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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sMtTL1tl R iJOURNAL i J I VOL X Ir I t 8TAirFORDKYTUESDAYjJNE 4 i9019 A ij No 29yLAND STOCK CROFS ETC LL Doty refute Sligter hW jjraj arceMjoare Friday rI14rner lirovB bought of j Owens abtowa galMp r or lli hlprtclIardlp ititllE1 Wrt s Burton e q fButyettroia geliicfc for lO Bcatrlr1Z ldresreo1 us 1lfI iiI bt 1 Lexington fete New YefKUfagt for 1 em FlylBjf Dutchman which geld ii a two year ohi fOr 116000 died at Parle otcfttarrhal fever Qeorco Tr Wood bought of JH Otter 3u two year old cattle averaging 710 pounde at 4 00 F Held told tail week a fouryear old harnc guldta for 1500 and refus ed tUOO for anothur fun SALE Two Polled Angus bulls ready for service Good ones J W HauKbmun Stanford 11e aro In thu lamb market and will pay tho highest price See ui before S you tell Lutes fc Co Ot W II Murphy bought of Frank North 25 sheep and J7 Iambi at 1125 with the Iambi thrown In R A Dodd purchased 2000 bushels of when of Sam Uarkley tbli week at 72c Nlcbolatvlllo Journal W S Dryo 4 Co of Huitonvlllo told a ilx year old combined mare to Kflitbo Covlngton for t35 Young Sander fc Co sold to Simon Wlebl of Lexington 350 1100 pound leers at He Lebanon Enterprise Haeonllroiof Part Bold to W F Freeman of Lexington a threeyear s old filly by Scarlet Wllkci for 11600 O 1 Huffman bought of Dale d Iloblnton six 133Upound cattle at Ic i of J U Swope a bunch of sheep at 3c and of W A Tribble a lot of hogs a- tc Lutes Co bought of James II Car ter ii hclfcn at So and of various par ties several bead of cow and halters for July delivery at 3 to 3Jc They also bought of Mr Carter 20 hot at Uc- wolgbtI N 100 pencils- A Clay county man bill a cow that hat bad five calves In two year In the eprlnr of IMW the dropped twine In the dropped triplets and row for the second time In two years ibe bat two tiDe heifer calves Frank YunMctcr has told to W C Whitney the great racer III Eml nonce for OOOO UU Eminence won the LouUvlllo Derby and Clark Stakes and it entered In the American Derby which ho baa a good chance to win Eight hundred slop fed cattle ag gregating 1000000 pound changed hand at Lexington for 50000 Tho cattle were the property ot Masers tarry L Letter of Nashville and were purchased by Armour Co of Chica go G B Poulter has 137 owe and 1S2 lamb and In this bunch of ewes there are 63 which have two lambs eaib making 100 lamb to the 53 ewe and leaving only eight owes of tbo 137 without latnb IlnrnxUburg Demo- Crat C U Crelghlon of Omaba Nab- has i rcba ed at Irowitt Brother the tour year old trotting mare Agnes Lo May by Ashland Wilke dam Nellie Riley for 11000 She has a record of and trotted a trlul mile over the tlocai track last year In 212 e Further Investigation Into the condl 4 tlon of the wheat In Haraln county dl closes tho fact that tbero will not be more than enough raised In tbo county to pay for the iced the fortlllzar and furnish bread The crop last year was conservatively estimated at 1500000 bushels This year It cau not exceed 200IXH and some do not put It as high as that Tho falling oil represents a loss to the farmers ot 260000 at last years v ilce News HOW IT IS HONE The first object In life with the American people U to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained honesty und saying the second good health by using Greens August Flower Should you Le a despondent sufferer from any of time of feels of Liver Complaint Ap Indigestion etc such as Sick headache Palpitation of the Heart fcour Stomach Habitual Dizziness of the Head Nervous Prostration Low 1Splritsetc you need not suffer another day os of the wellknown August Flower will relieve at once Cio to Irnnya Drug Store Stanford Ky and got n sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac Jasper Texas was wiped out by a tire started by burglars who sought by this means to hide their crlmo They had robbed tho safes of the post ollleo- and county treasurer Seventeen houses Including every business house were destroyed Elder Dnwle chief of the Zlonltes has been arrested charged with complicity In the death ot a woman And what will Brother Barnes his latest and best convertdo nowGlasgow Times A lame shoulder la usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber f Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Jt Hocker Druggist she MISS SACAII WOOD LYNN Of Stanford who wtil represent Mil Icrsburg Female College nt tbo HeaT Icy i Co contest at Walton Opera House June 21 graduated with high honors at that Institution last week Sbo Is an exceedingly handsome lady Is well up In the art of elocution und If she doesnt win the prize many admlr ors here and elsewhere will be dUap pointed LANCASTER Mitt Sallie ElkIn le with friends In Sbelbyvllle lad J Paul Miller ls at humus from Kentucky University for va cationLarge crowds urn attending tho re vival meeting at the Christian church and Elder Moore U delivering able sermon Prof Wilson of Indianapo Its has charge of the large choir and the music Is quite a feature In the ser vice Our excellent democratic ticket le still matter of the situation and tbo republicans hive not yet named the lamb to be slaughtered In November If they make nominations now It will only bo for the sake organization and Upkeep the party before tbo pee pie Everybody In this section Is for W P Walton for railroad commissioner and It li universally admitted that beI has all the qualification to the office acceptably on account of hie cour age honesty and thorough acquaint anco with the duties of that and other public of Ices The Central University base ball team the champions of tbo State came down here Saturday and were defeated by our team the score being 3 to 2 Wo more than doubled any school In the tournamen In winning prizes and now we have one of the best ball team In the State George D Lusk aged 23 died at Hon J W Millers at C30 yesterday afternoon and will be burled this after noon alter services at 4 oclock at tho Presbyterian church by Rev Lapilcy McKee He married a daughter of Mr Miller who survives Mr Lutk was a floe young man and very popu larOur commercial club will make am plo arrangements tor entertaining tbo business men and merchants of Louis yule when they stop hero on Juno ID on their trip through tbo Bluegrass They will likely be received at the op era house and music addresses of welcome and probably refreshments will be In order Tho program will bu given out In due time by the committee on entertainment It Is suggested by a good citizen that wo aro living too fast Ho sayb that we enjoyed better health when wo wont to see a man than wo do now when we ring him up and talk to him that the cheerful blazeIn tbo grate with its ventilation Is much moro pleasing and healthful than furnaco beat and that electric lights are so bright that they aro ruining our eyes Still he thinks thus they are very nice and ho would not be without them for any amount of decision of tho court of appeals In reference to the suit tiled hero some time ago by our school superintendent Miss Eliza Lusk to recover 10000 damages against Glnn I Co of Bos ton for violation of contract by soiling Montgomerys History of Kentucky at 05 cents In Indiana and 91 In Kentucky Uu complete victory for her and her attorneys Messrs W I Williams and L L Walker By tho decision they aro permitted to recover the full amount if they provo that tho same bOok was sold In Indiana for a tear sum than In Kentucky and the money will go to tbo common schools of Gar rard county They claim that they can furnish all the proof necessary to Jet judgment for the amount Senator G T who U always working for the Interest of his constituents procur ed one of the books that was sold In Indiana at 05 cunts and advised Miss Eliza Lusk to file suit Prof J II Patterson Who Is a great friend to the cause of education filed complaints as required by law This sum of money supplementthe public all concerned In the prosecution of the suit MATR1MONJAL iyJ t N Grow end Miss Jlfli rotor ootKI sloped f roiri Bergl Jo J e ffer daylita and wcretnarrMt Miss Mabel roster od June 12 will marry