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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 i SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ItVOL xxix STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 9 IM 9 A M NO 47 NEWS NOTES Washouts and atorras caused great damage In yirglnla Prof Henry Sherwood of John Hop klna Diversity ta dead W K Vanderbilt paid I50000 for a Small summer cottage at Newport William Myrei of Data county was killed by a train at Panther W Va Hon George W Sulzer a prominent filawyer and politician of Mayevllle is Hobert Slmea a lawyer of Boston committed ulcldo In hli room without r known cause Over 1600 cloak maker In New York whp wont on a strike gained their demands At a picnic In Greonup county Don l MOIwor wai shot and kilted by a man named Rugglcs A suit has been filed In Naihvllle at tacking tho conilltutlonallt of the new Tennessee road law The eighth body hap been recovered from the scone of the gavoltno cxploa Ion at Philadelphia Judge William Cocll Price United States treasurer under President Buch anau died at Chicago The Rev Mr Gamier of Winches tar has been chosen to the pastorate ol the Christian church in Ashland Denco Rogers of Hcdgcvlllc and Mist nary Phillip of Atoka Boyle county wore married Wednesday John Wood of Wcatherford O T who drew rolln the Oklahoma lottery has selected a claim worth 150 000W L Mudd was shot and killed at Greensburtr and hie son Jake seriously wounded in a tight with Joe and Jim W RIggin Ion of a former speaker of the Delaware House of Representatives was burned to death at Laurel Del- Acting Mayor Lowry of Lexington has closed all gambling houses and the gamblers are leaving that city for greener fields- Ruesoll Hall hot and mortally wounded James Markwell In Fleming county Hall IS In Jail and says he to grot his deed Tbo body of Rev James M Frazer of Elkton was found In the Ohio river near Paducab Ho was 62 and suicided while temporarily Insane Dr Cbas Ilampden Field a former surgeon In the United State army committed suicide at Alameda Cal by Inballncr Illuminating gas John Wesley Pcnntngion a Negro was burned at tho stake near Enter prise Ala for assaulting the wife of J M C Dull a prominent farmer Russell Greer a Franklin county merchant was waylaid and robbed near his homo He was severely wounded and ie not expected to recover There It now horded In the United States treasury more than 1500000000 of gold This to the greatest horde of gold to be found any where In the world Jame 0 Dowlen tho oldest convict In point of service In the Frankfort penitentiary was paroled Ho was sent up for life from Owsloy county for murderSarah and Dink Hill wore tarred and feathered at Greenup They were declared nuisances tome time ago and wore ordered to move on by the town authorities Gold bullion to tbo amount of 340 000 was stolen Worn the Selby Smelting Works on San Francisco bay by thieves who tunneled to the strong room from the waters edge The turning of Ft Monroe at Old Point Comfort into a military prison will destroy tho place as a fashionable resort The announcement has caused rpa panlo among tho big hotels there The Lexington Street Car Company has secured nonunion men to take the places vacated by the union conductors and mortnrroon who struck for higher wages Trofllc has not been interrupted An Imperial cabinet decree has been issued In Germany giving ofllclal no lice of tho Empress Dowagers death a and ordering six weeks pf National mourning The funeral services will be simple Rear Admiral leery L Howlson has s been selected as the third member of the Schloy court of Inquiry Arrange monte have been for summoning witnesses who aro at present stationed t Inforeign lands Tho citizens ot Tampa In order to I put an end to tbo sirikq of the cigar makers have kidnaped a number of labor leaders whom they have deport cd The strikers bavo been warned to return to work and have been notllled that if they remain Idle more of them will bo deported- J M Atherton the millionaire die tiller of Louisville transferred to his eon Peter Lee Atberlon tbo Equlta ble Building In that city valued at I 8250000 and 100 acres of land on the Ohio river Including an Island in the Ohio river Lovo and affection Is the consideration stated In tbo deed A plan has been formulated for tbo organization of the National Whole ealo Grocery Company for the purpose of controlling tbo principal wholesale In the United States Tho j proposed combine which of tbe leading jobbers of the country will bo capitalized 10- 0o0000 t HARRODSBURG Not the Bad Place it is Painted Beaumont College o The reputation that Horrodsburg has abroad of being tho worst place on the map Is not in the least deserved by the Harrodsburg of today I have been advteedlyllwbcommunity or met tiger men and hand cloverIandstrangers In the dark and bloody days whoa men were shot down hero like doge Harroddburg may have boon all that the outside world seems to think it Is but a change has como over It and although five barrooms run wide open and red liquor can be obtained at numerous other places I havo teen less drunkenness since I have been hero than I was accustomed to In Stanford which everybody knows Is next to Heaven In fact I am told that whisky drinking hero now It principally con fined to the colored population and they rarely have enough money at a time to buy a drink Last Monday wee county court day and tbo people wero hero from away back in Washington Anderson Jem mine Boyle and Franklin From Lox ington Avenue to the Commercial Ho tel three blocks or more Main Street was a mass of humanity It rained nearly all day but that did not seem to phazo tbo crowd which was here by 8 oclock and did not depart till There was little trading In anything but mules W C Tcrbuno bought 50 year ling and colt for 81350 and a Penn- Sylvania man got a car load at about the tame figures This county and town arc very much torn up politically the number of turn coats and flop overe hero being propor tionately very large and ono rarely know whether ho le talking to one or not Some of thorn are pone for good and all but many will vote for tbo democratic nominee for county offlce knowing that the salvation of thecoun ty depends on the honest and cconoml cal administration only obtainable through democratic official On the other band the regular democrats hero are the strongest la the country and they do not hide their light under a bushel but proclaim their principles from tbo house tops They know such word as fall and It la a very lafeI wager that our admirable ticket head ed by clever lien Roach for Judge will electedThere wee an Impromptu hop at Sbakertown Monday night when some of tho smart set from town appeared In shirt waists It was not Intended for that sort of an affair and the young la dies of tbe placo gavo the coallcas swains the Icy stare when they asked for the next sot 60 you seo we Are not so progressive oven as Hvutonvlllo Mr I C James the popular livery mat will wed Miss Mattie E daugh tar of Mr and Mr Phil M Bell at Trlplott Mo Aug 10 at S 10 A M The prospective bride Is said to bo very lovely woman and Mr James Is receiving many congratulations on winning her- Farmers here arc storing their wheat for better prices though Forsytho A Curry have bought 30000 bushels at 54 to OOo Over 1COOOO bushels are stored at Cogars warehouse at the depot W C Carpenter bought lot of hogs Tuesday for September delivery at do and a number of feeding cattlo for same do livery at 3 I and 4c Ho shipped two car loads of hogs to Louisville Wednesday that cost him file a pound A hundred barrels of corn sold hero tbe other day at 83 Randell Lluey has sold G B Boyd of Redmont Okla homa OS Shorthorn heifer calves at IIS 50 Though there Is hardly as much en couragcment to do so as I could wish I shall begin publishing the Democrat twlccaweek next Tuesday having at ternoons of that day and Friday for publication days There Is no especial demand for It but we can sometimes create a demand and this I am deter mined to do besides after running a semiweekly torO or moro years and a dally for six months or more in return to tho old weekly la like going into a dry rot Tbo remains of Shelby MagoRln eon of lIon Berlah Magoffln arrived hero from Dulutb Wednesday He was a grandson of the Kentucky governor who rolused to raise troops to fight the Southern people and resigned Instead Young Magoflln was 27 and died of con sumption My little family Is very delightfully domiciled at Beaumont College for merly Daughters ono of the loveliest spots oa terra