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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4I SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 2319038 A M NO 33 MIDDLEBURG wbat harvest IB In full blast tbli week Mrs Mary William of Dunnvllle was vitltlDB1 her parents herolast week It ii reported that the controversy between tho contcitlnir partle for the nomination for circuit clerk will be tIDally and forever eottlcd Monday how where and by whom Ii not mado known Tho postoRIco bar been moved from Wesley tore to Mr Prultts on tbo Duonvllle pike The next move she will go to Yoseinltc and then wo north Mlddleburg people will petition for an ofllco of bur own at W T Coulters t Store Mlstas Pearl Aeoy and DetUo Royal ty ot Youemltc met several of their friends In a social gathering at the homo of Mr Ilarvoy McAnlnch Wed nesday evening The hours were spent most pleasantly and all are reported as having a very enjoyable time t Your scribe In company with Vlnrll Lucas made a pleasant trip toSianford Wo bad a nice drive nod spent the oveniDB very onjoyably with our friends Mours Obarllo sod Edgar Lanbam F D Lucas U S Tapicoit and Klah Frederick am expecting tc leave for Lexington this week to work at the carpenters trade Ambrose Humphrey of Hartwell will accompa ny them Mn Jennie McIntosh who has been very for some time Is Improving very rapidly now Mr W V Keenev Is on the sick list Wo would be iliad to ICe him able to be out again Mrs John Wesley of Junction City was wltb her parents Mr ard Mrs H II McAnlnob last week Mcifts John Baugh and Earl Bonnet were on a bus Ineis trip to McCanns Branch Wednesday evening Mr rack McAnlnch Is on tbo sick list and unable to got out for some time Frank L Jones hu moved to Burn side to engage In the silversmith trade Wo feel sure bo will build up a Rood trade as ho does alt bU work In firstt class order and guarantees U to stand the test Mesdames James Bryant and Lucy Drre and Miss Jessie Bryant were truest of Mr B Swopo Thursday Messrs W C Bryant and Silas God boy have returned to Cincinnati Miss rdlna Swope was In Stanford Saturday having dental work done Mr Robert nubble was at his old home In Lincoln last week D C MoWhorter of Fish log Creek was In town last week visit log his father and fatbcrlnlaw Mr John Adams Messrs F M Slmms James Fletch errand the writer were In Stanford Sat urday on business pertaining to the settlement of tho Joseph Fletcher es tote Miss Mary Lucas Is visiting Miss Bessie Lanbam of Stanford Mis Mlnva Swope loft Monday for a two weeks visit with friends and relatives f In Garrard county She will also vend two weeks In nuatonvlllo before her return home Mr Vlrjrll Luca and Misses Martha and Nannlo Lucas were visiting their uncle Mr Wm Baughman near MoKlnnoy Saturday Jordon McWborter and Samuel Clem one were out iqujrrel hunting Thurs day They each killed a squirrel Mr Kdmond Lucas who has been very for some time le some better at pres oat Mrs Jello Cloyd of Hcdgevlllo was with her sister Mrs Wm Mcln Cosh last week Mr Robt Bubble Misses Cordle Hubble and Mlnva Swopo attended tho childrens exorcis es at Turnorsvlllo His Last Hope Realized In the first opening of Oklaboma to let tiers in I860 tho editor of this paper was among the many seekers filter fortune who made tho big race one fine day In April During his traveling about and aftonvard his camping upon his claIm bo encountered much bad water which together with the severe heat gave him a very severe dlarrliocawhlch It seemed almost Impossible to check and along In Juno the case became so bad ho expected A to die One day one of his neighbors brought him ono small bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope A big dose was given him while be was rolling about on i the ground In great agony and In a few minutes the dose was repeated The good effect ot the medicine was soon noticed and within an hour tho patient was take ing bjs first sound sloop for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a complete cure and be cannot help but feel grateful The season for bowel disorders be Ing at handsuggcsts this itemTho Sen tinel Gebo Mont For sale by Craig fir Mocker The textile strike al tho Lowell Mill has boon declared at an end by the Textile Council and the opera tires numbering about 17000 men will return to work as rapidly as tho mUle resume operations It U announced bv Secretary Hoot that on Goo Youngs retirement Maj I Gen Cballpe will become Chief of s Staff r LAND StOCK CROPS ETCIParsons ft Woner sold to Shank 10 shoats at lio W A Trlbblo sold to Sweeney Morgan 60 230 pound bogs at O- sDyorsbur uracing stallion with a record of 211 died at Paducah- H U Lutes Morelacd has a lot of extra good bluegrass seed for sale itIJ H Dunn of Garrard sold to B Slavln a red Berkshire boar for 116 Charles Lutes bought of S T liar ris a carload of 248 poundhoes good ones at 5Jc R G Evans Is tho largest wheat grower In Boyle county Ho le now reaping 400 acres W F DeLootr sold 25 bogs average weight 217 pound to J C Johnstono at 6o Advocate- H F Newland sold to E P Wood 8200 pound bogs at 636 and a bunch of 126pound sboMs at Sic S G Curtis sold to Sweeney Morgan 26 boyat 4 70 and seven at 6c They averaged about 226 pounds The president of the Kansas State Grain Association estimates tho wheat crop of Kansas this year at 70000000 to 00000000 bushels It was 40000000 In 1102 LANCASTER COURT Thero were lest than 60 cattle on tbo marker at Lancaster and the I J man failed to hear of a single sate It was tho dull est court In year A farmer sold a bunch of hogs one day last week figuring that 1200 bush ell of corn ho fed them yielded 860 a bushel be having kept a rarcful ac count of the cost of bogi the amount of corn consumed and the sum receiv ed Wllmlcgtoo 0 Journal OTTEr Chu Ensue has bought saw rig Richard Chandler Is slowly improving MUs Ella Long Is vlsltlog her moth- erhereDr of Hamilton 0 Is vii lUng friends here Prospects are good for a chestnut crop In this section The ball hornet of Ottenbelm Is making preparation for the itb of July Rev Adolpb Rueblman and wife returned from Wisconsin Wednesday Dick Collier says that fine hominy snow fell at his house on the night of the 11th Gust Snltoblcr Is cutting hll wheat He says It will average 16 bushels to the acre All of our friends who have bee are complaining about them not swarming this year Wm Dyebouso Is letting his saw mill stand still at the present and has gone to farming Miss Annie Troub bai returned from Louisville F M CrutohCela ls visit log his friends and parents hero Herman Eeslln aged IS got stalled with a load of taw logs and when his brother found him bo was crying loud and Ion FAIR DATES The following la the list of lair dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 0 days Crab Orchard July 22 4 days Georgetown July S3 4 days Cyntblana July 20 4 days Hustonville July 20 3 days Danville August 4 4 days Madlsonvllle August 4 days Drodbead Aug 10 3 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creole August 18 4 days Lawrcnceburg August 18 4 day Liberty Aug 26 three days Shepberdsvlllo August 25 4 days London Aug 20 three days Somerset Sept I 4 days JJardstown Sept I 5 days Elizabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 154 days Owonsboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 0 days MATRIMONIAL James M Barton BRed 21 and Miss Margaret Love 16 were married at tbo brides home Sunday At the homo of the bride near Parke vllle on the 18th Mlsa Elma Culton and Mr John Thomas Underwood wore united In marriage tbo Rev J B Jones officiating A postoQlco and dally mall has been established at Lorenzo In the South western portion of the county not far from Faubueb with J M Wilson as postmaster also a semi weekly mall at Bourbon with J C Walt as postmas tor Somerset Journal The Best Cough Medicine I sell more of Chamberlain Cough Remedy than of all similar preparations put together and It gives the best satis faction of any medicine I ever sold I guarantee every bottle of ItF U JA QUITE Inland Mich Tills remedy Is for sale by Craig o u hrITho wheat crop Is jlngly light NEWS NOTES Fire at San Francisco destroyed property worth 1126000 The StD Bank at Oiklcy Kansas was blown open and robbed of 16000 Wbltcsburg Letcher county IB soon to bo connected by telephone wltb Slonega Va Ell Julian of Benntngtoo Indian Territory Is being held without ball charged wlthtbe murder of his father Thousands of London JOWl assembled In Hyde Park to protest against the Klsblnef massacre Strong resolutions were adopted Fourteen persons were killed and 13 Injured by an explosion In the tho rddlto factory at the Woolwich ar senal In England Owing to differences