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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 1C 1903 8 A MF NO 31 II Economy In Funerals A local ticket onico bad two lotereet lOll callers yesterday Each was took IDC to Lava money on a funeral and the mean adopted wore not only original but IlIcreurul Wbnt rates can you make me on a corptc round trip to Lopaniporl asked a patron yesterday morning The ticket agent according to bit own statement began to wooder why on earth a man wanted to take a corpee to Locausporl and then bring it back Hit mouth Hew open and he Ratal on his caller In wonder Tbo latter taw the bewilderment on the taco of the ticket agent Its this way he explained fly uncle died early this morning over at Loeaosport They want to bring him hero to bury blm In Cave Hill Well another relative died here lait night oud It It necessary to take him about s 15 miles north of Lojrantport I just flgurcd tbat I could got a round trip ticket and cave a little money I want to take this body there and then bring that one home What rato can I get1 The railroad bad no rate available and to despite the convenience of the two death and the tbougbtfulnctt of the mutual relative there was no meant of bringing d out of evil A tall gaunt elderly man was tbe tecond caller of Interesting personalty lie laid he wanted rate to Icdlanapo llt for a party of eight They were go log to a funeral he said lie was told that a rate of II 75t round trip would be made them 1 But there It an excursion good until Juno IS for 1300 luggested the tick et agent Good for how long Inquired the prospective purchaser Doing told he meditated for a full minute Do teemed to be In doubt lie asked lor full detail Including wheth er the tickets would be of value In case the party could not return on the 13th lie was answered negatively Just give me clghtot those tickets II he then said and added I guest the old fellow will bo dead by that time II Uo then explained that he was talc leg hit family to a funeral to be that tbe principal of the funeral was expect od to die any minute My whole family must go II said the cal lit and I dont believe he will last more than tomorrow anyway So well just go on this excursion Bo paid for eight tickets and departed Cour for Journal A NEW ALMANAC Tbe 1001 Almanac to be Issue by the American Seed lug Machine Co Springfield 0 will bo a mon complete and valuable refer once book It will contain a complete Atmapac accurate weather forccattt for each month valuable cooking and other receipts for the housewife re liable veterinary recelpU reports ot experimental stations butter egg grain and produce account blanks etc betide department dovoted to the Interest of the young man young la dr the boy and the girl Thl Alms nac will have a handsome lithographed cover In color and will contain 4 page of the most useful Information The Atmanbc will be ready for dlstrl button early In the winter It will bo mailed freo to any person who will tend their name and address Request should be sent at once to Department OS American Seeding Machine Co Springfield Ohio Startling Evidence Fresh tcitlmonyin great quantity neon stanlly coming In declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent ox pression from T J McFatland Bcntor t vllln Vaoerve as example lie writes I bid Bronchitis for three years and doctored ixll the time without being bone fitted Tlen I begin taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a tow bottles com pletely cured me Equally elective in curing all Lung and Throat trouble Consumption Ineumonla and Grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bot ties froo regular sizes 60c and il Atlanta And Return via Queen s Crescent Route One faro round trip plus 5c Ticket on sale July 7 8 10 good returning until July 15 with privilege of extension until Aug 15 on deposit of ticket and payment of 60o at Joint Agency at Atlanta S It la estimated that 40000 Gorman elngert and their friends will this week attend tho triennial taongcrfett of t Northeastern Saengerbund of Amoric- which began yesterday In Baltimore AsnEVlLLE AND RETURN One fare for the round trip plus 25o June 11 12 13 July 22 to 27 via Queen Crescent Route Ask ticket agent for particu lars Tho electrical worker employed by the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company In Louisville are Btlll out and there appears to be little chance for settlement Clarence Coleman Railroading LOUISVILLE Kr JUNE J3 I will drop the L J a few lines The last time I wrote Ixas stehhiboatlng oni the Cumberland but as tbe boating season only lasts about half a year on the Upper Cumberland I was soon out only being on the boat four weeks I leajlOllexperljeoce Frellrbt1Alleotcarries with It more authority herd work and responsibility then remuner ation However I am only here tem porarily being an extra derk tilling tbe place of a young man just now coo valescing from spell of typhoid fever I may be here one two or three weeks yet or possibly longer I have already been here four weeks and will have lust gotten fairly started and on to the work when I will here to surren der my position end there aro no va cancles tbe various departments all having their full quota Had I been a permanent fixture hero would have had to have begun ht the bottom which I would not mind to do at promotion It lure In time If I could only atlord to wait Board atone coats more than the salary paid to a Ole clerk It It work work work here work all tbe time I have worked from early morn till a late hour at night and the greater part of Sunday Yot tbo works Interesting and hat Itt facloatlon and I believe I would like railroading the ofllco work of course I think II will try to get In with tome other big road permanently Dont know what I will do when I am relieved hero am terloutly thinking of going home and resting up a couple of months during the heated season bellevu the change will be both enjoyable and beneficial If not remunerative though I can make pin money writing for tbo metropoll tan dallies which I shall surely do Robert Kceney and Van Roy form any of Mlddloburg have lucrative po sllloos with tho L A N at Montgom err Ala Edgar Miller Is firing an ocglne on the Lake Shore and Michi Jan Southern O R Jones It with tbo Chicago and Hock Island hut to turn bask Two years ago to night I bad little Idea whore I was except aboard the Steamer Buford far out on the billowy deep of tbo old Pa cilia battling at angry waves as are commonly met with In that part of the ocean The experience of that 10 day mymemoryCLA HENCE COLKMAN LAND STOCK CROPS ETC partyJS Rice bought of William Bock er a bay mare for 1125 Tobacco In the lowlands of Mason Bounty was damaged by frost Glreode ones 0Claude won tbe 112000 St Loult Derby with a sensational spurt at fin ish Lutes St Co shipped to Cincinnati this morning a double deck of lamb they bought at Sic DANVILLE Counr There were only about 50 cattle at Danville yesterday and little or no demand for thorn A few yearlings told at 125 and tome butcher stuff at 2i to 3c AUrtoxThis is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you arc not to purbasc tbe only remedy unl vcrsallr known and a remedy that hat had the largest tile of any medicine in the world since 1SGS for the cute and treat moat of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its gtca t popularity al these years you will be thankful we called your attention to Hoschccs German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light cold perhaps but seven especlfcs difficult expectoration and coughing dur- Ing the nights and mornings there is nothing like German Syrup The i5 ce slxo has just been introduced this yeai Uegular size 75 cents At all drug ul At PcnnyiTrug Store CHURCH MATTERS hoThe gospel Is the ono great remedy Ea0 GuerrantRev E Powell preached two splendid sermons at the Parksvllle Christian church Sunday The congre gallon It very desirous of having htm preach there coca a month kissMrs Short When I you you are not afraid I am going to ask you for money are you Mr Short Ifo but Im ofaldpouv e already cleaned me out wblle JWAi asleep NEWS NOTES W H Marriott a leading attorney deadI Assoclo Aberldeen today boat iTwo men were kllltd and several hurt In a pbwder explosion near Mont zerl ls- Two hotels and several other build ings at Mays Lick Mason county were fireI it In jail at Wll llamsburg charged with an assault upon a white woman In Scotland ID 1S03 there were 204 In laDe persons In each 100000 popula tion there are now 250 Gen Alexander McDowell McCook U S A roared died from a stroke of paralysis at Dayton O A seat on the New York Stock Ex change was sold for 170000 a drop of 813000 from the high record Five persons were burned to death In a Oat building In New York The fire It It believed was of Incendiary origin Joseph W Pugb Chief of Police of Covln ton was robbed of 12000 