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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 IP j JSEMI=WEEKLYY INTERIOR JOURNAL Il VOL xxxii STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 23 1904 SAM NO 51 Gives Good BookIng 4Richardson His Candi 1dacyAlter showing bow Warren count y bogged the offices of the district ilnce I the time whereof the memory of manI 4ruanetlraot to tho contrary Editor t Richardson thus announces hit candi dacy for Congress In the Third district At for myself I shall only say that I famendorsed by the democracy of Barf ren county and thus backed by 3400 of the best democrats la the world They ask my nomination for Congress I wrote the first end last editorials C 4 ever written In Kentucky In reference to a school book bill I also wrote Into f tbo last campaign book the chapter on the school book bill which made It an Issuo In the last campaign Today tho parents of the State are saved at least 1200000 In the reduced price of school books and nearly that sum by the es UblUhment of State uniformity As a member of the OlaekburnUunt or Legislature I did my duty as faith fully and ably si I knew how la the Goebel coatest I stood by that martyred leader from beginning toend reedy to aid him with my life If Deed be I was present In Frankfort during L the whole contest bearing my expenses 4outof my own poiket- la every contest waged between demo I ocrats and republicans In Kentueky the past 26 years I have borne 1durlog of too heat and burden of the day aod have fought a not dishonor aide part In every party battle Mr Porter has held offlao for 29 years Why not give others besides a Warren county man a chance f I am a candidate for Congress and ark the support of all democrats Respectfully J M RICHARDSON Resolutions of Respect WHRHEAS It has pleased an over ruling Providence to remove from our friend cod fellow townsman 1Ephraim Severance Payne a young man of suoh genuine worth as to cause general sorrow where aver be was known and the community to feel kecnljrthe lou of such a staunch wor Itbycitizen and whereas Ephraim Sev I erance Payne was a member ot the I 00 F end whereas every member of I i this order respect our friend sod broth or because of his courtly personality p and intrinsic character therefore be ItI resolved That Crab Orchard LodjteI I s No 108 I 00 P extend to the rela tives of the defeated their heartfelt sympathy In their bereavement andI + bMaose of the ties of fraternity aodI deep resptot we do enter la their sor row and feel with them the loss they have sustained Be It further resolved That the members of this lodge wear the ususual badge of mourning for 30 day and these resolutions be spread on the records of Crab Orchard Lodgo No 103 a copy be presented to the family I of our brother and friend and also that f the INTERIOR JOURNAL be requested to publish these resolutions Respect Sully submitted W M Morris H L Wells R F Jordan committee KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH I Hyomoi Goes to tho Root of the Disease and Makes Aston ishing Cures Catarrh cannot be cured by the uto of pills liquid medicines and efloalltd sys tem tunics Under such treatment the germs of the disease will still live In the aIr psssago and Increase and multiply Hyumci is the only scientific and thor ough way to cute catarrh Killing tile germs In the air pamges it enters the blood with the oxygen destroys the ml i crobe In tho blood and effectually drives horn the system nil trace of oatnrtlial poisonP the strongcil evidence can be oltered as to rule powers of Hyo b r met to cure catarrh Is the fact that Penny will agree to refund the money if you say f 1 Hyomrl has not cured you The complete Hyomcl outfit costs but r 81 and consists of an Inhaler that can he carried In the vent pocket a medicine a dropper and a bottle of Ilyomel The Inhaler lasts a lifetime and It ono bottle done not cure an extra bottle of Ilyomel can bo obtained for 60 cents- Dear 6 r father wont you toll mo J About a sleeping car f I often wonder when they work And what they really are Do such cars go to bed at night And aro their slumber deep It must be such a funny sight To eco a car asleep get Puts an End to it All A grievous wall ofllmcs comes as- a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed organs Ulnlncss Backache I complaint and Constipation Rut thanks to Dr Kings New Life Tills they put jxn end to it ell They are gentle but thor pugh Try them Only 26c Guaranteed t by Pennys Drug Btore u Here and There The missing Russian cruiser Novllc I arrived at a port of the Island of Sale hallo I Football found Its first victim of the when James Pine 10 years old In a Chicago hospital A Payetto county magistrate has Imposed a tine of 150 on Milton Agee for attempting to flirt with a farmer wife At least seven lives were lost In a flood that swept through the town ot Globe Ariz and surrounding country As a result of the AlnswortbWInd hem feud In Smith county Miss W Wlndbam was shot from ambush and killed Two soldiers returning from tho North Carolina Stato military encamp ment were Instantly killed while ride on the top of a coacbIMiss Lyde Bennett a Oreenup Ky schoolteacher killed herself with a pistol presumably because of her mothers recent marriage to an aJtedI manOne man was killed and several oth ers were probably fatally Injured dui fog an attack by strikers on a train carrying a few nonunion men at Obi cagoSlnco Austria Is not willing to as sume the responsibility It Is believed that each countrywill now be required to protect Us own Catbollns In the Par East The prediction Is made that the pro duction of the Kentucky oil fields for August will at least maintain the 100 000 barrel mark established for boI month Five are reported to be dead two score Injured and property loss enl mated to reach 12000000 are the re suits of a tierce tornado which swept down on St Paul Mien Three counterfeiters have been ar rested In Atlanta who were making Buffalo bills so perfectly that even bankers were deceived They contes ted and surrendered the plates and a considerable amount ot the bogus moneyCharles E Bruce a son of former County Judge Bruce ot Henry county Killed William J Powell at Covlngton yesterday afternoon while on his way to Powell bouse to refute too charge ot having assaulted bis daughter Bruce claims to have acted In self detense The Knights of Pvthla Biennial As sociation of Louisville will lose be tween 111 000 and 17000 on tbo encamp meet The prties for the competitive drills were awarded to Mystic No IS of Otrard Kan for class A Furolture City Company No 8 of Grand Rtplds for ala+ s U sod Company No 36 of Ruibvllle led for class 0 Defeated for Office but Will Try Again In remitting fo his paper from Valley View Texas Mack Wheat an old Lincoln county man save Our pry mary election Is over and I was defeat ed 1 made the race against two old Texas boys and one of them defeated me and I defeated the other by 271 votes So this puts me In floe shape to make the second race two year hence I feel proud of my race and 1 think I can be elected next time I am at this time a farmer and a merchant I bought 287 acres of land boar Valley View at 110 cash and out off this farm 31 acres at 110 in one man to another man 06 acres at 860 Tbl leaves me t nice little farm 133 acres Lead ii tatting very high In this part of tho Irate When I first came to Texas years ago land was worth from 136 to 135 today the same land Is worth 140 to 150 Our little town still continues to Improve Valley View la the best town In the county outside of Gaines ville 1Sick Headache tIFor several years my wife was trow bled with what physicians celled sick headache of n very severe character She doctored with several eminent physic laos and nt 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 StomniU and Liver Tablets and to today weight more than she ever did before and is real well says Mr Geo B Wright ot London Now York For saloj byell druggists i Too following Is sent from Delphos O Ellas DuckIer bas a remarkably luxuriant growth of whisker Recent ly while working In the fields a swarm of bees came along and settled In his growth Mr DuckIer sat down and remained quiet When all the bees had settled In his beard he slowly arose walked homo and with tbo assistance of other hived the buzzers rTo the Worlds Fair visQueen L Crescent Routo and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information W 0 Rlnearson G P A O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky l NEWS NOTES May field went dry 643 to 207 It has been dry for years Ifen Harris seed 03 the oldest man In Bourbon Is dead There are 2400 mineral waters bottled In New York City Five persons were killed near Nevada Mo by the explosion of a carof dy namite Edward Burrlngton a prominent lawyer of Atlanta Ga was killed by the cars tbero Mrs Lydia E Portwood Is dead at Lexington as the result of belngcaught In a folding bed The first encampment of Spanish War Veterans will be held at the Worlds Fair September lOand 20 Charles E Sblvely of Indiana was eleoted the new supreme chancellor of the Pytblans The next meeting place Is In New Orleans Jacob Hussman an aeronaut was drowned In Lake Alice at Fergus Palls Minn hundreds ol