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IIIr I wrote to Doctor Pierce who sent me a very kind letter and advised me Thousands of weak and lick women can trace the beginning of a new life of erfect to that letter written to- Dr PierceiSick and ailing women are invited to comnlt Dr Pierce correspondence held ns strictlyprivate sacredly confidential Dr R V Pierce BuDTalo N V Dr Pierces Iavorite Prescription cures weak and thing backs beallAchea nerve ousness and other womanly ailments by curing the womanly which cause them Tn the ar t MIme try III Wuhlnge al1icentum desire to urinate ant the puns In Women were almost unbearable I wrote to Dr Hera who Hut me I lUlxd ms to take hU pavorfle Prcrtphoo- and Golden Medial Dltcomy I took eta bottles of tech end aro a woman now I cannot rooojh In uvr ot Ir rkrwi mdlctaestVavorlte Prescription makes weak women strong women well Accept BO substitute for the medicine works wonders for wok womeu Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate women KINGSVILLE tA threeyear old child of Frank died last week and was burled at Pleasant Point W L McCartyt contemplated plo nlo for the lath failed to materialize and ho bit poilpoood It to some future occasion perhaps the 4th of July James MoWborlor widower Is sojourning at the Hotel 1ennybacker Three or tour of our widow aro trying to look very sweet In oontequeoee Kenton Singleton will move his family to Ludlow this week Min Lena GriStle a resent graduate of Mlllartburi is spending her vaca tion with her bomefolke here Miss Griffin will enter a training school lathe Fall for a two years course and then expect to go to China as a mis sionary Some one recently spoke of tho IN TERIOIt JOOIIXAL ai a good little paper While the first adjective Is unquestionably true one we question tho second although wo have been guilty of the same error of speech Really It Isnt a Uttlu paper but equal It not superior to ovary respect to any paper published considering the size of the place In which It Is published we dont mean the ollico but tho city 4 8Eider H K Berry pastor of the Christian church Oiled his appoint meat Sunday preaching toa very large congregation Saturday evening Sunday morning and evening Mr Derry Is Just out of college for vacation and came a few days earlier to visit A protracted mooting will be held hero by him early In September A tank for baptizing Is being planned for the Christian church Uoldens of Stan ford aro banging the paper Mrs Rebecca McCarty of Plnevllle li the guest of her ooe W L and J 4 M McCarty Mrs Wm Davis of Plnovlllc Is expected soon to visit rot atlvea hero Wm Carey and family ot Lebanon Junction will arrive Friday to visit relatives Miss Gertrude David son who Is quite the belle of our town returned a few days since from a pleasant visit to friends at Shelby City Miss Davidson is contemplating a visit to her brother Alfred Davidson a Phlllpplan soldier who li now located In Washington nOT WKATHEU W AKA FS If yon feel fagged out listless and lack lag in energy you are perhaps sintering from the debilitating effects of summer weather ThuD symptoms Indicate that a tonic is needed that will create healthy appetite make digestion perfect regulate the bowels and impart natural activity to tho liver This Herblne will do it Iea tonic laxative and restorative II J Frccgard propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Ran writes I have used Her blno for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can boat It It waa recommended to me by Dr NewtonNewton Kas 60o at Pennya Drug Store BeMrs Wise seems to undcrstnd how to manage her husband pretty wellSheYell She lets him havo her own way in every thing Life ForblliousnctsuJoCharaberainaStom ach Liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bow els cffectlij a quick and permanent cure For sale by Craig Hocker drugguU NEWS NOTES People In Manila have Just ordered 60 automobilesJames ht was given a life len tence for murder at Paris Oil was struck at Rusiallvllle and the town Iwild with excitement A continuous steamship lino Is to be cstabllthcd between San Francisco and Now York Uncle Sam has 201520342 in gold In his coattail pockets above all claims and demands Dud Leo an old Indian tighter rout ed eight New Mexican cowboys Killing tire of them Sixperaon were killed in collision on the Northern Pacific railroad at Staples Mine Peter Dowllng a baseball player saved throe men from drowning at Sacramento Cal Sam Caldwell and Dill Helton proba bly fatally wounded each other in a fight la Leslie county William Den not shot and killed Jen ale Daley at Valloy City N D and then committed sulsldo Cornell won the varsity boat race at Poughkoopilo with Pennsylvania see ond and Columbia third Frank Jones and John Johnson who murdered a Hebrew peddler were banged at Elllcotl City Md The Jury awarded Theo Hallam a verdict for 1000 In his suit against John H Wallln for a lawyer fee A Frenchman has Invented an appa ratus that destroys the noise flash and smoke of ordinary black powder One of the teachers on examination at West Liberty was found to haye a copy of the State board questions Mrs J P Rlffo of Krlanger was robbed of notes valued at 12350 and 10 in money In Desmonda lace store A 14 year old boy Is said to have died In Oklahoma as the result of having been forced to submit to the water cure Johaon Most was sentenced In Now York to servo a year In the peniten tlary for printing an Incendiary artl ole Aooordleg to figures compiled by Secretary Hoot the cost of the Philippine war up to date has been 9170820 5 In response to appeals from tbo mlll Offocrs Gov Murphy of New Jersey ordered militia to Paterson to preserve order Congressman Dorelog and others have sold 30000 sores of Harlan land to the Virginia Coke and Steam Coal Company Nets Anderson Jr the kidnaped Drlgham Utah boy has escaped from his captors who were holding him lor- a 11000 ransom Sir Christopher Purees will be at the bead of the 1100000000 British steamship combination to compote with Morgan trust A Ore believed to be of Incendiary origin dotroycd the plant of the Royer Wheel Company at Aurora Ind causlnga lots of 1250000 The Bluff City Cotton Mills at Mem phis Idle for three years have been bought and will be operated by Boston and New York capitalists The county attorneys association of Kentucky which was organized last Summer will hold its second annual meeting at Estlll Springs JulIO 10 and 11 Pennsylvania steel magnates are credited with the Intention of ostab llshlog a big coking plant in East era Kentucky where they aro said to hive 100000 acres of coal laude After three days and nights of delib eration the Jury failed to agree on the trial at Memphis of Mrs Georgia Em ma Hooks on lobo barge of poisoning her husband Oorro Oordo Hooks An error bas been discovered in the bill providing for the Improvement of the Cumberland river whereby the ap propriation Is 975000 less than wee In tended Tho error will bo corrected Tho State Doard of Valuation and Assessment has reconsidered ltd action of last May in assessing tbo franchise valuation of the L N Railroad Com pany and has made a reduction of 82 137727At Paul Joseph Dalloy of Mays vlllo was chased and bcatqnby a mob of Negroes for remarking that a Negro should bo lynched for his presumption In assisting a policeman to arrest two white women The police arrested Dalloy but did not molest the Negroes The Goulds are reported to have pur chased a controlling interest in the Eastern Illinois railroad which would give tho Gould roads au entrance Into Chicago and thus obylato tho necessity of passing through St Louis It would connect Chicago directly with the SouthwestAlbert Marks who recently committed suicide In Nashville it shown to havo played a remarkable double roo Do was a Catholic and was re garded as a zealot yet ho swindled Bishop Byrne and Father Morris his closest friend and chancellor of the dloccoo Moro than 80000 of forged turnpike stock has been found and oth er crooked deals have beon unearthed a iiw MIDDLEBURG Our new hotel U enjoying a prosper ous business Josh Swope of Hustoovllle was in town Monday If wo dont receive some rain protty soon crops will bo pretty slim H O MoWhortcr of Douglas Is via iting hIs father J W MoWborterSr Dr I S Wesley and family of Lan castor are the guests of Mrs M S DurhamW Bryant will attend tho educe tional meeting at Lexington during the Cbautauqua next week Hogs are scarcer than WAS ever known In this community We suppose on account of them being so high Ibo new Baptist church at Liberty will bo dedicated the 6th Sunday In Juno Dr Harvey of Louisville will preach the dedicatory sermon The many friends of Miss Dot Cam nltz of flustonvlllc wish her tho sue cess of winning the 1st prize at the TO cal contest at Lancaster tonight