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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 1L 1903 8 A M NO 47 1Womans Work to bo Exhibited Tho Stato Fair Prizes amountlogtoto 1760 are ottered and there will bo coma Ono dliplayi Truo to tbo reputation which Ken v tudctaoa bnvo long loco established for gallantry towards their women folks the executive comrolttco of tbo State fair has certainly dealt most ion orouilr with them In awarding the premium lilt In the woman dopllrtI mont Not only Bro tbo premium the larltI f elL offered by any State In the Union I70 having been allotted to thli ono department but eo wldo la their scope r nod 10 broad their purpose to reach L ovary ohm that ono may be well re pal by a careful study of the flat The practicable tenilblo woman of our rural or mountain icotloni from whose sturdy looms come the beautiful woven counterpanes and artUtlo rag carpets whore merit are being more and moro appreolated tbo deft floger- ii art workers of our olllei with their filmy lace and exquisite embroldorlet are all remembered In whatever dl rccUon ones talent may He ihe IIII lied In this an Incentive toI exhibit her best workINot alone In the needle work either for that road which It said to leadI most directly to a mans heart the owl loan highway li quite as generously provided for Breads cake preserves jellies pickle all are there with abundant scope for display of onoi tklil In many direction Another striking feature to which attention should bo called li the sweepstake premium offered ai an In ducemonl to exhibit as many different articles In each clan ai ono may bo able To the ono who receive the largest number of premium In any class special premiums of 110 li award ed making It worth onei while to en ter ta great a variety ai possible Nor aro tho children forgotten for there li a special lilt for them whore they may exhibit their ben dressed doll their raffia work scolloping or any other handicraft In which they may excel To any one who may feel Interested the Secretary of the Association Mr L D Shropshire hoard of Trade Building Loulivlllo Ky will gladly mail catalogues upon application and It li earnestly hoped that tho women of or Stato may fled both pleasure and- proAtin making their department a IUCCCII Tho argument was begun br the attorneys In the Jctt White case Satur day at Cvnthtana Judge B F French spore for tho defense and County At torney Stanley Webster for the Com monwealtb Judge French denounced fiwen tbo State chief witness In bit ter terms and Mr Webster paid his rupert to Judge flargla and Sheriff Callahan In vitriolic style At the opening of court the defense submitted a motion to exclude spectators from the courtroom on tho ground that they would applaud remark against the de fendants and thus prejudice the minds of the Jury The motion was overruled A motion to tetaildo the swearing of the jury and continue the case bc cause of a remark mado by the court met a similar fate Judge Latterly spoke yesterday for tho defense and J was followed by Thonns Marcum for the State Cbarllo Dunaway aged nine year was retiming from school at Eas Berdstadt with a ropo tied around hie neck that bo bad been playing with lie boarded a passing train for a ride towards his homo and when ho jumped from the moving train the ropo bad become fastened to tbo car The speed of tho train was Increasing aa bo fell and ho was dragged some distance bo fore tho train crew saw his peril apt plied tho air brakes and released him fie received Injuries from which he died In a fow hours a Tho project of a tax on fat people le being considered In Sweden Tho advocates of the tax argue that when a man Is above a certain weight ho lain a well fed and consequently prosperous condition and so In a position to contribute easily to the public funds It Is proposed that persons weighing 125 pounds and lose shall bo exempt from the tax but that persons weighing more than 125 pounds shall be subject to a graduated tax which would bo doubled for those weighing more than 180 pounds Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky Bays silo baa prevented attacks of cholera timorbue br taking Chamberlains Stomach Tablets when she toll an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by Indigestion and these Tablets are just what If needed to cleanse the stomach and ward off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be prevented In the same way For sale by Craig d Mocke- rConsiderable damage was done by a cloudburst la Carroll county I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Pony Ueailey bought In Garrard 100 feeder at 4o C T Oobon bought In Casey 15 mules at 175 to 1 100 O W Luna ford had a valuablo horse to dlo Sunday Erabry urns sold last week a pair of mule for IIOO Fred Von Gruenlgan raised 20 bush all of wheat per acre A Bath county farmer sold 160 barrel of corn last week at IB 76 Llbbv Queen 2161 was bought at Lexington by W W Evans for 5000 I A No1 AberdeenAngus fouryear old bull for sale J S Owsley Wal nut Plat Sow and ave shoats for sale Sow will weigh 960 pounds W A Fowle Rowland Will El Shanks has on exhibition at John Bright Jr A Coe store a stalk of oorn 14t fet tall J W Baughmnn sold to a Lebanon party a bull calf for ISO and to R I Burton of Garrard one for Ui60 After winning the blue tie with hit One two year eid mule at toe Danville fair Friday S J Embry Jr sold her for fl5- Sixty thousand sores of coal land In Cumberland ooanly Tina have ebaoged hand for a consideration of 1000000 Two valuable horses Bornaldo and Delmar owned by Joseph Smith of Brooklyn were burned to death at the Empire City trotting track near Yon ken N Y E R Thomas the young millionaire turfman has disposed of part of blarac log Interests to Alexander Shields the owner of Advance Guard The two men will form a partnership Jos A Wilson of Bourbon county tbo past season towed 10 acres of Mich igan wheat seed on bll farm near Par Is the first to bo tried on Kentucky soil The yield was 35 bushels to the acre the largest yield wo have heard of In the State It is of extra quality and no imoot can bo found in ItAd vocateThe work of summer plowing should not be relaxed says a Morrtr county farmer The land broken Ic August Is In mueb better condition for seeding to either wheat or the grasses In Octo ber or November than that broken In September Tho vegetable matter has more time In which to decay and the drying effects of such undecaycd vege tation arc averted Democrat HUSTONVILLE W W Lyon has returned from a prospecting tour of tbo West Be think Kentucky le good enough for him Dr Carl Wheeler of Lexington was over a day with hi parents The receipts of tbo Moreland post oftlco since the establishment of tbo rural free delivery route have Increas ed 25 per cent Tho routo has 40 box es and 10 more will bo added soon W G Cowan sold a pair of mules to Lon Oudson for 375 George D Rob Inson sold Bowen Fox a pair of mules for 230 Cowan d McCormack sold C B VanArsdalo 240 owe at 350 Frank North told to Fox t Logan a pair of mules for 82Si 50 Carlisle Alcorn left yesterday for a two week visit to relatives In Green burg Mlsse Virginia Lyman of Lou isville Mason Talbott of Porte and Ora Enoch of Somerset were among the guests that Miss Anglo Carpenter andtcream wore served The Kentucky Trough patented b T L Carpenter Is meeting with sales beyond the fondest dreams of the pat entee The factory Is turning out about 20 per day Be will exhibit It at the Lexington fair this week where ho hopes to meet every breeder of horses and mules In Kentucky FAIR DATES e The following is tho list of fair dates fixed for this year Rrodhead Aug 10 3 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Greek August 18 4 days Lawrcnceburg August 184 dayt Columbia Aug 184 days Liberty Aug 20 three days Shepherdsvillo August 25 4 days London Aug 26 thee days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept 1 5 days Elizabcthtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Scptember The diagrams for tho C S O excur lion 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 an early date When you want a physic that Is mil and gentle easy to take and cortian to act always use Chamberlains Ptomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig Hocker Remit us for your subscription NEWS NOTES j Two teen were killed and 12 Injured by a powder explosion near Monongah W Va I Tho strike of St Loul teamsters has been declared otT and the men are returning to work The body of Mrs Lizzie Johns was found In a cistern In the rear of her homo In Cincinnati Philadelphia molders and corework ers have finally won their long figbtfor a shorter working day Two more of tho