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Tir rt F TJ CLC SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1f VOL XXIX I STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 6 1901 9 A M NO 46 NEWS NOTES Evansvllle lad suffered a 1200000 fire Illinois Central R R shops at PaduI cab eulTerml a 823000 fireIJimmy Wolf tho former ball player and fireman will bo sent to Lakeland Asylum Henry Ilcaalcy committed suicide at Elkhart Ind on account of business troublesIDuring tho first three tnoDlhs Pan American Exirailtlon the attend ante was 272 003 George W UaocW the historian and capitalist of Lexington was Killed by a train near that city Theatrical Manager Brooks eaya that Mary Anderson can not bo Induced toI rciumo her stago career At Browniton W Va Wyatt liar lest killed Maudo Policy his iwcot heart and then shot himself A suit hat been brought In Lexlncf ton Involving tho owncrihlp of 600 shares of stoclfln tho Phounlx Hotel of that city It Is stated that 30672 persons perI- shed at the hands of homicides in this country during the Qvo years ending with 1000 The First National Dank of Austin Texas has been closed by tbo govern meet Exccslyo loans are said to be i causeMrs T Hemming of Central City W Va and three children were i drowned by the laptlzlng of a boat In the Ohio river Eighteenthe 22 roads having terminal facilities InChicago aro said to contemplate tho erection of a 110000 000 union depot t A 11000000 ship building plant Is toI bo established at an Alabama port on Mobile flay Employment will bo giv en to 3OOOm- eaJcauuicauaed Private Louis flag i gerty of tho 10th United States artll Jlery to kill hIswife and himself on Sullivans Island The government receipts for JulyI woro 152320310 and tho expenditure were 152307690 leaving a surplus of 112760 for tho month M Santo Dumont the Brazilian aeronaut made another unsuccessful 1aemplln Paris to win the prize otTer jcd for a dirigible balloon Tbo L N railroad has arranged for a steamship lino Irom New York to Pensacola by which freight will be bill ed as far North as Nashvlllo The Indications are that the labor troubles In San Francisco will bo pro longed settling down at length to aI question of physical endurance Alonzo Ward was overcome by gas In a well and died near Palnlsvlllo and before tho body could be recovered a little child of Ward foil In and was drowned Three Negroes mother dauchter 1and ton wore lynched at Carrollton Miss They were suspected of being y Implicated In the murder of Mr and Mrs Talllafcrro Charles Davis on trial for rape at Smlthvlllc Teen sought to Introduce testimony attacking the character of his victim and was taken from the courtroom and lynched Peter Arlund was elected president of the company organized In Louisville to build a railroad to connect Madison f Ind with Nashville Teen running dl rect through Kentucky Tho White Pats and Yukon railroad is to be extended 200 miles from Wblto Horse to Fort Selkirk on the Yukon 200 miles above Dawson The cost of f the extension will bo 3000000 The resources and liabilities o tho National banks of Louisville July 15 were 131110027 20 The individual do Posits wore 1943109147 and the aver J p ago reserve bold was 2320 per cent In the last 15 years the mileage of IncorIfrom 4000 to 7OOJ In the same tIme the annual earnings havo Increased from 30000000 to 03002000 IlarryMcCarly of Nlcholasvllle was elected president of tho Kentucky I Press Association at Madlsbnvlllo Thomas O Watklne of Louisville was elected vlco president and Robert E I Mornlngstar of Bowling Green was reflected secretary Gov Ueckbam has pardoned Glenn StcfTy of Hopkins county who was serving a life sentence In tho penlten tlary for complicity In tho murder of I Hewlet Howton a victim of regulators 17 The petition for pardon was the larg 1 cat ever presented at Frankfort in be half of a prisoner President Shatter of the Amalga mated Association has been Kin n power to call out every man who Is connected with tho organization and t he has Issued a statement In which ho declares that within a week all union men and all union men at heart in tho t employ of the United States Steel Corporation will bo asked to Join the strike and that tbo question of whether unionism Is to stand or fall will bo settled by tbo contest He states that bo thinks the present contest will be tbo greatest industrial battle the world has ever IKing McNamara the Lexington mur has been located near Seattle At Plcasurovlllc Pa Mrs Sarah Knaub wee accidentally shot by her sister Sbo dldntknow she was wound for 10 minutes when sbo fell over and died It Is said that tho recent develop mont In the Lexington gambling situation have brought matters to a climax and that a special session of the grand jury way bo called to Investigate the charges that protection money was paid to prominent city officials New York and Chicago capitalists have acquired 18000 acres of asphalt lends In Warren Hart Edmonson and Graysoo counties and will develop them to their fullest extent A plant costing 250000 will bo built to crush the asphalt Tho company will operate M own lino of barges and tugs POLITICAL Tbo Virginia constitutional convene tion has adjourned until Aug 22 It Is said that Supp will retain tho of lice of collector but bo must resign as chairman of the republican committee It Is very likely that Madison county republicans will nol nominate a candi date for representative Just as well notSenator Tlllman In a speech al Ma rlnotto WIs defended lynching In the South His remarks were heartily ap Henry Darker said that be would bo n candidate for tho court of appeals to succeed Judge DuHellc of the Loulsvlllo district Charles C Vogt and oarauel Grab felder ore mentioned as possible candidates for the republican mayoralty nomination In Loulsvlllo Hon Morgan Chine of Harrodsburg who represented his county creditably In the General Assembly of Kentucky Is a candidate for clerk of the court ol appeals The Maryland Democratic State Convention adopted a platform dealing entirely with State Issues Tbo chief plank Is the promise to eliminate the Negro vote Gov Dcckbam has appointed Judge M U Ilhorcr of Mlddlesboro a dole gate to represent Kentucky at tbo South Carolina and West Indian Ex position to be hold at Charleston Dec 1 to Juno 11002 AdaIr democrats nominated the following ticket County Judge J WIButler Attorney Jim Garnott Jr Sborlir S P Miller Clerk C T Cooley Jailer S U Mitchell School Superintendent J W Flower The democratic committee of the 15th judicial district met at Burlington Sat urday and declared Judge John M Lasting tbo nominee to fill out the un expired term of the lato Judge Green The district is democratic by a largo Capt JI Hampton arrived In Manila ho found that by a mistake ho was reported as having failed to pass his physical examination for cap tale and quartermaster In tho regular army Another man was named In his place It la presumed that the preil dent will give him the first vacancy LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Cresccus lowered his record to 2021 at Columbus Ohio Friday Twentyfive good hogs for sale M J Murphy Klngsvlllc ICy Llpps S Co the Uustonvlllo millers want to buy all your wheat at hlghcit market price J W James of Crab Orcliard sold to Thomas Dugan of Boyle a harness mare for 8550 Owing to the scarcity of grain care in the West the Kansas farmers Bro ex periencing dllllculty In moving their C F Clay mare Lcola owned by Jako Huguely of this city trotted a mile for Al Hutchlngs at the Lexing ton track In 214 New Black boar shoot now weighs about 100 pounds came to my place month ago Owner call and pay for keep and tbls notice Josiah Bishop Huston vllle + Commissioner of