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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 11 1901 9 A M NO31 1g LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J C Hay sold to John Siepbenton 11 yearling at 518- D N Prcwltt bought of Den Pollard a family marc for 505 J S Docker bought of Joab Rlpnoy 10000 poundcnuteat4c leading Durham bull for sole W II Murphy Stanford Ivy l4tII George A Alford bought of S Dryo Co a gelding for 115 M J lilrrls bought of L C Dunn a bunch of common yearlings at 3o- II II Dronuugh Stator Kate woo at Newport Saturday She told 8 to John A Wood bought of 0 J Cun ningham seven good yearling at 470v 0 Bishop told to Emmott McCor mack 17 lambs averaging 71 pound at 3io J J McCall told hit farm near Mar ctsburgrto A D Sams for tOOOSI nat Two No1 milk cove and gentle tarn S Uy mare for tale J S Hundley Stan ford G J Cunningham told to J W Lockrldpo u pair of aged horse mules for 1250 U WClvuni bought of Fox ic Lo gan a pair of threeyearold mare mute for 1226 S U Shanks bought of Monroe Cur tIsl0 sore of land adjoining his farm at 5320 Wo arc In the lamb market and will pay the highest price See us before you toll Lute Co 6t Lute S Co bought of Jeffer o- fCaey14 short yearling at 117 and two belfert of Iko Uerrln at 3ic Georgo W Pulliam told to Senator V J W Halley of Texas his Shorthorn Durham bull Rotcoo for 1100 J M Robert told to David Stephen steer calve at 412 SO and to Steve Kte a bunch of butter at 512 25 Oakley race track containing 110 acre was told to 0 A Jooo and A J Welch of New York for 13127 V W S Dry Co bought of W W Lyon A Co a black gelding for 1236 nod a bay saddle mare of tame for 5800 foxhall Keoon4 Cap and Belle II woo the great Oak at Ofwora In England She was bred In old Kentucky L C Dunn told yesterday eight plain i earl38 at 3fO G J CuoolOKhaffi oU a bunch of to WOpouoder at Coi Lnderweod brought of D N adjoinof land Gen Jnckeoe of Belie Meade stock 1taIn la Tonnwee bat boupht the rce bow The Commoner at Lexlag t o for 814000 J M Robert bought lust wok of atK tuterNmLeaterned0 W i mo bnache of calrea at SIS 50 and tu o Somerset Journal ttioce the Orel at January them have l tenometlitngover 1300 registered Hereford old at auction In tine Unl tit ti tat at an average of UIO CT DIIK Wilkinson sold to Lute A Co euritngaat13andto1iJ Porrls sc rutwoyrar ll il33GJ Cun tilntfdatn sold to Mr Farrls SO of ome at ST T fie yearlings ol the Dlslana Stud vre uia at auction ut New York Sid my PAllet paid the top prlee of 47400 fa luif brotherto Tommy Atkloj A I bfr of others sold from 1000 to ItwSeDAlor Joseph W Bailey of Texas was ut the Ollohor Tuesday night While iero ho closed a deul with Cobb Llilard for 23 of their floe Short borne for which he paid UOOODanl- 1le News i COURT DAY There were about 200 cattle buro yesterday the boat selling lone to 5c The ruling prices for year Ing and twoyearolds were 41 to 4lc Heifers woro slow at 3 to 3a and butcher stuff 3 to 3Jo The borso and mute market was dull Over 400 slopfed cattle the property of Bridgewater Fox Co were ship fcped Thursday from Lebanon to Unit more Md A train of 18 cars was re jircd to transport the cattle This Is tho second big shipment from Lebanon In the past threo weeks A W King bought of W M Swopo moat week 20000 pounds of tobacco ut Si40 George H Mosoley sold to Em cat Cleveland last week Lila furor of ICO acres at 110 per acre Mr Moseley purchased this same land somo months ago at 5U Nicbolasvlllo Journal t Sam Forsytho of Harrodsburg sold J C Noel of Franklin a pair of work mules for 275 Mr Forsytho has sold several pairs as high us 8300 Will Robinson of Fuulconcr bought a walk Iou mare of Swope ol Garrard for 8125 and a bunch of 1000 pound cattle of some at jAdocate i Wl Carpenter has bought of Roy UrueoTowniey for June delivery 85 hogs average weight pounds nt 510 Jumes I Lay 3 Co received for J M Walter Co a carload of lambs In and around Cardwell at 51 per cwt Thomas Horn sold to John Leonard 12 extra yearling steers at 823 Harrods burp Democrat PHaU Rata to Kansas City via Queen account ahrlners rCngRoute 1901 Rate ono taro tho round trip plus 12 liberal limits Ask agents for particulars W C Rlnearsoo G P A IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Orodbcad will bold a fair threo days commencing Aug 21 Wm Young was appointed postmas ter at Baldwin Marlon county Samuel H Bryant a prominent alt zen of ltirnslde tiled last week Doputy SherllT Mack Wilton of Hell county accidentally shot bill hand off Gov Bradley has fully determined to locate In Loulsvtlie and practice law A 810000 dormitory Is to be built for Union College ut Uarbourvlllc this summer The school census of lulakl shows that there are 11174 or 180 more than last year A poitoftlco hlu been established ut I nlo Boyle county with G W Crunu postmaster Tbo Danville tax rate has been fixed nt70c a slight Increase on account of tho owerytem The new oil well No2 at Sunny brook h said to be pumping out 600 barrel of green oil dally A stock company Is In process of or ganUatlon for the purK o of boring oil wellnear Junction City L D S 1atton bill sold hili stock of undertaker goods at Somerset to GIrdlor Bro of that town Judy Durbrldgc stabbed George Rex roat to death at Columbia In an alter cation over u game of crap There are 0184 white school children In MadUon three less than last year The colored children number 1824Rlpy largest distillery ut Tyrone has hut down having made 35734 bar rel of whliky this season The other louso will run on Indefinitely Cltlicns National Hank of Danville v Forman assignee Boyle was re versed by the court of appeals Judge Gully Durnam and Job on dissenting At Corbin Saturday night Andy Cox of Knox county was killed by Marshal Wilder after Cox bad fatally wounded him while misting arrest for the shooting of David Branam A special grand jury for the purimn of Investigating the disappearance of uo Indictment against one Napier bas returned an Indictment against Auor ney Cnarlr Green ton of Judge J M Green of Plnevllle charging him with the theft The court ol appeals reverted the caw of FarM VI the Commonwealth from KBOK oouely because the Cow monwealtht uitorney failed to read the lodieuntot to the Jury Farrft was In dloud for selllt liquor In a local op loa eeeuty The Kdiobnrg III Herald oonlnlno a bcaaUfal notice at the death of the atise yearold son of Mr and Mrs A P White formerly of this county The little fellow was a nephew of Mr Isaiah White one of our cleverest citizens aed was uu unusually bright and band some bar The hand lDe residence of Mr M J Farrls In Otter Addition which U being remodeled will be ready for oo oupnney by tbe flrgtof July at which time Mr and Mrs Farrla will move In from their suburban home It will be one of the most stately homes In Dan Title and probably one of We rnot slab orately furnished In Central Kentucky Advocate The board of trustees of the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville elected Su rlnt indent Rogers and tho faculty at present In charge G E Wiseman resigned as treasurer and was succeeded by C C Fox A committee was ap pointed consisting of J rIAllen John H Wolsh J A Chock and C C Fox to go before tbo Legislature at tho next session and work for an appropria tion of 75000 If the people of Stanford and Lincoln egotIsmW Vandeveor they wept as ono man with unfeigned sorrow over his bier as they bore his remains to Buffalo cemetery last Monday No heart of tenderer Impulses bet within tho breast of any citizen no more generous band was ever extended to hie follow man In need of sympathy and other aid Especially was this manifested toward young men bereft of parental protection and guidance Many a man In eluding this writer owes to D W Van longdebsofCampbell In Somerset Journal A GENTLE HINT In our stylo of climate with its sudden changes of temperature ruin wind nnd slnglodRyitfriends and relatives are so frequently tnken from us by neglected colds half tho deaths resulting directly trout this cause A bottlo of lioschoos German Syrup kept about your home for immedi ate use will