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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p f tkSI3MI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 25 1903 8 A if NO 51 t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES T Houohlns is dead at Uurgln aged Mr Jacob Bryant It dead at KnIUev Adair county ID Laruo county Joseph Prise aired liacd Dettlo Blovln aged 12fore marriedEdward Canter ageda painter committed sulotdo at Springfield by drinking carbolic acid Socrates Maupin of Madison one of the iargcit itoolc iluaUra In Central Kentucky has made an alignment 1 horns T Dudley a prominent oltl zen of Madlion county was thrown from hit buggy and instantly killed In a runaway 1UC Thompson has sold n one third In the New Diamond Coal t Mines at Plttsburft to A A Almy for 822u0 London Dsraoorat Mrs M P Dolt vine president of the First National flank of Uarhour vlHei said to have been the only woman bane ofllclal In Kentueky dead At Conway Koekeaitlecounty Barnett Riddle and Jams llayo fell out over abet RIddle struck Hayes over the tead with a pistol and RIddle was shot through the arm Tte Will Geary Oil Company drilled In a well on the Jones farm five mile coriQ of Monllcollo whlob has been awiojr steadily It Is estimated that It Is owing 50 barrels an hour This wo l s In beaver sand 400 feet deep and ittan entirely now territory- W A Darnell a Mercer farmer was r shot by mistake and seriously wounded by his son Tho father had left his soti to guard a field against thieves and bad Instructed him to shoot any one who came Inside the field Later In tho t nlgbtthelather awoke and concluded to go to the field and see bow his son was getting along no neglected to warn his son who fired severely Injur lag bis thigh FAIR DATES The following Is the list of fair date fixed for this year rJhud Aug 10 3 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lowrenccbnrg August 18 4 days C jmbia tug 184 dare Lilxrtr AuJ three days Khepherdivllle August 9f 4 days London Aug 20 three da ye- H mtriet Sept 4 days Bardstnwn Sept S days Ehiabethtown Sept 84 days Ifc whng Green ifepu 164 days Owcntboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 0 days End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn tight with an abcs on wy right lung writes J F Hughes of I uIontGa and gave me up Everybody thought my tuna had come As a lat resort I trled Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption The benefit I received was striking and I was on my fwl In a tow days Now Ive entirely regained my health It cot t quers all Coughs and Colds and T1aro and Lung troubles Quarateed by Drug Store Price 60c and t00 Tri bottles tee The white citizens of Northwestern Indiana hays begun a war against the plan of a New York corporation to it port 300 Negro men some of who hays arrived as farm bands Congress man Crumpacker Is blamed for tho In vasion of the black settlers because of the friendship bo has shown for tbo Negroes a The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results In ideatb Thus a mere scratch Insigni cuts or puny bolls hue paid tho death penalty It wise to have liucklena Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth end will prevent fatality when Hums Sores Ulceis and Piles threaten Only 36c at all Dru Stores Some people II ashe Rev Pood man can never be made to appreciate the value ol religion Thats right replied Pecksniff the merchant they dont know ho to catch the church trade at all athollo Standard and Times Senator Carter fI otaa called on the president and told him that people of the West aro not Interested In financial legislation There U plenty of money there to move tho crops said e aod1 ciodrattune inn hiryWesterners are sending funds to the r East is for dreamyeyed Dolly tCj Jhas no more sense than a Polly She speaks only 01 clothes and her lOT Irwa oralU i dTo expect more than thlswould be folly When you want physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and certtan act always fuse Chamberlains l tomaC and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig fir Ilocker LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Woodford county buyers are paying 7Se for wheat M P Lawrenoa sold to H L Hub isle a mule fur HOC J B Foittor Doucht ol James Woods a lot of ewes at Sic R C Nunnollev bought of Lutes Q Co 80 owes at 13 76 FOR SALB 17 000pound steers W P Reynold Wayne bur Ky O P ilulTinan bought of Henry A Pleaiaota a bunch of ItOOpound hogs at 4te Scott Hudson has won nearly 120000 with his splendid string of horses thin sessoa I Elder BJ Pinkerton sold to J W Uoaksr of flustoavllh a block gold log far 1100 SSTRAYBD Two Southdown bucks Isforraatlon reworded J C Bubanks Hubble Ky 2t Port SALtiltextra good twoyear old cotton mules H O Baugbman HustonvHU Ky + Tobacco crone In the country about Carlisle ICr were destroyed or badly damaged by hall FOR SAUt Extra good family and work mars with mule aolt J H Rlehert Crab Orchard Ky 4t T M Boone too thrcshtrman tells us that the wheat ho has threshed so far Is little more than a halt oral FOR SALK ISO bushels good red Pultt seed wheat Made 21 bushels to sore J H Thompson Preaohersvlllc ITbo rich Saratoga Cup race was won by Africander outsider In the betting hone was second and Waterboy third Dan Patch broke the worlds record for preen going tbe mile In 160 driv en by M E McHenry at Brighton Beach The courts hero decided that Hicks tbe negro jockey may remain In the East to fulfill his contract with Perry Belo nt O A Swlnebroad Is feeding 230 273 pound hogs of his own raising Ho has kept them so far mostly on corn of bis own raising Eugene Berkelo of Garrard owns the horse llarve Dunn won the road ster premium with at the D rod he Fair Friday W R Cook of Lancaster sold to G Fox a pair of cotton mules t 1181 60 and bought of John Henderson a mare mule for 1100 William Royston sold to Ben Brlg a three year old mule for 1100 at Lan caster yesterday Qo refused 1826 for a pair of mules Mr Royston also sold a horse for 176 PaR R TFor next year my far of 225 acres near Moreland adjoining B B King 100 acres to go In wheat or rye this fall Wrlto M J Hoffman Wllllamsburg Ky 4t Win Jennings Bryan of Lincoln Neb bought of Cbos Rator of Norm all III a team of chestnut horses Price 11600 One of the horses Is a saddler and named Roosevelt John Crutchfleld sold to Hunter House his farm of acres on Hawkins1 givenII at go In bBlau Territory to make his home J C Slier of Springfield bought of J H Thompson of Prcacbersvllle a fouryearold sorrel gelding for 8200 Drownm of a burr cane which swept over Jamaica bass plantations the price of bananas New York City has been advanced from 75 cents to three dollars a bunch Henry Anderson sold to Jake Robin tOO six 1000 pound steers at 3Jo at three at 3o to E P Woods 11 150 pound shoats at So and bought a mare and colt of James Poppies at fancy price Geo Ketehom owner of rise worlds trotting champion Crcscous ed a white automobile which ho laten boreg at O In a few days A friend of Scott Hudtoo tbo iredriver says ho won 857000 In the P00 when Hawthorne won the Banner Me morial at Brighton Bench Ho he anwstake which he wonIIemp cutting Is In progress Tho dry weather has materially Injured the crop but prices Ire good Some 0 hemp was recently sold for 85 75 a planters are expecting that much or more for tbo new crop Winchester COUNT There were no cattle on the Lancaster market yester day but everybody seemed to mules A large number changed ban at 8100 to 1170 Tbo horse market also active The crowd was above t average for August M J Farris bee purchased of Thorn as Prewltt of tbo West End 00 acres of land adjoining his Ewing farm at 130 Mr Farrls has besides this about Boybo g net land holder In the county Advo vita NEWS NOTES waiter at SllLLke City commit IA sulolde by means of the water cureGeorge McIntyre a school teacher shot himself to death at Corydon Junction Ind It U announced that Japan will hay o a yaoht In the next contest for the Americas Cup The tax assessor at Oyster hay fixed tho valuation of President Roosevelts property at 840000 A strenuous thief visited the farm of Ruu V Bishop near Versailles and stole a hive of boot Gen Black of Illinois was elected Commander lnChllf of tbe Grand Army of the Repnbllo A jury at Cunnelton lad acquitted Mrs Martha E Dixon of the charge of poisoning her husband Edward H Trimble a former Louts rifts boy was drowned while bathing at a camp near Cincinnati A man