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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL xxxii STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 19043PM NO 59 ILAND STOCK CROPS ETC A mysterious black weevil Is destroy In young cotton In Alabama- J T Bloffamao sold to Montlo Fox last week a work mule for 1120 A local firm la Lancaster ii paying 1110 a bushel for wheat delivered Fon SALE 35 yearlings IS calve and 10 fat milk cow Mark Dardln Joe Jordan bought of various partlua i here Friday tour horses from 160 to a 1100M J Hoffman wants 100 slop c ttl and bull Seo I M Bruce Stanford Ky M J Hoffman of Wllllamsbunr bought of varloui parties 10 Battle a 2i to 3c Fred Von Grurnliran bovght of Hoff moo White k Son a tot of Rood ibeep at 1860 per head Wheat drill with fertiliser attsoh meet good as new for tale W O Sbanlcs Stanford JA Y dung of Ocrkivtlte sold a Danville court Yesterday a lot of batch er stuff at 2t to So Josh Wilson of Oral Orchard bought of Boon liroylos lo Roefceastlo a bunch of tattle at 2 to M B D Carr bought of Dr Hugh Held a gelding for IM aod also one from a Mr Singleton for no WAICTEDO good fat boriM will be at Albright ouble Brrthead Ky Thursday Sept SS Joe Jordan Glave Goddard told 40 SMpound hOI at l and 6s Jim Forsytbe told 100 fat hogs at 16 40 and Robert Nave 60 at 15 2S Harrodsburg Herald 1s There came to my place six barrow hogs about two weeks ago Owner can get tame by paying for damage done to corn tbelr keep and this notice Peter Balmer Africander with ONell In the tad die won the 110000 Brighton Cup 21 miles at Brighton Beach MeChesoey the favorite ridden by Redfero was second and MaJ DalngerfleW last Time 3 6- DANVILLE cocnr There was a small crowd In attendanoe at Danville court yesterday Mule colts brought from MO to 1100 work motet 1136 to 9176 calves 116 per bead a lot of cattle changed hands at 2t to Slo Business WM dull generally At a conference held between W B Hawkins president of the Kentucky Tobacco Growers Aitoolatloo and am cora of the Loulttllle Leaf Tobaoo Kx change an agreement was reached by which Lovlirlllo tobacco warehouses will probably handle the entire 1MJ orop of Burley tobaooo grown IB Ken Lucky STOMACH DOSING WILL NOT CURE Only Way to Cure Catarrh Is by Breathing Hyomel Ask any physician If catarrh It a blood disease and be will tell you that It la a dltesicd condition of tIe muooue memo brsnee and that it cannot be cured by Wood purifiers plllt tablets or other forms of Stomach doting The only sensible and BolentlBc way of oaring catarrh I u by the are of Hyoroel Breathed far a few minutes four or five times a day through a bard rubber Inhaler that It to tmall that it can be carried in the vest pocket Hyomel will I absolitly destroy nil catarrbal germs and oure the dlteaie Penny one of the most reliable Irate In Stanford Swing his per aonal guarantee with overt package of Hyomei h Bells that It will efieet a cure or ha will return the money lie has had score ot reports of remarkable ourea of both acute and chroaie eases of oa tarrh hll1yo81el The complete llyome outat oats tl I iInd comprises an inhaler a bottle of and a dropper The Inhaler will tart a lifetime and additional bottles of Hvomei can be obtained for SOc U the test case of Dr J D Collins against the County Clerk atCovington Special Judge W H Maekoy decided that the now registration law of Ken I tuqky Is unconstitutional and enjoins I t the County Clerk from Issuing the reg istration blank lie holds that the act disqualifies a person from voting An i appeal will be taken In the case at once j In Praise of Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarahoea 1 Remedy Allow me to ijivo you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr John Hamlett cf Kaglo Pass Texas I suf fered one week with bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicine without gt Unit any relief when my friend Mr 0 f Johnson a merchant hero advised mo to take this remedy After taking one dose I left greatly relieved and when I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands of mankind For sale by all Drug lats William G Rich former governor of 9 New Mexico ladcec HUSTONVILLE Mrs Alwlldle Wneelerof Maysvllle Is visiting Mr sad Mrs Cbae Wheel er at the Emporium flats this week Rev Dr Logan of Danvlllo filled the pulpit of Rev W W Bruce ai the Presbyterian church here on Sun day Josiah Bishop and wife have return ed fromtte Worlds Faire wbero they spent a week enjoying the world s greatest show leathe order of the day In the and our farmers are losing no time and are well up with the fall work etf very fine Irish potatoes Star variety on 11 sores of land Spec imen here weigh 17 ounces and over For exchange for a good room modern hotel al It R oroulnlll furnished all complete and making nco per month above expenses For WilliamstAgnes tar of Mr Geo mae was married yet terdav morning at 4 ooloek at the bride home to Mr John mae Mur play of Cater county The bridal par ty left it once for the Worlds Fair W T Tucker has rented the Adams farm and will move In the near future Wm Cloyd has sold his farm known at the Lucas plea near our olty to W B Wright for about 106 oath per acre Possession on or befoe Nov lat nextWork bands excavating a seven foot deep and eight foot wide receptacle for Newton Bros gas machlno on their hotel lot last week struck a small pock et of oil at a depth of six feet a match readily Ignited It and It burned for tome hours and was extinguished to allow the bands to work The large livery stable of Dlowlddle Is nearing completion and rtlllbe ready for occupancy within the next week or 10 days upon the opening of which there will be a spread by the genial proprietors to the traveling public who will take notlso and gar ern tbemtelve accordingly Three Rat plants were told here the past week and other sales are In prose pect The Weatberford House plant will have 76 lights Including two arcs for outside ute The Newtonian Hotel plant will have 30 and the Chat Wheeler Emporium 33 Including one arc each These plants are of tbo latest pattern and will be installed at soon at the roof It oo the building Brick layers galore are with ut at well at hewers of wood and carriers of mortar and the work of erecting two ntgntloant structures for the accom modation of the wayfarer Is going rapidly forward With a delightful clim ate a tine graded school a productive locality second to none sod with hap pines and prosperity evidenced upon every hand we ask you to come to the West Bart of old Lincoln and watch us rebuild the old town Into a metropolis of business activity ere the snow falls Reports from mess county convene dons held In the Third district Saturday to select delegates to the district convention to nominate a democratic candidate lor Congress show a close race between N A Porter and J M Richardson Porter has 46 Instructed votes and Richardson has 40 of wblub the seven votes In Allen and nine In Todd are contested by Porter The eight votes of Simpson county were In straoted for B J Hobdy gas Richard P Ernst chairman of the republican State central committee leaned a call for a meeting of ibo com mtttce to be held tomorrow 21st at Somerset when the llth district com mittee wllloanvatt the returns of tho HuntorEdwardt prlmarv The com mlttee will supervise the count and be prepared to take any action that may be deemed desirable It looks like Hunter It up against It Has Sold a Pile or Chamberlains Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Horn 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 McElhlnoy Llnton Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and Is pleoiant to take Formic by all Druggists Measra W A Flint formerly of Lincoln county and C C Williams both now of Hoopeston III wero lu this city yesterday They say they I aro the only hot democrats in their voting precincts which Is Speaker Cannons district Lexlnci ton Democrat