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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 23 1901 9 A M NO 42 NEWS NOTES Spencer county will vote on free I turnpikes In November The salmon trust was Incorporated In New Jersey with ei 000000 capital Wlrclcsa telegraphy can now be suc cessfully used for a distance of 200 miles The Nntlonal W C T U will hold III temperance concrete July 11 at Uutlu lo Rev Tliomas Hall n venerable and well known Baptist preacher died at k4 Uloomlleld It U reported that Sharon Roes was killed In a pltlol duel at Hydcn with Farrls tultncr Five persons were drowned by the capsizing of a yacht In the sound at J New Haven Conn Lee Simmons committed sulcldo near Cabool Mo i by jumping head foremost 1 In a threading machine Hub Heed deputy marshal of Eliza bcthtown was killed by Harlan Buck ell a negro at a negro picnic- A brakeman was killed and two trains wrecked In a collision on the1 Big Four near Crawfordsvllle Ind Andrew Carnegie has given away In the lat 20 years 10000000 and has 120000000 tokO to public bcaefactlon Three runaway boys from Newport 11IlIIcIIt s Among the homctcckcrs who reels tered In HI Reno 0 Twas Jerry ILSltnpbon the former Kanu concrete 4 Former United States District Judge John Watson Barr of Louisville Buf fured a paralytic stroke of tho right tideAn olllclul statement was made In parliament that the cost of the hoer war was In excess of 81000000 per Iweek The Philadelphia and Heading Hall road Company Imported foreign wen to take strikers places In the Heading shops H C Thurston of Titus county Texas Is seven feet eight Inches tall acd t said to be tho tallest person In AmericaThe furnished 113000000 of tho doutsstlc merchandise exported during the fiscal year out of a total of r 14u0tttiThe Federal court has grant cd an Injunction which will save the PIma and Marlcopa Indians from a water famine The submarine boat Inventor Holland j Is now building a boat in which ho expects to salt to Europe under the Atlantis ocean Two men were killed two fatally In J jured and two slightly hurt by the col lision of two freight trains on the L V i N near Nortonvllle 5John Smith and Max Stucky two were struck by lightning In a wheat tleld at Honnlevllle Seven or I eight men tiho wore working around u thresher wore shocked Thu 2Jfooi sloop yacht Great Ho ltpublic In which Capt Howard Uluck burn sailed from Gloucester Mass lust month has arrived at Lisbon the passage having occupied IS dale A Sun Francisco judgo decided that the trust clause of tho Fair will Is void and two thirde of the millionaires per tonal property valued at 0700000 will be distributed among the children Charles Cecil Fltzmorrls a Chicago school boy broke the record by going around the world In GO days 13 hour 1 20 minutes and 42 45 seconds Ho was sent out by W H Hearst the news paper magnate The 1hlllpplno commissioner have decided after a thorough trial thin the Islands of Cebu and 13oho and the province of Uatangas Luzon are not paclQcd eulllclenlly for civil rule and military control will be reestablished t A general strike of tho United Gar ment Workers has been ordered to go Into cITccl at onto Tbu strike will In volvo over 00000 men and women Tbo leaders say tbo move Is made to compel employers to do away with the aweal shop system and furnish sanitary shops I In a raid on an Illicit still near Monterey Tenn Deputy Marshal Thos Irlco was probably fatally wounded and a moonshiner was killed Cord Mackey a member of the posse was outnumberedIwas cave bo y fell Ho was rescued later According to their custom the re I maining members of the Sixth Ken tucky Regiment Company 13 met in aonua1IIfish fry of days of auld lung sync Of tho 104 men mustered into i service 38 returned at the close of the war and there now remain 23 Judge Canlrlll has refused to grant the injunction asked by the Louisville j ii Nashylllo Illinois Central Clncin natl Southern Baltimore Ohio x Southwestern Chesapeake l Ohio and Southern Railway companies against fromffiof Kentucky the franchise valua jtion of their railroad property for the purpose of local taxation The case will be taken to the court of appeals 4 IAll but two New Orleans breweries I are up by a strike The mercury stood at 1023 In Louis vlllu ut 210 Sunday afternoon Tho moonshiners near Monterey Tonn any they will not bu taken alive In tho year 1000 the United States consumed 119 pounds of topics and 1 1 pounds of tea per capita Senator W A Clark Is said to have supplied 12000000 roubles ol the cap ital of u Russian copper company Agulnaldolndcscrlbcd as being con siderably Irritated at his continued sur vellunce bv the American authorities The striking Iron and steelworkers have organized 125 men of tho tube plant at McKecspurt and claim they will close It down throwing 0000 men out of employment The Grand Lodge of 1lkwill con vene In Milwaukee today Charles B PIckett of Waterloo Iowa will proba sly be elected grand exulted ruler About 10000 visitors are expected The lynching of Jehe Phillip col ored In Cleveland Miss caused a mob of armed Negroes to ride Into town and make a very threatening demonstra tion They were tired upon and one was killed Four others are supposed to have been wounded Tho Negroes have organized secret societies and It was decided thai these must be broken U IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Herman McCrcary who shot Deputy Sheriff planning In Bell was held In 82000 ball The dry goods tore of N Itruun at Nlcholasvlllc was damaged 93000 by the explosion of a lamp The United States government will noon release several thousand young bass and other game fish In Dlx river The 11yearold daughter of John Turner of Harbourvllle has developed a case of smallpox making four cases In his family Olllcers Turner and Slier made a raid on blind tiger operators at Lancaster and arrested seven persons Their trial were set for today CundllT BrIe will build a twostory brick business house on the lot recently purchased by them of Trustee Loub blng Somerset Republican Miss Alpha Jackson aged 24 Is dead at her homo on tbo Sbakertown pike In Boyle She was a sister of City Attor nay Henry Jackson of Danville The Harrodsburg Democrat has adopted a novel scheme to advertise It self It nllacbes orders for groceries etc and the tinders redeem the orders at the Democrat olllce The Laurel UaptUl Seminary gives II ecnolarchlps which Includes free tuition for 10 months Two of these are to each magisterial district and two to tho county at large- A child of William Jackson colored dltd at Hurgln of blood poisoning setup by vaccination which was perform ed under the compulsory dispensation of the county board of health MU Sudle Snuffer who was a witness In the Powers case at Georgetown had her school certificate revolted because she utTered the trustees of the school district 110 to give her tho schoolMrs H C Thompson procured from Gov Buck ham a pardon for Jack Watkins who was convicted of manslaugh ter at the May term of court here and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years London Democrat W K Penny through Attorneys Ben Lee Hurdln and B II Galtber will bring suit against the bondsmen of Policeman W A Hrltton and Workhouse Keeper George Woods of lIar rodsburg for 15000 damages for false Imprisonment says the Harrodsburg Democrat Penny was taken up on the street and Imprisoned for drunkenness as the policeman thought but Penny claims that his exhausted condition was due to a nervous ulTccllon This ihrllllng snake story comes from Perry vlllo Mrs Mol tin Powell of that town on entering her room lust Saturday found a largo viper coiled In the window wielding Its magnetic In lluenco over her three monthsold baby Her brother Mr Thomas Hum ble hearing her screams came to her assistance