prevent serious sickness n large doctors perhaps death by the use of three or four doses For cur ing Consumption Hemorrhages loon anydiseasecps is snugly wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get a sample hottle- free from Penny Stanford Ky Regular size Toe Get Greens Prize Almanac Tbo president pardoned Randall Adams of Knoll county convicted In 1895 of being Implicated in the murder of Deputy United States Marshal Wira man HUSTONVILLEI Jesse Roust has bought the stock of goods front W C Greening ut More land Have Jerry Adams make you ono of those llnnnel suits They nro cool ncul add cheap Several of our young people will at tend the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday night Howard Camnttz has returned fromItrip to Ohio and Indiana where the pitching for the Centre College bate ball team Tbe Junction City base ball team played a game with our boys here Fri day Hustonvllle winning by a score of 13 to 0 The feature of the game was tbo pitching of Jim Yowell who struck out 13 Miss IOcnIliams Hustonvllle at the Danville hop last week Miss Mall Hopper left a few days since to spend quite a while with friends In Cincinnati Hawkins Bishop has returned homo from Lexington where bo bas been attending Kentucky University W C Greening spent part of last week In Cincinnati buying goods Miss Jessie Powell vlsllc3 Dan villa friends last week Miss Edna Curanllc loft Friday to spend a month with relatives and friends In Louisville Miss Mary A Carpenter who has been attending school In Kansas City returned home last week much to the delight of her many friends Miss Mattle Rae Ad ama of Greenville Texas bas arrived to spend the summer with relatives here We ooio that several Stanford young men were In our little city last Sunday There seems to bo quite a groat deal of attraction hero for the Stanford bore Mr Lafon Carponter of Harrodsburg was boro last week Mr and Mrs J B Adams have moved from hero to their new home In Dan tulle Miss Angle Carpenter Is visit lag friends at Purls and North Middle town Dr J C Barker has returned altar a proajrarous and pleasant trip to Mill Springf MATRIMONIAL Scott Gllllsple und MUs Margaret Lewis eloped from Somerset to Hunts ville Ton and were married It Is reported In Washington that Senator Depew will be married this summer to a widow who Is now abroad Hugh Tevls who died nt Yokohama while oe his wedding tour was a the late multimillionaire Lloyd Tev1 formerly of Kentucky who died at Sun Francisco Mr A J Orerstreet of Jeegamlae county and Mla Rebecca J more of this elY treated their rleed1 to a genuine surprise on the evening of the Sib instant Mr Overstreet drove over to Stanford late that afternoon hastily secured a license summoned Rev W E Arnold to iris assistance and repairing to the residence of Cott T P IH11 where Miss Spoonamore has made her home for the past three years as tbe clock struck 10 they were made man and wife Outside of the Illlle circle of friends who bad been summoned to witness the ceremony very few had any Intimation of the marriage until the next day disc Spoonamore was one of our best worn en and Mr Overstreet Is an excellent Christian gentleman Tho L J Joins their many friends In wishing long life and great happiness- UNNECESSARY LOSS OF TIME Mr W S11t don Cashier of the First National Unnk of Wiuterset Iowa in a recent letter gives sonic experience with a carpenter In his employ that will Lo of value to other mechanics lIe says I had a cnrpontcr working for mo who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been simi lorly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured rueslie bought a bottle of It from tho druggist hero and informed mo tlint ono dose cured trim and he is again a his work For sale by Craig t Hooker Druggists As Illustrative of truo and broad caihollciiy the Louisville Times remarks Yesterday a Protestant governor fresh from his first ride on the Masonic goat was tho guest of honor at a Trapplst monastery and one of the many good addresses called forth by the occasion was delivered by the Israelite representative of the Gcnilllc Louisville Times What most people watt is something mild and fceutle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets illl tho bill to n dot They ore easy to take and pleasant in cflect For sale by Craig A Mocker Druggists Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington June 25 to July 6 Low rates WIN rO1turnfor particular W C Rlnearson G PA MISS THEO HEM Ill ILL Lancaster entry In tbe Beazlcy Co elocutionary contest ai Wallona Opera House June 21 is the pretty daughter of Judge James C Hcrapblll and Is well up In the art of elocution She will go Into the contest with a large backing for Lancaster people are Hempbillwomen end Is no exception to the rule Many of her friends have already de gilded that Miss Theo Is entllled to the drat prize and cant see how she can fall to win It LANCASTER Mrs J M Farrals very 11at her mothers Mrs Joe Burdsides In the countryThe of the W C T Ubeldprayer services at the Jill Sunday afternoon A large number were pres eat and we trust much good done Our meeting at the Christian church wilt continue through next week A great deal of Interest is being mani tested In these services and a good crowd Is always In attendance The staging of the large choir under the supervision of Prof J W Wilson of Indianapolis Is excellent the songs each night being illustrated J y store outleon views that are well worth go lox to see Our pastor A R Moore has been giving us some of tbe most to terestlne rind stirring sermons beard for a long time Go and aid in the good work It will do you good nnd may help win some poor soul to Christ Miss Laura Smith Is on tbe slok list W T Short of Mt Vernon shoat set eral days at tbe Garrard Hotel Mrs John Dudderar of tho Lawson vicinity lIe very III Mrs R Zimmer and daugh ter Elsie are visiting In Cincinnati triIund Mrs J E Stormes have gone to PlinIEvans who has been sick for some Dpalolbrother Dr VA Beasley Mr and Mrs J R Hnselden left Saturday for Cincinnati where they will remain a few days before going to Buffalo to at tend the exposition The Loulsvlllo Commercial Club and Board of Trade will arrive here on the afternoon of June 19th and be royally reoelved by our merchants At the tweeting of our commercial club on Tuesday evening tbe following com mltue on collection of fees and dues was appointed n Klnnalrd J Joseph and W B Mason A spec ial reception comratlleo consisting of the following gentlemen was appoint edt Senator Geo T Farris chairman J W Elmore W r Williams W O Rlgney J F Postal R H Tomllnson and J M Logan Mayor Klnnalrd will deliver the key to the city and preparation will be made to entertain our guests In u manner befitting the high standard of our town The funeral of Miss Lela Ward whose death has been mentioned was attended by a large number of friends and relatives of the family at the Moth odist church here Friday afternoon The floral tributes were numerous and beautiful consisting chiefly ot roses and lilies She was the oldest daughter of Wm Ward and was a lovable young lady She bad been a member of the Methodist church for a number of years and was fully prepared to an ewer the call of her maker For a long time she bad been a sufferer from that dread disease consumption and was truly glad to leave all pain behind and go to meet her mother who had pre ceded her to the Promised Land by several years A beautiful and appro prlate sermon was delivered by Rev W E Arnold of Stanford after which the remains wore borne to the cemete ry and laid to rest How sad to see one eo young taken away yet how blessed to know she Is now asleep In Jesus and free from earthly suffering A lama shoulder is usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lalna Pain Balm For ale by Craig li Hocker Druggists Ii Did YOu ltd If itIv IWhy the opportunity to select your Spring Suit and furnish ings from one of the best lines IIever brought to town Come they are all gone PAYS TO TRADE AT rITr GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing t satisfiedIDanville