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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- A SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J 1VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1903 8 A M NO 67 i 11 iT HERE AND THERE Considerable damage been dono to crcps by heavy snows In Montana North and Minnesota 4Dakota Admiral Francis A Cook who the Brooklyn at ban eD retired on bli own alplleatlon1 4 after 10 Sara of icrvlco Mrs rharle West was killed her husband fatally burned and her dough tor badly Injured by an expotlon ot kerosene at LorenU W1a A etatamentof Ross receipt at the 50 largest poatofllcet In the United States for August shows a total of 1728205 a Increase of 1400 81 J over August 1002 JlDe Mm Georgia S Hatcher of Washington City corresponding Kccietary of the Daughters of tbo American Kevolntion and prominent In club circlet died In I Chili go- New York bankers think that bankers of tome Southern St ales will not bo abet to furnish toourlty In the form of State and municipal bonds for increased Fed eras deposits i The United States transport Kll patrlok tram Manila baa arrived at New York bearing the bodlci of 300 Amerloan loldlert Who boat their lives In the Philippines Karetto county U to try the experiment of Oiling the turnpike to prevent them from wrarlnit away so fat An oiler hat arrived nod on Monday the wokof spreading oil upon tbo toads will he commenced Father M J Ward of IWoll Wla J saysthat ho will not give abiolullon to any member of the International Typographical Union because of tho oath l Members of the organization lay he mlaconittuei the oath In London If you want room a urn ant or a situation you advcrtlie the fact In a machine for a penny You write out your advertisement put It In with your penny and tho machine diiplayi It In your own handwriting A firm of hat manufacturer at Danbury Conn hoe flied two suit for damages aggregating 1340000 agalnt the national officer of the American Federation ot Labor The United Hatten- of America and the Danbury member of those organizationHIGHLAND Born to the wife of M B Smith a young republican Mr R Young who was burl by a s fall a month ago U Improving slowly A J Young li quite tick t Arthur Reed wed has boon In poor health for omo time vUtled his moth er In Indianapolis but the trip did not teem to Improve his health W G Aston and daughter Muriel bavo mov ed Into their now house John Dutch hon U building a now house E E Young has gone to Somerset to work t R Cook He left ti on the pike for W hit blacksmith shop In charge of Logan Bryant Una Grajbeal bat gone tot Moattiuma Ind to work on tho railroad C W Baker and family who have been living at Somerset for some time will go to Adam county Nob to make their future homo Madison Baker of this place will aUto go with them J F Rlgnoy and wife of Hub ble were with tho family of C M Young Mr W It Cook and chill dren of Somerset were visiting rela ttvei here Jim Reed Indlanapollii i li with relative hare Mrs Virgil Carrier and baby have just returned from a vl H to her mothor near MId- dleburg Miss Ora Williams visited hot parents near Eubank last weak t Misses Rpsa and Hannah Meier who have been In Loulivlllo for lomo time l are at homo again E E Young and 1 family Elbert and UndiD Young for ole Chestnut Rev J M and Guy Cook E O Baugh and wife and James jerry took In the Somerset fair and visited tbelr relatives while In that place A Remarkable Record Chamberlains Cough Remedy baa a remarkable record It has been in mo- vi for over 30 yearn during which time many million bottles hue been sold and used It has long been the standard and main rollanco In the treatment of croup in thousands of homes yet during all I this limo no case has ever been reported- to the manufacturers In which it tailed to effect a cure Whenr given as soon as I the child becomes hoarse or ever as soon as the croupy cough appears It will pro- vent tho attack It is pleasant to taco I many children like It It contains no I opium or other harmful substance and bo given as confidently to a baby as Iiuty adult For sale by I W N Craig coal operators have formed a combination to bo known as the Ken tuckyTennciseo Coal Miners Assocla tlon Its object Is to take In hand the l labor quell IODII and promotethe Inter eats of the coal mining Kentuony Railroad Commissioner will exempt additional Kentucky towns from the operation ot the long and short haul clause statute so that Louisville may compete successfully with other cities SOMERSET pardon by a former Lincoln county citizen and once regular contrlbltor ot neighbor readersIQueen City of the South A 1 to the loading feature of the city of Somerset we would be glad to write at length but brevity must control After a residence hero of two Year we feel very much at home and can write from actual knowledge of the cltva prosperity Somenot U In reality a buv place Business of every class represented her seems prosperous No man need be idle here Tno demand for laborers exceeds the supply Every 000 teems to have more or lees money and a commendable desire to earn ktlll more It is this latter trait that brings activity Into every prosperous business bore or elsewhere POI more than two earlhe oily has been on a continual business and building boom No other town In the State has been more favor ably blessed Not a business house nor a dwelling large enough to accommo date even a mall family is vacant in Somerset New bulldiogaare constant Ir going up but moat of them arc engaged by the time tbelrfoundailoo s are laid and sometimes before The handsome new brick obool buildings with their 22 room and modern Improve met lid equipments U tbo pride of the city In tbea abode 000 school children are lupposed to gather and re cclve tree Instruction nine months In the year from as good a corps of teach era al can bo found In any graded school In the State Newton Bro Lincoln county men are pushing the work on their Sac 130 000 hotel the walls of which are now above the second story When com plelcd It will add much to the wealth convenience and beauty surrounding the public square The fair was the biggest thing of Its kind ever held In Somerset Six thou and people visited bn Thursday The attendance was large each of tbe four days show Among the visitors on Friday Mr Belicnap and Mr Welsh republican candidates for Governor and auditor respectively were proml cent Each made brief speeches and were heartily cheered by their admirer Tbo weather was Ideal the crowds large and good humored and the lesson learned by Pulaskl farmers that a poor horse a halfstarved mule nor a burry tailed colt could not compete with well bred and welloared for Lincoln county stock is probably worth all It cost to learn It We were delighted to have downs ol our Lincoln county friends call and tee us and so kindly express their pleas uro In witnessing our rush in business Among them was our old friend J E Lynn whose honest band we long have boon glad to grasp Some others were G M Givens F M Ware W A Cot fey the plioti Squire A J Vaughl V M Tanner MT Reynolds J Vanhook now of Burnaldo W It I C Singleton Mack McKenzIe Albert Collsy Jr G A and William Hughes Mrs W A ColTey Mils Kate McKlnney Katie fleck Margaret Sao dldgo Walter Greening Sam Helm George RtlTe Sr and many others whoso names we cant now recall Our business being such that wo could not leave It to attend the fair for oven the shortest space ol time these friends all called at our place of business to see us which token of regard we appreciate a thousand times more than they will ever know W R G The Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle At 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 months before he has fully recovered This is an Un necessary loss of time for in many eases in which Chamberlains Pain Balm has been promptly and freely applied a com plete cure baa been effected in loss than one weeks time and In some cases with in three days For sale by W N Craig George Bowlln and J C Adam who were Indicted with James pack on tbo charge of false swearing In the JOLt WhIte trial bavo been arrested and released on bond Their cases were set for the February term of tbo lIar rison circuit court Hugh H Pricey yorgeneral of Arizona has been removed from the olllco by Secretary of tno Interior Hitchcock for receiving Illegal tees for expediting work In his otllce Frank Singalls of Arizona baa been appoint ed to succeed him Tho average condition corn Sept 1 an shown by report of the Bureau of Statistic was 80 aa compared with last years average of 5 The tobao co crop averaged 83 4 For a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Llyer Tablets and a quick cure lscertaln For sale by W N Craig CRAB ORCHARDI Miss Belle Haldcman of Louisville Is a guest of Miss Joan Buchanan There will bo prayer meeting at the Baptist church Wednesday evening All are Invited George Harris has received a line of nice fall outing daisy cloth etc He asks a share of the patronage of bis friends Mr W A Beazley of Lancaster spent Sunday with friends bore Mrs fettle Broaadus of Stanford Is a guest at the KlnlrDotol- He Livingston and Dougherty closed a very Interesting meeting at White Cbapel Friday evening There were eight confessions Miss Bottle Harris asks her friends to let her send In their subscriptions for their magazines and papers saving them time postage