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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fJ wiF v SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALs r VOL XXXISTANFORD= KY FRIDAY JULY 3 1903 SAM NO 36 rIY HUBBLE biter r Aaron Dal U suffering fromr snake l D W Glvens told some corn to L A I r Hammond at fl- J A Hammond visited relatlvee in f Casey anti Russell counties lau week Eider P M Tinder will flll bis ap pointment at the Christian oburoh on Sunday afternoon at ooloelc Mn O C Sink and daughter Mlaa Vcrnte hero returned to Lexington alter a visit to Mr A C Carman and family The Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tlan church will give an Icedream cup- per on Saturday night July llth the proceeds to go for the benefit of the h chdrcb Everyone li oordlklly Invited to attend k Tom Rankln was very much alarmed last week when he found hli saddle bprie had dliappoarcd and was rot to be found After phoning and looking the Bounty over for Old Drldijc II be found him pltaiantly domiciled In his couaaodlotts barn Mrs Borah Speonamore of Bryant Vllte U visiting relatives here Grover MoKecbale entertained a few friends I j Saturday olacln honor Of Miss Go 4 rol BromtoQ It L Hubble has II bM tuffarlap from aswolkn jaw Mrs Tow Pease IIrrll1 Mr T O Rankle Is somewhat of a fexdMtraytr For lome time something bat bMB catching her turkey acid at last she decided to sot use of her tie Itroyars and In a short time an old fox 4 was found MfeUiftwltblna few feet of the turkey she bad fixed for him No inora have Men lost m LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J V Club void t4 JobaitoB of Boyle 112 pond lambs at Sie E4 FavMoi wheat crop averaged only aooal leer bushels A C Dean has the beat hid of Don IB te OBonly It Is waist high and very rank Alaaa dalebroke the worlds record t for a mile at Chicago going the die tine ia 1ST 35 Lutes ok Crr shipped HO stock ewe to Faytw to sell bat It Is M dry tbire be hen not faced a buyer so far C Vanoy Is dellverlag bit what to J H Daagbnae It TOo His orep av orated only six or eevea twibelt FOR SALK Oil EXCMANOB A two saatrd rarrey In good condition for a young milk cow hogs or something of equal value Apply to George 0 Dar ris Crab Orchard Ky To F ARMBlt8We have on hard a CArload of half Pareheron mares and geUlogs that we moll cheap We sell negotiable note or for cash At I M Bruoes stable K H Ueatloy A Co Stanford Smith A Nell and J G Durham bought In Cumberland county 100 One butceer cattle at 2 to 3e of N 8 Mercer 10 hogs at 3 90 sold ISO bogs for 11875 to Durham Bros shipped M oat tie to Louisville which brought 11100 bought two mules of J G Cooracr for 321 AdaIr New FAIR DATES The following Is the list of fair dates fixed for this year Kirisvllle July 17 and 18 Crab Or chard July 22 4 days Georgetown July S3 4 days Crntliiant July SO 4 days HuitonvlUe July 203 days Danville August 4 4 days MaJIsonvlHo August 4 days lirodheail Aug 10 3 day Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Greek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aue2 three days Snephcrdsville August 26 4 days London Aug 20 three days Somerset Sept 4 day Barditnwn Sept I 5 days Elizabethtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 164 days Oweniboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 0 days Working Night And Day The busiest and mfgbtlest little thing that ever wan made is Dr Kings New Life Tills These pills change weakness to strength llstlessness Into energy brain fug Into mental power They are wonderful in building up the health On ly 25c per bottle Sold by all druggists M1 For tho first time In a year Jacksons police judge la walking tbo streets of the town It will be a loop time however beforo he feels strong enough to ride out In tno country Tho devotion of Jackson people for their homes Is remarkable Loulsvlllo Times No man or woman In the State will hesitate to speak well of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after onto trying them They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels Im prove the appetite and strengthen the di gestion For tale by Craig do Rocker Stanford Ky j D Hollls waa killed by an Illinois Central work train near Paducah t Mlis MATRIMONIALI Main to Tenn and wore married Joseph Kites and Mias Laura W Hah or were made one at the court house by Judge Halley Albert Dyebouse aged 10 and Miss Maggie Wood 17 were married at the brides home Wednoiday The Courier Journal announces the engagement of Heed Hmbry of the Dan Vlllo News and Miss Susan Rhodes of Murcer Toe mtrrlago will occur somo time this fall P H Williams an Adalr county school teacher and Miss Beitlo P line I In the pretty daughter of Mr J DI Bnitln ofKwell were married Wednesday Eld J Q Montgomery of LibI caty performing the ceremony The wedding was a quiet affair but a very pretty ono Indeed The bride Is a very charming young lady and oxoeedlngly popular In her section Hoary C Godman 71 a millionaire shoe manufacturer and Mrs Cora G Flora 13 were married after a roman tlocoartsbrpntColunibniO MM Flora 11 a nurse topk care of Godmans wife during her illness a few years ago GodmaB became attached to Mrs Flora Ibiii she remained In bis tam ily aoi finally that she might become his bell Oodman legally adopted the youog widow aahli daughter Recently the attachment grew Into love and the probate court was asked to and did revoke the adoption papers so the way might be cleared for the marriage IN NEIGHBORiNGCOUNTIES The wife of A L Qou a Richmond ieroleant le dead Wllkwtrhby human fatally out Bid Prtwiu at Red Bird cbarofi Whitley eauaty In a Ijrbt at Somerset Wednesday John Stringer was shot foerUtnes b G H Gaudier Ills wovodt arc believ ed to be laid- Uckowa persons attacked the reel deBoeof I Miller at Olenvllle Adair county Miller related aid- stars was a general IhCtOtIMIIIr was wounded In the hand and his wife was Killed Gee Ca slns M Clay tbe sage White Hall has written to his forme- chi idwife Dora Richardson Brook whose husband was killed by a train In Illinois several days ego asking her to come and remain with him the rut of bis Ufa The death trap Is what railroad teen sail Burgln said Mr Georg- Curry of Ilarrodtburp Tbe reason for this Is the large number of persons who have been killed in tUa vards e that plaee lately All were killed train and It seems that some curious abanoe throws all the killings In that leI oILY In Burgln Only last Sunday a big freight wreck occurred there and two men wero killed The railroads have been strewing freight cars all around Kentucky lately anyhow I saw cars scattered along the lines all th way from Uarrodiburp to Louisville Courier Journal WArauIVe would like to ask thro the columns of your paper if there is any person who line used Greens Miguel FJowor for tbo euro of Indigestion Dye Iiepiln and Liver Troubles that has not been cured and wo also mean their ro cults such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual coitlveucsi nervous 118- delsla headaches despondent feelings aletples nots in fact any trouble con nested with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years i all civilized countries and wo wish to correspond with you end send you one of our books freo of Cost If you never tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first Wo have never known of its failing If so something more serious is the matter with you The 26 cent size has just bee Introduced this year Regular sire 7 centS At all druggists At Penny Dru Store CHURCH MATTERS As the result of religious excitement growing out of a debate at Scdalla Graves county four preachers been arrested charged with the use o abusive and improver language After a year of bard work Roy JW Van Kirk pastor of the Grace M E church Vouogdtowo 0 hud the satin faction of seeing tbo cdlQcn dedicate- Sunday Mr Van Kirk almost built the place with his own hands diggin