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I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J 0i VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 20 1902 9 A M NO 32 1 t alarm Dr Pierces rGOLDENMEDICAL DISCOVERYRestores i lOSTFIKH I AND STRENGTH Iltrilromdoctonfloh sad tirnxtti was not able to do a toad 11ecclGeldll1 InbotllttThe sole motive for mbtlltutlou U to r permit the dealer to make the little more I profit paid by the tale of leas methods cue medicines He aln ou lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Diacovery QUICK MAnntAQES Tho Cyntblana Times In commenting oa the fact that TennOMco man burled his wife one day and married the cook tho noxtityt that It knowi of a Kentucky mlnlitar who proposed to hit deceased wlfoi sister oa the way homo from the funer- Al and they were married within three week after the wifes death The Winchester Democrat say It knows of a mao In Bracken county some years BCD who proposed to a girl the night they were titling up with hit wlfea corpie Heaven evidently blessed the t nblon for the eftluanl olroumitaooet h have eight brightfaced happy child beetIbeing oMorted to heaven by an angel soot for that purpos May I look at 1 the other place before I atoend to etor oat happiness asked the editor So I tbay went blow and kirmlthed aaIup him by a big furnace fanning himself and gaatog with rapture upon a lot of people In the lire There was a sign on tbo furnace which read Delin quent lubwrlber You may go on eald the editor Im not coming this la heaven to mo HO HTO AVOID TROUBLE Now ik the time to provide yourself and family with a bottlo of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemcdr It It almost certain to be needed before the luramor la over and If procured now f may use you a trip to town in the nig- htfor In your busiest ecauon It is every admitted to be the most iiicccstful in nee for bowel complaints far children and adults No family can afford to be without It For sale by Craig A Hooker druggists r The Birmingham AgeHerald says that there are children not more than seven yenrt old=little girl AI a rule In tome of the factories In Alabama I who are lummoned before daylight driven Into tho llntfllled air and there kept after nlghtfaIl that they may earn 1 10 cents a day Tho mill owners of Al abama have organized to fight the pro helpicaA a Mrs OTooloWell It makes no dlf feronce now Ye see hes working In a brewery and gits his booze for nothln So tbo doctor told you whisky would make you strong What effect did It have y Well I bought a barrel of It last month and couldnt lift It Now I ca carry It all over tho house Inow tlnwcro la +rubbed over with fresh lard and thoroughly heated In the oven before It Is used It will novel to rust afterward no matter how much It Is put In water I see you pay your doctors bills by check and send It by mall Sure It I took him the money he might charge mo for another visit Tribune The Senate pawed the London Dock Charges Bill LANCASTER WednesdayAattracted by the circus Several mad dogs have boon killed In the Plat Woods section Gov W 0 Bradley residence has been Improved and beautified bafresh coat of paint Sweet peas are In full bloom and alt most every housewife has grown them for decorative purposecRev J L McClung of Paint Lick will preach at the Presbyterian church hero next Sunday morning Monday Is court day and the ladles aid society wlil furnish a dinner In the hall at tbo court house for 25c The ladles aid society of the Chris tian church will meet on Saturday afternoon with Mrs J Fleece Robinson A badly crippled man traveling by means of a peculiarly constructed bicy cle was seen on the streets hero Tues dayRev C M Cbumbloy will preach for the Presbyterian Paint Lick church Sunday morning and at West Point In the afternoon The automobile to bo rallied off by the Elks Lodge on the flr6 day of the Richmond fair will bo exhibited on the streets here tomorrow Three out of the four churches now bold their prayer moett gs on Wednes day evening tbo Methodists having re cently made a change from Tuesday Joe Harris the 4 year old son of Mr and Mrs T W West Jumped from the third step of a stairway fell and sue tamed a fracture of tbo leg just above the knee The S K Oil ft Gw Co are drilling near Cartcrsvllle this county and have struck several grades of flntola oil They have drilled about 600 feet and soon expect to strike a gusher J B and J T Ruble of Lower Gar rard delivered to Simon Well of Lox ington ISO fat cattle for 112000 This with W S Beaileys 118000 export herd records a sale for Garrard within about JO day time of over 190000 aa tbo proceeds of cattle raislog Mr John Royston of Marksbury died Tuesday after 16 years of Invalid Urn and patient suffering The funeral was preached at Pleasant Grove and tho Interment followed at the Danville cemetery A family of two grown sons and daughters are loft to mourn a moth ers lost T S Bllcln bought a lot of fat butcher oows from leery Anderson at 3o also a lot of sown from W E Amon of Lincoln at 133 fat cows from John Cress at 310 fat hogs of H M Dallou at do Edgar and N D Price deliver oJ to K L Woods of Paint Lick 66 lambs at 5a W A and T J Price also sold 47 to E L Woods sod W S Bmbry sold 67 lambs to tbo same trad erJohn Royce former husband of Miss Johnson an heiress of the Wm John son estate was arrested Tuesday b Marshal Slier and taken to Fort Thorn ai to answer the charge of desertion from the U S army This Is not tho first time Royce has figured In the die graceful role of a deserter as ho proved to bo a fortune hunter and left bis wlfo after securing a portion of her patri moray cltrbBarton of Chicago an Interesting col lectlon of curios and souvenirs gather HolyLandflowers Is among the mementos Dr Barton Is just back from a three mouths tour of Palestine Ho Is tho successful author of The Hero in Homespun Pine Knot and othc Eastern Kentucky dialect stories Mcadames Edgar Turley and Mary Coley of Richmond have boon visiting Mrs Leander Davidson Capt Forbes and daughter Miss Amelia of Colum hue 0 aro visiting Mrs Margate Dobbs Mis Maul Beazloy of Crab Orchard Is visiting Dr and Mrs W 5 Bcazley Alley Eliza Jones of Dan ville Is the guoiiof Misses Jane and Robra fornia Oregon and Washington Mrs E L Yantls of Winchester Is expect ed to be the guest of Miss Annie Yon tie Mrs Ed Price and N B Price were in Stanford Wednesday Mea dames Theodore Wlnlcrsmlth and Er nest Sprague of Louisville are visitors of Mrs W R Cook W P Logan Is visiting Mrs J P Sandlfer at Coving RichmondnIs tho guest of Mrs Stormcs L L Walker Is back from a trip to Indian apoltsr Mr Perry Hill of Columbus Kan le again here after an absence of almost CO years- Following Is the program of tho vocal contest to bo hold here at the opera house next Tuesday evening Mlseea Helen Sumrall Danville May Willie byDellblasvllle Rosalie Kovon Mtnnlo Dykes Richmond Sing ODLDen zaSong Picture Lead Kindly LightI Misses Thompson and Hemphlll Miss t 01 Elizabeth Williams London The Dream1 Baetcbc Gonzella Byrne Selma Ala Lula Smith Somer sot torsttyAiaeoherool Lllllo B Luayell Bryantsylllo Sing OnLD- onza Reading Mils Mao Robinson Brrantsvlllo A Quarter Interest Dot Carnnltz Huilonvlllo Holy City Adams Corn Ward Lancaster Fleeting DaysDalloy Marvs Helen Vanarsdalo Harrodsburg Tbo Swal lows Cowan Annie Bailey Win Wreck of Pocahontas Miss es McRobcrts Englcmao Higgins and Bourne Stanford MATRIMONIAL Morris Walls and Milt Maude Blank enshlp were married at the brides home near Klngsvllle Wednesday Senator Hanna sent a check for 150 000 as a wedding gift to his daughter Mabel and her husband Harry Par sons Col E F Clay and Mrs Florence KI Lockhart were married In Chicago They are two of Bourbon countys most prominent people Frank Brown of Pulaski county and MlisNellloParmleyof Wayne coun ty were married at tho residence of Rev John Woods Miss Rose Guggenheim of Chicago who Is worth 12000000 paid 117000 to the young man of her choice tbo only consideration being that be should mar ry her As stated In our last Issue they would bo Mr George Ktogsland Fisher of St Louts and Miss Laura Blackburn Shelby daughter of Col Isaac Shelby were made one at Arcadia Tuesday evening Miss Mary Shelby Saunders of Jeanrotte La was the maid of hon or and Mr Buckncr Fisher of St Louis was best man The other at tendants were Misses Elizabeth Fates of Danville and Helen Fisher of St Louis and Mr Fach and Dr Gottvs alto of St Louis After tho ceremony which was said