George R Jeter lion the sick list Sundayincaster will movo to Liberty soon hav leg bought the property of Dr James WesleyJ Colllnsworlb of Parksvlllo Is In town talking life Insurance with his many friends Rev J B Ferroll pee tor of the Baptist church at this place attended the Kentucky State Baptist convention at London The plcnlccake walk and old fiddlers contest to be given at the Oak Grove Race Track the 4th of July will be one of the Important outings of the season playedbetweenDuke and Stouben Godbey of this place have returned from Central Unl varsity at Danville after receiving the A B dgree Jaton Wesley and Joseph Koltay were among the ones who attended the commencement exercises of O U from this placeiThe picnic theMiddleburgthe music which was very fine Hon D G Colson and Senator Parker can dldates for Congress both made speeches which made thorn votes There was alto three ball games on the ground which resulted as follows Mid dleburg 10 Poplar Hill 1 Mlddleburg 0 Humphrey 0 Douglas 16 HartwcllS Acknowledges Thanks While enjoying a brief visit at my boyhood homo In Woodford county I was very greatly and most agreeably surprised to receive word that our frfcnds at Stanford had made us a present of an elegant pbtutoo and bar nose and beg space In your columns to express In this public way our sincere and profound gratitude for their most generous and timely gift It Is fre quently asserted as you know that the present Is an Intensely materialistic age dominated wholly by the spirit of greed and selfishness but such exam plea of friendly appreciation and gen erous good will on the part of ones neighbors make us believe thafllfo Is ttlll worth llvlngand that the mlllen lal day when all mens good shall be each mans law Is not merely a poeta Irrldeiccnt drcambut a golden propho cy that may be fulfilled in the not distant future Yours truly B J PINKERTON READ IT IN HIS NEWSPAPER George Schaub a well known German citizen of Vew Lebanon Ohio is a con slant reader of tbo Dayton Volktzcitung Ho know that this paper alms to adver tile only the best In its columns and when he saw Chamberlains Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife who for eight weeks had suffer ed with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief lie says After using the Pain Palm for a few days my wife said to mo I feel as though born anew and before using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and the could again take up her houfehold duties He Is very thankful and hopcsthat all Buffer ing likewise will hoar of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by Craig Ilocker druggist Jay Calroes of Russell Springs In examining revolver In the presence of Gideon Burton turned the weapon toward his forehead and pulled the trigger The weapon was loaded and his brains were blown out Burton hastened from tho room and au he went out the door a shotgun fell from a rack and was discharged the load striking his ankle almost severing it WHOOPING COUGH My little son had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened with pneumo ala but for Chamberlains Cough Remedy we might have had a serious time of it It also saved him from several severe attacks of croupR J Strickfadon edl tor World Herald Fair Haven Wash For sale by Craig Mocker druggists l LANCASTER The prospects for tobacco are not very flattering J I Hamilton sold to Jcptba Onstott a gelding for 8176 The court day dinner at the court house was given a liberal patronage It Is stated a number of were taken by LancalLrlanslnthe Richmond Elks automobile raffle The Christian Endeavor Society is arranging for a plcnlcjto be given Wed nesday at Camp Nelson The vocal contest this evening prom- Ises to draw a largo crowd the tickets selling for 25 60 ands 763 There were 12 teachers examined on Friday and Saturdaya majority of tbo number being now applicants Ed and N B Price sold 30 bogs to Fox Lawson at Co Sweeney Morgan bought a bunch of hogs at 6ic Childrens day was observed at the Methodist church Suadaymornlng and the little ones did some fine singing The Lancaster base ball nine are arranging to play a matchlgamo with the Richmond boys In that cltyfat an early date Cooks are very ecarcojln thisjsectlon a number being away onu holiday out ngs city excursions andsummor vaca tions The Crab Orchard band was in this city on Sunday afternoon and enter tamed the people with some very good musicEdward Ward second son of Mr and Mra R G Ward gavoa party to a number of his little friends on Friday eveningA crowd attended Ubo service conductodby Rev C M Chumbley Sunday afternoon at West Point schoolhouse The success of Miss LlllleJLeavell In the elocutionary contest at Stanford was a source of gratification to her Garrard county friends Elder A R Moorestbemo Sunday morning was The Transforming Power of the Gospel evening The Five Essentials of Religion It Is stated Dlx river is almost destitute of fish and the followers of Izaak Walton are compelled to seek other wa tore for the pursuance of tbelr sport Hon R H Tomlinson Is the fortunate possessor of 1600 acres of fine mineral Dakota lands for which he Is reported to have recently refused some thing over 143000 Dr I S Wesley and family removed from here Moaday to Mlddloburg much to the regret of their 3 many friends They have been residents of this place for over two years The farmers are in thoftmidst of tie wheat harvest a few haying begun cut ting last week Hardly a half yield is reported some having turned their stock In Instead of harvesting a very short crop Mr and Mrs J E Robinson return ed horns Thursday from their bridal tour and were entertained that evening by Gen and Mrs D K Collier They were given a dining Wednesday by the grooms parents In the popularity contest conducted by the Elks Lodge at Richmond to se lect a queen for their coming carnival Garrarda nominee Miss Christine Bradley now stands second with a vote of 205 Miss Kate Smith of Richmond receiving 269 In a list of 10 entries Garrard has a good chance to win A striking likeness of County Attor noy Hamilton at his favorite pursuit of stock trading was furnished In last weeks Central Record by Garrarda excellent cartoonist H Clay Sutton Mr Sutton Is both a writer and an ar tist of considerable merit and has Illus trated some of the productions of M Quad and other prominent quill drIv- ers Miss Resale Batson Is the guest ot Mrs Oldham of Mt Sterling Mrs George Robinson of Huatonvllle Is with her mother Mrs Walker S H Haseldou and wife loft Saturday for Nlcholasvlllo L L Doty wife and little son of Lincoln ore with tho fam- Ily of Capt Doty Thos Anderson of Richmond Is with relatives hero Mr Evelyn Brown of London Is visiting Judge and Mrs Brown Miss Amanda Anderson leaves today to attend the Lexington Chautouqua Mrs Foley and son of Lexington have been vis king Misses Mettle and Sallie Tlllett Misses Llllle and Mattie May Leareli Joe Helen and Wadlo Leo Maret of Bryantsvlllo and Edith Moore of Boyle are guests of Miss Belle Arnold Mrs J I Hamilton Is visiting In Crab Orchard Mrs Turnerof Nash ville Is spending the summer with her daughter Mrs James McCarley A large of young mon attended the opening ball at Crab Orchard Fri day evening Of what does a bad taste In your mouth rewind youTj 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 Chamberlalns Stomach and Liver Tabets after Inuring once used them They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For sale at 23o per box by Craig A Rocker druggists r I tr H 3 IIIItI Iva Brings thoughts of Cool Clothes You need that lj kind now to make life comfortablethave them all sorts fljWeI Crash Flannel SergeTJV You can buy a nice Flannel Suit for 5 JWilY SWELTER 3 m IT PAYS TO TRADE AT f l THE GLOBE r Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 11 Your money back it youre not satisfied s T J MILLER l1KeaB t Grand Clearance Sale I GreatReductionsinPricesflt THE SALE IS NOW ON and will continue until entire stock is greatly reduced Now is the time to get goods at the I 1 doorto I 111 lPa Call and see how much goods 1 will buyII C Rosenstein Si Co p STANFORD KYJj OIL STOVES f There is something brand new on the market in the way of oil stoves and we have itIt is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove tlThis stove ia absolutely safe and reliable and wo will guarantee it to bake your bread just as brown as you want it in a very few seconds It salves time fuel and temper Ono gallon of oil will run one burner 18 hoursSCall and let us show you the stove Higgins a McKinney 4t STANFORD KENTUCKY rJ AT COST FOR CASH1 DRY GOODS CLOTHING I BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS i UNDER WEAR GEORGE H FARRIS 8 CO 4a1tiQ dQrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspirationI ItportionSTANFORD KENTUCKY z t St ac i