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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1904 SAM NO5G I 1 t f Mr W I Horrln The office of jailer In admtoliterlnir county government I + of paramount Importance iloue the Incumbent hat charge of prUoner nod I + the eutto dlan of the publlo bulldlne which are used In the enforcement of tee law A mao of Brraocn courage and detartnt ination with exemplary babtw hould to fill the poiltloa Mr W I Berrln hat served In that eapiolty for one term with credit to blunelf and tatltfaotton to till constituency In faot he bat been weighed In the seals nod has not beeo found wantUir Oe U a candidate for reelection subject to the action of the democratic puny and as It It the cntu m of the put to endorse a faithful iervaot for the tee ond term It U believed by tu many 1ifrleodl that hit nomination it cure to follow He was born Dee S6 1SIB his aoMi ton baying oamo from Virginia nil family oontlttt of his wife and four children Be It a worthy and teelilitent member of the Obrlnlan febrtb and bat flied eonvlotlont In fa vor of right on all public que doss In fact be It a fair repretenta tlvaof the sturdy yeomanry of the country which constitutes the basis of Rood society and guarantee the ttreogth and perpetuity of good got ernmtnt Being cautious watchful and fearless be It the right man In the rtebt plane Be guards the Interetlt of the public with the fidelity of alto man sentinel and when his prltonert etiapod on one ooeaitoe he ornithed toe money to capture then It true to the democratic party 1Be of the bat workers and orga nlatr IB the ranks haying spent time and money for ttt tuaceis aod It II- i elapsed that ha should be reooznlzto cad eixloried la the coming campaign that be may be justly rewarded Dlt I popularity Is ovlrced by the fact that bt carried Crag Orchard precinct by 49 votM when It bad gone republican I In former races and bo ran 100 votes t ahead of the county ticket Such men are necessary both In campaign and J Lbe administration of government It Qe is earnest frank candid and bat method and system In every undertak lair being as careful of public Interests toat be Is of his personal affairs nis of friends claim tbat be very Justly has splendid proipeels to be nominated and elected WHAT IS CATARRH Hyomol Only Guaranteed Cure 0 for This Common and Disa Disease by the simple rgreoable It Into the air pas kills the germs of and soothes the and effec tually drlvos this disease from the aye I tem t If yeti have any of the following symp tom catarrhal germs are al fork some it where in the raucous membrane of tit threat bronchial tubes or tissues of the l t lungsOffensive breath dryness of the noee 4painacross the eros path In back of the pain In front of the head tendency take cold burning pain In the throat titto to clear the throat pain In the a cough stitch In side loilcg of flesh variable appetite low fplrited at times raising of frothy mucous expecto rating yellow matter difficulty In breathing frequent sneezing husklness of voice discharge from the nose stoppage of the of the body drop 1 nose at night aching the throat mouth open while peeping tickling back of the palate for lulatlon of crusts In the nose dryness of 4ho throat In the mornlngloss of strength spasms of coughing cough short and backing cough wor o nights and morn lop low In vital force a feeling oft tightness across the upper part of the chest Hyomcl will destroy activity of all catarrhal germs In tho respiratory organs and in a few weeks the cure will be coin pleto This is a strong statement but Peony emphasizes II by agreeing to refund your money If IIyt dcs not care- j PREACHERSVILLE J 0 Thompson sold a young mule to Col Uaderwood of Garrard for 106 and an aired mule to August Bartels for 170 W P Grimes delivered to Lutes Co a bunch of hoes at Be wbtoh bad been engaged for some timeMr Dateley of Danville Is building j a new brick ell for J J Thompson J III F Shaw of Ibis place Is In charge of the carpentry We think that W P Whites house which be recently fin lobed It one of the best planned build leg we have ever seenIThere It tome whooping cough In Ibis community but Itls of a mild form The many friends of Leslie Barber will be glad to Know tbat he Is ooovalei oat from a severe attaek of potion oak Prank Oron Is oouplatnlog Mr J L Aadtrraa had to RO to Lancaster a Uw days slim to bav a wheat beard removed from his eye which bad been giving hint a great deal of pain The Misses Davli of Mt Vtrnoo have been visiting MtiiM Fannie aid Ella ThOIDIJ sin Mrs M C DlankB blp and son tsnt a Uw a8 Somerset Mason IIoltMlaw tied MBS have bveo rttltlBg Robert tloliacUw L O KUg of Hub ble aid Jotaa PippJM wen vtsltlag rel elves here Rev Oarraloal was with Rev Jordan Mr awl Mrs Cress at tended the Baptist Association at Llv Ingtten C B King has returned roar Indianapolis Rev Jordan wee re urban as pastor of the M K church hero by the Lexington conference Mrs Archer and family of Somerset have returned home Mr Henry Blank ensblp celebrated his 72nd birthday Sunday Mr George B Cooper In the administration of county gov ernmeot the office of olerk Is second to tone In Importance the Incumbent be- Ing the custodian of toe record which constitute the ownership of all real es tate He Is the guardian of the high est Interests of the people Mr Cooper who has been clerk for four terms and who bas discharged the duties In a highly acceptable manner It a candlI date for reelection subject to the ac Ion of the democratic party of which be bat always peen an able defender pod a fearless advocate He was born January 4th 1867 and belongs to a large aod Influential fam ily Qls ancestors came from Virginia rod be Is the fifth of a family of 11 children Uo was educated at Uutton vllle Academy and Is a member of the Masonic fraternity In 1542 bo was married to Mist Amanda Cook an In leltigenl and accomplltbrd lady eight bright and Interesting children having blessed the union No truer or more faithful democrat lives As an organizer he has no su perlor and ho always manages to get tho oto OUt and to convlpco them that It 1s right to vote tho democratic ticket For this reason he sheds terror and die may In tho camp of the cnemyand they are slow to give him opposition goner ally regarding him at Invincible Everybody Is his friend and he U a friend to everybody He Is polite affable and highly competent In discharging his duties bo Is always ready to find a re cord or give any Instructions In refer once to the detail work of the olllce In fact he realizes that be U a public ser vent and tbat his LImo belongs to the people Instead of arrogating to himself the absolute ownership of the olllce and meeting the people with an egotistical air as Is the moaner of some Such a man la the proper one to be the guardian of tbo peoples deepest In terests and his superior official work bee so much endeared him to the peo ple that ho Is regarded as a fixture or a necessity There art many who claim tbat his labors In the Interest of part success and organization together wtib his spotless ofllclal career should give him a walkover He Is a favorite and If bo should have opposition great odds will bo placed on his coming first under tbo string The Jewish year book Just Issued shows rcrld the Hebrewpopulation of the Hon W S Burch With a big heart a massive brain and a laudable ambition MrsW S Burch It a candidate for the democrat ic nomination for the ofllee of county attorney of Lincoln subject to the ac lion of that party to which his fealty has always been highly commendable Ho was born November 20 1371 and of English and Irish descent being a WilliamIWbltley who distinguished himself for gallantry In Indian warfare having killed the chief Tecumseb he himself being killed In tbo same battle He graduated at Centre College In 1602 with high honors and was admit ted to the bar for tbo practice of law In 1808 being now conversant with bit ebostn profession end an able and