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IMJti JIII c Mt r 71 i i J 1JI K r r4J I t yRfrSEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 11 r r VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 319029 A1t1 NO 27 Why cant we come over to house and pIAyaDYIDOfCBecame gets to mad when we make a little bit of twite What makes him that wayMamma says Ua dys pepsia makes him act BO Thatri about the boyTheidea of his own unrea sonableness or harsh tied Little things arc magnified and seem to augerTheres happlnNIIfor use of Doctor Pierce Golden Medical DUcov i cry It turn diseases or the atom digestionihealth and enabling the digestion and assimila foodl me some of Or dewsnirovtryfor ndlaelioo t M College Derision CD I MC UITC had no b4 ll IDCt lI comme ncrJ Uklnr your matfdoela- i I fact lure sot felt like tkr Mme ma fat J took Ike Golden Medkl tlcon ttr I wail not eat injrtnlair without aw I CUoptDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets I cleanse and regulate the bowels e 1 it 1IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES There are 2767 white and 1557 color ed children of the school ago In Doyle Horace Grates 10 subbed Ben Lan 1 cuter 0 three times over a game of I marbles at L bacon George Spencer who killed Green Lewis at Tina Knot on May 18 was y bold under 1300 bond to answer an In dlctmentIDaffy thoGeorgetown College sprint er established a new worlds record for 100 yards by coTerloc the distance In i 935 seconds John W Farmer of Ilarlao will represent the law department of Ceo tral University as speaker on commencement day Danville citizens are endeavoring to persuade the management of the L S l eN railroad to build an extension of tbo lino from Junction City to Danville Ab Early was sentenced to 12 years In this penitentiary for the murder of Kd Jones Early killed Jones over a crap game at the London fair last yearThe WillIamsburg electric light plant has been sold J y Dlakrly Hark ness to Dr A Oatllff and Proto Davless tr of Greenfield O The consideration II 14500 fADarbourvlllo dlspateh says The Kentucky Oil Cos well No I 3 oo the Hammons farm on Stinking f Creek has come In Toe depth Is feetMrs Bailey otMllchollsburg an Mrs M G Lasley of San Marshall New Mexico twin sitters celebrater their 83d birthday last Monday Dan ville News Deputy Sheriff II Z Mots of Jrsea mine shot and fatally wounded Price Jennings a Lancaster Negro who re stated arrest Moan received a pbto- wound In the band Some unknown party broke Into U G Bakers store the other night taking to two registered packages containing 15 from the postollloo and dliarranglng tilleeveral thingfarMr Baker Ml Ver GOD At the late examination of teachers there wore IDS applicants 22 of whom failed Of tbo successful ones 18 ob tamed certificates of the flretolajs 43 of the secondclaw and 20 of tho third Somerset Journal Llttlo Malcom Newcomb Lawrence Infant ton of Mr and Mrs J J Law t e rence died tail week after nine days Illness of croup and pneumonia Tin parents have the sympathy of everyone In the loss of their first boroMt Vernon Signal GolJt I Bnrbourvllle Mr Golden getting 1500 extra There are now Ore hotels there and all are doing a big business as are suIt of the largo number of oil men making Barbourvlllo headquarters i HOHTO AVOID TROUBLE Now is the time to provIde yourself and family with a bottle of Chamborlaln- Oollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemod It Is almost certain to bo needed before the summer Is over and If procured now may urn you a trip to town In tbo night or In your busiest season It Is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine In use for bowel complaints t both for children and adults No family can afford to be without it For sale by r Craig A Mocker druggists j a r I INEWS NOTES at Franklin was burned Lose 12600- Lo Carter was kicked to death by a mule at Vlnoannee Ind John G Walo a 8ofTwo Mexicans and eight Indians were killed In a tight with the Yaquls Bourbon county has accepted plans for a now courthouse to cost 8100000 Tho number of immigrants for May reached the highest point on record 83500 Tbo Kentucky quarantine order ajalnsi Indiana has been suspended for 10 day Bent Wolford fell from an L k N train near Lebanon and was severely Injured Over 100 vacant Second Lieutenants are available for enlisted men and civilians Sylvester Pcnnoycr former governor of Oregon died suddenly at Portland of heart trouble By order of the president the strength of the standing army Is reduc ed to 60000 men James A Patton successfully closed his corner In oats at Chicago clearing a million dollars George Bamby aged 62 li In jail at Smltbland for attempting to assault his 16 year old daughter Tho grand stand at the Hawthorne taco track was destroyed by Ore The estimated tae Is 1100000- Boboon the Merrlmao hero is to bo tired and receive pay from the gov ornmonl for doing nothing Mrs Bessie P Ware was acquitted at Hot Springs Ark of the charge ol killing her divorced husband O B Ryan assistant general passon gel agent of the 0 k 0 resigned lo go with the Seaboard Air Lino SharpeburlrIrhchtonod buggy and died three hours later A 0 Corre aged 01 years principal owner of the Grand Hotel and the Gib ton House Is dead In Cincinnati Capt W W Phillips of Cairo III r was found dead in a stateroom on the steamer Dick Fowler at Paducah Financial arrangements have been completed for the entrance of the Sea board Air Line Into Birmingham AlaI Mr James Beard of Petersburg this State tell with her elgblmonlhs old baby and broke the little things neck By agreement of tbo attorneys the Caleb Powers case goes over to the September term of the court of ap pealsMrs Rose Flcglnow asphyxiated her slx year old daughter and then commit ted sutoldo by taking carbolic acid in New York Isaac Orabtreo aged SO was shot an Instantly killed at Travls7ille Teen by Floyd Mathews 22 They quarreled about sown stock Miss Mary E Sheridan of Louts yule wits elected supreme treasurer of the Catholic Knights and Ladle of America at Detroit cruelt thende Two more of tho victims of the Go Had Texas cyclone died Others are expected to die and It Is believed the death list will reach 160 The Charleston Exposition closed as did the Buffalo Kxpoilllon leaf Fall tolr At the speed trials of automobiles on Staten od a machine gulag u mile a minute crashed Into a crowd killing one person and badly Injuring four Wbllo dynamiting fish near Cadiz Euphrates Cunningham was killed and Arthur Allen stunned by the explosion of seven slicks of dynamite In theIr boatIn the field trials at Berkley Oval J R DeWItt of Princeton broke all In tercollegiate records by throwing the 10pound hammer 1G4 teat and 10 Inches Louisville is the healthiest city In the United States according to the mortality report issued by Health Oil ccr Allen There were only 52 deaths last week Kentucky Elks effected a State or ganlzatlon and elected the Hon W P Klmball of Lexington president Lexington was selected as the noxi meeting place William Clark a notorious burglar who escaped from Eddyvlllo peniten tlary four years ago was captured In Kansas City and brought back by Da tectlve Maher thpo r years service of tho United States at Panama riled sudden ly of cerebral apoplexy Tbe brewery workers of Cincinnati and Newport have decided to renew Iho effort to boycott the breweries not withstanding all but about 375 of the 1200 men who wero locked out last February have returned to work I THE MENDOTAI Cor Kalorama Ave and 20thSt ILetter to MW G Welch SisterIth Marie B Edward and Georgia camo In from Florida tour days later enjoledourhealth praise the Lord To Itemize tho events since I wrote last We got out of quarantine Saturday April 20 and spent the day at Zion City as guests of our dear