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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL1 lJ VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 219019 A M NO 45 Till HUSTONVILLE FAIR TilE IIIOOE3T AND I1KST EXH1UITION i VET LOT OF FINE STOCK HANDSOME tt AJII4NDOAWANTIIEAq X HtSTONVILLKS HQSlITAUTY 1NUOEA8 ES AS TUB TOWN OltOWS OLDER r a The dally INTEKIOU JOIJKNAL Issued J from this olllco by Meters George C Keller Jr and Josto M Alvereoo baa 10 fully covered the ground that tucro It Dot much loft for ui to say about the Uuslonville fair save that all prevlouf oxhlbltlout are excelled and that tbo good towns reputation ai n air Tbae show of stock Is the beet la the bistort of the association more pretty RHi are f on band dally boipltallty proverbial of the town has noror been more lav I Ishly displayed and everything com blued makes this the fairest laIr of them all so far Tbo good Lord seut a refreshing rain to lay the dust and cool the atmosphere and tbo weather ba been all that the most aitldlout coul Bile The ring and grounds aro In the very pink of condition everybody Is o his belt behavior olllcers director and the people generally aro worklo like Trojans to mateo all feel that It Is good to bo there and last but not leaet the wants of the Inner man aro being supplied with the best there is In the land President W 0111 Cowan Sec retary W D Ilockcr and the other of ficers aro proving themselves tbo right t men for the places they bold and If out r West End friend are judges of tho good things wo take them to bo tba will mako them bold their job porma nently Below Is a list of premiums awarded Wednesday and yesterday Todays program Is the best yet Go and fee It 1 Southdown buck any age 1500 Irvine of Boyle Prom and Cert 2 Ewe any age G 00 i IrvIne pruua and cert I Duck lamb under ono year Irvine oj Boyle prom and cert 4 Ewe lamb under one rear 6 00 Irvine of Boyle prom and cert C Horse colt pair pant value 10 00 R B Wood prom Elbert Harper cert 6 entries 0 Mare colt 10 00 Wallace Sleolo Casey prom U E Goddard Mercer cert 10 entries 7 Mare sod colt 10 00 R13 Wood prem J S Murphy cert two entries 8 Saddle gelding anyage15 00 J T Crenihaw prem It E Goddard cert 4 entries 0 Saddle mare any ague IB 00 W S1 Dro is Co prem JT Cren sbaw cert 4 entries 10 Suckling colt either tex Spe cial premium by Woodlawn Farm It Pror season 1002 to Ned Leaf 25 00 R B Wood prom Wallace Stnclc cert 12 entries JACK STOCK 11 Jack under 2 tears 10 00 R B Eubank prom Joe Tarklngum curl 4 entries 12 Jack 2 years end under 3 10 00 Uenry Uaughraan prem and cert entry 13 Jack any ago 10 00 M B Eubanks prom Joe Tarkington cert 7 entries 14 Jennet under year ptlr tuntft 10 00 Iloury Baughinan prom F Pit man cert 4 entries 15 Jannct any ago 10 00 W P Pitman prem T P Sllgall cert entries 10 Suckling cult either sex by f Qalton 1 10 to 1st 15 to 2d 15 00 Elbcrt Oarpor prom Wm RJlTc cert C entries t 17 Draft stallion uiaro or gelding 10 00 John Cook Stanford prom C T Bo ban cert 2 entries 18 rider under 15 years 10 00 iSam Harris prom and curt 1 entry 10 Mare and mulo colt either sex 10 00 B P Powell prom T P Silgall cert 4 entries 20 Mule mare 10 00 U Baugbman prom A Bartlette cert 7 entries J 21 Mule colt either sex 10 00 B F Powel premtA Bartel cert 22 Mare mulo colt half doz shirts 10 00 B F Powell prone T P Sllgall cert 2 entries 23 Mule year old and under 2 10 00 U Baugbman prem Sam Burtou cert 2 entries 21 Mule 2 years and over 10 00 I II Baughman prom J B Owsloy cert entries 25 Mule colt by Hnlnara special premium by J 0 tea son 1903 10 00 I No entry 20 Double team Ieed style and durability considered re gardless sex 01 ownership 430 to first 110 to second 40 00 Bruce Bright prem R Eo Goddard t entriesj 10 00 t Special NoltingCoA No entry 28 Dun calf under 1 year oldn 10 00 t Luke Carpenter pram Colo Dunn cert 3 entries 29 Dull calf IInd under 2 10 00 rem B F Slavln Nathan Pipe cert irvrJ0 3 entries 30 Bull 2 years and over 10 00 T L Carpenter pram and cert 1 entry 31 Bull any ago 15 00 T L Carpenter prom and cert 6 en tries 32 Heifer calf under ono year 10 00 T L Carpenter prom and cert 2 en tries 83 Heifer onoyear and under two 10 00 T L Carpenter prem Dan Duncan y cert 4 entries 84 heifer two years and over10 00 T L Carpenter prom and cert 2 en tries 35 mow 16 00 T L Carpenter prem and cert 2 en trieso rUNrOSBS 30 New York raddlemaro or geld ing 15 00 W 8 Dryo Carroll Bailey cert l entries COACU on oAKiUAoc ruttrosEs 37 Ialriuaresongeldhugs 20 00 Brucj S Bright prem R E Goddard cert 2 entries 33 Koadalcr more or gelding S20 to 1st 810 to 2d 30 00 C C Harris prem C James cert 6 entries 30 Haniliomost turnout Tbo ve hicle to be one sod by Hruce A Bright Consideration Vehclehorse and occupants decorations not considered 10 00 Bruce te Bright prom Davo Rowland cert 4 entries 40 Suckling colt either sex by Dignity Dare season1x02 to Dignity cash to 2d 15 cash to 3d 36 00 Wallace Steele 1st prem Camden 2d and Ballou 3rd 4 entries rait IIAKXIM rcitrosis 41 Stallion or Yuan and 00dcert 3 entries 00aR E Goddurd prom cert en trygunder 4 10 00 J T Crcnsnaw prom R E Goddard cert 3 entries 44 Marc 4 years and over 1500 Wm Dodd prom I C James cert 0 entries 45 Gelding 4 yews anti over 15 00 Urucott Bright orera I C James ccrt3cntrlc 40 Stallion or gelding 2 years and under 3 10 00 It E Goddurd prem C I Pitman entriesY 16 00 J T Crenshaw prom R E Goddard cert 4 entries 48 Slillion 3 years and under 4 10 00 J T Crensbaw prom C T Saodldgo cArt 2 entries 49 Stallion 4 years end over 20 00 JT Cremhaw prem 0 I Pitman cert 2 entries rout SADDLE PlRVOHKS 50 SwldlesUlllon mare or gelding 150 00 J75 to 1st 150 to 2 Ie flO to enter five horses to Mil Associa lion reijulres that entries be made afternoon before W S Drye prem J T Crenshaw tort C T Sandldgo 3 entries ItOAMTClt ttKIO 61 Mare or KeldlnEan j ago f35 to 1st 60 00 C C Harris prom Mack Hughes cert 5 eulrles 62 Wont turnout 10 00 Murphy Bro first Rose and Cam nltz cert 6 entries KINGLETS The fakir It on band The Midway Is all right Tho music Saxton Is furnishing Is almost divine Tbo Globo Danville was represented by A P Ulrtch Look like old times to see Tip Bruce driving In a fair ring The ring of Dignity Dare colts was tbo finest mortal man over saw Tbo Misses Dlnwlddlo aro entertain log a big house full of company Everybody la praising the good din none Mrs Josiah Bishop Is serving Henry Carton of Marlon is the big Ken and beat looking fellow on the roundsIT L Carpenters magnificent Angus cattle won In ovcry ring they were shown in Tbo bop at Alcorns Opera louse last night was a brilliant affair Sax ton furnished the music Everybody seems to want you to dlooI with them and spend the night at my houjo Is about as frequently heardI Mrs W A Morrow of Somerset and Mrs J F Holdara of Crab OrebI ard were two handsome matrons atI the fair yesterday It would take a paper as big as SLlnI days Cincinnati Enquirer to mention all of the pretty girls visiting In BndI around Hustonville Gallant beaux aro numoroulIThe Harrodsburjr ball tcaoi proved a dead easy thing for the Hustonville club The Mercer entries couldnt get In hearing distance of Camnltas curves Tho score stood 20 to 6 Mr H M Waite and wife of Lex In ton wero on tho grounds yesterday tbo guests of Dr Ed Alcorn and hand some daughters Mr Walto Is super- Intendent of tho Lexington division of the Q i C C O Atlantic City Excursion On Thursday August 15 tho Chesapeake and Ohio Ry will run tbo last ALlan tlc City Excursion of the season leav tog Lexington at 1120 At and 845 p M arriving at Atlantic City next day noon and evening respectively Thro sleepers will be run from Lexington without change on 1120 A M train Berth rate 94 Tickets will bo sold at 814 and will be rood returning 12 days Stopover at Washington on return trip will bo granted Make your ar rangcmoots to go Write for sleeping car berths or any Information to Geo W Barney dlv pass agt Lexington Ky What most people want Is something mild and senile when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to tako and pleasant in cQect For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists u a r KINGSVILLE Several from nuru wlll attend tho Husionvillo lair W L MoCarty Is running an Ico wagon twice a week from Stanford which Is Indeed a great accommodation to every one Ice will be delivered at 40o per hundred and will not sell under CO pounds Wo are glad that your readers aro not to lose an Interesting featureo your paper In the Clarence Coleman letter We bavo read and appreciated hit splendid letters throughout and have heard them highly complimented Delightful rains have fallen cooling tbo atmosphere and greatly refreshing the apparently burntup vegetation Rev Dr Allen failed to Oil his appoint ment at the Christian church last Sunday morning and evening owing to tho Intensely warm weather MIa Annie McKeo In her charming manner entertained a number of her friend at supper a few evenings since Mrs Henry Leach who has been quite sick Is better Geo Rlgnoy has recov ered from an attack of fever John Dlshon of near here was killed by train at High Bridge yesterday an will be brought hero today Wednesday burialPretty and attractive Miss Effle B Carey left Sunday for Lebanon Juno Lion whore she will make a protracted visit with relatives Harlcn Cuodlff of Somerset was the guest of his broth or W B Cundltl a f aw days since D P Dineen and C M Pennybackcr were up from Somerset Sunday Dr Allen r of Somerset was the guest of Miss Gertrude Ponnybackcr last Sunday Tho oil question Is at last being agi tated hero and our people aro dreaming of untold wealth dreaming Is In keeping with tho weather weve been having of lato but some are bar lag wild visions and aro becoming very much excited Still tbo question Is not an absurd fancy for really there Is every sign of oil on the waters wheth or troubled or otherwise in and around our little town and somo of our enterprising citizens and wo have our full quota aro making preparations for having the matter Investigated They may not be In a very great hurry but they are very very sure Sam Flint bad the misfortune of los log his home by fire Thursday morn Ing catching from a defective flue The crowdwhich quickly gathered suc ceeded In saving all tbo household goods Dr Thompson kindly gave them permission to occupy his house above the factory until they can re build Everett Chovolettc who has been sick at hU mother homo here has resumed his work on tbo C S His wife who has also been returned Tuesday to her homo In Lexington Miss Ellen Chovolotto has returned homo from a pleasant visit to her cousin Mrs D P Dlnnon at LouieI villa Mies Catherine Wells of JuncILion City who was quite sick for sevIoral days returned home Sunday ac companied by Lough Evans also ofI that city Mils Wells and Mr Evans were pleasant members of a house party at tbo home of tbo Misses John eon Mr Nevlui of Stanford was the recent guest of Messrs G A and WalI taco Walter IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W B Jarboo ooe of Marlons most successful farmers Is dead Tho controller of the currency has approved the appointment of A W Cain as vice president and John In man as assistant cashier of the Far mers National Bank of Somerset Tbo citizens of Danville were very much surprised upon learning that the wellknown firm of OBryaa Brothers bad flied a petition In bankruptcy The firms liabilities are 5200 and their assets are 81010 F J Kelsholmcr a freight conduc tor on tho Cincinnati Southern road has received a check from Auditor Coulter for 8300 Kclshelmor procured the arrest of Reuben QuInn the Dan villa murderer near Ludlow If you have d baby in Jyour house you cieckiany o diarrhoea so common to small children O P M Holliday of Doming Ind who ball an eleven months old child say Through the months of June and Jul our baby was teething and took a runnlu oil of the bowels and sickness of tbo stom itch JIll bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Olioletn and Diarr hoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a spoonful of water and ho got better at once For sale by Craig t Rocker druggists Prof M A Scovel director of the Kentucky Experiment Station will ex amine soda water syrup throughout the State to ascertain whether It Is being adulterated Helium Is the costliest eubnanco known In Its natural state It costs about 1000 a cublo foot or a million times as much as coal gas IMIDDLEBURG George Wesley lost three floe ewes and two others bitten by dogs last week Dunpvllle Maccabees bad a plonlu at largelySchool wl1opcn at Mlddleburjr Academy Monday A large attend ance Is expected Burn to the wllo of H C Lyon on AdThe Mlddleburg Cornet Band now practices on Tuesday and Wednesday nights The boys have been slumber Ing for two yers- Considerable sickness is reported in lower Casey Typhoid fever seems to bo the prevailing disease James Eason la having a tussle with something like typhoidThe had a plcnlo and dance at Yosemite Saturday which drove tbo colored elite from tbo four corners Dancing continued almost to the wee hours Sunday Durham the Infant son of Dr I S weekdry Friday An Infant of C C Hatter was Interred Saturday Oscar Lanbam was painfully If not seriously burtwhllc playing base ball at Yosemite Saturday Ho received a sprain or fracture of the knee Ho 1s toeing attended by Dr Wesley A Union Sunday School Convention was held at Mt Olive Saturday with a largo attendance Representatives wero there from mostof tbo Sunday schools ofCaiey and Southwest Lincoln Soy oral from that section were In attend ance Many of our people are attending the Uustonvlllo fair G R Jeler has re turned from Crab Orchard Jason Taylor of Burnslde Is visiting friends at this place Rev GrIder formerly pas tor of tbo 51E church at this place was visiting friends here this week Rev J B Fcrrll preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning awl evening Rev Glllum preached at the Christian church The South Kentucky Association of United Baptists will convene at New Salem church Tuesday Aug continuing three days The protracted drouth has injured tbo fruit to an extent that not more than half a crop is now expected Peaches apples and plums are drying up and falling otTo Thero were very few black berries through this section though the crop would bare been the largest In years but for the drouth Toe Louisville Times truthfully says the corn belt this season seems to hive swappcQ girdleplaces with the equa tor The Drouth still continues thro this section though copious showers have fallen both to tbs north and to the south of us We have had two sprinkles which laid tbo duet for a short while and In other ways made life more pleasant Crops are burning though and the river Is the lowest over seen at this time of the year Our friend R A Goode of Lexington says we are mistaken about this being the worst drouth in Casey In the memory the oldest citizen and then mentions tho drouth of 1372 which lasted from July 4 to Sept 18 However I dont believe It could have been as destruct ive as the present one though It might hero been of greater duration Nothing more than a dust settler has fallen hero for eight weeks Vegetation of all kinds Is either dead or dyingpas Lures long ago parched and ponds branches and creeks dry as the palm of your band save puddles here and there I have known crops to be so far advanced by July 4 that a fairly good yield would have been made without further rain but as it was this years crops are three weeks lato and had a stunted growth In the beginning of the season as a result of a very cold spring At this writing the prospects for a good rain aro quite encouraging tho prospects may go for naught as all signs bavo In the past C C QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still has the largest grandmothersrnever thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors ofsAppendicitis Nervous Prostration or Augustgregulatehc systemand bad with hedaches and other aches Yuu only needa low doses of Groans August lower la liquid form to make you satisfied thorn is nothing 6erl ous the matter with you Get Greens PeonysDrug A lamp shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber alns Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists Hon John R Wilson a prominent democratic politician died at Hunt ington W Va Ti IT1rITV TvT 11 f TVr41TQTY= = Lt = 1 Hu Straws Tho Thing I lft E If you need a straw hat you can m E 11THEOLOBEIt ltI fITPAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBE If 1Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing it EYour money back if youre not satisfied 1 mILLER HIBSDH DanviIlBI t Successors to J L Frohman Co P = aUR h = Aiii f E= y = = tUJIJ 1 1ItQ f tfJ ic fI Ii J jJ eIilfI e J j or v N s frirKlitt r Aiyr2a + I- fIt e g3rt r IP At YOUIi r a Owu Priceur S w i17 f f Ladies and Childrens Slippers and 81 t Gents Straw Huts Only n few left but if they suit you the pries c will not split the trade Look at 6Q them i r81 r3 TERMS CASH e9 H J McROBERTS tit r s fI la Cr4t twtl rhri Y Jliieii6l6fI i f HIG GINS McKINNEY Stanford I Id REAM SODA- s Pure Jersey Crean a and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG State College of Kentucky The AgrlculluralDnd Mechanical State College College of Kentucky otters courses of study viz Agricultural IIottlcu tura Chemical llIololeal Mathematical Normal School Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and loads to a degree lostsrndualo courses of study are alsl provided leading each to a masters degree course of study Is organized under a separate faculty Tho General faculty numbers more than thirty professors and Instructors COUNTY APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent in dormitory fuel if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Tho last Legislature appropriated 130000 Wr a college home for young women and a drill ball and has been provided for men Military tactics and science are lully provided for as required by Con gress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent position and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply Last year tho matriculation list was 620 r for catalogues method of obtaining appoIntments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Fall term begins September I 1901 LEXINGTON KY C it itTIDE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Stale Senator GEO T FARRIS 4 for Representative M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO Bi COOPER For CountyAttornry- HARVEY HELM For Sheriff M 3 BAUGHMAN v For Atsetfor M G REYNOLDS For Jailer r W I HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate tar Railroad Commissioner d the District subject to the will ofthe democrat- THE assurance that Deboe after the expiration of hit present term will no longer disgrace the State In the Fed eral Senate Is sufficient to make one feel pleasant oven In this torrid weath er and there Isnt the shadow of a doubt on that proposition Reliable reports from all over the State show that the prospects for democratic auc cess In the Legislative races were neve er brighter and the Indications are that we will have an old time majority In the next General Assembly The t Sapp primary In Louisville Insures a solid delegation from that city and n other toctlons where there have beeD defections the party ia united The defeat of Doboe alone la surely a sum clent reason to unite the democrats all over the State but there are others by the score The bulk of those who left the party because they could not stand sortie of Its actions have long sInce learned that the republican household is not the place for the unco goo and have returned to their first Jove with the determination to help it to success So one of the certainties of- of the future Is that the next General Assembly of Kentucky will fill the vl cancy In the United States Senate created by the election of Deboe by se looting lor the place a democrat of abll ity and we sincerely hope and believe that it will be Hon Jas B McCrcar of the county of Madison In justice to Mr Deboe it must be said that be will not sink into the ob hvlon from which bo was thrown hy- tho political upheaval some years aj o without leaving some reputation be hind him He has attracted more at tention on the floor of the Senate than any of his associates or predecessors his ability as a snorer and his lame as a butcher of the Kings English to the queens taste Is well nigh Internationa But notwithstanding these accoc Ipllshments he will soon retire to tlie back woods from whence be sprunj PuDwept unhonored and unsung TillS Is what James F Grlnstead republican nominee of Sapps primary for mayor of Louisville said decllnln the honor that had been bestowed on himIII do not want the republics nomination for mayor at the hands of Chairman Sapp and his executive committee I have Informed him not to consider my name in this connectlo any further This decision I arrive at after I had become fully convince that the primary election of July 16 was corrupt and fraudulent that no honest man could well afford to accept a nomination for office procured by such methods as were employed in the Sapp primary IN the investigation of the Indian Insanity Trust the matron of the In dlanapolls dispensary swore that she had been forced into making affidavits regarding the mental condition of a number of persons who applied for medical attention Things are in a sweet State of affairs In the Hoosier State and will be no better until a dem ocratlo governor Is elected and clear Indiana of some of her undesirable in habitants by sending them to Kentucky for trial and hanging IN response to a friendly prodding from the Harrodsburg Democrat the talented editor of the Lexington Herald says his fight on the democratic part has been actuated by a desire to up build democratic principles This be- Ing true we hope that ho now conslc ers the party sufficiently pure for him to fall in lino and help fight the con mon enemy THE Louisville Commercial shows ll anagoslty when it says The Post In its bitter war against the republica party has thrown aside all pretension to honesty fairness and truthfulness ADMIRAL KIMBEHLY named as a member of the Schloy court of inquiry has asked to be excused on account of his health Sampson no doubt would very willingly take his place airieev NEXT to Dewey Schlcy did more to destroy the Spanish fleet titan any other admiral The results showed that at tho battle of Santiago Schleys fla ship the Brooklyn inflicted more than 50 per cent of the damage to the enemy and received more than 60 per cent of the enemys shots On deck all the time and personally directing the bat tie and the pursuit of Cerveraa fleet he won a signal victory Lobo char ed afterwards with cowardice by Samp eon who was miles away and perhaps hid In his cabin But Schley wrote bll of his countrynname on the hearts while Sampson dally becomes morn odious and contemptible TilE press of Kentucky mourns the death of George H Yenowlnc wblehI occurred at Milwaukee For years the Courier Journalwas a writer on and a favorite generally with the presl boys of this State TUE Sapp In the Louisville collectors office seems to be going down not Ithstandlng the hot weather REAR ADMIRAL SAMPSON has the jawbone of an ace- NEWS NOTES Hay is worth 100 a ton at Nome Alaska Mrs N G Bailey of Montgomo fell dead while knitting L R Reck of Princeton Ind cnd ed a spree by taking his life Alvin Percy Stone of LeltchBe drew a homestead at El Reno O T Hark Hlllard aged 17 was kicked to death by a horse in Nelson county Robert R Rea died suddenly at Mad- Ison Ind while riding with his tian cee Four prisoners locked a turnkey In cell and escaped from jail at Toledo Ohio Jesse Buodloy a colored lad was drowned while swimming at Bowling reenAndrew Carnegie offered to contrlb ute 25000 for a public library at Hen irsonRobert Howell a widower ol 81 was married at Bellevue 0 to Miss Rosa Green 10- Hugh Marable of Louisville took udanum near Covington with suicidal Intent and died The great strike of dock laborers at- San Francisco shows no signs of an- early settlement Charles E Hoge of Frankfort Is dan erouslv ill In New York as the reo- suIt of sunstroke George and Joseph Prothers farmers were killed by lightning near oomlngtoc Ind The jury in the Ellis Glenn case at irkersburg W Va was discharge being unable to agree William