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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALh t VOL XXX1 STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 5 1903 SAM NO 28 IMIDDLESBORO Mlddlciboro u without doubt In many respects tbo most ploturcique town on tho map After a residence here of nearly four exceedingly busy months I shall endeavor ai fIAt ai In my power to give your boat ol read en a pun picture of this al present thriving town I know that a very small minority of the aforesaid reader look with dltfavor on the place on account ol losses Incurred in a mad effort to get rich quick but I am writing thlI for the benefit of those who have never bad an opportunity to visit this section I Whoa a necl maiden who U just en f tcrlog her lUh year was In swaddling clothes the die of the at present OourI ishing town of Mlddloeboro was a val Icy a mile or moro wide and about IlxI miles long To the eAt about four and ono half miles Is historic Cumborlaod Gap Hi pinnacle rising something llko 2000 feet above the valley and Its front standing like a grim sentinel guarding the gateway between tbo three great States of Kentucky on the one tide and Virginia and Tennessee on the other To the west Is the Canada mountain the highest one In this vicinity I have been told by parties who have climbed Hi rugged sides that It Is fully 10 miles to the summit although It looks to be only about three Circling around and connecting the two points mentioned above and at a dlilaoco of from three to six miles from the city on the south side Is the main range of tbo Cumber land mountains three tides covered with verdure In different shades of green A ong the tops of this range run the State line between Kentucky and Tennessee Some portion of the present site of the city was under cultl vaton and a goodly part Wit covered with underbrush forest trees weeds etc Yellow Creek a sluggish stream Out the size of Logans Creek winds IU serpentine way through the valley At time when driving rains fall tho waters rush madly down from the mountain tides the whole valley becomes a vast lake My father who drove mules south before and after the clvit war told me ho was detained for two days here once by goods in Yellow CreekWhen the English Town Co landed hero In isss or 16S6 with their 67800 they bought up I learn from some of the old rcsldenlert about 700 acres pay log bout 135000 therefor and laid out what they confldenllv believed would be In a few yean a oily of 100 000 or more population with factories furcicoi steel plants etc Money was spent In the most lavish manner A canal two miles long Its sides and bot tom lined with planks was dug and It winds In graceful curves through the city Three or four hundred men most ly Italians wore employed for 18 long months In digging this canal This had the effect of shortening the creek about three miles and tbo current being very rapid all surplus water Ii soon carried away Cumberland Ave at present a One thoroughfare originally abouislx mile ing but now about four 100 foet wide ai straight as an arrow and level as a floor was laid out and McAdamlaed for about three miles Concrete pavement lu feet wide were laid for a distance oft a mile or moro on each side of this av cane A number of other streets all bearing English names were laid out running parallel with Cumberland Ave Cross streets running numerical ly from 1 to 100 or more run north and south Hugo hill were cut down and the dirt and rocks from these and from the canal wero used in filling the bed of Yellow Creek and low places People who camo here at the begin ning of the boom toll mo that work went on day and night Sunday and every day without any Intermission whatever A system of sewerage ca pable of carrying off hundreds of ihous anus of gallons of water ate dally was laid A lake two to th ee miles long and about U miles from the city was created A water works plant which with lu ponderous machinery by the tide of that at Stanford would make the latter look like a toy with mains doze 11 of miles long and capable of pump log a million or moro gallons of water per day the eofiett and purest on the globe was built An electric light plant was put in and the thousands of lights tot to glistening and gloaming through iho foliage on hill tops and In the valley makes a person feol like hole In a Magic City Indeed The crowning glory of our English cousins however Is tbo MIddlesboro Hotel Standing on the brow of a bold ridge which extend from north to south and projects Into the valley be low It presents an imposing appear ance Its style of architecture Is to my eye unique and very pleasing and all it neede now to bring out Its attrac done It a fresh coat of paint The Interior of too building Is furnish ed In native hardwoods There Is an elegant office pool rooms several dining drawing toilet and bath rooms parlor otc An Inspection of the paIee of the register at any time will show the names of travelers from every section of too United States odd some from foreign countries Mr O W Kemp tbo present manager seems po cullarjy lilted for the place He for Porno tlmo a traveling salesman forI Swift Co Uosoetni to understand Just how to please that most exacting of the LaDIIcasterCumberland Huber Phoenix all of which will take rank with those of oth or cities To the north and west of the Mid dlesboro Hotel la the main residence portion of the olty or at least the most desirable Here are many elegant res idence Qucensbury Heights In tbo eastern portion of the city has some beautiful homes A short distance north of and 100 or more feet higher It the Oelvue once a small boardinghouse but It hat lately been refurnish cd and converted Into flats The view from the observatory on the third hoer of tho Delvuo le magnificent Speaking of flats reminds me of the fact that there is an Increasing and overwhelming demand for dwelling and lilts ocd as a oonioqucnco rents are ad vanolng rapidly There are a groat many handsome and substantial business houses In tho city Not mere plies of brlok and mortor but the archltec tecl who planned them teemed to have vied with each other In trying to tee who could on do the other An exceedingly Ono quality of stone was used for opening columns arches etc Many of the buildings are tbreo and four stories high and over 100 feet longThere are two other item I was about to overlook and which I believe will be of Interest One 1s tho Arto ilan well drilled to a depth of about 500 feet Could Poneo do Leon In his search for the fountain of perpetual youth have been permitted to partake of a draught of its sparkling water he would have certainly exclaimed Eu reka The force with which It flows appears to never diminish There are three openings through which It die charges Itself one at the livery stable on 19th Strebt one at tho fountain at the crossing of 20th Street and Cum berland Ave and one at the swimming pool just below the Mlddlciboro At the two former place aro drinking troughs and spouts for man and beast It is a pleating light to sea a horse go up to one of the troughs and no matter how hot boll plunge his nose In and drink until you would think hli sides would almost burst The other object of Interest U the bridge across the ca nal on Cumberland Ave just below the hotel It has five passageways each 20 feet wide It le said to have colt OOOO It U built of Iron and Ii a massive structure So much for the city now of the In habitants thereof A careful esti mate pianos tbo population at about 6000 souls A school census taken a few weeks since ibowed there were 1026 white and 3 Jt colored children in the city The population U made up of people from nearly every part of the globe You will find them here from from the snowy stoops of Russia to tho vino clad hills of sunny Italy while believe that every state In the union hat one or more representailvoi For Instance my next door neighbor Mr Hugh Allen was born and reared at Greensburg Ky while his wife It a native of Pennsylvania Mr Hawkins and family next to them are from South Dakota ate etc There are qulto a number of families from Colum bla and Adair county and quite a number from Carroll county So you will too wo aro considerably mixed As regards tbo native of this section I wish to speak truthfully I am satisfied from a close study of them and dally Intercourse that they will com paro favorably with the people of any section of this Commonwoaltb Of course they havent had tbo educa tional advantage enjoyed by more fa vored sections I moan the poorer class 01 but I have never mot a moro tracta ble kind clover people In my life I am satisfied that the troubles In this section among the natlveo have been greatly exaggerated by unscrupulous newspaper correspondents Take the Turner families for Instance and their name seems to bo legion I have never mot one of thorn who didnt Impress mo at being a typical Kentuckian Their troubles for tho greater part have been among themselves and 01 one of the older men of the name told mo Ii largely duo to the fact that they have Intermarried with the inevitable results degenerated One characteristic of tho natives hero and which Is peculiar to all of the people of