convicts who es caped from the penitentiary at Folsom Cal have boon recaptured Postmaster F A Vise of Fair Deal log Mo Is under arrest charged with being short In his accounts Fire at Point Pleasent W Va de stroyed several houses In the business section valued at 1000000 A man was arrested In Connecticut for assaulting another man whom ho bad gone 2500 miles to whip The trollavmene strike at Waterbu ry Cone which has been In progress for 90 weeks has been settled Robert A lull who married Miss Bessie Dlsmukea live days ago com mitted suicide at Nashville Tenn Wm B Dodge a millionaire merchant Bad philanthropist of New York Is deadTwo Missouri Kansa and Texas passenger trains collided at Trinity river Texas Three trainmen were InjuredIn fight between ofilcera and a party of outlaws In tbo Osago Nation one outlaw was killed and an officer was woundedPlans have been submitted to the contractors for the construction of an Immense festival hall at the St Louis Worlds Fair An Indiana woman left a request that her body bo cremated and that the ashes be sprinkled over her favorite rosebush After live vain attempts at suicide Mr James Smith at Staunton Va finally succeeded by strangling herself with a handkerchief Sixteen persons were Injured In a collision between Interurban car between Mt Washington nod Bethel 0 four of them seriously Too citizens of Scott county have manifested little Interest In the trial of Caleb Powers and the crowds In at tendano have been small Tony Luciano the bead of an Italian faction prominent In feud troubles I New Orleans was shot to death by an enemy Sam Aaparo la under arrest The American Federation of Labor will have a display at the St Louis Exposition At the Paris Exposition tbo Federation was awarded the first prize Now York theatrical managers find leg It Impossible to got all tho cboru girls they want In tbo metropolis will endeavor to supply the need from l land cities Mrs Mary Flatken was killed at the L N railroad station In Louisville She attempted to alight froa a moving train and was crushed between the car and platform Mrs Leland Stanford has given to the unlvsrslty of which she is the patroness the famous Brugsch Bey collection of Egyptian antiquities It contains a vast number of objects largo and small dating from 0000 to 3000130A train bearing Henry P Lowe chief engineer of the United States Steel Corporation made a trans LayAngeles a distance of over 3200 tulle In 70 hours and 21 minutes lowering all former records by five hours and five minutes The Commonwealth surprised tbo defense In tbo Caleb Powers case a Georgetown Saturday by Introducing Frank Cecil who has not heretofore testified against Powers Cecil told practically the same story he told a tho Youtsey trial but his evidence very strongly Implicates Powers He anyB Powers told him ho was looking for- man a to kill Goobol and practically of fered him tbo job of assassin When Cecil did not proffer his scrvlcesPow ers took him to W S Taylor who re newed the proposition and offered bt 2600 and a pardon If ho would assassi nate Gocbol Cecil told his story In calm manner nod several times looks- the defendant tquarely In the face while testifying 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 bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a complaintsIcyclone a 100 to one This remed is everywhere recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicine In Ute for these disease For sate by Craig a Hock Sr LANCASTER IAn extra force le at work on the big Miss Olivia Sweeney Is teaching tbo school at Stovell Miss Kate Mooro has opened a school at Rice Academy- A steam laundry Is one of the now enterprises for Lancaster- A new turnpike Is being built from Point Learell to Hammack- J A Jones and family leave shortly to reside In the growing West D F Robinson bought a bunch of sheep of A D Hughes at 2 50 A camp meeting conducted by a wo man It soon to begin at Buokovo Brown fc McCarley shipped two car loads of oattlo Saturday to Cincinnati The W C T U has rented the Sweeney block for library and reading rooms A C and J Y Robinson sold 77 head of cattle to Nelson Morris of Chi sago at 8100 Mrs L L Walker suffered a sunstroke Friday while attending the bur tat of Wm Ward A 100 aero tract of tbo Simpson farm on Gilberts Creek was sold Saturday to Craig Gooob BtISO per acre Mrs Susan Anderson hold a recep tlon Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 In celebration of her 82d birthday Miss Sallle Lou Myers la In Louts yule where she was successfully operated on Saturday for appendicitis- A reception will be bold this evening at the Presbyterian church Including all congregations Hours from 8 to 11 p mA meeting was held Monday evening at the Presbyterian church In the In terest of the new library and reading rooms Rev J E Woolford Is holding a protracted meeting at Silver Creek and has Immersed two candidates 82 years old Misses Mary Noel of Danville anti Battle Doty of this city aro members of a house party at tbo home of Mrs James Woods The citizens of Lancaster are re quested to meet at the city court room this evening in the interest of the fund to be raised In Garrard for a display at the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs W B Mason have an nounced thocngagement of their daugh ter Miss Katherlno Logan to Mr Roy Asa Haynes of Miami Ohio The marriage will take place in the early falln Tho democratic committee met Saturday and appointed Sept 26th as the time of tbo primary election to noml onto a candidate for Representative The names before the committee were C J Walker 30 Bogle and C D CochraneA went to Kentucky river Sat urday to partake of a plenteous fish fry They wero Mr and Mrs WS- I Embry Mr and Mrs T L Yantts Mrs Ed Price N B Price Joe Price Mrs W R Romans Miss Irene Ro mans Mlasea Luclo and TommIe Francis and the Misses Gill Miss Margaret Tomlinson Is visiting Miss Christine Bradley In Louisville Miss Mary GUI leaves today to attend the marriage of Miss Mabel Drew at Portsmouth Ohio Miss Grace Kin Weird la visiting In Mlddlesboro Mr and Mrs E W Lillard of Danville gave a dance In honor of MIll The o Hdmpblll of this city Miss Stella Huston has returned from a visit to Illinois bile Ofllo Fennell of Katisaa City has been visiting Mrs William s Lear Mrs Wm Burnette is visiting in Illinois Mr and Mrs Gco Bruce of Danville visited Judge and Mrs Brown Saturday Misses Bendrcn of Cincinnati hayo been guests of Mrs J B Collier Mra L L Walker hast been qulto ill DiarrhoeaeComing as it does in the busiest season when a man least can afford to lose time a sure and quick cute for diarrhoea is very dcslrabo Anyone who Loa given it a trial will tell you that the quickest surest and most pleasant remedy in use for this disease is Cham ber Iains Colic Chocra and Diarrhea Remedy There is no loss of time when 11It is used as one or two doses of it will cure any ordinary attack It never fails dangerdI Isbam Strong a Negro surrendered by a mob in Texas on a promise of Immediate trial on a charge of assault pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 99 years In prison During a quarrel over the moving of a town site George S Bailey shot and killed W Drown at Oklahoma City Okla Both wero prominent and weal thy IA New York woman attempted to theytoll Into a cistern and escaped unhurt pOltmaeter THIN SUITS sm AT THIN PRICES All our two picec Summer Suits can now be bought at cost This is your chance to get something cheap to wear to tho fairs and look woll at n vory small cost IT PAYS TO TRADE AT GLOBEMerchant Your money back If youre not satisfied T o jniLLEa Danville KD Refrigerators Ice Boxes Freezers and Oil Stoves Full Line of Hot Weather Specialties at J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky j1 PURE VINEGARS impression harmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is n mistaken idea however II J Heinz Co are perfectly Theirrinegars 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 Comejfo HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to painteingGood paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints these days go far ther and last longer than ever beforo Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you will 0 learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five ears to fully appreciate its QeA LIT Y Pennys Drug Store StanfordI CHRISTIAN COLLEGE orre ese eaaseaaaa Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY The president is a graduate of Kentucky University and he spent several years in the College of Germany where he secured tho Ph D degree He will be assisted by a lull corps of experienced teachers S ianJI 4 SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 