the foundation helping to lay the stones and taking part In tho plastering and decorative work Tho structure is worth about 14000 No Pity Shown For years fate was after mo contlnu ouily writes F A Gullego Verbena Ala 211tumorsat all thug stores Jacob Thurmon Is dead at Hodgeqs vllle from the effecta of a mule kickt t INEWS NOTES Clunnle pf CallforI nla Is The dea1I jlItor of England Is doad A Negro fired Into a trolley car at Media Pa and wounded six persons Over 2000000 more bushels of coal left Pltttbuig for the Southern mar kate A man and his wlfo fought a duel with pistols In Mexico and both were killedIt said that no fewer than 67 Rue sian warships of various kinds aro olio sembled at Port Arthur An aged widow was beaten with a olub and snot to death by an unknown man In the ludlan Territory Lightning struck a church In NIcbo las county and several persons were Jured In tbe panic which followed Dr J B Orltteoden of Gordons vllle ono of the most prominent phy slalans In Southwestern Kentucky Is dead Two Alat ama farmers wore sentenc ed to the penitentiary for oue year and a day on pleading guilty to the obargo of peonageCity Riley of Lexington Is fillips up the Jill there with Negroes who will t Jt work on the outelde tho offered good wagon Gov Biokbam has determined to hold tbe camp of Instruction for the Second regiment nod tbe Loulsvlllo batteries tbU year at Jaakion Tbe oreoeote works of the Louisville A Naihvllla Railroad at West Paica eoola Mlisii were destroyed by tire The lose Is estimated at 280000 A number of Olllaana of Jaeksoa have sent a telegram to Gov Beckham urn lug that Adj Gee Murray be allowed to remain In Jaektoa for toe present miaereyat Wvo as the result of an explosion aid U U believed that 234 have perish ed A number of prominent Kentucky aollbge presidents and others held a tneollig in dnelonati and organized the Intercollegiate Association of Ken tucky thatrShipbuilding Company was Insolvent aid that he would therefore appoint a receiverCol L Kowaa of the United States army lIon his way to the Phil answeretwo nativessexecutors and trustees of the es ttateof former Judge Henry Hilton of New York report that It amounts all told to BS10fi0o Its value was orlg Inally computed at 8SOOOOOOO United Stases Internal revenue re ceipts fell off about 1000000 for the fiscal year just closed but tile was duo to tbe reduction of tax on beer and to incoroale In an Interview at Jackson Judge Redwlno said be would not vacate the betas at the special term of court to begin In Breatbltt county on July 20 He said be regarded It as duty to pre sldo and be would noVsblrk the rcspon alblllty Maj JE Burke tbe blacksmith who was recently declared mayor ol Burlington by the Vermont supremo court upon a recount of ballots began his reform administration by dlscbarg fig tho chief of police and assuming himselfnAa the result of a drunken brawl on a push boat HI Whltchouee Johnson county Leo Dbllarlde and Gco Green were killed and Bill Osborne Is being pursued by a posse and Alex Allen Is In jail at Palntsvlllo charged with corn killingsn5W G Hill entered the ofilco of State andghim with a rc volyer As Hill turned to leave tbo weapon was accidentally discharged astIs supposed to have prompted the deed Milwaukeef i 500 while on a passenger train from Chicago to Milwaukee She claims to have been sandbagged by another wo thedhave leaped from the train while It was hourgBrutally Tortured A ease came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Joloblck of Colu sa Cal writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothlllg relieved Ole though I tried every thing known I came across Electric sit tens and its the greatest medicine on earth for that troube A few bottles of moIIsfactlon guaantecd by all druggists HUSTONVILLE LaFon Carpenter of Nanhvllle Is on a visit to friends In this olty J W Allen sold to D C Allen a car of silos borfs for a premium over SioQuite a number of our people will at tend tbe picnic at Yosemite on the glo rious 4th It you want an Ideal homo In the bluegrass at a bargain address W R Williams Box 82 Hustonvllle Ky We have Information that In the near future we are to have a very handsome Porch attachment to our ponofllce Blackberries are on our inirkot but too nigh yet to jam We have a large crop and the price will soon decline Id a game between Vlckiburg and Monroe with Camnltz In the box ho gamebyTbe Liberty Cornet Band with their new uniforms passed through en route to Danvllle where they were engaged to play for a picnic W S Huffman and wife who have been rusticating among the verdant bills and dales ofithelr childhood home loft Wednesday for their homo In Nich olasrllle Ed Carpenter lost a fine mare this week She was found In the pasture with a broken let and had to be shot She was supposed to have been kicked J W Lookridge bad a fine milk cow to die Wednesday supposed to be from eating lobelia Will D Hooker who stood a oIvll service examination for the position of slorekcepergauger at Danville In No vember last was recently commission Sblpmlndlstlllerv a good man down Our live stook dealers MoCormaek 5 Cowan seem to have gotten Into tbe push from the jump They report the purchase of 52 lambs of J S Carpenter at Me 35 of John Allen at He 40 ewes of Pipes Bros at 1380 74 stook owes of Frank Hnnn at 82 75 to e1 75 stock ewes of Jeffare 5c Co at 12 30 and 500 stock ewes In Wayne at 1260 to S3 C T Bohon one of our leading mule dialers sold to Thoa Matllngly of Lebauon a nice pair of 4 year old mules for 1396 Pipes Bros sold to the same party a pair 3yearolds for 83CO When buyers want etock they come to the Wont End Pipes Bros sold Hen ry Bright of Danville 100 acres of timothy bay at Me per hundred baled out of the wind row and delivered at Moroland Misses Jonnie Lynn and her visitors Mlseoi Daniels and Edwards of Paris are visiting Miss Ada Alcorn Mrs Will Vandiveer of Harrodtburg and her beautiful little daughter are visiting Mrs W B Wright Midi Jula Stagg leaves today to spend the Sum mer In tbe mountilnsof Wayne Misses Gertrude Tucker and Mayme Raw tinge of Danville spent several dove with alias Suale Frye Mrs Jas Woods see MoCormaek Is with her parents this week Miss Frankle Kauffman of Lances ter Is visiting relatives hero Mrs Nannie Owens of Camp Dick Robin son is visiting her slater Mrs John S Goode Mice Sudlo Ellis of Stanford is visiting Mr and Mrs John A Blaln Mra Rattle Speed Orr Supt of Public Schools of Pendloton county and her daughter Miss Lutle are visiting Mrs Mary Weatherford Miss Mary Bagby of Danville la with relatives hero Mr Samuel Owens Is In Wayne looking af tor Beaver Creek matters Mr Ed Owens of Camp Dick Robinson was with his uncle Sam Owen here this week NaooyWaredriving near the railroad track close to McKlnnoy became badly frightened by a fast train running up behind them and as their horse started oil at a brisk gait Muse Cunningham jumped alight log on her head Miss Ware jumped badly spraining her ankle and Miss Redden kept her seat and soon getting control of tbe borae returned finding Miss Cunningham unconscious and she Is now suffering with concussion of the brain and Miss Ware will be on her crutches for some weeks Will Buy It BackI You isumo no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Craig A Hooker will re fund your money If you are not satisfied after using It It is everywhere admitted to bo the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never falls It is pleasant sate and reliable Oh John there are somo lovely hats In that window Yes I know They look so well there that It would be a pity to tako any of them away Work has been stopped on the new courthouse at ParIs by the architect because some of tbe stone used was not he claim according to specifications Remit for your subscription A HOT TIME Is bound to come before long Prepare for it by getting some Thin Clothes now before the rush