the mountains eo far as my observation extends Is that the greater majority use tobacco in some form or other A very largo majority of the males and a large portion of the females chow and our sales of snuff are astonishingly large As to that portion of the population who from one cauto or another have become citizens of the city a few words will sulllce I speak the words of truth wboleIpoclaIpossess every makes a residence among a people de unable and pleasant I honestly be marIas pretty maidens the woods are simply full of them Ai this letter Ii much longer than I bad Intended or expected It should be I will close with a mention of tbo business interests and future prospect of the city There are three or four largo dry goods houses the same number of clothing shoe and hat itorci These each carry stocks which will compare favorably with any In Stanford Dan villa etc Three or more largo grocery stores four meat market and the amount of goods they sell would aston tab a person not accustomed to a rush of business There Is a large number of restaurant and they all do a ibriv log business five or more barber shops ole Wo have In the city eight law yers a like number of doctors and two or three dentists We have six or le- on churches a hospital several largo school houses and as pretty an opera house with seating capacity of 1000 or 1200 ai you can find anywhere While there aro eight or 10 saloons t have seen fewer drunken men hero than you will see in Stanford There have only boon three or Jour killings since I have been hero and those were among the most vicious class and re moved from the business and better portion of the city I have teen not exceeding three pistols and neither of them was on a mans person The Idea of men hero swaggering around with big pistols on them and carrying Winchesters It preposterous A trans grosser of the law has about as llllle chance to go unpunished ai a enow ball has to keep from melting In a hot climate Several young men and boys wero heavily lined for creating a slight dla turbanco at a camp meeting in the sub urbs of the city last Sunday The R R business here la Immense I have been told by parties who knew that the volume of business In that line is exceeded only by Louisville and Lex Ingion in the State By keeping my ears open and listening when they thought I Was not I have heard that the amount of business done by the R Rs would amount to considerably more than a half million dollar a year and that It hat about doubled In the lau 12 months There are 10 or more coal companies operating In and around the city Something like 150 car of coal are loaded per day and those In position to know say that by next fall this number will be doubled The railroads em play a great number of men and the pay roll amounts to thousands of dol lane per month A branch road rune up Mango Hollow eight miles and an other up Stony Fork for 10 mile It seems to be n settled fact that a road will be built In the noar future to Ear Ian 42 miles The furnace employs between 300 and 400 men wages averaging about 130 Their output I understand is about 2SO tone of Iron per day The Excelsior Bottling Works em ploys a number of men and boys and tome of their products to the mana ger Mr W R McDowell late of Richmond Ky says are shipped as far West as Tacoma and to Washington D Cand Philadelphia In the East They aro also doing a thriving local business Their plant Ii a model of cleanliness The New South Brewing Ice Co has a magnificent plant about one mile caitof the city The original cost of the plant wag about 350000 Their beer Is shipped to many distant point They employ 45 to 60 men Their pay roll amounts to about 92000 per month Their output of beer Is x500 to 2000 barrels of 32 gallons of beer per month They put In about 10000 worth of new machinery last year The S Leather Co has a plant covering four or five acres about U miles North of the oily I visited the placn some weeks since Mr W P Artz the superintendent Is an exceed ingly genial gentleman but declined to give mo much Information ae to the amount of business they are doing About all I could get from ham was that they employ 125 men In the van oui departments I learned however from parties who professlto know that they put In the vats about 230 hides per day and takeout about an equal number of the finished product Their hide come from the west and their products all go east so Mr Artz told me Their employes receive an average of about 135 per day There are something like 2000 rain era In Mlngo Hollow and on Stony Fork and thousands of dollars are paid each month tb them r The steel plant seems to have shut up shop for good An Immense amount of money was expended thereto little purpose With Its 12 smoke tack and acres of ponderous machin cry etc It stands a silent and Impres vivo monument to some ones folly The furnace however with Its great banks of boilers gas retorts pipes machinery etc its flowing streams of molten metal Ii n sight to behold Us pillar of tmoke by day and pillar of fire by night the latter at Intervals light log up the surrounding country for miles remind me vary forcibly of the account of the Israelites In their exo dUI from Egypt and wanderings In the desertMIddlesboro has a floe system of pub llo school Prof ri O Wlnfroy bOB done a great work during the year he has been hero The attendance was something like 500 and their closing exercises some weeks since demontlra ted the fact that he and his assistants aro peculiarly filled for the task of training the young The exercises were held In the opera house which was filled to lu utmost capacity by a delightful audience We have two weekly paper the MIddlesboro News and the MIddlesbo ro Record and both got all the work they can do Tho formers business during last month I learn amounted to nearly 11000 G W AlbrcCbt Is proprietor of the News and he la certainly a man of parts Besides attend log to his paper he Is also postmaster Ho has two assistants who conduct the oIUceC E Cooke and J T Chad wick and two cleverer more accommo dating patient public servants than Charlie Cooke and Jim Cbadwlck nev er lived The Cunningham Bros are tho proprietors of the Record The Stanford colony is getting on nicely G A Peyton in addition to hs boarding house which Is always full to overflowing has opened a gro eery store S W Givens Is well pleas ed with his prospect The writer and family are delightfully located In a nice residence West of and within a stone throw of tho MIddlesboro Hotel and wo would be pleased at nov time to see any of our friends from dear old Stanford As ever A A WARREN KINGSVILLE Prospects for tomatoes are fine tumors of June weddings are rife Dan Hester will open his Ice cream parlor soon Mr G A Walter IB till improving his property Court was held here Friday Hong Harvey Helm and R C Warren were present Mr Campbell returned from Lexing ton Monday bringing with him a new engine for his taw mill Dr W B OBannon made another visit hero a few days since Mies Em ma Routen returned from Lexington Monday Miss Lucy Davidson Is visiting relatives at Burgin After a very pleasant visit to Met dames W R Cundlff and D P DEnoen at Somerset your correspondent Is at homo again ready to give the I J Klngtvlllet latest The ladles of our town will give a lawn fete for the benefit of the Chris tlan church on the evening of June 18 The public Is cordially Invited to at tend and enjoy the occasion as well at help a good cause Most of our sick patients are conva lescing Mack William continues but Dr Thompson now thinks be can save the patient arm which for a while teemed to require amputation Mr and Mrs Fount Dlsbon and baby are visiting relatives at McKlnney Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is eon stantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent ex pression from T J McFarland Bentor vllle Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored nil the time without being bone fitted Then I began taking Dr Kings Yew Discovery and a few bottles corn pletely cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bot ties tree regular sizes 50c and 11 When asked If be would prosecute Curtis Jett for assassinating J B Mar cum Hon C J Bronston replied I would not tako Mra Marcumi money were It offered me It would bo use less for her to make such an expendi ture In so hopeless a cause 4lh July rate ono fare and third round trip via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale July 2 3 4 good re turning until July 8 Ask ticket agent for particulars t AsilEVirLE AND RETURN One fare for the round trip plus 2Sc Juno 11 12 13 July 22 to27 via QueenVb Crescent Route Ask ticket agent for particu larlI Wo have just received from one of the largest Importers in the country 50 Dozen PURE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS thisweek10 Cents Each Also 30 dozen Bordered Handkerchief regular 10 cent good which we will sell for 5 CENTS EACH This shipment U composed of small odd lots which the Importer was aiixitu to close out we bought thorn at a bargain and will give our customers the benefit IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and RepairingI Your money back It youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KB REMEMBER THAT J R Haselden at Lancaster IS THE MAN FOR TINWORK Summer Goods Wo have a full stock of Tho Perfection 011 Stoves White Enameled Refrigera tors Ice Boxes Ico Grteam Freezers Screen Doors Sash and Wire Fly Paper Fly Traps c Call and see us Phone 10 HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Who Shall fill 111 avaesnsets sseaasro Theru should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to servo you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug StoreStanford CLOTJHINGA Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also a Splendid Line of TROUSERS all- Y Manufactured by the very best manufacturers =in the country Call anti sec our stock W E PERKINS NOTICE All persons having claims the e tate of J 9 Ilosley deceased are hereby requested to Ole 8mo properly proven ai required by law on or before 1003 personsknowingare requested to lettle same with the ad mInistrator before the ditto above mention edtL 0 BOS LEV Administrator Crab Orchard t Ky STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBnlflmn Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias CJFloral cjfrslrri on hrt notice Bedlng and Vereiubfw Plant o all kinds sevaon Phone 40 ring 3 I rr 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r E C WALTON W FRANK MC rJINNEY- Ifr a canJUatt for the nomination for Sheriff of Un colD county sutjtct to the action of the DemocraUc party THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county suijed to the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD It a eanaUate for Shtrlfl of Lincoln county sutjflt to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county suiJect a to the action of the democratic party h JESSE C LYNN c Is acandldate for sheriff of Uncoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS Iia to the action of Ihe democratic lrtyIf WIHERRIN U a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party Democratic Ticket t I A for Goiwior J C W BECKITA31 t For Lieutenant Governor lr P TllORKE I For Auditor of State- S U UAGER For Trtamrt- rII t 21 BOSWORTH- For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State II V JlcCHESNEr For Suptrititendent of P Wfc InHrnci J 11 FUQUA For CowNiMioncY of Agrtevfatrt HUBERT VREELAXD For Clerk of Court of Appeals j MORGAN cmxx For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Jndg- eMCSAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM C For Repreientitlve J M ALVERSON i I STRANGE but apparently authcntl teode to prove that David E 0 4George who died lait January at Enid O T was John Wlllcea Booth the as eaesln ol Abraham Lincoln Claims to I this effect made after an alleged death bed confession by George are furthe borne out by the announcement tha- i Junlui Brutus Booth a nephew of the assassin has Identified the body of George as that of his uncle nod tha k Joseph Jefferson Clara Morris and otll t ere have agreed with him In the Iden tification Added to this Is a statemen e from Baell Moxley of Baltimore thai t the body lowered Into a grave In Green t wood cemetery by him and three oth er pall bearer was not that of Booth i ae the world at the time was led to be j lleve tALIEUTENANT who was about tc worth Kay sweetheart i marry his Leaven I has had his prospects blighted by the charge by a Filipino girl whc I claims to be his wife with desertion girl recently applied to the war 1The for assistance and filed i of what she claimed was the mar- riageI 1 certificate The war department F t is investigating the matter and if the lieutenant has been trifling with fgayaffections of the Filipino maiden j by false pretenses it Is hoped that ho- i be made to live with her and sup 1wUll1 the child I THERE have been many reasons for to get a pension but Mr Speel iiltrlDItof Maryland takes the cake for originality He avers that he was born in 1862 and In 1803 while yet an In d fant was left alone in a farm house between the lines of the Union and t Confederate armies during a skirmish and that he was so frightened by the musketry and cannonading that bis 4 nervous system was shattered thereby rendering him an Invalid for the re mainder of his life ONE of the clergy predicts the end f of the world before the St Louis expo sltlon begins and urges that the cot of preparation be saved If be has got itheInformation straight It might be a Idea but what would Lindsay and the other fellows who are to draw 15000 x+ 1andexpenses do poor things in that J POLITICAL I W M Harrison police judge of Shelbyvllle wants the republican nom 2 ination for scretary of State judicial elections In Cook coun if itbeIll resulted In thb election of 14 democratic and four republican f udgee t of Clay county will hold iRepubUcans 25 to nominate candl a dates for representative and circuit clerk The data Is the same on which district primary will be t 1beld the judicial I Harry Lancaster was nominated for State Senator by the democrats of tbe 15th senatorial district In conventlo at LebanonTwo Garrard county repub llcans organized a club at Lancaato to push the candidacy of Gus Wilson for governorSecretary of the Navy Moody has do termlncd to retire from the cabinet at the end of President Roooaavelts pres ent term Congressman Borelng tells the Washington correspondents that Gus Willson will be the republican noml nee for governor Senator Henna as temporary cbalr man of the Ohio republican State coo ventton at Columbus highly praIsed President Roosevelt In his rlonal and oQlclal course President Roosevelt was entertali during his stay at Cheyenne with a Wild West show arranged as the lead tug feature of his visit He was pre sented with a horse and a riding outfit Gov Bailey of Kansas may call an extra session of tho State Leglslati tp provide funds for the relief of flood sufferers at Topeka and elscwhe Tho reported dead In Topeka Dumber 60 Tho republican district commltt met at Mt Vernon and named Julv 3 as the date on which to hold their die trlct convention at Mt Vernon to nominate a candidate from this sonat rial district composed of Bell Jaok son Knox Laurel Pulaski Wbltl andJRockcastle counties THIS AND THAT W Kirk Boone has resumed the pub llcatlon of the Somerset Hornet John Sandusky of Casey county hot end killed his horse while drunk James H Shropshire one of Fay ette countys wealthiest men Is dear Five men were killed In a fight bi weep farmers and cattlemen In Che tone county Kan Mrs Nettle Green the richest woman in the world secured a renewal of her permit to carry a pistol Rev Mathew Van Lear a belove Presbyterian divine Is dead at his home near McAfee Mercer county Standing by the side of the coffin of ter father Miss Marie Morse was mar rled In New York to Harry A Hornet James Corn of Mercer county has flied suit against George Beasley for 2000 for the alleged betrayal of his daughter Miss Hester Corn Near Poteet Rockcastle county a maD named McFarland was shot 1 D the eye by John Vaughn and died They fell out over a woman Vaugh seeped The trustees of the State Colleg e leoted Hon Frank A Hopkins true tee to succeed the late J B Marcum Ibbls Carpenter was elected to succeed Judge B W Bradburn resigned Robbers entered the Mt Eden Bank In Shelby county After ransacklni Ibe drawers and finding no money they let the Interior of the bank on fire am the fixtures valued at 8500 were de iroyedFour lives were lost at Hannlba Mo as the result of the collision of a barile loaded with 250 Sunday schoo illdren with the pier of a bridge Tbe children had been taken on an ex baton to eee the high water- HIGHLAND Born to the wife of Rev S M Car rler a young Methodist preacher Mack Young of Klngsvllle moved- tbls week to Jim McGuffeys farm Mrs G W Taylor and eon of Alaba ma are visiting at Mr McKenzles Emory Vanbook of Pulaakl was- bere to get some tomato plants from Greeo Young the great tomato raiser Most of the tomato raisers are thro settlolr their plants A larger acreage of millet and sorghum U being sowed tbao usual Mr Murphy of Somerset was at C H Bakers Tuesday to make arrange menta with him to buy ginseng roots to set out on his farm near Somerset Mrs Lucy Baugh and Messrs E G- aod Walter Baugh were visiting rela- Uvel at Somerset this week A G Faulkner was at home with his family SuodavMr Fagaley will move the re mains of his wife who was interred 10- the Methodist church yard some years lince to the Parlor Grove cemetery Dear Waynesburg E B Austin Is moving his house up Dearer the pike Barney Ernst had the Isfortune to cut his foot severely R G Long who bad the same misfortune some time since Is able to be out MATRIMONIAL James Adams aged 17 and Miss El len Singleton 10 will be made one t- Green Adams today invitations to tho marriage of Miss Katherine Waddle to Mr Edwin Porch Morrow both of Somerset have been celved by frlenda here The ceremony will take place at the Methodist churcb that city at 0 V M June 18 That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave yon if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sullererers have proved their matchless merits for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and buildup your health Only 25c money back If- not cured Sold