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INTERIORJOURNALoSEMIWEEKLY1C VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 219019 A tINO37 1 I NEWS NOTES Sam Turner a Louisville Negro hung himself In a tree top One of Wallace circus elephants waakllled by lightning In Wisconsin The Louisville base ball club ball been transferred to Grand Rapid Mich Newcastle Pa has declined Car negles otTer of 110000 for a public 1U I brary r A safe robber and a Negro murderer were legally hanged at Birmingham FridayA Dob Bullock was given 13 ycari1 Imprisonment for killing Joe Duirara tWm E Duncan exsheriff of War run county died at tho ate of TO from a sunstroke The Empress Dowager of China decline to return to Pckln fearing a trap to capture her Four men at work In a harvest fol- t near Brazil Ind wero struck by light killed tThe total coinage of the year wa gold 100065715 silver 135350403 i mlI nor coins 12000013 Rear Admiral Sampson has just re ceived 3330 for service rendered In 1 the battle of Santiago Fifteen thousand employee of the American Steel Hoop Company bar e been ordered to etrlko tDrooJlnlr over the autcldo of a friend cauted George D Shelp to commit tul clde near Versailles Ind The American Federation of Labor will atiets It member for the benefit t of the striking macblnlit Editor Samuel J Robert has bought up all of the stock of the Lexington Leader and le now Its owner The road composing the Plant Sys tern will bo consolidated under out name and one management J Plerpont Morgan II one of 10 roll Honalrc vrboaro crossing the briny deep on their way to New York John Lyon and Howard White two lads wero drowned near Curdsvltle while swimming In Green River W T Grant a prominent tobacco exporter and ono of the beet known of Louisvilles builnc men U dead John Lancaster a Oendernon paper hanger despondent over the death of I hie wife took poison and death result ed In a short time the entire Illinois Central road from Chicago to New Or leans will be equipped with double trade Fiftythousand = ca and 10000 bar VOlt machine were engaged all day Sunday gleaning toe great wheat crop p of Kansas Mn W II Burnett of Dunlop Tenn after becoming the mother of twins and triplet bus glvcn birth to quadruplets It It suited that the governor will asked e to remove all the ofllclal of the Western Asylum Indicted at Hopkins vlllo for gambling f Jessie Morrlton who killed Miss Castle In a fit of Jealousy at Eldorado Kan was found guilty of manslaugh ter In the second degree and given years Tho Jefferson county grand Jury In Its report said It believed that gamb ling was still going dn In Louisville but that the police were doing all In their power to stop it- t Mr Edward Ruthrcn tried to keep her husband from being electrocuted at Columbus 0 by claiming that she herself committed the murder of which he was convicted but he was put to r deathJohn Withers colored was scctenc cd to servo three years In the peniten tiary for killing William L Royce a medical student of Louisville An un expectedly strong defense was develop w ed during the trial The railroad commission refused to exonerate the L N from the penal ties for Its failure to furnish adequate passenger accommodations for the traveling public to and from Chris tlansburg and SGelbyvlllo Robert Maddox and wife of Vcr sallies were arrested In Lexington on tbo charge of kidnaping their 10 ycar old son The complainant Thomas Kane a farmer who contende t that the boy was bound out to him The parents say ho was merely loaned The State authorities of South Caro lina contendthat the collection of ternal revenue taxes from the Statot not authorised by the lows of the Uni ted States and bavo made a demand for a refund of all eueb taxes paid since the dispensary system has been In opera LIonThe Kenton county grand jury In dieted Justus Goebol on tbo charge that ho secured the appointment of Jerry Klrtley as city auditor and re celved 50 a mouth from his salary of 8150 a month as compensation for th appointment Ho Is a brother of th o late Uov William Goebel Is a proml neat and wealthmerchant of Cincin nati but AFIZ wit h his family and In health Ho has been olvlsed by telegraph of the in dictment and It Is believed that he s will return and face the charge as quickly as his health permits f Fotryfour people died from heat In 13 cities of the U S Sunday Nineteen of them were In New l ork After assaulting one of his daughters and attempting to assault another An drew Wlllen of Saginaw Mich took poison and died Supt Caesldy of the Fayetto public schools has resigned to take a position of traveling representative for the American Book concern Mrs Leland Stanlord gave 810000 000 last year for tbo public good and Mrs Bradley was second In amount with 1600000 The total amount given 1by American women In 1900 was 20 000000 Nine men charged with shooting at West Virginia miner from the Ken Lucky side of Tug river were captured In this State Saturday night by a Fed oral posse The prisoners were cur prised In their sleep claimIno to escape from the Frankfort Jail Jailer IUptbo further says another prisoner I was In the plot SHEBY CITY On account of the hot weather the trustees of the public school decided to defer the beginning of our school until Aug Cth The project to build a mill on the Owen lots has fallen through altbo1 Mr George Rocker has purchased the lot for the company The Horse Cave men back of It failed to get the machinery but wo will have a mill yet The State S S Association meets ID Danville Aug 2123 and some of the best State workers will be there There are 14 banner counties this year and Boyle Is ono of thett duo to tho olll cleat work of Prof Nell E H Fox and Miss Nannie Caldwell We were misinformed at to the date of Robert Walker Hunns wedding as ho and hit bride arrived Thursday and were given a hearty welcome at homo Mrs Hunn like all Virginia girls a handsome bright woman of the bru nette type and will make quite an ad dltlon to our social circle here Miss Stella Batzell of Nlnoth An dereon county Is the guest of her aunt Mrs Thomas Douglats Miss Kettle Ann Gilmore of Willow Grove was the guest of Miss Mary Coovert Satur day Mrs Nina Todd nee Carlwrlght ot Albany Is the guest of her cousin Miss Stella Carlwrlght while Mr Todd Is In Oklahoma proVpcctlng Mr Manson Cartwrlgbt Is still compelled to use his crutches on account of a broken ankle which was caused by a horse kick The Boylu County S S Convention convened at Caldwell church Boyle county Friday morning at 1030 with President C M Nell of Hogsoit Academy In the chair An Interesting pro rltboughIwere In the wheat Holds yet tbo ladles made presIEly of Caldwell College W 0 Price Rev H A Sumrell of the Baptist church Rex J C Gilliam of Perry vllle Rev King of Caldwell church and Miss Nannie Caldwell our eplen did secretary The program was In DoraCoulterduet by Mr Ireland and Mrs Robert Caldwell After a most bountiful din ner the committee on nominations of which your correspondent was chair man named the following otllcers for ProfCJohnson secretary and treasurer Miss MrsMaryProf W OGrln stead THE WEST REMEDY FOR STOMACH AND UOWHL TROUBLES I have been In the drug business for twentyjyears and have sold most allof the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cliolnra and Diarrhoea remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W ThisItwo severe cases of cholera morbas In my family aud I have recom mended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satis clueewithout It is kept In my bouse at all times Fur sale by Craig k locker ONE FAKE TO CINCINNATI Low rates via tho Queen C Crescent