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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j I VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 28 1903 SAM NO 43 The CampbollHagerman Col logo MR EDITOR In Justice to the la dilution whose Utlo appears above I ask tho privilege ol saving a few word to the publlo through the columns of your paper not for any purpose ol con troversy certainly but solely by way of explanation of lit character and claim at I am to bo a member of Ut faculty tho coming session and am soliciting pupils for It among tbosa who have hitherto been my patrons In this city nod elsewhere In the county This explanation u rendered necessary ai I think by tho Invidious comparison to the prejudice of the CsmpbellUa- t germm College and other simper schools Implied though not perhaps Intentionally In the statement in ado at the Christian ohureh hero last Sun day morning by free Jenkins of Ken tucky University In which be said to the eooKregatlon In soliciting their patronage for Hamilton College Hamilton Col bee li your college etc placing strong emphasis on the word your which was la effect to r say the Campbell Uagcrman College iwltfa which Irof Pinkerton who sits In this audience Is IdentlQed Is NOT your college Again In the March number of the Kentucky University Bulletin or the Hamilton College Number which was dlitributid among the peoples on the tame ooca sloe Hamilton College It spoken of al- OB iBilllutloo of the Christian church 1 In the first plie I with to say that la the proper technical sen- ser of the title there li no such eaiesiutlc- ism or corporate religious Institution as the ObrllUn church From the very toclenlne thoiepersoni who bare been pleading for toe Restoration of Primitive Christianity and the Ualoaot a divided Christendom have repudiated the very idea of being a denomina tion a church In tbe technical ISDN ol those name though the i barge that they are only a denomlna v loi like lheoM lTtt has been contlnu cjsly nude against them bytheir re gore neighbors There ore churches of Christ or Christian churches but thc Christian obarvt dose not uhf Ilea there can too lo their ease DO church MbooU at It poialblc lo the Cttltelto church the Presbyterian church or the Methodist church Hence too among them missionary boards boards of curators of college board of trustees of benevolent Inttl lullo etc are composed not of offl v dale appointed by the Christian church t convened In General Assembly or Conference but of members of Indl vldual churches acting In their Indl vidual capacity and on their own Indl vldual retpootlblllty Take Kentucky Ialvertlty itself as an example Mr John B liowraao on hit own mutton and for the most part at hit own charges solicited and secured the endowment lund not from churches but from Individuals I doubt whether a single cburcb at such contributed a ti Ingle dollar to that endowment The Individual donors iclcctcd their board of curators This board Is tolperpct uatlng The charter I think requires that a majority of the curators bo mom bars oltbo Cbrh lan church The I administration of Us affairs It la the 1 hands and undertho control not of the Christian church but of Ibis board of curators which represents the Cbrlt tlan church only In a most Informal and Indirect manner No tingle Christian cburcb at tuch hat anything whatever to do with lit alTdrs A very few Individual comparatively coo trlbutcd to Ut endowment many Chris tian churches no doubt are to this day Ignorant of Ut very existence or utter ly Ignore it Even Ita faculty It not composed exclusively of members of ChrUtlan churches So that lo the proper sense of the words Kentucky university It not an Institution of tbe Christian church 2 But accepting the words the Christian church In the sense In which they are generally used aa de noting the churches of Christ or members of such churches In the aggre gate I with to say In tho second place that Ilamllton College It no more an Institution of the Christian church than are the Madison Institute otltlch mood the CampbolMIagcrman College at Lexington and a dozen other schools that might be named They are one and all Institutions of the Christian church only In the sense that a majority ot their donors of their trustees of their patrons and of their teachers are la most cases members of Carlttlan churches And President B 0 Uagerman certainly ranks at high at tho highest aa a loyal eon of the Christian church at a man of eolld Christian character aa a teacher of high scholarship and rare ability otllcer of unsurexecutiveand as an passed force and moat romarkablo sue cess It was he that by his wise ad ministration of Us affairs advanced r Hamilton College to Us present degree of prosperity and put It for tbo dretI time la Its history at I learn s solid financial baste making Us stock a desirable Investment lIe carved alto at President of the Madison Innltuto CollegeWeat uburoh1Fromtrustees ot Hamilton College to the 101yearHoard of Curators of Kentucky Univer sity which bad come Into possession ofI a majority of tbo stuck of Hamilton College to close that contract HI tbu end of the UaJter1maathe aeparato education of young woo men and coatlnue the work to tuooest fully carried on at Hamilton and the Campbell Ilagerman College lt the prodlot essential characteristic an Institution of the Christian church It numbers In Ut board of advisors such men at Chat Louis Loon and J W McOarvey and this fact alone It a suGIclont guar antee were there no other that the school will bit an Institution of tbe Christian church U would no doubt be entirely agreeable to tbe President of any one of the various colleges for his particular school to come to bt rec ogolttd at par excellence the child of toe church the church college It would add Immensely tolls patronage to lu available fund and to the pres tige and fame of lit president and oth er odtoera and a that and a that but the simple fact Is that Drake Uni versity Butler University Kentucky University Madison Institute Uncoil ton College eta are all equally obll dren of the Christian obureh and tile Campbell Hagarmao College the latest bora of all la by every sign and la every sense aa Itglttaiate n child as any of tbe ret And It It not going too far to predict that other Children will be torn Into the family In due time though as It sometime the oae the older children miy protest acid treat the 8cwoom re withscant courtesy and void charity The American pso pie love largo fa lllMaid ur lylbire Is room IB the great hetrtot the church for all her children Let the children live In peso not seeking to monopo has the mothers oare and affeolloa but emulating one another la love and good works and all striving together to promote the highest Interests ol the great household of faith 3 What then Is the conclusion Lot each school stand upon Us own merits and do Its own work There aro many persons and I am one of the number who do not believe In tho coeducation of the sexes butbellevlog with Tennyson that Woman la not undovelopt man But diverse think that as there la sox In mind ao alto should there bo sex In education The CampbellDa gorman College has ben founded by PrealdcnfHagcrman to do that kind of educational work and while providing a course of study as complete as Is to be found In most colleges for young men wlllat the same tlmeln Its ineth ode of Instruction and discipline strive to foster the growth of this sex In mind and to develop In Its students all the Traces of a true Christian wo manhood teudernees modeaty sympa thy gcntlencatand thus fit them for a life of domestic affection and make them Intelligent relined and winsome d Suffer at tbe I art a few words of a personal nature not by way of boasting as I need scarcely say lor those who have known mo long and well but to place my preeont courao of action lathe proper light I am ooo of the old set living graduates of Kentucky Uni versity having graduated In Juno 1303 with the honors of the elate Though sbo has given mo but scant notice I have been all those years a loyal and not altogether unworthy eon of my Alma Mater sending students to her halls whenever possible and re Joining at all times In her prosperity I served at President of Madison Insti tute lUcbmond six years of Christian College Uuatouvllle six years of Stanford Female College two years at Professor of English In Garfield Unl varsity Wichita Kansas three years and aa Associate Editor of the Chris tian Evangelist ono of the two leading organs ol the Christian church four years I belong to a family which has given 12 preachers to the church sev oral of whom today occupy some of Us most prominent pulpits