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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r e T VTMnlaI Ll = i t SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i IVOL xxxu STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 30 1904 8 A M NO 53 11 L0 HON GEORGE E STONE HI Democratic Nominee for Congress In the Eleventh District The following taken from the facile pen of Edltur Campbell tells the good new 10 well tbat wo take pleasure ID KlvtLg It prominence The eoBveDtloe l that Dominated Mr Sloan was held at Somerset Thursday nd waia most bar raonloui one The unanimous noml nation of Ron George E Stone of Wayoeoounty to be a candidate for 3 election ai Representative of the lltb district ID Congress was a happy sola lloo of the problem of availability Be It centrally located In tba only demo f antic county In the district Be u the belt Icnowo man oy reputation within the district On possesses all tbe Her llnir qualities of model citizen tbe WHAT IS CATARRH Hyomei Only Guaranteed Cure for This Common and Disa t greeable Disease Y llyotucl cures oalarth by the simple method of breathing It Into the air pas aigri and lungs It klito the gtroi of calarrhal pokes bah and iooih the triitated mucous membrane and effec tually drlvta this dtieaae from the eye k tem If you have any of the folowlng sywp torn catarrhal gem are at woik some where In tbo mucous membrane of the throat bronchial tube or tissues of the lung Offensive breath dryness of the note I pain aeroM the ejw pain In back of tbo head tain lo front of the head tendency l to take cold burning pain In tbe throat hawking to clear the throat pain in the chest acougb stitch in tide burg of Utah variabe appetite low eplrlicil at times rAising of frothy ucons expecto brattngyellow matter dflieully In both ing frequent sncfilng btttklneeof voice discharge horn the cose stoppage of the nose at night aching 01 the bedy then pings In the throat mouth open while Bleeping tickling back of the palate for mation of emits in the note dryuesa of in the mowlnjrloss of strength iispume of coughing cough short and hacking cough worse nights and morn- Ing OAI in vital force a feeling of tightness across tbo upper part ol the ellI allIlpletoThla is a strong statement but Penny cmphaslits it by agreeing to refund your t money if Hyomei does not cute To The Taxpayers of Lincoln County Messrs E D Kennedy and A A Crutchflolct will aslat me in assessing tho property of tbo county this yir and as the Legislature at Its lust eel ulna changed the time for beginning tho work from Sept 15 to Sept 11 or one of the above gentlemen will cull on you In the near future for a list of your property I want to Impress upon you J tbo Importance of being ready to give your list promptly wben called upon p Thanking you for the kindness shown me and my deputies and again promis log you that we will return that favor by doing our duty to the best of our ability I am Very Respectfully- M O REYNOLDS Assessor a Tho Ramdolds Hale dean of Rochester England Is dead conservatism of a sound and sane par tisan Ue li a brlilUat sneaker a pro found jurist a polished sad lovable irenileman of tbe old tebool of Ken tuelclaos lie comes from a family of lawyer and statesmen who tave been dlstloeuUbed throughout Kentucky for a oeotury From every possible stand polo of view Mr Stone tills the eye and rejoices the heart of democrats and Independent not only In too district but all over the State Sbould he be elected to Congress every Interest of tbo district will be guarded and every Individual woo gave to him his vote will have reason to be proud of the laot LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J S Uootfe sold MI J U Tou n a black were for 1100 J C Ujon bvUBDiof J W Baugh man u gray waking mare for 1200- W B Ourtoe of Ltiomer Ouugbt at Laaifua a a riOa6 of mules at 8100 to 1186 FOR SALBA second hand Superior Duo drill good as now at a brMn wIn Porter When drill with feritliMr altsoh ment good as new for tale W O SbttoKi Suoford Artful wun the Flea Futurity at Sbeepbetd flay oy four Ungihs with Tradition seoond aud Sysonby third B G Fox Co will be at Stanford I next QOur dry to buy IbO mule colts laud 60 tellings Mule received day of purchase W A Freley refused 1560 for his wifes drlvngnor at the London fair H 0 Thompson offered his check for that amount- J O Cecil Jr of Danville took tbrte tint priats at tho Worlds Fair 00 his standard trotters Ully under one year yearling and two ycar old A E Hundley has bought of J A Shuttleworth the tieadley farm of 600 acres near Burgln at 1106 It Is out of the belt Improved farms In the StatoESTItAA 300uound black Berk shire sow with four 76pound shoats taken up Friday Owner can got them by paying for ibis notice and their keep R G Jones City Marsha- lEyr8AYEDA black borso about six years old long mane and tall thin In order Left my mill Aug 16 Informa Lion leading to his recovery will be ro warded 50 Thurmond Uytle Ky One of S 1 Harbison i Cots One horses was stolen from the stable at the Shclbyvlllo fair grounds but was re covered shortly Tao thief had sold the animal valued at 91300 for ISO and left for part unknown- In the ring for jack one year and under two ai tbo Worlds Fair there were 10 entries seven from Missouri J M Terry of Cynthlana got Ural money with Mike while Bubble iKubanka of ibis county won the fourth tic with their jtck Rubble Ii must have been n crackerjack ring of jacks wbon Hobble 1 Eubanks could do no better than fourth Many competent judges ot the long cared tribe pro nounoo Bubble aube best yearling jack living Six hundred and fifty men will bo put back to work In the Homestead Pa plant of the Carnegie Steel Com pjnYiI NEWS NOTES An Iowa man forced his wife to wit nets his suicide George Shuck was killed by light clog In Shelby county Tbe largest turbine vessel ever built was launched at Belfast Ireland James Jeffries knocked out Jack Mon roe In tbe second round at San Francis co Flro In tbo retail district of Helene Mont destroyed property worth 90S 000 Robert Parrott who discovered tho rich Parrot mine at Butte Mont Is deed Louisville will become the Steel Truni distributing point for the South on Jan 1 A LouUvlllsj woman offers to sell her bedy to a medical college if given the money now Three ptrtons have lost their llvae by drowning near Edlubarg Intbo Adirondack Peter Sells lbs wsll known show man was stricken with paralysis at Columbus O The Oerijtmli Sabtnek homestead near Sagamora Hill 1S2 years old was destroyed by Ire Prof Charles W Shields of the tao ulty of Prlnoeton University died sod denly of heart disease Trapped by means of a decoy letter a porter at the Paris depot was arrest ed for rifling mall sacks Four persons lost their lives and sev eral others were Injured in a tornado which swept tbroagh Chauiauqua couc ty N Y- Excitement prevails at Mayfield as the result of a vigorous crusade against the illicit sale of Intoxicants and se rious trouble Is apprehended Marshal Field of Chicago Is the heaviest taxpayer In tbe United State tbe assessed value of his real and per sonal property being 140000000 Oil tanks at Hoboken Belgium con taming 20600000 gallons of petroleum are burning They belong to the Russian and Standard Oil Companies John C Lansdown was subbed to death at Covlogton by John Llebertb it Is alleged Lieborth mistaking him for his brother Wallace Lansdown William Welgbtman of tbe firm of Powers t Welgbtman Philadelphia chemists and the wealthiest man In Philadelphia is dead aged 01 years The several charges of arson aud cm betiiemcnt against W W Rogers were withdrawn at Nashville and the complainants were taxed with the coat Tbe gross receipts of the Jeffrles Munroe fight were 121800 of which Jeffries received 10150 and Munroe 16104 the remainder going to the promoters of the coolest Alter the grand review of the Uni form Rank Knights of Maccabees competitive drill prizes were awarded Tbe first prlie a sliver loving cup and 1600 weut to Division No3 Toledo OhioMrs Maybrlck is In great demand with lecture bureaus and magazine oumeroullllauorlDIt of which her attorney save will be considered O B Lowry of Lexington has conS iracled with tbe Big Four railroad to Cresolo 800000 tics annually for renew log its road A 8120000 plant is being built by the company of which he is vice president Prof J N Harper formerly con nected with the Experimental Station at the Stato College has gone to Ire land to teach scientifically the cultlva lion of tobacco under the auspices of the Irish Government Graves Well No 1 in Cumberland county belonging to the Groensburg Oil Co came In at a depth of 005 feet and is said to bo a 300 barrel producer This well Is located 300 feet Wes of the Burning well and is 60 feet deeper The jury after bolnjj out two hours at Mt Ollvel brought In a sentence of life Imprisonment for Thomas D May brier who killed Jailer Georgo W Thompson of