general overseer The weather wan very unpropitious and tbe devil did his worst to spoil our pleasure but ho struck the wrong party when ho tried lo depress tho 200 happy souls that had just issued from a 31 day imprisonment We on toyed our outing immensely despite the raging elements sot in motion by the malllCnaot prince of the power of the air We went out on a special traIn at 0 A M and returned on It at 530 r M Ills a little over an hours ride from Chicago to Zion City- I received trlunloo Immersion on Sunday 27th the first opportunity alter my bIrthday on the 22nd which was spent In quarantine I was very happy In obeying the Lord In the way he com manded his apostles though I In no wise by doing ro Ignored or repudiat ed the baptism of my Infancy for I have always held that the Lord accepts what we do with the Imperfect light we have If It be genuine as well as the more perfect obedience of later and more enlightened stages of experience So with sprinkling and ono immersion though both are unscrlptural Innova done I am glad to believe the gracious Lord receives both as genuine though Ignorant attempts to obey Him The limes of Ignorance God winks atI while still patiently going on to teach immersioning the fourth century by one Eunon bus who denied the Divinity of Christ and repudiated the hitherto unbroken practice of the church from apostolic times because he did not wish to as sociate him with the Father In equal honors Sprinkling came in at a much later date for a reason less heretical but more frivolous Yet I would hesitate to deolare our Baptist or Presbyterian trlends unbap tlzed persons because both have de parted from apostolic precept and ex ample God has taught mo especially In Lion not to call anything common or unclean that his tolerant grace has declared clean The Sunday following my Immersion May 4 I was ordained an elder In tbe Christian Catholic church in Zion In the pretence of assembled thousands In Againdof Ibo Lords bouse that I truer will bring forth good italic In the future Tuesday May Otb I spent In ZIon City I went out to the dlvlno healing mooting for my own personal wants my hearing Is defective and I was sub ject to attacks of vertigo both pf which would Impair my efficiency In service The general overseer laid hit hoods o mo tor theeo complaints and I have a good hope through grace that both aliments will vanish Certainly thene Is no man on earth through whom the Lord can work In healing power as ho oan through Dr Dowlo And the rea sue is obvious Thcro Is no man on earth so completely surrendered as Dr Dowlo as an Instrument A vOile P moet for the Masters use It is noth leg wonderful It Is scriptural logical simple God will work through any ol us if be can work unhindered That is the only secret of Dr Bowies power that Is known and road of all won who are willing to know ana read Ah there la the dltllculiy so few aro will log to know I I have taken charge of the5 llttlo cloak In Washington Tbo only place I could get was a small ball on Louisiana Ave and that only on Saturdays and Sundays I havo divine hcallnfe services on Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock and preaching on Sunday at 11 A M and 730 r M So far I have ample op portuolty not to despise the day of small thIngs Tho same malevolent opposItion to Zion confronts mo hero aa others elsewhere But you know tram scripture that the la a dlvlno authenti cation of a genuine mission I am to return with Mrs Barnes to Chicago after July let God bless you my sister Prav for mo Wife send toys Ever In Jesus yours affectionately Bno BARNES WHOOPING COUGH My little son had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened with pneumo nla but for Chamberlains Couh Rem edywe might have had a serious time of it It also saved him from several severe attacks of croupII J Strickfadon edl tor World Herald Fair Haven Wash For solo by Craig sir Hocker druggists 4 A LaPorte Ind youth killed him witIhI MISS MAUDE tILLER POPE The above cut IB only u rail likeness of the young ludy who will represent Boyle county In our contest to be given Wednesday evening Juno 18tb at Waltons Opera House Miss Pope Re quests us to state that the use of her name In connection with any other con test Is without her authority She is quite popular in Boyle county receiv ing a large vote In the Danville News coolest for the most popular young updeSAOFLEV d ALVERSOK Mgrs LIBERTY Decoration day was observed at three places in the county Salem Willow Springs and Kldda Store No casual ties reported as yet The ladles of tbe Christian church included tho church in their overhaul ing It hoe been papered painted and a new carpet put down Tbe examining trial of Charles As bery charged with the malicious shoot fag and wounding of Sam Turpln at Kldda Store was continued until Tur pin Is able to attend the trial It Is set for Saturday June 7th The tight for the republican Congrct slonal nomination In this district prom lees lo become warm before long Hon David G Colson Is billed to speak here on Saturday June 14th and be has In vited both of bit opponents to meet him In the discussion of the Issues of the day The prohibition party of the 11th Congressional district held a conven tion and nominated Judge Wm Stone of Monticello as their candidate for Congress Mr Stone Is a brother of Messrs J Boyle and George E Stone and formerly resident of Jamestown Ho wellknown and highly respected and will toll a strong vote for his par tyThe weep friends of Edgar Wllkln Ion are glad to hear of the good pros peel of his recovery Joe Jordan was at Bell S Glbooeye livery stable on Thursday buying horses Miss Birdie Stone of Monilcello la tho guest of MIss Amanda Stone Mr Fayotte Wilkinson has been visiting In town the poet week Mlsa Pearl Montgom ery la at home framHamlUon College Miss Fay Chamberlain of Birmingham Ala and Misses Haldeo Rowe and Sall remainednover vlaltlog In towQ after too W C T U convention until Wednesday E T Willis of Cavo City was here on Wednesday Mr Almon Jones of Montpelier passed through hero en route to Stanford lo see his brother Mrs Beetle Wolford of Columbia la visiting Miss Lucllo Bowman The Woman Christian Temperance Union Convention of too 11th district met hero at the Christian church on Tuesday evening 27th Walcomo ad dresses were made by Elder J Q Montgomery Hon P H Taylor Judge J D Bateau Miss Emma Beldcn and Master Herbert Warrlner to which Mrs Suo Taylor of Dunnvlllc and Mrs Frances Beauchamp of Lexing ton responded on behalf of iho vial tare Mra Sophia Stone of Monilcel 10 delivered an I address as president About 40 delegates representing every Union In too district together with about 26 visitors were present Three sessions a day were held and addresses were delivered by lodge Wm Stone State President Mrs Frances Beau champ Miss Katherine Pettlt and Eld Tobin Huffaker The Loyal Temper ance Union gave an exhibition on Wed nesday evening under file able super vision of Miss Annie Beldon A medal contest was held Mies Ella Terrall of Mlddleburg carrying off the first prize Tbo following officers wore elected for the ensuing year President Mrs Sophia Stone Monticello Vice Presi dent Miss Annie Belden Liberty Recording Secretary Mrs Cora Stone Monticello Corresponding Secretary Miss Eflle Falkenbenr Jamestown Treasurer Miss Elizabeth Phillips Liberty The next convention will beheld at Somerset Valentino Ziegler of Louisville has the record for being the youngest grandfather In the country Ho la only 34 He was married at 16 and his daughter who la now a mother was married at the same alto i l a t FitAndStyler or Two points which account fpr the popularity of Our Clothing Moderate price as compared with tailormade goods is another one If you havent seen our Spring Goods come in