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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxi STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1903 SAM NO 46 I COL MORRIS BELKNAP v The JOUItNAL to torry not to have provided a portrait of Col Delknap the nominee of the Loultvlllo Conven Ion for Governor who It rather a Rood looking man with a queerly shaped head In lieu of a portrait we shall have to trv to content our reader with a pea picture from our point of view Col Bolknap It said to be the pos sesor of a small barrel but has never been accused of liberality with his money except In Indulgence of hit pampered selfslie It tho eon lalaw of the oxCon federate General and exGovernor Simon B Ducknor who it doubtless the man referred to by Col Dradley In these words spoken before the convention Wo want to run a man who docint run by proxy and who will not have to ask somebody to toll him how to bo Governor If elected It Col Delknapa love of pomp and circumstance It his long suit Ho requires hit Inferiors to take off their hats when they approach hIt majesty In the Delknap counting room lie It r a strutting peacook a olubroom Prince a leader of the 400 an aristocrat with only a generation between him and a hard working blacksmith lie despises the poor and It small enough to attempt the humiliation of the employs of the Helknap establish meet or one who ttokt employment of that tyrannical anti union oonoern Col Uolknap holds labor and labor unions In supreme contempt though simply a beneBelary of parental Indus try nlggnrdnoit and luck At Governor of Kentucky hit most brilliant offioal acts would oonilit In the number of brainless Coloooli be would oreat among members of hIs social set aclub Ool Uelknap has nothing la earn mOIl or In tympaiby with the greyl oommoa people of Kentucky B tutu vbvoOiMboldlBg element of ht party beauie be will not be umbilical to exercise ooatrol of Federal appoint menu In Kentucky till nomination It a dlttUet victory of that faction bit party that will willingly aorlfl all bops of partys ascendancy t State affairs to kp In the saddle atI Washington 01 nelkRlp is a nan of ooniplou ooi weakness wbo It not able to buy an election In Kentucky and who cannot otherwise poll the ordinary v tlrMgth of hit deraorallwd and divid ed party 001 Oelknap and the ticket made by the Delknap force It at good at de feated by an overwhelming democrat ic aijorlty and It therefore an un londooldbeartetlpureoproud leader of a forlorn hope Somerset Journal TACTIOX Thli Ii not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to purhaia the only remedy unl venally known and a remedy that hat v had the largest ule of any medicine in tile world since 808 for the cure and treat meat of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing Its 01 eat popularity all theao years you will be thankful we called your attention to Iloicbeet German Syrup Thcronro to many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that ate cheap and good for light colds perhaps but torero Coughs Bronchitis Croup and cipeci- for Consumption whore there is difficult expectoration and coughing durI- ng the nights and mornings there Is nothing like German Syrup Tho 25 cent size has just been Introduced thin year Ucfjnlar size 75 cents At all drugglMs At Penny rrug Store The microbes of lockjaw or of other A dlicascs the venom of Bakes tho vi rue of smallpox or the vegetable pot sons may be successfully conveyed upo bullets from muskets or revolvers Neither the beat nor the friction tiring dcatrovH thorn whether they ar on the ball In the powder In the wa or smeared within the gun barrel In the powder they orb carried onunburnt grains which make up 40 per cent n every charge of powder exploded Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by Indigestion and these Tablet are Just what it needed to cleanse the stomach nod ward oil the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may J prevented In the tame way For tale Craig Hocker Factional ambition hatred and tplto envy and selfishness out of the way and wo hazard the Judgment that few thoughtful citizens Jn this judicial dis trict would oppose tbo Idea of a tender of the judgeship to Col T1 Morrow Journal Whoa they are a gift from a girl a lover they arc bon boos when she buy them herself they are plain candy Remit us for your subscription t j A Moonlight Night In The Coun try If there It a time and place in which wo may gut near to natures hnirt It le In the country when the world le un der the raaelc spell of a summer mron Tbo beat and noisy turmoil of the day are things forgotten as wo look upon an enchanted world How clear cut are tbo outlines of the distant forest against the starry sky with hero and there a gloat oak or chestnut standing alone in bold relief tike tome grim tontlnel guarding the sleeping world now dense and dark are the shadows Wo shiver ne we think of the gliding reptile and other uncanny creeping things within these forest shades In our childish days they were peopled with hobgoblins and imps of mischief But out In the tong stretches of moon light the icicles danced At wo look upon the radiant silvery landscape to night surely the tattles are still there At wo turn our eye to a near by flower bed wo oven fancy that wo tee the crlmron cloak of a gay llttlo gallant as he dances among the dowers Or was It simply the brilliant petals from a nodding poppy falling to the ground The race bend their dewy heads sleep lly The clover a true rustic folded Itt leaves and woof to sleep In the twi light Wo hear the call of a night bird and tome belated wanderer sing Ing Out In the distanceSthe silence We can almost hoar the music of tbo tpherbt Ob tbo majes ty of night But the sllenoa It broken by a rushing train and our thoughts turn briefly to lie human freight of life and love and and despair flyingecloud Have you ever seen the beau tlfol lady In the moon She It a mys terious lady puasllng and dltlloult end but once seen one can never hesitsup- ward outlined against the shadows of the moon We have always wondered lonelyeseeminetax seeing his lovely companion wo no longer wonder Hut a Oloolcit striking 12 Tit midnights holy hour Committing our soul to Dim who guides the sure In their courses wo are oil to the land of dreams ElXNA John Waltons Platform John Walton was up Tuesday from his Klondike farm Livingston Wblto here ho Intimated that bo would be the Peoples candidate for the Legisla lure against Alphabet Davie the re publican candidate Walton ayt It an easy thing for him to overcome I 300 majority whisk the republican usually give In the two counties lie met Mr Davit on tho street and told him that If he concluded to run lobe following would be the Walton platform ItI am In favor of passing bills for the following purposes To change dog days to mldwlntor and have the ground hog day to como when dojr day begin thereby saving expense and worrIment tbo people To give char tort to any old thing prvoldod they furI nick the boodle to the representatives To level down the hike of Laurel and Rookcastlo To pave the tracts of towns with ginger bread and to have the gutters How with cider To have all prohibitionist and other drinking men to behave themselves to the bet advantage To have hickory bark to peel tho year around for the benefit of the peopleMt Vernon Signal FAIR DATES dateoa days daysdAugust 18 4Ilay Lawrcnceburg August 18 4 days Columbia Aug 184 days Liberty Aug 26 three days Shcphcrdavillo August 25 4 days London Aug 25 three days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept S days Ellzabcthtown Sept 84 days Dowling Green Sept 16 4 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 0 days The diagrams for lobo C i O excur sion to Atlantic City on August 13th aro now open and all persons desiring sleeping car reservations will please notify Mr G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky at so early date When you want a physic that is miI and gentle easy to take and ccrtian t act always use Chamberlains tomac and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig Hocker Tourlset on via Queen Crescent Route Juno 1 to Sept 30 Ask tick a agents for particular NEWS NOTES Den B Hutcboraft died from a self inlllcted wound at Paris Three new oil well have just como Inti In the Salt Lick Bend flout In Cum berlandTwo Negroes attacked and mutilated George Qoarthoy a white boy near Hartford Ind Tbo art glass manufacturers of the United States have perfected a national organization One boy was killed and a man Injur ed by lightning during a severe norm In Davlois county John E Gibbons a wellknown con tractor of Cincinnati despondent over a business reverse committed suicide Journeymen horseiboers at Mem phi bavo won their strike the mae ten agreeing