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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a J SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL u VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 1903 SAM NO 45 r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Mt Vernon band will furnish music for Liberty fait Sam al Spalding ono of tho oldest citizens of Marlon county is dead Dirk Southard a reputed bud negro was killed In a fight at Middles boro T M Carrlogton of Rlohmond Va was ro elected for a fourth term at president of the Tobacco Association of the United Suites The Kusslan Government Is laid to 1 have approprlatea 10600000 for additional fortification In the neighbor hood of Port Arthur The city council of Lancaster has let tbo contract for the construction of waterworks The system li to be corn pleted by December and li to cost 124 411In a few hours work Undertaker J A Carpenter of Perryvllle received nearly 100 applications for member chip In the Garrison Mutual Durlal AssociationA by Gen Carslui M Clay conveying Whitehall to tho United States for a public park It reported to ofSrecently published Len Martin was hold In 11000 boodI for killing Wesley Woods at his exam t ining trial at Wllllamburg Tug k Rains was held In 1600 bond as an ac 1complice WlllouRbby Inman was boldI for outtlng 1rowltt at l church One of tho most serious wrecks In the history of the Queen ft Crescent road occurred Saturday night near Cumberland Fall when two freight trains collided killing ilx persons and educing 40 earl to a mats of debris 1The was caused by a mlsuoder standing of signals A Frankfort dispatch says Dora Clay Brook of Madison county the dl vorccd widow of Gen Casslus M Clay retained Mr James Andrew Scott to bring a damage suit for 124000 against the Indiana Railroad Co on which her second husband Riley Brook was killed and to represent her In securing the 110000 legaey left her In the will of Gen Clay CHURCH MATTERS Rev David Brewer of Mercer performed his44B7th marriage Friday The tint ballots for a successor to Pope Leo XIII resulted In no election Revs W A Sehtll and B Helm will begin a 10days meeting at the Wal nut Flat church oa Friday night next ibne T D Molllns has Just olead a 10 days mewUsur at Palrvlew resulting la seven additions to the church Mt Vernon Signal A preacher avCortorsvlllB Ga has tiled a deed eonvaytDg n traIt of laid to god the Father Ckrttt the SOD And the holy Ohoel A cburoh In the neighborhood o New York has thought U neesjesary in order to raise money to build an exten sloe to ask each saloon keeper In the par eb to give one days reaelpii each montb for four months to the building und Tbe greatest religious meeting In the history of Barrodsburg Is over but lu influence will be felt for years There were 220 professions and con versions of which 163 arc men and boys and 70 girls and women Just the reverse of the usual proportion But these wero only tbo outward results The church and wholo community have been quickened spiritually and all are more ready to work than over before As tho meeting drew toa closo the Interest becamo Intensp and etbe Christian workers moro zealous The climax was reached Sunday No loss than 1200 came to the morning service and at night fully 1000 moro simply packed the academy yard It was before such a vast congregation that Mr Williams preached his faro well sermon the last appeal was made to those out of Christ and over a score accepted shlvatlon Harrodsburg liar aid Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by Indigestion and these Tablets are just what is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward oil the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be prevented In the same way For sale by Craig A Hocker Special Judge Robbins convened the Scott circuit court at Georgetown yes terday to try Caleb Powers for alleged complicity in the assaslnatlon of Wil liam Goebel There will bo considerable new evidence and a notable wit new will be Henry E Youtsey now serving a life term for his share In the crime The jury may he obtained from Bourbon county The defense may move for a continuance Remit us for your subscription MIDDLEBURG The copious showers of Friday came B9 refreshing blessing We were need- Ing rain ver badly Mr Clarence Coleman and Miss Dean Adams attended the fair Thursday but Mack Coulter remained at homo In sorrow Messrs Mack Coulter Curio Mc Daniel and Geo Lucas attended the tin party at Miss Ethel McWhorter Friday night They carried with them a pie pau a dipper and tin cup The next fair of any Importance will bo held at Liberty Aug 2fl 27 and 23 at which everybody Is expected to be present Now If you bluegrass people want to see some fine stock Just bo at Liberty on the above date Mlises Lutlo Bubanka and Darling Daugberty were visiting Misses Mar tha and Nannie Lucas last week Bar the Lucas little daughter of Luther Lucas Is very at her grandfathers F B Lucas Miss Bassle Fair has been visiting relative and frlendl hero for tome time- Saturday being primary election day Mr Leslie Carman of tho Knob Lick Section was on the river bank below the mill at tbli place with his fishing poles looking for rats Mr Carman doesnt catch anything but rats on election days any other tlmo the fish will bite for him Mr Henry MoAnlnch returned Friday evening from Ilustonylllo with his horses but sad to say wo failed to see any blue ribbons on them Mr Wm McIntosh has movodto the property of the late Mrs W T Durham near the tollgate north of Mlddleburg Frank- L Jones has returned from Burnslde The ollmate did not suit him there We are glad to have him back In our town again Wm K Lucas wife and son wero In the Stanford and Crab Orchard neighborhoods last week with a view to buying a farm in that section O T Luoas and wife wero In the Stanford section last week Miss Min nie Swope spent fair week with her cousin Mrs Jennie Alford of Huston vllle Abe Godbey and wife went to Rllevs Wednesday to visit relatives F B Lucas E O Jones F L Jones and the writer were out on a turtle hunt Thursday We shot some 10 or more turtles and bad a jolly time Mr B B McAnlnob was quite III Friday Frank Jones and W T Coulter arc al so on the ailing list W T Dye was at Ilustonvtlle last week assisting liveryman G A A lord in bis stable Thomas Benson was at W T Cou- lter again last week This section of the county was well represented at the BustonvllU fair Most everybody was anxious to tea Coy Beckham Elmer C Jones wife and sou uf Trenton Mo arrived at his fathers M W Jones Tuesday Ills many friends and relatives In this county are glad to see him agate Bis wife Is a model woman and though a Missourlan by birth she Is so elably a Kentueklan Bud we are glad to welcome them to our midst with all the toolablllty characteristic to tho true Kentucky home May their visit to our State be a pleasant one and many happy memories keep them over In remembrance of their many Kentucky friend F B Lucas W S Tapscott Klol Froderlok and A Hum phrey have returned from Lexington whore they have been for some time working at tho carpenters trade FAIR DATES The following is the list of fair dates fixed for this year Danville August 4 4 days Madisonvllle August 4 days lirodhcid Aug 103 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Columbia Aug 18 4 days Liberty Aug 20 three days Bnepherdsylllo August 25 4 days London Aug 26 three days Somerset Sept 4 days Bardstown Sept 9 dajs Ellrabcthtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owoniboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 0 days The diagrams for tho C d O oxcur sloe to Atlantic City on August 13th are now open and all persons desiring sleeping car reservations will please notlly Mr G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky at an early date When you want a physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and certlan to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig sir Hocker Republican conventions Callnway and Christian counties instructed for James Breathltt for circuit judge The district convention will be hold today at Hopklnsvllle To Tho Lakes Summer Tourist Tickets on sale via Queen fc Crescent Route June 1 to Sept 30 Ask tlckn agents for particulars DANVILLE fair ieowon GoR NEWS NOTES The wets won in the prohibition election at Grccnup A law it proposed to make voting compulsory In Canada Tbo antirebate law Is up for a test In the courts of Virginia John Tlnsley the Negro who caused the race riots at Evansvllle is dead Ten thousand glass workers have been granted a 10 per cent increase of wages Two hundred