and ono of whom at least ranked high among its most distinguished men aa editor edu cator and preacher I becAme a Chris than the day I was 14 years old preach ed mp first sermon the day I was 20 years old and since then have served such churches as those at Richmond and Hustonvlllo Ky East Cleveland 0 New Castle Pa Eureka III Pea body and WlnQoid Kas Cameron Mo the Fifth church St Louis Mo eta etc For 40 years I have lived In the public eye my life and my work are an open book I do not think I am a creak or a partisan or a bigot and rejoice la the belief that I have everywhere and always enjoyed the oonfldcnco and esteem of my brethren In returning to tbe city of my birth to become a number of the Faculty of the Campbell Hsgcrman College for Girls and Young Women I feel that I am but- beginning a now chapter in my already long record of faithful service In the cause of Christian education and of steadfast devotion to what I have deem ChurchIofB J PINKKRTOV Ibis communication ought appeared last week but was out by matter concerning crowdedI commissioners sales etc whlcb could not wallEdNEWS NOTES A suicide club Is believed by the po lice to exist In Hobuken Dr John E Sulcllffe died In Louisville He was a prominent physician O U Gbenault proprietor of Spend thrift Stud at Lexington felland broke his leg Tbe ragpickers of Now York have formed a union and will make ademand for higher wage Hobert Smith a young farmer shot and killed his wife near Whlteaburg Oa and escaped Msj Edward Hughes who was killed by a street car In Louisville carried accident policies amounting to 7000 Tho body of a badly decomposed man was found on a sand bar at Dsyton Ky The body was covered bjr two feet of sand Seven hundred cotton factories In Lancashire Ktglaod are working on abort time awl 300040 operatives are 35 years service Dr J M Matthews has retired tram tbs family of the Louisville Hospital College of Perrell an 13 year od boy was arrested tispMted of being Im plicated In the murder of 0 L Fox at Orell Ky IB May The big rtflolOR plant at Chicago of the Omaha Packing Company and 16 000000 pounds ot pork were destroyed Tbe lose It 1500000 Isaac Ford a Negro accused of orlm loal assault hanged himself In the jail at Fort SDorth Texas using a rope made ot bin blanket The town of LvnnvllU n Grave county was destroyed by fire supposed to be ol Incendiary origin Not a bus mess house la left In the placo At Hjilon John lIurohlll accidentally shot his sweetheart Lucy Ziinplcs through both thighs with a 46 Colts tit tol The wound it thought to be fatal Henry W Grady a member of the government of Confederate States is dead Ho was onto ono of the dlreo tore of the Confederate mint which Is sued Confederate scrip Tho United Brothers of Friendship a colored organization In session at St Louis passed resolutions command log the administration of Roosevelt and endorsing him fr another term Charles Jones the valet of Million alre Rice of Houston Tex who was murdered In New York has disappear ed Ho was wanted to give evidence once more against Thoa Patrick the lawyer accused of causing tho murder of Rico George W Perkins will retire from the firm of J P Morgan Co Jan 1 and will be succeeded by J P Morgan Jr Mr Morgan li said to have been dluntle ed with the management of some of his Interests during his absence in Europe Mils Nannlo Miller of Richmond a teacher In tbu county schools of Mad loon was arrested In Lexington on a warrant ewora out by County Judge Bullock charging her with having the questions and answers that aro used at the examination The controller of the treasury has reversed the auditor of the war department who held that claims presented bl Capt C C Calhoun on behalf ofI the Fourth Kentucky regiment not barred by the period ol limitation Capt Calhoun will take the matter bo fare tho controller In another form- A stock market panic broke on Wall Street Friday which recalled the fa moos Black Friday of Jay Gould New low records were made In stocks and though tbe market rallied some what at the close there la still appre hension of moro serious Impending troublo The failures of two promi nent firms T J Taylor S Co and W L Stow Co are itnnounced Valuable TimeSaved Slight Injuries often disable a man and cause several days loss of time and when blood poison develops sometimes result In the loss of a hand or limb Chamber lains Pain Balm it an antiseptic hail metal When applied to cuts bruises and burns It causes them to heal quickly and without maturation and prevents any danger of blood poison For sale by Craig Hocker Stanford Ky To The Lakes Summer Tourist Tickets on sale via Quaon ft Crescent Route Juno to Sept 30 Ask ticks agents for particulars HERE AND THERE Chesapeake and Ohio railroad may outer Chicago Tbree men were killed In a fight In Lafollette Team oficounty Goo A DIckson a woll known the atrical man died at Indianapolis The Alabama miners strike has vir tually ben settled by arbitration A Hopkins county boy accidentally killed his elder brother while playing with a gun A St Loulf wnrain soaked her dress with coal oil and then set fire to It Sbo will probably die A woman was murdered by a man In Wolfe county who had had a quarrel with her husband A moonshiner and a policeman weto killed during the attempt to arrest the shiner In Stoncga Va A Louisiana man committed suicide by wading Into a lake up to his neck and then cutting his throat Two convicts are reported to lyive been shot in a mutiny In a mine at Coal City Ga The prisoners aro In posses lion J L Butler was assassinated on his farm near Huntingdon Tenn and John W Smllheoa a tenant Ie sue pected An Indiana scientist claim to have created life with a mixture of 00 per cent alcohol a little 811water and ammoniaFor first time In four years the ascent of Ml Taconu la Washington has been accomplished by two Amen can climbers The settlement of litigation over tbo 16000000 Garner estate recalls a yacht accident la wbleh four persons were drowned Internal revenue receipts In Ken tuoky for the year ending June 30 shew that the total spirits distilled from all materials was 1IIS8211S OS The two Negroes who were arrested lo Lawreneeburg on tbe charge of as snaking two girls In Anderson county were removed to Shelbyyllle for safe keepingThe Union has decided not to take any radical notion on the decision nf the government to reinstate Foreman Mlllpr of the government printing oltleo Four hundred and fifty soldiers werd prostrated and 16 were killed as the result of a forced march of a Hunga rlan regiment while the thermometer registered 125 degrees The colonel commanding finished tbe trip In a car riage Tbo United States battleship Kear sage arrived at Bar Harbor Me mak log tbo trip across the Atlantic la nice days and tour and onehalf hours nn average speed of 13 10 miles an hour Thu big vessel la In One condition and did not encounter an accident during the long voyage to Germany Denmark and England WAYNESBURG Mist Lutle Johnson Is teaching school near McKincoy Dutch Goooh had a cow killed Friday night by a freight train Brack Perkins is attending to the packing and shipping of eggs for J M Johnson Miss Eva Singleton Is still confined to her bed Lewis Routeo Is able to be out again Novice Johnson who has beea very sick of typhoid fever Is getting well Thanks to Dr J W Anton Wnynosburg has a now railrotd agent again It seem hard to keep one here Several days last week we had none at all The little daughter of R D Pad ott la very bright She does all the work at home and then goes with her little brother to school Wo wont know when to look for dog wood winter next year It Mr Stanfield continues to cut our dogwood Into van one shapes and sizes Mr Oliver Johnson who has been with ua during bla brothers illness has gone to his wlfea bedside at May wood MUsuIa Harris will go to Knoxvlllc Teno t soon Our school began Monday aud for a while each day the boys that swarm over our town are quiet or at least they seem ao Perhaps Mr Singleton their worthy teacher thinks otherwise Mlaa Nannlo Caldwell ia still sick Dr J W Acton and wlfo wore visiting L G Gooch Sunday Sanford Sboop and family were visiting hero for sev eral days Mr Levinson ia la Somer set this waek Mr S B Gooch is la charge of his store during his absence wWill Buy It Back You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Craig Jt Hocker wi I 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 tbo only one that never falls It Is pleasant sale and reliable THIN SUITS Tm Ai mm THIN PRICESceasaae esuss o AH our twopiece Summer Suits can now bo bought at cost This is your clianco to get something cheap to wear to tho fairs and look well at