Dehart was shot and killed near Russell Springs Russell county by Robert Anderson Jr Miss Amelia Jackson was accidentally shot and killed by her lover WllI Hubbard In Clay county Direct telegraph connection is to bo estab1tshed with Dawson City Alask by means of a through wire H T Tallaferro and wife were murdered near Jackson Miss while they- slept Negroes are suspected Villlam Holloway stabbed Henry Hltl to death at Hendereon in a dlfn- culty over a woman and escaped tear Admiral Kimberly has asked to be excused from the Schley court otln- qulry owing to the state of his health The lager beer breweries of LouIE- vllle have practically completed a com- blDatlon with a capital stock of 13600 000 Gen Joe Wheeler has contented to- make an address before the old confederate soldiers at Lexington this MIAn application for the appointment of a receiver for the Mobile and OhIo railroad was filed In court at Meridian MiseGov Beckham has arranged to go to- Owensboro during the State guard en campmen for the purpose of reviewing the troops Walter Snyder son of the well- known Standard 011 omclal of Cleveland 0 was drowned while playing- golf near a pond HelBl S Sons at Sahlllo fnd reo- celved a note demanding that a sum of- money be left at a crossroads Onref- using Horse largo mill was burned On account of a fight between labor- unloDs work on the naval branch of the Y M C A being erected by Hal en Gould in Brooklyn has been stopped The Tennessee Coal Iran and Rall- road Company of Birmingham Ala bas received an order for 200000 tons of coal from the Mexican Central railroad It Is reported that the head walter a leading Now York hotel has recently huetod 1100000 in the stock of the oatelry every dollar of the amount- belDg saved from tips he received fron guestsAfter waiting 30 years for a sottle- ment of his accounts as a soldier In the- war between the States Edward Knott a iteran of White Plains N Y haF- lreceived a check for 125 from the quar termasters department Tbe female population of Kentucky accordln to the census bureau con- stltutes 402 per cent of all the people of the State Of a total population of 2117171 only 50240 are foreign born- There are 264805 Negroes Crab OrohardIThe drouth rc with only a passing shower to p rtlally it is consider ly coolerIThe Gover House Is thronged with summer boarders and the Beazley He tel Is filled to overflowing with gueetsI from far and wide The Springs lintel keeps up its i ood record and Its continued liberal paI tronago Indlcatos the satisfaction U has given to the many who have resorted thither Mrs Stapp will open her school for the fall term as soon as the wtat gets cooler Tho health of Dr Stapp has improved sufficiently for him to take a class of bright girls and d few ambitious boys The friends of Mra1 Hannah Steger are glad to see her return to her old home once more Miss Jcnulo Payne contemplates opening an ice cream parlor every Sale urday afternoon and evening TtIP with the delicious soda water server at the drug store of Mr Hugh Hag an will certainly bo gratifying news lo those who are fond of good things WoI have two flrstclasi drug stores In town now and both seem to be doourI well The irlcnds of both wish to lIeo them prosper Mrs Capt Dllldo has been on the tick list for a few days but is reported better Mrs Lockie Smith of Ltv ngston Is attending her bedside M 3r Black of Knoxville Tenn la with her mother Mrs M E Fish Uer health Is slowly Improving and her nany friends sincerely hopo to see her idly restored In a short time Mrs J Carter of Oklahoma made a very brief visIt this week to Mrs Sarah Brooks and daughter Fred and Annie Newland visited friends In Slanford Wednesday Rev W Anderson left Monday accompanied by his mother and family for their permanent home In Oklahoma Rev G W Shephefd Is holding a series of meetings in Paint Lick Miss Virginia Morrill of Gar ard has charge of the public scbool here opening with a fair attendance last Monday Miss Tevls Carpenter of itanford Is a charming guest of MIIiJ lollle Brooks Misses Maud and Claudia Carter of the West End have been pleasant visitors of MUses Pearl- aDd Clara Collier Mrs Judge Collier aDd daughter of Ml Vernon are spec ag a few days with Miss Fannie Lan lord Mr and Mrs J F Balder Mrs Tommie Morrow Misses Berta James Marguerite Sallee and AnnIe Ironaugh and Messrs Andrew Buchanan Maurlcd Perkins and J D WH 111 attended the Hustonvllle fair on Thursday and Friday Alter a very pleasant stay with her mother Mr largaret Gormley Mrs J W Coc left Wednesday for her home In JayneeburgIDdFrom Fair Daily Carroll Bailey is ono of tho most popular horsemen at the fair Lafon Carpenter of Hnrrodgbur is with old friends at the fair W S Einbry n Lancaster beaux wns with the fair EeX yesterday w H Murphy and his handsou wife are here taking in the fair Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford here with relatives during tho fair Brother Drje of Marion is isit- ing his mother here during tho fair Miss Alice Durgin of Mercer WI8- with many old friends here this week J Richard Bush of Richmond hero mingling with the fair sex at tho- filir Miss Emma Kcrschcvel of Sheri- dun Ind w the guest ot Mrs WI IyersJ M Cotton of Cincinnati with Mr and Mrs W W Lyon- during the fair Circuit Clerk B C Allin of Mar cer is hero taking in the fair urillluw- ing a good time W S Drye Co sold to Wade Nichols two geldings one forS anll the other for 8250- W D locker secretary made- ono of the best ones in the country He is polite accommodating and is general favorite with all at the fair J P and G R Wilkinson J C- Coulter James Giboney J W niu 1r Wlripp formed w lively crow here yesterday from tho State of Case I watch for each days INTERIOI JounsAL said Mr Geo D Cunningham yesterday nt the fair Your per grows better as it gets older he remarkedMisses Bourne of Stm- ford Annie Edwards of Brooklyn N Y Lida Pearl Rose of Shelby City anel Mr Logan Blain of Grant county are with Miss Catherine and Jas1- lIall during fair tanager Winy of tho East Ten- nesCo Telephone Company allowed us to use his lino gratis anal in eery- way assisted us in our venture Under his management it is now ono ol the best conducted offices in tIle f8t- ern Ask J C Coulter what he thinks- nbout the way the Old Continental Bettlee its losses Then see Agent R u Mahony and have your property insured lie represents the company iil tho counties of Doyle and Cnsey ir iw PRICES 1 Are the great attraction at the The Louisville Store All Summer goods will be sold regardless of cost Come wont last long DoThese goodsas early as you can Lawn Dress of Clothes Pairyou need a nice of Shoes Suit of Underwear Hat Carpet or MatAting or any other goods If so come and get first choice these bargains Our loss is your gain We must posi e tively close out to quit businesse Ladles tine Sample Shoe and Oxfotd heel nhil spring heel worth from tt to fa- In this sale GPc Ladles Sample Shots and Oxford black and tan worth SI to it 40 In this tale too glens Ono Sloes Lncd and Congress tip and plain toe In thus tale OSc Infant Soft Solo Short Ml Colon In this 1eate S- CLadles doe Ills glove worth 1130 anil 12 cut to 600 One lot nice Lawns real vatuo 6J c cut to 3c Ladles fine Colored Underskirts made or floe Seartllk worth from TIle to IISS la this tale 4Dc Fine White and Colored FloUhloc Utah Jc Ladles LInen Skirts nicely trimmed only- a few left go at SU- eOne lot black figured Mohair and fancy Plaid Dries Skirts worth IS cut to Osc All other skirts cut In proportion Ladles you will never hate such achance again to buy a tires klrt for much less money than the good will cost you say nothing about the trimming add making All new Lawn Dlmltlen BwUse llques and India Linen told regardless of cot and I but none but the the name on know they are notthem you may D S TrR Eut End Pa 325 year be ins Sept 17 Cbutw Miulc Ar beaut and apace of teDD with city For D D PreKEY KY IsIs now for andthe water tbe a ape bo at per week chll Iren 13 of age 12 350 week I am to and your or In men to do It and work You can have your old for very little J H Ky w tsm at to Men and Hay For Sale U D Pror t meet