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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1G 1904 8AM NO 58 f UND STOCK CROPS ETC Joe Jordoo will bo here Friday after noon to buy horses S C White sold to Cowan 4 Mo Coriuaclc 30 hogs at He Sloan Rankly bought In Wayne 7t I extra good cattlo at 3o 0 V Hutlmau bought of Charllo t Lutes lo butcher cattle at 3o I want to buy at butcher cattle 800 to 4 100 pounds Box SI Moreland Ky FOR Sate 40 bushels of seed rjo Matte II Hewe Turnorsvlllo Ky It Marloo Sweonoy of Youmlte rained a watermelon that weighed 431 pound The Ueorjre Phelps farm six mile i from Versalllesobangadbendsat136- r Worm and rut have caused widespread daau to the cotton crop In Mississippi Tirodollar wkeat It now predicted Damage to the iprlnjf oflol by bleak rust I reported Wheat drill with fertlllier attach went good ai now for sale W t bhacm Stanford A gentleman who closely obrtrws such iblavt toll us VMMrda that ba could count over 100 earload of hay on the Kioto Lick pike J M Jose a Scott county farmer bat been beld over to the ttodaral Kraod jury at Lexla etoa fir iblppl e ibtep to lift CUeUnKtT ntr ketrThere rime to my place six barro hogs about two week aifO Owner ono get tame by paying for damage done to corn their keep and this notlee Peter i I Balmer To 100 pound hone one a gilt the e other a barrow come to my place three weeks ago Owner can get them by paying for ibis notice and their keep J fl Smith Stanford D N Prewltt bought of T C Han kin SO SH pound bogs at five cent of W P Irvine 47147 pound hogs at five cent and several other bunobe from different parties at the same price Advocate Uarrell Glib S Tobbi of Indlanap oil bought In Montgomery of Josh Owing 160 export auto averaging 1475 pounds at M 26 of Prewltt Bros 130 bead averaging 1400 pounds at 515 Several other bunches were purcbaied at about the tame prices Lexington Democrat THE OCTOPUS Wha Is an Octopus papa That crube people dead A thlcg with awful olovon hoof And bores upon Ui bead or It It something like a Bib That has M tall or On And full of awful suckers that Jut pull the people joy No no roy eon no not at all You tee him every day lie rides about lo dace oars And goes to church to pray Oe always wears the best of clothe And bear ao honored name Youre tbtnkloe of the Devil Fish But they an much tbo tame Tbo mao who grinds the people down In hcartlewnes and greed Who ests the bread that others earn And fattens on their need Who crushes hope from out tbo poor Ltve otT deiplslne ut This Is the modern Devil Fish The real ootOPUITown Toplo Stomach When the quantity of foOt taken it too largo or the quality too rich tour Horn nob ill likely to follow and especially M If the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food MaMicato tho food thoroughly Let five house elapse between meal and when you feel a full fII nass and weight in the region of tho atom iachafterentlngt le ChamberlainsSlcm Tablet and the sour stom tl I Druggists ach may be avoided For inle by all BeMywife bought me a shirt hero yeiterday can I change tt at this coun I terSbeWall1 should say not Your will tied the dreatlng room at tbo end of the aisle What IsUfo JInthe last analysis nobody know but we do know that It It under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain re suits Irregular living means derange resent of the organr resulting In constl patron headache or liver trouble Dr 1KIngs New Life rills quickly rradjj- ueteftide Its gentle yet thorough Only 250 at Penny1 Drug Storo In Peru Is found a singular jllant ca pablo of quelling hunger or thirst for several days It Is named orythoxyolon cocoa The plant appears to narcotize tho nerves of the stomach and suspend the digestive functions without afford tog nutriment Two cigars a day will buy you a I homo In 25 years dcularcs an anti tobacco writer and yet somo persona have smoked six a day and are not able to pay their root facetiously remarks the Louisville Times t 1 a t MIDDLEBURG Rev Owens of MuKlnnoy preached at the Haptltt church Saturday night and Sunday I began 1 tbo cooIductedW G Montgopery An Infant of W P B tcs stuck a sowing needle In tbo muscles of lie back to a depth of an mob and a half making a very painful wound The pocket book lost by J T Short list week and wbleb was advertised In Tuosday I J was found by Jamet- E on before the ad could appear In print n 0 MoWborter has moved lou the Moran cottage which be recently bought of B A Waslev Mr Wesley It ooouprlng qtaritrt In the M E par tenagu Miss Mamie Royalty of Somenal Is visiting relatives here Hon G P twgle of Vlnllla IT after a pleasant visit of several wok to parents nod other relatives left Tuesday for home W G Short while Making loge In the wood recently had the misfortune of having a good horse snagged and which llvaaooly a short while Mr Short bad poly a tew week ago paid 1100 for the horse The writer and better hall returned from Louisville last week and are dom lolled at the burg for the present and we have again entered the arena of the Metropolitan press being on the reportorial stan of nine city dalllc Tbo school at Mlddleburg Normal College is progressing nicely under the able management of Prof J S Lawhoro mod his able assistant Prof Judd The obool deserves tuccctt and warrants the patronage of tbl en tire section Mr Eason Tarrant soldier author sod writer who has contributed many worthy articles to the I J Is lying In a critical condition at his home near Mt Olive this county Be was partially stricken with paralysis a few months ago A largo crowd attended tbo tale of Rev J Q Ferrell Monday and Wed neiday Bro Ferrell and family left for their old home In Larue county much to the regret of their many friends trade during his three year pastorate of the Mlddleburg and Lib erty obnrcbe A drouth U on In this seotiocthe dryett of the snaeoo Late upland corn will barely make provender A sprinkle fell early Wednesday morn lag laying the dust the first In several weeks Green river Is lower than It has been this summer and Is little more than a series of stagnated pools Our people were booked early Tues day morning when the wires brought the tad Intelligence of one of the most ihookin tragedies that has ooourred In our county In many year moan Johnson Elliott a neighboring farmer bjQt and Instantly killed Rev Hardln W Hatter In the woods near Poplar Bill RlUba Glllord grandfather of the writer acid a veteran republican was 82 years old Monday Grandfather cast hie flrt vote for the Great Com money way back In 44 when James K Polk was elected president Ho was a republican from prlnclpo having come from at strong a family of demo crat as oer stamped under a rooster and another redeeming feature ho hat crossed over for many u good democrat when he thought that party bad nomi nated a man more dttaervlog and better fitted for tbo oHlce than the nominee of bis own party Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlains Cough Romody I hnvo sold Chamberlain Cough Rem edy for more tbn 20 years and it has glen entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can recommend It highly Joseph McElhlnoy Llnton Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cdld It always affords quick relief and It pleasant to late For tale by all Druggists CEDAR CHEEK Mr Mark Gains visited relatives In this section Rev W T B White delivered a splendid sermon at Sugar Grovo Sunday There Is Sunday School at Sugar Grove ovary I Sunday afternoon Miss Anna Ware left for Montlcello Thursday The I Youth still continues but wo trust It will rain soon Miss Maud Bowen who has typhoid fever la Improving fire Klglo Manuel Is much bettor but her baby Is still very sick p Better Than a Plaster A pleco of fhnnol dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on tho affected parts is bettor than a plaster for a lame back and for pains in the side or chest Pain Halm has no superior as a liniment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For