weighing 600 pounds was burled at Bristol Pa A derrick was used In handling the casket The lire In the oil field near Sour Lake Tex has been extinguished Tho lose did not exceed 850000- An underground mortuary chapel be to constructed In Calvary Cemetery In New York for burial of privets Tbe Baltimore and Ohio railroad has signed contracts for 60000 tOOl of 85 pound steel rails for 1001 delivery Capt William Rollloi one of the oldest and bestknown pilots of tbe Tennessee river llnesdicd at Paducab- A colored boy jumped from a bridge over East river at Brooklyn a dist anon of 147fect and llyed to tell tbo tale At Frankfort led Harvey Thomas was killed by Harry Loveland who struck him with bis flit breaking bis neck John Ellsler the Veteran actor and theatrical monster died In New York egad 82 Ho was tbe father of Efile Ellsler Capt Jas H Kerr of Lexington one of the wealthiest Mono In Fayette ownedd2 echDcal d orao accommodations this year or will be placed In halftime classes poalohtg locked up In New Yory on the chart of passing worthless checks Cotton brokers at New Orleans made fortunes during the recent bull cam ropalgo9avea dealers are reported to have cleared up 81000000 each Five buildings of the big plant of tbe Chemical Company General of tbe United States at Camden N J were destroyed by fire at a loss of 8125000 Now York detectives have recovered over 810000 worth of plunder from tbe apartments of Gentleman George an expert robber shot by them last week Six men who left Chicago for Patagonia in search of a rich goldmine have been detained at Turks In too West Indies as suspected filibust ers Pending settlement of tbe affairs of the Citizens National Bank of Beau moot Tex the Barron Banking Com pany of Thornton Tex hoe closed Its doors Tbe body of 13 year old Mary Lou1aad It from ear to ear A negro farm hand is held on suspicion crowdedd a w of a jewelry store at Canton 0 and escaped with a tray containing dia monde worth 82000 Goo John C lack of Illinois was elected Commanderla Chief of the Na Frande d next year In Boston A surgical operation performed on Maj Charles H Smith Bill Arp at reyealelad gall stones more than 2000 In number Bococdk b door near Ashland while services wero In progress Both were seriously Injured and Bococks wound may provo fatal IdArthur S of Nashville who dimpersonated Gov Bcokham In Florida and who is serving a jail sentence In Washington Is wanted at Richmond Va on the charge of passing two bo gus checks Too G A R closed Its 37th encamp Fraaclacoattaruoaalrnoude a rotlramaho ni during which his oHlcIal conduct was without just criticism George Wharton Pepper has flied a bill of complaint against J Edward Addlcks and others alleging fraud In a transaction by which 1500000 share of stock of the Bay State AdI i LANCASTER Elder Tinder Is holding a meeting near Cynthlana l V A Lear shipped to Cincinnati a car load of sheep and hogs Annie Herndon entertained the 1l11e Club Tuesday evening Davidson sold 27 coffin to Gentry for Nelson Morris Hemp 16 feet high is on exhibition hero It was raised on the Terrell placeL SEIkln bought of Milton Ward some heifers at 8286 and of Henry Hurt some at 3c A Gnrrard trotting horse was winner of one of too best prizes offered at tbe Brbdhcad fairxThe Minor Flouring Mills ore to be overhauled and restocked to begin op o rations Sept 1 Miss Nancy Oakley of Deobcrd Tenn has arrived to take a position In the graded sbool The pupils of tbe Lancaster Graded School will be required to wear a blue uniform and mortarboard hats Mrs John Slormes entertalnedliFrl day evening In honor of Mr and Mrs W H Wherrltt of New Orleans H Clay Dunn had his hands badly burned by striking a match too close to some furniture recently rubbed with goiollno Miss Theo Hcmphlll will attend Hamilton College this year Miss Le na Rlgney has been entertaining a number of friends at a house party O Speaks W Walker andiiGeorgo Smltb who are running a thresher In Kansas write that they are totting al they can do and that wheat lie rotting on the ground Dr EVH Pearce preached ithe last sermon of his pastorate at theiMetbo filet church Sunday unless be Is teas signed to this place by conference Is sincerely hoped that he will be re turned here- Lancaster probably has tbe oldest individual spending a portion of her time In this community that resides any where In this section In the per son of Mrs Minerva Beddow She Is 07 years old and has sees her children of the 4th generation pass more than a decade Geo T Mason of Chicago hoe been visiting Mrs Elizabeth Mason Mlsaes Ciao Baugbman of Stanford and Lil lian Bright of Danville are guests o Miss Mottle Mae Robinson Misses Josephine and Mary Hudson of Dan villa are visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Eld Holloa Frank of Lexington ha been visiting here Miss Bettle Me Fall of Louisville Is the guest of Mrs W R Games Miss Alice Henderson Is at home again after a trip to Penn sylvania Miss Marietta Crowe of Louisville Is visiting MrJand Mrs A B Brown Sr Misses Lellafjand Ethel Oran of Danville are visiting rela rives here Shirley Elklnbas returned ta Mlddlesboro Judge J SRobIn son has been on a visit toflustonvllle Mils Lizzie yBrown and Mrs E C aloes have returned from a visit to Lexington J J Dunlap has returned from a visit to Mr and iMrsG W Dunlap In Colorado Robert Elkln has returned to Atlanta Miss Nellie flopper of Charleston West Va has been visiting Mrs E L Poor Mrs Kll tare and child of Texas have been visiting Mrs JS Robinson Mrs Mollie Young and little fiCbas Pox Wltwer have returnedttifrom Owen county Miss Eliza Jones of Danville Is visiting Mil MaryiDoty Miss Lucy Arnold of St Louis Is visiting Mrs W S Beazley Mr and Mrs G R Hardln of Coylngton are visiting Mrs J W Grant MrsWmMorrs has re turned to Knoxville Mrs Thos Boyd and children ofOklaboma have been with Mrs U D Simpson Shies Aber ta Hilton Is visiting inBrodhead Mr and Mn Jas I Hamlltonhavo been visiting In Brodhead Not OverWise There is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared at a grass hopper but in the act of heedlessly treading on a snake This is paralleled by the man who spends a large sum of money building a cyclone collar but neglect to provide his family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlsrrhoen Remedas a safeguard against bowel complaints whoso victims outnumber those of tile cyclone a 100 to one This remedy is everywhere recognlieil as the most prompt and reliable medicine in use for these diseases For sale by Craig A Hock er- S SOno hundred and twentyone men who were born and reared la 0 Renton this State have become cashiers of thelDielvesIn Puts an End to it All A grievous wall oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed comIput an buybleed by all Drug Stores v 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 area markedfdown to COST and LESS IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danviiie IB SPECIAL SALE 1naBuggies and Surreys tForthe next 15 days Cut this Out ewe Ami it will be wo- rth50O r Credit to you on a Bug gy or Surrey Only one credit on each Job sold J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky I PURE VINEGARS impresstharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is n mistaken perfectlyeFoodLmsbut of every country in the world We sell and place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz J faltI Vinegar Heinz Pickling Vln egar HelnzClder Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Comejf HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Invest In PaintA Pantoti your buildings adds 10 per cent to paintingGood paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go farther and last longer than over before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you willIlearn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate UsjQrALITY Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky CHRISTIAN COLLEGE aw Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKYT- he president is a graduate of Kentucky University and ho 1 spent several years In the College of Germany where he secured the Ph D degree He will Hmlsled by a lull corps of experienced teacher ssssn fo SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 CAMPBELLHAGERMAN COLLEGE For Girls andYoung Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Full and thorough Instruction by an able and experienced Faculty in all departments including Music Art Eocu tion and the Languages