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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1904 SAM NO 52 1 PREACHERSVILLE James Dohouios Hula boys broken i arm It mending nicely Beazloys rock crusher It at Walter Warrens We hope this will make t our bid plies better D M Anderion and Josiah Anderson have returned from tbe Worlds Fair J Preachersvlllo will Ret along nicely r without a rural matt service our people aro alt saying The petition being circulated against It Is gottltt quite s salong list of signers who most ve hemently object to Itbelng established Qoward Carrier of Nashville Is vie lung his friend J T Dlngaman Sani l Carpenter of Madison his been visit lag W B Cummins W T Button and wife of Oarrard visited at J K Buttons Your correspondent was at the Drodbead fair sad spent a few days with O K Lawrence P K Parrlsh told to A M Pence 30 owes at 3io also a bunch of butcher cattle to Den Robinson at 3e J M Cress sold some hay to Logan Club of Hoclceaitle at 600 at the barn J n Thompson sold to J B Willis of Crab Orchard 700 bales of bay at Wo In the field V 11 Iarrlsbs walking mare won at the Orodhead fair over olght competitors and was loudly cheered by tbe Preaebersvltle people who wore present Mr Delis Brodhoivd1 bar ben immediately bought her of Mr f Parrlsh for 1126 Bob Garrison bought ofJT Blngsmtn a cow and calf for 135 Frank Gross our olerer veterina ry and breaker of horses Is kept quite busy attending calls His work Is glv lag entire satisfaction LAND STOCK CROPS ETC t s Sam Costello bought of A M Feland a horse for 1126 John S Baugbman sold to Thomas C Ramsey of Montlcello a tbree year old Alllowood gelding for 210Advo cato D O Tucker Jr bought to Marlon county SO shoats ai 31 cents wblcn he disposed of In Boyle county at H cents AdvocateB vl ba at Stanford next court day to buy 100 mute colts and 60 yearlings Mule received day of purchase Men with blackened faces held up a lone herder and shot to death over 1 000 head of thoroughbred sheep on LIttle Summit prairie In Oregon- FBTRAYetrA black house about six years old long mane and tall thin In order Left my mill Aug 16 Ioforma tion leading to hU recovery will be re warded S 0 Tburmond Lytte Ky Robert Reeves of Christian county Is probably the largest wheat grower f i In Kentucky this year Reports at the State Agricultural Department are that he raised SflOOO bushel and thAt he refund 1115 for It- S E TerrI sold to J W Pierce of Lebanon Junction his floe educated high school horse Glasgow for 1350 jOlsgow Is one of the prettiest yel low overseen here as well as ooo of the best educated Glsigow Times GET THE SIGNED GUARANTEE Penny Agrees to Return Money- If Mlona Falls to Make You Well Have Penny sign the following guar intro when you buy a box of Mtona natures cure for dyspepsia OOAIUNTHE We hereby agree to refund the money paid for Mlo na on re turn of the empty boxes If tbe pnrchaier te Is us that It has failed to cure dyspepsia or atom ach troubles This guarantee covers two 50c boxes or a months treatment- S Signed Mi oua is a remarkable preparation that tones up the digestive organs and quickly gives perfect health and strength Ienny can toll you of many of bis ens tomera who recommend MI o na because it cured them letter than all testlmonl p all though is the guarantee under which Mlona IB sold It Is a plain pos s hive statement that If this remedy does of indigestion it willnot relieve you cost you absolutely nothing THE Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign otTer ol Its Sunday and dally edition from now until utter the November election for tl Ttys Is about a cent a copy and Is not only tbo cheap but the bet dem dally you can get 1est tboorgan you can read during proicnt campaign This otllce will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must InvariablY accompany It Puts an End to It All 1A grievous wall oftlmes comes as result of unbearable Palo from over 1n organs DUzlucsi Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thor ough Try them Only 2 Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I t oe A Few Remarks From The Prohibition Candidate In becoming the prohibition nand date for Congress I appeal to the good citizenship of the 8ih district for your support Not because you owe it tome but because you owe it to yourselves and to your children All relig I ious denominations differ In some re spects ono from tbe other But all arc agreed that the saloon Is the greatest enemy to the church and tbe home The prohibition party Is the only party that stands for the complete ov ertnrow of tbe license liquor traffic If you are for this I am entitled to your vote It Is bettor to vote for what you want and not getlt than to throw your voto away on some license party for what you do not want and gent I have voted tbe prohibition ticket straight for the last 10 years Had I voted with either of the license parties my belle would have been so muchllke tbe distillers brewers and saloon keepers that the Angola oould not have told one from the other I am proud of that record 1 believe God wilt approve It Toe prohibition party Is tbe defender of the borne and the cburoo Since Its organization 30 years ego numerous political parties based on whimsies Ideas have sprung Into existence and passed away The democratic red re publican parties have Oiled the mis stone for which they were created Today they stand united In favor of sound money and liquor license their only issue being which side will poll the most votes next fall The prohibition party comes to you with an Issue that shapes the destiny of nations Witness Bel bazzer with a thousand or his drnnken lords Alexander tbe worlds conqueror bowing to the sceptre of King Bicnus Our own beloved country Is staggering on to tbe same destiny The prohibition party come knock log at the door of the Christian con suleoce asking that YOU settle aright an Issue that will gladden the hearts ot thouiaods of outraged wives and moth ers In our land It comes with an Is sue that will bleu millions yet unborn sod though crushed to earth and ground to atoms lu name will neverdle Statistics show that for every dollar of revenue paid Into our treasuries municipal State sad national It costs UO 60 to proylde for tbe paupers and prosecute the criminals made by the accursed traBlc I mention one of tbe numerous In stances that I call to mind A tw years ago In Junction Olty Boyle ooun ty Kr a dispute arose over tbe tuy neat for one glass of beer Maj Well tbe town marshal was killed another man shot and tbe saloon keeper seen to tbe penitentiary This case alone oust tbe Commonwealth over 11 600 Some olalm the liquor tratlic can never be abullibed OQ ye of little Ultb Know ye not that history repeats lutli You would not have believed that In less than five years from tbe day Abe raham Lincoln was first elected presl dent that eight millions of creatures that were bought and sold like sheep and cattle would be transformed Into American citizens and each of their votes would count forms much as tbe president ll cost millions ot dollars and oceans of blood but It was done When public sentiment demanded that the Louisiana State lottery should cease It was done Tbe same govern meD that says for so many dollar you can make so many gallons of liquor can just as easily say you eball not mako It at all As a candidate for tbe Legislature on the prohibition ticket last vear In Lleooln county SIO ballots wore ofH clallv counted for me and over 200 were thrown out There votes were all free will offerings unbougbt and unbegged Oh that all who claim to know the Lord and love homo and tbo church would prove It at the ballot box A W CARPENTER Siok Headache For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of ft very severe character She doctored with several eminent physic Una and at a great expense only to grow worse until she was unable to do- an kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and to today weigh moro than she ever did before and is real well says Mr Geo K Wright of New London Now York For salo by nil druggists To tbo World Fair via Queen 5 Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W 0 Rlnearaon G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky eggThe Finance Committee of the General Council refused to grant tbq re quest from tbo Knights of Pythias menial Association for financial as stance The association asked for about I500 N NEWS NOTES Mrs John Melvin is dead at Lon doniA disastrous forest Ore Is raging west of Hamilton Moot Great damage has been done to rail and wagon roads In Arizona by rains A Negro crap game resulted In tbe killing of Jim Uarrett by Manuel Dow ling at Adalrvllle Tile Russian section In the Art Palace at tbe Worlds Fair has finally been thrown open to the public A young Italian was shot to death In New York because be bad disclosed to tbo police secrets ot the alleged Black Hand In honor of the christening of his son and bolr tbe Cur has Issued a man Ifesto bestowing many benefits upon his subjects Four masked men held up tbo paymaster of the ORonrlce Construction Company near Paterson N J and robbed him of 15090 A petition has been mailed to tbe President asking him to Intervene In behalf ot the men departed from Crip pie Creek last Saturday Mrs Cordolla Botkln who