tale by all Druggists e NEWS NOTES Lieut Gov Thoroo has joined the Elks Ninetyone persons died of lockjaw JulyInext great council of Red Men held In Nashville In Septem ber 100- 5George Uatsler one of the best known athletes ofLonl ylllo died ol typhoid fever AtCyntblana Jake Conner was given a sentence of SI years for the murder of James Robinson An aged Bohemian at Chicago shot and Killed a 10yearold boy who bad been annoying him Gee Kuropatlcln estimates the Rut ilan losses from Aug 28 to Sept 5 at 4000 killed and 12000 wounded For the third time In lees than a week an attempt was made to wreak a Central railway train In Georgia Richard C Pace a prominent oltizen of Herndon Christian county dropped dead while apparently In good health In a fight with shotguns John Harris was fatally wounded at Columbus Min by the Ret K M Youngbaute Tho construction of a pneumatic tube between Chicago and Milwaukee for the transportation of packages and mall is In contemplation Having quarreled with bar lover Nora Martin committed iblclde bv banging herself to a rafter In bcchome near Mt Washington A Rock Island passenger train wa held up by masked men In Iowa It fe reported that the robber secured be tween 010000 sod 120000 Mil Ida I Mlchener of Carmel Ipd has been notified that she will be one of eight to come Into possession of an estate in England valued at 116000 000 The grot receipts of tbo 50 largest postoOlce In the United States for August show a net Increase of 13 per cent as compared with the same month lest year According to the astettors report In New York City the biggest Item it Central Park which has never been listed for taxes Tbo place U valued at 1185000000 Near Boonevllle Owtley couotySam nail aged 17 was shot and Instantly killed by Mary Penny his sweetheart She alleges the shooting was accidental but was arrested By a collision of trains on the South ere Pacific road In Nevada two persons were killed and several Injured Tbo eastbound train was carrying a large party of Knights Templar returning from the conclave at San Francisco Mystery lurrounot the death of William Hampton of Breathltt county in St Louis where bo bad gone to attend the World Fair Ble body was found In a mutilated condition on a dissect log table of a hospital and brought home The governor of Georgia has ordered a court martial to convene for Investi gating tbo charges of dereliction of duly on the part of a captain and four lieutenants of the Georgia militia In connection with the rucent lynching of two Negroes at Stateiboro A mob attempted to tako John Porter a Negro from the ofllccr at Jack soot resulting In the prisoner escaping aflera fusillade of shots bad been fired The Negro was afterward recaptured and with dlfllculiy placed In jail Be Is charged with an attempt to crimI- nally assault a wblto woman POLITICAL Tbo republican plurality In the Maine elections was about 30000 Bon Jerry AsSutllvan tas been ap pointed campaign chairman for Madi son Hon Carl Shun will make 10 speech en In Illinois for the national democrat ic ticketLt Henry Roberts was nomlna led by Connecticut republicans for gov ernor on the first ballot QJohn G Fitzpatrick resigned as chairman of the republican county committee of Boll and K C Herd a Hunter man was elected in his stead H P Cooper has withdrawn from tha race for circuit judge In the Leba non district leaving tbo track clear to Judge I B Thurman of Washington county In Praise of Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Dlarahooa Remedy I Allow me to give you a few words In praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera tad Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr John I llamlott of Kaglo Past Texas I suf fered ono week wIth bowel trouble andI took all kinds of medicine without get Unit any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant hero advised mu to tako this remedy After taking one dose I felt greatly relieved and when I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this groat femedy in the hands of mtnlclnd For sale by all Druggists j QON GEORGE GILBERT j Who will again abieprelentthll die trlct In Congress No other entrance i fee having been paId by yesterday the 16th Mr Gilbert Is entitled to tbet nomination The committee will de clare him tho nominee j HUSTONVILLE i There are now 115 pupils enrolled at our Graded School and still they como I have for sale at a bargain a finely Improved 270acre bluegrass farm all well set In grass and finely located No more desirable place In this part of Kentucky W R Williams Fred and Mitt Carson and Will Murphy have engaged attorneys to bring suit against the C S R R for putting tbnm off the train while returning from the Somerset fair They bought roundtrip tickets and the agent that sold the tickets Is supposed to have made an error In puncblpg the date for their return J P Harper and Mr and Mrs Janice of Salibury NO stopped over a day or two en route to the Worlds Fair Miss Georgia Newburn has gone to the Worlds Fair for a two months stay Mrs Chas Wheeler has returned from the cities where she bought a largo line of tall styles In ladles head gear We have Information from a reliable source that with tome encouragement from this locality we can secure extension to our city of the tboI road soon to be constructed from ville to Junction City This will be given prompt attention and substantial encouragement by the committee The building of this road here will not only be a great benefit to our already rapidly Improving city but will be a great step forward In the progress of our entire community CHURCH MATTERS I am In a meeting of some Interest at Pine Grove writes Kid J G Liv ingston Rev Gilbert Glatfl will preach at the union services at the Methodist church Sunday night Uncle Joe Hopper Is holdlug a splendid meeting at the Presbyterian church Lancaster Dr Raphael Lasker for 25 years pas tor of the Jewish congregation of Oba bel Sbalon In Boston Is dead Tbe Christian church Is to bo re paired Inside and out but services will be bold there Sunday at 1045 A M as usual Rev B O Olmbteod pastor of As bury M Echurcb Rochester N Y has accepted a call to the first M B church at Knoxvlllo There have been 10 additions to date at the Chestnut Street church as the the result of the special meetings now In progress there Lexington Demo cratRev R H Wlghtman of the Kentucky Conference Of tho Methodist Episcopal Church South has renounc cd that faith and joined tbo Presbyte rian church at Mt Carmel Fleming county The new Presbyterian cbnrch build log In Carlisle was dedicated by the Rev I S McElroy of Richmond Va and was turned over to the congregation free of debt Tbe buldlng which Is a handsome gothic brick rImmed with Bedford stone Is one of somest and moil modern In Us arrange moo e In Central Kentucky After the sermon the Rev McElroy raised about MGOO to pay the balance of the cost 120000 A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die ana II riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Drown of Lcesvllle Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave Instant relief and soon cured him Ue writes I now sleep soundly ovary night Like marvelous cures of consumption pneumonia bron chltis coughs colds and grJp prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 6Oo and g1 Trial bottles free ftt IVnnvn Or I 0I OUR new goods for Fall are arriving daily and now is the time to come in and get a look at them just to find out what is going to be worn T Be mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills I As nn evidence of tho superiority of the Supo rior Drill thoro arc more of thorn in uso in this county than nil the others together Nothing in ferior is imitntccIIf your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you get ready to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Lever IlarroSv W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Coning