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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t j SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 16 1901 9 A M NO 40 NEWS NOTES i l Paul Hoguo no toronaut fall 200 foot at Springfield 0 and was fatally hurtS members of Hebrew picnic party wore drowned In the surf oil Sa c vannah Ga of business houses wero trdestroyed by fire In Enid O T causing a lOll of 100000 The beat record of 30 year was t broken In Missouri Friday by the mer cury going up to 110 Brakoman Prccklag of Ludlow fell from the engine at Wllllamslown and was mangled to death William D Wolf the old bate ball t player was adjudged insane In the Cincinnati criminal court O Green Parker postmaster Hum boldt Teuo It missing and the onico Ii 1600 short In lu accounts Because her husband drank Mrs James Glllon attempted suicide by tak log morphine at IrIi E Cheatham of Loulivlllo has an electrical device to lessen I thodanger from falling trolley wires The monument In honor ot the land lag of Commodore Perry at Kurlhama Japan was unveiled In that city Sun day Two boys were killed two moo fatal ly Injured and 12 hurt seriously by the explosion of a boiler on an excursion boat at Sunbury Pa Tbo Dutto Hotel at Butte Moot was gutted by fire Tbo guests escap ed In their night clothes The loss to the hotel will be 800000 Hon Richard U Hubbard governor of Texas and during President Clevc lands administration United States minister to Japan Is dead The receiver of the Seventh National Hank of New York estimates that the creditor of the Institution will receive about SO per cent of their claim A permanent Good Roads Associa Lion wu organized at Uopklnsvlllo Fifteen counties la tho Southwestern portion of the State are represented The amount duo for educational per poses on tho 729709 school children reported In tho State by the census enu merator at the per capita of 1250 Is 182109760 Judge Jomrs II Sellars candidate- i i for the democratic nomination for governor of Indiana committed suicide at Crawfordsvllle Ha lulL a now saying life was a failure Tbo strike of the machinists employed by the Newport New Shipbuilding Company has been declared oft The men returned to work Monday at the old scale of wages I Farm laborers near Vlncennes lad have formed a union and demand an Increase of over 60 per coot Ig wages They are backed by the American Federation of Labor Amanda Boyd a Negro woman at Princeton gave her two children mor pblno to make them sleep while she djd n largo washing Ono child Is dead and tbo other Is seriously a Maj J Embry Allen of Lexington who his been Inspecting the various sites offered for tbo State Guard annual camp of Instruction hna made a report favorable to Owcnsboro A C Rogers a traveling man of St Joseph Mo was shot and killed on a train In Wyoming by N H Copeland former bank toiler ot Cheyenne who said Roger bad hypnotized him C J Mary Fllll of Patterson N J sued Nicholas Lalll for 83CO damages for kissing her and recovered 85 NIchol- as plea being that while ho tried to kiss her bo got only half a smack Maj Gen MacArthur recently re lieved as commanding general In the Philippines was severely rebuked by Lieut Gen Mlles for suggesting a proclamation amnesty to all that sur renderedSecretary Hitchcock has received Information from Oklahoma to the effect that tbo registration of applicants for lands Is proving a success and bo estimates that 100000 persons will bo reg petered before July 20 Paul D Cunningham son of S A Cunningham editor of tho Nashville t Confederate Veteran and an engineer In the employ of the United States boundary commission was drowned In the Rio Grande In Texas Will Simpsons grocery Snow S Smiths dry goods fttoro and the livery stable belonging to D McComns In eluding ull horses and vehicles were destroyed at Burksvlllc The loss 1s estimated at 910000 with 85800 Insur earn Tbo strike ot the reporters of the Co lumbus 0 PressPost has been set tied by a complete surrender to the de mands of the reporters who thereupon went to work and tho paper was Issued During the shortlived strike however the paper was thrown Into tho hands of a receiver After buying her own burial gar monte making them and fitting them to her body Mrs Lizzie Johnson 38 wife of a Letcher county farmer died from natural causes and was burled in x them The woman seemed to know that her death was at hand though she was apparently healthy when she pur fchased the a few days ago The strike of the Amalgamated As sedation of Iron Steel and Tin Worker will bo directed against every coo stltuent company of tho United States Steel Corporation controlled by union labor and will Involve a total of 150000 men Twenty member of a party of i Ep worth Leaguers on their way to tbo robichecks at Colorado Springs and wero forced to seek aid from tho city author ities As W A Harrison was walking across the Dig Four railway ut Ander son led his foot caught between the plank of tbo walk and tho steel rail lie was unable to extricate himself be fore a switch engine came along and crushed his right foot oITV The dead bodies of Mr and Mr Robert Prango of Omaha wero found beside the public highway half a mile south of Lake Station Thcro was a bullet bole In the womans right Win pie and one In the mans forehead Clasped In Prange right baud was a 33 caliber revolver IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Green D Woodcock died In Doyle county Saturday night aged 75 He was a prominent farmer and trader Wiley Jones stabbed Joo Manor eight times during a light over a worn an at Mlddlcsboro Marler will die David VanArsdalo of Harrodsburg has a colored woman who hat been cooking for him 32 years says the Democrat U D Brownllo who had been tbo L k NaCoot at East Bernstadt since 1842 Is dead aged He carried 110 000 Insurance Lewis ColTey colored was arrested In Wayne county for cutting amallnack open and stealing a registered letter containing 2100 The residence ot Thomas LeI on the plko leading from Danville to Harrods burg was destroyed by flro Saturday The loss is about 5000 with 92000 Insurance The stone house now occupied by Mr John S Goode was erected 05 years ago by Stephen Huston after whom the town of Hustonvlllo took its name AdvocateMiss Kolsllng the 10 year old daughter of C S Kelsllng ot Brod head walked out of a secondttory win dow falling 15 feet Sbo sustained se vere injuries Joseph Manning a Bell county offi car was killed at the Excelsior mines near Mlddlcsboro while attempting to arrest Hiram McCreary a miner who was arrested Tbo five year old child of Charles Powell ot Burgle while playing In the yard fell Into an open well 30 feet deep where It remained nearly an hour before the almost distracted par eats could extricate It Tbo child was not Injured Burglars entered the Sarabrook Ho tot at Livingston rolled a largo money safe belonging to Mr J M Smith out In tbo yard and were proceeding to break It open when Mr Smith awoke and discovered the trouble He die charged a gun in the air which die banded tbo thieves Alex Pence who was granted n par don from the Frankfort penitentiary whore ho was serving a term for man slaughter was tried before County Judge Million of Madison and con victed on 47 counts for selling whisky Illegally at his old stand in tbo Ken Lucky doer cliffs near Ford C E Sykcs a traveling photograph or claiming Buffalo N Y as his home was arrested at Paris and brought back to Richmond to answer a charge of attempting to shoot his wife The shooting occurred last Wednesday night at tho Miller House in Richmond and was the result ot jealousy on tho part of Sykes who It seems accused his wife of flirting with other men The Ryan Commandery of Knights Templars at Danville conferred the Order of the Red Cross on the follow ing J W Lockrldgo Himonvllle J S Haselden and Louis Landraro Lancaster T E Adams Bryantsvllle R0 Walter Hon W W Stephen son and Dr R G GIbbs Harrodsburg W G Tulley Burgln J S Baugh man and J 0 Crowder Danville The Order or the Temple was conferred on J WLookrldgo T E Adams and W G Tulley What most people want is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in oflect For salt by Craig Hooker Druggists Tbo L k N will sell roundtrip tick etc to Birmingham Ala at ono fare July 2820 and 30 final limit August 0 account National Grand Temple Mo sale Templara