by Rev E Cooley of Danville an elegant lunch was partak en of The entire home was beautiful ly decorated green and white being the predominating color and palatial Arcadia presented a scene that those In attendance will not soon forget Mr1 and Mrs Fisher are now touring the East but will be at home to their friends at 4395 W Pino Boulevard St Louis after July 23 Tbo bride Is one the handsomest ladles In her section Is highly acompllsbod and exceedingly popular Mr Fisher Is a banker of his his oily IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Betty Watson aged 80 is dead In Adair The wets won at Mlddleeboro by a majority of 200 A Rood pocket of oil was struck In tbo Catron well at Cartwrlght Cllnto- county by the Clinton Oil Gas Co Judgver homo near MOltlcelio of heart failure Bert Catron was acquitted of tho killing of Charles Hlnkle at Darbour vlllo The plea of tbo defendant was selfdefense The city council at Barbourvllle bas Quad It necessary to prohibit the pas sage of wagons loaded with nitroglyc erine through town The Brecklnrldge 011 Company bss taken down the derrick of the oil well movy they have contracts for boring wells Now Miss Sadie Taylor daughter ot Mitchell Taylor tbo stave king of coor young women at N C She represents Caldwell Col lego Danville A Frankfort special says The Un- Ion flank of Harrodsburg with 15000 thto Dobaun W B Royalty and J E Sims are the chief stockholders Of what does a bad taste in your mouth remind you It Indicates that your atom ach Is In bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing so good for such a disorder as Cbamberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets after having once used them They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For sale at U5c per box by Craig A Hocker druggists The House passed the December A proprlatlon bill During tho conclud tog debate Mr Richardson took the r publicans to taste for their party pledges and their fostering of trust through high protective tariff The honeymoon was waning I cant help thinking she remark cdIItbat tho clergyman looked very solemn when ho was marrying us Wolf bo answered hes a married PoetfA New York gotrlch quick co corn which failed a few days agowro to Its customers liDo not judge us harshly our money wont with yours I NEWS NOTES i preeideafIn tome sections of Tennessee DO rain has fallen for over 70 doge Mayor Grainger haiinot yet accepted JockIJohn D Rockefeller Is said to own nearly all automobile patent of value In this country A PJueis a prominent German farm er of Bernttadt was kicked by a horse and died from his Injuries The C C Mengel Bros Cos box plant at Louisville was damaged by Ore to the extent of 50090 Hoary Isgrlg bis wife and son of Maysvlllo and Miss Edna Green were poisoned by eating deviled bam Pullman car conductors In all parts of the United States are signing a petition asking for an Increase In wages Julia Marlowes press agent an nounces that her personal share of the receipts for the season aggregates 105000 The Rev Eugene Augustus Hoff man D D dean of the Episcopal Theological Seminary In New York died suddenly A large body of strikers Incited by anarchUt agents andliprofestlonal agl tators attacked several factories In Paterson N J Mr Margaret IFeeney Jwlfe of a jockey and widow of Dab iFord the slayer of Jesse James committed snit cede at Durango Col Camille Lemolne whohhad lived on less than 15 cents a day was found dead In his room In New YorkQHe left an estate worth over 150000 Hugh Miller the fouroldson of W P Miller of Worthington Davleis county white playing with matches caught Ore and burned to death The State Board of Equalization re ports tax valuation on property In Ken tucky to be 503820033 The States revenue from this Is to be 2044143 16 Every pound of butter that goes to the West Indies says Pearsons Week ly Is colored red as the Negroes there will not have butter of any other color A party of surveyors will be sent by the United States Geological Survey to Southwestern Kentucky to Investigate deposits of lead zinc and other miner ale The several hundred Kentucky Ne gro employes at French Lick and West Baden have been anonymously notified that unless they skedaddle they will be dynamitedLt S Wvgant Is accused of extreme cruelty at Fort Thomas In forcing Private Henry Roll who was Ill to drill at double time until he till unconsciousThe of the defunct German National Batik of Louisville have so forka holders will receive a dividend of about 15 a share A Louisville and Nashville pay train dashed Into a crowd of people on Stoner bridge at Paris Ky and three per sons were Injured one of whom a not gro boy will die President Mitchell has called a Na tional convention at Indianapolis at the earliest moment to consider the advis ability of calling out all the soft coal minors In the United States Buckskin Bills Wild West employes had a frnoforall fight at Maysvllle One member of the band bad fife jaw bono broken one Indian a leg broken and another an arm broken Several others wore badly cut about the body ad head A piece of shoestring served la hash during the Confederate reunion at Dal las was the cause of the death of A1 fred Hobgood a civil war veteran at Oxford who attended the reunion Mr Hobgood swallowed the string which had a brass tip on It and blood poison resulted A rumor was current In London that there had been discovered a plot to assassinate King Edward Tbo detect Ives at Scotland Yard refused to speak on the subject and no official announce ment was made King Edward health U rapidly Improving but bo was unable to attend the Ascot Heath races The investigation Into the suicide of Albert D Marks of Nashville result ed In William H Jackson Jr stating that tho signatures of himself and lath er ten William II Jackson bad been forged by Marks to notes aggregating fitp dlcdat The estate may pay all Indebtedness Mss Louis strobe near Brandy wine Misc killed her six little children She shot five with a Winchester and cremated an fnfant She was found in a graveyard and attempted her own lIfo The supposition Is that she Is crazy Senator Hannaln reply to a letter from dlaftobe a candidate in any sense of the word for the presidency In 1004 j i i r I lF = to L = l 1fiJ This Weather tDlings thoughts of Cool Clothes You need that 1 E jldmlnow to make life comfortableIEb have them till sorts JJVe i Flannel Serge i rJYoutt can buy a nice Flannel Suit for 5 r If lWilYSWELTER 3 3cr IT PAYS TO TRADE AT I h THE GLOBE RepairingEjYour money back It youre not satisfiedNLT 0 mILLER rleKearH =f 0 = = = v Grand Clearance Sale s i GreatReductions in Prices 1 J THE SALE IS NOW ON and will continue until entire stock is greatly reduced Now is the time to get goods at the right prices at the New York Store next door to Lincoln County National Bank Call and see how much goods 1 will buyI Get Rosenstein Be Co STANFORD KY OIL STOVES g There is something brand new on the market in the way of oil stoves and we have it It 5s thQJ t I i Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stoves This stove is absolutely safe and reliable and we will guarantee it to bake I your hoursCnllbread just as brown as you want it in a very few seconds It saves 1 Higgins McKinney j STANFORD KENTUCKYte AT COST FOR CASH 1BOOTSCAPS UNDERWEAR r GEORGE H FARRIS CO I Antieder I preparation for+ eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a surb cure for the odors from perspiration on any I portion of tho body without injnryfto health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared byiW B McROBERTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY l lt 0 L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALTON W P WALTON li a Candidate for lutlrotd Commlniontr for tb Xd District subleet to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGER 01 Wayn County li a MDdldat for State 1naI am subject to the action of the Dtuocntio puty G G GILBERT Of ShelbjTlUt It a candidate for the democrallc nomination for Coogrm in ibis the Sib dlnrict subject to the primary to be held Saturday AUI II TUB new constitution of Virginia ab solutely prohibits free passes In the i future No county district munlolpal or State officer will hereafter have free transportation on railroads steam boate or electric cars No mileage ape proprlatlonB will be made for member trips while the Legislature Is In ses elon Two exceptions only are made Firemen and policemen while ou du y may accept free transportation from street