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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dlIVOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE G19029 A1ft NO 28p rlI A WOMANS RISK As a trapeze performer le greater than a mans uiust a uians courage and a mans tuuicle to succeed But she must also work under conditions of Ii which a man knows nothing Many 6 an accident to women acrobats rust be attributed to the mItten weak ii cis to k which all- women are subject tale at ccr LtP Dr Pierce Favorite Pre heals womanlydl cause weakness It estab regularIty M wealcenlngdrain inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes Weakwomen strong and sick worsen well t 0 With IHeare I write today In prilae of Dr IHtrcciod hU roeJldn i uys fro Nary Coo WI jr of Applrton Lawrence Co D oWAI- j myIwould bat la alt up and then I would bare twh pates from mywalal down I could namely also up Mr fret would fret aluoil like aoes UkJnc Dr Pine Favorite Prescription I can e well all nlaht Could k hardly drag around before I took your medl die and now can do ray houwwork help upraaff1 Weak and tick women ate invited to consult Dr Pierce b letter jrvt AU- f is hem as 4and sacredly confidential Address Dr Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser containing more than a thou sand large pages U sent fire on of stamps to pay expense of mailing Off 31 onecent stamps for the clothbound volume or only at for the book in paper covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V j WAYNESBURG The Maccabees have their ball com I pie ted sad they aro now ready to hold the meetings of that Order In their mlrolnce1t bulldlnll Clark Reynolds Is very lit at hit homo of a complication of troubles His physician fears that he ls In a hopeless condition A little daughter of H H Caldwell Is very lit of typhoid fever at L01 her home r Waynctburg defeated Wallstown In a game of base ball hero Friday ova nine Den Phelps of Michigan is pitcher for the homo team Our boys have not bad much practice but if thou still keep Improving they will be among the best Bro T M Smith tilled his appoint moot at tho Baptist church hero Saturday and Sunday morning In the after noon he preached the funeral of one of our very worthy young menDavId CaMwell who died of typhoid foyer 1Ills parent have the sympathy of the entlro community Mrs M J Hubble of Somerset Is with the family of E B Caldwell Jr 1 MiddleburgMweeks with Miss Eva Caldwell hat roe r turned to her home much to tho regret of some of our young men Mrs Alice Goihorn has joined her husband In Cia olnnall Mrs Hunt nod too of Somer set are visiting her brother Qardln Olauoob at this place E B Caldwoll Jr attended tho Sunday School cone ventlon end alto went on a big fishing trip down on the Cumberland last J week Mrs Kd Hhmo of ClnolnDtttl U with Mrs D W Caldwell this week Last Friday while returning from the t ball game the team which Olio Cald well was driving attempted to run away All efforts were made to stop I them and they wero finally stopped painfullyIre I celved several ugly gashes on the face and about the head and was otherwise Injured The Fairs Tbo fair secretaries BMOclatlon has announced the following dates Richmond third week In July I Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown fourth week In July Hustonvlllc fifth week In July t Danville first week In Augustr Lexington second week In August Mavsvlllcand Lawrencoburg third week In August Bardstown and Glasgow first week J In September GreenkFair Louisville fourth 4Interstate L HOT WEATHER WEAKNKS 11 you feel fagged out listless and lack- Ing in energy you are perhaps suflerlng from the debilitating effects of summer t weather These symptoms Indicao that a tonic is needed that will create healthy appotito make digestion perfect regulate the bowels and Impart natural activity to the liver This Herbine will do It is a tonic laxative and restorative II J Freegard propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Kan writer I have used Her bind for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can beat it It was recommended U r to me by Dr Newton Newton Kas 60o f at Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTESI The Morgan combine has offered 86tV fleetI In at G I Life Jones wboio father Is said to reside In Majrtvillc was found dead In tho roar of a saloon at Morrow O Sheriff OBrien has summoned for jury service In New York men whose wealth aggregates over a billion dot lore i Patrick Sweenoy aged 71 years out of work and attacked by blindness com mitted suicide with arsenic near Louis vllloTho decrease In the public debt for May was 1010403 Tbo cash balance In tho treasury at the close of business May 31 was 345350220 Ed Koppel a saloon keeper In Jeffer ion county committed suicide making certain work by taking carbolic acid and then shooting himself The Oregon express on the Southern Pacific was wrecked near Redding Col killing engineer and fireman and Injuring several passengers At Chicago Mrs John Kajar has had her husband arrested charging that ho pawned her false teeth while she was asleep to get money for drink Edward Oyler of Louisville was shot five times by Stetson Oyler tols 15year old son who acted in defense of his mother Tho wounds are serious The American Congress on Tubercu lost at Its closing session In Now York adopted a resolution favoring the es tablishment of government hospitals for Indigent consumptives Dr John Henry Barrows president of Oberlin O College U dead He was the organizer of the Worlds Parlla ment of Religion which was hold dur lag the Worlds Fair at Chicago Dr Ap Morgan Vance the Louis vlllo physician who attended Gov Wm Goebel during his last Illness and who sued the estate for 500 for his services has accepted 1250 in settlement of his claimA of Mexican soldiers was ambushed by Vaqul Indians east of Hermoilllo and 39 of tbo Mexicans were killed Fifty of the Indians wore killed but the soldiers were forced to retreat White strikers of the American Steel and Foundry Company at Gran ite City Ill fought with nonunion Negro strike breakers and five men three white were shot two of the lat fatallyHon J Russell Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives was found dead at Oxford Miss whore thu night before bo had delivered tho annual oration at the University of Mississippi The hardwood lumber manufacturers of tbo United States met In Louisville and formed a national organization They decided to raise tbo prlco on hardwood lumber aod to separate them solves from the wholesale dealers for the reason that their Interests are not IdenticalThrough tbo lollueuce of Don Baker P Leo no Intoxicating liquor will bo served at tbo Hike Fair at Lexington this year Tbo women of the Glean ore Society of Christ Church Cathe dral will servo a lunch to tako tbo place of tbo usual burgoo and beer All gambling tame havo been barred- A J Balfour First Lord of tho Treasury in the House of Commons r officially announced the terms of peace In South Africa The Burghers agree aliimuotlooEdward as their supremo sovereign Among the remaining terms It Is pro vided that all Burghers on declaring their acceptance of the position of sub Jtcts to King Edward will bo brought back to their homes aa soon oa moans of transportation can be provided and means of subsistence assured No spe cial tax will bo Imposed on landed prop erty In tho Transvaal or Orange River colony to defray the expenses of the war and Great Britain wilt give the Burghers 3000000 for the restocking of farms A SPLENDID REMEDY Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumbago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of Ballards Snow Liniment It penetrates to tho nerves and bone and being absorbed Into the blood lIe heating properties are conveyed to every part o the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore agent Illinois Central Railway Milan Tonn IItalesIII have used Mallards Snow Liniment for rheu matlsm backache etc in my family It- is a splendid remedy We would not without it 25o00cand81 at Pennys Drug Store A tending to reduce excessive meat eating tho high price of boot will ac cording to medical authorities have a publie Sulzbergor and their associates will therefore kindly step forward and bo jtreatJ FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE The Lancaster Record makes this complimentary mention of our distin guished townsman Although our clrcult judgcs are not to bo elected until next year there has arisen already In this district some speculation as to who may be tbo can didates for that Important ofllca Tbo names of several eminent and popular lawyers are being mentioned In that connection though no one as yet has been formally announced We presume though wo do cot certainly know that tho present Incumbent Judge M C Saufley will seek a reelection This paper essaying to bo nonpartisan In all respects U doubly nonpartisan when It comes to the selection