In money end jewelry at a hotel In Do trolt Six young ladles attired In white acted as pallbearers at the funeral of Mm Vlrglo William at Jefferson vllle E A Hopson was hanged In Wise Va for the murder of John Salyers an old man whom be was attempting to rob In a quarrel over a game of cards In Wolfe county George Treadwav shot Gordon RIffe Inflicting a probably fatal wound A rate war Is on between the railroads tunning eat out of Kansas City Roundtrip tickets to Indianapolis are sold at 110 A motion of the delouse for peremp lory Inttructlofls for the acquittal of Tom White at Jackson was overruled by Judge Redwlne At Foundling Mill W Va Mr Delia WJngo was struck on the hea and killed In a general fight about her among a crowd of young men George Dwyer a wealthy Ohio farmer was shot and killed by masked robber after he had obeyed their demand and given them hit money The will of Mr Mary A Will of Versailles by which about 10000 it left to the Christian Church Orphans Home it to be contested by her rely rives At Snccdvllle Tcno Lewis Bolln an old moo was murdered by isle 13 yearold stepdaughter who used an ax In defending her brother whom Bo lie was chastising W A Porter attempted to shoot his soninlaw at Den lion la Bis wile Interfered and In the scuttle was shot lathe bead Porter then shot himself twice and will die It Is reported that President dowry of the Western Union Telegraph Company has been naked to retire and that hit resignation Is already In the hand of Chairman Eckert of the Board of Catlett the wealthy Serle r county Tonn farmer who was for years at the head of the Sorter county whitecap clan tried for hiring Plead Wynn and Catlett to murder William Wbaley and wife flue years ago was sentenced to be hanged July 31 Gov Bcckbam ordered Adjt Gen Murray to send 100 militiamen to Maysvlllo to protect the Negroes who are to be tried for assaulting John B Farrow The Frankfort company i with 40 members and 60 members of tbe Louisville batteries were dcslgna ted for the service by Adjt Gen Murray The board of directors of tbe Jeffer ton Davit Monument Association at Richmond Va decided that T C Val enllno at sculptor and M C Nolan at architect shall submit a new design for a monument to cost npt more than the amount In the treasury of the ease elation for the present which U abo S60000 This does away entirely wit tbe arch Idea B J Ewen the chief witness for th o prosecution In tho trial of Curtis Jett tand Tom White at Jackson for the murder of J B Marcum has begun to feel the vengeance of those whoso murderous reign Is threatened by his dieclo- urea Bis hotel valued at 910000 so representing all his savings was fired by an Incendiary and burned to the ground Only a few articles of Cloth lag were saved Two men teamsters In the employ of Bargls Bros wero arrested on suspicion of firing building Ball was offered for the SberlIYII4Lb July rates one fare and third round trip via Queoa S Crescent Route Tickets on ealejJuly 2 3 4 good ret turning until JulyS Ask ticket agents for particulars I v MIDDLEBURG Born to the wife of J William Mo Intosb a Ono girl eectIQnItW T Coulter has his grocery steno up und Is getting a very good trado Mack Coulter Is getting well of his broken IN Be will be out again soon H B McAnlncb sold to James Rig g ins L Bro bis Coffey place for 5700 Silts Godbey made several trips to vlcCulnd Braucn while In from Cincin earl Rev J B Furrell filled his appointments at tbe Baptist church Saturday and Sunday F W Sims Is picking end delivering t bo finest strawberries ever seen In this section of the county ofLhosection Tbo continued rains put the farmers so far behind that they seem to be In a great ruth and the cool days prove a great help to them Frank L Jones our stiversmith and general repair workman is at Durnllde looking out for a location Wo hope he will bo successful knowing that his work stands the test both In price and quality Dont be afraid to give him y ytMllemaking establishment neartbe Lincoln line George Leeper Is her general superintendent and agent We bopo s he will be prosperous In her under taking but she dont want George Eli of Rolling Fork to bear of It A tad death occurred hero Friday morning Mrs Nannie Luster who for some time had been very ill but was seemingly better was found dead In her bed She leaves a husband and six little children She was a good Chris flee mother and though poor In ibis worlds goods her reward Is rich in Heaven Tbe Interment took place Saturday at her home burying ground about six miles from Lancaster- MATRIMONIAL VandSpringfield and were married Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith of Bar rodsburg announce the engagement of their daughter Pattla Moore Smith to Edward Howard Davis Tho mar riage will take place at Beaumont on the evening of Augusts The marrlGe of Edwin P Morrow and Miss Katherine Waddle on the 18th will be a representative event Miss Bart of Cvnthlana Miss Ramsey of Monticello Miss Sbepperd of Somerset and Miss Marcum of Columbia Mr Henry Mourning of Lexington Mr Valentino flush of Winchester Mr Robert Waddle Mr W Morrow of Somerset Mr Kelly Boone of Paducab are tbo attendants Som onset Journal FAIR DATES The following Is the list of fair dates fixed for thIyearU- lchmonll July 13 6 days daysGeorgetown Oynthiana July SO 4 days Ilustonvllle July 29 3 Leis Danville August 4 4 days Madisonville August 4 days Brodhead Aug 1113 days Lexington August 106 days daysLawroaceburg Liberty Aug 20 three days Shephcrdsville August 25 4 days London Aug 26 three dope Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept 5 days Elizabothtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owe lboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 0 days r A tailor made a tailormade And for it very well was paid Twas padded curved and overlaid Yet gave no sign of bis aid Tbe dame who lo It was arrayed Wlthperfect figure swung and swayed weighedhHe hid each jotting shoulder blade And wondrous plumpnesssbo displayed Thus with his splendid tallormado The tailor made a tailor maid Life IcdtOO the horseman who waif arrested Saturday night for alleged connection with the killing of a naval reserve at Belleville III where a levee was cut pendingtbo Tabmyou yon eatingt0up your mouth They will Improve your appo tile cleanse and Invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by Craig Jr Hocker boroSaturday xr it x Y 4 thet50 Dozen i PURE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS Such us are usually Bold forSOand 25o each We will sell them this week for 10 Cents Each Also 30 dozen Bordered Handkerchiefs regular 10 cent goods which we will sell for 5 CENTS EACH This shipment in composed of small odd lots which the Importer was anxious to elope out we bought them at a bargain and will give our customers the boneQt IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back LI youre not satisfied T 0 mILLER DanvillB Kg REMEMBER THAT J R Haselden at Lancaster IS THE MAN FOR TINWORK The Great Sanitary Refrigerators Yukon and Economic Solid Ash Antique Oak Finish Granite Rock Wool filled removable flues adjustable sliding shelves white enameled provision chambers not paint but pure enamel Our enamel is bakedon galvanized iron and is flexiblo and durable with and without porcelain water icoolors Looks and hinges finished in lac quered brass Full stock Call on us at 124 Main Street Phone 10 I HigginsMKinney ISTANFORD KENTUCKY Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to paintingGood paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go far ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store CLOT HINGiA Select Lino of Suits for Mea Boys and Children Also a Splendid JLino of TROUSERS all- Mttuulhctliretl by the very best manufacturers in the country Calljand sec our stock W E PERKINSu A1 BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Aviotoixissr to tbo people of Lincoln County He will please ou both In work aud pries Write to hint 1Ky 1CrabSTANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBolaam Fir American Spruce Arbortvitas Magnolias IssldingsndPhone 28rlng 3 r ecyfwrr + K t r+rZ r THE I l 1TERIQRJGURNE W FRANK MC KINNEY Is a candidate lot the nomination for Sheriff of Lln coin county subject to the action of the Democrallc tarty THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county ui to the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD- Is a canal date for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic 1rtIT JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sUbject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subjei the anon of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WIHERRIN- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of Ihe democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket for Governor J C W J1ECK1IAX For Lieutenant Voternor W P T1IORNE i For Auditor