and give us a chance to convinceyou about the above facts IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T Ii mILLER Danville Ky NOTICE New York Stores Specials For This Week Mens fine Shirts worth 75c and f1 our price 43c all sizes Mens every day ahlrts worth 60c and 75c our price 23c Mens shoes that are worth il 50 at 03c Mens shoes worth l1illlt f126 Mens fine shoes worth 2 at 1133 Mens fine shoes worth 8225 at SI 60 Mens fine eho s worth 360 at 1250 Mens fine shoes worth 450 at 3 Mens 5 Suits Now Go For 298 Mens 750 suits for 448 f10 suits for 16 50 IJ2 suits for 750 115 nulls for 19 25 CQrBoys suits at your own price Boys pants worth 50c at 19c For bargains go to The New York Store- C ROSENSTEIN A CO Next door to Lincoln County NationnlJBank Stanford Ky The Lin olnOil Gas And Mineral Company OF STANFORD ICY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid and NonAssessable Of Fiesta J H Biughman Pres A T Nunnelley ViceFree W H Wear en Treas H Helm Secy BaughmanJThe Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Oo has about 3000 acres of land leased in Lies aulJhman ti and still another portion skirting Logans Creek One of the surest indications of the probable value of undeveloped oil lands is tbo result of efforts at development Issuedbylar arising therefrom will bs used in developing the companys holdings No officer forhisrendered valuable by reason of tbo untiring efforts of the officers and directors The stock is nonaaicssable and the projiorty of too stockholder Is not liable for Itsbookspushed i AT COST FOR CASH n DRY GOODS CLOTHING Y BOOTS SHOES HATSECAPS UNDERWEAR Y GEORGE FARRIS CO 1tiederA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odorslarising from perspiration r It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on tiny portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY i Il 1J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C WALTON i tEoP WALTON a Railroad Cotnmltjlonn for the Id District lublect to the wiU of the democricv H H HENNINGER 01 Wsjne County Ii a candidate for State Tn M rarer lublect to the action of the Democratic pirty G G GILBERT Of ShelbjTllIe ti a candidate for the democratic nomination for Congress In lb the 8th dlitrlrt aubjrct to the primary to be held Saturday dug f Court bodyboth British and Boer sympa thizers The Boers surrendered to the Brltleh at Pretoria Saturday night The terms were signed by the Boer representatives and Lords Mllner and Kitchener The news was cabled to London Sunday by Lord Kitcbenerand was received there with great ref of fog The official statement of the terms I of the surrender has been given out but W T Stead says the capitulation was not unconditional and that the Boers will receive a large Indemnity with which to build their homes The war began Oct 11 1699 It hit iBoerGreat Britain nearly 11000000000 lives of 22200 soldiers besides S wounded and invalided home King Edward Issued a proclamation i after midnight expressing his satisfac 1 tion i THE executive committee In this rail road commissioners district has taken t no action that we know of to rescind 1Its work of two weeks ago when It J very plainly its desire to shut thta incumbent Mr McCbord Such favor t item can only work to the detriment of the democratic party and if the com I mlttee doesnt do something to make amends for Its hasty and unreasonableJ work the people will and they will do i BO In no uncertain tones Mr McChord J who seems to be pulling the string o- nt his committee of three should do J mand a recall of the snap action and 1hewill do so if he knows what is goof himself OUR prohibition friends should not r grow hilarious over the passage by the House of an order forbidding the sale of liquor in the capitol building Even 1 If the Senate concurs the honorable t gentlemen wbo legislate for us will merely get drunk In the committeei rooms Instead of making public exhibi 1tlonsof themselves In the Congression i restaurants Moreover the cold tea subterfuge of 25 years ago can bo employed again The man who wants f whisky will find no difficulty In getting j t In the capitol despite all the orders d that may be framed w WHAT have we been doing that Is wrong now Y The INTERIOR JOURNAL there Is hope for us yet It jdeclares been something very bad In the INTERIOR JOURNAL hopes for us wo are In despair Louis vllle Post Your sins are too many to enumerate but the fact that you wear i a democratic garb to better serve your purpose In knifing that party Is alone enough to damn your mleerable exist l once and make you an evesore to lov ers of democracy and people generally i wbo admire decency and truth I THE House has passed a bill to stop the coinage of silver dollars and tot convert the 135000000 of silver bullion i now In the treasury vaults Into small j change Tho bill provides also that if f a sufficient supply of small change is nbt furnished by the bullion on handsome i of the dollars of the daddies I may be melted down and converted in rf to halves quarters and dimes There r are about 450000000 silver dollars stacked up Inert In the treasury and I yi subtreasury vaults The bill will hardly I become a law f t FORMER PRESIDENT CLEVELAND has r iacceptedan Invitation to speak at the of the new Tildcn Club In New l I r York City Juno 19 Invitations have t been sent to about 1500 prominent t democrats This will be the first time Mr Cleveland has addressed a political r audience since his retirement from i omen It Is sincerely hoped that Mr Cleveland will come back Into the dem- I ocratic fold and make his last years his i best bv working for the party that has I BO greatly honored him f i WHEN the poor of Paris were starv t i ing for want of bread a lady of the an cleat regime sympathetically asked t iwhythey did not cat cake Similarly f iwhIlebeef Is rising under manipulation o trust why do not people cat and Ice cream asks the t Record r jIItrawberrles POLITICAL passed the Subsidiary j i Coinage bill 1 W R Howell has wltherawn from I the race for Congress In the Second It Is the Intention of the republican leaders In the Senate to hold a caucus on the Cuban Reciprocity bill with tho hope of making It a party measure James B Frazier and J N McKenzie were nominated by the Tennessee democratic State convention respect It ively for governor and railroadcom mll loner State Senator Campbell Cantrlll may oppose South Trimble for the Dema cratic nomination for Congress In the Seventh district The address of President Roosevelt at Arlington is Interpreted to forecast that the army and flag wilt be made the campaign Issue of the republicans Champ Clark opposing a vote of thanks to Secretary Hay for his Mc Klnlcy memorial address bitterly as sailed the eulogy as a stump speech The republicans of the Fifth Con gressional district and of the Fourth appellate district rcaomlnawd H S Ir win for Congress and George DuRclle for appellate judge The Seventh District Democratic Committee ordered a primary election July 28 to nominate a candidate for Congress June 14 is tho limit for the entry of candidates The democratic members of the Phil ippine committee Insist that the levee tlpatlon now in progress shall be con tinued until complete publicity Is given affairs In the archipelago Hon L H Lawson who represents Pike county in the Lower House of the General Assembly has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomina Ion for Congress In the Troth die trict Charges have been preferred against A J Wortbam postmaster at Bender son and Inspectors have been looking Into the case The charges are mostly political and were preferred by H G earls who was an applicant for the office and was defeated by Mr Wor sham THIS AND THAT Boring for oil will soon begin in Hardln county Two men were bnrned In a