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Y t t r r- y t = J ot f j SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1903 8 A M NO 55 HERE AND THERE i Thrro hundred iikdealers of Pills burg and Allegheny havo formed n com bore A 20000 automobllp belonging to Da TlJ Bishop of lee Mass fA i destroyed by Gro 4 The docket for Iho September tuna of the Court of Appeals was closed It embraces about 450 cases At BprlngBeld isle Mri Anna nell thoMind killed her l8year old daughter and committed suicide Thomas Thorniberry after an ri capade at Owentboro witha girl drowned himself In the river Fire at Otventboro destroyed tbo entire plant of the Owcosboro Foundry ron pony entailing a loss of 125000 Big Joe Chimes said to have been the largnt man In the world welghlcit 734 pounds U dead at Cincinnati W G MoCoa a wellknown young man of Birmingham Ala was shot wad killed by a Negro near Trussvllo Aa Ilecauso his liono K 0on which lie hail bet 1100 failed to win A n town shot and killed hlm elf at Creiton Iowa yr r Mri Theodore Kruo was shot and killed at Denver Col by Mrs Kate Meaner who U believed to have been Jealous Rather than obey her mothers injunction to return home wit ward TIne Moorr of Atlanta Aa killed hem Ifat Knoxville T nn At Lexington Fire dril nyr the entire plant of the Bluegrass Store and Iron Company tualilog a lou uf 110000 Tho plant was uninsured Thirteen thousand cotton mill opera tires at Fall River Stare haTe been thrown into Idlcnea by the closing down for a week of 17 big mllli A diitrlct convention will meet at Mt Sterling September 21 to select a Oem ocratlo candidate for lUllroad Com mliiloncr In the Third district In an address at Chicago Mr John Temple Graves of Georgia declared that separations of tbo races la the only potilble solution of the negro problem Auditor Coulter sent to President Doruy of the State Fair Association a cheek for 116000 covering the States annul appropriation for the enterprise Tho Democratic State Central Com witted of Leulilsna has ordered prl mattes for the nomination of a State ticket The date will be selected by a subcommittee Control of the Monengahela Hirer Consolidated Coal and Coke Company has been acquired by the PltUburg Coal Company The oomblued capital is 131000000cThe President hu appointed Sherman P MoPncron to be United Stales At torney for tho Southern district of Ohio at Cincinnati succeeding William E Handy deceased Six persons were killed and 25 injure in a wreck on the Southern railway near Yorkrllle 8 C The train bearing 40 pawcogers crashed through a trestle to the ground 60 feet below During an amateur minstrel show at Bessemer Ala Edwin Ncly one of tbe i performer wu shot and killed by companion with a revolver he thought was loaded with blank cartridges Joe C Oraddy of Woodford last wed sold a yearling Hereford steer weight 035 pound to Mr W II Curtis of Eminence at lOo a pound the highest price ever paid for a star In Kentucky Preferring death to eerious chug against him by his nephew Andrew W j tontine a Long Island City manufac turer killed himself In jail after making a will leaving all his estate to the nephew CHURCH MATTERS Prof M O Winfrey and Mr S W Olrens were oleotod deacone at the Christian church Sunday Mlddlesbo ro Newi Of 42 State Governors 30 are church member as follows Methodlat eight Presbyterian seven Baptist its Epis copalians four Church members torn ono third of the populatlun and furnish twothirds of the Qorcrnors- Tbe sermons of Rev H O Rlsncr of Koaooko Ala are drawing great crowds each afternoon and evening at l the Baptist church and much Interest Is being manifested No Invitation has been extended ns yet to dinners Rev Rlsoer tblnklnfe beet not to do so until the meeting gets under Rood head 4way Hondrlx and tho Presldln Elders of the Kentucky Methodist Epis copal Conference In session at Cyn thlana have entirely redistricted th Conference wiping out the Loado- district and making sweeping changes In all the other districts The following towns compose the Danrlllo dis I trict Danville Perryvllle Mackvllle Salt River Moreland Wilmore Som erset Durnslde Burgle Plnevllle J M 111 ln Kn n CorbIn PIUs burgh Richmond Lancaster Bryants vllle Stanford Preacheravllle Pulas kl West Pulaskl Harrodsburg Thomas B Cooper a veteran of tb civil war Is dead at Lebanon ago 73 LIBERTY W n Wilkinson nude a business i IIIaadcoopers trade In Loulviilo James GIboney bad bl fair borso at tbe Somerset tale last week MrO P Bowman and Mss Eubanks are attending the Somerset fair G R Wilkinson was In Stanford Danville and Lexington last week Mr E Q Kldd Is putting In the foundation fur a barber shop between Exchange Uotel and Bank The democrats are wearing broad smiles In expectation of tbe visit of Gov Beckham and floe Ollie James next Tuesday the Stb James Co den left last week for Lout YtlJe to enter Bryant l Stratton preparlnllblruelr Jason Wesley of Mlddleburg was threshing republican brush In these dllrlllcrllalL week hunting Voters for blmielf In tbe primary for Oct 3 1003 Ilunry Wesley and Mlfs Mamie TII JudgeThfurdWesley being lU sad MU a Matnlo 17 A suoUl wu given last Thursday at the residence of Judge Belden In bon- or of bU graoilohlldren Willie and Mlis Jennie Belden of Jeffersonvlllo Tbere wore never better prospects earlyfruffGit Cowan we will hue corn to throw at the birds Miss LevonaRlgglns whole attend log school here spent last Saturday at NapierlefLtended business visit Mr Josh Stone returned to his hom In Washington D C Saturday after- eneral days recreation among his old friends bereMlsses Mamie and Berth Stone returned to their home at Moo tlcello last week after a months vlsi- to t their aunt Mrs George E Stone Henry Thomas was at Ounnvllle last Saturday to see old friends who are ylsltlng there from Missouri IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lightning killed two One mules for O D nail at Mlddlesboro- Mlddlesboro Is to have a now bank of 50000 capital with R C Ford at tbe hoed of iiccopper arc re ported to hue been found In Crltten den oounty T G Lewle a deaf mute of Leslie was killed by a freight train near Big Stone Gap J R Bennett a prominent citizen of Shelby county was knocked In tbe bead by a Nero lIe will recover killeddIlarrodsburgBarton ly wounded by an Owcnsboro police man while attempting to resist acres Tho board of trustees of Georgetown College elected Dr J J Taylor of oft10 thkKy has been postponed until Soplcm berSM Henry Edson who killed Mrs Put len and then committed suicide is al charged with having embezzled churn abas funds amounting to between 50000 and 100000 Barton Bryant a wellknown farm of Davless county was shot and fatal wounded at Owensboro by Policeman John Lyons who had a warrant for Bryant arrest Attorney Sam C Hardln and Henry O Clay have formed a partnership and will practice their profession In tbe counties of Clay Laurel and Harlan Mountain Kentuckian The Somerset Journal rave A voto Iciterhuman Iceburg li out begging votes of tbo common people II His p litical life Is to be made or marred by the class of people be has elWayeepurt cd and despised Ho gared words now will atone for It life time avareoo How vastly much ho has to learn Stomach Trouble etoagsays Beach 01 Clover Nook Farm Urecnfield lnducneJ b of them and trot a groat deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of theie Tablets You are co tale to be pleased with the result Irl 25c For sale by W N Craig Rey J D Htllycr of Macon Ga who declared lynch law a better expo sition of Gods law as enunciated by patedm m the North and West NEWS NOTESITom Hall a well and river write lavllle Marshal Gray shot and killed Lee Smith at Nicholsons mines near Mid dllesboro There were five wills offered for probate of Gen C M Clay at Richmond yesterday Sarah and Gladys Hagan daughters of a Kansas farmer were burned to death near Topeka Mrs Jack Bowling formerly of Mid lesboro committed suicide at Ensley Ala by hanging Chicago laundry owners have announced a big tales In prices on collars culTs and List work The Federal grand jury at Washing ton adjourned without returning sever al expected Indictment against postal ofllclals Jacob B Smith a former wellknown Chicago chef committed suicide by rowing himself from a fourth story window Two steamers leaving New York took to the Philippines 10465000 silver coins aggregating In currency value II075COO Congressman Timothy D Sullivan- of New York was elected Grand Worthy Starter of the Fraternal Order of Eagles An organization was formed In Nash vlllo for tho purpose of raising a fund of 10000 to reproduce the Hermitage at tbe worlds fair A New York woman and liar aunt from Chicago were robbed of diamond valued at 13000 while taking a boat ride at Alexandria hay N Y Mrs Mary Gano Bryan Cobb aged JeBryan died at her homo In New Lon don Ind She was a native of Ken tucky Oar Peabody of Colorado hoe ordered out 1000 members of the Stets Guard for duty In tbe Cripple Creek district where miners are