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N n p rfi V T i qfu fJ TttTV r x SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER h 1903 SAM NO 53 j Republicans Moot and Resolve The republicans of Lincoln county assembled In convention at the court house In Stanford Ky at 2 oclock on Saturday A ueust 20 1003 pursuant to tbo call of tbo district committee The convention was called to order by J A Blain chairman of tho county commit elating the object of the 41convention called for nominations for temporary chairman thereupon mo lion mado by A H Florence and seconded lion D D King was elected temporary chairman of the convention and upon motion mado end seconded John W Cummins was elided scare tary of the convention Thereupon W B Varoon otferod and moved the adoption of the follow log reiolutloni to wit RB80LVBD PIUST That we approve of tbo call made by the district repub lioan eommltUe of the lath Jadlolal district for a convention to bo held In tho olty of Danville on Tuesday Sept II 1003 to nominate republican candi dates for judge and commonwealths attorney for said district SBCOND That the following named republicans bo selected as delegates to represent Lincoln county In said con vention to wit Coo M Davlson Oren Carrier II D King John F Iloliiolaw Oeo W Gentry R L Da vUon W R Wllllami John Blain I Sidney Dunbar Frank Dunbar Frank RIg oy W D Tardfu Frank Atkins Alex DUn A D Florence J N Menefce D T Lunceford A G Cot fey W E Varoon and J H Swope and the following ns alternates J F Cummin Bright Fcrrcll Ie D Noakt Ellsba flocker John Butcher J L Johnson Frank Horton Cyrus Walls Jobn Burton Henry Roe John Glv eos Joe Phelps Josiah Bishop J A Chappel A U Carman Craig Leach William C Cummins A U Faulkner Richard Ride and all other good reoI publicans who may desire to attend THIRD That the republicans of Lie cola county present to the republicans of the 13th Judicial district of Ken tuoky for the republican nomination for judge of said district the Hon P M MoRobert an able lawyer upright citizen and obrlstlan gentleman and one In every way qualified to make an Ideal judge and wo urge his nomina lion and who If nominated will carry their banner to rlctory at the approaching November election and we pledge that when elected be will re fleet honor upon the district Tbo motion to adopt the said rcsolu lions was seconded by Samuel Rey s colds and the said resolutions vruro thereupon unanimously adopted Upon motion mado and seconded the convention theo adjournedB Chmn JOHN W CUMMINS Secy IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mlnnlo Johnson ulster of Capt B J Ewen It dead at Richmond John T Maton a prominent Bell county farmer accidentally shot and killed himself while out hunting In a drunken row In Shaws saloon Nlcholatvllle Louts Vinegar stabbed Morris Clay to death Both are color edWilliam Tribble a Madison count Negro was detected In an attempt to carry a pistol to his brother In tbo Frankfort penitentiary Petitions aro being circulated over Casey county for tbo purpose of secur log a vote on the freo turnplko propo sition In November and signatures aro being readily obtained Tbo Tenth district missionary con vention of the Christian church will convene at Richmond Sept 0 and 10 t Tho district Is compo cd of the coun ties of Lincoln Garrard Rockcaitle 11111 and Madison Walker Henley aged 12 has confessed to wrecking a Tennessee Cen tral freight at Monterey Tenn The young offender wedged a broken ax InI tbo joint of the rails causing a wreck which caused considerable damage Robert Moroland and Miss Latllla III Smith took the bluo In tbo fancy turn out ring at the Sholbyvllla fair with a most beautifully decorated rig Thorn were 12 entries and the belles andI beaux of the bluo grass hold tho ribbons In the elegantly adorned vehicles Besides winning this very desirable premium Mr Moreland won everything In which ho showed about Ova In all and Is fully sustaining the reputation of Lexington for haying tboQnest bore os In tbo world Lex Democrat Tho Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel satisfied If ho can hobble around on crutches two or three weeks after spraining his ankle and It is usually two or three mouths before he has fully recovered This is an un necessary loss of time for in many cases In which Chamberlains Pain Balm has been promptly and freely applied a com pleto cure bas been elected in lass than one weeks time and in some eases with in three days For sale by W N Craig LANCASTER There sire several bay fiver sufferers here IjBcroaerection of a flntclas natal hero Miss Wllllo Bello Burnsldo has gone to Dexter Mo to teach a class In mu lie A new concrete pavement has been laid In front of Gen Din Colliers reel dsnco A handsome Iron gate has been swung at the entrance to the graded Caumbley conducted union ser aloes Sunday evening at tile Christian church It L Payne of Hsnolt lilies ls hero with J I Hamilton sad Is buying flee heroes Mr Disk Haekloy aged 10 died Sit urday and the remains were Interred hero Monday W B Burton attended tho London fair and bought a lot of horses and moles in that section The W C T U will bold a donation party at the opening of tbelr reading rooms Thursday afrernoon Squire James Saunders 73 and Mrs Alma Austin 47 wero married at the bride borne near McCreary MM S D Rothwoll continues In bad health and has been removed from Dripping Springs to her homo hero Mrs B F Walter recovered 11000 In her damage suit against tho tows for Injuries received from falling In a ditch The republicans of Garrard Instructed the delegates to vote for P M Mc Roberta for circuit judge at the coo venilon to be held In Danville Win Wall had a sale Saturday of his personal property cverytblngbrlnglng good prices Ho and his family leave today for Kansas accompanied by Mr Spoonamoro and family of the Rubble sectionMrs Wm Ray died at her bomo In the Buckeye section after an Illness of typhoid fever She was 20 years ok and bad base married about 18 months Rbo was the daughter of James Nave and leaves a husband and one child to mourn her loss Mr and Mrs W II Mason have Is sued Invitations to the marriage of their daughter Kathorlno Logan to Mr Roy Asa flames at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Sept 0 at tbo Presbyterian church Rev H N Fal toner will officiate After the ceremo ny tbo couple will leave for German town 0 where they will bo at ham to their friends after Oct 1 Mr and Mrs Charles Boll of South Carolina aro visiting Mr O T Wal lace Frank Marksbury and Lewis H Herndon took In the London fair Mrs Z T Rico of Richmond II visit lag her parents hero Mrs Rosa B Crow and daughter have returned to Loulsvlllo Miss Norma Elmoro Is at vllitIao wife of Mlddlesboro arc visiting here returnedIa o Merrill Is visiting In London Miss May Haggard of Winchester Is with Boggy1 t friends hero Mr end Mrs W C Wbcrrltt have returned to New Orleans Mr Bradshaw of Indtanapo Us Is visiting Mrs Jim Jones Mr and Mrs D M Lackey will celebrate tbelr golden wedding at their homo en Danville Ave Thursday by a reception from 4 to 1111 Dr and Mrs Sam Burnsldo and children aro visiting rem atives at his home THIS AND THAT A woman named Kate Wheeler was stabbed to death in a blind tiger at is a point near tbo famous Stony Cave In the Catsklll Mountains where ice may be found on any day of the year James D Wood will accept the nom ination tor Governor of the Allied Ieo pies patty and the United Labor party It is reported that Fleming county people will raUo a fund to apprehend those who engaged in tho lynching a William JThackor Thieves attacked the Chicago City Railway Companys barns and after killing two men and wounding two others made their escape with 3000 in cubAt the beginning of the 10th century English was the native speech of peiliaps 20000000 of men and women and at tho close of the century It was spoken by 180000000 Imperial troops inarcbiag to the re lief of the Sultan of Morocco weno ambushed by insurgents and 1000 of tbelr number including seven Governors wero killed or wounded C F Walter IDIJurhla a verdict for the plaintiff to the amount of 81COO NOTESI L B Anderson has resigned Frederick T Olmstead the noted landscape artist Is dead Frank Corzellus a well known man died at Richmond of apoplo botetI A Chicago man swallowed tho presence of his divorced wife acd diedFifteen soldiers were killed and over three score Injured In a railroad accident In Italy Great proparatlonsarebolngmado for the opening of the Democratic campaign at Winchester A son was born to Mrs J B Marouin at Jackson Her husband was assassi nated several months ago A big dam burst at Boydttown Pa letting out two million gallons of water end doing great damage At 27 Carl Rudolph Schultz has base elected president of the Equitable National Bunk In New York