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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IfVOL XXXII t STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1904 SAM NO 55 I Prof Garland Singleton Next to the affair of the church tbo schools and educational Interests of a oouoty are the most Important and the moat sacred since wo mutt educate the people It wo would keep them from crime and develop the high pure and b ennobling attributes of mo To super vise and properly conduct thu icbool e eyetem one must be properly quallUed ID theory and practice an examination being required by law al a testofeompa toner So It require more than an or denary amount of Information to be su perlnteadant of schools and but few are competent to QU the ofllce Prof Gar land Singleton U thoroughly equipped for the 11COI and hat demonstrated hiiabl itf oitbeimxtpr owhco hebtf dltcbarireu ilu ouim rf the little for siveril tetrg HeiMi uOam disclaims to the Qeraoormlu urty fur re summation cod reelection Uo was born Ma 41811 hi risen tort bavtoe eome Imm Virginia tile family ouBttd uf k wife aid four Ktldrea hi bavlnif married lIu Pile oa flu kbit 101M B lDrf eminently foetal aM fraternot hr is s rembr of that 00 F K P io K 0 T M la re lUliw rIb be I a wwrtbv mem ber of Ibe UaptUt OQurcb lie was reared oo a farm maelfettuit la early life a desire tu acquire Informatloa Alter attending tttbultilur a wblle our log which titan hi kraoltiun led b m to apply blroiolf nlduoutly be became tufflcUutly well lufurmtdio adopt the highly honorable protestloo ol loaobtne whlcb be fullnwtd fur eight year very tueccMlBlh sod a It to prepare bitceU fur for highly bonnr able poiltlea wbleh br eow bold be carved as ictaoul trustee Having thus carved bla wry upward be richly d- olrIIIU bold Use highly factorable po iltlon be ba and U le claiMtd that It would oely be a Juet rcoaiUoo of bit I superior mill to elect him to another term Os popularity U further evloo ed by tbt fait that be ran ahead of soy Iofthe county ilaket whan elected U tree to the democratic party and work faithfully to lr urj Its su- cour Ue It iiI 01 In isle ooovlcilont yet modest and unasiumlnjr wbicb It al wave a proof of tvperlor merit cod ablh Ity UlaoonoedMt that nii peculiar flioptt lor the nuke bit popularity and i hit atl faoiory ntUeial career combine to make hit prospects fur reeieetlon most excellent WHAT IS CATARRH Hyomel Only Guaranteed Curo for This Common and Dlsa grooable Disease Hyomei cures oaanh br tho simple method of bieathlng It into the ilr par Bigea and lunge It kt U tile germs ol oatarrhsl poltou heals and soothes the Irritated mucous membrane anti effec tually drives this illionse from the eye tem If you here any of the folowiog symp ftorecatsrrhal germs are at work tome In the mucous membrane of tho throat bronchial tubes or tissues of the lung Offentlvr breath dryness of the nose pain across the eyes pain in hack of the t head pain In front of the head tendency to take cold burning pain In the throw hawking to clear the throat pain in the t chest a cough stitch In liMe loslcg of dealt varlabo appetite low periled at tlmoe raising of frothy TUCOUB expncto I rating yellow matter dfliculty In breath- Ing frequent anctzlng husklness of voice J discharge from the rose stoppage of the ot the body drop l Close at nghl aching t pings In the throat mouth open while I sleeping tickling back of the palate for mation of crusts In the nose dryness of the throat in the murnlnrloea of strength I 8Msms of coupling cough short and hacking cough wono nights and morn Inga lows In vital force a feeling of I tlghlnew across tho uppor part ol the S elicit Hyomel will destroy activity otall f oatarrhal germs litho respiratory organs and in a few weeks the euro will bo com r This is a strong statement but Penny emphasizes It by agreeing to refund your i money it Hyomel does not curo IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES- At I FleralnBsburjr Judge John Si Powers aged 04 Is dead i John Downey a farmer was found dead In the field near Madltonyllle j Mrs AnnleRclitcr wlfoot a wealthy Jcitamlno county farmer died of lockjaw W S Pant the wealthiest capitalist of Uiitero Kentucky died at Mi Star ling severaldead Chat Dreunlg a we1 known saloon keeper of Louisville died of Stomauh trouble Daniel Conway aged 25 rear com mitted suicide at Lexington by drink Ing carbolic acid Charles Flnney Clark president of the Dradttreet Company died In Lon don of heart failure The loses Ic the big tire of Saturday morning In the wholesale district of Memphis aggregate 500000 Twenty one young men of Bourbon- county will receive the benefits of the Oartb educational fund this year At Harrodsbure Miss Denna Doll 15 an exceedingly popular girl died after a two weeks Illueit of typhoid fever Jobn RaJlly claiming to be from Bawling Green stabbed Dan M Sohae far at Pool du Lao WIs and bo wilt dieSt Louts oapttallttt have been grant ed a franoblte for an electric light and power plant and ttreelear system at DanvilleThomas Oldbam a well known bud nett man of Curdvllle Davies county was shot and killed by Edward Orkelt a saloon keeper An English syndicate It laid to have aleo milliondollar deal on foot for the purchase of oil properties In Kansas sad California Tbree Indictments were returned In Ltteber county In connection with tbe muddlo In the Eleventh Congressional Rtpublloan Dlttrlct While walking In hit sleep Robert F Cattell of Lexington steeped from a second story window In St Louts and was Instantly killed Judge Dell In the Circuit Court at I Lancaster overruled a motion for anew trial for John Metcalfe convicted of kilting bit brother An explosion followed tbe lowering oltroelycerln Into a well near Upper Saoduiky 0 and five person were killed and Ore Injured Grief over the death of hit lltIe daughter Intensified by drink caused John Gtetel to commit tuloldeby shoot lag himself In the bead Roxaona Raymond and Charles Tay lor who committed suicide are tbe Ant Negroes to take tbolr own lives In Jefferson county In six years Mr Anna Drown of Lexington called for an undertaker over the tele phone then took carbolic acid and shortly after his arrival died Mlisos Llale and Ida Dennis sister were married at Lancaster the former to Mlllard Dakar the latter to William UnderwoOd All are from Marcellut Tbe administration rf John Scanlon the Louisville Southern engineer wbo was killed In a wreck near Harrods burg oo June I has tiled suit against the road for 130000 damaget MrI Nora Dow wife of V J Dow and daughter of Judge Nicholas of Dardwell was found dead In her bed at tbe Loulsylllo Hotel She had been suffering from heart trouble Thomas Cecil shot and seriously In jured James Cblnn near Danville and slightly wounded Cblnns adopted laD- Ed Walters The difficulty arose over tome timber that each claimed At Danville the Dlllebay brluk yard was destroyed by fire ThA Iou U about 13000 with small Insurance It will be rebuilt Immediately It Is believed to be the work of an Incendiary The second death penalty within a week In tbo Davies Circuit Court was brought In by the Jury In the case of Roy Green a Negro charged with the murder of James Coomes of Webster county The new game law which prohibits the sale of game shot In Kentucky has gone Into effect and Loutsvlllo hotel und restaurant keepers will have dim nutty ID securing partridges for their patrons this fall Frankfort promises Itself one of the biggest conventions that over mot a convention of the Meyers In all parts of the world Every sort of Moyer Is to be tolerated Meyer proper Mcor Mall Mayer Myer Meier etc Jamison Damron a wealthy whole sale liquor dealer of Catlettsburg was shot and killed on an electric car at KenovB W Va by Charles Smith wbo was captured after a chase and taken to Hunttngton for safekeeping The docket of the Court of Appeals for the fall term has been made up It Is larger than usual and contains 430 cases divided as follows 400 con tinuance and appearance cases 60 com monwealth and 27 oral argument t r Mr Michael Fletcher Elkin iTbe Legislative department of goy eminent Is the basis tbe substratum and the foundation upon which the oth er braoctes depend Salutary laws mutt first be enacted before they can be productive of good to the peo pie Qocce the Importance of elect lag men of experience with humao