and killed the snake which measured four feet Tho baby was so charmed that some time elapsed be fore It regained consciousness The child would have probably suffered death from an attack of the poisonous reptile had Mrs Powell delayed en lerlng the room a few minutes Advo cate What must people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In eflect For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggist Excursions Tickets via the Queen Ic Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account summer excursions Ask agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G P A CIncInnati Double dally tri service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen S Crescent Route LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Seven sows and 11 pigs for talc Murk Hardln Stanford Lutes Jc Co sold to Root ItJs ell of Mercer 25 slock heifers at lIe Indiana factories have put up 25000 000 cans of French peas this season Cresceus beat Charley Horr In straight heats at Detroit lest time 5Itore your Morris PredI at the Farmers Roller Mills Stan fordaRobinson Whites farm of 432 acres eight miles from Lexington sold at 107 50 George Ketchum says Cresccus 205 will bo retired to the stud after this seasonJohn B Madden has sold tho live yearold thoroughbred Glenbelrn to J D Hoggin for 15000 GA Swlnobroad bought and shipped to Cincinnati a car load of lambs which he puld 1 to 4c for WI Vanderbilt paid 125000 for six brood mares and 10 yearlings from the Ueaunont Stud ut Lexington Powell it Harper sold to Emmett McCormick 07 lambs at 4u and half of the profits over that amount- J IL Haughman t Co bought of G C Kennedy u lot of corn at 200 at his crib and paid Beuzley Bros 25c to haul It Corn brought 815 at the sale of II Green Sutton In Rnckcustle Two shares of stuck In the Bank of Ml Vernon sold at par I want to buy your wheat and will pay you the highest market price for It See mo before you sell DS Car pcnler Hustonvlllc J N Metosecr operator of a coal mine ut fine Hill was shot at by un known parlies He was struck In the ankle crippling him The Midway Clipper says the Wood ford county wheat yield Is about 75 per cent Charles Nuchols has sold a crop of 5000 bushels at 00 cants G A Swlnebroad bought of several imrtles at Lancaster ycslcrdry 20 stock heifers at 21 to k also two steers at lc and several lots of lambs at 2 i to 3c Pink Coat won the 10000 Wheeler Handicap at Chicago Saturday log a magnificent field AdvanceI Guard was second and Conqueror II thirdLutes it Co bought of J D Man ning a bunch of 750 pound fat heifers at 3c and of various parties In the laU few days a lot of stock hogs lit 5c They want some more fauna son of Hanover which Mr Plcltchmunn sold recently to W K Vandcrblll for a reported price of f30 000 will be shipped to PoUsy near Paris France where Mr Vanderbilt has extensive breeding laterals The Laurel County Fair which will be held on the llth 12th unu 13th of September Is expected to fur exceed all previous ones Hands ore now at work and have been for some time getting the track and grounds lu excel lent condition Democrat LANCASTER CoiitT There was the smallest crowd ut Lancaster yesterday In 10 years and little or nothing was dune There were only 10 or 12 head of cattle ou tile market amid they were nut told Auctioneer A bL Bourne reports a few plug horses sold at from 1111 to Jlu work mules 10 to JSO He sold a lot of buggies from to to 25- Wo are In receipt of a package of catalogued of the Lexington Horse- Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 It Is one of the handsomest fair catalogues ever Issued We will take pleasure In handing same to any Interested parties who may tail ul our merous halflone Illustrations arc scat tered throughout showing u part of iho monster show that will be put on ernE FUR ullOLKKY 1NFANTUM- XBVlill K011N1O FAIL During last may an Infant child of our neighbor was tutlcrinx from cholera in autumn The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Clutuhurlalns Colic Cholera anti mar rhoea Remedy to the house telling them 1 felt sure it would do good if used ac cirding to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered Tha child is now vigorous and healthy 1 have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fail Mrs Curtis llakcr Itookwnlter Ohio For sale by Oralgt locker- CIIICAUO1D 1fTCITho Queen t Crescent will null tickets to Chicago and return July 23 24 and 25 at rate of 1075 from Junction City account in tcrnutlouul convention B Y P U of America Tickets good until 31sl or by depositing and paying fee of 50c ex tension will Oo granted to August 24 For particulars call on Queen 1 Cres cent ticket agents or address O L Mitchell D P A 107 W Ninth St Chattanooga Probably the oldestwan Kentucky lIe In Greenup county Her name Is Catherine Brown and she was born Jan 20 1707 making her now past lOt She is a woman of remarkable strength and her mind Is as good as ever it was She walks without a cane sews without glasses and never took a dose of raedUUno In her life The United States grants about 25 000 patents each year or nearly three fourths of all granted by the restof the world combined England ranks next I with about 8000 patents to her credit K S IIAlUHMAN Familiarly known U Smith demo cratlc nominee for sheriff has hit as many hard llek for the cause of democracy in Lincoln county us tho next one and Is n democrat In all the word Implies As member of the county committee he spent both his time and means freely to advance the Interests of the party be loves and that be stands well with the boys In the trenches Is shown by the good major ity he cot over a Held of excellent gen tlemen In the primary of March last A conservative democrat all along the line he was particularly warm for Bryan and Goebel and his work for them will not be forgotten The pee plo hauc un opportunity to partly repay Mr Bnugbtnan for his valiant ser vice and they will take pleasure In giving him what be wants In Novem ber Mr Buughraan Is a typical sher iff In apoearaocelstanding over six feet andwellrbln 270 pounds and he has both the energy and courage to serve any caper placed In his bands There Is talk of the republicans giving him opposition but that is a matter of little or no importance It Is writ that Smith Baugbtcan will be Lincoln countys next sheriff and by ibn eternal hes going to be His legions of friends will have nothing less than four years of hips services as high sheriff SHELBY CITY i The Alum Springs base ball boys came up Saturday to play the Junction City team The score stood 23 to 15 In favor of Junction City Mr H B Beards mill came near burning up a few days ago Itcaugbl from a pile of ashes on the outside and quite a hole was made In the roof In putting It out The comic entertainment at the Mac cabee hull Friday night by Lewis Bro of Purksvllls was highly enjoyed ball present These young men are to be commended for the excellent manner In which they play their respective parts The protracted meeting begun at the Baptist church Monday by Rev T C Kiiion has resulted so far In two additions to the church Tho choir Is an excellent one under the leadership of Mr and Mrs Nugent Dr Chase and Mr A Dunn Very few know that Junction City hits a broom factory run by Messrs Hopper and Frank Clarkson They tilled un order recently for 100 dozen brooms for the Curry wholesale gro eery company und have a good trade as they make a good article Our section boss Mr Patterson is working 11 men on his section now laying new steel weighing 70 pounds to the yard and 11 yards long They are nearly to the top of the grade East of here but no new rails arc to be laid between here and Junction City T S Routon has a unique garden patch growing ginseng which he raises under brush und grapevines