Routs account Christian Endeavor Conven tion July OihlOth Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlneurson G P A Cincinnati Colorado Excursions Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colora ratesefor particulars W C Rlncarson G P A Cincinnati Fourth ot Low rates via the Queen S Crescent Route from all JulyTicketsgood returning until the 8th Ask ticket agents for particulars IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Gabriel Woodard aged 70 Is dead at was acquitted at Albany for killing Ad Terry- F ank Jones of Livingston has tak en the bankrupt law Adam Butler a Nloholasvlllo Negro bad his toes cut off by a bolt of light ning Otherwise he escaped Injury Tandy Black white and John Wil llama colored broke jail at Corbin by the use of a chisel Henry Barrett was killed In Clay Turqer8Tholate feuds John W Carpenter a young white mm of the Flatwoods section was lodged In jail at Lancaster charged with burglary- E M Jones a prominent citizen of Wayne county died there last week He was a brother in 1aw of I T La nler of Danville David Berry fell from the second floor of the Twaddle building at Corbin and was horribly mangled He lived two and onehalf hours Jifdge Dudley Denton father of Col lector lames Denton died near Somer set last week aged ST He bad been county lodge and county attorney of PulaskiAt special meeting of tbo stock holders of the Mercer Telephone and Telegraph Company It was decided to enlarge their territory of operation by taking In Anderson and Boyle counties Incorporation articles were filed by the Peoples Dank of Paint Lick It hue 10000 capital stock and will begin business at once The incorporator are W B Smith E B Woods and W C Fltk The First State Bank of Junction City has tiled Incorporation articles In the olllce of the secretary of State The capital stock Is fixed at 15000 and the Institution Is to begin business at once The chief Incorporators are C M Ransdall G MJoneeand N L Curry Goy Beckbam granted a pardon to John Lucas of Boyle county an In mate of the penitentiary serving one year on conviction for mjile stealing Lucas was sent up In January last and it was afterward shown that he was not guilty us charged ho having run the mule away as a joke Attorney W O Bell of counsel for Holllo Strutton the condemned Ander son county murderer filed In the exec utive department at Frankfort a peti tion signed by over 700 of the citizens of that county asking that the death sentence be commuted to life imprison ment because of the youth of the pri soner In a fight at the Keg House near Mlddlesboro Walter Fretwell was tabbed several times In the breast and on the arm by Mamie Scnuffbrd colored and Is now in a very dangerous con dition John Renfro while attempting to stop the tight was stabbed by tbb woman X the chest and shoulders and will dto LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Fon SALE Nine twoyearold steers Mattie n Kirby 2t Sows shoats and pigs for sale Mark Hardln Stanford T C McDowell refused 325000 for his good horse Alanadale Charley Herr stepped a quarter In 301 at Lexington the other day Hlbler Bros of Bourbon sold to a Virginia party a carload of 1050 pound heifers al 4c C C VonArsdale formerly of Hut tonvlllc sold a farm of 112 acres on Dry Branch in Mercer for 81032 The Itlth annual exhibition of the Laurel County Fair Association will be held at London Sept 11 12 and 13 L D Hendrlxson of Rlcblev 0 has sold the promising trotter Noddle Connors for 3000 to Dr J T Hord of Mason county Secretary H C Bright has received an order for 100 shares of stock In the New Central Kentucky Fair Associa Lion at par Danville News Two hundred and fifty years ago eight cows and one bull were taken into the territory now comprising the Ar gentina republic Today cattle herds contain 10000000 QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still lies the largest sale of medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandnlothors never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors wero scarce aud they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart etc They used August stollfermolltatlonthe action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of tliE eye tem and that they took when feel- Ing dull and bad with hedaches and other You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you snUsfled there Is nothing serious the matter with you Get Urcons Prize Almanac For sale at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington June 25 to July 5 Low rates Wit llamstown to Junction City good to re turn until July 5th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlnearson 0 PA LANCASTER The new bank at Paint Lick begun business Monday July with IUOOO capital We wish the loctltutloo much success Thetaeetlng at Herrings school house closed Saturday night with 14 placeSuodapresent Misses Kate Arnold and Nettle Park are visiting the formers slater Mrs Mattle Arnold at Paris Miss Chris tine Bradley Is visiting Miss Chenault In Richmond Miss Louise Kauffman a recent graduate of Richmond has accepted the school at Stone Brannon Beazley Is vlslllng In Richmond Miss Horlne of Nlcbolasvllle Is the guest of MU Battle Rublnson Mrs Bettle Rlgsby and Miss Hallye Brown of Pre ebervlle were In town shopping Saturday Mrs Grace Sutton of Dan ville was visiting Mlaa Fannie Austin A H Baatln Is back from Lexington He reports a good time Misses Grace and Maude Miller left last week to visit their grandmother Miss Susie Hilton Is visiting her sister Miss Alberta at J H Batsons Mr Saufley Hughes and Miss Hattie Robinson went over to Dripping Springs Sunday Mrs Pearl Nevius is on the sick list Mrs John Rlffes baby is quite sick Miss Beulab Carson of Stanford is visiting Miss Irene Romans Miss Maude Spain bower who has been very sick Is re ported some better Mice Llllle Grant is quite sick Miss Annie Austin Is rO- ocuperatlnl at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs CB Neylus have gone to housekeeping in the property recent Iv purchased of George D Robinson R II Batson was In Louisville last week Jako Joseph and family spent Sunday at Dripping Springs No Revenue Stamps for These Now Bank checks Bills of landing for export Bond or obligation by guarantee companyCertificates of damage Certificates of deposit Certificates not otherwise specified Charter part- CbeVlnlIlUm Commercial brokers Drafts sight Express recelptl- lIlliuraDceLlfe marine inland tire casualty fidelity and guaranty for custom foe house entry Mortgage or conveyance in trust Order for payment of money oti de mand Perfumery and cosmetics Power of attorney To vote Power of attorney to sell Promissory notes Propletary medicines Protest Telegraph messages Telephone messages United States money orders Warehouse receipts CURE FOR oHOLERA INFANTUM NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL During last may an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cholera in fantuiu The doctors bad given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used ac coding to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered Tha child is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fall Mrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by Craig Hocker SThe L fc N will tell roundtrlp tickets to Detroit Mich at one firstclai fare plus 12 membership fee account National Educational Association July 5 7 good till 12 By depositing tick etc with joint agent at Detroit on orbo fore July 12th and on payment of a fee ot 50 cents at time of deposit an exten sion of final limit will be permitted to September let inclusive ONE FAKE TO DETROIT