II Zero Weather 1 In Time of Peace Prepare For War Dont must your shins and freeze your back this Winter but let mein stall a warm Air Furnace that will keep your rooms comfortable the same temperature all over and ue 50 per cent less fuel Roofing Guttering Filters Pumps and Plumbing Phone 110 e SeHe ALDRIDCE Depot Street Stanford K- yTbe Straightest Road- Is The Shortest Road If you want pure drugs come to us FIRST Wo understand what purity is and how es sential it is in our business Wo dont tolerate adulterations or makeshifts The desire to have our goods pure and the knowledge to guide us in selecting them frees you front all risk You want to buy pure drugs we want to sell them Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kontucky School supplies and school ROOKS setsaet W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Prea dent ALTON BROOKS PAHKFX- if AVie York For 1 tee Pntident HENRY DAVIS of Iran rtnkto For Jtitlgt PtfUt ApptlUle Dulritt JUDGE JAMES E CAXTRILL OJ GtMgftOWFI AN Owensboro preacber eald In a recent sermon that It la a delusion to believe that women are better than men for every time you floea meat man a meaner woman Is bisoclated with him This Is the same old Adam cry The woman did It It etlll the ex cuse of erring moo It Ie a verv cow ardly one Tbero are women meaner than hell itself but they are the exception Women are naturally In every reepect better than men They are- first In every good word and work and a very present help In time of trouble They till the churches and minister to the sick and afflicted They will also fill heaven where If Sam Jones knowe whereof be affirms there wont be a sufficient number of men to furnish the bass for the singing The Owensboro preacher needs to make an humble apology to the sex be has eo meanly slandered TUE republicans It U stated will centre their efforts In Kentucky on the Fifth Congressional district A number of speakers of national note Including Secretary Taft will be pa raded on the stump while money will be as plentiful as If it grew on trees And all this and more too will not de feat the young Statesman Bon Swag or Sherley IT Is reported that Thomas E Wat 800 the populist candidate for preel dent Is to become editorial writer In New York after the campalgu with a salary of 120000 per annum If Tom can get that salary he had better throw up his job of rainbow chasing and take It now He would then be able at least to know where be Is at II DUNS and Bradetreeta both show a slight Increase In commodity prices between August 1 and September 1 Provisions groceries breadstuff fruits etc showed most of the advance The general level of values Is 37 per cent Above the low water mark touched In July 1806 during the free sliver panic N D MILES of Jessamine county was nominated for Congress In this district by the republicans at Nlcho lasvllle Wednesday there being no other candidate before the convention The nomination was acut and dried af ter JON W YEKKRS thinks he can car ry Kentucky republican with four speeches from himself At least he Is going to try and do It with that num ber PREACHERSVILLE It la almost as dry an It was In Sep tember 1807- Gideon Rotbwell has sold his farm to Webb Faulkner for 81250 Thieves helped themselves to some of Mrs J B Millers chickens a few nights since J H Kennedy and wife have return ed from Indianapolis and are now with tho families of G C and M O Kenne dYe Cbarley Sowders of Bee Lick visited his brother Levi Sowders That charivari of last week was the first In this section for many years The boys kept up a din that was beard at quite a distance After an hour of noise the merrymakers withdrew to serenade Bob Garrison and Leonard Nave who enjoyed the silvery notes of midnight music While cutting posts In his yard J H Rlgsby found a dead cedar bush which was completely enclosed by two large cedars that bad grown from the ground up for a distance of four or five feet There were knots and saw marks which show that It had been pruned at one time The only satisfactory expla nation to account for this freak of nature Is that the bush was killed by fire when the residence of Wm Greene burned nearly 30 years ago and that a young cedar tree started on opposite aides and finally united The widow of Gov J W Stevenson U dead at Covlogton At the ago of 80 years ICrab Orchard qulto 111 The Boltzclaw children who have been III with typhoid fever are all convalea cent It is rumored that thorn will bo a wedding here this month Names of too happy young couple will be given In duo time Miss Bottle Harris will bo pleased to receive subscriptions from her friends for their magazines and papers She can order any day anything wanted Rev J R Paris of the Christie church preached two excellent ser mono Sunday One baptized In the at ternoon The worlc of rebuilding the church will begin In a few days and the members hope to use It before anothei yearMrs Annie Haldeman and daugb tore who have been enjoying the sum mer at Mrs Jane Buchanans left Tuesday night for Atlantic City and New York Miss Jean Buchanan ao companied them Miss Jean Bacbop of Boston ia a guest of Mrs Jane Buc hanan Mrs Martha Colllnp of Wash- Ington D 0 Is a guest of Mrs Mar the L Bawls and family Mr Curd E bert4s home from Chicago for a restMrs Kittle King left Tuesday for the cities to buy her tall millinery Ber son Sam also left for St Louis at the same time Misses Mabel Mo Shorter and Katie King have cjntered school at Stanford Miss Clara Collier left for Georgetown Monday to attend school and Miss Bessie Thomas at Loretto Academy Messrs Wallace Gover Sr entered school at Lancaster and Wal lace Uover Jr at Berea this week Dr and Mrs W J Edmleton have re turned from a abort trip to Madison J Steenbergen and Mm Hutchison ol Jelllco are visiting friends hero W A Carson and family of Stanford spent Sunday with the family of Mr K Ferris James D Anderson Is building a small cottage on Stanford street Sam Reynolds Is having a handsome reel dance built lust beyond tbo Springs Hotel OQ the Lancaster pike IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Bronston Pulaski county went dry nine to 09 Lee Campbell has been appointee postmaster at Peck Casey county John D Jennings a wellknown stockman and farmer at Bryantsvllle Is dead after a short Illness of fever The jury failed to agreo In the case of John Breeden for the murder of Jesse Plnknoy at Jelllco standing sev en for conviction and five for acquittal Centre Collect opened Wednesday at Danville with a larger number of students In attendance than the Insti tution has had since lu consolidation with Central University Uncle Jimmy Brewer an old and highly respected citizen of near Mid dlosboro was found lying dead on the tloor of his home He was 88 years of age and had lived alone since the death of his wife 10 years ago It Is thought his death was sudden and due to Infirmities of old age Tbo body of a man named Barrie formerly a brakeman of the L s N was found ID a vacant lot at Lebanon Junction and all the Indications point to a murder though no clew has been discovered regarding who did the kill ing The body had evidently been at the spot where It was found for several days as it was In a decomposed coed Ion The colored waiters at the Commer oal Hotel Barrodenurg went out on a strike for higher wages They made a demand on Mr John O Vanaredall which was turned down and returned to their duties apparently satisfied but Just as the noon meal wee served and the guests were seated at the table and the first orders given they put on their coats and left the establishment Mr and Mrs Vanarsdall and the clerks Immediately took their places and the waiting guests were served with very little delay MATRIMONIAL Dr C M Murrlll of Sabula Iaand lies Irene Deboney of Columbia were married at tbo latter place Wednesday The marriage of Allen Yeager who ecently resided In this city and Miss laud Gibson of St Louis was eolem bed In