etc Miss Nattle Collier and little George Andrew James of Stanford were hero attending the meeting Mrs Vase of Mobile Ala In visiting her parente Mr and Mr James Guest Our band boys are getting to be very popular They have played at several fairs ihli season and were at Kings yule at the O A R last week They are accommodating and reasonable In their price A little daughter arrived at Mr Lewi Dlllloot a few days since The friends of Mr and Mrs Will Borders extend sympathy to them In losing by death one of the twin daughters both to them recently Mr Jell Steenbergor has bought the cottage of Mr Con Hulchlnson on Mt Vernon Street Rev J Randall Harris preached two excellent sermons at tbe Cbrlntlan church Sunday morn log and evening Mr Houk of Mt Vernon is assist lag Mr Morrl In the bank Mr Cass ot Brodhcad has charge of the depot while Mr Newland takes ber vaca ilon Mr Lewis Dllllon le gauger at J W James distillery now Mrs Ellzabein Barker hat purchas ed the cottage of James Cummins on Stanford street and will take possess- Ion when Mr Campbell leaves for hie now business In Stanford The many friends of the latter dislike to see him leave Crab Orchard Judge Downing wife and ion of New Orleans are guest at the Goer Hotel Dr J D Petlu has his property advertised for sale for tomorrow Wednesday Ode Shugara of Lancas tel Is a guest at the Springs Hotel Ho ii here In the interest of life loan rance business Mn Martha Colllni of Washington City who has been a guest of Mn M L flarrl for tbe past three weeks re turned to her homo She will tiup over at Cincinnati and other points of interest Mr W E Perkins has re turned from ibe city where be purcha ed bis now tall goods Mrs Mary Bronaugb after a lengthy visit to Burgln has returned to her sons Mr R H Bronaugh The MUs vleltlcdg f Mr Curtis Gover entered school at Lancaster last week Mliecs Annie Bronaugh and By rt James havereturn ed home after delightful visit to friends at London and Somerset The protracted meeting of two week a at the Baptist church closed Friday stoning Rev J B Jones the pastori was assisted by Rev Ecion Thor were large crowds In attendance at both morning and evening services The best of order prevailed The sermons were full of gospel truths and were delivered In a plain earnest and gentle manner There were 18 adds LIons 10 for baptism and 8 by letter MT VERNON We are Informed that Judge Morrow will bo able to hold courl which be gins next Monday Depositions were taken In tbe Pen nlogton and York bankruptcy case last Wednesday beforo Referee J N Saun dera of Stanford Miss Ella Smith of Paint Lick Is visiting Mrs G B Lawrence Miss Nell Ballard Is visiting her brother U M Ballard R L Joplin of Somer set visited his Sister at Brodhead last week They drove up to Mt Vernon Sunday and paid the family of J W Brown a short visit Mtases Hilton and Forbes came up from Brodbead on the train Sunday and spent a few hours toBrodheadsame afternoon Mcadamcs MJ Mill fromWedoeedayRiders brother In Lancaster Messrs da1MrluclceedMteeea Miranda McKenzie and Annie hallbeenwas qulle tick Sunday L C Smith has alto been sick David Purdom Is In LancasterI y LANCASTER J Joseph Is having his store room repaired Rain is very much needed In this lo calilyIJudge M D Hughes was reappolnt ed assessor at the last meeting of tbe councilA memorial service was held at tbe Methodist church Sunday evening Aa many as 17 mountain men have just been in Upper Garrard prospecting farm Mrs J B Woods entertained Mr and Mrs J Joseph and their clerks at a handsome dining The Sunday School picnic will be beld next Saturday on the banks of the river near the hankie piece Rev A A Williamson of Louis ville will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening J C Napier of Carteravllle bought of the Woods Bros what ta known as the Tom Kennedy farm paying 170 an acreMr has received an appoint moot In the Railway Mall Service and has already gone on duty He Hood a good examination Mrs Carrie Nation Is soon to visit her brother Mr Tom Moore of Lower Garrard and will deliver a lecture here at the court house J I Hamilton sold a combined horse to C Bourne for t 7o Robinson Bros bought 15 cattle at 3 70 W H Furr bought a horse for slob Corn seems to flourish notwithstand ing tbe dry weather some growers re porting It 12 feet 0 Inches In height the ears growing 8 feet from the ground The dry weather is beginning lo show ILs effects upon ui Mr and Mrs R E Hughes have re turned to Louisville Jor Grand left the first of tbe week for Waco Texas W H Kinnaird Is visiting his brother In Ohio Mra Smuel Johnson has returned from a visit to Richmond Miss Louise Kauffman gave a breakfast Friday In honor of Mr Winter Htnltb of Louisville Miss Matlle Thompson has returned from a visit to Danville Mrs W0 Dunlapof Ston ega Va la vliltlng Mrs Millie Fox MUa Maule May Robinson has returned to school at Richmond Miss Theo Hcmpbtll left Monday for Hamilton College Lexington Mrs Mary L Anderson of Louisville has been here on a short Visit Mr Dave Arnold of Kansas City Is here to spend the win tar with W A Arnold and family Miss Mario Joseph Is vlilllng In Eaton Ohio Miss Gussle Kennedy has re turned to Lexington Mr Wlnteramlib of Louisville made short visit here Mrs Mollie Young and little Charles Wllwer have returned to Dallas Texas R W McRob eria Is al home from Hopklnsvlllo Mra Thoa Johnston of Lexington has been the guest of relative Miss Cor die Hamilton has gone to Arlington O MIlS Nannie Gaines of Danville Is visiting Mrs H M Ballou Misses Laura Smith and Salllo Tlllett have gone on a trip to Cincinnati Miss TlllleV West Is attending school In Nlcbolaavllle IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Margaret Jackson It dead at Mackvllle Mercer county aged 85 Stephen Dean and Elmon and Ollle Hurst of Mercer were fined ISO each for disturbing religious worship Roy the 10yearold son of Mr T L Bird had his foot cut off by a local freight train at Wllllamsburg He was twinging onto the train as It slowed up for tho depot- Cumberland Grocery Company of Pulaskl county with 830000 capital stock baa been organized W F Rowe of BuroMde J H Shearer of Monti cello and W J Davidson of Glasgow are the Incorporator HELM Hon Harvey Helm of Lin cola county was In Shelbyville being called bore to attend the funeral of his kinsman Hon Newton Bright Sr While here Mr Helm met a number of the voters and made his tint local an nouncement of his candidacy for tbe democratic nomination for Congress In this district Mr Helm la a gentleman of commanding appearance la well educated has the reputation of belnb a good speaker and la equipped d In every way to make the race for the high position ho seeks He repreeenled Lin coin county In the Legislature for one term with credit and Is now complet bog his second term aa county attorney Taken all In all he la a splendid young democrat and his hard work for the party In the past should entitle him to a fair hearing by the voters of the 8th district Sbclbyvllle Sentinel The annual report of he Commie stoner of Pensions shows that there are now on tbe rolla 0196545 pensioners Tbe average amount of each pension is f 133 Tbe annual amount of tbe Span lab war pension roll has reached 81 1765310I THE if l fITRADE MARK When you see the above mark on a shoestrap you may know that you are looking at the best shoe made for men 500600High Grade goods only Our now stock of them is now complete I Try a pair saeasjT o miLLER Danville KU THE GLOBE Galvanized Guttering J ForHouse or Barn JOe Per Foot rrae 1Ji PURE VINEGARS Impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars mistakenidea 4 TheireUnionaevery country world We sell and place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinzbt alt Vinegar HclnzPlckllng Vin VinegarL t Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to paintingGood paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go far thor and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covqrs more surface than qther paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate itsQlTALTTV Pennys Drug Store To The Tax Payers Of Lincoln County As the time Isonce more at hand for mo to beglnfoaegelng your property I will again ask you to be ready to give your lift promptly when called on by me or ooo of my deputies Tbe law re quires lhat all property bo listed as of the 15th of So If you will make and have ready a memorandum of all property owned and its value on that day you will greatly aid us In get ting tbo work completed In the requir ed time and It will also enable you to make a more complete list I also wish to call your attention to the fact that owing to the Increased at easement of your property last year your lands were not raised by tbo State Board of Equalization for the first time In a number of years and your county taxes are lower than they nave been since we purchased tbe turnpikes And Stanford Ky yet there are a great many who have not listed their property near to the actual cash value as required by law To those I wish to say that when I or one of my deputies permit any person to list his properLy lower than its act 1 ual cash value we violate our oath otllce and at the same time do a wrong to those who do list their ofjerty at Its full cash value and also the State and county as welt Desiring only to do our duty as beet we can and to serve the people of grand old