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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 30 1901 9 A M NO 44 NEWS NOTES The now batllcthlp Maine was launched at Cramps Philadelphia ship yardBerry holism of Madison Ind killed bis son accidentally while vu hunting Tho Seventh National Bank of Now caplIh Five hundred toeurgente the flrst to give up In that section surrendered on lbo Island 6f Samar An ofllclal report by the attorney general of Indiana cxpoica the doings of the Insanity trust At a society affair at Atlantic City etf gold pieces wore distributed among ttho guests as fcouvcnlra Two men were killed and two badly hurt In a wreck on the Southern rail way near Marshall N C The men who superintended tb building of the Eddyvlllo penitentiary have at last gotten 93000 apiece The Imports of the United Slates for bo year ending Juno 80 wore 922073 CIO Tbo exports wero 91487765657 The lottery by which tho 13000 homestead claims In Oklahoma will be distributed began yesterday In El Reno Tom Hamby was found dead on the I C railroad track near Haley and It e Ivlleved be was murdered aid hlabod placed on the track A special term of the circuit court hat been called for Aug 7 at Whites burg to try the men charged with tbo murder of Mrs Hall v At a public execution of a Negro ray Caber bt Little Rock Ark Negro w men became so excited they rolled on the grow In a frenzy y Lloyd Tevls Brccklnrldgb grandson of the late Vice President Brcckln rldga and Lloyd Tovls committed sup tide at San Francisco The total number of home seekers that haver registered at El Reno nd Law Oklahoma Is 107006 Friday 4u the lastday ot registration Fire which originated In tbo Park Gardner building at Irvine nearly wiped out the town of Irvine Ton business houses wero consumed Major Thomas Jones a bardwar- dealer of Paducah died as tbo result of an amputation of tbo right toe ne ceultated on account of bunions v William A Motcalfo aged 62 years for 31 years a member of the Oro de- partmentI died at Lexington after a tong illness of acute Bright disease Joseph Rutherford of East Hick roan who for 60 years was prominent In democratic politics and was nt ono time sheriff of Jciiamlno county Is ead Tho British routed the Mad Mull- aJity 17 Seventy of the ArabIan wer killed and tbo British suffered a lots 12 mon and ono officer killed and wen wounded Kentucky ranks fourth in Internal revenue collections for the recent fi cal year The collections amount to 125 18130560 Louisville takes firth place among thu districts with collection of 91382007039 Admiral Genera who commanded tho Spanish fleet in tho battle of Santiago says there Is no room for criti clam of Rear Admiral Schleys actio- In that engagement Tho Spanish olll cor says the Brooklyn was always with In range of his fleet There arc about 75000 oil wells In the United States exclusive of tho In the Beaumont district with an apt proximate dally production of 160000 barrels A dozen wells In the now Beaumont district are producing morei than all the other wells In the combinedId following an explosion at the BadgloyOraham Companys pho tograph supply house Louisville Max Bolovltch lAud Patrolman James Pur door were killed They had entered the building to rescue a young woman supposed to bo Imprisoned In thet burning building Four fireman wero InjuredcThe railroad commission through Secretary Hubbard elated a contract for tbo making of a now railroad map of Kentucky The map will show ev ery lino of railroad In the State and t the stations thereon Five thousand copies of the map will bo printed and they will bo distributed by the commls slon folded with the annual report According to the report of B W Snow statistician or the Chicago Board of Trade the present drouth Is the most severe In the history of American agriculture and there Is lit tie prospect for general relief lu the stricken area He regards the contin ued dry weather as almost attaining the protections ot a National disaster The strike of tbo steel and tin works era of the Amalgamated against the United States Steel Corporation may be settled this week Tho conference held Saturday In New York between President Shaffer and Secre It tary Williams of the Association and the representatives of the Steel Trust in has paved the way for a renewal of ne between the conflicting In Maj T T Jones perhaps the oldest traveling man In Kentucky is dead at Paducah Julius H and Junlus N Benham twins of Bridgeport Conn have just birthdayt an ailed couple of Greenup county wore bound gagged and robbed of a largo sum of money by masked roan Newt from the great corn belt of the Southwest indicates that the 40 doge drouth has at last been broken Copious showers have fallen In nearly all port tlonl of the stricken section and moro rain Is predicted The late crops will receive the greatest bspeflt With tbo break In Ao drouth has como a general drop In temperature and a consequent decrease In the number of deaths and prostrations LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Trayloyr Seven sows and 31 pigs for sale Mark paella Stanford Twcntyflvo good hogs for sale M J Murphy Klngsvllle Ky Henry and Dan Holklns sold 100 bogs a few days ago at 6 jo Pantagrapb Store your wheat with Morris Fred at the Farmers Roller Mills Stanford killedga to Col T P Hill The farms In the neighborhood of Brownsville Tenn are being devastate cd by grasshoppers Pence L Ponce pare shipped to foowhich they to O P UutTmao bought of David Pep plan a bunch of extra oleo heifers at llc and of Mr Sutton a hooch of soma at So The world trotting record was broken by Creecous rho stallion made the mile In 2021 at the Cleveland trackAdrian Wilkes sire of Roy Wilkes ind 63 other famous trotters with record ot 230 or better died at Waterloo la aged 2L I waist to buy your wheat and willI foreIt See mo before you sell D Car penter Husionvllle Sumner county Kansas claims to have the biggest yield of wheat In that State One field threshed out an aver ego of 631 bushels George Pulliam sold a car load of hogs to JC Jobnstone a 6io E W thetacre on acres of Advocate C Alexander Jr shipped his crop of 8000 bushels of wheat from Hutchi theij for J Sfms Wilson of Paris sold to Mr Smatbcrs ot Now York his flea trot ting mare Iva Dec for 111000 cash and returns all thu entrance rees that have been paid making the price 813 000 The highest prices ever paid for wheat were In May 1S67 It reached 82 85 per bushel In June ISOi 8220 In July 1803 82 20 In September 1883 as lowestnwas 481 cents In January 1805 At the sale of W P Bur ID1l per sonalty near Burgln Shorthorns brought from 850 to 8186 Col Dan L 160eR E Goddard four at from to Walter Rode seven at from 8S7to8161 Judge Hughes paid 876 for a heifer Buyers were present from Ohio Lex nglon Louisville and other polntsbut were out bid by local buyers Cheap Rates to New York via the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry On August 3rd to 7th Inclusive and August 24 to 23 Inclusive the Merchants Associa flea rates of ono and onethird faro on tho certificate plan will bo In effect on he C fe O The round trip rate on this basis from Lexington and Win wilt bo 834 60 and tickets will be good to stop over at Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia and good returning 30 days from date of sale The C t O Is the only line from Lex ington with double dally sleeper and dining car service to Now pork and sleeperberthsW Barney dlv pass agt Lexington Iy THE BEST REMEDY FOR STOMACH AND BOWKL TROUBLES 11 have been In the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of iho proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy for all- tomach and bowel troubles says O W Wakefleld of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbua In my family and I have recom mended and sold hundreds of bottles of to my customers to their entire satis faction It affords a quick and sure cure a pleasant form No family should be without It It is kept In my house at all For solo by Oralg A Rocker Official Report of tho Republi can Senatorial Committee Mooting The republican Senatorial committee of the 18th Senatorial District of Ken tucky composed of the coutltlce of Boyle Casey Garrard and Lincoln met at Stanford on Saturday July 27th pursuant of the call of the chairman of said district committee Casey being represented by J W Polly chairman and J D Owens secretary of tho re publican county committee Garrard by D R Collier chairman and W H Collier secretary of the republican county committee Lincoln by Geo M Davlson chairman and John Ellis secretary of the republican county committee and Doyle by proxy Upon motion George M Davteon and John Ellis were elected permanent chairman aqd secretary The following resolu Clone wero unanimously adopted Resolved let That a delegated con vention Is hereby called to meet in Danville Ky on Saturday Aug 17 1001 at 1 oclock 1 M to nominate a republican candidate for Senator in tb 18th Senatorial District ot Kentucky to be voted for at the regular November election 1001 and the delegates to said convention shall bo selected by wall meeting of tbo republican voters to be held at the county seat of the various counties composing of said district on Saturday Aug 10 1901 at 2 oclock p M 2 Tho basis of representation to one delegate for each 100 votes nnd fraction over CO cast for Wm McKIn 1000rBoyle county entitled to 10 votes Gar rard 16 Casey 18 and Lincoln 19 votes In said convention 3 The chairmen of the various coup ties are directed to promptly Issue call for said county mass meeting Upon motion the meeting adjourned GEO M DAVISON Cbmn Join ELLIS Sccy IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Norris Harvey was arrested af Val lay View charged with assaulting his sUlcrlnaw Chester Wllkcrson a Laurel county boy accidentally killed his sister while ho was playing with a rifle Jacob Cumley aged 60 a former cit izen of Garrard county died suddenly near Greensburg Ind from beat The remains will be brought homo for in termentBurglars brokn Into the store of Wil liam Seay at Atoka and appropriated seven or eight dollars from tbopon ofllco money box Several shirts another small articles are also mluln from the store A Cumberland Ohio train struck the buggy occupied by P S Purdy ono of the oldest and bestknown farm ere In Marlon county and seriously in jured him The accident occurred near Lebanon Junction City has within her limits a number of remarkably old citizens Mrs Mahala McGlnnls Is 09 and fre quently walks to Danville and back homo the same day Her grandson In formed the Advocate that Mrs McGin nIl had occasion to visit Danvllla re cently and In order to save train faro and to take the exercise walked and somewhere on the way lust her pocket boot containing all her money Mr Yates Is another old citizen being In tbo 95th year of his ago Capt Ben McGraw father Is J 2 Mr James Van diner 74 Mr Jarboe 74 and Mr Ed Clarkson 78 Advocate A Danville dispatch says M O Turpln associated with the Freeman Furniture Company of this city drop ped into Hick Woods blind tlgar onI Lebanon street the other night tor get a glass of beer As he was leaving the promises a full size brick came whiz zing through the air and struck Tur pin on tho bead cutting his left car off and knocking him senseless After regaining consclouaueei ho reported the matter at police headquarters and ORIceru Helm and Cox raided the dlvo and arrested Wood and another Negro who were fined on the charge of selling liquor Illegally No clue to the party who waylaid Turpin has been found but the otllcers are working on the case The victim of the brick is still suffering severe pain wFajt- Iiuetosvlllo Dates Jul 313 doge Cynthlona July 314 days Danville Aug 04 days Madlsonvllle Aug 65 days Lexington Aug 12U days Liberty Aug B3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 2oJ days Columbia Aug201 days Brodbead Aug 213 daYIiI Sheluyvllle Aug 271 days t Mlddlesboro Aug 293 days Bardstown Sep 36 days Russell Springs Sep 34 days Ellzabothtown ep10i days Bowling Green Sep lfi5 days Springfield Sep 1l4 days Glasgow Sep 184 days Louisville Interstate Fair Sep 23 12 days M O UEVNOLDS Democratic nominee fur areeeeor Is an other Southern End of Lincoln man who Ia runner fronTaway back Theo fact that he beat such a good field of sprinters for the nomination Will scare off opPosition from the enemy but that matters very little for he can beat the beet of them and give them several valets in the game As deputy sheriff for several years Mr Reynolds wade an excellent olllcer and that be will make just as good a one us assessor we have highcImplies there Is not a more popular citizen In Lincoln county than Dud Reynolds and hie friends will show their good feeling for him by rallying to his support In the November elec ton He has done good work for the precinctaIs a power there His majority there In March last was 152 which shows to some extent bow Mr Rftynolds stands whore he Is beet known LANCASTER theMasonsary preparations bad been made to wasbutdancers to show much enthusiasm orGarrard Jnwill convene at tbo same place Aug 12 to 10 Instructor C M Reynolds Pdwas lo burial Saturday gMrs Gray Is a daughter of Mr Dlshon Ahostparents their sincere sympathy studeDtsState College was held at the olllce of superlntendentpetitive and only students between the ages of 14 and 24 were eligible Our leading business men here think wo are now sure of the Southern Ran way Extension passing along the route now under consideration and which runs Just South of town The surveyors have moved their camps further to the Southeast where they are still hard at work If we do get this road and elect a full democratic ticket which Is also almost a certainty we should be very thankful Miss Hersbberger of Plttsburg Is the guest or Miss Willie Belle Burn side Robert Elkin It recuperating at Dripping Springs Rev W p Walden Is quite sick Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn are at Dripping Springs Mlsfees DelleDenoyMiss Katye Leo Denny daughtter Of Mr James N Denny Mr and Mrs Henry Arnold of Winchester and Miss Kate Arnold of Hyattsvllle visi ted Miss Fannie Austin last week CURE FPK clIOLEKA INFANTUM NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL During last may an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cbolero In fautum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used ao cudlng to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered TbD child IS now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known It to fall Mrs Curtis byUralgS p Senator Wellington of Maryland charges tbat the administration is responsible for the attacks on Rear Ad mlral Schloy and that It does not want him vindicated Ho further says there will be no congressional investigation A lame shoulder is usually caued br rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Ike Straws The fliiig I j If you need a straw hat you can have one for cost at THE GLOBE IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEw Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co i At Your Own Price Ladies and Childrens Slippers and Gents Straw Hats Only ilfcw left but if they suit you the price will not split the trade Look at them 