caused tbe death of Mrs John Dunning at Den von by means of poisoned candy has been sentenced to life Imprisonment Private Costello a member of Company I Ninth Infantry at Watortown N k threw pepper In a sentrva eyes and tried to escape but was fatally shotLightning destroyed the 110000 mar ble monument In the cemetery at Knox villa It was paid for with donations from ex Federal soldiers of Tennes see A proposal to be made before tbe In terparliamentary Conference at St Louis next month Is that the President of tbe United States be authorized to call a general peace conference Tbe supreme lodge ot Knights of Pythias has changed a clause in Its constitution leaving tbe suspension of members for nonpayment of dues solely in the hands ot the subordinate lodges W W Rogers vice president ot the NealMaywell Grocery Company of Nashville has been arrested on tbe charge of conspiracy to commit arson larceny embezzlement and fraudulent breach of trust There Is no danger of a race war and no necessity for a separate coach la- In Washington county Ind for Ne groes do not live In Salem or at any other place In the county No Negro voto has ever been cat In that county- A sensation was caused In Washing ton financial circles by the llllng of a bankruptcy petition by three nations banks against Thomas F Waggaman a wellknown real estate and Insur ance man A vast sum of money is In volved and the Catholic University figures prominently Tbe Standard Oil Company Well No 10 on tbe John E Heard farm In Cumberland camo In at a depth of 040 fet and according to a test made with tbe sand beller It will produce over 400 barrels a day At a depth of 300 feet in this well a stream of salt water was struck which gushed 40 feet high Col J 0 Oraddock president ot the Kentucky Association of Mexican War Veterans of Paris has sent out notlQ cation to members In the State to tbe effect that the association will meet In Loulsyllle Sept 13 The meeting there Is mainly for the purpose of mobilizing the members of the association for tbe purpose of attending In a body tbo Na tlocal Reunion of Mexican War Voter tot In St Louts Sept 15 The Ken tacky Association has a membership of about 55 Gov Terrell of Georgia on his re turn to Atlanta from St Louie at once appointed a special court to conduct an Inquiry Into tbe conduct of tbo State mllltla In connection with the recent lyncblngs at Stalesboro and In Bullocb county The Executive says that when ha left Georgia for St Louis bo was sot Informed as to the threatening con ditions at Stalesboro Ho bad detailed troops for attendance at the trial of tho murderers of tbe Hodges family but was left under Impression that tbo law would be allowed to take Its course He withholds any official cen sure but says the responsibility shall bo placed where It belongs and the guilty punished 1 Violent Attack of Diarrhoea cured by Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a life saved- A short time ago I was taken with n violent attack of diarrhoea anti believe I would have died if I had not gotten reo lief says John J Patton a leading cit Ittn of Patton AahA friend recom mended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a 25c bottle and after taking three doses of It J was entirely cured I consider it the best Remedy in tho world foi bowel com I plaints For sale by all druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John T Houchlns of Anderson coun ty Is dead of typhoid fever Thomas Skaggs was run over and killed by a belt line train at Middles boroWill Ross was bopo the hip by tbe accidental discharge of his pistol at Co lumbla Mrs John Divine and Misses Sarah Pbllllps and Kate Harmon died In Mercer county Monday Everything Is In readiness for tbe Knights of Pythias fair which opens at Nlcbolasvllle Tuesday Tall Williams of Grays Branch Greenup county was shot and killed at Hanging Rock 0 by Marshal Wool umTwo of the tramp who held up and robbed Miss Eva Hampton were cap tured by Cap V G Multlkln at Wll more Chief of Police Van Debar of Mid dlesboro captured Elias Carey wanted In Winchester for the alleged murder of Miss Nannie Taylor Ambrose Portwood died In Lexing ton from tbe effects of an operation for appendicitis Be was a grandson of Judge T Z Morrow Of Somerset and was 16 years old Coroner Kelly returned a verdict ofI accidental death In tbe case of Hugh Mann who tiled of a selfinflicted I wound In Louisville Mann lived in Harrodsnurg tormerlyI George Barton a well mer chant of Gray Knox county shot and killed himself It Is not known just what led him to do the deed but bo bad been In 111 health for some time Guy Hundley of Danville has ar ranged to enter The Nautical Preparatory School which Is to be conduct ed aboard the ocean steamer Pennsyl vania Be will sail from Providence R I Sept 15 fora tour of nlnemontbs Dolpb Bailey colored who would baye been discharged from Castle Tlmony after atTving a sentence of 510 lays for selling whisky was arrested on aslmllar charge of old standing and the chances are that be will get another 0ateaceNolTborlal of Mrs Imogene Holmes Lyle which was to have taken place at Danville was postponed until next week In order that Mr Lvle tbe husband ot the defendant could be present Mr Lyle did not attend but was represented by her attorneys- A Southern freight train crashed Into a Q it C switch engine at Burgle demolishing tbe switch engine a ca boose and several cars of pig Iron and lumber Engineer Joe Goodbody of tbe switch engine jumped In time to save being crushed todeatb Engineer enltlopiamong some susialnlng several slight Injuries con sisting of a crushed hand and several cuts and bruises Mrs James N Sharp wife of Corn monwealths Attorney James N Sharp ot Wllllamsburg was fined for whip ping does Ida Ferris at the letters room In Mrs Johnsons boarding house at Jelllco Mrs Sharp according to tho evidence entered Miss Ferris room and proceeded to whip her after taking from her a diamond ring which Mre Sharp claimed belonged to her and had been given to Sites Ferris by Mr Sharp Chief of Police Fine suc ceeded In separating tbe women and arrested Sire Sharp Miss Ferris was formerly Mr Sharps stenographer at Wllllamsburg AUGUST The month of highest temperatures fitly derives IU name from that ot tbe Emperor Augustus who was tbe warm baby In tho bunch do fascicule insane calldlsilmus f- In August sin goes down to the sea bore Iud tbe churches close their doors Politicians lie low just enough in fact to keep their band In Tbe leisure classes are more violent ly leisurely then over Summer girls roll up their elcoyea and acquire a coat of arms tan Hay fever la In the public eye Vacations are gone ODi fewer noses are being held to the grind stone more are being blistered and business Is cor respondingly dull Love is cheap and talk eternal It Is the time of hearts bammacks and hallucinations of happiness made up of carbolic acid gas and flavoring extract Suicide Prevented I The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered I will interest many A run down eye tern or despondency invariably precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely The first thought of sell destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its alro a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only SOc Satis faction guaranteed by Ieapy Druggist l1 0OO For your choice of nny of our fancy suits goods that sold fur 14 18 and 20a SIX DOLLARS For your choico ofany of our 860 or 1000 suits There are a good tunny weeks of hot weather ahead and you win afford to wear a new suit at those prices T o miLLER Danville KB THE GLOBE Superior Grain DrillsJf JI As an evidence of the superiority of the Supe rior Drill there are more of them in use in this t county than all the others together Nothing inferior I is imitated If your drill needs nn bring it in now do not wait until you to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Disc getJrendyILever Harrows W H HIGGINS f I l STANFORD KY r pumps Pumps I r I am a pump man allover and I sell the Pumpiugest Pumps that over was Pumpeland if they dont Pump where I say they will Pump I will not Pump any money out of the bet tom of your I soil Pumps from 82 to 810 and from 9 to200feet deep THE BUCKEYE FORCE PUMPS needs no introduction THE RED JACKET PUMP is iSOt6t-S to fix You can replace the valves without t Pump from well with nothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work dune on short notice and eatisfac 1 tfon guaranteed Phone 116 i SaH ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky Tle Straightest Road Is The Shortest Road 1 If you want pure drugs como to us IfJJIST t We understand what purity is and how cs t sential it is in our business Wo dont toler I ate adulterations or makeshifts The to have our goods pure and the knowledge tofguide us in selecting them frees you from all risk Yon want to buy pure drugs we want to sell them J Dr W N CraigPharmacistSta- nford GO Kontuckyj W B McRoberts FOR 1 LAN GARDENSEED 1STANFO LANDRETHSGARDEN tI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PATNTSiI 0lJ 1 Q0 jrTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 E Co WALTON t DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Presitlevtf ALTON BROOKS PARSER tf Nero York r For Ittt Prmdttt HENRY DAVIS of 1Pesf Virginia For Jiidgt