4 CAMPBELLHAGERMAN COLLEGE For Girls and Young Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Full and thorough Instruction by an able and experienced Faculty in all departments Including Music Art Elocu tlon and the Languages and Modern New and modern buildings handsomely furnished Gymnasium Swlmmleg Pool dec Most beautiful and lion For catalogue address B C HAGERMAN President Lexington Ky u YJi mwFR CfiY Lss27MNe e o Sr I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a aadate ter Shale of Lincoln county subjxt to the acMtn of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD- Is a eanaUMc tar Sheila of Lttcom county SIll1Ct to thetctlM rf the sratlc party T JEFF HILL SR Is a canlite for Sherllt of Unotn peaty stitycl tvtht actton of the ttanouatk ratty JESSE C LYNN Is aund tats fr thtrlB c Lincoln county subject t the actftn of the Jeoecratfc party JAMES C HAYS U a candUateltr Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WI HERRIN- Is a canJMate for Jailer subject to the action of tile democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a canJUate for SherM of Lincoln coonty tablet to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER I It a candidate for Representative of Ltacetn comity subject to the action of the tion party Democratic Ticket For Governor J C IF XECK1IA31 For Lieutenant Governor IF P THORKE For Auditor of Slat- eS iIIIAGER- For Treasurer II M BOSWORTU For Attorney General N B ltdIS For Secretary of State ff V McClIESNEY For Superintendent of Public Inttruction J 11 FUQUA For Committioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN CHINK For Railroad CommUitoner- UVra C C MCHORD- For Circuit Judge W COMP BELL- ForCommonwealtha Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON I AFTER an honorable career of 42 years Lieu General Nelson A rUle was placed on the retired list Saturday His military service began aa captain September 9 1861 acd he eaw more fighting during the civil war than most other officers Hie first battle was Fair Oaks June 1 1862 where he won the commendation of his commanding oQl cer Hard work was his portion at the battle of Fredericksburg wherehe was colonel of a New York regiment and at Antletam he won the star of a brig c adler being recommended for the honor and responsibility by every acer under whom he had served After the civil war Miles distinguished himself as an Indian fighter One after another Sitting Bull Chief Joseph and Geromlno were subdued sad all danger of Indian ware forever removed Gen Mites later career especially since he was raised to the grade of lieutenant general has not been very happy Befell out with the president and secreta ry of war and waged a feud with some wlvel chair heroes In Washington and his personal dignity was somewhat Impaired though he Is more loved than ever for some of the enemies bo hit made The worst thine that can ever be said about Gen Miles and that IB bad enough God knows Is that he put President Jefferson Davis a weakly sickly man In Irons while he was con fined In prison at Fortress Monroe The Southern people at least can never forgive i him t TUB Womans Rescue League of Washington Is after President Rooie velt with a forked stick He gave per mission for the use of the White House lot for an outing for poor children of t the district and philanthropic citizens donated all the refreshments necessa I ry At the last moment a Negro wrote to the President complaining that the outing was for white children exclusively As a balm for the colored brother the Executive forthwith Issued an order withdrawing his permission for the use of the grounds The women of the Rescue League say the white children shall have the outing If they have to enjoy It In the streets of the city THE affidavit filed In the Powers case tsserta that 90 per cent of those quali fied for jurors In Bourbon are demo crats Thats about the proportion all over Kentucky taking out Negroes and those that would be otherwise com potent as jurors but are In the service of the Unlwd States government an storekeepers gaugars rural route mall carriers postolHee and other employ ments Will A KPqrklns 0- W Le lr and L D Dariharn ale all candidates for the republican noralna Uon for circuit judge In the Somerset district ACCORDING to the report of the In terstate commerce commission there were 300 persons killed and 2834 wounded to railroad wrecks during the three months ending March 31 and yet It Is almost as safe to ride on a rail road as to stay at home Death lurks In the air no matter whore we arc A NEGno hanged at Birmingham for highway robbery was asked on the saaffold whether he had ever killed any one Ill ten ole Marsa bout dat was his answer He was good at keep tog things to himself It for nothing else POLITICAL John G Nowlee was nominated for olrcult court clerk by the republicans of BellSenator Tlllman la reported to bo lost somewhere between Kansas City and Chicago Jobn Gilbert Shanklln for years prominent In Democratic politics Id Bans Is dead at Evansvlllo Garrard county democrats fixed Sept 28 as the date for holding a primary to nominate a candidate for representa lye Mayor Tom LJohnson of Cleveland has consented to go before the Ohio democratic convention as a candidate for governor It la admitted that a second primary will have to be held between Vardc man and Crltz to select the democratic nominee for governor ot Mississippi J W Gilbert of Galloway county was nominated for State Senator by democrats of the Third district at the convention held at Cerulean Springs The democratic primary in Minis sippi resulted In the nomination of tho Hon H DeS Money for United States Senator and the Hon James Varda man for governor- Prominent republicans of Texas have started an antiRoosevelt movement expressive of their disapproval of the residents policy on the race question The movement promises to take root throughout the State Baron Speck von Sternburg was formally presented to President Roosevelt at Oyster Bay as the Im perial German Ambassador It was the first time an Ambassador has ever been presented to Chief Magistrate of the United States outside of Washing tonThomas F Murphy a welltodo far mer of Casey county has announced as a candidate for representative from Casey and Russell counties Ed Pelley of Dunnvllle chairman of the republi can county committee Is alao a candi date The democrats will name a can didate later MATRIMONIAL J G Reid and Miss Mallnda A Nor rla were married at Highland last nightA couple eloped from Bellevue and were married In Covlngton Neither the bride nor the groom was over 17 years old Mr and Mrs Wm B Mason have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Katherine Logan to Mr Roy Asa Heroes of Hlllaboro O The exact date has not been decided upon but the marriage will take place ta the early fall Mr Haynes la now professor In Miami Military Institute Germantown O He Is a young man of brilliant proipects having already received handsome promotions The bride Is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Mason and Is a young lady of rare beauty and accomplishment She Is a prominent member of Lancaster society and one of our most popular belles Lancaster Record It will impress Americans that there must be some mistake about the report that the supreme court of Austria has decided that marriages between Christians and persona of no particular creed are Invalid An application of this doctrine to American marriages makes the Austrian decree nothing less than startling Think If you can of the result of such a decree In thlsI country where scores and hundreds of church societies are made up almost wholly of women with godless but bands If Austria Is not doomed to race suicide the men In that country are more religious by far than the men are la this land of gospel light and prvllegea HERE AND THERE At Buffalo Kent Stowe a promi Dent young man killed his wife and shot himself with probable fatal re sults Miss EQlc Rutherford of Mayfield member of a good family died from the effects of morphine taken with eulcldal Intent Four persons were killed six fatally Injured and 125 hurt ln an accident at at the Philadelphia National League Baseball Park Robert Smallman a wealthy mill ownsr of MoCraoken county died from knife wounds indicted by Henry Tom pie an employe- A combine of department stores in the country lie said to be planned by a company Incorporated In New Jersey- lOQ0ooowith capital Cbal Gould ton of the millionaire blslwlteL 1 a IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I The Red Mens Lodge of Harrods burg will give a big powwow and car nival the last week In September The examining trial of Jesse