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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL xxix STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 18 1901 9 A ltlI NO 33 r IIILAND STOCK CROPS ETC lv T Panco bal bought several loti of lambs at 4 to Ho learling Durham bull for sale W II Murphy Stanford Ky 4t OLntci t Co bought of various parties a bunch of hogs at 4i to ale W W Lyon t Co sold to R L El si kiD a harness Raiding for 8 210 0 P Huffman bought of Fox L Harris two 1U00 pound catllo at 4c W W Saunders told to T E Adams C of Dryanuvllld a bay gelding for 8125 Thrco fine hlirb grade red bulls ready for service for tale S M Ow COLaTwoie hundred acres of cantaloupes have been planted In the Pccos Valley Now Mexico Jones Bauubroan and E U Powell S of tho Nest End cleared 81800 on 05 acres of bemp II T Oxnard paid 111500 for a yearling by St Gatlcn dam Flcurettc at Shccpihcad flay James MclCcobnlo has lost by death loveral coodtlted hogs The disease Is something Itlco cholera J H Donta sold 70 head of 175lb doge to J O JohD8tononl So and a bunch Of lambs n05c Advocate Walter Coleman shipped Saturday 1 lamb for which they paid Cic The conilgnincnt was for Cincinnati Burgln Record Arnold k Dro of IUcbmond bavq bought several crops of growing wheat ID Madison at 05o Tho crop of that county will hardly bo a halt one Dr J G Carpenter shipped to DrI Joseph Price of Philadelphia a two months old registered Jersey bull calf I It was a gift to the noted surgeon from Dr Carpenter James McKcchnle plowed up 10 acres 1of hemp and Ie putting the land in no attributes the failure of his hemp crop to cut worms and dry weath er just alter the seed was sown A man In Ohio hat a goose of the gander kind that Is more than 100 years old It Is said that he still leads the young broods to the creole with alI V much pride ashctlld 00 or 03 years ago Lyon tCo of the Ilusloavllle eeeI tlon have a stable of 18 as One horse as mortal could wish to see In theI bunch Is a lOt hands high bay harness gelding with knee action to spare They told him at SI 000 Alccdo A Kentucky horse and an OJtI elder In the betting won the Brooklyn Handicap before 20000 people In alImost world record time Etbolbert the favorite finished far back Silver dale the Schorr colt won the rich St Louts Derby from Sannazarro a Lex r legion colt Sllvcrdalo was favorite DANVILLK COCIT Yesterday was the dullest court Danville has had In a year There wore 150 cattle on tho mar ket but only a very few changed hands A bunch of heifers went at 3c and some extra Ono yearlings brought 6c The horse and mulo market was oven duller than the cattle market 1 Allx 2031 queen of the turf foaled- a filly by Handspring 2281 at two years last week It Is also announced tbat speedy Nancy Hunks the ex queen has foaled a filly by Peter the Great 2071 at four years and Bcuzot ta 2001 queen of tho four year old race mares a filly by Axtollloo 225 son of Axtell 212 ex king of three yearolds i Walter Terhuno bought 20 suckling X mule colts al from 820 to 970 A J ColemAn has bought several hlghclas road horses in this and other counties for Philadelphia parties at from 1300 to 8500 WC Carpenter has placed with Mr Billy Vandlvlcr 73 hogs at 515 to bo fed till August at tho same rate for what he puts on tbemDar rodsburg Democrat Tho following from dear old Dr Woods of the Howling Green Times Journal II greatly appreciated Tho IXTEttlOUJOUnNAL whoso unsurpassed reputation was gained through the cd itorial management of Mr W P Wal ton and which Is splendidly suetatne brother Mr E C Walton ttIformer o session of the Uarrodsburg and Intimates that he will become a citizen of that city ndglto tton to the conduci of that ready tln Morcor countpaper atbundantreaeoa to lellclate thom salves In so valuable an acquisition their newspaper ranks and as Will Walton and hlsoxcellenl family That iho Democrat will bo a paper of which tho readers will have occasion to speak of with prldo needs no prophet to glvo It force l nOW IT IS DONE The first object in life with the Ameri can jeoplois to get rich the second bow to good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the jgood health by using Should you be I a despondent sufferer from any of the of feels of Liver Complaint An pendlcitie ndige61ion etc such as Sick headache niiin tni of the heart finnrl Stol1lach of the Spirits etc you need not suffer another lay dose the wollknown Augu Flower will relieve you at once Go t 1ollns DrugStore Regular get a snmple freo size 75c Get Green a Prize Almanac I I ELD II J IlNICKUTOX Of Central Christian College Huston vlllo who was elected president of Stanford Femald College Saturday at lernoon Is one of the best educated men In this section and Is not only a well kaowtt educator but a doe preach or Besides bis duties as president of the above College be has vey accept ably tilled the pulpit of the Hustonvllle Christian church IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Caroline Brown aged 30 Is dead In Jessamine John Q Walt a good citizen of Som event Is dead of consumption Danville darkles will bold a three days felt commencing Aug 15 A futile effort was made to burglar Ixe Dr W C Roberta at Danville Joe Kewland formerly of Madison was killed In Illinois by llgbinlng Somerset people will be treated to an old fiddlers contest tomorrow night MIddlcsboro has a dancing club known as the KeopEvcrybodyAt It A J Wesley has been appointed poslmatler at Antel Pulakl county Ed King and WlUIo Brlttaln Negro boys were drowned in the Cumberland sear Wllllamt url Dr F A Taylor was shot and mor tally wounded by F L Humble at lion sell Springs Russell county Homer Batson formerly of Lancas ter will be In ExGor Bradley law plJloe with him In Louisville Miss Mary Vanover aged 65 way killed by a falling tree on Cumberland mountain near Mlddlesboro Tho city council of Richmond has fixed tbo rate Qt taxation at 81 on the 1100 worth of taxable property Tho Masonic celebration at Livings ton has been changed from the 24th Insl to a date later to the summer It is reported that there are 40 cases of smallpox In Mercer county 18 of the patients being residents of Harrbds burllIClay Goodloe of Danville has ae copied the position of physical Instruc tor In the Western Texas 11111tnr Academy The 0 S railroad has taken an op flea on 10 acres of lead at Burgln at 8200 and will moro than likely put in toY there Elliott Poa Smith of Richmond will represent Central University In th Intercollegiate Chautanqua contest a Lexington July 4 Chief of Police Hughes of Somerset arrested C Jackman who deserts- from the training ship Topeka of tho United States navy Tho promoters of the proposed com sloe of Eastern Kentucky coal miss bavo secured an option on 23000 acres of land in Laurel county It Is ballet od the deal will be made- J Bryan Stone of Jamestown ws s IbootlngbetweooTaylor Ho a brother to lions J B and G E Stone of Liberty The Wano 011 Company organized with a capital of 8300000 has tiled ar ticles of incorporation at Frankfort The company intends to dovelo oil lands in Wayne and counties Mrs J V Young of Moutlcollo file Illtteeatoemployd of the census bureau for sev oral months The body was brought to Kentucky for burial Rev W M Anderson of Oklahoma City will lecture at Fork Church In oyu e the reputation of being a very Inter shoalrIllS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBER LAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIAllimOEA REMEDY I am lure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy al onetime saved my life says A E Lafelatte of Gregory Landing Clark county Mis sour I was hi such bad shnpo that tho doctors Slid I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of my neigh bore brought In a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea tamed y and I took it and got instant relief I noon got up and around That was nine Years ago and I am still in good health alwayds on g Hocker Druggists CHURCH MATTERS Tho Kentucky Baptist Association will moet at London next year In a scathing arraignment from tho pulpit the Rev E L Powcll of tho First Christian church In Louisville denounced Millionaire Henry DL Flags lor and Prof George C Herron for seeking divorces from tbelr wives The Baptist church at Now Liberty will celebrate the 100th anniversary of her history June 2123 Dr J M Frost of Nashville Tenn who was himself licensed to preach by thq church will preach the centennial sermon John Alexander Dowie the Zion ist leader declares tbat the Chicago physicians have formed a plot to kid nap him and cause him to lose his rea son He still proclaims himself to bo Flush reincarnated and says that ho Is Immortal Tho Kentucky Baptist Association has adopted os denouncing the modern divorce laws and urging tbat Baptist churches refuse to re ceive or retain In their membership persons who have been divorced and who have married again contrary to the Icrlpturallaw The new Christian church at Cyn thlana was dedicated Sunday The lerrlceswere conducted by Rev J J Haley pastor of the congregation ass elated by Elder 7 T Sweeney Tho church Is situated on ono of jho most deflrablo sites In the city and the structure alone cot 834000 Rev R D Blvcns pastor of the Northern Methodist church at Nlchol aavlllc Will fined 85 end costa In the police court Rumors have teen afloat concerning the conduct of Mr Blvens and his church appointed a committee to Investigate the matter When they called on him to talk the matter over It Is said be assaulted one of them Thomas Jacobs Mr Jacobs bad him arrested for breach of the peace to which charge be pleaded guilty Mr aIwarrant Jacobs whoso trial takes place today MATRIMONIAL At Wellsburg Tenn two Dotaonele tel married two Dotson brothers and the officiating minister was the Rev John Dotson Miss Nannie Goer and S A Mc Dowell of Somerset were married at the home of the brides father W B Gover by F M Hill Miss Anna Heldburn aged 17 and Lawrence McGraib 71 were married at Shawnee Tenn by Squire Hamil ton having eloped from Luttrell The girl is good looking and is said to hay moneyHenry M Flagler has brought suit under the new Florida divorce law to divorce from its wife whom he allegeyt of Mr Flagler A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE CougRemedyown families in preference to any othe Remete years satisfaction to myself and customers atedt m own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and the cough following la grippe and found it very efficacious For sale by Craig it Hocker Druggists reportthe of t duringthatdoing business In the State received as premiums 5325OsO 60 and paid out lo policy holders 8217184037 Policies numbering 26JtI5S were written incur Inv holders to the amount of 8154818 572 Tbo premiums of the tire and 8300Jg pedr You assume no risks when you buy Diatr re fund your money if you are not satisfied after using 1L It is everywhere admitted to be the most ucccsiful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never tails It is pleasant safe and reliable Mrs O W Marshall and E T Calnun ot Nlcholasvllle were arrested at the Fifth Avenue Hotel Lbulsvlll where they were registered E T Cnlnan and mother Mrs Marshall Is CO and the mao 26 years old The arrest was at the ipstanco of John P Marshall husband of the woman who charges her with adultery sad Calnan with fornication cFourth of July Rates Low rates via the Queen fc Crescent Route from all JuhTfcketsgood returning until the 8th Ask ticket agents for particulars A lame shoulder is usually caused bY rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists MISS ICATHERINB WELLS Danvilles representative in the Bcaz ley A Co conical next Fri day night is not only a very line elocutionist but is younllbdyTell at Homes LANCASTER Mr Jesse Fox shipped a car of hogs Thursday Mr Ed Adams of thIs place is dead at Eldorado Ark The heavy rains here Thursday and Friday did much damage to gardens trull ito MIsa Jennie Scott U quite sick at her brothers Mr Ebb Scotts at Law sons Chapel The Ladles Aid Society of the Bap flat church mot with Miss Mattie Estee Saturday afternoon Mr Wm Furr of the Lawson vicin- Ity Is very In Indiana and his moth o b EedsideMiss Nannie Vickers who visited Miss Pearl Ro s here and Miss Susie Sandidge at Buckeye was married last 6AMr J L McCarlcv shipped a load of lambs Saturday to Cincinnati market for which he received 5Jc He is also buying lambs and hogs at from 4 to 5 cents The ball games played hero between n Harrodsburgineday afternoon 10 to 2 Saturday morn Ing aDd 2 to 1 Saturday afternoon all of them being in laver of Harrodsburg The meeting al the Christian church will continue through this week with two services each day Prof J Wal tel Wilson will give an Illustrated sang each evening and the subjects as announced for the week promise an Ins teresting discourse at each service thisrfhbdvention to bo held in Louisville June 27 and 28 This is certainly a good ape polotment as Judge Robinson is aa ex cellent gentleman well acquainted with the county and has always been Thererare to one by the county judge and one by the city council We trust these will bo as wisely made as the one above Mryeye was attempting to cross Paint Lick Creek Thursday afternoon when the water from the heavy rains further up the stream came down in a rush sweeping carrIDgbotbThe body of the boy was not recovered until next morning although all possi Tbebodymagled past all recognition Tbo be reared parents have the sympathy or tne entire community- Dr Goldstein the well known opti GarrardHotel WSUjrarl ntyglad to report Mrs John Dudderar 1s BalIounltz and Victoria Bishop of Huston tbeballwho has been visiting Misses Rella and hOlDeInOn Sunday afternoon the Maccabees and Knights of Pythias marched from their respective lodge rooms to the addresecsWolford in behalf of the K Ps sad theMaccabeesbest singers in town was exquisite and much enjoyed by tho audience They then marched to the cemetery to place mombergwhich wero there in great profusion andlddltloalthat most people want is something mild and gentle when lu need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect For sale by Craig fit Hocker Druggists rrCiW W c t 1illi r VVA W1G aitII You are particular come In and see our stockiIf You come we will please you 4El If we please you we will sill you something Ifl- If l we sell you you get your moneys worth it your moneys worth you are a goodlt ibuyer L jI jif fJ1 yourtrade rri Hats Shoes or Furnishings lJJ 1 iaJtJjc Ei t1 t Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing tIltl iJYour money back if yourenot satisfied HIRSCH Danviiie Successors to J L Frohman A Co Jp = = = = = vo2 ++ yrrr vW i1 SCti rNr Cnr p I j Brogansfgrades for SlOO and 1200as iclid Shoes as IRON Mens Genuine Via Beautiful