Hustonvillor Kentucky E D Peyton DEALEH IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford midway saloon COOD RICE Prors Spcd1botIe I Grass fleer Case keg and bottled O nreat Soutbweod Mlitr Phone M State ford Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I i listing been In the Tailoring businesa all my life I feel confident in saying I represent ono of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measure and dlrvctoni I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons In this line will bear me out My prlcra are the same as Inex rlonced men who are In the business t also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other Buittngb I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thahk Ing you for past favors I am yours II C RUPLEY tbe Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid bunting fishing or any kind of tree passing en our place aad will pwsecate violators to the tall extent of the law J Z Spoonamore T M Hoi IBM II H Newland J B OsraoalMh Peter lUlmcr W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens james M White and wife Carson II P Hawkins Mrs Mary K Watch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Sam Reynolds Morgan Humphre O T Charles Ensslln J II McAllstor Mrs Kato Ador Relehentmeh Bret Fred VonOruenlganAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllraan Fred Baurainn Stanford Granite Marble Co tUCORIOItATED Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers taoleU etc from our own Lincoln county stone recently discovered the analysis of which proves It to be of tbe finest This stone t- In several colors tveoanalsofuroishatand- ned material from any other quarries In the world Phone main ofllce 00 J II Boon pres Stanford K or T J Teter branch office McKlnney le- yAdministrators Sale Sept 8 leoi theAs administrator of Bitate of J V Coffey deceased I wilt offer for sale and with the consent of Joseph Coffey their entire farm of 309 acres of as good land ns Is in the county with residence and all cocoa sarynutbuildinga s good barns I of them very large goo fencing plenty of stock water In grass except about BO acres The farm lays well on tho Hustouvlllo and Danvllm pike In good neighborhood and In one relic of depot on O 8 Road not sold before the 8th of September will then be sold to the highest bidder Upon that ditto 1 will sell personal property consisting of hay off of 8S acres seed off of Oi 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 2 machines 1 disc harrow as good as new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant or 2 Oliver Chill plows No 201 corn shell er 2 A harrows 1 hay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 hay frames onehalf Inter eat In 6 acres of tobacco 80 to 100 itiimi of orchard grass seed 18000 tobacco sticks some old corn and harness 1 sad die brldlo and blanket 250 locust post for wire fence 100 white oak posts for post railI fence 60 locust post for rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch 1 sil ver watch 1 farm roller 33 herrp brakes Z cultivators 2 double above plows Any one desiring to see the place can call on mo or Joseph Coffey on the place and we will show them with pleasure Sale will begin at 0 oclock sharp Also have 17 shares of turn Tike stock In the Mlddluburg sit Liberty Turnpike 1 shares of stock In the Mid dleburg Cemetery TIUUSI The farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two years time with lien retained on land W A Corny Admr TOil RMpusn Auc U t T GranULeader- i I We have decided not to leave Stanford and 11 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 Our stock having been sold very low we are now in position to give you nice new bright up todate merchandise and as usual cheaper f j yoursas we your money back if youre not satisfied with your purchase very Respectfullyto THE GRAND LEADER titVHLEY IILO h WArtll HI II AIM+ M B Lo y 8 Co S B Lovy Tooth Cleansers W t tL Some that vro soil Oelgfttaa Dental Powder in Tin Itocoa or Gins noulDr 18 L Graves Tooth Pawrtor Kublfoam Tooth Wash Itoirfa Ivory Crenm Tooth Soup Kutlijmol Tooth Pmtt The Above Brands Sell For 25 Cents PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy Stanford Male And Female Seminary t STANFORD KENTUCKY Viral term bogies Mftn4r Sept a mi The members of our raeatay ase all eijw 0poIltt The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlatlcdeslgn the best material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tool None better None cheaper r r WM A DA MS a SON Lexington Kyl TO THE FARMERS IjThis is tho proper season to put up WOVEN WIRE FENCE Wo sell THE AMERICAN the best made Cnll and t sec us before buying your once I W E Perkins Crab IKyC R McCormack iDealerFine Staple HarnessFresh l Produce CsR McCormack Hustonville c J Thursday And Friday7 Aug 18th 19th O4nly we will make these exceedingly Low Prices on Summer Goods 3 l2ci f Fast Colored Lawns us Ually sold 5c5c For Lawns that sold at lOc T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J STANFORD KY An 10 1001 UBMKMIIEU that wo have a lar geI apply of the icbool books used Lincoln county Same books used last ear will be used again for Ibis year Chool npptte or all klods can bead at Poonp Drug Store Stanford PERSONALS r MB O B COX U elorkUu la J P Jones MR Quo D BOONS WM In Olnofn call this week I Mil JOHN I JOVHB U In OUolnnatt buying goods LITTLE CUftAHVril HOLTMfcAW hill tan write sick f At HEVJO8 of Wlnebester ill with bU mother here MKS NOM OOODKNIOHT went up to Brodhead Wednesday ono L PRSNY I at Crab Orchard recuperating ANNA SPOOKAMORR U with In the Unbbla io ttoa CUARA OOOPHR ti visiting Miss ABtrla Klnnalrd In Laneailer Miss CAROLINA Morrnr was