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Sr r etTr rR ir SEMI n WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 13 1901 9 A M NO 48 INE NOTES i II One Negro killed another at Puducah bccauto of a class of beer George W Sulior a prominent at torney of Maybvlllc It dead Tho game privileges at tho Lexington Elks fair told for 13000Is Prlnco Henry of Orleans It deadi Saigon Frooch Cochin China Qt1i An alleged attempt was made to up a British transport at New Flftyfivo tqwn lots were told orlcnD111 ton O T at au average prlco each Prof J T Akcrt ono of tbo bet known educators In the State died at RichmondThe dollar steel trust has do creed that the full dinner pall mutt got and stay gone In Magoflln county Leo Arnett a 1promlncnt citizen was fatally stabbed Uallcy j Tho cotton growers of South Co roll na are talking of forming a trust to DbI lain higher prices The United States Steel Corporation bat secured control of tbo Tube Work which bat 15 planuIPatrick Walsh one of the most okpromlnont manufacturers In the SoutbI dropped dead at Chattanooga r William Hill keeper of tbo Nelson county poor farm was shot and killed by William Ilazcl an lomatoITod Sloan not tho Jockey but a Wyoming horse thief was killed by Sheriff Potter near Ked Lodge that State Thomas Casket of West Liberty died from drinking cinnamon John Perry It at the of death from the cauloItame t Peter Jackson tho noted Negro IIUJI Illtt succumbed to consumption Australia Ho was the only man SuiI livan feared The number of males of voting ago In Kentucky It given at 643990 by the census returns of 1000 There are 74 Negro voterIChief of Detectives Harry Stougb ofI Lexington was Indefinitely upended for alleged disobedience of the orders of Acting Mayor Lowry j Is it estimated In tbo treasury department that about 125000000 of Alas gold will reach the United States 1kilo the present season United Mine Workers will aileI the American Federation of Labor to declare a boycott against tho product of the mines In Hopkins county While lying In bed at Glontnorc N Yf sutTprlng from injuries sustained In a runaway Alvin Seaton aged ten i jcare was murdered by his mother I Joe Keys died In Warren county of consumption Ha was given a pent tcntlary sentence for murder but was recently released and sent homo to J dieA company II being organized to- control tbo limestone output of tbo country Officials of the steel trust are said to bo interested In the proposed combineA of 82000000 la In the Uni ted States treasury awaiting a young a Pole provided bo can traco his rola NapoleonIA young lady in going to swim the rapids of Nogora because she needs I the money The rapid thing will not need tbo money afterwards Cynthia na Democrat Enraged because be was ordered to stop fishing on Fioldon Loops premise near Mlddtcsboro William Wilson killed the owner of tbo land without glvlpg him any warning Wm Pearson a young man was found lying by tbo railroad track near Bowling Green dying Ho claimed Negro tramps robbed and pushed him off a moving freight train A dog belonging to John L Moore an eccentric atheist of Qulnoy III died Tbo body was at onco embalmed 4and will be kept by Mooro until his death when both will bo cremated Paul Gcorlz chef at tho Phcoul Rote Lexington was shot and fatally wounded by Andrew Arvldsaon a J hemp dealer Gcorlz had made u re mark reflecting on the latters wlfo J Alexander Thomas Ballantyno the Inventor of the lce making machine and the method of Increasing tbo flow of oil wells by exploding torpedoes In their depths Is dead at Cleveland 0 The citizens of Nashville voted to subscribe for 1000000 worth of stock fitIn the Naehvlllo and Clarksvillo rail road A similar proposition Involving 3100000 was approved by tbo voters of i Clarksvllle The battleship Wisconsin has been ordered to bo ready to proceed to Panama to represent tho United States on Pacific coast of Colombia durio 1the existing rebellion Tho gunboat Machias has been ordered to Colon on the Atlantic Suit may be flied to prevent James 1Woode the wInner of the first numbst- 1 n Oklahoma land lottery tram taking possession of his claim near Lawton It le alleged that ho has vie the letter and tbo spirit of act In his selection of fYtbe homestead r In Greonup county Joel Allen WHS shot and perhaps fatally wounded by oldIeudwoundsSpeaking at a banquet In Manila Coy Taft stated that In order to properly develop the Philippines tariff re form legislation should be enacted at the next session ot Congress Andrew Arvld son who killed Paul Goetz In Lexington was acquitted at hit examining trial Avnrdleton proved Goetz bad been Intimate with his wlfo and had planned to kill him Jack Winters the man suspected of robbing the Selby Smelting Works near San Francisco has confessed and the J2SOOOO In gold bullion has been recovered from the bay where ho sank It LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Dick Gentry sold to Well 103 cattle at 1520 May oorn touched OS cents In Chicago SaturdayJ sold to S Morgan a bunch hogs at Sic FOR Srttt8 nice Southdown bucks C Carpenter Hustoavlllos Conner 2031 by 0 F Cray won the freeforall pace at Albany N V Coulter White bought several bunch es of hogs last week at about 6c Wm Moor sold to A W Carpenter 10 hog for Nov 25 delivery at 5c J U Baughman fc Co bought of Eld Joseph Batlou a lot of oats at 40o a bushel Llpps ii Co the Huitonytllo millers want to buy all your wheat at highest market prlcosWhitneys Goldsmith won tbo Sara toga Special Sweepstake worth 115 000 Saturday Lutes V Co bought of M E Allen a horse for 1 55 and sold to B C Sandldge ewe at 82 50 Joe Glazebrook sold 13 two year old mules to John Durdctto at nLobanon Enterprise Season money is now duo and I will appreciate it If you will settle at once M S Baughman Wagers of Richmond bought 180 hogs of Claywood V Gllkcy of North Mlddletown at 505 Two Shorthorn cows with calves and yearling heifer for sale D H Skin ner Huttonvllle Ky Mrs Apna Qultenberrys Jerseys advertised In this paper told at 130 to 8150 at the Danville fair James R Keene of New York has bought the Caslleton farm of 012 acres near Lexington for 135000 J U Myers sold to Joseph Coffey 50 barrels of now corn shucked in the field for Nov delivery at 8250- Cretceus started at Poughkeopsle N Y to beat his record of 2021 but fail ed He went the distance In 2001 Dr J n Owley sold to R L Hub blo his premium two ycar old mare mule for 1200 She Is 10 hands high and very fine Tho Danville News says that Tip Bruco refused 82500 for his team of bays which won everything they went after at the fair Mrs L A Fade has bought of W 0 Wolford 371 acres of land beyond Uustonvllle for 11200 and will move to It from Lexington Thero wore only about a dozen cat tlc hero yesterday but nobody seemed to want them and most of them wore driven homo unsold Horace W Bowman of Danvlllo has a cow tbat makes 17 pounds of but tar a week She la some of Mr F Roida fine Pedro stock Capt B F Powoll got 810 In preml urns at tbo Huttonvtlla and Danvlllo fairs on n mare und mulo colt and sold the colt to an Anderson county man for 9100 It is by S T Harris floe Jack Julius Fleishman sold his stable ot runners at Saratoga as follows Smart Set 810DOO Blue MOOO DoRcezko 0200 Francis D 85200 Allbut 83 000 Calgary 81800 Frank McKee tS50 Barbara Freltchle 81300 Tho peach crop of Madison county will be enormous this year The larg est grower perhaps Is James Jones who has an orchard of 1000 trees that will average three bushels to tho treo Ho estimates tbo crop to bo worth 83 000Unknown parties entered the pasture of Tllford Currens where his cattle were grazing and knocked the horns oil of several cows slashed some of them fearfully with knives and otherwise maimed them In a horrible manner Harrodsburg Democrat- C E Miller of Illinois Is hero with his brothcrelnlnw J C and M B Eubanks Ho tolls us that ho ban 425 of the cattle bo bought In this section averghogs following them Mr Miller sold 200 big cattle some tlmo ego at 505 In Chicago ageages on wheat 803 oats 730j barley 800 spring ryo 830 buckwheat 011 po tatoes 023 timothy hay 841 The condition of tobacco during Julvasunfavorable In Kentucky it declined 25 points 0- Qc LANCASTER The Ladles Aid Society of the