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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 IY9L XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 19 1903 8 A M NO 32 I JUDGE J E ROBBINS of Maylleld Judge Robblof who was appointed by Governor DtcVnam to try Caleb f Powers charged with the aesaiilna stioo of OaT Goebo It a lawyer of ex cellent t oJioir Ha wa circuit judge Hudsons String Starts Out The most Talutble collection of trot LOri sad pacer over rblpped la Uno uar left Lexington over the L k N for Columbus 0 wbere the wonderful campaigning subu of Soot Uudon started on is Itinerary for the season Of 1003 Included among the bore were the marvelous blood stallion Rhythmic 205 whole campaign of lot year was the feature of the season work Twinkle 201 second best pa cer of last season only to the unbeaten Dlreot Ual Cba e 207i considered by every astute boneman capable of a mile In 306 Doctor Madam probably the greatest green pacer In America i Tcrllmlo another green pacer that showed miles In 20l last year Jav Me Gregor Hudsons dependence for the M aid M at Detroit In July Trepan tie another green trotter that will re turn homo this fall with a record better than 210 and other of like caliber While the Grand Circuit will not open until the week of the Detroit meeting Qudion will make his firsts Urt at Columbus a week earlier and t ROBS to the Onlo track to put the Qo lihlDjr touche on hi charges befcro the time of battle for the campaign I ahead of him la a bard one nod tbc Itinerary le lung commcncibg at De troll and thence eastward by way of Cleveland Buffalo Brighton Dcacb Boston Providence Hartford and New York with two week racing at Colum bus and Cincinnati la September before Lexington le reached in October Then a week at Memphis and the season la I at an ead- Hudsone phenomenal success of last year when with Jame YGatcomb ala partner ho won more money with hit table than any other relniraan hu given the Kentucky driver a marked prestige In the trotting horo world acd tho workings of hie horses this spring have been closely followed by every turf Journal In the country In fact Hudson hat assumed a position In his chosen vocation which any man might well envy and hls career this yuar will be noted with renewed Inter cit Accompanying tho stable are Ai elitant Trainer George Seal and Wal ter Traynor together with tbo usual equipment of blacksmith grooms and cook Lexington Democrat Startling Evidence t Fresh testimony great quantity is con Bluntly coming In declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent ex prctdon from T J McFarland Benlor vllle Va serves ai example lIe write I bad Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being bone fitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles com pletely cured me Equally eOVctlvo in curing all Lung and Throat trouble Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial hot ties free regular sizes roc and fl Atlanta And Return via Queon Crescent Routo One faro round trip plus 25c Tickets on sale July 7 8 0 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 of hU district and made a moat credita ble race for the appelate judgeship being defeated by a email plurality Do has flxeJ Monday Aug 3 Ie tbo date 110 begin the trial LIBERTY Mr Jame Yowoll and Frank Pipes nf HustonTllle were down last Sunday calling on our Uules fJ U Oartle made a business visit to Rradfordsvllle last Saturday Mr D M Llppi of QuttnnvllK was chatting with frierd here last Sunday Qalto a number of Maccabeci and ober citizens attended the Maccabee rally at Dunnvlllo Saturday and all ex press tJjemseUes well pleated with their visit T J Doll has bad considerable re pairing done on his telephone here having put In a now exchange and removed to tho VVhlpD Hotel for more commodlnu quarter The children day exercise at the Chrlttlan church on the 3rd Sunday II looked forward to as being a great day with our young folk Urn Montgom ery end C E Powell of Stanford will bo present Mr Ann Young mother of A P Young is visiting her sister Mr J W Qotklni at Hustonvlllo Jamc Ulboney and family were visiting a t Junction City last Monday Prof I 8 Flanlgan was a guest at Ruuell Spring last Sunday He was accom panted home by his roothcrlnlaw W H Wllkenon made a huilneis trio to Brndfordsvlllo Mr Lena Pol ly and son and Mrs Molllo Thomas and son attended the children day exer cise at Dunnvllle last Sunday Miss Julia Stagg of Christian College Hue tonvtlle la spendliip vacation at home Mresr Owens and Fletcher drummer from Somerset spent Sunday at the Wblpp Hotel lion George K Stone Is attending circuit court at Mootlcel to nOD Chas Montgomery attended the commencement exorcise at Ken tucky University wbero his brother George C Montgomery took the de gree of Bachelor of Science WASTED We would llko to ask thro the columns of your paper If there is any person who has used Greens August Flower for lo euro of Indigestion Dye pepsia and Liver Troubles that has not been curedand wo also mean their ro suits such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dys della headaches despondent feelings Blctpletf ness In fact any trouble con petted with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never trier- August Flower try a 25 cent bottle fleet We have never known of its fulling so I something moro serious is the matter with you Tho 25 cent size has Just been introduced this year Regular slie 75 cents At all druggists At 1ennys Drug Store Little Willie Say pa what Is experience PA Experience my son Is the head acbo a man acquires from butting In Chicago News The old bachelor who consoles him self with the thought that there are good fish In the sea as have ever bee caught seomi to lose sight of the fact that bait gets stale Philadelphia Record NEWS NOTES Many coffin makers went on a strike In New YorkICherries wore known In Asia as far back as tbo 17th century 12 tOverPlttsburg for tbo Southern markets Capt Ewen left Jackson under an cacort of troops and went to Lexington The long expected trolleycar strike has finally been declared at Richmond VaA West Virginia attorney was strick en dumb while making a speech in courtAn unknown young man was struck by a Q Ss C train at Sloan Valley and killed Mrs Ernest Megnlty well known as an evangelist died at her home at English Ind After locking a Louisville woman In her kitchen a tramp proceeded to ransack her homo The mother of Claude OBrien tbo condemned murderer visited him In tbo Lexington Jail The International Association of Railway Surgeons Is In annual conven Lion at Indianapolis Three men were killed and four In jured In a wreck on the Rock Island railroad near Elmira Iowa One million acres of Government land along the line of the Santa Fe railroad wore thrown open to settlement Judge James P Tarvin was elected president of the Kentucky State Mao elation of Elks In convention at Lox lngton What Is believed to bo the finest col lectloo of anarchistic literature In the world has been bought by Columbia University for 1100 All danger of mob violence In the case of tho throe negroes charged with assaulting John Farrow In Mason county baa disappeared The Jackson grand jury directed tbo dlsmlstal of Ed Tharp and Joe Craw ford who were arrested on the cbaro of burning Capt Ewen hotel Tbo Elgin Loan and Savings Co of St Thomas Ont one of the oldest In stitutions In Canada has closed Its doors Its manager Is missing Coleman Splvey aged 18 shot and Instantly killed Stone Holt aged eight years near Irvine Spivey claims be did not know the gun was loaded Rusiell Sages error In overlooking the time allowed for protesting against assessments will force him to pay taxes on 2000000 Instead of on 8600000 Ten thousand employee of the George A Fuller Construction Company were thrown out of work making complete the lockout In tbo Now York building trades While driving across the track a Buckner Station Woodford county Rural Mall Carrier W B Lucas was truck by a C O train and Instantly killedFormer Lieut Gov John A Leo o St Louis testified before the grand jury In effect that ho had been offered 11000 a month to place himself beyond the reach of tbe grand jury until after the boodlo Investigation Is ended Worst Of All Experiences Can anything bo worse than to feel that every minute will bo your last Such was the experience of Mrs SII Newson Do catur Ala I endured Insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed Inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed length I was Induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and