between the management and tbo men tho shopsof the Missouri Kansas and Texas at Sedalla Mo have been closed Lightning struck a but stored with 3000 pounds of dynamite at tho New mines near Sonecavllle 0aod killed six men and Injured a score of others Maj James B Pond famous as a manager of lecturers and public speak ore died In New York yesterday as the direct result of amputation of his legSeveral soldiers who were conspicu cue In the assatslcnllon of the King and Queen of Sorvla have been reward ed by King Peter with promotions In rank courtmartial has been ordered In the Philippine to try Lieut Foley of the Fifth Cavalry who Is accused of embezzling sodleri1 payand otberlrreg ularltlcs Under a decision of the court of appeals the Louisville Bridge Company must pay tbo claim of the LouUvllle and Nashville Railroad Company for i2SQ23001 Barney Oldfield of Dayton Ohio broke tbo world automobile records from one to five miles on an elliptical track at Indianapolis A mile wit covered In 60 35 seconds The gold output of Alaska 840000 000 a year will bo greatly Increased by the early building of a railroad from tho southern coast at Resurrectlou Bay northward to the Tanana river Despite a majority report finding him guilty of violating Its rule Prof C B HalQeld Superintendent of School at Paducab was exonerated by a close vote In the Board of Education The court of appeals by Chief Joe tlco bream overruled petitions for rehearing In the cases of OBrien and Whitney accused of the murder of A B China They will both be hanged Tbo foreman of the grapd jury that returned the Indictments against Jett and White has asked the military to escort him from Jackson Ho has received many threatening letters and fears assassination William Hallett of Chattanooga swore out a warrant charging Walter W Banning with wife murder A postmortem examination revealed that Mr Hennlng died from tbo effects of a criminal operation Judge James Hargla Bald to the Lex- Ington Democrat that the most friend ly feeling existed between him and Commonwealths Attorney Byrd nun Byrd Imply did his duty as a prosecutor and no one can blame him thatCaptain Burton of the Sbclbyvlllo company says that Private H M Mc Intyre of his command and ono ot the men detailed to guard the jury who eat In trial of the Jett and White case was approached during the trial by n stran ger who offered him a bribe of 500 for the privilege of a fiveminute converse Lion with a member of the jury The name of tho stranger could not be learned but It Is said that Private McIntyre gave him just three minutes to getaway and cautioned him not to come near him or the jury again The jury In the JetiWhlto case at Jackson failed to agree and was die charged Eleven favored the death penalty for Jett and one was for acquit tal Seven voted for the conviction of White and five for acquittal Judge Redwlne ordered a change of vonuo of tho case to Harrison county The pris opera were taken KJ Lexington for safe keeping Burns Fitzpatrick was the juror who stood out for Jetts acquittal and a dispatch from Jackson says of It Fltzpatrlcks fatherinlaw Wesley Barnett was hero last week and was associated with tbo Hargl faction while bere He was closely watched until be left town- Chamberlains Stomach and LtverTab lets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull latter eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale hockey IASIJEILLE ANDIRETURNOne faro for the round trip plus 2Sc June 11 12 13 July 22 to 27 via Queen Crescent particuI r KINGSVILLE The It und House Isnt In sight yet laterI erved the first Sunday in July at the Methodist church Meredith Francis who runs the mat moneyThursdayTwo teams and wagons have arrived from Lexington for the saw mill alto the drivers Tbo horses are Perch crone Miss Lizzie Love of this place and weromarriedchurches here Our town Is at present without aI magistrate but the office will probably bo tilled soon by O L Henslny who seems to bo the choice of our people Mr L R Taylor will build a new room to bis dwelling and otherwise Im prove It Mr T claims to have the best water melon patch In this section Rev R H Jones of Lexington attended the lawn fete and remained ov er until after his appointments Sunday and Sunday evening Rev W R Da vidson held services Sunday morning and evening at the Baptist church of Pleasant Point The Hotel Poonybacker run by J M McCarty Is completely filled by transient customers also several reg ular boarders Notwithstanding the hotel and several private boardinghouses It Is no unifiual occurrence for applicants for board te be turned away on account of lack of room The box supper and lawn fete for the benefit of the Christian church was a success In every particular While a few pf the boxes were not sold a great many were and together with other re freshment 132 wero taken In The church and grounds were lighted up the latter with Japanese lanterns and the tables tastefully decorated with ferns and flowers Every ono enjoyed the occasion to the fullest extent Mr Charles Hedges of the firm of Hedges Campbell came down from Lexington Monday Waco Waters C S employe who was badly scalded about two weeks ago Is still confined at home but la some better Mack Williams who has been confined to his room since March Is rapidly conva leslng and Dr Thompson has about dismissed the case J W Boland of Burnslde was bere last week on bUsI ease Jesse Wearen was here Friday Fe lIx Twldwell was here Thursday Wal lace Walter of Stanford was here Friday Logan Walls Is quite sick wltb fever Little Marion Evans ls still very low with typhoid fever Her case le so serious that Dr Faulkner was called In from Lexington He said Dr Tnomp sona treatment was In every way sat isfactory and the same bo would have employed Fred Burgess of Lexing too was with his grandmother Mr Elizabeth Pealrs and others here Philip Nagle of North Mlddleburg Is the guest of his uncle Mr Bradley Manfred Chevolctte of the C S is spending a few days with the home folks Miss Ollie Faulkner of High land attended the lawn fete here Thursday evening IN NEIGHBOR INfQNTIES Mrs Levi Long aged 82 died sud denly In Garrard Tbo painting and decoration of the Kentucky Institution for the Deaf are In the hands of A E Gibbons the up todoto Danville wall paper merchant Mrs B F Walter has flied suit for 810000 damages against the town of Lancaster She tell In an excavation made bv the town authorities and was seriously hurt Tom White the Brcathttt county as sassin was once a resident of Plne vllle during which time he was tried nod convicted of felony In Judge M J Mona court Judge Most said recently that White was always In trouble when a resident of PInevlIle MIddlesboro News Tbo two companies of Stato militia from Danville and Shelbyvllle under command ot Maj J Embry Allen that brought the two Jackson prisoners Jett and White to Lexington left for their homes at Danville and Sbelby vllle Saturday having been relieved from duty Cuts Bruises and Burns QuIck ly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm is an anti septic liniment and when applied to cuts bruises and burns causes them to heal without maturation and much more quickly than by tbo usual treatment For sale by Craig Rocker Atlanta And Return via Queen CreecehVRoute One fare 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 I Remit for your subscription If youre a sensible clothesmoney splnder youre going to get mostfor yourmoneyclothes which is only anoth er way of saying youre 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 et as you ought to be you will buy here if you buy right IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T o jniLLBB Danville KB II BUGGIES H J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky 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 Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity anti comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and thejbesl paints these days go farther and lastlonger than over before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tHe paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than oUter paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate itsjQUALITY Pennys Drug Store CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also n Splendid Line of TROUSERS all Manufactured by the very best manufacturers in the country Call uudseo our stock W E PERKINS r A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as tamm1 sAuotoin r to the people of Lincoln County He will please both In work and price Write to him t Stanford Ky I Crab tlISTANFORD REENHOUS- EEVERGREENSBalsam Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias CjFIoral design on short