We hnYoill 60l11ine of Summer Clothing Low Shoes and other things to make you comfortable during the hot weather IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KB 11BliQIES1 J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky r I rrJm t oJ The Great Sanitary Refrigerators Yukon and Economic Solid Ash Antique Oak Finish Grnnito Rock Wool fllled removable flues adjustable sliding shelves white enameled provision chambers tiot 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 lacquered brass Full stock Call on us at 124 Main Street Phone 10 HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Invest In Painte Paint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints those days go far ther andflast longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate itsjQUALITY Pennys Drug Store StanfordI YOUNG MANt Drop in andjiexamine our line of 300 andl350 LowCut Shoes n W E PERKINS A MoIBOURNE Lancastor Ky Offers his services as uotoinur to tho people of Lincoln County He will please you both In work and f price Write to him t Crab OrchardI STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREEMSBalaam Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias BoddlngandPhone i9rliig 3 i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W FRANK MC KINNEYI It a candidate for the nomination for SherlH of Un coin county subject to tee action of the Democratic party THOMAS D NEWLAND SR lsa canJILole for Sheriff of Uncoln county utJecl to the action of the democratic rrty GEO W DE BORD- Is a canaUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county ubJect to the action of the democratic puny t T JEFF HILL SR Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county ubJed to the action of the democratic pal1YI JESSE C L NNIIs candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of Ibe democratic rtyIWIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action oft democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county ubjeclI to the action of the democratic party Democratic Ticket for Governor J C W J3ECK1IA2I For Lieutenant Governor i W P TUORNE J For Aiulitor of State S IV HAGER For H M BOSWORTHI For Attorney General NBHArSIFor Secretary of State IT V McCHESNEY 1For Superintendent of Public Inttruciion J 11 FUQUA For Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN dFAW For Railroad Commissioner I C C MCHORD For Circuit JudgeEM C 8AUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAMr For Representative J M ALVERSON TUB progress of railway building Iiit always an Interesting thing to watcbZ Reports for the six months beginning with January 1 1903 show that 2221 miles have been constructed In that time that Oklahoma with 240 miles leads and that Maine with two milet Is lowest In the tcile whllesomo States and territories have added nothing to their mileage Texas and Indian Ter ritory show more than 200 miles eache The greater extension of railways In the South as compared with other sec tions of the country la again noticed s but It is not so marked as Ip some oth er reports of the last five or 10 yearst Iowa and Pennsylvania ere the tbanInortbern States 100 miles of new trackIBRADSTREETreporta that six months trade returns point to actual business having been better than a year ago 1 and the situation as a whole shows fa vorable features predominating as to the future Railroad earnings are bet ter than was earlier expected despite flood interruptions In the first part of n the month and returns for the first week of June show a gate of 9 per cent over a year ago while those for the second and third week Indicate increas es of 10 per cent In excess of last year J THE INTLIUOR JOURNAL nominates Senator James B McCreary for chair man of the democratic campaign com mitten He proved the right man in the right place when Gov Beckham was a candidate before and it he would i accept the position again he would help to clarify the political atmosphere more than anything else Lexington Democrat t TUB agony is over the suspense is ended Yerkea has declared for BelkI isnap for governor and that IEverylittle store keeper gauger and internal revenue employes must iJnow fall into line But even that wont him Wilson Is as sure of the republican nomination as a cent Is for cakofTHIS AND THAT t Isaao Campbell aged nine was given three years for stealing a bicycle at Lexington t Three persons wore killed and great r damage done to property by a tornado In Minnesota r Four employees of the Mobile post oDIco have been discharged for alleged violation of the civil service rules and l 9making false statement to poatofflce i Inspectors Thirteen thousand union miners in the Birmingham district quit work J t pending the adoption of a new wage scale Operators and miners failed to reach an agreement ii I 1sctetli a j Fe =as tzsrpc James Carlisle dropped dead ol hearl disease In Mercer Chicago capitalists are preparing to utilize the power of Cumberland Falls Gov Beckham offered a reward of 8250 for the arrest of the murderer or murderers of Louis F Fox at Ore Mrs Chas A Dana widow of the noted editor died in New York from the effects of Injuries received In a fall Six hundred workmen in the shlp yards at Camden N J went on a strike for shorter hours and high wagesCharles S Brent one of Lexington wealthiest and most prominent hue ness men Is dead A J Tharper a barber of Mt Sterling died while chloroform was belnl administered preparatory to an opera Alexander Beaublen the first child in that city has been retired from the police force of Chicago oa account of old age- Trustees of Rush Medical College have raised 11000000 thus assuring a gift of 10000000 promised by John D RockefellerFour indictments were roturc ed by the Fayette grand jury in connection with the Lexington Investment Company cases The mother of Claude OBrien Ibe murderer of A B Chino called upon Mrs Cblnn in Lexington but the latter refused to see her John Barrett commissioner general of the St Louis Exposition to Asal and Australia was appointed United State minister to Argentine The funeral directors of Loulsvlll have Increased the cost of carriage from 83 to 84 each because rubber tlru demanded on carriages Three men attacked the jailer of Fleming county at night probably with view of rescuing a prisoner The jailer put them to flight with a revol ver Near Trenton Todd county But Garth shot and killed Younger Wat tins The shooting grew out of a pre bus difficulty which occurred last Saturday Judge James Bangle has employed JV T Lafferty and J I Blanton two leading attorneys of the Harrison county bar to assist In the defense of Jett ind White POLITICAL State Secator John LWbi head of nillamsburg has announced himself s a candidate for commissioner of ag Ibulture subject to the action of the republican party Lem K Conner private secretary to Congressman Gilbert has resigned his positIon Mr Gilbert has appointed U talented daughter Miss Miry Eli- Iboth Gilbert as his secretary The Iowa republicans In convention t Des Moines renomInated Gov Cum- mins and named a full ticket A com promIse platform was adopted and both he Cummins forces and the stand patters are claiming a victory A rigid enforcemunt of President oosevelta order of silence has result I In a cessation of news regarding the istoQIce scandal Postmaster General Payne looks Improved In health nee the order went Into effect President Roosevelt signed an order makIng reservations of land In Porto leo for the usn of the United States cede not reserved accrue to the Is nd government and will yield about 1500000 to be used for educational purposes when sold The Postofflce Department Is said to lye under consideration a plan to prevent the current favoritism to republl caosln the matter of rural free dellv ery routes Inspectors are to pass upon routes in the order of the date of filing of the applications for them Additional clerk appointments and