Lincoln lo the beat of our ability we ask you to aaalast ua by giving a full and complete list and by valuing vour property at its full cash value Thanking you for the many kjnd nesses shown us while doing this wore t and hoping for a continuance ot same I am Respectfully YoursM s Sept 14 1903 Assessor r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a candidate for Shell of Lincoln county sutJeet to the action of the democratic ratty GEO W DE BORD I a unaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county utJect to the action of the democratic rarty T JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutJcct to the action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county sutje to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbe democratic party WIHERRIN- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action 011hc democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutJeet to the action of the democratic party t A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln COllnty subject to the action of the Prohibition party Democratic Ticket For Gortrnor J C W BECK1IAX For Lieutenant Uottrnor W P TllORSE For Auditor of State- S K 11AGER For Treasurer JI 21 BOSWORTIT For Attorney General N B HA rS For Secretary of Stat- eN V McCHESNEY For Superintendent of Public Inttntctio J 11 FUQUA For Commiuioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAKD For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAQ Cu1NN CFor Railroad Commissioner Cg C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge IK COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON A TRIP TO NASHVILLE Dont start on a trip on Friday f If you have to leave home at all go a day earlier or a day later because If you dont you Bro likely to become euper- btltloue and that would nev r do Tbe writer was not the least euperetltloue ly Inclined but be made a trip to Nash vllle leaving home on Friday and to eay the least of It he Is more supentl tloui than he used to be First place the train waa reported 30 minutes late but it was a round hour behind when It whistled for the best town on the map It continued to lose time all along Jibe line and when it got to Lebanon June tlon it Just quit The connection for Nashville was lost of course and It took just 12 hours longer to make tbi trip than was expected Duriti tbe to dious wait at Lebanon Junction chill dren and fleas made life miserable Tbi former cried and the latter bit whlli the less rellgloue passengers scratched laud cussed It was a terrible time and all caused by starting on a Journey 01 Friday Moral stay at home There is no bitter without it sweet The trip down was aot pleasant but tbc stay at the hospitable home of my brother in law Mr Robert J Lyles waiand I soon forgot my troubles whet I entered his happy home Theo too my better half and an urchin of six summers were there which detracted not the least from the pleasure of my Tlslt Nashville is a magnificent Southernq city and a delightful place to live There is notthe push one would find In Northern cities of the same size but a sufficient amount of business is done to give work to all who desire It It does not raok high as a manufacturing cent tre but as a commercial city in the full sense of the word It jafell up to the average There are eome grand old homes In and around Nashville which are occu pled by Southern gentlemen of wealth and fame The most noted is the Belle Meade Farm which has been owned by the Jacksons from time almost Immemorial It la a grand old place and one could spend days seeing the things of interest in and around it Tennessees capitol Is on tbe highest hill in tbe Nashville portion of tbe State It can be seen towering above the city for miles and at night the building presents a beautiful appearance It la lighted inside acd out with thousands of Incandescanta The cap itol is a large building but not a mod era one and Is not well kept Nashvilles Union depot which coat over 1000000 Is about the biggest thing In the city It U the handsomest depot in the writers knowledge and the architectural effort is a marvel All trains enter and depart from It and it convenience as well as aU a great handsome addition to Tenoeeees cap- Ital a The firm of Lyle Black SCowl burned out some six months alto Is having built what will be the largest wholesale dry goods house South of tbe Ohio river It Is 285 feet deep six eto rlea high and will have nn ell wblcb will be as large ae any other dry Jooda house in Nashville The custom house Is a good building and is one of the eights which Is al ways shown the visitor It Is comparatively new and It like the capitol mounts a commodious site Nashvilles narrow streets are a drawback to her It is an old city aod those who laid it off a hundred or so years ago evidently did pot expect It to grow and multiply as It has done It II too late to widen the streets now butlt Is a perplexing question as to what the Nashvllllans will do if their city ebould double its size something not at aU unexpectedThe railway system is a feature of Nashville Although her car service has been par excellent a rich EII tern firm which has recently Aotteo control of the lines will spend a million or so making further Improvements There Is not the effort at style 10 Nashville that there Is In many otber cities but Instead an abundance of true hospitality for which Southern peoplo are famous thus making that city aod people a delightful one to cast ooes lot with Their slogan IiIttbbrel nothing too good for Nashville IIand we are almost constrained to agree with themE C W POLITICAL A democratic club has been organized at Million Madison county with Dr Elmer Northcutt president and J L oowars secretary The National W C T U has beguo a vigorous campaign looking to the ex ulelon from the United States Seoate of the Hon Reed Smoot of Utah So there was no burgoo at Munfor vllle Score a republican promise that was not kept The crowd was obtal td by false pretenses Courier Jpurni President Roosevelt has abandons he Idea of calling Congress in extrai inarv session during October Bod from present plans the session will be called to begin November 0 The Republican State Central Committee contrary to expectations ee ected James H Newman of Moo roe for chairman of the State Cam alga Committee Instead of George W gong Simon Bolivar Buclcners speech 10 reducing SonlnLaw Belt nap doubly amnsthe already damned traitor Tbe heritable conclusion Is that the ooto enarlan is in his dotage Lexlngti Democrat Geo W Long has declined toaccer tbe chairmanship of tbe Republican State Campaign Committee for bus Dell reasons His former experlenc hall taught him that the cbalrmanshl Ie a poor business Following the presence there of several members of the National Democratic Committee the rumor Is revive 10 Chicago that Thomas Taggart of It lava will succeed Senator James K Jones of Arkansas as chairman and campaign manager Gov Beckham and Congressman Ollie James closed the first week of tbe d emocratld campaign at Campbell vllle The crowd was estimated at 3 000 and was enthusiastic to a marks agree During tbe week Gov Beck bam and Mr James addressed mor- an 20000 people Mr James will robably join Gov Beckham agat wben ibe campalgnMs opened in tbe Teoth district and remain with hit troughout the campaign A featur of the Campbellsvllle speaking was street parade nearly halt a mile long Col Morris B Belknap formally op- eoed the campaign for Stato offices Saturday at Munfordsvllle His speed wae devoted largely to attacks on tbo ministration and Judiciary 01 tbe late and to a defense of the accusa tlooB made against the corporation of wblch he Is an officer In reply to Gov eckhama question as to whether tio would pardon Powers and Howard be- said he would do what was Just wbeo- tbe case was presented to him A- crowd of between 3000 and 4000 per ooe assembled to bear tbe speaking The other speakers were Gen Slmoi Bolivar Buckner Clifton J Pratt J a Wllholt J C Speight and J R Indman NEWS NOTES Snow totbe depth of eight locbel- fell throughout Southern Montana- A carload of gunpowder exploded on a railroad siding near Beaumont Kas with terrible results A former Iowa school teacher made between 875000000 and 100000000 out of concessions In Corea The new United States armored cruller was launched at the Newport News shipyards At Richmond Wm Turner was ac Itted of the murder of Wm Coyle committed last November- At Ashland Joe Pruitt and John Layoe were run over and killed by a Norfollt and Western train in Shelby James Haydenagcdelebt- s shot and killed by William Bay deo a playmate of tbe same age Wm Roberts a professional well dhurer was killed by noxious fumes wblle digging a well at Franklin Qarrodsburg Claude Terhune a wasaccidently At Aurora III Della Walton shot at Mud tried to kill Ernest Berry who 10 fused to marry her and committed sui clde An engine and 14 gravel cars pluoll ed through an unfinished bridge on tho Arkansas and Cboctaw railroad kUl log four of the crew Senator Hoar discussing the NCilro problem declared that the plan for do ponatlon was utterly Impracticable He said that the question must be solved at home Jasper McComas at Downlngsvl Ky shot and dangerously wouoded Wilbur aod Samuel Button and tben killed their father McComas was arrested and admitted to ball In tbe lum of 83000 During 1003 there was covered Into