Fifth ApjxUt District JUDGE JAMES E CANTRILL Of Georgitotrn THIRTYSIX naval vessels were com pleted In July or aro under construc Lion Of these 14 are battleships elgh are armored crullers two are gunboat 6 and five torpedo boats Il will be nec essary to Increase the number of officers and men In the service In order to I these vessels Into commission and so I ROBS with an ever Increasing expen to keep up the show of a world power when Judge Parker truly says we hav been a world power for 100 years HUN A R BCRNAM thought when there wes such a row and rumpus over the nomination of Judge Cantrlll for appellate judge that he would run again and succeed himself Now that the democrats have quieted down Judg Buroam baa changed hU mind and will attend to his pressing private bust ness and let politics alone r REALIZING that they can not elect their own candidates the populists are trying to break Into the ranks of the republican party on the principle that two extremes should meet- POLITICAL Whitley county republicans will nom mate county officers by a primary Oct 15 Dr J M Ferguson of Muhlenberg county was appointed Second Assist ant Physician at the Western Asylum- at Hopklnsvllle by Gov Beckbam Holland Whltaker Indicted for complicity In the murder of Gov Goe bel Is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Butler coun ty Former Lt Goy Timothy Woodruff of New York says the coming republl I can State convention at Saratoga will j be left to an absolutely untrammeled choice of a candidate for governor President Roosevelt weighed 185 pounds before he became president and now weighs 208 A correspondent says 40 pounds of this weight Is teeth and the remainder gall Glasgow Times Judge J S Odell who baa been ac actively engaged In making the race for renomination as couuty judge of Anderson county has announced his withdrawal from the race and has also resigned the office President Roosevelts administration 1 for four years has added 818000000 aI month or 1600000 day or 12600 an hour more to the cost of GovernmentI than was paid during the last tour years of President Clevelands Admin Istratlon New York World Hon John G Carlisle was the guest of Judge Parker at Roaemount It Is stated that there Is no certainty of Judge Parker making any speeches In the West In connection with his trip to St Louis or otherwise A close friend said that no stumping tour would be undertakenThe men on the Eleventh District committee failed to attend the London meeting yesterday and the Edwards members adjourned to Sep tember 1 prior to which time they will apply to some Circuit Judge In the die trlct for a mandatory Ipjunctlon to compel the attendance of the others The certified returns received by D C Edwards show that he received 989 votes In Bell county and that 659 votes were cast for Dr Hunter In order to give Dr Hunter a majority over Ed wards Byerlys Committee gave Hun ter 1700 votes In Bell 1131 more votes than were cast for him London Dem ocratIThe name of Dr W Godfrey Hunter as nominee of the Republican party for Congress In the Eleventh congressional district was certified to the Secretary- of State for the position under the log cabin device on the official ballot The certificate was flied by Mr Bosworth of Mtddlesboro for Dr Hunter and It Is signed by W W Byrley of Bell county as chairman and D D Fields of Letcher county as secretary pro tern of the Republican Committee for the a district It Is the only certificate flied as yet from the district and entitles DrHunter to the party emblem on the I ballot V I tI IiI L An Important opinion was rendered by Attorney General Hays In which he holds that all life Insurance policies I are property within the meaning of the constitution and statutes of KentuckyI and are subject to taxation In the bands of the holders at their cash surrender valueFormer Secretary of the Treasur John G Carlisle and John P Frcnzel of Indiana were among the callers at National democratic headquarters In New York John T McGraw and a Weet Virginia delegation also called to ask that a vigorous campaign be start ed at once In that State Chairman Taggart was advised of three appointments by W J speakingI vada and Missouri Here and There Russians declare that the Japanese bave lost 28000 men in the siege o Port Arthur Albert Davis and Dave Fields wife murderers were hanged on the same scaffold at the same time at Rolling Fork Miss As the result ofa caveIn on the Knoxvllle and Augusta branch of the Southern railroad two men were killed and four Injured Through a conspiracy the Western Union Telegraph Company was defrauded out of 81100 at Memphis St Louis and Chicago S N Leonard president of the sudLdenly and unexpectedly at his home there of heart trouble Rear Admiral Slgsbeo Is assembling all the ships of the Caribbean squad thesreve olution Pensioneshows fiscal year ending June 3 lOCH 47374 persons were added to the rolls and 43 820 pensioners died leaving a total of 994752 names on the rolls Sheriff M G Bach and Deputies Bar rler and Brldgeman have arrested Al Virgileand Marshall Ball and Alvlo Dean and lodged them In jail at Monticello on the charge of murderlpg Levi Wool ridge near Parnell Saturday evening E J Lyon of Augusta Ga bought of Bob Wood of Goodnight a lot of big mules at an average price of 1200 They also bought a pair of big Iron gray mare mules 5 years old 16 hands high said to be the best pair of mules In the county for 1450 Glasgow Times The Ralhbonc Sisters were officially recognized by the Supreme Lodge of the Knights of Pythias as an Independ ent auxiliary of the order The lodge adopted a resolution denying thecbarge that tents were stolen from the camp at Western Park by members of the Uniform Rank A Wllllamsburg dispatch says Wm Bryant was shot and killed near the Pulaskl line Bryant was returning VtbpeopleThe shot passed through the back of his head and wounded another man In the arm The killing was the result of ac old feud The murderer escaped Hundreds of Japanese guns are still pouring a deadly fire IntoPort Arthur and dispatches from Japanese sources say the Russian lines have been weak ened and that the entire line of de fenses Immediately about the harbor is within range of the guns of the Mi kadoa attacking forces A number of Russian forts and batteries continue to be vigorous and the death roll will be heavily Increased before they are cap Lured The Japanese are supremely confident of the result and the people- of Toklo are decorating the houses and streets In preparation for a national celebration of the expected victory HIGHLAND Henderson Young Is building a new house nearer the pike Whooping cough has made Its appearance In our vicinity Burton d Bunch have moved their saw mill near J H Carters Cook Bros have quit running their saw mill for the present and are fur ebbing timber for Coffeva mill J M Young has sold a part of his farm about 50 sores Including the house to N P Wright of Bee Lick for 1500 Miss Rosa Meier who has been spending several days with hometolks returningbyMeier and Mr Gover went to Somerset IndianapolisisLeacb of Lexington are visiting their grandfather George Cummings Wm Griffin of Parlor Grove Is visiting his daughter Mrs B Prlvltt Mrs Warren after spending a few days with Mrs Flora Walls has returned to Stanford Mrs E B Austin and Miss Myrtle visited Mrs Jack Walls on South Fork this week The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results In death Thus a mere scratch insignificant cuts or puny bolls have paid the death penalty It Is wise to have Buck lena Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcer and Piles threaten Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS IRev P Walker will preach his last sermon of this Conference year at his church at Moreland The meeting at SundayIducted by Revs J Livingston I J W Hagln will likely continue beenyto Rev Robert L Busaabarger a graduate of Kentucky University Lexing ton left for Seattle Wash where he goes to assume the pastorate of the llnl churchn last sermon of this conference year at Mc Kendree church Hubble next Sunday It Is generally hoped that this I good man will be returned toihecnarge here and at McKondree The South District Baptist Arsocla Tuesdayfvisitors in attendance The organisa tion resulted In tho election of J L Bruce of Danville us moderator and E B Fox also bf Danville clerk The annual demon was delivered at 11 oclock by tho Rev O M Buey of this place No Substitute Offered Rey what you will about druggists of faring something just as good because it pays a better profit the fact still stands that 99 out ot 100 druggists recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when the best remedy for diarrhoea Is asked for and do so because they know It is the one remedy that can always be depended upon even in the mOIl severe and dangerous cases Sold by all druggists Negroes fought a pistol duel on the streets of Louisville and two women who were passing were wounded SAVE MONEY I eacalvedcheaperthanlnKINO 100x SloreUnd Kv FOR SALE I A small bluegrass farm new house wltb outbuildingsnicestate of cultivation Situated near Hedge vllle Boyle county Ky For particulars Marktburyor The Calvert Vise Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave Str Louis THE Joseph Price Infirmary I li