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I t 11 r Li It SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 28 190L 9 A M NO 36 l r SHELBY CITY Dorn to tho wlfDen Trlilor aI floe boy Oeoruo Leo I YPrnf E LGrubbs will begin teach f tog the Shelby City public icbool July 8th This makes bli sixth term hero The slew bank bullding Is now com plete ad the furniture It being put In It lB State bank and will add mater ally to Junction Citys property MUiUerth V Grubbs will shortly begin the erection of a fiveroom cot oflrent It out PnJfEL Orubbi and wife kayo c gone to housekeeping In the Payne property OQ Mill Street Mlnei Ethel Lee and Katie Babe of Danville were Vroeije ot Mrs Sam Armstrong The ilustonvllle base ball team with that wonderful pitcher Uamntu came down a few days ago and beat Junction t Cltfti to not giving them one safe f r ty their run being made on an error t Mr Reynolds formerly of the Wy acresbblffPenniylvanla firm which will be tIn boring a 2000 foot well In July at GI cost of 7000 The trustees of the Junction City traded school reele3tcd Prof T A t Heodrkka of Somerset Miss Jennie Oiley and Battle Helm principal and MissfWalker as second assistant teachiandFannie Ouan for Virginia to wed t Ails Ogelvle June 30 She was a for t mer visitor at his home lie will teach the MllltdgovUIe school this fall and reside with his father Dr George 4 1Hunn Messrs Fleece Owens and Robert Reed of Parksvllle were up Sunday to see two fair ladles Mr Lucian MI nor the genial clerk of M George Hooker Is an owner of bank stock In r our new bank lie also owns two hous es aid lots on Cemetery Street Now Is your chance girls i HUBBLE Garrett Wood sold some shoats to J O Euoanks at Be iWaher Jones and son visited Tom this week James MclCecbnlo and wife have HOBO to Buffalo NA Wheat has badly fallen In this com nuBlty on account of the fly Mrs Jane Wood and Mra Tout Wood spent a few days with George Wood of this place Eld A R Moore will fill his pulpit t at the Christian church Sunday after noon at 330 jMrs Eliza Harris Is repairing her dwelling cxtehslvoly Mr Adklns Is contractorWm told his last years crop of wheat to Potu of Garrard at ilic delivered In Lancaster Sweeney Morgan bought tome hop of Hammond t Rubble at Co and some 1 lambs of 951 Spoonamore at 31 to 4c r Mrs R L Bubbles horse having bun trained to pass all buggies on tie road tried to go by one last Sunday evening The road being too narrow the bUllY was overturned and threw Mrs Uubblo out bruising her up some though not seriously t Jock Rankln hay gone to Wayne for a few days Mr Best Hudson and wife came In last week from Maine to spend a few months with her parents Mr and Mrs R L White Mater Harry Sink of Lexington Is at A C Car wana for a few days Miss Annie Per kins of Marktbury is visiting Mrs J C Eubariks Miss Ella Higginboth am of MarcoUus Is visiting Mrs Wm Curry A TRIBUTE H G Sutton one of Rockcaitles mot prominent and valued citizens died at bis home a few miles from Ml Vernon of that fearful alJUctlon known as Brlgbls disease at 0 oclock A M June 14 IDOl Mr Sutton was born In f Pulaakl county March 25 1829 Ho was therefore 72 years old Ho moved to this county In early manhood and married a daughter of Benjamin Pew who preceded him to the grave 20 years To them wore born nine child ren seven of whom aro living Two years alter the death of his first wife fromfTtti a very successful farmer and accumulat cd qulto a fortune which his children now Inherit Mr Sutton was In poll tics a consistent democrat and was a high toned gentleman scrupulously exact In all his dealings A perfect gentleman In the full sense of the term and a citizen of whom Rockcastle was proud and can ill afford to loao A FRIEND A lame shoulder la usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a low applications of Chamberlain Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Rocket Druggists LANCASTER Dr and Mrs I S Wesley arc rejoic log over the arrival of a floe boy Prof J H Patterson is preparing to attend the National Educational Asso elation at Detroit Mich July 012 lIe will then go to Buffalo to attend the expositionMr Nevlus bought of George D Robinson his former residence on Lexington Avenue for 12400 G A Swloebroad bought of Mr William Rothwctl a residence on Danville Ave nue for 11200 Mrs R L Rubbles horse became unruly as she was driving down a steep grade on the Rush Branch pike Mrs Rubble and her daughters were thrown from the carriage and contldcrablybut not seriously bruised Surveyors locating the route for the Southern Extension are now at Camp Dick Robinson seven miles from nero They are surveying a nearer route than the old one and it is believed that the road will be run by this survey Speaking of the republican county ticket an old darkey was heard to say Our tlcket Is a strong oue with few exceptions You know Boss you cant gat a lock of sheep without soma run ning notes and etch Is our ticket The many friends of Prof Don S Gowen who once taught here will be glad to learn that be won two drat hon ore at Yale College ono of them being in Philosophical Orations We are also glad to note that Elder George W Gowen Is doing fine work at Louisville having had 110 additions In the past nine months Vice President A H Bastln of this place and Secretary James Maret of Mt Vernon left yeterday morning to attend the State Telephone Association which convened In Lexington at 1 IM that afternoon The address of wel come was delivered by Hon W C P Ilrecklnrldgo and responded to by R V Bishop of Cynthlana wbo Is presi dent of the association In the eve ning the association will bo the guests of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce at a reception at the Phiinlx HotelMr Said Johnson Is much Improved Miss Molllo Spalnhower Is visiting her mother at Paint Lick Sam Cocbran was over from Crab Orchard the first of the week Mrs George Evans Is reported some better Mrs David Thompson continues very Mr and Mrs Overman of Danville visited at Dr Elliott this week Miss Lena mine Is visiting In Danville Mrs Wm George has returned from Bristol Tenn Mrs Durham and little son Brack of MuKlnney am visiting the formers daughter Mrs Dr Wesley- A crowd of young people with Mrs M Belle Hurnlde and Miss Nolle Johnson as chaperones spent Wednee day at the Iron bridge on Dix river They went over in a hack and all report an excellent time A delicious lunch was prepared and everything was so cool and pleasant that they were aston shed on arriving In town to find it as hot as over Those composing the jolly crowd were Meisra Shorley and Robert Elkin George Dunlap Joseph Burnslde Pasco Miller Walter Hud son Willie Fox Logan Charlie Collier and Eddie Walker Misses Sallie Ross Willlo Belle Burnslde Evelyn Hope Kendrlck Ktile Mason Wattle Mae Robinson Mae Robinson Alice WalkS er Ethel West and Louisa Farris Mrs Lucy Worrell of Flat Wood Is very ill W W Warren and daugh tor Miss Katnerlncof Preacheravllle visited friends hero Monday Mrs J W Miller and Mrs George Lusk will attend the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo Mrs Susan Price Is very Misses Lula McClure of Crab Or chard Cora McClure of Greencastle Ind and Annie Cochran of Paint Lick visited Mrs A H Bastln Wed nesday Mr James Maret of Mt Ver non stopped la our town on his way to the State Telephone Association at Lexington Rev Leondlas Robinson paitor of the Methodist church Is at home from Carlisle and Is preparing to go to housekeeping In the new parsonage Miss Evelyn Rope Kendrick of Monticello is visiting Miss Willie Belle Burnslde Miss Mao Robinson of Bryantsville la visiting Miss Mottle Mao Robinson Pasco Miller of Lou isville Is visiting Mrs Robert Embry George Dunlap of Lexington Is visit ing at Judgo Burnaldes Mrs H B Arnold and children Mable Clare and Cecil of Paris are visiting Miss Fan nlo Austin Mr and Mrs C D Powell and son Robert visited the family of W S McGuire on Dix