earn Ml advocate The otllos of attorney for a great county like Lincoln Is an Important one dialing directly with the deeput InteraJtu of society la the proeecuUon of criminals In conserving the peace ID advising the Eleeal court In reference to tniiclDg levy for rove nue In the matter of public expendi tune and In everything pertaining to the general welfare By study and ap quosI judgment an analytical mind and is thoroughly equipped to discharge the duties of the office acceptably Though In splendid health be hat the misfortune to be compelled to use crutches no account of the effects of rheumatism contracted when a boy yet having an Invincible spirit and an Indomitable will he Is not discouraged but seems determined to evince hit worthiness to hold tome position above the ordinary walks of life and one by which he can gain a livelihood He Is well versed In parliamentary law and has presided over several stormy conventions with much dignity promptness and determination Be has always been a true blue domoorat faithful to the organisation rendering valuable aid In campaign work Wirer called upon to go out In tbo Interest of the party whether to deliver an ad dress or to aid In effecting an organiza lion be cheerfully responds without stopping to count the cost or to consid or any sacrifice Involved In view of hit ability and bis fidelity to his party htl friends claim that he will make aI splendid race and bo In the bunch thai r met under the string first Stringent rules were adopted by the Kentucky State Board of Health re quiring all physicians coming from other States to take an examination before practicing Kentucky limitI- nG medical colleges to cities of 60000 population or over prohibiting any medical college from having more that one school term a year and requiring all student who intend to eater mcdl cal college to take a preliminary examination Only Did His Duty as Ho Saw it I deem It my duty to add a word o praise for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wilo Park the wellknown merchant and post master at Wiley Ky I have been sell ing it for three or four years and it gives complete satisfaction Several of my customers toll me they would not do with out it for anything Very often to my knowledge one single dose has cured a severe attack of diarrhoea and I peat tively know that it will cure The ilux dysentery You are at liberty to use this testimonial as you please Sold by all Druggists A Wabash passenger train bound from Des Moines o St Louis was wrecked near Pendloton Mo Four passengers were killed and about 30 others were Injured Ii Is thought the accident was caused by a broken wheel which derailed a passenger coach and I a dining car When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effect For sale by all Druggists Hiram Hatfleld apromlnont businessman of Washington Ind dropped dead on the street Hon J S OwSloy Jr trail of experience as prosecuting at lorney and distinguished lo mBnvI branches of public life the subject of i this skaich Is a candidate for county i attorney of Lincoln subject to the ao ton of the dimoirai party He was i born January JO 1807 married Miss Ella McElwalne a cultured and accom plished lady the union Having been blessed with one child He graduates i at Cumberland Unlversliy and for ma i ny years he has been a ibrllllanl jind i successful lawyer He Is a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and believing In the brotherhood o- man and the benefits of fraternity he Is a member of the Knights of Pythias and the Knights of the Maccabees He is a man of floe impulses and possessed of many excellent traits of character HU paternal ancestry constitutes a line of the moat distinguished relation ship In Kentucky Hon Wm Owsley was prominent In State politics was for many years judge of the courtof appeals and was elected governor of the State In 1844 Judge M H Owsley was one of the most popular and eml neat jurists In the State and presided ad district judge for many years Many other relatives distinguished them selves In the legislative judicial and executive branches of government and Mr Owsley has Inherited many oftheir distinguishing characteristics He ta a democrat beloilin the organization and has contributedI funds and delivered heated campaigns In party and vention work be manifests a cooI degree of political sagacity and In campaign work his advice and assis lance are always sought by his friends He was Commonwealths attorney for two terms In this the 13th judicial District and In that capacity he cover ed himself with glory receiving the approval of the best clllxensblp on Ills manner of conducting a prosecution His elcqucnce and logic made the way of the real transgressor hard while he was not disposed lo persecute or 10 urge a conviction where the proof did not lustily It and In pursuing this course he malntalccd the dignity of ihe office and gained the respect and admiration of his constlluency By application and practice bo Is thoroughly conversant with every duty Imposed upon the county attorney hay log been trained and drilled in such work for many years For these rea sons his friends claim that he will re oelve a large vote IWIlliamNoahunder indlotmenl in tho Jefferson circuit court for thi- murtrarof former Assistant Commonwealths Attorney James K Snrader for alleged criminal Intimacy with his wife shot a woman with whom he was living and killed himself Wednesday Merritt ONeal who was one of the at torneys for W E Neal positively Identified the woman as Mrs Neal on whose occounl Neal killed Shrader rA Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die on riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds W II Brown of Lccsvillo Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes 011 now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption pneumonia bron chilis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles COc and 11 Trial bottles free at Pennys Drug Store A Atlantasays In die cueelng the refusal of a Georgia soldier ic salute a Negro olllcer Gov Terrell said That Is what I call true Georgia grit Ho Is made out of the right stuff BucklensArnlca Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salvo lo tion ointment or balm for cuts cores burns boils sores felons ulcers tettcr salt rheum fever sores chapped hand skin eruptions infallible for piles Cure guaranteed Only 23c at Pennys the I druggistI HAWES HATS J FOR FALL 3OO The new shapes in stiff hate are ready and it is nearly time to discard Straws Buy a HAWES and you get tire best fur the money tbat is made T D mILLER Danville Ky THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills As an evidence of the superiority of tho Supe rior Drill there are more of them in use in this county than all the others together Nothing in ferior 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 Diso Harrows Lover harrows Wehie HIGGINS STANFORD KY Coning II Zero Weather I In Time of Peace Prepare For War Dont roast your shins and freeze your back this Winter but lot me in stall a warm Air Furnace that will keep your rooms comfortable tho same temperature nil over and use 50 per cent loss fuel tooling Guttering Filters Pumps and Plumbing Phone 116 S H ALDRIDCE Depot Street Stanford Ky Tfye Straightest Road Is The Shortest Road If you want pure drugs come to us FIRST Ve understand what purity is anti how cs sontial it is in our We dont toler ate adulterations or makeshifts The desire to have our goods pure and the knowledge to guide us in selecting them frees you from all riskou want to buy pure drugs we want to sell them Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky School supplies and School BOOKS W B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Prttiiltnt ALTON BROOKS PARKER If Few York I For lure Pretidtttt HENRY G DAVIS I of Wat llroMa For Judgt Fifth ApptOale Dutrttt JUDGE JAMES E CANT ILL OJ Georg town TIlE democratic State campaign were established and o SIWand by the