affairs and a high degree of Intelligence as our lawmakers Mr M F Elkln Is a candidate for State Senator In this district consisting of the counties of Lincoln Garrard Doyle and Casey submitting hit claims to the will of tbe democratic party and It Is claimed that hit experience Ic public tile together with his many sterling quilitlat emi nently qualify him for tout exalted cud highly responsible position Qe Is 40 years of age was born to Garrard oountv receiving a good En glish education which be has Improv ed by application sod by being In close touch with teen of distortion Ho It a ton of Cot W S Blkln nod bit mother was Mitt Mary Wallace of Jefferson county la 1867 he was marrlod to- Mb Katie Tucker of Alhiar Oa they now being temporarily located In Lexington on account of having their only son In college He Is In fetlowtblo with the 10 O F Masons Fythlans Rod Mum Elks and tbe K O T M A bettor democrat never lived He trav eled 1300 miles to vote for the gifted Bryan and always contributes time and funds for the success of the party He has the distinction of being State I commander of the Maccabees a great fraternal beniflclary order and on this account his name Is a household word throughout the country Under his supervision since 1804 that order has grown so rapidly that Its member ship In the State Is 6000 and he has placed over 1000000 of Insurance He has served as supreme picket entice first roister of guard and at the last review of tbo Supreme Tent at Detroit he was elected supreme sergeant His relations with other supremo officers lire most pleasant especially with Su preme Commander D P Markey Su preme Representative W A Glnn mayor of the city of Ashland and Ed J Tanner of McKlnney Ky State R K Many widows and orphans have been blessed by this noble order and tbe la bore of Mr Elkln have been productive of much good for suffering humanity Honestylndustry and capacity should be tbe test for fitness to hold high off clal positions aod he Is not wanting In any of these He Is familiar with the wants of tbe people and his extended acquaintance his popularity and large and Influential relationship conspire to make him a formidable candidate He Is very Intelligent presents a splendid personal appearance Is anelrquentand logical speaker and has a great many friendsIn of all these distinguishing characteristics his friends regard him as a favorite and they are willing to Uack their judgment on his chances to win In the Senatorial contest Only Did His Duty as He Saw It I deem It my duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wiley Park the wellknown merchant and postmaster at Wiley Ky I have boon sell lug it for three or four years and it gives complete satisfaction Several of my customers tell mo they would not do without U for anything Very often to my knowledge one single dose has cured a severe attack of diarrhoea and I poet tively know that it will cure the flux dysentery You are at liberty to use this testimonial you please Sold by all Druggists r When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab ices They are easy to take and producQ no griping or other unpleasant effect For sale by all Druggists Tho congregation of McPerrao Mem orial Baptist church started a move moot looking to the combination of all the churches In Loulsvllleln a religious revival Hon Richard C Warren There are many wbo favor the enactment of a Jaw requiring the judge ot- a county court to be a praollolog attor ney In order that ho may be better qualified to dispose of the difficult ques tions and Issues which raaycome before him for settlement They now have tbe opportunity of aiding In the election of such a man tbe Hoe Richard C Warren who Is a candidate for judge ol the Lincoln county court subject to tbo action of the democratic party Ho was born oo the 4tb day of April 1841 and Is of Ecgllib descent bis an cestors having come from Virginia end Maryland His gifted and excellent wife was Miss Charlotte Letcber Duo can of Garrard county and they lire blessed with five daughters nod one eon He graduated at Centre College Dan ville Ky In 1602 ard also at the Lou isville Law School In 1800 being ad mltted to the bar the same year Be log a close observer of human events and familiar with the motives which govern the actions of men be Is net urally fitttd for tbe office he seeks la religious faltb and sincere practice be Is a Presbyterian living a consistent Christian life acd observing the rules ol morality In every word and deed He Is steadfast In his convictions for right and carries them with him In every walk of life even observing them In political contests which but few men are disposed to do lo politics he Is an uncompromising democrat and be has been an earnest worker an able organizer and an elo quent orator In every political battle since 1870 always being In toe front ranks making encrlHcea for his friends always having In view thepromulgation of democratic principles and the per petuity of party organization His host of friends claim that this long ableacd faithful service should be rewarded by gratifying his desire to be county judge which would be but a slight token ol appreciation and a meager reward for his services Be was county attorney from 1870 to 1874 and Commonwealths attorney from 1880 to 18SO making an able pros ecutor He was alto a member of tbe Legislature la the session of 1SSO and 1800 In these place of public trust his career was brilliant and effective He served as special judge by apoolntment Of the governor In Wbltley two terms Rockcastle one term and Wayne one term Ho frequently held court for Judge Owsley and Judge Saufley and frequently Instructed the grand jury when holding those courts These ser vices are directly In line with the duties of county judge and are given to show that be Is eminently and peculiarly qualified to discharge the duties of the office which tbo people will certainty reallz Hell In tbe prime of life full of mental and physical vigor and caoablo of rendering excellent ser vice In any position A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die an a eon riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Con gumption Coughs and Colds W II Brown of Lcesvillo Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of contutnptlon pneumonia bron chills coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles GOc and 11 ihascures It surpasses any other salvo lo lion ointment or balm for cuts corns burns boils sores felons ulcer totter salt rheum fever sores chapped hands Skin eruptions Infallible for plies Cure guaranteed Ouly 23c at Pennys the druggist Nine children four women and one man 14 persons In all perished In a pre In a fourstory double tenement building on New Yorks East Side early Sunday mOrOIDjlI Qr i a DANVILLE KENTUCKY A Very Special Sale of Imported China esa + o eet iaesms Beginning Tuesday morning Sept Gthwe will hold the grentost sale of imported chiimwnro over hold in Central Ky We Logan our preparation for this solo last February and have gathered together an immense line of useful nnd attractive artiolos that will bo of internet to every housekeeper 1 and to must every one else t- All of this we imported direct from tho factory in Europe and ovary piece is marked at very closest possible margin- In addition to our import orders wo bought trom the agents in New York a great many samples and odd pieces of China and Glass at less than i the import cost All of these will be on sale Tuesday morning Come in as HWU as you can We will have most of the goods displayed on tables in our rear room where they can bf examined very conveniently and in very strong light Wo mention a few items only that we have in considerable quanti ties but there are hundreds of others just as good value fi elsChoico of 200 oatmeal and fruit saucers worth 10 to 2iioSeteIctnChoice of 200 8incll Decorated Plates worth 15 to 25 cts5 eta 5 cts Good size white China Cream Jugli cts 10 cts Choicn of a big lot of Cut Glass Salt Cellars 10 cU 10 cts Fullsize Soup Plates Carlsbab China worth 80 ctsl0ctls 10 eta Decorated Cups and Saucers fullsizetO etc 10 cts White and Gold China Cups and Saucers 10 cts 10 cts White and Decorated Plates in three sizesl0 etc 10 cts Large size Cream Jugs neatly decorated 10 eta 25 cts Large Butter Dishes with covers in English semiporcelain25c