Ancient and Modern New and modern buildings handsomely furnished Gymnasium l Swimming Pool c Most beautiful and location For catalogue address B C HAGERMAN President Lexington Ky f t F i Y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a candidate for Shcrlfl of Lincoln county tutject to the Action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD- Is r a canal ne for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tHe action of the democratic parry T JEFF HILL SR Is candlJaU for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party I jAMES c HAYS Is candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party I i WI HERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic rarty SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic part A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the patty Democratic Ticket For Governor JC W JJECKHAM For Lieutenant Governor IP P THORNE For Auditor of Stat- eS no EAGER For Treasurer H M BUSWORTH For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State JT V McCUESNET For Superintendent of Public Instruction J 11 FUQUJiIFor Committioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREEIAND Fer Clerk of Court of AppealI j MOROAX CHIN For Railroad Commissioner Lk C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge IP COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN fL For Circuit Clerk V J F HOLDAM For Repreientttlre J M ALVERSON IT was a high compliment to Hon Harvey Helm when friends of both gentlemen selected him to make trace for Congress over the old wheel horse democrat and splendid gentle man Hon R C Warren They recog dlzed In Mr Helm a winner and choose him for the purpose of winning That he Is a popular candidate Is Bhowd by the marked attention he receives wherever he goes and the numerous letters of congratulation and pledges of support be receives dally There Is every reason why Mr Helm should Drove successful In his race and we oanQdently believe that be will win the Domination which praise the Lord Is equivalent to an election The writer was In Rockcastle last week and found that be Is very strong In that county Rockcastle and Lincoln are closely silted and the good and gallant democrats of that county are glad of the opportunity to do us a turn Mad lion county democrats are mindful the fact that Lincoln county baa stood by them through thick and thin and well wager they will prove only too glad to return the compliment by sup porting Mr Helm Garrard and Boyle are with UR In Congressional Senato- rIal and Judicial districts and certainly with those ties the democracy of those counties will do the right thing and support the splendid young democrat whose candidacy we are pleased to es Mercer has candidate In Hon Dan Moore but then she has candidates for many other offices and If she does DOt want the earth well fenced in the democrats there will pull Mr Moore off and be satisfied with Hon Morgan Chine for clerk of the court of appeals Hon W Conn Bell for circuit judge and Hon Charles A HardIn for Commonwealths Attorney Shelbys can d date Is the present Incumbent who has aerved his constituency well and who has friends all over the district He has had several terms of the office thougband we see no reason why anoth er equally as good a democrat should not have the honor for at least one term We are told too that Mr Gil bert has his eye on the U S Senate Hadnt the Eighth district better save him to succeed Senator Blackburn that wear him out sending him to Con rrlt term after term If Lincoln county baa ever bad a democratic Congressman It is not within the recollection of the oldest Inhabitant and she thinks her time has come at last and has good rea sons for so thinking IF Corbin is as bad a place as the News published at that place makes Ittbe charter should bo burned and the town wiped oil of the map FoJlowlnli Is an Item from Saturdays There Is more meanness going on around Corbln than many seem to think A few days ago a little girl un der 12 years of age was arrested and thrown Into Jail on the charge of drunkenness 1TUE statistical year book for the Ger I man Empire just Issued makes a com parison of the postotflce business of a number of the larger countries These figures show that the United States handled 7I250000000 letters and post cards In 1000 while Great Britain and Germany each bandied 3500000000- France22OoooOOOAustrlaHunjZary 1000000000 Italy 775000000 Japan 730000000 and Russia 560000000 One curious feature of the German postal business is the enormous propor clan Of postal cards used Nearly one 1hldof the total number of pieces handled In Germany are cards while only onetwelfth of the total figures for the United States are postals The dif ference is atrlbuted by the Contul toI the saving spirit of the GermadeI POLITICAL Morris B Belknap republican nomi nee for governor Is booked to be at the Barbourvllte faIr Sept 3 Jamie F Grlffln present Incumbent defeated Fred Hays for the republican nomination for circuit clerk of Rock castle The republicans of the Eighth judlI clal district In convention at Bowling seen nominated John M Galloway for circuit Judge and Nat T Howard for Commonwealths attorney The Republicans of the Eleventh ju dicial district In convention at Lebanon nominated W H Sweeney for Commonwealths Attorney They made no nomination for Circuit Judge Gov Dole and the other territorial officers of Hawaii have decided to to float the 12000000 loan autborlzedE by the last Legislature They believe the Honolulu banks will take the entire Issue Secretary of War Root has sailed for England pointing out before his departure that he can not be a candidate for vice president on the Roosevelt ticket because both men are from the same State Congressman James A Hemenway has been glyen the assurance by Speaker Cannon that he will be appointed chairman of the Appropriations Com mittee a posItion that ranks second to the speakershlp When the political battle opens at Winchester Sheridan Belknap will be more than 20 miles away and he will be just about that far behind at the finish In November remarks the Louisville Times Owing to the desire of republican leaders in Congress to cease agitating the Negro question It Is said that there Is little likelihood of Representative Borelngs bills for the punishment of Negro intlmldators being coated Into laws In compliance with the request of prominent republicans District Attorney U D Hill has drawn two bills pro viding for the punishment of persons who Interfere with the voting of Ne groes in Federal elections The bills will be Introdnced in Congress by Rep resentative Vincent Borolng the present laws baying been held unconstltu tlonal The Democratic Campaign Committee decided that the campaign should be opened by Gov Beckham Septem ber 5 at Winchester Others besides the Governor will speak The cam paign will be vigorously pushed from that time and Gov Beckham will make four speeches the following week The committee also finished In part the work of naming the chairmen of the county compalgn committees Judge Hazelrlgg filed suit In tbeI Franklin Circuit Court and State Fiscal Court for I B Nail Com missioner of Agriculture against the Auditor to test the question as to whether Nan Is entitled to salary from January 1 to February 25 1000 the date on which the Board of Election Commissioners passed on the contest awarding certificates to Democratlo contestauta The result of the Ohio Democratic gubernatorial convention will depend upon the settlement of contests involv ing 145 delegates Both sides are hard at work seeking to secure control of the convention At the close of a long conference In Columbus between Tom L Johnson and Charles Salen of Cleveland and John W Bookwalter the latter issued a signed statement withdrawing from the race for indorse ment for United States Senator before the democratic State convention HERE NDTHERE I England has nearly 4000 female butchers Lord SallsburYltbe former British Premier Is dead Reliance easily won from Shamrock I III In the yacht race A negro woman died at NelT Orleans at the age of 114 years The price of labor In Alaska Is 84 CO to 10 50 a day with board A man was drowned In New York while trying to save his collie dog Lou Dllllon trotted a mile In 200 list at Readvlllo Mass making a now rec ordTyrus Robinson shot and killed his brotherinlaw Frank Davis at Shaw nee Tenn Mrs Carey Slusber of Big Stone Gap Va will call her triplets Ken tucky and