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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxi STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 14 1903 8 A M NO 48 KINGSVILLE The cannlojr faatory wilt run a few days thli week Tbe now sidewalks about town are a great Improvoroont Mr Chllton of Louisville was hero Saturday Mr Chlhoa Is very popular ti with our merchants Mies Torcia Dunn has roturnod from 3 Cincinnati Dr D F Waller li here practicing his profession Dr C M Tbompion li having his house palntod Nearly every bouio In town has boon painted or into bo paint od by Oeldon Bros Mrs F M Howe gave a nice supper In honor of Mltioi Ferroll and Droylet a few evening elnoo MUi Elizabeth M Crelghton rue a flinch party MooIti day evening In honor of her guests Miesee Perroll and Broylos Rer W R Davidson filled his ap pointment at the Baptist church Sunday Protracted mooting comtnencoi at the Methodist ohuroh Sunday Ang 10 Elder R tIt Jones Is expected next Sunday to fill his appointment at the ChrliUan eburob 4t Democratic nominee lion Chai AI Hardln of Mireer wax boro Monday Hon W Coon Bell was hero Wcdnes day accompanied by that old war bono democrat and olcror gentleman non R C Warren Both Meisri Bell andI Hardln made a good Impression on our people Hon flarvo Helm was here Tuesday Mrs James Roy and lon James Jr have gone to Lexington to visit before returning to Frankfort Little Miss Marlon Evans li vlilting relatives at Lexington and Nlcholasrlllo Misses Jcnnlo Broylei and Plorlno May Per rell two of Somerset1 prettiest girl have returned home after a visit to Mh Hllllbetb M Crolghton Mrs G W Ball of Ludlow Is the guest of ref atlvei hero Mrs Cash Loach of Lex Ington and her little daughter have been visiting relatives horn Supt H M Waite Fltigerald and other C S officials wore hero Tuesday probably i to look after tho building of a round house Mcurs Ilodget and Campbell are at the Lexington fair Mack Wll Kami Is In Somerset- CONCERNING CORRECT SPEECH Ob why should the spirit Of Grammar be proud With web a wide margin Of language allowed f Of course theres a limit I knowcd and Itlve saw I teen and I done It Are rather too raw But there are others No better than they One heart In tho talking lie heart every day Where at luke one person Quito thoughtless And Who Asks another did Mary Give that bonnet to t Hear a maiden at she twitters Oh yes I went out With she and her fellow In hit runabout And bear a man saying Between you and I That blocks of PaolQc Would mako a good bur And this from a mother Too kind to her boy k I had rather you ihouldnt Do things to annoy And this from a student Concerning a show Who says to the maiden Lets you and I go Theres lots of good people That talking like that e Who should learn from we critics To know whore theyre at W J Lampion CAUTION Thli It not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to pnrhase the only remedy unl versally known and a remedy that hat had the largest solo of any medicine in the world since 1883 for tho ouzo and treat ment of Consumption and Throat nn- a Lung troubles without losing its gieat popularity all those years you will b thankful we called your attention to Itoscucet German Syrup There are many ordinary cough remedies made b druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but severe Coughs Ilronchitis Croup and especi ally for Consumption whore there It difficult expectoration and coughing dur- Ing tho nights and mornings there is nothing like Gorman Syrup Tho 25 cent Size has Just been introduced this year Ucgnlartixo 76 cents At all druggists At IcnnytTrug Store k A Chicago undertaker has InaugurtU od a new system of duos Whenever a family for which ho has worked fails to pay his bill be sends a hearse contain ing a skeleton to the home of the de linquents and leaves It there until the account Is settled I I The town of Salt Fork in Oklaho ma was destroyed by a tornado MIDDLEBURG Several from this suction ore attend ing the Resell fair Mrs Alox lllakt who suffered apar alytte stroke a few months ago Is very low and fears are entertained for her recovery The South Kentucky Association of United Baptists are In session at Fish log Creek church Rev J O Ferrell and Coleman Lucas aro In attendance School which opened ut M N O on Monday Aug 8 Is progressing nicely l with something like 100 or more ttu dents enrolled and still more yet to tome Continued rains have proven very of ftaaalout In reviving pastures and re punishing empty nook ponds The outlook for an overage corn yield It now very flattering Charley Spuert of the Indian Creek neck of the woods and Miss Salllo Frederick quietly drove to Llbertv late Sunday night and were made one at m Monday morning John W Mitchell of Jamestown It making a splendid canvass for Representative from this district on the pro hibition tlokel and It going to poll a fair vote over the district A series of meetings wave been go lag on at the Christian ohuroh for tea days conducted by Elder C B Powell of Stanford assisted by the pastor RId J Q Montgomery There have been six confessions to date Good audien ces are In attendance at the day ser vices while the house It packed at the night services Bro Powell Is a deep thinker of unbiased Judgement a good speaker and has a way of presenting the truth In a plain simple but con vincing manner that holds the atten tion of his hearer These meetings aro sure to result In lasting good to the communityRev Creech anddaughtor Miss Naomi of Oddvllle formerly of this place are visiting friends here Mr Green Bitct Mrt Susie Jones and Theodore Wall all of Trenton Mo arrived Saturday to visit friend In this and Lincoln counties Steuben Godboy It In from New York City Mils Alice Williams of Junction City Is ylslUng here Dr Perry Wesley our dentist Is on Rolling Fork practicing his pro fission this week Mr Telllus Gann formerly of this place but now of Nash villa visited relatives and friends hero this week James Eaton is at Hunt vllle Teen Mitt Amelia Glass o f Glasgow Is boarding with Mrs E S Fisher and attending school hero LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Michigan Fultz teed wheat for tale John B Fottor Stanford Ky 2t Lark Garnett of Cynthlana told 20 yearling mules to Turney Smith a t IOC J n Boone bought of Co Huff Dud derar 31 barrels of corn at 83 at the cribW C Terbuno of Mercer bought 10 mule colt tbo past week at an average of 32A I AberdeonAngut fouryear old bull for tale J S Owsloy Walnut FlataSow and five shoatt for sale Sow will weigh 260 pounds W A Fowle RowlandaJohn B Foster got 1000 bushels of wheat off of 100 acres Some of It made 20 bushels per acre Lutes S Co sold to M S Baugb man 75 owes at 13 75 and to Ghana Rlcbcnbach 60 of same at same price They have about 300 more for sale Rob Goddard took nine bluo and four red ties out of nine entries at the Dan villa fair All were Rod Leafs He It at Lexington with his string this week Elarrodtburg Herald- S H Yea er has sold his farm the Bend to W Y Curreywho t now living at Hubble The tract con tale 100 acres and the price paid was 170 Possession will be gluon at once End of Bitter Fight Two physicians hid a long and stub rightlmyIDr Kings Now Discovery for Consump strikinlYIve entirely regained my health It con quote all Coughs and Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaratecd by all Drug Stores 1iico COc and 100 Trial bottles tee The diagrams for the C A O excur ston to Atlantic City on August 13th are now open and all persons desirini- sleeping car reservations will pleas notify Mr G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky at an early date When you want physic that is mild and gentle oy to take and certlaa to act sloops use Chamberlains Stomach and Liter Tablets For sale by Craig L Hocker I Business at Rleff Russia has bee completely paralysed by striken NEWS NOTES Three hundred Acblncsa wore killed In a battle wltb Dutch troops Herr von Levetzow formerly presl dent of tho German Reichstag Is dead A dog saved three periont from death to a burning building In a Cincinnati suburb Thu poslolllce at Klserton Bourbon county was entered bv burglars and robbedSix persons were poisoned by drink ng Impure milk In Frankfort All will survive A reduction of onetenth of a cent per pound on all grades of refined sugar Is announced Fire at Salt Llek destroyed a big stave plant and 100000 staves entailing a loss of 135000 Millions of dollars damage was done y the burrlsano which swept over the Island of Jamaica An aged Lexington Negro attacked his wife with a lump and sueeeoded In burning hit house down Hampton Wright a Negro laborer on the Tennessee Central railroad was Instantly killed by lightning Andrew Jackson Nesblt one of the wealthiest and most prominent men of Owlngsrllle died at Mt Sterling Jewels worth 6500 were found on George Wllktnfon the diamond thief from Chicago arrested In Louisville E B Chettroan a wellknown newspaper man Is dead at Richmond Va Be began his career on the Richmond Whig Rufus Sheffield and James Ayers 11 and 12yearold boys charged with wrecking a train on the Southern rail way wore dltmUted The latest news from Bogota It not favorable to the canal treaty It It re ported that seven Senators favor and oppose its ratification The electric road to connect all the principal coal mince in Hopkins county Is now claimed to bo an assured fact Surveys have been commenced Vm Rockefeller