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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALt a t VOL XXVI1L fSTANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 3 1900 9 A M NO 35 i j NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Copt W HToild an exConfederate aged 78 died In MadUoa t Tbo Danvlllo Advocate trill take July 1th old and there wfil be no paper that dayauFrancis McGroy bat been appointed postmaster ut Esto Russell county vice FJ Uarcer removed Editor Dycbc of the fondon Echo Is ungallant enough to try to oust the lady postmaster at UB town that he may Ret In himself The Knights of Pythias and Macca beet of Danville havo given the C T la of that place the free usa of lodgerootnJames and killed Jame Settle in Marlon In a quarrel over money and tho coroner jury mid ho acted In suit dofeneo J P Darker hoe old hla hotel Tho Barker House at Somerset to A It Humble an experienced landlord who hat taken posseeelon- Cotttmonwealttre Attorney Sbarpo of Judge Morrow district tine decid ed abut bean cuetitni It neither lottery nor gambling Mr Sallie Freeman a ulster of non Lurn Lector of Whliley was acquitted alUomorsetof the murder of her hut band She Bwooned on boating tbe verdict and remained unconscious for Borne time A little ton oi Mrs Alice Singleton at Junction City war bit by a bull dug whlcn hold to bin grip until it harp knife was brought Into play and Its throat cut from car to ear The child Is In a critical condition but the phys iclant think it will recover At tbe college day contest at the Lexington Chautauqua tbe prize win net was Robert M Allen of Faywood representing Kentucky State College Lexington His subject Wit New Conditions and New Duties Allen W Gulllon of Carrollton represent IDC Centre College Danville was sec ono James L Cox and wife ot Eittll county loft their tworoontbi old baby in tbe cradle wbllo they went to lulls the cow When they returned tool were horrlfled to dlwtover that a uum ber of rats we r In the cradle and www rapidly devouring the infant The child If alive but the family pjysloun says there is no bone of Its rteovary L1tWONtSCALL r TIONS Pursuant to toe order of tbe demo iratlti State executive committee the dvraocraU of Lincoln county will at cmble at their retptcllvo voting planet In each preuinet July 14 at 2 P M tttnuilurd time to select delegates to 8 county convention to he bold at the court bouse In Stanford July lUlb M standard time for the purK to of appointing eight county delegates to tbe State convention at Lexington July lOlb to nominate a candidate for gov ernorStanford No1 entitled to 4 delegate 2 2 It a 3 4 Iliistonvllle No1 l 21aaCrab Orchard No 1 a 21Wayneiburc No 3 2 1 5iAll democrat who are devoted to the principles of the party and desire to Seo those principle succeed and who will feel In honor bound to support the nominees of tbe party have a right and ire untitled to partielptu in these precinct meetings JOHN W HOLMBS Cbmn Tho third chapter In the Finer Yare toiudal at Hopklnsvllle was enacted when James D Ware tiled an an ewer to Mr Ware petition for di yore He alleges that sbo is guilty of adultery with the Rev Walter K PI ner that the Intimacy tins continued six months and that upon the occasion of the tbootlngof Dr Finer ho dU covered them lira eotnprumistntrpostt tion Tan attainment on Lie property was tn part dlstnisswl but an allow ance of S75 monthly wits made Mm Ware Tbe Southern Hallway announces rate of It firstclues limited fares for the roundtrip account lib of July Tickets will be on sale July d3rd and lib with final return limit July 7tb Half rates to Atlantis and return via the Southern Hallway In connection with tbe Queen ft Cre cept Houte Double dully through trains July 10 anti 17 account Atlanta Battle Field Reunion Tickets good to return until July 23d t July 24 and i account Southern Ep worth League meeting Tickets good to return until Aug 1st Apply to nearest agent of the South ern Railway or Queen ft Crescent Route or address Wm H Tayloe A O P A Louisville Ky a PREVENTED A 7HA3EDY- Tiuiflr InfomeIt Mn George las ot Ublu pnyenred dreuJful trj lyojVwlli me A rough Dad She had triedlung r tTert Dlghl IIIsor rmrllei sad doctors but stedlly grew worm uiilnrgd to try Pr Klngt M cuT rr cuml her nd she writes Ihl- srruattackuftlurumoolaurblrcureokrte a Pab of lbe gaud- rrmdyfurcurlogit throat b1 Bud truu- idea Every bttrv luaralllHd fiat Iwuirt foe at Ionnyi tire Store r 1 HUSTONVILLE J W Honker Is bavlg u dairy built and when completed will be one of the nicest aroundhero Tbe did Ark1 on Main Street Is be lug newly n cd whichwill add greatly to lit appcaranceIThe cupola of tho Presbyterian church U being torn down for repairs which havo boon greatly needed for tome time- Newton Uros have at tho corner of the Vcndome hotel a new style lamp which throws a good light all over towc There Is a movement on foot to or ganlzo n tribe of Red Men here Tbe order li an excellent one and every man In the West End should become a member D M Llpp ft Son are tearing out old and putting In new machinery in their mill and when completed will have tho capacity of making 100 bar role of Hour per day Mr Fields Montgomety ot Liberty and Miss Carrie A Allen of Lexington were married In the parlors of tbo Weatherford House Sunday afternoon Rev J Q Montgomery of Liberty an undo of the groom olllolallng Mrs McKee of Quincy arrived Sun day to visit her daughter Mrs V 0 Morse MU Dora Uaugbman of Stan ford Is visiting Mrs H C Daughman Miss Anne Cook Huffman has returned to Lexington alter upending several days with Miss Melllo Hopper Proto J W Davis and wife have moved to MIddleburg where they will conduct tbe college there Dr Carl Wheeler of Lexington spent several days with the bomefolks Misses Martha Clay of Winchester and Catherine Baugh man of Stanford have been guests of Mlss Edna Baughmao Fire Chief W C McAfee and wltu of Baltimore are tbo guests of the latter mother Mrs Alice Luik Hugh Ragland has returned to Covtngton alter a visit to Howard Camnltz The party given by Mr and Mrs W C Greening at Devondalo Villa in honor of Misses Maud Moore and Pearl Jobnstone of Danville was quite an cojoyable affair The lawn was bril liantly lighted with Japanese lanterns and the refreshment proved Mrs Greening an expert In the culinary de partment Those who registered were Miscue Moore and Johnttono Meetro Broist Cook Cbarley Smith H G More John G Lyps Qtlv ir C Boner Wood O L laD C A Stair Hub T Smith Alfred IJooer Thomas Chesnut Danville Miss Bather Jones HKrrodnburg Mitt Mary Pr king Middlesboro Hugh Rutland Covlngton MU Ball Rice iMarKs bury MUs Sallie Lou Meyer Lancas ter Miss Bert Livingston Clinton MoMU Iva Collln Parfj Mruell Sallio Cook Mabel Tavlor Laura Llppi Dot Camnltt Prtlle Newborn Mary A Carpenter Saute Stone Pink ertoo Mellle Hopper Anna L Crowe Edna Camnllr Nolle Adam Edna Powell Manne Ruse Alice Drye Mary C Carpenter Annab and Grace Joan tone Frances Adams Catherine Al corn Corn Llpp Maybelle Drye Bur nett Pinkerton Mr W D Hooker and wife Mesas Charles M Rose Roland Bishop June locker Howard Cam nltz Crawford Donaldson Vat Morse Mick Pinkerton W S Huffman Jesse Oirpcnter Burdetto Powell William Bishop F U Twldwell Hawkins Dish op J Walker Pinkerton O S Wil llama George Porter Crowe Charley Adams John W Swnoe Cloyd Jobn stone M E Harper Jerry Adams Low rates Illsroad bargain days via the Monon route Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from Lou isville Ky to points In Arlaona Unit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska New Mexico Noith Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash Ini ton Northern Wisconsin and W y omlng at one first claes fare plus 62 for the roundtrip on June 10th July If 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 HI Nov 0 20 and Dee 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting partiesschedules- and ISM will bo furnished with further Information by addressing E H District Passenger Agents Monon Route Louisville Ky YCIUAHIC SRJPTIOHS Areguadbut5kluCngdlensrob life of joy llackirni Uulo rune Old liuu ntng and Fete Clivr Roth Fetom Wt rut ItNIiet hums Staid Zkuplel lIand Cbllt4dro Bet file turf on earth- IMrea oullalo sod Acttt Only Me a tae Cure Kuirnt l fold by tinny1rugglst WANTEDVO want a few more good agents of either sex to take or der good wales permanent position exclusive territory Address Box 134 Danville Ky STORY OF A SLAVE To tie loons hand anti foot fur yare bf the chtlui of iHrp w l the wont roan of Ilittnrorge II tlltatne ut Manebrlr Mlh tells bow such a il Te wu made free He raysIy wit t ibfa to bflplfii for ate year that she rouia not turn oar In IJ alone fitter wing two 1oitlM of Electric littler she li woudf This im iaiTfJ tud elate to do her own work reins rrmHy for ItiniU dtseew quickly suns oar ouana l pleneallulIDebuIT hMd rhe backotbe This tette tie worklni medicine li godsend tu weak dekl run down toi1le Ettry tattle UaranltN Only Sold by Unnjr lirujlt The Glasgow Times say a wltneee who had been relied on In a certain case was asked It he did not swear to tbe reverse of what bo then swore at a previous trial He was a little slow to answer but on being pressed said At tho last trial I swore a 110 lie Since then I have joined the church and quit IjtngV LANCASTER Mr It L Davidon started for Kun gas City Sunday night being an alter nato for this district T bL Arnold Jr caught six nab weighing 27 pounds Outs weighed 8 pounds and be didnt Usa a trotllne I should like to see my native town on the 4tb but I do not expect to be able to como over I send greetings however to tho noblest people of then allThe cantata Snow White will be rendered here on July 10 the best home talent taking part It will bo given under the auspices of the W C T U and it will draw a large crowd The operation of nerve clls fttiilng was successfully performed by Dy Ac ton assisted by Dr Grant on Mrs Patterson of Cincinnati who hm stir fared continuously of facial neuralgia Many regret that Fuller t Sampson lira qlng out of business hero as they have made u number of friends by theIr fair dealing and gentlemanly bearing Senator Farris W A Arnold and Wllkca Booth Thompson became Mac cabees Thursday night That order will have 500000 members by Jan 1001 MaJ M F Rout says that no INTER lOll JOCIINALS came to Murksbury Saturday and none to Bryanuvllle dur log last week They are anxious to know the causo Mr Ed Adams who moved to Ar kantas some years ago Is here to 6uy stock Senator Farrls has gone lo Frankfort to see his old associate Sen ator Carter act as governor Warrants were Issued