here Wtdoeiday en reuse to L bacon MIM LILLIB PKYTOK at MkWIwbo re li vliltlog Miss Stella Balleu- MK B D KBKKKDY bai been apo- 1IDIed city assessor by the owocU JT iWHKY Cod R C Boglemio jr ere attending the Brodbead fair MISS Durr1K MOORBS of Toronto Canada It with the Misses Vaodeveer- MISfl RHODA WHITE Is bask from a v Unto her father In Cumberland noun t tj 4s 5 MIRE NtrrrtR WRAY of LouUvllle t bere vtiltlng her mother and broth erMMM ttrrA KBUB ROOT has return ed to Moline III where ibe wilt teach GRACfl OltADY cod Maggie are visiting Mn Ot null Danville IIWFT1E 000011 of Lexington J spent several days with Mrs T W I Ooooh at McKlnney J D WlLLta and John Cbadwlok of Crab Orchard are In St Louis the latter to take a position MRS KtTTIK KING and Mss fettle Higgins of Crab Orchard were hero wltb friends Wednesday W W DAYS li at Drodhead assist log James T Jones with his dining I room privilege at the fair i Mns w n HAMMOND sad Mlu Miry Smoot or Cincinnati are the guests of Mlii Sue Elmore n D McCLUliB and wife of Cooks I villa 111 are the parents of a nine pound Rlrl born on the 12tb MRS WILL DAVIS and daughter r Mlii Margaret Davit of Danville are i guests of Mn W O Shanks MRS J P JONlts cod children are back after a protracted visit to rela I lives In Cincinnati and other points Mn AND MRS W n SHANKS of Stanford wore hero laiw week visiting I Mrs J M Baldwin Klohmond Oil f rax- s MRS D S MoKlNNEY and little tf daughter who have boon visiting Mrs t W Wednesday O Speed returned to Livingston MRS T W OOOOU of McKlnney Mri K H Droy of Cleveland 0 1aod visiting Mr E H Murphy at KlngBVllle MR J S MOHLRY of the MoKlnnoy section left Wednesday fortho World Fair He will go from St Louis to the 4 golden Coast on a prospecting tour MRS E E YOUNG and family left 4for Hastings Neb Tuesday to reside Mr and Mrs E J Baugh accompanied r them for a visit to tho latter mother Miss DBIJORAU ROSK of Jelllco la I tivisiting Mlae Arethuia MoAlliterMlei rYa Embry will arrive tomorrow from Wllmoro to bo Mill MoAllatora I guest DR J F PEYTON Hon R C War ran and Mr S T Harrli went to London Tuesday to attend a meeting of the I stockholders of the Mt Vincent Addl t t tlon to Plnevlllo MRS J E LYNN of Stanford U ta- J the city for a tow days the guest of her Wood Miss daughter MM Logan Margaret Lewis of Stanford Is the guest of the family of Mr J G Irvine in the country Mleiei Anna Gover Mary Crow of Lincoln county are Mlu Edna Rogen at the Mill Luclle Cooper t walla the city Monday the gueata of- frieode Advoate- ra 6 14C For 10 and 12 l2c Zeph yr GinghamsIDe For Summer Vests that sold at 15c SEVER SON STANFORD I 4Springs IIDt JOHN NKvii8 Is at homo from Llv lngtonon ilex list Miss MAUUK MOORS of Danville li with Mil Jennie Lynn MBWWS o v GBNTRY and J S Uwiley Jr are at the Brodhcad fair DINE S M ALLaN of Mlllcriburg U wltb her parents Mr and Mrs K P Woods LITTLE KATK DAvlase RANGY li vii King her uncle John P Smiley In Loulivllle Mills OATIIHRINE BAUOIIMAN li the guest or Mils Bdna Baugbman In the West End- RAYMOND TYRBB who hi been with relatives here returned to Louisville yesterday McKENZiK BROWN has given up his position at the World Pair and re turned homo Mlt A O ALPORD li running J T Jones restaurant while the latter U at the Brodbead fair MRS BerriR MOOR of Bailie Central America li with her relative Mr W P Grime W HUMS LOQAK of Louisville at tended the burial of his kinsman Mr Kd Carter yesterday MRS ANNA D of Harrodiburg li with her daughter Mri H J MoRoberti- MMMH8 SI S GAfOHMAX and Harvey Helm are looking after their oil interests down In Wayne county Miss ANNA Gonr of Lexington rep relenting Hamilton College was the- guest of Miss Sarah Oftaghman MRS FRANK EDDLBMAN and Mlu Pattla More of Louivllle are the guest of the Misses Vandeveer DR W B UBANNON and Misses Myrtle OBannon and Hallle tfcvtut are attending the Brodhead lair MRS W P WALTON and sons Wm P and Owiley Walton are with Hon J B Owiley Sr at Walnut Plat MRS LOGAN MOORS who has been visiting her brother Mr John Moser of tho Gilberts Creek section has re turned to her home at Hamilton O MBBDAMHS A S GODWIN and fan jamin Ransom of Nainvllle who have been with their parent Mr and Mr Richard Bibb returned home ycitor day MR J K ANAnsI AtE and toot Jacob and George are taking In the World Fair at St Louis Mlilei Al vlra and Mary VanAridale are running the store In their absence Mn CAIIIIRLLD WOODS of this of floe wont to Lexington Wednesday to take a position on the Lexington Dam ocrat Ho Is a tine young man and wo give him up with reluctance WILLIAM H REYNOLDS of Urbana III Is with hli parent Mr and Mn J H Reynoldi at Moreland William Doolln and wife of Somerset are also guests at the Reyncldi home Mn THOMAS C JASPER of Plano texas It visiting his mother and other relatives hbre His splendid icccesi as- a banker li very gratifying to his many friends In Pulaikl Sora riot Journal Miss KLUAIIBTH M CREIQIITON of- Ktngstile has graduated In sbort hand and typewriting In W R Smiths Bus lees College at Lexington She has two positions offered her already but has not decided which one the will accept LOCALS New tin Rood arriving dally at the Grand Loader WANTRD by September let a boy to help In Jewelry store W H Mueller WANTED To buygrist mill at once Charles Knislln Oitonhelm Ry JUST In ladles loather belt In black tan and white the 2Ac kind at 12p Grand Leader LOST Between Baughmans mill and J T Jones reitaurant Tuesday a 110 bill Liberal reward for Its return to this olllco THE Lincoln County Real Estate Ex change Jc Title Co has sold for C C Withers to J D Sweeney his cottage on Whitley Avenue for 8090 LOST between Stanford and Halls Gap a black leather purse