lasts and custom made 12fi0 Patent Colt Skin 1300 Patent Calf American Stock 1400 Patent Calf imported stock 15 Ideal Patent Kid Booths Stock 500 There can be no betler goods gotten than these last two items no matter what price you pay Tcrms cash H J McROBERTS 5French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127I- n French Republlnue1runcalseWinner of ant prize at tho National Universal Exposition Paris isar and In ISO come 1S93Color order foaled It 1693 Dred ItDorseyanImportedMorganmaking fulltoand Eastern horses combining nil tile qualities for harness and saddle and are In demand at top juices Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford at 810 to Insures rcolt stand a good mule Jack at 5T F REID Stanford Ky i A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that 1 have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Etc I will duplicate anypricesoffered Buy our 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 i wrlJl e II CORSETS t wA big lino of ILIt II fl Corsets to + dose out at We Summer Corsets 60c iqualltv to close at 23c Ladies Sailors selrt last 25c Mens Linen Suits Coats Vests and Pants for 13 You pay from 81 60 to f3 ft r the same suit at most any other sto- reLadies Vests Ladies Sleeveless Veto taped neck and armholes worth lOc anywhere Our price 5c Night gowns nicely trimmed worth tl and 1125to close at 49e Percales 20 pieces worth lOc yard to go at 5e Ladies Shirt Waists Six dozen shirt waists bought at half t pi ice to sell at Hand L50 now to put in this sacrifice sale at 48c and i3c I ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL r E C WALTON EDITOR RODERTS of the Lexington Leader believes In the tickle me acd Ill tickle you process He Is a collec tor of internal revenue under Commis sioner Yerkes and It stands him In hand to be sweet and nice to him The w collector knows that the bump of vani tv Is very highly developed in the com missioner and he works It for all It Is worth by starting a boom for him for president It will be a short lived one t but two things will have been accom pushed Roberta will have made him self more solid with his chief and the chief will have had his bump further i abnormally developed It Is a nice Ute tIe scheme iiTHEjury in the Lulu Prince Kenne dy murder case at Kansas City brought In a verdict of murder In the second degree and fixed Mrs Kennedys pun f Ishment at 10 years In the penitentiary Kennedy was made to marry the wo man but refused to live with her He was visited at his office by his wife who was accompanied by a friend and when he told her positively that slid not intend to stay under her roof she shot him to death You have killed him her friend remarked and going to where he lay Mra Kennedy gave I him a kick saying as she did so You wUlnever ruin another woman t EVEN the republicans and bolters fa Gov James B McCreary for U S ItVOl Listen at this from Col W Brecklnrldge of the Lexington who Is the worst pill in 1therad box We have not disguised that our personal preference as well as our judgment Is In favor of our old I colleague Gov McCreary for Senator Col Brecklnrldgos declara lion wont help the Madison statesman much but it gives an idea as to the feeling of Kentuckian irrespective of party regarding the Senatorial race A KUMDEH of Lexington women are raising a fund to be used in defense of Caleb Powers and James Howard Toey had better be spending their time and energy doing missionary work at home and around the capital of the bluegrass The average woman is serving her country best when she is attending Jo the babies and letting criminals and such take caro of them selves justbeenBell of the Times Is tickled to death with them Stanford and other upto date towns have been using them sev eral months A SPECIAL session of tho Porto Rl can Legislature has been called for r askingfor Sheets Full size readrforuse sheets worth i5c to go in this sale at only 4Sc S Mens Shirts dozen mens summer shirts with two Sextra collars 11 and 125 quality our 4 4 49c while they last All Carpets Mattings and Ruge at cost and less than cost j p o Domestics 0 gr Yard wide brown cotton hoosler brand +Obest quality our price 4c per yard e 0 g Al 11104jwide 25c quality to closeout at O15c yard I Lv O sf500 yards matting cotton chain close T woven worth 35c per yard to close out pat 25c 0g 300 yards matting of 15c quality to oCi + in this sale at only lOc a yard o 0 a200 plUS ladies kid oxfords best 0makes womb II and fUjO to close outCi OatGc Come and get a pair to wear Oround the house 0000o0oo cccecoc o 0 TUB MIddlesboro News says that the total assessed valuation of the city of MIddlesboro as returned by Assessor Gastineau Is 8765000 If those Cum berland Avenue lots that sold as high as a cats back in the boom days had been put in at cost price Editor Al brecht would have bad to add a half dozen or more ciphers But things are not what they used to be in the Magic City and the News man has too much sense to try to fool the outside world by padding the returns THE Tillman faction la said to have place that will shut McLaurln out of Democratic primaries in South Caro ibm Let It by all means be done McLaurin has no more business In the democratic party than a bull has In a china shop POLITICAL Gov Beckham appointed C1 Bowl log police judge of Jackson to succeed Judge Noble resigned The foreign ministers In China expect that the question of indemnity will be settled before July 1 Secretary of State Breck Hill will be a candidate for Congress when his term expires He lives In the 10th dis trictYerkes and Boretng have endorsed Dr A D James for reappointment as Federal marshal of the Western die trictCol Hamilton has withdrawn from the Senatorial rae in the Mt Sterling district giving Mr Prewitt a walk overParalee Brady has been appointed postmaster at Dallas Pulaski county and T H Royalty at Tablow Mercer countyThe testimony In the MossRhea congressional election contest will be open ed In the office of the clerk of the House of Representatives Thursday Judge Tarvln rendered a sensational decision In the Kenton county circuit court at Covington in the Strieker contempt case In the decision Judge Tar attacked and criticised the Federal court Judge Walter Evans presiding He says the decision was a vindictive abuse of power Maj Thomas H Hays the one yaller dog democrat that trotted un der the Legislature wagon when tile rally ordered by Usurper Ta lor from Frankfort to London has blossomed out as a candidate for tho republican nomination for Senator It Is a good omen for the domocrdcyLouisvillo Times Some of the republican newspapers suggest that democratic should apologize to Judge Harlan for the criti cism made against the appointment of his son Not at all but the republican editors ought to condole with tho pres- Ident because the appointment of Jus tice Harlans son did not have any of foot on the father Bryans Commoner The number of tho Harrodsburg Democrat is a decided change over former Issues Editor W P Walton who recently purchased the plant and good will of tho publication says In his opening announcement that It will be Converted Into a semiweekly as soon as practicable The field Is ample to support the enterprise and with the ability push and fine business management of the present editor we pro diet for the paper unbounded success Advocate Ed S High Prices Cannot c Exist In a Where We Are