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I SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 j I VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 2719029 A1tI NO 3tI t I wrote to Doctor Pierce who sent m a very land letter and advised methThousands of weak end sick women can trace the beginning of a new life of toDrSick and ailing women are invited to consult Dr letter ret correspondence held as strictly sacredly confidential Address R V Pierce Iluflalo N Y Dr Ilerces Favorite Prescription cures weakand aching backs headnohw nerv ousness other womanly ailments by the womanly diseases which cause themIn the ipriBZ or io eo I twetrae WT HI write loin AlrM ScholU or rake Wcthlng Ion Lctueur Co lInn tack wu nrr- uk sad ichnl to that I coin do no walk at au 10 wn ob1ltrd to take o my bal1ell painbdomrn Inshe to Dr lIefff who enl me a very kind letter and dv1ed ml to take ht Panke cud Ooldm sttdlat DiMOTCTjr I rook Ilr bottle of each tud am a well woman I snot My taueh to favor or Dr Plerce nllcintk Favorite Prescription makes weak women sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Dr Pirrcen Pleasant Pellets are the mot desirable laxative for delicate women KINGSVILLE Builooj at the iMrM Is qutu Tile cool weather U rMardlag Ute growth of tcelaUos The pastor RaY ThraptM preach ed to a large concretion at the M baodin chare Suoda raorolsg sad ev t nUp The few from here who dU aet ate toad the oflntMU at Staiterd art teroplutlDjj 111101111 to Loadoa for oronallOB 1 J E Crl = boll of itaetiwood Tq Is tUltloe at his hOMe ben S Dlnatccasbtp 1 greatly laprorvd ins creWe doThepaioiod Sunday school was held at thetbart IretbjUrlnn church SaoOny sfuer Intttad of the Christian cbureh ns Ik- latur uodtrgoliiK r nlrs Jame toy of Frankfort spMt 8 day at the P anybaok r foul Mr Iloy wn for many years station t hen nod a very popular 0 Wallace Walter and baby of SIAbfordJ are the guests of relatives here Mr and Mu Will Carey and little SOD Labioon Junction are visiting mother and other relatives here M r D Meade Crolghton left Sunday for advlaitPleasant nit Mo Eho was socom died by her son B W Cralghton far aiClcolnnatl Tho Fairs The fair secretaries awoelatlon hue announced tba following data lUchtnond third week In July Crab Orchard fourth week In Ju Georgetown fourth week In July Huitonvlllci fifth week In July Danville first week In August Lexington weed week In August Marnlla and Lawrenaeburjj th- week In August Drodhcad Fair Aug 20 three dare Liberty Aug 213 daysBardatown and Glasgow first week in And Bowling Green eeeond week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week In Septomborw frNon women hay aisomblcd In Lexington laa a long time than compose tho tenobe association and It In an honor to city to entertain them They are earn cetand coniecratcd people engaged In a 4 tho noble pursuit of teaching the you t Ideal bow to shoot and nothing that Lexington can do for them can bo good Wo hopo they wilt enjoy Lb elrgat stay with us as much as we do t- hj company and come to see us again and often Lexington Democrats r HO H TO AVOID TROUBLE Now Is tho tlmo to provide yourself aadI family with a bottle of Ohamberla Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea home- It is almost certain to bo needed before the summer Is over and if procured now may save you a trip to town In tho night or In your busiest seaion It Is every where admitted to bo the most successful raedlclne In use for bowel complaints both toe children and adults No family can afford to be without it For sale by Craig A Hocker druggists 1 ItWm Brows a r escapeJIynchlBs Jumped In a river sad 1 drowned It- n Hnrrodsburg Horald Soos Cu rious Things at Junction City There lives In Junction City a qua cbareotor and undeveloped genius In the shape of a religious enthusiast named Mrs Robert Hollander II little three roomod homo of rough up right board Is not five minutes walk from the station toward Llnnletta Springs and oven to the casual pat erby It has an air of strangeness T house and liethe consistency of whitewash which gives the place a very peculiar nppoar hut this Is not the Only tbf- at attracts attention The house hi a tiny vettlbuled ontranee with a dor mirsnaued door abowhlcb Is a oroM giving the place the appaearaa of a ob urob portal In the yard otlotoor ne even peaiUoks and bean poles are made In the shape of orome and palmed with elsy oirangen come for miles to visit the Inmate of the little read b dsnbed cot tage Ore runs upon a sate just Inside the dormer doorway which the owner calls TG Golden Gate and which opens after making the Ilex of U oro nod bids you enter Inside Is dl est poverty hilt ono feali somehow as if mhethe walls and celling are severed with crude drawings depleting the life of Christ from the Nativity to tbo Cruel Qxlon done with colored pencil Ev the coarse white curtains have a der of saints and angels drawn with bine pencil and while the work Is rough In the extreme one cannot but see decided talent In It To tbe right of this room of otlllBg which Is scarcely high enough for an tat dUnry nan to lead upright Is a roow about six by eight feet Ix op as a shrine Only use window abo lost tqnare lights It tat there Is no seed for tae light of day for etc lamps have burned there constantly for elgbt years la