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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 14 1903 8AM NO 39 THE TEACHERS INSTITUTE IFriday morning Initltuio opened with slnglnc by tho choir led by Mill M URO Traylor Scripture reading r and prayer aid an earnest and helpful talk from Rev Uuey Writing was 811llett ishing up of the week1 work In tbo wAy of a talk on Literature and Art In the Schools by Mrs Kubank Next t to our delight ThIS Last Rote of Sum mer was rendered by Dr Fallls aCt companied by Mrs Foil Tho ap plauie which followed shook the old court house Dr Fallli then kindly I 11Anniesung before In the old building Civil government was Introduced by Mr Philips who created laughter by saying that It should begin at home and that she had Just administered a dose to her own boy when she got homo the evening before Mis McGlary subjectrae After an Interesting talk from Rev Mahooy the resolutions were read by Mr Bishop Tho Institute gathered rout the organ tang God Be With You Till Wo Meet Again the bane diction was pronounced by HeY Maho oy and the institute of IDOl was num beNd with the good things of the put HR6OLUTIONB 1 Resolved That we the teacher of LlMoln oofloty assembled retcrn our sincere thanks to God for the man blawlag of life and that wa hearth endorse the etteUnt otaaoar In which Trot Kubank did bU work and that we recommend him as one of the most Ma Ion s workers In the educational cause Wa altO ratarn our most heart1 thank to our worthy tuparlntandaat Mr G Singleton and secretaries Mls + as Georgia Lewis and Anolo Mo KM and to Dr Lewis of London aw Dr Fallls and wife of Hustonvllle and to the ministers of the town cad all those who aided In our work M That we extend our thanks to the editor In the way of publishing roso lutlons etc 3 Whereas the recent extinguish meat of practically all of the Stales debt renders It unnecessary to sot aside five cents of the State revenue fo Sinking Fund puposes as provided In present apportionment and whereas the present school fund le Inadequate to the demands of the system only a five months term being maintained and at extremely low salaries therefore be It resolved that li Is the tense of this Instltuto that tho coming Gana al Assembly should enact a law changing the apportionment that at lent three cents bo transferred from the Sinking Fund to the School lund 4 Whereas the Legislature has pass ed a law permitting local taxes to bo voted and term of school lengthens bo It resolved that we endorse said 1e That the law requiring attendao of teachers at Institute bo strictly en forced and that to entitle them to a certificate of attendance all teach be present at every roll call unless ex cured by superintendent Whereas the consolidation of coun tr institutes Into a graded euraaor school Instltuto with an able acuity would bo more efficient than our pre enL system of county Institutes bo It resolved that we favor such a law as will make the change Resolved also that Institute Instructors bo required to bold special certificate 7 Whereas tho cigarette Is a most serious menace mentally morally and physically to our school boys bo It ro solved that no ono who uses tobacco bo entitled to aulUolcnt moral ubarao tor to secure a certificate Wheroae the present trustee eya tern Is obsolete and Inefficient rotolv cd that wo endoHo tho system of coun ty and precinct boards to supplant tbo present system 0 Whereas the county Bcboola as present organized aro unavoidably cfllclent owing to tho numerous grad and the limited tlmo for recitation li resolved that we as an lnstltut- petition the Legislature of Kentuc for a law permitting consolidating of districts and transportation of pupils 10 Whereas It has pleased God to withdraw from our midst Mrs Bett Green a faithful earnest and conecie- tlous teacher for many years from ou ideobooleour sympathy to her many bereaved friends Rcsolvod that a copy of the resolution be sent to our State eupor Intendont and to our county papers M Mulllne John Ware E E Bb- h op Committee NOTES As wo look from our secretaries desk Into tho faces of the teacher we aro struck with the fact ot the passing away of the young men from o schools Only Eve or six ears a inearly half of our Llncola county teachers were men Now we havo very tow Have wo as new women grown eo aggr tlva that wa have pushed theyfromschool become lawyers doctor etcY lo those old daps bow wo could argue and quarrel and flirt how pleasant It was to step out when the watchful eye of the Instructor wai not upon us and promenudo and drink soda at the young man expense Now all Is changed and we can only oak whoa oh where- ash the young man gone It has boon suggested that It would bo a dreadful thing If we should have aI terrible storm and blow down tbo old court house and kill all the teachers In tho county But tbloK of tbo bapplI ness of the email boy Irof Kubank Is not exactly a success as a cooking school teacher Ills reo 5 for slow would hardly be followed the good houiowlrns of Stanford Prof L It Hughes Rave many Inter prlvaulyItthe teachers that this is one of too best Institute that we bayo ever had Prof Rubunk has our grateful thanks for the practical help that be has given u along with hla theories of good an evil which grow upon the treo ol knowledge fle brings us down to the ovary day workings of the school room the question that we all really meet and find so difficult to manage Qe know Johnny from both a prsattaeIand psychological standpoint bis larger experience we are helped to deal with lots manyslde problem the null boy We as an Institute leave ooigratuiatad oursalra that he was oboin as our Instructor this qes 1nod we eaagratulate Stanford upon the fut that be Is tho principal of her graded school In oloslng these noble the writer must say that It is the Grit time In bar experience wbleh the Friday morn iDgsafriloaof the Institute has been one of the freshest brightest Had most Interesting of the week MctVery Remarkable Cure For Di arrhoea About six years ago for the first time In MIllie 1 had a sudden and severe at tack of dlinheci says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan 1oUIhI got tempora ry relief but it came back again an eurmore agony can tea It sou worse than death My hu s band spent hundreds of dollars for by lciaus prescriptions and treatment out avail Finally wo moved to Boel uoof county our present home and one day happened to Me an advertisement Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dla ofeoman u by It cue WAS so similar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy The result was wonderful I could hardly realize that 0Iso long that o canaoFAIR DATES reThe following Is the list of fair dates fixed for this year KlrkBvllle July 17 and Crab Ort ban July 22 4 days Georgetown July 98 4 days Cyntblana July SO 4 days Hustonville July OI days Danville August 4 4 days MaJlBOnvllle August 4 days Ilrodhcacl Ang 03 days Lexington August 10 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawronceburg August 18 4 doge Liberty Aug 20 three days Shepbordsvlllo August 36 4 days London Aug 2S three days Somerset Sept I 4 days Itardstown Sept I 5 days Ellzabethtown Sept 8 4 days Howling Green Sept 15 4 days Owonsboro Kentucky btnto Fair Sep tember 21 0 days IIteaveotlon declared that Northern pan Totbone to bluekqr nose cease giving car to prattlo against t South and should unite In praising Southern leader DayarTime busiest and mIghtiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills These pills change weakness eoto strength listlessness Into Doergy braln fag Into mental power They are wonderful In building up the health On ly 25c per bottle Sold by all druggists They woro blod In old Kentucky They were lynched In Delaware They were shot In Indiana And In Texas tad hot air St Paul Globe j TourgRoute Juan 1 to Sept 30 Ask Ne agents for particulllrdI NEWS NOTES Greenup bee bad five jail deliveries In two year Carrvllle Livingston county voted IIIThe grand fury at Evanivlllo returned about 00 indictments against rioters Plttsburg machinists voted to accept the tendered scale of wages and there will be no strike- Thirtysix deaths and 83 prostration occurred In and atoned New York and Brooklyn Friday from heat J P II Crlemoo treasurcrof Spott sylvanla county Va 1s said to be short In his