J THE INTERIOR JODRN i E C WALTON W P WALTON Is a Candidate for Railroad Commlwlontr for the- S4 DUUict subject to the win of the democrat H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne County is a candidate for Stile Tuu ur r subject to the action of the Democratic put G G GILBERT Of ShelbytWrtaaandldte for the demon nomination for Cocgrna In the 8th dbtrlct subject to the primary to be held Saturday Au MoKlNLEYs final word In his lalt great speech at Buffalo was a prayer that God would graciously vouchsafe prosperity happlncea and peace to our neighbors and to all the peoples powere of the earth This follow his great plea for reciprocity la the spirit of this appeal President Roosevelt and republican State conventions and tho nearly unanimous voice of the press of the country have with Inslst cnt iteration pressed upon the attention of Congress the necessity of faeUltat Ing commercial Intercourse between the United States and Cuba But tbus far out of sheer greed and cowardice on the part of republican leaders ID Congress nothing has been done In aU the history of partlee In this country It Is hard to find another page so shameful THE following from Mr Cloyolan speech at the Tilden Club banquet Thursday night Is worthy of a secoi reading liMy days of political activity are past and I shall not hereafter assume to participate In party council I am absolutely content with retirement but I still have ono burningan lous political aspiration I want to see before I die the restoration to perfect health and supremacy of that demos racy whoso mission Is to bless the pec pie a democracy truo to Itself un tempted unmoved by popular pasalo and uncorrupted by offers of strange alliance the democracy of patriotism the democracy of safety the democracy of Tilden and the democracy that de serves and wins success THE democratic committee of the First railroad district mot at Dawson Springs Saturday and adjourned with out taking any action In regard to mak- Ing a nomination for railroad commie sloncr The committee In the first was not in as big a hurry as that of this district which ordered that the nomina tlon be made 14 months In advance of the election The reasons given bl Mr McChord and his committee or three which are really too thin to be seriously considered are just as appll cable down there as here but they didnt work worth a cent In that demo cratic stronghold where party Interests are not entirely forgotten for personal preferences JOHN SAM OWSLEY Inln a card li this Issue announces for reelection ai Commonwealths attorney and hit friends all over the district will be glad to have the pleasure of voting for him again Mr Owsley Is serving his sec ond term of an office that he has filled most acceptably and his friends reallz ing his peculiar fitness will see to It that he is given a third one A splen did lawyer in every sense an officer who does bis duty under all clrcum stances and a gentleman of the manner born the people want him as Common wealths attorney again and by the eternal they are going to have him WE cheerfully acquiesce with the Harrodsburg Democrat in the follow log Hon G G Gilbert is now the regularly accredited candidate for Con gross In this district on the democratic ticket and his nomination Is equlva lent to an election As a standard bearer he Is finely equipped to make such a canvass as will help the party and make certain his election His record in Congress is an enviable one and his constituents can point with pride to the fact that the Eighth Ken tucky is so ably represented on the floor of the House MONEY must grow on trees in Cubs The government spends it like water for any porpose and now we read that fearing that the United States Con gross will furnish no tariff relief to Cu ba President Palma with the approval of his cabinet will wend a message to the Cuban Congress advocating the distribution of 83500000 among sugar growers and cattle raisers SENATOR HILLnhieTilden Club speech throw this bouquet at the Ne braBtan We should have been glad to welcome the distinguished democrat our honored standard bearer in the last two presidential elections that able and eloquent orator Mr Bryan had be been able to be present THE offer of rewards aggregating 830000 by the governor of North Caro- lIna for the arrest and conviction of those who took part In a recent lynch- Ing may do much to check the mob spirit ID any State whore law can be enforced nothing could be more sense less than lynching ALL the out reorganization of the democratic party li rot Eliminate Issues that are dead or settled and get down to business on those applicable to the present and democrats of all shades will fall into line as naturally as a duck takes to water r 13L1 I desire to announce myself a candl date for reelection to tho office of Commonwealths attorney of this dll trlct In the past I have endeavored to faithfully discharge my duties as your servant and If In your judgment I am deserving of reelection I shall reat ly appreciate an endorsement at your hands promising you that should I be so fortunate as to be elected that I wIU faithfully discharge the duties of the office Yours respectfully toJs OWSLEY JR I NEWS- Jetiereonvlllo NOTES was 100 years old yesterday The Toronto street railway etrlke has been settled trolld000 tons of coal raised Nicaraguas coffee crop this year w be worth about 83000000 Mrs Sallle Eades committed eulelde in Grant county by hanging Charles Novels was shot and seriously wounded by William Steele at Corbin H W McDermott of Owen count was killed by a premature explosion of dynamiteIn county Hays Barnets kll ed his mother In law by striking her In tho head with a stove lid E W Lee sold to Gentry Baker 01 Lexington a promising yearling by Spokane for 8500 says the Advocated Senator James K Jones who re tires from Congress next year will be made an lsthmlan Canal Commissioner After being a fugitive since 18SJ John Sharp has been arrested nl lodged in jail at Smlthland this State on the charge of stealing a cow The postoffico department evidently has a spite at Kentucky The name of two recently established postoffices are Poverty and PennyPaducah Demo cratMorgantown voted Saturday to float bonds to the amount of 89000 to erect a water works plant Out of 133 vote cast only three were against the propo sltlonA shipping cqmblna has beet practically consummated to offtet the Morgan syndicate It will be capital ized at 820000000 and will Include the Canard line At Lexington Cam Shepard one of the boys charged with burning Bradley Cottage at the State Reform School was sentenced to seven years Ic the penitentiary- Jim Baker of Lexington foreman of the night shift of a track gang working on the L E railroad near Argyle Clark county was smothered to death in a landslide Sunday night The Kentncky Educational Associa tion begins a fourdays meeting In Lexington today The annual meeting of the Kentucky Chautauqua Assem bly begins In the same oily tonight In an air ship Patrick Emas McDon nell the Chicago Inventor and Sergt Julius R Frederick the Arctic explorer will make a dash for the North Polo early In the month of May 1003 The report that King Edward had suffered a paralytic stroke is emphati cally denied by his secretary Many thousands of pounds have been wager ed at Lloyds that the coronation will never take place- Attempts to run the Toronto Canada street cars with men hired to take the places of striking motormen and con ductors resulted In several scenes of violence The mllllla was ordered out and 750 soldiers were on hand James McCormick aged 33 died at Lexington under peculiar circum stances While standing In P W Greens saloon McCormick exclaimed I am going to die Telephone for the police II In a few minutes he expired A desperate fight with pocket knives occurred In Knoxvlllo between Lincoln Monday a returned regular from the Philippines and two other men The trouble was caused by an attack on the character of the soldiers In the Philip pines After Monday had fallen from the loss of blood he was given a revolve ar and he killed u man who was a by itander His opponents were badly rut President Mltchel of the United sine Workmen of America gave out For publication an address to the people of the country in which he presents the miners side of the strike in the anthracite region He claims that there are about 147500 men employed who average only 200 working days In he year He Insists that the operators can pay better wages and asserts that hat the coalcarrylng roads which control about 85 per cent of the mines absorb the profits of their coal compan leI by exorbitant freight charges He also states that more men are killed tad wounded annually In the mines han In the Spanish War Ho appeals for arbitration of the differences TAX ON BABIES Extreme hot