tbe seater of the ebrl repreeotlbn alo are other dolls and Images of DumbaQ i saints Above them are siupeoded a lighted meters and ao- vethe Holy Spirit descending upon WalU ceiling sad even the UseIM HO two alike and each Iiixluhtie oeeter of the room la a tiny nil before which a lamp bores oonetestlv aed lylog oa It always a bit of more iireo Gallia showlag a creative geolas and patleaoe that It litUe short of marvelous There Is tbe Glestable with a miniature row eating liceaan tatey an a modeled of because 1ecseated around tbo table Christ preach log the sermon on the Mount sad as msny other scenes as can bo crowded Into tho small room But mot wonder ful ol all aro tho three figures taehl one Trlailyedleval art with coarse lips and her rl ble eyes The writer asked how she bappeD ed thlaIrdlie- God came to her In a vision and told her to move and keep going udril II tell her to stop and devote her life to doing such things as Ho commanded Junntlon City proved to beor the plane where she should settle down and the say visions como to her of a on a group of figures and she orks them out as the light la revealed om day to day In the other room Is worn little organ and a box cradle repasted over with pictures of G olYle sopthlage She sat down at the Instru inapt striking a few chords began chant Improvising as she sang Tbe toghe tooWe beard a child crying but did not sight of It It seems about four o1rmoDthe ago a woman came to Junction City with a baby and took up her abode with the Hollanders Sbo stayed several weeks and one day asked b1rIn Hollander to carry tbo baby to the sta han as she was going away Just jamdyethat paded bo could keep tho child as she didnt want It Mrs Hollander who has noee children took the waif gratefully and calls It tho little Jesus Instating tho mother who deserted It was tbe Virgin Mary She Is courteous to all who call provided they do not treat her house and her peculiarities lightly Her neighbors say she la perfectly ttonalabout everything but religion clKarmaaufacturer j NEWS NOTES A Kansas man suicided because of worry over the Illness of King Edward mIDor6IIs on for good and will be push ed to a flnlih brokenIra amount of mon ey was stolen Wm McCartv who shot bis wife to 810jIlot JudllOforFive masked men bound and gagg FremoeDt n farmer cut his throat with a butcher knife at La vergoe Tine because his crops were brraemce from Mercur Utah tbo second larger mining camp In Utah says tbe town has been nearly destroy ed by fire A tarrlflo storm swept over Central Indiana dote groat damage In several small towns Prom 10 to 13 lives are reported lost Jane Toppao a trained nurse oon fewsed at Barntable Maw that she killed SI persons who were patients herrboyissing Is vllle A large crowd Is searching the county for him contributedI Wrset Detaining who was whipped by whitecap near Bloomlngton lad recently has lost his mind and will bo sent to an asylum wA Necro with a well denlopad onto smallpox created some exoltomaat mayorIie tatRrupnlvIInepltal A plan Is on foot In Philadelphia tor tater u with the Indianapolis wneIn IOOOOOOOi a fu was held In a church at Plnerld province ol Orense the build Twentythe Drwho committed suicide In Nash villa owed tbe KaUoaal Bank of Ken tucky 114000 The book la fully pro tooled Further forgeries of Marks have been brought to light StrLouis Fair ooramlstloser to Cuba arrived In New York from Havana and reports that the Island lodnstrlal con dltlon Is growing worse The sugar plantations are doing almost nothing toward next years orop Gov Baokhnm has been advised that Kentuckys claim for Interest on mon furnished the government for equip ping soldiers during thoolvll war hoe been audited by the war department d will be paid at an early date Tbo laim amounts to 81300000 Dr M S Staley of Indlanapoll treated a girl at St Marys Catholic school In that city for a stain eruption Ho has been sent to an asylum as being Insane and the child has developed a pronounced case of smallpox Her deskmato Is similarly alTected and tbo entire school of 200 pupils may havo been Inoculated A portable engine exploded on the gefarm of George W Rowe near Ml Ind killing him Tom Rowo and Harry Rowe Jr a touryear old eboq Harry Rowe Sr John W Thomas and Mrs Thomas were Injur ed Tho letting of water into tho boll which was empty Is supposed to explotloaIand daughter Alice aged 10 yearahave been brought to Columbia from Kdmpntonjand plac ed In jail Tbe charge against Mrs Hundley la murder and herjjdnughter charged as an accessory Tdey had an examining trial at Edmonton and 1their ball was fixed at 81000 rho spa cific allegation Is tbo killing of an fant or tho daughter Tho remains of the child wore found In ajicavo Clint Wobble In connection with tho cseeIced Is hold under ball of 81000 CHOLERA MORBUS A DANGEROUS forDISEASEmany Instances attacks of cholera morbus terminate fatally before medicine can bo procured or n physician summon Tbo safe way Is to keep at hand a medicine for use in such caBeBOfFor this purpose there is nothing so Chamberlains Colic Cholera and arrhoea Remedy W E Doswortbor hatLFayetto Ala says In Juno 1000 had a serious attack of cholera morbus and one dose of Chamberlains Colic Colera and Diarrhoea Remedy gave relief In 15 minutes For solo by Craig Hocker druggists Swedens last census