firma We are treated more like visiting guests than board ore and have every comfort and atten tion possible It Is a great privilege to be at this sacred and rioted placo where so many girls havo been fitted for useful women and to be under the care of Mrs Smith the highly cultivat ed and excellent wife of tho president Cot Th Smith We have splendid rooms good fare and everything to 7v wako us comfortable and happy Tbo grand old building In tbo centre of a eolIcould talk what a tale It could unfold Its former president John Augustus Williams tells us that between 3UOU and 4000 girls attended the college during nla administration over two of whom graduated Since Col Smith took charge seven years ago ho has had a full attendance and some 150 graduates making about bOO graduates who have gone forth from the college which Is one of the best In all the coun try Under the present management It Is moro than maintaining its former prestige and Is always Ulledjto Its ca pacity With a supcrbjfaculty and tho most Inspiring environments tho sue con of tbo Institution Is not to be won dered at If my boys were girls they would certainly be matriculated there Col Smiths family includes besides his wife a handsome daughter Miss Pattie and two sons who Bra lawyers Judge Spencer Smith and Meriwethcr Smith Etq and all contribute to tbe pleasantness of our sojourn WP W MIDDLE BURG D M Stephenson a Richmond pho tographor la located here for While School opened at Mlddlcburg Normal College Monday with a good attend ance Rev Gillum preached at the Chris tlan church Sunday morning and eve ning to goodsized audiences Circuit court convened at Liberty Monday several from this neck being in attendance M W Jones Is a grand jurymanBorn to the wife of Spurgcon Symp ton on the flub an eightpound boy Mother doing well and father tickled to death over his fine birthday gift Tho South Kentucky Baptist Associ ation convened at New Salem church Tuesday with a largo attendance Mid dlcburg Baptists were well represent edVery discouraging reports come from Wayne county as to the condition of W T Durham late of this place Mr Durham has been very low with typhoid fever for several weeks James Eaton Is convalescing The Lexington M E District Con fercnce will be hold at the Mlddleburg church next week commencing Wed and continuing over Friday Prominent ministers from all over tbe State will be In attendance The Casey County fair which will be held at Liberty next week promises to eclipse all previous meetings It feature of the first day will bo a match game of bate ball between the Huston vllle and Russell Springs nines Casey farmers are about through wheat threshing which Is hardly an average yield Oats arc good Apples and plums be an average crop wlib some peaches The drouth has been most destructive to the fruit crop Tho rads will meet at Liberty Satur ddy and name delegates to tho Senatorial convention which convenes at Danville the lith lost to name a man only to be butchered by G T Farris of Lancaster Casey delegates will most probably go uninstructed Misses Salllo Eaton and Murphy Keeney gave an apple pealing social at George Rogues one night last week which was largely attended Jason Taylor has returned to his homo In Burnslde Mrs I S Wesley of Lan caster has been visiting relatives hero J H Allen of Somerset and formerly of this place Is attending the associa tlon One of the severest drouths In the history of Casey county was brought to an end Monday by a stow but steady rain most all day It was just the rain wo needed and the ground got every drop of it Bottom corn WIll make an average crop while late up land crops will como nut wonderfully Early up land corn was too far gone for resurrection It has turned wonderfully cooer and life Is more pleasant in many ways This was the first rain of any consequence that has fallen hero since Juno filet Several Mlddloburg boys are holding down good positions in other parts Among them are Albert Kecney who la with the California Wine Associa lion the largest of Its kind in the world Mr Keeney is located at Fres no Cal V R Coleman is a telegraph operator at Thurmond W Va Fred Durham Is holding down a lucrative position with the Bolt Railway of Chattanooga W C Bryant and Robert Keoney loft for Chattanooga Satur day the former to accept a position In tbe freight department of tho C S and the latter to accept a position with the Chattanooga Browing Co The writer Is In receipt of letters from Robert Hall and Arabic Rlffe of Co D 22d U S Infantry who havu been Invalided to the U S Wo left the boys In convalescent hospitals In the Philippines Their time will ox plro In November next They wore both with the writer in the 2d Kentucky Volunteers In OS Spanish American war but on being mustered out enlisted In the regular amy and sent to the Philippine whore they saw bard service In tbo early dare of now defunct Philippine Insur reetlonC C What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys lc Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets ml tbo bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect For sale by Craig t Hooker Druggists wI IIERRIN iKe Fhrrln democratic nominee for jailer of this county Is one of the substantial citizen of the Fast End and is probably the most popular man In his section For years be has bcen a trader und his fair and liberal deal loge have made blm many friends He comes from a family of democrats and Is one himself tried and true He is just the size for jailer and that ho will be elected to that olllce and fill it cred itably no one has reason to doubt His republican opponent Mr Cy Walls doesnt know what a job he has undertaken In attempting to defeat Mr Her rln but be will soon realize the situa tion and regret that bo was foolish enough to leave bra Green river farm and chase after felts gods Mr Her rln won bis nomination over a big field of good men and the fact be did so by a good majority shows to some extent that he Is a runner In a few months be will be known as Jailer Herrin and his legion of friends will be glad to see his hopes realized MT VERNON Price Bros have bought the store ot- A J Sear at Level Green Dlllton d Sons bought the store of Jones S Smith at Livingston There Is a man living hero who bad bis coat pocket kicked out by a mule A special term of circuit court con venes here next Tuesday and will con tinue live days- J L Ramsey who has lived near here CO years was on the witness stand In court a few days ago for the first time In his life John Taylor the old colored bosket maker tells us that be has made many pairs of hoop ekirta of rnnnlng briars and cak spill way back in hoopskirt days Next Thursday the republican pri mary takes place to this county and It promises to be a warm number There are 11 candidates for jailer The hottest contest will be for sheriff Wat Drown usually known as old John Watson went Livingston a few days ago Lovrlck Thompson and Clarence FeigUOn who have esn studying at the depot for the past year are nun full Hedged operators and ready to go on tbo road In the republican primary In Laurel Wednesday tbo following candidates were nominated Ed Parker repre sentative from Laurel and Rockcastle P G Reames judge C N Scovell sheriff G P Johnson jailer F P El- lIott clerk H M Whliaker assessor H K Lewis supt schools Moren for county attorney was 23 ahead and three precincts to hear from at this writing Thursday morning The agreement among the candidates to use no liquor may have been observed by them but liquor was much In evi dence at many of the polling places with moreor less scrapping No In juries reported Mrs Grimes has returned to Laying tin Miss Helen Smith of Anderson 3Dunty Is visiting relatives here J L White Is In Lancaster looking after his stone yard Judge Williams is making a trip to Colorado and the West M F Brlnkley of Cincinnati was In the Walnut Grovo neighborhood a few days since W F McCla ry one of our practical farmers will shortly erect a windmill for pumping itock water feed cutting etc Mr Mc Olary keeps abreast of the times and makes farming a studylearnlng tho rea sons and wherefores and the which ness thereof thereby placing himself In a position where he knows bow to take advantage of the opportunities presented In bis calling If you have a baby In your house you wilt wish to knov tho best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children 0 P M Holllday of Doming Ind who has an eleven month old child says Through the months or June and July our baby was teething and took a running oft of the bowels and sickness