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H.Alli'ii will teach tho Turkey and Mrs. Ma rm Iciinlm.'s, 02 and three times u wld- Knob school. A delightful social was given ut J. ow, were married at Cairo, III. At Memphis. Willi Lee, a wealthy C. Coulter's Saturuay night. be ripe and Chinese merchautof Jonentown, Miss., Blackberries will hoon married Mary II. Harper, a comely mu- tho Casey crop Is llatterlng. Tho M. E. district conference will be latto girl. Tho groom Is worth $(10,- 000. hcld at this pla:e August :WJ. xnere wasu uouiiio marriage at Jouu Wheat harvest Is ut hand. Tlio Lay's Tuesday when William Stratton, common. uoy crop Is bettor than The recent Miowors lmve brougitiine 21, and Miss Sarah Lay, 17, and Jesso corn out. The dry spoil cut the o:vt T. Lay, 10, and Mls Maggie Stratton, 20, woio joined in wedlock's holy crop bhort. Wesley bonds. D.ive Allen IkhikIiI of Georo Wells, of Shelby :ic. ti bunch of Iamb, athis twoHo promUod usA. N. ho was married at City, writes weeks uj,'o. that Joilet, 111., for John Wheat fc of Col. Silas Ailunw, the this week to Miss Ada Stephens BeckThe jrrave will bo decorated next er, daughter of W. W. Becker, editor Saturday, rromlnenl speakers will bo of the Joilet Hecord. They will re turn to Shelby.City about July 4. on hand. Stewart Ford, son of tho proprietor County Institute will conThe Casey Liberty, July 6. IVof. J. C of Ford's Hotel, Richmond, Vu., has vene at Willis, of Howllnjj Green, will conduct brought suit for divorce against his wife, who was a daughter of Kuv. Sam the meet Ink'. of Columbus, Small. When Ford married her she Elder X. T. Sweeney, candi- was Mrs. Jackson, and had been divorcI ml., prominently sokeu of as a succeed tho late Judge Holman, ed from her husband at Knoxviilc, date to Tenn. was a Casey product. Charles Hubbard, of Martinsville. Tho Masons jjftvo a picnic at 1'hll was on hand. Ind., and Miss Maggie Caldwell were Thursday. A largo crowd lMenty to eat. In order to catch suck- married Tuesday afternoon at the home ers l W. Hardin and George Denny of the bride's mother, Mrs. It. H. Caldweli, In Boyle, the Hev. Joe W. were advertised to apeak. Mies Emerllno Laploy, formerly of Caldwell, of West Point, Miss., olllcla-tinTho couple left at once for Janle Wash Institute, Is an announced school euwrlntendent of candidate for Win. Hobertbon was married to Miss Kussell county on tho democratic tickCynthiana Kenuu, a beautiful belle of and here's wishing she'll get It. et, This Is nolle. Dick Carter killed a, Chattanooga. Tho ceremony took place snake on tho widow Conner's place a in tho basket of a balloon, aud us soon few days ago, which had two distinct as tho preacher spoke the words that legs and feet with white, hard toenails. made them man and wife the ropes Ho showed It to nearly every man In were cut and tho couple started on a bridal tour through midair. At tho Yosomlto. Miss Sarah Uostnlti, daughter of Mr. height of 100 feel the bride got frightJohn Haituln, living on Knob Lick, ened and jumped out, landing in the died last week of consumption. This Tennessee river, from which she was makes three deaths In tho same family rescued by IwiiUneri. A hundsomo affair wit1 tho marriage .. ,i... .,,, tntifinlv in less than two years. Tho three were unmarried at the Christian church in Richmond Tuesday, of Lieut. Carlo Brltton, of daughters. leave Thursday, Ju- the U. S. Navy, and Miss Mayme Eliza-letYour hcrlbo will Collins Baldwin, daughter of Col. ly 1, for Iexlngton to attend the Chaullev. D. Edgar Foglo, who has Thomas E. Baldwin, a wealthy farmer tauqua, been attending school In Chicago, re- aud stock raiser, and a sifter of Mrs. turned home Wednesday. Preston Fo- W. H. Shanks, of this placo. The glo, who has boon attending a law church decorations were elaborate. school at Ann Harbor, Mich., returned The ceremony wus performed by the Rev. W. R. Lloyd. There were 14 at homo Saturday. Tho Methodist parsonuge burned to tendants as follows: Licuts. Jones and t, the ground early Monday morning. It Kncppcr, of the Navy, John B. C. K. Shackelford, Tom Collins, exactly how It Is not known Jut caught. Only hard work saved the T.J. Moberly, W. S. Hume, of Rich house occupied by Mr. James Gunn, mond; Misses Lou Beall. Wellsburg, which caught three times. Several lo- Pa., Minnie Grubbs, Mt. Sterling; Lida custs trees saved tho Baptist church, Uurgc.is, Muysville: Lila Chenault, llev. P. L. Creech occupied the house. Mario Wlllesmlth, Minerva Park Nothing out of tho dining room and Phelps and Olllo Baldwin, of Richkitchen was saved. Loss estimated ut mond, the lut being a sister of tho bride and her maid of honor. A recc-lio- n jfiKW; no Insurance. followed at tho bride's home. It was attended by about 200 guests. After BRODHGflD. a brief sojourn Lieut. Brltton and wife Horn, to tho wife of W. C. Cable, on will go to AnnuK)lis, where ho will octhe 2tth, a girl. cupy tho chair of mathematics in tho Dr. Clark's store building near the Naval Academy. doot is nearlng completion. At tho residence of her parents, Mr. Tho Ml. Vernop Cornet Hand will picnic July and Mrs. S. P. Beers, on North Union help furnish music for tho street at 1 v. M., Wednesday, occurred :ird. the happy inarriageof Miss Leila Beers Mr. James Maret, the clllclent editor to Rev. Ge6rge II. Turner, of Danvrlle, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, was with us night Ky. It was of u quiet nature, only a Monday. W.H. Pettus Is now few friends and, relatives being presoperator here. big picnic at fair ent. Wilbur Gullett acted In the caThere will be a July 3rd. Speech-makin- pacity of pianist, playing tho sweetest grounds Satin-day- , racing, music, fee, will lw the strains of the wedding march. Rev. C. B.Taylor, of tho M. E. church, perorder of tho day. con formed the cormouy. Miss Beers is a Mr. O. V. Jarrott, who has boon graduate of Lincoln University, having nected with tho Hoyer Wheel Co. for completed tho course this year In both tho smiles of Mjvoral years, Is enjoying tho literature and musical departments. his best girl this week. She is known us a devout church and A dispatch from Kansas states that Y. W. C. A. worker and cannot fail to little Marco Adams, who was vUltlng mako the need of her services as a her grandmother, Mrs. Hutchinson, minister's wife felt. Rev. Turner Is a last month, died at her homo Tuesday. cousin of Pros. A. E. Turner, of this Tho Pair Company people are over- city. Ho utteuded school at Lincoln hauling their track and taking out University for a while at which time Everytomo of tho shortest curves. ho became acquainted with his bride. will bo done to make It thing iosslblo year. At present he is living near Danville, tho best fair In tho mountains this Ky., where ho has charge of three A. E. Albright, W. A. Tyrco and W. Cumberland Presbyterian churches. H.Collyer have purchased a lot of T. The best wishes are entertained for buildS. Frith and will erect one or two tho newly married couple by their host After cleaning out an old ings at onco. Tho marriage ceremony was of friends. well on tho ground natural gas match and It was followed by an elegant repast, afnoticed. They touched a ter which tho bride and groom took burned fully live minutes. their departure on tho afternoon train Messrs. Egbert aud Jacob Wallln, for Taylorsvllle, whoro they will spend with the Wrought Iron u few days. They will connected return to LinCompany, of St. Louis, Mo., tiro Range week. Mrs. coln next Monday und remain until Frivisiting homo folks this will bo was day, when the final good-byW. E. Perkins, of Crab Orchard, said previous to their departure for Tuesday. the guest of Mrs. Protheroo home in Danville, Ky. supper at tho Methodist their future Dally The box Lincoln, 111., News. Thursday night was a success. Frank Oaks, aged ui. ing on the arm of tho man of her choice. She is u charming little woman and he who has won her has every right to feci proud. That sho will make him u true helpmeet in every sense of the word, there can be no doubt. The groom, who is circuit clerk of hlscoun-t- y und u licensed lawyer, is well recommended und his appearance and while hero indicate him to bo a gentleman in till that the word Implies. He is a splendid specimen of manhood and a handsomer pair than he and his lovely wife would be hard to ilnd. After tho ceremony a lunch wus enjoyed at her mother's after vv,hleh Mr. and Mrs. Bright loft for Louisville, where, after spending a fow days they will go to Olympia Springs. Until September 1st they will live at Mr. Brlght's homo but will then go to house-keeping. LANCASTER Mr. Is J. E. Bell, of Hartrord City. Ind., visiting Capt. Louis Land ram and wife and relatives. Having considered tht'qucstlou from almost every standpoint, wo have decided to adopt tho Mrs. S. D. A Word To You. Roth well will spread a dinner at tho Fair for those who do not have dinner. Tho nice will be reasonable and everybody knows It will be worth the money. I have taken my Summer outing by spending seven hours ut Dripping Springs in company with a number of friends. I had a delightful lime und feel much improved in health. Farmers being busy, thero was a smull crowd in town Monday. Among the number from your county were It. C. Warren, J. B. Puxton, Josh Swope, E. C. Walton, J. T. O'Hair and F. W. THE CAbH SYSTEM, believing that It will he more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. accumulate, consequently we can sell goods cheaer. It will take much less capital, our expen-e- s will be lets aud thero Is every reason why the cash system will prove satisfactory. We only ask you to trv It awhile and If you find It Is not to your advantage, no will not kick on jour buying from merchants' who sell on credit. Wo are satisfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 2 per cent, cheaper than the credit men nnd thl Very truh. should certainly lie an Inducement to you. llcgluutug Jul 1. 