Tickets will be on sale from all stations via Queen it Crescent Route July 23 25 good to return until Aug 2J account International Convention Brotherhood of St Andrew Ask ticket agent for particulars SUMMER EXCURSIONS TO S DAKOTA AND MINNESOTA Via Queen L Cres cent Route at very low rates Tickets will be on sale July 19 and Sept 10 agentsforA lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For ale by Craig fir Hocker Druggists Low RATES The L N will sell round trip tickets at It fares to any station on Its tines July 2 3 4 good returning July 8 on account of 4th of July United States Senator Kyle of South Dakota is dying r r4i1t4jk e iTIT iT Tt- E v t ojo = =lll i Old Sol 4 itNIs after us again These hot swelter ting days bringjto mind the need of Furnishingsiii lightweighti Clothing andgo l need of these iltokeep cool II tLITPAYS TO TRADE AT I 1M THE GLOBErMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing J satisfiedI1 1 Successor to J L Frohman k Co lPi z = 6= = = COOLER I You can keep much cooler than you now are if vou will let us fit you out with our line of hotweather goods Neglige Shirts Silk Bosom Shirts Shirt Waists Gauze Underwear Low Cut Shoes Straw Hats Soft Ties Serge Coats Flannel Coats TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS Stafford Ferule College+ r1JhI J A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles regularstudy Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session will open Monday September 21 Tuition fees range from f10 to 125 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks noo For catalogue address IB T PINKERTON PrinStanford Xy A C SINECONTRACTOR a BUlLDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work 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 and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate anY rices offered J I4SS UeSS Buy our Tiger linetof Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Harrows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Cultivators r and Tiger Hayl Rakes HIGGINS McKINNK Stanford t y = 4 lc J 1 f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For 1eprctentativt M F NORTH F4rCoarily Judge r r JASi P BAILEY For crJltlCl1J GEOB COOPER Fgr Cot ntyAttornrf- HARVEY ne HELM For Glitrif a M SBAUGHMAN For Atttttor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON A LOUISVILLE jury very promptly H decided that the Courier Jonrnal did not libel Rev John T Stamper and tbe Georgetown preacher will have to reo sort to other means In his effort to ie cure 123000 or any part thereof THe paper published that Stamper bad promised Wharton Golden 5000 leave the State and not testify again Caleb Powers and that be had state under oath at the Powers trial tbatbe bad offered Golden 5000 not to test fy All the charges made by the Cou lerJournal were sustained and now Stamper realizes no doubt that a preacher bad better spend his time trv lag to save sinners than using his ef fortsto get money out of a newspaper which has never wronged him but which on the contrary has helped blm by letting the outside world know tbat there Is such a being us Rev John T Stamper of Georgetown TUB president Is occupying that narrow strip of land between the devil and the deep blue sea It be remove Con mUsIoner of Pensions Evans It will show that be did promise the G A R his head In consideration of Its voter and if be does not the G AR threat ens all sorts of dire consequences Gen Sickles says If he is not ImmedIately the republicans will lose tbe Lremoveds election and be basso Informed Mr McKinley All of which is cumulative evidence that tb d G A R Is out for the stuff and wll sell to any party that will promise it a kev to the treasury to loot at will TniS comes from Indiana where tbey harbor thieves assassins and eons of guns generally The attention of the grand jury at Indianapolis and of thi attorney general has called to serious charges It Is claimed that a conspiracy exists by which sane people are made the subjects of lunacy In quests for the sake of the fees obtained by those In the conspiracy Seven tyfive per cent of the lunacy inquests f k In Indianapolis are said to be held before one magistrate and the witneseei and physicians are said to be nearly always the same rTUEunusual sight of a preacher In his pulpltdreesed In a shirt waist was witnessed In St Louis Sunday when 1Rev James N Crutcher appeared and J preached in one He bad previously advised the men of his congregation t leave their coats at home and the worn en their hate TILE removal of various stamp taxes reduces the revenues of the country about 940000000 for which an over taxed public Is duly thankful Small favors are appreciated but the people would be happier if the reduction had t been doubly as great t b EMMETT Oiin of Owen county has been rewarded for leaving the demo trade party He is to be assistant deputy to his majesty Bolter Steve Sharpe T A Mitchell of Vance burg Is Sharpes chief deputy OLD topers will be distressed to learn that only 25000000 gallons of whisky will be made next year Tills is the amount agreed upon by Independent distillers and tho whisky trust Of this the trust will make half PRESIDENT E R THOMAS bank at New York went broke but that dfd not prevent his marriages the same i week to Miss Linda Lee of Louisville who journeyed to the metropolis to bo come his bride A COMPANY with a capital stOCK of 2000000 has been organized to raise cane in Cuba notwithstanding the United States has spent millions of dol lars trying to stop the raising of Cain by the natives Tim MT VERNON Signal has quit prlntln Talmugea sermons and sub stituted those of Rev A J Pike of Brodbcad A good change A resolution to prohibit newspaper men from accepting railroad passes has been introduced in the Alabama conJ stitutional convention r 1 Q S M v y POLITICAL Senator Scott says Gen Sickles IIld about the promise to remove Commie sloner Evans During the past five months trusts have been organized with an a lre gate capital of 12000000000- Col J W Caperton of Rlchmc has declined to accept the republlcao nomination for representative A lien sible conclusion Judge Cochran the new Federal judge of the Eastern district will re tale in office Clerk Chapman at rank fort and Clerk Fmncll at Covington Gen Dan R Collier exsurveyor of the port of Louisville and adjutant general under Bradley and Taylor bas been made a storekeeper and gauger F Weaver has been postmaster at Nebraska 0 under 11 different administrations His first appointmentII was made temborll 1858IThe Identity of the democratic can dldate for president In 1004 Is not yet known but It Is known that wbocver he is he will not be a democrat noml1 nated by republicans for republican purposes onlyCommoner- ExMayor Joseph L Rhlnoclc a Mc Creary man defeated M L Harbeson for Siate Senator in Kenton county Saturday Mr Earbeeon Is a Cantrllt man Three representatives also favorable to Gov McCreary for U Senator were nominated that day Five thousand citizens of Phllad phla met and inaugurated a revol against Quayism by nominating P F- Rotbermel Jr for district attorney to oppose John Weaver the Quay candl dateO Postmaster General Smith lIent a telegram signifying his unqualified approval of the movement against tbe Quay forces The law dividing Kentucky Into two Federal judicial districts became etTec tire yesterday Court in the Eastern district opened at Covlngton and the ceremonies attending the Installation of the new officer were witnessed I numerous prominent lawyers from every section of the State Jud e Evans administered the oath to Judlle Cochran Letter From Bro Barnes The following to