Robertson county 10 days ago Maybrler was taken to the Frankfort penitentiary- At the first session of the court of In quiry called to investigate the States bore outrage the olllcera in command of the milItia testified to tbo collusion of tbe sheriff and his deputies with the mob and placed the entire blamo for me miscarriage of justice upon their shoulders Sick Headache For several years my wlfo was trou bled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe character She doctored with several eminent physic lane and at a great expense only to grow worso until sho was unamo to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomai1 and Liver Tablets and to today weighs moro than she ever did before and is real well says Mr Gee E Wright of New London New York For sale ball druggists HUSTONVILLE T L Carpenter has rented the Weatberford farm for next year Quite a large number of our citizens will attend the Somerset falrtbls week Mrs Van Bagel of Cincinnati le visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Wheeler Tho Joiiah Bishop farm was sold to G R Carpenter of Jesiamlno county at 105 Miss Zoe Ellis has returned homo from a delightful visit to West End relatives Uriah Dunn left for Barnwell S C today with a car load of nice Kentucky horses for tbe Southern trade A large force Is at work this week oo the livery barn of A B C Dlnwlddle and will push U to early completion S M Owens raised 1200 bushels of wheat that tested 62 pounds to the busbekon 41 acres and sold same at IIMisses Lillie Goode and Florence and Agnes Edwards ot Louisville are viI King Mr and Mrs J P Good eon Woe tern Avenue Tbe firm of D M Llpps has been changed to D M Llpps L Son and all parties Indebted to tbe old firm must call and settle at once D H C Pay too of Moralaod was seriously injured Saturday night by be- lo thrown from his horse near the residence of S D Yowell The protracted meeting at the Presbyterian church blosed Sunday night rcsulllng In much good and adding about 14 members to the church A bank was organized at McKinney Saturday the necessary amount of stock having been subscribed Ed Tanner was eledted president and a Mr Barn son cashier Dignity Dare returned Sunday from the Springfield lair wbero be added new laurels to his long list of victories In competition with Old Kentuckys best horses I have for sale an 80 acre blue grass farm with brick cottage barn c Well fenced and on good pike at 830 per acre Talk quick If you want a bargain W R WilliamsitJohn B Rout has caught a severe case of building fever and has con tracted with Architect Boyle for new buildings that will greatly Improve his home Work upon the foundation has begunJUDGE WILLIAM M MYERS has sold his Interest In the store of Weather ford Sc Myers to J G Weatherford d Co and an Inventory of the stock Is be- lo taken Judge Myers Is undecided as to bis future business The taxpayers of this Graded School District aro notified that on the lot day of September the books will be ready and In tbe hands of J H Uocker the collector who requests all to come for ward promptly and settle Tbe school will begin on the 12th Wallace Hall was called to Corbin tbe past week to accept a lucrative po slllon In the office of the L ft N Rev George D French and wife of Morris town Tenn aro vlelllntr the family of D rot Llpps W O McAfee of Baltimore Is hero with relatives A ball game between Crab Orchard and our home team was well advertised for Saturday and a good crowd was disappointed by Crab Orchard not coming They doubtless didnt care to take the medicine our boys have given all tbelrcompotliors this yearIBro Mills week In the absence of his wife was surpris ed by a number of friends from Dan ville and some from Casey county call log to spend the day But ho was not long In convincing the onllreparty that he could cook as woll as preach Olympian Springs was beautifully Illuminated by Japanesn lanterns Sat urday night and abont 200 guests enjoy ed tbo delightful music and refresh ments for several hours Another fete will be given soon and an extended notice will be made In advanco of the date LIzzlo Wright Winfrey the five year old daughter ot Mrs Frances Winfrey died of brain fever Friday and was burled Saturday In our cemetery She was a beautiful and bright child the Idol of a loving widowed mother wboso husband and loving fath er passed into tbe great beyond Last Sunday Mrs C R Blain had with her her four children one sonin law onedaughierlnlaw seven grandchildren two great grandohlldrenooe- groat niece one great grand niece and the old colored woman who nursed her children The occasion was the GSth birthday of her oldest child Mrs Blaln Is In good health and Is 88 years of ago No Substitute Offered I Say what you will about druggists offering something just as good because it pays a better profit tho fact still stands that 00 out of 100 druggists recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when tho best remedy for diarrhoea is asked for and do so because they know U is the ono remedy that can always be depended upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases Sold by nil druggists I oo 1xi j j goodsthatj SIX DOLLARS I i I For your choke of any of our 850or 1000 suits There are a good many weeks of hot wet hcr ahead and you can afford to wear a new suit at Uieee prices T o mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills As an evidence of the superiority of the Supe 0 rior Drill there are more of them in uso in this county than all the others together Nothing inferior is imitated If your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you get ready to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Pumps T Pumps e I am a pump man allover and I sell the Pump ing eet Pumps that over was Pumped null if they dont Pump where I say they will Pump I will not Pump any money out of the bottom of your pocket I sell Pumps from 82 to 810 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 woll with nothing but a monkey wrench Roofing Guttering and Pump work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed Phone 116 5 H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky Tle Straightest Roadj Is The Shortest Road If you want pure drugs Conic to us FIRST We understand what purity is and how essential it is in our business We dont tolerate adulterations or makeshifts The desire to have our goods pure and the knowledge to guide us in selecting theta frees you from all risk You want to buy pure drugs we want to sell them s Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky GO TO W B McRoberts t FOR II LAN GARDENSEED DRUGGISTSTANFORD I 1GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS i READY MIXED PAINTS I f l I HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For PntUenl ALTON BROOKS PAKKBR a oj AW Iale For rt PrhHESRYQ DAVIS of JruC JipMM For Judy 1Y Appdlatt Dillrfcl JUDGE JAMES E GA2fTlULL OJ Georgetown DQRINU tte year just ended 47374 persons were added to the pension rolls ty and 43820 penejooers died It IB the Cm year elate the penelon hold got so etroop that tbe deaths exceeded the ad dlllone but it would teem that such re Butt would be largely looked for here after There are now 997752 names on the rolls and pension payments on account of them were 1144712787 More than all the expenses of the govern ment formerly were MARYLAND gave MoKlnley 13941 majority In 1900 owing to the free sliver scare which the Bound money league which was composed almost exclusive Jyof bankers and financiers of theC democratic party did Ha utmost to Inspire The league will not be reorganized this year Mr Nelson of tbetl banking bouse of Hamilton t Co exa plains that there Is no occasion for and Maryland U as safe for democracy as Kentucky HON DAN L MOORE Is out of the I race for Congress leaving a clear field to Boo George G Gilbert He states in a card that he prefers to retain hisfl Boltreepdct and lose an office rather than lose bis selfrespect and gain an of See We suggest that the genial gen tleman furnish a diagram to his friends In this end of the district They dont what he Is hitting ItIaT CONGRESSMAN GRioosformer chairman t of the democratic Congressional committee who has just returned from k a trip through tbe West does not re card that section ae hopelessly repub llcan by any means He believes the chances favor the democrats in Monta t na Colorado and Neyada and that they will gate Congressman In other States REPUBLICANS of tbU Congressional district will meet at Nlcholasvllle Sept 14 to name a candidate for Con gress County conventions will be held Sept 10 J Brutus Clay of Madison will likely be the lamb for slau htercl As In direct answer to Secretary Shaws prayer to be saved from an era I of low prices tbe price of bread has advanced one cent per loaf Thus areI the people blessed with republican prosperity and the flour trust TOE Courier Journal Is real mean It promised to tell the