of the stoma ach Ills bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choleta and Diarr boea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops In a spoonful of water and he got better at once for sale by Craig Hacker druggists i 1 itiv rw Pn rv=JAJ = r- =tIDr U Look Fresh Ana ot1oss jrOur Swell line of Clothing Negligee ItJJ 1j Shirts Hats Belts will fill thel i satisfactionEs I lmITPAYS TO TRADE ATIcjj THE GLOBEl Merchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and rrJ1 ReplllringI Your money back if youre not MILLER S HIRSDH Danville Col IJlp o r v = v fIPi oi t 1Ji j 8 SI1 iI ot i Se IIkr3 N i t e i4 Nsa arrt r e gis tr ItJ i Suspenders a aF Q i I am sole agent for the celebrated HARRIS SUSPENDER The only tVia manufacturer in the world who guar JE- r antees a suspender I guarantee ev ery buckle buttonhole and ends to a jHARRIS suspender wear as long asa the web In case they do not I will i cheerfully give a new suspender Call r and see them fPtft H J McROBERTS W l ktfka tstktv4t n4pb e 1 tit tit k i iI i i i sli fi i F rlPIEU M fARMfR1 1 USES lUP TOM I II M11I1R HIGGINS I McKINNKT Stanford 1 Iff REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUG STORE GO TOW B McRoberts Druggist IFor Wall Paper White Lead LiLinseed Oil Ready Mixed i Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains f JGURNAIE C WALTO- NTHETICKETIS ALL RIGHT Observo the ticket which will appear next November under the timehonor ed democratic fleece To be sure It Ig ail right now It wlil continue all right It will end all right Demo oral are In dead hard earnest They Intend to win this fight They can cob afford to lose Tho best interests of all thepeople of the county white ana c black malo and female democrats and republicans demand that this ticket ball win and It will win A positive forecast Is this but not made to bolster flattering courage or feeble hope Nor- Iii it made exultingly only because we prefer the local success of one set of abstract principles over a different and antagonistic set It la made with con fidence because of a profound convic- Lion that a better local government a better administration of home affairs will be secured by the election of rep resentatlve democrats than by the elec Lion of the halfformed mongrel ticket which opposes them Liberty civil liberty if you prefer that recently misused and misapplied phrase resides at home Good government begins at home Good laws have ibelriiorlgln at home Efficient and honest administration of public affairs starts at home Faithful obedience to law receives Us first encouragement at home Intelligent execution of law borrows Its first Inspiration at home The peoplethe great common people and the small uncommon people should see to it and we dare say they will see to it that their home Interests are not put in jeopardy by any neglect of their own These home concerns sustain the same relation to their remote Interests that the foundation does to the super structure The edifice may be impos tog to the last degree but if the fount dation be faulty the whole Is but a worthless pile In Kentucky It will not be disputed the Intelligence the thrift the Industry the property the moral sentiments which give tone and vitality to the State are distinctively with the de mocracy It Is cheerfully admitted that there are individual republicans throughout the country and the State oldlino republicans especially who personally own such desirable qualities and who exemplify In their private relations these virtues But as a politi cal force as a compact body made up of Ignorant Negroes deserters wbo spend night and day hunting the flesh pots and even the offal in any conven camp boodlera who prostitute the just powers of the government to the advancement selfish ends with only republltcans measure o probity which entitle It to public confidence in its organized capacity Take + out the Negro element and it would have no numerical standing Reduce it further by abstracting the renegades it has bought with offices and promises of jObs and It would have a show of contention in but one Congressional district Purge it of its abettors of murder and sympathizers with assassi nation and It would make a sorry show down even In that district All history shows that no official who owes his existence to a party ever rises jRQove the characteristic elements of that party o law maker Or law ad ministrator ever mounts above the lev makeslhim Personally there may good men on the republican ticket but in the discharge of official duties In the general administration of their offices in the makipg of laws for our guidance they must reflect only the intelligence the morality the econom ic views of the masses of the party r which confides the trust From this party they draw their life Their offi clal existence la conferred by It From It they receive their Inspiration to offi 0 cial duty It establishes the standard of official conduct It furnishes the Ideal of official excellence It pre scribes the limit of official responsibili 1ty A stream does not rise higher than its source Grapes do not grow on thorns nor figs on thistles The last census shows that Lincoln county has Iabout 750 Negro voters This is the leaven which leavens the whole cake This is the element without which the republican party in the county in the r State and throughout the whole South would be a very insignificant factor Furnishing as It does the numerical strength of that party this same element must naturally and logically fur nish Its intelligence and its loose an arcblo views of property and property i rights Contrast with this the yeo f manry of the democratic partyfree men by birth gentlemen by heredity the pillars of society the salt of the State It Is up to the lawabiding tax paying propertyholding people of Lincoln county to decide whether they will entrust the protection of their property and the guardianship of their the representatives of a mot lew crew or to the representatives of thai race which has stood foremost In t 1allages of the world for the welfare betterment of roan JOHN M MELOAN managing editor of the Paducab Democrat owing ton poor health has been compelled to re sign Ho will be succeeded by Mr Irvin S Cobb of Louisville i r Il b THE republicans of Adair gave Jas Garnett Jr a clear track for county attorney They knew it was useless to attempt to defeat that splendid gentle man fine lawyer and trueblue democrat TUB Harrodsbure Dempcrat which grows bettor with over js5uc will blossom out as a semiweekly Tuesday The weekly business was too slow our energetic brother POLITICAL Though assured the nomination Mayor Tom Taggart of Indlanapgllo has declined a fourth term W C Grider has Man appointed postmaster at Esto Russell county F M McEIroy having resigned Senator Oeboes fight upon Mrs San ders postmaster at New Castle was successful J P Gray was appointed to succeed her The Barbourvllle postoffice will bo Increased from the fourth to the third class Oct 1 when tbe salary will be increased to 31100 Albert B Cummins of Des Moines was nominated for governor by the Iowa republicans on the lint ballot at the convention In Cedar Rapids Senator Stewart of Nevada no long er considers free sliver an Issue He also believes Senator Hanna will be a presidential possibility In 1004 The republicans of Maryland held a State convention at Baltimore nom sated a ticket by acclamation and adopted a platform lauding the National administration The republican city and county exe cutive committee annulled tbe recent primary and determined to hold a dele gate convention Aug 21 to nominate a ticket for city and county offices of JeffersonThe committee of Adair named the following candidates for county offices Judge T A Murrell Sheriff F W Miller Clerk T R Stults Jailer J P Conover Assessor Ed Burton Superintendent W D JonesThe honest election democrats who couldnt be Induced to even wink at the slightest political corruption have no place to lay their Innocent Leads since that republican primary election in Louisville Georgetown Times The democratic populist and free silver republican state central committees of Nebraska have practically greed upon fusion and have called conventions to meet in Lincoln on September 17 Mr Bryan addressed the democratic and populist committees and declared himself in favor of fusion Among the prominent young democratic county officials of Kentucky Is Judge Dick Williams of Rockcastlo county Judge Williams enjoys the distinction of being the only democrat lo county judge in Kentucky who was elected in a strong