weather la a great tax upon the digestive powers of babies when puny and feeble they should bo given a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge the childrens Tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the digestIon of their food BO hat they soon become strong healthy and active S5o at Pennys Drug Store 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Joel Wilder U dead at Greene Hotel at Plnevlllo euatalnedI a 1500 loss by fire tho distiller IMalcolmFitzgerald of Danville Is dead In tbut city I Joseph Drainer stabbed and probably fatally wounded Jordon Carter at Parksvlllo Leslie Williams aged 24 and a prom- Inent Anderson county farmer sulcl ed by shooting Jim Ben sic a friend of Leo Turner who was recently engaged In Quarts House battle was killed in a row Mlddtesboro The store of B F Powers at Po crcburg Wayne county burned aimli night The loss Is 83000 and there was no Insurance Two new oil wells came in on Rich land In Knox county Saturday Ono IIlIon the Si Jones farm and tho othc one on the Ellen Jones farm In a fight near MIddteiboro Luki Hopper shot and Instantly killed Newton Shackolford and wounded Jatne Orerton and a man named Dean Sam Lamb a young man of Garran county was cutting wood and in some unaccountable way managed to cut his root entirely off and left it in his shoe Felix Tudor an employe of tho Cum berland Telephone c Telegraph Co was struck by a pole and Instantly kill ed while unloading poles at Nicholas vlllo R E Salleo sold his grocery bus laces oo Third street to George Dunn Supt John W Rawllnpe has decided M hold the annual Institute at Junction City this year It will take place some time In AuguetAdvocate- Hugh Miller Is again In charge ol the Miller Houie W J Rider whc has been running It for the last year will probably put up a largo lIveryfeed and sale stable something which It very badly neededMt Vernon Slg nal J POLITICAL The adjournment ot Congress is now placed at not later tban July 4 A poetofflce has been established at Perkins Whitley county with Joseph W Perkins postmaster Judge W W Jones of Adair will not stand for ro election as judge of his district but H O Baker also of Co lumbia will run Q C Godbey of Liberty has an nounced for Commonwealths attorney of his district He was county attorney of Casey for 12 years Both tho democrats and populists of Nebraska will hold State conventions today at Grand Itland A fusion tick et Is discussed by both sides The opening of the Tllden Club In Now York City was the occasion of a great gathering of democrats Among the speakers wero Grover Cleveland and David B Hill Gen Leonard Wood Issued a state ment In reply to former Senator D B Hills criticisms of him at the Tilden Club banquet Gen Wood charges that Mr Hill was either profoundly Ig norant of the subject or else absolutely disregarded the truth At a conference of the republicans held at Jamestown Judge W W Jones of Columbia and Henry Aaroni of Jamestown candidates for circuit Judge In the 20th judicial district withdrew from the contest in favor of tbe Hon H C Baker of Columbia It is thought that Mr Baker will have no opposition for the nomination Swager Sherley for Congress Judge 3enry S Barker for judgoof the court of appeals and Judge Upton Muir for me of the judges of the common pleas llvlslon of the Jefferson circuit court were the nominees announced by the respective democratic committees in Fefferson county these candidates hav log had no opposition for the nomlna Ion CHURCH MATTERS Rev B J Plnkerton will preach at Crab Orchard next Sunday Of the 100000 Chinese In this coun try 1600 are professed Christians Presbyterians have about 11400000 In educational institutions in this State Elder J W Hagln announced at the hrlstlan church Sunday that at the prayer meeting Wednesday evening net there were twice as many males as females Whats the matter with our ladles The congregation of the Christian hurch at Parts IB erecting ono of the handsomest church buildings In the State This church has a membership of 1000 and Is one of the historic rellg ius organizations of Kentucky The Rav S L Darsle is the pastor- MATRIMONIAL H T Gray and Miss Luella Tucker wl1 be married today at Porryvllle William Henry Wren aged 24 and Mies Birdie Wren sweet 10 were married yesterday Ben Mason aged 30 and Miss Mary lasoD 14 both of Plneyllle were lade one last week Mrs Mary J Ball writes from Ather ton Tnd that Samuel M Ball and Miss Mary J Wade were married at Terre Daute tho other day They are both riglnally from this county I a 0 0y i l i f it r L L t IIat Weather Bargains I ii j Vii I a I ilt et FOR THIS WEEK AT THE l t 1 GRAND LEADER tb atr r i 25 dozen Ladies Sailors worth 48c title Fine lino Umbrellas 39c 50c 75c up to 85 week 24cBiaseslace stripe how worth 25c title I- e tji 10 dozen boys and young mens Straw Hats week 121 c t y fillet split braid worth up to 100 choice Mens 8175 Hats special this week Oda- this iweek 35clionsflue Suits worth 812 this week 8708 i j Mens Cloth Sloes leather solo and heel 25 pairs Kid Gloves damaged anti tried on t price 81 50 this week USe pair goods worth up to 8150 special 15o pt- tirylieus It fiuo Tau Shoes worth 82 at 8148 200 LadieV ItwlytoWcar Street Hats i l t Fine new tine TafTcta llibboug In nil colors worth 81 8125 trod 8110 choice toclosc43c New lino Velvet Kibboug all widths Ladies fine Shoes worth IGO special uSe I r i s- re 1 p The Grand Leader ii IiHays Levy Props S B Levy Manager i WWWf yvjqi 0 5 iuaii i iii l u i e e tia j Marshals Sate for City TaxIS The following real estate will be ollolfd for public sale to the highest sod last bId drr to pay city taxoa on same for the ye 1901 cost ot collection Wednesday July loot before the court houae door In Stanford for cash In hand towlt Abe Carter100 Green Helm 1 00 Harrison l1R48 Mason HoteMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly turnlahed clown tl splendid table Ererrmng firatclsu Portel meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHADANVILLE Y Manufacturer of ERICKAnd Dealer In Lime CementooWrite stI5 e 0 LGXIDGTOn D8IDOClR C Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year Ii It Ii especially devoted to tho Interests of the Democratic party and give all the news without fear or favor WIP Walton Editor 5 Mgr LoxinAton Hy QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Hone 81 ad Rook of AmerI- CA alto In Republic Fraocalte Ua ran Nntlonaux No 12663 Winner of Bret prize at the National Unl venal Exposition 1607 and In 1698 competing over CO itallloni Importer by dr Co of Chicago IP 1898 Dolor bay with small atari black point 15K hands high i weighs In working 13M fcale April 28 1694 b U Lemelend of Commune of Hnbenrllle department of Lamorcbl by the govern ment France dam Oharmautl bi L Dardi second dam by Revolution Quai will make the present season of 1003 at mi farm two and mile from Stanford on Huitonvllle pike tt 10 the Season or S15 to Insure a Liv leg Colt DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Kitelle 2ilOf Sired by Hlcadt Qolddtut 4400 by Oolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl an 1m ported Arabian Done Qolddusti lam Is Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a Ion of Galls Morgan making hIm an In tensely Inbred Morgan stallion descending Yom Morgan on both sides the best amity of road hones known Dopey Gold Inst Is a dark bay full K hands high and weIghs SOO pounds a proven and uniform feeder of high road Eastern hors es combining all the for barns and saddle and are In demand at top prlc 01 Will make the present season at my arm near Stanford At 115 to Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at 17 to nsure Mares leApt at SO cents per week No reo for accidents or escapes The best of personal givenF Ky o I ANNOUNCEMENThaving 1 II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs II Sterling Silver Novelties c I hnoIII I e I I W H MUELLER I About Long Lived PaintsI- f I you get hold of poor paint it will bo n year or two before you find out that your money and labor have boon largely fwasted Tho tartly discovery will not lee on your cocwpenx Lion any Make yourself secure by buying a brand you can be sure of Mastic Mixed Paints are strictly grade No other paint covers eo much surface anti no withstands the weather so well The colors are rich and higbJmnnent and the cost is very low all things considered in and let us have n paint talk Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ite Ky LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK It 1 CAPITAL STOCK 8S6OOOO I Directors Omccn Successors to The Farmers Hank Trust Company OOlltllluolUlyS u SHANKS J D Paxtonmanagement We President JD Owsley SOLICIT YOUR BANK J D OWSLEY B II Shanks ACCOUNIOblOIW 0 Walker Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial w M