denies that Stead dard Oil interests went lower prices Ele cape that foundations are solid and that prices will boW points higher In the tall Mrs Annie Albert Oppenbelmer of Ruttellrlllo was indicted at Cincinnati on two counts charging first degree murder She It alleged to have poison ed her baby Judge Faulkner it holding a special term ol the Owtley circuit court at Booaevllle to Investigate the asslna tlon of County Judge Hyden Jim Rose and Delaney Peter Warren S Stone of Eldon la has been elected by the Brothcruood of Lo comotlvo Engineers to fill out the uo expired term of the late P M Arthur as greed chief engineer Ruttla has Invested In Manchuria millions for railways millions for a standing army to protect them and 120000000 in building the city of Dal nay The total Is hundreds of millions Following upon the confession of the Negro ghoul Cantroll the Indianapo lis police have made several arrests and the entire detective force Is cages ed In searching the city for the Implicated men- Cashier John R Brown of the Unto Banking Co of Clrcleville 0 is miss- Ing and his books show a species which may reach 175000 When th sate was broken open it contained bu US Brown was for years the most prominent man in the town D B Edmltton chief deputy collec tor under Collector Craft has forwarded to Washington the report on the quantity of distilled spirits in bond in tho Fifth district The quantity it 53 084610 7 gallons more than in any oth or revenue district In the United States Louisville Times Poecof8ce be a queer wooden chart formerly nee In tbo Manila podtofllco during tho Spanish occupation The chart was hung on the wall and the names of all those who bad mall awaiting them were written on slips ot paper and fit ted Into notches on the chart This sayod the clerks the trouble ot toiling the Filipinos that thorn was no mall for them and no ono was supposed to ask for any unless no saw his name posted Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive ot suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system o r despondency Invariable precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which wakes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It wllestrengthen the neryes and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satin faction guaranteed by all Druggist While digging fishing worms Otis Botley ran Into a nest of copperhead snakes and made a wholesale slaughter of them There were 11 In the nest palnf loDg Owomboro Inquirer HIGHLAND Mr J O Baugh and Hugh Young i are yarding roolr for the rock crusher Mr John Spires has torn down his i old house and Is building a new one in its place Elder J M Long has just returned from Briery near Eubanks whcro be and Elders Owens and Todd have been engaged In a meeting Our tomato raiser began hauling their tomatoes to Klngsvllle yesterday Epb Young and Maok Baugh were the first to take theirs Burton Spires the young man who was hit by a bate ball bat some days ago Is getting along as well as could be expected Logan Reed has been quite slolc for some days Mr Phelps and children of Bethel Ridge are visiting Mrs Ruhamy Young and other relatives here Mr and Mrs J H Anton and baby of Woodstock are visiting Mrs Llj Walls Mr J W Norrlt Is selling out her household goods and farming utonsllr etc preparatory to leaving fur Kansas in a short while to join her husband and sons who are there at work In tho harvestThe blackberry crop which was the largest in several year Is about all gathered There havo been something like 1000 or 8700 worth of the coveted berry sold from this Immediate neigh borhoodA crowd gathered at Rev J M Cooks Monday evening to witness the marriage of Mitt ZonaNorrls and Mr Jno Reed who were made one by Rev Cook while sitting In their buggy Mr and Mrs Reed will leave for Indiana oils Sunday whore he has a position In one of tbo factories E E Young went to Somerset Sun day Elbert and Misses Fannie and EBlo Young went to Eubanks Saturday Mrs H S Young and children of Som creel are visiting the families of C M and E E Young Mr H P Young alter spending two months with his children at Somerset and vliltlng other relatives in Casey and Pulatkl has returned tomowbat improved in health LIBERTY Recent rains have helped the crops Elda Montgomery and Powell are holding a protracted meeting at Green River church near Mlddleburg Miss Minnie Dell of Doyle was vie lllng here Sunday John B Brown and daughter wore In Stanford shopping Saturday Hon George E Stone was in Cincinnati on legal business Col Bryant Stone of Montlcello wa with his brother Judge Boyle Stone Miss Louise Frey of Llnney was visiting Mils Battle King Mrs Jean DIck Orson of Louisville It visiting her father W II Dlckerson Circuit court closed Monday evening after one of the busiest terms In years The docket was almost cleared Robt Lee was given a llfo sentence for kill log Ellis Wood George Rlneheart and Al Satterfield were each given five years for housebreaking Sherman Propcs Dick Lee Luttrell and George Frank Luttrell one year each for ma llclous cutting and Joe Thornton col housobreaklngB fatr G R Wilkinson and wife wore In Stanford Monday Miss Llllle Phillips of Montlcello who has been visit lag friends hero for several days ha returned home Misses Berta and Ma mle Stone of Montlcello are guests of Miss Amanda Stono George F Thlers ascot for Hamilton pianos and organs was hero Monday Misses Dova Co and Lola Montgomery who are teach log In the country hpant Saturday and Thomasdspent several doge atlEvona Mrs P Q Taylor and sons were In MIddloburg list week Mrs Noble Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when ehofclt an attac coming on Such attacks are usual caused by indigestion fand these Tablet- are Just what is needed to cleanse th stomach and ward off tho approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may 6 prevented In the same way For sale by Craig Hocker A monster cheese weighing two tool will bo manufactured in New York and sent to the St Louis Exposl tlon Now York Is the greatest cbeeseproduolng State In the union said Agricultural Commissioner Wlet leg acd the biggest cheese ever made In the world ought to grace our exhib ttat St Louis ICol Williams placed an extra guard around the jail at Cynthtana because thart e prowling around Remit us for your subscription n CLOTHING COST Every Fancy Suit in this house has boon marked down to i f the original cost and some to loss Yourii Thoso prices are for CASH i IT PAye TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied i T Oa MILLER Danville KB SPECIAL SALE 00 Buggies and Surreys For the next 15 days Cut this Out And it will ho wo- rth5OO Credit to you on a Buggy or Surrey Only one credit on each Job sold sessse aesJaR HASE DEN Lancaster Ky 1 PURE VINEGARS Many people undoubtedly have the impress ion and quite reasonably so in these days of harmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars mistakenieloaTheirVinegars Unioneand place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Vin Vinegara SHigginsMKinney Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to painting itsaever before Mastic Mixed Paint twillxpaints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate itslQUALITY Pennys Drug StoreStanford CHRISTIAN COLLEGE e ae PresidentYKENTUCKYBThe president Is a graduate of Kentucky University and ho- spent several years in tho College of Germany where he secured tho Ph D degree He will be assisted by a full corps of experienced teachers g sca s SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 t c 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 tion and the Languages Ancient and Modern New and OymnulucSwimmInglion For catalogue addreea 81C HAGERMAN President Lexington Ky Ytt r a sqww a 1rn6 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SRtIs aan4UatefetSheriff of Lincoln county t utjeCl to the action of the party GEO W DE BORD It a canaUate for Sheriff of LInCOln county sutject to the action of the democratic patty T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate forShetia of Lincoln county t utjee to the action of the democratic tatty JESSE C LYNN It candidate for iherlff of Lincoln county utjeCl the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action flf I democratic rally WIHERRIN the action f tbeto It a candidate for Jailer subject democratic ratty SAMUEL M OWENS Lincoln county s jeclIs a candidate for Sheriff of to the action of the deixocralk party t AW CARPENTERI of Lincoln coottfor RerretentatlveIt a candidate subject to the action of the rertyf Democratic Ticketcl For Governor J C W BECK1IAM FForLieutenant Governor P TIIOHXE Fur Auditor of Stan S U EAGER For Treaiurcr II JT BOSWORTU s For Attorney General N B HAIR For Secretary of State JTV McCHESNErc For Superintendent of PMic Imtruction J 11 FUQUA For Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAXD For Clerk of Court of Appeal j MORGAN cmxy For Railroad CommissionerI Imo C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge ir cow BELL trForCommonwealths Attorney Q CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk u J F HOLDAMI i For Representative J M ALVERSON ACCORDING to the editor of the Ra1 way News the pay rolls of the railroad i companlee of the United States bave been Increased durlog the past- 12I months bv the sum of 100000000 Of this amount probably 150000000 la acI taunted for by the enlargement of U working