Successors to J L Frohman Co v t11 i 9H I3i t ir tt HS 8t iii Shoes Shoes Of almost every description Brogans with solid inner sole flOO better grades for 100 and 1200as tolid as IRON Mens Genuine Vii poi fife Beautiful lasts and custom made 12 50 Patent Colt Skin J300 Patent Calf American Stock 1400 Patent Calf imported stock j5 Ideal Patent Kid Booths Stock So 00 There can be no bettor goods gotten than these last two items uo matter what price you pay Terms cash H J McROBERTS 1s4I J 1Ih rt t ix t1 W fi1 lGI1 11I J I if61t BOYLE NICHOLS 0 L COVER NICHOLS GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have Just received a tvlulppedforQUE BEJAIBJAG DEJAEJMENJaeIt well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol tteriug Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurialLincolnCounty eIeelNMN15 A C SNECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andZguaranteemanship as 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 Shingles Etc will duplicate anyprices offered i wwYYYYY YeI or 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 McKINNEY Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON t THE salary of a postmaster Is rcgu lated by the revenues of his onlcc which are mainly obtained by the sale of stamps In order to Increase his t salary the postmaster at Louisville put runners on the streets In March to Implore his friends to buy in large quan- titiest One firm bought 1500 w orth and by book and crooke the receipts reached for that month the lel1ulslte amount for a raise Dut the Joern ment wasnt to bo fooled In this way and the postmasters efforts are likely to fall The receipts for April aOlI May falling ojT 40 to 50 per cent tbe ofllclals began to smell a mouse and the salary will likely remain as It Is Your Uncle Sam Is sometimes a pretty bard man to fool TilE Louisville Board of Trade 100 strong Is arranging for a visit to the bluegraes cities Including Stanford reaching herp probably on the 19th A royal welcome will doubtless be exteod ed the visitors and steps taken at once by the ofllclals to entertain them Com- mlttces should be appointed and put to work at once to arrange a program and raise the money for its execution It may prove a good investment to give the gentlemen a true idea of our many natural advantages even leaving out of t the question the obligation to show those within our gates the courtesies befitting their calling and the necessity of maintaining our reputation as the true dispensers of Kentucky hospitality IT la said to be Fugitive Taylors greatest desire save to keep hImself from being tried and hung for coosplr acy in the death of Gov Goebel toiclr- culate largely in the democratic stroog holds of Kentucky republican papers that yell loudest for civil liberty I He says If hq ever gets able he expects to pay at the rate of five cents a copy for every extra civil liberty orJan circulated in the First Congresalni district in his interest or in the Inter est of the Brownie sideshow BUT for the Tl11manM Laurln em brogllo not many of us would have t known the name of the governor of South Carolina rather peculiar as its Gov McSweeney seems to be a rIght sharp sort of a fellow himself and quickI to grasp an opportunity to take the centre of the stage His letters to the principals in the row show that tbe Palmetto State would Jtm have a prete ty good representative even if both of them were put on the list of statesmen out of a job- PATTERNING after Indianas plghea ed executive the governor of Wlecoi sin refused to honor the requisition of the governor of Tennessee for FrAverback wanted at Clarksvllle for larceny of 8500 worth of jewelry WIi cousin seems to want some notoriety as a safe retreat for fugitives jealous no doubt of Hoosleraora ri tAIndiana preacher has just been sentenced to the penitentiary for a year and fined 1000 for parsing counterfeit nickels Since the Hoosie State became the refuge and harbor 01 assassins the traH of the serpent seem hang over all the people Even tbe toI are drifting to the demnl tlon bow wows THIS handsome compliment to Mark Hanna ought to entitle Congressma Grosvenor to a seat in the Senate or something better He says There has never been a time In the countrys his try when conditions would so justtf the election of a president to a third term as in the case of McKlntcy W C WHITNEY the mjlllonalr turfmanstatesman set em up t08 000 of his friends in celebration of his horse winning the English Derby Ht must have an eye to the presidency several years henna and realizes vIa what route the average mans heart le reached POLITICAL An attempt well be made In the Vlr glnla constitutional convention to dis- franchIse Illiterate voters y H Cook Faulkner of Barbourvllle who used to be a democrat is one of the rads who wants to be circuit judge of the Clay district The democratic Senatorial conven Lion of the 34ih district split at Jack son and each of the two factions noml nated a candidate for State Senator James T Sbackelford of Richmond will be transferred to the position of i storekeeper and guager and will be succeeded by R M Brown of London Capt W E Bell deputy collector in the Danyllle office goes to Lawrence burg to succeed C W Petty as deputy collector Ills place will be filled by L E Rue W P Walton Is now In some degree t editor and proprietor of three newspa rt pegs all semiweekly This record Is excelled only by that of Beer Ben Dcerlntr who though editor of three out in er MIsourlfoundtlmetodlscoverll sition Louisville Times editorial NEWS NOTES Drys won by 11 at New LIberty Snow fell for two hours Friday at Jamestown X D George Cumberland the actor and founder of the Elks Is dead Glp Owens was given four years for killing Tim Gregory in Clay A Louisville saloonkeeper has retired after C7 years behind the bar L R Belts aged SS and the oldeBt citizen of Georgetown Is dead Edward Moran marine and IBnd scapo painter Is dead in New York In a head end collision on the L and N near Colesburg seven men were injuredCashier R M Jackson of London was reelected captain of the London companyAll volunteers who have been serving In the Philippines have Ie It for home Capt Howard Blackburn 8tarted from Gloucester Mass in a 25 foot sloop for Lisbon The University of Chicago Is 1lrepar Ing to open a preparatory school In a lous parts of Europe The business district of Dallas Tex van visited by a fire which destroyed 1100000 worth of property Friday nights storm ruined the wheat crop of 400 farms West and torthxvest of Blackwall Kan Mrs Rose Hearne killed herself at Austin Tenn when the man vho- was to marry her failed to arrive Robert Fulford a Chicago contractor killed his motherinlaw in London Ont and then committed suicide Five men were killed and seven rounded by the explosion of a car of dynamite near Blnghamptlon N Y The American Medical AssociatIon adopted resolutions indorsing the movo lent for re establishing the army can teenFive hundred New York Central ma hlnists have gone back to work In obedIence to orders from their headquarters The cable between Canada and Australia will be 5S34i miles in lengtb the longest in the world and will COit 10000000The meeting of the Kentuc FoJC Hunters Association of this Stato will be held at Eillll Springs com enclng Nov IS It is reported In London that J P organ Is making arrangements to es tabllsb an AngloAmerican bankwhl vlll have a capital of 81000000000 Andrew Carngie has transferred 311 000000 in 5 per cent United States 8teel Corporation bonds to trustees for- tbe benefit of the universities of Scot landTwo unsuccessful attempts ere- made in one night to burn the Hlch- mann Va Baptist College worth over 300000 Expelled students are sus pectedA accompanied bv heavy rain swept over the eastern portion of Oklahoma Friday causing threo deatbo and destroying property valued at lOOooOIt 25003 to scrape the barnacles off one of the men of tear and rc- paint her The operation has to be repeated twice a year in the case of nearly every vessel Uaj W H Daly who was sur eon- veoeral on Lieut Gen Mlles staff In- Porto Rico committed