hogsheads of Kentucky tobacco were destroyed by fire at Jer soy City N J There aro 785 candidates for admin sloe to Yale In the entering classe of next September- A clock with a dial 120 feet In dlamo tor le being built at Milwaukee for tho St Louis Exposition George B Warner was held without bond to answer for the killing of Pu task Leeds In Louisville Tbo Chinese Government has de cided to muzzle the free speech of Conservatives and Liberal John Rlddlespura miner was fatally injured near Gadsden Ala by the explosion of 00 dynamite cartridges ho wat carrying under his arm Dr Francis F Mlles who as a Captain In the Confederate service was in charge of Fort Sumter when It was at tacked by the Federal float is dead at St Louis At the first meeting of the General Policy Board of the army and navy held In Washington Admiral Dewey was elected president and Commander Barnett secretary A ccrllUoato tof organization of tbo United States Cotton Manufacturing Company with HOOOOOOO capital bee been tiled with the Commissioner of corporations at Boston Negroes who are opposed to Booker T Washington attempted to break up a meeting which he was addressing In Boston and several fights occurred which resulted In a number of arrests Former Sheriff Brick Combs of Jackson denies that he told Ewen to keep his damned mouth shut while they were discussing the assassination of Marcum Immediately after it oc curred Over 100 persons were thrown Into tho Wllllamette river at Portland Ore and three of them were drowned by tbo collapse of a bridge from which a crowd of spectators was watching an armless swimmer Directors of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railway are consld firing tho advisability of creating a bonded Indebtedness of 260000000 to refund redeem or pay outstanding ob ligations of tbo company- Arrangements era being perfected by the State Military Department for the upto date equipment of the Ken tuoky oQioers and militiamen who will participate In tbo regular army ma nouvers at West Point In October Two hundred armed men held up a C k O passenger train near Clifton Forge Va and attempted to secure two Negroes in the custody of the au thorities with the Intention of lynch lag them The trainmen thwarted their plans Seven indictments Involving diRer persons and charging conspiracy against the Government were return ed by the Federal grand jury at Wash ington August W Maobon formerly superintendent of free delivery isnnm ed jointly with othere In four of the Indictments He has already been in dicted on similar charges Mrs Johnson sister of James B Marcum testified In the trial at Cyn thlana that Curt Jett said when sho asked him about the murder Gargle money did It but I fired the shot II Other testimony was corroborative of the evidence of Capt Ewen and Bar ney Schlff regarding the movements of Jett and White immediately before and after the shooting A New York dispatch says that Col T C Campbell has gone to George town to take part In the prosecution of Caleb Powers on a charge of conspiracy In the assassination of Gotf Goebel Col Campbell will ask Gov Beckham to make a requisition on Gov Durbin of Indiana for the return of fugitive W S Taylor to Kentucky for trial for alleged participation In tho same con spiracy In case this demand Is refus ed a mandamus will bo sought before the Supremo Court of the United States Not OverWise There is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared at a grass hopper Lut in the act of heedlessly treading on a snake This is paralleled by the man who spends a large sum of money building a cyclone cellar but neglects to provide his family with a bottlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIsrrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints whose victims outnumber those of the cyclone a 100 to one This remedy is everywhere recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicine in use for these diseases For sate by Oraigdr Hock ere About Tho Court House The Grand Jury having by Its written report to the clrcultcourt condemn ed the court house and said report hay tog been presented to the fiscal court which court upon consideration after having been fully advised as to cost of needed repairs or remodeling of same and after ascertaining that the cost of necessary repairs would approximate the cost of a new building and upon the whole matter entered an order calling an election on the proposition as under tho law It was compelled to do In order that the court might bo fully satisfied It secured the services of an experienced architect to examine the building and submit his report In writing to the court which U as tot lowsThe court house is provided by a community for its courts of justice the necessary offices and preservation of records In a safe and accessible man neroA personal examination bas re vealed the following points In which this court house does not meet its re qulrementsFOI1NDATtONThere being cos base meat tho earth being above the brick line In places and lack of ventilation has caused dampness toenter the build log as shown by swelling of the floor and hall falling of plaster from the brick walls with the destruction of mortar In the joints and the gradual weakening of the bricks themselves Two thirds of the weight of the courthouse floor upwards of 150000 pounds when crowded rests on the ball partitions which are wood and already very badly affected by the dry rot and lia ble to give way under any unusual load at any time Vault floors of brick on earth filling can not be ventilated but carry moisture and thus assist in de struction of records WALLS They have been previously repaired and utrengtbcncd by hog chains constructed of very porous brick and mortar that docs not reduce tbo porosity are very badly out of line and plumb and show numerous cracks that are becoming serious As an ex ample the entrance arch may be af fected by the first freezing after a raini and cause a brick to loosen and the head of the first one to enter Pointing up cracks wily hides defects ROOF Leaks in the roof like damp neas from the ground nave caused pies ter to fall from walls and ceilings destroyed the strength of brick and mor tar started decay In timbers of the roof Trusses are badly constructed and show a settlement of four inches under the tower TOWKR Tbe clock tower weighing 35 tons half supported by the front walls and half by the trusses forming the roof Is a very serious menace to the life ot every person who entire the building A heavy wind from the front will oxert a greater pressure on the tower than the trusses ore capable of sustaining In their present condition weakened as they are by weather cracks antl rot which greatly reduces their original strength RBMBDV To prevent dampness from entering the building and destroying valuable records the follow log features arc essential 1st Basement under entlro bullring Impracticable In present building I 2nd Entire building heated by steam or hot air Fires within record room may dcstroycontcnts 3rd Hollow walls or faced with semivftrous brick or stone 4th A roof of whatever material that Is water proof and finally for the safety of the public the clock tower should rest on solid foundation from ground up Respt submitted VAL P COLLINS Architect The following a partial list of references furnished by Mr Collins Roy L H Blanton D D Central Univer airy Danville C E Bond president Dank of Lawrencoburg E H Clark chairman Y M C A building com mittee Owensboro Mayor of Louis ville Y M C A Buildings Louisville Mayor of Sbelbyvllle Carnegie Libra ry Hon J R HIndman Columbia Lindsay Wilson Training School J Shelby Wilson cashier Deposit Bank Eminence County judge of Anderson county Ky court house A Sure Cure For Diarrhoea Coming as It does in the busiest season when a man least can afford to loso time a sure and quick cure for diarrhoea is very deslrabo Anyone who haa given It a trial will tell you that the quickest surest and most pleasant remedy In use for this disease is Cham berlains Colic Choera and Diarrhoea Remedy There is no loss of time when it aused as one or two doses of it will cure any ordinary attack It never falls not even m the most severe and danger ous cases For sale by Craig A locker Representatives Bankhead of Ala bama and Cooper of Texas declare that tbo sentiment of their respective sections Is for Gorman as democratic presidential nominee THIN SUITS 5 A T THIN PRICES sinsssssss All our twopiece Summer Suits can now be bought at cost This is your chance to get something cheap to wear to the fairs and look well at a- very small cost IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied TaII miLLBB Danville KB Refrigerators Ice Boxes Freezers and Oil Stovesi Full Line of Hot Weather Specialties at J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky W9 PURE VINEGARS Q impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is a mistaken idea however H J Heinz Co are perfectly reliable and supply pure foods only their Vinegars fully compIwith the Puro Food Laws not only of every State in the Union tcellandpurity and wliolosomcnees behind Heinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Vin egar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Co- medoHigginsMKinney r STANFORD KENTUCKY Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 por cent to paintingGood paint is always worth moro than its cost and the 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 snore surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate itsQUALITY Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKYT- he president is a graduate of Kentucky University and ho spent several years in the College of Germany where he secured the Ph D degree lIe will be assisted by a full corps of experienced teachersJO Jlr SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 s CAMPBELLHAGERMAN COLLEGE For Girls and Young Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKY experiencedFacultytion and the Languages Ancient and Modern New and OymnuluClSwlmmlagtJ n For catalogue address Kyl i I lJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutJect to the action of the dtoocratlc party GEO W OE BORD- Is a ranaUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutjed to the action of the deravcrallc tatty T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutJed to the acton of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for therlff of Lincoln countysutjed to the action of the democratic patty JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action 01 the democratic party WI HERRIN- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action 01 tbe democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutJect 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 J C W BECK1IAX For Lieutenant Gottrtior W P T1IORXE For Auditor of State- S W UAQER For Treasurer If M JBOSWORTIT For Attorney Gener- alNBUAYS For Secretary of State H V UcCIIESyEY For Superintendent of Public Inttructi J 1L FUQUA u For Commiuioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeal J MOGdN CIIINN aFar Railroad Commissioner R C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge IF COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney oYCHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVER30N ALTUOCOU a woman la general considered an old maid at 25 It la now conceded by many shrewd judges of the sex that womans beauty is most splendid and her intellect is in full maturity at 23 years Cleopatra was 2S when she first met Antony and enslaved the handsomest man In the wbole Roman empire as well at one of tbo greatest orators generals and state men The queen or Sheba was 28 when the dazzled Solomon nearly off bll throne The marquise de Pompadour was 25 when she met Louts XV end 2S when she began to rule his domains Josephine captured Napoleon at 331It Is true but she was a widow at whom lie had been casting sheeps eyes for jive years ACCORDING to the Chicago Chron ale there have been 50 lynching ID the United States so far this year Six of the victims were white and 44 Ne groes Fortyfour of the lynching occurred In the South and five In tho North Mississippi heads the list with 11 Georgia comes next with six Flor Ida Texas and Louisiana had five each while Illinois and West Virginia had two each and Arkansas three Most 01 the lynching were for rape and sever al of them were burned at the stake THE coils seem to be tlghtenln around Jett and White If they art guilty as appears from the evidence 10 far adduced death on the gallows will be almost too good for them and if at Commonwealths Attorney Byrd as cert they are hired assassins Ii should be brought out who hired them and tho condign punishment meted out to them A KANSAS CITY KAS man asks dl force because his wife aesaulted him at various times with a meat cleaver a butcher knife a stoye poker a table knife a club a hoe and an ax Some men are to unappreciated This was doubtless the woman way of exhibit leg her affection TnsY like bolters In the Clay district Cook Faulkner who used to be considered the beat democrat In the mountains went to the enemy and was made circuit judge He ran agate for the nomination carrying every pre clnct In the six counties except three His majority Is 3774 THE Glasgow Times voices our sen timent to a t when It eayliThe Lex Ington Democrat is just three year old and 1t le Just about the best paper and edited by just about the best man in the State IF the republicans are wise In their day and generation they will nominate Judge Thomas Zantzlnger Morrow for udge in the Pulaski district now that Mr O H Waddle has quit at the first quarter LANCASTER W Burton bought 23 mules at 80 to 8120 The ground was broken Monda for water works Six or seven bids were made 01 tbe water works contract Rev Woolford has returned rrom a revival held at Kingston Tha long distance telephone Is located at the Galccs Uotel Forty mules will be used for haullDIl In constructing the reecrvolr J C Thompson has a new aa phalt pavement leading to his residence Miss Bethlna Anderson eDtertalDI the B B club Thursday afternoon The Christian church is adorned with asphalt steps at the main entrance- D Aleck Miller has bought out tho Danville hack line from J A Royston D Union services were held by Dr E H Pearce at the Baptist church Sunday night The handsome stono for the Ilraded school gateway U ready and will be erected loontff eMu John Stormes entertained In honor of her guest Mrs Arthur Hub bard of Covington PrlcelBros void a bunch of hoc to Brown McCarley at 6c and boUIliii21 sheep of Jesse Fox at 13 CIJI aA meeting of those Interested In a publicbrary will be held at ftho- use Thursday evening An excellent side walk has been laid In front of Fred Frlsbles residence and she Presbyterian parsonage Miss Nancy Oakley of Decherd Teon was chosen as second aslltall eacher in the graded school here The rock crusher has finished work on the Crab Orchard pine and Is now peratlng on Squlro Johnsons place Mire Tommie Francis opened the ubllo school Monday at Becchwi od Mrs Gulley Is teaching the Antioch school The floe rain of Friday came In the nick of time as the corn and other late crops could have no longer wlthltood the drouth AH Bastln investo the Eradloy place Friday and George Evans takea lesession of the property bought of it Bastln B F Enison sold to Simon Well a- bUDch of 1270pound cattle at Jl per 100 Luther Gibbs and Branham Deaz lay also sold Well a good lot Shtiffold Beaman d Brldgeford of julsvlllo and New Orleans secured tbe contract to construct tho system of water Works here It Is to be completed by Dec 1st at a cost of 1244 The Misses Gill have returned from ilorado C D Powell and wife have boen visited In Richmond Fred Fris- bie has gone to Michigan on a filhlo5- ttrip Prof John West has returned to- bll home at Harrlsonvllle Mo Rev Harvey McDowell and wife of Madl- lOa were visitors here Miss Ann Fraocls Is back from a visit to Corbin- MIlS Margaret Jones has returned to- her home at Paducab Mrs M P Frisbie is with friends in Danylll Mrs B F Hudson and daughter and- Miss Lena Rlgney are back from a vii It to Lake Cbautauqua Miss Mary- Noel of Danville Is visiting Mrs J D- Woode Miss Mary Bodlne of Nelsc county will visit friends here 1000- Mils Then Horaohlll le visiting In- Danvllle J C Thompson Is sojurnln at Rockcastle Springs Mrs Theodor Interemlth of Louisville is wlth Mrs Wm Cook R H and W B- Bateon and O W Sbugars are off for rlp to the lakes Mis Early of Mil Il ilppt la visiting Miss Burnslde LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Josiah Bishop told 75 tons of tlmoth bay at 60c at itack and 70o delivered iverybody goes to the Danville fair- You do likewise Aug 4 G 6 7 E V Careoo sold to H C Nunnel ley 68 sheep at 13 and three bucks for 120 aterboy won the Saratoga Hand cap Hunter flame was second aDd Coulgbnawagathirdafajor defeated The- Abbot In the match race at Albany N- andY won the 12500- FOR SALE A good heavy team of- worle horse W S Drye Huston l1Ie Angry over the award of the judges at the Long Branch Horse Show Mrs- JotJn Uerken created aicene by throw- Ing away the white rosette awarded her champion saddler A sow owned by J T Fisher of Da- ttleoro N 