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It SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 7IVOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1903 8 AIM NO 60 KINGSVILLE 1Mrs KlUft lllRoey DOd Mill Clara it Dunn wore at Stanford ahopplog Moo dayW L McCarty II canning corn by way of experiment at the canning ftc tery this icaioa Mrs D M Orel tsluoo who der been t afflicted with rheumatism for many months is tomowhat Improved C L Dunn li erecting a building t aVartho new water tank la which whoa completed bo will open a rcatau rant Chas Evans IsiuOorloR from this ef feats of too much literature a constant reader bti eyei have been troubling him A vlilt to Severance Sons large i Mtabllibmcnt at Stanford will convince tbat the motto of this firm li Go rward Their house li full of new room over Mr W L McCartva has been beautifully fitted up for tful room for the order of Macca Mr Sine has been very success la organizing the lodge hero which about 40 members U K Derry of Paducab who pastor of the Christian church tbemI The candidates are not very plentl ful that Is they dont make their ap f pearanco hero to a great extent and 1tbflrel very little speaking However as campaign advances there will be I more Hon Jesse M Alverson and t w 8 M Owens hero both been requested kid Importuned to address the public here but they have refused We understand Mr W K Uoone I editor of the celebrated Somerset Hornet denies tbe report that he was present at our recent O A R reunion y In the capacity of snare eater but was i Instead proprietor of an orangeade stand Oil friends however attest I that Kirk Is not altogether unfamiliar with snakes but he had no connection with E au at tbo reunion Dut two Lexington papers are read bore so far as wo know one Is tbo oX Icellent Morning Democrat with Its splendid editorials which are exciting r comment and approbation from all by whom they are read for their utter and absolute truths fearlessly expressed tbo other Is that perverted beet the Lexington Leader Ono denounces vassassination with all Its force the oth er approves of anaislnatlon and would protect assassins that Is cowardly murderers for assassination Is never under any conditions justlQablo Mlis Mary Burton came up from Somerset Saturday for a brief visit to her homefolks Sho brought with her Master John William Dlnecn Mist EWe Webb of Somerset was a recent I guest of friends and relatives here Miss Lila Murphy returned to Win t Chester after a pleasant visit to her fihomefolks here Chas Dally Mack Will ame and others went over to Mc Xlooey Saturday to attend tho Macca ben affair Steve Reynolds and Charles ichorey two 0 S bra emoD tho former of Klngsvllle and tho latter ot Somerset are visiting here Mill Et aa Uaker has been qulto sick but Is i Improving to the dolght of her many friends Mr Jones and sister Mrs Cralcrafl of Harrison county are here prospecting r NEIGHBORINQ COUNTIES Typhoid fever II raging at McKee Jackson county d J S Leadman Is dead In tho Mitch elsburg section ol Doyle county Now Fall goods aro already on display at Stanford Seteranco l Sons have dry goods stacked to the celling Madison Burgln has been nppolowd postmaster at Bluegrass Madison coon tv vlco Henry C Loevenhart resign cd Oat caught flro at Jones well No2 the gusher burning the drillers and i the rig builders one of the foremen probably fatally The derrlot and on gins house won burned to the ground t Owes His Lifo to aNelghbors- KIndness Mr D I1 Daughcrty well known throughout Mercer and Sumner counties W Vs most likely owes his llfo to th- kindnen of a neighbor Ho was hope mealy alUicled with diarrhoea was at tended by two phyiicinns who gave him tlittle If any relief when a neighbor t learning of his geriouacondltlon brought him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which t cured him In lets than 24 hours For sale by W N Craig If Rome bright genius would Invent a brandnow story For married men who stay out lato Hed pave his way to glory For a bilious attack take Chamberlain Stomach and Llyer Tablets and a quick cure is certain For Bale by W N Craig u 4 LIBERTY Hawk Wilkinson bought 27 700pound yearlings of E Oodby There Is much complaint of dry weather among farmers Wilkinson Phillips made a bust ness trip to Moreland Monday Mr Welby Murpby of Oregon Is visiting his old home near Doyle Tbo republican committee was In BCisloa here Monday but wo bear that nothing was done Judge Delden was nominated for magistrate of the Llborty district by the republicans Saturday Mrs Mary Wblpp ball rented her ho tel to Mrs Ellen Wilkinson and will visit lo Oklahoma for a while The old reliable firm of Severance 1i Sons Is ngatn to tho front with a largo stock of Fall dry goods and shoes W 0 Adams Is hero from Mootlccl lo looking after his property O P Dowman and sister Miss Lucy wero In Uustonvllle Monday Tbo wife of Prof I S FlanlRun who has been III Is slowly Improving Henry Wesley was at Bethel Ridge Sunday Miss Annie Belden 4 In the city where she will be for tbe next two weeks preparing herself In the latest styles and fads In the millinery art and It Is needless to say she will return with an assorted line of millinery that will plea eo the fancy of the moat fas tidious M L Sharp was In Loulsvlllo buy Ing goods Lafo says Main Street Is for Deckbam W S Stone has rented the Pierce property and will remove to town and build on his lot this fall H W Phillips Is In Cincinnati Mr Rblnehart of Groenyllle III Is here working up a camp of Modern Woodmen of America Crlt DI111on of Burnslde and Miss Magnolia Elliott of this county and John F Carter of Burnsldo and Miss Fannie Williams ot Yosemite were married at Bro Montgomerys Monday evening There would have been quito a crowd present but they slipped up on tbolr friends and only a few saw tbo double ceremony Wo are told that the gentleman aro Industrious upright and frugal and of course tbe State knows that Caioys queens can not be beat and the two Casey ladlps who have just changed their name are no excep tion to tbe rule Mrs Dllllon Is the daughter of J J Elliott rod Mrs Carter Is a daughter of Andy B Wllltami who Is wellknown In tho county u LAND STOCK CROPS ETC R L Hubble bought of Owsley Dunn a mule for 1135 Wm Moser sold to Cyrus Eites a hornlois bull for 3Z 60 D M Anderson sold to W A Pettus 45 800pound cattle at 3c D F Logan has rented the Logan farm to Glove Irvine of Doyle Dab Woods sold to Pipes troll three two yoar old maro mules for S375 MCresisold to Ed Walker 13 calves at 110 and some hogs at Go Blue Gras Sued for sale homo strip ped Books Hudson Lancaster Ky S L Burdett has finished housing his 10 acres of tobacco Ho bad a lien crop William fleck sold to Jerry Cald well Jr of Doyle 21 1250pound cat tin at 3 05 FOR RAL12 extra good twoyear old cotton mules H C Baughman Hustonvllle Ky Fort SALK Pedigreed Poland China boar Heady for service W M Bright Stanford Quite a number of mule oolts obang ed hands at from tlO to 190 court day says the Somerset Journal FOR SALE Berkshire boar three gilts bred and tbrso not All subject to register MarK Hardln Stanford FOR SALE 1000 bushels yollow Fultz seed wheat and 10 yearling mules 0 mares Col Underwood Qodgo vlllo Ky 4i Fanny DI lard U the champion of pacing mares She tnido her record at Columbus O the other day by doing a mile In 203 In Mercer Sanders Waite k Co bought of S B Bunton seven bogs weight 1300 pounds at6Jo They also bought of Tom Divine 17 averag 1cS attended R L Vanoya sale yesterday and poor prices were realized throughout Pairs ol mules sold at 1145 to25 brood mare 127 cows 11575 to 126 shoot bl 60 toe2 o Meter Huffman bought of John Spoonamore 7 000 pound heifers at 3c from L C Ewing of Purksvllle a bunch of tat hogs at bra W T Rob Inson bought ono pair ol fouryearold 10 hand mules from Richard Colluo at 5350 ho also bought two from Eugene Leo at SlOOand lGOAdvoc4te What Is Lifo In the lost analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuso that law even slightly pain re suits Irregular living moans derange ment ot the organs resulting In Constipa lion Headacho or Liver trouble Dr Kingsa New Lifo Pills quickly re adjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25o at all Drug Stores 1 NEWS NOTES An Iron worker In Now York tell from the eighth floor of a building but escaped death Alton Smith Sherman wbo was may or of Chicago In the eighth year of ItsI corporate existence Is dead at the ago of 02 The Fort Smith and Western rail road has been completed from Fort Smith Ark to Guthrlo Okla a dis tance of 217 miles Tho Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Follows Is holding Its annual conven tion at Baltimore It Is estimated that 25000 visitors aro In tho city The steamship Texan has left Taco ma Wash