ioo= Piece DinnerSets 1095 We offer 7 full lOOpiece dinner sets in beautifully decorated German China These are in newest shapes and arc equal to any sets that you will sec priced at 2- 075C Covered Dishes 75C VCo otlbr choice of 85 samples of decorated covered vegetable dishes casa erolos and soup tureens at 75 cU These are in all fcizos and shapes and ranged in prices from 125 to S250Choiee 75 cts nEAT DISHES Wo also oiler 50 samples fmeat dishes and platters l1nil sizes from croquet to turkey size at 3b 50 and 75 cts Each one is worth two or three times our price BO its12 samplo sauce or gravy boats worth double 50 etc OTHER ITEMS Plates in ovorysize from individual butters to chop plates and front 5 etc to 85 each Salads Nut Bowls Comports Olives Saucers Ramikaus Thoro arc a grout many articles that will make very acceptable present and you can nflbrd to buy now for Christmas Some Glass Bargains We will offer about 300 sample pieces in fine Imported Glass Wines Cordials Crcnio do Jfontho Champagne Sherbet Goblets etciu cut Rock Crystal Ktched and Gold Glass at various prices from 10 cts to 1 each They are worth three times the price and you can secure very rare pieces at little cost Ready=To=Wear This department is rapidjy filling up with now things Mot every express brings us now Tuilor Suits Skirts Cloaks etc Como in frequently nnd see tho new goody as they arrive 1 r P1 fir DANVILLE KENTUCKY i IfHE INTERIOR JOURNAL c WALTON IE TIC TICKET tForPretidenl ALTON BROOKS PARKER of New York For Vke Pretident HENRY 0 DAVIS of last Virginia For Judge Fifth Appellate Dittrict JUDGE JAMES E CA XTRILL Of CrergrtOto- rtTuELexingtouDemocrat pays Hon j R C Warren of this place the follow InK compliment Bon R C Warren who la a candidate for county judge In Lincoln county will be remembered ball 9 who attended the appellate conveu lion here In August as the man wh made the savage speech directed at Chairman Lee Those who heard him would Imagine that Mr Warren Is pug and hunts for trouble but In faaclous he Is a mild mannered and lov who counts his friends by the t legion and who usually gets every of t fice he goes after He has been county attorney Commonwealths attorney member of the Legislature master J commissioner etc and has filled all of them with credit to himself and sat M isfactorily to his constituents Mr b Warren is a forceful speaker and a fine 5 lawyer and if the people shall grant present desires be will make them 1bls county judge 1 ofTHE newtpapers the SUit gestion that the surgeon take the place of hangman In case of rape as new and- y novel It may be to them but some 30 C years ago the late Judge Thomas W Varnon of Lincoln county then State Senator presented a bill In the Ken clucky Legislature embodying the Idea i The tenderhearted members thought J the punishment too revolting and de t clined to consider the bill which was put to sleep In the committee room l TilE lullof politics but the dinner pall Is empty The cry of bard times comes from every section and we have the highest tariff In the i world The grand old party of bun- combe and brass still has full power In e every department of the government f I IN the llth district of Kentucky reo publican harmony means anything f short of a Jreeforalt fight The only reason that It bas not come off Is be cause they have put some in Jail under j Indictment for fraud and the other principals have never met FORMERLY the republicans of Ken rid of their political rivals 3through the use of a Marlin rifle and a crack shot Now they put thcmln ofllco I and dish out taffy in chunks i POLITICAL The Hon Kerr Cralge of North Carolina died of heart trouble In I WashingtonThe Republicans have decided- to open tbelr State campaign at War- renr about October 1 Mr Bryan has announced to Chairman Taggart that he will be ready to take the stump for Parker Oct 1 It Is thought that the effort to amend the Constitution of the State of Ten nessee will meet wlthactlve opposition The Democrats of Wisconsin In con vention at Ohko h nominated former Gov George W Peck of Milwaukee for GovernorHon Watterson editor of the i CourierJournal called on Judge Parker at Eiopus and helda long consulta I tion with him The State Election Commission has been called to meet In Frankfort September 9 for the purpose of filling va I cancies on county boards Mayor Josiah Quincy of Boston vis IHedJudge Parker at Roiemount and proof sheets of the Demo cratic campaign book which will soon be published Moses Collier aged 84 yearsCoroncr of Garrard county and recently re nominated by the Democratic Committee for that office is dangerously 111 There Is little hope for his recovery The Vermont State election will beheld today The republican campaign has been apathetic and the party ral lies have not been well attended The meetings held by the democrats or the contrary have been large and enthusi astic An unknown woman barefooted and with her clothing In shreds was discovered In the woods near Danville H- Is thought she Ie dementtd and that she has lived In the forest for weeks She gave her home as Louisville Six persona were killed and 1U were Injured two of whom probably will die by the collision ot a Wabash Worlds Fair shuttle train and a suburban elec tric carat a crossing in the suburbs of St Louis I After a quarrel with her lover Miss Ada Lyman of Scott county commit iludsuicide with carbolic acid J i YOSEMITE Quite A number from this vicinity attended the Somerset fair Whooping cough Is still raging here and some are having a severe tussle with it- Uncle Bob McWhorter is quite sick with carbuncles Hon Preston Fogle of Oklahoma Is visiting his parents at this place Miss Mlna Swope and George Lucas a very youthful couple of MIdnleburg were married at the residence of Rev Farrell last week WT Royalty has returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs E S Fish or aUDrlpplog Springs Rufus Gann of Nashville visited his sister Mrs John Coulter at this place Rev Owens with toe assistance of Roy Coleman is holding a series of meetings at the Mlddleburp Baptist church and large crowds greet them at each service We hopo great good will resultMrs J L Godbev of Oneida Tenn Is visiting relatives at this place Geo hasobeen visiting friends here returned to Somerset Alex Crayons and wife ot Wayne county have been the guests of his parents here J C Allen and family of Somerset visited friends here and at MIddlebcrg Mr and Mrs Spur geon Sjmpsoo of Grass Valley Ore aro back In Old Kentucky again satis fled that It Is the best place to live HUSTONVILLE Mrs Nannie Owens of Washington Is visiting friends in the West End A splendid 160 acre blue grass farm with fine brick house on pike for sale cheap as dirt quick W R Williams George Dlnwlddle of Beattyvllle Is visiting his parents this week Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford was with relatives here Sunday Building Is progressing splendidly and with favorable weather for a week or so we will hear the merry hum of the festive brick layers rushing their work on the two large hotels either of which would be a credit to your city All things are in readiness althecol lege for the opening of the graded school Tbeltultlon for children outside the district Is so very reasonable that none within rcachcan afford not to take advantage of the great oppor tunityIn hotlY contested ball game hereon Saturday Hustonvllle was defeated 8 to 7 by Middleburg This is their first defeat this season and the boys are as busy explaining the cause of tbelr defeat as the Russian cabinet is explaining Kuropatkins stragetlo moves from behind Impregnable forts LAND STOCK CROPS ETC At the sale of the late Alex Traylor corn sold for II 75 Instead of 1 50 as reported in last Issue Wheat drill with fertilizer attachment good as new for sale W O Shanks Stanford Frank B Harper Is nearing the end Be was owner of the once famous Ten Broeck and Is 77 years of age Improved Superior wheat drill with fertilizer attachment all right for sale cheap B O Anderson Goshen 2t Two good family horses and a mare for sale Not afraid of trains or auto mobiles Box 101 Stanford Ky John S Baughman of Boyle sold to Thomas C Ramsey of Monticello a threeyear old Alllewood gelding for 8250 B G Fox ds Co will be at Stanford next court day to buy 100 mule cults and 50 yearlings Mules received day of purchase FOR