Mrs M E Welch will interest his many friends and ad mlrera here and elsewhere Youra of recent date followed me from Sanlbel It Is too hoi to write at length but Ii will briefly answer your question can cernlng Dr Dowle as Elijah the Restorer Everything turns on whcthe one Is expecting the Lord to come again soon I believe that with all my heart Then if He comes He la bound to have a man to go before Him to announce His coming And that man Is like John the Baptist No 1 called In Scripture Elijah Scripture cannot be broken It Is not a question of whether ve approve everything Dr Dowle does or teaches we are not called on to make a Pope of him but whether looking tbe world over In the full conviction tbat our Jesus is coming hock to reign we know of any man who fills tbe bill as does Dr Dowle on the Ellja pattern I have lust read No 5 of Zion Banner and the remarkable de ense he makes there against his ac iusers and no one can read of his work as therein set forth in an honest unpreJudiced spirit and not acknowl idge that he stands alone as a wltnee or God and against all evil Remember his own message is thus Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven at hand and there can be no repent ance without a clean cut message as to sin or sjns It Is not a sinners repentance or change of mind toward God but confession forsaking of alto every form to be fit for meeting the omlng King All our minor criticisms just or unjust of Dr Dowles methods sink Into heir proper place of insignificance when we keep the main fact In view There lit Is too hot to write more tVe miss the Gulf breezes bere but are very happy in our reunion THIS AND THAT Carnegies new home In New York City will have SO rooms Herberts fruit packing house at Sao Jose Cal with 450 tons of fruit yacht Columbia beat the new cup defender the Constitution in a 30 mile trial spin Joe Walton colored was lynched near Triplett Va on a charge of In idlng a young ladys bed room The people of Christian county wll hold a big meeting at Hopklnsvllle tc celebrate the freeing of county turnpikes John Henry colored killed his wife In Clark county and lied to Winchester and surrendered to escape a mob which vae pursuing him Eleven lads who had sought shelter on a pier at Chicago during a storm vere killed the same bolt of Ihhtn- lng A twelfth boy was fatally injur ed From midnight Sunday till noon yesterday 2i deaths from heat are reported In New York and Brooklyn Twelve died at St Louis seven at Pnlladel phla three at Cincinnati and two at Ittsbnrg In court at Cincinnati Mrs Etta jhatzmann divorce from arvey K Schatzmann sbowed tbat- for 15 days the total cost of food for herself and 5 children amounted to 74 ntsher husband refusing to allow her more provisions He was In the habit 01 buying food locking It in the safe and giving out so much at each meal for his wife and children kl 7Y S Ml T s f LOU1SVILL Great Closing Out Sales nA r r We are still cutting and slashing prices on all goods In order to sell this great stock of merchandise quick the goods are offered at cost and some below cost Why is it 3 that some of our competitors are kicking Can you guess The shoe fits them too Sfi tight It is for any one to compete with our prices I The Great Closing Out Sale To Quit Business KM h Will long be remembered by our customers and friends as such bargains as we are- A now offering never have and never will be offered again Therefore come while this a sale lasts Each day brings us nearer our close and we are gone Stanfords 3 largest and cheapest dry goods store is gone Now you have the opportunity of buy- ingjS good seasonable at very near half price Dont fail to our and v you will easily be convinced that what we say is true These prices will bring people 3 fifty miles to our store There are two times to buy shoes when you need em and when there U a chance to buy at half price such as we are offer ing at our Great doling Out Sale Ladies fine dongola shoes end Oxfords all sizes with kid and patent tip worth from tl to 250 In this great sale 6bc Mens fine shoes lace or Congress well worth 11i5 in this sale OSc We have a big assortment of boys and misses shoes that must be sold cot not considered Defore we received instructions from headquarters to close out we bad received our summer stock of lawns glnghau1 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 8123 Collars 5c T 50 dozen mens 4ply licn collars the latest styles worth 15cin this sale 5c Buttons 25- cGloves IU- cLadies Waists t5cCorsets iIle1Ies have large and complete assortment clothing hats trunks valises carpets and mattings 2d floor Dont fail to attend the greatest slaughter sale knowniy Salinger Bros Props i 1 rI MATRIMONIAL- Miss Louisa Stead of Brooklyn has gone to Liberia 0000 mlle to marry Rev D E Carson Owen Moffetl and Miss Nannie Mt Lear of Shelby county drove 65 mile In the hot sun to New Albany Ind to marryAt the parents of Miss Ivy Conway to prevent her marrying Ed tor Richard McGregor of the Chronicle put her on the train tn route to Texas but her boarde the same and the couple are expected to pet married at Memphis CHURCH MATTERS Rev Wm of Pulaski preached at the Methodist church Sun day Rev Deana Christian Alliance Evangelist Is conducting an interesting at McKinney Elder Joseph Ballou preached at Parksville and at Syc amore Schoolhouse Casey county Sunday night What most people want is somtthln mild and entle when In need of a phys- Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Fo tale by Craig A Hooker Druggists No airs REPORT OF TILE OK TilE Lincoln County National sank OK STANFORD KY At the clove of business June 29 1001 RESOCflCCS Loans and Discounts S16151S 20 Overdraft 1140068- U S 1I0nd 50000 Ot Other Ronds 090000 Duo from flanks nSI3 60 House 4000 00 levenueStampsu3700 Five per cent Fund = 500 Cash s1l3ar Sdt 70u + 5 UADILITICS lapltal Stock 8 50080 00 48600 00 IndIvIdual DeporttsS1110 78 Due to Banks 121354 und to lay Taxes out eo PremIum Account 2141 iurplu Fund 2071 13 S348703 8- 1iet earnings six months undlng June 1001 701074 DIsTIUUUTE- Iilvldeml No 6 i per qentJ3000 00 l 50615 axesS0iDad debt charged off 565 78 Surplus fund t5u1 13 Total f010 74 JOIN n OWSLEY CASHIER 1 Pearl 5c 22 gross pearl button nil sites real value lOc in this great salo 5c dozen Pants 25c Mens linen and cottonade pants the kind you par M for In other stores in this great tale 69c 800 pairs ladies kid gloves In all shades and size worth fl50 and 2 in this great sae 69c Gilt Belts dozen tallies gilt belts worth 25c In this sale Shirt 49 cents I Ladles fine shirt waists made of French lawns and best Sea island pore cafes nicely trimmed II In lliii great sale only JOc We a of ion ever Princeton lover train Davidson morning meeting Sunday morning CONDITION CIrculation lOc worth THE LOUISVILLE STORE STANFORD ijfedfeyM fe Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoXinney X Slake and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Slilpstuff llran Chick au Feed Ac Irlcci very remonablc Car tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller 1IKIHIIIT 01 CON1UT10N OK The Commercial Bank LIBERTY KY At close of business June 25 1001 UKSOUKCES Loans and Illscounts13S488 00 Overdrafts WIT 0 Due from Banks 140700 Banking House and Lot 22V 00 Furniture and Fixtures 7W 00 Checks and other cash Items 2109 61 Cash 8074 31 U S Revenue Stamps 10i TotalS7i15LIAIIIUTIKS Capital Stock120Ooo 00 Surplus Fund C24l SI Individual deposits subject to check 01973 7 4 Total tS7tia 61 Earnings last pix months 12310 02 DISIOSKO op AS rorixws Current Ex paid IUS2 41 Dividend No 10 4 per cent 800 00 Reduced