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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I II VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 5 1901 9 A M NO 37IINEWS NOTES 11 Otbo Morgan a young man was kill cd by lightning In Nicholas county Two were killed and many injured In a lodging houee Oro at Unite Mont Three members of a St Louts fishing party were klllqd by lightning near I there u loa Wallace Hopper the aotreiS was left a fortune of 206000 by bet motherSamuel Sherwood of Metamora ladwas killed by a train on his wed n ding eve TheLIt Porter clue at Bowline Green were continued until the Octo ber term Indianapolis street railway cmploycs have started a movement for uniform blrtwaliti Leonard Berkley a river engineer t committed lulcldo at Aibland by jump lag Into the Ohio river- S The Metropolitan Coal Company th lr tablet and horses In Boston were burn ed causing a lose of 1200000 Capt C C Calboun bal been np- pointed receiver for the Contra Fire Insurance Company of Lexington Tbo Rev W O Brooke of Rear noy Nebraska known ni the Cowboy Preacher committed lulcldo hit finger cauecd blood poleoningterand the death of A G Sex tbn of College Hill Fayetto county The homestead the wellknown ho- telr at the Virginia Hot Spring In Bath county was totally destroyed b Oro The assistant to the receiving teller of a Philadelphia trust company dlsap epearedwith laOOOof the Institutions money Uarcford V Lawson wholesale deal 9 ore In millinery In Loulivllle made an alignment Liabilities 53000 as i sets 120000 Eight deaths resulting from the extreme heat occurred at Ilopklnsvlllc ilx of the victims being prominent white people y Lawrence aged two year son of A 1E Downard of Marsbflold 0 was by a peanut kernel lodging 10I the windpipe Robert White a Negro was lynched by u mob near Tallahassee AU lie and his brother bad been accused cf 1firing at u farmer ItFiro which practically wiped out the town of Williams Arizona caused BI lots of 1000000 Flro at Globe Aria caused 30000 lost l The tire at Huntington W Va which started In the Adelphl Hotel destroyed that and other buildings causing a lout of 1200000 Judge Turner of Mt Sterling in a decision against toe International In igvestment Company decided that the J contract of the company Is invalid 1Pullmao Palace Car Company ofll deny that an American syndicate hoe gobbled up the International SleopI lag Car Company from the Belgian owners flFduoard Nliot who committed sot tide under curious circumstances InI Paris France left a legacy of 190000 to support children whose parents com mit suicide A Denver judo decided that liquor may bo told In restaurants on Sunday and saloonkeepers may sell liquor to women In wine rooms connected with their saloons William E Douglass assistant re 19cetvlag teller of the Guarantee Trust Deposit Company at Philadel phia has disappeared leaving a short ago of 12000 t Mr J U Wilson of Rot Springs Ark on learning that her husband was drinking and carousing committed suicide Her husband found her dead and also took bis life The report of the State prison com mission states that both the Frankfort and Eddyvlllo penitentiaries are not only eelfiustalnlUg but show a good balacco In favor of the State treasury Four members of the Lexington general council were arrested to f a quorum and Charles H Voorhels was elected back tax collector The arrested members refused to answer to t their names or to vote Thomas J Dlgstatl of Mt Sterling has med suit against Judge E C ORear of the appellate court for 811 II 000 which he claims as a balance duo if from tbo unsettled law partnership of r R Dlgstall A ORear which existed since 1883 until u few years ago thaIt pJrpoeof8 Judge M J Durham controller of the currency under Clevelands first f administration was dispensed with a cashier of the Central Bank at Lex ington The directors decided on thla move for the purpose of cutting down expenses Judge Durham has bee connected with the bank since its foundation 11 years ago The oftlce of cashier has been abolished t Joe Perry and his horse were killed by lightning at Mlddlcsboro The directors of tbo 7tb National thank of New York have raised 5000 000 and will have the cash on hand next Tuesday to pay all depositors In lull Albert L Johnson tbo New York street railroad promoter Is dead He was a native kentuckian and a brother of Mayor Tom L Johnson of Clove land The British government Is shipping thousands of American horses and mules to South Africa Four transports reached New Orleans thewee to load with the animals and four oth ore are due- During the recent trial of a number of Filipinos charged with murder another d crime It was discovered that a native named Xamudlo had formed a plot by means of which he accomplish ed the murder of 11 defenseless women and children Strikers attacked the Smuggler Union mine at Telluride Col Two men wero killed and 17 were Injured The strikers took possession of the mno and ran the workmen off Tho sheriff has asked tho governor for troops which are being held In read pees LANDSTOCKCROPSETC FonSALK Nine two j ear old steers Mattle V Kirby 2t James McCarlcy of Garrard 5cy850 to the best male rider over 20 years The government report shows the condition of cotton to be 811 W U Cummins eold to Sweeney Morpan 75 barrels of corn at 82 Store your wheat with Morris Fred at the Farmers Roller Mills Stan ford The trotting stock of tbo late Marcus Daly will bo sold In New York in No at Richmond Monday wag tbeI dullest In years There were law cat tie on the market and no buyers to speak of RH and W A Pettus of tbo Gil bert Creek section have bought of Thomas Best his 23acre farm near Moreland at 150 Joseph S Mlnary purcbaied from J IV Sandusky his farm of 400 acres on tho Mundavt Ferry turnpike six miles South of Versailles for 24000 A J Alexander of Versailles sold to the Southern Mutual Investment Company of Lexington the Northern Bank building in Lexington for liO 000 cash Tobacco men throughout tbo State will urge Gov Bcckbam to recommend to the Legislature the passage of a law prohibiting the use of panic green 00I tobacco during its growth for the pur pose of destroying worms GREAT AMERICAN COFFEE nAB IT Onehalf of the world production of coffee berries comes to tbo United States More than 00000000 pounds croI consumed hero last year This would be an average of IOk Ibs to a person Tho total value of the coffee Import ed Into the United States was some thing like 00000000 last earIEvery week more than aralllloa dolI mare U lent out of tbo United States In payment of coffee Last year Germany and Franco to gether only consumed halt as much cof fee as the United States Most of our coffee comes from South and Central American countries The rest comes from Porto Rico Java and tho Philippines with a little from Ha wall aGov Bcukbam has reinstated the old custom more honored by former Cora Buckner and Bradley In the breach than In tbo observanceof setting apart Friday as hangmans day There buet uo any y in tho week Is good enough for the shuttling off of a murderer Is that Mgrel he whispered as he slipped his arm aound her waist and gazed upon a glittering orb far In the distant blue No It Isnt she exclaimed Jerking away its mine and it you think you are hugging ma I can tell you that you am mistaken Cuts end bruises nro healed by Chain berlalns Pain Halm lu about oae tldr the tlwe any other treatment would re qualitiesfmaturation For sale by Craig Rocker ONE FARE TO CINCINNATILow rates via the Queen L Crescent Route account Christian Endeavor Conven agentsaP A Cincinnati Colorado Excursions Tickets via Colorsnat rates account summer excursionAskagent for particular W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Wm Sexton living soar Gra bylightningWm silver too of L B Stiver of Pulaskl was acquitted of tho murder of a man seined Tarter Prof Livingston was reelected su perintendent of the Somerset graded schools for the 7th successive year John Moss the 20 old ton of W B Moss of Lancaster was kicked in the abdomen by a horse and Is In a se rioui condition ExGov Bradley declined the office of president of tho proposed American Loan and Trust Company offered him by