records the est death rato yet attained by a ctvl ed nation During tho 1000gearonly averaged 10 49 per LANCASTER WednesdayATuesday night Jna I Hamilton has engaged his hogs for November delivery at to Miss Jessie Doty was itTheorganized n society at Antloch last Sun day Tho Ladles Aid Society meets Sa urday afternoon with Mr Margaret Robinson The potato orop la again very un nodlarger than marbles A party of Lancaster fishermen visit ed Kentucky river tbo first of the week and returned with a huge oat flab Its weight somewhere In the neighborhood eing about 10 pounds Mrs Sara Crowleys death is report ed from Lexington at tho age of 75 years Mrs Crowley was a near rela five and a frequent vleltor of the Hop per family of this city J A Beaiteyt fire young sorrel horse under training at Burtons eta ble became unmanageable while being driven to a oath and completely demol ished the vehicle and harness A twoetorybrlekdwelllDgaodstore room combined soon to bo erected on the Wotbam lot on Campbell street bye J T Williams The residence apart ment will be located on the second floor A largo court day crowd took dinner with the ladles of tbo Christie Aid Society and added to their coffers to the amount of e55 The general ditto tion of affairs was under Mrs W A Price The recent cool spells have been die estrous to vegetables some of tbe rest dents of the river valleys reporting their beans entirely killed Okra and other tender plane wore much Injured by the late cool snap The marriage of Cyrus Doty the 18 year old son of Cbas Doty late of this county but now of Lexington Is cur rently reported here Mr Doty Is a telegraph operator and ble marriage la quite a surprise to his family Tbe peculiar weather of Wednesday in this locality was commented on by all A terrific and almost burning gale blow all day very much llko the Kan sas winds and terminated In the eve sing In a severe electrical disturbance The Garrard County Medical Soolety will hold Its monthly meeting hero at the Hotel Garrard this evening and the following essayists will furnish tbe program Intersuieeptlon of tbe Bowel Dr J O Carpenter Stanford Hysteria Dr C E Poyntt of Paint Lick TyphoW Fever Dr W M Elliot Bryantsvllio The vocal contest given hero Tues day evening was a success under the direction of Mrs J C Hemphlll tbo gross proceeds amounting to 20325 Tbo judges woro Mosdames Rankin of Stanford Keene of Madison and Mr Joe Ireland of Danvlllo The winner of the first prize a diamond ring was Miss Llllle Leavell of Bryantsvllio who twice In len than a wcokjI time hoe been tho victor in a competition of 11 contestants The winner of tho sec Dad prize a gold medal was Miss Gon zolla Byrnes of Selma Ala A pretty pantomime was furnished by a Stan ford quartette while one of tho catchy selections was a song 0 Those Drea my Eyes by little Neal Stlllman of Louisville Mr and Mrs Hugh Mason of Chica go are guests of Mrs Elisabeth Mason Misses Cooper and Camnltz of Lincoln crusty havo been visiting Miss Anglo Klnnalrd Tbe Misses Williams of London arc with Miss Theo Homphlll MIllS Bottle Sparks of this vicinity la attending the Lexington Chautauqun Mra J B Paxton and children of Stanford havo been with her mother Mrs Aleck Robinson Mr Milton El llott of Mayfiold Is tbo guest of his brother Dr Elliott Mrs Oliver Hunt er of Nashville Is visiting Mrs A H Rico Mrs Dan Hemphill of Nloh olasvlllo attended the vocal contest Mrs M L Anderson has returned from a several months stay In Lexing ton Miss Nannlo Gaines Danville via relatives hero Mrs Bright and daughter of Stanford have been tbo gucata of Mrs J C Thompson Prof JC Maanlx and family arlvcd Tues day tIn Florence Harris Is visiting In Louisville Mesdames W C and R G Price of Danville attended tho vocal contest Mrs Cleo Drown of Stanford was hors o Tuesday what does a bad taste in your mouth slamDluchILiver Tablets after haying once used them They cleanse and invigorate the IIItomacb and regulate the bowels For ksolo at 23c per box by Craig hooker druggists rIDgIDqeiand Judge Gully K 8 i BrHi == V = = a VIGOROUS VALVES s iy In Summer Flannels Homespuns ijandSerges s 4fiTit 5OO TO S1OOOEL Get into one of our Thin Summer n Suits and be Comfortable 1 ri tIl l tMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and RepairingI rJS Your money back it youre not satisfied I lPi IT T Ii miLLER Danville Ku I =t l = Grand Clearance Sale t jt Great Reductions in Prices Li THE SALE IS NOW ON greatlyreduced 1 doorto k1 Call and see how much goods will buy i 7 C Rosenstein Co J STANFORD KY R OIL STOVES H There is something brand new on the mallettin the way of oil stoves and wo have it1It is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove ii This store is absolutely safe and reliable andwo will guarantee it to baked tf 1 your broad just ns brown as you wont it in a very few seconds It sores 11CallHiggins a 1 STANFORD KENTUCKYII I AT COST FOR CASHHt 11f u j ri DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS j r CAPS UNDER WEAR IV GEORGE H FARRIS CO i tst6 siiCI dCI rA preparation forje radicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sura cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injuryjto health or clothingIAH the ingredients fire perfectly Charmless Prepared by W Ba McROBERTS PHARMACIST lt STANFORD KENTUCKY t THE