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Fill T71P vI i SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 16 1901 9 A M NO 49dINEWS NOTES Ex County Judge Thomas of Nelson county U dead Oil has been struck In another well at Montlcello at a depth of 800 feet Burglars robbed John Davis the richest man In Johnson county of 1400 Ten men lost their lives by the burn lag of the water work crib In Lake Erie The suit to prevent tbo use of Forest Park for the St Louis fair was won by the fair A postofllce has been established at Boone Kockcastle county with J B Coylo postmaster Stato Inspector flees oxon orates Dr Lackey superintendent of the Hopklnsvllle Asylum Tho Indications are that the receipt from tbo auction sato of town lots In Lawton will exceed 500000 Confederate Day at the Elks fair at Lexington brought out nearly 1000 men In gray and a largo crowd Jacob Gcbhart a contractor murder ed bis wife at Shumokin Pa and mado an unsuccessful attempt at tul ode Madison county will spend 12000 on the Richmond courthouse Balky It Keener of Henderson bavo the con v tract Tbo olllclal final consul returns show the population of France to bo 39041 333 an Increase in tbo lint five year of 412304 H C Blair a wellto do merchant of Colly hell county died as the result of a rattlesnake bite received about a week ago Mary and Alice Swabb six and nine years old respectively were drowned on Big Clear Creek near Mlddlesboro while wading lion Thomas W Simtns Jr a well known democrrtlo politician died at Springfield Kr after live weeks of typhoid fever John Llltlojobn was shot and killed by Charley Jones also colored while the former was kneeling In prayer near Jackson MUs In a pitched battle In Simpson coun ty Bob Clark was fatally cut and two or three others were more or less se riously Injured Babe Cross a notorious Negro char f actor from Clarksvlllo Tenn Is under arrest at Howling Green charged with horse stealing The horse was In his possession when caught Plans for the organization of a com pany to carry freight over the great lakes bare been completed The new company will lie Incorporated at once with a capital of 82500000 Fully 1000 exConfederates attended the Lexington fair Wednesday How aro you old chicken thief old horse thief II and other such mild greetings could bo heard on every side t Thomas Dean of Mercer committed suicide by shooting himself when Deputy Sheriff George China appeared at his bomo to arrest him on a charge sworn out by members of his family The feature of the Owensboro Fair Tuesday was a bull tight and Nero mus tbo bull wrestler was badly worsted having his clothes torn al most off him by tbo Infuriated animal The bull was finally subdued after half the ladles In the audience had fainted Tbo Texas Legislature hat been call cd in extra session to reapportion the State to as to provide for the election of two more Congressmen to which the Lone Star Stato Is entitled Gerry wandering will not bo necessary to In sure their being tho right political tripe Tho Board of Commissioners for the Deaf and Dumb Institute in Danville will set forth In their report which will be Issued about November 1 a v number of Improvements which are deemed necessary for the welfare of the Institution The Legislature will bo asked to make an appropriation t John Marshall the Jessamine coun ty farmer who had his wife and a man named Canlan arrested In Louisville a short time ago was shot and mortally wounded by John Biggs at Nicholas f vlllo Marshall clalmed that Jim Hlggs bad carried notes to his wife from Ca nlan and attempted to shoot him when i bo was fired upon by his brother John The treasury department has received Information charging that the govern meat has lost millions of dollars In cus toms duties through false Invoices as to weight and valuoof allkt Imported from 1 Japan It Is alleged that Silk Exam iner Brown receives 3000 a year from a New York Importing firm for underi valuing their silk Invoices and that ha alto receives pay from another silk concern l l A Missouri Kansas Texas train was robbed by bandits at Caney Switch OT Passengers were forced to give up their valuables the safes In the ex tprenand moll cars were blown open and mall pouches were rifled The side ptths express car was torn oil by dyna mite The robbers however did not 1 secure much plunder Six men have t arrested charged with the crime k land part of the stolen property ba- L f if been recovered o Mao Wheat Writes Entertain 1VALLEhave just returned from O T where I went and registered hoping to draw 1GO acres of land but Alai II drew noth log The condition of things In the territory was this The home acekerll were gathering In the new country As far as the eye could see long trains of covered wagons and vehicles of every description were following the trails which lead through too reservation The banks of the streams were lined with the camps of tbo wayfarers the plains were dotted with them At night a myriad of lights glimmered throughout the land and before the sun had risen tho multitude was mov ing again Before us were the moun tale and around us were the plains a broken rolling country through which watercourses wind at Intervals the streams being nearly dry In many places Near by wore Fort Sill and the military reservation which surrounds In the distance one could see the outlines of the mountains and the nearest of them Signal mountain was In plain view It was at the top of this mountain that a signaling station was located In former years whore a detachment of soldiers were posted to watch the country and notify the garrison at the fort of the approach of Indians They could scan the plains for many miles around from their lofty point and see far away Into the mountains north and west But all this Is changed now The Indians are located on their allotments generally In groups of claims no that they form colonies In which they may preserve their characteristics for year The Indian will be crowded off the earth be will die and pats away and the whites will never know what manner of man be was The green corn dances have been In progress during the great er part of the past month In the reser vations This Is the mil time that these tribes will gather In the wilds to per petuate the observance of their relic Ion They may Indeed gather again in the season of green corn to dance and chant and celebrate the mysteries of their religion but they will bo fewer In number from year to year and the white men will crowd closer around until the sacred rites become merely a show If there Is anything la this world bo hates It la the kodak fiend When one of them gets a snap shot at an Indian and poor Lo sees his picture In print ho declare that some one has stolen his spirit The Indian believe that the Great Spirit created the earth for all men and that It Is not right that any ono should claim a part of It as his own It has been his belief that there was room enough for all without one Iribo or nation crowding the other bat his observations since the settlement of Oklahoma began are calculated to shako his belief In this One opening after another has brought lu host of home seekers hungry for land and eager to enter the struggle for a claim Tbo great wonder of the wild Indian Is where they all come from Ho thought when ho jaw the first settlement that all tho white people had come at once A neW civilization rises In the land of the fair god but an old Indian tells a story like this to warn the white man I know a white man lie good man kind to Ibjun he good he work hard All time work Dig house Then ono day I saw a man come and get up on a box and toll tho farmland give the money all to some ono else and good- man and his boys got nothing Injun live all time In tepee Squaw make corn In little patch Injun hunt Maybe eo Injun not build big bouse I hope John N Menofeo will go down In defeat by the party that has five times honored him with the olllco of sheriff The democrats of Lincoln have fought and won four battles for Menofee I was really surprised to see that ho was nominated by the republicans for sher iff I say again I regret very much to tee tho republicans nominate an old ex democrat for sheriff It really looks like the party was hard up for a man to make the race for sheriff If I were a republican and lived In Lincoln county I could not vote for a man