railroads All others from the governor down to the lowest municipal underling must step up to the captain office and settle This Is as It should be The prohibition with theso exceptions Is absolute and the penalty Is severe Any corporation which IIhaH give a pass will be subjected to henvy fines Any official who forgets him self and accepts a pats will forfeit bls office Of course the officeholders IIre 1 furious at the summary cutting off of this ancient valuable and demoral log privilege Their fury Is harmle If the constitution had to have the approval ot the people undoubtedly the t oBlceholdera would combine and they might defeat It but as It has been adopted by the convention that ends It Hereafter they must pay or stay at home and whenever they ride tbey will ride as the plain people do It wlll seem hard to them for a time but In the end the feeling of Independen will be a solace to them and they wlll hayo the consolation of knowing that the corporations will not have so much occasion to tempt them and that both they and the corporations will likely be better public servants IT seems that the big three who took snap judgment and called a cot ventlon In this railroad district a year j or so before It was necessary are not going to recall their hasty and unfair action to their shame be It said Such work can only redound to detriment of the democratic party and if Mr Mo Chord thinks be Is helping either him self or his party by not having the call rescinded be Is reckoning without his I hosts We dont charge that Mr MI Chord Is a party to the crime that the committee of three has committed but wo do charge that he sanction their act by not joining in the protest against the call of a convention 160118 months in advance of the election r FOUR employes ot Buckskin Bills Wild West Show were arested at Asl land enraged with kidnaping Laur Belle Murray a 15yearold girl at Vanceburg keeping her a prisoner on the show train repeatedly assaultln her and finally throwing her off the train The girl Identified three of the men who were taken back to Vance burg for trial We do not favor mol law generally but in tblacase we think Judge Lynch would do a mighty goo deed if he would hang every unty scoundrel In the lot THERE are 350 sitting members of the National House of Representative Of this number all but 23 are or have been married In other words the bachelors in the popular branch of Congress constitute but slightly moo I than 6 per cent of the whole member ship Evidently our National lawmak ers are satisfied to do well and let old bachelors like St Paul jet all the good they can out of his proposition that they who marry do well but they that marry not do better THESE are the days when life In Alaska la lightsome and luminous The bun rises at Dawson City at about hal past one In the morning and doesnt go behind the bills until after 10 ocloc In the evening giving the people of that festive and frosty city 20 hours of straight sunshine and business opportunity The other four hours of the Summer day are of the twilight order a compromise between dusk and dawn THE Jessamine Journal prints a good picture and excellent writeup of that sterling democrat Hon R H Tomlin son of Lancaster who la spoken of ala candidate for lieutenant governor There IB no better democrat In the State than Mr Tomllneon and the IN TERIOR JOURNAL and his other host of democratic friends would like to see him elected to that or any other office he may want IT la reported that Jouett Shonso hal bought an Interest in the Lexington Herald We trust the politics of that paper will suit him better than that of the Lexington Democrat which be ed- Ited a month or so TilE White House which was good enough for his predecessors la not equal to the fastidious taste of Teddy the broncho buster and la to be refitted at an outlay of 8230000 THE dispatches say that Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner dined with Teddy yesterday There was a time when tho general would not have felt near eo much at home la a republican houe hold But things have changed and 0 has Gen Buckner TUB Ohio Wine and Spirits Allocla tlon will disseminate literature Indore ing temperance but opposing prohtbl tlon on the ground that where prohlbl tlon exists the meanest and chealleet liquor Is used v WHY Is it that beef sells In London for 14 cents per pound while tho eame steak costs 21 cents per pound on thll side of the water And tho beef trU8t Is not making any money AFTER July 1 no man can legally ry a pistol about with him concealed or unconcealed unless It Is at least 20 Inches long and weighs at least three pounds POLITICAL N L Pond has been appointed poat master at Ktrksvllle There are seven prominent candl dates for the republican nomination for governor of Nebraska Hon T J Nunn ot Hopkins county has announced his candidacy for Judge 3f the Court of Appeals in tho olretap pellale district The low grinding noise In the EaBL Is only a tow republican leaders tryl to grind out something that may be onsldered a reply to Senator Hoar ipeech Commoner The republican members of the Se ito committee on Cuban relations a proved the Spooner bill which pro rides for a conditional 20 per cent re tuctlon on Cuban products The Tennessee republican State con entlon In Nashville nominated JudD e H T Campbell for governor A full State ticket was named Tne platfor was in line with the present republican policy f The democrats of the House succeeded in defeating a bill authorizing the ecretary of war to favor American rolls ships In the transportation of sup dies to the Philippines Mr Clayton of Alabama led the Ceht declaring the bill to be a homocpathic dose chip subsidy William O Bradley announces some more that he Is not a cahdldate for oyernor but declares that If ha wae he would carry Louisville by 81500 and would win easily If Bradley real Iy believes this then ho Is acting the art of a very bad party man In not inning until his tongue hangs out but no military In Louisville or thin bal- Ilots in the mountains go this time and 7elsh rarebit suppers are strlcke from the bill of fare Glasgow Times The Illinois Democratic Conven lon at Springfield nominated a ticket The Interest of the convention however entered in the fight for the Stat balrmanship and the struggle over the adoption of a platform John P Hot kiM was reelected chairman defeat ig Carter H Harrison after an exclt ig contest which was carried to tbe Dorof the convention There was a tbree hours struggle over the question of mentioning the Kansas City platform the reference to that documen finaly being eliminated THIS AND THAT Louisville la to be In a projected can combineA of Texas cattle sold at 7c on- the Chicago market W M Bright sold to E P Woods laven 175 pound hogs at 6c Joseph Hogatt charged with mur- del committed suicide In jail at Salem IndO F Meredith sold to E P Wood 12 hoga at 6c They weighed about 13 poundlS Hume one of the most promt nent business men of Richmond died at Colorado Springs While plowing Ira Sherrow of Bry antsvllle was struck by lightning and ndered unconscious While cutting down a tree near Man cbeter Harvey Hale was accidentally killed by a limb falling on him Will Talbot committed suicide at- Pare by throwing himself under a- traln He had been in ill health Dr Charles Trader of Sedalla Mo- and Miss Mamie Batterton of Dan vllle will be married on the 25th In a fight at Toledo Mrs George slghtner killed Miss Rosa Wheeler and fatally hurt Mrs William Wheel 31 her mother Stephen Ujbely a Brooklyn shoe maker and his slater are heirs to i 13000000 fortune left by an uncle it Budapest Germany R H Tomllneon of Lancaster who several years ago bought 1600 acres of- land In North Dakota has just refused an offer which if accepted would make him 50000 on his investment CHURCH MATTERS Rev Mark Collls of Lexington I- holding a meeting at London Rev J W Peterson will begin a e- tlce of meetings at Abrahams schoolhouse In the East End tonight He- w111 preach 12 sermons At Harrodsburg Mrs Mettle DIxon a licensed preacher being denied the usa of all the churches has been caching two and three times a day In the courthouse and It attracting large jgregatlons s LAND STOCK CROPS ETC JELynn sold to D N Print a mule for 8125 Isaiah White sold to Lutes S Co a bunoh of lambs at 6c Owing to the drouth In Texas the outlook for any corn crop la gloomy Hudson S Page and R L Tandy bought 500 hogs in Adair at 5 to 1120 Tho barn of Joo L Brown near Win cheater