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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALI VOL XXXieSTANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 2 1903 8AM NO 27 STRANGE STORY t A Footpad Who Robbed a Har rodsburg Man Returns The Money With Interest J Il li reported that Mr John T Fire the well known gentlemen About town who bat handled Ivorv from tbo rockribbed coast of Maine to the fruit bound shores of California and from the snow did mountains of Manitoba to tbe flowerladen proven of Florida received a check Monday for 1003 03 and that It was like getting money from home In the letter which brought the check was a most remarkable story relating circumstances which Mr Pljrg well remembers In 1888 Mr Figgwas manager and part stockholder In a wellknown clubroom that existed at that time In Loultvlllo One night about dark a well dreased strangnr entered tbo olub room and boll bt 1100 worth of chlpi at one of the faro table Luok was against him and ho soon boat his chips and bo took hit departure Tbo next night at about the tame hour the stranger appeared again and dropped another hundred and left The next night ho came and purchased another lot amounting to 1100 In the middle of the deal when be bad lost half of his chips a messenger boy itepped In und beaded the stranger a note The stranger topped playing long enough to read It aodI with a look of anguish tore the note Into shreds and cut It upon tbe floor lie was toon icparatcd from hit last 150 and Mr Fig who was the look out for the game and whoso curiosity was aroused got out of tbo lookout chair gathered together the scraps of paperto that be could read tbo con tend Mr Flgg though ho hat bit fault withal has many a good trait and with these a tender heart and was much moved when be read tbe follow log from the scrap be had plauod to getter DKAH lGYnvI do not feel at well at usual tonight and I know tbat our darling little boy It not to well The proprietor of tbo hotel says If our bill It nut paid tonight thAt we mutt leave Dont you thing II would be b tter for ut to continue on our Journey- YOCRLiOVINQ WIFE Tbe noto was written on the hotel stationery and when Mr Figg read It be believed the stranger to have lost all at hit table whereupon he opened the crib drawer drew out tho 1900 and started for the hotel Intending to leave the amount with the women who wrote tbe note and who teemed In such dls tress Placing the money In bit vest pocket ho started for the hotel but at ho turned a dark corner a man with a handkerchief over the lower part of his face placed a revolver Immediately la front of his forehead and demanded his money or hit life Mr FIR threw up both hands and the robber touched him for the 1300 With much dltcora fiture ho turned to go back to the clubroom and whcnnearlog It a highway man encountered him n second time demanding bit money or hit life Mr Flgg told him to try another for ho bad gotten hint once that night At those words tho footpad hastened away Now comet the most remarkable par of the story at detailed In the letter containing tho above mentioned check Tbe subitanro was this that the writer wa on hit way from Southern Missis alppl to Colorado with hit wife and child The wife was tulTorlng with tu berculosis and bo was taking her there with tbo hope of curing her of the dreadful malady While In Louisville be visited the club room and lost all of till money During tbo last play be re celved a note from hit wife telling him of the threat to drive them from the hotel and be became desperate After leaving the club room he determined to hold up the first man ho met and re hove him of his money Dy some very strange late the first person ho mot after hit resolution proved to be Flgg though he did uot know It until bo was going through hU pockets With the money taken from him ho came to Colorado securing a lucrative position I lived an upright life at he had always done with the exception of tbe one crime of robbing Flgg Tbo letter stated tbat tbo wife recovered her bealtb and the husband had proepered beyond his wildest dream and now owns ono of the most coinmodlus an J well furnlehed hotels In the Centennial Stato and that bo was abundantly able L to pay the 1300 with accumulated In lereti and eomo bonus The writer 1 cordially Invited Mr Flgg to come and make him a visit Mr Figg romem bore tbo Incident very vividly and will upend next winter with hlm Barrodsburg Herald Cuts Bruises and Burns Qulok I ly Healed Chambtrlalna Pain Balm it an anti Iisepticcuts bruises I causes to heal without maturation and much moro quickly than bv the usuaUreatment For Bale by Craig Hocker j SOJ ETtPicnic excursions are day The ladles of the Christian church are planning a parsonage Wo havo been blessed with a line rain and the discouraged farmers are rl1JololnlIInod prnmlies an Improvement In the system Tbo Hoe spring on Sam Higgins place has sustained considerable damage from oil breaking from tbo tanks nearby Milt Gladys of Clarktvllle Ark lea pleasant visitor at the home of Mr end Mrs John May Miss Margaret Sallee has gone to Cincinnati to enter the Conservatory of Music Tho Baccalaureate sermon of tho nigh School was delivered by Dr Glare at the Methodist church Sunday In honor of which occailon moat of the churches adjourned to attend An appropriation of 118000 was made for a for miles of pike on ilx roads leading from Somerset To this amount will be added a liberal contribution from Interested parties and the work Is to bo let out to tbo lowest and best bid der May all such Improvements con tinue Is tbo with of all Commencement exercises were held In the paolout opera bouse Thursday night when seven sweet girl graduates and two young men preceded by the local minister the school board and superintendent marched upon the stage as the beautiful strains of music from the orchestra floated through the air Tbo party formed a truly handsome picture as they stood before an admiring crowd The exercises were carefully prepared and well rendered and the largo audience felt amply paid for having been there The W O T IT convention will be help here beginning today and con lliyilng three days Ample provision has been made for the delegates and a special program has been arranged for the occasion Forty children from the different churches will dispense tome beautiful nyisle and a good tIme goner ally II promised by those In charge Children Day exercises will be pre anted at tbo Christian church next Sunday so It will be seen tbat Somer set smiling at her unjust persecutions pursues tbo oven tenor of her way and 1s steadily and surely going upward and onward Mrs J Plerpont Morgan wat tbo cynosure of all eye at the recent election of Colonial Dams at New York Contrary to tbe expectations of those who did not know her It was found that she dresses simpler and her cloth gown looked rusty Her black bat was small and rusty and a thic veil covered her face Tbo decision o tbo women who saw her was embraced In the word frumpy Mrs Morgan disposition exceedingly retiring and whenever the appears In public sbo seems 111 at ease Perhaps the most valuable ax In tbe world Is owned by Dr M B Emory splittingt tor formerly lived at Springfield III and tbo ax was presented to him by Lincoln The doctor says that ho has heIer the Polio to the managers of the St Louis Fair for exhibition purposed I have been troubled for some time with Indigestion and sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mass I and have been taking Chamberlain a Stomach and Liver Tablets which hays helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could not I If you have any trouble with your tom itch why not take these Tablets and get well For tale by Craig k Hocker Miss Prim He It boasting that he stole a dozen kisses from you Miss Pert Thats a base Db Miss Prlm Im glad to hear It- Miss Perl Yes he only stole ono I gave him the others Philadelphia Public Ledger Atlanta Ireton via Queen d Crescent Route One faro round trip plus 25c Tickets on sale July 7 8 0 wltbIdeposit of ticket and payment of 60o ai Joint Agency at Atlanta There coca was a government gauger Who measured a caikon a wauger Ho drank It by gracious This gauger capacious And now hea a Kentucky mauger Chicago Tribune To The Lakes Summer Tourist Tickets on sale via Queen fc Crescent Routo June I to Sept 30 Ask tick lit agent for particulate eatL marIrled NEWS NOTES Four Jersey cows were killed bvIlightning at Fulton couotrjlwalFlro In tho manufacturing district of regaI male College Dr Anderson Wells of Mayklng died from blood poisoning caused by u brier scratch Tbo wife of George Alfred Townsend rise wellknown Washington CityI correspondent Is dead Tbe total number of persons killed In tbo earthquake In the Van district of Asiatic Turkey II 8tW Frank Emmett a prominent cotton clerk committed suicide at New Or leans by cutting his throat with a pock etknifeDr Forbes a Chicago drug clerk was shot and killed by highwaymen trying to rob his employers estab lishment President Spencer of the Southern railway has announced that f25000000will be expended in double tracking from Washington to Atlanta