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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r4 I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR URNAL l tJVOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1904 8 A M NOr 7 Iw4 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I I Mrs Margaret Uorlne aged 88 U dead at NloboUivlllo Wesley Vaughan aged 07 died In the vicinity of Sbelby City Cundiaa Roller Mill near Somerset burned causing a 10000 loam James Young was given ilx year at Wmiaratburg tar killing Gen Hill S James Turncri barn In Jemralnc hat boon burned for tbo third time s i Prof J C WtllU of Lexington will conduct the Mercer Teachers luitlluto bcelnnlDff Sept 20 Harvey Cbenault bat been appointed postmaster at Enlll Madison county vice John D White reilgned I Daniel Soanlan of Loulivllle bai p tiled salt In the circuit court at Oar rodiburg against the Southern Rail way Company In KeD talky for 130000 damages for the death of his too J 0 Scanlan wbo was killed la the oath Sian near that place A Commercial Club bat bole orcaa JlI4a Ilarbourrtlle wltb Jolt 0 Mat I ow ot the Pint Natlol8i Bulc president Edward Eeglaed easisier of tbo Natlwial Bank of Jaba t4 Black vloe prMldnt and T D TUiicv era rotary aJ tr asorer A Daanll dUpateb eayr Tot ar rastof James Kdward Hams Is Clo olnaatl on a onarga of erabtl iBent bas caused qalio aentikUOM her anoot his frteads In the oily Ua bat beeQ runic a piano store hero for till pu year and his done well mad sUe maD trleads At the meeting of the U D C lira Geo II Bruce and Mn Graham Price were appointed delegates to the Na tional Convention of the United Daughter of the Confederacy which meet at St Lout In October Phil J Bernhardt will on next Sunday take charge of the New Bongo Hotel and restaurant tucccedlng Mr Bongo who I goes to Stanford On account of hie health Mr Bongo was forced to quit tba bustaessAdvooata Says a Lexington dispatch A touch lag Incident In connection with the Confederate reunion hold here was the I meeting between Col D W Tribble of Richmond and Mr Isaac HutobUon of this city both of whom were mem bens of Gen Jonn U Morgan com I mind Tbe men had not seen each oth er since the memorable struggle of 40 I years ago In which they both took part When Col Trlbblo left Camp Chase t where he was a prisoner he was furl ntthed money by Mr Qutohtion to buy olotboi and get back home Their meeting resulted In many old memo rUs being revived WHAT IS CATARRH I Hyomol Only Guaranteed Cure for This Common and Dlsa greeable Disease Ilyonel cures catarrh by the simple method of breathing U Into the air pu aagra and lungs It kill the germs of catarrhal poUon heal and soothes th irritated raucous membrane and effec 0 tually drives this dlieue from the avt- Umt If you have any of the following symp town catarrhal germs are at work tome where In the mucous membrane of time throat bronchial tubes or tltauts of the lung OtTentlTr breath drynoes of the DOle pain rvcrow tho eyes pain in back of the head pain in front of tho head tendency to take cold burning pain in tbe throat 0 hawking to clear tho throat pain in the chest cough aatltah in tide losing of dub variable appetite low fplritcd at time railing of frothy mucous expeoto rating yellow matter difficulty In breath lug fr itienl sneezing huskiness of voice discharge from the nose stoppage of the- nose at night aching of the body drop pings in the throat mouth open while loping tickling back of the palate for mation of emit In the nose dryness of the throat in the mornlngloia of strength apianis of coughing cough short and hacking cough worse nights and morn- Ings toss in vital force a feeling of tightness acrow tho upper part of the cheatHyoraol will destroy activity of all catarrhal germs In tho respiratory organs and in a few weeks tho guru will bo com pleto This la a strong statement but Penny emphasizes it by agreeing to refund your money if Hyomel does not euro TUB Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign oiler of Its Sunday and t dally edition from now until alter tba November election lor 11 This Is about a cent a copy had IB not only the cheap eat dally you can got but tbe beat dl m ocratic organ you can read during the present campaign This olUce wilt take your order for tho Democrat but the a cam must Invariably accompany It When troubled with constipation try I Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They aro easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effect For sate ly Ml Arug It- t r A Trip To Boston and Other His torte Cities Early Impressions made from child hoods First UUtory and tho advanc ed works which I read later on of my country history produced In mo a de lira to visit tome of the first battle field made famous a being the begin ning or foundation of one ol the great set countries on eartb and aitlll great er desire to meet with my comrade and participate In the Krlad parade to I Boston Induced me to make my recent Bittern tour On the 14th day of August I and toy traveling companion Jacob Rlgooy boarded tbe Q tt O at MoKlnney at 118 P M arriving at Cincinnati at 7 uolook After having been transferred from the Central to the Pennsylva nla Line depot we boarded one of their splendid train at 8 oclock traY ling byway of Columbus Pimburg QarrUburg Philadelphia thence to Jersey City Now York Now Haven Conn and Providence R I arriving In Ho+ ton about 10 A M alter two days and nights of eontlnuou traveling Be- leg a little tired I rested a short while brtfaktaiUd and then sought Boston Common near which point tbo parade of the old boys started This parade U conceded by all to be one of tbo mot successful and Interesting made by the Grand Army since Its organisation It Is true that It WI quite warm but there bad been constructed at proper intervals stands from whloh the ladles of Boston God bless them lisuedipark Unit cups of lemonade to the veteran as they passed And ibis refreshment coupled with the splendid music of tbe department band and drum corps Inspired us with energy and we topped to time throughout the whole line of marchAfter visiting many point In Boston such at the place where the Tea Party came alt the Navy Yard and the White Squadron which was lying In the bar bor and witnessing the successful launching of a new vessel the Colum bla we visited Charlestown Bunker QUI monument and Charles river where the British fleet operated during the battle of Bunker Hill Alto the Common where the school boys were Intuited for which they demanded redress from Brltiih oRlceri We had the pleasure ot standing on the battle field of Old Lexington where the 5rtsbote were fired at the begin ning of the Revolutionary war June 19 175 We then traveled on to Concord where soother battle was fought on the same day We law several bout et of Revolutionary tame ono of them the Uanoook house from which he and Adams made their escape from British soldiers when Paul Revere made hit famous ride to carry news of the plan of the British Marker and monuments stand on these old battlefields Gen Raum made speeuh at Concord ttandlng at the toot of a broDu statue of a Minute man A Kentucklan made a pool talk stand lag on the ground and line ot battle at Old Lexington Veteran of Maine Vermont and Masiucnuieitt with their wives and daughter gave him a hear ty ovation JOAII RioNKY Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken Is too largo cr the quality too rich sour stow ach U likely to follow and especially to If the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate tho food thoroughly Let live hours elapio between meals and when you feel a full ness and weight In the region ot tho stom rah after eattngtske ChamberlalnaStom aoh and Liver Tablets and the sour stom Jath