omotlona In the postal service became effective Wednesday thereby Incrcas Inu the salary rolls over 31000000 Sere were also put into effect 896 new rural free delivery routes making total of approximately 16000 routes In operatIon COL JAMES W GUEST t Crab Or cbard was in Danville this week and told the News that the tale at his town this year will be the meat ever seen around hero He says the citizens of- bls community are In correspondence wltb the governor relative to securing tbe banging of Whitney and OBrien tbe Lexington murderers at the fair oundqon Friday the 24th that being Ihe day set for the execution He says U this attraction can be secured their fortune will be madeIAtlanta And Return via Queen S rcscont Route One fare round trip plua 25c Tickets on sale July 7 8 0 10 good returning until July 15 wltbI prIvilege of extension until Aug 15 on deposIt of ticket and payment of 50o at JoInt Agency at Atlanta For a lazy liver Chamberlains Blom- ach and Liver Tablets They invigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bilious attacks For- sale by Craig A Hooker Stanford Ky I NOW occupy tbo storeroom near augbmana mill and will be glad to do- any kind of upholstering or repairing of furniture I also buy antique furniture Edward Johnsoa ASUEVILLU AND IRETURiOne fare- for the round trip plus iiJune 11 12 13j July 22 to 27 via Queen Crescent Route Ask ticket agent for partlcu lari NOTICE I The Frith Hotel at Brodboad 110 Is for rent Fos tilon given Aug 11 1003 rblt Hotel li situated near Depot at Ilrodbea4 and ti well located for trawling men Ad dress J O FHITIT Urddhcad Ky Farm For Sale I Richard Simpson homestead farm near Gilberts creek Depot has 100 acres and II barn etc and ha adjolgoodInlt John and Alex Traylor and Wm HulTmn Separate tracts SIMPSON IIE1RS Lancaster Ky Report of the condition of The Commercial Bank OF LIBERTY KYIAt the close of business June 30 1003 XK5OURCES Loans and discounts 5tWfl IS 646 00 Overdrafts Due from bank 1613 2 Ranking house and lot 22JO lit Furniture and fixtures 580 Ie and other cash Item 347 0 7701Cash IS 8118680 9 LIABILITIES Capital stock 20000 00 8060 00 Surplus fund Undivided profits 121 14 Individual deposits subject check M5M 55 113WO 99 Earning last six f1901 lit Disposed of as fo11owlICurrent expenses paid 1015 Dividend 145 per cent 1000 00 Added to surplus 78119 Undivided profits 121 14 tj081 III Ono A PBKwrrr Cashier Annual Statement of Condition First State Bank of Junction City At close of business Juno 30 1WKJ URSouncus Loans and discounts341021 19 Furniture and fixture 1000 00 tanking house and lot 1654 00 Duo from banks1203S 41 Cash 4271 81 65T iS5 49 LIABILITIES CapUalstockI ooo 00 orpins and profits 804 42 idirMual deposits 40 131 O- JDue to banks 00000 855486 41 Gross earnings for the year 2743 7 HSTOSKD OP AS FOLLOWS oneral expenses ltfM Iv No 2 0 per ct BOa 00 Adde4 surplus 1 pr ct ISO CO Undivided iiroflta 4 42 2743 15 MD IlAXSDKLL Cashier Report of the Condition of National Bank of Hustonvillc Ky At close of business Juno 30 1003 RKSOURCRS Notes and bills 8120448 74 82341 U SBondstosecuroclroti latlon 12SOOOO anking housed Furniture 2600 00- Due from U S Treasurer 025 Due from banks 6212205- ash 1301505 8202036 15 UAIUUTIKS Capital Stock i OOoo 00 10000 00 Surplus acllvidod Profits96t 50 dividual juuiiuu Nut bank notesoutstandin 12IlU0 00 Tax Fund 80000 202035 16 PROFIT AND LOS- SDalanco Dec 31 1002 1102 40 Earnings past months 6450 10 88558 05 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS 1737 15 irrent expenses Ivldend 5 w cent 2600 Fund to pay taxes 800 00 ayes profit and loss 3621 60 s5580- J W Hooker Caihler Koportof the Condition of Lincoln County National Bank At oloso of business Juno SO 1003 RESOURCES LQans and tliscounts183660 74 rerdrafts 1100001 U S Bonds roooo 00- Othor Stocks 2100 00- Duo from banks 37840 8- 2FIo per cent fund 2600 00 Danklng Houso k Fixtures 3600 00- Cash 148C010 30627 57 UAHIUTIUS Capital Stook 8 OOOOoo- Suaplus Pund46Jj 70 Premiums 2054 05 rculntion 50000 00 dividual Deposits 100685 32- Due to Bunks 0058 Fund 1002 87to pay tuxes 8805627 C7 Earning months eciJIn Juno 30 7181 DiSTiunuTHD Ivldond No 103 per cent 81600 00 2070 Funtl F sponsoa to pay taxed 1160 00- Bad debts charged oil 857 D ink Houeo 60000- arplusFund 600 00 37184 41 lii alYsllpQe tTi T 8 wrORND r SUMMER BARGA INSEOur buyer who is now in the market purchasing goods has sent us the greatest values ever offered Remem I ber all these goods were bought lateiin the season hence these extreme 1 LOW PRICES 50 dozen corsets white pink and blue Ev cry corset worth 75c our price SUc 50 dozen corsets worth 89o our price lOc 5 dozen 1 corsots our pricelc25c corset covers nowl1c89c corset covers l1ow2tc f 50 litdios muslin pants now 29c 75 Indies muslin pnnts l1ow3 c 1 gowns nicely mmloODcLa- dies 20c ribbed volts nowJlcLa- dies 15c ribbed vests now 9c Ladies 35c ribbed vests now 19c Sorosis mercerized skirts wore 150 now USe Ladies nccordian pleated skirts black or Remember we making PRICES on in our Buy from us and save not lM B CO S B LEVYMnnapor A H PRICK Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky DOeotfr YcaobertaDroe Store In the Oesfsy R A JONES DENTIST Offlc over lliggina do McKinncjs Stor Telephone Jo 01 DR Pf Wa Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Offico In Myers Houso Flats d W Wallace Zi Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HorsoShocro West Main Stroot Stanford Kentucky H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call NOTICE FARMERSTh Drown Wire rencete the ttrontetl the most duraN best fence made It fully rntvUti for exrn ton and conUKMon anj the stay tykes are the fare fire I hoilj will sea any htollllih and sire Ieace destred ample In court house var HUBERT PARPEVTER Aeent Also dealer In finest BaieJ Plymouth Rock chlkenl REPlRENCES Musts Georet Spanner Jas Plummer and Dr J G Carpenter have examine and trlcJ the Drown Wire Fence and pronounce It the best and cheapett In the wall For Lift or Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Ofllce N W Cop Mrer Hotol DnUdlng 2nd Floor Stanford Many good but r only one best Tho strongest in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness FOR SALE TboTrlbble House Junction City Ky loITer this wellknown hotel with nil It Furniture for tale It H located In Junction City Doyle county Kentucky at the crow- Ing of the Cincinnati Southern and the division of tho L k N R II and li the dinner stand for the latter road It U largo twoitory frame metal roof build log containing 35 rooms fronting 200 feet on tho L A N II It and feet on the C S The lot contain about 2 12 acres of ground has splendid barn and outbuildings of fruit and splendid water Tile Is one of the boot hotel In Kentucky has an eitablUhed Commercial trado For further particulars write or call on A TRIBBLE Junction City Ky f blue mohair wore 10 now X550 e 500 skirts no8O i 100 skirts no2USJO-O skirtsnowS1DSLadies 76c hand purses now 89o Ladies 50o silk collars now 89o Ii Moils 1 shirts now Too + 1 ttrJi1Mens 75c shirts 110U0Mens 40c shirts 110800i Mens coat and pants wool crash suits f 1Iare specialieveryarticle storee l money Why THE GRAND LEADERLEVY Prors Uaudtat StanfordKy I J Accident companies Equitable Knoxville a plenty r 8 Withers Furniture COTI DenIals in Fino Furniture Cnrpots Kugs Wall Paper AVindow SJindos I fee Munufaoturora of PiaturotFninioa f RANGE SALE IJ 11 We will offer eight of the BEST I RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go At 1425 The 25 kind will go at The 30 kind will go at 917stTho 835 kind will go ataD O Tile 840 kind will go at S476 The 60 kind will go at1460Yo-uhave never had such an opportunity pro Bcntod to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be sot up in your kitchen and guaranteed iMIOEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky W H Mueller Watclumtkcr and