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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1II NEWS NOTES For 1001 tho school per capita will bo 250 The Indiana wheat It estimated poatElla Whcelpr Wilcox lays Americans are too busy to bcpollshed President McKlnloy and wife are a Canton 0 for the summer An Immense throng attended the ir neral of oxGov Pingreo of Detroit John L Sullivan is preparing to meet Charlie Mitchell In the Ustlc ring- sk Miss Viola Marcum aged 22 com milled suicide at Catttettsburg by tak Log morphine t Several persons ware killed by a clr tcue tent blowing down on them at Grand Island Neb In Albany N V Raymond L AN bore a 13yearold boy killed a playmate and committed suicide The grand Jury at Mayfield returned 102 Indictments most of them chars lag violations or tho local option lawshan man comely dressed was found floating In the Kentucky river near Dlunday- i e landingL gross earnings for the flees year ended June 30 show an of 11448400 Tbo total gross oarnln were 29100778 Four Negroes were publicly bangs at Vernon Fla for the murder of a helpless Negro whom they had ordered to leave the country- A Chicago paper sums up tho nu ber of parsons killed all over the country In celebrating the Fourth as 10 and the number of Injured at 1011 At Eldorado Kns Miss Jostle Mo neon was sentenced 10 tho penitentiary for five ycarsall efforts to secure anew trial or arrest of sentence having fall ed The late WT Grant left all of hi estate valued at 1200000 to the LoutItvllle Presbyterian Theological nary The widow gets annuity of I5 000 Riley Brock husband Of Dora Cle Drock former child wlfo of Gen Clay was fined twice at Lexington once for reckless driving and once for drunken pees The Kenton county grand jury re turned another Indictment against Jus tus Uoebol charging him with extort log money from a Covlngton city cm ployo Anna Cantor a 10 old girl claims sho was drugged assaulted and bidden In the woods near Fire Drlck ICy whore she was loft to die alone by a strange man Tbo now taint at Philadelphia is t f largest and conllcit money making In stltutlon In tho world Together with Its machinery It has cost tho govern went about 12000000 Former Llnut Gov Mortimer Nye of Indiana was stricken with paralysis while delivering a Fourth of July dress at Union Mills Ind Ills con ktloo Is considered critical Joseph Lo Conto one of Urn- oldest Instructors In tbo University of California and a chemist employed the Confederate govcrnmcntdurlng t civil war died In the Yosemite Valley while on an outing J P Morgan l Co aro said to have purchased the Northern Pacific Steam ship Company and the Washington ac Alaska Steamship Company This complete Morgana world encircling transportation chain Andrew Carnegie cabled exMayor Rhlnock of Covlngton that ho would give 20000 to build an auditorium In hayIo vertise for bide and to begin work at once One thousand dollars a day Sundays and holidays excepted for the next 48 years Is what ox Senator J N Cam don of West Virginia will receive as a result of the sale of his coal lands In tho Fairmont region Mr Camden Is said to be worth 40000000 B B Wldcncr a wealthy gold acV copper miner of Idaho arrived In ensboro Friday with 10000 for his efator 1n law and her niece Mrs Pau lino WIdener and Miss Pauline Widener who committed suicide four years ago on account of poverty Ho had n heard of their death Charters have been flied at Auet Texas by tho Houston Oil Company with a capitalization of 30COO0000ond the Kirby Lumber Company capital Iz t ed ut 810000000 The former comps ls primarily Intended us a competf of tho Standard Oil Company first Texas and afterward In the domes and exporttrade Allen 0 Myers of Columbus 0 has brought suit In tbo U S district court for 150000 damages against tho Grand a Lodgo of Elks Ho claims bo wrongfully and Illegally expelled from that order that his paper The El was destroyed and his history of t Elks rendered valueless and that the ritual of the order of which ho was t author and proprietor was appropriated and Is now In use i 4 Princeton lall Is empty for tho first time In a half century A woman who claimed to bo the daughter of Queen Victoria died In verty In New 1 ark Judge Hodge of the Newport circuit court Is off In an automobile for a visit Bostontthe multimillion afro tobacco manufacturer and sports moo died In Now York Wilbur Hudson aged 17 shot his father at Caslelttburg and skipped ouk The wound is not a fatal one A man and girl wore murdered In Monroe county Tonn and their bod lei thrown late a burning building Several hundred persons wero poison ed at Ada IT by drinking lemonade Three children are reported dead and many seriously ill England has refused to release an American citizen arrested on the charge of aiding the Doer Tbo claim Is made that a belligerent loses bis na tionality Mrs Carrie E Hayes of Louisville as been arrested In Washington on the charge of collecting funds for a char table Institution which It is alleged dote not oxlst- Sylvester Green of McDowell coun ltp W Va fatally stabbed his wife an withgsa mon ey with which to gamble Tho Federal judge at Natbvlllo re duced the compulsory damages secured against tho Confederate Veteran and bm116sto 3000 The clerks in the internal revenue ofllco will not get any vacations uotl sabotsY d to bo nearly sold out Tbo purchasers expect profits from the rebate osagain he Kentucky Board of Pharmacy to test the validity of tho act establishing the board claiming that Its creation tbY McMurtry In the sale of a patent medl clan The Indians who formerly owned tho laude In Oklahoma which will be open ed for settlement In August will file an Injunction suit to prevent tho govern moat from carrying out the action con templated Tho red men claim their proprerty has been wrested fro them In direct violation of the United Stales constitution A verdant youth dropped into a jew iratehQproprietor Them mighty nlco breastpins you got thar mister What kind of pin would you like to look at- unow much Is this one with a pair IalntingdlFive dollars Flvo dollars Gosh You bnlntgot one with any handsaw on It buvo you 1chop I thought Id like to have Komotbln to wear so folks would know what I was doln Well Ill take It though Id gucede pees III to murk out yes work and tbo square la to measure It when marks- out and any durn tool knows that toads for gimlet TIlE BEST ItEMRDY FOR STOMACH AND NO WRL TROUBLES I have been In the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of iho proprietary medicines of any Among the entire lIt I have never faun anything to equal Chamberlains Calf Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy for stomach and bowel troubles says 0 Wakefleld of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera uiorbus in my family and I have r commended Iud sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire sari s faction It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No family should be without It It Is kept in my house at ail times Fur sale by Orals Hockcr tToday sees tho last of tho raven medlglad Weve licked enough stamps in the loaf three years to lost tbo Dial In saliva but like McGlnty she is still hetorr ticcrat Whnt most people want Is sometbi mild and gentle when in need of a ic Chamberlains Stomach and Llv Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are Fwor Bale by Craig Hockcr Druggists viha to a rateh0for particulars W C Rlneareon P A Cincinnati LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J C Hays sold to S Morgan 24 hogs at Co Mark Hordln sold to R C Hocker a GaS of J F Cook 10 100 pound hose at Cc The Paris Kentuckian reports sale of 03 export cattle at 040 E P Woods bought of Stigall Bros GOpound lambs at 3c R C Nunnellcy sold to Emmett Mc Cormack 133 lambs at 323 Reid Embry sold to Lutes Co a 1700pound bay bull at 20 J Carroll Bailey Is handling J E Farris handsome maro Susie Isaiah White bought of Wm String er a sow and seven shoats for 120 R L Go o sold to J F Cook 22 lambs averaging 85 pounds at Cc Store your wheat with Morris Fred at tho Farmers Roller Mills Stan ford John B Kennedy of Bourbon sold to J P Sullivan 1450pound cattle at 5 40 L C Ewing proprietor of tbo Parks vllle Roller Mills bought of Wells Tewmey his crop of wheat at COc Great Britain purchased 408000000 IndTho wheat crops of Woodford Scott and Fayctte counties are threatened with serious injury because of a strike of