causing trouble The annual report of Secretary Hes ter of the Now Orleans Cotton Ex charge put the cotton crop of 19023 at 10727630 bales an Incrcaae of 46 870 bales over last year T G Roach of New Mexico has de claredtbat ho has papers bearing on Corbel murder rblch would clear aleb Power and condemn W S Tay lor Powers disclaims all knowledge of the Roach story At a house In the suburbs of Frank lin Mrs Josephine Merston a widow shot and fatally wounded W A Dow eellwho she claims was one of a party of drunken men that bad attacked her residence A court of Inquiry exoner sled the woman remarkhe r tog and John Hall started around the world tbe other day and bound them elgbtt an bought three loge of whisky and then returned borne- Secretary Shaw has decided upon a Louthex penditure on account of the Worlds Fair Ho will deposit 12500000 In five banks In that city tbe banks to 15000000 of State and municipal bond security therefor Ignorant negroee In Mississippi are alarmed at a report current among members of their race to tbe effect that slsverywheyn Tbe report grow out of the fact tb Vardaman made the taco question the principal issue of his campaign for tbe democratic nomination DYE We are haying a cool and ripening season on farmers G W Davis got mashed up by a fall fag rock while loading hU wagon heur was on Tuesday We want to say that the W F Main you spoke of coming to Casey In your last tenor has not say family Bo may want ono Mr Samuel Lyons and wife of Junc lion City are visiting hero Mr V Wilson and wife have gone to Russell county on a visit Messrs Rico WIl- son Luther Lanbam Abb Hall and James Williams of this place took In the Somerset fair Dye Ky la a poslofflce midway be tween Yosemite and Liberty with no store nearer than these two places Tbe right kind of a man with a few hundred dollars Invested In a grocery would receive good Interest on his in appreciationce of For a lack take Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure Is certain For sale by W N Craig Scott Hudson got second money In steep race at Providence R I Saturday There were four In all MATRIMONIAL Barney Ernst 27 and Miss Burnetta Ballard 21 of the Highland section were married last weekvvMiss Lelia Pitman und W H Ever sole son of Judge H O Erersole of London were married at Jclllco Miss Bcfalo McAfee of Mercer county and Rev G W Mitchell are to be married in Shanghai China as soon as t tbaLcltyThoson of Mr Wm Dock of this county and Miss Gertrude Wood of Somerset was a surprise to his many friends In this county They were joined In wed locks holy bonds Saturday afternoon In Louisville at tbe residence of Rev C E Powell by that gentleman only a tax Intimate friends witnessing the ceremony Dr Beck recently moved from this county to Somerset to prac IIce dentistry and Is doing well there He Is a young man of exemplary habits and good business qualifications and will prove to his chosen helpmeet a fond and loving husband Miss Wood Is one of Somersets prettiest girls and that she will prove a companion fond and true to tbe man who has won ber there Is no reason to doubt Dr and Sirs Beck arrived here Sunday from Loulsvlllo and are now guests of bis parents at tbelr country borne The young couple has tbe beet wishes of a legion of tetrads and trusts for them all the Joys that married life affords Tbe Bristol Tone Dally Courier In speaking of the marriage of Rev B O Horton son of Mr and Sara J C Horton of this county says A beauti ful home wedding was solemnized at the residence of the brides parrots evenlDgSeptElizabeth Sullivan was united In mar dago with Rev B C Horton Only a few friends end near relatives were present Rev Dr James A Burrow of Nashville performing tbe ceremony The bride Is one ot Bristols pleasant and attractive young ladles who will lento behind a host of admiring friends and acquaintances She Is a young lady of high moral character and will be a congenial life mate for the divine she has accepted as her husband Mrs Horton Is known for her amiable dls position and other admirable traits which will strengthen Cupids cords through future life The groom has been pastor of Anderson Street church during the past conference year and is liked by tbe entire congregation He Is an able young minister and always pleases his audience by sermons of sound thought and Rood judgment The people of Anderson street are slow to glue him up and all will regret to eee him depart for his now Held of work in the Kentucky conference Tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL with other friends tree extend congratulations happlneultbouL LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J B Foster sold to Mark Hardlo a lot of butcher stuff at 116 Lutes fc Co sold to various parties at Moreland a lot of ewes at 3 to 3c FOR RALE12 extra good twoyear old cotton mules H C Baughman Hustonville Ky andacattle See us before you sell Lutes Co FOR SALETwo good milk cows giving an abundance of milk Lock- Box 101 Stanford Ky andatKy 4t About 600 bushels of No 1 seed wheat known as Farmers Favorite for sale Averaged 22 bushel this year W G Cowan Hustonville Waterboy beat The Picket Heno Hermls and Maj Dalngcrfleld In the 825000 Century Stakes at Sheep head Day Saturday Time 23135 Tbo Picket bandied by Carroll Reid of this county was second Messrs D S and C C Carpenter of Hustonylllc won nearly all tbe blue weekrcapturing two on tbe great Dignity Dare three on sucklings and two on yearlings Mr WW Lyon also cap lured ono of the roadster rings with his fast sorrel mare A Remarkable Record Chamberlains Cough Remedy hue a remarkable record It has been In ute for over 80 years during which time many million twitter 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 tho child becomes hoarse or even as soon as tho croupy cough appears it will pre vent tbo attack Ills pleasant to take many children like It It contains no opium or other harmful substance and asIto an Craig l T Next To Nothing We are not giving something for nothing but the next thing to it We are offering Mens Suits that formerly sold for 10 to 25 for the little price of 15 It has now reached the stage where the number is limited but the suits that remain are as good as any that have been sold Your size is still here in one kind or another so you are not too tale for a bargain iewsrT D jniLLEB Danville Ky THE GLOBE 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 this Out t And it will be to you on gy or Surrey ono on each Job sold JaR HASELDEN Lancaster 11 PURE VINEGARS impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars mistnkenidoaTheirVinegarsnot of every State in the but of every country in the world We sell and our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Yin egar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Comcjro HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to paintingis always worth more than itsjcost and tho best paints days go fllrrther and last longer than ever Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho to use In applying it you will that it more surface than other paints but you must wait five years to fully appreciate its QU LITY J Pennys Drug Store IKy e Attend the ReUnion see 1 Of old Soldiers near Kings on j Thursday Friday and Saturday Sept Lots of Orators Splendid Music Dutchman Eater c Go and take your Abundant refresh mcnts will be served on the grounds BC RUPLEY the Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Cut area wo- rth5OO Credit a Bug Only credit Ky Laws only Union place Good paint these before paint learn covers about villc 1012 7 Flying Snake family A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as 6uotOinHI 111 I to the people of Lincoln ou He Wlllpleaaeyouboehiatvarkandpttca 1THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic rrty GEO W DEBORD- It a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Jemomtlc party T JEFF HILL SR IIIa candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject the action of the democratic ratty tJESSE C LYNN tIIcandidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WIHERRIN t Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of IheI democratic party l SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for 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 party Democratic Ticket for Gortrnor J C W BECK11AU For Lieutenant Qorernor W P HORNE Auditor of State tFor W 1IAQER tForTreasurer BOSWORTII For Attornty General N B HAYS f For Secretary of State JT V McCHESNEY i For Superintendent of Public Instruction J 21 FUQUA For Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of appeals L MORGAN CL11NN QFor Railroad Commissioner n C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge Jr COMB BELL For Commonwealths Attorney gjCtiARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk rl J F HOLDAM For KcpreicnUtlve J M ALVERSON I following from the Lexington tTnE is good that wo use It for Instead of Gov BecUhams effort 1The mighty chorus of Hosannas that 