open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseased and for con i cubtotonal bllla due when services are rendered and must two paid promptly For Sale Privately My house and II acres of land situated lust outside of town limit on the Somerset pike Homo has S rooms kitchen and ser Taft room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one for stock J P 11AILEV FOR SALE I The wellknown OldPort Pharmacy To drugstoreIs going West Nearest competitor Is three squareSYesttory rapidly Improving Situated In the FastabIlsheddecided bargain Address OLD KyNBD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable- S Depot Street STANFOHD KY MenYoure handled on commission Stock Pens In ConnectionsL Only 100 Daily g Sun- dayDemocrat 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 IFOR SALE Berkshire hops Southdown and high grade steep of troth sexes John dUele Carpenter Ilnstoavlle Ky A S JPRICJB SUTfeOBDaatlBt j stanford KJ oleos McBoUruDrnt Storiniks Owils BoUdlnr Farm For Sale 1 On account of IllJio lth I desire to 0111 privately mv farm of 10 acres located In Improlemenhjfruitwhole or divide Small bonus on lower part O B 1IAHNETT- Hustonvlllc Ky Dripping Springs- Spoars Fisher Mgr A delightful Summer retort Splendid table reasonable rates best writer lu the country Write for particulars 1ostofllce Dripping Springs ICyIDr O S Wiliiams1 DENTIST All work guaranteed and ron sonablo- Hustonvlllo Kentucky GaD PeytonDEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Iffldway saloon COOD RICE Prors Klne t wines whisky and beers Special whuleaale dealers Lexington famous flue Oran feet date keg and bottled 0 Brent E1011tbwood mixer Fbone M Stan ford K- yEVEftYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying 1 icpretent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and directors I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory aa my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same u Inex icrtenced men who are in the business 1 also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If YOU desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours H C RUlLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbad hunting Biblng or any kind of tree passing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z fipoonamore T M Uolmei n F J B Camenlich Peter Balmer W n Johnson Mrs Mary Olvena David Stephens James M White and wife Canon II P Hawkins Mra Mary lu Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A n Root em F Reynolds Morgan Iluraphrey O T VTIIhon Charles Enulln J IL MeAllste- rUn Kate Ador Helcbenbaeli Bras Fred VonOruunlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllixan Fred llaiiuann Stanford Granite I Marble Co rI IXCORPOHATEU Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers ta lets etc from our own Lincoln county stone recent ly discovered the analysis of which proves It to be of the finest quality ThU stone Is In several colors vvecnn also furollhstand ard material from any other quarries In the world Phone main oflleo ilL Boone pre Stanford or T J Toter branch office McKlnnsy Ky Administrators Sale Sept 8 1604 t estateAa ocmlnlstrator of J V Coffey deceased I will our for sale and with the consent of Joseph Coffey their en tire farm of 309 acres of as good land as Is In the county with residence and all Ul- CarYlutbulldlogl a good burn 2 of them very large fencing plenty of stock water all In except about 80 acres The farm laywell on tie Uusiouvllle and Daovlllo pike in neighborhood and In one mile of depot on 0 8 Road f not sold before the 8th of September will then be sold to the highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal property consisting of hay off of 85 acre millet seed oil of as acres wheat off of 80 acre corn off of 11 acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling mule 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder 2 mowing mschlges1 disc harrow as good as new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plantar I Oliver Chill plow No 201 corn sheller 2 A harrow 1 hay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 hay frames one hslf Inter est in II acres of tobacco SO to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed 16000 tobacco sticks some old corn I buggy and harness 1 saddle bridle and blanket 250 locust posts for wIre fence 100 white oak posts for post rail fence 50 locust poets for post rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun 1 gold watch I 11 ver watch l farm roller as heirp brakes 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows onodordeslrleg to leo the place can Joseph Ootrey on the place and we will show them will begin at 0 oclocklharp bave 11 harel of turn toCk ithen illddleburg LIberty turnpike 1U ihares of stock In the Mid dleburgCemetery TCRMerThe wm be sold for one third cash Valance on one and two years time with lieu on land W A CornY Muir TOM Esauwi Auc h OranULeaUcrlWe It thave purchased and are receiving daily t 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 than our competitors We appreciate your past favors and as we have alwalys done your money back if youre not satisfied with your purchase very Respectfully i THE GRAND LEADER lOW8LEY IIUMK tll Ofll AIM B Ltny O Co S B Lovyt Mastic Mixed lit Paint IB smile of Pure Letul and KIuc thoroughly tuixcnl with Lui seal OH For ml shots about tllO durability stud quality or thin paint you have only to oAk these who have u ell it ami know Price 8135 per gallon PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Stanford Male And Female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY rsttua upeIeneedpoint of view of the pratiral and tbat which lead to the highest degree of gcaieral cal tutu We earnestly sollrlt the ro praUun of all who are InlfrnlM In l4l1eatlQllalIwork OSfAU H ALLIS Ih U Principal i ITheand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentuckyr ILettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky TO Tilt FARMERS fl This is tho proper season to put up 1 WOVEN WIRE FENCE We sell THE AMERICAN tho best made Call and see us before buying your fence W E Perkins Crab OrchardIKy C McCormackDealer in GroceriesHardwareTlnware Fresh meats and fish daily High ProduceC R McCormack Hustonville t1 a 4t OUR CUSTOMERS ATTENTION I The Fall Season will soon be on and will begin bombarding you with our offerings of DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE We Have and are Still Putting Forth the Greatest Effort of our Business Career to get Before You the Very BEST ASSORTMENT EverythingElseUse us Use our Store Use our Goods I SEVERA1fC E SON srrANFORDr t r THTINRJOURNAL I STANFORD KY Av al 1001 d WE aro inendlac oath time nod moo ey oa the thorough equipment of our prescription department and a a result our prescription buitneti bu almost doubled thls year We feel that we are able to give you thorough and reliable work and at the same time pure drugs tait what your doctor wlthei Penny Drug PERSONALS PROS L R HCOUBS was In Leba non Tuesday MI89MAMIB WlilTB Shed friends In LouUvllle Mil 0 R COLBMAN went to Louis llllo Wednesday Mn E D NBWLAXD oi Brodhcad t was her yesterday I MRS BUD QDOCII of the tUngivllIe eeiloo fa very 111 MRS DR STBBLB BAILBY U very III with typhoid fever Miss MARY HUDSON oPDanvtlle U with Min Katie Henley MR OBOHQB D FLORKCCB will read law under Col T P BUI MRS RUXAHBTII DIOUINS It visit + UK friends at Crab Orchard MISS lUA tlOLOAW of Grab Orab inS U with the Mtuei Menefee MR AND MRS IDB AUSTIN will- move to Stanford from Htdgevllla MIUBR SAVNDRRS went to Camp balUvllle yesterday to visit his sister Dins SI ALLK and Billie Taylor Wood are attending the Worlds Fair MRS O M RUBY and ohlldren are visiting her parent In Boone county I Miss MAROARET MILLER 01 Rich mond is wltb Mill Dollto MoRoberu MR AND MRS o P DROWN of Liberty were tbe Rueiu of Mr James Nassert Miss POLLY DUAXB TRAYLOR ipent several daywith Miss Katie Simpson at Lancaster MRS C L CARTER left yesterday orolog to Join her bu band at the World Pair DR DCIIDBTT RAMBBY and wife of Oarrard are with their datchter Mr John fright Jf Miss NANNIE KBNNBDY of Knox vlllol with the family of her father Mr K D Kennedy MR R R GENTRY U ailing W E YarooVt place at John Trailer die tlllery while the latter it In North y Carolina with his family D B SKINNDR of OnitOnvIUc took yesterday mornings train for StoDcga Va where bo hat a good position MR WILL SEVERANCE who U back from helby vllle says that Miss Vir ginia Plckett is considerably better Miss MAOOIE LAWHBNCH who has typhoid fever is Improving under the careful nursing of Mu SabraMoLluro- MBSSRS JOHN W DROWN and 0 C Wllllamt wont to Parkivllle yesterday to attend tbe burial of Col Sam M Durdett DR I S WESLEY and wife of Lib erty pkiied through to Drodhead Tues day to eee her mother Mrs Durham who is very n- loMit JOHN W WATTS of HarrIman Tenn was bore for atbort while Tuc day We are glad to know that be U prospering tn hie adupted homer I TilE young men gave a bay ride Tuesday evening In honor or MIll MIn- erva Kmbry of Lexington who le vie Ring Miss Arethuia NVoAlliter- MR BRYAN CARPENTER whole con ceded with the National Cash Reglo ter Co Of Dayton 0 Is with his par- r eels Mr and Mr A W CarpcoterI MRS W T DAVIS of Plnevllle whoI bas been with her brothers at King syule took