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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ik r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1903 SAM NO 00 HARVEY HELM IIliON Son Whose Chances to Represent Grow Brighter Each Day HUBULEIMill Nell returned to her homo slier a visit to MM J C Eubanki Due Rankln Will up from Wayne tail week Wm Currr has purchased a term near Camp Dick Robuton sod wilt move to It la tbo early fall Wo re Bret very much to give up him and his good family Mr a Mattle Hudson of Somerset U with her mother Mrs R L White MM S H fickle and daughter Mln Deitle bare returned to tbelr homo at Powder Springs Tenn The protracted meeting at tho Chris tlan church oloied Sunday night Good crowds attended each night Tnfl meet log resulted In six addition and the member were greatly benefited Jdhn Roblnion told tome hog to Wm Lawson at 5c Albert Sloan pur chased tome bar from U A Swine broad at III per ton delivered on the cars to be shipped to the mountalni Several small crop of wheat have been sold to Lancaiier parties at G- C Rankln bought a work mule of John Underwood for 1165 J F Rig ooy pld hit twovcar old mute to M Eabanki at 185 Eggs have advanc ed on this market to ISio James Rogers of tlcdgovUlo is dan gorouity of pneumonia James En gleraan and wife are spending a tow days with relatives here before going to Colorado their future home Mr T C Rankln U on the sick list John Cbrliman baa rented the Dr Barlan farm of R L Hubble and will move to It Jan 1 C P Blank was here from Indiana last week on business LIBERTY Fair all tbo talk now Bro Montgomery la at Drub Creek Be ure to attend the fair next week Most all the fair going people are at Columbia this week Tbo band left Monday for the Colum bia fair and have phoned back that they aro having a royal time Mrs Ella Wilkinson Is visiting Miss Stella Hudson at Dunnvllle who It Very low with consumption M L Sharp was In Danville on business Mr Lena Glboncy and children wero shopping at Danville G R Wilkin t son left Wednesday with a drove of beep for tbo bluo grass Mrs Rachel Montgomery and Mrs Molllo Portman have returned from a visit to their old home In Adair James MoWbortor of Mlddloburg was hero on business Mrs Sarah Mc IClnJey and daughter ot Grove were hero Wednesday on business Miss Jennie Belden of JetTeraonvlllo la vis iting her Rrandfatber Judge Belden OUt Jeffrie will be rlnc master at the fair MUs Alice Cabell of Iluiton vllle U visiting her sister Mr W D Stagg Judge Stone U assistant cash ier at the bank while A P Young le attending the Columbia fairy Boy Cured of Colic after Physi hadftaken with colic and cramps in his stomach I sent for the doctor and ho injects morphine but the child kept getting I worse I then gave him halt a teaspoonful of chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half an hour bo was sleeping and soon recover edF L WIIKINS Shell Lake WI Mr Wilkins Is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by W N Crate Remit us for your subvcrlptlo CEDAR CREEK Mrs Sallle Pcnnlngtonliat Preach eravlllo attending tbo holiness meeting being bold by Rev Johnson There will ba a meeting at Sugar Grove next Saturday night Sunday morning and night Everybody Is invited to come Mine Mollle MoFadden and Boulah Edwards acd Thomas 0 Manuel visited relative hero tail week Mu E O Singleton attended the meeting at Preacberavllle Sunday Leonard Hampton has Improved the appearance of his cottage by a coat of patnl and paper Wo tblnk Leonard bat been keeping batch long enough It surely mean something Elmore Slier and Oscar Manuel wero palnfnlly hurt at Sugar Grovo school Mondar In trying to catch a ball they ran together the former sustaining a broken note and the latter a gash In the bead The organ that was bought for tbo Sunday school here arrived Wednesday We are very much pleated with It and with to thank tho people for their liberal donations toward helplo- pay for It- Wallace Oliver who was reported killed In a wreck at Lexington III not dead as was stated and It Is thought be will recover Do a well known young man of Eubank tic lost a limb and U now In the Lexington Hospital He a nephew of C G Ware of tbl placeMitchell Wbltt has gone to New AU bony where ho bat a good position Hit family will join him later Mford Junes visited his homefolk hero lat week C G Waro and family visited relatives Eubanks last week Marvin McPadden was at homo from tho mountains Sunday MUs Lula Chand ler left Sunday to visit relatives at SpringfieldMr Tapp died at her homo at Stonlngton III of cancer fro which she suffered for several year She was about 37 year old and left hero last spring with her husband and children to seek health but the doctor there could give her no relief or encouragement She bal formerly lived at Rowland where the bad many frlendt Sho was a member of tbo Methodist church PLEASANT POINT There will bo a n ice cream supper at the G A R grounds on tbo evening of Aug 21 for tbo purpose of raising funds for a libra ry for the school Everybody U cor dially Invited Mr Eliza Padgett who has been sick for quite a while at a tbo point of death MU Leeia Mur phy has returned homo from Winches I tor Mr and Mrs Frank Scott accom panied her Ron Thompson and Car rier are holding a revival at the Meth odlH church near Klngsvllle Tom Alford and family were visiting rela tive near Ewcll Mrs Magglo Single ton woe visiting at Sam Reynolds re cently Rev Thompson began a meet log at Highland Sunday night Dysentery Cured Without Aid of a Docto- rI am just up from a hard spell of the flux dysentery says Mr T A Pinner a well known merchant of Drummond Tenn I used one small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured without having a doctor I consider It the brst cholera medicine in the world There is no need of employing a doctor when this ClnIprescribe a better for bowel complaint in any form either for children pleuentI NEWS NOTES Diamonds rubles und sapphires have been discovered In Liberia A two yoar old child was killed bya game rooster at Elwood Ind The Hamburg Amorlcaa has made arrangements to place ships on the Pa clflo TboColored Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons U In annual session at Paris Tbo National Association of Master Bakers Is In annual convention at Philadelphia Tbo temperance people aro making a delpcratp flht against the saloons In g Hopkins county- L H Buster assessor of Russell county Is dead Ho was III two years with consumption A girl burglar after a quarrel with her lover at Anderson Ind robbed a minister and was arrested Two llitle daughter of Thomas Seer of Carpenter Ky were drown ed In the Cumberland river One motorman was kllltd another fatally hurt and 26 passengers Injured In a headon collision near Carthage MoA Chinese warship collided with a Candlao Pacific railroad steamer and was sunk A number of lives wore lost A Chicago physician claims to be able to euro lockjaw by means of hypodermic Injections of salts of calcium and potassium The dead body of four yearold Al honso Wilma horribly mutilated was found wedged In between molding boxes at Detroit Mich Orville Turner of Newport made two attempts to kidnap his child from his wife at Atbury Park N J and was placed behind the bare Thomas R Morgan a millionaire sash and door manufacturer of Othkotn WI was shot and killed by Frederick Uampel R discharged cm ploro to a elxhou s battle near Monastlr Macedonia between Insurgents and Turkish troops 210 Turks were killed or wounded The Insurgents loss It not known According to statistics recently complied by exports the cost of living In the district of Chicago where the union workmen live has Increased 15 per cent in tbo past five year John A McCall president of a Now York life Insurance corporation denies that be has been offered tbo Secretary ship of War and declare he would not accept the portfolio If tendered colgwith the steamer Empress of In dla near Hong Kong and sank In a few seconds Fourteen of her men wero drowned whllo 170 wero rescued WlnOeld Baker the Kentucky moun taineer who is under Indictment for participation In the recent riots ahd lynching at Danville III has asked permission to arguo his own case The request will be granted By an agreement between miners and operators the Arbitration Commie slon at Birmingham will put a stop to the employment of boys under 14 years of ego In the mines to which the Arbitration now in progress applies The special term of the Owsley Clr cult Court Is now In progress at Boone villa and several Indictments In recent murder eases have been returned So thm assasslnattoc of County Judgo Hyden a year ago Chicago capitalists bavo evolved a plan to harness the falls of the Ohio river and to furnish