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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 H I flJ Ii SEMIWEEKLy INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXIXISTANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 26 1901 9 A M N0A NEWS NOTES I WJcklllTo waa visited a 117000 firoInlItThe drouth ID Siberia and portion I of European Ruula hal practically ruined j crops I o William Brock of Lexington was elected grand esteemed loyal knight of the Elk Twenty grocer have been arrested J at Oweniboro for violating the puro I food law- Three school children wero run over and killed by an LL Ntrtln near Memphis A ratio of 10 cents a day averted a strike of section hands on road enter lOll Columbus O The murdered bodies of two lads wore found In a Tonnetioe pood near leDtuckyliooWblle Kelley shot four people three perhaps fatally at Leav p cntworlh Kansas Mrt Carrlo Nation was fined tlOQ lad given 30 daYIIID Jail for raiding a Joint atTopekn Kansas IItwas io hot at Bloomington Ill eday that eggs loft In tho sun hatched out little chicks BxSberlfT Ber White of Clay coun ty has purchased a fine farm noar Lex legion and will move there Marenco Madron aged 18 year crawl by the boat shot himself to death at Mouutaln City Tone Prof loch of Berlin Is credited with the discovery that bovine tuber CU108111 not tranitnSoilblo to the hu man system William Johnson and James StotU farmer fought with pistol on the a highway In Lewis county Both were fatally wounded A boat wblob was used on the Nile 4000 year ajo has arrived In Now York and will be sent to the Carnegie Museum In Piltsburff Article of Incorporation were lIed In the iccrotary of States offlco by tho Jackson IG Hazard Telephone Company with a capital stock of 12025 Ben Ramsey and Carl Fiddler mom ber of a freight crow wore terribly scalded In a wreck caused by beat warped rails near Bedford led Mrs Josephine K Henry of Versa alee hai sent In her resignation as vice president of the American Secular Un 1Ion and Freo Thought Fod ration bal been decided to reduce tbo exr peniot of tho army ID tbo Phlllpplnei The force will ba out down and other economical reforms have boon suggested Paducah was the hottcat spot In tbo t United States Tuaidaythe government Iythermometer there standing at lit Maoy protrntloos but no deaths oo ourred I At PHuOold Mau Judge Stevens occluded from the courtroom the rep resentative of three Now York papers whose reports of the oltburRb trial die pleated blm- TMre r ago In circulation In this coon try 12000000 worth of bank notes made ti from old State hank of Now Jersey plates wblob wore supposed to have been destroyed Iu a fight near Winchester George Brown killed bps nephew Jim Brown and was himself fatally wounded Bradford Thomas who played peacemaker Is badly Injured As a result of a petroleum explosion on the American schooner Louise Ado laide at Stockholm Sweoden Copt 10 member of the crew four BrnlztllaDValor Arlund it said to have practl cally completed plans for floating 83 000000 of bODde with which to buy the t Bhelbvvlllo and Bloomflold branch of the Oumberland and Ohio railroad and begin the extension to Nashville At Odccola Arkansas the sheriff and circuit court clerk deposed by the governor have called their followers around then and aro barricaded In the court houso and refuse to give up their offices Tho entire town U under arms and grave trouble may result Tho Louisville Anchorage Pewco Valley Electric Railway Co has per fected arrangements for Issuing 818 r 000000 of 40year 6 per cent gold bonds and with the proceeds It is proposed to gridiron eomo of the richest parts of Kentucky with a system of interurban electric railways Frank 0 Nlckoll a wealthy citizen IofRowan county was found lying by the road mortally wounded by a bullet from a rifle Nlckoll bad been Indict ed for complicity In the killing of Francis Fraloy about two months ago Threats had been made that If ho came back Into the neighborhood bo would never get out alive Rear Admiral Scbloy la preparing to ask for an Investigation of tbo Santi ago controversy by a court of Inquiry Ho will afterward Institute civil pro ceedlngs against Maclay the historian The court will bo appointed by 3ccre p tary Long who la laid to favor Admlr talDewey as its head with Rear Ad mlrals Hamley and Beobam as aeso oiateaQ No rata has fallen in Powell alley Teen shoo Juno 10 The next Elks Grand Lodge conven lion will be hold at SaltLake Utah Reuben Honeycutt cut and seriously wounded Garfield Thrown In Clinton countyDavid Block the St Louis million alre who distributed his fortune while allvn Is dead Riifiia reports a hailstorm ID which stones weighing three pounds fell working enormous damage All heat records were broken In Lou livllla Wednesday afternoon when tho thermometer reached 107 at 540 oolock Joa Henry killed 23 snakoi mother and 27 young ones In the cemetery grounds a tows days ago says the Georgetown Time Orvlllo WLtw oo formerly of the firm of Baroford d Lawson the Louis villa wllllocn has written from Mexi co that he Is the victim of a villainous plot and that he never beat or Injur ed any ono la any way More nonunion men have boon smuggled Into the Wolltvllle O stock ado by the steel trust and the promise is mado that more plant will be start cd up Hundreds of strikers at Mo Keesport Pa thanked Mayor Black for his stand against hired deputies The railroads entering Pltuburg have begun to fool the Affect of tbo strike John Weckbaok a laborer has sued a number of prominent farmer In tbo neighborhood of Sherman Grant count for 2JI006 damage The suit Is In tbo United States court Wookback was run over by a train on the night of the November election and his legs cut off below the knees He claims that ho was tied to the track by a number of men bo was with Hoald he beard the train coming but a rope was fait ened to tbo track and to his Megs and he was unablo to movo LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Seven sows and 31 pig for sale Mark Hardlo Stanford G W Evans sold 100 barrel of corn to Uenry Traylor at 12 60 Twentyfive good bogs for sale M J Murphy KIngtvlllft Ky Store your wheat with Morris Fred at tho Farmers Roller Mille Stan ford Thomas Me leal f sold to Smith Johnson of Boyle 100 barrels of cora at 13 delivered Advance Guard and Sidney Lucas will moat a a match rase at Chicago at an early date Morris Farris delivered to Simon Welhl 86 export cattle weighing 1404 pound at Co Advocate Tea Tray has bconglven to the Cu ban government by Wm Lakeland and be will bo sent to Cuba at once Thornton Cox of Mason county text out 16000 tomato plants and does not believe ho will ieouro a tomato I want to buy your wheat and will pay you the highest market price or It Seo mo before you sell D S Car peeler Uustonvllle There wore only about 200 cattle at Winchester Monday and few of thorn told A bunch of 060pound heifer and steere brought 31 to 4c It is estimated that the crops In Iowa alono have suffered damage to the ex tent of 115000000 to 20000000 during the laitiew weeks of dry weather- C Shumate of Paint Lick has a field tbat has been cultivated in cord 20 years in succession and If It Is sea seeable It will make 16 or 20 barrels to the acre w H Flowers sold a twoyearold Peacock mare to Luther Grady for 8175 Leo S Smith sold to Wm Rog ers of Lebanon a tbree year old Peacock gelding for 8250 Adalr News Some 18 months ago Beazloy Bros sold to Doo Dryo of Husionvllle a sorrel mare with flaxy mano and tall for S180 Mr Dryo kept her a short time and sold her to S T Harbison of Ilex ington for 8280 Mr Harbhon leia New York man havo her for 1200 and a tow days ago he sold her for 2760 It Is estimated that tho present drouth has causod a shrinkage In stocks of889397500 a ehrlnkage In wheat production of 15000000 bushels and a shrinkage In corn production of200 000000 bushels The rise In corn of 