0 produced this year to the value of 1220 Her first litter of- pl5tllold for 173 the next was killed maklnlll020 pounds worth 9102 and a- thlrd litter of nine was sold for 845 M J Farris has purchased 100 hogs at prices ranging from H to 5c They- weigh from 75 to 125 pounds Simon- Wlebl purchased of M J Farris 35 IIOO pound choice export cattle at Hc- Cattle to be delivered Immedlately- News Jut as the reached home from- church Miss Mary Eagan of VIncen aee lad was killed by lightning ghtnlng truck a yacht at Mobile Ala killing three moo and sertouely- IDjurlog two others- to Commonwealth retted yesterday In the JettWhlse case at Cynthlana Judre Thomas FHargl la dead Ho as DOCS chief justice Claiborne Bradshaw isdcad at Bar gin OTTENHEIM nOtto Enilln claims to bo tbo bllt head sawyer In Lincoln county- B G Russell has gone to Plttsni to repair a saw mill for Napier S Mc ClureExcuse our neglected letter as we have been too bu y to think much leu to write Miss Clara Spratt has arrived to make her home with her grandparen Mr and Mrs Skelton Coleman Henry Traub left Saturday night lor Louisville where he will remain several months Old Charley the spotted horn that J H Carter owned several year ago is dead Ho was about 30 yeDrI oldMr E Schanzenbaclr our new poat maste has got the oHlce fixed up In style Ho Is slow but be Is always at his post Chat Ensile Is prepared now to lur nlsh all kinds of green lumber Be hasibougbt Mr Chris Links boundai of timber Mrs C Dish has returned from 01 lahoma Chris Link left Saturde night for Hamilton O He will mop hi family soon- Blackberries are not quite all gon yet and If Mr Cooper wants better wages we will give him 25o per water bucket for all he will pick and brlDg UI POLITICAL- Judge Joseph E Robbins has Inform ed Democratic Campaign Chairman lager that be will not be ablo to servi on the committee O H Waddle says he could not is rrange his private business II to- make the race for circuit judge In the Somerset district H C Baker of Adair defeated Geo- M Miller of Monroe for circuit judge ID the Casey district Both are turn coat democrats A A Huddleston cf Cumberland had no opposition for ommonwealths Attorney President Roosevelt at Oyster Bay pressed hie guest the Postmaster enerat with the advisability of con cludloJ the postal Investigation at as trly a date as might be practicable In consequence the Postmaster Gener al will return to Washington at once wIT does the work for flies and Is cbeap At Craig d Bookers only FOR AN ARTISTIC SHAVE trlIor an up to date HairCut THE LUXURIA at Hutton vlllo Kentucky GEORGE I N GILLOCK I L S PRICE Surgeon j Dentist Stanford Ky OOeioT rUoBob rt 1Drn Slots In till Uwil Hall- AUsCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Wm Martin admr etc pltff vii Olrlcl Henogff Deft np virtue ol a judgment and order of sale tn the salt at Its June term 003 the underlined commluloner will on the 10th day of Aug 1003 before the court boast door In Stanford Kv tell at public outcry to thehtgbeu and bet the property hereinafter described In two tracts lot tract U bounded at follows Be Inning at a tree In R 11 Whites line formerly Barnetti tnence N ST E 17 poles thence with the line of J M Martin 83- E 81 pole to a stake In said line thence eavlnfr said line N 11H W 63 pole 11 links w a stake near a horny loeut bUlb thence W 02 to a sassafras and two thebeginlogroles of green Burnett lino thence N 68 E 27 poles w a corner In Wm Martins thence S 23 E 23 poles to a stake thence S 41 E 18 poles hence 10 to two small chestnut omen toll Martin thenco S 73J W 37 ales thence with the division lino of Dawe and Taylor N 28 W 35 poles to the begin Ing containing 6 acre more or less Said laud will be told to satisfy the lien debt of E T Ruasoll for 11 88 with 8 percent interest from 29th day of September 000 until paid and also the further turn for the purchase money of 1188 with 6 percent Interest Sept 28th 1000 until aid and the costs of this action Said two resets or so much thereof as may be noces will be sold to raise those sums of- oneyandCosta Terms of sale credit of Ilx month with approved per Daft security required payable tiestoner bearing 6per cent from date and bearing tbo force and elfectuntllfald 130 WARREN Comr SUMMER BARGAINS T AT THE GRAND LEADER 1MAll tho now style 69o Shirt Wnisl wo have In stock go in this Summer Salo at 35c 300 Corsols worth flat boa anti COt T each go In this Summer Sale at S9c Odds and Hnds of vngh goods Dimi ties and OrnntUOS wore 121 1C and 17o to oloso thorn quickly Gcyd 300 Lades Straw Sailors White and Black were 5oc CHOICE THE GRAND LEADERM S B Notice Hedge Fence Growers Land owners maintaining hedge fence along public highways aro notified that It Is unlawful to obstruct either the ditches or rightofway by leaving the on the road any one so offending will be pros seated it same It not removed In it reason able time JA8 P DAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgtna k McKlnneys Slots Telephone No 81 DR PI WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats d W S Son and Fancy Eorss Sheets West Main Street Stanford Kentucky I The Frith Hotel at Ilrodhead Ky II for rent Poutsslon given Aug 11 1003 Thl Hotel la situated near Depot at Ilrodheai and la well located for traveling men Address J 0 FRITH Ky Farm For Sale I Richard Simpson homestead farm near OllbertOreek Depot Has 100 acres sad le with dwelling barn etc tad has ood orchard Also IS acre of land adjoin ngJohnlloltrelaw and 7 acres adjoining Johu and Alex and Wm Huffman Separate tract SIMPSON HEIRS- Lancaster Ky lie C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD oods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call S DANVILLE FAIR Next Week AUGUST 4 5 6 and 7 Go with crowd They will all be there Get a cafe logue at this office I All our 75c 100 and 125 Shirt Waists go in this Summer Sato at 69c 200 Corsets worth iGu tlCO and J2S5t go in this Summer Sal at 59c Fine quality Dross Gingham soW at lOc yiL in this SBtnmor Sate your qlJotcm 6c yd He 1All our 8135 700 and e2 WaUu go in this Summer Sato ataSac I 60 FJatlbono Oorsite tnaflo for stout figures voro 1CO and I200 Summer Salo prfta 89c SOOpalrs Laaioj Plntt QxforAs Pat Oalfnnd Klfl wets ICQ choice 175 Mens J25o and J5oo Medium Weight Suits to reduce large stock we offer you choice 85o 1B LEVY CO Prors LEVYManapor To brush Wallace Blacksmiths NOTICE KY the our Withers Furniture Co Dealers in Fine Furniture Carpets Rugs Wnll Paper Window Shades J LCc Manufacturers of Picture Frames RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go at 1426 Tho 25 kind will go at 2126 Tho 80 kind will go nt2t76Th-e835 kind will go nt8060Tho 840 kind will go nt3475T-he 50 kind will go ntH60Yo-uhave newer had such an opportunity presented to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be set up in your kitchen and guaranteedrGEO H FARRIS ft CO Stanford Ky W H MUELLER f1 JEWELER Stanford Kentuckyt COME You Are Invited I To Inspect the excellent things lis feelinclined wodontlugbquality montMylllcniesPricesare not regular customers try mo anti Iw convinced J W PfiRRIN thcGrocer110 Mater at Stanford Kv I YOUNG MAN JI 1 Drop in and examine our line of 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes t 4 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky i r rSHE IiiRIORt10URNAII STANFORD KY Au 4 1003 In fllllnp your proscriptions we uso the right motlloiooi In tbo exact propor done sadwith proper cnra Wo not do better If yon paid us double tho price which Is always reasonable Pone ty Druz Store r PERSONALS Mils s II BAL OEiaiAN has been qulto sick BORN to the wilt of W 0 Vlthan a 12pountl boy JOHN LYNN Jit i hat been qulto ilok for several days O T PnoOTOli went to Danville Sat urday to visit John Meie- rllv J W DAQIK Is down In South western Kentucky preaching CIIARLBY UOSBNSTEJN spent Sun day and yesterday In Richmond Mns W M DiuuiiT li spending a tow week at Drlppta SpringyFjtBO GARSBTT of now atiliiaal agent to Mr J S Rico MISs FLOUENCR MYKRS returned from Dripping Springs Saturday Miss LUCILLE COOPER la visiting Mill Virginia Plckotl In Shelby Miss MARY UAUNBTT of Cave City It with her iliter Mn J S Rice PACT AND Mits O II FALLIS and little daughter were here Saturday MRS OSCAR UUFKMAN and llttlo baby returned to Danville Saturday r PUCK MILTON ELLIOTT of Lexlng too spent several days with Mr L II Hughes MISS POLLY D ANC TfAVLORi5 In Danvlllo the guest of Miss Clyde Mc Glcnlf liON J W KENNEDY of Hurling ton Will with his daughter Mrs O M Duo Antinn B ICLXIN of Lexington at tended the funeral of Charles Saufley yesterday Mlt AND MRS