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Co r J SI3MIWI313KLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXISTANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 28 1903 S A MsNO52 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Newton Bright Sr ono of Shelby county oldest and wealthiest moo It deadAn Anderon county girl ebot and killed hor cousin wltha gun which ibo t 0 did not know was loaded Pat Korrli a wellknown farmer of the Parkivlllo section It In Jail at Danville charged with stealing a mule Ed Wiicuuo of Drcathltt county was tbot and killed In Knott county by Dill Stacy the proprietor of a blind tiger The stockholder of the Curry Grocery Co will meet next week to deolde whether to rebuild or not says the I Danville New f Alford Davidson aged nine of Rook dcastle probably one of the youngest prisoners over arrested for violation of Internal revenue laws It In Jail here awaiting trial says a 1ranlcfort die patch Orville Kllli a Cincinnati Negro and Henry Letcbor a Lexington Ne gro charged with Intuiting Mrs Obe Muillnt of Uookoanlo county were trlghtenjer Trial It set for today Negotiations have been tot on foot by James A Bennett of Richmond for the purchase of White Hall from the other heirs In view of the varl out conflicting claims of the property the deeds are to be made tending a final settlement of the estate by the courts which will doubtless take a number of year Articles of Incorporation of the Chlnn Mineral Company were filed In the of flee of the county clerk atHarrodtburg with a capital stock of 110000 The nature of the business to be transacted It that of mining and telling all kinds of mineral products oil and fire clay buying cuing and operating mlnera lands In Mercer Jcmmlno and Wood ford counties J P Chlnn George Morgan George P Chino Phil T Chloe and C D Thompson are the corporators HIGHLAND J M Young and John Meier have each dug a well during the dry weather Born to the wife of lion Lewli about alto another young demoorat for Davo Durton to feed- S M Young left Sunday for Lowel len Leo county whore be hat a good jXMlUoo with the Spouwood Lumber Company The good rains make the farmers feel In better spirits about thcU corn A lot of tomatoes aro being taken from this place to the canning factory at Klngtvlllo Died on the 25th Mr Thomas Terry at the residence of hit brother Chat Terry wbera he bad made hit home laidfsome time It able to bo out again Misses Ora Wllllamt and Annie Gooob f our teachers at this place and Greasy Ridge lilted their horoefolkt Waynetburg Mlttei Fay and Iv Cook of Somerset have been visiting relatives hero this week Matter Chat Pence Young visited hit uncle H S Young at Somerset last week Mrs II S Young and children who have been visiting hero foe some weeks have returned to Somerset Mrs Sallie Speaks and babies of Lancatterarc III tic It her parent Mr and Mrs J H Butt Mcurt John W Cook and Elmer Hughes of Jelllco Tenn gave ut a call while on route to Somerset End of Bitter Fight Two phyiiclant hid a long and itub bun fight with an abcoss on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Oa and gave me up Everybody thought my time bad come At a lait rwort r tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consutnp tlon The benefit I received was Milking nnd 1 was on my feet In a few dayi Now Ive entirely regained my health It con p quers all Coughs and Colds and Throat end Lung trouble Guaraleed by all Drug 6tor011loo 60o and 100 Trial bottles Leo The Death Penalty- A little thing sometimes results In death Thus a mere scratch Intisnl Meant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It Is wise to have liuokloufl Arnica Salve ever handy It tho best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when hums Sores Ulceis and Piles threaten Only 25c at all Drug Stores F li Fannie fat yand fair Who hated her bead of red hair So she dyed It ono night But twas blue In daylight And now the poor girls In despair When you want a physic that Is mil and gentle easy to take and certlan to e y4act always fuse Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For tale by Craig J llocker LAND STOCK CROPS ETC R T Bruce redusa for a work mule Beet hogs sold In Cincinnati Monday at 0 10 S T Harris fold to Dick Gentry four mules for t3780 Charles Lute told In Fayotte 490 ttook owes at 13 Ij6 Dick Welles the great racer bat been told for 140000 W A Tribble bought of E Q Deaa ley a lot of 80pound shoats at 4le T A Rice sold to D N Prewltt a bunch of hoes for September delivery at 60 Cattle were 16c higher at Chicago Monday than bey have been slnoe April K U Btaaov has told IT Nebraska horses from iO to 106 to various par tiesPony Betucy bought of W U Shanks a lot of feeder for future delivery at 4o W L Gist of Garrard county told toG tHai of JeiiamUe a pair of mules for 1450 W R Gill of MaM told some Shorthorn cattle at Lxlogton tale at an average of 1130 FOR SALE12 extra good twoyear old cotton mules U 0 Daughuan Huilonville Ky J C Halley will likely take hit splendid string of horses to the Somer let fair next week Sheriff Bell the One race horse own ed by Mr Eugene Leo woo a 81000 race at Saratoga Advocate Africander won the Champlain Stakes at Saratoga Neither Hermit nor McCbecney started Pan SALEExtra good family and work mare with mule colt J H Rlcbert Crab Orchard Ky 4t Pan SALE 160 bushel good red Fultz teed wheat Made 21 bushels to acre J H Thompson Prcacbertvlllo Lutes Si Co told a carload of sheep at Winchester at 13 They bought a lot of stock ball of J C Eubanki at Hen G Evans bought of Anthony May his farm of 55 acres lying between the Evans and DeLong farm for 14000 News George Luntford told to various parties a lot of ewes at 3o He bought of various parties a lot of yearling steer at 3 to 3c FOR UTFor next year my farm of M acre near Moreland adjoining B B King 100 acres to go In wheat or rye this fall Write M J Hoffmn Wllllamtburg Ky 4t B F Sanders bought from flute it Hatcbell 30 lSOOlb cattle at 1410 Sander Co bought a lot of 173 b bOlt from Sam Poriythc at So Alto 00 from Leo RIker at same price WII liam Noel bat left at this oIMce a stall on which U growing 14 ears of corn Elarrodtburg Herald Have just received two loads of the Ash Mares from South Dakota Thete welgrh to Everyone It bred to an Imported Percheron ttal lion and these are acknowledged to bo the best bred draft horses In the West bettoar money In the Stato Dont write but come and DeazleyStanford Dysentery Cured Without Aid of a Doctor I am just up from a hard spell of tho flux dysentery sayi Mr T A Pinner a well known merchant of Drummond Tenn I used one Small botto of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured without having a doctor I consider it the brat cholera medicine In the world There is no need of employing a doctor when this remedy is used for no doctor prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults It never falls and Is plcacenl to take For sale by W N Craig Tbo opening of the democratic State campaign at Winchester Saturday September 5 will be a big politics event Uov Bcokham Senator Me Croary Hon Olllo James and the oth er speakers are assured of an Immcnie audience The keynote of tbo earn palgn will be sounded In a way to increase tbo enthusiasm prevailing among the democratic hosts Boy Cured of Colic after Physi clans Treatment had FailedtMy boy when four years old was take with colic and cramps in his stomach I gent for the doctor and ho lajecte- morphine j but the child kept gettin worse I then gave him halt n teaspoonful of chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half a hour ho was sleeping and soon recover edF L WILKINS Shell Lake Wli 6he1dj Craig Fiftytwofor roe noon w file In the Boyd circuit court NEWS NOTES Tbe Evening Ledger U the name of anew paper at Paducah Maj Charles U Smith known na Bill Arp It dead at his home In Car terivllle A OaI15000 by a rune whom he had befriend ed during thewar H P Robinson suicided at the L land Hotel Lexington Ho swallowed an ounce of carbolic acid Speeches are being made In the Caleb Powers ease at Georgetown The ease will likely go to the jury this af ternoon A furious storm which iwept Sandy look nearly overwhelmed a number of yachts among wbloh were the Reliance and Shamrock III John Hisser the Illinois abolitionist and the leader of the underground railway by meant of which slaves were helped to escape It dead Robert Vanborn of Chicago while aicendlng an oil derrick near Burke villa this State fell and died a few minutes later from Injuries bt rccelv edTwo doubleheader Chesapeake and Ohio freight trains collided near Glenn Station Lewis county and the four engines were wreaked Two trainmen were torlnuily injured John J Denny an