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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r c j j i1 7 rc1rrt rl 1 AI ji qI rlfjTfJ 7I IF 1 I r 13t1 at 4 J JOURNALjIII The diver dies without air to Tbreathe The consumptive dies without to breathe the air or of lungs rendered incapable of breathing by disease The Mood lungsiudiatcsI gress As the lungs grow weaker leas oxygen Is Inhaled and the Mood change from scarlet to pur Oxygen is the life of the blood as blood is the life of hooyt of Dr Pierces Gold en Medical Discovery weak lungs is to strengthen them to en able the full oxygenation of the 1blood arrest the of dis and heal the inflamed lie sues Lung diseases have n- and are being cured by Golden I Medical Discovery in cases where deepseated icough rhage emaciation weak ness and night sweats have all Inted to a fatal termination by con sumptlon- S Some taaI almost a belp rwa victim or that dread dueaseeon umt tloo miltMr Chas PmtHV M of Rltka White Co lad I- was confined to m roam for tcvrral monlhI tar friend and urlgbbort he given un all hole K my rronry uatii one der a frtead dvied me lo take Dr Neee Golden Medical UKDT try contenti of the econd bottlebegin totmptrove After Uklnr all bottlea 1 wu I bonelly bcllrrc delivered from the grave mod eollraljr r am saw a strong and heavy rota Dr Piercea Pleasant PellhU cleanse the doggel system from accumulated impurities KINGSVILLE W L McCarty contemplating baT- s a picnic on the reunion grounds t aul the 14th for the benefit of the Christian church bliss Margaret Routen Is busily on traced preparing an elaborate troueicau for ooo of our beautiful bloode who III to be married soon Owing to tome mlsundcrsiandloirlbo oil development company li not devel Aoplog 10 rapidly as wo should like to report However a a friend has lug Rested the Rest Cure li very fish looable so perhaps our people have adopted tlat method for the time boo ing Rev Davidson pa torof the Baptist church preached at the Christian church Friday evening Services by a Rev Davidson at tho Daptlit church Saturday Sunday morning nod eYe ning Rider II 1C Berry II expected next Saturday to fill hIe appointment at the Christian church Dr Reddish of Somerset was here Sunday to remove tho platter from Mrs W U CuDdlfT broken limb Mrs Tom Hicks A patient of Dr lied dish II slowly recovering from severe Illness Mill Artie Sims Is convaloso lag Dr 0 M Thompson wont to Cin cinnati Friday Mrs Thompson and the children aro visiting relatives at Woodstock Dr and MM J W Ao ton have returned from a pleasant vis it to relatives In Polaikl Mr Mad e King of Lexington spent a few days with her parent hero Manford Cho volottc Is spending a tow day with his bomofolks and friends Mack VII lIam of Burgle Is visiting his moth er E D Carey Is with his mother this week Master Will McCarty bas returned from a visit to his aunt Mrs Duple at Lexington The strawberry and hoc cream supper given by tho ladles of tho Christian church was a decided success Tho pro a ceeds 12840 will go toward carpeting tbe church Nearly every one looked pretty and happy and though there was Ii large crowd there was no crowding and tbo best of order prevailed The weather was delightful Tbo church was tastily decorated with beautiful flowers Mr W L McCarty made an address Tbo choir rendered two or q threo selection Vernon Smith enter tamed tbocrowd with his Rrapbophono widowercenter of attraction With several of our attractive widows ho was being refreshed tho entlro evening The Iron root Is the latest Improvement to the church With a good organ a l email but excellent library sliver communion service together with oth or equipments tho Christian church fa- aI credit to our town Of what does a bad taste In your mouth remind you It Indicates that your atom ach Is In bad condition and will remind 1 you that there Is nothing so good for such a disorder as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after having once used them They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach and tegulate the bowels For solo at We per box by Oralg Hooker druggists A Missouri Pacific engine struck aI t suburban trolley car at Brentwoodnear St Louis Tho electric car was shat tered and more than 40 persons were hurt two of whom probably will die j NEWS NOTES Lord Draybrook died suddenly In EnglandJoe aarntJB of Adair was killed by tio accidental discharge of a pistol ho was examining A mob at South Wllkesbarrc In the anthracite region hanged Plorpont Morgan In olllgy A Chicago man cut his throat with a razor A copy of Sorrow of Satan was found by his side At Garden Grove la W fl Clark kept his threat to kill Dr W D Duff should bo over return to that place The Chicago packer will use trains for the distribution of moat and aban don a largo part of their team service Thorn was another volcanic outburst from Mont Iolee It seems that these outburst occur with the change of the moonGomez refuses to accept a pension of 18000 a year from the Cuban govern meat so long as the boy In tho trench es shall bo unprovided for Margaret Taylor the child who was kidnaped at Cincinnati and who was recovered In Italy has reached the homu of her parents at Cincinnati Squire Aldrldge and Joseph Ilerzog fought on tho street In Uawcsvlllo and and the former received a knife wound In tho throat that may prove fatal According to a bulletin issued by tho census ofllco a capital of 1457074037 I Invested In the manufacture of alcohol lo liquor In 21850 establishments Dat Mastreoo and three other gam bier were arrested In New York charged with running a brace game of faro A Mormon preacher lost 28000 William Edson an exconvict li un der arrest at Vlncenncs lad charged with assaulting a fouryearold girl whoso father in clamoring lor a lynch loll James Crank tho attache of Reeds trained animal show who was struck on tho head with a tent stake by Frank Dempsey another attache died at Ow iogsvlllo Dr August Wlttman of Louisville narrowly escaped being mobbed In Dayton Ky where bo conducted an ug host mans contest to advertise his medicines Tho court of Inquiry that Investigat ed the Venice cases has recommended court marshal for several ofllccrs but Admiral Crowlngsbleld has disapprov ed tbe findings Tbe Federal grand jury at New Or leans has Issued subpoenas for all the retail butcher of that city Tbe jury will Investigate tbo packers alleged combine and blacklist An Illinois Central train struck a buggy containing Marlon Cole agod 00 and Ned Parker 87 prominent farmers at Pryorsburg below Paducah killing Colo and fatally Injuring Parker Oae man was killed three were prob ably fatally Injured and nearly 60 others were hurt In tho wreck of an ox cursion train on the Detroit and Mack Inae railroad at Black River Mich The wbaleback steamer Thom Wil son was out almost In two by the steam er George G U ad Icy Capt Fitzgerald master a half mile South of tbe Du luth canal and nine men went down President Roosevelt through Secre tary Cortolyou notified the New York Board ot Trade and Transportation that there was co law for bill Interfer lOll In tho anthracite strlketho statute having been repealed In 1808 In turning suddenly near n table in tho Dourbon News ollloo at Paris John W Fowling a wollknowc newspaper man of Carlisle sustained a serious In jury to his right eye by coming In con tact with a projecting gas jet Col Crowdors report shows that during the war In South Africa the shipments of animals were Horses 03037 mules 76108 The value of tho shipments was 817030360 and 05 ves sole were employed making 160 voy agesOver 1000 lives aro reported to have been lost In the Guatemalan city of Hualhulon by tbo eruption ot Tocana volcano Earthquakes are said to have continued at short intervals ever since the disturbance on April 1 which de strayed Quoialtcnango Tbo organization of the Stato Fire meoa Association was perfected at Lexington Chief George Mull of Lex lagton was made president M F Rothschild vice president and Ed ward Hlto Paris secretary The first meeting of tbo now association will bo hold In Paris October 23 and 21 The House ot Commons and House of Lords voted 50000 pounds to Lord Kitchener for his services In South Africa In tho former body William Red mood tho Irish Nationalist created a scone ot treat disorder by opposing the measure His volco was finally drowned by yells and groans Robert Franco WM given a judgment for 12000 against the Plnovlllo Coal Company for Injuries sustained lastI August by Frances child Franco was pushing a baby carriage with his two children In It along the road beneath the companys tipple when a piece of cblldronI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A good oil well was brought in near Grays Station In Knox county Col J 1C Bishop tho wellknown traveling man died at Danville Fri day Ebonotlo Ferris has boon appointed OFarrlInernard Wilkinson