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YI r t SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 25 1901 9 A Ai NO 2fi LAND STOCK CROPS ETC James McCarley of Garrard bought a lot of lambs at 4o 0 T Bobon sold to W II Ulneanon a saddle horse for W C Terhune bought In Mercer county 20 mulo colts at 160 to 8T0 Mark Ilardtn bought la the Waynes burl section a bunch of hogs at Mo Gray Jr Dell of Louisville hare sold their pacing mare to an Eastern flrra for WOOO It Is estimated that from 1350000 to 100000 changed hands on the Ameri can Derby James W Moqre of Rockcastlc sold to J H Baughman Co a carload of- wheat at 70o Loulsvllln sports are said to have e dropped 110000 on Ills Eminence In the American Derby Dan Peed bought of J Q Ward bU crop of about 20000 pounds of tobacco at Oc Bourbon Now Six or eight good young highgrade Shorthorn milk cows for sale AU + fresh Josh Jones Stanford W C Whitney It Is claimed paid 130000 lor a two ycarold colt by Wal ter Course dam Marguerlquc Too United State produces 775000 000 pounds of tobacco yearly Oec half this amount Is consumed at homo S Morgan bought of W S McGuIro and George Rankle a lot of hoes at 6c He wants more at the same money Boasley Isms bought of W A Trlb ble a two yearold horse for 175 and sold to him a bunch of shoats at 6c E P Carpenter of the West End has a colt by Dignity Dare for which he has rnfutcd 1300 He hold him at 509 j t M J Farrlf sold to Simon Wlehl SJi fat cattle for July delivery at 5c They will average when delivered 1500 Ibs Kews Join Jones sold to J D Dalton of Moreland 60 barrel of corn at 276 and to K P Woods a Jersey cow and calf for 3760 Josh Jones 60 lambs that hosold to E P Woods at Cic somo time ago t topped the Cincinnati market the day i they wore sold Dignity Dare the splendid saddle stallion owned by D S Carpenter of Uutlonvlllc Is making a big season He has served 70odd mares Brigadier broke the worlds record for one mile over a circular track at 1 Sheeptbcad bay by winning the Sheep I head hay Handicap easily In 137 Ilj The first bite of this years cotton crop was from Nueccs codnty Texas and It Is claimed this breaks the worlds record for early cotton by four days U B Woods Jr tells us that be has a colt by Eagle Bird that ho Is going to worry the boys at the fairs with this year He says It beau the good one ho last year In his review of the financial situa tion Mr Philip King states that the dullness of the past week was duo largely to the desire of groat Interests to restrict present operations for a la riseRobert Waddell ridden by Butlman woo Uio American Derby Terminus t was second and The Porader was third Tho time was 23345 the record for the American Dorby The betting against the winner was 12 to LANcASTEIt COCUT Thera weroy only about 75 cattle at tho Lancaster stock pens yesterday and very few sold A mixed lot of steer and helfor calves brought 813 and some cow etult 2lo A bunch of hogs sold at 5o and some lOWS and pigs Mill to IIH There was Mule or no trading In horses and j f mules The crowd was unusually small DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for couhs and colds is all right bur you want something that will relieve and cure the mom severe and dangerous results of throat and lung roubles What shall you dot Jo to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if nut possible for you then in either case lake the only remedy that has been Introduced In all civilized v countries with success In severe throat and tuui troubles Buschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays Inflammation causes easy expec loratlou gives a good nights rest cures the Try one bottle Hoc- Cluwendcll years byall druggists In the world Oct Ama nile For sale at Pennys Drug Store I Stanford yr The Hurrodsburg Democrat W P Walton at the bellows came In on reg iular tlmo last week full of spicy edito sqt rials and Interesting saws Items Har rodeburg will now be given an opport tunlty of becoming acquainted with u real live democratic paper backed by a j gentleman who knows what to say and t how to say It We predict that tho people of Mercer county will soon learn the value of the Democrat and will support It liberally Adalr News Fourth of July Rotes Low rates via the Queen A Crescoat Route from all andgoodr ticket agents t A lame shoulder iusually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may he cured by a low applications of Chamberlain Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Hoclter Druggists 1 t Crab Orchard Mrs Dr Burdettc of Brodhcad vis Ited her parents Mr and Mr D C Payne this week There l a vast amount of lumber and a largo number of line telephone poles at the lumber yard awaiting ship mentTho Southern Military Band of Crab Orchard will furnish the music for the picnic to be given bythe Maccabses at Wayncsburg on the 20th A gala day Is anticipatedMr Smith of Cor bin cane down Saturday and remained until Monday with his family Mrs Dr Carpenter Mice Tort and Mrs Dr Black spent Sunday with Mrs M E Fish and daughter The Ice cream and strawberry upper oven by the ladles of the Baptist church was a very pleasant occasion and a handsome little sum was realized A praiseworthy effort Is Being made by tho ladles of both Baptfstand Chris tian churches to repair and modern ize their church buildings Harry McGeo of Livingston Is visiting his mother for a brief period Mrs Hannah Wllhoyte of Woodford and Mrs Cora Gaines of Lancaster are with Mrs Wm Stewart Miss Isabel Ross of McKlnnoy made a short visit to friends hero Sunday Uncle Charlie Redd continues verr feeble Misses Georgia and Katie King re turned from a visit to Parksvllle and Junction City Eld G W Shepherd left yesterday for a short visit to Lou isville Mr Dave Purdom and wife of Ml Vernon were visitors of Mljs Fan nie Langford Mr James Collier of Mt Vernon Ie a guest of Mr John Dameron Mm Amanda Roberts departed this life last Thursday at the extreme old age of 02 Shesustalncd and sooth ed by unfaltering trusi approached her grave like ono who wraps the drapery of her COUCh and lice down to pleasant dreams An appropriate service at her grave was conducted by Eld J G LivingstonMr Carson and family of Louis vile are sojourning with Mrs Sarah Brooks and daughter Mrs John Car boot of Alabama Is visiting her sister Mrs David Holman Miss Jean Buch anan returned Friday from a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs A Addams at Lebanon Mr John Haldeman of Louisville Is spending a few days with her mother Mr Jobn Buchanan Mrs Fridayfrom gayduringmacists and otberrroWlnent persons gathered at and all went merry as a marriage bell for several days There was a sound of dayTheirtaming consisting of a business period and then games and contests of an In lercsllog nature Many handsome prizes were awarded ihn victors Mr and Mm J B Willis were equal to the occasion and left nothing undone for the comfort of their visitors Guests arrive now on every train and an un usually prosperous season Is anticipat ed for thl deservedly popular resort 1N MEMORIAM Dr Edward M Estcs departed this life Juno 19th lOon We are doing nothing out of tho ordinary when we pay a tribute to tbo memory of a do Ceased brother The ancient Greeks and Romans were wont to gather bout their fallen heroes and recount their virtues and the trophies they bad won Memorials brass and marble In undying verso and Imperishable Utterance have come down through all ages to Inspire the ambition of youth and stir the pulse of manhood It Is Indeed