1went up from thousands of throats In Winchester Saturday bespoke the un conquerable tIde of public opinion that bad settled In favor of the democracy of Kentucky and In the tempest of loy al enthusiasm Gov Beckham stood tbe leader of a grand and glorious party that has made Kentucky what It is and intends to make it even better in the r years to come From every town village and ham let within easy distance of the capital 1ofClarke county Kentucklane Irrespective of party affiliation poured In from every direction until it seemed al most Impossible that more could be re celved It was a banner day in the history of Kentucky democracy and It Was a day f upon which democratic principles were unfolded From the political depths la which TaylorUm had floundered public sentiment there came as from heaven above direct rays of light which shone upon the assemblage and pointed the way to a greater and grand couldppearl divan of political truths brought forth the essence of right and showed the fallacies of the enemy by unfolding tho principles that underlie the democracy of the State J Imbued by no selfish purpose but with a solo desire to serve the State j t Gov Beckbam that fearless and gal flant leader of the democratic hosts J the policy be bad Inaugurated as the chief executive of the State and the policy which he proposes to con t tlnue In tbe event of his sure and cer electionWith Intrepid courage which characterized the sons of imperial Rome when under the warlike Caesar they started upon tho mission to con quer the world Gov Beckham held up his enemies to the scornful ridicule ofI an intellectual Titan and expounded his owe Intentions toward the State with no uncertain tone and in language t that all may understand Facing the Issue of Belknap and Business he showed wherein the re publican nominee was as dangerous In the business of tho State as be has been In the administration of the busi ness affairs of his own firm and that if an indictment for fraud was Justified In one instance an Indictment for theI same offense may be reasonably exJ pected In the other As far as tbe buslI ness administration of tho State under the present regime was concerned Gov Beckham showed In plain and un equivocal language that he had during his brief reign relieved the State ofI treasuryI ness of over one million dollars con fronting him when he assumed office as a direct result of republican misrule in Kentucky His entire address bears the imprint of the manheleader and tho statesman There Is no Issue of public Interest that Is left untouched and this can be said of his opponent Morris B Belk nap On the Issue of pardons an Issue which has been created by his enemler be says In words that cannot bo misunderstood that he will not pardon a man convicted of assassination from ambush whether the accused belongs to one political party or tbe other Reviewing the troubles that have emanated from Breathitt county Gov Beckham deplores the conditions that have brought them about explains what the administration Is doing towards restoring peace and quietude in that district and assures the people that being assured of the guilt of tho convicted assassins of J B Marcum they need not expect a Ipardon at his handsHe points out that within three months of the time when J B Mar cum was assassinated in Jackson his accused murderers had been twice tried the first trial resulting in a hung jury so caused by a republican and the second time resulting In a conviction and life Imprisonment being accorded to bathContrasting the expeditious manner in which democrats haye dealt with these cases he emphasises the fact that although three years have passed since Goebel was assassinated but one of the convicted assassins Is now wearing the stripes That all may understand his attitude upon these Issues Gorernor Beckham declares that he will not par don Jett and White that he will not pardon any of tha convicted assassins of Governor Goebel and challenges the republican nominee to make answer unto the issues Hereby created Then the question very naturally follows Morris B Belknap the republican nominee for governor be as frank with the people act he has been and say whether it be his purpose or not to par don the convicted murderers of Gov ernor Goebel This question Is still awaiting an answer and the people demand that an answer be made Governor Beckhama address shows him to be jealous of the best Interests of the State that he has carefully guarded her welfare and proposes a continuance of the same policy that has brought about the present desirable conditions The address Is frank fearless and manly It is free from sophistry or misrepresentation Cheered as It was by a thousand multiplied thousands of throats it stands as a challenge to the opposition and defies contradiction It exposes republican fallacies and false hoods and expounds democratic princI- ples and doctrlnea In language that all may read and understand It is the trumpet sound of democratic victory and the death knell of republicanism in the State It refutes the slander of ire enemies and opens the door of honest criticism which republicans dare not face In a word It Is both a platform of promises and an earnest of performance Every line of it is worthy of careful and frequent perusal After the Governor bad concluded there were speeches bv Senators Mc Creary and Blackburn Col Harry Welsslnger and Congressmen Ollle James The crowd was estimated all the way from 6000 to 15000 TUB Chicago Chronicle whose dem ocracy Is decidedly off color Is labor- Ing hard to make people believe that Mr Cleveland Is the only man whom the democrats can elect Presldnnt Most democrats however havent enough confidence in the exPresident to tear their shirts for him over the present occupant of the White House It would be almost Mr Watterson would say entirely a case of swapping the devil for the witch TUB fair edition of the Somerset Journal waa a daisy It contained 20 pages of interesting matter profusely Illustrated with half tones of prominent business men with nice writeups of their business etc When Bro Campbell goes acattln be goes acattln He la to be congratulated on the edl tion and we are sure that the good people of Pulaakl will show their appreciation of his industry and patronize him liberally Tints Is what the Somerset Journal had to say about the icicle candidate for governor who visited that place during the Somerset fair last week Ono night of September 3 cover your young turnips Belknap Is coming to town followed by a frost THIS AND THAT Snow fell for two hours la Leadvllle ColJ M Coffey sold to N W Pipes a pair of mules for 8100 and to E P Woods a5 200pound hogs ut C15 Roy S Beazley passed through yes terday returning tram the mountain fairs He told us be made 27 shows d won 20 blue ties William Leathers a young farmer of Boyle county died of poisoning as the poisonkIn a fight at a camp meeting at Mt Victory Pulaskl county Wm Bolton constable killed two brothers named Richmond and was himself slain by Columbus Garrison ass OTTENHEIM Mrs Dortha Dlscb formerly of this place Is dead In Oklahoma W G James has returned from a visit to relatives at Junction City Jack Manuel barbed two very slclc children but both are much Improved now Rove Wm Sprinkles and Andrew Johnson are holding a protracted meet- Ing at Sugar Grove J T Adams has a novelty In tbe form of a small jennctt and a wagon of his own make which is of the latest styleAnother sister of the Catholic faith has arrived and la rooming at the hotel where they will teach a 10 months school in English German and fancy needle work A party told us the other day that he wanted Ottenhelm represented in the columns of tho I J once a week or we could expect a threshing and of course we prefer writing- H A Plcasants was a visitor in our community last Friday and requested us not to have his name put In tho pa per but ho Is such a nice clever man we cant keep from It County road working has been goingI on for the last two weeks and G A Pleasant who is an overseer has the name of doing more work at less ex pence than any man in this section- A J Pollard our clever barber Is building an addition to blshouse which improves Its looks greatly He worked until midnight Saturday in order to finish it much to the annoyance of hieI neighbors who say he made so much racket they couldnt sleep Joe Coleman bought 107 acres of land from tbo Lincoln Land Co for 1200 and 22 acres adjoining it from Chris Link for 1100 Joe Is a son of Skelton Cole man and for the last 20 years he has been residing in Cincinnati but will make his home in the future in this communityEd aged 23 fell In a vat of bolting water In Cincinnati and was badly scalded and Adam Petrey Jr while working in a saw mill in Vlncen nee Ind got his hand cut off Both men were former residents of this place Petrey has a wife and children living here POLITICAL Congressman Vincent foreleg le critically ill with pneumonia- C M Crow was nominated by the democrats