accidentally shot and killed his friend John Madden near Lebanon Thomas A Bird was acquitted at Ploevillo of the murder of Emma Cow IDS In Clay county a Tom Jewell convicted In the Spencer court for killing Nathan and John Bruner was given two years Marlon Stratton was acquitted at Nlcbolasvllloof killing Leo Parker In a JanuaryTbejudgment of the Boyle circuit court of W V Richardson vs the Louisville Pot In a freight wreck near Tatevllle Pulaskl county Hiram Silvers was horribly mangled dying a few hours later His limbs were mashed to a Joy Daniel Hubbard of near Palestine Pulaskl county received a fatal stroke of paralysis while making tobacco hills He only lived 40 minutes Postmaster W M Bingham has re ceived notice that Plnovlllo has been designated as an International money order ant co to begin service July 1 1002 A halt grown son of John Naylor of Garrard county was bitten by a cat from which blood poisoning set In and the boy died from the effects In about a weekHoward Camnltz who gained such a wide reputation for his efficiency as a twirler on tho Central University baseball team during the past season has accepted a fine position with the Cotton Belt League of Mississippi Advo cite E A Sherman who has many friends in this county has been appointed trainmaster ot the Q d C route with headquarters in Lexington Mr SherI man is one of the oldest employee of the road having been with the Q C for 20 years County Judge Gregory of Louisville appointed John Buchanan as adminis trator of the estate of John A Hatdc man to succeed W N Haldeman deceased The appointment was made at the request of the widow who II ash tar of Mr Buchanan Following are tho graduates of the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Dan yule Bessie Enjflemaa Shelby City Snowa Frost Burnslde Mary Dickin son Manchester Mary Kennedy Cat lottsburg Laura Adams Parr Haley Hamilton Bcattyvlllo Milton Miller Smlthland Graduating exercises oc curred yesterday afternoon- MATRIMONIAL The announcement of the engage mont ot Dr J Rico Cowan of Dan yule and Mitt Viola Palmer of Mil ledgevlllc Ga ban been made The wedding will occur In Mlllodgevllle July 20- Doojaraln Franklin Birch of Tiffin ono ot the wealthiest residents of Southwestern Missouri and Miss Emma Jennings wore married by tbo Rev M Shirley The bridegroom Is 71 and his bride Is 17 John Waren Shelby formerly ol this county and Mlssj Pearl Christine Haze of El Dorado Kansas will bo married soon Mr Shelby is now a re sident of Oklahoma Territory where he removed two or tbreeyears ago Ho Is a great grandson of Gen Isaac Shel by Kentuckys first governor Tho marriage ceremony of Miss Ida Francis Collier and Mr Joseph Evans Robinson will bo performed by Elder A R Moore of the Christian church at 0 oclock this morning at tho homo ot the brides parents Gen and Mrs Daniel R Collier on Lexington Avo flue Lancaster The wedding Is to boa quiet affair only relatives and Intimate friends being Invited There will bo no attendants Tbe decorations will consist of potted plants palms and tarns The bride will wear a traveling suit of blue with hat and gloves to match and will carry bridesmaids roses nod carnations Tbo bridal party will leave immediately for Danville whore they will take tbe train for a short journey to bo absent about two weeks after which time they will be hat homo with tho brides parents The bride Is ono of Garrard countys handsomest and most popular young ladies and the man who has won her is to bo congratulated Tho groom Is an ex Lincoln county gentleman who Is making his mark at tbo Lancaster bar Tbo two bavo been sweethearts a long tlmo and now that their lives will soon beI united wo sincerely trust they will find happiness In each other beyond oven INTERIORIulatlons to the nappy pair and wishes ceasingjoy MISS FLORENCE L SPRAGEN3 Who will represent Georgetown Col legoin the young ladles contest at Wedneldayevoolag beauty and Is as talented as she is at tractive Mlle Spragens has won mer it as an elocutionist and her clam for honors that evening will cause tbo careful consideration of the judges Her subject is The Shadow of the Guillotine Saufley d Alverson mgrs HUSTONVILLE Mr Bentley of Louisville has open ed a barber shop In the rooms overJas Frycri store- D M Llpps Son are running their mill only about halt time owing to tbe scarcity of wheat T L Carpenter sold rora fancy price to E B Wheat of Adalr a threeyear old Aberdeen bull There are more well stocked stores In Huslonville than In any town in the State size considered Vocal and elocutionary contests are spoken ot here The latter will likely be held during the fair Tbo telephone exchange over Weath crford sit Myers store Iwell managed by Miss Dot Camnltz who Is as oblig ing as she Is efficient Mr J W Lockrldge bas the cutest kind of an office over Weatherford aL Myers store J Roy B Rose also at tends to his police judge duties there George E Alford has had more of fore on his high acting bay gelding Ho is a great horse and Mr A Is very sensibly holding him for a good price A good delegation from here will at tend the elocutionary contest to be giv on by Messrs Saulloy S Alverson on Wednesday evening Juno 18 at Wal tons Opera IIoue- oEvorbodyllooklng forward to a good time at the fair July 30 31 and Aug 1 The selection ot W W Lyon president and Will D Hooker secre tarp was both admirable and sensi ble Mrs Mary Green Is slowly Irnprov leg Mlases Llzzlo Tarklngton and Suo Latimer of Boyle are with Miss Minnie Dlnwlddie Miss Mania Din wlddle is expected homo from Jeffer gonvllle this week Wallace Hall who was a clerk In tbo census bureau al Washington was one of the 2500 who was not retained the work of tbo of lice being virtually over Mr Hall Is a fine young man and his friends arc sorry that ho was not among the fortunate who were held Jaa W Allen who is feeding hogs in Casey spent Saturday and Sunday with his sonCar roll Reid Allen at Mr Sanuel Reid s Juno H Reid now a commercial tour let spent a tow days with his wife and son hero Jcsso Dunn continues criti cally 111 His aunt Mrs Dr Clifton Fowler Is a constant attendant at his bedside Mr Lou Holmes spent Sunday at tho best hotel in the State Wcuthcrfords Mrs D S Carpenter was In Danville Saturday Miss Salllo Cooke of Nashville Is gladdening her friends hero by a visit George D Wcathorford W S Dryo and Tack Nail will spend next Sunday In Cincin nati Wo are fearful of losing our splendid dressmaker Miss Ellen Pow ors to Stanford She thinks of locat- Ing there C W Adams continues ill CHURCH Rev T M Green will preach at the Baptist church Friday evening and Sunday morning and evening Rev Chits A White of Kansas City will preach at Turnersvllle Christian church Wednesday evening at 715 in the Interest of the extension fund It is hoped that all whocan will attend Gov Jefferson Davis has accepted the Invitation of the Baptist church of Russellvltle Ark his home and hOB rejoined that church His friends claim this to be a vindication of tho recent withdrawal of membership by a Little Rock congregation Seven Inches of rain fell to an hour at Mitchell S D I V VY o 3 o Trp r1 J fi = == n iig iJ COME TO US I I 1 r i Ii EJIF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHESIt AND WE WILL SEND YOU FORTH t J rnAWELL DRESSED MAN 1 i appearIECi rfl iworld And it doesnt cost so very much either 1 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT Jf j THE GLOBEI l Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing I fl jYourmoney back it youre not saUs edfy T 0 huLLER Danville Kib mlIl1l11l11mlIrnllmmrm IImmntllllllr IIItrmmmi 11 NOTICEsz a r = a t New York Stores Specials = For This Week t lJ= Mens fine Shirts worth 75c and fl our price 43c all sizes Men s a= every day shirts worth 60o and 75c our price 23c Mens shoes that SS are worth 1160 at USe Mens shoes worth fli5 at 1128 Mens fine a MensSia = Mens 5 Suits Now Go For 298 p EMene 760 suits for 448 fIO suits for 1650 112 suits for 750 115oEsulfafor 19 25 E StSrBoya suits at your own price Boys pants worth 50c at EE 19c For bargains go toaThe New York Store f COrf Text door to Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Ky rJmmmmuuumuuu IU1UUl1UUlU JIIIIIIIIIIIJII JIIIIIIIIIIIIC I The lincolnOil Gas And Mineral COmpanyt OF STANFORD ICY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full t Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS J II Baughman Pres A T Nunnelley VicePros W II Wear cnTreas li Holm See yrDIRECTORS W M Bright W II Shanks W B McKInney di 6 BaughmanI Y J II Baughman i Tho 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 the M S Baugh N iandthe probable value of undeveloped oil lands u tho result of cfioru at on adjoining None of tbe stock reserved oy the incorporator developmoBtI I by them until tbe entire amouut so reserved has been sold and when tar arising therefrom will be used In developing