heat light and power for Loul vllleJotlereonyillo and Now Albany If approved by the Gov crnment the powerhouse will be built between Jeffcrsonvllle and New Albany on the Indiana side- KINGSVILLE lien Harvey Glass of Somerset the pastor of his church thorn and at Burn side has boon visiting the family ot J A McKee The Christian church is undergoing repairs It will be in readiness for the protracted meeting which begins tbo third Sunday in October Rev Joee- announced Sunday that Rev Berry o Paducah bad accepted an invitation assist in the meeting which is agree able to everyone as bo Is universally popular Don Harvey Helm and Miss Bruce a handsome young lady of Stanford were hero Saturday Mr A 0 Sine of Stanford Is here In the interest of the Maccabees Our town is to have a Maccabeo Hall W R Cundlff erst while station agent hero but now of Somerset was hero Sunday T V Ferrell of Somerset was here recent ly Miss Effle B Carey went to Stan ford Saturday where she took tbe train for Lebanon Junction where she was called by the Illness Mrs Mary Ca ray Mrs Rlgney mother of George and Robin Rlgney suffered a slight stroke of paralysis Mr Hodges of the firm of Campbell tale lag his vaoattonjin Northern Michigan HUSTONVILLE 1attendedThe Liberty Fair will bo liberally patronized by West EodaretJohn Goode and wife of Covington aro visiting his father J P Goode Dr Brown has embarked In the Belgian barn business and has completed and stocked an uptodate rabltry We aro authorized to announce totbo volute of Lincoln county ono of ouri popular and highly esteemed farmers and business men of tbe West End as a candidate for the office of assessor The i 1Joenamed Dunn ad llvingnearParksvllle wero arrested by officers of Casey and landed In the Liberty jail They are 4atFrankwere found In their possession and fully Identified Tbe buckboard was at Wash Drowns when tbe wheels wero taken Tbo Kentucky Feed Trough belcg manufactured by T L Carpenter was exhibited at the Lexington fair and j met with tbe most favorable comment by all breeders of horses mules and licks Testimonials from such men as 3 F McMeckln Sanford Lyne P T Gentry Sons John H Morris Ed Hopper and many other who are using them speak in the highest terms of this timely Invention of tbe 20th century and that they would pay three times tbo price for them rather than do with out them Leslie Cox of Atlanta Ga secretary to President Wlckersham of tbo At loafs and West Point railroad Is vis iting friends In our city He is a gen tIe maD In its broadest sense and a hue loess men of rare ability and bis friends In Kentucky are legion Val Morse Jerry Adams and O S Wil liam are fishing at Mlddleaboro this week MM Will Cabbell of Lebanon and son and daughter are visiting Mr Frances Cabbell MUs Anna Crow Is home from an extended visit to friends In Central Kentucky Doc Dryc Lee Reid Judge Myera and W W Lyon are among our city zees who are attending Columbia fair this week Miss Maude Vanarsdale U visiting Mr and Mrs B C Allen at Harrodsburg The Beaver Creek Oil and Gas Cos greatest trouble since their One strike In No 0 last week Is storage capacity for their oil They have two large tanks filled this week and could easily fill two others They will arrange this Immediately and Field Manager S M Owens will locate tbe stake for No7 and the good work will go merrily on LAND CROP3ETC ESTRAYED Two Soutbdown bucks Information rewarded Je Eubanks Hubble Ky 2t W Wnaley of Paris bought of J W Jacoby Kenney Nichols and John Steele a car load of fat hogs that av raged 300 pounds at 155 FOR RENT For next year my farm of 225 acres near Morcland adjoining B B King 100 acres to go in wheat or rye this fall Write M J Hoffman Wllllauisburg Ky 4t Several mules wero sold to W S Dryo of fiustonvilieyesterday H B Newell sold a pair of horse mules for S203 Mr Turpln sold a rough one for 1d5SomcreetJournal McAlister Bros1 Mattle H won the Kentucky Stock Farm Stake at Brigh ton Tuesday distancing the field Best time 2Hl This mare was distanced at tbe Crab Orchard fair which shows how fast they go In tbe East End SmithNeil bought in Metcalfo county cattle at 2K to 3Jc They bought In Oumberland 75 cattle at same price and bought two mules from J D Parrlsh for 1320 ono horse from Mr Davis for 100 J G McCaffrce showed us a leaf of his tobacco that measured 45 Inches in length Ho has about two acres and many of the leaves will mess ure 20 inches across It will bo ready for the stick in about two weeks W H Flowers sold his twoyearold Pea cock maro to Wilson Bros for 8300 Adair Newt Preventedf thatto a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system or despondency Invariable precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which wakes suicide likely At the first thought of sell destruction tako Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 60c Sail faction guaranteed by all Druggist farmerNIcboasvllle When you want physio that is mild and gentle envy to take and cerliao to act always use Chamberlains Rtomach swdLivetTablete For tale by CraIg Hocker We have quite a number of nice Fancy Suits left from this seasons stock We dont want to pack any of them away So if you have the cash and are in need of a Suit we can get together easily because the Suits are marked down to COST and LESS IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied Te o mILLER Danville KB SPECIAL SALE O Buggies and Surreys For the next 15 Java Cut this Out And it will be wo- rth5OO Credit to ygu on uBig gy or Surrey Only one credit on each Job sold sesssss assea J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky IPURE VINEGARS p impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is a mistaken idea however H J Heinz Co are perfectly reliable and supply pure foods only Their Vinegars fully comply with the Pure Food Laws not only of every State in the Union but of every country in the world We sell and place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Vln egar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Cornell HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 perpent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go far ther and last longer than over before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to Use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate itsQUALITY Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky CHRISTIAN COLLEGE e ssorssssr earsss Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Tbe president is graduate of Kentucky University and ho spent several years in the College of Germany where he secured the Ph D degree lie will be assisted by a full corps of experienced teachers t SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 t 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 and the Languages aad Modern Now and modern buildings Handsomely furnished Swimming Pool C Most lid healthful loco Uon For catalogue address B C HERMAN President Lexington Ky t 5 l rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL C WALTON rETHOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a onJIiatt for SheriB of Lincoln county sutject to the actlen of the democratic r rty GEO W DE BORD aCanaUatefotSheriff of Lincoln county sutject to tot action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is acaniUate for sheriff of Lincoln county sulject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of Ibe democratic rany WIHERRIN Is a candidate for JaHer subject to the action Ihe democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democrat party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Representative of Dacota ca subject to the action of the +Hon ratty Democratic Ticket For Governor J C W BECK1IA21 For LieumallGOrtfHQl J W P T1IORXE For Auditor qf State- S W EAGER For Treasurer H JT BOSWORTH Far Attorney General R B IfA 1- 8r Fer Secretary qf State JT V UcCUESXEY FIr Svperintendenl of Public nllM4cllon J 1L FUQUA For Gomminioner qf Apricttliure HUBERT VREELAXD For Clerk of Cotirf Appeals J UORGAX CnUfX For Railroad Commissioner ffiSfft C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge W COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk r J F HOLDAM For RepretenUtlve J M ALVERSON TUB growth ot electrical power In the United States is shown by a preliminary and belated report from the Census OOlce They do not Include either telephone or telegraph figures which will be Issued separately They represent central stations only omitting Isolated plants plants open- edf by electric railroad companies Idle plants and planta undergoing con etructlon The concentration of thce figures emphasizes the pbenomen development of electrical Industrie- ehowingf thatjwlthln specific limited category the capital invested in