Intending to mako tbe journey to Delaware breakwater a die lance of 13 000 miles Without making a stopA serious engagement is sported by fugitives to have occurred at Peklo near Melnlk 03 mile from Salonlcu In which 600 Turks wore killed the death list Including two colonels While making an Inspection of their mines at Buena Vista Col Col U F Morley aid Adolph Abrahamson two of the best known mine otllolals In the West woro killed by foul air Squlro Ulbbler Clayton Day and Frank Cbenault the desperate Negro criminalwho escaped from the Frankfort j til after knocking tbo Jail er senseless wore captured near Frank fort Because bo refused to discuss tho merits Of nonunlonlsm and unionism W H Collins at Indianapolis was struck on the bead by an unknown man supposed to be a union hod carrier and killedTbo Owensboro Waterworks Co has filed suit In the Federal court to enjoin the city of Owensboro from building a rival plant to furnish water to Its citizens and from Issuing 200000 In bonds to PlY for the proposed plant The jury In tbe case ot Curtis Jett on trial at Cyntblana for the murder of James Cockrlll returned a verdict of gully and fixed the punishment at death The jurors deliberated on the case for two hours and 25 minutes and It Is said 24 ballot wore taken one juror holding out to tho final ballot against a death sentence Jott declar ed that tbo vordlct was what ho had expected Ho expressed the opinion that It would bo reversed by the court ot appeals Only two speeches wer made In the case Mr Blunton speak ing for Jett and Commonwealths At torney Byrd arguing for the prosecu tion M1DDLEBURG Rev Archlo May preached at the M E church Sunday Miss Corda Hubble Is better The other sick are convalescing There will bo missionary service a the Baptist church Sunday night There will be songs and speeches b the little ones and other good features Cater county people will ba glad to know that Severance Sons at Stan ford bavo their winter stock of dr goods and shoes already bought at old prices Rev L R Godbey for the pas three year partner of the Mlddloburg M E church was sent to Maysvllle for tbo ensuing year by the M E Conference at Newport Rev W G Brad ford a bachelor divine ol Plnevlllc comes to Mlddleburg Tbe drouth which has been prevail log for the past few weeks has becomo distressing In some parts of the county Sores of overflowing woll aro dry and not only stock wator but water for domestic purposes Is becoming scarce Green river In many places Is little more than a series of stagnant pools Mr Thomas J Lay of this city and Miss Plnv Wbltton ot the Casey creek section were united In marriage Sun day M tbo homo ot the brides parents near Scotts Chapel The groom U 20 years of age a school teacher and Is a eon of former State Senator and pres ent County Superintendent Lay Tbo bride U about 10 nod U the daughter of a prominent farmer of that part of tbo county Mr J P Kelsey has returned home from Loltchfiold Mrs Molllo Durham rcoatUly of this place visited friends and relatives hero this week She was en route to Jlrodfioad whore she and her brother G R Jeter will run a hotel Mrs G L Brown returned to Loulsvlllo Monday Mrs Belle Law born Is In Cincinnati laying In winter goods Mies Dollle Short returned Tuesday from a 10 months stay in Los Angeles California Stomach Trouble I have been troub od with my atom ach for the peat tour years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Urconfield ManitA 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 great deal better If you have any troublo with your stomach try a box of those Tablets Yon are certain to be pleased with the rasfalt Price 25c For sale by W N Craty LANCASTER Butter Is a scarce commodity- W B Burton Is having his sale eta ble painted U C Jennings has rented Sam Has oldena residence The school children present a uni form appearance la their new Oxford caps Jcsso Fox bought a line bunch of 43 hogs from I M Dunn and George Robinson paying 81 80 Mrs J A Royston has moved to the home of her parents Judge and Mrs Brown who are both In feeble health See the INTERIOR JOURNAL repre sentative at Lancaster court Monday and pay your subscription If you aro behindAn family party from To ledo 0 passed through Wednesday en routo to Asnovllle N C to spend the winterG Swinebroad bought Jim Dunns residence on Richmond street for 82 000 possession given Oat 1 Mr Dunn and family will move to the Yeager farm The remains of Joe Gaines who died nearly two years ago lo the Philip pines were brought to Danville for In torment and bis family here attended the burial Two loads of eight Inch water pipes come Wednesday be laid along tbo main streets A large force Is at work on the dam IjOO being required to pay tbe hands Saturday night News has reached here of tbe death of Mrs Sam Braun who was for some time a resident of this place She died during an operation In New York Her husband haibeen dead for several year Tbe Garrard County Medical Society will meet hero this evening and an In elrucilve program has been arranged Dr Cheek of Danville and Dr Bur netle of this olty will read well pre pared papers Col George W Bain will deliver one of his temperance lectures during tbe W C T U State convention and Mrs E Belch and Miss May Stowe both of Louisville are expected to contribute to the program Eggs are rather scarce In this local ity and aro bringing 17c Turkeys and other fowls aro bringing a good price and with wheat approaching II per bushel the farmers have a right to accounteand a general era of prosperity Joseph Mount pfCovinglon Is the guest of R E McRoberts and family Musses Margaret and Helen GUI have entered school at Glendale 0 Mrs Jerry Retpiis and children leave soon to join her husband la North Carolina biro H A Price and Ed Prlco and wife were In Danville this week Mes damcs E G Kauffman and E L Poor thetat ofysermon tbo pardon preached and through a feeling of modesty In regard refrainedyliar Incident occurred here only a taw theton a as a member of his fathers flock pasted along from church The bright little lad looked at the passer by and laugh lagly asked Well did you here a long sermon this morning captain MATRIMONIALI S Miss Rose Mary Sartorls grand daughter of Gen U S Grant Is to be married to Lieut John A Wright of the United States army whose father fought on the Confederate side In the Civil War- Digglne Woods formerly of this county but now of Cincinnati will be one of tbo groomsmen at the swell wed ding of Assistant City Solicitor John 0 Hermann of Cincinnati to Miss Mary Davidson a papular young lady of that place Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alono and destitute Such n brief was the condition of an old sol ding by nacho of J J Havens Vcr allies 0 For years ho was troubled with kid ney disease and neither doctors nor med icines gave him relief At length he tried EicctricBitlers It put him on his feet in short order and now ho testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Beet on earth for LIver and Kidney troubles llowetIOaly 50c all 1 Diugglsts strool1Iyand Judge Oaborno said bo probably would order tho condemned man sent to Maysvlllo for safe keeping The court will pave sentence on Jett today William Wilkeraon quarreled with his wife at Columbus Ind She called In City Marshal Gus Schwake Wll ketaon shot the Marshal dead In the door and then killed himself To The Voters of Lincoln County FELLOW CITIZENS It is not because I flesirc to enter the arena of politics or crave nn office but because I desire to do right and help the orfriendsticket to represent your county in tho lower house of our next General Assembly In doing this I have but one purpose in view Tho better ment of tho condition of our countrY and I ask that you consider my claims entirely from that standpoint- I was born in Lincoln county and within her borders I have spent the cordinllyinviteyoung Adamhood to the present time 1 am 52 years olda farmer by choice and profession which I consider the noblest calling of man ex cept the ministry The most joyful moments of my life have been when I was trying to point the youth of our land to the bright and shining way of truth and righteousness It is rny hearts desire that the people purposesThiscanI love my children and I love your children If elected I pledge my happinessThono quarrel or abuse for the saloon keeper He is as good as the law that grants him license the law is as good as the lawmaker and the lawmaker is as good as the voters who elect him I will oppose the schoolbook trust that makes the school books in our state cost more than in others But I will support a school book bill that compels nil the public schools in the State to use the same kind of a book for five or more years without change and thereby save thousands