Loulsyllle Monday atfernoon Advocate Tbo rapidity with which Gov Bob Taylor gets out and Into tbo matrlmo olal harness proves him to bo as handy in such matters as he Is with the fid lie and the bow says the Lexington Democrat A Campion dispatch says W T Poison has tiled a suit for divorce and the case will be tried at this term of the circuit court Tolson has been married six times and all of his wives are alive at this time except No f A marriage that Is of much Interest to their many friends in this county Is that of Miss Pattie B McDowell and Mr W S Rowland wblcb was relegated at the First Presbyterian church Vednesdayafternoon at half past two nclocfe After the wedding Mr and Mrs Rowland took the four oclock train for the Eaet News bareSeven persons one tam ly perished and six others were badly hurt In a New York tenement house fire HIGHLAND At the reunion last week the merry go Found was the centre of attraction W H Terry and Una Graybeal are working on the railroad near Norwood Mr O G Speaks who has tried threshing wheat In Kansas for two seasons has found out that thero Is morn to be made by working at home then abroad- J R Carrier of Eubanks has moved to the H H Walls house and he alms to put up a blacksmith shop In our midst Mr N P Wright of Bee Lick has moved to his place recently bought of J M Young John Reed and other parties sold some shoats at 4c J M Young sold the remainder of his farm to Roy Stewart for S100 Mr J M Atkins sold his farm to Mr James for 11200 Wo hope that Mr Atkins will find another loca Lion and remain In our vicinity J M Young and wife left Sunday for Bedford Ind white they Intend to make their future home M 0 Bryant and family of Burnslde are visit log their relative hero Miss Annie Delaney of Lexington came over to Visit Mr A A Bastin and take In the reunion Bran Uodbey of Joyce was here last week Elza Goodpaster has been at home a few days Mr and Mrs Gover were at Mr John Melons Mon day Mr A B Young wont to Pulas kl Tuesday to attend the funeral of his brother John P Young Only Did His Duty as He Saw It I deem It my duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wiloy Park the woll known merchant and post mister at Wiley Ky I have been sell log it for three or four years and It gives complete satisfaction Several of my customers tell 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 pOll tively know that It will cure the flux dysentery You are at liberty to use this testimonial you please Sold by all Druggists I THE Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign offer ol Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after tba November election for II This is about a cent a copy and la not only the cheap est dally you can get but the best dem ocratic organ you can read during the present campaign This oWen will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must Invariably accompany It Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo Lion ointment or balm for cuts corns bums boils sores felons ulcers totter salt rheum fever sores chapped hands skin eruptions Infallible for plies Cure guaranteed Only Mo at Pennys the druggist nO UMBRELLAS endRecovered and made almost us good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella tatter than the tramp money Giro me a trialFasxx ATKINS Stanford R A JONESDENTIST I Stanforde fLy Ofllce In Mycrs House Parlor Phone 01 A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as aaii AxiotoinoQr to the people of Lincoln County He will please you both In work and price Write to him Dripping Springs Spears Flshor MlJrIA delightful Summer table reasonable rates best water In the country Write for parUcuari Postofflcc Dripping Springs Ky THE Joseph Price infirmary It open alt the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con tultatlon Doard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills duo when services are rendered and must two paid prom- ptlyMi1IWaI SaloonC- OOD RICE Prors Fluent wines whisky and bear Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Hlue Grass Beer Uuse keg and tattled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone M StaR ford Ky E DPeytonDEAIKU Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been in the Tailoring business all life I trot confident In saying I icpresentoneof the beet tailoring firms In the country With toy experience In taking measures and direCloui 1 give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bur me out prlcna arc the same as Incx lerlcnced mon who ate In the bnnneas I also have a nice line of fancy chnlot and other aullingb I will cut and make it you desire at a modeiate price Thank tag you for put favors J am yours H CKUPLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear bdoc strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tres pealing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bnoonaroore T H Holraes- H F Newland J II Uamenlsch Peter Dalmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary OlTCns Darld Stephens jamm M White and wife 111 Hawkins Mrs Mary K Welch K A Lawrence Frank Cordler Mrs AI Root Bam F Reynolds Morgan Humphrey O T Wlllson Charles Ensslln H MeAllster Mrs Kate Ador Kelcheubaeh Br s Fred VoooruenlgaaAlberiVanOruenlgan Fred VonAllraan Fred No sear REPORT OF TUB CONDITION ITHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTOHVILLE AT HUBTONVILUE- la tafcss of Kentucky at tb des Mbeatest- srpt IIh 154- 4RESOURCES 01Id dhnuJII8 M Overdraft meats sad u U S 1 I seems clreulUa tdO4 m Slanting Itsueatumltur sad fiiluics if 00 Dee ran Rs urve IOUlaltlSuit RinksDnstrom flue rram n reserve agent IOpli 11 NandotharcashCheeks Notes of ether Nstlon l 110Sass o FrMlMMl psp rcutt neT nkkrts o ce Lawful Msacir Ruerva In Hank vb 00 SMCH TrewieilS1JG ReJtnptkm tadr11tiU S Ma 00 S IffI d atenlaiwn TII21IHso LIABILITIES MOOQ ee- Surll aptal roIo 00 prenu sI555suespsld National Bat taiIWIatasdlg 11PpsI- tu I1 00banksto other National lodiyWualddpetillIIU beak1Uw TtIItIOW 55 IICouolyelI J W heeler 11r the above named tank M solemnly wllr shot the shove atateat- sI true to lhr beat of wrJ LHA W 1arn5qhkff Sukxrlkcd and sworn totmtore m t this lath lay st Sept ltM J1 tlnnse N I1 I C my msmisalee explns Marsh 11 Itus Correct AtUtt T J Ikmxaex KowARit Aixonx Pirscurs JS Maseru DR E He MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST II I neo no medicine in making examination of tho eyes Correct all defects or refraction With porftct adjusted glasses nnd guarantee entlsfao tlon provided you follow instruction or refund thoinonoy Will be nt St Asaph Hotel Sat Sep 24 DraL H Murray Ophthalmologist IHome Office With Murray McAdnius Danville Ky i Grand Leader t iJ Al n ipeoinl inducement to itart Fall trading wo oflVr tW t best brands of Calico nil 5o a yard Heavy unhlonohed cotsr- tot yard wide Co a yard Good heavy shirting nt tic ft fyard lions ovaryslay Shoos solid 81 pair InlliIIOUd shoos SI pair Kxtnx heavyand wall made mens jmnto USe a pall liens hats regular 160 and 82 goods USe mob Good heavy otlttug Bo a yard all colom biro art roc ififtg dally now Pull goods In the dross goods ctnplo hOlier Iitpee and clothing duwrt meats v I J THE GRAND LEADER OWBLUY DLOCK WATT1C OUt AI H M B Lo y O Co 5 B Lovy f EVERYTHING In the way of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Can be found at PENNYS DRUG STORE Ky Bargain Stor6I- s Now Open J f With it ftill lino of Clothing Dry Goal Drew Good Notion Shu i ilia Goods sold cheaper than you over baud of thorn In many eases yw1pan namo tho prico nntl take tbe gMil Ctell nilll oe what wo hare gat Oar prlcaa will surprise yau l S ISTANFORD foneand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monument Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentuckyr JLettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper r ADAMS c SON Lexington Kyr v 4 I TO THE FARMERS I J This is tho proper season to put up WOVEN WIRE PENCE Wo soil TilE AMERICAN