Jeweler STANFORD s KY Good quality in goods Good work In repairing and REASONABLE PRICES GUARANTEED I It Is Gratifying to FindeOur efforts to place before our Customer the best there 1s Id rGROCIERIESIslion New articles make their 7alwaysof critical and particular buy crs yet prices are just as low as houses who do not otter these Inducements Bo Hare to call and look if you with to bo post ed Alto handle dally the nest bread cakes and plus J W PERRIN tilt Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky WANTED ITwo hundred old BugRlts Surrlei Ilmeions and Driving Wagons to paint and repair Prices low and nil work promptly done lean save you MONEY o- nRUBBER TIRES I have one of the best rubber tirosmachines In Central Kentucky Can put on the very best tires cheaper than any one W J ROMANS Lancaster Xy e F i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAMFORD KY Juy 3 10- 03rI filllnc your prescriptions wo uio proportlonlsot do bettor It yon paid ui double tbo price which U always reasonable Pe- nT cpc Drug StoreiPERSONALS MR W FRANK MCKINNEY IB III j DR WU OBANNON was to LCXDR yesterdayMiss UUUCii Ii visiting friends V a Crab Orchard Mn GEOUOK D UotiEti spent sea toral days In Loultvllle Miss LHLIE IEYTON of Mlddlcsbo v ro It with friends here MR A L LEVY of Soux City la li with hit brother and titter hero MR SiONRV LEVY of Loulivllle li a guest of hit uncle Mr 8 B Levy MR J L TOTTBX and Mln Eulab Totton went to Loulivllle yesterday MRS JOSEPH CAMIIIELL and Mln Campbell are wishing la Casey 4Pearl LINDA OWSLEY li with her sin W 1 Walton In Lexington MISSES MARY D AND MAUDE CAR- TERf ard are visiting friends at Crab Orcb MR WT MILLER of Mlddleburg 1 was hero yesterday hiring printing done i MRS NANNIE S SAUPLEY is at the King note Crab Orchard for her health MI88 8SALLIE AND AaNRS MOORE t of Cincinnati are guests ot Miss Lena Reynolds MR WILLIAM DUNEVn T and fam fly of PllUburjr were guests at Mr J D Daitlni MRS M J AliRAMS and son Alva Abrams ate back from a visit to rela tires at Versailles TUB Somerset Journal says that Mr J E Claunoh has gone to Martins Tlllc lad to recuperate MR CIIAHLHB ROWLAND of Uleh mood ls the genial clerk at Crab Or chard Springs this season MItS WAVERLY HAMILTON I6 ap I from nenderMn on a visit to her par enc Col and Mrs W II Daddarar Miss EDITH WALKBK of Danville and Mitt KaUttrio Walls of Junction City are with Miss Lwilla Johnson id nvllht MlSRa MARY B11u mia ami Car rie Webb of Chios co her CMst wool to narrd barg ylydsy to astead a hose party DK 0 P IURVIBLLB wircnml baby and Sleole galley srf Si Louis arrlv eU VydBfnJny to visit Dr sad Mrs alAIyITHOMPSON and wife of Lancaster passed through Wednesday 1to UtuiooTllle to vtelt the fatally of Mr B8 Powell COL W U WHLCII of Stanford one of the leadteg lawyers of tboKlgbth district was In Louisville on business iCourier Journal HOLT c wand Mfss Elizabeth lush of Wyoming arrived Tuesday to visit the formers parents Mr and Mrs W It Underwood MR FRED HAILS and soninlaw Mr Monk of Rockeaitle were hero yester day consulting the Central Kentucky Real Estate V Title Co about alarm MRS W H nOLDBRMAN of Spring field and Misses Ola Octavla Ells bath end Lula May Ilolderman of Frankfort are guests of Mr and Mrs w Henry Holdermsn- SRERIFF M S BACOIIMAN took his daughters Misses Pueblo Elltabclh sod Enio Banghman with him to Frankfort Tuesday and showed then the sights of the capital oily MKfiDAMESLEEOlRDLBR Of Louis vllle and Amanda Miller of George v town and Mr Samuel Nunnelley of Cbllesburg are guests of the families of Messrs L 0 and P P Nunnelldy Ma J BKECHBR ADAMS It conflned to his bed with a slight attack of pneu manta Mr A E Gibbons and son will leave tomorrow for Mlddlcsboro visit tbo family of Mr George Poyton t Advocate MISSES ELIZA KINKEAD and Kath once Wood leave today for Crab Or chard Spring Mrs Blackburn Kin kead Miss Klnkcads mother has been there for several weeks Lexington Democrat is MR GKO D WEATHERTORD of Hue tonvlllo was In the city yesterday returning from Chicago where be wont to see The Picket trained by Carrol Reid his follow townsman win tho great Derby Mr Weathorford la ono of tho most popular gentlemen In his section and has a score of friends i Lexington who always extend tb glad hand when becomes to town Lexington Democrat- IT will be news jo his many frlonda that Mr 11t Bush the wellknown young attorney who has resided here Ion the past few years has left Rich mond to accept a lucrative position In Philadelphia Miss o has been r manently retained as legal advisor the Central Mississippi Company a ItprominentStato Mr Bush will bo greatly miss ed In local circles but our loss will bo Mississippis gain Energetic brainy andandwo prophecy that be will be heard from We extend to him the best of Glebes for a prosperous and honored future Richmond S ICAIT T E Bum is BOURNE Is Improving Miss JENNIE WREN continuos ill botterthlpreaUMrsCW G WITHERS Is working In the S1cKlppoysIlON J S OWSLEY SR Is in Nash RManPROP MILTON ELLIOTT JR of Ken lucky University Lexington was hero yesterday ChalDooleyT D Raney A LITTLE son arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs A D Barnett at Row land yesterday MRS EMMA CAHTWIUGHT and he daughter Miss Mary Cartwrlght o Louisville are guests at Mrs J M White Miss MAY BODINE and Messrs Walker and Crawford of Louisville and Short and Perkins of Plnevllle will arrive tonight to ylsU the Poland Mils Katberlne Walker Perryvlllo came yesterday LOCALS FRESH bread every day at Willis TRY Keane bread Best made On sale at Perrlns THE postolUce will be closed from 2 to C p m to morrow July4tbI Tin noded was the cold est June lo the history of tho weather bureau TilE L k N offers 11700 round trip rate good for 12 days to Atlantic City Aq6 YOUR city taxes aro duoThe books are ready so please call and pay R G Jones olty marlbalIIDRAft ID mind the picnic given by Jones A Keliay near Yosemite tomorrow IUad ud olebereIYOUR account Is drawnand ready for you July let le at hand so pleas- call and settle J R Btatlcy tV8 are In receipt of a ooP1tor tbeI Orchard fair Is one of the most complete we have ever seerAdrooats4l Soot Ferris died at Crab Orchard late yesterday afternoon and bis burlul will occur at the old homestead at 3 oclock this afternoon Extended notice next Issuo KlNDRlCK Mrs Kale Klndrlek tbo aged mother of Mrs J W Moore died at the Utter hone last night No arrangements for the burial bad been made at tbo early hour wo soot to press HON P P xtll bo chief orator at Qatsocks picnic pear Bales Well tomorrow He will rialto the Declaration of Independence and John Adams speech In support of It and will make a talk of several hours duration on the topics of the day JUST as we go to press a telephone message states that Owen Miller who has been at the homo of Mr Sam near MoKluncy died th morning of consumption Ho was 27Sryears old The remains wilt be D to Wayne county lor f nterment TURNPIKE CONTRACTS Persons having contracts to spread gravel or band broken rock on the turnpikes aro reminded that same must be on tbo margin of the road in condition to be measured and spread not later than Aug 15 1903 or their contracts be coon null and void TilE warm weather of tbo last low days has made people dock to Crab Or chard Springs and Manager Willis thinks ovary room In the three largo buildings will be filled by July 15th There Is ovary reason why the magnlf Iceot Summer resort should bo crowd ed from Juno to Septembert UEORUE LOUAN eon of Willie Logan colored was fatally shot at Attcrson 0 Saturday night by a Negro know as tbo St Louis Kid who has not yet been arrested Logan died Tuesday and the body was brought hero for burial Wednesday Before ho died Logan said he had given his slayer to causo for shooting him r r maedo d of tbo parties county cndorao the Issual and sale of bonds for tho purpose of building a new court house wo interviewed Mr W S Burcb