River Mrs Allie Powell and children aro visiting Mrs Bollard at Lick Miss Alice Henderson closed herscbool near Jesso Foxs Wednesday Miss Jennie Ewoll of Ewell Station who has been staying with her aunt Mrs Jesse Fox and attending school te turned to her home Thursday accompanied by her little cousin Miss Mary Lyne Fourth of July Rates Low rates via the Queen S Crescent Route from alt JuhTicketsgood returning untll the Stb Ask ticket agents for particulars An Unusual Occurrence To oblige the Judge of the court last week Col T P Hill consented to pro aide at the trial of a suit of ejectment Although a resident of Stanford for many years we do not recall ever hav ing seen this mature and excellent law yer previous to this occasion exercis lag any otJlctal function The circum stance Is not notable except as It may a line of reflection A private station may not only be In many con ditions the post of honor but It maybe and usually Is the post of dignity and contentment It imposes a task upon the Imagination to conceive of a hap pier state in this lire than that of a gentleman of advanced years still ro bust In health and mature In under standing whose energy foresight high professional attainments and hon orable business methods have secured for him the respect of his fellows and a competenco to sustain him to the end of his days Col Hill Is the elder of tho Stanford bar It Is claimed by his professional brethren that be justly takes rank among the foremost law yeas of the State Not wanting In that ambition which looks toward true greatness he Is guiltless of Harboring the counterfeit of that noble passion which dais a gratification In the mere notoriety of ofllco holding Unostenla lloue obliging charitable attending to his own business and never Inter meddling in that of others he has thus patted the 70th milestone without los log his natural force and without abatement of his mental vigor Not caring specially whether he practices law or not ho gives his time chiefly to the free Instruction of young men who desire to qualify icemtelvcs for the profession to which be has de voted more than 50 years of his life In this respect he Is without a peer In Kentucky Without reward except In the lasting regard of his pupils ho has taught a larger number of young men than any private tutor in Kentucky And thus the white hatred senior of our local bar goes In and out before his people Unquestionably be has made his private station a post of honor Surely It Is a place of contentment X LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Frank Barnett sold to J S Murphy two calves at S15 Sows shoats and pigs for sale Mark Hardln Stanford Fly and rut tune greatly damaged Boyles wheat crop Cloyd fc Tandy bought a large lot of hogs In Adair at 5 to Gc Washington county wheat crop has been cut half In two by fly W H Underwood sold to J H Ward a lot of corn at 260 to 8205 The good horse Water Color brought 123000 at the FaslgrTIpton sale In New york Mark Hardln bought of M D El more n thoroughbred Berkshire sow and six shoats for 110 Six or eight good young highgrade Shorthorn milk cows for sale All fresh Josh Jones Stanford D N Prewltt hat bought 77 lambs of L G Hubble and 57 of R L Hubble at 5c and 10 of B Withers at4eAd vocate Reb Goddard of Mercer sold three Red Leaf colts to John Hughesof Lex ingtqn for 2000 Mr Hughes bought them for a Milwaukee man Tom Dolan of Lexington eold to Chief of Police Joe Pugh of Coving ton the bay colt Baronette by Prince RoyalLltlle Voly for 12800 T L Carpenter void In Cincinnati a carload of lambs of his own raising at 010 They wore the finest lot that have left the county for some time Bonta Bros bought 40 extra mule colts at 105 to li5 They are feeding 45 extra yearling mules for the South ern market that they bought laet year at 70 Harrodsburg Democrat To stop the ravages of the little striped bug on melon and cucumber vines use fine sand or turnpike dust In which a little coal oil has been sprinkled and well mixed Sift a little on and around the vines occasionally The L N will tell roundtrip tickets to Detroit Mich atone firstclaps fare plus e2 membership foe account National Educational Association July 5 0 7 good till 12 By depositing tick eta with joint agent at Detroit on orbe fore July 12th and on payment of a fee ol CO coats at time of deposit an extent sion of final limit will be permitted to September 1st Inclusive You assume no risks when you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Craig k Rocker will re fund your money If ypu are not satisfied after using it It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and tbo only ono that never foils It pleasant safe and reliable Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington June 23 to July 5 Low rates WII Mametown to Junction City good to re turn until July 5th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G PA JAME3 A DUDDERAH Democratic nominee for magistrate in this district Is one of Stanfords best citizens He Is a wide a awake energetic man and Is tbo kind of timber squires should bo made out of He will add strength to the splendid ticket the democrats nominated In March last IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Harold B Hunting of Heron Is one of the honor taco at Yale this year Mss Mottle Mitchell daughter of W E Mitchell died suddenly In Boyle Hubert G Sbearin of Danville got the university fellowship In English at YaleDr F A Taylor who was shot at Jamestown by T L Humble Is out of danger The conroller of the currency has au thorized tbe Farmers National Bank of Somerset to begin business James Haynes aged SO Is dead in Wayne E M Jones another aged citizen of that county is also at deaths door Nancy Hunoelley and Phoebe King mother and daughter are on trial In the Pulaski circuit court for the murder of Epsev Sellers Dr Harry Blauton son Chancellor L H Blanton of Central University had a narrow escape from drowning while swimming near Valley View R L Phelps charged with cutting Jesse P Randall at a republican barbe cue was tried In Pulaski circuit court lined 130 and sentenced to 25 days In jail The Adair Casey and Russell coun ty Medical Association will meet at Russejl Springs tbe first week In Au gust An Interesting program has beep prepared At a picnic at tbe Narrows glvenby Jelllco parties Tom Bruce was shot and fatally wounded ba man named Carroll in a dispute over a Iro Car roll lied to Tennessee The property oflbe Log Mountain Coal and Coke Company of Plnevllle Including all their mines around Pine vllle and 10 miles of railway to Waslo to was sold to the Louisville Property Company of Louisville for 150000 John Austin a Negro dlve keeper was given 401 days In the workhouse bt Danville for selling whisky Chief of Police G T Helm did some shrewd detective work In catching up with Austin who was the slickest peddler of spirits Danvllfe has ever had Mcntan Adklns a young Jelllco mer chant was killed by a Southern train while on his way to Knoxville As the train drew Into Clinton be stepped oil to speak to a young lady at the depot but missed his footing Ho fell beneath the cdach and the top of his skull was cutaway Commissioner of Internal Revenue Ycrkcs has ruled that banks or station ers can not make claims for tbe re demption of check stamps and other documentary stamps belonging to custo mers or others but may purchase them and make claims In their own names alter July 1 Those bock of the company to bo or ganized for the purpose of putting in coke ovens at Pine Hill have been greatly encouraged by the new vein of coal recently opened It is claimed by experts to bo tho finest In the moun tains The proposed company la to hove a 250OOOlant- Deputy U S Marshal J A Coleman arrived with Ui S Donny of Brocade Wayne county who U under Indictment on the charge of conspiracy to rob the malls The Indictment was found at Fort Scott Kos Some tlmo ago It seems several mall pouches