people what the Woggle Bug raid but it has decided to withhold the Important information a week more Some of ua will die If we have to wait much longer DAVID B HILL gives out the sad in J formation that he will qultpollllcs Jan let Tls a pity for him to quit just as be is gutting on tbe right sdo again Four or eight years ago It would not have been so bllodIOF 80 New York democrats of prom inence who voted for Palmer and Buckner In 1896 the World finds only Roosevelt In this camI one who Is for paign TbU does not look like bolting POLITICAL L P Harlan of Indlanopolls was I nominated for Congress on the first ballot by the Democratic District Con vention At the opening of the compalgn In f Brooklyn by the Kings County Demo Club Senator Joseph W Bailey 1 1cratlo was the principal speaker Beokham appointed John B County Judge of Anderson to succeed Judge Odel Judge IShel will serve under the appoint i until November 1905 republican State central mltteo has been called to meet at Louisville Sept 5 to settle the Hunter I Edwards controversy over thaCongres elonal nomination In the 11th district President Roosevelt within tbe next acIlJ George Stone of Montlcello Wayne county was nominated for Congress by the most enthusiastic convention of Democrats which has assembled In the Eleventh district In many year Predictions of his electtlon are based on the disaffection la lican raoklMWith BO excellent acandldato Hon George E Stone who Is a man of epotB less reputation unswerving partv loy alty and a speaker of power aqd eloquence the democrats have a finetc chance of electing a Congressman In tbe 11th district which le rent and torn factions Lexington DemocratVSecretary Shaw ot the United States Treasury predicted that there would be a surplus of 14000000 by June 30 last the end of tbd ficcal year This waa a political feeler uttered for litical purposes As a matter of factb there was a deficiency ot 841000000 of which the secretary Is unable to Bea count for This makes no difference to a republican admlnlstra of which has been noted for its wll be ful waste of publlo funds and what the odds so long as they are happy IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES by The Columbia fair was a big success Over 5000 people were present the last day F L Spotswood will move his Novela Advertising business from Harrods burg to Lexington Howard Davidson aged 15 was run over and killed by a mine engine at Mt Morgan coal mines near Wllllamsburg Miss Marv Owens 16 year old daughb ter of W C Owens died of typhoid fever Wednesday night Somerset JournalMarlon and Wright Young father and son were sentenced to ten years imprisonment each for murder at Wll llamsburg Ky One of the oldest men in Pulaskl county passed from earthly scenes avld Cundlff aged 01 father ot barlee and James Cundlff Nev Lawson of Williamsburg waeF sentenced to 11 years in the peniten for the murder of Josh Faulkner a dance at Lawson home laeta ChristmaslThe big bull snake that has been causing such alarm in the Poplar Creek is neighborhood six miles south of hered has been cornered and killed by a mand named Pope The anako measured 16 eat In length The reptile had been aeen at various points along the Cumberland river at various times this year and at one time was cornered while chasing pigs but managed to elude the two men who encountered it It never I showed fight save when attacked Barbourville dispatchIAfter the family and all the neighJ lore In and around Flatwoods Garrard bad searched 24 hours for Mag tIe Collltt the 10 yearold daughter of I Thomas Collltt she was found hiding in a cane brake near her home When found theo child gave as her reason for I running away that her father had threatened to whip her Soon after she disappeared her bonnet was found in the woods torn In shreds and foul play was suspected A neighborhood fortune teller was interviewed and she told that the child had been drowned The news soon spread throughout the etion and searching parties organiz d and spent the night in the woods No clew could be obtained until the bloodhounds arrived and set out on trail which led to the discovery of the little girl hiding In a canebrake Here and There Maj T E Mbrrlt U SA retired died on an elevated train In New York The big battleship Louisiana was suc 1ceealully launched at Newport News Va Forest fires are destroying millions ot dollars worth ot timber in British ColumbiaYellow fever has broken out in the Government military post at Browns ville Tex It Is said to be Russians determina on to assemble a second great army in Manchuria By a referendum vote the miners of Crooksvllle 0 district voted to ro main on strike R M Johnston a wealthy farmer ot Hatfleld Ind fell dead while at the breakfast table Crazed by typhoid foyer Mrs Frank Wagner of Latonia committed suicide by lumping Into a cistern Mr Hanna Claspy 80 years old was burned to death In a fire in Louisville caused by smoking her pipe In bedg George Mitchell of Louisville drop ped dead as he went for a physician for his mother Mattie Mitchell who also died The Q d C has bought 200 acres of land at Somerset and the shops from Chattanooga and Ludlow will be moved there The attendance at the Worlds Fair 1last week was 123000 In excess of any other week since the opening of exposition Two men were killed during the races ot tbe Worlds Fair automobile speed contest In an accident which demolished Barney Oldfielda racing machine and painfully Injured Oldfield Another proposition looking to a set tlement of the butchers strike at Chi cago has been formulated and will be presented to the packers Union lead ere emphatically deny reports that the be called off n CHURCH MATTERS Dr Wm Shelton preached at East Hlckman Sunday The meeting at Logan Creek cloted Sunday night with 27 additions I Elder Joseph Ballou will preach at Xonla at330 Sunday afternoon Rev J H Hoppers meeting at the Presbyterian church reo In 14 additions Dr H A Sumrall has loft Danville take charge of tha First Baptist church Shreveport La The Cumberland River Association convenes at the Baptist church at Waynesburg this morning Rev E R Cbllders has resigned as pastor of tbo Christian church at Mid I dletboro to take effect Nov 1 Be will return to Missouri- H A Sommere editor of the Eliza News was elected president the State Sunday School Association tho convention at Henderson NOTICE All officers and members the Baptist church are requested to present at the church at 11 A M next Sunday dept 4 DEACONS While attending conference In Lex ington Rev P J Ross of the Moth diet church here will be entertained W O Saddler at 371 South Upper Several Catholic notables baveDeen summoned to appear In court In con nectlon with the theft ot the famous cope which was bought by J Plcrpont Morgan The 81th session of the Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Church South will convene In Lexington Wednesday and will be presided over Bishop A Coke Smith of Virginia MATRIMONIAL Sylvan Privitt and Miss Ella Che volotte were made one as Klngsvlllo Friday L G Powell and Miss N L Maeon were married at Eld Joseph Ballou by that gentleman Friday Mack Wallace and Miss Mattie Stringer were married at Mr J H borne In Moreland Thursday last by Rev P Walker We knew this in time for last Issue but withhold mention at tbe request of the groom r Wallace Is a ion of Mr John W Wallace tbe well known mechanic and a worthy young man sober and In- lustrloue and will make a kind and In I husband lire brldo Is a pretty and popular youog woman and that the will prove a helpmeet fond and true cone who know her will gainsay The I J extends Us congratulationI and best wishes SAVEJVIONEY1 I ly buying coal early Wo have lust re elved 25 cars coal and will tell eta reduced trice of from 2 to 3 cent on bushel cheaper than lae dayi from above date KING R COX Moreland Ky FOR SALE I I A small bluegrass farm new house with even room necessary out bulldinge nice young orchard The farm U In a high tats of cultivation Situated near Hedge vllle Doyle county Ky For particulars Marklbnryt The Calvert Miss Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Fiiiney Ave St Louis PrivatelyI I My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Houio has 7 rooms kitchen and ser ants room good collar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and ono for stock J P BAILEY BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable r Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Mm Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection Only 1OO Daily g Sun- dayDemocrat For Three Months This will cover the Presidential Cam paign which promis es to be one of th most exciting in his tory Subscribe NO and get all the NEWS WI P WALTON IeLexington Ky The Interior Journal will gladly take order for this great offerbut the CASH must inva riably accompany th order FOR SALE Thoroughbred Black Berkshire hcp Southdown and nigh grade of