expert machinist who has been considerably Involved In the recent labor troubles in New York has been found dead and his wife de olarei be was murdered In order to handle Increased foreign traffic the Louisville S Nashville rail rod will establish a steamship line between Peniacola Fla and numer oui ports of European countries OeD James Longitreet the Confed erate veteran It In Chicago for the purpose of undergoing an operation by meant of the X ray for the removal of a bullet received during the war Tbe Richmond Va street railway strike was declared off after being in progress 00 days It resulted In the lose of two llvei with scores of persons Injured sod a property lose of 245000 At Danville III Wlnfleld Baker formerly of Kentucky was convicted of assault to murder Sheriff Wbltlock during the race troubles He was sen tenced to a term of from one to 14 year The attempted tieup of Chicago res taurants by strike leaders ended in failure not over 10 per cent of those called out responding It li likely that the strike will end disastrously for the unions At Cincinnati Judge Caldwoll decided to admit Mrs Annie Oppenholmer to bell In the turn of 110000 It Is ex petted that the will be able to give bond but the will not be allowed to leave the State of Ohio The number of Kentucky militiamen who will participate In the coming army maneuvers at West Pclnt will be In the neighborhood of 1350 Adjt Gen Murray has forwarded a net of the companies to Gen Bates Tbe marriage brokers who have bee hounding Count Franz Joseph von La rlichMonnlch who li now visiting in this country are according to bit statement a part of a gang of black mailers whom the detectives have been trying to run to earth for tome time A heavy cloudburst occurred at Ma ryivllle Kan causing tbo Big Blue river to rise 18 feet In a few hour flooding farms and houses and driving many person to refuge In trees and housetops Ono person was drowned At Vlelta the damage amounted to 650000 A dispatch from Jackson says that It It not true that citizens of that place were terrorlied by lawbreakers Sun day night There were no shots fired ablated Tbo town Is perfectly quiet provostIbeen on duty M L Jarvls of Albany has announ- ed nlrnielf as a candidate for the re publican nomination for circuit judge In the 23th Judicial district to succeed Judge T A Morrow According to the physicians Sena tor faunas illness It caused by atom ach trouble Tbe necessity of stoma aching Roosevelt has proved too much for him Loulsvlllo Times Suicides Prevented Tho startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system or suicidennasal something has been found that will prevent that condition which wakes sellgdestruction being a great tonic and nervine thnsystem Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 60c Sails faction guaranteed by all Druggist United Confederate Veterans and Sons of Veteran of Louisiana are meeting In joint annual convention at Alexandria HUSTONVILLE Uriah Dunn shipped a car of nice horses to Barnwell S C this week tMill Lula Edrlngton has resumed her position with the Charles Wheeler EmporiumCowan McCormaok shipped a car load of Iambs to Cincinnati for which they paid 31c D S and Ed Carpenter were thrown from their buggy Sunday near Knob Lick Creek but escaped with slight bruises Several gentlemen from Hanson Va wero here Monday looking for farms Real Estate Agent Williams was showing them around Frank Cbelf proprietor of the Dunn vllle Hotel died Monday night aged SO He was a brother of Peroy Cbelf of Casey a frequent visitor to this place Dunn Sandidge little Ion of John Sandldge discovered a blue on the kitchen root of D M Llpps and by promptly giving the alarm a disastrous flro was prevented as the roof was very dry and a strong wind was blowing The Liberty fair is on this week and the road aro full of stock and people headed that way Tbo officers promise plenty of shade cool refreshing drinks and everything good to oat Lets all CO A much needed improvement Is to bo given the Christian church here New pews and an uptodate furnace aro to be installed Nearly 1000 has been raised by private subscription and the work Is progressing nicely E S and J W Powell have been added to the committee on buying Fred Bishop and wife of Ponca City Oklahoma are visiting his parents here Wm Bogle agent for the L d N at Owensboro is with his Invalid mother Mrs Chloe Bogle Miss Edna Camnltz Is vlilting Mr Harry Lock ridge at Sbelbyvlllc Mr Geo Tuck or Thomas Gann and Miss Belle Rlffe are on a visit to Oklahoma The funeral of Dr David Beeler of Powers Store was largely attended by his many friends from Lincoln Marlon and Casey counties His sudden death was supposed to have been caused by neuralgia of tbo heart He was burled near Bradfordsvllle No man In his community will be missed more than Dr Beeler where for years he prac tlced his profession and was highly ape predated He served In the civil war as a gallant soldier of tbo Lost Cause Despite the drouth that has prevailed for some months crops of all kinds In the West End are looking fully 50 per cent better than In many sections To bacco corn hemp and grass all show that on account of the rock not being to cloio to the surface we are better prepared to grow crops In the dryest seasons known to the State When these facts are known to the home seekers the few farms that are for sale In this locality will certainly fled ready buyers MAKE rr THAT WAY You CANlt- hat been formally announced that lion R C Warren who was tbo Congress tonal candidate In opposition to lion Harvey Helm hat withdrawn from tho race and given Mr Helm the track Both of these gentlemen are from Lie cola county and since Mr Warrens withdrawal Mr Helm has a candidacy of considerable proportions It has further been suggested that In case Madison has no candidate for tboofhce U would bawell for thfs county to sup port Mr Helm In his race remember Ing what Lincoln did for Mr John B Cbenault In his recent fight for Audi tor giving him the largest majority of any county except Madison In the whole State of Kentucky Climax Lincoln county has supported every Madison county man who ever offered for B district Stato or any other kind of oltlco and we believe she will prove true to our candidate for Congress waycseeks A Newshas just been reo celyed that Dr Owes Williams of Hustonvllie has made a hero of him self by saying two Mlddlesboro ladles from death by drowning A horse driven by the two ladles became fright cried and plunged Into the lake at n point where the water was something over 60 feet deep taking the buggy and occupants with him The ladles wore terrorized and of course thought they must be drowned but Dr Wil llama who was boat riding with tome girls near the scene of the disaster quickly threw himself Into the lake and swam to the unfortunates saving both of their lives Advocate AlleA grievous wall oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver corn plaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pith they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 23o Guaran teed by all Drug Stores I GREAT REDUCTION O DryGoodsGents FurnishingGoods Etc Etc FarI 30 Days Only asso ae se This great sale is to make room for our Fall goods and in order to do so we will sell all of our Mens suits worth from 450 to 6 for 350 o CLOTHING An Immense lot of 87 to 10 suits the best in the market at the price to make room will go for 955OA great reduction in our Mens Pants department containing about pairs of the strongest and swellest styles In this department thoro are pants worth from 3125 to 82 which we wlllsellat 95c Boys suits worth from 8100 to 6260 will go for135O-ur biggest otTer is our 81260 to 8UI P Mens Brograns worth 81 and 8125 for BBC Mens every day shoos worth from 810 to 82 at Si 38 Mens fino shoes worth from 8350 to 84 at 92 TB Ladles shoes worth from 81 to 8123 at 90c Ladles Patent Loathers worth from gSGO at 9280 suits which are made up of the very best of material and the latest of style will go for 10 Also a swell lino of Mens Sunday Pants at reduced prices Our boys clothing department is full of bar gains and In order to make room for our boys Fall suits wo will soil our 8125 to 8176 suits lor90cAl-so a tine assortmeutof boys suits worth from 8275 to 8350 will go at this sale for198SHOES l 250 Pairs of Mens Seamless Shoes worth from 8150 to 62 at125Mens fine dress shoes worth from f 8250 to 83 at 9198 Mens fine shoos worth from 8160 to at 4OO Ladles shoes worth from 15o to 82- at lJSLadies viol shoes worth from at 328 t Childrens Shoes At Your Own Prices r Room we want and room we must make for Fall and Winter Stock of Boots and Shoos therefore we have reduced tho prices on our Mens Ladies and i Childrens