11 cents a bushel makes the present esti mate of the crop worth 50000000 more than before the drouth The rise In wheat of 7 cents n bushel makes the prevent estimate of the crop worth 50000000 moro than before the drouth Many Ihouanda have been lesloreu to health and happiness by the use of Cham berlains Cough Remedy K afflicted with any throat and lung trouble give it a Hal for it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treat meat for years have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured Ly its use Dear In mind that every bottle a warranted and If It dote not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For sale by Craig A locker 0 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Daisy a business manned coun cilman of Lebanon Is dead Mite Alllo Harlan daughter of tho late Dr W B Harlan died at Dan vlllo Tuesday Clarence Shlpp charged with killing Richard ford and Dave Alton In Ma rlon waived an examining trial Luther Allen of Watcrview Cum borland county was drowned In tee Cumberland river at Burnolde A wild woman who leaps 40 feet at a jump is terrorizing people InTsggarts creek valley near MIddlesboro 011 speculators are pouring into Wayne county Many oil wells arc be log bored Tbe laieit gusher li a won derWesley Hamilton a former Confed orate soldier and a member of Stone dell Jacksons brigade is dead near Kingston aged 80 The now Bubble Academy is now finished and Dr Hlckle from Texas will begin school next Monday morn Ing Hubblo cor Record- A halfitarvcd man was found In the woods near Nlobolasrlllo All be could toll was that his namo was Jim Jones He knew not his whereabouts A Danvlllo dispatch says tbat Mr Reynolds who Is In charge of the oil developments near Junction City has arrived to begin operations Ho has secured 2100 acres of land and will lease 3000 acres before boring wells Tbo following comes from Montlccl lo Stubbo Well on Dalton farm has been lowing since Sunday morning at the rate of 1500 barrels a day The new well le 816 feet deep aod 600 feet north of Sunny Brook No1 There lea scramble for territory near tbe Stubbo Well W W Wiseman and Guy Wlicman left Mouday for Wayne county where they own about 1600 acres of land ly log to the oil belt Little Nancy Jon nlngi the fouryearold daughter of Mr sad Mu Lafayette Jennings fell In a cistern at tbo home of her parents on Fifth iircet and had a narrow es cape from drowning Advocate Fearing that his body will be secure ed by ghoul If It to placed in an ordi nary wooden coffin Ephrolm Mitchell an eccentric citizen residing near Kingston has contracted for a huge stone coffin It le to be cut from Rock castle county granite and it will weigh a ton He has also left directions with his children concerning his burial among other thing directing that the collie be hermetically sealed Mr Mitchell Is about 70 years old and bIde fair to live to be a hundred Green River Sunday School Plo nic INTRIDR10URNet to beat tbe Sunday School picnic at Croon River last Saturday The program which wit rather a lengthy one was fully carried out with much credit to all who took part from the little tots to tbe more advanced ones They all acquitted themselves admirably In tact If I bad to docldo I would not know where to place tbe laurels The program was varied and well gotten up consisting of speaking by the older ones and declamations and recitations Interspersed by soloa duets and quar tette the rnuilo being a special tea uro of tho exercises Mrs Ambrose Humphrey and Al Royalty had charge A frco dinner was spread and as a mat ter of course everybody enjoyed that A refreshment stand was run In tbe In terest of the Sunday school where Ice cream and cake and ovary good thing was served tbat the appetite could de sireA public collection was takea Up but we tailed to learn the total turn received but we are sure a handsome sum was realized The object of the entertainment was to get money tq fin lib paying for their organ A largo crowd was present and bet tor order was never preserved by any people If a ripple of disturbance oc curred wo failed to hear of It The OCt casion was very greatly enjoyed by all and tbe Sunday school received such a boom of encouragement that It will be felt and enjoyed for many days to come M W JONES Fair Dates Huttonvllle July 313 daye Cynthlana July 314 days Danvllle Aug 61 days Madlgonvlllc Aug 65 days Lexington Aug l2li days Liberty Aug B3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Columbia Aug 204 days Brodbead Aug 213 days Shelbyvllle Aug 2i4 days MIddlesboro Aug 293 daye Bardstown Sep35 days Russell Springs Sop 34 days Ellzabethtown Sep 104 days Bowling Green Sep 105 days Springfield Sep 11I days Glasgow Sep 18I days Louisville Interstate Fair Sep 23 12 days MT VEItNON I Tbo Jar fly has begun his rasping noiseLivingston la to have a telephone ex change at an early date There la much sickness on account of the extreme hot weather The L It N has reduced their rates on coal shipments 30 per cent The colored school Is having its troubles on account of hiring teachers Public school begins hero on July 29 3 N Davis and Mist Emma Penning ton teachers The coldest spring In Rockcastle ii located at the mouth of Big Fill two miles East of town After playing for the Liberty fair the Mt Vernon band will movo on to Columbia to do a like service David Mulllna aged about 10 years of ago sled at Lungford Friday last and was burled here Saturday The rural mall delivery over the route from Livingston to McKee has been taken advantage of by only three citizens so far It N Towery has a Bank of North Carolina lID bill dated 1839 The writer has a 8100 bill issued by the Mississippi Cotton Bank in 1848 Talking through your hat reminds us tbat one can place himself in a tele phone circuit and talk through his body It being a fair conductor completes the circuit Try it John Walton of Livingston has a dog that bat become eo fat it requires another dog to attend him to scratch his back at least that la what Mr Soward the Signals foreman eaye Indications are tbat Rockcaitlo will be the lime center of the State Ship ments are Increasing rapidly new kilns being put In and the business Is being pushed It is claimed that Rockcaetle limo Is the strongest purest whitest and best You spoke list week of Crab Orch ards big telephone pole man who has sold 50 cars of pole Ho has sold more than tbat and has orders for 10 cars more with orders to follow yet be has not enterprlso enough to have a phone In his place of business Heres grit for you When Mr Met ener was shot from ambush In his yard pt Pine Hill ono night last wtek he went out and searched for the wouldbe assassin returned to the house cut a ball from his leg with a pocket knife Didnt send for a dobfcr Wilton a new mining town four miles out from Woodbine with 600 In habitants Is about ready to start up us cOil works There has been built a tour mile branch road to the mines where the best mining plant in tbe country has been Installed All the power for switching and hauling min leg cars cutting coal e will be electricity The town and mines will bo lighted bytho same The capacity of the mines will be 100 cars dally The company has among other Improve monte constructed a hugo dam across a valley which forma a lake of 10 acres 30 feet deep In places The L S N will put In an agency at tbe mines C S Nleld who has done so much to de velop the coal business at Grays Is the originator and general manager of the Wilton enterprise The republican candidates for county offices met hero last Saturday for the purpose of registering Tho following planked up the collateral and writ their names For judge S D Lewis O E Gibson W R Dlckorion W A Hammond for sheriff H L Tate G S Griffin for county attorney L W Bctburum D T Lamb for icbool su perintendent G M Ballard W A B Davis for jailer Jack Abney William Baker J W Parsons Zack Hansel G W Decker James