both exes John Steele Carpenter Huatootllo Ky A S PRICE Surgeon DeatiBt Stanford Kj omeev MeBoberUDra Blot In Us Owilsj UalldlDi Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to soil privately inr farm of 170 acres located In cdgo of Hustonvllle Good Improvements fruit never falling water as whole or divide Small house on lower part G n I1AIINKTT HustoDvllle Ky Dripping Springs Spoors Fisher Mgr A delightful B reafar reeort BplendM table rates best water In country Wrlto for part UroUu Postoflloe Dripping Spring Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con snltatlon Hoard and nnnlng shall be cub I In advance weekly and monthly Profes slonal bills Sue when services are rendered j IEDEALER IX GroIceriesl etables Cigars and t Tobaccos Stanford I flitawau saloon COOD Ie RICE Prors I lloect wines whisky and beer Special wltolMile dealers Loxl Ktuns turnout Blue flrass Beer Onte keg and bottled V Brent Soathwood mUer Pbone M Btn ford Ky- EVEIRY1ODY IS NOT A TAILOR I laving been In the Tailoring business all my life I teal confident In saying 1 represent one of the beet tailoring mi In tbe country With my experience in taking measure and dlrectoni I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patron in this line will bear me out lay prices are the same u Inez rlenced men who are In the business I alto hue a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank log you for past for I am yours H C RUPLEY tho Tailor POSTED We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our Discos and will prosecute vlolator to the full extent of the law J Z Bnoonaraore T M Holme II V Newland J n Oamenlseh Peter Balmer W II Johnson tire Mary Olven David Stephens James U White and wife E V Uarson II P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch K A Lawrence Frank Gordlrr Mrs A D Rat Sam Reynolds Morgan lIumPhre1o T Willton Charles McAllter Mrs Kate Ador Ketchenbsrh lit s Fred VooQruenlganAlbert onO uenlan Fred YonAllman Fred llaumnnn Stanford Granite Marble Co fINCOIUOIIATIW I le now prepared to furnish granite and eltanletsmarkersmarble monuments Lincoln county stone recently from our own dl4Conred the analysis of which prosw U to be of the IInlld quallty This atone- in stand unral colors We GaO furnish ard material from any other quarrlelit tho world Phone main olllee 911 pre Stanford Ky or T J Teter branch onlce McKinney Ky Administrators Sale Sept 8 loot nmlnlltrawr of estate of J V A will otTer for And withohe coo endtof Joseph Coffey their Cl- ntlro farm of aou acres of as good laud al 1 with reWe000 and all cocaIn the county 2 of tbemoutbulldlngl 3 good barn lary of atockfencing plentylargo goodvery except about e0 acrewater all in grass ontho- good Illatouyllle and The farm laYI oelJlbborbood and InItslIanvllie Itoad not soldSonof depotone mile September will thoo bo stirbefore the bidder Upon that date sold to the highest I wllllcU pro1ert1 iced soil off hay oft of 85 acre of I I wheat oft of liD acre corn oil acre work mules I yearling mule s goodacres cattle I binderl0 yearling2 brood mares I harrow at good planteor 2 l hay Motor In order a two ea 2 A harrows Inter of and harnoss I ladl LukRyold cornsame bridle and blanket 250 locust post for die wire fence 100 white oak posts for post rail tall fence Ifor50 locust postefeneo I dl- ver l gold watch double barrel shot gun watch I farm roller 35 heap brakes 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plow Any on- desltleg can on me orto case the place tea the and we wilt shoe atsB Llbortty QleburgCemcterp will be sold for one yeareW A Ooruy Admr Tow EIIOLlen Aue ran eaUorl We have decided not to leave Stanford and have purchased and are receiving daily large shipments of Dress Goods Mens and Boys clothing shoes Mens and Ladies fur nishings Remember the Grand Leader is now a permanent fixture in Stanford Our stock having been sold very low we are now in position to give you nice new bright up todate merchandise and as usual cheaper 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 THE GRAND LEADER OW8IEY JUOIK WATni GUI AIM B Lo y 8 Co S B Levy Mastic Mixed Paint In nmilo of Pure Lend and Jtttte thoroughly mixwl with Lin wctl Oil For raid ffceij about the durability and quality of this paint you IMVO only to ask those who have utol it nod know Prior 8135 per gallon PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in I 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 ever offered Will sell for a sort time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers IGEORGE H FARRIS A COO Stanford Kentucky 11 The lilt retting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable t Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the but material and of per feet workmanship We carry P the largest ItO k of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marblesnd Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS A SON Lexington Ky t TO THE FARMERS I This is the proper season to put upIWOVEN WIRE FENCE Wo sell TDEtAMERICAN the best miulo Cull and see us before buying your fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky C R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fjsh daily High est Market Price Country Pro t I duce Ce R McCormack Hustonville Stanford Male And Female Seminary r STANFORD KENTUCKY term begins Monday Bent 0 1001 The members of our Faculty are all eipe srienced teachers and of ton highest degree of scholarship Everything taught from thn eulinrework Ph D PrlnCIPfII ++ t uu u OUR CUSTOMERS ftTTENTION 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 Dry Goods Notions Underwear Hosiery Skirts Suits Cloaks and Shoes we Have Ever Shown We Realize That With Everything Else There Can be No Business Without Customers Therefore it is OUR CUSTOMERS First Last andall The Time With Us Use us Use our Store Use our Goods SEVERA1 CE SO N IIsrrA FORO1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BIAHFOBD KY Arti 30 1001 WE are spending both time oDd moo e nOD tho equipment ol our prescription dopartmini and at a reul our prescription business has almost doubted this year Wo feel that we are ablo to give you thorough and reliable work mad at the tame time pure drugs jilt what your doctor wishes Penny Drug Store v PERSONALS Miss SALUX SIIBLTON U In Louts vllle a He nBUT CAttiENTEU Ubaelc Irony the Worlds Fair MR O M SMITH of Flit Lick was with Mr F S McOlary MISS KATMBUINK HUFFMAN II vis a iting friends In Laooaiter RICHARD WILLIAMS U visiting hit f grandparents at Mt Veroon Miss ANUIE KISNAIRU of Lanais ter It with Miss Clara Cooper Miss UBSBIK FHYR of Uuitonvllle ti with Mlii Liter Lee Walton Miss NRLLIE DlLUOSIf Lancaster wai the guest of Miss Daltle Nevlus Miss NONA OAMNTTK of Huston I Till spent Sunday with friend here MR W 13 HAWKINS of Corbin It with hi brother Mr 0 P Hawklni MR NHWTON WAUCBU of Atlanta baa been the guest of the MIte Men efeeMR Otiou MURRAY wife and rU1 Anna Durham of Danville were here I Saturday MRS W W HAYS and Mlii Bmma Uayspeot a few daywith Lancaiter relatives MI88H3 IKAIlt AND ELIZA ROUT of Huitonvllle spent Saturday with Mrs a M Rice VBST CHANCELLOR of Lexington i If with hie parent Mr and Mrs 0 Chancellor Misses HAZHL STONE and Veranda White are visiting Mill Obadwlelc at Crab Orchard MR J M WARN and family of the Saulvy eeo lon attended the WorMs rr Fair lat week MR WILLIAM ROYSTON of Mark J bury order hi paper soft to Rurleton Texas for a while- MB6DAMBS J D PNTTU8 and H D Campbell spent several days with Mr James F Cummin i SyOiRB JOIN BAILEY of Washing ton onunty epent several day with his i Lincoln county friend MISS ALIce SiBAHB of Moreland le- the guest of her sister Mrs H M Cooper Jessamine Journal DR AND MRS J 0 CARIBNTRR tptDt several days with the farallle of I r Uri Caldwoll and Mason nt London MR J P CUMMINS wife and Miss Gallle Horton left this morning for St Lout to see the tight of the World i PIlrMRS J F HOLUAM was on Fr- ldaytrain returning from Cumberland v Bounty where tba ha been with her husband t MBSDAMBS J II DKAILKY and A O Hull and Miss Eloise Dcazley are with tbo family of Mr J D Mention at Somerset JOB HOLMAN It 111 at the homo of his brother Jame Holnian W 0 With 1ailU working In his stead at John Drlcht Jr t COs MRS R R HotJRIOAN of Marlon camo up Saturday to tee herfatbor Mr BC Rupley who Is Improving Leo Ruploywhohae been with her accom her home J W HOOKER andilitcr Miss 4panted and Jonnie Hooker return from a protracted visit to In the West They alto spent some time at the Worlds Fair MR W F SHERIDAN matter transportation of a big railroad In Mex ico spent several days with Mr Joe S Rice Mr Sheridan headquarters are at Clupad Porflrlo Diaz Mexico WILL HUFFMAN of Hustonvlllo was here this week the guest of his uncle Mr John Rote Mr Huffman came over for tbo purpose of renting a homo with tbo view to coming hero with his family to live Ho baa not as yet found a suitable houto Harrodtburg