filling that we should a brletmo dallylifewho have attained a worthy promt nence among men and while wo weave a garland of lowers to deck the graves of our friends who have gone from among us the lesson of our mortality and the duties wo owe to each other and our families KyWItEREAS of the Unlyerso has seen cause In His Infinite wisdom to remove from this hallowed ball Bro Edward M Estes we bow In humble submission to tbo will of Him who doeth all things well and while wo his brethren mourn his loss and untimely death and our faith Is strengthened the hope of a glori ous Immortality therefore bo It RESOLVED tblslo 1le bo drap cd In mourning and Us members wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days That we the brethren of this lodge tender our sincerest sympathy to the widow and orphans our do ceased brother and point them to Rim who watches over Israel a That a copy of these resolutions bo spread on the minutes of the lodge and copies of same be sent to the wid ow and relatives of the deceased W L LOWDER i MOSES COFFEY I Committee P M WARE I What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For Bale by Craig Hooker Druggists Low RATES The L d N will sell roundtrlp tickets at It fares to any station on Its lines July 2 3 4 good reo ofJuly r r t ails Hartwell Casey County Miss Bettle King has been quite sick for the past few days The Casey county teachers Institute will meet July 8 for a 10 days session George King has returned from a business trip to the Cumberland Moun tame Frank Russell wife and daughter of Lincoln aro visiting Col Robert Lao bam this week- Humphrey Bros bought recently rom a Cincinnati 0 firm one of the famous O I C hogs P Barton has the sympathy of tbo entire community having lost both father and mother In the last few weeksMany of the boys who have served their country so valiantly In the Phil ippines have returned to their homes In this locality The grocery drummers and fisher men are as thick on the roads In Casey county as a concourse of fiddlers on their way to Heaven James Chelf the hustling saw mill man has returned from the mountains to be with his family now quartered at hia fathers Perry Chclf M K Humphrey can not be found even for business transactions But tis written he shall leave father and mother and business and cleave unto his wifeI C Brown has five teams hauling his lumber from Morses mill lo Dan ville A Humph ey and wife were In Stanford recently to consult Dr R A Jones The potlie young matron Mrs C R Carton Is taking music and will soon entertain her family and friends with choice selections at her elegant home on Green River Tho Sunday school recently organlz ed at Carpenter Creek Schoolhouse Is prospering having a regular attend ance of nearly 100 The enterprise should be encouraged as a step In the right direction Mrs J H Sympson one of Lancas ters handsomest ladles visited her sister Mrs I C Brown last week Miss Catherine Wllchcr of Stanford Is visiting her uncle Wllllaji Myers Sr and family Eld J H Newel scarcely removes his gloves at meal time Having gone unrcathed through two matrimonial ventures he will not be handicapped preent1Itlollmice and men gang aft aglec At a late hour Tuesday night tbe house of George Davis burned with most of Its contents Cause of tho fire is not known unless It caught from a defective flue In which there had been a fire early In the evening because of the health of Mrs Davie It was In sured In the Kentucky Central Fire In surance Co Aunt Catherine Rigging of Phllvls Ited her suns J WAnd William Rig gins this week Miss Julia Lanham has returned from a visit to her slater Mrs Frank Russell of Lincoln John Wheats pride is out of proportion to tbe gravity of the offense He U papa to a One girl but Is doing very nicely at this writing HIS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBER LAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIAKKHOEA REMEDY III am sure that ChamberlainV Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafelatte of Gregory Landing Clark county Mis souri I was iu such bad shape that the doctors IlIld I could not live When 1 vas at the lowest ebb one of my neighbors brought In a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nd I took it and got instant relief I boon got up and around That was nine years ago and I am still in good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house and always will be It is the best on earth For sale by Craig c Hocker DruggietIThe L N belt roundtrip tick eta to Detroit Mich at one firslclasa fare plus 82 membership fee account National Educational Association July 5 0 7 good till 12 By depositing tick eta with joint agent at Detroit on or be fore July 12th and on payment of a fee ot 50 cents at time of deposit an exten alon of final limit will be permitted to September let Inclusive Our Jo John Yerkes may be as one of his subs Insists the logical candl date for vlco president in 1901 but sophistry cuts more Ice than logic In the selection of the oil horse at our quadrennial racesLou Limes Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington June 25 to July 5 Low rates WIN llamaipwn to Junction City good to re turn July 5th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlneludon G PA You can tell your readers that the fly has literally ruined my wheat crop said Clever Tom Best of the West End to us the other day A poatoaicd has been established at Ashton Whitley county with G W Lovett postmaster MISS THEOHEMPHILL OF LANCASTER who won first honors In the contest here Friday night- LANCASTER Born to the wife of Ben Pollard of IrlSarabIone a State certificate at her examination last week Mr Kilgore of Glasgow and Miss Fannie the pretty daughter of John Parks of Paint Lick will be married this morning Our base ball boys went over to Crab Orchard Thursday and the game played there resulted In a score of 12 to In favor of Crab Orchard- A telegram from St Louis tells of the critical Illness of Charles W FrU ble formerly of this place His moth er Mr Mattle Friable and brother Fred Friable left at once for his bed sideD K Prewltt shipped a car of sheep to Greene Embry at Cincinnati Fri day Sweeney Morgan shipped a car of hogs to W R Crawford of Cincinnati Lawson Jt Fox shipped a car of TuesdayThe at the Christian church Thursday evening was a success In every particular and a neat little sum of about 140 was realiz ed The pictures shown throughout the entertainment were very good and a large crowd was present The baptizing at Dlx River on Thursday afternoon was witnessed by a performedmanner as he always does Prof VII son accompanied by a few other good singers rendered Nearer My God to wayMisshas been vlsltlpg friends here Miss Worrell who Is one of the best teach ere In the county has been employed as Instructor in the public school at Crab Orchard Editor Louis Landram of tbe Central Record went over to Crab Orchard last week while the State Pharmaceutical Association was there W L Spence a typewriter salesman ot Lexington was In town several days Master Richard Anderson spent MlsAMargaretvisit friends In Loulevllle Miss Nor NicholasllIeMesdamesHenry MrsssNelleatMeCrcary MissElsiesome weeks Miss Amanda Eate left PrankEsteitbAnnualtest by Mla Theo the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Judge James O Hemphlll She acquitted herself creditably winning first prize In her selection Soldiers Joy in which she was accompanied by Mrs Belle Burnslde on the piano and Miss Willie Belle Burnslde on the violin We