of Owensboro for the Legis lature for the city district The appointment of George H Alexander of Louisville as revenue agent for the State at large Is announced by Auditor Gus G Coulter Judge Frank Daughertv of Nelson has withdrawn from the race for Con gress In the 4th district leaving Hon D H Smith a clear track The Kentucky Republican Club at Washington composed of Federal officeholders elected Mr Harry Glova notll of Danville president Charles B Sullivan of Woodford county has announced his candidacy for prison commissioner against the present Incumbent Hon Geo V Green of Hopklnsvllle Judge Clifton J Pratt of Madlson vllle was named as the republican nominee for circuit judge of that die trict at the convention held at Princeton and has accepted the nomination- A report by way of Winchester says that Judge D B Redwlne has withdrawn from the race for tbo democrats nomination for circuit judge Judge Riddle of Irvine will be nominated on SaturdayThe mocratlc Campaign Committee mailed yesterday Its handbook to ever section of the State The book seta forth the records of republican and democratic administrations It Is a forceful vindication of Gov Beckham LANCASTER In the county court Mrs Mao Carey was adjudged of unsound mind and sent to the asylum- E W Arnold died In this city Frl day afternoon of hemorrhage super induced by a three weeks illness of typhoid fever He was a son of W A Arnold and leaves a widow three sis ters and a brother Jesse H Arnold of Lexington He was about 30 years old Why should we smile Well Ill tell you whv Its just as cheap to smile as cry And then It breaks the discontent And straightens out tbe kink thats bent In every life One of the most successful revivals ever conducted in Metcalf county has just closed at Bethel church near Center with 102 conversions ing was conducted by tho RevTrack Porter iPUBLIC SALE I On the Ed McCart farm four miles West of Stanford on tbe Knob Lick pike I will toll on THURSDAY BEPT 31 1003 At public auction the following described property Four work mules 2 tuur year a Js1 eight yearold and nlne year old brood mare gentle enough for Family two milk cows steer calf four ton a and pig boats some large hops two term wagons six sets of harness pcrlor Disc drill Tiger Disc harrow double A steel harrow corn planter good as new mowing machine plows cultivators 2 buckboard carriage set ot new buggy harness and sot of old one all kinds of mall tool too numerous to mention acres of corn In shock stack of millet houiebold and kitchen furniture Sale begins Otto oclock promplatTEIUIS under cash over that amount bankable note Tortes of sale mutt be complied with before Is snored n L VANOY 0IlORND LFtDR Ir T 1 New Fall goods are arriving on every freight The seasons newest and prettiest styles Re member we save you money on every purchase r125 pieces now silk mercerizedox fords tho best thing for Full waists Fine lino of patterns at 15c n yard Now line of silk vc tinge for wnista Beautiful colors at 48o n yard 38inch nllwool venetian in all shades worth G5o n yard special price 48o n yard 10inch lustre in block and colors worth G5c special price 17c a yard 25 pieces yard wide percale the newest patterns special at 8o a yard Full line of linings near silk mar ccrizcd sateens spun glitss and silk sheen Prices 10 to 35c a yard See the special Josephine under EILEVY CO S LEVYMonapor t Notice To Hedge Fence Growers Land ownera maintaining hlde fence alongpublto highways are notified that It It unlawful to obstruct either the ditches or rigbt af wayS by leaving the brush on the road and Inl so remove wilt be pro eouted If same It not la a rollable time JAB I 1IAILKY Judge Lincoln County Court asS PRICE Surgeon DontiBt Stanford Ky Iofflciotir UtllobuU nnUdln- aTHOROUGHBREDS Drnc Store lathe Owilj FOR SALE lllnck Itarkihlro hogs Southdown sheep nigh Grade buck oneyearold- J STEELE CAUlENTEU Hustonvllle Ky R A JONES DENTISTStanford tidy 0fflc over Higgtns A McKInnejs StanITelephone 91 DR raW Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors House Flats d W Wallace S Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Shoots West Main Street Stanford Kentucky Nice Home For Sale Cottage of three rooms and porch In Moreland Good garden feed stable and large sell at low price with terms to suit purchaser Property belong to Rico k Turner llle but will be by me Clear title II 0 SIlILE Morelixnd Kv NOTICE I Notice Is hereby given to the owners and holders of Llnooln County S Per Clot Refunding bond of series Sept SI 1693W that the court will redeem said to rles of bonds at the Lincoln County National Hank of Stanford ICyon SI 1UM as provided In tho face of sold bauds JAMES P DAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court FOR RENT My farm containing 68 acres with rood thereon I otfor for rent privately 16 acres to go In corn 11 In wheel and remaining acres for grass land Will crop and stock on the place vately stock water and all- necessary outbuilding Including a good stock barn Farm must be rented In tho next 3 or week It miles from Tlostonvllle on Mlddlebiirg pike Pos session given at onto MUS M F JENKiNS Iluatonyllle FOR SALE I For good reasons I will sell my farm 76 acres In except acres X miles from Paint Lick Ky on pike Oood cottage and outbuildings For further information call on or yb1ATTIE PaInt Lick Ky skirt worth 8100 at 80c Wo also carry the Sarosta underskirt at 89c Ladies readymvlo skirts in eilk mcltans oxfords homo spuns ono liana nUll mohairs Prices from 160 816 See our lino of childrens ribbed hose double knee extra weight They are regular 15o goods lOc n pair Apron Ginghams good quality at 5c n nrd- Specinl lino ladies 8500 patent viol slices French heolnow plain opera too special price 319 We arc making very close prices on mens clothing You ran buy from I- us I 8 5 00 suit for 8 76 7 GO suit for 1 08 10 00 suit for 7 00 12 60 suit Jot 8 75 16 00 suit for 0 CO 18 00 suit fur 12 BO In mens hats we have tho largest stock You can buy regular 8 1 00 hat for r COc 1 25 lint fur 79o 1 CO hut ibr 80o 2 00 lint fur 1 00 2 50 hat for 1 26 3 00 hat for 1 75 Seeing believing Look at them All the new styles anti shapes T 4 M B Profs B t one warehouse dwelling kc 34 all to at Withers Furniture Cov Dealers in ripe Furniture OmpolsIRugs Wall Paper Window t c Manufacturers of Pi- cturoRANGESALE Frames We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go at 1425 The 26 kind will go at 2126- Tho 80 kind will go nt9176Th-e885 kind will go at8OVO The 840 kind will go nt347The 50 kind will RO atIIO You ImVo never had such an opportunity pre sented to you before BO now is your chance All stoves will be set up in your kitchen and guaranteed CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky r 1 Watches Of Quality For Ladies andtMen Watches that will be a credit to the wearer Plain or beautifully engraved cas es containing reliable works to make perfcctllmepicces- PIUCE RIGHT W H MUELLER Stanford Ky J IOMING We Want You All To Come and bo numbered among our regular customers You will certainly see that be sides a decided saving of money there are many other advantages to bo gained by 1ualltyJ W PRRIN tHe IIe IIIlln it Stanford IevI JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers Bettman The greatestv350 and 400 Shoes manufact ured for MEN W E PERKINS r l is Crab OrchardKy Y P 3JAl 4 J f1 T THE INTERIOR JOURNALl STANFORD Ky SEPT x 1003 ID fllllog your preicrlpllooB wo usoI proporIODInot do better If yon paid us doublo tbo 4 price which li always reasonable Pent j vs Drug Store PERSONALS D H JACKSON woes to Loulivllle Saturday Miss MARY VARNON returned to Lexington Sunday MISS ANNA D SIOONASIORE li with friends at Uub- blorED WILKINSON was In Lebanon on yesterday DIt I 8 HURDETTB of Brod was hero Saturday- R C ENOLEMAN JR attended the Barbourvlllo fair last week JOHN MENKKEE wont to Lexington Sunday to enter State College MRS ELIZA SLAIN It spending tbo week at Crab Orchard Springs MRS OEO W DcBoRD who has been quite tick It convalescent MRS Kimp KINO and Mitt MOLLIB Brooks are visiting In SomerctjMRS M D ELMOIIK went to Camp beljivllle Saturday to visit relatives i MR S E OWSLBY and son spent several days at Nlcholatvlllo last woekI MR MATT WOODSON of Stoncga 4 Va It with the family of Mr O J Crow WILLIAM GARNER of Lexington It with the bomefolks In the Cedar Creek I tetlooIMRS LIZZIE IIOOKBR and daughter Mrs Uagby went up to Livingston Saturday MR M T SMITH and little children CharleyII MANLY BOEY was taken suddenly t Jll again Friday but Is better at this writing Du W II COOK of Montlcello Is there under treatment of his brother Dr L B Cook A GOOD picture of Robert Moreland of Lexington appeared In the Courier Journal the other day MISS LYDIA LEWIS teacher In tbeI traded School at Danville Is with Mr J r Cash and family JULiAN BOLRNB has recovered tut tofcntly to go up to Crab Orchard Hnrlngs for a short stay M IBS as MARY HALL and Mollle pWkettof MMOO wanly are with Mr aMl Mrs W A