Demo cratBLEDSOEBAILEYand Goo Murphy rf r wore complimented as the best gentlemen riders at the fair Miss Julia Stage lef J yesterday for a months ylttt with he uncle Dr Jones at Mill Springs Mrs 0 K McClure of Hue tonvllle was tbe guest of her sisteri 4Mrs Cora Pharp Casey County News Miss ELLEN BALLOt U with Nioho latvlllo IrloDdIMiss DORA JOHNSON of Loulivllle U with the Mlsos Straub MARK HARDIN and wife loft tbli morning for the World Fair MISS SALLIB COOK is Ill of aithma at her home on Logan Avenue JoE LYNN COWRY has luccceded Rlcberd Williams at the depot SAM SKVHRANUB of the Lexington Loader le at homo for a few day MISS HALLIB DAWBON hat returned from a visit to friends In Loulivllle MR AND MRS P M MROIIBRTS are spending a tow day at Arcadia MI9S JESSIB D COOKB arrived from Nashville this morning to visit her sit tereMR AND MRS J O HAYS returned yesterday from a visit to Garrard role tlve J CARROLL BAILEY and Sam M Owens are at the Somerset fair with their horse MR J A BLAIN and wife of But tonvllle spent etterday with the fam- Ily I of Squire Rill Miss EDNA BAUOHUAN and Mr non ry Baugbman of Uuatonvllle were guettt at Mr M S Baugbman MR AND MRS J B BRUOB left yesterday morning to take In tbe eights of the Worlds Fair and to visit relative In Missouri MRS W D LYNAU and Mitt Sallle King little Virginia Swope and Mater King Swope are sojourning at Crab Orchard Spring Miss SUSAN FISIIBR WOODS left yet tetday for San Francisco She joined a Parlt crowd who have gone there to spend a month or so MR SlUtuiEOS SYMiSON wife and little ton were here yesterday en route to Mlddleburg They have been living at Gras Valley Ore M1SSB8CAHSA AND BBSSIB CONK WRIGHT of Winchester and Mr Wm Lear of Oarrard are with the family of Mr J A Dadderar MRS H D GRBOORY and children who have been with Judge and Mri James P Bailey have returned to their home In Covlngton- MISSHS BaeeiB MAR LRAR Llllle V West Mettrt Henley sod Hoes Bastin of Lancaster were the guests of Mist Bessie D Panel Sunday M BSD AM as J H WOODS and S M Allen and Miss Sallle Taylor Wood returned yesterday from the World Fair delighted with the trip MISSUS LUCILLRAND MARTHA MEN BHHB and Susie Saunders loft yeiter day for Boulder Montana where they have abatr In tbe School for the Deaf LOCALS lOB cream freeair at cost to close out Geo H Farris d Co I MATTIB HOCKBR colored aged 17 died at Rowland last week of consump Lion She was deserving Negro we are told J T EMURY wai appointed by the State Board of Election Commissioners at the democrat member for Lincoln county and Mr James F Cummin at the republican member Both are good selection NEW STORE Mr Sam Roblton of Louisville was hero yesterday and rented of Mr W P Walton the storeroom next to tho Lincoln County Na tional flank Ho will open in It about Sept 20 a splendid line of clothing dry good shoes etc which ho Invite tbe people of Stanford to call and Inspect Mr Roblion li a brother of Mr R Roblion who lived here a number of yeartand who li an exceedingly clever end honorable gentleman RESIGNEDDray yes or lay placed his resignation ae cashier oft tho Lincoln County National Dank In the hand of the directors of that In dilution the resignation to take effect Jan let Dr Of iloy hat been cashier of ibis bauk and its predecessors for many years and li probably the belt known banker In this section of the State Certainly there la no more popular bank officer nor one who hae done more for tho young moa of his section than ho has Many a struggling young star hat been helped substantially by him and never was ho known to turn a Loaf ear to a person in distress While successfully managing the attain of hit bank Dr Owtloy bat materially helped mankind and numbers of peo pie in this and adjoining counties owe their success In life to the start fur nlthed by him May he enjoy the well earned rest le the plaudit of all who know hit sterling qualities of head and heart Wo are glad to state that bo will continue to reside In Stanford THE L d N will run another 1160 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday the train leaving the Stanford depot at 6 A ItPRNNls Duuo STORE received yesterday three of the handsomest show ease ever brought to this part of the State THE harvest li the Is almost ended and scene few of our subscribers havent paid for their paperI yet Snamo on them FOR RENT The little storeroom on Lancaster Street next door to INITERIOR JOURNAL entrance W Walton Lexington Ky I I AM again able to be at my place of builneis and cordially Invite you to dull and tee my line of Fall and Winter goods just received H C Rupley TUE U D C e will meet with Mrs W B Hlggln at 3 oclock this afternoon A full attendance it deelred at Important business I to be transacted WE have just opened a complete line of Fall Dress Goods Outings and FIIInelettet It will pay you to buy now while the assortment It large Jotin P Jones Rtat CURRY real estate agents of Harrodtburg sold for James A Shut tlewortb hU farm of 501 acre on tbe Danville pike to A E Hundley of Danville for U26M oath THERE will be a meeting of tbe 0 W B M at the Cbrlnlan church at 230 Wednesday afternoon A full at tendance of tbe member It desired at business of Importance It to bo attended toD V KENNED Yt CO proprietors of the Farmers Roller Mill of this place have our thanks for a tack of their excellent flour Ladies Enter prlie wbloh It ae and good as mortal man ever awIINFORMAL OI BNINO of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary Fri day evening 8 1 U Sept 2nd In the Seminary Chapel A short musical program furnished by the principal and wife All are Invited Oscar B Fal Hi Prtnglpil TUB ofthe Graded School have elected Mist Flora Bryion ofI Spartanburg S C to sill tbe chair made vacant by Mrs J O McClary resignation and Miss Helen Glenn Ma dora of Lexington to succeed Mr M J Cochran who also resigned School will begin a week from next Monday Sept 12- CROWDS estimated atfromSOOO to8 000 attended each days exhibition of the London fair and enjoyed to the full cst extent the good show of stock and the many special features given With Mr J T Williams president Ed A Ctillton secretary R M Jacktongen oral manager and John Pearl ringmaster the fair could have been noth log short of a success Splendid order was preserved throughout and everybody had a good time One of the most interesting rings was tho fancy turnout contest There were eight entriesall magnificent rigs with highstepping steeds booked to them R M Jackson sod Mr Carnahan tho latter bf Tole do 0 won the blue and Roy S Den lej of this countyand Miss ClaraJack son of London the red Another con est of Interest was the woman driv log ring Seven or eight drivers ac quilled themselves creditably but Mrs Parioley of London and Mr Miller of Richmond were awarded the first and second prizes respectively While bls rlngiwa being shown the rigs of Mrs John W Bastin and Miss Wil lams collided and both of the ladies yore thrown out but wo aro glad to state that neither was hurt One of the neat successful horsemen present was M L Pearce of Lebanon Junction His stable consists of Eagle Boy a fine combined stallion Glasgow a combined gelding a good actor and a well educated horio Kltsy a spirited spot led Arabian pony a pacer a walking mare Reuben IL a good fouryearold Bonnie Cherry another walking mare and Sam Terry a great combined geld Ing Ho got 18 blue tics and an arm I ful of reds Roy S Beazley show his horses and does it well Each after noon bad a varied program presented i by a Hippodrome company of chariot races Roman standing races running I races dog races etcail of which wore ihoroughly enjoyed The fair was aI i real success from every point of view CAR LOAD of Armour Fertilizer it W H Hlggln OUR sale continues on shoes Dont miss the bargains we are offering Jno P Jones CHOLERA broke IoutnStanford 31 yearn ago yesterday Mr J E Bruce reminds ut To FARMERS Unless you expect to for the sacks you have of ours vou please return them at once J H Baugbman k Co TilE the young moo who broke Into the Baptist church are known and If they repeat the offense they will bo prosecuted we ariatpkifi to state T J FOLEY and wife were acquitted by the Casey court of tbe charge of keeping a disorderly house We thought them too good people to be guilty of lucb an offense DR E H MURRAY the wellknown Ophthalmologist Danville has opened an office at the St Asapb Hotel and will be bere Friday Sept 0 Read hit advertisement and tee If you do not need hit services NICHOLS WON Inheprimary held in Boyle Saturday to nominate a candi date for county judge Reed S Nichols defeated isomer Baugbman by a major rYIpreclncllD ON Thursday and Friday next tbeQ C will run a special train to Somer set from Danville on account of tbe Somerset fair It will leave Danville at 730 A U Moreland at 765 and Mo Kinney at 805 Returning tbe train will leave Somenet at 6 p M The tare for the round trip is one fare