for tho arrest of 32 men for engaging In a difficulty near Poosey Madison county during a picnic and In less than 24 hours Dee Turner had 30 of them under arrest showing bow readily ho discharges hit oltlclal duties The cartoon In the Record of Thurs day drafted by Mr H Clay Sutton representing the wheat dealer Mr H A B Marksbury telling a farmer about tbe wheat market h a perfect ph lIe of work It gives every feature In a realistic manner and Mr M la readily reoogolMd by all who know him Program am out for the locution ary contest nt the opera house July 12 and It goes without saying that It will be the most attractive entertainment given here in years It Is strictly high grade the contestants being widely known and the tubjedta being of tbe kind to create an interest Seat at M cents on sale at MaRoberta drug btore Mr Henry Marksbury who has han died more wheat than any one In thus section of the State has Issued n no tice to farmers not to miss au oppor tunity to stack their wheat It shooks are wet ou the Inside be advises thorn to reshook putting tbe damp bundle on the outside It can be stacked with safety when It will not do to thresh from shocks II wheat threshed from sbtrcks tbte year is wet and miller and elevator refuse to accept It Many democrats are In favor of umenolog the Goobel law but they do nol propose to let Its enemies from tbe beginning dictate the time nor the terms It Is certainly In bud tttoto for circulars to be distributed telling bow a democratic candidate for governor stands ou It I do not believe In mak leg sickly concessions to the enemy Besides a non partiean law can novel be enacted One party Is sure to have the advantage ant as long all we re main in the llesb either party will be very apt to use that advantage Prof John L Douglass gave an ex hibition here Friday night of oriental mystery and necromancy which was frequently applauded by an appre dative audience Ills drives while blind folded In search of a poatottlce key whljb was blddeu by a committee appointed by the mayor called out the town He found It went to tile oUlce got a letter and delivered it to the owner At nlgbta committee gave him a number of difficult tusks but they were unable to battle him He U cer tainly a master of mind reading and much more that Is myriorluu 5150 to St Paul and return The Monon route will sell tickets to St Paul and return at 32150 from Louis vllle Ky on July 14 15 and 10 good returning until July 21st On presen Lotion of a roundtrip ticket from St Paul to any point beyond adding a value of i5 or mote and by payment of 50 cents fee extension of limit will be granted by the joint agent at St Paul to AUg 21st Particulars of E H Ba con D P A Motion Route Louisville y BISMABKS IHOM MERYS Was tbe result of bU tplfndld health Icdoul able will and trrm ndoui energy are sot found htra touiich LlTtr Kldntyt and lloweli are jut of order it you want these gmlltlee and the tuccrti they Irlng use lIr ling Sew Ufa Illli Thfy il Tflon every uwer tf brain and body Only 23c at Trunyi Drug Store The report of the assassination of Baron von Kelieler the German unto Uter at Pekln has been confirmed All the legations were destroyed save three Tbe remaining ministers were safe tune 20 but Yung Lu telegraphed that be doubted If they could hold out anther 24 hours Tbe total allied force ashore IS 520 officer and 13600 men An outbreak of Boxers Is feared at Canton and Cbefoo tirA d 3tt ierti sal 4th of July PltOORAM Salute of 13 guns 0 oclock A sharp This wl be a signal for parade to form on Danvlllo street near old toll gate v Profession will move at 10 oclock sharp down Main Street to Lower Main and back to courthouse Music speaking balloon and ascen alone from return of parade until nodn AKTEHNOON EXEHOISES Beginning at oclock sharp Bicycle race boys under 15 yrs start at fountain run to Farris corner turn run to Florence corner then back to fountain dismounting at each turn Prize SI Music 2 Plo eating contest Prize 81 Music 3 Barrel race PrizeSl Music 4 Old fashion fiddlers contest Prize 91 Music 6 Wheelbarrow race best twodUt of three Prize 81 Music 6 Balloon ascension parachute de scent by celebrated aeronaut Music 7 Cracker eating contest Music 3 Bicycle race to all comers start at fountain run to Florence corner turn run to Farrla corner then back to Florence then back to fountain dismounting at each turn Prize SI 9 Potato race Prize 31 10 Balloon ascension Music 11 Foot race Price 3- 1Progfam will conclude with a magnificent display of fireworks commenc fag at S oclock I M sharp I I M Bruce will be chief marshal and WB Penny J C Florence and J C Bailey assistants Cook A Farmer will have a nice heal to advertise their barber shop and bath room Contractor A C Sine had a big force erecting a grand Stand on court square yesterday Higgins ft McKinnoy will have a wagon and machinery exhibit on ai large scale J C McClary will have a workshop showing John A Hendren hard making harness Tbe balloon ascension and parachute deecenslon by Prof Cimlottl a noted aeronaut will bo one of tbe features of the day- J H Baugbman ft Co the millers will have a huge float displaying the many products that they manufacture and handle- I M Bruce will trim a twohorse surrey in one style and Invite Judges Saulley Bailey and Carson to occupy It and lead the parade Tbe INTERIOR JOURNAL printing press In action run by an operator In National colors who will throw off matter to spectators J W Perrln says his firm will not have a float but be or Mayor Menefee in fantastic dress will ride a fat beef In the parade a an advertisement of their butcher shopJW W Withers will be represented In the parade and aiso make a specialty of his house display The room will bi darkened and lighted aitlfldally till Ills as light as day The Red Men over 100 strong and dressed like regular Indies will glee a separate parade In fl e afternoon Col Welch will probaoly represent Geronimo and Col J B Van Kant Sitting Bull Severance t Son will present tbe battle ship Kentuckyln fighting trim with the colors flying deck cleared and guns manned Admiral Will Severance will occupy the bridge and direct the movements J Glnburg will show up his Racket Store In great shape In the parade The lloat will be In a long wagon cov ered with signs and be drawn by four horses lo tandem and led by eight co ored gemmen Beazley Hays will present a room furnished with their latest and most costly furniture with Dr A S Price and Miss Mary Bruce house keeping and Mr and MVs L L Doty Miss Amanda Rose and J L Beazley on a visit to them Tbe Odd Fellows will have a float representing a widow and orpbanll home It will contain 40 dressed alike carrying a flag and a bunch of flower each and singing roan organ accompaniment Mr J T Har rill spent several days In getting it in shipshape Tbe Loulevllle Store will have abuge umbrella because it U Racey you know from which streamers of its var ious llnee will hang On each corner will stand a boy advertising other lines while hags and bunting will be liberal ly displayed The conception IB that of Artist Charley Cox Celebration James H Greer will have a black smith bop In operation on bid float The fountain on court square U being put In shape to throw Its cooling sprat on tbe 4th Tbe store window generally are In gala array and by tomorww the toy n will be gay and gaudy- G L Pennv Beailey Bros Cum mini ft McClary Ed Wllklneon Hill Beck and othea will be represented In tbe parade but hadnt exactly decided how MATRIMONIAL MATTERS AtStrunks Lane Whitley county Andrew Patrick shot and killed Clint JonesA Humble of Somerset and Miss Mary Vaughan of Russell Springs were married last week A Louisville woman of 53 made a peddler of 33 so drunk that she was enabled to take him over to JetTerson vllle and marry him but as soon as be got sober he procured a divorce James Blevtns and Miss Amanda- Lowry of Richmond went to JetTer sonvllle to marry but tbe groom thought 82 too much for the license and they remained single for awhile MrtD C Canlwlll secured adivcrce from her husband at Brlttow I T One of the principal grounds was that Ler husband had killed 27 men in his life and she feared that he would kill her- At Parkerarurg W Va Mr aid Mrs William M Evan celebrated tbe Gist anniversary of their marriage We never had a quarrel said Mrs Evans I always let William have his own way An Episcopal preacher In Maine declined to marry Mrs Aubrey daughter of Chief Justice Fuller to Dr T L Moore because ebe bad been Ui voiced und tbe ceremony was deferred till Saturday wnen a Baptist preacher tied the knot The motheaten And weatherworn joke about the mother In law being a blight lo demesilu happiness was put out of business when Louis Hirsch took out a license to wed his mother ln law Mrs Abraham The groom la 38 j ears old and the bride 50 Milwaukee Tel egram IS J Dudson sends us the money for a copy of this paper of June 22 and says I saw a copy of that edition und It pleased me very much as I am a Ten nessee dumocra and I wanted to get one and keep It Hundreds of lives ylost to a fire which broke out on the water front of Hoboken and it Is estimated tbat near ly 810000000 worth of property was destroyed It originated on tbe piers of tbe North German Lloyd Steam ship Company and spread to tae pier ot tbe HamburgAmerican line Four steamships were burned ai d scores of their crews perished In tbe flame Men leaped Into the water by dozens and most of them were drowned the Intense beat rendering assistance Impossible jjttl siii itakrapl taYK or r genuInehave so many to move back to our new Mroreroom p The opportunity of the season to get a bar gain in a suit Clothing Hats Furnishings 9 Shoes IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOB EtYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman k Co 111r J bLL PateVii wAr ERr For 4 Cents I In my Store PapapricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Pllace in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on the wall nndget it at onto SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 306 Main Street Trusses I t Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Reasontable vir Craig Hock r Stanford SNINNsIsImmi A C SNECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthat f I carry a full stock of Doors Sash I DressedLumberI will duplicate t11M any prices offered We bare the Sole Agency for the 1Warqaart Range r A Riujto with the IICgbgradUaure Geo H Parris G Co PENNYS DfUG STORE 1iDrugs Books StationeryrPaints I And Oils 1 f tt t Telephone KytJ n JOURNALi STANFORD Kv JULY 3i 1900 = W P WALTON For Congress HON G G GILBERT