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J SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL tVOL XXXI ISTANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 19038 A M NO 59 J BEREA BILL BECKNER Tho Wlnchcitcr Democrat gore for Boron Dill Becknor of whom Senator Dock remarked tbat tie had seen doz I oni of pictures of Judas Iicarjot no two of which wero alike yet all looked like Dill Dcckncr Tho reason his home paper takes him to task If tbatbe made three false statements at least la his MunfordifHie speech at follows IIConlr2 That In Winchester Yonlsey Is be r hOt11tbatho will get a pardon If Oov Beckbam li ro elected Tbo Democrat In contradiction of tbo dm falsehood says he was only given a ibort term In Congress to Oil the va cancy caused by the death of lion Marcus LUle after Joe Kendall hud beaten him for tho succeeding fall term Continuing the paper tayi tbatI t In 1800 lleckner was again a candidate r for the nomination and after making a thorough canvass of the district mak ing strong free silver speeches when over and wherever he thought that course necessary 16 secure votes h was defeated for the nomination at tbo Deattyvltlo convention by non Thos Y Fitzpatrick In 180S Clark county s F candidate for Congress was Bun John E Garner The conveolion Will held at We t Liberty The mi Y Pupil t rick was the nominee ot that conven tion ID that convention Oeckoer wa chairman of the committee on resolu dons which were adopted and which endorsed the Chicago platform of 1800 j and strongly endorsed Mr Bryan The next we hear of old Berea la that ho wai icandidate for the repub leas nomination for Congress for which ho was defeated In 1802 be wa a receptive candidate but John G While landed tbo plum This very of tectlvely refutes falsehood No 1 No 2 Is as easily disposed of and the Democrat does so ai follows ills state meat that In Winchester You tie believed to have fired tbo shot that killed Goebel Is as far from the truth as his other statement unless ha refers to those who were glad that Cobol was killed and at first refused to be convinced that Uoebel was killed and then professed to believe that Jack Cblnn killed him and then claimed that none of them were guilty and wh denounced the officials of the State for trying Youtsey and who now believe that Youtsey committed the unpardon able sin when bo told the truth aDd confessed that the killing of Goebel was thd result Of V conspiracy on the part of Taylor Powers and other republican leaders Falsehood No 3 U shown by the Democrat which says Wo do not boo 1 llevo that Judge Bccknor can name a single respectable person In or out of Winchester friendly or unfriendly to Youtsey who bas ever boasted or ex pressed the belief that Gbv Deckbam will pardon YouUey and we do not be love that Judge Beckner himself on tertalns such belief The truth Is that YolJi d 13 make a con tension to Gay Beckha and the governor refused to listen his statement but told him that he need not make a confession with any t hope of getting a pardon from him Ev erybody knows this slid Judge Beckner knows It too Where tbo non Berea Bill Is kaox perhaps It Is a waste of space to gtv the above but for the benefit of those who do not know the character of the man wbo sought and obtained tbo ro publican nomination for attorney gen eral wo want to show him up In ht truo light A few years ago ho was a ranting free sllverlto Ho was a date ocrat for revenue only end when the revenue was not forthcoming ho became tbo vilest kind of a republican unstable as water not as easy to place w as the Irishmans Ilea and wlthlrallor and renegade written all over his taco this modern Judas Iscarlot has been taken Into full fellowship by the leader of the republican party because is e of the atoll that they are mado Docent republicans wont touch him with a 40foot polo and If perchance ho should bo elected oven the meaner re publicans would bo ashamed of him Tho Proper Treatment for Sprained Ankle Ai n rule a man will feel satisfied it bo can hobble around on crutches two o three weeks after spraining bla ankle and it is usually two or three months before he has fully recovered This is an unnecessary loss of time for In many cases oJIn which Chamberlains Pain Balm lias been promptly and freely applied a com plelo cure has been effected in less than f f ono weeks time and In some cues with- In three days For tale by W N Craig Wm Smith of Bourbon county sold his wheat at the thresher at t5 Tel I Is the best price that has been paid In Kentucky this season LAND STOCK CROPS ETC lET Pence sold a bunch of hojs at- bo a Seed rye for sale A M Feland Stanford 3t J P Bubble void to W A Colley a bunch of hoifs at Ho W A Cutloy sold to D 0 Allen 22 828pouod cattle at 3c Dan Paten the worlds fattest pacer valued for taxation at 1201 M n El more sold to W G Shanks 30tmo strip Ivy FOR SALE12 extra ilsugbmant1uetonville FOR SALE Pedigreed Poland Chi na boar Heady for service W M Bright Stanford Mark HaroTn said to Jacob Slaver MyerselzMcCheiney easily defeated ThePck et9arrol Reids horse In a special race at Gravesend George W Outran of Perryvllle sold his farm Of 240 acre to his son John pagan for 116000 FOR SALE 12 acres of tern In field calfeG W Lunsfordj Mllledgevlilea Fort SALE Berkshire boar three gilts bred find three not All subject to rpglter Mark Hardlo Stanford FOR SASE 1000 bushels yellow uhz teed wheat and ttiy arllnqmules 0 mares Col Uo Hedge 4teMark Hardln sold to T J God bey of Casey three 60pound Berkshire shbats for 125 and to J B Foster a bunch of bogs at Go W S Gloreand Louis end Dudley Bryant bought of j A Bhutllewprth the Duke farm of 316 acres on the Lobs anon pike 2i milts from Danville e t 1105 A year ago Mark Bardln sold W 0 MoKlnneya Berkshire sow for 125 Last week be bought her back togeth er with her offspring since that times for t80 James A Hulett sold 10 yearling mules to Mercer county parties at 170 Ernest Duncan sold to same parties 170CJessamine Journal Thorn le a drove of wild hoar running at largo la Knox county that Is probe bly tho largest drove of such animals bo0 bcad and all largo and fierce Stlgall Bros sold at Perryvllle 30 hogs averaging 160 pounds to J 0 Johnstone at 510 per 100 Joo Mo Orwell of Perryvllle sold to Gentry 70 cattle at 5c They average 1400 Ibs News J A Shutiloworih of Louisville sold to Mr A G McConloy of Boon o county his Gentry farm located on the Lebanon plloabout ono millS from Danville The farm contains about 205 acres and was sold for 810500 Judge John W Hughes sold his mug nlflcent Salt river farm of 642 bane In Mercer to John Horn forl35600 udgo Hughes will mako Harrodsburg bl I home but will spend most of his time on bis rice plantation In Texas mThe practice of turning cows o yoaJJK T0 la the fall Is a good one but the ground Is very wet damage mayresult Grazing tbo ryo provides lato green food but while tbo rye field may bo used for cows In the fell thqv should not be turned on too early mudn tao rye as dry foc d In spring to tbo yourigryoA Records Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It hat been In uie for over 30 years during which time many million bottles love 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 which it failed to effect a cure When given as soon as tbo child becomes hoarse or even ai soon as the croupy cough appears It will pro vent the attack It is pleasant to tao many children like it It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a babr as to an adult For sale by W N Craig 1Tho Puloskl bledlc4lSoclet- at a jjeseut meeting adopted resolutions calling on the county attorney to proa ocuto all persons who are practicing- r medicine illegally and unregistered and soiling secret nostrums for the euro of cancer and other diseases Tbo county attorney U oleo asked to prose cuto all druggists who are dispensing cough mixtures and other compounds sold under alleged special formulae and collecting feea for samo For a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and LITer Tablets and a quick euro is certain For sale by W N Craig Newportdied rCRwmMp6lu4air e MIDDLEBURG Born to tbo wife of Aaron Coleman democratIlsy Ferrell filled his pulpit at Rocky Ford Sunday Corn cutting and sorghum making seem to bo engaging the attention qf most farmers Just at present The rural freo dellverysubjeci seems to have subsided for tbo present but It Is to be hoped will some day be a reality acctGented with coal ran over bis foot badlyI msshloglt W P Wesley has moved to his Indian creek farm and Robert Cowan hat moved Into the property recently pur chased and vacated by Wesley Tbo citizens of North Mlddleburcr Needmore are making an effort for the establishment of a post office which will be of great convenience to the patrons of tbo north end Frank L Lyon aged 22aDd Miss ilaeclo Benson sweet 16 