to meet the demands of tbo union An ordinance passed by the council of Eldorado la to prevent the ring Ing of church bells has been vetoed by the mayor of the town A 13 yearold girl was found dead in the woods In Washington State and a former rancher has been arrested on the charge of causing her murder Wblttnkcr Wright tbo promoter taken back from the United States to answer charges In London was ar raigned and released on 250000 bond The resignation of Charles chwab as president of the United tate Steel Corporation has been ac cepted and Mr W K Corey elected to succeed him The magazine In the EmpireAmer can Nltroglyoerln Coi factory throe miles from niuffton Ind exploded killing three men and blowing the building to fragment Pearee Tboxton ton of a wealthy man of Mlllertburg was found dead In bed In a hotel at Atlantic City It was his first trip away from homo and be rhad exldently blown out the gas Wilkinson a pharmacist corn miLled sulolde with a revolver Wythevlll Va while attending a farewell breakfast given in honor of his sister wbo was to ba married Stgwere a severe storm during which ono man was Instantly killed and several were hurt Severn buildings were damaged to the of 810000 Fire destroyed the plant of the Bour ban Stockyards In Louisville The lea e Is estimated by members of the corn piny at 1235000 The fire started from a sheep shed which was struck by lightning Several children were Injured of them probably fatally na the reau of a runaway during a fireworks die play at a meeting in honor of former Chief of Police Devoryt candidacy for mayor of New York Judson D Brlnson alleged to be co nected with a conspiracy to the government of revenues by moan of smuggling cigars from Cuba has been held under bond of 810000 at Savanna Ga Brlnsoa denies thocbargo Tbo members of Company I Ken tucky State Guards of Covlngton while en routo home from Jackson en gaged In a general fight In Lexington at the Li N depot The disorder was quelled by Company C of Lexing ton which was calllcd Into service The riotous soldiers wore placed uadc street They will bo taken to the homes under a military escort HUBBLE Tbo farmers are happy since the re freshing rata Great interest Is already being man ifested tn the protracted meeting at the Christian church M B Eubanks bought 13 mules Frank Rlgnoy at tS5 T C Ranki- bought of his brother a hooch of two yearold mules at 190 Mrs S H fickle and daughter of Powder Springs Tonn aro visiting thu formers mother Mrs Betsy Spoon amoro Miss Mario Grlflln of Lexlng too Is with relatives here Lightning did great damage In this community Tuesday night killing a horse belonging to John Crutch Qold burning the barn of J T Hacklcy and a bay stuck for James Robinson Miss Roberta Davis of Mt Vernon is the guest of Miss JTlonnle Hammond Miss Mattle Mattlngly of Cornish vllle Is visiting Mrs Mack Eubanks A number of people from this place attended the Oustonvllle fair Boy Cured Callaafter Physicians Treatment had Felled My boy when four years old was tak- witltcolic and cramps In his stomach sent for the doctor and ho Injected gettlhng a ra and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half an bonnie was sleeping and soon recover edF L WUKINS Shell Lake Who Mr Wilkins is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by W N Craig IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The L S N has let a contract for new yards at Corbin to cost 150600 Mrs Lizzie Spalding of St Louis died at Lebanon where she was visit ingAlbany Clinton county is now con nected by telephone with the outside world yrynllleLebanon The Farmers Bank of Salviaa com menced business at Salvlsa Mercer county Tuesday A C Price wbo was injured In a wreck on the Cincinnati Southern died at Somerset Wilbur Hopkins was arrested at atDarbourvllloGeorge Murley Bill Brannon and William Garrett sawed out of jail at Albany have not been caoturod Wesley Hogue of Kings Mountain employe of the C S lost an arm in an accident at maRe Mountain a few days ago Police Ofllcer Martin Gentry of bytheHurst Tom Coleman colored was shot In the stomach with n charge of buckshot ryantevllleColemao William Smith aged 80 years Is dead at Richmond He was a member of the Episcopal church and was one of Richmond oldest and most respected citizen Miss Arlee Clark a young woman of Clinton county died mysteriously She bad bought and made some of her fu neral clothes and told her family she was going to die At Straight Creek mines near Pine vlll Tom Elford shot Andy Collins three times through the head and kill shottSix alleged will of Gon Casslus M Clay were offered for probate at Rich mond by claimants to the estate Their consideration was postponed until the September term of the county court Little Rosalie Marshall Mahan aged oftday morning at the family residence oo Third street of meningitis Advocate The Southern division of the Cum jerland Ohio railroad running from Lebanon to Greensburg a distance of 31 mile by order of the Marlon cir- cuIt court was sold to the highest bid LouisIbought It for 1450000 An intruder entered the homo of Mrs Sue Moore In Mercer Her ale tors Mlssct Hattie and Isabella Wit roomdnelgbborsleft two doors open so that his awls could be easily made A Harrodsburg dispatch says In the West End of this county Billy Robin son struck Tom Bowen on tbo side of the head with a rock The blow sov ored an artery and the wounded moos life was saved by eomo one holding the severed artery for three hours until a oldIrDysentery CuredJ Without Aid of a Doctor I am just up from a bard spell of the flux dysentery says Mr T A Pinner a well knowta merchant of Drummond TennhI used one mall botttof Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea havinga a a medicine in the world There Is no need of employing a doctor when this remedy is used for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults It never tails and Is pleascnt to take For sale by W N Craig Milton M Flakier whoso death In the town of Medway Mass at the great ago of 02 Is chronicled claimed and probably with truth to be the old est living man who had Identified him self with the Garrison movement for the abolition of slavery He welcomed It when it appeared was an attendant to its early meetings and sloops shared In Us abborence of the peculiar lust tution but ho differed from lie goner al policy as regards political action being an earnest member of the Free Soil and republican parties successful eIlye L Raving chastised the Herald into the support of tbo democratic party the Lexington Democrat Is now going after the Louisville Post with good prospects of landing It Somerset Journal A woman smoking a cigarette is proparjIn 6 i THIN SUITS m AT sm THIN PRICESJ evsAAll our twopiece Summer Suits can now bo bought at cost This is your chance to get something cheap to wear to the fairs and look well at n vary small cost IT PAYS TO TRADE AT GLOBEMerchant Your money back it youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville Ky Refrigerators Ice Boxes i Freezers and Oil Stoves Full Line of Hot Weather Specialties at J R HABELDEN Lancaster KyIto eJ b n PURE VINEGARS impression ofIharmful adulteration that wholosomo vinegars mistakenideaTheirVinegars Unionbutand place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Vin egar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Cometo Higgins M irIr1e y STANFORD KENTUCKY Invest In PaintPaint un your buiiJingg adds 10 per cent to paintingGood paint is always worth moro than its coat and tho best paints those days go far ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed Paint willlearn tofullennys Drug Store l O PAUL sec StanfordI III IDiBREDUCED RATES ATAlOGUEHAlLE flCATIQN co EVERYBODY COMING u iSIi r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON i THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a canJUtte for Sheriff of Lincoln county sullied to the actton of the democratic raft GEO W DE BORD- Is a ciuUatt for Sheriff of tines county sutytct t to the the Jeravcratk party T JEFF HILL SR Is a canJIiilt far Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the eaten of the democratic Tarty JESSE C LYNN Is acanlUate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject ta the action of the democratic party f JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the acton of the democratic raft SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject- to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER of Uncoln county RepresentativeforIs a candidate subject to the action of the puny Democratic Ticket For Governor J C IP XECK1IAX For Lieutenant Governor Jr P T2IORXE For Auditor of Stat- eS W114GER- For Trtotorer II u BOSWORT1T For Attorney General X 11 HAYS For Secretary of State 1L V MeCUESNBY For of Public