Agriculture Nails report shows that crops In Kentucky have been seriously affected by tho drouth Corn and tobacco have suffered severely while the potato crop In many sections of tho Stato has been ruined At the Huston villa fair Friday Jesse C Lynnbought of A E Hundley his gray saddle mare for 8230 Mr Lynn wonUomoments later for 1300 making 20 on her besides winning the premium ot 815 and a little wager IT SAVED HIS BYBY Wy baby was terribly tick with tho diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr J II Dcrnk of Williams Oro I am hap py to say It gavo imnjedfato relief and a complete cure For sale by Craig A Hooker druggists TilE HUSTONVILLE FAIR SPLENDID EXIUtllTiCN AND AN ENJOY AI1LB EVENT Another Hustonvllle fair is a memo ory and a very pleasant memory It is The exhibition ended In a blazo of glo ry Friday afternoon and all that Is now to be done Is to straighten up the matters and then declare a dividend While there have been larger crowds In tho history of the association sure ly there never were better behaved or batter disposed ones than attended each of the three day Splendid or der was preserved throughout and If anything was said or done that would have hurt the feelings of oven u child we are not cognizant of It It was a good humored happily disposed gath ering where thought of business cares and troubles were set aside for tho nonco The show of stook was very fine and the management of the fair was perfect President Gill Cowan his vicepresidents and dIrector Secreta ry W D Uockor his assistants and Treasurer J H Rocker worked in sea son and out to make the fair a success and make all feel that It was good to be there and we congratulate them on their achievement As stated before beautiful women and gallant beaux were there from many sections of the State and the fair was as much of a succci socially as it was otherwise Wo are sorry the fair la over because we didnt get enough of It and the thought of walling a long year for an other worries us The following are the awards for Friday the last day ron SADDLE runrosEs 63 Stallion mare or getting 1 year and under 2M 10 00 E P Carpenter prom C T San dldgo cert 61 Mare 2 years and under 8NN 10 00 C T Sandldgc prera and cert 55 Mare 3 years and under 4 15 00 C T Sandldge prem J T Cren thaw cert 60 Mare 4 Tears and over 15 00 Allen Eddie prem J T Crenshaw cert 67 Stallion mare or gelding 2 find under 3 10 00 C T Sandldge prem and cert 5S Stallion or gelding 3 years and under4 10 CO J T Crensbaw prem C T Sandidge cert ro Stallion 4 years and ovtr 20 00 J T Crensbaw prem and cert Stallion any ngeM 25 00 J T Crensbaw prem and cert rots UARXlUl PURPOSES 01 Phaeton pony under 15 hands 10 00 Watt Frlolda prem Joe Tarkington certR- eCKAWAY RIO 02 Hockavray mare or gelding 16 00 Tip Bruce prem W W Lyon cert J C Lynn prem Webb cert SADDLE punrosrs t3 Walking stallion mare or gold leg 15 00 Allen Edelln prem Doe Drye cert 51 Fancy saddle ware or gelding 20 00 J T Crensbaw prem J C Bailey cert 05 Fancy turnout 15 00 J T Crensbaw with Miss Jessie Cook prem J C Bailey and wife cert MODEL RING 60 Model stallion mate or gelding 10 00 Regardless of age shown by halter or bridle C T Sandldgo prem J C Bailey certC- OMBINED RING 07 Mare or gelding any age 20 00 J T Crcoshaw prem Doe Drve cert SWECPSTAKB ROADSTER RING 03 Stallion mare or gelding any age 150 00 75 to 1st J50 to 2d 25 to 3d Speed style and durability considered C C Harris prem I C James cert R E Goddard 3rd Mrs Dr Leo F Huffman and hand some daughter Mlsa Anne Cook Huff man of Lexington attended the fair FridayThe shirt waist hop was a delightful affair The boys all wore white shirtwaists and looked and kept as cool as you please Her friends were glad to see Mrs W C McAfee at the fair Pltteburg Pa eeems to agree with her as sho Is even handsomer than she used to be George Goode wife and handsome children of Covlnpton took in the fair each day George loves Hustonylllo as well as be did when ho lived there The fancy turnout ring was n beauty Indeed In It wore J T Crcnebaw with Mies Jesalo Cook who got tbo premium J C Bailey and wife who got second money T P Bruce with MIss Jessie Powell Len Shannon and lady and Rufus Llpps and Howard Camnltz The judges were Misses Ag nee Andrews of Seymour Ind Pearl Pelton of Somerset and Mrs F F Sandldgo What most people want is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in elect For salE by Craig Rocker DruggIstsI J i LANCASTER Henry Patterson sold 00 lambs to LI F Robinson at ea which Is1 about Hoper pound R H Bateon will represent the Christian church at the State Conven tion to be held at Danvjle Aug 20 21 and 22 In the absence of the young gifted correspondent MUs Lenna Hobbs 1 promised to send a few lines from this sectionIf would offer thanks after they get a rain their prayers for one readilyWoMajor R Klnnalrd la a candidate for reelection to the office of mayor of our city He has made an excellent officer and will defeat any man who opposes him endItberries and now corn though scarce goingA H Beetle has contracted to place- a number of telephones In the Buckeye and Paint Lick sections Our clllzena wonder bow they ever got along without them Miss Eliza Lusk is presiding over the teachers institute with prospects for a full and profitable session She la an alwayshasCapt Louis Landram has returned from the press convention at MadltonIvllle Ho very wisely work on his excellent paper to the long and tiresome trip through the West suplrvlsIonhaving plenty of metal put on them and they will soon bo ready for the supervisorOnwas threshing wbeat t H C Arnolds the straw caught fire and the separator burned It was worth about 500 with no Insurance Mr Arnold lost 300I bushels ol wheat by the fire Keller S Alversona dally Issues of the INTERIOR JOURNAL were highly praiseworthy Why not make a spike team by adding Ed Walton with an oc casional pull by tbe old wheel horse W P Walton and give us a few more dallies 2 Drs Klnnalrd Acton Wesley Her ring Grant Burnett and Sandlln at tended the Garrard County Medical Society meeting at Paint Lick Friday evening They bad a profitable meet fog and are loud In theIr praises of tbe Paint Lick people It has been said that the republicans will soon name a lamb to bo sacrificed In tho State Senatorial race If they dont lookout they will offer a goat tbe blood of which la not efllcacloue No difference who enters the race for See ator Farris and his friends have art ranged for his election Miss Katherine Walters Is recover Ing after an attack of fever Mrs C W Frlsble of St Louis Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John W Miller Mr James Burden of Chicago Is with Mr J Paul Miller Mr John NorrIs visited his parents at Frankfort Mrs Oiec Huffman has returned to Louis ville Miss Lettlo May McRoberts has returned from Hopklnsvllle Mrs David Thompson an estimable lady age 54 years died on Thursday night Funeral services were conduct ed by Eld A R Moore at the residence on Friday afternoon and many friends and relatives followed the remains to Lancaster cemetery She was a mom ber of the Chrlsllan church a devoted wife and mother Her husband and two eons Robert and Booth survive her The floaters are In evidence and they are more annoying than the locusts were and they can destroy a mans crop as quickly as locusts do Each candidate is busy proving that bo la the best man but the democrats have the best proof The truth U tbe entire democratic ticket will be elected They are all competent successful business men and they are letting no grass grow under their feet There Is no reason why they should not win and there are some who are willing to wager hard cash on the election of each democrat- Ic candidate