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It SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I I fj VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 19 1901 9AM NO 41 INEWS NOTES John Alexander Dowlo has become it naturalized American Georgetown furnishes Lexington 1Ilb a carload of Ico dully J W Shaw of Roiovlllr gotNj taken steps to lures a national tobacco aeoclatloncA meeting of the Oocbol Reward Committee will be held In Frankfort Jl Wednesday Fire destroyed a number of business i houses at Marshall Moo causing a lots f of over 1100000 John Lcd orwooll a young farmer GJ cut his throat at Shpals led while 0 suffering from tbo heat Tbo packing plant of David Dold M Sons at Wichita lan was destroyed by Oro Loss 1000000 V Plttsburg capitalists aro still consld M crlng tho establishment of a 12000000 steel plant In Louisville Hopkinsasweetheart Lizzie Weaver Tbo Now York Board of Estimates has accepted Andrew Carnegloe gilt of 13200000 for 05 libraries The strike of 700 stationary firemen N in tho Wllkesbarro Pa district threw workd on as tbo place for encampment of tho State guard which will begin Aug 8 Andrew Carnegie has agreed to give Covlngton 176000 for a library and an t dltorlum ills original offer wei 40 000Roy and Bryan Jones were fatally err burned nt Grand Ripple a suburb of Indianapolis whllo trying to start a r Ore with coal oil Mr Carnegie has slgdcd the deed placing 10000000 at tho disposal of tho trustees of the Carncgio Scottish i Educational Fund The quarantine camp at Sprlngflold has been broken up the suspected smallpox patient has been discharged p and the scare Is over A terrific ball storm of an hours du igreat visited Columbus Ind doing damage The St Denis Hotel Hoe struck by lightning A prairie fire near Lamed ICas de 1 t itroyud 40000 biiiholi of wheat in stack A residence and barn burned and ono man was fatally burned- A mob of Negroes at Courtland AlaItook Alexander Herman a from ofllcers and hanged him Ho wa charged with killing Salllo Swopo IITbo heat has been so Intense In Eng land that Queen Alexandra was pros forcerrcm o Soblattor the divine healer has arrived in Louisville on foot and awai t spiritual advlco as to his next move If the police do not give It to him firn Lightning struck a barn In which they wero sheltering near Now Com- y entown 0 and killed Mr C McMa IranddaulbfS lag near Ulcnwood Ind killed bis wife and child and set Ore to his homo foundin roadaIiCongress which Is proposed to bo bet t rIo Buffalo Sept 10 Charles flush of Winchester u trap cling salesman for the Louisville Cider and Vinegar Works of Louisville was struck by a Dig Fonr train near Lone Ind and instantly killed halos fell Wednesday In a largo sec tion of tbo drouthstricken district at fording relief to tho crops In Kansas and other portions of tbo great corn bolt tho dry spell seems to have bee broken and there aro prospects of moro rate Mayor Harrison of Chicago has or dared a 20 per cent cut in tho city ex penses and ho also declares that unless assessments aro raised the city will not receive enough taxes to meet expenses A total of 82000000 in unpaid bills by f January lilt predicted t Judge Miller handed down a decision r tos4road company for dividends duo on tho countys subscription to the company stock In 1858 The case has been on the Jbiersoo circuit court docket sine 1370 Two moro mills havo been closed b Amalgamated Association organizers making a practically complete tieup of the American Shoot Steel Company in all 393 plants are closed The steel magnates declare there will bo no com fpromise and no unionizing of nonun ift Ion mills I r Lato advice from Dj weoDunder Iho dato of Juno 23 state that the gold shipments to the outsldo this year Hive amounted to 5000000 to date Over WOOOtOOO of thli sum wont down the Yukon and is going out by the way 1of St Michael and the balance has gone up the river John Burns was driven insuno by tbo heat In Nicholas county- J 4ncoorcounty lied suddenly John Morton of Madison Ind slid oft a load of bay and struck a pitchfork which was forced Into bit body Bo died In great agony Mrs Edwin Drake has found a pearl nt Hound Island which Is the exact counterpart of the Queen Mary pearl valued at 40000 found at the same place several years ago The lull and flbal evacuation of Pc kin by tbo allies will tako place Aug 14 the anniversary of tho relict of the legation The city will then bo en tirely surrendered to the Chinese James J Hill B U Harrlraan H McK Twombly William Rockefeller and Samuel Rea have been selected by J Plerponl Morgan to Oil the vacan else to be created In tbo Northern Pa c ub directorate Conductor John S Smith of the L it N railroad was walking In his sleep at his home in Jelllco and tell out of a sccond tory window breaking his wrist nod rendering him unconscious for several hours Two Paducah men parents of former Inmates of the Stato Reform School at Lexington aro endeavoring to secure an investigation of the Institution charging that children confined thorn aro the victims of cruelty Tbo ofllclals of the school pronounce the charges to bo absolutely without foundation The officials of tbo steel corporations are outwardly paying no attention to the strike of the skilled workjjen of the sheet Steel hoop and tin plato mills while strikers aro devoting their efforts to tbo organization of nonunion mills which aro in The tostrikersont inactivity of the steel manatee and by the efforts of euppWt from oth er labor organizations IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The A O U W street fair lion at Richmond The Lexington Elks will visit tbo Danvillo lair In a body Mrs James McGarvoy aped 82 IB dead In Mercer Sho was the widow of a Dominican priest Gov Beckham hat finally decided that Holly Strutton the Anderson county murderer must bang Aug 10 Simon Dezarn who escaped jail rvine was arrested at Lancaster and Turnersof of Education of Richmond and ono of tbo best known men In Madison Is dead U W Phillips ono of Liberty mot enterprising citizens Is erecting another business building In bis town Cityea years has raised u brood of chickens this year and is laying lain John T Thomas of Harrodsburg a wall known traveling man Is dead of typhoid fever He had been CInaklntt Stanford for many years and was very popular hero The Somerset Company the owners paldnlda per cent and havo mopey left to throw at the birds Attorney S A D Jones of Kirks whicdh running at largo on tbo highways of tho countyRlohmon ClimaxJ Hamilton of Lancaster hIllS been notified that his lost In the char bon stricken district in Mississippi will bo henry Ho is extensively Interested there In mules and horses Tho com munication stolen that the disease is spreading Frannk 17 years ago Bud fled to Indiana and remained In that Stato and Illinois until a short whllo since when bo returned to Uockcastle i was arrested and at his examining trial was acqultttd Tbo machinery and derrick and barrels of oil at Bertram Mrell No2i owned by the Somerset Oil Company wero destroyed by fire The loss is ThillIeIn tho Kentucky and Tennessee liaise The well will bo fitted up wit now machinery at once What most people want is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys L1vyer e easy to take end pleasant in cflect For sale by Craig 4 Hockor Druggists I I Colorado Excursions Tickets via tbo Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduce rates 820nleforP A Cincinnati Double dally train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen S Crescent Route Fast schedules Quest trains to Cin clnnatl and North Queen k Crescent Route LAND STOCK CROPS ETC M S Baughman sold to E P Woods 6 late lambs at 3u Samuel Dudderur sold to Ltwson ft Fox four heifers at 3ic Seven sows and 31 pig for sale Mark Handle