persons wit messing the accident George Rice of Marietta Ohio has commenced a stilt against the Standard Oil Company demanding 88000000 damages for the alleged ruining of bis businessAn Central special train car rying SO miners and ulna uardwu fired upon by strikers from a cornfield near Ziegler III and two of the guard were wounded The largest freight yards In tbo world are to be established at Alexan drla Va The yards which will cover five square miles of ground will have a capacity of 10000 loaded car Uaffaell Castelll a parish priest Is under arrest at Ascoll Italy charger with complicity the theft of a price less cope which was afterward pur chased by J Plerpoot Morgan A special agent of the postodlce department Is maklug arrangements with Postmaster Elkin at Lexington for the establishment of A complete system ol rural delivery In Fayette county Awakened by a burglar In her home Mrs Timothy Crowe wife of the chief of police of Ludlow frightened the marauder Into flight and clad In her night robe pursued him down the street One person wee killed and 60 were Injured In a tornado which suddenly and swiftly swept down upon toe rest dence portion of North St Louis The property loss Is estimated at 1100000 While endeavoring to make a new tiashllgbt powder an amateur chemist In Chicago produoedanexptoslon which Injured him severely hurt his wife and totally wrecked his now 112000 reel deuce Telephones are to be placed on the sari of the St Louis St Charles and Western Electric Railway Connection between tbe cara and telephone ex change system will be m4do by a sepa rate trolley and wire Oscar Smith of Sheboygan Mich aged 6 dived from a dock Into 22 feet of water to rescue his eightyearold brother who had fallen In Ho was not strong enough to bold his brotbcrabovo water and both were nearly dead whet rescuedThe reports received at Che Foo Indicate that the Japanese attack on Port Arthur has not been successful but that fighting Is still In progress Tho Japanese are making what they mall the final assault all along the line and claim that the city will bo In their possession In a few days sMrs Imogene Holmes Lyle created a scene at the Lexington Insane Asylum 8by fighting officers who had been sumS to arrest her She was attemptI- ng to take her brother from the asylum Her father W B Holmes call od the officers alleging that she tooI was Insane Sbe Is the wife of a prom inent New York attorney The Grand Army of the Republic elected W W Blackroar of Boston commandorlnohlef and chose Denver for time encampment In 1003 The vet erans went on record as favoring Intol llgenca and fitness as qualifications for tho the exercise of the voting franchise as opposed to race and color lines They also tabled the resolution provid ing for a fraternal coventlon of tbo sur vivors of the Union and Confederate armies CrampsI bridge eanK working near Ltttlcport was taken suddenly lit Thursday night wlth cramps and a kind of cholera Ills case WAS so severe that he had to have tho members of limo crew wait upon him and Mr Qlf ford was called and consulted He told them he had a medicine In the form of Chamberlains CoUp Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several dotes were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speaks quite highly of Mr Olffords medicines Elk ader Iowa Argus remedy never tails Keep it inSTbls your horaj It may save life For sale by all druggists r HUSTONVILLE We are glad to report the Improved condition of Mrs M J Woaiberford If you want a farm or town property call on W R Williams real estate agent HustonvlPa Rev Joe Hopper of Perryvllle who Is holding a meeting here will preach at McKtnney Sunday afternoon at 230 Mr Joslah Bishop le expected home this week from Oklahoma where be bal been harvesting a large crop of when The Hustoovllle ball team having no response to their challenge to any team In an adjoining county will goto Nlcb olasvllle this week for two games- T L Carpenter sold to Y W and J D Burton the old home farm of 275 acres at ISO The place will be divided between the two and a nice residence will be built later on Mr J C Neal has our thanks for a delicious sample of his Elberta peach es He has about 50 trees that are bearing and the extra One quality makes a ready sale of the crop The protracted meeting at the Pre byterian church Is being conducted by Revs Joe Hopper and Gilbert Glass and will continue throughout the week andwill close with sacramental see vices The remains ot Mr Jno McCormack accompanied by a large concourse of sorrowing friends were tenderly laid away In our cemetery with Iropeeslve ceremonies by Rev Mills Be was an honest faithful ard trustworthy man Mrs Mary KaufTman many friend will be pained to learn of her unfortu nato fall lest week resulting In a frac lure of the hip She was walking In her room with a cane which she used on account of rheumatism and It Is believed she tripped on the cane Mrs Sue Jones of Steubenvllle 8 sister of Charles T Bohon has sold bcr oil Interests In a portion of the home lease to an Eastern syndicate for 100 000 Her royalties of sale netted her nearly 120000 She still has 00 acres In the oil belt with two producer and floe prospects for many more Mrs E F Taylor of Wewabltcbka FIr and G C Spears of Athens brother and sister of J J SpearGaIMoreland are on a visit to SteveoIlonBrown and family last week Mrs MaryI nie Jones of Springfield Is lire Julia Talbott Mra Ellen Green of Harrodsburg has returned homo af ter a visit here Mrs Susan Wright and daughter Miss Aria are visiting friend In Lou isville Mrs Rufus Adams and child ten of McKlnney Texas who haw been with friends and relative here have returned home Misses Sallle and JosleUoodo are at home from Louis vllle and with their parents Prof Eu bank and family are visiting friends at Midway Miss Sallle Hawkins of Cor bin returned home last week after b visit to friends and the scenes of her school days Mrs Kate Culbertson and laughter Mies Louise of Covington are spending the heated term with their many friends In our city Mist Cora Peacock Is at home after spend Log a week rusticating In the rural die tricts Mrs Peebles and daughter of Birmingham are visitor at Miss Mollie Harmon Mr G W Mills is vis lung friends In Nlcholasvllle and Lex ington Mr WC McAfee of Balti more h with her mother for a few weeks Mrs Elizabeth Deary of Burn side Is visiting Meedamee T J Robinson and Alice Lusk B A Reese of Georgia who has been rusticating in the blue grass ot the West End for a few weeks has returned home prepar atory to opening up his business for tbo fall and winter trade Miss Virginia Taylor of Danville Is the guestof Mlsa Ada Alcorn Misses Virginia Lyons and Willie Boardman of Carlisle are spending the week with Miss Angle Carpenter Miss Alice Dry has returned to Louisville for the busy sea son Miss Lelia Wheeler loft lest week for Macon Ga to prepare for the op dug of Macon Female College ono of the largest Institutions of the kind in the South The college Is to be con gratulated on securing her to take charge of the vocal department No Substitute Offered fay what you will about druggists ot Icring something Just as good because it pays a better profit the fact still stands that 90 out of 100 druggists recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when tho best remedy lot diarrhoea is asked for and do so because they know It is time ono remedy that can always be depended upon even In the most severe and dangerous cases Sold by all druggists Siberia has the greatest known coldj In the world At Yakutsk the average for three winter months Is 40 degrees below zero while Individual drops to 75 and 70 degrees below zero are not unknown I Allen Savage who broke jell at Bar rodsburg was arrested at Georgetown a I0OO I For your choice of any of our fancy suit goods that sold for 14 SiS and 20 SIX DOLLARS I For your choice of any of our 0or 81000 suits There aro a good ninny weeks of hot weather ahead and you can nllbrd to wear a new suit at these prices T D mILLER Danville KU THE GLOBE L Superior Grain Drills s As an evidence of the superiority of the Supe nor Drill there are more of them in use in this county than all the others together Nothing in t ferior is imitated If your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you harrowsIto uso it Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Lever Harrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Pumps Pumpsi I arm n pump man allover and I sell the Pumpingest Pumps that ever was Pumped and if they dont Pump where Isay they will Pump I will not Pump any money out of the bottom of your pocket I soil Pumps from 52 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 with nothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work done on short notice and satisfac tion guaranteed Phone 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford KyLTle StraightestJIsThe Shortest Road I If you want pure drugs come to us FIRST AVo understand what purity is and how es sential it is in our business Wo dont toler ate adulterations or makeshifts The desire to have our goods pure and tho knowledge to guide us in selecting them frees you from all risk You want to buy pure drugs we want to sell them Dr W N CraigPharmacisi