AHord for the killing of thin negro Tom Cole man near Bryantsvllle resulted In an acquittalMrs Rue of Harrodsburg has completed her painting of ExGov Bradley which will hang In tho Capi tol at Frankfort Only three now wells were drilled In during the past week In Knox county Gas has been struck In Leslie county at a depth of 1100 feet Articles of Incorporation have been filed for the Ferndalo Coal Company Campboll Bros of Mlddleaboro Incor porators Capital stock 840000 James Easton a farmer of Mercer runty wai frightfully mangled by on engine Ho was operating the ma chino on Sam Foreythee farm when hlf arm was caught between two largo cog wheels Judge James M Benton had anal row escape from drowning while en leaving to save Miss Sarah Jouett of Richmond from drowning It was a cimplng party and Judge Benton was tjachlng Miss Jouett to awlm Mlddlesboro Is to have a new blink and J R Gillian of Lynohburg Vai will be president C W Metcalfe of Plnevillo vicepresident and A I Miller of Radford Va cashier It and will bewill be a strong concern opened for business In September- Dr E H Murray who has boon tak- Ing a post graduate course In Opthal mology has just received his degree and returned to Danville Dr Murray has for a long time been making Op thalmology a specialty having graduated In Chicago In this business five years ago- Lancaster probably has tho young est merchant In the state We refer to Master Joseph Ballou of the groc cry firm of H M Ballou e Son The young man In about three years of age In tho firm andyet his name appears ho la a full tledged partner He Is an exceedingly handsome little fellow and being the pet of the household Mr Ballou decided to start him in business early In life It la quite a novelty and Mr Ballou Is frequently asked who the son IsCentral RecordM Crow of Dabney the possessor maditone tells an In of a popular terestlng story of its origin He says It Is about the size of a walnut with the hull on and Is made up of the accumulation of hairs of the deer from whose stomach It was taken by a Texas butcher some years ago Provlons to use the stone Is saturated with milk and when applied to a poisoned wound It adheres until the virus la all extracted Recently six children pupils In the school at Rush Branch near Somerset were bitten by a rabid dog aa H dashed through the school house Tho pa tients were taken at once to Mr Crows and the madstone applied to each of the wounds It adhered for two hours hour to another In to one and over an other cases there was no adheres and consequently no virus In the wounds ThA substance whatever It IB Is Incased in a shell as hard as flint and when performing duty as an ex tractor of poison acts like a breathing thing of life The most skeptical are among those who go to the madstone when bitten by a rabid dog and there li that much to Its credit at least Somerset Journal CHURCH MATTERS It la persisted In Rome that Cardinal Vlncenzo Vannutelll will be appointed Papal Secretary in succcssson to Cardinal Rampolla Elder J 0 Livingston and A J Daugherty are holding an Interesting meeting at Sopors which has so tar re suIted In several additions Two ministers of different churches became Involved In a fist flight at a camp meeting In Indiana and friends were forced to separate them A protracted meeting of 10 days conducted by President Hurtle A Jenkins of Kentucky University has just closed with 37 additions Lexington Democtat The State Sunday School Conven tion which meets a Lexington Aug 1820 should not be forgotten by the Sunday school workers of this county will be theThe prospects are that this largest convention over hold Fully 1000 delegates are expected Wlllard S Allen treasurer of the Preachers Aid Society of the New England Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church In a letter from Montreal to his pastor In East Boston Mass confessed that he was a default er to the amount of more than 280000 of tho societys funds onoJohnNear Spring City T Bell after being beaten almost insensible by John Monday raised on his elbow and killed Mocdayr A BOURNE Lancaster Ky Otters his sorvicoe as w uotoi oox to the ot Lincoln County lie will plea6ojou both in work price + I et him ZISZStSUMMER BAI CT24 AT THE il GRAND LEADERi t All the new style APe Shirt Wnlsts wo have in stock go in this Surnnw Salo at 35c 300 Corses WQHfc boa 8De avid We snub go in fliteSmsmer SsJt a- tS9c Odds and Duds of wnfitgooeta Dimi ties and Orfimdtes wan 1t 16 and lie to ewe them qnlcfcly fie yd 300 Ladles Straw Sailors White and Black were Soc CHOICE J4c THE GRAND LhPDERICO S LEVYManapor Notice To Hedge Fence Growers Land owners maintaining hedge fences alongpubllc highways are that 11 ti unlawful to obstruct either the dltebet or rightofways by leaving the brush on the road and wiry ono to offending wltl be prosecuted If same U not removed In a reaeon able time JAB P BAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court A 8 PRICEa- nrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflMOTM UeEoUrtV Drn Son In the Owil j UnUdt- aaTHOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I Illaclc Berkshire hogs Southdown sheep High Orade bucks oneyearold- J STEELE CARPENTER HuitonTlllo Ry UMBRELLAS p Kecorercd and repaired and made almost u good ai new for a amount I GaD fix your umbrella better than tbo tramp repairers and for lee money Give me a KiuftK ATKIHJ Stanford Rrr JONES DENTIST Stanford KyIDR P WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Flats d W Wallace S Sot Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Shoots West Main Struct Stanford KontucklNOTICE The FrltU Hotel at Drodhend Ky It for- rent los nloa given Aug 11 1D03 This Hotel Is iltuated near Depot at Hrodliead and U well located for trnvullng wan Ad dress J O FI11TII Uroduead Ky Farm For Sale I Illchard Simpson homestead farm near Ollberts Creek Depot has 100 acres and II with dwelling barn etc and has good orchard Also IS acres of land adjoin lag Uoltiolavr and T aerie adjoining John and Alex Traylor and Wm tractssoirees HEIRS Lancaster Ky tie in RS1PSFY I The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call JI All our 76c 8100 and 8125 Shirt X Va86 go In this Summer Salt at 69c SOOCoree worth 7Jo 91 M and 8S36 go in this Stttmmr Sate s- I 59c L + Ma qwd tty DreM Otagtram sold at Ifa yd m delta SOWMT Sale your ehotee Gc yd Jt All our SUI 9740 and 62 Wafste- go in toWs Summer Sale at Xd f- QBQ iftactttona Coracle Hindu for stout mt9 8U6Q avid 8400 6ttamn9r- Sale price 89c iy L t M pairs Le4Hs Pitt Oifeffe Jpt r t jjI Calf and KM wag uliBioko 1 a l Mens and Medium Weight to reduce our large stock we offer you choice 85o M B LEVY Prors B Separate Withers Furniture Co ft Dealers in Fine Furniture Carpets tugs Wall Paper NY inflow Shades c Manufacturers of Picture t Frames RANGE SALEoffer eight of the BEST RANGES till 1st at k reduced pricesJTho 17 kind will go nt 1425 The 25 kind will go at 2125 i The 80 kind will go nti247 I The 835 kind will go nttt80OOT-ho 840 kind will go nit3475r a The 50 kind will go IItfI60Yo-uhave never had such nn opportunity presented to you before BO now is your chance All stoves will he set up in your kitchen and guaranteed e GEO H FARRIS ft CO Stanford Ky h- arSWe H MUELLER JEWELER Cay Stanford r Kentucky t lcowE 98c Beam 175 125o I5oo Suits We will I You Are Invited IiTo Inspect tho excellent things illnycu hero and I know you will feel a Inclined to buy when you see that my groceries have unusual merit But wo obllgl11Ions quality of the goods wo sell will make JudgmentMy plcnl08Prlccs andhow TJ J W PERRIN the 11o Stain it Stontord Jvfn i YOUNG MAN I 1 Drop in end examine our line of 3OO and 350 LowCut Shoes st J I Iw 4RKINS Crab Orchard Ky J t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL h Bx NFOItn KY Arts 11 1003 In Ailing your prescriptions we ueo proport1onenot do batter It yon paid us double tbo PenfrPERSONALSIt J W ROCT was In Paint Llok yes tirdayMK J a HAYS spent some time at Crab Orchard Mn A a MARTIN of Paris hire s with relatives Plnoviltsiitas boroabliss SALtlB SIIKLTOV It itanOjjra phcr for Dr R A Joan MR O 11 DRAWN ft of the Jumbo ieaUpn li dangerously lit t 0 P WARN of SomirHt Ii with his brother Jlldu J M Wars I Dft W D OBASMON wtnt to Drod thead Irlday to Me a patient t NKLI AND JcSwmvu WAR ftfet are vtMtlBR In Lancaster OI1AMIR6 UUSBKLL lift Saturday for flndtanapolU to senre a position cMn A P SLOAN of tho Uubblo sec f llbn spent several days In Wayne MBSDAMBSJC HAYS nod M 3 i BaughiDao arc at Lake Chautauqua v T P HILL SPALDINO of Loulivlllo his been with hit grandfather hero MRS U0 FARRiS li visiting her mother Mrs Illohardton at Somer attMn AND MRS F S GOOOH