1897, No had debts will Sptdcll. Mr. Rice Benge, well known In the The Interior Journal, whoso particular friend tho bride livery business, has rented Judge is, joins their many friends In wishing Walker's stable at $000 a year for two them u long und useful life filled to ov- - years, with the privilege of live years. He has also purchased the stock and erilowing with unalloyed happiness jj vehicles and has taken possession Mrs. Bottle Rogers Held and Mrs The orutorlcul contest Tuesday night lie Cochran, aunt and sister of the was well uttended and the speakers groom, and Messrs. N. R. Bright, H. R. Prowitt, John M. Elliott, John P. showed u high degree of culture in tho King and Robert Winn, all of Mt. Ster- magic art. Tho prize was awarded to ling, attended the wedding. Tho hi Mr. D. Curry, of Harrodsburg, the dies were guests of Mrs. McAlistor and contest being close between him, Jameo Saulley and Ashbrook Frank. Mrs. Eliza Portman. Several other candidates for the olli- - FARRiS St HARDIN. METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, w A.C.S1NBJ L CEILING, V oK 3k STANFORD, X7 SIDING, KYI '.JL'N S&s&y FINISH. - Farm and Yard FenceCorn, Shipstuff, Hay, g. HUSTONVILLS. dipt. Pont Fidlor and wife, of Brad-fordsvlllo, Mur-tlnsvlll- e. -- spent a day with relatives hero this week. Mrs. Julia Chase (nee Peyton,) of Charleston, HI., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Amelia Williams. Allen & Myers shipod a car load of lambs, a car of hogs und a cur of cuttle to Cincinnati this week. W. D. Weutherford sold to P. W. Green, of Lexington, his famous l.'lj hand xny, "Juno," for 100. A female tramp, claiming Covington us her homo und Muggie Bennett us her name, was put in tho lock up on Saturday night for disorderly conduct. John S. Goode, one of our to 40-ac- ro h Che-naul- g, o church Miss AUIo O'Hrlcn, who sued tho Trinity fc Sabine railroad for $20,000 In tho damages because a dog bit her was awarded 810,000 defendant's at Woodvllle, Tex. a Lt Gov. Worthlngton has granted signed by the circuit judge. request Commonwealth's attorney and sheriff troops bo sent to of Barren county, that accompany tho Bowling Green to Stono asTol Stone to Glasgow. and has saulted a young school teacher keepBowling Green for safe at dct, No-cr- o been ing. Promptly at high noon Wednesday Mr. II. R. Bright, of Mt. Sterling, and Mrs. Liz-zl- o Portman McAlistor, of this place, wore united In matriicony ut her pretty home on East Main Street. Eld. J. T. Sharrard officiated and Mrs. James P. Bailey played In sweetest strains "Cull Mo Thino Own." Tho wedding wus u very simplo affair, thero being no attendants and ouly immediate friends of tho family present. Tho bride was attired in a handsome bluo tailor made suit, with hat to match and nover looked prettier thun when lean I BiUGirr-McAMSTEit. Held of farmers, has laid by a corn, fully half of which he tells us is seven feet high and tussling. Who can beat it? The residence of Tom Rynler&on, near Powars, was struck by lightning recently and tho building considerably shattered. Tho heuvy ruins prevented Its being burned. The otlicers of tho fair company have ugreed to hold another meeting Saturday next at 2 i. M. to decide matters vastly iniortaut to the association. Everybody Interested especially invited. The eminent divine, Rev. Martin Luther, of Chicago, will preuch tit tho Presbyterinn church here on next Sun day morning und night. This announcement is fully sufficient to fill the church to its utmost cajKiclty. He Is a jail, charged with shooting Sebastian very eurncst, able anil magnetic speak- twice. An unknown party, who fired er. at Sebastian and ran away, is thought Major Sampson Jones, of Mt. Salem, to be another brother-in-laof Turner died Tuesday morning at 4 a. m. after and tho fact that these men were toa short illness of lung trouble. Ho w as gether, has led many to believe that a h, successful farmer, a devout member conspiracy was formed to tako Sebasof tho Baptist church nm a neighbor tian's life. Tho coroner's inquest rewhose memory will bo cherished by tho sulted in a verdict that ho was killed coining generation. A faithful und by pistol shots fired by tho parties namloving husband nud a father without a ed. There were eight wounds three n wife und two about the head, three In the breast, one fault. A daughters, Mrs. Bailey Hill and Mrs. In tho side und one in tho leg. Some C5. D. McCarty, tiro left to mourn tho think thnt ho fell when Jack Turner vacant chair that never can bo tilled. shot him, during the time that he aud Ed C. Hopper, secretary of Lutoniu, S. D. Turner were clinched and firing Is sending a fow days here with friends at each other. James Pierce was with and relatives. Miss Dollie B. Wil- Sebastian, when they met near Powell's liams, the accomplished pianist, has store. He says that rough language gone to tho Ky. Chautauqua at Lexing- was used and ho pushed Sebastian buck, ton to till u 10 days' engagement. Miss when Turner's pistol appeared by his Dollie is u complete master of tho urti side from tho rear, and ho jumped from evidenced by the nume'rous offers of the between, when Turner fired and Sebasmost prominent managers and profes- tian then fired; that they then clinched sors. Legions of friends and admirers and continued to tiro'.until Sebastian will bo attracted to tho Chuutuuquu by fell. Other witnesses testified to subthe announcement of her engagement stantially tho same, while somo doubts as pianist. were raised ns to who fired first. Sover-n- l, The wheat harvest in this section is who vvoro not sworn, claim that Seover and htaoking Is being vigorously bastian shot first. It is claimed that pushed for fear of a repetition of last Jack Turner, who is in jail with S. D. season's damp experience. We note a Turner, and who is his cousin and very decided unwillingness on tho part brother-in-lafired twice, while they of tho farmers to sell at tho present were clinched nnd that Sebastian fell prices offered and many will hold their when he fired. S. D. Turner told mo crops awaiting tho fulfillment of those at tho jail that Sebastian fired threo sacred promises of prosperity. Our times before ho shot, undjthnt he thrust MeKlnloy democratic (?) farmer will his pistol aside once, just ns it was pleuso stund up: Now, why does tho discharged, leaving a powder burn on rulsor of export cattlo get less for them his shirt bosom. The examining triul Friday, when the this yeur with an advance of over is set for of a cent per pound for statements may be cleared live cattlo In Liverpool over lust year's away. R. H. Tomlinson and Capt. price thero? How long will It tako tho Win. Herndon have been retained for American farmer to seo somo of tho tho defense, and J. Mort Rothwoll for n beneilts (?) of a single gold standard. tho prosecution. Sebustlan was u living near McCreary, farmer, An association has boon formed ut about six miles from town. S. D. TurIndianapolis to carejfor the grave of ner lived In tho same section, having Nancy Hanks, tho mother of Abraham moved hero from Madison county a few Lincoln. years ago. It is believed now that John Wilson, a wealthy citizen of thoro will bo no further trouble. Clay county, wus found dead near Man Queen fc Crescent 81.2.) excursion to chester, having been shot from ambush partles.HA few years ago Cincinnati, Sunday, July 4th. The by unknown Wilson was urrested and trlcU lor tlio great Zoo will bo open, Conoy Island, tho Lagoon and murder of Garrard Baker, of Manches- open, offering Chester Park will be splendid attractions. after, but was acquitted by tho courts The round trip rato from Junction City id only $1.23. Jas. Roy agent, W. C. ter a long drawu out trial. Tho Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. was conclusive In his favor. ri w -w w ces for which nominations were not made, will present their claims to the democratic committee July 8, when somo more good men will be put in the Held, making an invincible ticket. Let Oats and us have no primary und all will bo well. The sules of property for taxes mude by Sheriff T. B. Robinson amounted to about W.OOO, the sheriff being tho prinAlways on Hand at cipal purchaser. Capt. I. M. Dunn sold six shares of National Bank stock at $100 per share. Rico Benge wold several plug horses ut $4 to $10; a d Orders at Special Prices. bunch of yearling steers at 518.."0 per head und milk cows at 2.' The killing of Sebastian by the xx mi Turners, notice of which was given In your last, wus doubtless the most tragical killing in tho history of the county, considering the relationship between tho parties and the circumstan WILLIAM SHELTON, ces which brought it about. Sebas-tiun'The Next Session wife is S. D. Turner's sister. Turner married a daughter of J. P. Nave, a wealthy farmer, whose wife is Sebastiun's sister. Turner und wife For full iniormatio about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Cata- did not live happily together, and she loguo Address , MRS. NANNIES SAUFLEY. Lvov Principal, Stanford, Ky. moved to her father's. Turner sued THE BLISanA33 KBRD Nave, her father, for damages accusing him of alienating tho affections of Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey EED EQQS, his wife, but he was defeated. He then sued Nave for slander and recovered My breeders were selected from the best herds of $2)0. Sebastian being a brother-in-laof this famous breed of swine In several States A of both parties, was a witness for splendid lot of pigs of dltlerent at fur sale. 11 red sows a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed Nave nnd bad feelings have existed solicited. Address ever since. Jack Turner, who is a R. H. BRONAUOH. brother-in-laof S. D. Turner, is In "! Orchard, Ky. 33MbW"5i2T' Feed of Car-Loa- Eery Sort THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. J. H. BAUGHMAN 6t CO. -- THE f STANFORD f FEMHLE f C0LLEG6 'I President. "X7"ill IBegrinSepterciToer Stla., 1897. Corres-londetic- o 1 CANDY KITCHEN. I can now supply tlio peoplu with Froili 2STOTIOE3 ! All iersons deslrinz Locust I'osts for nlank fence. Cuitdy of many vitrle ties and Mipcrlor excelpost nud railing or ire fence can fitid wliat they lency every day. I urn making ltnnelf want at in near Cedar Creek, on the pike tuul guarantee MitKfnctlon. Give mo a call. leading from Cral, Orchard to Stanford I also keep on hand a supply of plank fur feueltn:. All J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford. Sale Lincoln Co. Bonds. The undersigned committee, will on door tu StanIn front iif the Court-llous- o ford. Ky.. soil publicly 2S Lincoln County p.iyablo In 20 years, Bonds of with privilege of paying In live, bearing I annually. tier cent, lntcres't, payable Issued under section l,s57 of Ky. Statutes. kinds of lumlier for bnlldlu,? purposes; also boards nnd shingles. All persons desiring any nrtlcloof mis Kind can call on me at lur store near Cedar 32 Creek. G. V. SINGLETON'. heart-broke- D. S. CARPENTER, MONDAY. JULY ia, 1897, Hustoriville, aiiylKxly Will carry a larger stock of Furniture of all kinds this year than eer beforeand wIIIm'11 chiamrthau Plow.: The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan, Silver Steel and Clmttauooita aud taints of all kinds. Culthators aud Doutile Shovels, all Malta make, the Kit tit the world. Farmers, call In aud get any thing you want from a buggy down. llespcctfully, D. S. CAIU'ENTEIt, J. J-.- T. V. L. Dawso.v, l J. V. Cummins, VCommlttei II. 1'AXTO.V. ) Money to loan on Improved city property or farms in Stanford and Lincoln county al er cent , payable ftemt'Annually. Also I wll furnish Iwnds for public or corporation otHclaltt Executors, Administrators or Guardians at reason?CY., able rates. Am agent for lour of the liest Fire Inltoof surance Companies lSolo proprietor of Dean's Mack Diamond wcmI. fcollelt patronage of doing business In Kentucky and in Stanford. palatini; l"iut. Estimate jimiishcd for guaranteed All lUttes same as other property holders business companies doing here. metal nnd Iron roofs. Satisfaction WALLACE E. VAK.NOX, Agt. roofs painted with Dean's 11 lack Diamond l'aint warranted for years. Dealer In Iwst Cistern rumps andtiatvanlzed Iron Kilters, (iulvanlwd und lll.ick -Iron Hootlnc of all kinds. Til IP Jones, KF G TO LOAN, Wtl Ml, S'l SHEET STANFORD, M WIS, sl-C- D0RS6Y GOLDDUST to-da- y, con-tlictin- g three-quarte- rs well-know- ovl-rinnc- A No. 52012. Producer of combined aud Eastern horses that sell for good prices, will make the present sea-o- u at Tk.v Dollaiis to Insure a livAlso xa, 1897, ing colt. colt. jack, ltoscoe, at $5 to Insure MONDAY, u living F. KEID. N. It. Horsey Golddust has produced a of 12 M. and 4 I'. M., at p1il.s iif iimhlml lmr.ii4 tluit iittmpt tmv- Ik'twccu tho hours door In Stanford, Lincoln ers und bring good prices, regardless of jwn- the Court-lloucounty, Ky., I w III evposo to the highest bid- ICS. der for cash In hand, to pav the county, State aud school taxes for the years 1M1, IM2, 1MW, D9l, the following described property, or mi much thereof as may be necessary to pay to pay tho ald t.txen'wltli nil costs MAItlOX, CU1TTENDEN CO., KV. and lnteret. Cost on each list for advertisement aud levy, $2, must be paid. U. llraune fcr lhl2, 1U4 acres, Klngs-vlll- e, COO acres, Itoblnsou Laud, A Delightful Bummer Resort. 