RENT Farm j mile from Hue tonvillo containing 150 acres Price 6050 Call on A J Adams Huston vllle Ky- Came to my place two weeks ago a 700 pound steer Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep W1 Beck Stanford Ky 2c Donnelly the president of the Butch ers Union says a meat famine will be forced at all costs as the beat weapon with which to fight the packers Jobn Denton of Fayette county pur chased the Samuel Forsythe farm of 651 acres in Mercer county 399 acres for 124000 and 152 acres at 173 50 per acreKentucky entries at the Worlds Fair live stock show won over 117000 in prizes awarded while at Columbia Exposition 11 years ago they only won about 5000 FOR SAtE12fat heifers 0 steers weigh GOO to 700 pounds 25 fat lambs 18 of them ewes and seven bucks 1 fine Jersey bull ready for service 50 bushels seed rye Want 7 hogs to fatten on corn Box 161 Stanford Ky At Paris farmers are suffering from a plague of grasshoppers The fields and roads are covered with the pests and grea fear Is expressed that they will entirely destroy all standing crops Tremendous rains have lately fallen in that section J Granville Cecil Jr of Danville bad tho satisfaction of winning the grand championship for standard trotting mare over the noted entry Noret ta B F Slavln of Danville captured fourth money in the ring for fourmule team to wagon James S Hunter one of Alason count wealthy residents is dead CHURCH MATTERS I Rev D C McCallum will preach at the Turnersvllle Christian ohurcn next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Every body luvlted The C W B M will hold morning afternoon and night sessions at the Christian church on Tburtday and Friday of this week A Pittsburg priest hewed his way In to church with an ax and said early mass while a mob of 600 men and wo men gathered around the edifice to preyed U Fifty policemen were required to escort him to the parish house At Mayfield Rev W W Worrell Is dead at the age of 82 year Ho had been a very prominent and conspicuous figure In both church and State for ma ny years He was a member of tbo Legislature In 1837 Rev Baker P Lee of Lexington proposes to reform the drink evil by Inaugurating a taloon system under municipal control the proceed to be devoted to the erection of homes for friendless and orphan children A practical feature of tbe scheme Is that under it there will never be any leek ot friendless and orphan children Louisville Times The annual missionary and Sunday school convention of the 10th district will be held here la the Christian church on tbe Sib and 9th of this month The Sunday schools of the Christian church In Lincoln county are each Butted to send at least two aatlve Sunday School workers as dele gates to the Sunday School convention which will be on the 9th All dele gates will be entertalndd in tbe homes of members of tho Chrlsiliyn church Sour Stomach When the quantity of foot taken is too largo or the quality too rich tour stom ach in likely to follow and especially 10 if the dlgcstlon has been weakened by constipation Eat fowly and not too freely of easily digested food MaMlcato the food thoroughly Let five hours elapse between mule and when you feel a full nose and weight in the region of the stom ach after eatlngtike Chain brrlalaaSiom ash and Liver Table and the sour atom ach may be avoided For sale ballDruggists TilE Lexington Democrat makes a I great campaign otter of Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after tha November election for II This Is about a cent a copy and Is not only tbo cheap est dally you can get but the beet derv ocratic organ you can read during the present campaign This office will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must Invariable accompany It SAVE MONEY I Dy buying coal early We have jest re ceived 26 ears coal aad will sell ata reduced cheaperthanlnISKINO k OOV Moreland Ky FOR SALE 1 A mall bluegrass farm new house with seven room all aeeesar outbuilding bllhtatevine Boyle county Ky For particulars address or call on J A Bice Markiburv or S B Rice Danville Ky The CalvertM- iss Willie K Hooker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ayer St Louis For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limit on the Somerset pike house hasT rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P HAlLEY BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pena In Connection Only SLOO Daily g Sunday DemocratFor 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 FOR SALE Thoroughbred lack flerkahlre bags Southdown and grade ibeep of both next John Sleele Carpenter Huetoovllo Ky A S PRICE largconDtatlit j I Stanford Kj oafs T UcBobuu Bulldlnt Drat Store In tae 011II Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to tell privately mt farm of 170 acres located ID edge of HustonTllle Oood Improvement fruit never failing water at whole or divide Small bouin on lower part 0 II IIAKNRTT- HuitOQYlllo Ky Dripping Springs Spoars Fisher Mqr A dellghtifl Summer retort Splendid table reasonable rates best waist In country Write for particular Peitootaa Dripping Springs THE Joseph Price Infirmary It open all the year for tho treatment of surgical and chronic dUcate and for con ulutlon Hoard and turning ihall be cub In advance weekly and monthly Professional bllli when services are rendered and must tpaid promptly E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Ifflflwau Saloon COOD at RICE Prors finest wines whisky find beers Special wholesale dealers Lexiul Uia famous blue Oraa Hear Osae keg and bottled C Brent Soathwood ralier Tlrane se Stanford Ky- EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my IileI feel confident in saying 1 represent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures end drectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons In this line will bear me out prices are tbe same as inex orlanced men who are in the business also have a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a model ate price Thank- Ing you for past favor I am your II C RUlLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting tubing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violator to the full intent of the law J Spoonaroore T M Holme n P Newland J II Oatnenlach Peter Rainier W H Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wits E V Carnn II 1 Hawkins Mrs Mary E R A Lawrence Frank OordlerWekbI Mrs A D Root Sam P Be7nold- Morgan Humphrey 0 T VVIllaon ClharlM Bnlln II McAlliter Mrs Kate Ador Itelehenbach Drs Fred VonOruenlganAlbert YonUruenigan Fred VonAllman Fred Baumaun Stanford Granite Marble Co f INCORPORATED Is now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments marker taoleU etc from our own Lincoln county stone recently discovered the analysis of which prove It to he of the Gnat quality This tone Is in several colors weCanalso furnish stand ard material from anj quarries Irrthe world Phone mln other 00 J Boone pros Stanford Ky or T J Teter branch office McKinney K- yAdministrators Sale Sept L 1WU As administrator of the estate of J V ColToy decoaed I wnl olrer tor alo And with the consent of Joseph Coney their en tire form ut 309 sores of ae goad land as la with residence and alluece themverylargbetgoodfenuinguplenty water The farm lays well on the l1ulouvlllo and Danvllte nllte In good neighborhood and In I one mile of depot on 0 lltoadwillt not sold before the 8thof Ieltomher then be sold to the highest bidder Upon that date I will sell personal property consisting of hay oft of e5 acres seed ofT of 65 acres wheat off of 50 acres corn off of 11 acres 3 good work mules 1 yearling muiq 2 brood mares 13 yearling cattle 1 binder I 1 c barrow as good a new fertilizer wheat drill 1 corn plant er 2 Oliver Ohlll plows No 201 corn sheller 2 A harroWS 1 bay baler In order 3 two horse wagons 2 hay frame onobalt Inter O to 1110 of orchardrgra e- tobaccoeed tobacco slick some old corn I buggy and hlrDlllli t caddie bridle and blanket 250 locust posts for wire fence laC white oak poets for pot roll fence 60 locust pots for post ran fence 1 double barrel shot gun l gold waICI 1 sit ver watch I farm roller M heap brake 2 2 double shovel plows Any callwill show- thorn plouro will begin at 0 have 17 ihnre of turn ppike steak In tbe Mtddleburj ft Liberty l1 shares of stock In tho Mid CemetervI will be sold for one on one and two years