Trtbbla MISS JIMMIE CANR who has been visiting Mrs Prank VllklDiou return ed to Lebanon yesterday Ik14 8 SlOONAMORB and tens vt qBed J L Spooaatnor at Somerset and In the fair last week HON8 M a SACFLBY AND It c WAHHBN attended the big democratic rally at Winchester Saturday ln1t M HUNT and wile of St RI- tut III were here Saturday en route to Paint Ltok to visit relatives Misses FANNIE AND DAISY VANDE t nnil wool to Loulivlllo Saturday 10 bay their fall and winter millinery J W THOMPSON was over from Klngtvlllo Sunday to meet his brother C Pf Thompson of Huntington W Va MR AND MRS J V ARNOLD took the train hero Friday for Mlddletboro after a pleasant vlclt to her parents In iarrard MRS J B HUFFMAN of Dane O T was here Saturday en route to Crab Orchard to visit the family of R II Bronaugh MRS THOMAS M LASLEY who ha- s4been with Mrs Annie Latley for some 1tne returned to her home at Livings ton Saturday JOHN A ALLEN of Stanford was visiting his sitter Mrs Foster who b- In a very precarious elate of health Somerset Journal Miss MARIE MAIIONY left yesterday to enter school at Georgetown Mrs Mabony accompanied her and will spend several days J VMRS W A TRIIIIILB and children who have been visiting her parents In Mason county returned Saturday after a delightful visit MR TOM NEWLANDof Stanford was In Danville with friends no wont on to Lexington to accept a portion as traveltajlulemaoNewlE the I ifton JOURNAL Stanford und one of allround newspaper men in was here Tuesday afternoon ft4 hours Jessamine Journal thanks NANCY KENNEDY who has been with her parents Mr and Mrs KnoxvilleIh ell o Ing that she Is quite sick MR ALFRED HiooiNS who was lint year drat assistant at the city school has this year been appointed a leach er at tho Central University Preparatory Mr Higgins Is an old Centre man and Is thoroughly qualified to Oil i Itys new position Advocate Miss JULIETTE CLYDE BURKE has gone to Pltttburg where she has aCt cepted a position as elocutionist In the Curry College Miss Burke IB one of Danvilles most popular young ladle and her host of friends hero with ho abundant success In her new work I pkpAdvocate r 1 c n 7 J A CllAfPELL hat been on thesick lltt fromOsaka TlePullkllaSpringfleld1e returnedfrom toRlcbmood fromLexlo5tooMiss ANNIE EVANS of Danville spent yesterday with Mrs Mark Dar din thedemocraticday dlulhterMluhere REV P J Ross attended the Methodist Conference at Cynthlana lat weekMIss CATHERINE BORTON of this pfllce Is spending the week with the beeninturned home JUDGE W E VARNON has been assigned to John Traylors dltilllery at torekeeper guagor downfromMrs Martha Severance overfrommother who Is very low DR C S UOLTON and W L Ar toCrabwlvelIREV AND MRS B C HORTON arrive today to visit his parents Mr1and Mrs J C Horton near ertrlllo M ISSES CLARA COLLIER Katie King ofCrabday to enter college at Loretto MAUDMCOUinEpleasant visit to Richmond and McKee where they have been visiting with their mother WRappeared In the fair edition of the Som crsot Journal with complimentary 00 formerlylivedHON ELI BROWN of Bardttown candidate for Speaker before tbo Dem ocrallo caucus of ibn next General At tembly Is here to tee lion J M AU vereon In the interest of his taco lie Is an able young lawyer and will make a creditable Speaker If elected JUDOS ANDREW F EVANS circuit Judge In one of the Kansas City die irlets ls here with oW friends A num bee of year ago Judge Evans studied Uw under Col T P Hill of thin oily manyfrleodhim LOCALS MUTUS bread always fresh at E L Relnbarts wanted Close to graded school Mrt John Wallace To FARMERS sour coalboueo before the roads get bad J U Baugh man sir Co FOR RENT300 Ofgood laud with Improvements at Bubble G A Swlnebroad Hubble Ky SOLD OUT Morris Fred has sold his clothing store to B Maloftky of Cincinnati Tits farm of Mrt Boiilo R McKln nay did not sell Saturday It was tak en down at ICO per aero TAXES Your t erenow duo Pluto call and settle before the penal ty goes on M S Baughman MRS CLEO BROWN hss Just return ed from Cincinnati with a beautiful line of fall millinery Call and see her AGENT J S RICE tells u that ho sold 20 tickets to Cincinnati Sunday account of the cheap rate f160 for the round trip THE L Nwill Bollroundtrip ticket to the Kentucky State Fair at Owensboro at 1070 from Sept 10 good till tbo 20- WANTED A cottage with four or five rooms with stable attached in Stanford Address W B Good Junc Lion City Ky THERE camo to my stray hog weight about 105 pounds Owner can get same by paying for this notice and Us keep J B Martin Stanford You can buy tho old reliable brand- of Outings and Flannelette of us at the old prices no advance Come to us and you gut the best always John P Jones osf Waynciburg wise lied an attack of ap pcndlcllts Is improving Burton Spires who was struck on the head with a base ball bat some time ago convalescent TilE crowd which heard Gov Deck ham speak at Harrodsburg yesterday was estimated at 3000 to 4000 and It was an occasion long to bo remember ed Hon D L Moore did the honor- of the day and Congressman Olil James also spoke T C WILLIS sold to H D Campbell of Crab Orchard yesterday afternoon Ibis restaurant and stock of fancy gro Tbo dual was made the Len Exchangerd Title Co which hoe made a numbs oftalet since It began business a 9 r 5 r QUARTERLY COURT commenced yes tcrday with Judge J P Bailey pre siding Tbero are only a few cases on the docket DONT target that Senator McCreary and Hon N Jl Hays will speak at tho courthouse next Monday Sept kith Hear them SALESMEN WANTED To look after our Interest In Lincoln and adjoining counties Salary or commission Lin coln Oil Co Cleveland O FOUND Coroner Wm Skldmoro found the lost bared avertlsed In this paper by Mr Gco W Carter overI In the Buckeye section of Garrard aadI returned him to his owner THOSE Indebted Craig Hocker will please settle at once a dissolution of partnership makes It necessary to close our books W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig d Backer A LIST of guests Crab Orchard Springs publlthcd In Sundays Courl cr Journal shows that there Is yet a hundred or more present at tbo most delightful Summer retort in the South MESSRS WALTER WARREN and John Atkins did a good Job In raising the bridge which crosses Dix River scar Prcacbcrsvllle and the steno ma sons now are working on It and It will soon be In good order a I WILL sell at auction on court day Sept H lo the court house yard at 10 several plows barrow plow gear buggy harness garden tools car pester tools wheelbarrow etc AI most everything almost new B J Pinkerton WILL BUILD AOAAINMr N L Curry president of the Curry Grocery Co Junction City says the company will rebuild again but Is undecided as to where they will locate their office and warehouse Why not come to Stac ford Mr Curr- yExcuastoNTThereIl be a colored excursion run from Richmond next Sunday Sept 13 The taro from Stan ford will bell 76 for the round trip train leaving here at 730 A M arriv log at Louisville at 11 A M returning leaves Louisville at 7 IM- Tilt Graded School will open next Monday Sept 14 and a large enroll meat of pupils Is expected The build leg has been completed and It now rea dy for the opening and It U a credit to the town and an honor lo the board of education who have worked so faithfully to make It what it Is CARROLL BAILBY got two blues and seven reds at the Somerset fair last week He got one blue on his handsome team and captured first money In the roadster ring with his fleet footed blaok AU the reds were on harness rings and called for good money You cant keep a good man down REMBMUER noblest Roman of them all Senator Jams B McCrea ry and lion N B Hays demo ratf o nominee for Attorney General will speak at the courthouse next Monday Sept 14 court day at 130 l M Go and bear these able exponents of dem ocracy and It will do you ROod RUSSELL Mftt Jennie Russell a daughter of Mr M S Russell of Mil ledgevllle died Saturday of typhoid fever and was burled Sunday at Hue lonvllle Services were conducted at the grave by Rev G W Mills She was about 18 years of age and a Chris tian young lAdy In every sense of the term Mn A TRIUULE the clever mine host of the Tribble House at Junction City has bought the John B Nichols residence In Danvlllo for 17500 Ho- has presented It to his daughters Mrs Ira G Taylor and Miss Annie Tribble and be and his wlfo will make their home with them Mr Tribble will dispose of his valuable hotel property at Junction City A SPLENDID picture of Mr W Logan Wood appeared In Fridays Dan vlllo News with a nlco settee of his candidacy for chief of police of that city No better democrat or braver of ficer could bo found than this gentle man and his Lincoln county friends will watch the race with Interest Mr Wood is a son of our excellent towns man Mr T E Wood leeeturo at tho Baptist church Sunday af ternoon at 330 oclock by Rev H C RIsner for men only was very well attended the church being nearly full Tbo lecture was full of good food and ought to bo heeded Rev ItUner