Wednesdays train for herI home Her titter Mrs Josle InmanI of Trinidad Col accompanied her MISSES LUCILLE COOPER and Etta Dells Cloyd will go to Mlddletboro to morrow to visit Mitt Virginia Warren From thero Mil Cooper will go to Morgantown N C to teach In tho noted School for the Deaf there t Mn WILLIAM BUNN formerly of Rowland but now living at Bedford Ind writes that be has a good position at that place and that he likes the Booster State tpendldly He lent his regard to his Lincoln county friends Y MRS STUART and handsome young son who have been at Crab Orchard for the past month came up Tuesday to tee bow Holdam was behaving him sell Finding everything satisfactory the returned Saturday morning PltU f burg Cor Mountain Democrats s MR W W SAUKDKRB It attending tbo London fair DR E J BROWN went to LIvlngiton j Tuesday to see a patient Miss LULA CHJIIBTUAN returned yesterday tram a visit to friend In Loulivlllo MR JOHN P JONBS returned from the attics yesterday wbera ho bought i stack af Fall goods MRS HENRY HOLORRMAN le with her husbands parents at Springfield Mr Holdorman will join her to marrow LOCALS lOB cream frceaer at con to uloio I out Ceo U Farrli k Co- IF this weather 0 It hot foijl you you are indeed bard to please I Slats Olympian Springs water It on j sale at Pennyt Drug Store Try a bot tie JUDGE BEN P ROACH Hanna fo- Cal 4 Dan L Moore says tbe latter It In the Congressional raee to stay and that ho will win easily Tile Joseph Price Infirmary agal open for tbe reocptlon of patient Tbl s It tbe 10th year of that plendld InttU lutlon exlitenoe IT b unlawful to kill or pursue wit I Intent to kill or to have In posses lion when killed any rabbit or iqulrrel between the ISih of September and tbe 16th of November THE Columbia fair effort free admission to all people over 70 year If you aro three score and 10 and want to tee a good show of stock gratis you had better light out this morning SOME furniture 0 will b told at tbo tale of Alex Traylor per tonally on Aug 30 Including a comb nation bureau secretary and book lara of oberry walnut wardrobe loom spinning wheels Ac IT PAYS TO AUvlCKTtSRYeterday morning a pocket book Wit found and brought to this office to be advertised In 10 minutes after tbe notice was pa- In t type Mr M D Moore tho owner called and proved his property TUB Graded School will open Moo day Sept 12 with a full corps of teach urn Trustee H J MoRobert tolls UI that the vacancy caused by the re Ig nation of Mrs J C MaClary will be filed by aa experienced Tennessee la dy A luccctior to Mrs Mary J Coob rao who alto rl oed will bo named i In ample time- CAnrtoLL did not attend tbe Springfield fair but two of hit horse aro there taking blue tlee Doo Drye has Preston and be won In the saddle ilalllon ring Capt Penny his bay gelding u In Bud James band and be woo In the roadster ring and alto In the double team ring defeating RE God darda pair and Pllimant great team HlATT Will lastaged6 died of typhoid fever at ble home on tho Dan villa pike at 1230 Wednesday morning and was burled at 4 oclock that after noon after service at the grave by Rev O M Buoy Mr Hlatt was a hard working clever young man and tho announcement of hit death will bo received with sorrow wherever ho I known Hit mother and several broth era and titter survive BURDETT Col Sam M Burdclt who for years was tbo correspondent of this paper at Mt Vernon died at June Lion City Tuesday of n complication of diseases Ho came to that place about six weeks ago from Chicago for his health but had grown gradually worse ever since he reached Kentucky Tbe deceased was born 50 years ago In Pu laikl county Ho read law under the late Hon J S VanWInklo In Danville and In 1832 WII elected county attorney of Rockcasilo county on tho demo cratic ticket although the county was overwhelmingly republican Several year later ho became a member of the CourierJournal staff and since that time he had benn engaged In newspa per work In different cities Ho was a writer of great ability and for several years occupied a position on the editorial staff of the ChlcagoTlmet Herald and was at ono time a Washington cor respondent For some time prior to his death bo had boon a member of tbo ed itorial staff of tho Chronicle Col Durdett was a most affable gentleman and tbo legion of friends who loved the bighearted bigbrained man sorrow at hit taking away r LOAD of Armours Fertilizer a IICAR Hlgglnt A LITTLE daughter of Sam Tbur mood colored died of whooping sad was burled yesterday IHAltny FAQUBR ton of Tbomat bad a linger out off while working with a outting boxIITilE great SomerietfalrbcglniTuet day and continues over Friday Better go if you want to have a good time FOR TThelittle m on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky JOHN MBTOALK charged with tbe murder of hie brother le on trial at Lancaster Judge M C SauOey of this place is the leading attorney for the detente THERE came to my place about three week ego a light red steer weigh 800 pound Owner can get tame by paying for hit keep and tbli notice T M Ba tee Crab Orchard Ky 0 1TUEIR frlendt deeply eympaihn with Mr and Mrs W T Beck In too bee of their little twoyearold dough ter whose light went out Wedneiday after a lingering illness THE LAN will run an excursion train to Louisville Sunday Sept 4 at II 75 ibe roundtrip Two coaches will be used for white people exclusively The train will leave Stanford at 0 A M PRBSIDBNT R H BRONAUUH of the Crab Orchard Fair ft Racing Associa flan who was here yesterday told ut that ohecktfor dividend and a state ment of tbe financial condition of thee aitoolaiton would be mailed tomorrow A GOOD many peoole eame to the clr sae Monday but the circus didnt come and tbe disappointment was great We learn that Sells Downs route con flicted with John Roblnioni and tbe former did not want to tackle the lat ter MDNDAYMiesMary Munday aged 30 died at the home of Mrs Ma lllda Belden at Rowland after an 111 Des of several years of a complication of trouble Tbe burial took place In Buffalo cemetery at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon after a funeral discourse by Rev O M Huey Mil Munday was a pretty and attractive young lady with many friends who deeply deplore her death ENCAMPMENTThe soldiers who wore tbe blue as well as those who wore the grey will bold their annual encampment at the camp grounds near Klngsvllle Sept S 0 10 A big time is expected Jamas T Jones the Stan ford restaurant man will furnish dinner each day The program le at fol Jaw Pint day speaking by old veterans Second day political speakers Third day sneaking by Maccabeet Music furnished by a good band ATTENTION Is called to the stagnant condition of St Asapb Creek It needs flooding and needs It badly and It should be done before more cases of ty phoid fever develop Let the good work be done at once LATER Dr J F Peyton a member of the board of health says that an abundance of lime will be put la tbe creek and on the bank which will be better than a preBectbortbe done today MATRIMONIAL Samuel Yocum and MUs Laura Da vore were married yellerdayIA Georgetown ditpatchiayi At thoI home of her brother Inlew Rpv J6 leph Soveranceat Newtown this coun ty Miss Henry Halbert pnd William B Harp a young farmer were married- It was learned here yesterday that Hiram McElroy private secretary to Dr J S Redwlne superintendent of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum and Min Pearl Gilmore daughter of Dr and Mrs C L Gilmore of Covlogton were married April 17 In Columbus 0Isays a Lexington dispatch Ollie Huffman son of Mr O P Huffman and Mln Annie Robinson of Harrodiburg eloped to Jelitco and were joined heart and hand On their return they came to the home of rbeI groom where they are now domiciled Tbe marriage Is the result of a court chip of over two years WQ are told Mr Huffman Is a clever eeergetle- t exceedIID 1ElIt Main Street at 11 oclock Wednesday morning Miss Mary Elizabeth Menofee and Mr George P Maury wero made husband and wife in a pret ty ceremony performed bp Rev O M Huey of the Baptist church A seven course breakfast which was partaken of by tbe 40 or more guests followed after which Mr and Mrs Maury drove to Danville and took the feet train for St Louie After a sojourn of a week or so there they will go tbe lakes and remain during the rest of the heated term From there they will go to Pills burg Pa and reside The bride Is a handsome young woman highly accom pllsbed and exceedingly popular She has a host of admirers who congratu late Mr Maury on the jewel be bill won Mr Maury who Is a most affable gentleman Is a tuccessful business man Iml1laxscene presented when the vows wero taken was a most lovely one Miss Vir ginia Bourne presided at the organ The bride wore a delicate muslin IIOWOI trimmed In handsome lace and the ventlonal bridal veil adorned her heaitd Four little nieces of tbe groom et Mitchell and Prewltt of Fayetiej acted at flower girls CHAS JOHNSON LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smiloy Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Reasonable Call and see me Phone at Residence PIANO TUNING r Fifteen years experience Win M Ay its piano tuner li now In town to tune and repair pianos ano organatis faction guaranteed Out of town work shed A BusinessOpportunity- I will sell or exchange