were robbed of a considerable amount of money The postal authorities inves tigated tbo matter and arrested sever al moon at Fort Worth One of the gang then confessed and stated that the key used bad been procured from U S Denny of Brocade Wayne countywho made an exact duplicate of tho mall keys to which he bad access as post master Courier Journal Low RATES Tbe L N will sell roundtrip tickets at U fares to any station on Its lines July 2 34 good re turning July 8 on account of of July r r 1 ITS 4 irh nw= = ril Sri Old Sol mIs after us again These hot swelterJ 111rJ4 mf1I SEITPAYS TO TRADE AT tid fi IJrIIJ Your money back if youre not satisfied r mILLER HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frohmsn Co P = = = = =1RVrJ 4 IQv 1WAIr rrirrrr= = HATS NewLot Just In Latest Things Out From a Buckeye TO a Stetson H J McROBERTS KE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit 1Flavors at PENNYSDRUG SSS eSUS SISUnI A G SNECO- NTRACTOR 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 I have been in business here carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Etc- I will duplicate anyprices offered 1 Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement andtyou willlmake no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes r HIGGINS IMcKINNFJY Stanford n f I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket c For State Stnalor GEO T FARRIS For Rcprttcntatire ti M F NORTH for County JtuJgt JAS P BAILEY t For Ctutlty CUrt GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM 1For Gherif M S BAUGHMAN For Atttttor M G REYNOLDS IForJailer W HERRIN For School Suptrintmfant GARLAND SINGLETON IT It hard to tell whether one does a charitable deed or not when he donates hit means to the average person wbo calls on him and tells hit sad tale of woe Someof those who ask alms rea ly need and deserve help but many are after the order of George Collins a partially blind man arrested at nay vllle for working churches and church people It was discovered that he had three valises at a hotel In that little city and here Is what they contalne Twenty pocketbooks 125 two and a half dollar gold pieces 860 In other money gold pieces a al00 bill onehalf gallo Mexican dimes two pair alligator bide boots new massive gold watch chali with gold nugget locket and Odd Fellow charm attached 200 poker chips heavy ring diamond cluster ring two revolvers a dozen pair kid gloves towel sad napkins from the Palme House Chicago and other hotel throughout the country a lot of K F charms and railroad tickets Whe confronted with these things Collln claimed he bought the watch and chat from Oskamp of Cincinnati for tbe snug sum of6UO He was tried aod recommitted to tall on the charge of knowingly receiving stolen property where it is hoped he will remain In good health until he Is rembved to Frankfort to spend the rest of his miserable existence behind the walls of the State penitentiary THE more the Hopklnsville Asylum matter Is stirred up the worse the odo Is About 20 Indictments have been returned for poker playing crap shoot log and the like Dr W A Lackey first assistant physician is Indicted In three counts Dr J Wi Stephens sect and assistant physician in tour Buck ner Leave steward two and so on A sweet state of affairs existed at the in ttitutlon and It is sincerely hoped that thpse responsible for it will be made to suffer to the full extent of the law t WHEN Col W C P Breckinridge editor of the Lexington Herald takes a half column of hit editorial page to tell about a horse getting In his garden we are moved to the belief that the writer of the ablest editorials in the South is getting alarmingly short on subjects It was merely a case of horse on the colonel which a man of his experience and varied accomplishments should have gotten used to long ere this TtfE following from the Elkton Prog ress is a considerable stretch of the blanket but we duly appreciate Edl tor Loving W Gaines good feeling and wishes fur our brotherlOW P Wal ton Is becoming the W R Hearst of Kentucky journalism He buys a pa per every few weeks simply for past time Heres hoping that he may make a barrel of money out of every one of them THE Louisville Post has at last die covered that Gov J C W Beckham is governor of Kentucky and uses the title Gov Instead of Mr as it has been doing Some of these hot days Dick Knott will find out that Gov Wm Goebel was assassinated by the republican party and tbat Hog Jaw Taylor was in the conspiracy Dicks learning fast now THAT England is friendly with and- partial to us as she should be there is little or no doubt Speaker Hender eon of the House of Representatives as a result of his Interview with King Edward says England may be depend ed uporrin any ordinary cpntrovcrsy k which may arise between the United States and the rest of the world I HANNA was dead in it in the guber natorial convention at Columbus 0 and ho controlled the members like so many sheep Hanna men were elected to every place Ou the State execu tlve committee and Hanna was made permanent chairman Hurrah for Han cal i THE average paper looks on person al mentions as rather a necessary nut sauce but the Courier Journal consider them EO Important thatlt sometimes sets them doubleleaded and doublecolumn i THE record shows that there are 208800 saloons In the country and tbat the prohibition vote at the last elec tlon was 209000 At this rate It will be many years before the party w realize its assertion that the rum saloon must go POLITICAL Louisville business men are trylog to have Sapp ousted Fugitive W S Taylor says he hopcs the democrats will nominate Supret Judge Harlan for preeldent The Ohio republican State convet tlon renomlnated Nash for governor b a unanimous vote Carl L Nippert of Hamilton county was nominated for lieutenant governor by acclamation Frank S Monoett who resigned as attorney general of Ohio because tbe republicans would not prosecute tbe trusts has announced his candidacy for attorney general on the democratic ticketIt said thae the declaration of tho Ohio republican convention in favor of reciprocity Is the keynote of the administrations policy and was made In accordance with the desires of Pres dent McKInley A resolution has been Introduced In the Alabama Constitutional Conventlc providing for the impeachment and suspension of a sheriff who throngh neglect or cowardice allows a prisoner to be injured or killed by a mob In the constitutional convention of Virginia Judge Richmond of Scotl county a district noted for many murders and shooting scrapes Introduce a resolution to stamp out the custom of carrying weapons In Virginia The resolution provides that the offeni shall be made a felony punishable by appropriate penalties and that persoi convicted shall be disfranchised for tVo years MT VERNON The band boys have ordered new uniformsThe of Rockcastle haTe decided upon a primary election to beheld August 15th to nominate card dates for county ofttces It was generally supposed that our present postmaster Mrs Baker had been reappointed and it was somewba of a surprise when the Sunday paper announced the appointment of W E ioHh The writer Is attending the tclephon leetlng at Lexington Representatives are there from all portions of the State Some of the neighboring State are also represented Members of the issoclatlon were entertained Thursday right by the citys chamber of commerce at the Phoenix Hotel Lazy men of our town fear Blllj Poynter and Theo Wesley the groc ryman and druggist as greatly as hey do small pox These two Va and practical jokers make life a burden to those who are Inclined to shun labor They have been known to actually talk men to sleep Several tired men have left town to rid themselves 01 heir tormentors The lazy mans club and the loafers union have ordered all heir members to boycott these twc uslness houses and to pass on the other side of the street Dr Southard was called from