end of the week the cam r I palcn will be In full blast The plan Is open the fight with speaking In 1tocounty In the State on the thlr d of this month which will b Sept 10 Appointments for over l0 epeakora will be made for that day TUB republican State central committee after hearing statements from both sides held that Dr W Godfrey Hunters certificate as the nominee for Congress Is Illegal because proxies were voted at the meeting and directed the llth district committee to meet I at Somerset September 21 to recan vass the returns of the primary The decision was a victory for D C Ed wards POLITICAL The democrats ol Delaware nominat ed Caleb S Pennlwell for governor New Hampshire democrats In con vention at Concord nominated Henry F Hollls for governor The democratic convention of Con necticut nominated Judge A Heaton Robertson for governor by a vote of 358 to 181 71Thomas E Watson presidentialm inee of the Peoples party opened the campaign of his party with an addreta at the Worlds Fair The democratic committee of Callo way county has called a primary elec tion for Tuesday Nov 8 to nominate candidates for county cilices Former Senator Davis democratic nominee for vice president delivered an address on agriculture at the West Virginia State fair at Wheeling The joint gubernatorial campaign la t Tennessee was opened at Jackson by Fraizer the Democratic nominee rGovJesse M Littleton the Republican t nominee Senator Fairbanks gave a St Lout l barber 12 for ebaviog him This Is the regular rate for shaving a corpse Rither algrUly way of prophesying re Ls r publican defeat In November Louis vllleTimeerr democratic editors par ticipated In a banquet at the Waldorf Astoria In New York Thursday night Addresses were delivered by Henry Watterson Clark Howell Herman RIdder and others Late returns Indicate a republican plurality of 30CCO In Vermont the re turns thus far chew a falllrg off of at least 10 per cent from the democratic vote of four years ago This was conceded I by the democrats A temporary Injunction was greeted against the Secretary of State In the Franklin circuit court restraining him from certifying to the county clerks In the 11th district that Dr Hunter Is the republlcaninomlnee for Congress Returns from the election la Arkan tas indicate the success of the entire democratic ticket the majority given Gov Davis over his republican oppo Dent Hon Harry Myers probably be log in excess of that given two years ago when It was nearly 50000 PAINT LICK Smith Eogleman sold a sow and pigs to Chris McWhorter for 112 Miss Lucy Adame of Richmond le- the guest of her uncle I C Rucker Mr Dowe Park1 little daughter died with diphtheria Saturday std a little child of T C Peals died with same disease on Sunday Mr Claud Kemper of Owen was the guest of his brother G W Kern per Mr and Mrs Jack Adams of Lancaster visited here this week Mlttses Louella Arnold Louis sou Zelma Caaenburgb Loulee Terry and I Mary Clark Engleman are among those who entered Prof Simmons school at Kirksvllle Monday A B Estrldge Is In the city this week buying his fall stock of goods G W Kemper and O U Terrlll are in Cincinnati Mrs Minnie Jennings Is s i I i cwuto In the city buying her new stock of millinery Mlts Eliza Rucker la visit log her brother In Ford Mr Rucker has gone to Lexington to at tend State College The first sermon that was ever preached In Paint Lick was lest Sun day morning when Rev Simmons preached In Fishs nail to a large au dience There will be preaching there every first Sunday In each month An effort Is being made to build a Chris tlan church at this place and It 1 s hoped that It will be a success- HIGHLAND Hot and dry and water lret scarceWork on the new church has begun I again and the foundation la almost completedCy has moved to the Jansen place ore Nan Lay has moved t H H Walls Wm Landgraf sold a house and nin acres of land to W G Acton for 87 and to J R Carrier about 40 acres to 1300 Mr and Mrs E G Baugb after a two weeks visit to relatives in ka returned home last Sunday M Baugb says the best corn he saw while he was gone was in old Kentucky Emil Jansen after a residence of 16 years hero has rented out his far and has gone back to the Old Coun relyS several weeks with his daughter In Louisville has returned home Burton Spires has returned from his visit t friends in Illinois Miss Emma MrsUare Wash Cook Jim Hutchison of Wood stock is visiting Henry Hutchison Miss Fannie Young was at home Satur day and Sunday with her parents El bert and Misses Fannie and Sill Young attended the teachers associa tion atKlngsvllle Saturday LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wheat drill with fertilizer attach ment good as new for sale W C Shanks Stanford Improved Superior wheat drill with fertilizer attachment all right for sal cheap H C Anderson Goshen 2t Joe Jordan will be at Beazleve Hv cry stable Monday Sept 12 count court day to buy 50 good fat horses Two good family horses and a mare for sale Not afraid of trains or automobiles Box 161 Stanford Ky WANTED To buy 60 good fat hors es Will be at Hustonville Thursday Sept 15 Bring In vour horses Joe Jordan B G Fox S Co will be at Staofor- next court day to buy 100 mule colts and 50 yearlings Mules received day of purchase Came to my place two weeks ago 700 pound steer Owner can get hl by paying for this notice and his keep W 1 Beck Stanford Ky 2t J C Kerr will have here for sal Monday next county court day a ca load of firstel twoyearold Perch eron mares at depot stock pens The 1004 tobacco crop in Kentucky II esifmated to be about the same aa that of 1003 which was 12000000 pounds short as compared with that of former yearsFox Logan have purchased during the past two months 400 mule colts and vearlinga They bought for the East ern markets all being shipped toPenn eylvaoiaAdvocate FOR SALE12 fat heifers 0 steers weigh 600 to 700 pounds 25 fat lambs and seven bucks lOne Jersey bull ready for service 50 bushels seed rye Wanted some one to fatten 7 hogs on corn Box 101 Stanford Ky At the administrators sale yester day of John and Joe CotTev In the West End Mr Joe Newell of Pulaski coun ty bought the farm of 309 acres at 870 Work mules brought 100 to 8180 broodmares 803 to 1100 feeding cattle 3 52I milk cows 140 to 150 baled hay 50 to 60c old corn in crib 13 20 new corn in field 82 10 millet seed 67 to 75 Farm log Implements sold well Mr J M Carter Sr telephoned us the above report who was clerk of the sale and W A CotTey was the administrator Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich sour stom ach in likely to follow and especially so if the digestion Las been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Mantlcato the food thoroughly Let five hours elapse- sbetween meals and when you feel a full nees and weight in the region of the stem ach after eatlngUke ChamberlalnaStom ach and Liver Tablets and the sour stomach may be avoided For sale by all Druggists K F Poetic a Lancaster hardware merchant has made an assignment with J E Robinson assignee I M C Candee an old citizen of Choc taw Bluff Ala was shot from ambush and killed Robert Mathloy white and Green colored convicted of murdere were sentenced to be hanged at Owens bore Oct 21 J1 CHURCH MATTERS IRev W S Grlnstead will preach at the Methodist church Sunday Rev B B Cooper will fill Rev P G Walkers pulpit at Morelacd next Sunday morning and evening Eld J G Livingston writes us the be has closed a six days meeting a Pine Grove with 18 additions He I now at Soapers The stewards of the Kentucky Meth odlst conference will meet at Lexing ton today to arrange the amount of money each church conference will bo expected to raise during the year PgJ was e by the Methodist Conference which has just adjourned at Lexington Be la a fine preacher and a splendid citi zenI anda1IIereeB r isra reputation as a preach er Charges against the Rov W A churchrDeerlng In the Kentucky Conference that he was neglecting his duties by bor e and cat afterma The following