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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f f I r l SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 21 1901 9 A M NO 34 1 KINGSVILLE Mra John Hart complain that wo havoat mid halt enough about tier fine li boy meroly stating that ho was of tbo mndcullno jronUor Ho weighs three quarters of a pound more than the other little ones of later arrival hereabouts and we might state that as a V coincidence was bornon his mothers birthday Hit eye like all babya eyes aro blue And now wo suppose Mr and Mr Wallace Walter will en ter complaint so will eay they also hays an oxcollcnt and quite a tine look lag boy and have bestowed upon him the name of Johnilllcbard r While Mrs W L McCarty and sis ter Mr Ooocb with their little sons were out driving Monday afternoon I the horso took fright and commenced to run The buggy was overturned near the canning factory throwing Its occupants to the ground and dragging them some distance when tho horse r loll which probably saved their lives Dr Thompson was called In and examined and cared for their Injurleswhlch though not dangerous are quite se Tare Mr McCarty sustained a brok en clavicle and faco badly bruised while Mrs Goocb was badly bruised especially about the faco Her little son Ethel escaped without Injury Llltto Alike McCarty was fortunate In receiving only slight Injuries which aro mostly bruises about the face Illness caused our failure to appear In the J for a week which Is bad ladeed but It Just couldnt bo helped Miss Lena Reynolds n pretty and at tractive young lady of Stanford li th- etP guest of relatives and friends hero Mrs Eva flunii of near McKinnoyand t Miss Alma Reynolds of your city will arrive Wednesday to visit the farallyof Postmaster J L Johnson C M Pen nybaokcr was up from Somerset n tow days since Dr J L McCarty left for Lebanon Junction last week Dr II Goldstein eye specialist was hero last week when quite a number took adran tago of the opportunity to bve their eyes fitted J It Carson of near McKinney came over last week to get his little son Joseph who has been visit lag his grandparents Mr and Mr J L Johnson Sebastian Chevolette a C S railroad employe Is spending upILAND STOCK CROPS ETC W D Land sold to boo Hurst a boric for 875- U F Ooodn sold to W W Wither a draft horse for 175 W H Murphy sold to Allen S Glv ens 20 Q pound lambs at lie J C Bailey sold to C H Singleton a sorrel rockaway gelding for 8176 Three tine high grade red bulls ready for service for sale S M Owens Sidney Facet paid 13000 for a year ling by imp Gallon Turmoil In Now York Marlon county farmers have formed a J club to meet on tbo second Saturday of monthj of fresh Southern German millet seed for sale W L Evans Hustonvlllo A gcJIng by E P Woods Sons Eagle Bird sold for 5700 In Now York tbo other day- Granvlllo Cecil Jr of Danville will have a floe string of horses out on tho campaign this year HuetonThomas of Adair sold to Harry Lazarus of Horto Cave SO 1200 pound cattle at t30 Good big family horse wanted Must havo some and speed C H Sin gleton Crab Orchard U R Rico paid 310000 for yearling by Golden Garter dam Memento at the FlslgTlpton salo In New York Harris McDowell sold to Kldd ithree carloads of tho cattle they slop ped at J W James distillery at Cc C C Hooker of MaaUon lost by death tbo hackney stallion Ravens wood 2nd for which he bad recently paid 81500 There woro about 1000 cattle on tbo Mt Sterling market Monday but trade dull two yearold steers selling at 4ic J yearlings 4 to 4c heifers 2 to 3c cows lito2cbulls An About IROn sheep offered but few sales pHces for low class Sl 50 to 82 Mules sold from 800 r to 150 Carlthors Beard buying 20 jf at these prices Plug horses 830 to 60 better ones at IS5 to 8100 an extra gelding 8225 You assume no risks when you buy ChamberlaIns Colic Cholera and DIar rhooa Remedy Craig tkllockcr will I fund your money If you are not satisfied after using it It everywhere admitted fifor the 1D0stsucccssrul remedy In use bowelconlplnlnts and the only ono that never fails It is pleasant safe and reliable Fourth of July Rates Low rates via tho Queen d Crescent Route from all- s points on account of Fourth of July Tickets sold July 2nd 3rd 4th and good until the 8th Ask tlckat agents for particulars A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be Cbamberjblnl UK HUM E3TK9 Of McKlnncy died at 130 Wednesday afternoon after a long Illness of a complication of trouble aged 45 A wife who was Sues Llda Edrolston of Crab Orchard a daughter of eight years and a son of five survive Dr Ester was a son of Dr B P Estcs and bo lived at the old homo of his father Ho was a successful practicing physt clan and the poor had no bettor friend than he was Mr E J Tanner who told us of his death said that the night was never too dark nor tho road too long for Dr Kstcs to go to tbo bedside of those In need Getting pay for his visits w 1a secondary consideration with him Ho was a warm hearted clover man and many eyes unused to weeping shed tears at his burial In the McKinney Cemetery yesterday morn leg Dr Estcs was high up In Masonry was a Maccabee In good standing and carried 1000 Iniurance in that order Ho bad been a member of tbo Baptist church for years and was a regular at tendant at Its services Several weeks ago the doctqr seemed to realize that ho could not live but he showed no fears of death He was conscious till the last and tried to talk to several friends Just before he died but his volco was too weak and the messages that be no doubt wanted to send were left untuld His wife has been ill a long tlmo and had not been ablo to enter his room lor nearly a month She was beginning to Improve but it Is more than likely that her toes will give bcr a relapse Much sympathy is toll for her and the little ones In the lots of a devoted husband and a tender and In dulgent father i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Llston of Boyle died while visiting friends in Indiana Mrs Tabltha Cobb of Madison aged 71 was seriously injured In R runaway Tim Danville News got tho lob of printing tbo Danvlllo fair catalogues A now company which will bore for oil In Wbltlcy county tiled articles of incorporation Frankfort The Richmond Register will print the weekly paper Dr V H Hobton of that place will soon launch at Irvine The ladles of tho First Presbyterian church at Danvlllo were awarded the privilege of furnishing tho fair dinner The Alumni Association of Central University ratified the consolidation with Contra College by a rote of 5Q to 41 The wedding of tbo Rev Milo C Powers of Rockbrldgc Mich to Sites Mary Anderson of Danville will occur Juno 27 Dr J N McCormack who has been at UarrodlbueILlnveetlraUnjt an out eays cases have been Isolated and there Is no danger of an epidemic of this disease In that vi cinity Mrs Rachel Bruner njoJ 03 Is dead Her husband Rev David Bruner of the Baptist church aged 04 survives agoRevover since he was 18 years of ago Dur ing his ministry he has married over 3000 couples baptized over 5000 con aorta and preached over 4000 funerals Harrodsburg Dispatch A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well tot Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families In preference to any other III have sold Chamberlains Cough IJo mo dy for tho past fivo years with complete satisfaction to myself nnd customers says druggist J Goldsmith Vim Etten N Y I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and the cough following la grippo and found it very ulllcaclous For sale by Craig A Mocker Druggists Toe president has promised to point James G Hullo v of Magollin county secretary to Minister Hunter at Guatcmalat a salary of 