Bee Lick Monday to see his mother who was seriously Mr and Mrs Champ were here from Paint Lick James I bite is In Corbin where he It look In2 after work on a stone contract he has there Judge Williams S H- MartlnB N Roller C C Williams A J Pike R S Martin and A W Stewart are attending the Good Roads onvention at Louisville G T John soo was back to Bush Creek from Wacoa few days since E M Short companied his father to Richmond Monday Wm Townsend the section reman who was killed by lightning 00 a handcar on the L d E last week wal a native of this county to which his remains were brought for burial Ilt Miller has a Texas centipede on hlbltlon at bis store THIS AND THAT iHarvey Boyd aged 20 was killed by a live wire at Hopklnsvillo Wm Lay was overcome by heat In- his wheat field in Casey and died It develops that 20 lives were lot In- the second West Virginia cloudburst Mrs Joe Walden was thrown from- her buggy near Carlisle and fatally InJured At Jersey City Thomas G Barker vho shot the Rev John Keller was ntenced to five years imprisonment The Duke of Manchesters unsecured editors have accepted Palnlaw Zlm erraans proposal to pay 12s Gd on the war department reports from April 15 to May 10 show that 37018 Filipino rebels surrendered or were capturedT county grand jury lalled to Indict Dr McCormack reo noved superintendent of the Hopkins vllle asylum The Seventh National Bank showed up at the New York clearing house a debtorJto the extent of 61410305 and spcnded payment The wife of a farmer in Cowleycoun tyKan Is burned and d aret- lult of the refusal of her husband to deposit 65000 in a place named by unknown blackmailers XSTONVILLE FAIH July 31three days I it rlA L v la 7- t Il t i r Great Closing Out Sale I 4 1Vf1We are still cutting and slashing prices on all goods In order to sell this great of merchandise quick the goods are offered at cost and some below cost Why stockti that some of our competitors are kicking Can you guess The shoe fits tight It is simply impossible for any one to compete with our prices r The Great Closing Out Sale To Quit Business Will long be remembered by our cust9mers and friends as such bargains as we are J now offering never have and never offered again Therefore come while this sale lasts Each day brings us nearer our close and when weare gone Stanfords largest and cheapest dry goods store is gone Now you have the opportunity of buying good seasonable goods at very near price ont fail to call at our store andI will easily be convinced that what we say is true These prices will bring people I fifty miles to our store There are two times to buy shoes when you need em and when there is a chance to buy at half price such as we are otter ing at our Great doling Out Sale Ladles tine dongola shoes ind Oxfords all sizes with kid and patent tip worth from f to 260 In this great sale 6bc Mens fine shoes lace or Congress well worth 1175 In this sale OSc We have a big assortment of boys and misses shoes that must be sold cost not considered Before we received instructions from headquarters to close out we hail received our summer stork of lawns ginghams piques dimities organdies etc These all go in this great sale at half price We Lave a few mens linen suits left the only thing for this hot weather they go in this great sale at 81- 3Collars 5c 50 dozen mens 9 ply lien collars too latest styles worth 15c in this sale 60 Bros t1 r r fZ3 7ti t 1h d ts Charles Burge and Miss Minnie Scat Ian were married at Miss Annie Mark burya Wednesday Oohn Stapleton aged 10 and MI88 Jennie Smith 14 wore married at Bun- combe this State Thomas Rogers shot htmself to death at Clarinda la at the hour he was to have been married to Miss Inez Plank After a courtship qj 25 years J F Barkley a merchant of NicholasvllU and Miss Mary Bronaugb were mat rled John Campbell aged 30 and Miss Dora Rutherford sweet 10 were mar rled at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman Wednesday- In a card published In Buffalo Mr Bryan says the democratic masses will Insist upon adhering to the old prlncl pIes In spite of the threats of reorgan- Izers Miss Alberda Martin the handsome daughter of S H Martin of Rockcas tie was married Wednesday to Mr D C Sandidge a wholesale merchant of Lynchburg Va L R Barnes has filed suit for di force at Paducab claiming that his wife forced hjm to marry her by threat smog to kill him and also forced him to deed her certain property which be now asks the court to restore to him Mr Thomas Pence and Miss Margaret Lynn were married at Rev W E Arnolds by that gentleman Tuesday evening and left next morning for Louisville to remain several days Thg bride is the pretty and popular daugh ter of Mr and Mrs John G Lynn of the Maywood section and the groom Is tbe oldest eon of Mr and Mrs E T fence They had been sweethearts for some time and those knowing their badness for each other arc not sur wised at the culmination of their sourtshlp Mrs Pence Is a handsome brunette as lovely of disposition as she Is of face and will we predict make a helpmeet fond and true She has been a frequent visitor to Stanford and is ouch admired hero for her winning rays and bright and sunny tempera Bent Mr Pence Is a steady young armor of exceptionally good habits and as clever as you find cm He and his bonnie bride have ovary reason to be happy and our sincere wish is that boy will be happier and happier as hey older and know each other better They will be at home for the present at the grooms fathers Vital most people want is something mUd and gentle when In need of a phys Ie Chamberlains Stomach arid Liver ablets fill the bill to a dot They are east to take and pleasant in fleet For Ball by Craig Rocker Druggists j Jr Pearl Buttons 5c 22 grow pearl buttons all sires real value lOc In this great sale 6c dozen Pants 25c Menb linen and cottonade pants the kind you pay 50 for in other stores In this great sale 25- cGloves 69c 300 pairs ladles kid gloves In all shades and sizes worth f150 anti 12 in this great sae C9c Gilt Belts lOc 0 dozen ladies gilt belts worth 25o in this sale lO- cLadies Shirt Waists 49 cents Ladies fine shirt waists made of French lawns and best Sea Isaud percale nicely trimmed worth fl in this great sale only 49c ih ItYJCHURCH MATTERS Eld David Noaks will preach at Gosben Sunday week at 11 oclock Uncle Joe Hoppers meeting at Klrktvllle resulted in six addltloosI Rev F B Walker has resigned the pastorate of the First Baptist church or WinchesterThe Christian church and tbe First Presbyterian church of Winches ter are without pastor Eld H C Garrison of Danville will preach at the Union Morelaod Sunda school building at 330 Sunday after noonRev J W Haglna tubjeci Sunday morning It Proving and Qoldlni Fast at night an exposition of Isalai 55 The Baptist church at New Liberty celebrated Itt 100th birthday Sunday Dr Frost of Nashville preached thi centennial sermon The Rev George E Shaw a St Pau preacher refused to accept back salary raised by a church fair and has gone to work In a tailor shop The Ladles Missionary Societywill have an open session at the Baptlei church Sunday night when a pleasing program will be given The pastor of Central Christian church at Lexington suggested to the female members of his congregation that they leave their hate at home In hot weather A beautiful window has recently been the rear of the pulpit of the Presbyterian church at Elizabeth town by Mr H A Sommers a memorial of his wife Mrs Elizabeth Payne SommersThe M D Cluhb of Midway financial agent for the College of the Bible of Kentucky University Is mak leg an elTort to Increase Its endowment fund Be has already obtained J12000 In cash and 815000 In pledges Elder George Gowen has won the hearts of his congregation and tbo out look for tbo work ai the Broadway church Louisville Is much brighter than it has ever been at any time dur atlonICbrlstlanThe Christian Kentucky wail meet at Covlngton July i There