Engag ed In Business Tn6 LOU1SVILL STORES Great Closing Out Sale These Prices Will Bring People For 50 To Our 00000000000000000f0- ISUnbleachSheetin 0MattingsM Community Miles Store 0 It Means A Cruel Sacrifice 0A Clean Sweep f A Terrible Slashing t Crab Orchard Messrs Joe and Will Brooks are spending a few days with their mother and sister Rev J M Bailey filled the pulpit In the Christian church Sunday morning and night Rev G W Shepherd and family went to Paint Lick where he filled his appointment on Sunday Mr Hugh Hacan our new druggist Is opening a nice line of drugs in the Buchanan storeroom next to J R Edmiston He and his excellent family are domiciled In the flltfglns property The ladles of the Baptist church will give a strawberry and ice cream sup per ntthe college building on Wednes day night the proceeds to be devoted to painting the church so a large at tendance with a liberal patronage Is desired The usual prices will be asked Come and help a worthy cause Aunt Amanda Roberts Is barely alive and ere this is published will no doubt have cast her robes away to sleep without a breath to break repose till dawn of day Gods finger Is touching many of our dear friends and when the death watch Is called we must heed the summons hence It Is well to bo prepared like these dear mothers In Israel Old grandmother Louisa C Adams died at the ripe old age of 88 years and two days at her country home last Fri day She bad been feeble for some time but her serious Illness Just prev ous to death was sudden and short After a few appropriate remarks from Elder J M Batley her remains were taken to Cincinnati on Saturday to be laid away yesterday In Spring Grove Cemetery by the side of her husband who preceded her to the better land some years ago The opening of the Crab Orchard Springs on Frday night was a success the drenching rain A large crowd was In attendance and every one Is lavish In his praise of the management menu and music The druggists of the State convene today arrangements being completed for their entertain Int A special varied program will be carried out and no pains will be spared by the genial pro prietor nnd his estimable companion to render evijry guest comfortable Attorney Goodman a prominent law yer of Vlncenncs Ind paid our town a visit Sunday John Buchanan of Louisville Is visiting his mother and other friends this week Col Craw ford of KooxvlllOi was the guest of Mrs M E Fish and daughter Wade Perkins eldest son of W E Perkins is now at home after justly winning the honors of his class In the State College Mrs Gaines of Lancaster Is with her father Mr Wm Stewart Fred Newland of Lebanon is spend ins a few days with his mother Miss Annie Newland had n very pleasant stay with friends at Brodhead Miss f Mary Arnold of Garrard Is spending a few days with Miss Alllo Fish Miss Louise Farris of Lancaster Is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Chenault Willis and little daughter of Rich mond are with his parents at Crab Orchard Springs Gov Bradley was a guest at C O Springs last week The Misses Gormley of Richmond arc visiting their grandmother Mrs Margaret Gormley Nearly every family In town has one or more visitors now FAIR AT MIDDLESBORO- Mlddlcsboro Is going to have a fair and this Is the way Secretary Albrecht tells of It In a letter to us liThe underslned hed push of the MIddlesboro News Is ahounfortunatelr- Secretary of the MIddlesboro Fair As sociation As a newspaper man objecting to being works as a fair score tary bound to work sumbody your name U on the list and we trust you 611 walk Into our trap Shoud you visit MIddlesboro on the Fourth of July or the fair August 20 30 and 31 either or all you ar cordially Invited to be the gent of the association and YOU Includes the bole family The moment you step from the train the freedom of the city Is yours with out money and without price We will meet you at the train and return there safe and sound drunk or sober as you may desire And while here you wit be at liberty to take your en joyment In any way you choose andwe wit foot the bll Dont bring any money It wll only be In the way and a temptation to us to try and get It All you wll be expect ed to do 1s to bring your appetite and capacityMIddlesboro furnishes In lavish abun dan all the forms of enjoyment from the highest knon to Nature to the vii est knoa to man Just what portion or portions you take must rest entirely with you Cum The door Is wide open Fraternally yours GEO W AUJRECHT Summer Conventions LOW RATES- To the Nullonil gathering named below and to var Iou other Summer Ooimii lions and netting will lie In elrect from aU polutt on tile 0Nttloail Eincillonil Auoclitlon Detroit Mich July 7tblZUi- OnoJ Amy ol the Republic CUnltndObla Sept lothlath Knights Templar Conctivef Loulivllle Kj Aac37tb31it- Yoaai Pwplei Socltljr Enocivor Cincinnati Ohio July GIIIIOIIi WJ RINtARSON OINa UHO OIHL PMlOX 71 i Towels i 4 100 dozoji good Cotton towel never be low known to sell at such tremendously prices 3c only Ladies Hose i Ladles lOc quality seamless hose fast black reduced In this sale to Oc Bleach Cotton Yard wide 7c quality our price 4o 4 e t notwithstanding 100000CCC00000 JOC0J C oCalicoe Only 10 yanlsto a customer of all call 0- 0acoes Including Indigo blues Simpson grays and blacks oil colors and fancies 0o Remember any piece of calico In our house for Sac per yard 4 Straw Hats 0 We have the latcit styles in ilraw bate0 eworth from fl 50 to f2 now to sell out nt p o85CU I1 o 0- o Neckwear o 0 All 50c neckwear to put In this sale at0 02 0ep Mens linen collars all sizes latestp 0 styles Jo sell out at only 6c 0 0 0- OOCOOOO0000CCCOOOCCCt J NEW Ilrucei Stand Depot St New itjllih Turnout Irate Special to Jlorv bought ant told on Single reeds hay 20e Ullcbei public Good then ill tock left at our boce Gloves 300 pain Ladles Kid Gloves Ml and sizes train II to f160 per pair your for4- 0cTable UWbite Irish Table inch also blue and red worth Mo yard to at only 25o yd Mens Cotnade Pants In ell sires suit well made worth 60c a pair tcelo out at only 25c Mens In cloth broad brims worth 60cj now cut I to25c See our IJ Children and tact clor black and tan lOc quality Our price only 6c pair Umbrellas 6 and 28 Inch steel rod umbrellas reg ular f Como and get one while they are Only 4Sc CHILDRENS Our stock of boys shot SHOESIcost of manufacturing 12 shoes to close at fl to 11 SUMMER CLOTHING f See our Light Weight Clothing Light Trous ers LowCut Shoes Light Underwear Straw Negligee Shirts Neckwear Everything Needed To Dress You Nicely and Comfortably in hot weather SeaIsonable Goods Summer Qualities Lowest Prices Ladies I Shoes a Specialty Cummins MeClary No Need To Go to city to buy1y Furniture By Wholesale or Retail For W W Withers tanrora i a will please all See uptodate line and get prices H WARD CO Feed And Sale Stable Old iSUnfcrd + and reasonable ttenllon trawling salesmen ccimiiluion luotlon Nonllcheton stale Kid colors worth choice Linen Linen Sun Hats themln window Hose Strictly seamlew guaranteed quality cheap Hats and for Time High est the Has stock that f his his Livery imported lt McKinney Roller Mills J B MoKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky thebestOuatollllflnding ib i t I t 3THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOIIU KY luti18 1001 Tuv tho Judge Taft cigar forts cholco iraoko at Pennys Drug Store OCR proscription work