INTERIOR JOURN L1J 28 E c WALTON W P WALTON- It a Candidate for RaIlroad CommlnloDn for the 3d Putrid lablect to the will of the democracr H H HENNINGER Of wTreonr lublcct to the action of the Democratic rrty G G GILBERT 01 SbribjTllleil a candidate for the democratic nominal Ion for Congma In thla the 8th dlitrlct subject to the primary to be held Saturday Aug 9 TOE following sent from Somerset would Indicate that all Is not lovely the republican camp Hon Ed Park cr and Hon Vincent Borelnp candidates for the republican nomination for Co gress In the Eleventh district spo here to large audiences Mr Dr assailed machine politics and was es peolally severe on Chairman Cooper whom he accused of unfairness When he concluded Mr Cooper replied A spirited colloquy ensued in which the words liar and scoundrel were freely bandied culminating Parker hurling a glass with great force at Cooper Ho was prevented by a bystander from fol lowing It up with the pitcher The epI- sode created great confusion and the meeting broke up In disorder Mr Borclng had a packed house and an en thusiastic audience in the afternoon OWEN Mcl and Ralston two wellknown and wellequipped newspaper men have leased the DaD villa Advocate and will take charge July 1 They are both experienced newspaper men and we predict the will continuo to wake the Advocate on of the best and brightest newspapers l the State Mr McIntyre has been with the paper for a year area and Ralston did good work on it for eom months We wish the young gentlemen unbounded success In their enter prise A CIIUKCH choir at Jersey City Is proving that there can be concord among the members as well as of sweet sounds There were 10 singers eight men and eight maids in the choir of the Zion Lutheran church of thattown Six and six have been married one and one are to be married next week ono and ono are engaged All married or accounted for The trouble about such an arrangement however is that the choir will for obvious reasons soon nave to disband rUE Virginia republican State exec utlve committee has decided to leave to the district committees the decision of the question as to the desirability of naming candidates for Congress In the several districts of the State but Is understood to favor the making of com Inatlona in most if not all of them which however will merely be for the purpose of keeping up their organlza tlon A republican has no more show In the old dominion than a snow ball in hades PENSION COMMISSIONER WARE recently received a letter from an Ohio man who said he was getting a pension- of Is 830 per month but as the Lord had prospered him he thought he ought to relinquish It Mr Ware wrote to a special agent In Ohio about the matter a and In a few he days received this re ply I have found the pensioner He Is In an asylum hopelessly Insane Of courie he no eaoe pensioner ever gave up his graft est MAINE republicans keep their Con gressmen In office till they die or resign which Is seldom or never All four have just been renomlnated by ac clamation Vermont republicans have also renomlnated their two members who are the next to be chosen to the new House to be followed quickly by the representatives from Mane Then there will be a rest In election of mem bers until November THE allsummer campaign In South Carolina began last week There arc 35 candidates In the democratic race for State offices In South Carolina and 32 of them were present and took active part In thIS first public meeting of the campaign THE Memphis Commercial Appeal tries to find consolation in the following and Is welcome to all It gets as far as by Kentucky is concerned The three winners in the American Derby were bred at Lexington and trained at Mem phis ON account of the critical Illness of King Edward the ceremonies attendant to his coronation have all been Indefinitely postponed The royal patient i was some better at last accounts on THE amount of Insurance carried on I King Edwards life Is 124600000 Of this the King has a personal policy of 13600000 The rest Is carried by outsiders r THE Central Records new head Is an Co Improvement It would be hard to Im by prove on the paper any other way how everOhio James nominee for Congress In the First district was given a banquet at Lincoln Neb while there to see Mr Bryan 1POLITICAL JAn extra session of the Ohio legis laturo seems certain Nadaud Is said to be running a got d race against Gooch In the Sixth dU trlctThe State populists have issued a call for referendum nominations for Con gresslonal candidates The republican appellate convention at Leitchfield nominated the Hon B L D Guffy for judge of the court of ap peals without opposition The dispute over the Isthmian Canal bill was ended by the House conferees accepting the Senate measure provld leg for the Panama route In his report to the Sonata Secrete Root places tho cost of the war In Inthe Philippines at 3170326588 whichI does not Include the 820000000 Indem city paid to Spain 0The democratic members of the k0House will hold a caucus tonight to consider the tariff and trusts with a view to making these subjects the chief Issues of the Congressional campaign Both tho populist and democratic State conventions at Grand Island Neb nominated W II Thompson for governor The populists had nominal ed W J Bryan but he declined to ac cept