containing a pension chock for 12t a 85 bill and a silver dollar Liberal reward This office DISMISSED Bob Whltloy colored appeared before Judge Trlbblo Tues day and asked that the cases of Joe Hayden and Percy Stewart colored be dismissed for house breaking and same was done Wavesiex i FIREPROOF Iron lafo for tale Miss Nanny Vandeveer CHICAGO fur Cheap for cash This olMee lOK cream freeMrs at eoit to aloe oat Gad H Farris Co LAROB pearlbuttonsworth 35 docent at the Grand Leader for lOe doten ARB you looking for a nice wedding present If 10 dont tall to see W H Muellerr a DONT foget John P Jones li sell log Hannani and other high grade iboei for ladles at or below cost PARTY Little Mlis Mary Louise Bailey will entertain from 4 to 0 this afternoon In honor of her coming Miss ei Catherine and Clara Gregory o Covlngton NEW DBPCTY SHBRtrr Mr Urla P Bright wi sworn In ai deputy her iff Wednesday under Sheriff M S Baugbmsn We congratulate him up on his appointment and are sure tbi be will make a faithful and obliging at doer TUB Grab Orchard Pair S Racing Aiioelatlon has declared a dividend of 30 per cent whlot will be sent to the itcukbolderi with a statement of the Aiioolalfoni financial condition In next 10 days Thlr will make 8060 paid on the original ibarei of 110 Miss JOSBPHINB SANDIDQE was to have entertained last night at her pret ty home In the West End In honor oS Mine Sallle Taylor Wood Sue Tay lor and Nannie Wood Engleman of this place and Ralley of Fayette Much preparation bad been made for the oeeatlon which promlMd to be a brilliant one aTHR Lexington Democrat makes great tanpalgn offer ol its Sunday and daily edition from pow until after the November election for 81 This li abou a cent a copy and U not only the cheap ilL dally you CIAO get but the best dem oaratle organ you can read during the present campaign This olllce will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must Invarlablr accompany It FIRST VAORATUnder Alver eon Vagrancy law the first victim here was Cato Lee colored and he was fin ed 810 by Judge and li now working his fioe out on the rock pile Judge Tribbla says he Is deter mined to enforce the law and break up this loafing of idle and worthless No groes on the streets and at the depot The loafer bad better get to work or they will find themselves on the rock pile A ST LOUIS says Funeral services over the remains of Mrs Breck Inrldge Jones were held at the family residence the Rev Dr John Cannon ofllolatlng The pall bearers were Fred erick Vlerllng Will Martin W G Lackey and R W Pitcher all of the Mississippi Valley Trust Company and Thomas P Dudley and Dr Spencer Graves all of whom excepting Mr Vlerllng are former Kentuckians and 21d friends of Mr Jones Too honorary pall bearers Included David H Francis Mayor Wells and other notables Among the mourners wore Breckln ridge Jones Jr A son and Dr Hugh arI and Mrs Charles Galtskill of Lexington Miss DunlapPottsrived In St Louis Interment was at Bellefontalne Cemetery TILE Brodbead fair begun Wednes day with a big crowd and a find show The ladles department was an especial feature of the first day and the good women wero there world without oDd byUond Mason of Madison took the pace or trot with Roy Beozley second H C Jones captured the mule race John Boyd was second and W D Wallln third A recordbreaking crowd web on bind yesterday and the rings and races were all well filled Lincoln county Is well represented and her people are enjoying the unstinted hoe peopleDallou winthegot second money A B Bastln won acloseblues and a red on his line Hereford cattle J L lOc Yard For any Fine Wash Goods that sold as high as 25c 5 l2cFor yard wide Brown Cot ton sells at 7 I2c AN excursion will be run to Lout vllle Sunday Sept 4 at 8175 for the round trip The train will leave Stanford at 0 A M and two coaches for white people will be attached OAUTERMr Edward Carter died suddenly of heart trouble early Wednesday morning Although complain theausual hour and took a short walk Just at be was taking his seat at the break feet table the float summons came and before a doctor could roach him his light bad ceased to burn Mr Carter was nearly 71 year old and was known to the majority of the people of this county ai an honorable exemplary cit izen and the announcement of bli death has caused universal sorrow He U sur vlved by a wife and daughter Mrs James H Baugbman and many hearts bef reavement A brother Mr P W Forhnearly 60 years Mr Carter bad been a consistent member of McCormacks church and he was one of the olllows of that church A gpod business mat be ball saved for a rainy day and a val uable estate Is left by him Funeral services were held at the late home at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon conducted by Rev J W Hagln and attar which the remains were laid away In Buffalo Cemetery A just and good roan bal- gone to his reward let his splendid example be of benefit to mankind CHURCH MATTERS Rev Charles R Hunt of Mt Ver nun has been elected president of Alexander College at Burkesvllle Rev P J Ross subject Sunday morning will be Why I Am A Meth odin It will bo his leaf service here before Conference I FOR SALE 1 A small bluegrasa farm new home with seven rooms all neceary out beltdln e hrghtvllle lloyle county Ky For particulars add ret or call on J A Rico Mnrksbnry or 8 E Hlce Danville Ky I To Wheat Raisers I We will store In our warehouse and eleva tor alto handle and take pr per care et your wheat FRKE OF CI1AHOE until Dee 1 IfW Wo further area to pay for the same the price delivered F O B at More land Station from the commission mer chants of Cincinnati O D M LIPIS t SON Ilurton- vtlleAdministratorsI Sale 1 The property