fire at Elizabeth N C The profits on the Elks Charity Carnival at Louisville will be about 8000 One man was killed and three badly Injured In a freight wreck on the Illi note Central- Tbe United States Supreme Court has decided that States can make quarantine laws L d N earnings for April show an Increase of i91630aO although the ex penses Increased 818550009 A stave mill located on Red Bird near Plnevllle belonging to Asher fe King burned Sunday Lou 81500 A late treasury decision makes It un lawful for manufacturers to put coupons- In cigarette and tobacco packages call- Ing for prizes Mrs Verona Bolton aged 82 years and perhaps the oldest woman In Gar rard was found dead In bed at her home near Buckeye Judge Parker of Lexington Instruct ed the grand jury to go after the gam blare Craps roulette and faro games and poolrooms are running wide open Dr J H Rlelly and A J Elcan of Memphis are held under a charge of murder because a patient they operated on died They are accused of bungling the operation- Its Ice supply was cut off and the Great Northern Hotel at Chicago cancelled lu contract with the Beef Trust Active efforts to settle the teamsters strike by arbitration are being made W J Murphy general manager of the Q C who was stricken with pa ralysis at the Galt Rouse In Louisville and removed to his homo In Cincinnati Friday is reported to be In a serious conditionArticles of incorporation were filed at Frankfort by the Patterson Oil Com pany of Whitley county with 812000 capital stock Judge James D Black of Barbourvllle E S Moss J W Sil er B B Golden C H Keeton and Pllzer Black are toe Incorporators The Mum and His Bneesr Once upon a time a man afflicted with annual attacks of hay rover was walk Ing In the city with a friend This Is about tho time when my trouble should begin ho said A wisp of bay or the down of a peach would now start me and send ino to the mountains for relief Just then a grass widow passed him ind the man sneezed most vociferously You are Indeed sensitive said his friendsioralTbere are things that should be sneezed atNew York Herald Aa Obedient Tiger How entire remarks the London Globe Is the confidence of tho native Indian In the government may be gath ered from the following anecdote which comes from Lahore A tiger had escaped from the zoological gar dens and its keeper hoping to lure It back followed it When all other In ducements had failed he lifted up his voice and solemnly adjured It in the name of the British government to which It belonged to come back to its cage The tiger It Is needless to add obeyed at once MATRIMONIAL W E Edwards aged 24 and Miss Mamie Wilson sweet 16 were married at James Wilsons Saturday Morton B Gaines owner and pub usher of the Bowling Green Dally News and Miss Frances Gates of Jackson Tenn eloped to Nashville and were made one Georgia aged six npwhy do they have a fender on an electric car Ills Father It entbles both tho doc tor and the undertaker to get a crack at estate otherwise the undertaker would have it all his own way LANCASTER obleredlbyMiss Tommie Francis bought a of Mr Clark for 190 Rumor bas it that a wealthy widow of this vicinity Is soon towed I The 0 W B M will convene at tho Christian church Wednesday after noonThe Presbyterian Mite Society will I meet this afternoon at the home of Miss Jennie Duncan Dr H M Grant bought a of W B Burton for 875 Dr Mack ElliottIi bought a horse for 860 James Raney came to town tea had a cancer cut from his Up by Dra Kianalrd and Ray The collection ol a mountain mission contribution will be solicited June 15 at the Presbyterian church Rev L Robinson has returned from a vUlt at Wllllamstown and preached at the Methodist church Sunday Motes Miller sold what ls known as the old toll gate house on the Danville road to Thomas McMillan for 8800 Rev J L McCluog pastor of tbo Paint Lick church preached Suuday the baocalaureate sermon for the school at Ktrksvlllo J W Elmore sold his farm of 244 acres to Mrs Gregory of Madison for 115000 The farm Is well Improved and Is a fine tract of land W T West and family and Robert Embry and wife composed a picnic party to Scott Fork Friday Miss Jennie Wallace gave a literary and elocutionary entertainment at Paint Lick Friday evening Sheep buyers are traversing the county and making purchases to be de livered the first of next mooch Old sheep are bringing from 83 25 to 83 50 sheep with lambs included 84 and 5c and 6o for lambs The Pilgrimage Distillery has closed down and the cattle being fattened were shipped Saturday to Mr Stern ot Cincinnati Mrs S D Rothwell has contracted to act as proprietress of Dripping Springs this summer and will open that retort In a few days Prof J H Patterson and family ex I pect to leave Lancaster today Mr Patterson and children going to Alabama and the professor traveling for his new school at Bristol Mr and Mrs A M Kiunalrd of Mlddlesboro aro guests ot relatives here J Thomaa Cherry of Brodhead Is with James I Hamilton Miss Louise Kaatfman and brother Clay have returned from a trip to Cincinnati Mrs Susan Price 1s wltb her lOOt W C Price to Dan ville The many friends of SIrs Mar garet Gill are glad to learn of a slight Improvement In her condition Mlta Edna Ramsey has returned to her home at Monticello Senator FarrU has been at home for several days Mrs W R Cook Is at homo after a stay In Cincinnati Mist Evelyn Klndrlck has returned to Lexington Miss Elizabeth Anderson accompanied a party to Cin cinnati this week Gen Collier has been at home several days Miss Mary Thompson has been visiting her sis ter Mrs R L Jennlnguof Paint Lick J E Stormes has been on a fishing trip to the Cumberland Dr McDon ald of Danville has been with W H Klnnalrd and family Miss Marie Jo soph leaves soon for a visit to Eaton O READ IT IN HIS NEWSPAPER George Schaub a well known German citizen of New Lebanon Ohio Is a constant reader of the Dayton Volkiieltnng He knows that this paper alms to ether tise only the best in its columns and when he saw Chamberlains Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back ha did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife who for eight weeks had suffer ed with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief He asya- tfter using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me I feel as though born anew and before using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties He U very thankful and hopes that all suffer ing likewise will hear ot her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by Craig dt Hocker druggist CHURCH MATTERS Kentucky has 700 Christian church Sunday schools and 80000 teachers and pupilsRev Strother M Cook who has been a Christian missionary at Lagos West Africa will give up the work there on account ot the climate Mr Valentine Fagalcy tells us that next Sunday la childrens day at Parlor Grove church four miles from Waynes burg and that everybody Is Invited to I come and bring dinner CHOLERA MORDUS A DANGEROUS DISEASE- In many instances attacks of cholera morbus terminate fatally before medicine can bo procured or a physician summon ed The safe way is to keep at hand a reliable medicine for use in such cases For this purpose there U nothing so sure aa Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy W E Bosworth of UFayette Ala says In Juno 1900 I had a serious attack of cholera morbus and one dose of Chamberlain Colic Colera and Diarrhoea Remedy gave me relief In 15 minutes For sale by Craig t Hocker druggists Grand header Specials FOR THIS WEEK 800 Ladies street huts worth 8125 S1bOrndi 81 GO shoes new toes and styles mid S2 this week SOcthisweek SLID Ladies vest taped lisle finish 25c goods Five dozen ladies bolts worth up to COc this wccklCc this week 9c 1 Batiste girdle corset this week 48c Mens fmo suits