all 89 I I have at Grab In Ceo store near the on Otten bolm for the of you tho of your You will find at my store I nm to new alia new and Cents Fine Shoes Slats etc that you will not to pat mire you fair a to visit Store Call and sep me when ou como to town T Ices It sold at the wide no TV In this sale Be wide torns to select from toSc licit cut toSc tOood Pearl cut to Ac boo cut to 830 Sac well made and 390 i line Ores 8 It cut to 49c Suite a few left ti to close will sell tto llatbrlggan I3o 9 tile very 1 to you cool In this sale SSc Suits ill sires blue and Suit never sold for less than 17 go at IJ03 We are ole for the Meet N Y Ibo a sold In this tale at IW One Dollar our store will buy as much Two Dollars at other store Do you trading where r most goods for theleast money sold as advertised The Louisville Store the Only Cheap Store in Stanford Salinger Bros t NONE iUT GENUINE fleeting Harvester Extras Fixtures keep genuine Unless Deering appears OAIUE IhatonTllle- renns11nui College for Women MtUburg Thorough College Situation tOlIDtrr sdnOtafIIo umDlllum address C1ULMEUS MiHTIN RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS guests Everything splendid order grounds present arance duosta ntlon Retest Adults W bonesunder year Inrormatlor apply toW VAUOII- ANPainting Repairing prepared paint repair carriage wagon Oratclastyle Experienced guarantied vehicle made- ew money OKEEK Stanford NEW LIVERY BUZZ Prors JUNCTION CITY IrstClas Turnouts Reasonable Rates Special Attention Traveling MasonSIMPSON incnstcr Kentucky beds Newly furnished clean eplondsd table Everything firstclass Porters trains GREAT TillS MONTH located Orchard olraes railroad pike purpose giving people worth money ways bargains secondhand Clothing equal Clothing Furnishing Caps Hoping forget me promising treatment give Invitation tbe- Olncinnutillargaill C7ta lordsedeExchange CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE 36Inch IlloicltcJ Cotton utarcli worth alncb heavy llrown Sheeting worthJCo 34Inch Percale several elliforont fully worth Ufo cuttAmotkeng Apron Olngham Muttons worth Corsets Ladle Shirtwaists elegantly trimmed only Mens Bhlru collar Mens Linen only worth at Mens Undershirts worth CuftolSc areas Fishnet Undenblrt thing peep Boys Kneepant worth tl80 cuttoBte Mens black Clay Wonted agents celebrated 04j tTrouleuIOcCnldmet Cottonade WortbIIyard Jin as you can buany dsIthe go Proprietors handle comUon willing STABLE- s KY HotelM- RS BARGAINS selling cordial f Duy a Sew Pair of Douglas Shoes They are the Lest i= the wQrltfi 3oo and 5o0tDouglas shoes are guaranteed to equal any 1500 and f000 shoe made Sue money by buying Douglas Shoes We have all of the new latta and leathers Cummins McOlar y Here We Are Again t Ii SCRIP worthI Our MldSumraorOloarnnce Sale begins July 1st Every lino embracing Furniture carpets Win r Rugs Matting Shades Ilclure Frames Sewing Machines Oi tans etc up to ditto We Oller special il1 ucements in the wayof For dollar you spend with mo I give you a which Is worth five cents anti for every dime Jon couponIme I give you a REBATE STAMP with draw premiums We are after the trade of that wide awake people know black IromIwhite people who know furniture from cord woodj ftcTiho appreclata opportunity to buy goods of a merchant has one price and a low cash price Our large will start through the July let and show you people what bargains have In stoic for you W W1 Withers Stanfora J tlr c k e IiTIlEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Ava 2 1001 r TRY the Judjro Taft clear for a cholco tmuko ut Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work li unsurpaas cd Try us and bo convinced Pennys i DrugStoratPERSONALS Miss CiiLOKGinsos wont to Loula vlllo Tuesday MISS IVA ASIIMORE of Pcorla III II wltb Mlu Lena Barnett J1ise Annto Delpb of Louisville It visiting MIlS Llwlo DavUon Miss JEAN DICK of Crab Orchard li wUh MlM TovU Carpenter JOE LYNN COFFEY It back from a vlelt to relative at Ltvlognton GEO DOONE of the Maywood eo tlon It the proud father of twins MIS LULA MAY UHOWN of Louie vllle It the guest of Miss Hula Totten Miss ELLEN DALLOU U enjoying n protracted stay at Crab Orebar SprlngiMR W MENEFEK of Dflnvllle has gone to Atlantic City to ipond tow week DRS STEELE BAILEY and J G Car penter are pending n tow dayi at Russell Springs Miss MARY MCAFEE left Wcdnei day for Duffalo to attend an Alliance Convention Miss LCCILLE COOPER la spending lair week with Miss hobo Hooker at p SAUKLEY one of tbo clerk In Pennys drug store Is enjoying a tgo weokevacation PROP T E CLELLAND of Junction City was hero a few hours Tuesday en route to Richmond MIj4 e tbo MIsccs Vandovccr Miss ANNA BETH LASLEY and her t llttlo sister of Louisville are visiting their aunt Mil Annie Last y Miss MATTIE LOVELL who has been flvisiting friend and relatives at Som erset and Shatter has returned homo MISSES MACUF MOORE of Danville f and Mildred Campbell of Mlllersburg aro with the Misses Lynn at Lynn wood MISSES MAOOIK KIMDERLIN of N vada Missouri and Amelia Coullbr Doyle were guests of Mrs J T Ding R L DAVIDSON has gone to Louis having engaged with a firm I supplies that city to travel with a lino of dental HOWARD D COLEMAN Is learning to be asilstapt postmaster and will George D Florence who expect enter school this fall CARLISLE CLELLAND son of Prof T E Clelland of Junction City has secured a good position In the First State Dank at Junction City DR W W ButUUM wife and baby of Richmond and Mr Lovi Elder ant wife of Crab Orchard formed a part to tho Uustonvillo fair yesterday Miss MARY PHILLIPS entertained a few of her friends Tuesday evening in honor of Mlis Bessie Adams of Paris and Elizabeth Grimes of Lancaster r MR Q R JONES of Casey was her Tuesday and left an advertisement for the sale of effects of tho lato Dr Ed M Este which occurs on the 15th Mss W H SHANKS and Miss WIl- lie locker are visiting In Madison and Misses Olive Baldwin and Anna Dun DOLL are keeping house at tbo Shanks home MR AND MRS JACOII GiNsnuita are I back from Cincinnati where they wont to attend thn marriage of his sister Miss Sadie Glnsburg to Mr Joseph Silverman MR CHARLES CRITES wife at children of London 0 are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G A Eu binks In the Hubble section Mr Crites Is a prominent jeweler of bis t town tEDiTOIL Louis LANDRAM of Lancas I tir passed through to Madlsonvlllo Wednesday to attend tbo annual meet ing of tbo Kentucky Press Association Elltor E S Albright of Mt Vernon wont through yesterday EDITOR F J CAMPBELL of tho Somerset Journal was at tho Hustonvlllo lair yesterday and drove down to Stan lord last night to see his legion of old friends Mr Campbell edited this paper many years before tho present f scribbler saw daylight A DELIGHTFUL family reunion took place last Sunday at Warrenwood the bomo of Mr and Mrs William War ron The members of two families wore present to enjoy the occasion tho children and granddaughter of Mrs Amanda McMurtrr and the children fIRDd granddaughter of Mr and Mrs William Warren Advocate LOCALS AN Infant of Will Hilton died at t Rowland yesterday GOOD American Font o on hand Gco B Farris Co PLENTY handmado harness of tho latest pattern on hand J C McClary PETE WHITLEY colored was fined 85 for drunkenness in Judge Carson s court Duo FINISH at Craig k Hookers TilE L Notersanother f 60 roundtrip rate to Cincinnati Sunday Twelve hours In the city FOR SALE OR RENTRelldenco on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E C Walton To FAHMERS I bill In tho mill business and urn hotter prepared over to servo tho people Fair dealing to all Morris Fred Proprie tor Pannier Uollor Mill SALE Coroner Wm Landgraf of Krlegor sold his farm of 40 aorta to John Pruss of Pennsylvania for 81 000 Mr Landgntf will move to Oltcn helm and live lu his property there Miss JONE9 WONMlpli Maudo 5h Popes elocutionary wises at Moreland closed on tbo 20th and Miss Leila Jones won the medal In tho contest at the windup There were 10 contestants Miss Jones woo a medal in May last REFUSED A o moo us that Hon J S Owsloy Sr refused 110000 his splendid farm on rise Crab Orcb dnrd pikes