banking house and lot 2V 00 Reduced furniture and fixtures IrA 00 Added to surplus 130 ftj Total 2310 02 oA IKKWITT OANIIIKH JIKlOUT OI CONDITION 01- The National Bank of Hustonvilie At close of business Juno 29 01 RKSqURCRS iscount and time J120SOO Overdrafts 019 fil- U S Bonds to seeuro ell dilation 12WX 00 Banking houso k furniture 2 51O 00 U S Revenue Stamps 10 fi Due from U S Trwpsuror 021 00 Cash and cnsh items 13t j11- Duo frOth flanks 29520 2 Total SISOiW Gu Capital Stock8ro000 00 Surplus Fund 2T 000 00 Xut Notes outstanding 12000 00 Imllvlded Profits 2324 III individual Deposit 00011 51 Total y81SO23i 5 IROKIT AND lOSS balance Dec 31 10008 230 r Iross earnings lust 0 mos 4227 31 8 05J2 SO DISPOSED 0V AS TOLLOWS urnlturo and Fixture ap count reduced 8 ISO fi2 xpenses and Tuxes 1670 31 percent 200000 Valance undivided 2124 06 8 0592 80 1 Mens Undershirts 15 cents Men s fancy shirts with two collar worth f in this great sale 4bc 23cr Gauss vests worth lOc at 3s Amfkcs and Lancaster cinghamscworth 6y and To go at Se KYlio McKinney SUMMER CLOTHINGI See our Light Weight Clothing Light Trous ers Low Cut Shoes Light Underwear Straw Hats Negligee Shirts and Neckwear Youtt t s Nicely and Comfortably in hot weather Sea sonable Goods for Summer Time High est Qualities Lowest Prices Ladies Shoes a Specialty Cummins MeClary w Here We Are Again SCRIP i Our btglolJUly Furniture Carpets R WallPaper Rugs Mattinjs Shades lecture Frames Sewing Machines Or gans etc is up to ditto Ho offer special Inducements Jn the way of couponwhich youdraw IromwhltolOwcashand show you people what bargains we have in storo for you W W Withers StaDrar ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky JUIA 2 1001 t Tuv the Judge Tart cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work Is unuirpais IenoyeDrug PERSONALS Mns ANNIE LASLEY wont to Louis vllle Friday JUDQUJ W A LOOKS hat been sick f it fMiss Is up from Lou Isvlllo for the summer k111ss SALLIB WORLKY has returned from college at Midway MRS JOHN DRIUHT JR visited her parents In Oarrard last week T M PENNINOTON JR is ntudylng dentlstry under Dr It A Jones MRS J H TUCKER visited the fam- Ily of W It Dllllon at Livingston Miss MARY GAnNETT of Cave City Is with her slater Mrs Joo S Rico FRKl KlSSLINO of LouUvlllo II- wltb his sister Mrs J B Camonlsch MISSES ALVIRA AND SUSAN VAN ARSOALE are visiting friends at Crab OrchardMiss DESSIE BASTIN who has been visiting relative at Plttsburg returned Saturday MISSES MARY BURNSIDB and Jennlo Wallace of Garrard are guests of Miss Minnie Woods Mil JAKE Gissnuiio started to New York again Sunday to see the sights as t well as to buy goods MRS J E LYNN and Miss Jennie Lynn are visiting Mrs J E Clauncb In Somerset who Is til- MR R II LOOAN of Knoxvlllc Is with his parents Dr and Mrs P W Logan In the West End O ENOLEMAN of Stanford wu talking horse to Capt n M London Democrat tH KATHERINE BAUUHMAN of Is the guest of Miss Kath Baughman of Stanford ltS T S STEWART of Lexington who has been visiting Mrs U S Traylor returned homo Friday GUY HUNDLEY of Doyle received from 4 to 0 Friday afternoon In honor rofhis guest Master Frank McNeil QUit pretty Klngsvlllo correspon dent Miss Elisabeth Crclghton Is via t Ring Mrs J W liaised at Burnsldo MISSES BESSIE AND LUCILE MBNB FAn have returned from Cedar Springs B C where they have been teaching Miss ANNIE EVANS BHIUHT who 1 has been sick with fever for several week has Almost recovertdDanvlllo Kiw Miss ELLA BROOKS of Kubanktwlll teach a school at Holdam near Crab i Orchard beginning July 8 Somerset Journal M89 LVcY ALCORN who has been teaching In New York City will re v turn to her home in Huelonvlllo In a t few days MISSES ELLA MAY MARY AND Su Sin SAIINDERS are attending a house party at Livingston given by Mrs W R Dllllon Mss LECTA ALEXANDER who has been visiting her grandparents left for herhomo at Shatter accompanied by MII Mattlo Lovell of BauHcy f REV A J Pun was chosen commit tc teeman for this district at the Good Roads Convention at Loulsvlllo lost week It was an honor justly bestowed MR A C CONNETT the clever gen tleman who has bad charge of the bot ding department of W II Traylor S distillery left for Cincinnati Friday to remain several months SIlmuvF S M OWENS tolls us that the prettiest kind of little girl arrived at hie homo at 11 oclock Sunday Its mother Mrs M H Collins is doing as well ai could be expected MR JAMES Fmc of Hustonvllle has been dubbed Rockefeller since hla advent Into the oil seekers gang U looks like he Is going to got rich on his Ir oil leases and wo hope ho will REV GEOROEO BARNES writes as follows We reached Washington City all of us on tho 2Ist All well A happy meeting with Mario after IS months reparation Ills address ls 1711 Q St N W MR KINDRICIC ALCORN did not win r In the oratorical contest at the Lexing ton Chautauqua but many of tbosd who t heard him think ho ought to have got ten first honors Georgetown Colleges representative won MR AND MRS S bL LOQAN took ad vantage of the presence of Mr Logans lather Rov Dr J V Logan of Rich mond and had their baby baptized s f Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church Mlddlesboro Nows ITilE Ada I T Star says that W formerly of McKlnnoy had a narrow escape from drowning whlloawlramlng In a tank near there Ho and a friend were both taken with cramps and were going down the sec s Ono time when help reached them It t f wan a close call the paper says WILLIAM P DARST who spent 18 month In the Phlllpplnceas a member of Co M 40th Regiment arrived homo Saturday night looking not much the worse from his experience as a soldier He was In several bloody engagements but escaped unhurt The most pain ful wounds I received were from mos t qultoSi lie remarked t REV J W CARTER of Gratz Is visiting the Misses Deck MR A A MCKINNEY has recovered from a short Illness Advocate Miss FLORENCE TANNER of McKln noy is with Miss Nancy Vandeveor Miss ANNIE L GRAVES of Charles too Tone Is the guest of Mrs Jas U Ycager yesterdaywife near Nashville MRS L M Bltuci and son Morris went up to Hustonvllle this morning to visit Mrs U C Baugbman Miss STKLBA MCCLARY will enter tain her classmates and the Tennis Club at her homo Friday evening MR S V ROWLAND and Mrs Mag gio White and children of Danville were hero yesterday en route to Rich mood MR A T TRAYLOR wife and visi tore Misses Lena Palmer and Amos Willis spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs MR W P WALTON of the liar rodsburg Democrat spent several days with his family at Crab Orchard Springs TiiBC W B M of the Christian church will meet In the lecture room of that church Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock ATTORNEY GENERAL R J BRECK INlUl and Mr and Mrs Morrison Brccklnrldgc of Frankfort are at Crab Orchard Springs LITTLE Miss MARY MCROHERTS will give a house party to the following young ladles MUses Elizabeth Haw kin of Corbin Josephine Hayden of Winchester and Helen Harthlll of Louisville Thursday night she will give a hay rIde to about 25 of her friends LOCALSI lIDO FINISH at Craig Rocker HUSTONVILLEFAIR July31three days Go to Craig k efor perfect fitting spectacles Go to John P Jones for anything In Buttcrlck Patterns LIVHRY stable In nford for rent Mr M C Burnsldo s AT COST Summer hats Mrs Kir by and Miss VanDovctir It- Low prices on Quconswaro and Glasaworo John lirlght Jr tc Co OUR lines of Quccnswaro and China cbcap1Georle LAWNS Dimities Piques Oxford Suitings and Ducks out on our bargain table this week Your pick at lOo a yard John P Jones AliOlT 160 people mostly colored took advantage of tho tlftO excursion to Loulsvlllo Sunday It