IB uneurpass PennysDrug PERSONALS MRS J E VAIUUS spent a fow days In Danvllle Mit J E POKTMAX wept tO Clncln oats Saturday Mns ANNA D VANAHSDALB Is vis Itlnjf In Cincinnati Miss Anon EASTLAND u vUltlnp relatives In Mercer Mns J W WALLAUK Is visiting rol atlvcs in Doyle and Garrard Fox DUDDEllAit Is with his parents Col and Mrs WII Dudderar Mss BKSSIE KICIIAKDS of Danville was with Mils Ophelia Lackey MRs L A FAIUSS of Lexington Is with her father Mr J U Rout Miss WILLIE ANDEHSON of Scott county Is with Mrs J M Pettus MRS M C WILLIAMS spent several days with relatives at Mt Vernon DEPUTY COLLECTOR W T SHORT of Mt Vernon was hero yesterday MRS E B POWELL of the West End who has been Is Improving Miss ALICE ALCOUN Is visiting the family of Mr L C Alcorn at Greens burgMiss FRANCES METCALF spent ley eral days with her cousins at PIne ville i MR AND MRS HORACE DROWN went J to Cincinnati Saturday to spend a W SEVERANCE who has been tending college at Chicago has return ed home HANDSOME MSS MUD MOORE o Danville Is with Misses Sarah and Jen nle Lynn MRS C T THOMPSON of Fayette Is with her parents Mr and Mrs T M Pennln ton MR AND MRS JOHN METCALK of Jenamlne are with their son Mr Thomas Motcalf Missus KATU MERSHON and Kate Waters win furnish music at contcit Friday night next- TRCEHKAUT DOURNE who has been attending college at Knoxvllle In it homo for the summer j Missus LAS NA FERGUSON and Katherine Mitchell of howling Green are with Mrs K II Crow MRS C E D1S1ION of Mlllcdgc vlllo Is visiting her father Mr S D 4 Anderson at Crab Orchard MKSSUS KRNDIUCK ALCORN AI fred and Harry Hlgglni and Steol Bailey arcal home from Centro College MRS A W CCRD of Durgln Mom cer county is tho guest of Mr and MrsTC Witt of Kingston Rich mond Register T J AND CHARLES NORTH have re turned from Kentucky University John S Wheatlcy of Lexington came guestI Guulo Phillips and Master James Me- EItwain Owsloy and Freddie PblQIpi are f visiting relatives In Franklin MRS JAMES A DUDDERAR has our r thanks for a liberal sample of her c1strawberries which are almoet as big as egg and are as sweet as sugar DntCIIARLESPIIAItvIELLE of St Louis who married Miss fsabella Bai ley of this place has valuable real es tato Interests In the oil district of Beau mont Texas MR HARRY WINOATE of Boyle has BeckhampIn Louisville next week The selection Is a good one M P ELKIN went to Covln ton yesterday to attend a meeting of the Mac cabccs Ho will organize lodges at Stanton and Valley View before re turning home MR S T LlNOLE L S N agent at Junction City has been to attend tho funeral of his brother In Indiana and Mr W H Pettus of Brodhead filled his place in his absence MR AND MRS J W PEAL of Lyo county who have spent several weeks very pleaBantly with Mr J T Martin and other relatives In the West End V left Friday for their homo TILE Danvlllo News contains a sal J picture and good writeup of that etc I ling democrat and axcellentgontleman William Jennings Price of Danvlllo i who will bo Boyles next county attor neyHON JOHN TGOOD IAN of Vim cenncs Intl Is hero assisting in tbo defense of Thomas Fteh Mr Good man Is one of the most prominent at- tornoys In his section having served three terms as prosecuting attorney of the lath Indiana jud circuit and also many years as city attorney of Old Vlncenncs TIlE name of W II Higgins Stanford is Included In the list of t nearest competitors for tno Henry Oar rot Boyle Sophomore watch MI Wtlllo V Dawson 01 Is th guest of Mis Llda Fox Mrs Jull Craig Dunn of Marlon Alabama and Miss Lena Bruce of Stanford are with Mrs T B Bright WHanl T L Llllard wlllwlthln tbo noxttwoweek t leave on a prospecting trip to Oklaho ma Aovocate Mit J H FISH of Mt Vernon was hero yesterday SpringsIsMn J W BRYANT of Versailles WednesdayMiss will arrlyo tomorrow to visit this Misses Eastland Mit J A CLARK and wife of Boyle spent several days with the family of Joseph Rogers MR W S BROWN a PulaskI trade and farmer was hero Saturday and ordered this paper sent to him MESSRS T L AND W II LILLARD and wives of Boyle leave today for Oklahoma with n view to locating FRIENDS of Mr Nick Perkins of Garrard were glad to see him at Dan vlllo court yesterday Ho has very 1MESSits G L PENNY and W N Craig are attending the Pharmaceuti cal VUnoclatlon at Crab Orchard Spring MRS MARK HARDIN entertained numbor of young people In honor o her niece Miss Mary Hardln of Mon tlcollo last night MR MORRIS AULTMAN of Danville will move his family to this place and will take a position In the Louisville Storo His family will occupy the cot raga on West Main vacated by John Bright Jr MRS C S NIELD of Louisville ac companied by her daughter Miss Wil- tsi Cecil who has just graduated a Riverside School N V and Mr Klolds mother Mr Martha Vandl vIer passed up to Grays Saturday t spend a few weeks with her husband who has recently bought a very hand some home on Third Street Louisville LOCALS Buo FINISH at Craig k Hookers BrightfGo to Craig ft Uockcrs for perfec- fitting spectacles SEE our tl counter of Markdown Ladies Slippers J P Jones SITUATION wanted by firstclass sawyer Wm Tbarp Junction City NSW lino of cut glass sabdolabras gold watches etc Wm Hamilton jew oler tGROri0E BAILEY oneof Huston vlllos best old darkles has been granted a pension of e9rPOCKET book containing gold rin lost between Stanford and Saulley Leave with A C Martin PAPERS publishing lair dates theHustonvlllo fair to July 31 Aug 1 and o FOR SALE on RKNT Residence of flvo rooms on Danvlllo Avenue Six sages of land Splendid location H Helm To CINCINNATI L N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday next at 1150 The train leaves the depot here at 215 A M and return a oclock giving 12 hours In the city THE curtain will rise promptly at 8 oclock at Walton Opera House next Friday night Get your seats for the contest and be In them before that hour or you will miss a portion of the pro gramSUTTON H Green Sutton ono Rockcaitles best and wealthiest cit zone died Friday of Brlghts disease at an advanced age A wife and sev eral grown children survive the clove r citizennWACO WATERS wanted In Casey for a minor offense was delivered to the sheriff of that county by Deputy Sher- Iff C D Owens Friday Ho came here to testify In tho case against Thomas Leo for killing his brother Tccumseh WatersAT meeting of tho directors of tho Huetonvlllo Fair Saturday afternoon i W G Cowan was elected president in placedf J P Harper who will bo un CnT Sacdidgo and A B C Dlnwlddlo are vice presidents CARSON 1t PENCraro having bull for W W Withers the wideawake wagerjoining counties carrying samples and taking orders John H Wooer will with tho wagon RoiiliKD Miss Helen Mary Akin writes from Sholby City that she was robbed of her pension money while at the homo of James D Moore Sunday evening She was sick In bed there and no one was at the house but her self She has no cluoI MARRIAGE Lewis McClanaban ono oIof tho best colored moo in the county hewho for years has held a position of trust with George D Wcatherford at Hustonvlllo will be married In Lox B61ato TUB threepound daughter born to Mrs L T Smith a month ago died Saturday of whooping cough and was Sundasy Smiths children have whooping tong and she is very low of consumption WE sell the Eclipse shoe for men 1360 J P Jones EXTRA Clean Red Top Cane Seed Higgins McKinney PLENTY handmade harness of the latest pattern on hand J C McClary FRUIT Jars and