plus 2lic TilE more advanced pupil of Miss Ellen Ballou will be required during the coming session to analyze some of the classics that will be presented by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and be given the opportunity to bear their concerts Mist Ballou having made arrangements to take parties of her pupils at reduced railroad rates LIFE SBNTBNCE John Metcalf for killing his brother Ben Metcalf wat given a life sentence by the Garrard circuit court Saturday afternoon Six of the jury were for the death sentence says a dispatch from Lancaster The killing resulted from the return of Jno Metcalf from Missouri lo make his home on his fathers farm after an ab sence of nine years Ben Metcalf had been living on the farm and resented hit brothers return It was proven that John Molcalf went to Richmond and purchased a pistol and the next evening shot hit brother la the pret ence of hit father mother his wife hie brothers wife and their children- WATERSMrs Evan Waters died other home on the Danville pike four mile from that place at an early hot r Friday morning aged 84 The burls took place In Buffalo cemetery Sunday after a beautiful funeral discourse by Rev 0 M Busy at the Baptist In speaking of her the Danville Advo ante says Her maiden name was Mist Sallle Cook and the was the last survivor of the 10 children of George Cook at one time a prominent rctldeni of this county Mrs Waters was born in eight of the present residence on tho Stanford pike where she has spent her entire life When 14 years of ago she joined tbe Old Providence church and was baptized by Rev John Higgins who afterwards performed her marriage ceremony Her membership re named there until 57 years ago when at the establishment of the Stanford Baptist church sho became a charter member and was the last survivor of tho 10 charter members of that church of which the was ever afterward a faithful member ICHAS JOHNSON wLIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smlloy Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Reasonable Call and see me Phono at Residence PIANO TUNING Fifteen years experience Wm M Ayres piano tuner li now in town prepared to coo and repair pianos and organ faction guaranteed of town fin lined SHOESWe Want To Sell You Fall Foot Wear We Carry the Largest Shoe Stock in Lin= coin County Shoes for Everybody Old and Young Large and Small For the Best Foot Wear Tr- yCUMfllNSMCLARY ClosingSeason p The time has come when Summer goods must go Our first lines to be sold will be our entire stock of Straw Hats and Ladies and Chil drens Slippers and Boys Low Cut Shoes None of these goods will be sold for more than they cost and much of it for less Remember however the price is CASH H J AMcROBBRTS Stanford Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENT i Dr K II Murray Ophthalmologist of Murray it McAdnniB Danvillo Ky will open u branch office in STANFORD KY beginning jqFRIDAY SEPT 9 19O4 Dr Murray is n graduate of McCormack Optical College Chicago IIh Headaches Indigestion Ner vousness and many other functional jlorangomants nro quite often relieved by perfectly adjuftcil Lenses Crossed oyes straightened without medicine knifcur pain Satisfaction guaranteed Will bo at St Asaph HotelFriday Sep g a r J I THE INTERiOR10URNAL1J- uered n the pottoffice at Stanford ate icndclaii nale- rypakllhedTtxnSmy eaa0FxdeawyA- V I CASHur t I KNOXVILLE DIVISION l 21 Train Olnf North 104 28Oam p m o28 South W 17 am 0J3 1213 pro No23 = NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BU3SS dt SON Prom i JUNCTION CITY w KV Reasonable Bates Blrt01ass Turnouts at Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Salf JaH BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford KVe Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Street Also Dealer In Call on us on Depot Coat U i Jesse W Sweeney rEOrRikTOf Livory Food and Salo Static Lancaster KyIHorses wellled and cared for Up to date rlgsat reasonable rates rr Oatl Traylorj DKALIR IN WMsku Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc HOUm STANFORD KYI but the bee Prompt and attention Nothing to drink AUUVpbon cr ttlegraph orders tecelv croapt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS J enminsnseeksclothcurtain poles pictures passe partolst doors glees tables drctserchain wardrobes couches washstands beds aprlnga mattresses chamber suits water eats lamps chiffon- Iers folding beds washing machines wring ers wall er carpet paper trunk tele scopescarrlagepMntIiome paint eurtaln fV atretcher etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real EBtateAgents- Stanford Kentucky Alt persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to woo us We have a number ol fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for lale and will be pleased to show anyone wbat we have It you to cell Livery it In our hands Oltice at Boone Stable Stanford Ky 11 R B Manony Insurance fluent s Solicits a ahare of the patronage of the property owners In the i counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Firo Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Corn panics represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone h- 2Stanford Kentucky LIVERTROUBLES I find Thedfords D1aek Draught a rood medicine for liver disease Itcured my on after he bad pent JIM with Hottors It Is all the med icine I takeMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act regularly go to your druggist secure a of Thedforde- BlackDraught and take a dose This great family constipatedbowels and rouses a ealthy secretion of bile Draulrbtwillpurities and strengthen the kid A invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of tick ness and contagion Weak kid neys in Bright disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black Draught should always be kept in the house 1 DlukDrangbtiilslntu and found nothing to excel MrblebeadI THEDFOREFS DiACIik t i DRAUGHT It PARKERS HAIR BALSAM bah11aotel Q7UlrCum d1w Mf a bur tnnfJOeandtlIUM tin e Q GILBERT IG fer Congress subject to the party R C WARRENIIs a cinJH for JuJct of th Uncotn county counIsubject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SRIll a caoJUate for Sheriff of LlnoMn county subject le the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORDI ll a caniUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le Ue action of the democratic partyIT JEFF HILL SR fi a can dlJata tar Sheriff of Lincoln county subject 14 the action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN li candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tte action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS ll a candidate fer Sheriff ef Lincoln county subject te toe action of the democratic partyIDINK FARMER li a candidate for Jailer of Llnaln army subject tIUi action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS li a candidate far Jailer subject W the anion of the toocrattc party W I HERRIN IsIUltiMaterJaNer subject to the attten of the limocratk party MEREDITH E PRUITT li a candUate for Superintendent of Public Scheels if Uneatn OouHty subject to the actMo of use deer tratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE ll a candidate for Superintendent of Puttie Scbeols ef 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 the ac tion of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate fur Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Ia candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln countysub ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of till democratic party W A CARSON Is aanJldateforAssessor of Lincoln county sub fectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney Link county subject to tae action of the deaocraUc party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition par- tySEED FOR SALE I Blue Grass Seed and Sled Rye for sale L 0 Dunn Mt Salem Ky J LI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODIALIIII Ferro ureMattingRngS They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c + McciMY tTNDEBr AXEIt EMBALMER And DealearIn ItADrNESS SADDLERT cC Stanford Ky OTTENHEIM I S M Chandler has completed bllJ IIAndvsickThe gale of John Runzhelmer was well attended and everything brought reasonable priced Louis Whltt has bought Chas Bni llni grist mill boiler and engine for 1160 and U moving It to Cedar Creek near his home and says he will be ready for grinding by Sept U Collins Bunt d Co are preparing to start two auger to boring wells In the near future Anyone In need of this work would do well to tee them during this dry weather Mrs D J Harris is dead after suf fering for nearly two year with a complication ot troubles Eld J G Livingston preached her funeral and the remains worn laid to rest ID the bury tog ground at Plait Grove church Resolutions of Respect BB It reeolyed by the McKlnney Bap tist church In session this Aug 20h 1004 that WHEREAS li ia the will of God in