republican county His majority was 230 and be holds his office by virtue of his popularity and ability When cue knows him well personally there Is no surprise that he should win at anything He is young capable and a born politician Elkton rogressBryans Commoner Something should be done to thank director who falls to direct Post mortem bank investigations usu ally shift the losses upon the shoulders of the depositors Those visiting Congressmen should have waited until the Filipinos were accustomed to civil governmen- tIt will be several years however be fore a mans right to affiliate with democracy Is lelt to the republican managers The man who waits for trouble to come before he engages In prayer gun erally finds himself lost In a crowd made up of people like himself Another week has passed yet not a republican organ has seized the oppor tunity to that the droutb is a direct result ot Branlsm Too p o p organs are growing extremely care less A large majority of the democrats who voted for Mr Cleveland In 1892 believed In free silver but bo selected a cabinet of gold men Tbe reorganiz es show a similar disposition to Ignore the voters In order to please the finan ciers The men who own the anthracite coal mines will not allow themselves to be deprived of profit simply because laboring men refuse to mine more coal for The mine owners bavo a better scheme They keep a load supply of coal on hand and the consumer pays the cost of the strike Two Detroit boys were drowned while hunting turtles James Kraft supposed to have been murdered and robbed near Middlesboro Is alive and well Clem Butcher a Louisville drunken brute killed his 13yearold daughter and seriously shot his wife By the explosion of a sawmill boiler at Caney Morgan county two men were killed and the mill wrecked The striking street car employes at Lexington are making trouble for the company which is running Its cars with nonunion men Miss Pearl Hawkaof Louisville who went to Chicago to wed Leo Morris did not like his financial standing and declared the marriage off At Denver Col Mrs Phil Hitch cock wife of a prominent railroad man fatally shot Mrs James W Roberts and killed her victims husband The order has been sent out that all the organized iron and steel workers employed by the constituent companies- of the United States Steel Corporation are to go on a strike tomorrow t 0 = tH 1IiIiiI Why Is It The Louisville Store Is Always Crowded THERE ARE FOUR REASONS WHY rJ 1st Because 2d Because r in our our we are are of L LLLLL LLLLL +4iI IF+ U 11 I t I + Pearl The kind you pay lOc for In other stores on 7 gross left at 5 c Kid Kill Gloves all sizes and shades real value 1150 U close wH sell at 69c 15 pieces yard wide percales worth lOc a yard goat 5C Amoskeag Apron Gingham worth 6jc to 7c go at 5C Best Hoosier Cotton yard wide worth OCt at 4C Misses fast black and tan stlclly seamless lose worth lOc a pair It 5 C f II IHi IH II II 11 44 M1 rTTT TTTTTTTT TTT of T LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Walter Warren sold 50 Iamb to Morgan at 2t to 3c A horse going a mile in 202 has to go 43 28 feet In a second J Holtzclaw delivered a lot of corn to Stanford parties at 1320 Dr J B Offsley sold to W Q LIU lard 30odd stacks of hay at 11160 a Co tbe Hustonytllo millers want to buy all your wheat at highest market price J N Boardman of Paris has refused 1750 for his pacing mare Carrie Nation with Two Shorthorn cows with calves and a yearling heifer for sale D H Skin ocr Hustoavllle Ky Thomas Best has bought the More land farm near Moreland and will con tinue a citizen of Lincoln county are glad to say Black boar shoat now weighs about 100 pounds came my place month ago Owner call and pay for keep and this notice Josiah Bishop Huston ville Robert S lost his fine bay horse George Miller cause of his death was pneumonia Mr Lytle had recently refused for him Haggln has Increased his great Blue Gross estate of logo by 562 acres having bought the R Early farm In Fayette for 852000 Mr Haggln now owns acres Ja a single tract At Monday there were only 300 cattle at both stock yards and prices were low Steers weighing 600 to 600 brought 2 to 3o says the Regis ter Horses sold at 8100 to I12o and mules 875 to 135 Tbe monthly report of Secretary Me Donald to the State prison commissIon- ers shows a balance of 030 30 In the State treasury tbe result of the eco nomlcal of the Frankfort and Eddyvlllo State Treasurer A H Barret of Montana received 50221 tax on the estate of the late Marcus Daly The total tax from the estate was 883702 60 percent going to the State and the remainder to counties of people have been drowned In China by the overflowing or the YangTae It Iii estimated that 20000 persons were drowned in the Swu Hue Ten thousand lives are reported to have been lost at Chong MaJ Gen Joseph Wbeeler has aCt an InvItatIon from the Lexing ton Horse Show Fair and Carnival for Thursday Aug 15 and all Kentuck lans will be given an to see and bear this hero of two wars There Is no man living will a heartier welcome or deserves a more cordUl ovation than Gen Joseph Wheeler A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few Chamber Iains Pain Balm For by Craig Hocker druggists r Ir Every article In our store must be sold at onceti wr as we are positively going to quit business 1X r 3d Because You get more goods for your money here f f than you get in any other store in the county t 4th Because You get good reliable merchandise at the F- I isame price as other merchants pay for them a II + + IHJ orioU I J 1IIIIt II11 H White and Brand worth lOc at 3c Ladles Fine Shirt Waists made of best percales aliil lawns worth 75c at 39c Fine white and colored Table Linen 60 in wide worth 40c a yard at 25c 10 pieces Garter Gum the kind you pay 7c for In other stores go at 3c Oil Best Table Oil Cloth fancy reduced to 15c + ++ + + + + I I I I + rTI as as as a S F to The as Teh who receive t colored The of Tits B Kidney of Newport and Webb Van Borne Rose of the United States Navy is announced But few people know that aKinI and Queen were married in last week The Sandy Herald says Miss Mlabel King and Bethel Quec were united In marriage on FoxB Creek last Friday afternoon Senator Is to be marrIed to Mrs Mary F widow 01 the late Judge H H 01 W Va wbo was a dla tant relative of the Senator The wed ding Is to take place befor meets DOES IT PAY TO UY cheap remedy for conies and coM Is all right bur you want that will relieve and cure the more severe and results of throat and lung What shall you dot Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible If not possible for you then In either case take the remedy that has Won In alt civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boscliees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulate the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays causes easy ex we toratlon gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one many year byall druggist in the world Oct Ama nac Fo silo at Pennys Drug Store Stanford am prepared to repair you buggv carriage or wagon In flrstclass style men to do It and work guaran teed have your old vehicle madE new for very little money J II OUEEH Stantord Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Is aptendld order the water U plentiful allll the shaded grounds resent appearance Guests wlll be given wIlling lit tentlon Rates Adult SS per weeks chil dren under 12 years of ago 83 50j hones 8350 per week For further Information apply to W M VAUQHAN I TillS MONTH I have located at Grab Orchard In Oct Holmes store near the railroad on Often helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I nm selling equal to new also new Clothing and Gents FurnUblng Goods Flue Shoes that Cap etc Hoping that you will not forgot to pat ronize me promising you fair treatment I give you Invitation to visit tho Cincinnati Itargala Bore Call and see me when you come to town We sell flour and meal from Morris Freds farmers Roller Miil4 Stanford at prices It sold At the Exchange HAROAIN STORE lI1 REISER 1fton We guarantee to save you at 50 on all purchases and sell as pert Call store examing goods and prices and you will not won der that always crowded Below only few our money savers Buttons Ladies Gloves Thousands opportunity about Finishing Ladies Shirt Waists Table Linen Webbing Table Cloth andjwhite IIIH I n Gilt Never sold for lets than 25c As long as they last will sell at J Q Q 4 ply Linen Collar all sizes and shapes worth 15c go at 5c Ladles fine Sample Shoes and Oxfords worth f2 to 1250 go In this side