81800 Bailoy was onco a candidate for clerk of tho court of appeals and was a member of tho Legislature that elected Do boo Senator What most wan is something mile and fentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by Craig J Hocker Druggist LANCASTER Mr nnd Mrs 0 P King of Crab Orchard came over shopping Monday J T Lcavel attended court at Dan yule Monday Messrs Jas I White of Mt Vernon and It C White of Crab Orchard came over to sod tho Louisville board of trade Wednesday The meeting at the Christian church closed Wednesday night with 17 addl tions Tno ordinance of baptism was administered to the converts at tho us ual place In Dlx River Thursday after noon at 330 This has been one of the best meetings held In Lancaster for many years prof WHsona services woro much appreciated by the large crowd always In attondace We are thankful for the great revival and towlohaeOn Wednesday morning the mow bore of our Commercial Club headed by Marshal Turner who bore a large flag marched to the depot to await the coming of the special train that would bring the Louisville Commercial Club and Board of Trade to be our guests They arrived at 11 and wore accom panted by much stirring muslo to the opera house which was beautifully decorated with flowers and national colors In a very eloquent manner Gov Bradley delivered the key to our city lnbahalf of Mayor R Klnnalid Sen ator Farrls then made a short address In which he Introduced Gov Bradley who said Mr President Board of Trade Com mercial Club and Citizens of Louts ville I have been asked today to dill charge an unusual duty I kayo been asked to represent both the mayor of our little town and the president of our board of trade our commercial club I ballevo it is called We have no board of trade as yet but will bay one In the near future J represent two men today and that U rather a big thing to youhereof Louisville but for our entire State We might as well learn once for all that tbo prosperity of the great city o Loulsvlllo Is tbo prosperity of the en tire State of Kentucky It affords me pleasure on thlsoccailon to refer to the census which has been taken showing the great size of your city Loulsvlllo Is Just awakening to commercial activ ity as It were I expect to see your city In tbo next 10 years accomplish more than nearly any city In this Un ion Such visits as this to the people of the country arc calculated to Inspire enthusiasm In ovary section that you visit aro calculated to bring us closer to you and I hall this day as an Impor tant ono In the history of tbo Stato of Kentucky with all her faults Is the grandest Stato that Gpd ever made Louisville with all of her faults If she has got any Is the grandest city do Kentucky and Lancaster God bless bur Is the best little town on tbo face of the earth Ono of tbo Ohio correspondents says since this county has been formed there have been 100 men killed In it Ono thousand men rather I want to say for the benefltof you gentlemen assembled here that at tho end of each month we kill tbo big gest fool In the county and I want to warn that correspondent not to be found In this town at the end of any month About the beauties ot Lancaster and Garrard county I could talk a month About the handsome women and floe horses I could talk forever but I dont want to take up your time When the Lord made the earth and after everything was accomplished lIe looked out upon it and said It U good I believe that His eyes then nested upon tho county of Garrard And now Mr President I desire to present to you the key to our city You will observe sir that this is a very largo key to a very small town But when you remember that out of her portals have gone four governors to the Commonwealth and ono of them was the bet governor the State has over had And when you remember my friends that the three grcateat chief justices went out of this little town of Lancaster when you remem ber that five foreign ministers have gone out of this city when you romem bcr that four surgeons four Common wealth Attye a major In the civil war two of the greatest preachers In the world and among others tho only original saloon smasher Mrs Carrie Nation and when you remember all of this you will no longer wonder at such a big key to such a small town It opens not only our doors to you but it opens our hearts Only help us to get youhowdont need It Shos got moro now than she ought to have Stanford dont need It Shot got moro than sho ought to have HeIrua to get our railroad and wo all of our goods from you Wo will put our arms yourbosomsuch an organization as the board of trade ot the city ot Louisville Marion K Taylor president of the Louisville Board of Trade was the next to be introduceHo made a short but in which he thanked the people of our town for tho cordial reception which wo gave them M B Bowden then made a short address Ho seems to be very ATTORNEY GEO H SAt FLEY Who will be chairman at tbo Beazloy Co elocutionary contest at Walton Opera House June 21 fond of Lancaster as his wife to whom he referred as the grandest most beau tiful woman on earth is a native of this place Among other things Mr Bowden uldlilt Is not to be wondered that I open my heart as I open my hands to every man woman and child in this grand old town and would in be half of all these Louisville men give expression to our gratitude for this cor dial Kentucky welcome The time has been when we were considered as a sep arate people On the one side the people of the State on the other side the people of Louisville This magnificent outpouring today and that of yesterday indicate that that unhappy time has paned away Wo are In the cities as well as In the towns and on the farms children of one common mother and started to ono common destiny Tho audience remaleed seated while the guests accompanied by our Commer cial Club repaired to the hotel for re freshments which were there In great abundance When this part of the en tertainment was over a large number of people followed tbo departing vial tore 19 the train and amid waving of fiats flags handkerchiefs etc loud cheering and many wishes for Lancas ters welfare the train pulled out and the great event was over Several of the reporters for different Louisville papers said wo bad glea them the most elegant reception they had had In their swing round the State Messrs Louis Landram W H Klnnalrd Hugh Logan John Farra W B Mason G B Swlnebroad and Judge M D Hughes deserve especial mention for their efforts In making our town appear at Its best MATRIMONIAL John E Bean ot Winchester and Mrs Ann C Logan of Danville are to wed on the 23tb B It Todd of Richmond ami Miss Nina Cartwrlght of Albany were marred Wednesday J W Reynolds and MUs Myrtle Burnett of Point Lick were marled at Lancaster yesterday Alfas Mamie Lanier and Mr Henry Urner of Cincinnati were married at the home of Miss Lanlere parents Mr and Mrs I T Lanier In Danvlllo Wed nesday The wedding was a quiet at fair only the family and Intimate friends of the contracting parties being presentCARTERBEAzLEYAt 8 oclock Wednesday at the home of the brides mother Mrs Mary Hudson Beazloy Miss Mary S Beazley and Mr J Nevln Carter were pronounced husband and wife by Rev J W Hagln in an Im pressive ceremony Dr A S Price and Miss Kate Beazley sister of tbo bride were the attendants and quite a crown of neighbors and friends were present to shower congratulations and good wishes on the happy young cou plo The brldo and maid wero both handsomely attired and they both showed to their best advantage The bride is a petite brunette highly ac complished and Is one of Lincoln count most popular and cultured young ladles She is a daughter ot the late E B Beazley who was one of the most progressive