of State S IY HALER For Treasurer 11 JT BOSWORTU For Attorney General N II HAYS For Secretary of State II V McClIESNEY For Superintendent Public Inttnctio J 11 FUQUA For Commiuioner of Agriculture 11VBERT VREELAXD For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN CHINA For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For ClrcultClcrk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON THE following from the Somera Journal li so highly appreciated by tbe editor of this paper that be gives It the most prominent position possible Tho need of the democratic organization of I Kentucky at this juncture Is a recoil sized State organ It should be owne and edited by an Incorruptible levelheaded absolutely trueblue democaal The prompt and able defense by the Lexington Morning Democrat of tbo democratic organization against the at tacks of tho Courier Journal and Time and a few country papers which un guardedly followed their lead entitle it to recognition Its refusal to take Ides In the factional troubles In the party In Lexington has made It re peeled for good judgment and dero tlon to party success while its posltioi made harmony In State matters not only possible but absolutely sure Events of the past few weeks In political circles should teach the couotrj press the policy of caution In the all important matterof courses from whirl to draw Inspiration as well as facie which bear upon party management li a campaignThe uninfluenced by Its natural partiality for the paper and Its t levelheaded owner moves that the I bright able always trustworthy Lex ington Morning Democrat be formally installed as the State organ of the democratic party of Kentucky for the campaign of 1003 THE soouslreport the Amer rleanBible Society shows that last year never exceeded In the number of 4was of bibles and testaments The 1total issues at home and abroad amount el to 1003553 volumes an increase t 269767 over the year previous Ol these 734610 were distributed In the United States Porto Rico and Hawaii an Increase of 47804 In the domestic field The society sent 1258000 volumes abroad There never was a I time say the managers when eat many minds were giving thought to the bible as today The last year hu never been surpassed In the number of bibles and portions of the scripture published throughout the world The Interest In the bible at present Is not phlloibook as a great storehouse of human wisdom than ever before Probably no other work not eveu Shakespeare is the object of so much earnest attention Aside from religious consideration such f a study cannot but result la better mor all and manners more dignity of character and Intellectual power John A Black the Barbourvlll r banker says he will bOB candidate for the republican nomination for State Treasurer B J EWEN has been made home1eu because ho has at the risk of his 11ft done his duty as a citizen In tC8tfylnl against the murderers of Jas B Mar cum Ho deserves the sympathy Ind support of alt good citizens and already subscriptions have been 8tarted In aid of himself and family wbo Bro left penniless The Courier Jouroal will receive and forward any 8ubscrlp hone for his relief A LEARNED professor declares tbat President Roosevelts speeches bave not contributed much to clear up the trust situation It did not requlro cducat oschoolmoro than a common to make that discovery THE Breathitt feudlsts have added arson to assassination What ore we tooxpect next POLITICAL John T Catron of Barbourvllle ba8 announced for the republican nomti tlon for State Senator- Congressman Borelng says tho mountain republicans favor A E WlhonlJ nomination for governor Bon William C Hook ot Leave worth has been appointed United States Circuit Judge for the olJhth Kansas district Tho Prohibitionists of Clinton county have nominated tho Rev R F Mills to represent Clinton and Wayoo counties In the next Legislature Dr J A Sloan Is the republican nominee Hon E E Barton was renomlnati For representative by the democrats of Pcndleton county The convention In breed Gov Beckham the Stato tlclcet ted Mr Bartons candidacy for Speaker of the House W J Bryan announces that the Jef erson Club of Falrylew his country tome will bold a fourth of July celebration at which Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland Richard B Wynn of Texas and City Attorney Taylor of Jhlcapo will be speakers Scnilor Platt of New York has take en an Ingenious and characterlstl tand on the postal scandals clalmio hat the present trouble comes as a icrltage from the democrats sad add ng that tho republicans deserve tho Tatltude of the people for exposlo the corruption In the partyIThe fact that the aro ireparlng to put out a candidate again Ulle W Young for circuit judge give tho lie w the Courier Journal cbarge bat be traded with Whallen under tbe promise from him that be should hay no opposition The story has all aloe been regarded as preposterous Lex agton Democrat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 011 has been found In Clay county An Odd Follows Lodge Is being organized at Burgle Samuel Watts a welltodo farmcr- of Mercer counry Is dead E H Beazley Co sold to Ira Taylor a black gelling for 8200 Joseph Dome was struck and killed by an L N train near Jelllco Wtlllamsburg has 37 widows and most of them are young and pretty Muse Katherine Stone died sudden at the home of her brother Jno Stone 10 Garrard The Altamont Coal Company ot Lau- rei county with 10000 capital flied artlcle8 of Incorporation at Frankfort William Portwood the smallesj man- In Anderson county Is dead Ho was 31 feet high and weighed less than 00 undo Central Kentucky Trotting Horn Breeder Association of Boyle coun tv with 1500 capital has been Incor poratedThe Barbourvllle Council has passed a law requiring the muzzling of dogs between the months of May acd No vemberGen Turner charged with compllcl tv tn the Quarter House battle baA- beon arrested and lodged in jaU Ic Inevllle Tram Conn one of the oldest farmers In Garrard county was thrown from his horse and badly hurt Three of his ribs were broken At a church on Piney branch Rock castle county Joel Buttles and Obe Mullln8 became involved In a quarrel which ended In a shooting affray Mul- lInll was killed and Suttles is seriously wounded W G Mulllkln of Wllmore who went to Manchester to testify In some criminal cases was tired on from am- bU8h and slightly wounded It is 8ald- tbat be disregarded a warning to keep away from Clay county Judge B K Betburura aged 88 died ednesday night of old age and a gen eralltlvlog away of the entire body Judlro Bethurum for many years was very prominent factor In politics bav- Ing served the county one term as her III two terms as county judge and one- term as county attorneyMt Vernon 811nal Charles H arils an antlpol Icy champion was shot and killed In New York by a Negro he was proiecut LingAI tho result of the explosion of an 011 stove a young woman of Brooklyn 8 dead und her brother Is dying- rho town of Heppner Ore was de- 8troyed by water and 350 to 500 people are said to have been drowned In Newark N J aman found a 8400 pearl In oysters bought for 10 cents THIS AND THAT The protection levee at Hdlybro Miss has broken Tbe entire business portion of HU8t ler WIs was destroyed by are Miss Sarah Bonds of Owen county wis found dead of heart failure Many Chicago hotolstrtkersaresei Ing reinstatement In their old places Dr J T Buchanan of Eastman Ga was shot and Instantly killed by bl8 sonEight Mexicans under sentence of death for murder were finally acquitted The 13th Annual Convention of tho Modern Woodmen of America lain 8es sion at Indianapolis- Judge Redwloo charged tho rand jury at Jankson to Investigate tho burning of Capt Ewons hotel The Order of Railroad Telegraphs declared a boycott against tho Atct eon Topeka and Santa Fo railroad The seed and grain warehouse of D S Gay at Winchester was destroy by fro The loss Is estimated at HOC 000 with insurance of 275000 No pt REPORT OF THE CONDITION orTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILL AT HU8TONVILLE In the State of Kentucky at the close of ulneu June 9th tRESOUiCES Ami and dis OunllhtltfM U Iverdrafls secured and unsecured 3SW 30 U S ponds U secure clrcul tlon ItJM 00 anking House furalLure cad fiitures JJOO 00 Du from National flanks not Re serr Agents 107U toOJ ue Irom State Banks and Hankers 141- u 81 from approved reserve agents 42A7- 1hecks n and other cash Items U 37 otes ot National Ilinks ISt 00 sectional papereurreneyniekelaand- tents w a7 68 awful Money Keterr In Bank Specie h 9120- edemption 00 fund with U S Treasurer s per cent of circulation IfI 00 TOIa1h212MI 10 LIABILITIES ipital stock paid InhOoooSurplul ft 10000 00 divided profits less eapeosee ana- taes 66151 atlonal flank noteiouuundlnc 11640 00 Duo to other National banktidiTidual 7deposits subject to check UTMa TOla1ht12O l STATE OF KBNTUCKYI- aountyot