newel Troubles Electric Bitters is tho on ly medicine Only 60c It is guaran teed by all druggists Thogovermontof Sonia will be a military dictatorship uoderwhlcb King Peter will be a mere figurehead with chances of assassination on a par with those of tho late King and Queen The military conspirators who killed King Alexander and Queen Drags hope ef fectually squelched all expressions of tbo Servians In favor of a republic and defend the recent crimes as an act of mercy to tbo people That Throbbing Headache IWould quickly leave you If yon used Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills Thousands suflerereis hove proved their matchless merits for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c money back if not cured Sold by all druggists neIf I should kiss you what would you d- oSheI cover meet an emergency un ail ll arise But If It should arise Id meet It lace to faceYal e Record I fartn13 July 22 to 27 via Queen Crescent Route Ask ticket agent for portico lore CRAB ORCHARD i IMr A B Bastln was ablo to go out this week Dr W J Edmlston Is In Chicago at j tending tbo medical lecturer lita Rev Farris preached two Interest log sermons at the Christian cbnrch Sunday morning and evening tier friends are glad that Miss Het lie Harris Is able to drive out in goqd weather She has been quite indis posed Dr J D Pettus Is ablo to come down In town again Mrs Pettus continues sick and Mrs J F Cummins Is still with hor- Spring chickens are selling hero atj 20 to 25c a piece Some parties arei selling corn at 1310 to S3 25 Eggs are plentiful at 10c i Rev Hardon colored opened his i boarding house with a nice dinner and good music from tho colored braes band of Stanford J W James Is In Cincinnati In the Interest of his bottling business and will purchase a brass pump for the sul phur well wbllo there Tbe weather Is remarkably chanlleI able lately It was cold enough for fires and wraps last week and ono or two frosts were reported A pretty little stranger a daughter arrived at Mr and Mrs Jas Jones re cently also ono at Mr and Mrs Ward Moore and one at George J Whites Mr Alfred Davis has moved to his house In town Mrs Polly Gresham is ill W E Perkins has been ill for several weeks but was able to be up most of the time- Invitations to the wedding of Miss Efllo Ewell to Mr Wathen in Louis ville tbe 2ith were received by relatives here She Is a granddaughter of the late Henry Ferris of this place Mrs Mary McCauley who has been visiting her sister Mrs Patton returned to her home In Michigan last week Mr Steve Estes It having a cottage built on the lot next to the Christian church The young folks are anticipating a pleasant time at the Springs Hotel this evening Manager Willis and wile al ways make their guests have a pleas ant time and a large crowd Is expected from the neighboring towns There Is considerable Improvement going on here now bousopalntlng seems to be the fad J W James and Dr Phillips homes are being beauti lIed this week with It The former It a bright red and the lattera a gray Mrs Mary Bronaugh has gono on a lengthy visit to relatives In Stanford and Burgln Mrs Chan Spelgle and Shelbyvilletere Will and Joe Brooks were with the bomefolks Sunday Little Annie Newland and Messrs Heath Willis and Sam King are all at hasfreturned to Somerset Mr Bean was a guest at the Gover Hotel last week Miss Llzzlo Best Paint Lick will be a guest of Miss Katie King this week Rov J B Jones of Georgetown Is hero In the Interest of the temperance cause He gives some very forceful and Interesting talks for so young a man and makes many friends by bis pleasant but plain language Rev Young will arrive hero the latter part of tbe week to lecture on temperance Ho will lecture at tho Baptist church All aro Invited to como out to hear htm HUBBLE Aunt Susan Miller of the Hedge vllle section died Tuesday Mr and Mrs Tom Peaco are reJolc log over the arrival of atine son Gro ver Bro F M Tinder will preach his first sermon for the Christian church here Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock J C Eubanks sold his lambs to Lutes Bros at Go James MoKccbnlo sold some hogs to Lutes Bros at 6c M B Eubanks Is sick with malarial fever Mrs S Dunbar Is at Joe Price Infirmary Stanford for a few weeks treatmentWheat being harvested and crops are not so good aa were expected G A Swlnebroad bought a crib of corn from J A Hammond at 83 at tbo pen PrlcollDranobMrs Sallie Sutton was called to May wood to see her brother who Is very tIlIChamberlains Stomach andLtverTab lets are just what you need when you have no appetite fool dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appe lice cleanse and Invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by Craig locker Ono hundred and thirty bodies have been taken from the wreckage at Heppnor Ore If you re a sensible clothesmoney spender youre going to get mostfor yourmoneyclotheswhichisonlyanoth er way of saying you re coming here to get em Whatever you need to make you as well dressed as you ought to be and as comfortable in body mind and pock let as you ought to be you will buy here if you buy right i IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied KiREMEMBER THAT J R Haselden at Lancaster IS THE MAN FOR TINWORKI 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 baked on galvanized iron and is flexible and durable with and without porcelain water coolers Locks and hinges finished in lac quered brass Full stock Call on us at 124 Main Street Phone 10 HigginsMKinneySTANFORD If Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity andcomfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints these days go far ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers moro surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store Stan CLOTHINGA Suits For Men Boys and Children Also n Splendid Lino of TROUSERS all Manufactured by the very best mnnufacturcrs in the country Cull und see our stock W E PERKINS A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auototnaar to the people of Lincoln County He will please both In work and price Write to him t fordI Crab IKySTANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGKEENSBnlsam Fir American Spruce Arbor vltua Magnolias Floral on short notice fielding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone Jarlnj 3 u f k u n ItfTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1EC WALTON 1W FRANK MC KINNEY- Is a ran JIJ ate for the nomination for Oln county subject to the action of the Democratic party THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a c nJllite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD- Is a canaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to iIsaction of the democratic party C HAYS JJAMESsubject to the action of the 1WLHERRINIs a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket For Gorwnor J C W BECK1IAM For Lieutenant Worerno- rI P TllORXE For Auditor of State- S Ir11AGER- Fori t Treasurer IT N BOSWORTH For Attorney Gener- alXBHAYSa For Secretary of Slate KVXcClIESNEY For Superintendent of Public Inttmction J 11 FUQUA- ForCommiationer of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND I For Clerk of Court of Appialt J MORGAN CIIINN For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON TESTIMONY thong that one of the r get rlch qulek companies of New York made a net earning of 1400000 ID very short order sad that thla good faith money of tbe people was divided between two men This Is the tort of x concern that the dismissed officials of the postolllce department were In tbe habit of allowing to continue to use the malls la order tbat their own actua rice might supplement the reports ot the Inspectors after the latter had recommended Immediate Issuance of fraud tOrderIs It possible that all the greenles live In the First district This one at least does J E Sullivan of Living aton county started to Paaucah on an Illinois Central train and it waa hie first trlpon the cars When the port er shouted All off for Padrcab betook him at his word and jumped off 4theplatform not knowing tbe train was going to atop and was badly hurt One arm was broken and his head was mashed but he will probably recover WITHIN the last years the God den of Liberty which stands on the dome of tbe Capitol at Washington baa been struck by lightning over a 100 r times Workmen who have been wash log the bronze statue for the first time In a decade have discovered many marks made by the lightning The gold and alumlnumtlpped prongs of the crown of