Shoes for you to buy them at once Low prices will astonish you Vo have just received our Mens Fall and Winter Hats and we need room for them and in order to snake room we will close our 8125 hat for 85c Our best 82 and 8250 hat we will sell at 8I4S Boys hats worth 75c and 81 now go at 4Sc Mens nnd Boys Crushers worth 8125 we will close out for 75c The sale is in full blast and lasts for 30 days Come early and secure bargains k for tho best always goes first YOURS FOR BARGAINS New York Store Next Door to tho Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KENTUCKY lit II ODD SUITS AT VERY LOW PRICES Our stock is down to a few Suits but there are some choice patterns left only about one of a kind in odd reduciiare at all in need of clothing IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant j Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairingi Your money back It youre not satisfied i T D mILLER Danville KB PURE VINEGARS Many people undoubtedly have the impress ion and quite reasonably so in these days oflharmful adulteration that wholesome are no longer obtainable This is a mistaken idea however II J Heinz Co arc reliable and supply pure foods only pcrcoct1lVinegars fully comply with the Laws not only of every State in the Uniun but of every country in the world We soil f and place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholysomeness behind i Heinz MaltlVinegar Heinz Pickling Via egar HeinzClder VlnegnrIFor Purity In Food Products Co- mejroHigginsMKinneyL STANFORD KENTUCKY = ii t f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND S- RI a onJIJitf for Shtrlfl of Lincoln county sub Jla the action at the democratic party GEO W DEBORD Is a canal4ale for Sheriff of Lincoln county sub Jtct to the action of the democratic rny T JEFF HILL SR Is a candUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county sub Jecl to the action of the democratic ratty JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action oft the democratic party WI HERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action oft t democratic ratty SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Prohibition party Democratic Ticket For Gorenwr J C W BECK1IAX For Lieutenant Governor W P THORNE For Auditor of State- S IV JIAGER For Treaturer HMBOSWORTH For Attorney General if B HAYS For Secretary of State JT V McClIESNEY For Superintendent of Public Inttruction J 11 FUQUA For Committioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAXD For Clerk of Court of Apptalt J MORGAN CHIVY For Railroad Commissioner s C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge W COAA BELL t For Commonwealtb Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON I BELKKAPS buelqesa methods coo Bin In hiring girls at beggarly wapea I to do hla work and in docking hla pm- t t ploye on the most trivial roundsI l says an exchange The republican i nominee for governor may know how to make dollars but he Is a novice In 4thevotemaking game as will be seen when election day rolls around The same paper asks this pertinent ques t tion Will Belknap dock his employee for the time they lose In attending his own political funeral next NovemberI I WITH the State debt paid during the present administration under a reduced tax rate with all current claims against the Commonwealth paid In full with a big treasury and a prospect for i a reduced tax rate If the democratic party Is continued In power la the State what better platform could be and what excuse can a have for falling to vote the demo Iman ticket P t VIRGINIA Negroes have raised 120 000 with which to employ John SWill to over throw the new constitution The money could be used to as good a I purpose In a freeforall crap game I facetiously remarks the Louisville Times d POLITICALj The Nebraska democratlo State con ventlon rcamrmed the Kansas City platformThe of Lexington have decided to nominate a full city and county ticket- Winchester I Is preparing to make the democratic opening the biggest poUt ical event for years J Nebraska populists met at Grand Island and nominated John J Sullivan for Judge of the supreme court I I Hon Tom L Johnson of Cleveland was nominated by acclamation for goy ernor of Ohio by the democratic con ventlon The Howard county Md democrats have nominated Col A P Gorman a Jr son of Senator Gorman for the State Senate Robert W Woods democratlo nominee I I for Commonwealths Attorney In the 16th judicial district and county I i attorney of Gallatln county Is dead i Former Senator Butler of South Oirollna bas taken Secretary of Agri culture Wilson to task for his characterization of the Southern cotton spec ulators as gamblers During a joint debate between Su promo Court Judge Wood andGov Jeff Davis opponents for the governorship of Arkansas the former knocked the latter off the speaking stand The democrats of Harrodsburg have t ordered a primary to be held on Octo ber 2 for the purpose of selecting can didates for city councilmen Theall I la composed of four ward three of which always go democratic ItJ Dont forget that Gov Beckbam w111 Ispeak at Liberty Tuesday Sept 8 G G Gilbert Con reuman from this district tin the course of an Interview in Louisville among otber things said I do not Intend to make a canvass for ronomina lon until after 1the coming session of Congress Tben I will make a series of speeches sever al In each county of my district and I believe I will be renomlnated and eleo ted During the present campaign I will of course do what I can for tbe State ticket and I have offered to make speeches at any places that may be al signed mo be by the campaign cot mlttee Democratic prospects never looked better In Kentucky than tble fall and victory Is assured HERE AND THERE George F Johnson county clerk of Lawrence Is dead Ten thousand people attended tbe Shelbvvllle fair yesterday George H Perry a wealthy Chick saw Indian committed suicide wltb carbolic acid More than 4000 Smiths were present at a reunion of the Smith family at Peapack N J The baby boy recently born to Mr Grover Cleveland has been christen Francis Grover A jealous woman shot and fatally Injured a man In the presence of his wUe and child at Seattle- A yellow fever outbreak Is reported at Linares Mexico The death rate Is said to be 14 a day Three persons were killed and thre InJured In an explosion In a powder plant at Carthage Mo William C Magelssen United States Vice Consul at Beirut Syria was a- sasslnated while riding In a carriage About 2CO lawyers are attending lobe convention of the American Bar Assc elation in session at Hot Springs Va Fire on the Frecch steamer Tonkli Dlroum caused damage of 1250000 to the steamer and 500000 to the cargo Two men were killed by Hghtnlnj and considerable damage was done by a storm which swept over Central In dianaAt Boonevllle Ind John Hatchei and Miss Susie Wells each 70 year old were joined for better or for worse Bohon d Lyon bought In Adair and Casey 32 cotton mules at SS5 to 1125 They also bought some yearling mules at fib A Wabash passenger train made the run from Leltchfleld to Decatur Ill 69 miles In actual running time of 60 minutes Striking Chicago restaurant em ployes have appointed two mediator to sue for peace with the Restaurant Keepers Association A list of 70 villages pillaged and de strayed has been made out by the Macedonian committee at Sofia Re ports of further outrages by Insurgents and Turks continue Two cloudbursts at Council Bluffs la destroyed 500000 worth of property The storm turned the streets Into rivers and hundreds of families escaped with difficulty MATRIMONIAL Herman Carter and Miss Neatle Lu aa were made one yesterday Hezeklah Young 59 and Mrs Mae la Scanland 59 were married at the tome of the bride yesterday Mr Wm Thompson 25 of Chicago and Miss Rosa Atwood 23 were mar led at Thos Caskeys yesterday Mr Matt Freaerlck 20 of Casey and Miss Pearl Reynolds 18 were married at Mr Perry Bryants yesterI ayGeorge F Carpenter aged 10 andI illss Rattle Brackett sweet 16 were Joined heart and hand at John Longs esterday The groom Is a soon of MrI Jobn B Carpenter and Is a clever lung man while his bride Is said to ie very pretty Mr and Mra James E Lynn announce the engagement of their daugh sr Miss Sara Wood Lynn to Mr W ogan Wood of Danville the marriage to occur the latter part of October It rill be a home wedding and they will leave Immediately for an extended astern trip Mlsa Lynn la an exceed Jgly handsome young lady la highly ccompllshed and very popular while Mr Wood Is a prominent business man of Danville with Iou of friends I wbo admire him for his sterling quail tles WA TEnWe would like to oak thro tbo columns of your paper if there ia anyI lion who has used Greens August lower for tbo euro of