chairman of tbo democratic county committee as to the position of that committee in reference to tho proposition Ho slid that ho was bent ofIlp la favor of a now court house and that bo believed every member of tbo committee would be as ho had spoken to almost allot them and they were strongly In favor of the proposition that tho first limo the commltteo mot the matter would bo brought beforo them and ho believes the Isaual and sale of the bonds will bo unanimously endorsed by tbo commltteo and ho ap proves of the committee doing so FRESH vaccine points on hand Craig it Hockcr ALL kind of fireworks for July 4tbI at Farris Coa ATTEND W C Greening sale atI Hustonvllle today LOST a Meerschaum pipe and case Leave at this onlceIIPURr Gorman Seed for sale cheap Carson Peace WEDNESDAY was the 40th anniversa ry of the battle of Gettysburg GRADEIS school ale call and pay W H Wcaren treasul errsFoR SALE Chicago typewriter Used only a few weeks Wlllsellcbcap This olUceIIBETTER do your banking business to BierfLOST gold locket with Dot engraved ou one sldo and 1003 on the other Return to Miss Dot Camnitz Hustonvllle Ky eWE are preparedto tore wheat and will buy It any time at the highest market price See us bolero you store or sell Fumes Roller Mills Parson tc Wonner PropIITHERE were three colored burials here Wednesday George Logan who was killed at Attcrson 0 Creasy Smith who died in Indianapolis and and George Baughman a youth of about 22 COMMENCING Monday July Gtb wo will metro a special sate on all fancy silks If you need a waist or dross pattern we have lovely things for you at prices lost will certainly show you a very great saving and every piece on sale will be offered at less than COAt price Jubn P JooelIILAWRENCE Mr W E Lawrence a good citizen of the Gilberts Croak section died Wednesday aged about of a complication of troubles Do Is survived by a wife who was a Miss Pepplas and several daughters Mr Eetlal citizens of his neighborhood was a splendid man and bis depth Is the cause of mush regret RECRUITING STATION lUorultlng Sergeant Joseph Borger of Lexington has opcaed a recruiting station In room vo911pera Qouio data where be hopes to have a largo number of able bodied mia between 21 and 35 call and converse with him lie Is represent ing Capt Stogidall of Lexington who will be hero In a few day TUB station will be open until July 18 THR Uustonvillo tale catalogue Is in tbo hands of the printer and with good luck they will be read by the public next week The premiums aro over more liberal this year than over and no ring has been omitted that would Interest the equine admirer Samoas full bead has been engaged and the of fleers are hard at work securing at tractions that will add to the pleasur of the thousands who will attend the Ilustonvlla fair July 20 30 and 31 DANVILLETho Presbyterian church of Perryvlllo will hold a Sun school picnic July 4th In the wood leland belonging to Mr Joo McDowell T O Miller proprietor of tho Globe Clothing Store Is having tbo interior of his storeroom newly palo ed giving It a very handoomo appear vane Frye ft Greening are moving their brick plant to Lexington Th Danville ball team was defeated yet terday at NlcholQBvlllo by the team of that clip Mrs NL Stout dlpd at tho residence of her slater Mrs Mote Rot inson on the Lancaster pike Mrs Stout bad been In poor health for some time She was formerly a resident Boyle county but had been living San Antonio Texas for several year- Adpocata Bm FIRE AT PAINT LICK A fire broke out at 130 oclock Tuesday moro eg at Paint Lick and soon consumed he best business blocks of the town It originated In A B Ejtrldgoa far mercantile house which was soon de I0etroyedtbo account books The now two stor y brisk beak building W H Fishre drug store Sam Jennings1 saddler store John Duncans barber shop tbo I O O F hall containing the 0 j Follows K of P and Maaonio reg lia Dr Cascnberga office Burnam Rockers largo warehouse contalnin grain flour and lumber and the cal e phono exchange worn all soon ewe away Eatrldgos loss la 114000 wit an Insurance on stock of 17000 and on house of 14000 W H Fish carried 1400 Insurance on his Block His loss is 6000 The bank building was In lured for 5000 the full value But Dam fc Ruckora loss la 5000 partly covered by insurance John Duncan loss of harbor fixtures Is 1300 The to epbone exchange loss Is 1300 The I 00 F tho Maeonio and K P orders lose 500 each RL Jennings Co storeroom was damaged to tbo extent of I1GO Mrs Isaac Arnold wife of the proprietor of the Veranda Hotel BUS tamed a painful Injury by falling over backward Into a pit and breaking both bones of the leg Just above the ankle FOR Binder Twine see I M Bruce SUMMER Is here In earnest The mercury was up In the OOs yesterday TILE glorious fourth Is almost upon us How are you going to spend it Yi DIvisD S Carpenter Hustonvllle WE secondhand binder for sale Has only been used ono season Carson it Pence- WANTEDPupils elocution and physical culture Class room at red deuce on Main street Mrs Mettle V Kirby 41 I WILL LEWIS colored was fined 810 yesterday for drawing a rock on Sher iff M S Baughman when ho asked him feeble taxes- WANTEDWould like to havu t3500 at 6 per cent for five years Can good mortgage on real estate Lock Box 178 Stanford if HATS Lets then cot until Jnly IS after which time my store will be clos ed for vacation PI ease call and pay your account Mrs G Singleton SPECIAL SALE Over 2000 corsets at Grand Leader 60c corsets at 39c COo corsets at 43e II 25 corsets at OSc Every one guaranteed Grand Leader TilE reunion will be held at Peytons Well on Saturday Aug when all the Peyton relatives are expected to be present Dr J F Peyton ls looking forward to the event with much pleasure I CARRY passengersbetween Stanford and McKInney for boo each way and from Turnersvlllo 25o each way Will carry small trunks for 25o and smell packages at reasonable prices Gco Barnes Wearen contractor Tim children of Nicholas Cosby de ceased four sons and five daughters most of whom were born and raised la this county expect to bold a reunion In Cincinnati July 6 at the homo of John COlby their youngest brother Mesdames W T Tucker and T J Hill accompanied by their aunt Mrr B Hill will go from here STATEMENTS of the Lincoln Nation al and First National Banks of this place National Dank of Hustonvllle and First Stato Bank of Junction City appear in this Issue Read them and seo what strong banking Institutions we have in this section LATER Stone the abuse was put In type the state DaoklagOJhave oome In and they also appear In another column To TUB DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY No one has solicited me to become a candidate for tbo video of as sesbor but I think at the proper time time I will be and I hope my friends and enemies If I have sop will not pledge themselves to any ono until the candidates all come out and then look over the whole bunch and vote for me I want tbo office because I seed the pay there Is In It I never asked for an office but here always voted and work ed for the democratic ticket Very respectfully Thos D Best MISSES KATHERINEAND ELIZABETH BECK gave one of the prettiest enter talomanu of the sasses Thursday eve nlop at their beautiful country homo Rose Hill complimentary to Miss Hunt one of Winchesters most attractive young ladles The noon was welIwere received by Miss Beck Mr W D Edward Miss Hunt and Dr Beck Dainty refreshments were served and sweet music helped to make the affair complete The occasion will be pleas sally remembered by all A GUEST ofRev E R Pike of Lawrenceburg theeat Moo day PUBLIC SALE ongImplementsNewcorn drill and cultivators secondhand faml1ywillped Iron and many other thing too numer ous to mention Will also toll 3f Ice house EllingtonaIndebted to me will please settle by July 3 thegthat date Terms mode known on day of sale W C OUFEMNO HyhSECOND ANNUAL Fourth of July Entertainment 