tho best made Call and hAt see us before buyjng your fence W E Perkins Stanford WM 1 Crab 1Kyt L Opening Them Up t We nrc very busy opening a car load of new goods for every depart ment We want to show you tIle now wash drew fabrics Bright Plaid Ginghams Manchester Cambric Ar muro Cloths Dark Oxford Cloths llomctt Novelty Velvet HaUecns Ac THE P BTANFOKU KY Sept 10 lOl BBKOHR you ha o your Fall palntln dona remember that we have a Y8ry large line bf Mjutlo Ready Mixed Paint and ask you to cen our list of popular color Price II 36 per gallon Icbnyt Drug Store PERSONALS DR LEt UIIL of Burotlde her Mil W W DAYS wai In LcxInRtoi this week Mlts W 0 WITHBKB returned trot Lexington Tuesday J 8 OW8LBY SRM went to yesterday KATIIERINE DAUOIIMAN II with Danrlllo friends GrxJiioK ntuuLCY of Klncsvllto II clerking for James T Jones JOHN n SHANICS and W 3 Bmbrj wero In Lexington this week t I x Mns 8 J KMHHV Sit left Tueidaj for Missouri to visit relatives ALFRRU PBNCK II at home from WlllUmilown with the homtfolki MATT MARTIN of Birmingham Afa II at Rowland with relatives ATTORNRY ClIAHUIB F MONTOOM BUY of Liberty was hero yesterday tJ I HAMILTON of Lancaster wai here yesterday en route to Memphis MIl8R W H SHANKS and a 1C Tate are taking la the Worlds Pair MISS MAYUBTHRRUCBUI of Oar rodiburir li with MU Stella Rupley MR U O LrAQil of Somerset II with his father Mr J O Leash nett Arabia MRS S W GIVBNS of Mlddletboro wai the guest of her father Uon 0 A SlKOUrTON of WafQeiburp went up to Basal Pat h yesterday ot builoet MIlS F S OOOctl of Way elttlrlr who has been it Harnilde has return ed horns Its J P Halsell will preaeb al Walnut Flat next Sonday evening al 7 ooloQk MISS MilliE LUTEfl U back from a delightful visit to friend at Lexington and Paris MISS MOLLIE DnoOKa of Crab Oroh and has been the guest of Miss Tevli I Carpenter MIss euwn yesterday to enter George- townp College A HOY has arrived at the home ol Mr and Mr Preston Deck of the Walnut Flat lectloc MRS W A TuiniiUK U assisting In John P Jones store during that gen tinmans abionoc lo the cities GKORQK NBWLANU who hat had a severe tussle with typhoid fever li able to walk around the house I MRS MARY OIXJUBON of Loulivllle who has been with her parent Mr and Mr George Dune returned home Wednesday MRS J H MONlN and children who have been vidtlng at Mr O J Crows returned to their home In Hardln county yesterday MKSSKS DINK WILKBRBON of Lib arty and Mitchell Taylor of Burntlde passed up to London Wednesday to look after their Umber Interests MRS JAMES L YANTIS ot North Yakima Washington is visiting rela tives In the city after an abaoncu of several years Somerset Journal MRS n P HAWKINS loft yesterdays r for St Louis to attend the fair Mill Mary Hood of Greenville Miss who has been her guest accompanied her- MitI AND MRS D C DKJARNETTE and little eon Joe Willis ot Richmond 1f1 Va were on yesterdays train bound for Crab Orchard to vllt her parent ItMr and Mr J B Willie tMRS DR E J BROWN sons Russell and Prescott Mill Nannie Brent Now land and Misses Tbompaon and Brown iJtbe latter of the Preachoravlllo section o left yesterday morning for the Worlds Fair RISSE WILLIAMS and Ala of Mt Vernon wore on Tuesdays train bound for Lexington to enter Hamilton College Mrs F L r Thompson and Mies Susie Thompson accompanied them MISSES REOA BAUER and Fannie Sparks of Mt Vernon arrived yeiter day to enter CampbellHagerman col from which Miss Baker grad Mrs W J SpArks ac themLexington Damo t H I w wqwhw w bw bw iwt Its No Wolf Story I- We can and will deliver the goods You remember the story of the boy who cried the wolf conies and how he failed to fool those who came to help moro than once Now if wo dont hack up our ads with tho goods we would be like the boy who cried the wolf is coming Wo offer as proof our past business career Dont be sidetracked by offers of poor merchandise at seeming ly low prices but come to UK and let us serve you as wo have in tho past nN nb nib n n a 1 Ni nib i o iib w n i SiriVERAi CE SON srrANFOBDIINTERIOR JOURNAL JnON ILakey MAInEMAIlONywentto- Oeor 4MISSES 1leitethis MRS T L CAHlBSTER and band I lome daughter Miss Mary Carpenter of Quitonvlllo wero here ehoppln yesterday LOCALS WANTED white nurse for an Invalid Mrs Uugh Reid Stanford FALThaU new and beautiful Can and ice them Mint Straub FOR SALE100berrai0 lime at 76o per barrel K T Pence do Co J T CONN told to Mr M Dr Klmor hs cottage on the Somerset pike for b050WANTRDWhile cook At tbe Joseph Prloe Hospital Single woman Good pay TUB Graded School now has 218 pu pile The Stanford Male and Femal Seminary has 72 W LOOAN WOOD has been made campaign chairman of Boyle Do wll make a good one W womando cooking oto Will pay It per week MrtJ C norton Preaobertvllle Ky WANTED a good work band by month or year Small family prefer red David Spoonamore Dedgeville 2t I HAVE opened my coil yard at tbo depot and am prepared to furnish all grades of coal at the lowest ponlbl price R B L Sims MR JOliN BIUQUT snowed us Wed neiday a potato vine with a beautiful bloom on It The flower very muol resemble a morning glory LOST between Hall Gap and Stanford a blaok leaf liar bouad Latin book with Rev Peter Bretntneri name In gold letters on beak Reward Leave at this ofltoo Tux Graded School boys and those of the Stanford Male and Female Semlna ry have gotten up a foot ball lean whlab promlies to prove a good one Gee D Florence is the coach AT South Fork a Negro woman whose name we could not learn Ibo and badly wounded three other Negri women who bad given her a threshing One of them Is said to be dangerous wounded OUR lovers of music will be glad w learn that Frederick J UolTmann of tbo College of Mulo Cincinnati will give a recital In Walton Opera Hous during the month of November He II tent out by the above college THE Knights of Pythla ot Wllmore will run their second annual excursion to Chattanooga on Wednesday morn lag Oct 12 leaving Lexington at 8 oolook Returning the train will leave Chattanooga on Friday 14th at 1 ooioek Faro for roundtrip til AO BAD JACK ASIIKR who was In Jail here for saekeoping for a long time was ibot and Instantly kllltd by a con stable at Hydan Leslie county Jack was drinking and had taken an old manl cane and knocked him down A Ion Interferrcd and Jack shot blot twice and then the constable shot him r r NEW STORE On Saturday Sept 24 tbo storeroom next to the Lincoln Co National Bank will be opened with a aompleto line or dry good clothing shoes furnishing goods etc We In ito examination of our stock which was bought direct from the factories and we will be able to sell at remarkably low price Sam Robinson Prop PAXTON Col Thomas AI Paxton ho millionaire distiller of Cincinnati Is dead from blood poisoning caused by arbuncle says a dispatch Col Paxton was wellknown hero Ho bad for iiany years taken the output of Mr W n Traylors distillery and was a great rlend of that gentleman He was a aagnlQccnt looking man of fine ad rees and popular with all who knew him FIRE AT HEUOKVIIXE Jes o C loyds store at Hedgovllle burned ucsday night about 0 oclock causing a considerable loss He carried 11000 niuranco In the Hartford represented by Jee e D Wcareo of this place The Iou on the building and Its content Is a total one The building belonged to ire S E Rico and there was no In urance on It The cause ofthe fire III tot known LOST Wagon tire on Somern I pike A G Huffman TRAVRLINO men say Klngsvjlle Is the place to get an easy shave LOST diamond eardrop Liberal reward Mri Ancle Holtnlaw Stanford I WANTED to rent a Remington or Denimoro typewriter Mill Leila Carter Stanford A OARLOAD of deaf mutes passe down from the mountains to the Soboo for the Deaf at Danville Wednesday LOST grev flannel sack coat In Docket were note glasses and pair of Mown kid gloves K D Kennedy Stanford SUIT GARLAND SINGLETON bal rented and moved Into the little store room on Lancaster Street next door to this ofllee TlIOiK having claims