are the assignments Methodicga at Lexington J W Simpson presid ing elder Danville E H Pierce Per Msekvlller FrHumph reW Burnsldo Bain NeUonBurgln and Bryantsvllle W D WelburnjPlnevllla and Barbourvllle C K Dlckcj Brad head J A Sawyer London A P Jones Mlddleiboro B F Allen Cor bin C P Pllow Plttsburg J H Rea gan Richmond J W Crates Lancas ter C F Obey Stanford P J Rose East Pulaskl F J Bill West Pulse kl to be supplied Harrodsburg W F Vaughn Preacher vllle R F Jordan President of Asbury College J W Hughes COUNTIESeMrs Addle Simpson was appointed postmaster at Morrlll Rockoaitle deadta wealthy farmer o Spencer county was kicked by a bono and died from the Injuries be received At Nlcholasvllle Claude Soper five yearold son of E F Roper fell from a wagon load of hemp and died of COD CUI lion of the brain knowd ty while dreaming that the bouse waa on fire ran to a window and jumped out falling a distance of 14 feet striking a justmturing his left knee and dangerously Injuring himself Internally apr lowing cases como up for final settle ment In this the 13th judicial dls inlet Sberley vs Southern Railway CO In Kentucky Mercer C N O T P Railway Co va Cooks admr same va Curd Mercer Janny Mfg Co vs Banta Mercer Advanced Thresher Co vs Curd Mercer Stanford etc v Reed Mercer CN O S T P Rail way Co vs Taylor Boyle Robards vs Robards Boyle L L N Railroad Co vs Carter Boyle Saunders vs OBan non etc Lincoln Commonwealth of Kentucky by etc vs Glnn d Co Lin colD Smith vs Parks admr Garrard Cox vs Hlggenboihamfl admr Gar rard TUB Lexington Democrat makes great campaign otter of Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after too November election for 11 This Is about a cent a copy and is not only the cheap est dally you can get but the best dem ocratic orgn you can read during tbo present campaign This otllco will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must Invariably accompany It R A i JONESDENTIST I Stanford K7 Office In Myers House Parlor Phone 01 FOR SALE I withevenhighoratepartlcularladdrelaor 8 E Rice Danville Ky The CalvertMiss Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis For Sale Privately I My house and 10 acres of land situated 11pikeallnecelsaryyard and one for ItockI FOR SALEihogSouthdownsexes John Steele Carpenter Huitonvllf Ky A SI PRICE tIUIIOD DentisteStanford Ky OBioTr UeBoUita Drag Stan la the Owilj Uoudlot Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to tell privately my form of ITO acres located In edge of Iluitonvllle Good Improvement fruit never lolling water tell ai whole or divide Small bouio on lower part O B HAllNRTT Hustonville Ky Dripping Springs Spoors Fisher Mgr Plhntk1tableI country Write for rtleuar PoitoSko Dripping Springs Kj THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of caaIreodere12t E D Peyton DKALEK IX Staple and Fancy Gro eeriest Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford JTIitlwau Saloon GOOD it RICE Prors Flnwt wine wbbky and been Special wbotatale deafen Lexingtons t+ mom lllue Oran lleer Owe keg and bottled O Kraut Southwood mixer rune M Stan ford Ky- EVERYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR I bueln0fall I topreeent one of the beat tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures end dlrectons I glue your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out priers are the same as Inex men who are in the buuncs I also have a nice line or fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank you for put favors I am yours IL C RUILEY the Tai- lorPOSTED rWe whale name appear below trlctly turbid hunting Dblng or any kind of tree pautng on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J 7 Snoonaraore T M Ilolraw II V Rowland J B Oatnenlieb Peter Balmer W11 Johnson Mrs Mary Olveni David Stephen tame bL White and wife Carson II P Hawkins Mn Mary R Wetah R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A U Root Sum K Keynoldi Morgan Humphrey 0 T Willow Oharlen Knitlln J IL MeAllter Mrs Kate Mon Uelehenbeh Bret 6Fred VonGruunlgan Albert VonOruenlgan YonAlltnan Fred Bauminn Stanford Granite Marble Co f INCOKPOItATEUl Is now prepared to furnish granite and etcaly dIscovered the analysts of which pruv It to lie of the enest quality This atone b- standIn several color We can alo furnish and material from any other quarries in the world Phone main odlce 00 J II Buonc pre Stanford ICy or T J Tetcr brand odlce McKnney K- yOnly 1OO Daily g Sun- dayDemocrat or For Three Months This will cover the Presidential Cam paign which promises to be one of the most exciting in his tory Subscribe NOW and get all the NEWS I W P WALTON Lexington Ky The Interior Journal will gladly take orders this great offerbut he CASH must invariably accompany the order Grand Leader T Wo invito you to inspect The So roeis Underskirt which has just arrived Wo foola pardonable pride in showing this garment Wo have utilized much time nod ex pense in comparing diflbrcnt makes of underskirts that have been MU Ii milled to ua and in ovccy instance the Sorosis has proven its supe riority On all points Wo Inont ion I n fin points in which The Soro Itf loads Tho SOROSIS wny Every conm tailored every wipe hound mule with + yoke and stropped sonnis absolutely dust proof rtifllo The neatest beet nixl cleanest workmanship throughout A SOHOSIS menus Perfect in every 1 detail Tho settle attention given tlio deigning orII tHc skirt itA is applied to the creation of the 83Rnd 84 garment so nil models aware the wearer A garment faultlessly rut Perfect fitting out thAt Rill grace full flare that fa fo much in vogue SOHOSIS the iwm to remember when yol1 Lily underskirtTHE GRAND LEADER AlihS B Levy SCHOOL SUPPLIES = S Wo are ready to supply you with Tablets PeMfli Hook Satchels anti Strops CHalk Colored Cmyottt utttl fill Hooks used in Lincoln county We have au rxtm large line of all supplies useful to the Scholar PENNYS DRUG STORE Kv 5arain Stor6 i Having rented the vacant Portman Store of Mr William Severance I will ar rive next week with a large and complete assortment of Clothing Dry Goods Notions Etc and respectfully ask the people of Lin coin and adjoining counties to call and inAspect these goods t S Goldstein Prop If1 1 STANFORD KENTUCKYV e The last retting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design tho best material r7 carrytheKentuckyLetteringNone better None cheaper WM AD4MS SON Lexington Ky l TO THE FARMERS I This is the proper season to put up I WOVEN WIRE FENCE We sell THEJAMERICAN the best made Calland see us before buying your fencejk W E Perkins Stanford Room Crab IKyStanford Male And Female Seminary II STANFORD KENTUCKY earetrs t First term begun Monday Sept 8 1004 The members of our Faculty uro all expo thof111educationalwork I c ti r r J YOU CANT GO TO SCHOOL t i Without School Slices If you want to have a well dressed foot come to us PricesIto suit any purse Lasts and styles to suit any feet 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 vEiEANcE3 O1Tw PL1EPIILtW1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BrANroiiD KY Sept II 1901 BRING or lend ui your prescription tad wo will Btve thorough and aocu rate work Our prices lire reasonable nod In aocordBBCe with the skill aod material required Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS I i W O WALKNR was lo Loulsvlllu this week 1MX A D HOOT hue raturnwl from t Oklahoma W n MUHLLHn It lo PeorIa III- om builoen 1MtoB SALLIn COOK la with relatlvoB to Danville BORN to tho wife ol Dr J D Deck a 91pound daughter DR II A JON9 peat Wednesday IB Lozln tOn oo builnei- iUnuii DUNN of the Wttt Kod bat returned to Dar wlI1 S O- JUWOK STBRLINO Gniuns of Plano Texas U here with relatives D n SPOOXAMORK of Darnelde spear Suod y with the hotuetolks Sites NBUIE DR nAN hat returned to Loretto Academy to attend Mboot T W JON 8 of Walton It with hl father Mr 0 M Jones at Maywood KBV J W HAatNAod Mr W M Brleht wore lo Lexington thus week 1tins CCKTIB Govan and too Wal I k e aro taklnjr