forces which was required by the natural growth of the but nets of the country the balance however represents the increase 01 pay secured by the conductors and trainmen through concerted action That the working men of the country are getting a progressively great share of the profits which they helpI J their employers to earn can not be de tied in the of this 8500000 t umentIknockdown ar TOE South Is getting there at last During July it led the country in tbeI number of banks organized and in th Increase to capital with the orgaolz lion of 12 new banks of which six wet of the smaller class and six of the larger with combined capital oll3375C The great Increase in national bank In the Southern State was potable for the number of large banks organized and the amount of their capital I In LouieAFTER a lengthy session vllle Interspersed with numerous re sees intervals for private conference j purposes the republican State contra committee succeeded In selecting tbt following State campaign committee Judge George DuRelle chairman Col C C Mengel and John A Stratton of ifLouisville DIC Edwards of London T S Kirk of Palntsvllle itandON his return from his summer home In Connecticut Col Belknap republl il can nominee for governor said to the Courier Journal I was never In bet ter health in my life and am in fine trim for the campaign which I will op- enf at Munfordvllle Hart countv about Sept 1 Our plans for the opening are not yet complete but we will probably d make it a rouser POLITICAL William B White of Carter county was nominated for Senator by the 35th district democratic convention- In an Interview In Manila Judge William H Taft says the report that be Is to succeed Secretary of War Root on Mr Roots retirement Is untrue The adherents of Tom Johnson who were beaten in the Hamilton county Ohio convention by the Zimmerman forces by one vote will send a contest leg delegation to the State onventlonBy President Roosevelt LIeu- tenant Commander Fldello S Carter of the found guilty by a general court martial of negligence of navlga tlon and sentenced to from the service will be repremanded Instead In tho democratic primaries at Cln clnnati Mayor Johnson was beaten by the Zimmerman forces Horace Miller one of the most prom nent farmers and demooratlcpolltlclanl of Bourbon county was found dead In at his home near Paris Gum Shoo Hunter says he Is out of politics but as he Is somewhat of a liar himself anything that he eavs bas to be taken as we Latins say cum grano sails Lexington Democrat Gov Beckham appointed Judge Geo P Johnson of Wllllamsburg special Judge to hold the August term of the Whltloy cltcult court vice Judge Marrow who Is at Healing Springs Va and unable to sit It Is said that the entire stren5th of the Grand Armv of the Republic wl1 be used In an effort to defeat the COD Qrmatlon by the Senate of the Presl Idents nomination of Gen Leonard Wood to be Major General rLANCASTER Circuit court begins next Monday A male teacher Is being sought lor the Cartersville school A committee was appointed solicit embers for the library Beazley Bros bavo bought 120 cattle rom various traders In this vicinity Elder F M Tinder has had several aversions at his meeting at Hubble Seventytwo tickets were sold bcre Wednesday morning for tho LexlnJton fairDr Acton is adding much to the ap arance of his dwelling by building a veranda Contractor ShelTold arrived Wcdoes day to oversee the water works COD ructionW Burton has returned from Lon- doo where he has been buying mules and horses Miss Julia Reid Is again in a critical condition and left Wednesday for treatment In Louisville Fred Kemper who moved to Oklabo ma a fow months ago Is at the point of death from typhoid fever Mrs U D Simpson has bought tbo veiling of Mrs O eo Bush for Cl- ssesalon to be given Jan 1 The W C T U has mado arraOlle snts to furnish refreshments everv Wednesday afternoon in the park The Garrard County Teachers Iostl- tute will open the 31st under charge of- Prof M A Cassldy of Lexington and ntnuo through the 4th A number of Elder Tinders Loocas members attended his special se- rvle Wednesday at Hubble and beard- bls discourse on Home and bow to- make It happy A thresher broke through a bridge few miles out on the Danville road on idnesday one side crashing tbroulth the creek bed below Other pa elog vehicles had to drive around throug field The bridge had already been condemned HERE AND THERE Mrs J B Bowling Is dead at Perry vUleMarie Gordon the Southern woman- who shot herself in Chicago Is dead Four men were crushed to death by rock In a zinc quarry In New Jersi A movement Is on foot to establish a department store for negroes at Newark N Three villages on the Isle of Cythera- were almost totally destroyed by an eartbquakeAs of the burning of a load heat near Clifton Ind a farmer aDd his team were cremated Reginald Vanderbilt and his wife on- their return from Europe were forced to pay to the collector of customs at- New York 8000 W M Matbeny sold to Brown Mc- Carley a bunch of heifers forSept1 de- lhery at 3o and bought of Henry Cat ron a bunch of sheep at No decision has been reached In tbe JettWhite case at Cynthlana but tbe Jury has not been discharged It II- probable that the jury will be held uo tll anday if a verdict Is not made before Two more murders by the Cantrell- gaog of ghouls have been brought to- IIltbt by the police of Indlanapoll One of the victims was Walter Johnson of Newark N J who was killed wltb a club for his money and the other was an unknown young woman- whoile throat was cut Boy Cured of Colic after Physi cians Treatment had Failed My boy when four years old was taken with colic and cramps in his stomach I sent for the doctor and ho injected- morphine but the child kept geltlnj worso I then gave him half a teaspoonful of chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half ai bour he was sleeping and soon recover edF L WILKINS Shell Lake Wls Mr 7ilklns is bookkeeper for the Shell La e Lumber Co For sale by W N Craig LIMLE LILLIE daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Kittrell who formerly Uved near hero now of Somerset died after a prolonged and painful Illness of bowel trouble on the 6th The Uttle- suaerer at the time she received the- Maeterl summons was In the 4th year of ber age and being an exceedingly brhzbt and lovable child was a general favorne of the neighbors among whom Ibe dwelt X IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs James Ransdell is dead In Mer cerWilliam G Bowen exsberltr of Washington county U dead Two more rich strikes have bcen made In the Knox county oilfield Joe Kindred bad an eye put out wbUe working in the barrel factory in Louh vlllo Joseph Adkins fatally cut Mart Lew- Is in the calabooie at Jellico Both were drunk- The poitofllco at East Bernstadt wae broken Into and robbed of a sm 1l mount of money The Shelby Manufacturing and Cao ling Co ol Junction City will be6ln tanning tomatoes Monday Great preparations are being made for the Red Mens street fair which will be held In Richmond ono Voele icglnnlng Aug SI Luther Raines left this week for ibelbvvllle where he will go Into tbo livery business with the firm of Wake ield and Barrlngton Advocate In Bell county Louis Green a farmer died In the house In which ho was born 03 years ago Two weeks lince Irs Green his wife died at the ale t02 Watkins Cross Is dead at his homo near Raywlck as the result of a pIstol sbot by Arthur Lucas at a church pic Luca is In- jail nlo over two weeks ago at Lebanon- F K Tribble who recently purchased the grocery store belonging to J L Jarvis near the depot took poueulon oodav afternoon Mr Trlbblo 111 put in a large stock of firstclass groceries and will have one of the most up todate stands In the city says the Ad board of trustees of the town or indon In compliance with a petltloo sl gned by a large number of the cltl zoos of London has ordered an elec tlon to be held on Sept 30 to determine whether or not the city shall issue 116 0 in bond for the purpose of estab IUshlol and maintaining a system of tcsr works lames A Slaughter aprominent Iz 6n of Boyle died Tuesday night De- bad been in bad health for some time- aDd wes suffering with Bright dls- eae Mr Slaughter was born in Lo an county and had almost rounded out- hIs 00th year Ho united with the Dap- tin church at 11 years of ago A wife- and one daughter survive him On the farm of Mr Joe Arnold 1- 0Garrard county to a solitary grave- tbat Is marked by a rough stooe bearloJt the Initials P BNot far- from the lonely spot is a dilapidated 101 cabin and attached to Us Boor by a strong steeple Is a large Iron- cbalo Nearly every man woman- aDd child of that locality could relate the tragedy In which the aecu pant of the grvo was the central fiur3 Her name was Polly Brown and In a fit of Jealousy she Induced a jgro slave to kilt her only elate FADnle with an ax and hide the body In a pawpaw thicket which ever elnce has borne the wicked womans name- Two Innocent negroes were hung at Lancalter for the crime which Polly- years afterward confessed and ex- plated by becoming a raving maniac rodsburg Herald Cigars at 54 Apiece Those who have attended the big banquets at Delmonlcos such for In- IItance as the ono given to Cyrus Field- upon the completion of the Atlantic- cable and which cost 150 a plate had the privilege of smoking the ebolces- Bavana cigars costing perhaps fifty- cenll each But