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 Rye fcc at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford SUPERIORDISC HARROW UIILOt HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford College of KentuckyThe Agrlculluralaod Mechanical State College College of Kentucky otTtrs the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticu turn Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil degreelodegree Each course of study is organized underfc separate faculty Tho general faculty numbers more than thirty professors and instructors dormlloryfuelThe laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women end a drill ball and gymnasium has been provided for men Military tactics and science are lully provided for as required by Con press rosltlO1I1ability f the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620 Nor catalogues method of obtaining appointmen regarding courses of study and trms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON b DLL D President Fall term begins September I 1901 LEXINGTON Kv r t J a11D THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Democratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Representative M F NORTH t For CouAty Judge rJMJ P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER r For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Gherif M S BAUGHMAN For Attetsor- i M G REYNOLDS For Jailer W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON tY2d District subject to the will of the democracy MR BRYAN doesnt belong to the tin horn brigade but the following from his Commoner shows that be IB not averse to blowing his own horn just a little It was very gratifying to meet In every State visited on my recent r trip readers ot The Commoner and to learn from them that the paper Is giv ing satisfaction As bas been said be fore the paper does not attempt to give all the general news but It does intend to keep its readers Informed nit to 1m portent political events and to supply them with arguments which will enable them to defend democratic principles and policies There are In every community those who do their own think log and who fortify themselves to discuss political issues as they arise To suchno matter to wbat party they be long The Commoner will be useful IT Is mighty hard for ExGov Brad ley to keep out of politics Ha said be was going to Louisville for the sole purpose of practicing law but the fol lowing will show that ho Is already dabbling in the political pot Former Gov Bradley advised Mr James F Grlnstead not to accept the republican nomination for mayor Mr Bradley aye no honest man could accept the nomination and that the republicans in Louisville can not win until Collector Sapps present power Is taken from him THE dispatches say tbav Gov Dur bin of Indiana honored a requisition Jrom Gov Beckham for two murderers wbo had fled to that State Too die patch doesnt add that the requisitions were for Taylor and Finley but the democracy and decency of Kentucky would have been gratified to nave read such a statement and at the same time know there was no doubt about the truthfulness of it- Bo0KER11EED went on the war path r at Louisville Saturday and got a head put on him by John Boro a Sapp supporter Tho worst feature of the mat ter Is that afterwards when Reed ca vorted around the streets with a pistol pretending to be on the hunt for Boro the police whom he defied failed to arrest him He Is president of the board of aldermen and a law unto him selfSENATOnMCLAURINof South Caro lina has very justly beeu ruled out of the democratic party of that Stato be cause he misrepresents his constituen cy by affiliating with and voting for the measures of the republicans The State democratic executive committee took such action and demanded that McLaurin tender his resignation Im mediately GRINSTEAD nominated by the Sapp primary In Louisville declines to ac cept it and says ho will not be a candi date before the delegate convention called by the same authority which has declared the primary off The rads are in a hades of a fix In Louisville as well as elsewhere THE old maids of Mercer county Pa have published statistics showing that married men live five to 15 years long er than single men This may or may not be true but we rather incline to the explanation of the minstrel who said They dont live longer It flat seems longer POLITICAL h Allen E Smith was elected secretary of the State election commission at the meeting held in Frankfort In the electoral college of 1004 there will be 46 members or 15 more than constituted the college In 1000 The collections on account of the war revenue act during the period from Juno 13 1803 to June 30 1001 amount ed to 8318100501 Gov Durbln of Indiana will order the State Board of Charities to make o an investigation of tho Marlon county Insanity Trust y A womans suffrage resolution was Introduced In the Virginia Constitu tional Convention George D Herron of Grinnell la was elected temporary chalrmanby tho Socialist convention at Indianapolis Hon Gerald T Finn of Franklin Is looming up on the horizon as one of theI probabilities as the successor to t lato Judge I H Goodnight- EdltorCollector Sam Roberts has fired another broadside at CollectorI Chairman Sapp and has gone ou ment Canton to attempt another Hank mov toI The South Carolina Democratic State Executive Committee aI resolution reading Senator out of tho democratic party McLaurinf Tillman supported the Chief Justice Leander J the Indiana supremo court Is said to have been chosen by Senator Fairbanks to succeed the lato Judge Woods on tbo Unwed Mates circuit bench for tho dis- trIct composed of Indiana Illinois aDdI WisconsinCapt N Bentley proved himself a wise man when ho failed to put up his money and enter the primary The re publicans of this county would not have nominated him and his efforts for the place would havo been useless Mt Vernon Signal Tho cuatom house Inspectors claim they have not received offlclal notifica lion of the existence of free trade be tween this country and Porto Rico and they confiscated cigars and cigarettes belonging to passengers who arrived at Brooklyn from San Juan on the steamship Ponce Editor E 0 Walton has done the handsome thing by the nominees on the democratic ticket by publishing a nice writeup along with a good likeness of each of tho candidates This Is certainly nice in Bro Walton and Is doubtless appreciated by tbo nominees Danville News Five hundred republicans met at Muslo Hall Louisville Friday night to denounce Charles E Sapp and to protest against the primary of July 10 P Booker Reed presided and mado tbo first of a series of strong speeches Three sets of resolutions against oapp and all his works were adopted An effort may be made to have the next Legislature amend the laws goy erning the charitable Institutions of the State In order to place them under the management of a paid commission composed of three or five members In stead of being under the various boards ot commissioners who are now In control of these Institutions ADDITIONNALLOOAL Go TO Jones for shoes this week and save good money ONE large sized white enameled refrigerator at cost Higgins Me Kinney COOlS are as scarce in Stanford aa bens teeth and many families have gone to boarding on account of their inability to secure them AN ERROR In the announcement In our last Issue of the sale of the late J T OHalr the date should have been Saturday August 17th instead of the 23- dTIIANKsE A Chllton secretary of tho Laurel County Fair has our thanks for a comp to its exhibition which begins Sept 11 and continues