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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y I t V SEMI=WEEK INTERIOR JOURNAL I A I J VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JtJNE 17 1902 9 A M NO 31 ir 5 THE NEW YORK STORE fi 1 Cloth Walking Skirts t Cheviot cloth walking skirts IthI r stitched flounce bottom clearance r r pricoU149 nt Sllkollni Drapery Pretty patterns worth 7Jc c1enrIJ once silo price 334c Lace Curtains Nice quality pretty patterns good width buttonhole edge worth Slntl- lor pair69cl 821ace Curtains 3J yards long Iextra wide newest designs button Jholo edge per pair 125j 1Ladles Vests c veto Jersey ribbed nicely finished clearance tale J 2 340ILadies lea Vote Jersey ribbed u taped neck and arms clearance sale 14 5c Lndlca lOo sleeveless veto bleach ed lisle finished taped neck ondI arm clearance tale price I lOc Ladies 20c extrn eite sleeveless vwU nice quality taped neck and arms clearance tale price 12 l2c Ladles Oxfords Ladies kid Oxford patent and leather tips clearance price per pair 790II Ladies Gloves Ladies flue kid gloves worth 12 and 8160 750IThe Business Man of The Fu I turo The future la the boy of tOOaI Ho ibuuld be advised and guided to ward bablu which will metro bint and keep him strong In body and mledIUpon him will rest too burden of thoI disposition of commercial problems alI ready Intricate and tnvolvod IIo mUII have a clear eve a penetrative percep floe a mental alertness and strength I and a physical capacity for bard work and great strain Tbo vast poatlblll tlca now looming ahead are for tho brains and the hands of glance It Is the todays duty of employers to glv some attention to their young cm ployci The Intelligent boy should not be treated as a machine present In tho ofUoe shop or factory as a mere mechanical appliance lie should be con sldorcd at the living breathing prom lie of future America Parts Gazette t T v The Fairs The fair secretaries has announced the following datelIRlchmondf third week In JulyJCrab Orchard fourtb week In July Georgetown fourth week In July I Huitonvlllc fifth week In July Danville first week In August I Lexington second week In August R Mavsvlllnand Lawrenceburg third week In AUlrultIDrodhcad Fau Aug Otbreo days Dardstown and Glasgow first week in September ElUabothtown and Bowling GrcenI second week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week In September I- Ii 1 What do you do with a man that steals a horse out hero asked tho tourist on the coach s String blm up blurted Amber Pete In forcible tones And a man tbat steals an nutomo btlo GlY him a puree for ridding the country of a nuisance Chicago News I F rsl Snowden of St Helens Leo 1 county has lived for i5 years In tbo same house but has lived tbreo- countle When he came there In 182 f 18451t Will cutIt was EltUl county Io i make Owsley county and In 1870 1dwas made a part of Lee county BIG CLEARANCE SALE Childrens Slippers Children kid ono atmp slippers with buckle and bows sires OJ to 8i COc loll J nt Glc and Muses 12 to 2 74c Negligee Shirts Men a nod lays Belford cord neg shirts every shirt ukase fulllizeI good fitting il penrl buttons down front large variety patterns go at 39c Mercerized Underskirts Solid blue black and red purple made with deep flounce or rallies worth 81 GO clearance sale price 98c Mens Underwear Mens 26c Underwear good qual ity balbriggan shirts or drawers clear ance tale price 19c Mens 3Jo balbriggan underwear made with French neck draw en with double seat 25c Mens Half Hose Mens 12c half hoco seamless fine gauge feet colors sale pri- co712c IHamburgs and Insertions JIombulb8 and insertions from 1 to 3 idches price712c Fine Madras Shirts Mens flue Madras neglige shirts beautiful patterns to select from fast colors every shirt is made full size perfect fitting worth 85c now 59c 6lorcaloe worth 12ic a yard now nt 7Jc n yard Percales worth 8c at Lie a yard E P MORROW ESQ The manner In which Attorney E P Morrow managed the ease of William Moby charged with the murder 6f J flawklnsls highly complimented by the older members of the bar wbo I rccodulza the difficulties under which bo labored Appointed over his pro test to defend a negro accused of a most atrocious crime ho went Into the case with strong popular tooling against bis client and say one who gave him aid and comfort Dut his earnestness and his familiarity with criminal law soon woo him friends at he battled singly and alone against such old and capable andeU J Uronston He managed tbo caso with consummate skill and succeeded In making six of the jury bollovo his client Innocent and securing a hung jury when tbo negro himself would doubtless have accepted a life verdict Mr Morrow has just been out of law school a year but being a very bright young man and the son and nephew ol distinguished lawyers bo takes as oat urally to law as a fish to water and will prove an honor to his father Judge Thomas A Morrow of Somerset and to his uncle Gov W O Bradley o Louisville both of whom the eateomLoxiogtoDemocrat CARD OFTBANKS We wish to thank the good people of Stanford for tbo kindness shown us during the recent Illness of Mr Wilk boson especially the K of P and I 0- OF the order ho Is very fond of furnishing him two nurses night and day Thorn was no time but some them were ready to do all they coul for blm Wo dont want to forgot Mr and Mrs PenIn how kind they were to us during Mr Ws Illness also Mr John A Allen who shouldered his gu every day for a week to tbo woods ao killed a oleo young squirrel xhlo wee Highly appreciated by Mr W as bo it very Rcspct MR AND MRS ED WILKINSON Of what does a bad taste in your mouth remind you It indicates that your stom ach Is in bad condition and will remind you that there Is nothing so good for such a disorder as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tabets after having orce used them They cleanse end Invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For solo at J5o per box by CraIg Rocker druggists 104 Sheeting Wide seamless Hen Island cotton sheetings solo price 16c Blue Duck Skirts Solid bluo duck skirts made full nicely finished clearance prico 59c Light bluo cluck skirts elegantly trimmed clearance pri- ce98c Mens Suspenders Best quality webbing pretty pat terns nice buckles full length worth 25c clearance sale price 15o Silk Ribbons All silk ribbons at 3Jc fancy taf feta ribbons all shades sale price 3 34cAll silk taffeta ribbons now and shades worth 1 fie sale price lOc Curtain Scrim 5o curtain scrim 3G inches wide pretty lace stripe sale price 2 34c I Linen Sale luck towels 3Jc Red border fringed buck towels sale price 3 l2cAll linen full bleached dinner l1a1 kins sale price 49c 1 white spreads sale price 69c Clearance aio of domestics Sea Island shooting cotton 334c CHURCH MATTERS A weekly religious paper has been started In China Over 600 was raised for temperance work at tbo General Baptist Associa flea at London Rev G W Ferryman baa assumed entire business and editorial control of tbo Western Kentucky Baptist Tbo Baptist State Board report re ceipts for the year 11257137 Includ tog home and foreign missions 133 61000 Thirteen thousand people attended the annual communion services of the scionI mon congregation during services in Marshall county One man was shot In the leg and the services ended in a general stampede Revival meetings aro being hold at the McKlnnov Baptist church conduct cd by Rev J A Taylor of Louisville Services begin each day promptly all t A M and song service at 730 1 M and preaching at 811 All are In vltcd to come The business men of McKlnney have agreed to close their 1rnoon In order tbat they and their clerks may attend tho morning services NEWS NOTES Carson Tucker stave dealers had 5000 staves to burn in their yard near Dunnyllle Casey county Incendiaries are suspected shotda man I Ind narrowly escaped lynching at the hands of an Infuriated mob Rovaauhg