that hat fought me four heated battles and won all Now I hope Menefce will not accept a nomination at the hands of a party that be has fought so long Nowto Caseys democratic candidate that true bravo and fearless gentleman whom I have known from my childhood M W Jones Hero Is n man without spot or blemish I will ask all voters in Casey county regardless of politics to vote for him and I will go ale surety that he will saner cause them to regret It Northern Texas has boon blessed with good rains and protracted meet ings lately Here Is to M W Jones for county judge of Casey and to tbo real demo cratic candidate for sheriff of Lincoln MAO WHEAT A lame shoulder le usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For sale by Orals Hooker druggUts h ISHELBY CITY IH G Martin of the tobacco factory now In his employ 25 men and xlrla and Is doing a big business Rev W G Surber of Moberly Mo brother of Mr A A Surber began a protracted meeting at the Christian church Sunday night to be carried on at least two weeks Thanks are extended by the obelby City school children to Mrs Bottle Sll cox for the use of her wagon and to Mr D D Fox for his team which took them M the Danville fair Friday There will be a Baptist S S picnic in Wm Given woods near the L N railroad tomorrow All are requested to bring lunch baskets well filled There will bo game end amusements for the children on that occa sloe MIts Margaret Brlsicn of Ludlow will be the guest of Mrs Mike Corbctt this week Mrs M D Young and Miss Bertha Grubb spent Tuesday with Mr1 E T BeBzley Mr Mason Morrie and friend Mr Jesse Dlckeoo of Morton vllle are with Mrs Mary Morris Mr 5 H Slnkhorn and daughter Lavlola of Burgle spent lost week with relatives In our two titles Miss Marie Joseph of Lancaster Is the guest of Miss Lyda Pearl Rose She Ian accomplished musician Mrs Sa rah Tuttle Is confined to her room by an acute attack of tonellltls D C Duck and son Joseph of Lexington wero guests of Mrs N W Duck Attorney Robert L Pulllam of Shcl byvllle spent last week at the home of his father near here Misses Ellen and Sadie Powell of Parksvlllc relatives of Lucien Minor spent last week with Misses Gertrude and Sarah Richard son George Dunn took Wm Terrys place In A A Surber store a few days last week Master Alfred Haydnn Grubb Is spending a few weeks at his grandmothers Mrs Josephine Garrs In Lexington LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Tbo French wheat crop Is short Foil SALE8 nice Southdown bucks C C Carpentqr Oustonvllle Corn is selling In Madison at 8376 and It Is scarce at that figure About 3000000 acres of State lands In Montana are to be sold at auction Season money is now duo and I will appreciate it if you will settle at once M S Baugbman J II McAllister sold to Beazley Bros a lot of corn at f3 25 He says he could have sold It at 84 bad he hauled It to MorelandD witt has purchased ewes of J B Lynn of Lincoln at 83 per head 82 lambs of W W Johnson and 21 of W 11 Shanks at 3o Advocate A lot of 16 hogsheads of white burley tobacco grown by F P and W L Yanoey at Now Liberty and sold at Cincinnati Thursday brought tho high net price ever paid since IfeOl ranging from 116 to 820 76 Secretary Bright says the profits of the Danville fair will amount to fully 500 This with tbo yearly rental of track and the amount received from the colored fair should enable them to declare a nice dividend Simeon Welhl representing Nelson Morris Co Chicago bought last week in Madison of J W and L A Ballard 50 corn fed export cattle 400 pounds average at 60 also of Tom Phelps 40 at same figureClimax- Charlie Herr tbo Lexington horse touted to beat Tbo Abbot Cresceuaand other good ones suffered an Inglorious defeat at Brighton Beach being fourth In a race the fastest mile being 209 Lord Derby The Monk and Gcorglaca finished ahead of him Steve Lucas who lives on the Matt Curry farm sold S6 acres of corn at 810 an acre standing in the field The drouth bad affected It considerably and ho guessed at it but as the tale put him even with the world ho IB perfect ly satisfied and hopes that the pur chaser will do well Harrodsburg Dem ocrat Excursion to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Vu On Tuesday Aug 20th the Chesapeake Ohio Ry will sell roundtrip tickets to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va ay 913 good for 16 days from date of sale Special hotel rates of 83 per day at Qygela Hotel and 250 per day or 814 per week at Ocean View Hotel Tick ets will be good going on trains leaving Lexington at 1120 A M and 645 l M Through sleepers will bo run on 845 M train Berth rates 82 for night or 8360 through Dont miss the last opportunity to got to the sea shore this summer Write for full in formation or sleeper reservations to George W BarneyD P A O O RV Lexlo ton A masked highwayman held up a stage coach in New York containing seven moo and one woman Six of tho men took to the woods and the seventh remained simply because his wife was a passenger The robber relieved him of his valuables also rifting the express and mall pouches LANCASTERI Born to tho wife of Drew Slier a bouncing boy- Garrards peach crop Is better oven than expected earlier In tho season This delicious fruit it hero In great quantities and excellent quality at from 31 50 to 82 per bushel Delicious plums can be had for the asking and grapes are to bo very plentiful Business In our town le very brisk at present All the merchants are kept bustling and contracts are being let for the erection of new and somo very sub stantial buildings Somo work Is being done on the streets a new culvert being now under way In front of J B Cone carriage shop and repairing being done In several different places Mr Tom Stephens on Lexington street who has been so long la no bettor Mrs Stephens IB very of typhoid fever and a sister of Mrs prolongedMr and Mrs Stephens aro Maccabees certainlyhaveJudge M D Hughes Is kept hustling day and night now being candidate with glowing praapects for police judge of our city manager of the Garrard opera house newspaperman organizer of Maccabce hives and most everything else one could mention However be Is never in too great a burry to say a kind word or do a kind deed for anyone In need- Farmers are the first to cry bard times although tbey should be the last Lets eeetomatoes are not to be bad for love or money cabbage is selling at prices too high for even rich folks not a butter bean Is to be seen on the mar ket roasting ears are 10 cents a dozen and Irish potatoes scarce at good prices Suppose we go to work tending our farms instead of standing on the street corners complaining of the scarcity of money and dullness of markets for verily There are none so far from market as those who have nothing to selllI Miss Georgia Lewis of Stanford the guest of Mrs A H Bastln Miss Nelle Dllllon has accepted the position of cashier In Logans dry goons store Miss Eugenia Bush of St Louis Mo Is now visiting Mrs Joe Durn sides in the country Mrs C B Nevlu le convalescing after a protractedllllneu R H Batson Is recuperating at Crab Or chard Springs Mr and Mrs J W Sweeney went over to Crab Orchard Wednesday afternoon Two of Mr Frank Mosss daughters Verda and Fannie are on the sick list Leslie Barber Is very of typhoid fever at the home of his aunt Mrs Emma Perkins near town Mr O C Huborllng the florist now a resident of Danville was In town shaking bands with old friends yesterday Mrs Annie Walters Is vis iting Mrs George M Patterson The following resolutions were adopt ed by the Garrard County Teachers Institute last weekQl Believing the office of county superintendent should be nonpolitical and that the olHce should select tho person best qualified to administer its duties and recognli log Miss Eliza J Lusk the present In cumbent as a scholar and teacher of experience And a most elllclent super intendent and knowing that the schools In the county have made great progress under her administration and that she has used great energy and ability in elevating the standard of education In our county we do hereby Indorse her administration and heartily recommend her to the citizens of Garrard county as eminently worthy of their support for a succession of her past administration 2 Believing that It Is our duty as teach ers to come In contact with the best ed ucational thought In our country we respectfully request