GIIHBRTOH1V6TEAD of Richmond were Ktittii at Mr E II QeaileyV MRS J S OW8LBV JR and James MrUiwaln Owley are UIUog relatives at Franklin HARRY DONNY of Chattanooga was with his oouilD John II Shank for several days Mil A L SrotCHB and wile of Stoke Russell Bounty spent several days with relatives hero MRS M C SAUMBY went over to VHmoro Saturday to visit her daugh ter Mrs S M Logan MRS JAMBS MILLER and daughter Muse Minnie and Annlo Laura are with Mri Sue Holmes Miss KLIKAIIBTII HAWKINS who hit been with the Misses Rllli returned to Corbln Saturday HANDSOME Miss CHRISTINE BRAD LEY of LouUvlllo spent teveral days with Mill Pearl Durnildo MRS GUSSIK PHILLirs and son Freddie of Danville ipent several days with Mrs J S Owiley MR WILL SEVERANCE and wife left yesterday for Shelby county to ipend a month at the old homestead Miss FREDA MEtER who has been visiting friend and relatives here re turned to Danville Saturday MRS J II BAILER of Perryvllle Kansas la with ber father Mr J M t Lovell and brother Mr G W Lovell MRS THOMAS WALKER and sister Mlu May Dodlno Walker of Louie vllle are guest at Mr A M Felandi ALUERT BEASLEY has gone to Wuynetvlllc 0 to Join a theatrics company lie will furnish music for the show MRS BETTIE McKINNEY cod Miss ei Annie and Nancy Catherine McKln nee are spending a few dan at Cra OrchardMiss ANNA WILLMOTT after pleasant itay with Misses LeGrand an Rosa Jones has returned to her homo In Lexington MRS P E KEMP and son Penning ton who were visiting Mr O H Pum brays family left for Birmingham llddleiboro News MISSES ANNIE LEE AND EDNA MOD LEY of McKlnooy are guests of Miss ei Ethel and Grace Gooch for severe dayi Somerset Journal W B PORTMAN returned to Stoner ga Va Sunday Bledioo Bailey ref turned with him and will tako a position with the same company MR D K BOURNE democratic nom Inco for Reprcaenlatlve of Hoary coun ty spent several days with his of classmate Mr W A Trlbblo Miss SADIE STADO Is back from a delightful visit to her brother Harry Stagg In Chicago while away she vie pointsL d guns- b11ae I r Clara Cooper of Stanford Tbo parlors and porch wore decorated In palms and flowers and beautifully lighted which presented a lovnly appear The evening was voted by thoio 1Boce the most enjoyable of the leI Lancaster Record Miss ELLA MAY NEWLAND one or- t t tho night operators of the East Ten n eeeo Telephone Co li spending h vacation with her family In Slantor- M1ei Nexefd has only been with tho bajItreldyoperator Mt1Vernun toCrabvUltlPlJrelativeMIsS NARY HfNiJLKY who baa b8eD homeesterdaySiutniKF M S BACUHUAN west to theIJaullhmaoCsriIJn daujhterWhite rmuroed to Louisville yester day MRS M C WILLIAMS and eons re triplaat St Louts aod returned homo with them FlonnleMaygueM of MUs Elizabeth M Crelghton at Klngivllle MISSFiS ELLA MORRIS and Kathe trainbouodand Junction City respectively after a very delightful visit to Crab Orchard boondlrear left yesterday for Eldorado Ark to accept a position a telegrapher In a manytrloads successlaLOCALS DANVILLE fair to day HOUSE and lot on ttMain Street for root Apply to M D Elmoro 2t FOR SALE Extragoal cow and heifer calf four months old W B McKlnner ATTEND the lair week DANVILLE fall Aug b7 Don t miss It PHNALTY on graded school tax goes on Aug SO Better pay now W H Wearen 2t JUST received an elegant lino of Chamber Sate from J2W to 81260 Farris L Co- PCDLiC school ealo Hutton vllle next MonJay Aug 10 with Mlu Kato tingle teacher LADIHB we havn ju opened sow mart thlog In Handbag Como an IM them John P Jones Tilt O W B M will meet Wcdnct day afternoon at 230 In tbo Christian church All members are requested to bo present TUB Somerset Journal think that the reason our Jail li empty Is because 10 many of our cltlxen bavo moved to Dinvlllo MY stock of trusses was mar e complete than at the present time W N Craig Pharmacist lucccuor to Craig Hockor plantarget started by 3opt 1 He will give employment to a number of men THE Somerset Journal says the do tonal Somerset National Banking Co will make another payment to tbe de poiltore shortly Its about time ALL prescription kIntrusted tome will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig k Docker THE Uopktntrllle Kentucklan tub mill the following Beka wilt be the next Governor of Kentucky Who can supply tbo mining letters In the 1above puzzle SPEAKING I will be In Gum Sul phur all day Friday Aug 7 taking nightbtame Fox Bobbltu Hockedr of partnership makes It necessary to close our book W N Craig Pha macist successor to Craig Hacker IT took almost a column of Sundays Courier Journal to give the names of recent arrivals at Crab Orchard crowdjIs k or 10 there and rest up- SACFLEYCharrles Harvey SauUey SaulleyMcClary over dote of medicine after Intense su fering of 20 hours Ho wee 17 yea brigdboy ever lived in Stanford and his dent hoe cast a gloom over tho entire fox The procession to Buffalo cemetery ye terday afternoon was ono of the la gest over seen hero and certainly tic burial was ono of tbo saddest In Jun 0 Charley Saufley graduated with ha4o from Stanford DlfbSchool and a man later ha passed a rigid examination Annapolis for midshipman His eha 08 for getting In the navy wero ve flattering Ho was the idol of his mot grelossstrength to bear the great horde- Two brothers Shelton M and Robert gra4dfathdsympathy Rev O Huey read a Psalm and mado a lermonwilt 10vlted IGO to John P Jobcs and tea tbo things In ladles neckwear He al ways handles the latest and beet IN a flgbt at a base sitgame nea Highland a ion of John W Spires was was struck on the head with a bat by hurtI a solid weight about 6QO pounds oetrayed from the Goo Hopper place Reward for her return Alex Holtz claw Tim countycommittee Is called to meet at 11 oclock A M Monday August 10th at the alone of tho chairman Urgent business Is to bo transacted and every member ought to bo present W S Burob cbmn THERE willau01d Fiddlers con test al Mt Xenla Schoolboutc Saturday evening Aug 8 Admission 15 and sac Prize 15 t3 and 12 Ono dollar will be given to 1st 4d3rdand 4th respectively All old fiddlers are Invited to participate MAR1ttAOEJIBJohn Baugh man one of tbo most substantial citi zens In the West End and Mill Ella Carson an exceedingly handsome and lovable young woman of tbo tame sec tion went to Louisville yesterday whore they were to have been made huiband and wife The I J extends congratulations CIRCUIT COURT guat Liberty with a light docket There Is very lit- het civil business to be attended to and ibn criminal business Is lighter than uiual There are two murder cases jaillwill likely be tried The crowd pee terday was about up to tbe average HON W C BELL next circuit Judge of this dUtrlct ipent Saturday at tbo Hustonvlllo fair where he was warmly received by hundreds of voters He made a splendid impreitlon and that ho will get a routing majority from that end of tbe county we have en doubt Lincoln county 1s solid for him and his running mate Hon Chas A IIardtns COd good halt tone of W H Hudson tho dead president of the association Mr C S Harris tbo clever secretary has our thanks for one Our thanks aro also due Ed A Cbllton secretary of the London Fair for a comp Tbe date of the Irst named fair Is Aug 18 tour days and the latter Aug SO tbreo days SOLD OCTDDrN N Craig has purchased from Mr J Warren Hock er his half Interest In the drug store of Craig S Docker and he will continue the business at the tame stand Mr Docker It yet undecided as to what business he will engage in but we hope be will not leave Stanford as he Is one of our best citizens That Dr Craig will keep up the good standard of tbe firm there Is cot a doubt THE HUSTONVILLE FAIR Tbo glo rious rain of Friday knocked the fill out for a time but It was postponed un tit Saturday which proved a typical lair day A good crowd was preient and enjoyed to the fullest extent the splendid card which appears below People were feeling good over the rain and they salt their cares at home and put In the full day seeing the iplendld horses exhibited As usual tbo Welt Enderi were unstinted in their hoop i tality and It there was a person present lret1aAt 615 in the afternoon Saxtons fires band played Homo Sweet Rome tt good byes wero laid and tbe fair of 1003 was a pleasant memory It is more than probable that the as soclatlon will lose tome money not a aeathorof Wednesday and the wet weather of Thursday and Friday cut quite afigur The officer directors sad others who worked for the furtherance of the en terprise are deserving of much con gratulation and they are receiving an abundant ibare of It- THIRD DAY FOR SADDLE PURPOSES W K Shugars Supt 64 Best mare four years old