Indigestion Dya apsia and Liver Troubles that has not been curedand we also mean their 10 lulu such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dye depsla headaches despondent feelings eeplesencss in fact any trouble con nectltd with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years In- aU civilized countries and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried August Flower try a25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing if so something moro serious is the matter with you Tho 25 cent size has just been troduced this year Regular size 75- cent At all druggists At Pennys Drug Btore CHURCH MATTERS Rev J G Livingston will preach at Logan Creek church at Saulley the tad Sunday in next month 1German Baptists of Kentucky Oblo Illinois and Michigan are holding their central conference at Cleveland O Cane Springs Baptist church at C- olga Hill Madlsoc county Is celebr ting Its 100th anniversary A hig crowd Is on hand This Is one of the oldelt churches In Central Kentucky Slater Beatrice of LouUvllle wbo was Miss Lena Gerdes will sail for the Sandwich Islands to sacrifice ber life as a missionary and nurse In the United States governments leper col onyRev O M Huey began a protrude meeting Wednesday night at the Bap tilt church and he will continue to preach every night until Rev H 0 Eisner of Roanoke Ala arrives to a- slst him which will be In a few dave Bro Buoy says they have 100 new son Ibooke and wants everybody to come and help the choir as well as help make lobe meeting a success Mrs Motile Allen of South Fork fiy says she has prevented attacks of cbolera morbus by taking Chamberlains Stomas and Liver Tablets when ahe felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usual caused by indigestion and these Table are just what is needed to cleanse the allroachlnfIprevented in the same way For sale b Craig h Hocker Senator Hanna is suffering from a severe attack of illness at his home In Cleveland and will be compelled to ro tire temporarily from business and oth er engagements Eight hundred coal miner are on a strike In the Elk Garden field of Was Virginia Estrayed or Stolen A brown bay boneabout 9 or 10 years old loft my place July 29 Mane lays on left side Any Information leudingthereto will be paid for Turner rill FOR RENT farm containing 66 acres with rood drellltlg thereon offer for rent privately fa acre to go In earn U In wheat end the remaining 29 acres for trait land Wit alto tell the and stock on the place prl vatcly Plenty good stock water and all necessary outbulldtags Inudiuga goo stock barn Sc Farm mutt be rented In the next 3 or 4 weeks It lays 31 DIll from llnitonvllle on Mlddleburg pike Pos session given at once MRS M F JENKINS Iluitonrllle ELECTION NOTICE Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April 7 Itws lion Jane I Halley rratdiogwith the following justice of the Ieau to wit A Duddemr O A Smith V R Compton and W D Wallln Whereas at the February term 1903 of the Lincoln Circuit Court the grand jury Impaneled for said court condemned and declared the present court house building Iniunlclent for the purposes for which It was Intended and unset for occupancy and dl reeled that such action be taken ni neces lary to remedy the detects cud avoid the danger complained of In said report of said grand jury and whereat said report of said nod has been presented to this court tor consideration and the same having been ontldered now therefore the whole court Ittlog It Is considered by the court that tbe public convenience and safety and the reservation of the public records require hat the present unsafe and Inadequate court house be removed and a new one rested on the court house lot and- sIt 1 10 orderedIAn appropriation of 110000 for this pur pose Is hereby subject to the ap royal of the legal voters of Lincoln count o be ascertained as hereinafter directed and as required by law For the of providing thus appropriated for the object a aforesaid It is further ordered hat 40 one thousanddollar bonds of the county or Lincoln be pre red u the law Ircctt executed sold and issued payable to bearerat the Lincoln County NatIonal lank of Stanford Kentucky that said bond I be divided Into four series of 10000 ach designated eeriest A B 0 and D respectively Series A to mature in 81e Tears and payable at the option of the court after three years Series B to ma optlonorpure In 10 years payable at the option of tbe court after eight rears Series D to mature In U years payablo at tho option of the court after 12 years of said lands hall bear Interest from the date of said bonds at the rate of 3 per cent annum nemtannually the Lincoln Ooun ty National Dank of Kentucky laid bonds shall have Interest coupons at ached to each bond which coupon shall be fined by the county clerkonly and he hall keep a list of ail said bonds showing numbers dates amount time due to horn delivered which shall be carefully reserved In his office and none of said bonds shall be sold at less than their per- due Said bonds shall be signed by the of the county court and countersigned by the county clerk of the aunty It Is further ordered bjr tbta court ml before the bonds above mentioned Ihal1 bo Issued the proposition to Issue sane Ibllo11 be submitted to the voters of Lincoln county and an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at each of the several reclneU In county at the regular election to bo held In November 1001 which aald election does not occur within 80 days from the date of this order at which said regular election November 1008 the appro rlntlon suggested by this court ni directed above submitted to the legal voters of the county for their approval or rejection and M 9 Bunghmnn tlmlfT of Incoln county Is hereby directed to adler tile said election and tilt object thereof for- nt least 30 days next before he day thereof by printed hand bills potted up at three of- the most places In nrnclnct and at the count seat election shall be- beld and conducted by the ofllcersot said eachclncthours required to bod elections for county officer and election shall be held and inducted In all respects under tho general election laws obtaining to this Oommon wallb at the time said election Is hold Tbe- YAal and nays being domanded on the above order Justice of the Ioaco J A Oudderar U loted yea Justice of the IVaco F R Compton voted yea Justice of the Peace O A- Bmltb voted yea Justice of tho Ieace W U Wallin voted yea A Copy Attest OEO D COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court D j Eph D Pennington U O SUMMER BARGAINS T AT THE I GRAND LEADER f All tho new style COc Shirt Waists wo have In stock go In this Summer Salo at 35c 300 Corsets worth 500 Wa and OOo oath go in this Summer Sate fit S9c odds and Knds of wasliROwl3Ilmt ties and Organdies worn 12i 16 and 17o to oloso thorn quickly 6cydI 300 LacKes Straw Sailors White and Black were SoctCHOICE14c THE 1 M CO S LEVYManapor Notice To Hedge Fence Growers Land owners maintaining hedge fences along mMle highways are that It It unlawful to obstruct either the ditches er right taYI by leaving the brush en the road and xny one so removed will be pros scaled If same U not In a fauns able time JAS I1 DAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court L PRICE SurgeonDentist j Stanford Omeeorer HcBoborU Drug Store la the Owtltj uundtL THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE lllnril Iterkthlre hogs Southdown sleep High Orade bucks oneyearold J STELE CARPENTER Iluttonvllle Ky R A JONESDENTIST p Stanford Ky Otnca over Higgina h McKlnnoys Stan Telephone N 61 DR FI W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Flats d W Wallace S Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Sheers West Main suet Stanford Kentucky Small Place For Rent and 10 louse with live rooms garden acres of bluegrass land for rent Will du rent 33 or 40 acres of wheat land on shares Located one mile Fast ot Moreland J M CARTER SR Moreland Ky Nice Home For Sale Cotttgo of three rooms and porch In Moreland Good garden feed stable and warehouse sell at low pricelargo with terms to suit purchaser Property belongs will to Hlce k Turner but be by me Clear title D 0 8111LE Morelnnd Kv PUBLIC SALE J Sept lit ono mile from May wood five nillns from Stanford Fast of Somerset pike known alt the Tho Wood farm I will offer for sale 40 stock hogs a 13 yearling steers 0 belt sow and 10 pigs milk cow 1 ers 1 fat cow 1 extra broodmare 8 years 1 mule colt 1 saddle mare 200 of stock ewes to be sold In small lots Corn to be sold In field Two of cane a good garden a o 1 buckboard I sets of buggy liarphaeton and harness 1 nose i woborlo wagon turnIng plow l side saddle 1 gentleman andsaddle llhot gun Ilousehold furniture