of AmericaIColorado Excursions Tickets via the Queen fc Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates ageotslorP A Cincinnati LAND STOCK CROPS ETC A B Florence is covering a portion of his cattle pensa good Idea Store your wheat with Morris Fred at the Farmers Roller Mills Stan fordaA small crowd attended Danville court ycsserday and business generally was dull W G Cowan and D C Allen told three decks of lambs In Cincinnati at 5 S3 to 0c Tbo managers of the Newport race track have declared off all further races until Oct Lutes Co have engaged a lot of hogs of various parties for September delivery at Ii to 41o Last year 4031 horses wero Imported to Ghent Belgium 3303 of which wero slaughtered for human food Bi F Sanders fc Co bought CO hogs from G W Robinson of Mercer at 5c to be delivered Sept 10th Advocate The commissioner of agriculture Is of the opinion that the drouth In the west will not seriously Injure the corn cropLutes 1 Co sold to I C Brown of Casey 3550pound sboats at 6o and bought same back for Nov 15 delivery at4o Thoaa Henry Clay sold to Jonas Welhl 80pound lambs at 5c and shipped them Thursday Parts Kentuckian George T Wood shipped to Cincin nail Saturday a carload of cows and calves he bought of various parties at 125 to 3- 0Iwsttwbuyyour wheat and will pay you the highest market price for It See me before you sell D S Car penter Uuslocvlllo W S Font the Nepton miller sold 14000 bushels of his surplus stock of old wheat at 70c and 72c to Cincinnati parties Cyutblana Democrat tUtOlo Co shipped to Cincinnati a load of cattlo they bought at from 3 to 4o They aUo shipped a double deck load of lambs tbey bought hero at from 3to4c Frank McGarvey of Harrodsburg has sold to Dr A L Metz of Brcever Me tbo six ycar old bay trotting geld tag Fred C by Fitter at tbo reported price ot 13000 Thoi Metcalf says he only got an average ot fiva bushels of wheat per acre from tbo tame land which aver Bgfs I12 bushels two years ago Joo Wares crop of 120 acres of wheat aver aged 20 bushels to the acre and acres on W G DeLongs farm averaged llbulbellAdvocatobr Wilkes 2191 broke the track record at Daven port Iowa by winning the pacing race In 235 and Alice Karr also by Gam betty Wilkes won a great race at Tif fin 0 In 2171 Both are owned by G and C P Cecil of Danville The winning of the first was 91000 and of tjjn second PSOO A Danville dispatch says that an army of grasshoppers has been camping In tbo nelgbborhoodof Huitonvlllo for the past three weeks and devouring ev erything Dr Wyatt Lctcbcr of Dan villa who owas a tine farm near Hue tonvlllo lost nearly 00 acres ot hemp Other farmers have also lost tn a simi bar manner A drove of more than 75 cattle being driven to Louisville by Frank McKlo Icy and Tolon Dooley were frightened and stampeded by a passing train near Rlceville Ind Tho whole drove rush ed over a cliff 60 feet high The animate which were not killed outright by the fall had to be killed on account of broken limbs Tbo great trotting horse and sire Wilkes Boy the property of Henry Schmulbach ot Wheeling W Va and R C Enlll Lexington Is dead at Elmhurst form Fayette He was 21 years old and the sire ot trotters In the 230 list Including such sensational horses as ork Boy 2001 Courier Journal 200 Judge Swing ogl Patchcn Boy 2101 Thorn 211 etc He was sired by George Wilkes Fred Forsytbe sold to Simon Well 50 1000pound cattle Wednesday at 380 They were slop fed at Thomp sons distillery D N Cogar received and stored 15000 bushels of wheat this week He Is paying 55 cents a bushel Squire Royalty has 450 bogs that will average 550 pounds Ho refused Sic for them Tuesday Tho squire how ever Is able to carry them having 000 barrels of corn Harrodsburg Demo crat CURE FORITOLEItaTUJI NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL During last may an Infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cbolera In fantum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure It would do good if used ac ccrding to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered Tha child is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fall Mrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by Craig locker HARVEY HELM Present county attorney has tilled the odlcc so well during the last tbreo and a half years that his party gave him the nomination again without opposition Mr Helm Is a fine young lawyer watches closely after the countys Interests and la a terror to the evil doer He Is opt only one of the best county attorneys in tbo State but one of the largest standing six feet three Inches and weighing 235 pounds His friends have tried to get Mr Helm to run for Congress and oth er high offices but he Is content toe rve his homo people as county attor ney and declines to offer for any other olllce Ho wilt not have opposition from the republican party and will walk into the office again as easily as he got the nomination for It Mr Helm Is a graduate of Central Unlvnr city represented this county very cred- Itably In tbo Legielatureand Is a demo crat of the old school He has dono good work for the party In Lincoln county and is ready at all times to further the cause of democracy In anyway be can LANCASTER Quite a number of our people went over to Preachersvllle to attend the camp meeting Sunday and Sunday night They say more than a tbou sand people wero there and that excel lent behavior was maintained through out tho entire day At 12 oclock Saturday night Mr Reuben Naylor who has been sick for about two years passed peacefully away at his home on Crab Orchard street Ho died of a complication of diseases of which Brlghts was the chief ono Ho was 77 years of age and leaves a wife to mourn his Joss An other one of our good citizens has crossed the river which we too shall soon bo called upon to cross Friday night four prisoners Charley White Kerry Robinson and Cornelius Ballard colored and Will John Car penter white broke jail hero and es caped Ono of them Cornelius Bal lard who seemed to like the lockup better than anyplace else returned of his own sweet will but Jailer Ross and Marshal Turner who left Immediately in search ot the fugitives have not beeo able to locate the remaining three Deputy Marshal Slier thinks he has the white man spotted and has gone to get him A defective place in one ot the cells allowed the fellows to get into the corridor They then removed the bricks from tbo wall by means of a Betsy Johnston and son Stew art of Iowa are visiting Mra DL Belle Burnsldo Miss Fannie Henry has been visiting her aunt Mrs John Holtz claw at Gosben Miss Florence Das tin ot Highland is visiting the family of her uncle Mr Reuben Naylor Mrs U D Simpson Is visiting In Crab Or chard Miss Molllo Spalohower who has just had a two weeks vacation has returned to her position with the Das tin Telephone Company Miss Cath erine Baughman of Himonvllle Is visiting Mrs Jake Robinson Miss Estlll Walker of Richmond is visit log the family ot Judge Walker A crowd wont over to Crab Orchard Springs Sunday night An excellent time Is reported Messrs Louis West and Bob and Misses VeniceDavidson Walker Tomllnsoo went over to Crab Orchard Sunday Miss Salllo RosS will leave Saturday for McCreary to visit Miss Jennio Gulley Miss Pearl Ross Is recuperating at Dripping Springs TilE BEST REMEDY FOR STOMACH AND UOWRL TROUBLES I hMO been IB the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of iho proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W WakeOehl of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus In my family and I have recom mended and sold hundreds of bottles of It to my customers to their entire sails faction It affords n quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No family should be without it It Is kept in my bouse at all times Fur sale by Oralg de Hocker vor- t rWSAi v = rJo rrv d iW- = lE Dont feel uncomfortable m And perspire r Lit When you can buy such f tLightttire at the GlobeII tiITPAYS TO TRADE AT cTHE GLOBE RepairingIi s f l j Your money back if joure not satisfied II I mILLER HIRSCH Danville CorDIs v =+ JIW W COOLER I You can keep much cooler than you now aro if you will let UP fit you out with our line of hot weather goods i Neglige Shirts Silk Bosom Shirts Shirtwaists Gauze Underwear Low Cut Shoes Straw Hats I Soft Ties Serge Coats Flannel Coats TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS 1flATtH ECEflEi I NEXT ISSUE HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford Stafford Fcn ale College I A Christian Home School for the higher education of 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 best 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 September 2J Tuition fees range from flO to J25 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition iu literary courses and music 20 weeks f100 For catalogue address 8 r PINKERTON Prin- Stanford Xy A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close on work and guarantee satisfaction as to work material as will be attested by anyone of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles EtcII will duplicate any prices offered UipSSSSSSpSSSSSSSSS f i e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratib Ticket For State Sfnator GEO T FARRIS For Represcntatire hL F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For Colintydttornrjl- HARVEY HELM For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN ForAuor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL has tho honor to first announce Mr W P r Walton of the Harrodaburg Democrat for Railroad Commissioner sub ject of course to the action of tbe democratic party Those who know him and most of the people In Kentucky do realize his eminent fitness for the position he aspires and furthi realize that his valiant service for the party he loves entitles him to anytblc democracy can give him without etTort and without opposition Many years experience In the building of railroads and with eye and heart keen to justice neither railroads nor the State will suffer with him as commissioner whlle his friends will look with pride onthc record he makes TUB damage suit of J M Rlebard eon of the Glasgow Times against R W ivnott editor of the Louisville Post and Post Publishing Company was settled by the Post retracting the article complained of and paying all costs of suit Including plalntlffa attorneys Ices all personal expenses of plaintiff In the suit and confessing judgment for one cent and costs Tbe suit grew out of a publication In the Post to the effQCt that the Board ot Prison Commissioners of which J M Rlcardson li a member had sold tbe State penitentiary beef contract to the Armour Meat Company It is estimat ed that the suit cost 82000 PROUD of this handsome compliment of our brother by the Danville News we give it the prominence it deserves f It does our very soul good to see the handsome way the boys of the press an J e standing by our old friend W P Wal ton If ever a laborer was worthy his hire Walton Is entitled to the recognl tlon he ask at the hands of his party 1and if there is a class that can help i to get there It Is the press gang Walton wo are ready to fire on any op position that pops up but so far we see nothing to shoot at and heres hoping we never will wallrthe Executive Mansion are to be fur ther augmented by the erection of a n Negro church opposite It unless the strenuous kick that Gov Beckham Is making thwarts the present Intention It is said that if he fails in preventing the erection of the church Gov Beck ham will recommend to the Legisla ture the removal of the capital to a more desirable city TUE unspeakable Deboe contentsI himself and his few followers by say leg Opposition is not worrying me + I will be the caucus nominee and there will be a republican majority in the next Legislature Wonder who told the old puddln head all this or is it i possible that he dreamed such bosh When the next Legislature convenes Deboe will never be thought of except perhaps by some fellow fond of a joke MR McKiNLEY has been especially lenient to defaulting bank olllcials He e has pardoned 35 during his administra Lion although they are the last class of offenders that should receive clemency e The presidents action seems to Invite Instead of repel a strict accountability y by such officials HON G G GILBERT corrects the rev port that he will not be a candidate to succeed himself In Congress and says that he Is not only a candidate but will 7make a vigorous campaign for the nom ination There will doubtless be anura l ber of candidates and a lively time may i i be expected WE have just received a copy of The Belgian devoted to Belgian Hares and r the Raising of Ginseng S M Boone Jr of Somerset Is the editor and pub lisher and the publication is a credit to him typographically and otherwise jq The Boone brothers are geniuses In deed THE Danville News will get out a dally during the Danville fair Its a r big undcrtaklpg but Editor Llllard seems to be equal to almost any occa sloe i11rthLoatraits fK HEADACHE powders are proving as poisonous as rough on rats Belong wo will bear of people commlttln suicide by taking that kind of medicine POLITICAL Gov Bcckham appointed R E Mann county judge of Rowan to succeed G A Nlckcll resigned Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes was painfully hurt by being cut on the hens and arm In a street car Jar atWashingtonThe Protective Tai liT League Is said to be working up sentiment against the reelection of Mr Henderson as speaker of the House Ohio democrats who still believe In W J Bryan and the Kansas City platform have called a convention to bo held in Columbus July 31 to noralai a State ticket At Salt Lake Utah Judge Hall de tided In the famous HiltonPark case that the wedding of Mrs Hilton to Dr Park was only designed to Improv1 her condition In heaven and gave her no widows right to Dr Parks p oper tyThe city democratic committee 01 Paris has ordered a new election held on Aug 22 for city councilmen and city officers The defeated candidates In the recent primary contested tho elec tlon on the ground that their votes were not recounted at the official count The Washington Times says it is believed the President will appoint Mr- Craltlnternal Revenue Collector of the Louisville district and that In return Jr Craft will use the office to further Jr Borclngs candidacy for the senate The followers of Collector Sapp threaten to make war on thb republican or ranlzatlon In his district If the collector is removed from office Samuel H Stone who is ao applicant or collector of Internal reyenuo to succeed Mr Charles E Sapp Is at Fran ort seeking the Indorsement of prom rent republicans Senator Deboo will go to Canton 0 thla week to see President McKinley in the Interest of ilr Sapp It Is believed In Washing ton that Commissioner Internal Revenue John W Yerkes is opposed to tbe retention of Collector Sapp after the expiration of his term of office nor t lonth Moses McComos of Grant count recently made his will in which be bequeaths to the democratic party of his rccinct an acre of land whereon they I1lay celebrate to their hearts content wben a democratic victory Is gained His reasons for soaking this queer bequest are that for some years It bas been almost Impossible to find a place hereon to celebrate when victories were won by his party In that edge orhood nearly all around him belni jpubllcans who refuse to grant tbe democrats a right to jollity on the remises When he made the will he lougbt he was on his death bed THIS A HAT Leslie Combs and Sam J Roberts are- for Samuel H Stone for collector to succeed Sapp The Hon S B Vance one of the did- est and best known lawyers at the Hen derson bar Is dead Clarence Shipp charged with kllllnj John Horde and Dave Allen In Marlon gave himself up Leon Vlcchoene aged 18 while rid In g a bicycle across the tracks at Hen derson was run over and killed by street car At Denlson Texas the pastor of the ethodlst cbnrch earnestly prayed for- rain and that night u storm wrecked his church Joseph Ely killed his stepfather Cbarles Spahn with a hatchet at Id inapolls when the latter attempted to choke the boys mother The 4500 employes of the National Tube Company at McKeesporl Pa nonunloo men have been granted an advance of 10 per cent in wages A Louisville dispatch states that cee taln mountain republicans want FuIt- lve Taylor to return to Kentucky and- run for governor He will come nit 3obertGroes of Louisville employed at the Frankfort Chair Factory was- run over by a train near the Frankfort depot and is so mangled that ho dying tire Elizabeth Patterson aged 80- years fell from her verandah at Lancaster receiving a fractured shoulder and other Injuries