may bo avoided For sale by all DrttRglitt Mrs E ft MarkeDoctor what alii Tummy Dr Wise Ha It Buffering from ex vacatlonltl Mrs E Z Marko Whats that Dr Wise School bas opened Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlains Cough Remedy- I have sold Chamberlains Cough Item edy for more than 20 years and it has giv en entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of It and can recommend It highly Joseph McEIhlnoy Linton Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and Is pleasant to aka For sale by all Druggists The mortality report for tbe week ended today shows 101 blrLblcom pared with 80 deaths In Loultvlllo Better Than a Plaster A piece of tUnnel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected part is boiler than a plaster for a lame back and for pains in the side or chest laln Balm has no superior as a liniment for tbe relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by all DrugglM I NEWS NOTES The town of Warren Idaho has been wiped out by tire Three perioos were fatally hurt in an automobile smash at Plttsburg Judge Kirk Qawes for years a din tinguished jurist Is dead at Chicago John L Sullivan who has played out at a pugilist has gone to St Louis to run a saloon 1Tbe grand atsault1 oa Port Ar thur scheduled for Saturday bai been postponed till todAYIChampion Jeffrie offers to box any three page In one night as last I they can step Into the riDIrIThe Japanese charge tbe Russians with killing women and children and with burning boutBion Sonshu Island The maneuver on bull run battlefield oloed wltb a great review Lieut Gen Cbaffeo being ranking ollloor pros ant Six hundred Chicago Block handlers applied for their old places back and were Informed they would be sent for when needed While Yetta Belkowltz was kneeling betide a grave In Gravetaod cemetery the family monument toppled crush Ing her to deatbIA local passenger train ot the Son Hoard Air Line went through a trestle at Catawba Junction N C Several passengers wero killed and many hurt Forest lire arc doing great damage In California Acre ot timber hits been burned and many bounce haveI been destroyed The flames aro not yet under control Owing to the lllneu of Judge Jame E Cantrlll Coy Beckbam has appoint ed the lion John D Carroll to preside over the approaching term of the Franklin Circuit Court The Japanese Government place tbe total casualties on the Japanese side atI the battle of Llao Yang at 17639 The Japanese estimate of the Russian losses Is upward of 26000 Mr Charles Evans of Monterey lows committed suicide because her husband went to a ball game In fall lag to the floor she smothered to death tier 10 month old daughter Because of tbe torrents of rain tha- I have been falling In too vicinity of Mukden Red Cross odlcer tear an epidemic of disease will break out In both the Russian and Japanese armies A receiver has been asked for the Bluegrast Consolidated Traction Com parry a concern capltallzid at 7000 000 and holding valuable Interurban railway franchises around Lexington Appointive students to the State College have refuted to pay a lee of 15 for tbe use of laboratorle exacted by the management and have brought suit against the ofllclali to enjoin collection of the leo The trial ot Jim Bach charged with false swearing in connection with the JettWnlto trial atCynthlaoa bas begun at Mt Sterling The cases against Callahan and French will probably be reached Monday The patrons of the poatofllce at Mc Rae Ala are Indignant because a Negro was assigned by the postmaster to handle their mall Many of the pa irons bate ordered their mall tent to Florala 10 miles away Two youthful strangers entered the County Treasurers ofilce at Pomeroy 0 covered Treasurer T J Chase with revolvers and wont through the safe They secured 14000 locked Chase In tbe vault and made tholr escape By pumping In a well 500 feet deep situated ono mile from French Lick Springs the flow of water In the la moue Pluto spring was stopped The managers of the resort will endeavor to stop the operations of the well Tho heavy rains In Manchuria have made the roads Impassable and have prevented any extended movement by either of tho contending armies Theeo rains It IB feared may cause an epl demlc of disease among the soldiers The distribution of prize lOOQOY grow- Ing out of the victory of tbo American meet at Manila Day has begun Ad mlral Dewey gets 816511 as his reward and the widow of Ctpt Grldley comes next with 9413 The smallest amount any member of the crew receives IB 60 The total amount to be distributed Is 170630 The stockyards strike bas boen called off by President Donnelly Tho pack Ira have won the victory and they dic tated the terms upon which a settle flout was reached The men will get oven smaller wages than they wero re ceiving when the strike began and nonunion men will bo retained by the packeri as tar as possibl- eWhat Is Life In the list analysis nobody knows but we do know that it it under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain re suits Irregular living means derangement of tho organ resulting In consti pation headache or liver trouble Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 05c at Jenny Drug Store I JUNGSVILLE I1 After a prolonged aNenoe we will try to write another letter to tbe cheap est and beatIMrs James Roy and son Jas Roy Jr who have been spending tbo Summer here are pleasantly located at Mies Dalys boarding house on E High Street Lexington Master James will eater the Dudley school there The reunion Thursday Friday and Saturday was quite a success Good crowds good speaking and amusements of varlou kind Tbe MIddleburg band furnished good music All the politi clan were on band making friends and votes Hon It C Warren ipoke Friday afternoon and was very vigorously applauded He It extremely popular hero Hon J 8 Owiley Jr T Jeff Bill Sr T D Newland nnd others were hero all looking as It sure to be elected D O Allen was here In his handsome new runabout driving tbo girls about and Incidentally election coring ExSheriff S M Owens alone was contplououi for hit absence but he was doubtless absorbed In oil Dr W B OBannon was here with a lovely young lady and was In consequence the envy of youngsters Tho crowd was very orderly and the reunion a very pleasant occasion to tbe old soldiers and othersMrs W L McCarty who has been 111 for tbe past four weeks U conva lescing Her slater Mrs Goocb who bat been at the point of death Is allo Improving Little Misses Etna and Leona Baker and brother Will Baker of Harriman Teen are guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs F M Howe John Howe of Harriman has returned homo after a visit to hit par eats here W R Campbell has returned to Lexington C D Evans spent a few days at Nlcbolasvllle Mum Annie McKee went to Stanford Friday where the will begin teaching Monday Miss Geraldine Mooreand little broth er J D Moore of Boone county will return home Saturday after an extend ed visit to their grandparents Mr and and Mrs J L Johnson Mack WIl- lIam spent a few day with his mother here Mrs Williams has sold her home here to J W Thompson for a lair price and will move to Oakdale Manfred Cbevolette of tbe C S Is visiting his homefolki and taking In the G A R reunion here KUSTONVILLE TUB Graded School opened pester day wltb about 100 tcbolars and prospects for as many more Miss ELLEN POWARS Mrs Wallace Steele and Mrs Sue Thornton lout Monday for a two weeks stay at the World Fair Chat Brown sold Rud McCormack a nlco harness gelding for 1135 W G Cowan sold his crop of wheat to D M Lippe k Son at 110 Tbe Graded School tax for this die trlct Is now due and mutt be paid by Oct lit or a penalty of 6 per cent will bo addedJ H Rocker collector L W Hudson ot Atlanta spent Saturday night