He has saved 1000 seeds each of which Is worth 5 cents They must bo kept moist When dry they are of no use He has 100 square feet of ginseng grow log Mrs Willis Wheel of Paducah bas written to SUpt Doak of the house of reform denylig that she or her hus band have made any complaints alleg log that theIr daughter Dolly Wheella was kicked down stairs at the Institu tion receiving Injuries and afterwards refused medical attention by the bouse surgeon She says there Is no truth in the report and that she did not start It Dolly Wheelie was paroled by the gov ernor and is now seriously ill at her home A lame shoulder is usually caused hT rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lains Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Hocker Druggists theUoltedduction in the year 1JOO were coal Iron copper clay products and gold In the order named te viaQueen1 Dont feel uncornfortableI And perspire When you can buy such j Light attire at the Globe IT PAYS TO TRADE AT i THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre Jot satisfied miLLER HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co COOLER I You can keep much cooler than you now are if you will let uc tit you out with our line of hot weather goods Neglige Shirts Silk Bosom Shirts Shirt Waists Gauze Underwear Low Cut Shoes Straw Hats Soft Ties Serge Coats Flannel Coats TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Kye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford WATCH llEES IEXT iSSUE HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford Stafford Female College e = A Christian Hume School for the higher education of girls and young ladies Has all the grades of the best city gramuwjscliools and in addition the full regu lar courses of study of tbo best female colleges in the Stale Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in all departments by competent and experienced teachers Tho next annual session will open Monday September 2 L Tuition fees range from f10 to 35 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks Xl00 For catalogue address B T inSTKrEZSTOiT Prin- Stanford Ky f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Rep resentaire M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney t HARVEY HELM For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN For Assessor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON r W P WALTON for Railroad Conimlulontr for the Ii a Cndl lato 2 I District subject to the will of the democracy THE CourierJournal of Sunday de votes a column or so to a writeup of Collector Sapp who la the man of the hour in the republican party just now The effort to oust him from the collect ors office at Louisville and put in his place a bolting democrat rather makes us feel good toward Sapp and we hope he will be able to bold his job until some sure enough democrat is given the office Between an out and out re publican and a flopper wo are for the first named every time and thats the reason why we favor Charles E Sapp to Joe E Craft In this light THAT wheelhorse democrat Tames Hamilton nominee for county attorney of Garrard made a rousing speech to the democracy at Lancaster yester day The republicans gave him no opposition for the office but that wll not lessen In the least Mr Hamiltons work for the splendid ticket named in our slater county and we expect to hear good news from her when the Ides of November come There isnt a better worker In the State than Mr Hamilton and his valiant fights for democracys cause should not and will not be for gotten LOUISVILLE republicans Including Booker Reed held a secret meeting with a view to putting a new ticket In the field but adjourned until next Fri day night when some conclusion will be reached If this Is done Graingers majority In November will be larger than It was In the primary that nomi nated him THE Critic and the Free Lance of Louisville have been consolidated and will appear henceforth as the Critic Mr Daniel E 0 Sullivan who has been editor of the Free Lance will be editor of the Critic and he will do some good work for the splendid ticket of his city headed by C P Grainger for mayorPRESIDENT MCKINLEY must be get ting ready for the country fairs A die patch says that his pair of blacks have arrived from Washington and added to his already goodsized string at Can ton Wbo knows but what be Is get ting his horses In shape for the Hue tonvllle fair next week THIS Is an age of wonders Just think of this sent from Tayloravllla The drouth In Spencer county was broken by rain II An entirely new way of breaking drouths Other coon ties should adopt thla peculiar method HON W J BRYAN thinks that the democrats should nominate a Southern man for president next time We take It that Mr Bryan no longer con elders himself presidential timber A STORY comes from Georgia that a fire was extinguished by throwing watermelons on It It might have been believed bad It not been told that the melons were thrown by Negroes THE Lexington Democrat has dis carded lie scary looking headline type and substituted a more suitable and cleaner looking letter A decided change for the better- TlIEPresidentwill Issue a proclama tion 03 Thursday declaring free trade between the United States and Porto Rico A LETTER from Mr Bayan to the leader of the movement severely die approves of the democratic bolt in Ohio POLITICAL Gov Benton McMlllln of Tennessee announces that he will not be a candi date for re election- Representative Wheeler will open his campaign for theUnltcd States Sen ate near Brandenburg Meade county August 10 The ottlclal count shows that Chas F Grainger beat T L Jefferson 6010 for mayor In the democratic primary of Louisville I a Harrison Lyon has been appointed postmaster at Bond vII Ie Mercer county and Wm M Graham at Halse Whitley county James OConnor has withdrawn hie notice of contest against Mike Burke for Representative In the Fiftieth dls trlct Louisville Cbas A Conrad of Somerset bas been appointed chief clerk in the oflic of Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gone al Bristow at Washington MM Henry A Wise the widow 01 Gov Wise wboje campaign against the Know Nothings in 1854 was the most memorable ever known In Virginia or the country died at Ashland Collector Sapp says he will not figl the republican organization If he Is removed from office and ho will not retire from politics Senator Deboe Bays thai Sapp will be reappolnteil Judge I H Goodnight former cot gressman from the Third district and now a candidate for the democrat nomination for United States Senator is critically at his home In Franklin It is said that Congressman James E Richardson of Tennessee will be a candidate for governor of Tennessee and that former Gov Robert L Taylor wishes to succeed Gen Bate as United States Senator W P Walton of the Harrodsbur Democrat announces his candidacy for railroad commissioner He shoul have the nomination without oppoel tlon on account of his superb fitness for the place Hn Is a nan of fine bust ness talent and would make an excel lent commissioner Mt Vernon Slj nat Jo A Parker chairman of the pea pies rtyNatlonal committee has Is sued a call for a conference of Ohio populists and all those who favor the amalgamation of all Independent re form forces into an allied third party to meet In Columbus July 30 for tb purpose of placing a State ticket In the Held for tbo gubernatorial election THIS AND THAT Robert Russell of Boyle bought 2i butcher cattle In this county at 3 toIJlc The safe of the L C N at the Owens loro depot was blown open and robbed of 865 Sim Dezarn and Joe Spivey joined by George Brlnegar made a second escape from jail at Irvine A 100barrel an hour oil gusher h said to have been struck on the Strulee property near Suunybrook Five thousand people