three days TUB Lt Severance Powet 20 will bold their annual reunion at Wood stock Aug 17 A good list of speak ers are promised and a general good time may be expected by all who at tend REMEMBER the Danville fair next week Go the first day and youll go the balance The attractions there this year excel nay ever offered outside of the cities Write to Secretary H C Bright for a catalogue R A GOOD of Lexington writes that our Mlddleburg correspondent Clarence Coleman is mistaken about tho present drouth in Casey being the worst In the recollection of tho oldest inhabitants He says that In 1872 It did not rain from July 4 to Sept 1 when It must hare been much dryer than now THIS AND THAT A French railroad has bought American locomotives O P Huffman sold to Sweeney Mora 20 big hogs at 520 Miss Lucy Duncan died suddenly on a street car at Lexington The prlco of potatoes at Cincinnati has jumped to 13 50 per barrel Sweeney Morgan bought of Mark Hirdln a of fat shoals at Co Joseph Embry a boy stabbed Virgil Cummins perhaps fatally at Paris William D Aydolott a citizen of Sunrise Tenn was gored to death by a bull Minnie Pacben a rider connected with a Wild West show died of heat at Paducah J Carroll Bailey will have only two horses at the Hustonvllle lair but both of them are breadwinners One hundred thousand visitors are In Roma on a pilgrimage to the tomb of King Humbert who was assassinated a year ago Allen Kenny Richard Cobb George Pulllam and Thomas Metcalf who have bad lots of hogs stolen lately had Leek Logan colored arrested on the charge tho other day and he was held over to circuit court In 200 CHURCH MATTERS Elder Strotber Cook of Burgln will return to Africa as a missionary Rev W S Grlnstead delivering a Hard Times the Cause and IRevchurch Aug 5 Rev Adam Miller called the Father of German Methodism In America Is dead at Chicago IElder B J Pinkerton will preach at church at Crab Orchard Sttndav morning f Rev T B Terhuoe of Barbourvflle has been called by tho Central Presby terian church at Knoxvllle A missionary reports that all the Protestants arc vorklng harinonlpualv at Manila and throughout the Philip pines Bishop McCI aov of tho Catholic Diocese of Kentucky issued a request to all congregations In the State that prayers for rain be said Rev Fred D Hale pastor of the 3rd Baptist church In Owcnsbnro bar re stoned to accept a call to Bales Chapel Baptist church In Kansas City Eld J Q Montgomerys meeting at thoTurnersvllle church continues to grow in interest There have been several additions and it Is probable that the meeting will go on through the weekRev G W Perryman of the Pa- ducah First Baptist church Is tho first preacher to come out In favor of the shirt waist Be will not wear one himself but Invites all the men of his con greeatlonto wear them The Hope Rescue Mission has bought the old Brown Hotel building on Jefferson Street near Eighth Louisville from the Fidelity Trust and Safety Vault Company It will be properly equipped and tho work will be pushed The South Baptist District Associa lion will hold Its 00th annual confer ence at the Doctors Fork church near Perryvllle August 20 and 21 Four counties are comprised in tbo district Lincoln Garrard Mercer and Boyle About 200 regular delegates will attend From Bryans Commoner The protracted drouth clearly show that some men never think of praying until they get Into trouble Salisbury and Chamberlain Insist that war In South Africa Is over but British agents are still scouring Mis sour for mules The steel trust should treat with the striking steel workers It might result In ending a drouth that threatens to dry up all the water in steel trust stocks Constant ReaderNo the republl ran party does not assume responsibil ity for the droutb it claims credit for every thing good but blames Provi dence for everything bad Let the democrats of Oblo vote the ticket and then begin the next day after the election to organize the Con gressional districts so that it will not be possible for a corporation democrat to secure a nomlnttton MATRIMONIAL M F Kldd aged 22 and Mist rankle Jane Griffiths 17 were mar rled at Nathan Singletons Sunday John Singleton aged 21 and Miss Nellie Cooley a widow ot 25 were made one at Nathan Singletons Fri dayNora Hahn member of a wealthy Ft Thomas family committed suicide because she was not allowed to marry a soldier lover Monroe M Osborne ot Harlan coun ty and Mrs Mahala Cold Iron of the East End were married Saturday Both had been married before Miss Ellen Lee oldest daughter of Fltzhugh Lee has married Lieut Jas C Rhea a young army officer from Iowaand they have gone to Cuba where Lieut Rheas regiment Is sta tioned Ho 9917 REPORT OF THE CONDITION orTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTOHVILLE AT HUSTONVILLE In the Slate of Kentucky at the dote of business July 15th feet- RESOURCES Loans and discounts 4119l4i 96 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 89 U S Bonds to secure circulation 12600 00 Banking House furniture and fixtures 2600 00 Due Irdto National Hanks qot Reserve Agents 13913 Due Iron Stats Banks and Hankers 216 73 Due from approved reserve agent 15071 M Checks and other cash Items 8166 Internal Revenue Stamps W n Notes of other National Banks 2 418 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and 78 centsM Lawful Money Reserve in BankvLxf Specie lt400 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer per cent of circulation CIS 00 Total 191323 ABILITIES Capital stock paid In JWWO 00 Suplus fund 21000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 2BD5 80 National Bank notes outstanding 12000 00 DUI to other National Dank ra 3433 01 Individual deposits subject to check 01179 33 Total 181523 I ikdotiolemolyswearihatihaboveostatement is true to the test of my J W Uoccsa Casble- rSubcrlbed and worn to betore me this lGt- bdyot July U W JlUIIN N P L C EDWARD Atcons H OBOWX niiecIOrl T J xtoaxsor J IILOWPl icIES r Are the great attraction at theflt The Louisville StoreAll Summer goods will be sold regardless of cost Come as early as you can These goods wont last long Do Suit of Clothes Pair f you need a nice Lawn Dress of Shoes Suit of Underwear Hat Carpet or Mat Y If so come qUick tOurLadles fine Sample Shoe and Oxford heel and spring hrol worth from 81 to 53 In lids sale SOc Ladle Sample Shots cud Oxford black and tAo worth 81 to 8150 In this sale 40o dens fine Shoes Lace and Congress tip and plain toe In this tale Use Infants Soft Solo ShOt nit colors In this sale 3C Ladle fine Kid Olovei worth 8130 and JJ cut to COc One lot nice Lawns real value Oftc cut to So Ladle floe Colored Underskirt made of flue Neanllkt worth from 750 to tlSJt In this tale 40c Tine White and Colored Finishing Ilrald Ie Ladles Linen Skirts nicely trimmed only a few left go at SUc One lot black figured Mohair and fancy Plaid Dreii Skirts worth IJ cut to 0 All other skirts cut In proportion Ladles you will never hero such a chance again to buy a dress klrt for much less money than the pool will coot you say nothing about the trimming and making All new Lawns IMmttlcs 8wls es 11juc and India Linen cold regardless of cat fatThe Louisville Store Only Store Stanford I Salinger Bros ProprietorsI NONE IUT GENUINE harvester Extras andhandle leering Futures but keep none but the genuine Unleos the name Dearingappears on them you may know they are not D S CARPENTER Iluitonvllle FengjbafiiaCollge for Womenl Fast End ntttlnirz Pa SJJ Court year bens Sept 17 tOuntflfibFor Information addreit REV CIUIME1U JUUTIV P J Im RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Id