of dollars to the patrons who now have to buy new books every time tho teacher is changed Besides no child can make much progress when it has to change text books with new rules and principles at every school term Now good people of Lincoln county I claim your prayers I want your votes but prayers without votes do not amount to much A man who prays one way and votes another loses his prayer His vote counts You never heard of a man being elected by 500 prayers majority But five votes majority settles the case The only safe course for all men to pursue is to do right and leave results proposototo God with clean hands and a pure heart and say Father I have tried to do my duty Respectfully A W CARPENTER Douglas Shoes I 3 and 35O mssThe best looking and best wearing SHOE to be had for the price The Douglas Factory makes andsells more Shoes each year than any TWO other factories in the U S They wouldnt be in such demand unless they were good They can be bought in Danville only at THE GLOBE NEW FALL STYLES READY T o mILLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE We Have Justl Receive flOur Superior Grain Drills For this season and have some new improvements and will take pleasure in showing them to our farmer friends This drill has been ho oughly reed 10T eatsJ In this county and you take no risk when you buy tho Superior Higgins MKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY nn n Galvanized iGuttering I For House or Barn JOc Per Footes 2 k J R Ha4SELDEN Lancaster Ky l i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It unJIJite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo the Action of the democratic any GEO W DE BORD If IcanaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- i a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the acton of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WI HERRIN Is a csn1IJate for Jailer subject to the jtlon of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Prohibition party Democratic Ticket For Governor J C W UECKUAU For Lieutenant Governor ir P T1IORNE For Auditor of State S IK HAGER For Treasurer IT Jf BOB WORTH For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State JT V UcCUESNEY For Superintendent of Public Inttruttion J 11 FUQUA For Commissioner of Agriculture UVBERT YREELAND For Jerk of Court rf Appeals J MORGAN CHINN For Railroad Commissioner- C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge IP COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES At HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Represent + tlve J M ALVERSON WDlLEwe have no particle of doubt about the election of Mr Jceee M AI vereon for Representative we desire to call the attention of democrats to the Importance of hit election Should the Legislature bo republican an effort will bo made beyond doubt to unseat Gov Beckham whose election Is merely a question of majority With Mr Alver son in the Legislature Lincoln county will be lure of a vote to seat the grand young executive but what would be the case If perchance Mr Carpenter or a republican should represent the county It Is well known that Mr Carpenter IB no part of a democrat and records will show that prohibitionists vote with the republicans when they have no questions of their own to de aide eo it will be seen that from a deco ocratlc point of view Mr Carpenter would be of no more service should Gov Beckhams election be contested than would the rankest republican Vote under the rooster and your vote will be recorded for the entire demo cratic State ticket and Messrs Bell Hardln and Alrerson Scratching is dangerous dont permit yourself to got in the habit ol doing It THE Somerset Journal asks this per tinent question We rise to a point of privilege and to propound to our re publican contemporaries of the 11th district n pointed question Is It Morris Belknap you are running for governor or Is It Caleb Powers Column after column about Powers fills your papers nothing In defense of or in advocacy of Belknap Powers Is a bigger man than Belknap in republican eyes and If he has not already pledged a pardon to the much persecuted gentleman he will do so before be will get many of the rads to vote for him TUB verdict of death for Curtis Jett is just what It should be There seems to be no scintilla of doubt about his as sassinating Tom Cockrlll and ho ought to hang for it What a good thing it would be for Kentucky if he and Caleb Powers could bo swung into eternity from tbo same scaffold and at the same time TILE Southern Methodist publishing house publications for the year weigh ed 237 tons or 550753 pounds and the pOttage paid for mailing was 95807 63 There were 21201450 Individual pieces of literature sent by mall there were also shipments by express and freight THE Lexington Democrat has secured the services oGR Lee Davie for merly editor of the Lexington Observ er as advertising man and a glance at Its columns will show that Mr Davis Is doing business TUB Lexington Democrat was three years old Wednesday and it is the live fleet youngster of its age In the cotta try May it long and prosper LOUISVILLE people eat snails No wonder that city is so slow t POLITICAL It Is stated that President Roosevelt contemplates a trip South Ex UnltedlStatea Senator Charles B Farwell of Chicago Is lead of heart troubleRichmond Pearson Hobson has an nounced for Congress In the Sixth Alabama district For the first time a Governor of Kentucky visited Menlfee county Tuesday Governor Beckham and Congrestman Ollle James spoke at Frenobburcr Harry Wolssinger of Louisville will take the stump next week in the inter eel of the democratic State ticket and will be one of Gov Beckhama speak ing companions The Republican State Campaign Committee has announced that former Gov W O Bradley will speak In La run county on October 30 If Mr Brad leys health will permit The last day on which the Columbian Congress could ratify the HayBerran Panama canal treaty passed without ratification and It is now agreed at Washington that the treaty is dead Close political friends of W God frey Hunter announce authoritatively that he is a candidate for the republican nomination for Coogreis In tbo llth district to succeed the Sate Vin cent Borelng D C Edwards of London has an nounced as a candidate for the republican nomination for Congress to succeed the late Vincent Borelng John D White also sprang a surprise in Oweley county by announcing bis can dldacy for the office William B Catching for years tho business partner of the late Judge Vin cent Borelng has announced his cane lacy for the republican nomination to succeed the latter to Congress Mr Catchlngs Is quite wealthy and popular and will made a formldable race forthe nominationThe machine in Louis ville composed chiefly of Federal of 5ce holders has assessed the employs In the Internal Revenue office 250 in number 850 each This will make a total of 112500 which the republicans will use to carry the election la LouIe vlllo and Jefferson county The address of Hon W C Boll to the voters of this county brought out some facts that are not generally known concerning his opponent Mr McRoberu for the position of circuit judge One is that Mr McRoberts was in the Legislature and voted against the appropriation of any reward for the apprebetislon and conviction of Goobels murderers It is the duty of the Governor to otter a reward for the arrest and conviction of criminals yet when the Governor was foully slain Mr McRoberts voted against the Leg islature passing a bill offering a reward for the asratsln Furthermore Mr Mo Roberts has never yet said whether Governor Durbin should honor Govern Becknams requisition for Taylor and Floleas the constitution demands or should continue to disregard the law In order to keep one of his party from Justice Silence gives consent and If we may judge by that then Mr McRoberts approves of the resent course which means that party prejudice governs him instead of the law and it also means that he does not believe that Taylor would receive a fair trial at the hands of a Kentucky jury in other words that they are not honest Yet he asks their sufferage to elect him to preside over them Any mao who was mixed up In that gang at Frankfort under the Taylor her ror and worked haod and glove with them Is not the man that the lath Ju- dicIal District wants to honor A man is judged by his associates and he has been in extremely bad company one might say tough11 Danville News HERE AND THERE Andrew Doan was acquitted of wife murder at Mt Vernon The oldtime telegraph operators are in session in Milwaukee The Plckpt Carroll Reids prdewas again defeated yesterday- A motion for a new trial for Curtis Jett will be made at Cynthlana today Fiftysix firemen were overcome by smoke and noxious