the companys holdings No officer KE or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation for his time and labor unless by good management the entire otock of tho compauy is rendered valuablo by reason of the untiring efforts of the officers and directors The i stock is nonasecssabic and the private property of the stockholder Is not liable for corporate debts It is incorporated under tbe laws of tho State of Kentucky Its fCtivoAT COST FOR CASH DRY GOODS CLOTHING a BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS UNDERWEAR GEORGE H FARRIS CO 411tiederA preparationfor eradicating the disJagreeable odorslarising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients aro perfectly harmless Prepared by WeB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY r Jr + pniFrMMMMfimeRLs MJaNtirtit t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f Eo C WALTON W P WALTON Iba Candidate for lUllrotd Commltslonf for the Dlitrict inblect to the will ofthe democrat H H HENNINGER Of Wayne County II a andk ate for State Tre3a nier obJect to th action of the Dciuocntte put G G GILBERT- Of Shelbvvllle I a candidate for the dewocralle DomlDalton for Congraa In this the 8th dlltriU tubjtct to the primary to be held Saturday Aug 9 TUB Richmond Va Times expresPEII a truth forcibly as follows There are times In the history of every newspaper when In order to maintain Its rhar attar It must refuse to go with the crowd and when that time cornea Its 1subscription list will drop off for the time being But when a newspaper has founded Itself upon the eternal prlt plea It Is not only good morals but f good business font to walk In Us In 1tegrlty Such a paper once well etab llsbed Is simply Invincible Its readers may not agree with It always but they respect it sad honor It whether or i not and they will continue to patronizeI It It will be a sad day for this coun try when the case Is otherwise when a- I newspaper must sacrifice its prlncl s plea and character In order to eucceed in business 6THEvisitation of the 17year locusts 1 scheduled for this month may be a 1 a blessing In dlogulse if the French ImanIs right He Is quoted as saylnl the locusts are very good to eat toothsome delicate and nourishing In France he says locusts are served with sweetbreads and are highly esteemed as a delicacy This Frenchman has In voted a number of his friends to psr take of a locust dinner with him He t will serve them In soup broiled fried roasted and In pies He describes the flesh as being somewhat like soft sheH tcrabor shrimp though with hardly 80 much flavor If all this Is true the beef trust will be up against it when the locusts arrive and the people will take to them for food TUB tariff on foreign meats does not In the slightest benefit cattle raisers t It goes almost entirely to the beef trutt or to any body of men that can control i in dressed beef It is the ItarlfIthat allows the trust to dictate of both cattle on the hoof and Jdressed regardless of the natural law of supply and demand Let the Cana r dlan Mexican and South American cattle In and see how quick the price I 1ofmeat will tumble and the beef tango to pieces Several bills have been f Introduced In the House to remove the tariff but they were Immediately but led by the ways and means committee could give relief at once but jConRreu dare not do so JUNE 14 Is flag day It was on tbat occasion that Congress sitting In Phi adelphla In 1777 enacted that lithe fiag of the 13 United States bo 13 stripe alternate red and white In a blue field 1 representing a new constellation It- t i is a very appropriate and patriotic I thing on this recurring anniversary to let the flag Hy from every housetop iwhereveron the round earth America has been extended and Stanford should join in the celcbn tlon 1 AFTER working on It exactly a year the Virginia convention adopted the new constitution by a vote of 00 to 19 Two republicans and 88 democratl members were recorded aye the reo rosining republicans voting In the nag atlvo The object of the convention was to correct certain abuses and to eliminate the Ignorant Negro vote If the work prove successful both the time 1and money will prove well spent heavy as they have been Gus RICHARDSON of Meade county l tells the Louisville papers that he III t the only announced candidate for State treasurer He should post himself I Mr H H Hennlnger of Wayne bas been announced for months and is gain Ing ground dally It Is Waynes time for a State office and we believe Mr Henninger will get there TUB chances of democratic succee thla fall seem from the present outlook to be excellent The party Is rapidly becoming united and conventions have llmlnated from their platforms ques lions which tended to destroy harmony This Is democratic year aura and cer tan CONGRESSMAN GILUERT will have a walkover for the nomination and it is more than likely that a similar state or i affairs will exist In the final Republl cans realize that It will be time and money foolishly opent In trying to de feat him SENATOR HANNA has changed hit mind He made an hours talk In the Senate In advocacy of the Panama route Up to a few days ago he warm ly favored the NIcaraguan canal Smart men change their minds you know iWEsympathize with our good friend John Pearl editor of the London Dem ocrat who got two fingers mangled while feeding a job press 4000e POLITICAL I F I Jones has been appointed pOlt master at Combs Madison county The House at Washington passed the Autl anarchy Bill by a vote of li5 to 38 J W Reasor of Taylorsvllle III a candidate for Commonwealths attornel In the 12th district- A postofllco has been established at Selma Harrison county with Wm W Renaker as postmaster- Politicians at Frankfort are talking of a scheme to nominate candidates flr State ofllces at a primary The convention order has been reo scluded In the 12th judicial district and a primary called for Aug 16 Wilkes U Morgan of Lawrencebi has withdrawn from the race for Commonwealths attorney of his district Hon David R Murray of Brecl ridge county has withdrawn from trace for circuit judge In his district The Virginia constitutional com tlon adopted the new constitution hy a recorded vote of 90 to 19 Two repub Means voted with the democrats The House committee on military affairs recommended that the relolu tlon requesting Information as to com pcnsatlon paid Gen Wood lie on the tableE B Samuels county clerk of Hick man will probably be a candidate for the democratic nomination for railroad Commissioner to succeed the Hon J Fletcher Dempsey J M Terrell was nominated for governor In the democratic primaries In Georgia Senator Clay was renomlc ed W H Fleming was the only Con ressman who failed of renomlcatl 3e was defeated by W T Hardwick King Edward and Queen Alexandria have accepted an Invitation todinewith Ambassador Choate This is the flrst Incident of the kind for over a ccntury la England and Is regarded as a fnrther evidence of the King special friendship for the United States The democratic Congressional con cntlon for the Fourth Indiana district met In Nashville and unanimously reo nominated Congressman F M Grlflll Tbe convention was held In the courthouse yardand was unique In that no platform was adopted and no committees were appointed Senator Depew spoke In advocacy of he bill appropriating 810000000 for the purchase of 2000000 acres of land Vlr2lnjllacalms that within 10 years the hardwood forests in the proposed reserve sections would be destroyed In a decision rendered the court of appeals holds that the courts have no authority to proceed further In easel istltuted under the McCain tobacco law prior to Its repeal Though the repeal act la not yet effective the court bolds that It would be before a flnat idgment could be entered The opt Ion upholds the constitutionality of the IcCaln law The democratic Congressional com ilttee of the Fifth district the appellate committee of the Fourth district aDd the judicial committee of the 30th strict met In Louisville and Issued a- call for a delegate convention to beheld Monday June 30 to make nominations for Congressman appellate Judge and two judges of the Jefferso circuit court common pleas division During the debate In the House on- the antl anarchy bill Mr Richardson of Alabama severely condemned Pres- Ident Roosevelts reference in his memorial day address to the civil war and to lynchlngs In the South He con laded that It was In violation of the oc- caslon The provision In the Senate bill providing for a guard for the pres- Ident from the regular army was trick en out It sought to make the tilling of the president punishable by death without any qualification THIS AND THAT J Plerpont Morgan is said to be In- danJer of nervous collapse Harry Tracy and David Merrill killed three guards and escaped from the Salem Oregon jail John C Acheson of Harrodsburg will succeed Dr