were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the residence of John Wells on Doe creek Rev Hardln Newell tied the connubial knot Rev L R Goibay Is attending the M a Conference at COlo lon and as- a consequence there wore no services at that church Sunday His many friends are very desirous of his return to tae pastorate for the coming year Miss Cordle Hubble Is very sick with malarial fever but It Is to be hoped not seriously Nathan Hicks 1s convalescing from a siege of typhoid fever There Is considerable sickness In the neighborhood though no serious eases School Is progressing very nicely at- M N C Under tbo able tutorship of Prof J W Davis and his most efficient Msslstant Mrs Davis There are over 100 pupils enrolled and seemingly much Interest Is being taken on the part of both pupil and parent A veritable drouth lion hero no rain having fallen for several weeks Many farmers are either driving their stock to the river or are hauling water to them Pastures aro drying up and stock ponds aro dry Green river Is lower thau It has been this season J K Coffey having some needed repairs made to the dam of the old water mill here This old mill Is not only an old land mark of Mlddleburg but of this entire section It having been erected during the early part of the 10th century Mlddleburg was known as Coffeys Mill for many years Jack Frost visited Mlddleburg Fri day night It being bis Initial ripof the season though be was seen In nth er parts of the county Thursday night It Is not thought that anything Is seri ously damaged except tender vegota lion though there are hundreds acres of lato corn that will be with heavy frost The republicans are taking considerable Interest In the coming primary o October 3 when a candidate for circuit clerk will be nominated James Glbo ny the present Incumbent and Jason Wesley are the only contestants both of whom are making hay while tbo sunshine The muddle In the represen tatives race Is yet unsollled Capt E Pelley ot Dunnvlllo still claiming to bo the regular nominee The democracy of Casey Is more har monious and united thaw It hoe boas for 10 years though our party has been pesthbolters and traltos dad wouldbo lead ers Wo donfknow of a single dome crat this year who will out enthusias tically support the ticket from Beck bam down Tbo Casey democracy united enthusiastic sod determined Tbo speeches of Gov Bcckbam an Congressman James were just what the party needed and that it will prove ef feotlvo goes without saying Tho par ty Is very much Interested just at pres enL In the candidacy of the Hon Hal Iln Hurt of Columbia for circuit judge lover H C Baker a renegade demo nat Though the judicial district Is republican from 2000 to 2800 It Is claimed with the dUsallsfacllon engen dered in the late BakerMiller race that tho democrats have a fighting chance We trust that a bright day Is In store for the mountain democracy A Costly War Achineeesa eo dejcaddtion a yoke upon cost the Dutch 200000000 and has been conducted eo privately that hardly anybody out ldtl has heard anything about it It Is now over they principal sultan having laid his turban at tho foot of the principal Dutchman con cerned and the soiL Sumatran airs spice laden now broatbo ot concord It Is time high that the dovo of peace should descend there the hope rather than the expectation being that Its roost may correspond In duration with Its protracted absence New York Tri bune s LANCASTER Rain to still badly needed Heavy frosts were seen In this lac all ty durlog the cool spell Isaac Hamilton has rented tbo An derson for house another year Tho Ladles Aid Society meets next Saturday afternoon with Mrs W A PriceISuttpnefarm i 3300Elder Tinders floe sermon Sunday How to Get On was highly commended shippedthe last few days t A grand gold medal contest will be one of the Interesting features Of the W C T 11 convention J W Hendrlcks Of Paint Lick has bought W Wards livery stable in thisI city and will move here Demand for houses to rent Is greater than the supply and even now thy aro being engaged for next year Dr J S Gilbert of Shelby county has located In Lancaster and formed a partnership with Dr Burnett A Negro woman was fined 850 and 10 days In Jail for having beer In her pos j session with Intention of selling It i Capt T A Elkin has rented bis farm and country residence known as The Maples to James House and contemplates a removal with his family Into Lancaster An altercation near Potts Mill Friday resulted in John C Masters killing Whittaker with a knife Ell Williams also receiving a wound The fraoae occurred on the Madison side and the quarrel came up over a barn Charles Doty ot Lexington but formerly of this place cut his hand and U was feared amputation of the arm would be necessary as he was threaten ed with blood poisoning His condition Is now somewhat Improved ttov J E Woolford the Baptist minister has just closed a meeting In Clark county and has gone to bead to hold a revival Mr Woolford finishes a three years pastorate hero tbo let of October and contemplates a removal north W H Klnnalrd has returned from Columbus Ohio Eld F M Tinder Mrs Wm Burnett Misses Sollle and Mattle Elide Elizabeth Brown Ethel West and Nell Johnston are attending the State convention of the Christian church at Parts Hot Shot For Renegade Owens Replying to an attack Gov Beckham delivered the following hot shot to the major In his old home Saturday Enmity and censure aro a guaran toe of any mama honesty and respceta hasdon my action lp the collection of these claims thefuntil the last year or two be was a rea ident here nor would it be proper for me to refer to so contemptible a obar actor except for the fact that he was chairman and spokesmen of the late re badnap to do the blackguarding for Him ills attacks upon me have no weight hero or any where else that he Is known for his depravity Is so deep that his abuse has no effect among those who know him except to commend the object of his attacks to their good opin ion He appeals to the young men of the State to join him In aiding the re publican ticket when It Is a fact well countyslived hero ruined more youngmen than any other man over did That all tbo people of Kentucky magkoowhlmasthagoadpaoploofthlacounty brazen forehead and call attention to the fact that he is the same man whom William Goebel accurately described and as you well know him to be as the most notorious and conscienceless black leg In tho State He Is now a fugitive from the scorn and of the good people et Ibis county whose ov cry sense of virtue and morallly be violated while he resided among you Ho had sink Into merited oollvlon In the dons of vice la the city of Louis yille when bo was recently dragged out to be made chairman of the repubflcaa convention and to vent his rage upon the democratic party by vilifying its candidates Sheriff Woodton McCbord of Clark county who arrested Curtis Jett for tbo Marcum murder arrested Charles Green at Lexington who Is an Impor tant witness In the Cpbkrell murder case Green testified that he saw Jon Bud two other men Ore at Cookqlll from a courthouse window at JacksOn Three prisoners awaiting sentence to prison terms for murder add escaped from the jail at Frankfort one of them having first split the bead of Deputy Jeller Merritt Williams with a bottle a i IiAWES 3 HAT NONE BETTER MADE For wearing quality and style they are thet equals of Hats that sell for nearly twice as much The Fall line In Stiff and Soft goods is now i complete New Shapes ll Cblti rra i T 0 iniLLEB Danville Ky THE GLOBEL Galvanized Guttering 1- r Fr House orB rn JOe Per Foot ss e J R HASELDEN Lancaster Kyi I j PURE VINEGARS impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is n mistaken idea however H J Heinz Co are perfectly reliable and supply pure foods only Their Vinegars fully comply with the Pure Food Laws not only Of every State in the Union but of every country in tho world Wo sell and place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz Malt Vinegar HeInz Plclrling Vin egar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food 4 V Products Come to HigginsMKiiiney STAN FORD KENTUCKY Invest In Paint Paint on your buildings Adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint t ip give8an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than i- tsst cQst and the best pnjnts these days go Ear oJ ther and last longer than ever beforek MastiC Mixed Paint Is the paint lo use In applying it you will learn Unit it covers moro surface than otherv 9 paints but ou must wait about Gve years to fully appreciate its QUALITY J Pennys Drug Storen WRIST BAGS Iyr r Ladies Pali ses and CaJdJfi j 2Cases Lowest PRICES k Just receive rIJot1 f ri seeelo o fitsse s J 1 W N CRAIG Pt Pharmacist t Successor to Craig A Rocker STANFORD KENTUCKY l t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL EC WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR tIIcinJIdjte for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party t GEO W DEBORD IIIa earuUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county sbbject t the action of tie demJaatk py T JEFF HILL SR- I It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject- to the action of the democratic rallY JESSE C LYNN Is acandtdate for sheriff of Lincoln county Subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS- I candidate for Jailer suMct to the action of the- ddDoaatlc party i WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS i Is a candidate for Sherlfi of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic patty A W CARPENTER Is a candidate lor Representative of Lincoln county subject lo the action of the party Democratic Ticket For Governor J C jr JJECK1IAM S For Lieutenant Gorernor W P TUORKE Fur Auditor of State S W UAOER For Treasurer jr ji 1308 WORTH For Attorney General r 2fBJIAYSl For Secretary of Stat- eS VMcCUESNEY Err Superintendent Public Instruction J 11 FUQUA V For Committioner of Agriculture f J 111VBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appealt IJ MORGAN CU1NN t For Railroad Commissioner MCS k C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge IP CObb BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN t For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Qepretentitlre J M ALVERSON It Lincoln county la not ID good con dltlon from a democratic standpoint ware badly fooled and it It does not go democratic In November we shall be surprised Inthe extreme We confi dently believe that Hone W Coot Bell Charles A Hardlo and Jesse M Alveraon will win by good majorities while we have no particle of doubt ol the State ticket being successful We have good reasons for taking eo opti mistic a view ofthe situation and our readers will find out when the ballots arecounted Nov 3rd that we diagnosed the political situation correctly In the meantime let every democrat keep at work sod put In a good lick for his party when the opportunity presents itself We ehbuld not be satisfied with simply a majority but make the defeat of the republicans so severe that they will hereafterabandon hope of getting 1 office In this good democratic section of 1 this magnificent democratic State w TilE democratic rallY at George- townf was one of the largest held since the opening of the campaign A great crowd of men were in tiDe of march to the grounds where Gov Beckham Congressman Rheaand Superintendent I H V McChesney spoke The enthus Seem in the crowd was unlimited A number of republicans were seated on the platform who signified their In tentlon of voting the democratic ticket The governor and Messrs Rbea and McChesnoy spoke to a large crowd at Paris at night A yTHErepubllcans have Issued their campaign It contains no reference to W S Taylor or Caleb cPowers but devotes eight pages to the war record of Col Morris B Belknap the gubernatorial nominee A big part of the book is taken up with biogra phies of the men on the republican i State ticket IT is not an argument that the temperance people will use that Wolf Welsman the oldest man In Now Jer sey never drinks water He la 101 old and does pot touch acqua pura Jyean7 once a month He takes wine andpeer t and truly believes that thoaa drinks have prolonged bis long life TILE typographical unions sire after j Cal Belknap to have his firm batrbt Ian only ualoa houses which has not been its custom Belknap Co have i Ignored unions and laborers generally but they will have to come to time now or geiont of the way t POLITICAL Dr W Godfrey Hurter will bd a candidate for the republican nomina Lion for Congress to succeed the late 4 Vincent Borelng of the llth district Bepubllcans who acknowledge tbe leadership former Gov Bradley are Indignant over the report that Dr W Godfrey Hunter is directing the State campaign 4I oJ Jlf Senator Hanna denies that ho will re sign as chairman of the National Re publican Commlttee Rolla K Hart was nominated for railroad commissioner by acclamation at Mt Sterling yesterday The Chinese Government will make a claim against the United States on account of Injuries received by Chi nese who were attacked by residents of Tonopah Nev- Representative John S Williams of Mississippi declares that the Iodlano la Incident Is not dead and In about log the KlIt oftlce President Roosevelt Violate the statutes of the United States State Senator George E Groan of New York has been arrested in coo nection with the postal scandal on two warrants one charging him with coo spiracy to defraud the Government in bribing George W Beavers and tho otherfor offering Bearers a bribe The Controller of tho Treasury has decided against the claim to pay for the Fourth Kentucky reglmept In the SpanishAmerican war The amount Involved Is about 150000 The ca- will be carried to the court of claims and If It fails there It will be taken be fore Congress i Hon C Ai Hardin has returned from a trip through Lincoln Boyle and Gar Card counties In the Interest of bib raceI for Commonwealths Attorney Mr Uardln says tho prospects for demo cratlo success were never brighter In those counties and they will roll up a big majority for the entire ticket in November Harrodsburg Democrat The Somerset Journal pays this just tribute to Hon Vincent Boreing the dead Congressman Strong In his con sclous strength faithful untiring the mountains of Kentucky had no more devoted and valued friend than Via cent Boreing His death is1 a distinct loss to Kentucky and today she has ice eon of ability and devotedness lest wboee place It were difficult to nil As a practical developer of her resources of mind heart and material wealth hla loss will be seriously felt An a mem I ber of the American Congress with ri pening experience and a will to ac compllsb much for the district which he creditably represented It Is a sad dispensation of Providence which re moves him thus suddenly from the scene of his official honorsand trlumpa YrCourt began yesterday MYfC C Williams went to Win heater Saturday and returned by way of Lexington to see his daughter Mist Rlssle Bros Owens and Todd closed a very successful weeks meeting at Buckeye Sunday Quite a large crowd was in attendance Coon Drown who is attending Con tral University spent Saturday andI Sunday with his parento here Coot lends a helping band at the postofQce when here and Is very polite and ac commodating During vacation Dr Hunt has doneI everything within his power to make our school a success this year and we hope his efforts have not been In vainI The rooms of the college havo been nicely papered and painted on tbe outdo and most essential of all we have Rood teachers Prof Bevlngton and Misses Afevander and MacDonald With such surroundings there 1s no exI cuse for the children of Rockoastle not having a good education J Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford waeI mixing with our county people yester day J W Rider was in Crab Orch ard Friday on business Hon B Ji Betburum and wife Miss Mattie W11 Hams Dr Lovell W J Sparks and J W Rider attended the funeral of Con gressman Boreing at London Mrs Cleo Brown came up from Stanford Saturday to spend a few days with berI parents Mis and Mrs D N Williams Miss Ella Joplin spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Georgia JMce Miss es Kate Spradlln and Eva Fish wilt leave Thursday for Willlamsburg to visit their uncle Judge Pub NEWS NOTES Mallo Adams suicided In Letcher Co Fred Gordon shot and badly wounded Charles Snow at Frankfort Dr Egbert Guernsey an eminent physician of New York City Is dead Turtle Jett testified that be was in Harglsi store wben Tom Cockrell was killed Charles Cooper who killed Cbarlton Hulett at ILexlngtoo was given a life sentence A manias frightened to death by the sudden of an automobile in NewYojk I Sheriff Adamsof Henry county Is the first sheriff In the State to settle with the auditor V I A New York womin who had DOt spoken for three years was cured by electric treatment Floyd KnoX of New Yorkollmbcd to the lop of a tree and blew bis brains out with a 44 pistol Mayor Russell of Gans I T shot and killed two gamblers who were ad vancing onbls eon with knives Residents of Santiago Cuba worn thrown Into a paqlo the o vlo loot earthquake In m oyyearerI A crazy man threatened to blow up a c Seattle bank with nllrpglveerne Jtho wall not given 1500000 He was arrest ed t a- a 1mor 7t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A son ol Dock Ball WM rut over and killed by a Q C train near High Bridge The storage tanks of Somerset are full haying 235000 barrels says the Somerset Journal Motes McDonald a deaf and dumb student at Danville was run over and killed by a Q l C train An oil tank exploded at Somerset setting fire