fumes at a lire In talonSecretary Shaw will renew bond re funding operations to the extentof 820 at Morse Wla destroyed lumber and other property entailing a loss of 1300000 Two people were killed and several Injured by an accident at a railroad crossing In Virginia- A Dayton 0 woman was blinded by an explosion of a can of tomatoes she was attempting to preserve Four Jefferson county distillers have ben fined at Frankfort for alleged tall ure to make proper reports to the State Branham tho wife murderer of Wise W Vala said to be feigning insanity in order to escape the gallows Ho will be hanged today The Hagin mare Robert Moreland bought of J O Bailey is dangerously sick at Lexington Mr Moreland refused 11200 for her before she got downThe lather of Galaodo Dexter the young millionaire who was murdered in the Adlrondacks states that he is willing to spend a million dollars to find bis sons slayers A baby Is born every five minutes in New York City Prince Alert broke all records at tho Empire track New York by pacing a mile In 157 Mrs Jemima Thomas of Platts burr Mo died In the depot at GuthrIe this State while welting for a trainILieut Col James Parker United States Cavalry has been detailed by tbo War Department to act as an Um- pIre during the west Point maneuvers William S Mills committed suicide In Nashville Tcnn by taking mol phine Ho was money order clerk for the Southern Express Company and was checked up short 1200 E Tutt Burnam has been appointed referee In bankruptcy by Judge Cocb ran to succeed R W Miller resigned ed The district Is composed of Clark Estlll and Madison counties E W Fraylack committed suicide at Scottivllle by taking poison Be had lost money through the contractor of the new court house He said he could not stand to see his children beggars Speyer k Co bankers of New York who hold securities of the gigantic Consolidated Lake Superior Co as collateral for an unpaid loan of 85050000 announce that the assets will be sold at auction reserving the right to bid the assets In themselves Henry Smith of Boyle was arrested by United States Deputy Marshal Coleman of Somerset and Jailer Fitzger ald He Is charged with detaining a carrier of the United States malls Smith was captured after a bard fight and brought to Danville and lodged In jail A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W II Brown of Let svllle Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave Instant relief and soon cured him He writes cI now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bron chttls Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matching merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guarantied bottles 60c and II Trial bottles free stall drugstores Do you believe In luck Sometimes See that fat woman with the red hat over tbero Yes Twentytwo years ago she refused to marry me One of the largest ginseng gardens In the State Is owned and ouerated by Breck Uewley of Meade county Ho aye he will gather 100COO seed from hIs oroBont crop and refused an offer ot 180 per pound for them He prefer lo plant them himself Tbe Information Is gologtba rounds that cheerfulness Is a sure cure for dyspepsia We suspect that It war originated by the very same per on who discovered that hair Is a sure cure for baldnets Now that Rufus Ciinlrell the king of ghouls has been sent to the peal tentiary the people of Indianapolis can leave their graves nut at night again For Sale or Rent I My house and lot of 10 acres H ratio from nuitonvllle on lluitonvllle k Hradfordi vllle Turnpike Improvements all good For particulars tee Chattel M Rose line toovllle Ky MILS ELLA S HOSE HOME FOR SALE I I otter for sale my property In Lancaster Ky Tbe house li a two tory brick with frame ell eight moms with two acres of land and ti one of the ben homes In town Will tell or trade for a small farm For further write n F WALTER Lancaster Ky Mrs Mattie V Kirby Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture Special attention given to the development or thought al the true bash of Tone Pro ductlon Emonon system of Physical Cul tare Pantomimic work etc Studio at roe idence Main stre- etFARM FOR SALE I I will soil or tent my farm of 60odd acres 10 acres for wheat about 20 acre for corn In 1001 and the balance In grass This farm Is In a tine state of cultivation well located and well watered with good dwell 0 rooms and porch stock barn and InFof necessary outbuildings Rood orch ard 2 tenant will tell or rent to white or colored This Is knows as the Dr Hooker farm MARTIN McCORMA OK- Turnersvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I An administrator of Caesar Minor decd I will on SATURDAY SEPT 28 10M In the town of Huntonvlllo Lincoln county Ky soil at public sale one mure oolt 3 barber chairs a lot of barbers tool consisting of razors tas TgrmaA credit of three months with approved tuourlty on all amounts over 810 under 810 cash In hand Persons having claims against the above estate will present them to mo prop erly proven befo edateaf sale M II AtJO II MAX- Administrator PUBLICSALEI I will soul at public auction at my place on Hawkins Drench 2X miles from Stanford onSATURDAY SEPT 20 1003 At 10 oclock the following personal property to wit Two cows calves combined 4yearold mare S hogs 7 sbonte sow and pigs 6 acres of corn In Geld stuck of millet hay spring wagonl buggy twohorse cultivator one horse cultiva tor oflture Terms made known on day of J W OHDTOHFIELD Stanford Ky A M Bourne Auctioneer I ORRMPLRDR II I New Fall goods are arriving on every freight The seasons newest and prettiest styles Re member we save you money on every purchase 25 pieces now silk mercerized ox fords the blot thing for Fall wnulg Fine line of patterns at 15c a yard Now lino of silk vesting for waists Beautiful colors at 48c a yard 38inch nf wool Venetian in nil- shades worth C5o n yard special price 48c a yard 40inch lustre in black and colors worth G5c prim 47o a yard 25 pietasyard wido percale the newest patterns special at 8 Jc a yard Full lino of linings near silk mercerized sateens spun gloss anti silk sheen Prices 10 to 35c n yard See tho special Josephine under THE GRAND LEADER M13 CO Prors B LEVYManaper To The Farmers of Lincoln We will can green beans on share on the following day sdays and Satardavs String and snap thorn before delivering to factory IIrlnl nothing but nice beans such as yqu would want to use In your own homes Let all come wean ran for you all ICINGS MOUNTAIN BANNING CO A 8 PRICE Surgeon DontlBt Stanford Ky OCIOT YeEoberU 00111lIalWlDc THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I flack fterksblre bog Pouthdown sheep High Orade bucks one year oid J STEELE OAIIPBNTEH HutonTlIla Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Offlc over Higgins dc McKinney Ston Telephone Vu 91 DRCarter I DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Oleo In Myers Houso Flats d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and gouty Horso Shoots West Main Strut Stanford Kentucky HOME FOR SALE of tour rooms eight acres of land necessaryoutbulldlngl barn Stanford orThreefourths a Uuttonvllle pike SETTLE DABNETT Assignees Notice I All creditors of W L Evans are notified that I will at Unstonvllle Ky receive claims agalnt hll estate property verlUed and proven ac acquired law All per sons eelvce indebted to W Erans will pease call and settle at once or their account be placed In tbe hands of au officer for collection OEO D WEATIIRRFORII Assignee W L Evan PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at the old Chris Englcmnn farm near Hubble on WEDNESDAY OCT 7th IBta thl following described property Houso hold and kltcheh furniture nice sideboard large lee cheat good range 30 gallon lard furnace and all klndlof farming plementln good repair New Superior also Dtlit new Outline Box new Illtr Plow riding cultivator and other cultivators lIuckboard and harness 1 waon and plow gear 40 good ewes 23 tat ahoatll eight sows and pigs I Duroc boar subject to regls ter mare mules 6 anal old pall good twoyearold mare mules l good walking hone I mares ono In foal to Pence one to Jack one good yearling tack six wellbred Jennets one of these ennots farmed for 8250 about 600 bales extragoodhaylotofcorn In field lot of rOOd mllkeowoven cattle 1 reg- Istered Sbortborn cow pneumalc lulky etc eumsof 10 and cash- ryertllatamountacredlttill Jan 1004 hood negotlable note WYOURIIY Bubble Ky 131 Dunn Auct L0 = A skirt worth 8100 at 80c Wo also carry tho Sarosis underskirt nt 80c Indies rcitdyniado skirts in silk inoltniis oxfords homo ejuins ono tians nnd mohairs Prices from 8160 to 815 See our lino of chihlrone ribbed hose double knee extra weight They nro regular 15c goods nt lOc n pair Apron Ginghams good quality at Co a nnlISpecial lino