was burned with a loss of 110 000John Robinson J of Mercer made 11 000 from the lambs and wool of 100 sheepDuring the dcstllllng season jut closed in Anderson county there wore 2345 cattle and 1560 bga slopped I wilt stand my Berkshire Boar Billy Barker at tl cash when service rendered John Owsley Reid It has been definitely settled that the match race between Thomas LawsonlI Boralma and E E Smlthera Lord Darby for a aide stake of 120000 hall take place at Hartford on Saturday August 2- Ferris S Denny of Danville sold to Matt Cohen of Richmond a fouryc old combined gelding for 11200 and reo fused 8800 for a pair of fouryealold mares All are by F Relda GolddueL ilalllonMyera J Lyon told to P W Ray of Lexington a saddle gelding for 1700 to- S T Harbison a walktrot gelding for 250 and to Ferris L Denny a three rearold gelding by Winks for 8200 and a green gelding for 8125 GEORGETOWN COURT 200 cattle on the market no firstclass cattle offered Tattle of 830 pounds sold at 1450 teer elves 14 percwt heifer calves 1360 milk cows 825 to 830 plug horses IJO o860 No mules or sheep on the mar ketTlmesWilliam Whitney paid the record price of the season for a yearling when be bought two youngsters at the Han oho Del Paso sale for 821000 and In 000 respectively Both cotta are by Watercress the sire of Nasturtium for hlch Whitney paid last season 851 000 Ono out of Pansy the other out of Mama C Hibler Bros bought In the past week 50 1100pound cattle ot Jeff Bryant 60 1100 pound cattle of Wm Bryant 6 1300 pound cattle of A W Uunnloj ham 31 SOOpoundbellers of Hopkins Boardman 34 1000pound heifers of- Ray Cunningham Prices from 84 to 150 Simon Well bought of Fran edford 85 export cattle at 80 of John B Kennedy one load premium call at reported prices of iParis Kei t1cklanThe Lexington Elks Fair whit takee place the second week In Angus mould prove the greatest exhibition of- lIvo stock ever held outside ot Chlcag The classification and award list la announced In a preliminary catalogue- now ready for distribution The amount of the premium for each class has been creased over that ot previous year and the sum total of premiums runa 91011 Into the thousands Secretary F P Kenney will send a preliminary cat alojtue on request Golddust horses will sell says M F Reid owner of the splendid stallloi orley Golddust and It seems that be I about right about it Some month ohe sold to Ferris S Denny of Dar vllle fire horses by the above sire for 11000 As stated elsewhere they old one of them for 81200 and refused 800- for a pair of them Messrs Farris l Denny have two other good ones left of- the bunch and theres no telling how- Imuck they are going to make on the purchase of Golddust horses Golddust horses have sold for an alrgregate of 83600 in the last year aluable Property For Salt My residence on Danrllle Avenue and two reroomi on Male street opposite conrt- houae Stanford Ky are for sale Resl- dence it a two stery brick with 10 rooml- The storerooms are brick with nice roomer them one storeroom occupied by VI McRoberta as a drug store other by Wm Severance dry goods Addrei J D Owsley Stanford Ky Marshals Salt for City Taxe The following real estate will be offcre for public sale to the highest and best bidder to pay city taxes on same for the rear- Joot and cost of collection Wednesday July 2 1902 before the courthouse door In Stanford for cash In band towltl- Abo Cartert0- jenUelm 90 lIarriton Helm 1 48 R O JONES City Marshal CB8 LeXInGTOn DemO R C Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It it especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and give all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor 5 Mgr Lexington Ky i 0 r I Sf 1 Weather Eargains N 1 l- Tiot 0 1 FOR THIS WEEK AT THE ll S I GRAND LEADER o I 25 dozen Ladies Sflilors worth 48c thisFine lino Umbrella Zips fiOc 75o up to 85- Mtaos0 i loco hose worth 25c this I week 24c 10 dozen boys and young ulons Straw hate week lijci8100 choice fees 175 Ants special this week Ode fiucbt braid worth tip to I this week 35oMensfine Suits worth 812 this week S 798ii Mens Cloth Shoes leather solo and heelo5 Slurs Kid Gloves damaged and trim on price 150 this week 98o pair goods worth up to 150 special 15o pair t8148 200 Ladies lacitdyto N ear Street HnU i Mens fine Tan Shoes worth 12 at Fine new line Taffeta Ilibbous in nil colors worth 81 8125 and 8110 choice tocIoe4Hc o New Hue Velvet Ribbons all widtbeLadies line Shoos worth 8100 special OBc J i t The Grand LeaderiJI Hays Levy Props S B Levy Manager i is1 b 0t y iiT S y f T i e itt i l S lf N I T 7vTlvI i lt O e n Notice As administrator of VI R Evans 1 w1l ell at Ills late farm I miles west of 1h Cniey county Iron Saturday June 2at lO barrel of corn in II hornet lota Torn made known on day of sole T O Evan admr Phil K- yMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON ProrI Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds tllendld table Everything firstclaes Porter meet all trains 8- 0E RDILLEHADANVILLE Y Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Write ForPrice IMBER UND FOR SOLE In order to settle the rartnenblpWslntQ- ot John fonts Jr and 0 lonta having died last December wo wl11 tell 3704 acres of timber land in AdaIr eoui This land Contains between 4oeeDb50 and 8000000 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory Thl ract of land Is close to the famous oil field of Wayne and U exceedingly well for agricultural purposes All of heland is in one body Is a bargain orsome one For particulars apply to J 0 COULTKK 1leburg Ky Or to E M Hardln Harrodsburg or Osca touta Faulkner Ky CAUTION + ront allow an agent or solicitor of any other company to Induce you to give up or urrender your policy In the HOME Bean mind that agents solicitors of other ompanlesbave no right whatever to the oeaeulon dolts policy Therefor keep a sharpwatch for the man who wants you to give up your HOME policy and take lee In his company It all means leis to you ndOMryou disinterested man whc meows insurance companies will tell you here are nonebetter and few as good as the HOME or NEW YanK And man who aaka you to a HUME policy for another Is more Interested in the money he la- to make out of It than he Is about yowl relfare Address or call on losso D Woman Stanford Ixclmlvc Agent for Lincoln GarrardUoyl tad Casey Counties Kentucky QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud look of Amer lea also In Republic Franchise Ha rae Natlonanx No 12653 Winner of first prize at the National Unl venal Exposition U97 and In 1898 ompetlng with over AOatalllons Imports by M Tlcbener k Co of Chicago ir 1808 Color bar with small start black In working order tySepartment of Lamorchl govern sent Frause dam Charmantl bj eDardi necond dam by Revolution Quail- will make the present season of 1002 at my farm two and miles from Stanford 00 Ilustonvllle pike- t fl0 the Beason or f16 to Insure a Liv ing Colt IORSEY GOLDDUST 12052F- ull brother to Estelle 2l04 Blred by llcadl Qolddnst 4400 by Oolddust 150 by ermont Morgan dam by llcadl an Im ported Arabian Dorsey Golddusts aam Is Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a Ion of Gaffs Morgan making him no In Inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the Lost unlly of road horses known Dorsey Gold list a dark bay full 1C hands high and elghs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern hors c y combining all the for harness find saddle and are In demand at top prlc 8 Will make the present season at my tarm near Stanford At 815 to Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at 87 to IDureMarea knpt at SO cents per week No re for accidents or escapes The bClit of personal attention given If REID Stanford Ky I IANNOUNCEMENT II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs IIJSterling Silver Novelties c it will interest you to look at these goods ntlll find out prices Doing n strictly tah bnsiue WITUOlT IixclnTIoN Rules me to cllat tho very lowest figures qualities cun JJonairinu of oomplicatctl watches n ti t ccinltv Il you enII t I fiiilotl to get your watch or clock properly rerwirwl bring it I wCii IT MUELLERI- 1bout LongLived Paints If ym get hold of poor paint it will be a year or two hoforo you find out that your money antI labor have been largely wasted The tardy discoverywill not lesson your exapora tion any Make yourself secure by buying a brand jou can bo euro of Mastic Mlxod Paints are strictly high grade No other paint covers K much surfnco and no