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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALi VOL xxix STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 12 1901 9 A M NO 39 1 NEWS NOTES Gov Pingreo wbO left 8100000 mado willDefeated candidates for councilmen of Purls will contest In Davlcis county L J Clark shot and killed Davo Smith The treasury of Hawaii said to bo In serious state of dcplottou 4 Thermometer registered 102 In the shade In Chicago Wednesday Judge Ferdinand II liarhoft pot matter at New Orleans la dead Senator Davenport was killed by lightning near Saglnaw Falli Mlcb The wHo of w S Taylor formerly of this State Is dead at rndlanapoll- Jobn Travl was crushed by a trac Lion enllDe In Cald well county and will die Freeman Brazier and a team of horses were killed by lightning In Caldwell county Tho county atiornoys of this State will bold a convention at Grayson Springs Aug 0 and 7 S Controller Davrei says tho national banki ot the country aro In a highly flourishing condition Juno patted without a single cato of yellow fever In Havana for the Ortt tlmo on record since 1781 At Ilopton Given Goro was fatally Injured wbllo attempting to save a child who waste a runaway Six pereons wore killed and many Injured In a wreck on the Chicago l Alton railroad pear Norton Mo Mitt Mary Sumlar was attacked by wild cat and badly Injured while rid log horseback near MlddhboroI Knoxvlllo dealer received an order for 100000 tons of Tennessee and Ken tncky coal to bo shipped to Venice Mrs Martha Patterson the last ot the children of former President An drew Johnton died at Grccncvllle TenD At Ashland George Adams was ter rlbly Injured by a live wire and Theo Evlck was badly scalded by escaping steamwarrant was iworn ont against Jobn Martin a saloon keeper charged wllh murdering Martha White near Mlddletboro Tbo Minnesota State pardon board approved tbo parole of they Younger boys members of the oniMlmc famous Jesse James gang William Crutcbor a wellknown clll Zen of Shelby connty committed cut cldo by shooting presumably on acv count of health It Is said that tbo friends of Caleb Power aro anxious for and will en deavor to secure a change of venue from Scott to Bourbon county It Is retorted In London that John D Rockefeller and J Plcrpont Mor laD will establish a banking house t there with a capital of 10000000 Tbo American Tin Plate Company will next week put In operation at Martins Furry W Va tho second largest tin plate works In the world At Denver Col a 14 year old girl was annulled and terribly mutilated and an aged woman stabbed to death by- Chris Jenton who Is believed to be In saneThe Kentucky Dlttlllerle and Ware house Company has proposed to give 11000000 gallons of their allotment on next years nroductlon to other distil lodes Alvin Lynnin ot Nicholas county while trying to remove tbo bullet from a 32callber cartridge discharged It The bullet entered his wlfos left eye pasting Into the head The authorship ot the famous mes sago to Dewey ordering the destruc tion of tbo Spanish fleet In Asiatic waters Is claimed by Rear Admiral Crown Insbleld It bad been conceded that Lieut Whlticlsey had prepared the f messageProf M A Castady who recently resigned as superintendent of tbocoun ty schools of Fayette has been reap pointed by Judge Dullockand will acv cept the place again Prof Cassady has been at the bead ot tbo schools there for 20 years l A coalition of bankers has been formed both in Philadelphia and Now york to prevent a money panic In the itock exchanges of those Qnancjal con ters agreeing to lend unlimited sums on good securities at 0 to 8 per cent thus preventing fabulous rates of inter est during squeezes Gov Beckham has extended clemency to Keene Matt Den aQd JclT Bev r Ins and James Hunter charged with t killing Dick Epp Dave and Andy Jus tice and wounding Dud Justice during an election fight in Plko county last November The evidence submitted to the governor showed that the accus ed men bad acted In selfdefense In the Lexington circuit court Mrs Rachel King was awarded judgment against her son Albert C King for 85000 Tbo evidence showed that the woman had made her money by dally toll beginning years ago In Ettlll count as a washerwoman and that her 1soa bad taken It all from her sending her back to Estlll county without mon i cy and with few friends IThe Stato department In Washing ton has received from Turkey 195000 the amount of the American indemnity claim Census statistics nhow that tbb Negro population of the United State has not Increase In proportion to tbo gain In the total population of tho country The Chinese government has tiled claim for Indemnity to the amount of 1500000 against the United States for the alleged mistreatment of Chinese In Butte Mont Tbo Western Kentucky Good Roads Convention which was called to order In Uopklnsvlllo Wednesday was at tended by over 2000 men and women who manifested great Intcreit In the proceedingsIn brawl In Brcatbltt county In which William Williams Clinton Watkins Jobn Dclong and Richard Watkins were engaged Clln ton Watkins was Instantly killed and Williams mortally wounded The Covln too Turnpike Company one of the few turnpike companies In the State which has outlived the raid era and continues to collect tolls turn cd Into the Stain treasury 1300 this toeing the dividend on the Stales tock In the road It has an office In Coving ton IN NEIGHBORING UNTIES lUtll Coleman of Mercer Is dead Mrs Wm Bland of Garrard was badly hurt by falling during a fainting spell TbeAOU W will have a big street fair at Richmond July 17 18 and 10 Col Kennov arrested for shooting Fox Lovelace escaped from tbo Monti cello jail Mrs William Buckncr told to J II Runt H5 acres of land near Winches ter at f100 J F Neats store near Columbia burned causing a 12600 lots Ho had 11200 Insurance A baby with two well developed teeth was born to the wlfo of George McKinney of Madison Jobn K Howard and Lincoln Denton have boon appointed storekeeper and gauger In the Danvlllo internal rave nue district- A duck was killed In Scott county In whose gizzard were found 23 nalle of various sizes from a six penny down and two brats rings The Kentucky fi Indiana Oil Co which has leases In this State and Tennessee has been Incorporated It has i capital stock of 1250000 and J P Hornaday of Somerset Is the chief in- corporator A Richmond dispatch says that Dr MC Heath and J K World repro seating a company of local capitalists have leased about 10000 acrhof oil land near Berca and begun active op orations for oil George Morris and Jake Kennedy Wayne county farmers quarreled oter a dog which Morrjs accused Kennedy ot killing Kcuncdy denied ihochargo and Morris shot him In the back Inv lllcllng a serious wound A wreck occurred on the C N O and T P just In front of tbo depot at Burgln In which Ivo freight cars load ad with merchandise and one engine was demolished and three other engines badly wrecked Nobody was Injured The Danville Daughters of tho Cot fedoraoy have elected Sin J C Boglu president to succeed Mrs R J Brock Inrldge deceased Mrs David Logan was elected vlco president and Mrs George Spilman corresponding secre tary There Is talk of a railroad from Tor bin to the Wayne county oil fields The route proposed Is from Corbin down Lynn Camp crook to Rock Castle river 15 miles then down the Cumber land to Burnslde 35 miles thence to the oil fields 45 miles The Lincoln county Jailer bouts of having three of the best looking pris oners In the Stato They show up all right