Inft hereabout 7 A M and returned at midnight A FKW changes tothe footings of the State taxes brings the total to 82708 401 87 Lincoln countys amount Is I2lttt 77 Instead of 82403100 as at first reported A GENTLEMAN who came from Hun tonvllle yesterday counted 21 binders at work The wheat around Huston vlllo be says Is far better than that near Stanfor- dSALSRev R U Mahony sold to Mr M D Klmbro Saturday the build log occupied by Craig Rocker for 2000 Mr Mahony paid 1000 for It several years ago PtHLic SALl will toll at public auction Saturday July 20th my entire household and kitchen furniture etc on Lancaster street Terms made known on day of sale Joe Glnsburg SIQLJroNLena Singleton the six yearold daughter of Mr W J Singleton of Moroland died there Saturday of flux and was burled at Eu bank Sunday Sbo was an unusually bright little girl BADLY HURT Samuel Bishop of the Turnersvlllo section was badly hurt Saturday whilo running a binder The horses became frightened and ran away upsetting tho binder and throw Ing him with much force to tbo ground LIla right anklo was broken and bo re ceived a severe gash la the side While his Injuries are severe and will keep him housed for a long time wo arc glad to stato that they are not fatal A GOOD crowd U at Crab Orchard Springs aniV Manager J B Willis Is feeding well and leaving nothing undone that would add to his guests pleasure Somo 75 or 100 are booked for this week and this delightful sum mer resort will soon look like U did in years gone by when tile wealth and ar istocracy of the South gathered there each summer The music la a delight ful feature of tho Springs this year and those who love to trip the light fonlaa tic can do so to their hearts content Regular hops are hold each Friday eve ning but tbo ball room la a scone of pleasure six nights out of seven Among tho guests present wellknown In Stanford are Mrs W P Walton and children Mr and Mrs James H Baughman Stanford Judgo Lee and eon and Mr and Mrs O C Fox Danville Mr B L Banks and bride Richmond Mr G R Jeter Middle burg and others I z THE best on earth Is a Hanan Shoe John P Jones HATS and flower at cost for next 10 days Misses Straub NEW line of Ranges and Cook Stoves John Bright Jr k Co PLENTY bandmade harness of the latest pattern on hand J C McClary TilE L N will sell roundtrip tickets to Cincinnati next Sunday at b ICE Cream Freezers at very low prices to close out stock George H Farris k Co REMEMHER that erms are cash Loa cash prices on feed of all kinds J H Boughman St Co THE Booth Privileges of the HUB tonvllle Fair will be sold at auction at Hustonvllle at 3 oclock Saturday alter noon July 0 T C BALL who has his store room on Depot street nicely fixed up will go to Loulsvlllo today to buy goods to put In It MISSES ADAMS of Hustonvllle will sell their millinery stock on reasonable terms Good stand Contemplate mov lag causes them to sell Write or call Tin tax books are ready now and you are requested to call and settle This II my last year In office and I must get all taxes in S 1L Owens sheriff LOST between Moreland and Miss Molllo Harmons via Huslonvllle a tight blue chambra runIc embroidered In white and six widths wide Leave at this office THE momentous question now isbow are you going to spend the glorious 4thV If this hot weather continues most of us In Stanford will spend the day perspiring HUSTONVILLE Onoofthose flat nel suits A J Adams Is turning out the only thing to wear and keep cool and look neatly dressed at the fairs Give him your order at once FOLLOWING Is the result of the last examinations for teachers White eight first seven second three third and four failures Colored three first three second and three failures WATERMELONS George II Farris c Co bad watermelons on tale Satur day the Bret of the season They were raised In the South and were too high for newspaper people to think about Tile anoual settling time la upon us If you have an accountagalnst this olllco bring It In and we will cheerfully pay It If you owe us come up and we will equally as cheerfully give you a receipt THE erclannual statements of Lin cola countys three banks and the Commercial Bank of Liberty appear In this paper Look over them carefully and see If they are not four pretty sub slunllal Institutions Tilt thermometer In this office reg istered 100 yesterday and It hung In about the coolest place In our sanctum If the paper is not up to its standar- this morning charge It up to Old SolI whb Is doing double duty this summer Till catalogue a of l t0 Hustonvllle fair will be out in about a week It chuck full of liberal premiums a Ile of which will appear In our next The fair to be held July 31three days promises to be the greatest one yet Of couree you are going MR J B McKiNNEY proprietor of the McKinney Roller Mills has made extensive Improvements in his mlllaod Ills now one of the beet arranged small mills In the country He believes in using the best only and the machinery be has recently put in is of the finest and most approved kind WAYNESUURG MACCAIJEE PICNIC Notwithstanding the thermometer played around the 100 mark all day Saturday fully 1500 people attended the picnic given by Waynesburg Mac cabeo Tent No 55 and enjoyed the day to the fullest extent The grounds selected were shady and pretty there was an abundance of good things eat lots of good looking women were on hand and the best of order was pre served Itwas a big day In the South ern end of Lincoln and a good adver tisement It will prove for tho excellent order of Maccabees Speeches were made by a half dozen gentlemen Includ ing Revs W R Davidson and T M Smith and Henderson P Young while recitations by several young ladles wore enjoyed Numerous outdoor sports wore engaged In by those fond of athletic and the old and pleasing game of courting was played over and over The Crab Orchard hand un dot charge of Prof RIgga dispensed sweetest of music and good singing was a feature of the occasion The din goodfacted- The In boothmen sold two big glasses of lemonade for 5c and other things as cheap We fear the Maccabdea did not much money but they sue ceeded admirably In making all present have a good time The and Its members uro to becdnlrratulBted on the success of the day Wo are under obligations to numerous gentlemen for courtesies and to Mr E B Caldwell Jr for good things said in behalf of the cheapest and the best r tt Miss STELLA McqLARY will begin her school ay White Oak Monday next July 8 gentsDressJones sectloneIcounty be open ed today There are 05 bids in all bills must Invariably be paid the 0first of each month I will make no exceptions to this rule J W Per rln TimE Southern Military Band of Crab Orchard Springs with a capital stock of 300 has tiled articles of In corporation i ON and after July 1 willsell meats strlcjlytfor cash and this means I will credit nobody No favors shown O P Huffman Tim severe wind of yesterday blew down a big shade tree In Judge M C Saufleys yard and several trees on tho farms of Messrs S J Embry and E P Woods FARMING T8will sell at public auction county day July 8tb a new mower two good rakes cutting box cider press plows and other farm- Ing Implements Mrs Martha J Van deveer 2t TILE jury In the case of Nancy Hun nelley and Phoebe King mother and daughter for the murder of Epsey Seller in Pulaskl felled to agree end a telephone message from Somerset this morning says that the case will go ovtr till next court MORRIS FRED t hasclosed his ex change at Crab Orchard for the good reason that he was losing money Tbe Cincinnati Bargain Store near the depot there will handle his flour and meal Mr Fred is thankful for the