Qls divine wisdom to greatly shunt our worthy brother W R Gooon of Som erect by the eerloui lllnees of several member of his family and the death of his most estimable wife that we do herebY lovingly extend our sympathies and heartily commend him to tbe Beavenly Father In this time of need Be It further resolved that as an addi tional expression of our regard for a grief srrlcken member of tide body that these proceeding be made a part of tbe records of the church and that a copy be sent for publication to the Western Recorder Baptist Argus INTERIOR JOURNAL and the Somerset Journal D S RlPFE church clerk Taken with Cramps Wm Kirmse a member of the bridge sang working near Littleport waa taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramp and a kind of cholera Ills case was so severe that he had to have the memberi of the crew wait upon him and Mr GIG fordwas called and consulted He told them he had a medicine in the form of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy that be thought would help him cut and accprJIngly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around I next day The incident speaks quite highly of Mr Gifford medicinesElk- ader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep It in your home It may save life For sale by I all druggists In Brown county Texas dove are to numerous that the farmers hays invited sportsmen to the country to kill them la order to save their wheat The dove are said to come Into wheat field by thousands and in some In stances whole Odds of wheat have been destroyed Thousands of doves have been killed and yet It 1e said they cannot be missed Booker Washington le to be com mended for bit refusal to write a paper I on the subject of the meat strike If the themo suggested bad been POI sum or Otllclal Etiquette Governing White House Luncheons he could have spoken as one haying authority Louisville Times Tbe wives of some of tbe most prom- Inent men of Cuba Kan armed themselves with hatchets and wrecked four saloons in the town demolishing all the furniture and fixtures breaking ever bottle and opening every keg and barrel found- Kentucky saddle horses and thor oughbreds captured Saturday all tbe prizes offered In the classes In which they showed at tbe Worlds Live Stock Exhibition and her staodard bred and Morgan borscs also gave agood ac count of themselves To the Worlds Fair via Queen S Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For information address W C Rlnearaoo G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky J W Eldrldge of Hlllbouse Miss perhaps tbe most extensive cotton planter In the world has decided as an experiment to import Mexicans to pick his crop Negro pickers be says are each year getting more unreliable It Is believed tbo court of inquiry In vestigating tbe conduct of the Georgia militia company at Statesboro will rec ommend a general court mgrtial It is probable that tbe Sheriff will be re moved from office by tbe Governor Gen Fred Grant will assume con mand of the Department of the East of the Army on September 23 He will be succeeded In command of the De partment of the Lakes by Gen Fuotton I find nothing bettor for liver derangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets LF Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale by druggistsPractically everything1aready lorI the coming encampment of the Ken tucky State Guard at the Worlds Fair Japan has addressed a note to the Powers Informing them that unless Russia forthwith disarms her warships Shanghai Japan will be forced to take whatever steps she dooms necei eary to protect her Interests SundayschooltoherDebby who made the trees tbe fields and tbe mountalci Bobbyt dont know sir we only moved here three months ago It Is specifically denied that the French Government Is taking steps to mediate between Russia and Japan Two men wore killed and a third 1 I believed to be dying as the result of a tight at North Fork W Va An agreement has been reached which will end the lockout of 1200 plumbers In BrooklynI egltbeobe convinced at H B Northcott 8tanfrd Ky LUMBER WANTED I lIaplumber I I prlee at MoreJand D U 0 Voytein I Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office in Elmoro Building MAIN bT Stanford Kentucky Residence 1booe m Have Your Buggy Painted It will coat you only S3 I use the boil of paint and varnlskea and guarantee my work to be flrstelUM Gall at shop on Som erset street and tee specimen of my work Uousu painting and paper and satisfactorily J J1IILD- ErUMBRELLAS Rocovered repay 1 and made almost ILl good as now for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for lose money Give me a tr FHASK ATKIKI Stanford LAND FOR SALE As agent for the heir ot Harry Kngle rnnn deceased I will on Monday Sept II 1984 county court day sell at public out cry to front of the court house door In Stan ford a tract of Mac et of land on Hawk Inl Branch In Lincoln county J B PAXTON BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy bUll nes I wUl1l1I for the next H day at cot SurreyPhaetonsHarness They are all tho latest itylo and best make Part of the vehicles are rubber tired Dome to see me and get a bargain at once before ther are all gone crane OOVEK OrabOrchard Ky R A JONES DENTISTStanford I KY Office la Myrr111ue Parlor Phone 91 THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical Slat College of Kentucky otTers the followin courses of study viz Agricultural hot 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 Pest graduate studies are also provided to a Masters degree Each course of study is organised undo a separate faculty The general facult number nearly 50 professor and insiruc tore County appointee receive tuition rune rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain 10 months traveling ex penses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The legislature appropriated 60000 Cora college home for young women and 830 000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Doth buildings are uompleled and in tjse Military tactics and science are fully pro vided for as required by congress Graduates from tho several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely ia excess of the ability of the college lo supply Last year the malricula tiou was 750- Specialists with the necessary numba of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Sirame schools are provided for pedagogy en gineering and instruction in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of college is tbe only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university workThe completion of the college home foi young women provides facilities for good board and lodging It it equipped with all modern conveniences including bathrooms and room for physical culture Ii is heated by steam and lighted by clccric ityAn opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough education in classics modern languages literature science math ematics logic metaphysics history and political economy No other in the offers advantages for education of womon at all comparable to those offered by the State College cf Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of terms of admission apply- to JAS K PATTHRSON Ph D fit D Or D C FRAZEB flits Agt Lexington Ky Foil Term Begins Sept 5 1904 LINOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK t CAPITAL STOCK 5OOOO r Directors J B Fasten J B O B II Bhnnki W O Walker Oeo W Carter J B Fuller L 0 Ooooh IrII Uummlas nrlghtIt w II Shanks Successors to The Farmer Bank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 3t years Wa SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping much business relations will prove mutually beneficial t First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the tMit blank of Stanford in lUI then reorganized as the National hank of Stanford in IBM and again reorganised ai the tint National Ilaik of Stanford In ISIS having had practically an onlnter rupt d existence for 41 It le better led now with facilities for transact togbuelnose PlO and well titan ever before In Iti long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor psratlons Solicited NeIIIfo sera el eIIrod land In taw aunty Mo l ethos tram tutula tenon off Iron Mountain rMte Will sell ot esehaage In property la Lincoln roantr I No small firm reeves Stalls tram bUD ford HoHiiol fourfooJ rooms buk porch sod I TtraoJa coal bass and other bvlMlip la repair Cut In lU fl Mi seal beat 0 sera Mltl stloa one aen ia fruit tree rl In laI IMubtt eommlatoere sale at rxrfiln and be sold at bargain CUee to echoul sad Prltt 1M per wr Law adjoining sold fur tM and sta Tble h balll- tnN04MencJta4Te story tU room dwelling barn swok Wkote acID gram well watered sod lwlkllage In geoJ roodl 1Jlce flUPO IUoo IlSeren room dwrlllof tad altar awl SI law Ne frfslll well and sprioir Frnetnt sod la fait rendition Cheap place M to too WU1saltasmallfamily Ne M