Stanford Kentucky GO TO W B McRoberts j FOR f GARDENSEED DRUGGIST STANFORD GARDEN LANDRETHS J IWALL PAPER DRUGS BEADY MIXED PAINTS 1THEINTERIOR JOURNAL L Co WALTON 1Eof s TICKErI tForPreaidea- tALTONJJROOISPARRERI of New York For lite PrttideHt HENRY DAVIS of Writ IVntHta For Judge FIfth ApptOale Dittrid JUDGE JAMES E CAHTRILL Of Georgetown REPUBLICAN papers are wondering why Fairbanks does not resign from tbe Senate having been nominated for a higher office How can he when be had his coat tall spiked to the seat be fore the Chicago convention q Besides a seat In the Senate Is worth two vice presidential Improbabilities In tbe bush ee THE head of the bureau of labor and commerce might prepare campaign fig uree showing that the meat strike was a good thing for which the republican party ahoull be given credit In that a sent the prlcetof meat so high tha f many working people were ableto eave money by not buying It THERE la nothing surprising In tbe discovery made by J Plerpont Morgan that Roosevelt Is safe and sane Mor gan cleaned up 400000 on the Pana ma deal and he would be an Ingrate bad he expressed his real feelings In the premises TUB republican campaign book will soon be In the hands of tbe republican spellbinders It is said to contain con siderable argument of a most conyinc log character for those who are already convinced IN tbe East tbe republicans claim all the credit fora cheap loaf of bread but In the West they rejoice at tbe high price of wheat Tbe jewel of consist ency Is painfully out of tight ISAAO MYERS Is dead at Neponset III aged 104 The dispatch adds that he had used tobacco since he was 12 years old which may account for his untimely taking off LOUISVILLES population Is Inoreas t lag slowly but surely There were 80 births to 79 deaths In that city last week POLITICAL l I Democrats of tbe llth district will meet at Somerset Thursday next to nominate a candidate for Congress Democratic county conventions in the lltb district Indicate an open race A majority of tbe counties beard from a will send unlnitructed delegation Tom Watson of Georgia aud T H I Tibbies of Nebraska went way to New York to be told of their nomination forI 1president and vice president on the I ticket What a waste of time and money when a postal card would have done the business Lex ington Democrat The subject of an extended speaking l tour for Judge Parker Is being consid ered at Roaemount and by tbe demo cratic leaders around national head quarters In New York Nearly all the members of tbe national committee are i said to be In favor of such a tour Judge Parker will attend the St Louis Exposition tbe latter part of Septem ber and will probably make a detour l- on his return to address meetings at Chicago Indianapolis and one or two placest Issue we published a card from Hon Harvey Helm copied from the Courier Journal stating that he had withdrawn from the Congressional I race Beyond that brief notice In which Mr Helm retired with the bestI i of grace saying that his services were always at his partys call we have heard nothing concerning the sudden change In his plans It Is indeed with the greatest sorrow and disappoint meat that these tidings have reached Mr Helma many friends and supporters In this county which gave him so overwhelming a majority at the pro clnct conventions some two months ago Rarely has any candidate with such determined opposition as Mr a Helm bad carried Madison with so handsome a lead as he was endorsed by 17 out of our 24 precincts Our people were undoubtedly for him and the Register ft proud of the part It played His victory was our victory too and we are loatb Indeed to take down his flag from our mast bead Richmond Register I I Senator Hoar Is still alive but can t last long J P William former Represent five from Ohio county died at Hop klnsvtlle Franklin county democrats will nom bate candidates for county offices by a primary Nov 15 Hon Harvey Helm has certainly shown himself a line campaigner dur- Ing his gallant fight for the nomina Lion for Congress and has made friends wherever he went Harrodsburg Democrat Frauds Wilson of Platte City Mo was nominated for Congressman by the Democratic convention of the Fourth district on tbe 1031st ballot Tbe con vention had been In a deadlock sine July 20 declineTJ u mandatory Injunction compelling the Eleventh District Committee to meet In London to canvas the returns of the recent Republican primary and has transferred the case to Jefferson coon ty LANCASTER The crops are abundant and the farm ers are smiling Melons are plentiful and very cheap Tbe democratic candidates are o the alert and everything points to dem ocratic victory In November Messrs JohnlMount and Winstead Crenshaw of Arkansas after a to days visit to the formers parents have returned home Messrs Wade Bush and M P Ma 1her who have been visiting Mr and Mrs R E McReberts have returne to St Louis Miss Betsy West entertained about 100 friends at her beauti ful home near Hyattsyllle Thursday evening In tbe police court CharlejDIckerson I was fined 160 for selling liquor Seven froLm wotmen were given half an hour to back to Stanford this penalty being more severe than the 110 fine and 3 days In the work house Imposed on tbe other five In the circuit court this week Wal ter Howe white was convicted of for gery and given two years In the peel tentiary Robert Boatley colored five years In the penitentiary for willful malicious shooting and wounding Jas Towerhouse colored ono year ID tbe I penitentiary for breaking into a ware bouse Tbe Metcalf murder case Is set for Tuesday and both sides will announce ready Dan East was fine 1225 for selling liquor MATRIMONIAL Gen Kuropatkln the Russian commander Is a devout member of the Greek church The engagement If announced of Miss Jane Todd Watson of Lexington to Mr Latham Hubbard Conger thawed log to take place in the fall An Indiana judge shocked by the I number of divorce cases on his docket urges changes In the divorce law claiming that Indiana Is aflllcled wltb divorce llllgallon Paul Goddard and Miss Mattie Mitchell a prominent young couple of Bar rodsburg were married at Lexington In the parlors of the Phoenix Hotel tbe Rev Preston Blake officiating All previous records for rapid wooing and wedding and especially parting were broken when Joseph T Hannah member of one of Louisvilles most prominent families and Miss Julia AI plnger who Is 21 and the daughter of Chris Alplnger met were secretly married In JefTersonvllle and parted all within four hours time u CHURCH MATTERS R 37 R R Noel Is holding a two weeks meeting at Olive church near WayneaburgThe singing at tbe Christian church has been considerably benefited by tbe assistance of Dr O B Faille and wife The meeting at Logan Creek church conducted by Elsie J G Llv ingston and J W Hagln Is progress ing nicely Large crowds are attend og and much Interest Is being meal fested hereGreat was the Surprise Tuesday when the dally papers announced that Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln county had withdrawn from the race for Con gress In the Eighth district During his candidacy Mr Helm has made many staunch friends by his manly deportment and tbe high plane upon which be conducted his canvass The time Is not far distant when the democrats will confer on Mr Helm the hon or which be so justly deserves Jessa mine Journal TUB Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign offer of Its Sunday and dally saltine from now until after the November election for 81 This is about cent a copy and Is not only tbe cheapest dally you can get but tbe beat democratic organ you can read during tbe present campaign This office will take your order for the Democrat but too cash must Invariably accompany it Lightning struta Morman Taber nacle In Utah killing one worshipper Wheat li still soaring high IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Estes a 14 year old Lancaster boy had his leg broken br a kick from a horse The body of a fully developed male child was found In a well at London A Mrs Burns has been arrestedand lodg cd In jail charged with the crime Attorney F Marlon Butcheson Who attended the Central University Law School a couple of years ago has an nounced his candidacy for the Legisla ture from Henderson county This office Is perhaps the only news paper office In the State whose com POll tore are all ladles The body ot tbe paper Is set proof read and thee forms made up by Mutes Katharine Warren and Elizabeth Gadberry who are becoming very adept In tbe arc typesetting Aleeyolourreadarsco pllment the neat appearance of the paper which Is attributed wholly to the painstaking labors of these Indus trlous young ladles Casey County News Mrs W R Goocb died early Wed nesday morning at her home In this city Mrs Gooch was born In Lincoln I county 47 years ago She Is survived earI servicesIby Rev W S Taylor Interment In the olty cemetery A devoted mother a cODleteDtrveil Somerset Journal SAVE MONEY I IDy buying coal early We hero Jut re ceived 24 can coal and will toll eta reduced cheepsthaninKINO k COX Moreland Ky FOR SALE I ILA small bluegrass farm new house with seven rooms all necessary outbuilding higtpartleulraddresIorS B nice Danville Ky I The Calvert