Of Shelby County TALLOW DICK KNOTT has fallen Into his old habit of writing to his papers and dating bls letters from various point The one from Stanford never was here oleo the writer Is an Ignora mus who knows nothing of the pollt ical situation in the 8th district which he claims is dead against returning Mr Gilbert to Congress and for Gov Brad len Thompson Burnam or any other republican who may be nominated Tile letter also says that If any Goe bel democrat In tho district will give tbo names of 10 representative citizens who voted against Senator Goebol last year who have openly avowed their purpose of of voting differently at the coming election the Goebel demoa rat giving the said 10 names will be given a prize A prize that such a creature could give is not worth striving for and is worthy of notice only to point a mor al and adorn a tale We believe that some BOcalted democrats who desert cd the party last year have gone for good and also for that partys good but It Is Impossible to conceive how any man who has a drop of democratic blood In his veins can after tho devil Ish deeds of the republican party leaders at Frankfort last winter and since I alllgn himself with the crowd that no 4 only sympathizes with but openly endorses assassination as a means of government If there be so vile a wretch he is laying very low and avoiding all the curses and Imprecations that all honest men would heap upon him were his intentions known We have a b- etrlopinion of mankind in general and any who has ever been a democrat to think that there Is even one in all this section GOV MCCREAUV In response to ap peals from Danville friends wrote that he does not think he ought to be 1 candidate for governor and In fact Is not but lmatcethat it a nomination is accorded him he will not decline to carry his partys banner There has been great pressure brought to bear on the exgovernor to enter the race but he refused to do so If he had announced In the beginning as we urged him to do no other name would likely have McCrearyJ the admiration of all democrats who would delight to show their apprecla tlon of hIs services A Kentucky deal ocrat told the Cincinnati Enquirer that If the governor enters the race even now there will be such a stampede to him aa will give him the nomination by acclaim Should there be a dead lock In tbe convention Gov McCreary 4is sure to be nominated but we do not r look for such a condition as we be- lIeve with Gov MnCreary unannounced for the office Mr Blnuk will go into the convention with enough votes to nominate him on tl1p first ballot ji J i So far as we lave been able to path er James D Black Is the decld iifI vorlte of the democrats In this county for governor and webelieve theywill express themselves In the precinct conventions on xhe 14th We know they will If they will assert themselves Ho appears to be the logic of the situation and the man to unite a very much divided party and which when Til ted all hades aid Its ally tbe republl 1 can partcanprevail C ADMIRAL PHILIP who commanded the battleship Texas during the war with Spain and helped to destroy Cer vqras fleet in Santiago harbor two t years ado today died suddenly of heart disease at the Brooklyn navy yards of which he was commandant During the i battle at Santiago when his men were I cheqrlng the result of their work the f admiral gave his famous command Dont cheer boys the poor devils are dying THE Lexington Democrat a red hot party paper has bloomed from a week st ly Into a dally so great was the demand t for a democratic paper In the capital of I tbe bluegrass D J Crowe Is editor manager and the paper is gotten out byI if number of printers who share theI profits and losses We hope there wIllI I be none of the latter and from present f indications It will be a money maker from the start LET every democrat no matter for whom he Is for governor go to his vot ing place on the 14th and assert him self The majority should rule and not the minority In the hands of a skillful manipulators Be on hand at 2 oclock tsharp or your presence will not count 1DR PIER preached to his cangrega Non at Hopkinsvillo Sunday but made no allusion to the matter uppermost In I every members mind His text was the 7tb commandment or should have been with himself the awful example of the failure to obey It A UElCULiCAN organ says that Gov Roosevelt will make an ideal J president of the Senate We suppose because when he calls a member to order and the member doesnt drop he K will shoot him on the spot or spot him the snoot fITon annorTAHVIN has governor no Two weeks from now be will be men ftloned with the also ran President and Mrl5 ttioKinley are et Oaoton to remain till be is noticed of jiu renomloatloh for president i THE democratic hosts have gathered at Kansas City in great numbers and to that enterprising city all eyes are turned There Is some talk of the platform being shorn of a specific declaration for free Rod unlimited coinage of silver at 16 to but It Is mostly being done by Eastern delegates whose wishes will hardly tie consulted The question of a vice presidential nomination Is an open one but the fact that Mr Bryan summoned Senator D B Hill to Lincoln gives some color to the probability that the New Yorker may be given second place There arc 16 candidates for the office but Sulzer and Towne are the only ones working publicly for It There Is a great desire on the part of tbe delegates to name Mr Bryan for president on the glorious 4tb but the hotels and their clacquers are trying to have the linked sweetness long drawn out Workmen were kePt busy Sun day and every night and promise to have the ball ready by tomorrow but It Is hardly possible The entrance to It la blocked by obstructions and there U still much work to do WE have been mildly censured by certain democrats for advocating such changes in the election law as will make It nonpartisan as nearly as pos sIble They claim It is sort of a back down to the republicans who are clamoring for the repeal of the law It Is not so much on their account as It Is for harmony in our own ranks and be cause it Is right that it should be amended that we advocate it Guy Goebel would have had amended If foul republican conspiracy had not laid him low and therefore no one need cling to the law because it was the work of the martyred statesman brain perfecttits imperfections he asserted to friends his Intentions to cure the defects as much as possible We take tbe ground that democrats do not need any to called legal helps to carry the State It Is largely democratic on a full vote and a fair count and this the party In power should Insure POUTICIANS AND POLTICS Urey Woodeon who was at Lincoln says that Bryan did not send for Hill He invited himself Hon L H Carter of Anderson president pro tem of the Senate will act as governor while Gov Beckhan is at the Kansas City convention During the fiscal year just ended 105567 pension certificates were issued by the pension bureau an Increase of 15000 over last year- Theprohibition National convention in Chicago nominated John G Wool ley of Illinois for president and Hen ry B Metcalf of Rhode Island for vice president Grover Cleveland says I believe that tbe United States can uot afford to be a baby empire aud that it is high time It woke up and pulled out of Itn penal business Gov Beckham recognized the color ed democrats by the appointment of Louis Smith colored of Louisville as commissioner of the State Normal School for colored persons George B Cox the Cincinnati boss who was elected National committeeman for Ohio at the republican Na tlonal convention at Philadelphia has resigned In the interest of party harmony Mrs Taylor has rented a house In Louisville and is being supported by the Taylor Aid Society The republl cans cherish the hope tbat Yerkes will be elected and pardon her assassin sus pect husband ExSpeaker Thomas B Reed will not support McKinley nor will he support Bryan He says that he has construct ed a platform of his own and will stand upon It This means that Mr Reed Is out of politics Green Golden says there Is a man in Burbourvllle who has never been Im plicated iu the case who will be tt dlcted when be Golden Is taken be fore the Franklin county grand jury The mans name is withheld for the presentIThe republicans In the 3d will bold a convention at Bowltug Green Aug 7to nominate a candidate for Congress who it Is saidwl11 be Wm Henry Jones of Barren The proposition to fuse with Brown democratameeta little approval The Richmond Pantugrapb refers to George M Davlson as the Lincoln County Statesman Whew By the way tbat paper Is a hot Bradley organ and thinks the exgovernor could poll a great many more votes should he get the Congressional nomination than the gray gelding Black Is an able man and one against whose character nothing can be said He 1s particularly strong In the moun tam a section a fact tbat might mean much in the coming election If Beck ham la too young as many charge and Lewis is too old as others say then it is clear that Black is of just the right age Let it be Black Owenton Her aldOf course if you see it in the Louis vUle Post It Is untrue Green Golden denounced as absolutely false the story that be had stated that an attempt bad been made by any ono to pay him for certain testimony for the prosecution He says he has talked to no one concerning tbe testimony that he might live County Judge Cornett of Harlan seems to think he la It He says I have tried Powers and I find that he ha a pardon from V S Taylor the Commonjwealth here trying to arrest him I will put them in jail for contempt of my court Powers is safe hero just as long as he wants to stay II When attending the Philadelphia convention last week Hon John W Yerkes said in an interview that he jff t Ao1I o kLo edll was not a mountaineer and did not look like one Many a good mountain son of toll will remember that saying when be goes to vote this fall The kidglove aristocrat from Danville will be haunt coolfameMt Vernon Signal The Impression Is rapidly forming that Black Is the best man to unite the party and it Is conceded that be will be first or second In Instructed votes and if the tide that has set In towards him continues to rite ho may be nominated on tbe first ballot Blanks great strength In our weak point tbe moun tains bis ability to meet Yerkes on the stump his attractiveness as a pop ular orator his loyalty to Goebel last year his conservative position on the election law and his success In restor log good feeling among democrats all stamp him as the coming man The Kentuckian Is for the nominee but we believe