of Alexander Tray lor deceased will be lod at public outcry at bt lite residence In Lincoln county on Tuesday Aug 30 1904 It connlitnothouie hold and kitchen furniture farming Imple menu and machinery work horses and mule milk cows cattle hogs hay when corn etc Terms Sams under 10 cash that amount and ever S months cred securityII j II Iaxton Admr Ool J P Chandler Auc BD CARTER Successor to Bruce do Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street SUN fOND KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connectio- nCommissioners Salel Lincoln Circuit Court ID Roe Ac Ilulntltr vs Thomas Ramsey Defendant Pursuant to i judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court rendered In the above styled action at the June term lOOt tho under signed Master Oommlisloner of the Lincoln circuit court will on MONDAY SKPTBMIIEU 12 1004 About 1 t1 In front of the court house door In Stanford Kysell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following real estate In Lincoln county Ky consisting of three tracts of land 1st tract as follows On the East by the Somerset road on the South by the land of Jim Tay lor on the West by the Bacon lands on the North by the poor boose or county farm and known as the Holdum tract containing 124 acres or less Second tract lays on tho East side of the Somerset road and Is bounded thus On the North by the S Holmes farm on the East by the lands of J Willard South by Willard and West by the Somerset road and contains S3 acres Third tract II bounded thus on the South b the Lincoln Land Co on the West by the land of Salor and Harris on the North the lands o Hlggln and Hresham and dor bin and on the East by the lands of tho John Clark farm and contains 820 acre of land more or less This sale Ie made for the purpose of division The three tracts will separately and then as a whole and that price accepted which Is the highest for the three tracts TCHUS Credit of B and 12 month the purchaser or being required to JIve for the purchase money wIth good security payable to the Commissioner and bearing 1 per cent Interest from date of sale O B SAUFLEY M OL OC The Remnant Counter will also have some new attractions on it Dont miss this opportunity as it is the last sale on these goods this season jt IC 8z OtlchortIio VANAIISDALH Trlbbleyeiterday Now IourChance I I Any of our Womens Misses anti Childrens Oxfords and Slippers at what they cost us None reserved You may have your choice CUMHINS MCLARY Closing Season i fvThe time has come when Summer goods must go Our first lines to be sold will be our entire stock of Straw Hats and Ladies and Chil drens Slippers and Boys Low Cut Shoes None of these goods will be sold for more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price is CASH H J McROBBRTSStanford Kentucky l IMPORT SiIIPENTtJu- st 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 j Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GEORGE H FARRIS a COt j Stanford Kentucky Queen Crescent Route IISHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES BETWEEN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga 1 Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas PointsIFOR INFORMATION RATES ETC ADDRESS 0 N AIKBN Trw Passr Agt 89 D Main St Lexington Ky W A QARRETT Gen Mgr W C RINDARSON Gen Pass Agt CINCINNATI Kindly remit us amount you are due us on your subscription t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I I Mnttred n the poitoflce al Stanford at K andclau matter t I pnbylahelTuadayaraa0Fii0e9aAV 1 PERYEAR CASH Y When not soptd93OO will beehrf ed a KNOXVILLE OIVISIONe 2 TraIn gotog North M 104 230am p m u II 02u It 17 am osII u11a3pmJ0S r NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W BUBiEtk sm Pron JUNCTION CITY w KY TlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Trarellng Men Grain and Hay For Bale J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv s Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rate toll on us on Depot Street Also Dealer In Ooal Jesse W Sweeney rnorBUsron Livory Foci and Sato StaWo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellted and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates QatJ TraiorfrDaA- Laa Ix WHlsK Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc f alKYIwowPrompt andpoIIte attention Nothing but the bet to drink Mall phoae cr telegraph orders tecelva prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You nifty need new carpets matting oilcloth rugs shades lace tack curtain pole pictures frames screens parse partolst doors glass tables chairs sate wardrobes couches dresser wasbltandC beds prlags mattreasee chamber suits water sets lamp chiffon lers foldlag beds washing machines wring trunks tole curtainscopesstretchers PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 33 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons gbuy or sell farms will do well to see us We a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms c for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you desire to sell Livery It In our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky II R B Manony InSUranG61Rucnt 1 Solicits a share of the patronage l of the property owners In counties of Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking in r eurance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Corn r represented and the lowest I possible rates are guaranteed yPhone12 Kentucky MRS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entro Non Clnb 175 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four ears 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doc theia strongly objected to an lly husband felt disheartened as