of a Judge Without the slightest wish or thought oven to disparage the claims of any other actual or probable aeplr ant tie declare our preference for Judge Saufley for tbo reason that wo believe the Interests of our people will be best subserved by retaining him In this ofllca Tho Importance to every one republican or democrat saint or sinner white or black of a firms just aod Impartial administration of the law roes without saying Judge Sauf ley has given us just such an adminis tratlon Ho has been tried and found not wanting Wo do not mean that Judge Saufley alone In this district possesses the necessary qualifications There were bravo men before Aga memnon and will be after him to the end of time There are trained and learned lawyers many of them at our bar and gentlemen of high character ai well But a brilliant and successful lawyer does not always or necessarily make a good judge One who has for a long period trained all his faculties and exerted all his energies to lobe make fog of one side of the scales outbal once the other cannot so readily or so easily catch the knack of holding these scales with steadiness and Impartiality It takes time and no short time either to unlearn thoroughly the mental hab it of the lawyer aod to acquire the cad ically different mode of thought and temperament of the judge Nor do we mean to assert that Judge Saufley Is Infallible and has made no mistakes on the bench In the neces sary haste of circuit court adjudlca does mistakes of judgment mistakes as to the law can not always be avoid ed Ho has doubtless made his share but It Is safe to say they have not been errors of the venal or unworthy sort In line Judge Saufley Indisputably has professional learning be has train ed and acute Intellect be has superb courage and honesty and bo has by a long experience acquired the true ju dicial temperament the almost uncon scious habit of looking at both sides of ovary question Instead of at one only Ho Is besldespalnstaklng and diligent and Is In the golden prime of matured manhood Having In him an excellent and satisfactory judge wo can but think It would be unwise to take any risk of faring worse In going further We believe we but voice tbo sentiment of our thoughtful and conservative cit Irons of all clauses and Indeed of all parties In saying that the services of such an oQlclal should not be dispensed with lightly and without reason and In expressing tho hopo that Judge Sautley will be retained for another term at least If such bo his ambition In the high oaten which ho now holds with so much credit to himself and to much satisfaction to the people Washington dispatcher tar there is great uncertainty alto tho fate of the canal bill A strong majority of the sonata favors tho adoption of tho Nica raguan route Tho minority against any canal at all is however an extremely strong one It is made up of both Re publican and Democrats some ofwhom are honestly In doubt as to the proper route to bo adopted by the canal while others arc influenced quite as certainly by the transcontinental railroad interests which are advene to the building of any cana 1 at all It therefore looks as if this minority which is strong and bellig erent would easily be able to prevent a vote at the present time and sentiment Is general in the senate that no canal bill will be passed in favor of the Hepburn measure p TAX ON BABIES Extreme hot weather Is a great tax up fon the digestive powers of babies when puny and feeble they should bo given a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge tho childrens tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the digestion of their food so healthyII He U often at her teat yet she treats him with disdain This lovely little smiling human rose He Is often at Lay feet and the reason plainHo and he treats her little toga Nearly 30000 yards of sausage wero bockIseason nich this spring It made 192500 sau sages MISS M KAY SALLEE The above Is a true likeness of the tilented young lady who will represent Harrodibur In the Elocutionary Con test to ba given by Managers Saufley k Alvenon at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening June 18th Miss Salleo Is one of the handsomest as well as most popular young ladles in tbe Blue Grass and the young lady who defeats her will realize the fact that she has been In a contest as she Is as much at homo on the stage as the average veteran and speaks with much ease and grace She is as popular in Stan ford as In her own town having fro quently visited here where she has an extensive relationship Her subject Hagar HUMPHREY Mr J F Illgnov and wife of Rub ble are visiting friends and relatives In this section James Humphrey Poet G A R held Its decoration services May 30th at Bothelridge church Notwithstand log farmers were very busy with their crops a large crowd was present Ten graves of soldiers nine of the civil war and one of the war of 1812 were deco rated with flowers under direction of Commander Joab Rlgney The soldiers and the assembly then were called to the stand where the Rev J F Hop kins delivered the welcome address explaining the object of memorial day tbo importance of educating our rising generation to patriotism and tbo Joe tlco of honoring those who served their country in Its dark days He was glad to see so many present and cordially welcomed those In attendance His welcome address was responded to by Commander Joab Rlgney After prayer by Rev John Godbey Elbort Wes loy of Somerset delivered a very In teresting address in which be gave a history of the colonization of our 13 original State by the oppressed of other lands and the development of a model republic of selfgovernment by tho sweat and blood of our forefathers Tho hour of refreshments being at hand a bountiful repast was spread upon the grounds In which all partook In the afternoon after a song Am I a Soldier of the Cross was sung the Rev W C L Carroll of Somerset arose and claimed that though he came very near being born In another land yet he was born In the United States and was proud of being a plain Ameri can citizen Ho believed we should so educate our children as to bo proud of our government and Ita Institutions and alluded to our history and believed that God had been with us all along the line We can not do justice to his able address but close attention was paid throughout Us delivery A wind and slight shower came up and Elder R A Hovlous who was to close the proceed ings made a few pleasant remarks and the assembly dispersed E TAIHIANT CHOLERA MORBUS A DANGEROUS DISEASE In many instances attacks of cholera morbus terminate fatally before medicine can be procured or a physician summon el The safe way is to keep at hand a reliable medicine for use in such cases For this purpose there is nothing so sure as Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy W E Bosworth of- i LaFayette Ala saysloIn Juno 1000 I morbusIRocker druggists Patrick William Carey and his four sons of San Jose Cal measure among them 31 feet 8 Inches of stature the tallest and shortest being two 21 djI y v I I j J 9 = i J Tr t t11rnJ IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHESIE AND WE WILL SEND WELL DRESSED MAN ilA I appear1J I 1 Ml world And it doesnt cost so very much eitherI PAYS TO TRADE AT tjIT GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing i Your money back It youre not satisfied tHE 1 T 01 MILLER Danville Ky i H rnimmtI r ENew York Stores Specialsfg For This Week E c= Mens fine Shirts worth 75c and 11 our price 43c all sizes Mens = every day shirts worth 60c and 75c our price 23c Mens shoes that gs are worth f160 at 93c Mens shoes worth f175 at J120 Mens fine EI MensEf1Mens 5 Suits Now Go For 298 EI rr Mens 760 suits for 448 110 suits for 060 IJ2 suits for 760 S16 =g suits for 9 25 EI 8rBoys suite at your own price Boys pants worth 50c at 19c For bargains go to Storesfl ROSENSTEIN A CO 3 KyHjiiJiuiuiuiuiiJiiJiim The lin 0InOil Gas And Mineral Company OF STANFORD KY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paidand NonAssessable OFFICERS J II Btughman Pros A T Nunnelley VicePres W II Wear en Treas II Helm Secy BaughmaaJ jt The Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Co has about 3000 acres of land leased In Lin coin county Ky The larger portion of this lease Is contiguous to tbe M S Baugh man farma portion in the neighborhood and Sugar Grove sections and stilt another portion skirting Logans CreokhOno of the surest indications of tho probable value of undeveloped oil lands is tho result of efforts at development 0l land adJoining one the stock reserved by the Incorporators can beo issued dollaror director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation for Lie time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of the company is rendered valuable by reason of tho untiring efforts of the officers and directors Tbo stock is noasgacssable and the private property of tho stockholder is not liable