Miss Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis LOOK OUT HERE I We are wltb the farmers Roller Mills making flour In Stanford as white as now eeldwheelInon yon D V KENNEDY RCO THE Joseph Price Infirmary II open all the year for the treatment of surgical end chronic disease and for con sultation Board and nursing ball be cash Prolesclonala and must M paid promptly For Sale Privately ItuattdJunpike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser vent room good cellar stable and all IntheJ P BAILEY FOR SALE I The wellknown Old Port To drugstoreIs gulag West Nearest competitor is three squareSYest thelarglstAdecidedOLD KyNBD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOKD KY MenYourhandled on commission Stock Pena In Connection Only flOO Daily g Sunday DemocratFor This will cover the Presidential Cam paign which promises 2 to be one of the 8 a most exciting in hishtory Subscribe and get all the NEWS W P WALTON Lexington Ky The Interior Journal will gladly take orders for this great offer but the CASH must inva riably accompany the order 1 FOR SALEI Thoroughbred Black Berkshire begs Southdown and high grade steep of both sexes John Steele Carpenter llnstonrlle I I KyA S PRICEI sturgeon Dentist Stanford KI DmN UeUotwru Droj latkt OvsUv Rename Farm For Sale IIIOn account of ealth1I desire to sell mr farm of Ito acre located In edge of llustonvllle Good ImproTcment fruit never falling water Will sell as whole or divide Small house on lower part O n UAIINKTT KymDripping Springs Spoars Fishor Mgr SplenQltablecountry Write lorpnrtkuar Postaat Dripping Springs Ky Dr O S Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and roc sonablo Hustonvlllo Kentucky E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Jllfflwau saloon GOOD ItRICE Prors Flat wines nbtatcy end beers Special I wholesale dealer Lexington famous nine I Oras Beer CSase keg and bottled C Brent Southwood mixer Phone fill Stan ford IIy- EYEAYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR I having been in the Tailoring business all my life 1 feel confident in saying lopresent one of tbe beet tailoring IIin the country With my experience taking measure and Jlrectons I your clothes are bound to be as my many patrons in this IIlIerllolorI me out M y pricna arc the lerlonced men who are In I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot j and other suitings I xII cut nod mate If you desire at a moderate price Thank you for put favor I nm yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting tubing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the lull extent of the law J Z Bpoonamore T M Holme H P J B Camenlsch Peter Balmer W11 Johnson tin Marx Given David Stephen tames M White and wife K V Carton 111 Hawkins Mr It Welch It A Lawrence Prank OordlerIMr A D Koou Sam F nevnold Morgan Humphrey C T WurIOOIGharlex KnMiln J II MeAllster- Mr Kate Ador fietchenbseh lime Fred VonOrwenlganAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred lUumunn Stanford Granite Marble Co I IXCORPORATKU I la now prepared to furnish granite and marble monument markers tablets etc from our own Lincoln county stone recent ly discovered tbe analysis of which prove It to lie of the finest quality This stones In several colors 0 o ran also furnish stand ard material from any other quarries the world Phone main alike il J pro Stanford K or T J Teter tirancn q- tyAdministrators ofilce McKinney Sale Sept 6 1001 estateAs administrator of of J V Coffey deceased I will offer for solo and wltb the consent of Joseph Coffey their en tire tarn of 309 acres of as good land as II la the county with residence and all oats nary outbuilding 3 good barn 2 of them very largo good fencing plenty of tock water all In grass except about 60 acres The farm lay on the Huitouvllle and Danville pike In good neighborhood and In one mile of depot on C 8 toad not sold before the 8th of September will they be sold to the highest blades Upon that dltt- I will sell personal property canlting of hay off of 8S seer millet aced oR ot facres wheat off of 60 acres corn oil of it acres S gaud work mule 1 yearling mule brood mare 13 yearling cattle 1 binder 1 disc harrow as goads now fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant 2 Oliver Oblll plows No 01 corn boil 2 A harrows 1 hay baler In order 3 two orse wagons 2 hap trams onhC Inter estlnO Wire of tobacco 80 to 100 bushel of orchard grass seed 16000 tobacco ticks and harass 1 sadsome old corn 1 buggy die bridle and bleaker 250 locust post for wire fence 100 white oak post for post sell fence 60 locust posts for post rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch Jill- vor waters 1 form roller 35 keep brakes 2 cultivator 2 double shovel plows Any one desiring to sea the place can call on me or Joseph Coffey on the place and we will show them with Salo will begin at 0 IoD- tlddloburrk have 17 of turn pike lock In the Liberty Turnpike 14 shares of stock In the Mid dleburg Cemetery TIHMUI The farm will be sold for one third cash balance on one and two years time with lien retained on lang W A Corral Admr TOM ENGLISH Auc a 0 QranULeacrI L We have decided not to leave Stanford and4ihave purchased and are receiving 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 cheaperthan afpast favors and as we have alwalys done f your money back if youre not satisfied with your purchase very Respectfullyt THE GRAND LEADER OWSLEY 1ILOTK WATfll OtH ADSFM B Logy G Co SfB Levy Mastic Mixed lit Paint Is nuulo of Pure Load anti line thoroughly mixM with Lin seed Oil For rail facts about the durability nod qualityut this paint you have only to ask thoFo who have iicctl it and- know Price 81 35 per gallon PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford Stanford Mule And female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY First terra beginsllonday Pept II lwa The mabr ot our PacultJ are all ex pq dgreeutgaaeraleellure IworkJ The last resting place of your departed tones by the erection of a suitable 1Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlitlc design the best material v carryJ t KentuckyLettering tINone better None cheaper WM ADAMS A SON Lexington Ky 11 1 TO Tilt FARMERS I I This is the proper season to put up to WOVEN WIRE FENCE Wo soil THE J AMERICAN the best made Call and see us before buying your fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard 1 KyrC RMcCormack Dealer in 1 Fine and Groceries f Hardware Tinware and Harness 1 Highest duce + I C R McCormack Hustonville i j r I I q i I I eEVERAI CE soisr errA FORD t L I I 1 1 r- c t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Aw 23 1801 WE are both tlmo and moo er OD tbo thorough equipment of our prescription department and ai a result twr proscription business hoe almost doubled this year We fool that wo aro ablo to give you thorough and reliable work and at the time time pure drugs just What Jour doctor wilbe- PERSONALS MISS ESSIB Ocncit U vliltlncfrlondi at Crab Orchard 1 MASTER OBOIIOE NEWLAND li 1111 foverI of Lexington li I with the bomefolki Mns JOSBlU COFFEY and Mr R L Coffey went up to London Sunday f Mn AND Mns T J FOSTER are viii lung bU ooh brother at Cleveland O LouAN R HUBUM was In Mt Ver non last week to see a mighty pretty I girl l MRS B Q DBAXLBY and little Jose pblne have beet with Lancaster rela i tire ATTORNSY Gao D SAOTLKY Is InI v Wayne eounyr looking attar some oil Med MRS W O WiTHHnB t vliUlne her brother Elder a a Powell In Lex Isdlen MRS IiD HOLUVBWORT1I and klMreo LwUvillr are with Mnt 8 R CO Iei7 M188 BUNA LlM 8 of nmtonvllle ku gone to MerGer county to leash the Moore shoot Mns J W FRANCIS of Barditown pissed through Saturday to visit rela Uves In Garrard f V MIBBBS PBARt oWN and Bessie Lanbata and Charles Lanbam attended the Liberty fair RBV WILLIAM HOOARTY 9t Leba eon U the guest of IUv Iatrr Orient i ear at Otunbelm MR T S FARRIS and ion Carroll Reid Farris of Phoenix Anions areI hwe with relative WINFORD B PORT TAN has a badly ipralned ankle the result of JamplnR from a train while In motion MR THOMAS MOTCALF and ainlly are at Dripping Spring where they say they are faring sumptuously MR lAi DCDDBRAR and wife of Loulivllle aro visiting the family of J Ool W Buff Dudderar at Rowland f MRS Lewis Pioo of Kansas City It with her titter Din Joseph Corey the haint teen for many years JosBPHiNn WARRBN hat boon 1wbo of her election at a teacher In School for the Deaf atCave Springs MRS H ROWAN SAOPLBY loft for Danville Sunday where the Joined a party of friends to attend the World 11 11111 MRS LOTTIE pUG I and pretty child roc of Pltttburjr were on Saturday train returning from a visit to relatives In Lexington MRS J D PBTTCS anti daughter Mrs Henry Campbell of Crab Orcb j tard are vUUlng Mr M B Poltu ISumerlot Journal sa 4 MRS ELIZA DARRlSand children are J 1 back from Pnoaolx Ariz Matter Jas I Harris was much benefited by his eo journ In the Wett- MjssSALLiBCoOKEj who hat boon with Huiionvlllo relative U with her sisters here Mlit Lou Rocker brought hor down yesterday i t M G REYNOLDS and little daughter Myrtle R D Pad atL and Mttle eon Walter of Wayneiburg were hero p yesterday on business DR W S BEASLEY and wife of 1 Lancaster wore hero Saturday The doctor loaves this week for California for the benefit of