Masked men robbed the Rock Island depot at McFarland Kan and locked six employes In a refrigerator car Tbo Hopklnsvlllo Tobacco Board of Trade has contributed tlOO toward tbeIKentucky fund for tbo Worlds Claude Garth ot Georgetown bal- given 120000 to the Bible College of the Kentucky University at Lexington A Chicago millionaire has settled a million on his poor relations just for the fun Of seeing bow they will spend the money In a pistol fight at Seymour Ind between PoHooaan Baugbman and Reddinger oil one side and exMayor Mille on the other all wero wounded Tbo excess of male deaths In Chicago is now more than 37 per cent greater than tbo female deaths In a population which contains only 3 3 per cent excess of males A large number of negroes aro pas sing through points In Western Ken tucky on their way south from Indiana and other States north of the Ohio river Such has been the Improvement In engine boiler and fire boxes that the power derived from a pound of coal to day Is nearly three times as great at It was CO years ago London Ie the birthplace of the Young Mens Christian Association and although it celebrated some eight years ago Its semi centennial it has not become languid Tho Coroners verdict In tbo case o the death of 22 employee of Wallace Bros classes In a wreck on the Urao Trunk railroad hold both the railroa- a and tho circus people to blame A Detroit woman lost a 15000 pearl and diamond necklace but before the police could mako headway tower recovering it it was returned by woman who said It had caught In her dross at the theater Somebody has figured It out that Champion Jim Jeffries mado over 11000 a minute while ho was defeating Corbott The fight lasted only halt an hour and Jeffries earnings wero 832 723 CO Of the 102310 taken In at the gate Corbett got 810900 50 and tbo Yosemite Club under whose auspices the tight took place kept 813702 allw share Drunkenness In France In creasing Drunkenness la France is steadily on the Increase and there Ie not a village however small which does not posses several habitual drunkards Alcoholism Is the modern leprosy of Franco Medical statistics complied by the authorities from the hospitals asylums and prisons show that the groat Increase In pulmonary consump tion Is almost entirely duo to alcohol ism and two thirds of tbo Inmates of French lunatic asylums aro there from the same cause- Throughout France there la a great demand for cheap absinthe which Is adulterated with dlacetato of copper The effect of this beverage If taken regularly Is to drive the drinker Insane Common spirits generally known as eau do vie is consumed In largo quantities In tho north of Franco This can ba bought at 15 cents greaft incentive to drunkenness Various public bodies are doing their utmost to bring homo to tbo peoplo tbo awful physical ravages caused by alco hallo excess but hitherto their endeav ora havo produced the effect of a raindrop on a furnace Tho efforts of temperance societies based on philanthropic or religious principles have no Influence on the French character The only real remedy for checking the alcoholic cacao In Franca Ilea lu prohibitive legislation and tbo crea Ion of a State monopoly of alcohol This would mean that pure alcohol only would be served and that at a high price For attack tako Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick taro is certain For sale by W N Craig nON P M McROBERTS Of this place who will bo nominated by tbo republicans for circuit judge at the convention at Danville today ++ +HmH + + + t LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Charles Lutes sold to Thompson R Hart of Fayetle 250 ewes at 13 75 FOR SALE12 extra good twoyear cotton mules H O Baughman Hustonvllle KyaFOR SALE Extra good family and work mare with mulo colt J H Rlcberi Crab Orchard Ky 4t Hamburg Belle won the rich Futur Ity at Saratoga Saturday Lconidaa was second and The Minuteman third Mrs J B OWlloy bas sold to John B Foster her farm of 621 acres adjoining the land of Mrs Lawson at 880 The meeting between Hermis Dick WelleMcCbcsney and Afrlcandertbe great racers may tako place at Har lem Gallatln county was visited by a se vere hailstorm and Ik Is estimated that 130000 worth of growing tobacco was destroyedAbout bushels of No 1 seed wheat known as Farmers Favorite for said Averaged 22 bushel this year W G Cowan HustonvlleaCame to my place a brown mare 151 hands star in forehead Owner can get her by paying for notlco and keep SJ Embry StanfordaFOR RENTFor next year my farm of 225 acre near Moreland adjoining wheatfWllllamsburg Ky 4t hisdcropIquantity Somerset Journal purevllle two yearling colts at a reputed price of 83000 One Is a son of Handspring sire of Major Dalngerfield and the other Is tho son of Millionaire A FeathoMtones great horse Previous They have been shipped to New York to their owner who will have them broken and trained M J Farris has closed a trade with the Kentucky Supply Co for 0000 bales of straw to be delivered at his barns on hit farm at It a ton Lanier Bros sold to Dick Gentry for Nelson Morris 80 export cattle averaging 1 450 pounds at 5c to bo delivered sometime before Sept 15 Richard Gentry ofIialscattle for fall delivery He bought OS from Joo McDowell 30 from Pope Wil llama 80 from Lanier Bros and sold 155 of bis own to same parties The entire lot was bought at 5c Mr OeD try also purchased 100 exporters from Garrard county parties at from 84 76 to 8485 Advocate A RemarkableRecord Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It has been in ute for over 30 years during which time many million bottles have been sold and used It has long been tho standard and main reliance in the treatment of croup In thousands of homes yet during all this time no case has ever been reported to the manufacturers in which It failed to effect a cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even as soon as the croupy cough appears it will prevent tbo attack It is pleasant to take many children like it It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may bo given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by W N Craig IPresident Roosevelt has announced that Henry C Iclo1 a member of the Philippine Commission will bo appoint ed Vice Governor of the Philippines to succeed Gen Luke E Wright when Con Wright assumes the office of Gov ernor General A man has been selects for the vacancy on tho Commission but has not yet accepted If sun was boor and star was rum skyIdeat star And drink till the clouds dryNew ODD SUITS AT VERY LOW PRICES Our stock is down to a few Suits patternsileftsizes and the prices have been reduc ed till you cant resist buying if you are at all in need of clothing IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfiedr T O WILLER DanviIIa Ku NOTICE I This coupon entitles the bearer to a discount of 15 00 on any vehicle bought from me within the next 30 days Only one coupon good on each vehicle sold wr eaaa o a Aud it will be worth Credit to you on a gy or Surrey Only ouo credit on each Job sold at J R Ky 11 j9 j harmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars aro no longer obtainable This is a mistaken idea however II J Heinz Co are perfectly reliable and supply pure foods only Their Vinegars fully comply with the Pure Food Laws not only of every State in the Union but of every country in the world We sell nnd place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and behind Heinz Malt Heinz Vin egar Heinz Cider For Purity In Food Products Coraejfo 1 Paint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go far ther and last longer than ever before Is tho paint to use In applying it you Will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years tQ fully appreciate earssaaasae stl Dr Oscar B Fallis j SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903 0 1 j f lie Ca The Merchant STANFORD KY s Joods WarrantedFit Him a Can Ia Cut this Out 5Op Bugt HASELDEN Lancaster III PURE VINEGARS impression wholesomeness Vinegar Pickling Vinegar HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Invest In Paint Mastic Mixed Paint itsQUALITY Pennys Drug Store CHRISTIAN COLLEGE RUPLEY Tailor 1Give IKy Presidentt 1spent3 AM BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auf3toiart- o the people of Lincoln County Heewill pleas you both in work and price Write to him tr r u f y 4 r t f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county JUl ject to the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD Is a canallate for Sheriff of Lincoln county su Ject to the action of the democratic rny T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county su ject to the action of the democratic ratty JESSE C LYNN- Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subje to Uie action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action