Gatllff Charles Dolman J L Arnold H K Mulllna J E Pike Robert Cook Jr for asses sor George A Proctor Isaac Todd S B Ramsey John W Kirby William Chasteen for surveyor S N Davlsf for magistrate 1st district John W Marler S L Durham B B Cummin Thomas Baker for constable let die trict H 0 Jones B N Roller W C Mulllns and A N Bentley wero up from Livingston Monday and assisted In conferring the Royal Arch degree upon W L Thorn ton F L Turpln and E T Sturgis Will Owens a young colored boy of this place who hat been attending school in Loulsvlllo for the past two years preached at his home church Sunday loot His sermon was highly complimented Sally May Sam Wade Joe and J N Brown all of same faint ly and five other teachers living within a radius of ono mile of Level Green this county began their schools last week A new girl arrived at Dr Myers Tuesday Mrs Parsons living three miles out on Richmond road lost her house and most of its contents by fire W S Runner bad a tlno mare to die Jack Mulllns and family of Jack son county spent several days here with Mr and Mrs A Peanln too Emmett Treadway arrived from Mis souri yesterday Mrs Wm Williams Is very Ill John Cook and wife of Jelllco was hero at the burial of David Mulllns rrI1 All Right BrightISight ItJ Now Patters in Negligee Shirts nor iJOur A NPllfLIT PAYS TO TRADE AT tJ i3 THE GLOBE1J Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing t1 rQo Your money back if youre not satisfied DanvilletJJ1 Successor to J L Frohman h Co I = = =IIi 0o +A == = u = COOLER I You can keep much cooler than you now are if you will let nil fit you out with our line of hot weather goods Neglige Shirts Silk Bosom Shirts Shirtwaists 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 caLive Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford I 11pISCowns OW- NWHEZLS o IDIODINro HIGGINS McKINNEY StanfordIi Stafford Female College+ It A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles Has all the grades of the best city graoiniarjscliools and in addition the full regu J lar courses of study of the best female colleges In tbe State Four departments study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction hIIall departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annnal will open Monday September 2d Tuition fees range from 10 to J23 per lesllonlweeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks f100 For address IB T IlPiiSriCEE3aroiT Prin- Stanfoxd KZsr t I f 1 1NTERIOR JOURNAL J C WALTON 1E IDembcratic Ticket oV For StateStnator GEO T FARRIS For Representative M F NORTH 1fJAS P BAILEY ForjCounty Clerk GEofircoOPER For I Cotintylltorney- HARVEY HELM r For Sheri MS BAUGHMAN For Auetfor- f M G REYNOLDS For Jailer W I HERRIN For School Superintendent r GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Com mluloncr lor the 3d JDIitrlct subject to the will or the democracy IN reference to the democratic prelli flentlal nominee four years hence N tlonal Committeeman James K Jones of Arkansas truthfully says that the party will display wisdom In Gelectloi some discreet jurist or now obscure business man whose record la faultiest whose democrarcy is consistent and In wbose integrity all classes have an abiding confidence He says he wit support Senator Hill or any other democrat for the high office of president but it is plainly seen in the interview with him that he is not a Hill mao I H GOODNIGHT present circuit judge and who served three terms In Congress died at Franklin Wednesday afternoon He was a brother of Mr T M Goodnight our townsman and was a man of ability and a democra sound and true Judge Goodlcnlgh was a receptive candidate for U S Senator and he had many friends who would have been highly pleased to see him occupy a seat in the Senate Hi was a devout member of the Cumber land Presbyterian church and a citizen of whom the State was proud EDITOR LANDRAM of the Contra Record aspires to be a dude He pleads with his delinquent to come up and settle that ho may buy a 124 suit advertised by a Lexington firm Seems to us that clothes are about the las thing a man wants this weather but II Brer Landram hungers and thirsts af ter a change of clothes we hope he will be enabled by the aforesaid delin a quents to get a suit THE unusual sight of a father spank Ing his 25 year old son was witnessed at Washington Ind the other day and the young fellow got what he richly deserved He was drunk and attempted to amuse himself by cursing his grayheaded lather who pulled him across his knee and in the presence of a crowd spanked him sober i THAT splendid democrat and excel lent gentleman Hon N B Hays of Plnevllle takes time by the forelock and announces for attorney general Mr Hays continued and valiant fight for democracy entitles him to almost anything he might ask for and bo will likely be a strong factor In the race for that Important office A NEW YORK man who was fond of frog legs has just had a live bull frog removed from his stomach Tbey say tadpoles turn to frogs but this Is the first time on record where a frog leg turned to a frog TUB Lexington Herald in Us effort to lead the procession dated its Tuesdays edition six days ahead The Morning Democrat and Leader will never be able to catch the Herald now GOOD for the Paducah Democrat W S Taylor Is building up a large law practice In Indianapolis Insanity Is said to be rapidly Ipcreaslng In Indl ana SAPP will continue to get what sap there Is out of the collectors office in Louisville for four years hence and we are glad ot it POLITICAL J Will Dinning democratic nominee for county judge of Simpson is dead Wm H Hunt Is to succeed Gov Allen as chief executive of Puerto Rico ExCongressman FItzpatrIckwho was overcome by heat is all right j againOwen county republicans nominated Lee Roberts a Brownie for represen tatlyeCharles A Bookwalter was nominat ed for mayor of Indianapolis by the re publicansW Shuster aged 25 was appointed collector of customs for the PhilippinesCapt L Slbert has recommended an appropriation of 8132330 to complete improvements on the falls of the Ohio f rr rt P Booker Reed has contested the nomination of James F Grinstead for mayor of Louisville- Philippine judges taking the oath were not required to swear to support the United States constitution A bill was introduced in the VIrgin la Constitutional Convention exempt Log the property of Confederate soldiers from taxation to tho amount of 1000Judge John T MIlliken of Simpson county will probably be an appltear for appointment as circuit judge to fill out Judge Goodnights term Othei are also mentioned Tho republicans of the Mth Senate rial district nominated W S Proctor of Leltchfleld for State Senator As the democrats carry his district by aD overwhelming majority Mr Proctor must realize that his chances to Fat Into pfflce are very few and far between LANCASTER The lecture at the Christian churc Monday evening was very woll atUnd ed considering the great heat A neat little sum was realized Miss Tbeo Hemphill one of our most beautiful girls has just returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Cyn thlana The Infant of Dr IS Wesley that has been sick for some time Is barely alive at this writing The lawn fete given by theladles of the Methodist church on the colleg campus Wednesday night was well attended and all report a pleasant time The grounds were beautifully llluml nated by Japanese lanterns and the reo Freshmenta served were of the most de Kcloua kind Our police force S D Turner and 3 M Slier are always on the trail of iffendera and the good order which provallo In our city Is a proof of their excellent service A few nights ag lome parties left town about 11 ocloc riding rapidly and yelling hideously Turner and Slier followed them two nlles In tho country and arrested hem two of the number confessing end afterward paying a fine On Tuesday they arrested Frank Lackey colored