Circuit Judge Cantrlll has overruled- a motion for a new trial of the John McDonald will conthit at Versatile and tho case will be appealed During a thunderstorm at Atlanta a young woman was killed by lightning and a small church was struch by lightning and burned to the ground Tho Brotherhood of Railway Train men has declared against sympathetic strikes following out the recommendations of Grand Master Morrlsicy The Federal grand jury at Montgom ery Ala has returned 30 Indictments against citizens of Coosa and Tallapoo sa counties on tbo charge of poenage The citizens of Indian Territory have raised 135000 for an exhibit at tbe St Louis Worlds Fair to supplement a government appropriation of the same amountIn near Livermore Horace Abncy was shot and seriously wounded by Leo Lloyd who was slightly wounded In the hand by a bullet from Ab neyi pistol The oil well being put down on the Carroll lend about two miles north of Wllllamiburg came In at about 000 toot It can bo safely estimated at a 20bnrrcl well Moro than 1000000 bushels of coal started south from Plttsburg duo to a two fool rise In the river caused by heavy rains In tbe Monongabela and Allegheny valleys A receiver for the Louisville Evo ning Post Company was appointed by the United States Circuit Court upon application of Stuart R Knott a credl companyt aged 20 years died suddenly In convulsions at her home in Franklin The cause of death Is a mystery and a postmortem exams nation will be made Sixty five storekeepers and gusgers have been relieved from duty In tho Louisville district on account of the closing of the distilleries for the sum meOln that district Major Gen Bate commanding the Department of the Lakes has AOOOUOO ed that he will como to Kentucky to thee mobilization ot the national militia A Southern Pacific passenger train left the track at Rlncon Cat and four coaches fell 40 feet over a cliff Into tbo Pacific ocean Nearly 30 persons were Injured but no one was killed outright The St Louis April grand jury sub miffed a final report In which It said tbat legislative corruption and bribery had been the rule for the past 12 years Tbo confessions of State Senators are described as appalling New Orleans special says The fact that 11000000 cold cash was left In New Orleans by tbo Confederate noun ion has stimulated a movement to try and make this city a permanent noun ion headquarters and meeting place At St Louis the jury In the case 0 former Delegate J J Hannlgan charg ed with accepting a bribe returned a verdict of guilty and fixed hit punIsh moot at five years In the penitentiary This Is the 18th Doodling case tbat has been tried aid the pith conviction In a decision In a teat case setting forth an agreed state of facts th e court of appeals holds tbat the State Board of Pharmacy cannot Interfere with tbo sale of patent or proprietary medicines In original packages Tbe court declares a part of the pharmacy act of 1893 to ba unconstitutional null and void Still anotherjchapterjbaa been added to the poitofflco department scandal by Clio announcement of a Brooklyn news paper that the sum of 1500000 aooually is paid ouiJlnJexcesslTQ rentals by the postoQlcos of New York State Leases uolI IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Iraok VanAndalot house near Bur y struck by lightning and burn edh j1ngJ M Wilson has been appointed a torekeeuereauger In the Danville In 9 lornal revenue district non R H Tomllnson of Lancaster has bad tbo degree of LL Dconlerred upon him by the Nashville College of I Law Scountydetective with passing counterfeit moneyJohn Farmer and aman named Whit taker aero shot from ambush end kill ed near East Bcrnstadt A brother tf the latter was also Injured Miss Carlisle Walker has been chos en sponsor for the Richmond Lodge of Elks to attend the State reunion 9 which will convene In Lexington next y monthThe 1 New Laurel Coal Co of Plus burg with a capital stock of 25000 has been Incorporated by W A J W Bastln R S Lytlo and Georgei Given Mrs L G Mondy who for a number of years has been running the Gllchcr house Danville sold her lease to I W Rogers of LaGrange Ga who will take charge of the business June 1st Editor W Owen McIntyre sold his paper the Kentucky Farmer this week to a Louisville party Ho received something over 8300 for It which Is considered a good price Danville News t The large tobacco barn of Jacob Hu guely near Burgln was destroyed by fire during a thunderstorm Lightning struck the barn causing a total lots There was no insurance and the lore will aggregate 11000 The PulaskI county jail has been placed In tbo hands of a real estate agency for sale and the county will erect a new building of modern con struction Tbe new jail will bo erected just to the rear of tbe court house and will cost about 115000 In the alimony case of Sarah R Boning against Vincent Borelog at London E A Cbllton was appointed commissioner to take evidence as to tbe wealth of the defendant Congressman forcing paid 81000 Into court for tbo attorney foes of plaintiffs lawyers as adjudged by tbo court of appeals Chas Inman charged with the murder of Burt Castcel while assisting his broth or a deputy sheriff to arrest Inman bad a hung jury Speaking of Breatbltt county Capt Phil B Thompson of Harrodsburg said When I was a member of the Legislature I suggested to the mem bers of that body that the best way to restore order in Rowan county In which a feud existed at the time was to abolish the county The matter was discussed freely though no bill was In troduced It got noised about howev ere and bad Its effect for no trouble tea occurred In Rowaa since Mr W L McCarty president of tbe Kings Mountain Canning Company was in the city yesterday looking after his canning business Mr McCarty reports that his company has In culti vation a larger crop of tomatoes this season than over before and says that tbo drouth has In no way affected tbe crop The Klngsvllle factory will can from 33 to 40 car loads of tomatoes this season and is now making arrange meat to can all kind of fruits an vegetables Danville Advocate Tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL Is always finding out remarkable things to tell The latest Is the discovery of two gen tlemen living In the Prcacbersvllle section only a mile apart who hays never seen each other tbat they fenow of although each has lived at his pres I ent abode six years or more Why down hero two people have lived 20 years In the house In which both were born and they have neither sere or spoken to each other In their lives Terrible aflllctloo being both blind rand deaf Somerset Journal Chamberlains Stomach and LiverTab lets are just what you need when you have uo appetite teal dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will Improve your appe tile cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by Craig Jr Hocker 4tb July rates ono taro and third round trip vlaQaeen S Crescent Route Tickets on sale July 2 3 4 good reo turning until July 8 Ask ticket agents for particulars ASHEVILLG AND RETURN Ono faro for the round trip plus 25o June 11 12 13 July 22 to 27 via Queen z Crescent Route Ask ticket agent for partlcu lore Tbo Jeflerton county grand j uy urges tho Board of Public Saftey to stop boxing I contests In LouisvilleI Good clothes arc always worth what they cost but paying the price doesnt always get them The clothes we sell cost enough to be good and no more We can show you an attractive line of flan nels homespun find Series for warmweather wenlI IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied TaOe mILLER Danville KO REMEMBER THAT J R Haselden at Lancaster IS THE MAN FOR+ TINWORKSummer We have a full stock of The Perfection on Stoves White Enameled Refrigora tors Ice Boxes Ice Cream Freezers PaperPly10 HigginsMKinneySTANFORD NA BOTH 10016Standard Rule 0 Record 219J Sired by Walsingham 2100 sire of Lat itudo 2li and many others in the list Walsingham Naboths sIre Is a son of George Wilkes WO First dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 106 son of Hamblctonlnn und sire of Jilnint 220 the dam of rec ord 231 Second dam Boss sister to James Howell Jr by Uainbletouian 10 sire of Dxter 217i Third dam Jessie Sayre by harry Clay sire of St Julian 21H Dodlne 210 and 15 others that haw produced 230 trotters Al bydHAPSBURG 509 byWonderfulBarnabyrtnEngllshConchdrives well gentle nnd kind with fine style and high action Can show a milo better than 3 minutes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should sco this horse Will stand at 810 to Insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid 10 hand 1 inch jack at 810 for mares and 815 for jennets theyi I tiCMnistiC rtaewteny I Ot1iuL 0I04r eu Write for S t AMER CAN SE DINOMACf11NE Co NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBTOSES3NPrcn JUNCTION CITY KY rintOlftti Turnout nt Reasonable Kates Special Attention to Traveling Men Drain and lIay ForSaln THL KentucKy InterchnngeabIoDiskorSho KY DISK FURROWOPENERSMake perfect even in dry teal The bearings are ear row Give rood clearance cant tics and are HUT PROW They are aa simple ax a scythe Lat as lone as the disk KY SHOE FURROW