theGoddese which were expected to serve as lightning rode have been melted off HARK from tbe tomb there comes a mournful sound Capt W J Stone several times elected to Congress by the democrats and a candidate for the democratlo nomination for governor it- t 1809 which ho failed to get and went over to the enemy turns over In his grave to say that the democratic party is In bad ehapa and that the republl cans have a fine chance to win thl year The wish of course Is father to the thought TUB Danville Advocate quotes Hon R C Warren of thIs place as saying I shall be and am a candidate for Congress and shall be until that ques tion is settled You may so nay with emphasis This is good noire to that gentleman legion of friends all over the eighth district Mr Warren would make a capital congressman and his deeds will spare no energy In trying to make him one Tim Elk edition of the Lexington Democrat WAS a highly creditable one Besides a general writeup of the orders In session at Cexlngton it contained good halftones of the more prominent Elks In attendance and tho names of them all The news department was UD to the standard of Its usual excel lence while the editorial columns were ai orlllan as they always are t THIS AND THAT Miss Ida Godboy is dead at Perry vllle Leading citizens of Jackson ask that the troops be kept at that place for some tune to come A New York woman hos been par doned from Slog Sing after spending 27 years behind the bars for murder The jury In the case of Jett and White for killing J D Marcum at Jackson la thought to bo hopelessly hung The court of appeals reversed the embezzlement case of Dr A P Taylor of Lexington and ordered It remanded for new trial Tbe mills and elevator of the Arkan sas City Milling Co tit Arkansas City Kaa were destroyed by fire entailing a love of 8100000 Near Grantaylllo W Va Mrs Alex Johnson raided a aaloop and destroyed Its stock of liquors The building af terward was demolished with dynamite During the argument In the Jolt White case at Jackson the lie was passed between B F French and Judge Blanton opposing attorneys but Judge Redwln prevented trouble The Court of Appeals In reversing a decision of the Green Circuit Court hold that the Cumberland and Ohio railroad bonds Issued by Green county In 186U were not valid tbe condltlona tot haying been complied with in is suing tbe bonds James T Metcalf for many years au perlnteudentof the money orders tem in the poatoffice department at Washington was summarily dismissed by Postmaster General Payne for warding contracts for government printing to a firm employing his son and whose bid exceeded that of a re sponsible competitor by 145000 POLITICAL T J Richardson baa been appointed postmaster at Big Hill Madison county Henry Greene of Duluth Mine was appointed United States Civil Service Comralslaoner to succeed Mr Garfield Gov Bailey of Kansas has called a special session of the Legislature to reoI lieve the devastated sections of the StateiA prominent Warren county Repub lican says a scheme is on foot to Stan pede the Republican State convention for W O Bradley- Democrats in the Foxtowc precinct of Madison county called on Judge W B Smith through a card in the Rich mond Register to become a candidate for Congress In tOe Eighth dlltrlctIJames Hancook of Adair who was a republican candidate for circuit judge in tbo 29th district the primary to beheld August 1 has withdrawn The two remaining candidates are H C Baker of Adair and George H Miller of Monroe On account of tho Illness of Judgo Thoraaa B of the court of appeals the opinion of the court In tbe Injunction suit of tbe democratic com mittee of LOJlevllle against AlJIe Young will not be banded down until later in tbe week R C Warren of Stanford Is receiv log much praise for the way he pushes business along when acting as specie judge Hon Harvey Helm of Stand la considered good timber for Con gressman from tbe Eighth district Somerset Journal- LAND STOCK CRETC B G Vaught sold his 100acre farm near Somerset to C A Sussner for Sootricander won tbe Suburban Handicap In a drive by a neck from Herbert with Hunter Ralde third E H Beazley Co will reelvo a carload of draft mares and geldings from Illinois today which they will sell cheap See them a The record price for a hogshead of cigarette tobacco of the 1902 crop was made at tbe Planters warehouse in Loulavllle when 829 was paid by the American Tobacco Company fore hogshead of bright leaf The highest price for the present sale ot vearllnga from J B Haggle Ranche del Paso being conducted at Sbeepshead Bay was reached when J Kneale paid 115000 for a bay colt by Imp Star Ruby Linda Vista P Lo rlllard paid 914000 for a son of Imp GoldllncbLucaDlaTbe Central Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association with headquarters at Danville are J T Huguely president J G Cecil vice president U Worthington secretary and G A McRoberte treasu rer Judge John W Hughes and R E Goddard of Mercer county Dave and Frank Logan of Boyle county and John A Wood of Garrard county ore the directors Driven To Desperation Living at an out of the way place re mote from civilization a family Is often driven to desperation in a case of acci dent resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of flock lens Arnica Salve Itstho best on earth 25c at all drug stores Wo bad an Idea all along that they would find crookedness In the posloRico department Ten yeara ago we mailed a love letter and It hasnt got there yet Atlanta Journal 4th July rates one faro and third round trip via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale July 2 3 4 good re turning until July 8 Ask ticket agents for particulars e w HUSTONVILLE Hawkins Bishop has returned from Loulsvlllo Medical College George Cooper and George Florence were with friends in tho West End SundayGeorge C Rifle shipped a car load ot hogs to Cincinnati this week for which ho paid 5o The merry song of the reeling bar vester and tho whistle of the festive thresher are rendering dally to tho West End farmers very interesting duets Among the latest things out la Dr Barkers mustache and Judge Josh Swopes announcing his candidacy for the office of judge of the Lincoln county court Mrs Mary Hommel and daughter guests of Mrs W C Greening wilt visit Mrs George Waldon of Danville and from there will return to Hamll ton College Lexington Yesterdays ball game at Pine Bluff between Vicksburg and Pine Bluff re suIted In a score of 4 to 1 in favor of Vicksburg Camnltz In the box allow ed only two strikes and struck out nine menLen G Edelln one of tbo moat sue cessful boot and ahoe men on tbe road was here this week contracting to keep our feet warm and dry next winter wltn Honest Mike and Level Best goods Mrs W C Greening gave a delight ful part last night In honor of Misses Martha Hommel of Lexington and Bessie Talbot of Midway Delightful refreshments were served and greatly enjoyed by the large number of invited guests Miss Dot Camnltz returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Lytle Mrs C L Newborn and daughter Mrs F E Talley of Memphis Tonn Is visit ing D J Newbern and family J Roy Rose and family left on Tuesday to make their home In Oklahoma Mrs Will Nave of Mercer Is visit ing her mother Mrs D M Lppa Miss Ada Cunningham Is entertaining her friend Miss Pratt Heddln of Mt toning Miss Anna Crow la with friends in Lexington M E Harper has returned from a delightful ytslt to Sbarpaburg Pryor Young had his best girl Miss K out buggy riding Sunday W C Greening and family will move to Lexington July let A very interesting program requir ing H hours to render waa given at the Christian church Sunday night to a very large audience by the children the mission band Marches drills alternately arsongs and recitations ranged and superbly rendered under tbe able management of Mist Lena Yowell and Miss Angle Carpenter to whom all praise is due for tbo complete success of ibis bund of little msttonary entertainers Wo are glad to record the latest ad dltlona to our ever increasing population and may their shadows never grow less At thA borne of Mr and MrsI Abe Newton a I0ilb howl clerk Mr and Mra Harry Baughman a 10lbI farmer boy tbo second ono Mr and Mrs Nathan Pipes a 9lb boy and their first Mr and Mn Wm Badget a 0 Ib girl Mr and Mrs Will Mclntosb n girl with only one arm and no stump to Indicate where tbs left arm should be The Lincoln County Medical Society and well attendmet here Tuesday Watt ed Interesting papers were rend by Drs Held Cook and Barker The next meeting will be held at Crab Orchard