farmers In this section Mr Carter Is a fine young man moral ly and otherwise and is a most sub stantial citizen Besides being an ex cellent farmer ho has served Unclo Sam very creditably as storekeeper guager and In fact does well whatever ho attempts The parlor was beautifully decorated with evergreens and lowers and brilliantly Illuminated for the happy occasion The brldo entered on the arm of her brother Morgan Bealey who gavo her to the fortunate man who now calls her wife The wedding over the newly made pair accompanied by many of the guests drove to Mr P W Carters father of the groom where a delightful recep lion was held An elegant supper was enjoyed and all bad a good time Mr and Mrs Carter arc now at home to their friends at his homo near Tur nersvllle where their mauy friends hope bapplnfess will always attend them Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL which holds both of them In very high es teem joins their hosts of friends In wishing them a long and happy lIfo and the best of everything adoing Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington Juno 25 to July 5 Low rates Wit llamstown to Junction Clt good to re turn until July 5th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G PA 31 I t r + IIvs If You are particular come In and see our stock fIf You come we will please you r J Jjjl If we please you we will sell you something lEJ H If we sell you you get your moneys worthl1 gooditi v yourri I 8 Hats Shoes or Furnffn ishingsIIT PAYS TO TRAm IJrli THEAV Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 11 It j ffSl Your money back If youTrenof satisfied j I mILLER HIRSCH DanvilleM Cop i SlIDes Shoes Of almost every description Brogans with solid inner sole 100 better grades for 51 00 and f200as toliJ as IRON Mens Genuine Vii Beautiful lasts and custom made 12 50 Patent Colt Skin 1300 Patent Calf American Slock f400 Patent Calf KidsBoothsno better goods gotten than these last two items no matter what price you pay Terms cash H J McROBERTS WAL t PAPEJMbOI + H The reoplo of Stanford and Lincoln Oouaty are cordially Invited to call and examine the handsomest of Imported Wall Paper lEver shown in this section from the cheapest to the most expensive made Wo have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possible prIce Ire also have a full line or lalnis Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A L GIBBONS Danville essesmw A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that have been in business here- I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate anyprices offered Uee IeSSSS NNetl ee 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 r l j t CORSETS wt A big lIno of ILIt II fl Corsets to close out at 40c Summer Corsets 50c quality to close at 22- 0Ladies Sailors I Made of rough Straw never known to sell for less than 60c Our price while they last 25c Mens Linen Suits Coats Vests and Pants for 3123 You pay from 250 to J3 fir the same suit at most any other store t Ladies Vests Ladles Sleeveless Vests taped neck and armholes worth lOc anywhere Our price 5c Night gowns nicely trimmed worth tl and f125 to close at 49c Percales j 20 pieces worth lOc yard to go at 5c l Ladies Shirt Waists ix dozen shirt waists bought at half 1Iftt Ifto sell at II and 1150 now to put sacrifice sale at 4Sc and 73c 1t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rEC WALTON THE Central Record fairly outdid itself last issue It is printed on highly calendered paper contains dozens of good pictures of members of the Louis ville Board ot Trade and splendid like nesses of Mayor Kinnaird handing over the keys to the city of Lancester Pres- Ident H T Logan of the Commercial Club Secretary John M Farra Capt F J White tbe oldest typesetter liv f log and others too numerous to men tion The wrltenp of tho Louisville visitors was In Editor Landrams hap plest style and the paper was a credit both to the editor and the town in t which it is printed Some of these days ti Beer Landram is going to be at the whereITHE Paducah Democrat seems tot know what it Is talking about when it i says that the earnestness with which Caleb Powers attorneys are beseech- Ing the court of appeals to reopen his case and grant him a further reversal of Judge Cuntrllls rulings shows how desperate they consider his chances in another trial As the case now stands Caleb far more prefers another summer in jail at Frankfort than a speedy hearing before another jury Jail beats the callows a long ways and none know it better than Powers and his flop over attorneys TUB torrid June days are made hotter in old Virginia by a political cam paign that is shaking the State from contestifor governor Swanson who Is said to be backed by Senator Martin and his alleged machine and Attorney Goner al Montague who claims that ho rep resents tho people only as opposed to machines At last accounts Montague had 554 delegated votes to Swansons 223 and was still sweeping things I BIG hearted Jack Chino of Harrods r burg surprised a crowd of his friends la the bar of tho Hoffman House Now York by taking seltzer He promised his wife three months ago never to drlrik whisky again and well wager ho will keep the promise IN printing cuts of business houses and merchants of Louisville the Com mercial of that city evidently got 4thom bottom side up thai Is they look that way A paper not prepared to print pictures hyd better let that bust ness alone r WEDNESDAYS Lexington Democrat was a daisy It had 21 pages of inter eating matter liberally Illustrated with ywellprlnted half tones JR rlfu c Sheets Full size readrforujo sheets worth 75c to go in this sale at only 4Sc SMens Shirts 5 75 dozen mens summer shirts with two S extra collars 81 and f15 quality our S price 40c while they las- tS All Carpets Mattings and Rugs at cost and less than cost Tfl6 L0UISVJLL STORS j Gre Closing Out Sale i These Prices Bring People 1 Miles Store e- C 0o Domestics 0 O 0Yerd wide brown cotton h oosler brRnu O best quality our price 4Jc per yard 0 e 0 UnbleaclvSheeting t KMJwidc 25c quality to close out atc C 15c per yard 0 0- oJ Mattings o 0 500 yards matting cotton chain close0 0 woven worth35c per yard to close out 0 I Cat 0 0 0 300 yards mailings of 15c quality to g00 0 in this sale at only lOc yard 0 4 C C 200 pairs ladies kid oxfords best makes worth SI and f150 to close 0 at 611c Come and get pair to wear 0 Oround the house 0 t CCCCCc8C88CeC CLEVER and capable Clarence E Woods went down In defeat for thi democratlo nomination for mayor of Richmond yesterday D R Tevis win nlng J B Stouffer and Calvin Mau pin also ran Mr Woods stood for ai economical government of his town and was fought bitterly by the water and gas company which seems to have big hold on the little city Mr Woods made manly race and Is to be con gratulated on the good vote he got against such powerful odds We are Inclined to believe that the people of Richmond have made mistake in turning down good man like Mr Woods J A CRAFT who used to be the hot teat democrat in Laurel county now wants job from McKinley He was In Washington City this week hobnob- Bing with the big republicans and try- Ing to Impress them with the fact that he is just the size for Collector Sapps lob Those of us who knew Mr Craft Lu his better days are surprised and ather chagrined at hit asking aid from party the very name of which used to make him want to vomit Times and hinge have changed though and Mr Craft has changed with them ExGOV PiNGREE of Michigan who lied in London was rather plctur aque figure in his palmy days and his hold on the people of his State was reo larkable Twice ho was mayor ot De rolt and twice governor of Michigan Inning his last race by over 100000 