from constable to coroner and representative CHURCH MATTERS Rev Godfrey Hancock pastor of West Asbury Park N J M E church was stricken with paralysis while preaching and foil into his sons arms He died In the afternoon The late Christian endeavor conven tion held in Cincinnati was a frost from the viewpoint of the railroads Ar ran emeDts bad been mado to accom modate 50000 and the joint ticket agent reports that not more than 3000 attend ed A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lalns Pain Balm For sale br Craig Hockey druggists Look Fresh And Spotless For The Fair Our Swell line of Clothing Negligee Shirts Hats Belts will fill the bill to your satisfaction IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Yourmoney back if youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frohman St Co I At Your Own Price Ladics and Childrens Slippers and Gents Straw Hats Only n few left but if they suit you the price will not split the trade Look at them TERMS CASH I H J McROBERTS I SUPERIOR t iw 11 It PISC I OHIO OW- NWHEELS scrl s rtanDAX PUll DISCS oC tWID HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford 6 ePt Sc HARROW 1QPi III IICC REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study vizi Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Postgraduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a masters degree Each course of study is organized a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more than thirty professors Instructors APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent in dormitory COUNTY and if they ten months traveling The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive- and modern The lost Legislature appropriated 530000 for a college home for young women and a drill ball and gymnasium has been provided for men Military tactics and science are fully provided for as required by Con Fosltlonsability of the to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620 tot catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K 1ATTEHSON D LL D President Fall term begins September I 1901 LEXINGTON KY p rr FY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r E C WALTON- REPUBLICAN NOMINEES The deed la donedone slickly well i done for those who like the tort oI thing that was done and the manner of r the doing It Our republican friends the U S gaucors postmasters and a coterie ol their allieson last Saturday placed In nomination for five count ty offices tho elect of their party and instructed for a candidate for State Senator to oppose Hon G T Farris The proceedings smacked loudly of apptora but we pass that by as no concern of ours If the republicans want to submit to the dictation of a few bosses and ringmasters bo It eo It Is rct not our funeral We are not even an j honorary pall bearer Tho INTERIOR u JOURNAL being a democrat of the straltsst sect which has never scratch ed a ticket nor swapped a hose while crossing the spring branch and by tokens known for its fair dealing 4qwith all parties will give to the repub lican nominees the like consideration It has given our own party candidates It has heretofore published slight sketch es of the democratic nominees and as far as we are enabled to gather Infor I oration out of the Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Kentuck lane we will treat the public to a sim- Ilar line of biography D D EDXUSTON YMR heads the list as the nominee for county judge Mr Edmls ti ton possesses one requisite of a judicial officer Without the slightest difficul ty he tae look on both sides of the question He can go further than that He can advocate both sides of a ques tion He can even beat that He can decide for both sides of a question Painfully wo must admit that Judge Bailey cant do that much Mr Edmls ton proves all things and holds fast to that which is good for himself Brief as Is this encomium it may appear to those who are not acquainted with him If Indeed there be such rather highly eulogistic But the facts on which we base It are as follows In 1S74 Mr E first appeared before the Lincoln county public as a candidate for circuit clerk on an Independont aatt democrat- Ic ticket It was a good year In Lin coin for that sort of a ticket and Mr E came under the string a winner He Immediately aligned himself with the regular organization of the democratic party voted for its nominees gave his counsel and money for them and at the end of a year went out of the office a wooldyed democrat Subsequently he was nominated by the democrats for the Legislature was elected as a dem- ocratr served two years In that ca pacity In 1893 ho was appointed by President Cleveland to the office of storekeeper gauger in the revenue service He held on to this not for getting to draw his per diem per days Senator Deboe bath It until McKIn ley came In At the advent of his ad- ministrationt Mr Edmiston began to think he had looked on one side of the question long enough Though not at that time a judlctal officer the equlta ble qualities of his mind suggested that he take a peep at what McKinley w had to say for the republicans With k him to think was to resolve to resolve p was to act and bo acted The poet bath ItII Act well your part there all the honor lies Mr Edmlston achieved the honor He jumped right into tbo 4middle kettles of the republican party and to his amazement we will not say r to his consternation McKInley contin ued him In office as storekeepergaug er and there he is today Now who will have the hardihood to say In the 1zlight of this brief biography that Mr Edmiston does not know a good thing i when he sees it and who will say that ty he Is not always on the look out for a good thing and who will say that the county judgeship Is not a good thing I MR JOHN N MENEFEE r We clear our throat with a most au dible ahem before beginning this sketch Mr Menefeo owns some of the sagacious qualities of the head of hU ticket He is at present mayor of the city of Stanford If he lived In Lon don ho would be called Lord Mayor But what Is an ordinary every day Lord Mayor to sheriff of a wealthy county like Lincoln and thats what Mr Menefeo wants to be Mr Mcnefce was for a long Ions time a democrat pd How long dear readers do you ask We can not precisely say but may safely answer just as long as he was sheriff by the grace of the democratic party And how long was he sheriff by democratic grace Only three terms t Now we do not at all Intimate that the tdemocratlc party grow tired of Mr Menefee It did not nor can we be lieve that Mr Menefee grew tired of the party Some people whose minds are over given to suspicious and vague conjectures might suspect that Mr Menefee thought that ho would stand a better ohancefor the nomination for sheriff from the republicans than from tho democrats and for that reason sim ply changed his fellowship instead of his principles ButMr Menefeo wants the sherlffalty thats plain Ho took It three times as a democrat and judg ing from this ho would be willing to take it again from the eame source But as that cant be now he la willing k r to take it from the republicans We commend this spirit of resignation It exhibits great humility When a man Is willing to lay fiat of his back and pray Good Lord Good Devil t Whatever either one In mercy sends that do I gratefully receive then that roan must be resigned to his fate Adieu for the present MR HEN H lUNG Mr King stands for representative Ho Is a consistent republican There Is no turncoat or llopover In him Be tog an out and out republican a mid dle of tho road republican we are somewhat surprised that ho should willing to turn down his old party ai sociates who desired to be nominated for judge and sheriff for those who had fought