for d corporate debt It is incorporated the laws of the State ot Kentucky Its books are open at all times to Its stockholders and they are Invited to its office ceive any Information concerning the companys affairs The business is being pushred with all tho rapidity and zed possible that Is commensurate with safe bUllnessU AT COST FOR CASHil1 DRY GOODS CLOTHING l BOOTS SHOES HATSICAPS UNDERWEAR GEORGE H FARRIS CO rash l i aiic1CrA preparationfor eradicating the dis agreeable odorslarising from perspiration- It is a sure euro for the odors from perspiration on any clothingISTANFORD KENTUCKY t = i 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E C WALTON f i W P WALTON t II t Candidate for lUllroad Commlttlontr for the 2d DUUlct inblect to the will of the demomcr i I H H HENNINGER f 01 County U a candidate for State Trrai aver subject to the action of the Democratic p rtr G G GILBERT Of ShelbjTllle It a candidate for the democratic nomination for COORIYM In this the 8th dlitrirtI subject to the primary to be held Saturday Aug 9 I LET the executive committee of tbti railroad district speak now or forever bold Its tongue It can right a wrong by rescinding Its snap action In vir tually shutting out all the candidates save Mr McChord and It must do so o or continue to receive tho condemna tion of all people who love justice and believe that there should be exclusive privileges to none A hint to the wlia is sufficient TUB House of Represantatlves to be elected this year will be chosen under the new apportionment made tlnce the Federal census of 1000 There are 29 additional districts bringing up the to tal membership of the next House to 386 and there Is some uncertainty as to the political changes caused by the reo apportionment of the States THE prohibitionists of the Tenth district have nominated J W Day the blind fiddler for Congress but he wont be able like Bob Taylor of Ten nessee to fiddle himself Into office Congressman White Is somewhat of a fiddler himself and will doubtless be ref elected Two members of a suicide club have just committed Polo do se but no one need waste any sentiment over the self destruction of men who belong to sul clde clubs The man who joins such an organization Is a fool to begin with His quietus constitutes no loss to the com inanity A GOOD many married women have t read with delight that a young woman In the State of New York has been sentenced to CO days In jail for flirting with another womans husband They would have been still more delighted had the sentence been Imprisonment for life ITmNOSare a little quieter In the I teamsters strike In Chicago and It Is probable that an agreement may bo e reached Fights haye been the orde- of the day In the Windy City for the 1putweek but nobody has been report ed killed OOM PAUL KRDGER said over two years ago that the price of the Boer war would stagger humanity It cost England alone 1250 million dollars 22 206 lives and 73082 made Invalids THE Indiana democrats are for a new deal and new Issues They declined to reaffirm any former platform or to mention any leader POLITICAL Late returns show the democratic candidate for governor of Oregon to lead by only eight votes The Western Labor Union conven Lion at Denver declared for Socialism and Independent political action There Is still persistent talk In Wash ington about Hanna for the presidency but the Ohio Senator continues to dis courage all such suggestions A primary to nominate a candidate for governor was held In Georgia yes tsrday J H Terrell Dupont Guerry and J H Estlll wore the candidates By a party vote the resolution asking for Information about Gen Woods Cu ban expenditures was squelched by the f House committee on military affairs George Chamberlain democrat was elected governor of Oregon The re i matador of the State offices went to the republicans The Legislature Is re- publicani Hon Michael Herbert succeeds the late Lord Pauncefote as British Am bassador and Secor De Ojeda succeeds the Luke De Arcos as Spanish Minister- at Washington President Roosevelt has authorized the transfer of Benjamin H Rld ely formerly of Louisville from the con sulship at Malaga Spain to consul at Nantes France Mr Maeon treated the Senate to a surprise the other day by coming out In open opposition to the republican poll cy In the Philippines He urged that the natives should be given a chance at eelfgovernmcnt The Indiana Democratic State Con vention met Wednesday and adjourned after nominating a State ticket and adopting a platform which clearly pre Boots living Issues and In the adoption which perfect unanimity was shown iof THATTHIS A The Kentucky State Guard will holdto t Its annual camp at Mammoth Cave Col D L Moore of flarrodeburg fell In the dark and was J 1 W B Holmes of Danville will move to Zion City Dowlea new town Sun Bros circus ended In a free for all flgt near Scottavllle Several were woundedNew deaf mutes entertained the sculptor of the Rochambeau statue at a banquet w LANCASTER Crops are In a fine condition The raspberry season Is near wltt- good a yield The colored folks Masonic Hall Is being rebuilt Rev C M Chumbley will preach Sunday afternoon at the ID8house Rev C M Chumbleys residence was found ablaze on Tuesday but was soon extinguishedThe People Missionary Society meets Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church Elder A H Moore Is at home again after hti trip to Hazel Green and will fill his pulpit Sunday morning Ed and N B Price sold their bogs at 6c to Anderson Lawson to be deliver ed from the 12th to the 15th The city council granted the privil ege Monday night to rebuild the dwell togs recently destroyed by fire Tho Methodists have had their put pit furniture upholstered In leather and some other general Improvements madeA party Is being arranged to camp on the Kentucky river In the Buckeye vicinity of the locks and damsMrs Dr Wm Buruette sells on Saturday afternoon firstclaea salt rising bread the proceeds for the Ladles Aid SocietyGuy Davidson was at home to the junior set on Wednesday evening and was assisted In entertaining by his sis tel Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond On the cooler evenings pingpong Is enjoyed by a number of the society people Mesdames J E Stormes L Landram and Miss Christine Bradley furnish this mode of entertainment A novel marriage took place here at the clerks office on Wednesday Ju Jge A D Ford tying the nuptial knot Miss Ethel Humphreys of Lower Garrard and W W Worthington of Mason were the contracting couple and were both deaf mutes and recent students of the D S D Itutltute of Danville A youthful couple Edgar Pollard and Miss Carrie Becket eioped to Nicl aavllle and falling to get license thereby fell into trouble Young Pollard was arrested and taken to jail on a charge of trying to sell their livery turnout The prospective bride was reduced to tears and declared herself ready to accompany her lover to pris Ion and the wouldbe bridegroom was persuaded to return to Lancaster where his father gave him a toad thrashing and set him to work In the garden Young Pollard Is only 15 and thIS girl 16 Miss Becket did not return here but declared her Intention of go Ing to Barbourville her former home Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett en tertained at a strawberry tea Tuesday evening In honor of Prof and Mrs Patterson Rev and Mrs L Robinson and Rev and Mrs Chumbley Mes dames Stormes Landram and Falconer dined Tuesday with Mrs Winfrey of Stanford Mite Anglo Kinnaird Is vis iting In Hustonvllle Mite Cora Ward Is the guest of Miss Stella Brown ot Danville Miss Marie Joseph is with friends at Paint Lick Miss Theo Hemphlll visiting Mrs Gaines in Danville who entertains in her honor Thursday evening Mrs Boiling of Junction Clty Is with her uncle Geo Evans Mrs Louise Arnold left Wed nesday for a visit to her children at Richmond and Frankfort Mrs Banks Hudson and little daughter Porter leave In a few days for a visit to Lex- Ington Miss Mattie May Robinson is In Danyllle for the commencement gal eties Mr W J Klnnalrd left Tuesday for MIddlesboro Mrs Susan Anderson and daughter are spending the week near Bryantayllle Dr and Mrs Evans are visiting In Jessamine Mes dames Royston Lake and children are visiting friends at Paint Lick Mrs Margaret Gill has made a decided Im provement Mrs R H Tomlinson and children have returned from a visit to Buena Vista Mrs George Lusk Is Improving Mrs D M Lackey made a visit to Danville Wednesday HUBULE B W Givens and wile have been vis iting In Preachersvllle L G Hubble has bought a fine rubber tire buggy Watch out I T C and J M Rankle have sold their bay to LUlard of Danvllleat COc J W Masters will lecture at the Christian church Wednesday night June 11 Free to all D N Prewltt was gathering his first lambs from the farmers here this week Prices ranged from file to 6c Henry Ball Is thought to bo much worse the last few days We are glad to note that Mrs E T Minor is doing nicely