plurality In short Potato Pingreo Iot about everything be ever went after He started for South Africa in larch and was taken while In Lon ionTim Harrodaburg Democrat has eo Improved under the editorship of Mr iV P Walton that Its lifelong readers hardly recognize the paper It will bo daisy sure enough when ho converts It Into semiweekly which wont be long POLITICAL A post office has been established at Kodak Perry county with George Brown postmaster A poatoffleo has been established at Ross Point Harlan county with B W Sergent postmaster Mr Bryan says there is no truth in report that he has allillated with tho party movement Congressman Allen of the Second district says ho may be candidate for governor to succeed Bcckhutn Scott county republicans will bold convention to name county ticket July Madison rods will nominate ticket in the same way Aug 17 It Is said that Civil Liberty Yerkes laughed when told that presidential boom had been launched for him So did others Paducah Democrat The Alabama constitutional conven Lion adoptedthe sections making the governor Ineligible for the United States Senate and forbidding him from Appointing members of the Legislature to office I wrw Mi j 0 0 ef High Prices Cannot Exist In a Community Where We Are Engag ed In Business t 4 4 4 4 4 Will For 50 To Our 00000000oo0ooa0oo0 5 a a I a a a a a a a e a a a a a a 0 a a ac It Means A CruerSacrificeA t r A Terrible Slashing MT VERNON The telephone has reached Corbin Wllllamsburg and Barbourvllle Exercises will be held at the Colle giato Institute In observation of child rcna day A hive of lady Maccabees was organized here Wednesday by Mrs Rose of Shelby City George Hayes Anderson was killed Tuesday near Brush Creek by falling from a work train His head wai crushed by the wheels A man was before court hero Wed nesday and tried for a revolting case of Incest The childs father anti grand father were one and the same person The Mt Vernon band will furnish 4th of July music at Mlddleeboro This band Is hardly excelled by any in the State and bas many engagements for the season The firm of Jones k Smith ot Liv ingston whose creditors forced them Into involuntary bankruptcy has got ten matters straightened up and the store and other property has been transfered by the trustee back to tbe firm which resumes business Does the reader ever stop to think what causes the great number of freight trains to run over the Knox vllle division of the L S N There are lots of them It is the mineral products of the mountains and the bus loess Is simply In Its infancy In lees than two ears the output from the Southeastern territory will be doubled Prospects for the early development of Southeast Kentucky by the building of now railroads and other enterprises were never better No less than a doz en strong companies and corporations are working in the field from Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap and counties on both sides of the rallrords This portion of the State has only lacked to develop Its great resources The capitalists who have back so lung are simply falling over each otber to invest their surplus In which will bo the richest portion of our Statb at no distant day S O Franklin has 800 plants set In his ginseng garden and has contracted for as many more Northern dealers sell these plants at 40 cents each and seeds Co each or SSO per pound Mr F uses the native plant Tho plant bears from 5 to 10 seeds at the ago ot three years at four years 20 to 30 and at the age Of five have from 50 to 60 It requires 18 months forthe seed to germs nato after being planted It requires shade to protect the plants It takes fivo years for the root to reach matur- Ity when it Is ready to be harvested Mr Franklin on account of the note In the INTERmIt JOURNAL mentioning his garden has received letters on tho sub ject from several States from parties snaking Inquiries as to particulars In the management of the valuable plant Many forgot to a stamp for re plyI Chenault who bought the bus mess of George Johnson at Brush Creek retains tho services of that faithful servant Leo Porter E D Hansel returned to his workln Anderson county Tuesday Wm Hicks of Bluefield W Va is hero looking over the Kentucky oil fields Dr A E Ewers and family will leave within a few a ir aKsn1i wi wyYttil Towels 100 dozen good cotton toweldi never be fore known to sell at such trenu ndously low prices 3c onlr Ladies Hose S ILadies ICc quality seamless hose fast black reduced In this sale to 8e Bleach Cotton I Yard wide 7c quality our price 4 jo days to spend the summer In Northern Indiana L F Stewart tho lumber magnate Is some better alter belo sick for some days Mr and airs J J Lawrence are hero from Pembroke M A Dean missionary to the Western coast of Africa Is delivering lecture at night at the Presbyterian church Rev A E Ewetfl will preach a temperance sermon Sunday night at thi Presbyterian church There will bo preaching at the Baptist church tact fifth Saturday night Sunday and Sun day night CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Hajjlns subject Sunda morning is True Greatness at night Blind Bartimaes Rev T H Coleman baptized ISaddl- tiona to the McKinney Baptist church Mondaywhich were added during a recent protracted meeting Elder J G Livingston writes1I0ur meeting at Halls Gap closed with 23 additions It was one of the bent meet- Ings ever held at that place Madlsonvllle Is to have a now church known as the Church of God It con sists of members who have withdrawn from tbe Christian church on account jf tho Introduction of the organ and other alleged unsrlptural practices Low RATES Tho L Nwill sell round trip tickets at 11 fares to any station on Its lines July 2 3 4 good re turning July 8 on account of 4th of July Civil government it is announced will be established In the Philippines July 4 with Judge Taft as governor life Eminence went tho derby dls ance at Chicago in 2il5i NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Veering Harvester Extra and Fixtures but keep none but the genuine Jnle tho name Peering appears on them you genuineD BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATE In tile PUtrlct Court or the InlUd Stain for HenryFastrusteeyMondaywon ilar end at about the hour of 11 tu tN10 ewer for sale to the ulgheit bidder IIerplnll tr dnorllied real estate said rty win Ie Irlcebelnnaming twolhlrlo ot purchase price due In dlaltom date ol isle undenlgned trustee rill tate lands payable to Bald landwring 0 per cent lulerat from date of tale until paid with a lieu retained on the land tp sesame layment of the purrhaxi money and Bali tend to hue the force and effect of r lovln bond Tho mrchucror purchaMraol Bald prbptrry will bo qulrrd In executing tend to owe with at rait two good tholbeeashforirlrllez paying ielIhpiropefty and bus urlnz sue interest da frtbed land to be gold U the 710 undlrlded inter hlehlaotlied tQ Hanging Fork and Contain about ire acre or land la bounded ai follows On the T1llirtluIllyhllltEARL W SENW Trustee In of SonUankniptfIt te w 00000000000000000000 0 C Calico CG 0 Ouly 10 yank to a customer of all caU- 0coe8 p including Indigo blues Simpson C ograys and blacks oil colors and fancies C 0 Remember tiny place ol calico In our 0 house for 3Jo per yard V 0 0- o Straw Hats C We have the latest style in straw hats 0- V s worth from fI 50 tot2 now to tell out at 25C to 41 I 0 0- o NeckwearCC All 50c neckwear to put in tins silo at0- Obc C 0Mens linen collars all sizes latest C G styles to sell out at only 5c C 0 C 00000000000000000001 J NEW Ikucea Stand New sad atylUh Turnout lisle Special attention lo traveling nlPlllnen horses taught and sold on Single feeds Hay 20o Hitches lOc No hllcheson days