to a number of freight cars and cabooses Property was destroyed to the value of 20000 wlli Tlnk Mulllns who is serving a 10year sentence In the penitentiary was given 13 years at his trial at Mc Kee Jackson county for killing James Singleton The Barbourvllle Gas Co with a cap- Ital stock of 1100000 has been incor porated The Barbourvlllo Water co with a similar capital has also been In corporatedThe of Charles Morgan a farmer living north of Burgln was found dead in her room witb her neck broken She was 80 years old and was tho mother of 12 children The double tracking of tho Q C begun at Somerset about a wear ago will continue until tbo line Is double tracked from Cincinnati toChattanooga says the Somerset Journal William McCullum tho murderer of Sidney Baker who was captured and placed In the Manchester jail after a long chase has escaped once more by sawing his way out of prison John Marten who killed Stephen Wblttaker and mortally wounded Alllo Williams In a knife duel near Paint Lick bat surrendered to the authori ties His plea IsSolf defense At Plttsburg Andrew Patterson and a young Feltner were scuttling over a pistol when the weapon was discharg ed and a bystander Thos Black was hot through the heart and Instantly killed W W Stephenson of Harrodsburg was appointed special judge of the Mat- son circuit court He Is to preside io a number of civil suits in the trial of which the regular judge is prevented from sitting Tbo KragJorgenson rifles will be glyen to Company G before It goes to West Point The war department at Washington bas a telegraphic requisi Ion trot Goy Beckbam for 2000 khaki shirts 1000 bed sacks overcoats blankets and other material for the us o of the guard In tbo West Point en campment New Qurtls Jett and his lawyer deolaro that they have no hope of securing a fair trial at Cyntbtana Mr BUnton says the witnesses for the defense are Intimidated and Jett says jurors are afraid to make a verdict of justice let they ba bounded to death like dOlts It Is said that John D Rockefeller has decided to erect no fewer than 16 large office building and buelne bloclci In the downtown district of Cleveland at a cost aggregating more than S30000000 Judge John M Lea of Nanhville died at Monteagle Tenn He was In bis 85th year and was one of the wealthiest and best known citizens of Tennessee A gasoline explosion at Peoria 111 destroyed property worth 1100000 fatally Injured one man and badly Injured several others Albert Waking a Catlettaburg sign painter has been convicted of bigamy and sentenced to four years In the pen itentiary Five prominent citizens of Barbour county Ala were held In bonds of 1500 each to answer charges of white capping Members of the Hatfield and McCoy families form part of a party which is going to settle In the State of Wash ington Internal revenuo collection for the month of August last exceeded the col lections of August 1902 by over 11000 000 Judge Prewltt again turned down the petition for an election on the hlsky question at Junction City Assignees Notice I All creditors of W L Evans are notified that I will at Huitonvllle Kyrecele claims against his estate properly verified and as acquired by law All per rons proven themselves indebted to W Evana will please call and settle at once or their accounts be placed in the haddi I of an officer for collection nEO D WEATIIEKFORI I Asilgneo W L Evans PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at the old Chris Engleman tarn near Hubble on WEDNESDAY OCT 7th 1003 tllA following described property housed and kltcheh furniture nice sideboard large Ice chest good range 30 gallon lard furnace and press all kind of farming 1m monte In good repair Now Superior Disc UrTIl new Rosa Uutttug Box now miC Plow 1 riding cultivator and other cultivators Buckboard and harness 1 wugon wagon nil plow gear 40 good ewes 25 fut shoots eight tlOWI and pigs 1 Uuroc Uoar subject to regl ter mare mules II ana 1 years old paIr goodtoyearoldmare mules 1 good walking horse 3 mares one in foal to Pence and onu to Jack one good yearling Jack six frallbrvd jennet one of these Jennets farmed lot 150 abut IIOQ bales ot extra hay lot of corn In field lot of good milk cows seven yearllngcattle 1 reg istered Shorthorn cow pneumatic sulky etc Sums of 1 cas- hrthatamountacredittill I Jan 1 1004 Good negotiable note required WY CUBBY Hubble Ky IM Dunn Auct- p 1 GRAND LEDEft II I N New Fall goods are arriving on every freight The seasons newest and prettiest styles Re member we save you money on every purchase or t 25 pieces new silk mercerized ox fords the best thing for Full waiata Fine line of patterns at 15o n yard Now line of silk vesting for waists Beautiful colors at 48o n ynnl 38 inohnllwool Venetian in all shades worth G5o n yard special price 48c a yard 10inch lustre in black and colors worth G5c special price 47c a ynnl 25 pieces yard wide percale tho newest patterns special nt 8Ac a yard Full line of linings near silk iner cer5zodeatocn8 spun glass and silk sheen Prices 10 to 35o a yard See the special Josephine under THE GRAND LEADER u V B CO B LEVYMnnapor Notice To Hedge Fence Growers Landowner maintaining hedge fence alongpubltc highways are that it is unlawful to obstruct either the ditches or rightofway by leaving the brush on the road any ono so removed will be 11CM ecutcd If camel not in a reason able timeMS V IlAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court H 8 PRICES- urgeon Dentist Stanford Ky omeeenr UeBobarUProf Stan In tb Ovtl 7 U11114- 1111THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I Illaolc Berkshire hop Hcmthdowa sheep High Grade bucks ono year old J STEELE OAUtENTBIt Ilnttonvllle Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky OfllcfI over Higgtna A McKJnneyi Story Telephone Su 91 ORIII I Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors House Flats d W Wallace Xi Son Bkckamitlxs and Fancy Horse Bhoers West Etrest Stanford Kentucky NOTICE I Notice II hereby to tho owners and holders of the 110000 Llooolu County d lor Cent Kefundlng bonds of series Sept 24 Wgoa that the court will redeem so vies of bond at the LlllcolD County National Hank of Stanford Ky on 21 1003 as provided In the lace saId bonds JAMES T BAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court HOME FOR SALE Nice cottage of tour room eight acre of land necessary outbuildings barn Threefourth a mile from Stanford or UUltonvllle pIkeHItS DETTIE nARNKTT PUBLIC SALE I On tbo Ed farm four mile West of Stanford on tho Knob LIck pike I will all on TIIUUSDAY SKPT U 1060 At public auction the following described property Four work mules 2 fouryear olds 1 yeartlld and 1 nlne year old good one 1 brood mare gentle enough for family two milk cow 1 steer calf tour tow and pigs 2J shoats some large hogs two farm wagons six sets harness 1 Superior Disc drill Tiger Disc harrow 1 double AI ateel barrow corn planter good a new machine a Ollyor r inf plows J cultivators 2 buckboards 1 carriage set of new buggy harness and set of old ones all kind of small tool too numerous to mention ucrea of corn In shock 1 stack millet household and kitchen furniture tale beglnllrompUY at Oi30 oclock Taints Sumsof flOandundcrrashiOTcr that amount bankable note Term sale must be compiled with before property la moved It L V J P Chandler Auctioneert fA skirt worth 8150 nt BOo Wo also carry the Snrosia underskirt at 8c Ladies readymade skirts in silk mcltaiiB oxfords homo puns rene Bane and mohairs Prices front 160 to 815 See our lino of childrens rihbed hose double knee extra weight They are regular 15a goods at lOc a pair Apron Ginghnms good quality at- Co a yard i Special lino ladies 500 patent vici shoes French lice now plain opera too special prieo 310- We arc making very close prices on mutts clothing You can buy from f us 8 G 00 suit fur y 75 7JOeuit for J 98 W 00 suit for 7 00 12 50 suit for rn 875 15 00 suit for f 0 GO 5 18 00 suit for 12 60- In luouu hate wo havo tho largest stock You can buy regular S 1 00 hut for GOo 1 25 hat for 7ffo 1 50 hat for gOo 2 00 hat for 1 00 2 50 hat for 1 nbr3 00 hat for 1 Seeing is believing Look nt thorn All tho now styles and shape I M LEVY Prors S Main of of of of of Withers Furniture Co Dealers in Fino Furniture CnrputsI Rugs Wall Paper Window Sluulcusafcc Manufacturers of Picturee r Frames RANGE SALE JRANGESreduced prices The 17 kind will go nt 1125 j Tho 25 kind will go at 2125 Tho 30 kind will jtf ntyJ76 ij Tho 885 kind will go nt8060 I i4ThoYou have never had such an opportunity predecnled to you before so now is your Chance 4 lgunrnnteedGEO H FARRiS CO Stanford Kylf Watches Of Quality For Ladies andI Men Watches that will be a f credit to the wearer Plain or beautifully engraved cas es containing reliable works to triage perfect timepieces PRICES RIGHT j W H 1 S 1oIUELLERl CONTENTMENTIs dont allow