thronged a New York church to kiss a relic of St Anne One remarkable cure Is claimed- T B Rlpys fine barn near Law enceburg was destroyed by fire caus- Ing a 90500 loss Four fine horses per shed Miss Carrie Determan of Covington stepped on a parlor match Her cloth ng caught fire and she was fatally tuned The finest still yet raided In the lountalns was destroyed near Bush Laurel county It was of 110galloo rapacity Seven officials of the New Orleans Imsbouse were made seriously by- an attempt at wholesale poisoning A fegro Inmate Is suspected- A race riot between white and colored boys at Indianapolis resulted In call for militia and a detachment of po Ice Numerous persons were injured In the melee William Hines was shot and killed In front of the Bowling Green court bouse by Jess H Hlgganbotbum who alleged hat Hines was too Intimate with the layers wife i CHURCH MATTERS Methodists now have 207 churches in hlcago The church extension boards pushing the good work American converts cost 1335 to con vert heathen converts cost 8104 The cost In each case is decreasing The Rev John B Culpepper the leorgla evangelist will bold a meet- Ing In Franklin beginning Aug 20 Warren Brewer and Clay Condor irmerly of the Rollings Fork section or Boyle shot and killed Edward Taylor at Clinton III Eld J Q Montgomery Is conducting an Interesting meeting at Turners llle and services are held beginning at 8 oclock each evening Dean Baker P Lee Inaugurated open air preaching at Lexington Sunday fight taking his congregation to Woodland Park There were about 800 people at the service Prayer services for rain were held in early every city and town in Missouri Sunday In accordance with the governors proclamation fixing the day as one of prayer and fasting for divine de verance from the drouth- J C Johnson president of the Alice ton Camp Meeting requests the pub cation of the following All persons owing to the Allceton Camp Meeting rill save money by buying full faro Ickets to Gravel Switch On porches Inlr tickets secure certificate from the gent showing you have paid full fare and you can return on onethird fare Ask conductor to put you off at Alice WitoreFIGHT Judgo R AI Burnslde and qulro Parsons both of Garrard en aged In a tight over the measurement of some rock the other day In which the judge is said to have come out sec and best It occurred in the court ouse and both men were made to pay light fines Crab Orchard A crowd of visitors continually COttO and go to Crab Orchard Springs Mr P M Condor and wife rcturni davs since from Casey count MrlCoedersTbo Southern Military Band of tbls place treated the guests of Crab Orel and Springs to a few select pieces of music Saturday night It Is getting very dry In our egctlot this place having missed she local showers that have fallen at other places during the past few days Gathering blackberries Is the general occupation at present There Is an abundant crop and all are avallln themselves of the opportunity to make use ot them In every possible way Mr Caahdollar and Mr Lord wbo have been sojourning at the home of Mrs Catherine McAllsler during tho past two months left with their fara lies Saturday night for their homo In IndianaOur little rail road parkI here of which we should all be proud Is being highly compllmcnte by the manY visitors In our midst andI it affords our accommodating acet nowjershas made quite a visible Improvemcr during the past year Their building Is completed and ready fr tbeI fall term The school will be ed by Mrs Alice Haynes The colored people appreciate the given them by encouragementI ton and the trustees John King and Morgan Adams seem to possess quite a fitness for their work All are glad to see the colored peopl so aspiring and enthusiastic In theta efforts to ameliorate the condltloa of their race Miss Katherine Bronaugh Is spend log a few days with her friends at home Mr Joe Minory of VusalllesI Is with the family of J J J M Bailey preached two most excel lent sermons at the Christian church Sunday morning and night Miss Edli Rice a charming young lady of Rich mood left for her home Thursday after a most delightful visit to Miss Pearl Collier Mesdames D C and J H Holman spent last week with the fam lly of James Holman of the West End John Chadwlck left Friday for a visit to his grandparents In Tazewell Tenn Several couples of young people from Lancaster spent Friday at Brown SpringsMrs Dlillon returned Friday From and extended visit to friends in Harrodsburg Miss Margaret Sallee and Mr Henry Mourning ot Somerset see guests of Miss Bin James Mr and Mrs Levi Elder returned Sunday from a delightful visit to friends In Richmond Mrs U D Simpson Is vis ting the family of W ABeazley Mr sod Mrs Dejarnett of Virginia ire Msltlng Mr and Mrs J B Willis Mr George Bronaugh spent several lays in Cincinnati last week Mr J W Cook left lat week for his home In JVayneaburg Ind after spending very pleasant two weeks with Mrs Margaret Gormley Messrs Joe and Will Brooks are with their mother md sister for a few days Mr Hugh lagan has a soda fountain In his new frog store and will be pleased to have his friends call and partake of a cooling draught of Ice cream soda water Report tSale Etc J P Chandler auctioneer reports a large sale of Green Sutton deceased bout two miles south of Mt Vernon S H Martin being the administrator Ooe pair of mules brought 8122 yearlings 123 horses 159 cows and calve from IH to 823 bogs from 82 80 to 1860 and old corn brought 1245 to 1280 New corn to be gathered this fall at the heap In the field brought 145 and wheat from 50 to 55c Year IIns steers brought 318 meat 0 to lUc bay 15 to 33 a stack Farming Implements A lot told well and the largest lot or household goods I have ever tackled there being about 800 worth 01 feathers sold A large crowd and plenty to eat and about 40 candidates for the nominations for the various offices on the republican ticket About 20 were running for the office of assessor It seems from all I could gather Mr Tate was In the lead for sheriff I was ailing one of the gentlemen who is a undldate for county judge of Roekcaa tic what a clever judge we had in Lln coln bow polite he was I went Into bls otllco some time last winter when be was running for the democratic omlnatlon and be shook bands with me with both bands and wanted me to take two chairs J P C MATRIMONIAL James Wilson a bachelor of 78 was tarried at Paducab Kansas to Miss Cora Abraham just 18 Mrs Ella Baker Vaughan former ostmastcr at Manchester and H C lobertaon eloped to Jeffersonvllle and rero married Rumor again has it that Senator C S Blakburn Is to be married to Mrs Blackburn of Washington the widow of a distant relative Joseph Coleman three times a widower and 43 years old and Mrs Belle Dour twice a widow and 40 were married by Judge Bailey yesterday The L Jr N will sell roundtrip tick- etB to Birmingham Ala at one fare July 28 20 and 30 final limit August 6 account National Grand Temple 110- tialc Templars of America i IT iSITo Yourinteret ItTo buy your goods where you can buy the most for the 1 least money We are bound to sell our large stock of mer Ii chandise as quick as possible and killing prices are doing the work A dollar is to earn therefore make it go as far as you can One dollar at our store will buy as it much goods as two dollars at any other store The Louisville Store I Our Great Closing Out Sale to Quit Business r bringing hundreds of bargain seeker to our store aR far as M miles sway Come while you have s chance to buy uonl goods at about half price M such bargain as we arc rlns now never have and ncrfr will be offered again All goods In our klore will positively bo slaughters to wind upbuilnru In Stanford Domestics 50 bolts of fast colored calicoes come and get as much you want 3 i2cat host Sea Island