52T acres, Freeman Land, school SS'-33 taxes for ls'Jl-- 2 Close to ltallroad; Double Dally Mull: SplenE. J. lllchards, 40 acres near John Tydid Music; Table First-Clas- s. 1 S5 ler' For Terms, write to v lS'J2-a-40 acres. Jacob Ottonhelmef, THUKMAN k COOK, Pilous., - Marlon, Ky 1,200 acres, John Tutnbull, ' 140, Peter Chandler, 000 acres, Hastlu Sc Collier, 01 acres, Wash Harris, Same for 1893: 730 acres Untune, MRS. U. D.SIMPSON, I'ror.. 05 acres Murphy, 40 acres ltlchards, 40 acres, Arthur Ilnw., 35 acres, x Ottenhelm. Same for 1S04: 452 acres, 450 acres, 87 acres, 00 acres, Total tux... 75 70 35 acres, Ottenhelm. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd table. Everything first-clas- s. Portera J.N. MENEFEE. uijet 89 trains. Lincoln Co., Ky 32 Sheriffs Sale for Taxes. JULY so .HI M. CRITTENDEN SPRINGS l 4, Mason Hotel l.au caster, Kentucky. , ia'yfc.- - ."". ,c ? ?.. J Jt.. m ii mi f'3 s?a Ik1 I! J B Ir iv R Tho Senato kindly placed foreign FARM AND TRADE, postage stamps on the free list. JOURNAL The Senate finance committee llxed Suits have been filed against Fayette Corn Is getting exceedingly scarce in THE INTERIOR the dutv on coal at 07 cents per long county citizens for unpaid State taxes this section. Furmors of Woodford refuso 05e for ton. to July 2, 1S97 Warren county republicans nomina- amounting C. half a million dollars. the their wheat. Stanford. Ky., Dalley the founder of Rev. W. A yearling colt by Leonatus brought ted Hen P. Gardner, a boltocrnt, for Northern branch of the Methodist county clerk. Episcopal church in tho South, is dead $!t.")0 at St. Louis. W. P. WALTON. tooils nre tho two qualities recognized by Wanted, a small lot of corn, quick. And in business low prices nnd The sentence of death imposed on at Knoxvllle. all buyers. Wind, blow, brag, bluster, unfounded claims, never yet built up a bus" Gen. Rivera, the Cuban leader, has All tho largo Iron mills in the coun- Apply at this office. M. N. Depauw sold to J. C. Johnson, incss Merit and lawest prices for the be-- goods alone hold tho trndo for any house, been suspended. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. try are closed and will remain so until That is why tho Louisville Store grows where others shrink. Look nt our proof be a the wage question is settled. A strike of Boyle. 20 fat hogs at .'1c. The prohibitionists are preparing Fo Ap'late Cl S. J. SHACKELFORD memorial to Every item we present is a money saver. Legislature to Is said to be likely at several points. of Ben Lewis low O. I. Huffman bought the next " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. modify tho local option laws. to a small bunch of hogs at 21c. A deposition was filed at Pinevlllo ' Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. Hon. Ed Porter Thompson has an- the effect that Mrs. Cora Ramsey Is reColumbus Bishop is selling n good " Representative, - M. ' NORTH. nounced his candidacy for State super- siding with her former husband, Thos. deal of corn at $2 at tho crib. " County Judge, - J. E. LYNN. Stock wanted to graze on my farm intendent of public instruction. II. Stark, and their son In New York ' County Cirri; - GEO. R. COOPER. A review shows that Deboe has fared City. near Hustonvllle. P. P. Bishop. HELM. " Countu Attorney, HARVEY Crash Suits -- Alpaecn Contain fist Mack nt flench Fancy color Summer Coats miserably in the pie raid at Washing A M. Poland sold to L. C. Bosloy a John II. Mlllikln, district passenger " Circuit Clerk. J. F. HOLDAM. B.i'brigiin Shirts nnd DrnsvuM 4"jc Suit. Suparior stylo- Men's ILus at 60c ton, and the great man is very blue n:cnt of tho L. & N., foueht a blood tine long yearling Shorthorn heifer for tl to ii Sherif, - - 5.1 ML. M. OWENS about it. Silk lined nnd wnhahle Golf Cnpi nt 25c Cotton made pnnU a pair. less duel with a burglar which had en- $50. " Jmfcr, - - GEO. W. DEUORD. the dem- tered his room In Louisville. Three Bob Neeley, tho favorite, won the Secretary Gage has cheered C. G. RAKER. " Artrmr, ' Kentucky Steeplechase at Latonia ocrats in the treasury by announcing shots were fl.cd by each. ID. LANDGRAF. that he must be informed of all dis" Coroner, A number of persons at Franklin Tuesday. Supt. School, GARLAND JINGLETON missals and reductions. W. B. Crabb, of Eminence. shlpcd made an unsuccessful attempt to hang They are saying now in Washington Gov. Bradley and Lieut. Gov. Worth-ingto- n to New York 1,500 lambs that averagSum titer Vests 5c. Fine Wenched nnd Unbleached nt 10c, worth double the men; THE TENNESSEE INDUSTRIAL that the balance of the Kentucky in olllgy on account of tho pres- ed 85 ounds. SCHOOL. are held up to enable the ence of troops, who are guarding DinR. II. Bronaugh's Kitty B. started at ey. Light weight Skirts fl.2i. Lawns in fast colors 4J. New lino of Indie Belts tho protest ning. president to Latonia Tuesday, but could do no bet- in nil tho popular shades 25c each. We are making While in Nashville last week we against Sapp. consider Two persons were killed and four ter than come third. went by instructions from the board of The democrats and populists of Es were seriously injured oy a coach up-- Robert Burton, of Garrard, sold to trustees of the Kentucky Houses of till have fused. Tho democrats have settlng near Dover, N.J. Tho lead John C. Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch of Reform to the Tennessee Industrial steers at $11). the detail of its named candidates for all the otfices ex horses became frightened at a cow and School, to examine into cept county judge and school superin they ran over an embankment taking John P. Gooch sold to Woods & Lynn Of Wash Dress Fabrics, Organdies, Dimities, Organdy Lnwns. I'erlnn Mulls, etc. ' management and the construction 01 tho populists naming them. a bunch of lambs at 4c. Two of them On our Bargain Counter now to close out. They must go. the buildings. Stating our mission, we tendent, of incompetency against E. tho coach villi them. 'Firt come, lint cervod.i Charges Judge A. C. Hniley, of the Boyd weighed 120 ounds each. Dress Goods were never known so were very cordially received by Supt. on top of the Indictment county court, holds that the will of tho A yearling, a full brother to the W. C. KllTington, who, to use a hack- T. Pranks, 0 is apparently the against him at Frankfort, have caused late W. L. Geiger is valid. Mr. Gelger great Henry of Navarre, brought neyed expression, a change in Senator Deboe's slate. Mr. left n fortune estimated at $100,000, to under the hammer in New York. right man in the right place. He has T. J. Yandall, of Marlon, who was the American Tract Society, and about Woods & Lynn bought of Silas Anbeen in charge of such institutions for lambs averaging 73 pound" at slated for the chief deputyshlp under 810,000 to his family, who contested the derson years and being a lover of chilFranks, has Instead been appointed will. The case will bo apiiealed. 4e and of William Gooch IK) A clean sweep If prices will do it. All plain nnd Noveltlcup to 40c go nt 2oc per dren and a humanitarian In Its strictest II. B. Chamberlain, formerly of Den- ers at the same price. do a grand work collector at Owensboro and Pranks will ynrd. sense, ho is enabled to his chief deputy. Doc Drye is working W. A. Trlbblo's ver, Col., who died recently in Engin the rescue of immortal souls from be land, made a failure of .'10 branches of Kate Malloy and W. L. Evans' Huma, ilorrroilntlnn and destruction. The in business before he started boom to West preparatory to taking In tho fairs. It Told stitution is located Several mllcf out of would be hard to find two finer saddle ern real estate. He conducted his acres, whose the city on a farm of "5 A census of tramps is to bo taken in on such a larire scale that mares than these. greatly ennatural beauty has been Indiana. when he died he owed $15,000,000. Tho man who said there would be no Ever in this city. Ox Woods In 1 nee Shoes nnd Oxford. Tnns, Hlnek, Ac. Don't hanced by Mr. Kllvington, who began William P. Hocy, the noted comediActing Governor Worthlngton hns peaches this year evidently didn't forget it will always pay you to inspect our line before you buy. iteutomber we life as a landscape artist and who has an, is dead. pardoned Jim Holt, of Russell county, know what he was saying. A lot of give a used his talent in that line to good efe In Franklin county who was sent up in 1812 for 21 years for the finest ever seen heru this early are Tho last fect. In the construction of the buildmanslaughter. Holt wn's tried and sen- already on the market. Glasgow display. has been thrown open. ings there has been no effort at Indians are burning lences and kill tenced, and uon appeal to the higher Times. however, but conThey are handsome, ing cattle in Wyoming The most remarkable wheat crop ov court got a new trial. On the second venience and adaptability were considChicago's population, according to trial he was given a 21 year sentence. er known is now being harvested Oi n handsome piece of SILVERWARE with every i25 Purchase. ered more than outside display. The Come to n estimate, Is 1,S:'S,000. The judge told him at the time if he throughout East Tennessee. The administration building is an imposing the latest see us. o0 would accept this verdict and not apThomas Ilines, of Paducah, ate has been a injrfect one, and the brick structure, every room of which advantage. The bananas in 30 minutes and won W0 by peal, he (the judge) would Indorse an farmers had planted an unusually is used to the best application for pardon in five years. large crop. The output will be enorboys cat and sleep near it and in anoth it. The Golden Cross cold miucs near Holt took no appeal, and tho governor mous. building several hundred yards diser A. UHIiANSKY A CO, I'RonuirrouH. changed hands and judge think he went to the peniGeorge McRoberts sold to J. W. tant the girls find place for school, San Diego, California, T. D. HANKY, Manaobh. tentiary with the understanding that Bales 05 cattle at a little over 4c. They sleeping departments anddiningrooms. for $1,500,000. J. C. Lyon, a Logan county farmer, he was to remain but five years. Hence will welirh about 1,250. Elmwood Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lnwrenceburg, Cynthlana, As there are now "00 children in the VvrnniMo, Emiof hay and in- the pardon. Stock Farm, owned by Reuben Gentry, nence, Georgetown, Klixabethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mauckport, Ind. institution, it will be seen that a good was thrown from a load stantly killed. offered at public wile last Saturday deal of room Is required. Mrs. Pauline Widmer and daughter, was withdrawn at $5!). Tho conbut Hubble, The children have to study 4 hours suicide totending bidders were Richard Cobb, KEEP YOUK- a day and work the same length of Miss Pauline, committed Wheat is all harvested in this com Jr., and L. W. Hudson. Advocate. occupations are gether at Owensboro. time. Twenty-seve- n The Woodford fiscal court has pur- munity nnd Is very good. R. P. Thnceer, of Anderson, raised taught from blacksmlthlng and G. A. Swlnebroad bought some heif- - 31 lambs from 22 ewes. Twenty-sichased the last turnpike In the county of telegraphy, stenography and to ers of II. D. White at 2!c. the lambs averaged IK) pounds when deThere is also a printing and all roads are now