account and missing Murk II Helsimao formerly a mom ber of the Kentucky Legislature from jOuUvlllo Is dead of consumption Four persons were killed and lour Injured at a Pennsylvania railroad srosslng near Redcomb Junction 0 David Bradford was run down ea killed by a freight train at New Hope lo was a nephew of Jefferson Davis John F Blair aged 73 died at Rue ellvlllo In the house In which ho was dbarn and In whleh be had lived all his life Wilson S Baynea trustee of nan cook county Tenn Is missing and an nvestlgallun of ills oRlce has been or dered Decry Stoln a saloonkeeper of Co nmbu Ind was fined tlO for allow ing ministers to loiter In his plaoe of business The Amarloap won the rich Palma trophy In the rifle contests at Blsloy eeaonrd sod Canada third The saddle and bridle used by Harvey Logan In hit flight from the Knox rule jell have been returned to Sheriff Fox through express One person was killed tour eerlonel port and a soars lightly Injured In wreck OB the St Louis Terminal pany line near St Louie Heartbroken because she could not marry her brother Miss Henrietta Dlsller aged lit committed suicide at Cincinnati by taking poison Dr William J Byrne who formerly mlhuedIn his room at Indianapolis Physi Diane think bo poisoned himself Marshal Keown of Fordsvllle shot and fatally wounded Lincoln Smith hffm on an train In Davie c ountyaThe families of Claude OBrien an Earl Whitney the doomed murderer A B Cblnn have given up all ho 1of cccurlng life Imprisonment for t youth Instead of banging Companyr Da ver a capitalization of 8600 000 The company will do a general realty and debenture business eIcharp0 elrflt he a was and tried for stealing a meal sack and ac quitted by order of Judge Lilly The jury didnt avow go out Lafayette Brooks of Morgan county one of tbo moat notorious convicts In the Frankfort penitentiary attempted to commit suicide by leaping from the third story of tho shoe factory a die tango of 40 feet He sustained Injuries which It Is believed will prove fatal Brooks figured In the outbreak at tho Frankfort penitentiary last year when Wallace Bishop a fellow convict was killed It has boen learned that the defense In the trial of Curtis Jett and Toat Wblte may ask for a continuance Oynthluna on the ground tbat the evi dance as given lnt the preceding trial has not been furnished them Ed Odear the stenographer says the man mcrlpt has been In readiness for a week and there has been no call for It Judge Odborno is said to bo of tbo opin ion that a postponement can not be se oared pl0No roan or woman In the State will hesitate to speak well of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after once producee a m prove di geatlon For sale by Craig flock er Stanford Ky Mr Yoder Polgnand otTayloravllle hAs doomed 11000 to found a scholar ship at Central University Danville The Income from tho money la to pay the tuition of some young man at tho college Mr Polgnand Id wealthy and always lends a helping head to say de serving cause A tow years ago he do nated the grounds of Polgnaad Park In his town srFor n lOll liver Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They invigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate attacheknsale by Craig J KINGSVILLE Manfred Cheyoletle of the C S Is building a handsome new residence near tbo cottage now occupied by his mother and slater Rev R H Jones of Lexington will fill his appointment lor the 3d Sun day but will send another K U stu dent as substitute Cal Padgett who was arrested for disturbing the services at the Metho dist cburcb recently was not taken to bavlnlrbeeDfor trial next Friday Our school will open Aug let Miss Lutlo Hicks principal and Miss An nlo McKee assistant and with two such excellent teacher It ought to m goreMr Charles Evans le In Lexington this weak1r Drooke traveling 1Ingerllleafawdaped Addle Upthcjrrove and children of parenuMrLogan Walls who Is recovering from typhoid lover wee not so well yester day Pretty Mlea Kflle B Barey who has been In Lexington the past two seasons sewing not serving ae your types made us say or our own poor penmanship la quite an adept In the art of mantua making As a physician who loves his profession dislikes to lose a case so we regret aid are sin cerely aggrieved when a misrepresen tattoo even a trivial error Occurs In our summary but frequent communi JOURNALI OTTENHEIM ofpcombinedmanother for ISOJ T Ponce Is supplying tbo com munlty with blackberries at 28o per water bucket Jack Manuel has a wife and eight lamtty Mrs G A Adams who has been nursing typhoid lever patents In Lex- Ington Is at home tat a few week rest lamsea by a kick calleddsecpbhoe no ex backof who has been seriously le some better Wm Dyo hebaswltcab bthe sog0as one would care to sec CHURCH MATTERS The Methodist Insurance Board baa neared 14000 churches for 18000000 Russlaa last religious statement re ports Greek Catholic 05850000 Roman Catholics 12150000 Mohamme dans 12050000 Protestants 0760000 Jews 4050000 Armenians Stundlsta etc 4250 000- Quarterlv meeting will be held a the Methodist church beginning Sat urday This wll be the last quarterly meeting of tho year and a large attend ante Is desired Dr Vaughan will do the preaching Under a new and commodious ten wore seated 2000 people In chairs on the rostrum 100 vocalists and the Protestant minister of this city to greet and hear Evangelist M B WII llama of Wlnfield Kaa who this morning preached a sermon that open od tbo 15day tent revival service says a Harrndsburg dispatch Brutally Tortured- A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Uolobiok of Colu sa Cal writes For 15 years I endured Insutlerablc pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried every thing known I came across Electric Bit ten and its tho greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles 01 It completely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney trou blea and general debility Only 60c Sat isfaction guaranteed by all druggists Atlanta And Return via Queen Crescent Route One faro round trlj plus 25c Tickets on sale July 7 8 0 10 goon returning until July 15 with privilege of extension until dug 1500 deposit of ticket and payment of 50o a t Joint Agency at Atlanta es tarforOreeaeatForlar t Ordinary Clothes Wont do for extraordinay weather This sort of temperature requires thin clothing j Serge or Lustre Coats Homespun or Crash Suits Linen Trousers White VestsLow Shoes We have stacks of all these goods and will be glad to show them to you IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied TaOa mILLER DaHYillB KU BOG G IE S nI1 J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky PURE VINEGARS p impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars mistakenideaTheirVinegars Unionbutand place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Vin egar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Come to HigginsMKinneySTANFORD i Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to elugpainting itstgo ther arid last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed Paint willttoIIPennys Drug Store Ky IilEDAU6fiSlOWfN1fUHIYBAND I IAMUSEMENT FEATURES UNSURPASSED REDUCED RATES l MAHJtflow PAUL MJUSTICEsecy Stanford I RYBODYjcoM1NJ l r r rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W FRANK MC KINNEY If a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of Lln coin aunty subject to the action of the DemocraUc f arty- i t THOMAS D NEWLAND SR to litheactionof Sheriffnncl arty county utJeet i GEO W DE BORD Is aranailatefor Sheriff of Lincoln county sutject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutleet to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN teltbeactlonsj JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for JaHer subject to the action of the democratic party i WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Prohibition party Democratic Ticket For Governor J C 11 BECKUAM For Lieutenant Governor W 2 fllORXE For Auditor of State- S W EAGER For Treasurer If M BOSWORT1- LFw Attorney General N B IIAYS For Secretary of State IT V McCIIESXEY f For Superintendent of Public liutnKlten J 11 FUQUA For Commi noner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Cowl of Appeals J MORGAN CUJytf For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Ropreientttlve J M ALVERSON WHILE