lattice 8500 patent vici shoes French heel now plain opera too special price 8310- Wo nro making very close prices on molls clothing You can buy from us 8 5 00 suit ibr 3 75 7 50 suit for 4 OS 10 00 suit for 7 00 12 GO suit fort 8 75 15 00 stilt far 0 GO 18 00 suit fur 12 In coons hats wo have tho largest stock You can buy regular 8 1 00 lint for00c1 25 hut fur 700 1 50 lint for 80o 2 00 lint for 1 00 2 liO hat for 1 25 3 00 hat for 1 75 Seeing is bellowing Look nt then All tho now stJ14 and shapes LEVY se Withers Furniture Co Dealers in Fino Furnituro Carpets i Rues Vnll Papqr Window Shades tcsc Manufacturers of Picture Frames RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go at 1425 Tho 25 kind will go at 2126 Tho 80 kind will go nt9116Th-o885 kind will go nt83060T-ho 840 kind will go 8t3176Th-o 50 kind will go I1t41O You have never had such an opportunity pre sented to you before BO now is your chance AH stoves will bo sot up in your kitchen and guaranteed CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky Watches Of QualityRFor Ladies and Men Witches that win be a credit to the wearer Plain or beautifully engraved easel containing reliable works to make perfect tImepIeces PRICES mGHT W H MUELLER Stanford Ky CONTENTMENT tdontfort I know my customer are well satisfied with the GROCERIESi ItrIYlngtow some other way to better my store or my f WlihJberetfV jtW PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers Bettman The greatest 350 and 400 Shoes manufact ured for MEN W E PERKINS r Crab Orchard jKYD i n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANKOKD KY SKIT 25 1003 L In your prescription wo uao tho right medicines In the exact propor tions and with proper care Wo could not do bettor It yon paid ui double tbo prloo which li always reasonable PCD crs Drug Storn PERSONALS Mns A D PARS It Quito sick MRS J U GREEK It lit of typhoid lover Miss ROSE ALCOUN Ism of typhoid foyer PHIL PiNKERTON has entered State College Lexington MRS JOE Si nICE to visiting friend at Parts nod Carlisle MR AND Mns SIM WORTHAM rlil ted relatives In Lancaster MRS MARTHA SEVERANCE is a hade better this morning J M WARE Is at Oweniboro thus week taking In the State lair MRS O M THOMPSON of Losing ton Is with the horaefolks here MATT ENQLEIAN of Shelby City has gone West on a prospecting tour r MRS JAMES POWELL of the McCor- mack section Is III with typhoid fever MRS MATT WOODSON and children returned to Stonega Va Wednesday JULIAN DODRNB left Tuesday for Huntington W Va to visit relatives Mil J S HUNDLEY and Mlu Mary Hundley are both very with typhoid lover MR K P SIIIOLD and wife of Lox Ington are visiting relatives In this pountv Miss PATTIE BUROE of the May wood section Is visiting her brothers In Indiana MRS A W CARPENTER and Mrs Turner are attending tbo State fair at Oweniboro WEAREN nuaiiKS wont to Mlddlci both yesterday to clerk la the Middles born Howl DR I D OLDIIAM of Klrktvlllo was registered at the St Auph Hotel Wednesday MRS BLIKAIIETH QinaiNBlivlihlng her brother Mr Thomas McUoberts In Danville MIss WIIITLEY MURPHY left this morning for Philadelphia to enter the oral school there SiiKRiF M S DAUOHMAN and Mr R L Hubble aro attending the State fair at Oweniboro MRS KATE P MILLRR left yesterday fur Savannah Ga to take a position as oral teacher ELD B J PINKHRTON writes from Lexington that Campb llUagerman College now has 200 pupils Miss NANNIE THRHLKBUI who has been with Miss Stella Uuplar rvlurn cd to her homo In Mtrcer Tuesday Mn J H DACOHUAN Is attending the Oweniboro State fair His wlfo accompanied him as far as Louisville I MILT H SUANKS Is nbw a foil fledged lawyer Ho was given license a alw a rigid examination at Mt Ver non MISS MARY PINNIOTON left Wed nesday for Nashville to matriculate at Wards Seminary Dr Hugh Reid ac companied her as far as Louisville MISSES CARRIE DUNN and Elizabeth Dunn who have typhoid lover at the homo of Mr A M Hunn on Logan Avenue aro both doing as well as could bo expected MR FRANK a CARR agent of the L N at Paris has accepted the gen eral agency of the company at Lexington Mr Carr married a sister of Mr J S Rico of this placo MRS WAVERLY HAMILTON who has been tbo guestof Mrs Maggie Burtrum and Mrs Ruth Brlshtwoll at Bowling Green for the past 10 days left TUBS day to spend the winter with her bus band at Henderson LOCALS CHICAGO typewriter for sale cheap This office HONEST Mme boots at Cummins li McClarys 2t MY winter lap robes are In Oct your choice now J O MoCidrya ELDERT YOUNG Is agent forthe Leb anon Steam Laundry Give him a trial ATTEND J W Crutchflelds sale to morrow Saturday Read the adyer tisement of It elsewhere W few moro pupil In El ocution and Physical Culture See ad vertisement thU Issue Mr Mattie V Kirby COL J P cried R L Vaooys sale yesterday and did It to Mr Vanoys entire satisfaction The colonel possesses an enviable record as an auctioneer SKIPPED OUT James Horton while who was serving out 300 or 1 days for selling whisky skipped ou from tho rock pile while Jailor liorrln was waiting on the court Wednesday and has not been seen elnco An effort will bo made to catch him FIRE John Stoneshouse caught flro early Wednesday morning from a defective flue and tho alarm was sound ed Tho lire laddies rushea to the scene but the flames bad been d before they got there Tho damsjtoI Is small not exceeding 825 or properly Is Insured WILL CRAW colored was acquitted of the ohnrge of housebreaking at his trial WedDeedalI attentionWCraig ft locker + TUE 18 months old baby of Mr and Mrs Robert Martin of tho Turners vllle section died this week of poeu monla and croup FALL WRAPS have mohairs cloths silks and velvets for ladles and children wraps also McCalls paper patterns Scverenco SOUl MR JETeaofCoeey has rented the Frith Hotel at Brodhcad and will continue to make it one of the best hotels In the State prlco consid ored THE colored republicans will have a big rally in Mrs Goodknlgbls grove on Danville Avenue today Every colored speaker In this section Is down for a talk HIOOINS KINNEYarc opening up their heating stoves Their line of Radiant Homo and Coles air tight heat ers have no equal Oho them a call be fore you buyaSALE Postmssier J C Florence hat bought of Mrs Too Hardln the Caldwell property near the Baptist church for 11000 and will materially Improve It beforo renting It a Mn J C KLMOHE camo down fromI Jelllco yesterday to bury a little daughter which lived only a few hours In the last 10 years Mr Elmore baeI burled a wife and seven children In Buffalo Cemetery NOTICE Is hereby cathat Sept 26 Is the last day for filing claims against Lincoln county Including county roads turnpikes merchants etc payable out of the levy of 1003 Gco B Cooper clerk Lincoln County Court PUIILIC SPUAKINQ Gov J c W Bcckbam and lion Ollle M James wilt speak at Somerset on Friday Oct 2 at 1 oclock In the Interest of good government and democracy Every body democrat and republican cordI- ally Invited neD V Smith Chairman OLD FIDDLERS CONTBRT There will be an old fiddlers contest in the hall over Mr J B Higgles store at Rowland on Saturday night Oot1 and all old fiddlers are Invited to enter The prizes wilt be Si to the first II to the seflond 13 to the third 82 to the fourth and 11 to the fifth THE lOib reunion of the Orphan Bri gade will be held In Louisville Sept 90 loot Opening settles at 10N A M business U A M dinner 1230 l M trip to Confederate Homo 2 V M All railroads In Kentucky Tecnestef Georgia anti Alabama have made a one and onethird rato on the certificate piau The sessions will be held In the old Chancery court room where you will register on your arrival PROORAU of teachers assoolatlon to bo held at Hustonvllle Saturday Oct 1 1003 Devotional exercisesRoy- Mills welcome address Miss Lena Yowell response M E Irullt Instru mental solo Mrt Falls tho physical side of education Mils Annie Dund tho Ideal teacher Miss Salllo Carter bow to teach reading Mrs Eubank vocal soloMlu Mary Adams tho moral side of educatlou Mr Mills how Interest the community Miss Bogle some obligations Mr Boyle address Prof Eubank This program will be given in the college chapel and tbo public Is cordially Invited to bo pros eDt DDNGAIMralto of Dr Fayette Dunlay died at her homo In Danville yesterday afternoon after a protracted Illness Besides the husband a little son Is left to keenly feel the want of a mothers tender love Mrs Dunlap was 34 years old and was a devout member of the Christian church She was a splendid woman and tbo announcement of her untimely death carries sorrow o many hearts She was formerly Miss Martha Wil liams and her hone was In Blooming ton 111 where her romaine will be ta ken today after funeral services at her late homo at 11 oclock this morn log Much sympathy Is felt hero for Dr Dunlap and his