01liejaatrerIand over Si to winner Afternoon Progras Nitlon byEIJNustonv premium of ea to wlnier aw Eat to IImUliChilidtputlesfree Norse UnJ sc JONES at KELSEY MtfS Hanan Shoesat300 and 000 4 Douglas Shoes 300 and 350 You know they ARE GOODI Let Us Shoe You a Cummins a McClary 9 i HOT Is the Weather and we cant change it but we can greatly change its effect upon us by dressing to suit the Weather Soft Light Underwear Negligee Shirts Low Collars Narrow Ties Lace Effect Socks Narrow Light Weight Suspenders Feath er Weight Straw Hats anew thing Serge and Crash Coats and Pants LowCut Shoes all tend to make us comfortable now We can fit and I think please you Let us try HJsVTRoberts y Too Warm to Sew it tjj i tSkirtst Lawn 111 Oxford Waists ut t JiiiSilk Waists at 350 New Skirts at 100 125 j 3and 150 See the new Eta inine Skirts at 500 and SG50 See the New Accordcon m Plaited Skirts ti- j rrc r II SEVERANCE SON i OIL STOVESsot rnaesRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Door and Windows Screen Wire Rub Wire Grass and Bush Hinder LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO d L W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purj osear L J H J THEJNTERIORJOIM Entered n the pos optee at Stanford G tconddatt rnat- kr1PsablthaTusdgpd rt1SvA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH Air Wkcnmet itpildsaOO will bcchtrt 1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION KoJlTrain going North 101pm jioM II 230 a cm J NeM a South 1217r- r m No 23 12S pm FORRENT Sly store ronm recently occupied byWz Severance Will rent for one or more yean J B OW8LE I Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and f Oakes Etc just received Highest market prices for flutter Eggs tc Give a call DIg line of Dry Goods Notions Oents Fur nlshtng Goods Etc Just added to my Itock THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all the year for tbe treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for oon saltation Board and nursing shall be cash la advance weekly and monthly Profos atonal Mils lac wham services are rendered and must U paid promptly t Giboney Jeffries t Livery Food Sale Stablei Liberty Kylr Drummers Rig a specialty nigh Grads Horses and Mules bought and fold Peed horses receive personal attention I I iTralorDILCRa i Wliisku Brandy Wines Bccr j Etc i STANFODOlosetof I PttsiBt and poW a ntion Nothing bit the ktodrMc Mill phoa cr telegraph orders rceiv- ero et aNMlbn- I t JDWOTlnSc Fire and Tornado Insurance I Hepresenw The Home of Now the largest company in the world Assets 12 policy holdersSurplus fie regards I D13C0 3 69 Farm property in t ole Casey Garrard and Lin coin counties Phone 21 i Stanford Kentucky Ii 1 ill B MJInsuran6F Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of Jncoln and Unsey who may be seeking in mrance against lire Lightning F and Tornado None but the and best OldLlne Com panfes represented and the low set possible rales are guaranteed I Phone e- 2Stanford Kentucky f F J Jf k P F MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J K Beazleys Livery Stable r I I MRS L S ADAMS s Cr Inhn TeslUl bluslngtoseven years with weakness and bear i Ingdown and having tried tvi tai doctor and different remedies with no tucctn Wine of Cardul f was the only thingwhich helpedme and eventually me to up the weak parts strengthen the system and correct Irregularities Dy tired women Mrs Adams t means nervous women who have 6 disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian or any of these ailments that women have You can cure yourself nt home with remedrWinorcured thousands of caws which doctors have failed to benrrit Wh not begin to well today AU- druggiatsk have 81 00 bottles 0- nnr liver or bowel duor Thedfordi BlackDraught usedkalooa3ADalaif1l 0 ti i WINEoCARDUI j x A K BALSAMCtaeee growthIHerer JI ir to it Youthful r Itllfa Ilan4athruiri u NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BTOSE 4 S3K Frori JUNCTION CITY KV FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men rain and Hay For Sain Mason Hotel MRS u D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster x Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng firstclass ortors meet all trains 89 J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBbE Stanford Ky Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rat Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealer In Coal Ja L Beazley Co Undertakers and- EmbaImorsE 4y ALSO DXALUS 19 arnUureMattlnjisIlU They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK 11 VC+ V+ Ir 1- w J e s sdelalrIke trlrialiiilielOj 1KII113AL3IERAnd lIABNESS SBDDLERY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS IDNEYand Backache REBladder Dont become discouraged There Is I cure for you K necessary write Dr 1cdiic 110 lias spent a llfo time curing Just itlell- cases as yours All consultations ree light months In bed heavy backache pain and corvnoss across kidney also meu- rnaUrm Oilur remedies tailed Dr Fen- nor Kidney and Backache Cure cured IDa nplutcly II WATERS Hamlet N Y Drlll1511 Me II Ark forCooknoolc Free TuutiANCEPennerrVredortla Hr Y u CBS I e L8XInGTOn D8mOClRftC 8 the only daily Democratic paper published ill the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It I especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor itP Walton Editor 8 Pror Lexington Ky 1 Resolutions passed by the Colored Institute whlcb Is In session at the courthouse WUEUEAS we the teachers of Lln coin county In Institute assemble have enjoyed a week of pleasant and profitable association under tho tutor ship of Prof F L Williams ot Covln ton therefore be It RESOLVED That wo tender to Prof Williams our sincere thanks and ap predation for his very valuable and In struotlvo suggestions and especial for tho Inspiration which his carnet nose nod zeal In the Rreat cause of edu cation has enthused Into tho hearts and minds of our teachers RESOLVED That since the Slnkln Fund Is moro than fully able to meet the maturities or its outstanding obll Cations therefore as an Institute wo petition the coming General Aesera to reduco Us apportionment at least 3 cents and transfer the same to tbe School Fund- RESOLVED That we tender a volt of thanks to Supt Singleton for his 1m partial administration the edudatli al affairs of too county to Prof Eu bank for his thoughtfulness and tmoly suggestions to hues M E Jarman for painstaking services as secretary to Dr TardltT for services as chorlst and to the authorities for tho use of the courtroom Rebpecttully submitted ANNA BUTCHER C H HAYNBS W D TAUDIKP Committee Very Remarkable Cure For DI arrhooa About six years ago for the first time In my life I had a sudden antI severe Rt tack of diarrhoea says Mrs Alice MI- ler of Morgan Texas I got tempoi ry relief but it came book again antI again and for six long years I have sul feted more misery and agony than I cau ten It Will worse than death My hue band spout hundreds of dollars for ithy icians prescriptions anti treatment with put avail Finally we moved to llosqu county our present hone and one day I happened to sea an advertkement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and mar boea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had been ourod by it The CaIe was so similar to my own that I oonolut rd to try the remedy The result Wal wonderful I could hardly realize that I was well again or believe it coud be e ftcr having Buffered so long but that uno bottle of medicine costing but a few cent lured me For tale by Craig Hooker A woman walking a pain rove when a man saw her and hastened after her When she asked bin why he followed her ho replied Beoauso I am in love with you And why are you In lovo with II- I8be asked My sister who comes 1- 1ter mo yonder Is far moro boautlfi than 1 Go and fall in love with her stead The man complied and went back rut only to look upon a woman aa ullr- as sin lie