Owing to her extreme age her recovery Is doubtful TilE camp meeting at Preocheraylllo came to an end Sunday night Large- crowds attended each service during tho two weeks while on Sundays people- wero on the grounds from several coun tics Some 30 or more preachers were- present and most of them conducted servlceirone or more times Rev H B- Cockrell one of the managers tells us he thinks that great good will result- from the meeting sowtorso carnival Georgetown July 2327 One fare for the round trip Queen A Cresent Route- dally during the carnival from all- points Junction City to Walton Inclu- slve Special train to Walton July 25 20 and 27 leaves Georgetown at iOPM Great attractions find dls- play of stock and Midway program sk ticket agents for further partlcul- arl1 W C Rlnearson G P A u IUSTONVILLE FAIR July 31 three Cys s J Crab Orchard Eld J M BaileyHm fill blsap polntment at the Christian church next Sunday- Rev G W Shepherd filled the pulpit In the Baptist church Sunday morn lag and Rev Mr Anderson of Oklabo ma preached at night Quite an Interest is being taken In the leasing of oil lands tn our vluln Ity and the future outlook of old Crab Orchard Is dally brightening The Springs Hotel is receiving add 1I tlobal guests by every train and all are lavUh in their praises of the manalo ment of the new proprietor and wilt Mr Stark Fish and family of Louisville are with Mrs M E Fish and daughter Tom Flab and family left yesterday for their home at Ylricenne81 Ind Mrs Margaret Gormloy bus been sick but U reported better Tho manyi are sevIIeralMrs Stapp Is still successfully con ductln r a sele lIt class of children both In music and literary departments anll contemplates taking a limited number ot boarders for the fall term There are so many visitors In our town that to make especial mention of them all would require too much spa but suffice It to say all are receiving a hearty welcome from this hospitable peopleSenator George Farris and wife of Lancaster have been pleasant vlslti of Mr and Mrs Scott FarrU 1188 Jennie Ritchie of Texas made a brief visit to old friends here Miss Hen leyof Garrard Is with her sister lrs G VV Shepherd Rev Wm Anderson of Oklahoi City delivered an Interesting lecture at the Baptist church Saturday nlgbt lire subject was Why we Fall aod was very forcibly presented to an at entlvo audience After spending Few days with his old friends here he wilt return to Oklahoma accompanl by his mother sister Emmaand brother Miller who will make their future ionic In the West It la a matter uf egret that we see good citizens leave our place Mills Bessie Haldeman of Loulsvlll ntertalncd a number of her friends on Friday at the residence of her grant mother Mrs Buchanan In honor 01 her birthday Delicious refreshment rere served and the little folks left 10 tferlsh pleasant memories of the occi slon They gathered the next afternoon at the home of J WGuc where they spent a few hours In an exciting game of croquet then at nigh they were all taken on a dellghtft hay ride after which they went to tbelr homes to lie down to pleasant dreams CHURCH MATTERS Elder B J Pinkerton wlllpreach at- the Goshen church Sunday morning Bishop Galloway Is In Brazil and Uhop Wilson In Japan both holding references Evangelist Carradlne claims that his- new book will make people laugh cryaod pray- Sunday was the anniversary of the- birth of Isaac Watts the greater hymn writer born In 1084 One hundred new member have been received Into the Chestnut Street Meth odlat church Louisville since the Rev U G Foote became pastor in October 1899 The 36th annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association meets at Danville Aug 2022 Mr Marlon Lawrence of Toledo 0 Inter natlooal General Secretary will be Its idlng spirit MATRIMONIAL Riley Wells a widower of 70 was married at Laporte lad to Miss Lucy Greenleaf who bad just celebrated her- 10th birthday The groom has several anachlldrcu older than bla wife Mrs Mary Harrington Races the divorced wife of Senator Bannas son- Daniel R Hanna sailed for England with her three children to avoid the- service of a writ of habeas corpus re- qulrlng her to produce her children In members of a colored Baptist cburch to whom the city council of Prankfort some time ago refused to- Irant a permit to build a church at tbe- corner of Clinton and ugh streets opposite the Executive Mansion served notice on Gov Beckbam and- adjacent property owners who with tbe governor objected that they would- bulld without permission The Ne roe8 have employed Attorney James Andrew Scott to represent them In tbe- mattaI and in the litigation that Is to- followlt Legal steps will be taken to- prevent the erection of the building on tbe ground of Its being a nuisance Tbe Negroes first attempted to securo- the permission of the property owners BS required by city ordinance but fail cd If the church is built the govern or may refuse to Incorporate in his- menage to the general assembly a re nmendatlon for an appropriation lor- new State buildings at Frankfort t A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatlam of the muscles and may be- cured by a low applications of Chamber lalnl1aln Balm For ale by Craig A Hocker Druggists 1eriiirliiis4tiIlw l1 II NecessityKnowsNo f Law that our stock must bs sold 4 Tt idnr fease expires soon it means girl of the dont matter about the price our aim IS now tot will oods killing prices is going to do the work some foods realized r go at cost and some cost Thousands of within l everywherethe great moneysaving possibilitios a radius of 60 miles The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out t Sale To Quit Business and well it may be for never in all your is the absorbing topic life never in the history of Stanford were such 1iiolidysa vingachances It yill to buy now even if you doneused Ithegoods for immediate use a time will come when you will them certain Dont Delay Coming I t IIT months and the Louisvillefew shortttTime is shortonly Store the cheapest store in Stanford no more There r fore take advantage of the reatost Slaughter Sale over hoard f dreamed of before This IS but one chance in lifetime to ror Shoes Millinery etc for loss thanbuy Dry Goods Clothing manufacturers cost These Low Prices Will Keep Our Store Cowded All our best brands of calico go at 3Jc Yard wide brown sheeting cotton cheap at 6c our rlce for this sale 4jc 10 pieces yard wide i erule regular lOc quality for sale only lc Pearl Buttons the kind you pay lOc for our price 5c A good pins for Ic- fi bolt Kentucky Tow Linen nctimly worth loo a this sale cut to One big lot Ladies tine Shirt Waists merle of best Sea Island Percales and Lawns well made and nicely trimmed In the latest styles worth 75c and U in his sale cut to o Sea window 1 lot Ladles Fine Kid Gloves alsizes and colors worth f150 and f2 In this great alo cnly Ills Only 2 pair to a person Pint Ladles fne Sample Shoes and Ox fOrds worth from f1 to 13 cut to OOc Lace and Congress worth 1125 cut to USe Come the Great Out Sale The Louisville Store UrrStanford Ky Salinger Bros Prors JJ RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY U now for guest Everything U In splendid order the water alld tho ihndcd ground present a saot a p pearance Juesti will be given willing attention Raters AdulteS per weeks chi dren under 12 year of age tiiO horne fSO per week For further Informant apply to W M VAUOHAN Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your y carriage orwiiRon 1n tlrstcll1uJleE- xperIenced men to do It and work teed You can have your old vehicle made lew for very littlemoney J H OUEEH Stanford KI NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BUSES k SN Pros JUNCTION CITY KY iritClaa Turnouts at Reasonable nates- Special Attention to Trnellllg Men and Hay For SIde Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky e Newly furnished clean beds splend able Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains 89 GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Ge lolrneV store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving yo eople tho worth of your money You roll Iwuya find bargains at my slum I ar citing second hand to new aho new Clothing and Gents Furnlihlnj bode Fine Shoes Hats Caps etc Hoping that you will not forget to pot mire me promising you fair treatment I Ilvo you a Invitation