at 59c Ladles Sample Shone worth fl to 1160 go at 49c Mens Fifle Shoe Lace and Con greu 98c Boys Flits Shoe all sires worth f1 50 go in this sale at SSc lot Mens Low Cut Shoes worth 1175 spalr to clots will sell at 98C LLLLLLL + LL FFt 200 pairs Men Fancy Worsted Punts worth 81 go in this sale at 49C t Boys from 8100 1012 go in this sale at 9SC Long abort and medium walt Corwts worth SOc aummer and plain all color goat 25c and 1 rani 21 Hook and Eyes white colored with hump per card anllII IIL + + tt I t T H goods advertised Come early you can and get share these great bargains Salinger Bros Prors THE LOUISVILLE STORE Ky tonLippa 214Vecord Richmond penitentiaries inheritance applications of MATRIMONIAL engagement Katherine Kentucky Blackburn Blackburn Blackburn Martlniburg expected Congress OIIEAPf- A something dangerous introduced inflammation Uec- flmmenderl Painting Repairing I paend Experienced can RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL Everything n GREAT BARGAINS secondhand a CINCINNATI least cent Belts HI Linen Collars TTTTTTTTf Mens itBoys Suits Kneepant Sultsworth Corsets Hook Eyes All sold Stanford Ladies Oxfords At Costa IWewill sell any thing in our stock of Ladies and Childrens Slippers and Oxfords at actual cost in order to make room for our immense fall stock of Ladies o Shoes Save money by taking advantage of this offer All new goods No old styles Cummins MoOleiry The Brodhead fair trugust 2t I Tee Days largerWeThe shades to our grounds are butter Plenty of good pure ice water will ho fur I nished free on the ground Goal of music will be In constant attendanco Plenty of amusements to suit all tastes such as Shows Galleries Flying Dutchman Minstrels Ac Good onlor will be demanded of every one present and a good tlmo insured to all We would rcspectfUllrcall your attention to tho fact that though s wo offer an extensive and wo charge no entrance fee to the historyIenjoyable and profitable one The first day of the fair will be Ladles Day and all be admitted Wo hope to sue all our friends and citizens of Itockcas tie and adjoining counties In good attendance all three of the days and this our Sixth Annual will be one the people of Rockcastlo county will be proud of I J Thos Cherry Pres JT Tate Sec z 7s AbLj AFgrhtNVP t The people of Stanford County are Invited to call and examinethe handsomest line of- lly 1 t Imported Wall Paper I haveinat tho PaintsOilsA L GIBBONS Danville THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ISTANFORD KY ACTI 0 1001 t ITny the Judo Taft cigar for a cbolco smoke at Pennys Drug Store UDiurpaBIIISWroI PERSONALS MRS ANNA MCCLARY U convalesce lop A HAIL la ulTorInRA onlc8 with folon V JSOWSLBY JR I nt Crab tW Spring ANNE ASULOCIC went to Llv ton tfuceday Miss DORA IIAUOIIMAN wont to Dttuvlllo yesterday W W WITHERS li recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs MRS DP MARTIN and children aro visiting at Mt Vernon MR A O SINK U working up a Mac cabeo lodge at Falmouth REV It B MAtlONY was In Livings weekt aro back from a vllt to relative In Garrard MR JOHN W MILLER Lancaster took the train here for Jclllco Tuesday t MRS O D PATTIE U the guest ot r Mrs J J Brooks at Crab Orchard Register JutspendIIn Danville Miss MATTIB POWELL of Huston vlllc li a teacber In Mlddlcburg Nor mal College Miss DESSIE MIL KR of Richmond was bero Wednesday en route to Crab Orchard Spring MESSRS A J ADAMS and George A Dlnwlddlc of nuitonvlllo aro at Crab Orchard Springs Mns W B McIloUERTS of thli place won the bluo tie on blackberry wino nt the Danvlllo fair MR WADE UAJUTON PERKINS will J be one of a homo party to bo given by the Misses Moon of Lexington JAQIC PJNKBRTON and Howard Cam nllzof Huetonvllle aro doing som artUtlo painting at tho College MRS a E Cox and children are vis Itlngat Cannelton Ind Mr Cox ac companied them ai far I Loulivlllo MRS W U LACKEY U back from I Lexington where iho visited relativea and U again with Mite Ophelia Lackey Mns W I QEDDINS who hat been visiting relatives In the West End left Tuesday for her homo In Kansai Cltr MlSSEaRAWUNOS of Danville and Clara Austin of Uradfordivllle are guests of MUi Susie Fryo at Iluiton a nyuleMRS JOHN J ALLEN of Huston vllle and her guests the Misses Orch ard of Washington City were hero yesterday MRS J W ALCORN and daughter- Misses Kato and Pattlo went up Crab Orchard Spring yesterday spend a week- KMMETT CAIIHELL who has been working In J II Daugbroan k Co mill has gone to Loulivlilo to work In a machine shop MISSES SARA AND JKXNIB LYNN and Mildred Campbell returned to Ooylo with Miss Maud Mooro and wilt spend some time with her JOHN WONER and wife and A Parsons and wife left yesterday for Russell Spring where Mr Wonerwlll likely engage ni clerk WILLIAM ELKlN of Atlanta la ex pected this week for a visit to his fath er and sisters Capt T A Elkln and Misses Salllc and Mattlo Record REV S M RASKIN la enjoying a months leave of absence given him by his church and U spending tbo time with hie wlfo at Greensboro N MIss MARY HALL who bas bsen rvlsltllJr Mrs W A Tribble wont to Richmond Tuesday to ylilt boforo re turning to her homo In Mason county MESSRS DAVID RANKIN B T Go g gin J W Stlgall and D F Rankle of Wayno and Pulaski aro visiting rein tlyca here Including tbo Rankin brother GEOHQB s SHELHY and family have returned from Oklahoma to remain about ten days before returning to tbo territory to mako their homo there AdvocateMiss Miss Amanda Stone of Liberty and her guest Miss Kerch vat of Sheridan Ind were guests of MVorLBuetonvlliMiss JOSEPHINE HAYDEN who h asat been visiting Mlaa Mary B McRoberta returned to her homo at Wednesday accompanied by her aunt Mrs Mary Craig MR T J HATCHER of Lancaster who Is traveling for the Haaolden Fil ter Co was here yesterday Ho eaya tbo filter Is a great water purifier and that he bas bad much success In his now undertaking CrlpplorMisses Carpenter at Hustonvlllc re turned homo this week accompanied by Misses Mary Carpenter and At Cunningham who will spend sometime In the West MR AND MRS J FRANK WALTON ar VirginiaHECnETARY of tbo Liberty fair was hero yesterday JeonloWarronto Duddorara Mill yesterday whero they spoof tho day In a general picnic LOCALS Tho thJWHEY tenStanford dont fall to look through Witbora Furniture Store I AM tickled to death with tbo cash business Dont ask credit Ed Wllk Ineon THE Stanford colornine defeated loWednesdaySTOCK your winter coal in August and you will save money J H Baujfbman fc Co FOR SALE Good cook stove and lot of bedsteads lc for solo IL J Pin kertoo atthe college TILE opt Sam Flint near Klngavllle WAS dettroved by fire but mot of the contents were saved Quit School Shoes abd Dress Shoes for ladles and dente are the very best made See them before you buy J P Jones READ the Droadbead lair advertise1 incut and inakayoura arrangements to attend tho exhibition Wrlto to J W Tato for catalogue r Oun county man Wra Fields has sold hla tock of general merchandise a t Llvlngiton to Uouk it Adams tbo Mt Ycrnoa merchant TilE data of thee baikcl meeting to bo given by tho Second Colored Christian church of this paco has been changed from the fourth Sunday In this month to Sunday Sept RED MENAU mnmbora of Seneca Trlbo No 27 Improved Order of Red Men are requested to bo present at tbo meeting Monday night Important business to attend to MILLINERY cttMeoltSrI do ansd py sunk Is In splendid shape new and clean Allen Llcclo Bcazloy FLAMING bills were posted hero yes terday tolling that Fighting Joe Wheeler will bo at tho Lexington Elks talc on Thursday of next week Tbo old horn will meet with a warm wcl como I HAVE decided to remain In ford and will have In a big lot of goods In a day or so Cell In and them and bring along that watch clock that needs repairing Wlllla Hamilton the jeweler CARD OP THANKS Wo extend our heartfelt thanks to our rolstiresaolg bon and frlcndi for their kindness In waiting on and nursing our dear dauehl blenae A LANCASTER dispatch says An dinance was Introduced before tho council to atop tbo solo of cocalno morphine by the drug stores except on spcclflc prescriptions and then only In cases of actual ilckness Tho cocalno habit has assumed each proportions alto require legislation to stamp It out liltDe steers over my way said a get tleman from Kingsvlllo to us yesterday and a good many say they aro going to voto tho democratic ticket straight They dont like the now converts getting tbo boat oQlccs and a numb of thorn aro not going to put up wit It be added We congratulate the roo publicans of tho Klngivillo section on their good sense They