Ely as President of Caldwell College Danville Sbepard Webb an undertaker dropped dead at Pleasant View Tenn while officiating at a burial Hood Worthington sold to B F- SInders of Harrodsburg 106 Iambs sraglng 78 pounds at 6c Advocate At Bay City Mich an organist poured kerosene over his clothing in a CatboUo church set fire to them and- dIed a horrible death The report that the court and bar at Jackson are terrorized by feudists Is vigorously denied by a prominent cltl- zen of Breathitt county- A syndicate of Louisville business men beaded by former Mayor Charles P Weaver has secured some valuable 011 territory In Knox county- A P Bruce sold his Interest In the- flrm of Bruce dt Bright to Forestui Reid and B Frank Robinson posses slon to be given the first of July docate The death of Joe convict In the penitentiary at Frankfort Is believed to hays been due to eating soap In order to reduce himself and excite lIympathyTne of Prison Commissioners leased the labor of 400 convicts at 50o per day the highest price over reo- ceived for convict labor in this State- Tbe Franfort Shoo Manufacturing Co Is the lessee ILANCASTER The streets are being repaired with crushed stone The ladles aid society will servo a court day dinner the 23d Sheriff Lawson arrested a Negro Jonas Leavell for hog stealing Sun Bros circus Is billed to show at this place on Thursday June 19 The W C T U is preparing for an entertainment In the near future C A Robinson sold a good beef at 3c Sweeney Morgan bought 80 hogs at 6c Marshall Denny Is now an alfable clerk In the hardware store of K F Poetic Miss Allio Dunn will give her school entertainment for the benefit of the W OTUDr a returned missionary from Africa preached at the Melhodl church Sunday morning The Christian Endeavor has changed Its hour to 71 M and will convene In the prayermeeting room Elder C H White will preach at tbe Christian church next Sunday evcnlt on Church Extension Work James Murphy died the latter part the week at his home near Buckeye of consumption The Interment took place In that vicinity James I Hamilton sold a horse to J T Cherry of Brodhead for 125- H S Haselden bought a good horse of G S Gaines of Danville On next Sunday at 2 oclock the Mac abees will hold decoration services at the cemetery All Sir Knights are expected to lend their presence See Saufley Hughes and get your reserved seat tickets for the elocution sry contest at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening Juno ISih T S Elkin bought some butche tuff from Henry Anderson at 3c from Bob West some at 3c John Hayc sold Elkin some fat sheep at 3o and Henry Duncan sold same some hogs at cAn automobile has been purchase bV the Richmond Elks lodge and Is to- be rallied off at the fair Held In tbs Uy July 1410 The maohlne will he rought to this place for the ediQcatlo of the Lancaster people The storms of Friday and Saturday tights were quite severe In this locall- ty and were accompanied by a heavy downfall of hall at Hlattsvillo The gntntng struck a largo tree In Mr John Andersons yard shattering It and the crasn of the heavy branches on- the roof of the house caused much fright among the Inmates This morning at 0 oclock Miss Frances Collier and Mr Joe E Robinson were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents Gen and Mrs D R Collier Elder A R Moore the Christian minister officiating The bride was becomingly attired in a blue tailor made suit and the groom In the conventional black There were no attendant and the contracting couple iletly entered the parlor to the strain of the wedding march played by Miss Theo Hemphill Miss Besslo Balsoc rendered a vocal solo followed by a skll- ful piano execution of the palms After- the ceremony the newly wedded pair- left for a bridal tour Mrs James H Taylor of Chicago Is- tbe guest of Mrs W B Mason Mrs Robert Henry of El Dorado Ark Is biting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Robinson Mrs A L Brown of Icholasvllle and Miss Cordle Hamll ton of Buena Vista have been visiting Mre Letcher O rsley Mr Lundy of Texas is the guest of Dee Gulley Sam Harrill of Louisville spent the first of- tbe week with Mr and Mrs E W Harris Mrs Lear Is visiting her old- home at Clrolevllle O Mrs J WEI- more and children are visiting relatives 10 Madison Miss Kittle Mason Is the- guest of her slater Mrs H N Faul coner of Hlllsboro O Miss Susie Hilton has returned to her home at odhead Miss Ada DIckerson of cholasvllle Is expected as the guest of Mrs Letcher Owsley Mr and Mrs James Robinson of Knoxville are- here as guests for the CollierRobinson wedding Miss Minnie Cotton of Dan- vllle has been with her cousin Mlel- lLena Rlgnoy Mr and Mrs R G- Price of Danville spout Sunday with- Mrs M P Friable Mr and Mrs H C Baugbman of Hustonvlllo haVR- been guests of Mrs W S Beazley- Mrs Margaret Gill had a relapse Sunday and her death was hourly expected She remains In a low state Mrs M P Friable la spending commencement week lu Danville John Paul Ml1ler 1s at home from State College Lexlnton i I f 1 e Grand header Specials Ili1 ct ell FOR THIS WEEKstp 1 r e 300Ltdieastreot hats worth 8125 8160 I and 82 this week 50c HLndics vests taped lUlo finish 25o goods this ICc- SI o IJntisto girdle corset this week 18c 34inch White JIadraa fbr shirt waist worth 35c this week 25c to Special 60c hose for lilies colored and i black 25c 50 Wash skirts Piquo nml Litton worth upl to 83 08c- lOo Pearl buttons this week Co per dozen llond 50c work shirts this week 25c t Mens 50c belts this week 25c 1 it The Grand LeaderHays Levy Props S B Levy Manager P e 55s5 y iii i i Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid tablo Everything first claae lortera meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHA Y ST Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o 0 Write For Price TIMBR UND FOR SOLE In order tQ setUe the partnershlpbsslne of John Boats Jr and J O llonta having died lut December we will sail S7M aertll or tiMberland In Adalreou ylty This land oontnlni between ltftMO and 5HOM feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory Umber TMI tract ot land U close to tho femoui ell Odl of Wayno county and U exceedingly w1 adapted for agricultural nurpoM All ot U In one body and It la a bargain fortome one For particular apply to J n COU TEit Middleburg Ky Or to E M Ilardln Ilarrodtburg or OlOr llonta Faulkner K- yGOLDEN WBHLTI Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil THE GREEN RIVER DFVELOPMEN CO bILl commenced operation on the Dr Morris farm one mile from the Uanghmi well running day and night A blr well tl expected The Baughman well hoi been by expert oil men who law It balled to be good for at least 100 barrc per day and of high gravity Illummatli oil Welltofthli character are far more valuable than a gusher All of our boldlD1 hue been carefully selected and we conll dently expect some wells In near future We now offer a limited number of shares tor tale at 40c a ibarei tbo value IlnOO a a hare fully paid and nODlAlleuablo nuy today don t delay when we get a big stock will advanced and prot ably withdrawn from the market within notice S3 shares U the smallest block it- Company will issue Remit by certlfli check or pottofflco ores or call on or addrcaa 8 Gray General Manage Crab Orchard Ky or W 8 Foutz teen tart and Treasurer Olnefield W Ya QUASI NO 2127I- n French Coach Hone Stud Hook of Amer- Ica also In Republic FranoiUe Ha rae Natlonaux No 126t3 Winner of Ont prize at the National Un venal Exposition IarU 1897 and In 1808 tom tong over ftOitalllont Imports by M Ttcbener k Co of Chicago Ir ISO Color bay with imall ttar black points I6X hands highs In working order I3S pounds table April 28 UOi tired by M Lcmelend of Commune of Hubenvllli department of Lamorchli got by the govern meat talllou Frame dam Charmantl by- LeDard second dam by Revolution Quail will make the present season of 1003 at mv farm two and mllei from Stanford aD Hustonvlllo pike At 10 the Heason or 116 to Insure a Llv Ing Colt DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Kstollo 210Ji Sired bi llcadl Ooldduit 4400 by Ooldduit 150 bj Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl an Im orted Arabian italllon Doney Golddutti aam U Florence by Oolden Mlnco Oblef It- Ion of Gaffs Morgan making him an In Inbred Morgan utallton descending from Justin Morgan on both tides the beat family of road horses known Doney Gold dust fl a dark bay full IB bands high and weighs 1 200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern horse combining MI the qualities for harness and saddle and are in at top prlc- es Wilt make the present season at my farm StanfordAt Insure A Colt also stand a good mule Jack at 97 U IWill kept at 50 cents per week No re for accidents or escapes The- eat of personal attention yon F REID Stanford Ky nawuiorwrnc Ladies 6150 shoes row toes and styles