cotton full yard wide suitable for sheeting and underwear 4c Yard wide bleach cotton no starch worth 7c at 5c Amoakeag apron gingham cut to 5c Good pearl buttons worth lOc a dozen cut to 5C Beading 3c 1000 piece ol fine white and colored finishing braid regular iCe quality at 3c have a few ladles trimmed bats I1Ie considered 150 dozen teens 4jily linen collate worth 15c In this sale only 5C Store the Only Store NONE RUT GENUINE I handle Peering Harvester Extras and Fixture but keep none but the genuine Unles the nam Deerlng on them you may know thov uro not genuine I 8 CAKPESTEU Ilu tonvllto Poaasy1YaaiaCo1Igo For Women at End ls and pr Sept Thorou b College Coupe Art lOuntrllIhFor Information I11W CIUIMEIH MallTIS D 1 Im RUSSELL SPRINGS RUSSELL KY U now tor guest li In splendid order the water li plentiful and ground present a ftp pearanco UuesU will be willing at tention Rateal Adults U per week chil dren under IS years of age 250j horse 1350 per week For further Informatlor apply to WI VAUOIIAX Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In Uralclass style roan to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle new for very little money J U OHEKK Stanford Ky NEW W BUaSS li SJN Prsrs CITY KY FIrttClass Turnout at Reasonable Hates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain und Hay For Sale MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky bedsNewly furnished splendid tablo Everything firstclass Iorterr meet all trains 80 GREAT I Tilts MONTH- I have located at Crab Orchard In Den Holmes storo near the rullrouil on Otten helm pike for tho purpose ot Hiving you people tho worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I am selling second hand Clothing equal to now also now Clothing and dents Furnishing Fine Shoes huts Gaps etc Hoping that you will not forget to jiat ronlzo mo promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial Invitation to visit the Jlnclnuatl Itargula Store Cull and tea mo when you como to town We will sell Hour and meal from Morris Freda Farmers Holler Mill Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI lUUQAIN STOIIE buttonILnillcs One shoes lace and heel and spring lice worth from il BO to tJ go at 69c Ladles One kid glove all sizes and Lmles worth 8160 a pair In this greet sale on149c w Ladles extra tine quality kid glovetall latest shades worth f2 go lit 69c Ladies Shirt Waists lot ladles fine shirt waists made of best material and la latest styles worth SI In this Kilo at tqllftllt3to 25c Mens tow linen suite coats pants anil seats worth 12 to close will lei at Q8c All new lawn ilmltlci awlttct piques r and India linens will bo sold regardless ofJcastCThe Louisville in Stanford Salinger Bros Proprietors xldrtit HOTEL SPRINGS Everything Experienced LIVERY STABLE- s JUNCTION Mason Hotel BARGAINS Qoods vim f Now Is Your Chance During July and August vc will sell clothing of all kinds Jt at greatly reduced prices We want to mike room for the enormous stock of suits and overcoats we have bougct fo fallr will sell 1800 Suits For 1300OJT1500 Suits for 1100 1250 Suits for 1000 800 Suits for 750 650 Suits for 450 500 Suits for 400IOdd Pants and Extra Coats and Vests reduced in proportion Buy now and Save oncyt Cummins MeClarv u Here We Are Again SCRIP Our beginsJuly I furniture carpets Wall Paper Rugs tMattings Shades I IFensr Inducements the way of youdrawcouponwhich I Wo are after the trade of that wideawake pcoplo peopla who know black white people who know furniture from cord wood people who ppprcclale opportunity to buy goods of a meraoaut who line one price and that a lowfromIcash price Our large wagon willstart through the country July 1st and show you people what bargains we have In store for you If1 W uitanfod err THE INTERIOR JOURNAL KY JULY 23 1001 I ISTANFolm TllY tho Judge Taft clear for tt cbolco emoko at Pennys Drug Store uneurpalllI e BenPERSONALS W S EaiiRY of Lancastert 1Mils Sunday S M KANMCIN Is visiting rein tlvcs at Greensboro N C MRS SIM WORTH AM Is visiting lh CorbtajamBright Is up after a spell of sickness rMn AND Mug MATT WOODSON of aro at Mr O J Crows MRS JOHN LUTES hoe returned from a protracted volt to relatives In Lox locum Miss MAE IlllLUlS of Gurrnrd Is f r iwith Miss Salllo Cook ul Cooks Springs MR J S IIOCKKR spent Sunday xlt- his wile and children at Crab Orchar Springs Miss GEORUIA DKLIK Jour 0 Mlddlcsboro Is the guest of Mrs U K Lee Sims ExGov W O UltADLEV now of t I Loulivlllc pasted through to Lancas f SundayMIt HAYS of Lancaster pase through to Darbuurvllle Saturday attend court EUOENK JOOUE of Covlagton Is vis ItlnR hit parents Mr and Mrs J I1 Goodo at Hustonvlllo- MR A J COKFEV wentto Nashville Tenn Friday to take a course In a business college there DR A S PRICK who has not been well for some time Is at Joseph Price Infirmary for treatment MRS STVRON MOIIIEY of tho Mot Kinney section went to Kelson coon Friday to visit relatives MRS J K CLAfNCH and little son of Somerset aro vlilllnff the hot folks on the Somerset plko DR G GOLOSTKIN the optician will be at the Veranda Hotel Stanfor Wednesday and Thursday next Miss KATHKIIINF GREOOUY of Cov Ingion U visiting her grandparents Judge and Mr James P Bailey MRS G D McCOLLfM of Junctt City has Just returned from a visit friends at Dunnvllle and Liberty MRS G T LACKEY of Des Molc Iowa arrived Saturday to visit her parent Judge and Mrs J W Meat n iPItOY JII PATTFRSON of Lane rter was hero Saturday to meet who has been visiting in tho t West GAIT 11 T BtBii has returned t homo from Clark county wbero bob d been called to see a sick relative News leIDryo of ITjstonvllle were here yes 1a chJonesMn JAMES T CARSON and bund some son Reynolds of Louisville spent several days with Judge W It Carson AMlts A A McKINNEY and friend Mrs arp of Winchester left Wed ncsday fpr Crab Orchard to spend two weeks Advocate t MR It S LYTLE Is back from a two weeks stay In Kansas where ho ell his sisters and looked after his terests In that State I MESDAMES M P EUCIN S SITownsley and Mr and Mrs Ed x10DMoritz and Arcblo Doo Elkin aro at Crab Orchard SpringsJoJUDotJos III t ti Vcastor was here Saturday returning from Crab Orchard Springs where ho spent a week most pleasantly Mil JOHN DlNWIDDiKuad Miss Min nie Dlnwlddlc of Hustonvlllo here aro Sunday to sea tho formers troti who Is at Joseph Price Infirmary Mil J W POWELL of tbo West IBnd left yesterday for SauUbury N C to run J P Harpers feed store vvhllo that gentleman makes a visit homo MISSES EDNA INn LEA POWELL of Hustonvllle aro visiting In Bowli Green and Glasgow They will m I returnh a tour of Mammoth Cave before they II H GlVENS who has a IoodI m Geotved rPo MR A T NUNNELLEY who travels in Texas Is at homo for a few daI Ho says ll la distressingly dry In tho Lono Star Stato and that great damage is being dona by tbo fearful drouth MR VALENTINE PAOALBY left Sun day for Cloves 0 whore ho will epodd some tlmoIIDont fall to send my IN TERIOR JOURNAL to me cant do with out it ho said as ho told us good bye MRS JOSIAII Disnoi of tho West End who has recently returned from a tour of tho West with her husband tnlnks well of Oklahoma and the West ern States but says she likes Kentucky far better PROF J W DAVIS and ofThey Mlddleburg were hero yesterday say that tho Casey county teachers In stitute which was conducted at Liberty by Prof J C Willis of Lexington lasted two weeks and was a moat Inter esting and instructive one T is STEELE DAILEY loft to r BuffaloSonMiss WILLIE V DAWSON Is visiting Mies Lyda Pox lu Danvlllo Mr W II PARSONS is very ill with chances against his recovery WE are sorry to bear of the thou GarrardJTUB IrlendsInMISSES OLIVE BALDWIN and Annlo nett of Madison are with Mrs W U Shanks TIM PENNINOTON Is putting In the summer studying dentistry in Dr It A Jones oillcc