Farm or 300 acres with good residence to bo rented to the highest bid der until the 1st of January All the farm in except H acres The farm can also be rented for on day of sale Terms made knowavcsaleW MEREOITII Ool J P Chandler Auct P SSly reason for selling out la that I an going to Jelllco to go In goods busi ness All our iCo 8100 and 8I2B Shirt Waists go in this Summer Salo at 69c SOOUorsots worth iGo 8100 and 23S go In Ills Snmmw Salo at 59c I lnosiuality Dross Gingham sold 10 yfl In this Summer Salo your oliolco 6c yd All our 8135 87M and 82 Waists KO In this Summer Sale at 98c 60 Ploxibouc Corsets inado for stout I flgurug2voro 8160 anti 200 Summer Sale price 89c 1 300 pairs Ladles Plnr Oxfords Pat Calf and KM were 840 oiwleo f a75I i IWeightstock we offer you choice 85o I GRAND LEADERB LEVY Prors B S Ky Tuesday at Withers Furniture Co Donlors in Fino Furniture Carpets ragsVnil Paper Vindov Shados c Manufacturers of Picture Frames RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go nt 1425 Tho 26 kind will go nt 212 Tho 80 kind will go al247ljTh- e886 kind will go nteaowTh-o840 kind will go nt 8476 The 50 kind will go nt44O You have never had such nn opportunity pre vented to you before HO now is your chance All stoves will ho set up in your kitchen nnd guaranteed CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky Watches Of Quality r For ladles and Men r Watches that will be a I credit to tbe wearer Plain or beautifully engraved cas es containing reliable works to make perfect PRICES W H Stanford timepiecesI We Want You AllTo Come and bo numbered among our regular rudomers You will certainly lee that besides n decided saving of money there are many other advabtages to bo gained by purchasing your groceries from me A glance at these prices and comparison of t RestMasonperpoundgars meats I In tact all heavy and fancy groceries sold In proportion Come and be t convinced J W PERRIN the Grocer t110 Main St Stanford Kv JUST RECEIVED I A large stock of the ECLIPSE J SHOES manufactured by Mel mers Bettman The greatest 350 and 400 Shoes manufactIured for MEN a r fI W E PERKINS Crab Orchard KyJ+ t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOHD KY Auo 21 1803 In fllllnj your prescription wo uio proportlonenot do better II yon ui double the price which la always reasonable Pen CT Drug Store PERSONALS CHAKLBS LUTES U In Lexington ED WILKINSON attended tho Libel ty lair PETER STIIAOIJ pent Wcdneidayln Louisville Mn Q T LACKEY returned to St Louts Tuesday R O ENOLEMAN JR It attending the London lair MHB MARY DURCII vleltlojr rela tires at Crab Orchard HON OAHVBY HELM U attoudlnc the Shelby county air Mns II ROWAN PAUPLEY U with her parents In DanTllle Miss ELLA MAY SA CNDERS U a j QTHEW Walter U quite sick Miss MARY MCUOUBRTS returned from Loulivlllo Tuesday DORK to the wife ofDavid Durton of Highland a 10pound boy Mit J E BRUCE left Wednesday to visit his Utter at Canton Mo- TilE little daughter of Mr and Mn 111T tovcral days with relatives Io Mercer linbeenMns J W ALCORN and Miss Pattlo Alcorn went to St Louis Tuesday LUKE CARPENTER of Huitonvllle Is SiMissreturned from a visit to friends at Midway MISSES MAMIE AND ELLEN BALL ofI Lancaster are guests of Miss Battle Farmer Miss STELLA RuiLEY has returned from a protracted visit to relatives at Perryvltle Miss KLWAHETH JONES of Lexln too Is the guest of Miss Florence Tat Del at MuKlnney Liofsisters at Walnut Plat MR AMD MRS WILL SEVERANCE have returned from a months stay with relatives In Shelby Messes L M BRCCB J H Boone T D Itaney and E C Walton took la the Liberty fall yesterday M IBSH6 8CS1K AND Cot IrrNu COL MKMUor Louisville are with the favllv of Mr W T Saunders MK AND MMS W L IILkZLRYse Oovtngton are with the fatally of Mr I B Henley oo DloyUIe Avenue UBV W J BoivracLAW and wife of Atlanta visited his motber Mrs Elba Holtzclaw In the Prcacbersvllle sec tion Dn J W ACTON of Klngsvllle attended the meeting of the Lincoln County Medical Society hero Tuesday night MRS Ross while entering W N Craig drug store yesterday missed the step and hurt one of her limbs se rlouslr ICDAVID S WILCOX of Richmond ono of the cleverest horsemen In the Statet passed through to the Liberty airit Tuesday MESSRS R L HUDDLE and M rj Eubanks were Lincoln county coo trlbutlon to the fat mans ring at the Liberty fair DR CHARLES H HARVIELLE re ooturDed to St Louts Tuesday Mrs Hal vlelle and the baby will remain eo time with Dr and Mrs Steelo Ball CHARLES ROWLAND the clerk at Crab Orchard Springs hero Wednesday He told us tha delightful crowd Is at that eplea summer resort it Miss EDNA BACOHMAN of Hustrvllle who has been visiting Sleet at Midway stopped over In ti city the guest of friends en routo boo 0opLexington Democrat r MR ELIJAH O MOORE of Libar passed a most creditable oxaminat at Lancaster Tuesday and was grad license to practice law Ho Is BOno young man and will make his mssome day h Miss JBSSlfi D COOKE who hen t been wth relatives here will raturny toNashvlllo tomorrow Mrs E C Walton aDd son Claiborno C Walton will accompany her homo and spend a week or so In Tennessees capital MR J 0 McCLAKY and wife Mr J t F Cummins and wife Mr W U i Wearen and wife Mr John S Baugh man and wife Misses Annlo and Jen die Ponoo and Jcnnlo Newland sod 1 Mesira A B Florence Earl Coleman and James Bob Rowland took ad- BnItrie of tbo excursion rates to Chatta t MRS GEORGE C GIVENS Miss Lucy Miller GIvens and Master Ewalt Glv ens leave next week to mako their home In Bourbon county Mr Gi- vane having rented a farm there Ho will also run htu farm hero and divide his t time between the two places Friends of this good family will give them up with much regret but are glad that Mr Olveps will not leave tho county entirely s IMISS ANNA O DARST Is visiting at Clr eyeLouisvilleMRS J H GREEn has been very sick for several days BORN to tho wile of Rev and Mrs P beARTHURbadly hurt by a horse kicking him Wayoceburg SODBowoo AboreLOCALS ONLY a taw more nags of good of summer time FOR RENT 300 agood land with Improvements at Hubble G A Swlnebroad Hubble Ky TUB Mt Vernon brass band which is making music for the Liberty lair passed through to that place Tuesday MY stock of trusses wasnever moro Wtsuccessor to aig Hacker NOTICE Is hereby anthat Sept 26 is tho last tidy for Cling claims altai Lincoln county including county roads turnpikes merchants etc payable out of the levy of 1003 Goo B Cooper clerk Lincoln County Court If tho Somerset lair Is a success andI well wager that it will be no little of the credit will be duo tho Somerset Journal which has boomed the enterprise almost in season and out WbenI er Campbell goes a cattle ho goes a cattle BECKLEY MrsenW It Deckley of Lexington died at Crab Orchard rings of heart dlseaso Wednesday otter a few hours Illness Her husband who has been working Tueedalen to Lexington for Interment HURT Whlln t1wind was blow hShelbyduties around his barn and strrtlD rlIngless for awhllo and cutting an ugl gash on the side of his taco Severs stitches had to be taken JOHNSON Oliver Johnson son of postmaster J M Johnson of Wayne burg fell from a train below Somerset Wednesday and was klllod His r mains wore Interred In the burying ground at Pleasant Point yesterday of uraoon after a short service at the gram He was about M years old and married a daughter of Mr Jas Item veral years ago and leaves a wife n two children timsshim THE Danville News pays a Lincoln county gentleman the following highly deserved compliment Hon M F North hoe announced himself as a can dldato for assistant clerk of the House subject to tbo action of the democratic caucus Mr North Is the present rep resontatlvo of Lincoln county whose term expires this year Ho Is ono of the strongest met In the House a thorough and consistent democrat m elegant gentleman and a bard worker behalf of the party In eyery be Is thoroughly capable and reliable and would be r spleodld man for the place to which he aspires The News with a host of other friends extend to him their heartiest wishes for sue II teas amcot n ha1a1re wxaayear ftdid35 600 In tho last year and has dono reasonably well with them Bale buy landieat h Is merchandising at Ponca City RtyE man tifedits uo of his farm near Walnut FJat Georgo Shelby is doing n thriving livery business and also runs successfully a feed store and dairy Ho farms large and has about 1100 acres in corn Mr Shelby handles a largo number of cattle When Mr Bishop loft homo Mr S was busily engaged In cutting his crop of 1200 acres Ho baa 1000 acres of land leased at 25o to Cl per aero Mr D S Johnson formerly of the McKlnney section Is preparing to open a bank at Ponca City T L LII lard Is Seeding 200 cattle and Is fat m log oxtenUrely cultivating about 200 acres