nero field hood W M Matbcny bought of George Holmes 38 stock hogs at 13 They av about 60 pounds Ho bought other bunches at 4o The great Hindoo Is dead Slro pf McClellandIwas owned by Clay S Woodford John B Slaughter of Fort Worth Texas bought the ranch and cattle of the NavOMcCbord Cattle Company of Thetacres and 7000 cattle In the Texas Panhan dIe COURT DAY There were very few cattle on the market yesterday and only two or three sales were made At Florences pone several heifers brought 3 to 3c and cows 21 to 21c The horse and mule market was the dullest of the yearRobert Waddcil the noted Western horse was badly beaten at Chicago in the Great Western Stakes Waddell byrnand Star Chamber third He gave away too much weight to the other horses nomne by C F Clay Lady Pepper by Onward stepped a tolls for him In 213i He worked the fast mare Lila W 213J a mile In 215 Ashbow a threeyearold by Ashland Wilkes In the same string trotted a ratio in 221 Hat and Agnes LoMay a four yearold pacer by the same sire sego hated the distance In 2231 last half in 103 The threeyearold Mary Steele was given a mile in 223 while the four yoar old Dido by Uumbetta Wilkes circled the track In 2101 BACK IN THE HAKNESS The Record had about concluded that Bro W P Walton had goon It the shake n not a single copy of his new paper the HarrodsbUrg Democrat reached our desk until Saturday The paper pre appearanceGhead had been installed the matte- thoroughly classified the ads nicely distributed and well set while the edi tonal column Is chuck lull of such bright up tathe minute matter as only Col Waltons bright pen can produce toda provements be made on It By the way bolaWg road commissioner which fact goes to show that his party appreciates the years of hard labor bo has put in for Us advancement and welfare Contra Record ONE FARE TO DKTROIT Tickets will be on sale from all stations via Queen S Crescent Route July 232 good to return until Aug 2d account Brotborbi fo particulars SUMMER EXCURSIONS TO S DAKOTA AND MINNESOTA Via Queen L Crescent Route at very low rates Tickets will be on sale July 10 and Sept 10 final limit Oct 31 Ask ticket agents for particulars ngGov Taft of the Philippine Islands eris engaging school teachers in the United States for sqrvlce in the islands half of whom must bo women Five hundred and sixty miles In 24 hours Is the record for a steamship The record for a sailing ship Is 325 miles in 24 hours isDaniel was the only man not spoiled by being lionized LANCASTER Mr Reuben Naylor has been hic coughing Incessantly since Wednesday and It Is feared he cant last long 80 la very old Rev L Robinson of the Methodist church here has gone to Sao Francis co and through California oa a months vacation Mr John Moss who has suffered a great deal from a kick received leer week Is some better and will soon be able to go about Rev John R Deerlng of Lexington who is presiding elder of the Metho dist church of the Danville district preached two excellent sermons here SundarIGen D R Collier has received In formation that his too MBJ W H Col PhUlpploclhIBl armyAbe held at the Presbyterian church hero for one day only July 18 All the Sun day schools In the county will send delegates and a helpful and interesting service is anticipated Surveyors locating the routo for the Southern extension now have their tents pitched on tbo college campus quiteGypsyllkecations are that this route will bo the ono by which the road will be run Heres hoping It will be The ladles of the Methodist church SaturdyInTllletts millinery establishment They will be prepared to furnish you with all kinds of good things and your pa tronage will be appreciated The pro ceeds will go toward improving tbo lot occupied by the parsonage Quito a number of our people attended the camp meeting at Preachersvllle Sunday and Sunday night A large crowd and an Interesting meeting are reported Miss Annie Austin la recu at Dripping Springs and Is improving rapidly The excellent wa ter fled pleasant surroundings at that resort are enough to Improve flag one Mr H B Northcott was in Cincin nail last week Mr Wm Ward has been in Livingston Mr and Mrs W T Short visited the latter slsterMrs C D Powell Dr Acton left Saturday morning for Eubanks to see his broth er who Is very but Is believed to be some better now Miss Nannie Ander son is quite sick Miss Fannlo Aus tip and r S D Turner went over to Crab Orchard Thursday Misses Sal lie and Martha Tlllett have removed to a part of the rooms vacated by the family of O C Hcbcrllog Mr Fred Stone and family hero gone to Brod head to spend three or four weeks SaturdayfrolDcompanied by her motbcrtnIaw Diva Jack Dunn of Bryantsvllle has been the guest of Mrs John Bollard Mr Louis Dllllon and wife of Livingston are vUltlng the family of Capt Dilllou Miss Bessie Baieon has returned from a delightful visit to Stanford island Mr Tom Stevens who hoe been sick for so 10nlII gradually growing worse He Is both blind and deaf and HolyaMurphy Annie Royston Nanplu Royston and Prof J H Patterson left Saturday night for Buffalo to attend the Pan American Exposition Miss Catherine inrDaullbmaDIand Mattlo Mao Robin son CURE FOR cUOLERA INFANTUM NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL During last may an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cholera in fantum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used ac- cuding to directions In two days time tho child had fully recovered Tha child is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to tall Mrs Curtis byaCraig a Hocker 0dA lame shoulder is usually caused bY rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamberlain Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Hocker Druggists In a fight between +aon1oamen and labor organizers In Hopkins county a man named Rooney shot Gabriel Stokes perhaps fatally John W Edwards a photographer of Babcrton 0 mistook Charles Waltze man for a burglar and killed him At Indianapolis the grand jury Is taking sensational testimony as to the socalled Insanity Trust DalsySulllvao recently pardoned by Gov Beckbam died In the prison hoe petal at Frankfort Martha White was shot from ambush and killed In Bell county r I T1 TJTT I = = f 8 o r= r= I Buy Your Thin Tiling Now 1P1 I IJ ITROUSERS All at a Thin Price fi 11ITPAYS TO TRADE AT GLOBE t rr RepairingeYour money back If youre not satisfied li1 mILLER HIRSCH Danville CoP= Aiiii = = = = =ir Z J fj fI ti iI 1tIo tj9 iIl71ifd ajj J itt ilC t els COOLER I Pil1iIIwfiJi You can keep much cooler than you now arerot UP tJou out with ourline of fJ 4botweather goods 5 r Neglige Shirts r1 fIsomShirts Ep Shirt Waists x Gauze Underwear r Low Cut Shoes If HatsA b f Q Serge Coats fj t Flannel Coats It fIa T TERMS CASHs auW H J McROBEftTS4 alt t it lfS l 5 4 tt1I 44 Sj k 4 4 iipti i i WATCH ECEi1E 00 NEXT ISSHE HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford Q Stafford Female College A Christian Home School for the higher education ol girls and young ladles regularstudy Literary nod Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session will open Monday September 2J Tuition fees range from flO to 125 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks 1100 For catalogue address IB T lOSTKIEJZT N Prim Stanford Xy A C SINECONTRACTOR a BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here 1 carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate any prices offered ss I r rI i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON TUB outlook for lion James B Mc Creary for U S Senator grows brhrht cr aa democratic nominations for repro eentatlvo and State Senator are made He gets about one a week now but a few days ago four gentlemen Itronlr for hlw were given the banner to car ry In democratic districts The repub Means and the dlatlneulthed jrentleirj who are opposing Mr McCreary have all seen the handwriting on the vall and readily realize that It la a waste of time and money to try to defeat that gallant statesman and tried and true democrat Deboos day as Senator tor which oQlco the good Lord never created him Is rapidly drawing to a close and soon he will be sent back to his outraged constituency and his seat In the Senate filled by a gentleman whoo name will not make Kentuckians blush with shame when they hear It A better day Is In eight for which let us aU l give thanks WHEN Congress a number of years ago reduced the postage on newspapers tI to one cent a