Stanford R L Rubble has 100 acres of the finest corn in Lincoln county- L L Doty sold to D N Prewitt a bunchof 74 pound lambs at 4c JR Kevll of Princeton harvested 1010 bushels of wheat from 40 acres Si W Menofee bought of Fox k Lo- ang u fouryearold gelding for 1116 Jerry Caldwell sold 25000 bushels or wheat to Anderson tSpllman at 65c Arllno B a floe racing mare was killed by lightning at Colorado Springs Col R L Rubble sold to J HBaughman it Co 50 barrels of taro at 275 at his cribStore your wheat with Morris Fred at the Farmers Roller Mills Stan lord Boralma beat The Monk In straight heats at Detroit Tbo time was 209 and 207 Sim Slaughter sold his farm of 270 acres near Danville to Mr Anna D Moore at US W M Brlghts 43 acres of wheath averaged 101 bushels but 20 averaged 25 bushels I C James of Harrod burg sold to Taylor Bikini of Burgln a Red Leaf colt for 8100MawsLN13 horsemen have bulls u oleo track on which to work their high steppers Wni Hamilton sold to Thomas Smiley combined horso for 125 Bear ley Bros sold him a gelding for 175 Beet cattle sold at Ho at George wn our Monday Yearling heifers 112 50 to 1350 Trading was dull I want to buy your wheat and will pay you the blgbet market price for It See roe before you sell D S Carpenter nUltoDvlllo In a unclog race at Detroit Anaconda defeated Coney who won the first heat In 202 The other two beau were made In 2021 and 203 Mr Nowt Uambrick of Dry Run neighborhood furnished the George town market this season with 2300 quarts of strawberries which bo sold at lOc a quart Eleata won thq Merchants and Man 2OS4tbreaking the track record There wero 15 in the race and it was for a puree of 10000 Cogar fc David bare purchased about 40000 bushels of wheat tbo bulk In Boyle county at prices ringing from 65 to 58 cents Anderson ft Spllmun bought about 50000 bushels of wheat at from 57 to 05 cents Advocate Garrott Powell and Newt Hambrlck helped cut tho drat ties used on the first railroad built In tho United States It tone the road from Lexington to Frankfort Work was commenced on it In 1831 and It was finished in 1833 Originally stone sills were used In place of wooden ties Tbe care drawn by hordes They were operate in this way for five or six years when steam was Introduced on the road and wooden ties substituted for tha stones sills Fielding Hambrlck then living in tho Dry Run neighborhood bad a contract for furnishing ties and Messrs employedd Georgetown Times This Is K portion of Rev Clarence C Millers funeral discourse over the body of Congressman A N Martin at DlulTton Id It would have been better sold Mr Miller if Mr Mar tin would have been shot on the field of battle than to have lived to lead the life bo did Ho was In publlcoOice tho better portion of his life and made In one olllce 100100 but was sent homo for burial In a cheap pine coflln fur Wished by the government His ills was a tragedy and the use of liquor made It so During tbo services tbo widow and daughter expressed a desire to be token from the church QueeIle hand return July 23 24 and 25 at rate of 1075 from Junction City account In ternational convention B Y P U of America Tickets good until slat or by depositing and paying fee of GOo ox tension will be granted to August 24 For particulars call on Queen C Ores coot ticket agents or address o L Mitchell D PA 107 W Ninth St Chattanooga I A boozy husband on the way home met his wife who bad planned to scare him She bad disguised herself to look like the Devil and tbo husband countered her Hie hie1 he edwbo aro you anyway tllIm the Devil responded the dis guised woman WellbleIf thatshlcthe case hlc were good friends I married hlc your sister bAtlLAND SINGLETON Democratic nominee for school super intepdent U about the runrln est roan In the county and tbe republicans realizing his ability as a sprinter will warn than likely give him no opposi tion this fall During Mr Singletons term as superintendent be has done much toward the upbulldlog of theI ublic schools and tboe of this county ave never been In a more flourishing condition He takes great Interest In his work and is untiring In his efforts to promote education Supt Single Is a product of the South End of incoln and that he stands well in that section of the county le proven by tbe large vote he gets at the Waynesburg precinct where be voted before mov log to Stanford Besides being a lead er in educational circles Mr Single ton is a leading spirit of tbo Baptist church hero and frequently talks out In meeting there With noboJy against him and the probability that he will out have opposition it Is a sure thing that he will have charge of the public schools of Lincoln county for tour yearn longer LANCASTER The Mason Hotel has been adorned with a handsome sign T S Burnam sold EAzblllper acre as Jt stands Rev A Martin of Nova Scotia will lecture at tbe Christian church next Monday night on Four Years In Eng land II A construction train distributed 12 car loads of flea between Lancaster and Rowland Monday which together with tboio recently put In will make this branch a fair piece of railroad Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is tbe guest of Miss Mary Landrnra Burn side Little Miss Josephine Paxton of Stanford is visiting her uncle JFRobinson Jr on Lexington street Fred P Frlehle one bought the on Water street between Ansel George and T J Hatcher Mr Frlsblo will at once begin the erection of a handsome dwelling thereon and push the work rapidly Tbo ladles of the Methodist church Stormeedstore every Saturday afternoon for the entire summer They will sell and light breads meats salads chick ens Ices cakes etc Proceeds for par sonage Record Fair Dates Hufctonvllle July UJ days Cynthlana July nt days Danville Aug 64 days Madleonvllle Aug 65 days Lexington Aug l0 days Liberty Aug 143 days Lawrencebfirg Aug 204 days Columbia Aug204 days Shelbyvllle Aug 2i4 days Brodhead Aug S3daa Mtddlesboro Aug 2U3 days Bardstown Sep 3b days Russell Springs Sep 34 days Ellzabethtown Sep 104 daysfBowling Groan Sop 105 days Springfield Sop 114 days Glasgow Sep ISt days Louisville Interstate Fair Sep 23 12 days A Little Rock Ark dispatch says A Texas detective placed under arrest a supposed young woman who had been teaching a private school In Madison county for some time It turned out that tho echoul teacher was a man In ditguUo that his name was Sears and that bo was wonted in Texas on the charge of a murder committed seven years ujfo It U said that bo was a most engaging person and that the young men of tbe community had got ten up a great rivalry on his account No one bad ever suspected the decep tlon When arrested ho had In his possession 93000 In cash carried In a beltr I I Cuts and bruises are healed by Cham berlalns Pain Balm In about onethird the time any other treatment would re quire because of Its antiseptic qualities which cause the parts to heal without maturation For lalt by Craig i Hocker v e t r Dont feel uncomfortable And perspire When you can buy such Light attire at the Globe IT PAYS TO TRADE ATa THE GLOBEI Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSDH Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co COOLER I You can kefp much cooler than you noware- if you will let fit you out with our line of hot weather goods lNeglige Shirts Silk Bosom Shirts Shirt Waists Gauze Underwear Low Cut Shoes Straw Hats Soft Ties 1cSerge Coats Flannel Coats TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS t We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c a Live Stock of All Kindst Corn Wheat Oats Iluy Rye c at highest market prices o Carson Pence Stanford u WATCH HEBE NEXT ISSUE HIGGINS McKINNE Stanford t ulardFcndo GolJeget sA Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles lies all the grades of the best city grammar schools