W El Clark Jrson of the Montana Senator who hue settled 1f 000000 on her at a bridal gift Justice piewer ot the Lnlted States Nuproove court will be married this week to Mlts Molt of Burlington Vt The justice Is 05 years old and his fiance G- OJames B Dotter a Richmond liveryman and Miss Susie Loog daughter of Magistrate Long were married last week The bride sllppcd out of her home at night WJ Stark of Bullttt county and Miss Lelia Kaeter of GetbscmtineNel eon county wero married at Junction City Miss Kaster had been attending NIcholasvlllo Institute and young Stark came up from Nelson county to attend the commencement exercises at the elope of which they concluded to elope and boarded the Southbound Q l C for Junction City When we copied the Courier Journal dispatch saying that Miss Nancy W GIvctiB bad been married In JelTerson vllle to Mr W B Powell wo did not know the young lady was the daughter of our countyman Mr George Miller Given The Advocate says of the marriage The bride Is a very handsome lady The young couple bad been sweethearts for several months having first met In Lebanon while visiting In that city They will reside temporari ly with the grooms parents on lIar rodsburg Avenue The groom Is a member of the harness firm of J B Powell it Sons and Is a good business man Mr O C Sbarpe and Miss Maggie Brown of Casey were married at the JIWthem during the ceremony Mr Sharpe Is a prosperous farmer and an exceedingly clever young man His bride Is tbo handsome daughter of Marshall Brown and she Is both popular and ac compllsbed Mr Sharpe and his in tended and Mr Whlpp and Miss Hans ford arrived hero Sunday evening when they told an I J reporter that they wero hero to consult a dentist They came up yesterday and admitted they bad storied a little CHURCH MATTERS A 810000 Methodist church at Bow ling Green was dedicated Sunday by Bishop Fitzgerald Rev S M Logan preached the bac calaureate sermon of the Mlddlcsboro High School Sunday The Chicago grand jury refused to Indict Divine Healer Dawlo for tbo death of one of his patients The new 0000 Christian church at Springfield will be Dedicated next Sunday by Rev F M Ruins of Cincinnati The South District Association of Colored Baptists will meet hero Thursday of next week Ministers and dea cons will meet Tuesday und Wednes day previous Rev Walter Lackey tells Ut HIS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBER LAINS COLIC OHOLEKA AND DIAHUHOEA UEMEDY I am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at onetime saved my life says A E lafelatte of Uregory Landing Clark county Mis souri I was In such bad shape that the doctors mid I could not live When vas at the lowest ebb one of my neigh bore brought in a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and took it and got Instant relief I soot got up and around That was nine years ago and I nm still in good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house BOll always will be It Is the brat on carthr for sale by Craig Jc locker Druggists Tbo Owcnton Herald facetiously says It turns out that tho proposed junketing trip ot the Kentucky Press Association will coat each person about f30 The first of August the date selected Is a mighty busy title for a good many editors For our part we havent BUlllclently regained our strength to undertake tbo trip At Madlsonvllle Doputy Sheriff Lin die and his posscmcn Johnson and McIntosh were found guilty ot man slaughter and given sentences of two years Imprisonment for killing marching minors Possctnan Penrod was dis missed What most people want is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig locker Druggists Mcrldlth Stanley jumped blindfolded from tho Cincinnati suspension bridge into the Ohio river successfully a dis tance of 50 feet to decide a smallwag er DAVID W VANDEVEER- A long life ended at 5 oclock Sunday afternoon when Mr D W Vandovcer breathed his last after a protracted illness of Intestinal trouble Born In Ca sey county July 12 1820 ho would soon have been 82 years of age Ho served his native county as sheriff for two years and afterwards refused a nomi nation by tbo wblgs who bad a majors ty In the county for tbo Legislature In IS55 ho removed to Stanford where until about a year ago he followed the business of merchandising A man of tine executive ability be did much for Stanford during his several terms as mayor and was proud of the fact that under his administration the water works and electric plant were contracted for and put In operation In 1899 he was nominated for commissioner of agriculture on the Brown ticket but was too old to take a very active part in the campaign Mr Vandoveerg first wife was Miss Salllo Coffey by which union there was ono child but It and its mother died when the child was very young In 1857 Mr Vandeveer married MIsS Martha Lunsford of Stanford and to them five children were born Mrs W E Varnon Mrs Mattie Kirby and Miss Nannle Van Deveer surviving together with the widow to mourn the loss of an indul gent and loving father and husband A member of the Christian church for 50 years he was an older in the church here for most of the time and took great interest In Its affairs A Mason since he was 23 bo arose to the high degree of Knight Templar and next to the church ho loved tho order of which for a long time he was ono of the brightest lights Somewhat eccentric and decidedly irascible he was possess ed of a kind heart and was greatly loved by his friends who will sorrow to know that be Is no more Today at 10 oclock the remains will bo fol lowed to tbo grave in Buffalo Ceme tery where Elder Joseph Ballou will hold a short service and there deposit ed till the mortal shall put on Immor tallty Ryan Comtnandry No 17 of Dan vllle will attend the funeral in a body and tako part in the services Humphrey Casey County Have just returned from Walnut Hill church three miles below Liberty whero decoration services wero held over the soldiers Thursday Ow log to farmers being somewhat behind with their work not many were ex pected to bo In attendance but to our agreeable surprise a largo and intelligent number of all ages sexes and conditions were on hand and we all had a good time Some very few criticised the occasion on account of the absence of band music but It must be remembered that tbo few silver haired veter ans who survive are compelled to use economy But wo bad good music anyway The Walnut Hill and Salem church Sunday school choirs did some fine singing when called upon Thorn was also good drum and fife mu sic furnished by two dark complexioned sons of African descent which was moro Interesting to little boys and girls than band music as many bad never heard a fife beforotDecoration services wero conducted by Commander Joab RIgnoy of James Humphrey Post and Senior Vice Com mander James Patten of Dunnvlllc Post both of whom In addresses ex plalned the object and Intention of dec oration day In elegant language and read tbo impressive ceremonies After partaking of a good picnic dIn- ner Mr M E Tartar was called to the rostrum under the cool shady trees near the church and dellveed an elo quent address of about 20 minutes on the gallantry ot tho American soldiers and their many noblo and bravo deeds or flood Home and field Mr James Evans of the Dunnvlllo section then followed with a good speech EIdI J Q Montgomery now appeared onI tho ground and was called to the stand and delivered a fine tribute to the American soldier and tbo late happy manifestations of fraternal union of the blue and the gray and his development Into ono of the grandest soldiers of the world A storm becoming threatening the crowd was dismissed E TARRANT fe ubg YiuWant a Sjtoif SMt Dt Yw Want a StrawHat De Yau Want Uifit wilfM Uh dirwtar j DoiYou Want aPatr of Gold Shots Do You Want Anything a Man i or Boy Wears mEG- LOBE IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If yourejnot satisfied mILLER HIRSCH DanviIIBI Successors to J L Frohman fir Co i Shoes Shoes Of almost every description Brogans with solid inner Bole U00 better grades for gI00and 200as solid as IRON Mens Genuine Vii Beautiful lasts and custom made f2 CO Patent