by all druggists HUMPHREY Notwithstanding it rained till nearly 11 oclock Saturday morning a toad crowd assembled at tho Ucorgo Browo grave yard and decorated the gravo of Col Silas Adams and other soldiers burled there The speakers stand was beautifully and tastefully decorat with flowers and an arch ornament with flowers was erected over the entrance to the burial ground After tho graves were strewn with flowers tbe assemblage marched to the spcakc stand where they wore held for some time by an oration by Judge H C aa ker of Columbia at the conclusion of which bo paid a floe tribute to the worth gallantry and patriotism of Col Silas Adams He also spoke with lad news of those of the vicinity lost In bat tie of Captain Jarrard W Jenkln killed at Perryvllle October 8 160- 2Llout of James Humphrey killed Dear Hllliboro Ga July 31 ISM and Dav- Id Leo Morgan at Vicksburg Mill Judge Baker was tollowei by tho aRed Col Flnnlcum of Pulaskl Station Col Flnnlcum has spent 29 years In tbe army 25 years as a regular and four years In the civil war He gave an I- ttercsllng war speech which was lister ed to with much attention Ho aleo gave much praise to Col Silas Adami as he had much admiration for his patriotism and daring gallantry as a sol Her and although a northerner ho loved his adopted State for the stan ho took In the war E TARRANT MARKSBURY J M Phillips Jr of Stanford was the guest of J W Simpson Mrs A J Rice and son Bomer have elurned from a visit to her sister Mrs ilnk or Lexington Rev Stalllngs will have a roll cal seating at the Fork Sunday All teem lers are requested to be present The Christian Endeavor will give a trawberry and Ico cream supper at leaaant Grove Tuesday night next 9tb Everybody come and get all you can eat for 25c I5o for children Mr Bennle Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday with Will Doty of Paint Lick lateen Bogle made a flying trip tc tlcbmond Monday Speed Boner ol tlchtnond was down to see his girl Suo day Mrs Crlt Eubanks and little aughter are with her mother Mrs erklns Mr and Mrs C F Denman of Nlcholaavllle were here this week to see Miss Lizzie Simpson who Is ill Worst or All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that very minute wit be your last Such was tbe experience of Jrs S II Newton Do I fttur Ala I endured insufferable pain from Indigestion stomich and bowel trouble Death seemed Inevitable wbei doctors and all remedies failed At length I was Induced to try Electric Hitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recover ed For Liver Kidney Siomach and Bowel Troubles Electric Diners Is the 00- ly medicine Only 60c It1 guaran leed by all druggists CHURCH MATTERS Rev 0 M Hueye subjet Sunday morning Is Building the Church enlngSln Rev Jesse C Caldwell of Owentoo baa accepted a call to the Christian mrch at Selma Ala A Methodist church In New Jersey Ie raising funds by a series of round the world in an hour automobile trips Right Rev Edmund Obrecht abbot of Getnsemanl Is In New York to- make arrangements to bring to the abbey 200 monks who have been xpelled- from France Driven To Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family Is often driven to desperation in a case of ncel- deDI resulting in Burns Cuts Wound Ulcera etc Lay in a supply of Buck leD1J Arnica Salve Its tho best on earth 250 at all drug stores The Chicago only 35 Why pay 8100 when theChicago will do is well last aa long and orklcaai r than the 100 typewriter Lexington Bicycle Works- No 4S North Broadway tcxtogron Ky State Agents THE GRAND LEADER Figure Beauty securedBy WearlagTb FashionHip Model Perfect lines the result f- ot perfect corietasaklng Beautiful Fabrics Wo have a falMIno of this cobbrated Corset at 8100 Short Straight Front Canttll Cor sot 4SoaNOTIONSN- ow Shell Hair Pins tine 28o kind ICo Back Combs nt 10 15 and 25o Shirt Waist Pearls go at 26 35 and OOo sot Ladles knee longth 1lbbod Drawers 25c Lathes Drop Stitch Hose the 25o kind luc M LEVY Prora B Le 8 PRICK Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Omeesnr tRowr Orleynondlne R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Offlc over II1g los A McKlnneyi Stor Telephone Jo 81 H DR P WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HorsoShears Etreot WesUIinI Stanford Kentucky HaL The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Good Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cal NOTICE FARMERSThe Drown Wire Fence Is the strongest the most durable best fence made II fully frovlJti for expansion ant contraction and the are the same sire horlienult I frtM slariru anJ sIre fence desired See sam pie In wort haute HliUERT CARPENTER Agent- AlsoI anJ dealer In finest UareJ Plymouth Rock cIkens REFERENCES Messrs George Rler JsPlummer inj Dr J G Carpenter have examined and trlcJ the Brown Wire Fence and pronounce It the best and cheapest In the wcrM For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Omce N W bor Mtcra HOtol Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitable strongest in the world Get also a combination Disnbili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness FOR SALE The Tribble louse Junction City Ky I offer this well known hotel with all Its Furniture for sale U bested In Junction City Doyle county Kentucky at tho crow Ing of the Cincinnati Southern and the KnoxTllle division of the L N R B and II the dinner stand for the latter road It U a largo twoitory frame metal root build tog containing 35 rooms fronting 200 feet on the L N U R and TO feet on the O S Tbe lot contains about 3 12 acres of ground hat splendid barn aid outbuildings plenty of fruit and splendid water This Is one of the best In Kentucky hat an established Oommrrclal trade For further particulars write Or call on A TRIB8LE Junction City Ey Wo have just received from tho celt brnted Paragon Shirt Waist factor a largo lino of White anti Colorcc Shirt Waists also afull line of Ladies A rocjhlto MerIcerizedvlilobind trimmed Monte Carlo front 250 India Litton Sultolegantly mtjdc 250 300 400 and 8500 each Wo Imo recently added to our der partment a full and complete lino of Ladles Muslin Undunvodr a fow spe cants for a starter Ladles Muslin Gowns nteoly inndc 48 tents Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed i4 rents Ladles Corset Covers well made 15 rents Ladies Corset Covers trimmed 3fn Ladle Corset Covers trimmed Vn Lnee 4P- eSplendid mailo Skirt Hamburg trim noil 4Sc SPECIALS 20 loion Mons Fine 8100 Shirts goat 9conV Special Prices on- Mens Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you see ours we have tho rlht kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards 10lnchwldo Hamburg worth bL 35e yard as long as lasts goon at lOe yard In order for is many to share in this bargain RI possible we limit 10 yards to each ustomcr A MILLINERY Please call and see our of and in A Great Dollar SkirtH you decide to a dollar for one ot theto SoronU Petti coti youll get the grrntm skirt ratuethattrourmoeeyererboughtIn Utter quality than your could scarcely expect In a klrt at this figure And then It U elegantly trimmed with a yep deep flounce neat ruffle nut the belt point about this garment U the wr that It is made Every 4 ream U and there are no plat for the dust IhontlUy trtryotkrolsaktrt yoke II rent madctoorder IU only 10X prIThe tost 8100 fnlersKirt made dust proof rulHes very be t of Mercerized Sateen Hotter one at 8160 e2uni 83 See this lino before you buy CROSSETT A full lino of LKWIS A fltih SKTTS Mens Pino Show Wo ran Hultjyou at 82 8260 83 8360 and f4 We can jlve you choice of Pat Ki l Pal Colt or Viet Kid or nJI Calf The Shoo that 8U tho eyo anti tho foot THE GRAND LEADER jB CO 8 LEVYManapor RUPLEY It While you are figuringon t house figure Where the goods are se cured at the lowest prices stock in New Carpets Etc are second to none in Central Kentucky twill offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go at M26 The 25 kind will go at 2125 The 80 kind will go n216Th-e885 kind will go ntttO OThc 840 kind will go at 8117G The 50 kind will go ntt460You have never lied such an opportunity pre sented to you before so now is your chance All will besot up in your kitohcnland guaranteed GEO H FARRIS ICO Stanford suitable WEDDING And GRADUATING rcscnts sce W II MUELLER Jeweler Stanford I ITISINOT1 SECRET complete line Ladies Misses Childrens hats rear of post office building DAIS G SINGLETONS exchange and strapped SHOES Volour cleaning wit- hWitdersfurnitoreCo host Our Matting RANGESALE1W- e stoves Ky For KytI It Is No SecretI have the goods In quantity and quality and a little child can the same bargains andaltcnllon at the middle age Come and a low moments and look through and we will show you tbe most complete line of Grocer lee in section There Is the andhighgrado IbavoIItY and the prices will be satisfac tory to you J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky WOOL WHNTEDOII I will pay the highest mar ket price for 50000 pounds ofWool Call and get sacks J H Livery Feed and Sale BOONEjIStanford Ky I n r F I r 7 I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JoSTANFOM KYM JUNK 5 1903 In Oiling your proscriptions wo nee proporIonl not do better If yon