this week 110 dozen ladies worth up to 50e Ithis week Oc irons fine suits worth 812 this week 808 Mens fine suite worth 310 this week 8050 olMens fine suits worth 8750 this week i 8490 Host Cottoumlo pants for mOil tots week are 125 Jeans panU this wcok COo BfiyDout fail to buy these bargains every one liB motley saver to Kf DA1TVILLE I IANNOUNCEMENT II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs II Sterling Silver Novelties c will interest you to look nt tlteto goods and findout y nco8 Dome strictly each business WITHOUT irxcinTinx lilt mo to soilat tho very lowest figures qualities COfll tllIof ooniplicat vntcliw specialty If you to got your watchor clock properly repaired bring it DO IT Snti ctioH I wC H ELLERIi About LongLived Paints Ifyou get hold of poor paint it will bo year or two before you find out that your money and labor have been largely wasted Tho tartly discovery will not lowen your oxaepom tiou any Make youreolf secure by buying brand you can be sure of Maatic Mlxod Points aro strictly high grade No other paint covers so much Hirfltco and no other withstands the weather so well The colors two rich and per manent nUll tho cost ia very low all things considered Come in and let us have paint talk Pennys Drug Store LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK asICAPITAL STOCK 98OOOO 4 I Directors J B Paxton J D Owiley 811 Shanks W O Walker GeoJ W Carter fI r i Five bolts 55 r i d S 00 j s S S S e e I +M S u n n 1 n t n a a StankSuccessor to The Barmen Trust Company and under tame continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will provo mntially beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1658 then reorganized as thu National Rank of Stanford In 188J and again reorganized as the Joint National Bank of Stanford la 1862 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It It better supplied now with facilities for transacting business promptly and well than ever before In lea long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited IStanfordKy I IOfficers 8 n SUANKSeD S J II OW8LEV Cashier w M nntoiiT Asst Cashier OfficersnJ 8 HOOKER Iret J J McnORERTfl Ohm W H WEAKEN Bkpr I Directors it V Reid Lincoln Co 00JCoJM D Eltnore Stanford B II Banghman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble StanfordW r fl TRUSSESOF 1 AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES Craig Hocker STANFORD ka a x r4THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J STANFORD KY JUNU 10 1002 In fllllntr your prescriptions wo uio proporUonlnot do better If yon paid ui double tbo price which Is always reasonable Penny Drug Store 1 PERSONALS I tJ LoSL Lick yesterdayad0MItwas hero Sunday MRS L L DOTY and ion visited her parents In Bourbon eAMit D K WREN of Paducab Is relatives hero Mu P P NCNNELLEY who has been ill Is out again Miss GKOKOIA LEWIS Is at the Valparaiso Normal School APPERBON NEVIUS of Winchester I 1wa with the bomefollcs Mn AND MRS OEOUOE C KELLER JR were hero Saturday JAB C KNQLKMAN now a Louisville jeweler was at homo several days EMIL DEIIQEU has moved his family from the Jumbo section to Indiana MR 8 V ROWLAND of Danville pasted up to Crab Orchard Springs Friday MRS J S OWSLEY JR II visiting her sister Mrs Gusilo Phillips ID Danville 1 Miss LOUISE COVINOTON of Rich mood was the guest of Mill Bar Dauifhman Miss EDNA OAUOHMAN of Duston silo has returned from a protracted visit to Texas MRs L D HOLLINSWORTH and son 1 Robert of Ix ulsvlllo are with tbo ram ily of Mr S It COOK MR AND MRS II R OAMNITK of taIIuetoovlllofamily of O D Cooper Miss EMMA OwSLEY wont to Le- P Incton Sunday to lie her new oleo IfI Mlu Mary Miller Walton- I MoKinaeyatMiss Maole Ware graduate MIss JBSBIK D OOOKE arrived from t Nashville Saturday night to visit rein beli of an letore In a big drug store In Louisville MRS J 0 Tecicnrtand Miss Ltllle t Garner of the East Bod arc attending I 1 district conference at Moreland DR AND MRS ClIARLBB IlARVIBLLn of St Lout will arrive today to visit her parents Dr and Mrs Steele Dal= Icy MRS ALtaR Lusif of Iluttonvtlle and Mrs Mary Lusk MeAfec of Pitta burg wore guest of friends hero So unlay MRS W B MeRoiiBRTS daughters Misses Mary and Nellie and Mlis I Maudo Varooo wont to Loulsvlllo yes terday MR A M F LAND who II getting very Inflrm drove to town Friday eve clog and ho was glyen a warm welcome by his friends GRANVILLB OWENS has returned homo alter a five months stay In thoSt l South ID the picture business r Vernon Signal Miss LOUISE EASTLAND returned to Louisville with her brother Mr del land Eastland and will spend some r time with him ED WILKINSON who bus been 111 orue a month or more was able to come up town Saturday and shake bands with his host of friends TIlE Democrat enjoyed a call yester day from Its old friend Dr Steele Bat ley of Stanford who camo over to dli pose of some Ono Jerseys Lexington Democrat Tug friends of Miss Nantlo Wile Bell will be interested to learn of h marriage on Juno 12 to Mr Charles Harrison of Lawrenceburg Darrodi burg Democrat Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS of Stan Jford Is visiting Mr and Mrs Bland Mrs R E SBUce and dauab ter arrived Tuesday night from a vii in Hendcrsonvllle Daovllle Newt A DANVILLE dispatch says A Biggins of Stanford has been named to succeed Proto Daniel L Thomaswho resigned his position a assistant In the l Danvlllo public school Mr Illgglns Is ono of the valedictorians this year In Centre College itA GEORGIA WEDDINOby Miss Jo scphlno Haydon was well described and the character finely Impersonated Mies Haydea showed fine talent and her modest and attractive manner add DomoImencement ELLIS HARKLEROAD has grown Inches and Grandpa Riley Is so proud be has quit work and dont care If more oil Is ever found They aroIi delighted and have a right to S a beautiful girl born Saturday morn lag at 7 oclock to Mm Ellis Harkc road London Democrat Mu HFH DENNINUER wife sod daughter of Montlccllo are guests of Mr C C Gover Mr H Is a candI- date for State treasurer and ho made many friends at court yesterday Ho Is a fine gentleman an excellent dem carat and would mako a capital cuela J dlan of the States money r e MR J R BUSH Is here from Richmond I MR MATT WOODSON is hero from Sconces forMyeuerdayforR n O PENNiNfiTON was over from M eMissconvalescent after a loop Illness PROS M O WINFREY has been se cured to conduct the Boyle county ID stltuto attendingthendon MRS MAGGIE L MARTIN has return from St Catherines college at Boll var TenD vllltlnJbelIn fcMi83gave a swell dinner Friday to a number 61 her young friends Miss NETTIE WRAY Is back from n protracted visit to Mrs n C Baugh man In the West End Miss MARY LEWIS who has bee with the family of Dr Lewis returns to coJnon Junction are visiting her mother BlMRhandsome little son came down Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs J G Crutch field JOE ROSENSTEIN of Frankfort was hero yesterday helping his brother in the Now York Store C HoseD teln ft Co proprietors para ty at and went OD tbo excursion to Cincinnati and Fort nMBSSIISIs of Richmond wore here yesterday talking fair to our coal people which Is to be held there July 1410 SATURDAYS Loulsvlllo Times con med a picture of Mr Allred A HI g glee of this place who won the honor Ucilveralt3xSHARI of Wll llarosburg aocompnnled by his wife an little daughter MaurIne visited the Eord went to St daughtomcollegethereDit WM SHKLTON Rev R B Ma attooetanalaltasSirswboIbeen named Mary Miller for Iu mater sal groat grandmother rLOCALS I Ttr AORNOY genuine Whitman toddle I J O McClary w WANTDD7b44 twofoot boards delivered at Pruacbersvllle J C Slier Lancaster LlQUTNlNO struck and destroyed nine big trees on Hon J 8 Owsleya farm during the storm Saturday night PAPERS prlnUac fair daLe will please insert In the list Crab Orchard Pal July 23 24 and 25 and Buetoovll Fair July 30 31 and Aug 1 SMALLPOXMr Josh Wilson R was hero from Dee Lick yesterday told that there are 16 or 20 coins of smallpox between his town and Cr Orchard SEATS for tho oteettobbheld Juno 20 aro on solo at Frlsblos drug store Lancaiter Adams drug store Hus tonvillo and McRoberts1 drug taro E H Beazloy mgr OnWILL SHOOT Mr A W Smith the SmithWithers Oil Co told yesterday that his company west shoot its well near Jumbo this week depth of 1040 feet has been reached CASEY LODGE No 424 F d A M t DltA praseAdinner will bo set p MR H R OAMNITZ Hustonvlllos efllclent postmaster who has boon looking after ibo Moreland office olnco tho death of Postmaster J H Minks turned the affairs over yesterday to Mr Minks widow whoso credentials camo Friday Mrs Minks will bo at elated in the office by her son toDr leaving her property to her t6 Thoseelx of also went to probate The former leaves idallhefeI THE Impromptu bop siren by tho young gentlemen of this city at Wai tons Opera House Friday evening proved to bo qulto an enjoyable