tbo promoters Ryan Commander boasts of owning the finest lodge banner In the State It was recently purchased at a cost of over lIGOAdvocate- Jobo W Murray large tobacco barn near Klrksvllle burned together with 40000 pounds of tobacco The loss Is about 0000 with no Insurance Gov Bcckbam has signed the death warrant of Holly Strutton the Ander son county murderer and fixed Aug 16 as the date for the execution In Marlon county Richard Horde was shot and killed from ambush and Dave Allen was mortally wounded Clarence Shlpp Is charged with the crime atat Snapping Shoals near Danvlllo He slipped and fell over the lower fallea distance of 30 feet The Jury in the case of Nancy Hun EpeeySellerstal and two for conviction The women gave bond of 8500 each Nathan H Woodcock of this city who Is O3o of the beet if not the best knight of the grip on the road made a record for himself last week by sell ing 97000 worth of groceries for the Curry Grocery Company of Junction City Danville News John Jones was convicted of forgery at Somerset and sent to the peniten tiary for two years Heclalms that bis Impoverished condition and the wants of his wife and children led him to at tempt to obtain money for them by the means of a forged check A Somerset dispatch says George Walt prcildent of the old Somerset National Banking Company and R G Hall cashier of the same Institution which failed last August with an overdraft of 05000 were Indicted at this term of the grand jury for receiving money alter the bank was Insolvent A dispatch from Danville says Cald well College under the control of the synod of the Northern Presbyterian Church will be greatly Improved in the near future Four gentlemen have Bubsirlbcd 1000 each provided 10000 moro can bo raised and there good prospect that it will be done A new dormitory will be built and other Improve monty made A Lancaster dispatch says that the final survey of the proposed extension of the Southern railway from Burgln to Jclllco Is being made and the eur veying corps In charge of Capt Coffey reached bat place Wednesday Gar rard county Is prepared to furnish the right of way and the people there are doing everything possible for the roads construction through there The largo warehouse occupied by Letcher S Witt at Richmond was to tally destroyed by fire The building contained about 10000 bushels of blue grass seed and it Is supposed a spark from a train caused the fire Hume Bros had a carload of hoop Iron stored In tbo building which was ruined Their loss is about 12000 without in surance Letcber fc Witt estimate their loss between 3000 and 10000 with only 1500 Insurance The build log belonged to Central University and was valued at 5000 with about 3600 InsuranceThe of a series of suits by those who contributed to both the endow went and location fund of Central Uni varsity was filed Monday In the Madl son circuit court by the trustees of the heirs of Rebecca Shearer against the Alumni Association Central Univer city to recover over 3000 which the said Rebecca Shearer placed in the bands of a trustee to be used to edu cate young men of Madison county at Central University in Madison county The suit also asks for an injunc prodONE FAHE TO DETROIT Tickets will be on sale from all stations via Queen A Crescent Route July 2325 good to return until Aug 2d account International Convention Brotherhood of St Andrew Ask ticket agents fo particulars SDMMEII EXCURSIONS TO S DAKOTA AND MINNESOTA Via Queen Cres cent Route at very low rates Tickets will be on sale July 10 and Sept 1 U agentssKeep in mind the Huatonvllle fair Crab chardtAlmost avers family In town has Vii itors so it would almost fill a column to mention all The oouthern Military Bund of Crab Orchard went to Livingston Thursday Pclnlcvery refreshing rain fell here Wednesday evening and tbe oppressive temperature has been considerably re ducedA load of young people chop eroned by Mrs Alice Newland attended tbe camp meeting at Prcacbersville Wednesday night Mrs Bowman Smith bait a number of new boarder and each hotel has a goodly share of comers and goer so our little town U quite gay now Quite a nice party of tbe elite of Preachersvlile and vicinity brought lunches and spent Sunday under the beautiful shade trees at the Brown spring D B Edmlston has returned from a few days pleasant stay with his sOD John In Washington City Mrs Sue Henderson Is spending the week with Mr Charles Redd Jr Mr and Mrs John Cook of Wayncsburg Ind and Mrs Mary Morgan of Mc Kinney are pleasant visitors at Mrs Margaret Gormleys Mr and Mrs A Addame of Lebanon are with Mrs Jane Buchanan Mr and Mrs S An drews of Corbln are visiting Mr and Sire Perry King Fred Newland 1s visiting relatives In Madison Ind Dr W W Burgle wife and mother of Richmond aroIwith tbo family of F Edmlston spending several days with friends In Garrard Tom Fish and family have re turned to be with Mrs M E Fish Miss Sell Livingston accompanied by Slice Ila Holclam left Tuesday for Chicago Mrs McWborter of London is visiting her son J C McWhortcr Mrs Sallle Coulter of South McAI Peter I T Is visiting her parents DrIand Mrs Dooree Wade Perkins Wednesday to accept a position as civil engineer at Beattyvllle Aftera pleasant stay with her mother Mrs Harry Magee left Wednesday for her home In Livingston Mrs John Carson and family who have been visiting Mrs David Holman and other relatives re turned Wednesday to their home In Flomaton Ala taking with them lit tie Charlie Holman who bile been given a position as messenger boy Charlie will be missed here as he was aI favorite with all LIBERTY The Ladles Aid Society of the Bap tist church will give a supper at the court house on the evening of July 11 The Casey county teachers normal begins July S and their Institute the following week Prof J C Willis will bo the instructor The ladies of the W C T U enter tamed their district president Mrs Sophia Stone last Tburday evening at the Exchange Hotel The Liberty Fair Association decid ed last county court day to have their fair on tbe 14th loth and IQth of Au gust Liberal premiums are offered and good stock will be exhibited The young men of Liberty will give i picnic on tbe 13th at the fair grounds The amusements of the day will con net of a plug horse race bicycle race and a mule race There will be a base ball game in the afternoon Mr John Wesley and wife who have Just returned from Hot Springs where they have been for Mr Wesleys healthwere visiting relatives here this week Mr and Mrs George E Stone wire very happy over the arrival of a girl at their home Mr and Mrs V M Lester Addle Brown and John Fltz patrick took advantage of tbe excur sloe to Cincinnati Sunday Rev J Q Montgomery attended a cooperation meeting la Adair last week- J G Payne a piano tuner from Junction City has been in town for a few days Miss Ida Tllford is visiting relatives In Mlddleburg Miss Della Bell Is visiting relatives In Danville this week Grover Rowe spent a few days here last week with his sister Mrs W C Adams Mica Jessie Bryant is visiting her mother In Middle burg Rev J B Ferrll Is in Louis vllle on business this week Mr and Mrs Winston Bowman are visiting in Hustonvllle Many thousands have been lestorcd to health and happiness by the use of Cham berlains Cough Remedy If nlllicted with any throat and lung trouble give it a trial for it Is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treat meat for years have yielded to this reme dy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by its use Bear in mind that every bottle 0 warranted and If It dote not prove beneficial the money Rill be refunded to you For sale by Craig fc Hocker Sheriff COlyerorroiadlson sold 1130 stray logs caughtby a party to J M Thomas 9 k Buy Your Thin Things Now TlinSUITS AND SHOES All at a Thin Price IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co COOLER I You can keep much cooler than you now are If you will let ui fit you out with our line of hot weather goods r Neglige Shirts Silk Bosom Shirts Shirt Waists Gauze Underwear Low Cut Shoes Straw Hats e Soft Ties Serge Coats Flannel Coats TERMS CASH L H J McROBERTS Stafford FEn a1E College+ A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladies 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 2 J Tuition fees range from 1t0 to 125 per term of 20eweeks Board tuition in literary rourses and music 20 weeks flOQ For catalogue address B J PINKERTON Prin- Stanford Icy- A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as Will be attested by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I 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 anyprices offered i Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger HayIRakes HIGGINS MCKINNEY Stanfordr vy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HARRODSHURO la ono of the many uptodate and delightful little cltle found In this favored and famous bluQ grass section Her hornet are elc ant her people are refined her reercbants have big Blocks of goods In splendid business houses and she Is a complete city within herself In short Harrods burg la all right but that courthouse spoils everything Did you ever s see It or bear Its cow bell toll the hours We hope not Without joke or exaggeration Harrodsburga courthouse would be a discredit to any pau per county In Indlarfa the worst Staten the group It was built without the aldot an architect and probably before comfort convenience and beauty wore given consideration The county court and circuit court room Is one and lobe same and it la not large enough to whip a dog In while Us floor Is rough as mountain roads were before the good roads movement was started The building la hardly decent eooub to be condemned let alone to get jus tlce in and if the good people of Mercer dont soon pull It down anti put up outside aid will be a more sightly one 1solicited to do so Judge Saulley would be justifiable It seems to us In refusing to hold court In such a concern as the Harrodsburg courthouse Is THE beat e lest two weeks has caused an alarmingly lare number of deaths In the cities In New York alone there were over 500 deaths from heat In two days while the prostrations for those days more than double that number While the heat Is greater In the cities the cause oft so much destruction of human life Is due to the fact that a great many of the poorer people havent food enough to supply their wants and din In their effort to sustain themselves and support their families While Rockcfc ler Carnegie and other rich men areI giving of their means to various Jood causes they can now do great and 1m mediate good by donating Ice and proper food to the hungry and thirsty people of New York and other cities Even a few thousand dollars to each city would alleviate the suffering to some extent and might result In the saving ot many lives IF the Richmond Register would useI the same energy In talking up Rich mond as It does In running the town down the merchants and others would patronize that paper more liberally and the Register man would have less caus e for complaint If Brer Rock cant speak a good word for hU town It seems to us that It would be sensible In him to say nothing Gov BECKHAM has appointed S B Dlshinan circuit judge In place of Judg Tlnsley resigned Mr Dishman la one of the best lawyers In the mountains Is a highly respected citizen of Bar bourvllle and Is a democrat of the old school The appointment is a capital one just the kind our good governor usually makes AFTER his lecture on Conquering Nation at Bristol Tenn 4000 people shook hands with Hon William JenI t pings Bryan Notwithstanding hlatw defeats everything goes to show that Mr Bryan Is still dear to the hearts of the people and that be Is far from be- Ing dead politically or otherwise FRANK B BURKE who made one of the best speeches delivered here In the campaign of last year Is talked of for governor of Indiana We are for him With Mr Burke as governor Fugitives Taylor and Flnley would not remain In I he Hoosier State much longer than Pat stayed in the army PRESIDENT THOMAS of the busted Seventh National Bank of New York gave his wife a SJOOOO pIoce of jewelry when he wedded her last week This Is not likely to set well with those who lost In his bank and If It does not set tongues to wagging It will surprise UsGov BRADLEY says he Is out of poll tics and In the practice of law for money but he takes time to say that Deboo will not be renominated for the Senate Well hardly The republicans are not fools enough to Invite the defeat that seems inevitable THE Danville Advocate has just celebrated Its 36th birthday Thorp are few if any better papers In the State exchangeclipping from Long live the good newspaper EDITOR HARRIS of the Adair News has stopped foolln with oil lands long enough to count the pianos and organs in Columbia He found 43 of the form er and 19 of the latter A JUDGE In Naples sentenced a crim inal to 1083 years of solitary confine merit The judge must have thought the prisoner a very close relative of Mathuselah Marlon Butler declares that the pop ulist party will stand alone In the next- presidential campaign on the platform of public of natural monop olles POLITICAL Nelson county republicans endorsed Sapp for reappointment as collector Paul E McDonald of Kentucky ball been appointed an assistant surgeon In- tbe navy Paris democrats renomlnated Ben Perry for mayor He defeated W F Talbott seven votes Fred V Martin of Attica Tad hal been appointed commissioner of pration for Porto Rico C W Emory was appointed county judge of McCracken county to succeed Judge Tully deceased Major O L Pruden resigned as paVe master In the army and resumed bls old position of assistant secretary to the president Gen Grosvenor saya he was mls quoted regarding tho thlrdtorm ques tion and declares that In his judjtment no man will ever be elected to a third termThe expenditures of the Jovornment Wednesday were within 345000 of 15 000000 Of this amount nearly one half was paid out for pensions and still the pension agents are not happy Tho receipts of the government were over 13000000With Sharp the traitor and turncoat U S marshal and Emmett Orr who outraged the glorious con itltuency of Owen by the miserable misrepresentation of them at Frankfort a deputy It looks like republicans ire not ungrateful but are willing to sward the mess of pottage to those who ire willing to give up their birthright for It Harrodsburg Democrat MATRIMONIAL Albert Haynes and Miss Lucinda Jones were made husband and wife this reekJ Clay Stone of Paris and Mlu Mary Kelleher of Louisville who rere married In Jeffersonvllle June 17 have just made their friends aware of tho fact J B Floyd and Miss Ettie the hand jmejdaughter of Henderson Baugh of Highland were married this week The groom Is a clever young man while his bride Is an excellent lady Miss Burnette PInkerton daught of Eld and Mrs B J Pinkerton of ustonvllle and a very charmli Sung lady was married at the St Icholas Hotel in Cincinnati Tuesday evening to Mr Ed Hutchings a prom Ineot young business man of St Loul The pair had been sweethearts for lIome time but their marriage camo as- a genuine surprise to Mis Pinkerton parents Mr Gilbert Grinstead formerly of- tbls place but now of Richmond and- Mlu Mosaic Wilson Parrish also of tbat city were married at Mr Blan illarda In Danville Wednesday Rev W S Grinstead father of the groom officiating They drove to this place and after spending the night vltb- bls sister Mrs E H Beazley left for lyloravllle where they will visit his parents Mrs Grinstead who Is just 18 Is an unusually handsome and pleasant young lady while all who know the room recognize In him a splendl young gentleman who is as clovo as- he days are long- CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Haglns subject Sunday morning Is Rightly Dividing Tbe- Word of Truth The Madison Bounty Sunday school conventIoo will be held this year at- Berea on July 31 in the college taber nacleTbo Rev B M Shive of Campbells vllle who was recently called to the pastorate of the Southern Presbyte rlan church at Richmond has decided not to accept The First Baptist church of Berea- will be dedicated Sunday The dedicatory sermon will be preached by tho- ltev Dr Bow of Louisville He will- aleo ordain the new pastor the Rev a F Aullch Tbe ministers of the several church e lave arranged to hold union eervlc es lath Sunday night