free. typewriting. Bro. Go wen being called away, wlll livered last week. There were 175 catMrs. Susan Buckner, died In great office and a neat littlo; paper is gotten agony at Athens, O., from the effects not fill bis regular appointment here tle on the market Monday, none first out weekly by and for the benefit of of Sunday afternoon. a locust stiug. class; 500 to 700 ound heifers brought the children. "Roys," said Mr. KllThe ladies'ald society will give a full, 2c, and cows 2e. Sheep sold ut $2.40 Two men were killed and another fagentleman has come all vington, "this round supper here Sundny evening Ju- per ewt. and hogs $3. Winchester the way from Kentucky to see you, tally wounded in a fight at a Methodist ly 13, Will buy n handsome three piece lied Koom Suit, Bed. Dren-e- r for the benefit of the new church. Democrat. church in Dallas county, Tex. and Wash Stnnd. can't you give him a serenade.1" in a . Mrs. Alexander Campbell, widow of Admission 25 cents. in- The following officers of the RichThis suit will ba Inid down nt station in Kentucky iiKin receipt of above nmoiint, twinkling, 2o or .'i0 boys with brass Charley Barnes and Emmett Burton mond fair, which will bo held July church, struments formed a band and gavei the founder of the Christian 95. are up from Somerset with a bunch of Bethany, W. Va., aged were elected at a meeting held a "Dixie" and several other popular and died at IrV. Judge Reeves refused Col. Galther's cattle. George Wood has been on the few days m;o. John B. Chenault, presiwith the excellence alinspiring airs request to have persons attending the puny list for a few days. dent: S. A. Denthernge, secretary; J. most of experts. The girls, several Maria Owsley's boy fell from a small S. Crutcher, treasurer; S. B. White, J. Branch Store at, Huston ville, J I. . Cainnitz, Manager. hundred of them, were in school when Dinning trial at Franklin, disarmed. Henry rorrer, a tanner living near tree a few days ago and broke his arm. J. Nealo and D. R. Tevls, vice presiresponse we looked In on them and In head in a swill Dr. Kinnalrd was telephoned for nnd dents. Premiums and purses aggreto the superintendent's request sang Wooster, O., held his the arm set and the boy Is now doing gating $0,000 will be offered. and slowly drowned to death. 'Tennessee" for us very enthusiasti- barrel Louis Gallothas been found guilty In well. cally. The children, and grown ones Dr. O'Neal, of Lancaster, presented 00 counts for stealing $.'100,000 from tho too, love Mr. Kilvington as a father and RELIGIOUS. Union National Bank of New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Eubanks with a he treats them as if each was his child. Elder J. S. Kendrick, of Danville, Pour convicts were killed by light- new girl Tuesday evening The hinds He has a wonderful Influence over them vv o meetis doing is ning in a camp near Dakota, Ga., and on tho farm say Mack hn been very had 12 additions tit his G and the good the Institution ing. during the excitement 20 others escap- cross for a few days. shown in the fact that of the 000 sent One of our jolly old widower's reTho High Bridge camp meeting will out from it only 12 have turned out ed. Two sections of a train crashed to- cently saw cause to propose to a young be held July 23 Auir. 1. B. Fay Mille badly. The rest are making good citigether at West Chicago, 111. Three widow, who owns a small farm adjoin- and Talnuige will be the drawing zens and earning honest livings. ing him, by pro)osIng to take thecross cards. 20 or 30 InjurThe arrangement of the buildings persons were killed and fencing from between their farms. She ed. The Bible has been translated, as a and the sanitary precautions are of Students of the Agricultural College sent him word that it was not leap year whole or in parts, into 70 of the 438 the most approved designs and methods. but to come up and they would try to languages and lf3 dialects spoken in There is never any sickness of conse- at Ann Harbor, Mich., blew open a agree on a disposition of the rails. Africa. vault and robbed the institution of quence there and the children all look Ed Miner's grandfather has been A new Baptist church, which cost$2,-30Mr. Kilvington healthy and strong. He Is now 70 was dedicated Sunday at Milldale. T. Graves was sentenced at with him tome days. Georire tells us that by a law of the Stute chilNewport to five years imprisonment years old and can read tho finest print Rev. J. A. Lee, of Jaek&on-Wullidren who commit certain offenses nro having tlvo anu kill squirrels In the tallest trees fame, raised the funds for it. sent to the School without trial anu for bigamy. He admitted Up till with a rifle without glasses. A BiHlo sold at London, England, wives. 1231 without sentence, thereby doing away Newport. Ark.. about six years ago, he tells us, he had Monday for $20,000. It was known as A neirro man at a proceeding with the stigma that such fA to use glasses, when all at once his eye the Mazarine Bible folio of Vellum and would place upon them. He also tells crushed a man's skull, criminally as- -' saulted a woman and then cut her sight came to him and since thai time was printed in U.'iO and was the first us that no precaution is taken to pre- - j he llses none. book ever printed with movablo metal BY vent escapes anu mat a ciiuu rarely throat. type. The motion for a change of venue for j MiK Purdom has returned from a ever runs away, always returning if he An autograph letter from John Wes Dinning was overruled at it up in the mountains. Katie McClure, docs. Ho lias no .trouble at all from of the boys and girls and Franklin and the trial has begun in of Casey county, is visiting her sister, ley advises that Sunday morning serthe proximity Mrs. J. A. Hammonds. E. P. Woods vices should not continue over an hour says that it is much better as he has it earnest. Willie Oldham, aired 12 years, was' was here this week receiving some and a half, and at any other time, arranged than if they were separated lambs, which ho had contracted in the morning and evening, our service by many miles. They are- not allowed killed at Henderson by a blow from a ' thrown base ball, which struck him in early part of the season. Mr. Woods hould not exceed an hour. The attento mingle, though they meet together will doubtless lose some money on tion of Bro. Grinstead-icalled to this. the stomach. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, once a week in divine services. ' ,,Mes-- j Sohweinforth, the was taken from jail In them, but he is taking them all tho Harry Gilliam is wonderful how this family of Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. It d siali," of Rockford, according to contract, and III., has contracted, T4 over 700, for it is more like a family Monroe county, Ala., Sunday night and same, 'for the purchase of 2,000 acres of land by a mob for robbing and as- - body is satlslled with his pick. Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se institution, is ruled than a semi-penin Benton county, Ark., with tho view! by kindness and love. Mr. K. always saultinga woman. Q K:RSION TO ATLANTIC of removing his proteges from Illinois 1 ho Columbia Bui ding, Loan .V- Sav-- , children with a pleasant greets the CApK and establishing one of his "Heavens ' word and it seems to give them real ings Association and the Commercial People In that section are On Thursday, July 8th, tho Chesii-huv- o there. Building Trust Co., both of Louisville, pleasure to have him notice them. He & Ohio railway will run an ex- - wrought up over iho matter. gone to the wall. , peake and his excellent wife seem to have Pranklln Bassford, a New York curslon to Capo May and Atlantic City, At tho ISth annual meeting of the been born for the splendid work they if the Kentucky com- - lm'l eoirumueu suiciuo oecau&e ins leaving uexingiun uwiw a. .m. ior Kentucky Women's Foreign Missionaare doing and m U.Innors are able to secure oiliccrs half uewly purchased yncht did not have as $13 round trip, tickets good returning ry Society of the M. E. Church South, 12 days from date of s;ale. The oxcur at Versailles, tho following ollieerfl i.i.. Liiui v.wuuit,i Liiuui- .1 iii I'lin.iiiin .i...,. m,ivi ;.,wi,i.. ti...... - much sneed as his rival's. them nnd then only Pure Driici such as nre ..... Let druiri alone unlessyou really need....... sion train will run via Washington and were elected The neoDle of Ghu-iro- President, Miss Bello i. .,.!,., . . l . .... SUIVU') lutnj. i l ,nana paitisiiiKinguruggisw. Philadelphia and fhn Tennessee Industrial School Is a ' -' sin indignation meeting because coast for dinner arrive at the Jersey Bennett, of Richmond; First Vice sold by particular the next afternoon. President, Mrs. G. S. Savage, of Louisuu.a uruureu wumi poun " TT,n,l..Un even wav ami Its sunor n- Through sleepers will be provided and ville; Second Vice President, Mrs. G. model oflicer and Christian to protect tho Negro Tol Stone. tendent a After willing his property to a ten- every efTort made to make tho trip an N. Butllngton, of Earlington; Third. gentleman, and the State will be many ant William Goings, of Portsmouth, enjoyable one. Tickets nt same rates times repaid by our visit. I the.0 th, O., kissed his wife und children good- can be purchased at Shelby ville,Prank-for- t, Mt. Sterling and Ington, Treasurer, Mrs. Stephen No. facts when the time comes for you to patronage n drugget. Patent medicines of Winchester, The Ohio democratic State conven bye and then" blew his brains out. Col. P. D. Mussey, formerly Wash- - other stations on tho C. & O. Send In land, of NIcholasvillo; Conference Or- - known merit. Best perfumeries. Toilet Soaps, the puio nnd safe sort, Combs, tion nominated Horace L. Chapman for ... governor, m. silver rupuuucuiis win ingiuu corresiHinuoni oi rine ommcr your name for sleeping car berths. For ganizer, Miss Mary Bruce. Tho time ' lJrusuc3 and m" uotties. ine ll..UUAM..l.ll..n....fll JC - -JU - CS' nut out a separate ticket and the popu- - elal Gazette, died of Bright's disease. full information write to George W. and place of meeting for next year wore -m m aw He was widely known as a journalist. Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. not decided upon. will do likewise. lists POLITICS - Only ! Uerit Wins ! tlrst-c'a-- Men's Necessities ! Ladies' Necessities. 700-K)un- d A SPECIAL SALE $2,-00- SMJ tfO-o- d- News Briefly $l?oe5 &r)d Oxfords, - toll-gat- Handsome Bronze Clock, sec-so- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. s -- shoe-maki- ng x Eye On The Bulletin. $11.00 f 27-3- 0, IV. WiTHERS. STANFORD. SPECTACLES I CRAIG &. la-g- TO SUIT EVERY EYE. HOOKER. KN HCCURHTE FIT GUKRKNTEeD. ?2,-40- 0. 0, ng . UnDGKCAKIOG I vis-Geor- ge C. M'CLARY. - I Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. s I every-hange- al ! I LET MGS AL0IE I ... Jf ' w . "" We Keep Only The Best. Vf e! I 1 . I flfPf lf CTVtDC w 'wa . L. ,, '" ' ' '"'"I i riii .ft. -- ' " LIU 'i..asi- t4 IJ.-H- 1 flrTiatartfr ffTiM i i .iftnilifciiiTm-T- !! r- n ' " lfMttKK3 "1 OUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., trusses ylvo tlio CruiL' ffl'CUtGUt satis-factio- n. FLY paper nnd Fly Traps at Warren Sum- - it Houkcr. it Shanks'. Rhino your prescriptions to us If you want prompt and ellieient work. Craig it Hocker. DoitA, - July E. C. Walton, Ul'sinixs Manaoer. la clicaitofit. Go to Extlno it Co. to j:ot your Jolly Glasses of nil nier suits mitdu cheap. kinds at Warren it Shanks.' 