on Tuesday August 2nd Among those who attended here were Dra CookI Carpenter Reid and Brown of Stan ford Pitman of Boyle Acton of Klngsvllie Pipes of Mcreland and Beeler and Wesley of Casey county together with all four of our local members of the society CAMPBELLSBURG That your old correspondent may still have the pleasure of perusing the columns of the I J I write you a few Items from this part of Kentucky with the request that you forward the paper our stay of aduringto us at this place few weeks We regret to fled crops of all kinds yery late in this section Rilna have and heavy with nu been very frequent storms followmeroua local electrical ed by cold bleak winds with frosts in mauy places Fruttof all kinds la vir tually a falluro and gardens very poor Even the earliest chickens of which tho Kentucky housewife always boasts Is far from being ripe The blackber good yield Henryry crop promises a county la noted for its tine Wblto Bur tobacco but this le unusually late Campbellsburg marks the spotwbere the Missionary old side Baptist churches divided The L N depot recently burned here la to be replaced by a very hands structure The material for building Is now upon the ground A new poawfflce la almost comploted Three rural routes have been estab lished here making long circuits and Illvloll first class satisfaction The air la almost darkened by telephone wires both local and long distance The exI change hero is supervised by one of Lincoln countya brightest girl She has won tbo hearts ot all by her kind promptness and efficiency nesd of the C W The B M U to be held here Saturday TheI presldeDt of the convention le the wile of P Thome and is to make an address upon thooccaslon A party of 75 will make a jolly ex Mammoth Cave In a few daYIMRS STAPP u ORND SUMMER BARGAINS f Our buyer who is now in the market purchasing goods has sent us the greatest values ever offered Remem ber all these goods were bought late in the season hence these extreme LOW PRICES 50 dozen corsets while pink unit blue Ev ery corset worth 76c our 50 dozen corsets worth 89c our lrice3Dci 5 dozen 1 corsets our prico 25c corset covers now 80o corsot covers now2c50 Indies muslin pants now 20c 75 Indies muslin pants now30c1 gowns nicely mndoGOcL- tl e es 20c ribbed vests no1lcLadies 15c ribbed vests now Oc Ladies 35c ribbed vests now 19o- Sorosis mercorized skirts were 150 now ORe Ladies accordion pleated skirts black or 76lI Remember we making special PRICES on every article in storevfrom us and save money Why THE GRAND LEADERtM B CO S B Mnnnpor A a fKicib Surgeon Dentis- tStanford wOflccow obtrtaDrur Store to Us Owilty Handier R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky OfflcKoverHlgnins A McKinney Ston Telephone No 91 rW Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats W Wallace L Son Blacksmiths and Fancy EoraeSnocra West Main Street Stanford Kentucky UI C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a CaU NOTICE FARMERSThe Drown Wire Few Is the strongest the most duraN but fence male It fully provides for eirnik ant contraction and the tUy wires are the same site it horltonUI will sell any helghth and silt fence desired See ple In court louseIIUnERT CARPENTER Agent Also dealer In finest glared Plymouth Rock chkker REFERENCES Messrs George nler Jas Plummer and Dr J G Carpenter have examined anJ trlcl tbe Drown Wire i enee and pronounce n the belt and cheapest In the wend For life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles Ee Powell Offlco N W Oor Myers Hotel IlnlldlngC 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitablestrongest- in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in tho Fidelity tic Casual ty Co of New Covers every Accident Covers every FOR SALE The Trlbblo louse Junction City Ky I offer this wellVnown hotel with all Its Furniture for sale Isle bested In Junction City Boyle county Kentucky at tho croes Inic of the Southern and the division of the L N R It and Is the dinner stand for the latter road Its a large two atory frame metal root build Log containing 35 room fronting 200 feet on the L ar N It It and feet on tho O S The lot contains about 2 12 acre of mound has barn and outbuildings plenty of and splendid water This me of tbe best hotel In Kentucky has an established Commercial trade For further particular write or call on A Junction City Ky j I14zIIrl blue mohair ftiIIJOnow5 a- 500 skirts now 80100 skirts now SSJ6 300 skirts now Si 03- Lndie 75c hand pursw slow 8tt- Lndios 50c silk collars now SOo lIons The shirts now 40o- Mens tOe shirts now app glens coat and pants wool crash suite were 80 now 8403 I8n8 serge coat and volt blue or black were 060 now8G are our Buy not LEVY Prors LEVY Ky DR York illness Cincinnati KnoxTllle splendid TIUBDLE Withers Furniture Co Dcnlors in Flue Furniture Carpets Rugs Wall Paper Window Slmdos tec Mamittxcturuns of 1ieutrerFrames RANGE SALE I We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go at 1426 The 25 kind will go nt 2126 The 80 kind will go t9U6The 885 kind will go nt80JIDT-he 840 kind will go ntJH7GT-he 50 kind will go ntIIQOYou have never had such an opportunity pro eentod to you haters so now is your ohnnee All stoves will be sot up in your kitchen and guaranteed CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky t W H Mueller Watchmaker andjewtkr STAN FORD KY Good quality In goods Good work In repairing and REASONABLE PRICES GUARANTEED i IT IS NOT- ASJCRET It Is No SecretI have tho goods In quantity and quality n can get lame bargains and attention ai the middle age tome and looktroughthe most complete line of Grocer lei in this section The the great noted J K M Flour and high grade Diamond Colleea and Ihavoty end tbo prices will be wtlafac tory to you J w PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Kr WANTED ITwo hundred old Rugate Surrles Ihitcion and Driving Wagon to paint and repair Prices low and all work promptly done I can save you MONEY o- nRUBBER r TIREStI have one of the boat rubber tire machines In Central Kentucky Can put on the very best tires cheaper than any one Wa J ROMANS Lancaster Ky a y 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 19 1903a A In filling your prescriptions wo use proportlonljI not do batter If yon paid ua double tbo price which Is always reasonable Pen cvn Druz Store PERSONALS JOHN D RIKFJS went to Cincinnati yesterdayMASTER FRED Cooic U down with malarial fever s Dit JOHN L DECK returned from Loulivlllo yesterday Miss MARY HUNT of tflochcttcr- li with Miss Nettle Deck v JASON WiiSLBY poiltoaiternl Mid dleburjr was beruyet rdayIMit L L WALKER and wife of Lan outer were hero yesterday Mil W B LAWRENCE of the 011I bert Creek section li very Ill lION W I WILLIAMS of Lances I tar was here on legal business Mil CHARLES M nIce has gone to Marllnivllle Ind to recuperate toW 0 C WIIAY attended the Mor row Waddlo nuptials at Somerset MISS AUBT1IU8A MCALISTHK went up to Jelltco yesterday to visit friends Miss SARA LYNN left Wednesday lor St Loom and other western clue MRS W Q SHANKS bn1 returned from a visit to her parents at Rich mood Miss JOSHIMIINB KELLER of Dan vlllci was the guest of Miss Maude Varnon MRS COLLINS V TCOKEK of Tay hrtvlllo U with her titter Mrs E H DeaxleyMI88 JOSIUMIINK IlAYDBN Of Paris li with her grand mothar In Perme DrownMiss ROHINSON of Chicago It with her parents Mr and Mr W iP Robinson MRS GBOHOE P TAU JAN of Porte mouth 0 attended the Daughrnan Druce wedding Miss ANNA COOK went from Louis Tllle to Corydon lad to visit her uncle Judge Cook MRS JAMBS MnnslION returned to Livingston Wedneiday after a visit to her parents hero WlLLPEPPLTScamo In from Ltv In IIItoo where he hat been working very 111 Tuesday night MRS n C RUPLGY and son Leo RupleTi went to Marlon Wednesday to visit Mr Dr flourlgan- MIBS LIOCIK BKAZLBY of tho C W D M College faculty Morebead It with Mn Dr W N Craig MRS C A SPIBOKL of Shulbyvllle mad li with her parent Dr and Mr W M Doorct at Crab Orchard MRS M L GARVIN of Horse Cave arrived Wednesday to visit her parent Mr and Mrs Sam C Thurmond MR I N DOWLINO who his been with hit wife who It 111 at Mrs Monroe V Curtis returned to Plnevlllo yelLer day MISSES RISSE WILLIAMS and Fan nle Sparks of Mt Vernon will arrty- t day to be the guest of Mrs Cleo Drown MRS J V AnNOLD and Mlu Lllllc Poyton came dowti from Mlddletboro t ti be present at the DaughmanDruce weddingMRS W HUFFMAN and daughte- Miss Hattie Huffman of Loulivlllo will arrive Ibis week to vltltMlsa Sal DudderarMESDAMES FRANK COFFEY and Ro ert Shearer of Wayne county are