the mania for private and speedy punishment for crime eeeme to bo an epidemic and every day Is ex pected to bring a report of violence from some quarter of the republic It It noteworthy to show tbat of all the lynching In the United Statee from January 1 to June 24 inclusive the total has reached 19 cases These are divided among the states as followe Louisiana 2 Georgia 2 Florida 3 Miss issippi 5 Missouri Texas Illinois 2 Wyoming 1 Delaware 1 and Penn sylvania 1 In two cases Wyoming and Florida the victims were white men This Is humiliating enough to our national pride and to our desire to stand before the world as a people controlled by moral rather than by physical force It these outbreaks represented only the Ignorance and the sudden paeslon sod the revenge of a justly Incensed community the caee would not look so bad and a remedy might not be dim cult to fled AT the State Central Committee meeting at Frankfort yesterday a ma jority of the committee decided to sus talc the Louisville committee appointed by Committeeman Vreeland which means a turn down for Allle Young and John Wballen A campaign com mitten was appointed as follows Chair man S W Eager Executive Campaign Committee Judge J E Robins Mayfield Judge J M Lusting Bur lington Lewis McQuown Bowling Green John A Fulton Bardstown and Henry Prewitt Mt Sterling The advisory committee from this district is Senator James B McCreary of Richmond and Hon Harry Welslnger of Shelbyville Testimony was heard In the SaufleyBcll contest and when tho vote was taken at about midnight last night a tie was announced An adjournment was then made until 0 oclock this morning DONT tail to attend tho mass meet Inti at the court house at 10 oclock to morrow Wednesday morning Lin coin county wants to be represented at the Worlds Fair at St Louis and tc morrow morning will be a good time to b3gln preparations for it Some of Stanfords beet speakers will mako short talks and timely suggestions will be in order from any and everybody ComeTuBRE Is a consciencestricken man In Boston In two days ho sent 1000 31 bills to thosecretary of the treasury The money has been deposited In the treasury conscience fund A LEXINGTON special says that Sam J Roberts Is a strong tip for the repub lican nomination for governor Gee whlel I RETURNS from the republican county conventions over tho State Saturday Indicate that Morris B Belknap will go Into the State convention wIth an Instructed vote exceeding the com blned votes of his opponents Auguetue E Wlllson and Clifton J Pratt Judge Pratt Is second In the number of structed vote and Mr Willson Ie a close third In a large majority of tbe counties unlnttructed delegations were elected Mr Belknap declares he wlJl be nominated on the first ballot basinI this claim on assurances that ho now has from 900 to 1000 delegates Judi e Pratt says ho has over 300 Instruct delegates and declares that he will be In tbn fight until the finish Mr Will son Is making no claims and will await a conference with his managers belore deciding on a course of action TilE years consumption of tobacco In the United States alone Include i 000000000 cigars 10000000000 of cl garettes and 280000000 pounds of manufactured tobacco The one Item of irnoklnelnnd chewing tobacco exclu ive of cigars cigarettes and snuff res Isters an annual amount over all valuo of more than 1500000000 In addition England smokes 0000000000 Japan i 000000000 and China 1600000000 of cigarettes every 12 months The out sldoclgarelloipufllng burns up 45000 000 pounds of tobacco and puts about 14000000 Into thebank account of tbe American grower A COUNT ol money at San Franctsc shows the government has 81080000C locked up there which should be in cli culatlon but so long as excessive and superfluous tariffs continue in opera tlon there will to the embarasemen of a burdensome surplus TUB railroads are certainly enjoying prosperity So far in 1008 tho gros earnings of all railroads In the United States amount to 8S6S0342 a gain of 134 per cent over 1002 and 20 7 percent over 1001 WE will still wager that Judge Sauf icy and Commonwealths Attorne Oweley will be nominated THIS AND THAT Pope Leo Is still alive but cant poe Ibly last long E D Phelps a reputed millionaire if New York was found dead Six PltUburg boys have died of lock law since July 4 as victims of the toy pistolMarvIn Craig a Barren county teach et became Insane while attending a teachers Institute Charles W Caldwell of Chicago in jail at Danville charged with uslcj be malls for fraudulent purposes In a bath house where they had ta k en refuge one man was killed and another probably fatally Injured by light slog near Washington Prominent Negro leaders of Indian ipolls are effecting an organization to rid the town of worthless Negroes in rder to avert the possibility of a race war John Terrell a farmer broke into a a doctors office at Bluffton Ind and killed his soninlaw Melvin Wolfe wbo was being operated on for a wound ifllcted by Terrell several hours previous In a wreck near Lees Summit Kan- sal In which a fast mall trala plunged Into an excursion train which had bra ken down on the track three were kill ed and 30 or 40 Injured three perhaps fatally Rufus Cantrell king of the Indian apolll ghouls has made a confession relative to the disappearance and death of Miss Carrie Selvage of Indianapolis antrell intimated that be could clear up several murder mysteries the police had failed to solve The sixth International convention of the Epwortb League will commence next Thursday at Detroit The convention la expected to attract 20000 Isltors During the week Detroit will- aleo entertain the Society of Santiago de Cuba and the American Electrical isoclation POLITICAL It is announced that W J Bryan will go to Europe this fall to study iclology under monarchical forms of government Twentyfour Senators of the 68th ingress wero soldiers of the Civil war Senator Pettus also served In- the Mexican war Iq an interview at Jackson Judge James Hargls declared that be had no tendon of resigning from the Demo cratlo State Central Committee Judge Frank E Daughorty of Bards town has announced that he will make tbe race for the democratic nomina tlon for Congress In tho Fourth dls trlctIt said that It Mr Roosevelt Is evident in 1000 when changes occur In the army staff Gen MacArthur will- be left out in the cold and Gen Wood- will be promoted over his head to lieutenant general commanding Representative James of the First BDtueky district now In Washington txpreases confidence that the demo cratli will present a united front in the etidential campaign and that a na tl mal as well as a Kentucky victory for the party seems assured lemlt for your subscription IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J A Sparks of Landed has announced for Commonwealths attorney Will Poteet of Horrodsburg bad hie jaw bono broken while milking a kid log cow Boeo Mulllns was struck on tho hoad iy a rock and killed at Sparks quart In Rockcastle A postofflco has been established at Delmer Puloekl county with Wm S Barton postmaster John Dose a Negro is under arreet at Wllllamsburg charged with assls Ing prisoners to escape The Danville council passed stron ordinances regarding the sale of liquor by drug stores on prescription Eleven prisoners five being charge with murder escaped from tho Whit Icy county jail at Wllllamsburg John Jones a miner of North Jolllcc who was on trial at Barbourvlllo for killing Wm Sizemore was acquitted- J P Miller has been elected cashier o the new bankinghouse of JT Free man S Co lately organized In Burgle Johnny nellY the pride of Ed Corrl gees stable will not ride in America after his contract with Mr Corrigan expiresCircuit Clerk Hverett Watkins Ie dead at Wllllamsburg Judge Morrow has appointed his brother James Wat kins to fill out the unexpired term The trustees of the LancosterGradoi School have selected Miss Nellie Pey ton of Lexington to till the position of first assistant teacher or prlnolpal ol the high school department J T Grtcstead the crack pitcher and third baseman of this city who has been playing sensational ball with the Lexington team since the opening of the season has signed a oontract to pitch and play third base with an Inde pendent team of Ashland Davis the little three months old babv of Mr and Mrs W W Wiseman died last