g matter whatever may bo used In olcomarglne without Increasing the tax to 10 cents A severe wind and rainstorm swop over Louisville Sunday afternoon For four minutes during the height of the storm tho wind blew at the rate lot GO miles an hour the greatest velocity over recorded hero In 25 minutes 113 Inches of rain toll Several houses were unroofed and many trees wore blown down No lives were lost nor was say ova even Injured Cheviot Allwool cheviot full 38 inches wide in dark and light colors sale price 29c Lonsdale Cambric Chamois finishn Lonsdale Cam brics yard wide worth lOc go ut 6 34c Correct Form Corsets Grand bargain in Correct Form straight front gored corsets white pink light blue and drab sizes 18 to 26 special offer 390 Batiste Girdle Girdle corsets French Batiste and net lace trimmed top and bottom sale price 50c Clearance sale of wash fabrics Scotch dress lawns 3 34cClearance solo of white goods White India Linen 4 34c Ladies toe Slippers 50c Ladies strap slippers 70c Bleached Table Damask Bleached Table Damask two yard wide full bleached new patterns worth OOc sale price 39c Ladles Hosiery Ladies vertical stripe and polka dot hose worth roc sale price lOc Ladies black hose seamless fasi colors sale price712c IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Bank of Perryvllle will build banking house- Grasshoppers are doing damage t crops In Garrard Tom Ragan a Montlcollo liveryman developed a case of smallpox Saturday A big flow of gee was struck Saturday In a well on the Rtchlan creek li Knox county A postofflco has been established a Mildred Jackson county with Maggli Moore postmaster While swimming In a pool at a coo bank near London James Johnson I miner was drowned James McPherson of New Yor City was struck by a freight In the L N yards at Livingston and badlj hurt Gar Beckham has offered a rewan of 8500 for George Raines of Ply county and 1100 for John Laffoon o Madison Gov Beckham has offered a rawer of 1200 for the arrest of Wm Rowsoy wasted on tbo charge of killing San Mailln In Boylo about a month ago John Laffoon the Valley View wit murderer was caught on the farm o Homer Arvin on Red Lick Estill coun ty by J B Wagers and James Cox B H Black of Louisville was fount dead In bed at tho Edwards House It Plnevllle Mr Black went to Pine vlllo Thursday to Inspect the electrli light plant there Tbere will be a grand and glorloui picnic at Brodhcad July 4th Thi Managers Messrs Tyree Pike am Francisco promise It to be the beet ever hold In the county Signal The board of trustees of Central Unl varsity have appointed a committee ti advise with regard to establishing I memorial to John O Young and Wll slam Young It is thought that a cbali will be endowed in the university am will be named In honor of the dlstln gulsbed educators- r WHOOPING COUGH My little son had an attack of wLoopin cough and was threatened with pneuiuo ala but for Chamberlains Cough Ram edy wo might have had a serious time o it It also saved him from several sees attacks of croupH J Strickfadon edi tor World IIerad Fair Haven Wash For sate by Craig A llocker druggists MiscellaneousD- ress linings best quality in all shades worth 71 c now 4c Safety pins go at 3c paper Pins worth Cc at 2c paper Mens handkerchiefs 2 for 6c Ladies handkerchiefs 2 for 6c Hooks and eyes 3c a card Pearl buttons 6c a dozen CLOTHINGM- ens 8500 Suits at 298 irons 8750 suits go at 448 Mens 810 suits guaranteed tailor made at 650 Mens 812 suits go at 750 Mens 815 suits well finished guar anteed fit special price 925 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c clear truce sale price lOc ITHE nextdoorLinen Laces and Insertion J 1 Linen laces and insertions 1 to 3 inches wide worth 7A to lOc now 3 34c t GO inch bleached damask 19c Mens Shoes Mens shoes worth 8450 our 1 sale price 300 i Mens fine shoes worth 8350 t 250 i liens fine shoes worth 822ft nowf160 liens fine shoes worth 8200 will now go for 138 Mens shoes worth 175 now 126 Mens shoes worth 8150 speciari sale pricei980 THEi NEW YORK j STORE i Next door to Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Kentucky r 9 S v = 1 a a Weatheri1Brings thoughts of Cool Clothes You need that i kind now to make life comfortable 3 t sortsESerge1 I j You can buy a nice Flannel Snit for 5 ii WHY SWELTER 3 ri1 I ATctiBERepairing I l 1 f satisfiedI yyIm v f86A ==I AT COST FOR CASH DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS UNDERWEAR 1 rI GeORGE H FARRIS CO CLOSING OUT SALE Our entire stock must be closed out by July r 15th We will soil everything regardless offrecost as we will leave Stanford on the above date anti will take none of the goods with us M Snyder Son StanfordI tf tr- VV I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ECo WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Bllroid CommluIoBtr toe the Sd District lublect to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGER Of wine County Is a no date for State Tftu orer tullect to the action of the Democratic put O G GILBERT Ot ShdbjTlll li a candidate for the democratlo nomination for Congms In this tbe 8th dlltrlct subject to the primary to be held Saturday Atif 9 IN Ito project to establish a farm for cbUBumptlvcB near Denver the Colorado Y M G A seems to have undertaken a praiseworthy work A large number of young men of limited means go to Colorado every year In search 01 health It Is proposed to RVO them a place where they may stay at a 8mall cost and where those who are able may find out of door work Sixty fierce of land has been secured near Denver Tents are to bo erected there for tho accommodation of 30 men If addItion at funds can bo raised quarters for 200 or more may be provided It li bolls ed employment on the farm may be t given to all those who desire to earn something The Colorado assocIatIon la undertaking a work that will bene fit men from every part of the country SENATOR ELKINS of West Vlrglnl Introduced the Senate Saturday a resolution providing for tho admlsslc of the republic of Cuba as a State In the Federal Union Ono plan named In the resolution la that Cuba shall be admitted upon the adoption of a repul Mean form of government by the pec plo with the consent of the cxleiln government Such constitution Is to be submitted to Congress by January 1 1904 An alternative provision which follows the lines of the admission of Texas Is that Cuba shall be admItted aa a State as soon aa the terms shall be agreed upon by the governments of the two republics AN Oklahoma woman has brougl suit for breach of trust against an Obi t doctor whom she has never seen but iJ with whom she has been carrying on a correspondence procured by a matrl monlal agency She wants 810000 for her wounded affections but no court IB likely to aid In salving the wound of love In a case of such doubtful pro- prIety The doctors letters showed he made love in a very warm manner but he doubtless played her for a sucker i which she shows she Is Women who correspond with men they do not know deserve all the trouble they get into THE democratic committee of thl8 district met at Lawrenceburg Saturday F and declared the Hon G G Gilbert the party nominee for Congress no other candidate having complied witl the call of the committee This noml nation without opposition la a compliment to our splendid Congressman aDd we predict that he will have equally a smooth sailing In being elected as be was nominated The republicans know they have no show to defeat Mr Gil bert and It will surprise us If they at tempt to do such a thing Ii TUB following concise and true re port of the Pennsylvania republics convention appeared In the Chlcagi Chronicle The Hon Matt Quay met la convention at Harrisburg nominat ed a ticket and adopted a platform- I There being no other business before him he adjourned having first affixed the customary collar and brass tag to tbe neck of Samuel Pennybacker ACCORDING to the estimate