guests of Mn S M Owen In the Mc- KInney section MISSES CARRIE CURREY and Thoo Hemphill two of Lancasters handsome young women were hero Wcdnotday returning from Danville Miss JENNIE CARR Somersets rep rctontatlvo In tbo Elocutionary Coo test lonlght arrived yesterday and Is a guest ut Mr J E Lynn MESDAMES SOPHIA DADDY of Dan yule and Mary J Weathcrford and D S Carpenter of Huitonvlllo spool Wednesday with Ire W O Speed MR AND MRS JOHN SAMUEL DAUOHMAN at home after June 25th Stanford Ky read cards that wore received yesterday by friends of th happy pair MlSSMAUYDAHUEE HUNDLEY re- turnedh from St Catherines yesterday i a fullflcdgod graduate Mlsa Carrie Webb of Chicago came with her and Is her guest DR WILLIAM SIIELTON Ire Nan ale S Saufloy Rev O M Huey and t wife Mrs T F Splnk and Mr J C McClary are attending the Baptist As sociation at Winchester Miss PEARL ROUT of Hustonvlllo Is the guest of Miss Jennie Powell Mrs John H Jackson of London ar- rivedt today to visit her parents Mr and Mrs F M Shumate Advocate Mn JAMES E LYNN hat gone to Martlnivllle lad with the hopo of belug relieved of rheumatism W e trust It will not be long until this spice t did gentleman will be back thoroughly cured LITTLE MARY MANIER tbo sweet daughter of Mr and Mrs John S Wells gave a very pretty party to her numerous little friends yesterday after noon The homo was attractively dec 1 orated and the little ones had a moat enjoyable tlrao Danville Now NeoleyStonesMRS MARY OWENS of Somerset Is with Mr J W Rout and family Boylettendedfiat WalnutPlatfever Miss LAMMEi SON trimmer for Mrs vacationinMissesMarythe husband and father hero sLOCALS FKESII broad every day at Willis FOR Twine tee il M Bruce WABHAIILE capes for children at 2Cc John P Jonc PURE German Seed for sale cheap Carton Pence IF you have not secured your scat for the contest do to at once TilE largest reserve teat tale of tbo season hat beer mado for the contest tonight ELECTION Tbo election at the con test tonight will be very Interesting itA full vote will be cas- tWANTEUPupllInelocution andI physical culture Class room at dence on Main street Mrs Mattto V Kirby 4t LOOK at the label dour and tea If you aro sot betted with yourtub torlption If you are do ut the kind nose to remit BAUNKS WBAUHN bat purcbaicd aIhandsome rubber tire lurroy and a good strong horse to carry the man and passengers between Stanford aDdI JMoKlnncy JONas deserving of much praise for bis good work In clean ing up the streets Stanford very much resembles Spotless Town since her thorough denoting TilE opening bull Crab Orchard Springs occur this evening and It promises to be a most brilliant ai well as a mot delightful affair Belles and beaux from many towns will be present and tripping of the light fantastic will last until far Into the early morning TilE prohibition election the Crab Orchard magisterial district next Tues day hat not created a great deal of interest to far The whisky men ore said to bo doing little or nothing while the prohibitionists are rather Inactive The impression prevail that tbe dryt will win EACH person who buy a ticket to the Dcizley Elocutionary Contest at Walton Opera fJonso tonlghl will be given a ticket to volt his choice for tbo winner of 110 Three judges will award two prizes of 120 and 110 to their choice for first and second and tbb au dience will award 110 by popular vote Save tbo coupon on your ticketIt entitle you to a vote for your choice eUNDER a double column half tono Lion Dane Helm of this place t6 Danville News say He was born In Danvlllr where bo bat loti of kinsfolk sad a bolt of warm frtendt who will rally with gladness to hit banner In the coming tight for the democratic 00r ergetic and U would bo well to give him the nomination Ho tee means and can make a strong and vigorous oratebof the first water AT tbe suggestion of Judge M C Saufley a paper was circulated hero Tuciday and 850 secured In a few mo ments for Capt B J Ewen the Jack eon witness who dared to toll the truth This paper will gladly forward to Capt Ewen any monoy left at this office for him A dollar or to from our county men who would not mitt the amount would go toward helping a good man 1 n dlitreit as well as let the outside world know what Lincoln county thinks of such highhanded methods as are be Ing resorted to In the feud ridde county of Droathllt r THE case of Garrard county B Changee of venue was begun yesterday afte noon Tbo common school law pr vines that before tbe text books of any publisher can be adopted In any coun ty that a 10000 bond mutt be given to the effect that the books will not ba told higher In the county adopting than elsewhere Tho Garrard county superintendent brought suit on tho bond on tbo ground that Como of tbo books of Gina Co were sold cheap or In Indiana they in Garrard county On the first trial the case woe dismiss od on demurrer by the circuit court but reversed by the court of appeals hissers W I Williams L L Walk er and Col W G Welch ropreient Garrard county and Judgo W M Deck nor of Winchester and Mr J W Al horn Glnn Co Tho grand jury adjourned Tuesday after returning 20 indictments Tbe fiscal court was Indicted for failure to keep the pikes and bridges in repair sad the city of Stanford tor permitting merchants to obstruct the pavement with their wares Tho other tents meats were for Illegally selling whis ky assault etc DOST forget the contest tonight I FEED foreu1MbyCarson d Pence e FliBSH vaccine son Craig I d Hooker I TRY Keaoes bread Deit made On sale at Perrlnd GERMAN millet seed cheap John Drlght Jr Co I WE are offering big bargains In gents shirts Come and see John P Jones FOR SALEAA r agotynowrltcr Used only a few weeks Wlllsellcbcap This outgo WE have a lecondband McCormick binder for wale Has only been used ono season Carson Ponce TilE tax book aro ready and I am now ready to give you a receipt for your taxes Call In and settle M S Daugbman sheriff Oiit mill after having been thoroughly repaired Is running again aDdI we are ready to wait on our customers Give ut a call J H Daughman S Co To FARMERS We ave hand a carload of draft mares and geldings which we will sell cheap Come and them E H Deazley CorI NOW the storeroom near Daughmons mill and will be glad to do any kind of upholstering or repairing of furniture I alto buy antique furni ture Edward Johnson Tnt Crab Orchard air Racing Association July 22 23 24 and 25 will give away nearly 12000 In premiums and purses On the first day liDO wl11I be hung up the second 1585 third 1050 and fourth 1055 Tilts li waythe Courier Jour gal gets things mixed occadooallI Former Congressman George W Dav Idion of Auburn was at the Fifth att cue Hotel being In Loulivlllo on but news He was twice elected to the low er House of Congress from the Eighth district and It ono of the strongest re publicans In that section MATRIMONIAL Woodton Brock and Miss Aggie Elliott wore married at the court house yesterday by Judge James P Bailey A pretty home wedding was that of John S Daughman to Miss Lena Craig Bruce at the home of Mr J E Bruce on Danville Avenue Tuesday evening Tbe bride who li a handsome brunette of many accompllibmenU wore white organdie over taffeta and veil and her maid of honor Miss Stella Dallou was attired In pink illk mull Mr Walter O Walter was the best man Tne oth er attendants were Misses Mary Druce and Chloe Smith Daugbman and Mr Ernest Warren Mr Robert T Bruce brother of the bride gave her away Mines Nancy Katharine McKlnney end Sallle Mills Craig wero the girls and they scattered pink and white carnations In Iront of the bridal party wo ere pence sad guests repaired to the home of the groom where a delightful recep tion was tendered An elegant lunch was served In courses and tbe color scheme of pink and white was carried out In all the appointments Mr and Mrs Daugbman left yesterday for Cia cinnati where they will speed a few nape On their return they will take rooms at the St Asapb Hotel The brIde It a charming young woman and will prove a helpmeet In all tbe word Implies The groom li tbe youngest laD of Mr S H Daugbman sod It a steady young man ot One morals sad good butlnen qualifications CHURCH MATTERS Kentucky Christian churches coo trlbutcd 133371 to minions last month Rev Langdon Cbeeves Stewardson was Installed as the new president of Hobart College at Geneva N Y Tbe Rev H C Morrison will coo duct the Central Holiness camp meet ing at Wllmoro July 28 to August 0 H C Morrison will conduct conferencetwhich convenes at Montlcello Juno 21 2do P W Dllderbaok pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Mill