though we know any number ot men who would look much handsomer behind the bars but the trouble Is In getting them placed thereCentralR- ecord J D Hughes president of tbo Hughes Lumber Company at High Bridge swore out an Injunction against striking saw mill operators to keep tbo peace Forty men struck a week ago and the company succeeded in getting now workmen to take their place Tho strikers beat several newcomers se verelyThe celebrated case of Norris against Noland which has been on the docket of tho Madison quarterly court three years was at last settled when Special Judge Roberts overruled a motion made by Noland for a new trial This suit grow out of the disputed possession of a steer valued at 821 50 and the costa amount to about 81000 What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in elect For Bale by Craig A Hocker Drugglsfa d j LAND STOCK CROPS ETC M E MoHonrys uacer Dan Patch wcniii mile In 207 at Detroit A It Humble of Somerset bought In Adair 11 work mules at 812250IStore your wheat with Morris Fred at tho Farmers Roller Mills Stanford A 14acro Hold of wheat belonging to J C Caldwell of Boyle was destroyed by tire Joe Iatoheo and Anaconda will meet eblAUILlpps Co the Hustonvllle millers have bought several crop of now wheat at file Pleas Murray told his farm of S3 acres near Paint Lick to William Powers for 82600 The great Robert Waddell finished second In the Drexel Stakes at Chica go Jlmlnez won Kansas farmers will lose 8100000000 because of tbo drouth which bat prac tlcally ruined the corn oats and other crop In twothirds of the State corn Is a total failure- L W Hudson of Louisiana bought of Smith t Nell 10 largo mutes extra good ones at an average price ot 8140 and two combined geldings from Cof fey Bros fur 1200 Adalr News Tbere was a pool of 30000 bushels of wheat made by the farmers here last week There were buyers hero from Carlisle Parts and Mt Sterling Fifty seven cents was offered but tho deal did not go through Mlllertburg Cor Bourbon News Joo Waro sold to M J Farris six yearling mules at 850 Robinson Bales of Lancaster sold this week 100 choice cattle to the S S Chicago firm at 8100 Jack Donut sold to Cogar tDavis bis wheat crop about 4000 bush ell at6ScNews It Is likely that a good many farmer will store their wheat this year as pric es are bound to advance D1 LIpiH St Son the Huttonvllle millers arc well prepared to store your crop at leper bushel for the first month and ic for each month thereafter They can store from 30000 to 00000 bushels Will be glad to accommodate the farm ers The irregularity of yield In the wheat in this section Is Illustrated In the crops grown on two farms In this vicinity Major Covlngcon crop grown on as fine land as can be found in Varren county yielded an nvcraeo of six bushels per acre Mr E R Bagbys farm turned out a fraction un der 22 bushels per acre A few farms hive gone above Mr Bagbys yield and a few below Major Covlogione which makes n very poor showing for as tine lands as Warren county boasts Bow ling Green TimesJournal HUBBLE Mrs John Blanks has been on the sick list for a few days Miss Katie Walter of Stanford Is visiting Mrs A M Luce Mrs Jas Pollard Is on tbo sick lIt Mr Frank MoMelon and wife have moved Into our community Many hearts were made sad here Sunday when the lelcgram reached us Informing us of ibo death of Mrs Jaa MoKechnle which occurred In Buffalo N Y Saturday evening at 5 oclock where she bad gone about two weeks ago for treatment Her husband was with her and brought her remains home Monday noon and after a very appropriate funeral service at her home by Bro Moore she was Interred in the Lancaster cemetery And as a demon stration of the good impression that Mr McKechple and his family have made on our people slnco they have been among us one of thelongeet proS cessions that over left this neighbor hood followed her remains to their last resting pldceand now sympathize with him and his seven bereaved children Mrs McKechnies maiden name was Sloan aud qbo was from Wayne She was 42 years old andall regret to give her up as she will ba so sadly missed as a wife mother and neighbor Horso one carnival Gcorge town July 2327 One fare for the roundtrip Queen ft Cresent Route dally during the carnival from all points Junction City to Walton Inclu live Special train to Walton July 25 20 and 27 leaves Georgetown at 10 30 I M Great attractions find dis play of stock and Midway program particularsCuts end bruises are healed by Cham berlains Pain Balm In about onethlrd the time BOY other treatment would re qulro because of its hntUoptlo qualities which cause the parts to heal without maturation For sale by Craig i Hocker Wm Foster and Alfred Lovelace were arrested at London on a warrant sworn out by Robert Perman charging them with performing a criminal oper ation on his 18 year year old daughter Nellie Colorado Excursions Tickets via the Queen fc Crescent Routo to Colorado aud Utah points at reduced rates account summer excursions Ask agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati d JUDGE JAMES P BAILEY present county judge and nomlned to succeed himself hai mado a most excellent of fleer and Lincoln county people Irre spectlve of party are proud of his re cord He is u man of fine judgment has a good knowledge of law and a keen sense of justice That bo will succeed himself there Is no doubt and that the affairs of Lincoln county will be closely watched after no ono will deny Judge Bailey Is as good a cam paigner us bo Is a law dispenser and the republicans will have u hard time Ondlng a man who will give him enough of a race this fall to make It In cresting to the genial and capable judge LANCASTER The continued drouth Is doing considerable damage to vegetation Miss Willie McLane daughter of John McLinc formerly of Garrard is dead at Nashville Mr Wm Watts and Miss Ellzi Wll eon are to be married at the home of the brides parents near Buena Vista Mr Walker C Kelly and Miss Helen West were married yesterday afternoon at the brides home in the upper part of the county- J L McCarley bought of Lender Davidson u bunch of lambs at 4ic H A B Markabury bought of Robert West 1200 bushels of wheat at 65o On Tuesday Lawson Fox shipped a car of lambs for which they paid 21 to 4Jc Judge M D Hughes who Is well known to all of us for his excellent cit- Izenship has announced himself as a candidate for police Judge of the city of Lancaster Judge Hughes 1s a dyed in the wooi democrat and just the kind of man our police force needs Alt Indications point to the election of our entire democratic ticket Demo crate should draw the lines distinctly and be sure not to elect a republican representative as a U S Senator Is to be chosen bjtbe next Legislature Consider well before you cast your voteMrs Oslo Huffman of Louisville ii vlslllng her sister Mn M D Hughes Miss Isabella Dunn of Somerset ii visiting her aunt Mrs R H Bates K L Postal who has been visiting through Ohio has returned home Tom Johnson who has been very sick for the past two weeks Is much better Jobn Moss continues to Improve Miss Jennie Gully is visiting Miss Sallle Ross ttobort Powell has been vlslllng the family of W S McGuIre A hen belonging to John S Reese was killed by dos after sho bad been setting for some time Mr Reese Is an expert with bees and knowing tbo temperature of a hive to be about 100 degrees concluded to use a blvo as an Incubator and finish the work of the hen In due title every egg hatched after shutting off the bees from the top section of the hive it