Sprintewas overcome by heat Miss KAY SALLEB returned with Mlu Aston Cook from Harrodsburg yesterday and Is her guest MASTER DONALD ALLEN of Cincin nail Is upending a few weeks with Mr and M issuissa number of her friends at the home of her sister Mrs J S Itlce from 3 to 5 this afternoon Hntvlttvad of n Brooklyf West End MRS WILL SEVERANCE and Miss Virginia Plckctt leave Thursday for Shelby county the former to visit bomcfolks and the latter to remain thetoyear LOCALS Bfu FINISH at Craig k Hookers HUSTONYILLeFAUt July 31 tbrzo days 0 Go to Craig Hockurt for perfect fltllnj spectacles wepok Foil sale cheap note 1321 BenoPLENTY hand made Harness of tbo latest pattern on head JC McCIary WE have plenty of chicken feud cheapH J ItEMEMliER that our terms are cab kintode esDoNT loll to got some of those cotton coverts on cleaning up counters at 6c per yard Severance it Sons asFOttSAGE01t 1tENTlceldaACo on thdCollelo SaturdayHo started from home with but had heftTHOSE Kerr who attended the arming reception gluon by Misses and Anglo Carpenter at Hutoa vlllo Friday evening speak of It In glowing terms There were 100 or deIIlbtfulofWayneburday for a cotlln for his little fiveyear old son which died of flux Sunday his1nsympathize with his parents In the loss him G PENNINOTON has secured aIposition In Louisville Interior urnal This para raf would Indicate that Bowen has not bin doing any too well lately Gentlemen wheat welflxt Inbardsecure a job Mlddlesboro News Hi veAt your own way Brer Albrecht but as JobthanJobwblobMR A M WOODSON of Indepen trioOtLineakaoin years ago adoptedSlutc thodolnltlyourbrothercommissioner and I think tho don racy of the Stato owes him the 0 AltoAnd anything else ho may want sold Mr Woodeon ns ho loft our sancta ItEiUiiLiCAN COMMITTEE Alee Tho republican county committee mot hero Saturday when a good many of the rods wore on hand Tho object of tho meeting was to fix a date and nor for naming a county ticket and following decision was reached Each coramlttcemnn select two men in precinct and they with tbo comet Itteoteed moat In otanford on Saturday Au and nominate A convention is for the afternoon of that date to ratify and approve tho nominations It looks now like a ticket will be put out b ItitIs moro than probable that It will not bo a lull one for It will bo hard to enough men who are willing to s fice themselves for slaughter at hands of the democrats MADRAS at lOc Severance s p TJglovessINw rubber tire phaeton for sal William Hamilton CHICKEN feed and sblpstuiT cheap for cash J U Baugbman d Co TO FARMERS Wo aro still running our mill at the same place J H Baugbman fc Co WE have waited patiently on you to the money duo July 1 If you don Como around this week well call on you Bcszloy Bros MAJOR dotSO Casey county next judge sends ui a good writeup o the Green River church and Sunday school picnic which will appear sox e WE have been eating roasting ear attdaysyesterday Ho planted his corn before tbo blwnow of last Spring tTnE democratic countycommittee wilt meet in Stanford at 10 oclock Thursday morning Every member is requested to be on band By order of It C Warren chairman YESTERDAY was the hottest day history of Louisville the motto afterIaround the 100 mark 30 DAYS Perry Rout the colored boy who stole 110 and a half dozen pocket knives from digging L McKIn act whllo working In thou store was yesterdayTnt McConacby 011 Co composed mostly of Doyle county people titt been organized with a capital of 000 The companys leases lie alai t aver and Otter creeks In Wayne county FOUR generations drove down to the morningandIn ono were Mrs Richard Cobb Mrs Bottle C McKInney Mrs W M Bright and Master Morrison Bright HORSE STRAYEottSTO4EV flea bitten gray gelding between 15 and Iti bands high left eye out hg mane and tall eft Frank Cordlers pa turn some 10 dope ago Iotermatt0 leading to his recovery thankfully re calved Will Adams Stanford thheR O Cunningham says he will print the first Issue of his new paper the Danville Courier on Fr1d NhadDanville man says Is ono of the only two tetra that will bo held in the U S this yearSGOING TO LeAYA1rJoeeph Gins burg of this place has formed a part nership with Isaac Hlrscbman of Cin cinnati and they have opened a ladles and gentlemens furnishing goods store theta at 20 E Pearl Street Glnsburg will move his family Chit this week WHILE driving last evening Mrs Nannie SauJley and son Charley met with a palatal accident They w coming down Danvlllo Avenue and attempting to go around the vehicle Mr W H Wcaren and wile wore in struck the hitching post In front Jon J N Saunders throwing them both out and wrecking tho vehicle Mrs Saufley was painfully hurt about tbo head while Charley has a soya cut on his bead and a badly bruised back LEXINGTON Leader n ta five who has been to err papjTho Springs hotel at Crab Orchardloenjoying line patronage season and It Is now ono of tho moat popular resorts in Kentucky There U good Iodeday nights are made events long to be remembered The water is renowned for its qualities and the Springs he has tho reputation of presenting ono of the lineal menus of any summer resort in tho country all the vegetables be i Jfurnished from the Springs farm B Willis the manager Is always co teous to visitors and makes ono feel at homo at all times a WEEK from tomorrow tbo best fair over hold In Lincoln county will begin rapimIdlyegin Tsgetting In readiness tbo amphlthe afro soon bo completed and in a taw days stock will begin to come Guests havo already begun to arrive at theIcapital of tho West End and the young dollrhoght to gay o A moat excellent show of stock la prom Saxton tho Immortal will make sweetest of music the belles and beIledare many rea sons why you should go Lincoln cOlin ty peoplo should recognize the fair as a county enterprise and do all in ti make It tbo success it now acecatalogue to bo If you havent seen writs to Secretary W Hocker at Hustonvllle or call at this ofllce THE Weir fruit jar self sealer made of stone new Hlgglns S McKinney im cut price saleoagents fine wear Is on In earnest hurry If you want a pair J P Jones TilE white teachers Institute will bo held hero the last week In August Prof J H Patterson of Lancaster who gave entire satisfaction last year will conduct It HUSTONVILLE Come In and soothe great reduction of prices on tailor mado suits I am offering for July and August Dont buy a ready mado suit when you can have one made to order AdamstWILL nOnE Mr Sun Mlddloton who represents the Green River OH ft Coal Development Co tolls us that willtbetatbegunsendance Prof C C Monroe of ensboro Is conductor and F L Stepp secretary The staging by the teachers Is a decided feature of the in stitute LANCASTER G B Swincbroad Is exulting over the birth of a fine boy at his Goosea simon pure democrat StellaryCynthlanag property In Paint Lick consisting of a store room and hotel to Mr I C Rucker for 3000 cash Rev A Martin who Is just back from England lectured at the Christian church Sunday night Subject Four Years in England Dr Ellja Evans Is In a very critical condition having been hiccoughing utmost constantly for the past week The worst Is reared The ladles of tbo Baptist church will glue a lawn fete on tbo graded school qtoaurdsp ientand MraT W BradehasvotAlcCreary loft Saturday to the PanAmer ican Exposition SbelbycountyD Powell Miss Alma Shelton Hayes MrsAsick Miss Mollie Spain bower spent several days at home on account of tbo fathereAn Jackson Buckeye died Saturday rterDoonI Mildred little daughter of Mr and Mrs James Ucazley Is very 11L Durham e son of Dr and Mrs I S esley continues very III and Is norIexpected to live Mr Ed Gaines Is very of typhoid lever Is no better Walphome near Pleasant Hill Thursday morning She loaves a two grown sons beoldesu host of friends and other