notice Ded and Ve etable Plant ot all kind In eetsonaPbone9ring 1 e 7 Y z 4 T 1 I C Tw1 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E C WALTON 1i W FRANK MC KINNEY j li a eandWUte for the nowtoatton for Sherte of Un coin cwnty subject to tile action of the Drallc tarry THOMAS D NEWLAND SRIIs a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subledI to the a tten ef the democrat party GEO W DE BORD It a aniMate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the acttoo of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county nbjKt to the talon of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county sublet to the action of the democratic partyIJAMES C HAYSIIs a candidate for JaNer sebtect to the action of the demdctattc party WI HERRIN Is a candidate tot Jailer subject to the action of tbI democratic party SAMUEL M OWENSI Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sulljKt to the action of the democratic pat- tyDemocratic TicketI ForC orIJ Cr IP JiECKIIAU For LitMtipant Uorernor- W r TUORNEf t For Auditor of Stale- S W EAGER c For TrtluurtrIIT Jr BOSJIORTHI For Attorney General i N I1 HAlSIJ Far Secretcuy of State IT V XcQUESXEY t For Superintendent of Public Imtmet J 11 FUQUA t For Cetnmutioner of JgrietdlurtI HUBERT VREELAXD Fw Clerk of Court of Appealt J MORGAN CJINN- t For Railroad Commlsiloner r C C MCHORDC JudgefFor Commonwealth Attornev JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVER8ON I ALTHOUGH a hung Jury In the cage of Curtis Jett for killing J B Marcui at Jackson was what a great many expected It waa not generally bellevci I that one juror would thwart junlca BI was done Eleven good men and believed Jett guilty of murder but tbeI twelfth a fellow named Fitzpatrick knew more than all the rest and held I on for an acquittal After 24 hours wrangling with the case Judge Red wine finally discharged the jury and ordered Jett and White taken to Lex ington for safe keeping A change of venue to Harrison county was granted and It Is hoped that In a few weeks they will again be on trial for their lives and that In thU case there will beI no Fltzpatrlcke on the jury but In- steadI men who will do their duty jurors Tbere Is no doubt about JettI having fired the shot that killed Mar cum and no earthly reason why he should not feel the halter draw White was certainly an accessory and he too should be disposed of on the same seal fold TILE court of appeals upheld the prl mary held In Jefferson county upheld the regular democratic city and county committee which called and conducted he primary and sustained the Injunc r tlon granted by the Jefferson circuit court to restrain Allle Young from removing the committee or Interfering with the primary The opinion was handed down by Judge Paynter a rr a jorlty of the court concurring As to the committee It la held by the court that If the State convention gave the Btita central committee authority to remove local committees It did not give it power to delegate that author ity to Chairman Young or to any other persons As to the primary It Is held that party authorities have no legal power to call off a primary when the rights acquired by candidate under the call would be destroyed JUDGE BAnGle being wined and dined In Lexington as If be bad done something great la fact aceI tain class of Lexington people seem to think he Is the whole thing What has he done to make him a hero wn would like to know Cortalnly bs herculean efforts to prevent punish ment of the assaislns of J B Marcum should not entitle him touch recogni tion As judge of his county Judge t Hargla should have gives aid tp the i prosecution of Jett and White Instead of Importing lawyers to defend them and making a pretty lair attorney for them himself If the judge desired to do 10 be could do a great deal toward bringing order out of chaos In Breath Itt county and be owes It to his office t and the people who elected him to It to do eo and do It at once tiii2 Joi MI t 4r IF any person entertained doubts that Commonwealths Attorney Floyd K Byrd ofBreatbltt would fall to do hie duty In the prosecution of Jett BDd White for the murder of James B Marcum all must now be dispelled by the manly courageous and vhoroul manner In which ho excoriated the alleged murderers and even those commonly believed to be behind them Byrda address to the jury was a plaiDI outspoken demand for the law triumph and Its ultimate vindication It was free from ambiguity or catll and he eloquently plead for justicesI GAIT B J EWEN la to bo heartily commended upon the decision made by him to the effect that be would not make an exhibition of himself by ap pcarlng at the Lexington opera bouoI Cant Ewen Is not of the museum fror1c kind Bud does not believe In puttlnlt himself up to be looked at On tbe contrary he Is an honest plain ood cltlcen who can not be bluffed norI bribed Into lying If Breathltt had more Ewens and fewer HargUes there would be no soldiers at Jackson todayI sod no need ofany CANDY and confectionery to the mount of 8100000000 arp sold In the American homo market every year mod to this total of manufacture New York contributes 120000000 or one ftb Pennsylvania Massachusetts and Illinois are the throe other state I hlch contribute largely to the totalt which is constantly Increasing t THE news comes from Washing tbat the work of the now department 8 if commerce Is progressing In a mar er which Is most satisfactory to thet ministration and as the work sit has consisted In appointing rep1boI IIcan patriots to good jobs we are on tlrely prepared to credit the statement U S GRANT San Cal bal announced his candidacy for ylcee president on the republican ticket I Ike his father Mr Grant believes InIJ ling after what be wants In a stralgh rward manner and heres boplni at he will wincTilE Elks are the most liberal ands charitable of all the orders The state ment la made that a third of all the reo lief Sued for Topeka Kas came iron the B P O EtPOLITICAL Senator Blackburn favors the noml nation of Senator Gorman of Maryland for the presidency Hon E P Gillenwaters of Glasgow wae nominated for State Senator byJ imocrats of the 10th dlltrlctsDr Parkhurst says he can supply 10000 men either of whon would make a9 good a president as Roosevelt Is President Roosevelt removed JudjreI cMUIan of the Supreme New Mexico on the charges of general Immorality Harry Raines has been appointed stmaster at Celeste Casey county I aDd J C Taylor at Jelllco Creek Whitley county Senator Hanna again declares that even if nominated for the vice presl dency he would not accept It He hat n White House ambitions he says A ShelbyvlIIe dispatch says HonG G Gilbert has set at rest all rumors aoout his not being a candidate to IUC- ceed himself as Congressman by an unclog positively that he will be In- till race from start to finish The democratic State executive com mlttee Is called to meet In Frankfort this week for the purpose of auditing aDd paying all the claims due from the- State primary held May 9 which ID- clude the payment of election officers In counties where charges were made Fho article which appeared In the- last Issue of the News concerning Hon Harvey Helm has called forth quite a- jlood deal of favorable criticism to that ntleman It Is pleasing to state that- the announcement of his probable can dldacy was well received Danville Newil Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy haa- made it the most popular preparation In- use for bowel complaints It la everywhere recognized as the one remedy that- can always be depended upon and that Is- pleasant to take It In especially valuable for summer diarrhoea in children and Is undoubtedly the means of saving the- IIvel of a great many children each year- For sale by Craig do Hocker john Brooks of Marshall county Mln and S B Wilder of PhclJnlx- Cltr Ala are dying from hydrophobia caused by dog bites The Kentucky State Teachers A iO- elution will meet In annual session at Le71ngtoD today C Suydam Scott one of tho leading attorney at the Fayetto county bar Is derdFire at Boise Idaho destroyed bust Dell property worth 2140000 James Funk aged 75 la dead In Mer eel Driven To Desperation lying at an out of the way place ro mote from civilization a family le often- driven to desperation in a case of accl- dent resulting in Burnt Cuts Wounds Ucereelc Lay faa supply of Duck- enl Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at all drug stores If r THIS AND THAT The Very Rev Herbert Vauuh Cardinal and Archbishop of Weatm star is dead It Is estimated that 23100 outlJlde harvest hands will be needed In Iran lias thla year Now York man shot and wounded a concert hall singer because she re used to marry him Two