ctbor withstands the weather so won Tho colors nrO rich and permanent and tho cost is very low all things considered Como in and lot us have a paint talk Pennys Drug Storef StanfordI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1i CAPITAL STOCK 98OOOO Directors Officers Successors to The Farmers Tank A Trust Company and under sameBcontinuoul H BHANKB J B Paxtonmanagement We President JfOwaley SOLICIT YOUR BANK J B OWBLEV B U Shanks ACCOUNIOblerW O Walker Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial w u nnioiiT Oeo W Cuter Asst Cashiers First National Bank Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of in 16SB then reorganized as the National flank of Stanford in HOI and again reorganized as the First National flank of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited i Craig Hooter Officers J I J B HOOKER Prcsl J J MonOBEHTS Cbr tW H WEAKEN fkp- rDirectors F Reid Lincoln Co 8 T lards Lincoln Co s CoWOrcbardMS II Jlaupbmab Stanford IJTRUSSES OF DESCRIPTIONC1AT STANFORD THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ITSTANFORD KY JUNE 20 1002 In fllllnir your pretcriptlona wo usa proporloalnot do better If yon ui double the price which Is always reasonable POD nye Drug Store PERSONALS OWEN MILLEIIovor from Lexing tonT H DOWNEY of Casey camo up to contesti RAMSEY of Montlcello it with Miss Anna Cooke Miss MARY HUNDLEY la back from iso lIego at St Catherine Mu JOHN KniNEii ot Pals was the DUI oovllle C01omanI attend IfMU LILLIE PEYTON It visiting Sb1Jssthe guest of Miss Nettle Deck Miss ANNIE lloniNBON of Danville It with Ire Elijah Spoonamoro MR E B STOVFR of Knoxvlllo Is with the family of Mr Oco D Hopper JAMES T CARSON of Loulivlllo spent several days with hit father hero Miss EDNA UAt OILMAN of Huiton Tllle It with Mill Catberlno Baugh man Miss OLIVIA DALDWIN of Rich mond It with her deter Mn W U Shanks IEAKSOK C MlLLKR U horn from Ada I T to ipand the iiiramor with relatives Mn AND MRS JOSHUA DONN of Drodhead are at Martlairllle led for treatment Miss ANNIE OOOOH who has been 111 at the Joseph Prlio Infirmary li convalescent M IBS US JENNIE AND NANNIB DItn T NEWLAND aro visiting Mr J II Bat lay In Mercer Miss DLANCHK CARTHR of Kamas City U the guest of Miss Manolo Waro In the West End SHELTON M SAUHIKY of the Lox h ington Democrat was over YOU rday to lOa his mother MRS T L CARlBNTBii and Mfe Mary Carpenter of Uuitonvllle were with Mn John U mae MISSES MATTIB MAY AND LILLIB LEAVEL of DryanUylllo are with MIu Klla May Saunders Miss LUCILE MABBFV has returned from a pleasant visit to banister Mr K Ball In Garrard county II WE are getting ready for the bee fair yet said Judge W M Myeriwho was down from Huitonvllle yoiterday- MR AND MRS 8 H MARTIN of Rookcaitle wore bere this week with Marshal R O Jones and William Field MR F F CUMMINS and family of the Eau End have moved to Corbin Wo heartily commend tbem to the pco plo of that town MR J A SOUNDERS and sisters Mil Ida Saunders of Mt Lebanon have been guest of the family of J H Hey noldi of MorelAnd MISSES MARGARET AND PAULINE HOOKER of Stanford are with their grandparents Mr and Mrs A R Denny lo Garrard t REV ORLAND BECK WILl best man at the marriage of Rev J W Carter of Berry to MIu Mary Hartford Yanko ri of Springfield Wednesday MISSES RISSIE WILLIAMS Alza an Annie Thompson Rees Baker an Fannie Sparks of Mt Vernon was guest at Mr M 0 Wllllami MISSES CARRIE BROWN Pearl Moo COtncry Bottle Wilkinson of Llbert and Chloe and Lou Woodion of Hartwell are guests of Misses Alice an Irma White I Mn SAMCEL F LusK formerly Huitonvllle but wbo III flow conneote with tbo American Bridge Co at Cat eklll New York orders the INTERIOR JOURNAL sent to him tMR AND MRS N L CURRYof Juno attended the contest Wed neiday evening Mr Curry li a relative MUi Murna Claro Curry who repre sented Beaumont College FRANK L CLIFFORD orders hit pa per changed from Raleigh N C to t Bluclield W Va Ho iayi the Sou U too hot for him Mr C li connect with the N W railroad Mns NANNIE SAUFLEY of Stanford who attended the Baptist Associa tlon lost her pocketbook contalol moony and a ticket from Stanford was Immediately announced before meeting and a warning given to I out for pickpockets Llttlo Maude Dennlionfound the pocketbook on tho street and It was promptly restored to the ownerLondon Democrat MRS PATTIE HAYS who hai been acting ai day operator at tho local tolo phone exchange during the absence of the regular operator returned to her Ihomo In Stanford Sunday Mrs la1 li an expert operator and gavo the greatest satisfaction to the customer I She U exceedingly pollto and accom modating Miss Alllo Tribblo palled through our town last week en routo from Stanford whore she resigned her position with J P Jones aa clerk to ac Oocept a acbopl near Richmond Central Recordj MRS CLEO DROWN U Ill Miss PEARL ROUT of Huitonvllle U with MI C M Rice MESDAMES MATTIE WITHERS and George D Hopper will go to Loulivlllo t odayoMiss BESSIE RICUARDS of Danville andNettleMiss RUSSEL RAMSEY of Danville theMleeesTilE contest will open promptly at 8 byProfATTORNEY W B HANSFORD write to havo hli paper changed from Man whamhoWm Lewis ROWAN SAUFLEY of this onice was taken with n severe cramping spoil latnight and for a while was In a danger Due condition He Is better this morn lag wo are glad to report LOCALS MEET me at the auction next week 1 1 OPENING ball at Crab Orchard prings tonight I THE muchneeded nine A good rain fell Wcdneiday REMNANT seekers go to Severance ft Boot old store next week 1 KINDLY give your attention to that unpaid account of pours at this office IT will pay you to tako a day oil and como to the remnant tale at Severance Son1 od itore I MERCHANTS wanting bargains should attend the sale at Severance Sor I old store next week WE have a lotof hay that wo will sell at 30 to Oho per 100 Apply at once J H Baugbman Co LBIIANON wo understand will send 20 couple to tbo Opening limit at Crab Orchard Springs tonight Music ThoCrab Orchard band will give a concert In the court house yard Saturday evening 23th I MEN buy a pair of those floe tan hoe for every day wear at Severance ft Sons old store next week RBMEMHRII that thou contest begins andemgr 1 MBS8R8 B ML MOCORMACK Of Shepherdtvillc oam T Spalding Leb non and Richard Miller Richmond will act ai judge at the contest E H Bcazloy mgr RAIN preventedthegame of base StanfordtAnd wo might add that rain prevented the defeat of the Lancaster boy C O SiRlNoa Manager Willis mailed exactly 1099 Invitation to the Grand Opening limit at Crab Orchard Springs tonight Wobrley Louis vllle Orchestra will supply the music I AT Mulllol Station In Rockcaitle Mrsen law His wife had left him and was living with Mr Jewollwhlch angered him Moore Oed GAS was truck In Well No 4 Sheriff Baughmani farm Tueds morning and rocks wero blown as high at the derrick Work bad to be die continued until the How of gas subsided to some extent II wlld1 UreP M preach at SundayT youngdcommitted suicide by shooting himself signndIng had a limb accidentally shot ofT several years ago 1 FAIR PRIVILEGES Sealed bide for the varlou privileges of the Crab Orchard Fair tc Racing Association will ThursdayJuly SecreLaryCrab MredYork has just paid his paper Tbo gentleman shown confidence In the cheapest and beat by paying bo far monstrousItekhis subscription expires CIRCUITCoUnT 1 Thocase of Alfred Bright for killing Sam Blakomore set for Tuesday was continued until next term at the Instance of the Common wealth Hays Fender sued J C Rob inson for 200 claiming a breach of contract but the Jury found for tbo de fondant Dr J G Carpenter sued Eph Pennington of the East End for a 1100 doctor bill and got u judgment for 8100 Nothing worth mentioning was dono yesterday wed the juries worn dlichar6 ed early In the day This hoe so tar been the dullest court In years The grand Jury adjourned Wednesday after noon after returning 60 Indictments Several civil case of minor importance j are eat for today A BRILLIANT OCCASION Although the elements were against them Meiiri Rowan Ssufley and J M AI veriOQof this ottlee bad a splendid crowd at the elocutionary contest giv n by them at Walton Opera House Wednesday evening A the following program will show there were 10 fair contestant and ell did so well that the judge Judge It J Brecklnrldge of Danville Col Clarence E Woods of Richmond and Hon W It Ramsey of London found It difficult to decide which to award tbo prizes a diamond ring and gold watch to Tbo gentle men were In consultation