our superintendent Miss Lusk to make every effort possible to Induce the superintendents of Boyle county and Lincoln county to unite with our county in a joint Instl tute of two weeks next year in the most available place for said Institute and recommend the employment of Col Francis Parker as Instructor QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers rorlndlicwere scarce and Ibe seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or AugustFlowerfermentation of indigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of thE sys feelingaches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower In liquId form to make you satisfied there Is nothing seri ous the matter with you Get Greens PcuuyDrug What most people want is something mild and fceutle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For Bale by CraIg Hocker Druggists J fF == = t BARGAINS AT TiE GLOBE IIji slYefrom out stotjk and will sell them this week for l isifIt tolIljt 111 tJfIIJIt Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER fllHSCH DanvilleiJj LSuccessorsIr = = = =LSIWL vi11 1l VvVAWJd WSd t W Job Lots The end of the season finds us all with remnants and job lots We dont want them but want the money and the way to make them move is to put a price on them A few negligee shirts in 75c and qualities to clos at 50 CENTS CASH A few 5Uc neg ligees to close at 35 CENTS CASH Straw hats from 25c to 150 all go at 25c each TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS I CHAPPY FARMER I USES UPTOD TEIIM4UIIN fRY HIGGINS MCKINNEY Stanford I IE REAM SODA I j Pure Jersey Crean j and Finest Fruit I Flavors a- tPENNYS I DRUGSTOREIt GO TO W B McRoberts r Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains la cay THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THE TWO METHODS The contrast between the plan followed out by the democracy of the county and the plan adopted by the reo publicans In tbo nomination of their respective tickets Is marked The democratic party sought the advice at secured the expressed consent of every member of the organization who vas willing to express his views In the makeup of the ticket Absolute per faction Is not to be expected In any method which may be devised to ace thin the popular will but It Ioes without contradiction that the prImary election system affords the least obj- ectIonable if not an approximately last method to attain that end It has the merit of affording to every voter- a of party an opportunity to oxpress hIs choice of candidates If he fall to avail himself of it the fault lies with himself and not the plan The recent demo ocratlo primary was held after 10Di public notice Polls were opened lit every voting precinct In the count The election was held within the hours prescribed by law and strictest observance paid to every lawful requirement The party acted freely volu tartly deliberately and wisely Thor were no combinations there was no bickering there were no campaign lies and there Is no bolting The masses of the party took the matter In their own hands and first having regard to their own conception of the fitness df each candidate for the place he sought dli tributed the ticket equitably accord- Ing to the geography of the county They gave to the east west center and south sections representation Wha could be fairer What could be mor democratic Moreover every man who was voted for In the primary was and is yet a true democrat It was a family affair exclusively and no one out side the family had a right to Inter fere The party did not go outside thIs circle to obtain Its candidates While It gladly welcomes all recruits it does not confer leadership on men who have bitterly opposed It all their lives and who may lay themselves open to the just suspicion of joining It only to ge something out of it Look at the other picture A dozer or so men get together In the court house They select five men for coun ty offices Neither In the form of hand bills printed or written notice not newspaper publication was public at tentlon called to the fact that this close corporation proposed to cunvene for the purpose of declaring the will of a nu merously composed party Acting as autocrats without consulting anybodys wishes but their own they proceeded to their work For the beat and mott lucrative offices In the county they se lect two men who have heretofore i zealously fought them who have made pecuniarily the greater part of what they have earned since manhood as the result of trusts confided to them and offices conferred on them by the demo- cratIc party They spat on the aspira Lions of men of their own party who bare given their votes and years of un- requIted service to the cause of repub licanism Besides this they spurn all just considerations arising out of geographical divisions By far toe larg est and many think the most respect able element of the republican party lies In the southern part of the county In the Waynesburg Highland and Kiogsvllle sections and the country tying southeast of those points there is a sturdy body of republicans who have consistently and with heretofore but scant recognition from the party bosses borne the brunt of all political ti battles In the county These men are Ignored They are treated just as the bosses treat the Negroes as good enough to go as delegates to conventions as good enough to vote to keep i them in office but not good enough for anything else They are the dray horses of the party managers They must pull the bosses around haul their bag gage and feed themselves i It Is true the INTERIOR JOLRYALbaa- no kick coming to it because republi can cliques and rings misuse and abuse their party voters but the injustice of such conduct stinks so strong that wear bound to smell it f THE beginning of the end is In sight Gov Beckham at the request af Attor ney General Brecklnrldgehas Instruct- edt Inspector Blues to Investigate the workings of the Investment companies which grow and flourish in Lexington more particularly and It will doubtless be found that mary of them are not only lotteries but the meanest kind of swindles as well EDITOR MEACHAM of the Hopkins vllle Kentuckian knowing our love for hIs good paper sends us two copies each Issue both of which we greatly enjoy It Is mighty clever in him to gtVeus so much of a good thing but we r dont want to appear greedy and will i let him off with a single copy hereaf ter THE republican bosses are great min sionaries Every now and then they snatch a democrat as a brand from the burning but at the same time they kick a faithful old republican Into the middle of next week rI w WHATS the matter with the g o p that it cant furnish its own candIdates for county judge and sheriff Is there no balm in Gilead no physician thereP THREE FIFTHS republican twoflft democratic Mathematically that maksI flvefif ihs But what does It make morally chemically or politically POLITICAL The new Chinese tariff places cereals and flour on the free list Gen Maximo Gomez has declined to be a candidate for vice president of CubaDr fa Godfrey Bunter will reach Kentucky soon to enter actively Into the race for U S Senator It Is said fb Washington that the President is not considering the ap- poIntment ot J A Craft as collector In the Louisville district Charles C Vogt not only will docile the republican nomination for Mayors Louisville but he will vote for Charles P Grainger the democratic nomineeI The census shows that only one donkey In Washington Well we always did think that there neve was a Senator just like him Loulsvill A J Montague was made the democratic nominee for governor of Virginia by acclamation at Norfolk Wednesday Mr Swanson having with drawn from the race Samuel R Crewdson of Ruesellvllle has been appointed by Gov Beckban to succeed the late I H Goodnight as circuit judge Judge Crewdson will be a candidate for the democratic nomIna ton for the position next fall Republicans ot Whltley nominated James Stlnton for county judge W T Smith clerk James EllIeon sheriff G C Moore attorney Frank Perkins jailer O T Slier assessor Claiborne Wilson school superintendent THIS DTHAT Two men were killed in an elevator accident at Wheeling W Va Al Tumblin who killed Newton RI ley at Kuttawa was captured In Mar shall county An explosion of 30 tons of nitro gly erine destroyed the famous Arch Rock in San Francisco Bay Cresceus