automoblllsts will attempt to make the trip from San Francisco to New York In a gasoline machine It Is expected that the last link of Pacific cable between this countr and the Philippines will be complete within a week John Edelstoln a wealthy manufacturer of Jersey City N J died from Injuries sustained while chasing burg late In his sleep Twenty chorus girls were seized will cramps during a performance In a Cleveland theater Their lllncis Is attributed to food poisoning John B Walsh an actor who player with Charlotte Cuihman John McCul lough Edwin Booth and Lawrence Barrett died In New York The Cincinnati Southern and Ten nctaea Central railways clash over the right of way U expected to come to a crisis today Olllclals have arrived oc ground to hasten a settlement A liberal donation to Norton Infirmary has been offered by unknown persons In return for the abandonment of he investigation of the reciSnt attack made on Mr and Mrs J G McCulloch mallCommonwealths Attorney Bvrd says special term of court will be hold at Jackson In a few weeks to Investigate he burning of Ewent Hotel the ae- tault on the witnesses before the jury nd the attempt to bribe Ewen County Judge HaTrgls returned to ackeon from Lexington Sunday after ailing In his efforts to have the Fay county offlclnl to take an Interest n Jett and V bite They will be shown 10 special favors and will be guarded from friend and foe alike A fish fry lven by a coterie of Lexington polltl lane has caused a storm of criticism and all concerned are now denying re- ponelbility for Hargla presence as a neat WANTED Wewould like to ask thro 5e columns of your paper If there is any erson who has used Greens August lower for the cure of Indigestion Dys epsir and Liver Troubles that hat not been curedand we also mean their rc ills such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual oottivencar nervous dys epsla headaches despondent feelings eepleasneaein fact any trouble con ected with tho stomach or liver This medicine has hose sold for many years in all civilized countries and we wish to cor respond with you and tend you one of our coke free of cost If you never tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first Wo have never known of its failing if 10 something more sciioui is the matter witb you The 25 cent size has just been produced this year Itegular size 76 cents At all druggists At Pennys Drug Store SECOND ANNtAL Fourth of July Entertainment YowmIItRoyalty and lilt quartette will renter orators of the day sack rac jumreiJrmrlojeand over a i to winner Afternoon program al airs by AI Royalty and his quartette speech b- EUJQ Montgomery Ball game Stanford VI Mustonvnle premium of fij to winner and Silt bur Night entertainment wet consist of vocal musk Ice cream supper tire works ascension 01 fire balloons sky rockets ant numerous other fir displays The growth will be mate almost as IIrht at day with Japanese lanterns The sheriff ant his depul1es will to tin tile grount ant good order Is goal antef Music by the Liberty Rand Mmlnlon Children roc aduts sic Children unter ro and 01J people over admitted free Horses end vehicle free Horse feet etc JONES KELSEY Mgrs IF YOU Contemplato travel North or South East or West write us for rates and printed matter Wn can give all the information IOU want Queen A Crescent Route Is the Shortest Hem to to New Orleans Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxville Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points Di rect line to Cuba and Porto Rico S T SWIFT P A T A Lexington W 0 KINEAMOX G P A Cincinnati J 0 CONN D P A Chattanooga S NOKTHBOUND Leave Moreland 112 p moo Leave Junction City 4fi2Ta m to + 120 p m r J 600 am SOUTHBOUND Leave Moreland 1150 pm 1127 a m Junction City H35 a m 1117 a m I 805 p mi e fnk tiaran ORRND f SUMMER BARGAINS 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 tip LOW PRICES a 60 dozen corsets white pink and blue Every corset worth 75c our price 3IcI 60 dozen corsets worth 8Dc our l1rico19cI C dozen 1 corsets our pricoODcI25c corset covers now 14c 80o corset covers now24efiO ladies muslin panta now 20c 76 ladles muslin pants now30c1 gowns nicely mn ollcLncli- us20c ribbed vests uow14cLndies 15c ribbed vests now Oc Ladies 35c ribbed vests now 19c Sorosis mercerized skirts were 160 now 0Sc Ladies accordinn planted skirts black or JPRICESGRAND LEADERM B Ic S B LEVYManaper A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist 8tauford Ky aeoT r lleBoberta Drug Store In the Owiley BaUdlcr Ft A JONES I DENTIST Stanford Ky fflc fiver ITelephone DR rW Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors Houso Flats d W Wallace Bi Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Borso Shoors West Main Btrwt Stanford Kentucky HI Ca RUPLEY- The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NOTICE FARMERSTh Drown Wire Fence It the strongest the most durable best fence made II fully trovMe for expansion ant contraction ant th I will wires are the SUit sloe as hotliontil starany hlghlh and sire fence deslret Set sam pie In court house vr4- ERT OARpESTHR Agent Also dealer In finest Bare Blyfftouth Rock chicken REFERENCES Messrs George Sjvinrler Ju Plummer and Dr J O Carpenter have e anoS tried the Drown Wire ant pronounce It tile toet ant cheapest In tbs wcrld For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oor Slyer Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but P only one host The Equitable strongcsl in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness FOR SALE The Tribble Mouse Junction City Ky I offer tbl wellknown hotel with nil It Furniture for sale It U bested In Junction City Doylo county Kentucky at tho cross inr of the Cincinnati Southern and the Knoxvllle division of the L N U R and Is the dinner stand for tho latter road It Iii a large twostory frame metal roof build log containing ns rooms fronting 200 feet on the L N R It and 70 feet on the O S The lot contain about 2 12 acres of ground has barn and outbuilding plenty of fruit and splendid water This U one of the Lest hotel In Kentucky has an established Commercial trade For further particulars write or call on A THIBDLE Junction City Ky o w blue mohair woro 10now50500 skirts now3 0i100 skirts now 208t300 skirts now Sl08 Ladios 7fic hated purses now lQo- Ladiosi boo silk collars now Mens 1 shirts now 75ca1= Mens 7Go shirts 110W49Mo- ns40c shirts nowaOoTens coat and pants wool crash suits wore 89 110W8108 F i Mens sorgo coat and vost blue or i blank were 060 noww 826 f T THE LEVY CO Prors Withers Furniture Co Dealers in Fino Furniture Carpets Rugs Wall Paper Window Shades o Mniuiflicturars of Picture Frames RANGE SALE r We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go nt 1420 The 26 kind will go at 2125 The 80 kind will go nt2J7lThe 35 kind will go at WJOCQ The 340 kind will go nt817lThe 50 kind will go atIJO You have never had such nn opportunity pro sonted to you before so now is your chance All stoves will he set up in your kitchen and guaranteed CEO H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky t W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jewtlcr STAN FORD KY Good quality In goods Good work in repalriagsand REASONABLE GUARANTEED It Is Gratifying to Find Our effort to place before our 1 customers the best there Is In i GROCERIES1si j tloa Null article make their way to my place each week and always meet the requirements of critical and particular buy un yet price are Just as Iowa houses who do not offer these Inducement Be tare to call and look K you with to be post lneltbread e J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Kr WANTEDTwo hundred old rtugglc Burrles 1hneton and Driving Wagon to paint surf repair Price low and all work promptly donor I can save you MOSEV o- nRUBBER TIRES 1 I have one of the belt rubber tire machines In CentralKentucky Can put on the very bet tire cheaper than any one f W J ROMANS I Lancaster Ey rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JrsE23 1003 CaF1rusoholions cad with proper taro Wo could not do bolter If yon paid ui doublo the price which la always reasonable Pen- tt i Druz StorehPERSONALS MRS W O SlEKI It quite sick JAS M SAUPLBY of New Ilavcn It with thu bomcfolk WEAR Quaius li down from Flat Lick with bli mother MRS WILL MOHKLANDli with her daughter Mrs W O Shanks I MAYOR A D FLORENCE was In Lox t legion and Georgetown last week JA IFs T MKNEPEE of Now Or leans Is wllb Ibo boracfolki for awhile MESBIIB 00 CARSON and E 0 Moore of Liberty spent Sunday bore I Miss ALLIE TRlJlIILE of Richmond Ii with her aunt Mn P P Nunnel t h Icy Mn Quo O KHLLHR Jit of Dan vlllo It here to help ut In a rush of job workT D NKWLAND JR U In Cincinna