him In so many battles M- King we are assured did not want this place but ho has a pocketbook it ii expected that he will untie the string and tell the other candidates to help themselvesMR HOLTZCLAW MR CY WALL These gentlemen are respectively for assessor and jailer Wo know but little of them except that they are repub licans It Is said that Mr Walls once voted the democratic ticket but that is so long ago that ho can plead limitation to the felony If we have omitted anything In these sketches hastily prepared and without full opportunity for investigation we will on being advised give a fuller aCt count hereafter Meanwhile the INTERIOR JOURNAL proposes to be In this fight for the good of Its party and for the good of Ita county We have the men on whom we can rely The Inter est of every poor man every rich man every good man in Lincoln county is at stake According to our best judgment that Interest Is advanced by the elect Lion ot the democratic and the defeat of the republican ticket To pay a debtjs a proper thing It Is an honest thing If done with a proper motive To pay it only because thaw can make you or because you expect to gain some selfish end by It docs not speak very highly for the integrity ot the payor The republicans have been engaged sometime In buying up dishonest democrats We mean dis honest rascals who posed as democrats For some of them they paid actual cash la band For some of them they paid offices which is as good as cash For some of them they executed promissory rotes These notes are paid or not accordingly as the promlssor may conclude his purchase is worth the contract price The bosses promise nomi nations for good offices In Louisville Boss Sapp didnt keep his promise but gate the nominations to middle of the road republicans Booker Reed who had left the democrats because they wouldnt any longer teed him wee promised the mayorshlp of Louisville But when the time came Boss Sapp concluded that Booker and his whis kers and his wind and his gas and his bad breath were not altogether worth the price So be kicked Booker In his tender parts and started him In another mad race for his civil liberties And now all the civil liberty following in Louisville sets up a dismal yell Out here In the country the bosses propose it Is said to keep their prom leee better And really it looks that way They are offering to give the renegade democrats the best things In the house Good juicy steak broiled ham with red gravy shortened corn bread coffee sweetened with store su ar are all held out for the wanderer who returneth from the wild while the reliable old republican who dates hlb principles and his votes back to the days of Lincoln who has borne the heat and burden of many a contests told that he cant have even a kid to make merry with his friends The redeemed the purchased democrats must have the kid and the fatted calf and the ring and the best robe In the bouse THE DANVILLE COURIER R 0 Cunninghams now paper Is out at last His salutatory has the right ring and if ho lives up to it and keeps as good a run of advertising as he starts with ho Is bound to make both fame and fortune The paper Is a clean looking readable seven column folio and will be published on Friday of each week CONGRESSMAN GEOROEG GILBERT was one of the distinguished gullets at the Hustonville fair and he received much attention Our Congressman Is very warm for Gov Jas B McCreary for U S Senator and thinks he will win on the first ballot Gov McCreary deserves anything he wants from the democrats said the Congressman A CHICAGO judge has decided that a woman has not the right to go thro her husbands pockets and can be pun- Ished If she does Now let them take warning and quit the useless and fool ish habit ot feeling around In the old mans pockets for money love letters etc etc THIS AND THAT Perry Hampton and Tllford Benges were seriously injured in a fight In Clay county The Bauer Cooperage Gos stave factory at London suffered a 84000 fire with no Insurance Hiram Mead aged S of Ashland tripped and fell while playing with an open knife and the blade entered his breast killing him instantly f j L f4f J JTJ n t Why Is It The Louisville Store Is Always Crowded L l r t THERE ARE FOUR REASONS WHY 1st Because 2dBecause a LLII I I J I I I +III lt The kind you pay lOc for In other stores on 7 gross left at Sc Kid Gloves all sites and eludes real value 1150 tc close will sell at 15 yard wide worth lOc a goat 5C worth Old to 7c goat 5C Dest Cotton yard wide worth Cc at 4C Misses fast black and tan seam less Hose worth lOc a pair rt 5c I r aIooIo a r At Joe Stultz shot and killed John Hicks of The Is dead L C Ewing the miller 200 of corn in Casey at first rain of any since May fell in the cotton belt Dallas Texas The for the of at Aug 16 has been of Gov Thos G Jones of was to death by a street car at a was and injur ed by in Four at made a raid on the JiOO Mrs Dick Is dead and her is dying at Ga from the effects of a pet dogs bite The canine was mad said W H Let me see a Jones at to a deal was he blow his out James aged 48 was found dead In bed at his home on the Perry near It Isyule pike him oIL that heart The body of a fruit tree was found In agent county fife fellow Is and It la was also the of of Maj E El from the army to that officer at Cthe foot of the list ot of beat his law to death with a stick near and then gave his Thewife and son a grow out of and wife a largo shop and oil has laid off the for a big of his on the land ot Smith at Land for the mat chine shops will be the next few days C O City On 15 the and Ohio Ry will run the last Atlan tic City of the season leave Ing at 1I20 A M and 845 I M at City next day noon and Thro will be run from on 1120 A M train Berth rate 91 will bo sold at 814 and will bo good 12 days at on returnStop over trip will be Make jour at to go Write for car berths or any to Geo W dlv pass ngt Ky Snow AND CARNI faro to dally AuII 12th to lith Q O Route See small bills for list of Onset over In Lex ington W O G P A O itI IJ t f t Jas3d Because 1than4th Because as at I Call in our examing our and and you will not won der that crowded few of our HHtHH1 tlllI Pearl Buttons Ladies Kid Gloves 69C pieces percales yard Amoskeag Apron Gingham Hoosier stlctly ++White and Drad worth lOc at 3c Fine Shirt Waists best and lawns worth 75c at Fine white and Table Linen 60 in wldo worth 40c a yard at 10 Garter Gum the kind you pay 7c for in other stores go at t QQ Oil Best Table Oil Cloth fancy and bltc to I 111 I HI t III II Jo advertised can of bargains Salihger Stanford Morehead Dowager Empress Frederick Germany Parksvllle bought barrels 1235The consequence around gallows execution Holly Strutton erected- A daughter Alabama crushed Montgomery Russell Greene country merchant waylaid perhaps fatally robbers Franklin county Chicago daring Suburban Electric railway securing Chatham daughter Gainesville pistol ereHe accommodated whereupon brains Sanfllfer Danville believed disease carried decaying named Floyd caevusser thoughtHorton missing murdered President McKinley commuted courtmartial sentence dismissal Frances tonhead placing majors Infantry Charles Blttlck fatherin Powers Nashville fearful whipping trouble shtick representing machine ground Beechercompany Somerset selected within Atlantic Excursion Thursday August Chesapeake Excursion Lexington arriving Atlantic evening respectively sleepers without change Tickets returning Washington granted rangementa sleeping Information Barney Lexington LEXINGTON HOUSE ALOne roundtrlp Lexington attractions offered Rlnearson Cincinnati You get good about the same price other pay for them we are are warehouse colored Finishing Ladies Shirt Waists Ladles msdeof percales 