Gums Tin Cans and Sealing Wax John Bright Jr ft Co a pictrnow Miss Sa cray + REMEMDER that our terms arc cash Low cash prices on feed of all kinds J IL Baughraan L Co sellnstation on Its lines July 2 4 good rp turning July 8 on account of 4th of July JudleDalley obstructingfGreen river TILE State Pharmaceutical Associa tion will meet at Crab Orchard Springs today and continue In tetslon several days Manager J B Willis expects a crowd of 200 or more THE Curry Grocery Company do quick business Lest Saturday a Stan goodstwere and a sameoseems merchants do things pretty quickly too from the wa they send checks OtisAir AL S Baughman and some of his neighbors back of him think they have land on which oil In paying quantities could be found if the proper efforts were made Various wells have been dug in that section and have been ettnot On Mr Mary Muldoons place three well were dug and none furnlsbed wader that could be used Mr Matt Martin dug a well years ago and found oil as blac as tar while In dry weather a grass fluid can be seen Issuing from a spring on the side of Neats Creek The oil find In Wayne county has awakened the people generally on the subject those owning property elsewhere whit shows signs of oil are naturally anxious to see If they cant take a hand In t4 fortune making game In wlcheomany playga on some ol those lands mighty cheap conveneaq on Guy Norrls was ac quitted of the charge of detaining Mrs Nancy Smith for illicit purposes Gus Reynolds was acquitted of the chars of cutting Isaac Hayes and was fined 150 for turtles Elijah Smith The murder case against Thomas Fish was called In the afternoon and tho following jury was obtained J M Stone J D Battln A C Robinson Luther Underwood J H Boone R L Hubble R G Collier L G Hubble- H C Anderson W S McGuire C L Dawcs and J T Jones the latter two being byslanders The prosecution Is represented by J S Owsley Jr and Harvey Helm and the defaces by Hon John T Goodmau of Indiana Col W G Welch and Hon G M Davison The case was stated by tbo Common livo witnesses Introduced for the Common wealth after which court adjourned until 830 this morning A BRILLIANT OCCASION Notwlth standing the rain which tell in torrents from 630 to 10 oclock Friday evening a good crowd attended the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs and enjoyed the occasion to tbo fullest extent Ma agar Jn Willis and excellent wit took splendid care of their guests an made Moods of all with whom the came In contact They are born en tortalncrs and their very present makes one feel good p be with them Names of guests who danced and who enjoyed tho delightful lunch covered Live paste of the large hotel and the ball room was crowded to Its fullest capacity A good band fro thIt was wee sma hours by as handsome a lot of wo talcden part rapsg present was a general topic Spac forbids us from printing the names the 50 or mOle who were thorn Man agar Willis has the Springs and grounds In splendid shape and they are Indeed a thing of beauty and will prove a source of joy to all who go there There are 25 beds of beautiful flowers In the lawn while a pretty fountain front of the main building sends spark ling water Heavenward Tho build Ings have all been overhauled a plated and the place Is a very Eden of delight where not only happiness but health can be found As we bavo sir quently stated Crab Orchard Sprint is all thldgs considered tho best and most delightful summer resort In len tucky and It Its capacity Is not taxed this year wo will frankly admit that we are neither a prophet nor son of on Surely If splendid fare great variety managemehed Tile best on earth Is a Hanan shoe John P Jones AN examination for common school graduates will be held here Thursday June 2 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Your city taxes for tbo year 1001 are due Please settle L R Hughes Collector COMPLAINT Is mar7oby some because one of the Negresses who claimed bad tbo smallpox Is perml to go where she will If the welli are well hadnt the guards just as be discharged and save the city county expense DONT forget togoy tothe depot at 1230 tomorrow afternoon and shako hands with Mayor Weaver and the Louisville Board of trade It wont take long It Is our duty and It should be our pleasure to rive them a cordial welcome If they are a little stingy with their time ADAMS Mrs eaC Adams mother of Mr J Mortimer Adams died at her home at Crab Orchard Fri day aged 88 years and two days Sho was originally from Now York andwas an excellent woman The remains were taken to Cincinnati Saturday and bur led In Spring Grove Cemetery yesterday BEAZLEY BROS contInue to play In bad luck Frlday ilght they bad four buggiesbrokenball at Crab Orchard Springs Heavy rains bad caused a big washout In the road and as the night was very dark it could not be soon Fortunately none wereyrepaired early Saturday morning A STATEMENTof Thomas Fishs good byhundredsIncluding every officer In the towb was shown us lost night and were It not for our crowded columns we would print it In full with a number of the names sltrned The drat paragraph of it reads follows If the life of a good citi zen a faithful and devoted husband kind and Indulgent father can atone for ones wrongdoing Thomas Fish should bo a free man today The paper states that MrFlsb has hens living in VIn tltaywho are anxious for him to return to bis home and teat bU lot with them Tbo testimonial a very strong one and shows that Mr Fish has many homebuntarlly came hero to defend him tells inpYEARLINGMULE Left pasture on Paxton place In last few InformationdKy NOTICE niuopraBj teed tripped on shares or boundaries of Jlluecrasi bought and etlp ped L C DUNN Mt Salem NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Peering Harvester Extras and genulnfeUnlethem you genuinen RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPKIKHS KY In now open for guests Everything li In atlendld order tbo water and the ilmded proumls present a pleasant appearance Guests will be elves willing at tentlon Rates Adults 15 per week chil dren under 12 years of ape f horses 350 per week For further Information a ply to W M VAUGHAN Dr RGGOLDSTEIN StinlorJ June S8lh and 2Jth adjustmenttosad prepared rued to each InII ldllal qualltled to hiI specialty by education and or tlrle tlealexperienceintheonebnrch Scientific ap plication of ta to all forma mechanically de ptrwnxnof hit scientifically adluiteJ claw There are tnlserydandyincited office hours a in to 3 p m at St Auph hotel FARM FOR SALE OR RENTi Having determined to go to Oklahoma I firr0 und lira JfoitKvlllo pike Dice dwelling good Rutermfences In good repair Also So acresgodtimbered laud l08esslon Sox E OAmE TEn Hustonvlllo BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATEIqIn the District Court of tho InlUl States Inn Henryftire Is hereby glum that the undersigned will ai trustee In bankruptcy ol the soil court house door In IJncoln county atIMonday July nth satil date proceedtutcr described real estate Said property will be pricebeinglining twothlnU Of purchase prim due in trusteeinhearing 0 per rent interest from date of sale intll paid with lien retained on the had to secure payment of the purcha e money and add bond to Thenilrequired In executing Mad to slap urns with uleast two sureties The purchaser has the prlrllegll pa lae theca hr property anti thus urtn the Interest The dl- ernllanl to be sold