and over pramr old and under premer and under 4 premh Supt geldingr1 prem v 8one tort yesthpremn gelding 3 years ryJ T Crenshaw prem C T San dldge cert yeanrprom certy any age prem J T Crenshaw eFOR HARNESS PURPOSES Suptn15 hands Tom Bright prem cert ROCKAWAY RING 03 Best rookaway mare or gelding I C James prom J T Crenshaw cert pen BREEDING PURPOSES 03i Seat mare for breeding purposes R E Goddard prem C O Carpen tar cert SUCKLING COLT Gl Suckling colt either tex by Dig ally Dare Davo Gregory prom Pfaelpa Cobb cert 05 Best stable of horses owned 01 handled by one party four or more horses CT Sandldge prom J T Oren haw sect SADDLE PURPOSES S M Owen Sept 66 Best walking stallion mars or gelding Woos Walker prem Charles Dunn cert 67 Fansy saddle mare or gelding- C T Sandldge prem Matt Cobec cart MODEL RING OS Model slallloc mare or gelding- D S Carpenter prem R E God dard cert COMIIINED RING 60 Beet mare or gelding any age cert Matt Cohen prem J T Crensbaw SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER RING 70 Beet stallion mare or gelding any ego Speed stylo and endurance coo sidered G Cane let W W Lyon 2nd T S Eaitlaad 3rd Henry Carton presence made ev erybody realize that it was fair time A B C DlnwJddlc made his friends happy by coming up from Bradfords ville and remaining during tbe fair Big Jesse Lyon rode Woods Wal kerss gray in tbo walking ring and won of course Hit victory was liber ally applauded aofFew gentlemen have more friends In tbo West End than John B T L Carpenter black cattle exhib ited at tbe Hustonvlllo fart were tbeI lubjeoii of mush favorable comment It would be bard to find a better herd than be hasxSloan Kaatlaod prevented a panic by winging to his twe pdar old which made every sitars to run away while being shown It took grit and strength but Mr Eastland showed that be bad an abundance of both THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I plank Ilerkiblre hogs Southdown sheep Illgh Grade bucks oneyearold J STEELE CARPENTER HuitotiTllle Ky NOTICE Notice It hereby given that I have asked the parole of Green McCormaclc who was on 10 under judgment and sen tence of the Lincoln circuit court ImprIoned in the State penitentiary at Frankfort Kv for the oQentu ot hog IteallnjThisJuly 29 1003 POSTED I 1slthing or trespassing of was kind Viola ton will be punished to the full extent of the law MEIER UJghlandI Commissioners SaleI Lincoln Orcult CourtI elcdtrlSBy virtu of a ajRtncnj ant order of eats In this the unce- rstgnedcommssbnerwilllnSunforeKy on Au 10 190 bifore the court house door sell to the high est anj test bitter at ruNic outcry the property here tastier descrltec The tale Is for the division of the proceeds amongst those entitled there asdcfinedtnthetIn Crab Orchard In Lincoln county Ky and bounded thus Beginning In the mUle of Lancaster acct opposite Jno Buchanans heirs property thence Uronaughalandthence James line west to the beginning containing arout seven 7 acres Terns of Sale Credit of six months oon4s with andrretained R C WARREN COmlI rgola Commissioners sale Lincoln Circuit courtIMartin McCormack PltH TS Daniel Dur ham etc Dftt virtue ot a judgment and order of sale In this cause by aid court otlts June term 1903 tho undersigned commissioner will be tore the court house door In Stanford Ky on Aug 10 1003 sell at public outcry to tbeI highest and lat bidder the property here inafter described The of the taloli to tha mortgage lien debt of the 3pIslntiR for 1107 with 6 per cent interest from Aug 13 1693 until paid and all to the Interest and claims of defendants InIeluding right of homestead exemption or to much of the property as Is conveyed by said deed of mortgage will be told as will sails fy dofendant debt Interest and tests hhlI parcels1story thonco If 89 R 93K vole to a stake be ginning at corner of original survey thence 60 W 112 voles to a black maple ther1CarpenterslineNorth 23 pales to a ttako thence East 12 pollS south 22poloatotuo beginning con taining three acrrs more or less 3rd tract beginning at a atone corner to the Robert Jones tract thence south 60W3 poles to a white oak tame course 10 poles to a pine stonerepoles to a stake thencesouthl4 poles to a stake corner in Roberts line thence N 33 acreslthatractotnineacre tract and wax conveyed to Daniel Durham by Thomas Green by deed of record In omcoAmounof sale Credit of 6 months Bond with ape aJudgmentdate of sale unlll paid Lien retained WARnENComrJldylO REDUCTION On all Spring and Summer Clothing We must sell to make room for Fall stock If you want a suit let us sell you and SAVE you MON EY to i i i i Cummins a McClary t e 1 d A j e x eI AUGUSTIs our month for cleaning up remnants from our Spring and Summer stock It is an oppor utility for our customers who care to buy this late Summer Coats and Pants Mens Low Shoes Straw Hats Ladies and Childrens Slippers Mens Ladies and Childrens Drop 1Stitch Hose Look at thorn and wc will convince you of REAL REDUCTION Torms Cash Ia f iOn I i il j 11 ij l HJMRobertsp I m OIL STOVESsrsslssw rt Refrigeratorswater Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Ptultr 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 R THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford 01 leondciatt matter khcbL sraaTttQeya rrsidpe 11 31 PER YEAR CASH Wben mot topatd msOO will beeharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION o24TnlncoloNonlllotpmo 2SII II 25 II South 1217 am Mo23 II It pm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent tot one or more yean J B OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary ii all the year for the treatment ot- anrglcaland chronic diseases and for consultation and nursing shall be cash in advance weekly and monthly Protes sional bills tine when services are rendered and must paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food SaIStabIO- Llborty Ky I Drummers Rigs a specialty oldFeednoses and Mules bought horses receive person IIttention ice TraHlort DEALERS la Whisky Brandy Wines Beer GInars Etc Carpenter Houses Olotfto Depot STANFORD KY and polite attention Nothing but the be IIPrompl Matt phone cr telegraph orders receive I 1 D WearenImmranGC Fire and Tornado Insuranco Represents The Home of New York the in the world Assets 181063612- Surplus IS regards pol cy holders f436oI869 Farm property In Casey Garrard win counties Phono 21 I Stanford Kentucky r B B Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronago- of the property owners in counties of Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but tttonge and best OId Line Com panies represented and the low est prtsible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky For Ufo or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Offlee N W Oor borers Hotel nulldtngQ 2nd Poor Stanford Many good companies but only ono best The Equitable strongest in tho world Got also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of Now York Covers every Accident Covers every illness po 1y DFOR os BLACKDRAUGHT CONSTIPATION Constipation is nothing moro a and nothing less than vital stagnation or if not If every constipated sufferer aIlowinlpoisonous system he soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ail ments disappear when constipated are relieved Thed lords BlackDraught thoroughly ealYandurging of calomelor other violent cathartics Be sure that you get the origi htncineCo Bold brall druggists in 25 cent and 1100 endllhJtordBlackDnughtlooF all the Urns Md keel ua4 It lor tile last tel lean serer art or children ueeer laxative n 1 f mU akltto 1r0 k itUkMt It ou acort 0 beI JII wllk 4UG JJ XclLBL1m PARKERS HAIR BALSAM C1rum and Uwtttka hall IVonmte a hximitnl povtik Never Pall to Jlet re Hair to 1U Youthful Color cr dlMMrl lf ttUia- fawandilniat DrMIM NEW LIVERY STABLES W BURKE k S Nlrorsl JUNCTION CITY KY FlntOlaai Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Bale J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal J L Beazley Co Undortakors and- Embalmors ALlO tJljLSIS rx FttrultttrcDiattinreRttglaThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ MccMY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Dealcar In SABNESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder acheHeartDlseasebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If mcemury write lr Ionnet lie has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Your Kidney and Backache Curo has cured two very bad cases among our custo veers the past year whom tho doctors bad given up J L STILL CO Woodland la Druggists 50c tl Ask for Cook DockFree STVITUSDANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular Fenner FrcdonlaNA Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court George S Goode sdrar pits vs J M OooJ deft tiy virtue of a judgment an4 ordtr of sale In this iause tv thIs court l June term 1901 the under aigned aunmliiloner will In Stanford Ky on Aug n before the court house door sell to the high est and best bidder the property hereinafter described lit certain tract of land In Lincoln connty Ky on the waters of Nests Creek bounded on the North by he lands of S II Biughman ant McRboertu on the east by the lands ot John ani Y VnJ veer and on the west by the lands of Daniel Manuel anion the south by the lands or John Bright and Win Stratton and containing about iS acres and A tract of land near Nears Creek beginning at a pop tar stump and running south thence down the branch to a fence which runs straight up the hill south to Vandeveers line thence west to his corner thence north to the beginning containing 6 or acres The object of the sale Is to satisfy the plaintiffs debt for Is j Ith 6 per cent Interest from Dec and his costs herein expended Terms of sale Credit of 6 months Bond with approved security payable to the comrand beating percent Interest from date until paid Wen retained R C WARREN Comr July Commissioners Sales Lincoln Circuit Court Myatt Hill etc PUS vs Amers Hill etc DetsIBy virtue of a of sale In the above styled case the undersigned commissioner will on Aug 10 j before the court house door In Stanford sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the two tracts of tend hereinafter described both of which are situated In Lincoln county Ky on Lick Drench of Hanging Fork ist tract bounded thus Beginning a comer to Murphyand Coffee thence S c jt poles 10 links to a stene In the road thence S jj E poles a 12 links to a stone In the road thence W 60 poles B ao poles to a stake thence N W si poles 10 sa links to a stake In Coffey and Murphy line thence S 5612 W it poles Slinks to the beginning containing t acres more or less and tract bounded thus being knob land and adjoins the first tract and Is bounded by the lands of John Cash David Daugh and Mm McCormick and contains 6 acres more or less The purpose of the sale Is for tae distribu lion ot the proceeds sale amongst those entitled thereto according to their respective rights ThItracts of land will be offered separately and then as a whole and then bids will be accepted which realize the most money Terns of sale Credit of 6 months bond with approved security payable to the comr wring 6 per cent Interest until Immediate ossesslon given R C WARREN Comrr July to r atsGara IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR nEST PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THai TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION iJiypnsLaxative SyrupIs made of Ciscara SagracU and other drugs that are equally as beneficial in the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 and Sta Bottles Ask your Druggist For Solo at Pennys Drug Store THIS AND THAT Experiments made in New Jersey show that mosquitoes are greatly affected by musicA negro who insulted some white women was drowend bya mob at Alto TexasJamesll Chalice ono of tho heroes ot Bret Hartea story Tennessees Partners dead in Oakland Cat A report of the Princeton Theological Seminary Alumni figures the average nee of a minister at OS years It is claimed that rubles as brilliant as the genuine gems can be made by a chemical process with comparative use The Austrian Supreme ChristiansI aided that marriages between and persons of no particular creed al invalid in AuslrlaITho new Industrial and Amusement hail of tho Central Asylum for tho In sane will be dedicated next Saturday Gov Btckham will be ono of the speak ersThere a falling off in new corpora dons in Now York of tho caliber of 11 000000 or over The July record for this character of new enterprises is only f100 M Carter stock dealer ot Hawkins county Tenn Is believed to have committed suicide in Baltimore where he Went two weeks since with five carloads of sheep The Mayor of Kvansvllle has ordered all saloons closed at midnight Saturday and not opened till 5 o clock Monday morning All slot mtchincs have also been ordered out Cotton manufactures throughout the North are expected to cause a suspension of 2000000 spindles during the month of August on account of tho high prices in the cotton market A bicyclist who found the Presidents carriage in his way near Christ church at Oyster Bay Indulged in profane and abusive language and was buttled away by the secret service men A Missouri woman who had become en gaged to a man through a matrimonial bureau refuted to marry him when she taw him claiming that be was uot as goodlooking as his picture It is said that cotton mill owners of the country will ask Congress to Inves tigate the recent corner in cotton and to enact legislation that will preclude n repetition of similar conditions Tho Ilousesmith and Bridpomins Union stands by Walking Delegate Parks aud this means that no greet amount of building can be done in Now York under preeont conditions The Insurance Commissioner of Wis consin has issued a ruling that mutual insurance companies in the State must distribute their surplus among policy holders at least once in every five years Fourteen union lender and members of the Miners Union wore driven out of Idaho Springs Col by the citizens who took them from sail They had been arrested on charges of blowing up mine buildings Sheen Sohlen a pokln journalist was neaten to death at the order of tho because be was aDowager Empress reformer Ills punishment lasted for two hours and the flesh on his back arms and legs was reduced to ribbons Cbarllon Hulett a contractor was shot three times and instantly killed at Lexington by James Cooper a laborer who had been In his employ for three days Cooper was drunk lie was taken to Jail after resisting arrest and being beaten into submission by the arresting ofllcers heretofore a reluctantHenry witucBa gave sensational testimony in the Jett white cue According to his statement Jett called the Marcum murder a dog killing and said he had done iL Goodloe Coombs a witness for the Com monwcalth died suddenly of ap pendlclUsAnolherwll1 Gen Caseius M Clay has been found and will be offered for probale lit Richmond today It Is aI holograph dated March 28 1001 and makes Clay Brock the principal executrix as well as legatee The document was given her by Gen Clay She until she ehePacedIt Is reported that are wili in and several may bo offered today The will held by Dora Brock is said to boar time latest date To ATLANTIC CITY Wlthoutchange via the scenic C O through Wash- Ington and Philadelphia with stopover privilege returning special train will leave Lexington 1140 A M Thnrs day Aug 13 1003 Round trip rate 814 tickets good 12 days The beet route and the best time to see Atlantic Qty at Its height Through Pullman sleepers from Lexington to Atlantic City For further information and de scriptive circulars address Jno D Patti A G P A Cincinnati Ohio or Geo W Barney D P A Lexington Ky Over 20 persons were killed and 60 Injured by a powder magazine explos ion at Lowell Mass Four boys 200 yards distant were killed by the con CUll lon and houses crumbled like egg shells on every side The report of the explosion was heard 60 miles away A secret stairway used by tho Tweed ring has been discovered in tho Now York City Hall L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO lStanford Ky No thouse and tot SianforjlT roomiball porch In the rear good rarJeo rood Dtlkborbuo4 clou to churches and acbool uooj lor email ata Dr Pike f No S1IHIII and lot In Stanford HOUM eon aloe fife rows tlooJ 1We sod S at r of Indwell fence One ofprettiest tullUloc Iota in town room enough In front fir two olbar eoltagM or a front lx built to the eolUc e and be made a boauilfMl home Will be told cheep sail owner least hate stoney No 4Twstory frame dwelling 7 room ball and venndt Hood garden and boos In vod repair For ul or rent PricareasenaWa Ko 3llous and let la Stanford ThiN rooDlI and trout h Hood cardan and liable UoodI r tbttpNo Stanford IS stories S rooma Uood nrdan aiaoka and coal house onlr 1300 0 SPar of Maan H kith trout star lard euntjr road acres culliraUou see n In pasture 2 good rahanli and reel la timber Two small oaiugra peed hart and outbuilding well watered and lenctnf fairly rood liar ran taught at your pike uowner itsle Indlanapo lla and limit hate money No lSDwallln ofalx raeJball a neeenurr outbuilding ip large two tart stare ream ISxt ft tower rum hipplleJ with counter shelves tWo Water In dwelling