hardly as long as It seemed to the noxious au dience but they must Maya consumed a third of an hour In reaching their de china After the matter had been settled between them tbey appeared on the stage and Mr Woods In a short ipeech that would have been a credit to Cbauncey Depow gave the second prize the watch to Mils M Iay Sail- eD of Barrodsburg Mr Ramsey thou stepped focward and after a lax torluTbo decisions were loudly applauded by friends of the young ladles who bad MISS MAULiB MILLER POPE Wlnnerof the t1t prlM a diamond ring SubJMl Who Broke Up dc Mcetln r pulled for them with might and main Judge Breckinrldget legion of admirer were torry that be did not have a prize to present as tbey wore anxious to have a fw words from that silvertongued a well as silveryhair ed veteran of the rostrum The enter tainment was a delightfully pleasing one throughout and Messrs Saulley t Alverson are to be congratulated on treating the people of this section to an evening of such genuine pleaaure- The mullcal portion of the program was a feature of It and Muses Jennie Lynn and Myrtle Abrams are due much credit for the excellency ol the num ber given The eight young ladle e who failed to receive prUes should feel not the least discouraged Tbey all acquitted themselves most oredltabl and thev will nil win Ort honors It they keep on with their good work It has been year since 10 young ladle of such elocutionary attainments have met In contest and the wonder to utle how the judges ever reacbed a decli IonPiano Rbapsodle Hongrolie No 2 Liszt Miss Myrtle Abram Stanford Mss Ida May Adams Mt Vernon Breaking Tnrougb the Lines MIlS Maude Glnller Somerset A Horse Julletty ano The Invincible Eagle March Sousa Miss Abram Mil Jessie Doty Lancaster Archie Dean Miss Maude Miller Pope Boyle County Who Broke Up de Meetln Piano Saint a Peith Knowalskl Miss Jennie Lynn Stanford Uu Florence L Spragens Georgetown College The Shadow of the Guillotine Plano 2 Trovatore Op 30 No 3 Dora MIa Abrams Miss MISS M KAY SALLEE Winner of the second prize a gold watch Subjeutf Bagar Murna Clare Curry Beaumont CollegeI Knights False Vow two OYPSYIFlower Plano Charge of the Uhlans Bohrn Miss Abram Mies M Kay Bailee H rodsburz Bagar Vocal a Hearts and Flower by Tobanl b Loves Sor rows by Shelley Miss Lyon Mr Alfred A Higgins made a rapt tal chairman and showed hie good judgment by making a short but sweet talk Tho management made no mistake In selecting Mr Higgins for chair manThe contestant judges and ushers were banqueted at the St Asapb Hotel before the entertainment Mine Hosts Farris Hardin set a beautiful and elegant repast and full justice was dono it- UPTO 1 I DATE stationery at lower prices than any olllco In the State Try us This office DONT fall to attend the auction and remnant sale at Severance Sons old store next week ONCE plmosuch sacrifice ae will be at Severance Sons old store next week CARRIAGE FOR SALEIn good re pair and used only a year or two Will sell cheap Call at this ofllce THE books are ready and you are re quested to call at once and got your tax receipt M S Baugbman sher iff STANFORD and Hustonvllle base ball taims will cross bate on the graded school grounds tomorrow afternoon at 230SEATS I bavo been engaged for tbo nlntb annual contesttonlght from Rich mond Louisville Turnersvllle Har rodiburg Hustonvllle Danvillo and manv other places and the crowd wilt bo a largo one Secure your scats at once E H Bcazloy mgr JNO G COOKE 1 ofBowling Green adjuster of the Citizens Insurance Co was hero this week to settle for the burning of the graded school building but owing to the absence of Chairman OBannon be could not dose He was accompanied by AttbrneyCovington of ale city TilE last win ono of the moat enjoyable ones over given bere Belles and beaux from many towns were present Webrleys music was tout stirring the weather was just right and In fact everything seemed to vie to make it an Decision long to be remembered It was a full dress ball and In every way It was one of the wellest affairs we have bad hero in year Tills comes aeweW press Everything is In readiness for the open log ball at Crab Orchard Springs tc night Rooms bavo been engaged by many from a distance and the 1100000 brick hotel ball room Is In tiptop shape Prof Allen De C Mueller of corey A great time la expected Wehrley of Louisville will furnish the music HURT James Otter 13 yearold son of Mr and Mrs J H Otter of Boyle was badly hurt while riding a hone through town the other day The ani mal fell with him and In getting up It itepped on him badly hurting one of his legs He was taken to Mr A G Eastlands where he U receiving every attention possible Dr Steele Bailey Is the young mans physician and he is doing ai well as could be expected 1 1 To TUB PUBLIC Tho undersigned members of the grand jury of Lincoln flaunty for the June term 1002 having hoard that it it reported In some parts of the county that Mr C A Smith baa been Indicted for drunkenness take this means ot contradicting that re port No such Indictment has been round or returned George S Carpen ter foreman R D Padgett J P Rife Geo D Robinson Samuel Dud derar L D Nunnelley S M Chand ler J L Hutchlngs A J Thompson Sid Dunbar J W Dlibon A C Car mnnTimE Black Cat a monthly story magazine published In New York an nounces as one of lu prize winners in a recent story writing contest Mr Felix Fellow of Stanford So far no such person has been located In Stanford and the name Is probably assumed The story U entitled Granny and the prize was about ISO Dan vllle Newt If there is a person in this neck 0 the woods by that name ho cant be locat ed Can Mr Felix Fox of Danville be palming himself off as a Stanford man since this has gotten to be an oil city He has the ability to write a winning storytheres no doubt about that PROGRAMME of the Fifth Sunday Missionary and Sundayschool Meeting ot South District Association to be hold with Stanford Baptist church Juno 28 and 20 Introductory sermon Saturday 1030 W M Stallings Or ganization and election of officers What the nature and design of the church R H Tandy J I Wills J W Edwards Hindrances to church prosperity J W Smith J E Wol particulars aro Mission ary Baptists like Now Testament Christians W M Wood W M Stall Ings Uncompromising obedience R It Noel T H Coleman Tho Bible and giving E Summers J T Bos well A Mobley Relation of pastor and people to worldwide DruceITheloDlbloA Sumrell J M and temperance W D Moore B F Adklnl R B Mabony Sundayschool and soul winning J P Coleman W R Davidson Sundayschool and train lngforervIceJW ScottC S MoDon ley MUiIonary sermon Sunday 11 AM 1 i Full Dress 1 Everything necessary for correct dregs at the contdsts nol tho danceDress Shirts Collars Ties Patent Loather Pumps Oxfords and Drew Shoes D9s wo arc headquartersnndthe know how to dress you Try tie f iCummins a McClarytj 4eQQ cli i J frJJ9i Ii e w e i 1 Ii a t ITRUNKSJA e i 1 I Iii r QfS I e Dress Suit Cases e8 i Hand Bags j tt1l j almost any size r v 1 f and style J t e1 TERMS CASH MP J A t iYH J McRoberts 1 Ks qfoMIRt 8 fJt c 1 e s J1iIrtoso d1evlll v I1fiIII J I Hot Weather Goods 1 Dont forget our stock when in need ofiLawns Dimities Ginghams Lace Stripe tHosiery Underwear Summer Corsets j Duck mul Piques for Wash Skirts Etc SUMMER SHOESI In addition to our largo stock of Shoes and Oxt 1 fords we have a line of solidleather sole Canvas a Shoes which we are closing out at these prices We sell the Miscea 11 to 2 at 75c i We sell the Ladies 3 so 7 t1 00 We sell Boye Oxford and Shoes at JJOO I 1I 1WeI JK XXth Century 1 Freezer j itityWATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC y 11 JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 1 0 L CARPENTER W O WITHERS 1 The Withers Furniture Co carries an extensive Zinc of 1 Furniture and Carpets t Wall Paper Window Shades l c Wall tpaper trimmed anti Pictures Trained ar tistically They appreciate your trade l Withers Furniture COA 1 j t l THE mORJOURNAL Mnlered n the pottoffice at Stanford ai twndclcut matter and FsSQav- wi IeJvobUaAcLTuay11 PERYEAR CASH gi wbnnotopddeDa00winbeehargednKNOXVILLE 1702 + Train going North II M a m If0 26 m 210 a Hi No25II SouthIZImv No23II naapm For ill Points 1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISIONatam 1 Ko 4 leava Stanford LNo 6artl t9Unlonl 115 n- ii0211tUei Stanford at 2 SOpm 1 A 8 PRICE Surgeon j Denti- stItanfordKy a OSccorrraitBobgrtsDnig Stort In thlOme7 I Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford I Ky