Black Is the man to make a winning fight Hopkinsvillo Kentuck IanThe Owensboro Messenger edited by Mr Urey Woodson who was very close to Gov Goebel says he frequently discussed his plans to amend the elec Lion law with the editor of the Messen ger He told Mr Bryan both before and after the election of his intention in this regard tn the presence of the editor of the Messenger and Mr Bry an fully approved his proposed amend menu He also told Senator Black burn and others No friend of Goebel when fully informed can or will object to amending the law on Goebela ac count The amendments In brief will equalIand provide for representation of both leading parties on the county and State canvassing boards Under the law that preceded the Goebel law this was not guaranteed and frequently not possible Mr Goebel also wanted the party emblems on the ballots removed He de sired to provide for this in the original bill but deferred to the very foolish we think objections of some of his friends Thia will also probably b proposed when the amendments are of fered When the law bas been thud amended It will stand as one of the best and fairest in operation In the whole country as Indeed It is now notwith standing tbe abuse and misrepresenta Lion it has suffered BRIEF NEWS NOTATION The Detroit Journal was 75000 by fire Two men while blowing a safe at Chicago were injured one of them perhaps fatally by an explosion of dy namiteOwensboro sold 200000 4 per cent city bonds to u Chicago firm at 9100 premiumJim for the cowardly murder of an aged Negro was given a life sen tense at Benton when It should nav been death W J Dent a cousin of Stonewall Jackson was found guilty of murder aud sentenced to life Imprisonment at Rusk Texas George Boyd a 60yearold Negro la In jail at Taylorsvllle charged with an assault on 13yearold Nellie Smllhana lynching Is expected Col Murray reports to tbe war de partment that there are three reg meets 30 companies and 2104 men a present subject to call In Kentucky Frank Brougbton of Patterson N J In jail for a debt of 821 47 to an It stallment clothing house brooded over tbe disgrace und committed suicide pellodlcalslI Stuart R Knott who bas resigned I5YI51temdent of the Chicago Alton rallwayln charge of traffic As a result of the visit to Cuba of Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Brlstow a reduction of 3S per cent in tbe expenses of the Cuban postottlce department has been accomplished George Thomas who assaulted Mrs James Douberly on Easter Sunday was hanged at Beaufort S C This was tbe first assault on a woman ever com mltted in the Black Belt of South Carolina where Negroes outnumber tbe whites In some sections 30 to 1 THE time for pin wearing has come again and soon almost every voter you meet will have a picture of his choice candIdate on the lapel of his coat A number of radb here are wearing Yer cea Muttons proving that the Boyle entry U a bigger thing In their eyes than the nominees of the Philadelphia convention A few of the democrats are wearing Beckham buttons WOULDNT TALK The other day at Somerset an I J representative asked ensua Enumerator John S May how many enumerators there were working- on the townIITbe rules prevent my answering any questions pertaining to the taking of the census he replied- A gentleman who heard the answer remarked that Mr May was so afraid bo would tell something be ought not to that the public bad beeu deprived of the condition of his health since be took the oath of otllce James Corley was found mysteriously mrdered near Mltcbellsburg Lieut Gibson winner of the Louis llleaud Laionla Derbva was defeat Pi by The Elector a selling plater at Washington Park Saturday John R Gentry 200 and Joe alchen 201i wilt meet In a match race for a 2500 purse at tbe Windsor Oat meeting July 16 The Bowling Green Times says that George Collett has gathered over 700 gallons of blackberries from a oneacre patchThe peach crop In Chattanooga dls- trlct Is estimated at 75000 crates Georgia Is expected to furnish over a million crates HKlOUT OK Ttfll OOXmTIOX Ob THE NATIONAL BANK Off HUSTONVIUL KY At the cloieof builnen on June 30tb 190 s RLUnItCx Loans mil discount ILO8819 23 Orenlrani 20S9 97 U S I percent bond ItJSM 00 Furniture ami 9xturci 800 00 Out from bank 8J7JJ 2t Due Crow U S treasurer 62J 0 f S revenue iltuips GI Cub and cub ltemsa 14217 01 t 1170412 U481Wr161 OiplUl stock 00 Surplus tuoIft 530i 0d Katlonalbink notes outttindlng 12000 Undlf IJtd IrolltJM 1827 20 lodh dual deposits subject to check 81CI8 41 1170412 rxorrr AXO toss BiUnce Picemlir tSl9II35 87 o earning lot six months 1819 ti 33755 M DuroiKD or Current expeom and taxes81027 IHrldend Xo 333 per vent llalanc undtTU am 1927 20 IJMJ 08 OFFICERS- Dr Edward Alcorrj President J W Hocker Cashier J H Hocker Asst Cashier DIRECTORS- Dr Edward Alcorn W P Walton Cicero Reynolds H H McAnlncl B B King T J Robinson Dr H Brown J W Powell George L Carpenter The First National Bank OF STANFORD KY At tbe cline ofbutlneu June 3Oth190- 0AaSUCRCRI fans and dlwonats9ISI3 O 07 Stocts and land 12021 U I17UM1 tI Overdrafts 930178 U S lands to secure circulation 810W 00 Premium on 0 S land 3100 Banklni house sod fixture 9200 00 Other real male 735120 Due from bank 1IS30 Kerenue itanipa 00 IJQItS32U14 UiniUTIES 00eH4007 Clrculatloa 81jno lsdlrWud dfIUII 132S4J W Fund to pay taxes Ijl M 320 2 Left aver from lilt six tuontbt J 22i Total eirulngt this six months 119 Id i 1m DtirosED or Ai Iilrtdtnd 3ler nntftC3OO 00 ialdexpaneee 211197 34dCarried to urplu fund 111 76 93sE2 J OFFICERS J S HOCXRB IVeilJeni Jo J MrUoniLirrj Catblcr W Ii WIUKKX Hookk p r DIRECTORS K Reid T P Hill S T Harrta W A TrlbMe J Vf Hajden SL D rBniere UlJaIIgbwanI Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KV At the mote of buMnt t qn June 9f 1008 ansenltCLS hill tOOI1 sU S Hand- Overdrafts 1800 tSa30 00 Due frombanks49111 33 s0tRevenue stamps 370 flanking house 5000 00 cuh 25700 N 101112 07 UADILITIM Capital J1HMC Surplus 1914 M ssso000jIndividual dsiolts 2W4 S 43 flue to wok IMIS 70 401112 07 Earnings six rooothH ending inns Mth 97M ntSTHtBlTEDJ To eurrentuxptwef21 M To tuxes Itd 1080 2i To nd debt chnnyinJ oil tMi 80 To dividend 3 per cent 8000 to Curried tosurplu 4t 10 To Reduction oa lrenn 611 31 JB708 88 S II siUMi frojlJent J Ii O iitEV Cashier W M IKIIIIT Aut Cashier J U HAILEV Ifookkeeps- rCiRECTORS J J Wllllamt Mt Vernon Ky J S OtMlttf Sr Staufori ICYI W II CumnlDi Iruicltenvllli Kvi J It OHsliy Stanford Kyj J N Mtnefee Stanfor Ir- S II thank Stanforl Ifyi A W Carpenter Danville Kyt J F Lynn Stanfora ICy1 John F Cash Stanford Ky of farm implements andJcles isqnewayofsaymd Iidoe3fttoo1T asmuaiasuselrawears Them out and fewcents investaJDiNCPwiJleam dollars in wearing capa of necessitiesIfJJIiOEEETS FiNlalNdaColcrwct17lor11 HON D BLACK thllillIoJDlllatioo DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer labject to tho action ot the democratic party lie lollclt your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couut pastyFOR RENT I Tho property at Crab Orchard lately lie cupled by M A Singleton It includes residence garden pasture Ac Apply too II Singleton Crab Orchard Ky PBITITT afros UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOKELAXD KY QiUk aad efficient attention to burial elegant new hear Larg stock of Coffins Caskets llolm onlaoditsW PARKHILL M 01 HOMEOPATHIC PSYSICIAN Dr Iarkhlll baa bad 20 In tho general practice of medicine and otter his service to the public of Stanford end vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases utllce opposite Court house over Ileatlev Urns Stable Otllc hours from l to 3 r u Special SALE t 150 SUITS To Close OutI At S Below Cost To make ready for FaH Stock Now Is- Your Chance To get cbeaperltban Cum ins McClary Desirable Farm At Private Sale Detlrlni to change climate on account of my health I will sell at private tale my CouotyKeotuckyand IX mile West of McKlnney on 0 8 TbU H farm and Improvements are among tltw best In the llluo Grass region of Ken Lucky Thu dwelling U a modern brick and rame metal tour containing rooms with halls porch und verandah Outbuilding Include two and commodious barns with 2t box stall and shed room for 100 cattle or 200 louses building Include rehouse buggy mOlt house coal louio poultry house lower pit and good tenant houto of Uvu rooms art In art claa repair and comparative new Never falling orchard of bent variety ot fruit The larger portion of this farm U ratclass tobacco and hemp laud Abuu dance of never falling water tour rock walled pond In addition to branch through one sldll ot tbe place 200 acres of farm In iluo grass or meadow with acres In wheat and corn fencing In excellent con Itlon and abundance In quantity This farm Is In good shape for division If squareboundedmvllle and McKluuney Turnpike This home and farm has to bo seen to be appre verydltilrablfopportunity to find this quality on the market Terms liberal Any dbslrlng to Inspect tho premises are Invited to call on or address mo at Hustonvllle D S J011eTON- ThoCouthorn Mutual Investment Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST OKlca LctlntOenenl fUffloo touUrllle Ky reoch Ulillcoa st Newport News 1a Baltimore ild IUUaiclpala Pa Pata To Cortlfieats ISlien 829218225 PMMiToSel rT Pttni 9fl00925 I 1 WI SUBMIT Gracefully to the Inevitable We have only a few weeks left in which to move an Immense stock of Summer and Hot Weather GoodsIWe realize that tbo volume of business that we must do In the next few weeks will have to be enormous to clean up the stock Prices will do It aud wo have determin ed to sacrifice our entire stock of hot weather g- oodsSPECIALS t I Full yard wide Percale dark and light pattern to select from Well worth tOe Our 1riCenoou 6cuuruunu onuoo unnunn uuonauApron check Gingham 4c 10 Yarde of good Calico 35c S3 Doz Ladle Shirt Waists made of best Sea Island Percales aud LwnoISoLadles Ribbed Vests 3 for ftlOe A BIg Drive lens blue Cotton aile Pants this week only tic Three stools of Machine Thread lOc Mcua Elastic Seam Drawers worth 75c the world over 48c Shoe Bargains One lot Ladies 1260 Shoes in Sand 2J to close for We One clue Ladies Tan Oxfords fails tion vesting top all leather ISc One case Ladles tan strap Sandals food style worth 1160 go for t9c Mens Plow Shoes 73c Mens all solid Dress Shoes 1119 dons Tan Shoes worth 1150 only OSo Clothing Bargains Boys Knee Pants lOc roy Crash Knee Pants 16c Boys Linen Suits sailor collar double breasted largo pearl buttons worth f 60 only ioc- naYI Linen Coats well made 35o Mens Linen Suits flUS Mens black Wonted IVints uSe A 1 lg line of 12 60 