OPENERS trays detachable beets to shoes they are r made ol lorjred and polished tool steel can be detacbetlio a second as Important as a- UDbaretoapW Cant work loose I IIhW r1 eaaataa a LOUISVILLE KY VIMason Hotel I MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds snealid table Everything fintclssj Torers meet all trains 89 y u i ITHEINTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON FRANK MC KINNEY IWfor the nomination for Sheriff of Lin subject to the action of the Democratic THOMAS D NEWLAND SR a canjUale for Sheriff of Lincoln county iubject the action of the democratic any fIs GEO W DEBORD a canaUatt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject the actten of the democratic party JEFF HILL SR ITfor Sheriff of Lincoln county subject the democratic party t JESSE C LYNN Is a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party f KwI HERRIN a or subject to the action of the democratic party t Democratic Ticket For Courser t 1TC IP BECKHA3I i For Lieutenant Oorwmw- H P THORITE For Auditor of Slate- S W UAQEIl For Treasurer IL JT BOSWORTH For Attorney General A II HAYS For Secretary of State IL V XcCIIESNEY For Superintendent of Public Instruction J II FUQUA For Commiftioner qf Agriculture HUBERT VJUSELAffD For Clerk of Court of Appeals j MORGAN CHINXi For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge a MCSAUFLEY- For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk f J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON I i TUB epeclal grand jury fit Jackson 1adjourned Saturday after returning an Indictment against CurtU Jett chary log him with the murder of Jim Cock rail The principal witness In the Cockrell case was Capt John Patrick who went to the grand jury room es corted by a detail of soldiers He told told the jury that at the time Cockrel was assassinated he saw the rifles pro truding from the court houso window He recognized Curtis Jett at the window but did not see the faces of the other men Thomas Marcum of In dian Territory a brother of the late J B Marcum arrived at Jackson to as elatID the prosecution of the alleged assassins of hIe brother Common wealtha Attorney Byrd eaye he is lat bled with the work of the special grand jury Be also says the Marcum case will be further loves tigated by the regular grand jury which was Impaneled yesterday The militia from Danville and Louisville arrived Saturday and about 175 olI i dlera are now at Jackson THE Lexington Democrat her reduc ed the price of subscription from 15c to lOc per week and from 5o to 2c per copy In making the reduction Editor Walton says There will be no reduc tlon In effort to make the paper the beet In the city and a trial will con vince any subscriber that the effort j does not eo for naught We expect to add thousands of names to our list and hope that those who have stood by The Democrat through thick and thin will aid us to that end- TfIRT1FIVE thousand persons are homeless as a result of the flooded rivers of Kansas Nebraska Missouri and Iowa while the property loss already reaches millions of dollars and the rap Idly rising streams will make It go still higher The total area covered by the high waters Is hundreds oft square miles from Kansas City to Dee Moines Ia- ROOSEVELT Is now on easy street He has enough votes Instructed for him and In sight already to nominate him on the first ballot Of course there will be no other candidate now and the nomination will be unanimous And thus do the trusts and the high tariff f advocates take the first score MR GEROTV director of the Kansas rae employment bureau estimates that 26225 laborers will be needed to gather the Kansas harvest This Is a chance for Lincoln Idle hosts but they will not avail themselves of It AN alderman of Colorado Springs has earned the scorn and contempt of mankind by selling his vote for a railroad pass and 130 In these days of untrer orgaoUatlOB such a cut of sal labor union scale Is utterly Indefensible t AN Oregon man who Is a union man objects to being hanged on a scaffold made by scabs Possibly If the matter was tested he would object to being hanged on a union made gallows TilE Danville News has entered upon lie fourth year of a useful existence May the good paper live to be a cente narlan POLITICAL Senator Reed Smoot was a consplcu Due figure In the reception party that welcomed President Roosevelt to Utah Tremendous crowds greeted the chief executive at Salt Lake City and Og denSenator Albert J Beverldge has joined President Roosevelt and will ac company him during the last few days of his trip The Senator joined the President at the latters personal re questResolutions recommending the ro nomlnatlod of President lloosevelt were adopted at the republican conven tion in Cleveland before which Sena tor Banna made a speech commending Mr Roosevelts campaign Hon R O Warren of Lincoln says he will be a candidate for democratic nomination for Congress next time Wo join with ninetenths of the popu lation of Garrard In wishing that Clever Dick could catch on ton nice easy berth Everybody likes him Lancaster Record Three candidates have entered the race for circuit judge In the Laurel district Judge W L Brown of Lon don Commonwealths Attorney John L Isaacs of Jackson and the Incum bent Judge H C Faulkner of Knox It Is thought by the friends of Hon W R Ramsey that ho may enter race In the next few days The democratic Stato executive committee met In Frankfort Saturday and tabulated the vote cast In the State primary of May 9 The vote cast for Soy Beckham was 104637 and the scattering votes for Bendrlck and oth ers brings the total up to 105000 The committee directed the Issuance of cer tificates of nomination to the success candidatesful In defense of the gentlemen the Lex Ington Democrat says There are a good many called democratic people and papers abusing Chairman Allie W Young now who were voting and bolo owing for McKinley Taylor and Yer kes when he was fighting the battles of his party Mr Young as any other mor tal makes mistakes but he has done too much for the democratic party to be subjected to the abuse be is receiv ing from some quarters Whether Chairman Allle W Young is right or wrong in his shakeup of the Louisville committee he has the Executive Committee with him Fol lowing are resolutions passed In his favor Resolved The Executive Commit too ot the Democratic party of Kentucky believing that party discipline and party loyalty are absolutely essen tlal to success at the polls regrets and deplores the defiance of party authorl ty shown by one faction of the demo cratlo party In the city of Louisville We express our dlsaproval of the warfare being made upon the chair man of this committee Boo Allie W Young and declare Our confidence In his loyalty to the democratic party We recognize the fact that this committee Is not called upon to consid er the troubles of the party referred to but we think It but right and just to our chairman that we should In this public manner express our confidence In him and our disapproval of the as saults being made upon bis personal Integrity and party loyalty by those resist the authoriwho are disposed to ty of the State Central Committee of the democratic party We further believe this expression due our chairman when we consider the fact that be has been singled out for denunciation although he was car rying out Instructions given him by practically tho unanimous vote of the said State Central Committee THIS AND THAT Frank Mounts of Parkersburg W Va was killed during a ball game A strike of textile workers In Phila delphia Involving 00000 operatives was Inaugurated Between 100 and 200 people were killed by a tornado at Gainesville Ga Cotton mills and other buildings were demolished The regular term of the Breathltt circuit court opened at Jackson yesterday Judge Redwlne delivered a vig orous charge to the grand jury The Injunction proceedings against Allle W Young and the democratic Stain central committee were postpone ed till Thursday by Judge Carutb M J Farris has sold his Interest in- firmthe of Ferris Jc Denny to Logan DODD and Mr Denny has leased the Kindergarten until July 1stAdvo Ite That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of Buflererers have proved their matchless merits for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c money back if not cured Sold by all druggists ICHURCH MATTERS Falmouth Methodists are building a 81800 parsonage The Jackson Presbyterian church Is In ceed of a pastor The Southern Baptist convention statistics report 46SSlf members The Methodist Church Extension So ciety has collected and distributed 17 748781 since 1864 The Methodist women of Kentucky conference will have a conference of foreign mission societies at Paris Juno 510 Southern Presbyterian home mission colletlons last year were 147217 33 There wore aided 166 teachers and preachers at 362 churches Southern Presbyterians gave relief to 161 beneficiaries last year an In crease of 16 over the proceeding year the annual stipend to each family be- log 8100 The total credits on the treas urers books were 124635 63 of which 97346 S2 was endowment lund Rev C E Powell who