very small cost IT PAYS TO TRADE AT GLOBEMerchant Your money back It youre not satisfied TaOa miLLER Danville Ky Refrigerators Ice Boxes Freezers and Oil Stoves Full Line of Hot Weather Specialties at J R HAS EDEN Lancaster Ky 1 r jQ PURE VINEGARS f impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars mistakenidoareliable and supply pure foods only Their FoodLassbut of every country in tho world Wo sell and 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 Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to paintingGood paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints these days go far ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate its jrVLITV Pennys Drug Store DAMUSEMENT I 11RUCEP1iarEs l aTA MA foff flkATIQtl PAULKJusTlClCseqy Iy 4COMI J twr rrrHM+ tr + tr r ITHEINTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON i THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a candUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subJ 1 to the action of the democratic party IGEO W DE BORD- IsI a caniUite far Sheriff of Lincoln county sllb 1 to the action of the democratic party ITJEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county slIbJect to the action of the democratic ratty JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county sllbject to the anon of the democratic p ny JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tb democratic party WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS If a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county SIIIJ t to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party Democratic Ticket For Governor I J C W BECK11A21 For Lieutenant Oortrno- rjr P THORNE For Auditor of Stall- S W EAGER For Treasurer n M BoswoRTir For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State IT V XcCIIESNEY t For Superintendent of Public Inttnted J 11 FUQUA For Commttrionir of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAXD Fur Clerl of Cowl of Appeals J MORGAN CZHiViV For Railroad Commissioner 1r C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge Hr COM BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN Fgr Circuit Glorlc J F HOLDAM r For UeprcienUtlve I J M ALVERSON I IF republican organs are to bo be Lt paved In a political sense and wblcb i Id seldom the case Mr Belknap has no higher view of the duties of a chief ex ccutlve than that of running Jumping rowing playing ball and other sportsmanlike proclivities and that for tble reason be is now in active tralnln hardening his muscle for the coming State campaign + The democratic view of the eltuatlo I is that it requires a man of dauntlesi individual courage statctmanshi sound political judgment and a marked j ability as a leader a man of though and action and one who Is true to blm I self his State and bis personal friend For this reason the democratic party conferred the nomination for governc J C W Beckham and preeeni 1uponas the Ideal man for the poeltloi That the democratic party Is not In error as to its judgment In this respect is borne out by the iplendld record he has already made during his past tbree years occupancy of the governor chair i The strongest recommendation tbat has yet been put forward for Col Belt nap the republlban nominee is tbatb is a gentleman which no Kentuckla t petII This qualification Is not sufficient and does not justify his candidacy for Ken lucky demands something more at tbe hands of her chief executive Then y is no denial to poaieis the additions requirements and at a time when tbe democratic party was torn by Interne cine strife bo could not win the goal of his political ambition When Yerkes was a candidate for r governor the republican chances were I far brighter than they are today and 1theinference Is plain If the republi cans could not win with him as condi- tionsi were then who can hope for bet- S ter things with Belknap as conditions are vow Democratic voters will be a greater factor in the forthcoming election that the dollars Belknap can put Into laUcampaign the expectancy of whlct him the nomination at the of the Louisville republican ma 01chine Ward heelers political bunco r I steerers and republican vote buyers will not countjfdr much In this election and whatever may be Belknapa pro clivities for practicing equality with Negroes for the sake of their votes and chucking babies under the chin the good fellow can not turn the Belkt I be added that be will not be long In i I discovering that Gen Sherman fa j moue aphorism upon war is cquallyap to politics and that he Is like the proverblalshowMU in that torrid r clime Lexington Democrat 0 71st3 rOtti tiJT1 V1i- EMRLan 0 THE suggestion that Judge Sauney be promoted to the bench of the court of appeals will meet with hearty p proval throughout this district Be would adorn the position and he has earned it by his long and loyallonlca We should not be represented In tbe highest court of the State by a republican and no hotter man than Jud e Sauflay can be found to redeem the dls trlct Harrodsburg Democrat IN sweeping out the government as say office in Wall Street 610000 worth of gold dust was saved A clean sweep of the poatoffice and other rotten department would save an amount so large that the gold dust save would look like 30 cents NEWS NOTES Herman Straus the big Loulsvllle merchant died of heart trouble In Europe Charles Secbrlet a brakeman fell beneath the wheels of a freight tralo at Carlisle and was killed Jennie Steer a Negress accused of poisoning Lizzie Dolan a IOyearold white girl was banged by a mob near Shreveport La Marv Magoffln Shackleford the two year old daughter of Mr and I- sSam J Shackleford of Frankfort died from spinal meningitis Maj Gen James F Wade has IIUC ceded to the command of the department of the Philippines Gen Datil avlnglbeen retired for age Three persons wero killed and 20 there were Injured by a collision be accommodation trainween A Vandalla and a trolley car near East St Louis- A limited passenger train on tbe Jblcaco Great Western railroad collided with a fast freight at Vlaenty ulna Four persons were killed and 25- or 30 others sustained Injuries At Guthrle Clyde Davis colored hot and killed James Bibb over a rink Bibb asked Davis to give him a drink and Davis said he would Instead ho pulled a pistol and shot BIbb 10 the abdomen The body of Popo Leo was Interred itb all the ceremony at the commaDd of the Catholic Church In St Peter athedral where It will remain until final burial In tbe Church of St Jobu atcran It is estimated that 80000 arsons viewed the remains while tbe body lay in state for three days A sosatlon was created In tbe Vntlcan by the announcement that the FUhe tans ring bad been stolen from the dead Popes hand r There Is no clew to the thief A mob of 600 men attacked the Jail at Danville 111 to lynch a ncgr James Wilson who confessed to an as nult on Mrs Thomas Burgess Tbe herlfl and deputies fired upon then woundlnJ some of them fatally Befoi caching the jail tbe mob had lynctu a negro who fired upon them and killed a whlteman After being drlveo away from tbe Jail the mob made reparations to resume the attac ireatenlng to lynch the Sheriff and deputies together with a colored troop of militia who wlllllkely be called In- toserviceB departed from Cynthlsi when Informed by Col Williams tbat- he could offer him no military protei tlon during the trials of Jett and Wblte Col Williams action was due to a clash with Circuit Judge Oaborm wbo gave orders that no mllltla ahould be permitted about tbe jail or coui bouse or within sight of tbe jury He offered to allow six men to wear sit zeDII clothes and be sworn In as deputvI sherlIYa to protect Jett and White but would permit no escort for wltneseei Col Williams refused to let his mell aerve save as soldiers and declared to idgo Ojborno he could not under tbe order guarantee the safety of wltnesi ea or prisoners POLITICAL ongreesman Robert H Foerdere of Pennsylvacla is dead They never epeak as they pats by- Morris Belknap and his employees ohn W Holtzman was nominate for mayor of Indianapolis by tbe demo- ocratlc city convention on the first ballot ippelate Judge Mike Saufley Is the- comlnlt title of the true man and dem- oorat from Lincoln Danville News- RIRht you area the republican primary In the- 27th judicial district Saturday Judge- H C Faulkner was renominated for- circuit judge defeating J L Isaacs by a majority estimated at 1500 Tbe salary of Minnie V Cox tbe- Negro postmaster of Indlanola Mlae- ball been reduced from 1200 to 8110 a year dating from March 31st last- Tbe office bas been closed over ell monthsTbe white people of the South are cmmended for refusing social