through July and Au gust The first service will be held In the Presbyterian church Sunday evening at 8 oclock Rev J B Crouch preachlnlt tbe sermon THIS AND THAT J C Reid bought a lot of bluegrass seed at 40c E P Woods bought of Ed Peyton 20- iOpound lambs at 4c- Lee Irvine an aged and prominent citizen of Boyle county la dead banes A Peabodya distinguished jurist of Now York died from the heatTbe Springfield Hotel Springfield was destroyed by fire Some of tbe- guest narrowly escaped death In Todd county Beverly Hogan shot and killed Ed Tolley in a quarrel over a mule Six bags of gold worth 30000 mys- torlously disappeared from the San- Francisco mint mong tho late enlistments at the- Lexington recruiting elute are J Adams of White Oak and DL Padgett of trodhead resident Shaffer of the Amalgamated iseociatlon says he doe nt believe- tbere will be a general tieup of the- steel trust plants Robbers hold up a train on the Great- Northern Transcontinental road near- Great Falls Mont and got IS3000- from the express safe eae arataaesia =aaP = Tfl6 LOUISVILft STORES Great Closing Out Sale 1 0 0 d0We are f still cutting and slashing prices on all goods In order to sell this great stock itis of merchandise quick the goods are offered at cost some below cost Why that some of our competitors are kicking Can you guess The s oe fits them too tight It i for any one toicompete with our prices The Great Closing Out Sale To Quit Business Will long be remembered by our customers and friends as such bargains as we are now offering never have and never will be offered again Therefore come whilethis sale lasts Each day brings us nearer our close and when we are gone Stanfords largest and cheapest dry goods store is gone Now you have the opportunity of buying good seasonable at very near half price Dont fail to our and you will easily be convinced that what we say is true These prices will bring people fifty miles to our store There are two times to buy shoes when you need em BOll when there Is a chance to buy at halt price such as we are offer ing at our Great doting Out Sale Ladles fine dongota shoes + nd Oxford all sizes with kid and patent tip worth from f to 250 In this great sale 6ta Mens fine shoes lace or Congress well worth 175 In this sale OSc Wo have a big assortment of boys and suites shoes that must be sold cot not considered Before we received instructions from headquarters to close out we had received our summer stock of lawns ginghams piques dimities organdies etc These nil go in this great sale at half price We have a few mens linen suits left the only thing for this hot weather they go io this great sale at 8123 Collars 5c 50 dozen inchs 4ply linen collars the latest styles worth 15c in this tale Sc Buttons 25co Gloves T- OeLadies Waists 31eII We large complete clothing hats trunks valises carpets mattings 2d fail attend the greatest slaughter sale ever known Salinger Props THE LOUISVILLE STORE STANFORD r Mrs Eatella Marks has been appointed clerk In the Danville postolflce Tile oats crop of Kansas Is a failure and only an Immediate rain can save cornWILLIAtSJohn William aged 55 years died of heart disease at his homo near Sand Knob and was burled at the cemetery Mr Williams came to this county about four years ago from Pendleton and was a tobacco raiser He was a member of the Tenth Kentucky Cavalry during the war and was a clever hard working man What most people want ii something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot Whey are easy to take and pleasant fn elect For ial by Craig Hocker Druggists GOOD BUGGY FOR SALE My son who went to Illinois left with mo top buggyalmost new to sell which can be seen at ray residence It riot sold privately I will it at auction In Stanford next Monday court day J M OARTEK JR Sloreland SHELBY COUNTY fINE FOR SALE Having decided to go to Oklahoma I will sell at Private sale my fine dairy farm ol 150 acres one mile north of Clark Southern and IY miles south of Long Run L kaand opening on good pikes This farm Is firstclass blue grasx land mostly In grass but suitable for the best crops ol tobacco corn wheat or other crops IMPROVEMENTS There Is a floe two commodious sevenroom house In excellent repair with large dairy barn just completed at a cost of over 81 500 granary buggy house and all necessary outbuildings A vineyard and nice young orchard The finest in the county Is right bv the house and lupnlles ajl water to dairy and stable yard This Is a beautiful place tor all uses Only 18 miles from Louisville and 13 from Bhelbyvllle Terms to suit purchaser CARL IIANSKIl Clarks I y BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATE In the Dlitrlct Court of the tnlUd Static for the district of Kentucky In the matter of Henry FMartintSon bankrupt In Itankrupicy No tire la hereby lInn that the undrnlgued si trustee In of the undersigned anil at court houso door In btanfordlUncoln county Ky Monday JulY Sib being county court da7and at about the hour of 1IIrrOto otlcr for sale to the highest bidder the htrrlcaf ter teal estate IJatd rrolrty will Ie old u foUoInethlltl of the price lielnz duelo dl ot sale and the reo inilnlng two thirds of price due In 90 day from date ot sale The undersigned truitwi wil take oood payable to himself saId bonds hearing t per rent from dale of sale until paid with a lien retained on the land to secure pawent of the purchase money soil said bonds to hne force and effect of The saidproperty purchaser or purchasers ol will require executing to give tame with at least two rood sureties The purchaser has the rrlJllege of paying tbecalb for said property and thus the interest The hereinafter acrihed land to be sold la the 710 undleide4 Inter eel of It F Martin In said tract ol land and which land is the old home farm of Milton Martin altu aUd on Hanging Fork and contains shout acres of land 81 Is hounded as follows On the north by the Dugherty farlDlweat by James T Martin south by W P Dan Jlloore and on the east by Daugherty Wltaeis my baud this lit day of June A EARL W SENFF Trustee In Hankruptcy of II F Merlin cn Bankrnptf K A Chiles Attorney Pearl 5c 22 gross pearl button all sizes real value lOc In this great salt 6c dozen Pants Mens linen and cottonade pants the kind you pay Mb for in other stores in this great tale 25c 69c 300 pairs ladles kid gloves In nil shades and sizes worth 160 and 13 in ibf great sale 69c Gilt Belts lOCo 6 dozen ladles gilt belts worth 35c In this sale Shirt 49 cents Ladies fine shirt waists made ol French lawns and best Sea Isand per eales nicely trimmed worth fl In this great sale only 40c ofa on NOTICE Tho public U hereby notified that my land Is posted and that I will oat peormt- tIhunting fishing or other tWlpAlllnl on It 1WIG11T FEKMLU Wnyne burf NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Dcvrlng Harvester Extras pod Fixture hut keep nnno but the genulai- I nl CM tlio name Deerlng appul thcin you may know they art not genuine n S CAItlENTEH HotlotivUU FOX Si FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantlyon hand n4 for sate at all times W Logan Wood Manager RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL HUSSFtLL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything In In splendid order the water is plentiful and grounds present n appearance Quest be given willing at cntlon Rates Adults S3 week chll siren under 13 years of age 1350 horses 350 week For further Informatlor u plytoW M VA COHAN McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop K Make and keep constantly on hand the belt of Flour Meal Shlpsturr Uran Chick 00 Feed Ac Irlcet very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty n V Kennedy Illlcr FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Cajiltil StaslvisOOOO Snrplni 110090 This institution originally eatabllihed aa the ls oiltBanknf Stanford in 18J3 then reorganized si National Dank of Stanford in USJ anJagali irganlied M the Flnt National Hank of Stanford n S82hM had practically an uninterrupted exist icefor 41 years It li better supplied now will cllltlei for transacting business promptly and I ally than erer before In its tong sad honoiab career Accounts of Individuals fidnclarlei