are 450 societies In tbo Stato sod It is expected that at least 10000 epresuntatlvcs and visitors will attend At the same time the National convene lon of all the Christian Endeavor So sieties In America will be In session In inalnnatlMcKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop ozinntlp KST Make and keep constantly on hand the beet of Flour Meal Slilpstutr Ilran Chicken reed Ac Prices very reasonable Cu Kennedydlller Mens Undershirts 15 cents lenlI llalbrlffgan undershirts worth 25e In this sale The Mens Shirts 49c Men i fancy sliirti with two collars worth SI In this great silo 49c Corsets 23c Ladies bummer and plain corsets white black and fancy worth 50c in this tile 23c Domestics 4 I2cHooiier cotton yard wide flcIGauze vests worth lOc at So- Amoskcag and Lancaster ginghams worth 0j soil7e go at Oc All best brands of calico go at 3Jc Iule 1andSalinger I MATRIMONIAL r r r r r rIr r SUMMER CLOTHING I See our Light Weight Clothing Light Trous ers Low Cut Shoes Light Underwear Straw Hats Negligee Shirts and Neck vear Everything Needed To Dress You Nicelyand Comfortably in hot weather Sea sonable Goods for Summer Time High est Qualities Lowest Prices Ladies Shoes a Specialty Cummins MeClary Here We Are AgainI SCRIP Our beginsJuly furniture Carpets Will Paper Rugs Mattisg1j Shades e Orgunsspecial inducements In the way of For every dollar you spend with mo IJlveyoll a which is worth five cents and for every you couponIme I give you a REBATE STAMP with draw premiums We are after the trade of that wide awake peoplepeople who know black from theopportunityprice wagon start through the country July 1st show you people what bargains we have In store ior you W f Withers Stanford TIMOR JOURNAL 1001JrTn tho Judtro Taft clear for a smoke at Penny Drug Store OUR prescription work It unturpass PennysiIPERSoNALS his sister in Marion fMIss LiLUn McCLAHY has been clck MRs P P NUNNELUY In visiting a friend at Pno HIM Mic D WEAKEN of Paducah It with old friends hero r s ernonIspenLATTOH EY J T UAYS of Lancaster was hero yesterday MRS W II VBATCII returned to her Louisville Tuciday fMISS MARY Cools of Cooks Springs grows gradually worse MRS JOSEPH PETTUB of Louisville Is the guest of Mrs Kato Miller HONE It 0 WARREN Is attending the Good Roads Convention in Louis I vllle Miss RACHEL ALLISON of Lexing too Ii with her sister Mrs Mary Burch BARRY BEST of Mllloriburg spent several days with Alfred and Harry Hlffcloi Miss BETTIE HALEY of Rowland Is Junction visiting Mrs A P Haley at Lebanon MRS J W ALCORN and MUs Kate Aljorn era attending the Lexington Chauuuqua Oun Mt Vernon correspondent Mr James Maret was bore a short while Wednesday Mil AND MRS JOE S RICE attended the Elks banquet Wednesday evening at Richmond MRS BEN SPALUINO of Lebanon Is wltb her son T P Hill Spaldlng a ColT IMIIU Mns J S CAMlIiELL of Shelby City Is with her sister Mrs J L Sberon who Is III Mns W M BouLR of Owensboro was here yesterday on her way to Lancaster to visit her parentsaFRANK READ formerly of Bdylc has secured the position as bookkeeper for the Lexington Democrat PROF JOIN A MILLER left this week for Athens Tcnn near which place be has engaged to teach MISSES LENA PALUEU of Kirks vllle and Amos Willis of Richmond are guests at Mr W II Traylor ALFRED lIiayiNS went to Lexington this morning to goo Mr Klndrlck Alcorn win tho oratorical contest at the Chautauqua MRS AW CARPENTER George L Carpenter and Misses Laura and Kllza hsqua at ton HANDSOME Miss JESSIE PowE of the West End passed through Tues day returning from a delightful vis to Lancaster friends MRS JOSEPH COY who was atby Crab Orchard Springs Wednesday tells us that a good crowd Is gathering at that delightful place MISS EVA LAMMERB of Richmond was hero Tuesday returning from Ru sellville where sho has been trimmer for a big millinery store MISSES SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS a0 Sallle Engleman of Stanford are guests of Mrs S M Allen Millers burg cor Bourbon News Miss ALLIE B BROWN who Is stc t nographer for a coal firm near Pine vllle was here yesterday en routo to Garrard to visit her parents MRS W H SHANKS and Misses Dot lie McRoberts Katherine and Dora Baughman went up to Madison Tues day afternoon to visit friends and relatives baltof Miss Stella Tanner bus returned to t her homo at McKlnaeyWinchost Democrat MR JOIN FRANCIS formerly of Ga rard county and recently with John Jones of Stanford has accepted u position with Salinger Bros at this Ore do Front Danville News MR C B ENOLEMAN Is rapidly r f gaining his strength and looks lttt the worse for wear Mrs Robt Sal- lr and little daughter aro visiting In Dan ville Paint Lick cor Lancaster Re e cord ATTORNEYS JOHN W BROWN of Mt Vernon J E Rpbtnronof Lancaster und John W Rawllngs R E Puryear and Henry Jackson of Dan I vllle were hero attending court weak hie k KINDRICK ALCORN Is attending tho Lexington Chautauqua He will re l reeent Centre Collego In the Oratorical Contest this morning when his many friends hero and elsewhere hope ho will coma out victorloue MR W P WALTON of Kentucky but well kpown here could not remain out of the newspaper business long Upon tho urgent request of tho citizens of Harrodaburg he has purchased tho Democrat of that city which has one of the best newspaper plants In tho State The Herald wishes Mr Walton much success in his new fleldAlb i land Va Herald trl quitesickw leithMR AND MRS j II BACOHMAN are at Crab Orchard Springs Miss STILL WALKER of Richmond In DennyW of the ti yesterdayMusvlllo spent several lava with Mrs D v Ballou Miss ALLIB HUFFMAN entertained a number of bur young Islands very de lightfully Wednesday evening DR AND MRS M LEE PIPES of Morcland entertained a number of their friends at tea Tuesday evening MR J L CONWAY wife and son Reid of Wichita Kansas aro vlslsltlng the family of Samuel Reid at Huston vllle LITTLE Miss COOPER PENNY of Danville who has been with her grandmother several days has returned homo A B C DlNWlDDlE of Lincoln county wag hero Monday In tbo inter cst of tbo Hustonvlllo PalrI1arrodl burg Democrat Mat E B CA LOWELL JR who was hero from Waynesburg yesterday told us that there wise considerable sick ness In his section LOCALS Duo FINISH at Craig k Hookers GO to Craig k Hockcrs for perfect fitting spectacles IlrlbyIIELNZs Pure anti Pickling Vinegar John Bright Jr l Co NEW line of cutglase candolabras gold watches etc Wm Hamilton jew ales OUIt of ware China waro are very complete and cheap George H Farris l Co tON and after July I will toll meat- strictly for cash and this means I will credit nobody No favors shown O P HutTman ALL bids for lumber for the Huston villa fair must bo In by July Get specifications from either W G Cow n president or W D Hockcr secret tary BeuiNNlNQ Monday next July I will do an exclusive cash business which means I will credit no one for either shoves haircuts shampoos or baths Ed Wilkinson dCOfAREh K OK PsDr W D Tardlf and James Middle ton who are enthusiastic members of the order of Knights of Pythias are preparing to organize a colored lodge hero PUIILIC SALPHJ xll sell at public auction Saturday July 20th my soil and kitchen furniture etc on Lancaster street Terms made GinsburgIItED WILKINSON tbo up ta date bar ber has ordered a fan which will run water and which will make his new ly painted and papered barbershop as comfortable as It Is pleasing to the eye PICNIC A grand plcclo In the In pubilec g on Friday July 20 Joo S Reed Is man molldTHE city council has very sensibly moved the public watering trough from Jockey Row to Main Street where horses hitched to buggies can quench their thirsts without throwing the OCt cupants out W H TRAYLOR Ciscodown his big distillery Saturday Ho has made 1700 barrels this run of as One whisky MrTraylorhas just about completed putting up 12000 quarts hacrd go to a Liberty than anywhere and there aro daysrAuAHthe above data was decided on and J moor1oe finC0d two men