fora small farm my stock of general merchandise located In the best trailnest district ot the belt town of where the Q O railroad li now preparing to enlarge Its present large shops tor the employment of many more I laborers Addrew 14S Somerset I Ky To Wheat Raisers I We will store In our warehouse and eleva tor also handle and take care ot your wheat FREE OP CHARGE Until Dec 110u1 We farther area to pay for the tame the price delivered F O li at More land Station from the cemmk lon mer chants of Cincinnati O D M LIPId A SON iiustonv- 111eAdministrators Sale I The Iwneonal property of AlexandV Tray lor deceased will he at public outer at his rte residence In Lincoln county o Tuesday Aug 3l 1001 It consists of house hold and kitchen furniture terming Imple ments and machinery work horses aiid mules milk cows cattle lags sheep hay wheat corn eto Terms Sums under 810 cash that amount and over J months It on notes wltb good personal security bearing Interest from date j B Paxton Admr Col JP Chandler A- ucCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court P B Roe tc Plulntllh vs Thomas Ramsey Defendant Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court renoere 1ln the above styled action at the June term 1001 the under signed Master Commissioner of the Lincoln circuit court will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1001 About 11f In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky sell at public outcry- to the highest and best bidder the following real estate In Lincoln county Ky consisting ot threo tracts of land let tracts 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 toe North by the poor house or county farm and known as the Holdam tract containing 121 acres more or less Second tract lays on the East side of the Somerset road and Is bounded thus On the North by the 8 Holmes farm on the EasUby tho lands of J Willard South by Willard and West bv the Somerset road and contains S3 acre Third tract Is bounded thus on the South b the Lincoln Land Co on tbe West by the lands Salon and Harris on the North by the lands o Hlpelns and Uresham and Corbln and on the Last by the lands of the John Clark farm and contains 220 acres of land more or less This sale Is made for the purpose of division The three tracts will be sold separately and then as a whole and that price accepted which Is the highest for the three tracts Credit of 0 and 12 month the purchaser or purchaser being required to give for the purchase money with good security payable to the Commissioner and bearing 6 per cent Interest from date of sale 0 B 8AUFLEV M 0 L O O rJNow Is Your Chance I 1 I I I 11 Any of our Womens Misses and Childrens Oxfords and Slippers at what they cost us None reserved You may have your choiceJCUMlINS MCLARY i Clos as ngSeaSOn The time has come when Summer goods must go Our first lines to be sold will be our entire stock of Straw Hats and Ladies and Chil drens Slippers and Boys Low Cut Shoes None of these goods will be sold for more than they cost and much a of it for less Rememberr however the price is CASH r H J AtcROBERTS qt Stanford Kentucky IMPORT SHIPMENT nJust 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 i Plates for 125 and give you one TumblersGEORGE FARRIS a COIX Stanford Kentucky Queen Crescent Route SHORTEST LINE ANDJQUICKEST SCHEDULES 4 BtTwttN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport + and Texas Points FOR INFORMATION RATES TCi ADDRESS D N AIKEN Tray Pllssr Agt 89 E MaIn St Lexington Ky a W A QARRGTT Oen Mgr W C RINEARSON Gen Pass Agt 4 CINCINNATI Kindly remit us amount you are due us on your subscription l L r THE INTERIORJOURNAL Inured n At poiiofflce at Stanford 011 I uicndclou matt- erpabylahdTusd I aym and iaada9m ATI1 PER YEAR CASH Wkin DOt sopaldsjaOO will heeaaneJ i KNOXVILLE DIVISiON North 104 pmjlTrstnfolng SiSOata IIM2II 12 IT a m- NEW II South 12II 12M p m No 23II LIVERY STABLE SW BUSKS k SON Prom i JUNCTION CITY w KY JlrstOlass Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Jay For Bale J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Service at Reasonable Rates Good Livery Dealers inStreet AlsoCall on us on Depot Coal Jesse W Sweeney 4rgorMETOfLivory Feed and Solo StaTslo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up toy date rigs at reasonable rates Qafl TrajlarfDIAL- KR IN Itiisku Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc I IOarplntrDepotSTANFORD KYI attention Nothing but the bet to Prompt drink n1rlle cr telegraph oriers receive MOBCI attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You mar need new carpet mattings oil cloth rura shade lace curtains tack curtain poles frames screens tablespartolst doorl wIndowspasse dresserschaIrs wardrobes conches washstanda bed mattresses chamber suite water letllaDlps chiffon lets folding beds washing machines wring In wall paper carpet paper trunks tele carriage house paInt curtain ycope carpet stretchers etc fi PRUITT BROS and FURNITURE DEALERS 1UNDERTAKERS IN CONNECTION i MORELAND KY of fLUTES BOONE 8 CO a j Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky r wishIng to or sell farmspersons 1willdo well to see us We have a number I of fine Lincoln and adjoining conntr farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone u what we have If you to sell place t U In our hands OfBce at Boone rBtable Stanford Ky I II R B MahonYI Insurance l fluent of the theICasey who may be seeking in surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but ItroDIt t and best OldLine Corn H represented and the low I eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentuckytf LIVERi I TROUBLESaI a good medicine for liver disease A It cured my yon after he had pent + t SlMwllh doctor It sail tbe med iota I take31R9 CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act regularly go to your f secure a package of Thedfords t Black t take a dose This great family constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile j Thedforda BlackDraught- willr cleanse im purities and strengthen the kid neys A invites colds biliousness chills and sickr neys result in Bright disease winch claims as many victims as consumption A centpackage of Thedfords Black keptinDIeckDranRbt tlItWILLIAMDlehead 111 THEDFORDS lACI DRAUGHT I HON D L MOORE of Mercer punt Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed lienG Gilbert sub- Jed to the action of the Democratic Your support Is earnestly 100IcIt1I Q Q GILBERT- Of Shlb It a candidate tot Congress subject to the action of the democratic part R C WARREN- Is a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject b the action of the deowcratk party THOMAS D NEWALND 8R ll a candidate for SherlO of Lincoln county subject U tfie action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It a canaldate for Sheds of Lincoln county subject te toe action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN le candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to its action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate far Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER- Is a candidate for JaHer of Lincoln county subject to Us action of the Democratic perry JAMES C HAYS ll a candidate for Jailer sikject to the action of the liBOcratk party W I HERRIN fi a candidate for JaUer subject to the aeUen of the limocrstk party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candUate for Superintendent of fMk Schools ef Lincoln Oxxity subject to the action of the demo iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candUate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is a candidate for reelection for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to tbl action ef the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candUate for Assessor of Lincoln putty sub led to tile action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subJ- ect to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN- Is a candUate far Assessor of Lincoln eonntysub led to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub led to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEY Is a candUate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for coantyattorBey of Uocotn eowtty subject to the action of the Jrecratk party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination tot State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party AW CARPENTER Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition party PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cleaner ud tmitlflcs the lute nthNerer y floglin SEED FOR SALE I U Blue Orals Seed aud Seed Rye for sale L O Dunn Mt Salem Ky Jw LI Beazley F Co Undertakers and- Embnlmers AtSODaULBISIM FnmltureMatUajjsRtigs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ + YJC Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dellearln SABNBSS SADDLES 0 Stanford Ky Eleven Poor Boys John Adams second president wat the son of a grocer of very moderate means The only start he had was a good education Andrew Jackson was born In a log hut In North Carolina and was reared in the pine wood for which the State ii famousJames K Polk spent the earlier years of his lIfo helping to dig a llloR out of a new farm in North Carolina He wat afterward a clerk In a county toreMillard Filmore was the ion of