defeated The Abbott In New York He won the first heat by a length In 203 and distanced him In the second AtTuscaloosa Ala Sheriff Kyle held oIT a mob which attempted to take a nero from jail for the purpose of lynching him H V Scott an eccentric individual lied at Farlbault Minn Saturday leaving a fortune of 60000 which his wl11 orders burned as soon as bis debt- sae paid He leaves a poor nephew in t1e same city The enthusiasm aroused by Press Lent Shaffer at Wheeling has cheered the steel strikers and at Amalgamated leadquarters confidence Is expressed that the trust will be forced to surren der Tho conservative element however Is continuing its efforts and Is qually confident that Shaffer will be forced to give up the fight A question that is novel because of- the section from which it comes has been propounded to State SuperIntend- ent McChesney It Is whether the car ing of a 44 Colts by a school teacher In Pike county Is intimidation of his pupils and is cause for removal Mr jChesney agrees that the carrying of Jch a weapon by a teacher In any otb er section of the State would Intimidate tbe pupils but has serious doubts whether It would In Pike IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Richmond has 2000 Negroes Squire 0 B Cannon of the section of Boyle Is dead aged NevadaI E E Clark has been master at Griffin Wayne county William F Martin of Yosemite has been granted a pension of 88 for In jurIes received during the war with SpaInDr J V Logan president of Old Central University and Prof C G ookes will leave here this week for anvllle to take positions as members of the faculty of the new consolidated resbyterlan University Richmond Dispatch An old man in a helpless condition was found lying on the Cincinnati Southern track at JunctIon City by a passing Negro He gave hIs name as N V McBeo and claimed London as- hIs home He was taken to Danville and Judge Pruitt furnished transport tatlon to his mountain home His mind IS evidently unbalanced J Stone Walker J A Sullivan H B Hemger J C Chenault and G W Evans of Richmond have sold onehalf Interest In their coal mines at Brush Creek Roekcastle county and in theI 10000 acres of coal land adjoining to ttsburg capltallsts The consldera tlon is not stated Immediate development of the extensive coal property is omlsca The heat has been so great in Cbl- calO that the fish have deserted the surface of the lake and taken to deep- water The only i marvel is that any- 1hb would be sucker enough to stay near Chicago in summer when ho could Ifwlm away Louisville Times Dr C W Johnson a wealthy citizen of Grant county Is dead I THE111s- q LOUISVILLE STORES Great Closing Out To QuitrBusiness Sale Is Still OntOur Already Low Prices are Cut Still Much LowerI tYoquality anti perfectly reliable in every respect Pleased customers delight to toll their friends of the remark able values they in turn receiving similar values they curry the good news to others and so tilt endless chain of supporters goes on No misrepresentation no dissatisfaction 110 discourtesy will ever occur in store Every article sold just as advertised Dont fail to see us Come quick buy now ns you may again have such an opportunity to buy good goods at hall price ourtHere are prices that will keep our store crowded r Hoosier Cotton 4c We have 250 bolts of yard wide Hoosier Cotton Everyone knows the quality come now and lay In a supply of this fine cotton Ott 4 cents Mens Imp French 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 89 cen- tsMens Collars 5c Mens 15c quality 4ply Linen fbllars all etyleq and sizes Reduced for this great sale At 5 cents 1150 Fountain Pens iSo 25c Undershirts 16c lOc Celluloid Collars tic- I SOc Straw Halt 25c oOc Underwear 25c Mens il 00 Pants 49c ILadies Waists Ladles 50cent Waists made of good Percale reduced to 25 cents Ladies SOc and SI Waists good quality of Madras and Sea Island Percales Re duced to 39c Ladies 125 and 81 50 Waists mado of test Lawn and Dimity elegantly trim tied cut to 48c AS a MATRIMONIAL A Kansas City woman kept her mar- rIage a secret for two years An Ohio widow was refused a license to remarry becausezho was too young to Adams and Miss Lucy Jane Soard were married at Moses Soards WednesdayMiss Barker of Somerset was married to Andrew D Harvey of Kan sas City yesterday The marriage of Miss Minna Hiker and Prof R G Boyur of Harrodsbur Is announced to occur August 28 William Hennlng and Miss Maud Bard were married ut Fulton the bride being critically of consumption Lieut Watterson Jr was married Thursday In Philadelphia to Senorita Beanca Casanova ot Ctenfuo Cuba Florence Davidson daughter of a Danville minister and W H Reyoler lon also of that place were married In Jeffersonvillo after much difficulty says the CourierJournal Henry M Flagler the multi million aire oil magnate has secured a divorce under the new Florida statute which provide that Insanity of four years standing Is sufficient ground for a de creeJohn J Myers and Miss Belle Mer ebon were married at the residence of the brides mother yesterday morning tbo ceremony being performed by Rev J B Crouch Mr Myers was a reel dent of Stanford for a number of years but recently moved to Hustonvllle where he Is engaged In business The bride IB a most estimable young lady and carries with her the beet wishes of a host of friends Ladies Corsets 500 Cortets all colors lung and short waiited 50c quality Reduced to 25c- H d II II Corsets Including the popular Straight Front Corset For this great slaughter sale at 40c II s4 1L Nursing Corsets l quality Reduced to Glee Mens 1 Shirtsfor 49c Made of very best Madras and Shirting Percales These ibirt were never sold fortes than 31 Our special price dun ing this preat Closing Out Sale 49c Mens 50c and 75c Shirts 39c 25 dozen Mens Negligee Shrts collar and cuffs attached made to tell at 50fl and 75c Our price only 30c Ladies Shoes 69c 200 pairs Ladles fine Sample Shoes and Oxfords Heel and Spring Heel Lace and Button all leading brands worth from 160 tot 3 As Tong as they last at 60c Mens Linen Suits Coat Pants and Vest Only 12 suits left Worth 12 As long as they last tSo Fancy Hose lOc 25 dozen Childrens line Imported Fan cy Hose worth 23c To close out during this great sale lOc I NOTICE Lot of Yearling Southdown and Shrop shlrcdown luck for sale Also several thousand feet of lumber to Undo for horses cheep cattle or Illue grass seed for sale L 0 DUNN Ml Salem ICy I am prepared to paint and repair your buggv carriage or wagon In drstclaa style Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OIIKEK Stanford Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL 8PUIN03 ICY In now open for guests Everything Is las dendld order the water II plentiful and till shaded grounds present a plolant ap pearance Oue ts will be given willing at tention Rates Adults 25 per week chil dren under IS years of age 2 her horses S3SO per week For further Information apply to W1 VAUQHAN GREAT I THIS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In OeD Holmes tore near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always rind bargains at my store I am selling second blind Clothing equal to new also new Clothing and Gent Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes Hats Opt etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronize me promising you fair treatment I give a Invitation to visit Store Cull and see me when you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morris Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI IIAROAIN STORE M REISER faun Kibo Kid Heel Kid Gloves69c I We have only 15 dozen of these KM Gloves all colors and elzcs Snefput off coming If you are thinking getting a pair Tbey will go flit at great slaughter tale at OOc a pair Closing Out Sale of I Clothing suits at prices that will you to buy 495 Fir fine black and blue English Jay Worsted Suits Oaulinere and ScoWh Salting These suit never wit for let then J7W Your choice at I 4GJS 675 Indand fl6 You mutt see these suits to appreciate this big bargain at 1676JWindow 9c We have only about 10 dozen fine Felt WJndow Shades mounted on selfacting nllers Complete with fixtures Do Umbrellas 39c 2Snch Steel Rod Umbrellas made of h fist Engllih Gloria Silk naturalwood handles always sold at 75c In this tale only SOc lOc Percales 5c All Gc Lawns 8c nest Apron Gingham 60 IDa Pearl Buttons be 