39c Table Linen colored 25c pieces Cloth reduced I5c 1111111 as Painting Repairing s I am prepared to paint and buggy carriage or wagon Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J U QUEER Stanford Ky HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the a pteant ape Uueti willing at tention Rates Adults U per week chit dren under 12 years of age 601 hore 1350 per week For further Information apply to W M VAUGHAN Ii TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Geo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people tho worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I am selling secondhand Clothing to now also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoos plats Caps etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronize mo promising you fair treatment I the a Invitation to visit the- Clnclnnl1tl Bargain Store Call and are me when you como to town Wo will toll flour and meal from Morris Freds Farmer Holler Mills Stanford at prices It sold lit the Exchange CINCINNATI HAltOAIN STORE al KEISER Picot TH- EQueen z CrescentRoute and connecting the PanAmericanExposItlon BUFFALOMay to Nov 1901 Excursion rates and rpcclal train service win be announced later Tho Pan American the greatest American Expos- Ition Blnco tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special dazzling Flee RecUnlDI ChatS a CnwU4l- nrus sm as I ie a NM C 1tiViEiituits ciiNeso1 t JI4I r reliable merchandise merchants its I lines to lat 1st We to save you at least 50 cent on all purchases and seli as perI store prices always Below only money savers Jlllltllllllllt Webbing 1 Belts Never told for Ita than 25o At long as they last will selll at lOC Linen Collars 4jily Linen Collars all sizes and shapes worth 16c go at 5c Ladle fine Sample Shore and Oxfords worth 13 to 1260 go In this sale at Q Q Q Ladles Sample Shoes worth ft to 8160 go at 49c Mens Flfie Shoes Lixce end Ion grass 98c Boys Fine Shoe all sizes worth 1 60 go In title tale at SSc 1 lot Mens Low Cut Shock worth 1176- epair to close will sell at 98C tal uc I JHhHHM Pantst- 00 pairs Mens Fancy Worsted Punts worth II go In tblllille at 49C Boys Suits BOJB Kncopant Sults worth from 1100 to 12 go In this sale at 98c Long short and medium waist Certxti worth 60c summer and plain all colors goat 25c Hook and Eyes 1 card 24 Hook and Eyes white end colored with hump per card oil U I tI tilt II I r HI tit tt 1+ t All goods sold Come as early as you and get great Bros THE LOUISVILLE STORE Ky Lawrenceburg highwaymen powerhouse pistol separatingD Table Inl1ntc1nllltyle1 RUSSELL SPRINGS Jroundllfelent pearance GREAT BARGAINS features Mld- 1I1NIAGARA FALLS hxpOSIUoalGrounds guarantee 911FGilt 10111111111 Mens Corsets 2cI share these Prors Buy New Pair of Douglas Shoes They are the Let In the world 3oo and 5oo Dou lu Iboes are guaranteed to equal any 1500 and 1600 shoe made Sue money by buying Douglas Shoe We have all of the new baits and leathers t Cummins McClaryt The Racket StoreIs full with Bargains now in the line ofIClothing Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings I linvo just returned from the East where I have purchased the best and cheapest stock ever brought to Stanford I will now be able to undersell any Clothing and + Shoe HOIIIU in the State Come and see for yourself and bo convinced This will bo one of the biggest 2 MONEY SAVING SALESrLver attempted In Stanford 200 pairs Misses Slippers to close out at lOc a pair Sizes 13 to 1 200 pair Ladles Slippers 21 to 4 to out at 48o pair worth 1260 TILE RACKET STORE STANFORD Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor FlMtb PAPER JDAJJItI + The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially invited to call and examine the bandsomeit of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in title section from the cheapest to the most oxpenslvpmade Wo have In our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will job at the lowest possible price Wo also have a full line of Taints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc 1wL GIBBONS Danville THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I fSrANroltn KY Auo 0 1001 TRY tho Judge TaIL clear for a choice emoko at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work la unaurpass od Try us and bo convinced Penny It Drug Store PERSONALS Mns J M BEAZIEY has been quite tick Mn W E AMON went to Lexington Saturday MR A C SINE pont several days In Cincinnati MR ANDY J FISH of Mt Vernon t ipont tovoral days hero MRS P E KEMP and none are visit Ing ber sister In Payetla MR WILLIAM HAMILTON anti wife weut to Cincinnati Sunday MISSES MINNIU AND STELLA KUP LBV are visiting In Madison r ATTORNEY J W BROWN of Mt Vernon was hero yesterday CIVIL ENGINKEH J II WRITE li at Brodbcad doing soma surveying Miss NELLtE DILLION of Loncas ter was tbo guest ol friends hero BORN to tho wile of Lewis Cook of Maywood a daughter Lucy Mary MRS J S UocKFit and chlldrcd left yesterday to visit ber listen at Manna City Miss STELLA HILL spent fair week with Miss Mary Carpenter at Huston vl Ie Myron A Decker a well known pi thYorkROURRT MORELAND of Lexldgton was over a few days tho guest of bis sister Miss DOLLIB MoRoumrrs spent several days with Miss Bella Denny In the country AUOUST RATH who has been visit Ins Mr Peter Straub returned to Lou livlllo Saturday b MnAJ Goocil of the Gilbert Creek section had two fingers ground f up In a elder mill tins SANPORD M ALLEN of Mil leraburg vlsltlug her parents Mr and Mrs E P Woods MR T T MARTIN and bride oILcx ton are spending a tow day with Mr t J God Mrs Alex Martin DMlSS SUE ROUT Is working In tho exchange a month while Miss Is resting up 1tolopbono J PERRIN and Miss Lena Garrard spent Sunday with the Ua lerrlnf a few and s Misses Louise and Ruth CjIberUon Covlogton wero hero yesterday MRS II GKUOORY and children of Covlogtoo are visiting her parents Judge and Mrs J P Bailey hero S ooMI88 ROUBRTA L GASH loft this morning for a several weeks visit to Southwestern Kentucky and Tonnes see MRS A K MYERS and bright little son Norman left yesterday for Chic a go to spend several months with her detera4sanAu of the Dan villa Courier passed up to Middles ro Saturday to upend a tow days with his boraofolks MRS L L Dory entertained ye delightfully last night In honor of Misses Mattie Thorne of Bourbon and Fannie Doty of Lancaster C S HARRIS secretary of the lumbla fair has our thanks for a com plimentary to the exhibition which will bo held four days beginning Aug 20 MISSES ANNIE McKINNEY and An- nle Dunn left yesterday for tbo Pa American Exposition They will spend reIMR GEORGE O KELLER JR of this ofllcc is enjoying a much needed rest cbllIt MISSES ANNIE BnoxAtcm of Crab Orchard Earl Chonault of Richmond and Christian Bradley of Lancaster wore a handsome trio of guests of MIssI Toyls Carpenterhto her homo at Walnut Flat Lincoln county She way accompanied by herI sister Mrs J S Walls and 1t daughter Adyocato MRS MAUDE DAVIDSON and etst Miss Mabel Allen of Springtlo- Ill stopped overtn eon their rolatlytMr and Mrs M D Elmoro villtI who bas Coal Jro Company Plnovlllo for tho past yedhas returned to the pity to make homo hero Courier JournalIMiss ANNIE ENGLEMAN of Ltnco Inour Is spending tbo week with G P BrlgdH B Booker has returned epeadlalttwowceke IsI spending at Advocate Mns L B ADAMS and daughters will move from Uustonvlllo to Danvl lb o the latter part of the month Huston vlllo people regret greatly to loose them Messrs A J nod C W Adams will rqmaln In tbo capital of tho West End whoro they will make sulfa to or der and soil drugs set LOCALS A OOOD rain tell yesterday and more Is promised today geniehankWHEN you aro In Stanford dont fall to look