hero reason to kick and they should kick Arm you making your arrangements to attend tbo Liberty fair next week o If not you had bettor do so or you ll regret It Besides rings for alma everything thoro will bo running trot ting and pacing races each day whllo on the first day a game of baso ball will bo played between the Hustonvlllo and Russell Springs teams The premiums aro unusually liberal thla year and some of tbo boat stock tn the State expected to contort for them Every thing is about In readiness for the lair and everybody Is looking forward to having a big limo WK wero full of the Hustonvlllo talc last week that wo forgot to mOil tion tho reunion of tbo Peyton family Peytons Well hence the following from Dr Ed Alcorn In the Advocate erThe reunion of the Peyton family at Peytons Well was not largely attended owing to tho fair This renal was inaugurated several years ago hY Dr Frank Peyton of Stanford to ccl obrato his birthday but as ho la bachelor and growing gray ho is go ting tender on the subject elbow many ho has bad lseye le as bright hla atop as elastic and his hopes of many stronghofear as that he la passing late thelsera and yellow lest and bo will not realize hias many may como to him yet before Iho final chapter closes FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow sub ject to register cheap J S Rico WITHERS sells good Furniture Chairs Mattresses Springs Rugs Car oIyou got one r of those fl Foun Price now only 70 cents J P Jones WE will till your coal use during e month of August cheep for cash H Baughraan k Co FOR SALE OR RENT Residence on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E C Walton W W WITHERS theFurniture Carpets Mattings Wall Paper Plo ture Frames and the low prices S To FARMERS I am still In the mill g business and am bettor prepare ever to servo the people Fair dealing tq all Morris Fred Proprie tor Farmers Roller Mill TilE Danville Dally News gotten out by Vernon Richardson and Arcblo Dunlap during the fair ill a cracker jack The young men are to bo congratulated on their enterprise PLEASED Mrs J S Owaloy Jr who ia back from a stay at Crab Orch ard Spring speaks In tbo highest terms of tbo delightful tlmo she spent there She Is loud In her praise of the host and his excellent wlfo There aro 100 or more guests there now and they compote as pleasant a crowd as ever gathered j DANVILLE FAIR Rain cut the crowd at the Danville talc to some extent on Tuesday but Wednesday and yester day the weather was line and people wero on band from tho self works A magnificent lobof horses and other clock lIon hood the rings are all hotly contested the outside attractions ar numerous and Interesting and all In al the present Is tbo best fair over held at Little Britain Following aro some of the premiums Lincoln county people won Trio of fox hounds W L Daw son sky terrier J C Lynn trio of brown leghorns Mrs A E Hundley Pekln ducks Mrs A E IIundlo blackberry wine Mrs W B Atctto- rte fancy saddle marc any age WS Drye gentleman rider J C Lynn prettiest baby one year old Isabella Glvcns daughter of Mr and Mrs W P Givens Virgil B Hold son of F Reid second Out of four shows of vehicle BruceL Bright the Danvlllo buggy people woo tbreo The follow- Ing gentlemen had herds of shorthorn on exhibition JM Hall Paris Wm Warfield Lexington E K Thomas Bourbon and W H Durrett Crltten den county Richard Heln Stout ion woowIts In a of Mr C V Gentry LincoorlQ yestemr wo wero not In it much in getting blue ties Jesse C Lynn being about tbo only fortunate winos Ho won In the walking ring E P Carpenter got his magnificent Dignity Daro yearling defeated for the first time Tbo sports backed Mr Ce entry at 10 to 1 The hotly contested roadster ring yesterday was won by Harris of r AfarccstdCHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Haslna subject next Su day Is The Responsibility of Present Tho Congregotlooallats will seta lish an academy at Tar Ridge Men too county Rare Partin and Smith era conduct log an Interesting meeting at tho Pleasant Point church Rev R H Hobbs has commenced a aaelathel The Rev JF Claycomb of Cam bollavlllc bas accepted a call from t congregation of the Cumberland Pree byterlan church at Pembroke There will begin at Morcland on tho 17th a camp meeting in a toot coo ducted In the main by Rev Nowso atIt will run along for sumo time dog less Dr David Kennedy a minister Kingston N Y dropped dead the while addressing a taxpayers mooting Apoplexy was tho cause of death Ho was 05 years old wisbegin ao the Christian church on tbo llth The preaching will bo done Rev R G Frank of Philadelphia who Is well known In this section of Kentucky having spent his early boyhood and youth In Garrard county during the ministry of his father Itov Joseph Frank to the Christian church at Lancaster Mr Frank ta a brilliant and pleasing speaker n forceful and able teacher devout and earnest Christian whoso life Is truly dedicated to tho saving of souls and strengthen ptog of spiritual life Tbo minister and congregation are working zealously In preparation for this meeting and are confident much good resulting there welcotwomen and earnestly solicit the operation of all Christian w sincerely pray Thy Kingdom ComolI May this revival result In the strength ening of every church In our commun- Ity the deepening ot spirituality the quickening of brotherly love the pu fication the deeper revorca for law and tbo moro earnest pure to love and servo the ode true at living God h a IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES ExGov Bradley will formally open t MondayThere In the family of Josh Beams near Bar bourvllle The Producers of Gas and Refining Co of Richmond Ky capital 8500000 was Incorporated at Dover Del Casey county has native born males 7 OSS female 7438 foreign born male 25 females 20 colored males 258 females 240 Collector Denton of Danville re cplveda letter a lets days ago from Slrunk Iy addressed to the Eternal Revenue Collector at Danville It is said that tbo owners of the Sun nybrookoll wells in the Wayno county fields have been offered 300000 for OlddNorris Harvey who ia wanted by the authorities in Madison on tbo charge of criminally assaulting his niece Miss Matilda Slnnett has been located In Woodford county Arthur Kanff aged who lived alone near Middlesboro was found dead in his cabin The house bad been ran sacked and tGO which KautT was known to have was takenaThe Cumberland River Naabvllle Railroad company with capital stock of 10000 filed articles of Incorpora tion at Frankfort It proposes to buildia road from Burnsldo to Nashville Whllo trying to rescue his children from a mad dog John Portwood a prominent farmer of Waco Madison county was himself attacked by the dog and bitten over tho heart Port wood finally overpowered the dog and cut lit throat MInard Allen Henry Allen William Adams Joseph Allen William Hous ton Green Adams Harley Garland and Gran Wllkerson of Altaocont were bandinglthat the men entered tho home of Jerry Singleton taking him therefrom and administered a severo beating Capt John A Geary reported as having sold his Interest In oil wells for 107000 has not done so The Somer CaptbMReddlktion to tbo Standard Oil Company on tbo Bertram wells and lessee for 8500 000 but no deal bal been made BLOND ELL AT HIGH BRIDGE The famous swimmer and noted life wonderfulAquatio bBrldgoon Sunday Aug 18th A grand view can be had from the surrounding bills One of the greatest water effects ever BlowInsand costly model of the once beautiful localfrellfbtTuesdayrnesdav Aug 14th points on the F O Ry Aug 15th Dont fall to see it catbearing FARM FOR RENT CreekStMlonacres to go In corn about 20 In wheat 50 In oats and the rest In grass Address VI T TUCKER NOTICE ShropIhlredownthousand feet of lumber to trade for horses tobr Valuable Property For Sale anlotfortable one and there Is on the lot a store house blacksmith shop and tenanthouse Outbuildings are numerous und In good ro lurtberdescription fAILEYhoPMRT FOR SALE I Containing 13 acres two miles south of McKinney on Mlddlcburg pike nil acre twbtboth and well watered Can be sold In two wholefreJ S MOTLEY McKlnnoy Ky NONE BUT GENUINE 111I handle flooring Harvester Extras and genuineUnless genuineu SALE OF PERSONALTY As administrator of tho lato Dr Ed M FAtes I will at his lato residence near Mc Klnnoy on Thursday August 15 1901 Sell tho following personality 3 horses 3 cows Jack 3 yearling cattle jennet Superior disc bInder I Deer Ing mower rake term and garden toots stdfarm wagon 800 pounds tobacco 230 bushels 150 bushels wheat 2 stacks of hay