6c Calicoes 3 jo 1 Mens SltO Show 8o I WE GUARANTEE EVERY ARTICLE ADVERTISEDl The Louisville Store wedWilliam Painting Repairing BARGAINS tile- ClnclnnatillargBla Shades Cheapest Store in Stanford Wholesale I and Retail Salinger Bros R I I Ladies Mens tempt Prors A Genera Favorite J Quee n QualityI l ttTforThis shoe combines style easetand service to a degree far tof superior to all others lOur Fall Styles Are Now Open Call And See Them Cummins McClary 1 I ATHE INTERIOR JOURNAL fSTANFolm Ky Ago 10 1001 Tnv the tlJudllo Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Penny Drug Store OOR proscription work li unsurpass ed us and bo convinced Penny t tiDrug Store PERSONALS Mjts J A WniuiiT li visiting rola live In Casey JO BAILEY 1e in Lexington attend t lot tbo Elk1 fair spent several IIngsvllleF Is vlilUojr rola K9 of Loutirlltc la I vliltlnK friend Hero IJt A J KAW of WlnobBster P Mire with old friends WILLIAM HAMILTON jolnod his wife In Lexington Tuesday i Mn ALLEN w XAIIINO of Rich mond was hero yesterday Mil QT LACKEY of Des Moluos Iowa has joined his wife hereIMARSHA It O JONES Is on duty again after several days Illness t Miss RKIIECCA WILLIAMS of Manse was the guest of Mrs Will Stone J Mns S H BOOKER of Huisellvllle Is with her sitter Mrs M 0 Williams MISS LULA MAY BROWN of Louis I vllle ten was the guest of Miss Hula Tot AND MRS Eu CARTER are visit Ir Hume Carter and family In 1In AND MRS D Wv DUNN of Dan aro with Mr and Mr M S FRED COOK son of Dr L bmanI very at his home on Eatt W J CONNOR of Frankfort Is hero to see Prof T M Goodnight who conI tlnuos very NED SMITH arrived from Norfolk Va to visit his grandparents Col and Mrs T P mil MR B N HUNDLEY of Nelson spent several days with his brother Mr J S Hundley Missus SADIE STAOO of Stanford and Katharine Wclli of Junction City are attending the liberty fair Mifls CARRIE CCNNINOIIAM of flue tonvllle ts tbo guest of Miss Mary Hunter Wtncheiter Democrat McKlnJJ bla has returned home News Mnssns T c HENRY and W H Wilson of Winchester aro hero to purchase a carload of nlco horses JACK BEAZLEY wont to Pine Hill Wednesday to bury Mrs William Mead owe who died there the day before W A CARSON hat rented and xll move Sept 1 to the residence of Mrs Kate Dudderar on Lancaster Street Miss DOVIE D LETCIIER has been elected to the chair of Greek and Latin at Mt Vernon College Institute Richmond HcltllterIMIt R H GIVENS returned to his homo at Now Orleans yesterday after a months stay with friends and rot a tives near Hustonvlllo MR WILLIAM SEVERANCE left Tues day for Shelby county where ho wilt join his wife They will visit tbo flu t falo exposition before returning EDITOR E S ALIIRIUIIT of the Mt Vernon Signal who Is just back from Salt Lake City where bo wont with tbo press boys was here Tuesday MRS MAGGIe J MARTIN who has been matron at Stanford Female Col logo for several years left yesterday for Bolivar Tenn to tako a similar position at St Catherines School Wo commend her to the good people of that place LOCALS FOR SALE Nice cooking stove 5 It at the College at Uustonylllo THE Mt Vernon band passed through Tuesday to make music for the Liberty l fair jr I AMtlckled to death with tbo cash business Dont ask credit Ed Wilk inson STOCK your winter coal In August and you will save money J H Baujfhman S Co Tits people aro learning that Wl t ers Furniture Store is the place to goods at right prices LADIES Our Fall Stock of Queen t Quality shoe le now open Call nnd ace tho new styles Cummins ft Mo Clary ISOUOOL forDistrict No1 aro I Jodue Please call at First National f and settle W Ur Wearen treasurer 100 RODS 1141 Iba American Woven t Wlro Fence Will sell at a very low price Call and get It Geo H Far rU Co SACRA will bo at Liberty 1MISS Tuesday and Wednesday tho add 21st of August to make At Mlddloburg Thursday Auust 2o SECURED PATENT Dr U AJones of this place has secured a putonton his necktie loop which is a good thing and which may make the genial dentist a millionaire r GrainDrllleFOR SALE OR RENT Residence on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E C WaltonIWRECK AT ROWLAND sec than of freight Ito 34 ran Into too first settles at Rowland Tuesday night but strange to say very little damage was down and nobody WAS hurt Ono on sine was knocked scrota the track JOHN ANDERSON color charged with breaking Into too residence of Mr J J McKinney near Mt Salem and stealing 47 was tried before Judge Bailey yesterday and hold over to clr cult court Anderson confessed his guilt THE wholesale grocery of tbo Dow Haydon Co at Winchester bad a flro last week but wo are glad that not much damage was done Our former townsman Mr J W Hayden Is a momberof tboflrtn which we ore told Is doing a tine business CAL PADUBTT who Is serving Jl term In jail for broach of peace and was boo- Ing exercised on the rock pile by Jailer DeBorde made a break for liberty Wednesday but only succeeded in get tinge far as M S Baugbman before being caught and returned Ho can bo given 10 days for every unexpired day of his sentence for tbo attempt FINED Mrs Julio Dalton was lined ono cent and costs by a jury In Judge Baileys court Tuesday for using in sulting and abusive language toward Mrs George Moore also of Rowland When tbo verdict was rendered Mrs Dalton walked up to the judge and headed him a copper which ho declined with thanks She forgot about the cot which amounted to several dollar BRODHEAD AmlWltb good trots pence and running races each day and a ring for almost everything tbo Brod bead fair next week should draw a big crowd from this and adjoining counties Tbo people of Brod bead know bow to run a fair as wolf as how to make every body who goes there have a good time Go and If you dont teal like youve gotten your monys worth draw on this paper MRS SUSAN SA T Walnut Flat tell Saturday afternoon and broke her hip Sho Is 80 years old and owing to her advanced alto her recovery Is doubtful Her son Dr Andrew Sar stunt of Uopklosville arrived Tues hedlldoI died at 3 o clock this morning No arrange monte for funeral havo been made yet Extended notice next Issue TURKEYWizllA WOODEN LEO badlHo sound It by using splints Mr Thomas also has a fine bronze turkey that sports a wooden leg It was broken so badly that ho cut It off near the and tied on the cork ono At first t turkey dragged it about but caught on and now lUte and stops It as proudly as any cock of the walk Harrodsburg Democrat ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Cap R W Dalpboneof tbo cleverest conductors on this run was acoldonsally shot at Pine Hill Wednesday morning His pistol fell from his pocket while train No 20 stood at tbo depot a tho ball entered his breast making ugly wound Ho was unable to take his train on and was talcon to his ho In Loulsvillo on No 24 Ho was par tlally under tho Intluenco of opiates when be passed here but didnt havo the appearance of a man who was ear ouely hurt THE Elks Fair HI Lexington is a grcaishow and worth anybodys money aeW go and sea The general attractions aro good and tbo Midway almost equal to that of the worlds fair An I J man took tho rounds Wednesday and saw a number of Stanford and Danville moo enjoying the coochccoocbo or muscle danco of tbo Egyptian girls Of course they were Interested only from a scientific standpoint It was Confed orate day and a largo numbor of thoso who woro the gray were on band to en joy tho Elks hospitality without mon Ay and without price A big barbecue pahr took with a relish Thursday was Joo Wheeler day when it was oxpcctcd that as largo a crowd as that of Wed nesday would gather to son tho llttlo veteran of two wars NOAKS AGAIN Robert Noaks who teetlflod so strongly against Caleb Pow qrs and afterwards according to tho Louisville Poet recanted was In I tucky from Canada the other day to moot Miss Wilder daughter of Judgo Wilder of Corbln They met and were married In Chicago Nooks says every thing ho swore to on tbo stand at Georgetown was true but he consented out of sympathy for Powers to give a statement to used beforo too court of appeals In order to get a now trial Ho further says that bo believes Powers guilty of procuring tbo assassination of Goebel and that Howard and Youtsey were more tools of his Noaks is paring a further statement which tau will give to tho public and which will likely make Powers wish he had well enough alone Noaks It will