suicide In Pltti burg It was his report that started the embalmed beef investigation A mob that was attempting to lynch a Tegro murderer at Carrollton Ga- was fired upon by the sheriff in the jail- corridor one member being killed and- three wounded The mob dispersed Sarah Bernhardt has agreed to pla1 nomeo to Maud Adams Juliet for 10- 0nights In America Charles Frohmai has just made the arrangements In- London Bernhardt will speak bell- Ineo In English lisa Ollle Tyson a poor Todd coun ty 1111 has fallen heir to great wealth Rhe has learned through her attorney- s she will receive 82000000 iron the estate of her uncle who died reo fly In Australia Andy Mitchell one of the assailants of lankln Clemmons an aged farmer of ayette county was given sentence of 10 years in the penitentiary lie- knocked the old man in the head with a pitchfork and robbed him of Sli5- On May 31 IDOl the Interest bearln- debt of the United States amounted tc 024480 The debt bearing no terest amounted to 838133430013 and debt on which Interest has ceased- sInce maturity amounted to 81456 12026 making the total debt 81324 SIU6339The of Joel Harts famous- statuo Woman Triumphant has- b3en discovered In Florence by W W- Polk of San Francisco and it Is now- stated that the statue will bo restored- The original was destroyed by fire- when the Fayette county courthouse was burned Col Wilson with 240 of Kitcheners SCOUle defeated 400 Boers west or- Warm Bathe The Boars left 37 dead 100 prisoners and all their wagons and- supplies including 8000 cattle In the- hands of tho British The British loss was three kilted and 15 wounded An- attempt to recapture the supplies fall led ffentyona houses were burned and icrous families were rendered homeless by fire In Lexh ton In tbe- vicinity of St Joseph Hospital The Is at 842800 with insur ance estimated at 813400 The build Inls were mostly of frame and a high wind the the good headway It was not controlled for two hours J ADDITIONAL LOCAL Fon SALE Two secondhand binders and mowers J T Jones Stan ford RBSBIIVBD teats fot thu elocutIonary contest June 21 are on sale at Jcnob orts drug store AN effort Is being made by torn of the citizens of Hujtonvllle to bu Christian College anti convert it Into a graded school THIBVES entered the residence If Wm Dupeo and Everett Owen at Junction City and etolu a lot of meat provisions t1ESTLE3taYA who never falls to see a good steer tells us that he counted 70odd cattle grazing on tho pike between Stanford and Danville JOHN WADE colored son of Jerry Wade of this place died at Hampton Va where ho was attending an Indu trial college The remains v ere brought here yesterday and Interred Ho would have graduated this month BIG DAYMr Val Fagaley tells U6 that childrens day at Parlor Grovs church Sunday was a grand uecees Tbere were between 300 and 400 people present and interesting talks w ere made by Rev J 01 Cook W H Thompson and others WENT TO SLEEIV Charles B Be hurura of Mi Vernon a freIght brakeman on the L k N was sent out near Lilly to flag an approaching train which did not arrive for some tIme wring the time he went to sleep on the track and the expected train arrlv cd and knocked him from the track erlously Injuring him THE ponotllce at Hustonvllle does lote of business If a correspondent from hat place Knows whereof he apes He says Over 5000 Utters paued rough our postofllce In seven days tcently This count did not Inolude thoe etopplgg here Mall Is dletrlb uted for 15 oltlces south and west that are reached by hack lines IT was no trouble for Laotian bae ball nine to defeat all of the vell ig teams during the graded scbool tournament but it met u Vaterloo hen it ran up against opr olub Jre aturday afternoon Stanford won tour to two as easy as shootin fish Jam arpenter was our good twirler aod gorge Florence caught him like veterao Wearen Hughes had a tang badly hurt during the game THE elocutionary contest given by- the Sliver Crescent Club Friday nlht proved a pleasing entertainment and ratber profitable one to the members the club The candelabra or I1ret prize was won by MU Hattie Snol- den of Lexington whose sublets wae The Martyred Mother Mlle Joe Allie Reid of this place won the second prize a handsome silver chafing dlsb- and Miss Gertrude Irvin of Ricbmon the third a silver goblet The pro- Jram was liberally Interspersed with vocal and Instrumental music whlc Ivas well rendered Dr W D TardilY was chairman and Prof F L Step pretented the prizes Rev J W lia- Iln and Attorneys L R Hughes and J Richard Bush were the judges CHURCH MATTERS lore than half of the proposed 830 000000 20th Century Tbankofferln to the Lord have been raised by the thodlsts Uncle Joe Hoppers meeting at- Silver Creek Chapel Madison county resulted in 20 additions and a genera awaklnln2 of the church members Eld J G Livingston Is contuctlni an Interesting meeting at LOAans- Creek church near Saulley which will- continua through this week There- have been several additions The temperance meeting at the thodist church Sunday night was lar jely attended and greatly enjo ed- Standlnl room was at a premium and- many were turned away unable to gait admission The young people of the- Epworth League are to be congratula ted on the suttees of their service In the interest of this great cause Then Is a strong temperance sentiment In- thIs community and the largo crows and deep interest manifested were b Indications of the strength of this Be- ntlment HUBBLE lJ W Givens killed 32 cut worms- from under one stalk of corn Elder A R Moore will fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday aftor- noon at 3 oclock J C Eubanks sold some fat hogs to J C Johnson for 510 L G Hubble Bold to G S Gaines some hay In the- 6tack at 65e- Mrs Bottle Walls of Garrard who has been at Joseph Price Infirmary beln ig treated for cancer is with her- sister Mrs A L Spoonamore and doing nicely The school house contract has been let to Laban Withers for 8455 ready for the furniture T C Rankin agree Ing to collect lha tax free of charge will meet tho patrons here Saturday June 10th R P Fox Sr a well known Madl son ounty horseman is dead A wife and everal children survive The Louisville Stores t Great Closing Out Sale J MEANS SLAUGHTER PRICES I D KID GLOVES Our stock of Kid Gloves is large and In order to close them out offer them nt less than half price 5 dozen pairs ladles kid gloves worth f 60 a pair to close out at tittc 5 dozen pairs Indies kid gloves worth 51 to close out at 49c t 3 dozen pairs ladles silk mite Worth t 25c to close out at 12c per pair t AAA q V OI 1 0000000000000000000o o ODD PANTS o O Mens odd pants worth f5 to to O close at f171 to 8240 a pair gOlle lot of mens cotton striped panU to close out nt 40e Q O 101 patra mens cotionnilo pants worth 9 50o to dose out at 36c O 100 pairs boys knee pant 4 to 16 O years had worth 60o to close out at M- oooooooooooooooooooo O Let L C Dunn Mt Salem strij your bluegnus sccdIFARM FOR SALE OR RENT ti Having determined to d to Oklahoma will aoll or rent my farm of si nrris a3 tram Huttonvllle near Ilu tooTlH nnd liradferdvllledke nice dwollltiR brood outbuildings nel Int a barn well water state of coltlrntton sad fencwlnKo3reri lr AUn M arms futxt lImbered Plofi Nov E OAlllESTEIt Ilstonr- flleWANTED 10000 Spring Chickens 100 Xo 1 Lambs 1I100 Xo 1 Old 75 Xo 1 Beeves 50 Xo 1 Shouts Cash market price paid fii the above by J B WILLIS Mgr Crab Orchard Ky P S1atei S and 10 per week Continued Growth T IELffHONf of IN Luct Has Issued a statement ness for the month tf Mayand the lncroaa In sutascrtbers U shown as follow Total number of ahCrtbeN slay 1st 1501aNumber added during MaySot Number discontinued durlnj May a2G Not Increase for the month 351 Total numberlnsyitcm May 01 st41 BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATE In tbe DliUlct Court of the Cnitsd Slat for the dlitrlct of KeDtiwky la the matter of Henry Martin A Son bankrupts In llankrupicf No Kln that the un l ntEiiiMl will as herebyUtire In of the undmlifno1 and at Irual Lincoln county Ky Iowa door In Stanford roiit July sth 111 tall date leing