with C T Bobon Capt H C ham of Wllllamstown Is visiting friends and relatives hero The following terms have been adopted by the board ot trustees ot tbe Graded School for scholars outride tbe district viz let 2nd and third grade 12 per month 4th 5th Oth and 7th grades 82CO 8th and up to collegiate 325 por month On Wednesday r M while W G Cowan was standing In his front yard lightning struck a bay stack about 40 yards In front of him stunning him se verely knocking his horse down and burning the stack of bay GUI tech the effect of the shock yet It leaving his muscles sore and a headache with it Miss Edna Camnltz has had a severe case ot rheumatism for several days Harry Powell of Chicago spent last week with the family ot John B Rout and other relatives Mr Joe Conway and Reid loft last week ton their home In Wichita Kansas J C Reid ac companied them They will spend some time at the Worlds Fair Fearful Odds AgainstlHim Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was tbe condition of an old sol liar by name of J1 Havens Versailles O For years he was troubled with Kid noy disease and neither doctorajnor 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 Best on earth for Liver nnd Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only 60c Guaranteed by Penny tbe Druggist Juan Cbaves oldest Mexican In New Mexico and alleged to have been 114 years old IB dead Five persona were Injured at South lend Ind when a special train ran Into a hotel omnibus Tho new battleship Georgia will be munched October 11 HAWES HATS FOR FALL 3OO Tho new shapes in stiff hats are readyanti it is nearly time to discard Straws Buya HAWES and you get the heat for the money that is rondo T Oa mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE wuvwLwa vw asv wrtiv v Superior Grain Drills As an evidence of the superiority of the Superior 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 getready to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Diso Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Conning II Zero Weather It In Time of Peace Prepare For r War Dont roast your shins and freeze your back this Winter but let me in stall a warm Air Furnaco that will keep your rooms comfortable the same temperature nil over and use 50 per cent less fuel Itoofing Guttering Filters Pumps and Plumbing Phono 110 S H ALDRIDCE Depot Street Stanford Ky Tle Straightest Road J Is The Shortest Road If you want pure drugs como to us FIRST We understand what purity is and how csIsential it is in our business Wo 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 risk You want to buy pure drugs we want to sell them Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentuckyt School supplies r and School BoOkS ossss metr m eo WeD McRobertsDRUGGIST t i1 1i f T l SFECIftL THURSDAY SEPT 15TH rWe will put four items on sale at a price absolutely below the cost of production Dont take excep r I tions when we ask the regular price for them alter the date and hours mentioned rItemNo1 Between the hours of 9 A M and 5 P M only we offer 1000 yards of 36 inch French Mat dras Ginghams worth 25c yard at only lOc yard i Item No 2 Between the hours of 9 A M and 5 P M only Any Ladies Ready Made Skirt in thetI house for 298 worth up to 750 Item 3 250 Girdle Corsets the 75c kind between hours of 9 A M and 5 P M go at 43c tI i Item 4 150 Boys Suits ages from 6 to 16 elegantly made strictly all wool worth up to 5 between hours of 9 A M and 5 P M your choice 2- 79LIE If j GReA1e1 ImIm STANFORD N t Owsley Block Watch Our A ds For Bargains j JOORNAiJ 1 E c WALTON j 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President J ALTONBROOFSPARRER of Kw York I For Vice Pretident HENRY G DAVIS j of Viet Virginia ForJudge Fifth Appellate Dittritt JUDGE JAMES E CA4V TRILL OJ Georgttotm 200 democratic editors wit their friends the entire num ItABOUTi more than 600 visited Judge Parker at Kosemount and t and an Informal recep lion were entertained at luncheon Stk In behalf of the delegation and Judge Parker responded In a brief political speech In which be compared the re publican and democratic administra tions and emphasized the need of re trenchment and reform In the affairs of the Federal Governmect THE Chicago butchers strike proven to be the worst failure on reI cord The men have lost 85000000 t wages elnce It began and their places besides so they will onlv be taken back as Individuals as their services may be I needed Not a single point was gained by the men who If they get work at tiall will get It at lower wages The Butchers Union evidently needs a head SENATOR JAMES B MCCREARY pre diets democratic success at the polls In November claiming that the bulk of the Independent vote will be cast for1 i Judge Parker Prominent democrats 1 of New York and New Jersey Iray those two States will be found In the demo cratic column- r LOUISVILLE is growing rapidly now Last week she had 101 births and only 66 deaths The Falls City will soon be as large all Brer Campbell thinks Somerset is OUR model young governor will do- d eomegoqd campaign work this tall HIsI clarion voice will be he heard from many stumps In Kentucky To the Democrats of Lincoln County 1 am a candidate for the democratic nomlnatton for the otlice of judge of the Lincoln county court I think I maybe allowed to say that previous expeZ 3 rlence In this line of public duty will be accepted by you as some evidence of reasonable fitness for this station JAS P BAILEY 4 POLITICAL John Sharp Williams announces that he will makp a speech In Louisville In October Editor R D Thornbury of the Leba inonFalcon has announced hla candid acy to represent Marlon county In the next Legislature 1The Regular republicans of Dela ware have declined the proffer of the Addlcki faction for harmony and a single republican State ticket Tho democrats of Wyoming nave nominated John E Osborne for Gov ernor Utah democrats have norolna ted James H Moyle for GovernorI It is probable that Judge Parker will H take up a temporary residence In New York City In order that he may be In closer touch with the party leaders Latest estimates of the cost of con Btrncting the Isthmian canal are 8145 000000 and Admiral Walker thinks that It will require eight years to com A plete the work a z c Senator McCreary has made the fol lowing appointments to speak At Car rollton on Monday September 19 Harrodsbarg on Saturday September 24 at New Castle on Monday October 3 Leading Democrats of New Yor claim that Judge Parker will carry the State by from 30000 to 40000 votes They point out that harmony prevails among the Democrats while the Republican factions are at war Hon R W Miller the popular ao eloquent young chairman of the Madl son County Democratic Committee was today declared without opposition for the second Lima the nominee of his party for the Legislature says the Richmond Register Information comes from Frankfort that Judge Cantrlll acting on the ad preeldeIcircuit court Gov Beckham at one named the Hon John D Carroll of Henry county to act as special judge during the term The republicans of Garrard In con ventlon to send delegates to the Con gresslonal convention at Nlcholasvllle i split and held separate conventions The antiBradley forces led by Capt Wm Herndon made a good showing almost completely composed of white men the Bradley men were 90 per cent Negroes Little Interest was manifested In the county mass Republican conventions held In the Eighth and Ninth districts Saturday to select delegates to district conventions at Nicholasvllle Wednesday and Cyntblana today to nominate candidates for Congress Seven of th 10 counties In the Eighth district In1 structed for Nelson D Miles of Jes samine county who will be nominated As there was no announced candidate In the Ninth