his health ED C GAINES who has bean tolling + Aarvoitlnjr machines up In Canada nod British Columbia was here Saturday en route to his homo at Lancaster MR CIIAS BOHON and Misses Cucy A Mattlo and Katherine Alcorn and Mr Carllilo Alcorn of Hustonvllle loft to day for a two weeks visit to the St Loul Fair V MR W T DOOLIN a valued subscriber of Shopvllie Pulakl county paid this oftico a can Saturday Ho and his family had boon hero on a visit to Mr T C Rankin and wife fir MISSES LETTIK HELM Mattlo and Bottle Paxton Margaret Hopper Mary Higgins Bello Donny Mary Penning 1 ton and Matter Hays Foster formed a pty to the Worlds fall this morning MR AND MRS A A MgKtNNEY 0 t Ijaulivlllo are hero with friend GBO W PiiELl3 of Madison spent several days with hls relative Dr C FowlerMn BARNHS WBARBN and wife will move to the cottage vacated by Prof Eubank MISSRS ANNA COOK and M Kay Bailee will leave Thursday for Somerset to be tbe guests of Miss Nora Sbep pardMiss MAQOIK LAWRRNOB who It quito III of typhoid fever is no better Mrs Sabra McClure of Crab Orchards s attending her MR JOSEPH HOLTZCLAW and prett daughter Miss Mary Holtzclaw of St Joo Mo are guests ot the family of Mr W H Underwood MRS J P FRANK and handsome lit tie ton ot Danville were on yeller days train returning from a visit to relatives and friends In Garrard REVS WI SllBLTON O M Buoy and R B Mabony and Metir T D Kewland and J C McClary are at Bar rodiburg attending tbe South Dlttrlct Baptlit Association LOCALS PIRBPROOK Iron tare fir tale Mlia Nancy Vaodoveer Ion frsears tBost to olos out Oeo H Parrl it Co SIMS Olympian Sprloge water is on tale at Penny Dreg Store Try a bot tIeWANTBDTo i bay a teaondband tIlt mill at OOH Cbarle Boutin Ottcnbelm Ky MR J T LttAV ofLanaaiter bad a splendid exhibit ot tbe Page Wire Fence at tbe Liberty fall It at tracted a great deal of favorable nom meat B G VOX A Oq wiltat More land next Friday M to bay 180 mule colts M yearjlng and tome horse colts Stock received day of per chase A DEMOCRAT who sends ut a letter from Crab Orchard ought to know for we have printed It many times that the name of the wrltormutt accompany articles to bo printed In this paper TUB party given by Mitt Mary Loulie Bailey In honor of Misses Clara and Catherine Gregory Friday evening was a delightful Affair and was greatly enjoyed by the M or more little ones who attended SOME old style furniture do will be told at tbo tale ot Alex Traylor per tonally on Aug 30 Including a combi nation bureau secretary and book case of cherry walnut wardrobe looms spinning wheels fcc SHERIFF W D QCILLAN of Latch Ur county and Deputy Joo Johnson took Sbeppard and Mulling who have boon hero for safekeeping to Whites burg Saturday Both of the men are charged with murder CUANOE OF FIRM E J Tanner has bought out tbe interest of his father In the wellknown general merchandise firm of It L Tanner Son McKinney and will conduct the business under the name of K J Tanner THE plant formerly used by the Lin cola Democrat has been moved to Lan castor by Dr J B Klnnalrd and Mr R L Goto the creditors who bought It In at tbo Matter Commissioners sale Wo have not been Informed what they expect to do With It A E HUNDLEY hatsoldhis splen did farm of 575 acres just over the Lincoln line In Boyle to Thomas Met calf at ISO The former will move to Lexington and engage extensively In the thoroughbred hone business We are glad to have Mr Motcalf return to this section but sorry to lose clever A and his family McAUSTER Mr Katherlno McAl titer aged 81 dlod suddenly at the homo of Mr R H Bronaugh at Crab Orchard at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon Tbo burial will take place In tbe Orchard Cemetery after services CrabI Baptist church there by Rev O Huoy at 10 oclock this morning McAllttor was the widow of Mr McAlltter and was a half sister of 1I0aI Fontaine Fox Babbitt She was a splendid woman and much eorrow le caused by hor death No children tur vivo her AT tbe white teachers examination Saturday there were one first two sec and and two failures Mr L R Hughe e tells u- dLosrBotweeeo Baugbman mill and J T Jones restaurant Tuesday a 110 bill Liberal reward for lie return to this office BARN BURNB barn of Emil Hencen of the Ottcnbelm section burned last week with all It I contents Lou about f400 with no Insurance Tile ladles of the Prcibylerlan church will serve an excellent dinner Inytorn Sept 1 county court dy anyladysshoe io the house at absolute cost is what we arc oTerlng Dont be too late to get your size Hlgheit grade only John P Jones ROUBRT JONESJRMtelltrom hit bl cycle while running at a high rate of speed tbe other day and was severely hurt It was necessary to take firr stitches In a gash which he received on one of his legs- DALToNMr J D Dalton ages about 45 died at Moreland Sunday af o0e citizens and had been In the general merchandise butt ness there for a number of years Af ter services at the Moreland Christian church yesterday afternoon ata30 tbe remains were taken to Huatonvllle for Interment IF Mr Bruno of this pleas should ever offer for office be should tee to It that Casey county It In bU distract Popular everywhere be le ei ptelatly so In that good county We were with him at tbe Liberty lair and the attention shown him would have made a potentate proud of his popular ity Women ai well as men gave him the glad hand and did everything In their power to make his sojourn In their midst pleasant Had bo dined with all who asked him be would have been there eating yet CANDIDATES MIRROR Prof M D Hugbei of Lancaster It publishing In the Central Record what bo calla the Candidates Mirror which le being read with much Interest by the patrons of that popular paper It is a writeup and picture of tbe varlou candidates for county otllcet and a most excellent method of giving to the public the strong points of thoio who icek tifllce He has arranged with this paper to publish a Mirror and In tbo next week he will call on the various candidate In Lincoln county and give them an Opt portunity of letting him say a good word about them aI A LARGE crowd attended the funeral of Mr Edward Carter and followed the remains to Buffalo Cemetery Rev J W Begin preached an appropriate discourse at the homo and Elder Joseph Ballou offered a touching prayor At the grave two songs wore sweetly sung a fervent prayer was made and then all that was mortal of the splendid citizen and Christian gentleman was consigned to mother earth Flowers brought by loving friend literally hid the grave from view and showed to some extent the high esteem In which Mr Carter was held May these slight tokens of kindly Interest assuag0 to some extent the keen lots tho wife daughter and brother now feel TUB Liberty fall was a decided suc teas Good crowds attended each of the three days and tbe show of stock was firstclass The races were all In lereatlng and President Coulter Sec rotary Montgomery and the directors have cause to feel proud of their enter prise Splendid order was preserved throughout end all who went to the fair were well repaid for their expenditure of time and money Sam M Owens of this county was one of the moat suc cess horsemen present He graduated hit splendid mare the second day E P Carpenter Bledsoe Bailey C T Sandldce and others of this county got a good quota of tbe premiums Mln Katie Warren formerly of Lincoln but now of the Liberty News staff won tbe blue tie over a field of a dozen In CaseyIlZaYDloatlro thoI JUDGE GANN of Jamestown has bought of Frank Martin of the Tur nenvllle section hit farm of 83 acres at 14750 FOR RENT The little storeroom on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky THE folkofthe Christian church at Crab Orchard will give a Sunflower Social Friday evening 26th In the courthouse yard at that place DLANICE sInrMr Stephen Blank eniblp aged 66 of tbe Kingivllle lee tlon died Sunday of s complication of troubles and was burled at the Pleasant Point burying ground yesterday COMPROMISED r case of Syl vaout Oaks charged by Llllle Barn with bastardy was compromised Satur day Oaks paid her 840 and all the costs and the warrant was dismissed by Judge Bailey DISMISSED The following Negroes were dismissed yesterday In the police court by Judge Trlbble charged with stealing watermelons from the patch of Mr R C Engleman Sr D Craig Martba Lackey Daisy Barnett Either BaUev Skid Hantford Mattlo P Carr and Nellie AonOwiley They claimed that they went there to buy tome from Mr Engleman but that ho was not there FINED T J Foley and wife of this place were fined 160 and given 50 days In Jell In the Liberty circuit court for keeping a disorderly house Mr Fo ley says he was never summoned to appear before tbe court and knew nothing of the matter until arrested by Sheriff Bauehman A writ of habeas corpus was gotten out by his attorney Mr T J Hill Jr in Judge Baileys court yesterday and tbe parties were released on 1126 bond to appear next Saturday I PROGRAM of Colored Teachers As sociation at Hanging Fork Saturday Aug 27 Welcome MISt K B Gen try Response Mil M E Jarman Too fins two years In Arithmetic Prof Wm Rice Grammar What should tbe Common School course ic elude P Mr Alice Haynei Should lady teacher teach boys over 10 years old f Miss Annie Butcher Nature study an