of Car roll D Wright which Is undoubtedly conservative the cost trust made 10 net profit from the last strike the simple process of advancing while the miners were out Is It 1by wonder that the barons smile su and declare that there is noth to arbitrate when offers of media tion are made THE Glasgow Times warmly favors a primary to nominate State officers a year hence but Its fight for such will be a case of loves labor lost Politi clang will have the say so about the manner of nominating and they will no choose that way which gives the pullers the best chance and that idoubtnot In a primary vote by which the Senators of States decided that they dida not wish their election by popular vote r was 35 to 21 The majority in that body Is satisfied that their only hope of reelection lies in their ability to buy Legislatures and that they would stand no chance before the people 1WHYnot nominate this year candi for all the office to be filled In rdates 10 years and be rid of the nuisances asks the Paducab 4 The counties of tbe Ninth district I Saturday elected delegates to a democratic Congressional convention Con gressman Kehoe bar no opposition The Indiana prohibitionists have made nominations for Congress In all tbe 13 districts of the State The Irrigation bill already adopted by the Senate pasted the House by a voted f 140 to 65 I POLITICAL The president signed the River Bnd Harbor bill Hon South Trimble was declared the democratic nominee for Congress In the 7th district The House has determined to vote on the Philippine Civil Government bill Thursday afternoon Friends of Onsloy Stanley are cer- taIn that be will win the nomlDatlon for Congress In the Second Booker Washington had a long COD ference with President Roosevelt OD the subject of Southern appolntmenuj Tammany Hall has of chairman of the Finance commlttceI which carried with lt the leadership of the organization Leaders In both Houses of CODgre88 bavo set July 3 aa the day for adjourn moot of the session and will strain every nerve to close the calendar by tbat dateIA primary under the law or a con ventlon may be held In the Sixth d18 trtct Judge Hodgo and Judge WCIt over are being urged to enter the race against Gooch State Senator James D Watson of Graves county has announced his eao dldacy for railroad commissioner In tbe let railroad district and there Is talk of Senator MacD Ferguson of Padu- cah entering the race The House committee on naval af fairs has decided to postpone until tbe next session the bill for the retirement of Naval Constructor R P Hobso under the belief that his eyesight may Improve In the meantime The republican Senators are to havo a conference today to take final actIon on the reciprocity question The pro dents message has had the effect of sharply drawing the Issue and there will soon be a final decision The court of appeals affirmed tho udgment pf the Daviess circuit court In the PettllYewoll mayoralty contest The decision clears the title of Jr Yewell to the olllce of mayor of wensboro Regarding the New Orleans story that Gen Gomez received 25000 as a tribe from the administration to wttt draw from Cuba during the campalgi hereby permitting the election of Ei irada Palma as stated by a high oil clal President Roosevelt said he never lefore heard of It Secretaries Bay and Root said It was absurd President Roosevelt seat to Coo rel8- e special message urging cconomlca Concessions to Cuba He claims that greater reasons exist for granting reel realty to Cuba than to any other tour try and that It would be conslsten rlth preserving intact the protective ystem He contends that America Interests would not be endangered Concerning a complimentary mention of Judge T Z Morrow succeedlni himself as circuit judge his home paper tbe Somerset Journal says It rould be a strange sort of people whi did not give the judge a warm corner ID their hearts after a life of active honorable and honored service In their lehalf O7er In this neck of the dls mitt the people want him for tbeti udge about as bad as he is known to rant a grandson The Chicago Chronicle long since took Teddys measure and got it down One It says We have had as presl deDts of the United States some met who were bitter partisans some wbc were revengeful and some who were of coarse fiber but never until the ao cell810n of Theodore Roosevelt have we had a president capable of juggling the civil service rules in order to be ivenged upon a woman employe of- tbe government who held political ilnions contrary to his own That ipthof partisanship vengefulness and leanness has been reserved for tbeJ- iIlin who Is capable of boasting that be- shot a fleeing enemy In the back In the joint speaking at Burksvllle laet week between Hone Vincent being David Colson and Ed Parker ndldatea for the republican nomIna tloa for Congress In tle 11th district the first named candidate devoted con Jerable time to telling of his In lence in Washington which be urge- ed as one reason why ho should be re nomInated In reply Col Colson said row Borelng talks a great deal about bl8 influence at the White Rouse but I can prove to you he hasnt got as- mucb standing there as a Negro for president has Invited Booker T Washington to dine at the White IIonle but Boretng has never yet been a8ked to put his feet under the mabog aDY with Teddy The crowd yelled and even the Negroes present seemed to be greatly tickled at the joke lasgow Times MATRIMONIAL L S hL McQuary and Miss Lula Broyle8 will be married In Pulaskt to morrowJacob Bernard and Miss Fannie Miller a prominent young couple of Caley- were married at Phil Mr George K Fisher of St Louis a- stocle and bond broker and Miss Laura Blackburn Shelby daughter of Col- Isaac Shelby will be married this evening at Arcadia at 0 oclock The bride Is one of the most accomplished ladle8 In this section and Is exceeding lr handsome The wcddlcg will be a let but elegant affair After the ceremoDY by Rev Cooley of Danville Mr and Mrs Fisher will leave for an extended bridal tour I I LANCASTER Rain U beginning to tie needed badly In this locality The blackberry crop Is reported g- If ood not cut short by a drouth Beginning July 1 Lancaster will become an International money order of lIceThe Junior Endeavor Society bas changed Its time of meeting to Saturday at 5 P M W S Beazley sold M Nelson Morris of Now York 175 export cattle IGOO pounds at 18 50 Dr Donald McDonald of Danvllle preached at the Presbyterian ehurch Sunday morning Mrs Fettle U Hays of Stanford Is filling a temporary position In the tele phone exchange Sun Bros1 Circus will exhibit bero Thursday and will doubtless draw a largo Crowd to town The city council spent the day on last Friday at Dripping Springs and at eth same time revised the town ordInances The June meeting of the Lancaster Prohibition Alliance will be hold at Odd Fellows Hall on Friday evcnlo June 20th J Y Robinson d Co sold 180 cattle to Julius Frank at Cc the seine firm sold 23 to Brldgewater fc Saunders of Lebanon at 4 971c The Maccabees held their excrcli Sunday afternoon at the cemetery and decorated the graves of five of theIr deceased members Remember the elocutionary contest at Waltons Opera House Stanford tomorrow evening A largo crowd hould go from here William Johnston a colored she maker of this place went over to Lex tngton to hear the lecture of the eml teat Booker T Washington Miss Allie Dunn repeated her Bry- antvllle school entertainment at thllS place last evening for the benefit of the adlcs Aid Societies of the town Melvin Gulley a former Garrard nan was married Thursday to a Coi ington lady and they left ImmedIately after the ceremony for a trip east Dr W S Beazley bought the Saui derd residence on Lexington street for 1300 Dr Beazley will add another room and otherwise Improve the prop rtyThe old Wortbam house on Campo bell street Is being torn down and wll be replaced by a substantial twostor