r The seven banks in Barren county had 8700000 on deposit September 1 which Is now the day for listing prop erty for taxes Well bet a 10cent glcger cake to a plugged nickel the total amount of cash listed for taxa ton li not S18POro jlaegow Times NEWS NOTES IPrloce Herbert Bismarck died at Frledrlohsruhe after a long Illness Fire at East St Louts destroyed the big Board warehouse valued at 150000 Flro at Chester Pa destroyed a manufacturing plant valued at 1300000 I Forest Ores In Montaca about Ana conda are still sweeping all before them Ernest Zoeller one of the oldest and i beet known musicians In Louisville died suddenly I Henry Rldgely president of the Farmers Bank of Delaware at Dover died of blccoughi Fire at the Michigan City Ind prison destroyed five fivestory build loge valued at 1100000 Tbo Breaker one of the finest summer hotels on the North Pacific coast was destroyed by fire Seaman CeoU Clay Yourig was swept over board from the battleship Mid souri during a gale and drowned Joseph Llcnhart assistant engineer at a Cincinnati brewery was Instantly killed by the bursting of a cylinder beadWilliam S Me K hilt found in a Ma non led hospital confessed to steal tall 190000 worth of jewelry In New YorkDavid L Ford a rural free delivery mall carrier was struck by a freight train just out aide of Knoxville and In stantly killed A distillery cashier was held up the streets of Peoria III by three 00I known then and robbed of a satchel containing 12700 Seven thousand men are idle at Pull man 111 as tbe result of the closing down of the Pullman Car Works for an Indefinite period St Louie day at tbe World Fair broke the record for attendance It Is estimated that at least 335000 people were on the grounds In a clash between the sophomores and freshmen of Purdue University at Lafayette led 30 students were Injured some of them seriously Twenty thousand sawlogs are rotting in the bed of tbe Kentucky river bee tween Wbltesburg and lu head wait tog for a tide to move them Two men believed to be member of the gang of train bandits that held up tbe Rock Island express were arrested between Brighton aud Wayland Ja The authorities at Mayfleld are wag leg an unrelenting war against Illicit liquor venders In that place Fines In tbe sum of 11000 have been assessed against violators within the past week Mist Bculo Roberts a prominent young woman of Anniston Ala who was found badly beaten under a vacant house died of her Injuries The case Is mysterious and an otllclal Investiga tion Is being made Tbe Jail at Huntsvllle Ala Is guard ed by two companies of State militia for the purpose of preventing the liber ation of persons Indicted by a special grand jury for participation In the lynching of a Negro Senseless census figures show ther- are 1100 divorced persons In Louis yule The dally papers of that wicked city alto slow that there aro still quite a number of persons tbero who ought to be divorced or killed Henry E Amellng dismissed from Government service charges that at least half of the Louisville letter car rlere are In debt as a result of cam paign assessments and tbe high rates on loans charged by local companies Frank ODoonell an 18 year old clerk who had disappeared from Brooklyn under the charges of forgery and embezslement amounting to 125 000 was arrested at Brighton Beach where bo was running a book on the racesNineteen Indictments have been turned against alleged participants in the lynching of a Negro at Huntsville Ala When two of the defendants were arraigned for a preliminary hear log tbe unusual scene of tbe militia In a civil court room was witnessed something which has not occurred there since the reconstruction period One can draw his own conclusions from these figures In 1800 the Sep tember election In Vermont resulted In a plurality of US 301 for the republi cans In 1000 In was 31312 and this year It Is about 31000 In 1800 the September election In Maine gave the repub licans a plurality of 48377 In 1000 it was 34132 and In 1004 It Is 27000 y Sour Stomach When the quantity of foul taken Is too largo or the quality too rich tour stom neb in likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been weakened by tooIreelyof between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of tlTo stom ach after eatlngtike ChamberlalnsStotn ach and Liver Tablets and the sour atom ach may bo avoided For sale by all DruggIstsI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Maysvllle Is being flooded wltb counterfeit dollars and halt dollars County Judge B L Lltsey appointed Robert A Marks game warden for Washington county Near Louisa Buck Daniels was kill ed by John Leadman The trouble oc curred at a church house A J Shaw has been appointed post matter at Pointer Pulaskl county vice J W Spears removed Hobert Page a farmer was fatally shot this afternoon oo his farm near Milton Kv by Charles King a neigh borArmour k Co have sold tbelr pro duce houtesln Western Kentucky and Southern Indiana and will abandon tbe fieldGeorge Catlett clerk of tbe branch penitentiary at Eddyvllte died at his home near Eddyvllle after a long Ill nets Unknown thieves broke Into tbe clothing store of Center S Co at Dan vlllo making way with a large quanti ty of goods Milburn Baker aged 22 years of Payette county was killed while hunt Ing and it Is a question whether the death was the result of an accident or suicideThe jury In the case of Floyd Hilton charged with tbe murder of tbe Bray brothers at Jclllco August 20 return ed a guilty verdict and Imposed tbo death sentence Avery Freeman charged with kill leg W S Bryant In Pulaski last Aug ust was arrested In Tennessee and brought to Somerset A reward of 1300 was offered for him Newton Cox of Terre Haute has so far proved to be the star of the State golf tournament now In progress at Richmond He administered a defeat to Elmer of Richmond who was thought to be able to land the championship Judge Carroll In tbe Franklin circuit court rendered a decision upholding the Frankfort brick street ordinances and enforcing the payment of contrac tor Brawner by property owners The suite aggregate many thousand dollars The trial of Tlcky James Bach at Mt Sterling on toe charge of false swearing In tbe JettWhlte murder trial at Cynthlana resulted In his ace quittal The cases against Ed Callaban and B F French on the charge were Immediately called Tbe case against Ed Callahan and B F French for perjury In the Jett White case at Cynthlana Is now on trial at Mt Sterling A C Adams who was convicted of perjury at Cyn tblana waa oo the stand for tbe Commonweal b stating that French bargained with him to testify to certain things In tbe JellWhite trial After balloting for seven hours the jury In the case of B F French and Ed Calla ban brought In a verdict of not guilty Lieut Gov Frank W Higgins wa nominates for Governor by tbe New York republican convention at Sarato Timothey Woodruff withdrew from the race and Higgins nomination was made by ac clamatloo The slate ticket wen t through without opposition Edgar M Cullen a democrat was nominated tot Chief Justice of tbe court of appeals Chairman S W Hager has employed Messrs Lewis McQuown and Ell H Brown to represent the democratic party In the suit decided by W H Maekoy of Covlngton who holds tbe present registration law to be uncon stitutional Better Than a Plaster A piece of tUnnel dampened with Chamberlains Paln Balm and bound on the affected patts is better than a plaster for a lame back and for pains In tho side or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a liniment for tbe relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by all Druggists Elbert Hubbard declares that Book er Washington Is the greatest man America has produced ThIs may make Fro Elbertus popular at Tueke gee but not at Sagamore Hill There is a fixed Impression at the latter place that there is one American greater than Booker Washington or any other Washington