Chris- Tian church will meet Saturday after noon with Mrs Dr Beazley At a picnic at New nope Saturday Albert Mayfield colored was shot twlco by another colored man named Denny Cause of tbu quarrel unknown Mr D D Gelgar and family of Dan ville have moved Into the house re cently vacated by Mr R H Ward Wn are glad to welcome so good a citizen as Mr Gclgor Quite a number of our people went over to the Danville fair last week All report an excellent tlmo and say the only trouble was that It did not last long enough Tho bridge across Henderson creek at Lowell was washed out ISunday night pillars and all A good rain Is falling here this morning but a great deal of damage was done In some parts of the county by tbo heavy rains Candidates are as thick In our midst grasshoppers in a wheat Held Dem ocrats seem to bo suffering very little uneasiness which Indeed they have no occasion to do at our prospects aro brlgat enough to drive away the blues In most any kind of weather Mr Ed Gaines who hOI been ill eo long is again ablo to be up to tbo do light of his host of friends and ac quaintance Although still rather weak he sits out In his yard and halls all pastors In his cheerful way as though nothing hail been the matter Mr I C Rucker hat returned to his old home on South Campbell street and It heartily welcomed by old friends Ho und Mr Burnbam have leased Ward Brp flouring mill for three years and will run it under tho firm name of Burnham ft Ruckcr Success to them Mr Antel George patted peaceful ly away Saturday afternoon Sho was a member of the Presbyterian church a good and useful citizen who will be greatly missed She was 77 years of ago and leave besides her husband one ton Mr Wm George with whom the made her home to mourn her loss Wnlto teachers Institute closed Fri day afternoon with the usual services Tills has been ono of the most Inter esting meetings held for omo time and all teachers teem to bo prepared to go back to their work with renewed courage and take up the regular round of duties with now patience and inter estThe railroad surveyors are now in camp near Brodhcad As tlmo goes on our people grow more and more con fident that this road Is to be ours but some few refuse to be convinced that we are to have such good luck nevertheless they will be convinced when the whistle of locomotive is heard on the road Just how long that will be- we cannot say Wednesday evening Roy A R Moore of the Christian church here vlll begin a protracted tweeting at Hubble In consequence whereof Rev Leonldas Robinson of tbo Methodist church will conduct the prayer service Wednesday evening In Roe Moores stead Regular services wilt be held Sunday morning but there will be DO preaching Sunday evening We wish Bro Moore all possible success in his work of winning souls to Christ Tbu season will open at Garrard Opera House on Thursday Sept 5 when tbo second Annual Elocutionary Contest will bo held under the manage ment of Prof J H Patterson A die mond ring and a gold watch will be given to the first and second best con testants Thoy aro valued at 4S5 and 875 respectively The beet talent from the leading towns In the country will enter the contest and It promises to be the most attractive ono over given In this section Miss Nora Phillips of Stanford is visiting Mrs A H Bastln Miss Lllllo Dale Grant has Just returned from a delightful visit to Hustonvlllo Miss Marie Joseph Is visiting MISt Cath oryne Hood at Shelby City tiles Mol lie Spalnbowor of the Baetln Tele phone company was called homo a low days since on account of tho Illness ot her mother Mrs Lolla Broad us and eon of Round Hill who bavo been vis iting Mrs Davo Ross have returned homo Mrs James and children of Lox ington visited Mrs James I Hamilton last week Mfeeea Fannie Austin and Nannlo Anderson spent Sunday with Miss Kato Arnold at Hyattsvllle What most people want is something mild and fccntle when in need of a phys ic Chambnrlalus Stomach and Liver Tablets till tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In cficct For sale by Craig d Hooker Druggists In a lecture from a New York pulpit Chaplain Jones U S N said that during tbo war with Spain Great Britain bad 63 menof war concentrated at two points to bead off any move mont European Powers against tbo- Unltetl States Alamo shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber sins Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists OEOnOE n COOPER Familiarly known as Thompale18 probably the most universally liked man In the county In fact even tbe republicans like him so well they didnt give him opposition for county clerk A splendid penman and something of a updocumoltUwell fitted for the ollico bo fills so cred itably and if the wishes of a legion of friends count for anything he will bo county clerk of Lincoln as beg as be wants to booAI clever and accommo dating as the days aro long as polite as a Chesterfield as big hearted as mortal man over was and as true a friend as the good Lord ever made Thompsle Cooper Is loved by all who know him and moat loved by those who know his sterling qualities best He Is a man among men and Is verily of the salt of tbe earth IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES Martin Baker died of smallpox In MercerUncle Nathan Bottom a Mercer county Negro Is bale and hearty at 112 years Mr Huston Jordan of the Longford section of Rockcastle died last week of consumptionPete charged with shooting Geo Roberts at East Bornstadt was held In 11000 Mlts Margaret Murphy has resigned as kindergarten teacher in the Garrard graded school The OI1 Well Supply Company of Plttsburg has Just completed arrange mentt for opening two large warehouses one at Somerset and the other at Burn side Sites for tbe buildings have been secured at both places Lee Porter killed a peculiar snake In Salt Peter cave It bad two heads one being near the middle of the body of the reptile which was 30 Inched In length Both beads were set In the same direction and were nearly the same slzoMt Vernon Signal The republican candidates for county ollleee In Laurel promised to use both er money nor whisky but this is what the Mountain Democrat says about tho primary last week Whisky and money were used in at least four of the rtces for county olllcc Wednesday Bitrcls were on tap In some precincts Dispatches from Danville and Som erect say that articles of Incorporation have been flied for a new railroad com pany to construct a road from Corbin to Burnslde The Incorporator are Guy W Mallon and S Woodward of Cincinnati G M Patterson L F Hubble J M Logan and W H Kin nalrd of Lancaster and Judgo James Denton of Somerset Tho line of road will be about 40 miles In length It will penetrate a very rich section in coal and timber and connect the head of navigation on tbo Cumberland river at Burnslde with the Cincinnati South ern road at Corblo Tbe capital stock of the company is 110000 with the privilege of borrowing 840000 per mile for construction purposes IT SAVED IllS BYBY Ky baby was terribly tick with the 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 Doak of William Ore I asnlihji py to say it gave Immediate relief and a complete euro For sale by Craig Hocker druggists The Columbian Minister and all members of the legation have with drawn temporarily from Venezuela and the affairs of their government have left In charge of the representatives of the United States It Is claimed there has been no rupture of diplomatic uego tlationb Jono had a scrap with a neighbor and bit off a piece of his ear- III will fine you 110 and bind you to keep tbe peace said tho Can not do it said Pokeaty I swallowed It A lame shoulderr 7s usually caured by rheumatism ot tho muscles and may be cured by a few applications ot Chamberlain Pain Balm For sale by Craig Hooker druggists 2 tE xITVIV= t K zBARGAINS AT Tilt GLOBE I EtVc m have selected all odd lots of fancy suits ljflom our stock and will sell them this week for l1 t than cost mens and chills This is f 1 LEofo J fiiS3 These goods will be sold for cash only and lj tno exchanges I laI- Ei11 W II IT PAYS TO TRADE ATtJ GLOBEftlit fJ IJIYour money back if youre not satisfied fif HilLLBR HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frobman Co 1P1 ==V = = = = iii