Is now used as a brooder for the orphan fowls and the chicks aro thriving In their strange brooder The bees dont like the arrangement but a wire screen gives the chicks room for exercse and keeps the bees away Winchester Democrat A lamo shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For alo by Craig Hocker DruggistseT C Bell of the Georgelown Times has our thanks for a complimentary to the Midsummer Fair which will bo held at his town July 23 to 27 Yesterday was the hottest In Louis vllle this year At 320 in the after noon the mercury stood at 103 It was 107 at Bowling Green The backbone of the hot wave le broken but as long as the tall wiggles until sundown there is danger says the Glasgow Times The deaths resulting from the Cblca go and Alton collision are now 20 with the probability that severatof the Injured will die Five men were frightfully injured by the breaking of a sheet ot glass In a factory nt Kokomo Ind Money orders can now be secured on points In Cuba and Canada at domestic rates J ni V grrr C = h nr1t 1E i Buy Your Thin Things Now I iU Eat L it TliIflSUITS itJ tI iJ AND SHOESol y i All at a Thin Price LJ I- IT PAYS TO TRADE AT t I THE GLOBE iMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing ILJ 1j ij Your money back If youre not satisfied tr I mILLER HIBSDH Danville w Cof Jv = =I R Pt St e 1bN k H Hj K H tit 7tG 0j C 0 e C it Ji 1sY t Q COOLER f 1e i9 You can keep much cooler than you now are +tM If you will let us fit you out with our line of tP l hot weather goods t ia Neglige Shirts et7 a Silk Bosom Shirts i 3 Shirt Waists k Gauze Underwear a Low Cut Shoes Straw Hats a IIrSerge Coats ptt i Flannel Coats t r TERMS CASH aC1aJ H J McROBERTS 1 BEtita L atJl tail t tali 4fta t ts 4 L tr s yat eifu lf jt Ii h ijiOrW tll1CR lHElBlE NEXT iSSUE HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford Stafford Ferrjale College e A Christian Home School for the higher education ot girls and young ladies Has all the grades of the best city grammar schools and in addition the full regu lar courses of study of the hwt female colleges In the State Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session will open Monday Sepleinber J Tuition fees range from f10 to f25 per term of 20 weeks Hoard tuition In literary courses and music 20 weeks f100 For catalogue address ZBT IFZIfcCnKIEIIKTOniT 3Fri2a Stanford Ey s A C SINECO- NTRACTOR ft BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and = perfect satisfactionas to workmanship and as will be attested by anyone of the many parties for whom 1 have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered USSSUSSUSSSSU t T+ w r r r I It YESTERDAY Journal aye editor of lobe Is down to read of Interior Jour Quarter of a Cen of the Kentucky be hold at Madl Aug 2 The subject JR of Frank and deprecate In connection Senatorial can who know whereof Col Taylor ill for Senator should steer remcmberlo corrupt gooi on President MR with Dick Knotto appropriated for Commissioner 5000000 Into the the professions his removal been appoInted RockcaatU Johnson resigned Dudley G Woo nominated for Con of tho Sixth confirms the story ldo offered to the democrat send a commit protest against the arbitration Virginia constltu the controversy of Commie head of the Pen settled by appoint of the curren Issued commls Poyntz of Mays Wright of New commissioners Sam J Shackel of the com chairman Mr by the State Cen democratic par the republican MATTERS services at the next subject Sunday Growth will preach at at 11 oclock Sun lonary societies ordained helpers missionaries at 551 church has Edward Mow of churches to T Cree has accepted a Methodist church In not the W F here but a noted Mich of the Pulas Union Association Street Metbo Saturday and obligations to an Invitation of converted Po not to join any to form a Jewish embrace all who of Christ and Hj Is the Men THAT Co have bought at 12 Is under arrest at of robbing the daughter of Carl Todd were keepers now doing S20 have applied Cochran has reap Saunders of this train robbers sheriffs posse on Montana farmer of gored by a bull that death will reo harvest hand drop road In Fayette home from Brown of the court died her husband In York and Ju duel with revolvers In a saloon both of the United service says 1000 lepers In the of the United a court martial of killing a na Kive aid to a drown MT VERNON F H Haley has just finish cd the best lime kiln In the mountains and has just fired It up The hot weather has had but little effect upon the candidates Most 01 them have donned their Sunday clothe and are rushing things at a lively rate Ginseng raising pays Id the long run but a man would naturally get a little tired and somewhat discouraged wait Ing 18 months for seeds to sprout and then live years before any of the pro duct is ready for market Mrs Elizabeth Vhltehead had a slight stroke Tuesday but Is better J L Whitehead was In Iron Wllllamsburg to see his mother Jas I Whlto U back from Corbin where he has about finished a stone founda tion contract He goes to Lancaster In a day or two where be is running a stone yard Our people generally are progressive and upto date on general Intelligence but we found a citizen living In this prace a few days since who didnt know that Mt Vernon and Brush Creek were connected by telephone He bad ridden down there lost half a day from his business and paid 50 cts horse hire Had he been posted 20c would have obtained the information he desired saved time and horse hire Read newspapers Mrs Baker tho retiring postmaster will continue the millinery business at her storeroom where the postofflco was kept R L McFerran the suc cessful saw mill man has moved his mill to D P Bethurums land W R Dllllon was up from Livingston Wednesday T J Hays of Wlldle was In Tuesday figuring on how to get good roads without cost Olin Della Jones a little Mlddleiboro beauty Is visiting relatives here Willis Adams Is said to ba posted on inakeology He says he saw a blacksnake track a frog for several hundred yards after the frog bad pasted over he ground half an hour before He knew by the frantic efforts the frog nade In getting over space that It was jelng pursued by a snake Halt en lour elapsed when he saw a black make coming quietly along putting Its lead down like a dog at every place where the frog had landed In Its hurry to escape destruction The frog climbed a sycamore tree and the snake had to forego a meal on account of the llcknees of the bark and the foresight of the frog Sam Blakemore the barberwbo was tilled at Crab Orchard Tuesday was Considered one of the most polite dar fee In the country Ho was a native of Mississippi and worked for sometime a section band when he took up the barbers trade set up a shop In Crab rcbard made money and saved It Be was a U4ctil man and will be miss cd John Brown telegraph operator from Plttsburg and John Woodard qr iorelng owners of the Camp Ground Telephone system have closed a contract for putting In an exchange at iarbourvllte which place they already each by toll line from London Poles are distributed over the entire line to Janchester and work of construction Is under way Mrs Fannie Adams and sister Mrs D J Betburum are at Russell Springs Lloyd Maret killed coppebead Wednesday while chopping weeds In his arden Judge McClure who became erloasly while visiting at Parks vl1e last week has returned home and is resting fairly well though bo Is quite feeble Rev Hartzfield of Nelsou vl1le preached at the Christian church Sunday He has been engaged to preach