county Monday d and at about the hour of IS in protwlcourt bidder the hereinafter for ollr Mle to the highest dcrllJt rest etate 8 ld will Ie follows nethlrd ol the purchase pdreold ai In 10 dale ol IIlle and the nue malnlngtwollilrib of pnrcha a lrloe due In M unlerelgneil truue111 rom dale take lends payable to hlmwlf said bond will from date of sale untilrealbearing per the land to atuwith a lien retolold on paid of the purchase money and uld bonds to harotheforce and elt of redevln land The sold will he iiiirchixr or pnrcluarof proi erry executing to life tauia with alrl111 least two Rood iiirnlea The puriliawr liw the ol theeah for property and prlrlleje paying interest The Irln ecrtbel lbu land to he sold Is the 710 undivided Inter rft of H KOIartln In laid tract ol land and which laml U the oM home arm of Milton Martin allhanging Fork and contains about Ito aerrs- at ated on follows On theland Said is bounded as JaniM TDaugherty west north by the Martin and lan Moore Martin south by W and on the eut Uaufherty Vltnnniy hand lhls lit day 111110011ltL TruitM In Bankruptcy of K Martin t Son IJankrupti It A Chiles Attorney I u = c I I e 0I enQQO l17- c fFt 0 t OI00 E 0 joVC o Eft 030 o 0 C totfFt 1ef d 450 nut 3W and NEw Stand St and lutes tttenllon traveling llon feJj days flood given stock Phone o t handle the A H Car Jsel and 10 to otitj o They are Jl we jnow ut 40c G One Summer Corset Wo 5 ty to out at 23c S- j I One lot of mbies o rteti MK a lUy a i to ofo o out 46oe oo g coc cc i o 0 In Ladle ws are ctilllng half In two 0 500 pairs ladleviei kid a worth 0 13 to f are closing oat at Jl 31 to IS O yet pair 0One lot of lalll kkl 8llip ri elOie Q oat at GOo on tke iloUar they Mutt go 0 60 Indies shoes In small Bret ffi f3 iimllty to not at 40c I w L i j To Go to the to I f i For a will all his his CO Livery And Sale Stable Bruce Old Depot Stanford New stylish Turnouti reawmaile Sleclal to iilesmen i bought andsold on catinnUilon Single 0c lily Illtchee loc No hltche on public attention ill left hat ouriuu CORSETSlp We celebrated II have about joist ole qualityand offer them Into quail U close f at eCcc 00eee0 0000000000000000000 Slice SHOES tho prieg t to hair 0scloso 1o0000000000000000000 r Cummins McClary STANFORD KENTUCKY Clothing H ts Furnishings Shoes a Douglas Queen Quality SHOES t Agents Royal Tailors f No Need city buy Furniture By Wholesale or Retail W W Withers Ztanfor Has stock that please See uptodate line and get prices JH WARD Feed McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky liandfthobestM Feed te Prices very reasonable Ous KennedyMiller I f InTHESTANTOW Kv Jru 11 1001 t TRY tho Judge Tnft clear for a choice smoke ui 1ounyn Druj Store prescription work la unsurpass us and be coavlnccil Ionnyu IQUit PERSONALS KUJAII MOORR of Liberty was here yettenluy Miss STHLLA MCCUAUY Is visiting friend at Plat Lick Miss IJBSsm MATTIUS It gpinding a few doe In Louisville 0MJ68 NANSMM PiiKLiS of Fujrttto It with Mrs It 0 Hooker Cur W G WKLCII was conUned his room several days by lllnea MU IL M BALLOC wife and child ren of Lancaster were guest at Kid Joseph Hallouf- MK E N UrNDUtv of Springfield pent several day with hit brother Mr J S Hundley- MASTBKSGBOKOK GIVHNB Samuel avid Jamo UarrU ipont last week with relative at Mlddlciboro ONo B PHUITT W C Greening lid D C Allen of the Wet End hav- I returned from Cincinnati t MK A TUIHIILB of Junction City pent several days at Mlddlotboro I mingling with old friend MHS ANNB DCNS and MU Mabel Doan of Noblodvlllo Ind are guests at Mr Bed 011 Chancellor I MISS Plant BtMisSIDB und J W I Ilout Jr pont Sunday afternoon with MM Hugh Murray at Lebanon j ATTOKNBY GKKUKAL R J BHRCK isRioutt was here Sunday to sea Col i W 0 Welch wbo hili b en AND OIIlA IL S SCLDDKK Of McKlnney attended tbo banquet trivet by the alumni of Georgetown Colic MK J V AHVOID ipendlng week with tit purest at Boston Joe tt Kewlaod of Crab Orchards le Oiling ieao hi plane at the deHt during hi ab Miss CLARA VAX AKSUAtit of liar rodtburg hay returned home after a I pltotnat visa to Mhea Flora and Byrd 01IMRS W T MEKKIMRH of Llvloge i tot well known here Ares two ho et a burglar but unfortunately did not kill him t Mit Jolty MAURB and wife of Llv faction wore here Friday en rout M Laaoaitor to attend the burial o Mitt Lolta Ward- Miss MARY CAHI KNTKR wbo hn been intending school In Kama City If at home with her parent Mr am Mrs T t Curpuntor- DR It It IJOCKIOAN one of Ma rbn4 good oiilsen and kitueol demo eras Joined bit wile und children nt Mr U 0 Ilupleys Saturday t BOKN to the wife of B F Ferrell Monhiwl a mipound boy Tbenrc parenu have named him for Kentucky e Artyred eovernor William Goebel IllS Lot LKWIS oDd granddaugh ter little Currie Edward of Sao An boob TexHi who have been rbltlag elaitvM at Huttoavllle bare returned home STBCLE BAILKY of this place will be editor Inchief of the Oentra Co 1wIfge Canto next year Alfred A111 gins also of Stanford trill be bUillneld manager MK T II BODEK of LouUrtlle one of the tnott accommodating and skill ful of piano tuners sueni a week here anJ restored harmony to raaay an in etrutnenuMK K B MARKSIIUKY of Gar 1card found the pookotbook of Mrs W P Walton lost between narrod bur and Danville and hm her thanks for Its return GBOKUK A MCROHKKTS who has been prescription olork for W B Me Roberta hue given up hU position n Is resting up with hili wifes parents Garrard preparatory to taking a simi tt lar position with G L Penny Mlt A B McKlNNKY and handsome daughters Misses Emma and Nunn McKlnnsv of Lynnvlllc III aro vlsi log hid mother Mrs U B MoKinnoy In tho Wast End We are glad to eta o that Mr McKlnney Is prospering in h adopted homo PitOK AND MRS J W DAVIS of Mlddleburg Normal College were hero Friday and left at this olllco n largo order for catalogues They aro leaking a splendid Institution of learning out of 4their school apd wo aro glad to know they are being liberally patron zed Mir UOHEIIT U BROWN ono of Mt Varnons bet lawyer has entered tho law firm of Wesley Brown of Som t erect and tho firm name hue boon changed to Wesley Drown A Drown These three wldeawako young mon tcuko a strong team and will undoubtedly get their part of the legal bUll ness of tbo town and county AMONU tho 23 graduates of Cent re College and high upon the roll of hon or Is young Kenkrlck 5 Alcorn Stanford son of lion J W Alcorn and grandson of tbo late J S JCenclrlclc of this city We onco heardan elderly lady to whom Kendrick had paid so polite attention say of him That tlib nicest boy I eyer know and no will certainly make his mark In the world for I sea greatness In his soul throu his honest eyes Somerset Journal clorklngInMRS J W BRYANT of Versailles Is with Mrs E BcaJoy Mu AND MRS II C FARUIS horn taken rooms at the college for tho sum mar MR R WALTON EASTLAND of Ow onion U with his brother Mr A G Kastlnnd Tun Fancy Work Club will meet gulch Mrs C K Tutcat Bald Thursday aftarnoon MR MAX SAUNOHK was with Mana ger T D Runny In the Louisville Store yesterday Mil JACOII GiNSliURO and wlfo and lire Joseph Glnsburg spoof Sunday in Cincinnati MR LKWIS ROSBKIL who U Si years old Is very low und tear aro entertain ed thus he can nut recover Miss SUSAN VANARSDALK will en tertain tho senior sinus of Stanford Fc main College with n Flower Party this afternoon from to MR Jolla IL KsaLKMAN and wife spent Sunday with Mr C Butler Un gletnan of Paint Lick who Is very low of heart trouble MnymoItyFrank of Danville were with Mr and Mrs John Bright Jr steHarding who has made Doyle county a capital attorney for nearly 23 years Among outer good things about him tho paper soya Mr Harding IsaChristian gentleman over true to prin clpleclcan and upright In all his walk In life and his many friends are urging him for Congrefc for the circuit judge hip and other political honor It LOCALS lira FINISH at Craig Hooker ODD pant at costJtiVPorrln waGO to Craig t Houkarn for perfect lifting spectacles j NBW things In neuk wear at Cum min McClary LOT new reouldlng for picture fram Baa lay Hays V ANT D to rent a onehorto grai tripper Edward Carper G KNCINH