Louisville Times A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die anan t ng for life 13 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds W II Brown of Lecsvllle Indendurcd deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief andsoon cured him He writes J noir sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption pneumonia bron chltis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 11 Trial bottles free at Peonys Drug Store The court ot Appeals has convened for the September terni OUR new goods for Fall are arriving daily and now Is the time to come In and get a took at them just to find out what Is going to be worn e Ta o mILLER Danville IU THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills As an evidence of the superiority of the Supe rior Drill there arc 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 Disc Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Conning Zero Weather I In Time of Peace Prepare For War Dont roast your shins and freeze your back this Winter but let me in stall a warm Air Furnace that will keep your rooms comfortable the same temperature all over and use 50 per cent less fueIRoofing Guttering Filters Puriips and Plumbing Phone 116 S H ALDRIDCE Depot Street Stanford Ky Tlje Straightest Road Is The Shortest Road s If you want pure drugs como to us FIRST We understand what purity is and how es sontial it is in our business Wo dont toler ate adulterations or makeshifts Tho desire to have our goods pure and tho 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 CraiffjPharmacisl Stanford Kentucky school supplies find school BOOKS aaae ssaaes W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD ti 1THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALTON t t DEMOCRATIC TICKET t Per PrmidttU ALTON BROOKS PARKER I eJ New York Per Vice Pruidtnt HENRY G DAWS of Wtt ntTfetVi For Judge Fifth Appellate tiitrict JUDGE JAMES E CAXTRL Of Georftlotnt For Conpreav IGEORGE G GILBERT of SMby fl THIS Is what Judge Alton B Park er has to say about Rough Rider f Roosevelt In encloslnc a letter to the compilers of the democratic campaign handbook and which goes to show what kind of material he IB made oft I hasten to beg you to see to it that there Is no word in it that reflects upon- the personal honor and integrity President Roosevelt An Evenln Post editorial Indicates that but little Icarewas taken In that direction ward myself by the compiler of th Republican text book but let there be Itnorejoinder In kind or otherwise fl feel confident that you need no remind er Btlll my anxiety Impels me to een this caution it THE republicans are welcome to i1wbatconsolation they can get out of election Complete returns show their plurality to be 27130 which I ie a net democratic gain of 6266 The republican vote was Increased 15 per cent the democratic over 40 The t democratic game are la the manufacturing centres the republican Increate is mainly in the backwoods The dem ocrats gain seats In both branches of the Legislature The reault Is more than gratifying to the democrats who get much more than they expected THINK of the political nececeeslty of being compelled to ask for an honest count of votes east by republicans In a republican district in making choice for a Republican nominee for congress In an election managed al together by republicans An honest count from such a source The very idea Is preposterous and physically impossible If republicans in Kentucky thus refuse to give an honest count for each other what have democrat to expect at their hands when the factions are combined SINCE 1876 Indiana has gone In pres idential elections four times republi can and three times democratic The average republican plurality In the years It carried the State was 13410 When the democrats carried It the av erage plurality was 6384 The demo cratic prospects this year are more flattering than for a long time THE executive committee of the 8th Congressional District has been called together by Chairman J Norton Fitch for to day for the purpose of declaring Hon G G Gilbert the democratic nominee for Congress ID this dletrlctI no other candidate having entered The meeting will take place at Nlcho laevlllltSENATOR A P GORMAN of Mary land has consented to act in an advisory capacity la the management of the National campaign for president Good He Is the greatest political general known in politics today aDdI Judgo Parkers chances for election will grow brighter every dayITHE democratic State campaign committee decided to open the cam paign all over the State on Oct 3 Senators McCreary and Blackburn and probably democrats from other States will be among the speakers on the first dayISPEAKING of pension executive orders Roosevelt has a tine chance toI make more republican votes by extending the system of government to the men constructively wounded in the third battle of MaDaseast WIIILE writing his letter of accept ance Roosevelt sought most strenuously to avoid actually loeertlDgItI am the republican party and all that there is In government In fact I am it GEORGE GOULD Is said to have paid 5000 for a genuine British bull dog Even that Is a far better bargain tbanI the one Anna Gould made when she bought a French count I IItDONT squeeze your waists tooilgbt said a lecturer before a congregation of dressmakers And the girl thought him right because that is mans work POLITICAL W R Thornbury Is a candidate for the Legislature In Marlon county It Is announced that Judge Parkers letter bf acceptance will be publishe- September 26- Democratic District Elector Ree Embry of Danville spoke at Law renceburg yesterday J H Lackey of Trlgg county wa nominated for Congress In the First district by the Populists at Paducab National Chairman Taggart la in conference at Indianapolis with Demo crests leaders from all over Indiana Senator C W Fairbanks opened tha republican campaign in West Virginia speaking to about 5000 people at Park- erbur The republicans of Kenton county hays nominated County Attorney Chas W Youngblut for circuit judge against Judge A S Berry democrat- It Is announced that former Vic President Adlal E Stevenson will- make a number of speeches In favor of the democratic national ticket The democratic executive committee has named Saturday Nov 20 for a election to nominate a full ticket for county offices In Mason Hon Henry G Davie the democrat ic nominee for Vice President return ed to his home in Elkin W Va after a stay of several days Jn New York The Democrats of New York will meet tomorrow in convention at Saratoga to nominate a State ticket So far therels no definite Idea as to who will head the ticket postmastetr amonggoperators of the country died on the Pltteburge a wise theIcampaigndA prominent Democrat of Cincinnati who has just returned from the East says Hon John G Carlisle probably will make some campaign speeches In Kentucky including one or two in his old district the Sixth The democratic committee of the Eleventh judicial district met at Lob anon and declared Hon Isaac HThur man the democratic nominee for cir cult judge to fill out the ucexplred term of the late Charles Patterson Bill Owens opened his campaign for congress In Louisville to an audience of t0 white men the rest of the 81 being negroes and office holders The accidental oneterm congressman Is euro always to remain so Lexington DemocratSam Pugh was nominated for Con grew In the Ninth District by the Republicans In convention at Cynthiana over J R Bennett by a vote of 120 to 112 Tbo Bennet supporters claim they were run over by the officeholders In the district ADDITIONAL LO ALIAGENT J S RICE sold 22 tickets to Cincinnati SundayIREAD the statement of the Cumber land Telephone Telegraph Company on our second pages CHARLES ENSSLIN at Ottenhelm Is prepared to saw out some bills of lum ber on short notlceItHON N D MILES of Nlcbolasvllle the republican nominee for Congress J In this