a- New York farmer and hit home was a humble one He learned tho builnen of a clothier James Buchanan was born In a imall town In tho Allegheny mountain His father cut the loge and bulls the house in what was then a wlldnernesi Abraham Lincoln was the ion of a wretched poor farmer In Kentucky and lived In a log cabin until he was 21 yean old- ADdrew Jackson was apprenticed to a tailor at the age of 10 years by a widowed mother He was never able to attend school and picked up all the education he ever had Ulysses S Grant lived the life of a village boy in a plain house on the banks of the Ohio river until he wai seven Years of age James A Gar eld was born in a log cabin He worked on a farm until be was strong enough to use carpenter tools when he learned tho trade He afterwards worked on a canal Grover Clevelands father was a Presbyterian minister with a mall salary and a largo family The boys had to earn their living William McKloleyi early home was plain and comfortable and his father was able to keep him at ichool Exchange PAINT LICK MUi Emma Blrchel la quite tick Miss Allle Tribble closed her ichoo Monday on account of diphtheria Rev Kerr of Middleburg la bolding a protracted meeting at New Hope Train No 21 had a wreck Tuesday tithe tunnel this side of Point Leave Seven cars were wrecked and cooald erable damage done Mill Kate Ely U visiting friend In Ohio and will go from there to the SL Louts fair Mrs Minnie Jennings 11 visiting In Lancaster Mr George Shepherd of Klrkavllle was here Saturday soliciting puplla for the Klrkavllle high school of whirl Prof Simmons it principal This Is one of the best schools In this section Mr G W Kemper It in Louisville Miss Mattie Thompson of Lancaster Ii the guest of Mrs R L Jennings Mr and Mrs Thomas Holiday of Win- Chester and Mrs Wm Burton of Lex Ington are guests of Mrs Ben Brown Robert Ledforda children are quite sick with diphtheria Miss Agnes Hendenon who Is clerk Ing for R L Young has returned after a weeks vacation Joe Nevlua of Lancaster was here Sunday Mr and Mrs Harve Ralston of Cynth lana an visiting relatives hero Misses Emma Soper and Cora Ward of Cincinnati and Mrs Jonaa Rucker of Ford were the guests of Miss Eliza Rucker Some Philadelphia physicians recent ly were playfully discussing the dlplo ruse to be employed with young moth dpi When I am called to a house where there Ii a baby whose sex I do nol know said one 1 am alwaya embar tasted aa to how to speak of It A mother always feels better If you ask her How la the little girl or How la the little bov as the case may beat she usually takes pride In the sex of tbe child whichever It Is One of the moot famous physicians In the world remarked I never have any trouble In that respect I make It a rule to call all bay bies whose sox la unknown to mo Fran cis The mother doesnt know wheth er I spell It with aril or an e End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stub born fight with an abcess on my right lungwrites F Hughes of Tu Pont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort Itried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet In a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Pen oeys Drug Store Price BOc and 100 Trial bottles free Grade Oh I Stealing lam 1 Im gol itg to tell mamma I FreddieWouldnt you rather have somo jam jHarpers Bazar 4 I find nothing better for liver der iige moot and constipation than Chamber Ulna Stomach and Liver Tablets L F Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale by all druggists i Two white men named Woods end Berry both of Sebree were run over by an L b N freight train near Bus by Station and killed I George Boyce his wife and their six montha old baby were found dead In their room In New York City I Cholera Infantum This disease bas lost its terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea liemcdy canto Into general use The uniform success which attends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints In children has made it a favorite wherever its value has become known For sale by all druggists Landlady How do you find the chicken soup- yBoarderI have no difficulty tn find log soup but tho chicken has 10 far eluded me- Nearly 25000 more men will be add ed to the 30000 building trades strikers now out In New York S Fire In Armour S Cos glue factory at Chicago destroyed property worth 100000 Produce Wanted I eggshensbe convinced at It 11 Nortbcotfi Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I headinglumberprice at Morelaml U H 0 Peyton Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanfordw Kentucky Residence Phone tar Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only IS I use the best of paints sad varnlsbe and guarantee ray work W be flratolaim Call at shop on Som erset street and tee specimen of my work Rouse painting and paper hanging and satisfactorily done J J AEL- DEUMBRELLAS Recovered and edand made almost as good as new for a small amount I can Bx your umbrella better than the tromp repairer and tor lean money Ogre me a trial FBAKK ATKIHI Stanford LAND FOR SALE Au agent for the heirs of harry Fogle man deceased I will on Monday Sept Ir 1004 county court day eels at public outcry In front of the court house In Stan ford a tract of 30 aces of land on Hawk Ins Branch In Lincoln county J B IAXTON BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Raving decided to quit the buggy busi ness I w U sell for tbe next today at cost SurreysPhaetonHarness They are all tbe latest style and best make Tart of the vehicles are rub ber tired Come to tee me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone ClRTIS OOVKR Crab Orchard Ky IR A JONESDENTIST Stanford Iy Office tn Myprj Rouse Iartor Phone 8t THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY Lexington Kentucky Tbe Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky oilers 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 year and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided to a Masters degree course of study Is organized under a The general faculty somber pearl SO professors and instruc tors County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain 10 months traveling ex pence The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for young women and Sjo 000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and in use Military tactics and science ire fully pro vided for as required by congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions aDdi liberal remuneration The demand largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply Last year the matricula tion was 750 Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each de partment of natural science Summer schools are prcvided for pedagogy en gineering and instruction in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of college is- Oho only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university workIThe completion of the college home for young women provides faculties for good and lodging It ii equipped with all modern conveniences including bathrooms and room for physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by elecric ilyIAn opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough in classics mod ern languages literature science math ematics logic metaphysics history and political economy No other institution In the state utters advantages for education of women at all comparable to thoso offered by the State College cf Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study terms of admission apply to lAS K PATTERSON Ph D LL p Or D OFKAZttE Bus Ag Lexington Fall Term Begins Sept 5 1904 i IO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK S5SOOOO Directors J D Paiton J D Owsley B It Shanks W 0 Walker Coo W Carter J B Foster L 0 Oooah W II Ouramlns W H Bright It L Hubble W H Shanks Successors to The Farmers Bank d Trust Company and under tame management continuously fur 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established at the flank of Stan In 1111 then reorganised at the National flank of and again reorganised a tbe First National Balk of Stanford In ItSS having bad practically an uninter rupted existence fur ti Jarl It Is better supplied now with lac1lttte for transact UK business promptly aad well than ever before In Us long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky No J4M sores of unimproved lid In Inx eountr Mo 1 H mile from Station 00 I Iron Mountain route Will tell 01 caching fa r- prorenllI 1 Uacoln county No Small lana STaens smite from titan ford llouneot fourjooi rooms bark porch 11 veranda flood barn ad other bolkllon In 1 9o tr Cut laia news welt reoron n tore 10 I tDJr1tHOllabttbe said at bargetn Price iss sera I nd aJJelmej geld for fMaa tU Tblalsabancal- LNo4iM re atidTlstory six roe- sdnlttogtwasmokbauee Itt Whole p ice i- iills WOtI attrs 1lI to goof teD Prlco IJOWI No nSD room dwelling good eellsr sad SI sore land h Tirfalll wpilsadprie Veaeia sod outbulMlon In Mr condition Cheap ptac dOlI to town Will salt II smsil Wally No U aaao arm ol coal and timbre land Ion od In ln eseul on Orape Vie Creek- tttiwlaryof th North Fork of Kentiwkr liter n niofoalTarjlDln thkkneM Iram at 11 to six feet Rnr nifljiNe to the rnonlh ol Nrs creek A railroad II eurfeTeJ within Ikree miles of said property Tbl Umber