patronage bo has received YOUR attention Is called to the ad vertisement of Stanford Female College Elder B J Pinkerton principal An efficient corps of teachers will be In the faculty which will be announced later and nothing will be left undone to make the college the best In this section NOTHING of Importance has been done In the circuit court since our last report and It la probable that a final adjournment will be made today or tomorrow Col W G Welch who counsel In several cases set for this week Is not well enough to attend to them and they will likely be continued Judge Sautley decided In favor of the graded school but the attorneys for thoip who oppose the tax tell us they will take the case to a higher court The grand jury finally adjourned yesterday afternoon after returning 51 Indictments most of them for the Hie gal sale of whisky InFrldayitgood news to our West End friends Uustonvillo will not suffer the curtailment of Its name The rumor tbat the poitofllce department proposed abbre vlatlng the name to the plebeian term Hu ton aroused the wrath of the HustonvlllelteB and remonstrances and untildoral resembled applications for tree tickets to a circus The matter bow CommlssloocrYerkcsvigorous appeal bad been made to the forted sacred conference with the head returoedIannounc ed triumphantly tbat the deed had been done and tbat Hustonvlllo would remain Hustonvllle In so far as the post office department Is concerned GOOD BUGGY FOR SALE son who went to Illinois left with me- a plendld top buggy altno t new to sell which can be seen at my resIdence If not sold privately I will sell It at auction In dayJ2188 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD At the close of Dullness June 20 1901 nxsClDnCES Loans and Discounts 127031 07 Stocks and 1240325 Other Real Estates 5201 02 X155257 u Overdraft 7231 65 U S Hands 31000 00 Premium U Sllonds 3100 00 Hanking houi o and UxtJioi 800000 Dun from Hanks 8414 M ODIlueCash i 1221 00 fsusso f UAU1LIT1M Capital Stock iOMO 00 Surplus Fund 18000 00 Undivided Profits 260 So Circulation 31000 00 Individual Deposits 183703 I2JO Certificates of De Malt 00 Iund to Pay Taxes 15 00 00StockSSJlSSfl 32 PHOriT AND LOSS ACCODNTv Earnings this 0 mos UOiS 07 Other undivided pro HU 0077 40 Total 14025 50 DUI SED Ol AS FOLLOWS Dividend 3 percent 9 1500 00 Expenses paid tS2 Taxci paid Kb 7ll Furniture k fixtures 300 00 Banking Ilouie and other Heat Estate 141425 Charged off bad debts 446042 LeavIng undivided profits 1260 50 14025 61 JOHN J McnOBKIlTS CASHIER STAPLE AND FANCY dROERIES L v Hardware Stoves and Tinware Woodenware Glassware Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers COOLERS 1 Call and see our stock at Opera House Corner John Bright Jr Co School Shoes Wo have just opened a line of School Shoes I For Boys Girls Made of goot weight material but soft soft stylishand comfortable and for wearing qual ities they cant be beat If you want a low price shoe with all the appearance and service of high grade goods Dont fail to examine this line before you buy JOIN P JONES Stanford tmTcM 1 Of Dry Goods is too great task if the price is II right We are putting the right price on allrSummer goods and Remnants Bargains 1 In all departmentsDry Goods Notions and l Shoes Look on the Remnant Counter for lengths at short prices Bargain at SOc and 75c See our lino 811pii IshortOf Fancy Hose m I itiesI to keep our stock fresh with new goods All little things in stock now such as Fans Col I lars Ties Gloves Velvet Ribbons Laces etc New line pf trunks just in OnBIG r B UGGIES UGGIES I UGGIBS I The Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Kentucky We Have Now in Stock 150 vehicles Ranging In Price From 25oo To 50000 iOurfor 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 We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Bruce S Bright Danville 1t New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl Anti you hove a Nicer New Stock to select from Your patronage will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsce us r WIw SAUNDERS t CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street r THE INTERIORJOURNAL asrecondClatt matter gbllah aTu a3opwdSzidc- Hi 81 PER YEAR CASH j When not lapitdSJZOO will btcharged EFtDILLEHAYDANVILLE KY L Manufacturer of BRICKILAnd Dealer In 1Lime Cement o o Write For Trice A 8 PRICE II trfeon Dentist Stanford Ky 11 Offlstow UeRobtrU UuUdiOf Drug SloneIn the Oiriley Ii R A JONES IIDENTIST Office ovcrHiggins McKinneys Ston Telephone No 43 PR UITTBROS MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery tie C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYSX- JNDERTAEEBS Se DZALKU FurnitureMattingsRujsAnd Theywill Exchange Furniture for all of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J l1+ cG1J Y t UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLEBY ScC Stanford Ky THE II Queen Crescent 1st to 1st p rates and train will be later Tho Ian tho lUon since tho Fall I I Only M from J f Free t o w aaa8r annna fI and I IInnd PanAmerican Exposition BUFFALOM- ay Nov 1901 Excursion special service announced American greatest American Expos architecture wonderful Worlds ImposlnI feature dazzling Midway flr NIAGARA I FALLS minutes Expo1tlonj Grounds ReclnlnChmls 1Inruly1WoCt1t hre NOTICE The public Is hereby notified m land Is mud that I will not permit hunting fiMiln z or other trespassing on It nKIOHT IEKKUU aynes urK NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Deering Harvester Extras mud Fixtures but keep Uone but the genuine Unless the name fleetingppeara on them you mn know thev Ira not DS OAItlENTEK Hustonvlllc Lilian tall MD 1111 Madison Ave Covlngton Ky former lyof Cincinnati Ohio practice limited to diseases of the Eye nt the House Stanford- ThursdayJuly 18 1901 One day returning every month Refer enrcs DM Cook ODannon and Held and others of Lancaster O GLASSES ADJUSTED J H WARD COI N r Livery Feed And Sale Stable liruce011tndDepot 81 Stanford New and stylish Turnouts Rate reasonable Special attention to trarellng sslesmen Hones bought and sold on roumltslon feels H 20c Hitches tOe No bitches on public dars- Oool attention glen all stock len at our stable hone e- 6FOX Si LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on band and fpr sale at all times W Logan Wood 1IIana erIPainting Repairing andI am prepared to paint repair your bn carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H GREEK Stanford Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPKINOS KY Is now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the grounllsprtsCt1t a plossant ap peardnce Quests be given rilllng attention Rates Adults S5 per week dren under IS years of age 250 horses 3350 per week For further informal or apply to- FARM W SI FOR SALE OR RENT Having determined to go to Oklahoma I will sell or rent my farm of 65 acres 3F miles from Husionvllle near Hustonvllle nnd Dradrordsv1lle pike nice dwelling good outbuildings including 3 barns well watered land In good state of cultivation and fences In 50 acres good timbered andIoesesson Nov 15 E P OAltlENTER Hnstonvllie DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford July 24 andS only Eyes examined nnd glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours o a m to 5 pm Farmers Roller MillsI STAOSD ST MORRIS FRED PROPRIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I win at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moat Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you th very best results forget me but bear iu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs Slavinfc PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danville Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays IVlll be Iq Stanford Tuevlays Thursday and Saturday OlSce In the Itnnln toa HuIldlnglSUnforJ lice houn to 12 u1 to r OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KtrtsTllle Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Its reo no rubbin- gaomrglcaloperatlouaniclatm lag luper- nl ural Osteopathy views nun ai a machine of so many parts Its II adjustment When all parts lIe properly adjusted and not overworked health Is the result Some of thn diseases treated by ui Kerrous Proftratlon Headaches Ilbeuuistliui GoitrehartPiles Hall Stones Enlarged Proitiate all Stow ich and Inteitlnal trouble Diseases of Bones sod JinU8plnaICulurelIIIIOCltloDlStlIfJolnll1nlliJi a a free f INE SHELBY COUNTY ARM FOR SALE Having decided to go to Oklahoma I will sell at Private sale my flne daisy farm of 150 ncr s one mile north of Clarke Southern Rr and 1H miles south of Long Run L N nnd opening on good pikes This rnoUrIntobacco corn wheat or other crops IMPROVEMENTS There la n One two story commodious sevenroom house In excellent repair with large dairy barn Just granarybuggyA vineyard and nice young orchard The finest spring in the county Is right bv the house and supplies nil water to dairy and stable is a beautiful for all uses Only IB miles from Louisville and purchaser Colemans Collections liOOLLUi June l5By ono chance out of a hundred I am enabled to scribble the 1J from Honolulu the beautiful capital of the faaled but now defunct Hawaiian Republic I wrote the I J a correspondence letter from Nagasaki Japan on May 25th and suppose came has reached you before now We sailed from Nagasaki on the morning of May 20th for Sail Francisco We took tho most Northerly course Passed the inlet to tho Sauaw sea on which the City of Yokohama is situat ed on the 23th when we turned a more Easterly course One can Imagine how tar North we got when I say Na gasaki IB 1350 miles North of Manila and Vokabaroa Is 750 miles North of Nagasaki We got over 2000 miles North of the Philippines and having gotten thoroughly acclimated In the Tropics our blood was naturally very thin hence the cold weather sudden change went very hard with us Two days out cf Nagasaki we en countered a heavy storm which the old Buford bravely battled for 10 days The Japanese coal Is not the best In the world and the Uufordj supply was being so fastly diminished that It was soon seen that It was either change our course put Into Honolulu for coal or founder The storm raged In all Its fury for 10 days the sun never showed Itself during all this time that eeemed almost a year to us soldiers who were penned and nailed up like sheep All the hatches were nailed down The waves came over the hurricane deck for six days and such a heavy gala was blowing that would have swept one off the deck By the merest accident we ran across the U S A T Pennsylva nia on the evening of the 7th In Lati tude 46 deg 15 eeo North and Longi tude 177 deg East The angry waves were tossing the Pennsylvania like so many feathers After the customary signals ialutei etc the Pennsylva nia crossed the bow of the Buford and came up to within speaking die tance on the port side Where arc you going asked the captain of the Buford of the captain of the P I am going homo retorted the cap tain of the Pennsylvania I am going to Honolulu for coal Report me said the gallant old Capt Merth ens of the Buford ItWe bad then been on our Honolulu route 24 hours Had we had good weather would have made San Francisco today We went aboard tho Buford one month oeo today and will have traveled about 8 000 miles from Manila whea wo get to San Francisco or about 22000 miles porn New York The zigzag route we made from Nagasaki to Honolulu Is something like 4400 miles while San Francisco lies 2030 miles to the North last of Honolulu- I am glad to be once more In the Tropics as it is like being at home The arctic regions came very near do log me up We got almost as far up at Siberia and the Alleutlan Islands For toe to jump from the heart of the Tropics to the arctic regions Is no pleasant sensation by any means It spit snow on the first of June We crossed the ISOth Meridian known as the International date line on the afternoon of June Oth Coneeqjently the following day was also June Gth In other words I have lived tyrO Thursday Juno Gtha June will have HI days four consecutive months viz May rune July and August with 31 days or 3GO days in the year 1001 While In reality we lived this day or gained this day In making the circuit of the globe and will never write June Slut yet we did actually have two days of the 6th Two days that we called Thursday Juno 6th or ono day of 48 hours Some of the I J readers might think this over and reason it out They are suro to get puzzled as the boys aboard the ship did Had we called he next day after crossing the ISOth Meridian Friday June 7ih and had say arrived in San Francisco on Saturday Juno 15tb It would hard in reality been Friday June 14th or In other words we would have been Just 24 hours ahead of time One gains 24 hours circling tho globe traveling East and loses 24 hours making the circuit In a Westerly dI- rectIon Wo have been living very rotten ever since coming aboard the Buford but thank God It will soon come to an end The grub dished out to us Is of the very worst and of time a nauseating We expect to be In San Francisco In nine or 10 more days and then a week M the longest to wind up our military career We are very anx ious to beat the 43rd and 47th Infan tries into Manila If we do we will have the honor of belngtho first regi ment to carry the stars and stripes around the worldnot only that but the first military organization of any na- tIon to encircle the globe There would have been no doubt but what we would have gotten the honors had we not en countered the Northern storms As It is wo naturally fear wo or both of the rival regiments will beat us In We tied up to the Honolulu docks at 6 P M last evening Sighted the Ha- TUan archlpcllRO early yesterday monlng being the Oral land In IS days during this long time nothing visi ble but cloud and water as but very little skywas seen from Japan to Ha wall We coasted along near the coast of Nippon on the 23th of May Nippon is the largest of the Japanese group Yokohama and Toklo are on this lee landHonolulu Is the prettiest tropical city I have ever seen aid I have seen tho greater part of It today Visited the palace and many other points of interest If her health permits ex Queen Lll will visit the PanAmerican Exposition at BuiTalo In July Today while I was at the palace now the exe cutive building the Territorial Legis Iatt re was sitting Gov Dole Is governor of Hawaii Before a lnexatlon- he was president nt the Hawaiian Re public having succeeded Queen LII after her dethronement in the early nineties All readers are too familiar with those exciting days In which the dusky queen and Grover Cleveland then president figured prominently The Hawaiians are pros poring under American annexation and seem proud of the fact that they are under the protecting folds of the stars and stripes Nearly all natives speak English and Honolulu and tbo territory at large boast of good American schools In which nothing but English u taught Honolulu is situated on the Island of Oahu which is only 600 square miles Hawaii thy largest of the group has an area of less than 5000 square miles Molekal has an area or 230 square miles The leper settlement Is on this Island Molekal Toe principal prod uct of the Territory 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