paid ui doublo the price which It always reasonable Pen t t TS Druz Store PERSONALS relaItIYeaMil J VV DAVIS ot Somerset li with John Novlui Mns DR R J UnOWN visited Rook castle friends this week MRS THOS LASLEY of Llvlneitoo Is with Mrs Anala Laslcy a Mn A D ROOT has ROOD th Sher man Texas to join his wife MR AND MRS J T DINOAMAN went up to Richmond Wednesday MASTER JOSEPH PRICE of Uarrard was tho guest of Dr A S Price MRS ROHBRT COLLIHII of Drod head li with Mrs J E Dolman s MRS JAMBS UORRINQ of London was a guest at tho Veranda Hotel Mu W n MUELLER Is enjoying a visit to his old home at Peoria III MASTER JOHN STUCKY of Livingston Is with Mrs John Crutchflold MISS ELLA DCNN of Drodbcad was tho guest of Miss Helen Thurmond MR AND MRS J T DAIIIUSare back from a visit to relatives at Somerset MRS P P NtJNNELLEV spent sev r oral days with relatives at Richmond Eu AND JAMES GATLIW of WI1 llamiburff are with Potter B McAlts terMiss KATHERINB HALL of the wes- End Is the guest of Miss Mary D KenS nedyMiss ANUli CARlRNTBR of Uuston vllle spool several days with Mrs Jno B RICe JACK WALKHU Is the name of a lit tie son at the home of Mr and Mrs C L Gover MRS M A PilKLfS of Madison wan the guest of her daughter Mrs R C Hooker A HANDSOME little son arrived at the hpmo of Rev sad Mrs C B Pow ell this week Mns Mo MVATT of Birmingham Is visiting her parents KM and Mrs Joseph Ballou MRS IDA WBHII of Louisville x the guest of Mr Dr B F Morris at Mrs Annie Lasley Mns D N WILLIAMS and McICen ale DrOwn of Mt Vernon aro guests of Mrs Cleo W Drown DR AND MRS O B PALLIS 0 Christian College Huitoarllle attend LILUMHBWI grandpa rooltallLewis has returne Junction Mr with her l Miss SARA DDNN BAUQHMAN has Issued Invitations to a reception at her pretty country home on the 10th MIsses MELLIe HOWKK of Uusto- yule and Anole Cook Huffman of Le Inglon are with Miss Luclle Cooper MRS WOODS WALKER Misses Marl Jane and Mattie Walker of Gar rard were guests of Mrs J C Hays JUDGE U C RICE wife and Mrs M Pope of Richmond are with t families of Messrs J S and T A Miss CORA E DODGE of Louisville baa entered the contest hero Juno ID Miss Dodge won 2nd prlaa here last yearMiss MINNIE RUPLEY who taught a suscessful school lo Shelby county spending the vacation with her parer hereMiss JENNIE WARREN returned Wednesday from a delightful visit to her aunt Mrs Dr W S Elkln at At lanta Ga MRS EMILY SAUFLEY Is ylsltlng h daughter Mrs Gradv at Columbl- She was accompanied on tbo trip by Mr C E Cox MRS R IL BRONAUOII and hand some daughters Misses Annie and Drooaugh were hero from 1Katherine Tuesday arrtIto e Pearl Burnsldc Her mother accom I panted her E ROMANS Bessfo Ma LUllVGulloy of McCreary Lear of Lancaster aro being enter tanned at a boule party by Miss Beset o D Yantls s Miss HLILE COOPER daughter of Cvoper was elected Tuesdayro oral teacher In the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville Miss Cooper Is n graduate of Miss Thomp I s atsPhiladelphia and Ing young woman t LOCALS 4 FRESH bread every day at Willis r CONSULT Dr Goldstein at the Veranda Hotel today and tomorrow + BILLY DOOLEY and family will be at Walt ue Opera Douse Tuesday night I June Oth See them IF you owe this office for subecrl son job work or advertising these quiet days would be a mighty tlmo to liquidate Suppose you do AN Interesting wrltenp of Middles boro from the pen of our old friend and townsman Mr A A Warren appears I on our first page Read It and see what the ExMagic Olty li doing i FOR SALE Cheap secbnd hand Dcerlng Binder In irood repair A W Carpenter Moreland WE bayo a eocood hand McCormick hinder for sale Has only been used one season Carson d Ponce StanfordaDdbelLyoungladles sightDontPEOPLE will be hero I from tbo salt works Monday It Is county court as Dropla0 AN Interesting program has been prepare J for tho Graded School com mencement exercises at tin Cnrlsllac church tonight FOR SALE o sweet potato plants Brailllans 20c Southern Quuon 16c Bermuda 16o per 100 W S Wig ham Moreland Ky TOMORROW Is th aeoday for mak log bids for carrying the mall between I Stanford and MoKlnnoy If you want to bid on the job see postmaster Flor sate now I I IN behalf of Miss Ellen Dallou wo thank theca who attended tho recital given by Mr Hoffmann At the same time wo aro assured that each ono was moro than repaid Wo have opened a new Epsom well and a new salt sulphur which are a I great Improvement on coq which have Manst prings CbattanoolalitoIn Zulu Land will do a turn In Mlw Ella May Saundcrs entertainment at Walton Opera House next Tuesday night Sea them No STREET FAIR After all Stan ford will not have a street fair for the present at least Tbo Odd Follows which order contemplated playing tbo nighdecidedo t 16 St RssourRaasCrab Orchard has opened a summer resort near the depot In his town offers reasonable rate end good acct modations to all who patronise his bo 1dal I WBSLRY Mr Theodore Wesley eterdaSage about 30 Ho was brought hero from Bcrea Tuesday and placed under medi ohargee re a and was u Ono pharmacist Ho was a splendid young man and all who knew him will sorrow at his death The bu motxn WALTONS Opera House was never Oiled with a more attentive and more appreciative audience than that which nthQle g a we are at a loss in what terms to speak of Mr Hoffmann as a pianist and shall not attempt to do so This much wo do know his readings were tho kind that held his nudlenco toand the expressions generally from who ought to know are that mUllclanllSaveralof the kindly feeling and appreciation heerd found him courteous and affable Ho was pleased with his sojourn among us and expresictt a desire to come back again some time I DANVILLE District Conference clot ed Its business mars Wednesday eve ning after an exceedingly Interesting meeting of three doge Some CO or 75 delegates word present and were hos memberseof the conference was to look after tbo churches and Sunday schools In this district and to examine late the character of young men desiring license to preach Of the prominent preachers hero wore Dr Webber president of Kentucky Wesleyan College Dr Whitener of the church Board of E tension Dr Lambeth secretary of tho AIburvIng presiding elder All made Inter eojoyedbyeach service A collection of between 1300 and 8109 was taken up for tbo building of an Industrial school In Ko rea A splendid talk to the stewards was roado by Dr Vaughan formerly presiding elder but now pastor of tho Repv of the song services which proved a most meetingB0 It lot conference at Burnslde about this time next year The women department was represented by Miss Farley whoso address before the body was ono of the ntereetlng features FRESH bread dally at J W Per rln f 5 FEED oats for sale by Carson k Ponco FRESH vaccine points offhand Craig Jr Hooker + SCREEN doors and windows at Big gins S McKlnneys I PURE German Millet Seed for sale cheap Carson ft Ponce Cow pea cano seed and millet seed at Higgles fc McKlnneys I HAVE on head a sample lino of nice lap dusters J C McClary tooJcGeorgeland asylum yesterday NOTHING of Importance was done by tho city council last night Tho pave moot question was carried over until the next meetldg I WE hear that Stanford is soon to have another furniture store Dr Owsleys storeroom in Opera louse block will bo used IT li nearing alogtime for fairs and colleges Remember this office Is headquarters for such work High grade work at low prices Is our motto DONT fall to oho laughing comedy Soft Bleak Overcoat With Velvet Collar or a husbands troub lei at Walton Opera House next Tuesday night J ONE of the youngest music pupils at the college said Mr Hoffmann didnt bowIwas her answer That settles It IN tho Blue Grass tournament hen at Mt Sterling last year MUs Ma 3 Wallace Ballard won second prize in the elocutionary contest Miss Ballard will represent Richmond In the contest here the 10th Bio POTATOES Mrs J H Tucker brought to Mrs Joseph Coffey a buck- e of new Irish Potatoes steed by her soo la law Russell Dllllon which aro as large as duck eggs and which prove that Mr Dllllon Is a gardens and farmer of no small Importance THE opening ball of grind old Ora Frldaof1 p and nothing will be left undone to timemeco at splendid summer retort 0 BADLY BURNED Mr James W Hutcblnson Is back from Indianapolis EugenedMy sons arms shoulders and bet aro fearfully burned but when I left him Monday the doctors told mo they thought he would survive his Injur foe said Mr Hutchlnson TUE commencement exercises of the Stanford colored public school Is night wero creditable Indeed and D eta W D Tardll the efficient teacher his pupils have reason to feel proud of their work The program consisting of drills essays songs etc was carried ou without hitch and was gen erally enjoyed Clara Gertrude Lick oy was the only graduate Her subject Aim and Effort was well handled Rev O M Huey presented tho diplo ma In a wellworded talk The Democrats of LincolnITo County AB Mr Hcrrln has denied that tho terms of the agreement between him and me were correctly stated In my former card I desire to state that M S Baughman James C Reid and Gus McCormack were present and heard what took place I never agreed to ride with Mr Herrlo and tell the people