pound to publishers It- had no Intention of throwing down tho bare to all classes of advertising sheet to paaa through the malls at a mere nominal Abuses however have grown flagrant that three fourths of all the weight of mall matter handled by the government Is what Is termed sccoo claaa matter which pays less than M 000000 of the 110000000 revenue of the postofflce department The post roaster general has just made a rulln that will throw much of the matter Into the third class which is charged at the rate of half a cent an ounce The In tension of Congress In fixing so Iowa i rate for newspapers was to encourag their circulation but there never was a law that scoundrels could not take advantage of and the one mentioned Is no exception to the rule Il IN speaking of Gov Beckhams EC lection of a successor to Judge J H Tinsley of the 27th judicial district the Lexington Herald shows that It hasnt lost all of Its milk of human kindness by saying tbat Mr Dlshraai is an excellent lawyer an upright gen tleman and will discharge the duties of the position with fidelity Industry and honesty His father the late John Dlshman was a leader at the bar and his son Is a chip off the old block It was reported that Gov Beckhan had concluded to tender this office to James D Black Egqwho was one of his competitors for the democratic nom- Ination for governor It would have been a graceful compliment and Mr Black would have adorned the bench But no one can justly criticise the ape polntment of Judge Dlshman TILE following sensible editorial ap pared In Fridays Mt Vernon Signal It shows very plainly that Editor Al- brightia not In sympathy with the gang who at the suggestion of jack lei x lawyers are ready and willing to sue anybody for anything U they think they have a show by prejudice tfroth erwlse to get a dollar or so A few more verdicts like that one rendered In Louisville last week In the case of Johnny Stamper vs the Courier Jour nal will put a stop to such cattle as the preacher from jumping up and want- Ing to bring suit for damaged every time a newspaper says something about their meanness In this county there is pending now a suit similar to that which was brought against the Courier Journal and when tried will and ought to bo decided like It Tim citizens of Madison county ex pect that a compromis riIl be reached regarding the disposition of the grounds and buildings in Richmond which for merly belonged to Central University says a dispatch from Richmond We hope some agreement will bo reached and that soon contention about the whole business will cease Richmond and her liberal citizens very naturally dislike to give up Central University but it has been decreed and they will show their good judgment by not kick ing against the pricks COLUMIIIA University of New York is to have a chair of Chinese language and literature but we herrtlly agree with an exchange that the universIty will remain Incomplete until it Introduces a chair of Deboo conversation and history Will the Columbia Unl verslsv take this gentle hint or will It continue in Its unfinished state AN exchange asks where Is Ted dy We can not answer but we do know that he has kept himself from public view longer than be usually does and we fear be was one of the vie Urns of the recent heated spell LEXINGTON woraeji sent a box of clothing food and other necessities to the family of James Howard at Mans Chester This Is better than giving shyster lawyers money to try and save Howards neck MANY of the editorials In the Ow enaboro Messenger and Paducah Stan dard are verbatim but they are so good that no kick should be made Gov McCreary said to theLexington Democrat that the senatorial situation was all he could ask a L u M KENTUCKY will spend over 12000 000 this year to educate her children In the public schools This Is an enormous amount but If It la judicious spent which It likely will be the tax payers of the Commonwealth will havo no cause to kick Money spent for edt onion pays tho biggest Interest of all Investments and it la a pity more of our wealth does not go that way- POLITICAL Gov Beckhara will attend the Good Roads Conventlorf at Hopklnsjlll tomorrow Hon A B Klttrldge will bo appoint cd United Statue Senator of South Dakota to succeed James H Kyle Senator McLaurin of South Care Una delivered a hot expansion speech at Spartansburg his State July 4 Scott county republicans put four Bopover democrats on their ticket which will and should bo defeated Charles G Dawes controller of currency has tendered his resignation the president to tako effect next Octo berDr J O Robinson democratic nom- Inee for representative of Franklin county says he is for E H Taylor Jr For U S Senator Wade Godsey has been appointed postmaster at Troublesome Perry county and Martin Carnes Jr at Walker Knox county Hon John D White the Crested Jayhawker has taken the stump igaln He made a prohibition speed at Shelbyvllle yesterday George Washington la dead while Congressman Grosvenor Is alive but thlss by no means the only different between themCommoner- Mr Hanna Insists that the tarjff beet severely alone It must be that he expects to find It necessary to fry an unusual amount of fat In 1004 Commoner Toe republicans of the 17th judicial district have called a primary for September 17th to select a candidate for Ircult judge Judge Tlnsley was judge of this district The Porto Rican general assembly elebrated Independence day by the ninlmous adoption of the free trade revolution and It was signed by Gov Allen July 23 Is designated as the time for the removal of the tariff and resident McKinley la asked to issue his proclamation on that date The Ohio democratic State conven tlon will meet In Columbus tomorrow No effort will bo made to Indorse Mc Lean Johnson or anyone else for Sena tor Nearly all the leaders of the gold jraocrats are delegates to the convent tlon They will oppose any reference In the platform to the silver question The nomination of Col James Kll bourne for governor Is said to be a8surI ed ADDITIONAL LOCAL 25a MADRAS at IDs Severance A Sons TUE weather Isdelightfully pleas ant now put the fear tbat It wont last ng keeps us from enjoying it as much as we might otherwise NARROWESCAPEThomas Will and Jame Boone of the May wood sec tloDhad a narrow escape the other day They had their thresher on W T ickera farm and during a storm pulled It Into hIs barn Lightning struck the building setting It on fire and bad Iv stunning the throb gentlemen who- did not get over the shock for an hour or more The fire was extinguished fore much damage was done and Mr Tucker and the Messrs Boone are Tankful that they got off as well as- they did McKECHNiE Mrs James McKech nie wife of our clever countyman died In New York Friday as the result ofIaD operation and was burled at caster yesterday afternoon Mrs Mc echnie with her husband and family moed to Lincoln from Boyle a year aao but she was originally from Wayne countv where she was held In bl gb esteem and where the announcement of her death will cause universal sorrow Deceased was about 50 years old and left besides her devoted husband six children who will keenly feel the- loss of a tender mothers guidance Peace to her ashes and sympathy for- those who weep over her departure Card From Caseys Next Judge I desire to announce through the INTERIOR JOURNAL to Its readers who live In Casey county that the demo cratlc county committee met in Liber tv on the 24th day of Juno and after mature deliberation based on an expression of the people of the various precincts throughout the county gave me the nomination for the otllco of county judge I have decided after llcltatlon from my friends of both parties to accept the nomination and make the best tight I can First I want- to thank tho voters who asked the committee to give me the nomination and rther express my gratitude to the committee who are a noblo set of men byivlntrest office In tno county The honor the more appreciated because of the 101 good men In Casey who could beat Capt Raines Tho honor and duty has fallen on mo and by the cooperation to hopedoambition and that Is to be elected and- as I believe a public office Is a public trust I desire to be an Impartial faithful competent officer M W JONES Clerk of Court of Appeals Sam lackelford Is the father of a girl Miss Della Fisher aged 27j Is dead at Richmond 3 H CHURCH MATTERS Kentucky has 325 Christian Endeavor Societies with 0600 