retained on land AdmrI I p Grand Leader I Wo invite you to inspect The So roais Underskirt which bus jut arrived Afo fueln pnrJoimblo pride in showing this garment We have utilized much time and ex pense in comparing diflbront innkw of mcanskirU that have been sub mitted to us and in ovary Instance the Sorosis lies proxon its supo 3 riority on all point Wo mention n few points in which Tha SolO via loade oi The SOHOSIS way Kvory Mnm tailored everyalge lniiinl nmlc with yoke nod Mrnpped seam absolutely dust proof rufllo The mutcct Itsad cleiuiwt workmanship throughout A SOHO IS means IVrlctl in every detail Tho same attention givon the designing of n 08o skirt All ii upplifd to the erection of the 83 null 84 garment so nil nimbi nNiiro the wt1lltl- r8rm111A faultlessly cut Perfect fitting and that full grntr Jul time tract to so much in vogue SOROSIS tho haute to iwHMnlwr when yUw buy underskirtTHE GRAND LEADER OW8IBY HUM K WATTII ntIt ins M8 Lo y O Co S B Levy SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1p14 We arc ready to supply you with TftUtfe IVwilt IWk Satchels and Straps Clmlk CWnrwl Crayon awl nil llmiku used in Lincoln ootuilye have IUt exlm lnrfe line I all supplies useful to the Scholar PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanfordr rr IMPORT SHIPMENT 4 t Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a shortttime I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GEORGE H FARRIS a COt IStanford Kentucky The last resting place of your departed ones fay the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlttlcdeslgn the best material FYand of per feet workmanship We carry stock of Monument Marker and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky h TO THE FARMERS I This is tho proper season to put up WOVEN WIRE FENCE Wo sellTIIEw I AMERICAN tho best inndu Call lulu If see im before buying your fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard t KytC R McCormack Dealer in GroceriesHardwareTinware I Fresh meats and fish daily High 1 est Market Price for Country Produce C R McCormack Hustonville I Stanford Male And Female Seminary I STANFORD KENTUCKY arrayFirst term begins Monday Sept 61005 The members of our Faculty are nil expo tbepOinteduentlonalwork t t p- L A YOU CANT GO TO SCHOOL1 IiWithoutSchool Shoes If you want to have a well dressed foot come to us priceslto suit any purse Lasts and styles to suit any feetvt Come and see the new Black and Colored Woolens in all the newest wears and colors Fancy Mohairs Fancy Cheviots Broadcloths Meltons Rain Proof Cloths c u v- t SEVERA1fCE SOSTAJt ddf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Sept Ii 1001 y BRIKU or tend ni your prerlpLloo id we will rave thorough sad aoeu rate work Our prices are reaionabl rod In neeordanoa with the kill Ind material required Fanny Drajj Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS MR J 8 nuNDLBY of Marlon li bra RICHARD WILLIAMS II taking in Ihef 8l Loali fair MR T M PBNNINOTON li with rela tires at Sower it Mats R 8 LYTLH of Danville li here with friends W K here elerdlI eo route to 8IhlcHBATH WILLIS was on yesterday train bound for St Louts Miss MARY MOHLEY tt bank from a vim to Loulirlllo friend v HBV O M HUBY went to Uayi Ule yesterday to bold a mcellolrIIRS OLBO BROWN I In Cincinnati b ytaR her Fan mlllioerlIMR J H VAXIIOOK of Burnilde Ill bare yesterday OB twilnen MK WM SBVBKAXCII went to Loult rllle T terday to buy dry good DKBJOUN B OWSLBY and Hugh t Reid attended the Somerset fair I T C WILLIS of Nlabolaitllle wai the guest of U O Wray BIIDdayr 4JOIIf SHANKS U working at the doI pot while James Carpenter li sick Miss STELLA MCOLARY U the rues of the MUieiThompion at Mt Vornon MR J W HAYDBN of Paris walI with bli sister MM Marv Welsh Sun lay It WOODS of Cincinnati i was Demt swat A8HHY M WARRBN of Mobile Ala It with his parent ion and Mrs R 0 Warren RRV a R POWHLtn of Lexington J wa here everal days with his father Gapu 1oellIMRS SA UBL PUBLICS and ahlldren went up to ItIhusood ywurtlar to Vii 1Itrelatives I MtssaB ANNA AND KtTTIB OOOCH are In Garrard visiting their brother WM Gooab f t MR J B LYNN wai the guest of blI daughter MM Joe B Clannth during the Somerset fair Miss NANNIB V ANDRV HIt U with her deter MM W E Vernon at Hen derioovllle N 0 Miss MAOOIB LAWRENCE wbo li 4lulTorloll from typhoid fever U not 10 I well at last aocount OHo HARRIS left yesterday for Mq Klaoey Texas to take a poiltlon at the cotton exchange O K WOODS nod little daughter Mamie Miller of Richmond were bore t ueiterday between trains MR AND MRS T J POSTBR bavt returned from a visit to the former brother at Cleveland 0 MESDAUB9 E P STOPKR and Marv Cunningham of Loulivlllo are gueiU of Mr J K VanAndale MK3 w P WALTON has returned to her homo In Lexington after a visit to her fathers family hero I MRS J S OW8LEY JR and son James MeKlwalne have returned from t a protracted itay at Franklin JOHN MBNEKEB left yesterday for St Louis and from there be will go to the University of Virginia to school MOKENZIE DROWN left Tuesday for the Virginia Military Institute Lex ington VftMt Vernon Signal 4 MK8DAMBS S M OWENS sad L B Cook were the guests of MM Dr J M Owens at Somerset during the fair MESSRS CIIAS AND PRESTON LAN t Beetle Lanbamaspent lSundaybinCln olonattMRS A H SEVERANCE and little s returned to Aledo Texas yes Heath visit to reinprotracteds terdav after a Uye hare EDGAR REYNOLDS and Mill McKlonoy are visiting their III Kate Mesdames Ed Lowll and George tars and families at Yates Center h MoKlnnoy tho WorldsKan They will visit Fair before returning I SAMUEL M WILIUTE tbo City Con troUor has been Invited to road a paper of Accountanthe Congreesat attho World Fair probableSheleading and papers will bo rOAd by t the be gar citiesCourler controllers of Jaaraal many of the Jar t NEW DRESS GOODS FORD herejlterdalLexloltton DelIIehave bien spending the summer al Crab Orchard will leave for tbe Worlds Fair to day Courier Jour net LOCALS FOR SALB 100 barrels of lime al 78c per barrel E T Pence ft ConREAD the ad of AI3 Robertson J Bro of Danville on our first page FAUIEItsStowyour while the roads are good J H Baugbma Co WANTEDWastecook At tb Joseph Price Hospital Single woman Cood pay- SE1r11 P U the last day for paylrii Graded School tax W B Wear treasurer t- AT a big dlicouot a number of bhh grade 17 jewel movement 10 size 11 W Q Mueller TUB creditor of Alexander Trarlor I requested to file their claims wllbI me legally verified J B admrs 3t To FARUBRS youexpect ply for the sacks you hero of our youJ will please return them at once J fl Baugbman tt Co J ROUIIKD O G Spook formerly of Lancaster but now of this county wai robbed of pie pocket book containing 200 between tit Louis and LoulnllleI Be bad been operating a tog machine at Pawnee Rock KaoI Miss SALLIE RLKIN wishes to met former art pupils and any other who may be interested In China deco ration In parlors at Mygrs Uoule on Wednesday afternoon SepiT 7th Sbe desires at that time to perfect arraolleI moms for her Fall work In ibisplace ft U F BAILEY SONS have opened a grocery and general merchandise itoro at Maywood Mr Bailey was a mer chant at that place for seven yean but about six months also sold out lie hall again entered the bualneii and asks bli friendi form share of their patronage LUAYKLL IN HocA L Lcavcll a colored attorney li In sail at Lexing too charged with forgery U li claim ed be forged the name of Robert Niles who was employed at the L ft N do pot to an order for salary duo him Be teed In Lancaster until recently and ceveral yean ago made democratic ipocchei In ibis county TOE musical entertainment given at the Stanford Male and Female Acado my Friday night by Prof and MM Fallti was very pleating indeed and a rood crowd wee In attendance MM Fdllli U a planUt of raro ability and Mr FallU li an accomplished vocilltt The audience was highly entertained luring the rendition of the claiiioal program and every one was mado to reel plad to bare been present AIIOUT 10 weeks have past since wo dluolved partnership Somo of our cuitomcrt responded very readily to our request for settlement and others aro still behind Wo think with tbo pre vailing prices on wheat oats corn tic- ron could settle your account 10 we kindly ask your prompt attention to thli ai A settlement of our partnership Is necessary to each of ui In our bush