Tennessee Mat Gelsler aged 70 Georgo Kep ley 80 and Albert Todd 74 died on the lamp day at Madison Ind Fighting continue throughout Mace donia and the Insurgents are said to be In the ascendency A special train on the New York Central was wrecked at Little Falls The engineer and fireman were killed and several others Injured It is feared that serious lots of life has resulted from a hurricane which swept over the Cayman Islands The damage to property Is great A general strike Is threatened In the shipyards ofNew York and vicinity as a result of the demand of the marine machinists for higher wages A Henderson man cut his wifes throat with a razor and was hljaself badly beaten by a neighbor who Interfered to prevent the woman from being milled King Edward In a tribute to the late Lord Salisbury referred to him as a great statesman who had rendered Queen Victoria the King and his country Invaluable services The attorneys for Caleb Powers haye contented to the defendant making a speech to the jury at Georgetown in his own behalf Powers will close the argument on the side of the defense Strikes will be Inaugurated ball the restaurants in Chicago controlled by the Restaurant Keepers Association At least 150 restaurants will be affected and 9000 persons will be thrown out of employmentAccording to the laws of the State of New York a marriage Is legal If the contracting parties appear before a no tary public and sign a witnessed dec laratlon that they Intend to liyo togeth as man and wife An excursion train on the Northern Pacific Railroad bound for an Elks clam bake at Olympia Wash was thrown over a 40 toot embankment by spreading rails Two men were killed four persons probably fatally hurt and 30 others sustained severe Injuries HIGHLAND Born to the wife of C M Young a girlMr K G Martin has been engaged to teach the school at SauQey H P Young fell and hurt his hip se verely The physicians pronounced it a fractureBen whose feet were mashed by the wheels on an engine Is improving The meeting at the Methodist church conducted by Revs Carrier and Thompson has closed on account of the pas tore illnes- sbe Ernst while on his way toOtten helm raised an umbrella which frIght- ened tbe horse they were drlvlngcaus ing the carriage to be upset Mrs Ernst was considerably bruised Miss Maude Jenkins and Joseph Skldmore were married at the residence of Rev J M Cook by that gen tleman who has probably married as many couple as any one In the county Deputy Sheriff Lynn arrested John Walls the boy who knocked young Spires down with a base ball bat His grandfather A J Young went on bis bond and he was allowed to remain with his griefstricken mother Mr and Mrs John Reed left Sunday for Indianapolis Mrs Nellie Newell of Science Hill Is visiting her father Johff Reed Sr R R Rtgan o Pretcbersvllle was hero Sunday to see H P Young Logan Bryant and fam ily have returned from a visit to her parents on Fishing Creek Mrs Mollle Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion land these Tablets are just what is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward ofi the approaching attack Attacks ofblllous colic may be prevented in the same way For sale by ICralKIIocker Estrayed or Stolen p A brown bay bone about 0 or 10 yearS old left my July 28 Mane lays on left aide Any Information thereto will be paid for OEO WOARTERTorncnlIIe If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial Farm For Sale I r Richard Simpson homestead farm near Gilberts heck Depot Ilai 100 acres and li Improved with dwelling bun etc sodium good Also 15 acrus of land adjoin log John Iloltzclaw and 7 acres adjoining John and Alex Traylor and Win Huffman Separate tracts SIMPSON HEIRS Lancaster Ky FOR RENT Mv farm containing 68 acres with goof dwelling thoroon I over for rent prlvatelq In wheat I In corn remaking go 2D acres ior grass land Will aUo sell the crop and cock on the place privately lleaty good stock water necesllary outbuildings Including s good itock barn fie Farm must be in tbe next a or a weeks It lays a mile from Hnstonvllle on Mlddleburg pike Pos I session given at once HustonvllleMRS F JENKINS SUMMER BARGAINS AT THE GRAND LEADER All tho now style 59c Shirt WnlsU we have in stock go in this Summer Sale at 35c 300 CoMots worth COo 60o and OOo onuh go In this Summer Salo at e G9c Odds and lands of wash ROQfts Dlml tios and Organdlos wore 121 16 and 17o to dose thorn qutakly tie yd yd 300 Ladies Straw Sailors 4 White and Black were 5oc 4 CHOICE J4c i B CO S Manasaor Notice To Hedge Fence Growers 4 Land owners maintaining hedge toner along public highways are notl6ed that It Is unlawful to obstruct either the ditches er right of ways by leaving tbe brush on the road and 1ny one w offending will bel pro ecutod If same U wit ret OTU4 In a reaOtI abletlmeJAS 1 IIAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court ft 8 PRICE Surgeon OOetoTr UcCotorti THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE Illack Berkshire hog Southdown sheep High Grade buck oneyearold J STEELE CARPENTER nuttonvllle Ky R A JONES DENTIST Office over Hlgglns sit McKlnnejs Store Telephone Nu 01IDR P Ws Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Sheers West Main aunt Stanford Kentucky Small Place For Rent I House with five rooms garden and 10 acres of bluegrass land for rent Will also root 35 or 40 acres of wheat land on shares Located one mile East of Moreland- J M CARTER SR Moreland Ky Nice Home For Sale Cottage of three rooms and porch in Moreland Good garden feed stable Mid large warehouse sell at low price with terms to atilt purchaser Property belong to hide k Turner llle but will be by me Clear tote n 0 BIPlLE Moreland Ky PUBLIC SALE Tuesday Sept lit one mllo from May wood five miles from Stanford East of Somerset pike known as tho Thos Wood farm I will offer for sale 40 stock hop n sow and 10 pigs 13 yearling steers 0 heif ers I fat cow 1 extra good milk cow 1 brood mare 8 years old I mule colt 1 sad die mare 200 of stock ewes to be sold In small lots Corn to be sold In field Two acres of cane a good garden a No 1 phaeton buckboard 2 sets of buggy har ness 1 two horee wagon and harness I turning plow 1 side saddle 1 gentleman saddle 1 shot gun Household and kitchen furniture Farm of 300 acre with good residence to be rented to the highest bid der until the tat of January All the farm Is In except 12 acres The farm can also be rented for the coming year on day of sale Terms made known on day of solo Cdl J P Chandler Auct WMEREDITH 1 P SMy reason for selling out is that I am going to Jelllco to go In the goods bust mac All our 76o 1100 and 125 Shirt Waists go In this Summer Sale at 69c 200Corsots worth7Co ilDO and 238 go In tlits Summor Sala at 59c Pino quality Drsst Gingham sod at 10a ytl In this Summer Sjilo your ehofeo 6c All our 8135 8750 and 12 Waists i RO in this Summer Sale at 98c QCOlFloxIbono Cotsola made for Stou- t6gureaword euo and BOO Swwntr i Sale prko 89c 300 pairs LaiUos line Oxfords Pat Calf and IvW vrero 1360 choice 175 I Mens 125o and 15oo ti Weight Suits to reduce our largeiIstock we offer you choice 85o I THE GRAND LEADERM LEVY Prors B LEVY Donti- etBtanfordILy 11HuUl StanfordKy Withers Furniture Co ti Doalors in Fino Furniture Carpets Rugs Wall Paper Window Shades ifcc Manufacturers of Picture Frames IRANGESALEs We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go at 1425 Tho 25 kind will go at 2126 The 30 kind will go ftt24Tho 885 kind will go ItnO50n1- 0840 kind will go lt376The 50 kind will go nlHO You Imve never had such an opportunity pre eented to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be set up in your kitchen nail guaranteed GEO H FARRIS ft CO Stanford Ky Witches Of Quality For Ladies and Men Witches that will be a credit to tbe wearer Plain or beautifully engraved cases containing reliable works to make perfect timepieces PRICES RIGHT W H MUELLER Stanford 1KyWe Want You All To Dome and be numbered among our regular cuitoner You will certainly see that be sides a decided saving of money there are many other advantages to bu gained by purchasing your groceries from me A glance at these prices end comparison of should prove convincing test + Mason glass Jars 55c per doicn beat fruit cam lOc par dozen good coffee toe per 4pound All kinds of tinware cutlery so gar mlltaI In fact all hoaYland fancy groceries sold In and be aan- ci 1W PBRRIN the Grocer 110 MSt Stanford Kv YOUNG MAN J Drop in and examine our line of 