plants r alone exceeds 1500000090 the gro88 Income exceedel85000000 and ealarl and wages amount to nearly 121000 000 Tbeso figures are the first and only authentic ones on electrical In dustrles in the United States There la no reason to doubt that the next bulletin will manliest during the year just closed the greatest progress made y la applied electricity in any country In any year of the world IT doesnt take long for some people to reach tame through fortune Six years ago Pedro Alvarado of Cblbu bus Mexico was a barefooted peOD working in ajmlne at 30 cents a day He discovered the Palmlllo mlno and ala wealth la now estimated at 185000 000 no has nolfaith in hanks and it Is said that sliver bars worth great sums Are locked In a eteel cage in his pall tial home near Parral constant guarded by a strong force of men Less than a year ago Alvarado took his first ride on a train t TUB Democratic State Campalgi Committee has opened headquarters at t Seelbacha Hotel Louisville Room 47 will be the general headquarter while 46 will be reserved for Judge S W Hagcr toe chairman In addition to Booms 40 and 47 room 1 has been reserved for Mr John A Fulton who will have need for a private apartment wbere he can attend to his correspon deuce without interruption TUB last Issue of the Danville Advocate was a hummer POLITICAL The Republicans of the 23 Judicial district in convention at Beattvvllle nominated T B Blakey for Circuit Judge and J R Adams for Common wealths Attorney- It has been discovered that Livings f ton McCartney Republican nominee for State Superintendent voted In the Democratic primary In Henderson county last March Nebraska Republicans in convention at Lincoln nominated J B Barnes for Supreme Judge and Indorsed John L Webster of Nebraska for the Republican nomination for Vice President The platform Indorsee Roosevelt lor IdIeucy t Massachusetts Democrats are con elderlnc the nomination of Gen N e18on A Miles for governor believing be- could carry the State and be In line fer the presidential nomination Many high salarlcd clerks In tbe Poatofllca Department will be dls charged for the good of the servlce because they had guilty knowledg of the frauds recently uncovered MIDDLEBURG Quito a number of youngsters took In the excursion to Cincinnati Sunda Rev F L Creech of Oddvllle filled the Methodist church pulpit Sunday night Mrs Emma Drve has been appointed postmaster at this place vice the res Ignatlon of her brother Jasper J Wes ley to take caect Oct let The office will continue to be kept at the general store of C L Pruitt The republican county committee met at Liberty Monday and after some wrangling a call for a primary to bo held Saturday Oct 3 for the purpose of nominating candidates for the OfilCC of Representative and circuit clcrk iras made Mr Alvah Lucas who has contrlbu ed to these columns during tho absence of the writer and since happened to very painful accident Monday by cou ng In contact with tho further extrem- Ities of a mocus mule which he has been training for the Liberty fair Mr M W Jones one of our bcs cit- Izens Is very ill with eymtoms of ty hold fever and Dr I C Dye of Liberty was taken suddenly at the res- Idence of his son W T Dye Friday Ight and was not expected to live Saturday but afterward rallied and was able to return home Sunday News comes from Somerset to the effect that J T Hogue of this place who recently fell from a car while pan InJ throughlJKlnga Mountain tunncl Is getting along nicely and on a fairI road to recovery Hogues right arm was cut off close to the shoulder and- he was otherwise bruised up He was a Q J C brakeman The fairgoing populace aro now eking forward to the Liberty fair wblch will begin on Wednesday next mtlnulng over Friday The program la a lengthy one and good tbrougbov the premiums liberal Stock from dUo ferent sections of the Blue Grass will- be on hand The Mt Vernon band has been engaged to render the music Tbe pro pects for a successful meeting are- moslo flattering The postmaster at this place Is in rc- celpt of advlcd from H G Rising of Louisville special agent and examiner of rural free delivery service to the effect that he would be here ThuradS August 20lb for the purpose of love thtatlnJ one rural route emanatlc from MIddleburg also that examination of applicants for tho position of- carrier We will not be so premature BS to predict the result but herela hop- Ing that the project will not die c bornlnttas most of them for this sec- tlon do Mrs Ellen Hicks the beloved wife of Mr Alex Hicks and a most estimable lady died Saturday after a long- and painful Illness She received a alyito stroke in February last and- bas gradually grown worse She had been married twice her first husband being Randolph Cloyd who died some- 40odd years ago and to which union five children were born two daughter Bnd three eons the latter William Jamesland Thoraa Cloyd She loon- after married Mr Hicks who with toS- OilS and a daughter survive to mourn- the loss of a devoted wife and lovlni mother Deceased was In her 80th- year and was a most devoted membe of the Christian church There has been quite a religion awakening in this section of late and- which let us hope will result in last log good The revival closed at tbe Christian church Thursday night wltl ten additions This meeting was conducted by Elders C E Powell of Stao- and the pastor J Q Montgomery Reve L G Godboy and F L Creech- have just closed a successful series o r meeting at Bruces Chapel Revs W R Davidson of Shelby City and Wm- Tilford are lolajprotracted meeting at- New Salem Baptist church A protracted meeting will begin at the Mid- dleburgo Baptist cburchiMonday night Oct 12 and will be conducted by Revs- GeorJc E Baker of Burnside and the- pastor Rev J B Ferrell IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Middleton a prominent citizen of Garrard county died at hie- home near Bryantsvlllo An Industrial school for the educa or colored youths will bo founded on the old Camp Nelson grounds There lire 10 new Stanhopes in the city and even the wheelbarrows bave- rubber tires now Somerset Journal Dr Sidney Green a dentist from- SprlnRfield accidentally shot himself at Inevllle The wound Is serious but not necessarily fatal- Edgar Dunn who has been connected wlth the Globe Clothing Store of Dan vllle will resign his position and return to his home at Brodhead To FARMERS I will have two car loadl of half Percheron mares in tomorrow These mares will weigh from ll to 1600 pounds and all are young If you needs good team come Id and Mee hem E H BeazleyIt q LANCASTER Corn Is beginning to show the eltects of the drouth No Important cases have yet been tried In court The military force at Jackson Is to be reduced to 25 men Miss Lena Rlgney was hosiers of a largo party Tuesday eve The water works construction hal been delayedlby the failure ot machln ery to arrive Mrs Thompeo Arnold gave a blJ dining Wednesday to which seven Lan castrians were invited A protracted meeting is being held atehe Mt Tabor Baptist church wlth good crowds in attendance W I Williams delivered an addrels at the State Sunday School cooventlon Tomatoes are scarce hero Elder Glllamot Lexington has clos od a revival at the Scotta Fork Chris tlan church with 42 accessions Floyd Curtis Las sold out his Jrocery to Herbert Gulley and Arch LBV60n will run the store till January let Mrs H A B Marktbury attcndcd the Baptist Association at Danvlll as- a delegate from the Lancaster church T S Elkin bought a bunch of holts com W T West at Be also scveral cattle from J F Adams at 2c and a lot of butcher stuff from Henry Durt at expert cutter from tho Pecrlcu Tailoring Company of Cincinnati will be with J C Hemphill on Monday Bnd Meaday 24 and 25 with a full lino or floo woolens to take measures for fall and winter suits and overcoats Perfect fits and superior workman8hlp uaranteed CHURCH MATTERS J W Begin will fill his pulpit Sun day morning at the Christian cburch Rev R A White has declined to accept the recent call for bin services made by the Presbyterian church hcre Rev 0M Buoys meeting at WU low Jroye was to have closed last Ight There have been four addltloi Dr Arthur Yager was elected cbalr man of the faculty of Georgetown College to succeed Dr B D Gray who signed The 101st annual meeting of tho South District Astoclatlon of Kentucky Baptists came to a close at Danvlllo Wednesday after being In session two days Many prominent odlclals of the lurch were In attendance and the leS slon is said to have been the best over sldElder J W Hacan of Stanford cd Elder Sam Fowlers pulpit at the Christian church on Sunday morning The house was packed and all were trcated to an excellent discourse that- wall hghlv appreciated After the