J M Hill had In a good bigwed wheat crop and has 1000 acres la corn The Miller Brothers have 12000 acres In corn that Mr Bishop thinks will mako 60 to bushels per acre Mr J E Carsons wheat crop of 20000 bush ols boa been harvested and ho has sov oral hundred acres of One corn Hels an oxtonslvcfarmor and is buying Inbe dlan land whedoyer ho can do so Mr Bishop enjoyed his visit to his native home was to got back to Okla homo which country ho thinks la the greatest on the globe t wlllpeakatLlbertyTuelday j THERE aye 13 cases of smallpox iii Pellyton Casey county we are inform caspeTO FARMERS Stock your coalhouse the roads get bad J H Baugb k Co BUY meatof witwilltiles none but the best 2t u prescription work Intrusted to tee will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to ii JaidMeredIth solo near Maywood Tuesday next September 1st Readtbo advertisement in this lean and see what ho will dispose ofcoTHOSE indebted to Craig Hocker will please settle at once a dissolution of partnership makes It necessary to close our books W N Craig Phar maclst successor to Craig k Hocker ofACOIDIwas accidentally shot by Robert Helm alto colored Both are from the Hub ble section The ball passed entirely Sintwound and will be burled todoj a SOLD OCTMrs Garland Singleton bat sold to too Misses VanDeveer daughters of Mr M Owen VanDoveer her stock of millinery and goodwill They will continue the business at tboI sumo stand back of the poltoUlceI where they cordially Invite the ladies to glue them a call COLORED FAIR Tho colored lair which II going on In the Goodknlght woodland near town this week Is oat drawing like a mustard plaster as the association would wish but the colored people are enjoying themselves and the association Is having a good show of stock end giving liberal premiums The talc continues through Saturday SKULL FRACTURED Whllo out rabbits Wednesday tho breech deghis skull and hole now In a adpIng so Mr Daugherty lives In the Hales Well section and Is a bard work log honest man and It Is hoped bo will jooo recover shooemeasure yesterday morning about 10 ooloek when it was announc cd that the beautiful little child of 14 months Mary Wray had passed Into b0AparentsMrhave tho sympathy of the whole com munity In their great loss God knowa best and has called tho precious little one home to mingle ever more with the angels In that celestial city where pains and sorrows aro known not burial will take plead In Buffalo Ceme tery this afternoon otter services at the home at 430 TERRY Mr J Thomas Terry died at the homo of his brother Mr Char ley Terry on Green river Tuesday afternoon of consumption aged 48 xfwas an exemplary citizen in every way He was county assessor for lour years made a good official being the republican eyer elected to that post tlon in the county The funeralfconducted by Rev Cook t Mt Morlah church Wednesday ternoon and his tamales were laid rest at the thatch burying ground Ho as a member of the Odd Fella e at this place and a number of member attended the burial In a body end held the usual fraternal services the grave A good citizen Is gone Peace to his ashescLIBERTY FAmAn immense crowd attended the Liberty lair yetterday 00saw a fine show of stock aDd hotly c tested races The weather was good the order perfect and too day was a bill one in Libertys history Io tho cal rio rings Mr T L Carpenter of tbls oun ty made almost a clean sweep of the premiums with his splendid bleak tlo which were greatly admired Lin coIn Wells was a big winner In the va rlous Cla88 getting tour blues and two redo out of eight shows W W Lyon won too roadster premium with his One sorrol mare Irvo Pitman was sea oDd and Davo Wilcox third 6 P Bowman won tho plug horse race and Robert Crayons of Russell captured tbo mule race Joo ColToy of Colum bin took six blues out of seven shows with his good string Patrick Napier the 240 trot W W Lyon got second money and Dayc Wilcox third In the three minute class Dave Wll cox won first money Pat Napier ODd and Herbert Warrlner third The running race did not fill A eple program will bo carried out today when a record breaklog crowd la expects to present In tho game of ball Wed nesday Hustonvlllo defeated Stanford 20 to 4 The celeste and director the lair aro exerting themselves to make everybody have a good time and1v Ight well they are succeeding READ the New York Store ad oa our first papa DONT forget that HaterJames BI Mc Creary and Hon N D Hays will ak at too courubouso here next court day Sept 14 Hear tbemITilE Ladles Aid Society byterian church will meet this after nooo with Mrs DL C Saufley Instead cf h Mrs Mary Burch as stated in last Issue FINED Yocumpeafined 150 In Judge J P Ballova court for as saultlog Presley Sluder with a deadly weapon Ho Is serving the fine out ID l The trial ol John Will Walls for same offense was continued BAOUY Mr C LBaby ono ol most prominent citizens of Boyle unty died at his homo Jn that city of appendicitis Ho was Io the 60th year of hla ego and had resided in Boyle county for the past 10 years Be was byHothis place who attended his funeral sterday PROGRAM of Teachers Institute to bo held at Waynesburg Saturday Sept 5 Prayer welcome address by Dr gleton response by M G Colson Present Condition and Advancement of tho Public School Supt Singleton School Management Arthur Dally recitation Miss Annie Goocb song by choir What Is the present compulso ry law and why Is It not enforced L G Singleton How and when should Grammar be Introduced Miss Antle McKee How and when to teach long division Miss Hicks essay Mrs Min nie Caldwell How to teach Geography sad when to Introduce text books Miss Laura Dye song Should we abolish the prerent trustee system and make the county a unit Mr W B Hubble What relation hat Geogra pby to History and Civil Government Mr Elmer Gllllland Which is preferable the vertical or slant system of writing and why Miss Docla Gooch Give the various methods for teach tag spelling and which IB preferable Miss Ethel Adams Advantages to be rived by proper location aDd well rnished school houses Mr Ware re citation Miss Lutle Johnson The vantages and how beet secure a die library and suggest some suitable books Ora Williams Busy work for little folks Miss Rachel Slier literary exercises Miss Laura Fox Should hi story of State or nation be taught DLayk Pres Mr John Ware vice pros Miss Ora Williams secretary About bushels of No 1 seed wheat se Farmers Favorltc for sale veraged 22 bushel this year W G Cowan Hustonvllle LAND FOR SALE I About 100 acres of load on Poor Hldge plku mlle from Lancaster for sale 10 AbundantTheMRS N J BROWN McOreary Ky HOME FOR SALE I taocuterKy of1aodtell or trade for a small farm Fnr tUaDdFOR SALE I For good reasons I irlll sell my farm of 75 mllfffromndags rod outbuildings For further Information call on or address WYLiEt0 SALEthe I For sale prlvatelv mv farm of ITS acres ona6land Carpenters Station turnpike The arm Is In high state of cultivation well watered with good 1m provements IL O RAUOUMAN Hustonvllle Ky NOTICE i Notice Is hereby given to the owners and boldors of too 10000 Llnooln County S Per Cent Uufundlng bonds of series Sept 34 189803 that the court will redeem said rles of bonds at the Lincoln County Nation 1008CatJAMES I BAILEY Judge Lincoln Couuty Court FARM FOR SALE ON SATURDAY SEPT lib teas At 8 oclock In Stanford ky before tho myredfarm of about 88 ages This farm Is situ turnIIuR la n twostory frame with raven rooms pantry front and back porch two borne u tenant souse and other necessary outbuild Ings Oue half aero In nice bearing or chard Tho placo Is well watered with nev theBCChouse About 30 acres of the farm In blue 90aof timothy The remainder 810 culttva tlon The farm Is not In tho city limits Is within 1000 feet of the Watur Ice d fileC youthe dodtlculars call on or address J U Foster or U McKinney Stanford Ky BESSIE R McKINNEY Stanford Ky e I Cummins a McClary I n say I u ai li j i LITTLE EARLY It is to begin talkingnboutFnll and Winter goods but I just want you to know that we are getting ready for you Some 9of our goods are now in the house a great many now in transit and I go to market next week so in 10 days our house will be full Come in and let us show them to you and then wheli you are ready to buy you will know where to go HJIWRoberts CUT PRICES On Wash Skirts Wash Waists Light Skirts Slippers Oxfords Mens and Womens Canvass Shoes Lawns c t MidSummer Notions Such as CombsFansFan Chains Lace Hose Gloves Chatelains Waist Sets Belts c New goods every week in this depart ment t SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESserae satss Refrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire IVultrv Netting Smooth and Barb Wire Orais and