rick building The lot now belong ij T Williams who is advertlslni for bid The Ladles Aid Society of the Chrli tlan church report Indications of an un aralelled success for their vocal CO- Dtest to be given on the 24th From 12 to 15 entries are expected and will rep sent firstclass talent Much fright was caused In the house hold of Dr H G Sandlln when It wal nown one of his children bad bitten Jnto a glass tube of candy These cot ictlonery devices are dangerous ror the little folks and should be withdraw from the market Miss Margaret Francis filling a po- sitIon at Corbln but a daughter of Jaa Francis of Paint Lick fell down a Airway and sustained a fracture of the ankle She will return to Garrard In about two weeks but for some time wll require tbe use of a crutch Elder C H White Field Secretary of the Christian Church Extension Work preached Monday evening al Hubble and will fill engagements on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings ra ectlvely with the Pleasant Grove and Antioch Christian churches It Is now customary for many of our ocerymen to buy their goods from- Mr Frank the wholesale man of Dan lie Mr Frank sends the groceries over by wagon and delivers them at the- lame price they cost In the city The- local merchants in this way save the- coet of freight This Is considered pref erabe to buying from Louisville and- other cities Mrs A R Moore and children have returned from a visit to Paris and North Mlddletown Mrs Burnett and cblldren are at home again Miss T1I- Mles Lily Noels trimmer has returned to Cincinnati Misses Florence and Willie Belle Burnslde were the guests of Miss Bessie Johnson of Lebanon Prof J E Mannlx late of Milan Tenn Is expected this week with bll- family J E Stormea is off on a sh- log trip Misses Fay Splnks of IIlI- nol8 and Nellie Burdette and Roa- Parka of Berea are guests of Mrs E- Eason Mr Fred Frlsbie wife and- Bon visited Stanford this week Miss Marie Joseph and brother Adolpb left Baturday for Eaton Ohio Col W S- FerguIln of Covlngton is here Rev lumbley has returned from Lebanon Pre bytery Mrs Dr Evans returned Saturday from Jessamine R E Mc- Roberts and family visited in Harrods bur g Jim Crutcher of Rchmondwaa bere Sunday the guest of ono of Lan casters fairest Waller Hudson Is at- bome from Central University Geo D Hardln and sons of Covlngton and Cabbell Rose of Louisville passed through here Monday en route to Kentucky river Sam B Harris of Louise spent several days here with bls- partlDts before making a trip to Chlca 10 Rev J M Bruce and daughter LaVerne are visiting In Mercer I John Wilcox of West Virginia d- James Blackburn of Kentucky wcro- drowned in the Big Sandy river t f i i h li i t = j It t r 1 jiot Weather Bargains Jl FOR THIS WEEK AT THE f tt GRAND LEADERiWti Hue lino Umbrellas 89c COo 760 to 5- Jlissca I 25 dozen Lacks Sailors worth 48c this up taco stripe bore worth 2Co this y J week 24c i 10 dozen boys and yung moils Straw hats week ISJo finest split braid worthvup to 100 choice dens 175 Hats special thid wcolfOle f this week 35c Mens fibs Suits worth 812 this wee k 8708 I Marie Cloth Shoes leathorsole and liQol 25 pairs Kid Gloves damaged and tried on I i price 8150 this week 98c pair goods worth up to 8160 special 15a patr ifionsfino Tan Shoes worth 2s 8148 200 Lakes KeadytoWoar Street flats rFine now lino Tnflcta Itibbona in ri t colors worth SI 8125 and 81 tO choice tocloselk Xew lino Velvet Ribbons nil widths l Ladies fine Shoos worth 8150 special 08c t I I The Grand Leader I 7 1 Hays Levy Props S B Levy Managert Ss f t S if S is j A memorial arch was Saturday un veiled at Columbus O over the grave of 2250 Confederates who were prison ers at Camp Chase The memorial Wltl the gift of William P Harrison of CincinnatiA mine has been opened In Laurel county which Is turning out ore valued at ISO per ton The mine Is located on Woods creek and It Is said to have been discovered 48 years ago but only partially developed- A Burnslde dispatch says News bal reached hero that Berry Wright a farm band working on what is knowi as the John Grldar farm at CreeUboro Russell county unearthed a teakottli containing SOlO In gold and silver colt a few days ago It Is believed that the money was burled by the late John K Grlder mAD IT IN IllS NEWSlAPBU George Schaub a wolf known German CItizen of New Lebanon Ohio It a con slant reader of the Dayton Yolksteltung He knows that this pape alUM to adrrr tUe only the best in stet columns and when he saw Chambetlalns Pain Bale advertised therein for lame beck ht did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife who for eight weeks bad suffered with the moot terrible rains in her back and could get no relief lIe says After using the Ialn Balm for a fa days mywife said to me I feel as though born anew and before using the entire contents of Ihe bottle the unbearable pains bad entirely vanished and the could again take up her household duties He Is very thankful and bO CI that all sufler lag likewise will hear of ber wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by Craig A Hotter druggi- stsNotice At administrator of W It Evens I will lel1 at his late farm 1 roller west of Ihll- CUey county Ky on Saturday Jute Slit of corn In 10 barrel lots Terms 1150 known on day of sole T G Evan Phil Ky E R DILLSHA Y DANVILLE XV Manufacturer of BpIGKYAnd Lime Cement oi o Write For Prices IMBER LflND FOR SALE In order to settle the partoerihlpbjiilnei of John flouts Jr and 0 iontn having died last December we will ell 2700 acres of timber land In Adalrc iun ty Ky This land contain between 40CO ObO and 5000000 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory This tract of land le close to the famous oil fields of Wayne and le exceedinglywell adapted for agricultural purpaeos the U In one body nni ItII a bngaln forlOrne One For apply to J O COOLTEIt Mlddloburg Ky- Or to E M Hardln Ilarrodsburg or Oscar onta Faulkner Ky CAUTION + ont allow an agent or ollcltor of any other company to loduco you to giveup or lIurrcoder your policy In the Ilnae Doar In mind that agents solicitors of other com pan leI huYo no tight whatever to the ouoMlon of your UOMB policy Therefore keepII sharpwatch for the man who wanton to give up your HOME policy and take ono In his company It all mean Iou to you aud ONLY you Any disinterested man who know Insurance companies will tell you thero are none bettor and few aa good III- tbo HOME or New YORK And any man wb- oaka you to a HOMB policy for an- otber U moro Interested In tbe money ho fa- to make out of It than he U about your elfare Address or call on 0880 D Woaron Stanford xcluflvo Agent for Lincoln OarrardIJorle and Casey Counties Kentucky 1 I IANNOUNCEMENT t II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs II Sterling Silver Novelties c y it will interest you to look nt thoeo goods and find out thorprices Doing n strictly cash butiuoM WITHOUT IBCCIUTJOV ables mo to fell at the very lowest flgum qualities iiRepairing of complicated wntohcM n A pcinlty If you tIfailed to get your vratch or clock properly repaired bring it I Satisfaction guaranteed I WCi MUELLER I About LongLived Paints If yi get hold of poor latent it will ben year or two bofnroIyou find out that your money and labor have bean wasted Tho tardy discovery will not lescen your exaspera I Linn any Make yourealf secure by buying a brand you eau be euro of Mastic Mlxotl Points are strictly high grade No other paint covers eo much surface nail ho other t withstands the woatlior so well Tho colors are riob and nianent and tho cost is very low all things considered ComuIin rind let us have a point talk Pennys Drug Store LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Directors OfflccrsluecetlOnTrust Company contlnnousl1S n SJlANKSIJ D Paxtonminagement We 711 Owsley SOLICIT YOUR BANKJ n OW8LEV 8 II Shanks ACCOUNIoubler I W 0 Walker Roping inch business relation willitprove mutually