sere- mon Elder Hagan made an eight mli utes talk In bfhalt of Kentucky University and Hamilton College at Lex jton Madlsnnvllle HuitJer NDTHERE Drilling for oil will begin In Jacks county soon Walter Gllllland and Miss Mary Lyon were married yesterday Caleb Power will likely make speech In bU own behalf at his trial at Georgetown A fire at Lawrenceburg caused lose gregatlng more than 140000 The- orlilin of the fire Is a mystery E H Beazley has sold two carloads of Nebraska horses at 140 to 145 Hn- will have another lot tomorrow At the reunion of Morgans men It Park Hill it was decided to form a rmanent organization and to bold annual reunions Judge M C SauOe- 1wa elected vicepresident The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results death Thus a mere scratch Inlgnll- icant cuts or puny bolls have paid tbe- death penalty It Is who to bave Bucklen8 Arnica Salve ever handy Itlt- be best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and 1Piles threaten Only 25c at all Drug Siorcs Nice Home For Sale Cottge ot three rooms and porch Sn Moreland Good garden feed stable aud- large warehouse Will sell at low prlci with terms to suit purchaser Property be longs to nice Turner but will be old by me Clear tltlo D 0 SIlILE Morelnnd Ky Estrayed or Stolen A brown bay horseabont Dor 10 years old left my July 39 Mane lays on left- side Any information leading thereto will be paid for OEO W PUBLICSALEI A executor of Mary Green deceased I wlll5ell on SATURDAY AUG 20 1003 At 2 r In front of the Rank In Huston vlllu a lot of silverware cups pocns- Allsolld and Terms cash EDW CORN Huitonvllle Ky Executor with will annexed FOR RENT Mv farm containing acres with good- dnll1ng thereon I otter for rent 21 recto go In corn 13 In wheat and the- remalnlnll 29 acres for rags land Will also sell the and stock on the place Tately PleotJtood stock water and all- necessary outbuilding Including a good cliarn Sri Farm must be rented In tho next 3 or 4 weeks It lays 34 miles fr l1 Hoitonvllle on Mlddleburg pike Po- sselon given at once MRS M F JENKINS Hnstonvllle SUMMER BARGAINS r 17 rAT THE GRAND LEADER An the now stylo 50c Shirt Valst wo have In stock go in this Summer Select 35c 300 Console worth fOe fiOo and Ole oauli goln this Swmwr Sale at S9c Odds and Ends of wn6e aoodsllm flea nid Orgnndite were 13i IS nod- 17e to close sheaf quickly Gcyd 300 Laces Straw Sailors and Black were 5oc CHOICE M B LEVY CO Prors S B LEVY Notice To Hedge Fence Grow ors Land owner maintaining ltedjte fMOM along public highways are MtlB that It to unlawful to obstruct either the ditches or rtghtofwnys by leaving the brash oa ttle rood and iny one to olTlt will be pnx eeut d It sass Is not removed la a rmiM aWe time JA8 I IIAILBY Judge Lincoln County OuttrU A tae PRICE Burgeon Donti- atBtnnford1 y Oficietrr UeUoberta Drue Stop In tbt OwiUj HuUdlcf THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE HUok Berkshire Southdown iheep High Grade bUlks onoyearold J STEELE OAUPENTEK Hu tonvll1o Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Illgglna A McKinney Ston Telephone NO 91 DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors Houso Flat d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Shoots West Main Btroot Stanford Kentucky Small Place For Rent House with live rooms garden and 10 acres of blue graus laud for rent Will also rent 31 or 40 acres of wheat land on shares Located one mile East of Moreland J M CARTER Bit Morrland Ky Farm For I Richard Simpson homestead farm ntllf Gilbert Creek Depot Has 100 acres and Is improved with dwelling barn etc and haa good Also 15 acre of lend adJoin Ing lloltzolaw and 7 acres adjolnln John and Aloe Traylor and Wm Huffman Separato tracts SIMPSON HEIU9 Lancaster Ky PUBLIC SALE J Tuesday Sept 1st one mill from May wood five from Stanford Knit u Somerset plko known as tho Thos Wco farm I will offer for sale 40 stock hogs I low and 10 pigs 13 yearling steers 6 half en 1 fat cow 1 extra milk cow broodmare years old mule colt sad dlo mare 200 head of stock owes to bi sold In small lots Corn to be sold In field Two acres ot cane a good garden a No phaeton buckboard 2 sets buggy liar ness twohorse wagon and harness turning plow side gentleman1 saddle shot gun Household and kitchen urnlturo Farm of 300 acres with good residence to be rented to tho highest bld ler until the lit of January All the farm Is In grass except IS acres The farm can also be rented for the coming year on day of ale Terms made known on day of sale W MEREDITH Ool J P Chandler Auct P SMy reason for selling out li that am going to Jetllco to go In the goods busS Dees All our 7Co eiOO antI el26 Shirt Wajsta go In this Summer Salo at 69c 2000drsatetlrarU1iie100npd8Lge go In this SBIIMW Sate at 0 59c TyJtw QabUlg Dtrse O1tlgLas sold M lOo yd In this Summer Sate your chelae 6c yd White 14c Sale All our S135 70 nod 62 WntsIt1J go in this Summer Sale at 98c OIFlaxlbone Cbttsilis Wade for stow- ligtu jtrere SliO RM UOO 9warlsr- Sdia 89c- Q4 i Iiirrs Laws 1IM0a1 CU sad KM west SK Aolce 175t 1Ifl i 1MensIstok we offer you choice 850I THE GRAND LEADERIManapor 4 Withers Furniture Coly Dealers in tine Furniture Carpets Hugs Wall Paper Vimlov Shades 4 tl c Mumtfiioturors of Picture fFrames f RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17kind will go nt M26 Tho 26 kind will go nt 2125 Tho 30 kind will go t2416Th-oSIJ6 kind will go at8060Th-o840 kind will go ntJJ4iThe 50 kind will uo ntttO You have never had such nn opportunity pre sonted to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be set up in your kitchen oeo H guaranteed FARRIS ft CO nmiff- Wattles Of Quality For Ladies and- Men Watches that will be a jiicredit to tbe wearer Plain or beautifully engraved cas es containing reliable works to make perfect timepieces a PRICES RIGHT t W II MUELLER j t Stanford Ky We Want You All TaiOomo and bo numbered among our regular customers You will certainly see that Sides a decided saYing of money there beJmany other advantages to be gained purchasing your groceries from me glanco at these price and comparison of quality should prove convincing Host Mason glass Jar sac per dozen best tin frultcans 40c per dozen good coffee lOc pound All kinds of tinware cutlery perTgars moats In fact all heavy and groceries sold In proportion Dome and J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main 8t Stanford Kv 1 YOUNG MAN Drop in and examine our line of 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes a I W E PERKINS Crab JKy f T 1 T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL- J Y STANFORD Ky Am 21 1003 u U In Onion your proscriptions wo uio proporLloDisot do betWr It yon paid ui doublo tbo price which Is always reasonable Pen eys Drujr Storo PiriSONALStft voryilgitMANLY J D RIKFB It In Cyntblana on bUll ncn J Miss BYRD PETHR Is visiting rela tire In Boy la Mn O T LACKEY spent several LexlnJtonIi 01 Lexington Is with Mr W W Days Mn T C WILLIS Is hobbling on account of a sprained ankle Mn GEOROK D WKATIIBRFORD of Huitbnvllla Is nt Saratoga Mils lloLLis CAIUCIHR oNaihvlllci UlnrYamanI IoulsJSJOINville are at tho H rod he ad fair Miss PBAKL FcqcA of Lawrence btenr U with sills Kulah Tolten IIuIOf his daughter Mrs W lL Shanks X Missus LBNA AND IBAIIBLLK REYNOLDS are relatives In Olnoln anatlMRS R P STBPIIBNS of Danvlllo Is with her daughter Mrs B L Rein heart lilts NANNIE WILLIAMS of Lexing ton Is visiting her brother the Messrs Walter Mn CLARBNOB DOUGLAS of Rook en Texas Is with his uoole Mr J W Hotter Mn JOHN WALLS father of C f Wald of the MaKUney seetlon Is so ritraily Mn H W SMI9h of Norfolk Va arrived Wednesday to visit relativesI am Meads MlK liUWlB KAY KMOUBMAN Is I spending the wttlc with bits Ellu bath Ulggls MH8 JOUM CARKIKK and soa Jtwe L Carrier of Naibvllle are vliltlnt in this sanely MR AND MM W J MOSTOOMHRY of the AraWa section paid this oQioe a all WedQMday no BNULKMAN JR and Biyi wealp to Hrodboad TvMdny take U tke fair MlMHBltOBA Lids ALVKMOK an May Ballard of Richmond are ntOra- Orsbafd Spring MRS FRANK MILLER and daughter Miss Mattle of Lexington are guests of Mrs T C Willis JUDOCM O SAVPLBY attended the reunion of Morgans men at Park Hill Nicholas county this week Misses EMMA POWELL and Maude Carpenter of Knob Neater Mo were the guests of Mrs J D RlfTe- Ml WILL O WllEliRITT and band some wife of New Orleans were here Tuesday on route to Lancaster Mn JULIUS VoNOnUENlQAN and handsome wife of Nlcholasvllle are with his parents In this county r MR AND MRS c V GENTRY a children spent a couple of weeks 0 Crab Orchard at the Cover Hotel MRS ALICE NEWLAND and guest Miss Fannie Cundy of Clnclnnatlwore hero from Crab Orchard Tuesday MISSES MYRTLE AND ROUERTA 0 DANNON and Masters Lester and Wil