Suspenders I am sole agent for the celebrated HARRIS SUSPENDER The only manufacturer in the world who guar antees a suspender I guarantee every buckle buttonhole and ends to a HARRIS suspender to wear as longjas the web In case they do not I will cheerfully give a new suspend r Call and see them TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS rEAPPV fARMER I Irat TDi l w- BUSOP I III MAINERY HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford I ICE REAM SODA I Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS 1 DRUG STORE GO TO W B McRoberts Druggists For Wall Paper White Lead J Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnishand Varnish StainsIi J r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON TUB following from the Harrodsbi1 Democrat shows that that paper bas about the same opinion of turncoats as the I J It Is hard to Imagine what the rads would have done for nominees had there not been men from the dem ocratlo party willing to sell thelrblrtb right for the empty honor of a nomination fur office Lincoln county has just t followed Mercer countys lead and nom- Inated two turncoats for judge and sheriff reapectlvoly men whom tbe democracy has honored tlmo and alalo and who were as good democrats as anybody eo long a9 they were retained j In office Democrats generally have supreme contempt for sued men and we have an Idea that their now found friends are suspicious of them and only put them forward when they aro satisfied thero is no hope of their belnJ elected or have no competent material In their own party After they havo suffered a defeat or so we expect toe these acquisitions to the republic ranks for revenue only grow tired of their company and attempt to break back Into the democratic ranks if there Is a smell of loaves and fishes ahea The turncoat soon becomes a profe atonal In the business SINCE the bankruptcy law went Into effect In June of 1SOS there havo been HJ fully 2500 bankruptcy cases heard In this State of which have been In the district court at Louisville Tho law is a most unjust one and it bavin clearly proven such it is more than likely that restrictions and amendments will be added when Congre convenes Creditors have been aston- Ished at the wholesale manner In which people have availed theraselv of the privileges of the bankrupts law and merchants all over the country are demanding that some chanlo be made in the law so that they ma y have some shadow of protection from those who would take it IN making their county ticket the republican bosses have borrowed very valuable Idea from the Frenct mans way of making a puncha IIttle lemon to make It sour a little sugar to make It sweet a little whisky to make it hot and a little ice to make it cool Kentuckians however prefer to take their politics as they take their drinks tolerably straight A WEAK base ball team sometime borrows 900 or two good players from a neighboring team before the game Is called Whats the reason the repul Mean bosses cant borrow one or two good democrat to make their ticket calling and election sure A DILL will be Introduced Id the next Congress to divide Indiana into two Federal judicial districts Better dl vide It Into two States and let Durbli continue as governor of the one where fugitives can find refuge and move tbe decent people to the other MARION county republicans seem to tohave better judgment than those else where Seeing defeat staring them In the face several members of the county ticket have withdrawn Let some of Lincoln countys mongrel ticket do likewise Is It true as the republican bosses declare that the g o p in Lincoln county cant furnish material for all the county offices and that they mus be excused for borrowing two democrats to fill out the list AT the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Rector atAndereonIodherchildreng- randchildren and great grandchlldreo numbering 161 were present It tool 43 carriages to take them to the ceremony 4 Tim Glasgow Times uses a small i tis and d when It speaks of Senator Deboe It is a waste of time and space to mention the old tubhead at all QUERY If the product of one jack and one mare is a cat e what will bi the product of three republicans and two democratsPOLITICAL Col Thomas S Pettit was nominated for mayor by the democrats of Owens boroH C Faulkner a turncoat is a can didate for judge in the Clay circuit Harry Eversole and W R Ramsey o London straightout republicans art also candidates W A Morris who was defeated by- E Kenton for the State Senate In the 30th district has filed notice of a con test on the ground of gross Irregular tics Kentons majority was 37 Republicans have nominated a part of a ticket for officers of Lincoln coun tv David B Edmlston for judge J N Menefee for sheriff These were erstwhile leading democrats with rec ords attackable and which will be vigorously Attacked Somerset Journal It Is now reported that Senator Dp boo and Congressman Irwin will Indorse Capt Sam Brown for collector of Inter sal revenue if Mr Sapp is removed According to the agreement Mr Sapp would dictate the patronage of the of lice and would retain the cnalrmansblf of the republican committee LV Cola Harvey has openly declared war on Senator James K Jones IAthe Magoffln senatorial district by which Hampton and Stamper have withdrawn from1 the race and Chart Sublett of Magoffln is to be the den ocratlc nominee Sublott is popular with the two factions raised by tbe recent quarrel In that light ho an advocate of Stamper but his fatberI was a warm supporter of Hampton Secretary of State Hill who lived In the Magofiln legislative district say that Sublett will unite the factions and that his candlJacy will materially aid In the election of George Carpenter of Magoflln the nominee for the lower house from the Magot In Lee distrIctI ADDITIONAL LOCAL A GOOD rain fell Sunday afternoon and yesterday and the clouds look we are to have more likeI WITHERS has Furniture Carpets Mattings Wall Paper Picture Frames and the Low Prices Call on him JAMES MAGIC Is running the Sam Blakemoro barber shop at Crab OrchI Ird Bo Is a good barber Give a trial JOE David Embry colors was thrown by a mule Thursday and probably fatally hurt He is still ui ioneclous tsp THE fact that W E Varnon lear toward Deboe for Senator may defer him for the nomination for State Senator Saturday It ought to do so SHOOTING Finn Leavell shot Andrew Mayfield also colored three Imes through the head at Lancaste Sunday They quarreled over a walk- Ing cane JAMES CASHS thresher engine eet fire to T P Tuttles wheat the other lay and 100 or more bushels were turned Mr Cash had one of bis hand turned while fighting the flames SParks the Parks lllo merchant will sell a lot of dry goods clothing boots shoes hats dc- t auction beginning at 1 P M Saturday next Be on hand and get a bar ate A GENTLEMAN who was here iron Iberty yesterday told us that the democrats would give P H Taylor republican nominee for county attorney opposition and that they expect to beat blm as easily as they will Capt Raines the republican nominee for judge BRACKETT James Brackett aged is died Saturday of paralysis at his home near Dink Farmers and was burled at McCormacks church Sunday fternoon He was the father of Mrs Ed Hubbard of this place and was a lever old gentleman UNUSUAL M G Reynolds and M G Reynolds Bud Reynolds and Bud Reynolds of Bee are a merchant and candidate for as3essorrespectlvely In Lincoln county They are cousins and the two have the same Initials as- well as nicknames They also mar- rIed sisters Mt Vernon Signal A CORRESPONDENT at Burgin has a picnic when he gets the Harrodsburg Democrat and the following day die itches from Burgle can be found In almost any daily you pick up The Democrat serves the news while it Is bot but it gets pretty cold by the time the Burgin man dishes It out to the several papers he represents People In the Burgle section can get the news quicker cheaper by subscribing for tbe Democrat than they can by buying the city papers for It THIS AND THAT Edmund Brodowski U S consul at ollngen Germany died suddenly W O France owner of the High tand Stock Farm In Fayette Is dead The Canadian yacht Invader beat tbe American yacht Cadllac at Chicago Five hundred cattle for