Colt Skin 1300 Patent Calf American Stock 1400 Patent Calf Importedstock to Ideal Patent Kid Booths Stock 5 00 There can be no better goods gotten than these last two Items no matter wbat price you pay Terms cash H J McROBERTS BOYLE NICHOLS 0 L COYER NICHOLS l GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a lppedforOUR EEJAJEJAG DEJAEJMENJ Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stering Sc rcasouabln and satisfaction guaranteed ountyBurlnlmembers and are the associations undertakers J S Ooode is the agent for Lincoln County Phone 175 N A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered NN msIsc Buytour Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNET Stanford lr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Rep retentatiie M F NORTH For County Judge j JAS P BAILEY For Comity Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Chcrtf M S BAUGHMAN For Attetsor M G REYNOLDS For Jailer W HERRIN for School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON MR BRYAN docs not mince his word8 in criticising the supreme court decl Ion In the Insular cases He says that 1thecourt has joined hands with the president in an effort to change our form of government and declares that It will be done unless the people rise In their might and repudiate the verdlc In a long review of the decision he say in substance that by five to lour the supreme court has declared McKinley emperor of Porto Klco and the emperor gratefully and gladly accepted the title It la perhaps the most Important decision ever rendered by the court It not only declares Congress create than the constitution the creatur greater than the creator but It denle the necessity of a written constitution The position of the court is excused by reasoning which If followed destroy constitutional liberty in the Unites States The decision In effect declares the people are not the source of power defends taxation without represeataiio and denies the right of government to derive power from the consent of the governed The decision raises a great political Issue which will be settled bj the people and there yet remains anI appeal to the people With respect to our new possessions the decision Is manifestly unfair Under this opinion we are about to embark upon Great Britains colonial policy Throughout the majority opinion delivered by Jus lice Brown runs the theory that theI American Congress may do anything not forbidden in the constitution This is one of the most repugnant features of this opinion Brown seems to have searched the constitution for prohibi tion rather than for grant of power which the American people always con ceived to be the true office of that In strument As the court is to take an other whack at Insular cases in Sep tember it may reverse itself then after the people have shown through the press and on the rostrum how bitterly they oppose the attempts to utterly disregard the sacred instrument so wisely made and maintained by our forefathers THE Brownies in Warren county are tending like they arnt dead by authorizing a call for a convention oI meet in Bowling Green on the 3rd Monday in August to make nomina done for county and legislative offices This pretended evidence of life In theI corpse ought to subject It to the same fine that a supposed dead man was in West Virginia After the coroner had sat on the body and his jury had deI Bided that death was due to heart disease he arose from the dead and crea L1 ted a great commotion The mayor of the city who was present decided thatI ne was guilty of a breach of the peaceI and fined him 5 The Brownies being so few aud far between they may not be able to disturb the peace but they should be fined anyway for not having enough sense to stay dead MR JT BOSWELL editor of theI Harrodsburg Democrat for the past year retires with last weeks edition of that paper owing to demands upon his time and abilities He kept the excellent paper up to its high standard and secured a high place with the fra ternity for his gentlemanly bearing to wards them and his retirement will be regretted TILE new editor of the Franklin Favorite Mr C C Pare can not advance the Senatorial Interests of Judge Good knight by making sport of Uov Mc Creary The governor Is of the kind that can not bo laughed out of court nnd the man who attempts it usually demonstrates his lack of brains and breeding THE insular cases having been de cided at Washington they next go up to W C P Brecklnrldge the court of last resortPaducah Democrat Aa the colonel announces that the decision is a vindication of his position In the premises the case is settled and the incident closed Judge Black save he tine not applied for the vacant Judgeship In his dis trict i TILLMAX and McLaurin the Soutb Carolina Senators who sent in their resignations a low days ago ara pro v Intr to their constituency that both of them lack the dignity that it la supposed men of that august body possells At long range McLaurln calls Tillman a malicious falsifier and Tillman refers to his colleague as an internal little foo1 The quarrel they are Indulging in is not becoming to either of them and the sooner they get together and settle their differences the better To us the senior Senator seems to bo- tactloj at entirely too much Importance to his colleague who ia daily proving himself a miserable renegade and a traitor to the party that elected him Senator Tillman should ignore McL rln and rely on the democracy of his State to attend to the gentleman vho has betrayed the trust that hai been reposed In him TUB Wllllamstown Courier sees all other attempts at Illustrated 80uenlr editions and goes them several better The issue of May 30 Is 52 pages 16x 2 with beautifully Illuminated cover and each page profusely illustrated vltb the men and women who make the capital of Grant famous together wltb their children their homes public Institutions and other places of Interest all described in a most entertain way For one we bad no Idea that wn llamstown was half as much as the paper shows it Is or that it has near as man people as pictures appear In it Th entire publication evinces a splendid fund of description an almost illimitable supply of typo and an cnlcrprl that the people of Grant ought to appreciate We congratulate Editor Jno H Westover and award him both tired and the blue in souvenir editions gotten out so far THE census bureau takes it back and says It made a mistake of 1412 in the population of the United States it be Ing that much less than at first bull tined The finally revised and not to be changed figures are 70303357 a pretty stiff number of people after al1 POLITICAL J Will Wright was appointed poet master at Bowling Green Bourbon democrats nominated Albert Thompson for representative It Is sod tbat Sam J Sbackelfoi has determined to fight before the next democratic State convention forState treasurer The president and cabinet decide that the action of the Cuban convention was not In compliance with tbe erma of the Platt amendment Intimating that they acted with undue baste Gov McSweeney of Sout Carolina has rejected the resignation uf Senators Tillman and McLaurln Gov Beckham named John Henr Wilson of Barbourvlllo as special judge In the Clay clrcult court to try the case of N C Potter against Martha Bogs The regular judge could not sit In the case and the Clay bar ould not agree- Yesterday was the birthday of Jel irson Davis he having been born June 3 1803 The last Virginia Legislature made It a holiday in order to commemorate his distinguished set Ices as a patriot Christian and champion of constitutional liberty The Kentucky Journal Is to be Inaugurated at Frankfort Its capita tock is 2000 paid up and the Incor- porators are Henry B Hines John B henault A D Martin Ben Watt W Marksburg W W Longmoor and James Pelsgrove Sam J Shackelford Ed O Leigh and others are stockholders It is now stated that Senator McLau rln will resign just previous to the meeting of Congress in December and should his successor be a BryanTill man man McLaurln will oppose him It 1902 It Is conceded in Washington that McLaurin would have no show galnst Tillman who refuses