liam OOannon ire attending the Drod head fair- MISSES MAUDE CARPENTER of Koob Noitcr Mo and Pearl Rout of Hustonvllle honored this once with a call Tuesday MRS ANNIE DOLTZCLAW went to Winchester ycsterdayto Ice her friend Miss Elizabeth Dub who is very of typhoid fever MISSES MAGGIE AND JENNIE HOOK 2ER went up to Drodhcad Wednesday the latter to consult Dr I S Durdott about her eyes MR AND MRS FORESTUS REID and son James have returned from a very pleasant trip to Niagara Falls und Can ada Danville News MRS ETHEL CORUITT and handsome little son Andrew of Nathalie are guests of the family of J II Rey 4the In the West End 1IuA JERRY ADAMS of fluster Is at Mlddlcsboro attending a r house party being given by Misses Ne and Margaret Carpenter Miss MARY GARNETT who ma many friends during her visit to her sister Mrs J S Rico returned Wed i netday to her home at Cave City t GILL M COOPER formerly of th place will bo chief salesman In James A Monks new haberdasher store at Danville which will open tomorrow MISS CALLIE nORTON ono of t Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL force a ono of the fattest lady compositors reached hero on a visit to her sister Mrs J O Grlsiom and family Adatr News REV J W HAGIN has returned fro an 18 days trip through Illinois led ana and South Kentucky as tho rep re sentative of Hamilton College and Lucky University The outlook KenI lit these Institutions are very bright says l elterdayMRS H D OREUORY and children will return to Covln ton today JamesUurkohead lair yesterday ThurmondW RoyaltyMPssns SperInion In the McCorraack section StanfordDulY of Glasgow spent several hours with Mr S W Monefeo Advocate LOCALS thebeatNBV Dress Goods Walstlogs Shop plug begs Beaded Chains Bolts and Stock Collars John P Jones Tim L f N will rum another f excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves the Stanford depot at 6 A M D O chairman tho press committee of the Nleholatvllle Fair oomlpllmontary LAUQK crowds are attending tho Brodbead fair and some splendid stock dapGoHBRES YOUR CHANCE ILoull Seel baoh offers f26 for tho best suggestion for a name forhls new hotel at Fourth nd Walnut streets Louisville BANK STOCK SALE Mr J U Col Ilex of Crab Orchard sold to Mrs Nancy L Smith 10 shares of stock In the First National flank of this place at 1 120 YOU will save money by laying In your coal now as prices are sure to ad vance We handle the best grades and reasonable prices Phone 01 yEarsope it Woner 3t THOSE Indebted Craig Hooker will please settle at ones a dissolution of partnership meteor It decenary to ooe our woke W N Craig Pbar raaelst successor to Craig ft locker CouaLyColoredweek brglnnlnc Thursday and contin uing over Saturday The L ft N gives a rate of one fare for the round trip on account of It lJonlB8I will havehand to Nebraakt0g site and will ba sold cheap Come to itbMRS CAUIUK hasput tobac 00 on the blank list with rum and no goes about knocking cigars pipes and cigarettes from the mouths of smokers This ought to be at least atfectly- against the cigarette suckers for In addition to losing their dope sticks they are liable to get a clout on tbo pose Rut reform can not always bo so cured without some cost HELM FOR Natordhonly one candidate for Congress now Hon Harvey Helm and In him we bo glove there Is a euro winner An agree moot was reached between friends of atMr Helm and those of Hon R C Warren Wednesday morning whereby the latter gentleman retired from the race To make a long story short this Is the way the matter was settled Mr War ren selected Judge James P Bailey i Messrs George B Cooper Wm 8 Burgh and Eph Pennlngton to repre sent him and Mr Helm chose Messrs S T Harris R R Gentry J C Reid and Joe T Embry They met at the courthouse and several votes were taken on the question as to which of the gentlemen should continuo In th- race The vote stood four to four for a number of ballots and then the cbango came Mr Helm received Ova votes to Mr Warrens three sad all was over Mr Warren cordially accepted the vor diet and as usual wilt be found battling for democracy season and out While congratulating Mr Holm wo f6el a decided sympathy for Mr Warren who deserves something good from isle pa ty For years bo has dono yeoman ea vivo and there has not been a cam palgn In which ho did not take front rank In the battle against the re publicans No hotter democrat Uvell- than this grand old war horse who as active for democratic supremacy llhis own defeat as ho la In his victor Mr Holm will now begin an active lbdd surprise an disappointment to many ne la a epic did young democrat and his clean rec laord and good work for the party entitle him to anything he Ho represented Lincoln county In tbo Legislature with credit ono terra and now rounding out his second term hipdfilled most a gents man of commanding appearance sewn it educated can meet isle opponents on apesap r the high ofllco he woke Wo believe ho has an excellent showing to win t nomination and shall do all in our er In assisting him to do Ttir cheers for the sterling young democrat and abundant success to him LIIJERTY fafr next week Co- Coon stock scales for sale Apply at this office 2t LOWEST prices ever known In watch cs at W H Muellers GOOD secondhandtwo wagon for sate Call at this office dLAtlorsTfor years at W H Muel IP you dont got those stylish i shirt wales patterns at Jones yon will regrotlt To FARMERS Stock your coalhouie before the roads get bad J H Baugh man Co M JUST resolved an elegant line of Chamber Sets from 8260 to 812 Farrls fc Co LADles Please call and see my nice line of new Fall hats and veiling Mrs G Singleton FOR RENT7C0acrsssofgood land with Improvements at Hubble G B Swlnebroad Hubble Ky Ws are showing the uornot things In stock enslave voile beauty chains and shopping bags John P Jones WB go to press a little earlier than usual this issue In order to glue the editor an opportunity to make a little business trip FOR have 0000 or 10000 teat of lumber for alo that was used during tbo Hustonvlllo fair W S Urye secretary IALL prescription work intruded to me have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig ft Hooker MY stock of trusses was never moro complete than at the present time W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig Hooker TIIB Q C will give a roundtrip rate of 360 to Chattanooga next Wed nesday August 6 Train passers June LIon City at 1016 A M FOR SALB Excellent family horse phaetonbaggy and harness single and double shovel plow cultivator etc B J Pinkerton Stanford THBRB has been no settling upof the affairs of the Huston vllle Fair Associa tins but the Impression prevails that the lots will be about 25 per sent TUB Lincoln County Medical Society will have a call meeting for the trans action of bttslaeis at Dr E J Browns ofBoc here at 790 IM Tuesday next fifth TUB Albright Hotel Brodbead ha accomwmodate guests during the fair An ex dayoPARTY Miss Clara Cooper very de lightfully entertained a number of her friends Wednesday evening In honor Miss Angle Klnnalrd of Lancaster Games were Indulged In and a tooth eesome lunch was enjoyed +TilE meeting of the Llccoln County Medical Society at Crab Orchard Tue day was a most Interesting one alth It was not largely attended Dr Pitman of Parksvllle read a paper on Puerperal Foyer and the subject was discussed at length Dr W J Edmlston entertained the visit log physlclansatthe King Hotel where a splendid dinner was spread AT a meeting oj the county chairmen of the 13th judicial district held at Danville Aug 17th a convention of the counties of said district towlt Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer la called for Tuesday Sept 1 1003 at 2I oclock P M at the court house In Danville for the purpose of nominating candidates on the republican ticket for Judge and Commonwealths attorney in said district to be voted for at the No vember election of 1003 The eel counties will hold conventions at th county seats on Saturday Aug 29 at P M1 to select delegates to the district convention The counties will bo en 1r18rJ A Blare chairman THE Lexington Democrat pays our distinguished townsman this handsome leea well as deserved compliment Judge M C SauQey of thqe Parks Hill The judge was a lleuton maddp that will forever bo a crown of glory to him Ho has tilled many offices of bannerecause no nearing the end of isle second term aa poalllneo p for a combination against him Ho was one of tho nominees of the Danville convention and ho and isle friends thought he was justly entitled to carry Itry0 wise and he not only gracefully eu milted but went to work for isle former endear hhoas served Q00ereea seat bri the appellate bench A porter of The Democrat asked t hofbULIor boInollnedreputationor withispatchconformation