ot the democratic party WIHERRIN- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county Jutject 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 Governor J C W BECKIIAM For Lieutenant Governor W P THORNE For Auditor of Slate- S W HAGER For Treasurer ii jr BOSWORTIT For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State JT V UcCIIESNEY For Superintendent of PuMic Irutructiof J 11 FUQUA For Commiftioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN CHINA C For Railroad Commissioner Y kv CC MCHORD For Circuit Judge W COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For KepresenUtlvo J M ALVERSON AFTER more than four hours delft eratlon the jury In tbo Caleb Power case at Georgetown returned a yerdlc at 1120 oclock Saturday morning find lug the prisoner guilty and fixing tbe punishment at death In the afternoon a formal motion for a new trial was made and overruled Special Judg Robbins eentenced Powers to be bang ed on Wednesday November 25 An appeal was granted and the defeat was given until the eighth day of tbe October term of the Scott Circuit Court to file a bill of exceptions This suspends the sentence pending a decl sloe of the appeal The verdict is a thoroughly satisfactory one to all lov ers of Justice and especially to thos who do not sanction assassination and who believe that every man who figur ed In the damnable plot of murdcrlnf Goy William Goebel should feel the t halter draw The republican and flop over papers are sending up a might howl at the thought of their especial pet dangling at the ropes end but such stuff will cut no figure and Powers will pay all of the fearful debt he can ere many months come and go The trial was the third to which Powers was subjected On the first ho was given life Imprisonment The case was taken to the court of appeals and was revers ed The verdict In the second trial was also life Imprisonment The court of appeals again came to Powers res cue by reversing the lower court andI granting him a new trialITUB effort of the Printers Union to run the government printing office at Washington having resulted In much trouble an order has been Issued tbatI BO man shall be retained In the service who does not take an oath of allegiance to the government It Is a rather sweeping order but a man who thinks be owes more to a union than he does to his government or his employer Is not a safe one to have around BISHOP H C MORRISON struck theI nail squarely on Its head when be said When Negroes quit ravishing we willI quit lynching and not before If the newspapers of the country would IllveI as much epaco to the horrible crime which Invariably precedes all lynch loge as they do to the tales of lynch tag It would serve to place sympathy where It belongs THE Lexington Democrat is coming like a whirlwind Ic added over 500 subscribers last week about as many as the combined circulation of Its re publican competitors the Herald and Leader You cant keep a good man and a good thing down Senator Blackburn will be one of the speakers at tho opening of the democratic campaign At Winchester ISep 6 WHEN Fugitive Taylor wag asked what bo thought of tbo verdict In tbe Caleb Powers case ho said I am horrified simply horrified When It is remembered that Caleb Powers has been convicted for political purposes and to cover and obscure the monstrous crime of robbing him of his oDlco by the uee of the 1100000 perjury fund and tben by Indicting and bribing with Impunity tbo moneycringing creatures to swear hU life away In three bitter partisan courts before three packed partisan Juries deliberately selected to convict no one Is surprised His conviction Is the most diabolical political crime of the age The verdict does not In fact nor In the minds of Just men anywhere make him any more guilty than did the conviction and execution of Robert Emmet make him guilty Caleb Powers is an Innocent man Pretty big talk for u fellow who sneaked out from a State that bad honored him and who Is afraid to leave Durblns arms even for a minute It Is getting close to Powers fellow CO- nspirator and wo do not wonder that be Is horrified He realizes that It may be his time next and no dfubt feels that It ought to be HERE AND THERE R B Hackley of Buena Vista Is deadFrank Chelt is deed at Dunnvll Casey county Six hundred teamsters went on a strike at Seattle Mrs Nettle McCormick of Chlca bas given 810000 to Washington Lee Unlversly A fleet of barges carrying 50001 bushels of coal left Pltteburg Saturday for Southern ports The past Summer has been the coldest on record In the office of the weal er bureau in New York At Richmond Va Herbert Bates blnk clerk shot and killed Miss Rena Gentry and committed suicide Suit for divorce with startling allegations has been filed at Owensboro by Rev W H Ferguson a well know apllst preacher One man was killed one fatally burl and a third seriously Injured by the explosion of a big compound locomotive On the Oregon railroad Dr C C Lewis one of the bClt known physicians In Western Kentucky died suddenly of heart fallur at his home In Owensboro- CornellualGonzalee was killed wltb an ax by his sleter In law Mrs Sara D Solane of Springer N Y whll ylng to force his way into her boun Capt B J Bwen says be will be cblef of police under Lexingtons new administration but Mr Combs nominee for mayor eays be bas made DO sucb promises- Mrs Oms Pollock of Somerset and Mra Laura Pollock of Anderson Ind are both claiming the estate of Wll lIam H Pollock who died suddenly at- tbe latter place A committee of five trustees has de o ded to recommend Dr J T Taylor of Norfolk Va for the presidency of eorgetown College to succeed Dr E D Gray resigned Rev Dr P A Baart of Marshall Mlch declared In a sermon that tb oatbs of some labor unions were of- sucb a nature that no Catholic coup insistently take and keep them A party of desperadoes took posses Ion of the town of Wllhurst Breathtt county shot holes In tho houses and forced the citizens to flee to the moun talnl Capt Longmlre with a detal of six militiamen went to the scene- aad arrested two men Four others fled A movement Is on foot in Ohio to put anotber democratic State ticket In tbe- field made up of democrats who are displeased with the nomination of Ton L Johnson W S Thomas Is said to- bave declared his willingness to accept tbe nomination for governor and Lew Is Bernard is ono of those said to favor- the nomination of a second ticket Col Blscoe Hlndman aiddecam 00 the stall of Gen John B Gordon- and formerly commander Inchief ol the United Sons of Confederate Voter a18 bas given Gen Bennett H Young prcsldent of the Kentucky Confederate Home carte blanche for the erection a monument to the soldiers of the Confederacy who are burled In the Pewee Valley cemetery and those wbo- will hereafter be burled there Tbe Universal Peace Union at Mys tic Conn adopted a set of resolutions In which naval displays were deplored as being a cause and incitement to war- and lynching was denounced as being mOnstrous peacebreaker The preal- dent Is requested to call a peace conference ovary four years A recom mendatlon was adopted asking that ao- appeal be made to all nations to set- aside one per cent of their appropriations for a peace fund POLITICAL Gov Beckham will speakat Harrods bur g court day Sept 7 D J Burcnctt was nominated for irosentatlve by republicans of Boyd and Lawrence counties Jam I K Vardeman was nominated by the democrats for governor of MIl- slaelppl by 10000 majority avless county prohibitionists Dom- lnated George Baker for Reprcsenta tlve Owensboro named Dr J D HockerIt believed In Washington that jresentatlve Williams of Mlsslsslp pl cap be defeated for the democratic leaderlhlp of the House The appointment of Finance Minister Witte as Rustlas Premier baa been oRlclally confirmed M Pleskl becomes Minister of Finance Tho local option election hi Mubleo berg county Saturday resulted la a ma- Jority of Soo for prohibition Contral City which hold a separate election gave a majority of 32 for the sale liquorSecretary Shaw has proposed a DOW plan for utilizing the revenue receipt which may be segregated and placed In national depositories no a basis for re Moving temporary stringency In the money market Judge George Du Rallo Is to retire as chairman of the Republican State Campaign Committee to accept one of the local nominations for Circuit Judge He may be succeeded as tbe head of the committee by Maj W O Owens Secretary Hitchcock will send a man not connected with the Department 01 the Interior Into the Indian Territory to make a searching investigation of alleged Irregularities In the sale of their land by the Indians After a personal Investigation the Secretary canceled many deeds and returned their money to purchasers Several officials detected In questionable transactions have already been