turStoretodayGreatsee themfalSTOCK your winter coat In August and you will save money JDDaujjbrnan Co GENTLEMEN moo will save you big money this week on shirts 81 Faun coin hlrts jlle J P Jones MRS SArLIp E BAILEY offers her desirable property at Turnersvlllo for sal e Sea description of property In another column TilE L NWilt soil roundtrip tlokats to the Deorlnlr Camp Meolol at Parks Ti BacketsWE woro unablo to ctnd court at Liberty yesterday but will bo mighty y glad to watt on tboso who have burl ness with us at the Liberty lair Dont forgot CONFESSED John Anderson n No gro confessed to breaking Into J JanMcKlnnoya house at Mt Salem and stealing a pocketbook containing 1760 was placed In Jill to await circuit court for trial GOT A CLAISIAD Root Jr o is county got a claim la tho ehuR1 near Et Itono O Tand Is holding o to It with might and main It Is a va uablo ono and wo are glad our county man has such good prospects before htm THE fiscal court of Boyle awarded to the Dlx River and Lancaster Turn pike Company 1250 for a mile and a halt of turnpike la that county Th Is the road on which turnplko raids oc curred a tax weeks ago nod the last toll road in the countydBRYANT Mrs Sarah Bryant sister ot Mcsdamos W E Amon and J T OHalr died In the atlum at Lexlng ton anti was brought hero and burled In Buffalo Cemctnry Sunday afternoon W pETilE residence 1A B llltameK1 osemlto was destroyed ay about 2 oclock Tim building was orsparkbut jofTilt hop at Waltons Opera lieu so Friday eyenlng was a most enjoyable affair Lots of good dancers wero on band and chap took advantage of every note of tho iwcet muslo mado by Sax too and his skilled assistants Tho night was cool and delightful and the hop will linger long as a pleasant ory GUANOED TO CKAII ORCHARD Tbo reunion of Lt Severance Post Pb0aa re advertised August 29 10 and 31 aro lookryry Band of Crab Orchard will furnish tho music and there wilt be a number of probeCob1o In on tbo last day LIIIEUTY FAIItA week from tomorrow tbo fair at Liberty will begin a main Tashow of stock le promised while Inter cstlng trotting pacing and roan r daySecretarystate that purses for tho races will be paid In lull discounts being made only on show ring premiums Spend a tTdays at the Liberty fair if you want L0otT bavo a royal good time and get fat COOK Miss Mary Cook whoso death wo mentioned last Issue was a spleodldI young lady and her demise as caused drop sorrow wherever sho was known Possessing a beautiful dls position she made friends of all with tloTasViawith the Chris ine church and had sInce been a con sistent member Knowing the deceased as wo did we cheerfully testify to apderoeatleAn ed hat If she over did other than good eeds It was error of the bead and not of the heart A frequent visitor to homo she was a general favorite all while the children loved ber early A child of God has returned tato cruol world and oven hose who loved her best could not wish her back knowing that she is daybnslclogLords Miss Cook was tho RIICookafternoonlate home by Elder J G Livingston erne Oxloy Stave factory at Junction City has begun operations again WE will your coal house during the month of August cheap for cash J Q Baughman t Co W W WITHERS has the Furniture Carpets Matting Wall Paper Pic n Frames and the low prices LEO BROKEN John Spoona moro had both bones of one of his legs ken near tbo ankle by a hag box ling on hIm a low days ago ESTRAY SOWRed sow with white face and weighing 250 pounds la In tbo stray pen Owner can get hot by pave ing for keep and this notice R G Jones marsha- lMONEYIt Is probable that you owe this ofllco for your paper or for adver Using or printing and wo urge that yo do not further postpone the payment o IL Now is the accepted time DIED OF HYDROPHOBIA Mrs Jat Farmer who was a daughter of Jot le died yesterday morning of by drophobla aged about 45 She was bitten by a puppy several months ago but not until Thursday last did hydro phobia seize her but since that time sho suffered agonies until death came to her toilet Tim republicans met hero Saturday d put out tbo following portion of a ticket D B Edmlston for count judge John N Menefce sheriff B King representative John Holtzclaw assessor Cy Walt jailer County Attorney Helm Supt Singleton and oppositionw BwttIa in tbo Crab Orchard A GOOD crowd Is still at Crab Orch ard Springs whore the guests are bav log a gay tIme and living on the fat- eth land A very enjoyable cake sal aned tomorrow evening another will bo glv on but this tlmo tho participants will e en masque It Is projected by Met ames Wilbur Trimble of Gcorglaand Will James of Crab Orchard Other diversions for the guests are euchre dancing bowling pettier tennis croquet boating bathing billiards hunt log fishing and driving There aro permanent guests there from seven otherStntenad visitors are comro g is week from Tennessee and Western entucky BRODIIEAU An Idea of tho amount f business dono at the little town Brodhead can bo had when It Is to busineiethere Four of these Frith t Dunn Thomas Cherry R S Martin and Albright ft Adams carry almost at and everything you can think of as all of them tell goods cheap In fact people como as tar as Livingston to Brodhead to trade realizing that th can pay railroad faro and then save money Brodhead is a most dollght ful place to live the people tbero reo wellmdo they get along In business and echo r wise Of goatee there Is some rival with the merchants but It doesnt ex tend far nor does It hurt friendship the town la also all right Brodhead is the strongest democratic stronghold in Rockcaatlo and her demo odaerate are of the talk out In meetlo gn kind They outnumber their republl can brothers nearly 16 to 1 In tbo town proper and many think that is the rea son Brodhead Is each a model place The fair Is the ono topIc sax and tho prospects are that the ono to begin 00 tbo2istlnst will be the eclipsing ono tbo history of the Rockcaatlo Cau dtp Fair Association President homas Cherry and Secretary J Tate aro putting In every spare mont working for the success of the on goy o this the best fair yet A good show stock Is promised and the contests for will bo unusually Interesting hu republican primary to be palled on the 15th will boa warm at fair Soreness is already apparent and It is growing dally more so To a man up a tree It looks like the democrats will have a monstrous good show to capture some If not all of Iho county olllces this fall Thorn are two marble firms In Brodhead and they do lots of and somo of a very high grade he Albright andFrlth Hotels still do a good business and give the traveler the best the markets afford It la coo ceded that you can trot the boat meal In Brodbcad for a quarter than can bo found anywhere Frltbs flouring mill Is doing a good business now rue nlng from 12 to 18 hours per day There la some sickness In Brodhoad and mo- orea sorry to say there are 10 or a dozen cases of scarlet truer Mrs J R Cass Is confined to her bed by a eovoro cold A now building or so has been put up In Brodhead since our last visit but he court houso bee not been moved there from Mt Vernon yet Eg bert Wallln la the efficient marshal of the lltlla city and bo and his deputy W A Tyree keep splendid order The telephone polo business is a big thing there now and many tat trees converted Into them Sorap J50or75footers werobolng hauled Saturday afternoon for which the contractors were to receive train 8l to 87 n FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow sub- Ject to register cheap J S Rico WITHERS sells good Furniture Chairs Mattresses Springs Rugs Car pets c JAILER DBBORDS houso party now numbers 11 Ho has bad a house full most of the past A IOSTOFFICB has bcna established at Celeste Casey county