to withdraw his resignationTHIS THAT Mrs McKlnleys physicians say she h slowly dying Queen Helena of Italy was accouch cd of a daughter- A new steel company with a capital of 9259000 has been organized In Ash land Ky- Columbia S 0 was selected as the place fur the next convention of the Southern Educational Association The biggest gun ever manufactured has been set up at Sandy Hook It- will throw a 2 3T3 pound projectile 21 milesTbe Cumberland Telephone and legraph Company has decided to crease its capital stock 20 per cent or to 7500000 The striking machinists of the Southern railway Ignored the notice trnlng them to return to work and nonunlon men will be given their places Mrs Mary Kerr of Taylor county bas filed suit at Greensburg against her brother Henry Christie for 85000 Images because sho eajd he refused her entrance to her fathers death amber Contracts have already been closed for the accommodation of 14820 nights Templars during the conclave to be held in Louisville in August Tbere will be fully 25000 Knights In attendance IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Collector Denton took in 21003973 In the district last month Win Scars was acquitted at Lundon of the murder of Henry Larue color cd Near MIddlesboro Hugh Jarihal mortally wounded Sam Moo and escaped Mrs Cornelia Irvine widow of Js Irvjne died at Danville Saturday aged 03 MIddlesboro furnace No 1 after be- Ing Idle a year went Into blast Sati dayThe Laurel grand jury returned liO Indictments over 100 for Illegal whisky sellingBurglars used chloroform at Wllrao and stole a number of watches anll jewelry Lancaster beat Central Unlversl three to two In a game of base ball at Lancaster Saturday Work was begun on the plant of tho London Wagon Company The facto ry will employ 25 men Frank Moberly colored living near Moberlys Station in Madison is hale and hearty at 100 years Mss Mary Phillips slater of Ir John Dunn of Bryantsvllle Is dead 01 pneumonia aged 43 She was burled at Lancaster yesterday Judge Wm Chenault of Ulchroon died at Colorado Springs where he had gone In search of health The Centre College base ball team was tailored at Bloomington mod Sal urday 19 to 0 by the Indiana team The Somerset Journal takes no stock In Bryans Commoner because It has no lersonals or country correspondence Tom KIdd who was sent to the penitentiary from Whitley for house ireaktng has been transferred to t he louses ot Reform Boss Sapp has secured the appointment of 60 new storekeepers and gauR erll and tightened hU grip on the republican committee The assessors books show that the real and personal property of Richmond amounts to 82002050 There arc 1133 voters In the town The members of the London bar met elected James D Black chairman an tasted resolutions of regret at the re Ignatlon of Judge J H Tinsley John Brown was shot and fatal rounded at the home of Foot Perkins iear WIlliamsburg while trying to teal one of the sisters of Perkins Mrs Mary B McKinney sister of Irs Chloe Bogle of Hnstonyllle and Irs Bradley the formers daughter died within a few days of each other ai arrisonvllle Mo Deputy Sheriff J C Wilder was appointed a special bailiff to summon jury from Whltley county to try Bll Sears whIte charged with the murdei of Henry Larue In Laurel The kill og occurred at East Bernstadt last layAfter Jule Webb was acquitted by jury of the murder of Chad Hall ii Clay county Judge Tinsley on motion of the Commonwealths attorney dill barged Wm McCollum and Taylor purlock who were indicted with blm- for the kllIng Len Cbellls while witnessing a game- base ball between two local teams at Ichmond Sunday was atruck In the- left breast by a batted ball and killed The unfortunate young man was a SemiIvearll of age E H Fox is putting a small electric Ihht plant in his engraving department to furnish light for night work A one borso power gas engine has arrived which will be used to run the prsBc8 and dynamo The dynamo was eclally designed and will furnish a current of sufficient strength for a 2 candle power arc lightAdvocateA- DDITIONAL LOCAL THE L fi N otTers another 150 roundtrip to Cincinnati Sunday Fort SALE OR REST Residence of- five rooms on Danville Avenue Six- acres of land Splendid location H ClmeDONT forget the Silver Crescent Conteat at Waltons Opera house Friday evening A portion of the house- will be reserved for white people a FortTttu SECOND TIME The toll Iate on the Lancaster and Dlx river turnplke was blown up by dynamite Saturday night The guards had been charged the day before TRAIN SERVICE TO CINCINNATI Tbe Blue Grass Vestibule tho fast- traln on the Queen Crescent Route whlcb heretofore has run dally except nday will beginning June 2nd be operated dally Sunday Included No chanJore In time will be made In either dlrectlun except that it will arrive In Cincinnati at 1015 A M Instead of 1020 A M northbound This manlf- lcent vestibule train carries elcjant- free parlor cars and U run on fast schedules PHE Knights of Pythias elected the 10110lvlnl olllcers Thursday night Chancellor Commander G W Akin coChancellor R T Bruce Prelate J T Jones Master of Work Jack- Rout Keeper of Records and Seal Harncil Wearen Master of Finance W H Wearon Maslor of Exchequer J C McClary Master at Arms John- S Baughman Inner Guard F S Mc- Clary Outer Guard J W Hagan Representatives to Grand Lodge Jas F Cummins C E Tate Past Chancel lor A H Severance J C McClary District Deputy Do You Know y That you can buy Good Goods at the The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale I FOR SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR And that wagon loads leave their sicr every dayI Do not wait until it is too late 666 House Furnishings Our big line of Carpets to close out at lOc to 4e 1 rynril Matting that other stores charge 3c and 40c per yard we are closing out at ICjc and 25e per yard 10 pieces malting 15e quality to close out at lOc 5 dozen paper window shades IIlth fixture V cloM out at lOc each 10 dozen linen window shades Wci quality to close out at 2c 1 0 plilra lace curtains 1 quality to close out at OPea pair 5 dozen counterpanes Marsaillcs pat terns worth II to close out at Sic 6 dozen sheets SlxOO 76c quality toIclots out at Ilk 10 pieces damask table linen 36c quality to close out at 2to pet yar- dCorsets 4 10 dozen summer corsets 50c quality lo dose out at 23c 5 dozen II tU corsets worth T5c te close out at ape A lot of black corsets to close out at GOc on the fl- BC1wLAns broke Into smith ft Per kins store at Bur ln the other nigh and were leaving with loads of goods when Mrs Lizzie Hutchison formerl of this place heard them and tent sew eral bullets after them They droppei the goods and fled James Brink a young farmer committed suicide In Madison on account of disappointment In love The Confederate Soldiers Home at Atlanta Ga was formally opened yes tcrday veterans being admitted On rumors of a corner in July wheal It was bid UD to iSle at Chicago and closed at 77ic 2Jc higher than Satur day HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cal KINO EAGLE King Eagle It 15 band and three lactic ugh ark bay with heavy mane and tall roes all the gaits wltb plenty of peed style Ind action Sired by Royal King lit dam Eagle Illrd 2d dam lied 3rd ditm HarrU Denmark he by Miller Denmark 4th dam Jim Itch Kin U a full brother tothe rent Silver Ring and Allle 0 the great show mars that sold tor 81000 ling Ki les 2d dam U the dam ot Minnie Boyd the treat show mire that Malt Cohen won every chore with In and told for J500 King Eagle will make tho present season ot 1001 lit my itiiljle 2S mills Welt ot stan 3rd on tho Shelby City pike at the low price or 10 to Insure A Living Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits In nranro and money becomes due at the time ot turh transaction Will also stand tho noted mule jack Hilly loene at Ss to Insure a living colt S T IIAIUtlS STANFORD KY lowers No 25081 l11l11lk the ttuon of 1M1 at my lahle tear irner vlltit- IO to Insure a LIving Colt Flown la a hay hone Id hands high hind feet- rtitle Id ed by Florida 42 klrr yjnt 2111 Fiirtuna 3yejroM 221 Oneolll3- yeorold 22S Krencv 2 year old 22S 