week News DAUTION This is not a gentle 1but when you think how liable you are not to purhaso the only remedy unl venally known and a remedy that has bad the largest sole of any medicine in the world since 1S83 for the euro and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing lie great popularity all these years you will be thankful we called your attention to Joechces German Syrup There are to many ordinary cough remedies made by Irugglsts and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but teveie Dough Bronchitis Croup and esptci illy for Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing dur- Ing tho nights and mornings there is nothing like German Syrup The IB cent elze has just been introduced this year Jegnlar size 75 cents At all drugging At Iennys Prug Store For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitable strongest in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity de Casualty Co of New York Covers every ccident Covers every illness NOTICE FARMERSTH Brown Wire Fence Ii the strongest the most durable bust fence made It fully provides for expansion and contraction and the stay wires are the same site as horizontals will sell any helehth and size fence deslrej See sam pre In court house yarJ HUBERT CARPENTER Agent Also dealer In finest Uare4 Plymouth Rock chickens and REFERENCES Messrs George Spangler Jas Plummer and Dr J G Carpenter have examined and tried the Brown Wire Fence and pronounce It the best and cheapest In the wcrU G I N GILLOCK proprietor The Toiisqrial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call In when alStylish ORND LthDRS tf SUMMER BARGAINS Our buyer who is now in the market purchasing goods has sent us the greatest values ever offered Remember all these goods were bought late in the season hence these extreme LOW PRICES 50 dozen corsets white pink anti blue Every corset worth 75c our price UJc 50 dozen corsets worth 39o our tn cI1nc 6 dozen 1 corsets our pricoG9cI26c corset covers now1Jc80o corset covers now2kICO radios muslin pants now 29c 76 hulloe muslin punts now3Uc1 gowns nicely mado OOc Ladies 20o ribbed vests 110w1leLadies 15c ribbed vests now 9c Ladies 35c ribbed vests now lOc Sorosis mercerized skirts were 150 now MeI Ladies nccordian pleated skirts black or + rblue89o- Lndiee Remember are making specialtPRICES everyarticle our store Buy from and save money Why not TH E GRAND LEADER j MU LEVY COe Prors S B LEVYManni 18 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Omeovr UeBotxrUDrnc Store IB thi 0sejIl- BUdlnt R A JONES DENTIST Stanford RF Offlcfuwcr lliggina McKlnnejri Storm Telephone No 91 DR Pa Wa Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Flats d W Wallace BiSon Blacksmith and racy HorsoShoors West Main Street Stanford Kentucky NOTICE I The Frith at nrodhead ICy If for rent Possession given Aug 11 1B03 Title Hotel situated near Depot at Hrodhtad and la well located for travullne men Address J O FUITtl Itrodbf acl Ky Farm For Sale I Richard Simpson homestead farm near Otiberta Creek has 100 acres and U Improved with dwelling barn etc and has good Alto 13 acres of land adjoin Ing John Holtzclaw and 7 acre adjoining John and Alex Traylor and Wm Huffman Separate tracts BIlirsON Lancaster Ky He Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit teed 1Give Him a CallI CHRISTIAN COLLEGE uaacnetinr Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY The president is a graduate of Kentucky University and ho spent several years in College of Germany where he secured tho Ph D degree He will be assisted by a full of experienced teachers sssa J SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 J CAMPBELLHAGERMAN COLLEGE For Young Girls and Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Full and thorough instruction by an able and experienced Faculty in all departments Including Art Elocu tion and the Languages Modern Now and modern buildings handsomely furnished Gymnasium Swimming Pool Ac Most beautiful and healthful loca Lion For catalogue address B C HAGERMAN President Lexington Ky i iOO 1 COO fib Ladies 7ftc hand puma now SOc silk collars now SQo lions 1 shirts now 75o- Mens 75o shirtl1nwOcMens 40c shirt now30Mens coat and iwnts wool emih suite were SO 11095MunH serge coat vest blue or black were 050 l1ow32 we on in us hotel HEWS corps Music and Withers Furniture Co Dealers in Fine Furniture Cnrpots Hugs V nil Paper Vindow Shndos- c Manuftioturors of Picture Frames RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices r Tho 17 kind will go nt 1425 The 25 kind will go nt 2125 Tho 80 kind will go nt276Th-o835 kind will go nt 88060 The 840 kind will go nt347 I The 50 kind will go nt 4450 You have never hnd such nn opportunity pro sented to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be sot up in your kitchen anti guaranteed GEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky W H Mueller tfWatchrruictr andjc weltr STAN FORD KY Good quality in goods Good work in repairing and REASONABLE PRICES GUARANTEED t It Is Gratifying to Find r Our effort to place before our customers tho there Ii I- nGROCERIES aUtactlonway to my place each week and requlremenhofors yet prices are Just as low at thesetDducernonti and look If you wish to bo post IInestbrudJ W PERRIN tilt Grocer 110 Main St Stanford ICy f 1 YOUNG MAN Drop in and examine our line of 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes r W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Af j I tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL t 8TA FORD KT JIIY 11 1000 ueobeClone and with proper caro We could not do better U yon paid ui double tbo price which la always reasonable Pen cyi Drug StoreLPERSONALS J 8 OW8LBY JR1 la Frankfort MANLBV HUEV li very of typhoid fever KVHntnT STONE went to Cincinnatif Sunday WBAHBN Dcaiins returned to Flat Lick Friday n Mns Jolts D Rim li visiting ref atlvoi at Brlanger J U COUMINBY of the Halt Rod U III of typbold lever Miss ADA LASLMYof Louies lllc li I with Mlis Mary Bibb- Mu GBORQB S UIATT of Mt Ver non was hero Saturday MR KuiBit UOOD Agent at Rich mood was here yesterday Miss NANNIB VANDUVKMK returned from Loulivlllo yesterday Mns ANNA D VANAReoALMreturnm ed to Harrodiburg MIlS CRLOR BAUOIIMANll visiting Mrs Annie James In Lexington MR AND MRS J O McCLARY returned from Crab Orchard Saturday Miss STKLLA MCCLAKY will begin her sibool at White Oak Monday 20th bletMns BHNBDICT SlALDtNXj of Loba non It with her father Col T P Dili Miss ANNIE LAURA DIIAKK of Mt Sterling U a guest of MILS Linda Mil l rBBATRICB little daughter of Asses nor M 0 RtytwkSi U III of typhoid fe Yet Miss PLOUBNCB Bum has taken a position In a bailneM college at Nash yule MR JOHN L TAMMBK of Dallas Texas li veiling his parents at IeIKlnnoy Mists MINNA WAOBMC of Ulebmood was hire Sanrday en route to Crab Ortbanl tMleisDOLLIR MCUOMERTS who bIB MID lit li Improved inltttlentlr to be out again MlBB ANNA WlLUlOTT of Lexing ton U visiting Misses Le Grand and Rosa Jones MR RrrcHiK W VACOHAN of mobI mood Va li speeding a few lIafwIth relatives hers Missile ClIKIRTINH AND LILLIAN BRIOHT ol DiivllU are guest of Mn J W DavKhnan MRS J S naRD and handsome lit tie son of Lexington came over Sat urday to visit her mother Ku D J PINICBRTON li working the mountains la tbo Intoreil of tbe f CampballDagerman College Lexing ton MISSKATIB M WARREN who U working for the Somerset Republican came home Saturday to visit her par enti MISSES MARY AND SALLIEDURDETT returned from Junction City yesterday bringing with them Misses Moore and Durham MR FRANK B CARR wife and daughter Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Carr of Part are with Mr and Mrs J S Ricer MR W R McPHERSON of Springfield Mo was on yesterdays train returning from a visit to relatives In Rockcaitlo t MASTER ROIIERT JONES JR and 1 sister Maggie and Kittle Jones went T up to Rcckcaitlo yesterday to visit tbe family of Mr S D Martin MR JOSEPH E CLAUNCII of Somer set was bore yciterday returning from Martlnivllln led where he was great ly Improved by a few weeks stay MISSES MAYME BALLARD of Dry anuvllle LaDolla Bacon of Mavivllle and Mary Ramsey of Lexington arc spending a week with tbe Misses Van AredaloIford and Misses Mottle Mao and LII lian Leavoll of Garrard are guest o Mrs Kato Wallace Rogers Lexing too Democrat j MR FELIX B TWIDWELL of flue