Office over Higglus McKinney Ston 11 Telephone No 43 1 NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUiKEi SSN Prors JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Hates Special Attention Vo Traveling Men and lIar For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bit services as Beuotoinrto the people of Lincoln County lie will both in work and price Write to him w MONUMENTSPUUEIZINO White Bronze M to tune in the monument business what the Improved dropneadsew jog machine hi to tbe or car la to tbe old stage coach It la the advanced thought of the age It la Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of your ones It to very beautiful with a frosted silver ap pearauce Pleaso hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt o OKMIOnonABD KY J+ G+ McCiMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Deale aria HABNESS SA DDLERZ0e Stanford Ky PR RI GOLDSTEIN 1 Eye Specialist of LonUTllle will be at Veranda Hotel atStanford Mit ad MJI July 7 L r tow Ii the time Dont neglect your best auQlasses+ tyourchlldrentoyesOelcehouve S p m On Jelliespreserves nod pickles spread a coating of PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will krp lh m AtaMuttlr tsoMure and arid proof 1IeltednedParatnneIslso- nefut a doien ether ways about the bow FudiFrrectionIhna package STANDARD OIL CO HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE none and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager CECIL CKTR0N Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers o- fSODA POPand allkinds of soft drinks Write for prices J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STflriFORO KY v New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonabl Bates Special Attention to Travel tag Men Phone No 9- 6NOTICEThe citizens of EUnforvl soul clOUt mar well ongratulite themselves on tlr call the aniUomt and Intmsolr brnl milt and butler ball oJfrledregreat Pedro a flOtOO bull and champion winner at the Worlds Fair lllidam Is IVlroa Kentucky Girl 123474 with a butter record of 17 Ibs acd a oz in 7 days and winner la the show rings Her lire li Pedro Royal Marjoram 2SJCO a son of Pedro tnd the great her dam h RioterlIbrJoraDlia041rattjr Belle of Linden M10S by Pedro out ol llloUra Inlt Pearl 7S271 by PrettyPearlteen generations has a recorded batter test Peter Coopers Pedro 1 1 was purchased at a long price for cub therefore I mult hue cub for his service which I have at the Insignificant turn of S3 padSock dress Walker Ii McKlnney Stanford Ky I Come and see t v our handsome line Of FASHIONABLEMILLINERY r ill the Postofiicc Building on l Main stlcetI Mrs Garland Singleton I EAZLEY it HAYS Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DUUMIX IrarnitureMatdngsRugsthey of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY r V t I w 0- c = e 0 i 3vaiJ 51 Jo r- c CJ CJ a = Q JrFJo I J g NJ = Qg S c ooq rns Q = c d5 akrlLka 0 0 0 GII oIe- CJ 0Qocoati1S a Q1 O w33 Q e 4c- n tt- eo anor dr + r= L = = tlQwm C c a w- el j e 0 j 0- t f Letter of Sympathy From Elder George O Barnes to thom the General Overseer 10 lngly gave tho tltlo Father Barnes at tbo tloc0 of his ordination on the first Lords Day in May comes the follow- Ing Borrowing but triumphant note to comfort the bereaved TUB MSNDOTA WASIIINOT May 15 1002 Beloved Brother I have just read in tho evening paper tbo sad news of the unutterably horrible calamity that has como upon aDd all Zion in tho death ot your darllni daughterI well how vain le the help of manbut I felt that I must answer tho dismal ache In my heart by ever eo fow words of bye and sympathy I cannot tell In words how my beart is broken by this malignant blow at you and your dear wife by the enemy 01 God and man I know ho wante to halt you in your glorious work and I think I know bow bo will fall because our God will give you needed grace to rleo and renew tbe good tight of faith and conquer him in Jems Name Our family all mourn with you In this dreadful loss and ask me to tell soWhat my prayers may do you have in this soro bereavement all that fer vent love can effojl In dear love yourFATTIER BARNES At the close of the eer vices in the Chicago Auditorium lalt Lords Day afternoon May IStb tbe entire audience of thousands arced and with tear dimmed eyescxprcsicd tbolr sympathy WOMAN A bundle of nerves A grouping of curves A blending of weakness and vim A jewel of price An ornament nice A plumage delightfully trim A leaven that leavens A heaven of heavens Promoter of joys and of thrtls A healer of pain A causer Of bane Custodian of pleasures anti ills A hard thing to gain And worse to maintain Uncertain investment and dear A sweet tempting bait A mercllets fate Paradoxical puzzling and queer The riddle of the Sphinx Is nothing methinks Compared with manaJoy orhis cUrie But nobes e oblige V gallantly siege A woman for better or worse BT a Bachelo The Fairs The fair secretaries aceoclatlon hal announced the following dates Richmond third week In July Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown lourtb week In July Huitonvillc fifth week in July Danville first week in August Lexington second week In August Mavevllo and Lawrenceburg third week In August Brodhead Fair Aug 20 three day Bardstown and Glasgow first week In September Ellzabethtowo and Bowling Greet second week in September Interstate Fair Loulsvllle fount week In September Perhaps the most remarkable battle ever fought was that known as the Battle of New Orleans Never in tbe ilstofy of the world has there been a onfllct between armies of civilize non with so great a disparity of loch pposed to Jackson and 5000 American oldlers were the British Gen Paken bam brother tnlaw of Wclllngtoc and 12000 Englishmen In less than tall an hour the British were in full etreat leaving 2000 of their Dumber killed and wounded The American Iou was eight killed and 13 wounded It was the most complete and over rhelmlng defeat that an English army hae ever experienced Oddly enough It occurred after peace bad been declar cd Among the slain was Pakeohan CHOLERA MORBUB A DAXGEROU DISEASE- In many instances attacks of choler norbus terminate fatally before medicine can ho procured or a physician summoned The safe way is to keep at hand a eliable medicine for use in such cases For this purpose there is nothing so sure as Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di rrhoca Remedy W E Bosworth ol AFayetto Ala says In Juno 1000 I- had a serious attack of cholera morbut and one dose of Chamberlains Colic Colera aid Diarrhoea Remedy gave me ilief in 15 minutes For sale by Craig de falter druggists Cautious Customer Is this a hand made cigar Indignant Manufacturer Hand mlde Is it bandmade See here do- you think we got time In this shop to- roll cigars with our feet This Is no- dlmo museum ForblHoUBnctsuseCbarnberainaStom ach Liver Tablets They cleanse the mach and regulate the liver and bow els effecting a quick and permanent cure For silo by Craig Si Hocker druggists r Farm For Sale 1mlellant Stanford pike It It In good state nf cultivation very Rood Improvement well watered with never falling springs 10 Lincoln county Ior furtlforIformation call on or write to W A Vettnt Mllledgevllle Ky fourth ot July EntertaInment To be Rlvcn theOak r Grove Hace Tra 1c on tho O It Jouci iilaoo one mile west or Yosemite on Friday July 4 HWJ The program will connlit of an old time Fiddlers Contest Bnso Ball Cemo and Cako Walk llr t price liD second la third ft In Rddler Cintwt In cake walk lIt price Is 110 and I tcond a gS cake with competition open to all AdmUtlon Sos children over 6 yonl toe Refriebmuts of nil kind on the grounds Como and spend a nice 4th of July Plenty of illsde trees fur all ThOfe desiring to enter any of the above contt should applv to Jones l KoUay Manlgn Yosemite E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasur Central Kentucky Real Estate fxhange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1 ItoitM tni tot IB SUnforJflfe ronmbn poreh In the rear good ardor neljtilorhi chose lo tbvrebn tade bool pool lor taitll u tljr Irk 4S9 No JSi 11 fats raen i S allec free toford lloiHiol four good moat hack patch 01 I versed eeood taro and other lkUaltl to g- reah Cut lailx ikl well fenrd iu a rc- eeultlratMnusavelntrait 10 urea tea in Cue UoKhtatv QimtuloirMUat bargim lullabesld at bargain Ole to school and bui II Price Iper acre tint aJJolplog sold for 540i 01 JW TiUta a tari ln- Xo S UodMaed let la SUslord 1I0u0laid Sri rooms hood stable