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky I f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Avu i103 In filling your prescriptions we uio the right medicines In tho exact Clone and with proper caro Wo could not do bettor If yon ui doublo the price which Is always reasonable Pen CVI Druz SeoroyePERSONALS Mns WAVEULY HAMILTON attended tho Brodncad fair JESSE P COOK spent Sunday with tho homefolkt hero Miss ILA HOLUAM of Crab Orchard It with the Misses Menefee Miss EMILY CIIFNAULT of Rich mood li with Mill Tevls Carpenter MRS MARTHA COLLINS was a guest of Mrs M L Harris at Crab Orchard Mil E P OWSLKY aud wife loft for their home at Columbus tSunday RouniEANuCoiiNiK PENNY of Danville are with the Misses Ma bony r BxGov J Pitocrrou KNOTT and wife of Lebanon are at Crab Orchard Springs Mu ALLOY RCIIOOLFIELD of Dan Tlllo was the guest of the Misses Men efee Sunday buts JOSIE UANEY of Danville spent several day with the Misses Jones at Maywood Mn E Ii STOVER of Knoxvlllc spent several days with the family of Mr George D Hopper IMl9srs JIMMIB MAY CARR and Rut h Lebanon wore guests of t Mn Frank Wilkinson MISSES ALLIE nuwMAN and Sara Baughman wore guests of Mrs J II Booker at Huslonvlllo- MR T F STINK Is III and Mr Jas M Saufler Is holding down the Itow land agency In his stead JUDGE W E VARNON wise and Thomas Varnon spent several day at Crab Orchard Spring Mil J K niiLM of Lincoln county Is visiting his brother Mr George Holm Lexington Herald MRS HARLAN CAIUUHK and Mlis guelIs of Mr M D amore and wife MR W M BOULB and wife of Ov ensboro wore here Saturday en route to UuitoQVlllc to visit his mother and sister One M E Plan and handsome little grandson Monlai Plub wbo have been visiting relatives here returned to Crab Orchard Friday MIK AXNIR STBKLR COOK very charmingly otartalnwl Friday after soon In honor of her little friend Miss Bessie Kay HngUman MRS P P UUDLBMAK and Muse Battle and PAttio Mooros of Louis vllle and Florence Tanner of MoKIn nay are guests of the Misses VanDe a veer MR JASON WESLEY of Mlddleburg I was here Saturday llo thinks bo will win the republican nomination for cir cult clerk of Casey at the primary on Oct Mil E C MOORE of Casey came u Saturday and wok back with him his sister Mrs Edgar Wilkinson and children who will remain during tbo Liberty fair MRS W P WALTON and children W P Jr Owsler and Mary Miller have returned from a pleasant visit to Lake Cbautauqua New York Lex ington Democrat MESDAMES NAN T WEAREN and Pauline Harden who have boon via itlcg Mr and Mrs W H Wcaren re turned to their homes at Lexington and Dupont Ind Friday- A PICNIC party at the Cascades at on tne Cumberland was gives In honor of Miss Mary Carpenter of Huston vllle the charming guest of Miss Daisy Soulo Somerset Journal Miss CLYDE MCGINNIS has returned attar a pleasant visit to Miss Polly Traylor at Stanford Mrs Alfr Coulter has returned homo after a days visit to relative StanfordAd vocato Miss ELLEN DALLOU of S Is visiting Mrs W J Brown M Reynolds assessor of Lincoln county and Mack Williams operator at Kings vlllo wero guests of W R Gooch Somerset Journal Dod DRYE of Ilustouvllle had some bones in ono of his ankles broken at tho Columbia fair Ho was showing horse when another horse In the nit e kicked at him striking Mr Dry oorankle shattering It Uo was able return home but has suffered Intense painIN ordering his paper changed from Marctsburg Rockcastlo county to Ford Kansas Mr W S Cummins that be is running an elevator from 3000 to 6000 bushels of wheat day He bought ISOOO worth pf that cereal from one man Wheat In hie 25IELIZAUGTII BOOLE One of the bed trained nurses tMJSS has been elected super of the Kings Daughters nOd Frankfort Sbo loft Saturday her duties and many Lexing ton frlondi aro wishing her success Lexington Democrat Miss Boglo la a native of the West End of Lincoln and L received Is deserving of tho high honor she hoe t CHARLES ROSENSTEIN was ID Frank tort Sunday Miss NARY Dory of Garrard with Mrs L L DotybefW C HAYS pa rentein the East Had Miss SALLIE PECK of Falmouth Is 0Miesv SineHON t sterday save a dispatch from that GDTenn has been with bis cousin Mr E P Woods TilE family of Mr G W Mlddlesboro tiforand Jackson counties- J O SILER and little son James Me Carley Slier of Springfield were here yesterday en route homo Miss CALLIE HORTON who has been oil on a vacation for a couple of weeks re tlHENRYson apveryFrhomefives and friend In Madison and Fay olte MIt FOROST S MoCLARY of Stan ford passed through yesterday en routo to Midway Lexington Democrat Miss CLOE BAUOHMAN who has been Io tsonterdayMILTON ELLIOTT JR who has Qwithturned to bis home at Lexington yes terday TilE solo by Miss Sumrell of Da vllle at the Baptist church Sunday night was a most enjoyable feature ofat the services Miss IIALLIE NEVIUS will entertain uMissesCan of Drodbead Miss MILDRED HAWKINS of Frank fort and Mr Joseph Hawkins of the same place are the guests of Mr H P Hawklnt and family PorryIanlahoJ M LoToll for several weeks re turned homo yesterday MR W H TRAYLOR will leave to jtreatmentmatlsm and we hope ha will be greatly baneAtedMof Brodbead our thanks for a pleas of her Iplend tiBrodheadthe blue tlo on fancy sewing butter ate LOCALS GOOD secondhand two horee wagon for solo Call at this oftlce SEE our 10 cents Window before host bargains are goon Parr Is St Co adpSwlnebroad Hubble Ky THE Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet at the home of Mrs Burch next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock ALL prescription work Intrusted to bWCraig BeckerpMY stock of trusses was never more complete than at the present time W successord to p11ntho right arm Inflicting a slight flesh wound The two had been at outs for some time edIION HARVEY HELM U an energetic campaigner a natural born orator will make tbo busting fairly rlogw atTHOSE Indebted to Craig S Hocker will please settle at once a dissolution of partnership makes It necessary to- closo our books W N Craig Phar rootlet successor to Craig k Hocker BaodotCg efo fair will furnish mu toe1o for the Somerset fair next we ekofThey will likely play bribe Coal Creek fair the following week TilE Liberty fair glue to mor youayegpersov ieoplo will leave nothing uad that will add to your pleasure M your arrangements to go HONS W CONN DELL and Charles forlatorney respectively were at Lancaster court yeaterday and were warmly reo celved by the good democrats of thatham sbapobereIn November It wont miss I- tlarialda well posted gentleman to vs GOOD stock scales for sale Apply at this ontee 2t FARMERS Stock your coalhouge ore the roads get bad JH Baugh man ft Co JUST received an elegant line of amber Sets from 8260 to C1250 k Co LADIBS Please call and see my nice line of new Fall heat and veiling Mrs Singleton BUY your meat of JAEstee II will deliver It at your house and han 21uuChristian etureu relay afternoon BLOODUOCND95herlff M Smith Baughman received from V G Mulll ken at Wllmoro Friday three blood bound pups of the finest blood CASEY people are liberal paVons of the merchants and others ncoln Let our geoplo show proper preciation of this by attending the berty fair Wednesday Thursday and iday of this week LUCKCtu Martha Luckey sin ter of Mr W A Fowle died at his home at Rowland Sunday afternoon aged 78 of Infirmities of old age The burial occurred In the Lancaster cemetery yesterday afternoon THE L hse eun receive e new locomotives ordered from the Baldwin Works They weigh 175000 pounds each without the tender The der was for 75 engines and they will be received at the rate of five a week AFTER uacoedlttonally agreeing to StanforaFemale College Prof C H Gordlnler the last minute accepted another pofuslilon The trustees are with another able teacher and later us that the next setslonwlll begin on schedule time A NUMIIBR of our people will take advantage of the cheap rato of 1360 for the roundtrip to Chattanooga to morrow Wednesday The train pease Junction City at 1015 A M and arrives at Chattanooga at S60 M Returning Friday29thMcCRBARY AiD HAYS Senator mes B McCreary and Hon N B AttorneyGenHral onday afternoon Sept 14 county herIdooun es will be present to bear the dls tlngulsbedgantlemen TUB true bluo Morgan men who wore roped Into the reunion at Parks Hill by a lot of traitors aro not entitled much sympathy but while they wore holding the socalled reunion intohea shot as a deserter who flopped to t republican party and sold out for a hat tie Federal oNce said Col James W