adjunct Prof R C Darbam Should vocal music be added to our cur rhulum P Prof J F Owens Should newspapers be used In connection with school work P Mite Ada Greer All teachers under contract are required to attend Garland Sragleton tupt To Wheat Raisers I We will ttbre in our warehouse and elevator alto handle and take proper care of your wheat FREE OF CIIAKOE until Dec 11uei We further agree to pay for the tome the price delivered F O II at More land Station from the commUsloa mer chant of Cincinnati O D U MPld V SON Ilutonv- llleAdministrators Sale I r TrIYlor at his lite residence In Lincoln county on Tussilny Aug 30 1001 It consistent house hold and kitchen furniture farming Imple meets and machinery work horses and mules milk cows cattle hogs sheep hay wheat corn etc TermsBums under 810 cash that amount and over 3 months cred it on notes with good personal security bearing Interest from date j li Paxton Admr 001 J C Chandler A- ucCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court 1 n Hoe Ac Plaintiff vs Thomas Ramsey Defendant Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court In the above styled action at the June term 1001 the under signed Matter Commissioner of the Lincoln circuit court will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1004 About 1 r H In front of tho court house door In Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder tho following real estate situated In Lincoln county ICy consisting of three tract of land tat tract as follows On the East by the Somerset road on the South the land of Jim Tay lor on the Wet by the Bacon lands on tbe North by the poor house or county farm and known as the Holdam tract containing 1S acres more or less Second tract on the East side of the Somerset road laysI U bounded thus On the North by Holmes farm on the East by the lands of J Wlllurd South by Willard and West by the Somerset road and contains S3 acre tract Is bounded thus on the South bThirdI Lincoln Land Co on the West by the lands of Salon and Harris on the North the lands o and tresham and Oorbln andon the Rout by the lands of tho John Clark farm and contains 220 acres of land rnor or less This snle Is made for the purpose of division The three tracts will be sold separately and then as a whole and that price will bo accepted which Is the tractsTEU 12 months the purchaser or purchasers being required to give for the purchase money with good security payable to the Commissioner and bearing 0 per cent Interest from date ot sale 0 n SAUFLEY U 0 L 00 INow Is Your Chance II Any of our Womens Misses and Childrens Oxfords and Slippers at what they cost lIB None I reserved You may have your choice mssICUMHINS MCLARY ClosingSeason 0 0 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 willbe sold for more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price is CASHI H AtcROBRTSStanford Kentucky IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in E 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 GEORGE H FARRIS a COtStanford Kentucky jSHORTEST BETWEEN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points I FOR INFORMATION RATES ETC ADDRESS 0 N AIKON Trav Pasar Agt 89 D Main St lexIngton Ky W A GARRET Gen Mgr W C RINOARSON Gen Pass AgtaCINCINNATI 1 Kindly remit us amount you are due us on your subscription- r 1 ri THE INTERIOR JOURNAL F iI teetered n the post office at Stanford at loondclan matter ZwabllrhetaTaed ayamud Fzidp T 1 PERYEAR CASH MT Whensot lopsldSBOOO will beeharjii 7 r 1 t KNOXVILLE DIVISION 7- w NorlhIot p m 24 Train going a m 025II 1211 amSaulll o223n 1r u t2S5pm NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOSSfcSOHPron CITY KYI JUNCTION f FIrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Ray For Sale i J H IOONE CO t proprietors f lIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates j InStreet Also DealersCall on us on Depot I Coal I j Jesse W Sweeneyt noriiETon 1Licozy Food and Salo Stable IeLancaster Ky Horses welled find for Up to t date rigs at reasonable rotes ipaJl Traglore DCALVR INS WilsKn Brandy Wines Beer 0 Glnars Etc I Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KYI le but bes j atttecdvet- o fromptTO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpet mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tick curtain poles pictures frames screens tablesdoompartolst chain sates wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds prlngs mattresses I chamber aulU water sets lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machines wring tele trunkswall papercarpeterl paperr curtainscopes carriage bouse paint stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate AgentsI StanfordKontuckye k All persons wlthlng to bar or sell farms f will do well to see us We have n number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms sale and will be to show any one i Jtor we have It you desire to sell Livery If our baud Office at Boonos Stable Stanford Kyj I I BMahony Insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronager S ol tho property owners In k counties JVncoln and r who may be seeking in T osuranceagainst Kire Lightning None but the i and best OldLine Oom c panleI represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 1s2 Stanfordw Kentucky MRS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Nou Club 170 Warren Avenue CUICAOO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I however strongly objected to an operation Iy husband felt disheartened as well as I for home with a stick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Wine of soIbeganmy recovery was very rapid With anotherbeing Pt Mrs Stowes letter shows woman how a home is saddened weaknesandhowcompletelyWine S o sufferinq 0andsecure a f100 bottle of Wine J Cardui WINEo ClRmJJ t 4 t HON D L MOORE of Mercer ceunty Is a cardIJtt for Congress In the Eighth t succeed lion G G Gilbert sub Ject to the action of the Democratic patty Your support It earnestly seedier Q Q GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a carviUate for Cmtcrest subject to the action of NK dfewcntlc patty R C WARREN- II a candtte for JUde Qf the Uneoln candy court subject to the aUn of IKe dtw ratK party THOMAS D NEWALND SR ll a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le te action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It i canaViite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR It a canJUaU for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It acanlliate fr sheriff of Lincoln County subject to Ike action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It IcandliatforShenaof Lincoln county subject le the adieu of the democratic party DINK FARMER It t anildate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to lo e action of the DeMcratfc part JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for JaHer tubject to the attfen of the litnocnJc party W I HERRIN ft a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the lenocratfc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools ef Lincoln Ouunty subject to the action of the demo static party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON It a candidate for reelection for Surtrlnlen enl of Public Schools of Lincoln county miject to the c- Oon of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON It a candidate for Assessor of UScolntyunty sublet to the active of the party GEORGE T WOOD It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county tub ject to the action of the democratic pony D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK It acandlittefor Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON It acandldate for Assessor ef Lincoln county nilJectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject lo tbe active of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tic action of the deasocratlc party R L HUBBLE- Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination lot State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic patty A W CARPENTER Is a candidate fr Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition partyI PARKERS HAIR BALSAM baitlDlolOnylllrCunt Kp dlinm bas KnnndilaiM DruntiU SEED FOR SALE I Blue Grass Seed and Seed Rye for sale L 0 Dunn Sit Salem Iy J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALa DIALIU 1I FnriiatureMatiIng8Rtijjs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ + 1c1 Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealea7In ESS S4DDLIBY SO JHAnN Stanford Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ITCI Walter Terbuno bought 10 mules of Dr Caldwell of Perryvillo at S62 60 Jamie McKechnlo bought of D M Anderson his Gilt Edge saddle stallion for 1150 preacbon1Villo Murphy of Casey his premium walk log horse for 1165 D R Brown bought four threeyear old mule of parties In Pulatkl county for tSOO Casey County News Henry Heater took the blue tie on his fine pair of horse mules at the Liberty fair They make a magnificent teamB G Fox tt Co will bo at Stanford next court day to buy 100 mule colts and 50 yearlings Mules received dayI of purchase William Cornett bought of William Todd at Lancaster yesterday a pall of twoyearold mules for ItOO They weighed 2300 pounds William Spillman of Mercer bought the Stewart