occas alJdrened DEERINO binder and mower repairs at Beazloy flays CRAU ORCHARD has night malls now and will have during the Springs sea son WE lairofhay that we will teaJWALLACE WALTER Is receiving a largo lot of now goods at his store on Logan avenue Call and see I MR W C GREENINO our hustling west End citizen secured the contract to build tho parsonage for tbo Presby tcrlans at Lancaster Tim Stanford Hop Club will meet at the courthouse Wednesday night at 830 to perfect plans for the Juno hop ull attendance requested PICTURES of the eight young ladles who will take part In E H Bcazleys OperanOuleLoulsvlllo Times AlcobartdOpera110uleyou will have to GO WAY HACK AND DOWN Saufloy S Alvorson Mgrs FAIR PmVILEOBiRealed bids for tho various privileges of the Crab Or anbeJuly 10 1102 Direct all communica SecretaryCrab WONDERFUL Fourteen year old bites May Hendrlcks of the Way Des burg section entertained a large crowd yesterday by playing a banjo rltlnt etc with her teat The young lady was born without arms but sho doesnt seem to be greatly Inconven tented by the absence of them AUTHORIZED You can rest assured that I have been authorized to use rv cry name that I have gluon as an n Cdgreaiest contest over hold The man A gar has the authority and will notify the public of any change on tho prcpgram E H Beazley mgr tatadayDenry1 the Gilberts Creek tattoo were glv on a scare A stray bullets camo fro somewhere and knocked a stick out siltatollowlo6oe 6 or no n getting homo BOND ISSUE FEATEpAGAINF Or the stood flea the proposition to vote bonds for the erection of a graded SaturdayTboI 112000 worth of bonds loOl against It required a two thirds majority ery voter obtainable was on hand bo sides working like Trojans to carry their ends There were no mlsundcr standings during the day wo aro glad to say PLEASANT OCCASION Friday at home of her uncle Mr James Du derar Miss Bessie Yanlls entertained a number of her friends In honor of her vlsliors Misses Belo May Susanna Iraleo e r rard Those present were Klttlo Gooc Ka4ot0 CooperAnDa KaabA most pleasing program was carried out recitations songs music games of all kinds made the da enjoyable Indeed At the proper hour dinner was served the tables weight ed EveryonelelLtheca The occasion was enjoyed Carteuer in enjoyAea sun bad sunk low before the goodbyes were sold The day so tall of pleasure sywas too short for all X termrataJudge M C Saullcy bad delivered an able charge to the greed jury ti wheels of justice begun to grind The grand juay Is as follows Geo S Carpenter Sidney Dunbar R Pad eu J W Dlshon S R Dudder ar A C Carman S M Chandler G D Robinson A J Thompson JPR- llre J L Hutchlns A Johnson The petit jury Is composed of tho fol Wh0B W CaliCrelgbtonLter J H Collier Wm Moser S M Helm T J Goocb J H McAllster J R Beazloy John A Allen S E Eites C B McGufTey J W Thompson was acquitted of selling liquor Bud Stringer was fined 120 for disturbing religious worship Dan Hester was fined 850 for furol fog a minor liquor Wm Anderson oIt ed f50 and 20 days In jail for carryl concealed weapons aud 110 for dlaturb Ing religious worship Court adjourned at noon until t morning DEERINO machine knives at cost Geo H Farris dr Co j YOUNoI11I ecretla aged 18 died at Highland of consumption yesterday 11 TO 0 Stanfords second bate ball m went to Hustonvlllo Saturday af noon and met defeat 11 lo G THE Ladles AidSociety the Pres bytcrian church will meet with Mrs Dr Hugh Reid nt3p M Friday 13 I FOR SALE New England Upright piano cost 1350 In firstclass order Will sell cheap Address Box 24 Stanford Ky 3t I W bqlilliamweeks ago died yesterday Rowsey Is still at largo j Mn W S BPRCII resigned as chairman of the democratic county commit I teo yesterday and Hon R C Warren was elected In his stead Mr Burch Is vtlll a member of the committee I TILE Green River Development Co has abandoned its well on Dr Morris farm at 840 feet The drill will bo moved lo E T Pences farm where work will begin for the Buffalo Oil Co VOCAL AND ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST On Thursday evening July 31 Mr W C Greening will hold a vocal d elocutionary contest In Alcorns pera House at Hustonvlllo when two bandsomo prizes will be lIveD This will be the second night of the Huston vllle fair and a large crowd may be expected Young ladles desiring to enter should write Mr Greening at Huston vlle at once ofStanfordsession just closed shows an excellent record of attendance on the part of Ihcso pupils Alma Hays absent 3 tardy 0 Anna Cooke absent 3 tardy 1 Mary Hleglne absent 1 tardy 1 Mar MarvPennington LucilleCooperook absent 10 tardy 7 In most cases was caused by sickness or other unavoidable circumstances The record of several other pupils Is very nearly as good as that given above for exam slivingeveralbsent a stogie day Intbe entire 40 tobeNOTICEofkeoaRmuleteldemetreeonhtrlogettheir well Nil Ibe hull14ur+ A J C C wko wt drat by Ib-errulledro 110100 bull aadchampion lnnfT1 XenluckyOIrI Uertresad the treat Mirjortm sad her dam It Itlotera Iruly Dell IWroof 1Iadeofslushy btrooIIIettrOropuIIedrototcub therefore I mud haTeih inn hit terTlm pilllbdim Walter U MKIDDey SunfoN Ky Fourth of Julu Entertainment To be given at the Oak Grove Race Track ofYoaemltoprogram wi- lfFiddlers Consist or an old flea ContostBnso Ball Camoand Cako Walk with liberal prize and competition open to all Admission 25cj children over 6 yean thehThosedesiring MaaagoraFMarshals Salt for City Taxes offeredlder to pay city taxes on same for the year 1001 cost of collection Wedneiday July 9 1003 before the courthouse door In Stan ford Ky for cash In band towlt Abe Carter1100 00b9R O JONES Olty Marshal I Notice Q0As administrator of W R Evans I will tell at his Into farm IX miles west of Phil Casey county Ky on Saturday Juno Slut 150 barrels of corn In 10 barrel lots Term made known on day of sale T G Evans admr Phil Ky SalendHaving concluded to quit farming I will 0sell farm of 1S5 acres on Mlllcdgovlllo Stanford pike It is In good state of cultlvaUon very good Improvements wel watered with never tailing springs and In ForDA Pettus Mllledgevllle Ky CB8e a e a LeXInGTOn n moqc Is the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year Is especially devoted to tho Interests of the Democratic party and gives nil gthenow without fear or favor Mgrhf I i J W L Douglas Shoes 1 J f I 3o0 THE BEST SHOES IN THE WORLD 350 I 1 All leathers Vici Kill Patent Kid Patent Corona Lewis JSbncracknblo Patent Velour Calf Box Calf French Calf and Kangaroo all made with Goodyear welt bottoms and DouglasShoea3 or 350 shoes and you get that much more value in them for the motley Try a pairr guarantee satisfaction f Cummins McClary K AfAf t lJ 3 w 39S99l IIG vIliKdeRy ij e If fie IA UptoDate 1 Li Is what they all say about our silo 4 i e+ i Mens Sboes this season e t w + Patent calf regular top extended soles 8250 sad t Patent colt regular top extended soles 8300 lS Patent Ideal Kid the finest quality made two different iif i styles at 8500 a Low rut halfshow in patent leather 8250 in patentfj colt 300 patent kid 8350 1 x a rafYt The above ore the VERY SWKLLKST things of tho itil8ea8JI and the latest shapes Please call and see alt s xsx our show windows and cases I HaJ McRobertstf 1 TJ JtCIr r f IIS3 tI a ir If aa raa a 4 s1i1 L th I 9 OUR CORSET STOCK 1 is very complete with the new shapes forIISpring 1902 JSUMMER CORSETS t f1NEWm rj AMERICAN LADY CORSETS the most popular C Corset for those who want perfectefitting costumes r Severance Sons New Store v XXth Century 1 FreezerN- ocrank no turning onehalf quan t tity of ice required for other freezers lt WATER COOLERS ICE BOXESIREFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 11 111OWe Sell Them I They do their work well make no dust and will outlast many brooms Let us sell you one I You will be better satisfied to look through t our stock before buying Call in any time t Withers Furniture Co f 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xnlered n the potlQfflce at Stanford M Menddots matter ttav UahdTuoScry anoSFV A- Tt1 PER YEAR CASH rte When oat sopsldaszOO will beeharged r KNOXVILLE DIVISION No JlTrsln going North 11 Sea m No 24 M 210 III NolS e t South 12slam No2J II M12 2pm ForU Pointer KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION t No 4 leave Stanford at 165 a m 1 No StrrlTMttSUnonl llsniNo 21 Ifares Stanford it 2 30pm f r A 8 PRICE surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky UeRobertsDrng Store In ths Ovtlej iIDaeon IluUdtoc A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky t Offlceover Higgins A tICKInneya I 1Telephone ou StorI NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBEEfcSJNPron JUNCTION CITY KY TIritClaas Turnouts at Reasonable Ratesy Special Attention to Traveling Men Orals and Ray For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers hla serrlcca as