that ho was regularly nominated because I could not conscientiously tell what I did not believe to bo true I did however agree to work to secure his election and kept my promise Ho makes a great ado over the tact that I ofwas somewhat dissatisfied with the outcome of the primary of 1001 When all the facts are recalled It will be seen that I had the right to be somewhat dissatisfied The reports from tho va rious precincts on tho sight of the election placed mo In the lead by 30 vote and it was the belief of all that I was the nooilneo until the county com electlxOR returns When summed up the turns placed Mr Herrln In the lead nine votes I believed that a mistake had been made In counting the ballots sad determined to make a contest for the nomination but failed to do so account of the promise of Mr Derr to me that If I would not that ho would not run next time but would sup me It afterwards turned out the was correct In the belief that a mistake had been made In counting the hallo On the day they were burned I asked and was granted the privilege of con log and did so In the presence of Ja Pepples W S Burch and my son Wallace Farmer The pound showed that there wits a majority of seven la my favor Mr Burch thought that ballots wero and I 81torneYI they ought unquestionably to be count ed for me but leaving them out still loft mo a majority of four Of courso I make no reflections on any of the primarylandThe ballots were hastily counted on the night of tbo election and somebody made a mistake Tho county committee have no right to count the ballots when canyasslng the returns They merely sum up the results in the whole county by adding up the returns of tbo various precincts as returned by the election officers but do not open the ballots It Is not true that I refused to Introduce Mr Ilerrln to my neighbors He was at my house on one occasion neighIboreto do my beet to get them for him myhoueedown and meet them and take dinner with mo but ho declined to do to The result in November shows that my neighbors stood by him for bo ran about as well as the root of the ticket in my precinct At least 20 of my neighbors havo told me that they would not have voted for him had it not boon for my urging them to do so I never heard of the word rene myselfInI have examined a dictionary andsee selfishlylandjoins soother Any moo who wll stick to hIs party notwithstanding an other man Is selected to an office for which tbo renegade was nominated certainly does not deserve that name I very much suspect though that If Mr Herrln had fared as I have that he would be a renegade Unless something unforeseen makes dit necessary this will be my loot card Mr Herrln In his reply tries hard to fromIside Issues and making a great ado about unguarded words I may havo spoken when angry I have never had say intention or desire of doln him bodily Injury and pfd avoid him on ono or two occasions for fear that I might loco my temper and say something that I should not but long before the November election Iwas lo a perfectly electbI think It would be far better In Mr thanybreak it losing his temper and calling hard names DINK FARMER Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab youhaveand wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will Improve your appe stomachkyour sale by Craig d Ilocfcor Spring Opening of Wall Paper Wo are receiving dally some WalllaPflrlthatDanville many of which were Imported The prices range from the cheapest papers to the most expenpentlre specialties These dallyandand all the ot Danville Boyle and adjoining conntlt+ are Invited to Inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and bydompeteot Paints and Window Glass We have the best readymixed paints on the also leads oil varnishes and all kinds of painter supplies at the closest market prices A E Gibbons3O6 Main St Danville Kentucky Dorsey Golddust 12052 byZticadlVermont dam by Stllcadl an Imp Arabian stallion Donny Golddusta Florence by Golden lIngo Chief a son of OoHs Morgan descending from Justin Mor gan making him an Intensely Inbred Mor ran stallion the best family of road hones known Dorsey Golddnu Is a dark bay full IB hands end weighs 1300 pound A prove en and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern hones combining all the qual doby season for mare at my farm 3 miles from Stanford to Insure a Inv ing cot Money duo when colt comes or mare parted with nQUASI 2127 In Preach Coach Horse Stud bole of IraocolsotTlchner t Co In 1898 Winner ot ant prize atestallions and unbeaten In America Color bay small star black potnta18U hands Possessinghnlooking large rangy uniform In color and form with unusual step end action Will make the present season at farm near Stanford at 810 the season Money DUO livIngcoilparted with Mares kept at 80c per week on grass The responsibilitytor e TO BE Properly dressed is easy if you buy at the right place We are able to dress you properly so that you will feel pleased with yourself By careful attention to every detail of our business we have secured the most desirable goods to belled Ill each line IothinOatsShoes furnishings 1 the very best throughout Wo think the goods and our method of doing business will suit you Let us dress yuu We know how to do it Cummins a McC- laryCRITERION I I G 9l llf7G J If there is a better brand of Clothing than the CRITERION I am unable to find them when r do I shall buy them as I always try to get the BEST Tho beautiful curved anti well padded shoulders tho close fitting collar the form fitting fronts that prevents them from breaking All go to make up in my judg ment as goo- dREADYMADE IOTHING as the market affords Prices 8750 to 1760 Look at them and see if Iom not correct H J McRoberts SUMMER GOODS Summer time Is here In earnest and we have a- very complete itock of everything you will ned for comfortable clothing See ua for wash goods such as White Good Lawns Dimities Piques Docks Linens Lace Hosiery Summer Corsets Fans Umbrellas Ribbons LOW SHOES Slippers Ac We are offering many Induce meats to buyers of Summer Goods Come to us and let us show you how much a DOLLAR will buy SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESesa eet ew Refrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire NettingSmooth Barb Wire Grass and Bush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER BestReadY Mixed PAINT for any Purpose- r wv rILJ 1THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Snttred n the pottoffice at Stanford at leondctoM matter 8vablLLtiTuewSgpw natlFx3Qapm art 1PERYEARCASHti- ff When not iopatd B3OO will bf charged KNOXVillE DIVISION No 24 Train going North lolpn No28 230am No 24 u South 12ti am No23 n t2S5pm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will roatforoneormoreyeareJ Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard f For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and Oakes Etc Jut received Highest market price for Butter Eggs Ac Give him a call Big line of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur nishing Goods Etc jut added to my tock THE- Joseph Price Infirmary is all the year for the treatment at- aurglcal and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash in advance weekly and monthly Profess sional bills lue when services are rendered and must oo paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty KyI Drummers Rigs a specialty High Oracle- tgorsesand Mules bought sold Feed receive personal attention ice TraHlort DEALVR3 IS b Whsku Braiulu Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYOlotoNothing cut te W to PromptandlIaedlentln telegraph orders receive- rromp attention II JDWear2llInsurance Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New Yotk the in the world AMOIS 13710035 12 Surplus as regards policy holder- sl64360i8 69 property ia Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky c R B Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties oye Lincoln and 4lasey who may be seeking in against sire Lightning and Tornado None but the and bet Old Ltne Com represented and the low Mt possible rates are guaranteed Phone e- 2Stanford Kentucky PaP MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beazlevs Livery Stable r DFORDS- BLACKDRAUG1 t l CONSTIPATIONConstipation a cogging of the bowels and nothing lees than vital or if not relieved- If every constipatedsufferer could realize that ho is allowing poisonous filth to remain in hi system he would soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of contagion Headaches biliousness colds and many other ail ments when constipated bowelurerelleved TLed fords BlackDraught thoroughly- cleans out an and natural manner without the of calomel or other violent cathartics Be sure that yonget the original Thedfords BlackDraught made by The Chattanooga MOOi cine Co Sold all druggists in 25 cent and 100 1001IPraufhtteoklrhlrlkeepltliiBThott alt the Urn tad here used It for Thebes ten years 1 sever ehlldrta ur other liUs I thees I could never be chic to wort w UtOllt It on arroont of beloc treibled with rooitlpatlorn lour median U aU tkat keeps ipCHcFABUXB ARKS HAIR BALSAM menus end tmotir We lain I Roseate t hmriiut 1h Hrrer rails to B itor