Dearlng Fixtures for sale by D S Carpenter Huttonvlllo candelabrasfolor Wn have just marked all our ladles Wad gents Tan Shoos at cost This Is your chance John P Jones W L MCCARTYS toro at Kings villa was broken Into last night and a considerable haul mode oflfift nitRKNT Residence due rooms on Danrtlle Avenue S1 acres of land Splendid location II CCCb90000 SWBKT IOTATO plant for sal e Bermuda lOo 100 Southern Qneon m Bratlllan J5o W S Wlgham Moralaod Ky 0 MKN WASTED T6 able bodied work on the Danrllla sewere Steed y niilovm ent for six months at 91 IIJ L PaU rOB A Co eontrac- orll PROP M E PituiTTs school at Maryland closed Friday evening with appropriate 8xarelt eA at tha Methodist church In the presence of a largo and enoe TllK next examination for white teacher will bo hold nt the courthouse rlday and Saturday June 21 and 22 Supt Garland Singleton sake us to state MlSSKS ADAMS Hustonvlllc will sell their millinery stock on reasonable moInon them thehlndtoST and will convert it late a sod bulldlttono InContrnlKontucky leSTOCK nFDUCTJOAboUL ssoooo LincolnNationalduco tho capital to 50000 and curt JBtbodirectors RollagscapitalStanford as of Heavytaxesgreat reduction AltItRSTfUGeorgoSLopbenBon JosupbWbltlo blLlnllheenbroughinted was arrested several weeks ago and likely thathoth will be tried at fthis term of court Stepheoson mar ried soar Fulton and snored to Tex but came buck some six or seren months ago and engaged In farming whore ho was doing well and making caelIsy r Fishs arrest for the crime and also that ho was being hunted The re whoghed ch up the case will got a good share EXTRA Clean Red Top Cane Seed Ulgglns McKlnney patentViolNEW mounts and carbon finish plot urea and everything new Miss Sa cray FOR tbo revIteatIdea Kid shoes for ladle and gents to to J P Jones Ruth iitltlt that our terms arc cash kld8JKICKED nv A Mcus Louis little non of Jatns T Jones was kicked In tho taco bII mule Saturday Fortu nately bo escaped serious Injury WALTER C GRKEXINO will make a Iettlnlstorebouse next to his store there and hill commenced on a nice cottage on his lot on thIsofhankfor which let us gore thanks Those o our patrons wbo have been putting oil tbo payment of their accounts because revenuedJ W PBRRIN thinks there is oil un der his store Every now and then th pavement just in front of his door Is covered with a treaty fluid that comes up between the bricks Thero Is little doubt that there is oil In and around Sanford and If It is found In quantities MO may all bFrich yet TUG will of Mr David W Vandc probateda property real and personal to his wlfo equallyC Varnon lira Mattle Kirby nod Nannie Vaodeveer at her scorn Craig Jaekmans will leaving MH probatedTblsextent of yesterdays business In tba county court FAIR DATB CIIA UIWThe Huston vllle fair date bne been changed from July 21 25 26 to July 31 and Aug 1 and 2 when the best fair In Contra Kentucky will be held Those who hove enjoyed the hospitality of our Wct End friends during fair time or any other time as fir at that Is con cerned aro looking forward with pleat urn to the above date and will bo on hand from early till late Paper tba kayo mentioned the Huslonvlllo fair will oblige us by making mention of the change of date ACTINO on our suggestion that the people of Stanford make some preparettion for the coming of Mayor r and tbo board of trade of Louisville on tbo 18th a meeting was held at the Hxcoun ell bad appointed Mr Varnon and Mayor Monafeu a committee to confer with our busies men and make some ar rangements for the entertaining of on distinguished guests during tbelr few hour stay hereavid last night Dr W1M to act them These gentlemen were request viatthey d remain with us tie and report at a meeting to be held at the courthouse at T10 tomorrow Wednesday evening when it Is hoped scarp citizen of Stan ford wbo can will be prevent and lend a band in preparing a program that will all be glad to carry Into execution CIRCUITCOURT Circuit court bo gun yesterday nod for three long 4 weeks Judge Saulley will bo found In his seat in the circuit court room dill pensing justice Ills charge to tho outuevery point and have been printed in full had not the adver floors taken so much of our space Jobng Anse1pr C Cover W A Cash B F Vowel M B Eubanks and Alfred Davis These gentlemen compose tho pot WallJohn Stone R L Hublle J H McAl later J B Gllkereon D B Flint EdUnder wood W A Carson W S J II Boone A D Root R G Collier L G Hubble J E Bastln II C An derson and W U Parsons Of the 2tt Indictments principally misdemeanors on the flrsi days doe et 10 were continued until tbo no term The case against Dudley Vuught for murder committed nearly 20 years ago was dismissed tho witnesses foil lug to appear The murder case against Thomas Fish and Geo Stephenson was set for Monday next The caso against Mace Scarborough charged with hOI stealing was dismissed Charles Brown was acquitted on the charge of Wasloco WulU for the samo offense was toed 325 and given 10 days in tall Tho proceeding to require of J T Adams n peaco bond was continued until next Monday Matilda Daugher ty wbo had sued herr husband Daniel dlillmlsiicdhereafter CONCERNING TURNPIKES heldJunopnsldtng With till following JUktl- ce IJW A Coffey und W U Wallen It U ordoreil by the court that tho turn dlvldfdIntomagitMtt08dared that th amount kind quality and Uiintltj of metnl to bo spread upon each turnpike or section thereof be advertised papersrUbmend shall bo spread upon the turnpike or suction thereof It Is further that llio metnl shall ho placed by tho contractor upon the margin of the turnpike or section thereof In caudltlnn to be measured the ntHglstrato In whose district the turnpike or section thereof U located and nhun men certl0edbyregular October and April terms In ouch year und when approved bv gold court tax ty per cent of thu voice thereof shall bo LieCohnwhenrhave been spread upcn the turnpike or magictraceald metal shall be spread and the thickness thereof No motel shut be spread before litSealed tho court nut later than IS oclock noon standard behepersonakingThe clerk of till court Is directed to have printed copies of this order together with andethereof Att GEO II Council Clerk A Copy gTANIOUI DISTRICT 0 I Stanford and Lancaster lanetGSec 2 from Wm Logan to Oarraril line 5 rods rock and II rods gravel Hush branch pike pIkEtol1ubbtoJtDanville and Lancaster pike IS roes rook Stanford and Danvlllo pike lIopperhluoo 1I0yloIIStanford and Knob LIck pike rl1tetoIC x from Hanging Pork creek to Dan lravelLIncolnStanford and Mllledgevllle Dike r1ketoSee from 3leQbrmucks Church to Mll ledguvlllo It 13 tats gravel CHAH OIICIIAKD DISTRICT NO Crab Orchard and ChappellD pap pike 20 rods gravel plkoSec Orchard IS rods rock Sec t from G W Evens to Garrard Rue IS rods rock pikeSecOrclmra pike to Wilkinson Ilrnnch II rods rock Soc 3 from WilkInson Itninch to Crush Orchard und Lancaster pike 10 rods gravel pikeSec Ilaugh moos lane S rods rock lIyatenSec 8 from liywaten gate to Grab Orch ard rods gravel pikeSec pike to J G Lynns liouo rods rock Sec 2 from John G Lynns house to lloones blacksmith shop S rod rock Sec a from lloone bluckstnlth shop to Ottcnhvlm 30 rods gravel Stanford Dlx River Ourrard County and piker AN railroad to mouth of Duddernr mill road J II Illiitfs 12 rods gravel IfVStanford und Lairnos Creek pike rods grmvel VAYNESnUIta DISTRICT NO 3 piketiff pike 10 cols tuck 1 Irom Cttunhelm pike to Maywoodcoon ty road at foot of sap M rock a Front MnywootI road foot of gap to Carters store 10 rods rock From Carters store to Hutchisons rockv schoolhouse to huts store 0 rods rocks llutf store to Klngsvllle pike rods rock houseOts Geo Guinea house to G W Cleft house cola rock u Prom O W Clefts house to Waynes burg rods rock- Klngsvllle and Pleasant Point Pike Sec from Waynesburj pike to county rood loading to Ocuey county 10 rasa rack 3 Prom Cusoy county road to Klog vllle 10 rods rock Turnlllke15rOlhTurnersvlllo McKinnoy Station and Cottoys IIII ltket rockC McKlnney to toll house 15 3 From toll homo to old Vm Pair house rods rock lntersec1ttale rock