and in addition the full regu lar courses of study of tbo best female colleges in tbo Stato Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in all departments by competent and experienced teachers Tho next annual sessionrwill open Monday September 2d Tuition fees tango from 110 to g5 per term 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks 100 For catalogue i address 8 T PINKERTONPxinStazZford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Democratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRis for Reprcttnlatite M F NORTH t For County Judge J SP BAILEY For County Clerk GEOi B COOPER ForCountyAttrnryHARVEY Foe Ohm f o M S BAyGHMAN For Attestor MQ REYNOLDSFor r i w h HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON lutlroid Oommlulontr for theTi a Candidate for 21 Putrid to the will of the democracy IT was a very sensible conclusion to leave the war tax of 500 on marrlai licenses People are going to buy them It matters not what the price and It Is about the happiest and best way a Cel low call help the Government along A man who would remain an old bachelor because of an exhnrbttant fee for his marriage license hasnt experience the bliss of true love and Is hardly fit to let remain a citizen of the countr Let the tax stay and Uncle Sam can make It greater If he likes ONLY 5000republicans took part In the primary In Louisville Tues daywhich goes 19 eh9W that the vote bf that party In the 5th CoDgrefsionf l district Is rapidly decreasing Sapp ticket went through like greased lightning and James F Grinstead beat P BookerReed for mayor bands down There Is much soreness over the machine ruled primary as the dirty LouI Isvllle Post calls It and overythlni e looks good for democratic success tbl falliTHE Jones family at Scottsvllle be f Itevo In divorces A dispatch frou there says that Dick Jones his sons Sam and Tom and daughter Mary have all Instituted suits for divorce charging Infidelity The dispatch dODt state what the sisters cousins and aunts of the Jones family propose to th- In the divorce line but they will bavi r to get a move on themselves If theyI keep up with this family t Two socalled sound money demo crata got on the republican ticket put out in Mercer and the lesson theywill get this tall will be of value to them This Is not a year for flopovers and the flogging that will be administered to them In November will make em wlsb they bad looked before they leaped and remained with the party of white peo pie and decency TOE expenditure for pensions for the fiscal year ending June 30 was 8138 531491 an increase over 1000 of 109I 351 There are 997834 names on tbeI froU All this and the civil war has over 36 years Whats the matter with giving the whole thing over to the pension grabbers 1ITturns out that a republican named is behind the movement to organ r ize a bolt from the recent democratic convention In Ohio Democrats who would let a rad put bolting notions their heads are worse than republlIn cans themselves and ought to go to the enemy and stay fTllEdispatches Inform us that the c clerk of Rowan will not recog Gov Beckhams appointee for fnlze judge and will call the fiscal together to elect a judge Since was a county clerk a bigger man 4when the governor IiAcler yman In Arcola III has of the children a cent for each mem ber of the congregation they catch asleep during services The church debt Is being fast wiped out and the pastor no longer sighs for his salary THE Louisville Post prints Its edito tvials and a chapter from the Bible on same page thus giving the anti dote to the poison It looks very much however like the devil quoting scripture TILE Louisville Post must have had Dcboo In mind when It published I seen said the statesman Impressively that It were my duty to write a piece Which I then done so- POLITICAL a Jas P Adams has boon nominated for representative by the republicans of Breathitt Magotlin and Lee coun ties 1DanielS Lamont Is being talked of by democrats for governor of New York and recent visits to his country home by David B Hill have strengthened this talk- r w S E Booth of Anderson countywtll be a candidate for State prison commls iloner The republican Legislative convon tlon of the MorganWolfe district nom mated John T Graham of Wolfe city Two thirde of the voters of Louls vllle did not participate In either tbe democratic or republican prImaries held There are 55 voters In this county hearing thenarao of Divine but onl1 14 of them are democrats Harro burg Democrat The State election commission Ie called to meet at Frankfort July 20 for tbe purpose of organizing Allen Smith of Louisville is tipped for secretary The difference between democratic and republican county tickets over tbl State Is The democratic nominees aro picked men the republicans will be uf ter the November olectionGlaegi TimesExCongressman Towne of MlnneitO ta says the democratic party has had enough of Bryan and sliver and tha Hill will be the nominee for presIdent In 1001 with Bryan leading a thlrd party movement Senator Deboe has Issued an address to the citizens of Kentucky In which ho hurls defiance at his enemies and defends himself from his critics He claims credit for Initiating the natlonal polio on tbe Philippine question It la announced from Washtngti that the Louisville poatotHco Is not to have thn Increased salaries and vices of tbe 8500000 class because of the boosting of stamp sales The eame applies to the Indianapolis postolllco Mr Bryan in his comment on tbe Ohio democratic convention crltlclsi that body for Its faunae to reaffirm tbe Kansas Olty platform and Insists tbat tbe convention made a mistake In mak- Ing himself Bryan an Issue He eays be Is not a candidate for any office A Maryland farmer tied a llghtnln rod to his head and walked out Into a otormtBo wanted to experience a nc IHDSaln and an accommodating thus erbolt promptly knocked him out looticvelt Odell Lodge Fairbanks nd Washburn feel much encourager Louisville Times P Booker Reed of Louisville announced that he would not run for mayor on an Independent ticket He denounces tbe machine tactics and BYs he will seek revenge against Collector Tapp Mr Reed said he could not un orstand how Mr Grinstead could accept the nomination Messrs Powers and Howard say IfI tbey were turned loose they could find tbe assassins of Gov Goebel Their tarch would be entirely unnecessary Everybody knows where the assassin are Two of them are in the Frankfort jail one in tbe penitentiary some of them are In Indlanapollsa few In the lountalna and tbe rest are scattered round In the city of Louisville andI are pointed out to tbe public everyday Paducah Democrat Mercer county republicans put out tbe following ticket Monday and what the democrats will do for It la November will be a plenty Marvin Wash county judge Wes Cardwell represen itlve W Lawson Sumrall city attorney McClung McAfee sheriff John Wilson county clerk John Grower jailer James Jackson assessor Owen leronymous coroner This makes full ticket with the exception of the offices for county attorney and superln ndent of schools leaving Messrs Wrren Alltn and C C Walker with out opposition THIS AND THAT Three Negro murderers wore hanged simultaneously at Nashville H S McGtnnlss aged 70 and a well know teacher Is dead at Junction OI ten ycarold son of John LederI man was killed by lightning in Laurel untyFederal Judge Baker at Indianapo lie decides that betting on futures Ie not gambling The United States government has ught the Havana dry dock from Spain for 8185000 Mrs Ed Howard of Graves county was struck by lightning and killed while standing In her kitchen door E M Salla a Ben Hur lodge or an- Izer committed suicide by lying on railroad track and allowing a train to- run over him near Louisville Heat was a factor in two deaths