and Louis E Cochran appointed postmaster NEELEYSTONEthe lineman Is grieved over the loss by death of his fino Newfoundland dog FOR SALE OR RENT Residence on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of BC Walton THE C Diwill at the lecture rooom of the Christian church stTo FARMERS I am still In the mill fog business and am better prepared than over to servo the people Fair dealing to all Morris Fred Prpprle tor Farmers Roller Mill BELOVED CITIZEN GONEIt IB with great regret that wo note tbo passing of one of our most beloved citizens and business men Ho bad been suffering all season rod the end was not unexpected though it was not thought ho would leave us so soon Not being able find tho recreation needed at home yha has gone to Lexington so that bo will be on baud early for the big Horse- Show Fair and Carnival at that place August 1217 Ho reports from that comlogIntho biggest fair ever teen In the South FARM FOR RENT Creekstation InkW T TUCKER NOTICE 8hropIblredowoJ borsesbcelsale L O DDNN Mt Salem Ky Valuable Property For Sale alIwren to sell rltely my dwelling and comIfortableare numerous and In good re furtberi1elcrlpUonMRS iALLIE E BAILEY KyldFARM FOR SALE I ofMclClnnllY twoftand well watered Can be sold In two holoForCyJ MOBLEY McKlnney Ky NONE BUT GENUINE andFlxturelonryD 8 CARPENTER Ilnstonvllle SALE OF PERSONALTY As administrator of tho late Dr Ed M Fetes I will at his late residence near Mo Klnney on Thursday August 15 I9OI toll the following personality 3 horses 3 cows jack 3 yearling cattle jennet Superior disc Deerlng binder Deer Ing mower rake farm and garden tools to6acco30bushelsJrick of oat straw or tobacco sticks beesmoothnr too numerous to mentio- nTermsAll sums of 810 and under cash over that amount n credit of ilx months from date of sale with 0percent Interest DrOtThose having claim against his estate will present themrroJlerlv proven to mo ut once Admr Yosemite BARGAIN PRICES In Ready Mixed Paints For THE CASH After thebestyou money if you will call CRAIIG HcIR a I I I au Stock of in We leave in Stock We to For Pay For Staple Tinwun Stoves Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests see our OperaP We also carry the wellknown Columbian Stoves and full line of other Stove and Limo and Cement JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Look at This 100 Fountain Shirts 79c 50c Fountain Shirts 39c TERMS SPOT CASH Come quick while we have your size in stock JOHN P JONES Stanfrod AreIGOING TO TRAVELG- et A Trunk from us New stock just in Wear a pair of ZEIGLER SHOES We have the other little things you need Prices Always Low IQuality Always Good Severance Sons B UGGIES UGGIES UGGIES The Largest Best Selected Vehicles Central Kentucky Now 150 Vehicles Ranging in Price from 25oo To 5oooo Claim Retail Buggies Less Than Some people Them and Fancy roccries Hardware Glassware Woodenware Freezers New i Our vehicles were bought for cash In car lots and wo sell on a smaller margin than any house in Central Kentucky Our Lincoln especiallyOver Bruce bBright Danville J a i r fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the potlqfflce at Stanford at toondclati maile- r3Iwtaltsha7 u siap ndFndv 1 PER YEAR CASH When not loptldmsoo will be charted 7 MONEY TO LOAN i r4 In ums of ono thousand dollars and over on farms only at 5 per cent Lang time W A TRIBBLE 3mStanford Ky A S PRICE Anrgeona I Stanford Ky OffletoTpr McBoberta Drug Store ID the Owsley I Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Iligglns d McKinney Ston Telephone No 48 t McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoXinnayo Xyo Make and keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chlck on Feed tie Prices very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D Y Henncdv Miller Executors Notice I The creditors of D WVandeveer decd are herebuynoosed to present tbelr claims sgalnatsaldestate by Sept 1001 duly law Allproven as persons owing said estate are requested to settle This Otk do of July 1101 MARTHA VANDEVEER r Ezecjitrlx of the will of D W Vandeveei FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on hand and JOT sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager 4 Salt of Personalty August 17 A idminltrsterofthentateOf the late Jr- TOltalrj will sell at August 17 on the 3 miles cut ot Itan lord the penontlty consisting of lour good cowa lid alee young hones 3 Cod Tcan road cut one set bUekiml toots houeholtand kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention Terms mlde K known on of isle Sale will eommen promptly at 10 oclock J1 Chandler rAuctr- r W AMO A mr H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailorr STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Cal Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock Successor to The Farmers Bank 4 Trust Compan and under same management contlnu Acuity fur 3J Solicits Your Banfc SAooount o Hoping such butlnftu relations will prove mutes f ly beneficial and plea DIR cross J B Paxton JtOWI1 Sr IN Jlenefee A WiUsrpenter W U JtLnoSHHhanki J F Cub J B Owiley OFFICERS Sin Shanks Presidents I n WVMUrlrhtAsit Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK 6OFSTANFORD KY CiplUlStoefc J50000 Surplus 110000 Thli Institution originally eitablliheJ as the De i poiltBaak of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized ai the iallooa Dank ofStantord In andagali ortanlMd as the First National flank ot Stanforc f L 1M2 hat had practically an uninterrupted ezlit r nwfor years It Is better supplied now will kdlltles for transacting business promptly and eralIl than enl beloro In its long and honoisb carter Accounts of Indlrldas I fiduciaries sad tndlTlduali solidte4- nlKICTOIS t Etld Lincoln Co J W Uajden Stanfur 8 T Harris 8 H Eaughman J8Ho ker T P Hill Wr Walton II W A Tribble J UColllerCrab OrcVd Ju RoUusoo hobble I KDE1moreSuntndorrI J JS honker Preslieat J J SIcRoberti Caihli a l I E RDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fBICKIAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Trice PR UITTI3ROSa MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Liver- yMONEY I Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J S OWdLEV JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS For fair and liberal adjustment of losees recommend to all property owners of Oa counties Rome In lor and adjoining urance Company of New York represente- dt Jesse Stanford Ky I Insured my property In the abcve com piny and lost my property by lire Juno 18 for which the company settled with mo promptly and liberally RespectfullyOEO DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Lonlsvllle will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept IS and 10 Etc examined nnd glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a rito 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD S7 MORRIS FRED PKOPKIKTOU t desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all furnish Ing and that I wilt nt all times tbe best of Flour Meal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc and I solicit a At the very lowest prices share of your to give resinsthe best Dont forget meyou but bear lu mind always that I need your MORRIS FRED Prorpatronage Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DanTill Mondays Wednwdsys and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tu fay TharsJsyi and Sat Office In the Fennlnton BulldlnjJSUnfordOf hours to 12 lto4rM OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by Dr the A T SU11 of KlrmlUe Mo on lulu Itrrqulrenoh1b Ibllolonno drug oorubbing sunrical claims 11log iBr natural Tlews nun ssamschlns ofso many reproerlyadjuusteadjustmentoerworktd health parts the Ncoos5oll1e tbe dlsnoes treatedby