well as I for homo with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Wine of soIray recovery was very rapid With anollicrIj7 tMrsBtowes letter shows woman how a home is snddenedby completelyEnets and brings health and happi nest again Do not on suffer Go to your druggist today i and secure a 100 bottle of of Cardui WINEotClllmJi HON D L MOORED of Mercer cowntj Is a ctnJIJitt far Congress in the Elcbtb district to succeed lien llerl sub- lest la the tcttoa of the Democratic party Your sup port l amity toHclteJ IGa GILBERT Of Shelby It a onJUite for Congress tst lfCt lo the action of the JearacraHc party R C WARREN is un1lJtl rjuJcof Ihe Llnceln County court lubject to the ttloo of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 8R Is a candliX tot Sheriff of Lincoln county subject I the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It a canaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county tabled t the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for theilff of Lincoln county subject to tee acUon of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tte action of the democratic party DINK FARMER IIa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for Jailer subject to the anion of the liaocrattc party W I HERRIN In candidate fr Jitter tuVjecttothe action of the- ImGCratk party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for SvpertoieaJeflt of Putc Scboot ef Llneala Uoualy satj tt to tae action of the demo static party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate frSuperintendent of Public Schools of Llncom County subject to the action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for reelection for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county SUWert to the ac lion of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON It a csndliit for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Sett to me action of me democratic PArty GEORGE T WOOD Is a un1lute for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the Acton of the democratic patty D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln couny fsub jot to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of toe democratic party W A CARSON It a candidate for Atsettor of Lincoln county sub ectto the action of tine democratic party E D KENNE Y Is a unJUst for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of tht democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a csndVJite for county attorneyef Untnjn county subject to tie acton of the democrAtic p rty R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county It a candidate for the noiohuBon 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 hairlYonxrtctWerrr 711 to Biwtare ColorCumcadll4UM Ihurrlrt SEED FOR SALE I Blue Grass Seed and Seed Rye for sale L 0 Dunn Mt Salem ICy Ja L Beazley Co J Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODBAtlMla FurulltnlCMattingeRugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ JYJC MY UNDEBTAKBB EMBALMERAnd HAB1TESS SADDLES at Stanford Ky HUBULEIla theo the people of our oUr eeem to bo dreaming so news li a scarce article Little Miss Jennie Rankle entertained a number of her young friends TUBS day evening fn honor of her 12th birth dayA meeting Is In progress at the Christian church with good attendance Mrs It M Johnson has Joined hei husband at thus place The death angel came and clalmef the little son of Jas Ross Monda morning and the father and motbe have the sympathy of the entire com tnunlty In their bereavement- Mr and Mrs M B Eubank R L Hubble Harvey and Haven McBcath and Charlie RankIn left Thursday to attend the fair at St Louis Miss Rova Oatts the attractive visitor of Mrs Dave Rankin tae returned to her borne at Rankin In as much as City Attorney C Bright Swlnebroad was one ol the boyi of our community wo all feel proud ot him and bis appeal to the citizens ot Lancaster for their aid in stopping the Illicit sale of liquor His appeal In last Issue of the Record was a model of eloquence and we trust that the peo plo of Lancaster will readily respond to bis call thereby striking at the foundation of all lawlessness Tho Bar Makes A Kick The prohibition fanatics have held their forces together and made gains for the last 20 yoara that bid ill to our trade Let tnera laureate In like ratio a few years to come and our buslne will bo swept from existence Every saloon every brewery every distillery will be compelled to close or operate al- an outlaw As sure as God rules we have an enemy In our camp that never sleeps nor slumbers They are laving the foundation for their diabolical plant broad and deep and unless their designs are speedily thwarted all Is lost The old parties are our friends As long as they control we are safe Depose one or both of them and we may as well hang our harps on a willow tree for our vocation will be gone The rem edy then Is plain keep both old partlei In the Held divide the spoils between them prevent the hopeless defeat ol eitherBut now you ask How are we to keep the temperance fanatics from leaving the old parties A high 11 cease fee will do It Something to eaic their consciences Nothing else will The Bar a Liquor paper published In Washington reproduced at request of A W Carpenter prohibition candi date for Congress GET THE NEDGUARANTEE Penny Agrees to Return Money if Mlona Falls to Make You Well Have Penny sign the following guar antee when you buy a box of Mlons natures cure for dyspepsia ODAIUNTHB We hereby agree to refund the money paid for Mlona on re turn of the empty boxes If the purchaser tels us that it has failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two 60c boxes or a months treatment Signed