charged with permitting the salt of whisky on his premises and he was teed 825 Miss Georgia Henry has returnee rom a delightful visit to Richmond lies Mildred Hemphill who made nany friends hero while visiting the Jlssea Arnold this summer Is verj ow of typhoid fever at her homo IE Hcholaavllle Miss Annie Austin has eturned from Dripping Springs much improved in health Miss Jeanle Bush of St Louis but who once lived here rill arrive today to visit Miss Maggie Thompson Miss Bessie Shugars ii ulto sick It is thought she is taking typhoid fever Miss Carrie Curry It visiting In Harrodsburg Will Welt ba9 gone to Louisville to spend a month with Pasco Miller Mr and Mrs Jas iympson have returned from a visit to Ilddleburg Miss Mary Arnold will leave ehorty for Cartorsvllle where she will be the guest of Miss Luella Arnold Mrs Dr Carpenter and daugh tel Miss Tevls of Stanford accom anted by their visitor Miss Bush of- St Louis visited the family of W A Arnold this week Miss Mary Thompson is visiting Miss Bessie Gulley at intloch Robert Powell Is of pneu Ionia Muse Mattle Estea has typhoid fever Miss Emily Chentult of Rich fond and Miss Annie Waters of Maryland visited Miss Christine Bradley tbe first of the week Misses Fannie and Bettie West of Hyattsvllle and- Dr Coon and Mrs Jennie OBrien of oulevllle are visiting Mrs George Robinson at Marcellus THIS AND HTwelve hundred striking machinists lost at Scranton and returned to work City Marshall Ballard at French Lick- shot and fatally wounded his brother ieorge He claims selfdefense The city hall of Philadelphia is tbe largest city building In the world It- was begun In 1871 and has cost 24313 155Judge Tonoy decides In favor of tho etreat for tbe Sick of Richmond in onstrulng the will of Mrs Martha tanare During a storm Tuesday at Union CItV lid eight residences were truck by lightning and many persons were shocked Ope hour after the death of Mrs Par ells Walker from heat at Bedford Ind the temperature of the body remained at 110 An attempted suicide in a sleeping car at Butte Mont has caused epecu itloa concerning two mysterious Dung men Involved Secretary Long announced the ap ointment of Admiral Dewey and Rear Admirals Kimberly and Benham as members of the Schley court of in ulryThe paroled Younger brothers have secured worn selling tombstones This Is economic logic Having created the emend In previous years they are now urnlshing the supplyLou Times State Superintendent McCheenoy re versed the decision of Superintendent Lignite of Laurel county removing Miss Sudie Snuffer a school teacher for alleged bribery of a school trustee Tbe superintendent restored the young roman to her position in the schools Lisa Snuffer claims the was preferred against her because she tee tlfied against Caleb Powers lw 4 MIDDLEBURGI This at the Hustonvlllo fall next week Most of the Casey schools opens Monday School will open at Middli ITbeand general interest seemingly taken The past 10 days have been the hottest here for years the thermomete ranging from 100 to 111 degrees In the shadeFred Durham who has been down a position with the Belt HalhvayI of Chattanooga for tho past 12 months paid his parents and many friends a short visit Sunday and Monday return Ing Monday night Mr and Mrs SpurI geon Sympson of Louisville are visit ing relatives hero Rev Purdum one of the youngest but ablest divines of the Ml E church In this State passed away Sunday of consumption Rev Purdum had boenI pastor of the M E church at place for the past two years and was aD able divine and well liked by all In torment took place at Mlddlcburg rem etery A wife and two email cbtldrei ire left to mourn the low of husband and father Rev Ferrell who has bleu residing at Liberty has moved to the Baptls parsonage at this placo He has the pastorate of both the Liberty and Mid Jleburg Baptist churches Rev F M nl11 of Somerset preached at the M E church Sunday morning and eye sing to good audiences The writer Utended protestant services Sunday In twc MIThereCaseys next judge Though Mr Jones Is a democrat of the old school as ev pry voter in the county Is well aware ret It Is not Intended that politics ball slay any part In the judges race It Is a race between principle of men and Dot of party Mr Jones is a christian rentleman above reproach honest and rustworthy has a good education and Is well fitted for the oUlce that his nany friends of both parties wish to live him This Is only one of the few nstances In which the oftpe seeks the nan etc- Casey Is experiencing at present the everent drouth in the memory of the ildest Cltlzens Dryer times have been known later on In the season but the resent drouth seems to have come on just at the tlmo that moisture was most needed for tbe growing crops Up land crops are literally parched while corn 10 the bottoms la suffering Unless rain comes In a very few days there rill be practically no corn made at all rnno event will there be half a crop lot winds formerly known only to the prairie regions have lately done con iderabla harm to corn Pastures are parched and stock of all kinds have be driven to the river for water The resent drouth Is the severest ever nown here- Mlddleburg and Russell Springs roamed bats at Phil Saturday a good crowd of enthusiasts being present to witness the contest To an onlooker tbe game was uninteresting except for some exceptionally good playing op the art of the homo team It could be readily seen in the early part of the sme that it was a onesided affair made possible by one of the best twirlers that ever stood In the pitchers box young Camnltz of Hustonvllle who was so ably assisted by the kid Bishop of the same town Camnltz IB scarcely ut of his teens while Bishop ia only a mere lad of 16 it being Bishops first trial before Camnltz though strange to say not a ball passed him Charles and George Montgomery also did good laying for our team There was only one error made by the home team It sing made by a baseman which alone made it possible for the Russell boys to- tcore It was readily teen that the lajorlly of those present were Russell prlugs sympathizers and many off tbem came to make trouble which was only averted by the coolness of the homo boys The Russell boys and several Caseyitos lost considerable money 00 tho result togothKr with the sting gins of defeat were very abusive to our umpire and playersthe abuse- times being most vllllfying Our boys being sensible paid no attention to the bllllng8 ate heaped upon them but layed ball Instead but at thb same tlme wishing they could have been thee man It seemed that Middloburga only friend was Liberty and they stood agether like Trojans against Phil lunnvllle or in fact all Southern Casey and Russell county The R S umpire was an honest man and we ont believe would knowingly give an unfair decision but to be honest he was unfamiliar with 20th century bate ball The Russell Springs and HUB jnvlllo teams are advertised to cross bats at the opening day of the Liberty fall and it ia needless to say that all tbe sports from this section will be present to assist the Liberty boys in ootlng for Hustonvillo C C A lame shoulder is usually caused by cumatlsm of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber alna Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Uocker Druggists James DeJarnett sold to Covington Arnold Bro his crop of wheat at GScj Climax ji q tLi ssus IT IS To YOur Interet 1 f To buy your goods Where you can buy the most for the least money We are bound to Sell our large stock of mer chandise as quick as possible and killing prices are doing the work A dollar is hard to earn therefore make it go as far as you can One dollar at our store will buy as J much goods as two dollars at any other store The Louisville StoreVOur Great Closing Out Sale to Quit Business Cs bringing hundreds of bargain teeter to our store as fat as 60 miles away Come while you