equality to the Negroes In a set of resolutions adopted by tbe A M E church conference at Madison Ga It forces the- Neltro to industry and economy in order to supply his needs the resolutions IItateJobn A Lee former lieutenant RO- vernor of Missouri cleared the neat sum of 110000 during the legislative session of 001 according to statements of Dan leI J Kelly the boodler Letters al le5red to have been written by Lee to IKetley will be presented at the trials indicted State Senators at Jef- fcron City next week i 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mr J D Johnson wife of a prominent Doyle county farmer It dead William Walker of Mlddlesbc was shot and killed by the bursting of hit shotgun Suit has been filed In the Boyle clr cult court to secure n right of way for the Louisville Southern Marlon Griffin aged 75 fell ofl a stack of lumber in J D Hughes Cos yards at High Bridge and was killedTllman Whittaker a young man wbo formerly lived in Mlddletboro was killed at Duquesne PA while coupling I cars Mrs Dora Drock announces her Intention of going Into the courts If nec essary to enforce her claim to the be quests provided for her In the will of Gen Caeelus M Clay The postolUce and store of E C Creech at Nina Garrard county wal burned with all Its contents The 011 gin of the fire is unknown The loss III about 13000 with no insurance Iiaao Hathaway made a death mask of Gen Clay at Whitehall before his body was taken to Richmond for burial Several negro organlzatlo were anxious for a likeness of tbe famous abolitionist While out hunting on Big outb Fork Bell county William Walker was accidentally shot and killed by tbe bursting of ashotgun in his own hands The breach pin penetrated his fore lead death being almost Instantaneou WALTON HONORED Editor W P Walton received the high honor of an appointment by Clara Barton upon tbe recommendation of Gov Beckhat as Kentucky member of the Red Cro88 Ydvlsory Board Each State has upon his Important board but one membc mod the choice of Mr Walton Is one of wisdom as well an honor worthily be towed Somerset Journal For a lazy liver Chamberlains Stet aeh and Liver Tablets They Invigorat tbe liver aid the digestion regulate the orals and prevent bilious attacks For sale by Craig IlocVer Stanford Ky HOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE lllack Ilerkihlre hogs Southdown wheel 111gb Grade bucks oneyearold J STEELE OAIHENTEn lUitonvlllr Ky Notice To Hedge Fence Growers l Land owners maintaining hedge fences ong public highway are that It II unlawful to obstruct either the ditches o- ght ot ways by tearing the brush on tho- road and any one so offending will be pros ceuted If same It not removed In a reason nble time JA9 1 IU1LEY Judge Lincoln County Court FOR AN flRTISTIG SHINE or an up to date Itair Cut try THE LUXURIA at Button vllle Kentucky GEORGE I N GILLOC- Kcommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court W L McOartr pItt rt J II Hughes file Hughes Delta of a judgment and order of sar In the above styled suit at Itt June tern 11103 the uadenlKDed commissioner will on- tbel0th day of August 1903 before court bouae door In Stanford Ifysell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the operty hereinafter described The object of tbe Is to raise money enough fron the sale of said land to satisfy the lien debt of the plaintiff and bis costs which on the- 10th dalof August 1903 amounts to them I 81 Tbe tract of land to be IOl- dles In Lincoln county Ky on the water of Fishing Crook and bounded thus Begin nlng at tne south west corner of a tract of- land belonging formerly to Conrad Rouen thence S 10 W 105 poles to two white oak- sIuth 20 W 38 poles to forked poplar tree Boutb 40 west 23 pole to two rums 8 58 weet i0 poles to a chestnut and dogwood North S West 145 poles to a white maple and dogwood North 80 East 140 poles to the acreslaidas a whole Terms of Sale Dond with approved se rtty required payable to the bearer bear Ing 0 per cent Interest for date until paid The purchasers will be entitled to poteu- elan for seeding purposes In the fall and tor- tbeso purposes full Ingress and egress to- and from aid premises and will be entitle e to tall possession on tho 1st day of January 100 4 nO WARREN SUMMER BARGAINS AT THE i GRAND LEADER All the new style 50c Shirt Wnlst wo have in stock go in this Summer Sale at 35c 300 Corsets worth boo 00 and roc each go in this Summer Salo at 09c Odds and Ends of washgQoda Dimi ties and Organdies were 121 16 and 17c to close them quickly 6cyd 300 Ladles Straw Sailors i White and Black Sac CHOICE J4c GRAND LEADERM B LEVY fit CO S B LEVYMnnapor + A B PRICE Burgeon Stanford Ky Store In tar Uwilij 3Bt etfr UcKoterU Dreg BiUdUf R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Office over HIggins A MoKinnoys Ston Telephone No 91 DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kontucky Office In Myers Houso Flats d W Wallace Son Blacfcsmitim and Fancy horse Shoers Wort Main Btre t Stanford Kentuck- yNOTICE I Brodhead Ky lr for Frith Hotel atThe Aug 11i IMS Thi Hotel rent ituatednear nepot at l1rodbead welllocatfd for trnollnl men Ilyala eall dresaJ O yltlTlI Droa Farm For Sale I bomestesd farm near Gilbert Oreekepot Simpson Baa barn acres ana and h J good orchard Also U Iocrll of land adJoin load i acres adjoining John mad Alex Traylor and Wm Huffman Separate tractlBIMPilO HEina Lancaster Ky He Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit a Call CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ararrrarerss Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE president is a graduate of Kentucky University and ho spent several years in the College of Germany where he secured the Ph D degree He will be assisted by a lull corps of experienced teacberi J st SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 It CAMPBELLHAGERMAN COLLEGE For Girls and Young Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Full and thorough instruction by an able and experienced Faculty in all departments including Music Arts tion and tho and Modern ow and modern buildings handsomely furnished Gymnasium Swimming Pool c Most beautiful and healthful loca floe For catalogue address B C President Lexington Ky 3ez t z IP All our iSo 100 and 8125 Shirt WRISS go in this Summor Salo at 69c 200 Corsets worih76k iCO and 226 go irrthls Summer Salo at 59cV Kino quality Dress Gingham sold at lOc yd In this Summer Sao your choice 6c yd were All our 135 760 anti f2 Waists go In this Summer Salo ot 98C 1 60 Plosltono Cordon made for stet flgurca were 8160 and f200 Sunosttr Sale prtflo aocI300 pairs Ladle tine Oxford pat Calf and Kid were 1360 holco 175 I r Mens J25o and15oo Medium tWeight Suits to reduce our large stock we offer you choice 85o I THE r Prors 100 GuaranteedGive KENTUCKYT- he HAGERMAN e Withers Furniture Co Boalors in Fino Furniture On11 utsilings Wall Paper Window Shades Jc Manufacturers of Picture Frames RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatlyrreduced prices The 17 kind will go nt M26 The 25 kind will go at 2125 Tho 30 kind will go nt2475Th-o885 kind will go ntS3Q50T-he 810 kind will go nt376The 50 kind will go ot4I60Yo-uhave never had such nn opportunity pre sented to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be sot up in your kitchen and guaranteed I CEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky W H Mueller i W tehnukrandJtwtl STAN Ui FORD KY Good quality In V goods Good work in repairing and REASONABLE PRICES GUARANTEED 1 r it r fIY You Are InvitecL tTo Inspect tho excellent things till t feelinclined jjgro erles have unusual merit But Uont wish you to feel under lions to buy but wo know tho quality of the goods wo sell wilt wotn etronq plea to your good My specialties are now CannQd suitable for hot weather nhd Prlcos are on the bottom and If you uOllbeJW PERRlNtliG Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Kv YOUNG MAN t Drop in and examine our line of 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes i I WeE h PERKINS H Crab Orchard Ky I P THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOIID KY Jnv 2 1003 In fllllnc your proscriptions wo use prOIXJrUonlL not do better It yon us double the price which Isalway reasonable Icn IPERSONALS ill MRS J II DEAZLKY been Jll JOE E IoriTMAN wool to Loulivillo Sunday W S EMIWY spent larcral day In LlIlo ton r MRS MAIUC UARDIN has been lIck lot several day HEV H 0 MAIIONY up after Several day Illncw ERNEST WARREN camo down from Mlddlciboro yesterday Miss VIOLA BRADY hal returned from McMacbln W Va Miss MARION CO IAn or Dsnv Isle li tbo guest of Mitt Linda Miller Miss EMMA HAYS ts with Dr and MM W S Deazley at