BRIG UT Ceo W Carter Aasc Cashier i r First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established IUI the Deposit Hank of In 1838 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1888 and agaIn reorganized al the Pint National of Stanford In 18S3 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 ears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact log promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J 8 nOQKEIt Prest 11 McUOUEKTS Cbr W II WEAKEN Dkpr tDJrtJotQrs F Reid Lincoln Co 00J W P Walton Lincoln Oo OrchardM StanfordT t- Jos Woblnson Rubble J StanfordW If TRUSSES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I AT VERY REASON ABLE PRICES 1i Craig Hocker STANFORD t u td T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNK 24 1002 1 II In filling your prescriptions no use I proporUoulaodsot do better If yon paid ui doublo the price which Is always reasonable Pen I nyfl Drug Storo I t PERSONALS I I I IngtonCiiAitLiK cBLEDSOi DAILEY le back from Cov LUTES went to Louisville FridaySatushy Saturday LEt RANEY peat a taw days with Danville friends ROBERT MOHULAND was over froma I Lexington SundllaMR was oyor fromJ SundaYalMAIIONY It ItLexlnJton Lexington nuitonrllte LEt WALTON la visiting ELLIOTT of Cincinnati I Elliott Jones R D MAUONY will entertain afternoon from 3 to 5 1with WALTON a valued Livingston was hero SaturdaydayATOR GKOHOE t Lancaster was hero Saturday r MRS M O TANNER of McKinney + li with her parents at Somerset In MISS CAUILLE nOIlER Of OuStOn a vlllo visited Mill Lucille Cooper Miss MAUDE MOORE of Danville Is t with Misses Sara and Jennie Lynn MR SAM C LACICBY of St Louie U I with his lather Hon O A Lackey MESSRS J S CllRlSUAN and O O Fox of DMivlUo were hero eterdCI I PROP M O WINFREY U attending the too educational association at Lcxlnc EDWIN OIIADWICIC of Crab was a caller at this omen Frl tMIss C C CARSON and Gcorco of Liberty spent Sunday 0C1r Orchard Spring Mn JAMBS FIIYE of Iluitonvllle I LuoilI Miss NBLL Lora of Danville b the pretty of Mines Ellio Rnjtlemaoa IfbeOD DBLRK THURMOND of Is visiting her slier Mrs Johnb at Somerset S DAUQHMAN who has bee under the weather spent a week at Crab Orchard Springs MESSRS T W PAXTON E G Delhi it and M Hctmann of Cincinnati war I guests of W H Traylor Mns SALLIB MORELAND of Lexlng ton and Mlts Mary Davis of Danville are with Mrs W C Shanks Mn JAMES C COULTER of Middle It burg was hero Saturday and loll an orn der for job printing at this omcoDMR T O nioaiNUOTHAM of Wai lacoton called the other day and drop pod a dollar In the slot for the I J CEO D FLORENCE is holding down his old position In the po+ tofllee whllo Howard Coleman Is enjoying a rest Mn n n HENNINQER of Monti lo Kentuckys next treasurer waebo Saturday mingling with the democratlp MRS F D SPOTSWOOD Racbol Alllion have returned to Lox loRton after a visit to Mrs Ma rypony Burcb MESSRS J A MERBIION end J Stouffor of Richmond were hero Fr onmoodt MESSRS W n CLAY and A P Goodtng of the Central OI1 Gas Mining Co are here looking after their oil Interests MESSRS W W LYON S M Owenn and Geo D Weatberford of tho West End woro hero yesterday getting sp olal premiums for tbo Huitonvlllo tat July 30 31 Aug 1 W A PETTUS of Lincoln was down last week Richard and Eltzabeth Pel 1tUI of Lincoln county are visiting grandfather Judge W H Potrltus Somerset RepublicantlMiss GRACE SMITH ma many friends during her stay hero with Mrs Cleo Brown loft Saturday for I Lexington to vlilt a while boforo ra turning to her bomo at Chllllcothto O i LOCALS IKINDLYunpaid account of yours at this omcob FOR sale or rent for school purpoJthe college at Hustonvlllo B erton Stanford I WE laterofhnYthat wo will Mil at 30 to 65o per 100 Apply at onco J H Baughman k Co t OUR outs of gents shoes I and furnishings will save you big mooII I oy Como and see J P Jones In f clreachedA DEPTH of 80 odd feet bas been o well 01 B T Pences farm The St lord Oil Gas It Development Co still having trouble with well No 2 on ly Frank McKlnnoys farm and slow prog reel Is being mado a ZlARVESTiNQ of wheat Is on In care ost The crop Is distressingly light TUE Somerset Journals ginseng edi Lion was a good ono Brnr Campbell writes about ginseng like a veteran sang digger SPACE In the INTERIOR JOURNALS qudallyspeak early If you want an ad TUB Central OH Gas Mining Co will shoot wells No 3 and 4 on LboI nextNoA GOOD picture of main building rab Orcbard Springs appeared In rdays Courier Journal The cut was made from a photo by riles Sa cray DR ELIZABETH JACKSON osteop physician of Mt Vernon will bo the prifat4t neSALEauction on Thursday July 24 two splendid Lincoln county farms ono con coining 103 and tbo other 330 acme o land See ad TOM BRYANr who got 18 months lathe penitentiary for robbing tho depot was taken to Frankfort Frl by Sheriff Baugbman Ho wes f- hero for safekeeping THE Crab Orchard lair catalogue is press at this office ODd will bo out insamweek or 10 days The premiums an purses offered are exceedingly liberal everyklodA SPECIAL train b0run from Lancaster to Loulsvlllo next Sunday blIpeople It will paw hero at 00 A U and there will be attached a special car for white people Tbo faro for the roundtrip Is flW TilE delinquent list has been ordered by tho fiscal court to be printed In this paper If your name appears In that list you can lave yourself humiliation by paying County Clerk George D thtS FAIR PRIVILBUBSd9Sealed bids soaFair dr Racing Association received up until 2 P M Thunda 10 1002 Direct all communlca Ionl to A W Buchanan 6ccrotar Crab Orchard Ky MAS Mrs K W Crelgbton and Miss cille Johnson of Klnjjsvlllc xcr asheD d they wore fearfully frightened Fortunately they escaped Injury The rse was not badly hurt j Mpfarm at Sllckford came in at 300 feet + producing 76 barrels Tho Kentucky aDabarrelsI FRIENDS of County Clerk George B Cooper went him to run for appellate cleric Theta leas a bettor equipped for the office tiara cleverer gentle iYCooperbut be Is satltUed with his present of lice and doesnt ask to go higher for awhile sop way THE Beaver Creek 01 Gas Co drilled In their No 2 at Cooper Wayne productr0pg ec wells that hoe been drilled lathe Beaver Creek sand Tbo com will shoot their wells at onco and wi no doubt Ret a production of 60 to halo at ce as the company expects to cloio books July lit A CONFERENCE was I Friday Danvlllo between H B Spencer geMoral manager of the Louisville Loulsllnelof the Southern Alex Danvlllr Sout U eras line from Harrodsburg to Dan vlllo A committee of pltizons was e pointed to examiner Into the question of way and to further confer wi tdhoerailway offlelals Messrs J I Hooker W M Bright IIarvoy IIo and Mayor Florence of this place tended the meeting I TilE grand jury which adjourned last I week Indicted Charlie Stringer Wilt and Will Crutchfield all whit George Saodusky colored for into and attempting to rob Lincoln County National Bank In anuary last Sheriff MS Baughman armed with requisition papers left for M cLean county 111 where HIatt and Crutcbfleld wero working Ho return cd yesterday afternoon with thorn end hey readily gave bond In 1500 each Sandusky was arrested yesterday morn and Is In jail Ho Is anxious for an trial Stringer Is said to be the standing army and effort will at co bo mado to got him Into the utches of the law Tho Indictment glenod ug crlmo It la hardly probablo that their trial will bo held at this term of courtI CARRIAGE FOR SALE In good re pair and used only a year or two Will sell cheep Call at this office r STRAYED Black spotted malo hog weighing about ICO pounds W J Holtzolaw Gilberts Creek Ky 2t THE books are ready and you are re to call at once and get your receipt M S Baugbman char Iff THE Ico cream supper given by the ladles of tbo Bubble Christian chart Saturday night was a success In aver afteDIDgTill bitching and reed privileges and donOrchardard next Saturday afternoon 28th at 3 oclock As the crowds dally aro ex potted to run far up Into the thousands these privileges ought to bring good ces BOTTLINO ux speHoltt Is with W H Traylor the dM tiller for the purpose of bottling eomo timfbottles onelittleA nooKcar at this office the Pother day and allot passing a low pleas remarks begun to unhook a Uulot sack which was attached to the back of his vest and which was entirely hidden view This sack contained his ple book Why do you not carry pour book In your bands and sore tho trouble and time of hanging It gable pout wo asked Ob said he char o Is a feeling against book agents and aloe reecho of the people who would me coming with my book wouldI either leave their offlco or home or ask me to leave It Wo try to got a person a good humor before wo let blmI know that wo soil books TilE Ninth Annual Elocutionary C n test given by E H Bcazloy at Walton s Opera House Friday evening last was