vllle N J tae Introduced a new fen ture for his Suodav evening service that of a choir of 30 young men whist lets The General Association of Ken tricky Daptists Is In session at Win chester Dr W H Felix of Lexing ton was elected moderator At the Thursday afternoon meeting the sum of 120000 was pledged for foreign mis alone Drink water and get typhoid Drink milk sad get tuberculosis Drink whit ky and get jlmjame Eat soup and get Drlghta disease Eat moat and en courage apoplexy Eat oysters sod ac quire taxemla Eat vegetables and weaken the system Eat dessert and take to paresis Smoke cigarettes and die early Smoke cigars and get ca tarrh Drink coffee and obtain nor vous prostration Drink wino sad get the gout In order to be entirely healthy ono must cat nothing drink nothing smoke nothing sod oven before breathing one should Ice that the air is properly sterilized Dont blame all yo troubles on Satan I Ton ter one he aint bad a good squaw lick at you ylt Atlanta Constitution IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Fire destroyed 10 small houses In West Plnevlllo W O D Lipps charged with burn log E L Walkers store near Man chester was acquitted Lancaster ratted 1100 for the Ewen fund and all other towns In this section are contributing liberally to the good cause Miss Rose McVey suicided at her home near Williamsburg She used strychnine and bad health Is assigned as the cause Gov Deckbam appointed George E Stone of Liberty special judge of the PulaskI Circuit Court for the regular I term Judge Morrow Is still too 111 to preside o J H BOONE I COIProprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Iv Good Livery Service nt Koanonablo Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alia Dealers In Coal UMBRELLAS IItecoeredtrampreralren I TO THE FARMERS Of Lincoln and Adjoining Coun ties A LIberal Offer I will store your wheat In my elevator at Hoitonvlllo free of charge from now until the lit of January 1001 Parties wishing to bold their wheat longer than that will be charged the regular prlco for ttoreage All wheat deposited for exchange for flour will not be charged for storeage One pound per bushel will be taken off for shrinkage agreetoprice For all wheat deposited for exchange during the next 00 days one pound of flour givenStoreageD M LIVli Hustonvllle n 4TE OF SVLIYWill bo celebrated with great pomp and lialutVellthe Ieelaraton of Independence and John speechofof his speech will be in the of those who fought under Napoleon amid the foughtunder ofFrancewill be good sweet wines and delicious appeasethesist tho celebration of this great natal day of our Independence Music and dancing all day SECOND ANNUAL Fourth of July Entertainment At Oak Grow threefourths of a mite west of Yottm ilc Ky Program la DKirntnr consul of foilowlnlAI Royalty anJlilt quartette vm renter Hymns raceSmarble game to be played by oU men n 011 ant over Si to inner Afternoon program Nation toyEIJleetobsrr ofrdisplays The grounds will be male almost as light as Jay with Japanese lanterns The shrl ant his deputies will be on the ground and rood order Isguar anleed Music by the Liberty Band Admission Children toe Bulb nc Children under 10 anJ rill vehiclesfreeJONES ITELSEY MrrsI G I N GILLOCK rroprletor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call In when vou want a clean Shave or a Stylish Hair Cut BUY TWINE From f POSTLE I Lancaster Ky TO C3E I 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 care ful attention to every detail of our business we have secured the most desirable goods to be had in each line IothingsU ts Shoes furnishings the very best throughout Wo think the goods und our method of doing business will suit you Let us dress you We know how to do it Cummins a McGlary THEI WELL DRESSED man of today is tho man whodrcsscs to suit the OCCASIONI and tho SEASON The new things of today lire 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 downmel reay and tan color All the above items we i have in great variety and newest pat terns I Terms s Cashlit HJMRoberts SUMMER GOODS Summer time It here in earnest and we have a very complete stock of everything you will need tor comfortable clothing See us for wash goods such aa White Goods Lawns Dimities Pique Ducks Linens Lace Hosiery Summer Corset Fans Umbrellas Ribbons LOW SHOES Slippers csWe are offering many induce ments to buyers of Summer Goods Come to us and let us show you how much a DOLLAR will buy SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESRefrigerator Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire NuttingSmooth Barb Wire Grass and Rush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JRt CO W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAFER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose IJjI THE JNTERlORJOURNAL InUred n the pottoffice at Stanford at teondclcut matter f 2fvalaltaaedtx0nysesaI dvJ- T 81 PER YEAR CASH ID When sot sfpsldO2OO will bechargsd KNOXVILLE DIVISION Ho 21 Train going North 1n p NoM 230 a r Sots n South =1217 am Mo a 121 pm FORRENT I My tore room recently occupied byVfm 1Severance Will rent tor one or more years J IK OWSLEY r Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and 1 Oakes Etc last received Highest market prices for Butter Kegs Se Give him a call Big line of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur Jibbing Goods Etc just added to my stock I THE Joseph Price InfirmaryI- sf all the year for the treatment of- iargtcal and chronic diseases and for con t sultation Board and nursing shall bo cash in advance weekly and monthly Profes tonal bills duo when services are rendered i t and must fa paid promptly Giboney Jeffries itLlveryFeedSaleStable Rigs specialty High Grade Mules bought Feed IDrummers personal attention 1 Traj1or DUltae IN Wilsku Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House rr Glosetto Depot STANFORD KYI 1Prompt anl polite attention Nothing but the cr telegraph orders eI1prompt attention II J D WrenInsurance Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the largcet company in the world Assets 12 Surplus as regards policy holders 19438058 69 Farm property in Casey Garrard and Lin coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kontuokv fInsuranceSolicits a share of the patronago of the property owners in the counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking insurance against hire Lightning r and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com panies represented and the low rat possible rates are guaranteed Phone n- 2Stanford Kentucky P P MYHANDI Veterinary Surgeonl Stanford KyjOffice at J R Beazleys Livery StableJ I have had occasion to use yourfBIsckDraught Stock and Poultry cine and am pleased to say that never wed anything for itock that gave half u good satisfaction heartily rcconv iMnd It to All owners of stock J B BELSHER SL Lout Ma Sick stock or poultry shouldnot eat cheap stock more than sick persons shouldexpect to be cored by food your stock and poultry are sick give them mOOticine stuff with worthless stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and theIanimal will be cured If it Le iandbowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock ifItaken in a 25ccnt can PoultryDledicinoanditwillpap times over work Letter Cows F give more milk Hogs flesh And hem lay more It solves the problem making as much blood t as possible out of t the smallest amount of food con named Buy ncanframyourdealerl Id l6i ew- u t HAIR A BALSAM C1f the bib nvthNeverhair to its YouthtulCQlor fees mlp dl abandsrtuu rherri4 NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBSESDNPrsn JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Sain Mason Hotel PrormLancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embamor8 DSALUJ II FarnlturcaintllnjjsRujjs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ vVG1 1MI UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Daalearln SAB1TESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackacbe All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary wrlto Ur Kcnnet lie line spent a lifo time curing Just suet cases asyoure All consultations A gravel lodged in my bladder Aftel mini a tow of Fcnners Kidney llackacbo euro a gravel halt at W T OAKES Orrlx Va Drutrglsta tl Ask for Cook HookFree STVITUSDANC TroublesCURE preventtdturtbcr DIIcn1er Election Notice Regular term Lincoln County Court hell May nth lion Jas P Bally presiding III the matter of the petition ot W D Elnltlon and J C McWhorter n1 o ters for a local option