In the Worlds Fair Miss Travis CARPENTER hat return ed from a visit to Naibvlllo relatives I QBO L PENNY and little Berta Jean Penny spent a few days In LoultvllleM- IBBDS JOSBIHINB AND MARUARRT WARRBNare with relatives lo Lanoai ter OnORae NEWLAND who has been quite III with typhoid few It very mush Improved line It II NOHL It attending the Ro koaeto Baptist Atioalatlon at Llv Inifsion this week DR JOHN M DUCK hat returned to Louisville to complete bis course at the medical college Mil K U BEAu wat severely leratebed about his left eye by a piece of wlro the other day I Rev GILBERT GLASS of Stanford has been In this city a few days with I relatives Danvlllo Newt MRS Lou McButOY and Mitt Hat tie Grundy of Lebanon are the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 B Tate Mil JO ALOORN of Hustonvltlo his entered State College for the en suing term Lexington Democrat MRS P M McROHBRTS attended a luncheon given by her titter Mrt W W Lawwlll In Danville the othorday MRS O M OtKY and 001 Lloyd and Edward have returned from a pro 0tracted visit to relailve la bone county MRS LUCY LKWIB and daughter of Uardln county aro with Mr J V Cash and family In the Turoertvlllo t section Miss CYNTHIA BECK who has been at Grlnger New Mexico for some ftime hat ordered her paper changed MR W H niaoiNS roll out of a 9vehicle the other day and hurt his left arm very bally and It now wearing It j In a tllng GEORUE ELY and family have moved Into the rooms vacated by Kd Wllkln ton and family In the old Commercial 4Uotet building s CHLOE DACUllrtAN and Sal Woods will leave Monday Lexington to attend Campbell Hagcrman College H1 S REV AND MRS W S GHINQTEAD and Mitt Nettle Grlnitead of Flora I Ingiburjr aro the guettt of Mr E H Beazloy and family GEO P BRIGHT of Hubble has IIMn of Rev R B Mabony hie rest on Danvlllo Ave and will move e his family to It Nov let MRS H KIRIIY BOURNE of Now Caitlo III with relatives hero She wee accompanied by her mother Mrt Lou Shanks who has been her guest MRS J K VANARSDALE and daugh VaoAnIDayton r the Worlds Fair t MRS O PERICINS and children of brotber1Mrter and wife of Danville were guests 1 h at the Dcnbam home this weekI NEW DRESS GOODS LOCALS NKW homemade sorghum at W H Hlgglni FOR SALt 100 barrels of limo at 75c per barrel K T Pence d Co BOYS knee corduroy penis extra heavy 76o quality go for 480 Grand Leader I DBSIRE to buy 100000 pound No1 timothy bay Hlmer D Denbatn Row lied Ky 2f FARMERS Stock urcoal while the roads aro good J H Baughman tt Co WANTEDwhirt 0100k At the Joseph Price Hoipllal Single woman Good pay SelT11 It the lastday paying the Graded School tax W U Wear en treasurer NHBD a good suit the boy We can suit you and tave you 40 per cent Grand Loader TUB spectacle lost by B L Rein hart were found b Mrs W A Trlb ble It pays to advsrUio TllHiiK are now M pupils enrolled at the Stanford Male and Female Seminary Dr U B Palllt tells us TUB Harry Kagleman land will be told In front of the court house at S r M Monday next oounty court day TUB creditor of Alexander Traylor aro requested to the their olalmt with me legally verified J B Paxton admr 3t To FARUHRB Union you expect to pay for the sacks you have of our you will please return them at once J H Baugbman fc Co Fen colored waitlruok oo the head with a rook thrown by Henry Miller his brotberln law Saturday night at Boneyvllle Simpson was se wordy hurt- MARSUALL I WALKHR a section man on the K C was knocked In the face by a lever on a gondola car the other day and was severely hurt J R BBAZLBY Is running hit rock ortiiher on the Monefee place back of tho St Attpb The blasts that go off occasionally makes one feel as If an earthquake was In progress MR BONAPARTE GILL who lives on- M Masons Gap U the boss gardener In that neck o the woods He hat told from hit own raiting IS6 worth of corn beans and potatoes and U not through yet 1 BocuilT A BOMB Mr John Bright Jr has purchased of Mr UJ MoRob arts the late J M McRobertt house maul five acres of ground on the Danville pike for 11800 Mr Bright will move his family to It lo a few weeks WANTED To buy a small farm three or four miles from Stanford Also to sell 05 acree good bottom land two miles sontb of Klngsylllo and H miles N W of Waynesburg In high state of cultivation Prlco 1700 M G blur phy Klngsvllle Ky T ENCAMPMENTBLUE AND GRAY Tbo encampment at tho old campgrounds near Klngsvllle which began yesterday and will last until tomorrow 1 was a success the first day There was a good crowd present and everybody had a good time A great many of the old veterans made addresses 825 AND CosTSTbe case of Anton Ronaker who was Injured by a bull be longing to M Lockowllz wai tried In Judge Baileys court Tuesday and re sulted In a verdict of 125 and costs for the plaintiff The bull broko several of Ronakers ribs It Is claimed and he sued Lockowltz tho owner for 1200 damageVAUGUANA telegram was received Tuesday by the editor of this paper conveying tho sad newt of the death of hit nephew Mr Rltoblo augban which occurred at his home at Ashland Va Mr Vaughan spent several weeks hero last summer and made many friends who will learn of his death with sincere regret It has been Im possible to obtain detailed Information concerning his demise but from the noIany that his death was entirely unexpected TUB banks here observed Labor Day by oloslng their doors but Postmaster Florence kept hit ollloe open all day MIMA HIGGINS a respected old colored woman died on the creek yetler day and her remains were shipped lo Indianapolis for burial I HAVR opened my coal yards at the depot and am prepared to furnish all grades of coal at the lowest possible price R E L Slow WE are In petition to sell you a school or dress suit for your boy at one half Itt legitimate value Big line to leleot from Grand Leader DR W B OBANNON told to H D Oulderman a nlee house and lot on Lancaster pike Mr and Mr Holder mm will move to It the first of the year Pries private- ATTTION SIR KNIGHTS tA full attendance of the members of Stanford Maoaabee Tent No 7 are requeued to be oo hand next Monday night T D Newland Jr Commander NEXT Mondayts county court day and all those who art behind on their tubiorlptlen to this paper are earnest ly requested to call aad settle without delay It takes money to ran a newspaper TKBTH EXTRACTED Mr Walter Warren of the Preacbertville section has had IS teeth extracted on account of tuSerlog to meek from neuralgia Every one of that umber was perfectly sound FOR SALEDesiral residence with modern improvements or will ex change for good farming land Prop arty located between Graded School and Female College on Danville Ave Box 101 Stanford ON Tuesday and Thuriday of this month you can get roundtrip ticket over the Lt N for 19 25 good for 10 dayt to the Worlds Fair Tickets on tale dally ai follow 5day limit 113 90 00day 1460s MR W R DBNHAM Is book from a business trip to Wllltamsburg and the mining dliirlot of the mountains Retells ut that the conditions In that eec tlon are very unsettled and a strike Is likely to occur at any time In view of this Mr Denham bought and shipped to his yard at Rowland and Danville a luDlolont quantity of coal to supply tho demands of hit customers for at least two months Mr Denham brought home with him his brother G A Den ham who hat been very sick RURAL DELIVERY Rural Route No3 will commence Saturday Oct 1 The distance it 2i miles with popula tion of 1M 547 people being served The route runt outbwest from Stanford to Martins corner past Jumbo postolBoe lo Balls corner north tvest to Deckers earner nortb and northwest to Nealt creek church north to Stanford poitotllce This virtually places the entire county In town while living In the country The carrier for this route has not been named yet Postmaster Florence say This Is tho oute that Ron J M Alvereon Lie cola countys representative promptly recommended to be established for the good of our people when called upon to do 10 THE Tenth District Convention of the C W B M