Ilko all of Its predecessors a success In every particular The crowd was e largest In year Had the splendid program of 31 hours was enjoyed from lbro as Attorney Sa muel T Spalding was delivering tho Ltfllyan rotaK o0yt ness was shown by the crowd which hid assembled by 830 Miss Leavel s Thushe did justice to It and credit to rself Is shown In the fact that aba won first honors over a field of 11 Miss Cora Dodge of Louisville won tbo lIec and prise 110 In gold Her subject was Tho Sioux Chlafs Daughter essrs E M McCormack of ube p and R W Miller of Rich SpaIdInllsatisfactorily as could be expected It Is not on record where the opinion 0 the judges suited all of the contest antH and their friends All of 11 young ladles who took part did well at chop have the satisfaction of kooln they acquitted thcmietvcs creditably all did not receive prizes Following is the program which was so unlyereal ly fiAddressMusic Miss Cora E Dodge Loulsvlllo High School Tho Sioux Cbie Daughter Vocal Quartette Joe Ire load T D Fleecy Mrs J H Turner Miss Lillian Byboe Miss Jane lo Houtchlngs Harrodsburg GradedI School Tbo Chariot Race Ines mental Duet Mrs J H Turner Mrs G T Grlnstead Miss Florence Burn side Lancaster Alemeda Vocal Solo Miss Jennie Lynn Miss Maude M lor Pope Danville Buyln a Feller Violin Solo Miss Mary Hundley Miss Polly Traylor Stanford Womans IIatTur- ner el oon Rose Vocal Quartette Joseph I LillianPBy 1 s Hackney London Tho Confessional1 Vocal Solo Miss Dot Camnltz Miss I Llillo B Lcavell Hamilton Colle fluofet I DyJ Miss Myra Walker Flemlng Sister and Ii Music Miss A MountatAlan I Harrodsburg Perdlta tbo 1oIarbloI Statue The music both Instrumental was of a vary high order ofop rogramded tho bill excellently His timely wellworded address of welcome g received with prolonged applause stage which had boon decorated under the supervision of Mrs W W Us was as pretty as a placate and the are tistic work of that lady and her assistI sole was complimented by many Rev W E Arnolds health would not permit him totako part in tho vocal quartettesbut Mr Joseph Ireland of Danville proved a moat extoll lubatlLuLOInuftl coolest for the third Friday ages nlng In Juno 1003 He la being n gratulated for the excellency of the tcrtalnments ho always glues J o LIBERTY FAIRThe officers of the Liberty Fair have decided to hold their j annual exhibition onAug 27 28 and 20 I WE have a good second hand Deer Ing binder Dcerlng mower and rake for sale cheap J II Baughman Co i THE stockof Tissues Lawns Dimities Organdies Appllca Laces and all Summer Goods will be found at John P Jones I auctionprnoon Comfortable beats Ito wa a good tlmo and bargains NOTHING worth mentioning hoe been lut1Thoyeltorday1but GRAD ORCHARD NOS OPENING I BALL As predicted last summer when the largest crowd In 10 years nt the heated term at Crab Orchard I people began flocking hither weeks lo advance of the formal opening on Friday lest co that thorn were 10 es as many regular guests register cd at this years opening as wero there year ago All of which In mean clear and language plain goon to that tbo people of Kentucky would gladly mako this the Mecca of summer travels were It only properly managed The necessity for an entire reorganization became ap parent to the stockholders two years ago and tbo wisdom of their selection of Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Rich mond for managers has been thrice vindicated Everything Is In tip top poIltoneaCrab Orchard Springs Hence hlth erward devotees Terpsichore wended Ibolr way leaf Friday and from lato supper until early breakfast their trip plop foot kept rhythmlo measure to WobrleY1Leulnlllo KentuckySgallant men and Lancaster Danville Richmond Lebanon Lou 111 1110 ani Lexington soot their quota of tbo fair and brave and all went merry as a mar rlage boll The great dining room alono could scarcely contain the guests and visitors Its floor was polished so that the lights reflected therefrom like placidlakounusually beautiful and for onco In the worlds history of summer resorts there was one or more beaux for every hallo e feature of the occasion aside from Its universally acknowledged success was the presence of Prof Allen De Cour Mueller master of ceremonies U Is his function to load the dances in struct young and old In the dance en ginecr entertainments teach horseback riding fencing physical culture etc Ho will arrange a ball for overt Friday evening end arrange weekly entertainments by the guests such as lamp dances Germans cako walks recitals amateur theatricals etc Prof Mueller has bad years of experience In entertaining IP a gentleman of afable polity manners with highest recommendations from leading Ken OltyOuhealth glslag the shade dense and thodrivesbIDg court o nod s jail V good time BlckJy 1eCE W How HOT HELL ISA colored brother was expounding the gospel to his flock and after vividly describing the place of damned the ser Iruwould say dot If you took all do wood in New York State and all de coal in Pennsylvany and plied em all In aheap doIIman out of bell and put him Into dot b undle mace he would freeze to death Date how hot bell Is JI Valuable Property For Sale I I My residence on Danville Avenue and two ubydaroroom on Main street opposite court I Ky are tor ante aces Idenco U a twostory brick wltn 10 rooms I Tbo storeroom aro brick with nice rooms I WgCby Wm Severance for dry goods Address I D Owiley Stanford Ky rgPUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY JULY 31 1902 I not told privately I will ogee for sale at andublic my two farms located and described as follows thetheBliclby City This li a nice tract of lead- esirably located and convenient to schools Jco and railroad has a nice groom andcottage large stcck barn and a dozen or more necessary outbuildings all In good re healthyTho I coca la wall watered by Knob Lick Creek orysUubblefarmgrass The Ln116Ugs consist of a ntco 4 room cottage a largo and commodious stock barn and numerous outbuildings all of which aro comparatively now This farm la also creek a never tailing Itream There ss an abundance ot klnda and trees Tbe conditionpotTerms of sale will be H cash and balance one two or throe years to salt the pur chaser The smaller will be sold first on the premises sale beginning atO30 AIFurther information can be had by calling KyeaOro 8 EUELDV Ponca Oklahoma L 4 s Y u r- w 1 2 i j = 1 1 It FOR THE J Best Qualities JI AND THE S Latest Styles 1 in Clothing Hats Shoes and at the lowest prices go to u I Cummins S McClaryiiI- t l A lfIw3i1N e+ i JIw JIiIo6 we e AI J f11 e 1 e fI ITRUNKSli l or a 7111JI ii If Telescopes sio fcV Dress Suit Cases ctIw Hand Bags t almost any size 1 II and sty1 e6tio+ iaMIi tj s TERMS CASH tq X11 Ii If He J McRoberts 6 aa rt OTJJ 7 i p- a jhui1A t4i 2f c ai1i1ih2 S 03O ro 1 I jr 1n Jro I Hot Weather Goods I Dont forget our stock when in need of II Lawns Dimities Ginghams Lace Stripe Hosiery Underwear Summer Corsets Duck and Piques for Wash Skirts Etc SUMMER SHOES In addition to our large stock of Shoes and Ox fords we have a line of solid leather sole Canvas Shoes which we are closing out at these prices tiff We sell the Mines 11 to 2 at 76c i f100 r 1100II Severance Sons New Store lXXthFreezer No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers i i WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JI JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 111 O L CARPENTER W O I WITUEDSfi The Withers Furniture Co carries an extensive line of Furniture and Carpets Wall Paper Window Shades i c Wallpaper trimmed and Pictures framed artistically They appreciate your trade Withers Furniture Co Yi sii THElraiORJOURNAL Jtntered n the post glee at Stanford ai tsonddau matter rgb32ahdTueatisp aatl Ss2ttaT7w jT 81 PER YEAR CASH gp When sot toptldsaOO will b charged MIKNOXVILLE DIVISION No ZITraln going North llB8am o26n 2 30am- 12MatnNo25 II South No23 12 52pm For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No Vlfares SUnford tmlSS m Nol 5 arrlieiatStaoford 115 am No 21 leave Stanford at 250 pm A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OSeuTP blcEoberW Drug Store in the Owiiej II Balldlni RwA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Offlceovcr Iliggins 8 McKinney Stori Telephone No 48 d NEW LIVERY STABLE L W BtmItE SJIi Prop JUNCTION CITY KY TlrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and thy For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotoinerto the people of Lincoln County He will plea eyou both in work and price Write to him f MONUMENTSPITREZINO rWhite Bronze Is to one in the monument business what the Improved drophead sew ing machine U to the old hand method or the palace car is to the old stage coach It is the advanced thought of the age It is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of your