and will be able to come homo soon Tom MoMellon has bought the toll gate property on the Danville pike for tSOO and will run a blacksmith shop Miss Helen Tburman was here this week looking after a school MATRIMONIAL M J Farris and Miss Laura Reed were made one at KrIger yesterday William H Jones of Laurel and Mis Llllle D Boltzclaw of this coun ty were married at Mrs Lucy Holtz claws Wednesday Rev Jeremiah Singleton aged 65 was married in Rockcastle to Mrs Margaret Brown same age They met for the first time last Sunday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Fireman Day of Somerset was killed In a wreck on the C S near Oakdalo- A band bf regulators has given the loafers of Pcrrtvlllc notice to go to work Price Nleklrk was run over by an en gins at MIddlesboro and one of his legs was cut otToITho Boyle County Sunday School convention will be held at Mitchell burg June 14 I A good flow of oil was brought In on Stinking creek in Knox county at a depth of 1450 feet A posioflloo has been established at Walden Bon F James Harp po tmasterI Plnc1vllleThe Barbourville postoffico was ken Into by robbers who stole a largo amount of stamps and money Poitoffires have been established at Bosworth Bell county Adolpb H Rennebaum postmaster Odoll Anderson county Clarence E Wattspost masterCharley Mlles and Sam McDowell and Finley and Charley Scruggs Dan vllle boys from eight to 12 years old caught 421 fish In five hours out tt Frank Kennoys pond George S Brooks supervisor track on this division has resigned to accept the road mastership of the St Louis Terminals W R Mounce of Liv ingston succeeds Brooks Near Orlando Rockcastle county Elijah Morris aged 10 was fatally shot by the accidental discharge of an old pistol In the hands of William Buford The boy lived but a few hours Paroles have been granted Nick Parks of Garrard sent up for two years for throwing rocks at telephone poles and T J Power of Adair sent up for life for murder Powers has been an invalid for years- MIDDLEBURG Rev P A GlllUm filled his regular appointment at Green River Sunday Hon D G Colenn candidate for Con grew will speak here Saturday week 14thThere will bo a base ball game between Mlddleburg and Mt Olive next SaturdayAfter several rains crops are looking better for this tuna of year than usual Mist Taylor who has been visiting the Misses Godbey has returned to her home at Somerset Clarence Coleman of Burnside vie ted friends and relatives here Misses Cora and Ada Wesley acd Mr Rod Wesley of Lancaster are visiting rel hives Cleaver Wllcher son of James Wll cber of Hartwell ran away from home April 12 and was killed In a wreck on the Illinois Central May 12 and his father just learned of It last Saturday- DANVILLEMIet Lula Mills has made a remarkable record In point of attendance at Caldwell College Dur- Ing the past seven years she has not missed a single day and has never bade much as a tardy mark The firm of Burke Bros at Junction City has dis solved partnership Mr F T Burke takes the store building and stock of general merchandise at Junction City and his brother J W Burke the dairy and gardening business and some houses and lots at Shelby City A E Gibbons has donated a premium mounting to CIO In wall paper for the urpose of establishing a cat ring at the Danvlllo Fair George West the well known Danville contractor Is su perintending the erection of Zion Hospice City and will probably locate in that placeAdvocateC- ONSTIPATED BOWELS To have good health the body should I be kept In a laxative condition and the bowels moved at least onto a day so that I all the poisonous wastes are expelled dai I ly Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main Si Wichita Has writes I have used Uerblne to regulate the liver and bowels for the past 10 years and found It are abe remedy OOc at Pennys Prug Store CHURCH MATTERSI Dr Wm Shelton will preach at the Baptist cburchSunday morning James N Rogers a prominent Call fornia Baptist has embraced Moham mcdlim Teacher Johnny Stokes how many make a millio- nJohnnyVery few on die earthChi caeo Journal vaijaiHii i iNisaa1HwaH1 Grand header Specials FOR THIS WEEK 300 Ladies street hat worth 8125 S1bOruliCl 8150 shoes now toes and styles and 82 this week 50ethisweek 8110 Ladies vests taped lisle finish 250 good Five dozen ladiot bolts worth up to COc this week Hethllweek 9c 81 Batiste girdle corset this weak I8c lions fine suite worth 812 this week 8808 j 34inch White Madras for shirt waist woth Mmes flue suits worth 810 this week 8050 35e this week 5cMensfine suite worth 8750 this wcok 50c hoso for ladies colored anti 8490 black 25cHostCottonade pants for men thus week 50 Wash skirts Iiquo anti Linen worth up45c to 83 08c 8125 Jeans pants this WQok tOe lOo Pearl buttons this week 5c per dozen lions COc work shirts this week 25o earDont full to buy these bargains every liens 50c belts this week 25c one is n money savor j The Grand LeaderHays Levy Props S B Levy Manager I Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstelssa Iorton meet all trains SO ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE Y Manufacturer o- fBRICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write Fur Prices TIMBER UND FOR SOLE In order to settle the partBerihtnbaslBe of John Dante Jr and J O llonta having died sect December we will sell S700 acre of timber land In Adalreona ty Ky This land contain between 4M NO and SWeWO feet ot Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract ot land li close to the fatsoat oil Geld ot Wayne county and U eicipdlngly well adapted for agricultural purpose ot is IB one body a bargain for some one For particulars apply to L 0 COULTER Ky Or to E M handle Harrodsburg or Owen Uonta Faulkner K- yGOLDEN WEHLTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil TOE OREE RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO baa commenced operations on the Dr Morris term one mile from tbe Ilaughmaa well running day and night A big well U expected The Daughman well baa been by expert oil men who saw It balled to be at leant 100 barrel per daV and of high gravity Illuminating otthl character are tar more holdlnrbayodently expect some big wells In sear We now offer a llmlie number of Ibarel Inc sale at 40c a share the value 11100- I a a share fnll and nonlLII8eable lIay todaydon t delaywhen we get a bit well thlutock wm be and prob ablY withdrawn from the market without notice 25 shares 1s bl smallest block the company will issue Itemlt by certldet check or poatomco money order or call on or address B Gray General Manager Crab Orchard Ky or 8 Foutz tetra tary and Treasurer Illuefield W Va QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach HorseBtnd Nook of Amer ica also tnIlepubllc Francalse Ha ras Natlonaux No 18683 Winner of Ont at the National Uni venal Exposition Jarl1f97 and In 1898 competing over 60 stallions Imported by M Tlchener k Co of Chicago IP 1811- 8Color bay with small tart black 1 18X handa high weighs In working order 1375 pounds April SB 18BI lined M of Commune of Ilubersvlllo department of Lamorchli go by the government France dam Oharmantl LeDardi second dam by Revolution Quasi will make the present season of 1902 al mY farm two and miles from Stanford on Hustonvllle pike At 10 the Season or 115 to Insure a Liv log Colt DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Estelle StlOH SIred by Zllcadl Oolddiut 4400 by Oolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl nn 1m- ported Arabian Dorsey Oolddust ilam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan milking him an In Morgan stallion descending Cram Justin Morgan on both fides the bed fnmllv ot road horses known Uorsey Gold dUI fa a dark bay full III hands high and weigh 1 200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder ot blgh road Eastern bone C combining all tho for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prlc es Will make the present season at my I farm near Stanford I At SII to Insure A Colt IWill also stand a good mule jack at 87 to Mares kept at 60 cents per week No roo ponslblltyfor accidents or escapes The beslnf attention F KEID Stanford Ky I ANNOUNCEMENT I e II n select variety ot tho very latest styles of 1 IIIInillg Bags Chains and Silver Novelties cI1 I 1 it will interest you to look nt there goods and Qudollt tho Tlntnn n atrlnllv ash oouhloretlI II j i W H MUELLER About Long Lived Paints l If you get hold of poor jmint it will be a year or two yon flail out that your money and labor have boon boforoIwasted The tnrdy discovery will not losoii your don any Make JOulfolf secure by buying a brand you can he sure of Mastic Mixed Paints are strictly high grade No other paint covert so much surface nnd no other withstands tho weather eo well The color sire riph and per JUBilant and the cost is very low all things considered Como in and let us have a paint talk Pennys Drug Store I a II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO i I Directors Trust