Is an Interesting and eloquent preacher and his sermons at the Baptist church on afternoons and evenings aro doing much good Bio SALEMr H P Hawkins bought of Mr Thomas Metcalf his farm of 453 acres situated on tine Dan Hawkinsaon some time ago and his latest pur chase makes him ono of the largest land owners in Lincoln county owning about 700 acres Mr and Mrs Met calf will move to Chicago we under stand The people of Lincoln county will give them up with reluctance but wish them well In their new home irrrf READ the ad of John W Crutch field TilE banks y observed labor day for Sunday but Postmaster Flor ence and tbo other business men were at It from early till late TUB L fc N will sell round trlptlck eta to Ibe South and South west at great ly reduced rates from Sept 15 to Oct 20 See Agent J S Rico about them NOTICE Is hereby enthat Sept 26 Is the last day for filing claims against Lincoln county Including county roads turnpikes merchants etc payable out of the levy of 1003 Geo B Coooer clerk Lincoln County CourtI TilE trustees have arranged with Professor Henry E Halton former ly principal of Murray Ky Male and Female Institute to take the presideD cy of Stanford Female College The next session will begin on Wednesday Sept Oih TilE friends of Mr ndDire James r Jones deeply sympathize with them In the loss of their two monthsold daughter Della which died Saturday afternoon The burial occurred at Mo Kinney Sunday afternoon It was a pretty bright child and the Idol of Us oDd paresis THE reunion near Ktngsvlllo next Thursday Friday and Saturday prom Ues to be an enjoyable occasion and one that will draw like a sticking plea ter There will bo a number of speak ers present a fine band will discourse sweet music a merry goaround has beea put up and last but not least a snakeeater will run his Joint wide open It will bo a big time with the old soldiers who will attend each day and thy from early until late TilE entertainment given by MltsLl ta Belle Cash at her country home near Turnersvllle In honor of her guests Misses Louise and Anne Askew of Georgetown and Philadelphia Strader of Beverly W Ya was a brilliant so cial function About 50 young people enjoyed Mitt Caths hospitality and showered compliments upon her when the reluctant goodbyes were said Dainty refreshments were served and the sweet music of an orchestra added to the pleasure of the evening NEGRO BOY ACCIDENTALLY KILLED While preparing to go hunting Friday evening Thomas Pottut colored of Crab Orchard was accidentally killed by tbe little son of Smith Welch of color They were at the residence of Mr DO Payne near the Springs and while the Pcttus boy was g0irig out of tbe kitchen Welch who was handling tbo sbot gun and who didnt know It was loaded let It go off Tbo sbot struck Pettus In the forehead blowing his head off and scattering his brains against the house The boys are about 12 or 14 years ol- dWANTED I A good hustllag young man to sell and collect for ut In Casey county A liberal contract will be made with the right man Addroti TOE SINGER MTO Danville Ky PUBLIC SALE I will tell at public auction at my place on Ilawktnt Branch 2K talks from ford on SATURDAY EIT281003- At 10 oclock AM tbe following personal property towlt Two cow ana calves cumbined year old mare hog 1boatl tow and plga acre of corn In field stack of millet hay I spring wagonl buggy twohorie cultivator one hone cultiva tor turning and harrow 25 bushel of hill onion household rod kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale J W ORUTCUFIELD Stanford Ky Sale of Personalty I As administratrix of W F Lawrence I will on THURSDAY SEPT 10 1003 At his late residence on the Stanford kLan caster Turnpike about Ove miles from Stan ford tell at public outcry the personalty which he died possessed consisting princi pally of a lot of horses and mules cows and calves hogs sheep 2 yearling cattle 13 twoyearold cattle a lot of bay In the stack 30 acres of growing corn twohorse wagon surrey buggy harness etc farm log Implements TERMS Sum of 110 and under cash In hand over that amount three months credit on notes with approved security MItS NANNIEJ LAWRENCE Administratrix A M Bourne Auctioneer SALE AND RENTAL I will te1 at public auction on the prom sea at lamp Dick Robinson Onward coun ty on THURSDAY SEPT 91 1003 At 10 oclock At tho following personal property One 7yearold mare mules ones 2 driving horsoa 2 standard bred yearlings 2 milk cows 6 sown with 36 fine English Berkshire boar corn shroddor large Lightning nay Dater new cutting barrow JlcOormlck binder hay rake mower hemp machine Disc Plow steel roller corn crusher corn shel lor ptowH hotness corn planter cultiva tors seta wagon harness 2 two bor wag barDlISj11Ju11Y punter tools piano and entire household kitchen furniture also 5 or 6 dozen thoroughbred white Plymouth Rock chickens a lot of hempbrakes At the same time and place unless rented previously I willRENT FARM OF 216 ACRES Of as fertile lead In Oarrard county In an elegant state of cultivation and some of tho best hemp and containingI This farm Is 01l01 dllellIlagings Srst a good fresh water MRS NANNIE W OWENS T D English Auct Watch Our Windows For the Fall Styles You will miss the best things if you fail to see our stock of Fall Suits Overcoats Shoes c We have bought more goods than ever this time and it is our aim to sellmore The kind we have bought is the kind you will want Come in and look over our stook It will pay you Cummins s McClary IjEE TY11 E Fall and Winter Goods Lines complete Come and see them while they are fresh Terms Cash- H1J MRoberts ZEIGLERS SHOES Possess more good qualities than other shoes at the same price They Look Well They Wear Well They Feel Well They Retain Their Shape New Styles New Lasts New Toes New Leathers just in at 200 250 300 Come and see the Fall 1903 styles SEVERANCE SON p p OIL STOVESRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Paultrv vetting and Barb Wire Grass and flush lades LOW CASK PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS I THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose p t THEINTER10RJOURNAL Sniered n the poti offlce at Stanford at land clan matt- erpsblSsSadTu0s9r saaSS x daVtI 1 PER EarCASH Wbn not lopaldeaOO wilt behari4 III ol I KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 24 TrstngoingNone IMlm o26a a 2SOm ott Soatb12nmJfo23 n 1235pm FORRENT My store ronm recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one or more years b J D OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary le open all tho year for tho treatment of nrglcal and chronic diseases and for con lultatton Board and nursing shall be cash + In advance weekly and monthly Profess Tonal bills Jno when services are rendered and must l paid promptly UMBRELLASLRo covered and almost se good a new for a small amount I can I9xyour umbrella better than the tramp and for less money OIvo me a trial FHASK ATKIKS Stanford i 1 ice SfTraylor DIALIR8 fI Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer GInars life t Carpenter Oloseto DepotSTANFORD KYI Prompt anl pouts attention Nothing but to drink Mall phon cr telegraph orders recelvel 1romptattention l 1 D Wearen Insurance Agent t InsuranceJFire and Tornado Represents The Home of New f York the largest in the world Assets 818 7163512 Surplus IS regards pol cy holders 1943601869 Farm property in Casey Garrard and Lln J t coin counties Phone 21 Ii Stanford Kentucky u i ROB Maliony Insurance fltjent xSolicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties of incoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against fire Lightning and Tornado None but tho tron et and best OldLlne Com panics represented and the low rat pofsibie rates are guaranteed Phone 82 t 1Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to I Charles L Powell Office N W Cor Myers Hotel Building if2ndFloor Stanford itInnygood companies but only one best Tho Equitablestrongest- in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Mrs Laura S Webb YlrePr4ttlrat Womans Demo cratic Club of XortUcm Ohio dreaded the change of life which was fait approaching noticed Wine of Cardul and to try a bot tie experienced tome relief the first month so kept on taking It for three months and now menstruate with no pain and shall take it off and on now until have patted the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear oil Theyfollow woman tothechange not wait but Wine of Canlui now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any ago relieved Mrs Webb when she was in danger When come totho change of life Mrs Webbs if mean more to you than it docs now But now avoid the- lufferlngslloJ endured Druggists se11el of Wine INEOFCARDUi J a r PA Kt t HAIR BALSAM Clciwt sad txuUfe tt4 halt a laturtint reefer ran to Restore Hair to Its Color Curt 1IIIoi1 Klp uuihuU1da Uins NEW LIVERY STABLE 8WBTOSBS3NPrcn JUNCTION CITY KV Firstclass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Drain and nay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hing