district paid this office a callItoday Mr Mlles Is n very gentleman Miss LELIA CARTER a graduate of the Commercial College of Kentucky University will Instruct a class in shorthand beginning Sept 10 Those desiring to enter the class may see Miss Carter at the Graded School building or address her at Stanford after the above date Rates reasonable HAMILTON News cones from Lancaster tbat Mr Ike Hamilton aged about 75 years died of dropsy He was splendid old gentleman and had le gions of friends who regret to hear of his death At the time of his death he was running the Hamilton House He was an uncle of County Attorney J 1 Hamilton and leaves several children TIlE Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign offer of rte Sunday and dally edition from now until after tho November election for II This is about- a cent a copy and Is not only the cheapest dally you can get but the bet dem ocratlojrgn you can read during the present campaign This office will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must invariably accompany it Moses aged 83 years and for several years coroner of Garrard county and the nominee of the democratic party for reelection died Friday night at Lancaster He was a splendid old citizen and was loved by all who knew him sad ho was frleDdCtUncle childrenarehlsashes x MATRIMONIAL BoxleeI morrow L J Tarter 21 and Miss Hetty M i Murphy 16 will be married at Marlon Murphys Thursday David Young 21 and Miss Mary Thompson 17 were married at Rev gend Daldto say wedding of Miss Bessie E Carson Carsonsbut now reside In Oklahoma This morning September 14th 1904 at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J E Carson occured the wedding of Prof A K Gosaom and Mies Bessie E Carson At the morning hour of 938 these estimable young people appeared be fore a circle of near relatives and Rev S H Parvln of the Presbyterian church with a brief and appropriate ceremony pronounced them husband and wife These friends are well an andltom has for the past two year been pubI alIHot Springs Arkansas His host of friends here will wish him abundant success as he takes charge of the schools in that city Miss Carson is fa vorably known In this community having resided in this city a number of years She Is a young woman of excellent Christian character of many accomplishments of a winning dispo sition and will make beautiful the home over which she has been called to preside Their many friends will wish them prosperity and great happi ness In their new home Mr and Mrs Goisom took the morning train at 1023 for Hot Springs Ark Those attending the wedding from a distance were Mr Miller Mr Zic T Miller and Miss Sallle Green Only Did His Duty as He Saw it I deem it my duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wiley Park the wellknown merchant and post master at Wiley Ky I have beth sell ing 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 toy knowledge one single dose has cured a severe attack of diarrhoea and I pod tively know that it will cure the flux dysentery You are at liberty to use this testimonialas you please Sold by all Druggists A negro was taken from the Sheriff on the public highway near Royston Ua by a mob and lynched for killing I a young white ma- nBucklensArnica I Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cure It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for cuts corns burns boils sores felons ulcers tetter rheum fever sores chapped hand skin eruptions infallible for piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at Pennys the druggist Typhoid fever is almoat epidemic at I Winnipeg Manitoba SAWMILL COMPLETE FOR SALE 1 bate a complete taw mill running land la good order for sale 25 hore power boiler and engine Will tell at a bargain e ill take small and I will Uke In lining J LJOUNSONAptIUD Nice Home For Sale I I wish to sell privately the splendid real dcnce on Logan Avenue Stanford which bat juit been completed lies four largo roomiwlde ball Rood dining room and bath room li a woIory one ana it Idetea UQIlIoIUf- Dripping Springs Spoars Fishor Mfr A delightful Bummer retort Splendid table reasonable rates butt water In tbe country Write for particulars 1ottefllte Dripping Sprlngt Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary it open all tbe year for the treatment of and chronic dlieatet and for con lroeachdatonal blllt due when tervlcet are rsadered and mutt to pUld promptly Miwau saloon ICOOD It RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous lime Iran hoer Gate keg and bottled 0 Brent Soutbwood mixer Phone 16 Stan ford Ky E D Peyton IDJALElt IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford JEVERYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my lile I feel confident in saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures ind dlrectont I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bu me y price are the same as inex buslneasPaloand other eulllD I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Think you for past favors I am yours II C ROPLEY the Tail- orUMBRELLAS andRecovered and repaired made almett at good at new for a small amount 1 can fix your umbrella better than tbe tramp repairers and for leu money Give roe a tr FKAXK Arts Stanford RaA JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office In Men Home Parlor Phone II All arrangements have been perfect ed at San Francltco for the reception and entertainment of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Telephone Growth The Cumberland Telephone it Telegraph Company has issued n stato of its business for tho month of August nod tlw growth In the num of subscribers is shown as follows Number subscribers Aug 1 1004 113528 Number added during month 34 x Number discontinued during month 2011 Not Increase 577 Total numbor subscribers Aug 31 1004 11J10 DR a H MURRA- YOPUTUALMOLOGIST I use no medicine in milking examination of the eyes Correct all defects or refraction with perfect adjusted glasses and guarantee satisfac tion provided you follow instruction or refund the money Will be at St Asaph Hotel Sat Sep 24 Dr Eah Murray 1 Ophthalmologist Home Office With Murray McAdarnsi Danville Ky a T Grand Leadert 1 AB n special inducement to start Fall trading we oiler tho bat branda of Calico nil 60 n yard Heavy unbleached cot tonI yard wide 5o a yaril Good heavy ehlruegat flc ft t yard Men every day shoes wild II pair Ladies solid shoes n pair JJxtrn honvy and well made awns pants 88c a pair Moue ImW ro tilargld0 nUll 83 foods Wfie each Good heavy utlag It n yard fill colors We are wcolriiig dully now 111 goods in tha dree 1ItRIM fcoisery Urea r satinclothing departments THE GRAND LEADERt tMde EVERYTHING In the way of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Can be found at PENNYS DRUG STORE i StanfordKy i jIsWlUt a ran line of Clothing Dry woods Dress Gouda Notions Sloe Like Good sold cheaper titan you ever beard of tissue IH many caws you can namo tho pries anti fctkt tto goods Gull and iu whist wo hart got Our prices will surprise you i S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY fairTheones by the erection of a suitable I Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the best material rrand of per feet workmanship We carry stock of Monuments Marker and KentuckyLettering t f iNone better None cheaper WM ADAMS ISON Lexington KyI f I TO TilL FARMERS I v r This is the proper season to put up WOVEN WIRE FENCE Wo sell THE AMERICAN the best matte Call and see us before buying your fence w E Perkins q Yr I Crab Orchard KyI w At 1C we have seated eno more lot of- ipso tottl Buttons atie per dos Peet lively not more than 0 doe to a customer At 10 cents joo dlen Ocean Pearl Knob Buttons in three slice that usually sell j at ly to and asc doyen as long as they last at too per doien 5 Cents for Chiffon Collar Foundations usually sold at 10 cents We also have a new fancy velvet for covering tame at 10 