the national treasury to the credit of the reclamation fund from the sales of public lands from fees and commlssl In the various irrigation States tbo sum of 3401494 LANDSTOCKCROPS ETC Seed rye for sale A M Foland Stanford 3t Isaac Hamilton sold to R L nubble two mule colts for lIDO FOR SALE75 barrels of corn J H nhompson Preacbersvlllo 2t Some 60 or 75 mule colts chang ed lands yesterday at 135 to 885 Lou Dllllon trotted a mile to a hlgb wbeelsullty In 205 at Cleveland 0 Blue Grass Seed for sale home Itrlp ped Banks Hudson Lancaster Ky Mr J C naVe Crab Orchard has 28 900 to 1000 pound steers for sale W H Shanks sold to Meler d Huffman of Danville four fancy S2pouod tear at Sic Good seed rye and a lot of sows plRt and shoats for sale J M Reynold Vaynesburg FOR SALE12 extra good twoyear old cotton mules H C Baughma ustonvllle Ky Three Berkshire boars register and ready for service for sale Mark nrdln Stanford FOR SALE Five Polled Angus bull elves and 1000 bales of bay J W aughman Stanford Walter Warren sold to John Peppl three Polled Angus suckling calves fo- rIn and one for 815 W F McAllster of the Preacher vllle section sold to R L Hubble a iuryearold mule for 8110 A F Caldwell bought for 3000 tbe farm of 75 acres near Paint Lick ad ver tied in this paper by Miss Mattie H ylle FOR SALE 1000 bushels yellow Fultz seed wheat and 10 yearling mules 9 mares Col Underwood Hedgi vllle Ky4tA destructive hailstorm visited tbe yomlng section of Beth county de roylng about a 100 acres of growln com and tobacco A red yearling steer came to ml place six weeks ago Owner can Itet It by paying for this notice sod IU- keep J H McAllstcr Stanford 2l A big crowd was In town yesterday but few cattle were on the market aod tbere was little or no demand for then Tbe actlvll waslnmulecoltsandman soldW Y Curry will hold a sale the lal- tel part of this month at tbe Chris En glemao place near Hubble tho exact date of which will be given next lleue- He will sell his crops stock bouse bol and kitchen furniture etc A chestnut gelding by Antecarlc 2261 trotted a mile for Richard Curti at Lexington last week in 2151 He perfectly green but gives promise or- belog a record breaker Antecarlo owoed by E H Beazley Co of thl- place who made a season with him- tbls year FOR SALE I A good mare and colts also young cow- Calf lust weaned J iL nUIOHT Stanford Ky HOME FOR SALE I I offer for sale my property In Lancaste Ky Thu house U a two story brick with- frame ell eight rooms with two acres of- laud and U one of the best homes In town- Will sell or trade for a imall farm or- furtber particulars write Lancaster Ky J H BOONE I CO Proprietors blVERY flND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv 00001 Livery Service at Reasonable Rate- Call on ui on Depot Street Mao Dealer Ir Coal PUBLIC SALE I On the Ed MeCartv farm four miles West of itunfort on tbe Knob Lick pike I will IUU on THURSDAY SEPT 91 103 At pubic auction the following descrIbed property Four work mutes 2 fouryear oldH yearold and 1 nlno year old goodlaO brood mare gentlo enough for- family two milk cows 1 steer calf tour- ow and pigs 22 shoots some large bogs two farm wagons six sets of harness 1 prlor Disc drill Tiger Disc harrow double A steel barrow corn planter good as new owing machine 4 plows t cultlvatorl 3 buckboards I carriage set of uew buggy harness and set of old ones aU- kInd of small tools too numerous to mention acres of corn In shock stack of millet household and kitchen furniture- Sale 030 oclockbeltlDllronptllat under cashi over tbat amount bankable note Term of sale must be complied with before property moved n L J P Chandler Auctioneer T c GRflMD LDij II New Fall goods are arriving on every freight The seasons newest and prettiest styles Re member we save you money on every purchase 4- r A 25 pieces now silk mercerized ox fords the best thing for Full waists Fine lino of patterns at 15o a yard New lino of silk vestings for waists Beautiful colors nt 48c n yard 38inch nli wool Venetian in all shatter worth G5c a yard special price 48o n yard 10 inch lustre in black and colors worth G5c special price 47c a yard 25 pieces yard wide porcalo the newest patterns special at 8 Jc a yard Full lino of linings near silk mor erized sateens spun glass anti silk sheen Prices 10 to 35c a yard See Iho special Josephine under THE GRND LEADER LEVY Prors S B LEVYManapor Notice To Hedge Fence Growers maintaining fenceLand owner alongpublto highways are that It ls to obstruct either the ditches or rightofway by leaving the brush on tbe road iny one so offending will be pros same Is not removed In a reason ableUmeJAB t BAILEY Judge County Court 18 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OOe oT r MaaOMrtaProe Stor In tha Owsley UoUdlnt THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I Illack Iterkthlro ho Southdown keep High Orade buck oneyearold J CARPENTER Iluitonvlllo Ky R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky OIlice over HlgII18 AMcKlnneys Stop Telephone rilA OJ DRr W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Flats d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horse Sheers Wont Main street Stanford Kentucky Nice Home For Sale Cottage of three rooms and porch le Moreland Oood garden feed and large warehouse sell at low price with term to suit purchaser Property belong to Ides Turner will be sold by me Clear title- D 0 SIlILE Morelnnd Kv NOTICE 1 Notice Is hereby ICQ to the owners and holder of the i 10000 Llnooln County S Ier Cent Refunding bonds of series Sept 24 1S0903 that the court will redeem said 10 rles of bonds at the Lincoln County Nation a Rank of Stanford Ky on 21 1B98 s provided In tho taco of said bonds JAMES I HAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court FOR RENT Mr farm containing sores with rood lnolllng thereon loITer for rent privately 25 acres to go In corn 12 In wheat the remaining 29 acres for crass land Will sleo sell the crop and stock on the place prI- vately good stock water necessary outbuildings Including good took barn Jkc Farm must JIB In tbo next 3 or t week It laYI 31 miles from tlustonvllle on Mlddleburg pike Ios esslon given at once ufutonvilleams M J JENKINS HOME FOR SALE Nice cottage of tour rooms eight acres of and necessary outbuilding good barn I 7hreeourths a mile from Stanford on lustonvllle pike UKTTIE BAR ETT tl skirt worth 8160 nt 80c Wo also carry the Suroeia underskirt SUe Ladies readymade skirts in silk meltnns oxfords homo spuns vane tians and mohaira 1riqos front 160 to 816 Seo our lino of childrens ribbed hose double knee extra weight They arc regular IDc goods at lOo a pair Apron Ginghaiiis good quality at 60 n yard Special line ladies 500 patent vici shoos French heel now plain opera too special price 310 Wo are nicking very close prices on mcna clothing You can buy from us 8 5 00 suit for 8 70 7 50 suit for 4 98 10 00 suit for 7 00 12 BO suit for 8 75 15 00 suit 9 00 18 00 suit for 12 50 In mens hints wo have the largest stock You tact buy regular e 1 00 hat Ion OOe 1 25 hat for 79o 1 60 lint fbr 80o 2 00 lint for 1 00 2 CO lint for 1 35- r o 00 bat fur 1 70 Seeing is believing Took atthorn All the now styles and shapes J MB CO STEELE Withers Furniture Co Donlcrs in Fine Furniture Ctirpots Rugs Wrtll Paper Window tGc Manufacturers of Frames Shllll08j RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST i RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go nt 1425IThe 25 kind will do at I Tho 80 kind will go riti247 1 The 885 kind will go nT 88050 Tho 840 kind will go aH 3475 The 50 kind will go ntt14 u You have never had such nn opportunity pre sented to you before eo now is your 9 All stoves will bo set up in your kitchen guaranteed nnclPbGEO H FJfSaa CO Wattles Of Quality r For Ladies and Men Watches that will be a V credit to tbe wearer Plain r or beautifully engraved castIeSt containing reliable works r to make perfect timepieces PRICES RIGHT W ISlaoford MING fori We Want You All To Come and be numbered among our regular customers You will certainly see that bet sides a decided saving of money there are many other advantages to be gained by purchasing your groceries from me A glance at these prices and comparison of tIaonfruit tans foe per dozen good coffee 100 per pound All kinds of tluwiro cutlery su gars menu In fact all heavlnd fancy groccrle told In and bo convluced J W PERRIN tlic Grocer 110 alaln fit Stanford Kr JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers Bettman The greatest 350 and 400 Shoes manufact ured for MEN i W E PERKINS t Crab Orchard Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL niSmNFoIwt I In Oiling your prescriptions we use thorlKht tnodlclnos In thooxoctpropor lions and with proper caro Wo could sot do bettor If yon paid ui double lobe price which le always reasonable Pen cri Drug Sloro 4k PERSONALS I J N DOWLINQ li down from Pico TllleLIIIBHTY GREEN la over from Lex ington MRS MARTHA HILTON li visiting ID Livingston MRS UETTIE DKOADDCS went up to London Saturday OROVKR CLEVEAND MCGUIRE IB 111 I with malarial fever MR LOOANII HUGHES WM In Mt Vernon aealn Sunday Mil MATT WOODSON returned to Sloncga Va jeitorday MR JO SETTLES of Danville was with Mr A M Fellnd Jr MR A N Summit ol Pulaiklfc at tended court hero yesterday MRS J S GOODE and Mill Evelyn Goode went to LouUvllle yesterday MR D K HAMILTON of Loulivllle It with his