2, 1897 Oiielisic Hour Is the bost in Tin: soda water at Penny V is pure, tucky. J. C. Florence. cold and refreshing. Try it. Fruit Jars and the daughter of ' Ken- - Dick Hester, fell from a tree Wednesday nnd lighting on her head, concus-- . slon of tho brain was produced. She was Clothing. My stock Is vet full of Good Tilings and Choice Spring Patterns. That's The host our paints, lend and oil uru cheapest, cheap. l'diny's Drtii Store. why Ice cold Ice cream soda water, pure Goto Geo. FJxtlne it Co. to have jour clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed fruit syrups at John II. Molr's. considerably better yesterday p to-da- PERSONALS. Dlt. l'ERCY He.ston, of Hrodhond, was hero yiMnrday. Miss Jennie Warren Is visiting relatives itt Lancaster. Dick Gentry, of Lexington, spent several days at his homo here. MR. K. S. ItlTCIIlK, of Louihvllle, is the guest of tho MIsm-- Mcnefeo. Miss Annie Siiioi.ii, of Lexington, is tlio guest of Mixs Lllllo Peyton. Mr. A. J. HritTON, of the McKinnoy section, is very ill of heart trouble. Tin: editor has been conllned to his bew by sickness for thu piut two days. MR. I). V. Is mill. Kennedy, head miller at Carter t Straub'snow of Melvinney, Miss See Woods wunt to Winches-to- r yesterday to visit Miss Kftle Harnett. Mus. 1. V. Fish returned from a visit to her mother at Lexington yesterday. Missus Hessie and Sivsie Yantis, of Winchester, are guests of Mrs. J. Smith went to Lexington yesterday to visit the family of J. M.Sibold. has been iisnignod to Norlluul's distillery in I'ulaski county. Mlt. II. K. IlKNKY, of the Cuntral Kucord, Lancaster, paid us a pleasant call Wednesday. of Columbia, Miss Kstii.i.-Wilmwho lias buon with Mrs. Theo. I'owoll. s, A. Duddurur. Mil. and Mits. W. T. storekeeper g. a. Benedict returned Friday. Miss Mary McAfee attended the Womous' Foreign Missionary convention at Versailles. Mlt. AND Mus. Horace Brown wont to Linuiettu Park Springs Wednesday to sxjnd a few weeks. Mits. Woody IIali: and Mrs. T. F. Spink and children went to Crab Springs yesterday. T. 1. SlIAWLEY, of the L. it N, with headquarters at Lebanon, was with friends here Wednesday. MissHosaL. ALVERSON. of Rich mond, is wth Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al verson at Mr. John W. Rout's. Misses Garrard, and Willie were guest of Mrs. T. .1. Foster. is past MliK. AMKItic'A WnfTi M, Is enjoying a visit to Mrs. Ell41 Hlaln, down on Hawkins' branch. Mrs. X. A. Tyree went to Corbln Tuesday to see her llttlo grandson, Raymond Cook Tyree, who Is very 111. Messrs. J. C. Hays and John 1. Jones ruturucd from Russell Springs yesterday In line health and as fat as matches. Dlt. J. G. Carpenter and John n Hright, Jr., attended the marriage at Richmond Tuesday evening. S. M. Owens, of the Melvinney section, was painfully hurt by his horse falling with him In his wheat Hold a few days ago. I XCNNELLEY has been MRS. suffering for a week with a carbuncle on her wrist, and Mr. Nunnolluy with a spinal alTectlon. Mlts. UitKClC JONES, who came with her husband to Danville to thu burial of his mother, spent a few days with her brothers and sisters here. Denny, of Hritton-Baldwi1 Florrie Heath, of Illch-mon- d, Miss Kate Hlain Is attending the State Teacher's Association at Howling Green.. Sho is on the program to take part in numerous discussions. Mkssks. A. J. and R. M. Johnston, of Conway, are on a visit to their father, Anderson Johnston, who is at Joseph Price Inllrmary for treatment. J. Carroll Hailky Is back from Lexington, where ho has been attending a business college. He brought with him a sheepskin and a handsome moustache. to represent that institution in the oratorical contest at the Lexington Chautauqua. July 3. Miss Lizzie Booh:, who graduated last week at the Protestant Inllrmary ,at Lexington, as n trained nurse, will. thu Herald says, become the attendant of Mrs. Gen. Preston. JAMES M. Saufley, Stanford's entry In the contest at Lancaster Tuos-da- y night, did not win but he got one ,voto for tho prize of $20. Deo Curry, of Harrodsburg, was tho winner. PICTURES of Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Hright, who were mado ono here Wednesday, appear in tho Louisville DisFortunately the patch of that day. names were printed under tho pictures. Cai'T. Thomas Richards, wife and daughter, Miss Hesble. went to Danville Wednesday to tako charge of tho Clemens House. The loss of this excellent family causes a general feeling of Prof. Hahdin Chaio has been by the faculty of Centra ed Col-leg- o , and see. J. C. Florence. I T HOME NEWS, I guarantee Obelisk Hour. wo vifimmmmmf; Come See thoso dress goods Severance it Son. offer at 25c. The L. it N. will &0II round-tritick and rough lumber cheap ets at U fare and During tho next 00 days I'rloi-- will bo Greatly I will soil you Sunday nnd for trains scheduled to arThe colored base ball club of this for cash only. II. J. McRoberts. rive nt destination on morning of the place will wio up tho earth with tho ALL who owe rao are urged to pay oth to any station on their line. TickDanville team at that place Monday. their accounts by July 1, ns I am com- ets gocxl returning until July 7. A man's All Wool suit for M.r0 Comt and co them whether you want to buy or not. To reduce stock before invoicing I pelled to havo the money. Mr. A. A. Pakdoned. John Ferrill, who killwill make very low prices on lumber McKinnoy. ed n shoemnker named Sutton in the and shingles for the next few days. A. Five. Jailer DoBord Is experiencC. Sine. in i"5.u ami got u life sen ing a dull time like the rest of us. He ,;'..wi&;-.ttHrt has only llvo prisoners, with poor pros- - icncc. nas oeen paruoneu. 1 lie B. K. Weaken it Son received yesgiven for his pardon are his long im jwcts for Increasing the number. L' terday for Myers Bros, a brand now prisonmont, his bad health and his he- .1 traction engine and thresher of tho THE banks and the iK'stotllcc will ob- roic behavior on the occasion of fires most modern make. A serve the 1th of July, Monday, as the and other disasters in the prison. "glorious" falls on Sunday. The form 1 Taxes. Six per cunt, will be added Keep cool nt homo by buylug u ptetty Hammock VICINITY NEWS. to your town taxes if not paid on or by er will be closed while the latter will July 1. Pay now before the penalty is be oron only the Sunday hours. Mrs. Frank Vickery, of. Somerset, St added. O. J. Xewland, marshal. settling time is died Tuesday. The Sf. Eleven teachers got first, 10 second m FllKE. Chance at an $S.j music box, now at hand and I trust all those who Or a finer ono with fringe, bright colors and largo enough for two. Corno to with every purchase of 2."o worth of owe me will call and settle. Plcaso do nnd one third clnss certificates In Madnot wait for mo to dun you, but come ison. Jewelry from our elegant line, or Mrs. Mahnla Pigg and Mrs. Lizzie worth of other goods. Tanner Bros., up like a man and settle. 11. C. Rup-leWatklns, both of Casey, died this t McKinnoy. week. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. Hall's circus is going to give Stan- A. A. Williams has been appointed iM A KM Bkoicen. While teaching her playmate to ride horseback, llttlo ford the go by, but those of our people lKstmn&ter at College Hill, Madison r5i Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. who aro anxious to see it can do to by county. Gentry, fell from the horse, breaking going to Mt. Vernon, July !, or MitchTho case of Dan Curry wns called at ollsburg the day following, or both Williamsburg one of her arms near tho elbow. Wednesday and post SEE OUR places If they like. jKjned until next Tuesday. No one who visits Cincinnati and has Rev. GeokgeO. Baknes' meeting Turnpike raiders burned fourbrldge tho time should fall to go to the Zooe is drawing largo on the Berea it Kingston nnd Rich at the logical Gardens. It is full of rare beasts crowds nightly, which drinks In every mond it Big Hill turnpikes. and birds and is a delightfully cool word the good evangelist utters. The Jncob Dohoney, who was shot by unplace to whlh away a few hours. meetings will continue until Monday known parties in Adair county several days ago, died of his wounds. Notice. W. J. Romans it Co., Lan- night at least and probably longer. Mis' Surah Cecil has been moved to Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. caster, are closing out their largo stock The weather since our last Issue has her sister's, Mrs. Judge Cantrlll, at of buggies, stirrics, phaetons and road wagons. You can save from j.'i to W been too hot to talk about. A shower Georgetown. She had not taken solid by buying anything yon want in the falls now and then and cools tho atmos- food in 2.'l dnys. phere for the time being, but it isn't M. J. Farris and Will J. Price vehicle line from them. Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. long before old Sol comes out again bought of Pat Murphy and J. M. Rup-le- y .- Hon. John W. Yerkos, or with a vengeance. Showers and conAt LastM shares of Boyle National Bank Danville, has al last boon apjolnted tinued warm weather was yesterday's stock nt il57..10. collector for this district. Tho ques- forecast. The traveling men of Knoxvillohave tion now disturbing the minds of the THE Odd Fellows elected olllcers for subscribed 2,000 to assist In prosepeople, particularly of Madison, is, will ensuing "term as follows: J. T. Terry, cuting Dan Curry, who killed John W. the olllce be moved to Llttlo Hrittain? Noble Grand; G. T. Ashloek, Corlcy, at Corbln. A mnsked robber ransacked the ensh A. C. Sine, Secretary; Peter MIL W. M. Dl'DDEKAK.who made lots e kept by Nath Straub, Jr., Treasurer; J. T. Harris, drawer of tho of money while running Dudderar's Host; Win, Daughterty, J. A. Allen Hughes near Nicholasvllle. There Mill near Gilberts Creek, has bought a half interest in J. E. Tomlluson's mill and A. C. Sine, Trustees Widows and was very little money in it. William Barnett, an old pioneer,vho at McKinnoy, and after putting in a Orphans' Fund. claimed to bo 120 years old, and Is said new engine and lots of other machinTHE Knights of the Maccabees electery they will run It for all there's in ed the following otllcers Monday night: to have manufactured more moonshine Never In tho history of the Dress Goods business have we been able to offer whisky than any man in the mountains, it. Commander, R. M. Nowland; is dead In Leslie county. J. L. Totten; Record-KeepeIN a dlfliculty at Pino Lick church, Tho Star Grocery, tho largest in Cornear Mt. Salem, where a Negro festival John II. Meier; Chaplain, John W. bln, has assigned to W.O. Paden. Poor was being held, Jim Woodson shot Wntpon; Scargent, O. P. Huffman; collections nnd pressure from LouisFrank McKinnoy In tho knee, tho ball Master at Arms, R. G. Jones; 1st Mai-to- r ville nnd Cincinnnti creditors were the of Guards, G. L. Penny: 2d Master causes. Liabilities are lodging in the joint. McKinnoy in about equal to For 25c. press Goods that sold at 35c to SI per yard will go hi this lot at turn deposited the contents of a shot of Guards, E. C. Walton; Sentinel, A. the outstnnding accounts due the firm. on Im 25c. This Includes Cheviot effects, Silk and Wool, line patterns. gun in Woodson's body. Both men are J. Earp; Picket, A. II. Severance. Mrs. Rebecca Jones, widow of Daniel badly hurt. The assignments of the Commercial W. Jones, died at Lexington Monday. She was 75 years of age and was for NEW Wheat. Joseph Anderson Building Trust Co. and the Columbia Louis- many years n resident of Danville. brought In the llrst now wheat of tho Loan it Saving Associatons, of Two children