against the ei late of Kdward Carter deceased will present tame properly verified to J B Daughuan Executor at once 21 MR I B BUSH of Harrodourg a One gentleman and an experienced ho tel man has rented the Gibber fete at Danville and will run It Uptop SATOTDAY oept tothe last day for Cllngolalm against Lincoln count for the October term which begin Oat 4 Geo B Cooper county clerk IT should bo remembered that voter living In Incorporated towns will have to register Oct 1 In order to vote In be November election Stanford Boston vllle Crab Orchard and Rowland are Included In the registration r JUDO GOOItO DENNY of Lexington who when he was Commonwealths Attorney In this district wu dubbed the Roaring Bull of Basban will speak to the republican at Juno tlon City on Saturday Sept 24 Timeoramlttee thisSenatorla district called to meet at Dan villa Monday to decide upon a manner and date of nominating a candidate for State Senator There are two candl dates MMr R L Hubble and M F Elkin H W HATTHR a prominent mar chant of Poplar Hill Casey county wa shot and Instantly killed by Jobnioi Elliott a welltodo farmer The met were In the woods and fell out over a road site when Elliott shot Hattardeai with a shotgun T Miss LBLIA CARTER a graduate of the Commercial College of Kentuck University will Instruct a class li shorthand beginning Sept 10 Those desiring to enter the class may set Mis Carter at the Graded Scboo building or address her at Stanford after the abovo date Rates reasons bla Wit ar tostate Judge William M Myera who recently retir ed from the firm of Wealherford My ere Hutonvllle will not leave the county but will remain a citizen of the capital of the West End He will en gage In the timber business but will mod time to settle with those who owe tho late firm of Wcatbcrford J Myere TUB iNTitRtOR JOURNAL lays claim lo the most rapid lady compositor In the State In Miss Calllo Horton whi bas been with this paper for a number of years Wednesday morning she walked leisurely down lo the ofllee about 715 and at 050 she bad a galley of brovler to bor credit She had sot a second galley by a little after dinner and would have let a third bad we not rotten short on copy and requested her LO quit Beside being a splendid com posltor Miss Horton can fold papers and metro up mall so fast that your bead will iwlm If you watch her long RURAL ROPTKS No1 and 2 begun partitions at 7 oclock yesterday morn ng when Mr H J Dam started out ho Crab Orchard pike and Mr W L Dawson the Danville plko with mall for people along their respective route leorgo Barnes Wearen will carry mall on Route No 3 beginning Oct 1 Peo plo living on these routes who hav ot already dono 10 should have regu shoe boxes put up at once Until they do no mall will be delivered to them waotjtogrill please notify us by telephone or octal tbo taller preferred I B D CARTEK the liveryman had a valuable horse 10 dto Wednesday night T 0 BALL sold toN Menefee ble buslnesi house on Lancaster Street for 11400 SOME hungry scoundrel stole a goof old ham from W W Hays larder tbe other night THE L L N will run a 1160 excur sloe to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Stanford depot at 6 A M JUST received alpof 10 different pattern of solid silver tea spoons at prices which are In the reach of every body W H Mueller morning was almost ai cold In Christmas Frost was seen In the more exposed places and the mercury Hood at 45 at 530 oclock HORRIBLE Jesse Sapps home In Adair county burned and his five children were cremated Both Sapp and bin wife were badly burned In their effort to gave their children THE work of filling In a portion of the South Fork trestle Is progressing rapidly A force of 75 to 100 men have been working there for the last two months The track will be materially straightened by the filling FINE CORN Mr Elijah li the boil corn raiser Bc brought us In yesterday 10 oars raised on the Jill Popples place on the Bald Hills that averaged 12 Inches In length It le of a reddish yellow and as fine corn as you ever taw A TROUSSEAU valued at 120000 li being beld by custom official at New York says a dispatch from Gotham K It belongs to any of our good Stanford women the officials wont hold it long Curiosity If nothing elSe will make them ratio the dough SBNBCA LODUR No 27 Independent Order of Red Men will meet In con slave In the office of Judge Bailey Sachem of the Tribe on this Friday evening at 7 oclock prompt Every member Is urged to be present ai Important business U to be transacted J P Bailey Sachem Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition ofn old sol diet by name of J Jr Havens Versailles O For years he was troubled with Kid nov disease and neither doctoralnor med icine gave him relief At length he tried Elert ic Bitters It put him on his feet In short order and now he testifies Tin on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Livor and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only bOo Guaranteed by Penny tbe Druggist To tbo Worlds Fair via Queen Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address XV O Rlneareon G P A Cincinnati O G M Clarke T P A Lexington Ky 1 At Barbourvllla Jobn Morris was given a sentence of 21 years In thee penitentiary for killing John Moore Nice Home For Sale I I wish to soft privately tbe tpentlld reel dence on Avenue Stanford which has just been completed Una tour largo rooms wide hall good room and bath room Residing li a twostory one ana is modern In every particular Call at J M 1bllllps to tee property D IAU IIIMK A S PRICE Burgeon DentistI Stanford Ky lOffleioTtr cBobernDrnll Skin in Ibi OwUj BaUdlai Farm For Sale I On account ot Illhealth I desire to toll privately mv farm of 170 noon located In odgo IlustonvlHe Good Improvements fruit never falling water will sell as abode or divide Small souse on sorter part 0 R UVRNETT- lluotonvlllo Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will oll at public auction at my rest onetbe Hustonvllle Liberty on FRIDAY SEPT 30 1004 Tbe following property contlttlng 6t hors Implements house ej cattle bogs bold und kitchen furniture Term made known of tale Sale to begin at 10 A M sharpOW W K1FFE SB- HaitonvllIeKr i Bought Cheap We happened in the market at a- verye opportune time Thoro were tome big cuts in prices being made and we bought heavily Watch our ads each week for good goods at low prices e w s ThIS MEANS MONEY 10 YOU I- eassrtssas I We propose announcing each week from now until Jan 1st 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 offered to you as above stated Dont be skeptical We back our advertisements Look Out for Tuesdays Offer worlssm John P Jones 1 e r t fA 5 N s a AAy j j r 41i tii b t y e S aia d j j u u THIS IS SCHOOL WEEK yJ k 0 iAt our Storo ami a treat it will be for the boys I Things every Department Clothes to try and u Souvenir for nil who pay us n visit We can fit them out with everything they need fur three months to como from g xxl serviceable SCHOOL SHOES STOCKINGS CAPS KTC to a suit of PERFECTION CLOTHING Boys come 10Ce w s5aros CUMniNS MCLARY EARLY IR a 51 ya- jev jt to see in on 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 McROBBRTSStanford Kcntuckr ttto 1 M JNTERIORJOllRA Altered n the poitOfflee at Stanford at Mundcioii mattfT blts aooLru Oo3nlSr cSvl- T t PER YEAR CASJ- N When not lopaldnaoo will beehtned s KNOXVILLE DIVISION i JITrala going North 2t3ae- I II m a mIIB 2fi i oZII II South tz17 a n 1435 p m lfo zs NEW LIVERY STABLE- s l W 811138E x 30HPron JUNCTION CITY KYe nrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonably Rates Special Attention to and Uay For Sale J H BOONE ft COs Propriotors LIVERY flND FEED STflBUE f Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Mao Dealers In Goal Jesse W Sweeney r raorRIETOR Livery Feed cud Salo StaWo I Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Datfl Trafllor DIALIH IS Wlliekfl Brandu WinGS Beer GInars