the other day It Is a magni ficent country home and wo congratu late Mr Owllev on his good judgment IiaMILL SALE I2Dillon Sons of Livingston havo sold their s aw and plan log mill to R L Thomas of Ford for 110000 They bravo largo timber Interests on the upper tock castle river In Jackson and Uockcas tie that they will float there and cut Into lumber REPUIILICAN candidates county offices and lor the Legislature met at London and entered Into an obligation and took an oath that they would not use directly or Indirectly money In toxlcatlog liquor or anything of value to Influence voters In the coming re publican primary to be hold Thursday COOK Miss Mary Cook daughter of Mr and Mrs Simeon R Cook of Cooks Springs died yesterday age 22 Her funeral will bo p cached her lato homo at 11 oclock this morn fag and tbo burial will occur at BufTa lo Cemetery this afternoon at 3 oclock A moro extended notice will appear next Issue CI11ze0eody Carpenter of the West End fell out over a dog and fought Wednesday afternoon Mr Frye was painfully ofbut not seriously cut We greatly ratgrot the occurrence and hope that ma tare will soon be satisfactorily settle- between tho neighbors withtoa soy oral years ago a merchant of this place the Danville News prints this nice no taco of him Secretary Bright who has done more than any other man to make the Danville fair a success Is not only a nan of exceptional business ca whoYe ially fit him for the oOlco bo fills so admirably Ills value to this aeeocla tlon can sot be estimated Ho has sue ceeded In enlisting for tbo 1001 exhibi eveer Y grounds and among which Is a visit from the Elks Loago of Lexington BEAZLEY Mrs Embry T Bcazley who had been an Invalid for a year or more died Tuesday a short while after noon She was spending a few days with her husband mother when death came to her relief She had been bathed and tenderly placed in bed by her loving vletore ln law who left her for n few moments only and when oxtlncdh at there had been the least struggle but on the contrary her race showed that she bad passed from lire unto death as the little child tired with play falls into tbo rest of sweet sleep That Mrs Beazloylwas ready to silo there can ho no doubt for her llfo wan that of a beautiful Christian lady She loved her neighbors and did them many deeds of kindness that are at this par titular tlmo so well remembered laved ho her home BOil her klndrod whllo her devotion to her husband who Is now crushed with grief was beautiful indeed The writer hue frequently soon them on thou early morning drives this summer she searching health and strength ere the suns hot rays began to shins and ho olTectlon scaly watching the trail woman enjoy Ing her little outing Realizing no doubt that they could not bo together long Mr and Mrs Bcazloy took pleas uro In making It happy lor coati other and having done all In his power for the woman ha adored he can console himself to some extent by the thought that It la by no ncgleol or thonghtlosa ness of his that she tills so youthful a grave Mrs Bcazloy was Miss Lllllo Logan Grubbs daughter of Capt W E Grubbs of Shelby City and was as much admired at her homo there as she was horn She was a dovout mem ber of the Christian church and a fro quest attendant before her health de sorted her Rev J W Hagln preached a beautiful sermon at tbo Christian church yesterday morning at 10 oclock allot which tbo remains were taken to Danvillo and Interred Go to Craig Bookers for perfect fitting spectacles Cumberland Telegraph do Tele ITllE Co now has a through line to SiWE have a full lino of of Hclnzn preserves ketchup etc and will take orders for November dells cry Call and sco sample Hlgglns S McKinney r DANVILLE FAiR7Mr H C Bright secretary of the Danville fair sends us a complimentary to the Danville lair t next week which wo shall take pleas uro In using four or lire days COME down to the Liberty lair Aug 111610 and Use tho complimentary I enclose you writes clover Hawk Wilklnoon secretary We will make a monster effort to do as he bids us KILLED John Dlsbon whoso par ante live at Mllledgevllle was killed by a freight train at High Bridge Ho was walking on the track when the train backed on him Dlsbon was in tho employ of the railroad company as a section hood LANCASTER The protracted meeting at Mt Tabo- conducted by Rovs Shepherd an Blake closed Wednesday night with 10 additions l Archldeen the six year old daugh DnoIpainfully cut bcrfelf Is reported as doing well On Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Leo HaglD entertained at a candy pull Ing In honor of Miss Ella Leave Re presIIvases typhoid lever being reported and malarial Is almost an epi demic but under the carp of our skill ful physicians all patients are dote g nicelyThe combined business house and Dantway aD d rapidly nearing completion This building will be an ornament to thirt ono of the principal streets and wo are justly proud of It Contractor James I White of Mt Vernon came down Wednesday Ho has taken the contract to put In a now crossing In frost of the Christian ocheYr to none and his work done hero has given en ire satisfaction belledyear many years Thl e excellent fruit Is to be found In great abundano In almost every section of the county Our colored population turns out In full force each day for the country and largo quantities of these berries are placed on the market and sold for 8I coats a gallon A heavy rain fell hero Monday nlghl and Tuesday In consequence whereof the farmers arc going about rejoicing The hemp crop In this county is rather short this year and corn needs more soaking rains to Insure a good yield Wheat was fairly good and with the excellent trope of bay and oats and tho quantities of all kinds of fruit our people haye no ground for complaint Miss Georgia Henry is visiting the Misses Sandlfer In Danville Mrs L la Broadus and son of Round Hill are visiting Mrs Dave Ross Mr T j Broaddus and wife of McCrcary tin returned from a delightful visit to Cin cinnati Mr and Mrs O P Duck at homo after an extended visit to tbo mountains Dr I S Wesley la Dripping Springs Mire Floronco Burnsldo Is the guest of Miss Mary Miller In Richmond Mr Joe 130gb of Richmond was hero to see Miss Sue Laton Sunday Mr David Arnold Nlcholasvllle is ylslilng his son W A Arnold Miss hassle Sbugars who has typhoid lover Is now on the road to recovery rough to the delight of her many friends Mr E W Miller of Vlncennes Ind is vlslllng tbo family of Rev Wolford of the Baptist church She Is to be shortly joined by her bus band Jos Maret the hustling tole phone man from Mt Vernon Is with A H Bastln POLITICAL Collector Sam J Roberts says Col lector Sapp will not bo reappolntcd orMadison county republcans will go through the foolish business of nomi Dating a ticket on the 24th The socialist convention at Indian apolls officially contradicted the report that Eugene Debs had been shelv ed by the convention ExGov Gov Robert Taylor of Tennessee says Rear Admiral Scbloy Is the man for the democrats to nomi note In lOOt for presIdentIThe Alabamaconatltutlonol conven tion by a vote of 104 to 14 adopted the settles of the majority suffrage report containing the grandfather clause At a mass convention of the demo crats of Grant county held at Wll llamstown Saturday resolutions wore passed indorsing exGov McCreary for United States Senator Editor John C Wood of the Mt Sterling Gazette In a lending editorial demands the removal of Sapp and the resignation of his committee for the good of the republican party THIS AND THAT Mark Hardln bought of Col T P Hill a cow for 125 Mrs Carrie Dasbault of Saodusky 0 saw her husband leave a saloon and Immediately wrecked the dramshop Sheriff Leo McHargue of Laurel county has filed suit at London against the Loulsvlllo Commercial for 91000 damages DoyllMarlonat 850 to 809 Ho will buy 1500 sole Ibo ilarrodsburg Democrat Yostkilledhim with bolas the father of her third murdered her babe and committed sul cldoCheap Rates to New York via the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry On August 3rd to 7th Inclusive and August 24 to 28 Inclusive the Merchants Association rates of