aWMaereaoleoalanlHralrlanJ lea e4 In Verr 011 Orap Vise Crwke trlbHlarr of theNorth Irk of Keatuek doer- leer elrs Blood Tirjlnf la ihteknMS Item IV Joel to sis feel buyer nartjaMe te the Month oi aboteenek A nllia4 U wrtT l within Ihrn melee or sail property tae Umber eooiUli ot oak ete Tiuer ffert Will sell or exchange on pay terms No eeA DIM lw slry eight room trim dwellloilnSuofonl liutwo cood cellar with cowret Soot gotxltsnlen well in kluaea negro ablo on which reoufa Ii pee month The dwelling teoubr11permetk Tblpoop arty r In pOd repair aid can U tneba ftt IleN13 Karm 878 one tpleaJM MnefraM lead la UlltOln mealy Te stay a room Ste seMe I treat nontM barn room fat aye M9 hw ol stark IW alltlief oar ovItwIUIafe all la olrti Clow cfcureh erhool pist m randlied lo at a liWt ko4 M are la elUvatoa rat le gmu and tibvr etc Tbr te as d +l reentry kaaw at sit euvenlnaea pliro alee ale watered wish II new failing polo ietc lkreasoable No GINIM rattac t acre liml within Itf mikes Staxftra ID food repair wHtog r l eTeftattlBg well and food altar I ooj bara Will loses orchard anil floe tine IlAOhEic lrla150i- Pa te raise gardn pralw to 5159 Bern of land one mile frwa Somfnet Kywtlnmven DeMi Ferry son In cultlra Uon 44 urn balance In tlinjtr Dwell lot eontalniMTenrooma Iarp bra aad all net oUlbuUdI Fen aDd bulMlnolniplen did repair Well t Pda St800- tGO IrrM ani 10 or4 county Kea- dxmnafromrallydadaid1 UIIM irotu Arsanui rarer 8 Teoiyereoflsnd It river bottom Is firstclam land and la grass Tblaland Ilotleis uebDCtNo farm of SM acre In Lincoln county Three goal dwelllnici S good buns aid other out buildings each house barn eleUut the center of 100 sort All on county rout lj mils from church school and well and well watered This U a good tobscco farm and would suit two or thre fimlllt that might want to corn from the saia neighborhood 1rlr reannabl No 53Twostory frame dwelling of six rooms to balls veranda e well a door and UI otter oar oetbulldlDCI Also Irp blkulthb- o eedO nd Oil lull length ot bop and te feel wide This property will be tM at a very low prlr- eNolIA farm ot Ira acne four mile rem Wan ford on boat pike In the county well watered IeDC gpad dwelling fronts all nertcrvo- utbuildings A splendid blue gram farm ud only 2IJ Minutes drlf from oanty real Owner of DM arm adjoining this has recently refused ftl Mr acre We oar tblestHTlte No 5SHfty acre near lleasant Point Ky Pram house 6 rooms and porch Barn and other outbuildings S acre In eultlTatlon rret In tim her Well watered SOU yards from po school and chureh lsyeand la good sons luunltr rnfeloM- No tIlouse and lot In SUnfordflT roontsball porch In the rear ood arden good nelghborbooil tut to churrbeifcsi Khool lood lor small fam ily rrlc lMO No JHouse and lot In Stanford lions con aloe fire rooms uooJ stable atid a acre of land well fenced tine of prettlMt building lots In town room enough In front other cottage or a 2 story front could be built to th cottage and be made a beautiful horn Will be sold cheap aa tbe must have mone- yNollBwelllnof ilr and porch neccoeury and genie Men large two elory store room ZSitO feet lower room supplied with counters shelve etc Water indwelling and storeroom also clsterp and well on place Small lot bask of star Ono mile from Uulldlng In goat repair aud dwelling originally oat JtM ami store our 11200 sell both for 1830 or will rent or tell tePnIAlIY No I5280 acre farm yI mUo of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant houwe two barns well and spring pear dwelling Ferns In high stu of cultivation 150 sera tirtr bottom laud good fencing fruit etc Irlce I17SO an acre No 45 Two story seren room frame dwelling veranda etc One story itareroom MiCO two blacksmith shops Usant house stable crib and warehouse Every building new and fencing In Hno shape Allot the property li In lluitoarllle Ky and we will sell It as a whole or sell euh plan separately Well at each stable and elitern at house For addieM the above earned see rotary No 72A stock of Roods for sale Thli Is the best business ludsndtheqcest ami must carefully selected stock ot In Central Ken lucky A splendid trade In Unroln std adjoining counties Mil this for cost and andif youwant to go tn liinlnw you cannot find a nicer clock better plan or boiler trade in tbte particular line outiWoof the elites it nice farm at Highland K well Improv ed well watered etc Irk Jtoo 74 iteactes of land on Jamestown ro 4 sovth of Dunnvllle too sires In cultivation about TS acres In timber and rest In Alarge cmvfm Ing also an oU dweTlhir on plate A new lam aid two oU ones ll Is well watered and the Hieing te good On public ro Price a nice one story water works In kitchen and family room Good barn Officers B n SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier W M BRIGHT Aist Cashiers OfficersaJ 8 HOOKER Preit BT IlARn1SV1ree- J J MoUOPEHTS Obr W U WEAKEN A it Ohr Directors 1 I r Reid nanvtIU B T Harris Stanford J8 sleeker Stanford B 11 RaafbMau Stanford T P Hill Stanford Ja RoMMOs Hubble 4JM Oarur Stanford Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyJ e- No70rouratresorisadamis Me1UllllllYI end all neeeuary outewlMian liar well ascot and la good repair IlMuaUaeMt MM and N- cornpanlloely new and we Mny ark fit let ta wbw property No N Fan ol III am IB Casey cwinly Two tlery frame dwnicg two guod barns D otbef outbuildings la good IMcadU tokaen land and lo good mseeshy5brgels at LAS No kTratmofAliases la C euvaty Anew two story I nom fns dwelling aw eM- deellieglnlaltoosdIUei Dues and ether cat b Udincs on ounir redpaodbitoWealaid- well watered two wells spring eta This ls a oil tlrabUbow frkellauIca t FanorMaen U mile from Blaa lord w eeayrood ri tin lo eultlrsllo eeva- is pasture 2 good orchards sal rat la timber Twe small rettagca good been and outbuildings well watered and lenelng fairly good Ilea rsn W bought at your price sa owner IlTi i In Indianapo lis sod mutt has money WIIMll4lrcDweUlDssod buildings In good repair lsoJucilee Urn HoneUnd In good ergbinboolslo to sbool aad en good road IrlefNa KyOsgool barn aad lbr oullmlMlngs Slatyalaealtlrailon U sera la Umber trait tree eta Lsye well OD easily road to ebunba abeeleta litwoolyrflW No U MS acres of law ear Crab Cubed sheep Ni Dil acres oIliiU sad Iwostory tiao how r Prache Has auaesary owt MMmtj is well wake AN IWLrgsr mg I11 feed teftitr aM lea I JiNostory ewes ran t ax JwsiNg Sin room so toy se aWl room n by1 Od ware MB sat to asor il by w Bara aadHKtamM sin il by se tan sWtsUllt waMlKMiMuky a vmg teeth tot tMsswtkMi Tf M MkMM ukyrl IM KKMB WeH kout i by is ata H w41 Lugs stock of taeral mercaaajhe AN of tIMe propttty M m Ansel rSiUikl cowry Ky aid can N bwgM al a targahi N ft Farm of tW acre near llredbMd Nke cottage tenant house S bares ate Halldlag aad freeing ta goalco1INo a sera In reltinlrm will watered Will Ml let II KW or exebup foe property In 14cla county- N I Two story tram dwelling T rooms ball and veranda Good Pedro fencing tied been la goal repair For ul or rent lrle reaaonaM No M Ksrm of IM aorta sltustM seer King vllle Ky i W acres in eultlTatlon W to llmlrretgaud barns and otbro- uILulhilogsslodrepair PwelHng romparattT If new la within 100Jnli of three ebtirehcs wheel pMtotnc and Property Ito on dNlcablParalet n 400 or ta parcels of not IMS than M eon to sultpurohaser This Is certainly ebeap property No 17Two tllr1 sight roomnamedwelling la Stanford Ky Larg garden aid barn lot This Is one of ib moat desirable bruise in town Inc reaaonaMNo Dwlllngr4 rooms with JO acre lend InMoretand loud boo lid neneaary outbuild leg 2 welts in yard splendid orchard and t urn 1rlrelwON I tll1prlIDentaHI parltculanthing t Title Us t0fairn smoNoland In McKln 001niItermfstory dIIIDfweUtb ofStaIerdelmetobradd l LomefateNa 57 Iroom ram eoltige and on sere o land In KlagiTllle Ky Large barn smoke house repairPriceNo 7oTeo acre of land two story front tot tags Ibis Is new a good garden andeplmdidorchard of tlf acres feneltg good two stable buggy house wok bl etcA good well OD pan t her U also a good mill oa the 1 a od rruiher In mill It Is run nat AII dgurcnr ii No 3OA twos of IM acres frame dwelling outsbuildings diweeLees I place for only MO per acts No 24 Frame hotel large room double dai hallway Etc A large 2 story nranjfeet Irom hotel up stairs froDIIrtrcet1O 2 nice cottage nicely furnlibcd lI papered and painted 4 room and veranda each A arlO on same lot used as livery viable Uood garden Vacant lot adjoining M feet front by 200 feet deep All of this property Is In London Ky money1oprletor I month AOun 001 81chnllforNo UMJ acre near Jumbo 200 acre In culti vation rest In titular NIx dwellings on place five of them nw two tobacco barn and large stock 4Sircauwgoodm41bburboo4figures Inkitchengarden Price MOO 110 75A small farm of 7d aere of good laud laatedclose to town Price 11240 t No t lloust and lot In Darsttownt heuse has irooms hU and nice vaniii Oi d cistern large InJooJ