Lancaster MRS FUANK WALTON and too of Coflngton are with relatives here MESSRS c C CAIISON and T J Bill of Liberty were hero Saturday eonII other points MR AND MRS Ho PEYTON are via tine the family ot Mr U A Peyton at Mltldleiboro Miss MOLLIK JOHNSON of Louis Tlllo will arrive today to visit the Misses Straub Miss ELLA MORRIS of PIcaiurcTllIc ll visiting her brother W M Morris at Crab Orchard MBSOAUHS J T AND G A Uoltou anTS of Covlngtoa are guest pf Mr H J Molloberu MRS A A GRBKNHAUU and laugh tar of Veriallto are with Mrs Julia Abrams who is 1MI69MARUViIRrrK SALLBH OOi of Soracnef prettluit girl It with JIM Djrrl Jamw at Crab Orchard MRS WM A PoWELL and daagh lir and Mr M uli Flnetll of Utah mend are gasite of Mr T a Wllli MRS ANKA D VANAHSDALB ease- rep True ilarrolttrarK yesterday to via- L It bar daHRkUr Mr II J McIlotMrtr- OAIT T D CMOLMII wife and tiavgbtw of Daaytllt spent Sunday With tb family of Mr W U M Rob rte MtMBS IllTI BROWN of firming bam and AI Evans of UanTlIU 4 ore with the Meets Brocargh at Crab Orchard MRS J K VAN ARSDALK and daugh car Miss Alvin left Friday night for an extended tour of California end oth i er Western States MISSES Annie AND BLIXAIIBTII LOTUS are visiting Mr and Mrs Ward Lutes in Lexington They will visit their grandmother at Deattjvlllo be foro they return home LOCALS KEEP the fUel oft yourhono with IT Craig Rockery SECOND crop Irish potatoes for iced for tale J S Chrlimaa the gardener t and florist tFolt SALE Extra Jersey cow and heifer calf four months old W D McKlnner LOST Gold cuff button with two i ierpenta heads on It Reward Charles j HSaurtcT f HOWARD WITHERS ll suffering from- a badly sprained arm the result of- fAlldrom a a goods box JAILER OERRIN li still without a boarder Stanford war never more peaceful or more quiet t TilE business houses of J L Deule and Georgo O Farris Co are being tiimproved by fresh oats of paint TUE 4lh of July death list has reach ed 82 and those dangerously wounded while celebrating the glorious fourth number 3875 t Mns G D bas dining 1 privileges at tho Uuitonrllle fair u you can rest aiiured that you will ge a good dinner at her table each day t REV R B MAIIONY and H H King agent and adjuster for the Con tinental Insurance Co settled In lull with Rector Droll of Casey whoso barn and content wero destroyed by fire two weeks ago The amount was 1500 f I THERE has been no meeting of the directors of the Crab Orchard fair yet but It is absolutely certain that a goo dividend wilt be declared With the Immense crowds present each day and tbo economical management the alSO t 1 ciation ought and doubtless will make big money e THE calm of yesterday was broken j late In the afternoon when a team of 1horeel owned by J H Daughman became frightened at the breaking 1ofthe coupling polo on the wagon to 7 which they were attached and running I at breakneck speed along upper Main Street Fortunately but little damage t was done beyond tho Injury to the wagon aLlthemodel young executive A number of other prominent gentlemen will accom pany him DANVILLE fair next week IlUSTONVILKE lair tomorrow fairAug4 6 6 7 Dont milt It IT dot 1 tho work for Ole and II cheap At Craig Booker only GKNTLEMUN buy a air canvass hoc for the fair for 8100 Severance Sons YHSTERDAY was a day at ran cuter Few cattle were offered and no public tale were made A QOOU rain fell at McKlnncy yet terday We Lad promise of the much needed but ll didnt come TUB IlnttonvllU fairbegins tomorrow and continue over Friday Go to morrow and you will do HktwUo Thursday and Friday Iroepeels are dttterlng for the bat fair ever held at the good Iowa ot UII80ullle HAY RIPs Lau a1Rba at Crab Or bard Miss Byrt Jsme Rave a bay ride In bonor of Misses Margaret Sat lee and Ella Merle wbloh proved an oooailo of gtatral plaseri to the dos en or were ooeplM WM accepted the hospitality of the charming house BvoryoMi oejoytd the dollgbtfol oat lag TUB following from the elotro of the mountains Is wif explanatory To the voters of the 8th Congretilonal district I iball commence my canvass In the fall for Congress Ira the meantime let no man form or express an opinion nor disqualify himself as a political juror till I am beard at the respective coun ty seats of tbo various counties com posing the dlilrlct Fontaine Fox Bob blttTucCRAU ORCHARD FAIR Large crowds gathered at the capital of the East End Friday and Saturday and wltncised a magnificent display of stock and hotly contested races The lair war a lucccsa In all the word means and It will be a pleasant memory to the thousand that attended Presi dent R ri Bronougb Secretary W D Walllo A llant Secretary O L Crow and the director did all In their power to make the visitor feel at and right well did they luccecd Th dinners were a feature of the occasion Mn Laura Moore and son Moore bad the dlnln privileges and tbo mealu they furnished wero Indeed fit for the gods Following le a list of the awards for tho last day Beet msro or gelding any ape J T Crenthaw premium Malt Cohen cer ilflcato Beet stallion any age O T Sandldge premium Matt Cohen certificate DelL rockaway mare or gelding I C James premium J T Crcnibaw cer tificate geldylair icy certificate SADDLE HORSES Beet stallion mare or gelding one year and under two R B Wood premium I C Brown cert Beet italllon two years and under three 0 T Sandldge premium J T Crensbaw certificate fourtcertificate Best stallion four year old and over 0 T Sandldge premium Matt Cohen certificate Best maro two years old and three C T Sandldge premium and certificate Best mare or gelding three years and under four Tote Bright premium J T Crenshaiv certificate yearloldISandldge certificate Beet walking mare or gelding Dud Dunn premium J T Cronsbaw certlQ cola Best high school mare or gelding Didnt fill HARNESS HORSES Best mare or gelding any age T S Eastland premium J T Cren show certificate BWEElSTAKE SADDLE RINGs Best italllon mare or goldlnjf any ago C T Sandldge premium Matt Co hen certificate Best phaeton pony not to measure over Hi Tom Best baodlIJ T dldge DeL certificateIO T hen certificate Beet lady rider Mill Cora Long premium nelL youOI lady rider under 15 years Miss Daisy Gilbert premium DOCIILE TEAM ROADSTERS Dell double team regardless of sex color or ownership J C Bailey premium J T Cret tbaw Beet certificateIBud Ilockaday certificate THIRD DAYS RACES Pacing Race mile beats three In five 3 minute clasitlOO ICO to first 125 to 2d tlfi to 3rd Tony Paster let J Stone WalkerI 21 and If Fourge 3rd i mile beats for threeyearold and upward 1100 tbreeyearolde to carry not less than 100 pounds fouryearold and upwarJ to carry 110 pounds Mai deal allowed 10 pounds Cherry T lit Mary Mack 2d and Battle L 3rd Trotting Race mllo heats three In five 235 claii1100 160 to let 125 to 2J 115 to 3rd Annie Hunter lit Benin Mason and Claude M 3rd 211I Mulo Race 1 mild dash Gray Jack lit Totten 2d and Mikel 3dIfor twoyearolds 176 Polly M lit Maggie F 2d and Rattle T 3rd Pacing Race mile heats three In five free for all classes 1100 190 to let 125 to2dtlfttotrd Linda let Tony Pastor 2d and Wal ter T8rd Consolation Purse one mile dash for tbroc year oids flOOIMint Jullp let C P 2d and Roy Ooidoreon 3rd- Consolation Puree f mils dash for mvU Gray Jack lot Totten 3d aid Mike 3rd CHURCH MATTERS Evangvllsl B C Morrleon U having great success In his meeting at Witj moreMethodist have begun a new house of worship at Qardlnibnrg Ky which will COt l1100 Southern Babtlat gave during the month of July 15610 SO to tbo cauio of foreign missions Al Mlddleburg the district confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal church of that district le In scuba South Cumberland River Association of Baptists will meet with Oak Grove church Palaskl county September 9 Some ot the cburcb member of Bowling Green are holding meetings protesting against the proposed eitab llshment of a brewery In that city According to the latest church statistic In regard to tbo Presbyterian church the ratio of membership to population li less than It was hree years ago baaediscovered a cave In coun 11IT N Y containing an Inexhaustible supply of Ice By what strange freak of nature the Ice was formed In the cave is not yet explained Martin has built a passageway from the cave which Is high on the side of a rugged hill and Is marketing tbo Ico over many mile of territory The presence of troop has restored order at Danville III though there is a general feeling of dread and there le much bitter feeling against tbo rallltla A reviled list shows that two persons wero killed and 22 wounded as the re suit of Saturday nights race riot and the attackon the jail Judge Oiborno overruled a motion to continue tho