Oood attention given ell stock ftat hone ij1L Kid Gloves 1100 pair Udlos1 KM mon all colon andelzeeworth Irons il to 1160 per pair your choice for tiltS Table Linen 1 White Tallo Linen CO inch also blue and rrd worth bOo yudpI to goat only 25c yd Mens Cotnade Pants 1 in all sizes end well made worth 60o n pair to clo e out at only 25c Mens t In cloth broad brims worth roc now cut lo 25c See them In our window Childrens Strictly seamless and fast color black nnd tan lOc Our price only 6c pair f Umbrellas 20 and 23 inch steel rod reg ular f quality Como and get one while they Are cheap Only 4Sc CHILDRENS SHOESt r t Our stock of boys shoes for less than cost of manufacturing them Boys S2 shoes to close nt f to 1125 bestI SUMMER CLOTHING I See our Light Weight Clothing Light Trous ers Cut Shoes Light Underwear Straw Hats Negligee Shirts Neckwear Everything Needed To Dress You Nicely Comfortably in hot Highfsonable Goods for Summer Time est Qualities Lowest Prices Ladies i Shoes a Specialty Cummins MeClaryr No NeedI I To Go to the to buy s Furniture By Whole sale or Retail For W W Withers StanfarL a stock will please allISee his uptodate line get his prices H WARD CO Livery feed And Sale Stable Old Depot St iStanford reasonable coramliilon ouratsble W e Imported Irish Sun Hats Hose guaranteed iuallty umbrtlUi Low and and city Has that and McKinney Roller Mills J B McKNNEY Prop MoSSinnoy Ky tako and keep constantly on hand the bet of Flour tililjutuir Ilran Oblck qu Feed e 1rlccs reasonable Oai KennedyUhler e f v l n J ill Mn THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f STANFOHU Ky Juui21 1001 Trtv tho Judea Taftcigar for B cholco smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUlt prescription work Is PeonysDrug PERSONALS Kitts P L DKCIC hoe been quite sickMiss ELLEN DALLOU It back from Somerset Mns J E PbimtAN Is hero from LoulivllloTlios NmvLAND went to Drodhcaa Wednesday Mil J L JONBS of Alum Springs Is hero on buttness- MisstfECMH CARSON Is visiting relatives In Lancaster MRS FELIX HAMILTON of Marion Uvltb Mlee LIcclo Dcozley- M G A PEYTON spent several Jay with friend In Lexington drtheMiss HELEN HOCKER pf Huston vlllc Is with Vise Lucille Cooper MR J D BROWN of Casey took Tuo dav train for CampbcllsvUIo Mns W U WEAKEN and baby are sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs HERMAN HUSER of Ottcnbolm has gone to Cincinnati to work In a groc ery Mns L D S PATTOX of Soracriot t Ie visiting Mrs J L Yantl In th West I ndIJ T MENKPEK of Montgomery I Ala arrived yesterday to visit the home folk Mns It M DAKEK of Huntington W Va Is the guest of Miss Floroccc Truchcart OLLIK HIATT left yesterday for Chi cage where ho will probably engage In buslncM f MR AND Mns NEWMAN1 DURIf of Owensboro Bra visiting relatives here and at Danville MRS MATILDA DAVIBSS and Mrs T D Uanoy are visiting Mr Kato Dud derar at LeRoy III COL TIIOMAS W PAXTON of Clnt alonatt spout several days with Mosar t t W II andT Traylor t MRS N T WBAHBX of Lexington was on Wednesdays train en route to Crab Orchard Spring t MRS WM DUVES and children baro returned to Somerset after a pleasant visit to Mrs C W Lovell MRS FitANXns LUMAN and Mill Tttama Dcarlng of Fletnlngsburg are with Mrs J W Baughman W Missus MAUY HUNDLEY Mary an d Llalo Portman returned peeterda- Irom St Catherines College MRS NANNir1 EMIIHY and MI Nannetto heath of Nlcholasvlllc a guests of Mrs A H Severance SADie GINSUURO 01 Cinch Rebecca Landy of 4MISSES Mcsdame Glnsburg JACKSON GIVENS an children of Pltttburg camo down yesterday to visit relatives here MRS ARCH FRYE and son Hubert of Uustonvllle aro visiting several mountain towns Including the exMag ic City 1 J G HACKLEY son of Mr J T 11fHacklcy Is a member of Harvard 9 graduating class which contains 1200 member TUB aged mother of Mayor J N McBofeo It very at the homo of her daughter Mrs M F Herring In the West End MRS R L GRCUHS who has been at Joaeph Price Infirmary for treat ment returned to her home at Shelby City Wednesday JotiN M FARKA W S Ferguson and Frank Marktbury of Lancaster came with tho Louisville Board of Trade BI far Stanford MRS B G GOER and the children have moved from Danville to her hus I bands farm near Hustonvlllo and the old man is delighted MR AND MRS F J JONES of Crab Orchard were hero Tuesday and paid this ofllco a call Mr Jones Is ono of the I Jt best paying subscribers MR E TARRANT who occasionally sends us a letter from Casey was In to tee us yesterday Ho looks as young as bo did a quarter of a contury ago Miss BERTH GREEN trimmer for r Miss Llcclo Beazloy loft yesterday for homo at Hopklnsvlllo She has boon r ill and her slater Mrs Edmonds can- E o for her r Miss EVELYN HOPE KFNUIMCIC of Montlcollo who will represent that town In the elocutionary contest at Waltons Opera house tonight Is tbo guest of Miss Anna Cook I MRS LOUISA HUSER of Enochs burg Ind and Mrs Elizabeth Midden dart of Oldonaburg same State moth er and mother in lawof William Hu ser of Ottcnhelm returned homo Tuesday after a visit to blmIL H LANDMAN M D of Coving ton was hero yesterday arranging for his making tbls town ono day in each t month for tho purpose of treating dis eased eyes and ordering glasses for pa tient at popular prices when occasion demands It LOCALS PURITAN Bluo Fame Oil Stoves at low prices to close John Bright Jr It Co ly wi a Bua FINISH at Craig k Hockere perfectQtting AT COST Summer ateMrs Klf by and Miss VanDcvcdr 4t NEW line of out glass eandolabras gold watches etc Wra Hamilton jow oler figuresWantJr it CoItFOR SALT OR RENT Residence of five rooms on Danvlllo Avenuo Six acres of load Splendid location H Helm ON and after July tclllsell meats strictly for cash and this meant I will credit nobody No favors shown O P Huffman It I WILL soil at public auction on Lan caster street county court day In July my entire lot of household and kitchen furniture Joseph Gln burl WE can give permanent pleasant and profitable employment to a tow en CessTo CINCINNATI Tho L k N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday next at 1150 The train leaves tbo depot hors at 215 A M and return at oclock giving 12 hour In the city OHAiitTJ T OIIalr died sudden pot heart disease at his horns near tinnews of his death was a shock to our people Ho wai an exunion soldier and a clever nine A wife survives him MAKING A let rJ Bryant now of Versailles who is visiting here tell us that isle preparation knows as Bryants Headache Powders aro In great demand and that they sell Ilk n hot cakes Mr Bryant is making considerable reputation on his patent medicine and may be a millionaire yot W B Mcltobcrtt handles his powder bore McAKEii Helen McAfee the 11 yearold daughter of W M McAfee who has made her homo at Mr T L Crow near Hustonvlllc died there Tuesday niter a protracted Illneta of consumption and was laid to rest beside her mother In Buffalo cemetery Wed nesday after services by Eld B J Plnkorton Sho was an amiable exec little girl and her friend goaorall weep over her early demise Till republican of Garrard met Tuesday afternoon and nominated tho demyo m ber R A Burnsldo for judge JOt Duacaro assessor H Collier representative Rico Bongo 1ecoun y or superinten fdo r on way from t Pdlllpplnci where bo has been ear ing as a soldier CIRCUIT COURT The case of Thos JOlephWbltloytrial when wo wont to press Tuesday morning resulted In an acquittal at 210 Wednesday Tho verdict was an almost universally popular ono and when It was read the crowd In tho courthouse loudly applauded Judgo Saulloy doesnt allow such outbursts of feeling In his court however and sev eral Ones woro assessed but later re miffed Tho caso agalust George Stephenson who was Indicted with Fish for the killing was dismissed