Company and under same S H IiAIKBr3IIlutoa continuouslyfor Preildent J R Owley SOLICIT YOUR BANK J B s n Shanks ACCOUNT OWSLEYfW 0 Walker loping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial W M Geo W Carter First National I Bank Or Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as tbe Hank In IMS then reorganized as the National flank of Stanford In I8G3 and again reorjtanltcl as the First National flank of Stanford lu 1882 having bad practically an nnlnter rupteS existence for nyears U Is better supplied now with taclllUea for transact Ing promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited f J B IIOOKEK J J W II V Reid Lincoln Co w B T Harris Lincoln Co J 8 Hooker Lincoln Co M D Elmore Stanford B H Bangbman Stanford T P 11111 Stanford Ju Robinson Hubble J H Baughman Stanford W P Tate Stanford OF AT VERY Craig Hocker StillfordI OfflcenSacceuon Officersr Preatf Directors kJTRUSSES EVERY DESCRIPTION REASONABLE PRICES STANFORD L tlI I 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNK 0 1002 s In fllllDB your preicrlptloni wo uio proparUOOI not do better If yon paid ui doublo the price which IB always reasonable Pen I nyi Drug Store PERSONALS MB8 J M ALVBIISON Is lit Miss BVUT JAMES It visiting friend la Louisvillev MRS KATE MILLER was over from Danville yesterday Miss JENNIK LYNN has returned from college at Paris Miss ALLIB Flail of Crab Orchard WAS with friends hero Miss CLARA COOlBil Is visiting friends In Ilustonvllle MRS FUONIU CATIION of Somcnct II with Mrs W O Speed Miss CETTIE THUIIMOND Is up from Somerset vlslllntr relativeV ATTORNEY JOlIN W DROWN of Mr Vernon was hero yesterday Mn T D DUNN of Madison was hero between trains yesterday Miss LUCY BAILEY of Barrodsburir Is the guest of Mies Anna Cooke Miss MOLLIE BROOKS of Crab Orchard Is with Miss Tevls Carpenter Mn W U DEDMAN and family of Somerset wore guests of friends hero rl MISSES PEARL RAINES and Ilattio Martin are visiting friends In Lexing too oI V nesday MRS J F UOLDAM came down from Crab Orchard to see Miss Ila Bold m Igraduate0 CAIUB TaR attended the meeting of the Marlon county doctor at Lebanon Tuesday MR SAM N MATHMNY Is out after a long Illness Ills friends are delighted to see him on toot again L MBBDAMRS II D MCCLURB acd J N Cash left Wednesday for Down III to visit their father MBSOAUBS J M OWBNS of lit and George P Taylor of Burnttdo are guests of Mrs Dr L B Cookr Pool W C ORINBTBAD of Dan I yule attended the commencement oxI raises of Stanford Female College JUDOS A W BUCHANAN who Is its secretary was herd In the Interest of the Crab Orchard Fair Association CONTROLLBR SAMUBL WlLHlTB hat Cope to Monticello to spend several motherLoobvllf e I Miss JBNNinlVNN will render vooal and violin selections at the elocutionary f contest 1Pth- i at Waltons Opera house June MRS J W HAYDRN J W Hayden Jr and little Mist Mary Craig Hayden ti ot Paris are with Mrs Permella Drown MlBSHS TEVIS CARIENTOa and Pearl J Buroslde two of Sianfordi sweetest girls were here this morning Dan ville Now Jour TURNUULL of Crab Orchard left Tuesday to Join his family at Dav enport O T Ills neighbors give him up with much regret MNC11n19TINf BRADLEY o Lancaster and Mary Carpenter of I Huslonvllle will arrive today to visit Miss Tevls Carpenter J MISSES Bessie May tiueanna and iF BIrney Lear of Garrard and Llllle D West of Jesiamlne are guests of Miss Bessie Duddorar Yantl MESSRS T B WALKER and David Ross of Lancaster were hero Wed o day en route to Cumberland river to spend a few days fishing J E CLAUNCH and Joseph E Jr of Somerset are with her fMRS Mr and Mr J E Lynn Mr will join them Sunday j MR JOHN W DASTIN came down from Pltlsburg to see his bright little f daughter Miss Kate Bastln take part In tho concert Wednesday evening I heFLORENCEname of a little daughter that has art rived to blcse the union of Attorney and Mrs W A Morrow of Somers Miss JANE B PENCE who Is vii leg at Avoca was one of the attendants at the swell wedding of Miss Essie Car son Kldtl and Mr John H Hardln at that place 1Mite SARAH W REYNOLDS mother our townsman Mr Cicero Reynolds ij4fevisiting her grandson Edgar olde near McKlnnoy to see her gr grandson Stephen C Reynolds MR P S HUGHES of the West E went to Louisville Tuesday to sco daughter Mrs Charles S IIawk l ErtHARRY ROBINSON son of Mr Thom as B Robinson of Garrard was elected clerk to the superintendent of the I Dear and Dumb Institute at Danville to succeed Samuel W Monefeo Mr Rob inson Is a clever young man and well e equipped for tho poaltlon ho has sec ur ed COllotyIwas scouring special premiums for the Crab Orchard fair to bo held July 2U 24 and 25 and succeeded in obtaining quite a number No fair of tho Beaton will offer more attractions than tho one to Ibegiven at the Saratoga of Kentucky Lexington Democrat u I r I IClass of 02 Stanford Female College Mary Byrd G eons Luollo Cooper Mary VnnArsdalo Ila Leo Iloldam AnnaI Lib Cook Sadlo Leo Stagg I TUB commencement exorcises of Stanford Female College came to an end at 1130 yesterday morning and the school girls are now enjoying a needed rest A large crowd was present to seo tbo six young ladles receive tholrI diplomas and an entertaining struotlvo program was carried out The following II the class of 1002 Miss CooporMarySadie Lee Stagg and Mary VanArs dale They were all own1 beauItysoon be forgotten On the siege with the graduates were the trustees of the college Messrs John Bright J H HDockerD J Pinkerton Following Is the program of tho morning exercises ChopinMaryHtAYHK IIY RBV S MHAVIflN Piano Hondo Cnprloeloso Mondolfisohn Virginia Warren tiANNUAI arHevtucky UnIersltYrwJdllfon Muno Sonata Motart- AretiiuRO McA lister Virginia Bourne DpuvKKr op DIPLOMAS Pros B J PIton k1r s 4Mna nHl- JRHWfHCTJON Tbe address by Dr Jenkins was In enJoyed probably fists youngest president of a peStateto a man of maturcr years The music portion of tbo program was excellent In delivering tbo diplomas Presides Plnkerton rondo a timely and beautiful talk to the graduates which was great ly enjoyed both by them and tbo large audience Tbo annual concert of Stanford Fe male College at Walton Opera House eojovablcmusical portion of the program under charge of Miss Ellen Ballou was very fine Indeed and tcacberas well as the pupils are deserving of much praise Mire Lydia Overall tho accomplished Miss ESSIE BURCU leaves tonight for Bloomington illsto attend a Normal College Miss LYDIA OVERALL who hoe hid ccharge of the younger pupil and phys cal culture class In Stanford Female College leaves at nose for her 60 In Loulsylllo During her stay Mlle Overall line made a great many friends who would like to see her re turn next term LOCALS AGENCY genuine Whitman saddlesI J O McClary WE ofhay that wo will sell at 30 to 03o per 100 Apply at once J H Baugbman Co RING LOST Solid gold Lost near water plug In front of J N Sounders home on Danville Avenue Liberal reward B F Rout TUB handsome now saloon fixtures of Traylor RIco have been put In place tiitI FIFTY feet poles for the Lfnc County Telephone Co are being to town preparatory to putting up that company line In town They came from the Highland section Centcatd Presbyterian church Danville Wed 1togeIs renestHELD WITHOUT BAIL James Daw 6onwho killed his wile Saturday night had file examining trial Wednesday morning before Judge Bailey and hold over to circuit court without ball Attorney George B SauQey represent ed Dawson Tbo defense did not show Its hand TUB Stanford town marshal list ol taxpayers consists of three lonely names The good people of our sister oily certainly believe in coming up to the scratch Central Record Yes sir most of our people love to pay debts Those who du not like to up are mado to I physical culture teacher had man agement of the drills etc anti that veryhlg6 TInpart Piano Coming of Spring was next and the following rendered It splendidly Misses Sue Taylor Eagle DaullhmanKatlonington Katie Newland Beselo Yantls Mattlo McClary Miss Annie Steele Cook very charmingly recited Little Orphan Annie and then Misses Stella III Virginia Warren Anna Darst Katie Mersbon Mary McRoberts AI11 luffraan gave the piano selection ebrides Tbe readings Convict byIluning She is at perfect ease on th stags Is exceedingly graceful and both her enunciation and jestlculallon are byMluosMaulo McClary Katherine Huffman Kate Waters Dora Pence Katie liar n Margaret Hooker Kate Peace was tistically given on three pianos was Military March by Misses Marie Mabony Sadlo Stagg Sue Taylor En glcraan Levlia Harris and Geiriz Monefse The leaf piano selection w Invitation to the Dance which W splendidly executed by this sextette of llnlMaryMersbon Virginia Bourne Arctbusa hoopdrillshowed much training of a fine teach er Some 20 girls took part and all of them are deserving of more comp mentary mention than our space will rmit The leer number was tbo pan Wreck of Pocahontas Misses Overall Vlrglrla Bourne Mary TayloroJlemanjoyable throughout In fine tho enter