The platform on which at Leltcbfield today Judge Gutsy will bo placed for reelection will be Incomplete unions It contain a plank reaffirming his Judicial opinion that the Jim Crow car Is a good thing for his colored fellow citi sens Loulsvlllo Times No Cuban reciprocity treaty can be submitted at the present session of Congress It has been learned that who treaty must be sent to the Cuban Sen a authoryto n Conegrate Postmaster F Clay Elide of Lexlng Conistare and will not the ticket against Mr Trimble as has heed suggested Mr Elkin shows his good judgment In declining to make the race Ho would hardly be second with two In the flght- President Roosevelt the guest of honor at the Harvard College com mencement received the honorary do gree of LL D and made an address In the course of his remarks he paid high tribute to the oQlclal acts of Civil Governor Taft of the Philippines Leonard Wood former governor general of Cuba and Secretary of War Root William J Bryan gave out a state meat In Lincoln la reference to the rett cent speech of former President Clove land at the Tildea Club dinner In New York He says there Is no such thing as harmony where Mr Cleveland Is concerned He arraigns the former president severely and In closing says The fight is on between a democracy that means democracy and a Cleveland at Ism which means plutocracy ItDMr Waltons vigorous protest against the machine operations In the Second Railroad Commissioners die tract dues not seem to have had much effect In his own fight for fair play but be something seems to have impressed thep machine managers In the First that It time to call a halt In the slaughter aspirants for democratic nominations a There will not be a snap convention a year In advance of the election to name successor for Mr Dempsey though there have been two meetings of the district committee evidently called fort the purpose of following the example set In the Second district In the interw of Mr McChord Louisville PostD ttTHISKing Edward continues to Improve hla Ed Baxter of Madison Is dead of consumptionrMt Sterling wants the State encamp moot of the soldier boys Joseph Hartlege of Jefferson county A died from eating cucumbers the The wets won In a local option and election at Trenton this State The militia was released from fur Ither duty at Pawtucket R I John W Gates Is said to bo ambl tious to become a racing magnate Mrs John Littlepage of near SeVi bree blew her head off with a shotgunS A Bessemer steel plant to 000000 is to be built at Youngstown Ohio Near Brownstown lad Geor e and brothers were killedA lIghtnlDgoBob Goaklna residence one mile from struck rains and destroyedViGeorge Hays and Henry Wells Ne roes were arrested In Burgle charg in LouisvilleMAnthony S Sucman the bank casher a He at Newport R It who shot himself account of a heavy thortage died of InjuriesA killed a number of perhi sons Injured and a property lose of OI 1500000 was caused by a tornado which struck Marfotta OhiomManager Hunter of tho Telephone l at Russellvllle was shot four times go W H Elder In the Forest House attb that place dies charged by HunterpIat Sundayschool teacherWhat will become of the man who caters to his U body and neglects his soul Bright pupil Ho becomes too fat In IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES In a fight at Richmond Luther Oil ver seriously cut James Black Finis Baker aged 50 committed sul clde by hanging in Adair county Jeff Strunks attempted to board a freight train at Alpine below Somer set He was drawn under the wheels and both teat cut off The large farm barn of William Canada near Jamestown burned to gather with two horses a large quantity of hay corn fodder and other pr ducts Lou about 91000 no tneuranc- Messrs Herndon and Burnett of Lancaster have purchased the Barnes farm oo Rlcblaod creek for 840001 This tract which contains 03 acres Is leased by the Atlantic Pacific Oil CompanyAt James Branbam met John Settle and covered him with two pistols Ho had a grudge against him Settle thinking Branham we going to shoot shot him In the ey with a shotgun which ho was carrying Branbam will die Settle was arrested but afterward released At the home of Mrs John Embry In Lexlngtonwhcro she had been visiting Mrs Nannetto McKennon aged about 31 committed suicide by taking car bollo acid She was the wife of a prom meet cattle dealer of Paris Texas and had been married less than ayear Mrs McKcnnon was the daugntor of Dr M C Heath of Richmond I Ryan China Ryan constitute a company recently formed to bore for- olliD Mercer county They have secured lenses on 12000 acres of land that county They have contract with a company from Lima 0 16 sink well on the Shakers farm near Pleasant Hill and drilling will begin as soon as the machinery arrives The Ryan i are oil experts and they say all Indlea tlons warrant the belief that oil la abundance will be found In Mine county lion James D Black of Barbour vlllo who Is In Louisville talks to a Courier Journal reporter as follow- I d1e01 believe Knox county will be one of the great oil producing sections of the country said ho Numerous good wolls have come in within the past few weeks 011 Is being found In abund r anon and the prospects for richer well good For a time the excitement among the citizens of Knox county died down to a certain extent