idlndltldaaluollcltcdDiaicrom F Reid Lincoln COI J W Harden Stanfu- rTUarrliS H Baughinan J S Shocker Tf Hill W ATrlbble wpWalrn J H Orchd Jai Robinson Hubble M DElmore Stanford orncaaa J B Hocker President M J McRoberti Caiblir Mens Undershirts 15 cents I Men Dalbrljrgan undershirts worth 25C in this tale life Mens Shirts 49cy Mane fancy syitt with two collate worth f in this great sale 49c Corsets 23c Ladles summer and plain corset white black and fancy worth QOc in this ule 23c Domestics 4 I2c Hoosier ration yard while 4jc Gauze orals worth lOc at So Ainmkeaf and Lancaster ginghams worth 05 and 7c go at So All bet brands of calico go at Lot of nice lawns worth 7 Ie sale at 4c have and assortment and floor Dont to Bros KY Hustonvllle LOGAN LIVERY Coiririo7 SUMMER CLOTHING I See our Light Weight Clothing Light Trousers Low Cut Shoes Light Underwear s Straw Hats Negligee Shirts and Neckwear Everything Needed To Dress You Nicely and Comfortably in hot weather Sea sonable Goods for Summer Time Highrest Qualities Lowest Prices Shoes a Specialty LadiesI Cummins MeClary i Here We Are Again SCRIP Our Mid Summer Clearance Sale begins July 1st Every line embracing Furniture Carpets Wall Paper Ruse Mittinjs Shades I Picture Frames Sewing Machines Or Iaotc We offer IIptclal Inducements In the wnyof For every dollar you spend with mo I give you a coupon which is worth live cents anti for every dime you spond with youdraw I We are after the trade of that wide awake peoplepeople who know black from white people who know furniture from cordwood people who appreciate the opportunity to buy goods ofa merchant who has ono price and that a low cash price Our large wagon will start through the country July 1st and show you people what bargains we have In store for you W W Wither tanforg St- r I p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD Kv JULY bj IDOl t t Tnv the Judiro Taft cigar for n choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store 1OUR prescription work Is uniurpaa PennysDruPERSONALS JOHN A ELICIN of Lebanon spent sevpral days hero fDn W D PENNY was hero from Danvlllo yesterday lr Mns1WV BAYS b vUUInc her mother In Lancaster4 bins CICKUO REYNOLDS Is vliltln friends at Parksvlllo t Miss JANIE DAWSON returned to her- homo at Plnovlllo Tuesday Mils NANNIE AUAMS of Mt Vcr 1 Icon le with Mr It O Jones MRS JAms RAY of Lexington has been with Mn Wm Hamilton yesItj IC vlllo U visiting at Crab OrchardMMRS JOHN LUTES of la visiting relatives at Lexington REV R R NOEL left yesterday for Rockcaillo and Madlion to till his pul 1plte bins ALICE LYTLE and iotit Mack t of Harrodsburff are visiting relative hero MR DINK WILKINSON orders his pIper chanced from LIberty to deida V Tens GcorlelBurch Mn 4G EASTLAND went to Louts 1vUle yesterday to age his too Clolland vTEaitIaad MR W H PERKINS of Crab Orch 1ard was hero yesterday en route to Richmond COL W G WKICH wont up to Crab Orchard Spring Tuesday to remain tome timevMiss ROVE of Rowena Russell county U visiting the Misses Carter near Moroland Miss ANNA COOKE leaves tomorrow tMfor Harrodiburir to bo the guest of Miss Kay Sallee ft m WILL WALLACE and family of Now Albany lad arc with Mr and Mr 5ohn W Wallace MR R O CUNNINGHAM of Dan iVllle was on Tuesdays train bound fo the exmaslo city t G A WALTER ono of Klogsvilla solid merchants spent yesterday with the homefolicf horq REV W S ORINSTRAO of Taylor vllle spent Wednesday with his daugh ur Mr K II BeatleyJ- AMKS AND UVIJERT OARPONTRR t entertained a number of tbitr young friend Wednesday evening MR AND MRS HOIUCK BROWN have gone to bounlcccplng In tbo Hole property on Danville Avenue 1 11tt J C McCLARY left Tuesday for Colorado In search of health and plea urejfwhloh wo hope he wilt flnd WaynuIj I Is with friend and relatives hero Her s eon Master Edwin It tho guest of Fred JOHN A BUCHANAN of th Loulsvlllo Times spent tho glorlou- fourth with hs homofolks at Cma OrchardDR A Cox and bis son Charley two popular salesmen of Stanford Ever 0 In Columbia tbo first of too week Adam Now r MR SAMUEL H HELM ono of lobo Vest Ends oldest and bet citizens Is visiting bis daughter Mrs A Trlbble at Junction CitysMRS W T BROOKS and sister Mrs Chas Splllman have gone to Mt Ver Joton our der of Crab Orchard who never lots x his paper run over a day Mn W II UND ItWOOD and Mrs Annie Holtzclaw are on their way to Alva Wyoming to wind up the affairs of the lato Frank Holuclaw REV J II HOPPER and Mrs Hop per of Porryvllle have returned to their homo after a visit to Mrs Emma d 13 Montgomery Courier Journal R WALTON EASTLAND of Owenton has secured a clerkship in the auditors IsIG a Eastland L T SMITH went to Lebanon Juno Eton Wednesday with the thought of locating Ho came back yesterday 1 datliQed that there Is no bettor place than Stanford CAPT BEN D MCGRAW of the Blue- Grass Special is now a member of lobo lame mens order He badly sprained a couplo of his toes by stepping on a rock which turned but ho sticks to his train notwithstanding bo has to bobblo around after tickets t f Miss MAGGiE BRIGHT who bus been visiting relatives here has returned to her homo In Stanford Dr J M Acton was called to tho bedside of his broth t er Dr T J Acton of Eubanks who is seriously with flux Mrs John W Francis of Stanford is visiting her j sister Mrs Alex Doty on Richmond t r AvenueCentral Record j M r Miss ANNIE PHILLIPS Is visiting Mrs J C Thompson In Lancaster Miss LEE BOUHITT of Danville is with Miss Annlo Slbold Lex Horald OWSLKY little son of Mr and Mr W P Walton Is very ill at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Walton passed up from Harrodsburg last sight to remain until the little fellow improves which wo trust will not bo long OUR Lancastor letter duo at noon yesterday did not arrive until this mornlnjf Our pretty and efficient correspondent at that plats Miss Lenna Hobbs must sea what la the troublo at bar Dud of tho lino MISS CORA GOOCH who was taken to a hospital at Cincinnati bad to suf fer amputation of a limb just above the k nee Tho operation was performed last Saturday and she la now doing well The bono of lobo 111mb was dls owed and only amputation could save her Ufa Somerset Republican wLOCALS Duo FINISH at Craig Hookers GO to Hr efor perfect Oiling spectacles LIVERY stable In Stanford for rent rs M C Burnsldo glass tumblers at only 25o per dozen Geo H Farrlv Co Tilt colored people of Hustonvllle will hold fair a week or so after the white fair at that place THE Harrodshurg Democrat says that eight horses died In tho harvest Holds around that place Saturday SPACE In our Huutonvino dally Is going rapidly Dotter peak for an ad now It will prove a good Invest j moot MR A M UIATTS orso as bo was coming to town the other day and the old gentleman was badly cut and bruised about the head and hands READ on onr fourth page the list of premiums to bo given at the Huston illa fair July 11 Aug 1 and 2 Set eral clogs will likely bo added before the catalogue le printed FARMING hIILF rbII will e at public auction county day July 8th a new mower two good rakes cutting box elder press plows and other farm log Implements Mrs Martha J Van deveer 2t Victoriarof the Bast End sad John Goocb son of Mack Henry Gooch were declared of un ound mind and were taken to Lake- land Asylum yesterday ON account of tho Christian Endeavor convention the L b N will sell roundtrip tickets at ono faro to Cln olnnatl today and tomorrow Tickets aro good returning not earlier than the Bth or later than the lath TUB ice homo the Stanford Water Light t Ico Company built In tho Spring Is roving n good Investment The output of the factory Is not equ to the demand during this hot epQllun tb6 Ico stored early In the season is be lag rapidly disposed of TUB Lincoln County Medical Soclot will meet at Crab Orchard next Tues day 1Kb Dr E J Brown will read a paper on Gastroentcritis of Infancy Edmletonwllldlecussthb n tunes KANSAS was the hottest place In the United Statue Wednesday lobo thermometer registering 104 says a dispatch Thats nothing It was about that In our otllco when wo camo down before 0 oclock that morning Wo did havo enough energy to go an- ee bow the mercury was getting when Old Sol got to shining good as warmTau