now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Js and the d grounds preaent a at peaiunce Uuests ttI be willing tention ttatci Adult IS per week dren under 12 years of age 3 50 hone 1350 per week For further information apply to W M VAUqilAN Painting Repairing p I am prepared to paint and repair your buggv carriage or wagon In flrit class Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle made- new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE 3 W BUSKS 3i S31I Prors JUNCTION CITY KY r Firstdata Turnout at Reasonable Rater Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMil8 U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything drat clase Porter moot all trains 89 GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Ceo Holmes otoro near the railroad on Ottcn helm plko for the purpose of giving you peorTlo tho worth of your money You will always find bargains at my tore I am selling second hand Clothing equal to now alto now Clothing and Gents Furnishing Good Fine Shoe IIntt Cap etc Hoping that you not forget to pat ronlzo mo promising fair treatment I give a invitation to visit tbe- CIncInnati Bargain Store Cull and see mo when you come to town v We will sell flour and meal from Morris Fred Farmers Roller Stanford at prIce It cold lit the Exchanlle CINCINNATI I1AUGAIN BTOIIE fr30Inrh wldo Bleached Cotton no star worth 7Kc1 In tilil Sc to Inch wide heavy Ilrown Sheeting worth sa lcr Ie Inch Percale several different pat tern to select from fully worth SUe cutrtto So Pleat Amoikrng Apron Gingham cut to 5ft Oood Trarl Muttons worth cut to 5c SOc CorseU cut to SOc Ladle one ShlrtwaliU well made and elegantly trimmed only SOc fnl One Dress Shirts 3 collars worth II cut to lOciMens Linen Suit a few left worth k til to cloeWlhellt Ota Mens ilalbrlggau UnMenhlrt worth 230 cut to lie dens Fishnet UndcnhlrU the very to keep you cool in his sale Sic thlllgI f Boys Kotopant Suits all ilies worth 8150 cut to OSc Mens blut and blank Oiay Worsted BulteInever sold for leas than 17 git at 139 We are solo agents for the celebrated If John It Stetson fine Hats We are aget tor the celebrated Uuo- laTrouUIOC for every button that oataei off r neat N Y Calumet Oottonitdei worthtlie a yard told In tills sale at IOe the in style Mlllii r Buy a New Pair of Douglas Sh esfThey are the lest In the worldf3oo and 5oore Douglas shoes are guaranteed to equal any 1500 and 1000 shoo made Save money by buying Douglas Shoes We have all of the new lasts and leathers Cummins MoOlar I Here We Are Again i SCRIP Our Mid Summer Clearance Sale begins July lit Every line embracing UiflItU1e dipets Wall Paper Rugs tl Mattings Shades I Picture Frames Sewing Machines Oi Ran etc H6 offer Rpeclai Inducements In the way of- I r For every dollar you epfcud with me I give you a coupon which Is worth flee cents nad for every dime you spend me I give you a REBATE STAMP with which youufdraw premiums We are after the trade of that wide fake people people who know black white people whp know furniture from cord wood people who appreciate fromtopportunity to buy goods of a merchant who has one price and that a low price Our large wagon will start through the country Julv 1st show you people what bargains we have In store for you t W W r Withers Stanfod J t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 30 1001 ITnythe Judo Taft cigar for a smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work is unsurpass PennY1DruPERSONALS t JESSE F CooK Esq of Lexlncton is over to sea hIs bomefolks Y MR J MORTIMER ADAMS of Crab Orchard paid this olHco a call t boforMRS U 0 RUlLRY returned ycaterlog J day from a visit to relatives in M1S8K3 CLAUDIA AND MAUD CARTER BlMasstts RoMRSgrdaughtery Mlllcrtbur Miss AGNES ANUIIKWS of Seymour lad is with the Mlsios Alcorn at UuswovlllonaJAMES Come wrltns from Nash villa tbat bo will be at the Uustonvillo fair Thursday v MR AND MRS S P STAUO aro vis Itlnjr Mr and Mrs Charles Bobon in the Weillnd MRS JOHN KCYER and children o Louisville arc visiting the family o Mr J U tout Miss MARY OAlUENTEii of Huston vllle spent a portion of last week with 4 friends at Paris MR AND MRS W U POWELL have returned from a visit to friends In LIn- eal o Advocate MCSDAMFSU W PllYB and J J Allen of tbo West End wore bore shopping vcstcrdty- MlfistaMAYiiE PICKELS and Sue guceoft MRs S U WALKER and Mrs Eo 1 Houston of Louisville aro visiting tMRSMIIEVERY thing Is ready for the fair 4 bald D U Skinner who was hero from Huitonvlllo yesterday ELD GEOIIQK GOWAN of Louis tbofto see his aunt Mrs Mai Park who Is critically III MISSES MATTIE THOKNE of Mille- rI burg and Fannie Doty of Lancaster are with Mrs Lewis Doty l E C CostlY of Junction City here yesterday and placcdus under additional obligations for courtesies ex tended MRS W P WALTON William Jr i and Owilcv aro spending a tow weeks with the husband and father at Har V rodeburgaMRS HARMON STITT of Millers f burg and Mine Annie Evans Bright of Danville are guests of Mr Annie Englcmao Stanrordlvlllo News CAIT DEN D McGRAA has round out hla 20th year with the Q k C t is one of the most popular cosducw- on the road- LITTLE MISS MARY DENTON of Danville who has been with Mrs T Mi PennIngton went up to Crab Orch ard Springs Saturday Miss CATHERINE DAUGHMAN enter tamed a few friends Friday evening In honor of Misses Ann Bennett and 011 RichmondI RODINSON of t Garrard spent last night with loU Sarah Daugbman Shu was on her w t to tbo Hustonvlllo fair MR JC JONES Is down from Pino brothersIname on monument n their lot at the cemetery MRS J D STOFER of Richmond Mrs J J Carson of Oklahoma and Mrs Mary Cornellson of Louisville are guests of Mrs J K Vanaredale MR J O McCLARY returned Moo day morning from a pleasant and protracted visit to Colorado Springs Col Sabetha Kan and other Western cities CHARLES A SNYDER has resigned his position with tho PoasleeGaulbert Company and will leave shortly for his r homo at Crab Orchard Louisville Commercial MR AND MRS D G DOYLE of Lou isvlllo were on yesterdays train ro turning from Crab Orchard whore they had boon to visit Mr and Mrs Guestr and eon Capt Wm Collier of Lancaster were hero Saturday to attend the meeting of tbo t Republican Senatorial Committee o- rt which tho general Is a member JOHN A HENDREN leaves tomorrow for Fort Worth Texas where ho has secured a good position In a aaddl city and harness house His wife will rot mafn hero until September or later WE had a pleasant call yesterday from Mr A D Elkin who used to set typo in this ofllce 20 years ago He is Iinow foreman of the Kentucky Litho v Co and Is high up In the art preservative i wi threatenedth walbolocounty SevHueteavllloalso over from Mtlldato WK are under obligations to Mr A Glass for a batch of subscribers ascot cvMissIngton Is tho attractive guest of tbo Misses Camnltz at Hustonvlllo GEORGE D SADKLEY Is in Wayne county to examine the title to some of loads belonging to bis grandfathers estate MRS HANNAH L STKUAII who has on conducting a successful drcssmak business at her rooms at the col- e leaves today for Crab Orchard to re main Miss KLIZAUKTH BLAIN of oomington III Logan Dlatn of connty and Miss Lldu Pearl se of Shelby City are visiting their andmother Mrs Robert Dlaln LOCALS CIDER mills at Higgins l McKIn ys GO to Craig it Bookers for perfect fitting spectacles FOR sale cheap Upright 1325 Piano WHlam Hamilton renttGOOD supply American Field Fence Ion band Goo U Farris ft Co PLENTY handmade harness of the latest patters on hand J C McClary j SEE that now sewing machine at That now price at Higgins Mo Kinneys WE have plenty of chicken feed and sblpstuff on hand Will sell sissy