Jett and White case at Cyntblana yesterday and directed that a jury be selected At a result of a blind tiger quarrel- In Breathltt John Stldman and Alex Craft are thought to bo fatally wound ed P W Green of Lexington bought of John Steele Carpenter of the West End a mare for 30- 0IIATRL pBob Fltzilmmons the exchampion pugilist and Miss Julia May G fiord t the actress were married Sunday On the 23rd Mr Geo W Lanham and Mlsa Bettle D Pendegrapb of Elllsburg drove up to Shelby City and were married by Rev W R Davidson at his home In the presence of G S Gaibury and Miss Battle Pendegrapb t tho accompanied them WONDER REATMD1AY5Fail tar J M Allen of tho Cynthlana Oem ocrat says An Indiana editors wife attacked his pretty stenographer and threw her through a stained glass win dow Thank goodness there aro come yipecked windows safe ItIWhen le pie like a poet Browning IBI What I back ot a Why watcbIll spends For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles Ee Powell Office N W Oor Myer Hotel UallHogO 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only Equitablestrongestin IGeL also n combination Disabili ty policy in tho Fidelity Casual everyAccident Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court etcdeftBy vUtut of Judgment end order of ule In ihii cue by ads court at Its June term the under AugI19oheeInalrerdivision of the proceed amongst those entitled there theluJgment an4rounJdIMncelIhland thence line East to J W James line COOLtlnln2alTerns of Sale Credit olds months bonds slit anJtComrJuly Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court OOOJedeltty virtue of a judgment and order of sate In this cause by this court it Its June tern tool the undersigned commissioner will In Stanford Ky on Aug before the court house door Mil to the high and test bidder the property hereinafter described it certain trail of land In Lincoln canary Ky on toyIhefist by the lands of John Bright and a w Vande veer and on the west by the lands of Daniel Manuel and on the south by the lands or John Bright and snJAlar stump and running south tosses down the branch toVandeveerslinesnorth to the beginning containing or acres The forhS1thMi costs prom espendej Terms of ule credit of month Bond with approve security payable to tae cortanJ bearing 6 per cent tele et froei date until MU Lies retained R C WARREN CeTr July M p- osCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Myatt hit etc MM vs Amm Hut etc y f i virtue of a judgment ol sale tile above ttyted case tkemJHalpIMcermissoniewill on in iv i before court house Jour In Stanfurd Ky at paMk outcry to Ute highest and kit bidder iwcu of had hentnafier of which ace Med ti Llawla county dftcroldlNth branch o- flIaqtne rnk lit tract bounded thus Beginning at a cenerM Murphy and Coffee thence SilL poles N asks to a Mane ht the rued thence S H f pale M te hake to a stone In the road thence W to pales e9 pules ba sake thence W s poles to ie Inks to a Mike In Coney and Murphy t line tbeaxe S 6 11 WIt poleS I links to the beginning CMriekftic settee more or lets md tract bounded boas being knob trod and the first tract and Is bounded by the lands of John Cash David Laugh lily and McCornack and coeaw6 acres more eteM The purpose of the sale for te distribu tion e the proceedi of sea amngat thou entitled thereto according to their respective right The tracts of lead wll be oflerel separately and then as a whole sad then bUs will be accepted which ralire th- eatist money Terra of ute Credit of 6 months comrIgiven R c WARR tN Comrr July to fg- owOFFICIAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Kentucky Office of the 800Itlur of Pursuant to an act of the General Assembly of the Commouwcalth ol Kentucky passed at the regular letslon thereof begun and on Tuesday the 7th day of Jan chapterand It entitled An Act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of lion of Kentucky and of which the subjoined Is a true the constitutional amendment proposed In said act will be sub milted to the vuiori of the Commonwealth of Kentucky for their acceptance or their rejection at the next general election which placesthroughoutthe third day of Norrember 1903 at which election memben of the General Assemby are to be voted for Given under my hand as Secretary of Kentuckythis0 II HILL Secretary of State CHAPTER An act to provide for au amendment to See Kentuckyliethe Commonwealth of Kentucky Section That upon the concurrence ol three fifths of all tho members elected to each house the yeas and nap being taken thereon and entered In full In their respective of1Centuckyto said section the following words And the General Assembly may by general laws only authorize cities and towns of any class to provide for taxation for municipal pur- poel on personal property tangible and intangible based on inconro licenses or In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class impostlionterrybridgegraph light or electric power cora so that said section when 10 amended shall read as follows Section 181 The General Assembly shall nct Impose taxes for purposes any coun corporationrespectivelytheGeneral Assembly may by general laws on ly provide or the payment of license fees on franchises stock used for breeding poses the various traces occupations and professlonsor a special or excise tax and may by general lawsdelcgate the power to counties towns cities ana other municipal corporations to Impose and license tees on stock used for breedlugpurposes on professlonsmay by general laws only authorize cities or towns of any class to provide for taxation propertytsngiblelicenses or franchises In lien of an ad va lorem tax theioon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any iteam railroad street rail way ferry bridge gas waterheatiagtele phone telegraph electric light or electric company Section 2This amendment shall bo sub mltted to the voters of the State for their ratifies tlon or rejection at the time and In the mannerprovided for under Section ISO of Kentucky and uoder the provisions of the act of May 12 16M being Section 1130 of thtt complication of laws known and al the Ken tucky Statutes GERALD T FINN Speaker of the House of Representatives W UTLEY President Pro tern of tho Senate DEFYThe our Negligee Shirts Monarch Shirts 1 Argyle Shirts 50c We Have Many Beautiful Patterns i Cummins a McClary HOT Is tho Weather and we cant change itt but we can greatly change its effect upon us by drossing to suit the Weather Soft Light Underwear Negligee Shirts Low Collars Narrow Ties Lace Effect Socks Narrow Light Weight Suspenders Feather Weight Straw Hatsa now thing Serge and Crush Coats and Pants LowCut Shoos nil tend to make us comfortable now Wo can fit and I think please you Let us try Terms Cash HJMRoberts CUT PRICES On Wash Skirts Wash Waists Light Skit Slippers Oxfords Miens and Womens Canvass Shoes Lawns c MidSummer Notions Such as CombsFansFan Chains Lace Hose Gloves Chatelains Waist Sets Belts c New goods every week in this department I SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESeM li e RefrigeratorsWater Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire pultr Darb Wire Grass and Rush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO We B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose u t ffltemORJOURNAL Snltrti n the potlofflee at Stanford at f otuiota matte- rAtablSori1CueodlaT raricSFiido4 JT 1 PER YEAR CASH OST Wain get lopttdssaoo will becnarjed L43I KNOXVillE DIVISION Na2lTraintolagNOth101pm N25 a t 025 South 12 17 a m No23 121 pm I FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Bcveranco Vlll rent for one or more years J B OWSLEY u Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and t Oakes Etc Jnst received Highest market prices for flutter Eggs Ac Give him a call Big line of Dry Goods Notions Cents Fur nll1lng Goods Etc just added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary f Is all the year for the treatment of- eurglcal and chronic diseases and for con imitation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Protest sional bills due when services are rendered and must bP paid promptly Giboney Jeffries LIvory Food 6tSalo Stable Liberty Ky Drummers Riga a specialty sold Grade Bones and Mules bought Peed hones receive personal attention 1icc8 TraHlort DIALERS ISj Wiilsku Brantlu Wines Beer ftGJt Olosato Depot KY Prompt ant polite attention Nothing but the bee to drink Sera plede a telegraph orders receive crorart attention II JI D Wodrell Fire and Tornado Insurance R peients The Home of New York the largest company In the world Assets 11871O IS Surplus IR regards policy holders 40106Okd 89 Farm property In Doyle Casey Garrard