Ftc Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KYI rompt and polite attention Nothing but the be ta drink Mall phone cr telegraph order recelr i timptatteatloa TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new mattings oil claw rugs shades lace curtains curtain poles pictures frames screen- paare partolst doors glass tables chain safes wardrobes couches dressers washntands beds prlngs mattresses chamber sulU water sets lamps chiffon laze folding beds washing machines wring en wall paper carpet paper trunks telescopes carriage house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORElAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky Ai persons wishing tobuyor sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of floe Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you to sell lac I in our hands Office at Boones Liver Btabltf Stanford Ky I RBPiahooy Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage 1of the property owners in counties of 1ncoln and Casey who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but strongest and best OldLine Com ptnies represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phouei- f2Stanford Kentucky t BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEB Stock and poultry have few rrallej which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black ira ight Stock and Poultry Medi ana is a bowel and liver remedy far stock It the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeder and farmers keep tbrir herds and flocks healthy by piviiiR them an occa sional dovot BlankDraught Stock and Poultry to their fool Any itock raiser may buy a- Zentr hallpound airtight can of this medicine rom and keep hie stock in vigorous li ilth for weeks Kener- lllv keep lukTiraullht Stock P iltry Modicinr If yours does nt send 25 cents for a sample can to tho manufacturers Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tcnn I E Via39 ItnI1 alaok Dmnghs Stock and Poultry Medicine Is the twit I trertrled Our stock was tooting bad when you sent nia the medirine and now they are getting eo tine They are looking 20 per cent betterS P BnOCKINOTON t G GILBERT LIGnlkUtc for Cenems sabjat to tht piity R C WARREN li t can Uate for JuJe of the Lincoln County Woo n abject to the action of the demotrtUc part HJAS P BAILEY LtncoCounty JOArtITHOMAS D NEWALND 8R subJIGEORGE W DeBORD lubJectIT JEFF HILL SR sobjeItJESSE C LYNN toIIISAMUEL M OWENS subJbDINK FARMER subjectlbt i JAMES C HAYS li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the IBKMUC patty W I HERRIN a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the linocratlc part MEREDITH E PRUITT li a candUate fer Superintendent of Public 5th ef Lincoln County subject W the action of the demo uatlc party MISS KATE BOGLE IIa candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Unpin county subject to the action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON SuartnwnlentPublle of action of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county su Ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the actton of the democratic party D C ALLEN puntyvsusEMMETT MCORMACK sirtesta W A CARSON Is VejndlJitt for Assessor of Lincoln taunt sub tctto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE jY- s a can l11te for Assessor of Lincoln punt subject to tbe action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a canlkiate for county attorney of Ltoeetn county subject to toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a canJUate for the noaUflatfon for State Senator In this district subject to the acften of the democratic party pAW CARPENTER- Is a candllile for Congress subject to the action of the Prohibition par- rySEED FOR SALE Blue Gras Seed and Seed Rye for sale L a Dunn Mi Salem Ky ill L5 Beazley Fs Co Undortakors and- Embalmers AHODlitllSIM FitriilturciriatUn2SRug8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ MfkcGbMJ AItEJ1 t1a1 alYdsAca1i ail EMBALMER And DoalcarIn KAENSSS SADDLES ttf- itnnford wn KINGSVILLE I Miss Luolllo Davidson of Danville was with friends here last week Dr Warren Is teaching a very satis factory school hero Ho is being as listed bv Mies Birdie GoochIThe Christian Rev Powell of Lexington and he Ii a hertJudea Bailey S h candidates for the nomination ot tI respective ofllcos county judge or county attorney were hero Saturday Mrs Della Maher and children of Ludlow arc visiting relatives ber Misses Eva arid Sallie Leach of Le Ington have returned home after protracted visit with relatives her Movers Henry Hester and wife and William Hester and wile and baby of Stanford aro visiting Dan Hester and wife hare Mrs E W Crelghton and baby will leavo Saturday for Verona and other points In Northern Ken tucky where they will visit relatives Miss Virginia Johnson will return to her school at Verona NJUa Margaret Routon will return to Lexington Sun day end resume her position with Mitchell Cassell k Baker Lexington has aaaumed a lively ap pearance onus that the colleges and uni versities are opening up for the Fall and Winter sessions and the opera sea son has opened with tbo popular price shows Prof W U Smiths ever popular business college Is to have a larg er attendance than ever this Fall He hoe a large number of students enroll ed from all parts of tho country A great many Improvements are beings made on the Interior of the building and It will bet nicely equipped and ready lor the Increased attendance During our stay thero we became greatly at lathed to the Commercial College of Kentucky University It is a grand old place and one feels better for her log been there and far better able to cope with the business world They have excellent and painstaking teach ore and failure must bo the fault of th pupil alone In want of application papalbthere and In our own case at least ware Inclined to give the teachers all tbe I credit for the success of the pupil j HUBULE L G Hubble and S Dunbar sold 9cbWater Is scarcer In this commanlty than It has been for many years Eld F M Tinder will 611 his polntmcnt at the Christian church Sunday afternoon Several crops of wheat In this com munity have been bought In tho last few days by Jas McKecbnln at 1110 Mrs Eliza Harris is with relatives In Stanford Miss Ethel Carman bas entered tbe Conservatory of Musio at Lexington Billy Jim Spoonamore friends and relatives are receiving Invitations to bis wedding which Is to take place InI Indiana whore he IIveeIEld P J Ross return to his former I charge assures his people the opportu 1 nlty of hearing the plain and pure 08I pal for the coming term as Bro Rots believes In contending for truth and right under all circumstances Mill Flonnle Hammond left Monda to enter Hamilton College Mrs Jeta Lynn of Stanford was the guest of ber brother Goo Wood last week Jac Spoonamore and Bona MoKcchnlo are in Wayne county Frank Miller of Mt Vernon It with hlf parents bereI Mrs Woolfork Givens of Mlddleeboro It with B W Ulvens for a few daVloDt her way from the Worlds FalrICOME AND GET YOUR MONEY Liberal Way In Which Penny Sells MlonaNatures Cure for Dyspepsia If Miona fails to cure you of dy spepsia come back to his store and get your money is the broad and liberal way in which Penny la selling Mi ona natures cure for dyspepsia A oOc box of Afro na contains tw weeks treatment and benefit will bo seen from almost the first dose The guaran too means that if Mi ona docs not give complete satisfaction the Still price paid ed will bo refunded when the empty bozos returned and covers two boxes There Is no other medicine that willCI compare with Miona for relieving stom ach trouble Pain and discomfort alter eating dizziness specks before the eyes gas and fermentation in fact all forms of Indigestion are quickly relieved and permanently cured by Mi ona It in Jinternalstrength to the whole system opSingWhen the daylight cloaesr dhRainSing along the way ral Just a little sorrow cue Makes a joy thrice sweetgi InDaoclosrtwlokllnlt viMakesLife