productj county WE will fill your coal house during tbo mooch of August cheap for cash Jll Baughraan it Co KEEl your eye on Withers urnlI turo Store He is selling furniture carpets wall paper etc ht prices that will please you OWING to health and to straight en up my business I will soil for cash only after this date All owing me will please settle at once J K Van andalo SUIT SINGLETON has arranged so that Metcalfa and Harvey old gram mars can be mado part payment for Harvey DeV grammar which has been adopted BELLI COOIC colored was arrested yesterday by Olllcer Jones forswearing on the streets When arraigned before Judgu Carson she received a floe of 85 and trimmings MILLINERY STOCK FOR StLhI do sire to sell my stock of millinery and willsell or rent too stand I now occu py The stojk Is In splendid shape now and clean Miss Llccle Beazley TILE Lexington Democrat says Gen to6xtendney pf New lark to contest In the Crab Orchard meet of the fox hunter THOMAS W VARNONlethe first to enter the field of Belgian hero raising for profit In this county Ho has just received a pair of those animals from Illinois and they aro beauties with pedigrees a yard long CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Prof M E Pruitt a successful teacher of this county has rented of Prof B J Pinkerton Christian College at Hustonvllle and will open It to the public next month Ho will bo assisted by Mines JuIa Stagg of Liberty and Mary Car pouter of Hustonvllle and tho three will make a strong team of pedagogues Prof Prultts prospects for a goo school aro good WE desire to thank the good popl o of Klngsvllle and vicinity for that kindness and untiring interest in the babyKlndnrtered or more sympathy could not have been shown and we appreciate this be yond cvpresslon May God keep u nearer and nearer to Him as the days go by and as wo finish our course on earth may we add ono moro to the home of the blessed and finally constitute an undivided throng around tbo throne of God Mr and Mrs W L McCarty ONE of our citizens ylstted the Gypsy camp on tho Lancaster pike recently and took with him a horse anticipating thqbeen discussing the respective merits of each animal for some time but war unable to make a trade owing to tb boothoe aboutsavaooralgatyeareoldromarketh d e of yourn Id trade him for the mar and give three dollars to boot if knowed shed die tonight Ho bas evidently been taught the tricks of the trade quite early rainnd of angoad to crops it played havoc with tho Liberty fair and as a result It too amd or Wednesday Mud and w ter was anklo deep on the grounds yo tardilY afternoon but a good lot of horses 1were spews notwithstanding Tho crowd was merely a handful thong and it will bo almost a miracle If tho stockholders do not lose heavily It was decided that tho fair would bo con tlnucd over Saturday when It Is sincerely hoped file weather will not Inclement Had it not been for tho rain tbo present would havo been tho best and most largely attended fair ever held at Liberty It had been ly advertised a good show of stock WIISI assured and ovary preparation for n successful exhibition had been mado President J O Coulter anti Secretary and Assistant Secretary G R Wilkinson and Charlie Montgomery havo worked hard for the enterprise and they aro naturally worried that the ole manta should bavo upset their calculi tlons The game of ball between Hue tonvllle and Russell Springs was won by the former the scorn standing 5 to 2 Another gamo will bo played ta- morrow Saturday afternoon botwe either Hustonvlllo and Russell Springs or Hustonvlllo and Campbcllsvlllo A prize of 825 Is offered by the associa tu winners of bluo ties yesterday after noon Wblto cake Mrs J C Coulter black cake Mrs E H Kidd rockaw horse C P Drown harness mare or soldier three years old W W Lyon C T Sandldgo second harness mare or gelding four years old Win Dodd W W Lyon second double team Shannon ft Sandldge W W Lyon soc ond combined morn or gelding W S Dryo Mack Hughes second and Os Bowman third buck any ago W P Rlgglhs The Mt Vernon band as plaaob0tho is fair tomorrow if you want to have a I good time SOLDIERS We had the Richmond company of State Guards with us several hours last sight They were re turning from the encampment at Ow ensboro A TELEPHONE message from Mt Vernon states that Sam Lewis was nominated by tho republicans for county judge M C Miller for clerk H L Tate for sheriff G M Ballard for Su OsseaaoryPnreona rum for county attorney WON Wben a reporterof the I J was In Lawrenceburg Wednesday Hol ly Strutton who was condemned to die Friday for stabbing his victim to death was apparently the most indif ferent man In the little burg Ho ex pressed pleasure when visitors called and olTered to bet ono man 810 he would not hang Friday Had tho fel low taken tbo bet bo would have lost for Gov Beokbam rnsplted him for 30 days Tbo scaffold Is on the same spot wasborroweda number of mon dangled from It It is a grim looking Instrument of death and works as slick as a charm HE TREASURES IT HIGHLY Tho other nltrhiCapt Franklin J White lookingtbroughcame across a small book which ho held up and said That Is a testament which I carried all through tho Mexi can war Just beforo we leftRlcbmond UncleJlmmy0 called George who was my chum and myself Into bis study and presented each of us with ono of these books He also gave us some timely advice and we took the books and while I am free to confess that George nor I over devoted much time to reading them yet wo val ued them very blgnly and took good whetherGeorgeand theres not money enough In tho ItCentralRCCOrd CHURCH MATTERS preachdng He cloneda meeting at Baldocks chapel laet week which resulted in nine additions conventionrn to 25th Inclusive Each Sunday seboolln the county U expected to send a dele rate Everybody invited thChrlatlan Recfery Throne Afternoon Now tbeCbrhtlanbe hold tar all men and for men only ratthemen and boys Dr J F Williams preached his faro well sermon Sunday at the magnificent Harrodeburgblcbhis consecration and perseverance to a locludedand county Hit subject was The Everlasting Gospel based on Revela fieee at tho church continues with increasing Interest and good results All Christian people of Stanford are heartily co operating In the effort by their presence and sym soIworld out of darkness into light sn RonFrankoven goes beyond our hopes as an ear nest Interesting forceful teacher and effectual Instrument In tho hands o God com DC and laboring in tho powo of Ills eplrlt for the strengthening of okSalogHaving decided to go to Oklahoma we otter for sate our itock of General Merchan bulidlnh t stands In town TlioLN tarnishes the depot to bo wed as n storeroom free of pur11Oacting IM Its agent Stock li complete all addressbo Ky FOR RENT three rooms nod kitchen Iluco hcontains two acres Nice garden Some fruit Situated on Danville Avenue MRS MARY WHORTON NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Deorlag Harvester Extras and genuineUnlessthem you genuineD FARM FOR RENT Oreeknnacres to go In corn about In wheat In oats and the rest In grass Address W T TUCKER Valuable Property For Sale andaa com fortable one and there lion the lot n store house blacksmith shop and tenanthouse Outbuilding are numerous and in good re pair Apply to me for terms and n further escrlptlon of the property MRS If E BAILEY Turnersvllle Iy FKRM FOR SALE I Containing 163 acres two miles south of McKlnney on Mlddlcburg 175 acres fence and IBS ncrosclenred Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well wintered an be sold In two tracts of about equal amount oras a whole For further Information call on or address J S J10ULEY McKlnney Ky A BARGAIN PRICES In Ready Mixed Paints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call CCRAIT MCCK R0 1 t The an Stock We to For For J FancyGroceries Tinwat iChinaiVare Ice Chests see our stock Operajj 1tWethe wellknown New Columbian Stoves and full line of other Stoves and Also Salt Limo and Cement JOHN BRIGHT JR IJ Manfashion J Oxfords i j Just a few of those Manish Ideal weofactory prices The most uptodate shoes for ladies shown this season are made leaders of fashion HANAN SONSyJOHN Pe JONES StHfiDd New Feature f Pdtterflsgd HigherrSubscribe for McCall Magazine with iandpatterns in our store and no ordering rfittingdtember fashion plate freerI Severance Sons I V 1 UGGKEES I UGGIES