J H Baughman Co UBASSDr E G Dick tulle us th 1600 big mouthed bass were placed e Crab Orchard Springs lake Satur govnreeA HANDSOME repair wagon has added to the East Tdnnessea Telephone Cos already complete outfit and Man agar Wray will be able to repair at damage to too lino even more rapid than beforeR heyre ty Auguhet to to a conven tlon to bo bold at Danville on tbo 17th to nominate a candidate for State Sen ator Among tho aspirants are Var non of Lincoln and Polly of Casey TUB Hustonvlllo Fair begins tomorrow and continues over Friday as most of us know There Is every assurance that the exhibition will be a success nd every citizen of Lincoln county should help make ll such by going a seeing that his neighbors go SV1I Interests and advances our Wet End friends la helpful to us end we she be as anxious to eco them succeessful In their enterprises as wo are in our own LASTOurIIethat old penitentiaryrs at clipping from the Ash Grove Mo Commonwealth which explains tbo matter L L Dawson of this vicinity hoe secured a good Job lo the State penitentiary Ho left for Jellereon City last Monday In company with the editor of this paper o4Q0 Warden Woolrldgo will not have a bettor or a thqyl as g luok1I ROSSELL After a long and ueu life Mr Lewis Rossoll passed loco tho great beyond Friday morning ag 84 He had boon in very bad heal for nontba and death must have boon a sweet toilet to tbq fine old gentleman Mr Roaaoll was born In Burlington connty Now Jersey and was married to Mrs Mary J Peyton who eurvl him in November of 1853 They sot tied on a farm near Peytons Well soon after they married and where they h happily lived since Two children worn flora to Mr and Mrs RosetWilliam S beach deceased and Mrs A E Gibbons of Danville The old gentleman worshipped his children and was very proud of his five etc P children frequently remarking that they bad never gluon him an unkind word Tbo stepchildren are Mos damns J M Slbold W T Smith S P Babbitt and Messrs G A and Ed Poy ton Uncle Lewis as be wits affec tlonately called was a most interoatnyIng man a goon talker and a tong cal gentleman Ho had few if any enemies and many eyes grow damp with tears when It was made known that bo was no moro A good citizen affectionate husband and indulgent father has gone to his reward lot bis splendid example bo emulated Rev J W Hagin preached a most fitting funeral sermon Saturday morning of tar which all that was mortal of uU do Lewis Rossoil was laid to rest Buffalo cemetery Duo FINISH at Craig Bookers I 25o MADRAS at lOc Severance Sonl WHITE grey and black silk gloves erance S Sons it pap yjV case fruit Jars sod Jar rubbers at Higgins ft McKlnneys NEW rubber tire hasten for sale Wlllfam Hamilton CHICKEN feed and Ipetuff cheap for cash J U Baughman fc Co 8ctee PAKAFFINC for preserving Jollies and fruits at Higgins ft MeKlnnaya To FAItbIERSVo aro still running our mill at tbo same place J H Bauchman fs Co it A CHILD of Frank Adklns tho porter at the Veranda Hotel died Friday of typhoid taunt enTiicLSondarTwelvo FOR SALE OR RENT Residence on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E C Walton it MONEY Trustee of the Jury Fund payjurorabit hands Tile first umbrella repairer that has been In town for months was seen walk Inlr leisurely in about tho time the rain begun this morning WITH ladles free at tho Hustonvllle talc tomorrow and tbo many attrac done QUustonvllleordbreaklng crowd should anti likely will be tiers IF you have any business with the INTERIOR JOURNAL during the Hut tonvlllo fair this week rail at Secretary W D Hookers oQlce where you wl 11T fi is representative of this paper wno nw111 bo glad to wal MoD you KILLED Capt R A Bibb on brother of Mrs Samuel M Owens t from his train between Bristol Tenn and the Cranberry Coal Mines and was C0angled beyond recognition He w J5 years old and loft besides a wife ti little children 1LEO II1tOttENSVhlle driving in In county the other day Joe E out of this place met with a polot accident He was thrown from his buggy and his left ankle shattered He Is now at his fathers horn where he Is resting ai well as could be expected SpeedyTburmond 260 In Judge Cartons court Char Peyton Will Lee Hood Glvens and Dick Skinner caught a 15 tine each t shooting craps Willie Hansford also colored was mulcted t5 for tearing a silk waist off of a daughter of Uncle Billy Caldwell dTaa Journal acknowledges tho re celpt of a complimentary ticket to ti 1oldow Williams Dr Tom Bohon Dr Brown Cashier Hocker and a tow more capitalists in and around town will guarantee the Ice water and lurch Hustonvlllo is In lino for a wrltenp that will Issues an eternal exemption from epidemic dieeaec cholera Infantum and bankruptcy as well as the peaceful retention of Ita honored name the postofllco depart meat to the contrary notwithltandlng F J Campbell In Somerset STANFORD FEMALE COLLEOEEx- tonslvolmprovementl are being made at the college building under the su- pervIsion of President PInkerton The Boarding Han is being freshly painted and papered a modern up to date bath oewlyfUTnlsbed willtut be Irls as any In the State The Recitation adthKindergarten rooms on tbo second Moor being well lighted ventilated and furnished with all needed Ovasresident Plnkcrtond idea in this mat tor it seems to us is tbo correct ono adthat school rooms ought to bo not or convenient and comfortable but at carryInglog on at the college as far as tho character of the building and tho funds at file disposal will permit And now with such a building in our midst and with the school In charge of an ablo and experienced corps of teachers tbo college ought to command cordial support and patronage of this entire co tnunlty There is no good reason w one should send his daughter away from Stanford to be educated All our people our business mon especially ought to bo able to see without argu moot that a liberal home patronage is essential to the suttees of the school If wo will not patronize our own schools wo certainly can not expect others to largelocalabroad bring welltodo people to our issuesf0r0a perlty of our entire Community llu ORANUES lemons bananas crackers cakes deviled ham chip boat Sc All fresh Biggins J McKinney LIGHTNING killed a valuable cow for Mr J B Morsbon last night She was standing under a sugar tree Days this Is the last week of the cut price sale on shoes Hurry It you want a pair they are going rash JPJones TilE young people IooklDg for ward to Friday night when tbo Stan ford Hop Club will entertain In its usual handsome manner Saxtona etches tra will furnish the music DONT get an INTERIOR JOUR NAL each day of the fair at Hustonvllle Motets Keller anti Alverson are going to make it a feature of tale week and you cant afford to miss a copy of it A LIGHT rain fell beginning at about 2 oclock this morning but the clouds are thin and Is feared that not Is coming this time to help very terially A clod oaker and a river riser Is what we need just now THE L will sell roundtrip tickets to tho Cyntblana Fair July 31 Aug 2 3 void error 4th at one fare It will tell at the same rate to Louis vllle Aug 2 and 3 void after Gib on the colored fair and to pinchester lair Aug Gto 0 same rate r HURT IN WRECK James P Harper of Hustonvllle was considerably hurt in a wreck on tho Southern Railroad wills scarlet Ashevllle on his return from Saulsbury N C The train was derailed and the engineer and fireman were killed Mr Harper got oft with tow cuts and bruises and Is very ankful matters ae not worse Ho was held an hour or more in his car which turned over Sale of Personalty August 17 hulohlrllor of the tllte of the late Jtbn Ollilr