took part In the Cooperative Meeting of the Chris tiara churches of Casey at Green River Church Saturday and Sunday tells us that the meeting was a most Interest ing one was largely attended and that elegant dinners were spread In shun danceThe Bible Is still by far the best selling book In the world as It has always been since the Invention of printing and notwithstanding the enormous number of copies sold every year there almost Invariably an annual Increase During the year 1002 1093653 Bibles and Testaments were sold by the Amer ican Bible Society an Increase of 200 767 over the previous year Of these 734640 were sold In the United States and 1253909 were sent to foreign coun tries In the Wayne oil fieia the strikes for the week are as follows The Monarch Oil and Gas Company brought In Its No 6 well on the Slagle farm with a low of two barrels The Kentucky and Ohio Company No 12 on the Ike Sla gle farm came In with a 10 barrel pro auction The Beaver Creek 011 and Gas Company brought in the No2 W A Burt well which is a twobarreler The New Dominion Oil Company fin shed Its No5 well on the Vlckery farm and struck a fivebarrel flow while the No 3 on the same farm Is es mated at two barrel Every businos manab golutely needs a typo writer It is a CQID mercial necessity The Chicago is reasonable JIB to price qnly 85 Simple ibf construction light speedy and dura ble It does all the work done by any other firstclass machine and does it ns well Within the reach ofnUloncy refunded if not satis factor- yLexington Bicycle Works No 48 North Broadway Lexington Ky State Agents i NABOTH JR Naboth U a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good bone plenty of tyle and finish and him extreme high action and It worked would itep ai faIt ai old Naboth his Ire lie li over 10 hands high weighs 112s pounds and only 4 yaraols2 this May Dell by the wellknown Naboth Pint dam by Messenger Chief Jr second dam br Crlt Davis third dam Thoroughbred Naboth will make the season ot 1103 at our stable In Stanford nt the low price ot 818 50 to Insure a living colt Money due when colt 1s foalc or mare parted with Mares traded or remand tram this coupty forfeits the Insurance and the money due J U IIEAZLKY Stanford Ky PRESTON 922 Vol 11 Solid bay black points 15Jf bands high line style slam BY VrASIHSOTOH SI dam DellebyRhoderlek 1- 04dambyI Denmark Belle the dam of Preston was a noted show mare It Is needless to commend him as he Is one of the finest show horses in Kentucky ills colts are coming to the front and bringing startling prices Preston will serve mares at 812 to In lure living colt Will keep mares on graM at 62 a month W B nunTOy Lancaster Ky THE GRAND LEADER 1 Figure Beautyt Secured 87 WetrlafTht Fashion Hip Model Petted lines the result ol perfect corset meklog Beautiful Fabrics We have n full line of Ikis W ratod Corset at 9100 Short Straight Front Ctintlll Cor sot 4Se NOTIONSN- ow Shell Hnlr Pins the 25o kind 15c Back Combs at JO 15 and 26o Shirt Wnlst Ponrls go at 25 35 and GOo sot Lndles knee length IMbbcd Drawers 25o Ladles Drop Stitch Hose tho 25c kind 15c B S WOOL WANTED 10000 pounds of good wool wanted ntlho highest market price Call for awoke We want your wool E McCOilllAOK SON lltutonvllle KyI Will also stand the Black Jack GOV BECKHAM al M to Inure a Mflg colt IIell if 10 head Mgh three yart old aad II by EtllreVr It A ILA J J he by Gov Wsod feat dam Jenel June by Ipi- ltkago ani dam by PnlKllaftillo lrvkas When an parte with season mon ty frt comas due Mares famished grass at r per month- Dot reaasNforacctleetshut feetl of cart rake with stock TurnenvUI Ky A 8 PRICK Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky isovp UeRobtru1 R A DENTIST Stanford Ky fflca over DR P W Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I cn fix your umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for less money Olve me a trial FBASK ATKIMR Stanford NOTICE FARMERSTh Grown Wire rent li the strongest the most durable bttt fence mate ll fully provides for expansion and contraction end th wires are the sam sIre as horizontal star enee desired See sam pie In CARPE TER enL Also dealer In finest hared Plymouth Rockcnkkeni and eggs For Life or Accident Insurance apply to E Omco N W Cor Myers Hotel llnlldlng 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitable strongest in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness FOR SALE Tho Tribble House Junction City Kv I offer this wellknown hotel with all Its Furniture for sale It Is located In Junction City Davie county Kentucky at the crpsw Ins of the Cincinnati Southern and the KnoxTllle division of the L N B II and- tho dinner stand for the latter road It U a large twostory frame metal root build- Ing containing 35 rooms fronting 200 feet on tho L N R R nod 70 feet on the 0 8 The lot contains about 2 12 acres of ground has splendid barn and outbuildings plenty of water This Is ono of the beet hotel stands In Kentucky has an established Commercial trade For further particulars write or call on A TRIBBLE Junction City Ky Wo have Just received from thC cele brated Paragon Shirt Waist factory a largo lino of White and Colored Shirtwaists also afull lino ot Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Fine India Linen White Waist COc White India LInen Waist colored Polka Dots OSo Very Fine Whlto Oxford Waist very stylish 8125 Mer corUeil Oxford Waist white or col ors 816 India Llnon Waist New wldolband trimmed Monto Carlo front 260 India Llnon 300 400 and 500 each Wo havo recently udded to our de partment u full and completo lino of Ladies Muslin tfntlonvoar a few spe clhls for a starter Ladles Muslin Gowns nicely made 48 cents Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 cents Lndloii Corsot Covers woll monde 15 Corsot Covors trimmed 23e Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Val Lace 4So Splendid made Skirt Hamburg trim mod 4e SPECIALS 20 down Mens FIne ilOO Shirts goat oon8 Special Prices on ClotlllnglDont EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards 10lnlhwlclo hamburg worth 20 and 3V ynrtlinil long as lasts goes at lOc for as many to share in this bargain as possible we limit 10 yards to each customer IT IS NOT A Plctiso and our line of Ladies Misses and in building G A Great Dollar Skirt If you decide to exchange d oar for one of time Soro U Vctt rata y ull set the greatest skirt value that your money ever bought In the ant place the material Is of better quality than you coulJ scarcely expect In a skirt at thu figure And then It U elegantly trimmed with a vrry deep flounce and neat ruille nut tbo best point about this garment Is the way that It h made Every seam Is trapped and there are n ifor the dint jbODOI IertrmadetcwrJcr rare mint Its price Is orrnly Etna The lest 8100 Lndersttlrt made Just proof ruffles very best of Murceriiil Sateen Better one at 8150 2an 8J- See this line before you buy CROSSETT A full lino of SKTTS Mens Pine Shoes Wo can suit youate2 fro 87 360 and fl We can give you choke of Pat KidtPat Colt or Velour Vlcl Kid or Box Calf Shoo that tits thooyo and tho foot THE GRAND LEADER 1M LEVY CO Prors B LEVYManapor r aara ITelephone Carter- DENTIST Flats- UMBRELLAS courthouuyinHUBERT Charles Powell Sultelegantlymadey- e250 While you pro figuringon house cleaning figure Where tho bost goods nro arm cured nt the lowest prices Our in New Mattings Carpets Etc are second to none in Central Kentucky We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go At 1426 The 25 kind will go at 2125 k The 30 kind will go nt2i f The 835 kind will go ntS80 O The 840 kind will go ntgi75Th- c50 kind will go atH60You have never had such nn opportunity pre rented to you before sonow is your chance All stoves will be set up in your kitahon nnd guaranteed CEO H FARRIS ICCX Stanford IV For suitable WEDDING And GRADUATING presents Sec W II MUELLER Jeweler Stanford Ivy SECRET MILLINERY call see complete Childrens hats rear of post office MRS SINGLETON SHOESI The wit- hWitiiersfurnitureCo stock JONESRANGE SALE It Is No SecretI havo the goods In quantity and quality and a little can the lame bargain and attention ae the middle IS Come and looktroughthe most complete line of Orocer lei in this lection Thero li the groat noted J E M Flour anti hlgh grade Diamond Coffees and many other valuable articles I have the entire sale for the coun ty sod the prices will be satisfac tory to you J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main Bt Stanford Ky I WOOL WAITED I I will pay tho highest mar ket price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J II BOONE Livery Feed and Bale Stable Depot St Stanford KyVt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tieScANFOm In filling your prcicrlptlooi wo uio the right In tho exact propor done and with proper care Wo npriceijvi Druz Store PERSONALS MR FRANIC LEt wax In Loulivlllo Sunday J E PORTMAN wont to Loulivlllo Saturday Miss ETTA BELLS ROOT U at homo from Malice III LAWRENCE VANARSDALE was In Lexington last week j MRS L L DOTY and ion are visit ing her parents In Bourbon MIL W U LACKEY has joined hli wife at non O A Lackey a Miss urtheJAMES T JONES was at