In lulsville yesterday C C Hoskins expired at tbd jail and George Llebold was found dead on tbe floor of his roomJ W Drye has bought 33 acres of- land from Add James near McAfee for 842 an the wheat crop on It The newlvjpurchased land adjoins tbat of Mr Dryea homo placeHar laburg Democrat Aldermen Veacb and MoMlchael and Councilmen Scott and Warren have brought suit against C B Lowry airman of tbe board of aldermen of Lexington and Policemen Reagan Brown Hayes andOverly for 820000 makes each bringing a separate suit for 85000 for false arrest On warrants sworn out by Lowry the four members of the council wore arrested by the o cera on July 2 and brought Into- tbe council maple chamber where tbey- were forced to alt during the election of a back tax collector y MT VERNON A new brick kiln Is under way Blackberries arc plentiful at 5a per gallon The order of LOT Dt la l erel8 Ing at this place Tbe bank 61 Mt Vernon Is makln a splendid showing Honk Adams bought a curload of corn at Brodhead at 82 CO and sblpped to this place The central and southern portion of this county hud a good rain Wednesday afternoon The school book trust nod an Icd pendent concern ara fighting for the adoption of their books lu this countv Among the new candidates for county judge on tbe republican ticket ap pear tbe names of S D Leila au attorney and former circuit clerk A I McCIary a farmer and Jas I Wblte once sheriff of this ounty All the precincts havent been heard from t and the dozen candidates for this ontC may have more company at tbbprlma ryS C Franklin our jeweler wbo started a ginseng nursery a short whtlu since wishes through your scribe to compliment the INTBHIOK JOURNAL on Its wide circulation Mention was made In the Mt Vernon letters two or three times about what was being done by Mr Franklin In his ginseng garde tie has received letters from seven different Stews asking or giving Information on culture and taro of gluten The ballast crushers at Mulllns Sta Lion and Sparks Quarry arc runnlnl full capacity The Kentucky Fre stone Company at Langford still has a largo force quarrying and sawing slone for their big trade North and EllSt Whites Quarry U shipping found Ions curbing and stone for other pur loses The coal people at Pine nm are doing a good business the law nllls are working tanbark staves and other lumber shipments are oodl ilackberrtes arc ripe candidates are hick and lively therefore It la plainly seen that Rockctutte Is by no meaDs Idle Wells Hardln had an examining trial berc before Judge Williams Tue day on the charge of killing Frank Taylc at Uoono Gap In October 1B33 He was cqultted After the killing Hard tied to Indiana and later to Illluoli where he remained until a short Urn ago when he returned to this county and was arrested a few days since Tbe evidence went to show that the paMle had fallen out over a woman some efore the tragedy Hardin was a1itI saloon saw Taylor coming left followed by Taylor to tbe ouse where Taylor drew his pistol attempted to use U but It failed to work ardin then shot him through thi neck Tavlor fell after pursuing HarI din 50 yards Hardin on the advice of- bls lather went to Indiana to prevent violence from Taylors brothers Hardin married In his adopted State has- an Interesting family and ta doing well Bragg Thompson Lancaster and McKenzie Brown Georgetown are so turning here with relatives and play In g three games of bate ball daily J W Brown was in Livingston Tuesday slating Dill Dllllon In fish yarns and Judge McClure has Improved ufI ilently to go to his office Mrs W Tt Short Is making a three weeks visit- to her pyrenta In Arkansas Mr and- re J J Lawrence have gone to Earl In gton where Mr L will resume the legraph business under Dispatcher W F Sheridan C C Williams was In Crab Orchard Wednesday Little obart White bad a fall Tuesday and- was painfully Injured F H Hardy the White Rock lime man was In Danville Monday Leo Porter tbe gentle manly clerk of Orlando Is visiting rel attvesln Jackson county J J Cooke excellent deputy county clerk has o r thanks for courtesies extended Granville Adams of Crab Orchard DOW section foreman at this place Frank Sprats of Lowell went to Llv Ingston Thursday p CHURCH MATTERS Rev R B Mahony asks us to state bat hE can not fill his appointment at Pleasant Point Sunday next jeorge Kllngmana meeting contln ues In interest The morning services are held at their house of worship on Lancaster Street and the evening services at the courtbouse Tour endeavor societies numbering 420 members have been formed amonS- the Boer prisoners in Ceylon These added to the seven societies at St Helena make 12 with 070 members Rev J O A Vaught of Danville fill preach at the Methodist church bere next Sunday morning The pas tot Rev W E Arnold requests a lull attendance of the members aa a very Importaot matter Is to be brought to tbc attention of the church at that service saran show and carnival Georgetown July 2327 One fare for the round trip Queon A Cresent Route- dally during the carnival from aU- points Junction City to Walton Inclusive Special train to Walton July 2526 and 27 leaves Georgetown at 1030 P M Great attractions find dls- play of stock and Midway prosram- Ask ticket agents for further particulars W C Rlnearson G P A brough sleeping care to Buffalo via- Queen L Crescent Route NecessityKnowsNoI1av III V IOn1 lease expires soon it means that our stock must be sold Jt dontnlatter the our aim is now to lofth goods killing prices is going to do tho work some oooclsviii- go Thousands of have realIat cost somo cost people ized the great moneysaving possibilities everywhere within a radius of miles The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale To Quit Businesstis theabsorbing topic and well it may be for never in all your life never in the history of Stanford were such moneysaving chances It will to buy now even if you dont iieea the goods for immediate use a time will come when To11vill need them nothing is more certaint f s Dont Delay ComingT- ime is shortonly few short months and the Louisville Store the cheapest store in Stanford will be no moro They i fore take advantage of the greatest Slaughter Sale ever heard r 1 or dreamed of before This is one chance in a lifetime to Goods etc for Mites thanbuy Dry manufacturers costIThese Low Prices Will Keep Our Store Cowded All our best brands of calico go at 31c Yard wide brown sheeting cotton cheap at 6c our trice for this sale 4c 10 pieces yard wide llCnRle regular lOc quality for this sale only Be Good Pearl lluttons the kind you pay lOc for our price 5o A good o pln for Ic 5 bolts Kentucky Tow Linen ncttlftly worth lOc a yard In hit sale cut to St One big lot Ladles tine Shirt Waists made of best Sea Island 1ercalcs BOIl Lan9 well made and nicely trimmed in tho latest styles worth 3cand I in his tale cut to 3lrc Sea window Hot Ladies Fine Kid Gloves al sizes and colors worth 1160 and f2 In title tale only 411- 000ly2 pair to a Iron 1 lot Ladles s ne Sample Shoes and Ox fords worth from fl to f3 cut to GOru Lace and Congress worth fl 25 cut to 98c Come the Great Closing Out Sale The Louisville Store Stanford Ky Salinger Bros Prors The Owensboro good roads conven tion resulted In the formation of the Green River Good Roads Association with Judge E P Taylor of Owena boro as president Clarence ClumsyMay J have th next dance Vice FrostWhy certainly I dons want It- The L S N will sell roundtrip tick eta to Birmingham Ala atone fare July 28 29 and 30 final limit August tt account National Grand Temple Mo Sato Templara of America RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything It In splendid order the water U plentiful and grounds present a ap pearance be given willing at tentlon Ratcn Adults 15 per week chil drenunder IS of age 280 horse