w Uncola I J W locker cuhlcr of the above name Bank do solemnly swear that the abaro itatemen true to the best of my knowledge and belief J W IlocKXX Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Illb lNyol JuIIIH J P GOOBK N P 1 C My CoHiuIuloo expire Mirth 11 IWC Correct Atust T J ItsmiicM KtiWARD ALeoxit Director J W 1owMt J yo 512 KEIOKT OK CONDITION OH TUB Lincoln County National Sl kIOF STANFORD KY At the ehiMof nation June Mb 18EII RESOURCES Loan and DlONIIntah1a27S 6 erdrafta secured and unsecured 11717 U S Dondt to secure ehnllllonh 56000 0- 0Slocl aecuritle eto 2100 00 Banklnll hou furniture and niturn 4000 00 Due hem Rational Banks nut Reserve a AgenllhI 9 s Dae from State Banks and Banker Duo from approrM rwenre agents 21476 Cbecta end other ltemh SI7 Note ofother National BankiM 719 00 artlonal paper currency fickle cud cenlhM41 Ladul Honey Reserve In Dank via- Specie l11100 Lcgalt iider tom 1500 00 127C- 8leinptlon 00 Irons U S Ttvasr5per rent cirCTjitloD JSOO 00 Total taat9ualIILiTIES stock In 00 Iurpluundhhh4U 71 divided profits erpensea Id a urn I- XNllon1 hank Not outiUndlnK 49 4 l1u to other National lInkGG2DUll to State hanks and Ilanier Jndhldual lrpolU tubject to check 1800973 till iIn other than those abore staled Tulalhhf1lXl9U 2l STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 County of LlucoluuJ John B Owtley cashier of tie ahoy named Dank do aolemlly wear that the abore statement II true to the beet my knowledge and belief J B OWSLEY Cubic lUbtcrlbcd anti sworn to before me this 13th day 0 June 1903 J J McUOllERTS Nl L C eoaaJlC1Atleet J n PAXTOX W O WALKKK SlI SIIAXKII Directors 275S REPORT OF THE CONDITION or- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the close or buiincti June 9th 190- 8RESOURCES Loan and discounts 137AI1 a7 Onrlraltalaccurcd and unsecured S1S7 78 S Circulation 41000 Premium on U S Ilono1lh 217500t- ilOCke tecuriliei etoh 1014- 4Dkloghouie 3J furnitur and natures 8000 Olhcr real nut owndh 6 172 00 Ou from National Banks not Kw aerre Agents 12418 Due from State Banks and Uanlreh 217 Duc from approved reserve agents 2838 4- 4ernallUrenue sumps Checks and other cash items 2948 tes of other Nat tanks 2COJ 00 Fracliooal paper currency nickels a cenllh 1549 24 In Rank 1h tpccieh97ll1 60 Le a 00 lS123 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 2050 00 TOlalh 218270 41 LIAUIL11IES Cpllli stock 4 80000 00 llS3 Undylded fund tTilprofits less apenies sad 8202 35 taxes paid Nlioaalllnk Notes outstanding 4100J 00 flue to other baOklh84MVue to state bunks and banker a64t 1- 1lndlyidual deposits subject to check HObu 39 tertilled Total h28210STATE OF KE uCounty of TUCKYI I Jno J MclEoberti above named nl do solemnly swear that the above alat- emnt is true to best of mr knowledge and be l1er JNO J JolcnOUERT Cashier ubtcribed and sworn to before me this 13th day- June01 W M l1rtabtitN P L O orrect Attesti W I TATS i S U Director THE GRAND L ADERI Figure Beauty SecuredEly Modelj Perfect Ilnei the result of coreetwaklRJO Wo have a full lino of this colobratcd corolINOTIONS Now Sholl Hair Pins tho 25o kind Back Combs at 10 15 and 25c Shirt Waist Pearls go at 25 35 and DOc set Ladles knee length Ribbed Drawers 26c Ladios Drop Stitch Hose tho axe kind Hie CO Manapere A 8 PRICK surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Beovrr tlcRobrteDrug Hulldint 810rIDOwlo y ReA JONES Ky OfficIO over Higgles A McKinney Stor Telephone No 91 DR P W Carter DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Offlco In Myers House Flats d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Btrwt a Stanford Kontucky Ka L The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NOTICE FARMERSThe Brown Wlr Fence Is the strongest the most durable best fence made II rutty rrovljei for expansion and contraction anJ the wires are the same sire as horizontals 1111 se4lenyheighthanl else fence desired Set cam In court house van HUBERT Agent 1150 dealer In finest BareJ Plymouth Rock chkkem REFERENCES Messrs George Spanker Jai Plummer and Dr G Carpenter have anl trlcj the Brown Wlr Fence and pronounce It the fees and cheapest In the wcrld For Lift or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Mrera Hotel Bu11dingL 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitablestrongest in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity tk Casual ty Co of Now York Covers every Accident every illness FOR SALE Tbo Trlbblo House Junction City KV I offer this wellknown hotel with nil Its Furniture for ale It U looted In Junction Olty Boyle county Kentucky at the crossing of the Cincinnati Southern and the KuoxTllle division of the L k N U U and It the dinner stand for the latter road It Is a large atory frame metal roof build Ing containing 35 rooms fronting 500 feet on the L A N R R and 70 feet on the O The lot contains about 9 12 acres of ground barn and outbuilding plenty of fruit and splendid water Thin Is one ot the best stands in Kentucky hoe an trade For further particulars write or call on A THinULE Junction City Ky u AVo have just receive from tho celebrated Paragon Shirt Waist factor a largo lino of White and Colore Shirtwaists also a full lino of Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Pine India Linen White Waist 60c Whlto India Linen Waist colored Polku Dots gym Very Fine White Oxford Waist very stylish ei25 Mer cerlzcd Oxford Waist white or col ors 9116 India Linen Waist New wldcband trimmed Monte Carlo front 32M India Linen Suit elegantly made 2M WOO etOO and 500 each Wo have recently added to our de partment a full and complete line of Ladles Muslin Underwear a few spa tUnls for n starter Ladies Muslin Gowns nicely made IS cents Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 Lents Ladles Corset Covers well made 16 cents Ladles Corset Covers trimmed 2C- cLadlob Corset Covers trimmed Val Lnee 4M Splendid made Skirt Hamburg trim mo T ISo SPECIALS 20 dononJMena Fine elOO Shirts goat Vicente Special Prices on ClothingjDont EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards l0 Ineh wide Hamburg worth 20 25 and 35c yard as long ns lasts goes at lOc yard In order for as many to share in this bargain as ossiblo wo limit 10 yards to each I customer 5A GreatDollar Skirt H ynu decide In exchange n dollar fr one of these Soro l Petti meat youll get the greatest skirt Talue that your mor ey ever bonphv In the place the material a f letter quay than you could vcarccly eipect la a rklrt at thli figure And then It G elegantly trimmed with a very deep flounco and neat ruftl lint the but point about this garment U the r way that it Is made Every cam Is strapped and there are na places for the dust F to hide Every ttltch te honestly and tnnKlrr tlonsly taken and yoeU 1 rnever be bothered fi I rrnd rent Tio cKrSrrwtSk yoke mak a 1 f c tr aorder grt- nt 1100 In pre rr- I IThe best 100 Underskirt dust proof ruRloii very lest of Morcoriwd Saloon Bettor ono at 8160 e211lnd 3 See this lino before you buy CROSSETT SHOES A full lino of A SRTrS liens lIno Shoos Wo caniultyou t2 8260 83 8160 and fj Wo can give you choice of Pat KW Pat Colt or Volotir Viol Kid or Box CnUTho Shoo that Iltathe aye awl I the foot 1 THE GRfJ1D LEADER jM B LEVY Prors S B LEVY 1 4 DENTISTStanford 8orsoShoerssWodtMain RUPLEY pie CARPENTER Covers two hue splendid established Oommerclal lint e Withers Furniture Coif DenIers in Fine Furniture Cnrpots lugs Vnll Paper Window Shades tCc rnnufncturors of Picture rFramos RANGE SALE I We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced pricesrThe 17 kind will go nt M25 The 25 kind will go at 2125 j Tlio 30 kind will go nt24i r s The 835 kind will go at 8050 Tho 840 kind will go nt317The 50 kind will go at4460You hate never had such nn opportunity pro Ecntetl to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be set up in your kitchen nnd r guaranteed CEO H HARRIS A CO StrinfortlKy I 1 r W H Mueller tFORDt I if IT IS NOT A SECRET made LEWIS ilIt Is No JecrelI have the goods In nutntltytand I finality and a child can the same bargains andattenUon M the muldlo age Come and spend a low moments and look Lthehigh grade Diamond Coffees and many other valuable articles I havo the entlro sale for the coun tty and the prices will be satisfac tory to you 1 J W FERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky t WANTED t i 1Ibaeton iyouRUBBER TIRESI have one of the beat rubber tire machine In Central Kentucky Can ftft put on the very best tires cheaper than any one kJ ROMANS Lancaster ry k 0 t 1 L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky JUNK 10 1903 In filling your prescriptions wo use proporIonlnot do better II yon paid ui doublo the price which Is always reasonable Pon eV1 Drug Store ONALS GEO B DtNN of Burnildei was hero SaturdaySrelatives In Garrard MRS no WHAY and daughter are Visiting at SomerotD- LEDSOE HAILKY la spending sever al