IsaNri- icJ11FUQU4 For Commtttioner of Ayrieuitttre HUBERT VREELAXD For Clerk of Court of Appealt J MORGAN C1I1XN For Railroad Commissioner 1PrC C MCHORD For Circuit Judge IV COAA DELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk L F HOLDAM For Repref enUtlve I J M ALVERSON A FRAUDULENT Chicago concern It said to have operated a big swindle In Breathllt county lands selling worth lens deeds to Imaginary tracts of land r for the consideration of 85 a tract E L Noble a deputy county clerk and J E Spicer a deputy sheriff who are suspected of complicity In the swindle i left Jackson some time ago without any notice to their friends and nothing definite hal been heard from them since their departure It la alleged that Spicer collected back taxes from victims who bad Invested In the worthless titles and that Noble assess r ed the purchasers exorbitant fees for recording the deed- CGNGRESSSIAN LOVERING of Massa chusetts protectionist all his life Is that the tarltl doors should ISdeclarlug as easily as they now I believe he says lIihe principle of protection Is best conserved by meeting the question promptly and revising some of the glaring Inequalities that are today butting us out from the markets of the world Tariff revision has got to come and the Massachusetts man Is the handwriting on thewise to see t wall MANY strange Negroes from Evans yule and other points In Indiana are flocking Into Union county seeking to escape the war that Is being waged on them In the Hoosier State Kentuckys governor however would readily hon or a requisition for the entire lot If they should be wanted for even playing apart In the crime of assassination Will the governor of Indiana return the compliment parjf tenant general In the confederate army Only two other lieutenant generate are now living Gens Longstreet and Joe Wheeler The wonder li that any man old enough to have been a lIeuten- ant general fully 40 years ago Is Hying now Gen Stewart Is 82 TUE Louisville General Council pees ed an ordinance making It unlawful for anyone to buy sell or have In his poe Bcslon a toy pistol Hereafter the 4th of July and Christmas celebrations will I not be attended by many accidents and deaths In the Palls City MR BRYAN saya be has no desire to name a candidate for president next i year His only wish being that the man be one of the 0000000 who stood for the Kansas City and Chicago platforms tan will be A STEEL horse 150 feet I one of the attractions at the St Louts fair Many a fellow who goes there high horse with next year will ride a out getting on the steel Imitation LANCASTER Rains are a dally occurrence The C W B M met Wednesdayaf ternoonEld M Tinder bought a cow of Mr Mlles for 835 There has been little sickness In this section during the summer Refreshments were served by the W C T U Thursday evening The remodeling of W A Arnolds residence Is nearing completion The new sidewalks on Campbell street are quite an Improvement The ginseng gardeners report their crops as making a favorable growth The building of the waterworks will make quite a thoroughfare of Logan townThe union service will be held Sun day evening at the Presbyterian churchMr George Evans has bad a number of applications for rooms In his cottage on Stanford street Grant Blair of Harlan county Is prospecting In Upper Garrard for a 87000 or 88000 farm Marshal S D Rothwell was taken Ill In his sons office and was for sometime unable to be removed- R Gentry bought several carloads of export cattle from W S Bcazley A R Denny and A C Robinson pav- Ing 8450 and 8475 Will Walker and O G Speaks left this week for Kansas where they expect to take part In the great wheat harvest now In progress In that State They will order and run a thresher If they find they can make It profitable The old Wat Adams dwelling on Poor Ridge was destroyed by fire Tuesday Ned Adams had just come back from Missouri and lost all his furni ture that he had moved Into his old home There was 1800 Insurance on the house Lightning was the cause of the fire O T Wallace the prohibition nomi nee for lieutenant governor expects to enter upon an active canvass and will leave In a few days to begin his tour of the State Ho will be joined by Col- T B Demaree the gubernatorial nom- Inee and they will be traveling com intone during the campaign Wm Ward died Wednesday night of acute brouchlal trouble after a short Illness aged 56 Mr Ward was a suc cessful business man owning several residences the Lancaster Flouring Mill and other property Ho leaves several brothers and sister and ono daughter Miss Cora Ward The funeral will be held today As evidence of the fine sermon and Interesting union service Sunday eve ninA a prominent bank official ex county judge and 1 J subscriber pass ed down the aisle after the benediction and then came to a sudden halt O I forgot my hat he exclaimed and hurriedly retraced bis steps When a man so far forgets himself as to forget his hat It Indicates unusual absorption and pre occupation of mind Dr Wm Kemper of Muncie Ind will visit Miss Altle Marksbury next week Mrs H A Price has returned from a visit to Danville Misses Fan Die and Bettle West leave soon to visit In Lexington Miss LIccle Kerr of North Mlddletown Is an expected vie itor to Miss Ethel West Mrs G M Patterson and Miss Cora Ward were guests at Dripping Springs Rev and Mrs H N Faulconer and daughter of Hlllsboro 0 are visiting relatives here Prof Roy Haines of Hlllsboro O Is the guest of a fair one here Jai R Brown of Chicago Is visiting hero Miss Annie Royston has typhoid fever POLITICAL Bakers majority over Miller for cit cult judge In the Adair district Is 447 The democrats will put out a candi dateSecretary Easley of the National Civic Federation saya both Hanna and Cleveland will discuss the labor prob lem from the same platform early In OctoberThe campaign in Ohio was opened at Urbana with speeches by Mayor Tom Johnson Congressman John Lentz John L Zimmerman W J Bryan and others The secretary of war has approved the opinion of the Judge Advocate General of the army holding that the Government Is entitled to reduced rates over the tracks of land grant railroads when operated by other rail road companies The republicans of tho Third judicl- I district have nominated Judge James Breathltt of Hopklnsvllle for circuit judge The matter of making a nomination for Commonwealths Attorney was referred to the republican district committee Milton Young entertained Gov Beckham and a number of prominent Kentuckians at a reception at his farm McGrathlana Addresses princi pally of a social nature were made by Gov Beckham Col W C P Breck In ridge the Hon W P Thorne and othersCol W G Welch of Stanford was In Danville Sunday en route to Frankfort and was seen by a News reporter and asked concerning the political sit uation InLlncolu and his reply was that Lincoln was all right He Bald of course Judge Saufleya friends regret his defeat but all of them would line up and vote and work for the Mercer nominees News LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Seventyfive mules changed hands at Russellrlllo Monday at SG5 to 8135 FOR SALE A good heavy team of work horses W S Dryc Huston vilisitHoltzclaw Speak threshermun of Garrard left Wcdnccday for Central Kansas with a threshing outfit and 15 menThe management of the Knox Couc ty Fair Association has announced au tomoblle races as one of the features of the coming exhibition Jerry Brlscoo has sold to Isaac Hub bard his farm In the Went End He sold him 100 acres for 80000 and the remainder 40 acres at 840 At the Danville fair Tuesday W H McKinney got tho premium on the beet buck any ago and J C Lynn cer tificate In the walking ring A W Pedlgo bought In Columbia seven mules at 870 He also bought six horses at an average of 8100 Thomas Wilson bought one horse for 8110 NewsC Sandldge won the blue tie at Danville yesterday with E P Carpen ters Prospect This handsome horso was greatly admired Capt B F Powell won on his yearling jack W U Cowan sold to L H Hudson a pair of fouryear old mules for 8376 to John K Baugbraan 100 stock ewes at 350 and to C H VanArsdale 40 at same price Mr Cowan has another lot coming from Wayne county At Richmond court Monday there were 3200 sheep which brought from 2 to 31 cents and about 50 cattle which ranged from 3 to 3c Norrl Bros report 300 sheep which brought 2c and 55 cattle welch procured 4 and 5c A W Smiths fine horse Granvllle Smith by C F Clay dam Ella Hop kins dam of Geneva S 2101 and Mattie H 2111 was struck by lightning and killed He also had a mule killed at the same time worth 8200 Advo cato N W Aycr the Philadelphia mil lionaire owns the largest dairy farm In New York State It Is located at Ferldale Delaware county and con tains just 1000 acres On the farm If the largest creamery In the country