one and one third faro on the certificate plan will be in effect on the 0 k O The round trip rate on this basis from Lexington and Win chester will be 134 and tickets will be good to stop over at Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia god good returning 30 days from date of sale The C O Is the only line from Lex anddEastern points Write for sleeper berths or any Information desired G W Barney dlv pass agt Lexington Ky CHURCH MATTERS Tbo SalvatioD Army Is working in 4i different countries Tho organiza tion prints 75 periodicals in 21 lan guages Eld J G Livingston writes that T J North will preach at Pine Grove Sunday at 11 A M and at Sugar Groves at night Charles R Long of Louisville hoe been appointed lay delegate from Ken rocky to iho great Methodist confer once In London Rev K G Frank af the First Chris flan church of Philadelphia will assist tbo minister In a protracted meeting at the Christian church here beginning Aug llth MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Miss Marjory Shel by and William S Lawwlll of Dan vlllo will take place at Arcadia on Wednesday evening August 14th An Indiana man Is suing for divorce because his wile boat him The man who would stead sod let a woman beat wayrFHRM FOR SALE I ofMcllnn81twodwelllnKIboth nnd well watered into tanoldln two wholeForJ 8 bIO LEY McKlnney Ky SALE OF PERSONAL TY As admlnUtmtor of the lato Dr Ed M McKinneyThursday August IB I9OI aaSuperior disc drill Dcerlnc binder Doer log mower rake farm and garden tools poundstobacco230busholeve rick of oat straw or tobacco sticks beeireother things too numerous to mention cashatlntcreatNoticePersons oncThosepresent them proper v proven to mo nt once OtQ It JONES Admr Yosemite ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins ot McKlnneye Storey Telephone FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD SY- CapltsiStock 850000 Sarplui 10000 This Initliutlonorflnall7 established u the De posit Bank ofmtnforil in 1853 then reorganized the National Dank of Stanton In 1863 anJagali organised as the Flnt National Dank of Stanforc n 18S2kaa hail practically an uninterrupted txlit locator 41 yean It la better supplied now wit facilities for transacting Dullness promptly and txalljttiantTtr before In its long and bonoiab area Accounts of Indltiiloali UJucUrlei and Indltl Jusli solicited nuetn F Held Lincoln Co 8T Hurl J S Hater It WP Walton JW llsydeo ughman Tr Rill W UCollUrCrabOrchd Jai Robinson IJ DElmor 8tanford UubbleI J S Rocker President Stanfuf 8 B R A TribbU ostcaas J J McRoberU CuhJ 1 I I an Stock of in Wo In FancyGroceries Stoves Woodenware Refrigerators Ice Chests Coolers CM and see our Opcra1Ioll8e We also carry I the wellknown Columbian Stoves and fulliline of other fitoves and Salt LImo and Cement JOHN BRIGHT JR COj Last WeekOf The CUT PRICE SHOE SALE A great our customers have taken advantage of this cut price sale and fully appreciate our liberal methods in doing business Ifyon havent been in to us and will need within the next six months delay but come at once Sale Closes August 4th youWeand positively will not let the goods go out of the house without the SPOT CASH JOIN P JONfS Stanford EimflimE I Before The Invoke takes place Aug we 4Which some bargains in all departments especially in Summer Goods Our stock of thin goods is complete you find some splen theI c iipiatea buying anything in summer dry goods or shoes let us ii1show you our money savers I Severance Sons 1 a EW7 J B UGGIES UGGIES UGGIES The Largest Best Selected Vehicles Central Kentucky Have Now Stock Tinwau Hardware Glassware Chinaware Freezers New Ranges Also many of see shoes dont rare still and will 1150 erebOUJhttP marginrleJespecialOWe Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Bruce Bright Danville WALL PAPE rARLO + The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially invited to cnll and examine the handsomest of Imported Wall Paper 1 Ever shown in this section from the hcapest to the most expensive made We haveiin our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at possible price lie also have a full line of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Danville u INTERIOR JOURNAL n the yotlofflce at Stanford at IrHE matter efts ayr AndF clILVil- YEAR CASH not lopat41112CO will becbarced A S PRICE I SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Office ow MeBobertaDrni Store In the OerUulldlng McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop r Moiaay Kv Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Mot Hran Chicken Feed c Prices very reasonable Our D V Keaaedptom grinding a specialty Miller Executors Notice I The creditors of D W Vandovocr decd are herebuy notified to present their claims against lIald estate by Sept IDOl duly as required law All personsproven owing said estate arc requested to settle This Oth day of July 1101 k AnTILA J VANDEVEEK Executrix of the will of D W VanUeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Dorses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Managers Sate of Personalty August 17 Asadmlnlitratorotthefstateof the late Jchn T0IIsIrI will Smiles rut of Stan August on the ford the personalty conslsthg of tour good cows and calves also two young bores 3 an blacksmith- tools a Tllra road cut householdand kitchen lurotture and ocher to mention Terns made things too numerous known on day of rile Sale will comment promptly It oclock J PbAtlctr Amr H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYST- JNDEBTAEEBS DJULEBJ IS Furniture Mnttln jsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE XY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Vrlt For PriCes PRUITT BROS MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery TO PROPERTY OWNERS For fair and liberal adjustments of loseos I recommend to all property owners of lJn- fev counties Homo Insurance and adjoining Company of Now York represented- rv Jesse D Wearen Stanford Ky On t insured my property In the abevo com uny and tact my property by fire June 18 tor which the company settled with mo sromptly and liberally Respectfullr OW o DA DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 19 examined and glasses ecientl0callyadjusted Office hours 0 a tn to 5 pm Farmers Roller Mills STAIJFOBD KY MORRIS FRED Puormrrou I desire to announce to the public that I im ready to do any and all grind Ing and that I wtU at all times tarnish the best o- fTlour Moal SWpstuff Chicken Food Etc and I solicit alowestAt the very hare of your patronage promising to give ron the best needyour but bear lu mind al waVI that I MbRIUS FRED Pror patronage Drs Slaving Phillips OSTEOPATH1STS WID be In DanTUle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays WUI be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sit Once In the Pennlntfnn DulldlolStlnrordol- ice hours 9 to 12 Mj Ito4rii I OSTEOPATHYT- his Science origInated and detetopel by Dr A T StUI of Uruvlne Mo depends on the Its reand Physiologyof Anatomy lulU Itrequiranolatth nodrugtno rubbing osurgical In dalma super natural Olteopathr views man a a machine of so many 1Inotll and orerworkedihealth are properly adjusted not II the treated by us Nervous diseaseSome of the UhfumatlsmHeadachesroslranon CatarrbJ erland Lung seCoaltipation ah Stem Ptlea UallStoneaJEDlargtd J inli Spin Cualur t atonsStldJolnta Diseases of specialtyConultation la Female a Free MONEY Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J S OWSLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply MONEY TO LOAN dollars and overthousandIn sums of one at 5 cent Lon time on rarms only per A TRIBHLE 9mStanford Ky JG+ MccbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalcar In HARNESS SADDLEBY iC Stanford Ky I Stafford Fenpale College A Christian Home School for the higher education ol girls and young ladles Ilea all the grades of the best city grammarschools and in addition the full regu lar courses of study of tho best female colleges In the State Four departments of study Literary and rJclentlflc Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual sessIon will open Mondiy September 2d Tuition fees range from flO