flush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ONCOOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERfS 1 THE DRUGGIST i r t Has New Spring Styles ofr WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixsd PAINT for any Purpose 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pbitofflce at Stanford a CSn1 l4 u matter bUahCIruS aadFxtdo 4T 11 PER YEAR CASH a When set topald O3OO will becharged d it KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 24 Train going North MMM1011 t 230 In ou II SnutbM1217am2o23I a I m TORRENT My tore room recently occupied by Wm Severance Will root for ono or more years J B OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary la open all the year for the treatment of iurgloa1 and chronic diseases and for con Iul tlon Hoard and nursing shall be cub In advance weekly and monthly Profe gloonl bills lue when service are rendered and must paid promp- tlyUMBRELLAS and made almost ecovered and temall amount t can M good as new tbaa the tramp fix your umbrella moneyin tt repairer and for lew ATKIMStan I trial FRANK ic TraHlor DCAtVRS IN Whlsko Brandy Wlncs Beer- GIUar5 ftGO- arpent Houss STANFORD KY Oloseto Depot Nothing bot the bas to prompt drink nrill ttentlo er teleitrph ones receive tronpt attention eeILweareI1eflUdntGe Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New in the York world Assets 11871003512 Surplus is regards policy holders f436OJ8 69 property In Casey Garrard cola counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky RI B MahonyInsuranGC Solicits a share of the patronage- of tho property owners In andcounties incoln Casey who may be seeking in surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but and best Old Line Com anles represented and the low rat txvBible rales are guaranteed lhonec2 Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Myers Hotel melding 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best Tho Equitablestrongest- in the world tet also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Coversevery illness S Mrs Laura S Webb TlrrIrmlitrnt Woman Demo ratio Club uf Aurlliern Ohio dreaded the lunge of lilt which Was last approaching noticed Wine of to a bot tlc I tome relief the fortreewith no pain and shall take It oft and on now until I have pasted the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off Theyfollow woman to the change not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and ovoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of Wine of relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When ou come to the change life Mrs Webb s letter moro to you than it docs iSmean But now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists sell 91 of Wine INEoFGARDUIf W PARKE HAIR BALSAM Clnmtt sot tmnHTV halt ITunvitet amiiMt atowt4- Were Fan to llettore Ormy K b Color Car rtJ I 0104 ullhatUsy NEW LIVERY STABLE s W UltEEi SN Pros JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Treasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain nnd nay For Sate Wlason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid Every king first class Porters meet all trains 89 I J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates OttU on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coot J Ee Beazley CoM Undertakers and Embalmers iUODIlt SI FurnltureMaltlnjsRni8 They will Eicbango Furniture for all kinds Of Stock Give themIa call Prices right STANFORD KENTU- CKYMcGLMYJ+ l+ UNDERTAKERojof EMBALMER And DcalearIn SAENBSS SADDiESY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Bladder Urinary Also XldneysCURE Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There Is cure for you It necessary write Dr rennet He lias spout nlfo curing Just such cases asyours All consultations Klgnt months In bed heavy backache pain anti corcuesa arros kidneys also men matlrru Oilier rcmetllc failed Pr Fen ners Kidney and llarknrlio Cure cured ran Completely II WATKIIS Hamlet NY PrujTRlats II Ask for Cook Hook Free ISTVITUSDANCE Pure Circular Dr 1enrier KredonlaNY n c15ceS a LeXInGTOn D8mOlRftl Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It especially devoted to tho Interests of the Democratic and Rives all the news wltbdut fear or favor I P Walton Editor 8 Pror Iw Lexington Ky aSca IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR TEST MOST BENEFICIAL OP CONSTIPATIONrJ t Is nude oi Cascara Sagrada and other drugs that are equally as beneficial ia the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 2S and Bottles Ask your Druggist For Solo at Pennys Drug Store THIS AND THAT Masked men held upi n watchman antI secured J20000 In gold dust at an Alaskan mine Secretary Root formally tendered hl resignation He will be succeeded b Judge William II Taft Legal lights are gathering at Hot Springs Va for the annual meeting or the American liar Association For the first time in six years Nebrask Democrats and Populists are hoMing their State convention in different cities Robert Klrkpiitriok was hanged in tbeI county jell at Media la for the murder of his housekeeper Elizabeth Bearmorc William B Branson a former Ken tuckian and Miss Kuhno Beveridge the American gculjittcss were married in Powers again went on the wit teas stand at Georgetown Ho contra dieted statements made by ltaSfos Noaks and Broughton The big cigarette factory at Hanna belonging to the American Tobacco Company and the English Combine wall destroyed by fire at a loss of 1260000- A pearl which was found in Clinch river near Clinton Tenn was soldto over 91000 It Is said to be the vccont largest pearl ever found in the Unltei States Lightning struck a tree in the sol diers camp In the courthouse yard at Jackson shaking up several of th mllitamen and severely injuring Sergt Chicago Zionists have urged the Zionist council In Switzerland not to accept the East African proposition of the government of Great Britain except as a last resort POWERS INSTRUCTIONS The following are the Instruction given In the Powers case at George town by Trial Judge J E Robbins and the caae will likely be given to the jury tonight or tomorrow First Defining a criminal consptra cy and Instructing that an acessor before the fact may be convicted though the principal is never appre hendedSeeoodIf defendant did so conspire with others indicted or any of them be should be found Jtu1lt- yThlrdInstructlon as to guilt though defendant not present at time shooting FourthDefendant is guilty If he advised an unlawful or criminal act and the murder of Goebel resulted therefrom Fifth Defendant Is guilty If he was In such conspiracy even though time of killing bad not been definitely fixed and agreed upo- nSixthAfter formation ot conspiracy every act end declaration of one of the conspirators became the act of all Seventh If the murder of Goebel was the probable result of the execu tion of a conspiracy If defendant was In conspiracy be Is guilty though original purpose was not to kill Goebel EighthJury cannot convict upon the testimony of an accomplice unless such testimony is corroborated by other evidenceNinthEvery fact and circumstance must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt to find defendant guilty TenthThat evidence of James Sul livan Lizzie Woolurns R S Hearne Thomas Peace John Daugherty Jag Walker Clarence Walter and Wes H Whittaker can only be considered as affecting credibility of witnesses they were called to contradict Eleventh Defining words with mal ice aforethought and willfully The still warehouse of P W Engs ec Soot New York was dam aged by are to toe extent of 8185000 A M BOURNE LancastoraKy Offers his services as uotoinaar to the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY roods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call WHEN THINGS GO WRONG When things go right it Isnt hard To keep a pleasant cheerful face For other folk to havo regard And with smlllnj graceIAnd scouragej him thong Its not so easy I have found When things go wrong When things go right we can agree With anyone on anything Theres good in all that we can tee And joyous are the conga we lung But leaden grow the dan lDIt feat We have to sing another song And trouble sours our little sweet When things go wrong When thing go right we can be good And alt the Christian virtues show Do unto others as we would Do done by seeds of kindness sow Still all my praise I will reserve For him who battered bard and long Still keeps bin temper and his nerve When things go wrong Chicago Dally News r SAUTIOX This is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you arc not to purbaso the only remedy unl versallr known and a remedy that baa had the largest sale of any medicine In the world since 1868 for the cure and treat went