where every day In the year 66000000 pounds of milk Is made into a ton and a half of gilt edged butter There are 250 head of thoroughbred Jersey cattle on tho farm The property embraces Mr Ayers country seat Farming on so extensive a scale wa started a few vears ago by the owner as a novelty and experiment Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival to bo bigger and better than ever this year The Lexington Hone Show Fair and Carnival which begins next week promises to be bigger and better than ever this year The Lex Ington Elks say everybody II coming and will come near proving true De Baugts Celebrated Twentieth Century Band will be heard this year and there will be many other features Do Baugh Is well known In Kentucky having filled a number of highly sac cessful engagements In this section He has played at the Lexington Trots and at the Lexington Elks Fair prey ous to this year The band will con slstof 35 men and will be augmented by the celebrated DeBaugh Megaphone chorus The sensational headend col lision takes place Wednesday August I The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch Insignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It Is wise to have Bucklena Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores fleets and Piles threaten Only 25c at all Diug Stores s Frank Matters an expert swimmer of Brooklyn saved his mother from drowning In the surf at Coney Island and Immediately after lost his own life In tho undertow At Arkansas City Ken a woman killed her husband who while drunk attacked her with a chair Tnreo men were seriously hurt by an explosion in an Ink factory at Cincin nati Conrad Schroeder a millionaire shot himself to death at Scranton Pa Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court W L McOsrty pita vi J R Hughes Bailie HUghes By virtue of a Judgment and order of tale In le above styled suit at Ita June term 1002 the undersigned commissioner will on tho 10th day of August 1003 before court house door In Stanford Kylell at public outcry to the highest and best the property hereinafter described The object of e to to ratio money enough from the iale of said land to satisfy debt of tho plaintiff and his costs on the 10th day 1003 amounts to the sum of 94081 The tract of land to be sold lies In Lincoln county on the waters of Pteblng Crook and bounded thus Begin nlng at the southwest corner ot a tract of land belonging formerly to Conrad Koutcn thence SIll V poles to two white oaks south 20 W 38 poles to forked poplar tree south 40 west 23 to two S 58 wet 70 poles to a chestnut and dogwood North 5 West 115 poles to a white maple and North 80 East 140 poles to the beginning contalnlllJl 105 acres IBid tract of land will be sold as a whole Terms of Bale Bond with approved se curity required payable to tho boater for date until paid inr I nar cent Interest The urchasen will be entitled to pone alon for seedlag purpoealn the tall and for and tofullthClO purposes will be entitledand from premises and on lit day ot January 1110eR O WARREN SUMMER BARGAINS AT THE GRAND LEASER r All the new sty to We Shirt Waists we havo In stook go In this SutlllMr Sale at 35c 300 Consols worth Qo ftjo anti Wo aauh go in this Stumor Sat nt F 9c Olds and Ends of wash goods Dltnt ties and Qrgandltts wore 191 15 and 17o to close theta quickl- y6c yd 300 Ladles Straw Sailors White and Black Soc CHOICE J4cITHE GRAND LEADER 1M B LEVY CO Prors S B LEVYManapor Notice To Hedge Fence Growers Land owners oaalatelalg bd ge feaeo alool pabllc highways are aotISd that It is ultlawfal to obstruct either the ditch s or rlght efways by leaving the break on te road and Iny one so oCendlnI will be pros at d If Home Is not temoved In a relno lkle timeJAB P BAILEY Judge Lincoln County ooart 4 S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OOtuv VtRobcrtt Druc Slots In Us Owilty ou di- nTHOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I nladlc Berkshire hog Fouthrtown sheep nigh Grade bucks oneyearold J STEELE OAIlPENTEn nuttonvllle Ky POSTED I Notice Is hereby g tventhat my farm Is posted and that 1 will not permit hunting fishing or trespassing of any loIa toN will be punlbed tothefullextentof the law = MEI KB Highland R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Once over Digging A McKInnoys Ston Telephone rio 81 DR P Wa Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kontucky Office In Myors Houso Fluted W Wallace Yv Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horse Sheers Wont MAin Btroot Stanford Kentucky NOTICE Tho Frith Hotel at Brodhead Ky nAi li Thl for rent Possession given Aug 11 Hotel Is situated near Depot at nrodhea Address and la well located for men J G FBITII Broflhead Ky Farm For Sale I homestead farm nenr Richard Simpson and IsHas 100 acresGilbert wIth dwelling barn etc and hru good orchard Also 13 acres of land adjoin Holticlaw and 7 acres adjoining Ing John and Alex Traylor and Wm Huffman Separate tractsSIMPSON HEIRS Lancaster Ky H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Good WarrantedFit Give Him a CalL IiSl All our 76c 8100 and 5126 Shirt Vast go In tfcls Shtnmw Sato at G9ci 200 Carets work J8100 and 8238 go hi tide SMMinr Sato al 59c t Bine ijoaiHy Dross CHugbam sold at 10o yfli In Oils Swmmr Sale your ohQieo 6c yd were All our 8135 8750 and 82 Waists go in this Summer Sale at 98c 60 FloxfljOM Corset mad for stout Stu s ttyrP SMB anl 8100 Summer Sate nrl- M89c 000 jHilns Laflirt line Oxfords Pat Gait kiift toro liih01h01a0 175 l I Mens J25o and15oo Medium Weight Suits to reduce our large stock we offer you choice 85o J Withers Furniture CofJTf r Doniors in Fine Furnituro Cmpots I Rugs Wall Pnpor Window Shiulos J tae Manufnoturors of Picture Frames RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go nt 1426 The 25 kind will go at 2125 The 30 kind will go at2475Th- e885 kind will go at88060T-he 840 kind will go at8476Th-e 50 kind will go nt1440Yo- uhave never had suchan opportunity Pro sented to you before so now is your ohanao All Moves will be set up in your kitchen and guaranteed CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky W H MUELLER It JEWELER Stanford Kentucky 1 CONIE You Are Invited I dlsdlaycdinclined to buy when you see that my croforles have unusual merit But wo obllgaUonllquality of tho goods wo sell will mako judllmcntMy PicnicsPricesare not regular customers me and bo convincedJsWPfiRRiNtIi8 Grocer lie Main St Stanford Kr t- J YOUNG MAN J I t Drop in and examine our line of t 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes J J W E PERKINS Crab Orchrtrd xy f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORn KY fro 7 1008 In fllllnir your preicrlptloni we use proporIonllnot do better If yon paid ui doublo tho price which Is always reasonable Pen cva Drujt Store PERSONALS MRS S n BAUdHMAN continues Ill Mre A C MARTIN over from Dour boo Mil W W WITHBH9 Is at Dripping- S Springs Miss JEAN WAIUIBN of Danville t with the Minos Warren Miss LouISE EASTLAND of Louis rlllc Is with friends hero Mn K P OWSIBY of Oolumbui Oa has joined hli wits bore MRs M J HARIUS of Louisville the guest of Mrs Ernest Carter MR JAMES DCDDKRAR has moved to the eons In the Maywood section Miss STBLLA LBWIS left yesterday to tlMt relatives at Campbellirlllo Miss PEAIIL OURNSIDB leaves to liMRsIs the guest of Mrs Dr E J Drown Mit J THOMAS CHERRY secretary of the Urodbcad fair was hero ycitor dayj VIRGINIA WARRBV of Mid dlesboro Is with relatives and friends I here JUDGE M D Queues and Mr Jake Joseph of Lancaster were here Wed nesdaychis Sneers ground off In his mill the other day MRS JJ Mvniifl of nuitonrllle took the train here for Livingston Tuesday Mn J A WAUjtCH and wife of SprlBjrflald spent a few days with the hotncfolk Miss MARY SLKKT of Midway visiting MtSMS CatlMriM and Sara Baegb sae MIlS 0 O Ln At Midway will ar rive toMMrrow to visit her SOB Mr i Frank Les- Mies PIoJIaI M AMCCM of Sbolby vlllv Is with MlH Mlnolsj DlQwtddlo at Hwlonvllle MM J D nolDBtmAs ad Oil don loft Tuesday to jolt her husband at Somerset J 8 GOOD has movod his family lathe M D Rlmore ooUsge on Wes- Main treet Mm MARY BCRCH II bask from a visit te Hr slur Min Raebol AJllscn In LtulsutonMm UORD of SprlngMd Is the guest of her old seboolmate Mrs John 0 Lyon Miss MYRTLR AIIRAMS has returned from a protracted visit to relatives a t Slowx City la MR Jour DUIOHT SR has an uply gash on ono of his hands It was In Meted by a mad hen MR K P WOODS and wife spent several days with their daughter Mrs S M Allen at Mlllersburg Mil W 0 CAMIIIKLL and wife of Willow Springs Mo are guests of Mr and Mrs Beery Qolderman DR CICERO EUIIANKS wife and son i Wesley of Paducab are visiting his father In the Rubble section Mil AND MRS J A MCROUERTS Of Lebanon Junction wore guests of the family of