which disposed of all of the tour mur der cases on tbo docket which Is good considering that tho court had been In session only seven days Five speeches wore made In the Fish case but that of Hon John T Goodman of VInccnnci Ind Is deserving of especial mention Ho spoke for nearly two hours and his effort Is pronounced as araongtho best over heard In tho courthouse Judgo Davlsons speech Is also highly spoken of As usual Commonwealths Attor ney Owsloy County Attorney Helm and lIon F F Bobbin for tho prose cution acquitted themselves creditably before the jury Messrs Fish and Stephenson wcro warmly received when they camo out of the court hou so nnd scores of hearty handshakes wero given them They wero both in tho best of spirits and showed llttlo bad effect from tholr confinement Alfred Jones for forging a check on J Tflackloy plead guilty and was given two years In the penitentiary Two cases against Win Rogers wero dismissed Evan Harris charged with malicious shooting was acquitted Tho case of tho Danville DIx River k Lancaster Turnpike against Lincoln county for the balance of the purchase monoy was dismissed by the court on tho ground that tbo suit was brought before the monoy was flue A D Root was allowed a claim of liDO against tho estate of Miss Mary Myers by arbitrators Yesterday was consumed In trial of arainltJordanby ono of the witnesses at 8123 The session of tho grand jury was ex tended one day and they will meet again next Tuesday EXTRA Clean Red Top Cano Seed HIgglns it McKlnDcy PLENTY handmade harness of the latest pattern on hand J C McClary NEW mounts and carbon finish plot urea and everything new Miss Sa cray AnoCT 200 tickets bavo been sold for- eth Elocutionary Contest ut Waltons Opera tonight thatour terms aro cash Low cash prices on teed of all kinds J H Baughman it Co NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Your city taxes for the year 1001 are duo Pleas settle L R Hughes Collector THE court of granted a now trial to Eugene Montgom6ry sentenced at Danvlllo to hung for the murder of his Illegitimate child MISSES ADAMS of Hustonvlllo will sell their millinery stock on reasonable terms Good stand Contemplate mov log causes them to sell Write or call5 WHISKY W H Traylor sold to a party Tuesday 500 barrels of whisky for about 7000 Mr Traylor presented tho Commercial Club of Lan caster two cases of his best to go toward entertaining the Louisville Board of Trade STRANGE PETS Tilt CrutchQeld of Rowland has seven young polo cafe that follow him around like doge and with which ho spends much of his me playing Their odor has almost tho old folks from homo but Till keeps up his enjoyment with his strange pets- SUCCESSFUL HORSE TRAINER Mr R H Bronaugb who recently sold ou his stable of rotate at good prices horn Tuesday feeling good over the success of this years work His etrin was composed chiefly of youngster- and while bo did not win a great man sraces ho got his horses In good condi flea to sell and parted with thorn for a tnug sum Ho alto sold a number of bang tails ho was handling for outside portico Including the Scorpion filly owned by Messrs W HL and Ja Murphy for which be got 8300 Mr lire naugh has a few youngsters he will fit up this summer and will take in a lim rod number of good young ones for those wishing them bandied GREAT CAMP 11 TtNO1her0 wll bo a great camp meeting at Preach Mopr pu pit orators and Rev Geo W Young orator and temperance lecturer wf do tbo preaching assisted by a number of other minister The singing will bo conducted by Prof George E Ker coy of Wllmore a splendid leader of song and Miss Ltczio Victor of Mid dlctboro a charming singer with number of other good singers to assist This will be the greatest camp meetfa over hold In tbls section and you aro cordially invited to attend Como hodo good and get good H B Cockrill J L Hutchlns Wm Sprinkles H TIle visit of the Louisville Board of Trade was mado Wednesday but It was so quickly over we can hardly realize that our distinguished guests have been with us Their special train was an hour late In arriving and when It camo tbo several hundred people at the depot marched with tho members of tho board headed by the bran band they rattled to Waltons Opera where Mayor J N Menefeo Judge W E Vornon who welcomed tho gentlemen In a neat and welltimed speech Ho got oxen with Gov Brad ley who told too gentlemen at Lancas ter tbat Stanford needed no more rail roads and ho Impressed upon our uce to tho regret of our people In general they were not gives tlmo to entertain them Col Danforth President Mil ler and William Thalhelmcr mado short talks and extended an invitation to Stanford people generally to meet them In the baggage car of their train where liquid refreshments lowed free ly Mayor Weaver could not make the swing around the circle with tho crowd but President Miller and M B Bowden tilled his place very creditably The latter gentlemen was known to his fellow travelers as tho Chaun coy Deputy of tho gang The Courier Journal was represented on tho train that bore the crowd by Frank Wnsson Charles A Dalloy R L Otfutt and R M Hooo Ike Marcosson represented tho Louisville Times Sherley Craw ford the Post Robert Wilson the Commercial and Louis Stoln the An zelger Thero wero 130 merabau of the Board of Trade and 70 firms sac r0 represented Mayor J N Mcnefee Judge W E Varnon W H Traylor W W With ors and E C Walton went to Lancn- ter to moot tbo Louisville gootlom and hereby acknowledge courtesies ex tended by them as well as kindnesses received at the hands of tho Lancaster gentlemen who have every reason to feel proud of the manner In which they entertained their guests Stanford realizes that sho did little or nothing for bar Loulsylllo friends but It purely their fault An Intereetl program was being arranged for their delecttalon bat a letter from Secretary Telford stated that they could bo withI us only a few minutes and our i ments were of course changed ITnREE residences a 1acra lot and flIE Leo Sims 2t THE Warren G lg Chapter U D C will meet next Tuesday afternoon 25th at 3 oclock with Mrs H J Me Roberts died at her home near Crab Orchard Tuesday after a long Illness aged 00 and was burled In Crab Orchard Ceme tory Wednesday She was the widow of Hiram Roberts THE meeting of State Pharma ceutical Association at Crab Orchard Springs which closes today has been a very interesting and enjoyable one Some 150 of the members were present and nearly every county In the State was represented The organization was called to order Tuesday afternoon by President C Lewis Deihl of Louis ville who delivered the annual address after which reports of various commit tees were heard After tbo business meetings tho query box was opened for awhile and later came contests of various in and outdoor sports such as euchre quotation contests appetizing contests ten pies games greasy pig raves pie eating contests ko all of which were hotly contested and much enjoyed There were prizes offered In all pf these contests and some of them were costly The business was about completed yesterday and last night an old fashioned cake walk was enjoyed Tbo officers elected to serve during the next year are President John L PresidentHtary J W Gayle of Frankfort and Treasurer Vernon Drlskcll of Ghent Gravson Springs was decided on as the Leportant committees for tbnext meet SpringsaThedrujglltspleasant memory of him and his rood wile ACCEPTED Rev B J PInkerton of Hustonville camo down Wednesday and accepted the presidency of Stan ford Female College Hisfaculty which will likely Include some of the ladles who taught here last year will be an nounced later Below is a testimonial of Mr Pinkerton slgccd by some of eITo the Honorable