Tim Danvlllo Advocate thinks It was a great joko on our West End friends when an olTort was mado by some one for spits or otherwise to have tho name Uustonvlllo changed to Huston Wo do not agree with Dror Melntyro at all and think that If it was intended for a joke it has been parried entirely too far nustonvllla people arc justly proud of their little city and aro equally proud of the name which has boon acceptable to all for a century or more and wo do not blame them for kicking and kicking hard when some unknown person or persons attempt to havo It changed Tbo Advocate would have a duck fit If somebody would oven BUg gcsta choose In Danvilles name The people down thero got mad when their town is jestingly referred to as Llttlo Britain Let Hustonvlllos name re- maIn what it Is unless tho moro appro prlato ono of Hospitality bo exchanged for itr h EXTRA Clean Red Top Cane Seed Hlgglns McKinney FRESH car lime salt and cement John Bright Jr L Co PLENTY handmade harness of the latest pattern on band J C McClary Tilt Mlddleburjr Cornet Band will give a plcno at South Fork Trestle Julys ICE Cream atvery low prices to close out stock George H Farris fe Co TilE lean men and the men of Lancaster will play a game of ball there this afternoon that termsour are cash Lox cash prices on feed of all kinds JlI Baughman k Co- IF you need bill heads or statements for your 1st of July settlements this olllco Is the place to get them NOTICE TASPAVERSYour city taxes for the year 1001 are due Please settle L It Hughes Collector AGAIN we ask those papers that are publishing a list of fairs to mako Hue tonvllle read July 31thrce days LINCOLN countys assessed valuation Is 15185487 and tho mount of tax to bo collected by Sheriff S bL Owens IB f2403lOO THE Booth Privileges of the Hue tonvllle Fair will be sold at auction at Hustonvllie at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon July Illsscs ADAMS of Hustonvlllc will millinery stock on reasonable terms Good stand Contemplate mov ing cruses them to sell Write or call THERE will be running races mulo races barrel races bicycle races rid ing contests fat mans race and a sure enough wedding at the Somerset fair July TIIE tax books are ready now and settleemy year I must get all taxes in S M Owens s heriffILOST betweennoreland and Miss Mollle Harmons via Hustonvllle a light blue cbambra ruffle embroidered In while and six widths wide Leave at this office GREAT preparation Is being mado for the Maccabco picnic at Waynesburg tomorrow This oBlce acknowledges thanks for an Invitation which Provi dence permitting will bo accepted SHERIFFwbitOtt ho was se lected to solicit special premiums for the Huston rllle Fair July 31 three days called on the merchants and others here yesterday and got close to 1160 anrod men bought out Wearer Brosotock of buggies and harness and will move It to their store This will give them a splendid line to show to their customers BLUE GRASS Mr John Bright has on exhibition at his sons titers bunches of English Canadian and Kentucky blue graes which show that the latter is by far superior He got the Ken tucky sample from a field he has seen In bluegrass for over consecutive years 1JoIIN A HENDREN J C McClarys up to date harness maker Is making for W W Wlthersa set of harness for the turnout that gentleman will put on the road In a few days that eclipses anything seen around here It will have more than 10 pounds of braes mountings buckles etc and It must here taken several hides to furnish the leather In it I CIRCUIT COURT The third week o the Juno term of Lincoln circuit court Is drawing to a close and a good des of business remains to be done yet eral cases have been set for next wed and It Is not Improbable that the fifth week will find the wheels of justice still grinding Tbo greed jury net Tuesday but on account of the inability of ono of its members to be present adjourned over till next Monday- A good deal of Tuesday was taken up with the case of John Million agalnet M C Burton of Lebanon whom to sued for 8104000 damages Burton for fun or otherwise palmed himself off as- a deputy U S marshal and arreste Million and seized his still This Jar Quad a verdict of 8125 for the plaintiff Mrs Mary E KaulTman sued Mrs Annie D Powell for several noses of land near Hustonvlllo and won her sees Tho contention was over a boundary line W T Smith was given a verdict of 8140 against the town of Rowland Hie horse full through a halo In a calve at that place and was damaged and ha was slightly Injured Ho sued for 8295 Too Casa of tbo Danville DIx Hive Lancaster plko against the fiscal court of Lincoln county was sot for yesterday but was transferred to th equity docket and may not be tried th court The suit Is for 31250 to whlo our fiscal court claims nn offset J E Robinson and J T Hays of Lan castor represent the pike company an County Attorney Helm is assisted by hissers Hill St McBoberts for the coun tyit iL FRESH bread Tuesdays and Fridays and fresh cakes every week John Bright Jr Co A HORSE belongIng toJ Baugb man ts Co was taken from their stable and ridden last night The animal either got lose or was given his free dom and wandered back to Lie stable A futile effort was made to locato the scamp with bloodhounds Le Its landfill M D formerlyto diseases of the Eye will tjo at the Myors Houso Stanford Thursday July 18 I9OI One diiv returning every month References IJr Cook OlUnnon and Reid and other of Lancaster O GLASSES ADJUSTED SUNDAY EXCURSION- TO CINCINNATI JUNE 30THIs the next dater ROUND TRIP T 125 Sptelal Train Service From JUNCTION CITY Coney Island Chester Park The Zoq and all Summer Resorts are now open See small bills or call on ticket agent for particulars W U KrxEARsojf G P A Cincinnati NOTICE mylandhunting fishing or other trespassing on It IIIUGIir Wftjnesburg COUNTYI Having decided to go to Oklahoma I will tell at Private Male my One dairy farm of 156 acres ono mile north ot Clarks South ern Ry and 1K miles mouth of Long nun ThistarmIn grunt but suitable for the best crops of tobacco corn wheat or other IMPROVEMENTS There U a fine two store commodious sovenroom house In justcompletedhouse nnd all neccsinry outbuildings A vineyard and nice young orchard The spring In the county Is right by the house tupplles all water to dairy and stable yard This is n beautiful for all uses Only 18 miles from Louisville and purchherNONE 1UT GENUINE I handle Peering Harvester Extras and genuineUnlessthem you genuineI RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY In now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water is plentiful and the grounds present a pleisant appearance Quests will be given willing at chllee 1350 per week For further Information apply to W M VAUOHAN Dr RQGOLDSTEIN StaalonlJune2blhaadDth Thorough examInation of the ape and adjuit meot toiilMM nil snouulltles ot tight made lluall0ed1atied experience In the one bisect Scientific ap delectlse1who found relief sod iota Isle restoration by the uw Ml sclentittcallysdjustedduaes There are mloerythations will do well to see Dr UoMitein at once and hare tbelr eyes corrected Consultation tree all StkFARM FOR SALE OR RENT Having determined to to Oklahoma I eyytund Rradlordevllle nice dwelling good outbuildings Including 3 barns well water ed land In good staid ot cultivation und fences In good repair Alto 50 acres good timbered Possession Nov 15 E I CAWENTER Hustonvlllo BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATEYIn the JUitilct Wart of the Ioltid States fur HenryFtlcelncerebyEkenthatthe imJerilcneil will as undenlineil and at feast hoiiw door In Stanford Lincoln county Ky 5lopdsp JulY llh Dist la date rouulr court day amt It about the hour 0112 m proceed toolltr fur ale to the highest bidder the hereinaf ter described rest property will ha IrlreIelnll 10rEwill take bondi payable to himself said bonds hearing cent Interest from date of sale until pail with a lien