here twice a month for the re mainder of 1001 Mr Soward foreman of the Signal olllce Is a genius and fine printer Mr W T Sbort deputy hector whose office Is In Richmond came from there Wednesday with Mrs Short who will start to Arkansas In a few days to sec her mother who Is ill Vlllls Grlllln has added a fine hearse to his undertaking business Henry Cramer lost two mule from excessive beat while at work S D Lewis former circuit clerk now In the revenue business has an nonnced for county judge W B Smith has taken charge 81 postmaster at this place and the otllc has been removed to U G Baker store Conn Brown U assistant Jones Fish the leading republican candidate for county judge on the re publican ticket has upon the advtci of his physicians withdrawn from th- race Pine Bill Is shipping the best coal In the mountains Prospects are good for a large investment In the coke bus loess by Eastern capitalists at that placeMrs Georgia Rice Is spending the warm days In Colorado Capt L C Smith of Livingston went to LouUvllli Thursday Mrs Anna Iv Rose or Shelby City Is here working up a Ulve of Lady Maccabees MATRIMONIAL Jesse Kennedy and Miss Lucinda Parrish Green were married In Madl ion Ray Johnson and Miss Myrtle Lowisl were married at Somerset a few ago and daYI1 allWbltesburg of Anderson county eloped to Jcffer lonvllle and were married W A Isaacs of Somerset and Mil Kettle Watson of Montana were mar led In Lexington Wednesday Rev E G B Mann of Nicholas fllle and Miss Ida May Friend of Irvine were married Wednesday Lvttleton Purnell circuit clerk of Bourbon and Mill Sadie Baughman laughter of John Baughman of Fay- itte eloped to Jeffertonvlllo and were married May Griswold an heiress to 300000 In Chicago property tiled suit against tor brother William R Grlswold for 50000 damages for false Imprison sent At his request she was confined In the Insane asylum The woman Is a noted musician r SEA SHORE EXCURSIONS VIA CO To Old Point and Ocean View Van July lUtb the Cbeeapeako and Ohio lallway will run Its annual excursion to Old Point and Ocean View Va eavlng Lexington on the regular ox rose trains at 1120 A M and 815 I M reacnlng old Point at noon and 035 r L the next day respectively Round rip tickets wtll be sold for 13 good turning until Ang 4th Sleeping car births will be f3 50 through In each direction and will accommodate two leraons at same rate Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington Is in barge of the hotel at Ocean View and ba a special rate of 2 50 a day and 111- a week for C S O excursionists Ocean view Is one of the most popular resorts 00 the coast In full view of tbo ocean and has a tine smooth beach To Atlantic City On July 18 and AUIr15 tho C O will sell round trip luKets to Atlantic City at 111 good re urnlng 12 days Stopover privileges will be allowed at Washington Tick eu will be good going on regular rains Sleeping car berth will be U trough In each direction Arrange your vacation for one of these trips The C it O can otter a diversity of scenery en route uneurpass ed by any other lino to the eat Send in your name for sleeping car accommodatIons Do not watt until tbe last few days Ascertain what train you will go on noon or night train and advise To Now York add return The C fc O will tell round trip tickets to New York dally at 32 70 going and return Inlr via Washington at eu 45 going and turning via Old Point and the Old Dominion Steamer or goldg via Wash igton and returning via Old Point or vlco versa or returning via the New York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets will be good 1U days In ludlng date of sale and one nou over allowed at Washington Balti more Philadelphia or at Buffalo Write for lull Information George Barney tllv passr agt Lexlng ton pIMJIJholJ k Jp lIt I August 12 13 14 15 16 and 17 1901 30000 PnuESlES 30000 u 1v1 TFORy tQ ENO MU1E tt GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 EVE 8roK ANa 4RT eHIBIT 50000 ATTRACTIONS 50000INCLUDING GoRoebus AND THE MOST SUPERB ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised forth ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION RATES RAILROADS ALL PARTICULARS SEC SMALL BILL E W SHANKLIN Secy WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALDQLEXINGTON KY fA The Louisville Stores GREAT SNOUT SALE TO QUITi BUSINESS 4Will continuo until every dollar worth of goods U sold If you hsve not taken safe uk neighbor who lu Don I advantage of this great slaughter your welt until the best goods are all picked out you nay never huoJsuch a chance again to buy good reliable goods J At Cost and Below Cost Now Is the time to lay In your dry goods shoes clothing carpets malting etc All the o goods will be ollf red now at half price and less than half price We must get rid of all these goods and killing price will do It All calicoes such as huH drayiSjnlpsons all fancies as long as this lot will last nt 3 l2c Heavy yardwide sheeting cotton GO bolts left 4 12c Boys linen pants sizes 4 to 15 years to close out at only 10c Mens 15c Jply linen collars latest styles at 5c Ladies 1tO and 2 kid gloves all sizes and colors go in this sale at 69c BOO pairs ladies custom made sample shoes worth from 1 to 1a pair come and get your pick lV6nrthis lot at 69c We must sell every pair of shoes and slippers in the store cost will not be considered IIlars and culls attached to close at only 39c rBest brand of X Y cot tonadc you pay16e a yard in other stores in this sale at only lOc worthiGood pearl buttons lOc a dozen only a low left ut 5c Ladies fine shirt waists worth 1 in this sale 49c All 2 dress skirts black and fancy for this sale 98c lire have the largest stock and cheapest line of lap dusters in Lincoln county 1Mens fancy socks worth 25c a pair as long as they last at lOc Lace curtniifs H yds worth 1 a pair in this only Dont put off coming this ia but one chance In a llfollme to bur good reliable t good at and below cost THE LOUISVILLE STORE iSalinger Bros Props Stanford Ky tf Now Is Your Chance JsDuring July and August we will sell clothing of all kinds at greatly reduced prices Wo want to mike room for the enormous stock of suits and overcoats we have bouget 1bI lull AVcVill soil 1800 Suits For 1300 1500 Suits for 1100 1250 Suits for 1000 800 Suits for 750 650 Suits for 450 500 Suits for 400 Odd Punts and Extra Coats ai d Vests reduced in propor tion Buy now and Save Money ti I Cummins MeClarv j I t Here We Are Again SCRIP 100WI Our beginsJuy furniture arpetsI Wall Paper Rugs- Mattings Shades Picture Frames Sewing Machines Ol offerspecial I For every dollar you spend with mo I give you a which worth five cents nod for every dune you mo 1 give you n REBATE STAMP with couponJdraw premiums We are after the trade of that wideawake peoplepeople who know black from theopportunitycash letand1 1 Withers Stanford i r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANKOIID KY ulTRY the Judge Taft char for a choice smoke at Peony Drug SwreiOUR proscription work le unturpans PennysDrug PERSONALS Mil J T ADAMS of Mi Vernon li heroMiss HALUR NKVIUS la vliltlrc In Mt Vernon tMns KATii MILLER 1s visiting rela J tlreIn Danvlllo Miss STELLA LEWIS lavishing rela live In Richmond Mil D M LiPls of Uutonvlllo was hero Wcdnotduy Da J W Sts of Livingston le with Dr E J Brown MilST F SlINIC and children are IlMISSES LAURA Princeton AND MARY CARTER In MadisonSJAms BRADY went to yesterday to visit relatives D G PENNINGTON has secured a rood position In Louiivlllo Mn T J FOSTER li back from a visit to friends at