ti looking alter Dr H A Jonca loap business MRS S a TRUBHBART orders her papor changed from Nashville to Mon f cage Tenn MISB RuNA IUUOHMAN of Huiton I vllle was the of MU Katherine DauRbmanIMR A 0 BASTf ND and Miss Ad f Idie Kailland of LouUrllle are with friends here Miss NANOY WITIIBUSIOOX of Hftrrodiburjr It with Mitt Mary Bar bee I1undletMRS 8 W GlVENS wee quite ill this week but It now convalescent Mlddleiboro Nowi M1SSB8 MARY LUCAS and Mini Swope of Mlddloburg are guests of 1a Mitt mule Lanhatn Missus MAUDIS MoonE of Danrllle and Sara Daniel of Parlt are guottt of Mlti Jennie Lynn GEORUB B DCNN left for Mobile Ala latt week to take a reipoatlble position with the L it N MRS NANNIE S SAUFLBY of Stan ford has been the guest of bor ton In this cltLex Democrat Miss UFJIECCA DRCUMirr of At I talc Ala U spending a few weekt with ber parenu at SaoBey Miss ALLlBRlvne who roprettntod Lebanon In the oonteat here was tbo guest of Milt Mary nundloy- MR AND Mns WJ YAOBR returr ed to Louisville Saturday after a yltll 1 to Mr and Mrs W M Bright MR JOUN SAM OWSLEY SR o Stanford was at tho Wlllard lilt nlchu Fridays Courier Journal MRS J II MONIN who has been with her father Mr O J Crow re turned to her home at Sonora yelLer day REV R B MAHpNY attended t Baptist Association at Wtncbetler and heartily enjoyed that bodys dauber tionsMR JAMES D SHELUY and wife Junction City hue the sympathy their many friendt In the lost of their little child t MRS A G TUttNER Misses Ltura and Elizabeth Carpenter of Lincoln aro guests of Mrs T II Smlloy Lex legion Democrat DR P P MYIIASD the vetorlnarl ao writes that be will return from a Tltlt to hit mother at Society Hill Ala In a tow days MRS JOHN M MCKINNEY of Mt Salem wbohhi been visiting ber aunt Mr Anne Lloyd at Jaoktboro Tenn has returned homo Miss HELEN BBABLEY favored tho e audience at tbo contest rlday evening with the vocal soloEvawblw- as heartily enjoyed Miss HA1UEE DUFF of and Mr Ruiipll Walker ot South olina will arrive this week to guests at Mr J N Monefces Miss JKNNIB DARK of Somerset wh won lint honor In the olocutlonarjr contest Friday evening was a pupil of Mitt Sara Wood Lynn of this place MRS E B RITCHIE and son Geor Monefeo Ritchie arrived yesterday from Mineral Wolfs Texas to visit her parents Mr and Mrs John N Menefco MRS PRUDENCE SHEWMAKER and her ton Burt and Miss Della CoITe ot Moreland attended tho burial their father and grandfather Mr J Tcrhune at Harrodiburg last week MR AND MRS B J BETUURUM Mr John W Brown Misses Mattie Wit item Susie and Annie Tbompsou Reca Baker Rlsao Williams and Fan 1plcSpark all of Ml Vernon attended the contest Friday night MRS MARY BOWMAN Miss Bolt ie Craig and Miss Mary Reid are expeot ed home this week from a trip through the extreme West They 7l lted Seattle Portland San Francisco and other cities Mr and Mrs R S Lytlo and Misses Robblo and Cooper Penny left- t tiyesterday for an oxlondcd trip through the West They will first visit rela lives jn Kansas after which It la likely they will go to New Mexico and Call u fornia Mr A G Eaitland and Mils Addlo Eastland Of Louisville are the I guests of Mrs E So Eajtland at Cove Springs Advocate IMRS L B NpNNELLBY U HI EVELYN AND MINNIE CAR SON were plicate of Mies Carrie Dunn Mn JAMBS IsHAM and family of Washington county are guest at hire- mpbells sociation preIdantan honor worthily bestowed dehghttullponor of Mr call Mrs John S Baugh man MESDAMBS o E TATE and T A Rice will entertain the Pleasure Club at too lectors home Hickory Hill ai3p I Thursday LOCALS FRHSH bread every day at Willis FOR Binder Twine ace Bruce JPonceFRESH yaccliw points on band Craig HockeK THE person who pot the wrong hat at the Pi Asaph Hotel Sunday will please return U and got hit own THE Huitonvtllobaseba11 club do Dated the Stanford 11 to 6 on the formers grounds Saturday afternoon FOR fire lightning and tornado Insu rance In the boil companies at the low- elL possible rates see R B Mabony Stanford Ky 2t WANTEDWod like to have 13800 at 6 per cent for five years Can pond mortgage on real estate Lock Dox 17S Stanford tf Till missionary meeting of the La dice Aid Society will be hold at the homo of Mrs W H Biggins next Fri afternoon at 3 oclock MR SHEARS owner at the Merry GoRound has moved hit machine to Perryvllle Bad weather prevented blm from making money here WILLIAM GOOTBN a German died la the RaIL End and wat burled Sunda afternoon Ho was 06 years old and hit trouble was paralysis A wife and several children survive him ALL the gentlemen nwho expeot to take part In ibedance are requpited to meet ai the opera bouse lonlght at 730 promptly to fill out ibe dance program The danoo will begin al 0 oclock LIUHTNINU killed a valuable maro belonging to Jack Rout Saturday after noon She was on the term of Lewlt Doty J M Hulohlton and Mr Stoph OQMia of the Hale Well section each Ion a horse the tame way lest week changet of vertusIat Glnat Co Boston book dealers was decided In favor of the defendant Ayicb Grimes damage cult of 86SOO against the L N for injuries total v ed while walking seer a moving train juryI up with ibe case of W H Badgelt against John McDaniel Badger sued for 1200 dam croofTHE opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday was a swell affair and a most thoroughly enjoyable occasion Somo 30 couples were present a danced to Intplrlng muilc from 030 ii 11to the woo sine hours A magnificent lunch see enjoyed between 11 and 12 oclock and everything was dono by Mine DOlL Willis and his excellent wife to make the gay party have a good time Guests are rapidly arriving al ibis grand old summer resort and by July 15 tho spacious buildings promise to bo crowded An excellent bind has been engaged for the entire season ehtof Saturday afternoon last Hetrals a Amarlcbua big boost for Mr Reid and It etam ohim alone of the very greatest trsl ers of the day The race was won 27275 to the winner and as Mr contract calls for 10 per cent of it itowas a y A number of Lincoln county gentleT pen principally West Enders ha tickets on the great son of Vollarlo and they arts considerably tloffor me raceP M WAYNE COURTRonIl 0 War rcn special judge of the Wayne clr cult court returned Sunday attar a bu eye week at Monticello Ho began court early Monday morning and It wee sun down when he closed it Saturday eve ping Tbo case against Calyln Bowl ea and Joo Smith for killing Calvin Dobbs resulted In the acquittal of Calvin Smith andal5 pear sentence for Joe and Bowles Smith L N Honor was given two years for forgery and a mao pained Adair two years for malicious shooting and wounding Only a t civil cases were tried Mr Warren says Monticello Is rapidly forging to the front and that ISO per front toot is no unusual price for building lots Geo E Stone bought quarter of an acre of ground there last week for 8500 While In Wayne Mr Warren heard that a 135barrel well came In oa Sllckford k TRY scans bread Beet made On eels atPerrlod GERMAN millet seed cheap John Bright Jrt Co LOST Meerschaum pipe and case 8 Leave at this office PURE MUlct Seed for sale cheap Carson tc Ponoe TILE L willgive 8150 roundtrip rata to Cincinnati ngxt Sun dayIFOR SALEA Chicago typewriter Used only a few weeks Will sell cheap This ofllce WE have a secondhand McCormick binder for sale Has only been used ono season Carson d Peace WANTED lain yuysicalnce on Main skeet Mrs Malllo V irby 4i Tim tax books aro end I am now ready to give you a receipt for your taxes Call In and tellle M S Baugbman sheriff T GRIFFIN a brakeman whose home Ii at Livingston fell from a freight train at Rowland the other eight and wai badly hurtMTo FARMBICS We have on hand a cer load of draft mares and geldings which wo will toll cheep Come and toe them E H Beazlov Co OUR mill odor having been thoroughly repaired It running again and we are ready to wall on our customer Give us a call J H Baugbman L Core DAIRY DAltNj B Camonlicb has contracted with Will Stone and Henry Phillips for it largo dairy barn to be erected on the Hundloy farm recently bought by him 1 NOW occupy too storeroom near Baughmans mill and will be glad to dn any kind of upholstering or repairing of furniture I nice buy antique f urnl taro Edward Jobnsoa vwn n Boyle counly court for the purpose ofI taking a voto of the people at JunctiocT City on the reopening of election will bo hold If granted Aug uslSO eTo the good people of McKinney each and every ono we beak you from ihe bottom of grateful hearts for your great kindness shown us In the sad death of our dear old demented broth er Mr and Mrs R Williams KlLLBIi IN CHURCH Bud Led ford was shot and killed In Harmony Church In Garrard by hit brotherin law James Rogers The two bad been outs for more then a year