loved ones It b very beautiful with a frosted silver ap pearance Please hold your order until you can investigate It J C MoWhorter AgtO- RABOlinnABD KY J+ + YJC Y NDERTIAKEREMBALMER And DC ale ar In 8J NESS SA PDLESY k0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of LonUvllle will be at StanfordiJUay jndjGMlliy July 7 L beathlendyoarnegrectrourchlldronseyes OMCehonre a a to 5 p m On Jellies v preserves and pickles spread a thin eoUng i PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will kpacid proot lureltebnedlyaramnelmalor- rbeful In a doim otber ways about the house packagetlold STANDARD OIL CO H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call FOX t LOCH DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mutes constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager CECIL CKTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers o- fSODA POPdrInks Write for and1HidBOf CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STRIFORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Phone No 9- eNOTICEThe rllliena of Stanford and vicinity may well congratulate tbeniMlTt on hiring belr oil the handsome lad InUnwlr bred milk and butter bull Cooperledroa enuellylUrl01 in 7 dirt and winner In the show rings Her sire Pedro Itoval Marjoram 28360 a of Pedro I and the great Marjoram and her dam Is Bloteri Belle 8UU by Pedro of Linden 261M by bylroopedlearl466SS Every dam In his pedigree six teen generations has a recorded butter taiL Peter Ocoptrs Pedro Zd was purchased at a long price for cub therefore I must have rash for his service which I have placed at the Insignificant sum of 13 paddockdrew Walker McKlnney Stanford Ky Come and seeIour handsome line of FASHIONABLEMILLINERY in the Postofiice Building on Main street Mrs Garland Singleton- BEAZLEY SHAHSr Undertakers and- Embalmers DUI FurnltureMatUngsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY 0o C w 0 a f t ogruSl wor= CI Javrf 4 r C 1 E Oo = w = 8 wdQc d = uJ tie s fd Q Z i a aW do o UJtI LL 0 u o 1wQ C m a s 0 a 0 tD a 1 0 0 CQ co = g L c r rIllS r iUI JsbortQI= 1 a a o LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J W Dourno sold to T S Elkin a tat cow at 3e Ding 21H has lost her foal by Star Pointer 150 Matt Sandldjro told to Farris Denny- a gelding tor 8275 S E Eater bought of W P Walton- a harness gelding for 50 O A Swlnobrood bought of J M Cox two sows and 13 pigs for SOS Wo have 25 extra rood 1200poui cattle wo wish to soil In July Lutes Co W R Cook sold to Burnslde Leav ell 44 lamb averaging 81 pounds at Sic Woodford county wbcat yield will bo about per cent of an average crop Josh Wilson sold to S Morgan a bunch of hollers at 3c and some cows at 2o W E Amon sold to E P Woods 28 extra One fat hogs at 0 05 and 25 good ones for October delivery at 6c I will stand my Berkshire Boar Billy Barker at el cash when ici vice rendered John Owsley Reid J L McCarty of Garrard sold In Cincinnati yesterday a lot of hogs at 060 to 7o and eomo cattle at 31 to 5o J M Roberta eold to J G Lynn 2 a GivaneNIt ie reported from California thet Spreoklee will send Hulda 2081 t 0 Toledo 0 to be bred to Crescou 202 Gentry Bros owners of thodogaho beetles their name bought of C A Durfree the trotting stallion McKIt ney for 125000 Wyeth won tho American Derby a t Chicago Saturday by three lengths from Luclen Appleby Aladdin was third Time 240 Richard Foley shipped to Sable t Son of Louisville 25000 pounds of wool bought In this county at from 18 to 18 contifAdvocate youngsterCCsby the champion stallion Cresceus at the Lexington track He Is In W F Freemans stable and Is showing 220 speed for the quarter J C Caldwell bought a carload of- fioo cattle recently In Kansas City and had them shipped to this place O M Jenkins of Garrard county sold to M J Farris b51000 pound cattle at 84 75 Danville Courier LANCASTER COURTOnly about 60 cattlo were on tbe market at Lancas ter yesterday and business generally was dull A taw yearling cattlo sold at 4c and a small bunch of heifers at 3c Butcher stuff was slow at 21 to 3c Plug horses sold at 820 to ItO and eked mules at ICO to 8120 MT XENIA Mr Claude King gets the school at Mt seals S C Thurmond has planted 75 acre In cow peas A party from this neighborhood went to the Danville water works on Dix river Saturday and spent a delightful dayThe regular Missouri chinch bug has destroyed 25 acres of millet for Bon Bryant You can gather them up by the handful They are from the size of a pin point to full grown ones It the first time they have made their ap pcaranco in this part of Kentucky Mill SaUIe King Is visiting at Hus tonvllle Mrs HR Mills who Is vie Icing her parents Is quite sick Mrs Tilford Alexander who haw returned from Dr MoMurtrya hospital In Louie vlllc fa very much Improved Miss Cettle Thurmond has returned from Eubanke where she has been teaching school A SPLENDID REMEDY Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumbago sciatic pains jleld to the penetrating Influence of Ballards Snow LinlzeiU It penetrates to the nerves and bone and being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore agent Illinois Central Railway Milan Tenn stales I have used Ballards Snow Liniment for rheu matism backache etc in my family It is a splendid remedy We would not bo without it 25cGOcand61 at Pennys Drug Store It 13 announced that tho American Distilling Company la to undergo an other financial reorganization The capital which was 8125000000 has been reduced to 178000000 It la now proposed to further reduced this to 132000000 Tbe plan Is to Incorporate a new company under the New Jersey laws with a capital of 832000000 and 816000000 of bonds All the old stosk Is to be retired and the now stock is- o be of only one chess- CONSTIPATED BOWELS To have good health the body should be kept in a laxative condition and the bowels moved at least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled dai ly Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main BII Wichita Kas writes I have ueod Herblno to regulate the liver and bowels for the past 10 years and Sound it are llabo remedy OOc at Pennys Prug Store According to a report fired by Maj J H Manslr In the ofltco of tile adjutant general tho GatIng guns intrusted to Battery B of Lexington are In bad condition and some of the officers have negligent It la probable that the battery will bo mustered out of service and reorganized at some other point in the State z Farm For Sale Having concluded to quit farming I will soil farm of 12S acres on Mllledgovill and Stanford pike It Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements welt watered with never falling iprlng In post neighborhood In Lincoln county For further Information call on or wrlto to W A Pottus Mlllodgovlllo Ky fourtH otJiilu Entertainment Grove To be given at the Oak Race Track on the O It Jones ilaco one mile west of Yosemite on Friday July 1002 The program will consist of nn old time Fiddlers ContostBnso Ball Came and Cako Walk Pint prlto liD second 13 third 82 In fiddler contest In cake walk Ont prize ii Ito and ixond a 83 cake with competition open to all Admission 8Jc children over year lOc Kcfroshmoota of all kinds on tin grounds Come and spend a nlco 4th of July Plenty of shade trees for nil Thou to enter of the above contests ManagersYosemite E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary F Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdian TITLE CO Stanford Ky No flouM and lot In StanfonlBie room ball porch In the rear cool nrdtn Rood oelfhtwrho close to churches and loaf lot email tam Hj lrla t5JO StanwTtranda loud barn and other buildings In p Cut Inilx fields well fenced e0 acre cultivatIoQonaerotn fruit trace rest roe JouSbl Nmmlulollr It bargain and na told at bargain Close to school and church Price tn per acre Land adjoining sold for tw and 113 This h s bargain No I1Iou and lot In StanfonL HOUM coo talni fire room load stable and 8 arm of land well fenced Un of pntUmt building lots In town room enough In front fir two other mIllet or a story front could built to the cottage and be md e a beautiful horn Will W sold cheap u the owner mutt have nonet- No4Twoitorrfram dwelling 7 rooms hall and veranda Uood garden fencing ant house In food repair For sale or rent bit rcaunable No S House and tot In Stanford ThN room and trontporch load garden and stable Good sold chap Ko HOUM and lot la Stanford itorlei I reeves lood garden smoke and coal hours only tacoAil8 Farmofoeaere5t4 miles Irom Stan lord on county road ss icret cultlTattoa caves In petnre 2 Rood orchards and mt In limit r Twe imall cottafm good bun and oqlbulldlnp wall watered and lenotng fairly good liar wen N bought at your price a owner UTI a In Indlinaf Its and mutt hay money So 9 1 firm ol ZtS aera tout mile from Stan ford on best In tba county