dstrlct most of the delo gatlona were sent uninstructed President Roosevelts formal letter of acceptance of the Republican nom nation for the presidency has been IB sued to the public It Is an exhaustive defense of the record of the Republl can administration More space is de voted to the tariff and the Philippines than to other Issues of the campaign In the concluding paragraph of hl letter ho asserts that there Is not policy foreign or domestic which ware 6 now carrying out which It would not bfl disastrous to reverse or abandon ADDITIONAL LOCAL THE Graded School opened yesterday with 209 pupils I FOR SALEbarrels lime at 75c per barrel E T Pence S Co WANTEDA woman to do cooking etc Will pay 12 per week Mrs J C Horton Preachersvllle Ky AFTER this the I J will be printed on Tuesday and Friday after noons instead of the mornings of those days as at present A IIARN on C R Brauners farm not far from Jumbo burned together with a large number of tobacco sticks He thluka It the work of an incendiary MR ASHHY M WARREN of Mobile Ala Is here with his parents and friends who are delighted to see him looking so wen Ho Is greatly pleased with his Southern home No OILMayor A B Florence who Is drilling for oil In Cumberland County was here a few days resting up and attending to his official duties He has only drilled one well and in that one failed to find the greasy fluid Miss MARGARET INOELS of Paris who has been selected as a campaign speaker by Thomas Taggart and who has been making her home In LazingSton for the peel month left New York where she will complete the Itinerary of her speech making tour She will begin her work about the third week of September bile Ingela is fairly well known in this etc flea where she has taken part In a number of entertainment MATRIMONIAL friendablp In the counties In which they live invitations will not be sent to either Casey or Lincoln to the marriage ofI IeMr Charles F Montgomery to Miss Mary Carpenter at Hustonvlllo Sept 28tb but a general invitation Is ex tended the friends of the exceedingly popular pair bro1An action has at Cov ington to test the constitutionality o tbbnew law passed by the last Legit lature which requires all registered voters to have and present a certificate of registration before they can vote Two firemen were probably fatally hurt nine buildings were destroyed fire0 Republicae1888 hoe declared for Parker for Pres IdentA of survey has recommended the construction of new marine bar racks at Mare Island to cost 1400000 BRING or send us your prescription and we will give thorough and accu rate work Our prices are reasonable and in accordance with the skill and material required Peony Drug Store Stanford Ky 7e8 REPORT OF THE CONDITION THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFOR- De the Suit of KeatKkr at the ctee of tmtiecM 11eRESOURCESI 11551 55 adfrettluu on U S Bomli sCI 1155lknking Q 00 esooDueUTe Agenra 6N7 11 IfDnIntnntliu 70SoteiolFractional paper currency nwkib ami ajLawmlspecie ft f a 71apercent of circulation 1MO 00 Duelcom5uteotKeamskye 10ICapital iioch = oo W 00UndlYlded IINational JIDue21CertlBeaobccktTtal nuiim M WBA9S JO STATE Countr OF KENTUCKYU winedhank beliefdayofCorreetAtlea J H HOCKMB J JI Datnarax TI HILL Director No 1417 REPORT OF THE CONDITION oPTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HU8TONVILLE In tb State of Kentucky at the dote of business sept 6th 100- 1RESOURCES ISOverdnftiWBankingDue Irora National Banks not He 91DusDue from approves reserve agent SOWI II 7NoteFractional paper currency nickel ant InLawful00Redemption5 per cent of circulation Orb 00 Total 3ZI0618 8IJ LIABILITIES GOSurpluUndivided prODtJ Ie upDle anc UNationalVOIndividual I Total 2105711 81 j 1NTUCKVjCOUDt w 1 J W Mocker eaihler of the above named elatementIssworntobsfoetmCathIsIlathday 19ktCorrectAttestT J It0nt each n1ectorlJ l I FOR SALE Thoroughbred mack Bvrkhlre brgal Soathdown and high grade cheep of both sexes John Stcole Carpenter IlostonYlle Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky 0Bcovr UeSoUrU Drnt Star la Ibt Onbr- f UolWlnt Farm For Sale I i On account of Illhealth I dolts to tell privately my farm of 170 arm located In edge ot lIuitonTtlle Good Improvement fruit never falling water sell as whole or divide Small haute on lower part O IL HARNKTT- Huitonvlllc Ky Dripping Springs Spoors Fisher Mgr A delightful Bummer resort Splendid table reasonable rates best water In the country Write for particular ImtofUce Dripping Spring Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary It open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con saltation Hoard and nursing ihall be oath tn advance weekly and monthly Profet local bill due when terrieri are rendered and must OO paid promptly IE D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford jniaway saloon I COOD RICE Prors fluent wlnei whisky and bran Special wholesale denier Lexington famous Illue Orate Beer Gate keg and bottlod U Brent Bouthwood mixer Phone 81 Stan ford Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I laving been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I 1 represent one of the best tailoring forms In the country With my experience inI taking measures end tllrlCtons I your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line wilt bear me out My prices are the samo as inex businessta and other auitlngb I will cut and make if- you dcairo at a moderate price Thanking you for past favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbId hunting lulling or any kind of tree passing on our places and will roeeoute violator to the full extent of the Taw J A Bpoonaraore T M Holmej n F Nowland J11 OamenUch Peter Dalmer W n Johnson Mrs Mary Givens David Stephens James M White and wife Carson flL P Hawkins tin Mary E Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A H Root Sam Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T WllUon Charles Ensslln J H McAllster Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbach Bros Fred VonQruonlgan Albert VonQraenlgan Fred VonAlltnan Fred Ilaumann Stanford Granite Marble Co INCOlHOItATKU 1 h now prepared to furnish granite and marble monuments markers tablets etc from our own Lincoln county atone recently discovered the analysis of which proves It to be of the finest quality This stone Is In several colors We can also furnish standard material from any other quarries In the world Phone main office 88 H JJoono pres Stanford Ky or T J Tuter branch outer McKlnney P II i I i EVERYTHING In the way of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Can be found at PENNYS DRUG STORE Ky BaPgaiflStorol Having rented the vacant Portman StoreJ Room of Mr William Severance I will ar rive next with a large and complete assortment of Clothing Dry Goods Notions Etc and respectfully ask the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties to call and in spect these goods Se tSTANFORD Miss K e The last restlno of your departed ones by tho erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and the beat material pv and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and KentuckyLetteringNone None cheaper WM ADAMS SL SON Lexington Ky TO THE FARMERS I This is tho proper season to put upeWOVEN WIRE FENCE Wo THE AMERICAN tho best matte Calland see us before buying your fence W E Perkins The Calvert Willie Ilockor Proprietress 3641 Finney AYE St Louis Stanford week place artlstlcdeslgn better sell Crab Orchnrdis R A JONES II DENTIST t Stanford t KyI Ir1 f I I y = ivmi i iiyijii YOU CANT GO TO SCHOOLr Without School Shoes If you want to havea well dressed foot come to us Prices Ito suit any purse Lasts and styles to suit any feet 1 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 