Ml Vernon again last week doing tinners work MltR CLRO W DROWN spent Sun day with her parent at ML Vernon CHARLES DAWKS has moved his tarn lly from Science RIP to Junction OltyI MR Lewis ANDREWS of Sherman Texas Is the guest of Mice Nellie Mur phy DJo LEVY of Paducah spout yes tardey with his brother Mr S U Levy MR Tm W PENNINOTON attended the commencement exercises at Sam erect t MR COCONLEY of Wayne county Is the guest ot bis relatives too Meure Sloan MR NEWMAN DIRIC of Owensboro bits joined his wife at J W Daugb manMISS ANQIE KISNAIRD of Lancai 4 ter spent Saturday with Mlts Clara Cooperl f JOSH DUNN of DrOll bead spent Friday sod Saturday with rela the hero Miss KATIE WARRBS left yesterday to take a petition with tbe Somerset Republican MR JAMES D SIIELIIV wife and babyfof Junction Oily were In Stanford Sunday DR AND MRS nuRDBTT RAMSEY of Garrard are with tbelr daughter Mrs John Orient Jr MISSES MAY AND DOLLIB VAN- Oreturned Sunday Iron a visit to rela ttres at Lebanon MRS S M LOGAN and children o Wilmoro are with her parents Judge and Mrs M C Sauflev MISSES ALMA TnRRY ot Glasgow and Capplo Powell of Shelby City are with Mrs W G Withers MISSBS BESSIE K BVOLBMAN and Salllo Taylor Woods are visiting Mrs S M Allen at Mlltersburg Miss PATTILIN DALLOO of Lance ter Is the guest of her grandparent Eld and Mrs Joseph Dallou MR I NEWTON VACOUAN a Illcb blond Va tobacconist Is with his rel t atlve the editor of this paper Mn W II WEARBN wife and children spent several days with the formers mother and slstor in Loxlng- ton Miss KATIIERINE SWOPB BASK DEN will represent Danville In the cot test here June 10 and will recite tlTbo Jlnera MR W S CENTER and wife and Mrs Montlo Fox of Danville havo been guests ot Mr and Mrs J W Baugbman MESSRS R n MARTIN of Moot gomerr and T T Martin ot Loxln g ton aro guests of their parent Mr and Mrs Alex Martin Tile following music pupils has o comploted Jodaisohns Manual of liar mony Misses Stella Hill Mary Big glee and Virginia Bourne MR AND MRS L L WALKER of Lancaster wero hero yesterday roo turning from a visit to Mr and Mrs George D Robinson of the West End LINA CELESTINE Is the name the has boon a little daughter that has re cently arrived at the homo ot Mr and Mrs J J Cornellion at San Marcufc Texas J R HARRIS wile and baby of Lin coin county aro pending a few days 4n this city Mr Ellen Owsley Poor left for Martlnsvlllo Ind to spend sal oral weeks Lancaster Record r JUDGE T L SHELTON suffered a so vero shock last evening by a wheel coming off of the veblcla he was riding in Ho was taken to the Veranda Ho tel where ho Is resting easy this morn- Ing MR CASWELL SACFLEY of this place won first honors In the oratorical contest at Dtnvlllo Friday night Ho will ipeak again during commence moot and If successful then will repre sent Central University at Lexington Chuutauqua MESSRS FRANK SHOEMAKER W D Frank and Stewart Hanson of nan sonvllie Russell county Va have been here guests of Messrs Blckley and Williams They aro desirous of buying ono or more good Lincoln coun ty farms and wo hope they will find some to eult them LOCALS FEED oats for sale by Carson ts Pencea bread avery day at Willis IFnESIl DE Handsome carriage al j next new See or address Mra Mat V KirbyaWOOLWe wilt pay tho highest price for wool Call and got sacks now Carton fc Peoe FOR SALE Cheap second band Binder In good repair A W Moroland PIANoGood secondhand piano for sale In good condition except needs tuning Call at this office WE bayo a sccondhand McCormick binder for sale Has only been used ono season Carson Pence Go to Sacray Sisters studios Stanford and Danville for hlcholaii picture at right prices Quickest sad boat service 4t COL J P CHANDLER did not do well with his auction of dry goods no Clone shoes etc at Crab Orchard Sat day and has advertised for another next Saturday Juno 0 HDSTOSVILLK will baldthree days fair beginning Wednesday July fl- At a meeting of those Interested at Hustonvllle Saturday afternoon tho ofllcors of last year woro reelected except that WIlllo Doo Dryo was made secretary In placo of W D nock or DARN BORNEO Tho largo barn on N W PIpe farm near Hustonvllle horsed Friday morning taming an al most complete loss It contained a lot of hay corn harness machinery etc It U thought that lightning sot thai barn afire Mr Pipes carried 1500 In urance N DOTH KILLED John K Bough mans magnificent stallion Nabotb bad- a leg broken by a Kick from seethe bane the other day and the splendid sire had to bo sbot Nabotb was a gandson of tho great George Wllket and was a breeder of great style speed Cod action TilE Baccalaureate sermon at tbe Presbrterlan church by Rev O M Busy was beard by a largo crowd Sun day mprnlng and the splendid effort Is highly complimented True Grea- tqcsxae Mr Huevs subject and the sermon was greatly enjoyed and gave much food for thought thY to ro main until Saturday Juno 0 Persons spectaclete aro no consul lag ono skilled In too art of correcting defective vision Dr Goldstein has a established reputation In Kentucky an can furnish glasses adapted to all one es TilE Juno term ol circuit court b glee Monday with an ordlnarysUed docket as follows 03 old Common wealth caies 12 Commonwealth ap pearances 18 old ordinary 11 ordinary appearances 15 equity appearances 65 old equity There are three murder cases tour divorce suits 18 for unlaw jut selling ot liquor 16 for peddling without license etc Tuts will be a elyxis Stan lard On this evening Frederick J Hoffmann will give a concert at Walloon Opera louse on Friday evening lobo Graded School commencement ex arches will be held at the Christie church aodon Thursday evening lobe commencement exercises of the colored public high school will occur at tho opera house It Is probable that a hop will sled be gives during tbo week TilE le from the Ith aca New York Dally where Mr HolT mann wine on the program given by the delegates of tho Slnfonla convention The most mature and artistic nun n bors on the program wero rendered by Frederick J Hoffmann of Cincinnati Mr Hoffman has magnetism and con sequently holds his audience Go la a pisnita warmth and his tono Is roucdand full HON HARVEY lee had an oleqant painting mado of his uncle non Thomas Helm who has beendead somo 30 treats or more Mr Helm was for 40 years county and circuit clerk of Lincoln was ono of the promoters and builders of the turnpike from Louis villa to Crab Orchard and was seoreta ryot tbo company that operated It Ho was a very prominent man In his day and many of our older citizens romem bor and admired the grand old gentle man THE College of Music ot Cincinnati presents Frederick J Hoffmann In a piano recital at WAlton Opera House Tuesday evening Juno 2 at 8 oclock Program Bach Saint Saons Gavotte E major BeethovcnrSonato Cabarp minor Op 27 No 2 Moonlight j I Adagio Sostenuto II Allegretto III Presto Agitates Scarlatti Piece la F major Albino Gorno Nocturne a flat mlcor Op 10 GluckJ08alTyArl- etta dl Balletto Chopin Nocturne E major Op 62 No2 Polonaise Q sharp minor Op 20 PoldlnlVaIAe D major Puppeo Valsanto Lladow Boo Tabatlero a Muslquo Music Box Leschetlzky Etudo La Source Pa derewskl Polonaise BmaJor Op 0 Cab 2 No6 A into lino of clocks at Mueller FRESH vaccine points on hand Craig j d Hocker APPROPRIATE presents for graduates at W H Muellers SCREEN doors and windows at Big gins S McKlnneys SILVER novelties broaches rings etc etc at MuellerItA daughter arrived at Mr J reWCow teed and millet seed at Higgles McKlnnoys II HAVE on band a sample line of nice dusters J C McClary CIF In need ot a watch chain rob or watch pin see W H Mueller THE Street Fair for tbo weokof Juno j 22 seems to be a certainty TilE C W B M will moat at 230 Wednesday afternoon at tho Christian chureh FOR SALB GOOOOsweat potato plants Brazilians 200 Southern Queen WIltbamMil J M tbJunction City baker was hero yesterday and mado a contract with Mr J W Perrln to hen dlo bis splendid bread FLOWERS Persons wishing flowers for decoration dryor commencement exercises will please leave order with Miss Chrlsman at J P Jonosstore JUNE 0 Is the data Miss Ella May Sounders will glue an entertainment at Walton Opera House Sbo Is nightly rehearsing her company for it Btu DOILEItJ H Baugbman Co are putting a new 120borso power boiler In the place of their old one which bad begun to show signs ot age I IT Is nearing catalogue tlmo for fairs and colleges Remember this oluce Is headquarters for such work High grade work at tow prices Is our motto GEORGETOWN has the street sal rover right She will have two within a mooch One under the auspices of the A O U W and the other node- rho Elk r Tile Hill Academy closed Friday so the Stanford Female College and Gra ed School will close Thursday and Fri suejMiss JENNIE CARR Somerset has entered the annual contest here Miss Carr won 2nd prlae at Lebanon a few lnetructedd pie of Somerset think she will capture lit prize hero JudIt d Juet what you need White Fans White Kid Gloves White Silk Lace Glove Parasols Umbrellas Turnover Collar Belts end Clung Iaceep Comei to us and youll get the latest and best John P Jones I THE following words In a wellset ad vertltement appeared In tbo