Board of Trustees of the Stanford Female College Gentlemen Having been informed appllefld Inbisposition bothaas as CollegeR pastetodiligentbusiness ment of the school has been under all creditableConllderln experience as a teacher and his char acter and culture as a Christian gentle man we do not believe you can find a man better qualified to serve as presi dent of your school Witness our sig natures J P Rlffe H Brown J W n RobldJames Frye NOTICE Tho i public It hereby notified thnt my plrmlthuntingatnRIaIIT FERRILL w yue burg YEARLINGMULE Lett pasture on Inxton place In last few IntormatlonIladlnKKy NOTICE orboundarlcpad L C DUNN Mt SalemI RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now open for guests Everything Is athelCnrnnce ltneit9 will be given wtlling chlldrenM50 per week her further Information apply to W II VAUOHAN Dr RGGOLDSTEIN Stanford Juno Slh and lIbI alutment IIIIUral experience in the one branch Sclentlflt an mtrhaulallyOn de tluulullryIbatan1bATuAsaphFARM FOR SALE OR RENT Oklahomang I miles from Hustonrllle near llustonvlllo goodoutllulhllllgied land In good state of cultivation and goodtluloorcdE OAWENTEK Hustonvlllo STAPLE AND fANCY GROCERIES Hardware Stoves and Tinware Woodenware Glassware Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers COOLERS Call and see HouseCorner John Bright Jr Co Great Inducementsi o r Will be offered in our house during the sum keeping but expect to make you prices that wil justly demand a good portion of yourtrade We have arranged with The National Rebate Co To give you one of their rebate stamps with each lOc cash purchase Our window is now filled elegant useful presents which will be given absolutely free rebateslet us explain JOIN Pe JONES Stanford mE a p We have just freshened our I Midseason Stock OFm i Summer Dress Goods I jjjjpiques Valr S3 erties collars fans and m umbrellas 3 m jIOur line of Ladies Oxfords and m I Slippers is complete ra Severance Sons iImBUE 7 BEIM We have one of the largest and best selected stocks of Vehicles I Ever brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show V exceptionallllow ImplementsorIncluding Farm Wagons Tooth and Disc Harrows Plows Rollers farmWeTiresnd addtilowsesBruce Bright Danville New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find EverytbingPercectly Fresl And you Kayo a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsco us W W SAUNDERS lft CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street l r I 1 I THE Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at econddatt mat- krubllohdTUiap rn4Fxid- at n PER YEAR CASH a When not sopaldiSSOO will be charged Posted My farm Is postal nod I will not permit anyone to hunt or in any trespass on It Those who do sO will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law ERNST ITLUIAXX DANVILLE KY J Manufacturer of And Dealer In Lime Cement c o Write For Prices A 8 PRICE I Dentist Stanford Ky VINTFRIORJOIMAL ERDILLEHAY 3RICK Omeovr UcBoberU Drng Store In the Owiley I OaUdlnc R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins McKlnneys Stor Telephone No 48 JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch in the Georg Holmes property In Grab Orchard where I will be glad to give you Your meal bran shlpstulT Ac for your wheat and corn Glv 33 pounds of good lour and 10 pounds bran of No2 wheat Our meal tl IIImytown and I trust you me a share of patronage I retail flour meat at wholesale The flour andI meal are made at the Farmers Roller Stanford I sell corn by the feed or MORRIS FRED n Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchangoa rRUITTBROSi MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery iii C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor 4STANFORD KY a Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERT88ERS DZALIK3 FtirnitMreMatUnssRuRH And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY L J+ c + fYJcG1J MY UNDERTAKER eD1anufacturorandDealearln HARNESS SADDLERY C Stanford Ky SAW Mini FOR S I desire toell saw mill or will trade It for stock or will move It to a body ot timber and saw It It party wishes alv9ISoLCTOx Crab Orchard FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALT STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Hones and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager GO TO Fe KRUGER Mt Vornon11Wrel lowest lie carries a roll and complete wto1t primHoots Shots nail Groceries UardDry ware Ac and often bargains In all linn Eve new toil upto date David Pointer- atnmaufnhfastore II he larlte hli friends to call on him Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In IIntclasutyleE- Xlerlcnced men to do It and work guara seed can liave your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ity Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD KY MORRIS FRED PnorniKTou I desire to announce to the public that I km ready to do andand all kinds of grind- Ing theand that I times best o- fFlour MOM Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a hare of your patronage promising to give you the best me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage II FRED Pror Drs Slavin Phillip OSTEOPATHISTS W11l be In Dan Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be in Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sa urdaya- Ofleelo the 1ennlngton BalldlnglSUnfordC lIel hours 9 to A1 1 to r OSTEOPATHY and by Dr A tiP1Inciplet of Anatomy no rubbin- oaorgtcalopersltontaniclaiws i nlnz sups itural Osteopathy rlew aia machine ofao man Lrta Its ti adjustment When all parte arl properly adjusted orerworked health II the result Some of the diseases treated by us Nerroi rostratlon Headaches Neuralgia lUuumatlan CatanbJWeak Eyes Granulated Lids Goltn DUraies Constlpatloi cart itYer Lung Eolsrged Pronate all Stoni ach lies and intestinal troubles Disease ol BtiaJolnt- rrallatncnnttaenceofUriDe Bones aDd Curvatures Dislocations LocomomrAtal ty Consultation Free I incoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under time management eontlnu- vously for Si Yews Solicits Your Ban Account pint such badness relations will prone matu ly benenctil and pleuT DIP vCTORS J a Paxton JB JUWllifSr AW W H Cummins J E Lynn SlI Shanks J F Cash J B Owslty OFFICERS S a Shanks I Presldenthler W M Brtyht Ant Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Cal1t11 Stb ck 150030 Sarplm 110000 ils Institution originally established u the pollt Bank of Stanford In ISM then reorganized u tblNltlonal Bank of Stanford in 1855 IndaraIJ- eorranlred u the First National Bank ot Stanford n 1882 has had practically anunlnterrnpteJ IIlItI- ncetor years It Is better supplied now will- IacI1IUn for transacting business promptly and eraUtban erer before In its lonfand honotab career Accounts of indlrlduals fiduciaries alld Indltldualssollclted DIRTOU F Reid LtncoloC3t S T Harris J S HockerS WP Watson J H CoUlerCrab Orchd M OEluore Stanford Hotter President JW Hayden Stanfur H Banghman TP Rill W Trlbble Jas lUMnson Hubble orrrcau J S 8 A Jj J McPutberts Cashier l You will find at James Fryes Store the largest and most attractive line of r MENS BOYS CHILDRENS CLOTHING Shoes and Slippers for Ladies Men Boys and Gjrls A Complete Line of Dry Goods Notions Etc Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Etc Also a complete 2 LINE OF GROGERI ES sF- orless than you can buy the same goods nt other stores JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE L rrALE TIIECHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CON VENTION To Endeavors and Their Friends The Queen City of the West InvIte you most cordially to attend tho 20th International Convention of the Y P S C E which will open Saturday evening July 6th continuing