of Way neiburjr paid thlioQlco a plenaot call FrldyI NANCY IUOIAXU MCCMJRB of Winchester li with Miss Anne Shank MR AND MRS W n SUANICS arc Tliltlng Mr and Mrs T H Baldwin In Madison MRS M n COLLINS and niece Mle Collloi of Hartford are guest of Mrs + 8 M Owenst MRS II D ORDQORY and children went up to Mlddleiuoro Friday to vial t 1Mrs R C Ford MRS L M WBSTHRKIKLD and cbll- t dren wont to CampbellllIIe yesterday to spend tome tlmo MRS J O DAILY Mitt Mary Bal ti let and Mr O T Lackey went up t Mlddletboro yesterday MRS K D KENNEDY who It visit lag In the West tied was taken a few days ago and It very lownMR JOHN K BAUUIIMAN and brides of the Wet Rod spent Sunday at the homo of Mr M S Bauehman MR W G McKINNEY It up from Montgomery Ala with friends and relative who are glad to tee him MR L D OIVKNS hat returned from f Red Boiling Springs much Improved to health Harrodibure Democrat MRS M J UOSSKLL of Stanford It visiting her ton Mr O A Peyton on Edgewood Road Mlddletboro Newt Miss JENNIE HCQUES and Mr Burt a Illbblcr of Bloomington III are tbo guests of Mrs Mary Wray and family DR W S BEAZLEY wife and ton and Mrs Mildred Bcazloy of Lancas LeI spent Sunday with relatives her t Miss HALUE ROYSTON of I vlllo patted through Friday to vii her father Mr Wm Royttcn In Oar rardMRS J C lloRTOH and daughter Mill Calllo Hocton went to Lexington yesterday to visit friends and rela 1LtinsDR W S ELKIN and wife of Atlan ta and Mr Samuel Duncan of La cater e spent Sunday at Ron R C Ware r J nii MISSES NELLIE IlALLAM and Ceo N Delph who have been Tltltlng Mies t iwLlrsle Davlton returned to Louisville yesterday DR W W BURQIN and Mr LevI S Elder of Rlchmoad spent Sunday with their wives who aro visiting their par t cote at Crab Orchard HAL F MOORE of Chicago Is visit log hit mother Mrs Laura Moore at Orchard Do It connected with 4the Chicago Jockey Club DoNIIARV Y HELM of Stanford a was over yesterday and on being l terviewed by an Advocate man said II believe I wilt be nominatedAds cato G C MONTGOMERY of Liberty was hero Friday to meet Eugene and Water 1tMulllni of Mt Vernon who will BSttst the Liberty band at the Colu fairtMisses Owsloy charmingly en- tcrtalncd Saturday at their beautiful j country homo In honor of their nepn or John Owsloy Manlcr and bis I friend Ed Ransom t HON JEsse ALVBRSON who will- the next Representative from Liuc 4 1county wat hero mingling with ti polltiolans and inciduntly taking In tho fair Danvlllo News i MRS W I HBDDINS of Kansas Ol with her daughters Mlssoa Nell a yIdargaret Carpenter who have be- a vUlMng In tho Wott End took t J train hero for Hlddlaaboro Sunday BrAT Commander M F ltik Knlghla of tho Maccabees return from Cincinnati yesterday Ho had been attending eomo Maccabeo work la- tbo Queen City Ho Is now slightly lato disposed bolntr a victim of hay fey o r Lexington Democrat upom LlbortyattelldedFallsleMR trepeotMRS T C WILLIS and little Nancy OrohardSprlnrMM HBNRY HOLDHRMAN has re atSprlog1leld theb1111dgevllletyphoid MR tenorCNewlYorkSquire John Bailey of Woihlogton attended court hero yesterday McIIand heard Hey O M Buoy splendid sermon oGuthrieattired9nndsySaDden LOCALS LEXINGTON FAIR this week The collltlon names oft tomorrow PBNALTY on graded school tax goes on Aug 20 Bettor peg now W H Wearen 2t JUST received an elegant lino of Chamber Sett from 12 BO to 1250 Farrlt k Co IF you need a coed hand wa goo or buggy tee ut at once IIlggl b MoKlaneyItDINK FARMER aikt ut to say that bo It ttlll a candidate for Jailer and will bo until tbo last hour My stock of trusses never more complete than at the present time W successora to IT wont cot much gotothe Brod head lair this year Aug 10 20 and 21 The L N will glvo a half faro rate and the admission It only 25 cent to adults and IS coots for children THE Danville wastucccti In estimatedusplendid lot of stock was exhibited MR ALEX MARTIN won In tho old fiddler content at Mt Xenla Saturday ight and Mr William Cooley got tbo prlsa The crowd was tmall and the promoter did not got rich TUE remains of Joseph Gaines who died In the Philippines Dec 13 1001 arrived In San Francisco lest xcokao were burled there Ho was the ton of tho late B W Gaines of Lancaster THOSE Indebted to Craig Hooker will please lettle at once a dissolution of partnenhlp makes It necessary dote our books W N Craig Pba macltt tuccetior to Craig flocker AT a meeting thec fiscal court ye terday Mr Thomas D Nowland wat made road superintendent He will turnpikess of It ItIdl 58 per month- JUDGE M C SACFLEY It the right kind of a democoat Ho spent alma et the entire day yesterday Introducing hit successful competitor Hon W C Bell to the Lincoln county democrat besides making a splendid speech traducing him to the audience to which he spoke In the afternoon SHOT A PmSONlmWhllo Rey Robert Leo was being taken from the jail to tho court haunt at Liberty Sat urday to bo tried for tho murder of El Us Wood and tbo shooting of hit son Derry Wood at Ltnney tbrco weeks ago Berry Wood shot Leo growing hit back There was considerable excite meat Leo It the man who after bo had committed the above Crimea said a long grace In loll before eating hit supper IIucyss sermon to young men at tbo Baptist church Sunday morning was a splendid effort and one calculated to do much good Elder Joseph Dallou who heard said to ut Iwlab ovary young man In Lincoln county could have heard andmI know It helped all who heard It Bro Buoy It a good preacher a practical strong man and Is proving a help to tho community Tho church was crowded many persona occupying chalra In the aisles bDD1SSroESg1YlaC premiums for gar sliceop p ea day hangs up liberal purses for races mltqn oe sadGc a j n raoe a e farall trot orpace On the afternoon edof the first day n game ot baeo ball will played between the Stanford and Hustonvlllo teams tbo winning team got 825 and tho losing 115 Write to F Montgomery Secretary tarp cat alogue BRODHEAD fair next week Aug 10 20 and GOOD eeeond hand horse wagon for tale Call at this office TUB L Jr N will give a 13 30 round ip rate to Louisville Aug 16 on ac count of the automobile races AL SUTTMRFIHLD and George Rlne heart were given Ova years Dash fo robbing eeveralstores in Liberty lee winter ALL prescription work Intrusted to atLentfoaIwhite teachers examination ITilE hold Aug 21 and 22 and t4 Aug 28 and 20 Supt Singleton tolls us JB66B TRAYLORS DIx River Mills have been put In splendid shape and he Is now ready to servo the public In custom grinding otc Give him a trial MR H D GKBOORY of Covlngton was nominated for Representative by the republicans Saturday lie It a eons inlaw of Judge James P Ballot of this pines SIR 0 D MOCOLLUM of Junction City who was hero yesterday asked ut to thank for him the good people who worked 10 hard and saved his hotel from the recent 9ro- STBIunNSONMr II Logan Stoph canon formerly of this county died In a Boipltal at Wichita Kaqtas from tho effects of a rail from bit bicycle He bad many relatives l In this sectionbe eLOaeNtilt Mason Logan an aged and respected citizen of Crab Orchard died Sunday afternoon after a long ill nell and was burled In Garrard yester day He was the loftier of Hugh Lo gan the Crab Orchard merchant acd wat a good moo QUICK WORK This oBlce got o 1000 34page catalogues for the Liber ty talc between 11 oclock Friday morn log and 330 Saturday afternoon Only two men worked on It anti one of them gave only a portion of his time What rprint chop can beat that THE American Telegraph d Tale phono Co It running lie line Into Stan ford and soon we will be able to talk to nap part of the U S The instruments used are the finest long distance kind while the poles are regular iky scrap ers The office will be In the Stanford Telephone Exchange FONTAINE Fox BOUIUTT Is a well known political character of Lincoln county No political problem It too venturedto quently teen In the papers of the other end of the district on questions of great moment Sbelbyvllle Sentinel GREEN Mrs Mary R Green Hurmor log after an lllnets of several week IIuetoavlle lC cemetery yesterday afternonn after services at her late residence by the Rev W W Bruce Sbo had been member of the Presbyterian there since chldhood and was a most excel lent woman Mrs Green was a Miss Blain and was related to Messrs J C flays and J E Portman of this plat To PROPERTY OWNERS I cheer fully recommend to the Insuring pu Jesoee D of Stanford Ky On the morning of July 20 1003 1 had a lost by fire and today Aug 4 1003 1 have a check for lull amount of lost without any deductions whatever It you bavo property to Insure sea J0180 D Wca en Stanford Ky Only tbo largo and best companies represented and taros areas low as can be obtained anywhere Gco E Alford