have a ahence to buy good goods at about halt prier as such bargains ni we are offcriue now never hue andsnever will offered again goods in our tlore will positively bo slaughtered to up builnrsi In Stanford Domestics 60 bolts of fast colored calicoes come and get as much as you want 3 I2cat Best Sea Wand cotton full yard wide suitable for sheeting and underwear 4p Yard wide bleach cotton no starch worth 73c at 5C Amoakeag apron gingham cut to 5c Good pearl buttons worth lOc a dozen cut to 5c Beading 3c ICOO pieces of fine white and colored finishing braid regular 10c quality at 3c lie have a few ladles trimmed hats cost not considered 150 dozen mens tply linen collate worth loc In this sale only 5c l The Louisville Store Only Store in Stanford Salinger Bros Proprietors NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Deerlng HarreiUr Kxtm and FIxtures but keep none but the genuine Unless the hams Deerlng on them you may know they are not S CAHlFSTEH HuttonvUle Fenosjlnuattge For Women Eat End PUUburg ParciJarberm as Sept IT 1WJ Tboronzh e Uoun Art Hllmtlon combtDea aDd span of country with city adTioUnt UmnululD Uonlt gull For ldN REV C1ILME1U URTIN D D Im RUSSELL SPniNGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything la tn splendid order the water Is and the present a appearance Oneit be willing at teution Ratctt AdulU li pur week Iron under 12 years of age 13 horses X60 per week For further Informatlor apply to WI VAUOHAN Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In Bratclass style Experienced men to do It and work can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H QUEER Stanford Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W Bt11UtE k Silt Prom JUNCTION CITY KY FlrjtClam Turnout at ReAsonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky furnished clean beds aplendsd table Everything firatclaBB Porters meet all trains 89 GREAT BARGAINS I TIIIS MONTH- I have located at Crab Orchard In Oeo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always find bargain at my store I urn selling second hand Clothing equal to new also new Ulotblng and Gents Furnishing Good Fine Shoes Hate Caps etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a Invitation to visit the Uargaln Store Call and ice me when you coma to town We will sell flour and meal from Morris Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at price It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI STORE Jq Ladles tine shoes lace and button heel and spring heel worth from 1150 toI13 go at Ladles fine kid gloves all sites lOll hiulw worth 1160 a pair In this great sale only 49c 1If Ladles extra fine quality kid gloves all latest shades worth 12 go at 69c Ladies Shirt Waists 1 lot ladles fine shirt waists made of best material sad in latest styles worth 81 go ht this sale at 39c tllualltyMens wide brim canvM hats cut W 25c Mens tow linen suits coats pants and vests worth 12 to close will sal atQ3Q An new lawns duiUtci piques and cOil India linens will be sold regardless ofrr l the genuine loforuiatlon grounds guaranteed Newly Cincinnati IlAItQAIN swlitcj i i Buy a New Pair of t Douglas Shoes a They are the test In the world 3oo and 5oo Douglas ihoesare guaranteed to equal any 300 and 000 shoe tussle Save money by buying Douglas ShOt We have all of the new lasts and leathers t t Cummins McClar r t Here We Are Again ii SCRIP Our Mid Summer Clearance Bale begins July 1st Every line embracing furniture carpetsI Wall Paper Rugs Mattings Shades Picture Frame Sowing Machines Oi Kans etc is up to date Ue otter special In the way of For dollar you spend with me I give you n Is worth five cents and for every slime you couponIme I give you n REBATE STAMP with draw premiums Wo are after the trade of that wideawake people people who know black from white people who know furniture from cord wood people who appreciate the opportunity to buy goods of a merchant who hai ono price and that a price Our large wagon will start through the country July 1st show you people what bargains we have In store for you V f f Withers Stafori I r lrp r T cptl P THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANKOIID KY JULY 20 1001 IITRY the Judge Taft cigar for a choice emoko at Pennys Drug Store Ouit proscrIptIon work Is unsurpasa ed Try and bu convinced Penny Drug Store PERSONALS R M NKWLANU went to Lexington yesterday Mri W II HiaoiNS hat CrabOrch ard Springs HON HARVEY HELM loft Tuesday for a tripEaeL- COL AND MRS T P JILL aro at Dripping Spring I JMu S C THURMOND has cone to 16 prospect Miss LINDA MILLER In visiting friends nt Mt Sterling MSS TOktatir FRANCIS of Lan cae ter wee tho guestof Mln Mary Bruce ATTORNEY J R BUSH of Hlchraond I li veiling hit father Capt II T Bush Miss STELLA HALLOU u visiting nor slater Mr J L Duncan at Toledo O REV JOHN A Goocir of Wayne menlnKIIED PENNINOTON Is making Coun ts ty Court Clerk Cooper a iplendld dew uty f MRS WILLIAM Rice of Richmond attended the burial of Mr W 11 Par cone Mil J a CLAUNCII of Somerset has Joined his wlfo and ion at Mr J E LynnMIss NANCY WlTIIERSIOON liar Ie the guest of Mies Mary fIlundlay MIL D S RITCHIE of LouUvlllc spent several days with tho Mlisci Manofco- x MISS ANNIE TimiiiLE of Junction City spunt several day with Ire W A Trlbblo t MR AND Mns GRAHAM PRIOR of ItDAnvllle aro guests of Mr and Mr 00 Keller DR J V PEYTON and Messrs J C Hays and J W locker aro at Drip ping SpringaaRock Ark le visiting the family of t Mr W H Shanks r Mn AND MRS A UNDERWOOD of CorbIn attended the burial of Mr Wlllli II Parsons I Mn W W WRIGHT came all t tho way from Livingston to get a Huston vllle fair catalogue Mlt O T LAYTON of Garrard was hero Wednesday to meet bis wife who Marloot delightful BELLE visit to friends at Georgetown j MISSBH PEARL JOHNSTONS and Maudo Moore of Doyle are guests oft Muses Sarah and Jennie Lynn MRS SALLIE SmrUAN of Huston Ifvllle who bat been visiting Mrs Don Dallou hat returned homo f MR AND MILS W G LACKEY of St Louie arrived Tuesday to visit Hon O A Lackey and Miss Ophelia Lackey MISSES MARIE MAHONY and Vr ginia Bourne are member of a houro party being given by Miss Robbie Penny at Danville Miss ELEANOR PHILLIPS his our thanks for an Invitation to the com mencement exerclscsof National Normal University at Lebanon O PRESIDENT W G COWAN and Secretary W D locker of the Huston vlllo fair spent yesterday at tho Georgetown fair looking alter attrac ton Mil MCCALLA FITZGERALD of Lon 1 don was on yesterdays train bound for Georgetown to attend tbo street fair He was accompanied by his handsotno little son Miss MARY LANDRAM BURNSIDB en tertalned a few friends Thursday ova nlng In honor of her guest Miss MIn nle Woods of Stanford Miss Ella May Saunders of Stanford visited Miss Ito I la Arnold Record LOCALS Duo FINISH at Craig lockers HCSTONVILLE FAIR July 31 three days 1 Go to Craig is Hooker for perfec- fitting spectacles TO FARMERS We are still running our mill at tho same place j H Baughman Co AN Infant of Will Dunn of Huston vllle died of whooping cough which epidemic Is prevalent In the West End THE Warren Grlgsby Chapter will meet with Mrs J S Owaloy Jr nox- oclock t r Tuesday afternoon 30th at430 Subject Stonewall Jackson All ore requested to como prepared Miss LAVINIA SHANNON who played hero In tho Julia A Hunt Co and Is well remembered bad a narrow es capo from death at Minneapolis wbllo- i presenting the play Under Two Flags HUSTONVJLLB Come In and soothe great reduction of prices on tailor made suite I am offering for July and Au Dliat buy a ready made suit 11when you can have one made to order just as cheap AJ Adame 1325PlanaTliltKD comfortable rooms for rent It Robinson Lancaster street PLENTY band made harness of the latest pattern on hand J 0 McClary SEE tbat now sowing machine at That new price at Illggln S Mc Klnnoy WB have plenty c-hicken feed and shlpstulT on hand Will sell cheap J II