t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TANFOIID KY apt 13 1901 t llPORK you have your Pall painting remember that ws bave a very line of Motile Ready Mixed ID and atlc you to see oar list of colon Price tl A per gallon Drag Store PERSONALS0 MRS J C nORTON has been qulto 111 UTTLH Sarah Darter Uandlov Ie Ne Itloir In Louisville MR A A WAHUBN of Mtddlesboro l where yesterday W W SAw DHRA left Sunday for St IJ Leah to attend tbo lair JIM DOM NKWLAND vltUed relatives J ID Meroer county last week MlBSKilllA BUTT of MUlUtlppI It t to guest of Mr A M nunn R W UOCKHII and wife of Kaniai City are with Mr J 8 Rocker 4 MI88 SALLIE KINO bat returned from a two weeks stay at Grab Orchard MKH J T BiNUAUAN has returned i fro a Phil to relatives at Danville MM JI IUBD of Loulivllle In with hw tberMM Maltle White MR AMD MRS 8iu WOHTHAM are with LaMaiter blends and relative I MR T II SMILEY and wife of Lex Uctoa were gusts at Mr T D Ran ey MISS ARBTH98A MOALlSTHIl U with friends In Payetle and Jettamlno coun I ties MlBB DORA STRAOir li In the oily styles hwylog stood and gatohtng on to now MISS Pax COKBNDOLPHBRot Bloom teJd was a Risen at Mr M S Baugh i ani MR WILL HIONBY bn moved his family to town to get advantage of the MbooliMnseRB W n KINNAIRD and Motet OIlIer two of Lancaster oldest oitl neat are very III MR T J NORTH and sisters Mlrtet 6ae and Anna North are attending tie World Pair MHB Wu CORUiBit and little ion t petit several days with relative at Lebanon Junction IlIt W J DoaUIR order his paper from Lawreoteburjr to W II t llamitown Urant county ADIT n ROWAN SAUKLKY of this t ottce U with Second Kentucky Real t ment at the Worlds Fair Mit TIIOB WALKER and sister MU Mabodlne Walker of Louisville wore guests of the Mltio Feland j Mitt J 0 McObARY of Stanford was the guest of her son Mr R C Saul ey Richmond Register I HOWARD CAKRIKR who has been with Mr and Mss J T Blnpaman re turned to Nashville Saturday MBBUAUBS MiLtiRBU BBAILBY and V W S Deatler and ton William of Laneattor have been with Mr W W Heys MISS SADIE STAOO of Stanford who has boon vUHlng Mrs 8 P Stall ro turned home ye tcrday Lexington DemocratS has rooted the cot k tags soon to bo vacated by H D Hoi derraan and will move his family to It the Ort of the month MIBSR8 DAISY AND BLANOIIE VAN DEVHEU are In Loulivlllo buying their Fall millinery and catching on to the latest styles In trimming DiiS B J BitoWN and A S Price left yesterday for St Loul to attend the American OtetotrloM and Oynaoo A ioclatlon taeollng 1 1logical II LEN L THURMOND le teach School TheBurnildeOradedleg Intho trustees of that institution aro to bo congratulated on eecurlng such an able and popular teacher MRS J 0 SWOiB ha returned from 1 Crab Orchard Springs accompanied by Mrs W D Lynam and Mill Virginia Lvnam of Louisville who will be her guests for a few days t Miss STELLA MCCLARY will bo one of the bridesmaids at tbo wedding o I of Mr OI Mies Sue Smith sister Smith woll known hero at Plat Lick Wednesday The prospective groom i U Mr Klncald of Knoxvllle MR JOSEPH FARMER and eon John Farmer and family of McLean III I I old friends The oldflrtFarmer Um Dink with 5Irlenda a hete of their boyhood dayeI I I NEW DRESS GOODS SEVERA1fCE SONsrrANFORDA ROY hoe arrived at Ruitoli DII llona MANLRY ALHRIOKT of Brodbead attended oourt here yesterday MRS W P WALNON and children returned to Lexington yesterday ROIIRRT BLKIN of Lancaster is with the family of Mr 0 P Huffman MRS L A WOODS and lOll John of Covlngton are with Mr and Mrs W B GoodW WlTHBRB and F S MoOlary left this morning for St Louis to take la tho big fair JOHN F Iau MAN hat gone to Cat lettiburg to tee hi wife who le therewith her mother and h quite III N DWELL COFFEY who has been In Porto Rica for the past eight yean is with hi father Mr A 0 Coffey MRS KATE JOUNSON and children of Danville and fits LIllie May Johnson of Lexington are with Miss Alice Bcasley MISS MADDIE M LAWRBNOK who has been to 111 of typhoid fever U eon valescing under the splendid nursing of Mu Sabra McClure MlSSBS JOSBIMIINE ClIAMUHHS orI Mississippi Katherine Walker of PerI ryvllle sod Gregory of Springfield spent several dav with the Mlibo Fe landMR JOliN P JONES the merchant will go to Cincinnati Chicago and St Louli to buy the biggest line of notions and novelties ever brought to this part of the State MB6SRS B F ROACH Samuel and John L Fonytbe and W W Stephen ton ot Harrodibanr and 0 C Fox of Danville were here Saturday In a case of bankruptcy LOCALS New homemade sorghum at W H Higgins WANTED white forn Invalid Mrs Hugh Reid Stanford BOYS knee cord pants extra heavy Tile quality go for ISo Grand Leader I DBBIRB to buy 100000 pound No1 timothy hay Elmer B Deoham Rowland Ky 2t FAIUIHRB Stotlc your while the roads are good J H Baughman kCo WANTHDWblte cook At tho Joseph Price Hospital Single woman Good pay NaRD a good school suit for the boJf Wo can suit you and save you 50 per coot Grand Loader LOST a oheoS book containing a government cheek for 102 and a few cents J T Short Yosemite Ky TUB Lexington Colored Fair begun yesterday The railroads are Riving the usual low rates on account of It WANTHD a gendworkhand by month or year Small family prefer red David Spoonamore ned ovllle 2t LOST grey ia sack coat In pockets were nose glasses and pair of brown kid gloves W D Kennedy Stanford V FARM SOLDMat Atkins sold to a Mr James of Harrodsburg hi Satin near Highland for 11200 and a flock of sheep tor HfiO J B CAMKNISCH our onterprlilng dairyman la building an 80 ton ello This will enable him to give his cow green food everyday In the year THE ladles J theChristian church will give an exchange Satur day week 24th the proceeds to go to furnishing lights bribe church SATUTDAY uap21ie the last day for filing claims against Lincoln county for tho October term which begins Oct 4 Goo B Cooper county clerk e TUB Monticello fair was a glittering success The gate receipts amounted to over 13000 and the show of stock and race wore splendid Good order prevailed throughout andtNashvlllo division of tho L ft N at Owensboro has been transferred to Mobile Ala where bo succeeds G J Santacruz resigned SOMERSET is growing so feet that its population Is beginning to spread out lover vacant lota Journal The woodchucks remark Is to order JDH ergot hasnt grown over 100 In popula lion In the last 10 year To FARMnRSUnless you expect toIpay for tbo sacks you have of ours will please return them at once J Baugbman Co I HAVB opened my coal yards at the depot and am prepared to furnish all grades of coal at the lowest possible price R E L Sims TUB probating of Mr Ed T Carters will was the only thing done In court yesterday It was the dullest court In year as far as business In the courthouse Is concerned A good crowd was present sod the merchants fared well J Miss LBLIA CARTER a graduate ofI the Commercial College of Kentucky University will Instruct a class In soorthand beginning Sept 10 Those desiring to enter tba class may lee Ml Carter at the Graded School building or address her at Stanford after the above date Rate reasona ble TUB Tenth Convention of the O W B M met at Stanford In the Christian ohuroh Sept 8 Tbo services opened with the doxology Mrs Mills conducted the devotional period Jems Keep Me Near the Cross was sung Mrs Mill read Psalm OS and led In prayer We then tang Will You Not Toll It Today Mrs Leila Cook gave the welcome address wbleh was responded to by Mrs Emma KaulTman He Leadelh Me was sung Reports were then made from the various sax Illarles and Mr Jennie Carpenter gave a report ot the district work After which Come We Who Love the Lord was sung Tbo various commit tees wero appointed which are as fol lows Nominating Committee Mes dames Win Severance and Garrison and Misses Salllo Klltln and Ann De Jarnetle