has more things in itarTban toAtlantaWhen troubled hconstipation try i Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab Iino PANrU kS BALSAMCtruirl rrorthNever y forQuaSkc l lJXt nnMbu For Sale Privately alturtcdepike House has 7 room kitchen and ser ante room good collar stable and all indj P iuucr CalverttBookerodProprfetrctl 3641 Finncy Ave St Louis IRON FENCCHEAPER THKN VO- ODACXSIneAgt STANFORD KY If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial FOR SALE secedid garden and orchard There Is a large rmm on the place a good crusher and tbe poweer a splendid business Everything k In good outbulldlnltTherush of other business as he has extenslvn farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanfoid and can be bought at a bargain Von further particulars address S U Thurmond or L R Ilcniiid Stanford Ky IContral Kontucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford KT roustKytodate In every particular ana good dwell Ing with Improvements and M aete of tne land close to Southern railroad Ptico tie ON No 76110 HoUnd nrarJtlDctIoeCtIttl8 seres Sefclt raw a aleyoung onhanlaafoaeftheletnp liar- wrs In teolwky arty t Mi pounds W rspM lut year Well watered sad BIr leej UoM to Mbool and chdrohn A tWOler1 six room fnwe dwelling goo l barn crite Mr Ml In iIrepair 1rlratlMO Also II acres of Florida land In Mann planleaving Iwoyn i n other side with C room onestory house or anges peaches pears plums praises bear forI11tGCA Ilullltt county Ky farm of 190 acres with good 2story douse metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of Umber that will ties tares barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 2000 H cash Waco has 000 fruit trees Ill acres 3t mllo Itardttown Junction Dallltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log barn smoke bows wood house One well good springs and running water two orchards three room tenant house Is a beautiful farm and productive cheap for 33 300 12000 cash balance In one two and three year 122 acres three miles of Vllllsburg Wash ington county Ky 110 acres cultivated I acre timber well cistern springs orchard IS story des room frame house veranda cellar cribs wood house smoke hove lion house school on the farm This In a good farm worth the money 2090 31250 rash balance one and two yenta railo about 16 In timber and gross and about 110 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 blDglesthe place twice over A large part Is lane There are four dwelling of 4 rooms each and one store of twostorlei with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In mlloe of county neat and grows tobacco wheat grass etc for 2300 Onehalf cash countyifybulls 8 years ago Steam and water power uptodatemeal bolt The engine Is of 7 year run II wren with the mill Including what Is with be house of S rooms All for 0210 or 85 0 firs tho mill and 14 acres Ono half cash la One trade No mill In 10 titles Mississippihereportunities for profiubto Investment as the AtKsls Delta which Is now fitly detcrlbejas Pros pelll Valley The IImOO1 becolOllna more valu peoplefromare constantly Increasing their pats + taol timber lank In the South When the timber Is removed the tanj Is unequalej for agricultu purposes It will produce a hale of cotton to the or win grow any other kin J of crop raised In temperate tone The toll nreds no fertilizers and ves a yield whkh cannot te excelled lanes are low title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm timber lands at present prices Is making an In stment that he will never regret land b dl Into tracts ranging from 40 acre In the tract to 000 acres to the tract anj prices front to per acre trio per acre according to location tic Wee authorlied by the company who owns these lands state that as other parties are considering the rcha of these lands that we offer these tracts sub ecHo prior sale withdrawal from market or change- n price wlthont notice However when notified enoulhferacres of this und has been told by the Com I pankuWnCentral Kentucky Baal Estate x TttleCo Ptnnfprd Ky j T LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors J II Paiton J R Outlet 8 It Bbank W O Walker Gee W Darter J II Putter L 0 Gooch W II Cummins lIrlgbtIt w II Shanks j Buaeessori to The Farmers Dank ok Trust Company and under same management continuously for 35 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford ICy Stock 50000 4Capital This Institution was originally established Itasthe Depoelt link of In 1151 then reorganised at the National Rank of uF11181 having had practically an uninter ru ted existence for 41 years It It better su pfad now with faeillUu for teansaet fngbuslneas prowrpUy and well than ever before In Its long honorable ascot Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers Directors IMPORT SHIPMENTi Just received from a Pottery in Germany largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to offer to the trade the best ever offered sell a sort I Set Cups and Saucers Set Plates and give you one Tumblers GEORGE H FARRIS a COtStanford Kentuckyt C R McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy GrocerieseHardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High Market Price Country ProIaduce C McCormack Hustonville BDCAKTERSuccessor to flruoe h Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STASFOIU KY Special to Commercial bfe Your it Horse handled on commliilon Stock Pones In Connection + BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH Ilavlgg decided to quit tile buggy bust ness I will sell for tbn nut It doy at nos for clUb a car load of Brassies Surreys Phaetons And lluokboards also a lot o Harness They are all the latest style and best make Iart of the vehicle are rub her tired Come to see me and get a bargain at once before they are all gone CURTIS COVER Grab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALEI Nice little farm for tale on Danville and Stanford pike SX mile from Stanford con talnlpr acres of land Oood young orch ard of two otter with a splendid variety a fruit urea Goal clitoris and never springs Locust ptwta enough to fence a ae acre arm House has four rooms kitchen back porch Necessary outbuildings Etc Call on or address W L Hawson Stanford CHAS JOHNSON LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smlloy MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Reasonable Call and see me 1hono at Residence Produce Wanted I egltshensbo at H II Nortlicotts Stanford ICyILUMBER WANTED I headingslumberprice at Moreland D D C Irt nIDr JeB Beck DENTIST Office In BuildingMAIN KentuckyResidence SAVE MONEY I buying cwbrve Just re t- colvtr5 care coal and will soil at a reduced rthanKINO tCOX Moreland Ky Officers 8 II BUANK8 President J B OWSLEY Cashier W M I1UIOUT Aast Cashier i 1 1 3 8 UOORRR Presl 8T HAHRIM V Ire J J UoKODRKTB Ohr W II WEAIlBNAsstChr P ReId Danville B T Harris Stanford J 8IlMker Stanford K U TaiMr MeKlnney M D tumors Stanford 8 II IlauchMan Stanford T I StABfurd Jaw Robinon Hubble J II Itaiubman J II IetUu Bd Carter 8taDfor4I the Will for time I for 125 set est for R attention solicited Stand convinced Have Your Buggy Painted It wilt Wit you only 85 I nee the beeorpaints and rarnlitM and guarantee mt work to be firstfilm Oall at shop on 80micreel street mad apedwen ef ay hMplJI J t s FOR SALE I aall bluegrate farao new heese wllb 1sevo room all nwewnry outbuilding b1lthtalevllle lloyle oountr Ky For partlsolar SlarkaburyiFOR SALE The wellknown Old fort Pharmacy ToIeffect an Immediate sale an IIIIN drat ownerissquare North another is eight squares terrlIlargest voting prxlceta the atty stab AtItI I Only 100 Daily fi Sun- dayDemocrat For Three Monthst This will cover the Presidential Campaign which promis t es to be one of the most exciting in his tory Subscribe NOW and get all the NEWS- W P WALTON Lexington Ky The Interior Journal will gladly take orders for this great offerbut CASH must inva accompany the order 1