export were tight at Mt Sterling Monday for 50000 Admiral Sampson will not be entitled to any legal representative before the Schley court of Inquiry Tbos L Adams a plasterer shot and killed his wife and a cripple named Cbas Houck at Baltimore Jealousy was the cause His friends are said to be making Ian effort today to secure executive clemency In the case of Holly Strutton intenced to be hanged at Lawrence burJ Friday Both sides claim victories In tbe steel strike today Several mills con tlnued operations unhindered but the men in several others refused to work Tbe strikers claim they will spring some surprises In a little while- MATRIMONIAL David Nation has brought suit for divorce from his wife Carrie Nation the temperance cruoader R H Brlscoe of Parksvllle acd- Miss Blanche Cooper were married at- Rev Joseph Ballous by that gentle man Friday Misa Mary Elizabeth Elliott daugh- r of Elder Milton Elliott of May- field was married last week to Charles R West of Memphis Stuart R Young and Miss Bessie Wymood society people of Louisville surprised their friends by driving to a preachers house and quietly marry Inlr Frank Holcomb George Lovell and Hiram Fanning were arrested at Mt Vernon on the charge of having fired Into passenger train No 20 at Pine Hill Saturday night Prot Thomas A Hen rlcks princl pal of the Junction City graded schools married last week to Miss Kather- Ine Cox one of his teachers Rev G- W Mills performed the ceremony r L THE LOUISVILLE STORES Great Closing Out To Quit Business Sale Is Still On Out Already Low Prices are Cut Still Much Lower Clean put the goods at any price and be quick nbont it is the positive instructions from licmlqunrtor Wo arc going to follow orders if wo have to soil a lot of goods at cost and a great many more at less than nnllIcost Docsirt make much dillerenco with us wc must close out therefore wo will sell everything at below cost Remember all goods offered for sale here even at such unheardof low prices are strictly first their friends of the remark Pleased customers delight to tell quality and perfectly reliable in every respect values the good notes to others and so tho endless able values they in turn receiyingsimilll they carry will over occur in ourdiscourtesydissatisfaction 110 chain of supporters goes on No misrepresentation no store Every article sold just as advertised Dont ntH to see us Come quick buy now as you may never again have such an opportunity to buy good goods at half price Here are prices that will keep our store crowded Hoosier Cotton 4c We havo 250 bolts of yard wide Hoosier Cotton Everyone knows the totality come now and lay in a supply of this fino cotton at 4 cents Mens ImpFrench Bal Underwear 39c 25 dozen Fine Imported Balbriggan Underwear never sold for less than 75c a garment To close out quick we offer them at 30 cents Mens Collars 5c Mens 15c quality ply Linen Collars all styles and sizes Reduced for tbls great sale at 5 cents f150 Fountain Pens 15c tr 25o Undershirts lac i lOc Celluloid Collars 3c We Straw Hats 25c COc Underwear 23c Mens 11 00 Pant 40c ILadies Waists Ladles 50cent Waists made of good Percale reduced to 25 cents Ladles 60c and1 Waists good quality of Madras and Sea Island Percales Reduced to 39c Ladles 8121 and 81 50 WaUli made of best Lawn and Dimity elegantly trim med cut to 48c Bros Pro KINGSVILLE J A McKee la shipping Immense quantities of peaches aro very tine Sam Flint Is preparing to rebuild on East Main street his which was lately destroyed by fire The splendid rains we have had late ly have made a wonderful Improvement The crops are not going to be half failures after all Dr J W Acton Is building a fine large icehouse As It Is predicted that we are to have an Intensely cold winter the doctor Is sagacious Master Eatell Gooch Is very sick Mr Taylor Is convalescing of fever J Everard Crolghton having recovered from his late Indisposition bas resumed his duties as telegrapher on the C S Mrs Mack Vest dlea Friday morning of consumption Burial at Pleasant Point Saturday afternoon She leaves a husband and throe children her baby having died last week We extend sympathy to the bereaved relatives ofthe The executive board Amalga mated Association has Issued an ad dress to organized labor In particular and to the public in general setting forth the at Issue in tbe steel strike and appealing for moral and financial aid This Is regarded as a confession of unexpected financial weakness on the part of the strikers Joe K DIxon Is making speeches In the Eastern Kentucky counties In an effort to raise money for the defense of Caleb Powers and Jim Howard The jail at Bardatown la heavily guarded to frustrate any attempt to lynch I IIJah Hazel slayer of Wm Hill Joseph Slier a prominent young farmer of Wbltley committed suicide by shooting himself Ladies CorsetsI 500 Corbels all colors long and short waIsted fide quality Reduced to 25c H t II Jl Corsets Including the popular Straight Front Corset For ibis great slaughter tale at 49c IfeII IL Nursing C rseta5I quality Reduced to COc Mens Shirts for49c Made of very best Madras and Shirting Percales These tbirti were never told for leu than II Our special price dur ing this Great Closing Out Sale 40c Mens 50c and 75c Shirts 39c 25 dozen Mens Negligee Shirts collar and ruffs attached made to tell at 50c and 76c Our price only 39c Ladies Shoes 69c 200 pairs Ladles fins Sample ShotS and Oxfords Heel and Spring Heel Lace and Button all leading brands worth from 150 tol 8 As long as they last at 60c Mens Linen Suits Coat Pants and Vest Only 12 cults left Worth 12 As long aa they last 98c Fancy Hose lOc 25 dozen Children fine Imported Fan cy Hose worth 23c To close out during this great sale lOc in Lot of yearling Southdown and Shrop thlredown Bucks for sale Also severs thousand feet of lumber to trade for horses cheep rattle or logs Blue grass seed tor sale L O DUNN Mt Salem ICy andI are prepared to repair your buggy carriage or wagon In flritclaii style Experienced men to do It and work guaran can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now open for guests Everything Is In splendid order tho water U and the shaded grounds present a plenant M Guests be Ilvon wIllingat tentlon Rates Adults SS per weeks dren tinder 13 years of age 8230 horses S3 per week For further Information apply to W M VAUOIIAN BARGAINS I THIS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Oeo Holme store near tho railroad on Otten holm pike for tho purpose of giving you poople worth of your money will always find bargains at my store I am celling secondhand equal to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes Hats Caps etc Hoping that you will not forgot to pat roolto mu promising you fair treatment I Ivo a Invitation to vlilt the Cincinnati Ilargnln Store Call and see me when you come to town Wo will tell Hour and meal from MorrU Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford ut prices tt sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE M REISER Inon j Ladies Kid Gloves69c I I We have only 15 dozen of these fine Kid Gloves all colors and sizes Dont put off coming If you are thinking of setting pair They will go lat at this great slaughter sale nt GOo a pair Closing Out Sale of Mens suits at prices that will tempt you to buy 495 For hoe black and blue English Cay Worsted Sulla Oisiiinere and ScwtahISuiting These suits never told for lees thin 1750 Your choice at 1405 675 For Merchant Tailored Wool Worsted and Caitlmern Suiting worth S10 112 50- and 115 You mutt see these lulta to appreciate thll big bargain at 1075 Window Shades 9ceWe have only about 10 dozen fine Felt Window Shades mounted on selfacting rulers Complete with fixtures Oc Umbrellas 39c 28 inch Steel Rod Umbrellas made of best English Gloria Silk natural wood handles always sold at The In this tale only 30aIlOc Percales 5c All flc Lawns 3c Beet Apron Gingham 5c lOc Pearl Buttons be I 5c Calicoes 3Jc j Mens 1110 Shoes 08c IWE GUARANTEE EVERY ARTICLE AS ADVERTISEDr StoreCheapest Store Stanford Wholesale I The Louisville Retail Salinger rs NOTICE Painting Repairing GREAT Clothing I Ladies Oxfords At Coa We will sell any thing in our stock of Ladies and ChildrensuSlippers and Oxfords at actual cost in order to make room