and stereroous silo rMtere sad well sbaekehter Oaemllefeaa IItaJoN Neillin pool repair saddwdUgt otlg4ally suet tlae- asdnoreovr112t0 Will 141 both for 1650 or will rent or lleNnWv lio 11230ffI rum 4 mile of Crab Orchard- Ky lllielt dweillrg a rl two tenant haw two WI weti led spting near dwclllg Iarr It high stet lie acre river belt let good feedftg troll etc 1rte hiss an acre tio UtOOarreaol lead on Laneuter secret In nab Orchard oppndle Spring la u lea prTe aMii except lart took barn abindac el stock water PrvltinlbwiWlegMKitwn Frit MW9 IfTbrtebnltdlagi eaak house berne tie aWml the tester of lee sere AU on county tad M mile frwa birch school and ptulaon lays well and well watered This la a good tobacco fURl and MI- dnit two or tkrr ftaaltlea that avtaht waat te come treat the uue neighborhood Pries rratooaM tie SSliMueaBd See terra of led In MeKta ney Neeaeoary outbuild and well wateterf Will Ml till pierAaairil term No M llMMcandM aerea M tad witht l miles ot Stonaanl How MIlM See reintt reramia etc newly palnteil large nw bus eve flhgn Dul eta AH iMI s sal alefg In njIaIr Well wateevl This ta a man draW hot We tl y S1To Mor eight roan trtme dwetUnc In Suntord Ky Latf aarden and hara lot Tall la one W the moM deatraU hanaea In town nee reatoaabl No UIA aloe eatltg and lot Ml LaeartK ttrret Htsalenl MMI peed fetes eta ONt it 11II1IIN acre near HeMtWittle Dwelling of elfht svwe toll TOTtnna etc sadteoant k aw Mock bnrn leap t ejicxtt knother eothuUdtafi llatarn jledwell In MH yard and water In arerr need os e Firm rut In Kvs and and nrtt elan laud wfbuitIp Fencing sed wall wvlered wt In an Had acrea In culUTatlon reel In p Ietken kaifRIter rurapdke ttrNR gag lai for sly per eN No SI MJacreoftond In Rockraetto fOr sale or euhange JII weary ImptwreMeM M to be wed at aharsjaln rof ills altaated near Klnga aorea In eMlllratton Si In tiiabriM In fraMi well watered twe barN sad other ntbWWfngegaalrt elr rw4nagt comwrnUT yardi of threw churches Kbeol poeloBoe tad C 8 depot Irei rtr lees on plke1k1 county road and is the mat dfelrbl arm In that aectton W will tell the whole farm lor R400 or In areetaof not 1m than lOre to lultpurcnawr This Irrtainlycheap property WDHburrDwelllnitnd In good repair lime tone land ingout neirhborboodclose to school and on good road 1rlco I7W No MA term of acres In Casey county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with IlK roowi rood barn and other outbuilding Sixty acre in cultlratlon 45 acre In tlmbtr fruit tree etc Laya well on county roil close to church ichoolete irlc only 1600 No 28JIoue and one acre land House con taint Keen roomi rerander cellar etc All nee euary outbuildings Kxtra large brn all 10 ipleudld repair House newly painted and earned astern at door Goal en large Urn lot Plenty of fruit on place Pile 11100 N2lGeacre of land In Ford COunl Kan IlK mllti from railroad end Jj tnllr trout Arkantat rlrer Serenty acrea of land It rlrer bottom lflntclata land and In grata This land ta for sale exchange No 9A farm of 122 acre four tulle from i tan ml on beat pike In lb wj wml rrj lenc I dwelling fronts pile all nece ary OUllouUdlnp A splendid blue grass ferns and only 20 inlnutcadrlre from county eeal Owner of hue larm adjoining thli Iou recently refuted 513 oar acre W offer thla at SJ750 No M Farm ot 118 acre In Casey tory frame dwelling buns another outbuilding In good repair Uplendld tobacco land and In good A bargain at f No 57 Farm of lUacro In Casey new two story room trims dwelling anofwelling In fair condition Harm and other out building On county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two well spring etc Thla It a de able home lrle IISuO No 63 Fifty acrea near Fleaaant Point Ky Frame house 6 room and porch Barn and other outbuilding acrea In cultivation set In Um ber Well watered 300 yard from potodlcacbool and church lsyawellonpike and In good com munity No 37 II room frame cottage and one ten o land In KlnnTllle Ky Large bun amok bout replrIrlceNo 3Two tory seven room frame dwelling rerandaa Ac end 6 acres of land In count Large barn and all other neem outbuild Ingi Church and achool houte right at door There la also a large store room on premUea con taining a nice large clean tock of general mer belnclcealedbuilneaa a year Alto three mile from this plan- tame a stock of general merchandlte dii twolrileare property IDol lock of good t separately or will exchange either or both for fuming land This Iasplendid nit foe any one wishing to go into butlneaj Irllculchange t Title Co Pay Your Attention TO NEW YORK STORE This weeks special solo of Mons fine Clothing of tho vary Intoet stylos wliioh wo hitvo eoloolod from tho largost oitios and wo will soil thorn At n SACRIFICE Also n now nssortinont of fino dross shirts and work shirts Our Shoos and lints nro noted for thoir fine qualities nnd durability Honioinber The New York Store 1IHoxt Door to Lincoln County National Bonk J1 I 1 III iESLpTm REDUCED I Directors J D Fasten J n Owiley 811 Sbaob W O Walker Oeo W Carter CATALOGUE MAKE flCAT10NpAUL BueceMoni to Tho Farmer llaok Trust Ootunaajr and under ante EMongiMneDt coetlnuou lj foreyeare We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such baelueM reUttoni will prove mutually baeQcial First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 This InitUnttoo was orltlnnlly MUMsseMd as the DwtHMlt Hatnk of la 1IH them nrfaalMd M tat National naRk et etaiQford ill IMS and agnia rornnlol as taw tint Natkmavl ha tie of Stanford la llit Irtvlnr bad praclioudlya uala4r d extofeM for rnnrt la beets plled BOW with fMtttttw for tatlag basfuprowpUy and well than stirbefore In IU long nod honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited It I the J in the 4C A be an is to the me WILL CRAIG to In Lincoln county acres of land one mile from Sells Zifty acne In cultiva tion 40 acrea balance In timber Dwell lag contain seven room Large bun and all nec Fence and in did repair Yell watered 1rlc Usoo No M8G sera ol land la Iron from tttlon on Will sell or for In county No 21A farm of acre In Oarrard county S All In grata clover IDol except 10 acce no wute land Finely watered sod biancnea through grow bemp o fewl fane ed with locust pota A good orchard aWOOO tw torl room tram room pantrle cellar tenantlard houte In good near Doetofflc ant star within 400 yards of house ebealI 5 miles from bUD and hood barn and other good repair Cut in III Geld well 10 acre In one acre In fruit treee rt In nee jjouthtatcommbialooeraaaleat bargain andean be aold at bar and Price IM per acre Land sold for Tbla Ii a IMft IDEBEVERYBODY COMING I see 1I8 II J n OWSLJVIor W M IIRIOHTAst I Officers J 8 I100KBU relt J J OurrW II WBAKBNIIbpr F DaeCS T Stanford J 8 Stanford W P ton saySIIt Itaurliman Stanford T P Jas IloMaeOB Hubble J IL llaochmsn Stanford W P Tate NOTICEhave purchased interest of Warren locket business of Craig Mocker continuance of your patronage will appre assurance of prompt efficient service here given Those indebted firm will greatly favor by settling their- accounts N Successor Craig k Hockcr I NicolCOIIceproperty Somenet Kycutlnaeren buildings Irleo unimproved IronVlounulnrouhi exchange properly IMM uilleafrom Lancaster timothy bluegrass theplacelrheland isrich and- productive wanlabeeineach depot Veranda buildingin fenced church adjoining H0and1 bargain Officersf SlOltOBHllTS Directors Reid Uarele hasher Walton Loslnf Stanford tanforj ciated and 1103100 IKy roomdorelllnr ondlUonNo42 Sevenroom dwelllnft good cellar sod 21 acre lead Sever Milo well and IrrlDg Iencing platadiscinLlocolncounty8 tenant houses barn room far oter 200 head of InIfOOl1retlroa cod In Rood neighborhood 400 acres In Tblllolde1hale etc Well watered with K never falling ruonablaNolh 500 acrea in cnMl Yahoo test In timber Six dwelling on place lire of hem new two tobacco barn and large stock barn lJIcbmltl shop liable etc Young orchard Streami run through place On county road and 300 yard from n a acbool church and In good neighborhood Will tell or exchange at reasonable aureaNoldTwoaiory seven room frame dwelling lveranda etc One story ttoreroom 20x60 two blickainlth ahope tenant house table crib and ware house Kirry building new and fencing In fine shape ll the property la In IluitonTlll Ky and we will sell It aa a whole or sell eaoh place separately Well at each stable end cistern at For address the abore named sac retNoaq4s7s acne laud In PreachenTlll Ky Two dwelling each lH story an each house contain sic rooms Large convenient barn Yell watered Close to churcb school etc and In spisndld neigh borhood Owner of property lain St gad anxious to sell