are justly proud of tbo success of our entry as she la only 14 years of age and this was her second attempt to speak In public Her grace and ease were remarked upon by all and the vote for her was unanimous She Is promleepredict for her a great future Mice Horaphltl comes of one of the oldest families In Kentucky the members 61 which are for their beauty grace and intelligence Being of such a wideawake disposition aba will nat triptopoints of Interest which has been promised her by her Indulgent father as a reward for her efforts and upon which she will be accompanied by her father Dr Klnnalrd abd daughter overfromJoseph Nelle Johnson Allle Arnold Bessie Batson Berda Hilton Hattle Robinson Willie Bello Burnslde Georgia Meaara John Lair Ware McRotarts Basco Miller Jake Joseph Louis Hermlon Will West Wm Ball R H Batson Bright Jen BastinDrO Hemphlll and wife and Mrs Belle Burnslde All say the contest was perfectly gotten up and compliment the managers of the affair very much fDIIIJri Old Sol It Is after us again These hot swelter I1ing days bringjtd mind the need ofl andEjjj Come to us if you are in need of these coolMtt JITPAYS TO TRADE AT Ilri THE GLOBE RepairingiIsI Your money I back If jourejnot satisfied Iiji MILLER HIRSCH Ijanvilley4 rSI1CCeI5or to J L Frohman A Co J t Ci1rT rTVITY1 rTS I iT T7Y T v t HATS t i f f New Lot Just IhV Latest Things Out= rFromBuckeye TO a Stetson H J McROBERTS WALr PArE 1M1or + The people of Stanford and Line ln County ate cordially Invited to call and examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper haveinnt the PaintsOils t A E GIBBONS Danville A C SINECO- NTRACTOR a BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY S 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 have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc will duplicate anyprices offered N N N N N M 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 Hayl Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford I Iii JCORSj TS A big lino of II t H II Corsets to close out at 49o Summer Corsets 50c quality to close at 23c Ladies Sailors II Made of rough straw never known to sell t for less than Soc Our price while they last25c t Mens Linen Suits f Coats Vests and Pants for 3123 You pay from 250 to f3 ftr the same suit at most any other sto- reLadies Vestsj Ladies Sleeveless Vet taped neck and armholes worth lOc anywhere Our price Sc Night gowns nicely trimmed worth II and 125 to close at 49c Percales 20 pieces worth lOc yard to go at 5c Ladies Shirt Waists Six dozen shirt waists bought at half I puce to sell at II and 1150 now to put In this sacrifice sale at 4Sc and 73c I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON p THE republican and assassination j press are making a great ado because the constitutional convention of VIr- ginia refused to consider a resolution Introduced by Delegate Cox inviting the Hon W J Bryan to address the convention upon his approaching visit to Richmond These papers dont seem to know that the convention was called to revise and Improve the con stitution of the mother State rather than to give the members an opportun ity to bear oratory We see no slap at Bryan as the dirty Louisville Post heads a paragraph about the business AFTER six months of married life Hezeklah Grime and wife of Hender son have agreed to disagree He Is and she 30 and as the marriage was the + result of a newspaper advertisement t friends of the pair are not surprised at the sudden windup of their connubial life Old fellows who marry young women wbo show their desire to get i a man by advertising for one generally get the hot end of the game which i In nine case out of ten la what they deserve rTHE Elkton Progress prints a three picture and a fourcolumn f writeup of Hon James B McCreary who will be a U S Senator soon after x the next Legislature convenes It Is tbe best of reading and Is proof of two tnlngs viz that Brer GainEs knows what to put In his paper and that the model governor and congressman has strength under the nose of one of his strongest competitors for a seat In the Senate A DARnEL of whisky exploded on a l Vandalta train near Laganaport Ind killing one brakeman and seriously wounding two others Tnat was a case where whisky got in its work more quickly than It usually does Nobody denies that whisky will kill but Itgen erally adopts the slow process of doing so IT Is hardly worth either the space or the time It takes to tell it but Em mett Orr of Owen Is another of those Individuals by courtesy called man who has deserted the democratic party because he couldnt run It Ho wants a job under Traitor Steve Sharp Mlddlesboro Newts thinks like rTUE of us that It Is rot to talk Yerkes for president Brer seems to have sized up the wellI isJnot a prisoner In the county jail They have evidently had a recent jail delivery In that wicked county r 1 it I Sheets Full size readyfor use sheets worth 76c to go in this sale at only 4Sc Mens Shirts 76 dozen mens summer shirts with two extra collars 21 and 1123 quality our price 40c while they last All Carpets Mattings and Rugs at cost and less than cost SS I o Domestics p Yard wide browncottonhoosi rbrantJI best quality our price 4c per yard U E l0 10 4 wide 25c quality toclose out at t5 k O 15c per yard o Mattings 0500yards matting cotton chain close woven worth 35c per yard to close out p OatSc o 0 300 yards matting of 15c quality to go 0 in this sale at only lOc a yard 0Q 200 pairs ladies kid oxfords best g makes wortb 81 and 1150 to close out 0 at C9c Come and get a pair to wear 0Orountl the house Q Tim republican court of appeals hav log refused to grant the petition of Ca leb Powers attorneys for a modification of Its opinion reversing the verdict of the Scott circuit court his sweet scented counsel will have to cut and come again Those purporting to be have that Powers Is Innocent and that be has been persecuted rather than prosecuted are aim furnished food for thought by the opinion WE deeply sympathize with Editor Green R Keller of the Carlisle Mer cury in the loss of his wife wbo died suddenly of apoplexy POLITICAL The Kansas democrats have refused to join the populists in the formation a fusion party IOf Dr A D James was reappolnted States Marshal for the Western district of Kentucky W B Smith has been appointed postmaster at Mt Vernon vice Mrs E Baker removed a dispatch gays There are 113 democratic candidates for the 41 salaried offices in Jefferson county A primary will be held July Senator John W Daniel was made cbalrman of the Suffrage Committee of the Virginia Constitutional Conven tion Senator Deboe IB being denounced by the Eastern papers for his fight against Mrs Sanders the postmaster of New Castle On the recommendation of Repre sentative Borelng M Ray Yarberry of Columbia will be appointed to a 31 200 position In the House of Represen tatives Now that Dowie claims to be Elijah the republicans should consult him In regard to destiny They have felt the need of some more recent authority than the Bible Commoner The Ohio republican convention will meetlln Columbus today Senator For aker as the star campaigner will be elected temporarychairman and Senator Hanna will be permanent chairman Senator Clay of Georgia says the democrats must drop all taint of popu lism and earn the confidence of the business Interests of the countrjr If they want to win Mr Clay says there Is no leader in sight at present but some grew man will rise equal to the occasionWilliam J Bryan says he Is for Mar cus A Hanna for the