for our immense fall stock of Ladies Shoes Save money by taking advantage of this offer All new goods No old styles Cummins McOIarv MIr R THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD KY AUG 13 1001 TIt tho Judjro Tuft cigar for a choice imoko at Pennys Drug Store OUR proscription work la unsurpass Ponn1eDru PERSONALS MRS E P MOIUTZ It very tick MRS WILLIAM HAMILTON la hit log In Lexington Mn AND MRS JOHN DFOSTHR went to Loulsylllo yesterday t Mn M F KrJCiN le working up Mac cabect at Winchester this week PROP M 0 THOMPSON of North MIddletown was hero last week Rev OnLAND BECK flllai Rev Mc Intyroi pulpit at London Sunday t GfaoVHit STioAtt of PerryvUle li with his brother Mr R W Stlsall- MR AND MRS IL O FARRIS spent several days with relatives at Somer loteMR W O WlllTB of Parksvlllo was with the court day crowd hero yester dayMRS ANNIE JAMBS of Lexington was the guest of her brother W II Wearen MR A A MoKlNNEY who likes Danville but loves Stanford was hero SaturdayMR W MoWllORTBR of Middle burg paid this office a substantial call yesterday MR II E CARRIER and family of Nashville are visiting friends and rot atives hero- MISSES DESSIC AND ANNA MARTIN of Rowland are visiting relatives at MU Vernon MRS JOHN D DENARDI of Mary Is visiting her parents Mr an Mrs George BoaseeMISSES a Thompson of Mt Vernon are guests of Mrs M C Williams MR F KINLEY TniuiiLK of Shelby made bis old friends hero glad by mak log them a visit last week MIL M F ROUT of Garrard was hero yesterday quarreling about not getting his I Js last week We deeply sympathize with Mr and Mrs W L McCarty of Klngsvlllo in the loss of their little child CHIEF DISPATCHER L M WESTER FIELD nod wife saw the sights of tho Buffalo Exposition last week MRS W J YAGER Is down with ty phold fever and her husband Is here from Louisville at her bedside Miss ANNE SHANKS went to Shelby vlllo yesterday wnero she will join crowd for the Buffalo exposition Miss ANNIE LASLEY who has bee visiting Miss Florence Dlbb returned to her homo In Louisville Saturday Miss KILLIB MARTIN and brother Richard Martin of Somerset spot t several days with Mrs W II Brady MIsses MAOQI AND POLLY TRAY LOn bavo returned from a pleasant via to Miss Annie Kennedy at Richmon- MIssr8 RECA BAKER of Mt Vcr non and Elizabeth Flshback of Dan yule are guests of Miss Ilallle Novlu MR JOHN W MOORE of Liberty came up yesterday to take his daugh ter Mr Ed Wilkinson down to the fair Miss MARY OARNETT who has been visiting her sister Mr J R Rice re turned to her homo at Cave City yes terday GEORGE U Cox corresponding sec retary of the Baptist Ministers Aid toJ Society spent several days with Rev J B Crouch MBSDAMES G S MCKINNEY and M S Jones of the Mt Salem section passed through to Crab Oroharc Springs Friday M1SSE9 MARY AND LlLLIELEAVELL who have been visiting at Dr J G i Carpenters returned to their home In Garrard Friday SARAH DUNN and Borta Jean Penny i of Stanford are two little nieces o f Mrs S M Logan who aro visiting her Mlddlcaboro Nowg MESDAMES S H WALKER and E Huston of Anchorage have been viI sting Miss Lucy Simpson Miss Willie V Daweon accompanied them homo TUB Falmouth Pendletonlan say that Miss Emma Orr who Is a nbc t of Mr W O Speed of this place bas been elected to teach tbo Lovolaco t school near Falmouth MRS E P OWSLBY and daughte- Miss Mottle Hays Owsley who ba been wIth Mrs M C Burnsldo for ee oral weeks returned to their homo Columbus Ga Friday I MR AND MRS T ARIOE and Mr IrJohn H Shanks returned Sunday morning from Benson Arizona They will likely remain hero and It Is pose ble that Mr Rico will try his hand at farmingATTORNEY W J BROWN Is spending a season of recreation at Crab Orcharc t Springs Mlsa Ora Enoch attended tho manIIy sot Journal MR J M ALVERSON who has work ed every day except Sunday this year Is taking a weeks vacation and ho ant d his wife left Saturday to spend most tho time with his mother at Rlchmon- w Wo trust he will enjoy his woll earn ed and much nceded vacation ie r a MARSHAL R G JONES Is sick Miss AIJDIE LUTES Is visiting In Lexington J L CAMPHELL spent several days wIth relatives In Casey WILL SEVERANCE will join his wife who Is In Shelby today Miss JESBIB D COOKB was hero from Himonvlllo yesterday PROF T M GOODKNIUHT Is very low and his recovery Is doubtful MR A B McKlNNEY of Lynovllle 111111 mingling wIth old frlcqds horn MESSRS J K AND M s BAUGII IAN wont to the Lexington fair today JOHN NEVIUS Is now doing the bar ness repairing at J C McClarys shop JOHN BRIGHT JR Is still confined to hie room but ho Is Improving wo are glad to say ELD GRAHAM FRANK arrived from Philadelphia yesterday and begun his meeting at tho Christian church last night T N ROUERT8 has accoptcd a lu trCoalsIn LohaoooAavocato MRS B R DEUAVEN and party ot LaGrango drove through In prlvato convovanco to Crab Orchard Springs and are luxuriating at that delightful summer resort LOCALS I Ail tickled to death with the cash business Dont elk credit Ed Wilk inson STOCK your winter coal In AugustR and you will save money Baujhman Co DONT forgot tbo oftho effects of tbo late Dr Ed M Estcs scar Me Klnncy Thursday FOR SALE Good coopsa9n and to of bedstead Ac for solo B J Pin korton at the college tomorrowdon a expenditure of money A COLORED excursion with a car for white people will bo run to Louisvlllo Sunday next at 1160 for tho roundtrip Tim L L y will sell roundtrip tick ets to Junction City at one faro Aug 14 1C and 10 void after 17 on account of the Danville Colored fair Leo CUTVIrg1110 year old son of Richard Hestnr cut a gash four lathe long and very deep In one of bis fog while wedging an ax on Its handle QUICK RETURNS In Tuesdays I J J 8 Rico advertised a cow for sale and sold her tho next morning tea Lebanon Junction party who read tbo ad Ho got 3750 for her LlHERTY See the INTERIOR JOURNAL representative at the Liberty fair buelneede you aro arrears bo sure to see him MILLINERY STOCK FOR SALTI do sire to sell my stock of millinery and will sell or teat tho stood I now occu shopdSPECIAL TRAIN Special trains will be run dally this week from all points between VYflllamstown and Somerset to Lexington and return on account of Uorio Fair and Carnival Ask ticket agents for particulars I RAVE decided to mahi In Stan ford sea will have In a big lot of now goods In a day or so Call In and see them and bring along that watch or clock that needs repairing William Hamilton tho Jeweler A liOY baby was born to tho wife ot Mr Sherlock ono of a Gypsy crop camped on Mr S J Embrys farm near town Dr W B ODnnnon was called and ho tolls us that ho was treated like allLof whom seemed to be proud of the young starOILWhile digging an Icehouse for L C Dunn neal Mt Salem Bastin ran across a greasy fluid put some of It In a lamp and It burned Compdready being lenses and it is probable that boring for oil will soon comment dlev d this week in favor of tho creditors of the defunct Somerset National Dao of Somerset The dividend will amou whyr0o t fau6r LIKES THE WEST Mr Calvin C Carpenter of Hustonvillo who was hero yesterday Is just back from Bra men 0 T whoro ho has been feeding cattle and bogs and ho is delighted with that partof tho West Just bete leaving he sold at Kansas City 150 1400pound corn fed cattle at 535 and could havo gotten 6Jo had ho been able to have gotten them on tho market a day earlier He has 175 1200 feeders left which ho hopes to ma bettor money on although ho clears 115 to 118 each on tho lot ho sold Mr Carpenter sold 1500pound cattle month orso ago at 9510 and a car loa or page 10 doge since at 8300 A Mr partuodr a good thing of it we have every reason to believe LOSTA pair of gold eye glasses In red box Leave at this ogle McKlNNEYs base ball team notheMcKlnnoy Saturday WE your house during the month of August cheap for cash J H Baughman S Co FOR SALE OR ItCNTResldonco on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire E C Walton S11 little daughter Etta has scarlet fever at Wayncsbur and the school tboro has been closed for the present 160 RODS 1140 Ibs American Woven tipricerte kCo SCHOOL taxes for District No1 aro duo Please call at First National Bank and Bottle W H Wearen easurer FOOT CUT OFF AIoCaldwell of Waynesburg had his right toot cut off while attempting to get on