what would the dinner cost with cigars at 84 apiece Yet- tbere I are such cigars being made io- Havana today and some have arrive In New York Francisco E Fooeecaa- friend of President Palma and wbo was born near where he lived in Cuba- received one of these a few days age H wae wrapped In a piece of Imported- Japaoele rice paper and Inclosed In baodsomely decorated box In fact only one comes In a box and each Is Incbel long and an Inch and a quarte In diameter at the middle It is sale tbat the tobacco can be grown on in Cuba and thonlv one plantation duty on each Is 68 cents New York tuneThe Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results it death Thus a mere scratch Iniignl fiCRnt cuts or puny bolls have paid the death penalty It Is wise to have- Bucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Itt the beat Salve on earth and will prevent- fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Plies threaten Only 25c at all Drug- Stores Frank B Harper of Woodford has IOit by death the thoroughbred brood mare Valuable 10 years old by Ten- Broecle dam Lizzie Stone by Inquirer J B Bal ln once ottered 815000 for lIer She starved to death from being uoable to masticate her food At 7hltevllle N C Jabel Register and ble father H B Register were- convlcted of murder The son was sentenced to be hanged and the father to lIfo imprisonment r+ To The Lakes Summer Tourist- Tlcketa on sale via Queen Crescent Route June 1 to Sept 30 Ask Ickf- tagentl for particulars SUMMER BARGAINS r AT THE GRAND LEADER + L1 All the now stylo 50c Shirt Waists wo havo in stock go in this Summer Sale at 35c 300 Corsets worth KM dOO and Oo oa ih go In this Summer Sate at S9c Odds and Sails of wash jroo4s Dlwi tfes and Opgaiidlss wire 16 U end- Lie to close Hum qafakly tie yd 300 Ladles Straw Sailors 1 White and Black were CHOICE J4c THE GRAND LEADER 1M B S B a Notice To Hedge Fence Grow erStILand owner ranlotalnlBj h Jge fswee alOft public highway are n IAed toot it kI unlawful to otetroct either he illtebM or rlght of ways by leavlof the brack on Uw I road and spy one so oadIRr will be ptW If mine k not removed in reasonable time JAB IUILHY I Judge Lincoln Ooanly tart A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist I Stanford Icy OdetoYfr UeBoberU Drac Store In the Ovilr naUdla- eTHOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE Illek Berkshire hogs Pouthdown iheep lllgh Grade bucks one year old J STEELE CARPENTER Iluttoovllln Ky UMBRELLAS Kecorered and repaired and made almost ai good u new for a amount I flx your umbrella better then the tramp repairer and for less money Olve mea FRANK ATltlJl8 Stanford R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Office over Higgins a McKlnnejs Ston Telephone No DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors Houso Flat d W L Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Shoots WostMatn Street Stanford Kontucky Small Place For Rent none with flvo rooms garden and 10 acres of bluegram land for rent Will all rent 35 or 40 acre of wheat land on shares Located one mile East of Moreland- J M GARTER SR Mornlnnd Ky Farm For Sale I Richard Simpson homestead farm none Gilberts reek Depot lias 100 acres and with barn etc and hir adjoinlogJohn and Separate tracts SIMPSON HEIRS Lancaster Ky NICe RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted 1 Fit GuaranteedGive a Call All our 7fic 6100 and 8126 Shirt Waists go in this Summer Sale at 69c 200 Corsets worth Tfo 100 226 go In this Ser Sats at 59c MRS qatlllr this Olsghnw sold at lOo 74 ta 1MB SMNMT Sale joist choke 6c yd 5oc All our 8135 760 and Waists BO in this Summer Salo at 98c EO Pluslbone Corsets made for sU Ht ggeres fore aiJ0 and tOO Sulllt 6r Sale trite I Hge l00 11a1ts Lttdtea Oajbrdede P j Calf tnrt KM ww IMO eltssks 1 175 t JI 1 J Mens J25o and 15oo Medium Weight Suits to reduce our large lstock we offer you choice 85o I LEVY CO Prors LEVYMnnapor t ocutex Wallace and J1 Withers Furniture Co 1 a Donlors in Fine Furniture Onrpbts Rugs Wall Papor Window Slrndos tec Mnuufaaturdrs of Picturex Frames t j RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced pricesiThe 17 kind will go nt 1425 Tho 25 kind will go at 2126 The 80 kind will go nt47Tho 885 kin twill go ntSO OAITho 810 kind will go nt3176Tho 50 kind will go nt445jYo- uhave never lead such nn opportunity pre ranted to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be sot up in your kitchen andgalguaranteed t GEOaH FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky n t W H MUELLER 1 if J JEWELER Stanford r Kentucky r a You Are Invited iliatllaetlinclined to buy when you sea that my groceries have unusual merit But wo Ilont wish W feo1 under obllpa t tlons to bu wo know high quality of the goods wo sell will make +n strong ploy to your good judgment My plcnlcsPrice specialties are now Goods j j art not regular customers try me and Jbe convinced J W PERRIN the Grocer Ito Main dt Stanford KY d YOUNG MANl Drop in and examine our line of 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 4 J Y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL fBTANFOn KY = Asa 11 1003 In fllliDjr your prescriptions wo use tho right tncdlclnos In the exact propor tions and with proper caro Wo not do bettor It yon paid us doublo tbo price which Is always reasonable Pen cvs Druz Store PERSONALS PROF L C DOSLEY Is at Atlantic Oily MIBS MINNIE WOODS Is visiting In Paris MR D J MdROHERTS Is In feeble health LITTLK J T Embry Jr has pneu monia MRS JOHN SllHUKON has been for two months MISS SARA KtNO Is visiting frleDdI at London HD WILKINSON Is attending the Hus soil Springs fair I RIOIIARD WILLIAMS went up to Mt Vernon yesterday THE Straub arc visiting rela I tives In Perry vIII Miss JAKNIK WAKKEN la visiting friends In Lexington Miss LIN LTTHUOW of Louisville poludt Harrodsburg II with MIN Anna CookeCMltS W O SlKBj Is visiting at V Plttlbarf and Livingston MK W F COOK of Henderson was ike guest of Dr L U CookJMR A O CONNBTT of Clnelnatl Is here with Mr W II Traylor MANLRY RUBY who has bad typhoid fever was not so well yesterday Mns D B KINO of Moreland Is vhI t Itlng her sister Mrs Mary Straub Mies JOAN MOUNT of Covlngton is the guest of Mrs II J McRoborts MR IRA O TAYLOR and family of Junction City are at Atlantic Olty Mise PBAKL PIXKURTOK Is beak r tram n visit to friends at nunouUleI M MB IDA OAKS Is visiting her sis Mr Mrs T K Ouch U Wolf county t MM J W AEBILL and children et- Itihmeed were gMM of Mrs T 0I WttlH Miss VIcOwttss wt an to Ltv InRstan WtslsMMdav to join ker hw band Mlle ZlLI BATM at UawMvUk It vtrttUg Mls s Groper asi Dill Feta j OK w i SIIELTOK to auswdtag tic NftlMwn stopUM AseoolaUon at WUI eOrM MKAMD MM Rosy BKHKY of Sbarpriwn are vteUlag Mr and Mrs A M FWft MK J W IlAYDKX asjd lUUitdattKh ttr Marv Craig Baydee of Ports were here tU wok a MJ66 ANNIB HAMILTON of Frank fort II the guest qf MlsiM Ktllte and Sue Whltlye Murphy MISS VIRGINIA LYNAM who has been visiting the Misses King return ed to Lottlsrllle Tuesday MRSSKS SAM CASTELLO and George Manatee who were visiting In Monti cello have returned home MORRIS J FAKKIS Jil and Jessie W Bmbry are new clerks at the Dan yule Ice S Coal CoAdyocate MR U OCOOic and family of Knox vllle are guests of Mr and Mr A D McKlnney In the McKlnney section Mug JOHN A DLAIN and sister Miss Aria Wright of Duslonvllle took I the train here Wednesday for Louis- Ville SECRETARY J THOMAS CHERRY has our thanks for a complimentary to tbo Brodhcad falf Which begins on next Wednesday LITTLE Misses Kato and Mamie Moore Raney went down to Shelby City Wednesday to visit the family ol Mr Alex Surber DONS VINCENT BOREINU of London and J A Craft of Louisville at tended the meeting of the Cumberland Valley Land Co hero Wednesday POSTMASTER J C FLORENCE Is tale log a rest and his son George D Flor once II holding down the olllco In hiss stead being ably assisted by John Las lop MIBsns JENNIE PENCE Susie Dalit Margaret Lynn and Messrs Robert Coffey and Thomas Penco worD overI from Stanford to seo the collision Lox DemocratIMiss VIRGINIA + has been visiting Miss Mary MeRabI erls returned to Loulsvlllo Wednes day Miss McRoberts returned wl1bI her and Is her guest MISS MARGUERITE SALLEE wboI has been tbo charming and attractlvoI guest of Miss Byrt James at OrI chard was on Tuesday1 train return fog to her homo at Somerset THE following gentlemen took In tbo Lexington fair Wednesday Mark Bar din DL S Baughman John S Baugh man J T Embry Will Hester R C Engleman Everett Stono and S B Levy HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county Is In tho city Do Is a proml S Dent candidate for Congress in his die trice and he feels sure that bo will win Mr Belt has represented his county in tbo Legislature and is serving bill second term as county attorney which shows how popular hfr Is at homo li Is a voting man of dnequallflcatlonsand winning manners and the man es beats him will know that ho has been In a race Lexingtaa Democrat MRS D KB ALimioirr of Barbour WilliamvisItloKC Thurmond attendlolthoRussell Sprlocs MRS J 8 RICE delightfully enter ofherleterMESDAMEsTjiuo CURRY and Nan wltbtbolrCOUNTRYMANof ODlclehome LOCALS Mn W P TATE Is the first farmer hempUoTUE Q C will run a 1125 cxcur slon to Cincinnati Sunday next Tbo train leaves Junction City at A M A C CONNBTT of Cincinnati Is here to bottle 1800 dozen quarts of W U Traylors premium Edgewood whisky Lou DUNWJoh