father Mr Isaac Hamilton UUIKIIT EVANS and family ot Pltti burg are with the family of Mr M S Haiti o JUDOE ANDRKWBUCIIANAN Of Crab Orchard passed through to Lebanon 1Friday ANNIE STEELE Cool It visit log her brother J If Cook at Lex I legion DR CIIARLUS HARVIELLR of St Louis Balleyt bat joined his wife at Dr Steele Mns JAMES ELLIOTT and Mrs Now man of Boston are with Mrs W A Moberly MYRTLE little daughter of Attcitor AL G Reynolds hat been very 111 bu It bettortuspent clWestMiss LINDA MILLER has gone to t Rome N1 to take a position In an oral tobool MRS II K CARRIER and children tf Naihvllle have been guests of rela tires in this county MRS K U UITCIIIE and baby re veiurdar to her borne at Sul turned Texas Mum KBCA UAKRK ol Mu Vernon was on Sundays train bound for Lex legion to attend tobool I Miss MACDB LAMMHRSON trlmme- for Mrt ClIO Brown arrived yesterday to rtiume her duties MRS JOHN STKBLB CAMIRNTKR of H mien rllle was ibe guest of her sIs- ter I Mrt Col T P HIIIaMR AND MRS JAB JONBS of Lex 1legton were the guests of Mltn Flor once Truebearl Saturday MISSES STUAUII are back from thej I elite whore they bought a full line of fall and winter millinery COL JOHN R ALLEN of Lexington opened the campaign with a tplondld speech at Danvlllo yesterday MESSRS A A CRUTCH FIELD D O 1Lewisand Wallace Walter will be AI tenor Reynold deputlet Ibis year Hog IV C WARREN wont up to Wllllamtburg Sunday to bold a spec lal term of the Wbltley circuit court HONS W CON BELL Charles A Hardln and W J Poteet of Mercer spent yesterday mingling with our pea pie MESSRS DAN P BURDETT and Millard F Rout two true blues of Oar rard were guests of Dr W B OOan non MISSES MARY HALL and Mon toby Plckctt who have been vlslllng Mrt 1 W A Tribble went to Richmond SatI urdayI EMMETT MCCORMACK of Huttonvlllo and James Woods Stanford were callers ot this office L yesterday MR AND MRS THOMAS WHERRITT of Lancaster brought Mrt W M Bo trio over Friday to take the train for Owcntboro MR HERMAN REICHENIIACII and wife of Loulivllle who bavo been with his father family Turnertvllle ro turned homo Saturday MR THOMAS METCALF wife and ton Thomas wool up to Plnovillo yes terday 10 spend a tow days prior to going to Zion City to live Miss ELLA MAY SACNDERS went up to London to see Miss Lind DIlllOD who accidentally shot horse and who became worse yesterday morn t Ing MESSRS WINSTON BOWMAN O R Wilkinson T J Dell J C Coulter Charles Montgomery sad C C Carson of Liberty attended court hero ycster dayATbompion and Marglo McClary ol i+ Mt patted through to Lexing ton yesterday to attend Hamilton Col legs Miss LILLIE N MCCLARY la now chief deputy In tho poatolllco John v Lasley It golop West for a lengthy stay and will visit Chicago San Francisco and other points before returning MR U ROWAN SAUFLEY of this of flea has been commissioned adjutant of the 3rd Ky Battalion command by MaJ E W Llllurd The oaf heart the rank cf first 11cut uptpolntmeotca6mepentirely ueolloltthe it le a him will leave about Oct 1 ItWeatPoint where t will go Into mil A r q nary training ILO S endPitman btITAXES Your taxes aro now duo penalLy I M L JARVIS of Albany won the lobeSomereet yeiterterdayly be Increased to 300 before the week It over HiaaiNS 1L McKtNNEY bavo just re calved a carload of Old Hickory wag oat at bottom prices Call on them for a wagon READ the rental notice of the eplenpl plkofour Pear elsewhere PLEASE call In and pay me your ac count which Is past duo I need the money and must have It J R McGIn ale Crab Orchard agedfethatotat hit home at Junction City Sunday and was burled yeatordayni equipimselfthe organ trade For particulars write I J E Humet Danville Ky LOST between Stanford and Danville a black Morocco pocket book contain log railroad pastes Howard invite return S W Menefee Danville GEE WHIZ The Someriel Journal says that Ills getting so dry In Pulaslcl ibal cal fish In Pitman Crtek are going through the county begging a drink of water 20ragainsttcounty county roads rnpike merchants etc payable out of the levy of 1003 Geo D Cooper erk Lincoln County Court IN the county court yesterday the will of Thomas Terry dividing hit imbated flJof Cora and Agne Dlihon Horton MILLJ Robert Edmlston and Will A Brooks of Crab Orchard h ave a curiosity In the shape of an old horso mill probably the only thing of thrvalue It very highly and may tako It to the World Fair It must be 100 years old and It yet In good repair MR W L EVANS of Ututonvllle yesterday to Mr Geargo D Weatberford Hit aneU aro al ou 11700 and liabilities In the neighbor hood of 12300 Mr Weatherford xll dlipote of the stock by retail or If thi purchaser deslrot be will sell It In lump The stock Is only about tw years old It conilcti of hardware an a general line of groceries c THE Courier Journal doe Lincoln county a grave Injustice In a Hit of revenuepaying counties whoso oOlclalt are republican that paper places the best county ID the bunch Lincoln hasnt even a republican constable M r Courier Journal nod your reader here dont want you to repeat such a charge Tho amount Lincoln pays In In gxca of what she draws from the State It 1210260 FIRE Tho residence belonging to tbo Meitra McRobertt and occupied J H Boone caught fire from a do flue yesterday morning and tho Mr800neand hit loss le small wo are glad to anofd never o fire company fought against odds but finally extinguished the flames HELM Hon Harvey Holm of coin who visited Mr James C Brig and attended the lair completely captured hundreds of voters whom ho m and talked with during hit visit typical young Kentuckian with tbo solid backing of his homo county and every accomplishment of mind and a dress required In a Congressional con test ho makes friends and admlr0 yIt LOOAN Mr William Logan died paralysis Saturday morning aged 75 Ho bad been In bad health for somo time and was fully prepared to meet thotuminons to come up higher Mr Logan was one of Lincoln count qa most substantial farmers was a good citizen a member of the Christian church and was In fine circumstances Bis wife who was a daughter of the late Thornton Porter and two child ten Miss Klttlo Logan and Willie Logan survive the good man Ho was aConfedcrato soldier who fought as bard for what ho thought was right In etaee00 n coin county has lost a valuable citizen t1QtiirBlt hn was to set In Buffalo cemetery ITm Liberty fair declared a 50 per j sent dividend I AN Infant of Alvin Mulllnt died Sunday and was burled yesterday FARM SOLD Charley Rice of the Maywood section sold his farm to W O Watts fur 82800 Northern rye just received Call and see ut before buy tog J H Baugbman t Co TilE Crab Orchard Military Band will furnish music for the Maccabeo Barbecue aL McKinney Saturday next 10th MR A P BRCCE a wellknown horseman and a member of Morgan command during the war died at Danville JofM thacetuTucpwillboth speaking and preaching Good music and an abundance of good things to oat Both Blue and Gray are In vj I tedLEOruncElder I S Tlntley will deliver a lecture at the Christian at Crab Orchard on Tuesday I ght Sept 22 Hlt tubject will be Raccoon John Smith The proceeds will go towards Improving the church building Go and help a goof cause GRAND BARUECUC Tho ladles and K nights of the Maccabeet will have a ur ur fodayoy the L O T M a public Installs Lion by the K O T M and a base ball game Speeches by prominent speak ers Good music Admission 25o at the gate Dinner freo Proceeds to bo glen to the flood sufferers THE court house was filled to over flowing yesterday to hear the Issues of the approaching campaign discussed Senator McCreary led off by saylug that be was well enough acquainted with the Lincoln county democracy to know that It required no urging to get them to vote and be hoped that they would do as well next November as they bavo heretofore Ho urged the portance of looking after the renal and of keeping an eye on ank movement the republicans are trying to make by concentrating their strength on rheas tease Ho then Lookup State Issues and exposed the bar faced lies the republican Is ell faoulatingrecord and tbo expense cf collecting e war claim He compared the former with those of Bradley and Drown and showed that their pardons out number d Beekhame by far and that tbo cost of collecting the war olalm toes less In Kentucky than In any orb aomlto leaders were slapped In the face Brad 1toy got the ovation Belkoap the nom JIK A1udN I was made up almost exclusively of ren egadedemooratasuchaeBuekaerHlnman d 0 bad carried themselves over to the republican but could tako no one with them He then gave an outline of Belknapt opening speech and answer ed his enemyt assertion In a very sat Itfactory manner aeDelkaap complaint that the democrat have no platform tn this campaign Their conduct of affair I s lobe only platform that they need The republican platform was next discussed It favors a tree ballot for every Gov Bradley was then quoted on t Loultvlllo republican convention to chow how little chanco the voter bad there It also endorses all the policies of the republican party Tho Senator they In a way that was Incomparable showed what the policies of the republican party aro now and contrasted them with Us policies at the time of Its organization Ho said that If the foci thehlwould not recognize as their work tbo Se0Aa pastas well as ho does those of tbo then outlined vidi L reporeIT tetc If the democrat will only Ret