and Led ford Is said to have made frequent threats against Rogers Meeting was jolt over when the fatal shot was fired and a stampede was caused Lodford lived 10 minute but did not speak It Is claimed that be brought on the roue ble and thecae open knife was found In his pocket One shot was tired tho ball entering below the left eye Ra Peors gave himself up and Is being goer ed by G M Slier at Lancaster MIss GlARB cro attended Mr E H Bcazleys Annual Elocutionary Contest at Waltons Ope ara Houie Friday evening and enjoyed the fullest extent the splendid pro gram arranged by that gentleman and carried out by gentlemen and ladles well up In their particular lines Tha were nine contestants for the ItO gold offered and right hard did they battle for the liberal purse as well aa for the honor ut winning over so largo a field Following Is a lUl of the you ladles who spoke together with t subject of each Miss May Walla Ballard Richmond The Fight Wit he AurocksMls Carrlo Webb Si Calhorlnas Academy The Gypsy Dodglaa ee a Stath Rlvohaa ea Jennie Carr Somerset As The Moon Rose Miss Lillian S Poore Garret County Sandys Romance Tho IIuetoos tovibe a Bethurum of Ml Vernon took only a few minutes to make a verdict and In a neat speech the former gen demon gave 820 la gold to Miss Carr and 810 In gold to sties Dodge The audience voted Miss Carr winner end sho was given 810 more Miss Minnie Sine of Stanford was second in tho popular vote Between the readings Mrs E H Beazley and Miss Grace Grlnslead sang two duets that were greatly enjoyed Prof J W Ireland favored the audience with a couple of solos Miss Cora Ward ot Lancaster sang and was liberally applauded that she was forced to appear again while Mr A B Bcastey gore a num Theeentertainment was a most enjoyable and elevating ono throughout and Mr Bcazloy Is to be congratulated on being the promoter of It Hon James N Saunders was chairman and be made a capital one His opening remarks were but to the point and its presen weU1timed CHURCH MATTERS Two bathers were drowned In the surf at Galveston Texas The Baptist Seminary students gave 1416 to to missions the past session Presbyterian church collections this month will go to the aid of homo mis alone John A Bishop former president of the Grayion County National Bank Is dead at Leltcbfleld Over 825000 la cash was sent to In e last year for printing the Gospel In many of its varied languages Sanford Nortbrup prominent In so cial and financial circles In St Lorils shootingPresbyterians the foaslbllliy of conSOlidating the Clarks vlllo and Columbia Seminaries Methodists of Louisville Jefferson le and Now Albany will have this an elaborate celebration of the 200dth anniversary of the birth of John WesleyDr M Carroll financial secretary of tho Educational Commission of Texas has raised the 8125000 necessary to secure the 825000 pledged by John D RockefellerThe Baptist Young Peoples Union will convene In Georgetown Ju 15 to 10 whoa the Rev Johnson eyer of Chicago and other proml nent speakers will be present At St Martins church Sunday for tbo first time In the history of Louis vllle three young priests celebrated their Initial holy mesa at ono service the Rev Fatherl Ketterman Rels and Elllng Rev J I Wills ofHorrodsburg has ceived a unanimous call to the pastoral charge of the church al Howards Mill Montgomery county He will begin a series of meetings tbero on the Saturday night before the fourth Sunday In July at which time be will answer the call The meeting of the General Associa ti ne of Kentucky Baptists at Winches ter was the largest In the history of that orpaoliitlpn There were 318 dolfgatav present end the speeches reportsemore moony raised for missions all kinds last year than over before he association will meet with the oburob at Campbollsvllle next year WARNING I I hereby forewarn all persons from pass carry1ngMoreland Ky UMBRELLASr Recovered And repaired and made almost us good as now for a small amount I can trAmpreralrer TO THE P1ARTERS Of Lincoln and Adjoining Coun ties A Liberal Oiler atJlultonvllhwishing1acharged the regular price for ttoreage Alt wheat deposited for exchange for floor will poundperogretoexchangewgivenStoreageD M LIPV3 Hustonvlllo 4TH OF JULYWill be celebrated with great pomp and splendor tJ H Ilatiocks near Hates wtnlpeaktbespeechofof his speech will be In the language of those who taught under Napoleon amid the shadows ot tho Pyramids and who fought chargehoFrance across the Ilrldgo ot Lodi There dollclouhthe ot the thirsty All opine to as sist tho celebration of this great natal day of our independeqce Music and dancing ull day needn Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial G I N GILLOCK proprietor The Tottsorinl Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call la when want a clean Shave or a Stylish Hair Out TO BE Properly dressed is easy if you buy at the right place We are able to dress you properly so that you will feel pleased with yourself By care ful attention to every detail of out business we have secured the most desirable goods to behad in each line Iothing ats Shoes furnishings thc very hest throughout We think the goods and our method of doing business will suit you Let us dress you We know how to do it Cummins 8s McClary THEWELL DRESSED man of today is the man whotlrusses to suit the OCCASION and the SEASON The now 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 andnar row Socks in Lace effects modest col ors Collars double band turn downme dium high Belts narrow black grey und tan color All the above items we t have in great variety and newest pat terns Terms Cash HJIYTRoberts 1 REMNANT SALE I- l i Look out for our Itomnant Sale which we will announce in n few J4i- jg days Odds and ends from every lengthsrmSkirts Waists Dressing Saques Coffee Jackets fec Desirable goods in Ginghams Lawns Calicoes IAn tIens Woolens etc Will the date later Dont announcem fitportunityto buy desirable tREDUCED PRICES l i d Ii SEVERANCE SON 13CtOIL STOVESsereslaseetel asMRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Poultry Netting Smooth and Darb Wire Grass and Bush Blades LOW CAST PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL FPPFEFk1B- est Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose r ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the lofoQlcelie Stanford ass Itondclau matter I 7PSbltohdTUOadayo sadSrida9o- ar 1 PER YEAR CASH t 4i When sot iop ldoaOO will bechsrjed KNOXVILLE DIVISION No2TralnlolnlNortbIMImNoM II to IIMMNoJS It SOQthM12namN- o2S u UMpm FORRENT I Mf storeroom recently occupied by Win Bevernnco Will rout foroneormoreyeftrsJ z Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and Cakes Etc lust received Highest market prices tar flutter Eggs c Olve him a call OI line of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur- fnlbldng Ooods Etc just added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall bo cash in advance weekly and monthly Professional bills duo when services are rendered and must M paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food fie Sale Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade Dorses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention icy TraHlort DEALIU3 Whisky Brandy Wines Beer Etc KYOlotoPrompt nJ IIle attention Nothing but the bet to drink Mail rhone cr ttl2 pi order receive prompt tttentlon i J D Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New largest company in the world Assets 818 7100351 Surplus es regards pol cy holders 19436058 69 Farm property In Boyle Casey Garrard and Lin coin counties Phone 21 R B Mationy Insurance fluent Stanford Kentuokv Insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties e incoln and Casey who may be seeking in durance against Kirp Lightning and Tornad Noun but the and bent OldLine Com represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone e- 2Stanford Kentucky f F P MYHAND Veterinary Surgoon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beazlers Livery Stable Mrs Laura S Webb VleePr lilent Woman Democratic Clubs of Xortlicrn Ohio dreaded the change of life which s was halt approaching noticed Wine of to try a bot tie I experienced some relief the first month 10 kept on taking It for three months and now menstruate with no pain and shall take It off and on now until have pancd the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear off They follow woman to the change Do not wait buttako of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any ui relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan t ger When come to the change t life Mrs Webb mean more to you than it does now now avoid the 4aufering she endured Druggists of Wins of INE