14 Honda onarcti 217 Fannie S 219 and six 01- btotler than 2W son avealrcdUlertonnen- Flat dam llarle 222 full titter la Nellie 1221 liy Oeo lyllkem a ot 70230 Krfornion an1 lama of Serond dam Lady lake dam ot Nellie I by illli Vermont tire of liannrr 1112 ai tndilitntor ianibetui Wllkei 222 roofai In 30 lilt The KInK 2111 l4ilr of Rnd Mreral others Third dart Kate own iliter tn annie dam of MTen In the Hit by KlnkMidt St Lawrence Fourth dam Drendi Ihomogbltr In Floweraiiromlilnnl thebluod ot ihnwnl the 11 ton oflltmbletoDla namely Mnrlda Tobin Ir leorj Wllket with that of IIIIFt Vermont InkradtSt LawrD ant thorMighbre and urlea3upercenloftheblood of llanibletonltn or at much ai a ton of Very taw horwt In herlL stint a strong breeding At an Individual he la ritually great haTlns l rnty ol nulntanco and action rompara IIrely no tialnlng be lUll shown a 212 gait over half mile track ClevelandHack Jack with white points IIY hind tilted b1lrnpbraD jackaInat the until turn of 18 to loiure a living 101- will alto wake the season at my stable tear irnemllle 0 CAUTKIt y SHOES 500 Pairs of Ladies Shoes bought at very low price to be closed out at cut and slash pricesShoes worth 250 ito selljat 135 Shoes worth 200 to close out at 110 See our lineof ladies shoes in small sizes 2 2 12 3 and 3 12 Boys Clothing 160 boys all wool snits worth from 14 to 10 to cloe out at fit to 1840 Lot of boys knee punt COc and U quality to close out at 28c to 4Oc 75 pain born summer weight knee pants to close out at Ue a pair 100 pairs hors hood latest style worth 12 and ia to close out at 9Sc and fJ 26 lion straw Fats worth 60c now go for 23c ysL 1 j city buy Has that all line and J H CO NEW feed And Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St Stanford New and itjllih Turnouts lisle rcaionable Speclal attention traveling taleamen Hornet ought and told com minion Single fredi 30c lilY 20c Hitches inc No hitches on public dtyt oodatt Qtlon given alt stock latourjtttble fboneK y Mens Clothing 200 mens suite worth from f10 to 118 I now lactose out nt from itDto flO Why pay lo or ilO fur your sum mer suit when we cm formals you for GOc on the dollar and give you a nice clock of clothing U Immense and we guarantee to please you 300 pairs incnt old pants worth 12 el now to close At ySolose than half price Ono lot of nirnt summer pants tt quality tn go at 4110 SO dozen mena shirt latest designs the tame shirt you pay T6o and il for at other Stores we no tell out At 4o 76 dozen mens numroor undcrthltu 50c quality tn close out at So One lot of mont blaok anal tan sox 15cji nd 860 quality to elite wit at PC n 100 dozen ltalrs icons blue and gray mixed c non ox lOc quality to out at Sc- Iarge stock of nieni hats to chose out at Oc on the SI 11IbeCummins MeClary KENTUCKY Clothing Hats Furnishings Shoes Douglas Queen Quality SHOES 1 Agents Royal Tailors I No Need To Go to the to Furniture By Whole sale or Retail For t W W Withers Stanfora a stock will please his uptodate get his prices r WARD Livery Sale to on left flMlOnr See McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop 0lriri0gy Xy tltoFlouenFeed lc lrleea very nable OuA tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy w r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL m TANPOItD Kv Juti J 1001 u Tltv the JudtO Tuft clear for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OCR proscription work le unsurpass leDnY1Drlli IPERSONALS MR It A STONE of Lancnuor was hero Friday U D IlliliiilT Of Gray spent Sun + day at home Mils C It COLEMAN and ton Karl 1twen to Mllleroburir Friday HOLDAM STUAKT returned to her homo at Grays Saturday II C KNOLBMAN Sit has Bono lo Oklahoma with a view to locating M H8 J K LYNN wont to Somerset last week to eec tier little grandson MRS LIXZIK ASTIB of Gray It vUltlntr her eleter MM John P Hnjlc tb n J L TOTTKN was at Lebanon yentcr day tolling Champion blades and mower din BKN HOSSK went to St Mary yesterday to vlelt his eUter Mrs John B UeNnrdl Danvilletwas a truant Mr N G Tevl Dn CICKIIO HUIIANKB wife and Ifon Te llo of Paducah are vltUIng bin father Mr J W Kubankt Cot ANn MRS T P DILL went to Lebanon Saturday to see tholr daugh ter Mrs Benedict Spalding DR J D PKTTCB sad wile of Cra rchard spent several days with their daughter Mr James P Cummins Miss LUCY MIUIIR GIVKNB returned yesterday from Crawfordivllle Ind where Iho has been attending ichool- MHS W II SrovA1tM or Cloburne Texa arrived Friday to vltlt hor father Mr K S Snootamore and fam ilyMISSHS t BBTTIB AND Lou ooA and Mr W G Cowan of the 1Vos- End t pcntSuMlay at Mr J N Mono lee X LAWYKR L It IIUOIIIS has rented an olllco In the iNTBRIOR JOURNAL building and Is now very largely In the i wlmMKSUAMKS MILURBU DBAKLRY asJ W S Heaaley of Lancaster tlOct several day with Mr K II Bennley and family MR W C HAYS of the East End who wont to Ivotdale a month neo to locate oamo baok Saturday fully latltflcd with Kentucky FHIKNDH of Mr and Mr J K launch of Somerset prevented their little von with a handsome cradle filled with rattlo dolls and the likeFMRS JOHN P JONES Cincinnati yesterday greatly Improved in health Mrs W C Klllott ac companied her and Is her guest MISSBS PKAHL GATUPK Clara an Deborah Hose and Mr James Gatll of Wllllamsburg are guests of MI Arothuaa and Mr Foster MoAlliter MRS X G TKVIS of Muioula Mont who Is vliltlog her sister Mr Alice Cloyd here showed her faith In t tho I J by paying for It to March 1 1003MR HUKUS ADAMS of McKinney Texas lion u visit to bis mother Mrs t L n Adams at Uuntonvllle This Is his second visit to hs old home In 10 yearMRS JKNNIB CARPENTER and pret tV daughter Mice Mary were hero yesterday Mrs Carpenter was route to Garrard to see her niece e J B IlllTe who Is 1MR HOIIFHT BURNETT of Boston arrived last evening and Is the guest Dr and Mrs L F Huffman Mr and Mr Burnett expect to leave Tuesday for tholr homo Lexington Democr Eo T MINOR of the Hubblo section left yesterday for Peoria where he and hid father have the contract to build two whisky warehouses one with n capacity of 60000 and the other 40 000 barrels SUNDAYS Courier Journal contained pictures of tho 2S graduates of Centre College Klndrlak S Alcorn and M Poland Jr aro In the group but their picture are hardly recognlzabl- Mit AU MRS JOHN Pig of Ly s county are visiting tbo family of J Martin near Turncrsvillo Mr Pet i a si year old but III a very acute y for his years ills wife Is 2 years junior t IN speaking of George B Saufloya examination for law license at Mt Ver non the Signal eays The examine C C and Judge William speak In t highest terms of young Mr Sautloya ability Ho will hang his snlnglo hero for a while MESSRS J II AND T M ARNOLD two gallant cXConfedorato soldiers of Garrard were hero Friday returning from tho reunion at Memphis They bad w glorious tlmo with their old comrades und others who fought for the loat cause Miss MARY HUIIIIARD the hat some and talented art tanchor at tho Female College left Saturday for her homo In Birmingham Ala During her sojourn here she bas endeared herself to all who have had the pleasure of her acquaintance and there is a general hope that she will return as a bride and become a permanent resident t keopertorATTORNEY JOHN BROWN of Mt Vernon Wild hero yesterday MR LEWIS UOSSELL of the Pey ton s Well section U very III MnsS P STAUO came from borneIfolks ELLItN POWKLL and Dolllo Cabboll of Ilustonvllle were hero yes terday MRS II It MILLS of Mlddlesboro Is with her parents Mr and Mrs J II Bright ItOIIKRT MORKLAND Of Lexington coast several days with his sister Mr W C Shanks M ISSKS LUCY AND TOMMIB FRANCIS of Lancaster ipoat yesterday with Mrs J Francis JOB BARiam and wlfo returned to Ashovllle N C Saturday after a ale It to the latters father J Walker Glv boa DR AND MRS ItiHLis COLLINS of WettOIIITo Col Mrs Wm Collins and Mr and Mrs Sum Phelps and lit tlo daughter of Richmond were guests several days of Mr and Mrs P W Carter LOCALS Ilea FINISH at Craig 0 lockers COMMENCEMENT presents at Hamil tans Bio bargains In summer hosiery J P Junes NEW things In neck wear at Cum mini it McClarye SIKCIALprice on Quccnsware CabALL kind of vegetables Wednesday morning