uotoinri to the people of Lincoln County He will please you both In work and I price Write to bim MONUMENTSPURE White Ilronuj u tuwnw In the monument bpalneaa what the Improved drop bead sew ing machine Is to the method or tbo car In to the old stage coach It la the advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the reo cords and resting place of our ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted silver ap Please bold your order until you t can investigate It J C McWhorter AgtO- RAnOBonARD KY k J+ G+ Mcc MY I UNDERTAKER E3IBALBIER And DcaloarIn I 1RS1ESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky L DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of toaliville wUl be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Holiday and Tued111July 7 P Now is the time Dont neglect your best friend your eyes Eye examined and negllietOJDcebODr411 a mto S p m JI On Jelliespreserve and pickles spread a coating PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will keep them aheolotelm ibture and acUprooC lurrlltnnfdr rHUneI no In it dvaen otnrr ways about Iha koala Full dutdlonlln ech pcaaQe old eyerywbere STANDARD OIL CO E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate fxhange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No IHouse and lot U SUnfonlSrft roomihi porch In tht rear good garden good nelghbornoc close to churches sad Uood lor small falD iiy rite isso No Small farm 37 acne b miles tram htan ford lloiuiol tour good rooms back and I Ttrsnda Uood barn soil other buildings In cood repair Cut In six Gelds veil fenced aO iota In cultivation ons sen In fruit tree rest In IIrau- nouabtt commissioners aal at bargain and CIn loe sold at bargain Close to erhool and chord Price FB acre Land adjoining sold orW and Jtt Thlshabargaln- Na aHouse and lot In Stanford House cot ulna fire room Goal table and S acres of bDd well tented One of prettiest building tots In tows room enough In front rr two other cottages or a 2 front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u tbe owner must have money No 4Two story frame dwelling 7 rooms h11 and veranda Good garden fencing and house In rood repair For salt or rent Price reasonable No allolllII and lot In Stanford Three room and Iront porch Uood garden and stable Goo repair Will be sold cheap Ko 7 HOUM and lot la Stanford 1 ItoriUtII rooms Oood garden mote and coal OD 001 treeAo LFarm of Mscressk nill s from Stan lord on county road 23 acres In cultivation sere In pasture 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two mall cottaga bun and outbuilding ell watered and fencing fairly good liar can l bought st your price ss owner llru In Indlanapo Us and mutt hsre money No 9 a farm of Kl acre four miles from Stan lord on best pike In the county Sixty acres In wheat 40 In corn S In timothy 6 In clover and 101 In fine bluesait It tilt in air Heidi well fenced well watered Irkiting well and spring toII- OOd pond 1110 IlIJII good out ulldlnti Fronts plkelortreequanenof mUe botb dwelling being on trend enough to mate 8000 poet A ipleodl luegrua farm and only 20 minutes dare from th aunty seat Owner ot 8ns farm adjolnlcx tht bu recently refused t43 aertcrs WsoBertblsa t i37 80 psr acre No U29 acres land with Decenary Imprors rents mile from Stanford Dwelling has tour corni yeraadlhnaud porch Lares barn track lonao etc fenced and building In good repair rIce reasonable No 1001111bn and porch lecceasary outbuildings proeo large two store room 23x60 feet lower room auppll- erlthrountenabetreaetc Wstsr In dwelling od alto cistern and well on place Small lot ackofitore Ons mile from Stanford Building In goof repair and dwelling originally cost 11600 01tonover 1200 Wilt sell both for IMO or wlU rent or welt separately No 111230 acre farm i mile of Crab Orchard Ky llrick dwelling Broom two tenant boon tobun well spring near dwelling Farm In ilgh slats ol cultivation 150 acres ricer tattoo and good fencing fruit etc Irlce 3750 an acts No 11100 acre ot land on Lancaster itreet In 2rab Orchard opposite aprlngt In gnu no Im iroTstusnti dock abundance of lock water Preltleitbulldluz tile In town IMc t3ouo No 13A nice cottage and lot on Lsncsste treat Stanford T rooms good cistern tie toe 11000 will sell lor JlOOO No 10400icre0 of land In Msdittn county f9mIleSouth of Richmond and 2 miles o ilngitoD lung between lllg JIm turnpike and Mull road known as the 1C Mnndsi nn Frame buildings stock barD oui buildings Ac Plenty of good water and one of finest artprlngs In Kentuckr In yard DCS stock farm It aunty fur the money truce ro per acre No 17A farm of lea acm near Huitonrlllf Iwelllog of eight room ball veranda etc On enant bouts stock barn large tobacco barn and ther outbuildings Cittern snd rood well in tb Jrd and water In every fitlifon place Farm ent in seven fields and nntclaes land No IIIFarm of ICO acres situated near Kings Hie Kyj 60 acre In cultlratlon 39 In timherteat In grace well watered two good bams and otbei ulbulldingi goo repair lIeIllD comrarathe 11 new Is within 300 yard or three ehurcbu onlkeanllarm In that section W 3 will sell the whole farm rltpurcbaeerThtiscertdnlycheapproirty to No Irm of 75 Cml neaburg welling good barn etc Well watt fencing nd building s In lralucUre lime one land In good neighborhood clote to school nd on good roa rIce 8700 No 51 A farm ot3O are In Lincoln county hree good dwellings S good hum and out ulldlogt each hoop barn etc about the center ot 100 acres All on onnnty road H mile from lurch school anti pottomce 1 well and well atertd This it a good tobicoo fart and would IUft two or threfjmlll that might want to come fromlbe same neighborhood Trice reasonable XJOoecooot barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In iltlTatlnn 45 acres In limber fruit tree etc LIJI well on county road elote to churcnet Icbool etc Price only 400 No WFarm ol 118 sent la Casey airToItory frame dwelling two barns LiibuUUiigt in good repair eipleodld tobacco IIDd and to good community A bargain at tWO No 37 Firm of 118 aerei In Casey county A ew two story S room frame dwelling and old welling iu lair condition harm and other out ufldlncs On splendid tobaeco land ell watered two wells eta Thus II a de- llrabl bouie Price JlSiiO No HFiny aura near Heaunt Point Ky rime house S room and porch Darn and other utbulldlngt S aeits In cultlratlon rest In Un- her Well watered MM yatdt frvm rxMlofficojcrionl aod church lays wrU on pike and In good com unity Price MM We bare buyer fur 250 or 300 acre Gray situated roiO one to three tulle front town Also buyer or- ab ut HO urea altuaud tram one to four miles am town with ur without Improvement A1 0 buyer fgr sn tWX to 110 000 fsrui close to town No It Four houtet and lots In Rowland K- yitlice each No 19 ov acres of land near Crab Orchard pJioO Two atorr house 9 rooms hallreranda 12 urea tplendld land adlolnln 1rupi ty fn gOod repair water and lights In t mat door Beautiful horns Price 3600 No 21 A tint clait restaurant atock of groceries 11d a No I s dt fountain The Jibing room fix tUe1l bakery and kitchen goods are la splendid Ihlpe This th most nnpular retort In town N joomiotiUon our otace you un lId out what the aleavenge which are large ipleodld profits This ta great opportunity Cr some energetic person The proprietors only awn for selling li that be can nut stand tbe coo lenient li log the only DIIoreetloDerlln a town ot 2000 Inbsbltsals with thickly settled runt UI- trlctald draw from one tan readily tee that It Is a ieenaoce10make money We think lor the Count of capital Invested It it ohtof tllltpay InC butlnea In Central Kentucky Write or come to us and got price for same No 21 llouss eve mums porch one acre of ound and good stable One mile from town Price ROD LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Crops were badly damaged by a rainstorm In Iowa A bunch of CSS pound calves sold at 1040 at Chicago last week J M Roberts sold to Lutca S Co yesterday 28 yearlings at S13 LIOIITNINO killed a valuablo cow Cor Will Boono Saturday night- J O Rays of tho past End lost by death a valuable saddle horse Lutes Co sold to Saunders of Gar rard a bunch of heifers at 1025 Over 15000 acres of bluo grass In Bourbon Is being stripped for seed W M Bright sold to W H Traylor the two yearold bull advertised Cor 140Samuel Murphy and Mlsa Iatlo Soutborland were married at Jamee Evan Murphys Saturday Catalogues for the Barbourvlllo Calr tbe Ort week In September aro already printed and ready for distribution 50 calves and yearlings all steers Cor sale See them at Alfred Davis neal Walnut Flat J C Rays Crab Orchard Murphy McCormack Co bought of J J Allen a double deck of No1 lambs at Go and shipped them to Loul vlllo The fine gray mare owned by the lato James Walker Givens dropped a splendid stud colt tbo other day It Is by Marlon Squirrel W B Shanks sold to Pony Boazlt his feeders