relatives to mourn her loss he was a pure and upright Christian IIlifeby Rev J N Wills at her borne Fri day afternoon at 2 oclock after which she was laid to rest in the beretsson of arch0reo R theichmondLnderwoodlavlaltinghergrandmothert cnjiyed a pleasant trip to Detroit and canaldralnlDas large as Ohio on its bottom He Is organizing a stock company for this noseofcepted the position of telegraph opor arPlnevllloyoungrowith his services MONEY moooloanedStantordWhen MONEY TO LOAN overraland easy payments W A TlttRIILR 3m Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE urOn Saturday July 27th At Stanford Female College Mrs N 8 will sell at public auctton her household furniture consisting of dish es stoves theta tables rockers bedroom parlor set an organ etc Sulo will at 3 p m TO PROPERTY OWNERS For fair and liberal adjustments of tonnes recommend to all property owners of Ha toy and adjoining Homo In reprsentedby17 Inured my property In tuoabcvo com piny and lost my property by lire Juno 18 for which the settled with mo promptly and liberally Respectfully OEO O DAVI9 Executors Notice I deedoltdulyprovenlowing Id estate aro requested to settle Uth day of July li01- MAKTHA J VANDFVEEU Executrix of the will of D W Vsndeveer r Wo nnd Fancy Tmwuiv lianlwaie Stores Ulnsjwarr are- Ucfrlgerators Ice Chests Freezer Coolers Call and our Block Opera House Corner carrythe Columbian Stoves and full line of Stoves and and Cement JOHN BRIGHT JR CO I qeJt1et17etJ1A tte tiotJ 1- raAgain we have dec Jed to you A TWOWEEKS Off PRICE SALE On strictly high class shoes the product of such builders an Uanan A Son and Ilelmus beUerlewterns We need money to meet our fall bills now coming in and offer this sacrifice for spot cash These prices good for two wcsks only 498HananIll n r T 348HenanHelmers Betmans 4 Patent Ideal Oxfords 325 GlazeKidHelmers Bettmans350 Vallour Calf 275 JOHN P JONES Stanford t Before The Invoice Which takes place Aug we will offer some rare bargains in all departments especially in Summer Goods Our stock thin goods is still complete and you will find some splen did values in these See the reduction in price on our shoes and Oxfords If you contemplate buying anything in sum mer dry goods or shoes let us show you our money savers Severance Sons UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES The Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Kentucky Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price from 25oo To 50000 Staple Groceries Woodenware China see at New other Limo Once give at at of 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 took our stock over Wi Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Bruce a Bright Danville New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresrj And you have a NIco New Stock to select from Yourjpatronsgo will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andseo us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street THE INTMOR JOURNAL Entered n the ixuloffice at Stanford at tcondclau Matter PwbUanCItuSayan1S FLtda- 4tt 1 PER YEAR CASH tt When sot sopaldsSOO will bechartf FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Having determined to go to Oklahoma t will sell or rent my farm of 8S acres 3Jf miles from Hustonvlllc near Hustonvllle and IlrndforcltvllloiilUo nice dwelling good r outbuildings Including 3 barns well water cdtland In good state of cultivation and fences In good repair Also 60 acres good timbered land se slon Na IS E P OAUlENTER llustonvllle 8 PRICEI- lnrgeon IIA Dentist Ky i OOo ow McBoberu Drui Store In the Owslej Uuldt- agMcKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop KoKinney SyMake and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Bran Chick en Feed Sc Prices very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Stiller FOX a LOGANr LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horse and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager 4R A JONES DENTIST J Stanfordf KiOffice over Higgins A McKlnneys Store Telephone No 48 r H9 Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY Ii t1AYS1- STNDffiT8ER3 01 ALSO DI1LII4 IS l FurttitureBlattlnK8Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stuck Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ McCbY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealearl- nHAB1TESS SADDLERY C Stanford Ky nigh BridgeC- AMP MEETING JULY 20TH TO 28TH 1901 SUNDAY RATES AndSpeclal Train from Junction City sail Dan TllleJuljrZlandiS BAIUIOAD TICKETS INCLUDE AuattSS1OxTO CAMPGROUNDS i HTSee Ticket Agents for particulars W ClRiNKAHsoN 0 P A Cincinnati s LL Vw L II Ldndnijin MD 1111 Madlion Ave CovltiRton Ky formerly of Cincinnati Ohio Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye Will be nt the Myors House Stanford Thursday July IS IDOl One day returning every month Reference 1M Cook OlUuuon and Held und others of Lancaster O csr Glasses Adjusted 1ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE BYa Manufacturer of BRICKiAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Price PRUITTBROSMO- RELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford July 21 and 55 onlfl Eves examined nnll glasses setent tally adjusted Office hour 0 u nL to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STA1TFOSD E7 MORRIS FRED PiiorBiKion I desire to announce to the public that 1 am ready to do any and all kinds of grinding and that VwlU at all times furnish the best o- fFlolr Meal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very best results but bear lu mind always that I needyouu patronage MORRIS FRED lror Drs Slaving PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DanUle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursday and Saturdays Office In the tenalo ton UulldlnglSUnfardOl aceboun9tol2Axl lo4rar OSTEOPATHY This Stlenc orIginated and developed by Dr A T Still of Klrisrllle Mo depends on the principle of Anatomy and Physiology for Iti re suns It no faith no drug no rubbing no surgical operations and claims nlng super naturalOsteopathy rlews man a a machine of so teeny puts lu keynote II adjustment When all parts are properly adjusted and not overworked health la the result Some of the diseases treated by us Nertoui Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Uheuuiatlsm CatanbJWeak Granulated Lids Goitre eer nd Lung Olsrasei Constipation Piles Gall Stones Enlarged 1rostiate all Stoin iIseasea of hones and JolntlllPanllIFree FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CaplUl Stock 150000 Snrplm 110000 This Institution originally established u the lJe joslt Bank nf Stanford In 1858 then reorganized u the National Bank ofStanlord in 1B65 andagali organized u the First National Rank ol SUnforc a 1852 has bad practically tnuntnterrupted exist If- ocdor 41 years It Is better supplied now will unities for transacting business promptly and I raUythaniTerbeforeln Us long and bonoiab areer Accounts ol Indlrlduals fiduciaries ndlndlTlduali solicited DimcToas F Beld Lincoln Co J W Hayden Stantu- iI T nlrrlII 8 H Baughman s J S Docker II TP Hill WP Walton II W A TribbleII J U ColllerCrab Orchd Jas lioblneon Hubble M OElmore Stanford orncau J S Honker President J J McRoberts CashUr Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock flOOOO- Oluccessor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Compan and under same management ously for Si Years Solicits Your Bank Account loping such business relations will prove mutual ly beneficial and pleas V DIR CTons- J B Paxtou J tl Oey S- rJN Menefec A W Carpenter W H Cummins J E LynnS Shanks J F Cash J B ZwIt1 OFFICERS JB J HOwsIeCuhier W MBrint Ass t Cash s From Bryans Commoner The British war olllcc admits the presence of 231000 troops in South Africa The Britleh taxpayer Is get ting