Baugbtnan fc Co RRMEMiiiilt that ermsaro cash Low cash prices on feed of all kinds J U Baughman St Co FOR SALE on RENT Residence on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Jtoqulre of E C Walton ROSSBLL Tbo aged Mr Lewis HOB sell died just all wo went to press Dur ial here tomorrow Extended notice next issue WB hard waited patiently on you for the money duo July 1 If you dont como around this week well call on you Buazley Uro WB Intended to print a picture and wrlio upof Mr M G Reynolds Lln coin county next assessor but the cut failed to reach us In time for this Is rue EMMETT CUMMINS of Beo Lick died at Joseph Price Infirmary Wed nesday Ho was In a very bad condi Lion and the operation performed on him proved too severe DtLA vED0wiagtodelayIngetting his press Mr It O Cunningham an nounces that tho Danville Courier will not appear until next Fridaya week later than he Intended IN DEMAND John II Moor tbo baker and rcitaurantor is shipping largo quantities of his One bread now He has rogularcustotnersat Richmond Mlddloburg Crab Orchard Brodbcad and other point and he can hardly sup ply the demand PLEASANT OCCASION Litho Miss Sbeppard Cook daughter of Dr nd Mrs L D Cook celebrated hot sixth birthday yesterday afternoon by having about 70 of her little friends with her Various games were Indulg ed In by the tots and lots of goo things to cat were enjoyed Miss Mary Sheppard proved herself a charming little hostess and further endeared her self to her friend and playmates r HOT Hot Ino name for the weath er wo bavo bad for the past week Sweltering humanity la suffering tor furor while crops are being damaged by the distressing drouth wo are ex periencing Tbo mercury hovers around the 100 mark from 10 to 4 oclock while the nights afford not much relief There was promise of rain yesterday afternoon but the cloud have disappeared and old Sol 1s again hard at work ihli morning FAIK DAILY Meesre George Keller Jr and Jesse AG Alvcrson of this ofllce aro getting the JOURNAL Huktonvlllo Fair Daily In readiness and It will contain adver tisement galore If you havent spok en for space you bad better do so at once or you will be too late They will make the paper a most Interesting one and U will po liberally Illustrated E H Fox of Danville la making a large number of halt tones to be used PARSONS Mr Willis H Parsons who has been ill for a loop time died lull before we went to prose Tuesday morning aged ttO He was a devout t member of the Methodist church on honorable gentleman and a clover man Mr Parsons was formerly from Rock cantlo but hall spent a number of years In Lincoln county where he was universally liked A wife who was a Miss Underwood and seven children survive After services at the Metho dist church by Rev W E Arnold Wednesday afternoon the remains wero taken to Buffalo cemetery and laid to rest t TIlE Beaaley Hotel at Crab Orchard Is having a nice run of custom now and good crowds are enjoying the best tho market affords there Tho following thtan I eons John and Henry Humphrey Hal lou and Judgo Joe Robinson of Lan teeter Mrs A A McKinney Dan ville Mrs A J Earp Winchester Mrs Josle Raney Mack Huffman and Miss Tevls Carpenter Stanford Mlas Engenja Duet St Louis and a large number of drummers Rooms have been engaged and a alto crowd 1s expected the rest of tbo season HUBTONVILLE FAIR Besides the itniotlons In the catalogue of the Hut tonvlllo fair tho directors have added game of ball for the first day wblc promises to bo a warm contest for baseball superiority Hustonvlllo and Hal rodsburg will play for the champion ship of Kentucky the winning team to get 120 and tbo losing 85 Howard Camnltz who Is winning famo as a twirler wilt pitch for the homo boys whllo the visitors will have a cracker jack In tho box Tho game will be played attar tbo fair program carried cbarltotostay for the last two 21o MADRAS at IDe Severance k Sons WHITK grey and ckelk gloves Severance S Sons NEW rubber tire phaeton for sale cheap William Hamilton CHICKEN feed and shlpstuff cheap for club J H Baughman k Co TIN fruit jars nod jar rubber at Higgins McKlnnoy PARAKKINB fur preserving jollies and fruits at Biggins S McKlnneys STANFORD Is In tho 1labof towns that will very likely be connected with Lou Uvlllo by a proposed electric railway THE Christian Church color ed of this place will givo a big basket mooting on tho fourth Sunday in Au gust TILE Northbound passenger No 20 was 31 hours late this morning having waited for a delayed Southern train at Jelllco Tim managers ufColumbia fair announce that all ministers and per ions over 70 year old will be admitted to tbo exhibition free of charge It Is safe to say that timny a jackleg preacher will be on hand LINCOLN DOCTORS IN ITDr J G Carpenter of this place and Dr Del tie Carpenter of HustonvUle will ale cuss Surgery In Obstetrics at medical society meeting to bo hold at Russell SprIng Auglandd Anes inetla In Labor will be the subject o Dr W L Lowdere talk Eolimsla Dr Steele Baileys an Grip and Results Dr J C Barkers The meetIng promises to be an Inter eating one- COLOItED TEACHERS INSTITUTE The annual session of the colored teacher Institute was called to order in Stanford court houee by Pro G Singleton county superintendent a D30 A M Monday Devotional oxr cues wero conducted by Rev A L GuthrIe of the A M E church Prof Singleton then gave an address i which ho stated In a few pointed word tbo object ol tho meeting Dr Tardif presided at the organ The following committees were appointed Progra Stepdp dlf Miss K B Gentry C S loges The following wero present Misses K D Gentry B Sutton M E Jor man L Mason A Engleman F Cor well L T Wade and Mesdames A V Haynes A H Tardif F E Stepp and Menaces C S Havnes W D Tardif R C Durham and F L Stepp The conductor gave an Interesting talk anu outlined the work for tbo week At the afternoon session Monday ihe folio win subjects wero Introduced and discussed by tho Institute School man agement Mlstet K B Gentry and B Sutton Tuesday morning arithmetic was introduced and discussed by the Institute Mrs A V Haynes primary epollloCg At euRb wore by tbe Institute Child Study Mrs A H Tardif Language F L Stepp Grammar Miss A Engleman Peycology Dr Tardif Wednesday morning ses sloe After the usual order of business tbe following subjects were introduced and discussed Nature Study Miss K B Gentry Reading Mrs F E Stepp Composition Miss L Mason After noon session The following subject were introduced and discussed by tho Institute Geography1ft C Durham and Miss L T Wade The various subjects are being discussed in a most Interesting manner by tbe teachers and tho capable conductor Thursday morn legs session opened by singing Do votional exercises were conducted by Rev Guthrie Biography of Whittle was read by Dr Tardif Roll call was responded to by quotations The fol lowing subjects wero Introduced and discussed by tbe institute in a very lively and interesting manner Soho Management Dr Tardif Civics R C Durham Reading was discussed in general by the Institute Tho after noon sessl6n was spool In discussing the present trustee system In which all of tho teachers took part The Lexington Herald man who is bothered with mosqultoa says A eel entlst informs us that It Is the mosqui to with three stingers that bears mala ria and that le tho one that wo should try to avoid It strikes us though that the one which has a voice like a tom cat and those that sing In rag time murder the most sleep easO- live Baptist church near Waynes burg will sell their old house of wor ship and build a new one T J Gooch Wm Coach and W P Reynolds com chophthe good cause t Outs and bruises are healed by Chum berlains 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 sale by Craig A Ilbcker Kenneth Coatleman of Louisville tojbe d KINGSVILLE A fireman by the name of Sullivan was partially asphyxiated In the tunnel a few days since He was removed to the