camp meeting at PrcachoMvlllo begun Tuesday night with a largo at tendanco and the meeting promises to bo a big one It will continue for 10 days longer during which tlmo wo hope much good will be done Rev H B Cockrlll business manager tho Pentecostal Horald of Louisville- is ono of the managers The preachbrs present are Revs Samuel Owsloy of Mlddlcsboro E Davenport of Du gansvllle H K Denton of Henderson Win Davidson of Pulaski Andrew Johnson of this county Rev H C Morrison onco pastor of tho Methodist church hero will arrive In a taw days and preach a series of ecimons Tim First Stato Bank of Junction City opened its doors Monday morning last and Is already enjoying u good business The building which la own ed by tho bank Is a good and well ar ranged one the fixtures are uptodate i while the safe In which mosey will bo kept la ono of the tote patterns have proven thoroughly burglar proof At a mooting on tbo opening day tbo following directors were elected N L Currey Geo H Hocker W A Reynolds A Miller R S Martin i John Schmidt Wm Trosper B F Oxley and J M Kcane who la turn elected A Miller president Dr W A Brown of Parksvillo vice president M D Ransdcll cashier The latter officer Is from Owen county and Is not only an experienced banker but a very pleasant gentleman Cv HUSTOaVILLe FAIR July 31three days HATS and flowers ost next 10 days Misses Straub NEW lino of Qeand seStoresPLENTY handmade harness of tho latest pattern on band J C McClary+ TnE L will sell roundtrlp tick lota to Cincinnati next Sunday at 150 ICE Cream FreezerMacvery low prices to close out stock Georgo H Farris k Co DR T D LEWIS pretty home cor pikeIREMBMUER that our terms aro oath Low cash prices on feed of all kinds j H Baugbraan Co THE Booth Privileges f the Hue tonvlllo Fair will bo sold at auction at Hustonvllle at oclock Saturday after noon July 0 ILOST between tanfocand Rowland a stcatbescope an Instrument of metal and ruBber about one foot lung Please return to Dr Cook J B FOSTER has contracted with J A Allen fc Co to build biB residence It will bo an elegant country homo and will cost Mr Foster 5000 or more MISSES ADAMS of Hustonvllle will sell their millinery stock on reasonable term Good steal Contemplate moIIncr causes them to sell Write or call TilE tax book are ready now and you are requested to call and settle This la my last year In office and 1 must get all taxes in S M Owens herlff + HUSTONVILLE ofthose tins not Qtheand look neatly dressed at the fairs Glyo him your order at once SHERIFF T J BELL and Jailer Drown of Cacy county were hero Tuesday returning from Barbourvllle where they woof to take H B How arlwero for some minor offcnsu Br haying lots of commercial printing on head this office has three big catalogues to print within tbo next two weeks most of the copy for which Is in our hoods Tho reason we get so much printing to do Is because we do JcheaperTHE South Eastern Kentucky Medi cal Society will meet in Stanford Fri day seat IStb when an interesting program will bo carried out after which tho annual election of officers will be held Dr Steele Bailey of this place is down for a paper Doctor from d number of counties will be here end the meeting promisee to be a big one A FREIGHT wreck occurred on tho 5unbrighdt Somerset is dead and Engineers Pdt rIck Crow und Andy Moore both of injuredY A U In Somerset Is fatally hurt Tho wreck occurred In tunnel No 20 and was a rear end collision CIRCUITcbCttT urged Wed c9 day afternoon after a 3l weeks session during which time considerable bust ness was done The last and only tae tried since our last issue was that of J D Stcenbergen against tbo L N railroad Mr Steenbcrgcn Instituted suit for 810000 but later reduced It to oadaccldcadatm breaking a small bola and shat tering his nerves to a great extent He thought be would lose the use of his arm when ho first flied tho suit but later It got better and he mado the re duction in damages asked for as above Tbo jury gave him 8400 which will bo assistof represented Steenbergen and Judge J W Alcorn the railroad THE HOUSES OF REFORM Tho quarterly and annual meetings of the board of trustees of the Houses of Ro form wero hold at the Institution Tuesday afternoon when Mrs L P Yea dall of Falconer was mado president- W P Walton of Stanford secretary C W Bean of Lexington treasurer and Mrs S A Charles of auditor Superintendent Doakof the institution made the following roper Received since opening 341 Inmates Of this number 70 were released 14 were paroled and two died leaving In tho Institution 255 pupils Twelve boys atare employed in tbo laundry In tho broom shop 70 in the chair shop two In the power house 15 on the farm fQur in the harness shop ono In the shoo shop six with the stable four in the care of stock 10 in the kitchen and 10 In housework During the year 830 37447 was expended The Income was derived from various sources solo of hides hogs chairs etc 124223 Tho following stock is on head Calves 805 hogs 847050 lambs 850 harness 842 broom corn 875 chairs 880 total 884150 I OLD newspapers and brown paper to- go pnder carpets cheap at this office String free YOUR account iready for you I need the money badly Please call and ttle H C Rupley It AWNlNO aJohn Bright Jr d Co hays put up an awning which will add to the comfort of their store HARRODSHURGS ballteam de- faMed Hustonvllle 15 to 2 at the former place yesterday morning Camnltz did not pitch for the West Enders THERE has been a considerable letup In the hot weather for which all of us are grateful It rained most of yes terday and this corning is fairly comfortable IT was too wet for thee of ball between Stanford and Lancaster here yesterday and It will be played at Gar cards capital this afternoon Dollars to doughnuts on Stanford Only ono was utthe pen- ItentIary this term Alfred JamesIIcolored confessed to forging Hackleya name to a check and was lIveD two years He will be taken to Frankfort tomorrow TimE glorious fourth was scarcely noticed hero save by the banks and the poatofflce The former were closed all day and the latter observed Sunday hours A few stores closed up late lathe afternoon but It was more because of a lack of buyers than a superabund onto of patriotism I HAVE three of the best looking prisoners In the State in jail said Jailer DeBord yesterday afternoon They are Robert Wilson William Clymer and John Hendrix and three handsomer fellows would be bard to Clymerect on their cases and Hendrix Is a Letcber county prisoner who was sent hero for safekeeping There are a round dozen prisoners in all In jail but the three mentioned above have the good looks of the lot WE had Intended to attend to Owen Mclntyros case ourselves but that splendid physician and surgeon E W Llllard of the Danville News gave him such a dose that we havent the heart to give him the spooking wo had prepared and which he really deserves capltalbo good well drop the matter but If theres any more fun poked at Huston 1townsla the cause of It and proceed at onco to exterminate both Mac and his paper printIngStato is that of the Harrodsburg Democrat D M Hutton has charge of the job department and that he la an artist in the art preservative no one who has seen his work will gainsay With type presses and other appurtenances ot ejery description and a good man like lr Hutton to look after the work it is HarrodllburlrDemocrat prlnLInprovetcongratulate our brother Mr W P Walton on his purchase of eo good a plant and on his retaining so efficient a man to look after his job department WEDNESDAY JULY 10TH lye will tell at Public Auction One nun CityIncludlnLINNIETTA SPRINGS The Weber Building and other valuable property will fro In this sale LILLARD t KERRY Danville REPAIRERSi FlscnlDon the following turnpikes and portions of 1SaHush llrnnch sections and Si Danville tLancaster sec I Stanford k Danville sec Si Knob Lick sec1 Stnnfor1 t iMlllcdge vllle sec Crab Orchard Lancaster sees und 21 Stanford t Ireiiclicravllle sec Si Stanford Otten helm sees and Si Stanford Dlx River Carrara Co White LogansCrookKlnney Station lSouth Fork Turncrsvllle McKlnnny Station l Coffey Mill tecs 1dMcKluney OEO COOPER Clerk GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I