a long run for bit money Senator Tom Platt U for Odell for president But this may be only a Platt scheme to inter another New Yorker In the vice presidential vault If the administration la responsible for the big wheat yield In Kansas It stands to reason that nryanhm must be responsible for the burning up of the southern Kansas corn crop This Is the season when the beneQcl arles of republican politics meet at cool summer tesorta and devise plans for making It hotter for the masses who have neither the tlmo nor the money to take a vacation Tho men who paid the Porto Rican tariff under protest are not worrying They added enough to the price charged to the consumer to pay the tax and now they are to get the tax back The taxpayer who falls to seo the point deserves to be held up- Fair Dates Hustonvllle July 313 days Cynthlana July 314 days Danville Aug 64 days MadUonvllle Aug 65 days Lexington Aug lO days Liberty Aug la3 days Lawrenceburg Aug Ot days Columbia Aug 04 days Brodhead Aug 213 days Shelbyvllle Aug Jl4 days Mlddlesboro Aug 293 days Bardstown Sep J5 days Russell Springs Sep 3d days Ellzabethtown Sep 104 days Bowling Green Sep 105 days Springfield Sep 114 days Glasgow Sep IS4 days Louisville Interstate Fair Sep 23 12 days TIlE BEST 11EMKDY FOIL STOMACH AND BOWKL TROUBLES 11 have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wakefield of Columbus Oa This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbaa in my family and I have recom mended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satis faction It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No family should be without it It Is kept in my house at all times Fur sale bY Craig dr Hocker Fast Schedules finest trains to Cln ilnnatl sad North Queen S Crescent Route According to the smart jewelers the favorite engagement ring of the day Is a pearshaped tone preferably a dla mond tbo setting almost Invisible the circlet very thin If a colored stone Is chosen Instead of a diamond the ac comodallngi jeweler will surround It with the tiniest of diamonds making a brilliant lino of white tire but the stones so small as to have the effect rather than the appearance of gems A row of five diamonds encircled with many rubles U also a favorite engagement ring Rubles mean felicity In love and diamondsor at least to own them signify good luck It goes without saying Of course weea woman who sent a postal card to a Chicago broker requesting him to buy 6000 shares of a certain stock for her at 85c and then sell it at SI 15 and send her the bal anco after deducting hU commission The financial acumen shown in the proposition would have established this fact even If It were not for the postscript stating that her future patron age would depend fin the promptness with which bo executed the present deal 5 Capt Lucas of Beaumont Tex has secured leases on lands In Allen county and proposes to prospect for oil as Boons possible He says that he will visit every portion of this state where there are indications of oil and that bo In tends to secure all the leases possible GufTey Gator Co also of Texa have representatives In this state and have leased 60000 acres of land In flue sell county The case of the railroad corporations of Kentucky against the State auditor to prevent him from certifying to the various counties the franchise valuation of their property for local luxa tlon has been set for hearing In Au gust by Judge Cantrlll ONE FARE TO DETIIOIT Tickeis will be on sale from all stations via Queen a Crescent Route July 23 25 good to return until Aug 2J account International Convention Brotherhood of St Andrew Ask ticket agents fo particulars Excursion rates to PanAmerican Exposition Queen Crescent Route STATE ov Ohio QTY Of TOIKDOIraLVCM CofKTT PrugK J CHEXKT mskesnath that he Is the ten lor partner ol the flrm of doing uloln the City ot ToeloCouotrani- Slue aforesaid and that said firm will pay the umofOSK IllolJllfU lULLA itS forwch and rerr talC ol Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARIII CIRK flIANK J CIIENEY Sworn to before me and subscrllwd in injr pin this 6th of Deeembr i54 PublicStallsdlrfftlr 011 tbe blood and mucous suibcn of the rstiu Send for twtltnonlsls free F J CM EXE V A CU Toledo O Sold brdruzitlsls 73c halts Family Illis are the test C L aOVERJThe Undertader and Embalmer Danville Kentucky We have just received a handsome new hearse and tHe fully equipped for directing funerals OUR REPAIRIAG DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stering Ac Terms reasonable satisfaction guaranteed- Mr Cover president and Mr Nichols secretary of the Boyle and Lincoln County Burial Association the object of which is to for the funeral expense of its members and are the associations undertaker J S Goode Is the agent for Lincoln County Phone 17- 5MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A Fint Class Boarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ten teachers who were educated at the leadingtnetltuttons of America and Europe anti havn made brilliant record ns Instructor every one a specialist In her do partment Music department exceptionally strong School iipparalui and general equipment excellent tare fussy teachers Frequent lect free by the principal on lit recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Euroiw De and healthful location only one serious cute of sickness In 12 years Prices no than other tlrst class schools nor than many Inferior ones Send for catalogue WAbb PAP r PAP 1ot + II The people of Stanford and Linciln County are cordially Invited to call and examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in this section from the rhcapest to the most expensive made We have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possible price He also have a full line of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A L GIBBONS Danville The Danville fair gage 6th nth 8th and 9th Rings for almost everything and Liberal Premiums on all WRITE FOR CATALOGUE H C BRIGHT Secretary GEO F ANDERSON Pres Get RichI Others bnve done ID why cant you DcpSilt your money with the f THE FAYETTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY lucre It will be safe nod Increases While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSQN Local Agtnt For Good Goods AT Low Prices Call on rf George H Farris Co V GO TO W B McRoberts K Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready MixedIPaint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains 4 A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 make close estimates on work andIguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during the 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough lund Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate anyprices offered IGREAAt 60 cents on tho dollar Is nn opportunity of n life time to buy uverytlitng nt nbso lutely half price Now Is your Unto to buy 13 f4 15 f0 i7 60 U11O and 11250 and 915 men B suits at boa on the dollar All of these suits are well tailored and in the latest style We utter no balls to lure the public but offer Fair Honest Goois at Half Price We also oOer our entire stock of dry goods notions ladle and gents furnishings shoos hats trunks and vII t1I at 60e on the dollar Come and see for yourself acar Is nothing reserved as every dollar worth of spring and summer goods must ItO by AIIR 1 1001 Highest price paid for all kinds of country produce TilE itAUKKF STORE STANFORD FOHSALK House and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagon ICE REAM SODA 5 Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at t PENNYSDRUG PRESCRIPTIONS Receive the most careful attention and Bra Filled With TUB Best material The LowestJOASHlPrices CJR IT HCKRQ- J i 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