farm of 215 acres In Doyle at SOS 25 and 120 acres adiolnlng It of S A Moore at 102 50 Harrr Lasarus of Bowling Green sold to Eastern parties GO mules rang log from four to seven years old 141 to 16 hands high at 1128 36 IB the Saratoga Cup race for three year olde and upward at Saratoga Sat urday Beldame came first Africander second Tbe Picket third Tod Sloan will ride no more The worlds once most famous jockey has gone past the judges for the last time save a special from Now York B G Fox It Co will be at Moreland next Friday Aug 26 to buy 160 mule colts 50 yearlings and some bone colts Stock received day of purchase- D S Carpenter Dignity Dare wok everything he showed for at the Har rodiburg fair Mr Carpenter has hit good horse at the Springfield fair this weekHundreds of London clerks are spending their Summer vacation help ing the farmers harvesting They ask no other compensation than free board and lodging A pale red sow weighing about 200 pounds came to my place three weeks ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep U A Swine broad Hedgevlile 2t ESTRAYEDA black horse about six years old long mane and tall thin In order Left my mill Aug 15 Informa tion leading to his recovery will be rewarded S C Thurmond Lytte K1e LANCASTER COURT There were only a few cattle on the market at Lan caster yesterday and little or no de mend for them The mule market was lively and many mule colts sold at 130 to 105 The horse trade was dull Dennis Gullfolle of Mt Sterling has sold for November delivery 14 yearling mules to Thos F Dunlap of Woodford county at 811260 Mr Gullfolle has bought eight weanling mules to be received In October at from 60 to 190 Courtesy Pays Courteous treatment always pays Theres an old tavern near Jamestown Va about which this Interesting story Is told John Randolph of Roanoke stop ped over night at the tavern and the kindly landlord knowing his distin Rul bed guest attempted to draw him Into conversation Randolph was non talkative Next morning tbe gentle man was ready to resume his journey and the landlord ventured to Ilk Which way do you trayel Mr Randolph SIrV asked Randolph with a look of displeasure Which way are you traveling I asked said the landlord- I have paid you my bill Yes Do I owe you anything 1I Not a cent sir Then I am going just where I please do jou understand Yes Mr Randolph drove off but soon online of his servants back to the Inn to inquire which of tbe forks of the road bo should take to carry him to- Go back and tell Mr Randolph answered the landlord that ho does not owe me a cent and I dont Rive a damn which road be takes nor where It takes him II IL Is said that brimstone and sulphur could be knocked out of the air In that section ot Virginia whoa tbe landlords message was delivered to John Ran dolph of Roanoko End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn tight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Pu Pont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Rings New Discovery for Consumption Tho benefit I received was striking and I wag on my feet in n few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Pen neys Drug Store Price JOe and 100 Trial bottles free U Russias refusal to observe the laws of neutrality has brought about a tralced situation at Shanghai J t The shortest will ever probated was presented la tbe Keatoa county court Friday The will Is written on the back of a deed and reads as follows John when I am gone this Is yours Llzilo It It was written by Mrs Ell = abouh Gurnoy Winchester Democrat The secretary of Ibo navy has do creed that liquor shall be used la chrli toning all vessels of the United States navy He was requested by a United States temperance league to designate water as a substitute for wine I find nothing bettor for liver derange meat and constipation than Chamber labia Stomach and Liver Tablets LF Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale by all druggists August Anderson a farmer of States county led died from the effects of a mosquito bite i Produce Wanted I Will pay you the best market price for eggs hens tildes feathers etc Oat and be convinced at H II orlhcoU Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I headingelumberprice at Moreland D no Peyton i Dr JeBe Beck I DENTIST Office in Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone 131 Have Your Buggy Painted It wilt Cdt011 only 19 lute the beet ef paints end varnltbe and guarantee my work to be firstclas 011 at shop on Sent ernet street and see specimen of my work House palntlogaud paper hsngls cheaply and satisfactorily done J J UMBRELLAS Uecorernd and repaired and made almost a gxxxl al new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp money Give me a trialFiiAKK ATMMI Stanford LAND FOR SALE A for the heirs of Harry Katie man deeeaied I will on Monday Sept It 1991 county court day sell at public out cry in front of the court house door In Stanford a tract of SO acres of land on hawk- Ins Branch tn Lincoln countyJ PAXTON UGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to thebuggy badness I will tell for the next M day at cost SurreysPhaetoniIlarne They are all the latest style and bet make Part of the vehicles are rub ber tired Dome to tee me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OURTIS DOVER Grab orchard Ky R Ao JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky Office In Mvfr House Parlor Phone 01 THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY 1 Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical Stale College of Kenlucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural hor ticultural 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 provided leading to a Masters degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty aumber nearly 50 professors and instructor 1 County appointees receive tuition room rent in uel and light and if I they remain 10 months traveling ex penses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The legislature approprlaled Goooo for a college home for young women and 30 000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Moth buildings are completed and in use Military and science sre fully provided for as required by congress 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 nol lege to supply Last year the matricula lion was 750- Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have thane of each de partment of natural science Summer are provided for pedagogy engineering and instruction in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of college is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work The completion of the college home for young women provides facilities for good and lodgtng It Is oqnipped with all modern convenience Including bath rooms and room for physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by elecric ilyAn opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough education In classics modern languages literature science mathematics logic metaphysics history and political economy No olher institution in the state otters advantages for education of women at all comparable to those offer ed KentuckyFor appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply- to IAS K PATTERSON Ph D LI P Or D C FRAZEE Bus Agt Lexington Ky o Fall Term Begins Sept 5 1901 c 5 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK tCAPITAL STOCK 980000 Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley s H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter 3 n Potter L 0 Oooch WIT UUPlluln OrlghIt w II Shank Successors to The Farmer Dank it- Trutt Company and under tame management continuously for K years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was ai the flank of Stanford In 1UI then reorganized at the National flank of Stanford in 188J and again reorganized at the First National Baik of Stanford In lilt hiving bad practleally an uninter rupted existence for 41 It Is better supplied new with facilities for transact ing promptly and well than ever before In It long and honorable oareer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange do Title Company 1 Stanford 11 No MA aero ol QlaiifOTtJ lid In tountrMo IHwUe Irat 8 Wula Station Iron rata Will nil et eiebtcce ItIproperty to UoeolllalJ No Smallfam STaertt tall from ford llouteot t rooms beet forth IDol I Ttrtndk Ulllara4 other bellHop la goo 11111UnlloW Clo to tekool ant eaareb PriN 1M1peramen d 104 1C Tab sac flatOIN4iKtrMoo4UHl To sic mo- ondweltlagbarswkebww eta Wbel place It er well luN sod btalNIRp Is goat lion Prlntl000 so 41Sofia roomdwMHegpdcellar sad U acre lied hvrtaUIfwUn pll Ftaeto sod outtxilMIOft In fair condition CIiMp IIIN- c110 town Will salt a smelt taaally- Ne Mal1OseneofladUIJIrhlloll a ed to 1rrJ coaaty ICon Orsp VIlli erlI II tributary of she North Fork cf Kaiutkr riser Four reins of coal vanrlac la tbliknea item s toot bit lost lover aadgabte to th mouth o- aLce ereok A nlliajui li MtrTtre4 wlUla tbre talUs ef said pn i rty Ine MmUr eooiUla of oak ole Hue tifct Will Iftl oresrbasgeet slay acne N NA elei Iwry eight room tnm dwelling la Stanford Ilai two ball good ntlai with wkent root goat gardn wrtl fa kllebD nMI MM oo plate which rent fur fI PM m olt p r filh This prop spy H la geed