Pants left to close at 5133Iteuieinber we are solo distributors of the celebrated Dutchess Trousers the bit pants iu the world Everything in Mens Sulta All grades from J20S up Notions Two bunches finishing Braid Cc Big Drive 10 doz Ladle seamlru fast black hose worth lOc everywhere only 6c- Mens gray Cottou Hose 0 for 25c 20 Doz Mens tan halt hOle mercerised and high colored heels and toe worth 25cj our price 16c Mens fancy Balb Underwear Wutth fI only 49c per suit All colors In Mens Negligee Shirts Silk Madras or Percale fronts collars at tached or detached 33c to tl Five doz Shirt Waists full quality Dimity only 73c Ladies Ready to Wear Garments Ladicsa Linen Skirts trimmed In white Taj o giving a nice died only 600 lAdies blue duct Skirts nicely trim nidi only 75c Ladles Rough Crash Skirts the proper thing only OOc A FLYELadys Skirt stylish Shirt Waist Sailor Hat and Fan forfl25IWe have bought Hunting for the 4th of July In such quantities tbat we ate able to supply alt parties at wholesale prices Louisville Store Furnishings SKLINGER BROS PRORS T D RANFIY MGE Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jcrttcy ORGANIZED 1845 Assets GO4197177S Liabilities 0181070721 Surplus 562569322eThe Beit 1ollcy The IJest Company Annual Dividends Before placing your ap plioatlcatlon for Life Insurance se- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky Cif References Our Policy holderst e S BIO LINE OF S CLOTIINGFor Men Boys and Children WOOD PANTS A SPECIALTY ae See our Line of Custom Made PAnt at 1260 to 1123 per pair 1111E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky GET READY FOR THE FAIRSPa- tent Leather Shoes In Calf and Ideal Kid Button and Lace 1carl list or Strawellher will bo suitable Negligee Shirt with Imperial Tie Wo can furnish you these and please you See them 0ALDWELL LANIER Danville The Lending Shoe and FurnUhlng House of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the most Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses tho now discovery Iu optical science I to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large itock of the very Uatest Designs it JVJouldhpgs Patterns never Bold in thIs locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most paintings Among the lot is the New Fleur De s mouldings modally suitable qelicate pictures Embroidered Mats French aIel Colors and all pictures that reo When In Danville call and see us duddulre a dainty get our prices Wr 1 rill save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky FTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky JULY 3 IQOO E C WALTON BusuiEea MANAGER best materials combined with 1THE and insure good results No other methods aro ever used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Miss JosEiitiNK SANDIDOE Is visit log Miss Lucle Chancellor MESSRS MARK UARDIK and George I H Farrls went to Cincinnati Sunday- T D NKWLANU JR Is at homo from Danville to rest up a month or so- MR AND MRS L L DorY epenteov cral days with bill parents In Garrard MRS J S REED and eon of Loxlng ton are visiting Mr and Mrs J M White MR AND MRS JS WELLS of Dan vllle spent Sunday at Hon J S Ow Icy 811 MISSES EDNA RAMSEY and Nova Cook of Montlctllo are with Mlsi Anna Cook MRS WILLIAM MORELAND of Lex legion II visiting her daughter Mr W C Shanks MR M F ELfclN went to Clements vltle Casey county today to organize a Maccabee lodge Miss ESSIE Butted has gotten the Walnut Flat school and will stay with tho Mines Owsley Miss GEORGIA WEST of Harrods burg returned with Mrs Allco Lytlo and Is her guest Miss EVA MAY METCALFE of Lex ington Is with Mines Louise and Evelyn Eastland E A WHITE of Jcetamlno spent several days with his parent Mr and Mrs R L White MItS M C WILLIAMS and children are back from an extended visit to her sister at Rutsellvlllo- MR AND MltS ISAAC KISSICIC of Lexington are visiting their daugh ter Mrs Wm Hamilton MRS ELLA S ROSE and pretty daugbter slice Amanda of Huston viile were here Saturday MR W C MOEt and handsome wife of Baltimore are with her moth er Mrs Alice Lusk at Hustonvlllo- MR J W HAYDEN was ut homo from Winchester a day or two and Sat urday went up to Altamonton business- A G FACLKNEH went to Curlcys dlttlllery at Camp Nelson yesterday to be store keeper and John Ellis toTray IrUCRRAH for Black is the way Mr W S Woodton of Flat Lick Knox countywind up a letter ordering a lot of printing MR M LEE RANEY Is taking a postgraduate course In John Hopkins UoI ver lty Baltimore and order his pa per sent there MISSES BKSSIE AND LUCILLE MEN IFEE are back from Cedar Springs S C where they filled positions In the D D Asylum MR AND Tits A E Gnmoss and Master Marrs left yesterday for Dripping Springs to be gone a week or mONAdvocate Miss SUSIE THOMPSON will repre sent Rockcastle In the Stanford parade July lib and there wont bo a prettier girl tberoMt Vernon Signal MRS H D GRHQORY and daughters Mtssee Catherine and Clara of Coving 1ton arrived Sunday to visit her par eaU Judge and Mrs James P Bailey Miss HAIDUB DUFF of Glasgow who has been teaching at Cedar Springs S C spent several a1wltb toe MUses Mencfee on her return home Miss MARY HACKLBV hss made a fine crayon portrait of Goy Goobel wuieb the has gotten Beazley S Hays to frame and which Is bOW In their BECKIE BRUMUITT who Is lust buck from California and Mrs R Hays Brummltt of Chattanooga are with Mr and Mrs J WBrummlitand paid us a call Friday Mn AND MRS GEOC KELLER have taken Mrs J S Kendrick residence street for the sumraorwhlle thelNortbDanville MESDAMES SALLIE MOORE and J W Jameson of Purls and W W Goltra of Crawforflsvllle hid who have been visiting Mrs George C Given left for their homes Saturday MRS ST CLAIR UDOUES CAMIMJELL of Somerset was on Sundays train bound for Mlddlesboro to visit friends She told an I J reporter that Mr F J Campbell who recently underwent an operation was rapidly improving MR G R GRIFFITHS who was hero with his wife from McKlnnoy Saturday told us that bo had bandied over 4000 000 feet of lumber this year and that his four mill running from early till late could not keep up with his orders EDWIN C WALTON of the INTERIOR JOURNAL was In the city and met his old friends He Incidentally booked nearly half a hundred now subscriber The INTERIOR JOURNAL is a rockrib bed democratic paper and deserves success Somerset Journal r TilE entertainment given by Mr and Mrs W C Greening at their pretty home Dovondalo Villa at Huston vlliff1 In honor of MUseo Maude Moore and Pearl Johnston of Danville was one of the swollest events of the West End In years A largo number of guests were present and all had a do lightful time REV AND MRS V M BRITT and eon left this morning for Harrlsonvllle Mo where be hopes to enjoy a family reunion one member of which a who has Just returned from Europe Mr Britt has not seen for 10 years He will be absentonly one Sunday and Dr Shelton will fill his pulpit If he remains In town till then Mns JUDGE T L SUELTON of Rowland Is L D S PATTON of Somerset was hero yesterday Miss PEARL PHILLIPS of Lancas ter IB with friends hero Miss ANNIE YANTIS of Lancaster Is visiting Miss Sue Mantle SUELTON M RADFLEY 6t this office Is quite of malarial fever BORN to tbo wife of Joseph H Ma Mister a daughter Josephine MRS L H HUSSUNO of Somerset Is with her father J H Rout Miss Lou JONES of SOMERSET la visiting her aunt Mrs J T Harris F L SELUY a good friend of this paper li up from Russell county with a bunch of cattlo Mu J M DURST the Rockcastle chicken man Is here soiling fryers at 8175 a dozen HON M F NORTH was hero yester day and said everybody ho met in his travels Is for Black MRS A G DANIEL and daughter Miss Minnie of Lexington are with Mrs W A Carson DON R C WARREN says bo saw hardly any but Black men at McKinney Klngsvlllo and Highland ycstor dav A A WARREN chief cook and bot tie washer of the celebration prepara tions has worked like a trojan and do seevcs mucb praise Miss FANNIE SHANKS asks us to say that the O W B M will meet In the lecture room of tho Christian church this afternoon at 3 oclock Instead of tomorrowMRS B PENNY and daughters Mary Cooper and Comic left this morning for Clovcrport to visit rela tives Dr Peony accompanied them as far as Louisville J G FRITH was down from Brou head yesterday to gut a coffin for the wife of Section Foreman David Hurt who died of consumption Besides the husband two children survive MISSES NETTIE Cox of Richmond Susie Witt of Kingston Lizzie Curd of Burgle Pearl Cox of Jessamine and Anne Bronaugb ofCrab Orchard form a pleasant house party at Miss Minnie Monday MRS GUSSIE PHILLIPS of Franklin a graduate In Osteopathy and a highly accomplished woman has loca ted In Stanford for the practice of her profession with ofllco at her sister Mrs J S Owsley Jrs LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work LOT of sample harness at a bargain J C McCIary 4 r HAVE your picture made on the 4ib at Miss Sacrays NEV wuliadand dotted Swisses JPJones BARGAINS in Ice Chestt and Refrig erator at Warren Shanks I HAVE some very tine Game hens pulleu and stage S M Saulley PRESS FOR SALE New 14x221 Gor don press for sale cheap Address W P Walton Tim first blackberries of the season were brought la Saturday but they wont slow at 20o per gallon SETTLING time Is here and I need every cent that Is due me Please pay your account HC Rupley THERE wore only eight passengers on Sundays Louisville bound train Travel generally Is very light Fait RETStorehouso InMoroland 22x02 new small dwelling attached Dot stand In town J W Huston Moreland Ky Tile crop of athis year Is the best for years The merchants are sell Ing tnem at Cc per gallon and they go slow at that low figure OUR correspondent will please bear In mind that news Is what wo want A llllle politics now and then is all right but not too much if vou please TilE taxaromanow ready and those WhO desire to pay will please call at my office and do so as it will bo gladly received S M Owens THE Danville papers aro overdoing the thing Between them Friday they had 40 columns of Plato matter which nobody hardly reads in order to ex pand to double their usual size THE boys adthe McKln fey base ball club at its mercy from the start Saturday afternoon and the score at the finish was 33 to 0 The game was too ono sided to be Interesting SEVERAL years agowepublished John Brlghts way to find the number of grahid of wheat in a bushel Last week we came across It looking fresh and Ono In the Carlisle Mercury 1 HAVE bnly five prisoners and two of them George Owens and John Adams will be taken to the penitentiary this week remarked Jailer DeBorde with a sigh Business Is distressingly