last issuo of the Mlddleboro News meat Is made that S W Given opened In the Electric Light Building a most complete store for tbe handling of bay corn oats shlpstuff etc Sales will be made in any quantity from trainload down ITilE Odd Fellows wilt observe Tues day Juno 0 as decoration day and good time Is looked forward to Tho procession will leave the hall at 2 M march to the cemetery where a proprlate exercises will be held Rev O M buoy will be the speaker of lobo 3ar but a number ot short address Cs will bo made by other gentlemen TilE smallpox situation In lobe Hubble section Is not in the den alarmlnllltsaid Dr Steelo Ballot to us yesterday There arc throe DOW arecaeca but It Is ot the discrete form and not necessarily dangerous ho added MiKecbnlecases at his house There aro four cases at Darby Pellmans six at Don Pollmans while Squire Rosa Alex Ron and Jim Haley all have mild forms of the loathesoraa disease Mr McKecbnlos the only white family that has been troubled with smallpox Annual Commencement The filth annual commencement ex crclses ot the Stanford colored school will take placo at Walton e Houso Thursday evening June 4th behalf of the colored people of our dl1 trlci who are lacerated In tbo mu neglected work of education we an appeal to tho citizens of this community to seals us In our effort to render our school building habitable in April1stof the condition of our unfinished bud ing We have levied a tax but lobo taxable property Is Insignificant and quaotltyTboeyeless will go towards Improving lobo school building Tickets are being sold by pupil or the school and qt Cook and Farmers barber shop and materljally d W Wallace Son FancyIoraoShoors Etroit Stanford Kentucky NOTICE I All per MIDI having claims the ei herebyrequestedquired by law on or before July IOOJ personsowingaro requested to settle tame with the ad ministrator borate the date photo mention ed L 0 HOStEV Administrator SWEET WILLIAM My splendid mole jack will make the present season At my arm at the tow price muleJackthis one For furthur prtiunr address K P WOODS Stanford KT NOTICE I If you think building or repairing we AUklndlofbeveled pour siding floor hardwood ee11lngl boseor cornice boards veranda post and brackets bored and plllllerelatbelor ohegtnut Write for HUMIIIUEV DUOS Hartwell Ky Sale of Valuable Property totwellIproductive land kxateJ within the limits uf the cltyf Lancaster with a brick residence sad sub stantial bolUhic of all klnJs necessary to make a HIChmon4shundare11ertvunlrneJhoanyone II C IIIJRRIN MRS SUSAN FISHER M Bourne Auctioneer Terra Cotta etallbntSunfordsure a Irvteg colt Lien rrUlMd on colt for season theemonth Terra Cotta win forted hi iM4 Is t6 stands and as lapdtelnltIonG IlIIpJ1flKoArlenllneIIya great race horse sad won the oUowkie stakes As a attexlnrtoflstakes at At threeywrsoM he won the UexVllShrktaasakes Sanla a M four yann dd he won GranltihIn sad ow eight haadkap lerra Cotta is the sire forfaT URONAUGHImule Jack Flak with mealy nose at to Insure a Uvtajt colt Conditions same as the above T MILT ESTES KING EAGLE King Eagle It 15 hands 3 lathes high I Kingtstdam bllIgreatareKing and Allle O the great show mare that told for 1000 King fingles 2nd dam la the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Matt Cohen won everywhere with COOnthe present season of 1003 at my stable 2H miles west of Stan prlcoatJackacolu and el0 for Jennett colts to Insure a living colt Dilly Keene was sired by the lmQortedpUrlgnoUaUlllywith white and ai a breeder lbo unsurpassed as a mulo or Jennett jack ills colt will show for themslpes Will also let that great young Jack Jim Keene serve a tow outside mares ntglOtointurellvlngcolt Mart trades parted with or bred else beetFor further particulars call on or sdlllfl S T HAUniS Phone 72 RlngS Stanford Ky Dorsey Golddust 12052 e byzucaalVermont Morgan dam by Xllcadl an Imp ArabIan talllon llorsep Ooldduste dam Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a son of Oofti Morgan descending from Justin Mor gan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan stallion the best family of road hone known Dorsev Golddust U a dark bay full K bands and weighs 1200 pound A prov en and uniform breeder of high class road qualIllelmand at Will make the present season for approved mares lit my farm 234 llv0amare parted with chQUASI 2127 otAmerIcatiaras Natlonaux No 12808 by M II Tlchner k Co In 1885 Winner of first at the National Universal Exposition at 00IdbandlhIghboth speed and actIon his colts are breedq looking large rangy uniform In IInd- form with unusual step and action Will make the present stases at farm near Stanfoid at stoop Money due when service rendered or ItS for a livIng colt Money due when colt comes or mare parted with Thet0for accident or escape F REID I Spring styles in Queen Quality Shoes For women For Elegance Faso and SERVIES they a arctIi BEST in the world We have MANY kinds in I both Oxfords and Shoes Cummins S McCl- aryCRITERIONTIf there is a better brand of Clothing than tho CKITEIUON I am unable to find them when I do I ehull buy than as I always try to get tho BEST Tho beautiful curved and well padded shoulders tho oloso fitting collar the form fitting fronts that prevents them front breaking All go to make up in my judg ment as good READYMADE LOllING as the market affords Prices 1750 to S1750 Look at them and see if I am not correct H J McRofierts t SUMMER GOODS Summer time is here In earnest and wo have a very complete stock of everything you willneed for comfortable clothing See us for wash goods such as White Goods Lawns Dimities Piques Ducks Linens Laco Hosiery Summer Corsets Fans Umbrellas Ribbons LOW SHOES Slippers Ac We are offering many induce ments to buyers of Summer Goods Como to us and let us show you how much a DOLLAR will buy- SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVEStllltetlsneollfs lei Refrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Window Screen Wire Barb Wire Grass and Rush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES OHN BRIGHT JR CO WR McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any F5urposiei t THEJNTERIORJOURNAL Snltred n the pottoffice et Blanford at teondclatt mal- urpbuhdr an Fz14 yu ATE 31 PERYEAR CASH SR When not lopaldfflZOO will beehargtil KNOXVILLE DIVISION Train going North 101 p m NNi M 280am- No2I II II South MM 1217 am Mo 23 II M123Spm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rout for one or more years J B OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Oroccrlc and Cakes Etc just received Highest market prices tor Butter ERRS Ac Olve jila a call Big line ot Dry Ooods Notions Gents Fur nljlilng Goods Etc just added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary li open all the year for the treatment of nrglcal and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes ilonal bills due when services are rendered and must 1 paid promptly Giboney 6 Jeffries Livery Feed fit Sale Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty sold Grade Hones and Mules bought Feed horses receive personal attention J tTraHlortDEALER IX Wlilsku Brandy Wines Beer EtcaCarpenter Olotejto DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt attention Nothing but the tee to drink Mill phone cr leltjriph orders receive erompt attentkm JD Wearen Insurance Rent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the largest company In the world Assets 12 Surplus as regards policy holders 9436013 69 Farm property in Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 Stanfordw Kontuokv R B Miiliony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronaga of the property owners In the counties Lincoln and iosey who may l e seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strange t and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low eat pntsible rates are guaranteed Phone e- 2Stanford Kentucky P P MYHANDr Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky OQlce at JR Beailevs Livery Stable Miss Ida M Snyder Trtiwiirer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club H women would y more attention to their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and It they would observe find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they are given credit for In consulting with my druggist he ad vlted McElrtes Wine of Cardut and Thed fords Rlack Draught and to I took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and Itonly took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui is a rcgulalorof the menstrual functions a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty ular and painful menstruation falling Itishood during pregnancy after child birth of life It fre Labytohomeethat druffgwts hAve 1100 bottles of Wine WNEOFCARDUII rd d For Sale FUty secondhand sewing machines in good repair from i2 MORGAN MOOrfe Stanford Kr Je L Beazley oI Undortakors and- Embalmers ALSO DBALKM 1 FurnlturcltInttlnJSRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call1rlcearight- BTANFORDe KEN J+ + 1YJcCLA Y UITDEETAEBBEMBALMER And Deslear In HARNESS SADDLEEY ftO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache KidneysBladder acbeReartDiaeasebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary write Ur 1cnnct Ho has spent a life time curing Just Buck cases 03 fours All consultations ree Your Kidney and Backache Cure bas cured two very bad cases among our custo mere the past year whom the doctors bad given up J L STILL A CO Woodland IlL Druggists roc fj Ask for Cook BookFree STVITUSDANCE CURE Cure Circular Dr z FredonlaNV EAGLE BIRD The winner of the 1300 saddle stake at Lexington also the winner of the sweep- stake premium at Lexington and winner ot the second prerolnm at Versalllex Eagle Bird was aired br Ktng Eagle winner of more than 40 ties lit dam br Star Eagle byIIas a or as- a breeder of highclass horse is unsurpassed Ills colts are In demand and am ulllng for the highest price Eagle Bird will make the present season at John Cooks stable the barber of Stanford at the low price ot 810 to Insure a Urine colt Mares traded or parted with or bred else where forfeits the Insurance and money be comes due tit the tine of such transaction Tor further particulars call on John Cook Stanford Ky WOODS HKOS Election Notice Re zuar tern Lincoln County Court hell May nth i90llon Ja P Bailey Juet pte IJInj In the matter of the petition of W D BJmlston ant J C McWhorter anj oer for a local option election In Crib OrcbarJ AURljterlal dis trlct No i In Lincoln County Ken tucky Judgment The written petltlen of W D EJmlston J C Mc Whorter anJ others thaI an election U held at Crab OrchariMagisterialDietrietNo a In Lin coin county Kentucky on the 3rJ day of June 190 to tike the sense of the legal voters In salt district who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors shell toe told bartered or tunnel In said district and asking that the provisions of the law and prohibition to all druggists In slid district having been received by Jas Bal- ey the Lincoln County Court on the jrd diy of April too and having been filed In open court and an order noting Its aJ hung having been entered In said Court at a special term of salt Court held on the a jrd day of April 90J the matter dine on for hewing upon the utpaitlon ani the proof and- it appearing to the court from the petition ant the proof heard that the said petition was signed by all of the parties whose names appear thereto and that each one of them are legal voters In said district and quail heJ to vote at an election for county officers and It also likewise appearing to the court that of the said petitioners tog are legal voters In voting precinct No i and 89 are legal voters In voting precinct No iwhich are the only two precincts In the said district and at toe last preceding zen era election there were act In utd voting precinct So r 95 votes ani In uii preclnt No a e7 votes end so It therefore apo peering that numbers the petitioners from each of the uii respective precincts are more than 95 per cent of the votes cast In the sail respective precincts at the last general election and that the said lawltisnoworieredandedjuigeibq election be held In Crb Orchard No a In Llnculn county Kentucky oaahelyd darofJune 9oj for the purpose the sense legal voters in said district who are qualified to vote i at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors shall toe sold bartered or loaned therein and U Is fur Iner adjudged thtt the provisions of the law under which this election Is ordered and prohibition shall apply to all druggist In said district M S Uiughoan the Sheriff of Lincoln county Is hereby directed to a poll at each of the young InCrabcounty Kentucky on the sjrd day of June spot for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters In aU district who an qualified to vote at an for county officers upon the proposition not Spirituous Vinous or Mill ors shall elecllonI bartered or loaned therein the uld provisions taw and prohibition to apply to all druggists district A Copy Attest OEO a DOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court e I HERE AND THEREI Four prisoners escaped from Jail at Jackson Tcnn f- Mr James King of near Columbia Tenn I was Instantly killed by lightning Maryland Episcopalians have vot against changing the name of the churc1a At Pillsburg Albert Dobrytlnio ello and killed Mary Mnceusk and attempted suicideMany who ate Ice cream and strawberries at a festival In Harrodibntg were made ill Willie finillli a small boy was ae cidentally kllird in the Straight Creek mines at Pincville The New York Central railroad expects to build a tower 760 feet high around the site of Its station In New York The Presbyterian General Assembly at Los Angeles has adopted the overture providing for tho revision of faith A girl in France awoke from a cats leptic condition In which abe had bet for 20 year She tiled the next day The plant of the Perkins Machli Company in South Boston Man was 100000Yex- perimenting with growing toljcco under canvas In tho of Kentucky The New York police havo unearthed band of men who are making a busincas of kidnaping girls and holding them for ransomAt Miss Fannie Shields e young women who sued S M James an aged man for broach of promise was awarded 1750 damages A revolver duel was fought between Paul Both and Gus lluben at the Latoni track Eleven shots were exchanged but neither of the principals was bit His Last Hope Realized In the fret opening of Oklahoma to let tiers in 1889 the editor of this paper was among the many seekers after fortune who made the big taco one fine day In April During his traveling about an d afterwards his camping upon his claim ho encountered much bad water which together with the severe heat gave him a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost impossible to check and along In June the case became BO bad ho expected to die Oneday one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Chem berlains Colic Cholera and Disirhoe- Remedy as a last hope A big dose wee given him while be was rolling about on the ground in great agony and In a few minutes the dose was repeated The good effect oi the medicine was soon notIced and within an hour the patient was tak- Ing isle first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a complete cure and he cannot hep but feel grate ful Tho season for bowel disorders bo Ing at hand suggests this itemTho Sen tlnel Oebo Mont For sale by Craig tit Hocker LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lutes iCo nave bought a car load of hORS for Sept 1 delivery at 6c In Scott T T Hedger lost by dent h his lino jack Billy Brecklnrldtfe valu ed at 11000 Lutes k Co shipped two douple decked cars of lambs to Cincinnati yesterday They paid 60 for them J D Horton sold to Mr J B Wllllg a bay maro for 1100 and bought of Mr Bozo Brown two heifers for 847 50 W P Carson sold to Frank She maker of Bansonvlllo Va his farm of 103 acres for 0400 Possession Jan lit J L Cogar of Midway has bough the hemp crop of George S Byrns of Woodford 14000 pounds at 525 Advocate LOSTBlack sow weighing about 00pounda Right bind leg bas been broken above bock Short stub tall T C Stringer CrAb OrchardIt FAIR DATES The following is the lilt of fair dates bed for this year Richmond July 13 0 days Crab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 284 days Cynthlana July JrO 4 days Hustonville July 29 3 days Danvllle August 4 4 days Madlaonville August 4 days Brodhead Aug 03 days Lexington August 10 G days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aug 19 three days Bhepherdsvllle August 25 4 days London Aug 26 three days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept 1 5 days Elizabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owcniboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 G days In the neighborhood of 200 lives lost al many more persona missing thousands of persona homeless and property lots that will aggregate vague millions Is the latest report from the aood ridden districts on the Kaw the Mlaslsalp pl and the MUsourl rivers I The Jewell County Republican a Missouri paper prints the following obituary She reared nine children she darned 100000 socks she cooked 100000 meals she washed a million dishes IMy wife you does exactly as she please pleasesI The town of Melszghero In Asiatic Turkey was destroyed by an artb quake In which 2000 lives were lost Central Kentucky Exchanget Stanford Ky No ihens suit lot to etanforJflf roeunln good Delghbornoc doeetoehnrcbaudscbool ltor small tam iir lrlce O- No 2 SmalIfarmSTacrti Smiles from hun ford ItouMol four gooJ rooms luck porch tact veranda Blood barn anti other i lIdlOP in good Cut In ilx fields well fenced 0 aerw In- culavatlononeacre In fruit trw mt bargain cAUrkn U eolditiroaegslooClorseiutooKhr al Price Sat per acre told for f14 and fU TM Is a bargain No S HOUM Stanford hors con aim Ore rooiui floodatabteandbacreofland- well fenced Ont of prettiest Imlldltg loll In town room enough In front fr two other collage or at story front could be built to the cottig and de 1015 DeautiNl150050 Will be old cbeap u the owner must have money No 4Two iraiuo dwelling 7 room hall 1npor or ren No 5 HouM and lot In Stanford Three rooms Goadpre lio douseantlotIStanfordli4storie