retained on the land to secure torpurchoarorpurchueroet said property will bo to give awe with at lent two good sureties Tbe purchaser has the andUscribed laud to be sold Is the 710 undivided Inter wldfhbantraanorth by the Dangherty farm wit by Jaiuvs T JlhoredIltllhandSEFFI of Hant rupti 1L d STAPLE AND fANCY iROERIES Hardware Stoves and Tinware Woodenware Glassware Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers COOLERS q Call and see our stock at Opera House Corner John Bright Jr Co New Goods This Week I 1 We have just opened the following new er goods that are very much in demand jut now If arvr Silk ShambrasrEmbroidered Swiss vV4 Dress Ginghams Lace LawnsyVelvet Ribbons Pearl Buttons India Linens Taffeta Ribbons Hosiery and Silk Gloves We give Notipasl Rebate Cos Rebate Stamps one stamp with each lOc purchase A y few saved gets you a nice present absolutely free We i f want your trade and will try to serve you well Highest vt market price paid far eg- gsJOIN Pa JONES Stanford u f Eim Eim fJl IWe have just freshened o ri1 Midseason Stock I Sunrier Dress Goods 1 And Notions with new dimities lawns piques ginghams tissues lace bands in black and whitv Val laces plearl bnttons belts ties collars fans and umbrellas We are showing an immense line of rDry Goods and Small Notions Our line of Ladies Oxfords and Slippers is compl- eteSeverance I sonSei4 I I 1 J B UGGIES UGGIES I UGGIES I The Largest an nest Selected Stock of Vehicles in Central Kentucky WeI Havo Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price from 2500 To 50000 Our vehicles were bOIlJhttfor cash in car lots sell on a smaller than any house in woIKentucky Our County friends are ly invited to look our o over I We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Brace a Bright Danville New Goods New FlanAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Fi- ndPerfectlyEverything Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourlpatronago will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsee us W W SAUNDERS at CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street SSS SSS ITHE INTERIORJOURNAL Brtkred n the po lqfflce at Stanford at toonddatt matter bUahCIXUa GY aadFYinpa aT 1 PER YEAR CASH betbareedI w When not sopatd 3OO will Posted My farm Is jKMted and I will not permit Anyone to hunt fish or In any on It Those who do so prosecuted to the full extent of the law Enasr Cttallxr ERDILLEHAY DAHVILLB KT Manufacturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices A 8 PRICE s 3r eon Dentist islHanford Ky I Or eve McRoberU Bulldlni Drug Store In tbt Owsley It R A JONES DENTISTStanford P Ky Office over Higgins tk McKinncya Ston Telephone No 43 JUST LIKE A MILL f I have branch the George Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I will be glad to give you flour meal bran ihlpstuff Ac for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good Hour and 10 pounds bran to the bushel of No2 wheat Our meal la ground on the old fashor 4S Inch burrs It Is my desire to keep this exchange at your town and I trust you will me n liberal share of your patronage I retail flour and meal at wholesale The flour and meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill at Stanford I sell corn br the feed or bushel MORRIS FRED i n Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange I FRUITTBROSMORELAND Furniture UndertakingAnd t 1HaCa RUFLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted t Fit GuaranteedGive a Call r BEAZLEY i HAYSU- NDEBTASEBS ado OKALXR3 I- MFurnitureMattinjjSsRuKS And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY i J+ G + McCbMY UNDBBTAKBB 1Ianufacturer and Dealcarl- nSAB1TESS SADDLERY BeC Stanford Ky t J H WARD CO FWM Livery Feed And Sale Stabl DmresOWStandDepot St Stanford New and stylish Turnouts lisle reasoual Special attention to trailing salesmen Her bought sndsoil on commission reetIIQo lIittblllOc No bitches on public days Good atunlton linn all stock left at our tatle bone e- 0FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and stales constantly on hand anll for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager QO TO F KRUGER Mt Vernon SURal I01lC1rlrII Ifs carries a full and eOlllplele la k Dry Goods Boots Shoo lists Groceries lIanl wire Ac and often bargains la all hues Erer thin new and upto date Darld Pointer Is salesman In hit store he Invites his friends to rail on hi- mPainting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your carriage or wagon In IIrstdluuiyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OREEIt Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Mills STAKFOSD ST MORRIS FRED PnorBiKTOR I desire to announce the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind tug and that I will nt all times furnish tho best o- fFlour Moat Shipsfroff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to glo the best results ou but bear lu mind always that I need you patronage FRED Pror Drs SlavinS PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DanTllle Mondays Wednesdaya and Fridays wilt be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat unlays Office In thi Pennlngton BulldlnglSUnfordOI lice hours t to 12 u to rC OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and dereloped by Jlr A T Still of Klrkarllle Mo depends on tbe prlncipes of Anatomy and Physiology for III re sulfa It requires no no dugs no rubbing no surgical operation and claims rhtng lope natural Osteopathy Tlewa man as a machine of manr lu te U adjustment Wben all perta are properly adjusted and not overworked healt lithe Some ol the diseases treated by ui Nejrou Prostration Headaches Neuralgia IlheumatUm CalarrbJWnlt Eyes Granulated Ltd ioltre Lung Diseases Constipation Piles Gallstones Enlarged Prostrate all Stomach and Intestinal troubles Disease of Bones and J Tints Currature Dislocations Stiff Joints Paralysis Incontinence of Urine Loromotor Atax Diseases a specialty ConsulUUoi Free Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Farmer Bank A Trust Compan and under same management contlnu- ously for U Years Solicits Your Bank Account Ieplva such buslneu relations will prove mutus ly beneficial and 4eu- DIRECTORS J B Paxton JIJ Sr JN Mtnefre A W Carpenter WII Cummins J E SHShams4 J F Cash J B Owilij OFFICERS S B Shanks President B Oiralc v CashlKn Vf JI BrIht Aast Cane FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Ctplttl Stock 150000 Burplm 10000 This Institution originally established u the poItBank of Stanford In 18J3 then reorganised u National Dank ofStanlord In 1863 andagali irganlied as the First National hank ot Stanford n 1882 Iou had practically an uninterrupted exist Inte for year t1I better supplied now will cllttles for transacting business promptly and I arallr than trer before In Ita long and bonoiab ureer Accounts of ladITLtuallldudadea- aad ladlrid ualll lctt DIRICTOH F Beld Lincoln Co J W Hayden Stanfor S T Barrls n an Baughman J S Rocker TP Hill WP Walton W A Tribble J U ColllerCrab Orchd Jat Uo lnson Hubble DElmore Stanford orriciii e J S Bucker Prrsldent JJ Mclioberts Cashltr fYouwill find at James Frycs Store the largest and e most attractive line of a MENS BOYS CHILDRENS CLOTHING Slipperis for I Ladies Men Boys and Girls KComplete Line of Dry Goods Notions Etc Etcris Also a complete 2 LJ N E OF GROGERI ES i ForJIcfs than you can buy the same goods at other stores JAMES FRYE HUSTOfllVILLE dLhq NEWS NOTES Thermometers registered 101 at Pa ducah this week Tho South African war Is costing En eland over 80000000 a week Tho Missouri Pacific Railroad will increase Its capital stock to 130000000 Voter Duncan a huckster was struck by lightning and killed near Lexlng tonFour men were convicted at Manila of Improperly purchasing government stores Henry W Reltz a Louisville under taker died from tho Intense heat of Tuesday C G Ritchie a trainer was kicked on tho head and killed by a horse at Lexington