L1n coin counties Phone 21 R B Mammy Insurance fluent Stanfordw Kentucky Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in in counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking insurance against Kiro Lightning and Tornado None but the trone and best OldLine Com anles represented and the lowest legible tales are guaranteed Phone tf- 2Stanford Kentucky P P M HAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beazleys Livery Stable Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer of tile nrooUlyu East Uiid Art Club If women would poly more attention to their hulth we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and II they would observe results would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they are given In coruultlnl with my druggist he advised McElrees Wine of flied fords BlackDraught and so took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wino of Cardui is a regulator of the menstrual functions and is a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty irreg ular and painful menstruation falling of the an1 It is helpful when npproachlDq woman during pregnancy after child birth in change of life It frequently brings a dear baby to homes that have barren for ears All druggists btvo 0100 bottles of Wine WINEOfCARDUII t Ld J PARKERS m HAIRDALSAM eM f a hniiftul r Fait to Ile atorepOprei JJal to dlkQvvap Set talug- J9 etslrest Itounku NEW LIVERY STABLE w S1hfKE Gsm Prort JUNCTION CITY KY a FirstGlass Turnouts at Reasonable hates- Epectal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Tier Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every lung first class Potters meet all trains 89 J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fliHD FEED STftBUE Stanford Kv Service at Reasonable RatesGood Livery Dealers InAlsoStreetCall on ns on Depot Goal J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AL2ODZALUS1 Furniture aiattluK8Rug for allFurniturewill ExchangeThey kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C 1rccMYEDIi3ALMEII And DealearIn BADNESS SADDLES f 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases Bladder Also aChe Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary write Ur lennet lie has spent a life tlmo curing Just suck cases yours All consultations Your Kidney and Backache Cure bas cured two very bad cases among our cuslo meta tho past year whom tbo doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland la Druggists 50c tl Ask tot Cook nook Free STVITUSDANC TroublesCURE Sure Cure Circular Pr Kenncr 1redonlaNY CBS LGXIDGTOn DcmoqRAt Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It Iv especially devoted to tbo Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor Wt P Walton Editor 5 Pror KyiIi j r THIS AND THAT 001InJwas shot and killed by Clyde Davis colored Mrs Lottie Pearce Dodd one of Lou isviles beet known and best beloved women it dead An American has bought the old curiosity shop in London nnd will bring it to this country- Benjamin 0 lUll wus hanged in the United Stitce jail at Washington for the murder of his wife Baron do limb who married Pauline Joram the American prima donna was killed by a train in England Thomas OToole of New York one of the foremost bridge builders in the country ws accidcntly tilled at Quarryville PaIn an outbreak of street car strike disorder ar Itlchmoad Vs two cars were blowm up and one motorman badly jured Mrs Wilhemlna Ginco Harrington was granted a divorce from Lord Barlog ton now in jail at St Lonia on a charge of lDurderIThe big plant of the Southern Foundry and Machine company at Knoxville Tcnn was destroyed by tire with 000 loss and 534000 insurance The Chicago Hotelkeci crs Association and tho Waiters Unions leave settled their diflerenccs The waiters 6000 in number get a 10 per cent advance of wagesCurltieJett and Tom White were taken from Lexington to Oyuthlana and were lodged in the Harrison county jail The Cyntblana military company is guarding the jail It is said that Ball Bros of Versailles sold Montgomery Chief the gicat saddle stallion to 11 0 Hewitt of Quincy Ills for 20000 If this is correct it is the recod price for a saddle stallion An insurance company use employed Col Jacob ilaager to ineligate the death of Paul Calne with a view to resisting the payment of an accident policy 810 000 which contains the suicide clause On Devils creek in Wolf county Deo Crow who had had trouble with Alex lat ton over a game of cards went to Hattons house chased him away from the promises and shot and killed Mrs Ilatton The grand jury at Jackson Investigated the charge of murder against lull B itton and Asbury Spicer arrested in connection with the assassination of Jim Cookreil The jury refused to indict the men and they were released Two strange negroes attempted to as fault MiMos Berths Lane and Bertha Buntaln Anderson county girls who had loft their homes to pick blackberries Two suspects were arrested and were tak en to Shelby ville for sale keeping Pope Leos will written in his own hand was opened at a meeting of the cardinals All the property of which ass possessed is left to his successor for tho benefit of the church Ills relatives anti his physicians are permit ted to select presents from tho valuables in the Ionttft8 apartment in the Vatican The special grand jury at Jackson completed its work yesterday and was discharged by Judge Iledwlne 23 Indictments were retained mostly for minor offenses The bills against Plum mer Crawford and Tharp were the only ones dlrecty connected with the fend trouble The foreman expressed the opinion after adjournment that the jury would have indicted Bill Britton but for tho influence of Alex Uargls WA1 raDWe wouldlike ask thro tbo columns of your paper if there is any person who has used Greens August Flower for the cure of Indigestion Dye pepsin and Liver Troubles that has not ben curedand wo also mean their 10 suts such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dye depsla headaches despondent feelings sletplesancsa in fact any trouble con acted with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books freo of cost If you never tried August Flownr try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing if so something more serious is the matter with you Tho 25 cent size has just beer introduced this year Regular iitze 75 cents At all druggists At Penny Drug Store S eS ATLANTIOCITY WlthoutcbanKc via the scero C O tbrduch Wash- Ington and Philadelphia with atop over privilege returning special train will leavo Lexington 1110 A M Thure day Aug 13 1093 Round trip rate 814 tickets Rood 12 days The best route and the beet time to see Atlantic City at ltd height Through Pullman ftlecpera from Lexington to Atlantic City For further Information and do scripllve circulars address Jno D Potts A G P A Cincinnati Oblo or Geo W BarneyiD P A Lexington y 1 No man or woman In the State will hesitate to speak well of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets ann once trying them They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion For sale by Craig llockcr Stanford Ky Why Is not yuur nOlo 12 Inches long It would then be a foot LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Kverybody gOiK to the Danville fair You do Mkewlra Aug 4 t 6 7 Joe P Chancellor bought of Bird Malhen two wctrn nice gilts at 110 Tom Pesos told to 0 P Hoffman n lot of heifer at 340 and some cows at 3e Drouth fa ruining the corn awl hemp of Central Kencrop in some parts tucky iPOIt SALB Spau of Rood drought nine years old weight 2100 pounds or more Albright t AdamI Qrodhcad yItNight Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all writes Mrs Chas Applegate of AloxanI dria lid and could hardly get any sleep I bad consumption so bad that If I walked a block I would cough fright fully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 11 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured mo and I gained 53 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Lun Trou bles Piico50c and tl Trial bottles free At all drug alo- esCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Wm Martins adtar etc plat vsl Ulrlck IIorzopR Potts By virtue of a Judgment and order of alo In above suit t IU June term 1103 the undersigned commissioner will on the our day of Aug 10M before the court- boulo door In Stanford Kv sell at public outcry to the highest and test bld r I hereinafter described In twoiiroiMttty tree tat tract h BI follows glnnllll at a tree In It M whlteline merly these N W E IT poiM thunee with the line of J M Martin N stake In IIld thenee Leeleavingto a stake near a y N05 W DI pole to a assatras and two oak bushes thence a U