Si 011111lolord on county road M seen Ten la itaiture 1 good orchards and roc In timber Twu uusllmttegee good barn lid outbuildings wiHI and P 1 hero can be Indlanapuaao No J2lIweUlntt ofIK roomb hell and porch necnSMry outbuildings and garden Ala large two story store room JJiW lest lover room with counters shelTes te Water In storeroom also cistern ant well on place luppllflllI back ofaton One mile from Stanford In govl repair and dwelling orUlnally aad store our 1200 Will Mil both fur tUO or will rent or sell separately No t2IO acre mil ot Crab Greharl Ky llrtek dwelling 8 rooms two tenant hosts two buns spring near dwelllag Farm in high Ito of cultltallon 150 arm rtver bottom axeaCrab Orchard opruill Springs ingress no lID proTeuents stock bun abundance of wit water IretUritWiaingallelo town lrlee I30U4 No 51 Alarm oftMacree la Lincoln county Thin good dwellings S good buns sad other outbuilding tech hosts barn etc about the center of 100 urn All on county road H mil from church school and ptxtoffire Lalwell and well watered Thla It a good tob would suit two or tbre ftulllet that might want to come ram the um neighborhood lrk muon Ue No asIIouw and 5ve arm of land In JUKIt net K Nereaaary oulbwlldlnin Fencing goof and well watered Will tell Ibli place ou easy termsKateHouseandat acre 01 land within lV mile of Stanford blouse coatalnt flf room reranJa etc newly lows new nun rota crib granary etc All bulUlngt and f odog In iplendtd repair Well watered Ibis It a utor t deetrsDlehewa l rirt tlWO Nol1Twotory eightreoreramdwellte y la Stanford Ky LaFft garden red barn This reasonable a one ofthowMMt l e4raliehoatea la tewa lrteo I 1SA nice sad tot oa Lancaster Lkta11 1100No acre tsar IlastwAW Dwelling of eljht rootai hallvetlauHa ri00 tenant txttut stork ham t1IIO lava seal other oatbulldlnga LLteroadgiadwNl la th jard and waltrloerery fleM on in plac Iarm Sot In area 5e4di sad fintttau land No IOA fan of 110 acres frame dweMtx tour rojmi goal etock harts red all necetaary abwlldbs rD lo8 good well watered htla H lIhI Wacmln tlllko mt In blw nsc Sthan half mile Irons turnpike We offer tilts plane for only 8per acre NoIl SNattnof ueJ la lUekeattltfer sate or cashing Hat all necvuary InpreTteaeot wrtl watered Ae Will be wU at a bargain No Inof Xi aerea tllualed Bear Klap rllle Ky M sera ID cwlUtalloo SB In ticker watered two good barn and ehH- ostlullldngs IOOd repair lllwdn tmanrarenrs- ly new Is wlibin 1M yr or three churches school puatAlfic and C S depot Iropertr lies on pike and eminty net and la tba seat de raW farm In that aeatlen We will sell the whole farm tar It tOO or la parcel of not Irea than M atrea tu rropertyNoDwelling good barn etc Well wltred cooing and bun llu In KOO repair lreducttrlise noneland In good setrhlarhwddon to school ud on good road lNce STOO No UA farm of 100 acre la Cany county Ky Onando aehalf storydeslllag with six rooms good barn and other outbullillnga tidy acre la cultlratlon 41 acre In timber roll trees sic Lye well on manly road tics to churches school etc rice only Keo- No WIIoueand one sere land Hens ton Ulna Mten room Terander cellar etc AU nee weary oullialldlnn Extra urge bun ell is ipleudld repair lIou newly painted and rarer ed astern at door Goal garden and large bars lot Plenty of fruit on place lrk 11104 No 11lli4ser a of laud In Ford county Kaa sly mllflrow railroad and mllea fret Arkansas rlrer Seventy nee of land It rlrer botiou Is An dill land and In grass This land U for aal or exchange No 9A farm of 122 seas four tallea free tabrlt la the well watered- ltaciogg0o1 oweuing front pits all no w ry outbuildings A splendid lilue grate firm atil only Hmlnuletdrlrefroni county real Owner 01 Mae fmdJlnlnlhI has recently refuted fli use sere We otfr ibis at UIL Ma MFarm ol US sew In Casey COIInllTwoframe dwrillng two good mballillngi In r Splendid tobacco land anal la good community A bargain a lWO No G7IIIotUllatfft In Casey county A dwelling a Dd old- deellinginfairmoditlon llama and other out building On county ro d splendid tobacco tartd welt watered two wells tprlog etc This la a de Jrable home Irlwllno No 48Flrty rem near Pleasant PoInt Ey Frame noose I rooms and porch Barn anti olher S acres In culllratlon rest In timber Wellwaered00yards from pottofflcejchool and rbureb lays well on pike anti In g cow aunity lrIcWO No 19 90 4 acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Two sarr house 9 rooms hallrennda 12 acres splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford Prop ey In good water and lIhls In huute clt tern at door Ufaullllll home Price 11000 Nol llouaol5nroonisporch one acre of round and good table One mile rout town Ydce two No Li Finn oft U rellltullee from Stanford Fame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 2 bra one a log liable and wagon shed combined the other sa extra good came with cattle abed attached Dam arrangedfercurtst tobacco Also hennery amokehoute and corn Fine orchard Fendeg In Well watered 2 cistern etc Tblt farm hasbeen by a former own preseInd Improved ft Inmlleaofrspoau5ce and Itented for 1902 for hall rent toil la cultlrated in- clrn wheat tobacco and clover 1111 perfect Cull present owner 8300 u county record will- Ihow tiltor12500- No 21 Dwelling of 4 roomt with 20 tree Und Moreland Uooil barn and necessary outbulld 2 wells In artl orchard and 2 Bern Ktrawberrlca Iiumedlate poMeatlon Price ItiOO Na 26 Frame hotel large rooms double versa des hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting street 30 fat from hotel up stairs tutu bl fordwelllng 2 nice cottage nicely furnished papered and 4 room and veranda each A barn on aaiue lot ute as livery liable Good 200lootnllis a line chance fur awe one to money proprietor has refused to rent property fur JJO per month On account of 111 hel1h of hi wife only reason for tolling proprietor dealre to exchange rdrm In Lincoln county No 27A terse of 116W acea In Qarrard county a intleafrom lAncaster Ky All In grass timothy clover and bluegraat except 10 acres no waste land Finely watered by pond and tncnea through the peaceIfhe land I rich so- productive grows hemp Newly fenc Mo with wire anti A orchard iproTenitnti B JfiOOO twottoryelght room frame dwelUne wardrobe In each room pantries cellar eta newly covered and painted tenant house bara and outbuildings all In good condition In good neighborhood near church school depot ittotlice ant store within 400 yards of lbls place wl be told cheap No U90 terra of land one mile from Somerset Ky cut In term field Forty acre In cultlTa lion 40 aerea In pasture balance In timber Dwell log contains MTenroouia Large barn and all nee easary outbuildings Fences and buildings In Iplen- did repair wen watered price JiSW L R Hughes Secretary cI TreMur SPECIAL BARGAINSF- OR v THIS WEEK AT The New VOPK store t Mens Clothing Mints Suits worth S5 for 820S Jlcng 87 Suits nt 81 25 Mens SO Suits nt 8C Mens 1250 Suits nt 8750 Boys lloav1ShoosFine Shoos worth 82 nt 8135 hell Fine Shoes worth 8275 nt 8175 Mens Fine Shoes worth 3ut 82 Mens Fine Shoo worth 8350nt 8250 Ladies Shoes worth 8160 nt DOc Lnilios Shoos worth 8175 nt 81 Ladies Shoes worth 82nt 115 Latlios Shoes worth 260 nt 8150 We are also paying for eggs this week J2Jo per dozen The New York Store Next Door to Lincoln County National Bnnk Who aIealaas There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prcscrintons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should bo allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to servo you When we fill your proscriptiion every drug that enters into it lugs tho exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store First National Bank Xy Capital 50000 This was originally established as the Bank of In 1165 ofStanford laUUbettersupplied everbetorelaIts Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Directors J D Paxtoo JIB S n Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter Stanford Stock Institution Deposit Sunerd Owiley Give 1KU Officers J B HOOKER Presi J J Obr W H WKAUEV Uk- prDirectors P IUM Dauvllle 8 T Harris Stanford J8 Mocker Stanford W P Walton Lexington leIUanflJI StanfordTJaa Robinson Hubble StanfrllW I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ICAPITAL STOCK BJSOOOO Successors to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under acme mana contlnuoualyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Stanford Ky JIIIIf B H SHANKS President J H OWSLEY Caibler W it HUIOIIT Asst Cashiers aiiYa curEyesAre badlyfitting Have Them TestedAt least once a year If your glasses have become scratched by frequent wiping dont endanger your eyesight bysing them They should be chnngti as soon as you dont see as well as you used to through them Craig Hocker ST A Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also a Splendid Line of TROUSERS all Manufactured by tho very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock W E PERKINS IL C5 RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Him a Call UoROnKRTS Officers NFORDI CLOTHING Crab IKySTANFORD GREENHOUSE J EYERGREENSBalaam Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias f nedlSlngandPhone 89rlng 3 1