dll missed from the public service CHURCH MATTERS Frankfort Baptist church Is to be remodeled at a cost of 12000 The Methodist church at Uobar endereon county was destroyed by a ItormOf the 800 Christian churches In Kentucky 375 give to mission and 325 do J Q Montgomery and Z T Williams are holding an Interesting meeting at Moreland Rev J S McConnell recording set elary of the Board of Extension of tbe Methodist church Is dead The East Concord Association of tbe iaptlst church meets at Browning hurch near Mtddlesboro Sept 3 tot Father Gushing who made a long ght upon Bishop Matz bas been ordered to go to the Monastery at Geth emetic near Bardstown and to remain here for the balance of his life Rev H W Elliott State secretary and treasurer of Kentucky mlssloa will preach at the Christian church on Sunday morning Sept Otb and at urnersvlllo at 745 p M same day Rev William Rupard of Madison aunty has served fodr Baptist church es as a pastor for 50 years without a Dllars salary Surely a rich reward Is awaiting this grand old soldier of- tbe cross The annual convention of the C W B M and Sunday School of the lOil entucky District composed of Lie coin Garrard Rockcaatlo and Madison unties will be held In the Christie church at Richmond Sept 0 and Tbe Sunday School convention will be- In session the Oth and the C W B the 10th and the two bodies will bold a folnt session the evening of the Mr F M Raines of Cincinnati wll be the speaker for the Sunday School and Mrs Ida Withers Harrison will ipresent the C W B M All who- arB Interested are most cordially Invited to attend the services Anne Hart well Shanks district manager In Memory OfJim Henry Pettus The relentless destroyer ylsltcd us iddenly on Friday morning Aug 28 at 1 oclock and set his seal upon be- lunny brow of our darling little boy- and nephew Jim Henry Pettus All- was done that attentive skillful physl cianI and loving ones could do but that dread disease membranous croup bad fa s ened Itself upon the dear little fellow and the precious bud which was unfolding with such rare beauty was nipped as by an untimely frost But ob dear surviving ones he bas been transplanted to a milder more beautiful clime where the rude rough blasts of mortality can never blight his pure little spirit Our little treasure hils- been torn from our fond loving embrace but look up with an eye of faith to that haven of rest where little Jim Henry Is asleep In Jesus with bll- bead pillowed on the bosom of his Savior who said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of sucb Ir the kingdom of Heaven Ye shall miss his happy childish prattle and merry gleefal laughter that fell so sweetly upon our ears but we should all rejoice that bo Is now a 10 theangeloatsAfter a few remarks prayer and sonl at the grave the little body of- clay was laid away to await the resurrection morn So let us sorrow not broken hearted ones but strive to- meet him In that better world to which hll little spirit has taken Its flight AUNTI Stomach Trouble I have been troubled with my stow acb for the past four years says D L- Beach of Clover Nook Farm Ureenfield- Man itA few days ago I was Induced 0 buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of- them and feel a great deal better If ou have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25c For sale by W N Craig lSUMMER BARGAINS AT THE GRAND LEADER All tho new stylo SOc Shirt Waists wo have In stook go In this Sununor Sale at 35c 300 Corsets worth GOd lick and OOa each go In this Summer Salo at 89c Odds and Bnds of wash goods DImU ties and Organdies wore 121 16 and W lie to olose them quickly 6c yd 300 Ladies Straw Sailors and Black were 5oc CHOICE Me THE GRAND LEADER 1M B CO S B UEVYMunaper Notice To Fence Growers Land owners maintaining hedge fences alongpubllo highways are notified that It U unlawful to obstruct either the ditches or rightot ways by leaving tho brush on the road sad soy one 10 offending will be pros ecuted II lame U not remote In a rroson able time JAS I DAI LEY Judge Lincoln County Court A 8 PRICE DontistI Stanford Ky 9ac ow UeUoberUDinf Store In ins Owilj hnudln- tTHOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I mack Iletkihlro hog Southdown sheep High Grade bucks onoyear old J BTFGLE OAUPENTKIl HuitonTlllo Ky R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higfttns 4 McKlnnejs Ston Telephone NY tl DRIP W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kontucky Office In Myers House FIat d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Sheers West Main Btroot Stanford Kentucky Nice Home For Cottage ofthree rooms and porch Ir Moreland Oood garden feed and large warehouse sell at low price with terms to suit purchaser Property belongs to lace Turner but will be told by me Clear title V C SIlPLE Ky Estrayed or Stol- enaA brown bay hone about 0 or 10 year old loft my July 28 Mane lays on left side Any Information thereto will bo paid for CEO Tarnermrlllo CARTER NOTICE I Notice Is hereby to the owners and loldurs of the 10000 Lincoln County I ior Lunt Refunding bonds of series Sept 91 h0308 that the court will redeem said so rlu of bonds at the Lincoln County Nitlon nl Hank of Stanford Ky on 21 1808 ns provided in the taco of said bonds JA11F3 P HAlLEY Judge Lincoln County Court RENT lily farm containing 68 acres with good dwelling thereon l lrer for rent privately 25 acres to go In corn 12 In wheat cmalnlng 29 acres tor land Will Iso sell the crop and stock on the place prl ately Plenty good stock water receseary outuildings IncludIng s tack barn e Farm must be he next 8 or 4 weeks It lays 34 Ioei rom tlostonvllle on Mlddleburg pike esslon given at once 1t8 F JENKINS Ultoovlllc All our 75o 9100 nnd 5125 Shirt VaistB go In this Sale at G9c t SOOCorsota worth oo 100 and 225 go In this Summer Salo at 59c Ping quality Dross Gingham sold at lOu yd In this Summer Salo your choice Gc yd White Hedge Sale FOR All our ei35 6750 dud 82 WnlsttIRO In this Summer Salo at 98c tCOFlaxlbono Corsets nude for stout t1gUr09I ore 8160 and 200 Summer Sale iirleo 8DcA t 300 pairs Ladles Pino Oxfords Vats gall and Kid wore 1350 OllOleoI 175 J Mens I25o and J5oo Medium Weight Suits to reduce our large stock we offer you choice 85o LEVY Prors Moreland Summer Withers Furniture Co i Dealers in Fino Furniture Carpots Rugs Wall Paper Window Shades c Manufacturers of Pi ettll0vFrames RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BESTIRANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced pricestTho 17 kind will go at 1425 t Tho 25 kind will go nt 2125 I The 30 kind will go nt27Tho 835 kind will go nt 88050 Tho 840 kind will go nt3476Th-o 50 kind will go ntt4 O You hero never lied such nn opportunity sented to you before so now is your IUCtAll stoves will be sot up in your kitchen guaranteed GEOl H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky Watches Of QualityF- or Ladies and t Watches that Men will be a I credit to the wearer Plain s or beautifully engraved cas es containing reliable works to make perfect timepieces t IRICES RIGHT W H MUELLERt s We Want You All To t Porno and be numbered among our regular customer You will certainly lee that be l aides a decided saving of money there are many other advantage to be gained by purchasing your groceries from me A glance at these prices and comparison of quality should provo couvlnelygt Rest Simon glass Jar Sio per dozen best tin fruit cans 40c per dozen good coffee too per pound All kinds of tlnwnre cutlery sugars meats In tact all heavy and fanny groceries sold In proportion Oome and be J W PBRRIN tHe Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Kv I JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers Bettman The greatest 350 and 400 Shoes manufactrured for MEN W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SKIT 1 1003 In fllllnjr your prcicrlpttooi wo uao propordonenot do better If yon paid ui double the price which li alwftya rcuonablo Pc- nlev Drug Store PERSONALS DEC REYNOLDS le torlouily Miss ANNIE SHANKS It quite sick THOMAS D NeWLAND Ju attended f the London lair Mil E W SMITII ipent icvcral dare at Columbia Tenn GEO D FLOnENCE returned to tGeorgetown yesterday MissMAitY UEAZLEY It with Mr and Mn J L Uetzley Mil D O Govicn returned Saturday from a tour of the West MRS MARTHA SEVeRANCE li quite tick with malarial lover- JOEHAZLEMand wile of Pltliburf j are with relatives In this county Mil A r NUNNELLEY In spending a few dayi with the horaefolki hero A NINE 1ovND boy hat arrlyed at tbo homo of Mr Fred Von Grucnljsan Miss ADBLK PRLAND returned from a visit to friends at Perryvlllo yostcr day MRS O C WILLIAMS of Mt Ver ODD was the guest of Mn M O WIN llama J MISSES DESSIC AND MARTHA MEt HKEE returned to Pltttburg Pa yesterday MRS WILLIAM MORELAKD of Lex iDRtoo li with her daughter Mn W Co CUMMINS of