hospital In Lexington John Howe gave an elegant little upper at tbo residence of his mother on Tuesday evening in honor of Misses Katie Wells of Junction City and Bernlce Johnson of Verona Everybody hero that can Is subsisting on Ice or Iced beverages People are not only lamenting the present diatom forts but aro seriously considering the future which owing to tbo drouth presents rather a dreary outlook If wo are not to have rain before Sunday- ss Is predicted the trope which wore unusually promising earlier In the sea son will undoubtedly be a failure Miss Gertrude Pennybucker who together with her sister Mrs D P Dlneen of Louisville has been visit log relatives in Knoxville returned home Sunday accompanied by Dr Allen of Somerset Miss Katherine Wells of Junctlob City la tho attract- Ive guest of the Misses Johnson Mrs Della Maher and children of Ludlow are the guests of J M McCurty and other relatives here Messrs Hudson of Danville and Steve Teater of Stan ford were tho guests of friend here Sunday last J Everard Crelghton has suspended hie duties as telegrapher on tbe C S and Is quite sick at his home Hago ay contInues HI ot fever also lit tie Miss Elite Webb Miss Bella John fcoo will leave soon for an extended 1vldt to relatives in tbo Northern part Stated CHURCH MATTERS Elder B J Pinkerton will preach at Balis Gap church Sunday morning YoungPeoplecairo thetchurch In Garrard this month Tbe Silas Baptist church near Jack celebrateehas tendered his resignation as pastor of the Harrods tomLocal lawyers of Blufftoo Ind have upbeldtho remains of exCongressman Martin censuring him A K Suddutb a leading Memphis dentist Is dead of typhoid fever hay log refused medical attention and reo lied upon Christian Science His wife Is critically lit for a like reason Rev J W Haglns subject Sunday morning Is Wo aro Debtors He will preach at the Union services which will be hold at the Baptist church Sunday night on The Power of tbe Catholic Cburch II Sale of Personalty August 23 JlhDTjUDfordend cairn ale two young horse 3 sad 8 rears blactamllhloola madknownpromptly at oclock J P AuctrW PUBLIC SALE On Saturday July SJth At Stanford Female College auctionheret stoves chain tables rockers bedroom willbegta MONEY f moneylonnedJ OWSLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply MONEY TO LOAN turns of one thousand dolUrs and over 01on forma only at 5 per cent Lodg time and easy payments W A TltlBllLK 3m Stanford Ky w HustoiiYille FarNext Week July 31 Aug 1 and 2 iiarrodsburgfirstwinner J5 to loser Game culled after programme of fair is carried out W D HOcker Secy Kentucky iSIap1eGroceries Stoves Woodenware Chinaware RefrigeratorsIce Freezers Call and our OperaHouse carrythe New Columbian Stoves and full line of and and JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Cettle eftte t1o again we Have decided to give you A TWOWEEKS CUT PRIG SALE On strictly high class shoes the product of such builders ad Ilannn Son and Hel mut betterfewterns We need money to meet our tall bill now coming in and offer this goodfor 498HananHelmers Bettmans 5 Patent calf 348 398Helmers325IGlazeKidHelmers Bettmans 350 Vallour Calf at 275 JOHN P JONES Stanford im m I Before The Invoice Which takes place Aug we i will offer some rare bargains i in all departments especially 11in Summer Goods Our stock of thin goods is still complete c and you will find some splen did values in these See the reduction in price on our shoes and Oxfords If you contem plate buying anything in sum mer dry goods or shoes let us show you savers ISeverance Sons ls B n UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES I The Largest an est Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Wo Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price from 5oo- TO 50000 We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Tinwau Hardware Glassware Coolers see other Stoves Lime Cement Once sacrifice at our Our vehicles were bought for cash In car lots and we eell on a smaller margin than any house in Central LlncojnCounty ly Invited to took our stock over Bruce S Bright DanVilli r r r 3 L b THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the post oljtee at Stanford at teoond class matter hibltshaTnoSapSss sad Sz1Qc- oi PER YEAR CASH M then not lODttdmaOO v111 be charged A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OffleOTf UcBobtrta Drnj Store In the Owtley nnUd- lagMcKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop Motansyw Kv Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Bran Chick en Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Cus tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Executors Notice I r The creditors of D W Vandeveer decd are uerebuy notified to present their claims against said estate by kept I 1901 duly proven al required by law All persons t owing said estate nro requested to settle 9th da of July 1001 JfAUTIIA VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLED DANVILLE KENTUCKY IfHorses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Qmce over Higgins do McKlnneya Stor Telephone No 43 Its Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kvt Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call BEAZLEY if HAYS VNDEBT9 EEBS DZALW FurntureUattinJsRugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G McGbMY i t7NDE11T AltER Manufacturer and Dealearln UAnNESS SADDLEBY O Stanford Ky j nigh Bridge CAMP MEETING JULY 20TH TO 28TH 1901 a SUNDAY RATES AndSpeclal Train from Junction City and Dan rills July 21 and 23 KMLKOAD TICKETS INCLUCK ADMISSION TO CAMPGROUNDS J3T3ee Ticket Agents for pvrticulars W 0 RINKAHBON Q P A Cincinnati aII ERDILLEHAYDAITVILLE Manufacturer of E3RICKiAnd Lime Cement c o Write For Prl- ceaPRUITTBROSa MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery TO PROPERTY OWNERS- For fair and liberal adjustments of losecs I recommend to all property owners of On lev and adjoInIng counties Tho Home Insurance Company of New York represented by Jesse Stanford iy On May 17 I insured my property In thoabcvo corn piny and lost my property by lire June 18 for which the company settled with mo promptly and liberally RespectfullyOEO IS DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 10 only Eyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted OClcoliours 9 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnoriimoK Ideslre to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind log and that I wIll at all times furnish tbt best of Flour Moal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to gIve you thA best results Dont forget me but bear Iu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Iror Ors Slain Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will be In Danrille Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tueslayi Thnndayi and Sat urdaya- Offlc in the Pennlngton nulldlng StantordOI ace hours to 12 it to PII r OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still Of KirMTllle Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy tnd Physiology for IU re rubbin- gnouraialopeaUonandclalms blot super Oitcopatby Tlrva span u a machine ofao many IU la adjustment When all parts- areproperlyadluded aodnot overworked health la tue reeult- Some or dlieaiea treated ui Nervous Prostration Ueadarbee Keuraliia Rheumatism Caurrb Weak Eye Granulated Lids Goitre Heart Urer and Lung Dlaeaee Constipation Enlarged Proittate aU achsodinlrstlnaf troubles Diseases ol Bonet sad Jlnti Spinal Currat urea Dhlocatlon StlffJolnta Paralyila Incontinence of Urine Locomolor AUx la Feuial Diseases a specialty ConiulUUon sYeeFIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CtplUlSto 50000 Surplus 110000- Thlt initltutlon originally established u the De posit Bank of Stanford In thou reorganized si hs Kttlonal Bank ofSUniord In 1861 andagsil irganlzed u the First National Bank ol Stanford n hai had practically