The Kentucky School of Medlolno at Louisville turned out 49 sawbones Wed nesday night Harrison Wilson was shot and killed by Frank Campbell In Scott county Campbell was badly hurt John W Consldlne a gambler shot and killed ExChief of Police W Li Meredith At Seattle Warb L L Bailey who killed Wattei Selph at New Orleans In a duel wltt fists was dismissed by the court Fire swept the tobacco rehandltn district of Mayfield causing a loss at fully 3150000 insurance 8GOOOO Two persons were killed and 30 In jured In a wreck on the Plttaburg and Lake Erie road near Monaca Pa Aunt Kevlna Clay colored aged Ill who claimed to have been a slave in Henry Clays family died at Ash landFrank C Forrest and Louise Stroth off bts fiance were found dead In tho road near Quincy III They bad quar reledGeorge Wels and wife were struck by lightning and killed at their home on the Oardstown pike nine miles from D Brennan of Lexington was killed by sunstroke at Bcatty vllle where he had gone with a surveying party A number of persons were Injured in a fight between striking laborers on street improvement and the police of Rochester N Y On June 20 the public debt was 89SS 022070 a decrease of 91334207137 slnqe 1SGG the Interest charge was 129 702860 a decrease of 110273330 since I860 Chicago Negroes have formed the Black Cross Federation to cure the lynching habit by the prosecution of the lyncbers rather than the removal of the cause Peter Postell who died at Hopkins vlllc was said to be the richest Negro In the South He was 60 years old and had been a slave In his youth Ho left an estate valued at 9500000 Richard Friedman shot and killed his sister Rosa aged 21 attempted to kill his sister Helen aged 17 and then shot and killed himself on a crowded west end thoroughfare at Boston The total amount of taxes to bo col lected In Kentucky this year by her Ida Is 1270636025 on an assessment of 8538707450 The Increase In assess ment this year amounts to 902390 Richard Walke of Norfolk Va committed suicide bv jumping Into the Atlantic Ocean It was his third attempt to destroy himself and bo Is the bird of hs family to dIe by their own bands within the past three years Ina fit ot jealousy Stdphen Clark of Poplar Bluff Mo fatally stabbed Pearl Clark a woman with whom ho was liv ing and after beating her brains out with a hatchet plunged a knife Into tils breast making a fatal wound W M Wells of Mercer has a goose that has laid 42 eggs this year The L tts franchise tax of 130 693 IS has Just been paid Into the Stat treasuryAn well has been struck North of Dcnlson Texas that spouts oil 400 feet In the air The fut and lean Odd Follows of lIar rodsburg will plav a game of Gall then July 5 says the Democrat French Lick Springs were bought b Mayor Tom Taggarl and other India napolls capitalists for 9400000 J Plerpont Morgan has subscribe over 91000000 toward the extension or the medical department of Harvan UniversityPolice Lexington found Sam Ed ward a 15 year old boy from Ghana nooga who was brought by a band of Irish Gypsies now camping there Four Dowlcltcs who were holding an open air meeting at Evanston III were booted down rottenegged Jostle about the street and finally driven out of town Rockcaatle has the largest dclegatlo of any county at the Good Roads Cot Tentlon In Louisville Judge R G Williams Is on the committee of reel lutlons J M Farra ofLancaster on permanent organization committee The Elkhorn valley of West Virgin la was visited Wednesday night by another cloudburst which washed awa much of the repair work done by the railway company and caused greate destruction at Pocahontas than the previous load The lossof life by the West Vtrglnli cloudburst Is now placed at 50 rnotl colored miners and their families tho a great many more are missing and may have been swept away The prop arty loss Is about 12000000 of which halt a million falls upon tbo Norfolk A Western railroad nod about J10000C upon tho coal operators A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own fnmilie In preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Reme dy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y sI have always used it In my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and the cough following U grippe enl found it very efficacious For sale by Craig it Hocker Druggists For a man love U an expectation at 20 ap Irresistible desire at 30 a habit at 40 an Indiscretion or a hesitation at and a profanation at 70 For a wo man love Is a dream at 20 an txper lence at 30 and a reminiscence after 40 ONE FARE TO CINCINATJIow rates via the Queen Crescent Route account Christian Endeavor Conven tion July OthlOth Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati A room npoked unatthe ed itor of the Bluflton find Banner be cauio his trousers were patched He went homo and sued her husband for 810 bo owed on subscription IIEWAIiK OF OIS1MKNTS FOR CATAIU1II THAT CONTAIN MRKCPItV Mrrcurjr will surely destroy the wow ot e11a- nd completely derange the whole system when mitring the niucus suiljrt Such artl lea should never lie used except on j fIIIHuns from rrputaM iihysldans as the damage hey will do Is tn fold to the good you ran jKiiil ply derive from them Italic catarrh cure Bunn rarturtdby J Chn A Co Toledo O sins no mercury and Is taken internally acting- Ilreclly upon hlDhlllOol and blurouNurlar or the ijrsttm uylnK lulls Catarrh Cure IN sure fou gt the genuine It Is taken Internally and wade In Toledo t r F J Cheney A Co Testl nionlaU free Sold r Jn Kins twice 78t ref Family Pills art the boil How Is This Only 2998 Call and See It a ttja George H Farris Co k I Jc = o 00 7Jj r THE s National Weekly Investment C I INCORPORRTED- y A Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is attested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established t For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington KyY II See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence StanforqI GO TO W B McRoberts o DruistrFor Wall Paper White LeadILinseed Oil Ready Paint Neals Carriage Varnish and Varnish paintI BOYLE NI3HOLS 0 L DOVER NICHOLS COPIER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danyille Kentucky We have just received a handsome new hearse and are fully equipped fur directing funerals OUR TZEPAIRIAC3 DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol storing c reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Mr lover U president and Mr Nichols of thu Uoylc and Lincoln County Burial Anodal o Jecl of which Is to provide for the funeral expenses of lie members and arc the anoclulon undertakers J S Ooodo Is the gent Lincoln County Phone 15 GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT The Racket Store Stanford Ky f Of the entire stock of Dry Goods Notions Mens and Children Clothing Boots and Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishing Good Trunks Valises etc to lose Out At 50 Cents On the Dollar a This will bo one of the greatest slaughtering tales ever known to the l eople of Lincoln and surrounding counties Come and ace for yourselves at is nothing reserved for every dollars worth of goods ruusl positively bo closed out by Aug 1001 We Lave no space to mention our loir prices but it will pay you to come for miles away end take advantage of great closing out lulu FOR SALK House and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagon WAbb pArER PMbor+ The people of Stanford and Lincoln Count are cordially Invited to call and examine the handsumest of mportcd Wall Paper I Ever shown In this section from the cheapest to tho most expensive mudo We have H in our employ Expert Ifangen who will personally attend each job at tho lowest possible price flu also have a full line of Paints Oils Varnishes Window 0 lass Painters Supplies Etc AaE GIBBONS Danville rrti 0rIBlESCIKPTE 1NS 1 Heceive the most careful attention and Bra Filled With Tn eRThe Lowest CASH PricesfCCmmm HCKIRQ J