Pretchen vllle wa on yesterday train bound for Tyrone MRS T F BlINK and little daugh ter went to Qardln county Friday to visit relative MRS AG EASTLAND of Lou sv111o li with Mn George D Hopper and other friends here e MISS PEARL FcqUA who baa been with Mln Russ Totton returned to yeltordlYI up toCra- Orchard yesterday to visit her parent Dr and Mr J D Pettui NEWS come from Naibvllla that a llttlo daughter has arrived at the home of Bid and Mr W K Bills BTBRBTT M STONE wont to Lexlng ten Friday to tako a business oouree In W II Smith Uuitnet College DK AND Mas LEK F HUFFMAN L spent several days wit Hsnunmtle friend and relative MK AND MILE L C ARNOLD who hate sprat tome months hero loll Bat rday to make their home In Lebanon SiIRLHY TRIHNLK of Rlohtooed wa s hero yesterday en route to Jellloo to take a position on the Advanee Soot t nel r Mns F D WILKINSON and has t same guests spent several day at I Orchard Springs and Danville la weekMItsJSOtysLnY JR and ion James McElwalno Owiley bavo r turned from a visit to her parents Franklin 0Lt f this place are yltlllng friend at Lo anon Junction MR E M DENNY formerly of Rock t cattle but who Is now a rich distiller at Verona Mo has been on a visit to hi Kentucky friend Miss SALLIE L MYERS of Garrard was hero Saturday returning from 1Loulnlllo where the has bees In an for some time M MRS ALICE NEWLAND and Miss An- naI Newland of Crab Orchard returned Sunday from a visit to her laD Fred Rowland at Birmingham MRS UATTtE S Orr one of the belt county superintendents In the State hero from Falmoutb the guest of ho 1brother Mr W O Speed BOWMAN SMITH of Cumberland Gap Tcnn has been visiting he 1 parents Mr and Mri Gco S McKIn noy In the McKinney icctlon Join COULTER order his papa t sent from McKlnnoy to Somerset where ho will bo agent for the Central t Kentucky Buggy Co of Danvlllo l MRS J N MENEKEB and daughter Min Lucille Mcnofco are In Chicago with relatives Miss Lucille will go from there to Boulder Mont to teach MRS A S GODWIN who has boon visiting her parents Mr and Mr a Richard Bibb In the Turnersvlllo eec tlon returned to Nashville yesterday A JERUY ADAMS who attended the house party given by the Misses Car penter at Mlddlceboro passed through to his homo at Qustonvlllo Friday Do I reported a grand time A LITTLE girl baby No blesses the homo of Mr and Mrs W R Cu n dill Misses Maggie Sandldgo and K a tie fleck of McKlnnoy will arrive Monday and spend fall week at tho homo of W L Dowell Somerset Journal MR GEO WEATHERFORD of Hui h tonvlllo accompanied by Judge Jam F Baker wore In tbo city for a short time on their way homo from Saratoga where they bad been for two weeks Mr Wcatberford la one of the most popular hotel ceepers In Kentucky and li known for his hospitality through out the entire State Lexington Dom I ocrat lamllytoMiss ANNA Coot It with Miss Nora Shepherd at Somerset KOtoMil J R EDMI8TON of Crab Orch ur goodsMissLlLLlB is with her sister Mr Ed Wilkinson JUDGE VINCENT BORKIKO was on yctterday train bound for the Somer PiMRday to make a prospecting tour of the great well MontgomeryAla or Miss at Crab OrchardCthe position of oral teacher In a big EMRSMlio DillY Veatch of Louisville aro with Mrs W H Brady DELtA little daughter of Mr and Mr James T Jones II very and not expected to live through tho day MISS OlIIEUA THOMPSON who has been at Crab Orchard Spring for some tl S taundayMRS CHAHLKS WHEELBR of HUB tonvllle and Mr McCarty of Mt Sa lemf go to Cincinnati In a few dove to buy goods Miss LITA BELLE CASH will enter ti in Thursday evening In honor of her guests Misses Askew and Strader of Georgetown W Q EOHEIIT of Chicago after an absence af two year made hi mother Mr Kato Egbert of Crab Orchard happy by a 10 dove visit and returned to Chicago Friday j LOCALS READ the WO Lawrence sale ed verllied In this Issue Folt ItsJ00scre a of good land with Improvement at Rubble G A Swlnobroad Hubble Ky GPleasety goes on 11 S Baughman roturnbline of fill millinery Call and tee her TUB regular monthly meeting of th 0 W B M will be hold next Wed neiday afieraoon at tbo Christian ohurcb TUB barvestIs past the summer r subhnot r their paper yet Sba ne on them I HAVR received another oar load of Nebraska horses and will sell them uheap Come In and get one before they are all gone as they are going feat B U Beatley Mbr g sttoo of left toot by ono of them Tho lick was such a invere 000 that ltdroye tbo bone out of tho flesh t 6eptet11 Lincoln county Including county road turnpikes merchants etc payable o Ccooebr HOLMAN Virginia Grimes tbo yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas E Holmao died yesterday afternoon alter a short lllnes The little thing bad been sick came time and the ton d parents did everything possible to say e its life but the summons bad come and the little soul took lu flight to a better world The burial will take place In Buffalo Cemetery at 1030 this morulng Mr and Mrs Holman nave much sym pathy In their loss LAND SALEDr P W Logan has IIaneor In the West End at 105 The place con beert a county doctor will give possession Jan 1 He torwo a Lincoln county Mr Hanson is a fin gentleman and comes from a well representrIt a staunch democrat and will make this county a good citizen DANVILLE A E Gibbons sold Nelson May a half Interest In his waI paper and paint business The will now boUlbbona d May and will a strong ono Mr Gibbons whole one of the best known roan In tho Staio in his business will devote his ontlro tcntlon In the future to tbo ootel work of the firm Mr W Owen M Intyre and wife loft yesterday for mond where they will porrnaneat i reside Mr Molntyro will bo aiBoclnt od with Richard W Miller In tho llcatlon of the Kentucky Register oldest paper In Madison county Bur glum made a rich haul by entering the residences of Judge 0 R McDowell and Mr William Powell They seou r cd E9 In money from Judgo McDowell his gold watch and several valuable pa pore from a small grip They secured from Mr Powell residence avery Ono razor a puree with a small amount of money and some clothes Danville Ex hanger DONT fall to see the now dress goods and Persian trimmings at John P Jocia suTObefore the roads get bad J H Baugb man L Co BUY your meat of AEstee Ho will deliver Itat your house and ban dies none but the best 2t LADirRWo have the moat com lino of walitlng ever shown in at 15c to a II a yard John P Jones ALL prescription work Intrusted tome will have my personal attention N Craig Pharmacist successor to raig sit Hockcr MR fl C BAUOUMAN of the West nd has decided not to tell his term desires to rent It See him If you want a good place next year DONT Merediths sale near Maywood Tuesday next September 1st Read tho advertisement in this issue and see what ho will dispose of NOTICE Read No 00 In the real ei le column It Is the best paying bUll lo Stanford for tbo amount of cap- Ital Invested and can be bought at a bargain PKOF HENRY E IIOL TON of Murray Ky who has accepted the presidency of Stanford Female College tele graphed yesterday that he would come immediately THOSE Indebted Cryalg locker will please settle at once a dissolution of partnership makes It necessary to close our books W N Craig Phar maclst successor to Craig L Hocker NOTIcEAny one desiring to go In business would do well to consult The Central Real Estate Ex fochangesix stocks of merchandise In Lincoln Garrard and Pulaikl CARTER George Carter son ot Mr eorge Carter of tho McCormack died Saturday of consumption aged about 33 and was burled at Mc- Cormack Sunday afternoon Ho was a clever young man and had many friends who greatly regret his demise FRIBNDS of Mr D C Allen of the thee raoo for assessor Ho Is a true blue democrat a splendid citizen and a clover man and should be enter the race he will make It Interesting for the nth er gentlemen who will stead for the OIi10eJONIt6Casey county lost one of her very beet citizens Saturday when Mr M W Jones spirit returned to God who gave It He lived at Middle burg and man no In his section stood higher He la survived by a wife and live grown children The funeral waa preached at the Baptist church by Rev J O Ferrlll Sunday afternoon alter goodIman was HACKED WITH lATCHET Mur rill Hubbard and Mallnda Kendrlcv 0two Negro women of questionable character tall out at William Dogloa house In Mack vllle Friday evealD g tand the former drove a hatchet let the beck of tho latter The wound la some three inches long and very deep Solon Craig who pulled tbo hatch out lore he bad to exert considerable torso to remove It The Hubbard wo man was placed In jail while tho wounded one was taken to her home In Danville The wound la a dangerous and painful one HCSTONVILLB ap1ecourt day and Judge W R Wllltama has 45 case on the docket to try Dr J T Oobon has a quell which la making her borne In his garden which II Just hatchin ber