will Mil at Aturdand rain also two young horses 3 And S Tan blacksmith1P wideilpromptly at oclock JI Chandler Auctr W E AMOS Admr 8132asTIIEPeLincoln County National sank OF STANFOKP KY At the eimeof llnslaese July 25lh IIJltSOUIICES 1S34G2 05 OrtnlraRt tecured and nntscureJ 12701 US Uondi to Mcureerealatlon 90000 00 Slocki lecurltlei etc 9900 00 HinklDgboui furniture and fixture 4000 00 Due from Nation Banks not ReMira CXX74if ElloCheck and otbe caib Item 871 M 160000Orpaper currency cent 840 Lawful Money Itiwre In llank fix Specie 5155ri 00 Le altcndernole 3000 00 49372 00 KsJtuiptlon Irum U 8 Treatr 5 per cent cinulallon 2600 00 BTolI 1350013 LIAUILITIES HM Capital stack lull In t 80000 00 Surpluafund 2971 13 Undlrlded pronu lea xpenteaod las- H paM 2932 23 National Hank Notes outttandlng 80000 00 Due to otter National lUnki 11732 Duo to State Dank and flanker 484977 8IaJhlJoatdepalumUlectto cheek 199770 03 boe lated 2773780 Total J3J001S 75 STATE OF KENTUCKY bu11lyotUnNlaa theRlarolatemeota1Is true to the bet of mr knowledge and belief J B OWSLEY Cuhler of dTofAttCtt J II PAXTOt 8 II bllAXKS ED CAUTKR 2788 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the close of busmen July 13th loot RESOURCES Loan and discounts 4133037 38 Overdrafts aecurcd and untecured 871565 00C8US Bondi to secure Circulation 00 etc 25 ther nilealueandmorteaaaewned 5204 02 DsnklnrhousefuraitureR11daatures 8000 00 Duo from National Banks not Re serve As nti GroG n 880120lyCheck and other cash firma 1830 Notes of other Nat Ianks 9520 fractional paper currency nickels and cent MM 389 23 SpecleP 7257 00 Legal tender notes 195100 921100 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer per cent of circulation 1530 00 Total 230463 22 LIABILITIES Capital itock 60000 00 Surplus fundm 10000 00 andhY 292 M National Hank Note outstanding 310ft 00 Due to otber National Bank 3117 Due to State hanks and Danker 2 Due to approved rewire agents 240034 Individual deposit subject to check 114813 21 Demand certificates of deposit 125000- Llabllltle outer than those above stated 6J6J 00 Total 123646322 STATE OF KENTUCKY II jIJohnabonamed stateOmlet JOtIN J lcRODERTS Cashier day1alnirArMS T JUxnu 0 I liustonville FairThis Week I ry July 31 Aug 1 and 2 llrgfirltwinner SI to loser Game called after programme of fair is carried our W D HOoker Secy gj 6 Tinwau Chinaware Chests Freezers OperBlIouso Stoves JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Last WeekOf The CUT PRICE SHOE SALE great many customers have taken advantage of this cut price sale and fully appreciate our liberal methods doing business you havent been us and will need shoes within the next months dont delay but come once Sale Closes August r youWeand positively will Ilot the goods go the house without the SPOT CASH JOHN PI JONES Stanford Before The Invoice Which takes place Aug we will offer some rare bargains in all departments in Summer Goods Our stock thin goods still complete and you will find some splen did values in these See the reduction in price on our shoes Oxfords you contemplate buying anything in sum mer dry goods shoes let us show you our money savers SonsI BUGGIES The Largest Selected Stock of Vehicles in Central Kentucky Wu Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In From 25oo TO 50000- We Claim Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them FancyGroceries Glassware Woodtnware Itofrigerators Ice see our We also carry the wellkDowo- New Columbian- Sloves and full line of other and LImo and Cement of our in If in to see six at 4th let out of especially of is and If or I I I I an Best Have Price to l Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and we sell on a smaller margin than any house in Central Kentucky Our Llocolnt it1lnvllodover I 1 Bruce SBright Danville ii THE JNTMQR JOURNAL Entered n tilt pottoffice at Stanford at- toonddau natter tbltslsoaTuaao pnauaFxiQar- ay ra 1 PER YEAR CASH When not sopitdojaoi will btcbarted A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OffiotoW UcUoWtV Drug Store In tb Owsle7 UuU Un- gMcKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop XoEinn X Nake and keep constantly on band the best of Flour ilea ShlpstulT Bran Chlck on Feed kc Prices very reasonable Cut tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Executors Notice I r The creditors of n W Vandeveer decd Ito notified to present their claims against said estKlo by 1ept 1001 duly proven as required law All persons owing said estato are requested to This Dtb day of July 1901 MARTHA J VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horse and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky i Office over Higgins McKlnneys Storv Telephone No 4S H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY it HAYST- JITDEBTAEEBS rightITAIFORD them for all ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE XYIManufacturer o- fBRICKIm And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write Forlr- lcesPRUITTBROS MORELAXD KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery TO PROPERTY OWNERS For fair and liberal adjuttmcnUof losees I recommend to all property owners of na- fev and adjoining counties Home In surance of New York reprssente- db Jesse n Vfeafen Stanford Ky May In the abcve com leforpromptly and liberally CEO O DAVIS DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept IS and 10 examined and glasses acientlficallyadjusted Of leo hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STAHFOSD 2Y MORRIS FRED PitorBiBTOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind Ing and that I will at all times furnish the- best o- fFlour Moal Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the best me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs Slavin Phillips0- 5TEOPA THI515 Will be In Menydayb Wednesday and Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat urdaja- Offlnln the Pennlntton Butldlng Stanford 01 lice hours to l AuUo r OSTEOPATHY Thus Science originated and developed br Dr A T Still of KlrkiTlll Mo on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Hi cults it ulres no fall h no drug no rubbin- gnourgtaioperationsanticlaim vnlng super Osteopathy Tl ws man as a machine oho many lu II adjustment When all pan are properly adjusted and not overworked health ls the result Some of th diseases treated by us Nerroui Prostration headaches Neuralgia Rheumatism CatanbJWeak Eyes Granulated lids Goitre Lner Lung Diseases Constipation Pile Enlarged 1rostiale ali Stom ach and Intestinai troubles Diseases of Bones and JMntt Curratureet Dislocations StllJJolntl- laralrelllnCQolloeoee or Urine ocomotor Max a specialty Consultation Free MONEY I Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to JS OW LEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply MONEY TO LOAN In turns of one thousand dollars and over on farms only at I per cont Long time nndea A TIt1BIiLE omStanford Ky J+ G+ ticCLAY UNDERTAKER Manufacturcrand Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky t Go11EgEi+ IAChristian Home School for the Maher education oi girls and young ladles lifts all the grades of the bent city grauimarjachools and in addition the fullregu lar courses of study of the best female colleges in the State Four departments of etudv Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in ll departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session will open Monday September 2d Tuition feel range from 110 to t25 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks f100 For catalogue address IB IT rFinsnE ZEIRTCasr hriri- Staford Ky n SHELBY CITY Mr Wm