of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing ItA plea popularity all these years you will bo thankful we called your attention tc Boscnees German Syrup There are 10 many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but severs Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especl ally for Consumption whore there II difficult expectoration and coughing dur fag the nights and mornings there Is nothing like German SyrUp The US cent size has just been introduced this rear liegnlar size 76 cents At all drngglrts At Penny rlugStore The birthplace of Charles Dlokeni the novelist is to be sold at auction U R Hughes Secretary i Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1Rout and let In SUnfordflfe roomthtll porch the rear good gard n good heUnboraooJ clOM to churehe and chool oallersmall fem sly Fries O- No 1lIoUNod loUn Staotord Roe con aim meows Uood table and acres of lam well fenced Ins of prettied building loll In tool room enough In hoot r two other cottage or a 2 hoer front be built to the cottage and he med a beautiful bom Will be old beep at tn owns mutt bare money No 4Two atory train dwelling 7 room ball cod veranda Uood gtrden fencing and bout In rood repel For ale or rent Irlo rtaaonaVl No S HouM and lot la Stanford Thiee room and Iront porch Hood garden and stable Good chpV Stanford 1lorle rotrus Uoel garden smoke and coal bosses os 13000111rm of Macna 2sL tall Iran Slaa lord on counlr road K ecru In cultivationeve n In pasture 2 good orchard and rest In timber T amall oottaco good bun and outbuilding watrrtd and toning fairly good tan tn lioughtat your price IS owner ltru la Jndlanapa 1U and mud bare money NolaIwellinorslx roomlb1I aol porch necceanry outbuildings caNO 1f1Jlwo atorl onrools JtOO feet tower ruols supple ed ltll Ouoln hln etc tVterIndwellte6anI- toreroowalso d slalom and well ondae Swalllo t Uackofftore One mile from Stanford IlulMInn In eool repair and dwdllBg originally cott Dd lOre our 11109 sell both fur rMO or atparatotyNo mule of Crab Orchard Ky lirick dwdllBK rums two tenant bMuri two tiara ell1Id ipritg near dwelling Farm lo blglftlat ot cultivation acres rtvar bottatu land fencing fruit Sic 1rice t760 an aer No ll109acriol land Laacuur tlrnl Crab Orchard eppolt SpriM In grass lu proTM eoli except large stack bus abunJa eJ itoek water Irtttlut bulUlng ill IB town Price I10UO No It MX acres of haul jest Crab Orchard heap No M Twoitrr buM t roowii baUTnnda awes land adjotnlnstlo Sttnlord lrp Kty In good repair water and Il In clt tern t dllQr llMutlful home Pik tao00- n54 Dwdllngofl roomwllh W semi land In McroUnd Hoed barn and Dar outbuild logt 2 wells la yard splendid orchard and acrrt itrawbcrrlet uuNIle onlMcehoo NoM Freioe hotel larg roomi double versa Lu hallway tire A large I story storeroom rooting street leet Irons hotel up stain suits fordw lag 2 nlte cottage nicely furnlibed napernl and palled I room and veranda each A arge barn on IIrne lot used ai llfery liable Gosh Vacant lot adjoining 5eset front by 200 feet All of this property Ii In Ionion Ky md la a fine chance for 10mB ohs to make money toprielor hat refused to rent properlet eao per south Os account or health If only reaaon for a Illng proprietor desires to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No 54A farm of 31 acres la Lincoln rusty treegood dwellings good bums and other out tflltefjofmd ley were watered Will sell this place on easy tans No liHOUM and 32 acres ol land within 1U tUes of Stanford house contains flre room reranda etc newly large new bun corn crIb granary etc Alt building and fencing la plenald Well watered This U a mat leslralle home Price Invest In Paint a Fninton your buildlnge nddg 10 Met eont to your propertys selling Yalta ulterior lnin ing gives an air of prosperity heal oomfort Good paint is always worth more Utiih Its cost and tho best pRints these days go tar thor anti last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho paint to use In applying it you will learn thAt it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about flvo yours to fully appreciate itHlQlALITY Pennys Drug Store LINCOLN COUNTY TlBANKCAPITAL STOCK Directors J D Paalon J 0 tfwtlev S U Shanks WOWalker Gee W Darter Suocetwr to The Farawrt tank 4 Tenet Company and under same naCeF8Rt eotiUBBoiuly for M years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such botaeM relations will prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This institution was eiUbllihed as the Deposit Hank ot Stanford la UH then reorganlted as the National thank of Stanford In 18SS and again rtoricanltex ai the First National Ilaik of Stanford In less having had practically an uninter rupted eiUtence for II ears It U better supplied now with facllltl for transact log ouilnet promptly and well than ever before to ttt long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers Directors NOTICEI have purchased the interest of J Warren Hooker in business of Craig locker A continuance of your patronage ciated an assurance of prompt oiliciont service is given Those indebted to tho greatly favor me by settling their accounts of and Her the next 15 days Kf cbang a7Two tor room home dwUlM II reasonable No 1SA aloe cottage aol let on Untaate street rd rotwt good rtitern eta that sao will ill for 11006 No 7A Ism of lee acre Dear llaitanTlHe Dwelling of fbt roowi ball Tetanli OBI tenant hot e tuck Urn tarp tebaero burn and other outbuildings Cistern sod pod well In th yard and water In e7 Md on the plan Fart Out seven field wad Sntclau Und No tuA Ira of acres trim dwalm lour ro Ptollt dun sad all B4oeuiy ui hutldiogt well watered cut la Se- a41t M acres tot llglion ml IB blue jraee lf tbaa halt IUlle We othr this ploe for only Mu per sera No81 MSacrwof land la ItockuMlW for or excbag Hat all ttecvxary ImproveoieaM well watered Ac Will be mid it a bargain No Fam of lee acre riiiMtetl rear Kings vllle Ky W crID cultivation M IB timoerivtt In If tHtlt two good here and out trepulr IW anis er thrro churches schoelrtoma and C S dole t Hpike awl county road and f the meet drtlrabto tars In that section Wa will sill tile whole fjrw for W 490 or la parcota of not 1m thou 10 sere to Dwelling rood barn etc Well waterd and In Sood repair Productive lime atone Und In good tievbborhood kfl to Mbool andon good rod Price S JCo SSA Ins ot lot acre In Cawy county Ky one and oDe half tor dwelling wtth tlz rooms barn anti other outbuilding la 41 ecru In limber fruit trees eta leya well on county rod close to churches school etc Price only 1600 No lou andon acre Und hose eon taint leTen reoiat terander collar etc All nee naary outbuilding Rates large Urn all la Iudld rtJelr louse nlate l and otter nl Cistern a loor stood grin and Urge barn lot on place lr1ealliuu No Ml Oacreaof land la Ford county Kat sir mil a rOw railroad and Si uille from Ariauui river it river bottom It nrttclau land In grata Tbli land It for sale or exchange No 5A farm of IK acre four mile from Stan lust In the well watered dwelling fronts pike IU ntentery A splendid blue Kr2 farm and only 2 J minute drive fron county teat Owner nf hnl lfllI this bu recently refused 1Ilacre 0 I4 t s H J H OWSLEY Otttbtei W IIUIOIIT Axt Oatblen I J 8 IlOOKEn Pret J J MoItOIlERTS Obr W IL WEAHUN Ilkpr F Held Danville 8 T Itarrli Stanford J 8 looker Stanford W P Walton LesloElon K L Tanner MeKinney M U neuter Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J H Ilaughman Stanford W P Tat Stanford the will be appre and here firm will turoplk bistyacres eulllratlon tenting Stanford I KyISPECIAL SALE Buggies Surreys perjThisI cft7I StanfordKy SIUNK9Preildeat llaughlSlanlltanfordT Cut this Out I And it will he wo- rth5OO ra Croilit to you on a Dug gy or Surrey Only one crotllt on Melt Job sold JaR HASE rsalstes DEN Lancaster I ulltlingfo welUagemtutewe 17ntyoffruit Setentyaeresofland outbuilding t0odrthisatJ75 Officers olaatlarpdrlikeKyFrameoUhootldIBp Saurto Itliatlon ret la tlu gamruunltyN0 49 Farm of oem near llodbead Nlr aDdfetRCIwell watered Will Nil hr IIWB or exchange fur wopCTty IB IJncula county SommerLynIns cootatn Mf i rooiiii Laree lure end all PenewudbuildlaplnqInidid No SsG corr ol unlnipraTetl land la Iron oaleesqvttf Is Lleeoln county JillIl a Jbe Uud U rich sod lrewlytentynt1111 a twe emryaglt roots Pram cr4larodepotIeIhU place wl bwld cheap MDfen efanda lood barn and other building repair Cut In ilx fielda well ftnced 0 aeNeIn andreanIIwke11ThU It a bargain rGMIdIlOlrl v lien Price 5ruq enslugtedoe to town Will inlt email family InLincolnt tenant houses barn room for orer head ol lock and all other necessary outbuildings all I- DCOllr Close to church school poslotnu railroad la good neighborhood 00 aorta III TblSaojleal j flIiDIIPrlOe