election In Cub Orchard Magisterial tact No a In Lincoln County Ken tucky Judgment The written petition of W D Edmlston J C Mc Whorter and others asking that an election be hell at Crab Orchard Magisterial District No a In Un coin county Kentucky on the a jrd day of June too to take the sense of the legal voters In sail district who are qualified to vote at an election for county of ficers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquor shall be sold bartered or loaned In sail district ant asking tliat the provisions of the taw and prohibition shall apply to all druggists In said district having received by Jas icy the Lincoln County Court on the tjrj day ofApril and having bun tiled In open court and an order noting Its said tiling having hen entered In said Court at a special tern of said Court on the surd day of April 1003 the matter cane on or hearing upon the petition and the proof ant tt appearing the court from the petition and theJ proof heard that the said petition was signet by all of the parties whose names appear thereto and that each one of them are legal voters In tell district and quail to vote at an election for county officers and also likewise appearing to the court that of the said wWlonen 109 are legal voters In voting precinct No and 89 are legal voters In voting precinct No a which are the only two precincts In the salj district and at tDe last preceding general election there were cast In said voting precinct No i sq votes and In said preclnt No Mfr votes and so ft therefore ap pearing that numbers the petitioners from each of the J respective precincts are more than a per cent of votes cast In the said respective precincts at theJlast preceding general election and that the petitioners hive In all respects complied with the taw is now ordered and the court that an ejection be held In Cub Orchard magisterial district 3 Lincoln county Kentucky on the ard Jar of too for the purpose of taking the sense the voters salt district who are qualified to vote tn election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors h1I be sold bartered or loaned therein and It Is fur adjudged that the provisions of the law under which this election Is ordered and prohibition shall ap ply is all druggist In sell district M S Baughmn the Sherpa ot Lincoln county hereby directed to open a poll at each of the voting precincts tu precincts Nos s and t In Crab Magisterial No In Lincoln ounty Kentucky on the fird day of June seep for he purpose of taking the tense of the legal voters In oil district who are qualified to vote at an election or county officers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt shall be sold Bartered or therein the sail provisions of the Attestlinnet aw ant to apply to alt druggists In oldl Clerk COOPERJ lt HERE AND THERE The danger of another big coal strike has been averted Three men fell to their death at a furnace at Talladega Ala The annual campaign against the Jersey mosquito has been begun- S C Mercer formerly of Hopklnsvlll committed suicide In a St Louis san ttrium Edmonton county Republicans In drsed T J Landrumof Louisville for excitement over a baseba game has caused Harrison JfJ man to become insane The strike of the Chesapeake and Ohio shopmen at Huntington W Va has been declared oil Prctideut Koosevelt was a guest at tho 79th annual commencement of the Un verslty of Virginia A Georgia physician has fasted Cl days and declares he still fools strong thong he has lost30 pounds Low Hunt a well known farmer was fataly hurt by being thrown from his horse near Owingsville The world Is to have a new Intoxicant made from the tl root which is abundant t in the Hawaiian Islands An electric light company has been Incorporated in New Jerry to supply Jack ion Ky with electric lights The annual convention of the Train Dispatchers Association of America i being hold at Nashville Tenn The historic home of Buchanan Read in which the poem Sheridans Ride was written lies been sold at auction W B Lucas a rural man carrier was killed by a Chesapeake and Ohio express train at Buckncra Station Woodfon a four months tieup bulldln g operations at Omaha have been resumed the strikers returning to work at Us years scale George E Eaton a banker of Corning N Y was arrested on the charge ofat tempting to bribe an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Frank Dean once president of the Seaboard National Bank and cashier of tin Fifth Avenue Bank of New York com milted suicide by shooting The son of Gen John B Gordon Com manderin Chief of the Confederate Vet erans is missing and his father has asked the police to look onl for him Two more warrents for persons Impli cited in the Post offico Department sandals are said to have been issued from the Washington District Attorneys officeA union carpenter who attempted to persuade freight handlers at Kansas City Kan to go on a strike narrowly escaped violence at the hands of a number of flood McOloskey has issued an official edict forbidding dancing at any Cath olio picnic or dance on account of the shockingly indecent form of the modern dance and also forbidding the sale o Intoxicating liquors By an agreement reached the anthracite miners elected representatives on the conciliation board from three district conventions separately This action was satisfactory to tho operators and dange- of a strike was removed On tho army this year we shall spend 113000000 on the navy 185000000 The civil establishment will coa we shall 000000i on tho Hoppner Orelept away a groat portion of the town and drowned nearly half the pop ulatlon about 500 peraon in the ruins besides these 100 to 300 persons are in Juredwhile the property loss is estimated at 11000000The Commerce Commission baa filed a summary of its report on railroad operations for tho put veat The Increase in mileage was 6234 a greater ocreare than in any other year rince 1890 During the year 8688 persons were killed andG4C62 Injured in railroad casualties Among the curious devices to be seen In the United Staes Patent Office is one- for exploding bomb high In the air to procure rain another raises and tips the hat when the wearer bows another pnts on overcoats and another lets down a key Justin time for the milkman and draws It- rap again alter he has put the mlllc inside doorOne the advantages King Edward has had in dealing with foreign statesmen and monarchs is his very fine cU- tn a linguist Three languages are per feetly familiar to himhis own of course and French and Herman which to him are almost mother tongues It- used to be said of the late Queen Victoria that it was hard to say whether she ought ruoro easily in German or Eng IIsb The same could be said of the a King ho speaks German like a German a jUlt as ho speaks French like a Frenchman Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has made it tho 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 p pleasant to take It Is specially valuable for summer diarrhoealn children and g undoubtedly the means of saving thees of a great many children each year or sale by Craig Hocker r Ibave been troubled for some time with indigestion and sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee MOM and have been taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could notIIt you have any trouble with your ach why not take these Tablets and get well For sale by Craig A Hocker To Tho Lakes Summer Tourist Tickets on seta via Queen ts Crescent Routo Juno 1 to Sept 30 Ask tlcknt agents for particulars 4 R Hughes Secretary dTreasura RealfstatOiXhdnge TITLE CO Stanford Ky No and lot la Stanford roomshal porch In the rear c x J ranlr nelgbborboo close to thurrhea au J school food tor small fau lly riles 5550 No 2stall farm IT wens 8 voile from fetai ford llouseol four good rooms Dark porch and t veranda Uood barn and other building In rood Cut In sU flf Ids well fenced acre t eulUnllooenuenln nit tree net In graj Douabtt 101II1II100Ior eale hargein and ran taseldt bargain pee to school n1 church Jrice IW acre land adjoining sold for fiO and 111 Thlslsabsrgaln No SJlouM and lot In Stanford HOOM drat are rooms goal stable and sera of land well fenced One of pretlleat building lots la town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 front could be built to the cottage sod le wade a beautiful bout Will M sold cheap aa s owner must hate money No 4Two story frees dwelling 7 rue hall and Teranda ti garden fencing and houM to good repair For sale or rent Price reasonaW- No DUOUM and lot In Stanford ThiN rooB and front loud garden std