tonvllle was at Seelbacks Saturday Ills friends call him Judge as he was police judge of Huilonvlllo for aI year Courier JournaltMR JAMES F CUMMINS was at Nor ton Va last week to see his slater 4 Mrs S A Fraloy who li very Ill Her parents Mr and Mrs H G Cummins of the East End aro with her Miss ADA GRIM who has made Mri t Garland Singleton a splendid trimmer I la her millinery store has gone to her homo In Indiana to take a short vaca tlon before returning her work hero In the Fall JUDGE M 0 SAUFLBV Col W G Welch Hon R 0 Warren Judge James P Bailey George L Penny W S Burcb J C Lyon attended the State Central Committee meeting at Frankfort yesterday Miss POLLY TRAYLOR who has bc the handsome guest of Miss Clyde Me Glnnls returned home yesterday Miss i Jennlo Lynn of Stanford ono of LI coin county handsomest young ladles Is visiting Miss Maud MooreAdvo sate tL Miss SARAH CtRTis of Parse Is with bin James T Jones MR En L DUUDBRAR of firming ham Joined his wlfn here Sunday SIRS DR J M OWKNS of Somer set was ibo guest of Mr Dr L B Cook returnedfromfriend MR M B LBVY and family of OrchardSprlolZs Missus SUB ANNA AND BIRNKY MluICarltor Sire John Bright Jr MR AIILLAHD F ROUT of Garrard ole of tbll papers belt friends and patrons paid us a nail yesterday nON HARVEY HELM attended the county attorneys convention at Daw son Syringe and reports a successful mietlng TUB SICK Mrs Jane Higgins Ie omowbat Improved Freak Molvln soy bad a fairly good night Little Wm Tate li better LOCALS DANVILLR fair Aug 1667 Dont l U 0 IOCOD four burner gaeollne stove for S MeCIary CRAB ORCHARD Fair next week July 22 23 SI and 26 Go NBW Lawn and Oluoy Lace just opened John P Jones PURE German Millet Seed for sale cheap Carson t Ponce YOUR willaatthe Dan Tllle laIr Meet them there Aug I 0 7 FOR SALEA Chicago typewriter ned only a few woeb Wllltelloheap T his ofHeo A LITTLE child ofEdMiller who Itvei on W H Shanks farm died Sun day U Will a twin FOR SALEOOO tobacco licks WoaM make good fence with wire J YOoodpaitor Highland YOUR account la haws and ready for you July lit It at hood 10 uUaie call and settle J R Diaitay TUB Stanford base ball boys defeated the Huitonvtllet to hero Saturday afternoon In an Interesting game A COMIBTITIVB examination for ap plliantt to State College will bo held here July AL G Singleton Supt CATTLB to W Tatoa hemp and Mr John H Bnglemani watermelon patch and did about 1100r damage LOST on Huttonyllle and Middle burg pike a silver watch double case with Seth Thomas works Leavo at McCartvi lOre Mt Salem and let reward THE colored people will run an ex curilon to Cincinnati Sunday next at 1175 for the round trip Train will leave Stanford at 730 A M Special car for white people NOTICE All v- on clethat expect to carry passengers tram Crab Orchard to the fair must get license at tbo secre tary olllco In Crab Orchard the after noon before the fair begin W D Wallln Scoy BARN BUUxEtSS Rectors barn near Dunnvlllo Casey county burned Sunday night causing a considerable lOll He had 8160 Insurance on It In the Continental represented by Roy R B Mabony MR A W CARPENTER a citizen and clever gentleman announ era this Issue hie candidacy for Repre sentative subject to the action of the prohibition party He II a prohibition fat In all the world implies has both the time and moans to mako tbo race the ability to represent the county t ho should bo elected ofmeeting of tbo citizen of Llncolncoun ty Interested In the movement looking to Kentucky representation at the World Fair In St Lout next year bag been called for tomcrrow Wednesday morning July 15 at 10 oclock at he court house In Stanford I will have the pleasure of being present to meet the good people of Lincoln Among other business to bo transacted a Finance Committee for tho county will be formed Please be on hand promptly and bring come of year friends R E Hughes Secretary CRAM ORCHARD SPRINGS There are 75 or 80 guests at Crab Orchard Springs and a bettor contented or bap plat crowd would be hard to fled They are living on tho best the markets ford and all aro gaining both hcalt and finch Manager and Mrs Wlllla aro born hotel people anti their efforts to ploaso their guesta aro greatly ap crowepresent party a roue dozen will arrive the latter part of th huadrenengaged for next week fair oxoado to accommodate all who come HU8TONVILLE FAIR July 29 30 31 Remember tnai Merits Bread fresh at Ferris A Gos every Tuesday and Friday A COMPETENT lady can got a good position by applying at this olHce at once To FAIMBRS Thoto having our fence stretchers will please bring them In at once Farrl It Co I AM buying w beat for Cogar Davie Danville See mo before you sellhID S Carpenter Huttonvllle WK have a secondhand McCormick binder for vale Has only been used one season Carson S Pence MRS BOOLR la at the Danville Ken tucky Cottage No5 Asbury Ave Chautauqua N Y and wants all Ken tucky visitors with her NOTHING worthy ofmention was done In the county court yesterday Squire James A Duddcrar noted as Judge In Judge Ballsys absence TileRI general rejoicing over the change for thy hotter In weather Af ter two week of tbo hottest days that kayo come In year It got cooler Sun day afternoon OLD COINMr Bradley McMullln of the Waynoiburg section showed us- a sliver half dollar yesterday made In 1780 It Is a Spanish coin and said to- eb vary valuable Tills is the way tbe Pine Hill cor respondent of the Mt Vernon Signal tukes his spite out on bis follow cltl zeD Wo aro sorry that John Potcct while at work on the section at Jelllco was hurt but not seriously- REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The following resolutions were past ed by tbo republicans at their canyon lion here Saturday The republicans of Lincoln oountr In mass convention assembled at tho court houio In Stanford Ky on the 1Kb day of July 1008 do resolve that 1st We endorse tbe notion of the State Control Committee selling this eonyontlon and also tbe State Convert l ion to be held at Louisville Ky on July 15 1003 2nd We do most heartily endorse tbe wise and patriotic administration of President Roosevelt and do now pledge him our support for reelection 3rd We recommend that lOdelegatca and 10 alternates be sent as delegates to the State Convention to be held at Louisville on July 15th 1003 and that they be Instructed to cast tbelr votes In said convention for such persons and measures at wlil bo for the best Inter eitof the republican party thereby promoting the general welfare of tbo people of tbo State LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Four horses were killed by lightning near Franklin- E P Woods bought of George T Wood 18 7G pound lambs at 4c W M Bright wheat averaged 13 bushels the best In this section Everybody goes to tbe Danville fair You do likewise Aug 4 5 0 7 Twentyfive tone of good mixed bay for sale Mark Hardln Stanford J N Cash who is running a thresh or says the wheat lint a third of a cropWm Dodd told to Bob Elide of Lancaster a fancy harness mare for 1350 W S Beazley Ss Bro of Garrard void to Richard Gentry of Boyle 611 600pound cattle at 4 80 C C Cover sold to James Ramsey of Wayne a bull calf for 150 and to Lutes S Co his lambs at 6ic hocdp year a have been sold and at higher prices Hon Abram Rcnlck of Clark court ty sold In Chicago 40 bead of ihort borne at an average of 1102 50 for tbo lot The average condition of the grow lag corn crop July 1 was 704 of win ter wheat 788 spring wheat 325 oats 84 Yesterday was an exceedingly dul court Thorn were only about 25 cattle on the market and no publlo sales were made R0 Nupnelloy sold to Smith Johnson 80 ewes and remainder of hie lambs at 1275 for owes and 14 for lambs Ho sold to same parties 21 hogs for September 1 delivery at So J G Cecil of Danvllle has a wonder In a mare by Ceclllan which be has been using as a draft animal for several months Recently she showed bcrsoll to possess considerable speed and as her breeding was very floe Mr Cecil concluded to give her a trial It was two weeks Friday since she was put on tbo track and she stepped omllo In 210 The two locomotives which aro to boahd on keAugust 12th at the Lexington EI Fair will be on exhibition on the specially constructed tracks in front of Tuesdad e Lbd0 of visitor who will attend Tho head end collision prqmlses to bo one of t most awe inspiring exhibitions of