days In Louisville W n PBllLKS wont to Livingston 3 yesterday on business Miss MOLLIE DROOltB of Crab Orchard was hero shopping Friday Mite E P CAttJJ TEn of CustOD- vllle It with Mm John D RI tic Mil ROIIHUT UOUSBTT Of St Loull was the guest of Mr Alfred lilgglos E A LITTLE ton arrived Saturday at the home of Mr and Mr J L Bcas lay Miss TEVIS CAniBNTKK Is at home from the Lexington Conservatory of Music MISS LVOV MILLER GIVENS return ed Saturday from college ntCrawfordi vllle lad MKS W W GOLTRA of Crawford vllle lad U with her sister Mr O OOlvcOltRJDOR n formerly of this county is now mall transfer agent at Lexington GeottGRCiiANQELixm of Danville pent several day wltb his parents at Walnut Flat Mils ELLBN Iooit of Lancaster was hero Friday returning from Mar ttnivlllo Ind Miss PAULINE IRVINE of Doyle spent Saturday and Sunday with the Misses Lewis Alas ED WILKINSON and children k are visiting Mr and Mr John W Moore In Casey MKS G R ENULBMAK of Daovlllc and Ml t Elliiboth Evans spent several days with relatives here Mil Join U SHANKS of Stanford It a guest of friend here for a ihort visit Ltxlogton Democrat JULIAN DOURNE who has had a se yore spell of typhoid fever came over from Lexington to recuperate Miss JBNNIR LYNN returned Sotur day from a dl btfui visit to Misses Edwards and Daniel at Paris MIR90S ANNIE DfNN and Mary D Kennedy spent several days with the Misses McKinney at McKlnocy MRS O M THOMPSON atd daugh tar Miss Ophelia Tbompion of Cblca go are guests at Mr J U IUley PROP Wu J CRAm principal ot the Oweniboro nigh School was a guest at Miss Florence Truebearti Mns J 8 QCNDLEY and Mill Sarah Hundley went to St Catherine Sun day to tee Miss Mary Barboe Huddle y graduate JOHN II MEIER wife Mln Freda Molar and Oscar Bulman of Danville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs JOG Meier at Highland MR W M FRANCISCO the Brod head monument man was hero Satur day setting up tome work be bad doe for Mr W H Johnson Mal W H Glbbo who It said to 1 have fired the first shot of the Clvl War at Fort Sunn r died Friday at nil home In Columbia S C MISS MARIA FLYNN was taken to Jo spit Price Infirmary In Stanford Wed neiday whore the will bo treated for coniumptlon Mt Vernon Signal Miss POLLY DCANE TRAYLOR who It one of the graduates of Caldwell Col t lego Danville bal our thanks for an exceedingly handsome Invitation to the commencement exercise which occur tomorrowMiss GOVER of Stanford yesterday after spending com 1lefL with Mr A E Gibbons J F Welts of Tampa Fla arrived yesterday to visit her son Mr John S Well Advocate I Miss CORA WARD of Lancaster will sing a solo at the contest here Juno 10h Mil Ward has Lust returned from Bristol Tenn where oho b- alL been taking a special course In vocal music She la laid to bo one of the belt vocalists In the State Miss ANNE HUFFMAN will leave t Tuesday for Dalton where she will bo the guest of her aunt Mri Bonnet Later Miss Huffman expects to vlilt Mica Carla Subrug of Now Jersey and Miss t arJorlo Swan of New York Lexington Democrat SATURDAYS Loulsvlllo Times con eslMarie o phine Warren and Blanche Van Do veer and Mr Charles H Saufley who composed the graduating class of Stanford High School 1A A WARREN formerly of Staad f ford who li a recent and dlttoo to this city evidently li pleased inea recent issue of the ER IOR JOURNAL he has several thousand rdeof praise concerning tho mountains Middlesboro and her Inhabitants Mlddldiboro News A good portion ot the letter Is copied by the above pa- perJ 4 MRS CLEO BROWN visited relative In Lancaster visitingflleadInMiss ANNIE EVANS of Danville it with the Misses Murphyon yesterdayMLVernontorday v Danillaor bore 1nt0 L PENNY It attending tbo 1tlllSprlnlMR J D VANIIOOK camo up from MrbMR W G LACKBY wlfo and baby returned to St Louie yesterday after a ploaiant stay with the family of lion G A Lackey MRS A E GODWIN and little daughter of Naihvllle are with her parents Mr nod Mr Richard Dlbb In tbo Turnertvlilo section LOCALS FOR Binder Twine tee I M Bruce FHBD oats tor byCarson A Pence + Far u yacclno point on band Craig L Rocker JohnDARhtSCREEN door and window at Hig gins ft McKInnoyi PURE Gorman Millet Soed for sale cheap Carton k Ponce IF you have not secured your teat for tho content do so at onceFMerryGoHound Main Street CouoL1NationalSaturday at ills TUB young ladles salon circle will moot In the lecture room of tho Chris tlafi church at2AO Saturday afternoon TilE tax books are ready and I am now ready to give you a receipt for your texas Call In and settle M S Uaughman therlff Quit mill after clogboon thor oughly repaired is running again and we are ready to welt on our customers Giro us a call J II Daugbmau k Co RARKBS NRAni secured the coo tract to carry mall between Stanford and McKinney and will begin to do 10 July Darnel is a sober rollabl- young man and will deliver mails wit certainty celerity and security It THERE will be an excursion to Mam moth Cave the last week In June Tho expenses to cave and rotors laeludlo lights and guide tees through the for both routes lodging and throe meals at the Cave Rote will be 112 35 Seo Albs Georgia Levels for lurihe- particulars TOE Mt Vernon SI alcrisis a pic Lure of our townsman and has this lay about him Hon R O Warren a good lawyer and makes a splendid court IIb praise Is being sung from 0ooe end of tho county to the other pUlhebUllne COPY for the Crab sherd fair cat alogue see handed us Saturday by President R H Dronaugh and Sears toy W D Wallin From the copy It look like tho catalogue will bo oloso to 100 pages It filled with liberal everybUllnespecial premiums amount to nearly 81000 GARNETTMr Wilson Garnet i brother of Mrs Joe S Rice of Lbll plocc died Friday at isle home at Cavo City and woe burled Sunday Ho wai 28 years old and was an exceptionally fine young man Mr Garnett returned Only a week ago from Benson Arizona whom bo spout some time In search of health Mrs Rico was present at the tlmo of ber brothers death Her hus band attended the burial OROtrA good mother wont to ber reward when the spirit of Mrs Oliver J Crow returned to the God who gave It at 230 Sunday afternoon For months she had suffered with a complication of troubles and death must have byes a sweet welcome Mr Crow was Miss Maria Goode daughter of L6ronzo Gcodo deceased and was a warm hearted Christian woman She was a devout member of the Christian church and until ber Infirmities camo was aI regular attendant at her ohurcha sere vices She was a sister of her bus beads Ort wife end materially assist cd In raising the children left by her Mr Crow le survived by her husband and two children Mrs J H Mania of Hardin county and Mrs Matt Wood son of Stonoga Vsend In their sor row at her death they weep not alone A gloom IB cast over her satire neigh borhood for In It taw If any bettor women have ever Ilvedalt 3 oclock yesterday afternoon the remains woro Interred In Duffalo cemetery after ap proprlato remarks at the grave by Eld DJ Pinkerton t FRESH bread every day at Willis i BANK reports tbl Issue Read thorn WE secondbandMcCormack j for sale Has only been used e season Carson S Pence prottyIarrenlng for tear of getting them mashed MR M F vtheprincipal speaker at a big Maccdbeo picnic given by tho Maccabees near Ounnvlllo Saturday GO to Sacray Sisters studios Stan ford seal Danville for highclass pic tune at right prices Quickest and boat service 4t NOTICE the columns of the Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchanged TI tlo Co They are offering several stooks of goods for sale ESTRAY A RedDuro sow shlaythankfully received Mrs Jeep Tray lor Gilbert Creek TilE Louisville Weekly Cou Her Journal and the Lexington Demo crat are making an unprecedented campaign otter the three paper six months for 1360 A DANVILLE grocer formerly a cltl renofthls county told us yesterday that on Saturday his store mado 310 sales and that the average amount of SiCBChHARVEST begun earnest ycstor day Dozens of blades were seen at work between Stanford and Danville Tho wheat Is not as good as It lat first thought to be LET tho children enjoy a ride on the lying Dutchman In the Shanks lot on East Main The gentlemen In charge are courteous and attentive to children and guarantee all who patronize them a good tDn- aWATTSbir B F Watts lather In law of Mr F K Trlbblo dled at Dan ville Saturday afternoon of a general giving easy egad 70 He was burled Sunday at 430 alter services by Rev H C Garrison SSp NEXT Friday evening the opening ball at Crab Orchard Spring will occur and greed time Is anticipated Splendid music lotIof rood dancer and the ballroom floor se slick le Bless ought to draw like a sticking plaster LOST VALUABLE MARE Hon Harvey Helm lost his tine saddle mare yes terday She was one of the finest walking mares In Kentucky and be herhtrouble MR JOHNSON ALLEN representing S J Oiborn JrIt Co of Cincinnati ewas hero yesterday trying to secure the