CARDUI- 3YtNFAtCsyEttai I T iaaGrJnii4 AKHAIR BALSAM mesa end bwatirts the bah Itcmutei a aedet towt Sneer Pats to Bettor stay H Youthful Color rtJ a l wo- jFedIAOt DnII n NEW LIVERY STABLE aW80BSBftS3SProri JUNCTION CITY KY RatellSpecial Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every lung first class Porters meet all trains S9- J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service atReasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal Jx La Beazley Co Undertakers ana- Embalmers sue DSALI11 x Furniture3lattIngSRugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ YJcG f Y A1tEBV tYT aedrlgaYi IW EMBALMER And Doslurlb- 3AB1TSSS SADDLEEY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY en- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also ache Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary write Dr Fen net Ho line spent a life time curing Just suck Cases as ioura- Or Allconsultatlone Fcnnera Kidney ana liacRaciio euro Is tho cause of my being ullvo today I had leanndweigh P9undsWUMcQUGIN oilvo Furnace 0 Druggist Me II AakforCookfockFre- eStV11USDANCEFen e EffiEHEElj CRG LeXInGTOn DemOClRltC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It le especially devoted to the Interests ot the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor W PI Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky HERE AND THERE A New Jersey girl attempted to kill herself by eating ice cream Three men charged with incendiarism escaped from the Frcnchburg jail Pmident Roosevelt lies taken personal chargo of the post o10ce investigation Owing to the high price of cotton tho big Namnuitt mill at Bristol R I has been closed indefinitely Time men who pleaded guilty at Jersey Oily of harboring slot machines were fined respectively 82000 tl150 and 500- Jl Land was shot and killed In Madison county by his stepfather Fountain LandA car running out of Mayweed N J made a mile in one minute and fifteen Seconds Dora Campbell formerly postmaster at Maysville Ga is under arrest at Haiti more Md charged with cmbmlcment The Ohio Republican State Central Committee has selected Gen Charles Dick of Akron to direct this years cam paignCuban health reports show satisfactory conditions except in the CliO of tuber culosia which is on the increase on the islandA to kill two prominent Fulton men on account of the opposition to tne salo of whisky has been discovered it is allegedAt Mrs Mario Ferguson was acquitted of tho charge of poisoning Mrs Louisa Wilson of Olive The jury was out four days The cruiser Chattanooga in course of construction at the yards of the New York Shipbuilding Company has been seized by the sheriff The one hnudicd and 25lh anniversary of tho evacuation of Valley Forge by Washington and his troops was elaborately observed there The three negioes Sanders Morris and Mann were sentenced at Uaysville to five years in the penitentiary for as saulting John B Fatrow of Mason countyAttorney General Gate of Tennessee has delivered an opinion holding that the Legislature cannot exempt from taxation State bond held by banks and trust com Inspector Mines has secured strong testimony corroborating the state ment of Capt E ven that he was offered bride of 15000 to testily falsely in tho Jett White case A septugensrian wanted in the past score of years in a dozen different cities where ho had succeeded in making bis living in various fraudulent ways has been arrested in Illinois Leading candidates who opposed the Louisville Democratic primary of May 23 now declare that in view 6f tho Court of Appeals decision they will support the nominees of that primary E J Arnold proprietor of the defunct Arnold Turf Investment Company appeared in St Louis and gave bond to answer to the seven Indictments against him on the charge of embezzlement Frau Przygodda the female Prussian Bluebeaid convicted of poisoning four of her husbands and who was detected by the fifth trying to poison him has been convicted and sentenced to death Mrs Nancy Rote the oldest lighthouse keeper in this country who keeps the lighthouse at Stoney Point on the Hud son succeeded In defending herself and tho government properly against a lun atic Reports from Washington say that the corruption which has been unearthed in the Postofllco Departmont has spread to other bureaus and that only a small poriidn of the looters work has betn revealed The Picket a colt that never before won a race captured the American Derby at Chicago before a crowd of not less than 00000 poisons The winner it from Kentucky and was trained at Churchill Downs Louiaville Former President Cleveland declares that the interview crediting him with ox pressions to tho effect that he had no dei site to re enter public life was not in tended for publication and in some re spects was irossly exaggerated The Kentucky Baptist Associaion in session at Winchester adopted resolutions urging Oov Beckham to calf an extra session of the Legislature to enact such laws as will relieve the deplorable con dition of affairs in Breathitt county Gray Haddix one of the witnesses against Thorp and Crawford the men accused of burning Evens hotel at Jackson has written a letter to a Lcxingtan paper saying he is afraid to stay at home because of threats that have been made agalcst him- Postmaster General Payne will retire for tho stated reason of II health with with the postal scandal developments trailing along as tho actual cause It is also said ho will give up his place on the Republican National Committee as will also Perry Ileath secretary of the com mil tee A Scranton Pa telegram to tho Inttr Ocean says A BInghamton man named Walls has brought suit against John Mitchell president of the United Mine- Workers for 200000 nlUijIng that he furnished for the mine workers time plan that resulted in the tetteniont of great strike of lest He asserts that his ideas are precisely similar to those tad upon by Roosevelt in tho naming the strike commltslon 4th July ratesand third round trip vlaQueenCreSC0ntRouIehe- lmets on sale Julv 2 Rood returning until July 8 Ask ticket agents for particulars sot I have been troubled for some lice with indigestion and sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mn s 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 not If you have any trouble with your atom ach why not take these Tablets and get well For tale by Craig A Hooker To The Lakes Summer TourUl Ttckete off sale via Queen Crnscel Route Juno 1 to Sept 30 Ask Ucknt agents for particulars L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer ContralKontuck- yReal Estate Exchange TITLE co Stanford Kr tIlouw and lot in hunfortIflTe roomihill pone to tbe rear good CrdIlD1OOd nlcbborllood dote to churches and school Un for mill tm sly trice SS50 No 2Swall farm 17 tens 8 mllM from Man font House ol tour good roows lark porch and l vrnaIL uood barn and other la Gelds well rented so acre eultlralloaoneset In fruit trees net In grss llouiht at eommlaaloeers use at bargain and Caa be sold at bargain Close to school and church Rico Sae per acr Land adjoining sold for f and via This Is a bargain No SIIOUN and lot In SUntoM lions aim Ore roomi loud stable and S arne of conI well fenced Oo of prettiest building lots In room enough In front for two other cottages or a front could be built to tht cottage sod ba made a beautiful home Will be told cheep as the owner must hue money No Two storr tram dwelling 7 rooms hall and veranda Oood garden fencing and house good repair For al or rent rrlea reasonable IDI No5 HeuM and lot In Stanford ThIN and rant torch flood garden and stable Coo- repair sold cheep No Tllolle and lot la Stantetl stories rooms Uoot garden smoke and nod boas 00 r 1300 8FarmrafSOure24 mile tftlQ Stan lord on county road 3 aerea ueolUvatloseve- in pasture 2 orchards and rest in timber Two small cottages good U n and outbuildings well watered and tearing falrl List can ix bought at your price U oloerlhll In Indlinapo- lla and mu t haft money No Dwelling of six roomlthall and porch nevceaaary outbuildings iINen Urge two 2hOO feet lower room supple withcounters sbehnetc Iler In d lInrrnd- Ilorvoom alee dllem aedwall onplua Small tOI baekofstor One mil from llulldlnp In rood repair and dwelling originally tat 16fA lIere our 11900 Will sell lath for iJW or will rent or sell wi araUlv No 11 no acre farm S tail of Crab Orchard Ky Urlck dwelling rouius two tenant bouwt two barns well and spring near dwelling Ferro la high state ol cultlrallon IK mere ricer bottom land good fencing fruit etc IMc IS7se an art No 11100 atm ot land on Lancaster stmth Crab Orchard orinlt Spring In grata tm proTementseicept large stock barn abundanc of tack water