Gco II Parrl ft Co POll SAIB Two secondhand bind choreford LADIBS If you want your gloves fit perfectly buy thorn of us Al gloves lilted In the house J1 Jones tiuo Bermuda lOo 100 Southern Queens I2i Brailllan Jlo W S 1Ylghn Morcland Ky Doan got Into Lewis L Doty sheep Friday night and killed nlna and dogdu WMaxYlllodarklea1t Moroland got six months subscription to this paper ire by guessing within a few copies of tho number of paper we print Ho looK- ed over our mailing galleys and made hll estimate HUTCHISON Mr Jal W Hutch on of this NoallJ Creek section died riday after n lingering Illness of can- umptioD aged 20 She was berled at her late homo Saturday after service by Rev W K Arnold Mr Hutchi denn was n daughter of William Cooley a LiueeTHE burglars paid their respect toat JI Bruce tho night they robbed tinresidences of Messrs George L Penny and J M Mcltobcrti They raised a back window but could not gel In and departed doing no damage save leav tog a gate open and causing Mr Bruco to think ho had lost a bocce which wan tiered out The animal was found at his farm several hours later DAMAGE SurrAlex Martin as ad ministrator of his son Walter Martin endies for 120000 Several week a lightning struck the line of wire and 1tofi tar Martin who was sitting under an awning at Hamiltons store In How ntInod PlalnlllT claim that the death was duo to tbo carelessness of the com Punic in lotting the WHO continue to stay on tho house after being ordered to remove It and because of thou full uro to provide ground wires and other safeguards against lightning THE court of appeals reversed the cotArt th against GInn fe Co The action was to allegUed to echokola or forhieIn and in Kentucky at 81 The higher court holds that when tho county superinten dent discovers fraud In the salo of brlh0ng all amount of tho bond tho money to go to the common schools of that county PARSONS James Henry Pars died at his homo on the Preachers plko yesterday after a long illness which begun with grip Ho was born In 1815 and a good portion of his and bonorablo life was spent In t county Ho was a brother of placed and high agoMrand she and two little children the youngest hardly a year old survive Ho was a member of tho Goshen church and was a regular attendant at its a vices until his Illness The rema will be token to Crab Orchard this byElder 00 to Craig ft Hooker for perfect- ingfitt spectacles Go TO Jones for shoes He carries the bent goods made plctureIrllmcs OpeNettFreezers John Bright Jr L Co patuntYlcllUppera NEW mounts and bon plct urea and everything new Miss Sa cray ItEMEMUBR that our terms are cash Loa rash prices on teed of all kinds J II Bnugbman t Co 60500 GOOD brick for sale Also handle the best grades of coal Call on me T L Sbelton Rowland HMDS circus will stretch Its tents at Huslonvllle Saturday next Mr Sam uulltulllwaDU It distinctly understood that It la not his attAl- rSxA1uCIIAlIMEitGeorge Newland little son of exMarshal O J Nowland Is u snake charmer Ho amused his playmates the other day by catching a goodeUed snake and playing with It like the average child duce a doll START ItiaiiT John Bright Jr L Co start out in business right by tak fog a goodsized advertisement In hit paper which our readers should care fully peruse each Issue They aryl of fa ring somo unheard of bargains In or der to make room for new good and tney cordially In vita you to call In and got your share plywhen they broke into H C Bright residence and got a 850 gold watch as ain and low J P Harbisons secured a watch and SO belonging to Bowen Fox They oleo stole a number duIwho has our thanks telophoutO s LINCOLN COUNTY DREW FIRST Stmgleton near Wayneaburg burned Sat urday evening May 25th It was In lured in the Farmers Homo Insurance Co of Junction City for 8500 The company has been doing business near ly two years and this le lu first total loss The lose was adjusted on tho 28lb just three days after fire Paid In full no discount No threefourth clause In their policy Ton commencement week epees beautifully and wnen the pupils of Stanford Female College filed into tbo Christian church and were seated thero was not left standing room so gre was tbo crowd After appropriate an well rendered music Including a eel by Mrs L B Cook Rev H A yell of the Danville Baptist preached a very Instructive sermon which Is highly complimented by all wbo beard It The annual contort and elocutionary entertainment will occur Walton Opera House tomorrow ight Wednesday and the closing ex ercUes at the same place Thursd morning HUSTONVILLE FAmAt a meeting of the stock men and others at Huston villa Saturday It was decided to heldafair there July 24 25 and 20 James P Harper who was a decided suttees last year was again chosen president Gill Cowan one of the best talc men in the country was made first vice pre ent W D Becker secretary and Hocg0k secretary at treasurer of every fair Hustonvlllo has had In years and they make capital of ficers The directors and vlcopresl dents selected are among the best and most substantial citizens of Lincoln and adjoining counties It was decid ed to offer liberal premiums In every ring and to spare neither than nor means In making the exhibition a suc tees In every particular As usual the INTERIOR JOURNAL will celebrate t occasion by getting out a fair dally rToe Danvlllo News Is conaldarn oil when it says chore are seven ra costa to be tried at the next term the Lincoln circuit court which begins Monday Circuit Clerk Honiara who ought to know says there are only two cases of rape and two for detoat l There are thr b murder cases on t docket Thomas Lee for killing Te cumsch Waters at Klngsvillo Christ mas was tried last court but had a hung jury The other two cases very old ones but both will more eralikely bo tried this term They Dudley Taught for killing C C Ko kcndorlTor at Moreland Oct 15 killingIll Juno 4 1887 Vaught had a bung jury so after the killing occurred and ho was authorltldaas are informed and bo served a term In tbo penitentiary Fish charged with kill lieagowas recently arrested at Vlnconn Ind There arc 53 Commonwealth 18 ordinary IS ordinary appearances 18 equaflty seek to be legally separated at term Crab Orchard Misses Annie Bronaugh and Bert James made a visit to Danvlllo Mon dayMr Hugh Hnpan of Livingston has gone for his new drugs and will soon n his toro adjoining tho dry goods of Robert Edmlston There Is not a vacant storeroom or residence hero now and we do trust that Crab Orchard will continuo on the up grade The children of the Christian Sunday school prepared exercises for Cbll drens Day and presented them In tbo Christian church Sunday night They made quite a success of their un dertaking A crowded house witnessed their performance and all went away feeling that It was good to have been there Guests aro beginning to arrUo and Crab Orchard is putting on her usual summer attlro Vehicles of all descrip gettlnZInfamous old Crab Orchard Springs and the gathering of the druggists of the State which grand body will convene hero on tho 18ih Manager JB Willis and wife are making extensive prepa rations for the comfort of their many anticipated guests during the coming season and heres success to them Dr E G Dick of the Keeley Insti tute left Friday night for Rockford ill to be present at the nuptials of his daughter Miss Helen wbo Is to be wedded to Mr Countryman on the 5th Mrs Judge Collier and daughter Miss Fannie of Mt Vernon are pleasant guests of Miss Fannie Langford Mr Gray returned Friday from a business Livingstonlofteasant slay with per parents Dr and rs Decree Her daughter Sellna will remain for some weeks Mrs willdShelbyvllle Ind Dr Doores was de lighted with his sojourn in Memphis ring the Confederate reunion He manydvas concourse of people Aunt Clara Sin gleton continues very feeble Dr app Improves slowly Aunt Amanda Roberts Is still quite ill Prof Rlggs and wife left Friday fobs visit to Indi ana Miss Grace Tudor spent Sunday spentSundayof Indiana lea visitor of Mrs Jeff Holman Hey G W Shepherdwent to Paint Lick Saturday to till bis ap pointment there dBROWN FILLY LOST lIeavyInTIIOUAH House Gilberts Creek Ky aLOST