Mr W n Higgles MRS JAMBS R BEAZLEY and little Elolso are vltltlti the family of Mr John B Mershon In Somerset MISSES MARY AND Lizztu PORT MAN went to Lexington Tuesday visit their aunt Mrs S P Slagg MRS OEO T FARRIS and handsome daughter Miss Louise Farrls wcro hero Tuesday en route to Lancaster MR J 0 LYNN and family will Occupy the residence on East Main Street just vacated by Mr James Dudderar Miss MARIE MAUONY of Stanford I Is spending a few days with Mrs B Penny during the fair Advocate MR E C JONES and family of Tree ton Mo are visiting his parents M J and Mrs M W Jones at Mlddloburg 1MI99EDNA BAUOIIMAN of Humon a charming gueitof the Mine- Dunn DroadwayDally Danville NowMn JAMES C ENOLEMAN wlfo and lon of MIddleiboro spent several days with relatives hero while en route to f Pueblo Col DR J M ACTON of Lancaster paned through to Louisville Wednesday 1where ho was taking a patient to con suit a specialist MRS CLEO BROWN Is spending eom time at Mt Vornon Miss Susie Saun- dersi can be found in her millinery stare each evening Miss LULU E REYNOLDS of t J West End has returned from a pro tracted visit to relatives nod friends at Nlcbolasvlllo and Richmond Miss ETTA BELLE CLOYD very dc- llgbtfully entertained a number of her I lady friends yesterday afternoon honor of Misses Virginia Warren Mlddlesboro and Louise Eastland J LouisvilleM BAUOHMAN of hman bratfof J ale Tuesday a Courier LOCALS PBNAUTY on graded school tax cons on Aug 20 flatter py now W H Wfcaren 2t IP you need a good Mcond hand wa goo or buggy sea m ht oem Biggins TUB MoKlbnvy L AN lgive10 round- trip rate 10 Loatavillo Aug 11 on ao count of tbe uutomubUa runes ALL preecrluvlon work Intrusted to me will bave my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist euccecior to Crklg t Elookor IT wont coat ranch to go to the Brod Head fIr tbU vour Aug 10 30 and 21 Tbe L A N wilt give a halt lure rate and the admission ls only 26 cents for adults and 16 cents for children THOSE Indebted to Craig Hooker will please settle at once a dissolution of partnership makes It necessary to close our books W N Craig Phar macist suecesior to Craig k locker PAINTING THE TOWN Jeff Belden fc Co are literally painting the town of Klngsvlllo They have painted near half the bouses there and It looks ojonLINCOLN WELLS Is rapidly becom Ing a stave king In partnership with Mr J C Coulter be shipped during July 90odd carloads of staves and tanbark Be Is a hustler from away baok and Is making money hand over flit BUTTER Butter was never scarcer this time of year than It Is now It an not be had for love or money If you have a pound or so you are not needing bring It In and help toward al levlatlng tbe suffering of your Stun ford friend COLVBR Mrs William H Colyer died at Brodhead and wee burled Sat daisy after funeral services by Rev O M Buoy of this place Her husband childrensare let to mourn the low of aa ease tlonato mother MONDAY Is county court day and you are earnestly requMtod to call at this ottoo or sae a representative on tbe street cod pay for yoer paper or any other antyou may owe 111hI will pay you cone wont go say longer with us The mosey mutt be forth oomlng now oftpassenger 25 due here at 1917 A M did not ar rive until 890 nearly eight issues late Wednesday raorolog It was necessa ry to transfer from No 38 to No 29 Tbe damage done was considerable but nobody was badly hurt LIGHTNING truck the horse and killed It and shattered the buggy Mui Woody Stripy and Miss Florence Crutcbfleld were returning from church In Tuesday night They were considerably shocked and almost scar ed to death The horse belonged Mr John Crutcbfleld and was a good ono FEARFUL DEFORMITY A little daughter was born to the wife of Tom Walker colored of the MeKlnnoy sec tlon which Is Indeed a curiosity It has no cars eyes nor note but has a perfect shaped mouth and sets and cries like other children Us hood turn the opposite way while the linger seem to be almost boneless It Is about the worst deformity ever seen and the child lives It will bo a great irea for a side show t0PPO51IT SETtLESiENTA1R M Bugbcs district agent for the old r liable Aetna Life Insurance Compan- came over tram Lancaster and gave Mrs Carrie Shelton a draft for 11000 amount carried in his company by he husband Judge T L Shelton This Is one of the oldest and best companies Vand It Is claimed that Its management and Investments enable It to pay larger dividends than many other companies inrsurance two years thee most o f Boyle county originated In the cellar of the big wholesale store of the Curry Grocery Company at Junction City at 6 oclock Wednesday morning The origin of tho era Is unknown but a strong gale carried the lames rapidly Tbo Commercial Botel the Ooodo Bot tllog Works the residence of Mrs S A Moore W O WooKorda coats thee wero soon In flames and burned to tbe ground It took bard work to save the Southern Tbt0o yore to the scene but the engines wore luau f flcient to street the llames The loises were as follows Curry Grocery Co stock 806000 building 113000 with In luranco of 40000 Commercial Hotel boof2 t restau abetot 11500 B W Durhams drug store ItofSnow Drift Lardtotal loess about II An Infant of Mr and Mrs Doyle 0 Rodes of Danville died Tuesday 1ATTIesDMt foals tomorrow Saturday night LARDS crowds are attending the Danville lair and the show of stock Is flno JUST received an elegant lice of Chamber Sets from 8260 to 812 CO Farris SONCo Fair next week the L k Nwill sell round trip tickets at 82 ITUB L will soother II 60 e to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Stanford at 6 A M MY stock of trusses asnever more hNCraig S Hooker TUB Stanford Graded School will open Monday Sept kith with a splendid faculty beaded by Prof R S Eu bank superintendent THIS Is growing weather Showershevery day followed by hot Tbe corn crop in this section has been saved and all will be well yet HIOQINS MCKI have added The Old Hickory Wagon to their list of popular wagons and Implements Call on them for anything you want A mo bus load Crab Orchard Springs guests attended the Danville fair yesterday Goy Beckbam Treat user Hnger Henry Boswortb and other Democratic nominees worn there MR T J FOSTER bad 80000 worth of stock in the wholesale grocery of Curry S Co which burned at Junction City Wednesday morning Mr F B Twldwell also of tbls county had about 15000 in It FAIR Charles F Montgomery the olever secretary of t o Liberty fair Aug 26 27 23 was last night and left with us copy forbelIcatalogue of that fair which we have out In a few days It Is liberal premiums and purses TUB statement In tbe Cincinnati Enquirer and Louisville Pot that Charley SauQey took his life became of bis mother marriage Is be Jbutwe will state that there Is aoscmblanco of truth in tbo report JAMES Mrs Joe Me James died in Coffeyville Kansas Wednesday at an advanced age She hId been sickS for tome time from Inflammatory matlsm The burial took place in Cof eyvllle yesterday afternoon Mrs James was a sister of Mr Thomas E Wood of this place and Is survived by her husband MR BUROE bands us the following and asks Its publication William Burge of Maywood sometime ago de clared himself for the nominee for jail toor of Lincoln county for the republican party not thltklng of bis soninlaw Mr Farmer Not wishing him any bad success during his race for candl date for jailer he hopes him great sun tees In his race for nominee Ho will run for tbo nominee of the republican party subject to the convention later on To PROPERTY OWNERS I cheer tally recommend to the Insuring pub Ho the companies represented by Jesse D We red of Stanford Ky On the leaks a check for full amount of loss without haveDsee largestyrates are as low as can be obtained liuataarMATRIMONIAL ProI I C Hunt of Shelbyvllle and Miss Lucy Crowe of Richmond were married Wednesday Richard Oaks a widower of 60 and Mrs Sarah Rogers a widow were married at the court house Wednesday Clarence Silliman and Miss Mary the attractive daughter of Mr Rice Benge of Danville were married Wednesday Announcement made of the ap preaching marriage of Rev B C Hor ton of Bristol Tenn to Mist Fannie Sullivan of the same place The swellest wedding that has oo curredln Harrodsburg for some time was that of Edward Howard Davie t Miss Patty Moore Smith at Beaumont College It took place Wednesday evening At high noon at the residence of Rev Dr 8111 pastor of the First Methodist church Louisville Tuesday Mr John K Baughman and Miss Ella Carson both of tbo West End were joined heart and hand announcement of which event was made In our leaf 1s sue The Misses Kokcndolfer and Messrs M S Baughman and Georg- Dunn were present and witnessed tbo ceremony The couple left at once to French Lick Springs and will remain there until today or tomorrow As stated before Mr