annnlnterruptadezlit nc for41 yeari It it better supplied now will cllltlei for tranuctlng bualaoaa promptly and ally than erer before IU long and bonoiab career Account oi Individuals Bduclarlei and Indlrlduali solicited DIKBCTOia F BeldLlncoln Caj JV Hayden Stanfo S T Uarrla SII Banghmsn J S RakerS TPU11- 1fF Walton W A Trlbbii e J CollierCrab Orchd Ju Itoblnion Hubble DEltnore Stanford OFrl- CJt HocVer President J J UcRoberU Cashier Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 100000- ncceuor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under tame management kou ly for 81 Years Solicits Your Bank Account Eloping such mntaalyDin CTORSI- J fl Piston J IJA W Carpenter rW II Cummins J E LynnS Bbaaka J P Oath J B Owilty OFFICERS TH Shanks Pretldentjl J U IhlerW ANt Cash 4 i TRUTH Tho power of truth is manifest even iu the storms of error that sometimes sweep over individuals und communi ties There is a natural affinity in the mind for truth It is that harmonize ing influence for which the inmost nature of man ever seeks It is the natural law adjustment the balance mnohinclj1heof differences The solution of lifoa problems The standard of character and compass ofrighteous ness The measure of all duties be tween man nudmall Tho anchor of the hone the true code of morals and the only just platform of political parties It is tho lighthouse of loon fusion the authority of law and tho polar star of statesmanship Truth stands lack of nil that line n right to be it stands beneath all ust govern ment cud is the commission of all just authority Every movement out side of its domain is a trespass anti every institution outside of its author ity is false nUll spurious It is eternal mild unchangeable Its jurisdiction is established from the foundation of the world and its lines are established by the unerring certainty of the allwiso Creator Within the empire of truth in harmony with its statutes and its precepts man possesses his rightful inheritances the highest degree of happiness progress and development to which he can possibly attain It is the only true guide to the home the community tim church and the ballot It is the nmgna charters of American citizenship and in every respect tho chart and compass of life It is tho only just warrant for party alliance and for party affiliation DOES IT PAY TO BUY CUBA A cheap remedy for couThs and cplds is all right bur you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you dot Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case lake the only remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Buschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy exrwc toratlon gives a good nights rest suit cures the Try one bottle tree druggistsInnac For gale at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Several suspension rods of the Brooklyn bridge were found to be broken The bridge was closed to the tradlo un til an investigation wee made The breakage IP not serious and Is supposed to have been duo to expansion from the beat RAND EXCURSION RATes SMALL SILLS WRITL IOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG tIf Womans Ways Smilo n little Binilo n little As you g along Not alone when lifo is pleasant But when things go wrong Care delights to ECO you frowning Loves to hear you cry Turn n smiling fuco upon her Quick the dnmo wilt fly Smilo n little smile n little All along tho road Every life must have its burden Every heart its load Why sit down in gloom rind darkness With your grief to hull As you rink Mites bitter tonic Smile across the cup Smile upon tune troubled pilgrims Whom you pass and mcqt Frowns are thorns and smiles are blossoms Oft for wcnry feet Do not make the way seem harder By a sullen urea Smilo a little smile n little Brighten up tho place Smile upon your undone labor Not for one who grieves Oer his task waits wealth or glory He who smiles achieves Though your meet with loss and sorrow In the passing years Smile n little smile n little Even through your tears Ella Wheeler Wilcox What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They Ira easy to take and pleasant in elect For sale by Craig Hocker Druggist If Mark Twain rlgbt when ho saidtilL Is your human environment that makes climate there must be some warm babies in this immediate vicinity Louisville Times There are 005 companies operating electric cable and horse railways In the United States The wtal of single track Is lIven at 20142 mite and the total number of cars Is 02018 The aggregate of stock for 1000 Is 1000100460 an increase over the previous yeas of 975183603 The bonded debt of all roads for 1000 was 300818673 an Increase over the prey ious year of 133555202 ITATX or Ohio CITY or TOLEDO tas COUKTT FRANK J CHKXKY mikes oath that he Ii the lbddoingState aforwaH and pay muofONK IILMUKI UOLLAKS for each mud terry rate ol Catarrh that cannot be cured by the UM of HALLS J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in myna ence this 6th day of December taM Seall A W OLKASOX Public Ualla Catarrh Cure la taken Intemal1IDd arts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free F JCHKXfcY W Toledo 0 Sold by drug lets Tic UaHi Family are the beat C Zr GOVERJThe Undertader and Embalmer Danville Kentucky We have just received a tqulppedforOUR BEIAJBJAG DEIABtMENt Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol tering fie reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Mr Cover is president and Mr Nichols secrets of the Boyle and Lincoln Count Burial Alsoclat of which id to provide for the funeral expenses of it members and are the IUIsociatllnlI undertaker J S Goode Ie the agent for Lincoln County Phone 175 New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find I verytling Perfectly Ffesl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourpatronage will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andtee us WIW SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street J plin6cfefh lJ kJifpt I I August 1213141516and 17 9 111 S3QOOO URSE REMIUM 30000G TFOR t a NOIILE tt 6RAHD CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 cK ANo eHlBITDIVE sr ART 50000 A VURW3SS 50000INCLUDING AND THE MOST II UPER8II ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised forth ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND J RAILROADS sac h mileage ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN leoy LEXINGTON KY Jc The Danville pair el 1t1 Both1 1v1 8th and nth Rings for almost everything and Liberal Premiums on all h WRITE FOR CATALOGUE H C BRIGHT Secretary GEO F ANDERSON Pres For Good Goods f4l i AT Low Prices of II Call on George H Farris Cot co TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains A C SINEICONTRACTOR ft BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors SashaBlinds Metal Roofingi Rough laud DressedtLumber Lath Shingles Etc- IJ will duplicate anyprices offered w Ne aREA T CLOSING OUT SALE AT The Racket Store Stanford KyAt 60 cents on thin dollar Is an opportunity of a life time to blly everything at nbto lutely half prlco Now L your time to buy 13 fl J3 10 17 SO tlU and 11280 and 115 men n suits at boo oil the dollar All of these suits are well tailored and In tho latest styles We offer no balls to lure the public offer Fair Honest Goods at Half Price We also offer o entire stock of dry goolsl notions ladles and goats furnishings shoes hate cape trunks and valises at 60c on tho dollar Come and see for yourself as there Is nothing reserved u every dollars worth of sprint and summer goods must gu by Aug J 1001 Itltheltllrlcu paid for all kinds of country produce TIIE STANFORD FOR SALE House and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagon Iff REAM SODA f Pure Jersey Crean and Finest FruitIFlavors at PENNYSDRUG P1BlESCIIPTIOKS Receive the most careful attention and fire 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