It to Interfere with greater weesatbfiod y GROCERIES steivlnktomymethodl Ootteogoodseverything J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers Bettman The greatestoJ350 and 400 Shoes manufact ured for MEN W E PERKINS 0 Crab Orchard nyi r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Sir 22 1003 1 r In filling your prescriptions wo us proporIonlI not do bettor If yon paid ui doublo tbo price which Is altrava reasonable Pen eye Druz StoreIPERSONALS MR J W IIOCJCEIlII In Part J K UUSH of Richmond spent Sunday hero MIKB OwqLEY wont to Naihvlllo yesterday Dn J B OWBLEY It In Mississippi t on business meCrabs Miss HAtUE NEVIUS Is clerking at John P Jones MRS CLEO DnOWN went up to ML Vernon Saturday MRS D V JONES la with her son Mr John P Jones J MR 0 11 COOPER was In Loulsrlllo yesterday on business Mias LILLIB WARNER of Garrard tblNMisathe guest of tom Alice Oloyd MRS MARY J MIUKII I + visiting Mr W P Walton In Lexington REV It n MAIIONY went up to Ml Vernon and Livingston yesterday MR F K TIUIIIILK and wile of Dan rvllle attended church here Sunday E T UEAZLKYoI Elarrodsburg i spent Sunday with the botnefolks bore Miss CATIIERINK DAUOIIMAN Is vie lung Mrs George DIrk at Owcniboro MR JOHN DOWNER and family nro back from a two weeks stay In Clncln natlMR JAMES DOCKER of Livingston was the guest of his sister Mrs W O Speed It MR W H Gooott and family of Somerset arc visiting In tbo McKlnncy section CONN DROWN of Mr Vernon has matriculated at Central University Danville REV T S TiNBLEY of Louisville was the guest of Mrs M C Winds yttordaywMiss LANCJIF Friday to visit friends In Rlobmdodand LtxlDRloo Miss DBTTIE FLBTOHBR of Dan YUle Is with her sister Mrs Frank r Wilkinson MR J Q UKOWNINb has moved bis s laretjy from the Maywood section to LIvlDgstflB t J J CORN8LIBON of Outhrle O T V his joined bis wits nod baby at Mr W T Saanders HIS ANDRBW JotlNBOK went to Hutchison Bourbon ooatur Friday to held a sleeting GUY UALLOU leaves in a few da or the College of Physicians and SurI prgeonMufiDAMBS JIt STOCKY and Wood le Stripy of Livingston arc with Mrs JW Crutchfleld DON HARVEY HELM spent yostem day shaking bands with thy plo of Rockcastle JUDGE W E VARNON has moved his family Into the Dronaugh cottaRy on Eat Main street MRS MARTHA SEVERANCE coati n ucs very low with the chances greatly against her recovery MR AND sins ALBERT H Sev o ANOE and little Heath arrlyed paste- day from Aledo Texas MRS 8 J TATEM one of Crab Orch ards milliners is In Louisville buylt fall and winter millinery JUDoeJ W ALCORN and Mr J S Rocker attended the burial of Hon Vincent Uorelng avLondon f E H BEAZLEY wont to Somor yesterday to advertise for a big horse sale he will Lave tbero Oct 2 N J SMmi and wife who havo been visiting relatives In this county returned to Stanbcrry Mo Saturday Miss MAQUiETRAYLORls teaching the Ncals Crook public school this e son which means that U will be taug well PROF L It HcailES has t much persuasion on the part of the Irons taken charge of the Rowla school DR J D PETTUS and wile of Crab Orchard were guests ot his daughto Mcsdamcs J F Cummins and H w CampbellEMESSRS A and Sam Lackey of Uarrodsburg guests of Mr S W Given Middles boro Now MRS Kvrrm KINO of Crab Orcha e was on Sundays train returning 1r Cincinnati whore she bought large- of laU and winter millineryJMiss toMorrow to per homo In McK In fey attar a pleasant visit to relatives la this OILY Somerset Journal ELD AND MRS JOE SEVERANCE children of Newtown and Mr Severance of Lexington are hero nl tho bedside of their mother Mrs Mar tha Severance ELD B J PINKERTONV Campbell Hagerman College who with hie family hero told 87usoJday puplU at the above college mak 180 In all LOCALS I AGENT J B RICE sold 45 tickets to 1 Cincinnati Sunday I J My winter lap robot are in Jet your choice now J 0 McCIary s OHICAOO typewriter for sale cheap I Thlsolllce jUIreceledlag J H BauRtimao ic Co ITIIF Ladles Aid Society of the Pros MrsAlattteJf MSllooaDmore thisissuo WIlearncODt1mpUooaged ALL prescription work Intrusted to will hero my personal attention roCrlaleryImallof sop kind Must be In good condl lion T W Pennln ton whltoboycharged with placing a buggy across railroad track At his trial Satur morning bowas acquitted anIsLincoln county Including county road turnpikes merchants etc payable out of the levy of 1003 Goo B Cooper clerk Lincoln County Court PERRYVILLE lo have a paper lit TbdPerrrUleIntyre a well equipped newspaper man editor and proprietor hwtllmake its appearance this week I YOUNO Andrew Young of the Highland section died Sunday of brain trouble aged 70 years A wife and a number of grown children survive him Mr Young was a good citizen an doe orablo man and will bo sadly missed In his portion of the county LEWIS little eon of Mr G W Luns ford of the Mllledgenllle section died bemeafternoon II e uouluallybrlRhtparents have much lympalhy In thcl r loss I jaflrolably ever seen In Stanford wero brought In by a German named SnfU ler who live near Highland Qo sold them to Mine lion Mark Hardln of the St Asopb Hotel whose guests say iboy were delightful Wo aro told that Mr K H Bsailey also has a second crop of the luscious berry JsTae Maoe beo Barbecuo at McKln sop was well attended and 1 oved to be a very enjoyable occasion and roasted meats wero eery la abundance while al the booths it cream sherbet cake etc could bo ob for a reasonable amount In tbo orning Rv JL Owons made an in terestlng talk while tbo afternoon was IonlomonOrcbard band furnished splendid mu sic The Maccabees made a snug sum which will go to a good cause cgmmleeloneeR re cotnpoered L Hubble secretaryand J F Cummins i met afternoon and appointed hu following gentlemen to servo at tbo November election Stanford No 1 George T Wood jam judge James Wilmot dem judgeeOt H Stanford No 2 JE Portraandem judge Robert Woods dam sheriff J repjudeStanford No 30 V Gantry dem judge E D Pennlngtonidcm chore HKy aohn Ellie lahtStanford No 4Tom Ponce dem choreaoil H rep Judge Crab Orcbard No1Ward Moore denDrep L Logan rep judge arcCrab Orchard No2Sam Meg dem judge S M Chandler dom sheriff George Bastinrep clock Joe judgeJ 1 D S Carpenter judge W S Dryo dom sheriff ohn Myers rep jndgcjJ W Lock ridge rep clerk- DuetoDvllle No 2 Joo WI111a dobarneat rep Carterdem RWullCamdamJoeICooQtz TbompsonTobeJelYrlee Adamedemi OBaugb DONT forget R L Vanoy s sale next Thursday Read hU ad It NICE line of ready to wear and child rcns school hate Jut received Misses Straub TAXBSYour arenow due Please call and sctlle before the penal ty goes on M S Baughmana farminglandsmall house on It MO Vandeveer conePottus will please call and sellle We have dissolved partnership W C Peltus Crab Orchard 4t BAU011WmDeughseed 05 died at his homo near Bales Well Sunday and was burled yesterday He leave a wile and several children TilE New York hasIts closedwhile ills marklog down Its stock but it will be open Thursday morning ready for business NOTICE Read No 05 lo our real es tote column and see If you dont think It Is a good chance for one wishing to- go In business on smell capital Don BRUCE tells that train of cattle just flvehours behind his train was wrecked near Lynchburg Va and 23 wero killed and ICO crippled SALESMEN wA NTED to look alter our Interest In Locale and adjacent counties Salary or commission Ad dress Tho Victor 011 Company Clave land O HlGGINS L MCKINNEY are opening up their heating stoves Their line of Radiant Homo and Coles air tight heat ers have no equal Give them a call be Toro you buy I ACQUITTED LoulSlagleto teacher of too Waynesburg pub school was tried Saturday before Squire C L Hensley on the charge of whipping a pupil named Odle Carter and was promptly acquitted Lou DILLION AT LEXINGTON One of tbo greatest attractions at the annu al Trotting Meeting al Lexington will the attempt of the famous mare Lou Dtlllon to lower her record of two minutes That she will succeed In td attempt Is almost certain and no true Kentucklan can afford lo miss the op portunity of witnessing such an Inter eating and marvelous exhibition lie on allrailroad + during tbo meet log Oct 0 to 17 foCIRCUITVernon yesterday morning with Judge Morrow on the bench He has lust roo turned from Petoakv Mich and Is In good health and spirits Only a fairly good crowd was preeent and busioe renerally was dull Tbo docket c6 term contains several murder cases and bueinctprob ably longer Mr W A Morrow and Beetornoys As usual tho street fakir re baytreopopualoaJ t willedhe I 10Rockcaltlo oaInon MATRIMONIAL MluLottlowill be married Oct 18 hiateparatedby MlnDeulo JPEIlIburgyelterday rHOME FOR SALE otter for sale my property In Lancaster I The house I twoitory brick with oflandnrfurtherII F WALTER Lancaster Ky rPUBLIC SALE I 1003IIIoclock ob TUESDAY DOT 81003 A splendid stock of Roods consisting of TinwarelJarnenAlso a splendid line of