I UGGIES I Largest Best Selected WeIIavo 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price from 25oo To 5oooo Claim Retail Buggies Less Than Some people Pay Them Hardware Kofrlgerators Freezers at flanges CO by the Our vehicles were bought rfor cash in car lots andwe t sell on a smaller marginithan any house in Kentucky Our Lincoln t especiallyover t Bruce a Bright Danvil r 4t J h l TTHE INTFRIORJOURNAL Entered n the port offlce at Stanford ar icondClau matter ntnlthaTuadtty pond ildssvw T 1 PER YEAR CASH When not sopaldxSOO wilt bechirged MONEY TO LOAN thousand In sums of one dollars and over nn farms only nt 5 per cent LooK time and easy payment W A Tumiiur JmStanWrd Ky A S PRICE I Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky CfflctOfff McRoborU Drni Store In the Ow lej I Building R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgins McKlnneys Ston Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mill J B McKINNEY Prop MoELinney K3 Make and keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Neal ShipstuH Bran Chic IIn Feed c Prices very reasonable Qus tom grinding specialty D V Kenned Miller Executors Notice I The creditors of D W Vandeveer decd aro herebuy notified to present their claims against said estate by Sept 1001 duly proven as required law All persons owing said cstata are requested to settle This Oth of July 1101 MARTHA J VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of D W Vandevcer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Sale of Personalty August 17 NAI4dminlstrator the estate of the Ute Jcb TOlUlr I will sell et public suctlonSituriUj August on the prnolses3 nit at Ktai ford the personalty o1 tour good Ow and calves also two young bortell3 an 5 yean one wagon one rod cart one set blacktmlt tools housebok and kltcben lurolture and olb things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day ol silj Sale will commence promptly atlO oclock P dlAumW Acmr H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100090- Succeawr to The Farmers Bank A Trait Compan and under same management contlnu outljr for 33 Yurt Solicits Your Bank Account H6plnt inch builnns relations will prove mucus ly benenciaj and pleas DIR tCTOESr J K JtJ Owsle Sr JN Wenefce A W Carpenter W llCuiutami J E LynnS Ibanh J F Cub J 11 Owilcy OFKICE- KSSnShanktlrMldeny I W M Urlrht Apt Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Chilli Stock 550000 Sarphii tlOOOO This Inttttntlon originally eitabUihed ai the Us poltBank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized u the National hank of Stanford in 1883 andagali eorganlied u the First National Bank ot Stanford n 1882hai bad practically uninterrupted exist ocetor U year It Ii Utter supplied now wlti fadlltlei for transacting builaeei promptly and trallythaneTerteloreln III longand honoiab career Accounts ot Individual nduclarlM annindlTldtuilitoUcltedDIKICTOIS 7 Beld Lincoln COI J W Ilajdtn Stanfoi t 8 L Uarrli 811 Baughman J S Hocller TP URI t WP Walton W A Trlbbl t JUCollKrCrsbbrcbd JaaItobinaonUuLLIe p M DElnior 8tsnford OrlltllS J8 Rocker Trwldent J J McKoborts Cash EFtDILLEHADANVILLE KY Manufacturer ot bsR i a KII And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prlcei FRUITTBROSMORELAKD FurnitureUndertaking And Liver- yMONEY 1esbought Life Insurance or money loaned on them ArtoJ S OWSLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS- For fair and liberal adjustments of losees I recommend to all property owners of Oa In- surAnce counties liomoand adjoiningrev Company of Now York represente- db Jesse D Wearen Stanford Ky On In the bcve cord 11 I insured lost my property Ore June 18 companysoUle71 with mo promptif and lIooraUy OEO a DAVIS DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford examined and IS andSepf glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5 pm Farmers Roller Mills stANFORD KY MORRIS FRED Piu r KTOR to the public that am I desire to announce readv to do any and all grind- Ing and that I will at all times furnish tbe best o- fFloor Meal SHipstuff Chicken Food Etc and I solicit B At the very lowest to give share of your patronage promising me you but bear the Iu mind best always MbRmS tbatFILEDneed your patronage DrsSlavinPhillip OSTEOPATH1STS Will he In DanTlll Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Thursdays and SatTuesdayW11U In Stanford OBJce In the Fennlntton UulldingjStanfordOt- ace hour 9 to set to r Jl OSTEOPATHY and developed by Proriginated This Science Mo depends on tbe A T Still of for Ita reand Physiologyof Anatomyprinciple no rubbin- gnosurgialoperstionsanicllm nlng iiiper ualum Osteopathy rte mln tmenthWhenf 10 all part properlyadjusted and not health U the ui Nervoustreated by Some of the dlllUlI tbeumallm Prostration headaches Neuralgia ioitreOrauulted Lid Catarrh Weak 1y Constipation and LungHeart fiver Enlarged lronate511Pilei Disease ollJonea cd- J intestinal troublessch and Dislocation SIIII Joint lnll Cualurll1 MarIncontinence 01 specialty Consultation la lemaU Diseases a Fret J+ G + MeG 1MY w so + L rLsow UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In BARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY NAYSU- NDERTg3EBS DIALKU li- tFursiltureBIntUnjsRuL And Wall Paper They will Excbango Furniture for all kinds Of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY i Bobbitt And His Big Oak CRAB ORCHARD AUR latbAftor bur glorloue good rains of recent date the heart of the farmer IB eo gladden and cheered I feel like inditing a few lines to the INTERIOR JOCRNAL the peoples advocate ROd friend How true It la if the farmer prospers ve all oro prosperous together How that Kings and princes they mar tlouris or they may fade A breath can make them as a breath hath made But the farmer Is the working maD Their countrys hope and pride When once destroyed can never be supplied- In a recent ramble through the for eel with a gentleman from Virgin and Indiana in passing a saw mill vo saw on the farm of Mortimer Adams the prostrate form of a giant oak of such huge dimensions that we were led to consult the annular ascertain the age of the fallen monarch which wa 300 years The acorn that made tbe thriving tree was shaken by some wandering wind from the top of an old oak In 1001 This was only 105 yea after Columbus had died In chains aod poverty In Spain That acorn fell to the ground 131 years before Washing ton was born It was only a baby plaot at the beginning of the 17th century but was 176 years old when Durgovn surrendered to Gates and 180 years old when Cornwallis surrendered to Wash ington at Yorktown Perhaps tbo panther was springing from Its spread lag from Its spreading limbs upon the timid deer or the eagle making bls elrie In lie lofty branches when Jeffer son was penning the Immortal dcclara tlon of Independence This fallen klni of the forest was 200 years old before Lee Jackson Hills Johnson liec Stuart Morgan Vandorn Longstrcc and the hosts of Confederate officers and soldiers had erected 2000 Ther mopllles in the South and won a renown as glorious as the deathless Im mortality of Lconidas and his 300 Spar tans But by the vandal hand of mat the great monarch Is fallen and Is now to be sawed Into lumber another cat ot the great racer put In the cart This however Is the fate oven of the king of tho turf when be can no lODger throw the dust of contempt In the faces of those following close behind In the homestretchThe this year aredolng nice ly under Mr J B Willis and lady The company there this season hal been remarkable for its elegance beauty and refinement approaching nearer the antebellum days of Southern aristocracy than has been seen there since the war A few evenings ago I was telling a most elegant lady about unwittingly falling In love with a mar- led woman when the replied Having fallen in love with her you could not fall out with her because she was mar ried II On the 29th 30th and 31st tbe G A R meets here Come and see them Perhaps they thought they were right in helping eight whip ono FONTAINE Fox BODurrr in heaveIf you have a baby your you will wish to knot tho Lest way to cjtck any unusual looseness of the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children 0 P M Holliday of Doming Ind who- M an eleveu months old child guys Through the months or June and July our baby was teething and took a running oft