second lot of little ones this season William Thompson and Mill Rosa wood woko Ron Mills up at mldDlg Saturday night and had him make them husband and wife The groom balls from Chicago and the bride from Moroland J J Allen has rented Al r S H Baugbmane Casey county ter for next year Marshal Lair arreated Charles Llnkenfelter charged with RoLlDFpoo money on person UNDER picture of Hon Ha vey Holm Lincoln countys candidate 51gDll mabo of Stanford and from the present ou look It would be useless to look ole SInd0n ahep paptof Coogreah0 a Is successful or not It will still bo found fighting for him There are soy oral reasons why wo favor Mr Helm far Congress and at the proper time we will so state thQm Wo say Hal in first last and all the time J C Bailey Is at tbo Somerset Is with his good string of horses W W Lyon la also there with two bread win ere MATRIMONIAL County Clerk Nichols of Boyle Is ed 22 marriage licenses last week waa a record breaker A Now York paper la authority for- eth statement that Miss Enid Yaodell who has won her way to the position ofI the foremost woman sculptor In Amer le questionWhatweal to bo sculptors Get married The work la too hard for women And yet a M ostIsculptors Lightning struck the court houso at Hazard Perry county and killed John J Baker standing In the door wayand stunned six other men in the building practicallyDavid Dalley a white man was shot and killed at Maysvllle by two drunken Negroes during a quarrel over an accl door Near MIddlesboro Dan King shot and fatally Injured Will Roberts FOR SALE I cowCalfStanford Ky FOR RENT For rent privately tny farm of 175 acred 34 mile from Huttonrllle 75 acr i on Morelandtwo tract join Farm li In high itato of cultivation well watered with good 1m prorcmentt H O BAUGI1MAN Huitonvllle Ky Osteopathy In Lancaster Ky This li the new science of healing dlicaso without the aid of drugs Osteopathy li domydlteasei success many of the socalled Incurable cares responding reidlly to the treatment If you are In 1nurwblloiOtaceatAasanDK BID ISnELL Sale of Personalty I As administratrix of W E Lawrence I will on THURSDAY SEPT 10 1003 At his late residence on the Stanford Lao caster Turnpike about five miles from Stan ford sell at public outcry the personalty of prlnclpallyofcalves hop sheep 2 yearling cattle 13 twoyearold cattle a of hay In the stack 10 acres of growing corn ewo hone wagon surrey buggy harness fete farm- Ing Implement TERtISSum of 110 and under cash In hand over that amount three months credit on notes with approved security aMits NANNIE A U Bourne Auctioneer SALE AND RENTAL premisety on THURSDAY SEPT SI 1003 personalproperty3 work bonus S driving horses 2 standard asMrnoIhay rake mower hemp machine Disc flow steel roller corn crusher corn shcl 0ler plow harness corn planter cultlra wagIwith pole shaft double nod single harness 2ethole drill I set blacksmith tools set cat iapenter tools piano and entire household furniture also 5 or 6 dozen thoroughbred write Plymouth Rock chickens Alia a lot of hcmpbrakes At the same time and place unless rented previously I will RENT FARM OF 216 ACRES Of as fertile land In Oarrard county In an containingsomethe State This farm Is flney fenced aud well Improved and has on It a No dwell outbulldggood fresh water MRS NANNIE W OWENS htT D English Auct HOME FOR SALE I I over for solo my property In Lancaster Ky The hence Is a twostory brick with ofmWill sell or trado for a small farm For further particulars write n F WALTER Lancaster Ky FOR SALE I For good reasons I will sell my farm of T5 acres all In grass except 8 acres lK miles cotrmatlon call on or address 31ATTIE H WYLIE KpetFARM FOR SALE tON SATURDAY SEPT 5th W3- At 3 oclock In Stanford Kg before the myfnrm IltuTpike ono mile from Stanford The dwell roomsOrtenant house cud other necessary outbuild lugs Ono half aero In nice bearing or nevbohouse and sulphur well within 100 yards of house About 30 acre of the farm In bluegrass IB ncros In clover and timothy 30 acres was In wheat and has splendid stead of timothy The remainder e ltlva tlon Tho farm Is not In the city limits Is within 1000 feet of the Water Ice A Elec trIo Light plant The location gives you the advantages of both town and country doIrtlculiiii call on or address J D Foster or W U KyDtn9Stanford Ky I Cummins a McClary I n i LITTLE EARLY It is to begin talkingabout Fall and Winter goods but I just want you to know that we are getting ready for you Some of 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 when you are ready to buy you will know where to go HJMRobertst li CUT PRICES On Wash Skirts Wash Waists Light Skirts Slippers Oxfords Mens and Womens Canvass Shoes Lawns c MidSummer NotionsS- uch as CombsFansFan Chains Lace Hose Gloves Chatelains Waist Sets Belts c New goods every week in this depart ment SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Pultr Darb Wire Grass and flush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS i J i THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of J WALL PAPER d Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose 4 q THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the post offlce at Stanford at eomlela tt matter sutuswoa sayusafr ar-Ar 1 PER YEAR CASH lWhen IIOt lopald 0200 will bechtrcfd IthfrKHQXVILLEDIV1SIOH 02tTralncolncNorthM l0lpm 020 MMM 230am jols South 12 17am 223IS M123 I m =7 FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one or more years J n OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmaryi- s open an the year for the treatment ot surgical and ehroulc diseases and for con- sultatlon Board and nursing shall be cash tn advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills Sue when services are rendered and must tv paid promp- tlyUMBRELLAS and made almost a 1 d asgoodanew oroaemahthanunttramp fix your Give zoo a repairers and for less money ATKllS Stanford trial llRAiK ice TraHI0rt DEALIRS IS Whisky Brandu Wines Beer ftGU KY DepotI STANFORD 1PrompUnJ p boos cr telegraph Nothlne or but ers the ttlj II iiDWCdrea insurance fluent 1JCasey Garran nod Lln coin counties Phone 21 I Stanford Kentucky I OMulioiiy insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronac of the property owners In Jncoln andcounties Casey who may be In surance against hire Lightning and Tornado None but atrou and best OldLine Com panics representedand the low rat K f sible rates are Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to j Charles E Powell Omce N W Our Men Hotel Building Sod Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best Tho Equitable strongest in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in tho Fidelity Casual ty Coof New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness MTSJ Laura S Webb VIre Pmltlrnt IVomnnn Demo cratic Clubs of XurlUtni Ohio dreaded the dunge of life which was fast approaching I noticed Wine of to try a bot tie I experienced tome relief the first month 10 kept on taking It for three months now menitruate with no pain and shall take It off and on now until have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear off Theffollotr woman to the change not wait but of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a sufferingwoman of Mrs Webb when she was in clanger When you come to the change of life Mrs Webbs letter will mean more to you than it docs now now avoid the suffering ale endured Druggists elliottles of Wine of Cardui INEOFCARDUI s zY r 1 PARKERS HAIR DALSAM Clara ant bmmnti the tall ITrowtti a lanilul ftuwtX N Yor Pasta tn Kentera rPo ateslpaelate4atr NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BUllED S lN Prcn JUNCTION CITY KY S VlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and lay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Ererrhlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Ja L1 Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers itaonnwasia FurnltureUatUngsRugS They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ YJCc A Y UNDEETAEBUE3IBALMER And Dealear In ffABNESS SADDLESY SO Stanford Ky DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Sidney Bladder Urinary Organs acheReartDteeasebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary lr Fen net 110 has spent a Mfo tlmo curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Klght months In bed heavy backache pain aud sorenesa across kidneys ninortcu matlrnt Other remedies failed Dr Fen nero Kldnoy and llackactio Cure cured we completely II WATERS Hamlet N Y Druggist II Ak for Cook IIoolc Free STVITUSDANC CURE Biiro Cure Circular Dr Fenncr IrcdonlaNY CBS LeXInGTOn DcmoAc Us the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It I especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor Ws Pt Walton Editor 5 Pror Loxlnton Ky 1 iIIUA ll YXZ asGa aI- N THE ESTIMATION OP OUR BEST IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ff AU DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONGT- IPATIONhyonsIaxative Syrup Is made of Cascara Sagrada and drugs are equally as beneficial in the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach bowel troubles arising from constipation andIVERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 and SJc Bottle Ask your DIUfltIFor Solo at Ponnya Druft SteroIA College Education In The Scienoo Of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Lexington la widely known as tho center of the Blue Grass region ot Ren tucks It should bo as well and ae widely known as the educational con tcr of Kentucky for It Is preemlnei In its Institutions of learning and Ita facilities for education The Agricultural and Mechanic College ot Kentucky or as it is bettor known throughout the Commonwealth the State College is the best endows of these Institutions and In the State College there was organized 12 year ago a department of mechanical en glneerlog the purpose of which was to give practical aa well as theoretics training In what Is broadly known ae mechanical engineering to give that training necessary to fli men to be op orators and designers of steam machln cry and manufacturing plants To mechanical engineering are allied chew cal and electrical engineering th province of tho former U to lostruc In the knowledge necessary for the opo erailoa of iron and eteel plants and the analysis of iron and steel and refractor substances and In electrical engineer log Is taught bo theory and dcilg and how to build and operate dynamo and motors The course of study In mechanical engineering at the State College ex tends over a period of four years and the theoretical work of this court consists In a thorough training In English Chemistry Mathematics Physics and Drawing The last two years of the course are largely devotee to applying the principles of machine design and the careful solution of practical problems thus familiarizing thi student through practical work with the duties that shall be his on leavloj college and entering upon the work which is today of supremo Importance In the Industrial affairs of the world and in which fame wealth and pool tlon are the reward of Industry and ap plication Out a few years ago the Polytechnic Institute of Troy New York and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology In Boston were the only Institutions In Ibis country where thorough technical education could be had and the ex penso attendant upon a technical train log in either of these Institutions was absolutely prohibitory to young Ken lucklans and to young men throughout the Southern States The Immense progress made In man- ufActuring In the United States has entailed the necessity of such a large lumber of skilled engineer that it has been and thus far is Impossible for all the schools of engineering In the coun ry to supply the demand for rnecbaol cal engineers With full knowledge of that fact the State College of Ken tucky projected the equipment of the experimental laboratory of tho mechanical engineering department and It la the best equipped laboratory In tbe South It Is almost Impossible to supply the lemand for skilled engineers who are graduates of schools of mechanical en gineering and since electricity has been harnessed to mans uses and new nodes of Its application In engineering ire befog constantly discovered those itudents whose attainments and profi slonoy are properly attested by the of leers of reputable polytechnic schools ecure positions before the close of the act term Not only have remunerative millions been secured for all tbo grad rates of the State College but as each tudent has very naturally shown rrester capacity In some special feature of the engineering course than la there the college authorities have soured for him on graduation a position In that line of work In which he excelled as a student and In which his ad jncement would naturally be matt rapid and certain There Is a world of leaning In the fact that every man wbo graduates from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the State ollege of Kentucky baa awaiting him a salaried position Tbo State College Is In constant communication with su erlntendents or oQicers of a great umber of manufacturing plants thro out the United States and there are not enough young men graduated In- tho engineering departments to Oil the demands made upon this Institution for dlled engineers The climate of Central Kentucky and the healthfulness of exlngton are proverbial end the social loifluences exerted upon students are malt elevating The engineer of today tho man who II capable of superintending some department of a great factory Is as claea not developed from tho brighter whlcbIbastaken from the educated class and it hI of nearly as great Importance for tb control ot men under him that should be a broad minded cultivate man as that ho should be well ground od In and have a proper undormndln of tbo various branches of mechanics engineering In this broad and careful Instruction tho Department of Mechanical Kngln coring of the State College Is pre 8mlI neat among like Institutions of tbo SouthTo the residents of Kentucky tbp School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering of the State College ofo fore a full four years course in the set oral branches of dynamic englneerln practically free of cot and It would be well for any young man coniemplal tog an engineering career to gout pond wltb the Slate College for loins raaiton relative to conditions of admit lion U R Hughe Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdian d TITLE CO Stanford Kr No 1RouuantletinStaafordareroomchlJ porth la the rear to cburebn u l schoolgood bur small u lTlc tWJ No eMouse 111dlot In Stanford nOUN toll tins the room treed iltbis lad S sera of Uoi well fenced Oct orpnttlMl but 110110ta In town room tooajh In front fir two other NLta or a 2 mJearebeaut ifulbesbeilt SYIIIbsoldcheeepath- owner must hu s money No4 Two itorj Iraaas dwelling 7 room hall and ttriodt ftrdea nnj and house III uod repair For ulorrsnt Trie rtuoaaW No Ihase and Ut In SUatort Tbievruou and Iront poreh coal garden and tattle Ooo be sold bp- N01Houadt In Stanford 534storIar- oom S Uood fard a moke and coal bean onlj 300 0 SFar of Watres J ulln brew Stan lord oa coast road U lets In MlttTatU ttiti lo pattare 1 good orchards and rat In timber Tw iiaalk cottagn Good tarn and outbuildings wrt watered lid lencing fairly Rood flare can ti bought atyour price u owner liars In IndJanspo Is and must bats nione- rNolIlwelllBiofilx rooms ball and porch- oeeceswy outbellding and IeNa Also large twc hen hors room 29x80 feel tawet room stppllsl with counter blu eta alerin dweUln and toreroomaloeblenandwelloaplaa Smell lot ckofatore One mile from Ilnlldlo 10 rood rpalrad dweHlac orlglnallf cat W iditor oT rfl ox sell both tor MM or rent or sell separately No 1S290 acre farm 4i mile of Crab Orchard Ity Brick dwelling groom two tenant houses wo burns well end arcing near dwelling Farm In sigh lIata ol calllratlon 160 acres ricer bottom land root fencing fruit etc Price fJ76O an sere No 1 acres ot linden Lancaster Street In Tab Orchard oppooUe prtn la ra no Im roreuienti u Irea stack bam abundance of tockwtUr rretUtstbultdlngslUlntown Wcs 3WO No It MX acres of land near Crab Orchard heap No 20 Twoitorr house 9 ream hillreranJa 12 acres splendid land adjolnlnrli SUnlorJ ropy fly In water and In clay tent door I euUtul home I rice J3000- No 21 Dwelling oft rooms with 20 acre land la Moreland lead barn and neceauryoutballd 2 wells la rd iplendld orchard 2 acre In alrawberrlea ImmedUU ponoeloo Trie 1900 No S0Ilbe beet In IpiilneM In Stanford tlr the amount of money ItmitrJ The present proprietor bai within one year tald sn use of f met bla running expense which mounts to more than tOO per annum lie and bll tamp barellTed out of the business sod tare- IOWcubInthebeakashie and alien llexixntea for the year Tlroonly reason the vaunt owner but far selling ibis bllllo lion sc ouot dOM oonSnenitnt being Injurious to bll- he lth Tblili a splendid chance for some one to lake money u the vans lioneied si a bargain rloe1500NoSiAfarm of IMacrta In Lincoln county rhino good dwelllngi good birni and other out nlldtngs each house barn etc about the center ot 100 sera All on county road 4 mile trout hutch school and and well rurrr j This Is a rood Wbaeofarm and would Iult two or tbr e fonillles than might want to com ruin thesauri neighborhood 1rlc reasonable No a5Iiouseandaveacres of land In JleKln fey K Ntrectary outbuildings Fencing good ad well watered Will sell this plea on easy lions as l M acres land within 1H ails of Stanford HOUM contain lire teem eranda etc newly painted large new bun corn rib