members Eld J G Livingston will preach al Halls Gap church Sunday morning and nightTho International Convention or Christian Endeavorers Is In session In Cincinnati Africa Is said to have 200000000 people who have never seen a Bible or heard the gospel preached Wllmoro will have Its camp meeting Aug 1322 with tho Rev C J Fowler D D of Haverhlll Mass In charge A mob drove 21 disciples of John Alexander Dowlo out of Evanston Ill Only a tow days agothny were egged Geo A Kllngman will begin a so lea of meetings Tuesday night at the meeting place of the church on Lan laster street Union services will be bold at the Methodist church next Sunday night The sermon will be preached by Rev- S M Rankin Rev John R Decrlng presldldg cider of the Danville district will In a taw days sail for London whore he will represent the Kentucky Confer once at the Ecumenical Methodist Con erence Sept 1121 t While on his way to the camp meet ng at Preachersvllle last week Roy T C Morrison stopped over In Stan ord and greeted many of his old rlenda He was once pastor of the Methodist church hero and Is general favorite with the people of Stanford- MATRIMONIAL Jack Ballard and Mlsa Sarah Lqvlng of Brodhead were married at Mt Vernon last week- Attorney General Taylor of Indiana Is preparing to investigate the mar rlaJle business at Jefforsonville Gotlelb Neldrlch and Mlsa Minnie llcupp will be married at MIke Wll ppa tomorrow The Intended groom Is from Wheeling W Va J E Rout son of Mr J H Rout wail married In Louisville a few days ago to Miss Clara Bloom a handsome oung lady of that city Mr Rout Is one of the L Na youngest and bust nglneeri and is a fine young man in very way He And hIs bride came at once to his fathers hero where they ere heartily received At Grlffithsvllle W Va Minnie Waddell aged 12 shot a burglar as he- wail entering her home during the ab inca of her parents and then stood watcb through the night over her rounded victim till her parents rev turned in the morning W H Collier of Lancaster has reached LouIsville from the Philip pines He has been mustered out of rvlce SHELBY CITY John Tuttle has closed the doors of his store to await the settlement with his creditors his business proving not profitable 1 The Currey Wholesale Grocery Co put Mr Win Wallace of Point Leav ell on the road last week to meet tht demands of their Increasing trade The Junction City prize Maccabc degree team wont to Barbourvlllo Sat urday to Initiate a number of member Into a tent there it Is composed ol J E Booth E C Cosby Matt Engleman G W Aaroos W B Burke Wlllian Surber Dick West Drs Steele and Chase and Charles Llnglo On Friday night about 30 of the Dan vlllo Junction City and Shelby City friends of Miss Mattie Brand stormed her led by Mr Edwin Booth of June lion City This was a send off to Misi Mattlo She entertained tho crowd very enjoyably in about 1 oclock when they all departed wishing her a pleasant trip Tbocolored picnic on the 4th proved a soaker for many a swell turnout of gaudily dressed dudes and dudlnes The Logan Town Band in Buazloy Bros wagonette came hero but the rail soon ran them out of the woods Into the shelter of the U B F Hall where there were refreshments and mustcbu the dancing had to be left out on ac count of want of room Miss Mettle Cowao of Turneravllle spent a portion of last week with her Friend Miss Loula Leigh Elbert MI nor of Rollings was the guest of his brother Lucten Minor and while here Urchaied dry goods of our general merchant Mr George Rocker Mrs Settle Rector of Casey county returned home last week after a few day stay with her slater Miss Lena Turner Mrs Clara Roller and Mrs Mary Vlllnrd and daughters Misses Eva and Stella Wlllard of Gravel Switch are the guests of Mrs as GUncox On Tuesday night last Mfed Edna Shivel entertained about 30 of her Danville unction City and Shelby City friend at the home of her mother Mrs Joo Vrlgbt Mr David Dunn and wife of nderson lad returned home Thur day to visit their parents Mr and Mrs James Dunn and Mrs Hayes Chris onher Engleman who haaapent three months in Hamilton 0 returned home last week Mlsa Mattto Brand nowt amiable young lady left Sunday lor a trip to Mansfield Grecncastle Salem and Indianapolis to be absent bout six weeks with relatives flyesea Tatura was shot and killed at a dance near Valley View Reuben HaU Is charged with the crime While cleaning a revolver William um of Carlisle accidentally shot anll fatallywounded his wife To the Members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Company And Whomsoever It May Concern Various falsehoods Intended to Insure tho Kentucky Growers Insurance Company uo being circulated by local agents of other companies la certain localities Each very ono of these stories this company denounce as and malicious and sends warn- Ing thereof to those giving circulation to them Tho Kentucky Growers Insurance Company was never In II moro flourishing condItion than It is now It owes but ono Ions a rouse entailed to minor children now being rebuilt by the company nod has practically- sooutside debUtWere It to quit business today It able to refund any unearned It may have collected Its outgoing call for the yotr has been so far and will be to the and ample to meet any possible losses Tile rate Is the sumo as last year and can not sow be altered or Increased tho law no tbose who are yot subject to call on last calf of year need have no uneasiness on that score This company Is under the direct of character and of who show their faith In It hoardcornposedayetto and Leslie Cleveland of Jessamine all calls are Hairs of the Company are bimonthly also periodically by tho full board it directors The Company Is Independent of ull others nono of Its oBlcers ave or ever had any connection with any other Its directory Is composed of succcss ful business men farmers running a farmers company In the Interest of farmers It take its members and friends to believe In It attucn no credoncrf to taiga tales con cornIng It They have no basis of fact whatever to rest on nnd may be traced to tho Cunning mind of acme unscrupulous agent In search of a fee for himself Ilowaro of the nan who solicits your business by his pretended knowledge of his rivals af- faIr The presumption of fairness Is against him Tho Growers Is all right nd solicits the farmers Insurance Those are the Orowers Directors A J iorham county O 8 Williams WoodfordountT Sidney Iledford Jus P lIu- lett Franklin A Logan Newton Frazier Jr Shelby county W I Cox An erson countycountlr 8 P Eastland Mercer county D W Uunn T A Ilrad sy Boyle J K Lincoln county Q T HlKRtnbotbam Oarrard oudy Jacob Troutman A L Chrlsman Jussamlne county Very truly KENTUCKY OKOWEUS INSCUANOE CO 58 E Short St Lexington Ky ITHEati- ona1 Weekly Investment Co IHCORPORflTEO Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky For Good Goods AT Low Prices Call on George H Farris Co MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY- A FirstClass Hoarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ten teachers who were educated at the leading Institutions of America and hrtvo wade brilliant records all instructors ono a specialist In her de partment Music department exceptionally strong School apparatus general excellent tare fussy teachers Frequent lectures equipment free by the principal on his recent travels In Palestine and Europe De llghtfu and healthful location only one serious caw of sickness In 13 years Prices no higher than other firstclass schools nor than many Inferior ones Bend for catalogue v The Louisville Storesf1 GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE TO QUIT BUSINESS I Will continuo until every dollars worth of goods U sold If you have pot taken advantage of this great slaughter IDsk your neighbor who has Dontswait until the best goods lire all picked out you may new have such a Chanco again to buy good reliable goals 1 At Cost and Below Cost Now Is the time to lay In your dry goods shoes clothing carpets mailings etc All these goods will be offered now at hall price and loss than half price We must get rid of all these goods and killing prices will do It All pulicocs such ns null 0 blue oil red silver gray bimpsons black light and all fancies as long as this lot will last at 3 l2 Heavy yardwide sheeting cotton GO bolts left 412c Boys linen pants sizes 1 to 15 years to close out at only IQc Mens 15clply linen col lars latest styles at 5c Ladies 1 CO and 