the kind over seen In Kentucky Tbo spe clef ratu of ono tare tbo round trip has been granted on all railroad- bIATRIMONIAL Miss Flossie Webster who mado Springslastolio last week to William Long THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE theelHIghJ STEELE CARPENTER Hustonrllle Ky TO THE FHRMERS Of Lincoln and Adjoining Coun ties A Liberal Offer atIlnsloav111e wlablnltoharged tile regular price for storoege All wheat deposited for exchange for sour solo poundfCragreetoexchanltedurlnl givenStetengoD M LIIIS Hustonvllle hrrleIbotonllpaint and repair Prices low and all work promptly done I can save you o- nRUBBER TIRESI have one of the lest rubber tire machine In Central Kentucky Can cheaperthan W J ROMANS Lancaster Ey Tenth Exhibition of The Cirksville Stock Fair Assn To be bid In M P Arbueklei wools o- nFridaySaturUaUJulu1718 rinsr naysStest home made cheese Host tlb huller SCO Host flaked Uam 5 00 host Loaf Salt Rising Dread 5 00 HOlt plate neaten nitcult 1100 Heat Ilottles Homemade Wine 10 00 Dost Gallon Ice Cream 1100 Hest Gallon Sherbet b00 Hest White Cake S 00 Hest Sponge Cake 00 licit Cake S 00 Host White FruitCake 1100 ileac Black Oake 10 00 IIAitNEae 1tOaexa Rest Stallion one year old and under two 10 Pest Stallion two years old and under three 10 Heat hennas Stallion throe yean and under four 25 Best Stallion four and over 25 nest Colt regardless of sex under one year 100 210 to lit 130 to 2nd SID to 3rd j SADDLE MORSES Best Mare or Gelding one year old and under two 10 Brat Mare or Gelding two year and under three 10 next Mare or Gelding three years and under four 20 Best Walking Mare or Geldlne any ago 19 nest Rockaway MareorGeldlngihown to Rockaway 10 nest Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 100 SPIED fastest mare or gelding to be driven are or more times around the ring 25 615 to Drat SIO to second ROADSTER RISO Cleat mare or gelding any age Ee5 to 50evalue 10 Wont Turnout 10 Best Combined Maro or Gelding any age 25 paintedChocolate 25 SECOND DAY Ilest Mule Colt 10 nest Mule one year and under two 10 nest Mule two yean nnd under three 10 liest Pair Mules three years and un der four 10 1Beat Mule any age 10 Maro and Colt 10 SADDLE HORSES Rest Mare or Gelding four years and over 25 Host Walking Stallion Maro or Geld ing soy age 25 HARNESS nORSEA nest Pair Matched Mares or Geldings 25 heat Harness Stare four year and- over 25 Best Harness Gelding four years and over 25 Mulo Race 15 heat Double Team regardless of lex color or ownership 25 nest Mare or Gelding ono year and under two 10 Hcwt Maro or Gelding two years and under three 10 Boat Mare or Gelding three years and under four 90 Beset Stallion Mare or Gelding say ago 10 261 to Int SN to second gM third Rest Model Stallion Mare or or Hid ing Shown to halt r 10 rjHeitTrot and Canter M Best Mare or Gelding any age H eavleloxIr over N cents children between six and 12 year old 98 cent children under Ilx jean no charge No charge for vehicles r7 Tlckets mutt procured no moony received at tbo gate Wepromptly attended to PrehoJ H WALKER Ast Secy DEFY The heat in one of our Negligee Shirts Monarch Shirts Argyle Shirts 50c We Have Many Beautiful Patterns t i i Cummins S McGlarV a q t i s HOT Is lho Woather nnd we cant change it but we can greatly change its effect upon us by dressing to suit tho Weather Soft Light Underwear Negligee Shirts Low Collars Narrow Ties Lace Effect Socks Narrow Light Weight Suspenders Feath er Weight Straw lIatsa new thing Serge And Crash Coats and Pants LowCut Shoos nil tend to make us comfortable now Wo OlIn fit and I think please you Let us try Terms Cash HJIYT Roberts J r Too Warm to Sew 1 Come to us for Skirts and HeadyvrnadeI lLawn or Oxford 75c 100 Whise Black and Colored t Silk Waists at 350 New Wash Skirts at 100 125 EtnIiiNew Accordeon n4jPlaitedJ SkirtsI SEVERANCE c SON k OIL STOVESests at4aattroRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows ScreenWireP Netting Smooth and Barb WIre Grass and Bush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose I I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the poitofflcc at Stanford a icondclait matter 11sa111tahasTuQayandSxidwpiav Bf PER YEAR CASH a When tot lopild 85300 irlllbechirgtd l 0r KNOXVillE DIVISION No 24 Train going North 1011111 No 23 It 280lm- Not 25 South 123dpn 1217 a No25 FORRENTwLstoreroom recently occupied byWm rMy Will rent for one Or more years J B OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and received market calliIIgnlshlng Goods THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is alt the year for the treatment of- larglcal and chronic diseases and for con sultation hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes slonal bills due when services are rendered and must b paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Salo Stable Liberty Ky I Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade norses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive person attention Traylortf DEALERS IS WhiskU BranWInes Beer Carpenter House Cloitto Depot STANFORD KY Prompt arid pouts mention Nothing but the bes to drink cr telegraph orders receive prompt attention JDWesren R B fluent KentuckyE II MaMnYI Insurance Insurance fluent Solicits share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties Lincoln and tasey who may be soaking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornad None but the stroolte t and best OldLine Com represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone e- 2Stanford Kentucky P P MY HAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beazleyi Livery Stable S BJAClfDRAU6J11 THE GREAT FAHILYMEDWIME Thedfords BlackDraught has saved doctors fur more than sixty years For tho common fam constipationlndigmtlon plaints ness and other like complaints no other medicine is uecmsory It invigorates and ulates the assists digestion- stimulates action of the kidneys purifies the blood and the of foul accumulations It cures liver complaint indigestion spur troullleeconstipationdiarrhma colds and headache everp drug gist has Thedfords BlackDraught in 25 cent packages in mam moth size 8100 Never accept B substitute Insist on having thet Chattancog3Medicine DlackDraughtIs good for my and everything I have a family twelve children and for four have kept them on foot and healthy with no doctor but Black Draught AJGREEN IIItw raJU PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clteee and beatiPe u tint rnrn4e a luMat po- Nowr Tall a to Better 07Hair to its Yhflltcloraura dl i DcHlU t DniwW NEW LIVERY STABLE s w Bun It SN Irors JUNCTION CITY KY FirstGlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean cleaePortentable Everyhing first meet all trains 89 J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Ja L1 Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers aLBa nK6LKU J FarnltureMattinjsRiig6 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ f4c MY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Dealear In BASNBSS SADDLERY FAO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs ache ReartDIeaseilravel Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There Is I cure for you If neceasury write Dr Ieuue Ho has spent a life time curing Just lucll cases as jours All consultations For years I had backache severe pair across kidneys and scalding urine 1 could nut pet out of bed without Tbo uso 01 Dr iniicrs Kidney and Darliacho Cure ru stored me G WAGONER Knobsvlllo Pa Druzzlsts fl Ask forCook Book Frei Care Circular TlI ST VITllSDAtlCESura Fredonla tB8 e e LeXInGTOn n moqt Es the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It h especially devoted to the Interests the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor Ws P Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky IN MEMORIAM Oa the ftrsi day of July 1003 at Ihtl A MI the spirit of William E Law rcnco took Its flight and returned to God who gave It no was 60 years oU Bo was born In Marlon county 1cn tucky Nov 13 1847 Ho was twice mar Fled first to hues Nannlo J Anderei to whom six children were born lbree dying when infants the other tbreo surviving him They ore Mrs J n Poppies Robert A Lawrence and Mai gle May Lawrence Ills wife died H years BRO Bis second wife was loUes Nannle J Holtzclaw who survives him and to whom three children were born