to the law that they arerarely reversed Those who know him IdealjudReMATRIMONIAL Prof John Noland of Richmond and Miss Anole Bailey of Mercer were married this week Miss Mary Sparks of Nlcholasvllle and Marshal Guerraot of Lexington wero married this week Richard F WIentzer and Miss Ma tilde Henzen both of Switzerland wero married at Ottenhetm Wednesday HenryMelvilleBrown ailed 7fi were married In Lou isville Ella 1 wing the Missouri giantess who stands 8 feet 4 loader will be married on lye Mth In Butte Mont to Edward Beaupre the Canadian l Anak whose stature Is 8 feet 0 Inches Beaupro proposed to her by mall about two years ago but tho bashful Ella held bank until a few weeks ago Fol lowing the marriage they will give ay two weeks exhibition In Butte will they leave tor New York where they will proceed to make show man agers reel the heavy band of Iho giant trust for they are at least half a lout taller than any similar freaks In the country HOME FOR SALE I LanerutErItframe oil eight rooms with two acres of land and s one of the bon isomer In town FortHrUMrU F WALTRR Lancaster Kv FOR SALE I For Rood reasons I will loll my farm of 75 acres all in raw uceptb acres IX mile from IAlnt Uok on pike Good cot urge AnD oetbelldlsts Por farther inter Button call on or aduraM MATTiE IL WYLIE Ialat Lick Ey NOTICE I jCentIEIa M that the court will redeem said se ties of bond at the Lincoln County Nation al flank of Stanford Ivy on Sept SI lone as provided In the taco of mid bonds JAMES P BAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court ELECTION NOTICE I Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court halleyspeace towit J A Dodderer C A Smith J R Compton and W D Wallln Whereas at the February term 1603 nt jorImpRnelfOd bulldloftIneul1lelentintended and unsafe for occupancy and dl reeled that such action be taken as neces remedy the detects and avoid the fdanger complained of in said report of said grandJury and whereas said report of sold has been presented to this court for consideration same having been considered now therefore the whole court sitting It ls considered by the court that the pubIC convenience and safety and the preservation of the public records require inadequateeerected on the present courthouse lot and orderedd of f 10000 for this pur pone Is hereby ordered subject to the apt countytoand as requited by law For the purpose of providing fund thus appropriated for tho object as aforesaid It ordered that 40 one thousand aoiiar bonds of the county of Lincoln be prepared as the law payabletoDank of Stanford Kentucky that said bonds be divided Into tour series of f 10000 each designated series A DHO and D respectively Series A to mature In flvo years and payable at the option of the court after three year Series B to ma ortlonotmature In 10 years payable at the option of the court after eight years Series D to mature In I i years payable at the option of the court after 12 years All of shall bear Interest from the date of said annumd0eeldbandashallhavelntenat Kentucky coupons at tacked to each bond which coupon shall be signed bv the county clerk only and be showingthewhom delivered which shail be carefully tahlbondlvaluo Said bonds shall bo signed by the presiding Judge of the county court and countersigned by the county clerk of the county I I Is further ordered by this court that before tho bonds above mentioned shall be Issued the proposition to Issue same Lincolnaea poll shall be opened at each of the several precincts In county at the regular election to bo held In November 1003 which dapsfromapproe8legalvotersrejection and M S Banghman slmlfT of advertiseby printed head bills potted up at three of tho most public places In each precinct and beutregular election In November 1003 in each pruclnct of said Gpnnt and during the hours required to hold elections county officer and said olectlon shall bo nn l conducted In all under the general election laws obtaining to this Common Theborder Justice of the Peace Jt Dudderar Campton WhCourtha See the New Fall Styles at I Cummins s McClary I I II i AUGUSTIs our month for cleaning up remnants from our Spring and 1Summer stock It is an oppor tunity for our customers who care to buy this late Summer Coats and Pants Mens Low Shoes Straw Hats Ladies and Childrens Slippers glens Ladies and Childrens Drop Stitch Hose Look at them and we will convince you of REAL REDUCTION Terms Cash HJSWRobertsi CUT PRICES On Wash Skirts Wash Waists j Light Skirts Slippers Oxfords riilfens anti Womens Canvass Lawns c 1 MidSummer Notions m S3 Such as CombsFansFan Chains Lace Hose Gloves Chatelains uj Waist Sets Belts c New i1 goods every week in this depart g ment ii SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESeea etsesss leeaesRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire I 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 WPLLRFJFThR Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose s 0J ri 4THEiraiORJOURML1 J i n the pottofflee al Slanord at condclait matter Izal1ahcLrUIl AR wa0Fs10apo CASH rD When not will berbtrged l KNOXVillE DIVISION 02 Train going North MM 1OIpm 021II two t m a 2S a South12l1 am- No 23 p m JFORRENTMy ttoreronm recently occupied by Win Severance Will rent tor one or more years J B OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary h all the year for tile treatmoat of- snrglcal and cllronlc dlsealeo and tor con ultatlou Roard and nuaingball be elUh- Su nduuco weekly and mouthlr Irotoe- alonal bills due when lenlrM are rendered and must lv paid promptly Giboney lS Jeffries Livery Food Salo Stable I Liberty KylI Drummorr Rigs apeclnlty RIgh Grade Feed Hones and Male bought soW hone receive Attention fice 8 TraHlort lDEALERS IN Wlilsku Brandu WInGS Beer Gtnars Fts Oarpenter Cloteto DepotSTANFORD KYI attention Nothing but the Fes Prompt ant pout to romrtattentlon drink Mall phone er telegraph orltrs receIve f 1 D Yern it and Tornado Insurance The Home of New York tho largest company in the world Assets 818 12 III regards poJ holden I coIn counties Casey Phone 21 B Insurance P IFire 943601869 propertlin Stanford Kentucky mi R Mahony fluent insurance fluent I Solicits a share of the patronage- of the property owners counties lncoln and Casey who may be Insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com represented and the low eat pntsible rates are guaranteed Phone 1- 12Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oar Myers Hotel lauding Sod Floor Stanford Nany good companies but only one best The Equitablestrongest- in I the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Mrs Laura S Webb Vkf Ildfnt AVmtinn Demo cratic ClubH of Xortlivni Ohio druded the change of life which was Uit approaching noticed Wine of to try a bot tic experienced some relief the first month 10 I kept on taking It for three months and now menstruate with no pain and shall take It off and on now until have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear off Theyfollow woman to the change not wait but take of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any ago relieved Mrs Webb when she was in danger come to the lifeMrs Webbs swell raeaa now to you than it does now Dutou now avoid the suffering abe endured Druggists of Wins e RD HAIR A BALSAM titan and bratUflcl tile lull ttowtAxewrrntr to ti YouthfulC o- rGttnlp Gtud5ULt IroKiA NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BUAEE k Smlrm JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstOla Turnouts at Reasonable Kates Special Attention to Traveling Mon and Hay For Sate MasonHotelMRS Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Potters meet all trains 89 J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service nt Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers in Goat Ja Le Beazley Co Undertakers nnd- Embnlmers LL3o OILL W 2e llrurnltureffinttingeRagsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C+ McciMY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And DealearIn HABNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder Also Rheumatism nick ache Tel Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If mcoMury wrlto lr rennet Ha loaf spent a tlino curing just such cases oa yours All consultations Eight months In bed heavy backache pain and soreness across kidneys ai orlieu rnatlrm Oilier remedies tailed Dr Fen flora Kidney and llarkacho Cure cured toe completely II WATERS Hamlet N Y DrufffjIsM see II Ask forCook nook Fret STVITUSDANCE CURE Pure Cure Circular IrFenDer FrcdonlaNY Be LeXInGTOn DeffiOlRltC Is the only daily Democratic puller published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year- It especially devoted to the Interest of the Democratic party and gives