a moving freight train at Somerset OWING to III health and to straight en up my business I will sell for cash only after this deco All owing mo will please settle at once J K Van arsdale BEATENUiCharlloCarroll of tho Green river section was badly beaten the other day by Josh Dye and a young fellow name Campbell A woman was the cause of It all- CASEY Boyle and Garrard will eca their delegates to the Senatorial coo unlnthonored their recruit W E Varnon by Instructing for him SHOT TwoJa Nick shot and dangerously wounded Walter and Sam Bomber colored brothers at Crab Orchard Saturday Tho Negroes had a grudge against Mr Smith and went into his blacksmith shop to do him up 000 of them being armed It is said with a big hammer Mr Smith was oleo armed and with a good pistol laid them both out for awhile Ho Imme diately gave himself up to Marshal Joe A Shannon and hoe been under guard taco Mr Smith Is a clover bard himeono not do to fool with TUB following reductions in coal rates bavo been made by the Lf N R R From Norton and Stonega Va trot II 60 per ton to 1120 from Jelllco Saxton Mountain Ash Wllllamsburfr Mahan Woodbine Excelsior West Plcevllle Plnovllle and MIddlcsboro from tl35 to tl from Grays from 81 30 to 95c from Lilly Pltteburg and Es Bernstadt from tl 25 toOOo from Pine Hill from 1120 to OOc This schedule abolishes tbo practice of making lower rates oa steam coal than that used for domestic purposes and manufacturers and consumers are on the same basis as to rates Tile colored Odd Fellows picnic in Hockers park on the cutoff pike Sat urday was an enjoyable affair and success in every particular Tho pro ccsolon formed at the lodge room In Macksvlllo and marched through town to the grounds headed by the Rene town brave band At the grounds a number of speeches were made outdoor games were Indulged in and too pro gram wound up with a game of ball between the Stanford and Lancaster clubs In which Stanford was defeated by a single score Good order prevailed ternsdm SPRAOGINS Mr James Spraggine father lo latr of James Fryo died at his home at Hustonvillo yeetord morning aged nearly 75 For you Mr Spragglns bad lived with Mr and Mrs Frye and tho devotion between fst4ar 1n law and eun la law was bpau IIotlful Indeed Years ago tbo deccae preceededihimSpragglns was a member of the Baptist church and In his palmy da a was a leader In It He was a fine o gentleman liked by all and his famll lar figure will bo sadly missed in tbo town ho had called homo for years Stantonn6r sot Journal says Hero wo saw among other things our splendid new tworevolution Campbell power press being packed for shipment overland to Somerset and had the pleasure of look- Ing again at the goods boxes end stiles upon which we sat and whittled and of frowning at too curb atones against which wo stubbed our toes less than a century ago Stanford has passed thro timroi Istlcs remain to greet familiarly tbo returning prodigal Among tho most no table changes is a system of bouse numbering It looked a little odd to- sco tho bold blank figures 557 over StakocorpsedecentlyMIddlcsboro hit tbo capitalists of Eta todand boomed Industries tbo people run into their cyclone collars But Stan lord will never bo rubbed off the map as long as the INTERIOR JOURNAL lives and flourishes A GOOD crowd attended court yesteJ day considering the rain which tell all too morning However business was t very brisk In any line IN the county yesterday the wills of Mrs Amanda S Roberts and Mrs E T Bcazley were probated W I Hcrrln qualified as executor of the former and E T Beazley was named as executor of his wifes estate which Is left to him In full OIVENS iAfter a IODJT Illness of a complication of troubles Mr James Walker Glvons passed late the great beyond at oclock Sunday morning and Lincoln county mourns the loss of one other very best and most substan tlal citizens Mr Glvons was three mes married his last wife being OIls Estcs who died some five years ago He loft only ono child Mrs J II Darker who resides at Asbe vllle N C A public spirited man and a just and honorable one Mr Glvens was highly esteemed by all who knew him and ho was especially loved by his neighbors to whom ho was kindness itself A democrat in all that the word implies ho did much for the party In this county which will sadly miss him Ho never offered for ofllco but once and it was then at the impor tunity of his follow democrats when bo stood for county judge In 1804 It was an off year for democracy though ai d be was defeated by Judge Davlson Besides farming to some extent Mr1 Givens did a large horse business and Lexingtondhero In summer and fall Ho owned s good stable there and was as well wasdat home was a splendid friend of this paper and never took less than three copies of It ono of which he soot to his old friend Rev J L Barnes at Carrollton Miss Mr Givens was a devout Presbyterian and for years was an officer In the church of that denomi nation at Huatonvllle lIe was a great admirer of Rev W W Bruce and it was In accordance with his wishes that that gentleman preached his funeral yesterday morning After funeral sere vices too Masons took charge of the body and laid it gently to rest by the side of his last wife In the McKInney Cemetery Deceased was nearly 70 years old and had been a resident of this county all of bis life FARM FOR RENT A nice clean term near Cedar Creek Station on L b N containing 117 acres acre to go In corn about 20 In wheat In oats and the rest In grass Address W T TUCKER Valuable Property For Sale anatfortable one and there li on the lot a storehouse blacksmith shop and tenent tau o OUlbulldlnlI are numerous and In good ro- pall Apply to me for terms and a further description of the property SIRS EjALLIE E BAILEY Turnersvllle Ky FKRM FOR SHL6 I Containing 163 acres two miles south of McKlnnny on Mlddleburg pike 175 acres twoaboth and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J S MOULFV McKInney Ky NONE BUT GENUINE I handle DeerIng Harvester Extras and Fixtures but keep none but the genuine Unless the name Deering appears on them you may know they are not genuine lIultonvllleISALE OF PERSONALTY UreKinney o- nThursday August 15 I9OI 3hotsesnSuperior disc drill Peering binder Deer Ing mower rake form and garden tools farm wagon 200 pounds tobacco 230 bushels oats 150 bushels wheat 2 stacks of hay rick of oat straw or tobacco sticks beesIdother things too numerous to mention TermsAll sums of and under cash over that amount a credit ot nix months from date of sale with dpor cent Interest Notice Persons owing too estate of Dr Ed Fetes are requested to settle at once Those having claims against his ettnto will present them pmperlvproveatomentonce Q I Admr Yoswmltc nigh Bridge Grand Special Program SUNDAY AUG 18th BlondellToo Great Champion Swimmer and No ted Life Saver will give ft free ox hi bltlon including the Blowing Up of the Maine Remember the exhibition is all viewed cliffslaExcursionsFrom all points in Ky Special trains W C Rinearsion G P A Cincinnati a BARGAIN PRICES In Ready Mixed Paints For THE CASH Aft therain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call CfRAIT HCKEfR p j n I I I an Best of In Central Wo in t to For Staple and Groceries Tinwaic Hardware Stoves Woodenware Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests Coolers CM and see our OperaHouse also Ithe wellknown New Columbian Stoves and full llneototherStoves Also Salt and Cement IJOHN BRIGHT JR CO 11 ManfashionOxfords Just a few of those Manish Ideal Patent Kid Oxfords left and we will close them out at less than factory prices The most uptodate shoes for ladies shown this season are made by the leaders of fashion HANAN SONS JOHN P JONES Stanfrod rr2 iJEzjifiTe I New Feature IMcCall Bazaar Patterns Only IOc 15c None HighertSubscribe for McCall Magazine with all the late fashions 50c year is and get a pattern free We keep these Ii1fitting pattern made Call for September fifashion plate free Sonsa I ir3 FtUW B UGGIES GGrIES GGrlES The Largest Selected Stock Vehicles Kentucky have Now Stock GO Vehicles Ranging In Price From 25oo TO 50000 Wo Claim Retail Buggies Loss Than Somo people Pay For Thom Fancy Glassware Freezers carry Ranges LImo and per 1 Our vehicles were boujhtffor cash in car