t0 gether and nominate a good ticket on a fitgood platform the republicans can dislodged from control of Na tlonal affairs an event which the Son ator hopes he may live to see Hon N B Hays nominee for alto ney general followed Senator A Creary and thanked the democracy of Lincoln county for their support in ti recent primary Ho supposed lb when nominated bo would bo opposeD by a republican Instead of n renegade democrat Mr Hay then read the re cent open letter of Judge Decks er Illmletter could have heard Mr Hays an ewer bo would have been glad If could bavo boon numbcredamong tra letters that never camo He compared Judo Beckoer to Aaron Burr and Ben edict Arnold Beckner claimed that ha was a dIsciple of Jefferson which his reason for being a republican as tbo position of that party now on lobe ques floes of money expansion and honest elections It exactly what Jefferson taught The speaker then tbowed lobe republican position on these questions rromJotrorsons roIImeconduct of the republicans over tbo trial ot his anassln In a very forcible manner Ibow1lidquestions Ho not only looks crooked knowsbut j eloquenceandvents a fuller repor- tCHURCHiATTERS Dr J J TaVlor of Norfolk Va has accepted the presidency ot Georgetown College I Tbe Salvation Army under the com InvadeJackonRev Robert finer formerly one of MetbodlsL cky 1 e dead at Carrollton Rev D C Hortoo who has held a at Bristol Tenn has been- ansferred to tbe Kentucky Confer ence and asslgued to the Methodist church it Mlllcrsburg FARM WANTED I acrelImprovementa ApplyatFARM FOR RENT I gooddwellingDanvllleKyrent for term of 3 yeast to desirable tenant KyforI PUBLIC SALE Raying rented my farms I will on WEDNESDAY SEPT 23 1003 fol10lllng Dnrbambulltow with pigs about IS acres of corn laid la Intbuponybuggytome shelled oats 3 set+ ot baggy haroess 1 teatdrillandkitchen110 and under cash In hand over that amount credit till January 1 1004 SAM 81OONAMOIIE seTo The Farmers of Lincoln theetofactorsuch ar you would want to use In your own homes Let all come wo can cantor qi1109LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or soil forma will well to see us We have a number of One Lincoln and adjoining county farms t anvonehatLlrerpgPUBLIC I will sell at public Kuctlon at the E D Kennedy term two miles wet of McKln nev on TUESDAY OCT 13 1903 Tde following described property One yearold mule l2 pear mule 1 fam lip horse 1 saddle horse 40 hogs 2 milk COWl 1 good bull 3 heifers Household and kitchen furniture including a newsowlng machine Good portion of the furniture Is new and all Is In good repairs 30 acres of corn In field and a lot of hays 1 good two plolharDeharness and wagon harness Terms made known on day ohale Bn1eDegloss lit 0 A t W D TANNER McKinney Ky bePUBLIC SALE I I will cell at public auction at my place on Hawkins Branch 2 X miles from titan ford onjAt 10 oclock A M the following personal property towlt Two cow + and calves 1 combined 4yearold mare S bogs 7 shoats 1 sow and pigs 0 acres of corn In field 1 buggyI ofIraylure Terms mode known on day of sale J W CRUTOHFIELD Stanford Ky A M Bourne Auctioneer SALE AND RENTAL I will sea at auction on the promt ses at On mn Dick Roblnion Garrard coon ly on THURSDAY SEPT 51 1003 At 10 oclock A w the following personal property One pair 7yearold mare mules standardba1 floe English Berkshire boar 1 corn shrodder 1 large Lightning liny Baler new 1 cutting harrow 1 McOormlck binder 1 hay rake 1 mower 1 hemp machIne 1 Disc shut0furI wagon good as new 1 rubber tire carriage harnessatKentucky disc drills 1 fertilizer and 1 10 bolo drill 1 set blacksmith tools t set carpenter tools 1 piano and entire household and kitchen furniture also 9 or 6 docen thoroughbred welts Plymouth stock chick acmebatk v will RENT FARM OF 216 ACRES Of as fertile laud In Canard county In an elegant state of cultivation and containing some of tho bet hemp and land tn andtorteon a ing of y rooms with all necear outbulld ing flnilclans stables and abundance of good fresh water HRS NANNIE W OWENR l T D English Auct iii tir Watch Our Windows For the Fall Styles j 1 You will miss the best things if 1 ilOvcrcoatsbought more goods than ever this s time and it is our aim to sellmore + The kind we have bought is the kindfyou will want Come in and look over 0111 stOok It will pay you i 4e Cummins a McClary l 11 s a 1 a i S HERE TFIEYARE1 Fall and Winter Goods Lines complete Come and see them while they are fresh Terms Cash HJMRobertsi f t I f I 1 ZEIGLERS SHOES Possess more good qualities than other shoes at the same price i 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 tind seethe Fall J903 styles SEVERANCE SON OIL STOVESIw stst r RefrigeratorsWater Coolers Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Poultry Netting Smooth and Darb Wire Grass and flesh Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS f f THE DRUGGIST i i Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Jm Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xnttred n the pottoffice at Stanford at eondelau matter Tt 71haTu elayaeaFt1QaTt- AT PER YEAR CASH geT Whin not opaldssaOO will beeharged I I I KNOXVillE DIVISION 02 Tntn going North 101 p S- JfiliS 026e I II M 025II II south No 23t FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Bcvetanco Ylll rent foroneormareyearsJ THE Joseph Price Infirmary is all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic dlteases and for con saltation Hoard and shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must tp paid promp- tlyUMBRELLAS Recoverod and repaired and made almost as good as now for n small amount I can fix your umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for less money Gave me a trial v1 FKASK ATKINS Stanford iceB TraHlort DIALtRg IN Whisk Brandu Wines Beer nar Etc KYIII 1 D Wedren Insurance fluent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New companlln the 818171063512Surplus 19136018 Casey Garrard and Lln coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentuokv I o Mammy Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of incoln and iasey who may be seeking Insurance against biro Lightning trod Tornado None but the 8tron et and bet Old Llne Com represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone a- 3Stanford Kentucky For Lift or Accident Insurance apply to I Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitablestrongest in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness a a 1 ED10RDS BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE IsM +watMesa- llowA complexion dizziness biliousness a tongue are common indications and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they are give immediate warning by pain but liver and kidney troubles- though loss painfulat the start ate much to cure Thedfords never fails to benefit diseased liver and weakened kid neys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the and Rue It is a certain preventive of cholera and Briphts disease the With kidneys reinforced by Thedforda Black Draught thousands of persons have immune in the midst of yellow fever Many families live in perfect health and have no other doctor than Thedforda Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive of a doctor Mullins S c March 10 1901 have used Thcdfordi BlackDriught for three years and have not togo to a doctor since have bun taking lL It Is the but medicine for me that Is on the market for liver and kidney troubles and dyspepsia and other complaints Rev A 0 LEWIS 7A LLIMMlr PA VKE1t S HAIRBALSAM I Cttn lRmwttl a loiortaQt Never rail to lltxtorw Oral Youthful Color Cum rIJr hair togatvindi uu Jhum NEW LIVERY STABLES BUSES x SON Prori JUNCTION CITY KY a FlntOlasj Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Mon and nay For Salt Mason HotelM- RS 0 D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Potters meet all trains 69 I J La Beazley Co Undortakers and- Embalmers Diitias itr FumltureMnttlnjjSjRuRS hey will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTION NOTICE II Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April 1903 lion James 1 Ballet presidingwIth the following Justices of tbe- peace to A O Smith F n Compton and W D Wallin Whereas at the February term 1003 of the Lincoln Circuit Court the jnry- Impaneled for satd court condemned ana declared present court house building insufUclent for purposes for which Itwai Intended and unsaf for occupancy and dl rected that such action be taken as necee nary to remedy the defects and avoid the danger complained of In saldreport of said grand jury and whereas said report ot ald grand jury bas been presented to this court tor consideration and the same having been considered now therefore the whole court sitting It is considered the court that the public convenience and safety and tho preservation of the public records require that the present unsafe and inadequate court house be and a new one erected on the present court house lot and It Is so ordered An appropriation of 10000 for this pur pose is subject to the approval of the legal voters of Lincoln county to bo ascertained as hereinafter directed and as required by law For the purpose of providing thus appropriated the object as aforesaid It Is ordered that 40 one thousanddollar bonds of tho county of Lincoln be prepared as the law directs executed sold and payable to bearer at the Lincoln County flank of