all the news without year or favor W Ps Walton Editor 8 Pror LextRitR ter IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR BEST PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION n r yonsLaxative Syrup Is made ot Cascara SagracU and other drugs that are equally as beneficial in the treatment oi indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 2S and Bottles Ask your Druggist For Solo at Penny s Drug Storoi THIS AND THAT Turkey called out 52000 more troops on account of the Insurrection Two men were fatally hurt by the explosion of gas at Bens Run W VaITwonty ono warships were drawn up on Long Island sound for the review by the President The striking papertnakets at Holyoke Mass 2600 In number have reo turned to work A Brooklyn policeman was assaulted by ruffians and so badly Injured that he will probably die Adjt Gen Murray issued an order for the reduction of the forge of State troops on guard at Jackson Elijah Lewis a regular army soldier who enlisted In Kentucky was shot and killedat Fort Douglas Utah Near Fuse Tenn in the Coat Creek coal region Mrs James Williams was shot aud killed by Mra Belle Toliver Maj C U Smith the wellknown writer familiarly known as Bill Arp is dying at his home in Cartersvllle Ga Eight women concerned In smashing a whisky Joint at Wichita Kan plead ed guilty to assault and each was filnedI f10 and costs A conductor and brakeman on the Illinois Central railroad fought a duel with lanterns at Nortonville Neither was badly hurt Tho new lopedo boat destroyer Hull ban been pronounced a success iron every standpoint and will be accepted by the Government It Is estimated that 20000 veterans of the G A It are attending the 37tb an nual encampment which began vcstcrday in San Francisco Tammany Hall it is stated will attempt to send a Cleveland delegation from New York and New Jersey to tho Democratic National convention The Georgia Prison Commission has exonerated Warden Allagood of the Mil Icdgcville prison from blame in whip ping Miss Decrls but lisa allowed him to resign The affairs connected with the con struction 6l Login countys new courthouse are still in a muddle and the contractor in charge of the work has been placed under arrest The Indianapolis Camp of Union Vet erans adopted resolutions bitterly con demning the proposition for the plac ing by Virginia ofa statue of Robert E Lee in Statuary Hall Mr Roosevelt is reported to favor the candidacy of Secretary Root for President in 1003 after the latter has demonstrated his strength by rnnninjr for Governor of New York A man supposed to be a lunatic created a reign of terror in the country around Petersburg lie wounded one man and attacked several others besides causing some damage to property In speaking in Sea Francisco about the work of the pension department Commissioner Ware stated that following tho Spanish American war the department had received 79000 application for pen sions A number of Christian villages in Macedonia were destroyed by a band of 0000 Bashi Batonks who are said to have been furnished old uniforms of soldiers by the Turkish authorities The Porte has called out 52000 reserves to suppress uprisingsOn Sunday two Middlesboro preachers Rev J M Fuqua pastor of the M E church South and Elder Frank Maboney pastor of the Christian church will preach farewell sermons to their congregations as their pastorates ex pire on that date Secretary of War Root and Goy Taft have under consideration the building of miles of railroad in the Philip- pInes principally in the Island of Luzon It Is figured that for police and patrol purposes the lines would be superior to a regiment of soldiers The Panama canal treaty has been unanimously rejected by the Colombian Senate and a feeling of depression reins to exist throughout the isthmus Fears of a secession movement are expressed Under the Isthmian Canal Act the President of the United States Is authorized to make the necessary treaties for a cana with Costa Rico and Nicaragua A Sure Cure For Diarrhoea Coming as it does In the busiest season when a man least can afford to lose time a sure and quick cure for diarrhoea Is very deslrabo Anyone wlio has liven it a trial will tell you that the quickest surest and most pleasant remedy in use for this disease is Cham berlains Colic Choera and Diarrhoea Remedy There fe no low of time when It la used as one or two doses of it will cure any ordinary attack It never falls not even in the moat severe and danger ous cue For sale by Craig A Hocker u IN MEMORIAM In memory ot Addle May Cummins Fray Icy God In his wisdom has called from our dearly beloved Addle and let those who wero near and dear to her remember that Tho Lord elveth and tho Lord takolh and nil Bo does for tbo best While she was In bar new Virginia home with a londlovlnlI husband and his people to lore and cherish her we know that that homo was nothing compared with her eternal home Ab wo tblnk of her as she was heroin this world a good Christian girl who was ever ready to do her put o whatever there was to do wooan not help that pain that stings our heart tar none knew her but to love her Well do I remember the night she gave her beartto God It was young and tender then But as she grew Into wo manhood the little bud did not perish greaI force and death was a sweet relief Remember dear ones that dying promlco sho claimed We will not grieve but strive to live better each dar for wo know not the hour we will be called And as we go to our church and listen to tbo pastor she loved to listen to we must not let that elQh spirit long for her back among usbut must remember that vacant place has filled another around the throne of a juit God A LOVIXC tKIEND CAUTION Tills Is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to pnrhaso the only remedy uni versally known and a remedy that ha had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years you will bo thankful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but to veil Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especi ally for Cousumptlon where tbero Is difficult expectoration and coughing dur ing the nights and mornings there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has Jut been introduced this year Ucgular size 75 cents At all druggist At Pennya Prug Store L R Hughes Secretary 6 Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1nonce and lot In Stantordllu rooms haU 1IllbbGrDooIPrlcIWO No S HOUM and lot In Stanford HOUM toll tf room hood stall sod 5 aorta of landlain fenced One or prettleal building lou In town tam enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 lorr front coald be built to lh cotliga anti be mad a beautiful home Will be told cheap u the owner must have money No 4Two story Iraut dwelling 7 rooms hall and Ttranda Good garden tenclnf and house In coo4 repair For ul or rent rrtw rraaonat No 8 HouM sad lot In Stanford Three room Lad trout lurch Good ftrden and alallt Good cbeer101lfoUIl Stanrordl room Good garden smoke and coal bouw only- Ao Firm of SOacrt J mil Iron Stan lord on manly road 23 urea In cultivation soteu In pasture 2 good orchards and real In Umber Two small cottages good and outbuildings well watered and fencing fairly good Plao can be bought at jour price as owner line In Indianapo lis and must Day mone- yNol2Dwelllngofslx roomllban sod porch utceuryoutbutIdin g IIrlln large suppliedtor slot room 23xta feet lower roou dlhcoufWnahelveaele Watr In dwelling and toreroom alto cistern and well on lace Small lot back of store Uncoil from Sutitord Ilnlldlnn ngood repair anddwelllog originally cal SI OO aDd IIore ovrI1200 Will sell both fur 1130 or will rent or alterNo le260 acre tines H mate or Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling grooms two tenant houses two barn well and spring near dwelling Finn In high stale oi culttTallon 190 acres river bottom land good fencing fruit ec 1rlc 18790 an acr No 1tlOO acres ot linden Lancaster street In Crab Orchard oppwiUe Springs la gnu lin proTemeau except large stock birD Iblln 1anC8 of stock water ImUtst building site In town Trie iwo No acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No M Twostory bouM 0 rooms hallveranla acres plenJWland adjolnlnzln Stanford Irop nylD atr and lights In house cia tern at door lleautlful home Irlc t1000 No II Dwelling oM rooms wltb 20 acres land In Uoreland fond barn and nocewary outbuild 1012 wells in rd splendid orchard and 2 acre strawberries Immedlst powulon lrlcetVOO No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double reran das hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting street 80 bet Iron hotel up stairs suita ble lord we Ing 2nlacollagenicely furnished papered and painted rooms and veranda each A e on