Ml otia Is a remarkable preparation that tones up the digestive organs and quickly gives perfect health and strength Penny can tell you of many of his CUll towers who recommend MI o na because it cured them Better than all testlmonl all though la the guarantee under which biro na is sold It Is a plain pos- Itive statement that if this remedy does not relieve you of Indigestion It will cost you absolutely nothing AD agreement has been reached by tbo democratic leaders In New York relative to the conduct of the campaign The National Committee will not Interfere with the State Committee In the State and neither State or Na tlonal Committee will Interfere with the work of the regular Democratic organization In New York City and Brooklyn The Death Penalty A little thing sometlpietr results In death Thus a mere scratch Insigni scant cuts or puny bolls have paid the death penalty It Is wise to have Buck lens Arnica Salveever handy Its the best salvo on earth and will prevent fatality whon Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at Penny Drug Store To the Worlds Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W O Rlnearaon G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington y I find nothing better for liver derangement and constipation than Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver TablotaL F Andrews Des Moines Iowa For tale by all druggists William Jennings Bryan It Is esti mated by same who know him well U worth 8500000 Forest fires are doing great damage In Montana C i Puts an End to it All A grievous wail oftlmex come as a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed organs DUiincss Backache Liver complaint and Constipation Hut thanks to Dr King New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thor ough Try them Only 26c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 0 The Chicago man who surrendered and asked to be sent to the penltentla ry after haying two wives for 40 year doubtless arrived at the conviction that any kind of punishment was better than the one ho endured One wife Is sometimes bad enough to have In the family thinks the Lexington Democrat S flRadium ore has been discovered In different sections of Colorado Produce Wanted I i egjthenbe convinced at 11 D Northcotta Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I kendloggglumberprice at Moreland D H O PoyHw Dr J Be BeckJ DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky HosMenoe 1bon las Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only IS 1 use the best of paints and varnltbea and cnarantto soy work to be firstelan Gall at shop on Sera enet street and see ipeetraen of my work Rouse palntlneaad paper lunrln and satisfactorily done J J IIELD- B1UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost at good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella hotter than the tramp repairer and for leas money Give me a trial PXAKK Atari Stanford LAND FOR SALEI As for the heirs of Harry Rngle man deceased I will on Monday Sept IS IDea county court day aell at public out cry In front of the court house door In Stan ford a tract of 30 acies of land on hawk- ins I Branch In Lincoln county J D PAXTON BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy but ness I tell for the next M days at cost SurreysPbaetonsHarness They are all the latest style and best make Part of the vehicle are rub ber tired Oome to tee me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OURTI3 OOVEIt OrabOrcbard Ky R A JONESDENTIST Stanfordr uti office In Uypri House Parlor Phone VI THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky otters the following courses of study viz Agricultural horticultural chemical biological mathemat ical physical normal school classical mechanical engineering electrical en gineering civil engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also MatteravdegreeEach a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly 50 professors and instruc torsCounty appointees receive tuition room rent in and light and if they remain 10 months traveling ex peaseaThe laboratories and museums are large well comprehensive and modern The legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for young women and 830 ooo for drill hall and gymnasium for men Doth buildings are completed and In use proIded Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the eel lege to supply Last year the matricula tion was 750- Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy en gineering and instruction in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title ofcollege is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing In any proper sense university workThe completion of the college home for young women provides facilities fur good board and lodging It is with all modern conveniences including bath rooms and room for physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by elecric ityAn opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough education in classics modern languages literature science mathematics logic metaphysics historyand political economy No other in the state offers advantages for education of women at all comparable to those offerI ed by the State College cf Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining npI polntments regarding courses of study terms of admission apply to JAS K IATTUUSON Ph D LL D Or D Co FItAZEE Bus Agt Lexington Ky Fall Term Begins Sept 5 1904 1 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK w CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J B Paxton J B Owilor H II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter j B Foster L 0 Qooch W II Uummlnt W M Bright n L W II Shanks