survive her, Hon. Breck season Wednesday. James Milburn, J. ville, caught numerous Stanford people. J. S. Wells was agent for tho for Jone9, of St. Louis, and Mrs. Gaitsklll, II. Baughmnu it Co's. miller, who of Lexington, with whom she had been keeps a record of such things, says that mer, but ho had taken down his sign living for a number of years. The deAgain sooij. Como early to get tho best. Mr. Anderson hns broken the record, and gone to Dauviilo when we went to B. ceased became n member of the Chrls-tin- n lwing four days earlier than the Earl- interview him yesterday. George church in enrly life and hnd been iest in his reeollection to havo new Cooper was the latter company's agent. a devoted christian until her death. There is only one stockholder In It--Mr. wheat ground. J. N. Menofee, who had made his Mrs. Jones was a devoted mother and a SHOOTING. Rico Bongo and Riley last payment on several shares last true nnd kind friend, nnd her death causes great sorrow in several commuSmith engaged in a shooting near Bee week. Theso f,rood aro to tho right of left hand door u you como in. nities and nil sympathize with her son Lick Sunday in which both were slightly wounded. Smith persisted in THE gross earnings of the First Na- and daughter in their berenvement. tional Bank for the six mouths ending Burial at Danvlllo Wednesdny. Lendshowing attentions to Bongo's slstor-ln- Juno HO, wore $7,5:50, out of which wore er. law against tho latter gentleman's wishes and tho shooting was tho result paid the taxes, expenses, tho regular dividend of three percent, of a quarrel about it. Bengo used a and $.V0 were carried to tho surplus shot gun and peppered Smith considerably, while Smith, who had a pistol, fund and $1,100 to undivided profits. Farmers nlwuy Headed by U. S. MODEL, IIO. 38,353. wounded his adversary slightlv In the The surplus fund, undivided protits their hogs when fedwill have good luck with Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy, Son of Klever's Model, No. 20,710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEV'S nnd fund to pay losses now aggregate tho only head and neck. reliable medicine for swine. Thou- CLAUDE, No. 12,fi'.U. son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Flno. $20,020, as will bo seen from the state- sands of testimonials from 'ending breeders tuppy voting boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows.. and feeders. For sale by In every respect, with sitecfalty, for sale, This stock is strictly nrst-clJohnson. hyllus Johnqn, son of ment in another column. jiedlgrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wantu or como and TANNER llKOs"., McKlnney, Ky. Bank it Trust Co. earnTho Farmers Mr. W. II. Johnson, died at his homo see niv hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck Wednesday afternoon of consumption, ed $1),010.0." during tho six months endCONDITION OF THE A. E. HUNDLEY. Rox 105, Danville, Ky. for 13. Eggs. aged 2:, and win burled in Butlalo ing Wednesday, which was disposed of Cemetery yesterday afternoon. He as follows: Expenses $1,!.US, semi- FIRST NATIONAL BANK was rather wild until a few months ago annual dividend of three per cent. $!, STANFORD. KV.. but since that time ho had wonderfully 000, fund to pay taxes $.100, surplus fund,$."f!l.b7. changed and when death came ho was 1897. ready and willing to meet his Maker. RESOURCES. Major Sampson Jones, ono Jones. Ho professed religion a few weeks In the county, Loans and Discounts.. 174, S3" 34 since- and wiien he was nolo ho sjent of tho grandest old men 10.517 07 srllU.n.M 41 Wo have tried tho Cash System lor 12 months nnd find died at his homo near Mt. Salem early Slocks and Konds most of tlio time reading his Bible. Overdrafts a,S(l2 05 Tuesday morning and was buried late U. S. Itonds to secure AVe aro very circulation 50,000 00 it tho only way to do a successful business. SPEAKING. Hon. R. C. Warren will that afternoon, after an appropriate Hanking House and riMures..,. 0,150 00 address the people of Lincoln county funeral sormon at his lato home by Other Real Estate and encour1,572 00 grateful to our friends who have stood by us lb,ft('- - H2 at tho court-hous- e county court day, Rev. T. II. Coleman, an old pastor and Duo from Hanks say wo will continue to 1,150 00 aged us by their trade, and will July 12th, on free turnpikes' and why nephew of the deceased. Mr. Jones, Cash ulth JJ. S. Treasurer 2:1,402 M the question should bo to who was about fl.r years old nnd who Cash on hand sell goods for Cash only and kindly ask everybody to givo the people at the November election in had been u sulTercr from dyspepsia for Total .209. 4 5:1 0; nearly 20 years, had a hemorrhage order to remove all doubts as to tho va us a share of their cash trade, as we are bettor prepared I.IAIUMTIF.S. lidity of tho last election and enablo sorao 10 days ago and since had been 100,000 00 tnu uscai court, n mo oonu issuu car gradually sinking. He was conscious Capital Stock now than over to meet tho wants of tho people and will 10,1(00 00 ries, to sell the bonds of the county at tin till within a few hours of his death, Surplus Fund 2.0T0 05 a premium and not nt a loss, and why but said very little about dying. In Undivided Profits continue to shave tho profits to a close margin. Do not 2n,irs :t2 l.Ttls 27 death held no Wars for him, who l'""d to Pay Ijh-every good citizen of the county should fact, 7,:jio 00 had lived an upright, Christian lifo,&,OOK "wiiiction, not called for favor this course. ask us for crcdit,-a- s our success depends on the Cash ba44,200 00 ".-..K.. .,.,,1 .,.u mK r.milv tit tbn n mmons. 125,214 53 OlKCUlT COURT convened again Tues- Few men did more for tho church than Individual Deposits sis being complied with. Very respectfully, Due to Hanks 1.037 04 day and since that time a number of Mr. Jones and ho with tho lato Davy Fund 024 03 to Pay Tuxes. civil cases of minor Importance havo Shannon Jones, liberally speaking, Si been disposed of. The ono In which built tho present Raptlst church at McTotal 209,453 07 most Interest was manifested na well as Kinnoy. They were both mc mbers of PROFITS. In which considerable money was In tho old Mt. Salem church, which was Earnings left over Dec. Ill, 'Ufl.... 51U 53 volved, was that of B. G. Gover against torn down and whoso members after- Earnings for last i months 7,531 Oil W. II. Lyon fflr hauling, in which tho wards built churches at both Huston . ... .1 .... f row. p.. luriuer buou jui- - An jiio jury gave vlllo and McKinnoy, so that they could Total ,051 40 $200 and u lot of lumber, which be more convenient to. places of wor- him Disposed of as follows: Mr. Govor already had in his posses- ship. Besides a wife, who Is a niece of Three percent. Dividend 3,000 00 sion. Tho case of W. II. Kinnaird tho lato William Fair, two daughters, Carried to surplus 550 00 against J. A. Dudderar over a wheat Mrs. G. D. MoCarty and Mrs. W. B. All Expenses Paid 1,607 41 Is) Receiving his deal waa begun yesterday and will Hko-l- y Hill, burvlve him and they have tho Statu & U. S. Ranks paid 021 03 2,070 05 ),051 40 consume n good portion of sympathy of their legion of friends In Earnings left over S. HOCKER. Presidents Several Commonwealth cases aro set tho loss of a kind husband and IndulJ. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. JOHN J. McRORERTS, Cashier. for Saturday. gent father. Shingles !THET IWST BE SOLI s rastnu CHILD'S SUIT FOR 50HCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. ;igpsg m A -gr ': HAMMOCKS I ., soml-nnnu- For One Dollar 1 y. W. B. MoROBEETS. m m WmmmM'immM CHRRIHGES, HHRNESS, StC. m m court-hous- -- .Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Vice-Gran- m&&$&MMm&mtm m B. K. WEAR EN St SON. d; toll-gat- JUST 25C. SO MUCH 4 r, You will not Have an Opportunity like this i ( 1:1 SEVERANCE ft SON. i 1 I I t semi-annu- "Care Makes Luck.'' jflitfi Locust Hero" Reg. Poland Ciiinas. 11 us to I 1 June 30th, Nro XDVl p. en :j """ HIGGINS M'KINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, TBE MERCHANT TAILOR- to-da- y. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ' "9WW "J . """"' ygw ', u,np"nv,j rv - rf- - ar-" ; r AN I. THE INTERIORJOURNAL WEEK IN CASEY AND J. I'KK - PUSHER FOR RUS-SELL. built along the road in tho last few months through tho olTorts of Elder J. Q. Montgomery, formerly of this coun- - HUMOR OF THE HOUR. Years ago thero lived in n Muncho-sett- H town a justice of tho peace known ns "Square" SimmondM, uimui noted for the shortnoH of 1i!h memory. Ho carried about with him n slip of paper on which was written the brief marriage form which he used when called upon to unite n pnir in tho bonds of matrimony. Ho never trusted himself to begin the ceremony without reference to this document. g One dny nt a county fair in a town ho win approached by nn elderly couple, who expressed their wish tobouuuried then nnd thero. After some conversation the "Fqnnro" agreed to perform the ceremony on tho spot, nnd the three, accompanied by n grown up daughter of the man and a sister of tho proiectivo brile, stepped into n convenient liorso shed. There tho "Mjuure" begun n fruitless search for tho important paper, growing more nnd more perturbed m each succeeding pocket played him fnNe, At Inst he abandoned tho wnrch. "Aro you willing to marry this woman?" lie asked tho man, who replied with a prompt "Yes." "And you want to marry him?" asked tho justice, turning to tho urjde. "I do," said she with promptness equnl to the bridegroom's. "Then," said tho "Mmnro" in his most impressive tone, "I hereby you married, according to tho memorandum left ut homo in my other trousers pocket." Youth's Companion. neigh-iKirinpro-iiouu- co The Winter PIANOS AND ORGANS. Docker llros'. l'luniw, it lues llroV. I'liinns. 1 1 n-eli- er r f 1 r f IK : m V fr1 r rj Stf 3- - ft $ IK! $ " h w Ui IK"' f' ? II r.llliitoti 1'IUIMH, Not that nil will bo interested In this 1). II. Italdwln I'iiiiUM, Scarcely a homo do you visit that XsxTsllslioi'rlxoa3.a3To'a.3a.42rxl4avo l'lnno, See. do I hand in the following, but that you don't see tho Ixtkiuok Journal. Cstey Organs, llumllton Organs and otlior fcomo may be and that tho curiosity of While all claim that times are hard to Makes, Is 1'nst. To Knjoy tlu Summer po to others may bo aroused, do I write this. spend bo much for a county paper, yet Si'o my Goods and Oct M Prices lloforo you along The most impressive feature liuy. 10 W. T. WIIITi:. Crab Orvlmrd. they say $2 for tho I. J. often saves When not no paid S2.30 will bo charged route is that thero is one free toll them $50 in keeping them posted on the gate from DIx River to Green River. the sales of stock and farm products, ns The free turnpike craze Is not running no other pniwr In the State does. Your at such heat down thero as In the Blue business manager, Ed Wultou, Is better Grass regions. Thero Is some talk of known through that country than the voting on the question In Casey this Standard Oil wagon is in this commuTIME MID. Fall, but as such a very small por- nity. Address for Term, e,, tion of the county has any pikes comI close this partial glimpse, leaving CENTRAL DIVISION. KENTUCKY pared with the largo portion which out many of the Interesting things and CHJS. HOrMAlTIT, Fropriotor, Trains leave Stanford at 7: 10 a. m. and 4 p. will, if made free, have to be taxed to circumstances met with, on account of m returning at : 25 . in. and ":03 i. 32 t'rnli Onlinrd, K keep up pikes in which they have no time and space, but hand out instead BROOKLYN. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. interest, that it is thought the county an abundance of good will nnd best ,..12 37 p m will be largely against Griag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. the "free for wishes to such a No. 24 Train going North d people. ... 3 13 a in " " No. 26 " lloylo Co. If thoro Is a county In Poultry Vitnl. ...12 Ot pin all system." fcouth " : No. 25 " J. A. H. ... 127pm A word to the farmers. " If you make money In " No. 23 " the State which can afford to build this day and lime you mii.t krep up with the lltiitt Points. I'orall and thormiahbmW. They mature rarllrr with gravel roads and turn them over tojtho Co., MORELflND. a profit of mora than Mi xrviit. 'I liearr.iik'eiuput THKO'KIH TICKETS Ol.l. public, It is Casey. Miles after miles ol our jmiW U such tlut Uutp ran U no mix In KOUNI31CI3 1HOO. UAUOAUK CHF.CKKD THUOUGH. of hrvodv Wo Kuarantt-- all cw fertile when ihlpcl her roads wind along by gravel beds Mr. Stephen Hunt, tho restaurant For any information enquire of II. II. Kill Pit Gaiurs. Imp. setting ol 15 Egg, .(.( tiO yards broad and the depth of which man, is absent in Casey on a business " " tHW SurUr tVlrbralnl I'll lisuie JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, k " " " tlM IVllilt no one knows. These beautiful gravel trip. Stanford, Ky Iteil Cap. Imported " Sifto in..-- ,. ti ii ti A petition Is being circulated and niRnH beds just seem to Invito the crush of kii.i 6 mi. .tiiiiuiia. hTANroHl. KY. ' ii.ii) " " Law! Wjandotle, Miter QUEEN & CRESCENT. wheels and trend of animals of passers finding numerous signers, calling for u " JI.SO Itarnsl I'ltimiulli IUck, A.tl. Labium. Jons. CASrLKlUM. All ImxMi Mine alte Vi lulntt. bv. The sick man would almost be new election upon the free turnpike Trains paw Junction City a follows: 4 02 p m CIIA1G 1IIIOS., Pros., Junction City. Ky. 1L57 a m No. 2 North No. HSoutU well as he glides over tho smooth question. 3 4d am made 1121pm " 4 " No. 3 " 13(1 pin surface through tho Miss Helen Land Baker, of Jessacool shades and " 6 " No. 5 " 112m " 10 " A WORD TO- C 00 a m 8 2(1 p in No. 9 " pure mountain air travel- mine county, Is visiting her cousin, breathes tho Note Not. 8 and do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 Mrs. J. C. Neal, near here. Mr. A. OWNERS. INSURANCE COMPANY co no further South than Junctlou City, neither ing over such delightful roads. do.they run Sundays. As for the roads in Russell, they are Farris, of Wilmore, is here this week, Are you Insured 7 If mil, ttliv not FRANKFORT aWcTnCIN ATI RY. all free, for as yet not n foot of pike looking nfter his tobacco Interests in of dwellings nnd tinriw good as yours OF LIVERPOOL. An Achievement Explained. has ever disturbed the sand of Summer this county. Mr. John F. Greene, of VIAUKOIM5CTOWN. Ho is a little curly haired, rosy checkp. M. A.M or the mud of Winter In that old home Springfield, was here the latter part of A. M, P.M. Arl2M 200 Lve, Somerset, 2S5 the week, called here by the serious Ill- ed member of a boy choir. Ho hud been like country. " 1131 820 jet. nty. 315 BBRBEE Si CaSTLEHHN. having some trouble with a high note, G30 450 Arr Georgetown, I.t 9 35 505 A telephone line threads the coun- ness of the late Mrs. M. M. Sandidge. but on this occasion sang Ewry J 300 ' Fraullort, 630 it out with a doll u W. ear. Involving tint los of millions nf 1155 720 MANAdKUS, try from Turnersville to Dunnville via Since our last letter to tho I. J. nu- clearness and vigor which surprised from earWhy lioiiliijou exiK-o- t toiM.'itie to'icttr r 5 30 8 40 6 10 Arr I'arls dis- merous have been the inquiries as to and delighted nil his family. Mlddleburg, Liberty and Phil, u Commerce Building-- , Louisville. IaUyexceptSuUdayC(niiEi,cAW((.iiA Your Proporty May Burn tance of about 40 miles. There Is also a who was the correspondent at this "That was splendid," said tho leader Agent Throughout the line belnsr put up from Dunnvlllo via place. Rest assured, dear reader, all of tho choir. "You huvo been taking Within a . within a month, within 2 n V)iy fhould houi--i, ou tiM.t Russell Springs to Cumberland River, reports from this place will be based my advice and practicing." of" jmr. of hotift toll to lt.s by "No, I haven't practiced it." taking In Jamestown, tho capital of upon reliable information, nnd nothing It lu nil flrt'.'ulileli can "I don't understand how clco you ac- it single Soliciting a Mian iliMrnv patronage Uh1 Agent, suppressed that will be of interest to Russell. of our hour complished it " So soon as Stanford gets her ex- the reading public. Any news will bo iuMrtr(iii, Stanford, - - - Kentucky. "Well, change In operation the jwople of Hub- thankfully received if handed In by came to I'll tell you. Just before I 37tf D. WEAKEN, that note I shut my eves and JESSE ble can interchange ideas on silver Tuesday of each week. made believe I was at a ball gamo nnd Oeneral Agent, - - - - Stanford, Ky and sound money and on Winter, crops There Is some talk of getting up a saw Cartwright steul a bnco." of water melons, hemp and tobacco fair by parties from Hustonville and Star. Li D. with the people along tho Cumberland this place. The location of tho grounds Professional Etiquette. River. Is upon the farm of Hon. B. B. King, "Listen," he hissed. DKALKIt 1N- The crops are good for that class of which Is a shady grove convenient to "No,"sho answered. And turning land. Meadows arc fllchy and many the turnpike, depot, etc., and the lf sTANPOIlli. KY. upon her heel brusquely, she left him Pleashave been cut early on account of the mile track of McAlistcr Bros., is there alone. e cheat. The small patches of corn and in at rrivnWe rstes All kinds of rrpilrl'g For sho wns a telephone girl by procondition und adjoining wheat will yield more than one would the grove. We see no reason why stock fession, nnd it was not her wout to lis- L'pholtterlng a :llty. (i.tl.f.ctloo gutrasfnl suspect, as both sides of most of that in the nbovo should not pay a good er ten to anything unless sho was sura it land can be cultivated the same year. cent, und u genuine fair wns none of her business, Detroit The farmers know just how much stock be held. Hustonville, being in two Joumul. Absolutely Pure their little crops will feed, what-stUndorttilcor, miles of the grounds, promises ample Onvteful For Benefits. High-Qrad- e Fertilizers and Goal. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and to build their cribs and granaries and hotel accommodations and u hearty co "You might put there," said tho Huitonville. Kentucky healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and how to compare incomes and expendi operation. Talk up the fair. rural citizen to tho editor, who was informs of adulteration so common In the cheap bran as. writing an obituary on tlio death of tho Offers ht rlc to the iwplr uf Wrsl I Jnrolo OimmIs WnrrmiUs! its lteprveiited. Ofllcc ou tures, consequently they are not suffer Royal U a kino I'owdkr Co., New York. Main Street, opposite Klinnrv' Slorv. and CM.y niunlles. citizen's wife, "that wo'll never heur etaalwayson. band. Pull loik of tofflntand Cak Ing the pangs of hard times as we are, NIAGARA FALLS. htnnford.JCeiitucUy. 1 Manager. her voice no more," I). S. Cis-ultrwhere It is customary to sjend $o even The excursion season to tho North ' 'All right Anything else?" J. I.. TOTTKN. tULHttiAX. though our Income is only $2.50, there- opens this year with much promise. "Nothin. 'ceptin that wo thanks tho & and ease is wrltteo TIIOItOl'OIIHKKI) The NIOKELL MAGAZINE fore contentment Tho Niagara Falls season will be In- Lord for his biessin's. " Atlanta Conwants good reliable agents to can on the foreheads of all you meet and augurated with an excursion at rutes stitution. ! vas for subscriptions A very free silver and sound money are stran- lower than huve ever before been made Silenced Him. good rato of cash commission will gers in conversation. The most proCorn und liny. from ull j)oints on Q. & C. Route, lific of nil breeds, Tho muster was asking questions be given, or bicycle premiums if Exchange, near the lUUroad 1 Order OtBisj ami The timber is by no means exhaust- Thursday, July 8th. This excursion masters uro apt to ask questions, nttiilu the grenl-e- t preferred All material and sam Cnxului;, lrtwi Mirwi, and weight, fntteti pie copies furnished free. Apply ed yet and trains of lumber wagons are will bo run via Cincinnati, C. II. & D. sometimes, too, tho answers aro apt. Sttinforcl; - easily at liny nge. steering their loads to somo dis- Ry. to Toledo and Mich Cent, via De- This question was as follows: once. at met lately J II Mrtlni' Cool Yard. Mill Hours ready for SatUfacthin K'iaiant si. tant railroad station and the manyjold Ollts nud miwn nlrendy lired, Pig Magazine, camping grounds along tho roads used troit to Niugura Falls, the world's won 28 "Now, boys, how many months have Nickel! of either sex. not akin. Questions nnd days?" der. Special trains of tho first class prompt lyuuwured. 180 Summer Street, I "All of them, sir," replied a boy in by those men and teams are as familiar coaches and Pullman sleepers will Boston, Mass J. X. & H. J. McUOBEQTS, SU&ford. as they were 17 years ago. Tho white leave Cincinnati at noon, July 3th, and rvCi. Sts rrf.r.cico Examiner. Crab Orchard now has the llm-- .t tousorlal oak and iwplnr huve all disappeared tickets from Q. & C. points will be on Did You r I Intvt) opened it ohop nt the forks of the urtlst In the con try lu tlieperMiiiof SMfi:i. JDBr, lltlll lliistouvlllo unil .Mllltilgevlllu lilkes, near and now they are selling their chest bale for trains that muke the connec- Try Kleotrlc Illttert . a remedy for your trundles ? lllKKMOHK. who llllllllles the nuw ami icrt relief. Thin If not, get a KetdV and am prepared to do nil lu expert utile, fall on lilm when jou nut at $1 and black oak at (Joe per tree, tion, good until July 14th to return. cine haiheen hotlle to he sullarly adapled tiicdl razor it clean hate or styllsli haircut. .7 Mr. P. of fjunil to the kinds relief and cure of all female complaint., exerting a want for all that are more thun 28 inches in This is one of the most completely iop-ul- wonderful, direct influence In Kitlni; itrrnirth and Blacksmithing and Woodwork, tone to theontiiit. If you hare loss of aplite, meets diameter. When tho passer-b- y trips known to the American pub-li- e nniiauon, lainiing eii or a nerrmu, a train of those wagons hauling logs ! sleepleiw, excitable, melancholy or troubled with At the lowest price and lu the heat manner, und Niagara is visited by thousands Hitters it I guarantee all my work. will take all that one can not look over when lying of Americans every year. The present dtazy ajiellt Klwtrlcstrength are the medicine you iietsf. Ileallhand hy Its Eiiarantt-ekinds of country produce, except for hore on the ground, and his ears are thrill- opportunity is an unusuul one und you iiv. Only 50 cents n luttle at W. II. .Mcltotierts' : : Ky. shoeing which ft 80 cents, cash. Plea.se give drug store. Al guardians, Administrator- - and such me tt shnru of our patronage. ed with the hiss of scorpions and ring should see your Q. & C. agent or adwho have not made it M'ttletnent with the Office on Lancaster street at Kesldeuce. V. II. MAYKS. of cow bells and tho hum of saw mills, dress the undersigned for space ut earLincoln County Court lu tho hist two jeurs There ! Xothing to Good hereby notified to come forward at once are he is led