worth 812 this week 8803 34inch White Madras for shirt waist worth Mens fine suite worth 810 this week 8050 35c this week 25o lions fine suits worth S7CO this week Special COc Loco for ladies colored and 8490 black 25cUcstCottonado pants for men this weak 50 Wash skirts Pique and Linen worth up 45c to 83 08c 8125 Jeans pants this week GOo lOc Pearl buttons this week 50 per dozen Mens 500 work shirts this week 250 BaJrDont fail to buy those bargains every Hens 50c belts this week 25c one is n money saver The Grand LeaderHays Levy Props S Be Levy Manager Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid Everr hlng first clan lortlln meet all trains 80 GOLDEN WEHLTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil Tab OREKN RIVER DEVKLOPJIKNT DO bu commenced o partition on the Dr Morris farm one mile from Rasghman sell running day and nlgkt A bill wlllli It The Baugh- itlmated well has ben by expert oil men who taw it tailed to be good for at leant IM barrel per day and of high gravity Illuminating oil Wells of tlili character are far more valuable than a Iber All of our holding cave been carefullyeelvetad and we Bond lently expeeteome idg In near fattlre- We now offer a number of shares for talent toe a bare the value Is i0- I a chars full and DODablo Ih- ltod1on t delaywhen wo got a We- Wtlt lids stock will to and prek ably withdrawn from the market wltbevt notice it share la the smelled btoek the company will Istuo Remit by certlGrd heck or postofSco order or call en oraddre Gray General Manager Crab Orchard Ky or 9 Poult seers tary and Treasurer Ulucfield W Ye CEG a e LeXInGTOn D8mO JRL r Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It U especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the new without fear or favor W Pe Walton Editor 6 Mgr Lexington Ky QUASI NO 2127 French Coach Hone Bind hook of Amer IIn ica alto In Republic Francalne na rat Natlonaux No 1263 Winner of first prize at the National Uni creel Exposition 1607 and In 1698 competing over 60 stallions Importer l y M Ttchener Co of Chicago Ir 1608 Color bay with small start black points 16H bands highs weighs In working order 1333 April 38 1B04 Bred by M Lemelend of Commune of Uubersvllle department of Lamorcbl by the govern ment Frame dam Charmantl by LeDard tecond dam by Revolution Quaff will make the pretent teaion of 1002 at my farm two and mile from Stanford on JJnatoDTlllo pike At 10 tho Season or 15 to Insure a Lie ing Colt DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Eitelln SilOV Sired by Zllcadl Golddutt 4400 by Golddutt ISO by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl an Imported Arabian Dorsey Golddutf l1am Is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a ton of Gaffs Morgan making him an In tensely Inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both aide the best family of road horse known Dortey Gold duat II a dark bay full le band high and weighs 1 800 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high road and Eastern hors es combining all the qualities for harness and saddle and are In at top prlc es Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford At 15 to Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule jack at 87 to Insure Mares kept at 50 cents per week No re oneibilty for accidents or escape The best of personal attention RiveD- FI REID Stanford Ky ANNOUNCEMENT Having a select variety III tho very latest styles of Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties c it will interest you to look nt theso goods nit findoot the prices Doing n strictly each biutneea WITHOIT iixctUTiox on able mo to sell at the very lowest figures qualities coutidwod HOlmiringof complicated watches tt specialty ful have Our watch ir clock properly repaired bring it to ino sad 1 CAN 110 IT Satisfaction guaranteed W H MUELLER About Long Lived Paints 1 If you get hold of poor paint it will be n year or two before you fluid out that your money and labor Bravo been 3 wasted Tho tardy discovery will trot lessen your OXfYllerRj tier any Make yourself secure by buying a brand you can ho sure of Mastic Mixed Paints are strictly highigrade No othor paint covers BO much surf tco nail no other withstands the weather so well Tho colors aro rich and per manout and tho cost is very low all things considered Como in and lot us have a paint talk j Pennys Drug Store LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK tCAPITAL STOCK 6OOOO f Directors J D Paxton J B Owtlev B H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers tank A Truit Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually bencllelal National Bank continuouslyWon First Ot Stanford Iyf Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This institution was originally established a the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1639 then reorganized aa the National Hank of and again reorganized as the First National hank of Starford In 1882 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 It a better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing butlnois promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Stanford Ky I Officers t B n SHANKS 4 Ireddentr t I J B OW8LEV Cashier W M nniOHT Attt Cashier i Officers J S HOOKER Prett JJ SfcROtfl fir Chr W H WEARFX Dlerrj Directors F Reid Lincoln Co II B T Harris Lincoln cIJ B Hockor Lincoln i M D Elmer Stanford B H llauchman Stanford T P 1111 Stanford I lea Robinson Hubble BranfordW 1 TRUSSES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT VERY REASON ABLE PRICES 1t Craig Hocker JIIJ STANFORD I I == a r ehr r= I r Jot t J 1jTPMl11 C- J L1J1I J II lOIiilJ1m J 1 t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky jtNE a 1002 t 1 In P1DK your preicrlptlons wo uio proportlonI not do bettor If yon paid ui double the price which is always reasonable Pon nyg Drug Store I PERSONALS Mns ANNIE MQCLARY continues 111 MRS J M COFFEY li visiting In Watne l 1 1 ERNEST WARREN la down from Mid badlesborofhero courting Sunday i11iss DAISY VANDEVEER returned from Louisville yesterday DR IV GOLDSTEIN Is at the Veranda I Hotel today ono day only MRS FIUSCILLA DKYE of Huitoa I vlllol JeSinsMrs W O tusFOSTERSaturday from State College Miss LIZZIE DAVISON Is back from I a visit to friends In Loulnrlllc Miss FKEDA MEIER of Danville vii ited her parents lo this county MARK HARDIN Is spending the wee with his aged lather lo Wayne R L DAVISON has been doing IDRdental work at Drodhead MESSBR has a very tore band 11SILAS by sticking a nail In It DOLLin McRoiiBRTS Is back to Louisville friends t WILKINSON returned to h I 1home at Now Decatur Ala yesterday MISSES MATTIRAND JANE WALKKR of Oarrard wore guests or Mrs J O Hays liON JAMHS N SAUNDHRB was In Russell county on legal business Is 1weekt y A IRUTTY fair picture ol Prof M O Winfrey appeared In Sundays Courier Journal DotiN to the wife of William Mo Ouffoy a 15pouixl son Thomas Rico MtQuffey WELCH ROCIIKSTBR is learning t banking builnais In the Lincoln Coun ty FMnlore with hit brother Rev R R Noel vesterdav Missus BVA CALIHVBLL and Nona Singleton of Waynotburg were callers at this offloe yesterday IALinEt PKNOR went to Lexington this morning to take a position with the Street Railway Co ALL01tOfjIn the old fiddlers contest at Ml Vernon H F Green got first money I MR MONTBLLE GAUSS of the American Typo founders Co was here yesterday selling this office lots of new typCII JUDGE W R CARSON of Stanford Is visiting his daughter Mrs S Stagg near Donerall Lexington DI ocrat MR W T MOORE a valued Casey friend was up to see Ed W Ilk 3tloson who will soon be out alter a long sod severe spellbMRS W i f and Mrs Robert Chappell of Lebanon Junction are with their parents on- t the Crab Orchard pike 4 PRIce HAYS was bitten on one of kilo TbeIithim no