flxtu II11Hthanvery oolt In town and la a tnodorn brick storeroom which can U nralu rented oney roalonaIollguroAssignee W L Er rlm I At mxroIdoncc 1 mllo North of O K and tour South of Krlger Lincoln count y will offer for sale on SATURDAY OOTOnER 3 1003 To the highest bidder tbo following pro tyi of 47 acres watered ana Anmauacrosome millet hay oats straw 00 bushels ot nlneyoarlpnosegooil milk cow Iearllog heifer e calf eleven hogs now honoploR fodder cutter terming tools applo mill newsew log machine household and kitchen fu rnl Inbandtimer other calh In hand ENZYS KA8PERSIT For Sale or Rent I fromJJllltonvlllevllle Turnpike Iniproromcnts all good JIu1ton1I1ePUBLIC SALE I I As administrator of Oaesar Minor deed I will 011IIn the at public solo one mare and colt 2 tber and a lot of barbers tools sisting of reran c Terms A credit of three months with approved security on Inbandproptrey M 8 BAUGIIMAN Administrator fARM FOR SALE I I will sell or rent my farm of 60odd forsgrass farm Is In a fine state of cultivation well dwellIngall other necessary outbuldln s good orchard 2 tenant homes 1 will sell or astheMARTIN McCORMAOK Turncntvllle Ky FARM WANTED I I Wanted to rent a farm of 100 to 121 acres Improvements must be fairly good and land ApplyatFARM FOR RENT I gooddwelling DapllleiptenantApply GuardianPUBLIC SALE Having rented my farms I will on 1903lC fol lowing personal property Four head oi Durhambullsow with pigs about 15 acres of corn laid In tho deed 4 stacks of hay und a lot of bay lathe barns l surrey 2 buggies l spring wag ponybugrsome shelled oats 2 seta of buggy Careers 1 wheatdriedandkltcben thatISAM SPOONAMORE Hubble Ky A M Bourne Auctioneer 1tTo The Farmers of Lincoln thofollowlngdayWedDPldaYI tofactorybeans such as you would want to use In canforlUNGS MOUNTAIN OANNINO CO COsleRon Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All to LrformatotplacevStable Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALEr DKennedynor on TUESDAY OCT 13 1003 The following described propertylOne i year old mule 4 2yearold aisles 1 fam Ily horse 1 saddle horse 40 hogs 9 milk COATS 1 good bull 3 heifers Household and sewinglanew and alt Is In good repair 30 acres of twohOllleandharnelsknown on day of sale Ball begins lit II A x W U TANNER McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction at my place on Hawkins Branch 24 miles from titun ford on 03Ipersonal property towlt Two cow and calves 1 combined 4yearold mare S Lone Tsboats 1 sow and 6 acres of corn In sold 1 stuck of millet 1 spring wagon 1 buggy i t + u Lone cultivator l onehorso cultlva ofbillture Terms made known on day of sale J W ORUTOHFIELD Stanford Ky AM Dourne Auctioneer SALE AND RENTAL I will seal at public auction on the preml era at Ramp Robinson Gatrard coup tyon 1003alemole2 work horses S driving horses 2 standard bred yearlings 2 milk cows 6 sows with 10 l area English Ilerkehlro boar I corn shfcddor 1 largo Lightning liny Ilaler new I 1 cutting harrow 1 McCormlck binder t rake 1 mower 1 hemp machine 1 Doc sflax l steel roller corn crusher corn luvi ear pown harnesi corn planter cultiva tor 3 sets wagon harness 2twolronowag- on good ra now 1 tire with polo shafts double and slnglo ourrlaeI 1 and harness 6 sets plow I1enwekv disc drills 1 fertilizer and 1 10 bole drill 1 set blacksmith tools 1 set cai pouter tools 1 piano and entire household furniture oleo 6 or dozen agthoroughbred wDlto Plymouth lock chicken a of bempbrakes ot tho same time and place unless rented previously I will RENT FARM OF 216 ACRES Of as fertile land In Oarrard county In an containingSOUIOthe State This term Is flney fenced and well Improved and has on It a No 1 dwell Ing of w rooms with all outbulld Ings firstclass stables and abundance of good fresh waterMRS NANNIE W OWENS T D English Auct Watch Our Windows For the Fall Styles You will miss the best things ityou fail to see our stock of Fall Suits Overcoats Shoes 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 c McClary C 1 iy f j j i L CRITERION I rAs tho name implies is the standard of per 1 ectipn Few if any tailors put more ins to their Coats than tho Criterion people Every little detail is cared for tho shape and staying of the pocket the neatness of i the button holes the curving of tho shoul ders tho heavy padding of same the close fitting neck and breast Ac Prices SL5O TO ROOear 1Sold Only By r HaJ MRoberts i= r ii l c i ZEIGLERS SHOES Possess more good qualities than iothcl shoes at the same price They Look Well They Wear Well They Feel Well ShapeINew Styes New Lasts Now Toes New Leathers just in at 200 250 300 Come and see the Fall 1903 styles SEVERANCE SON t l I i Heating Stoves Cooking Stoves Stove Repairs Stove Pipe Grates JOHN BRIGHT JR CO i W B McROBERTSn 8r Ai THE DRUGGIST Nk Has New Spring Styles of Ji WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose t THE JNTERlORJOURNALI Snlertd n the pat offer at Stanford at enddots maile- ryanbl5aharaTuoSss d xtdw9w 1 PER YEAR CASH rWhen not lontldmaOO will becnarged 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 34 Train going North MM 101pm a 2SOam090 035II ii South 1717 am NOM is lfi3dpm FORRENT Mr itoreroom recently occupied by Wm Severance Will rent for one or more years J B OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all the year for the treatment of and chronic diseases and for con 1aaltatton Board and shall be cash i In advance weeklyand monthly Profes atonal blllt ue wben are rendered and must oa paid promp- tlyUMBRELLAS S ItOCovored and repaired and made almost for a amount I can at good as new fix your umbre1la better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRAMC ATKINS Stanford i 4Tra Tort DZALIBS IN Whisk Branflu Wines Beer UBtctCarpenter Cloieto DlpotSTANFORD KYI attention Nothing but the be Prompt and polite to drink Mall pbonl er telegraph orders receive- Dromptattention I JDWearen Fire and Tornado Insurance The Home of New York in the world Assets Surplus as regards holders Farm property in Casey Garrari coin counties Phone 21 UInsurance Insurance fluent Represents 81871063512 983601869 Stanford Kentuckv Solicits a share of the patronage- of the property owners in tn counties lncoln and Casey who may be seeking Insurance against tire Lightning and Tornado None but the Itron est and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low set possible rates are guaranteed Phone B2 KentuckykFar Life or Accidentinsuranci apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oor Myers Hotel Building Snd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitable strongest in the wtind Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity t Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers yery illness MRS L S ADAMS Of CinlvpHlon Texan bluslngtoseven years with weakness and bear Ingdown palm and having tried lev and different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul was the only thing which mend eventually cured me Itseemcd to strenglhenthe By tired women Jlrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian or of these ailments that women hare You can euro yourself at home with this great womens remedy Wino of Cardui Wino of Cardui has cured thousands ofcarps which Whyrhave 9100 bottierf For any stomach liver or bowel disor der Thomfords BlackDraught should be used lordre lItmLtarat drMll1I11 caM CoTinn tJoM C I WINEorCARDUl HAIR BALSAM Clmuwri and tmntflc the hair lrocnole a hnturiant frrortn Never Yells to Ilotor Ory Youthful Color CUM rtJr 1W2 aedUit UNrrIU NEW LIVERY STABLES W SOfEE SDN Prars JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClans Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 J LI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODKAtlMIX FurjiltureMatUnKSRag8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTION NOTICE I Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April T 1003 Hon James P Bailey presiding with the following Justices of the peace J A 0 Smith F R Compton and W D Wallin Whereas at the February term 1003 of the Lincoln Circuit Court Jury Impaneled for said court condemned and present court house building Insufficient for the purposes for which It was Intended and unsafe for occupancy and dl rotted that such action be taken as necessary to the defects and avoid the danger complained of la saldreport of Raid grand Jury and said report of said nr has been presented to this court for consideration and the same having been considered now therefore the whole court sitting It Is considered by the court that the public convenience and safety and the preservation of the public records require that the unsafe and Inadequate court house he removed and a new one erected on tbo present court house lot and It Is so ordered An appropriation of 10000 for this pose Is subject to the approval of the legal voters