2 kid gloves all sizes and colors go in this sale at 69c 300 piths ladies custom made sample shoes worth front 1 to Iat pair come tad got your pick froth this lot at 69c We must sell every pair of shoes and slippers the store cost will not bo considered Mens percale shirts collars and cuilti attached to close at only 39c Best brand 1Jotftonadc you pay 15c a yard Ui other stores in this sale at only 10c Good pearl buttons lOc n dozen only n worthJ nt Ladies fine shirt waists worth 1 in this stile 49c All 2 dressjskirts black and fancy for this sale 98c NVo have the largest stock and cheapest line of lap dusters in Lincoln countIMens fancy socks worth 25c a pair as long as theytlast at 10c Lace curtains JJ yds lonntworth 1 a pair in this only 49e Dont put off coming this Is but one chance In a lifetime to buy good reliable goods At and below cost THE LOUISVILLE STORE Salinger Bros Props Stanford Ky SUMMER CLOTHING See our Light Weight Clothing Light Trous ers Low Cut Shoes Light Underwear Straw Hats Negligee Shirts and Neckwear Everything N eaaea To Dress You Nicely and Comfortably in hot weather Sea sonable Goods for Summer Time High est Qualities Lowest Prices Ladies Shoes a Specialty i Cummins MeClarv Here We Are Again SCRIP Our Midsummer Clearance Bale begins July 1st Every line embracing furniture drpetsr Wall Ru sJ j r Matting Shades Picture Frames Sewing Machines Oi gang etc Is to date He otter Irlpeclal Inducements In the wayof couponwhich 1 me I give you n REBATE STAMP with which you draw premiums 11wblteopportunity to buy goods of a merchant who has ono price and t a low cash Our large wagon will start tho country July lets In store for you wfwithr5 tanforI 1 fus THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 0 1001 TRY the Judge Taft clear for a choice smoke at Ponnya Drug Store IOCR prescription work Is Unsurpass PeDDy1Dru PERSONALS MRS AMERICA Rout Is quito with flux a1 MRS J3 A KKMII ol Mlddlciboro o with hor son Mr P E Kemp SENATOR G T FRRISJ of Lancas ter was bore yesterday shaking hands 0 R WILKINSON secretory of the Liberty fair was hero yesterday adver tising Mns DR E J DROWN spent a por Lion of last week with relatives at Ml Vernon 0 MISSES LVCILK COOPER and Virgin- Ia Plckcll aro visiting friends at Uus tonvlllo ATTORNEY JOHN W BROWN and Mr Fritz Krueger of Mt Vernon were hero Friday MRS J n STEPHENS spent sometime I with her daughter Mrs James A Tucker at Livingston THOMAS T LACKEY whb Is prosper lag In St Louis arrived Sunday to visit the bomcfolks hero MR OEO T MCROIIERTS of Brod head was hero yesterday on his way to visit hid daughter at Lowell MRS J E FARRIS and Mrs 0 C Keller Jr and dhildren are spending the week with relatives In Danville MISSES BESSIE AND SCSIE HOSKINB of PJnevlllo are guests of their aunt Mrs M F North In the West End COL W O WELCHS many friends will be glad to learn that bo continues to Improve at Crab Orchard Springs MR M F ELKIN started for batty t ylllo Sunday wnero he was to have or ganlzcd a Maccabco lodge last night MR M J FARRIS and family are tooting Into their beautiful residence on East Main Street Danville News MISSES HATTIE AND MARGARET KUARN of Pcrryvllle are guests of Mrs J U Tucker In tbo Maywood sectionMR B C ALLENwlfo and handsome little son Mike Sautley of Harrods burg aro guests at Crab Orchard SpringsJ COOK of the Lexington Union Stock Yard was hero last week to too his sister Miss Mary Cook who con tlnues lit- CAPT J B DOCOLAS of Jelllcowas hero this week attending tbo meeting of the Knights Templar Richmond Paniagrapb DR W W BCRQlN wife and mother Mr Mary Burgln of Richmond were hero Saturday returning from Crab Orchard We aro glad to report that Mrs El t III Harklcroad who has been quite V sick for the past week Is Improving London Demucrat Mil SAMUEL RECD and family of near Dalla Texas aro visiting Vela lives and old friends In the outhcrn End of this county LITTLE MISSES ANNIE LEWIS AND KATHERINE GENTRY of Danville are andtMrs James REV II C MORRISON of Louisville was raSaturdaywith Rev W E Arnold lie preached at tho Preach orsvlllo camp meeting Sunday Mn Q O JONES of Ca oy who was hero yesterday told us that ho has an oil well on his place which ho may have experts to Investigate soon MESDAMES D N WILLIAMS and Clco Brown of Mt Vcrnon and Georgetown respectively aro guests of the family of Mr M C Williams MRS A W CARPENTER and two shlldren of Lincoln after visiting Mrs Amanda Couchman and others In tho city left to visit friends at Midway Winchester Democrat MESSRS J 0 COULTER aed James Glbony of Casey were hero Saturday y soliciting special premiums for the Ca soy county fair which will bo hold at Liberty Aug 14 15 and 10 and secured a good amount Miss LUCY MILLER GIVENS entertained very delightfully a few oyo nlnga since In honor of Miss Josophlno Hayden of Winchester A number of MIss GIvens little friends were pres ent and all had a good time SATURDAYS Louisville Times con C tamed a good picture of Elder George lGowen pastor of the Christian churches at Lancaster and Rubble sow oral years lie Is now pastor of tho it Broadway Christian church of Louis villaMRSMARY BOWMAN gavo a very Jif pleashol card party complimentary to Miss Cocklo of Chicago and Miss titWatvon of Lexington Miss Josephine Reid the Eight Hand Eu chro Club very delightfully last Wednesday afternoon Advocate Du ED ALCORN makes this compll montary mention In the Advocate of a gentleman who will soon move to Stan ford Rev B J PInkerton who has had charge of the college horn for flvo years has boon elected president of Stanford Female College and will nice charge September next Many of us 1regret that ho finds It best to go away that the school herowill bo as remunerative as that Ue la a thor scholar a orator and an all around polished gentlemad c R MRS M C SAUFLEV Is spending the week at Crab Orchard Springs MRS RICHARD BIHH of the Turners vllle section has been quite Ill S II Fox of Danvlllo was hero yesterday advertising the fair at that place Mug NANNIE T WEARER of Lek Inglon Is visiting her son W U Wcaron Mil M H COLLINS of Ke lee joined his wife at Sheriff 8 M Owens yesterdayMR M NEWLAND of Dallas Texas Is with his parents Mr and Mrs T D Newland- D F THOMPSON who has been In Business near Greenfield Ill has re turned to his father Mr A J Thump sons Geoitan D WKATiiEitrcmn and VV S Dryc of Ilustonvtllo were hero talking up tho best fair In the blue grass yesterday CLARENCE COLEMAN our war correspondent is again on this continent A letter received from him this morn leg at San Francisco will appear next Isiuo Miss HELEN TAYLOR left for llus tonvlllo Saturday to spend tho summer with her parents Mr and Mrs James Taylor Mrs R D Mahony Is visiting Mrs Dr WB Peony Advocate ED M MCCARTY son of W L Me CAr of ICIogsvillc has proven him self a hero at his now home at Ada I T by saving two gentlemen from drowning both of whom had gone down twice LOCALS Duo FINISH at Craig b Hockori IICSTONVILLE FAlIt July 31 thrso days Go toCralgt Flockcra for perfect fitting spectacles HANDSOME glue bloa at only 25o per dozen Coo U Farrls fe Co PLENTY handmade harness of the latest pattern on hand J C McClary No such prices ever mado before In Stanford ac Severance fc Sons aro mak log on wash goods DONT getsome ot those cotton coverts on cleaning up counters at Co per yard Severance Sons CASEY county people here yesterda- complained of A severe drouth In va rious sections of tho State of Casey i A TON of postage It mpie was re ceived at the Xoyr York postoRico the other day Postmaster Florence doesnt order In quite as largo lots TOM GILL who has boon In jail nearly a dozen times In tht last five years was put in again yesterday charged with beating his brotherla law LOST an Odd Follows pin three links with bar above on which Is In scribed tho word Mother Will give- S for Us return Waverly Hamilton SOME 25 or 30 of the boys who hay o boon serving Uncle Sam In the Philip pines pasted on yesterdays Southbound train They were almost as brown as a ginger cake TKN oftho Junction City Tent of Maccabees headed by Dr J R Steele wont to Darbourvlllo Satur day to assist In Initiating a number of candidates thorn that night A FRANKFORT ttelegramays that In corporation articles warn led In the ofllce of the secretary of State by tho Green River OH and Gas Company of Casey county Tho capital stock of the company Is 81000 and G A Prowltt George E Stone and J W Hosklnsall of Casey are