to 125 per term of 20 weeks Boird tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks Sl00 For catalogue address IB CT PINKERTON Z ririj Stanford Ky- Doing Well Tho following from J 0 McAllUlet of Morcland who U now at Galesburg III with bIll string of horses show that bo Is doing well and Retting bls part of the mono I will write you a low lines to let you know what wo are doing with Dr Monlcal We madoou first start at St Joo Mo July 2 In the 250 pace for 9400 and won In sin tlmo best time being 220 Started same placo on July 6 In 225 paco for 1100 lost first beat in 210 but woo noxi three In 220 2201 and 221 We shipped from there to Davenport Ia on the Oth and started him on the 81b la 240 pace for SOO which he won 10 straight heats on a rotten track Tbo great John R Potte that sold for 85 000 tbo week before could not rnak Dr Monlcal extend himself any part of the mile We shipped from there to Des Moines Iowa started again 00 tbo 10th in the 22j paco for 8600 aod won first heat in 2121 lost next boa by an eyelash In 2091 won the next by a neck la same tlmo but they aooouoc cd It a dead heat so I won the next casy Started him again on the 13th or a purse of 8COO I won first beat 1- 0212i lout the second In 215i won the birdie 211 and fourth in 210 Oat I see the Horse Review says his hard aces are telling on him in flesh acd action I wish to say for tho benefit of ny Lincoln county friends that bo has lot had a hard race yet and if ho docs have one I am sure It will not hurt hIm for wo got him ready to race before starting out Dr Monlcal Is In as good flesh as when bo started in hIs first race and has a record of 200 He started five times In three weeks woo first money ovary time Full amount of purees was 82800 and bo Is entered 10 810000 in stakes and purses to be aced yet J O MCALLISTEK MANY TUAN7SWO see from the ISTERIOR JOURNAL that Messrs Geo C Keller and J M Alverson are to get out a dally for the Euitonvlllo fair this week These boys are made of tho Ight stuff are chock full of enterprise up to the collar and the Hustonvlllo people will appreciate their efforts Ed Valton Is In It alto as be furnishes tbe ofllce facilities and a Little Brit aIueeascity gets up the cuts Danville News There Ii more Catarrh In this section of the ceunlry than all otkerdlM aks put together and until the lut raw yen vaiuupnxnl to be In aD- dable For a treat many ye rra doctors It a local dlwaM and pmc thud local rtmtnoJ and by constantly Ulllnc to irure with Icbtdle- lmnt It loco able Sflencemt oten cattrrh to be a constitutional disease erofonrequires comtitutlonaltreatment IIIlII- Catarrb Cure manufactured br K J Cheney A on Co curthelrom drops to a teaspoonful It acts dlrecUr the blood mucous surface ol the system They oller one hundred dollirs for aD caw It falls cure Send lor circulars and t Imonlals Addnet FJCIIENEYdCUToledo0 Sold b draagsus 75c Liens Fsmlly Mils are the hat RAND ORQEOUS EXCURSION ON Sea SILLS WRITE rOR CATALOG LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Twentyfive good hogs for sale M J Murphy Klngsvllle Ky Hot weather has killed or disable 2100 horses fn Now York City L C Ewing the Parksvllle tnlllei bought of Taylor his crop 01 wheat at 47c Jack Arnold of Pcndtcton bad a 12acro field of oats that avcrap cd 50 shocks 10 bundles to the shod about 75 buNbels to the acre The drouth In Kentucky has been broken by rains which have fallen In nearly every portion of the State oral Ing the outlook for mho late crops nnd tobacco much brighter David Castlcman of Snakcrtowt raised over 4000 bushel of wheat 011 some of hit land the average was 26 bushels an acre and his whole crop was above the storage On August Sib 1001 promptly at 2 P M Mrs Anna F Qulsouberry w1l1 sell at auction on the grounds of Tbo New Central Kentucky Fair Assocla Non at Danvllln Ky 20 Reglstcrci Jersey cows and holler from her celebrated herd The breeding and tndl vlduallly of these cattle are firstclass Apply for catalogue to Robert T QuI senborrr Danville Ky A MINISTERS GOOD WORK had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemody tool wo dotes and was entirely cured eays Rev A A Power of Emporla Jvan My neighbor across the street was lick lor over a week hUll two or thrao batt Its of medicine from the doctor lie used hem for three or four without ro let then called in another doctor who teatcil him for some days without relief 60 discharged him I wont over to sea ilm the next morning Ho said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they bad been running so long that it was almost bloody flux 1 asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and iiarrhoaa Remedy and ho said No I rent home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take pother dose in 15 Or minutes if he did not find but ho took no more and was entirely cured I think it Is the belt medicine I have ever tried For sale by Craig dr Hocker druggists Adolph Hartman of Duluth fought a duel with swords with Lt Pacbmann of the German army In which both meo received a number of serious rounds The German officer jugular yclo was severed and the American wae declared the victor Ice melts at 32 degrees water bolts t 212 degrees lead melts at 604 de areClI and the heat of a common coal tlro is 1140 decrees c L GOVERThe Undertader and Embalmer Danville Kentucky We have Just received a handsome new hearse and ate fully equipped for directing funerals OUR REPAIRIAG EEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stering Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Mr Gover is president and Mr Nichols secretary of the Boyle and Lincoln County Burial of which Is to for the expenses of its members and are the associatIons undertakers J S GoOlle le the gent Lincoln Cqunty Phone 175 New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronage will ho appreciated Goode delivered promptly Call andsce us WaW SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street j5 f6eQ l1- 1llklrklltw Y oaa IIIIt t ti TROttING VtQ ANQ sac E t GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WEDS AUG 14- VF soCK AN0 ART6xH1B1r8 S5SGrOOOII II IGANTIC U8EMENT TRACTION AND THE MOST 50000 II INCLUDING UPERBIII ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised for the ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND II RATES Alt RAILROAD SMALL ILLUSTRATED John count days 20 relief ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN Seoy LEXINGTON KY The Danville fair j 1I l- igit1 e6th 7th 8th aid 9th Rings for almost everything and v Liberal Premiums on all WRITE FOR CATALOGUE H C BRIGHT Secretary GEO F ANDERSON Pres For Good Goods AT Low Prices Callon George H Farris Co Get Rich I Others bare done to why cant you Deposit your money with the THE AYETTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY 4 lllicro it will be safe and Increase While You Sleepo 4 r JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent GO TO W B VlcRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead l Linseed Oil Ready Mixeda Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stainst We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of Mil Kinds Corn AVhent Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pences ban ford NESCE1tPTO1ES1see8 0 GO Receive tho most careful attention and f Are Filled With Tffe Best material p The Lowest OAH PrIces CIAIIG MK o l GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT The Racket Store Stanford KyAt BO cents on the dollar is an opportunity of a life tlmo to buy ivory at abso lutoly half price Now is your time to buy J5 1014 60 EU Jiff and 81250 and mens suits at 60p on the dollar All of these suite are well tailored and toluroFair Honest Hoods at Half Price t t Wo also offer our entire stock of dry goods notions ladles and Rent furnishings shoes hats caps trunks and valises at 60c on the dollar Como see for yourself 61 there le nothing reserved aincryo dollar worth of spring and summer goods mnst go by Aug J6 ID01 highest rice paid for all klnde country produce JACOB GlNSnUUG Pror TIlE KAOKET 8TOKS STANFORD FOR SALEIIouse and lot on Main Street horse surrey and spring wagon Q 4 M wo