Stanford Kentucky that laid bonds be divided Into four series of 810000 each designated series A B 0 and D respectively Series A to mature In Ore years at the option of the court after three Tears Serifs D to mature In eight years payable at the option of the court after five years Series Cr to mature In 10 years payable at the option of the court after year Series D to mature In 14 years payable at the option of the court after 12 years of shall bear Interest from tho date of said bonds at the rate ot 3 per cent per annum semiannually the Lncoln Coun- ty1Satlonalllank of Kentucky said interest coupons attached to each bond which coupon bo signed by the county clerk only and he llall keep a list of eel said bond showing the numbers dates amount time due to which shall be carefully saidfondsvalue raId bonds shall be prlildlng Ju go of the county court and- countersigned the county clerk of the county It Is further ordered by this court that before the bonds above mentioned shall be Issued the proposition to Issue same shall be submitted to the voters of Lincoln county and an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at each ot the several precinct In Lincoln county at the regular election to bo held In November 1903 which said election docs not occur within days from the date of this order at which said election November 1003 the appro directedpalabove voters of the county for their approval or rejection and M it shiny of Lincoln hereby directed to adver use said election nod the object thereof for at least M days next before be day thereof by hand bills posted up at three of the most public places In precinct and at tilt ount seat election shall beheld ly and conducted by tho ofltcersof said regular election In November IMS In each nrectact of said county and during the hours rll1lred to ho d electlon for county officers and election shall be held and conducted lu all respects under the general election law obtaining to thin Common wealth at the time Mid election Is hem The yeas and nay being demanded on the above order Justice of the Peace J A Dudderar voted yea Justice of the Pence F IL Compton voted Justice of the Trace O A Smith voted yea Justice Ofthe Peace W I Wulllu voted you A Copy Attest CEO B CO PBR Clerk Lincoln County Court By Eph P PennIngton U 0 Special term Lincoln county decal court hold Sept 1003 lion James P Balloy judge with the following named justices of the peace to wit J A lJudduar n L Hensley D Wallln and F It Compton Wbetens at this court at Its regular April term held April7 lies entered an order which Is recorded In order book No 3 pages ITS to ISO Inclusive of the orders of said court directing bonds to be sold for the purpose of buildIng a new court house and that an election be held on said proposition tad whereas said order directs that bonds boar Interest at the rate of 3 percent per annum payable semiannually Now therefore It that so much of said order as directs that said bonds bear 3 pur cent tMrannuminterest bo set aside cart celled and hold for naught and that said bonds be Issued to bear cent payable semi annuallyandasotherwitedirected in mid order entered as Is further ordered that this order bo published in the iNTEmouJoDHNAU a newspaper pub KyICOOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court i Or E V IINMSOTUS D 0 asGa a SamIN THE ESTIMATION OF OUR BEST PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL Of ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF CONSTIPATION HyonsLaxative SyrupIs made of Ctscara Sicradi and other drugs that are equally as beneficial la the treatment of indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 and Sec Bottles Ask your Druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Store BELKNAP WONT ANSWER ToI What His Course Would Be As Granting Pardons To Goe bels Assassins FRANIFORT KY Sept HWe lice the attempt of Col Belknap to dodge the question of tho pardon ot Gocbela murderer Ono would expect as much from a politician but for a man who claims not to be a politician wo would naturally expect a straight forward answer That silly Interview which appeared In tho Louisville Herald In which he it quoted at saying that be would give all applications for pardons a careful consideration Is not worthy of a man who Is a candidate for the position of governor There Is no excuse for such an answer If Boll sleep la not posted on the evidence coo nected with that murder It Is high time he Is studying the evidence Delknap lacks the courage to answer that ques tion To gay that he believes them guilty Is to conytct the republican party of murder and to say that bo does not believe them guilty Is to excuse some of tho best republicansof perjury It Is an awful affair to be so that you have to either accuse the party ot swearing away the lives of Taylor and the rest of that crew or else you have to admit the murder of Goebel by too republican party There Is no choice It Is murder either way The republi can party Is either guilty of the mur der of Goebel or else they are guilty of perjury and the murder of every man convicted of that murder and Col Belt nap has not the courage to say which be believes lobe the fact We have been noticing the Louis ville Times calling Col Belknap snowball and have been wondering where bo resembled sqow but ILl very plain fresh It It spoilersnow When enow Is but as tho soot and dirt falls upon It It leaves the prints which lasts as long as the snow lays upon the ground Many years ago the firm of Delknap Co entered business with a reputation as white as tho snow Today the soot and dirt of a few confessed Indictments stain their reputation The question today Is to choose between two parties Upon ono eldo is Gov Beckbara with a reputation that has never been questioned a man whose administration Is admitted by every one friend and foe to have been a success and tha very worst that oven his most bitter enemies have said against him Is that he made a mistake la Issuing a pardon That Is a reputation to be proud when you cart find a like that you man with a reputation can surely trust him Now look at bill opponent Here you have a man who represents a party convicted by promi lent members of the party that he rep resents of having plotted and planned the assassination of Gov Goebel with as little remorse as a farmer would ex hibit when he was making arrange menU to kill bis bogs Here you have a man who has not the manhood to say whether or not be will pardon tbe murderers a man who evades the question every time he has been asked If he will oardon them Bere you have a man whoso flrm has pleaded guilty to tho violation of the law and has ben fined for having violated that law Hero you hays the vice president of that flrm who is retaining In their employment n man who has violated the law In more than one Instance No wonder that you can not got an expression from Col Delknap on tbe question of what bo will do about pardoning people who violated the law when his firm keeps employment wbo has a man In their violated the law In behalf of bis firm On one side we have Deckham freely oiling yOU what ho will do when an application made for a pardon for murder on the other band we have Dtlknap evading tbe question every time It Is put to him on one side wo havo Beckham who can tell you when be U shipping guns or wagons on tbe other we have a man claiming to be a hardware merchant and Is fined by tbe courts because his firm dont know the difference between shotguns and wa gons On one side we have Beckham who recognizes everybody on the oth who only knows tho er we have a man members of society Wo dont like to get off of the sub ject but while we think of it did you over see anything resemble the prepa ration that a farmer makes for killing hogs like the assasalnallon of Goebel v A farmer will say to his men Now Dill you got the knives and grind them Sam you build the tire and beat tho water etc tI Taylor and hs cre said Youtsoy you borrow the rIBe tend oil and get some steel bullets one C of you get a man to do the butchering I will get the pardons ready It Is a grim picture but It is as true as If It was painted with the brush of an arM tilt Vox POIULI OTTENHEIM Miss Eugenie Schanxenbach has turned to Stanford to enter school after spending vacation at home Mrs B Scomltz whllo driving a team ot horses was thrown from the wagon aod unfortunately bad a leg broken Garland Adams Is stepping higher than any blind horse that ever went through town over the arrival of a line girl at his house Andrew Johnson did some good preaching and souliavlng work at Sugar Grove Miss Whitely of WII more furnished tho music B C Anderson and wife and Master Rayman Anderson of Brodhead spent Sunday with F L Davis and family Jesse James son of Henry James Is seriously Miss Anna Manne and mother were ot Ottenholm visiting Mies Eugene Scbanzenbach The sisters of tbe Catholic faith have opened their school Mr Wm Link and family have returned from Kaywlck Mies Margaret Bless who has been visiting her parents here will return to Cincinnati soon Simon Petry who has been very ill Is convalescent J A James was suddenly called away U Missouri on account of the death ol Wolford Diction his son lolaw Stomach Trouble 1I have been troub ed with my atom aob for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days ago I was Induce to buy a box ol Chamberlaluf Stomacl