hove located ut Crab Orchard In Geo Holme+ store near the railroad on Otten helm plko for tho purpose of giving you people tho worth ot money You will always nod bargains at store I am selling secondhand Clothing equal to now KufnlslilugGoods putnI give you cordial Invitation to visit the metFreWe will soil flour and meal from Morris Farmers Holler Mills Stanford ut prices It sold at the Exchang- eOIrI01NNATIISA1tar1STORE L tl Lmidmaii M D Lilt Madlion Ave Covington Iy for merly of Cincinnati Ohio Practice Limited to Diseases of Ihe Eye Will be at the Myers Houso Stanford Thursday July 18 IOOI Oqe dar returning every month Itefer cnccst Cook uDannon and Reid and others ot Lancaster O IiW Glasses Adjusted 0 u t STAPLE AND FAY ROMS I i Hardware Stoves and Tinware Woodenware Glassware Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezer COOLERS Call and see HouseCorner John Bright Jr Co School Shoes vltt We have just opened a line of School Shoes For Boys Girls t Made of goat weight material but soft soft stylish antI 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 linebcforc yon buy JOHN Pe JONES Stanford j j j j j t t Getting Money Out Of Dry Goods Is no great task if the price isIright We are putting the right price on all Summer goods and Remnants Bargains in all departments Dry Goods Notions and Shoes Look on the Remnant Counter forishort lengths at short prices Bargain slip pers at floe and 7c See our line HosetI I DIiiG7J UK We have just opened new Lawns and Dimi ties at reduced prices We aim at all tlmip to keep our stock fresh with new goods All little things in stock now such ns Fan Colv lars Ties Gloves Velvet Ribbons Laces etc New lino of trunks just i- nSeverance Sons B UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES I The Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles in Central Kentucky Wo Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles mm In Price from ffim To 50000 Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and wo sell on n 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 a Bright Danville New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you hate a Nice New Stock to select from Yourpatronage will 10 appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsee us W W SAUNDERS t toe Phone 88 110 West Main Street f THE INPJOR JOURNAL IEnllred n the potlqflce at Stanford at teondcltui matter rnbl3ohaTueiayaaaadFztdaTA- 1 I 1 PER YEAR CASH Wben not sopsldaaOO will be charged ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE J Mnnutactu 4r o- fTBRICKT F And Dealer In Lime Cement o o tj Write For Prices A 8 PRICE KytStore In the Owsler haulingOmaovrr J H WARD CO Livery Feed And NEW Sale Stable I lirucei Old SUnd Depot St Stanford New and stylish Turnout Rates reasonable SpecUl attention to traveling salesmen horses- boughtsn told on commlulon Single feeds Me JUySOcHlttbeslOc No hlieb son public days Good attention all stock len at our table bone 00 R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky e Office over Wiggins A McKinneys Ston Telephone No 48 PRUITTBROSMORELAND Furniture UndertakingAnd i RUPLEYI The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYS4- NI1ERT88ERS for jjs all PaperIY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Bealearl- nEABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky h Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 8100000 Successor to Tile Farmers Bank d Trust Com pan sal under use management conllcu- tOusly for 33 Year Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping inch builn relation will prove mutuij Ir beneficial and plesr Din ACTORS I J B Paxton Jt ui Sr- J N Henefee A W Carpenter WH Cummna JE Lynn S U Kbsnk1 J F Cub J B Owsltj OFFICERS Sril I UOwilerCiihlerW hut Cub w Listof Premiums Hustonville Fair JULY 31ST AND AUGUST 1ST AND 2ND W G OOWAN President W D HOOKER Secretary FIRST DAYI 8 f 00 I Best Southdown buck any age V 5 00 2 Ewo any n 00 3 Buck lamb under one year o 5004 Ewe lamb under one enr T Horse colt pair pants value 1000 1000Marecolt A6 10 00coltMaro and7 8 Saddle geld in any nge i i 15 00 15 00 li Saddle inure any ago 10II Sucking coltleilher sex Special premium by R Pror- senson 1002 to Red Leaf 2j 00 JACK STOCK 11 Best Jack under 2 years 1000 12II Jack 2 3 i 1000 13 Jack any agei00014 Tennet under 1 year 100015 Jennctanyago 16II either sex by Galton 810 to 1st 15 toM 15 00 17II Draft stallion mare or gelding 10 00 18II Boy Rider under 15 years 10 00 19 Mare and mulo colt either sex 10 00 20II Mule ml1re 1000 21 Mule colt either sex 10 00 22 Mare mule colt onehalf doz shirts value 10 00 23 Mule 1 year and under 2 10 00 24 Mule 2 years and over 10 00 25II Mule by Balsam special premium by J C Reid season 1002 10 00 26II Doublo team speed style and durability consid ered regardless of sex or ownership 130 to first 40 00810 to Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your 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 OUFEU Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Having determined to go to Oklahoma I will tell or rent my farm of S5 acres 3X miles from Hustonvllle near HUstonvllle and TlradfordsTllle pike nice dwelling good outbuildings Including 3 barns well water led laud In good state of cultivation and fences In good repair Alto 50 acres good timbered land Possession Nov IS E P CAIUENTEB Hustonrlllo DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel StanfordJ- uly 21 and 25 only Eyes examinedand glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STAINED SY MORRIS FRED rnormKTOR n I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I will at all tUnes furnish the best o- fFlour Moal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very best results Dont forget me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FILED Pror Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danrllle Mondays AVednesdajs and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturday Office In the iinnlmrtonUuIldlnglSUnford Ut See hours to 12a at1 to r OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KlritTllle Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Its re sults It requires no no drug no rubbing iur ial operation I anti claim blllr IUfr naturat osteopathy views man as a machine of so many paru Its Is adjustment When all are properly adjusted and not overworked health the result- Someoflbt diseases treated by m Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia IthvumatUin Catarrh Weak Eyes Granulated Lids Goitre Heart IJrer and Lung Disease Conitlpttton Piles Gall Stones Enlarged IrottiaU all mom rah and IlIttttllla trodblet JJlatata of llones act Irinti Spinal Curratures Dislocations II IfJoint Faralyili Incontinence of Urine Locomotor Alas la Female Diseases a specialty Consultation Free Summer Conventions LOW RATES To the National gatherings named below and to various other Summer C ann tions and meetings wilt be In effect from all points on the Nstloosl Edueallonsl Asiodatloa Detroit Mich July7th18tb Grind Array of the Republic elenlalld Ohio Sept lOthlOlb- Kntjbts TrmlarCoecine Loalsvtlle Ky Aug 27lb3J Yoonf Peoples Society Christian Eolttvor Cincinnati OLio July ethlOtb WJMUgHY ot iiuiaii on LMSSOfllOf QHCIUUL SECOND DAY 27 Best Bull Culf under year 011110002I Bull Calf 1 year and under 2 2 10 U 1 Bull 2 years and over 1000 30 1 Bull ran ugo Ii 00 31 1 Best Heifer Calf under ono year 1000 32 Heifer ono year and under two 10 00 33I Heifer two years and over 10 00 34 1 Cow tnty ago 1li 00 liOUSKS FOIl SADDLE PURPOSES 35 Best New York saddle mare or gelding 15 00 COACH OH CAUKIAOR PURPOSES 30 Best pair mares or geldings 20 00 37 1 Roadster mare or gelding f20 to 1st 810 to 2d 30 00 38 Handsomest turnout f to bo ono sold by Bruce Bright Consideration and occupants decorations not to Ito considered 10 00 39 1 Suckling colt either sex by Dignity Dare season 1002 to Dignity Dare 810 cash to 2d K cash to 3d 35 00 HOR HAUXBSS PUniOSr 40 Bet Stallion or 1 year and under 2 10 O 41I Mara 2 years and under 3 1000 42 Mare 3 years and under 4 ID 00 41I Mare 4 years and over 1500 41I Golding 4 years and over e1t00 14 1 Stallion or 2 cnril anti under 3 10 00 46t II 3 