and 5 ai rn of IIDd well tented One of peettiset iMtUUlBg loll in toe 0 room enough IB front for two ether rotate or r terr fret W bulls le tht eotla anl made a beautiful Mae Will be taM cheap ai tbe owner gust bate taoatf So 4T o Ier asst C dwrlllDC 7 room hash veranda i oe l rdtn fencing and how to good repair for sale or rent Irtct reatonUt o 6 UMiwaad lot la Stanford Three JOoun tnd Iroot rorrh tooJ iinka sod lUMe le- repair V 1Rlao4dcheap- No 7 HUM and lot IB SUnfeid I itorfet roost cool game woke and eoal kue M- tm 17 toG s Fare of t aHMlS HllM tease 8U o- Ird OQ toootj road IS lifts U mlllTatlon Htll In puturr 1 good orchards ami rci la tlutWr T otall toitagn bare ash OltbulUlegt meM watered ud leocloc falrtjr good 1taes can H bought at your price u u n cria to lodliBaf Ml and mail bar money No 0 not eUther fHU taUrt IrxnSU lied e10ett pike In tb oeesly Sixty sere I wheat 4u In corn S In tlOMtby In len and I In DM blii ai It est lo alx aWldi well llwill watered neer falIsgwan sad t rlM terood roads Two dwelllagi Wn ad et 1loCl Fronta plkt far iBrMqaatlen of tall both direlllDZi b iBf on Ilenly frail tee end fnouj to male ate peals A lpiMolld Mttrgrau fins and lair M inloutrt dflr from tb aaatyest Owner ol gac firm aJjdnlrz tbla bas ret eotlyrefuse l 13eecacre We ofer side t 1ST 88 per acre NollS aem Uad with oeeMur traprer vent mile great Stantarl IriBat has fMIr OOOt1 patch lime bare cowl tow tlu ttpUwatered 0 ffM sod kalldln 10 good repair Price rea oaabr N012 awe111ogefdx mots hail sal porn orythlldlol ud prJea Also tetry store NON SdzIS tat lever moose lplW with reenters iheltei etc Water la dUB as toreroo all rt lernaiilweHonplar Small let Iackofilore OqeollefnHB tluaiN110 cooi rei alr ad ortglnilly eual fly- t lairteirStim WIU son Mb IlK fe4ak will rent or sell Mpanteiy No iaM acre farm J sell of Crab Orehu gy ItrtckdwelllofS A roust two taut hoiu two barn welt satrlegestdwetna Fam hlfbitaie ot cultlttilon 160 arm river hollo land good footing fruit ec Irtra tt7 J an- N an Ulooatrrtol laadon Lanraiter IItlaCrab lJrbard oppcxlte spring lognu DO lID proTemcati large stock barn abaoJ att or stock water freltlcitbulMlng alu IB town Irkl MOM No18A nke cottage anti Kit on Lantail itreet JunlerJ 7 rootiii goo 1 ritlcra fIe Cotl II4W will nil her SIBga tiOliotrKrbetween lug ac- ltaidyCreek read knownntheCot It Mundi wm r1bubulnl stock Lam oulblllldlol to Plenty of rood water and one of lat uirlir ia Kentueky In yard ile stock farm I he county for the money Price fM per acre 10171 firm of 164 arm near Haitonrlll wclllng of tight rooms ball veranda tit UOD want IIout stock barn large tobacco barn anther outbuildings Cistern and Rood well In tbl and and water In enr field on tbe puss ian cut In seven Hdda and Oritclaw land No M Farm or lGO acres iltullrd near King llle Kyto acres In cultivation M In timberiIn grow well watered two rood barn and olber iwehllnbcon4enttverlies on dkandcounty road and ro lbs mat dlsinbl Inn In that section Wi will sell the whole ann for N400 or la pafrets of not I nt than m acres to ult purrhater Tbla li certainly cheep property No IIIMrm of TI acre near WJntlurr- Delllofllood barn etc Well femlu In good upI IroJutiltt kms tone land In good ceif hborbood close to arbor aod on good road 1rlc 8700 rooal7ThroetilldlDgi each bout bun ale aliout the cents of 100 acres All on county road 4 tulle from burcb school and poitollk MT well and wel raiered Tbli ii a gad tobieeo faru and wouk ult twp or tbrr faiullle that might want to cow lrolo tame nelgbborboo 1rlre reasonable No m A farm of 106 acir In Ctttj county Kjr Ooe IUd onehalf atory dwelling with six rooms COO barn and other outbnllillngi Sixty aerea 10 cultlralon 41 sera In timber fruit trees etc Laywell on county road cue to churebe chool etc Price only KXX No MVana of Its acres in ease Tw t cry tram dwelling two harm sod otbe utbuildlng In good repair Kpleotlld bUN 1101 and In good community A bargain at tXW No IITrnaorIl8cm In Oaaer ew two dory 8 room frame dwelling andok welling In lair condition llama and other out ulldlDg On county rod iplrndld tobacco land ell watered tw iprlax eta This U a lie cable home rite II du 10 X7Fuwutbulldlngi S acre In culllratlon ml In tin uer Well watered SOU yards from po lollic ctoo ao1 church lays well on and In good cow unity lrlce 145- 0vhrtebayertot2Oor300acre tarot sllutefrolD one to three miles from town Also buyer for nut 100 acres situated from one to four mile froutloo with or without Improrementi Alw a buyer for an 14000 to JIO 000 farm dose to town leyisNon 90 acre of land near Crab Orchard ebp I No 10 Twoitory house 0 room hall veranda bcresplecdldland aJJolnlDzJo hunlord lrupx- ty In ratea allllgbte In house tll mat dour lleautlful home IrlcaSlOjQ- Ko S1A lint claw reetaiirant of groceries aDd a No 1 cafe focrutaln The dining room IIx- turH bakery alai klleben goods are la ipleodld ape Thl Is he most popular resort In town No competition lit calling at our olBce you cnI- Inoi out what the sale average which are llrg d splendid profits Tbltlsa great opportuolly IJr som energetic person The proprietors only uon for selling he an not slant Ibe con Slotmeot Being the only confectionery a town ot 2000 Inhabitant ulth thickly settled rural dli tmte to draw from one can readily Me that It lIa 1101 chant to mtke money 11e think lor the mouat of rapltat Ihvesd U Is onto the ten pay buslntM1 In Central Kentucky Write or com to ui and Kt price far same 4oK House II roomi porch oae acre of lundaud good stable One mile from town IcetWO BiliousnessMakes Chronic Invalids When the titer 1s torpid and fills to do lu work the bile enter the blood as virulent poison Then come constipation blltousneaa slek headache fetes Ad malaria The only treatment that glees the liter Jus the right touch and starts Natures work in the right manner i- iAMONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PALLETS The pill touches the liter and the pelleu tone the system i 23 dote for tf day coat 25 rent and un J r Sv lets your sacs a exceedingly bad you j will be well before yon snub them i 5 Supple free For aale at v all dealer IIIf1ontTake IL illsTeytemporarily bowels but regular action cannot be secured until athe liver secretes make the Intesllnes I f jJ0centlnual acts on the t cures Chills I and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter Fevers and by going to the seat of Uw Imiltingpermanent cute FIFTY CENTS PER TOTTtB u MENS FINE SHOES My stock of Mens Shoes for Hjiring and summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew l Solby Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed Twontyono years hamiHug shoes Our millinery stock is complete us n ca- llthe ehaTes DeeeT SociHUSTONVILLE KY CARSON 06 PENCE JAIns IN Carriages Buggies Phae r tons Wagons Buck j boards HarnessF- ull and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes g e This beautiful 14k toic1 Ted atch fitted with an Elgin or Waltham move meat led warranted 25 year for 15 flWhen wanting Anything In our line dont fall r to sec the things we 1f have in our handsome stock Remember our Mr Murray Is graduate of one oouatryWbcnyou repairlagMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company J OF STTtNFORD Y Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share S1 Pull Paid and 3Son Assessable OKKICEBS J II Baugliman Pica A T Nunnelley ViooProi W II Wear cnTreas II Helm Secy ugbmaDJThe Lincoln Oil Oa iV Mineral Oo hM about 3000 acres of land leased in Lincoln county Ky The larger portion of this lease la contiguous to the M 8 Baugb man farma portion In the neighborhood May wood and Sugar Grove sections and still another portion skirting Crook Ono of the surest indications of the probable value of undovcioped oil lands Is the result of oflort et dovolopinent Iuedby U tar arising therofrom be Iji developing the companys holdings No officer or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation for his time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of the companyIs rendered valuable by reason of tho untiring efforts of the olllccn and tock ia nonasicssable and the private property of tho stockholder is not liable for corporate debts It Is Incorporated under the laws of the Stale of Kentucky Its books are open at all times to I la stockholders and they are invited to Its office to re pusbedCLOSING OUT SALE July15thcost as we will leave Stanford on the above date anti will take none of the goods with us M Snyder Son Stanford if t O