for November delivery at 4c J E Bolman and J O Eubank sold to same a lot at game- R L Broyles of Perryvllle sold a twoyearold mule to Morris Farris for 1125 and 265 bushels of wheat to tbe Gravel Switch Roller Mills at OOc B F 3anders has engaged 1200 hog sat 51 to 6 cente 1700 lambs at 5 to 60 For Juno and July delivery and 100 attlo at Go Barrodsburg Herald R L Rubble sold to W B Travlo 300 bushels of wheat at DOc Mr Bub ble sold In Cincinnati a car load oC bogs at 0 65 to 6 70 and a line bull at 115 E T Pence Jr bought for June 20 delivery a car load of hogs of various parties at Gc and sold to D N Prowlt a lot of lambs at 6c Mr Pence bat ingaged a lot of lambs for June 20 at 6 10 5c COURT DAYTbere were only 125 sattlo hero yesterday but most of then sold Yearlings brought CIS to 120 tellers 3 to 3c and butcher stuff 21 tc lie Borses and mules were not In demand and few changed hands C V Gentrys good fllly Hanna Port broke down In a race at Latonls Thursday and will be retired from the urf The loss Is hoary on Mr Gentry as ho had refused a handsome price for her Just before the race which was het Irst one There died in Philadelphia the other lay the richest negro In America TIe- was known as Colonel John McKce and was born In Virginia 82 years ago of rce parents It Is said that ho owned note than 1000000 acres of land at onetime At the time of his death ho owner from 300 to 400 Philadelphia houses free and clear and the value of his estate li utimated at between 1500000 and 82 IOOCOO He was the founder and owner of McKee City in Now Jersey Ire iffned coal and oil territory In Wet Virginia and Kentucky and a tract of land more than 20000 acres In Steuben ounty Pennsylvania lie started with iQthing end died a mlllonaire a lesson to colored Abealomg Too many of his race are Improvident and lazy as it Is latural enough that they should be but tbe number of welltodo negroes is in reaslng visibly When a colored man once gets a start and saves enough to gr t nterested in tho game he is likely to uccecd in spite of many exclusions aDd prouibUIonsthero is field enough for S Sills tinREAD IT JN NEWSPAPER George Scbaub a well known German cItizen of hew Lebanon Ohio is a con Itant reader of the Dayton Volkszeitung 110 knows that this paper Sims to adver tlae only the best In its columns and when he sew Chamberlains Pain Balm Ivertised therein for lame beak he did not hesitate In buying a bottle of it for- hili wife who for eight weeks had suffer ed with the most terrible rains in her back and could get no relief Ho says After using the Pain Balm for a few dlSYs my wife said to me I fool as though born anew and before using the entire contents of tbe bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties lIe Is very thankful and hope that all euflcr ing likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by Craig Rocker druggists WIIOOPING COUGH My little son had an attack of whooping cougb and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamberlains Cough Item- edy wo might have had a serious time of it It also saved him from several severe attacks of croupII J Strlckfadon edl- tor World Herald Fair Haven Wash- For sate by Craig Hooker druggists Bay writes Rev George tho JTEUIOR JOUUNAL that ho has Just been Immersed by Dowlo after depend log all of his 70 odd years on his Infant baptism Suppose he had died before tho appearance of Elijah II would he- bave been thereby lost Lexington emocrat Congressman Richardson Introduce In the House a trust bill which passe tho last Rouge but which was debate In the Senate The bill contains strln gone restrictions and the relnlroduc tlon of tho measure Is thought to bo an outcome of the recent action of tbo democratic Congressional committee looking to making trusts and the tars the chief Issue In the coming campaign From tho beginning of tbo British Boer Wur Oct 11 1809 to Its neat Juno 1100 the forces of the Invade suffered a reduction through killed wounded prisoners deaths from discus and men Invalided home to tho stag goring total of 07447 a casualty hn far In excess of the total enlistment In tbo latest Lost Cause Tho following changes were announc ed by the poalofjlco department In sal arlcs of presidential postmasters In Kentucky to take effect July 1 Bares Increased from 81200 to 11300 May- field decreased from 82000 to 11000 Mlddlcsboro Increased from 11000 to 81700 6 For biliousness use ChamberlatnsStom ach Liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate tho liver and bowels effecting a quick and permanent cure For sale by Craig A locker druggists LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Oal June IoU Knight of Pythias San Franclso Oat Aug U12 1lnest train service In the world low rate tickets good on all limited train for the above occasion Be aura your tickets read via the Queer Crescent Route and get good service H CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky- GoO Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Wool Wanted I We want to buy your wool and will par he highest market price for It Call on ni at J H k Coi stable ROONE h GENTRY Stanford Ky J H BOONS CO Proprietors Jvery Feed And Sale Stable traces Old Stand Depot St STRlfFORO KY low and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rate B pedal Attention to Travel log Men Phone No Ot + CAUTION + anon allow an ajent or solicitor of say othl1r company to Induce you to give up or tnder your policy In tho HOME Bwar In mind that agents solicitors of other ompnnles have no tight whatever to the ossesslon of Hoxa policy Therefore keel a sharp watch for the man who wants you to Rive up your Ilouc policy and take one In his company It all means lost to you and ostY you dlt Interested man who know Insurance companies will toll you there are none better and few as good as list Iloucor NEW YonK And any man who ska you to give up n HOME policy for an thor Is moro Interested In the money he to make out of It than he Is about your weHare Address or call on losso D Woaron Stanford JtelnMvc Agent for IHOOB Otxrrard Doyle and Casey Counties Kentucky Como and sco our handsome line 1 ofI FASHIONABLE MILLINERY in tho Postoflice Building on Main street Mrs Garland Singleton EAZLEY F HAS IUndertakers and ALSO DlUau IX Furniture 31nttliiKSRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices STANFORD KENTUCKY1 3111ousncssMakes Chronic Invalids v 19rthen the liter Is torpid and falls W ao Its work enters the blood as a rtruUnt po w Tben- como constipauon biliousness sick heidsche feTtrs and malaria The only treatment that gives the liter lust tho nght touch and suns Natures work in the right manner u- JMONS LIVER PILLS PELLETS A now touches the liver and tea pellets WM tbs IJ system 25 doses for 55 days cost 54 tents and un less your csso is eterodlngly bad you Sv will be well bsforo you Cnlih them JSample free For sale at all dealer FOR SALE DY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE MENS FINE SHOES My stock of Mens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew it Selby Invincible SlJoesrEvery pair fully guaranteed Twentyone years handling shoes millinery stock is complete Give ns a call I the Charles DeeeT mVOTm I HUSTONVILLE KYlCARSON PENCE DEALKHS IX llltJ f Carriages Buggies Phaetons V Wagons BuckPIboards Harness 1 Full and complete stock of tho above nlwns on Land and are sold at prices that defy competitionI See our elegant line ot Lap Robes fTllis beautiful l4k1 O 5e jscfitted with an Elgin or Waltham move st I ff medt and warranted 26 years for When wanting anything In our line dont fan to wo the new and beautiful things we I have In our handsome stock 1 Hemetnher our Mr Murray la graduate ofone r of the larguet Opthalmlc Colleges In the oountry + r F IingJewelers Opticians Danville ij I OIL STOVESThere is something brand new on the market I ill tho Wily of oil stoves and wo have it It is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove 11 This stove is absolutely safe ntul reliable and we will guarantee it to bake l I your broad just as brown ns you want it in n very tow Eecondg It NUS limo fuel and temper One gallon of oil will run one burner 18 hours 1 Call and lot us show you tbo etootHiggins STANFORD KENTUCKY tt 1oniTakePills i Theytemporarlly cure constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured unhlthesecretes enough bile to mike the Inl lmesWexecute their natural functions livertural agitation caused bytatharti compels P1attaini rliver cures acts ChillshI I e 1andMalarial Bilious Remitting and nterII I milling Fevers and by going to the seat of tho trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PBR COTTLBt CLOSING OUT SALEI y 11 Our entire stock must be closed out I 15th Ne will sell overything regardless of cost as we will leave Stanford on the above date and will take none of the goods with us 1 Mp Snyder Son Stanford