Wllmoro MRS L L Horn of Louisville Is a guest of Mrs P Straub Jr M IBS PEARL JotiNSON of Danville was tbo truest ol Miss Saute Lynn REV J II CROUCH and tbo twins Huby and Pearl are In Cincinnati MiisC H POMKRBV of Mlddlcsbo ro Is the guest of Mrs P E Kemp LlvIt MRS KOIIRIIT II MCANINCII of Mlddleburi was hero shopping Wed nesday MESSRS P Hmo and Mack Huffman are sojourning at Crab Orchard W J SNJVBLY who has been tSprloot Mrs Horton hat returned to MATT WOOOSON of Middles boro Is with her parent Mr and Mr 0 J Crow LoullIILucien made a trip to Lincoln county Adair NewsI MRS T D HANKY and children aret bask from a pleasant visit to her moth IIIjIICOIlf1S bas opened hi at 1111 sinter Miss b Is assisting him L H LANDMAN the occullet 1DRbo at the Mvar Uouio Thursday 18tb one day only JULIA CIIASU of LouUvlilc t has Joined tier sister Mis Mary Pey J ton at the Myors House r BSDAMH8 C S DALLKW and J M I Farra of Uarrurd woro with Mrs G A McRobert Wednesday MRS KLIXAUBTH HOLUERMAN hr returned to her homo at Springfield af ter a visit to relative here MISSES KtTTiE MASON and Mottle Mae Robinson of Lancaster are jjje guests of Miss Sarah Baughman- Mn FRAM GAUCIIAT of ClarkI Vlllc Tenn le a guest of the Misses Dlbb In the Turnonvllletectlon GEN W II GENTRY and Mr Klch ard Norwood of Lexington pasted up to Crab Orchard Spring yesterday Miss LIZZIE WALL ALLEN of Mil lersburg arrived yesterday to visit t Muse Engleman and Salllo Taylor Wood MRS H D McCLUUE and Miss atteodllI t severalfJ MR W L CHVTCHER of Richmond 1avery pleasant gentlemen paid tb ofllca a call Tuesday IIo was return I log from Crab Orchard Springs THE Carlisle Mercury say that Mrs Dr N II McKinney will teach a eta j In vocal muBlo and will also give In struction on piano and mandolin MR Js HUNDLEY who Is at lit Springs Ark has our thanks for pat pore of that place Including Tho Her l aid a handsomely Illustrated public- tton Miss EUGENIA HAOIN of She l county who Is spending several wee In Central Kentucky will visit her brother Roe J W Hagln hero this weekMIsS ELIZAUrrU HAWKINS Of Cabin r who is visiting Miss Mary Me Robert won one of the prizes ottered by the Cincinnati Post for a Flag StoryI CAMPHELL of Stanford Is her sister Mrs Douglas Mcr rltt Mr Lewis L Doty wife and baby of Stanford visited tbo family of Mr Alex Doty Record MRS HORACE BROWN tells us that she and her husband have not gone to housekeeping In their property on Dan vlllo Avenue as stated but aro merely rooming there during the hot season MR JAS WAGERS Misses Mynno Wagers Nannle Cohen and Mrs Matt Cohen and little daughter Anno DeDo nett Cohen of Richmond were here Wednesday en route to Crab Orchard Springs iU iI Mns J M ALVKitsoV Is sojourning at Crab Orchard OniKt SpringsIFIELD li up after LiTTLn Mss AMELIA COULTER of Doyle la with Miss Mary Morton Ar nold Mu PETER STUAUII SR continues n vary feeble health Hn never leaves bis room now LOCALS Bua FINISH at Craig ft Hookers UCSTovrILLE HIJuly31 threo days LGofitting spectacle s ti5cPLENTY handmade harness of too latest pattern on bond J C McClary ICE Cream Freezers and Water Cooler at special low prices John Bright Jr A Co It No uch prices evermadebefore In litogDONT getsome of those cotton coverts on cleaning up counter at Cc par yard Severance Sons e A COMPETITIVE examination for graduates for appointment to State College will be hold hero July 25 BURNS wantshe child of Robert Burns of Livingston died yes terday and will be burled hero todayI SALT Mrs Nnnl 3yautley an nounce that Ibo will sell a lot ot fur nlture etc at the college Saturday week 27th I HlATE k YOUNG tbo tbrelbermen received a nuw separator Wednesday which Is as big as all outdoors and of the most modern make MISSES ADAMS of Hustonvllle will sell their millinery stock on rcasonablo terms Good stood Contemplate mOVe leg cause them to sell Write or call e OddsFellows will give lie annual picnic a Turnersvlllo Aug 6 There will b marches drill base ball and speakin galore TOM GILL charged with threatening to exterminate isle brothcr lc law Hoz lets If bo didnt treat his sister better was discharged bv Judge Bailey tbo proof not beloj strong enough to con vlct him e II LSTONtIGLECamelnandeeeth- great e reduction of prices on tailor made suite I am offering for July and Au gut Dont buy a ready made eult when you can have one made to order lUlL as cheap e1 J AdamsItr PICNIC Tho Green River Christian church and Sunday School at Yosemite will glee a picnic on Saturday July 20 when a big time is expected There chorusese a not least an olddae lowed plonlo dinner Go and help tho good cause HURT Miss Pearl armor of Me Lean Ill write that her father b1 Joseph Farmer formerly of this county was badly hurt In a runaway tbo other day The bones of his left ankle were crushed and bo was painfully hurt otherwise Ills sufferings are in tense she says baOett old friend and former carte poodent Judge M D Hughes of Lan easter has announced for police Judo of his town If the people of Garrards capital wart n judge who knows bow t dispense justice and will do It wlthou- fear or favor they will mako Mr toHtighee judge by acclamation THE postmaster at Hartwell Cagey 1county writes that thoINTERI01tJOC- NAiS n have not arrived there for two taleIeare ly justifiable In doing The papers ar mailed regularly every Tuesday an Vesdo not reach their destination only tho agentfa care less handling of our paper until our pat someawe proceed to give thq postmasters and thke e FOLLOWING Is too program of the South Eastern Kentucky Medical So clety which meets hero today Dr Caldwell London Tho Modern Treat moot of Typhoid Fever Dr J D Adklns Wllllamsburg Head Presen tations Diagnosis and Treatment Dr G W Cascnburg Paint Lick Castro enteritis Diagnosis and Treatment i Dr Snydor Jolllco The Pathology Diagnosis and Treatment of Dysentery Dr Steele Bailey Stanford A Paper Dr J II Lutz MoWhortor Hypnotism Also paper on Frao turo and Treatment of Ribs Dr J H Parker CorbIn Pathology Dla noels Treatment of Plocenlal Prevla Dr John C Cooper Livingston Preal dontlal Address The annual election of olllcers if bo hold The present officers are Dr John C Cooper pros i dent Dr A G Lovoll vice president Dr Wm J Edmiston secretary 23c MADRAS at 10c Severance Sons It WHITE grey and black silk gloves Severanco d Sons It CHICKEN feed and sblpstuff cheap for cash J H Baughman CoItWEDNESDAYS Danville Advocate hasnt arrived but then theres plenty of tlmo yetFLoot at Severance 5oae ad They mean to clove out tbelr summer goods If prices will do It + HEJJIUEn tba r terms are cash o v cash prices on feed of all kinds IL Baughraan ft Co It TilE L A N will sellroundtrip ckets to Richmond July 17 18 and 19 returning until the 20th at li fares on account of the A O U W Street Fair I A CHANGE Superintendent Gar lend Slp Ictan ExNowMelcalfo Grammar In tho public schools of Lincoln county for the next ve years BETTER write or akfor space in JlogMessrs Keller and Alvereon of this ofllce who will have charge of It In tend to make it a bummer sayfull a say only a few of too democratic nomlInccs will have opposition Too of the business is the rods are dlsbeart uncdatthe good feeling existing In tbo democratic ranks and they dont know what to to- FINEDMurlo l Huber a colored woman was fined tS for using offensive language toward Mrs W H Brady Joo Harden also colored for resisting an oftlccr swearing on the Urrcet was let off with too light One of 8u which Included coats Dots were trlcdI before Judge Carson THE county court of Boyle has re