STRAYED OR STOLEN oDark bay mare mall very short mane both eyes weak as If nearly blind MrsJluloGO TO SU1lowntnrlcnDry llowli lloott Shoft lUl iroctrlti Hard wire Ac and olTen tiarplrt In all Imn Errrjr Isayon Posted permitnyoneproseutedt1TEMNar ULUUASX MULES FOR SALE fromUonesdIlustoavtlleicy NOTICE SIngerSowing daysISummer Boarders t have rented private property opposite andhJune Int Wrllo tor terms U MILE ROWMAN SMITH IcyblyofTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We hereby state that the Dlsi Plow sold by theOliversuperior to the cradle W O COWAN a00Dho i SWEET WILLIAM makeare57 to Insure a Living Colt IredbStlgallsJuoOur past experience as mulo dealers war jalkwillone as his colts will attest gotE I WOODS A SONS Stanford SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES I wilt sell at public outcry on Monday theearpay tliw taxes on OHAU ORCHARD GOJohnwilllilETOVILLEAJ Hujcton bouse arlot 3 S M OWEN Sheriff This Space Has Been Engaged For One Year by John Bright Jr Co I Who Succeed the Frrm of Warren Shanks and Through this Medium willI TELL THE PEOPLE What They Have To Sell JustIn Seasoi s rWe are showing this week nice values in Umbrellas and Parasols ladies Silk Glovesr Lisle Thread Hose- Summer Corsets Ideal Kid Sliypers Neckwear Laces and EmbroiderinsE- ggs taken at highest market price JOHN P JONES Stanford 3 Seasonable Goods of All Kinds Lawns Tissues Hosiery Gloves Dimities Ribbons gjiaces Ties Corsets jt Umbrellay Strap Slippers Etc Etc Etc Severance Sons We have one of the largest and beet selected stocks of Vehicles J youCarriageslow figures We also carry an excellent lino of Farl11inJllllpJelnelits Including Farm Wagons Tooth and Disc Harrows Plows Rollers Elc1In fact everything in the implement line used on the farm our own Rubber Tire Plant and can replace your old Rubber Tiresa 7 J Much cheaper titan you can send to the city and Lave it done and also save you freight charges Call when you are in town Bruce Bright Danville New Goods New Firm 1 And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And jrou have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage willj bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andjsce us w w SAUNDERS r NCO Phone 88 110 West Main Street- I I r THE INTMOOTRNAL r sabllahaTtxlaeaaadFriduAT s 4itPERYEAR CASH When not aopatdtB2OO will btcbtrjed Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford at eoondclau matter ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE KY Manufacturer of 3RICKI tAndDealer InILime Cement c o Write For Prices A S PRICE iSurreonf Stanford Ky hi Omoorr UcRobert1 Building Drug StoreIn the Owaler t IJ R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over HigRtns A McKlnncys Story 1Tolephone No 4S JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the George Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I will be grad to give flour meal bran Bhlnstuff ic for your wheat and corn Give 33 of good flour and 10 pounds bran to the bushel of 2 wheat Our Is ground on the oldfasblot 45 Inch burrs It Is my desire to keep this exchange at your town and I trust you will me a liberal hare of patronage I retail hour and meal at wholesale The flour and meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MORRIS FILED Patterson manager tot Crab Orchard ExchangePRUITTBROS r MOIU LAND KY r FurnitureUndertaking i And Livery Dr RGGOLDSTEIN Optic Specialist of 116 West Burnett Ave Kr will be la Stanford Monday June 10th To remain a few days only Consultation and Examination FREE BEAZLEY HAYST- 72TDTAZERS DK1LIM IN Furniture lattiussRuJS And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY JC+ MCGUMY 2 1 UNDERTAKERMauutacturorand HABNESS SADDLERY 80 Stanford Ky SAW MILL FOR SALE I desire to tell my saw mill or will trad o It for stock or will move It to a body of timber and saw It If party wishes O W SINOLETOS Crab Orchard FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hones and Mules constantly on Land and for sale at alt times W Logan Wood Man- agerMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean beda splendi table Everything firatclasa Porter meet all trains 89 Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In lf1Itclasutyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can pure your old vehicle mad- now I for very little money J II OKEEK Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PKOPBIETOU I desire to announce to the public that 1 am ready to do any and all grind- Ing and that I will at all times furnish tbe best o- fFlour Moal Shipstuff OMckon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of patronage promising to give mebutpatronage MORRIS DrsSlavinfc PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danrllle Mondays Wednesday and Friday Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturday Office In the l nnln loa ltillJlng UnforJOI lice hours 9 to 12 Hj to r U OSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KlrtiTllle Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for lu re no rubbing no syrgIploieratlonsandclalms obln super Osteopathymachine ofao many lu all parta are properly adjusted and not overworked health U tile result Some of tile diseases treated by us Xtrrous Prostration Ileadacbea Neuralgia Ilheumatlsm CaLlrrIlJWeak Granulated Lids Goitre lotTer Lung Diseases Constipation Piles Gall Stones Enlarged Prostrate all Stom ach and trouble UUease ol Bones and J1nll 8rlnalCuatureltDlslocatlODlltll1 JolnLl AtxParalysis Dlsease a specially Consultation Free Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- SucceMor to Tile Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under same management contlnu tOutly for 33 Solicits ankYell Hoping such builnras relations mutua ly beneficial and plsajV DIP CTOttS J JSOi5T Sr JN Menefv A W Carpenter W II Cummins J E Lynn S U Shanks J F Cub J H Ovslcy OFFICERS S U Shanks President I DOwsler Cashier W SL Urlrbt Aut Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY Chilli Stock 153000 Barplui HOOOO This Institution originally established u the De JOIIt Dank lie Stanford la 1858 then reorganized he National Dank of Stanlord In 186J andagali irganlted as the First National Bank ol Stanforr 192 hat bad practically an uninterrupted nc for year It Is better supplied now wltt clllues for trantactlnj business promptly and ally than seer before In its long and honoiab carMr Accounts of IndUlduala fiduclarlt ndlndlrlduals solicited niKICTOKS F ReidLlneolnCotJWPaydenStantur iTHarris 811 Baughman J S Rocker TP Rill VP Walton W A Tribble J UCoUUrCrabOrcbM Jai Robinson Hubble DElmore Stanford orncas J S llorker President J J McUobertt CaibUr r James Fryes Great Carpet Sale i HUSTONVILLE- P I will sell for the next few days ONLY the best quality of two ply all wool carpets at 60c a yard former price C5c to 75o Jute and nt 25c worth 35c Finest quality cotton chain mattings Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at I8c worth 25c Lot at lOc worth 15c All new goods andjlitcst patterns Come at once if you want a carpet I cant stand It loneat a time 1 am no millionaire Other merchants will tell you This Is I A Lie but you come and see for yourself JAil Fan Hustonvillc 21 e u NEWS NOTES The drys won In Rowan county Seventyseven recruits were obtain ed In Lexington last week Mrs Daniel Muldoon of Covlnctoo Is the mother of four patra of twins In 12 year Wiley Kirk a Negro was hanged at Toweon Md for criminal assault on a white woman Mrs Vin Alsop committed suicide at Dunbar Pa by eating matches She ate nearly 1000 King Farmer was assassinated near Anniston Ala and his body placed on the railroad track Joseph Klrwln of Mayevllle an L fc N brakeman fell between cars at Paris and was killed A poatofllcc has been established at Beef bide Letcber couuy with Marde lla Potter postmaster It Is stated that 40 men were killed and ICO wouuded by the police In the riot of May 20 In St Petersburg George Mulligan of Liberal Kansas while waiting at Seattle to sail for the Yukon was robbed of 17000 by fool padsSeven people were drowned by the rowboat they were In sweeping over a dam In the Schuylklll river near