ness Biggins McKinney TOM JOHNSON a Negro was fined 25 and costs and given 10 daya In Jail Fri day for carrying concealed weapons Johnson was walking In front of Me Roberts drug tioro when a pistol fell front hli pocket Judge Trlbblo also fined J M Root white tlO and costa for drunkenness and aliened a fine of 130 and a jail lontencooflO dayifor pis tol carrying Root was caught by Mar hat Jones at the depot and gave his residence ai Barbourbvlllo callmade the dli trial committee of the Eighth Congres tonal district the republicans of IIn COlD county are hereby called to moot In mass convention at tbo court house In Stanford Ky on Saturday Sept 10 1004 at 2 p M for the purpose of 10 eating delegates to the district con vention which convenes at Nicholas vlllo Ky on Sept 14 1004 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress Robert L Uavlson chair man Lincoln county republican com mittee r IFOCNDOO Danville pike a Pegs containing imal amount of money This adios LOST Gold glasses at Da p to tilt church or on the itrect betwcei church and home U L Relnbart DR Boon MURRAY the ophthalmo loglit will be at the St Aiaph Boto In Saturday Sept 10 instead of Friday as advertised T GORED The bull of M Lockowlt gored Anton Ronaker and broke sever of In al of bli ribs Bo has sued Lockowlt for 100 damage In Judge Bailey court and the case will come up for trial today JOHN DKNHAM the young loa of J Denbam of the Jumbo section who wag 10 severely whipped by Prof Caleb Newell toed the professor h the uonnty court but the jury found for defendant ONE IMO plus 26c r round trip via tbaQueen ft Crescent route to Lexlng ton on account of the Kentucky Trot Horse Breeders Association moot Oct 2nd to 14th Tickets good rlt turning until 10th MBIBR The Infant of Mr and Mr Meter died yesterday at the bome her parents Mr and MM Frederic Stone at Lancaster Tbe little ooe only lived a low hours after being bori and the parents have tba sympathy call In their lots r THE Stanford Male and Female Sem- Inary opened yesterday with 67 pupil attendance It being the larger- drat days attendance In years The Seminary li under the prlnclpalihlp 01 Dr O B Fallls and be Is ably wslstei by Mrs Falll and Miss Mettle Paxton Miss DANE TRAYLOR en tertained very charmingly Friday ev cuing al her country homo In honor o Mr and MM Ben Herndon of Lances lor and tbe following enjoyed the de lightful luncheon Mr and Mrs Ben Herndon Mr Geo Luck Mlssei Josephine Warren Kate Simpson and Meisn Oeo Harris David Walker Geo B Sauttey I W Flab and J M Alvenon MR Joni RANBY who has been at tbe point of death from blood poleon Is tome better While driving a bay bal er down a steep Incline last week MrI Raney attempted to put on tbe brakeI when his foot slipped catching tbe member between a tree and a wheel on the baler His loot was fearfully crushed and It has required the constant attention of physicians to save him from the deadly result of bloodpolton WoniiiNU NICELY If Jesse Alver ion the father of the Vagrancy law could tee the seven or eight Nogroed cracking rock on our streets bo would feel proud that be bad the law passed that has almost completely broken up Ibo loafing habit Nearly every coon Jn torn la now at work and many of tbo sorry white ones have gone to scratching mother earth The law lia Ono one and tbe non Jesse Alyerson of tho good county of Lincoln Is anti lied to the prlso of having it enacted Lancaster Record BALES Mr J R Hales died at hit home on Bustonyllle Street Friday af ternoon of a complication of troubles aged 74 Be was born In Georgia but tame to Kentucky about 30 years ago where he bad since lived He Is sur rived by his wife and Jive children all of whom were at his bedside when the end came Mr Halea was a conscien lout good man and had tho confidence of all who know him After a short service at his late homo Saturday af ternoon his remains were laid to rest In Buffalo cemetery CAUGHT Hiram Denham who for oiled his bond of 1300 at the November circuit court lest year was captured In Pulaskl county by Sheriff M S laugh man last Thursday Denham Is charg ed with assault on Mr O H VanAra date of the West End and when his case was called be could not bo found Mr Baugbman had been on the lookout for Denham since then and moat week hoard of his man being teen near Waynesburg and started after him tho bird bad flown only a short limeI before the officer arrival Denbam partffinal effort to elude hit pursuer dou bled back Into Pulaskt wbero the chase was ended The effort of Sheriff BaughVnan further proves him a tire less worker and stamps him as a detec tive of fine ability I JUDGE M D BUUHBS of LaocallterIbegins this issue The Can ror In which will appear from time time a picture and sketch of each candidate for oBlce In Lincoln county AN ORDINANCE An ordinance requlrlDg a brick pavement front of tbe lot uf Ashley and tftdle lard on South tide of Huttonvllle street tn KyTbe of the City of Stanford do ordain at follow That the South IlIlb of Iluttonvllle itreet Stanford Ify1n front of the entire lot Ashley and Llllard be paved with a brick pavement to be lupporle a stone curbing which work Is to be In every particular ai required bv lection 40 of arti cle 3 of Ordinances tlvLawi Rules and Kiculatloni for tbo government of the city of Stanford Ky except that pavement ball be lU fuel In width This work be done at the cost of owner of ground fronting the Improvement hereby ordered m provided by law within M after the tervtee of this ordinance It U ordered that this ordinance be published for one month In tbe Interior Journal newspaper of Stan ford Ky Sept 1 1004 M D ELMORE Mayor Pro Tem L It HUGHES Oterk FARM FOR SALE I Nice little farm for tale an Oanvllle snd StHnforO pike 2 H mile from Stanford eon taining M acres of land Good young orch ard of two acre with a splendid variety of fruit trees Good cater and aever iprlog Locust PIMU enough to fence a 300 sere farm Hoote has four room kitchen back Necessary outbuilding Etc Dell on or addrm W L Daw on Stanford CHAS JOHNSON I LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smlloy Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Reasonable Call and see me Phone at Residence IRONFENCECHEAPER THTtN WOOD A C SINESTAN- FORD KY To Our Patrons I After aasamiog the office of manager of the Stanford Water Light Ice Co I find a great many leaky yard hydrants that are proving a great expense to the company in the waste of water and I respectfully urge all patrons whose hydrants are out of gear to repair same at once or I will be compelled to cut the water oft until the hydrant is repaired All patrons who have sprinkling privileges are earnestly requested to use the water only in front of their property and not outsider all that Is absolutely necessary but the water contracted for with the Company is not or the purpose of making mud holos and such like If any penoa is found violat log these rules I will be forced to cut th water ofI- Your attention is invited to some of th Stanford Water Llghllt Ice Cos rules and regulations as follows All water and light rents must be paid quarterly in advance on the tat day of January April July and October lfor willful or unreasonable waste of water the supply of water will be stopped No one will be allowed to supply water to other families All persons are required to keep stop cooks and private hydrants in good repair and protected from frost and prevent any unnecessary waste of water The Company agrees to furnish water for a certain specs fled me for a certain sum persons using than that sta water for any other purpose ted in receipt will be required to pay full price for water furnished Free access tall c pipes and fixtures must be had for ex aminaion by the Manager of Company- For the violation of any of theaboverules- or nonpayment of rent the company reserves the right to turn off the water with out notice An Ordinance passed by the City Coon cil nukes it a fine of five dollars to hitch a horse or other animal to any fire plug or hydrantAll knowing themselves indebt ed to the Stanford Water Light fi Ice Co and lights arefor waterto July i 1904 requested to liquidate their account at needs the money I once as the Company will be at Pennys Drug Store every day oclock M to receive between g and 10 A your water and light rent B F ROUT Manager Stanford Water Light d