republican nomi nation for president This is reclpro cal Mr Hanna was for Mr Bryan for the democratic nomination In 1000 and would probably be gratified to see him In the same position In 1004 Corporal Tanner says the National republican committee promised faith fully that Pension Coaamlbaioner ans would be retired upon the begin ning of President McKlnleys second administration In case of his reelec Lion He clalns Gen Sickles has a letter to this effect L I e High Prices Cannot Exist In a Where We Are In a I r TU6 LOU1SVILL STORES- Great Closing Out Sale These Prices Will Bring People For 50 Miles To Our OOOOOOOOGe000000000Q UnbleachSheeting 0000000000000000000 Community Engaged Business It Means A Cruel Sacrifice i A Clean Sweep SlashingI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The smallpox epidemic at Harrods burg is at an end Berea is to have a new bank of which A T Fish will be president- F Vallandlngham won the chief prize in the old fiddlers contest at SomersetJesse colored fell from Fox L Logans bus in a fit of vertigo and died from the effects Members of the Christian church bays bought five acres near Corbin and will erect a large school building George Stone of the Buckeye section of Garrard attempted suicide by cut ting his throat His recovery is doubt fulHarrodsburg graded school baso ball team defeated the Louisville High School club 3 to 1 at the first named place Saturday The firm of Nichols Gover at Dan ville has dissolved partnership Mr C L Cover purchasing Mr Nlcbola In terest In the undertaking business The distillery of John B Thompson at Harrodsburg will close down about July 1 by which time It will have made 4000 barrels this run The mash Is 500 bushels of corn a day The court of appeals baa Doc Lowry a new trial reversing the Madison circuit court Lowry was In dicted for rape and upon conviction sentenced to 20 years in the peniten tiary Lightning struck a large stock barn on China k Forsythes farm near Har rodsburg and killed a fine thoroughbred Imported Wagner mare valued at 11 000 Theanlmal belonged to V7 D Moore of Boyle Dan Edwards formerly of the Richmond police force stabbed Brutus Winkler In Anse Harris saloon at Richmond inflicting a dozen uglyI wounds which may prove fatal melee Edwards was struck on the head with a beer bottle and knocked sense lessEmmett Quinn and John Renner were fined 15 and the costs for failing to work the county roads S H Mar tin was appointed administrator of the estate of H G Sutton Squire John Elder told us that ho bad about completed his arrangements to leave this county and go to Lincoln Ml Vernon SignalA from Cincinnati says Ben Dish man a 15yearold runaway boy is held at police headquarters awaiting Instructions from his parents at Bar bourvllle where ho says his father is a prominent attorney Ho ran away and wandered to Cincinnati beating his way part of the routo by train Bo was footsore weary hungry and alto gether miserable and repentant when he reached Cincinnati and asked Policeman Abel to lock him up He said he had been reading cheap novels ant had determined to seek adventures like those of which he bad read d sTowels 100 dozen good cotton towels never be fore known to soil at such tremendously low prices 3c only Ladies Hose S S Ladles lOc quality seamless hose fast black reduced In this sale to 6c SBleach Cotton I Yard wide 7Jc quality our price 4Jc Store A son of John Tary took his fathers side in a light between him and Webb York at Cumberland City and was shot to death by York Brutus Whites barn In Madison was struck by lightning and burned together with farming Implements some stock and large quantity of corn There are 255 equity cases 75 common law actions 2S4 commonwealth and 33 felony cases on the docket of the Pulaskl circuit conrt which began Yesterday THIS AND THAT Heavy damage was done by a storm In Pike county The valuable stallion St Andrew died In California yesterday Robert Trail was dragged to his death oy a mule In Simpson county Mrs McKinley continues to Improve and will be taken to Canton next week for the summer An old well near Sunnybrook Wayne county supposed to be dry has come In and Irflowing 50 barrels of oil dally The remains of Dr F H Kerfoot secretary of the Baptist home mission board who died at Atlanta Ga were burled at Shelbyvllle The striking machinists are receiv fog liberal donations from other labor unions In Louisville and feel encouraged over the situation Capt James Fitzgerald an L k N conductor was badly cut about the bead and face by an obstreperous negro excursionist near Frankfort- E P Faulconer has bought 100000 pounds of tobacco at 4 to 10 cents J T Mock has sent his stallion Allie wood to Lexington to be trained by Clem Beechv W L Caldwell sold 71 begs to D N Prewltt at 5c Advo cate MATRIMONIAL Deputy Sheriff Martin Gentry and Mlsi Emma Grlnstead were married In J Bailey and Miss Lula Smock prominent young people of the Burgin section were married last week E L Yantis of Lancaster and Miss Mary Nelson Conkwrlgbt of Winches atheBapttetchurchIn UNNECESSARY LOSS OF TIME Mr W s Whedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset Iowa in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter in his employ that will Lc of value to other mechanics lIe says I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stqp work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been simi larly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me Ho bought a bottle of It from the druggist here and informed mo that one dose cured him and be Is again- a his work For sale by Craig IIocker Druggists I4 v 00e00000 0 0 A Jg line of Ladles Sample Fhoes0 IS worth 12 and 1260 clueing out I13Sb o e Straw Hatso0 0 0 We have the latest styles in Strew hats- Oworth from f 160tol 2 now to sell out at0 23ctoll 0 0 0 ffl 10 3 f Neckwear o 005c0 Mens linen collars all sizes latest 0 Ostyles to sellout at only 5c 0 0 0 e cooeoclooooccooccon J CO 2tEW And Ilrucai OM Stand Stanford Good our Iblehone Gloves 300 pairs Ladies Kid Cloves all color and Blze wort from tJ J16Q pr pair your choice for 4DerJ Table White Irish Table Linen 60 Inch also blue and red worth We yard J to go nt only 25c jd J Mens Cotnade f in all sizes and well mule worth We a pair to close out at only 25c Sun Hats In broad brims worth Silt now cut 25c See them In our window Childrens Hose seamless and fat color black and tan guaranteed ICs quality Our price only 5c pt- rUmbrellas 1 20 and 23 Inch steel rod umbrellas reg ular II Come and get one while they are cheap Only 48c SUMMER CLOTHING f f- See our Light Weight Clothing Light Trous ers Low Cut Shoes Light Underwear Straw Hats Negligee Shirts and Neckwear Everything Neee To DressY OU Nicely and Comfortably in hot weather Sea sonable Goods for Summer Time HighIest Qualities Lowest Prices Ladies Shoes a Specialty Cummins MeClaryi No NeedITo Go to city to buy Furniture By Whole sale or Retaili I j t w i- 1ithos tanfos tHas a stock will please all See his uptodate line and gete his prices H WARD Livery Feed Sale Stable Depot St rtaonahleSpecial StkHaylen at 80 Kid h to f Linen imported Pants Mens cloth to Strictly quality the It For that McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky thobestan Feed fits Price very reasonable Qua IlennedyjMiller ItTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL- s STANFORD KY Ji uu2r IOQI Tnv tho Judge Tuft cigar for a choice smoke at Penny Drug Store Oun prescription work Is unsurpass PeonysDrug IPERSONALS THOMAS II SHANKS