but It has revived and one can hear nothing but oil More companies are being organize d tad more capital Is coming In Every for one has confidence In the field and Is apparently no doubt about the 0 county being the true home of the oil- S t HUBBLE M Spoonamoro hat hired O H Goodsaw of Lancaster to paint his dwelling Elder A R Moore will fill his pulpit the Christian church Sunday alter at 3 oclock- D N Prewltt was gathering lambs sere this week at file L C King sold Wood at 1325some corn to George Wheat Is better than It was thought to before harvest began Sows and jigs have reached the lOc a pound market here now At that price Old Ned will press down mighty heavy on mess of beans Miss Annie Perkins has returned to her home in Garrard after a few dare visit among us making everybody hap y the met Dr Hickles health ery bad since he came home from Louisville E T Miner In Louis Ille on business Miss Katie Moore Is lying her sister Mrs Wm Curry and community a very pleasant visit amen Griffin of Lexington Is among relatives here for a short time Do- S Purdom and wife of Mt Vernon ado their friends hero a pleasant call last week Mrs Amends Davis of Mt Vernon Is visiting her niece Mrs J Hammonds Everett M Stone of I J office gave us a pleasant call Is took In tbe Ice cream supper Saturday night Everett Is a good boy and- o want him to call often CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at lllow Grove Schoolhouse at 330 today afternoon The fifth Sunday meeting at the W Baptist church Saturday and Sunday promises to be a most Interesting ono splendid program will be carried The Second Presbyterian church of Louisville has called Dr Neander oode of Memphis to Its pastorato r Woods formerly lived In Mercer countyRev Martin Owens will preach at t Morlah church Saturday afternoon 3 oclock and Sunday morning at 11 hopes to have as many ol the older CO members present ae possible John Alexander Dowie who calls meolf Elijah II is building up a code e the minor morals for his faithful followers In Zion City They must If oil per an be copious of whiskers even as venerated prophet Is They must to bed at 10 r M They must give Wo o greeting Peace to thee lit and an er that greeting with Peace multito led to thee As Elijah II has been war during all hs reign In Zion City and Is continuously discharging eplco chetswould be a more appropriate salutation his kingdom Lexington Democrat jij ii 0i i e je ti Te t el jiaerrr lia H 1e vJiot Weather Bargains Se l j I THEe r 11 GRAND LEADER ij 25 dozen Ladies Sailors worth 4Sc this Ilno lino Umbrellas 80c COo 750 up to 8 3Iisas tT week 24c Mao stripe hoo worth 25c this 10 dozen boys anti young nions Straw Hats week 12ic t efiuest split braid worth up to 100 choice Mans 8170 Hat special tills week Ole this week S5o- lions fine Suits worth 819 tin week 708 e Mens Cloth Shoos leather solo nUll heal 95 poire Kid Oloves damaged nod tried on price 1CO this weak 08o pair goals worth up to 8150 special IGc pair i Mona fiuo Ton Shoos worth tomnt 148 900 Ladii Ileady to Wear Street little j Fine new lino Taflbta Kibbona in nil colors worth SI S1Sli and SltO choice to chore I3c 1 New lice Velvet Ribbons all widths Lathe fine Show worth 8150 spraial OSo rte ti t 1ti The Grand Leader I t b Manageredz fti i i i i f I Si j Si j iiS 0 haraZaaer N e e e U rir irei i Marshals Salo for City TaxIs TIM tollewlBf rent MMIe will be etrnd tor Nibllc sale to Un hlghwt and best bidder M tmy ally taiM an woe fur the TMr and coat of cellttttoa Wedoimiay Jay bufore M cosrtbowe door la Stet ford for cwh IB hand to wit Abe CartrSI tI9 Green Helm 1110 HnrrUoa l1t It O JONES City Miirhu LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route KnlRliU of ITthlu Paa FraactM Citl llU llnwt train service In the world Low rate ticket good on all Hatted trains the above oaeationt- Be tare your ticket read via the Queen Orescent Route and get good orrlco Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean hails splendid table Ererr thing first clean rotten meet all trains 8- 0ERDILLEHAY DA1TVZLLE STM- annfacturerot BPICKTAnd i Lime Cement o o Write For Price CBG LGXffiGTOn D8mOClRltC the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year- It li especially devoted to the Interest of the Democratic party and gives all the now without fear or favor P Walton Editor 5 Mgr Lexington Ky GOLDEN WEHLTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil TOE GREEN RIVER DEVELOPMENT has commenced operations on the Dr Morris farm ono tulle from the Baugbman well running day and night A big well Is expected nangbman well bus been by expert ell men who law It balled to good at least 100 barrel day and of high gravity Illuminating a oUbl character aro far more valuable than a gusher All of our holdings have then carefully selected and wo confi dently expect some wells In near future now offer a limited number of thetas for onto nt a share t tho par value Is eI 00 a share full and non asseasablc ltu- qdaydon t delaywhen we get a big well this stock will be advanced and prob ably withdrawn from the market without S3 shares U the smallest block the mpany will issue Remit by certified eck or postofllce orLu or call on Gray General Manager Crab Orchard Ky or W 9 Foutx Sacra wary and Treasurer Blucfleld W Va I ANNOtTNdEMIENTIhaving