to visit thl Inclnnatl Bargain Store Cull and see nit whon you come to town Wewlll tell flout and meal from Morrl reds Former Holler Mills Stanford at prlcel It sold at the Kxchunce CINCINNATI IIAUUAIN STORE TO ROAD REPAIRERS lly order of tho Lincoln County Flica Courl held July 2d IDOl I will receive bids on the following turnpikes and portions of not later than 12 oclock July 15 10011 Stanford Lancaster pike section RUlh Ilranch sections and il Uanvlllo tc Lancaster see Stanford A Danville sec 2 Knob Lick sec 11 Stanford tt MIllcdRo yUle sec Crab Orchard k Lancaster lecsl and 2 Stanford fi Prcachcrgvllle IOC I Stanford f Ottenhelm sees 1 and 2 anford Dix River Gurrard Co tit White Oak sect and 21 Stanford A Logan Creek Stanford ft Waynesburg see II Me Inney Station A South Fork Turnertvllle Station ft ColTeys Mill sees alld 21 Hiistonvllle k ColTeys Mill sec 1 ustonvlllo r Turncrsvlllo It cKlnney CEO B COOPER Clerk 10 dozen Mens Wide prim Canvask n lists worth 50e cut to S5c Mon Imparted French Jlalbrliilllqk Underwear worth 73c in this great alu cut to 30c- Mens fine Porcale red 1Ilr Shirt t 2 collar and plrcatjs worib1 cut to r IPc Ient Percale Shirts collar and cufl attached wroth 75c cut to wc t j Mens 4 ply Unen Collars all kites and style wonh 15c in Mils sale be- A few lfena Linen Suit left to dote these out will sell clOse Choice of any of our Mens or Boys fine Straw Hats prices range from 60c to 1125 for 30cLto P Now Is Your Chance r jtat1800 Suits For y 1500 Suits for 1100Vi J 1250 Suits for 1000 x f800 Suits for 750 650 Suits for 450 500 Suits for 400 Odd Pants and Extra Coats and Vests reduced in proper tion Buy now and Save Money t31s Cummins MeClarvIun Here We Are Again SCRIP Our MidSummer Clearance Sale begins I July lit Every line embracing furniture CarpetsI Wall Paper Rugs Mattng Shades Organsspeclal udllcemenls In the way of withmeFor every dollar you si and with r give you a coupon t i I yourdraw f Wo are after the trade of that wide awake peoplepeople who know black from theopportunitycash letandf f Withers Stanford + a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUIYia 1001 TnY the Judgo Taft clear for a choice smoke at Penny Drujr Store Otm work It pedDrug Store PERSONALS MISS AMANDA OOOOIN U vUUlnR relatives In Pulaikl flop M O WINFREY returned from Glasgow yesterday J S UOCIER and children aro ot 1Mns Orchard Springs U A JONES xpcnt several days parents In Adair A DOWES VANAUBDALB of Louisville U with tho boraofolki hero Miss LINDA OWSLEY la visiting her liter Mn J S Well In Danville t WILL lloiuint who It In bulacu In LouUvIllc It with tho homefolk here DitUUV DunoK of tho Wctt Endhas been granted a pension of 10 per month MRs S S TOWNSLEY of Perry Oa It with her sister Mn M P HI kin Mrs AT Kceno who was o sitter of Capt Will O Curd U dead at Som erect AdYMit AlPRRSON NFVKS of Win cheater Is vltlllng his mother Mrs Mattlu Novlue J H UOCKKII and W S Huffman wore hero Friday distributing Huston vllle Fair fans MR M F ELKtX Is attending n meet log of tho big bug Maccabees ai Port Huron Ditch TUB Advocate says thatMiss Vlcto ria Bishop elf Uuatonvllle U visiting Mrs J P Ware Si P iiTAGO of Shelby joined his wife bore tbo other day Ho drove through from ShelbyM A ADDAMB and family of Lebanon who have boon at Crab Orchard re I turned homo yesterday Mu AND MRS M o UKVNOLDB of Waynciburir spent yesterday with tbo family of Mr Cicero Reynolds ALLIK W YOUNO of Mt Sterling ono of the prominent democrats In tho State Is at Crab Orchard Springs aDdlsod catching about enough fish to cat MRS ANNIE BUCHANAN HAUJKMAN children of Louisville are guest IIandJra Jano Buchanan at Crab Or- chLard MATTIE PAXTON and Ellenv Dallou will be rnemberi of the faculty of Stanford Female College next lei sloeDEtv1Ylittle son of James Roy nolds of the Southern End of Lincoln is critically ill of flux Melvin son o D W Caldwell of the same section Is t also III- JAMES T MENKKEE returned to hisT homo at Montgomery Ala yesterday after spending several weeks with his homo folks Jot T KM nil Y bad ono of his hands badly hurt while working with a binder Ho came near having three of his fin t goo cut off A LETTER from Mr J 0 McClary wbo Is at Plkos Peak Colorado states f that he Is haying good time and teal- InR all right COL HALL ANDERSON of McKln ney is at the bedside of his relative Mr Ambrose Duford who la dangerously In Cincinnati Mns CECILIA EITINOIIOUSEN DAI LEY well known here has resigned the position as soprano of tbo Broadway i I J Baptist church Louisville Miss BESSIE MATTIHS left SAturda for her homo at Milan Tonn as there Is more than ono sad heart In town because of her leaving DR O GOLDSTEIN the optician writes from Eminence that ho will bo hero promptly on tho 21th and 23th He will be at the Verandi Hotel S MR J R ORNDORFk and family of Livingston and Mr and Mrs Hugh Hagan of Crab Orchard attended tho burial of little Fred Haver hero Friday I THE Mt Vernon Signal says that a tine boy arrived at M R Jones the r other day Mr J U an exLincoln county man who is doing well In Rock casle REV RAYMOND MORENO of Carde nas Cuba Is with Rev W E Arnold for a few weeks Ho la hero studying the English language and preparing himself for his work MISSES NELL AND MARGARET OAR lENTEn of Kansas City aro visiting Miss Mary Carpenter Mr and Mrs L D S Patton of Somerset aro vis 4Itlnj the family of Mr J L Yantls Advocate TilE Lexington Herald says that Dr Carl Wheeler was summoned to No Yorlc to accompany Oscar J Hautle proprietor of the Delicatessen restau rant back to Lexington He was to on very ill in that city J HENRY BATES of Lancaster spout the 4th with old friends and rot tives hero Mr KendrIck Alcorn Stanford Is visiting his grandmotho- Mrs r Kate Kendrlck Lieut Chas Morrow of the 47th U S Infantry are rived yesterday his regiment having been mustered out of service In the t Philippines Somerset Journal I fromDowllnlattending Normal Colleges MluMattie yleltMrsMRS T S WEUH JR returned to her hams In Knoxvllle today sitar a leasant visit to her parents Judge and Mrs Sautley Little Misses Sara Dunn and Borta Jean Penny accom pealed her LOCALS Go to Craig L Uockerd tor perfect fitting spectacles Go to Jones for shoes They nova good ones at low prices CLOSE prices on gents dress shirts and underwear J P Jones HANDSOME glass tumblers at onlv 25o per dotes Oca U Ferris L Co 4 Till Mt Vernon band will furnish musld for tbo Liberty fair Aug 1410 PLENTY handmadeharoeee of the latest pattern on hand J C McClary ICE Cream Freezers and Water Cool ers at special Iqw prices John Bright Jr Co t No such oTmade before in Stanford ar Severance fSons are mak log on wash goods WK have plenty ot chicken feed and shipnuff on band Will sell cheap J H Baughman Co Fort SALE OR ItENTRelldence on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E O Walton THE population of town of Junc tlon City grow from 031 In 1SOO to 093 In 1000 while Shelby City tall from 405 in 1880 to3001n 1000 Piavio A K Singleton and Bu Eubanks will give a big picnic It mtle- rom Wayncsbun on Saturday Jul 27 Go and have a good time HUBTONVILLB Corao In and seethe great reduction of prices on tailor made suits I am offering for July and Au suet Dont buy a ready rondo suit wben you can have ono mado to order lust as cheap A J Adams ONLY Danvvlllo gentleman who know whereof ho affirms say s yearoorat at Buffalo Uos about right but Little Britain people will mob him If he doesnt lookout for an exhibition Is going to bo held there NOV 25Thisle data fixed b Gen W H Gentry and Mr C E Smith for three Important meets at Crab Orchard Springs that of the fox bound lovers tho beadle hound day Thorfd e bird huntIng and tho general thinks that tbo three sports will draw such a crowd and create so much amusement that the week will bo a memorable one HUSTLERS While In Cincinnati other day Messrs W G Cowan and O Allen of tho West End gut O175 In special premium for the fluster vlllo fair from the following wol- known firms J M Cotton ft Co F Saddler ft Co W R Crawford ft Co J S Kldd ft Co Green Embry Co Lincoln county stock men shoul remember these gentlemen when the ship cattle hogs or sheep to the Cuce City Ono good turn deserves another OLD VIOL1NMr 0Ing who helped to make music lor the hop at Crab Orchard Springs Friday night performed on a verv old and a very fine vIolin