wont to Lex Ingtoo Sunday r IMu J H BAUI rAN mado a busl to London anb1nsle tho guest of relatives hero TUB little daughter of Mr and Mn James R Hcazloy IB very sick MR It P ADAMS wlfo and ion of Lexington aro at tbo St Ataph- MR 1 K E PATTEIISON of Lexington QATTOIINEYcaitir was hero on business Saturday W S CENTRB of Danville JMns guest of Mrs J W laugh LULA MAY BnucE of Boyle U the guest of her cousin Mill Lena Bruce IMR AND MRS GEORGE ORONDY o are guests of Mr and Mn W P Tate MRS A G TURNERtof Lincoln li the guest of Mr and Mn R L Salter J rAdvocateDR HEATH of Richmond e s spent Sunday with bis daughter Mri A H Severance MRS J II UCTCHINOS and Mln Annie Evan of DOYle were guests of Mri G C Keller Jr MiiBGronar A MCROIIERTS will entertain the fancy Work Club Friday afternoon at 3 oclock A NCMUElt of lover of the cbaio ear joyed a fox hunt on Mr M S Baugh mans farm last night HARRIS CRAIQ wife and two hand roletIt K SALLEE formerly of thus place bee bought an Interest la O J Thur mond store at Danville EoiTOit ES AumiaiiT of the M Mernon Signal was one of the snap twho attended the contest DEVBRLY C ROUT left youerdar mornlnjr for Missouri to locate He goes partly for his health MR JAMES McKccitNiti and witsspent Sunday In Cincinnati MRS L L DOTY and baby who have been with her parents In Dour I boo returned home Saturday MR J THOMAS CHERRY ono Drodheads wldoawako merchant was here a short while Friday MASTER REID JONKS of St Lou- larrlvtd yesterday to spend the summer moths with his relatIves hero MESSRS LEE DUSLAP of Kansas CIty and James Dunlap of Danville i visited relatives hero last week MISSES EUNICE EARl of Wlnchot ter and Bciile UaUon of Lancaster are with Miss Myrtle ODannon- MR J S HUNDLEY left Monday morning for Hot Springs Ark with his brother who resides at Springfield MRS D D MCGRAW and pretty f daughter Miss Dlrd McGraw of June lion City were guests of Mr W Speed MRS W P WALTON and sons Wil liam and Owsley are sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs during the heat ed term MR F M HlNKLE who has been with Rev W E Arnold some time has gone to Nicholas county to visit F T ArnoldC who has been won log In Louisville spent several da bere boforo going to Liberty to onga with H W Phillips MR F L THOMPSON and daughters Misses Susie and Annie Thompson and mule Williams of Mt Vernon attended the contest FRIENDS of John A Doty of Gar rard were glad to see him wen enough to attend court at Lancaster yesterday Ho has been very MRS Dll W B ODANNON and Misses Pearl Durn sIde and TevU Ca chaperoned a lot of youngete- on a delightful bay ride last eight MR B L BANKS and brldo who was Miss Pattlo Corneljson of Rich mond who were married last week a spending their honey moon at Crab SprloRI f and little eon Carroll Leslie who have been visiting her parents returned to h homo at Lebanon Junction Saturday r accompanied by her sister Miss Och JVarren MRS JAMESI McKiNNEY of M0 gomery Ala known to many aa I tydid has our thanks for a oft beautiful love song Them Are No LlkoThlno It Tho words arc by f her and tho muslo by Mr T C Gallo way of Troy Ala Mil CARL HANSER formerly of Lon t don but now living at Clarks Shelby county writes us that he has recon made a trip to Oklahoma and is so the country that ho will move there Ue will soil hie good farm- of 150 acres privately before leaving See adj elsewhere THE following from our old townsman Mr J W Hayden now of Winchester Is duly appreciated Enclosed find chock for subscription We always look forward with pleasure to tbo days the INTERIOR JOURNAL arrives I bo love It Is a better paper than when W P wielded the pen W had an other 12pound boy to arrive two weeks All are doing well may the I J flourish and grow richgIs my t wish r 1 4 as 1LOCALS Duo FINISH at Craig It Hookers perfectOtting +pribyFRYING chickens U Florences today and tomorrow only j PlckllorVlneNEW line of cut glass candelabras gold watches etc Wm Hamilton jew eler CLOSE prices onGents Dress Shirt d Underwear Try us and Ice J Jones COot stoves at very low figures Want to close them out John Bright JrCo t OUR lines of Qucenswaro and ChIna- ware are very complete and cheap eorge II FarrlB s Co BEAT E rOur crack bate ball team went to Lancaster yesterday defeated the team of that place 0 to TUB nustonvlllo ballteam wiped up the earth with tbo Danville club at the former placo Saturday after coopf ANOTIIFK lot of Ladles Slippers on our bargain counter this week Como early and get the pick John P Jones OX and alter Juli1I will sell meatsI WillicredIt WE cm give permanent pleasant and profitable employment to a few e ergetlc parties For particulars a dress Lock Box SDi Winchester Ky PCIILIC SALJI Boll at public- auctlon Saturday July 20th my entire household and kitchen furniture etc on Lancaster street Terms mado known on day of sale Jos Glnsburg BARN BuiiNtu Lightning strut IvfL Tanners barn dear the old Crow race track at McKInncv and It was hatand the building win a good one LIGHTNINO struck a tree la Victor Halloas yard Friday morning and made kindling wood of It Mr Ballou ays It knocked him out of bed but nobody will believe ho was sleeping as ate as0 oclock these long hot days Tilts Is the last week revenue stare Itoft colte costly nuisance froan now on your to square up SMITH Mr L T Smith died Sun day night after a long Illness of con sumption and was burled yesterday A husband and eight children survive She was a splendid woman and stood her long suffering with great fortitude She bad been confined to her bed for months A week ago she lost a month old child THE republicans aro doing mighty little talking politically but wa believe 0W13 know whereof we speak when we say they will not nominate more than three candidates for county olllccs If they put up a ticket at all The good county ticket nominated by the demo crate baa knocked the breath out of tho tads and If they make any fight It will only bo for the purpose of keeping up too organization They know they have no show to win AtR1rpparatloRa alr July 31 Aug 1 and 2 and Secretary W D Hocker Is kept bu eyofanswering letters concerning room rings premiums and the II President W G Cowan has pulled his coat and rolled up his sleeves In efforts to make the exhibition a sue cess which It Is sure to bo Our busl ness men will be called on In a t fareor ally Urocorn Uustonvillo correspondent of tho Advocate when he protons against tho change of n name that Is very dear to the puoplo of this and adjoining coun nouniid n ftatJi Ithoyears and not a soul within the limits gororwardassistant asking him to call a halt QUINN MrsT IIANuTQe court ofdcrhG ben Quinn who was given a death sentence for killing Policeman John T Crum at Danville The whole co considered the caso and there was notwin a dissenting voice The Negros attorney claimed that there was great excitement at the time of the trial and prejudice was so great that a just ver diet was Impossible An error was also alleged In the Instructions but the higher court did not see any Tho written opinion of Judge White la tho case closes as follows The facts provo en and too testimony of QuInn himself on trial show a clear case of deliberate murder A EXTRA Clean Red Top Cane Seed HIgglns k aeqePLENTY bandmade harness of the latest pattern on hand J C McClary ICE Cream Freezers at very low ces to close out stock George H k Co THREE residences a iacre lot and coal business In Stanford for sale It E Lee Sims 2t REMEMUER that our terms aro cash Lo v cash prices on feed of all kinds JH