Ormyl- H Cum IlrlIJr Youthful Polor Sle nHlJl t DnfirUl I NEW LIVERY STABLE SW Stress h SWrori JUNCTION CITY KY PirstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and lay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS IL D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every Jiing first class Porters meet all trains 89 jw La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors DBALXIS FurnllturcDlattIng9RujsThey a call Prices right STANFORD e KENTUCKY J+ G+ YJC A Y t1NjjE1WiY i91eA1- wEal8ALMER And Dealear In HABNESS SADDLER7 ScO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also achlUe a rtDI Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Ur Kennct lie has spent a life limo curing Just tuck cases as yours All consultations I bad severe caso of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging bloody matter Suffered Intense wife was wrlously nfTurtid with female troubles Dr Kenneri Uldney and llnckarho Cure tured u both oI WIIEELEH itandolph In PruegUta tl Ailt forCoofc BookFree STVITUSDANC TroublesCURE Kuro Cure Circular D Fencer rudonlaEI DIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION Foaled 1895 IS 3K hands high weighs 200 mahogany bay with black points and a model In form with that wonderful style characteristic of the Chester flare family so universally acknowledged as su perlor to all As a show horse he has made a record winning In his class sad In sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3year old form Dignity Dare won 13 blue on of U shows la Kentucky In har ness ho Is very stylish well galled with pure decided action with a little band ling last taU a 230 gait a cUp few saddle hones can owmakinghlmaharness- horse of the highest type Under saddle he aUractive bold with best of line action speedy separating his gapes perfectly with knee action necessary for an uptodate sire His colts are coming to the front and tInt ranking him one of best which class bring sensational withpriceswenaet bone with great action and best of colors I respectfully invite you to call and Inspect your mares 1EDtcniB Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A n U he by Itlack Squirrel 08 he by Black Eagle Tl be by King William 67 he Washington Denmark 81 he by Oalnes Denmark 01 he by race horse Den mark F S he by imported Hcdgefordi let dam Llule Welchmont No 0307 A T II It he br William Welch 311 he by Bysdlcks Hambletonlan 2d dam by Abdullah ides 3rd dam by Gills Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmonts let dam Pau line by Almort Forest 2403 Will make the season of 1903 at my stable In Uustonrlllo 8W to Insure a living colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insurance and money becomes due at time ot such transaction Lien retained upon all colts till season money Is Mares from a distance aUhpermonthGrain fed If desired at reasonable rates All bills must be before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive uiy personal attention but will not be responslole for accidents or escapes D B OABPENTER Phone in BesldencenaUonvllle Exchanger NEWS NOTES Jamea L Conway ox Chief of Pollee of Mt Sterling died suddenly of heart to the amount of 1750000 wal engaged In Now York for shipment to EuropeDuring tho term Just closed the UnI- ted Slates Supreme Court disposed of 423 cases A successful test of wireless telegraphy was made between Chicago and MilwaukeeRobert Molroae a Grand Trunk railroad engineer was awarded 21000 for the loss of a leg Prof J P Leslie a geologist and scientist of worldwide reputation dead at Milton Mass As a result of the tornado at Gaines vllle Ga and vicinity 100 persons are dead and 200 Injured At Rankin Texas Mr and Mrs Sam Westmoreland wore shot to death while eating their supper The State pawnbroklng establlsl ment at Naples was destroyed by are causing a loss of 2400000- olx hundred thousand dollars of tbe Philippine coinage lion the way to the Islands on the transport Logan- A change ot venue was granted In the Jett and White cases at Jackson to Morgan county and the trials were seL for June Charles Pell the first white male child torn In Paducah and a well known river man died suddenly of heart failure- J L McCarthy of North Daltor Ga was killed and Patrick Finnegao of St Louis fatally hurt in a tree car accident at Chicago Clara Morris denies the report thaL sho recently identified the body of Dav- Id E George who died in Oklahoma as John Wilkes Booth the assassin of LincolnIn county Deputy Sheriff Kccm Keathly shot and killed Nelson Ray It la claimed that Ray was interferlni with Keathly who was trying to make an arrest The salaries of the postmasters aL Ashland Bardilown Bardwell Dowl log Green Campbellsvllle Carrolllon JatleUaburg and Central City wll each be Increased 1100 after July 1 TheUS court of appeals deolded hat ExBanker McKnlght of Louli rifle must serve the prison sentence and pay the fine imposed by the lower ours flo was convicted of embezzlement Judge Redwlno withdrew his order ransferrlng the cases of Curtis Jot sod Tom White to Morgan coanty and the trials will be held at Jackson as loon as a jury can bo summoned Iron In adjoining county LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Arthur Barnett delivered to J C Bailey a lot corn at 13 Lutes S Co bought ot W A Code 102 lambs at Co 00 of them averaged 80poundsRobt Woods Jr sold to Jame Woods a suckling colt to go at wean- Ing time for 1100 Agents In this county of T S Elkl S Co have bought about 30000 Ibs of wool at 18 to 21c H and C T Worthington sold to Robert Russell 200 lambs weighing 78 pounds at 6c Herald W Logan Denny sold to John B- askey a bay mare by Todd Hunter Ion of Nutwood for 1300 Advocate The great MCCbesnoy ran third in mile handicap at Hawthorne Park Chicago Talpa ran first and The Forum second Both of these horses were considered rank outsiders- J K Baughman and Tom Best both or the West End have swapped farms Mr Qaugbman gave tba Moran farm of 42 for 42 acres of Mr Bests More and farm and bought the remainder ol the place 54 acresat 840 A big shipment ot export cattle was undo from E J Curlevs distillery at lamp Nelson last week Glass d Ru ble sold 1000 slop fed cattle to Simon Well to to New York for export n- Ii cents They weighed 1000 pounds By practical experience Judge rewlttdlf some years ago that If a hole be bored to the heart of a tree blch Is beginning to decay and 10 cents worth of arsenic deposited In the place and a pin driven tightly In to hold the druz the tree will Immediate Iv take on a new lease of life and flour Isb like the cedars of Lebanon Ad vc oateihamberlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has made it the most popular preparation In- use for bowel complaints It is everywhere recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended upon and that is leasant to take It in especially valua bl for summer diarrhoea in children and Is undoubtedly the means of saving the lives of a great many children each year For sale by Craig A Rocker The Whlto Mills Distillery ot Louis vl1le was seized by order of J A Craft because of alleged violation of revenue laws Equalizing Is tho specific barge made against the employes ot tbo distillerY About 1000000 worth of whisky is Involved The Best Cough Medicine I sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of all similar preparations put together and it gives the best antis iction of any medicine I ever sold I guarantee every bottle of ItI U JA urrn Inland Mich This remedy is for sale by Craig tt Horter FAIR DATES IThe following Is the list of fair dates this year Richmond July 13 0 day- sOrabOithardJuly224 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthiana July iO 4 days Hustonville July 20 II days Danville August 4 4 days Madlsonvllle August 4 days Itrodhead Aug 0 3 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrcnceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aug 10 three days Bhephcrdavillc August 25 4 days London Aug 26 tluce days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept 0 days Elizabcthtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 days III have been troubled for some lice with Indigestion and sour stomach sa Mr Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mass and have been taking Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could not If you have any trouble with your slot ach why not tale these Tablets and get well For sale by Craig A Mocker To The Lakes Bummer Tourl Tickets on sale via Queen tCrescec Route Juno 1 to Sept 30 Ask Uck agents for particulars Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdian TITLE CO Stanford Kr No IlIo1lnli lot In Kunforaflte roomi hi1 ponh to the rear goal garden neightorbol Sow to churrhmaul school Uood tot small fata 17 hieSMO- No 21U111 form 17 cni SMM from btsn jrd Hotuiol feergoodroosttrek porch Ddl tnoda lend barn and In gun rpalr Cut lucia aside well feecwd j4 acre OOt a ra In fruit trees rest In gras- slouhtsteommeiaioetsslat bargain and s- sold at bargain Close to sod hsrh Vlw fM rr acre Land ailjolnlog told ttt IM aDd IU TbUltabantiln No slIouee awl lot In Stanford HOUM eon tint are room Uoo1ltaWad sere el UM rell fenced floe