Is thet undivided Inter whichlandstateullsagIn Fork anti contains about acres of land Said land Is bounded as follows On the north by the Daugherty farm west James T Martin south by W Martin and lan Moore PIThaodlhllntEARL W SESFF In Ilankruptcy of DantruptaU STAPLE AND FANCY dOTIES I Hardware Stoves and Tinware Woodenware Glassware Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers I COOLERS SIICall and see HouseCorner John Bright Jr CoI Great Inducements t oa Will be offered in our house during the sum keeping but expect to make you prices that wil justly demand a good por tion of your trade We have arranged with The National Rebate Co a To give you one of their rebate stamps with each lOc cash purchase Our window is now filled elegant usefuj presents which will be given absolutely free in exchange for these rebate stamps Drop in and explainI t JOHN P JONES Stanford I M mkg We have just freshened our 1 Midseason Stock OFm I Sunjnjer Dress Goods I I Ipiq t fjtiesr umbrellasI line of Notions r Our line of Ladies Oxfords and is complete ISeVs Sons 1iAI n vf I4 w w We Lave one of the largest and best selected stocks of Vehicles I Ever brought to Central Kentucky and are propped to show Carriages Buggies Road Wagons Carls at exceptionally low figures e carry an excellent line ofI Farming Implements RollersEtcWe have our own Rubber Tire Plant and can replace your old Rubber Tires Much cheaper than you can send to the city and Lavo it dono and also eave you freight charges Call when you are in town Bruce Bright Danville rre iI New Goods New FirmI And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find t Everything Perfectly Fres Antiyou have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourpatronago wills bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Gall andjsce n- sW W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street =THE INTFRIORJOURNA1 Entered n the peal office at Stanford at eoondehus ntaflr- rFridap 2ub11ahCIU Sa3 nd 1 PER YEAR CASH When not 0paldl ZOO will becharged Posted Mv turn is posted und I will not permit anyone to hunt fish or In any trespass on It Thoe who do so prosecuted to the full extent of the law d EH t LLMAXS EFtDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY B aanictcx And Dealer In Lime Cemen c 01 Writs For Prices A Se PRICE I SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky IlVlllcoy r McKoberUDrtg Store in the Owilej Ualldlnf I R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Hlggius AMcKlnneys Ston Telephone No 48 JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the Ocorg Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I will bo glftd to give you flour meat bran shlpstutr Ac for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds bran to the of No 2 wheat Ii ground on the old tasldor 48 Inch burrs II is my desire to keep this exchange at your t town and I trust you will mo a liberal share of patronage I retail flour and meal at wholesale The flour and meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill al r Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MORRIS FRED II Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange FRUITTBROSMORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery Ha C1 RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYSU- 1TDERTAKERS DIALKB3 IK FarnItureMntUnRSRugs And Wall Paper Furniture for all themkt STANFORD t J+ c+ McG11iYF i LY eLY UNDERTAKER x Manufacturer and Dealear In 3 fARNESS SADDLERY C rtfm Stanford Ky SAW MILL FOR SALE I destroto sell me saw mill or will trade U for stock pr will move It U a body of ttmbef and saw It It party vrUbe O W SisotETOS Crab Orchard FOX t LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand and for title at all times W Logan Wood Manager GO TO Fe KRUGER Mt Vernon IUoolI lowett prices He carries a full and complete etc Shoes lists Groceries lit- Arceandotrenlargdrslnalllint Km thing Dewan Pointer iilttinsn la his store and he Invites his friends to call on him Painting Repairing aaQ I am prepared to paint your carriage orwagon tnflrotclasutyle Experienced men to do ltand work guars teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnomiKToR announces theI desire public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grim Ing and that I wll at all times furnish tbe best o- fFlour bleat Shi stuS- Chickoa Food Etc aI At the very lowest and I solicit share of your patronage promising to give you the bet me but bear lu mind alway a that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Iror Drs Slaving PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DiDTllle Ionaa Wednesdays snd FridaYIIWill be In Stanford TueUys Thursdays and Sat urdayt Office In the iennlniton IJulldln jJSUnrordOI lice Noun a to 12 1L1 to 4 r OSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated and developed by Dr ATStlll of KirksTlUe Mo on tbe principles of Anstomy sad Physiology for lu re salts Jt rf1ulmllO raUb nodruj no rubbing no surgical operations and claims jibing supei Is adjupuentWhen all phi are and not health L the result Some 01 the diseases treated by us Kerroi Prostration Headaches Neuralgia KbramatUn Catarrh Weak tfII Granulated Lids Colin Heart Llftr and Lung Disease ConttraUoi Enlarged Prostrate all SloeHies Oallltonesl uh and troubles Diseases lion tod J tntsSplnalCurvature DltloatlonaSllfJolnt Ataor Diseases a specially Consultant Iakemal Lincoln f CountyNational Bank Capital Stock Successor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compaq and under same management contlnu- ouily for S3 Solicits Your Bank Account 3opln1 such business relations will prate mutna ly benesetal and plea Jr DIn tCTOPS J B Piston J S JOIIfSr A car W1 Cummins J E Lynn S B Sh Db t JF Cash J 1 Owstei OFFICERS S K I UAwsleyt5ishier Aut Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CiplUlSteck 159030 Bnrplai 110000 Toll limitation originally established u the Is 011 Bank Stanford In 1553 then reorganized u it Nations Dink of Stanford in 165 and agal irganlted ai the First National flank ot Stanford n 1882 hal had practically uninterrupted exist ictfor4t years It If better supplied now wlti cllltlcs for transacting business promptly and I allytban Tsrbtor ln Its longand honoiab rr Accounts of Indlrlduals fiduciaries a id Inilrtduali solicited Diascross F Reid Lincoln Co JW Hayden Stantut S T Halls 8 BBsughman J SHocker TP Hill WP Walton W A Trlbbl J H ColllerCrab Orchd Jas Robinson Hubble M DElaore Stanford orrtcass J S Rocker PrfiUent J J McHoberts Cashier You will find at James Fryes Store the largest and most attractive line of r MENS BOYS CHILDRENS CLOTHING Shoes and Slippers fort Ladies Men Boys and Girls A Complete Line of Dry Goods Notions Etc Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Etc Also a complete LINE OF GROGERI ES K For less than you can buy the same goods at other stores JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE n NEWS NOTES Kentucky University had 1050 students enrolled last ecealon John B Pemberton a promlna Shclbyvlilo citizen Is dead A train struck s carriage at Fun Mich and killed four persons Riley Bailey aged 89 of Owlnfj vllle father of ID children la dead Ben Guy colored stabbed and fata ly wounded Phil Parrish at WInche ter Tbo United States Imported 9420130 2S8 worth of agricultural products hut yearA foot of snow toll In the mountain of Colorado Saturday and