contract for laying the concrete pave meats recently ordered by the city ort here 00We o West End was stormed Friday night by the society rushers of that vicinity orto Introduce Miss Saunders of Jessa mine county who to visiting the Missis Reynolds of Moreland All wero roy ally entertained by Miss Lula Rey acids and Mr Jennings X CIRCUIT COURT Will Smith col eyed charged with breaking Into Geo B Cooper barn and stealing shlpstuff was given two years John Adams colored confessed to stealing duck from Mrs Mattie Neviu and was given a year Adam McCormack and West Carter both colored were given two years for stealing hog from George A McUoberts Tbo will tees of Owen Coyle against I S Tovls executor was dismissed without prejudice The cases of Denham and Cottrell charged with knocking down and rob blng Mr C H VanArsdale sot for yesterday were postponed until Wednesday week THE following Is the program of the Elocutionary Contest at Waltons Opera House next Friday evening 10th Address by Chairman J N Saunders 1 Miss May Wallace Ballard Richmond High School Subject The Fight With the Aurochs Vocal Solo Prof J W Ireland Harrodsburg 2 Mlea Carrie West St Catherines Subject The Gypsy Flower Girl Du ot Medley Miss Grace Grlnutead Mrs E H Beazley 3 Miss Cora E Dodge Louisville Subjesk Within The Vocal Solo Miss Dot Camnllz Huston vlllo 4 Miss Myrtle Britton Har rodsburg Subject Where Is Annotto Music 5 Miss Katherine Swopo Liar olden Danville Subject Ttte Vocal Solo J W Ireland Harrods burg 0 Miss Minnie Sine Stanford Subject Ono Thanksgiving Out Music 7 Mlee Sara Daniels Parl Subject Vocal Solo Miss Ward Lancaster 8 Miss Myra Walk er Flemlngsburg Subject Mu ties 0 Miss Allle Rives Lobanon Subject Leah The Forsaken Music 10 Mlsi Jennie Carr Somerset Sub jecir As The Moon Roan Music 11 Miss Lllllan8 Poor Garrard Count Subject Sandya Romance Music JeN BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv RatesCallCoal UMBRELLAS Itecovcred andrepaired and made almost ns good as new or u snail amount I can tramproplilroretrial PRINK ATKINS Stanf- ord4TH OF JVLtYWilt be celebrated with great pomp and HaloWellJohndamsof three or tour hours of his own and part ofthosetouJMunderw w hereillappeasethe dayofall day SECOND ANNUAL Fourth of July Entertainment At Oak Grove thretffourtlis of a mee west of Yowm IoIlo1OlngA1Royalty raCfJjandal airs by ant his quarttte speech EIJ J blontromery Bea game Stanford vs S10lourmask kt crum supper fire works Kenskm of firedlshtyhlldepullA1l11lulOnChIl1ren ifnJONES KELSEY Mps G I N GILLOCK Proprietor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call In when you want a dean Share or a Styttab flair O- ntBUY TWI E From F POSTLE Lancaster Ky Dorsey Golddust 12052 by7llcadlImpArabllnFlorence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gods Morgan descending from Justin Mor gan malting him an Intensely Inbred Morgan stallion i the best family of road horses known Dorsev Golddust Is a dark bay full prowyqualIUt1mand at Will make the present season for approved mares at my farm 3J4 llvemare parted wi- thQUASI 2127 ofenaves Natlonauz No 12663 by M Tlchner t Co In 169S Winner of first prize attstallions and unbeaten In AmeriCA Color handsrabreedrlookingform with unusual step and action Will make the present season at myjarm ouoIcolt Money due when colt comes or mate parted with Mares at boo week aslbllltppor escapes TO BE Properly dressed is easy if you buy al the right place Wo are able toIdress you properly so that you will feel pleased with yourself By clue ful attention to every detail of our business we have secured the most desirable goods to behad in each line t Clothing llats Shoes furnishings the very best throughout Wo think the goods and our method of doilig business will suit you Let us dress you Wo know how to do it Cummins McClary THEWELL DRESSED man of today is tho mUll whodrusscs to suit the OCCASION and the SEASON Tile new things of today are Broad Brim Hats Soft Shirts with neat effect Wash Vests in neat colors Low Cut Patent Shoes Neckties very small Four in hands long and nar row Socks in Lace effects modest col ors Collars double band turn downmc dium high Belts narrow black grey and tan color All tlio above items we have in great variety and newest patterns Terms Cash HJsVTRoberts a k r t SUMMER GOODS Summer time is here In earnest and we have a very complete stock of everything you will need for comfortable clothing See us for wash goods such as White Qoods Lawns Dimltlts Piques Dicks Linens Lace Hosiery Summer Corsets Fans Umbrellas Ribbons LOW SHOES Slippers Ac Wo 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 STOVESassntISastaa ane Refrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire P ultr Darb Wire tires and flush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO d L LdL WR McROBERTS 1 THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER BestlReady Mixed PAINT for any Purpose rf a u I t- rfr4Jt vil s 7TIlE INTERIOR JODRHAL Itnlcred n the pottoffice at Stanford at 1eoondclan maU- erAt1b11sri1TueSay and Fri4pl T1 PER YEAR CASH WWhtnaot iop Id 3QO will bechsned KNOXVillE DIVISION Na2lTretngo1ogNorth101pmroes No25II South alii No 23sa 1ta3pm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will runt for one or more yean J n OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries end Oakes Etc lust received Highest market prices for flutter Eep Ac Olvo him a call Big of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur Dishing Goods Etc lust added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly mid monthly Profes sional bills Sue when services are rendered and mut 11ld promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food fckSalo Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty sold Orade Horses and Mules bought Feed horses receive personal attention J iccS Traylor DEALERS IX Wliisku Brando Wines Beer Ginars Etc Carpenter Houta Oloscto Dtpot STANFORD KY Prompt anj polite attention Nothing but the bee to dunk Ma phone cr telegraph osiers receive prompt attention JI D WerellInsurance Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the company In the world Assets118f710635 jo propertllnDoyle ooln Stanford Kentucky I R B Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties jncoln and Casey who may oe seeking in surance against Kiro Lightning and Tornado None but the tron elt and best OldLine Com represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone 02 Stanford Kentucky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beailevs Livery Stable have had occasion to me your mack Draught Stock and Poultry Mcdl1 dna and am pleased to say that I never usedanything forstock that gave half as good satisfaction heartily recommend It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER St Louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock food more than sick persons ehoultlexpect to be cored your stock and poultry are sick give them med icine stuff worth less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the posalbleand Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady of if taken in a 25 cent can PoultryIedicinCl8nd times over Horses work belter Cows give more milk Hogs gain flesh hens lay more eggs solves the blood1fleshthe smallest amount of foodcon sumed Buy a can from your dealer HAIR A BALSAM bruUfle the halt cland lomrint truth Yalta to Be lor 111 rJrJrratrColor Ours UUlag nkaodelW nngrte NEW LIVERY STABLE S W B7SSB k S N1rcrll JUNCTION CITY KY p FlrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and lay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hang first claas Porters meet all trains 89 Je La Beazley it Co Undertakers and- EmbaImore DBiLIIS la urnitureMattingsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for sill kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G + 1YJcG f Y UNDERTAKES E 1tt3ALMER And Deilear In SAENESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky DR fENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache KldnoyaBladder acheKeartDlaeasebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary wrlto lit Iouuet lie has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Free- A gravel lodged In my bladder After using n few bottles of Feutere Klduey and Ilackache Cure I passed a gravel laU at largo as a marble mixllcluU prevented further furtaatk was cured W T O A K ES Orrlx Va Druggists toe II Ask for Cook Hook Free sTvITu S DANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular Pi Kenner FredonlaNV Election Notice Resular term Lincoln County Court hell May nth ioo Holt Jas P Valley Juice presiding In the matter of the petition of W D EJ stem ani J C McWhorter and others for a lout option election In Gab Orchard Magisterial dis trio No a In Lincoln County Ken rocky JuJEneat The wrltfen petition of W D Blmliton J C Mc Wh rter anl others aiding that an election