II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs tSterling Silver Novelties c it will interest you to look at theo goods alai fled out the prices Doing n strictlynosh iHMiues WITIIOIT rxrKiTiV en II runsidcrrdlfopniring I Ifailed to got your watch or clock fUllCtlIflAirotJ bring it to IT wUI MUELLILRI I About Long LivedPaints n P If you get hold of poor paint it will bo n year or two you find out that your money and labor have been heforoIwanted Tho tartly discovery will not lesson your lion any Mako yourself cectiro by buying a brand be euro of Mastic Mixod Paints are strictly high jwilh8tnnl1s Pennys Drug Store StanfordI ee LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ee CAPITAL STOCK 60000s t Directors Ollicers9nceeuorsTrust and under SIIANKIJ I JDOIler SOLICIT YOUR BANKJ D OWSLEY 8 H Shanks ACCOUNTCaehlerW 0 Walker Iloplne such builnos relations willWprove mutually beneficial M IIHIQIITAsst OeoJ W Carter First National BanksfKy Capltul Stockt 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of In 1MB then reorganized as tho National Bank of Stanford In 16C3 and again reorganized as the First National Dank of Stanford In 1862 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It is better supplied now with facilities for transact log business promptly and well than ever store In Ita long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited t Officers J 8 HOOKER Pret J J MoUOREKTS Cur W II WEAKEN Bkpr Directors 1 F Reid Lincoln Co S T Harris Lincoln Oo J S Rocker Lincoln Oo CoJM D Elmore Stanford StanfordT yJW P Tate Stanford TRUSSES y OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT VERY REASON ABLE PRICES Craig Hocker STANFORD T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL hSTANFORDa In milD your proscriptions wo uio Votloninot do better It yon paid ui doublo tbo price which always rcaaonablo Pen I nye Drug Store PERSONALS MR Otto SMITH of Lancaster wai hero yesterday JOG BECK Is back from a Loulivlllo dental college DK A S PniOB li again wo are lorry to report MIss MARY VARNOK went to Lox logton yesterday OEO C KULLEII Jit of was over TueldayDMiss MARGARET Ilocicnu wont to lit Danville Tuesday to visit relatives OBOROB D FLORBNOB was in Mt Sterling this week I RKV K D MAIIONY went to Lox lngton WedDedaycJUDGE W B VAUNON was In LoxD WedDesdart attended tho Chaua this weeka r I JuIsMiss JBSSIB MuLtiAN of Manning S 01 with Mr S ML Rankin MR SOOTT tAitius ono of the land marks of the Cat sod dangerously DK GlIAS nAXVIBLLH Of Zt Louts lUll Joined hit wife at Dr Staeia Bat lays M RB PANNIW aKII Ot Portmolitb anbt UveLI Xu BISHOP aid G M Slltr of LAoL r vaster pawed tkrovgn to Palaikl JPM unlay i Mimas MAlMII Rrcsouw awl Orah Warren wars bare shopping t Tsetday MRB R P STKPHBV6 of DaaWl was with her daughter Mrs Eo L Roint art M86DAMH6 W n PtttNY nod Ourt nit Gillette of Danville are with retaI bareg GOODK of Indianapolis Is Igs old friends here by a rlilt to them MRS NANNIES SAUFLBV ntteaa the Hdueatlonal Association at LoxloJJ ton this week I MR II D GRBOORY of Covlngton I has Joined his wife and children at JUdgo Ualloyt Crnr yesterday from delightful house par ty at Gynthlana MR D G BREED chief operator of I tho Western Union In Louisville was here Wednesday TILE Tennis Club will bo entertained this evening by busses Nell and Jo exsephineMR CHBNAULT WILLIS and wife ofC Crab Orchard Springs were down terday UcrDOODIMR AND MRS W E WALLACE of Blueflold W Va are with his broth er J W Wallaco Miss JEAN WARREN of Danville i arrived yesterday to volt Misses Nell and Josephine Warren MR A F CLARKE of Tennciseohas rented ono of Mr M D KIrnores cot Cages on West Main Street aMRS W T MERRIMEE who has been visiting Mrs O J Nowland rcI turned tq Llvlngtton TuesdayISUIT GARLAND SINGLETON was not inwelltlonal Aksoclatlon at Lexington A NU1tDnn of Miss Sarah Daugh manlrlendsuaurprhed her Wednes- dayb evening and she made them allI havo a good time MR J R WILSON and wife of Ca soy were hero Tuesday having btllI printed for a picnic they will viva at Ropa Mill on July 4tt MR N n pr 0cant scrlptlon clerk at Pennys drug store has been sick for several days ROBERT Y BALLARD 000 of tho INTERIOR JOURNALS beet South Etfriends was In to see us Wednesday PRESIDENT R fl BKONAUOHOI the Crab Orchard Mr was hero yesterd feeling good over the prospects for fine exhibition Miss SCSIE SAUNDERS left yesterday to visit her brother Walter Saundors t at Dronham Texas Miller Saunders accompanied her aa far as Lexington Miss ETTA BELLE ROOT who Is ono of tho graduates has our thanks for an Invitation to the closing exercises of tho McCowon Oral School at Chicago LEN PARSONS formerly of thlc county la going oyer tho branch a trip or so preparatory to tog a position as passenger conductor Miss MATTIE BEAZLEY of Crab Or chard and mother Mrs Alex Iloszl err have boon with Dr W S Bcazley and family for a tow days Central Record WE unintentionally omitted tea name of Mrs Annlo Davison In mention of the Beazloy contest S quartetteaanddldI her port well as she always docs MR H R CiMNlTZ wife Mrs Bar ry Lockrldgo and Misses Edna and Camnltz of Dustonvlllo attended t vocal costae at Lancaster Tuesday night Miss Dot represented Huston vlllo and many thought she should have gotten ono of the prizes MR JOliN KEEOAN went to Marietta Wednesday MISSES