heavy llooi Is Overton member of a prom Dent family is In Jail at Sbclbyvillo charged with cattle stealing Cannibals massacred two tnlslonarle and 14 native teachers In New Guinea The missionaries wero eatenIA pusher flowing 500 barrels of oil a day has been struck near Decatur Ala The well was struck by accident About 500 people are killed by light nine every year In tho United States Twice title pumber are more or less sco rloasly Injured Students from the Manual Tralnlni High School in Louisville aro to taki the place of striking machinists at ono of the Louisville shops Tho negroes of Lcavenworth Kan have been purchasing arms from tho soldiers at the fort anti it Is feared the race troubles may break out John G Woolley former prnhlbltloi candidate for president has started oc his trip around the world to collcc data bearing on the liquor traflo Henry E Jenkins former mayor of Bowling Green died from Illness caus ed by an over hearty vegetable dinner Ho was married only a few days ago Checks aggregating 3100000 have been mailed to persona Interested with George II Phillips In thu recent corn orner About 300 persons share Ir tbo dividend The hotel at West Baden Springe burned to the ground There were nany narrow escapes from death but 30 lives wero lost The property loss Is 8500000 Insurance 8100000 John Wanamaker has offered a minimum of 32500000 to the city of Phlla iolphla for street railway franchises about to be granted to politicians whc promise to give the city nothing It is estimated that the exports from the United States for the current fiscal year will reach the record breaking total of 81500000000 The increase to late over last year Is stated at 899000 00 Tbo attorneys for Caleb Powers tiled a petition for a modification and exten don of the opinion reversing the Scott circuit court and the matter will be passed pn before the summer adjournment ot the court ot appeals A superior force of Boers surprised 250 British troops in camp at Steen sooleprullt killing two oWcera and 10 men and wounding four officer ands men Only two officers and 50 men escaped the others being taken pro toners Congressman Gooch hat chosen Ar thur Rouse of Boone county for hli prlvato secretary Joe Harris a Negro suspected or burning a barn was lynched In Limestone county Ga Anxiety Is felt regarding the condo lion of former Gov Plngree of Michi gan who is III In London The negro Edward who murdered J G Foster at Monroe La has been captured and a lynching will follow The grand jury at Uopklusvlllo ha adjourned without returning Indict moat against any of the asylum oft chl Vra Nance a negro boy criminally assaulted a fire year old colored girl ID Christian county and negroes were forming to lynch Nance when olllcen arrivedAt Elks Fair to bo hold at Lox lugton In August there wilt bo a Confederate Veterans1 Day at which 1 reunion of Civil war veterans and their wives from all parts of the Stnto will bo held All Confederate veterans and their wives will be admitted free and there will bo an old fashioned burgoc for them UNNECESSARY LOSS OF TIME Mr W S IHietlon Cashier of the Firs National hank of Win tenet Iowa in a recent letter rives some experience will carpenter in his employ that will Lo of value to mechanics lie says I had a carpenter working for me who Will obliged to stop work for several days or account of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been simi lady troubled and that Charaberlalni Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of il from the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him and he is again at his work For sale iy Craig A llockcr Druggists r A Kansas school board received the following letter the other day from one of the teachers I would like to have tbo refusal of the school as loax as are willing to hold It for me though I cant say positively that IVm not teach nor positively that I will If I am married ai I think I will be of couree I will not want the school But you know the old story about many a slip and I would hate to be out of tt job as well as the other II Kentucky +auqua Lexington Juno 25 to July 5 Low rate Wll lametown to Junction tore turn until July 5tb Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G PA This Is the way the expression deadhead Is said to have originated In Pompeii who gained admittance to an entertainment without pay- ng admission were called deadheads because the checks used for admission were small ivory deaths heads EWAUE OK OINTMENTS FOR CATAUrll THAT CONTAIN MERCflSV M mercury will surely tlMtroy the MBM ol smell and completely derange the whole sjrstttn when afring It h the luuvoui surlscm 8uei snlcln should never be used except on prescdp ions from reputable phjulclini it the damage wilt do is ten to you can dom- Idydrieefrouthem Hills cnurrb cure iiisna rturedl y F J Cheney A Co Toledo 0 ran no sod li taken Intrrnillr actinIC liredlyuInnthiobloodandmucoussuracesofthe you jet the genuine It l taken internally and msile Tolelo F J Cheney Co Teitl nootals free Sold by drrggtsu fIte lbr per joint halls Family milt are the tet If REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG BOYLE NI IIOLS 0 L GOYER NICHOLS GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville kentuckye We have Just received a handsome new hearse and are fully equipped for directing funerals CUB REPAIRIAQ DEJ BtMENrIs well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Upholstering e Terms reasonable and satisfaction guarantied Mr Gover is president and Mr Nichols secretary of thotBoyle and Lincoln Count Burial Association of which is to for t1 funeral expenses of members and are associations undertakers J S Goodels the gent for Lincoln County Phone 176 Write To TIE fAYfllf INVESTMENT O OF LEXINGTON KY And get a sample certificate of their new issue or call on J M Alvcrson local agent at Interior Journal Office Stanford A G MORGAN Secy No 3 W Short St t y r I THE t NatIanal Wooky twos men Ca 4 1NCORPOKRTEO Presents a progressive profitpaying plan l 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 Lexington Kyt r I See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c W Carson Pence Stanford GO TO W B McRoberts I w Dr11uuistJFor Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains S S S S S a IS Special Prices On Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits for next Thirty days W E PERKINSea Crab Orchard Ky S Big Shoe Sale Going On At Racket Store The greatest bargains will Itc ofleicd in Mtnn ladles and Children Shoes ever heard of in the State of Kentucky Mona Satin Calf and Vici Kill Shot worth 52 ute price 89c per pair Ladles Shoes worth from 8150 to f Ipair sale price from 3t c to 74c per pair Childrens Shoes from 15c upoJ Great Bargain In ClothingMe- ns35 Suits for 260 Mens 110 Suits for St O3 dens 115 to 118 Suits for 1090 to fS 70 Boys suits from 12 up Childrens uitl from 40c up Genie qulok these great bargains last Wi also pay highest oath price for produce and junk The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob GInsburj Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank CaLstI=aLI1gesWith Steel Ovens r 1Are I rapidly becoming more popular Try one nnd you will see why it Is SatUfac lion Guaranteed George H Farris Co Il ODOOJP REStIKTrn1lIOMSootfl J Receive the mOt careful attention and Bra Filled With Tie Best matarialt Ihe Lowest CASH Pr- icesCIAIIG HOC KLJ1O r