be hell at Crab Orchard Magisterial Dliulct No2 In Lin coin county Kentucky on the ajrd day of June looj to sake the sense of the legal voters In salt dlttrlcl who are qualified to vote at an election for county of ficers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt shall be sold bartered or loaned In said district and asking that the provisions of the law and prohibition shall to all druggists In salt district having been received by Jas ley Judee of the Lincoln County Court on the tjrd day of April ant having been filed In open court and an order noting Its sal hung having been entered In sail Court at a special term of said held on the iird day of April the matter cane on pot hearing upon the said petition and the proof and It appearing to the court from petition and the proof heard that the sail 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 tied to vote at an election for county officers and It also likewise appearing to the court that of the said petitioners 109 are legal voters In voting precinct i and B9re legal voters In voting precinct No a which are the only two precincts In the said district and at the last preceding general election there were cast In said voting precinct No I aoj votes and In said preclnt No a air votes and so therefore pearing that numbers the petitioners from each of the said respective precincts are more than of per cent of the votes cast In the said respective precincts at the tart election and that Uw said LawIteteitlon beheld inCrb Orchard magisterial dltrlct NO2 In day of June got for thepwposeoftakngthesent o the legal voters In sail district who are to vote st an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein and It Is fur ther adjudged thai the provisions of the law under which this election Is ordered and prohibition shall ply te1I druggist In said district S Uaughaan the Sheriff of Lincoln county Is directed to a at each of the voting inCrabcounty Kentucky on the ajrd day of June agcy the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters In said district who are qualified to vote ar an election for county officers upon the whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors shall be sold bartered or Iotne therein the said provisions of the law and prohibition to apply to all druggists In said district A CEO H COOPER I Clerk Lincoln County Court HERE AND THERE A Chinese student married a promlne Philadelphia girl A New York Judge declares that lovo at 00 is not insanity underthe law Kansas City Kris has made an appeal for outside aid for the flood sufferers Will Thurman of Paducah Ky dletl at Alton 1111 of injuries intlictod titer sandbagger A general strike of the machinists amI boilermakers along the C and O rallro has been ordered A cloudburst at Morenci Aria delay Ill the crisis in the mining strike IInd caused tho besot nine lives Trouble is brewing among the Flathe Indians in Montana as n result of an attempt to seite cattlo for taxes Former Attorney General XVMlam J Hendrick of Kentucky ban filed a pelt tlon in bankruptcy in New York A verdict of 45 cents has been award a Jackson county man who sued for 3 I the price of a pint of turnip seed Nearly all the leading hotels in Chi cago are badly crippled by a strike of waiters cooks and oth r employee Thu National Tieasurer of the Ancle Order of Ilibornlana has sent a check for 11000 to the Kanias flood sufferers There has been a sharp Increase in tho number of cases oi cholera in the hllll1 pints since the beginning of the rain seasonAt Scotland three men three boys and a woman were killed and mat were injured as the result of fire in a die tiliory Ills ability to remember faces enable Recorder GaIT of New York to force a confession from a man he had not seen for 13 years James P Hall Powell county weal thlcst citizen and a former Represcntath in the Slate Legislature committed sub clde by taking strychnine One person in every 10 in Chicago according to health department statistics Is sick with the grip It Is of milder type than raged a few years ago The number of irrigated ditches and canals in operation In the United State exceed 20000 and their combined length Is not lees than 20000 miles As the result of an old grudge Jamc Slay ton was cut to death by his brother nlaT Perry Bright in Marion county Bright is in jail at Lebanon ACCOldID to two professors of the Chi cago University the present day Sunday cboois are far behind the times as far at scientific teaching Is concerned The principal banks and trust con panics of Pitteburg are to be combined and known as the Colonial Trust com tany with total resources of S7800000C The O N OC T P R R will build a new bridge over Cumberland river at Burnside Fifteen new engines of 61 tone each have been ordered and will be received in the fall The thriftiest robber on record was the Maine highwayman who held up a citizen the other day and after taking his purse which proved to contain only a few dol lure picked his teeth for more than f10 worth of gold- Friends of Senator Scott of West Yir glnla declare that ho is the II original iforkcs man for second place on the Roosevelt ticket and point out that he launched the Kentuckian boom a year before Representative Oventteet thought or It Mr Yerkos says bo has no thought- of tho vice presidency Tho Court of Appeals has reverted the Franklin Circuit Court in the case of raynor vs Beckham The suit was ed by John Traynor for a mandamus to compel liar Beckham to issue jo him a ommlsulon as Police Judo of Nicholas vide Traynor was elected by tho Coun eil and prior to his election Gov IJeckhati lied appointed O W Stanley to the office Tree court holds that the Council has the right to fill the vacancy His Last Hope Realized In tho first opening of Oklahoma to set tlen in 1889 the editor of this paper was among the many seekers after fortune who made tho big race one fine day In April During his traveling about and forwards his camping upon his claim encountered much bad water which igelher with the severe heat gave him- a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost Impossibo to check and along in Juno the case became so bad ho expected to die One day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Chain crlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a lest hope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on- the ground in great agony and in a few ilnutes the dose was repeated The good lect ot the medicine was soon noticed Ind within an hour the patient was tak- Ing his first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a complete cure and he cannot help but feel grate ful The season for bowel disorders be- Ing at handsuggeeta this ItemTho Sen tinol Gebo Mont For sale by Craig locker Electric street care have killed 1216 persons and injured 47248 in the last years since they came into use In that time tho number of passengers carried in 8year has Increased from 2000000000 6000000000 Juts Bruises and Burns Qulck ly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm Is an anti optic liniment and when applied to- cuts bruises and burns causes them to- heat without maturation and much more qUlekl1 than by the usual treatment For 1110 by Craig Hocker I have been troubled for some time with indigestion and sour stomach SAYI Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee a and have been taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much ao that now I can eat many things that before I could not If you have any trouble with your dour ach why not take these Tablets Bud get well For sale by Craig A honker To Tho Lakes Summer Tourist Tickets on sale via Queen k Crescent Routo Juno 1 to Sept ifl Ask tlcknt agents for particulars L R Hughes Secretary h Treasurer Central KentuckyI Real Estate Exchangi TITLE CO Stanford Kv No 1lloUM anJ lot In ManforJflTe roomrhall- ooreh ta the rear goal ardea ollIhborhood riot to thurrhM and school Good tot mallfan llr rrtntU No 1 Small farm 37 arm Smile front ttai ford HouMOl four good tunes leek porch sad I veranda frond barn scd other buildings la goa repair Cut Inilz aide well fenced ae urn 10 saturation nee acre la fruit trera root In rasa Dou htatrommleloereuleet bargain and eat soldt Lalllia Clooe to school ebutib Prlc MS per sere Land aJjolntnc sold for IM sac IU This lea bargain No 3 Houw and let lo Stanford HOUM rot aloe five rooms uood staW and 8 agree of well fenced One ofprettiest bulMloc Iota In room enough In front fir two other cottages orIlodI ilorv front be built to the cottage teed a beautiful bowe Will be sold cherp owner must bate money No Twoatorr Irani dwelling 7 room hall and veranda Oood garden fencing snd house ta good repair For ale or rent Irk reaaooabl No 8 Iteue sad 11 Stanford ThH rooms and Iront lonh Wood garden and caW 600 pNoStanfcrd I stark I rooms heel gs den smoke ant wl toW only S Farm of so mlle Imu Stan ferd on rouBlr