MlilSplkot2TunplkatSlols house 10 rods gruvel and S rods rock 31teHUSTONVILLE DISTRICT SO Hustonvlllo and Ilradfordvlllo pike 25 rods gravel Hustonvlllo Llburtyplko M rods gravel plkeiSec Sta tion 10 rods gravel 2 From Moroalnd to Bnyle county line 40 rods gravel- Carpenters Station und Moroland Station CravelTurnerlvllle pike 10 rods at gravel McKinnoy and Turn rsvllIo pike from J S gravelStanfordEel I from Stunford to Tornersvllle ao rods rock Turnersvlllo to Hustonvlllo 5 rodsgrnvuS pikeSechouse 8 roJ gruvel 2 From Sam Helm to 0 HUhopg i rods gravel a From C l shopa to Stanford and Knob Lick pike 10 rod grouchIAttest This Space Has Been Engaged For One Year by John Bright Jr Co- IM Who Succeed the Firm of Warren Shanks and Through this Medium will TILL THEJPSPLE What They Have ToSell We are still showing A Splendid Assortment Of Linen Lawns Persian Laws Egyptian Tissues White and Colored Piques Brown Dress Linens Duck Etc And The Best Line Of Embroideries Laces Hosiery and Kid Gloves ever shown in Stanford Our entire stock consists of the cream of theimarket Buy of us and you get good goods only JOHN P JONES Stanford r I We have just freshened our Midseason StockOF Sun ner Dress Goods And Notions with new dimities lawns piques ginghams tissues lace bands in black and whitv Val laces plearl buttons belts ties collars fans and umbrellas We are showing an immense line of Dry Goods and Small Notions Our line of Ladies Oxfords and Slippers is compl- eteSeverance Sons j We have one of the largest and best selected stocks of Vehicles I 1 Ever brought to Central Kentucky and aro prepared to show you i lylowFarming IDJpJel1lelltsIIncluding Farm Wagons Tooth and Disc Harrows Plows Rollers Etc in everything in tho implement line used on the farm We have our own Rubber Tire can replace your old Rubber TiresIMuch cheaper than you can send to the city and Lave it done and also save you freight charges Call when you aro In town Bruce Bright Danville s New Goods New FirmJAnd Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly FreslAn- dlyou I have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage wills J bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsco usNa W W SAUNDERS CO i Phone 88 HO West Main Street ri F t THE INTFHlORJOURNALI Enlcrtd n the pottoffice at Stanford at tcondclatt matter SnbylshaTueitayaasdFriaavs 1 PER YEAR CASH will lubUIdVfh n not topildOSSOO = Posted MT farm Is posted und I will not permit to hunt fish or InanyoneJ on It Those who do so will bo prosecuted lo the full extent of the law EKNST CMMASK ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE Manufacturer orIB RI CKtAnd Dealer In a Lime Cement c o Write For Prices iiIA S PRICE SurgeonDentist I Stanford Ky Offlc licRobe ptDlugntSmn In the Owiley I R A JONES DENTIST Stanford KjOffice over lilggins tit McKinncys Store Telephone No JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the George Jlolmu property In Crab Orchard where I will be glad to give you flour meal bran ahlrntutr ic for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds bran to tho bushel of 2 wheat Our Is ground on the old faablor 43 Inch burrs It to my desire to keep this exchange at your town and I trust you will me a liberal shnro or your I retail flour and meal at wholesale prices The flour and meal are made at tho Farmers Holler Mill at Stanford I soil corn by the teed or bushel MORRIS FRED H Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange FRUITTBROSMORELAKD KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor t STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKSES IKALIU IS Furiiiture3IntUiisRuKS And Wall Papert They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Uivethem a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY j J+ G + YJcGwl Y t UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalearln HARNESS SADDLERY C Kyf SAW MILL FOR SALE deslroto sell me saw mill or will trado It for stock or will move It to a body of timber and saw It If party wishes O W StsrLETOX Crab Orchard FOX 5 LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCIO Roves and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at till times W Logan Wood Manager GO TO F KRUGER Mt Vernon 1JrcI lowwt prim lie can ies a full and complete ttDry lloodi Hooti Shots list Traceries nard Ar and Dam Imrgalci In all linn Krer Ire new and to date Dtvid Pointer h ruan in hUnloreandhe Invites his blends to call on hi- mFainting Repairing andI am prepared to paint repair your buggy carriage or wagon In dratc ass style Experienced men to do It and work guars teed ou can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H GREEK Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Mills STAUiOSD KY MORRIS FRED PROPRIETOR 4 I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind Ingnnd that I will nt all times furnish tbe best o- fFlour Heal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to gho you the best results Dont mi but bear lu mind nlwav that I need your- patronalte MORRIS rUED Iror Drs Slaving PhilliDfO- STEOFATHISTS Will be In DanTlll Mondays WKlnt J jt alld Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuel jf Thursday and Saturdays Office In the IVnnln ton UiilldlDZSUnfordUI lice hours 9 to 12 to rI OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed T Dr Of Klrt rtU Mo depends vlnelpfesofdnatomyand PhjrtUlogy for Ita re alta ItnanlmMfaHk no drug no rubbing no surgical claims hing super natural Osteopathy views man ass machine oho taaot rUlU h adpadmsat When all part are properly adjusted sod not orerworted be1th- a the Some of the diseases trtated by us trnui rojtratlon Itradaebe Neureigta IthmimatUm atarrh Weak tfI insulated Lids tiohre Heart Urer and Lung Oiteftee Orastlmilan StoaatealiHall ljuwet Inllllla truubles of lJeaH aoo- J chand debts- aralysi IbuSpinaiCurvatures ikloatlosastir taxe oa Urlee Locouwior la Disess a rclalty ConwlUttoi Free incoln County National Bank Capital Stock 110000- 0iuoetMertoTbeFanutnBcnk Trust Coopan and under sate oootlnu- ou ly fur J Yaws Solicits Your Bank Account ping mill taila relaitoai vUl pave ouu 1IIeMIdaI and leal Dill tTOa5- JJ l81tolll J e sr JtA CrFEW IIS H 3Unki JF Cash J a Owilej OmCioRS S H Shack Priaent- B OaleyC uhler W H BrlHt Ant Caeb IRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY ij iUlStsi 50000 Snrplai 10000- rbtilnitltutlonorUlnally eitaUlibed at the rollt Bank of Stanford In then reorganized ai heNatlonal Dank of Stanford ID I8S5 andagal- rtorallbed ai the Flrit National Dank of Stanton n ielhn had prattltally an uninterrupted ezlit cfor41yeari It li better supplied now lllatllltlfl for tran actUbQilBMi promptly and erer before In lit long sail bonoiab career Accounti of JlflJuiIi flJuclirln llnaiTldualiiolIcltwlDIKICTOai F Reid Lincoln Co JW Hayaen Stanfur S T Uarrli 8 H Basjhman J SUocktr TP UI11 Wp Walton W A Trltble J ICoUlarCrabOreba Ja UoMMon IlukW M DElmore Stanford Orelraae- J llotker President J J McBoVerta Caihltr You will find at James Fryea Store the Inrgbst anti most attractive line of MENS BOYS CHILDRENS CLOTHING Shoes and Slippers for I Ladies Men Boys and Girls iAComplete Line of Dry Goods Notions Etc Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Etc Also a complete 07 LINE OF GROGERI ES iE For less than you can buy the same goods at other stores JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE Crab Orchard A Stephenson has located his art gallery near the telephone exchange and promises satisfaction In his work Give him a call Aunt Amanda Roberts continue very low with no hope of recovery Truly Death rldca on every pasaln breeze and lurks In every flower so many of our saintly souls are paeslnf away Gloomy weather still prevail but a rift In the clouds betokens fairer skies and we trust the clouds which wrap the present hour servo but tp brighten nil our future days Gardens lire beginning to recover from the recent hall stormWe will venture the assertion that there is not so pretty a railroad park in Kentucky as we have at Crab Orchard Our depot agent certainly merits credit for Its tastily arranged