beneficial Y M DKIOHT Geol W Carter Awt Cashier First National Bank or Stanford Kr Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Rank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganized as the First National flank of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an nnlnter- rupt existence for C3 years It la better supplied now with facilities for transact- Ing bualnoes promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J 8 HOOKER I ret J F laid Lincoln Co H T Harris Lincoln Oo 811 Ilauenman Stanford 1 OF AT ABLE 1 Craig Hooker StanfordKy fOff13rs lwDirectors CowOrchardM 1Ju TRUSSES EVERY DESCRIPTIONfJ1 PRICES I ST7RNPORD t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tSTANFORD KY JUNE 17 1002 1InBlllnc your proscriptions wo use right medicines In the exact propor and with proper care Wo not do better It yon us doublo tbo price which IB always reasonable Pen aye Drug Storo PERSONALS STEELE BAILEY It at homo from col legs DR R A JONES li in Cincinnati on business MR TIM W HicaiNS IB up from Loulivllle Wix B DiLLiON of Livingston was hero Sunday a MRS LEO IlBYMAK of Carlisle la with Mri J Abram I Miss SARA WOOD LYNN returned I Saturday from Cincinnati MR LEE RANEY of Danville It with hit mother Mrs Josle 13aneymMRS S P SALTER with her niece MM M P Elkin Miss LUCY MILLEIt OIVENS is at home from college at CrawfordsvUle Ind MESSRS O J THURMOND and T n Wright of Danville were hero Batur day ara TennMR J E CLAVNGII of Somerset hat joined hit wife and ton at MrJ H Lynna LiIMarlon MRS J H TURNER of Jceiamlnc will artivo today to visit Mrs E II Ueaxlejr MR MAClt MOORE of Cottage Mo It visiting tile brothers In the Shelb Olty tcetlonn- Mueslis J IJOOAN WOOD and JCMO Lynn of Danville were hero with rel ative Sunday Miss MARGARET HOOKER of Kan I vas CIty U the attractive guest of Mitt Jennie Warren Mil AND MRS A P PURDOM Of Mt Vernon aro vltltlng hit parent In the Rubble teolton Miss KATIIERINE DAUOHUAN pen 6 several days with Mitt Edna DaubI man In tho Wet End Miss SARAH DANIBLS of Paris wl arrive today to bo tho guest of Sara and Jennie Lynn I OAIT B D McOitAW the olevere i eooduator on the Q ft C It Ill at bit home In Junction City MR A O DUNN bat secured between tOtO and 1700 In tpeolal premiums for the Grab Orchard Pair f MRS JBRRY FRITH and children Loretta and James of Brodbead are S with Mrs Dr OBoonon PRO Jos IRELAND of Danville I will assist In the vocal mutlo at E II i Bcaileyt contest Friday night MR WILLIAM SEVERANCE of Stan ford was In the oily tho guest of hit I brother Sam W Severance Lexing ton Democrat JESSETRAYLOR who It running nn I 3engine ingham It trending a few day with hit wlfo end parents ce ajPOun old friend and neighbor Tbo C Jasper of Ennlt Texas it visit rag 1i hit mother sod deters In town and vl clnlty Somerset Republican Miss LILLIAN MOORE of near Lib arty II spending a week with her scar lr Mrs Ed Wilkinson and wilt to Mr W homo with hoc to spend a t day on the farm to recuperate Miss MAUDE GIRDLER who w111on I represent Somerset to Messrs Saufley- k Alvertont elocutionary contest at Walton Opera Home tomorrow night t 1with Muses Sara and Jennie I 3R MRS J S HUNDLEY went toy Katherine yesterday to be present commencement Hoc daughter Ml 7Mary whole an attendant at that in ttltutlon will return with Mrs flue ley IN a letter from MorrIs M Park t at Phcunlx Arizona ho adds Si aro having hot weather hero TI mercury now stands at 106 Mr Feline is a ton of Mr W E Perkins the t genial Crab Orchard merchant MRS W M BRIGHT entertained the following guests in honor of her marriage anniversary Thursday t and Mr J B Paxton Mr and Mrs J B Foster Dr and Mrs Hugh Re Mrs Mary B Craig Mrs J W Us at den Mice Llzzlo Bright W MRS GEORQEC GIVENS entertained i r aFriday a pleasant dinner party among whom wore Mrs S J Embry Sr Mr J McRobert Mrs P A Drown 1Jlu Llcclo Beazley Mr J H Baugb Mr J W Haydon Mr J L I Beazley Mies Flora Given ASHLEY C LILLARD formerly of this place hat accepted a position as commandant and professor of natural I science at the Kentucky Military In stitute He It recently from tho Cor Delia Military Institute of Cornelia Ga where ho served last year in a sim- Ilar 111 capacity Miss BERTA ENOCU of this city who has been teaching at Sterling III for tho past four years has been honored by being selected by the Cooko County Normal School of Chicago ono of six new teachers called for service In Hon l Tolulu and will probably accept tho call Journal FRED KEISLINQ to up from Louis villa MR A C CONNECT and too of Cin cinnati aro bore MRS JOSIE RANEY and ton Lie Raney have moved Into R ELeoSims property on Danville avenue THE cutest kind of a little girl arriv ed yesterday afternoon at tbo home of Mr and Mrs U C Wray and the fa coolratulaUOD GEonoE D WKATIIERFORD and W S Drye will bo boro today soliciting special premiums for tbo Hustoorlllo Fair Help tho county enterprise along when they call on you LOCALS ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST AT WALTONS OERA HOUSE TOMORROW EVENING I ARTIIUIt DurroNcolored died a taw nights loco of inflammation of the bowels I ARE you going to the contest Re ember It will bo held Friday eve alas June 20 E H Beazley FOIt SALE Now England Upright piano coat 1350 In firstelms order Will loll cheap Address Box 24 Stan lord Ky 3t COL COLSON and Parker spoke to a big crowd at Liberty Saturday ata putInTHE directors of the Crab Orchard Fair will meet Wednesday afternoon w- rrange tho catalogue for their exhibi on July 23 21 26 YESTERDAYS Danville court crowd wal the smallest In year Little Bri tale had more the appearance of Sun day than court day loltlaleyreturn to Luther Lanbam Ewell Ky and receive liberal reward Tuu L railroadcrossed 24 time and the Q K O twice in a round trip driyo between Stanford and Parks vlllo via Junction City CARSON PENCE aro now receiving a second lot of boggle having gotten YOUUItman DaII Pineappleee Tomatoes CoatMR WALKER W LYON to accept the presidency of tho Uuiton vllle tale July 30 31 sad Aug 1 an Mr George Miller Given was elected in hit steadoSOME 00 or 76 member of tbo Chris flee church Sunday School at Danville Daoltlog young folk had a big time LANCASTER and Stanford will croit batl hero at 230 Wednesday afternoon harp A good game le expected Go and tee our bays wipe up tbo earth with the visitors Admission 25o tUe WITH two elocutionary contests a big hop and the opening ball of Crab Orchard Springs the young folks hero about will be considerably on tho g this week Belles and boaux aro a bIllUmes eaDNl next to McRoberu drug store Wednesday and Thursday after noon June 18 and 19 a nice clean took of mllllnerr consisting of baLI flowers lace ribbons velvet etc I Will also sell five One how cote Miss Llccle Beazley bep was a very pleating entertainment but It xae not at liberally patronized as it de served to boo There were five contest thewas g Hsres Mary Yantl of Lancaster tho third Their subjects were Herculanoumand The Toll Tale Heart rcepectlval MleeMrE Williams ot Lexington Dr W D xelyI THE Central Oil Gat Mining Co will very likely shoot Welt No 3 on Sheriff Baughmans farm Drilling was discontinued at 700 toot in this well and 15 toot of what II thought to bo land producing oil was encountered Drilling In Well No4 continues and depth of about 400 feet has been teat led Tbo Stanford Oil Gas Jr Develop tog Co has experienced some trouble with Well No 2 which ii on Frank McKInnoys form Tble trouble woe reatlyImpededhas not been drilled to The Lincoln Oil Gas S Mineral Co wllltlnkits first well about 200 yards from the Baugh man No 1 and work will begin as soon as tho machine arrives Tho Buffalo Oil Co will begin drilling on E T Fences farm in tbo next day or HO Machinery was put on tho ground Saturday MISS POLLY TRAYLOR Last but by no moves tbe least we publish a fair likeness of Stanfords popular representative In tbe young ladles contest