the Incorporators READ the adverUeemof the Ken tucky Growers Iniuranco Company of Lexington In another column The company is all right and has never failed to pay a loss nor asked a knock oil where there was a loss That Mr J Daughman is a director In tho company Is good proof of Its security IN tbo coucty court yesterday the will of Leo Irvlno was probated It named his sonIn law W P Glvons i executor without bond Tho instru moot bears date of Juno 13 1001 and Messrs D F Powell and R G Denny aro the witnesses Q C Jones of Casey qualified as administrator of Dr Hd M Kates who loft no will His es tate Is estimated at 810000 THERE were 175 rlvala at Crab Orchard Springs last week and otlll they como Tho most delightful and accessible summer resort In Kentucky is rapidly Oiling up and there is every reason why it should The faro Is ex collont this year and Mr and Mrs J D Willis aro making everybody feel that It IB good to bo hero Go and spend a week and be benefited LIVERY OUTFIT CHANGES HANDS James Hi Boone of the Maywood see tlon has bought of J H Ward his livery outfit on Depot street for 11250 and sold to Mr Ward his farm of acres for a like amount Mr Boone took chargo of the stable yesterday and will move his family to town In a low days Mr Ward will go to his farm at once Mr Boono Is wellknown In Stanford Is a popular and deserving young man and should do in his now Held Mr Ward has made friends during his sojourn here but has not found tho livery business profitable WHITE grey and black silk gloves Severance Sons BUTTERICIC Patterns for August can now bo gotten at John P Jones Loot at Severance Sons ad They mean to close out their summer goods prices will do It Ilf REMEMIIER that our terms are cash cash prices on feed of all kinds H Baughman Co W M BRIGHT bought tbo 23 acres of land adjoining his farm and owned- by the James Givens heirs yesterday at 880 10 ILOST between Stanford and Rowland metalIHON M AUELE who has mado soy oral speeches In this county woo the democratic nomination for assessor of Kenton county by over MISSES ADAMS of Hustonvlllc will sell their millinery stock on reasonable terms Good stand Contemplate moving causes them to soil Write or call was tho dullest court Stanford has bad this century Hardly half the usual crowd came to town and very little business was transacted In any way WAVERLY HAMILTON and wife bad a narrow escape from being bitten by a mad dog a few days ago Tbo canine chased them but Waverly and wife are bush good sprinters and got out of the uogs way Carroll Shanks killed the mad brute later ESTRAY HOGS Three hogs ono weighing about 175 pounds another about 150 and the third about 100 two barrow and one sow have been In the cstray pen a week Owner please call and pay expenses on them R G Jones marshal A SEVERE wind ball and rain storm passed over the Parlor Grove section of Lincoln county a few evenings since A number of tree were blown down a cow belonging to Mont Howard was killed while fences and crops suffered severely Mr Val Fagalcy tells us excitwas caus ed Saturday afternoon by Marshal coloredywant to go before Judge Carson Mr Jones had to bring his stick into use as well as get assistance before the darkey would go Ho was arrested for swearing on the street and his trial is sot for this morn lug Ho got out of jail on a 850 bond LARGE crowds aro attending the Preacher vllle camp meeting Mr Hugh Scargent who was hero yester day told us The best of order Is be log kept and be thinks much good will result from the mealing A number have asked to bo prayed for Tho tent used Is a mammoth one seating be twecnj500 and 2000 people and It Is frequently full Rev H C Morrison Is doing most of the preaching AT the Red Mens celebration at Llv Ingston last week a prize for tho ugli est woman was divided between Mes damns Suslo Mulllns and C A Moore which Is a joke Indeed as they are both unusually good looking women Miss Clco Mulling won tbo honor of be Ing tho prettiest girl present but had a bard tight to beat Miss Annie Thorap son Mlt Frazier of Plttsburg beat handsome Logo Thompson In the contest for tbo handsomest man JONES FOR JUDGEWe neither a prophet nor a son of one but well wager that Mr M W Jones of Mid dlcburg will bo Casey countys next judge The democrats have nominated him and whllo bo will havo no running mates In his party bo will havo ono In Judge Raines tho republican nominee who wo predict he will distance In No vember Mr Jones Is a fine gentleman and will make Casey county a judge of whom she will have reason to be proud THE past week has been a lively one for tho banks hero that Is they have handled more checks than in a similar period for a long time July settle ments and tho repealof tho revenue stamp tax havo mado business good as far as checking out money Is concerned Ono banker remarked that from the number of checks some of his patrons havo given since July 1 ho judges that they are making a siren uous effort to get straight with tho world but must have been pretty far behind when they resolvdd to owe no man SHOOTING At Crab Orchard about 1 oclock Sunday morning James Ken nedy and John Payno engaged in a shooting bee Irfwhlch three shots were fired by tho former and ono by the lat ter but neither of the boys was wound ed A bullet from Kennedys pistol struck Mlnclo Brooks however and she has a painful wound in ono of her arms The boys loll out over the Brooks woman A writ was issued for young Kennedy and placed in Deputy Sheriff Joe A Shannoga hands Ho went immediately to Mr Kennedys homo and remained there till day break but found no trace of the young man Kennedy it la said had only three cartridges In his pistol and Payne but one or the shooting might have continued longer and resulted more se riously y i r Go to John P Jones for school shoes good and cheap TilE Lancaster and Stanford colored base ball teams will cross bats here this afternoonINo SALEMr Joseph Ginsburg has decided not to sell his household and kitchen furniture as advertised Ho may sell on a date later DUDDERAR Little Iva Banks daughter of Mr and Mrs David Dud derar died at 5 oclock yesterday morning and was burled at Goshen church late in the afternoon The lit tie thing had been a sufferer for sotto tlmcITHE traction engine clover huller and separator sold by Master Commis boner R C Wnrron yesterday to sat isfy a debt against W C Myers Co brought 8525 about half of tbo amount due The plaintiff bought the engine and separator and John Cash the hub ler AMONO our promptest paying subscribers is Mr Henry Blankenbbip of the Preachcrsvillo section who got a receipt for the INTERIOR JOURNAL a year In advance yesterday Ive got my taxes and my paper paid now so Im all right he remarked as he handed us a silver dollar Mr Blank ensblp is right at 70 years old and dur log that long time has never served as juror He has no conscientious scruples about serving however but has never been asked although he would make a good on- eExecutors Notice I The creditors of D W Vandeveer decd are hercbuy qotlfled to present their claims dulyprovensettleThisVAXDEVESRExecutrix NONE BUT GENUINE andFixturesUnless the name Deering appears on them you genuineI FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mule constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now open for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the shaded grounds present a pleasant ap attentiondren under 12 years of nee 8250 horses 350 per week For further Information apply w W M VAUOHAN McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKixmey XyMake and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuir Darn Chick au Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Cus lennedrMiller WEDNESDAY JULY 10TH We will tell at Public Auction Ono Hun OltyIncludlnLI1T1TIBTTA SPRINGS The Weber Building and other valuable property will go In this sale LILLARD A BERRY Danvlllo TO ROAD REPAIRERS Ily order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Courl held July 2d 1001 I will receive bids on tho following turnpikes and portions of turnpikes not later than 12 oclock July 15 lOOt Stanford Lancaster pike sections Rush Itritnch sections and S Danville Lancaster sec Stanford Danville sec 2 Knob Lick see I Stanford A Mlllodgo vlUe sec li Crab Orchard Lancaster sees and 2 Stanford R Preachcrsvllle sec 2I Stanford fc Otten helm sees and 2 Stanford Dix River Qarrard Co White LOJBnsCreekKinney Station