aside lot used as livery table Oood garden antlotadlolningfeet runt by 00- teet deep All till property in Loudon Ky and Is a one chance fur some one to mike money 1oprlelornas refusal to rent property for gill per month Oa account of heilifc of his wife anI reason fur Hlllnlproprltor desires to uchaDC- tor farm In NoSIA farm ofSOO acres in Lincoln county Three good dwellings S good birns and other out buildings each house barn etc about the center of acres All on county road A mile from church school and postoffloe Lays well and well watered This Is a good tobacco grin and would suit two or three fsmllle that might want to come from the sain neighborhood fries reasonable No S3 route and Ave acre of land In McKln ney K Neceeaary ontbulldtng Fencing good IDol well watered Will sell this place on easy term IKatsrtranda etc newly painted large new burn corn crib granary etc All buildings and Jnclsj to- Slesidld repair WU watred This Is s most bome Prle puttcalanckas b Title Co State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Moehanleal ftaleCoollegeOollegeofKentuokvollprthefollos lag courses of study vis Aertoulturul Hnrlleiiltural Oliemlcal IlloloRteal Malliematl cal lhykAl Normal School Olaislenl Merhanlcal RaplneoringKlootrienl Engineer Ins Olvll each of which extends over Ioat OritdtMto Engineering nloprovbled leading CHOI to a Master degree loch course Of study UorganUed under a separate faculty The general faculty iinailxra nearly So llrof and Instructors COUNTY AltOINTKi receive tuition room rent la doe mitories fuel ant lights and If they remain U months traveling oXIenlOl Tli labratorle IIld utaMtumi are large wellwlulppod comprehensive And modern The Leglilature ipproprlnted tIMtvO for a Ooll e llome for young women and tMsoo for drill hall and gymnasium for men Tlio latter oompUtca IUllfin use the former will be ready for occupancy In October Military tactic and Science are fully prvolded for as required liy Ooneress- OrodBiitM from the several course of study readily And excellent positions and Ulicritl remuneration The demand II largely In IOMI of the ability of the to supply Last year the matriculation Summer Sollool lire provided for Pedagogy Tiglnoering and Instruction In hience Specialist with the neoatxtry number of astUtauU charge of each department of Natural Science The State ollcgo of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the thin of COMIHIE Is the e only Institution In the Oonsraoawealtli doing In arty proper sense University work The completion of the College Home tot youngwoes n fur Rood board It tl mjulppel with al modern cnnvontencM Including bath rooms and room for phy lc1 culture It will be heated by Itoam and lighted hy oIeclrlclty An opportunity ls afforded to them of a thorough education In Chutes Modern ton Cufpen Literature Science Matlicmatlon ofc Mctuplivsli history and Political Keooomy No other Institution In tile State offcrt advantages for the education of women at all eumparaWe to offered by State College ot lenlueky Far catalogue method of obtalnloff appointment Information regarding ronnuit of study and terms of admlHton apply to JAMB K CATTKIUON Pu A LL n- Or to U O FKASEC llaelnots Agent IMIMJTOX KY Tall term begin September 1001 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK It CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors J D Iaxtoa J D Owsley 8 II Ehanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter 8aeceors to The Parser hank Tntt Company and wndr same umDafsewnt continuously for II years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually benoOclal First National BankSfnnorrf Ky Capitol Stock 50000 This Institution was as the Depo lt Tank ofStanford la II3S then reorranlsed as the National tank of Stanford In 1181 and again reorganized as the First National Balk of Stanford In UIJ haying had practically an unlnter rnpted existence for I3 years It it better lapplled now with facilities for transact business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited nnioiiTAsst Officers NOTICEI have purchased the interest of J Wurrcn Mocker in business of Craig Ilockor A continuance of your patronage will be an assurance of prompt anti cfiiciont service is hero given indebted to the firm will greatly me by settling thoir accounts WILL CRAIG No IT Two story eight room from dwelling In Stanton Ky Largt gsnlen and turn lot This Iconoflbmoat destrablehoursintown Prle reasonable No 15A nlte cottage and lot on Lancaster street Bunion 7 rooms good cistern etc Cost In i IIWSo acres near Iluitonilll Dwelling of eight room hall versa la8 Un tenant house sock barn large tobacco barn and other outbuildings Cistern and good wm In th yard and water In ererr Said on plant Farm cut In seven weld and firstclass land Xo asA Ism of IM acres frame dwelllnc four rojms good stock barn and all oecwMiy outbuilding acingood well walerricut In nilIn drat-1atlanbdymllelrommreplke Wolfer this plan for only f30 per acts No8343arr sof land In lloekcastle for sal or exchange leas all necessary luinroToment well watered Ac Will be told at a bargain No MFarm of leo acres situated near Kings Title Kjr acres In cultlratlon 39 In tlmlirrret Ingram well watered two barns and other outbuildings good repair welllngconiprallT ly ww ls within yards of tare churches Kbool rostofflc and C Property lie on delrabtlaarmfor it 400 or la parcels of not lees than urea to ault purchaser This Is certainly cheap property No LitFarm of 78 acres near VVayneaburg Dwelling good barn etc Well and buildings In good lmductly lime stone land In good Detfhborbood clos to school and on good road Price f No MA farm ol lea acres In Guy county Kjr One auJonehsll story UweJIIng with sir rooms barn and other outbuilding BUty sera In culllralion 4 acre In timber fruit trees etc Lays well on county roiJ close to churches school etc TlconljrtflOO Nosi Ilouesndoaeacre land lions con tabs lenn rooms rrrander cellar etc All nee outbuildings Extra largo him all In iplemlld repair House newlyiWntel and covered Cistern at door lirj barn lot Wfnty of troll on place Price 11100 No 26lfiocrre of land In Ford count Kaa six muss from railroad and mate ronsArkaneas deer Nsveotynereaofland Is rlrrr boliom Is flrstclats laud and In grass This laud la for ale or exchangeNo farm ol 142 acre four mile from Stan In the county well waters fnrl0gBool dwelling fronts puke all necmarr oulbnlldingi Aplendldblue grass Winlnulesdrlr from county teat Owner of nus larni this has recently refPKd fU Per acre VoO irlbUatf1750 No MFarm ol acre In Casey anotherIcr tram dwelling two good Jurns outhutiaiDgs In good repair d tobacco land and in good community A barrl It 1900 No 67not1l5 acre In Caseycounty new two story S room trams old dwIIID lair condition Darns and other outbuildings On county rod splendid tabacra land well watered two wells spring etc This Is a de ilrable home Price Il6 0 No 3 Twostory seven room frara dwelling verandas te and sera of land In coua- t Large barn and all other nNra rr outbuild In Church and school house right at door TnerlslaoaUrgtorroom on premix con talnlug a nice of geii ral tner This Iasplendldbusiness aisadbelntl- ocatedatcroseplkeaand 112 000 to 15000 business year tulle from this place onumepits Iaoek of general merchandls Nola amount to about per month Therar t walls and a casUrnou place and all tile bltUdlB- flrla sell th and stock offoodsseparatlyorwill eaekan lath tar farming Isplsnoppodud nlty let any on wishing to go I Officers S II 8I1ANK8 President J n OWflLKVHiblsr w M J I IIOCKEU Prost J J MOUOI1EUT8 Chr W II WEAKEN Dk- prDirectors F Held Danrltl T Harrla Stanford J8 locker Stanford W P Walton Lexington S L Tanner McKinney II n Klmore II naughman Stanford T P Stanford Ju Itoblnson Hubble I II Ilauchraan Stanford W P Tate Stanford the appre ciated Those favor N frtmandonly property IKy lIIIIIotendrepttrPrSc Itframeoutbuildings I acres In cultiratlon test to Um booIOdinnoliy lMra f5O antfeeeingtorproperlSomIKrtltDwellogbulidlegalueplndid onIroncountyNo 010 Uarrard county noutlandFinely IDolpuette0stweeetnryrlgbtroomfumldwelling housebarndpotIlolllre hIntordl IrepaircultlTitloa one acre In fruit trees rest In grass canINo micros good land Two story six room ingramlion psie nemptareloeeIntJorola3 otlockrraailradand rbllnb IChQltroop In neighborhood 40u acres In InhlllOuDlrJIIIIDIIrrlDjtON04UOrrelnlllrJumboOOerH In cu1U nllon rest In timber Hlr dwellings on place Avelof them new two tobacco barn and large orchrdIlreafogoatneelghbrhoodtyfllsell w Non Two story seven room frame dwelling twohhckamithsholwwar house Every building nw and In UUlloaIUKy claterntretsry TwtdweJIIIJfIwtaredC1000boyhood Owoer otpropert Ie to ell Lollle and f anxious to eel a J t