years and under 4 1000 4iI 4 years and over 90 00 FOR SAIHHK PURPOSES 48 Best Saddle Stallion mate or gelding IfX 00 875 to 1st jllo 2nd IJ to 3rd 810 to enter five horses to fill Association requires that entries bo made afternoon before LIBERTY WC T U The W C T U at Liberty Is In n high state of exhilaration owing to tbe fact that Mrs Sophia Stone our die trlct president Is with us Her visiting relatives hour town has been our union what a lighted torch would bo to smouldering lames She seemi to have Inserted new blood Into out veins So wo must bo up nod doing knowing that activity Is the only wa to maintain llfo She attended oui weekly meeting Saturday afternoon when she made an Inspiring talk encouraging us in our good work We are exceedingly proud of our union both as to numbers and to Our town has only about 450 inhabitants and of this number moro than 100 belong either to the W C T U or L T L We have 36 working members and 15 honorary members In our union and we flatter ourselves tbat wo are of tbo good substantial mater al that will wear well and do Inestimable service for the great cause of temperance The union gave a reception at the Exchange Hotel Thursday evening In honor of Mrs Stone to which all num bers were Invited Invitations were also extended to our ministers but previous engagements called Bro Montgomery away which we regretted very much Bro Ferrll attended and Rave us a very eloquent talk for which we tender our thanks At 10 oclock refreshments were served In the largo dining hall which had been beautiful ly decorated with ferns and flowers Four tables wore arranged with a sent log capacity for 30 The refreshments consisted of cake Ice cream and her bet Those who contributed the refreshments were Misses Molllo Phil lips Anno Warner Lizzie Adams Co ra Hale Sharp Amanda Stone Annie Belden Sallie Stngg and Mary Pierce Our guest of honor was taken into supper by Rev Ferril Each guest was presented with a souvenir of sweet peas tied with white ribbon After supner we returned to the parlor where Mrs Stone delivered her address which was responded to by Miss Emma Belden local both of which were hlLblvappreclated by tho audience The addresses wore followed by remarks by Rev Ferril and Judge Til ford after which we had a social chat mod general lastly bid ling each other good night we parted each and all feeling that It was good to 38 there Let every union take cour ige and go to work there Is much to 30 done Respectfully AGENT A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be need by a few applications of Chamber sins Pain Balm by Craig h locker Druggists SEA SHORE EXCURSIONS YIA cG- To Old Point and Ocean Vlow Va On July Kith tho Chesapeake and Ohli Railway will run its annual excursion to Old Point and Ocean View Va leaving Lexington on the regular express trains at 1120 A1 and 845 P M reaching Old Point at noon and 635 P M the next respectively Round dartrip tickets be sold for 813 good returning until Aug 4th Sleeping car births will be 83 through In each direction and will accommodate two persons at same rate Mr J Hull Da vidson for many years proprietor of tho Phoenix Hotel at Lexington Is In charge of the hotel at Ocean View and has a special rate of 12 n day and 811 a week for C l O excursionists Ocean View Is one of the most popular resort on tbo coast in full view of iho ocean and has a fine smooth beach To Atlantic City On July 18 and Aug 15 the C S O will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City at 814 good returning 12 days Stopover privileges will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good going on regular trains Sleeping car berth will be 81 through in each direction Arrange your vacation for one of these trips The C4 O can offer a diversity of scenery en route unsurpai ed by any other line to tbo cast Send In your name for sleeping cat accommodations Do not wall until the last few days Ascertain what train you will go on noon or night train nod adviseTo York and return Tho C O will sell round trip tickets to New York dally at 832 70 going and return log via Washington at 83145 going and returning vii Old Point and the Old Dominion Steamer or going via Wash Ington and returning via Old Point or vice versa or returning via the New York Central or Pennsylvania Cen tral Tickets will bo good lu days In eluding date of sale and one stop over allowed at Washington Balti more Philadelphia or at Buffalo Write for full Information George W Barney dlv passr agt Lexlng LOn ay nLlCUJ CIIKXKY rnan Glib that be Is the oealor ol the firm of F J CUKXft Ining Iuiiueein the City of Toleio OUfltJ aU arornubl and that raid arm will pay the- mmoONElirADIED DOLLARS foreach and very rate of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the eof HALIB J CIIEKFV Sworn to before me and subscribed tn mynres ncs this nth day of Ieceater1850 Seal A W ULKASOX NolarrlubllcI iialla Catarrh Cur Is taken Internally sod arts dlrftIIT Dn the blood and mucous surfaces of the ystem Send for testimonials rrH F J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 Sold by druplttn TJc halt Pill are the teat WAL PAPER PAi LO t + The people of Stanford Lincoln County are cordially Invited to call and examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in title section from the cheapest to the most expensive made We have will personally each job in our employ Paper Hangers at the lowest possible We also have n full or Pointe Oils Varnishes Window GlassPaInters Supplies Etc S L GIBBONS Danville For Good Goods AT Low Prices Call on George H Farris Co MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMONDKY A FirstClass Hoarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal the leading Institutions of America andeducated atof ten teachers who wereFaculty In her do records instructors one u specialist made brilliant asand haveEurope exceptionally strong School apparatus general partmeut excellent Music Good table tare fussy teachers Frequent lecture equipment the on hia recent travels in Egypt talestlne yearsPricesfree bealthfUIIOCatlOnl only one serlou CIlSO of sickness In 12 no and than Interior ones Send far catalogue higher than other tlrstclass nor many nOADSTl1Jt mo4- l1 Best mate or any ago MS to 1st 815 to 2nd 50 00 ro 1Vot Turnout II 1006 10THIRD DA Y 1 I ron SADDIK IlnUOSrJS 51 Best htalllon mate or gelding year und under 2 10 00 t1 Best mnro 2 years and under 30 1000- r l Best mnro S years nnd under 4 Hi 00 Lil Bust mare 4 years und overM Iii 00 5 rs Best stallion mate or gelding 2 and under 3 10 Oil M Best stallion or years nnd under 4 10 00 Iii BOlt stallion 4 tlnu und over 2 00ro 68 Best stallion anyngo2s 00 run HAUNESS IUniOSKS 59 Best phaeton pony under 15 hands 10 00 UOCKAVAY RING 60 Best Ilockaway mare orpelldnj IG 60 SADDLE lUIUOSllS 61 Best Walking Stallion moro or goldlng 15 00 62u Fancy saddle mare or gelding 20 00 133II Fancy turnout 15 00 lOom Rixa 64 Model Stallion mare or gelding 10 00 Regardless of ago shown by halter or brldto COMBINED lUNa U5 Best male or gelding any ago 20 00- SWKKPSTAKt ItOADSTHIt RINO 66 Best Stallion mare or gelding any ago 150 00 175 to 1st VX to 2d 12 Speed style and ilurnblllty considered GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence Stanford GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT 1 The Racket Store Stanford Ky Of the entire stock of Dry bode Notions Mens Boys and Childrens Clothiug Boots and Shoos Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Trunks Valises etc to Close Out At 50 Cents On the DollarT- his will bo one of tho greatest slaughtering sales ever known to the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties Como and see for yourselves as la nothing reserved for every dollars worth of goods must positively be closed out by Aug 1001 We hnve no space to mention our low prices but it will pay you to come for mles away and take advantage tilt great closing out ale FOR SALE House and lot on Main Stret hone surrey and spring wagon ICE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG t I QeooPlBlEStlKPTKONS o J Iteceive the most careful Attention and Ere Filled With TUB Best material t The LowestOASH Prices CRAIIG HCKIIRQJ-t