tainment was pleasing from the rise of the curtain till lu fall and Miss Ballou the excellent muslo teacher and all who took part in it have every real to feel good Tbe crowd was eaarce up to the average duo possibly to tbo warm weather but those present enjoy ed every number and were made to feel that it was good to be there It has boon some time since a cleaner or more entertalomenthal NOT a men was sent to the peniten fiery at the term of court just ended at Mt Vernon THE election on tbe bond Issuo Saturday will beheld at tbe court hour hiringmQ ot MRS NORA GOODKNIQUT lost her yelterdaythe owner soon had Ik I drlll10Jthan the 16th of this month This will be this companys first well REMEMDER the Elocutionary Contest at Waltons Opera Rouse Wednesday evening Juno 18th Reserved seats sale at MsRoberts drug store WlllleCrab of atblsdate of tbe ball Is Friday eveaingJ o 20 when tbe beauty and gallantry tioedTUB following program has been are ranged for the annual elocutionary fin test which will bo held at Waltons Junoire20 subject DrluooHarrodlburg Liwilla Tradap MyraWalkorMiss Anna Dar t Stanford Zlb tho Mountain Guide Miss Jonnlo Houtch loge Harrodsburg Graded School toneThe Chariot Race Miss Llllla B Leave Hamilton College Lily Sor voeaea Ride Mice Wllllo Doardmao Carlisle liThe Bear Story Miss Sara Daniels Paris As the Moon Rose Miss Ruby Hackney London The Confessional The music will be the but to be secured as will bo seen by the following Vocal Solo Miss Jennie EArnoldH Turner and Anna Davlson vocal so Nlcholaevllleputvlllo E H Beazley Mgr PEERING binder and mower repairs at Deazley k Hays oinI HAVE a kiln of r ready for salo at Hustooyillo W C Greening DUI tonvllle Ky 2t I TAXES taxbook are now ready and you are requested to como j In and settle without delay M S Baugbman sheriff NOTICE the KyReal Es tates advertisement Bratclass tee taurant for sale and see If you dont tblnk It Is a good opening for someone TUB Lincoln Oil One Mineral Co bought of W M Dabncy of Harbour vllle yesterday a Star Drilling Ma chino and work will begin as soon as It comes im remains of Dawson who was shot to death by her bui band James Dawson were sent to Manchester for burial liar mother lives near that place A CINCINNATI dispatch says that David Andrew Perkins aged 46 of Crab Orchard wellknown about local pool rooms and race tracks was arrest ed on the cnarge of grand larceny COMPLETE stock merchandise eand millinery good trim and well loca ted for sale Want to change buel= ness Wilt sell at bargain If taken at once Rankin L Dowse Junction 4te4TU OF JULY PICNIC Jones k Kel say of Yosemite will glyo a big picnic on the O R Jones farm one mile West of Yosemite on July 4 There will bean old fiddlers contest base ball game cake walk etc See ad saeat will give an en tertulnment tonight that will be worth PepantomimesaeTHE room over tbo First National peak and E L Belnharta store have all been treated to paper and paint which adds greatly to tbeir appearance HarveylIelmlawbeauty sure enough ToTURESU WHEAT Marlon Bruce of she Eatt End has shipped his thresher to Oklahoma where be ex paste to do a good business tbresbfng wheat In that splendid wheat country Ho left Tuesday and took with him Morgan Boone Will L Dudderar and Thomas Johnson who will help him Neltrokilledshot himself fatally ChiIpandberFourth of July Entertainment To be gives at tbe Oak Grove Race Track oYowmlteprogram will consist of an old time Fiddlers ContostBaso Ball Camo and Cake Walk with liberal and competition open to all Admission Sic children over II years theeTholedellrlngMilnagersYosemite oaMarshals Sale for City Taxes offeredforder to pay city taxes on same for the year esdayJnlylerlord Ky for cash In band to frit 90GreenHarrison Helm 148 Notice DOAu administrator of W R Evens I will tell at his late farm li miles west of Phil Casey county Ky on Saturday June Slst ISO of corn in 10 barrel Iou Terms mode known on day of sale T O Evans admr Ilill Ky Farm For Sale noSlaving concluded to quit farming I will Mllledgevllleipvery Improvements wel laboatfurther Information call on or write to W A Pettus Mllledgevllle Ky BROWN 8 BROWN Attorney satLawOffice in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted Come and see our handsome lino ofd FASHIONABLE MILLINERY in the Postofiico Building on Main street Mrs Garland Singleton I t WL Douglas Shoes J I 300 THE BEST SHOES IN THE WORLD i t 3H i J All lenthorsVici Kid Patent Kid Patent j I Corona Lewis Noncrackable Patent Velour f Calf Box Cnlf French Calf andKangaroo I allmade with Goodyear welt bottoms end the best workmanship possible Douglas y Shoes cost the dealer more than nny other r S3 or 8350 shoes and you get that much fmore value in them for the money Try a pair Wo guarantee satisfaction z I Cummins c McClary I i 8 vt I t r 1 p r Sj y L UptoDateI Is what they all say about our I Mens Sboes this season I I Patent calf regular top extended Boles 250 Patent colt regular top extended soles 5300iPatent Ideal Kid the finest quality styles at 8500 I Low cut halfeloos in patent leather 8250 in patent colt 4300 patent kid 350 The above are the VEIIY SWELTEST things of the I8asolll1nd the latest Please call and sec them in our show windows and cases H J McRoberts i j i a s S i RillSi iltis very complete withI J the new shapes forISpring 1002- SUMMER CORSETS BATISTE CORSETS rJ NEW LONG HIP CORSETS I rR a1AMERICAN lit LADY CORSETS the most popular fi Corset for those who want perfect 11 fitting costumes I Severance Sons New Store J XXth Centuryt FreezertNo crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO ff IO L CARPENTER W O WITHERS We Sell Them I They do their work well make no dust flea 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 g t fI f E INTERIOR JOURNAL red n the pottoffice at Stanford at I Htndcltut mat- errsablthdTnlnyaw43alaa4l AT 1 PERYEAR CASH Ar When not opatdB3OO will behrf4 KNOXVILLE DIVISION 1Nti 1158 amt 4 JLTraln going North N026II II M 2 barn u South 1tatam 0Ipm- r Pot all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION jMiNom i No 21 leare Stanford at p m A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Iii OFJeovar ltcnoberta BaUOlnt Drug Ston In th Owslsr IIR A JONES I DENTISTStanford Ky I I O eeoycrlfiggins McKlnneya Store I ItTelephoneNo 43 y NEW LIVERY STABLES- WBtJBSEfcSJNProri 1JUNCTION CITY KY FirstGins Turnouts atReasonable Rates- peelal Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as main Anntnin rto the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work price Write to him r IE MONUMENTSr White Broii ui n suwae In the monument business what tile Improved dropHead sew- Ing jnachlnn It to the old d or- t the car Is to the old stage coach It la the advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the record and resting placeiof our ones It Is TOry beautlful with a trotedsllver ap Please huld your order until you can Investigate it J C McWhorter Agt ORAnOPOHARD KY J+ J+ McCIMY UNDEETAKBB EMBALMER A And Dealear In HARNESS BoA DDLERYt t 0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of LonliTllle will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford I Honday and Tuesday July 1 PI Now Is the time Dont neglect your best friend eyes Eyes examined and scleutlllcaly adjusted Dont neg- leCt pourcldidrenseyes- Otdcehuur 8 a m to 5 p m 4 Some ReasonsW- hy You Should insist on Having IIIIIUIIR liEilK IIA HI11111 liE liS llfl enders hart leather soft I I specially III IIIheaj IIIIIieduces cost of your harness III ever burns the loather i iu III ficieney is increased 111 ecures best service I I IIIIIs sold ill nU III Localities I IIulnard E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exclian1 TITLE CO Stanford Ky No Ifiouse and lot In SUnfordare roimih porch In the rear good garden good neighbor close to churches lid school food for small am Ily Price JWO No 28mall farm 87 acre 3 mile from bua ford Ilonsso four rood rooms back porch aad 1 Terand Uood barn and other buildings In KOOd well fenced so acre- seuSllntlouoneacre la In fruit trees ret In craaa at commissioner1 ule at bargain and Iabe call at bargain Close to school and burcb Price R3 per acre Land adjoining sold for 11- 0lit lod This Is a bargain No Shouse and lot In Stanford House aln sins ere rooms Uood table and S arm of land irell fenced On of prettiest building Iota In towo room In front for two other cottages or a 2 tory front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap as tb iwner must have money No 4 Two story Pram dwelling 7 rooms ball ind Teranda Uood ginlen fencing and boor la pod repair For sal or rent Price reasonable No 5lioule and lot In Stanford Three tool nd trout porch tiood garden and stable Good repair Will be sold cheap No 7Housa and lot In Stanford IVj torle11 room Good garden smoke and coal houses 01111 000Jso 8Farm of Macro 2k rolled Irom8uD onlon county road 25 lena In cultlratlon earn en puture2 good orchards and rest In timber Two vallootuges