of Lincoln county to be ascertained as hereinafter directed and as required by law For the of providing thus appropriated tor the object as aforesaid It Is ordered that 40 one thousanddollar bonds of the county of Lincoln be prepared as the law directs executed sold payable to bearer at the Lincoln County Bank of Stanford Kentucky that said bonds be divided Into four series of 810000 each designated series A UandD respectively Series A to mature In eve year at the option of the court after three year Series D to ma ture In eIght years payable at the option- of the court after five Series mature In 10 years payable at the option of the court after eight year Series D to mature In 14 years payable at the option of the court after 13 years ot said honda shall bear Interest from the date of said bonds at the rate ot 3 per cent per annum payable scmlsnnaally the Lincoln Coun National Dank of Kentucky- said bonds ball havo Interest coupons at tached to each bond which coupon be signed by the county clerk only and bo hall keep it list of all said bond showing the numbers dates amount time due to whom delivered which shall be carefully preserved In his ofilco and none of said be soli at less than their par value sold bonds shall be signed by the of the county court and countersigned by the county of the county It Is further ordered by this court that efore the bonds above mentioned- Iball be issued the proposition to Issue same shall be submitted to voters of Lincoln county and an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at each of the several precincts In Lincoln county at the regular election to be held In November 1003 which said election doos not occur within days from the date of this order at which said regular election November 1003 the appro prlatlon suggested by this court in directed shall be submitted to the legal voters of the county for their approval or rejection and M 9 flanghmanhtrln of Lincoln county Is hereby to the said election pad the object thereof for at least M days next before bo dl1 thereof by printed hand bills pouted at three of the most public places In precinct and at the Bounty seat beheld b and conduced by the otllccrsot ald- rejtuJar election In November 1903 In each flciDct of said county and during the hours required to hod elections for county officers and election shall be held and conducted lu all rospocts under tbo general election laws obtaining to this Common wealth at the time said election Is bold The yeas and nays being demanded on the above order Justice of the 1oace J A Dudderar votPd yea Justice of tho Peace F It Compton voted yea Justice of tho Peace O A Smith voted vets Justice of the Peace U Walllo voted yea A Copy Attest OBO B COWER Clerk Lincoln County Court Dy Kph n Pennlngtoo D O Special term Lincoln county fiscal court hold Sept 1008 lIon James P Bailey judge with the following named justices of the peace to wit J A Dudderar 0 L Ucnslev W n Wallin and F It Compton Whereas at this court at Its regular April term held April 7 li03 entered an order which Is recorded In order book No 2 pages ITS to Iso Inclusive of the orders ol said court directing bonds to be void for the purpose of building new court house and that an election be held on said proposition and whereas said order directs that bonds hear Interest at the rate of 3 percent per annum payable semiannually Now therefore It is ordered that so much of said order as directs that said bonds bear 3 per Intqrest be set aside can centJlCrannum for aught and that laid bonds be Issued to bear per cent payable eeml annually and as otherwise directed In said order entered as above stated It Is further ordered that this order be published In the iKrcittoR JOCrtxiL a newspaper published In the city of Stanford A copy attest OEO B COOPER Clerk Lincoln Ooiinty Court DY E PESKINQTOII D 0i asca a a ra IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR BEST IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THU TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION V SyrprIs made ot Cascara Sagrada and other drugs are equay as in the treatment of Indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 15 and Bottles Ask your Druggist For Solo at Pennys Drug Store THIS AND THAT An alleged blind tiger at Nashville Ind was blownup with dynamite The Knights and Ladles of Honor will erect a 60000 office building in Indian spoils The members of the Salvation Army are much pleased with their reception in JacksonSir Uptons old yacht Shamrock II has it is reported been sold an American Forty two persons were poisoned eating ice cream at a church carnival at Bellena N Y O T and Charles Gates of Clucln nati tf ere killed by a freight train at Greensboro SC- One man was killed and two badly hurt by the explosion of a locomotive boiler at Birch Minn The big Rocky Ford Col cantaloupe crop has been killed by frost entailing a loss of almost 250000 The report that Burns Fitzpatrick tho juror who hung the jury in the Jett White trial at Jackson Is dead is denied r Twentyfive hundred men and boy were thrown out of work by indefinite cloalngjdown of collides at Sbamokin PaRepublicans 6f Maryland nominated a full ticket headed by Steventon A Williams of Harford county for Coy ernorPadncah is much excited over the kid naping of a nineyearold girl by her mother who had given the child to her ate ter in law Three more Indictments in connection with the post office investigations were returned by the Federal grand jury at Washington An electric car on the Zoasen mill tary road in Germany is said to have attained a speed of 109 45 miles an hourthe highest on record Former Coy W O Bradley says he Is still in poor health and will make no speeches in behalf of Morris B Bclknap for Governor until he recovers comp letelyMaj Simon P Goes who conducted the restaurant at the Kentucky build- Ing during the Chicago Worlds Fair died of softening of the brain at Lex dead body of Mrs Lee Brown who disappeared la May after a quarrel with her husband was found in a field in Menifee county The coroners jury says U was suicide During the Robinson Wanamaker suit at Beaver Pa Mr Wanamaker declared that ho was opposed to the Qnay ma chine and had made disclosures for the benefit of the Plate Secret service agents have discovered two new counterfeit bills One Is a 10 dollar note cf tho Peoples National Bank of Roxbury Mass the other a fire dollar note of the Waltham National Bank of Waltham Mars Heirs of John Sovler the first Coy ernor of Tennessee ate preparing to bring suit in the Federal courts to re cover 2000 or more acres of mineraland timber lands of immense value along the Black Warrior river in Alabama CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Be Voted On At The Novem ber Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of Ken tacky Tbo1 General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income II oanecs or franchises In lieu of un ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the Im position of an ad val rem tax on eucb property of any steam railroad Great railway ferry bridge rail waterbeat Log telephone telegraph electric light or electric power company Stomach Trouble I have been tfoub ed with my atom ach for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a groat deal bettor If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of theiti Tablets You are cer gin to be pleased with the result Price 25c For sale by W N Craig The monument erected by New Jer ley on the battlefield of Antletara to the soldiers of that State was unveiled Thursday President Roosevelt deflv erlng the principal address arJ H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Hates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal J+ G+ M CG1MY UtNDERT5AKEf EMBALMER And Deaten In AEN3BSS SAD2LXKY 880 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache REBladder Dont become discouraged There ts s cure for you If necessary write Dr Kcnnet lie haa spent a life limo Just suet cases as your AllconsultaUons see Your Kidney end Backache Cure has rod two very bad cases among our custo mere tho past year whom the doctors had given up J L STILL k CO Woodland la Druggists 50c SI Ask for Cook Book Fret STYITUSOANCE Cure Circular Dv KrcdonlaN X L R Hughes Secretary cI Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No IUouu4lot Suntordare roomttult porch la the rear food oM a cool neighborhood tlOM to churcbt Mil Mboot Uood lor small am 17 irlcfUO No 3 HouicanJIotla Stanford flouM can alas lIu room Uood stable end 8 urn or land unfenced QaeofpnttlatbuUdinglotlntows room enough In front for two cottages or a storr front could be built to the cottage and mades beautiful home Will Wield chaps toe owner mutt bs money No 4 Two itorr framt dwelling 7 rooms hall and veranda flood garden fencing and house In