Huston vllle Ky 2h JUDGE M C SACFLEYS epeech in troducing Hon W C Doll yettorday afternoon was lara happy voln and an ae oratorical effort the like of whl bat not been heard In our curt hour for year Hit references to Mr Be II were In excellent taste and were loud applauded Mr Dell followed in a oho talk stating that he was not hero speak but to meet the democrat of Lincoln county and that ho waif speak at various points In tho county later He will spend tho week meet lag our people- CommDawealtha Attorney J SOws Icy Jr then In a tow well chosen words introdurcd Mr Charles A IIa r din who spoke a short while Mr Ow lay pledged his succctful opponent hid undivided support and Mr la turn promised to do all In power to carry the banner to victor The speakers were all well received and demoarata generally wore In high feather Democracy la In flno shape In Lincoln county and a big majority may be counted on in November Calls were made for Meeara J Alvereon and M F North to eddr the enthusiastic crowd but the former was not present Mr North was on head however and made a ringing speech for democracys cause urgl e tho election of Mr Alverson tho ju vial and State ticket To FARMERS Stock your coalhouso before the roads get bad JH Baugh men GRonoi D WBATHBRFORD bought the lumber used In the Huitonvlllo lair amphitheatre eLeat 87o It cost tl 30 HIGQINS McKiNNBY have added theirton them for anything you want THE largest tree in the county was cut down Saturday It was owned by Col hut Dudderar and was close to W H Traylors distillery It measured 27 feet In circumference Audfashion The profess or who lifts as often as any gentleman without corns Is of tho opinion that tho eighth month of the year will be a ribroaster and a lightningcatcher THERE were 60 cattle at I M Drucos pens yesterday and moat of them sold Prices ranged from 21 to 3tc Milk cows brought 825 to 836 There were several hundred sheep which told at 12 60 to 350 Lutes d Co told 150 sheep at iii to t3 25 and bought a lot of 75 pound hogs at 4 to 4ic The JettWhue caao will o to the jury at Cyntblana today Eaton Stone an old circus performer died at Nutley N J Estrayed or Stolen 0117lelAny Information loading thereto will paid for W CARTER TarnernTllle Small Place For Rent Ilouse with live room garden and 10 acre of blue graes land for rent Will alto IharelItreasurers Sale For Taxes I On Monday AUR 31 103 between the hours of IRA and i r at the court Louse door In Stanford Ky 1 will dispose to the highest bidder for cash In head to pay tho school tax of District No 31 of Lin propertyThltour weeks and the name s will disappear unoon as the tax and cost to paid Oald well II U 50 acres B- kn James ISO acres 158 Hughes J H IMacrea Smith Vurnon 60 lucres 131 Singleton R 8 60 acres 60 Sires Sam 100 acres 164 Wind W n 40 sores 54 M O MUUPI1Y Diet Treas ELECTION NOTICE I Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April 1093 lion James P Dollop presiding with the following justices of the IKUCO towlt J A Dudderur 0 A Smith F H Compton and W D Wallln- Wheeas at tho February term 1003 of the Lincoln Circuit Court the grand Jury Impaneled for said court condemned and declared the present court house building Insullcleut for the for which It was dtdsary to remedy the defects and avoid the salna grand Jury hat bean presented to this court for wAddetntlon and the same having been considered now therefore the whole court sitting it Is considered by the court that the public convenience and safety and the preservation of the public records require faedegunberected on the present court house lot and It Is so ordered An appropriation of 1 40000 for this pur pose subject to the ape counteand as required b law For the purpose of providing fund thus appropriated for the thbcounty of Lincoln be prepared as the law payabletoBank of Stanford Kentucky that said bonds be divided Into four series of 110000 each designated wriest A B 0 and D respectively Series A to mature In five years and payable at the option of tho court after three years Series lr to ma olulaetn mature in 10 years payable at the option of the court after eight years Series D to mature In years payable at the option cf the court after 12 years All of bonds shall bear Interest from tho date of said bonds at the rate of 3 per cent per annum payable semiannually at the Lincoln Coun ty National Bank of Stanford Kentucky said bonds shall havo lateral coupons at tached to each load which coupon shall be signed by the county clerk only and he list of all said bond showing Chthnnumbon dates amount time due to whom delivered which shall be carefully preserved In his antes and none of said parIppresiding judge of county court and thefathat before tho bonds above mentioned saneldcounty and an election shall be held and n poll shall be opened at cacti of the several precincts In Lincoln county at the regular election tot held In November 1003 which said election dont not occur within 00 days from the date of this order at which wild regular election November 1901 tho prlatton suggested by this court ns directed legalerejection and Dh S Banghman hula of Lincoln county Is hereby directed to adver forhieofyat the co Jaly test Ssld election shall beheld by sad coadtICled by the officers of said regular elceUou In November IPN In each urvclnet of sold county and during the Lour required to hold election for county ofttcn and nald election shall be held and generalMTIwDoeyeas nays on o sides JusllfB of the IVjice J A didder ir Compot9ftSmith voted Sea Justice of the Ieaee W D Wallln voted yea C03PERdlDy Eph D Pennlngton D O 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 EYr r r r r a a a Cummins S McClary i s i AUGUSTi Is our month for cleaning up remnants from our Spring and opport r care to buy this InteoJ Summer Coats and Pants Mens Low I Shoes Straw Hats Ladies and Childrens Slippers Mens Ladies and Childrens Drop Stitch Hose Look at them and we will convince you of i REAL REDUCTION Terms Cash HJMRobertsJi I I CUT PRICES L1 i IOn Wash Skirts Wash Waists 1 L t Ifiim MidSummer Notions iSuch as CombsFansFan Chains Lace Hose Gloves Chatelains Waist Sets Belts c New departjj i1IIOIL STOVESeooaaeanleaeeesereaRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire PultrylettlngSmooth 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 Purposeu THEJNTEHIORJOURML JSnltrtd n the pottoffice at Stanford ai tcanddan matter nhablthaTusasy u4FslQ9 tT 1 PER YEAR CASH When st topsidmnoo will becnsrgea iiKNOXVILLE 031 Train going Uatot pm gpSMOFORRENT occupied byWm My tore ronm recently Severance Will rent for oneDrOoSLRYte THE Joseph Price Infirmary for the treatment surgical ill the yearla and chronic disease and tor con saltation Doard and nursing shall be cash and montbly Protes In advance weekly rendered ilonal bills lao when services are and must oa paid promptly Giboney Jeffries LlvoryFoodSaloStobloi Liberty Drummers Rlgs a specialty llh Grade FeedsoldbtHorses and Mules horses receive personal atteDUon zcc8 TraHlort DEALERS 1H Wilsku Brandu Wines Beer Carpenter Olottto DepotSTANFORD KYI to PramplnJfOlltuttenUon gofers the receivi tou prompt attention J WearenInSUranG6 e Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the In the world Assets 11871063512 as regards pol cy holders 5943601869 Farm proporty in Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 1 Stanford Kentucky R B MahonyIn5UranG6 Solicits a share of the patronage- of the property owners counties LIncoln and Casey who may be seeking In murance against Fire Llghlnlng- and Tornado None but and best Old Lino Com represented and the low est pnpsible rates are guaranteed Phone Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Myers Hotel DntldlngC 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitablestrongest- in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Mrs Fred Unrath 1 President Country Clue Hen I on Harbor ci After my tint baby W4j born did not seem to regain my sfrengtii although the doctor gave me a tonic he consid ered very superior but hutted of getting btu r weaker every day My hut band Insisted that take Wine of Cardul for a week and see what It would do for me medicine and grateful tofind my strength and heal returning two weeks was out of bed In a month I was able to take up my usual duties am very enthusi r astic In lit praise Wino of Cardul reinforces lheorgans of for the pug- nanoyandchildbirthItprevents nils carriage Woman of OttLilaJ the coming of her child nmfear taken Wine of her came she wot1ld gt have enweakenod 11 She rGoOTtJY hould to WafJlraptc1 WIne of Cardul i stow IN of D PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clttluts and bturtKki tee halt