one dying when an Infant Jennie aged eight and Jessie six sur vivo Be Is also survived by his father aged 89 two sisters and ono broth or Mrs J T Crockett Mrs William Holtzclaw and D R Lawrence of Lebanon An indulgent father and husband li gone but let those who are loft to mourn his lost strive to live DS ho lived that wo may die as he bas died Ho joined the Baptist church 10 ycarl ago and since then ho had lived a faithful member Ho was kind to ev eryone and always exerted a power for good Ho was a prosperous farmer and successful the accumulation of tbls worlds goods Ho was the best farmer and one of the best men In Lincoln county A neighbor said to the writer He sowed good seed along the path or life and his children reaped In the fear and admonition of tbo Lord DII death was duo to a complication of dll eases but he was ready and willing to- go and be at rest under the shade of tbo trees beside the still waters la the land that Is fairer than day Deatb Is deprived of Its sting thcgravo Is rob red of victory This Is a momentof In consolable sorrow to hit family and friends of Ineffable Joy to him when the angels came In the life of dear hue band and father Mr Lawrence will be missed for his true moral cbrlstU virtue His funeral was conducted by his old pastor Rev Carmlcball Rockcastle at his homo near Whlto Oak School House and his remains were followed by a long procession or his sorrowing friends to the last roe Ing place In Lancaster cemetery to await tbe resurrection morn when let It be hoped his loved ones will Join him In praises of God eternally Let his blessed memory be enshrined In our hearts for we know ho Is at peace an everlastingly happy with the heaven hosu far above all else Papa Is gone but not forgotten Never will his memory fade Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Around the grave where be Is laid Ono more soul is safely anchored In tbe harbor of the blest Ono moro homo left sad and lonely One more body laid to rest Till the final trump Is sounded And the graves give up their dead There a golden crown Is waiting For each liKhtul servants head We loved him yes we loved him But tbo Savior loved him more 3o the Angel sweetly called him To that bright and happy shore Ab that cruel death must sever From our midst a friend so true Blessed Savior In our anguish Let us turn and trust to you y May wo learn In thy sweet counsel Ere the race of Ufa Is run To say when In our sorrow Thy will 0 God not mine be done Wilt tbou send a guardian angel From the great white throne above Down to heal the broken hearted Down to tell thorn of thy love Say that angel point us upward Through a sea of golden light IVhero well see the one we grieve for Safely at our Fathers right Then sad heart cease thy weeping Trust Oh trust abd taint no moro A little while and we shall Join him On that bright and shining shore It Is hard to part with papa Ob so bard to see him die But a gentle voice said come i And he calmly entered home A FRIEND Night Was HOP Terror I would cough nearly all night rites Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexan drla lad and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood bet when all otbe ledieinos failed three SI bottles of Dr kings New Discovery wholly cured ffl and I gained 63 pounds Its absolutely uaranteed to cute Coughs Colds Li Irippe Bronchitis and all Lung Troubles Price 50c and fl Trial bottles free At alt drug stores Before adjourning the County Attorneys Association elected tbo follow lug officers T W Thomas Bowling Green president H DarbeyPrlnce ton vice president W T Davis Pine yllle secretary LaVega Clements ieneborotreasurerNo For years fate was after me contlnu isly writes F A Gullrge Verbena Ala- I bad a terrible case of Tiles causing 21 more When nil failed Bucklens Ar j nlca Salve cured me Equally good for Borns and all aches and pains Only 2Gc- at all drug stores L R Hushes Secretary A Treisui Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchaiui TITLE CO Stanford Kr No 1lIoulad lot la Stanford flte roomih porch In the rear canton good neighbor clone to church and school Uood lor small fw llr Price 1450 No 28ruall farm 37 cni I milts from Mid fortl llousol four rooms back porch ad veranda blood barn and other buildings In nuIr Cut in sin acid well fenced tO acre In raltlutloa acre tn fruit tree rat la lrauH- OIIsb at commllonersrlat bargain ant be old at bargain Clooo to cbool ebardl Price ova r acre Land adjoining told for 1101and IU TbLJrabargain- No 3nouse and kiln Stanford HOUM Qn alna Ore rooms uoodtbllldd S sen of la4 wellfoncvd One ofprettletbondttloteIn toa room enough In front far two or 12 ttorr front be built to the cottage soil I made a UaullfUl home Will bs told cheap u tb owner must bare money No too Two story Irani dwelling 7 room b1I and veranda lood garden leering sod houM ID good repair For ale or rent rite reuoablINo 1I1Iouselnollot In Stanford sod Iront porch O- irri alr told tbeofI4o7 hone rooms Good garden smoke and coal houtra 00 MJ8 FaruiofMacreeJU mites from SID lord on county rod M aerra cuUlratloD cal 0 In pasture 2 tool orchards and real In tlmbtr To small collars Rood ban and outbulldlngi IDdIeDlpolIIand 10 large taywy outbulldtts gaNen story store room SsW fat lower room uprUt with counters blna eta Wtr In dwelltq and storeroom alw eiatero and well on are Small let backofatore 0001011 from ttaaloN lIalldlp lngol repair snd dwrilln crbrlnsUy coat 1Iwo asd store over 21200 Will tell beth for ISW or will rent or tell aejwraWT No 1a2IO Itn m mile of Crab Or1lbrd- Ky llrtck dwelling rwma two tenaat hour two buns well anti spring near dwelling Farm In blab tat ot cultivation 160 acres rivet boUomI UK gnu fencing fruit etc Price IS7SO Ka 14IOU aere d land on Lancaster Sliest Crab lImN opi04lle prlnir ID no Ira preteaeutt excvpt larg tack bun uDJaaCle lock water Ireltlttt building site la town 1rIH WWK No 51farm of300acres In Uneelq count Three good dwellings 1 good buns sod ether bulldlogi ham bun etu about the rent of 100 tare All on county road H min rNm church school and Lars well tad wI watered This It a good tobacco and wou iHil two or tkrr farlltre that Might want to cem front the Mine neighborhood Trie reasonable No aallMH and an acres of land la MeKI MT k NtcwMFT wnlwUdlMt Kenelsig ge mod well watered Will sell this pile oa MI tttaNo Sftllouae aid M acres ol land within Iii Stanttrd HwtM coaulBt an row- renndae4ewlypainted large sewhire a a crill tc All aad ftoelwc la pkcdkl rtfitt Well waUftd This U s aw leetrtU horn Pike Hasa N s1Talwb toss mass dwelnu StaallMd Ky larggardb allll hara kt krihanott d a4nbt a base Is tw waasaa No 1SA DIM cottage and tot on UMUI trrrt 8u terJ roof good stitetsi et Uott II lfIOONo acres Bear HuMMirtll we4llBg of eight rooter ball tMaaU e4 Oi tout toll ttoe- IberouttnilldlBgt ban uw barn al tiatetnsadgpedwell 1Itaril lad water In UH field on place Yanu roc to eves askls soil IneaJo land So NA U m of tse atres frame dwaJIln 11f TOMH good stork haw and all aecnaary illdlBjf Fends good well watered cat In It acm In etuUvatloa ml In ldw gnu qw than half tall iron eplke W toStt tlila dace for only WO per air No atseaaaeaof land In Ibwkraitl for or llai all nemiaary Iwpnvesaent rail watered Ac Will be told at a bargain No It Farm of let sues tlliMieJ near Klar Ky N acres IB cultivation In lin Ucre- n itrau well watered two karat and olbi- ttttbulldlngt good repair Iellln eoarcratlvi new It wlihln ax Yards of tare ctiuretic eboolpotomes and C a depot 1reperty lie oa plb and eeanty road and it the stoat lraWe arm In that tectlon V1t tell the who fares lor tl 100 or la parcels of not than sue 10 ullpurebaaer fhll II certelDI cheap property No or 76 um watertenetU Well lad repair trodiictlv Ilw ton bttllalamD clot to Kho and I7W No MA farm of its acre In Cany ewnty Yl ODe and onebtlf story tlwetllag with tlx room turn and othtroutbulldlngt SUty sere la lllrailon S sere In tlmbu fralt tree iva well on county road Now to churebt cbool etc I rice only No 28UOII1 and on acre land hose teD pins wren ruonit vtrandtr cellar etc All nee nary outbulldlnst Extra large tarn all ID pleudld repair lIou newly painted and sever td Cittern at door Stood large tan let nnty of fruit on place 1rIIIOO No k1160 aerc of land In Ford IrmArkanaa alx miles Iroin railroad and S miles rlter 8IDI