and Sunday School composed of Lincoln Boyle Garrani Madison and Rockcastle counties It In session at the Christian church and the sessions are well attended and proving to be quite Instructive and In teresting to those In attendance The following program was carried out yesterday PROGRAM THURSDAY SEPT S 1004 MORNING SESSION 930 OCLOCK Devotional period Mrs Mills Greeting Mrs Leila Coo- klResponseMrEmma SONG Kaufman I Reports of auxiliary bands counties and dlitrjcjis Appointment of committees Consecration tong and three talks let talk Mrs Eliza Blain 2nd talkMrs Roberta Elkln 3rd talkMrs George D Simmons PaperLet ui throw away our crutch I es Mrs Crow SONG I Row to achieve perfect co F M Tinder operatlooI Results or by Their j Miss Linda Oormley SONG That Five Cents a MoothMrs H K Bourne Successful Plant of Work led by Miss DeJarnetleSONO Adjournment APTHRNOON SESSION 2 OCLOCK Devotional perlodMltiSVanArsdale Committee reports SONO Young peoples work ledby Mr Welded Duty of MothersMre Garrison Duty of AuxlllaryMre Gibbons Duty of ChildrenMrs Allen SONO Round table conducted by Mrs Barr son Talk Mrs Yaccey Talk from visiting preachers SONG I1ENEDIOTION The following delegates were pres ODtDutoovll1eEld and Mrs Mille Mesdames Jennie Carpenter Talbott Crow J P Riffe McKee Rifle Em melt McCormack George D Roblnion Neat V B Morse T J Robinson Josiah Bishop John Dlnwlddle Misses Catherine Mills Angle Carpenter El la Barnett Llpps and Carpenter Lancaster Mesdames Robert Elkln E L Owsley Emma Kauffman Sam Embry M D Hughes R E McRob erie McO Johnson Mary Price Mist es Sallie and Mattle Elklo Johnson Rev F M Tinder Danville Mea dames Mary S Walden A E Gibbons A W Carpenter Turner Garrison CIoydMelvln MlssesSsllee Winches tarMr ArmltroDK New CastleMrs- U KIrby Bourne IRON FENCECHEAPER THKN WO- ODACXSIneAgt STANFORD KY To Our Patrons I After assuming the office of manager of the Stanford Water Light ft Ice Co I find a great many leaky yard hydrants that are proving a great expense to the com pany in the waste of water and I respect fully 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 outsiders all that U absolutely neceetery but the water contracted for with the Company is not or the purpose of making Modholes and suchlike If any person Is found violat ing these rules I will be owed to cut the water ofl- Your attention ie invited to tone ot the Stanford Water Light ft Ice Cos rules and regulations as follows All water and light rents must be paid quarterly in ad vance on the let day of January April July and October For willful or unreasona ble 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 cocks and private hydrants In good repair and protected from frost and prevent any un necessary waste of water The Company agrees to furnish water for a certain specified use for a certain sum persons using water for any other purpose than that sta ted in receipt will be required to pay full price for water furnished Free access to all pipes and fixtures must be had for ex amlnaion by the Manager of Company For the violation of any of theabove rules or nonpayment of rent the company re oil the water with serves the right to turn out notice An Ordinance passed by the City Coon cil mrkes 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 Ice Co to July i 1904 for water and lights are requested to liquidate their account at once as the Company needs the money 1 will be at Pennys Drug Store every day between o and 10 0 clock A M to receive your water and light re- otlB F ROUT Manager Stanford Water Light Ice Co THIS IS SCHOOL WEEK At our Store ami a treat it will be for the boys I Things to see in every Department Clothes to try on and a Souvenir for all who pay us a visit Wo can fit thorn out with everything they need for three months to conic from good serviceable SCHOOL SHOES STOCKINGS CAPS ETC to a suit of PERFECTION CLOTHING Boys come to see us statsse CUMfllNSMCLARY EARLY But better 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 been shipped and in our house You may not want to purchase yet but you had better see what we have We are ready to show you Let us have the opportunity Buy now later or not at all as your judge ment may directJH J McROBBRTSStanford Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTDr McAdanis Danville Ky will open n branch office in STANFORD KY beginning Saturday t101f 19O4 Dr Murray is a graduate of MeCormack Optical College Chicago Ill Headaches Indigestion Nor vousnoss and many other functional derangemonta are quito often rolievcdby perfectly adjusted Lenses Crossed eyes straightened without medicine knife or pain Satisfaction guaranteed Will be at St Asaph Hotel Sat Sep 10 7 riE JNTER1OR JOURNAL 11 Sntered n the paS ojlfu at Stanford at t ondelaii matter bUahdrUcSDYaAcSF cSV t AT 1 PERYEAR beallareodIwill rWhin not socsldcaOO KNOXVILLE 01 VISION p 2tTralucoluNortliIOlplD o 2SII MMM12 17 aID o 2SII South No23II NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BIIazE k SAN Yror1 JUNCTION CITY KY FlntOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Bates- Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY AND FEED STABLE a Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Dealers InAlsoCall on us on Depot Streets Goal Jesse W SweeneyI raoralrron Livory Food and Solo Stable Lancaster KyIllorscs wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates 1JarI Traylor DIALER IK wmskn Brandii Wines Boor IGlnpS Etc Oarpentsr II Oloit to DepotSTANFORD KY but ths tel I attention NttthlnePrompt and to drink rte cr telegraph orders receive I prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS 1 You may need new mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains t cks curtain poles pictures frames screens tablespartolst doorspasse dresserschairs wardrobes couches washstands beds mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machines wring en wall paper carpet paper trunk tole carriage at house paint curtaIn M stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 0 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kontucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We bavo a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you to sell lace- ft In our hands OOlce at Boonos Livery cit Stable Stanford Ky ri R B MahonyIasurafGC Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties of l ncoln and Casey who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLino Com represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky Tryfur Ucalih 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months I was so ill t was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all tbe time Hy stomach was ao weak and upset that I could keep on and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate great pain and I coughed 80 throat and were raw and sore The doctors nounced it disease and consumptionItt they called it and I had no de sire to live Asister visited me from St Louis and asked mo if i I had ever tried Wine of Cardul I told bpr I had not and she bought u bottle I believe that I it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of itsvalue JA74if31dy j Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to bo well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardul from y druggist to day WINE QUIDUI- PARKERS HAIR BALSAM cienet tad bMoOfitt tM 1tm1 a laiutUlt se+ 1rver Tall to lir ton Gray flair to Youthful o- doapedlnuaitrrltdOut G Q GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the democratic party jRC WARREN- Is a canJUat for edge of the Lincoln County Court subject to the acttoo of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR Is a candidate far Sheriff of Lincoln county subject La the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORDt Is a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Is tai action of the democratic parIIT JEFF HILL snIIs a candidate for Sheriff of U the action of the democratic parlyIJESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to 