good bun and outbuildings well ratered and leering fairly good Place can be ought at your prices owner hrIn Indlsnsp is and must have money No 9 a farm o222 cree four mllea from Stanford on best pike tn the aunty Sixty acres lu rbat 40 In corn 0 In timothy 6 In clover and 100 10 One blneeass Is cut In sir fields well fno ell watered narer filling well and spring 10 oat Onds o delllDjtI good barns and opt Fronts pike for tarecquarten of mil bolll being Plenty umake nd enough umber to 8000 poau Aplell14 luegrasa farm and only 20 minutes drive from the runty seat Owner oi fine farm adjoining tllta bu recently refused fl3 ner acre We over this i t- f3100 per acre No 1121 acres land with necewary Improve mol mile from Stanford Dwelling bu tour emrenida hall and porch Large barn 1OI0b vase eta watered and fenced and bulldlllpI- II good repair Prlc reasonable No 12 Dwelllogof six nancl porn IIfttf1S1r outbuildings Iud garden Atso large to Il4mubtersmhelvestcWater Indwe1Unpale ltoreroolU she cistern on place Sm1l101 back olttore One mile from tulllord Dulldlnp 101001 repair sod dwelling originally cost Ieoo lId tore over 12t0 Wilt tell both for 80 or Ill rent or tell separately No 1S230 acre firm nine of Crab Orchar Ky Brick dwelling Brooms two tenant houx to barns well and spring near dwelling Farm In blib state of cultlrailon ISO acres river tailor nd good tenting fruit etc Price 3750 an acr No lllOOacrciot land on Lancaster Ireetln Crab Orchard opposite Spring JD no in roTementa except large atock barn abundance of stock water PretUeilbuIkllng alte to town Irli cooNo 15A nice cottage and lot on Linear reet SunlirJ 7 rooms good cistern ole Coli jCOO wHl aeU lot 11000 No 16400 acree of land In Madison counts fJmil South of Richmond and 2 miles of KlallSto lIDI between lug JlIII turnpike lid uddyCreek road known astheCol n Mend ttrm buildings stock barn out bnlldln tc Plenty of good wIr and one of IIIIt car rings in Kentucky In yard Ile stock farm 10 tb e county for the money Priie KO per acre No 17A farm cf IGVaerr near Iliutonrlll welling of light room ball reran la tie On teoat house lock barn large tobacco barn am olber outbuildings Cistern and good well In Ibe Ird and water la erery field on the plate Fare cui In teren fields and nntclaj land No IIIFrm of 100 acres situated near KlDgi lie Ky CO arrra In culllratlon 39 in timtwrrn 10 gnu well water 1 two Rood barns and olhe itbulldlngs goo l repair Uwelllng coiupirttlre new la wn 8PO yards of tnre cburchc boot jioatoffice and C S depot Property lira ot road and is the tuot denlrabli ClkInd section Wi will sell the whole tarn rR400 or la parcel of not Im than SO acres tc itpurrhater Tbta II certanly cheep property No 5aF1rm of 7S acres near ftaj nefburg welling good barn etc Well watered fencluc d buluJiap In good repair Productive lime 11011 land In good nhborh d dues to school 0d on good road Price 3700- Vo 54A farm ot1O acres In Llnroln county TbrCf good dwelllngt 3 good birai and other out buildings each howe barn etc about the cento 01 100 acres All on OOtualrrod mile free cburcb school and poitotfire Lays well std well tend This It a food tobacco nnu and would lull two or three fitultlet that lbt want to eOD- llrorn the tame neighborhood Price reasonable Ko IMA Inn of 15 acre In csty county KJ- Oue and onebnlf story dwelling with six roomy iood bare and other outbuildings Sixty sere li Ulrailcn 45 SUfi In timber fruit trees tic L j well road don to churches Priceonlyc luol etc 500 No vFarm of US acres In Caseycounty Two ory frame dwelling two good l arna and otne ibuUdUgi In good repair tobim IllId and in good comniuu ty A bargain at two No IIjnuofUue In Cater county A iw two story 8 room frame and old veiling lu lair condition Harm sod other out On county rod splendid bistro land ell watered two wllb spring etc Tbla It a de able heme Price 1500 No MFln acres per Pleasant Point Ky rime home 5 rooms and porch Mara and other itbulldlDgt 8 acres In cultivation rest In tl- aIr Well wateied SOU from poatofScxtcnoot 1101 church lays well on pike and In rum unity Price BO We bare buyer for ISO or MO sore firm l1uledf- rom ODe to tbrre miles ram town Alto buyer for ab ut too acres situated from one to four nlll- from town with or without improvements Al o juyer fur an HOOO to fJ 000 farm close to town No is Pour boujet and lots In Rowland Ky- ce 1100 each So 19 90 acres of land near Crab Orchard chPlINo 20 Twoltory house 9 room liallTeranda 12 acre land ailjolnlnsln Stanford lrop t natdoor lteauttdilhome1sIcel1000Uercts- to 21A first clue reiUnnuit ofgrocirle d a No I axis fountain Tha lleieg roost IIx- tl m bakeiy anti kltcUen ODd are in splendid bl Thltla thetuott ivipular retort In town competition I3y ra llntat onrofflco you can It l out what the average which are large dsplodld profit Tbltlaa great opportunity fr torn eoentf tic person The propletor ion for selling uthat he can nut stand the con IIDemnit Thing the only confrctlonery a town 012000 Inhabitants with thickly settled rural dl- trlcw to draw from one can readily tee that It la a 110 ctuncetomtke mone We think lot the- ountofeapitallnrttteditisoneofthebest pay 1111 business In Central Write or come to us and get price for tame loY2 Home oi tiro room porch on acre of- grouod and good stable ODe mil from town ir Ice t oo CLARENCE COLEMANS COGITATIONS I DEAR INTERioR As I am In home for a couple or three days and at a 10111 what to do the thought struck mo to poncll a few lines to the I J I havent written the INTERIOR for six wceke the longest lapse of time for tohree years or more My time at Burosldo has been pretty well occupied besides there was little doing of note However I have been laying oft to glvo the I J a descriptive letter from Buro side and I think It will be rorthcomlog within the next few weeks Today being a day of leisure with me with little or nothing to think of I naturally fall Into a state of retroap Lion My thoughts revert to days I the nevor tobeorgotten time that haa pissed In looking over my diary which I kept while in the army I fiod the following note on May 31 1001 ono year ago today Sailing on the PacU lo ocean In a N E direction cleudy i moderately calm sea cool and very fog gy can scarcely eeo 25 yards rom tbo ship whistling about every five minutes no land In sight during ea- tdapand this was but the calm beroro the storm which was to follow On Juno 1st the sea had become very 0011 teroua and turbulent We wero Keto ting far into the northern latitudes In fact I could Imagine I saw tho aurora borealis On that day I saw my firet and last Juno snow Wo wero golDI urtber and further Into tho Arctolo clime battling with a strong nortoh easterly galo and wafted to the nort west by the strong Kamchatkan current The storm lasted eight days and raged with all lu fury The greater part ot this time tho waves were com ing over the hurricane deck all haLoh is were nailed down and some 1200 or noro men penned up like so many beep They were certainly trying days mod will ever linger clearly In our nemory Gladly would we havo ex ibanged our position for ono on tho attlefleld with all Its destruction It Impossible to describe the feelings of ono In a great storm thousands of mill rom land expecting every moment to be engulfed by the waves During the nterlm not a vessel was seen until the evening of the 8th of June shortly at er we had changed our course for Rot lulu when wo sighted and halted the ennsylvanla with tho 40th Infantr on board The Pennsylvania had left Italia some seven or eight days alit we bad I wrote the I J from Bono lulu under date of Juno 15th giving ac ount of our trials In northern water We were at Honolulu three davswber we coaled and took In the city and gut oundlng plantations From May 23 to 26 was spent In Kagaskt Japan Whll at Nagaskl the soldiers bad ever rlvllege they could reasonably tuV WtJ were free to go where we pleased We have written tho I J from ever point on the compass dropped you a alter from every seaport over visited and the only letter that ever tailed to reach Its destination was one from NI ask C C LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Twoyearold Polled Durham Tlpp canO Bull for sale WM Bright 2t Ard Patrick ridden by J II Mayor tbe American jockey won the Engllel erbyCrops In the mountain section are badl11n need of rain Little has falls tn the past two months bL J Farris bought from Stlgal Broa of Lincoln 35 cattle averoglnj 750 pounds at from 4 to 41News Mayor Charles F Grainger has beet tendered and may accept the prcslden cvof the New Louisville Jockey Club At Paris court Monday there were only 100 cattle and scarcely halt of tbem sold Prices ranged from 41 to 50 P P Johnson of Lexington sold 10- Pat Gormley ot Cincinnati a two year old by Imp Simple Simon for 83 000The greater part of 3000 cattle that were slopped at the distilleries In Oav- les8 county have been sold and thej broulrht an enormous sum ot money The amount is estimated by