first class Porters meet all trains 89 J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED StflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal JulL Beazley CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DXiLJJJ Ix nrnitttreDlattingsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ 1cG Y UNDERTAKES E3ICALMER And DealearIn SASNESS SADDLEBY 8eO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder aclleReartDleeaeebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you lnecessary write lr Fen net Uo has stout a life time curing Just such cases 03 yours All consultations Klgnt months In bed heavy backache pain and Borcness across kidneys also thcu maUrm Other remedies failed Dr Fen nerKidney and Ilackacho Curo cured mo completely WATEltS hamlet N Y Druggists 50c II Ak for Cook HookFree STVITUSDAHCE CURE Sure Caro Circular Dr Kenner 1rcdonlaNY tIf5 LGXIDGTOn D8ffiOQRAtI Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass rcgiont Subscription Price 5 a Years It fa especially devoted to the Interest ofIthe Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or fa vorI Ws P Walton EditorS Prorj Lexington Ky asc 5 r IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR DEST PHYSICIANS 18 THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION lLfonsZaxafive Syrup It made ot Cascara SigudU and other drugs that are equally u beneficial la the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach bowel troubles arising from constipation andIVERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 and 50c Bottles Ask your Druggist For Solo nt Ponnys DruA Storo AN ADDRESS TO THE VOTERS OF KENTUCKY Issued By State Committee On Constitutional Amendment Gentlemen At a Commercial Con vention of the State of Kentucky hold In the city of Louisville on the 2nd 3rd and 4ib days of June 1003 a committee was appointed for the purpose of bring log the amendment to the constitution of the State which It to bo voted upon at the November election this year to tho attention of voters of all parties In tbe State and obtain for It the necessary number of votes to secure Its adop tionThe amendment Is purely a non par tlean measure vitally affecting the In terests of all citizens of the State no matter what their party affiliations or occupations may be or where their places of residence are situated Tbe beneficial effects which will fol low the adoption of the amendment arc so vast that they can hardly be eetimat ed The evil that will result If by chance tho amendment should taU o adoption will bo disastrous In tho cz tremo to the best Interests of the State Tbe adoption of tbe amendment will not change In the least the present eve tem of taxation In Kentucky for State and county purposes as It applies only to taxes levied by cities and towns for their own local purposes The manufacturers merchants and financial Institutions la the cities and towns of our State aro now tremen dously handicapped In competing with those In other States by the provision of our State constitution which re quires tbe same ad valorem taxes to be levied on all personal property by cities and towns for their local put poses as Is levied by them on real es tate within their boundaries This provision does not exist In oth er states In which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and fi nancial Institutions Bro located so that our people In these lines of business are at a great disadvantage in compe ting with tbose of other states and tbe result Is that our existing Industries do not grow as they should new Indus tries are not established In our state In as largo number and importance as la other states which do not possess any thing like our natural advantages but In which taxation is not nearly so burdensome and onerous as In Kentucky The provision of our constitution which the amendment after lea adoption will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher Interest rates when we borrow money than we would have to pay If money used in banking and financial operations was not taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants of Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking tbe adoption of this amend ment of the constitution will not bene ficially affect you If you want existing factories In our towns and cities to grow so ae to give productsimore your you want lower interest rates when you borrow money if you want to lessen your state and county taxes in a word If you want as much prosperity throughout the length and breaqth of our grand old commonwealth as pre vane In other states then vote for the amendment and get your neighbors to vote for It Every existing factory enlarged and every now factory brought Into Ken tucky through this amendment to our constitution means lower state and county taxes for all the property thus brought In will go to well the nieces meats for state and county purposes which will enable the rate to be re ducedLet tbe amendment be adopted by n overwhelming vote in its favor The Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel satisfied if 10 can hobble around on crutches two or three weeks after spraining his tinkle and It is usually two or three months before he has fully recovered This is an un necessary loss of time for in many cases In which Chamberlains Pain Balm lias ieen promptly and freely applied a com ileto cure has been effected in less than one weeks time and in some cases with n three days For solo by W N Craig Two hundred and fifty glue makers employed by Armour do Co at Chlca ItOIbave struck for more money FOR SALE I A good mare and colts alto oust cow Calf just weaned J II DIUOUT- Stanford Ky HOME FOR SALE I I offer for sale my property In Lancaster Ky The house II a twostory brick with frame ell eight room with two acre of land and le one of the belt bonut In town Will sell or trade for a small farm For further particulars write II F WALTER Lancaster ICy Osteopathy In Lancaster Ky This Is the new science of healing dieeaseIi without the aid of drug founded upon the established fact of Anat omy and Physiology It treat all curabl disease with success many o t the eo called Incurablo cases rvspondln g readily to the treatment If you aro In search of health It is certainly worth you r while to Investigate this new method Ex aralnatloa and consultation without charge onice at Mason Hotel DR SID ISDELL U R Hughes Secretary d Treasurer Central Kontucky fRealEstateExchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1lion sad lot to unfordaTroomial porch In tb rear good garden rood nclihborbood dON to cbureb aid Knuot uood lot small tarn tip rice ils0 No SUOUII mil lot ID Stanford HOUM ran aim Of room seed stab sat S am of tin l vll fenced oOorrnlllett building lots to town room enough other Quests or a storr hoot could be built to the ootttge and t mid a beautiful bom VlllUtoM cheap aitb e ownarmiut have money Nol Two story tram vtlllac 7 rooms sad Ttranda Oood garden luting and house good repair For oal or rant rice rMuonable No SlIoIlN and lot In Stanford Three room t sod trout forth loud garden and stabl 0001 repair nldcha n 7 UOUN and lot la Stanford li etoda rooms Uood garden emote and coal houstsi oolj Farm of 80ecn 3S milts tram Hlan lord on county road 24 acre 111110 sev In pasture 2 good orchards end mi tn limber Twe swill cottage toed barb and outbuilding well watered and booing fairly good Ilaro ran W loellapaIINo IJ Dwellteetlx roomlba1 and porch necmtary oulbutldlBgt tarn tw story lore room 2aae Mt lewer room pplled with eounttr shitiaete Water la dweMlsg 11I4 storeroom alas ebteta and well on place Snail let beck ohtore Dee mlli from HUuferd lUIUIo In goal repair IDd dweillRg orlglotll eat antstoroorefUaeO Will Mil both far 1460 01 wtll rent or sell KraII1V- No 1SMO acre firm 4j sill of Cub Orchard Ey Urtrk dwelllni arouses two tenant hewer two barns ellnd spring near dwelling Fsrtn la high state of cultlrstten 1W sea ricer Uniom land good fencing trait eta tries WM an acre No Illb0acreol land on Laneuter street ta Crab OnturdoppMlt Springs Ja gnu no Im proteasents except largn stock bra alwndaDr at toekwsur lriUestlHilUlng site la town lrlc WwiO No tjareof land near Crab Orchard cheap No M Two story home room hiflTennda 12 acre splendid land adjolnlntln tfUnlonl lnp erty In good repair water and lUht In houw cis tern at door Beautiful horns Irlce JIOOO No 24 Dwelling of nxmis with 20 sue land la JIareland load barn sod nemnary out build iDgt 2 wells In tptradld orchard ad 2 sure In strawberries Immediate pmimton Price ftu0 N Is the beat paying butlneu In Stanford for the amount of money Inverted Tbq present proprietor has within one year pelt in Indebted ne ol K90 met hit running tipcnK which amauat to mote than per annum II and bis family livdoutofthbuelnru and bare Sl m cash In the bank at hliprant orer and don all saran for loo jeer Th reason the present owner be for II Ollhls buuneu lion ucount HOM eanlBeiuent being to uAeua ts her