repair sad ran lot bou C ht for tfw N ISfa i 573srredW Mnegr H Led I- sUnchwuely Tws s tetra bouuw Vim reoni ter oser 3Se e stork asd sac otbr DKMaary wlkwiliilafi tail IS rellir Clow to ebureb rkoj4 p iM4kM rallreaJ sad la IMJ Mgbheebd m ass ta mUrtlkn rnllM craH sad slabs Ste nil H ai Jul M aM aseIwcrs M else calM tatrybeta treJ wHh 11 DUet faulnL priIk Price ivatoaahle- N e7Nlrottag0 I rme aid vilhis llj Mllraot Stanford In o got Ttrlaitlnf will sedgood dNrload Wra sea- smokebwe Ac VMM orrtarJ sect tout elan yard 11 W 4ae toralM gardan pradiwe N- supply ttewa FrkeilJW Iol dacrM raadMssll from SMafwt KrmtlnHTtoD tdi Ferry acm la ciiHIra Uon neeiD pasture lrxlecintimber Peril ins eanlalni Mten rooos Lane kua aedsllbe many OOIIIlInp Fenaae4bulWingalasple- adldrter Well aMf a rrli SI8IIO- No eltl0 urN of In4 tD Ford musty Ku alt milefrota railroad and Y tulle frem Arksnsaa rlrer treeoflua is riser bottom h- Sntdsalaudndingtsse This land It for pale DIrTIIbulldluga each house bun lc of 100 urn All on county route Sj mile from church school and lays well and will watered This U a good tobaccu rm and would suit two or thew fswlllee tkat taltbl want to com roD lb uwa neighborhood Irfee rtaaonaM six rooms lroballsvandsICwNlstdoorand all other o blaeUimllh shopeSxoandshcdoull length of bop asst 10 feelwld wilt W told kl a very tow price- No IIA farm of 122 aero four astir tram Hun ford on boot Ita In the oeunty will watered fecwlnzcaul dwelllBf fronts pike all netMurv ouUu dlap Apisndld bioe gram forts led onlJ Wmlnuiti Jrtt from county wet Owns of bee- tarwdlolnifg thu hat reeanllr roftued fU set aero We offr ibis at 3570- No rfFirty awe njar tteatant Point Ky Frame house 6 room oroh Born and other outbuilding laerxln eultlettonret In clip bet fell atered1OU yards nom pote school- and church IIJ well on plk sad in good oem uuntty 1 lees No l lloiuo and M In KUofoM are momiball In the rear goal garden rood nelghborfoo- dclotuchurehwslsdchool uood lor tmall fIB lly lrlcolsoo NoBlIauMnd lot In Stanford louse eon tin IIn roorot dalaWoand5acres of land well footed line of prettiest building laulD town room enough In front for two other eettagrt or a J story front eoull be built to the collage and be made a beautiful home Will beold cheap u the owner mull has money No 17 Dwelling of lx rllOnulball and porch- necceesany outblldlnp guutn large two story store rootoStab feet lower rualO with counterahelresetc SSaterIndwelllng sad storeroom also tIltrn and well on lIsea Small lot back orator One mile from euoford Buildings In good nl lr and dmarorlglnI1 cost 11800 amstore our for IMO or will rent or Mil Prate4v No 1S230 acre farm fd tulle of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrlck dwelling room two tenant bouw two buns well and tprlng near dwelling farm In high slat 01 culllratlon ISO acres river tottctn land good fencing fruit ole Trice 11150 an acre NottsTwoolory seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom 2UxGO two blackiiullb bollS tenant bone stable and ware hotel Every building new and isenciu In nnhi All 01 the property Is In Huitonrllle Ky and we wilt sell It at a whole or sell each place separately Well at each stable sad duets athoute addioM the abore named see rotary No n A plenllIock of good far ule This U the bttt UIIIUI sand anti the tilted and wool careAiily wlected stock of good In Central Ken tucky Aeplendld trade In Unroln and adjoining countle sell thh for east and carriage and if you want logo In buelnm you cannot aalter stock better place or totter trade In this the silic- aNorAmts farm at IllchUnJ Kwell Improv ed well watered etc Price ieee 74 ifaiicietof Union Jamettown road south of Dunnvlll 100 acres In cultivation stouts acre In timber and rill In grass A large new tram dwell tog also an old Jwelllni on place A new urn and two old ones II It well watered and the fencing Is good On public road el coo No 70Fouracres of land and a nice one story ilx roou frame dwtllln lailcKlnney Ky water work in kitchen snit family room load barn j = i Officers B n ShANKS President J B OWSLKYOatbtei w it nuionT Asst Oathliri I Officers iJ S HOOKER Preit B T IlAnnin V 1resrJ J MoItOllEIlTS Ohr W n WKABBNA t Ohr Directors F Reid Danville I T Ilarrlt Stanford J B Hooker Stanford i K L Tanner M D Btwore Stanford 8 It ntI hDl an Stanford T p Hill Stanford Ja IloblntoD Hubble J 11 Ilaucbtaan Stanford J M Pettut Binnford Rd Oartor Stanford Ky TbodweHtngrenUlbrttt ryeromaswrwiiroe parilctilarllneoutildoof sad all Dar oalbuMdlon War well feared aad la good repair HMM sloe rest tto cud la sad w oaJ atk tM let U 4 wholesuptepptyNa y olll site In Caw Two story frame dwelllaf Iwo nod hun ofelhr owibullJlop In goal repair KMeadld tobacco land and In rood Maunll A barfatn at tvoc No t7yaruniSaem In Caaoy count A sex lee wry s room fraw dwslUag and ofd dwelling falrdlue llarai and ottoer out b UdtDS CIa d feodldtWoceland- well watered Ie write iptUf eta ThIs u a de- drobibooms PetIisfo- aaa ef SO anetS mUte trots 8laa Iorda county rusdj SS acre la ruiUralloi era- II paitur I good orctiardi sad ri la Umber Two SlItapo goal Um tad outbuUJlnp welt waumt and l oelo fairly pool alas roe bought si jour price aaovasrilm la Indianapo its sad mast have laooy eaynesbergDwellingand belollDp Is gund repair rr04IKI hme too land In rood irabarbood do to school ad on COO Into I0Me UA fun ot tee urn In Caw county Ky jOne and eakalf ter den t1 with six room mIMTstloa food barn 4ssomeOOIttoooUdllip la timber fruuitllreeeaa etc Lays wl as rosily tad eta to eburebw MbooleU 14koalyIW Me II MS acres ef lied seer Crab Orchard ebp No Sf l1acne vl linj aad tw ttoty frase- baselnPt cMmuiKy Mat an iw e wrv out WIUM Is nlt cabal Au twiMtar anJ fen leg m good eetfr sal da erabo hee pre tlMO Na6eTwdew B4tf am of lanj eke twn slaty see moor liasM itveWac Sx near to t 5- w we row so by e pest war Nor Mt too t wed by Bate led bMCIaSIib ebup5 toy w three 4i 1titlevarrata No4rarMriMarrt near llrodbead Nice eating teasel bvwM 2 hares tic IlullJtug and- fNtdg Is geed cltkoa 46 soon la rultlratioa wellwaienyl WlU rllWO or eichtoje for fproperty In Uneatn aunty No 4Twetlorv trtnie dwelling T roomt half lad veranda Oeod garden fearing and bout la pod repair Fr Ml or rent Irtc reawnWe No M Farm of IM oem situated seer Kings vllle Ky so cents la rulUvaUon t In timber teat watered two rood barn and otbe- routhllilep repair OwelllngcomMraUT ly new U Tlbla WO eNa of thro rhurthet Nboel palate tad C a depot Property un on I and county road ash U Ibo mat dmirtbitarn In the Mctton Wt will Ml tile whole tars I let II lOll or trela of not In than 70 acre to aultpurcbaMr This It certainly ebp property No 17 Two story e4 bl roon nswe dwelling In Slanfurd Ky Large garden and bun lot Tht lone of the mat dnlraW booae in town liltsrtajonabl Nall D willing of I rooroiwtth N tern ItndJ InMoretand loud barn and necessary oalbulld togs 2 wells lo iplradld orchard and 2 acres t In ilrawberrte Iseme date poueMlon 1rtce fWOO No S3a5eriof land In llockratll for tale i hupromollellalI S perilsstlreaJdreeaC S change A Title Co P- No u Ninety acre of land sear Waynetburg Vi Kr3Urm la timber dwelling sad fenrlng ii JU blr eeodltloa oss fonitli off pike watered l y ascot ailing sittig 1rke 5410 No a3Ilwsandaesao land In MrKln I Ref Neseury willHiUdlBgi Fencing goat and well watered sit Ihl place on easy lerwt No n n acre of good UnJ sit rooms two f ilwy 111111will watered good Sewing Is u thMlhuri ol Staomnt close to Eroded school anti rheretur This It a detirable home Pace reajontlde Ne 17 fJ room fraBiecolttgotnd one acre o land tn KligtTllle Ky large bun smoke house rfuurItteoNo 70 Ten acre of laud two dory front rot gulfgsNeosI two aiableo boo mote huu etc A geed well on place there la nlw a good mill on the plan eg OIl erulber is will it it run by nat oral lawn which It a Itteconomy and the Bas- Is In rood repair Will tell the property at a tow ngureorleaMlt j Jio IOA Ula ef lO acre frame dwelling four rows good stock turn and alt neceatary out building bsneleggood well watered cut In fee ifill1MIiaN for only IM per acre No 26 Frame hotel Urge main double versa dat hallway tIle A Urge 2 story tororoon fronting ttrrelSO feet from hotel ip stair uita kltfordw log 2 nice collage nicely furnubed aper d and palnlcd 4 rooms and veranda each A srdenVaantlotadjotntng36 feet front stable by toad Z1 eel deep Allot tbl properly U In London Ky andlta line chant forcoma one to make money lOprllor ha refuted to rent property for IM per ruonh On account of Ill of hit wife only i reason for proptletor detlret to exchange f for farm In Lincoln county No lWaer ntwr Jumbo 200 acre In cult ration Teat In llmbrr six dwelling on place flti of them new two tobacco terns and Urge stock V tern blacksmith shop liable etc Young orchard Jj 3treaurnnlhrougt On county rod and tntl yards from okhool church in good itHlOiburhood Wllleeltor exchange at reasonable flgurea No aA nice four room cottage water In lichen A good barn eoal house etc and a good laden Price 400 7LA imUl fare afT ere of good lend orated elote lo town felts IJMO No ro House and lot In Dirttlown house hat 5 room hall and nice veranda Good cistern largo am and jll neeetwry outbulJIngs Every thing ft zoo1 repair 1rtce Soso naN t