pests to the begI containing Macros rood sail UI lung at stake Intractbegina aof ldpales Green Ilarnctts line thence N F Y IrolK Vs Martins thence a ti U to a eerier In to a stake thence SUE le lroIr thtnwKIOvolwto two smell chetaui oormr to SI Marlin thence S 7311 W tlttll thence with the division line of DawN- ADd Taylor N ts W M poise to the begIn ring eonUlnlui I acres nsore or Ie Said laRd will be sold to satisfy the lie rent debt Infect SStW of wIth I Kand also Ute further IUID IM until raid for the purchase money oIIIM wltb e pel INS umI 1Mtb cent Interest paid and tbe coM of tU sands Bald J0tract or so much thereof se may io varywill be Bold w rake tktM saw OI coM Tor s of sal credit ot petdxnallecurlty rt1qlred paya e wlwloner bearing I nr cent InUrest trea late until nsild I nd tie teen nd r3uot of afodgta Bt It 0 WAKUEN Oouir July M te- esCommissioners sale Llocoln Clrevlt cost Martin lcOrack IlUT n Itaitol IHir bam etc Inks of a judgment and eider of eel title Jaw t rwIn cause IIv i attu sot the ucdtrslgnert comrlstor will M foro tilt omrt house la Stanford Ky on Aug II iNS sell at rmblVc outcry to I hlgtiMt and brat Udoer the pronertv her Inaftor doMrlbod The object ofttle sal h lien debt of thoto satisfy tin mortgage ivlalntirf for ll07 with 0 cent Intern trom AUI 12 ituj untlllatd and all right to tlin Interest and claim defendants In of honiMtead or socluding right much of the property u Is conveyed by ald deed of mortgage be add u tatu fV d f odants debt Intrrvst and CM hid tad In tour tncta or parcel lit tract boglnulng at while oak and hick ory thence N 90 0315 vol to a stake lt Inning at conwr of original surrey thence 3 80 W 112 to a block and maple corner to lit No 3 thence N M poles to the beLlunlns coiitalnlne 10 acres tract Ixgllllllor at 1 stake In George CarpnUr llnoUenc runningwest M poles thonee Norlh n pale to a thence East eleasouth = 11018 to the beginning eon tilclni thrreacremureor lei Iredb- CJlmilng a toile earnr to the nnber ones tract thence south Of W S + to wbtteoak aims coursul0 a riD thouce south IIpoles to alnk- outbs2Eslpaleetoeornerthence N 2 lllu to a ake a stake corner In KoberU line thence N as polevto the beginning containing IX acre the threonine acres adjoining eonY 10 Ihntel Da- rambyThomaaGreenbydeeroftscord In th Lincoln Amount to IM roullzed by ale JI6S S2 Term of 110 Credit of 0 moats Hand with ap havlll forco and effect o- fodgmentbearing6lrcentInterest a trot date of Mile until nlpU OWAUKEX Conor July 20 loot La R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky zeaIEstateExchangE TITLE CO Stanford Ky- NuioFarmufl25aerrnear Ilodbead Nice cottage tenant house 2 barn etc Uulldleg lod fencing In mod condHlon M acres In rulilralion wellwatend Will sell fur f or excbsng foi property In Uncoil county No M sere good land Two story six room dwelling tarn smokohoiMi etc Whole place In lira well watered and buildings In good condi lion lrlce 2110- 0o4Seven room dwelling good cellar mad toland ever alllDgwtlland 1lIg Kenrlng aid outbuilding In Ir condition heap place close to town Will suit a small family No 41 lam 875 acre iplenJId blaegusland In Lincoln county Two atory monotone realileuca 3 tenant houie bun room forever yu head ct stock and all other neciMry outbuildings all In alreir ClOM to cbunh school pxtolltc railroad and In good neighborhood 400 area In eullhUllo rt 0 grace and timber sic Thill Ii at ld al country home lisa lIlnytollnen on place scale tie Well watered with H sever ftlliog springs etc Price reatonabl 4Macre neiir Jumbo 100 acre In cull vation rot In timW Six dwelllogt on plate lire nf them new two lobateo Lams and lirgt stock barn blacksmith shop stable etc Young orebard run Ate On county toed and JM goodtTwo storr seven room frame duelling veranda etc Out story storeroom 30x60 two blacximlih slope tenant house stable erlb and warehouse Ktrrr building now and racing In flntahar Allot the properly Ii In llustontllle Ky and we will sell It u a whole or sell rub place wparjlily Well at each stable and cistern thou For address the afore named aec VTS acre land In IreachersTllls Kr Two drillings eac story aod each house contains alx coons Large convenient tarn Well watered Close to chu co school etc and In splendid neigh borhood wndrotpropeny It In it Louis and anxious lo sell Pay Your Attention T O NEW YORK STORE This weeks epocinl sale of lions fine Clothing of the very latest styles which wo hmo toloolod from theaInrgest cities and wo will toll them at a SACKIKICK Also a now assortment of fine dross shirts nnd worktshirt Our Shoos and lints are notod for thoir fine IqUt1itius and durability Homemtior The New York Store Next Door tc Lincoln County National State College of IThe Agricultural and Mechanical r slate College lJcue of Kentucky Inp courses of atudv via Agricultural Hortlealtural Chemical Ihrsleal Normal School Olaoriral Mechanical RnglneerlRz log Civil Engineering each of which extends over tour vcar and leads Ornduate studies are alo provided leading cads to a Masters degree study Is organised under le arle faculty The reneral faculty uu irofetton land instructors JaUNTY AlIOINTEru receive tuition room eapearesTheTho Legislature appropriated IMM fur a Oitlletje llotae for vounp for drill hell end gvmneIu for rec The latter isrerpdett and will be d for occupancy In October r IMilitary tactics and Science are fully prr IUod fur iu required from the several course of study readily dad excellent remuneration The demand ts largely la exNw oftue ability uf tho fat year the matriculation list was Mt Sunnier PobooU are trorlded for teMligocy Engineering sad Initroetloa StauurdOfficers 8 eclallsU with the necevury number of asttnnts have charge of mail ot Keotnrky thoakhearing hitherto tbe title of NaturalltlehlI In Ike Co lwpcr ene of the College Ileate for young woreo will prerlde board and lodging It k sgalppe with all rodern curvHleDe laeldlr aod room for physical culture It wilt be Iw sled by leer and 111114 by afforded to teeM of a tborovgh education ba Classic regeeliterature Bdf we blatmetlc Uwle MetaphylM Illstorr BeonoMy No otter luttUutlon In tlM State offer advantage toe the i KentuckyFor t Istudy aid terns of udmbwloo apply to JAMIM K lUrrMMUN Or to D O PlUMB llMlOMM Af Pall tern begin Seplwnbor 1803 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO r Directors J D IaxMa J n Owslnj S II Slsaiki W O Walker oho Carter Thesue nnn to Farmer Hack Trust OuInpaa Cad under ore saaoaffeMeot conUaoo ly tor M yein We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such beams relations will prove mutually boaeBelal First National BankOr Stanford 11 Capital Stock 50000j Tills Institution was as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1888 then reorganized as the National tank of Stanford In IBM and again reorganized as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlnter rupted nktenco for 43 years It is better supplied now with laeUiUN for tranaet lagbudaees promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited once a If ed eye be see you to OP OUR DEBT THE MOST OP lib ft IN THE OF i tin of and and bowel For at Xo 27A rra of In larrarJ county a ullnfrom Lancaster Kr All In grass timothy and except 10 acm no waits Und Finely waters ponds a through la ImproTemcnla a1000 twxlory eight tram dwelling In each room paatrlM cellar tie newly covered and painted tenant bun and other all la rood condlllor In goal near church postofflco an store within 4W yards of ibis place wi be sold cheap 8 H 8IIANK9 President J D OWabtlYOasbler WIM niUOlIT Asst OaabUr J Officers J 9 HOOKER Trest JJ JloUOllRltrs Chr W II WEAKEN Ilkpr Directors Y Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford W T Walton Lexington K L Tanner ilclunney M n Etmore Stanford II Ilaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Sea Robinson Hubble J It Ilaocbmaa Stanford V1 Tato Stanford y YCJ1rEyesArc constnntl bmllyfitting Have Them Tested P- At least year your glasses have become scratch by frequent wiping dont endanger your sight byt They should changes as soon as you dont as well as used thclnICraig STANFORDr JI i aQra e-n ascara 5 PHY8101ANSHI8 ESTIMATION BENEFICIAL ALL DRUGS TREATMENT CONSTIPATION SyrupIsthe treatment indigestion biliousness all stomach I troubles from I VERY j2SSolo Pennys Drug Store f lfcH sores clover bcrIOgsrI amt rich and fencIroom house outbuilding neighborhood school depot No 3rre acres of land one tulle from Somerset lulUtlgutog contains seven rooms Large barn and all nee outbuildings Kencts repair Well Price 51800tNo 28l0 sere ot unimproved land la Iron countado 1xtiles Sutton onavwtouts Wilt sell xchant trproperty In Uucolneounty