to wonder where ho is nnd liest possible date. Tho rato from New nnd cettly or they will lu prtn'teded ngaliist There is nothing jmt a good at A. S. what it all means, but when he hears Junction City will be 310.05 .for tho I'ltrorerr for Guuttimptlnii, Coughsl)r. King's so according to law. W. I.. DAWSON, and Cold., you not Tiult the dealer to Co.' US Judge Lincoln Countv ourt. tho merry songs of hands and sees the round trip. Chas. W. Zell, D. P. A., demand It and do lie will notilalm there sell anysome substitute It 8urgeon smiling faces of women and children Fourth and Race Streets, Cincinnati. thing hotter, hut In order to male more proliMm OP STANFOltl), KY. Dentist, something cite to ho just at good. You and takes a few meals with them under W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass'rugt.,Cin- - may claim want lr King's New l)ootcry taauso you kuuw Fali up Capital, $200,000 00 t to Ik safe and reliahle nnd guar.utisil to do gi.xl Ky. the shade of their yard trees, and gets clnnuti, O. or money refunded 1'or roughs coMt and all afSurplus, 17,603 80 lungs thero i reup feeling like he had been there, fections uf the throat, chest and College Home Is now ojien for Umrder. nothing cm good at Dr King's New I)Mtjvery. TriImperishable. Office OTer Mcllobcrts' Drug Store In the Owsley ceiving a hearty welcome and asked to Hy protlilons of Its charter, deoinrs are a Come to Crnli Orchard, breathe the iiioun-tnlal Untie free nt W. II MslCoherls' drug store. Ilulldiug. miner-a- l fully protected as irn ill vnltors hi hathitial lUtiks, air and drink the l. "I find it impossible to kill tho come again, then it is revealed to him to witters, Locution high, retired: grounds its shareholders tiring held Individually nerve," exclaimed tho dentist in a troudotk therein that he is in the mountains of industry, bled tono, "What can it menu?" ample, shade abundant mid vert nlrj Ta- the extent of the amount of theirto the amount Inat & the par raluii thereof, in uildltlou Uucklin't Arnica Salve. ble supplied with the liest of the pence and plenty. may net as executor, "I'm a drummer," with u ring cf The it talre In the world for cuts,, hrulses Dullv ilrivo to the various watering places tested lu suth shares. It at fully as an Individual. iruttw.Ar., Proprietors Yosemlte, once the terminus of the prido in his voice. Detroit Free Pi ess. Tendering our thanks to tln-- who have entrustfreo "to guests. I'or particulars, address torts, uhers.sait rheum, fever sores, tetter, ihap. DU. .VTAPP. Pror. ed their husiiiras to us, we trust they xlll continue 33 ped hands, chilhlalns, corns and all skin eruptions. LIVERY,FEED&SALE STABLE Green River R. R., has been plowed to do m, and we utter us a guarantee for promidat. It Knitlvely cures piles or no pay required. Ills Easily Detectod. up to a considerable extent and put in leiitlou tsameourU0)-ars- ' experience in lis likto give jierfcCtsatlrUctlon ur money re ljnara.itts.-iing and as lltivral ammimodatlons as aro rouilitent Ky. Kor sale hy W. II. "Thoso people next door nro still in funded. Price "5 cents ier loi. cultivation since the removal of the R. with sound hanking, Mclioherts, Druggist. t Turnouts, prompt attention, very R. The old depot Is now occupied by :heir honeymoon." nimcTOHt, reasonable rates A portion oi your pationage u "Have yon seen him kissiug her?" J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Mrs. Bettle Lawhorn for store und 13 rctipoctiuuy boiicium W. II. Cummins, Preachertvllle: "No; but ho lets her reud tho mornTake Iixatlto Ilromo (Jiilnlne Tahlets All postolllce. There are three stores and ing paper J. S Owsley, Sr., J, II. Owsley, oiii..n'I 'II"VM'II Druggists refund the money If It falls to Cure. For first." Chicago Record. William (.ooct, S. II. Shiiuks, "A two hotels In the town and all seem to 'Koavii MlebyW II. Meitolwils, CialgA llotkcr and O. r,. J. r.mliry, GE0RGE1H. J I'. Cash, L. Penny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. oauopu) 'VM'D J. I.. I.yini, .. W. Carnler; be doing a good business. Trapped In His Lair. J N.Meliefee. '1IH HU T HXVU.I D "Pu, whit is your busy day?" Phil, a nice little village situated at orncinj. Induced "Well, sonny, it is when I stny at to Ilvudreds of thousands have been by readS. It. Shanks. Prtsildent: und Trace Forks, tho mouth of South & Cough Keuiedy try C'liumlcrlulu'8 J. II. Owsley, Catlilfr; on the pike, is all life on account of its home to rest and your mother gets mo ing ttliat it lias done for other-.- , and "having W. M. might, Teller to do a few littlo odd jobs around tho tested Its. merits for themselves uro location, being the' fording point for Ky. Box Its warmest friends, I'irr vile by Craig St all the timber from tho hills that loom house." Detroit Freo Press. Mocker, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Has liH.fl 12 yours's practices before nil the up around. John Gadbcrry and F. P. NATIONALBANK No Files on Him. tmouts In Washington City, a Dopa Combest have good general stores there "1'or three years wo have nuver been withX. You, a member of tho Society OP STANFOltD, KY. and ure getting rich. Dr. Jos. Honey For tho Prevention of Cruelty, dock out Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera itml Diarrheal ltemedy In tho liou.se," sav A. II. Putis practicing thero and has amassed a your horses' tails Is it possibio? ter, with K. 0. Atkins & Co., iudlniiuiiolls, Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Z. Why, of course. I wunt to pro-V- Ind., "und my wife would us mmiii think of lurge amount of this world's goods. Hour lis a bottle of this ltemeAttention of the public is railed to the fact that being without tho fliea. Exchange. Dunnville is no' so lively us It was this Is the only National Hank- - in Stanford. Undy in the: summer season. Wo have utcd It HOUTK. der the provision ol the National Hank Act years ago, as many of its business with ull three of our children and It has some depositors are secured not only hy tho tapltal stock, Slslnff to an Occasion. KlINIOiNl hut hy the stockholders' llutiluty for an amount never failed to cure liot simply stop pain, The llcst I.I no tnand- Krom houses are now empty that once were Bun quick fur the drewmnker, Mary, but cure absolutely. It Is nil right, and anythe stock, so that dejiesltorsofthlslmtltu-HoAn tell her to namo her own price, N running wide opon. Tho land around one who tries it will Hud it so." sale by are secured by a fund or f.10,000, Five sworn AMD VXi Pur you an Matildy an Suiry statements of the conditio!! ol the Hank are made Craig & Hooker, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. 1 rxnffnirxn it is very fertile and gives u protltable Will want Domethln specially nice. All l'oiuts lu Michigan. each year to the United States tiovernment and Ita assets are examlnwl at stated times by government support to three good stores at present. Toll tho tailor to line hln own pleanure agents, thus securing additional and perfect aalet 'Bout thorn aults fur Josiur au Bob. Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor nf tho Ilur- -' CHICAGO. Somo of tho lund on tho river near "V11 want all our clothen made to measure todeiiosltors. ton House, llurtou. Y. u., und one of the City Special." This Inttiiutlnn originally estnl.1l.heil "White tlm'ru. Benoo dad tfot a Kovurnment Job. there has lately changed hands at $103 most widely known men In the statu was posit Rink of Stanford In 1H.W, then ruorganlied as Heat Terminal btatlon. cured of rheumatism after three years of the National Hank ofStantord In 1S03 and again per aero by the farm. This speaks well Til aak Mrs. Parkins tomorrow reorganizes! us the First National Hank of Stanford LOUIS. suffering. He says: I have not suHlclunt To tell me its' where I kin get for tho farming laud on the river, but in l&tf, has had practically an uninterrupted existcommand of language to convey tiny Idea of Avoiding the Tunnel (It wouldn't bo proper to borrow) ence for XI years. It Is Utter supplied now wltL is not so good. tho hill country around what I suffered, 1113' physicians "told nie that That book on polite ettykvet. facilities for traniadlng business promptly and libnothing could be done for mo and my friends erally than fcver befoie lu its long and honorable BOSTON. Undo Frank Chelf is still running the Pur it's needful to show thet our manners were fully convinced thut nothing but death Arcounis nf n.llvlduals, fiduciaries, Brrna Ain't thorn of tho everyday mob, Warner bleeping Cars. hotel there, making his customers feel An we'll want at vwt threo new planners would rcflevo me of my suffering, In June, and individual solicited. lbl), Mr. Evans, then salesman for tho 8ncti dad got a Korcromunt job. at home, as he always has plenty to eat DIKECTOSS. YORK. Wheeling Drug Co., lecomnieuded ChamberP. Held, Uncoln Co.; yarns to An as long as we've nech expectations J. W. Hayden, Stanford and some new lain's Pain Halm. At this time my foot and OfrVIO S. T. Harris, ri. H. llaughman, " (ol J. S. Hocker, " Buret Parlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Caw, PrlvatWe won't pay the wjulre all thet's due. Unit) were swollen to more thun double their Dr. Hammonds & and Din- spin out to them. Compartment Cars, r.iegnut ioacm " T. P. 11111, Jug Cars. K. U Tanner, McKlnney. W. A. Tribble, Jes' you tell him to make prvuratlons normal size und It seemed to mu ' kg Sou, on account of tho unhealthy river Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. To fix up a mortgage or two. would burst, but soon after I begun using M, D.tlmore, Stanford. aure your tickets read Tia "BIG FOUU." location, ure seldom permitted to take Ycr grandmother an yer Aunt Mandy tliu Pain Halm the swelling begun to tietl D. B. MARTIN, Can't hear of sech things 'thout a sob, creuso, tlio pain to leave, und now I consider ' jUJIAIIlvl ii.O.McCOIlMICK, orricsas. their meals at homo. But I reckon they may come In handy I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberu, Cuhltr Cen. Pass. & Tkt, Agt. Cr J'jsMSger Traffic Mg, Five or six new churches have been A. A. McKlnuey, AsslstaulCashler. Sesce dad got a gorernment job. Of Your Discontent. SRI CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. FIRE INSURANCE. PHHNIX OFj Insurance Company, Insurance proud-hearte- llhie-Grit- ss Caledonian ki-e- of Scotland. r WliltcCre-tedlllai- R. B. MAHONY, Agt.. -- t", PROPERTY Thou-miiii- N I Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning u-nr- pwAL Mmn thiMiecu-imitatio- CT. A. TRXBBXiZ. Wuh-ingto- u POWDER AkP PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. H. Io-- J. B. HIGGINS, -- one-ha- Urst-clu- ss Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, J. T. SUTTON. . ee Agricultural Implements, EARN MONEY. SON, DEKLERS IN COHL, NOEL Ke.-- DUROC HOGS Kontuoky. Mn-el- , The JSL :w-o- NOTICE W. B. PIN1TT, M'l-M- irs -- ar NOTICE 1 Dentist, Stanford. 1 PRICE, Farmers Bank&Tmst Stanford, Summer Boarding. health-giving eu-li- n Keg-ul- slzuSOi-ali- llal-l- SHELBY SHELBY, . iK-- wi JuiictioiilClty, l I'lrst-ttas- (MOMOIlOINlO MM mm OlMOMOMO mm MO M'KINNEY, mo Pension Claim Agent, WM 44, Stanford, to-di- tv MOiMy FIRST "BIG ST. 4: I xt wmvm - 0&0 TOLEDO DETROIT m w N CMOiKlO n M(!v MOMOiIMIqIINI I NEW side-splitti- M0MOWIO0IM j0M0iM0MBI 1113 MOW IBM'lflilililgl M rsxz, ih CINCINNATI, OUIU. 1 Washington Star. 2:!$A 1z&m 'imm asArtisatsslakKsMMMnMas, isyssjiil.:- -; - . . .H.lfclfcnJ-- . ,J, lis-.--- .sA. tith s'J'r sgWWssassssis-s---tMw--is- ss mmmmitammmm&mm&mmm