Guest of Crab Orchard Bee Duke and Steve Sharp worked the other lei lows for suckers Lexington Demo CraLTnATJudge Saufley Is one of the ablestlurUte in Kentucky no one will dispute and his retirement from tho ench is sincerely regretted by the eople of Garrard Irrespective of arty He Is an able lawyer absolute ly fearless In the discharge of hit iest will not tolerate the delay or e forts to thwart justice and hit lute Impartiality has woo for him t highest esteem and confidence of the The loss of the services of tuch man In Indeed a great misfortune to coq community yLancaltor Record LARGE crowds attended the Brad head fair each day and the association mutt have come out very much to the laclthThe rings were all hotly con while tbo race wero even be ter than usual Secretary J Thomas Cherry President J W Tato and tbo board of directors worked hard for the success of the fair and right well were their efforts rewarded The tae urnout ring Friday probably attract cabmore attention than any ring curl the fair There were six entries and the first premium went to Bud Dunn Madison Miss Rlsslo Williams of Mt Vernon drovo with him John Ncvlus of this place and Miss ace aecorawStan ord and Miss Hilton of Brodhead third Walter W Saundera and Miss NCae w cootea Madlyka00 was a rings as was Roy Bcazloy of Boyle John Cook of this place brought back ono blue and a half dozen or so red and yel low ribbons Harvo Dunn of Brad bead woo the roadster ring Friday Dave Wilcox the trot and W It n of Danville the running Brodhead people were lavish In their hospitality and If there was a soul the fair who did not feel that it good to be there he kept hit troubles tohlmielt TilE wife of John Daub of the T Highland section who was a daughter of Mr M P Hubble died Sunday eve ning of consumption aged 26 and was burled at Mt Morlab yesterday after noon NOTICE Is berebglgqen Sept 26 altalnlf1Lincoln Cooper clerk Lincoln County Court IFAST WORK Mr A C Connett botjtiew work He put 1500 dozen quarts In loss than sev days It took about 40 barrels of A WELLKNOWN aged citizen of Lie coin county attempted suicide by hang leg himself In this city a few days ago privilegeback room of a business house on ernon Avenue Alter awakening ho procured a rope and made three Ineffectual attempts at selfdestruction the rope breaking each time He It a lonely unfortunate old man whose life has been above reproach until within a few years past ho took to the CUp8om erect Journal Tales without names are unsatisfactory The Journalthould tell the whole story or none LAND FOR SALE I eplkelreoldeDce but outhouses good Abundant water applicationMRS HOME FOR SALE I I over for sale my property In Lancaster withframeland end Is ono of the hen home In town in sell or trade for a small farm For rther particulars write KyroFOR SALE For good reason I will tell my farm of 75 acres all In Ira except 6 acres 134 miles Ktagsmotion call on or adores MATTIE II WYLIE Paint Lick Ky FOR SALE acrtIIMotelandJoin Farm li In high state ofyltivation well watered with good Im provement H 0 I1AUOI1MA- NIluU3DvllieKy NOTICE andholottrlof ttieslODSt0JAMES P BAILEY eyJudge Lincoln County Court A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Otter his services as Auotoiner to the people of Lincoln County He will please you both in work and price Write to him He C RUPLEY TailorrKYheGoods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Treasurers Sale For Taxes I gOn Monday Aug 31 1003 between the hou4 r at the court 111110lletotpay the school taxof District No 91 of Ltn propertyThIsfour weeks and the names will dIsappear as soon ea the tax and cost Is paid Caldwell U 50 acres 60 nuskln James 150 acres lSS lSld104KM O MUnPHY Dist Teen FARM FOR SALE ndON SATURDAY SEPT Sth zoos tblCourtlloull decdfarmsled Immediately on tho Hustonrlllo tuna dwellfedpantry front and back porch two barns a tenant home and other necessary outbulld lags Onolmlf aero In nice bearing orchard The place 1s well with nor erfalllng springs has No well near the ofboulegrass acre In clover nod timothy 30 acres Wes In wheat and has stand cultivationEleahotrlccountryItForfnrtherparwpeW B McKlnney Stanford Ky MK9 BESSIE n McKINNEY Stanford Ky See the New Fall Styles at i I Cummins S McClary IIit 9 a YI i lh r h AUGUSTIs our month for cleaning up remnants from our Springand Summer 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 MensIat 9anti we will convince you of REAL REDUCTION Terms Cash HJiVTRoberts CUT PRICES t On Wash Skirts Wash Waists Light Skirts Slippers Oxfords tii Mens and Womens Canvass i Shoes Lawns c MidSummer Notions m I Such as ComhsFansFan Chainsmj Lace Hose Gloves Waist Sets Belts c New i iigoodti every week in this imcnt SEVERANCE departI OIL STOVESaeaeeenseaRefrigerators Water Cooler Screen Doors and Windows Screen Netting mootll and Barb Wire Oran and Bush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose r a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered tithe port otfice at Stanford at sondoia 11 mail- erLPat7lshaTtada aaxedFridu v- 4T a 1 PER YEAR CASH tO When otsopaldS33OO will bech rgd KNOXVILLE DIVISION oi Train going North 104 2JOmm pm 025II SOlllh1217am1023 HMpm FORRENT Mv storeroom recently occupied byVm Severance Will rent for one or moro yean p J Be OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chruulc diseases end for con Rultatton Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must ba paid promp- tlyUMBRELLAS made almost ecpverad and rIt I Ohn as good as new thebettor than tramE- repltlren fix your umbrella Otte and for leas money Stann- tdJ1cE ATKIIiS trIal FRANK Traglor DEALtRS IN Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer GInars Etc Carpenter Oloteto DepotSTANFORD KY attention Nothing but the fces Prompt and polile orders receive rolllptatttnUonI I 1 D WearenInsuranGc Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New in the 818171063512Surplus 19436OJ869 Casey Garrard end Lincoln counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky I 1BMliony insurance l fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties o LIncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but tbo- Itroneat and best OldLine Companies represented and the low set rates are guaranteed Phone e3 Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitablestrongest- in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity x Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Mrs Laura S Webb YlcoPmiMent Womnnjs I emo cratio Club of Northern OhIo- dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching noticed Wine of to a bot tic experienced some relief the first month to kept on taking It for three months now menstruate with no pain and shall take It oil and on now until have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of tho womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off Tbeyfollow woman to the change not wait but take of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any age Wine of Cardui relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When ou come to tho change of lifo Mrs Webbs letter will mean more to you than it does now Dot you now avoid the suffering sho endured Druggists lelle1 tUCI of Wins of Ca- rdINEQFCARDUI PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clf rwi bnutines ua hair now i a Inturknt DwtIa OayIIetrw dlwwi k ruby JKitDdSImtt nm NEW LIVERY STABLE s w BIIBBa k Self Prrn JUNCTION CITY KY firstGlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and flay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Tror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Ever hlog firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 JsH BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE et Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Hates Call on us on Depot Street Also Deat ra In Ogal t J L Beazley 6 Con f I Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODXILZUI FurnUureMattiii2SRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENT JOKY J+ G MccMYEDIBALiZER And Dealest In- HABNESS SADDLEBY tC Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder ac- acheIIeartDteeaebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary wrlto Dr Kennet lie has spent a lire tlmo curing just sues cases as you rs All consultations Free Clgnt months In bed heavy backache pain and soreness across kldneyM alsortaeu uiatirai Other remedies failed Dr Pennon e Kidney and IlurUaclio Cure cured tno completely IL