South Fork Turnersvllle McKlnnny Statfon t ColTeys Mill secs and 2 Unstonvllro l CotTeys Mill see llustonvlllo Turnersvlllo L McKinney OEO B COOPER Clerk GREAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH- I have located at Crab Orchard In Geo Holmes storo near the railroad on Otten helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people tho worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I am soiling secondhand Clothing equal to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods FIno Shoes Hats Caps etc patroultOgNo you n cordial Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Rargnln Store Call and see mo when you como to town MorrisIredsprices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE LIU Landman M D I lilt Madlton Ave Covlngton Ky for merly of Cincinnati Ohio Practice Limited to Diseases of Ihe Eye Will bo at the Myors House Stanford Thursday July 18 I9OI One dav returning every month Refer encest 1Ir Cook OUannon and Reid and others of Lancaster O rGlasses Adjusted r We and Glassware Woodenware Kcfrigeralors Ice Chests Freezers Coolers Call and see our Operahouse We also carry the wellknown Slaves and full line of stoves and Also Limo and Cement IJOHN BRIGHT JR CO Look This I Three small lots of Ladies High Class Oxfords made of Unyles Patent Ideal Kid andmade by such shoe builders as Ilanan Son and Kuppendocff Dittman Co will go on tale Tuesday morning July Otb at following prices Hannan Sons 550 grade 33O Kupperidoeffs 350 grade 255 Kuppendoeffs 300 grade 215 I These are the last of our fine PATENT KIDOXFORIS I And ladles who appreciate a hlghclaes shoo should call early while bizcs are hero Our fall stock is coming in and all summer goods must go JOIN P JONES Stanford We Have No Argument I 1JIIAt 19 Cents All the 25c and 35c colored dotted Swisses titlAll the 25c gingham til sues At 12 Cents I thl15c I m IAti1 At 7 12 Cents iiSplen hl assortment of JOe linns and diuii tits New and fresh goods in these just in this week CSyOn sale morning ISeverance Sons i5W UGGIES I UGGIBS I UGGIES I The Largest an 15est Selected StockIof Vehicles in Central Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price from 5oo To 50000 Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people For Them Staple Fancy Groceries Tinware JardwalcStove Chinaware New Columbian other Itauges Salt At at at 12 Pay w I 1 vs Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots sad we sell on a smaller margin than any house in Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especial ly invited to Inok our stock over l n Bruce S Bright Danville 1 New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice Now Stock to select from Yourpatronago will he apprecIated Goods delivered promptly Call andsee us W W SAUNDERS Si CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street TDE INTMOMOURlL J Entered n the postoffice at Stanford as icondclatt matter lZ71buancLrUavandFz1dIfJr il i PER YEAR CASH Wben not sopaidsaOO will becbarged itERDILLEHAY Manutacturer of ERICKIIAnd Dealer In 1Lime Cement c o Write For Prices A 8 PRICE IvgeoB lDentist Stanford Ky OtIIolOTfr YcBoberts Drug tors ii the Owsle- yBandtcg J H WARD CO- t L NEW ILivery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St Stanford New and stylish Turnouts Rate reasonable Special attention to Iratellng ukamen Hones on commlulon a0 publlicdays20c hitches lOe No bltcbes OoodattrotlangtunaUiUxklen at our stable bone W R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky ova Higgins A McKinncys Store Telephone No 48 FRU ITTBROS MORELAND KY r FurnitureUndertaking And Livery Ha Cg RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDEBTAEEBSs DEALKU FurnltureMatUuJsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Trices right STANFORD KENTUOKY J+ G+ MCG bMY Va UNBERTA ER- s Manufacturer and Dealear In SLI NESS SADDLEBY 0 stanford Ky Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock f100000 Successor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Compan and under seine management lSolicits for 33 Years Your Bank Account 11eplnllucb butln relationplailprove mutuaw ly blnellclaland DIIltCTOBSt J B Pazton I J d Olle Sr J N MeneCee A W Carpenter W H J E r S U11haukaiihlwlty OFFICERS WS Shanks rresldent i lJ Cashier e WMUrirht Aut Cub List of Premiums Hustonville Fair JULY 31ST AND AUGUST t 1ST AND 2ND President W D HOCK R SecretaryW G OOWAN FIRST DAY 1 Host Southdown buck nay ngoS5 61 00 2 Ewonny 501 under ono year 1II Buck f 00 4 ft Ewe lamb under one year 1000B II Horse colt pair pants value 1000Marocolt v 11I 10 PO 7II 00 Soddlegeldlnganogo1ei8IIp II Saddle inaro any ago 10II Sucking colt either sex Special premium by vn Farm R E Ooddard Prorseason 2511002 to lied Leaf JACK STOCK 10 00 11 Best Jack under 2 10012 Tack 2 years and under 3 1000 13II Jack any age 10 00 14 II Jennet under 1 year pair pants value 1000 15II Jennetanyogoi 1st 15 16II toldI500 IiII Draft stallion maro or gelding 10 00 00 18II Boy Rider under 15 years le 00 19II Mare and mule colt either sex 10020II blulq mare 10 00 21II Mule colt either sex 22 Mare mule colt onehalf doz shirts value 10 00 21II Mule 1 year and under 2 10 10 U 00 24 Mulo 2 years and over 25 Mule colt Balaam special premium by J 10 00 C Reid season 1002 26II Double team speed stylo and durability consld ered regarolcils of sex or ownership 83O to first 40 00 810 to second 261II Best lady rider clock value 1000 Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon InllrstcIasutyle Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J IL QUEER BtunfordfKy FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Having determined to go to Oklahoma will tell or rent my farm ot 85 acres 334 miles from Hustonvllle near Hustonrlllo and Bradfordsvllleplke nice dwelling good outbuildings 3 barns well water ed land In good state ot cultivation and fences In good repair AI o 50 acres good timbered land Possession Nov IS E P CARPENTER Hustonvllle DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist ot Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford July 2t and 25 only Eyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFOBD ST MORRIS FRED PHOPBIKTOU 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 times furnish the best of Flour Ideal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very beet results Dont target me but bear In mind always that I need your patronage MORIUS FRED Pror Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Dintllle Momltji IVcdnnJsjs and Fridays Wilt be In Stanford Tuebyi TbunJajri and Saturday Oflceln the lenninton BulldlngSUnforJ 01 See hours 9 to 12 Xj 1 to 4 PIF OSTEOPATHYT- his Science ort nlt and developed b j Dr A T Still of KlrHrille Mo depends on the irlnclplesof Anatomy and Physiology for Its re oft It requires faith no drug no rubbing to surrlcal optratloni and claims tnlng super latural Osteopathy Tlews loan as machine of so many urta lu Ii adjustment When all parts are properly adjusted and not overworked health It the result Some of the diseases treated by ni Nervous ratratlon Headaches Neuralgia nheuuiatlim CalanbJWeak Granulated Lid Goitre LIer Lung Olteaics Conitlpatlon Enlarged protrate all Stom ctiandIntestinal troubles Dilealea OIIJoO and J rlnti Curvatures Dislocations Stiff JoInU a LocomotordtaxFemale reeFIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CijitUl Stock 50000 Surplus tlOOOO This Institution originally established as the Vt JOIIt Bank nf SunforJ in J85S then reorganized if National Btnk ofSUnlord In 1865 andagali organized ai the First National hank of Stanton n 1582 ha had practically an uninterrupted exist ice for years It Is better supplied now will cllltles fur transacting bailneii promptly and I ally than erer before In Its long and honoiab care r Accounts ol IndlTlduti fiduciaries and individuals solicited D1MCTOII F Retd Lincoln Co S T Darns II J 8 BoekerII WP Walton II JHCollIerCrabOrchd U Qmor Stanford J S President J Wo Hayden Sianfur S U Banghman TP Hill W A TribbleI Jss ltoblas2o lihbble outcast locker J J McHoberts Cashier SECOND DAY cr27 Best Bull Calf under year old 1000 28 II Bull Calf 1 year find under 2 10 29 10 00 30II n 00u31 II Best Heifer Calf under ono year 32 Heifer ono year and under two 10 00 33 II Heifer 10 00 34II Cow any agol00 HOUSES TOIl SADDLE 1UltrOSES 35 Best New York saddle mare or gelding 1500 COACH OH CARRIAGE IUKrOSKS 30 Best marcs or