lots and wo sell on a smaller margin than any houso in Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especial ly invited to look our Jockjover I Bruce S Bright Danville I THEJNTERIORJOURNAL Entered n the pott iffict at Stanford ai teondclat anaft- ertablSaAaTuoaays m3 Fxtdats aT 1 PER YEAR CASH When cot lOptldSSOO will becbsrjed MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over on farms only nt per Cent Long time and payments W A TRIDULE JmStanford Ky A S PRICE I IDentist Stanford Ky OCOOTllf UcBoberti Drug Stors in the Owtlej I BuUdlns R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over ITiggine do McKlnncye Stor Telephone No 48 f McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoZinaoy XS Make and keep constantly on hand tl1e best of Flour Meat ShlpstulT Bran Oblck on Feed Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding a specialty D V Kenned Miller Executors Notice r The creditors of D W Vandeveer decd are herebuy notified to present their claims o against sal estate by Sept 1001 duty i proven as required law All person owing said estate are requested to settle This Oth day ot July lU01 MARTHA J VANDEVEEtt Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX a LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Salt of Personalty August 17 AVadininlitrstor ot the stale of the tale Job T 0 lair I will sell at public auclkmSaiurds Auruit 17 on the 8 rut oi BU ford the ptnonalty consisting of lour rood co and calves also two young boric 8 and 6 TNII blackmilous tools household and kitchenfurniture sod olhu things too numerou to mention Terms maJe known on of sale Sale will comment promptly at 10 oclock J P kneltwIDr rHC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 1100000- tiacceuor to The Farmers flank A Trust Com pan and under same management Continue only for 35 Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such buitDMt relations will prove mntna ly beneflcial and plea- I DIHsCTOBSl JB Paxton Jt 0111 Sr JN Menefee A Carpenterlv11 J E Lynn S fl shank J F Cub J B Owilcr OFF1CEK3 SH J UOwilerCuhlerW t Ant cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CtplUlStock 150003 Sarplui 110000- TUsinitUutlODoiitlDsllrsiublUhed as ths De putt Bank of tlutnfoal In J6S3 then reorganized a- Ib National flank of Stanford In sndsgsli eorg nliel si the Flnt National flank ul Sttnfort n 1M2 has had pricttctllr II uninterrupted exIt sncstariljesri It Utter supplied now will JlldUtllI rot tranlACting business promptly and wall tban eTet before In Its long sad honoib cuter Aocounti oi UJlrlJuili fiduelsrles i and Individual solid DIKtCTOSS Reid Lincoln Co JW Hayden Suntut I THsnli B U Bsughmsn IiISDocker TPIHll- If P Walton W A Tribble J Ii Co11IeJCrab Orobd Jn Robinson Hubble JCAKlm rs8Unford orrtcsae- J 5IIocker Fresld cot J J McBoberts CsiMs ERDILLEHADANVILLE KY Manufacturer ot BRICEjAnd LimeCementcCWrite PR U1TTf3FOSa MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Liver- yMONEYl Lila Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J 8 OWSLEV JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS- For fair and liberal adjustments of losers I recommend to all property owners of Oa Homo Inand adjoiningrev suranco Company of Now York represented- by Jesse Stanford Ky 11 I insured my property In the above com IS Ilanynnd lost my property lire June for the settled with me promptly and liberally OEO fully DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and Ees examined and glasses scientificallyadjusted omco hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD PlIopalEToRjMORRIS FRED to the public that I I desire to announce am ready to do any and all kinds of grind Ing and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Meal SHipstuff Ohiclson Food Etc and I solicit alowestAt the very share of your patronage promising to give me the best ufbearlu mind al that I need a- irDrs MORRIS FRED Pror patronage Slaving PhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS will be la DsnTlU 1onda Wednesdays and Fridsyt WUl be In Stanford Tuyo Thursdays and Sat Offlce In the P nnlnifon DulldlngStanfordOf icboon0to12 it1toarU- OSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated snd developed on by the Dr l T Still or KlrUT11Ie Mo for Its reand Ihytlologyrlndple of Anatomy U no fall b no drug no rubbing- 0urxtcaloperations and claims bing super natl1r or so many reproperlyadjustedsuitnotaoverworkeallealth the treated by us Nervous diseasesSome of the prostration UeadachH Neuralgia LidsGoitre Calarrh Weak lyH Graoulattd OoDiUrstlon lIeart and Lung Disease ITostiatA aU l1lee GallStoneslEDIrged Diseases of Bones god acb tlsr J olnl- Para11lalnCOJltnnce Jinl Consultation ree J+ C+ MccMY tLw tlxja tWIi UNDERTAKERManufacturer HARNESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY If HAYS UNDERTAKERS aLSO JULIUt1 nt Furniture Mattlngsnugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD r1 KENTUCKY L 1Si IL Republican Senatorial IYIass Meeting Pursuant to a call ot George M Da clson chairman of the Lincoln Coun Republican Committee a mass mcat lug of tho republicans of Lincoln coun ty was hold at the court house In Stanford Ky on Aug 10 1001 at 2 p M to select dolegaCes to represent Lincoln county In the 18th Senatorial reo publican convention to be held In Dan vllle KY Aug 17 1901 The meeting was called to order by George M Davlson chairman of tbe Republican County Committee Upon motion P M McRoberts was made chairman and J F Cummins eecretar lion George M Davlson presented the following resolutions which were adopt ed1st That we approve of the call madu by the Republican District Committee for this the IStb district of Kentucky for a delegated cooventlt to meet In Danville Ky Saturday August 17 1001 to nominate a rcpubl can candidate for Senator 2nd That the following named re publicans are hereby selected ae dele gates and alternates to represent Lln coin county In said district conventlc at Danville who shall vote as a unit upon all questions and nomlnatlot coming before convention to wi- G M Davleoo J N Meoefee W n Carson Joe Chenault Elijah Baugl man George Gentry A B Florence I F Holtzclaw Joe Phelps Joe Reed Thos Terry John Blain S U Wall Sidney Dunbar B B King J H Minks and P M McRoberu Alter jates Anderson Carr A C Carmai P W Napier A A McKlnnoy Sr John Cummins A A McKinney Jr A G Faulkner J H Leach Dante Durham John Givens W R Cook loses CoHoT W K Shugara M S 3astln John Butcher C Minor T J Benedict Frank Adklng Elijah Farmer Willis Lyon and Alex Bastln 3rd That said delegates be and the ire hereby Instructed to cast the vote 8111honorable ounty In mass convention assembled take pleasure In Judge VBr1 ion to tbe republicans of this the 18tl Senatorial district of Kentucky as a entleman worthy of their support ant onQdence and If nominated we promIse he will make a vigorous and successful campaign and lead the party to victory In November and that he will make a poet useful and efficient SeDatorIJudge Varnon came before the meet IDS and in a neat speech thanked the arty for its endorsement and promts ed If nominated to make an active and Igorous canvass of this Senatorial db- trlct and redeem It In November Up- motion the convention adjourned P M McRODEitTS chmn J F CUMMINS eecy Excursion to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va On Tuesday AuR- 20th the Chesapeake Ohio Rv will sell roundtrip tickets to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va at 813 good for 15 days from date of sale Special hotel rates of 3 per day at 8260 or 814 TICkjetaThrough sleepers will be run on 815 Paf train Berth rates 82 for nhht or 8350 through Dont mlu- tbe last opportunity to get to the eea- sbore this summer Write for full In rotation or sleeper reservations to Georae W Barney D P A C RV Lexington Ky The Mercer county officials are work In g the jail and workhouse convicts In the harvest fields There can be no question that the threshing machine Is an Improvement upon the whipping postLoulslle Times Joe Washington a Negro accused of assaulting a Georgia woman was burned at the stake by a mob near Sayan Dah CHURCH TTERSI Incendiaries burned a church In Mar shall county In which Mormon elder had been holding services Rev Chastecn