I3SO per week For further Information apply to W M VAUOHAN Painting Repairing S I am prepared to paint and repair buggy carriage or wagon In erst class style Experienced men to do it end work guaranteed can have your old vehicle new for very little money J H GREEK Stanford Ky NEW LIVERY STABLES W BURKE 3DN Prsrs JUNCTION CITY KY TlntClaif Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds aplcndid able Everything firetclaea Porteip meet all trains 89 p GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH- I i have located at Crab Orchard In Gee lolinet itoro near the railroad on Otten helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people tho worth of your money You will Iwuyi find bargains at my store I am elllng secondhand Clothing equal to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing loads Fine Shoes Hats Caps etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat onlio mo promising ou fair treatment I give you a cordial Invitation to visit tho Cincinnati Bargain Store Call and see me then you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morris Frell Farmers Roller Mills Stanford Ht rites It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE 10 dozen Men Wide Brim CanviK rn v Hats worth 60c cut to 25c f J cut to 30c Mens fine Peroale lOll Madras SlilrU a S collars ar Vi pair cute worpi ell out to 49c Mens Percale Shlrti collar and oufli fattached walk Toe out to We lIMona 4ply Linen Collars all sires and styles worth loc in his sale So A few Mena Linen Suits left to clout i these out will sell at USe Choice of any of our Mens or lUtyt fine Straw lists prices range from 60c to 1123 for 39c e to f Now Is Chance J 1 During July null August we will sell clothing of till kjna8Y nt greatly reduced prices We wnnt to innko room for the enormous stock of suits and overcoats we have bouget for full lYe will sell J 1800 Suits For 1300 f1250Sults650 Suits for 450 500 Suits for 400 J It Odd Pants and Extra Coats nnd Vests reduced in proportion Buy now and Save Money f Cummins MeClarv j 4 Here We Are Again SCRIP BalbrtRganUnderwear Your Our Midsummer Clearance Sale begins July htEvery line embracingy Furniture dipetsu 0 Wall Rugs Matting Shades 4 Picture Frames Sowing Machines Oi Into Ha offer speclalInducement In the way of For every dollar you upend with no I give you a coupon which Is worth five cents and for every dime you spend with me I glve you a REBATE STAMP with which you draw premiums We are after tho trade of that wide awake peoplepeople who know black from white people who know furniture from cord wool people who appreciate the opportunity to buy goods of a merchant who lies ono prlco and a cash price Our large wagon will start through the country July 1st show you people what bargains wo have In Store for you F W I W Withers StaDfDr t r GjTHE r INTERIOR JOURNAL FOUI KY JULY 10 1001 TRY tho Judge Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Storo OUR proscription work la unsurpass PeDnylDruh PERSONALS tyiss JBNNIB Ilocicun U qulto flick Miss MARY PENNINOTON U vIsltloR In Lexington Miss ANNE SHANKS Isat Crab Or chard Spring JUDOS J W ALCORN U at Crab Orchard Spring Miss NARY HALL of Maysvlllc U I with Mrs A Trlbblo ti MARSHAL R G JONES and ions went to Louisville Wednesday WM OLACKRRIIY leaves Saturday for Toga Texas to looato MltS A W CtRU of Duretn Is via IironaughtJ Is a saleslady to tbo Louisville Storm MRS O A McUOHERTS spent sever al days with her parents In GarrardI FoxIMRS VI IlKUDlNSof KansasClty Is a guest at Mr A W Carpenters Miss EUGENIA IJusn of St Louis Is the gcuit of Miss TcvU CarpenterI MRS W J UOMAVS of Lancaster was tho guest of Mrs SYrA Carson fats JENNY DUNCAN of Lancaster spent several days with her sUtcr Mrs RO Warren r Mlts W U CCNDIPY of Klnnsvliio lt visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J A Wright hero MitSTi E WOOD of tho Maywood section suffered a stroke of paralysis Wednesday night Missus MELLIU UOllnn sad Mao Taylor of Iluitonvllle are guest of ANU MARY TRAY Cooport uro guests of MI e Miss ANOELINE Cotiti of Stanford ls the guest of Mln UoMlo Covingion Richmond Ianuuruph MILL L1 WusTBRFmLD and WII lam Sheridan WcslerQeld are spend lag a few days at Livingston MISSES MARUARCT AND NAN DEN TON JAMBS of Lexington aro visiting Mr and Mr W II Wcaren MISS SALVE GlVENS bas returned from Bowling Green where she bat Ibeooattendlo Normal College FRANCIS will move tit her husband to Danville Monday Ho i has a position there with Sa1l0 Bros MRS II R MILLS of Mlddlcsboro ro J Is at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J II Bright on Ilanglng Fork MESDAMES Josin RANEY and W Sharks and Milo Susan Fisher Woods went up to Crab Orchard Springs yes 1 terday WE are clad to learn that Mr in R Moore of the Shelby City section Is c the road to recovery after a very severe spell J W TATS secretary of the Bro d bead fair was hero Tuesday IIo says they are going to have a cracker jack exhibition this year MR A U ROYALTY and son Willie f of Casey wero hero Wednesday IIo r says Major M W Jones Is sure to bo countyIwent to nor rodsburg Wednesday to tako tbo post don of stenographer and bookkeeper for the Harrodsburg Democrat MR TINSLEY SlOONAMORB has our thanks for a good etzed basket of replondhl peaebel Including a lot of h dwarf variety which ara very luscious J n BOONE has moved his family to the rasldonco on Danville Avonnu made vacant by J II Ward who has moved to the farm be bought of Mr Boonot ANNA FRASTEE BALL of Mays vllle who has been visiting her auntt Mr n C Jennings la Lancaster Is spending this week with her classmate Miss Sara Hacttley- MR M F ELKIN of this place Is now a supreme otllcor of the Order of Maccabees At u meeting at Port Huron Mich ho was chosen First 1 wartflyh LOCALS Bno FINISII at Craig S Hookers UCSTONVILLE FAIR July 31 three daysitTO FARMERS Wo aro still running our mill at the same place J H Baugbman t CoitS Loot at Severance L Sens ad Thoy mean to close out their summer goods if prices wilt do it REMEMUER that our terms aro ca Low cash prices on feed of all kin J H naughraau Coitt SHIRT waist problem solved Now attachment to convert any shirt Into a shirt waist at Cummins fc McClarya it TUB fiscal court mot Tuesday and ao cepted a number of bids for keeping the pikes In repair Tho turnpike roads of the county wero laid oil Into dls r ti trlcta giving each magistrate a similar amount of pikes t J perfeotfittlDg THE pension tthelate John T OHalr has been Increased to i9 PLENTY handmade harness of tho latest pattern on band J C McClary DEATH Rov Lucian Purdom died at bis homo noir Mlllcdgovlllo Sunday of consumption No such prices ever bolero In Stanford as Severance f Sons aro mak lag on wash goods WE have plenty of chicken feed an sblpstutT on hand Will sell cheap H Baughman it Co DONT fall to get some of those cotton coverts on cleaning up counters at Cc per yard Severance Sons jon SALE OR RENT Residence on Upper Malu diagonally opposite th Collogo Inquire of K C Walton FINED George Craig for bouncing n brick bat oil of Will Baugbmans head was tiDed 810 Both aro colored A HARD rain fell In tbo Turncrsvlllo ycatordaymused It THE NeaPn Creek school Miss Allco PGllllps teacher wUI begin Monday next 2lst Mr James Burke who Is a trustee sake us to request parents to tend their children on the first dayha READ ou another page tbo advcr tlscmont of the Danville fair The ex- hIbition thin year promises to ccllpjo all former efforts wbllo the other at tractions will equal the1 best In the country THB Hustonvlllo aeoballteam beat our boys 10 to 2 there Tuesday alter noon but they dad to Jot a Dunvlllo pitcher to do It With strictly homo playersjonly Stanfords bate ball team 1s almost Invincible HCSTONVILLE Come in and eco tbo groat reduction of prices on tailor