According to the date that can wdae ma k log It 100 years old Mr King says ho bought it of Will Payne who told him bo got tips Porto Rico while soldiering there If the Instrument Is really as old as faaleatedlt Is worth lea weight Ic gold as It Is remarkably line toned and very lights GlTH SEASONDire H C Plndell of Louisville Is spending her 54th con secutive season at Crab Orchard Springs and Is much pleased with tho way MInI Host Willis la keeping l She Is 70 years old and says when she first wont to the place only a few cot tages appeared along the pIke between what is now the offlcn building and Calico Row Many tender associations linger around the delightful resort to Mrs Pindcll who eaya sho will return each year aa long as she Is able to tra oh Sho Is nearly blind now and scare ly over leaves her room MAY SUE Miss Ella Brooks of Eu basks was hero Friday talking to sev oral lawyers concerning a suit for dam ages which she may bring against W T Beldam and Wm Gilbert trustees echoroh was en toko Horl Orchard had been gluon tho position tShe Is greatly hurt over tho treatment tvIIu paired Miss Brooks is a very pleasant the teas that she has a flrat class certificate proves that she ls capable to teach c1 25o MADRAS at IDc Severance it Bone 1 WHITE grey and black silk gloves Severance felons CHICKEN feed and shlpstuff cheap for cash J H Baughman ft Co pswTUB weather is still hot and dry with no promlseof a relief from either LOOK at Severance Sons ad They mean to close out their summer good If prices will doIt nPMf thatour terms arc cash Loa rash prices on teed ot all kinds J H Baughman ft Co THE L ft N will tell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday at 8160 Twelve hours In the city ELIJAH DCNBAittathnr of Sidney Dunbar of this county died In Rusioll county leaf week aged 62 CROPS In Casey aro burning up on account of the drouth said Mr W G Short of Mlddleburg who way hero yesterday morning to pay for his paper almost before we got up- I Breioutcommodated at this office They contain GS posse of premIum advertising mat ter etc and are worthy of your pe rusal FRIDAYS Ad v contained a splendid writeup of Hustonvlllo and the West End generally Owen McIntyre Is trying to let Into the good traces of the Htistonvllle people again utter assisting In perpetrating what he thought a huge Joke concerning the change of name of the capital of the West End- THERE arc around hundred guests at Crab Orchard Springs now and they compote as pleasant a crowd as ever anddnil every sacsythey are succeeding admirably A number of arrivals aro booked for this week IT has been discovered that 860003 030 In cash escaped taxation last year This amount Is said to have been In the banks of the various counties and was not given by the owners of that amount Ot this sum Lincoln is said to Garorard 8175SOS Mercer 331080 Iulas- kl 1171025 Rockcastlo had no bank when this assessment begun HAVER Fred Orndorff Haver the three months old son of Mr and Mrs Junctionywas and burled in Buffalo Springs Cemetery Friday afternoon Tbo little thin coaetfawas too weak to stand the ho weather Its mother was Miss Nelh- Or4aortt well known hero and for whom much sympathy Is felt Tilt meeting of the South Eastern Kentucky Medical Association Frlda proved an Interesting ono throughout thDce tory were abun oilJr a o core took place Dr I S Wesley Lancaster was made president Dr presideoc t was a lecrct ry an d treasurer Besides the local physi clans the following plllprecrlbers ware present Drs John CL Cooper Livingston J W Parker Corbln J II Lutz McWhorter W J Children Livingston M Pennlngton Mt Vernon G W Casenburg and Edwin Poyntz Paint Lick H G Sandlln I S Wesley and Hugh Grant Lancaster J C Darker Hustonvlllo The next meeting will bo held at Mt Vcrnon Sept BACK HOME Clarence Coleman who has written to this paper from many foreign ports and who served Uncle Sam with distinction in the Phil ippines surprised us by walking In onus Saturday He was just returning homo from 21 months service as a sol eut4 flower both at thought of having to answer at roll call no more and seeing his mother and sister who live at Mid disbars Fond of curIos bo brought many Interesting relics with him and hid so much luggage that he had to pay over 110 for excess baggage from Frisco Mr Coleman la a soldiery spacecho wont Into two Inches Is as straight as an arrow and would weigh a ton or so more or less if ho were right fat By rendla this paper and the Courier Joura regularly ho has kept up with the tim pretty well politically and otherwise and wo are glad to say that ho Is just as good a democrat as ho was before ho left to serve his country Claroa Colemans name will contlnuotoappear In these columns frequently as ho prom ised to keep us well posted on the do togs of his home county the Stato of Casey In answer to our query you kill anybody while a soldier answered I am proud to say that I didnt take the life of even a Filipino and that I escaped Injury In every way myself t Bco FINISH at Craig S Rockers 16 20 and 25o LAWN on our10c counter this week J P Jones To FARMERS We are still running our mill at the same place J H Baughman fe Co DONT fall to get some of those cotton coverts on cleaning up counters at Cc per yard Severance Sons CARSON S PENCE will take all kinds of live stock and toad in exchange for buggies farming material harness 1Lc WE hays waited patiently on you for tho money duo July L If you dont come around ibis week well call on you Beazley Bros BAD While Miss Jeanlo Poland was riding horseback on the farm yesterday abe suffered an attack of sunstroke and fell from her horse breaking her right arm at the elbow J W JAMES of Crab Orchard has bought the handsome McAllster home In front of Crab Orchard Springs and will remodel the building He will pot uiovu lulo It before fall however Tile dining privileges of the Huston vlllo Fair July 31 three days has been let to Mrs Joalah Bishop who knows well how to prepare good things to eat Nobody need go away hungry now DIG STADLENC Greening is building for Georgo E Alford at Hue tonville an Immense livery stable which will be completed In time for the fair It la on the site of the old stable and will be a daisy Tin republicans It is said will meet here Saturday to consider tho advisa bility ot putting out a county ticket or a part of one If they are wise In their day and generation they will decide to let well enough alone thisdstore In Stanford which will be unwel come news to Its many customers who have gotten their moneys worth there Read the closing out bargains they are offering RICH FJNDJ E Stoic a black workingla1000 The money was black from exposure and had evidently been bur led a long time HELD WITHOUT BAILAlfredB- right who fatally shot Sam Blake more also colored at Crab Orchard last Tuesday had his examining trial yesterday and was held without ball A bad case was made out against him Lincolnga soon Fo4eTHE following shows thenumber of school children in the counties named and the amount that will be expended seboolethleecholaetly t 4295 1073760 Casey 5348 113 3560 Garrard 3977 U04260 Jessa 5931U8250laskl 11180 27050 Rockcastle eJ393iSALEJOn Saturday July 27th At Stanford Female College auctionhered stoves chain tables rockers bedroom willbeginTO PROPERTY OWNERS loseesItoy and adjoining counties Tho llama In representedbImy property In the abvo tom 18torpromptly and liberally Respectfully Q DAVIS Executors Notice I The creditors of D W Vnndeveer decd are horobuy notified to present their claims dulypravonsettleThUMARTHA VAJJDEVEEn Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer NONE BUT GENUINE andFIxturcabutkeep onthcnyouu s OAUIESTEI iiustonyiiie FOX LOGAN SALEorDANVILLE KENTUCKY andtorCoN Logan Wood Manager J H WARD CO NEW Stableh0Ntw and stylish Turnouts listen reisonitle 1I0neiLOugIlUy Hitches lea No bltcnei on pullllc days f ttsblehone 4i Largest Selected Vehicles Kentucky Staple and Fancy Hardwaie Stoves Chlnaware Refrigerators Ice Chests Call and sec our OperarWe also r the wellknown New Columbian Stoves and full line Stoves and Ranges Alto Salt Lime and Cement JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 1 Dont forget us when you are looking for 6rst clare footwear We sell Hanans Shoes For Men and WomenA- nd hays the best line of ruedium priced School Shoes for Chlldreq ever