used to allow the owners of the Dan ville t Lancaster turnpike to collect ttoll In Boyle county as the company 1tgThis Is the pike on which dynamite has recently been used The road will bo appraised and purchased by tho coun ty 1 WE hope w have the catalogues Orflythe Uuetonvlllo fair ready for tier by tomorrow afternoon If we fall to do so It will be the salt of the ad vertlecra who are distressingly slow about sending tbelr copy In The ca oluguo will contain close to CO page and nearly every business firm in Li coin and many In other counties are represented In It e SAM BLAICEMORE KILLED What some to have hoes a clear case of pro tncdltatcd murder was committed at Crab Orchard Tuesday morning when wehy laid and soot Sam Blakcmoro also col ored from the effects of which ho dl In the afternoon The Negroes we Vrsome property occurred some months ago and tho two had been at outs since Bright used a shot gun loaded with No 2 shot andI firing in Blakcmoros face dletlgur him almost beyond recognition Ho was already blind In ono eye and a sb pierced the good one blinding hlmb notwithstanding this ho drew isle tai which be carried In a basket and fired three shots In the direction of Ntseveral people who saw him with a shotgun that they would hear from him in less than 24 bourse He told Bony Car tor that ho Intended to kill a Negro and said to Marshal Jones here that he w going to use his gun on a fellow Dan Caldwoll a wellknown darkey plead with Bright not to go to Crab Orchard attenddon pollytar with white and colored and had little or no trouble with any one Bright doesnt bear a bad reputation and on tho contrary belongs to a good family BrightIisued by Deputy Sheriff Joe A Shannon and Mr W T Saunders Tuesday afternoon surrendered to Marshal Egbe rt Wallln of Brodhead who turned b over to Messrs Shannon and Saunders who In turn delivered him to Jailer DeBord Tho examining trial which will likely bo waived is set for this morning Bright claims that Blakemorb had threatened to kill him If ho ever spoke to him and that thoy mot by accident Tuesday morning Ho further says that Blakcmoro was trying to get his pistol out of a basket he carried and that bo did not fire until ho thought isle Ufa In dangersWe shot about the eamo time I think and he fired two nogmarked as ho told his story When asked about rise throats ho had made here ho said that he did not remember making any and that he toes very drank bore Monday night when ho took too train for Crab Orchard Ho took two drinks before be met Blakemore I PUBLIC SALE July2thAt auctionherei el vice chain table rockers bedroom willinTO PROPERTY OWNERS lossesIley nod adjoining counties The lama in representedbyI Insured my property In tbeabcve com 18torpromptly and liberally ullyOEO Executors Notice Tho crHlltors of h Vnndcvcer decd ore hcrobuy notified to present their claims dulyproveDowing said estate are requested to settle This Oth day of July 1101 AODEYEEREXICutriK NONE BUT GENUINE handle Dcerlng Harvester Extras and genuIneUnlu8you may know they are not genuine U S OAIUESTEIt Hustonvllle FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANYILLE KENTUCKY Hones and Mutes constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY If now open for guests Everything li In splendid order water U plentiful and t ground present pleasant ap pearance Guests will be given willing at iwnllon hates Adults 2S per week under 13 year of age 50 horses 1fa5o per week For further Information npply to W M VAUOHAN McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinnoy KyMake and keep constantly on band the best of Flour hlpluT Ilran Chlck eu Geed Ac Irlcci very reasonable Cus KennedyMiller TO ROAD REPAIRERS order of tho Lincoln County Fiscal Courl held July 2d 1001 I will receive bids on the following turnpikes and portions of turnpikes not later than 12 July 15 1001 Stanford Lancaster pike sections Itush Ilranch sections and Danvlllo k Nrctvilla sec Grab Orclmfd k Lancaster Irenchenv111ensees Stanford Dlx River Oarrard Co I White Oak sees and S Stanford h Logan K ytcinneyMcICInnoy Statfon ft CoTeya Mill secs and 21 IlnatOnvlllofiCutioy Mill sec li i McKinney Tnrnersvlllo McKinney n COOIEU Clerk GREAT BARGAINS I edTIIIS MONTH ehateIialmeN located at Crab Orchard In Ceo atom near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I am gelling secondhand Clothing equal to new IournlshlngGNl plttctlI give you a cordial Invitation to visit the m0ofwill Hell Sour and meal from Morris 9Freds Farmers taller Mills Stanford at It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI IIAUOAIN STORE EW LIVERY STABLE s W BURKE k STN Pron JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnout at Reasonable Rates MenaeMason HotelREPS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds sJlen ld table Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains 89 h Summer onu LOW ntioitsI Arrowmtlomnndmretlnfiwl lw In cCtct all potnu ou the Ifrom National Ednctloaal Auodatloa Dtrolt Mloh July 7th18th Oraad Army at the Republic Clanled Ohio 8ept10tIiieUi- Knlihts Templar Conclive Lontavalxy Aue27Ui31it- Yui Peoples Society Chrlillin Endeavor Cincinnati Ohio July tb10ta WJ aiNX as Ion Staple and Fancy Hardware Stoves i Glassware Chinaware RefrigeratorsIce Freezers eee our UperaHouse We carry the wellknown New Columbian Stoves and lull line of Stoves and Ranges Salt Limo and JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Look At This Three small lots of Ladies High Class Oxfords made of Iluyles Patent Ideal Kid and made by such slice builders as Ilanan k Son and Kuppendocff Dittman Co t will go on sale Tuesday morning July Otb at following Hannan Sons 550 grade 330 Kuppendoeffs 350 grade at 255 Kuppendoeffs 300 grade at 215 These are the last of our fine PA TENT KID OXFORDS And ladies who appreciate a highclass shoe should call early while fctes are hero Oar fall stock is coming in and all summer goods mutt go I JOIN Pe JONES Stanford 41Imake These prices settle the fact that Thesq are genuine Lrgaine IAt 19 Cents swisersAll Ij AtI 12 12 Cents B ISc dotted Swisses All the 4l5cdimdgs At 15 Cents I All the 25cantl 33c Mercerized Foulards f IAt 7 12 Cents Splendid assortment of 10c hvrns and diuii r tits r ji New and fresh goods in these just in week C370n sale Tuesday morning I Severance thisI ma BUGGIES The Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Kentucky Wo Have Now in Stock Woodenware also other Also Cement prices I houlthlJPrice from X25e 0osea n on any n house smaller Our in Lincoln Central margin T espcclalOWi Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them rBruce S Bright Danville New Goods New Firm I And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you have a vice New Stock to select from Yourpatronago will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsce us W IV SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street iHt JNTFKIORJOURNAL Entered n the post ofee at Stanford ell teondclati fitafe- rTubUahd esu And l1caVII- 1 PER YEAR CASH when not so paid ass OO will be charged t ERDfLLEHADA1TVJILLE Y Manufacturer of i BRICKAnd i Lime Cement o o Wrlto For Prices A 8 PRICE I surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OQocow McKoborts Drug Store In the Oirsley Building J H WARD CO NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable Urucea Old Stand DrpotSt Stanford New and stylUh Turnouts Rates reasonable Special attention to trartllnj salesmen Horses taught and sold on commission Single feeds 8oc Kay 20o liltcbes e No