Sixty acre In wheat 10 In roralIla timothy In lover and lW In fine blufgaji Ii rut lo six gelds well rented w1 watered nererfahing well and fIDI two DdsTwodwellieggood barns e4d out bulldlnti Fronts pike for lhre quarten of mil both on pike llenty fruit tnoes and enough limber to mate 5000 poiu A tplend blurgraa farm and only 20 minutes dais lieu ibs county seat Owner ol nn firm adjolnlt tbla hu recently reliuod ft ncracra Weofler tnh at 117 M per acre No 1129 acres land with necmury Imprer meets t mile from Stintord Dwelling bas fsr room rerudtblIoo porrb Large barn mlhouse etc wae fenced eat bulWIn In good repair Prta reaIOobl- eNoUDweillajfohIJl rporai han and porch neceeseary outbuUdla pNen Also tort store room aaSU lest lover room supply- wltfcounterhelveaetc Witer In dwrUIng a toraroom alia eUtcra wen on nlare Small let harkoftare One mile from tiunford llulldln In gout repair ant dwelling originally 1100 and lore onr tIzoo Will sail both fur or will rent or sell separately No 13o230en firm el nine of Crab Orchard Ey Hrlck dwelling tam two tenant houses two barns well and rrlol near dwelling Farm la high mtats of eultlTitlon acres river bottom- land good fencing fruit etc rice tl7OQn acre No llIOOicinol laud on Lancaster atreetl Crab Orchard oppo lteipr1ng In gnu no 1m proTemcnti except larnitock barn abundant of stock waist Prettiest building sits In town Price No isA nice cottage and lot on Lancatle itreet Buulonl 7 room good cistern tic Cost II600 will tell bar 81000 No 15100acm of land lnSUlUon county RySmllca South of Richmond and 3 milts of Kinnton lying between lllg turnpike and Muddy Creek road known as the Col IL Munda Frame boUdlnro stork barn outbuildings Ac Pln water and on of linen cave- emtegs in Kentucky In yard Ues sleek farm la the county for the money Pike 120 ier acre No ITA farm of arm nor HuitonTllIe Dwelling of tight room hill veranda etc On tenant home cock taro Urge tobacco barn and other outbuilding Cistern and rood well In the yard and waUr la ever Said on tb place Farm cut In teren Geld and flntclau land No M Farm of ulftI colluded near langs Till Kyj W sere In cultivation S3 In Umberml two good barns and other outbullrhnpgoai Dwelling comtwratlr y new li lln lard of three chnrchci ICbool pototnce and 0 Property Its on pike and county rust and u the mat desirable tarn In that Mellon W will sell the whole farm bar n400 or la parcels of not less than 30 acre to nit purchaser This U certainly cheap property WlDeeburlDwelllDlta Ionland la netthborboolclose to school and on good road IrloallOO tAUnlrTbreebuilding each howe barn etc about the renter of 100 acres All on county road it mile from church school and xMtofflc Lays well and well watered This It a good tobacco arm and would suit two or tbne firalllea that might want to toms from tbe same neighborhood Price reasonable No G1A farm of 105 acres In Gay county Ky One and onehill itory dwelling with six roomt goof barn and her outbolldlDgi Sixty acres In ultlTiilon 41 acres In trees etc well on county rod dose to churches school etc Price only No WFarm ol US am In Casey county Two story frame dwelling two good barn and other outbuilding In repair Splendid tabicco land and In good community A bargain at No 57 Farm of 113 acre In Casey county new two story room frame dwelling and old welling In lair condition Harm and other out building On county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two spring etc This U a de IrabUbome IricedSiiO No 55 Fifty acres near Fleaaant Point Frame house 3 roomi and porch Darn and other outbuilding S acres In cultivation mt In tin bet Well watered yards from tot9cetcnool and church lays well on pike and In good com mnlty Price We hue bujer for 230 or ser farm diluted from one lo tbree mllea from town Alto buyer fo- rabut 100 acres situated from one to tmt mil from town with or without improvements Alo I buyer for an 4000 to 810 000 firm time to town No Four house and lola In Rowland Ky rliwt each No 19 acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Twoitory low 9 room hallTeranda acres splendid land aljolnlnirln Stanford lrap- trtylo good water and lI hta la clt mat door Ileaullful home Price tiOOO No 21A flnt claiamtaurantitockofgroctrlea and a No soda fountain The ining room fix tutu bakery and kitchen goods an splendid This li tb town IldnlogatourotfcoNo competition you aa- lIod out what the lalee aTerage nd splendid profits This is a great opportunityf oolIInemtlltIrlcl to draw from one ran readll N that U Is fine chance to mike money We think Jar the amount ofcapital inverted It ii oneot the belt pay lug builncn la Central Kentucky Write or come to us and get price for same wnI4It o Biliousness Makes Chronlclnv llds When the liver I torpid end fail to do IU work f the bite enter the blood u a virulent potton Then cornea conttlpaUon biliousness sick headache fever and maUrla The only treatment that glees the liter lust the right touch and starts Natures work In the right manner is D A VOlts LIVERJPILLS J ANDTONIG The pill toucho the liver and the pcllot tone the Islam Ii v 23 does for days cot 23 cents and un leea your eaae U teeediogly bad you v xrtU be well before you BnUh them jft Sample free For sale a- tr all dealer FOR SALE BY W D MRODERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE MENS FINE SHOESM- ystock of liens Shops for spring nod summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew Selby C Invincible ShoesdEvery pair fully guaranteed Twontyono years hniulling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give us a call he eaTs DeeeT mVOTm HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON FENCED DEALERS IX Carriages Buggies Phae V j tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes beautiful 14kr4 e 1l3atch 15mntWhen In line dont taU to and things we have In handsome stock Remember Murray is graduate couotryWheD repairingMurray McAdams w The Lincoln Gas Ann Mineral Company OF STANFORD KY Incorporatd Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full and NonAssessable OrncKM J II Baughman Prca A T Nunnelley ViceIVci II WoarJ enTrcas II Helm Secy DaugbmanJThe Lincoln OM Mineral Co has about 3000 acres of land leased in Lin coin county Ky TheIargor portion of this lease is contiguous to tbo M 8 Bugh man larma portion in neighborhood of Mayvood and Sugar Grove sections and still portion skirting Logan Cree Ono of tho surest Indications ot tbe probable value of undeveloped oil lands it the roiult of cflorU at development on land adjoining None of the stock reserved by the Incorporators can be issued by them until the entire amount so reserved has been sold and when sold dollar arising therefrom will bs used in developing companrs holdings officer- or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation his time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of the Is rendered valuable by reason of the untiring efforts of the officer and directors Thotstock In non aicssable and the private property of the stockholder Is liable for corporate debts It Is under the laws of tho Stato of Kentucky books are open nt all times to Its stockholders and they are invited to its office to re puahedCLOSINGIOUT SALE 1 M Our entire stock must be closed out by July 16th We will sell everything regardless of cost we will leave Stanford on the above date and will take none of the goods with us M Snyder Stanford TIMBER LEND FOR SOLE In order to settle tho partnonhlpbuslneM of John Bonta Jr and Ilonta having died last December wo will tell 2700 acre of tlmberlandla Adalrcoun ty Ky This land contains between 4000 000 and 5000000 teet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory This tract of land la close to the famous oil fields of Wayne county and is exceedlnt1ywelt adapted for agricultural purposes of the U In one body and It li n bargain foraome ono For particular apply to J 0 COULTER Ulddloburg Ky Or to E M Ilardln Harrodiburg or Oscar Uonla Faulkner Ky n 4 This cM wanting Anything our the new beautiful our our Mr a of one Jewelers Opticians Danville Oil Capital Paid W Oil the the No for not Incorporated Its as Son CAUTION of Dont allow an agent solicitor of any other company to Induco you to give up or your policy in tho HOME near In mind that agents and solicitor of other companies have no right whatovor to the possession of your nOl policy Therefore a watch for the man who wants you to giro up your IIottB 110llcyand take one In hla company It all moans to you and oNLY you Auy dltlntercated man who tellloutheretho Homier Niew YOHK And any man who asks you to give up i HOME policy for an other Is more Interested In the money he Is to make out of It than ho Is about your welfare Address or call on Jesse D Wearen Stanfordn cluftve Agent for Lincoln OarrardBoylq and Casey Counties Kentucky r