Clarkeon aged iOf is very low at his home of stomach trouble It was eo hot Monday that Manson Cartwrlght and Collins Moore bad to cut oats at night and rest during thl hottest part of the day Lewis Rlpgs and Henry Spencer dug a well for MIls Berth Grubbs las week aud found a little mouse In it which two blasts had left unharmed Miss Teralo Mooro began her fourth year at Blue Lick Schoolhouse on bo 15tb Supt Rnwllnjte says she llano of the best lady teachers in Doyle coin In tho absence of Supt T A lien drlcks and Asst Supt Matt Eagle man Mr Leslie Sharp anted as super Intendentof the Christian church S S Sunday Roy T 0 Ecton was compelled to close his meetioR Tuesday night at tho Baptist church on account of heat Tho mon came without coats Monday and Tuesday nights te Prof EL Grubbs has been appointed reporter solicitor of advertisements job worker and subscription gatherer for tbo Advocate and will be glad to receive the alpovc for the Ad vocateMr Punch Surber was mixing with old acquaintances hero tho latter part of the week Mr Carlisle Clelland spent last week visiting relatives In dradfordsvllle He Is junior clerk for Mr G H Rocker Frank Alexander express man of Capt Ben McGraws train Is tilt now and John Crum of Danville will take his place Miss Gertrude Pollock of Mayavlllc was the Ruest of her sister Mrs Clar once Nugont Mrs W T Richardson and daughter accompanied Miss Viola Dlckoreon to Burgln Wednesday to spend tt week Miss Sallla Worloy of Turneravllle was visiting Miss Betslo Fay Engleman last weak Miss Edith Walker of near Now Austria who will occupy a position In tho Junction City graded school secured a State certificate at the June examination She was Prof W C Grlneteade first graduateMr S Davenport Miss Bertha Grubbs Mr Chas Hanklo Miss Pol lock Mr D Curry Miss Rose Shaw Mr Ollla King Miss Edna Shlvell and Miss Brownie Hankla went to More land Friday night to Miss Maud Popes oocntlonary entertainment tIn Shlvell took part in it Mr Charles R Wright of Stanford was down to see his old school teacher Tuesday Miss Minnie Mooro returned home Tuesday from a visit to Mrs Ed Hub bard at Stanford Ed Williams is at home for a while on account of the intense heat Mr and Mrs Fred Urfer CL GOVERUndertader Embalmer Danville Kentucky equippedforeEPAJBJAG EPART12FINT guaranteedMr New Goods New Firm Everything Perfectly Fres Yourjpatronage SAUNDERS 11011fwgate94e August 1213141516and I 3OOOO P I A RAND ORGEUS IGANTIC REMIUMS EXCURSION RATES RAILROADS BCC WRITE fOR CATALOG lost their fourth infant by cholera in fantum Tuesday Mr John liars tit C S watchman was painfully ecalaod last week by his engine Mrs R L Grubbs is visiting her mother Mrs Josephine Garr In Lexington She has Improved very much since befog at Joseph Price Infirmary Mr E T Beaztoy of Stanford was down to see his sleterdn law Miss Berths Grubbs Ho reports hit wife as wel enough to out to his mothers C O AtlanticCity Excursion Or Thursday August 15 tho and Ohio Ry will run the last Atlan tic City Excursion of the season leave log Lexington at 1120 Alol and 845 1 M arriving at Atlantic City next day noou and evening Thro sleepers will be run from Lexlngto without change on 1120 A M train Berth rate II Tickets will bt sold at 814 and will bo good returning 12 days Stopover at on return trip will be granted Make your ar rangements to go Write for sleeping car berths or any information to Goo W Barney dlv pass agt Lexington Ky The drouth In Kansas Missouri Nebraska and the Southwest has boon broken by heavy rains and there are indications of a continued precipita Lion rains have been general throughout the corn belt and the out look for the crops is now considered fa vorable W P Walton Is making a great pa per of the Democrat aud probably understands his business as well as any man In the State but If criticism be allowed wo should say ho was giving a paper too good for the ap parent or patronage Mid dlesboro News What most people want is something mild and fc title when In need of a phys ic Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig A Rocker Druggists Tbomas B romwoll a member of the stall of The Lexington Morning Democrat has accepted tbo position of sporting editor of tho Enquirer the po sition formerly held by Harry Weldon There Is more Catarrh In this ud ion or the reentry than all otktr diseaw put together and until the lit few fears was supposed to be Incurable lot a great many yeirs doctors IOoouoNo It a local dlsrise tn J prwcrlbtd by constantly Islllnu to cure iiint prcnounc l It Incurable clenc has proTfn catarrh to be a constitutional disease and thrlore treatment Catarrh Curs f J Cbcnff A Co Toledo Ohio Is the only conslltutlonil m tbe marut It ls taken Internally In dour from 10 drops to a teaspoon ut It acu directly on the blood and tnurous suitsrcs ol tile 11te10 they otr r 001 hundred dallsrs for rare falls to cure Send lor circulars and tMtlnionlats Address FJCHKSEY TelcJo 0 Sold by dranists tic Halls family Illls Ire the tINt a The and We have just received a CUB Is well for tho renewing and of Furniture Mattresses Uphol and Lincoln County Burial Association the object of which Is to provide for the funeral expenses of its members and are t e associations undertakers J S Goooe Is the agent Lincoln County Phone 175 And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find And you have a Nice New Stock to select from will ho Goods delivered promptly Call andsee us W W CO 88 110 Main I 17 II S3OOOO Gt rFORROrrJNO t 4 AND IIIILEt GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 1- 4lE sroOK ART EXHIBITS s5U0o0 IG INCLUDING AND THE MOST I OF Ever OF BILLS kn night go Tho cure S S5OOOO II sIIUPERB ARRAY ATTRACTIONS Devised forth ENTERTAINMENT MANKIND II SMALL tLLUSTRATCO Cbcsapcaki respectively Washington Uarrodsburg prospective Chamberlains toearmeiiesa- nd rsqulresenostlludonal appreciated Phone West Street 1901 ANO ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN SeoY J LEXINGTON KY the Dagville fair st dug 6th nth 8 hand 9tih Rings for almost everything and t Liberal Premiums on all WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Ha C BRIGHT Secretary GEO F ANDERSON Pres For Good Goods AT Low PricesIf J Call on c George H Farris Co GO TO W B McRobertst Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains A C SINECO- NTRACTOR 1 A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom 1 have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Roofing Rough Rand Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc 1 1 will duplicate anyprices offered c GREAT CLOSING OUT SALEATe The Racket Store Stanford Ky- At 60 cents on tho dollar Is an opportunity of Ii life time to buy everything et abso lutely half prlco Now U your limo to buy f314 15 10 1760 I 110 and 81250 and 815 men a suits at 60s on the dollar All of these suite are well tailored and in the latest styles We otter no balls to luro the public otter Fair Honest Goo as at Half Price I We also ofler our entire stock of dry goods notions ladles and gout furnishings shoes hats caps trunks and valies at 50c on the dollar Come andtee for yourself ax is nothing reserved as every dollars worth of spring and summer goods must go bytug 15 1001 Ugliest price paid for all kinds of country produce JACOB OINBUUKO 1ror TIm KAOKKT STORE STANFORD FOR SALE House and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagon Id REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest FruitrFlavors at PENNYSt t DRUG STORE o seaECITIIIIES w t t Receive the most careful attention nod flre Filled With THe Best material The LowcstOA3HJPrlccs C ITG HCIRQ- a