dull with mo ho added TUB annuar settling time Is at hand and whether you owe this office for advertising Job work or subscrip tlon note or open account you aro re quested to settle at once Frequent settlements make fast friends and wo want both Kindly take this gentle nlntto yourself shortly enjoy a treat In reading and music Miss Bar bee of Danville said to be a Hoc read er will give selections from her cele brated Negro sketches at the Presby terian church tbo evening of Aug 2d She will be assisted by Mr Edwin Cur ry the violinist and by local musical talent In connection tbo Ladles Aid Society will serve refreshments Tho proceeds will bo devoted to church re pairs NICE line of Fresh Cake at Warren ShankeItTHOSE lovely 35o allies at Jones arc soiling this weok at 2lo KICK line of Ranges four dlllercnt styles uheap G H Farris CoIt rilE Hop Club will give dance at Walton Opera Honse the night of the 4th ANY piece of Rents summer under wear In the house this week at cost J P Jones STORE your wheat with 1 cent per bushel per month and get the ben eat of any advance J H Baugbman Coe85 will give prize of 83 to the person having the handsomest turn out in tomorrows parade George L Penny TILE show windows and stores never looked prettier and everything seems to be In shape for the biggest celebra tlon Stanford has ever had SUNS have given one of their show windows to a relic dll play for the 4th la It will be found many Interesting curiosities IGENTLEMEN who appreciate fine footwear will bo glad to learn one of our merchants Is handling the Hanan Shoe said to bo the best made THE people of the Dee Lick section will celebrate tomorrow by having a big picnic There will be numerous speakers and a good time Is promised OUR mill will be closed tomorrow July 4 We will neither receive wheat nor corn nor sell any of our output Come In Thursday J H Baughman Co STOLEN on STltAEA 3yearold bay horse with a bald face about 14t hands will pay a liberal reward for his delivery to me at Rowland W P BunteYESTERDAY and last night were the hottest of the season the mercury ranging away up In the OOs during the day and falling but little at night It was the botteet day on record in Lou isville Two more dollars been put in circulation since LR Hughes began to tear djwn his old residence Sol Craig found one and Hort Hayden the other in the old building Both were made a half century ago and were not the least worn THE ofthePresbyterian church will serve a lunch tomorrow In their church yard beginning about 11 oclock A nice sandwich and hot coffee for lOc ice cream and cake for 16c or both for 25c They ask a liberal patronage for a good cause THE controller of the currency has authorized the Somerset National Banking Company of Somerset to be gin business with a capital of 850000 It takes the place of the Somerset wasItbo now concern Tile Huntington PaAdvertis- er tells of the death of J F Bush who married a sister of Dr Clifton Fowler of this county He was a native of Vinchcster and to that city his re males were brought for interment He leaves a widow and two children The paper speaks In the highest terms of Mr flush as a citizen and Christian gentleman FROM present Indications the crowd Wednesday will equal that of the day that Bryan spoke hero YOJJ are most cordially invited to come and have a good time Of course both host and soIlets see nothing happens that will cause us to remember the day oth erwise than pleasantly Leave your troubles at home bring along the old woman and the children and help us make the occasion the biggest In Stan fords history THE elocutionary contest for young ladles to be held at Lancaster July 12 by Sautley Hughes will have three of the contestants who appeared here Misses Mary L Deyerreax Sadie J Baughman and Polly Traylor The others are Misses Llllle B Leavell Florence Burnslde and Alice Bender son of Garrard Julia Gentry of Dan ville and Margie Rue of Harrods burg The music will be a special tea ture Tho prize Is 8100 diamond ring L R Hughes will be usher for Miss TraylorBANICSThe Lincoln County Na tional Bank earned nearly 10 per cent gross during the last six months out of which it paid dividend of 3 per cent after paying expenses and taxescbarg ing off 8120450 for bad debts carrying 8450 to surplus and reducing premiums 831564 The First National earned 8300030 declared a dividend of 3 per cent paid expenses of 8213307 charged 82250 oil for bad debts and carried 846076 to the surplus fund The National Bank of Hustonville with 850000 capital earned 451UOS during the last slxmontbsouiowblch it declared n dividend of 5 per cent paid expenses and taxes of 8162785 and had 8182720 for undivided profits All the statements are extra good and appear In full in this issues The Commercial Bank of Liberty which sends us its statement to print on a capital of 820000 earned over 12 percent 8253370 out of which It paid a dividend of 4 cent after paying 835073 for expenses 817327 taxes reducing banking house and lot 839100 do furniture and fixtures and carrying 810337 to surplus The officers of tbo bank are F P Combest president Geo E Stone vice president G A Prewitt cashier and A P Young assistant a d 1IIt1r Jo1 B kinst Pcwt er Absolutely Pure 1 Makes hot breakfastbreads wholesomeno yeast germs no alum Makes cake biscuit and pastry of superior fineness flavor and deli cacy Makes food that will keep moist and sweet Is most economical because it is the purest and greatest in leavening strength In the easy expeditious preparation of the finer cakes and pastries Royal is indispensable Y I t madafromthey cost but a few cents per pound Not only will they spoil the cake but alum Is a curio sive acid which taken In food means Injury to health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK MAGIC SAFETY coal oil Somthinc now try It Geo H Farris Co FAIIMEHS are quested call in and see our Old Hickory and Brown wag one Best made W A Carson Miss SACRAY will toLancaster next Friday and Saturday July 6 and 7 Go and have that picture made TUB bloomer girls met defeat 8 to 0 at the bands of a Louisville club In that city Sunday over 5000 people saw the game LEO BROKEN Dink Farmer had his leg broken at the knee the other day while trying to hold a team of horses that bad become frightened BALL Stanford Huston ville ball teams will lock borns at the public school grounds at 330 tomorrow afternoon Admission 10cIIROINIARooett1Xoalee editor of the Corbln News and later an L N conductor was arrested at Big Stone Gap by Deputy Sheriff Har rod on a requisition charging him with complicity In the assassination of Gov Goebel Noaks Is a married man 32 years and It Is said had charge of the train which carried the 1300 armed mountaineers into Frankfort during the excitement over the governorship Shortly after the assassination when there were rumors that he would be arrested Noaks wrote to us from Norton Va denying all connection with the crime and saying he was ready for the most searching Investigation LATER As we go to press we have n letter from Capt Noaks under date of July saying be was at Bristol Va Fenn and would resist to the bitter end the attempt to return home to Kentucky having employed the best counsel to argue the point with Goy Tyler He claims that he is innocent and that he is the victim of political persecution LAND AND STOCK Family horse for sale John Cook Stanford Fon SALE Good sow and pigs n B Mabony Wheat was off In Chicago yesterday July closing at 77c Mark Hardln bought of E E Patter son a registered boar for 810 B D Holtzclaw denies that be has sold his wheat to A C Dunn Fox Lawson bought a lot of hogs of AM Pence and J Z Spoonamore al4ic FOR SALETwo highgrade cows with young calves R H Crow Shel by City L H Hudson of Louisville looked at a number of horses here Saturday but made no purchases FOR SALEA sixyearold mare mule dark brown Hii hands high C L Hensloy Klngsvllle BurnsIde Leavell of Garrard bought of Josiah Anderson two steers and three belfers at 1750 Boono Bros sold their wheat to J H Baughman Co at 60c The deal was made several weeks ago T L Carpenter of Hustonvllle has Just received a 9200 bull calf from an Ohio breeder of pure Aberdeen stock J H Baughman L Co have bought about 10000 bushels of new wheat solar They paid only GOo for the greater portion of it C T Worthington eold to W T Brown of Missouri a fouryearold saddle stallion by King Squirrel for S500 Advocate At Lexington Byrnes Sibley pur chased the first new crop of wheat pav ing 75 cents The wheat was clean and averaged 61 pounds to the bushel L Joseph has bought the herd of ex port cattle owned by J B Kennedy and L BM Bedford at 6i and C H Mengs cattle at 41 to 5Parls News A Hardln county farmer sold his crop of 1500 bushels of wheat to a Louisville firm at 80c In Ellzabethtown Tho crop In that vicinity is very large Charles Lutes reports the cattle market at Harrodsburg yesterday dull with only 200 cattle offered anu- leu than half sold at low prices Be had none on the market Lyon Hunn bought five horses in as many counties In the lust few days at an average of 9115 They also bought a pair of mules for 8230 and sold tu D C Allen some ewes Jt 3c 0 g tm Top prices obtained for beef cattle last week at the five principal Western markets were as follow Chicago 570 Kansas City 5 is Omaha 530 St Joseph 540 Sluouls 515 S M Rupley sold to L H Prewitt a bunch of extra good belters at 827 J T Stewart sold a lot of fat hogs at 4c and engaged his lambs for Junt Belly ery next year at 5c Danville News Bonta Bros have 8000 bushels c f wheat that they are holding for ill Col Cbino also has 4000 bushels that be is holding for the same price W C Carpenter bought of Steve Bailey 00 fat hogs at 4CO to be delivered Aug 1 Harrodsburg Democrat Cjr to June 15 benevolent aulmlla of Filipinos has cost the lives of 2117 American soldiers and the list of wounded was 2185 POSTED treoll3OtlngI hereby notify the public that mj land Is root to the full xtent ct the law j M FELANP Cumberlann Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Faro better than ever Fishing season In full blast Daily barks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further partic ulars J B OWENS Mon Parkers Lake Ky The GreenStore HUSTONMILLS New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent ad vances and consequently the prices are lower than other stoCKS bought since Roods went up See my new line of Hot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw Hills JAMES FRYE THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The mot centrally located and only FJESTCLASSUotelln 2 RATE One block from the