buUdlal site In town lrlc 81 Alarm of acres In Lincoln county three good dwellings good birns aid other out bHlKllngt each house barn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road f mil from church echool and posloBke 1TS welland wet watered This is a good farm and would salt two or thrr htulllea that might watt to come front the same neighborhood price reasonable No 18 and eve acre of land In Kln leT A Nereraary OHllwlldlnn Kenatrg pod- and well watereiL Will MI this place on ras- htares Ko M end It acres lied within IS miles of Stanfurd louse contains are roowi Teranda etr newly painted large new bun corn crib graniry etc All i sad eoetRg In plesdld rejialr Well watered This Is a dnlraM home Price lo17Tcr story eight room tree dwelling la Stanford K Large gtrdea and Warn lot This II ens of ihemoitdealraMchoiuea In tows Price rtaaonaVl No 1JA nice cottage and lot on Lancaster ilrevt SunlorJ reo ai good oiitern etc Cott ll 1000ho acres nest Huitontllle Dwelling of eight rooms halt Tetanda eta Une tenant bouie stock bun tobacco bun and other outbuildings Cittern and good well In aN aed water to rrlltld on the place Farm cut In seven Gelds and Gnt ela lags No tIIA lion of 1M acre frame dwelling four rom fOOt stock unaod all necnaaiy out building g rood well watered cutinfluf- eids96acre la oulllTatlon net In Was frutIxm than half toll tram toroplke We oar this dace fur only fau per arr No SI Mi scree of land In Itockrattl for salt or exchange Hat all necessary ImproTetaents well watered At Will be sold at a bargain No MYano of 60 acne situated near Kings Tllle Ky 60 acres In eultlTatlon 89 In limberienl In irau well watered two Larns and other outbuilding repair Dwelling couuuratlre ly new It within 300 yards of tore churehcs and C a depot Iroperlv lie on Iksandcounty rod sod L the mat deelrableI- rom la that section Ws will sell the whole farm lar n 400 or la pI 1I of not lees than urea to suit purchaser This Icertalnlrcheapproperty- No 603nn of 7S acm near Dwelling good bUn10 Well watered hoeing and bull lloKI ID repair Ptoductlve lime icon land In 1OO10fl hborhood clot to school and on good road Price 700 No S8A farm of stirs In Casey county Ky One and onebill story dwelling with six rooms good burn and other outbuildings Sixty acres to rulllfiilnn CI acre In timber fruit trees etc Laya well on county rod close to churches Khooletc Pile only t 0- 0No2 IIe flandODe acre land Ito ie ron tains teD roomi under cellar etc All ne eaaary outbuildings Extra Urge barn all In pleudld newly lrleted and cover d Cistern at door ooot large barn lot Pl nty ol fruit on place Price 1100 No 4l61creaof land In Ford county Kss six mils Irom railroad and mill from Arlantai rlrer rkTenty urea of land Is river bottom Is nt dan laud and In grau This land Is for tale ciebaDgo No 9A farm of acm four mile from Blan ford on test lk8 In the county well waterwli fencing good dwelling front pike all ntoruiy utbulldings A splendid blue gram farm and only WnilDutctdrlte from county trim Owner of One arm sillolnlng thus hit recently rtfaied Iii Per acre We oflVr this at H760 No MPana ol US acres In Casey county Two cry frame dwelling two good barns and other outbuildings In repair bplendld tobacco land and In community A bargain at O- No 57arm of acres In new two story 8 room frame dwelling oafold welling In lair condition Darns end other out buildings On county roid iplendld tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc This Is a able Kowa Price II 50- No M Flay acres near Pleasant Point Ky Prime bouse 5 rooms and porch llarn and other outbuildings acrt In eultlTatlon rest in tim ber Well watered udl train postotScciacbool and church lays wellonplko and In good cow munity Price No 19 00S acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Twostory house 9 rooms billYcrtnda acrw splendid land clJoIQlnJlo 8tanfo1 hop erty In re p water and llxbts In houe cta Urn at door Henutlful home Price tIOOO No 22 liouwofAverooms porch one acre of ground and good stable One mile torn town Price TAX No 23 Ftnn of I U acres Smiles from Stanford time dwelling of 7 room 2 2 barns one a log stable and wagon shed combined the other extra frai e with cattle sheds attached llarnetptclallyarrangedforcurlni tobacco Also hennery amokrbouse corn Fin orchard Fenclcz In good repair WeUlleredJI cistern etc This farm has been a own er years and Is well and ImpruTed Is In pottotllr church and school tented for 1902 for ball grain rent and Is cultivated In rom wheat tobacco and clover Title perfec- tetprwntownera3500Co as county records willow No 21 Dwelling of 4 rooms with 20 acres land In Moreland wood barn and necessary outbuild Inll I well In srd splendIdorchard and I acre- tnwberrleeIn lwmdbtepawwionlkIbW- No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double reran das Etc A large 2 story storeroom ulla1bletordperm I d painted 4 rdomt and veranda each ge barn ua acme lot used as llTery stable Good glrden Yuant lot adJolnln sa fat front by 200 teet deep All of this property to London S It a line chance for some one to make money Proprietor hat refused to rent property for t50 per manlh On account of b alb onl reason for selling proprietor desire to exchange- farmfor In Lincoln county t rtIDont torture your own or the children foot with III fitting footwear Tennent Shoes Do not pinch nor malform tho feet Made on lasts that conform to Natures lines Wo soil thorn fft Stanford Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was established as the Deposit rank of Stanford In then reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In and again reorganized as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In 1IS having practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 Tears It Is better supplied now with tacUitlea for transact promptly well than ever before In 1U long honorable career Accounls of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited J fl Paton J D twaley 8 II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Cutting PRICES N Y Store cutting pruning IlEDUOTlONS Womens greatly ItEDtCEDI 1IiFirst National Bank Ky 1111 16M bad and and Roping such will mutually benoBdlat IIOOKRU DanvllU Islington Ilaufhmaa Stanford Stanford LINCOLN cOUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK IflBOOOO Directors ATrustcontinuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT ilk- prDirectors President OW8LEY ri c rEyesbadlyfitting Have Thom Testedleast Ifyour glasses have become scratch frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by sing them They should change soon as dont as well through them Craig Rocker OP BEST i Disk Shoo clover no wait Und water b 1Undl Sad buocthrough II rlcbnd produrlhltron bemp and lie if feacI ed with wire locust port A good IiuproTenmnta a ICooo twostoryelgbt frame dwelling wardrebra In each room pantries teller etc coTered mod painted tenant howe Iwo and outbuildings all In gnnd condition near church school acre cultlra lion 40 acres In ing contalna sTcn rooms eatary outbuilding Fenctsand buildings insplen dld Yell watered Price 2800 No84811 acm ot unliaprorel land In Iron Mo IX tolls from Station on route or tor proitrtjln Uncolncounty at the Wo have put the soUsors In hud and deep la MUCKS of and Women shois No tock can laat long hero IUIOES wont tierroltlt air of the a knife sweeps the off oursbclrr like a December gale Hero are a few itmple of what we do In selling when we Ret at itt A IBso Uena Shoe at II v a 300 Bhoo at 1100 Clothing and Dry oleo at PltlORS GlTe us n call or business relations I J 8 Prest 11 MoHOnKilTfl Chit W HWRAHKN F Reid T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford W P Wai K L Tanner Malflaney M I Klraore II Stanford T I Rut Stanford t Robinson Hnbbl J II llaugbman W p Tate It It I Officers n J n Cashier l t W U nlltc Asst Aro At once a year cd by be as1 you sec as you used to THE OUR In t VERY Bofh nod Joel tobacco room newly other In balance timber repair county Sabula loIIAtln Will sell exchenp the Mens The Goods Good prove ton Jas STANFORD I IN ESTIMATION OPALLSyrupIsandbowelORIPEs IIFor 16EowDrilLShown epgagsiwells KyrutlneevenOdWa Larebarasadallpeed Officers BIIANicsr ri ALL SIZES FROM 8 TO 22 DISKS Wither SeedAttachments Dhaka2UIt H f1 makeplondidPVPwnPtSJilpmenl Low Freight SSPAMERICANuuoIIcountyamueefroniLancaster bou1I KentucKy IntcrchnnfteabIoDlsKorShoe I ewukeaboueetPrice SiW lIellugverencJ outbultdlugDOQ1lnlagelisndlM Tills Is a builneis stand 6bulotuamount on uni to aboutpermonth There aretwo bulldlaglaN orbolllnltr for any one wllbloll togo Into buslneas No ITwo slocfi ot Koods for sale For par ticulars a Mrea Central Kentucky Real Fatale Xt chinre A Tills Co t