Committee on Plans of Work Mesdames Robert E McRoberle I ilea Blalo and Alice Cloyd and Mitt Edna Sallee Committee on Time and Place Mesdames Robinson G B Turley V B Morse and A E Gibbons Committee on Tiding and Junior Builder Mosdaraes Permella Brown and Helen Crow and Miss Angle Carpenter Thl was followed by a consecration tong Interspersed with three talks first was made by Mr Ella Blaln second by Mrs Robert Elkln third was to have been by Mrs Simmons but she was not present and her paper was read by Miss DoJarnett Mrs Helen Crow read a paper entitled Throw Away Your Crutches One verse of I am Thine O Lord was sung Bro Tinder gave a talk on now to Accomplish Perfect Cooperation Mrs II K Bourne talked on That Five Cents a Month Ono verso of 444 was sung after which the meeting woe adjourned Afternoon session opined by all singing All Hall the Power of Jesus Namo Tho de votional exercises were conducted by Mlsn Susan VanArsdalo The first chapter of John was read Mrs Garrison led In prayer after which 83d was sung We then had talks from the presidents of the different auxiliaries The subject being plans for successful auxiliary the first who spoke was Miss Ann DoJarnottc of Richmond second Miss Salllo Elkln of Lancaster third Mu Wm Severance ot Stanford Mrs Mill of Hustonvllle Mrs H Kirby Bourne of New Castle read a letter prom Miss Frost of India Nominating Committee appointed Mrs Jennie Car center district manager Miss Salllo Elkln manager of Garrard county Mrs Wm Severance manager of Lin colD county Miss Edna Sail eo manager ot Boyle county Mrl N B Deather ago manager of Madison county Com mlttco on Time and Place desldcd to have the next district convention the last Thursday In August at Danvlllo Committee on Plane of Work decided to try harder to get 150 subscribers for theTldlngs 400 women enlisted In our work and to raise 91500 Then Jesus Save was sung Mr Walden pro sided over the children work Miss Blanche Barnett recited a pleco eats tled Were You a Mlto Box Mrs Garrison read a paper on the Moth Its Duty to the Children Mrs GIb- bon told UK of tho auxiliarys duty to the children Bro Mills told what he considered the childrens duty to be Mr Walden spoke on the superintend mots duty to the children Mr Yan cey offered a prayer that more ladle would bo willing to lead the children One verso of Jesus For Me wassung 9ueUoDIIn HazellGreeD GEORUB BARNES WBARBK has been appointed carrier for Rural Route No 3 from Stanford A C Alfcrd was se lected substitute Wit are In position to sell you a schooler dress suit for your boy at one half Its legitimate value Big line to select from Grand Leader WB are glad to etthat repor that Rev R B Mabony would leave Stanford Is untrue He has too many friends and admirers here to bid fare well TUB Election Commission bat chosen J A Cheek In place of J A Qulsenbery In Boyle and James I Hamilton Instead of John Ballard In Garrard AT the republican convention here Saturday Mr W R Williams wae mado chairman and K D Noake secre tary The delegates were Instructed to vote for N D Mlles w ALL candidates for county ofllcea are requested to meet at my oOlco next Saturday 17th to consider the time and method ot making nominations James F Beldam chairman A FISTICUFF between Walter Warren and Sim Perkins varied the monotony of court day proceedings yesterday Neither was as badly hurt as John C Pepples who aislsted In separating them He caught a severe blow on the cheek o TUB District Meeting of the We mans Foreign Missionary Society will convene at the Methodist church hero Oct 4 and 5 A cordial Invitation Is extended to everyone especially to the missionary societies of other churches Mr Adelia Wood cor secy NEW STORE On Saturday Sept 24 the storeroom next to the Lincoln Co National Bank will be opened with a complete line of dry goods clothing shoes furnishing goods etc We In vile examination of our stock whlcl was bought direct from the factories and wo will be able to sell at remarka bly low prices Sim Robinson Prop BAILBY A card from Judge James P Bailey announcing his candidacy for ro nomination as county Judge will be found in this Issue The announce meet will be balled with delight bj friends of the judgo from all sections of the county who realize In him eplen did material for the high office be again seeks to fill That be has made a splendid judge all will agree and eel tat I y there are none who dispute eith er his democracy or splendid citizen ship The old judge Is a great clAm paigner and the man who defeats him will have to get up mighty early these delightful tall mornings A boy In New York shot grandmoth or and himself because be had beer centured for keeping late hours To Wheat Raisers I We will store la our warehouse and eleva tor also handle and take proper care ot- your wheat FRBB OF OlIAltOE until Dec 1 1001 W further astree to pay for the tame the price delivered F O H nt More land Station from the commission mer chants of dnclnnttl O D M LUIS t SON Hustonvllle No 5132 REPORT OK CONDITION OF TilE Lincoln County National Bank OF STUaOltD XY At the close ol Uuilnea Sept 8 lOOt RKSOUKCES Loan aed DllOOuol2OO717 K- OTenlnfti wcute1 and Ureol IS9M M U S lloud to nerure circulation 0000 00 stock Mcurtllei etc tanking house lurntlur and Bxturei 3500 00 Vile from National flank not Reserve Agnt sla el Due from Slit llauka and flanker Out from apjirorel reetre agcnti 9JW9 M other b Herat W7 71 NoleeofotherNstlona114mka 31000 PnrtioMl paper urreney and rent 8 M Awful Reervo In hank TII eelefl O 00 galtenller nolw 800 00 12010 00 ReJe lr s U 8 Trwr I per- oent circulation 2iOO 00 Tot1 Ota LIAUtUTIKS Capital stock llns60000 00 fund 10000 00 linllhilled IrolllIlewexpensesand tax 2048 2r- alionalitsnkNotes e outstanding 60000 00 Pus to other llauks 4911 011 Due to State Hanks and Hankers 218 1- 4IndlTldual subject to thock 1791M II Notes and bills discounted Total72e0r150 10 STATE OK KBSTUCKV County of IlneolnasI John II flb1fr or the atore named Hank do wlenvnly swear that tbe Mwte sUteiutni I I true to the best nrmr t114dLEtlkshbrS- ubecribed J II and sworn to before me thta rday ICIOIllUrf8 N Co o I Sept tOVl J J IJZfrggglV Directors ThIS MEANS MOY TO YOU I- tsaaalsesae We propose announcing each week from now until Jan 1st a sale of merchandise at cost price for one week only Watch this space and whatever you see advertised for the weekcome and you will find that entire line 1 offered to you as above stated Dont be skeptical We back our advertisements 1 Look Out for Tuesdays Offer 1 tssssars iI John P Jones THIS IS SCHOOL WEEK At our Store and n trout it will bo for tho boys Things to- E C in every Department Clothes to try on and a Souvenir for nil who payUi a visit Wo can fit them out with everything they need for three months to eonio from gOOfIervieenble SCHOOL SHOES STOCKINGS CAPS ETC to a stilt ef PERFECTION CLOTHING Boys come to see u eataaasssir CUMfIINS MCLARY I fli 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 direct H J McROBBR TS Stanford Kentucky 1 i i THE JNTEHIOIUOURNAL t Mntered n the pottoffice at Stanford at tticndClati matter ssbliehd rudwy xad 3izid4 AT 81 PERYEAR CASH M Whnnol lopildaaoo will biebmtd 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION UTralAlollIlNonbM lMp m 2110 a m 028 it South 12 17 I2Sa USS p No 23II NEW LIVERY STABLE- s w BtnntE I smlrQrI JUNCTION CITY KY teeFUSpecial Attention to + Drain and nay For Sole t J H BOONE t CO FPropriotorsLIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Livery Service at Reasonable Rates IGood us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Jesse W Sweeney rnorRiKTon Livery Food and Salo Statto Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up tot date rigs at reasonable rates PaJl Traylor DIALER IS