principal slopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts of lio City Everything neat and clean I Have Located in Stanford on Depot Ft Near fllln for tho purpose of BelUnff SccotdvJiad 8f few Clotfyi 7g- At BARGAIN PRICES I am selling Clothing Cheaper than it was ever sold la the town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Goods Come and Get My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE IF YOU AREThro- ugh r painting your house hinging your curtains washing your windows piper log c please RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Oblige Higgins McKinney P SAlso bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with you Comfort I Is What You Want This Hot Weather Then Go To H J McRoberts For that Golf Hat latest thing out Linen Hat Straw Hat A Cool Soft Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes and Serge Coats and Vests t Replenished I si7 Is our stock of Summer Wears for Ladles I I New Wash Goods ITies Fans Belts ic Besides our stock of staple gond la very complete We have excellent assortments of SHADES AND CURTAINS I Linens Hosiery Gloves Conets Underwear Shoes and Slippers Inifact you can find ti I ALMOST ANYTHING IIn Ladles wear at m x m SEVERANCE A SONS Opposite Court House tS w iJ ua Lt9t5l t i Wo aro pleased to nnnounce that we have arranged for the sale of Hanan Sons Mens Fine Shoes Thf highest grade of Footwear manufactured These in connection with our medium priced line made by He meM fiotttnau v Co make the strongest combination known For swell dress wear the llauan 5 to 17 For constant wear buy Helmera Bettman Cos i3 to = 50OfJOHN P JONES Stanford j Look Out For Next Weeks Ad Je A ALLEN a CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY lave now a complete stock of Budding Materlll Yellow Tyne Flooring Cetlia r Doors Sash funds and of Orosied and Rough Lumber Shnglesaud teat ag Lu cust oats Sc We make estimates on arty kind of work wanted Office ope DrL a Cooks a THIINTEWORJOURNAi Entered n the pottcjflce at Stanford at eocmdclau mat- terPtIblitt says tt And iirtdVj 1 PER YEAR CASH arWhenuo lopudsaOO will b CblledI KNOXVILLE VISIOI24 TraIn going NonbMMM11 M I WI 21II IIMMM U I South MMl2 k wI 13MMM1l62 P FortlluIotnts- KENTUCKY j CENTRAL DIVISION 0 IIIIos Amhfl tStanIordat 1OS No H LetTM SunforJ at 110 WoJl Aniesa liowlaudat 1200 nAY No22 LMTM Sltnfonl t 230 r QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South fan Junction City Ko oes not hop No 3 ll0r X No5 1121 AM No t SOS r t Going South No 2 donntttop No 34SA No C 13VMo1O6 u FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tr lni leaTe Frankfort 1650 AM S40P udl r Kccnnectlngt irorgetown with theU- s t C rrfiurnlnz Iae tttri It uO v anti 540- p it reaching Frankfurt after connecting with AC transatI2OA K7IOP si and 91 r Tba Utter trainlearn for llenrertown it 151 11I J U NEWTINU P A I +SOUTHERN RfllLWftY IN KE vct- Con1 StbKlal la tfftct Nsj 10 llOO IATlOUND NoL Nt TN L Louisville 74m 400pm 4ptn- Ar Shelbyrllle 810am iSSpm WbctD Ar Larencbg 060am 655pm 5pra Ar VersalUcm tI16am rvtipm iao pm Ar Lextngtoi ia5 m 715pm Iprn wtsmouHD No 4No No 1 Lexington 3 mi 4Jipm Mlara- 7S6amjAr Versailles 601pm 5SJam- 2uamAr Lartnoebe isapm 56liim 63OamrzAmo1ND WLSTDOVML- o 13No Ii 8TAI I2otfp3 74fs Lou 740pmiU40am TdmicbrvArJ BSOpmi 8OHra 7Ibpm Is 44Op 7kim3Op I Burnn ITI 4S8pmi Kvn BASTBOUIflX WKSTBOUHU 4o1toe4 TA 1tOII 411op117uLy Loulrrll Arlia40am 740m LI v Stnlbrll Ar lL- prI47p6SLY Venllea Art TSOatnJ 5Kpm MM way 140pm 74OpmJIIIM Oftorflo LT XlOpm tA1TPOV WTOt1- Dt LI tNo iltNo tLoiiistt AJla4Otm Tpm ss palLT YmllM 7 sm HOIrm 1LOs JafAr1tJtU Al Pam lOftpn Mupca AT Klehmaxl LTI ILm 110pm- lSbpaal AT Irrtn LTl IUpn rrATioiw Na IOJLv LcvUa 74Ia 74 Ar LrxMI Ar KaarrUU- AT 7Vp 7 AKiMTtU IOsm LlOpm AT S Tn Ji r Jckofls sm- L Oaitns P1SiAT AMant 1az5pnIILorm ArMaooo I54zn AzJckocYme L3CslOp- L ttnoo Ip tamAr lilnalncbao iao6pm 1t41m- Mertdlw tsu m BJOpa Ar New Orlen PjOm I No L throath sloping car LoularlUe to Blr Blnicbam rla Lexlcctoo and Chottanoooix- Na S tee otxcrralloo chtrcaz LouliTlU to Lexlngtoa No ft tree otenraAtoa chair w Leilnglon M LoolrrlUe No aleeplaco IUrmtntb uro LouUrUle ia Lexloctoa All Iralna between boalirille Lfxlnfton and Burrin dstly- fletween Verall ea aDd Georgetown Not II f and ISdaUy NIX fI7Dd tIIdaUexcepi Sunday Betweerr Vemalllea Nlcnolasvtllo Kloh tnond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday OthertrInidat- IFSOAicioNIVPkGL J M CCLPT Wsuhlnrion D C Washington DO WATCBKOP WMHTATLOIAO Waahtofitoa D C Loulavllle I lCi Half Rates to CincinnatiI July 101112 llound trip tickets will lot on ul tbChattanooga ami tbe Queen Crmwnc Rout from all point Svuth to Cincinnati 4LOll return one lire for the round trIp or d ite natue- dTberducedrattiare on account of in null conientlun H BYPUAmerica The return limit are libera Write tor further particular lie sur- four ticket reads over the Juetn Cre j cent Iloute ItlilW mIle ibqrter than any other t line from Chattanooga AUDI and tbISouth Its icbetlule are tie Iuid n t IreJuryhereC HInearwn n V Clorinnatl L Mitchell D P A be elad lond you treprtnettioauervr jtbtrliforniatlon a If 1J b tBETWEEN t LOUISVILLE and CUICA60 BESTL- INETOCalifornia AND THE VAST NORTHWEST e Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E it IIACON D r A NiW Cor tmlMnrUt Sl Loulirllle ti naaa iii nM ijr SOUNDED BURGLAR ALARM TN qr Tri k Tkmt aa 1led- v Iwo hdlT Frlbfe ChIowo oie When n burglar alarm rings rat hi the middle ot the night It Is upt to be more harrowing tbon a burglar himself aaya a Ctilcngu exchange The other morning In the wee ama hours between dark and daylight a household of two women xvns nronned by the sudden piercing jangle of the burglar alarm They clutched Nch other with smothered shrieks of ter ror and lay waiting the onslaught of the man of blood antI iron The time seemed IntermlnnbVe and every onnd seemed fraught with dl rect Import of dread The utair creaked the bed sighed in fright the chairs and tables all seemed to be holding a whispered consultation ni how best to confound the enemy and the curtains swathed themselves into ghostly visitors with every breath of air that flew in through the open windowAt suspense became unbearable and carefully arising the two shivering women tiptoed quietly out of the room nnd down the darkened hallway to the stairs and after an Instant or two of breathless indecision they walked down to the lower floor and still no sight of an intruding vil lain shocked them kilo unconscious nens Alter that their oonrage rV turned to their trembling finger tips and they mnrchd boldly into the din ingroom only to discover that the wind had lowered an unfastened win dow and the reason of the alarm was apparentNow are wondering if they wouldnt rather have a burglar than a burglar alarm THE FIRE ENGINE DRIVER Grcnteit and Ixiit Mr Xbblfton Think of the Line of Irolo nelnmnrn No doubt the time will CQme said Mr Nobbl ton according to the New York Sun when fire apparatus of all sorts iTs well as other vehicle will be powerpropelled lztsted of drown by horses So we want to look now while we may If we want to w the slickest thing in driving that thevrorld has afforded lore such driving1 goea quits out of fashion The chariot raee nwm wru nil rigbt he could drive mire nnd so conW the man that put a fonrhor tMim with a imraylng Oooeord co eh behind It along a narrow rued on abelfan the face of n mountain but I do sappo tkU Ut of the line U the gret4t th nan who sit trmppA in hieet and hoW the roolIA orr a tem of three horcen drtren aIreat hatiling a firvtoa engine on the deed nap through crrrwded dty atrwrt The chariot man wa goodand ao was the man that drore lift9S fn the roonn taiiui but this man that sits rtrmpped in his eat to go oi tr wtth the engine if it goto and yet kw the btg teen bum AI the time why wiyi hn the boar of einell Let tie look at htm now ixQr ye may and cheri lj MF memory FROG AND SNAKE FARM BUSY wa Idtan JlaA D a IIortrr BnAln M IM R P vultttm IJvc Hl rk 14 Al Spbunfa turtle frog fWd unakt farm in Starke county bid is fur nlahing emplbyment for a considerable number of persona in tliat vicinity On his land are several creelts and ponds in which tnrtles are eountl c The frog hams find ready saJe at gtKxl prices in the city markets east and west while makes nnd common turtles go to educational institutions for die section says a Chicago exchange The prices of frogn run Jroth me to twenty cent a dozen depending upon the itize Employe are expert in pre paring the frogs for market They are clipped in two with shears and tW hams quickly stripped As the catch era bring In the frogs and turtles they are placed in large ve tls contarntng water until they are ready for dresinp The frogs reach their maturity In from two or Iou years and thermal ones are thrown back bv the catchert Spbung has n good trade in snakes with mus uniF ride rfiowt and paria and the demand for his turtle rom hotels and restaurants Is hAy there being nd limit generally lie Is In the enjoyment of a good Income from the lImn antI It1sgro1ngesehyear- AdverIetn the Town nm IIU Card A restaurant keeper in the Jelko and Coal Creek country of Kentucky hu the following butdnews card says an exchange Twentyflve cezu an IiMU cents a Sleep The Edwards house P M EdivardK Proprietor Coal Creek Tenn Directly opposite R K depot Not the largest hotl ra the herr Not newly furnished throughout No free huB to tralif Xot the best grub the market affords Bntetoipry clean beds and something good to eat Tooth picks and ice water tlrown in Try us Pay up And if not satisfied keep mum Our city is composed mostly of hogs diggers merchant and law yers named in the order of their im portance Good crosstie walks on all the principal thoroughfares flood Cirlo Work of Women The Town Improvement association of Montclalr N J Is composed entirely of women Its annual reports showed the associations work lust year was very suctwssf ul Htt3 crime in town many needed pubMc improve ments made Dud a balance in the asso ciations trentury Cheat Coal In China Coal is worked no easily iu China that in Shinsi It cells at n cents pIt- on at the mines Macklnao excursion tickets are now on sale by tbe Monon Route from Lou Uvllle to Macklnac Mich and return tfolotr via Chicago and Marquette the bay fever cure and returning direct routes with liberal limits and stopover privilege at rate of J2I from Louis vllle Addrees E H Bacon D P A LonUvllle William Gobber wboe mind Inil wrecked bv the excitloir tcenea at fttckfot was adjudged klunntio lit1 111M UtitiJli JP c CHURCHES iu3 PREACHERS Rev