Baughman IB one of the West Ends most solid citizens f3 Is the largest land owner in his sectlo- aed has abundant means The bride a Is said to be exceedingly handsome and Is cultivated to a high degree Thero every reason why the union should provo a happy ono and heres hoping that It will Tbe I J extends hearty congratulations and wishes them all the happiness this world affords CHURCHMATTERS A protracted meeting will begin at tbo Turnersvllle Christian unday churchI Rev J L Wills will begin a series of meetings at Fulrvlow ohuroh to morrow Saturday night Eld J Q Montgomery held a five days meeting at Antioch church In Caiey with two additions as tbe result Hide C E Powell of this place and J Q Montgomery of Liberty are olding a protracted meeting at the church at Middlcburg ChasHmorningAOn tbe seventh ballot Cardinal Sar to patriarch of Venice was elected to succeed Leo as Pope Tbe selection PopoaTbe wife of Rev S H Peebles of the M E church South and Mrs boateddllcuulon Pcableelaher umbrella In Mrs Barnes eye de stroying the sight and Inflicting a wound that was extremely painful and very dangerous Rove T S Tlnsley of Louisville and J R Farrls of Lexington arc conducting a protracted meeting at atheirmorulnllFptal Sins of a Church Saturday nlhtWbo Will Go To Heaven Sunday mOlnlngLUe In f nightIsPuts an End itAll A grievous wall chimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver com painl and Constipation But tbauks to Dr Kings Now Life Pills they put an sad to it all They are goalie but thorough Try them Only 26c Guaran teed by all Drug Stores Treasurers Sale For Taxes ll theholtndllJ1Oletothe school tax of District No 31 of tin propertrThlltore week and the aasA s will disappear as soon ai the tax and con II paid CAldnell II 0 86 acres Omktn James 160 acres 11It hesJ n ISO aerm mith Vernon SS laere lllSingleton K 8 M acres 60 ttlWind510 MUniHV Dist Trea i OFFICIAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Kentucky Cfflco of the Secretary of lursuanttoanactoftheGeneral Anem Kentuckypassedheld on Tueda the 7th of Jan uary IDS which act ti designated ai chap Allemblyandamendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of Kentucky and of which tbe lub- Joined Is a true copy the constitutional amendment propofcdln said act will be sub milled to the utert of the Commonwealth of Kentucky for their acceptance or their rejection at the nut general election which placetbroultboutHID third of Norrember I09S at which election members of the General Assemby are to be voted for Given under hand as Secretary of State of tile Commonwealth of Kentucky this third day of July 103 0 B HILL Secretary ot State OUAlTFR An act to provide for an amendment to Sec RentuckyRethe Commonwealth of Kentucky Section That upon the concurrence of three fifths of members elected to each house the yea und nays Defog taken there respectivejournals addingtothe General Assembly may by general Ian only authorize cities town of any rial- to provide for taxation for municipal pur andIfranchises In lieu of an nd valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class Impoltlonterrybrfdgeelectric light or electric power com pany so that said section when so amend el shall read as follows Section 181The General Assembly shall net Impose text for purposes of any coon corporationretectlvelytboGeneral Assembly may by general laws on the of purIposelprofesslonsor a special or excise taxI and may by general laws delegate the power to municipalotea on stock used for breeding purposes on 03n7dpenoonallropertyhnllble license or franchise In lieu of an ad va lorem tax theiconi Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street rail woes ferr as water heating tele phone telegraph electric light or electric power company Buboratlflcstionor rejection at the time and In 50rtbo provisions of the act of May 13 7 being Section IUD of the complication of law known and M the Kentucky Statutes GERALD T FINN RepresentativesnPresident Pro tern of the Senate a a a i t r j j j t j j 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 Cummins S McClarV AUGUSTIs our month for cleaning up remnants from our Spring and 1Summer stock It is an opportunity for our customers who care to buy this late Summer Coats and Pants Men s Low Shoes Straw Hats Ladies and Childrens Slippers Mews Ladies and Childrens Drop I Stitch Hose Look at them and we will convince you of I REAL REDUCTION Terms Cash j HJMRoberts e CUT PRICES On Wash Skirts Wash Waists Light Skirts Slippers Oxfords Hens and Womens Canvass Shoes Lawns c MidSummer Notions Such as ComhsFansFan Chains Lace Hose Gloves Chatelains Waist Sets Belts c New goods every week in this depart ment SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVES astiWater Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Poultry 9moothand Hart Wire Grass and Bush Blades LOW GASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER BestReady Mixed PAINT for any Purpose THE JNTEIUORJOURNAL jtntered n the potloffl at Stanford 01 teandCl matter AbpUaAIU crv nsFrtscrVIIA- T 81 PER YEAR CASH t9 When not iopildaS00 will becbargsd KNOXVILLE DIVISION lhtOIp m o Train I ngNd m 025II o2S South 12ITain Nora Mt2pm FORRENT My itoteroom recently occupied by Vm Severance Will root for one or more years J B OWSLEYi THE Joseph Price Infirmary alt the year for the treatment of Veto and chronic diseases and for con hall be cash ulwtlon Board and nursing and monthly Profes In advance weekly rendered ilonal bllli doe when services are and mutt to paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a sold Grade Feedandl none and Mutes horses receive personal attention 1 ice 8 TraHlort DEALERS IS WhlsKii Brando Wines Beer GInars Etc Carpenter Close to OeootSTANFORD KY to dunk attention MiphoueMertele aphnorntreceiveo- romrt 11JD Wearen f Fire and Tornado The Home of New company in the world Assets 12 Surplus II regards policy holders Farm property In CaseY Garrard coin counties Phone 21 ii iBMahony Insurance fluent InsuranceJ Represents 838710035 F04360369 Stanford KentuckV Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties Llnooln and tase who may be seeking surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but Itron est and best OldLine Com repreeented and the low eel pnfsible rates are guaranteed Phone f Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oor Myers Hotel BnlldlngQ 2nd Fleer Stanford Many good companies but only one bost The Equitable strongest in tho world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity x Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness r Mrs Fred Unrath President Country Club llcnton Harbor Midi Alter first baby was bom I did not seem to rcjiln my strength although the doctor me a tonic which he I ucdveryuperlor but Instead of getting btr every day hus band insisted that I take Wins of Cardui for a week and ice what It would do for me did take the medicine and grateful to findany strength and heals- lowly returning In two weeks was out of and In a month was able to take up my usual duties I am very enthuil ruticIn Its praise Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs pregnancyandchildbirthItpreventsmiscarriage heriWino of Cardui before her came she would not have been weakened as she Will Her rapid should x commend this remedy to every tAnt mother Wine Cardui regulates the menstrual flo- wWINEOFCARD I t q PARKERS HAIR BALSAM mean C1 bnrtfles tM hr ITrnla to ntla71tir to its Yoatpu tlur trp dlww a halt 1aln dl00 a DnurMl NEW LIVERY STABLE 5WBUBSftSHPrsnl JUNCTION CITY KY 8lret01I5I Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and tiny For Sain Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first clogs Porters meet all trains 89 J H BOONS 1NCO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Depot Street Also Dealers InCall on us on Coal J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALlO IlIULU tx Farnitarcli1attingRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ MccbMY UNDEBPJ AXEB E3IBAOIEX And Dealear- InIIBRNESS13anai 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs acheReartDlseasearavelDropsy CURE Dont become There li a cure for you UntcesearywrltolrrYOnuet Ho has spout a Ufo time curing casesasyours All colIsultnUolIl Free A gravel lodged In my bladder Ridhey a few bottle of Fenners and llackaclio Cure I a gravel halt ai largo ae a marble The medlclno prevented further furautlon I was cured W T OAKES OrrlxVa Druggists5oc It Ask for Cook Hook Free STVITUSDANCE Sure Cure Circular IJI Fcnncr FredonlaNV CBSS e LeXInGTOn DemOClR C Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor W PI Walton Editor 8 Pror ILexlnAton Ky IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR DEBT 7r IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONST- IPATION1oiisZaxefdVASror