Rochester left at this chits yesterday a string bean 95 Inches long It was raised by Jane Hill aol MY took of truu was never moroI complete than at the present time W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig it Hooker FoR SALE I have 0000 or 10000 feet of lumber for sale that was used during the Hustonvllla fair W SILfryo soeretary IIIOOINS ft MCKINNEY have added Tho Old Hickory Wagon to thdlr list of popular wagons and Implements Cation them for anything you want YOU will save bylaying In your coal now IU prices aro sure to advance We handle the best grades and 111 It at reasonable prices Phone W Parsons Wonor at TUOSH Indebted to Craig k Hooker will please settle at onoe a dissolution of parteershlp makes It oeoMsary toIokxw oar books W N Craig Phar macist sueeMor to Craig E Docker HURT Mr Joseph Coffay of tbo MoretaBd station tall from a load ofI mar Tuesday morning and was consid erably hart No bones were broken bat U is thought be was Injured Inter Rally MR J M KKAXKS bakery Is about the blereat ihlae JuMtlow Clty luIcapacity U 6000 loaves of brad per day 700 of whisk are oeokad at one alas nalH males IIIalll1 cakes by tbo barrel TUB enll88 collision at the Lextng fair Wednesday afternoon drew a crowd estimated at 30000 The collision was an Interesting and exciting event and both engines were considerably wreck ed They came together after a run of several hundred yards at 330 and tho crash was beard all over the city ED gineer Peltlbone who runs on this dl vision was the promoter of the attraction which drew like a porun plaster Mr John W Flower of Louisville but formerly of this place assisted Mr Pottlbono In tbo preparation for the collision tTUE directors of tbo Cumberland Valley Land Co met hero Wednesda and declared a dividend of SO per coot payable on presentation of the certifi cate to Its treasurer J S Hocker The capital stock of the company I 100850 fully paid up Tbo total of dividends paid by thlscompany since Its organization Is 145 per cent There were present at the meeting nOD Robt Boyd Judge Vincent Borelng J W Hayden J A Craft Jas W Fox acd J S locker The old officers wero re elected and the president Vincent Borelng directed to sell the balance of the land of tbo company about 5000 acres The land Is situated In Harlan countySOMERSETJude Morrow will not enter a contest for the Judgeship W A Morrow may enter the raco Hon U W Sbadoan tells his friends that be will under no state of case become n candidate It Is authentically stated that from 23000 to 30000 letters are posted overy year In this country without any address The experience of the Somerset postmaster confirms the estimate Bryant Black and wife of near V Ionia on the Russell and Pulas cl line wero brought In to answer a dozen warrants and Indictments for licit liquor selling They wore given over to tbclcustody of the jailer In de fault of bond Black la a cripple was drunk and the woman had a twoyear old child by hensldo Tho motherand child are confined In the femalo de partment and tbo little one spends tbo hours of daylight crying and scream lag for Its father Lewis Davidson of McKinney Is the guest of Roy and Lu clop Goodo for a tow days M G Rey Hold assessor oLlncoln county re siding at Waynesburg wee In the city Saturday last and gave this offlco a pleasantlcall Misses Annlo and Edna Mobley who have been visiting Misses Ethel and Oraco Gooch for a week Mada hooch who will visit for two weeks In Lincoln county Journal BROOHEAD lair next week Aug 10 20 and a- GOOD stock scales for tale Apply- at this ollleo St Goon secondhand twohorse wagon for sale Call at this office To Stockcoalbouso before tbo roads get bad J H Baugh man Co JUST received elegant liDo of Chamber Sets from 12liO to 812 CO Farris Co It you need a good second band wa gon or buggy sea us at once Higgins k McKinney DR J D OWSLEY Is havlag a splen did pavement laid In front of hie busi ness buildings ALL prescription work Intrusted to me will bavo my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig S locker JBSSB TRAYLORS Dlx River Mill have bleD put In splendid shape and he is now ready to servo the public in custom grinding etc Give him a trial TUB trustees of ardFmale College received yesterday a dispatch from Prof A H Gnrdmlor of Troy Penn stating that ho had started for this plaoe with a view to taking the prlncl pahhlp of the College here TUIe council of unction City at ltd meeting the other night decided to exempt from taxation lor live years the Curry Grocery Co in the event that corporation rebuilt there A move walI also started to put In alight plant and water works TUB lion Fontaine Fox Bobbltt writes 1 thank the INTRRIOR JOUR NAL for my audience at Gum Sulphur Friday night I had to dismiss them three times before they would leave Some wanted mo to go on until mid night some until daylight I ball probably speak 90 minutes at Lnnoas tar on Monday circuit court day II PAIDMr J H MoAIIstor presl dsntof the Lincoln County Board of In ternal Improvements has paid the judgment rendered by the Casey olr oult court to J J Moore whose daun ter was killed while going through the toll gate near Danville the particulars aaqulotedthe Interests and costs ran the amount up oloae to I150X TUB following appeared In Teeter dos Courier Journal The famous salt water at Crab Orchard located near the railroad station and remem bered by all visitors has been plaoea on the market The Salt Sulphur Wa ter Company has put In complete bottling plant and Is prepared to put this water up in dlllarent si led bottles In Us natural state and carbonated The water Is bottled fresh and sparkling from the well and unlike most sul phur waters Is pleasant to the taste and smell It Is a light salt sulphur and can be drunk In any quantity with out the slightest III effects being the mlldestof purgatives The water Is bottled bv Messrs J W James and A Addams PLEASANT OCCASION The party given by Messrs Joseph McAlister Jr and Foster B McAllster and sls tor Miss Arelhuia McAlisier at their pretty country home Grasmere1 Wednesday evening In honor of Misses Gatllff and Rose and Mr Ed Gatllff of Wllllamsburg was a most delightful one Folly 100 guests were present Uny Sallle Stone Pinkerton Florence My ers and the pretty hostess assisted by Messrs McAllster and J W Rout Jr r goodsto- bo there Delightful refreshments were elegantly served while In a tent In the yard luscious watermelons were partaken of Mrs Hugh Reid preeld ed at the frappe bowl nAYS While et Crab Orchard a short time ago the writer had the pleasure of meeting Capt Cam Hays who fought In Col Naplora reg iment under Gen Morgan It has nev er been our good fortune to meet with a man more typical of theOld South Ho Is about six feet three inches In height with broad shoulders and erect soldierly bearing Though polite hole very reserved until engaged in a dis cussion of the Civil War when behold be Is the same old Rebel of 01 making again the daring raids which have made the name of Morgans men tbe synonym of all that Is bravo and fear less Ho was one of tbo last of the command captured on the great Ohio raid haying succeeded In getting as far as the Pennsylvania lino Ho is still an uoregeneratcd flab says when the Yankees started the recon struction process after the warthoy ov erlooked him Danvlllo News- MATRIMONIAL un Ex Gov Lubbock of Texas Is to bo married the fourth time Ho la 00 years oldWalter Collins aged 20 and Mlsa Mary Bergen 14 were married at Per ryylllo Virgil Lewis and Miss Ira Purdom of Boyle eloped to Jelllco and were married Willis Green Broyloa and Mrs Let tie Gray wore married at Perryvillo WednesdayJohn Price of Atchison Kansas and Miss Fannie Cochran Ballow of Richmond were married yesterday Joseph Skldmoro aged 23 and Maudo Jenkins 17 wero made one a Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman Wednesday A Now York man In spite of tho pro tests of his children celebrated his 25th wedding anniversary on account of tbe fact that be was glad his wife was not alive CHURCH MATTERS Tho South District Association of TuesdayRevday morning Is What are You Going to do About It The South Kentucky Association of United Baptists Is In convention at tbo Fishing Creek Baptist church in Casey countyThe shortage of WlllardS Allen ab sconding treasurer of the Preachers Aid Society of the New England Methodist conference Is fixed at 8110000 Rev O M Huey Is holding an Inter esting meeting at Willow Grove There were three professions Wednesday night The meeting will continue through this week If not longer Rev Martin D Hardln has been call ed to the pastorate of the Charlotte N C church Ho has been pastor of the Second Presbyterian church In Minneapolis Minn for the past few years John Alexander Dowie overseer of the Christian Catholic church In Zion has baon admitted to citizenship In the United States by Judge Geary of tbo superior court of Cook county Illinois Rev Dowie was a native of Scotland AN EXPLANATIONIn the regular order of the union services it was the time to meet at the Methodist church Sunday night But as Bro Huey preached the Sunday evening previous ho and I decided that I should preach at the Disciples Church last Sunday night I accordingly announced tbe services for that church at my morning service I went to the Church of the Disciples at the hour for the evening service and found the church In darkness and the doors unopened I found afterward that