Wulskn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc 1 rOarpt OpotSTANFORD KYI sal poUtattention Nothing but the be s 1PromptMall pbone u oritn receive promptanenuoeTO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new matting oil shades lace curtains cloth4rage pictures frames screens posse partolst doom glass tables chairs safes wardrobes conches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machines wring en wall paper carpet paper trunks telescopes carnage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc fH PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY 1LUTES BOONE 8 CO I Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky At persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us we have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms t for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you eslro to sell It In our hands Office at Boones Livery Stable Stanford Ky II RB Muttony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners in counties of Boyle Uncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against tire Lightning I and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLIne Com and the low guaranteedIStanford BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRYMEDICINE Stock and poultry have few troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medi is a bowel and liver remedy i for stock It puts the organs of in a perfect condition andjf healthy by giving an occasion dose of UlackDraupht Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser may buya 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine vigorousIally keep BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine yours does not send 25 cents for n sample can to the manufacturers The- g Chattanoojra Medicine Co Chat tanooga nooiinUJt GA Jan 30 1901 nUokDranght Stock and Poultry Medicine Is the best I ever tried Our stock was looking bad when you sent me the medicine and now they are getting so one They are looking 20 percent betterS P BBOOKINOTON i H c PARKERS HAIR BALSAM haltIrmcetsever Palts to IIMtora Oran Colorcurest IGG GILBERT Ot Shelby It a cjnjklitj for Congress subject to th action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is a anlUate for foJee of the Uncoki County Ceurl subject to the action of lie denecrtttc party THOMAS D NEWALND SR lublcIIeGEORGE W DeBORD subjecmT JEFF HILL SR subjecIt JESSE C LYNN subjectIsSAMUEL M OWENS lublctIDINK FARMER IIa candUat a for Jailer of Uncsta CMaty sawed to Us idles of Uw Deoocratk party JAMES C HAY- SI a candidate frJaler subject to the attton of lb limocraflc party W I HERRIN Is a candidate tar Jaler subject to 190 aetten f tin liBKraNc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate Vet Superintendent of IMWk School sf Lincoln County subject to the settee of the detao iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuNk School- of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is a undUate for reelection for Ssperintendent 0 r PuWtc Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln ceunty tug ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN eauntysuJect EMMETT MCORMACK ts a candidate for Assessor of Llnceln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Aunty sub ectto Ux action of the democratic patty E D KENNE Y suWeettoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JA- Il ac ndUat for county attoratyof Lincoln ewiysubject to taeacnon of tile deoocraUc party R 1 HUBBLE- Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the notnhuUon for State Senator In this district subject to tM actten of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congress subject to Ihe action of the Prohibition par- tySEED FOR SALE Blue Grass Seed and Seed Rye for sale L 0 Dnnn Mt Salem Ky J L Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ILSODIIL- IIIIIFurniture5IattIn28Rugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right OTANFOBD KENTUOKY J+ G+ cGL MY UNDEavr AEEItrI EMBALMER And DoalearIn EENESS SADDLEBY ftp Stanford Ky rC LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Dan Patch went tho Milwaukee track In 203 John Smith sold a mule colt for SOT 50 yelterdayI afterIIline Hubbard sold to Montlo Fox a pair of tworearold mule for 1900 I want to buy fatbutcnercatile 800 t 1200 pounds Box 24 Moreland Ky FOR SALE 60 bushels ot seed rye Mattlo B Hewea Turner fllle Ky 4t W Q Yancey told to Dan Kelley hli 214 aero farm near Springfield atI ItO PE Shlvell of Rockcaitle sold tot M S Baughman two mule colts for S145 lion J S Owsley Sr has told to R Matbeny 250 acres of bis large far at It5 Preston Deck of Garrard bought 1551toCharlie Lutes bought of Selby I Williams of Russell 10 heifer and cows at 12 86 E R Davit sold to L A Davis tbo best suckling mule colt In Jessamine county for 8100 Wheat drill with fertilizer attach meat good aa new for sale W 0 Shanks Stanford IW M Morgan of Garrard bought a horse for 8100 and two mule colts for 8180 hero yesterday- M E Prultt ot Moreland has bought the great boar Topper Boy and Is standing him at tl R L Bubble bought of Carson Cover 15 mules for 81500 He also bought lone from Taylor Houe for 1136 Miss Black Glvens sold to Sidney Dunbar a mule colt by Scudders Jack for 8100 C Bishop sold a mule colt 93aWANTKDTo buy 50 good fat hors es Will be at Hustonvllle Thursday Sept 15 Bring In your horse Jordan Prince Alert broke the pacing ie cord for geldings going the mile at the State fair track at Syracuse j YI In 1SOJ Two 100 pound hogs one a gilt the other a barrow come to my place three weeks ago Owner can get them by I paying for this notice and their keep- J H Smith Stanford At the sale of Shorthorn cattle held at the Minnesota State Fair at Hamlln tail week 54 head sold for 110204 aver aging 1100 The top price for females was 8450 and for bulls 1250 In th sale of Herefords al same place 40 fe males averaged 1117 00 and 16 bulls averaged 80906 General average of 66 animals sold 11150 CHURCH MATTERS Rev R R Noel Is holding a meeting at Brodhead Rev O M Buey will preach at Mt Xenla Sunday afternoon al 3 oclock Eld O P McMahon Is holdlngan In teresting meeting at the Christian church at Somerset The Central German Conference of the Methodist Church will begin In Louisville Wednesday The annual conference of the Melho diet Church North of Kentucky vll be held at Barbourvllle four days be ginning Sept 20 Elder J U Livingston closed bill weeks meeting at Sopera Sunday with 12 additions He was assisted In the meeting by Rev A J Daugberly Rev O M Huey meeting at Hayes vllle la progressing nicely Large crowds are hearing his every sermon and great good la being accomplished Rev H R Mills soa In law of Mr John H Bright of this place has ro colved orders to proceed to the beautl ful little city of Walla Walla Wash and take charge of the Methodist church at that place at a salary of 8000 News has been received In Philadelphia of the death to France of the Rev Dr George C Lorlmer a noted Baptist minister He was educated at Georgetown College and was once pee tor of the Walnutsireel Baptist church In Louisville besides filling other pas torates In Kentucky KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH Hyomel Goes to the Root of the Disease and Makes Aston ishing Cures Catarrh cannot be cured by the use of pills liquid medicines and socalled eye tem tonics Under such treatment the germs of the disease will still live In the air passages and increase and multiply Hyomei is the only scientific and thor ough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs In the air passages it enters the blood with the oxygen destroys tho ml crobes In the blood and effectually drives from the system all traces ofcatarrhal poison Probably tho strongest evidence that