Is nude oi Cascara Sagrada and other drugs that are equally as beneficial in the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising front constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPEI25 and JOc Bottles AItOurDrnWlI StorelIFor Solo at Pennys Drug THIS AND THAT A mob drove a nonunion miner out of Linton Ind Fire at Cincinnati destroyed property worth 8250000 The sixth annual convention of poH masters is being hed at Boston An Evansville man committed suicide because ho had been Jilted by his sweet heart Hurlbutt Hatch A Co members ot the New York Stock Exchange have failed Lieut Col Joshua W Jacobs of Ken tuck has been promoted to the trade of ColonelCardinal Sarto Patriarch of Venice was elected Pope lIe assumed the name of Pius 1- Republicans of the Third ludlctl dis trict nominated the lion James Dreathitt for Circuit Judge The Catholic Total Abstinence Uulon of America is in annual convention at Pittaburg with largo attendance- A negro preacher was killed and hIs- son inlaw badly wounded by a mob of whltecappers at Lcwisburg Tenn One of the biggest land swindles that has ever been attempted in Kentucky has been unearthed in Broathttt county Court officials at Cjnthiana are pie pared to frustrate an alleged plot to tamper with the jury in the JettWhito caseThe State of Texas oflers 60000 for any eflectlve means of destroying the boll weevill now playing havoc with cotton The Robards Tobacco Company of Henderson has asked for a receiver Its liabilities are reported to be fully f10000 II II Jacobs a wellknown business man of Washington oommlttod sutoide by shooting The deed is attributed to financial reverses Friends of former Gov William O Bradly have hid his portrait painted and will present it to the State for the executive office at Frankfort Tbe resignation of Charles M Schwab as president of the United Stab Steel tendered and prestIdenclIn a fire which destroyed the residence of Commander D C Stewart U S N on long Island the wife uod two children of one of the servants were burned to deathThe American Monetary Commission finds that European countries receive with favor a proposition for sliver cur rency In the Orient based on a new ratio of 32 to 1 A comparison of the mosey spent by the city of Louisville now and In previous yean shows that It takes nearly 1600000 more a yrar to run the city now than it did in 1800 Garth TompUns under sentence of death awl another negro knocked down Jailer OCutt at Madlsonvlllo and escaped They were finally captured and retu ned to the prison It is said that President Roosevelt is dissatisfied with the methods of Public Printer Palmer in handing labor disputes in his department and that Mr Palmers tenure of office is uncertain Private detectives in New York arc looking for missing Jewel said to be valued at 9100000 The matter has uot been reported to the police and it believed the theft is a family affair A new witness was found in the Oppen heimcr case at Cincinnati in tbo person of a nurse who claimed to have given Mrs Oppenheimer a little white box at the letters request This is tho box which the officials believe contained poison which caused the death of Mrs Oppenhcimcrs baby To ATLANTIC CITY WlthoutcbaoKo via tbo scenic O O through Wash ington and Philadelphia with stopover privilege returning special train will leave Lexington 1140 A M Thurs day Aug 13 1903 Round trip rate 814 tickets rood 12 days The best route and tho best time to seo Atlantic Qty at its height Through Pullman sleepers from Lexington to Atlantic City For further Information and descriptive circulars address Joo D Pott A G P A Cincinnati Ohio or Geo W Barney D P A Lexington Ky End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last retort I tried Dr King New Discovery for Consump tion The benefit I received was striking and I was on my fectin a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs and Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guarateed by all Drug 50c and 100 Trial bottles leeI Jim Garner was waylaid and shot on Missionary Ridge by Sam Shaw who escaped into Georgia A woman committed suicide in New York because her parents objected to her appearance on the stage Five more big cotton mills in Now England have been ordered coscd down Saturday on account ot the high price of cottonAfter nearly a years delay due to differences among the directors work finally has been ordered begun on the Carnegie library building at Chats nooga The Superior Court at Chicago has been called upon to decide whether the University of Chicago is operated for gain or Is a purely religious and charitable Hamilton n young whit farmer of Asotin county Washington who assaulted and murdered the 11 year old daughter of the Sherifl of the county was lynched Harry A Faulkner a former member of the St Louis House of Delegates on a third trial on the charge of perjury was convicted and sentenced to three years imprisonment Tho OldOld Story Bo anohored fist his fishing boat Ho made a cushion of hit coat And eat and watched the blubber float From early dawn till night As hour on hour thus Idly spent In slow IlIfIOeUlol1 CAme and went He passed the hour in sweet content While waiting for n bite When nbadows bade him flsh no mere Ha plied the lazy drlpplee oar And sought a lad upon the shore His string of bass to buy Next mornlcg in the buy mart Qe told a tale all knew by heart Yet told It with such wondrous art None knew the old old lie Brooklyn Kagle Suicides Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariable precede suloide andsomething has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric hitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only Me Ball faction guaranteed by all Druggist If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial U R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky ealEstateExcnallgc TITLE CO Stanford Kv No t nd lot In Stanford ara room h ell north In therrer good garden coal n borooJ close to church school Uood lor small Lam ily lrlc No S HOUM and lot In Stanford house ton aim fire room Uood stable ind I icrtt of land welt fenced One ofprettlMt building loll la town room enough In front for two other cottage or a J story frontconld be built to the cottage and U made a beautiful home Will U sold cbe paathe owner must bare money No 4Tvo starr rain dwelling 7 rooms hall and reranda food garden nelnc end house la good repair For sate or rent 1rlc reasonable No S 1I0u18 and lot In Stanford Three room and Stunt Goal garden and stable Uood e cbeorNo7lIoood SUnford stories rooro Uood garden and coal houae ou 1 BFnn of Ioacree24 miles Irotn Stan lord on county road 29 acres 0 cultlration seren In pasture 1 good orchard ant real In tlmUr Two mall cottage good barn and outbulldlngi well watrml and lenclnj fairly rod Mar can t ought at your price as owner line In Indlinapo lls and mud have mone- rMol2Owelllneofilx roomlbU and porch occceuarr outbuildings gartleo large two story store room 24x60 feet lower room supplied wltb counten belr etc Water In dwrlllog and wreroolu also cistern and well on puce Sntall lot back of store One mile from Stanford Ilulldlngi In good repair and dw1IInforlglnallr 11600 and lIore over for 1830 or will rent or sell separately- No 13230 acre farm mlle of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 room two tenant hours two buns well ind spring near dwelling Farm In blg hstiU of culllntlop acre river bottom Isnd good fencing fruit etc 1rlce 13750 an No 11100 acre ol land on Lancaster street la Crib Orchard opposite Springs In no Im prorements excrpt large stock barn abundant of stock water lreltl building site In town 1rlca S30UO No 54A farm Of 300 acres In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 3 good hero sad other out buildings men home bun etc about the center of 100 acres All on coubty road inlle from church school and La1 well and well watered This Is a good tobacco farm and would suit two or thrre fimlllea that might want to come from the same neighborhood lace reasonable No SSlout and lire acres of Und In McKln ney Necessary outbuildings Fencing good ind well watered Will sell this place on easy term No SG110UMod32 acm of Und within I4 mile of Stanford house contains Ore rooms Ttranda etc newly large new birn corn crib granary etc All buildings and fencing In splendid repair Well watered This la a most dellraLie hoola Price 11900 No 30Two stocks ol goods for use For par ticulars address Central Kentucky Real Estate Cx chant 4 Title Co State College of KentuckyqThe Agricultural and Mechanical College Ooll of Kentoekv offer tin follow- lug course ot study yiu Agricultural Horticultural Ohmlcol nioto lcal Mathemrttl cal Ihyslcnl Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Kloetrleal Knglpscr r ins