grayhairGuiti ilitnm U et DnvafaU NEW LIVERY STABLE s We89ASE sm Prdr JUNCTION CITY KY r PintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and flay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky furnished clean beds splendid cls9meet Porters J H BOONE CO Proprietors UVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- EmbalmorsE 11JO DIAU ail FornItureMnttlti2SRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C+ MccMY tiNCEB AXE EMBALMER And Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY 350 Stanford Ky DRI FENNERS KIDNEYBackache KldnersBladder aChe earDISeasOra 11 Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you f necessary wrlto Dr rennet lie has spent a lire tltuo curing Just suck cases as yours Alt consultations usingtoyFennetsrildoej and llackache Cure I passed a gravel half ni larze us a marble Tlio mcdlclno prevented further formations I was cured WTOAKES OrrUVa Druezlsts 60c II Ask for Cook nook Free STVITUSDANC DIIcnuer CRG LGXIDGTOn n moqt Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year- It it especially devoted to the Interests ot the Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor Ws P Walton Editor 8 PeorI Lola +tos Ky as aI- N THE ESTIMATION OP OUR DEBT IS THE MOST DENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION LyonsLaxative Syrup ml Is nude oi Cascara Sagrada and otter drugs that are equally as beneficial Ifif in the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach and II bowel troubles arising from constipation W VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT QRIPE 23 and 50c Bottles Ask OUt Drucctst For Solo nt Pennys Drug Store THIS AND THAT Mabel McKinley has decided to quit vaudeville stage Will Jones and Will Hudion negroes were hanged in the Birmingham Ala jail for highway robbery The Lawrcnceburg City Council has decided to issue bonds for the construe tion of a waterworks plant D F Morris foreman of carpenters at Virginia City Ala coal mines was instantly killed by lightning N H lIumbl d a wealthy saw mill man of Cleveland Tenn was fatally kicked by a mule at Knoxvlllo Warren Thornberry of Paducab died from injuries sustained while assisting a woman to alight from a street oar John McQualde a retired newspaper mandispondent over continued ill health shot and killed himself at Vicksburg Miss The defense in the Caleb Powers case was again overruled in its efforts to secure a continnance and the trial is now in progress By the closing down for repairs of three of the big steel mills at homestead Pa 500 men will be thrown temporarily out of employment- A shortage which may reach 22000 has been discovered In the books of tho City National Dank of Canton O The teller is under arrest An American soldier bas married In Chicago to the widow of a Shanghai merchant whom he rescued from death dur log the Boxer troubles Richmond Pace a Harlan county life prisoner in the Frankfort penitentiary who in 18 years had never violated a prison rule has been paroled Mike Sweeney a union cornicewerker was shot and killed at Chicago by John H Welter a foreman who had been at tacked by pickets because ho would not Stetrett member of Morgans command during the Civil War and for many years editor of the Hawcsvillo Plalndealer Is dead at his home In Hawebvllle Secretary Hay has sent to the Colombian Congress a message explaining what action would be taken by the American Congress in case the ratification ot the Panama canal treaty is not consummated Two sections of Wallace Bros circus train crashed together in the Grand Trunk railway yards at Durand Mich killing 23 persons and badly injuring over 20 others The property loss will be very heavy At Allentown Pa Eugene Bloch a divorced man with four children and Mrs Katie Falsinger estranged from her husband were found in ber room with their throats cut She was dead but he may recover ToATLANTtCCITYWlthoutchaoga via the scenic O fc O through Washington and Philadelphia with atop over privilege returning special train will leave Lexington 1140A M Tburs day Aug 13 1003 Round trip rate 614 tickets good 12 days The beet route and the best time to eeo Atlantic City at Its height Through Pullman sleepers from Lexington to Atlantic City For further Information and do ecrlptlvo circulars Daddress Potts A G P A Cincinnati Onto or Geo W Barney D P A Lexington KyReporterI meant my article to be pathetic sir Editor Pathetic You dont know the rudiments of pathos sir Here you have written baby Reporter What should I have writ ten si- rEditorSaboalways babe when writing pathos Judge Even the Lexington Leader finds time to give prominent mention to the fact 01 nine Goebelttcs being on the Powers jury unmindful of the fact there Is more justice real genuine justice In nine Goobclltes than In the entire republican organization of the State Lexington Democrat Lieut Gen Noleon A Miles by the age limitation retired at noon Satur day as Commanding General of the art my and was succeeded by Gen S B M Young Also by tho ago limitation Rear Admiral George C Remey was retired from the navy yesterday r e StreetboySlr have you lost your pocket book- Gentleman searching thro hie pock ttNo my boy StreetboyThen you will be so kind to fflye me a nlokel rIn accord with bis wishes the body of John Gilbert Shanklln of Evans vllle was cremated at Chicago and the ashes will be strewn over the graves of hli parents In Oak Hill cemetery at Eransrllle 2 OTTENHEIM Leslie Tucker has a job of firing on the Penn R R Hicks Bourne say we will have a killing frost on or before Oct 12 Wm White Jr bought of George Holmes Jr a two ycar old Oily for ISO Reuben Adams Is talking of plow log his corn crop up and sowing tho land In turnips- J T Ponce has moved to his summer resort on East Main street Mrs Joe Coleman has gone to Cincinnati on Bailey passed through town Friday locating and repairing oulvorta on the Ottenbelm and Stanford pike and other business pertaining to offi cial duties Little Willie the threeyearold son- of Joseph Lawson strayed a half mile from homo Sunday evening and was picked up by Elmer Adams and carried home much to the delight of the little ones mother Richard Wlntges and Matilda tier eon will be married on the 10th at the home of the bride Miss Honson Is a refined and beautiful young lady and Mr Wlntges can say be hat captured a good wife for his helpmeet through life Tho Death Penalty- A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insigni ficant cuts or puny bolls have paid the death penalty It Is wise to have Buckicns Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulceis and Piles threaten Only 2oc at all Drug Stores To The Lakes Summer Tourist Tickets on tale via Queen c Crescent Route June 1 to Sept 30 Ask tlokn agents for particulars If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Kr No tHome and lot In Stanford ve room ball amenp01nelghborhoodlose llr Pries 1MO No 3 house anti lot In Stanford louse do fit room uood stable and S acres of lead well tented One of pratUnt building Iota In town room enough In runt for two other cottage or at torr front be built to the cottage sad lx md1i bNullCut home Wm te cold chap u the owner mutt haT money Xo Two hall and reranda uoo1gsrJeofeoeinganal house In tool repair For ii or rent Price reasonable No alfouse and lot In Stanford Three room and Irony porch Uood garden and stable Uood repair told o THOUM n Cbeatf Stanford Itf stories rooms Uood garden smoke and coal houses only 1300 too 8 Farm or Macros JU miles from Stan ford on county road 35 acres In culttralloa aeten In pasture 2 good orchards and rat In timber Two mall cottage bun and o ltbut IJIo welt watered and g fairly good Visa Scan be ought at your price as owner llTts In Indianapo lis and mutt bare mone- yNol2Dwlllnzof lx and porch teccekary ouibulldlllpod garden Also lug two dory store room i5iW feet lower room supplied wILli counter shelTa Ste Water In dwtlllng and tororoom a soclakrn and well on place Skail lot back of itore One mile from Stanford Ilulldlnzi ngoalrepair and dlllag originally cost ad store uTer 51200 WJI sell both tor Tabu or separatelyNo tulle of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrkt dwelling S rams two tenant boimi two barD well and tprlng dwelling Farm In high state ol cultivation urea river bollom laanl good fencing fruit etc lrlce S37SO an acre No lI1JO acres ol land on I noaiter street In Crab Orchard oppoUo Spring In no lui prorewents except large stock barn abundance lock water Preltlcit building site In town Price No 19 OOh acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Two slorv house 9 rooms hallTeran It aero iplendld lo iJJolnlngln Stanford Prop erlyln good water add lights In boon