was vexed and returned to- the first woman and said to her Why did vou deceive me And she made answer Did you not also toll me an uo- truth For If you were really In love wltb me why did you turn back to the other wonanN Y Sun Night Was Her Terror- I would cough nearly all night wrlles Mrs Cbas Applepato of Aloxan drla Ind and could hardly get any sleep I bad consumption so bad that ii I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other lediclnua failed three 81 bottles of Di legs New Discovery wholly cured wo- and I gained 68 pounds Its absolutely mranleed to cure Coughs Colds La rippe Bronchitis and all Lung Trouble I iCo60c and fl Trial bottles tree At all drug stores What makes em talk bout death lwave rid In on a pale boss some one alked of Bro Dickey Well was the reply any boss In- de country but a mule would turn pale ter see death comlnAtlanta Con Itutlon Valuable Time Saved Slight Injuries often disable a man and- caU80 several days loss of time and when blood poison develops sometimes result in the loss of a hand or limb Chamber lains Pain Balm III an antiseptic IInll- DeDt When applied to outs bruises and- buroslt causes them to heal quickly and thout maturation and prevents any anger of blood poison For sale b- Craig Hooker Stanford Ky Some damaging testimony if being roughs out In the examining trial of S Vanco King charged with complic- Ity In burning the Oneneboro Iant- factory Several witnesses have tcstl- Oed to seeing him at the factory on tbo- nhht of tho Ore Mrs Herman Spill- Sovs King offered her tBOOto keep quiet abou what she had seen 9th July rates one faro and third- rouDd trip via Queen Crolcont Routo- Tlclrets on sale July 2 3 4 good roo- turnlnR until July 8 Ask ticket agents for particulars To The Lakes Summer Tourist Icketeon sale via Queen ft Crescent Roule Juno 1 to Sept 30 Ask ticket a dente for particulars w = UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almat as good All now for n I111 amount I ean flx your umbrella better than the tf1UB11 repairers and for lees money Give me 4 trial KHAXK ATKINS Stanford TO THE FRRIKER5 Of Lincoln und Adjoining Ooan ties A Liberal Offer I will store your wheat In my elevator at Hustourlllc tree of charge ffOH now until the lit of January 101 IartlM wlhl to hold their wheat longer than that will be charged the relular price for atoreslta All wheat for exchange for flour w II not ho charged for torea K e One pea- per buihel will be taken oil for Ihrlnkge for Ml wheat stored for tale I will agree to buy the wheat at any tlmo at tbe maret price For all wheatdepotltcd for exchange during the next 00 days one of lIour on each bushel of wheat extra will be gt 8n Storeage room for 60000 bushels or mOre U M LILTS Ilustonrlll 4TS OF JCTLYWill be celebrated with great pomp and splendor at J II liataocke near Well lion 1ontalne Fox llobbltt will Ipea the Declaration of Independence and JohD Adams stwrcb In support of it and a pttCh of three or four hours own and pa rt of his speech will be In the language ot those who under Napoleon amid tho shadows ot the Pyramids and who bug lt under Konaparto at AuiVrlltx and charged with him under the trlcoiorcd BIB of Franco across the Bridge of Lodl There will be good sweet wines sad delldl vlnrfdi tosatufy the hungry and aplae the of thirsty All come to aa iltt the celebration of this growl natal dar of our Independence Music and dad all day G I N G1LLOCK rruprr fo- rrue Tonsorial Art Room HUSTONVILLE KY- OUIII wh you want a clean Stave or a Styltok heir Out QUARTERLY UKfORT OF TH- KlEUBIKIiniIIIKG at tile elk ot baslese oa Joe attti 1101 KEKHIRCES sae IacM kerlb 0- orJiarts MC ml e- Serialaaaaecun WI 0hoe NMIesai nib aeM II Imo Inm Sls Btaa Hs ww a tnm Tmt Cumtmtn 7Iye ithsre w Ut fine a tI firra DD- W i e GO ealet0eM- er s rrancy llwb s M d tK 1 tlrrlire urrM M CaM lea dQsNsw AII 111 S fit n s4ogQiieveye r sLIABIL1T1BS 0sIIIIt III II as It ft 4 D4fMllsnMWtoMvtB te WtaIdI t Isle fdnek sMlvyt- waeorslOrMYoIb mows cad eraacaw 1 4145 S4W- os wMdi Moist S SAas Lae tsiiUcsm M tttjUu M ow u Itavw a Is Mil IM rw at Oer1IteJM wM w tpJp SON waw- U 11 tot Ikakerssew n ueesMao a cr CtMck s1YdMe 05NaOat re Mcwad sow w- UaU iMvUeaii waTUeI JIM and imdU fe6et TATS OP KENTUCKY uC- oIIftIy of U cote 1 CnhlerofCrabOrdtafl1 flank ktwnQabOckiJMeIsye lilt tysthe foreROitll rffrt Is In aIIfedaa U melllol the IIol uU Bask at close of- buSIfttIK ithe 10th say of June tool kt the ka 01 Ms kaowMitf ant Mist sod tanker lays Uttile u MMAI sU hunk fu been transact at III- JeCAUoD tuMwil amt tint eruuhare and thai the atwn r iatt Is mall In comrHaite wrh an ottcM notice re- v4 from the tecreuy of Stare dutputkig Ow JOtJI day of JUM eub as thl day on which act rerort shaM b seSubscribed anJ swam t i before me by Wm MaaI- onia the it day of July igot J T CHADWICK Public Wm Mason Morris Cashier W Eo Perkins J II Collier Curtis Cover Dltec tltlS Kcr 51 J21 sM ic oS D 0 d 3 vKiba v = O j Ji IJI ZE0D dr3 s5 tteeroosen 2 i03 rI c g 4 I J IS firs C tog iii 5ltI ccuj1t k C t0o0 sI Y- M CJz o kEeCJCJ c CIZ U Report of the condition of FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanford Ky At the close of business June 30tli 1003 ittsovntrw LonHB and discounts 81329M7l- Sloofca nnd bonds 10151 W Other teal eetnto 0 171 00 Uverf1fttlAi 3ki3 ri Ii2110 09 US BoiuU- Prumlffin 4100000 ou U S HoiHl- sHanklnghouso 2SOO 00 fljcturaa- Dm h2fio0U from Ontika 2315000 1323 ou KonUiekyDue 2050 00 Cusk ou liana 2 731 74 1 UAiJiUTiHs eSMw n 0011101 Stock 5p0oo 00 0Undivided 0eFund to pay future taxes 13309 Total Surplus Fund anfl not profits CC77 ICirculation H ooo 00 Fund to tasos duo 201 10- ImlMilual deposit lC7JfiU 31 Stook rtiduetlon nut oallod for 420 00 Other Habllltios 10000 835111L Gross onrnlnes this six months IiGl28 e Net onrnlngs loft over last six mon 3383 IttUI61OSHD Or AS FOLLOWS 3 0000 1 Ulvldsnd 3 par cent 1600 00 ExiMiasM 20110 TaxespaMa9fr O 00todedeoatReduced cost of furnltura 760 00 Curried to surplull fund lOG 00 LoavwB undivided profits 3080 91 est0a iIo J S llonciw Prtsldent- JNO J MoRoHKKTS Cttihior W li WKAHIW AMt laeblsr etwT1p rCti Q 4- ekrr ar it a callStart Rifcht Dont iorturo your own or the children foot with ill fitting footwear TcnncnA Shoes Do not pinch nor malform the foot Made on lasts that conform to Natures lines Wo eoll thomnly Q I Directors J B Paxton J D Owsiay- S II W O Walker Oeo W Darter AiaI Cutting PRICES as atthe N Y Store w haft put 11seesseeIa hsrdanti 4ep- In use PRIORS ot Msaa sad Vonsh No Meek ran Iasi Ing berPRIrIItwrraHR TbdalMag ar at lb l runlnk lruIalMOeoIk ubely Ilk I ireo mbar pie liars at a few simple of wbMwototo ttfltec MNOtlOTIoNs at- w u e gat at Its Ate Oil Mn Sltoe at IJ HM Women Shoe at et no Clothing alii Dry Good also at frtwUy URnrcru IltlCKS Olft1 a call The New York Store Stanford KU jINext Door to Lincoln County National Bank I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK IIICAPITAL STOCK UHOOOO SbanVt SuecoMor to The Former Hank 1 Trust Orxapany and under same management ooatlnuooil- yfirst Jan We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping each bailnoM relation will prove mutually beceflcUI fOfficers B U BUASK8 President a J n OWSLEY OaiUlat w u nnioiiT o Ant Cashiers curEyesArc constantly clinnging and to guard against badlyvfitting Lenses you should Have Them Tested At least once ti year Ifyour glasses have become scratch ed by frequent vinillf 1nnl endanger your eye t sigbt byI sing them They should bcftchange J as soon as you dont see as wen as you used to through them Craig HockerNPuu 85c ta Svaatp r DESTPHVSICIANSft ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION SyrupIsIn the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach and ts bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 2S ndS clottk Ask your DrujirUt r For Snlo at Pennys Drug Store j The Hustonville Fairs July 29 30 and 31 ta