road M nlo ralllralkM wrri la pastor 2 orchard sod mi la tluWr Two wall oeltagM good barn sad outbatMlngi well watered and fairly gwxl ltac eao be bought Ii lourprkwaaownerlUis in InJlinipo lla end meat hoe money NoXUweUlnf ofde room 01cllnceeewry sat g mien Atao Urge two story stora room MX feet lower moor applt 4 with counters iheltrs etc ASater In dwrlllM sal itomonui also cUwrn and well on JIb Swau gt teak orate Me mite from totau1rd UIWIegs- Inneed rryeirsaldweltla originally tat 1Iea- od store over 11300 Mil Beth r M rwill rent or tell wllralvNo 1123 ere fa SI mile or Crab Otehsd Kr Ilrtek dwelltog aroom two tenant bwtw two Lara well aM spring near dwelling Fan In high slat el culllrstion lee arm river Wtlw land leering fruit etc Price U7SO sa acre NUlIIadOD l nnuter street is Crab Orchard oppotlle Spring no Im lal stock bUD buadeae1 ttockwattr IreitliitlwlMIng site la tawn l te 56uJoN5bAarm of sens In Lincoln eoant Thne good dwellings 11001 hints sal other owl bulMuig each house bun tie about the rente of 100 acres All on county road J tulle from church school slid p04tofllcf Lays well cad well watered This s tobara farm and would suit two or thr e fimtlle that might want to come Iran th same neighborhood lrlci reasonable No astrouaaadeeaerwot land In JUKIo ney Nenuary uibulldmtt L Fencing good and well watered Will sill this plan on easy terms No MUouM sad Sr acm of land within tF mile of Blauford louse tentalni Or rooui veranda etc newly painted large new bun ari crib granary eta All buildings and easing In rpleedld repair Well watered This is a most ileliaUhMi Price flfoO No Two story right room frame dw 4lst StanradKy Large garden sad barn let TIll hone of the most desirable house la Iowa lrke reaaeue No ISA air cotta and tot on Lancaster trretSunhrd tones good diMrn eta lost 18JJONo arm near HuiloartU Dwelling cf rigid moss hall inanla etc One tenant hou itoek barn large toleno bun sad ubu MitlNiUillBgt CUtwn and good wi U th yard and water In every fteid on the place Fare wt peers fields and Inietau land Nfe IOA laHi of tau actor ram dwelling four roniti ouud sttik barn and all Bere aiy cm hulMlngv 1ololM well watered rut la an eeldaederror In culllratlon Teat In Mu grain Ixn than half mil Irouj turrflU lye oarr tllil elate for only eq per air No SI BSistToaof land In Itockrattl for or ucbaog Hai all necessary liuprovrucnn well watered Ac Will be sold st a hargato No Wo1ann of acre slluat l near Kings Tllle Ky 60 circa In oulUtttlon n In titaberiewatered two burns and olber- outLuUdlnp good repair DwlIInll comparative new L within N0 yrile or tbrre cburchu- school1atoiCceand C If depot Property nn on pike nd county road and Is the mat drtafarm In that section Wa will sell the whole farm lor n 400 or la parcelaof not Iwa than 30 acre to ultpurcbaaer This II certainly cheap property No 3Farm of 73 acres near iaburg Dellluglgood barn etc Well watered fencing In repair 1roductlT lime ton land In good neighborhood close to school nd on good road 1rlce 1700 No MA farm cf 103 acres In Coy county lay- On and onehalf story dwelling with six room goal barn and other outbuildings blity acres to ultliailon 43 acre In limber fruit tree etc L well on county road clow to church chooletc frlc only No 2SIIou eandon acre land house con alns icren room vrrander cellar etc All nee nary outbuildings Extra large barn all In pUudld repair nI and cover ed Cistern at door Goal garden and large Lara- lot llntyofkuitonplarey Irlce 11100 No 2s100 acre of land In Ford six miles irons railroad and tulles trotArkansas river Seven ty acrea olln li river botiom Ie rat clasa land and In graaa This land is for or exchange No IA farm of IK acres four miles from Man pike to the county well watered- leneinggood iIelllnl front pike all nrvoUI- Llilldlop A splendid blue great farm at J only i9minuteadrltefromcouotyecat Owner cf hoe tarot adjoining Ibis has recently refused f43 uer acre ofler this at E1750 No 66Farm of 118 acres In Casey county Two story frame dwelling two barn and other outbuilding In Hplendld tobacco lant and In good community A bargain at No 67 Farmof till acres In Cue new two story 8 room frame dwelling antold welling In lair condition Urn and other out buildings On county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two well spring tic This la a de liraLie bouts 1rlce l5m KyFrameoutbuildings aurln cultivation rest In tllUl JOfIOt1cebOOIIandacres near heap No 20 Twoitory lions 9 rooms hIIverand1I2acre splendid Isnd sdjolnlngln ertla good palr water and llxbu In home cla ternt oor eautlfulhomeIrlcel300- 0Nof HOUM of are rooms porch one acr of ryeoawndangood stable Oas mile rom town No 23 Fret of ICS acres 5 tulle from Stanford one slogdbteandwagonahaiconbInedthe other aa extra good lrai cattle sheds attached Did you ever See a total eclipse and notice how completely put out the moon was We can ahowyou similar display in our stocK of Tennent Shoes They eclipse all in qual- Ity and durability it pays to get the best Of Ky Capital Stock 50000 was originally as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In tillthen reorraalied aa the National Rank of Stanford Hit and again reorganized as the First National Haik of Stanford la 188S having bad practically an uninter rupted existence It Is better now with faculties for transact and well then ever Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I J D Iaaton J n Owsley B II Sbanki W O Walker Gee W Carter The Farmer and relation as you to S DE3T IN oi the roc Ask your oI ass 6e B sllIt Bam arranged Also hennery and corn orchard In etc Tms farm Iris been tr Url sod Is and Is cal for 1901 for half rent ant Is cultivated In corn Bud Title perfect u will show Dwelling of4 with 20 acres land In lara and Decenary loge 2 welt In rd splendid and 2 acre Irawbent possession IrlcwfvoO No 26 das Etta A 2 storeroom net from hotel stairs bl fordwelllng 2 nice cottage and rooms and Ipapered on same lot uAl as Good and Is a line tome one to make has KfLsed to rent property fur IN t Cutting PRICES at the N Y We put to scissor In and t In tho THICKS of Mans and Womens hOtINo took can Ian long December Here are a few sample of what we do la selling when we get at It A Men at 1215 it 360 Womens Shoe at II 90 Clothing aD1lDry also nt greatly REDUCED ritlOKJS us call Successors to Hank Trust under sans Hoping bnslnens wilt beneficial I KUI WI First National Bank Stanford IThlslaiUtutloo established supplied promptly oaNerI pronlnJtlio y J 8 Prest W II Dkpr r F Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker W P Walton K L Tanner M U Elmore 8 II Stanford T P Tea ICobtnson J II W P Stanford LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I Directors URDUOTIONS Company continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT mutually Officers HOOKER McROnCItTS ChreWEAKEN Directors Lexington nanrhraan llaitebman STOCK SOOOOO Officers r8 n President J n OW8LRY Cashier VI It Cashier n ycrnEyesArc bmllyfitting Have Them TestedAt least once a year If your glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eyesight brr sing them They should bcrchanged as soon as dont see well as used K through them Craig Hocker STANFORD r asGaCa Sam=PHYSICIANS ESTIMATION OP OUR MOST NEPICIAL OP ALL DRUGS THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION Lyons qrfzfIs nude Sigridx other Iin andbowelVERY PLEASANT TO TAKE DOES NOT 25 and Dottles Druggist GRIPEIFor Sale at Pennys Drug teas J AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE especially focurln tobacco crib Fine Fencing good repair Wellt4red12 cisterns owner Inmllsofpottottlce church school Improved Rented wheat tobacco clover OetpreotoanarBtO county records No2t rooms Morelnd Good outbuild orchard Immediate tram hotel large rooms double reran hallway Urge story urns nicely IUlta1 painted veranda livery stable 200feeetdeepchance Proprietor Store have hard deep bnro PKIOES gets Ides Slice Goods Give such prove Stanford J1 Reid Stanford Stanford Hill Stanford Hubble Stanford Tate 8I1ANK8 nitlOIIT Asst you THE Cascara and AND CO money DisK T DriW 1 Interchangeable DiskorShoe tooDetaillucky Drill that makes It surpass all others rr It Solves the Old Knotty Problems roliearIngsone must hue a Kentucky DriU Our Catlk la compfIhenllYe It tella nil about our Drllli IUI bandsomely Illustra- Ud Write for SSJx IIIUUImonth On account of bealth of his wlf 001 exchangefurNo 27A firm of HflVj acre In larrard timothyclover adiantheeproductlro grows Bntup and tobacco Itewly fenc laImproeenlenredwelling wardrobe In each room ran triM cellar etc newly covered and printed tenant bone barn and other outbuildings all In good condltlor In good neighborhood near church school depot posiofflo ant store within 4W yarJs of house Ihltpljcewl be sold cheap SonteraetKr Itlon 40 acres In pasture er VIItngcontains seven essaryoutbuildtngs Feensntbundingelnplen did ypaar Well l