Successors to The farmers flank S Trust Company and under taint management continuously- for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflotal First National BankOf Stanford Kyi Capital Stock 500001 Tnll InttltnUon was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In 1131 then reorz Ithe National flank of Stanford In Uti and again reorganised as the First National Batk of In 182 having hid practically an uninter rupted eilstenee for 41 Tears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Us long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited No M30 aaM ot unlmproT land la Itesk from lIa lIla rMslton o Iron Mountain route Wilt sill 01 nebIDs tn properly ill Uacolncouotj- Mo IIIII Wilt serif Smllw Inn bin ford llouitol faurooJroomi beak forth sod t veranda flood barn and other bulldlop la rood rep1Ir Cut lasts neldt well Mood 10 earn to JllTstloa one sire lo fruit lIMe ret IB raw IlouthtatrommtMUsertuUat bargain aol ai bo sM at tarnln Clow to and ohiiKB frit SM pr sne Lad alelntng MId for IW Dol Ilk Twa story six roes dvolllaf barasmtkobeuM eto Whet Iac11I gna lfl watered gad 1111 in goat Won FtlcollWO No iSun room dwelling rood tlar and 21 tern land fr raUlU soJ iprlDg VVnola sndoutbuiWloin In fair condltton rIMe close to town WII1ol small hmlly tribatarvof firs North Fork of K ntiMky Four Teln of coal vsrjlnc IB IhlckOM tram I- It to six test IUur tutleiW U the mouth or aboTerk A ralliosd Is lIblD tine mile of said property tbt limber toaiUts or oik etc TltMpHtN arms No 55A dies two story tht roots Ittm dveUInc la Stinlord to hilt font Utr with rennet Hoar tool plln well fn klubM eagle ntMa on p4 ee whlrk reau fw f I per ss atk TII edmils hats C f I par aratb This prop sty U la rood repslr std a Ie ho M for IiIes Ne 11 Fares 87 arts ipUoJIJ bleerraw Us4 tn UaiBMaiy Twossocyeyea IuS ttnSDk houses bUBo room ttr nr Wi aail e stock sad su other oeauuy MihulkUafls all ii good rotair OM to cburrh s hoer pitoSse railroad sad la tad a l hhwiMttl was KIM It MilllT lka roil rais tied tlmUr eec Tbs U Ie deal country bean u all orateatetx a Nap- eealeete Wl w tnJ win 14 aeeer faulaf prtop i 1 sere land within IV aUaoSlanlad In reel repair Ieelag lru- llnTH 5 well and lood altar Joel bsnl Itll sraokehouie Ac Young rebaN aad Bo vise- yard place to ratees prdo pewdsce Ie Downsupply StISO No 1100 sires of tad on talk freoi BaneFytutlnseiM Beldi Forty ame In coitita lion 48 sera to puturc balance In lluoer Dwelt tog contains teten rune Large barn and all nee elr outloIln KeB o Dnd balWlnalsspls did ir WoU watered lttesg2500 No MI50 seeM of landlnFord county Kas tlx mUM trout railroad and fc miles Arhn rtrer Seventy pares ollat It river bottom Ie Cntdiua land and la frau Ibis laud It par uli bulldlDtieath house bun el about teatei of 100 pars All on county road Jf mile from ebuvh school and Lays well and will watered This la a goal tobacco farm sod would suit two or thra fimlllM that might want to come Irora the ttmo oelfhborhood 1rlto naonaMe dwelling of six rooms at door and all odor ec- thon iary outbulldlnts Alto Urge Uaekitallh GOal and shedi lull length of shop and tc feet wide This property will be sold at a my low price No 9A farm cf in sores four mlleafrem Wan ton on best rib lo Ihe county well watered t alUood dwelling fronts pike all aeomunr olllloulldinp A splendid blue grant farm ud only Miulnuteedrltofrem county teat Owner of one larm adjoining this bat recootly refuted f41 tier acre Wooffrr IhlsatMTio No M Play aria our fleatant Point Ky Pram house t rooms and porch Barn soil other outbuildings S acre In eultltatlon rest la tim ber Well watered SOU yard from potoffieMbool sod ehllreiIa O-No well on pike and In good tlllra IlIoM and lot In SUnfonlflT rooinibill porch in the rear good lardn good neighborhood close to churehr aid school oodforsmlllam lly lrlce lO- No 5IIOueanti lot In Stanford llouto aim nto rooms tlood stable end 0 acres of rooI well fenced tine of prettiest building lota In room enough In front far two other cottages or a S story front bo built to the cottage and be mad a beautiful home Will be told cheap utile owner mutt base money NolJl weUlnjoftlx roomlban and porch neaaary IINell 110 large two story store room 23s60 fat lower room UIllied with counter shelve etc Water In dwelllnl snd storeroom also etern and w1I onplate Small tot back of tore One tulle from SUnforil Ilulldlnrt In goalrepatrsoddwetling originally mat 1ItuO anil store over tell both fur 189 or will rent or tell separately No 13230 acre farm K mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant house two barns well anti spring near dwelling farm In high Hat of cultltstlon 160 urn river bottom- land good fencing troll etc Price 18740 an acr No 43 Two story wren room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom SfliBO two bltcktmllh thojie tenant house 1bIltllb sod ware house Ettry building new In flntsbape Allot the properly It In Huitontllle Ky and we will tell It as a whole or tell ash plea separately Well at each stable and clittrn at house addleSt the glove named too rotary No Tl A splendid tock of good fur tate This It the belt busiuee sod the nlcett god tower carefully selected stock of good In Central Ken lucky Asplendid lradtlla Untolll And adjolpiog oountlet We will tell this for cost and carriage sad if you want to go In Imtlnst you cannot Bud a nicer stock bellerJlaeo or better trade lu this particular IIn the citlct TI nice farm at IllehUnJ Ky well loprov well watered etc Price iroo T4 o acts of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about si acres In timber and rest In grass A large new frame dwell ing also an oU dweltlne on place A new barn and two 