granny etc All buildings and fencing In tpl Well watered This Is a most terirahU hem Price HMO No 41450 acre ne rJuBil 200 acre In mill anon rest In Umber HIs dwetllngs on place flue ftbees new twetoliiceo barns and lug stock am blackimltb shop itaUeetc Young orchard ItrDII ran thruugh Iau On county toad sod 800 rdifromp o school church and In Rood siglberhood Will sell or exchange at reasonable Nog Twoilory seven room frame dwelling randa etc One story storeroom 2tutO two lackiuilili dole tenant houw stable crib and are bout Entry building new and fencing lo neshsf All of the property Is lu Huitonrlllt K and we will sell It ai a whol or sell eaah plce separately Wen st each table sad cistern lioute For addiem th above named sec LaryNom of IIS agree In Casey count Two ors frame dwelling two good burns and other itbulldlngs In Uplendld tobirco Ind and tn rood community A bargain at No 57Faimof lHncr In Cater county A two Story e room tame dwelling and old welling Inlilt rendition Barns and other out lUdlogs On count road splendid tabicro land ell watered ls iprlug etc This Is a de able home Price tlbrl No SS Twodory seven room frame dwelling rindu At and seres of land In iarrard count Large tarn and all other nec1 arT outbuild log Church and school house right at door hero Is also s large store room on preinlsrs con 110101 I Dice larl dean hock of general rust ebndte This b tpladl1 budnaastand being locatedt crow pikes snd from 112000 to 113000 buIDA a year Alto three miles from this puce 00 aani pike a itock of general tuerrhandlse Hales Imount to about per month There are two IlsandacsderoOnphes lad all the buildings re In splendid Will sell the property ad- tlotl of goods separately will either or botb for fUllllolnd h a splendid nity tar any one wishing logo Into business KentuckyI r eel Physical Normal School Classical MixhanleAl naetnecrlntr Kleotrloal Rnginrl- og Olvll Engineering tlcb of which extends over tour yetra and lORds to a Uradukte studies are alto provided lending earl to a Mmtsri degree Each fours f study Is orpnlleol under n separate faculty The faculty nuvbers nearly tt jrofe ors and Instructor COUNTY AlfOINTElM recolro tuition room rent 1Itl rIM fuel and light and If they remain 10 months traveling oxprv t The labrixtorlee and ranneucM arc largo w lIeolullll8d cowprelioiwlve curl modern The Legislature epproprfeled COONS for a OollHce Howe for uung woman and IM dot for drill hall and gymn alum for mea Tlio latter Is completed and In use tile former will be rowdy foroccurmnr In October MlllUry taetlo and tlelenc are fully prvoMw for ai required by CoogreM Graduates from the several OUrtOa of study readily find exeelleut IItl4111Iremuneration The demand largely In oacww of the ability of the Oullege to supply hut year the matriculation lIt was litJSummer Schools are provided for Specialists with the necessary number of nsslstants hUD charge of each diariotent of of Kcnlueky though bearing hitherto the title of COUJXIB Is the l SelencEI lu the OomtBonweaUli doing In any proper soma University of the College louse for young worsen will provide It Is egII with modern convenience Including and room for physical culture It will be heated by steam and forktto tium of a thorough ooucatlon InOl uslee FuagesLiterature Sclenre Matheiantlcs Logic MetuptivslM II Is tor T Kcouotaj No other Institution In tho State otter advaotaires for the we men at all comparable to those offtrtd by State OnHege of Kentucky For catalogue method of obtalnlos appalntinonU Information regarding oourin of study and terms of admlMlon apply to Pit IL LL D Or to D 0 IlUKC lluiluws IJJlJtIlOTOf Fall term begin September isoj A LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors J D Iaxten J n Owsloy II Shanks W O Walker Gee v7 Garter Booeestora to The Farmers Hank S- Trait Oowpany and under same msnajeraent continuously for 38 years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relation will provo mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000j This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Rank In 1855 then reorganised as the National Dank of Stanford l IBM and again r organlied utho First National Bask of Stanford In 1192 having bad practically an tinlnter rupte5 existence for U years It II better supplied now with tact ltiee for tranuel promptly and well than ever before In Itt long honorable oar Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers SHANKS President OWBLBV Asst Officers 1IOCKEU loltOllnnTS Bk- prDirectors McIlnneyMIlaughraao NOTICE TT I have purchased the interest of J Warren Hooker in tho business of Craig Ilockcr A continuance of your patronage will be appre ciated an assurance of prompt ofllcicnt service is hero given Those indebted to firm will greatly favor me by settling thoir accounts WILL N CRAIG Successor to Craig Hoeker COLLEGE For Girls and Young Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKYF- ull and thorough instruction by aD able and experienced FacultY in all departments Including Music Arts Elocu lion and and Modern and modern buildings handsomely furnished Omnulum Swimming Pool Most beautiful and lees lion For catalogue address B C HAGERMAN President Lexington Ky Kae3Twoatwholcoab for seta For par titulars Neal Estate Kx thing Title Co No 87 Two story eight room frame dwelling In Stanford Ky Large garden and bun It one of the most de Crete house In town 1rit reasonable Mo A nice coUp sad lot on Lancaster street btanlord cistern etc Cost 1100Ito acres near HuitonTllI Dwelling of tight roonu hall Tetanda etc Use tenant bout stock barn large toKseco Urn and other outbuildings llifrn and good wU In the yard and water to every Geld on the plea Farm Ml seven fields and fintelass land No BOA Ura of IM acre hams dwelling tour rosin Rood stock bun sad all nseetury out buildings Fencing twi well watered cat In are crrs cuIlvatlen reel In blue run IXKI than half mite Ireut turoplke WotVr this plan for only NO ter aci No SI WAarresof Sand In Kockrattl for talc or washings list all necesury Improvements well watered Ac Will U sold at a bargain NoIIOarm of 160 elM situated near Kings TlUa Ky 60 acre In cultivation W in tunberirst In grsu well watered two good burn end other ou bullalnp repair Dwelling comparative ly new li within coo yards of three churches sad C lies on desirablefarmlor ft40u or la aI of tot less than 50 acres to sultpurchaaer Tbhbcerlalulycheap property No 53Krm of 7S acres near Wsvnrsburg Dwelling good barn etc Well watered and buildings In good repair Productive lime stone land In good neighborhood Closo to school and on good tOld Price No MA Sara of its acres In Csssy county Ky One and onebill slory dwelling wills six room good barn and other outbuildings Blxty acres In cultivation 4S acres In umber fruit tress etc LSI on county road dos to churches school etc Price only foul No 2SIIoue and ona acre land house coq talus seven vtrander cellar tic All nee Exits large barn all In newlyiatntelendterrad lot Iltntyol fruit on No 2860atrr land In Ford county Kas railroad and miles Arkansas driverDriver bottom Is IIntdUlland and in grass II Lot sale or exchange No IIA ferns of acres four milefrom RUn lord on ret i in the county well watered fane1agKOO dwtlllal front pika all necaery outbuildings A splendid bluegrass farm aod only 21 minutes from county rest Owner of hoe lain adjoining this her recently refused til per ura WeoSrrthis it13740 8 II J 3JtJ B W M GashluI 3 8 Prest JJ Obr W II WEAKEN F Reid Danville T Harris Stanford JB locker Stanford W P Walton Iexlngtoa It Stanford T P Stanford Jag Robinson Rubble 1U lUuthinan Stanford W P Tate Stanford and tho IKyA CAMPBELLHAGERMAN the c 0 d t 7 rooms d t00 well rooms S olandrpllrlrlceKyFraIna IiWbetand church lay well oa pike and In gaolern annuity lace 5450 No49larm of IU ttre near Il edhead ty IQIIraelolu i well wstered Will sell fort 200 or exchange for property In Unfoln county SoIUlrwKJrtngtotidingtnspmdidNo 54au arre ol unlraprarvil rand In J talionIron fjt properly In Lincoln countf tountaNorer and blaegraw l1IpL to arre no waste lead IDolbhOrchardlmproemenw boutbernandothrouttssitdlugr near church school dolor oottla an t store within 400 yards or house Ihlt place wi heeold cheap Manford I goalrepairqOasluugblatcommlalooersale be sold at bargain Close to school and rhurcti andetaramdeellmggrew well wateredand building In good tend lion 1rlce ttWO No Seven room dwelling good cellar and arrraland herer ftllloiwell and spring Fencing aod outbuildings In fair condition Cbea place lose to town Will tall a small family InUDtoinAlennthoueebnroomforoyer200 head ot stock and all other neceusry outbuildings sit inpose to cburrb school ttolflce railroad and In good neighborhood 400 acres In tunWealvales etc Wall watered with 14 never failing springs etc 1rlc reasonable