hltcheson public days Oood attention glrcn til stock left at our stable 1hone96 R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over HigRins McKinney Ston Telephone No 48 FRUITTBROSMORELAKD KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery ftUPLEYNThe Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted I Fit GuaranteedGive a Call i BEAZLEY HAYS TJ2TDEBTASEBS DKALKRS IH FariiiturcMatUngsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture lor all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ MVcI1etM 4curUNDER AltERr Manufacturer and Dealoar In HARNESS SADDLEEY 0 Stanford Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank i Capital Stock f100090- BucceMor to The Fanners Dank A Trust Companj and under same management continue ouily for Si Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such builnMs relations will prove tautusj ly beneficial sad pleat DIR sCfUDS JIB Paxton J OWIIr Sr JN alenefee I A W Carpenter W II Cummins J B Lynn S II Shanks J V Cash J B Owslcj OFFICERS S B Shanks President I Ii Uwsley Cashier M IJrtrnt AuL Cash x r J LHLandmanMD 1114 Madison Ave Covlngton Ky formerly of Cincinnati Ohio Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye Will be nt tho Myers Houso Stanford Thursday July 18 IDOl One day returning every month Refer ences Drs Cook OlUnnon nnd Held and others of Lancaster O esr Glasses Adjusted SUNDAY EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI JULY J4THIt the next date I125 ROUND TRIP Special Train Strvlct From JUNCTION CITY BASE BALL I REDS vs BROOKLYN Coney Island Chester Park the Zoo all Summer resorts are now open See email bills or call on ticket agent for particulars W C RiSEAnsoNvG P A Cincinnati Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage orirugon Infirstclassstylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Having determined to go to Oklahoma will sell or rent my farm of 8S acres 3 miles from Hustonvllle near Hustonvllle and Bradfordsvlllo nice dwelling good outbuilding Including 3 barns well watered land In good state of cultivation und fences In good Alto 50 acres good timbered land rossesslon Nov 15 E P CARPENTER Hustonvlllo DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford July 54 and 25 onl Eves examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills S7AHF03D S7 MORRIS FRED PHOPBIKTOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and nil kinds of grind ing and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moat Shipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage prorplsing to give you thll best results Iont forget me but bear ltt mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs Slavin Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS- Will be In Danrllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Tbarsdayi and Saturdays Oificelh the l nnln ton UullOHn1SUnford Act hours 9 to u tot r u OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of Klrtirille Mo depend on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Us re sults It requires no faith no drug no rubbing no surgical operation and claims Ding super naturalOsteopathyviewsman ai a machine of so many pant Us keynote It adjustment When all parts are properly adjusted and not overworked health Is the result Some of the diseases treated by us Ktrrous Prostration headache Neuralgia Rheumatism CalarrbJWeak Lid Goitre Lung Dota rs Constipation Piles Enlarged 1rostmt all Stom ach and Intestinal trouble Dltpaxs of hone and Jrlnti Spinal Curraturn DtslocatlonsStiqJolnts Incontinence of Urine Locomotor Ataz la FviualH Disease a specialty Consultation FreeFIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 150000 Ehrpli 110000 Ibis Institution originally tabltibedas the IA poilt Bank nf Stanford In then reorganized ai the National hank of Stanford In 18M andagali eorganlzed the First National Dank ot Stanforr n185Yhuhadpractlcsilyaaaafnterruptedezbtancefor facilities for transacting business promptly and erally than trtr before In Its long and bonoiab career Accounts of individuals fiduciaries and IndlTldualssoUclted onaaemas F Reid Lincoln Co STliarrleI J S liotker II WP Walton II JllCoUlsrCtabOrcVd M DElmore Stanford IJ Docker President as W Hayden Stanfor H Baughman TF Hill W A Tribble Jas Robinson lIubbleI IomcS J 8 J J McBobarts Cashier I Again On American Soil SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 4As I generally make It a uotnt to drop thi 1 J a few lines from any corner of the globe I may chance to bo In It would hardly do to leave out Frisco Ian no longer a soldier now but Instead a fullfledged citizen The 41st Infantry was mustered out of tbo service at Pre sidle Cat yesterday The 43d which goes out tomorrow will be tho last or the Provisional Army of volunteers organized under an act of Congress ap proved March 200 to crush the Phil- Ippine Insurrection The U S A T Buford got it JunoInlla on May 18 We sailed from Hon olulu at noon Juno 17 making San Francisco in Just nine days We went aboard tho Buford at Manila on May 15 and landed in America on June 27 just 43 days We were quartered ot the Buford only six days less time than we were on the Logan from New York to Manila some 14000 miles North ern storms were what knocked out the home Fourth of July plans of the boys of the 41st We were due in Manila on the 15th I wrote you of our trials In the Arctic regions from Honolulu I am spending the Fourth In Frisco should spend it on the train en route home but I need rest Have been working incessantly night and day on muster out papers etc since coming ashore i San Francisco Is in gala attire today and fireworks Innumerable Have Jon- come in from a little walk down in Chi nitown Have seen enough tiro works to supply every kid jn the land Well as far as journeying around the world on water Is concerned mine Is complete and when I get home I will have circled the globe Will leave this city today or tomorrow for home via Sacramento Could come a more di rect route but as I can make the jour ney In the same time and at the same fare Lwlll take the route covering the largest territory and affording the best scenery CLARENCE COLEMAN MIDDLEBURG There will be preaching at the Bap tilt church Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev J B Forroll Rev Gillum preached at Turkey Knob Sun dayW C Bryant Robert Joter and Miss Clara Miller are attending the Insti cute at Liberty Dr W L Lowder of McKinney came down Saturday to seethe base ball game between the Mc KInney nine and our team The nomination of M W Jones for county judge by the democrats Is a most satisfactory one It is said that the republicans are well pleased since they can find noihldg to urge against him Mr Jones has a fair education and Is a man of tine judgment just the kind of a man to make a safe judge That be will bo elected goes without saying KINGSVILLE Dr J L McCarty Is visiting hII brother W L and J M McCarty f Quito a number from here attended the picnic at South Fork and report a very good time After more than two weeks delight with friends In Somerset correslpondendeavor to got the IJn report of curI rent events not that the cheapest and best Is suffering f om tho want of aI letter from this place but wo are afraid well get forgotten Mrs Van Dern and children nod Misses Julia and Lot McKee of Cyu tblanaaro the gucstq of their relatives Mrs J A McKee and family S C Carter of Frankfort was the guest ot relatives here Muse Blrnlce Johnson- of Verona is spending the summer with relatives here and