16 action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate far Sheriff of Llncsln county subject to tbe actMn af the democratic party DINK FARMER faa initiate for Jailer sf Ltnceta cMty ssi Kt tome actlea of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a caRr rr Jailer sultfeclill the attteu of the liasmtte parry W I HERRIN a candidate for JaUer sWfect to the ar len ol the Uaocratk party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate fer SspedetenJentof PtMte Schools 1 Unrein County sutf eat ta tile act n of the demoI trade party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PubHc Schools- of Llnee o county subject to action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is a candidate fer reetecHon fer Superintendent of Public Schools of Ltacsta county snwect to the ac Non of the Deraocrotlc party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub gad to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln aunty sub ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is acsniUatetot Asxsur of Lincoln muntylsub ten to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandidate for Assessor of Lincoln county tub JecOo the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y Is a candidate for Assesserot Lincoln ceunty subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for comty attorney of Llneetn awry subject to I3factkw of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln comty to a oimtUate far ua Mafcutten for State S utor In tats district ukjfKt Vs the acHen- of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a tifriUUtc for Congress subject la the action af the ProhbitIooI par- tySEED FOR SALE Dine Crass Seed and Seed Rye for sale L 0 Dunn Mt Salem Ky J La Beazley 6 Co J Undertakers and- EmbaImore auoaIALaaeta iFarnltureMllttingeRageThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ 1YJ C I Y UNDEIilrAltEEt EMBALMER And Desloarln a JlARNESSISADDL1ItY 0 Stanford Ky f Elizabeth IN MEMORIAlrII Mrs Frank called from her earthly home Aug 20 by 1001 to dwell with Jesus For five lone weeks anxious friends and a lovloi mother watched until tbe feeble flame went out All that loving hands could do was done but to no purpose Dear little Elizabeth Wright the joy and sunshine of a loving home has Ilone with the angels For five short year did this dear little light shine she wal just beginning to make home happy with her sweet childish ways whoa Je sue claimed her for Hla own But remember she has gone to her dear fath er who was only taken four shor months ago and there the will watch wall for you loved ones she bal behind God glveth and God hal taken but only for a time In the eternal reunion she will be yours forever with no thoughts of parting Whlli our hearts go out In sympathy to the H dear mother and other bereaved ones we can but remind them that He said Suffer little children to come unto Me and forbid them not for of such I the kingdom of heaven Grieve not for her the little one Though lone and sad you be Unto a better land shes gone Shell wait and watch for thee COUSINS NEWS NOTES Considerable damage was dose b fire at Cynthlana Newport Is to have a race raectln beginning Sept 17 and continuing P dave Refined sugar grades from 9 to 14 In elusive are reduced live cents a 100 pounds Milton M Careon of Chicago wa I sentenced to life Imprisonment for as uniting a young girl Samuel McCue former mayor of Charlottavllle Va has been arre tei for the alleged murder of his wife St Louts Exposition attendance rec ords were broken Monday when 20745 persons passed through the pay gates The Cuban Senate has ratified tbi treaty of extradition recently conelud ed between the United States and Cu ba Tbe Wright Switch Roller Mill Com panya plant at Somerset was burned Tbe loss Is 18000 and the Insurano 11500 Jesse Baker of Ithaca N Y sho and killed his young wife whobad beet forced to leave him because of hit die spatlonJ Underwood a wellknown bust flees man of Lebanon died suddenly 01 heart disease as he was waiting for a telephone call Horace Maples a Negro accused of the murder of an aged peddler wal taken rom the Huntsvllle Ala tai by a mob and hanged David M Flournoy of Paducab bal sued Mrs Laura Flournoy a daughter of the Rov Sam Jones for a divorce alleging abandonmen Two thousand men were killed and 4000 wounded In the battle recentl fought In Uruguay between Govern moot and Revolutionary troops Negroes In Cincinnati are Incensei over the Idea that they will be exclud ed from the use of the public bathhouse just opened in that city The sworn statement of Sheriff Ei Callahan used as evidence In the Jett White trial at Cynthlana It mlsslnj from the Harrison Circuit Clerks office Wiley Gibson of Knott county wa paroled from tbo Frankfort prison li order that he might be taken to Vir- ginIa to serve a fiveyear sentence Ii the Virginia penitentiary Tbe first woman to make application before the steamboat inspector at Evansvllle for license as master and pilot of a steamboat Miss Vera Mae i Kennedy of Bowling Green Kv Fire broke out In the engine house of the Bakersfield Cal fire department and destroyed two blocks In the cen tral part of the city A Chinaman was suffocated Tbe property lose Is about 1100000A of moiqultoee Is reported from Eldorado Mexico One woman has been driven Insane by the attacks of mosquitoes and two Infants have died from the poisonous effects of their bitesSection Foreman D E Ramsey of the Tennessee Central railroad shot and fatally wounded George Lawrence an employe of the road thinking he was a midnight prowler that meant mischiefGeorge H Sblblev of Washington who was nominated by the ocalled Continental party at Chicago as a can dldate for vice president has sent a letter to the notification committee de dining tbe nomination As a result of the great number of cases of suicide In which carbolic aold has figured ns the agent of destruction an amendment has been made to the sanitary codo In New York City forbidding the sale of the drug except on a physicians prescription The drill team of Louisville Com mandery No1 won the first prize In the competitive drill at the triennial conclave Knights Templar at San Francisco over three other drill corps The exhibition was witnessed by 26000 people Tbe Kentuckian wero cheered to the echo as they executed their intricate movements to the tralnn of Dixie 2 It IMATRIMONIAL Wednesday Miss Nan Judge Jos P ExUov RobertBolloylsee and Miss bowie Va were married Wednesday Miss Freda Meier who used to llvi hereIn Stanford was married Wcdocs day In Louisville at the Fifth Avenue Hotel to Mr C L Cover Miss Roe Meier sister of the bride and Mr Krlst Moeor were the attendants Mis Mater II well known here and Is a very attractive young lady and will make her husband a loving helpmeet througl life Mr Cover we understand 1s an exceedingly nice young man and should feel very proud In having wot such a fine young lady- MORELAND I Hubert W Reynolds has roturnei from an extended visit to his uncle J Reynolds and family Wm H Reynolds after a twoweeks visit this parents here has returned to Urbana III accompanied by his sister Miss Lena Reynolds She will vlsl her brother Luther A Reynolds another relatives while In Illinois A Letter from Coffeyvllle Kan sas Grasping the first opportunity I wll tell you a few things about Kansas Ware situated In a very rloh seetlon of country Hve miles from Coffoyvllle aDd 1 quarter of a mile from the M K aDd r railroad Coffeyvllle Is one of tbi best towns In southeastern Kansas with a population of 16000 It basset oral factories glass pottery plow paper and box The Hour mills are very large and nice Coffeyvllle II supplied with natural gas and for mile out In the country we burn natural jlal and wouldnt do without It A grea many profitable wells are being drlllei allover the country There Is a great deal of oil too Ooe man hat an oil field that produces 800 pounds per day It In on the same set tlon