011 ones It It well watered and the fencing It rood On public rotd Irlce O- No 7sFour acreatjf land and a nice one story ils room frame dwelling In McKinney water works In kitchen and family room Good barn Officers E n SHANKS President t J B OWBL YIW H Asst Officers 1 J B HOOKEH Prett S T IlAiuuK V Pre- sJ1 UcItOBKHTS Ohr W U WEAUENAatt Obr Directors F Reid Dan vllU 8 T Harris Stanford J B Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M n Rltaore Stanford naugblRaDItDfordT Jas Robinson HubWe 1 IL Ilacbmau Stanford J M Pettus Sanford Bd Oartor Staofori Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky TblslsaUrxsln- NolfMscroscoodUBd IeadlYllls4lerexebaageei- soy 1rketwoasb- lNadINiarottag COIIntrIThr twoballaverandaIcwell and all nereamjr outUilMlnit Itant well finny sod la goal rrp lr HIWM slneeast MM and N msiMratlrelj new sad we only ark 1150 far lke wtwlepropwlr ho M farm ot 111 urn aCawy eonatr Two tttrr frame dvelllnf lo good barns sad other onliwlkJlDC In gad repair Splendid UbaM4 land aad la rood A bargain at 1IlOO No t7 Ystaotlissete In Cue nw two 10 S room rraat dwtdltng andold iwellioglalsrceedltMa liars and etbetout buUdlon IHiwunlT cool splendid tohamoUihl well watered two wells rrlltte Tats U sol J tlraW how frtnll5iia 1 0 L ftrwof S irf JW miles tram HUB lard on founty road M stows la oalttratloii Mea- la plan t good onhsrJs and mt la limber Two mall otu M goal tain sad outtHilIdlcit welt watered and Uaelat fairly good llaeo eaa H IldJaapoI WIasebargDwellingsod bull lla + to repair lloe lIonlaaoS oeVhtorbood eioeo to Kboil sad oalood roil lrtroKia XJOabarn and other outbatMlDct Iht ten la i caltlratlon 41 aorH In Umberlfrvlt trHO etc i Leywell on meaty tbllRIIM KaooltU Inc ealyltO- No krp 11 OH atrnof Itad rear Crab Oreharlj1- he NoaeEtgbtacroeftad aad two story Irtm e M PrMCk fees Kv illS all ace ary wl f MMtats Iwen wstMJ AMtK4toti lied few tag la good npak ar4 M a dusal e he e Irk Is Sea rio bTsMd ajMH Kfs f isaJ Iko Nn ilry sea lea fisax dti c Star teas M t y L SMe tees Mibyi oaware Rs Mae So Mir- yA y p Rata aaJMtctmatta shop iS ky 4 three sU Hall iMH bwss a ay so Mtk e M for Ms scene Mftfiaim bones 14 ky i HM looees WU Sent ic ky it alesaeree we Large stocker goanalereMJ4e All ol IWs property Is Hi AMM l Utld cwMMy Iea5 ta Mrifmki No te Fsra oft acres near nsbaJ Nlcce eetu teed ete lislldiog sod dIDrood codltia 55 sere In colUatl c will waternl Will sill for II 1W or exchange for properly la Uatn cevnty No 4Twostory frsoidw4lln 7 rooms halt end veranda i nlo tselog sod bone la i oilrtpalr For sale or rent Itlcv rMsansblt No 50Pum of 1M srrf situated sear King j- ftile Ky M seres la cultltslWn M In Umbrret a Erase well watrd two sad bun and other tMIUII logegppf rrpalr Owelllngcouptratlre ly new U within aJO Itbo potto lee sod C tL depot Pro rty tie pit e and county road and It Ib teat armjInd in thatscetlou W will sell tb whole tars 400 or la parcels of not Iw than to urn to lultpurcbiter Tblili certainly bap property No IT Two story eight room trAm dwlllnr in Stanford Ky Large garden and barn lot This It one of ib dotlraM boutos In town Price reasonable No 21 Dwelliaf M rooui with 20 acre IoDoI- In Merttand food burn and necessary outbuild 1 togs 2 wells In tpleodkl orchard and 2 acres In ttrawtwrrlM Immediate pome Ion lilcotMO Na M M4srrMf land In ItohII fur ale or exchange Hit all oeeenary Improvements well watered oe Will be toIoI at a bargain orlrllauland TtUoX WaabllrlKfjfr condition otelouith mile eJTpU wtt rod by n Terf Ulaf8prtaf lrke 5410- No 35IlouatM5lueresf unit In JUKIn fee1 on easyItOTMI No 7399 urn of good land six rams two ttory dwelllnr well watered good tenrtRf It n the suburb of the city ol Staalknl else to iradeJ Khool and churtbes TIll Ie admrable home Price reaaonabl No t7 6 room trim rotttf sod one acre o land In Klngtvlli Ky Largo barn smoke bouts nltllrIrlce i 1 No 7oTen acre of land two story front mi Cage MTOO ream halls etc HOUM new a good fsnlen and tMendld orchard ol 141 acre fencing good two stable burlY boute anabe house etc 1 A god well on pare Is alto a good mill oa the place a g od crusher In mill It II run by ntoral power which It a great economy and the dam Is In good repair Will tell the property at a low aiureorleaMlt No aoA Itiii of 150 Acres frame dwelling four ram stock barn and all necessary out Imlldlnrs Fenrlng Rood well watered cut In flro Soda U6 acres In e hlnUou rest In blue grass Ins than half mile from turaplk We offei tklt pltce for only fwiper sure Nags tame hotel large rooms double teran ilaa hallway Etc A large 2 sorry storeroomsIrontlug street 3U trot Iroiu hotel stairs lulta bUfordwe Ing 2 nice cottages nicely furnlthed papered and painted 4 room and venous each A largo barn on same used u livery stable Goal garden Viral lot adjoining 88 fee front by Zoo All of tblt property Is In London Ky md Is a nnechanc for soweone to mske money S Ioprlelor hat refuted t i rent for IW per nomb In a unlofillhealthofhis wife only- Mason for proprietor desires to uchsng farm In Lincoln count- yNoll130arresnearJumbe200acrel In eultl e ration rat In timber Mix dwellings on place Ova if them new two tobtrco turns and Urge stock barD blacksmith shop stable etc Young orchard halos run through pace On county rod sod IOU yards from p 0 school church and In good rlgbburhood will sell or exchange at reatonaWe giirea No 71A nice four room cottage water In lichen A good lama roil house etc and a good arden Irlce IfiO- OHo 1A until farm oUI acret of good land ooatcd close to town free 12310 No 6 HOUM and lot In Dartttown house has j toms hall anj nice veranlil Good clstein largeF 4loAm and all necetury outbuUlnet Eveiy ood repair rice Sato 1