will teach a music elate Mrs Dr C M Thomp son and children are visiting relatives near Woodstock Mrs Lutlo Cbawk and children of Louisville have arrived to spend the summer with her sister Mrs B C Pennybacker Mrs Margaret Williams and family have removed to their former homo hero after hating spent the winter In Burgln Miss ICathcrloo Wells of Junction City spent a fnvr days with the Misses Johnson here Master1 Joseph Carson of near McKinney Is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs J L John eonMany thousands have been lesloted to health and happiness by theme of Cham berlains Cough Koinedy If nllllcted with any throat and lung trouble Rive it a trial for it Is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treat ment for years have yloded to this rome dy and Perfect health been restored Ca es that seemed hopeless that the c mate of famous health retorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by Its use Bear in mind that every bottle s warranted and if it il xs not prove beneficial the money will be refunded you Kor sale by Craig t Hocker ONE PAm TO DKTKOIT Tickets will bo on sale from all stations via Queen lr Crescent Route July 2325 rood to return until Aug 2J account International Convention Brother rood of St Andrew Ask ticket agents fo particulars r John W Bond a prominent citizen of Anderson county Is dead rATBorOiim QTT nr TOLEDO I14IITAS OniKTT FRISK J CKKIKT uskrsoalb that he Is tbe enloriartner ol the firm of F J CuKXcr A Inmg bulnln the City of Toledo County and Slate afornaH and that Mid flrni will Mr the unlofONK lllMUtKU DOLIAUS formb and very rue of Catarrh that cannot be cared by tht uoeof HALL CAn a CtRIt ITANK J OUfiMEY Sworn to before means subscribed in tur pru ore this Gilt day of Devetoben ISM ISealJ A W ULKAbON Public lulls Cstarrb Cur Is taken Internally awl sets Irectlyon the blood and mucous surttcea of the yittm for twtlnnmUli frH J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold lte 7k Hills Faint tills are the ltt Get Rich I COthers have done so why cant you Deposit your money with the TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT 0 OF LEXINGTON KY Where it will be safe and increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent WAbb PAPER PAi Uo + The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially invited to call and examine the bandsopiett line of Imported Wall Paper I Ever shown in this section from the cheapest to the most expensive made We have in our employ Expert Iaper Hangers who will personally each job at the lowest possible price Ue also have a full line of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc 75 L GIBBONS Danville crLr GOVER7The Undertader and Embalmer Danville Kentucky- We have Just received a handsome new hearse and are fully equipped i for directing funerals OUR eEIAJeJ G DEPAeJMENJ Ii well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol btering c Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed t Mr Goner Is presidentand Mr Nichols secretary of tho Boyle and Lincoln County Burial Assoclat of which is to provide for the funeral expenses of its members and are the associations undertakers J8 Ooooe Is the agent for Lincoln- Codnty Phone 175 MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A FirstClass Hoarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Fucultv of ten teachers who were educated at tho leading Institutions of America and Europe and have made brilliant records ait Instructors every one specialist In her de Music department exceptionally strong School apparatus and general equipment excellent faro fussy teachers Frequent Illustrated lect ures free the prluclpalon his recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Europe De llzhtful and healthullocatlon pulp one serious case of sickness In 12 years Prices no higher than other firstclass schools nor than many inferior ones Send for catalogue a t To the Members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Company And Whomsoever It May Concern Various falsehoods Intended toJnsuro the Kentucky Drawer Insurance Company- aro being circulated by local ngenUof other companies In certain localities and every ono of these ttlrle this company denounce as and mallclou fwd send warn ing thereat to those Riving circulation to them The Kentucky Growers Insurance Com pany will never In a more flourishing condition than It It now It owe but one losa la liouM entailed to minor children now being rebuilt by the company and lies practically noonttldo dcbu Weru It to quit Imilnem today It is able to stay unearned dues It may have collected It outgoing call for the your has Itocn so tar and will to the end ample to meet any ponglble losses Thorato Is thoname as last year and can not now he altered or Increased the law no thou who aro yet subject to call on last halt of need have no uneasiness on that score Thus company under the direct control of fifteen directors men of character and of projxirty who show their faith In It by risking their Insurance to tho value of tUOOOO Through their Executive Hoard ct11 Posed of U S Williams resident nod Alox Dunlap of Woodford A J Oorhara of aycth and LeslleClevQandof Jeunlno cull are ilxed And by thus board the attain of the Company aro Investigated bimonthly also porlo Ically by the full board of directors The Is of sill others nail none of Its ofllcer have or ever had anyconntetlonwithanyoilier Its directory composed of successful businessmen farmers running a farmers company In Interest of farmers It asks Us members and friends to bollc e In It and attach no credence to false tales con cnrntng It They have no basin of fact whatever to rest on and may be traced to the cunning mind of some unscrupulous agent In search of a tee for himself Beware of tho man who solicits you business by eotp oltlnt Ida pretended knowledge of his rivals af e rain Tho presumption of fairness In again TIll Kentucky Urower It Ml right and solicit the farmers Insurance These are tho Kentucky Growers Director A J Uorbam Iuyetto county C S William Woodford county Slllne Redford Jlil I lIu lett Franklin county J A Newton Frazier Jr Shelby county W I Cox An derson county A IIanant S Kattlami Mercer county D W Nunn T A llrad Icy lloylo J K llaughman Lincoln county O T Itlgglnbotham Uarrard Countyi Jacob Troutman A L Chrlsman Jriiatnlne county Very truly KENTUCKY GUOWEUS INSfKANCK CO 8S E Short St Lexington Ky For Good Goods AT Low Prices Call on George H Farris Co 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 FALE AT fif The Racket Store Stanford Ky It 60 tails on the dollar Is an opportunity of a life time to buy everything at abso lutely half price Now is your time to buy J3 f4 t5 Jo 1750 SU 10 and 81250 and 15 mon a sum at 60s on the dollar All of tbesa aunts nre well tailored and in the latest styles We offer no baits iluro the public bul otTer Fair Honest Goods at Half Price o also offer our entire stock of dry good notions ladles and gents furnishing shoes hats cans trunks and valises at COc on the dollar Come and see for yourself as there is nothing reserved in every dollars worth of spring sad summer goods mutt go by Au 11Q01 highest price paid for all kinds of country produce THE IlAOKEf STORE STANFOKD FOR SALlfouae and lot on Main Street horse Aurrey and spring wagon ICE REAM SODA S Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at r PENNYS v DRUG STORE oNESCifiFTIOIS s o e o Receive the most careful attention an- dRre Filled With TUB Best material The LowestOASH Prices