little trouble R 0 WILLIAMS of Coving ton and mother Mrs D N Williams j of Mt Vernon were guests of Mr and 1 Mrs M C Williams 1 Mn JOHN D RIFFS has moved hit t family from Lancaster to a reside on Logan Avenue Wo aro glad have them cast their lot with us MRS J M DUNCAN and little Toledo 0 Is visiting her parent and Mrs Joseph Ballou Mice Stella I Ballou who was visiting her sister rreturned with her Miss ALICE DAYTON of M KLO once the roost facile and faithful porter on the Journal is spending il eral weeks at the pleasant homo of Mr Iiaod Mrs I B Powell Somerset 4MESDALIES C F TATE and T A I Rico will entertain the Fancy Work r and Reading Club at the residence of1 the latter Friday afternoon from 230 to FridayIthis LOCALS I HAVE a kiln of brick ready for- at HuBtonvllle W C Greening HUB tonvllle KT 2i WITH a fair at Hustonvllle and a fair at Crab Orchard Stanford will hardly need ono tbls year GEORQE HOLMES mill at Crab ard will grind on Fridays Instead of Saturdays as formerly Miss SACRAY the photographer back from Lancaster ready and willing to wait on her customers hero TUB strawberry supper given bv the McKlnney Maccabees was largely atj tended and about 1 10 wee realized AGENCY genuine Whitman saddles J O McClary WE have a lot of I hamthat wo will toll at 30 to 65o per 100 Apply at once J U Baugbman sir Co WE have Just opened some nice things In black dress geode loco Eta mines voiles Sc JPJones Cows got Into Mr Cicero Reynolds excellent garden the other night and as- a result that gentleman will have to do without beans and roasting cars until about September SRIYELLhireEzra Sblvoll died at Brodbead Sunday of consumption and burled yesterday afternoon A hut nd but no children survive the good Mrs Shlvell was a daughter John Flynn TilE Stanford Oil Gas k Developing has abandoned lie well No1 onRalnasW CiFranktonvlllo pike A depth of 800 feet was reached In No1- I HURT HY A DULLA Goo Woods colored was taking Mr F Reids tine rsey bull to Danville the other day animal became unruly and In tbo sle that followed one of Woods arms was broken Dr H Reid attended hImI PET SNAICETbecutestkind of a little snake If snakes can be called Mcflobcrtsk haved so well that It made a friend out of the proprietor who has decided to tamo It and mako a poi of It TilE docket of the Juno term of cir oult court which begins Monday con tains 74 Commonwealth cases 17 ordi Inary 0 ordinary appearances 12 equity appearances and 72 old equity cases oaellliramIOrantlor killing Charley Likens and Alfred Bright for killing Sam Blake more 11Mtt ALKRBD A BIGGINS will chairman of the elocutionary contest given by Managers Saudey Alvere at Walton Opera Uouso Juno 1St and the following younggentlemeo wi narryI FosterIM Warren Wearen Hughes G o- lorence D S F aRid B J Plnkorton has preaItlent Mattle Paxton will again bo assistant to the president while Miss Ellen Ba lou wilt continuo to look after tbo mu slo pupils about to cc has been epla0a IJfloea In every can except In a fiodtichlrwayput the pros altterlolrIof the 1rtchildren and will return them to tbo college while a considerable number of sax pupils hays already been pledged nr 3 fc boutrDa2mpOIorelJWades yard In Mackivllle A J3S iemhot onco the head and twice In the breast Either of I wooed would bavo proven fatal About 30 minutes later Marshal Jones arrest him In the St Asaph Hotel where e was quietly sitting around with bis Jallbohim so by following him around that be was compelled to get her out ol thd muTherdcr not pay the penalty wo will bo very greatly sur prised The couple had not lived agree ably for some time and the wife had bUbaodIwife attended a supper at the colored school hoIhimt0a her but she re houEldrJerry Wade returned from the supper attar Dawson and wife did and saw thorn standing In her fathers yard talking They w rtoaobutehecoTC old Someenv 16 fatal shots OsOUrspent Sunday and yesterday laying around In jail smok ing cigarettes Ho is said to have re belogbUDI lreLblyears old and has worked for the ho loodIany pre vious trouble that wo know of Coroner Skldmores Jury composed of George B Cooper J W Hocker A P Brackott O P Huffman EG Wal ton and J H Boone rendered the fol thatOrch the b bybIJlnjtDawsonr Yesterday has secured no attorney yet Tho col onDawaonshould bo hung 60000 SWEET POTATO plants for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen sad Ber muda 15c W S Vlghara More land 4t WATCH CHARM LOST Between my potomceSultablo Hustonvllle TAXES The xbooks aro now ready and you are requested to come lo and settle without delay M S Baugbman sheriff + PIANOS used Wednesday night byMonteneJrroRlehm Humes their Danville repreicntatlve will be present at the recital an COMvLETEetockgeneralrnerchandleod ted for sale Want to change bust HOBS Will sell at bargain it taken a ce Rankle d Downs Junction ty Ky 4t WON A WATLtI4 the Danville News popularity contest Miss Eva Grant of Danville won tbo handsome gold watch offered and Miss Louise Hutchlngs also of Little Britain the byPhotograpborBaugbman Kathcrlne Alcorn and De lia Coffey all of the West End of Lin coIn received votes by the thousands Pu OCCCAASIOVMies Lucille Cooper very delightfully entertained younlladlener homo Friday evening The gore uofascmblod about 816 and from time until the wee ems hours Jo reigned supreme An hour or more was consumed In the contest for first honor In tbo game of Courtship In Flow ore After cnooilng partners by lot the contest begun In earnest Some of the questions asked were perplexing and required both time and thought Miss Sotle Alcorn was the first to win and was the recipient of a heads me Joseb0e probleml serveb CIIgames con vorelnePgoobyde sale Saturday and household and kitch en furniture sold well J F Edmlston who has been in the census department at Washington will travel for the Con tinental Insurance Co The Crab Orchard band made music at tbe decoration exercises at Berea Friday It will 1plan for the college commencement trotd0ho was Miss Grace Tudor has a daughter Roscoe C Perkins who gotrotl be proapectsMret gardenmaking this little enclosure pleasing the eye Guests are already arri7l g at tbe Springs which are now In tbo pink of condition Manager Willis upbutbefog thatboliaithe prettiest cleanest KeotuckyMrtown Ind slightly improved to health General regret Is expreled thu moval of Mr and Mrs Morns J H ris to Louisville I ANNUAL CONCERT The followi Is the program of the annual concert of Stanford Female College to be given at WtHtons House tomorrow YeJnesday evening under the management of Miss Ellen Ballou Chorus Springtime PianoComing of Spring Oestcn 1Sue Taylor Engleman Mary Hlg hogins Chloe Baugtaman Katie HeBastin Sadlo Stagg Mary Pen nlngton Katto Newland Bosslo 11cClaryon Annie RlleyAnniePlano=Hebrides Mendelssohn sroStalls Hill Virginia Warren An MaryMcTIoberts ReadingConvict JooStebMiss Lydia Overall Plano March Trlumphale Katie Newland Bessie Ynntls Mattie McClary Katherine lint PencoKalleI Kato Pence- Recitation When Maltnda Sings toleKate Bastin Piano Military S1nrnhSchu Geo Menefee Marie Mahony EnglemanLerisa Rending Telephone Romance Phelps Miss Lydia Overall Piano Invitation to the Danco Weber farMary Higgins Mary MaRoborts Katie Waters Katie Mershon Virginia Bourne Arethusa Mc Mister FantlDrill Hoop DrIU- PatomlmoWrcck of tho Pocahontas Virginia Warren Mary MoRo b arts Mary Higgins Suo Taylor Engloman ELBOW silk lace mite and white gloves Just received J P Jores kidi ESTES sit SHARP will give a big plc nla near Mlddieburg on Saturday June U i A STROKO now of gee was struck In Uaughman Well No 3 at 340 feet Tbe Indications for oil are fine ofStanfordUaecaHaueoOIL WITCH 1rJ C Hays o Woodford who says be can locate oil sapstherelion HUSTONVILLE FAlRA meeting of tbe stockholders of the Hustonvllle