little son in their Irroparable loss May Ho who doetb all things well make them to soon real Izo that their lots Is her eternal gain KILLED liEn DnOTmmMr Mlo lie Turnbull shot and Instantly killed her brother Colonel Adam aged about 30 In tho Cedar Creek section Wednesday She used a double bar reled shot gun and the shot took effect Just below the hearth Mrs Turnbull Is prostrated over the affair and Is not Pthome Immediately after tho news of the killing reached thorn but made no arrest on account of her feeble condi tion It Is claimed that tho brother had beat her and a bruised shoulder bears evidence of his Inhuman treat meat Adams bad a knlfd in ono hand and a pistol In the other when ho en tered his sisters yard and the suppo sition la she thought her time bad come and shot In selfdefense The dead mar was burled yesterdayafternoon IFnusu fish Saturday George II Ferris CoaIF you want to buy a dandy country store address Drummer McKlnnoy Ky 2t NICE lino of ready wearand child reDI school hate Jut received Misses Straub + TAXES taxes aro now due Please call and settle before the penal ty goes on M S Baughmana I UAVE for rent 200 acres of farming land three miles east of Stanford with small house on It MO Vandeveer 2t ALL persons Indebted to Campbell Pottus will plcatu call and settle We bavo dissolved partnership W C Peltus Crab Orchard 4t A VERY largo attended S M Spoonamoros tale at Hubble Wednesday and good prices ruled Tbo Ono dinner free to all was a feature of the salo 1C OR 20 IER CENT President R H Bronaugh and Secretary W D Wallln of tho Crab Orchard Fair As soclatlon who were hero a few days ago told us that the fair company would declare a dividend of 15 or 20 per cent A LANCASTER special saps that Mr R L Hubble Took has announced for State Senator Wo have beard Mr Hubble frequently spoken of for the Penatorsblp but think there Is some mistake about bis announcing for tbe offlco Certalcly ho would not go out of his county where be Is so popu lar to make an ofllclal announcement A man of tine common sense an A 1 democrat and a clever gentleman ho will If bo decides to stand for tho offlcct make a formidable candidate and the man who beats him will make a record for himself as a runner A MrJ C Cowan bad the following to say In regard to ino death of his sister Mrs George O Barnes The letter was written by Wm Barnes who has been living on the Island for some time It was dated Sept 16 but bad been delayed on ac count of washouts on the railroad Mrs Barnes died In her chair where she had been sitting engaged In sew log liar ton William happened to come In the room and found her as It asleep There was a calm peaceful expression on her face and no sign of any struggle Death came without warning As expressed In Mr Barnes letter to his uncle It was a grand and glorious ending of a noble selfsacrl Acing llfeAdvocatel3- NCLIe SAM WANTS BIDS ON STAR ROCTBB Mr Charles Rater of the postal service with headquarters at Cincinnati who was here wltb Postmaster J O Florence Wednesday told us that bids on Star routes are wanted by tbo poatoflleo department Bidders and contractors aro required to live on or near the route and must agree to per form the service or at least give it their personal supervision No specu lative bidding allowed Box delivery and collection on every route free Persons interested In bidding on tbo routes should see copy of general ad vertisement and rules governing tbe same which Is In caro ot our poitmas sera All bids to be made beiges Dec let List ot routes In Lincoln county Liberty to Moreland Jumbo to McKln nay Stanford to Klogsvllle Rowland to Walnut Flat Preacborsvlllo to Crab Orchard Oltenbelm to Crab Orchard Lytle to Stanford Albright to Crab Orchard Stanford to McKinney Hus toovlllo to Morolan3 Bandy to Way nesburg Bee Lick to Waynesburg 0 MR BELKNAP I O Mr Belknap business man Tell me truly If you can Is the sermon at Munfordvllle Like unto a sugared pill If wo swallow all you say Will the coating wear away Leaving pardons to bo showered On Messrs Youtsoy Powers and Howard And If you gain the high position Will you make a requisition Bringing to our Stato for trial Those whore loft It for a while At things commercial interstate Ive heard It said youre simply great It should not then be brain dlsturbln For you to get the best of Durbin You promise us a new nobility Composed of business pad civility Nobles with no time for play Business business all the day Youd give us too an Ideal State Business early business late Business for our text and creed Business Buslnuts Business greed But whoa tbo State you reawaken And shes pulsing buslne8 bakeD Wont you give us martial rule And a big Bcrea school But Mr Belknap business man You may be an alto ran1 And If perchance voure so unlucky Well allll bavo left our Old Ken tucky 0 Mr Belknap butlneis man You auto will be an also ran And Beckbams pace election day Will molt your frozen smile away Bill DiD 1 I CHURCH MATTERSI Rev J H Threlkeld Is dead at Owcnton aged 7C Rev O M Huey is assisting Rev J M Bruce the pastor In a meeting at Buckeye The 63rd annual convention of the Christian church of Kentucky Is in set lion at Paris Over 1000 delegates from over the State are in uendaDcol Bucklens Arnica ITworld wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo tion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tel ter Salt Itheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Tiles Curo guaranteed Only 25c at all Druggists PUBLIC SALEI OF Live S KPerSO- flIty c Having sold my farm I will at my residence 1 mile West of Camp Dick Robinson in Garrard county Ivy Friday0cllli 1903 Expose to public sale to time highest and best bidder nil of my LIVE STOCK CROPS PERSONAIIT Sete Consisting of the following 100 head ot Cattle GO bead of horses and mules 50 mead of hogs Time above stockconsists of 12 hood of 1100 pound feeling cattle 8 hood of year ling cattle 30 bead of milk cows 12 head Polled Angus heifers 1 Polled Angus bull 10 head of butcher cat tie 20 bead of calvee Horses and Mules Fifteen bend extra yearling mules 8 head of extra workmules6 to 7 years old 0 mead of 2 year ohlmule 5 mule colts 1 pony mare and colt 1 jennets 12 head of Brood Mares including dam of GYPSY QUEEN with colt at her side which is a full brother of Gypsy Queen ELLA C with colt at her side by Montgomery Chief and several other fine bred sad dlo mares and good producers also several nice driving mares and geld ings LADY LAWSON the fine 2 yearold a full sister of Gypsy Queen Ono 3 Y EAR OLD FILLY by Al licwood very fast Farming Implements as follows Four 2horg5 wagons 3 corn planters 2 binders 2 mowers 1 drill 30 Hemp Brakes Two hay rakes 1 tobacco setter 10 000 tobacco sticks plows harness Ac of all kinds Also Vehicles Consisting of F carriage with polo and double harness 3 buggies 1 dump cart Saddles bridles and single har ness Also ono full set of black smith tools and tho following CROPS ofltimothrshock 1 acres of sorghum in shock 10 acres of tobacco in barn 226 bushels of extra seed wheat oflto importationHousehold Furniture- All my household furniture con sistiug of several bedroom sets 1 sot dining room furniture 1 silver chimes organ carpcte chairs Ac of every description Terms Made Known Day of Sale L M DUNNy Oakland Stock Farm- DANVILLE KY gird U OUR CLOTHING Fits like those pic tures on Fashion plates Suits and Ov ercoats J Cummins a McClary I CRITERION I IEa e As the name implies is the standard of per fection Few if any tailors put more in to their Coats than time Criterion people Every little detail is cared for the shape and staying of tho pocket tho neatness of the button holes the curving of the shoul derv the heavy padding of same the cloy fitting neck and breast Ac Prices s 750 To 1700 zSold Only B- yJMRobertsHe DRESS GOODS We have just placed on sale the large est assortment of Nsw Fall Dress Goods we hays ever shown All the new weaves and rice Fall shades in Broadcloths Hibi lines Bouretts Novelty Tweed Mix lures Melt D8 Kersey Prunellas Ac New Mohair Velvets and Silk for Fall wrepeTRIMMING We have all the new things in Trimmings Medallions Ornaments Bands Chiffon Applique Ecrne Cluncys Per amen Buttons Sc McCall Patterns We carry them In stock also order ex teas Subscribe for McCalls Magszlue Only 50c a year and a free pattern Free Ask for II fashion pl- ateSEVERANCE SON Heating Stoves Cooking Stoves Stove Repairs Stove Pipe Grates JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McRQBERTS 9 THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL 1 d7k s Best Ready Mixed PAINTforany Purpose 4THE JNTEKIORJOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford ai tondcldu matttr habSnhet soe3 aya sad SxtQava jT 81 PER YEAR CASH tif Ware set aopaid900 will l charg