WATERS Hamlet N Y Druggists cop II Ask for Cook Hook Free STVITUSDANC CURE Sure Ffjnnert Curo CrcularnrI CBG e LGXffiGTOn DemOClRltC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year- It It especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all tho hens without fear or favor We P Walton Editor 8 Pror Lexington Ky IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR REST PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF CONSTIPATION JyonsLaxative SyrupIs nude ot Casein Sagrada and other drugs that are equally as beneficial in the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach andIbowel troubles arising from consUp1l1onIVERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND 25 and 0c Bottles Ask your For Sole at Pennys Drug Store THIS AND THAT Negro philanthropists plan to buy Music Hall IIon John O Carlisle bought a new home at Greenwich CoonIThe entire family of Huinbeits aci cused of gigantic frauds were found guilty In Paris Luther Tinsel colored was banged in the jail at Geneva Ala for the murder of a white Jane Anna Longiaild who aa a chili lanced with the Duke of Wellington la dead in New York- Depositions of W J Davidson nndI Charles Finley were read In the Powers trial at Georgetown H P Hiolcelle editor and owner of the Memphis Tenn Scimitar was found dead in bed at Chicago William It MoKinnoy of Vlncennos Ind was choked to death by a tablet or capsule at South Bend Ind The greatest Jewish Zionist mdvemenl in the history of the world will have Its beginning at Borne In Switzerland Sun dayThe UroesbccV Tex National Bans his closed its doors Its president was also president of the failed Citizens Bank at Beaumont P J Wright a prominent farmer or Muscogee county Ga was shot and killed near Midland that State by W J Cunningham another farmer Charles Cornell Bonney aged 76 is dead He was tho originator and presi dent of the series of Worlds Congresses held In Chicago during tne Columbian of tho funeral of Menottl Garibaldi the eldest son of the Italian patriot will be paid by Italy King Victor Kinmanual was among those who paid tribute to the soldier The Brotherhood of Boilermakers and Iron Shipbuilders of Baltimore voluntarily decreased their wages for overtime with a view to enabling their employers to compete with firms elsewhere All the villages along the coast of Adrlanople from the Bulgarian frontier to Iniada are reported to be burning Persistent rumors are also In circulation of wholesale massacres at Monastlr A project is on foot by the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to establish in Boston a cemetery for the burial of pet animals and birds Subscriptions are now being Bolicted The United States Secret Service agents have secured the conviction In the Federal Court at San Francisco of a gang of counterfeiters the leader of whom is over 80 years old ant has been a counterfeiter for over 60 years The annual meeting of the Krieger bund of North America is In session at Terre Haute All the Krlcgetbunds of the United States will be merged into one arganizatlon embracing a membership of 30000 German veterans and soldiers of the German army OTTE 9Hadhis Eld John Long appointment at Pine Grove Sunday Mrs Joe Coleman bat returned from Cincinnati where she has been for 10 days on business Cecil Crutch eld killed a rattlesnake nearly four feet long with 12 rattles John Aebertold and Casper Abt also killed one each A vicious bull belonging to Anso Lautlwlck attacked I Ronecker and broke two ribs and hurt him otherwise On the same day Adam Petry had a narrow escape from tbe brute We are sorry to see our friend W D Wollln of Crab Orchard done up like he was In buying no many electric belts last court day But we suppose his object was to convert his buggy Into an automobile The marriage of Richard WonUea and Miss Matilda Benson was ono of tbe swollest events that has ever taken place hero Tbe ceremony was performed by Father Brlcntner at tbe Catholic churob which consumed an hour Benjamin Benson and Miss Kit tie Wentzea were the attendants bride and groom left the church door amid a shower o rice for the homo of the brides father The wedding cake was 2t feet high Mr Wentzea Is a bus pees man and we wish him and his beautiful wife a long and happy life A Sure ForDiarrhoea Coming as it does In the busiest season when a man least can afford 1o loco time a sure and quick cure for dlanlioea is very dcslrabo Anyone who has given It a trial will tell you that the quickest surest and most pleasant remedy in use for this disease Is Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There is no loss of time when it is used as one or two doses of it will cure any ordinary attack It never fails not even in the most severe and danger ous cues For tale by Craig Hocker CHURCH MATTERS Eld C E Powell preached at Kirks vllle Sunday Rev Q E Sumrell of Danville preached a One sermon at the Baptist church Sunday night Eld C E Powell will preach at Mo Cormacka church Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at 3 PM A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church In Crab Orchard Friday night by the pastor assisted by Rev Eotou Revs Livingston and Daugberteo have closed a weeks meeting at Goth cn church resulting In six addition and a general awakening of spiritual life in the church The Mt Victory camp meeting In Pulankl county will begin Aug 20 and close Sept 6 Tho camp ground Is about 15 miles from Somerset and roc taint about 1000 acres Tho new South Methodist Church at Carlisle being erected at a cost of ISO 000 U fact nearing completion whip work on the Presbyterian church to crest 117000 Is being rapidly pushed Rev John D Hammond Is charged with wasting 70000 of the Methodist mlI aud seven Methodist clergymen of San Francisco have signed a petition for an Investigation Tho Christian church at Plnevllle was dedicated last Sunday the services being conducted by Elder James F Mahoney and his son Frank wbo Is pastor of the Christian church at this place There was a beautiful musical program at the dedication and the ser vices were very Impressive Middles boro News ttThe special term of the Owalef r 1lslna1IODAllen under Indictment for murder were taken to Richmond for safe keep lag as the feeling against them it Booneville Is bitter L R Hughes Secretary A Treasurer Central Kontucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky NoIlIolIllDd let In SunforJSft roomihsll porch la the rear COO inltn coal neighborhood cloN to churthn aid school Good lot small hot llj Price two No SUWN anti lot In Stanford HOUM ton sine Ore rooms Uood sttblt sod S sera of land well fenced On of pntUot building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a storr front could W built to the cottage end be made a beautiful bom Will be sold cheap as l- boau mutt bar money No 4Two storr Inure dwelling 7 room ballad Yeranda Uood girden toeing sod bout In Cood repair For ale or rent 1rlot reasonable No S Houte end lot In Stanford There room and front porch Jood garden and table Good repair sold cheep No 7ouse mad tot Stanford ll atolu s moms Good garden amok sad coal house only loco J o SFarmof MaereeJ miles from Stan lord on county road a s acres in culUtmtlon wren In pasture good orchards and rat In tlnibrr Two small cottage good Lan and outbuilding well watered and fencing fairly rood liar can ought at your price as owner lives In Indianapo lis and mutt hart mone- yNol2Dwelllnofatx roomth1I end porch neccewary outbuildings Urge two Story store room 25iGO feet lower room supplied with counters sheltes etc Water In dwelling and storeroom oho eUtern and well on plare Small tot back ulster One mile from HUnlorJ Ilulldlngi in food repair and dwelling originally I1WO store our 11200 Will sell lath for f800 cllireutorell spartdy- No 1S2IO acre farm fj mile of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrtck dwelling S roust two tenant houars two barn well andiprlng near dwelling Firm sigh1st of cultivation in sire river bottom eel good fencing itch tie Prtea tSToO an acre No JIHW acret laid on Lancutrr tired In Crab Orchard Sprtng In no 1m rovementeieeptlargestockbarn alouDdaH of stock water Irsttlest building site In town Price ewe No If tOK acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap N 020 Two torv house 9 room hallveranda 12 eerie splrndkl land adjoining in Stanford Prop fly In good repair rater and ittIota In himse cis tern at door lt autlful home rrtreSaMO No SI Dwelling of