Baugbman ft Co NOTICE TO TAPAVEII8Yo r city PleasesMISSES ADAMS of Hustonvlllo will sell their millinery stock on reasonable terms Good stand Contemplate mov Ing testate them to sell Write or call THE weather has been and Is still too botto talk about Thermometers are registering close to the 100 mark and sweltering humanity is suffering agonies dT11ANti8Secretor E H Hansford of the Somerset Fair has our thanks for a couple of complimentary tickets The exhibition will bo given July 4 and as It will last only one day a good one may be expected MISS VIDA BAUOHthe gasr ofthereherband Mr iL P Hubble lolls us IGEE WHIZ Owen McIntyre of the Advocate can tell a big one when he tries Listen at tbIBlIwn lIam Dodd of Hustonvlllci tolls of a teepeedt prevailed In that section last week He bad a large tobacco barn 40 feet wide and 00 feet long which was aim on blown over by the tempest The bund log was In such shape that Mr Didd was preparing to tear It down and re Jkstraightened the barn up again Ihus savIn Mr Dodd the expendIture of a considerable sum of money YCIRCUIT COURT There has beerhbut little business of public transacted In too circuit court since our last report On Friday Miss Elizabeth Petzold was given a Judgment against John Kloba forl000 In a libel suit The parties live in the Ottenhelm section to11r Kloba bad written a letter veneer Ing on Mlis Petzold of which she obt- aIned poisesslon end sued for damage with the above result Kloha went to jail rather than pay too judgment and at the expiration of 10 days will take tbo Insolvent debtors oats The suit Involving the validity of tb election for a graded school has n been passed on yet on account of Illness of too attorney for the echo trustees Court adjourned Friday afternoon until this morning THE CONTEST The Seventh Annual BlueGrais Elocutionary Contest le a memory sweet to two of the contestants only for while all the young law die did admirably the sting of defeat was loft by live of them As Hon C W Metcalf of PI neville who was one of the judges said when be present ibo prizes In a happy speech the young ladles who get these awards must not be too sure that they have excelled It Is only the decision of three gentlemen and the hundreds of better judges In the audience might have decided differently Where all did so well It Is Invidious to particularize but suffice BIt to say that in the history of tlonary contests here thorn were net a better lot of speakers or a prettier set young ladles All of them woo hrkQvo offbeen dead ID It Miss Theo Hem hill of Lancaster whose subject w The Soldiers Joy won tho first prize and she choose the diamond ring ParesIrof were ano- and violin well rendered by Mrs M Belle Burnslde of Lancaster and her accomplished daughter Miss Emma steering of Flemlngsburg who recited Wild Xlngarella secured the see ondprlzc a handsome silver teat sot The other contestants and their subjects were Miss Polly Trayl r Lilly Sorvosses Ride Miss EYoI Hope Kendrlek Tea Fathe Choice Visa Katharine Wells Mak log Him Feel at Home Miss Myrtle Brliton Wild Zlngarella Miss Sarah Wood Lynn Gazelle or Swan n The judges other than Mr Motcalf mentioned above were Hun James D Black of Barbourvllle and Judge Williams of Mt Vernon Tho us ors were Llnsoy Bigger Louis West Leslie Hudson Robert Woods True heart Bourne Robert Saulloy and Ed Cooper Waltons Opera Iiou was well filled with people from a hr dozen or more towns Mr Guorgo li Saulloy was chairman tied a good ono ho was His address was very opportune and was splendidly delivered Like his father Judge M C Saull bo has the happy faculty of kaowl what to say and how to say It Misses Katie IJer bon and Katie Waters fur nlshed excellent music between eacbI declamation TILE best on earth Is a Hanan Shoe J P JONES FRYING chickens at A B Florences today and tomorrow only Tim ordinances for the town of June flop City have been left at this office Co be printed tqeHuawpvlllowill be given at Waltons Opera House on the evening of Aug 2 MRS Blederbgmo near A C Carmans Friday after a protracted illness of consumption Besides her husband two children survive W R RICH of Ryan Commandery KnightTemplatethe lodge room In Danville Friday night next for drill practice THE following gentlemen were ap pointed by Judge J P Bailey as dele gates to the Good Roads Convention which meets In Louisville next Tours day and Friday tV D Wallin J A Singleton W D Hays JerryBrlscoe Dr C Fowler and Emmett McCor m ackARRESTSHenry Westmoreland wanted In Russell county for malicious shooting was arrested at Corbln Saturday night by Deputy Sheriff J A Shannon and Sheriff Owens will take him to Jamestown today He has recently been indicted here for theft On turning with Westmoreland from orbin Abe Welch colored wanted hero to serve out a fine was loaded on putyUShannon brought him along also CHURCH MATTERS Rev W 8 Grlnsiead Is holding a n countyThe th corner swan of their new 115000 today The Boyle County Sunday School Convention will be held at Danville une 2Srh Rev N J Cooley Is holding a pro ChapelaRev W E Arnold peached at Dan ule Sunday Rev Orland Beck filled is pulpit here LeagueSocIalnight All the young people of the church are cordially Invited Tho First Methodist Church Board at Omaha Neb has passed a reeolu rlon requiring that at all the public services the ladles remove their hate after entering the pews Yesterday was celebrated by the Catholic cnurch as the birthday of John the Baptist the preacher who baptized Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ The day was also observed by ofthe Masons who claim that St John Baptist was a Master Mason 01Rev C F Reid of Winchester who spent a score or more years as a missionary In the Orient will leave In a few days for San Francisco from whence be will sail In July for Korea to again enter the mission field He will miss the strength and assistant berlaborC INE SHELlY COUNTY I ARM FOR SALE edhaving decided to go to Oklahoma I will oteeRunOrmostlyIntobacco corn wheat or other crops s twotoryjustcompletedbuggy house and all neccssllryoutbulldln l Thoerhouse and supplies all water to dairy and stable This Is u beautiful place for anddchaser CARL HANSER Clarks Ky GENUINEss andJtxtures onthemJI S OAltlESTEK Hustonvllle RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SWINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is In psplendid order tho water plentiful and aplearance childrenfnformntloar Dr R Gr G0LDSTEIN June 2Sth anil lIb aIJIIDlentluaWilIIIIltiro xi rlenM In the Doe breech Scientific up debIheUOtIIUlterythatantbntlheir StltFARM FOR SALE OR RENT Having determined to go to Oklahoma will sell or rent my fnrm of 65 acres J Ilnstanrllleoy wlltfItimbered land Possession Nov K U CARPENTER Huitonvllle STAPLE AND fANCY GROCERIES 1 J j1Wpodenwarer I COOLERS I i Call and see our stock at Opera House John Bright Corner Jr Co t New Goods This Week j We bave just opened the followingtntisv goods that are very much In demand just now 1 Silk Shambras Embroidered Swiss Dress Ginghams Lace Lawns 2 Velvet Ribbons Pearl ButtonsI s India Linens Taffeta Ribbons CosItebatefew saved gets you a nice present absolutely free We Highesty v JOhN Pa JONES Stanford t m9 IWe have just freshened our i Midseason Stock And Notions with new dimities lawns piques ginghams tissues lace bands in black and whitv Val aces plearl bnttons belts Our line of iti is Sons 1 r r B U UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIBS I The Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Kentucky