made suits I am offering for July earl Au gust Dont buy a ready made suit when you Can save one made to order lust as cheap A J Adams Tim program of tho Sunday school plonlo to bo gives at Green River church Vosoinitu tomorrow Is n lengthy and comprehensive one aDdD big time U expected Dozens of young utopia will take part In the exercises THE fifth anniversary picnic of Stanford Lodge No 2010 G U 0 of O F hand Household of Ruth No 580will crut a big day for tbo colored brother Is ex petted tat BELGIAN HARES Thomas W Var VarnaCn glan Hare business fie has ordered a lot and will ratio them to sell Thoy coat him 15 a pair but ho hopes to sell them at a lower price later 5 THE familiar taco of Capt Tbos H Dell who has beta handling the mails at Junction City for the put 15 years will bo missed Ho has been trans departmentLouisville sir to IodlanapoIIItemporarily Tile catalogues for the Liberty fair Aug 14 15 and 10 are In press at this daysLiberalring rind every thing points to the next latalc being tbo best Liberty has over IsGad J C Coulter Is president and G R Wilkinson Hawk Is secretary while the board of directors Is compos SpecIalhave been obtained FtltEE T Rogers house at Roland w burned Tuesday night Including orlilinatcdInMrs Rogers and little eon had a nar row escapo from burning as they wero asleep and wero not awakened until tbo llamcs had gotten under headway Mr Rogers was at Crab Orchard at tbo roighavegood ono and cost W H Dudderar who built It about 81200 The smoke house well Olled with meat was also destroyed Mr Rogers loss is about 81750 with 8750 insurance In tbo J tucky Growers Insuranco Co of Li ington NOHODY but a darn tool to wh class Owen Mclntyre of the Advocate scorns to properly belong would havo construed as ho did the Item about tbo Danvlllo man saying that the Huston villa and PanAmerican fairs were the yedear his fair but as ho has shown such deep Interest In the enterprise wo bav do aided to use our Icllucnco with Sea re tary Bright to get him a comp do well however If he gets Insldo tbo grounds at all at tho Iluatonvlllo fair attar life huge joke about changing that towns name Wrlto up tho town again and you mav then stood a 6hov to gain entrance for the small sum of 50c x T r 23o MADRAS at 10c Severance Sons WHITE grey and black silk gloves Severance l Sons andehMlptutlchaap for cash J H Baughman k Co Se- Tttr L Jt N will sell round trip Tw MielveWE havo waited patiently on you for the mosey duo July 1 If you dont como around this week well call on dyou Bcazley Bros it IN 10 days the cat fair Lincoln coun ty has ever bad will bo hold auUuston vlllo Make your preparations to go tho first day and stay until It Is over BLACKIIERRIKS areaching at 5o a gallon in but are scarce hero a weahoots the ad atjoiningALL I havo collected since Juno Is a plugged quarter and two bushels of mildewed potatoes walls Editor Lan dram of the Central Record Wo might add that collections Bro not much boost hero but wo wont do It HELD OVER+arty Rout a colored bov was tried yesterday for stealing 810 from Biggins S McKlnneys cash drawer and held over to circuit court In which be has failed to give Ho d several pocket knives which ho lied evidently gotten from the shot dm for which be worked A CORRECTION By some means little mistake crept Into the Huston vlllu fair catalogue and it was nccessa an ry 4dgelding as tallow No 48 beat stal lion three years old and under four No 40 best stallion four years old an over 820 JH COLLIER of Crab Orchard Is known by his friends as the telephone polo man He baa bought and sblpihid 50 odd carloads of the poles In tho last few months and Is figuring on soothe big contract This bus brought to tho East End of Lincoln about 83500 and Is proving a good thing both to Mr Col- lIer and those from whom ho buys the poles The Central Construction Co with main oBlco in Lexington got moil of the shipments rHis many friends in this county regret to hear of the sudden death Dr W E Dalley at his home In Paris Texas on the 14th Instant Ho w ases born at Huslonvlllc and when qul young his parents moved to Honey Grove Texas whore ho attcrwar married Miss Jennie Balllnger w also woof to that placo from this county Dr Dally and family lived hero several years otter the war and then returned to Texas His wile and four out of five children survive him One of his sons lost his life In the Galveston cyclone OLD GARDENER BWoods who is close to the Bite milestone In the journey of life told us yesterday that be has a twoaero garden wbii he attends to himself and In which ho takes much pride I use a long hand led hoe for if I bad to walk as much as I dig I would break down ho said Youve enough of this worlds goods what do you work for wo alkedlilt I didnt have work to do I would die Ive been working for nearly 80 years and I cant stop now bo remarked The old gentleman Is getting Infirm bodily but mentally be is as sowed as a dollar and is a most entertaining talk A WHITE woman whom a doe said had an abundant supply ofwbl torY morphine tic on board created coo elderablo excitement hero yesterday She walked through a number of rest dances without ringing the door bells and made herself at homo generally by helping hereelf to whatever she chose She was finally marched up the street by a couple of gentlemen who did not like tho Kind of visits sho was making and when near the courthouse she bad what seemed to be a fit The things that she bad taken were recovered lad she was landed in jail to sober up She told several people that her husband who was In the outskirts of town bad seat her In to bog HUSTONVILLE Big preparations are being made for the fair handaoxme mare Mrs Lena Dollins and children of ho1chfamily of J P Goodo Misses Nellie and Bessie Orchard of Washington City aro guests of Mra J J Allen John Wharton of Boyle was hero this week Misses Mary and Anglo Carpenter aro entertaining a house outThey grays an elegant reception day evening Mra Pottlo Dryo and daughters Misses Alice and May Gallo Dryo will shortly remove to Lob Lyeothem up Miss Llzzlo Boglo of Lex Ington Is with her mother horn Miss Lucy Alcorn Is at homo from Now York City Miss Katherine Alcorn hiss re turned from Chicago Miss Edna Cam nits Is back from a pleasant visit to fore Robert Young In Louisville a MATRIMONIAL George B England of Chicago and Miss Lcttle B Spalding of Lebanon will be married Wednesday John J Barnes of Mt Carmel Paj and Miss Edna Mason were married at Boa Martins near South Fork on tbo 10thJames Cooley of Peoria Iiiandss Roberta Gastlncau of Lancaster were married at Lexington The groom was compelled to return to his duties In Peoria and wired the bride to meet himrAt Anderson Ind when Edward Hazzeldon deserted Edith Hawk In the county clerks office where they had gone to got marriage license Samuel Miller a bystander stepped forward and married the girl Miss May Brafford daughter of wastan Threo years ago while visiting a friend Barbourvllle hemet Miss Brallord wail love at first sight They became engaged When the war broke out with Spain Hall went to the Philip pines There ho has remained until a tow days ago when be returned to claim his brldo The happy couple left for their future homo in England The 0 giant bottle makers of tho United States kayo formed a f30 000000 trust and boosted prices Charles Dllks manager of the South era Lumber company at Valley View died after an Illness of odlya few bouri Gus Ruhlln has been offered a purse of 820000 for a meeting between him ButtenTbo Epwortb League convention was formally opened at San Francisco yea Epworthhoatainfnow persons bydaced by a few applications of Chamber loin Puln Balm For ale by Craig A Ifiwkcr Drucjrlils Pennsylvania Collsgs For Women Sft17I11JICUDlrrwltbinformation sddrm- hiltCUSL MArTIN n D Prei PUBLIC