andtwas president and 31jaoddates for holding the next Fair CALDWELL David Cald foil aged 10 and son of Mr H H Caldwell died near Waynesburg Saturday of typhoid SprlnlrBCometery Smith Sunday Mr Caldwell was a fine young man and bis death la the source of much regret PROF M O WINFREY has our KeotuckyEducational Lexington June 2420 The program Is a most comprehensive one and some the beat educators in the State will downy ties THE elocutionary contest to be given at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening June 18th will excel anything of the kind ever given in Stanford In tbo past nine years This Is our first casual coolest and we propose to leave nothing undone to make It a success sparing neither time not means to do so Reserved seats are go Ing rapidly the management receiving ondsale at MoRobcrts drug store Tills Baccalaureate sermon at tbo resbyterian church Sunday morning by President B J PInkerton of Stan ford Female College Is considered one of the most able and scholarly efforts over hedrd io Stanford The churchi was filled to overflowing and tbe atten lion given Mr PInkerton was excellent The choir singing was a feature of the services and Miss Nell Warrens beau tiful solo was a treat The graduates were all dressed In their beet bib and tucker and they made a lovely and happy group I I Tile Crab Orchard Fair A Racing ItsiIt very last because of the fact that there Is not a hill In It to speak of beginre premiums and pun es aro being arranged for the exhibi 10lion and before many weeks the cata logue of the first annual fair will be In IIaeforpthe success of the enterprise while the thoseypower Everybody Is pulling for the fair arBinder For Sale Latest improved Buckeye Dlnder for sale onlyCntabout100acteeyng Klddt 9torep Farm For Sale A desirable farm of tao acres at Valley trom8pringOeldtile Springfield branch of tbo L k N rail tnhighfollystopspasengell and freight We Invite parties desiring to purchase to Inspect the property OrundvVatloy TIMBER LflND FOR SOLE In order to settle the partnership business Mrysell 2700 acres of timberland In Adlr coun x000nenut Chestnut and Hickory timber Tbls tract of land Is close to the famous oil fields of Wayne teensy and Is exceedingly well adapted for agrIcultural purposes All of blrgalntorlomeJ O COULTER Mlddreburg Ky OscarDonta Come and see listsour handsome line of FASHIONABLE MILLINERY in the Postofiice Building on Main street MrssGarland Singleton r I I r OUR FLANNEL SUITS will dress you nicely and keep you comfortable through the heated season Come in and see the styles we have in stock I Cummins a McClary I UptoDate 9 Is what they all say about our i Mens Sboes this season Patent calf regular top extended soles S250 Patent colt regular top extended soles 300 Patent Ideal Kid the finest quality made two different styles at 5600 Low rut halfshoes in patent leather 250 in patent colt 5300 patent kid 8350 i Tho above aro the VEKY SWELLEST things of the seaf4n DUel the latest shapes Please call and see them in our show windows and cases H JMeRoberts OUR CORSET STOCK is very complete with the new shapes for Spring 1902- SUMMER CORSETS BATISTE CORSETS NEW LONG HIP CORSETS AMERICAN LADY CORSETS the most popular Corset for those who want perfect fitting costumes Severance Sons New Store XXth Century No FreezerItity oi 1 WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC1J JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 11 O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS We Sell Them They do their work well make no dust and will outlast many brooms Let us sell you one You will be better satisfied to look through our stock before buying Call in any time Withers Furniture Co r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mntered n the Pert gfCe at Stanford at Montielati matter talaltethalTtawrSet9reaaQSritSwpr- I AT- 1 PERYEAR CASH fo W When not sopsld 3OO will b ehircd 8 PRICE J tAgorgeoaDentist I Stanford Ky OfflotOTff HcRoborUDrar Store to tbt Owilcj I Building R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Higfiina A McKlnneyi Storv I 1Oftlceovcr Telephone No 48 NEW LIVERY STABLE- So W Jt7UE a 9J1T1rora JUNCTION CITV KY TintClass TurnoutstReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men j and nay For Sale I MONUMENTSiPtmEZINO rWhite Bronze Is to atone In the monument business what the Improved drophrad sew lngmachlno U to tho old method or the car U to the old stage coach It 4bthe advanced thought ot the age It Is and will perpetuate tho re cord and of pour ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted silver apo Floato hold your order until you can Investigate It J ClMcWIwrfer Agt OltMl OUOIIAUD KY J+ C+ JYJC f Y TODERTAKSREHBAOXER And Dealearln HARNESS DDLEI1tTo- Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN tie Specialist ot Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford 1UESUT Ml 31 he Say Now Ss the tame Dont neglect your best Meed eyes examined and classes scientifically adjusted Dont neg Itct your cll4ron eyes Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m i + w sweetbase harness treated with Eureka liarness Oil It reo II er dampkeep soft and pit able Stitches not break rough IUr IIdo to char cut The l bonne net keepslooking I new but wears twice aI IoDg by lbe- otEarekame Names Vii Soldg Standard 01- 1Company 4 tMIar BROWN n BROWN Attorneys atLaw Office in Masonic Dldi SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice in all tho State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer of ERIOKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices BEAZLEY HAYS Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DHL IS IK Furniture MatUngSRng They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK1 Eagle BirdThe mighty son of the great lUna Eagle as a show stallion has but rew equalsIle won the 100 take at Lexlng ton Ky some ot the creates horses that Kentucky has ever produced Eagle Bird as a sire of good colored coltfinished horses Is not surpassed Ills are In demand and are for big prices either for business or breeding purposes Will make the present season at tbe stable of his owners Z west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 10 to Insure a Living Golt Parting with the mare forfeits the Insurance Also at the same place we will stand the tine mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM at 83 to Insure No better mule Jack will bo offered for public service than this one For further particulars address E P Woods 8 Sons STANFORD KY DIGNITY DARE I DESCRIPTION Foalod 1805 hands 3i in high weighs in good flesh 120 pounds mahogany bay with black points a model In form with that won dorful st le characteristic of the Chos tor Dare family BO universally no knowledge as superior to all As a show horse he has made a good record winning in his class and sweepstake many blue ties In his 3yearold form wore 13 blue ties out of 14 shows thro Central Kentucky In harness ho Is very stylish well gaited with pure do tided and steps a clip few sad dle horses can show making him a harness horse of the highest typo Un dor saddle he is attractlvo bold with host of line action speedy separntin- ghi gatetierfectlytvtth knee action necessary an sire Ills colts though young are coming tothe front and fast ranking him one of tho best of breeders which class bring sensational prices coUsaro large rangy with long wollsot nook fino jacks broad fiat hone with groat tic lon and best of colors 1 respectfully Invite you to call and inspect thbm before booking your mares PEDianEE Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S H R he by Black Squirrel CS he by Black Eagle 74ho by William 07 he by Washing ton Denmark M he Gaines Denmark 01 he by race horse Denmark F S he by imported