Civil RiiglaeerlnK each of which extends aver four year and leads to it degree lust Graduate studio arc oleo provided leading earl to a Masters degree Had coarse of study u orfranlsed under a separate faculty The general fatally numbers nearlySu professor and Instructors COUNTY AlTOINTKEe receive tuition room rent in xpessThe modern Tho LnfUluturo appropriated Mowe for a Oollwjt Home for rounf women ant Hooou for drill hall and RTunaslum for men The latter Is oompletea nod In use the former wilt be ready for occupancy In October MilitAry tliCtlOI and lIolonllo are fully prvolded for a regeleod by Oon ref from the several ooure of readyy end fJCcelle positions end liberal supplyLastSummer School are provided for PenMgoRy Knelneerlnf and Instrwctlnn In Science Specialist with the necessary number of assistant have charge ot each department of Natural Science Tho State JolICRe of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of Col J toe Is tho only Institution In tho Commonwealth In any proper sense Unlrenltv work The completion of the College Home for young women will provide facilities for Rid oleetricltyAnrooms Lan unlte Literature Selonco Mathematics Ixiglp MctaphyslM History and Tolltlcal Heonomy Institution In the State offers advantages for the education of wo KentuckyFor 1lo coursM ut study send terms of admission apply to JAMM K PATTERSON Pit D Li IOr to D 0 FitAXcc Business Agent 1903Lennonrr KY Fall term begins September 7 I IS LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ae CAPITAL STOCK 90OOOO Directors J D fasten J n Owsloy 8 U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First Nationalor Capital Stock 50000 Tbi Institution was originally MUMIsheil as lie nilit Hank of Stanford In 111 then veer aite4 as the National stank of Stanford in Uti and again reorganised as the First National Ilatk of Stanford In till having bad practically an nelter- reed exUtoetco fur l years It Is beate- rspp1le4ow wllb farlltl for Iritntnct Init aslneM promptly and well than ever before la lu long and bonoraMe career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers NOTICEI purchased the interest of J Wnrrcn Mocker in the business of Crnig tC Hockor A continuance of bo appre ciated =an assurance of prompt ciliciont service is gi 011rnlOSO indebted to tho favor mo ttCCOUlltbtWILL N CRAIG to Craig A III No n Two story room frame ilwllc In Stanford Ky Large garden ai barn let This Is one ef Ihe set tlesliW boas In town Prk reasonable No IIA nke cottage and Ut on Lancaster atreatSmninl room owl ditcrn eta Cost IIiI0s11017A aern ONt Dwelling of eight roost Mil THIB ja eta One tenant IMUo stock harp urge totwoto barn and other eutbulldlngs Clsurn gaud well In the yard sad water In errleld on the plea Farm cut In seven fleWs and DrstclaM laid No 3OA ItW of IM urn Mae dwelling tour redo omJ lock bare lad ill m tuty out bulldlogt rerclng rool well wstereJ cut la Ire fids semi In eulllisilou mt In Mm hslf mill Irom tun ptk WIOIII Ibis puce lor only twoiwaen No 13116101 land In IloexcMtl for sda or exrbaiie lies all netwuary IMproTetsenls well watered Ac WII114Id at a bargain No 6OFnn of lee terse situated near Kings Till Ky10 acres In culllrmllon In tintwrrest In araui well watered two good buns and other oUlbull lnCl O relllr liwellliiKoo r raUr ly new la within lJO of three ehurnes school and C Irolocrlv Its on deirblelarmlor 81400 or la parrels of not leas than M urn to sultpurehucr This certainly chap property- No Farm of 15 acres near tfijnrsburg Dwelling good barn etc Well watered 8log- nd Is repair Producliye lime stone Isnd In good oerbborboodoloM to school sad on good road 1rlce f700 No alA farm of acres In Casey county Ky One ind ohehslf tor dwelllag with six room good barn and other outbuildings Sixty acm In cultivation 41 acres In timber fruit trees etc Lays well on county row close to church school etc 1rlce only te0- 0Nolloueandmacre land House con tains seven rooms Tcrander cellar etc All neo entry oulbulldln large bun all In iplemlld repair newly painted and cover nl Oilern at door tined ceo large barn lot fruit on plan 1rUe 11100 No as IMscrmof land In Ford eount Kas six mllrslroiu railroad and 4 mllr Irom Arkansas river Seventy acre of land Is river bottom II Ant dau land and In grass This land Is for isle or exchange No 0A farm ol IK acres four nillMfrom Stan ford on best pike in the county well watered fencing enod dwelling routs all ortA 11lell blue urasa ftrin aoU onlr 21 from county seat Sane of tine farm this has recently refuted fU per acre r this at W750 NoIIGJarm olliS acre In Casey anotherstory frame dwelling two nod barns In good repair Splendid tobacco land ind lii good A bargain at fjuo No 31 Farm of acres In Casey A tame dwelling aad dwe111nginfadrcoodltlou llama and other On county ro l splendid tobacco land well two well spring etc This Is a de Arable home Price 11800 No seven room frame dwelling verandas Ac and sere of land In county Large barn soil ill othtr Dec wary outbuild Ingi Church and school home at door There Is also a large store room on premises taining inlc large clean stock of general tiler chsndUa This Is a business stand Ula located at croaa ant frolD 112000 to ItllOU builness a Also three mite from this place on ssme pike a stock of general iiienhandlx amount to about rr month There Ire two wells and a cistern on and all the buildings are In splendid repair WIII1 the property and stock otgo or will exchange either or both for frmlog Tbll is aaplendid opportu nay for any one wishing loge Into Officers II SHANKS resident J n OWSLEY Cashier W M BItlOIIT Asst Cashiers J fl HOC3KKH Irest I J J iloHOHRUTS Ohr W U llk- prDirectors F held DaorUle S T Harris Stanford JB Meeker Stanford W I Walton Lexington itcRteeeyII8 U llanrbnsan SUnforJ T I HUI ntaafordaJat Rublnson Rubble I II Ilanchasan Suaford W I Tate Stanford have your patronage will and hero linn will their iKySuccessor Rocker Huitonfllln gee1- eeathan Jn1 lout l1ntyol outbuildings mlnutesdrlv adjoining outbuildings community outbuildings Twostory separately WBAUBN Ne 57 4 reed train lt and one acre o ten4 In Khutvllle Ky lags hrs smek house repatrrifeKyPeeoullmlldlBgs Snln enltlvittan test In tim lIkeM1KIotndwunlty Price leeb No fl Firm eflM acres near II dhed Nice tottag tenant boUM t Lore rte HilMlig and ngSopropertyNo SI Mlirresof land one IIItte tree Somerset Ky rut In wren hid Forty acm In cultlva r Oell10CtalolspundiiiNo 30so acres ot unimproved land In True county Me wile rem Sbula Station on Iron Mountain route Will sell a exchange for proiiertyln Unroln county countyailefromcloyaantbluegrweareptleacrea no wnte land Finedy watered b ioeda and bianrbes through tbe 1IteThe land Is rich and productive grows nemp and tobacco newly fsor ed with wire and IIraproveraenls a 14000 twetoryelgbtroom came dwelling wardrsbi lu each room pantries cellar etc newly covered and house tarn and other outbuildings all In good condition In good neighborhood near church school depot postoAee ant store within 400 yards of house Tblsplactwl U told cheap No ZMmsllfarm S7acns Smiles from Man ford housed four good rooms back porch sod I vnnda Uoo1 bun and other lIull 1loCI In goal repair Cut In six fields well roadso acres tn IrlIoulll1can be sold at bargain Close to school and church Price MS per acre Land adjoining sold fur f and Ill Tidal bl1Ialr roolOdelllngilion Price No 41Seven room ilwelllnir good cellar and ilacres lend Never falllcz nrtnl sod outbulllliolfl In fair conditionCheap plaee el familyNo livid In Lincoln county Two story room stone residence 3 tenant houtM barn room for over 2uo head of stock and ill other nectMiry outbuildings ill gonlrelelm Clue to school potodlcer- ailroAd and In good neighborhood acre In cultlvstlon rest In grass and timber etc This u at Ideal country home lisa all conveniences on place kyle etc Well watered wllb 14 never falling springs etr 1rlce reasonable NOIr IM acres nrar Jumbo 200 acre In cultl ration rut in tlubrr Mix dwellings on place Ova nf them new two tobacco barns and stock barn blscksmllb shop stableetc Young orchard ltreuns run through IUce On county road and sin yards from n schooL church and In good nelgbburhood Will sell or exchange at reasonable figures No 4J Two story seven room frame dwelling vennda etc One story storeroom 20x00 two blackiinlth shops tensnt house stable crib and warehouse Every building nw and fencing In fin shspe All the property Is In Hustonvllle Ky and will sell It is a whol or sell eJh lice separately Vellateach stable and cistern at house For the stove named sc relary Nn 4S78 acres land In Freacbersvllte Ky Two dwellliiRs each and each house contains six rooms Line convenient bun Well watered Clues to church school etc and InlelenJldneighthorhood Owner of property Is anxious to tell