oTprttllnt buUdlog tots lo tows- nose enough In front br two Ihu IN or a 1 front could be hunt to the collage sod nJe a beautiful hew Will U sell sheep as tar won siiut bare uwnej No 4 Two story tram dweilloj T room bU- a1 Ttraixlv Uooa cud ttociat ami bevw wd repair Ver sue or rent Price rcawaiaM No 111 sad lei Stanford Thteerooa nJ fruit web Used garden sod lUMe tiooi rpalr WIllUtoUhMp Na 7 Heew StauIbrd 144 sloths I eau Uoolgarden kenIl wa1 h1 ear a 8Yar of sate 2S Ilw Iron 84ao erd on eeualT rod M sere In culllatkHi sore la pasture 1 nharis and riot Uwbrr Tw- lwit iUage geed bn std outbttIWlg u- wund sad lendeg fairly anod Plan eaa rughtstyourprlessownerltes la JnJlioipo li and must teensy NolVellIrb roorai porch iKnuarr eutbuUdlop prlentlo large Iw t ry Itore noelS iet lower rlth eeunterehdvnIts Water in dwelling en Iloreroom also cistern alld ell oa Ia k laekornore Ua mils lroM titoJrd Uuldlalt la and dwlllB ortflnallf eat 514- wJstorecverIl20a Will sill beth for HW or rill rent or sell tenaraMr No 11 Ut sere rana 3 tell of Crab Urahai y Brick dwelllDf room two tenant bee i two barn well and sprn oetr dwelling line la hlb ltall ol culllTsllon no acres ricer botloi awl good fencing fruit etc Price I37M an aer No IL100 urea land on Utoeaiter slrevtt Crab Orchard opposlt prlnp la rat la rrotewentnaptlarge nitockbarni abuadaor tt- loeII water Ireltle site in town Irk 11000 NoW Alarm of 800 acres la Uncoln county Three good dwelllngt good bums and other oul xilldlng each houee bun ate about the cents ot loo corn AU on county road M mil bureb school and Lire well and well raterrd This la a good tobacco farm and would ult two or thrr faralllea that mlubt want lo row the same neighborhood lrk rratonabl No UouHandBTtaemof landln McKln tj Kr Nerwurf oultHiildlBZt Kearlng good Iod well watered Will wit this plan on say trial No i llouwamla acres e4 Und within ot Stanttrd HavM eocUla Ce room raada ale newly ralated large new turn rare erlb granny its AU bUdlac end faoclDg In 4radU repair Well watered This ts a 1reelrabl he le ITIce ficon Na S7T0 Itor Hlht room frame dwelllix Is itaolonl Ky LLargegerden sod hara lot Thli ere of the sac dtalrabie hvuaea la town Irlw aauaabl No 15A nice collage and lot on Lancaite lrM StantorJ rooaa good ditein etc cot tIa10ice eerie near HuitonTllI willing of eight moa hall Teiaida etc Use UODt houte tock barn Urge tobacco barn D- dolber outbuilding turn and good well In the ird and water In rery field on the place Kara tin wen Gelds and nntdau land No I9A lana of 140 acre fraiu dwelling lour ro r stock barn and all nereaaary out good well watered cat In ITI oldsharm is cultivation rent In hlue fra- r than half mile item turnpike We olfu this place for only O per acn- eNosiMdscrwof land In ttotkcaitle for or llsi all necessary Improvements well watered Ac Will be told at a bargain N6 50Farm of 160 acres situated near Kings lie Ky sera In eultlratlon 89 In timberrtat watered two good tiara and other- mthuliSlugs good repair Dwelling comparatlre new ti within 800 yards ot three churches hool and C depot Property lice on kaand county road and la the most deslrabl- rm In that section Wa will sell the whole farm lor fl or f0pareels of not let than 31 arses to purchaser Thl11 certainly chea properl No 53larm of 75 aegis near YCrOttburl welling barn etc Well watered aool lings In repair Iraluclive lime one lsnd In good neighborhood close to school aaol on good road Price tW No MA farm ot 103 acre In Catey county Ky 001 and onehall story dwelling with six room good barn and other outbuildings Hlxty acres In titivation 41 seres In timber fruit trees etc I lya well on county road close to churches lehool etc Price only J No 28Houeeandoneacre land House coo lalOI seven rooms Terander cellar etc All nte- eallry outbulldlnx Extra large lien all In Uudld repair House newly pointed sod cover ed Cistern at door load large barn 1ltnty of fruit on place Irlce 11100 No 23 IfiOaerwof Und In Ford county KaJ Is mile rlrer beventyacreeofianl t river bailout Ia tclaaa land and In iraa This Und is for sal or xcbOieNo farm of 122 acre four miles from Stan on best pike In th county well watered lordI good fronts pike all neCMorv A splendid hlue grass farm auol only 2J mlnutesdrlTe fropi county seat Owner of bee in adjoining Ibis has recently refused f4J acre W rthlaatS 760 No 86 Kariu ot US acres In Caaey anothertory frame dwelling two good barns itbulldlngt In tobacco laoollnolln good community A bargain at No 51ymofIl5 acres In C coun nw two story a room frame dwelling and old In lair condition Darns and other out liidlDgs ln county road splendid tobacco Und w ill watered two wells spring etc This Is a de rable home lrtceII5UO No 6SFirty acre near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house 0 rooms and Barn and other acre In culUratlon ret In 1l1- tlellwtterad500yards from pottotScOjKhool anol church Isy well on pike and com atty Price fO7o SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK AT The New York store Mens Clothing Mens Suits worth 5 fur 820 MOMS Si Suits nt 425 hone 0 Suits nt 80 Yens 1250 Suits nt 5750 Boys Suits for OCc upous everyday Shoes OGo Mens heavy Shoos 8120 Mens Fine Shoos worth 81 CO nt 1 MQIIA Fine Shoos worth 82 nt 8135 Mens Fine Shoes worth 8275 nt 8175 MOIls Fine Shoes worth 3at 82 Mans FinoIShoes worth SSCOnt 8250 Lndios Shoos worth 816O nt Doe Ladies Shoos worth 8175 nt 81 Ladled Shoos worth 2at 8135 Lading Shoos worth 8250 at 8160 Wo nro also paying for eggs this week 12c per dozen The New York Store Next Door to Lincoln County Notional Bank Ifl First National Bankor Stanford ffyf Capital Stock 50000 This institution toe originally flSlablhhdI- U the 1Oepoelt flank of Stanford In 1858 then reorcanlicd as the National lank of Stanford IUS and again reorganised ai the First National flack of Stanford In J8S2 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for U rears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting easiness promptly and well than ever before In 1te long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited II II J 0 Paxton J n Owslejr S II Shanks W O Walker Ceo W 001 btaeop 8aoee ton to The Farmers Hank Trut Company and under ears manatesiesit for M years We Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial to 1 s ON OP OP TO and 50c your at na No 19 9014 urea of land near Crab 20 Two tory 9 room nJa any good ln ell Urn at door Beautiful horn 22 on acre of ad One mile rom town Irlce a Few of IW acres 5 miles from of looms J buns one a shed the other rune sheds Also Floe In rr Well I etc This farm has occupW a own ears and la well and tmpruYrd Is and schoi + tJin half rent cot Is In wheat and Title will how r No tl Dwelling of rooms with 20 acre land In Moreland Good barn and lni 2 wells and 2 acres In O ITlc houl Urg rooms reran du Etc A Urge 2 leet from hotel stairs suits 2 Ku J B Irest J J Chr W II WEAKEN F Danville 9 T Harris Stanford i J Stanford W P Lexlncton hleKlnneyk8 II Ilaueuraan Stanford T I IIIII Stanford Jal Robinson 1 II Stanford W I Stanford uu LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 96OOOO Directors continuously SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT n 81IANK8 President J IL OWSLEY W M IIUIOIIT Arc guard against w7LI At should Testedhave become scratched endanger your eye should be Darteryonsz dont FOR OUR DEBT DENEPIOIAL OP CONSTIPATION v SyrupIs beneflcLalInbowel troubles arising from constipation VERY TAKE DOES 25 Ilottles Ask Druggist Salo Pennys Drug Storo IIDttal J Orchard hallTtr 12servo rplendldland bunford Irop atrrsn lllKhU No House oIflTroomipon ground IO- Stanford porches combined cattle sllachKl Btrnespeciallyerrangedforeurlnt tobacco orchard Kncln good watered cistern lien br forcer tirescrred church lentld for for cultlrste1 touacro clover perfe- ctCcetpeentownvtlatoucounty records nwMarjr outbnlld inyaelipleodidorchard double hallway story storeroom frontingstreet up nicecoages nicely uroljued Stanford IIOOKBK MoKOnBHTS Dk- prDirectors Ibid Hooker Walton Hubble Ilaixbraan Tate Officers Cashier Ant Oatbltr see PLEASANT AND NOT GRIPE For house goal stable Nape Frame 7 KentucKyDisK IntcrchnnoubloDisKorShoe There la that particular In q and Cooatructlon that makes It surpassallloothxon It Solves the Old Knotty Problems It tuna freely dot clots baa grit proof bear tllol1iIJDOCOur Catalol comprehenlve II tell all about our Drills It Ie bandaonwly llluatra ted Write fur Catakv AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE COI lltWL iL ucoII adlolnlDKIu lrl31IOO logtahlandwagon Inulleofpostotfior strawberries Officers something the- tuckynbrlu tapered and painted room and Teranda each A rn on aauie lot uaed as llrery stable Uood rsrden Vacant lot adjoining front 500 iee uakdeemoneylroprlelorharefused month Un amount ot ill biKllh of his wife ucbaiforcounladoter aDd blllfilU oseelt IDacenowail Ilnd andbunchesproductive grows hemp and tobacco Newly fear otehao5Improvementdwelllo wrdrLtra In nth room paoUlea cellar honetarndepotIoeloISce SomerietKyrutinsevenlion awes In lature Mann to tllllber Dwell log contains seven momma Large barn cud all neet splandid t L R Hughes Secretary A Treaurer 1i =