where we live He was offerei 170000 for 10 acres There Is a fairly good crop of wheat much better than expected on accoun of too much rain during harvest CorD crop Is hardly an average for tbe lame reason too much rain Farmers are very busy now preparing tbe land tor another crop of wheat Judging from present Indication there will be a fery large acreage sown this tall A L SlOONAMOHK Booker Niggerism The Goddess of Liberty bowed be r head- Columbia frowned with vigor The eagle got mad tore up tbe Stag When Roosevelt dined with a NIG tiER The bull pawed up the earth The cow jumped over the moon The eagle epew d on the Amerlean IU When Teddy sat down with a COON In Praise of Chamberlains Col Ic Cholera and Dlarahoea Remedy Allow me to give you a few words In praise of Chamberlains Colic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr Job a Hamlctt of Esglo Pass Texas I suffered one week with bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicine without get tins any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant here advised me to take this remedy After taking one dose I tell greatly relieved and when I la taken the third dose was entirely cured thank you from the bottom of my heat for putting this groat remedy In the hindS of mankind For snte by all Druggists At Cynthlana Judge L P Fryer or tbe circuit court ordered Harry Nor rls taken to jail for 30 hours and fined him lao for disturbing the court Nor rls was trying to hit an attorney will au ax handle Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old sot diet by name of J J Havens Versailles O For years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor med ienes gave him relief At length battle Electric BItten It put him on his feel In short order and now he testifies InI on the road to complete recovery Jest on earth for Liver and Kidney trouble and all forme of Stomach and Dowel Complaints Only 60c Guaranteed bl r Penny tile Druggist To the World Fair via Queen d Crescent Routo and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For information addrem W C Rlnearson G P Ai Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington i- yWhat Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it Is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain re suits Irregular living moans derange meat of tho organs resulting In con tl potion headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c Ht Penny Drug Store D K Pear on Z ofHlosdale III baa donated 350000 to Beroa College for the purpose of erecting a new water works pnrt IIJ i Director J B Iaiton J B Owsley B n Shanks W 0 Walker flea W Outer j II Foster L G Oooob W II Uumtolns W HubbleIt L w II Shanks Successors to The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000j establishedThis Institution was as the De 1t Hack ot Stanford In taU then reorganised as tho National Rank of Stanford and again rfoOrtanbed u the First National n of Bto U till having had practically an unlnlor- I nllleDC for II It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact uIne promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers Directors Ilaucbuan p1Ili IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Saucers and Plates ever brought TO town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best sortever offered Will sell for a Set Cups and Saucers Set a Plates for 125 and give you set Tumblers GEORGE H FARRIS a COt Stanford Kentucky C R McCormackDealer Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and daily High est Market Price for Country Pro 1- cR 1 duce McCormack Hustonville BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KT Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is lolicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connections iUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH 1 I Having decided to quit tbe buggy bail wtll sell for the next W days at oat Surreys11haetoneHarnens Thai are all tie latent best make Part of the vehicle are rubber tired Come to see mo and get a bar rain once before they are all gone- OCUTISaoVBnOrKbOrcbardKy I FARM FOR SALE I Nice little farm for onDanville and Stanford pike 3K miles Iron Stanford eon UlnlER 2b acres of land Good orchard of two acres with a splendidvariety ol fruit tree Hood cistern springs Locust pontn enough to fence a Mi sere farm louse has four rooms kitchen back Necessary outbuildings Etc Call on or address W I Dawson CHAS JOHNSON LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smlloy Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY I Prices Reasonable Call and see me Phone at Kcsidenco I Produce Wanted I Will you tho beet market price for eggs bens hides feathers Junk etc Call and lie convinced at U H Northootts Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED i I want to buy staves spokes headings lumber logs otc Will highest cash price at Moreland n U 0 Peyton Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Residence Phono 133 SAVEMONEY buying coal wirly We have just ro ceived 25 curs coal and will sell eta reduced price of from 2 3 cents on bushel cucap6r than In CO days from above ditto KINO t OOX Moreland Ky n5 B H BIIANKIJ J D OWSLEY Oasblsr W M nUIOIlT- Ass1 Cashier 1fl Officers 1 J 8 noon Frsst 8T IIARIIIS V Ires J J McKOnKUTU Ohr W 11 WEAtENAut Ohi41 F Held Danville B T Harris Stanford J 8 Hester Stanford K U Tanner UeKUnsy U n Kmure Stanford 8 II Stanford T V IIUI Stanford Jai UoMnton Hubble I H Stanford J time I i one Fine I at I to Have Your Buggy Painted t It will oat yon only It I use the beet of palate and raralike and guarantee at- work ta be Orstels Call at hop on So n or et street and pee specimen of my work loree palnUC aDd peper IIRLD- ENUMBRELLAS and Mttstaetortly done J J IUeovered and repaired sad made almost as as new for a amount I can IreralrenLAND FOR SALE 04- the heirs of Harry Rogle Leandooeaeed 1 will on Monday Sept IS mi eo qty coort day tell at pbllo out err in front of thoeourt boeodoorin Stanford a tract sf M acres of land on Hawk tnt Branch In Lincoln county J n PATON Y FOR SALE I 5 The wellknown Old Port Pharmacy To elect an Immediate sate an iisif drug store is offered for II551 cash The owner Is going West Nearest ooRipclltor Is throe squaretweettory rapidly improving Situated In the largest voting precInct in the city Fwtab Ilibed 11 yean Kent CM per month A decided Address n OLD llyNCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court ID lice Ac Plaintiffs vs Thomas Ilamsey Defendant Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered in above styled action at the Juno term 1B8I tbo undersigned M Mater Oommlsuloncr of tbe Lincoln circuit court will on MONDAY SKPTEMllHlt IJ ItHH A About 1 r N In front of the court house door In Stanford KyMen at public outcry to tho hlhotlt and best tho following real estate situated In Lincoln county Ky consisting of three tracts of land 1st tract as follows On the East by tbe Somerset road on tho Houth by the land of Jim Taylor on the Wet by the Bacon land on the North by tho house or county farm and known as the Holdatn tract containing 121 acres more or lase Second tract on the Eat side of the Somerset road Is bounded thus On tho North by RndJHolmes farm on tho East by the lands Willard South Wlllnrd and West by Somerset road and ccntatns B3 acres Third tract Is bounded thus on the South the Lincoln Land Co on tlto West the lands of Salor and Harris on the North the lands o Niggles and llrotlmtn and Corbie nod on by tho laude of the John JI Clark farm and contains 220 acres of more or less This sale Is made for thej E purpose of division The threo tract will be separately and thou IM a whole and t that price will bo accepted which li the highest for the three tracts TKIIMS Credit of 0 and 12 month the purchaser or purchasers bolng required to plve for the purchase money with good security payable to the Commissioner pI und bearing 0 percent Interest from date af ule a n BAITIEY M C L C C IS Ir- 4tryyyG I