J f I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION s 24 Tra1D goIng NorthM 10 Im 02M MM 230 a m South 1217 a mo zi Mo 23 M128 pm FORRENT Mr storeroom entlyoccupied 1yWm Severance Will rent for one or more year J B OW8LKY THE Joseph Price Infirmary is all the year for the treatment of- aurghat and chronic diseases and for ton sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills duo when services are rendered and must paid promptly UMBRELLAS wRecovered and repaired and made almost as good as now for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than tho tramp repairers and for less money Glee me a trial FRANK ATKISS Stanford 1icE fTraHlorj DKALCRS IK Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter J Oloteto DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt lit attention Nothing but the bu 1111 la rrooptittentlon think air phone et telegraph orders recclvt II J D Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New York the largest companrln the world Assets 41871003512 Surplus IS regards holden 9 I3G03 69 Farm property in Casey coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky II RlMfliiony WerenInsurance Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties incoln and Casey who may be seeking insurance against hire Lightning and Tornado None but the Ilron eet and best OldLine Com panles represented and the low Cat pmsible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky V For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Once N W Car Mvers Hotel Building Snd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitable strongest in the world J Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in tho Fidelity do Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness D OItDS BIACltDRAU6HT THE GREAT fAMilY rJlfDICINf Thedfords Black Dranght has saved doctors bills more than sixty years For the common fam wnstpationindigestion plaints chills and fever bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and ulates the assists digestion- stimulates action of the kidneys prifled the blood nnd the bowels of foul accumulations It cures livercomplainttindigestion sour rheumatic pains stdeache back constlpation1diarrhroa colds and headache Every drug gist hu Thodforde in cent packages and in mam mothsize Kevcr accept a substitute Insist on having the ChatwcqraMedicine alackDnughtIsgood for any and everything I have a family twelve children and for lout have them on foot and IwalthyulUi no doctor but Mack DfMijht A J GREEN lllcwva U 1 PA KERS HAIRBALSAMClete powONever liCwftIoot NEW LIVERY STABLE L W DUBEE tl sm Prcn JUNCTION CITY KY p PintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Jay For Sain Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror I Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean classFortonEvery hlng first meet all trains 89 J La Beazley 8 Co Undertakors and- Embalmors auoDZLLxlara FuruUureMattli8ff8Rtig They will Exchange Furniture for a kind of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK ELECTION NOTICE Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April T 1003 lion James P Dalle presiding with the following Justices of the peace towlti J A Duddenir O A Smith P R COmpton and W D Wallin Whereas at February term 1003 If the Lincoln Circuit Court grand juq Impaneled for said court condemned anil declared the present court home bnlldln Insuillclcnt for the purposes for which It was Intended and unsafe for occupancy and dl rotted that such action be taktn as necex levy to remedy the defects and avoid tlu danger complained of In saldreport of sal grand Jury and whereas aald report of laId grand Jury has been presented to this court for consideration same having beer considered now therefore tbo whole court sitting It Is considered by the court that the convenience and safety and the preservation of the public records require that the unsafe and Inadequat court bouse be removed and a new one erected on present court house lot ant It Is ordered- An appropriation 10000 for this pur polO Is hereby subject to the ap proval of the legal voter of count3 to be ascertained as hereinafter directed and as required by law For the fortheproviding thus appropriated object as aforesaid It Is ordered that 40 one thousand aollar bonds of the county of Lincoln be prepared as the law direct executed sole and payable to bearer at tbo Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Kentucky that saId bonds be divided Into four series of 110001 each designated series A D G and D respectively Series A to mature In Ovo years and payable at the option of the court after three years Series B to ma tare In eight years payable at the o Uon of the court after eve Series 0 to mature In 10 payable at the option of the court after eight year Series D to mature In It yean payable at the option of the court after 12 years of said bond shall bear Interest from tho date of said bonds at the rate of 3 percent per annum payable semiannually at the Lincoln Coun ty National lank of Stanford Kentucky said bonds fhull have coupons at Cached to each bond which coupon shall be signed by the county cleric only and be shall keep a list of ail said bonds showing tho numbers dates amount time due to whom delivered which shall be carefully preserved In his office and none of said be sole at less than their par value Said bonds shall be signed by the of the county court and countersigned by the county clerk of the county Is further ordered by this court that before the bonds abore mentioned shall be Issued the proposition to Issue utile shall be submitted to of Llncoli county and an election shall be held and a poll shall bo opened at each or the several precincts In county at the regular election to be held In November 1003 which laid election does not occur within days from the date of this order at which said regular election November 1003 tho appro priation suggested by this court us directed above shall be submitted to the legal voters of tho county for their approval or rejection and M S Banghmtin shirllT of Lincoln county to hereby directed to adver tise said election and the object thereof for at least 30 days next toforp be day thereof by printed hand bills posted up at three of the most public places In clnct and electionat the count seat Said shall be held by und conducted by the otllccrsof said regular election In November 1803 In each precinct of said county and during the ours required to ho d election for county ifHcerx and said election shall be and conducted In all reopocts under the general election laws obtaining to this Common wealth at the time said election Is held The yeas and nays being demanded on the above order Justice of the Peaco J A Dudderar voted yea Justice of the Peace F n Compton voted yea Justice of the Peace 0 A jplth voted von Justice of the Peace W Walllo voted yea A Copy Attest OKO B CO PER Clerk Lincoln County Court By Eph n Punnlngton D 0 Special term Lincoln county fiscal court held Sept 1100a lion Jamo3 P Halley Judge with the following named justices of the peace to wit J A Dudderar O L ComptonWhereasterm held April 7 liK 3 entered an order which U recorded In orderbook No S pages 18 to ISO Inclusive of the orders ot said court directing bonds to be sold for the purpose of building a now court house and that an election be held on said proposition and whereas said order directs that said bonds bear interest it the rate of 3 percent er annum payable semlannually Now therefore It s ordered that so mucu of said order as directs that said bond bear 3 per cent v annum interest be set aside can celled and held for naught and that said bonds he Issued to bear per cent payable tmlannually nnd as otherwise directed In said order entered as above stated It Is publishedInllshed in the city of Stanford Ky A copy attest Oca U COOPEJI Clerk Lincoln County Court Br E D PcxKiNaroM D o atar r asc 9JaM r ESTIMATION OP OUR DE8TPHYSICIANS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION JvonsLaxative Syrup II rIs nude of Cascara Sagrada and other drugs that are equally as beneficial in the treatment of indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE IS and 50c Bottles Ask your Dru lat For Solo at Pennys Drug Store CRAB ORCHARD No damage Is reported from tbo frosts John Chadwlclc and Sam King have entered school at Lexington People of Lincoln county need to flO no further than Severance Sons at Stanford for fall dry goods Wallace Cover epnnl Sunday with bis bomefolks Cynton and Holbe Daitln of Lancaster accompanied him Mrs Joe Pleaiaatt li teaching a eelect school at her home near the depot Mr and Mrs W R Dlllloo will many sympathetic friends and relative came down from London on a specie car with all that was mortal of their pretty