through Wednesday July 10th For five years Cincinnati has actively pressed her claims to entertain this convention Since the honor wns granted her noth tog is being spared that will add to the pleasure and comfort of the many thousands of who will throng her streets The meetings are to be held In the great Music Hall ad joining exposition buildings and Odeon Hall Should these overflow beautiful Washington Park otters room The excellent program is about completed of which Secretary Baer says We have never before had so attractive a program and I bollovo that God Is go- Ing to abundantly blc our coming to ether Many of our best known speakers and others from foreign lands will addressthe convention It is In letdenominational all well as Interna tlonalIIf you can go why not There will be no convention next year and it NEWS NOTES Fire at Buffalo caused a loss of 8260 000 A cloudburst did great damage In Lewis county A Kansas farmer named Butt klllei himself because be could not got help to harvest his wheat The Christian county grand jury wll meet again Monday to Investigate the Western Asylum scandal The home of J H HIghtowcr a Ne gro preacher at Madison vllle was dy namlted but nobody was hurt In an altercation at Collins Miss between H D Latry and an old mat named Davis both were killed Fifteen million feet of lumber In the yard of the Ontario Lumber Co ot French river was destroyed by fire James F Abcarn angered by his wifes dissipated habits shot and killed her at Gravesend and committed sul cldoM E Ryan a harnossmalcor of Bow ling Green drank carbolic acid by mistake thinking It was whisky and depth quickly resulted Henry Johnson colored was sen tented to nine years Imprisonment at Lexington for attempting to kill and rob old man Rankin demons Ferdinand J PQngst ono of the wealthiest of Louisvilles retired capl allate died from the effects of an op ration performed in Germany where ho was visiting a sister It Is said that the National Steel Company will be merged Into tbo Car legit Steel Company and that the Steel Hoop Company will UEO be taken over by the Carnegie company Rural free delivery will be established near Concord Knox county TennI July 1 F H Boring has been apI olnted carrier The length of the outo 1524 miles and the population to be served Is W Greer Campbell who was arrest cd in Louisville for alleged misconduc- ta a land deal with Judge Thomas F iargls has been arrested again in Cln Innatl as a fugitive from justice Itls- said he has swindled numerous capitalists and seven Indictments charging blm with forgery and other offecs es bang over him in Chicago BOYLE NI IIOLS may be many yqars before It will meet so near us again It will be lust across tho river and the First Christian Church of Covlnglonwlll bo Kentucky1 State headquarters So you may como homo every night If you like There homes will bo assigned to you at the following rates Private families and boarding houses COc for lodging and 23o for meals Hotels 92 to 85 poi day American and el to 82 European plan If you wish assistance from the Entertainment Committee arrange to arrive In Cincinnati not later than Sat urday evening of the lib as this com mitten will bo excused from duty dur log Sunday but will glvo you a hearty welcome on Monday Tho railroad have granted a rate of one faro for the round trip with the usual oxcursloi privileges Cincinnatis many other attractions are too well known to bi mentioned aside from tbo convention Accept her Invitation O come to Cincinnati yo host of Y P SC E Come and toll ui the glorious victories won Come and shout aloud ho anna from fair Ohios shore Con O come to Cincinnati Nine teen Ond Air to Lily of the Valley G L C Rev Win Young of Newark N J was found guilty of bigamy The L ft N has bought the blrmln ham Selma and Now Orleans railroad Europe has 33000 births and 2UOO deaths dally Of course this estlma Is in round numbers Mr T E Earl general manager of tho LangdonCreasey Company diedI very suddenly In Lexlbgton Reckless driving caused the death of a child at Sandusky Ohio nod serial Injury to four other persons Herbert W Pearson a geologist haa sued tbo Great Northern Railroad for JloOOOOO for services In locating coi l held A Denver judge denounced by antl alooo reformers has summoned his Titles to appear and answer for con tempt of court Busts of Gorge Washington and Robert E Lee were presented to the Washington and Lei University In Lexington Va John D Rockefeller Is to glvo the Negro college at Tuskcgce Ala a dormitory that will cost 815000 Tbl will set John Ds Income back aml6t 11 minutes At Berkeley Cal Dr J G Jessup a dentist was shot and fatally wounded 5v Rev Charles Adam who was at erapjlog to whip his daughter whet lessup interfered Postmaster General Smith has prom scd to give James P Gray tho job of xmraaster at New Castle and remove Ilse Gertrudo Sanders who has no other means of support William E Broderick of Baltimore fas re elected president of the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers Aesocla Ion R N Wathen of Lebanon Ky Val elected a member of the board ol control FUIt BWAIli OK OINliinSTS CATAItltl THAT CONTAIN MEHCtUY M mercury will urdyketroythe tense oi melt IDd completely deraoK system when uterlnj U the mucous surfaces Huel rode should serer be used exre t on jirrwilp tlons from reputable phystclsus u the damszt lbe will do II ten to the you can pout- Iyderleefromtbem Halls raUrrh cure luanu icturtd by A Co Tomb 0 run talnl no mercury sad Is taken Internally acting Irectly upon thlablood and mucous surface of the stem In buying lUlla Catarrh Cure he lUre- yet the genuine It Is taken Internally and die In Toledo F J Cbeney A Co Tesll lonlals free Sold by drcgglsts price per otlleUalll Family Mils are the best IE REAM SODA wPure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG 0 L COYER NICHOLS DOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a handsome new hearse and urn fully equipped for directing funerals OUR EPAIRIAC3 DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stering Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Mr Cover Is president and Mr Nichols secretary of oylo and Lincoln County Burial Association of which is to provide for the funeral oxponses of its member and arc lie association undertaken J8 Goode le the gent for LIncoln County Phone 175 Y r I THEt N iook1y Mount otINCORPORATED 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 6TT Secretary 73 East Short Street = Lexington ky See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence Stanford GO TO W B VlcRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains S tlSSSISSII Special Prices On Mens Boys and Chil- I drens Suits for next Thirty days W E PERKINS Crab Orchard KyS GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT The Racket Store Stanford Ky Of the entire stockof Dry Goods Notions Mens Rove and riiildrens Clothing y Boots and Shoos Ladies and Uonts Furniskg Good Trunks Valises ctc to Close Out At 50 Cents On the Dollar This will be one of the greatest slaughtering ttlos ever known to the people ofjLincoln and surrounding counties Come anti see for yourselves as In nothing reserved for every dollars worth of goods must positively ho closed out by Aug 1 1001 We hnve no space to mention our ew prices but it will pay you to come for away and take advantage title great closing out sale FOR SALE House and lot on Min Street hprie surrey and spring wagon CastRaaagesa With Steel Ovens Arc rapidly becoming more popular Try one and you will see why It is Sittifac u tion Guaranteed George H Farris Cowelt ouorlBtEStJPUrrRf ooA the most careful attention andIJReceive Bra Filled With TUB Best material t The Lowest CASH Prices v