SALE On Saturday July Zitli CollogoOfey her household furniture consisting of dishImoves chain tablet rockers bedroom willtoOWNERShoFor lair and liberal adjustments of leases I recommend to all property owners of C n say and adjoining counties Thu Home In lurnnco Company of New York represented by Jesse Wcaren Stanford Ky On May 171 insured my property In theabcvc com ISDpromptly and liberally Respectfully OEO 0 DAVIS Executors Notice I ebThe creditors of U W Vnndovcer decd arc hercbuy notified to present their claims against said estate by Sept 1901 duly personaSThis nth day of July 1U0- 1MAIITHA J VANDEVEEB Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Dccrlug Harvester Extras and genuineUnleuerthem you genuineI Lexington Horse Show Fair Carinval Aug 126 Days 30000 In Purses andAnd Premiums E W SHANKLJN Secretary r Staple Fancy Groceries Tinware Hardware Stoves Glassware Woodenwarp Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Guests Freezers Coolers and Fee our Operalouse We carry the wellknown Columbiant line of other Stoves anti Ranges Also Salt Limo and Cement JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Dont forget us when you are looking for fhatclaf footwear We sell Hanans Shoes For Men and Women And have the best line of medlumprlced School Shoes for Children ever offered to the trade New tock just in JOI Pa JONES Stanford i A SUCCESS Our wash goods We sold more wash goods than vo ever In one week before We still have good assortments left You will need another wash dress or waisj so dont watt until the choice pat terns lire gone We will Add the Following Items to Make it More Interesting 40Inch Black Mohair regular price lOc now 25c 40 inch Black Lace Perola at 25c 42inch Black Grenadine was 9Oc at 25c 40incli Black Wool Crepe at 38c Big tine of Belts at 25c and 50c All Colored Parasols at half pr- iceSeverance Sons B UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES I The Largest an Best Selected Stock WolIno150 YeHicles Ranging In Price From 25oo TO 50000 and Call also New l sale sold Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and we sell on a smaller margin than any house In Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especial ly invited to look our stock over We Cjalm to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Bruce a Bright Danville New Goods New FirmtAnd Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourpatronago will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsee us W W SAUNDERS I CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street flco t vn IKE INTFK1QRJOURNAL Entered n the post glfki of Stanford as loondclatt milter pbltshraTuoSap aadFxtar t A- Tsi PER YEAR CASHt 1When not topitdaaOO will bechanced FARM FOR SALE OR RENT oo Raving determined goto Oklahoma I will sell or rent my farm of 85 acres 34 miles from HustonvlHe near Hustonvllle and Rradtordsvllte pIke nIce dwelling good outbuildings Including barns well water cdlnml In rood state of cultivation and t tents In good 1t111r Also acres good timbered land Possession Nov 15 E P CARPENTER Hustonvllle A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OMOW McRoberU Drag Start In the Oirsley Ijefdtna McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop Uoinnsy Eye Make and keep constantly on hand the belt of Flour Meal ShlpatutT Bran Chick en Feed ke Prices very reasonable Cus tom prlnding a specIalLy D V Kennedy Miller FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horse and Mules constantly on hand and for sate at all times W Logan Wood Manager R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky RUPLEYI Ston Call DE1LXU IX Furniture BIatUujjsRuR8 And Wall Paper Exchange Furniture for all IiilheywUl of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY JC+ IIcGbMY d 4 UNDERTAKERManufacture BABNSSS SADDLERY ScC Stanford Ky nigh Bridge CAMP MEETING JULY 20TH TO 28TH 1901 SUNDAY RATES And Special Train from Junction City and Dan vllle July sad BAILBOADlICKETS INCLUDE ADMISSION TO CAMP 1HOUNIJS tSrSco Agentsfor particulars r 5W OjUiNEAiisoN 0 P A Cincinnati J JJ r 1 tti iF f J f c7f Is H LandM N D 1114 Madison Avo Covlngton Ky for merly Cincinnati Olio Practice Llmltcd to Diseases of the Eye Will be at the House Stanford- Thursday July 18 1901 One day returning every month Itefer cnccs lyre Cook olUnuon nnd Meld nnd others of Lancaster O L6r Glasses Adjusted ERDFLLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For 1rlces PRUITT BROSMORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery DR G GOLDSTEIN Ere Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford July 2l and SS only Eyes examined and glasses aclenllBcnlly adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills S7ANFOSD K7 MORRIS FRED PROPRIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am readrto do any und all kinds of grInd- Ing and that I will at un tllllel the best of Flour Moal Shijstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very Dont forget me bear lu mind always that I need your patronage JlOKIUS FRKD Pror Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DanrllU Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will bf In Stanford Tucult y Thursdays and Saturdays Ore In the Peanlnston nullJlnglSUnforJO lice baun I to U to PM- OSTEOPATHY e This Science orlClo ted and dnelold by Dr A T StUl of Klrtirille Mo de enJi on the principle of Anatornjr and Ibyiloligjr for Its re rubbin- gnosualoperatlomauiiclalm vblng uper naturaltMeopathyvlevsmanass machlni ofao many III keynote It adjustment When all paru areproperlyadjusted and not health li the result Someolths disrate treated ui Nervous Prostration headaches Neuralgia Hhruiattltni Catarrh Weak Eyes Oranulated LId Goitre heart and Lung mIMIII ConstlpaUon Protttate all Mom uhandIntestinaltrouble IllmtnolIlonH and JInti Spinal Curvature lsl c tloni HtlffJolnU Parnlrtli Incontinence of Urine lmcomotorAtax la Female Diseases a ipecliltjr Couullatton Free FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CijlUl Stack 550000 Sarplu 10000- Tbli limitation originally ettabllthed u the De potttBinkofStanfordln 1SJ8 then reorganized ai the National Dank Sian lord In 1865 and sgalr eor anltedatth Flrtt national Bank ol Stanfonf n lU2hu hid practically an uninterrupted eiiit ncefor IL year It It letter supplied now wlU liclUtletfortrantactlngbutlneat proiaptlrand erallythaneTerbeloreln Its long and honoiah career Account ol Indlrlduala Idnclarlei and IndlTldnaltiollcltedClKICTOat F ReId Lincoln Co JV7 Hayden SUnf- oSTHarrlt 8 U Baughman J S Rocker It TP Bill WP Walton It W A Tribble J U ColllerCrab Orcbd Jts Bobluon Hubble M DElmore Stanford orrrcus J S Hacker PretlJenti J J McBobertt Cathltr Lincoln County National Bank Capital Htock 1100000 8ucceesor The FannenIank A Trust Compan and under same management tOutljr for S5 Years Solicits Your Bank Account Roping iiich bushes rrlatloni vlll prove tnutat ly beneflclal and plea Din CIQRt- 1D Paxton JHOwiIer Sr JN Wenefee A W Carpenter W II Cumuilnt J C Lynn S llShtnkt J F Cub- J B Owiltj OFFICElS SlUt Shanks Freldentt J BOws leashlerw Aut Cub KINGSVILLE Everything IB perishing for want of rainNo socluty events to mention Every ono Is too nearly asphyxiated Rev Dr Allen Qlledhls regular ap pointment at the Christian church last Sunday morning and evening J Everard Crelghton who Is the present night operator at Eubanks was up to sea the homefolka a few days elnco Jerry Baker of Burnslde Is the guest of his eon Assessor O G Baker Merldith Francis Is doter well In his lino of business Ho has a good meat market A lino of different kinds of fruit Is becoming quite a feature of his stand Mr Francis la quite enterpris ing and Is noted for his honest business dealings which gives him the conll dence of the people School