young daughter last Wedncsdi and friends met them at thostatton Bnd went on to Cemetery Bill where then Interred the body to await tbo recur rectlon morn The friends of the bo reaved family extend their tendered sympathy to their great lose The pro session was one of the longest witness ed hero for some time Misses Annie Austin and Llzzl Deazley of Lancaster are vlsltln here and will attend the lecture at tht Cbrlstlac church by Rev Tlnsley Mi and Mrs Lon Pettus were hero from Bores Miss lie Holdam li much bet ter Wade Perkins returned severe days ago from Nashville for a rest Little Lewis Cover had been sick but II better Mrs Wm Pettue end Mill Molllo Brooks will leave for Bryant villa and Lancaster this week to vis relatives Misses Williams and Mr Parker of London were guests of Mil Anne Bronaugh Mr Adam Rlohei continues very feeble T Smith bat told his household effects and will take his family to Oklaboma The many friends of Roscoe Perkins regret to bear of his Illness In Mexico- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Be Voted On At Tho November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for amendment to Section mi of the Constitution ol Ken lucky The General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro ride for taxation for municipal pur- poaes on personal property tangible tad Intangible based on Income II enseaor franchises In lieu of an at valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class hall not bo authorized to omit the 1m oaltlon of an ad valrcm tax on suet property of any steam railroad street allway ferry bridge gas waterheat Inll telephone telegraph electric IIlht or electric power company PAINT LICK Alya Adams sold a sow and pigs to ionry Mooro for 130 A B Etrldge sold a mare and col to Wm Todd for 1160 Mrs Wm Fitzpatrick IB visiting In anvllle Wm Wallace has returned from a visit to Louisville A little son of Richard Glllen Is quite sick Mrs tonie Adams and Mrs Psttlq Eagle nan visited In Richmond Sunday Dr easley of Richmond was bero Sun layMrs Fannie Koebler visited relative tn East Bernstadt recently S U lount has returned from the West there he has been prospecting Mid Lillie Murray has returned from a vis- It to Miss Dalla Murray in Richmond leteA Katie and Pearl Ely have re rned from Peoples O GEHMAX SYRUP Wo want to impress n our readers that Boschees German Syrup Is positively the only preparation on the market today that does relieve aDd cure consumption It contains the icciGcx such as pure tar extracts of- gumB otc which have been so highly idorEed for the cure of cough cods and miumption by the great medical cone cases The consumptive whether bis dlfelc is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and bo free from the tpasm of dry and racking cough in the morning Tho diseased parts want rest healing and sootlilttg treatment and tbo patleDt needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give free and easy pectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent relief Small bottles 25 eenl regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all ugpiets A local option electron at Louis iwronce connty was won by the dry element by a majority of 88 Thomas Orenabaw Jr accidentally ebot himself In Trig county and died from his Injuries His Life Saved by Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B L Bycr a well known cooper of this town says ho believes Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life last summer lie had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysentery and could get noth ing todo him any good until ho tried this remedy It gave him Immediate relief says B T Little merchant lien cock Md For sale by W N Craig One of the wealthiest baronets In England Is Sir Tattoo Sykes whole rent roll from his Yorkshire estate alone does not fall short of 100000 a year He Is about as ecoontrlo as bo le rich seldom wearing less than four coats while In winter he has been known to don a dozen The statistics of theImp Health Omen show that the total spent on al- cobollo liquors In 1002 throughout tho German empire was about 1025000000 an average per bead for persons over 15 years of age 135 Reed Nortbup a wealthy St Louie business man tried to kill himself while worried over his wifes continued ill health J K BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at reasonable Rate i Call on us on Depot Street Ala Dealers In Coal PUBLIC SALE I It not sold before Sept 10 10M I will sell publicly at Hustonvllle Ky at t oclock on TUESDAY GOT 81003 A splendid stock of good consisting ef Groceries Qucensware Tinware Harness and llarnen Hardware Etc Also a iplendld line of fixture Stock II exceptionally new and clean and hethan two year The itnnd l the very best in town and is a modern brick storeroom which can bo again rented one year with the privilege of live at a reasona blellgure OKU D WEATIIEHlOUI Assignee W L Evans PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public a ction at the E D Kennedy farm two miles west of McKln ier on TUESDAY OCT 1J 1003 The following described property One ryear old mule 2yearold mule I tam lIy hone saddle hone 40 3 milk C01U good bull 3 heifers Household and kitchen furniture Including a new sowing lachlne Good portion of the furniture U Haw and all is In good repair 30 acres of corn In fold and a lot of hay good two bone wagon with splendid new bed plows arnois cultivator otS Good surrey arness and wagon harness Term made enownondayofsale BatabeclnsKO x W n TA NEn McKInney ICy j+ G+ MCGbMY UNDERTAKES EM 8ALMER1 And Dealoar In ETABNESS SADDLERY 80 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs acheHeartDlaoasearavehDropsy Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you If necessary write Dr 1enuct lie bus spout u lira tlmo curing Just suck cases 03 yours All consultations free- I lend poverocuso of kidney dlscaio and rheumatism discharging bloody mutter Suffered intense pain wife was seriously airoctcd vrltli tvmalo troubles Dr lUdey and Baekachn Curocured us both F M WHEELED Randolph la DrtiEclHts 60c II AskferCookHookFree STaVITUSDAHC CURE luro Cure Clrcularlr Fuuuer rcdonta y try Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTONI STAKES 100000 PURSES October6th to 17th Grand 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Ever Offered Half Rates on all Railroads itR C ESTILL President U W SMANKLIN Secretary nn II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL CAPITAL STOCIC 50000 I Directors J n Paxton J D Owsley S n Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers flank ft Trait Company and nnder same management continuously for 39 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Kr Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in IMS then reorganized u the National Hank of Stanford In 1666 and again reorganised Ithe First National hack of Stanford In 1111 having had praetleally an uninter rupted existence for U year It Is trotter supp11ed now with tacUltiea for transaet toRbusness promptly and well than ever before In it long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited ConcertsDaily BANKa Officers Cashier Cashier pntlJdoIW Dkpr Directors Danvllla Harris Stanford Hooker Stanford Walton Lexington fIJlaajlhmaaltanror4T Hubble llaucbman Invest In Paint Paint your buildings adds 10 per cent your propertys soiling value Interior paint eoplfortGoodcost and boat paints those go far thor and lost longer than ever before Mastic Mixed Paint Is paint uso In applying you will loam that covers more surface than other paints but you must wail five years fully appreciate itoQ7ALITY Pennys Drug Store to rent farm of to Hare must cood and laud must In at this a All or sell will well to tu have of line and sale and trill to show any what wo have If you to sell It In at Ky s U J D W U t J S J J iw U F Reid B T J W P Jai J II W P TaU 1 on to to it it to rJKy L WRIST SAGS H Indies Purses and Card Cases Lowest PRICESjJust received T TeN CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig h STANFORD KENTUCKY FARM WANTED Wanted a 100 196 Improvements be be farming condition Apply Orn- CttLUTES BOONE CO Real EstatoAgents- Stanford Kentucky lCrlons tobuy farms do see WU n number Lincoln adjoIning county farms for be pleased ono our hands Olllco Doonoa Livery Stable Stanford rJ vu SHANKS President OWSLEYt ntUOlIT Assl HOOKER WEAKEN Robinson Stanford Stanford fl the days the about Hooker PUBLIC SALE At my residence North of O K and tour South of llrlger Lincoln county nlll offer for sale on- SATURDAY OOTOnER 3 1003 propertya One apple and pone orchard on IL An bulldingaandacres with good spring Nino acres of corn ofpotatoes barleesfoddercutter furllllurebaud remaining In ono two and threoyearl time other calb In hand ENZYS KA8PEIIEIT F a