roaiUle et akU TIU wfeci Will sill H oxcbali ii ourtermt No NA nko twosterr efkt roe from dwelling in Stanford Ha two helM tool chip wish eoaeret aoorclrdeo well lo kliebeo nests eauln oa place which rent tor II Me mtttlH Tbo Uellltt tent M IU per mhlk tkl MM efIJ is In rood repair and ran bo teeth for teIN No llFaia ITS arrvt seJM MieffSM lied 18 Uncvlnoovntj Two iewjr foom 100 111 beuoo bars reoa ler ere a4 If steak sod all otker Bermerr otrtMnauofe all tD railroadslsd 1iN ee higlIrbWl at Ma piam o U In euluralloa nit is gnw red uMhet tk TIM M aD ilul cwtBtrr hoea m all ooMleM a plae oale NC Well wtleewd with U BK laiillf prltHC etc lists reaaoeabl No ilNho rottue 7 acrlaW within 1H tlMol Stanford la rood repair feaolag good ertaillnc well auJ ood oeilar bus toll twokobouee Ac Yono orokttrd aad Sao Mss yard tSMeoJU plar ural awrden prodoc lo topplr tb towa rrlv 51111 IItO sera of land ore mil trot Boeaenet tI11tlODDee tU a eturyouiballdiogs roacMaixfUilldlnftlatplea dU IK 1rtreyl M- NoM101aerceof land In ford soon KM six mile from railroad and 4 mile from ArbtDui river enD I acre of land Ii rlrer boiina It Snt elaa land aDd In rnaa This Mod Is for site blD fOIIatrnbuilding each houte barn ete of 100 acres All on oounty rued mile from ehunb school and Lara well and well watered This U a rood tobacco arty and would suit two or three Camille that witbt want to come from the sam neighborhood isIesresonWe- No ilwdliDf of six wows two BSTwostoryfrom Itdor and sit other neoeiian outbuilding Ain Irge W Vimth shop 601 and thedi fUJI leo lh of shop sot le feetwld This property will be sold at a very low price No tA arm ol 122 acres four mil w from tf tan ford on bed 11k In the countywail shod IDr rfOOd doelUng nern arv- outbu A epleodld blue graehrmsadaly- 7lmtouteedslyfmmruatyet Owner ol hoe farm adloiMng this hu rlued 116 per acre WsofRr Ibis at 7lia No eSHftr acre near lleasaat Pilot Ky Fran hose S room tad porch Barn and other outbuildings 1 urea In cultivation reel la lim ber Well waUred Qu yard from pfxtottltjchool and church lays well on and In rood com munity lrle SS0 Ito 11lowe sad lot In tltaolordllre roombalt porch In the rear good ganlen rood neighborhood close to churcbe aDd school uood lor small few ily irlceiUO No s1IoulO and lot In Stanford Yeas con doe en room Uood staUe mud t acre of lend well fenced One of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front far two other wttagee or a 2 starr front be built to the cottage sod be made a beautiful how Will tie sold cheap u in owner mud bare money NolZl wlllnroftlx roomsib1I and porch necceuary outbuilding NU lame two nor Ior room J5x6u feet lower room supplied with counter shelres etc Water In dwelling and storeroom also cittern and well on lot back ore One mUe from HUnlorJ Buildings In good repair and dwelling originally act tlfM tad store fOr 11200 Will tell both rut Uv or will rent or tell separately No 13S30 acre farm S mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 roonit two tenant houses two burn well and spring near dwelling Farm In high state ol cultivation 150 acre ricer bottom- land good fencing fruit etc Irlce 81780 an sere No4VTwoslory Seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story ttarerooiiLZOtOO two blckmtthhopa tot house stabe and ware house Every building new and freeing In nnathapa All the proorey It In IluilonTllI Kyeel wi will sell It as a whole or sell wuh place Well at each stable and cistern at house For prices sddreatheatnrnuutd sro retaryNo 73A splendid stork of rood for salt This Is the test Imunew nd and the nftett nod asst carefully selected stock of iixyU In lntnl Kentucky A iplendld trade In Lincoln and adjoliiliK wi ltd sell tbU for end and and ifyou want togoln iiutlnwM tOt tunnel aria- S nlrer took belterJIe or titter trade In thitl particular the urea Nov nice firm Jt III hlant K well iopruv eJ well wlfrcJ etc IrkelrOO 71 fcaciesof lanJen Jaaioalown roaJ with of Dannvrlle too acres In culllvallon about 75 acres In timber and rest In Erin AMrgenewtrans dwell Int also an oU dwelling on lace A new rn end two oU ones It is well watered stud the ftactoc Is geed On public roes frift w0No Tfll Pour seres oflatid and a tree one story sis room frame dwelling In MtKlnoey Ky water works In kitchen nd famIly room Good barn I Officers rB D SHANKS President J D OWSLKY Cashier W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier 1Officers w J t HOOKER frett B T II A mil V Pro JJ MoROBERTS Obr W n WSARBNAsstOhrd Directors F Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J 1 liNker Stanford K L Tanner MeKlnney It D Rlmore Stanford B 11 Ilaurhman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jat Robinson Hubble J II llaorhman Stanford 3 M ietta Stanford Ed Oarter Stanford S kadremppngesi7 flew sod we easy Ilk ITM ler the 1101 pevpetty No M Pane of III leNt In Casey NntJ Two story trims duto t1 rood hart sot oiler MitlwiMI S la roil NModW toUem land sod In goat eoeimtinltr A bargain at 1908 No 17 Farm of m acre In codutr Anew two alary a roooi tram dwelling aDd old dwelling la tilt eo 4IUoa tiara sad other oat toUeca Isad well wateredtwweltsropdageta This U a d- nblIIe 1116001-I o L Fanaofieaereasu mile trot Bur lord oa early road U new la eulUtallo tTaIB putnr 2 rood orrhardt aad reel la timber Two small cottage goal barn sad outbuildings wU watered and fencing fairly good Plate till be ladloapeItWIIbufiDlltnand buildings la rood repair roolICUft time stone land In nod oelkborhood doe to taboo tad oa good roti Price lJOQ KyOngood beta and other outboRdlags Mxty sate to cultlrtUon 41 eerie In timber trio 11 LI well et eouaty rod ices to ebuwbe school eta lrto only Hea No ia HH seres of Iud Bear Crab Orehaed- sheep Ne orEigae Iert fUM sad tn sry trans reuse la PrmchiseaM Ky Has all aecessary wf toMMkie Is eel teW All kwlMfr Iec lag la Pond netsIr a4 H a 4Mhabe IKNM Poe I sea Na seToo rid Mtekatf aces 01104 nice two sSoey seven room has ttntltog SSM nam m icy sUe room 10 h r Uml awl nam cost M sen il by i Ran a4 bMcfcMsMi shop iS by 40 thce tsite stall waroa howe u ky w vaatxt booth fte able echo TeaMeit hove ts ky d two rcMets Well boos ie by is atoo Mp well Lug stuck of e4Mfal awecluaAt All M SWt tr eirty Is 1f- tAIIHI Palatal coast Kty awl can III hweht al a barraloN4pra of l31 acm near IJr dbad Km slag toast BAUM S Uras eta lllUla a4fHMtac la goal ollUell H aerr ta cwUlTattM vUatfxl Will ttU Ssr IIJW or eicbaeju for peeperty Is 11Is coolly No t TviMrylra odwlllBg 7 rooms hall awl teraada Ueod garden hating and bout IB E good repair Per sic or rent TOM reasonablo No seFarmf Iwaetw illuiinl near Klogs Tllle Ky M ores la eolllraUon W la Uaaberrest la ltWIDro atrepairDwelnoemwrsuve ly new 1s wllblp PJ0 yanla of tire ohonbes school podefflee tad C H depot Iropertr ire on pItsabd eownly road and U the most doalrabt tarn tn that action Wt will tell th whole fare ter ft 400 or la parcels of not Ires thsn 16 sties to sultpurthaMr This Is certainly cheap property s dUIIIIDSlIofer1Ifthe mat JMlraW bower la town Irlce reasonable No II Dwelling f 4 rooms with 20 acre land to MoreUnd Uood Irate ail r dpary outbuild lug 2 wells la yard splendid orchard x nom In strawberries laiianlltt uralon 1rWeIIoo No M1M senior land la Koekraitl for sue or hrroflmnllIMo m Twoilefkielrooil lor sat Per pr s lUulan addrra Ceatral Keotawky Real last Kx BiltgA TtileCo VIIrKyhlrpodllboese fwtlb IstTl Ikerst by sleet hUll npdng Pike Ne18lieu coo lfaTMof laud In M Klo IooJ1IdtermsNo nil sere of good luau six rooms two story dwelling well watered good lendnr It M- the lillll tb ally ol Staotonl dot to irtded Kbool ant rhurebei TIll U a deeirtM home Price reasonable No 17 8 room Inml rotlag anti one acre o land In KlnntlUo Ky large hub smoke hevM repairfateNo 7eTee acres of land two story front rot tage seven room halls etc IUM It new a rood loelDCoiouJA toot well It tin a goof mill ot J the place a g alrrseher In mill It is run by nat ural power which Ii a great economy and tho dam It In good repilr Wilt tell the property at a low lifrllre or leaMlt dwellingfoerbulldlcn Fencing rood well watered cut In eve Heidi M acre In cuulratlon rnt In blue fnttlees than half mile Irom turnpike YeoHer this place for only 8W per acri No 24 Frame hotel large room double versa tin hallway Lie A large 2 story itorrrooM runliog street W feet Iroiu hotel up stair suite Uelordwe log 2 nice COtIOI nicely furnlihcd palntet4rooms andvenpdaeach A Iuperdant acme tot u table flood Vacant lot adjoining 96 feel front by 200 root deep All of this property Is In Iindon Ky r and Is a gnu chance for some one to make money 1oprlelor has roAiseil to rent property for 130 per rnoblh lD account of 111 health of hla wife 0111 reopen fur selling proprietor ileslrr to etching for In Unro u county No4l450acre nrnr Juinbo 200 acres In culti ration reel In timber Six dwellings on pllhlof them new twolohawo barns arid lug stock bra lilscksmllh shop stable etc Young orchard titreaini run through I are On county roil and aoO yanls from school church and In eood Will sell or exchange it reasonable yjNolichen A good bare coal house eta and a good tardtn IrlieWO- Mo 7IA small farm of 75 acres of good land lowtol close to town Irlce U o- No 76 House and lot In Dintkiwru house has i IrltetUIItoOO repair Irko 6 a e OJ j lOtf