and Liver Tablets I have taken part them and feel a groat deal better I you have any trouble with your stomacl Tablets You are certry a box of these with the result Prici taln to be pleased 26c For sale by W N Craig J+ G+ McGMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Doalearln 3AENESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Alen aCbe e Dropsy Female i Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you It nocewmry write Dr 1 onnet lie has spent a life tlmo curing jut suet cases as yours All consultations Froe For years I had backache severe pains scenes kidneys and scalding urine could not set out of bed without help Tbo use of Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache euro re stored me O WAGONER Knobsvllle Ia Druggists 50c II Ask for Cook Iiook Free STVITUSDANG TroublesCURE Pure Cure Circular I Fenner Fredonla rI L R Hughes Secretary 6 Treasurer Control Kentucky Real Estate Exchange lk TITLE CO Stanford Ky No IUoIIO and lot m KunforJ file roomtb l porch In the rear goal garden rood nelghbornood clwe to churches and school Uood tor null fam fly 1riceSSJO No 11100111 and lot In Stanford Houae con aim flre rnoini uooj itablt and S scrni of land well fenced One ofpreuleat building lota In toniroom enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 story front could be built to the cottage and be thewballd lIDirectors J B Paxton Jll Owsley n Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Hank h I Trust Company continuouslyfor and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beno clalI First National BankStanford 11I Capital Stock 50POO This institution was originally established as tha Deposit Hank of In 1151 then reorganized u the Naylonal tank of Stanford In 188S and again reorganized as the First National nark of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting DuslnttI promptly and well than ever before In its long and hogonble oarcer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I tho interest of J Warren Mocker in the business of Craig Hockcr A continuance of your patronage be e ciated an of prompt and cflicicnt service hero given Those indebted to the firm favor mo by settling their accounts WILL N CRAIG to Craig h lock or 1 No SHOOM and lot la Stanford ThiN roemi and Ironl reb OooJ garden and alibi Good repair Will bwld lei7IIMM and In SUnford stories S rooms Ocod garden amok arid cal hoaan miles treat Stan lord on county road M terse a taltlTaUon urea In pasture 2 good rrksrda and rest In Umber TV small eoltacn good barn and oulbalMlop wrll valrrvd and lowing fairly good Hare esn be eelecnwryoutbelldlspea4taarodspea4taaro Alilarget IMS stororoum361 room esple- with eunanahdteN0 In dalllnalld- oteroe altO cistern al well lee S1I1o back ott r 08e mile lies N1aYrd to tepleaeldwU1eg ortgially IIl1tlolllrI ssdwrorertt9e sell both or will rent or tell Mjxntolr tio 11110 t mil or Crab Orcbart Ky Brick dwelllag s room two tmait boum two tents welt udnac nest dwdlleg Farm la high itau of calttfattoo 150 serve river beau teal gout frnclng frail etc Trice 1S7M IB toes No llooeerseol lon LaoeuterStreet no Ii- nprovemeauutytlargalnck abundance of altelo IrUe WWO No 19 fei srruof land near Crab Orchard cheep tiu20 Two sterv hens 9 rooua ballT nn la It arm ipUodtd laad aJJ lnlnitlo Kunlord rnp arty In good repair rater gal UhU In hwu eta Urn atdoor Itrauttfal hone lMeenUW- No SI Dwelling of Iroonawllb 20 acre land in Mortlind Uood tan amt nennury out lIld lop 2 wells la ipltntlld orchard and 1 saris In atrawterrlee Immediate pomiMlon 1ritelXR- No i Dehtacrnef land and rwettory tram house In P rachetIN Ky Hal all nrcttury wl balding IsweaatnaJ MUtan awl few log In Pool repair aitj Is dnlfab e fiowe Price i its eTen gal OfIe1u1f acres ef lent nke two story seven room frame dwelling Slere room sa a ilk room to ky o Gao4 ware Horn nut to aloe e iS by r Barn ant bMckMKh atop tS by 40 three lUe itaU wagon home by so voting booth tbltaccllon Teneumt house by l two rue I Wdl Aoese by u also as open cell Large I f general mrchanJlle AI or this rur1y Is In can be t Mght at a bergalnNa51Aarmof1r16serve In Llocoln county Then good dwelling I good bund other out llotach bouie barn eta about the rental of IM serve All on county road tt mile from ehurcb school sod Lays well and well watered flu la a good tobacco and would wit two or tbre faulllre that mlgbt want to come trora tbe aame nelgbliorhood Price reasonable Ho tsllfouraaodanacrvsof land In McKln ner Nrreeeary outbulldlniO Fencing and well watered Will tell this place on eaij terua No M Frame betel large room double Terms du hallway Eta A large 2 ilory tore roon fronting street M feet trm hotel up stairs suite bIfrd lug 2nleeeottsgeenicely furnlthrd papered and painted room veranda each AI large on same lot used aa liver atable garden lot Iululn M feet front by ftdllp K and la a one chance tot seine one to mate money 1or hat refused to rent property fur ste per month Onaecounlof wife only- realen groelllni proprietor dlOl to nebnltat farm In Lincoln county NolloueandSS acre ol laud within lit mile of Stanford HOUM roaulea Eve rows veranda etc newly paloteJ larps new boa rune erll granary ele All iHilldlBH sod seeing In Welt watered Thli U a lea- ldninljehora lrlee111W Va4Macr tHMr Juwbo imacree In ruin ratlen test la tlwlwr dwetltnew plane Ave of them new twutotaec barns and kegs slat Urn black mlth bop stable etc Young orchard Strraun ruts thrvugh lice On neatly nud amt I rllIIp 0 wliol ehureh and fn 11iwljbburhood 1x11 sell or exchange at reuonab- hNall Twoatory sereB roes frame dwelling Ttraada ete One deny atorerooiu twiMk two blackimlih shop tenant house neW orlb bury building new aod fencing In SneaUape all of tbe property k HuetonflUe Kyandwewill soil 1t u a whole or sell hlsee 1f Well at oath talle and elatera jrt house For prices additM the alwre named He retary tin MmI 011lS urn In Casey enlothero- utbuildings story frame dwelling two good barns In good reIr NIIrndld tobacco land and In goof community A bargain at Sf00 No 5TFarmofllSacrra la Casey andold new two story t room frame dwelling dwelling in hams end other out buildings On county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two iprlng etc The ti a atrable home lace f VO No Twoatory seven worn frame dwelling Terandas Ac and sires of land In larrard county Large barn and all other nee usrv outbuild Ingi Church and school house right at deer There la also a large store room on preialaei con Urgeclau tock of general mer Tb11 a bulo nd located attrues plkseand rum 112000 m 515004 amount to about per wells and a cistern on gnu all the are do ne tit Will tell the property tock of goodteputeITor wilt exchange andI both fur II Ipltndld ailS for any one wishing logo Into biulncae Officers B U BI K8it J J B OW9LCrOasfilsr Iw M lIlUOllTj Officers J IIOOKKR Prest J tcIlOIlEUT9 Chr W II WEAKEN B1- cprDlreolors t F Held Danville L TYIIarrli Stanford J B cooker Stanford MaKFnneySi 811 Haugbman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Iloblnton Hubble L II llaufcbman Stanford W P Tate gfanfordy NOTICEhave purchased will appre assurance is will greatly I ro4FarraofMacrwJU iCnbhehardoppoitp grata AllofthbpropertyIaiDLondon warehouM chandler Prealdenttw Hill IICyISucceflor Ibllmapi onutuepikeastotkofgenenlmerchandiaenbaler foM To lleehel fOOd fer aale lit r ptr UschnlisStanWrdleekreasonsIAalttlStanlerd7II 800 will asH Ir I1tA orlIIT A farm of lta aerr Dear lUitontttle OaaIttllnILN dweUls c outI i tatpeaNo U MKarreaef toad In IlockrattU for sale IrIreemrensawell wtInroo repair 11llalIIOU bllmesaniSee I propertyNofenetagandkaoofandoogoelroaded KyOa i IIItIYtloaacbuol to171ceonly1 nud 00 Nose to churches tetalnreaary oulbulldlngt Ktlra Urge barn all IB iplrwlld repair lleuae newly iialated ami eunr barnletArtanuiriver saleorNo 1A tare oflfSecreefoci mllea from Stan redfnt t olltlldl A aplendkt blue graa farm and only hlarnuljoIlolCden Weohribis at IS7M 0IndrlralrlrlallJOKyFrameoutbulldlagt acre In eultlratlon rut In tile JUltotlreooDoulandwunjty rico 450 No Fang or iSs seer dear llrodhead Nke DdItorlulewell watered Will tell fet II am or exchange cvuntyNo mile trout SomersetrKyrut In mecca flelda Forty serve DweUItgrnlaleseven t 180didNo ass sera el unlaiproied land la Iron oalreneounlyNo area In leaned county ttmotbyelllvrbrplIDiII w llt pool and-tuancbesthrough land II rich and productive grow heitip and tobacoo Hewly rat ardImprovemenlsdwelling In each rooInUIeellar housebarnlo good neighborhood peer church school depot houseIbispier Stanfondvvtxnda Hood barn and other nllllnl In goal repair Cu In tlz Sell well fenced Oem In IIrlIIIlaht au Imaoldat liargalu Close to school church Irlee fI1 per acre Land adjoining told for lid and lU Tblt It a bargain Nol M acre gxxl land Two story six room dwelling iiarn siiiokt Whole place in + ten welt watered end betiding In goal eondl don I i lee Wooo No U Seten room dwelling good cellar sad acmliod Ncrcr falling well od tprlng Fencing and outbulldloEi In ral condition place lamllyNo land In fjncoln county Two story 9 room stun realdenc 3 tenant houses barn room for over 240 head ol took and all other neccaaary outbuilding all In good relalr Cloae to church shay psttoffice railroad sod In eood neighborhood 400 arise In cultlratlon ret In graat and etc This It an Ideal country home Laa all conTinlances on place Pulingprin