good repair For ul or rent 1rlc rwuoniblo No 6lIon ojind lot la Stanford Three roomy and Iront porch load garden and table Goad repair cheap No 7 House lot Stanford l sU room load garden smoke sad coal home only 39Two stock ot goods tor sale For par ticular sJdn Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex change b Title Co Two room frame dwelling fblelbreuonbllIgood cittern etc Cal lotiloo0ito acres near lullon1II1i Dwelling of eight rooms ball tenant homo atock barn large tobacco barn anti other outbuildings Cistern and Rood well In lhs- yudandwatrinevery acid on the puce Fana rut seven IInLrlIndNo 3JA hm of sera frame dwelling four rows rooltock barn and all necessary out bulldlvit well watered cut la Ihl fleldt crtSln cultlrailoo root to blue gnu tfft than hilt wile lrom turnpike VeoB r this place for only Ixo per sans No 60Farm of acm iltuatot near Kings Tllle Kv acres In cultivation ItJ In timbertet In grass well watered two good barns and other outbuildings good repair Dwelling comparatlrt Iv new Is wlihln KO Tarjj of three churches school and C ff depot Iropeitv lies on plhntl ouniy road and b the most desirable larm in that section W9 1I1s1 the whole rum Jar ft 400 or lu parcel of set Ima than so aerei to suit purchaser This is certainly cheap proprrty No 12 Dwelling of tilt and porch aectvsury outblllJdlnll and garden Also tsrge two storr store rooui 2 iSO fuel lower rune supplied with counter shelves etc Water dwelling and storeroom also cistern and well on plan Small lot bark ofstore One ratio from Stanford Hulldlnn In good repair and dwelling orljlnalljr oat HJtM sail store over 11200 Will sell lath fur or srparatelvNo mile of Crab Orchard Ky Jlrlck dwelling rooms two trnant house two buns well aut spring near dwelling rarm In high slats ol cultlration 150 acres river bottom laud good fencing Ole ttlM an acre No IllOOscresot land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard opposite springs lu no 1m proemenll ck bornl abundance of stock water rrcttleat bulldlollle In towr Price I30W No 07N cottaw 7 sans land within i tulle Stanford In goal repaIr lancing good everlasting well and good eflar Hood barn ni3t wuokebouie Ac Young orchard anti One Vine yard Splendid place to ralte gafdtn prodnr to sipply the town 31700 No rl Stack entail merclundlM In Stanford candling mostly goerlea Hlock and flxturea will not Invrlee wore than 11200 and probably not that much Uood loottlon and present proprietor It uren1rvphysician to make change at conBnement Is Inju rloui to health We nOn this for cost anti car rugs leu 3 iwr cent ayn Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXI N GTON STAKES 100000 PURSES F October6th to 17th Grand ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowellJII 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Em Offered Half Rates on all Railroads R C ESTILL President W SMANKLIN Secretary eg LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO III Directors J D Piston 3 B Owslev n Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers flank Q Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National Stanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This institution was established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1151 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In ISM and again reorganized as the First National Ilatk of Stanford In list having bad practically an nnlnter rupted uhtentO for n year It is better supplied now with facilities for transact Inc business promptly and well than ever before In lu long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited JJOM Watrwof land la IlMkcatU fur sell- or eichange llai all newraarf Improvements well watered Ac WIU Ls old at a bargain No 19 WH acres of land car Crab Orchard cheap No 30 Tweatorv house rooms hsllverands 12 sert iplndld land aJJolnlncJn Stanford lrop erty In good repair wr aud II hla In kwiae cis tern at door lleautlrul home Irlce Ho 31 Dwelling of rooms with 90 acre land InMortland Uoo trt sod necessary eutbuO- dlogetwefalnyard tplendld orchard and 2 ear In pownelon frinfVUO No6t1f htarrsOIlan4 and rwoitory inns hout la Preachasvlhls Ky Has necetury wit ulUhics U WIll watered An bwfldlnn and fnt Ing In good repair ani Is a desirable home Price 00 i 66aTen ens ode hstf acres of nice t ra story seven room fume dwelling Store roonao by te elJI room 10 by 90 Good ware room nut to store it by 10 Item anJ blacksmith shop by 40 three side stalls On house u by ao votinr booth rill this section Tenement houw u by two rooms Well house to by n Iaoa open well byte stock of general aerchandlie All of this property Is In Antel county Ky an Jean at a bargain No G4A Stem of acres In Lincoln county Three good dwellings t good barns and other outbuilding Lath house barn elcaboultha cnWr of 100 sun All on county road H mile from thatch school anti lIh Lays well and well watered This U a good anti would wit two or thre famllle that night want to come trot the same neighborhood Iris reasonable No S5 HomeandDTeacrxeof land In JlsfClq ney Ky Necessary outbuildings Kenelng good and well watered Will sell Ihla place on easy terms Nate Frame hotel large rooms double reran lu hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting atrmt 30 feet limo hotel up stairs suits forl we lug 2 nit cottage nicely furnUhed Alargefeet deep All of Ibis property II In Ix ridon Ky and la a due chance tor sues one to oaks money Joprlelor has refusal to rent property for tSO per month Onaccountof ill health of his wife only reason for proprietor desires to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No 3lHouse and Si acres ol land within t miles of Stanford Sloe contains ace room teranda etc newly painted large new hirn corn- crib granary etc All buildings and fencing In it lecdld repair Well watered This la a moat desirable bps Price tltljO No 4I4M acre nNr Jumbo tIO scree In tultl vatlon rest In timber Ms dwaUlnaji on place eve of them new twotuWwai hare and Urgt stock tarn blacksmith shop stable etc Young orchard Stream run through iare On county rotd and too nll from n oacho l nburch anti tn god- nelghburpotd Sill soil or exchange at reasonable agueta Note Tiroiory stren room frame dvelllng veranda etc One stnry itararooin 30 00 two bliekimltli tenant houw staMe girth and warehouse Earybulldlmg new and fencing In flne shape Allot the property Is Ilintonrille and we will sell it at a whole or Mil eaib pltrs aepautely Well al each stable atoll cistern at house For address the alwie nauiixj letary No MKarm nlllS acres In Casey county Two Cory frame dwelling two barns sad older outbuUJing In good repaTr tlpledi4 tobacco land and In good community A brgaln at 1900 No 67 Farm of US acres In Cascountf new two tory room frame dwelling and old Swelling In laIr ouedltlon Maros and other out On d kplendid tobacco laud well watered two weils prlag etc ThU Is a de alrable bouie lrIOfI16to- ONMTwollor7 en room rums dwelling urndu acres of land la Inard coin tv barn and all other nee nary outbuild Church and school hou e t at Ilnr- Tllerela alao a Urge store room on premlae con talnlng a nice large clean stock of general mer rhandtae Thla a ploodhllKrslnealoll being located at crU to 1liOO bustneu a veal Alw three wiles from this place on urn a clock of general merchandise ctalc wells atodcrn on permouthallthe buljdlga ire In Will elltheproperty and- lock ofgooIseparately basplendldopportu lath fur Thu nUT Sot any onawliblng logo Officers 8 n SHANKStPresiden- ts J D OW8LKY i Oehlerlw tie JAuOffogrs Ij J HOOKER Prest J J MononEUTB Ohr W U WCAUEN Bkpr a Directors T Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford W I Walton Islington McKtnneyM l tCanfordTJuItebinson Hubble StanfordW ouuldeaUoiseeninnallcottag good bun and outbuildings well WluughtatyourHi and must hare money nrsMugDwelling t and IKrlJull11 In repair Itoducl ys lime f schoolandootcodloa t NoM A Inn of 10acrrelnCae county KyOaaadone torr dlIIar with sit room JacUJllnllooChurchessboottc e i rotelotDrludldeJ nitern at door tlooj ganlen sod large barn 1100No21Arstwiriver IIIorIltaDfordleayoutbuilding s netereolandUrlrtotheroutbuilding cWoolandebturbi andrefetngInrood rorprolo s 90 acre ofland one will from Somerset URHIingcloatainasevnrootue WIdIditlunlcountyon tJrIJoer0 ecru In lnrord j grasstfmolbyetovetandblucgragesupthOacm lte1 by spring HI weds and ndprodUClIlIrveIl8lllp orebrdIlliprotemenildwelling wardrobes in each room pantries cellar housebarndepotrostmncecheap StarlordI to goodIIpairrauNoughtbeeoldat lajgaln Close to school and church ieIndSlroomdweilingbarnwokebou 0lionNo 4iSeren room dwelling gnod cellar cad II tenetngandclose to town Will cult a small fatally j No Farm 873 acre tplendld bliiegrita land In rHldentaIDtOOdrailroad and In good neighborhood 400 acres In IanIdealfattingsprings e I