Hodgeford 1st lam Lizzie by Weluhmont No 0307 A S H IL he b William Welch341 he by Kvi1l Ua Hnrnhlfltnnlnn 10 21- dnm by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills Vermont 4th dumThorough ord Welchmonts 1st dum Paulino by Ahnont Forest 2803 Will make the season 1002 at Lawn Here Stock Farm 2i miles West ot lustonvlUe Ky onBradfordsrillo lustonvllle plko near Carpenters Station at 92O to Insure a Living Colt A small reduction on a olnb of 5 or more mares Marts traded or mrted with forfeits insurance undmon ey becomos duo at time of such trans notion Loin retained upon all colts till season money is paid Mares from n distance grazed S2 month Grained if desired at reasonable rates All bll s must be before removal of tiaras Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not be for accidents or escapes C C CARPENTER PIon I n Restdsnc Huitomlll Exchange MIDDLEBURG E 0 Wesley of Powers will movo Into the house with Dr Perry Welley on Lymo St Tho Middloburg and Crawfish bale ball teams crossed bate at Crawfish Sat urday and the game had to be called on account of rain only two Innings hav log been played The score stood 2 and o One of Prof Davis students mado the best grade In the examination at Liberty last week It was Everett Stroud There SO examined and 14 6r8 class certificates were issued Ten of thorn wore students of Middleburg Normal College which speaks for 1Jelf Those getting first class wore Misses Maud James Ethel Depp Dora Cox Lucy Coffey Mollie Thomas and WIl lie Foglo Messrs Ernest Stroud W C Bryant J D Depp and A D Wet ley There were eight failures and OD ly one from Prof Davis excellent schoolMatt Horton and family of Frankfort are visiting Mr J W McWht tcr West Hogue of Somerset who has been visiting his parents bas returned Miss Annie Godboy who bae been visiting at Bethel Ridge has returned Rev L R Godbey Is very sick but wo bopo that ho will be on tlrely well by tho time we receive tbll la print Rev J B Fcrrell Is vlslUD in Bardstown Mrs J T Wesley Is on the sick list DrJT Wesley was In Stanford Wednesday Carter Bro traveling photographers have moved their car from this place to Kldc Store Mrs Sberrell Stapp of HarL well Is visiting her father Mr W P Keoney LANDSTOCKCROPSBTC W B McKinney sold to D N Pro Itt a sow and pigs for 122 60 J R Magowan of Mt Sterling collie pacing etaillon Cotillion for 11017 W B Burton of Lancaster sold to Intern buyer three geldings for Oi John H Meier ot Danville bough or A W Carpenter a bunch of heifer lat4cI nice yearling cattle strict good ones for sale S M Owens McKinney KyCWAaTEDTo rent grass by th month or year for cattle Address W B Burke Danville 2t- R G Evans has sold a weanling colt by Ceclllan Chief to an Illinois part for 200Advocate- J R Beaxley tho liveryman had mother good horse to die Friday It had just been driven to Danville Capt B F Powell sold to Black- lke Shelby three good jennets for a- nice sum Mr Shelby took them to Oklahoma S B Ramsey bought 21 fat vearlln ittle of David Bysloger at Sic and five fat sheep of Sam Hyslnger a21cMt- Veraon Colonel The year ending June 30 1002 will surpas all eara in the number of immigrants arriving in the United States It Is said that the total will tx more than 600000 while the highest previous record was 692000 This show Ing upsets tho theory that the high mark of Immigration passed with the general occupation of all rections of the United St1tes by native and foreign settlers It 15 true that a great deal of public land In detached sections still remains for filiation but there are no longer vast mains such as in former times appeal od to the agricultural immigrants The greateat numbers still comes from Soutb- ern Italy and from Austro Hungary As an illustration of the advantages derlvcd from business combination it Is- elaled that last week the clearances of a Ne York bank amounting to f1823034 In ono day were settled by the payment of 10 cents lo cash This is said to be the smallest credit balance recorded in tbe New York clearing house in 20 vears- The transaction is of more than common intercst If there were no clearing house the hanks messenger might have had to- visit two or three hundred similar intti tUtiODS while the account remained un- lettled for two or tbree days As it was- two hours after the bank closed its agent cleared the books for the day by the transfer of a dime The Fairs Tbe fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Richmond third week In July Jrab Orchard fourth week In July ieorgctown fourth week in July lustonville fIlth week in July anvllle first week in August exlogton second week In August Mavsv11lo aDd Lawrenceburg third week in August tardatown and Glasgow first week In September Illzabclhtown and Bowling Green Iccond week In September otcratato Fair Louisville fourth week In September CONSTIPATED BOWELS To have good health the body should be kept in a laxative condition and tbe- bowel moved at least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled dai ly Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main St Wichita Kas writes I have used Herblne to regulate the liver and bowels for the 10 years and found it a re PrugjIleI e= w e 1902 A Year of Disasters Tho prophets who predicted that 1002 would be a year of disasters were correct They havo been In the habit or uttering these prophecies year ofter year without result but this year thoy have been verified though but I1vo months have passed If one only prophesies patiently and pcralstentl ho will assuredly be right as the almanao In the country In which bad the legend About this time expect rain Nature has not been so busy with her force or devastation for mapy years past as aho has been during the first five month of the present year Volcanlo eruptioDs and earthquakes have destroyed JSJ O lives storms 701 tornadoes 410 ey clones 220 floods 333 avalanches 228 tidal waves 103 snow elides 39 and t va tor spouts 12 a total ot 50505 lives destroyed by natures elemental dhtur binces If to this total were added tbo live lost by agencies over which man bas more or less control such as firea mine disasters explosions railroad ac cldoots and vessel wrecks It would be Increased to over 00000 and this takel no account ot Individual live lost In this country which would bring tbo grand total up to about 100000 1Ivelolt In the abort period of five months In the presence ot these great natural convulsions man Is powerless and probably always will be As to tb disasters occasioned by human Igno ranco or carelessness or neglect the do pair of the situation Is that the catas tropho of today is a sensation for th day and tomorrow la generally fang ten It has Its lesson but It Is not or too read Even It read It le rarelJ heeded Chicago Tribune Of what does A bad taste your moutb remind you It indicates that your atom ach Is in bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing so good for lucb a disorder as Cbtmbtrlaln Stomach and Liver Tablets after having once used them They cleanse and invigorate tbe stomach and regulate the bowel For sale at 25c per box by Craig h Hocker druggists y HoI lave Jones a bit of advice 1 told him that before bo married hll del he should look her mother oer She Well what happened HeJones married the mother For blllousnce use ChamberlalnSlom tch A Liver Tablets They cleanse tho tomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting a quick and permanent cure For sale by Craig A Hooker druggists LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route Noble Mystic Shrine Baa Francisco Qa JuDe 1011 Knights of 1Tthlas San Franetso Cat lug tll Finest train service In the world Low rate ticket good on all limited tralnl tor the above occasions He sure your tickets 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