geldings 2000 3iII Roadster man or gelding 120 to 1st 110 to 2d 30 00 38 Handsomest turnout to be ono sold by Bruco k Bright Consideration Vehicle horso and occupants decorations not to be considered 10 00 39 II Suckling colt either sex by Dignity Dare season 1002 to Dignity Daro I20 810 to 2d 15 cash to 3d 35 00 FOR H MINES S PUUIOSES 40 Best Stallion or gelding 1 year and under 2 10 00 41II Maro 2 years and under 3 i 10 00 42II Mare 3 years and under 4 10 00 13II blare 4 years and 15 00 41II Gelding 4ears and 001lei00 45Is Stallion or gelding 2 years and under 3 10 00 o4t1II II 3 years nll under 4 1000 o4iII It 4 years and over 20 00 VOK SADDIK PURPOSES 48 Best Saddle Stallion mare or gelding 150 00 875 to 1st 810 to 2nd 825 to 3rd 810 to enter fie horses to Association requires that entries bo made afternoon before IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J C Jones of the firm of Smith Jones of Livingston was arrested In Louisville for passing counterfeit mono eyWill Veach deputy sheriff of Whitley county was shot and killed by Tom Raines as the result of a bot argument ExConpresaman Frank Finloyi resl dance at Wllllamtburg was struck by lightning and Mrs Finley was badly shockedAt View Madleon count Reuben Hill shot UlyuesGrant Kate nllicting a fatal wound They had been enemies for years Henry t1 Jones a former merchac of McKlnner has organized the Farn ell and Merchants National Dank of Piano Texas capital 850000 and been ilcctcd Its cashier Dave Allen who was shot on Scott Ridge died of his Injuries and Clai ace Shlpp 17 Is now a double tour lerer Richard Horde was the othe ictltn having been killed Instantly At Panola Madison county M E kindred shot and killed George Garrett Kindred with his eon was pass- Ing through Garretta field to which tbc latter objected A quarrel cnsuci when Garrett attempted to strike Kin reds eon Kindred came to his ilonl salstance and fired three shots at Garrett killing him instantly Little Phil Thompson formerly of larrodaburg who suffered the sever ojury of one of his legs by a fall from a treat car In New York about six weeks ago will prepare his suit against th street railway company for damages Tbe suit will be for a largo amount It- Is understood that too company which Is a wealthy one Is now ready to com romleo for 810000 but 810000 Is very little money to Little Phil Miss Mary B Adkins an 18 year old girl whose home is at Hazel Patch swore out a warrant for the arrest of Warren Houston a married man on a iarpo of criminal assault The girl claims that while she was vUltlne lends at Altamont Houston came wltb three other men and at the point of a pistol forced her to submit to- him The family she was vlaUIng were beld at bay with pistols while the man icomplished his purpose she scream Ing for help and pleading with him to deelst The girl Is highly respected The following Is sent from Columbia A marriage of a romantic nature that occurred on December 20 last has just beeu made public hero The parties to- tbe affair were Mr Hiram Conover who lives near Montpeller Adair county and Miss Dada Leech a popular young woman wbo resided at Esto Ruueil county Last winter while younll Conover was attending school- he and Miss Leech went to Lebanon and were married secretly Upon their return each of the young people went to their respective homes and not ven- tbe nearest relatives or anyone elee- knew that they had been married until a ow days ago whsn trio fact leaked- out Tbo young people will go to housekeeping at once Hustonvlllea crack base ball team beat the Uarrodiburg boys 6 to 1 at the latter place Mite Francis E Anderson died Iud donly at the homo of her couln J R Brlggs at Danville- Arrangements are being made to consolidate a number of the oil camps Dies in Wayne and Pulaikl The Middleeboro Sews says that H C Ford has bought the Ely farm of CO acres near Artemus on which Is one of the linen vein of coal In the coun tryJohn C Eastland who U with J B Stout druggist missed Sunday tchoo last Sunday for the first time In 11 years Ho has only mused twice In 13 years Danvlllo 1ewe- QVESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still bas the large sale of any meaiciue in the cIvilized world Your mothers and grandmothoi never thought of using anything else Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors werd scarce and they seldom beard of tppendlcltis Nervous Prostration or Heart etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and atop fermentation ol Indigested food regulate he action of the liver tsllmttlate the lervous and organic action of the syi em and that is all they took when feel ng du and bad with hedaches and other ches You only need a few doses of Jreens August Flower In liquid form to make you satisfied ibero U nothing tetl us the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac For sale at lennya drug Store Stanford Railroads are built on three guagce broad gauge narrow guage and mortgage TATR or OHIO CITY or Tui OILvrS OntKTT FlUSK J CIIENKV males nath that he Ii the I18nhr ol the firm of F J CIIBXEY 10101 buloln the Clirof Toledo County State aforesaid and that said fins will rev the aUII of ONE IIUjn MKU DULLAItsJrsubandv- erv raw of Catarrh that cannot be tUrt by the Mot lUus CATAKIII CfKE THANK J CHENEY Bwornto ir4rmeand subscribed in my fnce this Gth day of D emlr ISM ISeal A W ItKASON Public Haifa Catarrh Cure It taken foteraaliy aid acts rpciljron theMoo1 and rauooui iurtic or the for totlmontali free JCHKSEV COTolWoO Sold na11 FaintlyPills are the led SUNDAY EzcunsioN- n aTO CINCINN4TIt JULY 14THIs the next date ROUND TRIP Train4MZS From JUNCTION CITY BASE BALLR- EDS vs BROOKLYN Coney Island Chester Park the Zoo and all Summer resorts are now open See small bills 6r call on ticket ogent for particulars W 0 lliSKATtsoN G P A Cincinnati C L aOVEEJThe Undertader and Embalmer Danville KentuckyIWe have just received a handsome new hearse end lira fully equipped for directing funerals OUR eEJAJBJAG DEJABrMENr Is well prepared for the renewing and of Furniture Mattresses Uphol Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed- Mr stering c Cover is president and Mr Nichols secretaryof Boyle and Lincoln County Burial A soclat of which is to the funeral expenses of its members and are the associations undertakers J S Goode Is the agent Lincoln County Phone 175 4s KOADSTKll 11INO Best mate or goldlng any ago tV to 1st Ill to 2ndJO 00 Worst Turnout 10 00 00THIRD DAY II TOIt SADDLE lUItfOSF9 f ol Best stallion mare or gelding 1 year and under 2 10 00 f2 Best jnuro 2 years and under 3 10 00 53 Hest muro 3 yours and undue 4 15 00 64 Best inure 4 years und over 15 00 55 Best stallion Inane or guiding 2 and under 3 10 00 51 Host stallion or gelding 3 years unIt under 4 1000 67 nest stallion 4 years over 2000 R j 58 Best stallion any ago 25 00 59 Best phaeton pony von JltOCIAWACO Bost Kocknwny maro or gclldng 15 00 AI SADDLE ruuiosM- tl licit Walking Stallion mare or gelding 1500 62II Pansy addlo mart or gelding 20 00 63II Fancy turnout 15 00 MODKI IIINO- H Model Stallion mare or gelding 10 00 jRegardless of age shown by halter or bridle COMIUXKD lUNt 15 Debt maro or gelding any ago e 20 00 SWCTUSTAKE UOADSTlUt KINO Best Sta1Uo11 mare or gelding any ago 150 00 175 to to 2d 12 Speed style and durability considered aD TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains 1 See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages fI Buckboards c i Carson Pence Stanford r 9l GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT f The Racket Store Stanford KyaOf the entire stockof Dry Goods Notioni Mens Bov and Children Clothing hoots and Shoes Ltdloi and Goats Furnlifiing Good Trunks r Yaillel etc to lose Out At 50 Cents On the Dollar This will be ono of the greatest slaughtering sales over known to the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties Come and leo for yourselves ai Is nothing reserved for every dollars worth of goods must positively be closed out by Aug 1 1001 We bnve no space to mention our jaw- prices but it will pay you to come for miles swayand take advantage of this great closing out tale FOR SALE House and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagon KE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit 1Flavors at l PENNYSDRUG t t e 1D1D 11 nEtS BVIDTV01WSiA Receive the most careful attention and flre EillBfl witn TUB Best material jLTheLowestOASII Prices