muchI beds whoso loveliness Increases day Our cltlaens should be proud ol It Hugh Logan one of our enterprises young men has sold his saw mill antI has brought on a nice line of dry goods and groceries to till the shelves and counters In the storeroom formerly occupied by A H Bastln Morris Frd seems to be doing a flourishing business on Stanford street He desires the call of persons In need of articles in his line The ladles of the Christian church will soon have a new carpet for the church the interior of the church now undergoing a thorough repair ready for a touching up by feminine hands so with our two worthy pastors Brethren Bailey and Shepherd the spiritual out look here is encouraging The ladles of tbe Baptist church will give a straw berry supper next Wednesday night week and the ladles of tbe Christian church are planning a literary feast In the near future Charles Redd Sr Is critically MrslDrlie bedelde Dr Robert Redd Is con siderably Improved Dr W J Edrals ton has been absent for some time treating and attending Dr Estos and wife of McKinney both of whom have been very ill but reported better Mrs Toe Rlneheart and family of Livings ton are with Mrs M E Fish Fish and family of Louisville StarkI ting relatives here Misses Annie Bronaugb and James and Rosco Perkins returnod Sunday from Lexington where they ittenfied commencement exeroiias of State College Mrs Katie Saou of somerset has ben visiting relatives bore during the past woek Bowman with went to Corbin Saturday UtI wife Is prepared to receive sumner warders Andrew Buchanan went to Lebanon Monday for a brief visit to bis later Mrs A Addams Mrs Ada- Otrter returned to her home after a ileasant visit to Mr and Mrs Curtis Jover Mrs Judge Collier who Is pending the summer with Miss Fannie aaeford made a visit Saturday to her In Mu Vernon Judge Collier rill likely locate here on account of the health of his wife If he can obtain suitable properly KINGSVILLE T F Johnson ts shipping large bill of lumber to the cities Strawberries are rather late this season but unusually line They are selling at toe per quart Logan Walls and family who have been living on Mr J E Brucos farm near Stanford have moved back to their home here Johnnie Green Wall was over from Stanford Friday Born to Mr and Mrs Wallace Wal tera line boy Born to Mr and Mrs John Hart a little one of same gender MUs Ada Shelton of Rowland Is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Fualrs and other relatives Mist Gertrude Pennybacker Is visiting bet sister Mrs D P Dtneen at Somerset and will go thence to Knoxvllle to visit relatives Mr and Mre William Ca rey and little son after a pleasant visit to relatives here bavu returned to their home at Lebanon Junction Mts Marie Virginia Johnson will entertain several of her young girl friends of Stanford during the strawberry tea son Miss Elite B Carey will leave soon for a protracted visit to Lebanon Junction Willie Murphy has returned from Ludlow Assessor C G Baker Is an Insurance agent employed by Jesse- D Wcaren of your city Messrs West Swain and several other drum mcrs were here Friday and Saturday Ills LIFE SAVED BY CHAM HER LALVS COLIC 01IOLKHA AND DIAHKHOEA UEUEDY III am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llenicdy at one time saved my life says A E Lafeltt of Gregory Landing Clark county Mis sours I was in such bad shape that the doctors sttd I could not live When vas at the lowest ebb one of bors brought in a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera cud Diarrhoea Remedy sad I took it end got instant relief I coon got up and around That was nine years ago soil I am still in good health Since thou that medicine has always been III my house and always will be Its the best on earth tor sale by Craig ft locker Druggists IItdevelops that Louis Myers who gas captured by Leo Turner at Half ray House near Mlddlesboro killed two women in Virginia two men anti wo United States marshals In North Carolina the shunt of Union county Pena and otHcers In South Carolina There Is all told 82500 reward fur him lIe is held awaiting a requisition from Gov Ayoock of North Carolina EWAUK UK MSIMFNTS tUB CATAKUM THAT CONTAIN MFBCVKY at nnnury wilt wrtlT ilfdrar the MM at MMlI aDd cwuipUtrly lne s lIe whole a coat w1 eteTlg It throufh he mum ui tarUtw such nlrUckhould ocr to md esepe on pntrrl UM IIOH reputable pllIt m in darI e ttaer will du U tee fold lu Ikw goal jrou era pawl lr lUrlr from them Hull riUrrk cure mum atunl by FI Choy to Totole U det no a urr aDd It take littrnillj rtlot tracllr IIUM ihlallaodMMl murotuuhreofthe- meas In bulag 1111s CcUfrh Cut hi turt lou tn the tniitiir It N Yew IktefMUr aM- iuade la TulMlo o 6y J CtMoer A Co Twtl metal tree Sold tjr drvKteis ftU rte per itll taws FIT Pal in Ite Ma- tGeorge Smith colored died near In laoapolU need lob He claimed to have been married 34 times and thut be as tbe father of by children KE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUG STORE Write To TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT 0 OF LEXINGTON KY And get a sample certificate of their now issue or call on J M Alverson local agent at Interior Journal Oflice Stanford A G MORGAN Secy No3 W Short St French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud Hook of America also In Kciiubllquo- rruncufoe Harm Nutlomiux No 12803 Winner of first tlrlzl1 at the National Universal Exposition IarN 1897 and In isns com peltingwith over 60 fitalllon Imported by1 Tlcliener Co Chicago In I8US with small star black points 1634 hands high weighs In working order 135 pounds fouled April 2s Isus M Lemolnnd of Ccmtnunu of Hubunrllle department of Iumorclil got by the Government 8talllonllrau e dam Charmantl by dam Kerolutlon QUASI will make the present season of 1001 at my farm SJj miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo plko AT SIO THE SEASONOR SID TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT Mares kept on at SOc per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or escapes Dorscy Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estelle 219j Sired by Xllcadl Golddust 4100 by Oolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan data by Zllcndl an Imported Arabian stttlllou Honey Golddust dam Is Florence br0olden Mingo Chief a son of GalTi Morgan making him un Intensely Inbred Morjjun Stallion dv cendlng from Justin Morgan on both sides tho best fatally of road horses known Dorsey Oolddust U a dark bay full It hands high and weighs lSOO pounds a proven and uniform breeder of hlglcclass road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prices Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford at 110 to Insure a coK Will stand a good mule at 1 V REID Stanford Ky v JM r 6 THE National Weekly Investment Co INCORPORRTEO Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street LexingnJKy See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages + Buckboards o Carson Pence Stanford GO TO W ga McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains SSSSSSSSSasaa 0 Special Prices d S On Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits for next N Thirty days e W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky ee teteeeeeeeeee e + eo o ee n h Big Stone Sale Going On At Met olMa The greatest Iltrxain w 11t4 lTc4ed in afrnn Ladies end Children burr beard of In the State of Kentucky kens batin Jolt and Yicl Kill Hhuen Jt- S2 sale price 81k tsar pair lilies Vboet worth frog 81 50 to W Vi per pair sale price from 3te to Tic per pair Childrens Hbtowlck up Great Bargain In Clothing Men26 Suit for 250 Men ftOSuita for IH IlL Mens fib to Its Suit for i 9 to 33 76 Illidwhileprice for produce and junk The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Qlnsburij Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Dank J T CastaI1gesWith Steel Ovens Are rapidly becoming more f oUlu Try one nod you will see why ill SatUfio tion Guaranteed George H Farris Con 0000FILSCiIFTI ISODD O Receive the most careful attention nod flre Filled With TUB Best material The Lowest CASK Prices d CRAllcQJ I HICKIRQ