cur tern at door home rice 11000 No 21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acres lend In Moreland wood barn and necessary outbuild Ingi 2 wells In nI plEDdl orchard and 2 acres itrswberrle Immediate potaenion Price fn No 24 Frame hotel large room double reran da hallway Etc A large 2 story itoreroom fronting ueet sa fat from hotel up ataln wile blefordw log 2 nice cott nicely furnished epered and petaled 4 rooms and veranI each Irge barn on seine lot used as livery table Good gardeD aeantiotadjoIDlo front by 200 leel deep All or this property la In Landon Kr and II a doe chance for some one to make mouey Poprletor has refiuod to rent property for IW loer month On account of bMlth of wife only reason for wiling proprietor desires to exchanger farm In Lincoln county NoIIIA farm of 300 acre In Lincoln county Three good dwelling good barns and other out building house barn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road 4 mile from church school and poiloffic Lays well anti well watered This Is a good tobacco arm and would ult two or thrte families that might want to come from the same neighborhood Price reasonable Mo 85 House and lire acres of land In JIcKln Neceasary outbuilding Fencing good 3icy watered Will tell this place on easy terms No M flouwindW acres ol land within 1J4 miles of Stanford house contains lire room veranda etc newly painted large new hun corn crib etc All buildings and fencing In rpleadld repair Well watered This Is a mat deetrablt borne PrIce No 39Two locks ot goods for sale For par ticulan address Central Kentucky Real Ella Lx change t Tills Co State College of Kentucky The Agricultural ned Mechanical of Kentucky offer the tollow e liar course ot itudr vlsi Agricultural horticultural Chemical Itlologienl MMIicmatl RogloeerlogGraduate studies arc nleo provided leading each to a Maters degree R aoh oouue ot study Is organlted under a separate tacultrThe oneral facnltT number ntvarly M professors and Instructors receive tuition room rent In dor expssesThe modern E1ooofor I will be ready for occupancy In October OancreHQradUKtes sad liberal remuneration The demud Is largely In oxcoss oh the abllltl ot tile Oolloge to supply Lnst year the matriculation list was ScienceSpeclallaU ofyNatural Science The State tolloxo of Kentucky though hearing hitherto tho tune of COLUMZ Is the onlr Institution In tho Commonwealth doing In any proper sonic Unlvcralty work goodboardelectricityAnLnn PoliticalReonomytasn at alt eomparllblll to those altered by State College ot 1lIlItuck for catalogues method of oblalnlng appointment Information rewarding conrsM of study and terms of admission apply to DOrICYIallII LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO Directors J D Paxton J D Owiley S II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter SOrt to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under sacae continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Uoplng such betslnMS relations will prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This IntUiatlon we as the Deposit flank ot Stanford In 1JJS then reorganized as the National Rank of Stanford In 1BS and again reorganized as the First National nark of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 ears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ingLuslness promptly and well lhan ever before In it long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited OW3LBYOablor Officers Rk- prDlreeotors NOTICE TT I have purchased the interest of J Warron Mocker in business of Craig Hockor A continuance of your patronage will be appro ciatcd an assurance of prompt and ont service is given Those indebted to tho firm will greatly favor mo by settling their- accounts WILL N CRAIG Successor to Craig So ITTwo room trim dwelling In Stanford LeInleaat barn let Th- uisoneoftheuntdnlrabehweeelatown Price reasonable olIA nke cottage cal let on Lancaster itrtfttitanlerd rooks good ebtern etc Cot El 1008iea corn near HuitoDTllle of tight rooms hail Teua la rte One ndotherpal and water In every geld en the place Farm vest seven gelds end Bntelau land No IOA harm of 1M ecru frame dwdllne four Teems good stock barn aol all neoctuir out btttldlDZ well watered Cfclln a- vItWMUresln cultivation rest In blue grant LM than half mile Irom turoplie We oner this place for only Iper acn No 33M3seresof land In Ilockcaslle for sale or exchange Has all necessary lunprorementt well watered Ac Will be told at a bargain No MJarm of acres sltuatM near Kings vllle Ky CI acres In cultivation s In Umtaricit In grew well watered two Jlood bra end other out rood repair weulngeenslnrattve- ly new is within lfJl or three churches ICbool end C S depot Property lta on desirablefarmlot 12 or la parcels of not lees than to acres to ault purehuer This la terto nly cbr p property No HFann of J aukDwelling good barn etc Well watersfIng and bulldlnica In alr Producilve line ttonelaud In good eeibbMbood close to school and on rood road Price 1700 No HA farm of care In Case county Ky One end one half story dwelling tit room good barn end tballdIDII tHxty acre In cultivation 48 acre In timber fruit tree ole Lays well on road cuss to churches school ete trtceonlytdee Na3l ilouroandeneacre land House eon talus seven rooms vtrander cellar rte All nee outbulkllBv Extra large bun all In splendid repair louse oewl and sorer ed Cistern at door lioodganUnand large barn lot Flinty ol fruit on place lrlee11100 No tI110 acre of land In Ford county Kas six mlla from railroad end t mlla eases river Seventy acre of land U river bottom It firitclas land and In grata This land Is for isle or exchangeNo farm of 122 acre four mile from HUn beet In the county well watered fencing good dwelling fronts pike ell nrcoxiry outblIdlngt A Ieodl blue gram Armaodonly 20 minute drive from county teal Owner of tarn adjoining this has recently refused U Deri acre this it8730 No of itS corn In Casey county Two storytremy d wIIIID two barns nd other land anti good ounityibargain at toUtGII 1900 No Farmof acres In c- osadoldnew two story room frame dwelling delllDg In lair co dlllon Dune sod other oul county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc Thla fa a de alrable home Price 11600 No Si TwoitoryMven room frame dwelling Ac end 5 sera lend In coun ty barn cod all other neciuanr outbulld logs Church end school house rlllt at door TonI la alto a large store room on premise con clean stock of met This b a splendid business stood lwlog located at croes pike and from 112000 to 115000 biulne a ear Alto three miles from this place on aame pike a clock of gtneral merchandise amount to about 1300 per month There are two wellt and a eastern on place end all the buildings are In splendid repair sell the property and stock separately or will or both for farming lend This Is a splendid opportu ally for any one wishing logo Into busln Officers 8 II SHANKS President J n W M IlUIOHT Asst Oaibl r J nooKBR Prest J J MoROItBRTS Cbr W II tfEA11KN F Reid Danville 9 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford W P Walton Lexington K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford StanfordTJas Robinson Rubble StanrordW tho ofllo here Mum veranda talolaJa IKvHookerfboosAcPrice 1100 i ber Well watered yerd awe potofflcecbool commuoltNicecottagefendag In good candltlon M acre In pprorerlSGaereelKruttnen 1fIJIDCpleodidNo 3W acres unlHproted land In Iron county Mo i miles Kabula Htallen on terftrlllncounty3kllestromlaueaaterk wtolotInrt endproductiveorchardImprovementsdwelling wardreb In tech room pantries teller housebarnIn good neighborhood near church echoo depot hous7hiplacewl StanfordI goodrtlatrgrassIlouhteau churchiteensdwelling t conJbfloeNo 41Sevcn room dw lllnfgooI cellar end 21 Fencingaridclose to town Will snit a smell family reddeocaastock and all other necnsary outbuildings all In potolllrailroad In t InId1ailingsprings41UO acres near Jumbo 200 acres In culll i nylon rest In timber Mix dwellings on place flee of them new two tobacco buns and large stock tarn blacksmith shop table etc Young orchard Ntreama run through ce On rod end 300 yarda p 0 school end In goals 4 neighborhood Will toll or exchange at reasonable figures Nods Two story seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom two blacksmith ahop tenant house stable crib and were house Kvery building new and fencing In nneahspe 411 the property In Hustonillle Ky and we will tell aa a whole or aell Nab place separately Well at each stable end cistern at house For address the clan named 4479 era lend In rreacbtmlll Ky Two COoUlnlIx sea Clue to churc school elc end ID splendid Deisli borllood Ownaofpropcrty ii lt1 51 Laub and anxious