Ice Co 9 wl ar i 1V After Sept I our store will be open at night From 730 A M to 9P M each day you can buy the best Clothing the best Hats the best Shoes and the best Furnishings for the Fewest Dollars at the store of CUMfllNSMCLARY EARLYn j Butbetter Early than Late Last season many of our lines were late in being shipped Today a great portion of our Fall and Win ter stock has beenshipped and in our house You may not want to purchase yet but you had better see what we have We are ready to shoal you Let us have the opportunity Buy now later or not at all as your judge ment may direct H J McROBBRTS I Stanford Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENT Dr E II Murray Ophthalmologist of Murray ktMoAilntns Danville Ky will open a branch oflico in STANFORD KY beginning Saturday Sept 10 19Q4 Dr Murray is u graduate of McCormnck Optical College Chicago III IIca 1uclIOi1Imligostlou Ner vousness nail inuuy other functional derangements are quite often relieved by perfectly adjusted1onsee Crossed ayes straightened without medicine knifeor past Satisfaction guaranteed Will bo at StJjAsaph Hotel Sat Sep 10 h THE JNTER1ORJOIIRTALe- ntered n thepoHofflce at Stanford at Jandcla aaU- rrptablSsbaTudetpsencSFrtcSaV- 4T 1 PER YEAR CASH e miD col IOP114111 300 will bschsrjtd H e 0I lKNDXYI DIVISION 2 Tnta going North VMSa028 South 1217 am o2S HoM M12SSpm NEW LIVERY STABLE PropcKY 11nReasonable Rates Special Attention to Grain and Ray For Sate J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealeri In Coal Jesse W Sweeney raoniETon Livory Food and Salo StaUo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Patl Traylor DCALCR ttl WHlsk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc I IOarpIt OpotSTANFORD KYI Promptan politi attention Nothing butth bee to drink phone U telegraph orders recelVi prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS J d You may need new carpets mattings oil cloth rugs hades lace I ticks curtain poles frames screens passe nartolst doors windows glass tables chain safes wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber aulta water sets amps chiffon iers foldlngbeds washing machines wring en wall carpet paper trunks tole f copes carriage house paInt curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 COp Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wlsbing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms tor sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you to sell It In our bands Office at Booties Livery Stable Stanford Ky II u Mammy f Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties f ncoln and f Uasey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and beet OldLine Oom panics represented and the low est possible rates aro guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky flforllealth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ill was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all the time lly stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on it and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate great pain and I soughed so much that I throat raw andsore Thedoctors Jounced it disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to me they called it and I bad no desire to live A sister visitedme from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value e tDont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be i owetk helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a woman work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from y druggist to day WIN EolCIRDUI f PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clrunrt and tnafHIti the tail trmooa taitvUnl growtlv to OolorTI50c aDclltoo1 IhunliU a Q GILBERT- Of Shelby is a ctnJUatt far Concreis subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN iaa unJlJal for judge of the Lincoln county VllnI subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 8RIliacanlUiteforSherKfof Lincoln county subject Ie till action of the democratic party GEORGE W OeBORD Is a canaliate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le toe action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to toe action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for of Lincoln county subject to a action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS subjectIDINK FARMER- Is a candidate for JaNer of Lincoln couaty subject to the actlen of the DratJc party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate ftr Jailer sihe t to the actlen if the Itnocratlc party W I HERRIN Is a can 1Ja1e fr Jailer subject to the action of the Itmocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candUate for Superintendent of Public Schools if Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PublIc Schools at Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo craUc 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 for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of th democratic party D C ALLEN Is aundliateforAssessor of Lincoln countysubject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub pct to the action of tne democratic party W A CARSON- Is acandldatefor Assessor of Lincoln county sub ecv the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y V Is a candUate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject 10 the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candUate for county attorneyof Lincoln county subject to toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE- Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition par- tySEED FOR SALE I Blue Grass Seed dud Seed Rye for tale L O Dunn Mt Salem Ky J Le Beazley Co 4 Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODIAUM1X FurnitureMattingsRugsThoy kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD a KENTUCKY JiC+ ll VGbMY UNOEa E- EMBALMER set s t0 y And DealearIn SABITSSS SADDLBBT Q Stanford Ky n s NEWS NOTES Mt Vesuvius lain eruption agate Mrs Ma me Coroy a handsome young widow of Dayton shot herself while despondent and Is dying Carton J Newltter for 30 years In the silk business In New York has Clod a petition In bankruptcy- A Chicago paper cave that the Chi cago and Alton railroad has passed to the ownership of the Union Pacific A Mrs Green of Paterson N J died from shock caused ty an automobile whizzing by her at lightning speed Joe Edelen shot and killed himself at his brothers home In Louisville Despondency and drink were the cause The body of William O Jones a well known New York telegraph and newspaper man was found floating In Ja macla Day Police of many cities are searching the pawnshops for a t20000 necklace of pearls which mysteriously disappear ed from Los Angeles last May Delayed several hours by a storm a cargo of sugar just arrived at New York was worth about 130000 more than If It bad reached port on time Paul C Barth the noting Mayor addressed a letter to President David It Francis asking him to name a date later In September for Louisville day The Students at the Ohio Normal University at Ada quit their classes be cause the trustees refused to strike the name of a Negro student from the roll Fireman W W Joyner was killed and two other trainmen were Injured In a freight wreck near RlfUo on the Louisville and Nashville railroad caused by a landslide Police reports at Chicago show that since the beginning of tho butchers strike there have been four murders 40 assaults 43 persona taken to hOII pUals and 93 accidents Miss Minnie B Brooke won the Lou Isvllle Times popularity contest com log to the front with a grand total of 1392480 votes while Miss Bee Mullar key came second with an approximate vote of 760000 Richard Harding Davis and John Fox Jr are preparing to leave the Far East They say the forelgncorre spoodents are so restricted In their movements by the Jupaese authorities that their usefulness Is at an end The Third regiment Kentucky State Guard arrived In St Louts and marched to their camp on the fair grounds In a drizzling rain Each of thus nine companies had Its full complement of ofllcers and privates In Praise of Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and DIarahoea Remedy Allow me to give you a few words In praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr John Hamlett cf Eagle Pass Texas I suf fered one week with bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicine without get ting relief when my friend Mr O- Johnson a merchant here advised mo to take this remedy After taking ont dose I felt greatly relieved and when I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands of mankind For sale by all Drug lats Tbat Llao Yang lei complete pos session of the Japanese army Is the only direct news from the teat of war received No Information has been re calved as to whether Kuropatkln was continuing his retreat The first Si berian army corps commanded by Gen Stakelberg and uumperlng 25000 men has succeeded In rejoining the main Russian army after having been cut off to the westward of Llao Yang Gen Kuropatkln has asked for the dispatch of the Sixth Army corps to the Far East The monument erected by the State of Michigan In commemoration of the Kentucklans who fell At the battle of the River Raisin was dedicated at Monroe Mich with elaborate ceremo nies H V McCbesncy and Bennett B Young were among those who de livered addresses The monthly atemccnntuf the public debt shows an Increase of 80711010 for the month of August The monthly comparative statement of Government receipts and expenditures shows a do Dolt of 80313212 for August the total deficit for the first two months of the heal year being 823750041 At Lancaster Friday Circuit Court adjourned with the criminal docket bowing the following convictions Robert Boatly shooting with Intent to- kill five years In the penitentiary Walter Howe forgery two years lames Hlghtower housebreaking one year Hobert Farley Belling liquor fined bill and Dan East selling Iquor 27- 6Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and dcilitutc Such In brief was the condition of an old sol lici by name of J J Havens Versailles O For sears lie was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor med- Icines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet In short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Uest I on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Jomplainls Only SOc Guaranteed by enny the Druggist MATRIMONIAL Prof Lucien M Lewis son of Dr T M Lewis of this place was married on Aug 20 to Miss Nettle Hutcblns at Keams Canyon Arizona The groon Is chief Instructor on the Indian resor vatlon at that place and his bride wbo Is from Minnesota came to Keams Canyon about five months ago to take a position In the school made vacant by the promotion of Prof Lewis Vo congratulate the happy couple and wlsl for them all the joys tbat wedded lit can bring Mr and Mrs T L Carpenter of Hustonvllle announce the engagcmcn of their daughter Nary Allene to Mr Charles Francis Montgomery of Llber ty The marriage will take place Wed nesday high norm Sept 23ib at th Christian church Hustonvllle Mill Carpenter Is one of the most accom pllshcd and beautiful young ladles In the West End Mr Montgomery Is one Libertys rising young lawyers and Is the son of Rev J Q Montgomery who formerly lived In this county What Is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it it under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain ro suits Irregular living means derange meat of tho organ resulllnj In const palinn headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life rills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at Peonys Drug Store A special committee appointed by the Commercial Olub of Louisville has addressed a letter to the members of the Legislature requesting that a new site for the State Capital building be chosen In case a special session be call to take action In the matter a To the World Fair via Queen I Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati 0 G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Produce Wanted I Will you the best market price for eggs hens bides feathers Junk etc Call and be convinced at It II Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I beadtnglumberprice at Moreland D n 0 Peyton Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In BuildingMAIN Stanford Kentucky Residence bone 1M Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only Is line the best ol paints cud varnlth and guarantee my work to be flmclai Oall at shop on Somerset street and see specimen of my work cheplyand UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I sea fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial IRA ea ATKIKS Stanford LAND FOR SALE As agent for the heirs oMIarry Kngle man deceased I will on Monday dept 12 1001 county court day sell at public out cry In front of the court house door In Stan ford a tract of 30 aces of land oh hawk- Ins Branch In Lincoln county J B JAXTOX FOR SALE 1 The wellknown Old 1ort Ihnrmnov To sheet an Immediate sale an 1160 drug store Is offered for 11500 oath The owners going West Nearest competitor It three iquareelyeatltory rapidly Improving Situated In the largest voting precinct In the city Bitab llthed 11 years Kent 120 per month A decided bargain Address OLD KyNCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court P B too to IlulntllTt vs Thomas Ktmsoy Defendant Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered In the abovo styled action at the June torm 1001 tho under Igned Matter Commissioner of the Lincoln circuit court will on MONDAY 8EPTEM1IEU IS 1001 About 11t In front of the court hone I door In Stanford Kysell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder tho following real estate In Lincoln county ICy I consisting of three tracts of land let tract M follows On the East by the Somerset road on the South by the land of Jim Tay lor on tbo West by toe Bacon land on trio North by the poor hnuta or county farm and known as the Iloldam tract containing ISt acres mere or less Second tract lays in the East side of tho Somerset road and It bounded thuu On the North by the 8 Holmes farm on the East by tho lands of J Wlllard South by Wlllard and Wet by tho Jomersct road and cmtalns 03 acres Third tract Is bounded thus on the South by the Lincoln Land Co on the West by the lands of Salor and lIarrl on the North b the ands o 111 and Oresham and Uorhn md on the Last by the lands of the John Jlarlt farm and contains 220 acres of land tore or less This sale Is mado for tho purpose of division The threo tracts will be sold separately and then all a whole and hat price will bo accepted which Is the ilglicat for the three tracts Credit ot II and J months tho purchaser or purchasers being required to for the purchase money good security payable to tho Commissioner bearing 8 percent Interest from date ot into O SA1 FLEY M 0 L 0O HAWES HATS FOR FALL 3OO Tho new flmpcs ill still hats UfO readynull it It Hourly time to discard Straw Uuy n HAWKS anti you got tho boat for the nionqy that It lumlo T o mILLER Danville KU THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills 4IIUI ovWwiw of the atturiority oi tlw SwIll rlor Drill there nro more of tJwm in life in this county tlmn nil tin others together Nothing in ferior id iniitntotl If GUt drill nOCils any repair bring It in now do not Walt until you get ready touseit Oliver Chilled Plow Diw IIarrows Levor Harrow WreHe HIGGINS STANFORD KY Coning Zero Weather 9 rn In Time of Peace Prepare For War Dont roast yeurihliw nUll froeee your hack thil Whilst hut lit me iDIf stall n worm Air Furnace that will keep your roods coiHfoftablo the MIReI tomitarnturo rill over null lyo 50 j er cent less fuel Hoofing Guttering Filters Tumps mid Plumbing Ihone 110 S H ALDRIDGEI 1 Depot Street Stanford Ky J Tlje Straightest oad Is The Shortest RoadIr IF you want puro drugs ooiuo to us FIRST Wo understand what purity is and how osf sontial it is in our business Wo dont toler Itoguide usin selecting them frees you from all frisk You want to buy puro drugs wo laftrf to sell them Dr W N CraigPharmacistSta- nford KontuckyrGO TO W B McRobertsDRUGGIST FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN I BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy busi ness t will sell for the next 00 days at cost IIarne They aro all tho Jlntwt style und best make Part of tho vehicles aro rubber tired Como to sue me and get u bargain at once before they are all gone OUimS DOVER OrabOrchard ICy 0 in 11i t SEEDLANDRETHS r I S WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS SurreysPhaetons ri A JONES a If I I DENTISTStanford Kyl J Office In MVIM Home Iurlor Phone 01 lI G dgire n