closed a very Ints r cstlng meeting on Wlllougbbysbram lat week There were five addition Eld J G Livingstons meeting nt Sopors schoolhouse has resulted InO confessions It will continue Ooral daysEld J T Sharrard once pastor of the Christian church here will begn a protracted meeting at Cano Rldg Bourbon county Sunday- A National Horse Show Assoolatlc will be organized In Louisville on October 1 the first day of the Loulsvll Horse Show It will Include nine of tho largest associations In the countr Rev W W Graham will celobrat tho 00th anniversary ot his birth tomorrow with an elaborate basket die nor and picnic near Grape Vine church Mercer county of which ho was paste continuously for more than 50 years The famous Tattcrsalls stables In Lexington were destroyed by flamci entailing a loss of about 830000 Ova r 8300000 worth of stock In the Inolosur was saved S T Harbison l Cc owned tho buildings and had some tint horses in them which were saved Rev Dr J W Porter the new pas tor of the Newport News Va Baptist church Is In a curious predicament Ills old church at Maysvllle this State refuses to accept his resignation and demanding that the Newport Newt church rescind Its call which demand Is unanimously refused America was not allowed to be lung by Rev B F Cox moderator of the Colored Baptist Association of Vlr rlnla In session at Salem Ho dcclar cd to tho audience that this was not tho homo of the Negro and he would not allow them to slog America un tll this country becomes what It claims to boSweot Land of Liberty Rev W S Grlnstead reports a duo aeetlng at Rockbrldgo There were 10 confessions of religion and 10 ad Itlons to tho church Tbe meeting lasted 17 days and the last 10 days were irgely attended On the Sunday nights and the last night the crowds were csti mated at from 600 to 1000 Evangelists Neal and Carter did good workSpe- ner Courier The numbers tbe DAILY LsTEftlon JOURNAL issued during the Hustonvillo fair are on our desk and reflect credit OD the proprietors George C Keller aDd Jesse M Alverson The latter a oung Madlsonlan who learned bis trade and you may spell learned with caps at tbe caste of the Register The Tort was appreciated by the reading public and the proprietors acknowl 3go having received pleasure and roflt thereby Why not run the JOURNAL as a dally constantly Rich mODd Register The men of the Soutb Chicago Bay View and Joliet plants of the IIIIDol1- Stllel Company one of the properties of the Federal steel Company declined to obey President Shatters strike order The men are members of the malgamated Association but they decided to adhere to theIr contracts with thecompanvI Catarrh In thli section of the mtrr thus all otlierillieiM put together and- un11 the lut few years wu suppouil to tot In and- ahle Fat a great eir doctors It a local dlieaM and prescribed loeal rmenwJ aod by constantly UlllDE to cur with titbtJlei IUNlt prcDuunml It Inrurabl hclenetreat Ten catarrh to a coiulltuUonil dlwate bit ritoronqulntcantUtutlonal treatment Halls J Chs ntl A Co on caortitullonaleurfbefrom 10 drop to a traipuunlul hull the blood and murou urtaeeaatthesystem They itou hundred dollars foranyrtx It filU cure Bead lor clrcultrt and kddnf PtCIIINETACrToledo O Sold by drufuliu 75c falls Fatally are the best New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronnge will he appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call sod see us WesW SAUNDERS a CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street Stafford Female College+ aA Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles hiss all the grades of the best city grammarjschools and in addition the full regu lar courseeof study of tho best foinalo colleges In the State Four departments of study Literary and HclentlQc Music Art and Eloculiou 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 l00 For catalogue address IB T PINKERTON1 = rin Stanford 3Z2ym MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY- A Flrat Class Boarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ton teachers who were educated at tho leading Institutions of America and Europe ana have made brilliant records as Instructors everyone a specialist la her department Music department exceptionally strong apparatus general excellent fare fussy teachers Frequent leer ures free the on his recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Europe De lightful and liellltbfullocatlon only one serious case of sickness In 13 no higher than other IIrstc1au schools nor than many Inferior ones Send for catalogue J LckfMM 1 State College of Kentucky Tho Agricultural and Mechanical Stato College College of Kentucky offers the of study viz Horticultural Cliomlcal BioloRldal JIathotnatlcal Normal a School Acrlculturai ineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extents over four and lends to a degree alec proTtdeil leading each to n mastersPOlIo gradnate courses of study ore Each course of study is organized ft separate faculty Tho general faculty numbers raoro than thirty professors and Instructor COUNTY APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent In dormitory fuel and light and if they romaln tOil months traveling The JRborator es and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 30000 for a home for young women and drill and has been provided for mon Military tattle and science are fully provided for as Cf Con Foal110Mability of the to supplyNLast year tho matriculation Hit was 020 torcatalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terns of admission apply to- JAMES K 1ATTEIISON Ill D LL D President Fall term begins Sootombor I 1001 IKXIXOTOS KY The Rachef Score Is full with Bargains now in the line ofrClothing Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings I have just returned from tho East where I have purchased the Wit and cheapest stock ever brought to Stanford I will now be able to any Clothing and Shoe House in the State Como and see for yourself and bo convinced This will be one of the biggest 3MONEY SAVING SALES = liver attempted in Stanford 200 pairs M tots Slippers to clove out at lOc a pair Sizes 13 to 1 200 pnlr Ladles Slipper silts 21 to 4 lo close out at 43o pair worth f250 TIlE RACKET STOKS ST A FOnD Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor y For Good GoodsIAT Low Prices J Call on George H Farris Co Get Rich Others have done so why cant you Deposit At your money with the TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY Hhcrc it will be safe and increase j While You Sleeps JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent Arc Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All kinds l I Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye etc at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford The Brodhead Fair uguS 2 Tee 1JaSe We are making some Improvement to our grounds OurFloral Hall will bo larger Ha will have a new Dining bult separate and apart from other blllldlnlltoThe shades to our grounds are betier Plenty of good pure ice water ulshed free on the ground Good baud of music will bo In constant attendaucevPlenty of amusements to suit nil tastes such as Shows Galleries Flying Dutchman Minstrels c Good order will be demanded of every one prevent and a good time uInsured to all We would respectfully call your attention to the tact that though we otter an extensive and liberal list of premiums wo charge no entrance too to tho Floral Ifall For this reason wu expect to glvo the Jreallllt exhibition In the history ourassoclatlon In fact nothing will bo Itt undone to make this exhibition an inlpyableand profitable etc Tho first day of the fnlr will be Ladies Day admitted free We hope to see all our friends and citizen of llookcas tIe and adjoining counties in good attendance all three of tho days and this our Sixth Annual Fair will be one lee people of Hockcastlo county will be proud of J Thos Cherry Pres J T Tate Sec FT 1Jsr11APEJ 1JbO i The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are call and examine the handsomest lino ofrImported Wall PaperEver shown In tide section from the cheapest to the most expensive made We have In our employ Expert Vapor hanger who will personally attend cacti job at the PaIIiUOilsA E GIBBONS Danville r