stickshoall household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention Terms All turns of 810 and under cash over that amount n credit of six months Imo darn of sale with e per cent Interest DrC0w111dprosoatthem I BARGAIN PRICES In Ready Mixed Paints For = THE CASH After thebesttimeyou money if you will call Largest Selected Vehicles Central Have Stock Staple and Fancy Groceries Tinwau Hard Stoves Glassware Woodenware Chinaware Ice Call and see our stock Opera House Corner Stoves and full line other Stoves and Ranges Also Salt Limo and Cement = BRIGHT JR 1 Look at This 100 Fountain Shirts 79c 50c Fountain Shirts 39c TFRMS we have your size in JOHN P JONES Stanfrod m IIfYou Are I GOING TO TRAVEL K5 Get a A from us New Ijust in a pair of ZEIGLER SHOES H r the little I Prices Always you needMLow GoodI04J rJUGGIES UGGIES UGGIES The an Best of In Now in 150 Vehicles Ranging In 2500 5oooo waleI Refrigerators at carryathe New Columbian ol JOHN CO SPOT CASH Come quick while stock Trunk stock Wear I Wehave other things iia SlackI Price From To Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and wo sell on a smaller margin than any houso in Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especially invited to look our stock over We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Bruce a Bright Danville J rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the poet o ce b Stanford at econdclatt mti- UerrvakrlsnaTuawyaet saawv- ar 1 PER YEAR CASH a when not toealdaiaOOvlU becharged MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over on farms only at 0 per cent Inng time and easy payments A TIUBIILK 3m Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE flurllon I Store In II the Ovtley KytJONESDENTIST J Stanford Ky Office over Higgins A McKlnneys Sto Telephone No IS McKinney Roller Mill J B McKINNEY Prop MoXinneV XV Make and keep constantly on band tho best of Flour Meal Sblpstuff Bran Chic en Feed c Prices very reasonable OUSt tom grinding a specialty D V Kenned Miller Executors Notice I r r The creditors of D W Vandevecr decd are bcrcbuy notified to present their claims against said estate by Sept 1001 duly proven as required law All persons owing tall estate aro requested to settle This Oth day of July IDOL M AUTHA J VANDEVEKH Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on band and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager Stile of Personalty August 17 AsVlmlnUtritor ol the state of the late Jo- bTOililrI will tell at public auctlonSatnrda August on tht 3 east ot star ford the penonalty consllliDi of tour good to and calve also two young hone a And S elB old one wagon one one set bUcktiult 100 I houaebol l and kitchen furniture sod otbu things too numerous to mention Terms mad known on ol site tide will comment promptly at 10 oclock JP Chandler Auctr W E AluS Admr Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- Bncctwor to The Farmers flank A Treat Compan and under same management Dully for So Years t Solicits Your Bank i Account Hoping such builnms relations will prow mutua ly beneficial and pies DIR iCTORSi 3 B t Ja 0lie1 Sr JN Menefet A W Carpenter W H Cummins J E LynnS thank t J K Cub J B Owslcy OFFICERS SB Shanks Freildent J UOwler cashier tiM Urirht Ant Oath FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Coital Stock 150000 Snrplni 110009 Toll initltutlon originally itabllibed ai tht Ot ro Bank or tan lord In IKS then reorganized ai the NaUonal Dank of Stantord In andagali IOfgInlod the Pint National Dank ol Stanton n 1882 hat hail practically anunlnterrupted ezlit enc for4t year It li Utter supplied now wit tacUltlee far traniactlngboilneti promptly and tnsllythaneverbeforeln e IU long and honoiab tarter Account ol IndhldualllIduclaries- andlndhldualiaoUdted 1IeF Reid Lincoln coin 8 TIIarrles 1tJ J s cocker WP Walton II BU Kkir JW ll DStinfoi tf H Baoghman TP11111 W A TrlbblII 3 HCollUrCrab OroVd Ju Kolilnjon UubbleI U DElmore Stanford i orrlceas i Preald ent jd J J SlcEoUrti Cuhl t d EaR DILLEHAY DANVILLE EY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement a o Write For Prices PRUITT B11OS MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Liver- yMONEY I r Ute Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J S OWSLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose tamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS For fair and liberal adjustments of losees racoainiend to all property owners of Cu InHomo tov and adjoining uranco Company of New York represented bv Jesse D Wearen Stanford Ky 11 I Insured my property In the abcre com 18fire June lany and lost my tor which the company Respectfully me liberallypromptlyand OEO o DAI IS DR G GOLDSTEIN Ejfl Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford examined and Sept 18 and glasses scientificallyadJusted Office hours Oam to S p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PIIOHBIKTOH I desire to announce to the public that am ready to do any and all kinds grind- Ing and that I win at all times furnish the beet of Flour Moal Sfcipstuff Ohickon Food Etc and I solicit e lowestAt the Tery there of your patronage promising to give me roll the very best mind that I need your patronageMOnnIS FRED Pr- orDrsSlayinPhillips OSTEOPATHISTS be In Danrllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturday Office In the P nnln ton nulldlni SUnfordO jice hours 9 to MI 2toIr2 OSTEOPATHY This Selene originated and developed by Dr KlruTille Mo depends on the- rlnclpleeofAnsmmysoil Physiology for its re no rubbing- osurgicaloperaUoneanfclalma hlng super nstural osteopathy views mm as machine of so many When all u Ita II adjustment heath are properly adjusted and not oTerworksd Is the the dlselsea treated by Kheumatlim us Nervous Neuralgia daubtioWeakEyes Oranulaled Jld Golt- rDurt Constipatio- nleGall and DtasaLITer Stones Enlarged ale aU Stom of Bones aidDineaetroubleach and IntHtinal JlnU Curvatures tLocomotorAtax Inoontlnence Urlne Paralrel Diseases s peela t1 Consultation Free J+ c+ McG1MY 1 l tThTnfTAKEManufacturer f HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY If HAYS UNDERTAKERS OK1LBS FurnltureMattlnKsRagts And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right ITANFORD i KENTUCKY aaw 4nw 4-d11eri ra J A4 SHELBY CITY J M Adams of Corbin hail Capt Bolls position at transfer mall clerk at Junction City The Shelby City school opened Monday and has enrolled 22 boys and 21 girls Prof Orubba expects to take about 25 of them to the Danville ralr Friday afternoon The L ac Ne boarding cars contal Ing a white crew and a colored 000 have been on our aide track a week and are putting In ties and raising tbo grade East of our city Prof N W Millet principal of Bradfordsvlllee graded school tfas hero organizing a lodge of Tontlni which is by far the best mutual life In suranco order we know of Miss Edna Shlvell took part In the elocutionary entertainment of tlu Maud Popo at the Maccabee Hall Sat urday night Very felt know of tbla entertainment hence the smell crowd Samuel ICullcy who has bean confined to his home some time does not seem to grow any better Misses Lily booth Georgia and Barry Gaines are visiting Miss Jael Garner near Crab Orchard this week For the third time the Alum Springs base ball team with Denton pltchor lad Tarklngton catcher suffered dc teat at tbe hands of the Junction City team Saturday Keene pitched and 3lolland caught Score 18 to 12 Mrs Dr Chase and boys spent last week In Covington with her lathe ilr Edward Taylor Mlsa Bcttl Blaine of Bloomington III and Lo gsn Blaine of Grant county were the lueaia of Mr and Mrs R Walke luau Mrs Xerelda Engleman spent two reeks In Kansas City visiting ber brother James H Arnold Edward tuna of the firm of Bunn Broil II tilting a weeks vacation and Mr Jai Ilarkion of Alum SprIngs Is clerking In his place Mr R N Buter who has lately moved to Junction City has attained the ripe old ago of 84 Miss Katberlni Hood granddaughter of Dr George tuna Is visiting relatives at Huston vllle Mr Hood Engleman has a post tlon as telegraph operator at Rowland Ark on the C O and G R It C B Helm is Junction Citys veterinary sur lOeon and has had much success Jaa Ingleman Is telegraph operator at ackeon on the Lexington and Eastern R R Matt and Wm Englemao are so well pleased with Oklahoma that as soon as they sell out here they will move to that place with their mother and sisters Mrs Lilly Tadlock and illdren of Louisville have been tie Itlnll here Mrs Lena Turner and kuphter Ruth are visiting relatives In Louisville Mason Morris of