can bo offered as to the powers of Hyo mel to cute catarrh is the fact that Penny will agree to refund the money if you say Hyomei has not cured you ThecompleleIfyomeioutfit costs but 1 and corselets of an inhaler that can beI carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The a Inhaler lasts a lifetime and If one bottle r does not cure an extra bottle of Ilyomet can bo obtained for CO CentseMidshipman Guy O Freeman of Ii theNavalAcademy I t I To Our Patrons I I Alter assuming the office of manager of the Stanford Water Light Ice Co I hdrantsIIout of gear to repair same at one or I unllo1 repaired patrons D have sprinkling privileges are earnestly requested to use the water only in front of their property ladnot outsiders a1 that Is absolutely necessary but the water contracted for with the Company is for the purpose of making mud holes an- i suchlike If any person is found violat ing those rules I will be forced to cut the water ofl thme ater and regulations as follows All water and I light rents mutt be paid quarterly in advance on the lit day of January April July and October Per willful or unreasona ble waste of water the supply of water will be stopped No doe 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 as necessary waste of water The Company agrees to tarnish water for a certain sped tied use for a certain SUM persons aainc water for any other pwrpose titan that eta ted in receipt will be leqaired to pay price for water tarnished Free aeoeea all pipes and Aatarea must be had tor es aratoaion by the Manager of Cowpanr For the violation at any of theaboverule or nonpayosmt of lest the company re serves the right to tarn off the water with oat notice An Ordinance pasted by the City Coun oil mrkea it a fine of Ave dollars to hitch a hone or other animal to aay sire plug o hydrant All persons knowing theelyes indebt illseCo to July i 1901 water are requested to liquidate their account at once as the Company needs the money IL will be at Pennys Drug Store every da between 9 and 10 oclock A M to receive your water and light rent Be F ROUT Manager Stanford Water Light A lee Co To tbe Worlds Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information addreI W C Rloearsoo G P A Cincinnati LexingtoneKy UMBRELLAS Keoorered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I san Bz your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lets money Give me a FKANK Mateo Stanford FOR SALE I A small bluetroll farm new bovie with lens rooms all neceMary outbuildings hlllhIrllle Ise le count Ky For particulars address or can on J A Rice Marksburr orb R Hlce Danville Ky For Sale Privately Uy haws and II acre of land situated just outside ot town limits on the Somerset pike louse has T room kitchen and set cants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one for stock J P I1MLFV IRON FENCECHEAPER THKN WOOD ACOSI neAgtSTA- NFORD KY PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my roil denee three mile South of Hustonvllle on the Ilustonvllle k Liberty pike on FIUIIAY SEPT M IMI I The following property consisting of hors es cattle bogs arming Implements house hold mind Terms made known on day of sale Stile to begin at It A M sharp OEO W IllHE lilt- lIullollwllle Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial FOR SALE Ten acres of land a twotory front seven room cottage The house Is new A spin did garden orchard There II a large on the place a good crusher and Is In good repair and tho natural power la great economy In running tbo mill splendid business In In good- epair has all necessary outhuUdlnl- The owner only reason sellingIs the- rush of other business ns ho hal extensive interests to look otter This rty Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 mU1I from Stan fOld and can be bought at a for further particulars address SO Thurmond or L RlICONfa Stanford Ky o = II I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Directors j D Paxton J n lle 8 n Shanks W O Walker Ceo W Carter 1d II Foster O Ooooh WI Cummins W M nubbled I Successors to The Farmer Bank rte Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneBolal First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000i This Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank ot Stanford In lisa then veer a lred as the National flank of Stanford ta 1565 and again reorganized al the First National Bntk of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for O years ills better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before la It long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor Dpotations Solicited WEARENAllt Directors l IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery rGermany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us of the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a short time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates 125 and give you set Tumblers GEORGE H HARRIS COD Stanford Kentucky C R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Proaduce C R McCormack Hustonville BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Depot Street StANFonn KY Special attention to Commercial bfe Your patronage it solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection e BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I laving decided to quit the buggy boil news I will sell for the next M days at cat I for cash a ear load of Surreys Phaetons and Hnektxutrds also a lot of Harness They are all the latest style and best make Part of the vehicle are rub ber tired Come to see me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone CURTIS COVER OrabOrchard Ky FARM FOR SALE I Nice little farm for tale on Danville and Stanford pike ZX miles from Stanford con taming Jo acre of land Good orch ard of two acres with a splendid variety o fruit tree hood cistern and never htllng sprlcg Locust post enough to fence a aoo scre farm bee four room kitchen bock Necessary outbuildings Rtc Call on or address WI Uawson Stanford CHAS JOHNSON LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smlloy Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Reasonable Can nod see me atltosldenco Produce Wanted I egKIhenli be convinced ut II II Northootls Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I hfadlnglumberprice ut Moreland D H 0 ieyton Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In BuildingMAIN KentuckyKoaldcnce SAVE MONEY I buying coal eurly We havo just re ceived 36 Dan coal and will suit ate reduced cheaperthanKINO S COX Kv = o Officers B n President J B OWSLKT Cubist W M niUOHT Asst Okshtsr Officers J B HOOKER Frtst BT lUMRi V Ires J J MoRonURTS Ohr W n Ohr v Reid Danvllle B T Harris Stanford J 8 liNker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Wmere Stanford 811 Bauehaan Stanford T P HIM Stanford Jas Hobble J It BauchBiaa Stanford J M lettue Stanford B4 Outer Stantord a in to fer to l for one a Haggle young House Ihooo norland SHANKS ReWnsoo Have Your Buggy Painted Itwllleoityoeealyfl luetb beet f ework and varnishes and Itaualllt nv to be flrttclaw Gall at shop on SOB er et street and ee specimen of lilY work cheapn1 LAND FOR SALE Fagleelan 4 IMI eNDY court day tell at public out style frenter the court Please door In SUB Ual1In t J n IAXTON FOR SALE I t The wellknown Old Port Iharmaev To drugstoreIs going West Nearest competitor Is three squaresWest theIarrt I VIOLD FORT fHAHMAOV Ixnilivlll PtytN B Cor Shelby do Mulberry 8U I Only 10Ot Daily 8 Sundayl Democrat For Three Months v This will cover theJPresidential Cam paign which promises to be one of the I most exciting in hisftory Subscribe NOWf and get all the NEWS Wa P WALTON K JrThewill gladly take orders J for this great offerbutI I the CASH must invariably accompany the order r- nr