no announcement bad been made of tbo service except my an nouncement In tbe morning I feel this explanation due the public and myself P J Ross EnditAll A grievous wall oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver com plaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life rna they put an end to It all Theare gentle but thorough Try them Only 26e Guaran teed byall Drug Stor- esEstrayed or Stolen yearsoldleftside Aay iatorsaatIoe Iwdtn will be paid far OICO W CARTER TBrnerxrllle ELECTION NOTICE I Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April 7 IMS lion JHBWH I lUllty presldlBg with tbe following justices of the Peace towlt J A Uudderur O A Smith F It Compton and W n Wallln Whew at the February term 1008 of juryImpnDeledbulldlDg10lumclentIntended and unsafe for occupancy and di rected tbat such action be taken as neces sary to remedy the defects and avoid the danger complained ot In e ld report of said grand jury and whereas t report of said grand jury has been pres J to this court for consideration and theario having been considered now therefore the whole court slttloff It Is considered by the court tbat the public convenience and safety and the preservation of the public records require that the present Unsafe and Inadequate court house be removed and a new one erected on the present court house lot and It fe so ordered An appropriation of 140000 for this purpose Is hereby ordered subject to tbe ap countytoand ai required laxi For tbe purpose of providing fund thus aporotirlated for the object a aforesaid It Is farther ordered that 40 one thousand aollar lands of the county of Lincoln be prepared as the law directs executed solu and Issued payable to bearer at the Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Kentucky that said bonds be divided Into four series of 110000 each designated aeries A DSO and D respectively Series A to mature In flvo years at the option of the court after three years Series B to ma ortlonofmature In 10 years payable at the option of the court after eight years Series D to mature In U years payable at the option of the court after 12 years All of said bonds shall bear Interest from the 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 have interest coupons attached to each bond which coupon shall be signed by the county clerk only and he shall keep a list of all said bond showing the numbers dates amount time due to whom delivered which shall be carefully preserved In his office and none of said be soli at less than their par value Said bonds shall be signed by tbe judge or the county court and countersigned by tbe county clerk of tbe county It Is further ordered by this court the bonds above mentioned shall be Issued the proposition to Issue saino shall be submitted to of Lincoln county and an election shall be held and a stall be opened at each of the levera- precloltllio county at the regular election to be held In November 1003 which said election does not occur within days from the date of this order at which said regular election November 1003 tho appro priation suggested by this court as directed above submitted to the legal voters of the county for their approval or rejection and M S Banghman slmlff of Lincoln Is hereby directed to adver tise said election and the object thereof for at least 30 days next before the day thereof by printed hand bills posted up at three of the most places In each precinct and at the county scat Said election shall be held by and conducted by the officers ot said regular election In November 1903 In each precinct of said county and during the countyIconducted In all respects under the general election laws obtaining to this Common Thetorder Justice of the Peace J A Dudderur voted Justice of the Peace F II Comp tom voted yeas Justice of the Peace O AI WIA Copy Attest CEO B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court By Ea D PdnnlajWo DO TTiwNow Is The Time a For those who have waited to SAVE MONEY by late buying All Summer Goods Greatly Reduced in Price Ladies and Mens Oxfords Clothing Underwear Odd Pants and Shirts CUTONE FOURTH Some styles Ladies Ox fords at half price Cummins McClary AUGUSTi Is our month for cleaning up remnants from our Spring and Summer stock It is an oppor tunity for our customers who care to buy this late Summer Coats and Pants Mn Low Shoos Straw Hats Ladies and Childrens Slippers liens l Ladies anti Childrens Drop themJREAL REDUCTION Terms Cash I HJgViRoberts CUT PRICES i IOn Wash Skirts Wash Waists Light Skirts Slippers Oxfords 1 liens and Womens fMidSummer CanvassI Sri Such as CombsFansFau ChainsmLace Hose Gloves iijj11 ment i I SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESi i Refrigerators Water Cooler Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Poultr Barb Wire Grass and flush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose 1LITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the post oee at Stanford at condClatt mine- r1TnblSahdTusu YII nci cv1A- Ti PERYEAR CASH oA miD sot sopatdmaoo will beehargsd KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 21 Train going th101pmoM M 121 amOj3 ii II Siuth 12Mpm No 23II FORRENT occupied byWmMy atoreroom recently Severance Will rcnt for one or more years J UOWSLEY J THE Joseph Price Infirmary all the year for the treatment of Is open and for condiseaseschronicandsurgical shall be cash sultation Board and nursing I rind monthly Profes In advnce weekly rendered lonnl bills Sue when services are and must ipaid promptly Giboney F Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty KyC nigh OradoRIgs aDrummers FeedsoldandHones and Mules horses receive personal attention fice TraBlort J DEALERS IN vmisku Brandu Wines Beer j4Giuars Etc Carpenter House n Oloteto STANFORD KY Nothing but the bet Pr planpoIlteatleotlon rApb order receive I to Bronpt drink attention IrI J D WearenIn5UranG6 InsuranceJFire and Tornado The Home of New York the largest In the world Assets 1871063512- Surplus a Iregards pol cy holders property in 4UWW Casey an coin counties Phone 21 Stanfordw Kentucky Iii OMuiionv insurance floent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners andcounties OY Lincoln Casey who may be seeking Insurance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Com represented and the lowest potsible rates are guaranteed Phone r2- Stanford Kentucky For Lila or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oct Myers Hotel Building I 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitablestrongest- in the world Got also a combination Disability polloy in the Fidelity tL Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Acoidont Covers every illness I have had occasion to use your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Mcdl cine and am pleased to lay that I never used anything for stock that gave half u good satisfaction I heartily recom mend It to all owners of tock J B BELSHER SL Louis Mo Sick itock or poultry should not eat cheap stock more than sick persons shouldexpect to be cured When your stock and poultry are sick give them med icine stuff them with worth less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the possiOle and Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady of if taken in a 25cent can PoultryMedicine times over Horses work better Cows give more milk Hogs gain flesh hens laymore It solves the bloodltlHhthe smallest amount of food con sumed Buy a can from your dealer 1r J PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClniMM sad bra ear the h r 1ro4 f a leemlaet powth Nser Tails neeter IIatr to Yaathqi color- Owe p- sJr belt xrnadelr ar frmua NEW LIVERY STABLES WlIuntE it S3N Pms JUNCTION CITY w KY FlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sain Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything first class Porters meet all trains 89 s J H BOONE I CO ProprietorsI LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal J La Beazley Fs Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO OXALItg1Ir FarnitureMattIngsRass Furniture for all They will Exchange kinds of Stock Giro them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ McciMY t1NDEBt AXEtElt- IBALUER And Dcaloarln ABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackachei All diseases Bladder Also Prepay Female Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for It necessary wrlto Ur 1 en net He lias spent a life tlmo curing Just Buck Cases as yours All consultations Dr Fenners Kidney ana llaccacno cure e of twine allvo today I bad weigh 1111 W H McOOGIN Olive Furnace 0 Pruraists Go U Ask for Cook nookFree I STVITUSDANCE TroublesCURE IcarsnndSure Circular Dr Ionnor FredonlaNV 0t15 LeXInGTOn DcmoAc Is the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price5 a Year- It 1 Is especially devoted to the Interests the Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor W P Walton Editor F Pror Lexington Ky wew eo+ ero acau + r J IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR DEST IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OM fr ALL DRUGS IN THIS TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION jyonsLaxative Syrup I Is nude of Cascara SagraiLi and other drugs that are equally as beneficial in the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 and SOc Ikittlcs Ask your Dnat- For Snlo nt Pennys Prug Store THIS AND THAT H L Woodward famous as a trap shooter Is