at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening June 18 Tboyoung lady needs no Introduction to an audlenco of her native heath for tbo mere announcement that Ibo will take part In an entertainment It a auf ficient recommendation to all Sho Is an elocutionist of more than ordinary sittainmentswho believe the can and will win first honor that evening Miss Pollys sub ject It Piping Jims Last Leap Sauf ley L Alverton Managers t+ NitNt f++N+ + tttt BABY carriage at cost Withers Furniture Co JOSEPH HILTON was fin1d 15 for breach of the peace by Judge Bailey yesterday lOE chests refrigerators freezers an coolers at low prices John Bright Jr L Coe- REatsltusn tho baseball game at the graded school grounds to morrow Wednesday afternoon WB b opthap wo will sell at 30 to 660 per 100 Apply at once J U Baugbman k Co RBMBMUBR the Male contest will bo held Friday Juno SO at Walton S Opera Haute E H Beazley Mgr PINED Tom Eyans colored was fined 18 and costs In Judge Carson court yesterday Richard Skinner wa fined IS for softies Tom Evans with a bottle guestde there will be several hundred The ball on that evening promises to be an tilegant affair WM ROWSBY0 killedSam Mar ton In Boyle Is believed to bavo loft the country The murder was a most foul one and It is generally hoped that ho will bo naught at an early day IF you have not secuedyour seal I for tbe great contest June 20 do so at once Great crowds have always a tended these contests and this one w1 surpass all previous ones E H Beaz ley Mgr NOTICE Tbe partnership of Davit r 1olrequested to call on J W DavIe at Mlddlobur Ky and settlo at once J W Davis Tue Panama hat craze is gradually growing and It will likely strike Dan vlllo before fall A few Stanford men are wearing their last years Panamas until tome more uptodate hat is brought on- t FAIR PRIVILEGES Sealed bIde for the various privileges of tbo Crab 0 shard Fair k Racing Association will be received up until 2 P M Thursday July 10 1902 Direct all communica tions to A W Buchanan Secretary Crab Orchard Ky sIFyou want to secure a seat at the elocutionary contest at Waltons Opera Home tomorrow evening you had bet ter write or telephone Managers Sauf Cadseat tickets Is tbo oalargest ever known 150 already being I CIRCUIT COURT Friday end Saturday were taken up with a taw civil cas ea of minor Importance Yesterday D Hester was fined 120 in one case I selling whisky and was acquitted another W F Main k Co sued H Carter for 1160 on a jewelry account but a verdict for the defendant was t revolt of the cave Tbe trial of Alfr Bright ton killing Sam Blakemore is todayhI THE court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Wayne circuit court In the case of Sam Handle vs W R Cress etc Cress was awarded the c tlCcato of election as county judge Wayne in 1001 Hardln his oppone contested alleging Irregularities in t Mill Springs precinct After the votes had been counted and certified the election officers failed to preserve thi and they woro burned This was t ground of the contest There was no charge of fraud Tho lower court dis missed the petition and this was sus tamed NlnthAnnual Contest June20 verylarjteness the greatest of all contests here elegantprogram Address L R Hughes chairman Mu sic Miss Cora E Dodge Louisville High School The Sioux Chiefs Daughter Vocal Quartette Rev W E Arnold T D Raney Mr J H Turner Miss Lillian Bybce Miss Jen GradedSchoolmental Duet Mr J H Turner Mrs G T Orlostead Miss Florence Burn side Lancaster Alemeda Vocal So lo Miss Jennlo Lynn Miss Maudo M Pope Danville Buyin1 a Feller Vio lin Solo Miss Mary Hundley Miss Pol ly Traylor Stanford Engaged Vo cal Solo Mrs J H Turner Miss Sara Daniels ParllIIAI the Moon Rose Vocal Quartette Rev W E Arnold T D annoy Mrs Anna Davidson Mrs HackneyLoodoo lo Miss Dot Camnltz Miss Ltlllo B Leave Hamilton College Lily Ser voeses Ride Vocal Duet Mrs J H Turner and Miss Lillian Bybee Miss Myra Walker Flemlngsburg Slater and I Music Miss Anna Darst Stan lord Zlb the Mountain Guide Mu c Mlit Myrtlo Brltton Harrodsburg Perdlta the Marble Statue Vocal Quartette Rev W E Arnold T D Ranoy Mrt J H Turner end Miss MeoeiceWarren Hughes Dr William Phillips Wm Embry Bowman Owens Georgo Ellis Robert Woods Phelps Cobb Willis J Pearl E H Beazloy Mgr AGENCY genuine Whitman saddles J C McClary l KINDLY give your attention to that unpaid account of yours at this office SGRBBN doors screen windows and screen wire at John Bright Jr R Cos REV W W BRUCE will preach at tbe Presbyterian church Hustonvillo Sunday CARRIAGE FOR SALE In good re pair and used only a year or two Will sell cheap Call at this office WITII now typo and tbe most up to mosteheads statements envelopes bill beads posters etc Prices right This office NDTHAT Mrs Louie Westrop killed her five children near Martin Mice Robert Woods of Marlon was drowned in Cumberland river Former Congressman Robert J Vance of Connecticut Is dead bylightning fatallyoA train ran into a washout at Mid killedIIsays the mlllenlum has already dawned Andrew Dele cut tbe throat of his 10 ycar old wife at Peoria III and then killed himself homebya pro traded Illness of a complication of de eases He was 70 years of age B G Fox sold to an Ohio party a fine horse for 1350 Anderson It SpllI man bought of Sam Moore and others 14COO bushels of old wheat 1900 and 1901 crops at 81c Advocate I Valuable Property For Salt twotResidence The storerooms are brick with nice rooms over them one storeroom coonpled by W otherbyO Owsley Stanford Ky I Marshals Sale for City Taxes Tho following real estate will be offeredI for public tale to the highest and best bid der to pay city taxes on same for the year 1001 and COlt of cOllection Wednesday July 2 1002 before the In Stan ford Ky for cash In hand towltl Abe Carler100 Green Helm 100 Harrison Helm I 48 R G JONES City Marshal JnCfiC I e LGXinGTOn D8ffiOClRltC Is the daily Democratic apaper published in the regionhaSubscription Price 5 a Year It Is especially devoted to the Interests of hothe Democratic party and give all favorjWIlgr l j n Full Dress I Everything necessary for correct ot the contests and the dance dressiShirts Collars to Ties Patent er Pumps Oxfords and Dress Boys we arc headquarters nnd weiknow how dressto you Try 1 i I Cummins a McClaryf f 8oQ t eo t 4laaiqY Qidea W gAO a e iVW1fIQ 5- 310 1 itq 4 IB 1 11 1xa NEW SHIPMENT OF THOSE eS 11e4I1ADDIS SUSPENDERS I iiif M fk it I The only guaranteed suspender on T the market button hole IIItt Year faslong as rubber in the web lasts AW t55j35 A heavy Work Suspender guaran 410 onlybyNlw 4M q- i1 i IWm H J McRobertsa oE3 1 eeie414D iHf 1IJJ I c I m I Hot Weather Goods 1 m forget our stock when in need of 11 IDont Dimities Ginghams Lace Stripe f Underwear Summer Corsets and Piques for Wash Skirts Etc I SUMMER SHOES j In addition to our large stock of Shoes and Ox CanvasjjWe tell the Mines 11 to 2 at 75c We sell tho Ladies 3 so 7 at 11 00 We sell Boys Oxfords and Shoes at I100 We sell Mens Oxfords at 8100 We fell Mens Shoes at 125 Severance Sons New Store I XXth Century Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quantity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO A O L CARPENTER W n WITHERS The Withers Furniture Co carries alliextensive line of i Furniture and Carpets Wall Paper Window Shades c Wallpaper j trimmed and Pictures framed artistically 1 They appreciate your trade J Withers Furniture Co t f THETO10RJOURNAL h Entered n the potlojflce at Stanford at toonddatt matt- errntolsh aTu oan yaatrles-ar 1 PER YEAR CASHI Hf When not sooatd xOO will btehsrid t KNOXVILLE DIVISION Ho 21 Train going North 1I58n- No 26II 2V a ts Ko25 II II South 12SSam No 2t II ui U2 pm For all FolnU KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 IMTM Stanford atE 15S m No StrrlTMttSUofonl 113am- Ho SI ICATM Stanford at 230pm PRICEIj fl Dentist i w Stanford Ky ttcBoborUPrnr Store In tasOwilij I IOAtlOur A Balldlog JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky Offlcejover HigRina McKlnneys Store I If Telephone No iMEIN LIVERY STABLES- WBTOSBSJNProriL JUNCTION CITY KY I WritClass Turnouts at Reaionable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men I Grain and Hay For Sale l A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as t I Auotoinosr I the people of Lincoln County He 11to will pleaeeyou both in work and price Write to him MONUMENTS4 tPttlEZIN01 rWblte Drones IK to lone In the monument business what tho Improved dropbead sew i4 1ng machine ls to the method or car Is to tbe old stage Coach It 1a the advanced thought of the age It is Indestructible and win perpetuate the rev cords and resting place of your ones It is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap pearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate It JtC McWhorter RQtC- RABiOHOnABO KY J+ + JYJCal1 Y t UNDERTAKER EBIBALJrIER And Dealearln BAE1TE3S SADDLER 8c0 Stanford Ky t GOLDSTEINir141 Voranda Hotel at Stanford Monday and ZuesdayI1u19 7 8 JItNow Is the time Dont neglect your hoIst Jrlend your eyea Eyes examined and nogSectOffice hou n 9 a m to 5 p m r Some Reasons Why You Should Insist on laving EUREKA HARNESS OIL yeRenders hard leather sort preparedKCtp9 A heavy HARNESSAn Reduces cost of our harness Never hums the leather i its Efficiency is increased Secures service Stitches kept from breaking OILsin aU Localitiesfanatattafld b7 Standard 011 Company NI C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX t LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all tlmeliW Logan CECIL at CHTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers o- fSODA POPand all kinds of soft drinks Write for prices J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STRIiFORfl KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Travel- Ing Men Phone No 9- 0NOTICETba cltlwnj ot Stanford and vicinity may well utratuUU theniMlrcs on baring at their canlhe handsome and Intensely boo milk and butter bull CooperredslerhlaemdrolgaKentuckyWr112tt71 os In 7 Jays and winner In the show rings Urlire U Pedro Royal Marjoram 28SCO a son of Pedro and the great ola1onm and her dam U Rioters byPedroPrettylearlten generations has a recorded butter teat Peter Scoptrn Pedro W was purchased at s long price for cuh therefore I must bare each for hla service ebIvi I hate placed at the lmignlSant sum of a3 padlockdreel Walker II McKinney Stanford Ky Come and sec our handsome line ofd FASHIONABLL MILLINERY in the Postoflice Building on Main street Mrs Garland Singleton BEAZLEY Fr HAS Undertakers and- Embalmors ALSO DIlIBH IS FurnUnrcMatUtijjsRnjr8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY g 2 0 c == =0 BhDjOQ jCV g 05tIJ cm 51 r 0oJ0 c = tNC1l CCa H 0- LU Qg ca i Cj nqQIZHPi q 7- l Z = C1l tloS i =0 011 LU 0- gf lJO tgoQ 0= I O GO oohyt- w no cc = g I t = a tt Wc elen 1plr S rn U a ao NEWS NOTES Tim Donahue ibo base ball catcher U dead The court ol appeals adjourned Sat urday for tho Summer vacation Two sharp earthquake shocks won felt In Newport Ore Saturday night Albert D Marks committed sulcld at Nashville by shooting himself thro the templo The decision in tho Howard appca will co over until tho Fall term of tho court of appeals A Laporto Ind man celebrated lh 30ih anniversary of his marriage b shooting his wife to death Tho surrender of tho Boer forces I proceeding satisfactorily Over 10001 have laid down their arms Mrs Nathaniel Bloom of Chicago kidnaped when a child In Now York has been found by her father The court of appeals holds in a Lexington case that a city council can create offices not authorized by thi charterThe York representatives hay asked Congress to appropriate 1609000 to cover the deficit of the Buffalo Exposition Charles Powers Indicted for com pllclty In the quarter house fight hai been arrested and placed In Jail a Plnevllle Herman D Moritz a Brooklyn Inventor was killed at tho first succossfu test of a device ho had spent 25 year- perfecting A little daughter of Wm Blankon ship of Christian county was attacked by a rooster and received probably fatal wounds Charley nInkle was shot and killed at Barbourvllle by Bert Catroo The trouble Is said to have been caused b a game of cards The jury In the case of Will Moeby colored charged with killing J N Hawkins in Lexington failed to agree and was dlcharged The printers In tbe employ of tbe government In Manila have petitioned Commissioner Ide asking that their salaries be paid In gold Tho cholera situation in the1 Phillp pines Is alarming and Manila has qua r antined against all other places Smallpox Is prevalent also Eight girls were cremated In afire In Philadelphia They became panic stricken and overcrowded tbe tire es opes Many were Injured John Wanamaker is said to be nego tlatlng for the Palmer louse In Chi cago with a view to building the lang est department store In the world on the alto of the hotel- TheTlppecanocBattlefleld Associa tion held Its annual memorial service Sunday at the battleground near La fayette Ind Mr Henry Wattorson delivered the address Tbe Kentucky Good Roads Conven tion is to be held in Lexington Aug 13 and 14 during tho Elks fair and carnival Over 150 delegates are expected from all parts of the State A fast mall train and an accommoda tion train collided near Summit Tonn on the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis railroad Four trainmen were killed and 15 persons were injured At a meeting of the commissioners of the Feeble Minded Institute at Frank fort M J Meagher wee elected presi dent of the board and W S Dehoney who resigned as commissioner was elected secretary Internal Revenue Commissioner Yer ken has published a ruling that a bot tling warehouse established by one die tiller pod set apart for hIs use may be utilized by different distillers having spirits on the distillery premises George N Fleck of Louisville was accidentally killed at the Great Northern Hotel Chicago In the presence of his bride of only five days Mr Fleck was unpacking a valise and in taking out a pistol dropped It Tho weapon was discharged and tho bullet entered Mr Flecks mouth and penetrated hIs brainArticles were tiled in Frankfort cor solldatlog the Big Sandy Railroad Company of Virginia and the Big San dy Railroad Company of Kentucky The consolidated company is owned by the CL 0 and will construct a road from Whltehouse Johnson county through that county Floyd and Pike into Virginia Work on tho road will begin July 1 Miss Mary Custls Lee a daughter of Gen Robert E Leo was arrested in Alexandria Va on the charge of breaking the Jim Crow car law Miss Leo was taken to the police sta- tIon followed by a crowd of excited citizens Miss Leo was discharged to appear In the police court to answer the charge If the railroad company should desire to prosecute the ease The af air caused great excitement A statement was given out In Wash Legion it Is believed by the war department in which approval is given Gen Woods action In paying Cuban unds to F B Thurber In conducting tho reciprocity propaganda With re atlon to Mr Haverneyera also employ lug Mr Thurbor It Is said that the ovorbmont was not awaro of this fact but that his employing Mr Thurber lu no way militates against Justifying Gen Woods course For biliousness use CbaroberalnsStom ace A Liver Tablets They cleanse tho stomach and regulate the liver and bow els effecting quick and permanent cure For sale by Craig do Hocker druggists 1 The crowningjoy womanhood is motherhood thecrowning joy to motherhood haveychildren lint there can be no joy Ins motherhood without health and without health for tile mother there can be 110 health for the child It is of vital Importance for women to know that the mother and chili general entirely within womanicontrol The thousands of women vh have used Dr Tierces Favorite 1re when expecting motherhoo- dt have testified that it