Phil adelphia Dr R L Carrick of Georgetown was elected president of the State Homeopathic Medical Society which will hold its next meeting at Lexington In a trolley car accident at Wilming ton Del one man was killed one fa tallyburt and 25 passengers seriously InjuredThe Lewis county grand jury indicted George Parker who outraged his two daughters but the Incestuous brute has not been arrested According to the report of the State board of equalization the value of taxable property In Kentucky has In creased 814032153 during the past year The association of military surgeons In session at St Paul passed a resolu lion In favor of the repeal of the anti canteen law claiming that the aboli tion of the canteen has increased In temperance and disorder In the army The annual report of State Mine In spector G W Stone shows that the production of the commercial coal mines In Kentucky during the past year reached 5020075 tons as compar ed with 4 505439 tons during the pre vious year As a result of the Inquiry into the recent mutiny of West Point cadets 83 were found guilty 57 being given sentences of punishment and all reduced to ranks Five were dismissed six were suspended for 10 months and the others confined in barracks and area Mrs Ottlo Heater killed her bus band little cblld and herself at Cot legion llenry Wattcraon Jr son of the Journalist has been appointed a second lieutenant In In the regular army Tho court of appeals has decided that banks must pay taxes for the years 1600 and 1897 under the general tax law Mrs Rose Plcrman who formerly sold lead pencils on the streets of LOW isville end who was recently located In an altuihouse Is said to have 20000 deposited In a Louisville bank President Patterson of the Ken lucky State College has asked the pity of Lexington for an endowment fund of 20000 lor tho purpose of building a medical department of tho college Five men Including a father and three eons arrested for stealing were taken from otUcera ID MoJoe county Cal by a mob and hanged to a bridge The olllcers were compelled to assist In the execution John Alexander Dowle proclaimed himself to a Chicago audience as Eli jah the propbet nod the restorer of all things Over 3000 people rose to their feet to Indicate their belief In the truth ol his statement In a frenzied speech Dowlu cursed the Pope and the Roman Catholic church and scored Free Ma sonry the newspapers and the bank ers lie declared he bad come to pro claim theocracy and to place the name of God In the constitution Ills tint mcrsago Is for tithes- LNNECESSARY LOSS OF TIME Mr W S Illiedon Cashier of the First National Hank of Wintertet Iowa in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter In his employ that will le of value to other mechanics He says I had n carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been fJml larly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of it front the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him and he is again at his work For sale by Craig A Hockcr Druggist The total number of hogs packed in tho United States this season during the month of March and April was 3 004000 against 4010000 for the same period of 1900 BEWARE OF OINTMEST8 FOR CATAIIHI THAT CONTAIN MRKCLKV as mercury will surely destroy the wnN ol mil sad derange the whole system when entering It through the surfitr bixh article should never fro used except on prextlp tlona from reputable physicians at Abe dam s will do Is ten to tbe you ran pntil bly derive from them llalla ratan h cure inanu rartured by F J Cheney A Co Toledo O con sins no merrury and ls taken Internally acting tiredly upon th blood and mucous turfare of tile system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure N sure you get the genuine H It taken Internally and wade In Toledo n r f J Cheney Co Tests nioniaU free Sold r dritjlsis prig per bottle Halla Family Pills Ire tbe IL IE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG NABOTH 10016Standard Rule 6 Record 5l9j Sired by Wallnghnm S1CA sire of Latitude S17 li and many others In the list Walslnglmm abotltit sire is a son of George Wilkes Mil First dam Tinsel by Messenger Puree 106 ton of IIumMetonlau and slreof Elaine 821 the dam of Norlixlne yearling record 331 Second darn Ites slater to James Ilowell Jr by Ilatnblutonlan 10 sire of Dexter 217J Third dam Jessie Suyro l y Harry Clay 43 sire olSt Jullad 2111 Itodlue SllH antll5 others that ha ve produced 230 trotters also sire of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Nirrc Naboth Is a bay 16 panda high foaled Juno 34 1sca Ills PollRroe contains the blood of Hambletonlan Ueorge Wllbe Mambrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and harry Clay Will Stand at X16 to Insure a Living Colt e HAPSBURG 509liar italllon 161 hands high By Glotter 26 Imjicrted 1st damJolly by Wonderful nor 534 2nd dam by Privem 822 First dam Trinkets Imp by County King 110 2nd dam by Champion of England 566 3rd dam by Itarnaby 00 4th dam by Grand Turk 13 NOTYIrom the above pedigree you can see that llap burg U a pure bred Cleveland Hay English Coach Homo Ho II a beautiful mahogany hay with point 161 hands weighs 273 pounds drives well gentle and kind with tine stylo and high action Can show a mile bettor than 3 minutes and any no wishing n high bred coach hone to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style pccd and action should see this horse Will Stand At SIO To Insure 7t Living Colt Will also stand the splendid 10 hands and t inch hack Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at for slates and 815 for Jennets Mares grazed at 2 per month which In all clue must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accident but not resl jnsllle should any occur Ja K BAUGHMAN Ilustonvlllo Ky Write To TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT Os OF LEXINGTON KY And get a sample certificate of their new issue or call on J M Alvcrson local agent at Interior Journal Ollice Stanford 0AG MORGAN Secy i No3 W Short St t FREE 5 FREEy It Dont fall to ask fur the Donsumera1 and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers anyMerchhsitA 5 PER CENT SCRIPT i Which they will Bccept for 8 cents on every CAST JUlCHASE OF ONE IQL LAIt Ami tako spoclnl notice that tbo Merchants who belong to this Asso ciation aro tto most whit awake and kceji the bout stocks of goods anti tbwr prlcoa are tbo lowest INTKUIOH JOUHKAL a1SALTON Proprietor 7vi PHINTIXH Severance it soils Drj Goods Notions shots Pennys Drug Store Drugs and Clit inicals lt V Withers vFurnlturo Carpets h HijlKins it lcKi1ll1trGrocor1tlI Hnrthvnro ami IniploiiientH + II J McHobcrts Gouts FnrniHher Mies Annio Phillips Millimr H E L Sininis Cold Denlor William Hamilton Jiwelor J A Allen it Co Lumber See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence Stanford GO TO W B McRoberts I Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed1r Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains u S r e Special Prices On Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits for next Thirty days W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky I Big SI Sale Going On At Racket StoreIi The greatest bargains will ho olT jeil in Men a ljndie and niiiUlrcnn Shoe ever heard of In the Rlalc of Kentucky Mona Matin Oat and Vici Kid hoe worth 82 sale price 89c pur flair Lndiua titioei worth from 1160 to fifO per pair talu price from 39c to 7lc per pair Childrvna Khuon from lOc up Great Bargain In Clothing Mens Ssi Suits fur 12 50 Mens HO Sulla for 81 OS Mens fib to fps Bulls for Jit 9iFto 375 Boys stills from f2 up Children stilts from 4lo liplIl11e uick while these groat bargains last Wi also pay highest cash price for produce and junk The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Qlnsburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Hank II CClLSt HCILI1gesWith Steel Ovens Aro rapidly becoming more populai Try one and you will see why It Is Sttisfac t tion Guaranteed George H Farris Co oo 0 oIFIBlEstIalr rKQmIS0aO Receive the moat careful attention nnd Are Filled Witft TUB Bast material The Lowest GASH Prices CKAIIG LHICKIR0 + wr1Nci 4irf14 Wi