WI Have Now In Stock 19o Vehicles Ranging In Price from E5do To 5oooo IOFGoodsi andiofDryLadiesOxfordsand- Slippers compl- eteSeverance Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and wo sell on a smaller margin than any house In Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especially invited to look our stock over t We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Bruce a Bright Danville i New Goods New FirmI1And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Perfectly Fresl And IbeW W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street J THE JNTF I OR JOURNAL Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford at toondelau rnaU- erTutolth1 uoAy rassasrnv AT 1 PER YEAR CASH u When not topatdsaOO will be charged PostedIMy farm li potted and I will not permit anyone to hunt fish or In any trespass on It Those who do so prosecuted- to the full extent of the law ERNST ULLMANX ERDILLEHAYDANVILLZ Manufacturer of BRICKiAnd Lime Cement o be Write For Price l A 9 PRICE I irgeonDtntiit Stanford Ky Otoonr McRoberta Drug ton In the Oslrl I BuUdlnf R A JONES DENTISTStanford EIOffice over Higgins do McKlnnoys Stori Telephone No 43 JUST LIKE A MILL i PI have opened a branch in the George Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I will be pad to glvo you flour meal bran shlrntutf Ac for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pound bran to the bushel of No2 wheat Our Is Itistown and I trust you will me a liberal share of patronage I retail flour and meal at wholesale prices The flour and meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MORRIS FRED H Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange PRUITT BROS MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking i i And Livery H Ca RUPLEY TailorIsSTANFORD KY o Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYST- JNDZBTASBES DSULSB3 IB izAnd FnrniturcMattltiRSRugsr WallPaper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them I a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ JcG ARY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealearln HARNESS SADDLSSEY 8sO Stanford Ky ISAW MILL FOR SALE to sell mT saw mill or will trade It for stock or will move It to n body of timber and saw It If party wishes 011 SIXOHTOX Crab Orchard FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand as- tor sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager GO TO Fe KRUGER Mt Vernon ot rV lowest price He nrrlft a full and complete Hoc Dry foods Hoots Shoe Hats tlromUi Ran aeanti otter bargains In all lints Ever ware tbtng new and upto David rolnler Isalesman In his tore he Intltes hit friends 10 call on hl- oaPainting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair you carriage or wngna In flrtclass atyls Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle mad new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Kj Farmers Roller Mills STANF03D fiT MORRIS FRED rnoraiEioR I desire to announce to the public that am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I will at all times furnish tbe best of flour Moal Shipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a hare of your patronage to give yOU the best results Dont forget me but bear lu mind always that I need you patronage MbltKia FRED Pr- orDrsSlavinPhillips OSTEOPATHISTS fill be In Danville Mondays WednoJayi and Fridays W1l1 be In Stanford Toelays Thursday and Sat unlays Office in the Pennlnton HulaingJStaafordOI ce hours 9 to 12 Hlllo 4ru OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still Of Klrksrllle Mo depends on thi principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Its no It no faith no drug no rubbing- 0mrglcalopesaUoaSandclaims hlng super laturu Osteopathy views man as a machine of so many arts lit Is adjustment When all part are properly adjusted and not overworked health II the result Some of the dUeaies treated by us l rostratlon Headaches Neuralgia Kheumatlsm CatanbJWeat E Granulated Lid Goitre Liter Lung Disease Constipation ilea Gall Stones Enlarged Prostrate all 8tom- acb and Diseases ol tone sod J xnpt pinatCunatureeDblocatlonsStiIIJolnt Paralysis Inoo Ia Female Ol eate a specialty Consultat- loeincoln free CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 100000- nccttwr toThe Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under same management contlnu Dully for X Years olioits Your Bank Account ttplnc such burlna relations will prop mutual ly Uneadal and pleat DIR l70RS- J Paxton JtlOwse Sr J N ilenefee A W CU W ii Cummins J E Lynn i Hl hanks J F Cash t J BTOwslej OFFICERS S H Shanks President I UOwslev W M lJrlvht Asst Cub Summer Conventions LOW RATES To the National gatherings named below and to various other Summer CoQreit lions and median will e In effect from all potato on the Nitloml EJacillootl AKlallolI Detroit Mica JulyTthlZth- Oriad Army ot the Republic Cleveland Ohio Sept 10th16th inljhts Tempts Conclave LoulivlUc Ky AUf 27th3111 Vooni Peoples Society Christian Endeavor ClnclnnitlOhio Jill Othl0lh Wo ocSL 01 Nt tel You will find at James Fryes Store the largest and most attractive line of MENS BOYS CHILDRENS CLOTHING Shoes and Slippers for Ladies Men Boys and Girls A Complete Line of Dry Goods Notions Etc Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Etca Also a complete 2LINEI OF GROCERIES iE Formless than you can buy the same good at other stores JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE tll r NEWS NOTES Winchester Elks will hold a Calr Aue 00- Thocourtaf appeals adjourned Saturday until Sep 15 A woman at Dunlap Tenn Jllwe birth to five boy babies All arc allvo The Louisville Board of Trade will visit towns of Western Kentucky July 2 and County Judge J 0 Tullv of McI Crucken died suddenly In Paducah Sunday Mm George H Plant one of tho best known women socially la Georgia died ut Macon Capt Benjamin T Underwobd ODe of the most prominent citizens of Chris ttan county Is dead The only surviving pensioner of the war of 1812 Is Hiram Cronk of florid mer county New York Mrs Aaron Bryan was killed by lightning at Gentry Ark while hang lag clothes on a wire line Three children of Paris Dyko wen drowned while trying to ford a swollen stream near TazoweUi Teen William C Brown elected vlco prea idem of three of the Vanderbilt roads started out as a section hand Dr Victor Popper accused of caus- Ing the death of a girl at San Francisco killed himself to avoid arrest The commencement exercises at Na zareth were attended by nearly 200 people and were unusually Interesting Ten thousand men women and children walling for the opening of thi Apache KIowa reservation In Oklahoma are destitute and starving Three persons were killed several others were seriously Injured and prop erty valued at nearly 8100000 was do stroyed by lightning In Mrs Gertrude Sanders poatmasttlri at New Castle had an Interview with the president and It Is said the chances are favorable that she will re Lain her otllce On account of the burning of the Hotel Jefferson the Richmond Elk have notified Exalted Ruler Fisher that they will bo unable to entertain the grand lodge C C Mengel JrlIIY Hartwell and W B Belknap Louisville busi ness men are making a tour of the Stale on horseback for business and pleasure combined The announcement that the wedding of Miss Vivian Sartori granddaugh ter of Gen U S Grant to Archibald Balfour has been declared oft has mystified the friends of the two Archibald Ford a Confederate vet eran committed suicide at Carrollton with