cents a yard 25 Cents 65 Black Corset the kind that sell at joe only ajc We will have no more of these after this lot is gone 15 Cents buys a girls nice school cap We bought a sample line of 15 to SOC goods Your choice for 150 I t UBKOUK you have your Fall painting iJooe remember that we have Mlxe3urge line ot Mastic Ready Paint and ask you to see our list oft wpiUr colors Price II per italian Penny Drug Store PERSONALS MRS J S OWSLBY bat been tick MRS M J MILLUR bal taken rooms the Veranda BLBOSOK BAILEY was here yester from Liberty Dn W B PBNNY of Danville was wltb relatives MRS B G POX of Danville le wltb f per titter Mrs J 0 Lynn RICHARD HAMPTON went down to Lebanon Junction Saturday Gao D FLOUBNCE spent several days at Georgetown with friends oil R BON U Klux BOURKB of New Cattle joined his wife bere Friday MRS M N SWRRNRY amid little Lo rains Campbell are vtiltlm at Mask o ttOPHBNIA YOUNG of Due West B O U the guest at Mn John Bright Jr MRS U KIRBY BOURNE U the guest I Winchester JMr Nancy Rajrlan MClure at t MB8SR8 8T HARRIS J S Hooker r and P Reid spent several b1 at run too on business MR J A OilAJ r BLL lie wife and Nancy J Oaks are taking In tbe Fair MR H L WBLLS and daughter this Myrtle of the Bast Iliad were In Otnalnnatl Sunday i Missus JANIB AND MATTIB WALK r BK of Garrard are the fIt of Mr andMrs J C Hays Mns SI ALLEN cad children re tamed to Mlllertbarg Friday alter a protracted visit here w REV R B MAHONY of Stanford WI In this oily on buitndti yesterday Lexington Democrat MR AND MRS W P LAWUBNCB of Lebanon arc with the family of W T B White of the Ran Bod Miss CARRIB DUNN of Stanford Is visiting tbe Misses Huao on Vernon Journal of Van Wlrt 0 has returned and le cow with Mr ClIo Drown a1 trimmer MORRIS PERKINS of Orab Orchard spent several days In Olnelnnatl buy log good for bll father store MRS W M BRIOIIT sod daughter Miss Fannie Bright of Normal III ore with the family of Mr W M e BrightMR Pox DUDDBRAR an efitolent en gineer of the L ta N wltb headquar ter at Louisville Is hero on a visit to bls parent MiSSBS PBARL BURNSIDB and Mattie Han Owiley left yesterday for the Worlds Fair They will join a party from Lebanon MRS JAMBS MCOINNIS and pretty daughter Miss Clyde MiGinnfs of 4 I Danville spent Sunday with Miss Poly v ly Duano Traylor I BORN to tbe wife of Mr William Pepples a son Gatowood Welch Pep pies being named for the late Col Welch and Mrs Welch MISSES ISAUBL AND KSTBLLK WALKBR ot Garrard were hero yes terday between trains en route to r Princeton Ky and Holly Springs Miss respectively- MISS LINDA MILLER returned Sat V urday from a protracted stay In Mil lourl She will RO to Rome New York In a few days to teach In the oral fccbool there again Miss ALIOB ALCORN left Monday for KOWRunee III to visit relatives JaDd from there she will go to Council Bluffs la where she has a chair In the Deaf k Dumb Institute at that placeMiss JOSEPHINE WARREN left lasts week for Cave Spring Ga where has accepted a chair In a Deaf and Dumb Institute She stopped over In Atlanta with her aunt Mrs Dr W S Elkln for several days MR EDWARD C WALTON of Stan ford was the guest of his brother Mr W P Walton Friday Mr Walton I was en route to Richmond Va to be with his sister Mrs Emma Vaughan for a abort 9lsit He was accompanied by his ton Clalborne WaltonLex ington Democrat GOOD START 1ita nn old adage hut n valuable one Start Rigbt We want to help you start your Pall purchases right and show you the right place to buys by oflbriug come TEMPTING BARGAINS The prices here arc not ovory day prices but special introduction price We want you to como in anti let us introduce to you our immense new Fall stock of Shoes Dry Goods Underwear IJlnnkote Ac This sale begins j4 Y MORNING 23 H d L L q STcE3JaTWE SON srrANFOED II IHEINTERIURJUURNALSrAN1oltn 1at IMI96 1Air 1nenueSometlet EXCEEDINGLY SEPT MB J A ALLEN is 111 ROUT L SAILKBU In Lexington J K PORTMAN wen to Loulivllli yesterday MISS ANNIE DUNN went to Danvlll yesterday EHNF6T WAnitBN ol Mlddleiboro II here with relatives Mn MJ IIOKTMAN of WlllUmi burp spent several days bore COL T W GUEST of Crab Orchard spent several days In Lexington MRS SALLIE BIIIP JAN of Button vllle spent sdveral days with Mrt W O Speed Mn Abu MRS SAM TAT JI of Oral Orchard arc with relatives at Hnrrl man TenD MR OIIAHUIS L OnOWS friend will be Kind to know that be Is recovering from a severe case of tvpbolc fever Mica WM SEVERANCE and Mltl Ophelia Lackey are attending the State convention of the Christian church at Winchester T n DBWiTT of Butler led bal been the guest of the family of Asses err M 0 Reynolds at Wayoetburc for several days M IBS BS IDA AND WILLJB BBLU UOLTKCLAW have rtturnod home alter a pleasant visit to friends In Wloebes tor and Lexington s MR JAJ1Es0 Rio took his llitli nephew and nloee Francis and Mary D Jonei as far as Louisville yesterday on their way to St Louis Mils A a DLWand little barley and Nancy returned yesterday from a protracted visit to relatives In Kansas City They also took tD the Worldi Fair LOCALS STAMPING done by Mr Leslie Car terSOuTRnouNu pasiencer No 23 wa an hour sod a hall late today WANTED wlilto nurse for an Invalid Mrs Hugh Reid Stanford FALL newedd beautiful Call and see them Misses Straub Fon SALB 100 barrels of lime at T0c per barrel E T Pence Co LOST diamond eardrop Liberal re ward Mrs Annie Oolttclaw Stanford LOST a black worsted coat between W Q Boone and F Dlshon on Ot tenhelm pike A A Orutcb old THOSE having aolaimiealnit the ei tate of Edward Carter deceased wl present tame properly verified to J H Baughman Kxecator at once 2t SATUTUAY oept 24 Is the last day for flllpc olalm against Lincoln county for the October term which begins Oct 4 Oeo B Cooper county clerk TUB farmers are all rejoicing at tbe good rains that have fallen since Sun day and now wheat towing will be on In earnest All things come to those who walt LOST between Gapand Stan ford a black leatherbound Latin look with Rev Peter Brolntnerer name In gold letters on back Reward Leave at this ortluc nON JOHN BOTTS of Shelby will speak here Friday Sept 30 at 130 l MM In tbe Interest of the Kentucky Tobacco Growers Attoolatlnn Mr J S Murphy tells us Mil JACK HUTSBLL of the National Biscuit Co Cincinnati was hero Sat urday distributing tome nice Graham crackers among the town people which were very delightful TUB Democratic County Committee of Lincoln county is hereby called to meet at the court houses In Stanford Ky on Saturday Sept 2ltb at 2 V M for the purpose of fixing the dates of the primary election J F Hold am Chairman ATTENTION 0I thing should bo done to the St Aeaph Creek In order to keep down typhoid fever and wo respectfully ask Mayor Florence and the city council to look to that end The stench is something awful and should be attended to at once POLICE COURVIII1nm was fined 15 Saturday for disorderly conduct In Judge Trlbbles court Pleas Baker was also fined 120 and costs for the same offense Both are white Frank Richards colored was fined f10 and caste for drunkenness and dltor derly conduct A I FRIDA TRAVELING men say Klngtvllle Ie the place to get an easy shave LOST Wagon sireon Somerte pike A G Hoffman FLOUR II getting a high as a aate back on account of the price of wheat Sous thief got Intohelarder of W W Bays tail week and stole a fine old bam DONT fall to JohnP Jones big embroider sale this week Rest hll ad THEY are beginning to rebuild Fair- vIew Baptist church at Hall Gap Mr A A Cratobfleld tells us TUB Misses VanDeveer have move their millinery store to the store of Mrs Bessie Saunders In front of tbe Covey House- MILLINERY OPBNINo Saturday Sept S4tb of street hate The ladle of Stanford and vlalnlty are Invited to call Oleo W Brown XOTICB Those election sere wbi served at tbe May primary lQOSare earnestly requested to return tbe key to the ballot boxes and tbe electIon seals Dont fall to attend to this at once J 7 Holdam chairman 4 ATTHNTWN TO COAL