rooms with 10 acres teal In Moreland Uood lam and nereaury ontbultd flee wells la ard splendid orchard and 2 acres In ilrawbrrrles Immediate poweslon lrke fees No M Frame hotel Urge room double vena das hallway Etc A Urge 2 story atoreroom fronting reetlOleet lam hotel up stairs suits ble fordw log 2nlcerotugeenkelyfurnisheds- pared end panted root MU laie tarn on same lot used as livery stable Gonil ardeo Vacant lot adjoining M feet Prot by 300 vet deep All of tble property 1la London Ky and Ua fine chance for some one to wake money 1oprlolor has refused to rent property for 850 irmonth Onaccountof II hlIl of his wit only reason for proprietor desires to exchsugt for farm In Lincoln county No 6IA term of 300 acres In Lincoln county Three good dwellings rood barns nil other out bulldlngi each house tarn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road 4 wile from church school and Lays well and well watered This Is a goat tobacco firm and would suit two or three families that might want to come from tbessuif neighborhood Price reasonable No 35 House and We acres of lnlo JIcKln neroKr Nieeusryoutbuildings Fencing good and ell watered place on easy terms No House and 32 acres ol land within mile of Stanford HOUM contains lIe rooms made etc newly large new turn corn crib granary etc All buildings and fencing In splendid repair Well watered This Is a mat home Trie I1IW No SJTo stocks goods for sale For par ticulars aJdnxs Centrsl Kentucky Real Estate Ex change 4 Title Co iState College of Kentucky t followInpBnrlptmrlogOradunto studios are also provided leading eseh to a Master degree Each course of soIroom In dor nilnrlM fuel and llrhU and It they remain 10 months traveling exMHseii The labratorle Boll museums nro large wellmiuliiped comprehensive and modern 5soooforOctoberI prvolded for as required by Oonf rew atndy readily Anll ncellent poeltWlI1 and liberal In uxeea of te ability of the Cedago to upplr Lest year the matrlculatlun list was Ill ScienceSpecialist of Natural Science Tho State illogo of Kentucky though bearing hitherto tho title of COMWIB U tuneAonly Institution In the Commonwealth In any proper sonic work goodboardeloctrlcltyAn Lan PoliticalRoanomyBentuekyForregardingcount ofIstudy and term of admission apply to DOrJyfall V LiNCOlN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Director1 J D Paxton J D Owilejr 811 Shanks W O Walker Gee W Carter Suacwssor to The Farmers tank It Trust Company and under same taanagenent continuously for M years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such buslnit relations will prove Mutually beneficial First National Bankor Stanford KyI Capitol Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In Hit then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford in 18SJ and again reorganised at the First National Italic of Stanford In 1SS3 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for II year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than ever before in 1U long honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers tnforetT StanfordW NOTICEI have purchased the interest of J NVnrreu Hooker in tho business of Craig Hooker A continuance of your patronage be appre an assurance of prompt and efficient service is Jiero given indebted to the will greatly favor me by settling their accounts ICyI I CoI1To story eight room frame dwelling In sunfsrdKy Laigefanlen and harts Uu Is nr the iso t dtlraM hfttuos In town Sri rsasonsM No 1IA nits cottag and lot on Lancaster tnt Stanford 7 mom good cistern sic Cost II Leiskn rem near Huitonillls Dwelling of sight rooms ballcresdaet One tenant house t eS bllln lang tobacco hero soil other ouUulldinp Cistern ud rood well In the yard sod water In every Sell on 0 place Farm cut In even Geld and Anteiass land No IQA tain of acre rime four roams good aUtk barn sad all neceeuy out bulMler good well watered eat In an u1lhnplace for only per err- sSa3dtlattaof land In Ilockcaill for ssl or exchange flu all netvuary Imprersmcnts well waUrrd Ac Will Us dst a bargain No Farmof arne situated near Kings tille Ky 60 sera In cultivation M In tlrabertett and other- outbulblingsp oodrepIriJweBln tampantIre ly new Is within rd of three churches school poeloflte and C a depot Iroiertv lies on pike and county road and is the most desirable arm In that sertloa Ws will sell the whole arm lot 2400 or Is parcels of net IM than acres to suit purchaser Thla Is certainly cheap property VlIotulDetUDgsoil bulimia In repair tJltCllYe lime stone land ingoodtietrbtorboodoloao to school and on good road 1rksl7u0 KyOnegood barn aw other outbulldlBg Sixty sere In cultivation 45 acres In timber Ireee etc Laya well on county rued clue to churches school ete Price only No IAlloueIId one acre land KMU ron tuba seven iwttwi Ttraadw cellar etc All aec Hoary oulballdtain Extra barn all nspleudld repair hub alnled awl rover ed Churn at door that gardco and large Lana lot Ilrnty ol fruit on place Idro5110- 0Noskleoaeresotkind In Fend ceunly Kas six rotlMfrem railroad sadmu from Arkansas rirer jcffil1 SMesofhiiid h river b Uom Is ant elau lead and in geese This land is fur silo or ticksag No 0A fsrta of sores four tulle has Stanford on best In the rountr well watered fencing rood dwelling front i4ke all nraMurr oulbundlolt A splesdld blue grw fUIII ad only W minute driT from oounty mil Owner of hue Isnn tbie bis tlr refused Zla our sera We ottVrtblaatSai No M Farm IllS acres In Casey county Two story frame dwelling two good other oulbuildlegi In good repa Tr tlpleddid tobacco land and tu good community A bargain at No B7FanuorilIacm In Casey county new two tory S room frame dwelling and ol- ddllallo 1lr coDdllioa Darn abd other out buildings On county rood iplcndld tobacco land well watrtod two wells spring etc This Is a de sirable bolus Price ILK No 3dTwostory seven room frame rersndas Ac and arm of land In Uarrardroust tr large bsrn and all other nee ajarr outbuild lag Church and Khool home right at door There is also a large store room on premises con talnlng a nice large clean stock of general mer cbade Thh is a pleodl1 bulnesdead Wlnq located at cross 1I2000 to 51s1ri0 business a year Alto three miles from this place on same a dock of general luerchandls dale- amountnabout5s00per month There are two well nd a clltcrn and all the an In Will sell the property and stock ofgowleparatelyorwill either or splendid both or fuming opportu nity for any one Uhlng to go laID Officers II BIUNKS President l J D OW8LEV Cashier W M UIUOIIT Ant J 8 nOOKEIt Frsst J J MoKOHRRTS Ohr W II WKAHEN nk- prDirectors r P Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J8 locker Stanford W P Waltoa Lexington K L Tanner M D amore Stanford Ja Robinson Rubble will ciated Those firm dwelling buildings Oasbteri Stanford I No 514 room tame eotttg sad see un e heucePile 5140 No ann ism star Deatant Point Ky olherOUlbulloJlnjt poolomaoltbnolImually Trie n1feneiugin forIroIretuSomrnelfen atetroutballdlnp rceNo81saland In Ironcounty Mo I1 miles trop w Station on GtrproNaat1IIIIIIOIIIIlerclover and blu rassxnd10saesnowasteland Ddblaocbgrove nnpaa l tabaoro Hwly fear orchardImproveeneDn cellarMebarn and other outbuildings all In good condition depotroitolaescheapNo S wiles from bunford Uouseof four good cones hack lurch and JIOItprrasalloughtatooeseshsieaereuleat rhunIIlrItfW This lea bargain roomdwelllsg oosdlIloNe4 ST roses dwelling god te4lu and 1- turelsed bees ailing well sad rrIDI Fencing CbespphcedN rHId1KtIdock and all other n re ssry oc lhulldl fi all IB IktdcwlIIIIdasidealtountryholuhasallanvenleneaon railinglringNo 4l Maur neur Jumbo acres lu cult vation rest In Umber MX dwellings on plan live if them new two lobamu barns and large stock barn Mscktmllh stable etc orchard Streams nin through Ice On couolrrod and ant yard from srhoul church and In good neishtwrhood Will sell or exchange at reasonable figures No4S Two story seven room fame dwelling veranda etc one Story il room 39 bhckmltashop tenant t 0 e stable criband woe house Every building new and fencing In Anhspe the property Is Hiittonvllle Ky anti we will sell It aa a whole or Nil each Pisa separately Well at each table and cistern at house For prices ddteastheabove named sec rCj67S acres lend In PreachersTllle Ky Two 1 dirclllngseach 1fstory and each house contains six rooms Large convenient barn Well wateml Close to chuch Mhool elc snd In splendid neigh Aborhood Owner of property is In SU Louis and anxious to sell