acreaoflaad river batiom h nt olawlandamid In IBM This land it let ute or exchangeNo farm of 124 acres bur tulle from Plan ml on beat pike In the countywell watered folltl dwelling nnoul- IIUagA A apleedld blue grave rum awl 001 10 lulnalcidrlrefrmu county e t Owner of tini arm IdJolalDC the hu rrrcotly refuted ale Der tre W offer thli at MiS No W Farm ol US acre In Carey county Twi lory frame dwelling two rood buns and otbei utbuIMIegi In re Splendid lobaecx aad and In good community A bargain at 1900 No t7 FarmofilaaereIn Cater county two story room frame dwelling sod ok Iwelling in fair condition Harm and other out lldlDKi On county rood splendid tobacco land ell watered two welli spring etc ISIS It a de table home Irtce116ta1- No 63 flay sera near Pluaant Point Ky rams House s roomi and Barn and othe utkulldligi acres In cultltatlon real In ber Well watered 300 yams from po4totSc ichoo nd church lays well on pike and In oem innlty lrlel No 90H acres of land near Crab Orchard heap No 20 Twottory boux 9 room hillTeranJt ilire dkl land adjolnlnzln Stanford Prop crt In good repair water and In house eta hrn t Ioor Hctnllful home I rice No 21 dune of are rows porch on acre of round and good liable One mile rum town rice No 18 Faun oft II urea Smile from Stanford Fnm dwelling of room S porehei 2 bani out a Ii tatl andwagon bN the othe an extra good lrap o with cattle tbeda attaebed jirn ol orcurlnj tobacco Ala misery smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard nclcg la geotl reimlr Well watertJ 2 cltteroi k farm hu been occupied by s forcuor own KIT years end la well ivreterved and Improved In mile or pol IIc church and tchuul Itentd fer 1902 for half grain rent and It eultlvawU ID lOrn wheat tobacco and cUrrr True perfect Colt prwntownefAtto aa county record wl ho WillIINo 21 welling of 4 room with 20 acres Imi Uoreland Uood bun and nerewary outbuild- trawfxnleniyard ilendld orchard and 2 atra poumalon 1rlce JOt No M Frame hotel large rooiui doable term w hallway Lie A large story noreroon ontlDg street M lest from hottl italrt ulla lefordw log 2 nice oorisgesutcelyfurnhaned- peral and piloted rooms and veranda each rge barn on urns lot used aa livery stable Uoml Krden Vacant lot adjoining 16 fool front by etd Allot tblt property lain London Ky- dlaaauechance for someone to make money roprlttor bar refuted to rv n fur 830 per maah account of roll h of bit wife onlj rcalOo for plug proprietor desires to etching for farm In Lincoln county Ya7t room frame eoltige lad onl acre laad In Ky Ijtrgt taro smut bum ott repairiceNo Twoitory been room trim dwelling randat Ac and a acres of land In arrant coun and all other neeIt outbuild It Lurch and icbool house right at rTher It alto a large store room on premises con talalolt a clean tock or graeral leer andtt Thaassplendldburlnewatand bring eatedttcrottllkeaand from lUOCU to II6WW tees a year Alto three miles from thla lueO- D lame pike a stock ofgeneral merchandise bake IIIIOUDI to about JWO loer month There ire weill slid a cistern on and all the buildings arln splendid repair Will tell the toek of goods separately or will exchange ether or th fur fArming Tblt la a nity for any one wfablng to go Into business so BTwo foabot goodsRoal For par clan shire s Central Estate baDgek Title Co toDay special sale I f At The New York Store BeginQiQg Saturday July 11i have just rccctvctl 150 cases of mOils radios boys misses mid chililrons shoos j well known brands mndo in the very latest stylus in quality null duru btlity they can not bo aurpasaetl In order to introduce thorn wo have cut tho prices BO that it will astonish you Metis brogans at DOc duns every day shoos nt 81 Mcna Velour nnd Yici Kid nt 135 Mons Patent Leather Viol from 8100 to 85 110118JPatent Leather Colts from 8190 to 8410 toes 81CO Amorioua at 83 Ladies every day shoes at 86c Ladios hand turned shoes nt 8120 Kxtcn eion eolcsatl15 Ladies S 2 83 and 8850 at 8100 Boyd shoes frum UOc to 250 Muses shoes at 50c Childrous shoos at SOc Itomoinbor till side only lasts 10 days Dont miss this opportunity The New York Store IKuNext Door to Lincoln County Notional Bonk State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College Oollcrc of Kentucky offer the followpcourses of study vii Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathemati RagloerIDgGraduate stuclJes are also prodded lending ob to a Master degree OOUDO of study Is orgaulied under a separate faculty The general faculty numbers nearly M t duroIUbratorlen museums are large well ulmt comprehensive ern IThe Lvgltlaturo appropriated MM fur a College llsee fur y uig wow n and hall and gymnasium for men The latter is oompletad and la use tile forllterIwill be ready for occupancy In October OogreOraduetes mad liberal pIJLlUtSummer Schools are provided for 1edigngy ReglBeerlag and iMtroellon In ekflee Hpeclalltu with the necoMary naavber of assistant have ebarn of encb d wrHfieat of Natural Science The State tellege of Kentucky tbonib KarUg httberto tbe IHI of OM4MB to the only Institution In the CJamsaonwealth otg to any proper testae University work The oompflko of the Oollrge closes for roueg wesnsn will provide faellttka for fOO- dbord Sod lodging It lIIJulrr with allllMlllerD eonvenl nc Icludlg befit cease eltlcrtcl1AnLam guage tU4ratllrt Scteuee Matheseaues Logic Mtapsvs history and lollUca lCOsosey No other Institution In the State advantaee for Use daoathM of women at all comparable to tnoa offered by State College of Kenincky- Korcntalogue method of attaining HopolntmenU loforsnatloa recurving cosine of study sad tensOf admlHloc apply to JAMM K IH H LL H Or to D 0 1Hjkitt II leM Agent IuiiHrruH Ky Pall term begins September 1M LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCI 80000tJ I Directors J B Taxten J B Owslejr S H Shanks W O Walker Ceo W Carter non8ece Farmers hack k Trust Oompany aid under aIDe management cootloaomly tor at years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Doping such bullies rel ttons will prove mutually boncOclal First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858 then reorgwnlicd as the National flank of Stanford in IBM and again reorganized as the First National flack of Stanford In 1682 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and welt than ever before to IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited OfficerstSHANKS IretWenl OVVBLRYOatbler BBIOHT Officers HOOKRK WEAKEN Danville Stanford Stanford McKinney Stanford Stanford Stanford Jas Itoblnson Bauctiiaan Stanford Stanford curEyesArc constantly and to guard against badly fitting Lenses you should Have Them Testedleast year If your glasses have become scratch by frequent wiping dont endanger your sight bya sing them They should changed as as you dont as well as used through them Craig Hooker ascararI- t V lJESTIMATION OP IS BENEFICIAL OF IIYh- ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION j onsLaxative Syrupot Cascara Sagrada and drugs are equally bedicUl treatment of Indigestion biliousness all stomach and troubles arising constipation TO AND and your DruinrUt tI Solo at Pennys Store o 27A term IMUaerealn a ullea from Kj All In grass clover Iud blulllr no warts Und oel watered sod 10lnnllltIItranehc It rkh lad- proJllchlltroalmp and Uewlyfee with lostL A Improvements a frame dwtlllDg In room pintrlet cellar etc newly covered snit tenant bouw tarn and other outbuildings In eondltkn son neighborhood near cburab depot potioffice an store within 400 yards of Ibis fK be sold cheap 8 H J B W 51 Ant Oathltri J 9 fresl J J MoIlOIJEHTS abe W II Directors P Held ar8 T Harris J S Mocker T K L Tanner S1 D Ktmore 8 H T P Ulll J II P Tate e changing At once a ed eye bo soon see you to STANFORD jELr 1 IN- PHYSICIANS OUR BESTTHE MOST Jymu oilier that the and DIIbowel from VERY PLEASANT TAKE DOES NOT QRIPE Bottles Ask For Drug larrard county Lancaster timothy etwpt10aera pod tliroujh tobarce food orchard ettrreaeh parntel ttfaool t Bkpr Hubble r q Is as In 25 of N lw all In wl W W Mo 5100 acres of land one mile from Somerset Krrut In seven Gelds Forty acres In cultiva lion 40 arm In pasture balante In timber Dwell tog eontalna cacao rooms Large barn lad all nec plDdINo J8 5 anlrp rel land In Iron count Mo lwlla Prow Babuls Sutlsn on Iron Iollalln rulile WUl1I at euhaalo trro rtrln Lincoln county