CONSUMERS 1 Buy your ooal from C R Coleman and says 116 to 136 per ear Best New DIa mood and Manchester block coal f o b car Stanford Rowland and May wood Qe per bushel Weight and qual Ity guaranteed This price Is good for 90 day only Phone 71 2t M D HUGHES uooldman of Lancaster Is doing some IPlen did writeups for candidates In varlou counties under the head of Candidate Mirror Its an Idea of Mr Hughes and the way it le taking amoni the candidate it mutt be a good one Mt Vernon Signal Ha le doing iplen didwork In Lincoln jutt now STORB IONNRDLast Tbursda night Penny store was robbed Some scoundrel prized an troD bar from thr cellar window and gained entrance to the store room the cash register bolni left open at night the thief got abou 12 86 In tmatl change Stanford ough to have a night police maD by1I mean as It is too much on one policeman to stay up night and day growing that Itt population is beginning to spread out over all the vacant tote Journal The woodchucks remark Is In order Som erect haint grown over 100 In popula lion in the last 10 years INTERI01 JOURNALWhy Walton There been over 100 babies born in Somerset within the past 00 day and still theres more ti follow Somerset Journal Where end when To FRBK DBLIVKRY PATRONS Postmaster Florence asks us to agate for the benefit of tbe patrons along the rural free delivery route tbe follow Ing Patrons living southeast Stan ford will please address their mall R F D No 1 Stanford Ety To the pa trons along Route No2 northwest of Stanford will address their mall R F D No2 Stanford Ky To those South of Stanford bavo your mall ad Jresifed R F D No 3 Stanford Kv and tbe same will come to your box dally except Sunday Mall matter cannot be delivered to persons on route Inside of city limits and Inside i mile 3f villages where aU S post jftlce le established AT a me etingof the candidates for tbo various olllces In Lincoln county meld pursuant to the call 01 county chairman J F Holdam at the court louse at 2 P M Saturday Sept 17th Mr J F Holdam was elected chair nan and R M Newland secretary OD motion of W A Carson It was de tided by a vote of 11 to 0 to bold a prl nary election for the purpose of noml mating candidates for ofllces In tbe month of December 1904 and Chairman J F Haitian was directed o call the county committee together Rod fix a date sometime within the aonth of December lOOt for the above itated purpose Some of the candl dates were not present at the meeting tut tbe month selected for tbe primary eems to be a satisfactory one to all oncerned The candidates were all bellolnlbatlatlng candidates at the same time lying the democrats a chance to vote for their choice for the different coun ty offices w T1 PRIMARY SATURDAY DEC 3 The 18th Democratic Senatorial Dlitrlci Commltteecompoted of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey counties met at Danville yesterday at 10 oclock A M wltb all the committeemen preecnt pursuant to a call of District Chairman J F Hotdam of Lincoln for the pur pose of fixing a time add manner In which the election shall be held After discussing tbe matter thoroughly the committee decided atene least calcula clan possible it would CUlt 1300 to the county tberefore the entrance fee war fixed at 112001000 each there being only two candidates Messrs R L Hubble and M F Elkln contesting for tbe noollnatlon The entrance fee shall be paid la by Nov IS 1004 to the chair man of the district committee and In case there should be only one candidate on Nov 18 1004 before the primary then tbe committee Is to be reconvened and tbe candidate declared the nomi nee Each county committee la tbe district selects Its own election ofllcerj from lists furnished by the candidates Mr Charles F Montgomery of Casey was made secretary of the committee Tbe meeting was harmonious through out and the action of the committee is perfectly satisfactory allt gives every democrat In the district the right to vote for his choice TUB board ot election commission ers for Lincoln county which is com posed of M S Baughmao chairman J T Embry secretary and J F Cum mini met Friday afternoon and ap pointed tbe following gentlemen to serve at the registration Oct 1 and at tbe November election Stanford No 1George T Wood dem judge James Wilmot darn sheriff W L Dawson rep judge B J Luce rep Stanford clerkIdam judge iff J L Totten rep clerk C Vanoy rep Judge Stanford No ac V Gentry dem judge E D Pennlngton dem sheriff John EllU rep clerk J N Vanbook rep Judge Stanford No4Tom Pence dem Judge Craig Goocb dem sheriff Tbo Ferrill rep judge Wm Cord ler rep clerk Crab Orchard No iWard Moore dem judge R H Bronaugb dam sheriff J T Chadwlok rep cleric H H Logan rep judge Crab Orchard No2Joe Magee demo judge S M Chandler dem shunt K D Noakes rep clerk Joe Oakt rep judteIdem judge W S Drye dew sheriff John Myers rep judge W R Wil liam rep clerk- Huttonvllle No 2Joe Williams dem judge Page Wolford dew sher iff Sum Batiln rep judge Grant North rep clerk- Hunonvllle No 3 Sam H Helm dem judge James Cash dem clerk Jameo Ben Havens rep judge S R Walls rep sheriff- Wayneiburg No lJ M Camden dem judge W F Camden dem olerk W A Horton rep Judge Jon KoonU rep sheriff- Waynesburg No2C M Thompson dem judge O G Baker dem clerk F M Howe rep judge Tobe Jeffries rep sheriff Waynenbure No 3D R Adams dem judge Tim W Hutchison dew sheriff M S Battln rep Judge E G Baugb rep clerk For Sale and Rent I On account of tlI health I wilt quit farm log and desire to sell n1 of my stock ic on THURSDAY OCT 6 1901 Ten milk cows and calves S brood mares some No1 mule colts u lot of hogs some 1000 pound steers 25 or 30 nice ewes a good buck Corn oats hay wheat and every- thIng goes Household and kitchen furnl lure Farm situated on Stanford A Huston vllle pike opposite J B Murphy It B McKINNEY McKlnney PUBLIC SALE I Having determined to change my bust mess I will on- SATURDAY OCTOBER IS 1001 tell my farm of RIO aore of good bottom and The farm Is onu of the best ID that locality being adopted to corn wheat and tats Thls farm lies four mlle South of Tab Orchard and two miles worth of Slum Sulphur near the road leading from Crab rchard to Ilrodhcad ThIs U a good tobat- co farm as It has been tried by a Virginia obacco rater Jt has a No1 dwelling on- t a good barn and a never failing spring rear the house Rave also a lot of person lty Horses cattle hogs crop of corn 3 tacks of hay 1 two horsd wagon Farming consisting of gear and racon harness 1 cook stove dressers and ledsteads Many other tiling too numerous to mention Term made known or day of ale Everybody tnlted Oura W SulphurKy Col J P Chandler Auct r jj l 10 Cents buys a boys or girls axe heavy ribbed school hose Regular 150 grade Mothers cant afford to miss this 25 Cents choice of a lot of Sac Chatc lain 15 Cents for Childrens 2jc Chalelains 4 Cents We will offer in this sale i 000 yards of good fancy calicoes at only 40 You wont find these again this sea son for dresses and comforts 4 4 Cents We have all grades of apron ginghams but you cant afford to miss this one at 4c While you are taking advantage of this dollar swapping sale look at the new goods skirts dress goods waist good percales gioghams armures bouretts galateas belts neckwear Juliet and lace collars bags hair pins comb yarns petticoats HMlKfl 6 t- Our entire line of Embroideries from the heavy Cambric edge and insertion to the fine Dainty Nainsook and Swiss work will be of fered you this week at less than COST prices but we positively will not furnish you more of these goods at any future time at the SALE PRICE This is your opportunity Dont miss it or you will regret it when you learn how cheap they so- ldJohn P Jones THIS IS SCHOOL WEEK w Oe At our Store anda treat it will be for the boys I Things to- see in every Department Clothes to tryon and a Souvenir for nil who pay us n visit We ran fit thorn out with everything they need for threo months to come from good serviceable