Lex Inllton spent a few days with bis aunt Mlu Nancy Reynolds A MINISTERS GOOD WORK I had a severe attack of bilious colle- got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan kly neighbor across the street was sick- for over a week had two ortbrao bottles of medicine from the doctor He u ed- them for three or four days without relict then called in another doctor who tleated him for some days without relief 80 discharged him I went over to see- him the next morning He said hit bowels were in terrible fix that they had- been running off so long that it nee almost bloody flux I naked him if he had- tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoa Remedy and he said Ho went home and brought him my boule- Dnd gave him one dose told him to take another dose In 16 or 20 minutes if he did- not find relief but ho took no more and- was entirely cured I think it Is the- best medicine I have over tried For- salo by Oralg Rocker druggists INMEMORIAfrtI In loving memory of n AUjgustAt tbo home of parents coin county Ky after an illness of levI eral months duration which battled skill of her physicians her worn out succumbed too that dread dlleal- etubelculotandtbe sweet spirit or Mary Cook winged Us flight to a world where pain ifunknown I All was done that loving bands could do to alevlato her sufferings and brli back tbe health bloom to her cheek but of no avail How sad It la to cbro tale the death of one so young and fa r and to whom life was no sweet bow bard to sever the tender ties that linked her heart In true affection to hcr loved ones tiers was truly a beautiful life En ergetlc and Industrious In the how kind amiable obedient and devoted In her relation as daughter sister and friend Faithful to discharge every duty as a Christian willing to bow In submission to the higher power y et so earnestly longing to live It was doubly hard for those who loved her to watch her young life ebb away It Ie but another instance when we are made to know that the grim reaper tingles out and cuts down suddenly the fairest and the best Yet sudden as was tbo summons It lid not find ber unprepared At tbe arty ago of 10 years she had hcede the divine injunction liDo yo 0180 eady During the ministry of Elder J G Livingston In a protracted meet ngat Goshen she gave her yount beart to God and lived a consistent christian life until called up higher fleeced assurance to those wh nourn for her that she Is now wearing the crown of righteousness that fad etb not away Not changed but glorified she wait Upon the distant portal Your safe convoy within the gates To the life that Is Immortal Sbe Is dead yet on her pale sweet fan Is pictured a dream of Bcaven- n her smiling lips you can faintly tracts The peace to her spirit given Ifes battle fought too victory woo Her folded hands are resting Een now her earthly mission done She Is Heavens glories testing Then mourn not she in love awaits Just on the other side To welcome you within tbe rates Rot changed but glorified Clara Doty Trayior A dispatch from Taylorsvlllo says A rlous scene and one that reminded the older citizens of slave days was wben Auctioneer Crabb stood upon tbe mrthouse stops and sold Cy Lewis colored to tbe highest bidder A large crowd was present but no one seemed ixlona to bid In tbe darky probably betaulelt was uncertain whether one could get soy real benefit from tbe Ne- jtro if bepurcbased him Be was final IV knocked down to Mr Arch Hays a young farmer of near town at 82 Lew la was sold Into servitude for a period or nice months upon being convicted at the last term of circuit court of vn Irancy here It more Catarrh In this section or the nor than all otktrdlMUM put together and nntll the list few ytan wee to be In and hle For a great doctors rronolltur It a local dheae sad prescribed and by tailing to cure with htdt- mint pronounced It insurable SclenctrMt a constitutional dlxur nororequlrescoaetitutlunatreatment lIalt- Catrrh Cure ny tCo Toledo Ohio U the only constitutional rare on the market It II taken Internally In from drop to a teaspoonful U sets directly oo tb blood and uimoui surfaces the system oller one doll n for caw It hill to rure Send fordreulanandteritnonlald- dress f J CHENEY O Sold by drunlitt Me alls fills ire the ted New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice NewStock to select from Yourlpatronngo will he appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call undKce us WI1M SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street Stafford Fer ale College+ A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles Has all the grades of tho best city grammarJschooU and in addition the full regu lar courses of study of the best female colleges In tbo Plate Four departments of study Literary and ticientltlc Music Art and Elocution Thorough Instruction in all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session will open Monday September 2J Tuition fees range from flOJto 125 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks f100 For catalogue address S T I STISEZSTOnsr Prin- Staiifcrd Xy MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY- A FirstClass Boarding School For Girls J W cCAItVEY JR Principal Faculty of ten teachers who were educated at the leading Institution of America and Europe and have made brllllmit records as Instructor every one a specialist In her department Music department exceptionally strong School apparatu and general excellent tare fussy teachers Frequent lectures equipment free by the principal on isle recent travels In Palestine and Europe De lightful and location only one serious case of sickness In 13 no higher than other flratclast school nor than many interior ogles Send for catalogue 1 I thA- w tA l State College of Kentucky IThe Agricultural and Mechanical Stato College College of Kentucky offers the following courses ofstudy vir nWalhomaucal Normal Horticultural Chemical llloloRlcalAgricultural School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over e3r and leads to a degree 1ostjrraduato courses of sttuly are else prorldeil lUlling caclrton uisjUerij degree Each course of study Is organized a faculty Tho general faculty numbers more than thirty professors and instructors APPOINTEES rccelyettlllloutoem rent in dormitory COUNTY and It they remain ten mouths c8 The laborator rs nod museums Itro large wolf equipped comprehensive and modern The 1M Legislature appropriated 30000 for a coljcg home lop youug women and a drill and lies been for men Military tactics cud science are iully provided for as required by Con gross Urailnatcs from the several courses of study readily find excellent posit hone and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely Iu excess of the ability of the colle o to supply lyut year the matriculation list was 020 i Far catalogue method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and towns of admission apply to JAMES K 1ATTERSON1it D LL D t IrelWcnt Fall term begins September I IOOI LBXIXOTON Kv The Racket ScoreID full with Bargains now In the line of Clothing Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Hats CapstLadies and Gents Furnishings l I have Just returned from the Est where I have tho besVand cheapest stock ever brought to Stanford I will now be able to undtrMlIany Ololhlne and i Shoe house In the State Come and see for yourself and bo convinced Thf Jill bo one of tho biggest 3 MONEY SAVING SALES lover attempted In Stanford 200 pairs Mines Slippers to close out at lOc a pair Size 13 to 200 j Mr Ladles Slippers sizes 2 i to 4 out at 43a pair worth 250 TilE RAOKET STOHB STANFORD Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For Good Goods 1 AT Low Prices Call on George H Farris Co Get Richiea Others have done to why cant you Deposit 1 your money with the Tnt AYETTE INVESTMENT 0 OF LEXINGTON KY micro it will be safe nod Increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent We Will Take In Exchange Fo Buggies Carriages Buckboards i HarnessILive Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats ELiy Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford i ulJJniJfJiltt 1 IIIs 1 b TiorrilB vtbLE tt GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 I VE SAhCK ANa ART EXWBITslII s55or000 ORGEbus IGANTIC IU8EMENT TRACTION INCLUDING AND THE MOST 50000TUPriIl2LIN4 II ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised for the ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND I EXCURSION RATS ON RAILROADS SLC SMALL SILLS WRITE von ILLUSTRATED CATALOG 4Lrir ALL PARTICULARS EWSHANKUNSeoy LEXINGTON Kv sta 1