Dr Cum ip will preach At the Wllmort His Camp Meeting July 24Auj 2 weighlagof Columbia Jail lor murdering a llttlo clrl with whom he was Infatuated The ropo nearly severed his heats from his body ColiSunday July 8 Bishop H C Morrl Sjin the exercises r IelbodIwo- men preachers la not universally corn mendedamong Methodists The Rev Dr J W Lewis sassSIt U radical revolutionary and heavily discounts the Blblo A N- QUEENCRESCENT ROUTEm icvEilReduced rates via Queen Crescent Route for the followlDccccaHoni National democratic convention Low rates from all points South via Queen Crescent Route und COD Clinl lines via Cincinnati or via Louisvilie to Kan sac City Tickets on sale July lilt and 2nd good returning July tllh One fare round trip Frte ncllnlnir chairs Ob icrvatlon and cafe ears Through Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati and Loul vllle BY P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1215 One fare for tbe round trip to Atlan ta Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju ly 1620 1000 Annual convention Y P OTUI Universally church July 11 18 1000 See your ticket agent for par liculars Last fall I sprained my left hip while doctorIstrain and would oon lit well but it grew worse and the doctor then said I hail worscII went to a drug store and the druggiil ClillmbrlinsI60 cent bottle cured me entirely I now lecommeud it to all my fritndsF A byCraigjTbe report of the Kentucky Agricul tural Experiment Station of the State College under provisions of tbe pure food 6tatule pasted two year ago fchowg fully 41 per cent ol all samples of food taken have een found adulterated Some of tbe adulterants used are In jurlous to health otbert have been put In to cheapen article of food Of 247 samples of butter analyzed 20 were found to be oleomargarine and 35 out of 160 of mill samples were found to be adulterated Sr btIrolle lIu i fIij qnIV tool Calculi tht nasal It fubr all Ca Urrh Cure F J CIIENY A Co TflJt lo I CIeyIbyIWALJJINn XIIYAN 0 31811C Wbu1esie IIru guts loleJo Ililli Catarrh Cure is taken iattroaUjr ante directly upon the blood toil uiuKHiiMirfamof mtew Teitlmontal sent fr Irlte 7Se per tot tie old bjr all Drarolit Hall Famllr Pills ant the last- S a a The great battleship Oregon struck Pinnacle roc IeuII tbe Chinese coast and stove great holes in her bull Tbo crew was saved but It Is feared that the vessel wblcb COot nearly seven millions will be los- tOLDMOCK WHISKY George Wvatherford has a contract fur FULL COMHOL SALE of Old Mock Vhl by In Huttonvllle Ky H C MOCK Danville Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules eonttantly on hand ana for title at all times W Logan Wood Manager FRITH HOTEL F nuurciSCO Prcpreter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY lint Hotel In the mountains rate roniMerid Iorten meet all tralD tii clal attention Iv trttcling men vi W S BEAZLEY D DS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without PaiD allenlliiOffice In the New TbctLpion Dulldlng 7I Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Iro- iIau caster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beda splendid table Everything firstclaea Porter meet all trains 89 NOTICE I The Stanford Iroduro Co baa laid off for three mouths on account of the maket being to dull They will nut buy Iron rap poultry or produce of any kind One of the proprietors of the Stanford Produce Co hat just returned from Haiti more whero be bought two Cart of Granite and Chinaware which they will veil at wholesale apt fome retail- BTANFORIJ LftO1WIE CO J flnlct find J nirlroff i it it t PROUD OF HER HAIR Miss IRME ACKERMAW the wellknown dramatic reader writes us tho following letter from lice residence 20 W 13th Street New York City This talented anti Teraatile young lady bas nwJfl an enriaulo name for herself on the stage by tier excellent work in IUn 4 ot SoulS ol the loading atnni l1twhllS being noted In WERSTZ Asrialists Vfirf literary and art circles as an adept with the pen anil pencil She la Jnitly proud of her magnificent head of hair which is toailTantago in tho lhotograpbISomo time ago my hair was brushed I noticed more and more the increase of hair loft on the comb My became dry and my hair grow thin eo rapidly that 1 had to cliongo the stylo of wearing It I tItan tried various hair tonics the effect of which was to make my scalp exceedingly trailer anti the hair stilt null brittle when dry I re to try CCTICUIU SOAF The comfort I experienced before I had given it a long trial was so great that determined to continue It care to have the room warm I would shampoo my head with a strouig lather of CUTICCKA SoAr letting it remain fortomotluiu I would then wash it off with warns water anti dry thoroughly After a short tlmo my hair cvtMil coming out growing soft anti silky to tho touch CUIICCUA Sotr Is msrvelloui anil I would not to without It for tny toilet table It SAVE TOUR HAIR with rtiampoo of Crnonu SOAIandlightitreatzgs of Cuncuiu purest of emollient skin cure This treatment at once mttia falling hair remote crusts scales anti danlrurt SOOthes lrrttite1 furfarr Umuhto the hair telltales supplies the route with energy ami nourishment and make the hair grow upon a wed wool torov healthy scalp when all else falls MILLIONS OF WOMEN Va Crrtcciu SOAP iclnilvely for IHn1I1I parifjlng sri beautifying the skin for elnnflnc the scAlp of cruet cale and dandruff and the rtepplng ol falling hair for ioftnlnz whlttnlDir and Mrathlnic red rough and sore beads the form of bath for tnnojrlBK Irritation and cb0a or too free or offrailu twrutrattuo In the of acubes for ulctratlve winknuwi and for m nj RIM cn aatlMptlo pnrrx which readily urge t thrnwlve to wnnen anil pectali3- SIaIIr mother and for all the purpose of lie toilet Lath sod aursery- Bold throughout the worlt liticC tSo lurrft IRJ LaD CUEX CoIU 8olo CUTICCIU lUiiK iti All about the Skin Bwlp od llalr tree IcTbew8 no need every to go to the U FAIRthing and no pftJ- M11I Pond EXPOAugust t4 to fear ipoo =13 14 15 ISI900 T iY Taking 30000URSE v Live Stock Pacing Mule Races FreeTHE BOYS MILITARY BAND 35 Fine Lads from Hungary in Dolly Concerts 35 TIlE FAM- ILY6MEMBEKSC Supreme shown accompanying solved 16li direct cdebrated vrtll give PERFORMANCES each In front of tho grand stand 30000 Trotting Running ttraotiocsHUNGARIAN ITbooo THE DILLWORT1I FAM- HTu83IEMBEIJS8 Unrivaled Acrobats Txie CADtAN VJLWIIIIInrlnd the most pnrgpon extensive and attractlr array of ntnuw meat f Hturc the best and highest priced arUsta and the grandest aggre catloa of Oriental and modern nororty features ever Cngrela ted under one mauar oinl TO AT AFFORD TO MISS IT E W SHANKLJN Secretary Lexington Ky C7Ccurtioa rates on aUr tlroidf See pasUrs and small hand Mite 1toJ Route forms dose The trunk- linePcnniylvunkti Lines H r D C O and Erie railways to all summer resorts of i Special Low Ar row in effect daily Queen Crescent via Cincinnati to- I Chautauqua Islands Put InBay I Mouaihi SerFour I A New I You can buy a ticket to will take Iyou to Chicago thence by the reo I turainp via D C steamer D Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A The famous resorts of The sea Igbn at Rock Castle Springs and R hen Springs Tenn promises knovn Queen Crttccnt train are pilie ri dally from all wattuTn rliles tarmr onlI Rome suit AtraJi on tn y trains Ffc dmll train Fut tclie lul i juriHt tra i No smoke end fr free lofxrnation nj it to O L tch1i I I A Tattati xa TMa W J MURPHY General Manager Agent 16 tram 4 tjaina en Sw4ayTo INDIANAPOLIS scalp Itching IIoI dRY FastTrains TO Toledo DetroitAND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS iMVTO 4 Mm every wttkdiy 3 train on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Slecpera on night trains Vetllbuled Iarlor Cart on day train = 4 trains every 3 trains on SundyTo CHICAGO J Veititmled train Standard and Compa Sleeping Cars Parlor Cars and Cat Dining CarIjI 4oo77ree f9Ht0- EST IS TNt CHr4ftc7 Jr ff72 4TJHr Mj1ItLsLl1 1ArT ilia Wil Aj r FOE eErrrOood property In tho town of Crab Orchard W IANDGKAI Krlger Iy HOTEL FOR SHL6 tailing Hotel In fiouirnrt with goo1 lulnfMwill sill or trade fur good itock farm prlncl illjr Adre TKkU ll JolRXAL JOSrrED myfarmVM LAMXillAP Krl r Ky myfaimKREII NiKiLLA Otlenbtliu Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfiLERS Millcdgcville Ky we have Mjowt IDI Ijiialx Lamb will do to chip now We want towll LITKS CU BICYCLES REPAIRED Centrallientuckydc Vorkm n il Cluarnntit DANVILLE CYCLE CO 111I3r1 St Dmiville Ky MPORTANT NOTICE I uii9yyeaIn bj ttanInl Wllor llsht t itc this waion It wlogprkr For pounds and oer 40 vetpeetalthe of Cu II vi3 at lowest price Also IIloctjaIDI Ae 7 Irma gee ash snil Ml wmt paid when I nled All thbnstdm vrvwptlr BUM ail uuSaversIhone4l IflUdlSSASIMS J T BUTTON Undertaker Huatonville Kontucky Oaenhtenlce the people otWett LRcol and elM counties Full stock ol Colnianii Ca k Ualwatton hand D d Carpenter Mnarr MIntoshs Livery lFeed Stable McKIIIEYIIPft 1IiB vrsceC5etedrireuIf you want to work Latey anti adjoining counties JloKliiney la the place to drive from horses well cared for oj feed iuy week or mouth A share of your jm ronaRe tollcltetl WHITE HOTEL w ii CAitinrii 1itou CORBINf KENTUCKY Clwewtuea c IVfm Ilnidait IktMjfeMt Kite tl vet hf H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KV Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call raper Hanging And Painting See Ins bsfre you let ymir painting wall cave yiu Mfteey 111 trnkll paper afldJIt fiR the Call rrotll itS up in tvIII tell JUU 11 r ci cheep at ye ecu but It 10 IWIt and hang It at te xtr tit will do paInting In priosUo All work guaranteed J J IlELIEN- itaNford I- cyraintingRepairing I am prepared to paint and repair year bu ItIrrloe or agou Inflrtt Mtvttylo Experienced ness to do It end work guaran Iud You ran have your old vtUlefe made new fur rrry little money J II GltBHU Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE p Miinufaitureil ty J W Adamt t Co Ialnt Llik lv l a guirnnteeil sure rare for horses and mitt HRIirted with Vutula tailrrll Swinney tcrBlctt Saddle Itolln Ilaril and loft EnlnrgrniFnU ov lire lUtemper Ac Fur tale br W MiItub ItumjitirevIIbertyCiilUwell RTnetliurp Dunn lime llrv anttriile Ky P U Cotnptoa illlled Tllle Oeo II Icier Mldillebnrj Lab 1 Me Clure Turnertrlile Kr BEAZLEY HAYS- UNDILTERS aOEAtLtci5 Furniture rrinUiiijiSRujs And Wall Paper They will Excliangc Futniltito for all klndtuf isitcK jive them a call Iricvtt rIght STANFORD KENTUCKY JGMcGLA Y UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealeur I- 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