SCHOOL SHOES STOCKINGS CAPS ETC to a suitit PERFECTION CLOTHING Boys como to sea ue + wssaw CUMfllNSMCLARY CRITERION You know what it te thirdly a man in the county who lips not worn one or iorej CRITERION Suits There is not a line of Clothing Jumiie today more uurvaKnlly worn and bet ter suited to the Kentucky trado than the CRITERION They nro inn cluBS unto tnojneolvcs when it comes to fitting about the JUU3AST NECK w 11 and SIIODDERS Ourjtook is in i Look at it H J McROBBRTSStanford Kentuckyii TilEINTER1QRJOURNAJnuered I a1 uIJndclall matter pab17 ahdTuaad Ya a ad7Yda- r 4 31 PER YEAR CASH M Whsn not loptldssaOO wlU bechan4 0- e KNOXVILLE DIVISION 21 Train going North 1a PID ii n 230 aID oaIIa 25 H II South 1Z 17 aID Kotae I trtsp ID NEW LIVERY STABL- Es f BUHSB k S3N rr ri JUNCTION CITY KYP- ltstOlass e Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale J H IOONE t COI Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE t Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dele In Coal Jesse W Sweeney rnoraiETon Livery Food and Salo StaTilo r KyIHorses wellfed Up tow date rigs at reasonable rates Dar1 Tratjlor DIALIR 19 WHISK Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter 010a to DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt andpoIltuneotion Nothing but the beI to ddok Mall phone cr order recelvt Drampt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens partolst doors glass tables chain wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds Iprlags mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffonier foldlnrbeds washing machines wring era wall paper carpet paper trunks tele copes carriage paint house paint curtaIn stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 COF Roal Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see asWe have a number ot flue Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell lace It In our bands Office at Boones Livery Stable Stanford Ky I R B Mdliony Insurancefluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of Mncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Kire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLIne Com panies represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not boweland liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Medi is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of Black Draujht Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser buy a a cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers ally keep niackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga lenn ItooHELLB OA Jan 30 1102 BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine la 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 BROOKINOTON Al R C WARREN Is a undklste for jWge of the Unoetn County Court enbjectto the action of the democratic party JAS P BAILEY LincolnCountyparty THOMAS D NEWALND 6R subjleGEORGE W DeBORD Is a canaldatt for Sheds of Lincoln county subjtct It tnt action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR subjectIJESSE C LYNN toctlonto SAMUEL M OWENS ll a candidate for Shtrlff of Lincoln county subjtct N the action of the democratic putt DINK FARMER subjectlbeto JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tht luaociatlc party W I HERRIN Is a candidate fur Jailer subject to tile action of the Itaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Ie a candidate for Saperlattsdent of rhlNIc Stheoli tf Lincoln County subject q the tctton of tht demo critic party MISS KATE BOGLE U a candidate far Svperiateskltnt of PuWlc Schools sf Lincoln county subject to the action of thi dam cratlcpartyIGARLAND SINGLETON etPublicnon of the D raocr tk party i N if JAMES D ANDERSON ts a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln countysub rct to tbt action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD subject D C ALLEN subJan EMMETT MCORMACK sdJettW A CARSON 11111tecltoE D KENNEY subjecttot JOHN SAM OWSLEY JRI countysdblect RL HUBBLE tItnforof the democratic party A W CARPENTER oftileSEED FOR SALE rBlue Grass Seed and Bred Rye for sale L O Dunn Mt tiiilem Ky Farm For Sale I- On account of Illhealth I desire to sell privately my farm of 170 acres located In edge of Hustonville Good Improvements trait never tailing water sell aiwhole or divide Small house on lower part O fl BARNETT nustonrllle Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AMODBAUBSI FnrnltureMatting8Russ They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give themIa call Fricea right STANFORD KENTUCKY Jc+ McGLMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd HAB1TESS S DDLlBT o Stanford KyJ CHURCH MATTERS Rev O M HUQT Is holding a meet log at Mt Tabor St Johns Evangelical church at Canoelton Ind celebrated Its Snide Jubilee Sunday In the presence of 7000 people at hImItI do not know whether Iwill be able to make any speeches this fall sold former GOT W 0 Bradley in re ply to an inquiry as to how many addresses he would make and where they 1would be delivered I am now on m way from a physicians oftlce My health Is ao good Speechmikini ex cites my whole system I desire to say however that I feel deeply Inter reed In President Roosevelts elec Ion but I shall not Injure my health to take part In the campaign What Is Life In the last analysis nobodyknows but we do know that t is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain re suits Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in consti pation headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjust this Its gentle yet thorough Only 26C- at Penny Drug Store In the case of Sheriff MoInerne y against Circuit Clerk Frank Droego at Coln ton Special Judge J M Lass Ing refused to set aside tbe restraining order Issued against Droege and hold that the law passed by the leaf Legis lature making the circuit clerks In stead of the sheriffs In secondclass cities election commissioners special class legislation and Is therefore un constitutional and void Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute in brief was the condition of an old so diet by name of J J Havens Versailles O For yeas he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doclorsjnor med lefties gave him relief At length hetrIe Electric Bitters It taut him on his feet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney trouble and all forms of Stomach and Dowel Complaints Only roc Guaranteed by Penny the Druggist To tbe Worlds alter via Queen it Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rtnearson G P A Clcclnnatt O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky President Roosevelt has Issued an order for the disarmaments f the Rus elan auxiliary cruiser Lena now In port at San Francisco Tbe vessel will be taken In custody of the United States naval authorities and will be al lowed to make necessary repairs un der supervision the Captain to give a written guarantee that the crueler shall not leave San Francisco until the end of the war This action was taken at the request of the Lena comman der The officers and crew will b paroled not to leave until some under standing Is reached by tbe United States and tbe belligerents COME AND GET YOUR MONEY Liberal Way in which Penny I Sells MlonaNatures Cure for Dyspepsia If Mlona falls to cure you of dyspepsia come back to his store and get your money is the broad and liberal way in which Penny Is gelling MI ona natures cure for dyspepsia A 6Qc box of Mio na contains two weeks treatment and benefit will be seen from amost the first dcso The guarantee means that if Mi ona does not give complete satisfaction the full price paid will bo refunded when the empty boxes returned and covers two boxes There is no other medicine that will compare with Mlona for relieving stool ash trouble Pain and discomfort alter ayesIof indigestion are quickly relieved and permanently cured by Ml ona It Increases the vitality soothes and heals any Internal inflammation and gives