offered to the trade NeT stock just in Jflffl P JONES Stan- fordJASUCCESS S II Our wash goods sale We sold more wash goods ve ever sold fJIn one week before We still good assortments left You will i1need another dress or waist so dont watt until the choice pat aro gOlloI We will Add the Following Items to Make it More Interesting I 40Inch Black Mohair regular price 40c now 25c 40Inch Black Lace Perola at 25o 42Inch Black Grenadine was 90c at 25c 40lnch Black Wool Crepe at 3Sc Big line of Bells at 25c and 50c All Colored Parasols at half ISeverance Sons miEEiI B UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES I The an Best Stock of In Central We Have Now in Stock carry of other than have wash 150 bouthtJon a smaller margin Price from Z5sell any house Our in Lincoln Central IespecialOWe Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Bruce 8i Bright Danville New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourlpatronago will lie appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call ndsce us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street THE er INTER10RJODRHAL a meted n the post ofee at Stanford 01 toonddats matter Pw bUaheClru2 nit Sstdavs 1 PER YEAR CASH 1 When sot iop MOJ2OO will Ixchirfitd tI FARM FOR SALE OR RENT t Having determined to gotoOltlahoma I will Bell or rent farm of 85 acres 3 miles from ltu tonvllle near Hustohrllls and UrndforcUvllle nice dwelling good outbuildings Including barns well water ed land In state ot cultivation and fences Inreafri Alto 50 acres good timbered land Possession Nov 1- 5E1 OAlllENTER Hustonvlllo I A 8 PRICE IirgoiIItanfordK OOoOT r MeBoberU Drnt Stan la the Ovsley Bulldlnc McKinney Roller Mills t J B McKINNEY Prop XoEinnq e g3 Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Ieal 8hl tua Bran Chick en Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Iggfns A McKlnneys Story Telephone No 48 H Ca RUPLEY r The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY it HAYS tm1DlAXZZS DKiLKKS IX Furniture 9IattlngBRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right f TANPOED KENTUCKY J+ G+ jYJcG1JA Y I UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In SABNESS SADDLEBY FzC Stanford Ky 6 TH- EQueen Ad CrescentRoute its connecting lines the w an American F Exposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 1 canloarateaaadepeclaltralnserTlr will announced later The Inn American the greatest American Expos since the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful dliplar special features dazzling 1ldl- a1NIAGARA It FALLS 80 minutes ExpoaiUonnGrounds FreeJecJnIDChaits nmwonwyrawnww Nun wawa E 0 MltCHILL r tullll3 4P p r at t and to I be Ition J4 saw 054 I It anted N D 1111 Madison Ave Covington Ky for merly of Cincinnati Ohio Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye Will be at the Myers House Stanford Thursday July 18 1901 One day returning every month Refer encest Drs und Keld and others of Lancaster 0- GlassesfIiir Adjusted ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices PRUITTBROSMORELAND FurnitureUndertaking And Livery DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford July Si and 25 Eves examined and glasses scIcntlOcally adjusted Oftfco hours 0 a m to 5 Po m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PHOI BIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grinding and that Initial all times furnish tbe best o- fFlour Meal SWpstuff Chicken Food Etc At thetery lowest prices and I solicit a share your patronage promising to give you the very best results Dont forget me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs Slaving PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danrllle Mondays WedUeeJa1 and Fridays WUle In Stanford TuenUrs Thursdays end Sat urdsysT- Offlceln the Ptnnlnpon UaliainglSUnfordOI nee hours 1 to AI to r sr OSTEOPATHY This Scl n originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KlrUTllle Mo depends on tbi principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Us re salts itrequlresnotaith no drugs no rubbing no surgical I claims rnlng super oatura1Osteopathydevsmanassmachine of so many parts lit Is all pare are properly adjusted anil not overworked health Is the result Borneo the diseases treated by ui Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Ihfumttlito Catarrh Weak Orallulated Ltd fioltre Heart r and Lung Dlseae CoDIUroatioD llles Enlarged Iroiliate all Stom Bch and Intestinal trouble Dhaes of Bones mod trims J lit taral siiiecoutlaencolUrine LocomotorAlaxL- a Fmale Diseases a specialty Consultation FreeFRSTNATIONAI RANK OF STANFORD KY pJUlStflk 150000 Sirplu 110000 This Institution originally ejtabUshed u tbeDe- poalt Bank of Stanford In 145J then reorganized he National Dank of Stanford In 18SS andagali organised as the First National Dank of Stanforc n 1882 has had practically an uninterrupted exist nctfor years It Is better supplied now wits cllltles for transacting business promptly and t ally than erer before In Its long and honoiab career Accounts of tndllduallIduclarln- and y mxiCTOii F Reid Lincoln Co J W Hayden Stanf- uiT Harris 8 H Baughman J SHocker TP Hill VP Walton W A Tribble J UColllerCwbOrchd Jas IWLlnsonBubble 0Elmore Stanford orncaas J S Hater President J J ilcEoberta Cashlir Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Block f100000- ucceuor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under time management contlnu ouily for 35 Yean elicits Your Bank Account loping such bailnms relations will prove mutusj ly Unettclal and pleat DIR titTORSJ J Paxto- nJ8Jwslef Sr J N Menefee- A W Carpenter W II Cummlcs J E LynnS thanks J F Cub J B Owslty OFFICERS 5 L Shanks President J nOwlle ubler- W t Atst Cash SHELBY CITY Harvo Miller a colored boy about 22 whom Mr Boo Durham took wIth him to Nashville to work on his con siructlon train was burled hero Friday morning His head was blown nlncos t oft by another Negroat Naahvlllo for fooling with his wife The proudest man In Boyle count Is our former best of aaaessora Georg looker for early on the morning of July 10 there arrived at his house a fine ninepound girl Ruth Rocker The next oldest a boy 10 years old Hence Mr lockers joy On Thursday la Mr Wm Kenney1 woods Ii from Junction City the Chris tlan S S held a ulcnlc for Its pupil due to the work of Messrs Lesley Sharp Bro Mills W B Burke Dr Chase Mrs Trosper SlAter Mills Mrs McCollum and Prof Grubb Mr Warren Rose of Harrodsburp Is spending vacation with hie cousin Miss Lyda Pearl Rose Miss Alice William vtslttnpr at Rusaell Spring sad at her grandfather Mr Ham McAnlnch at Mlddloburff Miss Kath erlne Wells Is visiting friends at Lib erty Mrs J A Mitchell and child ren Katherine and James A Jr of Bowling Green were tho guests of her sister Mrs Robert Crow Miss Lavl na Ferguson of Ferguson Is spendloi her vacation with her aunt Mrs Robert Crow She Is quite an attractive young lady and an accomplished must clan Mr Robert Chrlsman of Dan vllle spent tho first of the week with his friend David Fox Dr H L Cart Wright has located In Burknvllle whither his son and daugctor will fol low him August let Mr Wm Silcox returned homo Wednesday from a via It to his relative Mrs Shackelford of Lexington Mr Thomas Silcox who has been working in Lexington returned home Wednesday with a badly sprained ankle Mr Edward Welch ot Ptnevllle was up to se his aunt Mrs Weaver Dunn Mr David A Moore has been seriously but Is bet ten Mr Mike Ellis brother of our tlnner Geo Ellis Is down with typhoid fever Wm Reynolds was very sick the first of the week but Is im proving now QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower ttlll has ale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for ndigeation or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and thoy seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heartlallure etc They used August lower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of indigested food regulate he action of the liver stimulate the ervous and organic action of the sys em and that ial1 they took when feeling dull and bad with hedaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Ireens August Flower In form to make you satisfied there Is nothing ml ous tho matter with you Get Greens PennyiLug P I RATES ON SMALL BILLS WRITS nOR CATALOG SEA SnORE EXCURSIONS VIA C fi