stable Baal soldN ehsan lot In Stanford room Uoo garden emote and oat b1 oiy t3 ag Fartota0acne2I mllelrom Stan lord on county road 2S acre cultivation s te In pasture igood orchards and rest In timber Two small cottagn bun and outbuilding wall watered and fencing fairly good Mac ran to bought al your price as owner lltis In Indlinapo Us and must bate mone- yNolIIwelllntofeU roomltb1I eat porch twotitarystore room counlsnshelveeetc Water its dwelling sad- storeroomsUeebteroandwell 00 ria Small lot Mnioolrfpalranddwelllnic back of store One mil from buildingnauy ad tolll our 11200 Will sell both lW or will rent or sell separately No 13230 acre facet mile ot Crib Otfblrd Ky brick dwelling rooms two tenant house two barns well and spring owe dwelling arm la high taw ol cultivation aerie ricer bottom lied good fencing fruit etc life 1750 an acre No IIIOO acres ot land on Lancaster atrcrt It Crab Orchard opposite Spring In grata no In prOTimenli large abundance stock water IrelUrstbulldlof sltelu town Price No StA farm Of acre In Lincoln county Three gook dwelling 3 good btrne sad other out building each hone barn etc about the center of too acres All on county road mile front church school and Lays well and well watered Thla tl a good tobacco farm and would suit two or three fimllln that might want to cons trout the same neighborhood Price reasonable No SVllous and Sr e acres ot land In McKln ney Nemnry outbuildings Fencing good and well watered Will sell this plan D easy termsNa36Uouieand52 acres ol laud within IS mUte of Stanford House contains flee rooms reranda etc newly painted large per turn corn crib granary etc All buildings and fencing li splendid repair Well watered Title Is a mat home Iric 5140- 0Na Two eight room fbsme dwelling In Stanford Ky Large Harden and barn lot Idle Is one of ihe most dcairabl bousea In town PrUe reasonable No 15 A alee cottage and lot on Lancaster street Bunlord 7 rooms cistern etc 1000Ida acre near HustontllU Dwelling of eight rooms ball mania etc One ofyard and water In crery Held on the place Kara cut In seven telds and firstclaw laud No IQA lam of 1M acrM frame dwellluc four rotU rood steck larnod all neceesary out bulldlen eating well watered cut In fin Held Macrraln culUratlon ret In blue eon Lees than half mile Irons turaptk Wo over Ibli plan for only per acr Improvementsrwell watered Ac Will be told at a bargain No MFarm of acre situated near Kings rllle Ky urn In cultivation 89 In timberrett In srass well watered two good barns and other churchestschool postofflc and C o depot Property lie on plktand county road and h the most farm In that section Wa will sell the whol farm lor ti too or la parcels of not Ixa than acre to suit This Is property burgDwellingand buildings In repslr stone land In good neighborhood close to school and on good road Price 1700 No atA term of 101 acre In Guy county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with six room good barn and other outbuildings blxty acre In cultlratlon 4S acrea In timber tree etc Lays well on county reed close to churches school etc rIte only GO- 28llou and ooe sera land House con tains sercn rooms rrrander cellar etc All nec rasary outbuilding Extra large barn all In ipleudld repair House and rover rd Cistern al door llool games and Urge barn tot llnty of fruit on place lrtcllbO No71 IGOacrMof land in Ford county Kas ilx mile Irons railroad and mile from Art anus river Serenty acrea ofland bottom la firstclass land and In grass This land U for sale exchange No aA farm ol 121 acres four mile from Plan bat pike 1n the count well watered- tenrihq rood dwelllDr fronts pike all neoerary- outbuildings A splendid bluegrarfarm and only 2J minutes drlT from county srat Owner of one taint adjoining this has recently refused flu tier acre We oner this at W750 No 66 Farm of IIS sera In Casey county Two nary frame dwelling two buns anotheroutbuildings In good ropa1r tplrndld toSceo- pad and in good community A bargain at 1900 No I7Farmofll5acre In Casey county new two story S room frame dwelling ant old welling In lair condition llama sod other out building On county road splendid tobacco land well watered two well spring etc This Is a alrable bout Price II KyFrameoutbuilding acre In cultivation real In tim her Well waUted yards from paetofflcK school and church pays well on pike and In good cow lunlty lrlc tKX acres of land near Crab Orchard chap No 20 Two aWry house 9 rooms hallTeranda acree splendid land adjolnlnzln Stanford 1rop erg In repair water and lights In huun cla urn at door Beautiful home IrlcetMOOU No 22 House of five rooms porch one acre of round and good stable One mile rout tows rlreJiOO No ft Farm of ltd acre 6 mlha from rame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 louche 2 tiros log stable and wagon shed combined the onuj n extra good Ira with stile abode 1Iob- Jlarn especially arranged for curlnt tobacco Also nnery and tOrn crib Yoe orchard Intlag In good repair Well watered 1 cisterns etc This farm has been occupied by a former own er 17 years and la well preserved and Improved la la nilleofpostolnce school Junl- ror litOJ for half grain rent and Is cultivated IIII tOrn what tobacco and clone Till perfectpCattpusentownerbt5u0 as county IIlaulu1bleipered and painted 4 room and veranda each A Irge barn on earn tat used u livery stints Uood arden VusDtlotallolhing36 fat front feet deep All of this property Is 1r London Ky money1roDrletorontb On account of health of his wife only anon for selling proprietor deuce to exchange tllr arm la Llncvln county Did you ever Soe a total eclipse and- notlcehowcomplotolyput out the moon was We can show you a similar display in our stocK of Tennent Shoes They eclipse all in qual- Ity and durability It pays to got the beat to Ky This was as the Dank of In 1IJI then as the Dank of In leGS and again as the First Ilaik of ID un had an uninter for 41 pears It la better before In to long and career of and J B Paxton J B 8 II WO flee W Carter PRICES hero wont whn Shoe andtDry TheNe wYork Store Door Lincoln County National DankI First National BankCapital Stock 50000 Institution originally established Deposit Stanford reorganised National Stanford reorganised National Stanford having practically rupted existence trauncSnithonorable Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries Corporations Solicited SOOOO Directors Owslej Shanks Walker such will prove ed be as as as as the VERY 16 Row Drill Both Dish end Shoo 1 CO fa 27A farm of l46u acre atered panabs and Ibroullb hrich and producllre Brows tobacco eatwith wire end locust posts A orchard ihlaplsc wl bold cheap acres of laud Iron county Mo IX mile irom Sabina Station on sell or exchange tn J at the N Y r No tock cnn last long IllIOHS e pruningknifoswcepe December gale Here aro a few samples of what we do U selling IlEDUOTlONS we get at It A 1500 Men at Jt es a MOO Women a Shoe Ht 81 90 Clothing Goods nlso at greatly UEDUCEU PUIcra Otto us a call Next Stanford J 8 J J Ohr W If t J 8 W P Walton K I H D 811 T P Jas n LINCOLN OUNTY BANK CAPITAL itTrustSOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping business relations mutually beneficial f hmpand Na36n0 Offoars HOOKER MonoilEKTS WKA11KN Bk- ptDlreofors DanvllieS Rocker Stanford Islington Tanner Klmort Stanford naughman Stanford Stanford Robinson Hubble STOCK Officers S H SHANKS President J B OW8LKY t Cashier Asst Cashier cUrEyesAI o badlyfitting I At least once a year If your glasses have become scratch by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight byf sing them They should change soon you dont see well you used to through them Craig Hocker ST FORD aSGafas OPALLSyrupIsIn andbowel Per Solo qt Pennys Drug Store Showfnft AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE In Oarrard graaetlroolhydoruaQblu theplaceIfheland tlewlyfeho trameI IJIIJalOotalnseno Unimproved frogLdlcolnemuntlil Cutting Store deerto Stanford frest NATIONAL continuouslyfor Stanfordw Iiw Have Tliem Tested GRIPE2S SomersetKycutlnseven Iploni rTHrKentucKy InterchnngoabIoDsKorShot ALL SIZES FROM 8 TO 22 DISKS SHOES With or without Fertlllar or Grass Seed AttachmentQrlt to DisksKentucky Deadngt need last JHI 11didKr h faIUISVILLB Uti I oIndrepairrIcedwellingvnndu outbulidlog C911tlololchamllse This Is a spleudlil bullne a stand being located at ci ua pikaad trout III 000 to 15000 t placeIa cistern on and all the rID splendid repair Will tell the property and stock of goods separately or will exckang either or 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