tone and strength to the whole system Gossip In Washington Is to the effect that the recent ruling of the treasury department making a change of the customs stamp of Imported cigars was one of the Admlnistratloaes methods of getting even with the American Tobacco Company for its reported contrl button to Judge Parkers campaign fund When troubled wilh constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They are easy to take and produce no griping or othej unpleasant effect For sale by all Druggists PUBLIC SALE I relldencetho Hustonvllle Liberty pike on FlU DAY SEPT 80 test The following property consisting of horses cattle hogs seining house hold and klteheu furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale to begin at 10 M sharp DEO W HIFFE B- R1ustonvle1l y FROM BOBBITT I notice In tbe letter of your correspondent whose first name was that of the afflicted man writing up Boston Concord etc tald the battle of Lex ington was fought June 10 1775 la the language of Ike Stapleton Why didnt ho ax a man that knowed There the Initial ball of the Revolu tlon was Inaugurated April 19 1001 a Lexington MaiaachusetU and ails which some huqter camping at Le legion the Athens this State Virginia was settled b tbeBngllib 1607 New York by thy Dutch 1613 Massachusetts by the Pilgrims 1620 the gallant old Palmet to State by the French Huguenots Buegeoosea noble band of protest ants from the vine clad bill ol France Georgia the leaf of the 13 colonies by unfortunate English merchant under General James Oglethorpe la 1733 wee settled Kentucky was settled principally by Virginians and admitted Into the union 1702 Vermont the year before 1701 What makes the Southern States so far superior to the North ern States In beauty loveliness virtu manhood and chivalry Because sot tied by a superior race of people the I proudest and grandest of too Anglo Saxon race A race lift hoe ever led the way la the arts sciences litera lure government and whose military tread has shaken every continent on tbe face of the globe That Is why it took 313000 of her own people 75000p foreign troop sad 2000000 of north ern troupe four rears to hook so dUIferent nlGiven whose given name I dpa know asked me to contribute a lette a week to the columns of your rem hebdomlnal Journal the best of which permitlThe debate at Watts Chapel We oesday night was a tnagnlflcent atfa Therdd have put eight of the tint tetra In Congressto the top of their mettle in have surpassed them A crowds house with many ladles Next Wed nesday night Columbus will navigate the ocean blue discovering St Salt dor In 1492 and Washington will Bros the frozen Delaware Tbe oratorical pyrotechnic and nautical billows will leap mountain high Everybody Invlt ed generally and ladles especially Hurrah for the nautilus FONTAINE Fox Ootiarrr POSTED trltlyturbIdpassing on our place and will preieoute violators to the full extent of tbe law J Z Snoonarnore T M Holme- H V Newland J B Camenlscb Peter Balmer W H John+oa Mrs Mary Olreni David Stephens DarienaR A Lawrence Frank Oordler ReJnoldaMorpnCharlr Bnstlln U UcAllster tIn Kate Ador Retehenbach Bra + VonOrnentgaoFred o A Se PRICE firffflon Deatit- tRtanord Ky Ol seem UeBabtruDraf Sun In tilt Owtlsj 1J nadlne For Sale Privately My house and 10 acre of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pIke none has 7 rooms kitchen and ser vants room good collar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEV The Calvert Miss Willie 1C Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finncy Ave St Louis IRON FENCECHEAPER THKN VO- ODACXSIneAgt STANFORD KY If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial FOR SALE Ten acre of land a twostory front seven plundIde mill on the place a good crusher and the powerissplendid business Everything is In good outbuildingsTherush of other business rte he Tins extensive propI B0 Thurmond Lytle tit- L t n HcmiKS Stanford Ky 1r I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors J B Paiton OwsjeyrW O Walker oIGee Foster W Carter L O Oooah Cumminse It L Bubble w H Shanks I Successors to The Farmer Hank A Trust Oompaoyand under same management for It years Wa SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Moping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National Bank Of Stanford Krl Capitol Stocks 500001 This Initttutton wai originally established at the J flank In I8JJ ofethe First National Baik of Stanford la ISM having bad practically an unlnter rupte4 existence for n year Jt is better supplied now with tac1Utle tae tratIng business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries andCor poratloas Solicited Officers IMPORT SHIPMENT e ltCups Saucers and Plates ever brought town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of bargainstime Set Cups and Saucers Set Plates 125 and give you 4 Tumblers GEORGE H HARRIS a COt IStanford Kentucky C R McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High Market Price Country Pro duce CeR McCormack Hustonville BD CARTERSuccessor to ruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street Sraxroaa KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection IUGGIES AT COST CASH IIarng decided to quit the buggy bust ness will sell for the nut M days at ca for CAsh a car load of Buggle Surreys Phaetons and Buckboards also a lot of harness They are all the latest style and best make Part of the vehlolM are rub ber tired Dome to tee me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone CURTIS DOVER Grab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE I Nice MttU farm for ale on Usnrllle and Stanford pike SX miles from Btaaford coo talalor se acres ot land Oood yOu arch ard ot two acres with a splendid variety of fruit tree Rood cistern and never trllec springs Locust poet enough to fence a aoo acre fare louse has four rooms kltefcen back IOr h NeeeuaryoutbulldlDItS Etc Coil on or address W I Dawson ntord CHAS JOHNSON LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smiley Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Reasonable Call anti see me Phone At Residence Produce Wanted I egohenbe convinced at H D hortheotts Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I headlDgolumberprice at Moreland D n O Voy ton Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Residence lbone 133 SAVE MONEY I buying heal early We have row calved ZJ cars coal and will soil etaa reduced price of trams to a crate on ImsUeJ ohaoper in CO days from above data KINO ft COX Moreland Ky I x h Officers B U SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Oahtr W M BlUOUT Ant Cashiers J 8 HOOKER Prssl + 8T RAa rte V Tret J J MoltOBEUTS Ohr W n WEAHKNAsst Ohr l Directors r Reid DaDY1IIeJS T JS Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney to D Klnwre Stanford S H lUurhBtan Stanford T P 11111 Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II liaughmaB Suaford J M Pelts Stanford I t Carter StanfordI I 0 i TO I 1 for one set 0 est for FOR I Have Your Buggy Painted It will ot you only U I use the best of paints and varnlsbe sad guarantee ssjr work to be drsteM + Call at shop on 8os ertet street aod MO specimen of my work fauN latter and plVr hsHrln cheapl1 and satisfactorily L J II FOR SALE IIwIWItike TOUtlII orchard The farm Is In a high state ot cultlvatkm Situated near hedge partkularstorS F Rice Daa vile K- yFORSALE I t The veilknown Old Iort Pharmacy To effect an Immediate sale an 31550 drug store IsotTerfd for SIMO cash The owner Is going West Nearest eompetltor Is three squaresWdttory rapidly Improving Situated In the largeltvoting precinct In tha city BtUb Itshed II years teat fM per month A deeMed bargain Address OLD KyNOnly 100e1 J Daily g Sunday I Democrat v r For Three Months rt J1 + This will cover the Presidential Cam paign which promises to be one of the itoryand get all the NEWS- W P WALTON 1Thefor this great offerbut the CASH must invariably accompany the order