made them healthy and in the days of walling made the baby s advent practically painless and gave them to give their chit dren Mrs Vf J Klddtr of Hill Dale perm root burgcenlerRnmburgVlwrita Vuriaglbe past myself expectingmaternitr and In rapids tailing health I suffrrrddread fully from and urinary difficulty I was growing pcrcrptlblr weaker each day ncl suffered much at times I that aomdhlajfmull be done I sought your advIc- t a prompt reply Took twelyi bottle of Doctor Itcrcea Parorit Preacrltion and also followed your Instructions I agar to Improve IraurdUlely my ocatlb bream excellent ad I nould do tit own work we lye on a good teed farm I walked and rode easyeThe Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser a containing 1008 pages is given away Send ai onecent stamp for expense of mailing only for the book in covers or 31 for the volume bound in cloth Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y VLAND STOCK CROPS ETC Henry Nowland sold to S Morgan 22 bogs at 5 80 Hiram Collier sold to James Park some steers at 3o Gold tools won the Suburban at Sbecpshead Bay Saturday An antl trust butcher shop in New York Is proving a big success The Grand Prix de Parr of 0000 trance was won by KlzllKourgan by ahead Lute it Co sold to Dick Gentry at Danville yesterday 11 long yearlings at4o A mad steer ran amuck in the streets of Cincinnati aud fatally gored two parsons H G Wlogate sold 40 205lb hogs to John W Webb and S M Rupley at 16 10 Advocate Rev WE Arnold will preach at Hubble Saturday night and Sunday morning and night The wheat crop bids fair to be better than was expected a month ago Har vesting It will begin soon Iowa auctioneers have decided that one must make 1000 sales before ho h entitled to the title Colonel W A Tribble delivered Saturday to Sweeney Morgan a bunch of 50 160 Ib hogs sold two months ago at file The Kentucky Trotting force Breed ers Association will spend 110000 In improving their track and grand stand atLexingtonDANVILLE COURT Very few cattle were at Danville yesterday and there was little or no demand The horse and mule market was also very dull Postmaster ElkIn of Lexington who has just returned from Washington Is confident that President Roosevelt will attend the Lexington trotting races in OctoberW Bcazley S Bro of Garrard sold to Eastern men 175 cattle averag ing 1050 pounds This herd Is said to bo one of the best In the State Tho price paid was tO CO Terry lw Martin of Htsovlllo bought several fancy horses In Adair county at prices ranging from 8100 to 8200 A B Franklin ot Knob Lick delivered a lot of fat hogs to Horse Cavo buyers at 80 23 Glasgow Times Thomas W Lawson bought 23 Jer soy at the Linden Grove sale at Ccop craburg Pa one of them Champion flying Fox a bull four yeare old for 17500 His others ranged from 1300 to 81500 Last year Flying Foxs get av eraged 8721 About 18 months ago Dr Clifton Fowler bought a bunch of calves from different parties at 814 Ho grazed them all the time and yesterday sold them to Lutes L Co at 837 making a gross profit of 823 on tbo head which Is the finest sale wo have heard of tbo doctor more than doubling his money Sim and Jonas Well exporters of cattle bought of W W Enlll of Elm Wood Farm 00 export beef over two years old averaging about 1450 pounds at fife which will amount to about 83 000 They will bo turned over to the Well Bros about August 10 Tbo latter will ship them to the Liverpool market In the fall Lexington Demo cratTbo cow editor of tho Somerset Jour nal says Only the rich can afford to keep poor cows and they dont and the poorer a man Is tho better his low cows should bo it he Is to make a living To see a poor man keeping poor cows Is a sight to make one sigh at the short sightedness man A poor man can not afford to waste his money on poor cows but a rich one cnn Usually we hear it said that the poor man can not afford to own good cows This is con trary to all experience If he can afford to own any he can afford to own the best F MENS FINE SHOES My stockof liens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew Selby Invincible ShoesEv- ery pair fully guaranteed Twentyone Our millinery stock is completeEivo us a call Yt eaT e- w13heelec5 bmQOTm HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE DEALERS Iti Carriages Buggies PhaeJtons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho nbovo always on hand and arc sold nt prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Having watered This beautiful Ilk col S ted DaeIdan Elgin Waltham move meet sod warranted 25 IS When wanting anything In line dont fall to the things Itcmombor our Mr handsome Is II wefthe largest Colleges In the When you buy glasses of we faction money Pine watch and diamond McAd msiJ8 Opticians OIL STOVES s There is something brand now on the market in tho way oil stoves and wo t have it It is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove r This store is absolutely safe anti reliable nnd we will guarantee it to your bread just ta brown ns you it iu a very few seconds bSkCftime fuel Dud temper One gallon of oil will run one burner Call and let us show you tho stove Higgins a McKinney I STANFORD KENTUCKY i The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Coyparry 1 OF STTtNFORD KY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid and N onAsscssablefOmoEMJ II Uiugunian Pres A T Nunnelley lIce Prea II Wear Jon Treas U Helm Secy DaughmanJThe Lincoln Oil GM tit Mineral babout 3000 acres of land leased in Lincoln county Ky The larger prtlon of this lease la contiguous to the M 8 Baugh man farma portion in the neighborhood of Mayvood and Sugar Grove BiCtioui and still another portion skirting Logana of the surest Indications of the probable value undeveloped lands u the result of oOoru at development on land adjoining reserved by the Incorporators can be issued by thorn until natlre amount reserved hu been and every dol lar arising therefrom will used In developing the company holdings No officer or director draws a salaiy from the company will receive any compensation for his time and labor uuless by good mausgement the entire stock of compan is rendered valuable by reason of the untiring eflorU of tho officers and directors The stock is nonailenable and the private property the stockholder not liable for corporate debts It is incorporated under the laws of the State ot Kentucky Iu u books are open at all times to lie stockholders and are invited to its to ceive any Information concerning the companys affairs The business is being push ed with the rapidity and possible that Is commensurate with safe lnMi AnticdCr rJ preparation for eradicating the dis 1perspirationIt is a sure cure for portion of the body All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by I weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST 4 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Office in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all tbe Stale Courts also States and Hankrnptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted Farm For Sale coucluded to quit farming I will sell farm of 123 acres Mllledgovllle and Stanford pike It Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wet with never ailing springs In bust neighborhood In Lincoln county For further call or write to W A rettus MllledsevlUe Ky fitted with or years for our see new and have In our stock of Opthalmlc til or refund the leg sett- ingMurray Jewelers of waut It 18 W Oo the so be or of Is they ro all zed bu A or In on on T 4 Fourth ol July Entertainment To be given at tbe Oak Grove Race Track ofYoeemttoprogram will contlut of an old time Fiddlers ContestBaso Ball Came and CakO Walk Flat price 110 second 13 third 12 In fiddlers contest In cake Balk Ont prize U 310 and second n 15 cake with cornpotltlpn open to yearshocofJulyto enter any of the above contests should to Jones tc Kelsay Managers Yosemite Ky i I