commenced here Monday to be taught by Miss Lena Grltflo who Is being assisted by Miss Laura Dye Miss Griffin Is a graduate with high honors and will In all probability teach an excellent school notwithstanding her want of experience which seems to have been the objection with many There wassomo talk of an leo car being run either dally or several times a week for the benefit of the smaller stations Wcfall to see why the plan waa not carried through with for It would certainly bare paid judging from the way people are clamoring for Ice The few who get Ice hero send to Somerset which Is very Inconvenient and qulto expensive Miss Ellen Chevolctte Is vlsltlrg her cousin Mrs D P Dlncon In Some set Mr and Mrs Everett Chovoletto of Lexington who came down last week to visit relatives are both quite sick Mr Chovolcttc Is better at this writing George Rlgnoy Is illof fever Little Miss Effle Webb Is also quite sick with fever Mrs Charles Trusty Is with a complication of diseases Mrs Mack Vest Is very low with con sumption James Rowland who was thought to have consumption Is eald to be recovering Many thousands have been lestorcd to health and happiness by the use of Cham berlains Cough Remedy If aflllcted with any throat end lung trouble glee it a trial for Its certain to prove beneficial Coughs that haws resisted all other treat meat for years have yloded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cares that seemed hopeless that the c imate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by its use Bear In mind that every tattle 8 warranted and if it docs not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you Kor tale by Craig Bother HUBBLE T O Rankln sold some hogs to Sam McDowell attic George Wood bought some lambs 00 pounds and up at 3o Most of the hay crop will be taken care ot this week without a single rain ItGeorge Wood and B W Glvcns wero In Cincinnati with a load ot stock tho Oral ot this week Mlsa Mary Strand who has been visiting Mrs J F Rlcncy and family has returned to her home In Pulaski county Miss Mary Tutnloy is vlsltlnp her brother Wm Tutnloy at this place J J Walker Is on the sick list Master Polllt Alexander Is thought to be some bettorEld A R Moore will till his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday after noon at 3 oclock and asks us to btote that ho will begin our protracted meet- Ing Wednesday night Aug 14 Mrs MInnie Bland fainted and fell from her buggy while dusting It off a few days ago disfiguring her race some We are glad to say she Is all right now Mrs A1st Luce la ablo to bo out again Our school house has been completed by the contractor S L Withers and all who have examined It speak In highest terms ol the workmanship which says much for Mr Wither as a workman and contractor Lora B Miner on going Into the parlor a few days ago to practice her mu sic found a largo snake colled up In a chair ready to enjoy tho sweet songs Lora played Sklpiumaloo as soon as she could and It cap be seen now that she is not as large as she would have been OXB FAIU TO DETROIT Ticket will be on sale from nil stations via Queen d Crescent Route July 2325 good to return until Aug 2J account International Convention Brotherhood of St Andrew Ask ticket agents fa particulars A chain weighing tour tons fell on six won at the Westinghouse Electric companys works In Cincinnati One man B Gorman died shortly after ward and five others are badly injured Excursion rates to P oAmerlcan Exposition Queen ft Crescent Route MrATI or IIJFRITIK J CIIKSKY mike oath that ha ti the- wotorjartntrolthe firm of F J CHI U w City ol Toledo County and iUU iforwald and that uM firm will the aumofONE lltLll UOLLAIISforserband- avrrv rue of Catarrh that cannot be weed by the Mof HAILS CATAIKII Crur HUNK J CHENEY- Sworn to 1elbre me and autucrltnl in ipj prts racethis diy ol UeceuUr 181 tSesll w ULKASUN Public lUlli C Urrh Cur It takes Internally soil arts Irrctljr on the Wood and niucout luiticei of ystem Send for teitlmoDltli free F J Cll BSEY 4 CO Toledo 0 Sold br ilruniiu TJc Halls Family Pills in the bt c L QOVERThe Undertader and Embalmer Danville Kentucky We have Just received a handsome new hearse and are fully equipped for directing funerals CUE RFJPAIRTAt3 DEPABJMENJ Is well prepared for tho renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Upholstering Sc Terms reasonable and atisfaction guaranteed Mr lover it president nud Mr Nichols secretary of the Boyle and Lincoln County Burial Association the object of which is to for the funeral expenses of Its members andaru tbe associations undertaker J S Goode is the gent for Lincoln County Phons 15- MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A Hr9tCIn Hoarding School lIar Girl J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ten teachers who were educated at oho leading tn tltutlon of America and Europe have made tjrllllant record a lnstruct M every one n ipeclMlit In her de payment Music department exceptionally strong School apparatus general equipment excellent fare futsy teachers Frequent lectures tree by the principal on his recent travels In Egypt Palestine und EuroeVellLlitful and licalthful location only one serious case of tleknotsln 13 hlgherthlln other arst class schools nor than many Interior ones Send for cataloguef WAuL PPETS Pf The people ol Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially Invited to call nnd examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in this section from tho rhcapest to tbo most expensive made We have In our employ Expert Taper Ilangeri who will personally attend each job at tho lowest possible price HJ also have a full line of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass fainters Supplies Etc A L GIBBONS Danville The Danville fair 1te 6th 7th nth and 9th Rings for almost everything and Liberal Premiums on all WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Ha C BRIGHT Secretary GEO F ANDERSON Pres tie Je Rmfr Get Rich I r r Jt Others have done so why cant you Deposit j your money with the i THE FAYETTE INVESTMENT 0 OF LEXINGTON KY lllicrc It will be safe and Increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agtnt For Good Goodsr AT Low PricesJ Gallon j t George H Farris Coj GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist J For Wall Paper White Lead lU Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint 1 IVarnish and Varnish Stains AC SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD EENTTJOSY I make close estimates on work andNguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 yearsIthat I have been in business here- I a full stock of Doors SoshWBlinds Metal Roofing Rough lund Dressed P 1Lumber Lath ShiiiRles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered s aREA T CLOSING OUT SALE AT The Racket Store Stanford Ky J- At 60 cents on tho dollar is an opportunity of a lifo time to buy uvnrything at tao lutely half price Now U your time to buy W fa 15 10 Ji 60 SO flu sod N 81250 and ills men a suite at 60s on the dollar Ml of tlieso Milts are well tailored and in the latest styles We oiler no hails to lure the public hut offer Fair Honest Bomb at Half Price IWo also ol1er our entire stock of dry goods notlol1lIlIos and gent furnishings shoes hints caps trunks and valises at SOc on the dollar Como andeo for yourself asthcro is nothing tc erved as every dollars worth of snrlnt andrysummer goods must go by AUIf l 1001 Illghest price paid far all kinds of country produce TILE RAOKEr STORE 6TANFOIDi jFOR SALE House and lot on Main Strct hone surrey mid spring wagon ICE REAM SODA Jt Pure Jersey Crean FruitFlavors PENNYSDRUG kI 1Jijo r uePBESCBIPTIOliSu u iReceive the tacos careful attention andrfIle Filled With TUB Best material ks The LoweslJOASHJPrlces p1 CRAIIGSL1 LlO KER4 r rp t