dead- Thousands of miners ate on strike in and around Cripple Creek Col a It is estimated that a half million men are affected by the strike in Russia Oliver Everett Roberts formerly United Slates Consul at Hong Kong ii deadDr R SI Shea one of Knoxvilles of leading business lOon died suddenly of heart failure The 40th session of the International Typographical Union is being held in WashingtonArthur of Geneva Ilender son county died from wounds indicted with suicidal intent A movement is said to be on foot to colonize 600000 negroes from the South in the Eastern States A Gravos county boy wounded his stator while shooting at the man with whom she was eloping One hundred persons were killed as the result of a tunnel accident on the under ground railway in fart- Ed Williams colored killed a colored woman named Bettie Green in Lexington a by choking her to death A Catlctteburg man shot and fatally wounded his wifes divorced husband Jealousy caused the tragedy Pope Pius snccumbcd to strain of the coronation ceremonies and suffered a fainting fit He soon revived The marriage of Senator Hey burn and the sweethert of his boyhood will take place in Philadelphia Wednesday In a fight between Italian and Amer loan miners at WHaonburg W Va one Italian was killed and several were wounded Itcpoits show that more distiller liquor is now in bond in this district than in any other in the United States Lou laville Times William McCullom the Clay county murdcrerwho was arrested In Indian several days ago has been placed in jail at ManchesterMany changes in ha lawsI were agreed upon by the International Typographical Union at Its convention in Washington Thirty seven cents contributed by aI poor widow was the btart of a S 12000 mislonary collection taken up by the tier Dr Simpson Two persons were seriously injured and 17 others hurt in a wreck ou tin Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad near Schell City Mo Kent Stow a prominent young man of Buffalo NY shot and killed his wife there and committed suicide Illness is believed to have caused the deed As the result of a neighborhood feud William Cooper and his son James are dead and Samual Barrntt severely wounded in Woodward county Okla Secretary of the Treasury Shaw hat appointed James L Gerry to be chief ot the customs division of the Department vice John R Garrison recently transfer redThe Government crop report gives the condition of corn on August 1 as 707 cud spring wheat as 77 I The winter wheat crop is estimated at 410000000 bushels The most searching Investigation has been ordered by Oov Terrell of Georgia ot the reported brutal whipping of a Young female prisoner on the State con viet farm Dr B D Gray has resigned the presl doncyof Georgetown College to accept the position of secretary to the Homo Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention President Roosevelt has addressed a letter to Gov Durbin of Indiana de nouncing lynching dud complimenting the Governor on the stand he took during the recent race riots in tho State Postmaster General Payne has decided to make the experiment of employing baggage men on trains which are not provided with postal clerks to take charge of and deliver and open newspaper mull- Samuel Gompnrs president of the American Federation Labor has issued a challenge inviting Mr D M Parry president of the National Manufacturers Association to meet him on the stump and discuss unionism Elvis H Porter defeated candidate for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of Howling Green together with four defeated candidates for the Council has tiled a notice contesting the primary- f alleging that it was unfair Undertaken test bodies to see if Ufo is extinct by raising a blister with a match if it fills with water life Is not yet extinct If the cut made for the embalming syringe bleeds the body Is I alive The only absolutely certain sign however la beginning decomposition lrXe te ITheginning on September dand oontlnuingI 10 days The body of Don Alexander was wellknown Louisville railroad maDjb was incinerated at the Cincinnati cree matoryThe remains of Brig Gen Albert E Woodion U S A retired and formerly Kentucky were buried in Arlington cemetery Washington A mob ot Italians attempted to lynch one of their countrymen who had wound alOGeodedinA man who has been traveling in Iowa has hit upon odd use of corncobs He says I made a trill through a big part of Iowa recently and I found several grainshipping towns that had corncob sidewalks They are a little naught at first but when the cobs become trampled down the walk is smooth The moat polite won in the world live In Knows At Iola a husband suing for divorce recited In his petition that tile said defendant has acted in such a way that the said husband has had difficulty in distinguishing her treatment of him a husband from her treatment of other who bore no such relation to her Among the many presents received by I the Czar last Easter the offering of a Siberian convict attracted special atteu tlon and the Guar is said to have derives extraordinary pleasure from It It consisted of a nut tho hollow of which contained a chessboard with all the men artistically carved in bone The convict had worked on it for many months Dysentery Cured Without Aid of a Doctor I am Just up from a hard spell of the flux dysentery says Mr T A Inner a well known merchant of Drnmmond TeDnhi used one small bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured without having a doctor I consider It the best cholera medicine In the world There is no need of employing a doctor when thin remedy is used for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults It never fails and Is pleaiont to take For sale by WN Craig L R Hughes Secretary 6V Treasurer Central Kentucky ReaIEstateExcftangeTITLE Stanford Ky I No 18owe and lot In SUnfonlflte roomtbill poreb la the rear goof tirJtn neighborhood doee tochrehasodschool Ilor Imall tam 117 lite 10 NollIowe anil lot ID Stanford ileuM eon doe Svc roouu hood tubl and 5 tern of land well fenced One of preltlMl building let In town room In front for two other cottage or a 1 itorr front could W built to the cottage soil U jade a beautiful home Wilt Le sold chop at tht owner mUM hats money INo 4Two torr In dwelling 7 room hall and Ttnnda Hood garden tenting and house In good repair For sal or rent 1rlc reawntblt No 3lIouod lot In Stanford Thne room and front porch Cool garden and stab Good repair Will U Mid cheap No 7 HOUM and lot Stanford JVj roouu lioodgarden amok and coal house only 1300 1008 Farm 01S6lerlll 2 tulle 1mm Stan lord on eonnty rod 3 acres Iii eultUalten acreo In pasture Z good orchard and rest In tlmtxr Two mail cottage good hues and outbuilding well rattled and teueing faIrly good Clare tan he ought at your priM II owner llru In Indinapo Ila and mutt hart mone- yNolVDwllingofelx r008l1ball and porch ectewry Oulba111dags glNen large two ear slur room 311180 fret tower roew supplie- dltboounteneheireseta Water Indweillegsoilt- orvroom also IItern ell on place SmaU lot back of tore UM mile from 11u1Wia p in l and dwdllM originally Oust 1100 anJiioreoierfllMt Will sell both fur Mfo or arfarateivNo mull of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrtck dwelling S room two taunt hewn twe tarsi IDd tjiriog near dwelling ftnu I a blfk tate of culllraUoB 1W urN near bottom I ted good ftwclng fruit ete Price 83780 an acre Ne ll ItXi aces W and lID I MMUr street In Crab Orchard pptwIUSprlMJ In gnu no In proT oi iiUeioe t large It Uarn abuwlaire W oak water 1reitleitbutkllBg site lu town Irtee noM No It so 4 acre of land near Crab Orchard eheap No W Twoitorr house D room ballTtranila 12 acre iplwlU land adjotalnfflo Stanford Prop qty In good rvpilr water and In II UM cia tern at JlMutltUl home 1dnlg0o0 ho XI Owrillnitof 1 room with u acres UnJ Moreland Hood barn and uecnury oulbutld lngil weld In orchard and 2 acre in ilrawbrrrlM Imniellatc pOMrtttan lrlM tore Na M Frame hotel large room double reran dl hallway Etc A large 2 story liorerooni fronting tnl SO loot true hotel up stain lulta ble lord log 2 nice cottage nicely furnlibed papered and painted 4 room and veranda each A rye on wile used U Iblo loaf gIn Ysesnt lot siIJoloing 50 fret front roo feet All or this I la London Ky and Is a IIn chance foraoiuebne to make money Ioprlelor hai refuted to rent fur 150 per month Onarouotuflfbealiholhis wife only reaion for proprietor desires to exchanger farm In Lincoln county No 5I A farm of SOO acre In Lincoln county Three good dwelling 3 good birni and the out building cb home barn etc about center of 100 acre Ml on county road mite from church school sod Lau well and well watered This as good tobacco farm and would lull two or three fimlllee that might want to como from the asrno neighborhood Price reasonable No SB Houte and firs acres of land In 3IcKl- nny K Neceiaary outbuilding Fencing goof and well watered WIU tell this place on easy term No 36 QouBeandK acre ol land within 1u mile of Stanford louse contain Ore room Tiranda etc newly painted large new turn corn- crib Inau etc All bulldog sail fencing In ipleodld repair Well watered This la a most dnlrabl home Price 11IlOO No g9TwoStocks 011lOOlll for NIL For per tlculan addree Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex chanted Title Co yIinC course of study vU Atrrlculturnl l cal Physical Normal School Vlalcal Mechanical Raclneerlne Kleotrloal