of the bowels and sickness of tho atom ich His bowels would move from five to tight times a day I had a bottle of 3hamberlaine Colic Cholera and Diarr icea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a spoonful of water and begot better at once For sale by Craig t locker druggists KINGSVILLE Little Ejtell Goocb continues III of scarlatina Dr C DL Thompson children are convelesclng from that disease Mr Taylor continues ill of typhoid fever Mrs Henry Leach died Tuesda morning at 10 oclock after a brief m nets from which she suffered Intense She was a good Christian woman Sbo leaves a husband and five children and we tender our deepest sympathy to tbe sadly bereaved relatives Funeral tci vice by Rev Dr Allen at thaCbrletit church of which she was a member Funeral service conducted by Rev Dr Allen was bold at the Cbrlstla church Sunday afternoon altar whit all that was mortal of the Infant daugt tar of Mr and Dire W L McCarty was laid to rest in the Presbyterian gray yard They almost worshipped tbo tiny bubo and wo extend with tbe community our heartfelt sympathy Mrs Sophia Davis of Plnovllle reo turned home after a brief visit to her brothers W L and J M McCartj here where sho was called by the deal of her little nelce Mrs Chenault and Miss Turner of Shelby vllle who hat been the pleasant guests of their uncle Mr Berry Prultt have returned home Miss Gertrude Ponnybacker roturne from Somerset Monday A MINISTERS GOOD VOIIK I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two dotes end was entirely cured say Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or tbrae bottle of medicine from the doctor He ue them for three or four days without re lief then called in another doctor who heated him for some days without relief so discharged him I went over to set him the next morning Ho said his bow eta were in a terrible fix that they had been running off so long that it was al most blood flux I asked him if he hat tried Chamberlain Colic Cholera aDd Diarrhoea Remedy and ho said No I went home and brought him my boltlt and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in 15 or 20 minutes if he did not find relief but ho took no more and was entirely cured I think it Is tin best medicine I lave ever tried Foi sale by Craig Hocker druggists If you want to sleep in coolness aDd comfort during the hot weather Ieep on straw mltlng eald a naval office who has recently returned from the Asiatic station to a New York Sun writer Not on the floor tobe contln fed though of course It would cooler but go to some carpet dealer with tbe exact measurements of your bed and have him sow strips of mattln together to tit after Ironing the seam down hard Put your matting between the sheet and the mattress and voul know what comfort Is You bave al tbe original softness of your bed wltt tone of Its beat Tho coarser the mat ting the better as It will allow better ventilation The Shah of Persia Is said to have 25000000 worth of diamonds There ii amore Catarrh In this wrtion of the rantrr than all otktr lMM put ingtttwr sod until the last few years was suppoed to be to lOll rroll4llll1Itnil by constantly tallliu to cute with rot It Incurable Sc4fnwr t catirrh to to a llMM 5ereforrequlreseonttltutlonaltretmeut falls Catarrb Cure r A Co Toledo Ohio la ih only ranttltutkmal sure on the luaiket It U taken In dnei lrom to drop to a tnipoonul IiartaillrwUyei Ibc Hood and uturoui lutfacn ol tbe ay tew They otler one hundred dolor for any caw It fails to cure tad lor elreulartandtefiltMnUls Address J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold druenliti 75o Halls Faintly Illls are the tat New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsee us WIW1 SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street Stafford Fenpale College+ S A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles Has all the grades of the best city gmuiuiarjschools and in addition the full regu lar courses of study of the best female colleges in the State Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough Instruction In all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session will open Monday September 2d Tuition foes range from f10to 125 per term of 21 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks l00 For catalogue address B J ErNKERTON Prin Stanford Ky MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY- A FirstClass Hoarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ten teachers who were educated at the leading Institutions of America and Europe and have made brilliant records as Instructors everyone a specialist In her department Muslo department exceptionally strong School apparatus and general equipment excellent tare No fussy teachers Frequent Illustrated lecture free the principal on Ills recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Europe Do and bealthCullocatlon only one serious case of ilckness In 12 yearn rices nQ higher than other firstclass schools nor than many Inferior ones Send for catalogue State College of KGntuckYlThe Agricultural and Mechanical Stale f otters the courses o study viz Horticulture ChemicalAgricultural Mechanical Engineering LlCctilcal Engineering OlvllIEngineering each of which extends over years aUlllends to II Pougradnato courses of study are also provided leading each to a master degree Each course of study li organised a faculty The Kcnornl faculty numbers more than thirty professors and Instructor APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent In dormitory COUNTY and if they retain ton mouths traveling The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women and a drill mid gymnasium has been for men Military tattles and science ate provided for as required by CVm Kress Oradultes from lie several courSIII of study readily lied excellent ptlst ions and liberal remuneration Thu demand Is largely oxc of the trorFall torm boclns Sontombor 1001 LKXIKQTQS Kv JJ The Racket Store t Is full with Bargains now In the line of Clothing Dry Goods Notions t Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings r I have Just returned from the East whore I have purchased tho best and cheapesti stock ever brought to Stanford I will now be able to Clothing and t Shoe Homo In the Slate Como and see for yourself and be convinced This will be one of tbo biggest 3 MONEY SAVING SALES K Fver attempted in Stanford 200 pain Nissen Slippers to close out at lOc a pair Size 18 to 300 pair Ladles Slipper size 2 I to 4 lo close out at iSd pair worth 250 TilE RACKET STORE STANFORD Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For Good Goods AT Low Prices Callon It George H Farris Co u Get Rich I Others have done no why cant you Deposittlyour money with the TilE FAYEIIE INVESTMENT Os OF LEXINGTON KY Ittiorc it will be safe and increate While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards t Farming Implements- Harness ciLive Stock of JIll KiJldsI Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c nt highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford The Brodhead pair ugus 2A Three lays larger1leTho shades to our ground are bolter Plenty of good pure ico water will bo fur nlshed free on tho ground Good band of music will ho In constant attendance Plenty of amusements to suit all tastes such as Shows Galleries Flying Dutchman Minstrels c Good order will be demanded of everyone preterit and a insured to all We would respectfully tall your attention to the fact that thoughIlwe offer an extensive and liberal list of premiums wo charge no entrance fee to lie Floral Hall For this reason wo expect to give the greatest exhibition in the of ourassoclation In fact nothing will be lnf undone to make this exhibition ail enjoyable and profitable one The Unit Jay of the fair will be Ladies flay and all ladles will be admitted free We hope to see all our friends and citizens of tie and adjoining counties in good attendance all three of the days and this ourArSixth Annual Fair will bo one the people of Itockcutlo county will be proud of J Thos Cherry Pres J T Tate Sec FAIsb P14jDgf PARLORiThe people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest i Imported Wall Paper fE- vershown In this section from the cheapest to the most expensive made Wo have in our employ Expert paler Hangers who will personally attend each job at the PaintsOdleIL L GIBBONS Danville s f r