To Old Point and On July 16th the Chesapeake and Ohli Railway will run Ita annual oxcursloi to Old Point and Ocean View Va leaving Lexington on the regular express trains at 1120 A M and 845 M reaching Old Point at noon and 035 r M the next day respectively found trip tickets sold for Boot returning until Aug ttb Slceplni car births will be 83 CO through In each dlrectlou and will accommodate two pereonaat same rato Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of tho Phoenix Hotel at Is In charge of the hotel at Ocean View and has a special rate of 82 boa day and 81 a week for C 0 excursionists Ocean View Is one of the most popular resort on the coast In full view of she ocean and boa a fine smooth beach To Atlantic City On July 18 ant Augl5 the C O will tell round trl tickets to Atlaqtto City at 814 good returning 12 days Stopover prlvllegei will bo allowed at Washington Tick eta will bo good going on rcgulai trains Sleeping car berth will be L through In each direction Arrange your vacation for one of these trips The C it O can oiler a diversity of scenery on route unsurpaas ed by any other lino to the east Send In your name for sleeping car accommodations Do not wait until tbo last few days Ascertain what trait you will go on noon or night train and advise To New York and return The C4O will sell round trip tickets to New York dally at 832 70 going and return- Ing via Washington at 831 45 going and returning via Old Point and tbo Old Dominion Steamer or going via Wash logton and returning via Old Point 01 vice versa or returning via the NeW York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets will bo good 10 days In eluding data of sale and one stopover allowed at Washington Baltl more Philadelphia or at BulTalo Wrlto for full Information George W Barney dlv passr agt Lexington Moro than 20000000000 ot checks aro used annually In the United States and of this amount something like 18 000 aro raised the loss falling on tho drawer for the drawer of a check Is chargeable with the amount paid on It provided hid signature Is genuine no matter for what amount bo has pre viously filled It In ONE Flu TO DETUOIT Tickets will bo on saId from all stations via Queen aL Crescent Route July 235 good to return until Aug 2J account International Convention Brotherhood of St Andrew Ask ticket agent fo particularsa S A convention of negro bankers was called to meet In Buffalo In September IljrArc or 01110 ClIT nrTOLxtQi Jceu CntltTr FlUXK J CIIIMV makes oatb that bt Is the tell lor part rot the Arm of K J CUEXKV A totem bulnea to the City Toledo County and State afomaM and that said arm will ray the um oCONE IILMWKU DOLLARS breach and Mere rate ot Catarrh that cannot bcured by the IM of IUit8 CATARRH CrntFRANK J CHEKHY Sworn to bebr me and subscribed in my ires Public Hills CatArrh Cure Is keIlIUIDal and sets llrectlyon the blood and mucous surfaces of Ibt Item Send for testimonial free F J CIIENEV CO Tolelo O Sot bu TS- eIlgls Family till Iretbe best c L GOVERtThe Undertader and Embalmer Danville Kentucky We have just received a handsome new hearse and are fully equipped Jon directing funerals CUB Is well prepared for tho renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol staring Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed- Mr Cover is president aud Mr Nichols secretary of the Boyle and Lincoln County Burial Association the object of which Is to provide for the funeral expenses of Its members and era the assoclallon8 undertaken J S Goodels thu agent for Lincoln County Phone 175 MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A FIrst Class Boarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ten tetfchcn who were educated at the loading Institution of America nnd Europe and burn made brilliant record as instructors every ono a specialist In her department Music department exceptionally strong Sellout apparatus general eqUipment excellent fare fussy toucIIIrs Freinont lect urea tree by tho on his recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Kurono Ic and healtbtullocutlonl only one serious case of slcknuss In 12 years riceR no higher than other llrstcliiss schools nor titan many Inferior ones Send for catalogue jfo1Jl Ji2ifv4d J August 13 14and 17 1901 II 3OOOO REMIUMS TROTT1NotQ ANDif4l EtGRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 AND ExHIBITVE S1OCK ART 550000 ilRAND OI 11114I REPAIRIAGDEPARTMENT AMUSEMENT 3OOOO INCLUDING AND THE MOST I OF OF RAILROADS SEC ILLUSTRATED Lexington S 50OOO II SUPERBII ARRAY ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised forth ENTERTAINMENT MANKIND II EXCURSION ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN Iciy LEXINGTON Ky x To the Members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Company And Whomsoever It May Concern Various falsehoods Intended to Insure the Kentucky Growers localltl Insurance OoDlanIare being circulated by local agent of other companies In and curtain malicious anti sends warning of thllll stories this company allevery ono Oroer Insurance Com thereof to those giving circulation to them Tlro Kentucky than It Is now It otto but was nover in a moro nourishing condition and has practically house OQtalloU to minor children now being rebuilt by tho company dooutilOo debt Were It to quit builncm Ida It able to any thewill be tohu been so tarcall for thehue collected Its outgoing year It may and can notas last yearis sameto meet RlbJe iosses The rateend any po to call on lastwho are yet subjectthosealtered or lutruased under the law sO nOW is under tho direct hiilf Of need hare no uneasiness on This company rand of who their faith In It control ot fifteen directors men of properly Hoard 1I1tIExecutivethe value of ThroughInsurance totheirriskingby J Onrlmm ofWoodfurd Aot1resldcnt and Alex UunlapWilliamsiwsedof 0 8 hr this board theall calla are axed andot alJllnlJOluveland SrT situ Lelia bimonthly also orlo 1lcally by the full tarlt 7are Investedof the Company or all others Dud none of its nlecrtof directors The connection wlty other lte directory is composed ot hadhave or ever any farmers Ittill Interestrunning a farmers compan Infarmerstut budnessmen believe In It and attach no eredunco to fahe tales eoIand friends toasks It members thetraced tobostudW rust onhails ot fact whatevorhave noconing It They catch of s fee for himself llensru ot tbellofcunning mind of omo exploiting hIt knowledge of his rlvals af man who solicits yout bushes by Urowers Is all rightThe IContuckyhirefairs The praumptlon of talents is apslnat Growers llrectorst A1G- orbam IT and solicit the farmers Insurance lira the Kentucky I UulIedrord JailWilliam Woodtord county l Sidney 10tt C ScountyJaretle Frailer Jr Shelby eountvt W I Cox Anderson J NewtonA LoganFranklin county Jiereer county iL W tlunn T A Bradley A IIcountyt Lincoln O IIIftRlnbotliam Oarrard rousty J K ilsuchman county county Jacob Troutman A C Uhrlstnan Jcs atalne county Vory truly KENTUCKY OHOWKUS IN3UKANOP CO SS E Short St fxxlogton Ky For Good Goods i AT Low Prices x Call on George H Farris Co yN CO TO W B McRoberts DruggistMFor Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains See our line Columbus Troy and tL Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence Stanford GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT 1The Racket Store Stanford Ky At 60 cents on tbo dollar Is an opportunity of a life time to buy everything at abso lutely half price Now it your time to buy 13 f1 15 10 J760 SJ SIO and 81 50 and SI5 teens suits at boa on the dollar All of these suits are well tailored and in tho latest styles We offer no baits to public but otter Fair HQnestroG oo s at Half Price 4y- We also oder our entire stock of drj gouda notions ladies and gents furnishings shoes hats trunks and values ai ooc on Ibo dollar Como and tea for yourself as luero is nothing reserved ai even dollars worth of spring and summer goods muitgo by Aut lUOI III11he8t Irltt IlIltl for all klalIs of country produce TilE KAUKKT STOKE STANFORD FOR SALE House and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagouI In RUM SODA i Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit bFlavors a- tPENNYS r r DRUG STOREJ PRESCRIPTIONS Receive tho most careful attention And fife Filled With TUB Best material the LowcslJOASII Prices f r CRAffG I HCKIRQO- J JLt tau