KnRlnrr lag Civil Engineering each of which extends over tour lean aNd lends to a degree t05t Graduate studies are also provWtd leading each lu a Muter degree Beets eourco ot study la organized under a The ronernl faculty Rumba nearly s prnfMor and Inatructor RUNTY receive tuition room rent In dor IOllorllltl fuel and Ii ht and It they remain 10 moattl ttaveliste expenses The lubrotorle and mueeuma are large comprehensive modern WOIlIUIIldThe Legislature appropriated J40090 for for wom u and rion0 for drill ball and RTiBOMlum for won The latter Is completednod In use tho former will be ready for occupancy In October J Military tactics and science are fully tlrroltled for as required by Oongres- Onduotes from the several courses of study readily hit ucellat poettloxs and liberal 1reauaentlon The demand is largely In excess of trio ability or use College to supply year matriculation list was 501 Summer schools are provided for Pedagogy Engineering and instruction In Science Specialists with the necessary of asIstanU have charlie of cacti department of Natural Science The State Qollcgo of Kentucky though hearing hitherto tho title of OOUBIE Is tho only Institution In the Oomuwnwonlth doing In any proper souse University work The completion of tho College Homo for young women will facllltle for good board and lodging It Is uqnlll with convenience Including lath rooms and room for physical culture It will be heated by steam and lighted by oliitrlelty An U to them of a education In Olaulra Modern Lao Iolltlcalfaomy II KentuckyIorregardingcoupes i f and terms of admission apply to JIM 1C IATTEHSOX In P Or to D O KIUZBC llulnw Agent Luxtsoios Kr Pall term begin September T tool II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK to CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J B Paxton J n Owsley 811 Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Darter Sueeestor to The Partners link A Trent Owopany and aader save maoajement eoDtlauoiHly for M year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such brine relation will prove mutually benelelal First National BankStanford Ny CapItal Stock 500001 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit stank of la 1055a then reorganized as the National flank of Stanford In lied and again reorganlied as the First National Bask of Stanford In 1552 haying had practically aa unlnter rupted existence for 4S Year It is better supplied now with facilities for transact log business promptly and welt than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers Directors NOTICEI purchased the interest of J Warren hooker business of Craig hooker A continuance of your patronage will ba appre ciated an assurance of prompt and odiciont service horo givenrhhoso indebted to will greatly favor mo settling their C accounts WILL N CRAIG Successor Craig II No a7Two story eight room frame dwelling In Stanford Large garden and lot ThU Boo of the moat dMlraW hours la Prk rtuunaUe No 15A nice cottage and lot on Lancaittr street Huutard 7 room cistern etc Coot II tl0oaiacres nest HuitenTlll Dwelling of eight rooms ball Twin la etc Ooe tenant house stock barn large tokaaco barn and other outbuilding Clttwn and rood well In th yard and water In UHy dd on the plac Farm cut In wren Old and finlcUa laud No IIGA la m of 19 acres itwelllag tour roams good dock bulldloxi rVoTlug IUnUa rest In btu eras lac than half prom turapUa We Offer thli plate fer only JW per act No g1fland In ItockeaitU fer til or exchange Hat all aeroaary ImpnTetacnti well watered Ac Will boned it a bargain No 5OFarm of ICO oem illualrd near King Ky In acre la cultlralUn N la titabnrint In ran well watrnl two gel harm and other outbuilding ooo repair VelUntr lnU ly new I r cliurchea tofeeanlCidepotschool pa lrepertyleae- Akaol county road and Ia the seat dlrloIe tire lnthat section Ws wilt all tbswhole fan for nKM or la J of not Ins than M acre to Itpurchaier This certainly cheap property No ILFarm of 71 now seer Vayn tiurg Dwelling MOOd barn etc Well watered feuetBj In gaol repair PMlucuee flux laud in pied aemyhburboodekes to ckc- aedongeed read 3750 No M A Una el 106 sew la Cay tennty Ky Oae and o e half utory dwellla with ilz roses yowl here and other MtbulMtai Sixty sera In culllraiton 46 sera la tlaiWr fruit tree etc LaJwell on county rows close to tkiirabe shed eta Irk only WOO Nosa lfeeaudoaeacre Iud lions two seven KMHM verecler oaretc All nee oUlbtttlJlnp Kiln 1arue Fern all l4euild pa1r n newly pated and areril- ld door flied genies and urge ban lot Plenty of fruit on pause Trace 11100 No 2l50ueaof laud In Fend eeunl Xao air rail from railroad and ti Mil from Arkanaat river Seventy aereaoflaad It river bottom II flntelau land ld In gnus This laud It for ale or cxthange C No 9A farm of 112 sew four tulle from Fan lke In the county well watered fortllont dwtillr front rfke all niowtfv tlulblldlng Asplendid bluesgrwfenaandonb- Seminutesddvefrom county teal Owner nn larm this hit recently refuted tU vet acre We otter thli it W780 olU tItIln Calle count Two A bargain at iwu No B7Farraofll5acre In Casey county A story 8 room frame dwelling and old Swelling In fair condition llama sod other out bulldlop On county rood tplendld tobacco land well watered two spring etc This U a de suable home 1rlce IIWW No SiTwotory siren room trims dwelling veranda Ac and A true of land In Uarrard sun ty LalKllbarn soil other neceuarv outbuild Church and school house right at d- oorThet on rremlcon talnlcg anlro larg of general mer This Is a iplendld business stand twin- locatrdstcrosaptkesand 112000 to llOOOg bwlneosa miles from this plait on same pike a stock of general merchandl blramount to about ISOO per month There are two wells and a cittern on and all the building are In lndld Will sell the property sod stock of good separately or will exchange either or both for farming This U a splendid opportu oily tor any one wlihlog to go Into business Officers B n SHANKS President tiI J n OWSLEY Cashier W M nntolirIAtsl Cashier J S ROCKER Prest J J MoROtlEKTS Olin W IL WEAKEN Bkpr P Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Stanford W P Walton Lexington B II Ilauchtnan Stanford T P lllll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble f J II Hauebman Stanford W P Tate Stanford have in the is tho firm by to A louD town good fnui wile Tllle alone sins nlecnt all year looker IKyHookerII iwellwateredeotynS- s0elds0hcrnln otbeistorylwdandlogwdcammunlly lcKlaneyM I oNe C land la KlapTllle Ky Large barn snot bow repairPriceNo M Play frill near Pleaunt IVvIat Ky t Frame beuImoms and porch Barn and other outbutMlDgi s asses In mltlTallon rot In Um ber IOllloacbOOlIbuntbIoU all J rireeabNe 40 crr near Utxlheid Nlr ratUxe tenant lame 1 birni etc 1Jag and well WilllsellIfenBIIworexchangeltfor rty county No a l lnaen of land from Somenet t Ky Detdt Forty healer coltlta tkt 4e arm In Pasture balance la Hweii ti fog contain seven reottIL Larce burn sod all ne lIadidN I sera el unimproved land In Iron count Me U uille Iron tabula station on Iron Mountain roux Will sell ur exchange fjr ern In lAocoln county countytllnrremciveaadWurgrasuexceptieacresnowaatelaodFlnel t bianrbe through the 4ace The land Ii rlh aid produeilfe grows beep and tobacco Newly ten Ml with wire lid locust A orhaiJ 4 luproretiwBli a Mifw lwetryelht mom fra e- dwelllcg wardrIln each roo pantries cellar etc newly oov re l and p int l teniut bonfc lara and other outbuilding all In good ronjn c- Ia gout neighborhood hear church ruool iltiK puOoraee list tare within 400 yard of hOIlliU place wl U old cheap Ne 2 HMllfarMS7ani a mlln from htar toN HOUMO four goal runes hark pond an I TeraDda lined barn and other bullillogi In gw1- rpalr Cut Infix aeidi well fenced au arrc i- UcelnvatIe0neletsin fruit tree root IlovgktatcMunlnloteraaileat bargain antan be teld at bargain Silo to and rhun n Price fU acre land adjoining told fur fid and fU hlilaborgsin- Nols BeInca good iandTwo story six room dwelling bro moke Whole place in lUlU watered and building In goo l coed11 1Noajrularxl Aecterfalllo well liprlr 2 Femlac D condition Cheap plav else to town Will stilt a small family InUorolorountyS tenant bouts barn room for over 200 head ol stuck and all other nertuary outbuilding all In good lr Clow to chunk achool psitomc railroad and In gout neighborhood 400 erne In eulilratlon rest In Irate and timber etc This It an Ideal country home naa all ronreflieneaoO seal etc Well watered with H nerer fatting iirlDgf etc IVtce rMuonable No 4lIMacrei near Jumbo 200 acre In curd ration rest In timber six dwelling on place fire nf them new two tobacco buns end lugs stock liarn blackimlthahop liable etc Young orchard streams run through flace On county rod sail 3tn yard from a school church and In good neighborhood will sell or exchange at reasonable tigurri No 11 Two itory wren room frame delllnltreranda etc One story storeroom 20xCO two btclnllll shop tenant hove table crib and ware house Ktery building sew sod fencing In tine ihipe All of th property la In lluitonrllle Kyandwewill sell It II a whops or sell eeoh plan separately Well at each stable and cistern It house For ell addiesitheabore named see r- eNo678acres land In Pnachenrllle Ky Two Swellings each lyraatoryand each houto contain tx room Large convenient barn Well watamh Clou to church achool etc and In splendid neigh borbood Owner of property U la 8L and anxious to tell