the Owens boro Ioqulrerat1l75OOO Norris Broe stock reported 12 the at their pens with the market Blow and but tow good ones offered not all of which sold One lot containing 40 twoyearolds weighing 050 pounds Bold at 4o Cows at from 3 to 3c Ichmond Register M J FarrIs attended court in Har dsburg Monday and reports a small crolYd In attendance lots of cattlo on- tbe market but demand light Mr irrls bought 35 at prices ranging rom 14 to t4 50 Farrle Denny sold to J lamp Goodloe of Louisville a haodeomo roadster for 500 and to W W Johnson of Germantown 0 a New York saddle horse for 8300 Thomas Lanier bought 15 cattle of J C John stono at 85 25Advocate HO W TO AVOID TROUBLE STow ih the time to provide yourself and famUywith a bottle of Cliambcrlnlna Oollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Itls almost certain to be needed before- the summer Is over and If procured now- roay save yon a trip to town In the night or In your busiest season It Is eVery- wbere admitted to bo the most successful medlciDe In use for bowel complaints bolh for children and adults No famll- Can afford to be without It For sale by- Oralg A Rocker druggists 1 KINGSVILLE G A Walter went to ClnClnnalllalt week whore ho spent several days pur chasing now goods Mr Walter epcDt a day In Lexington on his return trI p Mr John Yocura and family o Junction City came down Saturday toI visit her mother Mrs Plumber of South Carolina has been the guest of Mr and Mrs John Hart and other rei atlvcs hero Your correspondent returned Saturday from a most delightful visit to her cousin Mrs Anna M Letchcr at Nlcholasvllle While there she had the pleasure of attending the commencement exercises of Jcuamlne Institute which were good througho Especially tine was the address dellv Bred by Rev Francis Bcatty L L D D D of Louisville Tho Boccalai eato sermon was preached by Elder Vernon of Nlcholasvllle A very swell reception was given Monday eve nlng by Mrs John Harrison Sixtona band furnishing the music fori the occasion She also had tho pie- urn of visiting the once famous abodo of her greatgrandfather Col David Meade Cbanmlero nine miles from Lexington The above mention homestead of which there Is but ODO room a largo octogan drawing room loft standing was once very beautll and quite historical and has been con sldcrably written of by Marlon lIar land Preston Connolly and other writers ot renown We can not for the lifo ot us understand why the people ot Indiana IIhonld 19 BO cut up about being kept out ot Kentucky Chicago Post Bless your soul nobody wants you to understand Nobody wants you in Kentucky I Kentucky Is only mourning for hu absent sons she II not honing after the Hoosiers If Indiana will Lut restore her randoriug children to her bosom thereb nabllng her to hong two or three of em hen the bridgojacrou tho Ohio can be cut down and smallpox declared epidem- Ic all along the border Glasgow Time Of what does a bad taste in your mouth remInd your It indicates that your Hoa ich is In bad condition and will remind you that there Is nothing so good for uch a diiorler as Chamberlains Stomach aDd Llvor Tablets after haying once used them They cleanse and Invigorate tbe tomach and regulate the bowels Fo tie at IKSc per box by Uralg A Hocked ruggiats Wm Anderson after an almost con nuous service of 62 years with tho ittsburg Gazette has resigned actlri work though still retaining his connection wIth the stag For biliousness use ChamberlalnsStom ach sir Liver Tablets They cleanse the loroach and regulate the liver and bow eta effecting a quick and permanent cure- For sale by Craig A locker druggists 7 LOW RATES UBBH Crescent Route Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June IoU KnlKhtt of ITthla San Franolso Cal Ang HK lined train service In the world tow rate tlekeu good on nil limited train for tho above occasions De aura your tteketi read via the Queen Crescent Route and get good service H CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY oods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKV LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE novas and Mules constantly on band and- for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager Wool Wanted IWe want to buy your wool and will pay- S highest market for It Call on ut lit J II lloono Coi stable BOONE GENTRY Stanford Ky lHBOONECOProprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brucoi Old Stand Depot St STflUHORO KY Now and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates 8i ealal Attention to Travel ing Men Phono No 0- 6CAUTION+ + agentwor Doot anew an solicitor of any- otber company to Induce you to giro up or render your policy In HOME Hear In mind that agents solicitors of other compnles have no light whatever to the ssesslan of your ROME policy Therefore keepa sharp watch for the man who ants- you to give up your HOME policy and take- lone In his company It all moans lost to you- aQd OVLY you Any disinterested man who- knows Insurance companies will toll IOU there are none bettor few as goo tbo Houicor NEW YORK And any man who aa s you to a HOUR policy for nn- other U moro Interested In the money bets to make out of It than he la about your fare Address or call on Jesse D Wearon Stanford Exclnlye Agent for Lincoln QarrardUayle and Casey Counties Kentucky NABOTH 10016Walslogham 1M lIre ot Latitude 911f- and elred byStandard Rule G Record 7101 Naboths sire Is a SOD of George Wtlkei p II many others in the list Wahlnjham Dunce eon of lIamlJletnnlall and alru of Etalheij First Tinsel Nessonger dt Dyes sister toSecond =25134the jlamblotonlatsyearling 7174 Third dam Jessie 8avrebr I1arrl1Jlayf tf nesterJr by SiW tratteriIS others that have producedand4S Hire of St Julian 3illM SslOU dam of Idbertp son of Lance 1IymorlcICQ Also sire of the dam of Iaecttoneer rourth Eclipse 1115 pedigree contains the25 1331 Note Naboth Is A bay IG hands high tOoled June Wilkes Illot Jr and Ctay blood of Hatnbletonlan George Wilkes Mambrino Will Stand nt StO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the noted Jack lUNG at S- 3H C BAUGHHAN llustonvlllo Ky HAPSBURG 5O9 Wonderful liar stallion UI hands high 22s d nOT H4 td dam by ProerrM First dam Trinket S Imp by County Ring 110 Id dam by oTO 1th dam by Orund Turk IS- NOTiv 3d dam by Burnaby a bred Oloyblaad Pruia tbo aUiit pedigree cnn see that llnpilmrgi horse II n beautiful mabognny y with black hoochnay Knjrllsli drives wall gentle and kind with tine style and high action Ins poundhands weighs bred coach horse towishing a high Can show a milt better 3 mlnuto thIs herbstyle and action should nee breed on Standard hired mares for getting speed 1 Stand at 91O to Insure n Colt IVllI Jennet l 10 hand and 1 Inch Illack Jack NAPOLBON JNI nt II for Mare mare grazed and 111 at for IS month which In all cases must bo paid store they are removed Care taken to prevent aCCidents but not responsible should any ooeur J KI BAUGHMAN Hustonvillo Ky MENS FINE SHOESsMy stock ol Glens Shoos for spring and summertwear is complete For Ladies Misses vvc have the Drew C Selby Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed Twentyone years handling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give ns a ca- llthe e axles 113Xe t1OT1HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN 1tJti Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck JIii boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and t are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes as us i e e e Tally in Price It Is to of all or Editor This beautiful 14- k5ot r I Llwatch 4 ar fitted with an Elgin or Waltham movement and warranted 25 for 15 Iwanting In line fail to see the new and things we hate In OUr stock Remember Mr Murray is a ofoneI of the largest Opthalmlo Colleges In COUDtryl buy ot ui we sail Murray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville STOVESThere is something brand new on market in way of oil stoves and we 11 have it It is tho Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stover This stovo is absolutely eafo and reliable and wo will guarantee it to bake bread just brown as you want it in a very Tow FcoomU savoy timo fuel and temper Ono gallon of oil will run ono burner 18 hours Gall anti lot you the stove Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY I CLOSING OUT SALE Our entire stock must be closed out by July 15thr will sell everything regardless of cost we will leave Stanford on tho above date and will take none of goods with ns M Snyder Son Stanford CB8e LeXInGTOn D8mO RltC Is the only Democratic paper published tho Blue Grass rcgionI Subscription 55 a Year especially devoted tho Interests Democratic party and gives tie news without fear favor WIWalton fi Mgr Lexington Ky f t- t years When our dont beautiful handsome our the When glasses guarantee repairlag OIL the the Ityour show ns the the EAZLEY F HAY S IUndertakersEmbalmors AUO DBJLtIM IH FurultnrelIIattlnxsRngsThey r I kinds o Block rightII