bciltb This U a splendid charm for came one to berplD1rNo 61Elghl acres of tail led twostory Irian house In PrMchssvillc Ky Ilea all necessary set bunjlflgs Is well watered All tmlUlflirs and enc log In eoo4 repair and Is a deslnY tome Irk U l46sTen and onehalf attn of land nits twe story seven room fume dwelling Stet room lit jo iU room to by Good wan room next to star tS by 1a Dam aaJ Mackmlth shop tS by three sUe suits I house n by cs voting booth for this section Tenement house by two room WeUhouv toby u also a open well Large tuck of general nercnanjls of this property Is In Ansel fuhskl county Ky anJ can be bought at a bargain countyThreebuilding each house barn etc atout the cents of are All on county rout Jj mule from church school and and well watered This Is a good tobaccoTana and would suit two or three fitullles that might want to com e horn the same neighborhood 1rlce reasonable No BJIICItU and Or acre of land In McKln ney XT Nereaury outbuildings Fencing good and well watered Will sell this place on easy t4lluiesndM acres ol land within mile of Stanford tlcuw contain Ore roouu veranda etc nawly painted large new him guru erll gransry ele All building and feuelog In s4endkl repair Well watered Tbli Is a most ueslrabUhMii Price 1M9 Nell L10arNaarJurnto00acrPe In eulil ration reel In limber Mi dwellings on puce lIIe of them sew two lohmo barna and large sUrfk barn blacksmith etc Ywug orchard tiIrnm sun theugb rile On county roil amt 30ardshom p o srfaoil church and In good neighborhood Will tell or exebtuge at reasonable Ogura NoM Twotlory Mrrn room frame dIUng TMimli etc tuae story storeroom two Mttkirulili tbopt tenant boom stable crib and ware horse Ktery building new and froclug In floe shape All of the property U In llu tou llle Ky rash plaee sselparatelyNWellateachetableoendsell at or Me retry No M Karta ol acres In Casey county Two story frame dwelling two good bum and other outbuildings In gad repair tobacco laud and In good community A bargain at WW No 87 FmoflISaeree In Casey coun A uew two story 8 rosin frame dwelling and old dwelling In fair condition Barn and other out building On county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two well tprlog etc Tbl is a de tlrable borne Price tl60 No M Twottory seven room frame dwelling veranda de and 5 sort of land In larrard Olin ty Large barn and all other nee fary outbulld lOll Church and school house right at door There It alto a large ilore room on premise IOn taining a nice large dean stock of general slier belae10lJI1boilnfu a year Alto three mile from this place MIDI pike a stock of general merchandise Bale amount to about per month There are two wellttndaculernonpltce and all tho buildings are In tplendld rpIr tell the property and Lock of goodt separately or will ixckann either or both fur farming land This It a tplendld nity for any on wlthlng logo Into business State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kontuekr often the fllllowJtnr counea of study via Agricultural Horticultural Chemical lilologleat Mathemati EOlllpetrIDgGraduate aro a course of study Is under a separate The general faculty numbers neatly SP professors und instructors COUNTY AllOINTKEd receive tuition room In dor mttorle and light and If they remain 10 months traveling oxpenas The labratorles and museums are large wellr ulppod com rehehllVO aol modern Tbo Lcglilature appropriated 160000 for a Collego Home fur women and 8jo 009 for drill hell and gymnasium for moo The latter li completedand In use the former will be ready for occupancy In October Military tactics sad Science are fully prroldeil for ai required by Congress Oraduntet from the several courses of study readily and excellent less tlonl and liberal J IiLntonly institution In tho Commonwealth doing In any proper tonne University work goodbordand room for physical culture It will be heated by steam and lighted by electricity An opportunity la to them of a thorough education In Classics Lan Polltield1conomymen at to For catalogues method of obtaining appointment Information regarding courses of study and term a of admUtlon apply to PH n Li D Or to D O lAnE Business Agent LUIIIOTOIf ICy Fall term begins September T1003 A e LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK SBOOOO Directors J B Paxton J n Owtley S II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Hank It Trust Company and under earns management continuously for li years Wi SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually bcnuOelal First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOi This Institution was originally ettabllsbed as the Uepotlt hank of In 1111 then reorganised ae the National Hank of- Stanford In I58J and again reorganized the First National Ilaik of Stanford la lest having bad practically an uninter bettornbadness promptly and well than ever before In tte long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor aporaUons Solicited Officers BHANK8rrc OWSLEY nnioiiT Officers HOOKER McKOnEUTS WEARKN Directors Robinson NOTICEI have purchased interest of Warren Hooker in the business of Craig td Ilocker A continuance of your patronage will be appre ciated an assurance of prompt and ellicientr service is hero given Those indebted to the will greatly favor mo settling Recounts WILL N CRAIG WaltoLeslagtonR StanfordT Successor to A lfoe- korCAMPBELLHAGERMAN COLLEGE For Girls and Young Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKY oxptrlencedtIcultllntion and the Languages Modern Sew and modern building handsomely furnished eV Swimming Pool Ac Most beautiful healthful loca HOD For catalogue address s B C HAGERMAN President Lexington Ky No 51Two slake 01001 for uie Far par ticular ddrw Onlral Ktetuckj Real Estate Kx cboce S Title Co No 37 Two Ir el aht room frame la SUnfurd etuoe etuoedeinWeboomInntown s li one of reuoaabl No SSA nine cottage and let on Ltnmter street tilADfor17 room good c4it rn etc Cost II No ITA farm of 1M urn near etcJuaof eight rooms ball remands leaanthoutetteck barn large tobacco barn and other ontbulldlnz Cistern sad good well In thai lard ant eMit In emy field on the place Firm and IInteIInoI dwellingKiMilldlnzf FrBcIng rood well watered cut In lie Odds W Urn In cumratlon ml In blue grass Ins than bate mile trout turadkL WI otter this place for only l10 per am No M AtUirreiof land In lteckrutle for sale or oxchange Hat all nereuary luiproTeuent well watered Ac Will be sold at a Urnaln No AOFum of let acres tltualnl near slogs Title Ky tmo In culilTatUn N In timlrrnt In zrati well watered two barn sad othe- roullulldlnggood relat heeling ArIIlh- new yard of thrtll ehurebe school i lorBfe and C S depot rropertr UM on pike and county rod lad la the teort desirable lam In that section iva will Mil tho whole arm lor ft 400 or to rcelofaotleethan acre to uitpurchater Tbl It certainly beap property No aft Fam of n acre nest Warnel urc Dwelllni Rood barn eta Well watered fencing and building In Irodueilt hue Hone land In locIopbliohoo l clot to school and on good rod No MA farm of 105 sun la Casey county Ky One ant onhalf dwelling with sir room barn end other outbuildings Sixty acre 10I cultlratlon U acres In timber fruit 11fttI etc Lays wall oa mid close to churches Khooletc FrlconlyfsO- ONagsllousndoDe sep land house con tain e flD room cellar etc All nee euary outbuildings Exlr large bun all In ipleudld repair ouse newly painted and corer ed Cistern at door God garden end Urge barn lot Ilntyot fruit on place Irlre fl10u No I60cr of land In Ford county Kai six railroad lid mile from Arkansas rlrer 8eventyacreoflanl It river bottom lifimclaslandaodlngrua Tbli Und It for ale exchangeNo farm ol 122 acres four tulle from rtlan but pike In the county well wtiered fencing dwelling fronts pike ill nrcMury outbuildings A iplendld blue grau firm ltd only 2q tulnutea from county teat Owner of one larm dJulnlol this her recently refuted IU wr acre 15eo7srlhtastf3150 8 n Dl j n Cashier w M At Cashier J 0 Prest j J J Chit W II Bkpr F Reid Dantllle 8 T lUrrli Stanford J Hooker Stanford it tl Elmore Stanford lea Hubble L II lUuchmko Stanford W P Tate Stanfordv the J firm by their Stanford lKy V Craig and 1laDIIn totandmnnlty J rlee8O Nlecottagefencing la geed condltloa M nee miulttoa rerIroJfrlrfrom8owenNK7euulinsvu Bwg4fog IHdIdIrfVeountytapmwrtylnconnssSmlltsfromLaoaulerKy except to acre no cast laod noI llheludtarehcsproducttegrow lwlth wire end loruit post A coil orchard rrallldIlII1iluoubundtIosutieeI titanfontIOOdrtrrcultlTatloa on crlo fruit fret reel In grass atMfries WI per ten Und adjoining sold for Ito aa 115 Thtaubargain sixdetlingbarn rJL Ia ri dlthinNo 4tSflT n room dwelling trot cellar end t IcDdallad I elOMtotown WlllrnltaiinalUanillr I InellnJJnrolllcouDtr I a tenant houses m room tot orer brstock and all other oectiurjr outbuilding all Ih ligust rent Close lo Khojl poitolfic VV railroad and In good neighborhood 40u acres In anld1scats ole WII watereel with U Defer IUI r spring etc Price reasonable