a razor Blindness came upon him two or three years ago and lately deafness which caused great despon Scrcy Miss Margaret McVean daughter of S D McVean twice a candidate for reprcseniattve In the State Legisla ture has been admitted to practice law In Campbell county being the first woman to be admitted to the bar The American Loan and Surety Com pany a Kentucky was Incorporated at Trenton N J with a capital stock of 81000000 ExGov Bradley Is its president Col W R Smith of Lexington will be one of Its ilreciora Somerset will have a one day fair on July John Murphy who accidentally she himself at Irvine Wednesday died Mrs W C Tye of Bell county ac cldentally shot and seriously vroundet herselfSix were killed and a nura her of persons were Injured by a tornado near Naper Neb Miss Mice Gibbs Suicided at Frank fort by taking rough on rats A buy affair was the cause Judo Stephens and John Webb prominent attorneys killed each other in a at Mlakka Fla H S Church a Louisville merchant killed his wife and hid her In a close and 40 hour later killed himself D L Harrison of OhlorI endear oring to combine all the tnveattnen companies now doing business In Ken tuckyA hand car on which six section hands wore riding was struck by lightning near Lexington and two men were killedA has been organized at Middlcaboro to sink 50 oil wells OD Stinking Creek The wells will be pumpedThe of the cltv of Lexington set at rest all rumors that a receive will be asked for the city on account of embarrassed finances The merchant of Georgetown are going to haveHlurlng tbe week beginning July 22 their first annual Mid summer Fair Horse Show and Carnival An opinion was delivered by the court of appeals holding that the Stall Board of Health had no right to de prive G W Murphy an oteopath oC Bowling GroAn of his license to prac lice medicine Estimates on the gold output for 1WX are 811Sa0f502 for the United States and 1235924654 for the world at large First place la held by the United States The Transvaal yield Is esti mated at 87203369 A flood duo to a cloudburst struck the Pocahontas coal fields Sunday night It Is estimated that from 200 to persons lost their lives and great damago was done property a number of small towns being devastated Miss Florence Minor of Brnoksvlllc an Inmate of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum escaped from that institution Sunday and attempted suicide by throwing herself under a street car She cover was fearfully mangled but may reI The Southern Railway Companys shops In Columbia S C were attacked by striking machinists who forced a number of nonunion men to leave the The attacking party fired on tnecarln which the nonunion men were sleeping and a guard who returned the shots was wounded The city of ShelbyvlKe has passed an ordinance requiring railroad com panics doing business In the city of Shelby vllle to pay an annual tax of 825 Two of the companies refused to pay this tax and were tried In tbe police curt where judgement went against them They appealed to the circuit court and the judgment of the lower court was affirmed Then the company prayed an appeal to tbe court of ap pealaIIEWAIIE Of OINTMESTS FOR CATAKRU THAT CONTAIN MFttCtKY u murmur will surely destroy the wale of imtU nil completely derange the whole sjrtlrm wbeo Dlering It the mucous turtle Sees rtlcltt should oerer he uw l except on rrwili loot from reputable phyelelans M the dams hey will do li tee fold to the you can pOMl ily desire from them lUlli riUrrb cure manu icturr1 by F J Chtn r Co Toledo 0 rou sins no mercury mil Is taken Internally ittlnt Irtttlj upon ihlnUlftod and mucous iiirfam of the jritria In buying 1111 Catarrh Cur h JOo get the grnuln It li takrn Internally and oole In Toledo o lr F J Cheney Co ll nonlalr free Sold t r druggists i rk Tic per cttle Hall Family mil are the best Ifs CRfAMSODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud Rook of Amerlra also In Itepubllque FruncaUe llamas Natlonaux No 18863 Winner ot first prize at the National Universal Exposition Paris 1t97 and In 1301 com peting with over 60 t81110ns Imported by M H Tlchener Co Chicago In 1809 Color bay with small star black polrits 10 hands high weighs In working orde 1325 pounds foaled April 29 1608 tired by M Lemeland of Commune of HubiTsvllli department of Lamorchl the Government stallion Frausn dam Ohnrmantl by LoDardi dam by Revolution QUASI will make the present eeason of 1001 at farm 2JJ miles from Stanford on Huitonvllto pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR SI5TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT Mares kept on grass at 50c per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or escapes Dorscy Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estollo 219 Sired by 7llcadl Golddust 4100 by Qotddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl ni Imported Arabian stallion Oorscy Golddusta dam Is Florence by Golden Dlingo Chief a son of tails Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both Bides the best family of road horses known Doncy Golddust U n dark bay full 10 hands high and weigh 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of road and Easters horses combining nil the qualities for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prices Will Snake the present season at rny farm near Stanford at SIO to Insure a colt Will also stand a rood mule Jack at n F REID Stanford Ky Get Rich J Others have done so why cant you Deposit your money with the THE FAHTTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY Wiere it will be safe and increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agtnt I I THE National ook1nvotmonto y INCORPORATED 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 dAY For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary A 73 East Short Street LeXingtdn YIl t See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buckboards Buggies Carriagest Carson GO TO 1 W DruggistStanford t 1LinseedVarnish and Varnish Stains 1i BOYLE NI2HOLS 0 L OYERJ NICHOLS 6 DOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a handsome new heirs and ftro fully equipped for directing funerals QUE REPAIRIAGF EEPARTMT7NT Is well prepared for the renaming and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphot Terms reasonable andsatiafactlon guaranteed Mrhover It trcident and Mr Nichols secretary of the Boyle and Lincoln County Burial Association the object of which U to provide for the funeral expenses of its members aud arc associations undertakers J S Ootnle U the agent for Lincoln County Phone 1- 75GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT The Racket Store Stanford Ky Of the entire stock of Dry Ooodi Notions Menn Bore and Children Clothing hoots and Shoes Ladies TrunksValises I lose Out At 50 Cents On the Dollar This will be one of the greatest slaughtering solos ever known to the 1OIle of Lincoln and surrounding counties Come and tee for yourselves as Is nothing reserved for every dollars worth of tOOth mint positively be e closed out by Aug 1001 We hnve no space to mention our low prices but It will pay you to como for miles away and take advantage this great closing out sale FOR SALE House and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagon Cast RasriWith Steel Ovens Are rapidly becoming more popular Try one and you will see why it Is Satisfac lon Guaranteed George H Farris Co OD08lPIffi1ESClBlXFIKOIS S Iteccivo the most careful attention and Bra Filled With THe Best material The Lowest OA9II Prices