ua KhrainatlamUeaJichcs Neuralgia Proalrltlon Catanb1 Weak I Grenulated Lld Goltre Dlseases CooatlplIloD- Pllea Heart and Lung 11ostiatfaUGall StonCl1Enoiged of Bones and acb and DislaatloncdtifJolnGrlnttFplnsiCurvatureJ Urine Locomolor la lemaie Disease a lpedllty Consultation Fret J+ c+ McCM1x UNDERTAKER 1 Manufacturer and DealearIn BABNESS SADDLEBY 850 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS IUNDERTAKERS DBALMJ FuruItureMntUnj8Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENT JOKY O i wJqfilr IN NEIGHBORING COUNTiES Robert Anderson Jr was dlecha ed at his examining trial at Jainesto The proof ebowed that ho killed Jobn Dehart In lelfdofense Stephen Anglic aged 00 died at his home near Orlando Ho was one of tho oldest citizens In Rockcastlo county and his death was due to his extremo age Mr James C Cudgcll chairman ol the democratic committee of Anderson county has announced himself a candl dato for aergcant at arms of the Stato SenateTho three inch pipe from Sunny brook to Somerset owned by tho Na ttonil Transit Company Is being takcn up and will bo replaced with a lour Inch pipe W K Boone and family have remove cd to Huntsville Tenn where Mr Boono has been engaged to take cbargo of the Cumborland Chrbnlcle Some set Republican- In the Knox circuit court John Green was acquitted of killing John Mitchell Jim Barrett was acquitted of killing Tev Slzemoro and Wm Hop kips was held over for shooting Geori ColoMrs David Thompson wife of one of the largest land owners and Qnancle In Garrard is dead She was prom entlr connected all over tbo State Besides a husband two grown sons any rive her- Berman McCreery who killed Dep utv Sheriff Joe Manning two week alto got on a rampage and while roo letlng arrest was shot In the arm by Policeman John C Turner at Mid llesboro An agreement ban been reached by tbo citizens of Madison county and the rustccs of the consolidated Presbyte Ian College in Danville In regard tc thl disposition of the old Central TJnl cralty buildings In Richmond A Lexington dispatch says Newe baa reached hero that Capt J A teary has sold his Interests In the anny Brook oil district to the Standard Oil Company for 107000 O H Waddle of Somerset was interested with Capt Geary In the oil wells and they had given the company an optio- na the property Gov Bradley hasnt forgotten his Lancaster ways and like the rest of the citizens of that good town seems to think that Garrard capital will got erything good thats going Listen wbat he says The lino will be built through Garrard county and to Lancaster the county seat The Southern railway will bo forced to build tho line If the lease for the Cincinnati Southern doee not go through and even If tho lea80 should be made I think thero Is necessity for the extension A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be- curcll by a few applications of Chamber alns Pain Balm For ale by Craig x Hocker Druggists MATRIMONIAL W D Baxter and Miss Joo Annlo Brown will bo married at C Drown today Henry Lair and Miss Ora Martin will bo made one at Benjamin MarLins this morning Miss Willie daughter of City O 1eer Kit Gillespie and Mr Millard Ball In tho employ of the Q C hero clop cd to Jetleraonvlllo and were marrU after which they visited the Pac American Exposition at DulIaloSom craft Journal David B Honakcr tho wcll know Main street florist and Miss Battlo Burks of East Short street eloped to Cincinnati Saturday and wore marriEd at 745 In the evening Tho wcddlt cornell as a great surprise to their many friends Tho news of the nuptial did not reach this city until yesterday af tcrnoon Miss Burks Is the daughlc of Mrs R Burke who keeps a prlval boarding house on East Short opposli the courthouse She is just 10 year of age and Is quite popular among her riends Lexington Democrat MU 3urks lived hero with her mother eat eral years ago Fair Dates Danville Aug 0idays Madlsonvlllc Aug 05 days Lexington Aug l0 days Liberty Aug B3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 201 days Columbia Aug 2o days Brodhcad Aug 2L3 days Sbelbyvllle Aug 2i4 days Mtddlcsboro Aug 291 days Bardstown Sep 35 days Russell Springs Sep 34 days Elizabethtown Sep 101 days Bowling Green Sep l0S days Springfield Sep 114 days Glasgow Sep 18i days Louisville Interstate Fair Sep 2312 daysProeperlLY litfjlOITly but surely pen rating the wilds of Kentucky A new paper in the mountain district de votea a stick or so to tolling that It- haa just purchased a lead and rule cutter Wo suppose after awhile the same paper will bo able to displace the shooting stick for a Uempcl quoin and key Harrodspurg Democrat A tour masted schooner launched at Batb Me was christened by scatter Inlt rotes on the crafts bow If roses take the place of champagne In naval ceremonies of this kind the will doubtless stipulate that they bo- tea roseeLou Times litre Is more Catarrh In this Mttlon of tbe- CCuatry than all othtnllM ass put together aod- until the last few years wsssuprowt to be In able toi a frrst mm7 ye in doctors prooueur t a local dlMS a and pmc lbl local nnitnc and by constantly talllD to icur with auchUllti moot prcDouncJ It tarn able Stltnnmt proHD catarrh to ba conitltutlonal dlMw has nforar iulrMconitltuUonal ItNtmtnt italic manufaclur F J Cheney A Co ou coutltullonalourlthemla to drops to a tea on the blood and mucous aurfacs ol the system Tbey- onu one hundred douse for tae It falls to cure Send for testimonials iddma F JCREEYACOToledo0o- ld b i1c 1Ia1Is Fatuity 1llls art the best ctamiel GOVERThe Undertader and Embalmer Danville Kentucky We have just receiyci a handsome new hearse and are fully equipped for directing funerals OUE BEJAJEJAG DEPABJMENJ Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Upho storing Ac reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed- Mr and Mr Nichols secretary of and Lincoln Count Burial Association the of which is to provide for the funeral expenses of members and arc Mloclatlons undertakers J S Oooo6ls the agent Lincoln County Phone 175 New Goods New Firma And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronago will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsce us WIW SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street Stafford Female College i A Christian Home School for the higher education ol girls and young ladle lies all the grades of the best city grammarschools and in addition the full regular courses of study of the best female colleges in the State four departments of Judy Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction In teachers The next annual sessionand experiencedaU departments by competent rill Monday September 21 Tuition fees range from flOJto 125 per term of 2C open reeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks flOO For catalogue ddre- uIB T PINKERTON PrinS- tanfcrc1 DcSIjr MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY- A FirstClass Boarding School For Olrls J W McCARVEY JR Principal teachers who were educated at the leading Institutions of America and of tenFaculty one a specialist In her do have mado brilliant records tee Instructors every Europe ana School apparatus general- quipment exceptionally strongartment Music department lectures teachers Frequent excellent fare fussy on his recent travels In paleetlno and EurorDohealthful location only one serious case of sickness In 12 yea andghtfu Send for catalogueInterior onesthanfgher than other firstclass schools nor many jiM 1Pt Iolt 1 J t oij I The Dagville fair 1 L t Lg 6th nth nth a e 9 h Rings for almost everything and Liberal Premiums on all WRITE FOR iJHGEO F ANDERSON Pres For Good Goods v AT Low Prices I Call on George H Farris Co Get 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