MYRTLE AND ROUERTA OBANNON entertained last night ID of Misses Thompson Williams Dakar of Mt Vernon It was a pMISSESy delightfully entertained a limited of their friends loaf night In honor of their guest Miss Sarah Dan Tale of Paris Their hospitable country home Lynnwood was the scene J of much genuine enjoyment LOCALS You can find plenty of Lace Mite ID black and whlto at J P Jones weTHEroundtrip rato to Cincinnati Sunday AUCTION at Sevcranco Sons of stood again Saturday afternoon TllBL S N will colt roundtrip tickets at li fares July 2 3 and d good returning 8tb CoRBMEMIIERcert In the court house yard to evening DR KLIKAHBTH JACKSON ostcop physician of Mt Vernon will be the Springs Hotel Crab Orchard lit for the practice of ostcop 4t ITmagain breaks the record by bolas the Ont to bring roasting care to town Sh e roust have a hot house to start bar corn In TilC glorious fourth le almost berIand If Stanford people are going to cUi ything out of the ordinary that day had batter be making prepara TKg Danville Advocate will oblige In Lincoln county friends aad patron1 If t wilt Ittalade Hoetoovllla fair July 804 dogs In the list of fairs It je prlnllftg fly JACK CiltNN who has spent a goo jwrtlon of his ills on raw tracks say the Crab Orchard fairs rice track the best half mile one be over saw It Is 60 odd fact wide and kltreha pad HARRODSKURa will organize a com mercll club tonight That remind commoroleda1 some or asap Possibly It moved to Da vlllo with some of our good citizens thsaloonab Orchard next week Sid Is one of Stanfords clever young men an In dustrious tallow and as honest as t dope aro long THE colored Methodist church roof caught Ore Wednesday morning but Will Adams nod others living near tinguished the Llamas bolero the fit mpany reached the scone It dstartedItELEASED ON DOlDOeOrlo San dnsky the colored blacksmith under Indictment for breaking Into tho Lin cola County National Bank In Josue last was released from loll In 1250 bond Mr A M Ponce for whom San dusky works Is his bondsman FAIR PniviLEOKS Scaled bids for various privileges of tho Hustonvlllo air Association will bo received up ntil Saturday July 12 1002 Wo will also receive bids for lumber to bo used the erection of an amphitheatre etc up to July let 1002 Direct all com munlcatlons to WD hooker secy POSTOKKICE HOIIUEDTho poet if at Gilberts Crock was robbed Monday night of 40 or more In cash and stamps Entrance was effected throw gb window Bloodhounds from Nlcho lasvlllo were sent for and they trailed robbers to the Creole not far dl but could go no further Mr G T Ashlock la the postmaster at Oil generallybopoaro satisfied ho took what bo thought wore proper precautions to meaon CIRCUIT COURT All of the petit Jurors save the eight who were seta Pt cd In the James Dawson murder case were discharged Wednesday afternoon Jack Downey charged with forgeryi was released on his own recognizance to appear next court Tom GUI was given two years for stealing meat but waa granted a now trial Jesse Drown caught a 110 Ana for cutting and appro Llppetakmill got two years for stealing chickens frt Rev M P Morgan at McKlnnoy Z James Dawson murder case la on in earnest and most of today will bo taken up with it George B Saufloy andI Ashby M Warren represent Dawson shootingho his man wont to Dell county yesterday morning to arrest some witnesses In this case The Jury in tho Dawson case la as fol SpoohoW JO Crolghton J H McAllister S E Es WarrenDayldLafollett NEW Laces and Appllcai at John P Jones carrlaltoharoenoffice be un solo or rent for school purposes college at Hustonvtlle B J Pink arias StanfordCraWE have a lot of bay that we will sell at 30 to 05o per 100 Apply at once H Baugbman Co DEAlt In mind the II excursion to Louisville Sunday A special car for white people will bo attached STRAYED Black spotted male hog of about 160 pounds W J Gilberts Creek Ky 2t TUB books ara ready and you arc re yourdlfT WE have a good second head Deer log binder Deerlng mower and rake lajCohasGBOROElittle colored boys taught at the depot yesterday when the former was cut In the arm Trial SaturdayFifVOCAL CONTBST I will give a vocal contest at Waltons Opera Houw Friday evening Aug 20 at which 120 110 ti In gold will bo vitas as prizes J Alverion Bier nuTHEwill sell roundtrip tickets to Crab Or milegsteak with tree return privileges Tug United Brothers of Friendship will sire their annual picnic at Mr J S Hookers woodland on Friday Jul 11 Till booth privilege will ba aa1 at the U D P pall at 12 oclock Tue 9 day next fI WILL viva a vocal contest at Wai tans Opera HOUM on Thanksgiving sight at whisk IM in gold will be giv firslady vocalist B H Beaxley THKRB la hope that those who op pose and those who favor leaning bonds to erect a graded school building xl andIa wlC0II more then likely be accepted THE hitching dIced privileges and e restaurant privileges of tho fair will be sold at Crab Orc ard next Saturday afternoon 23th at 3 aleup e i these privileges ought to bring good prices ft ageby ShoasIa to the Legislature when the county was largely republican Ho was a member of the Baptist church and a most excellent old gentleman Jud Pettus was tho lather of hissers R rpovwe i an excellent father THE Central cord has this to say about a good citizen shakos just marl to another town DrIS Wesley a hoe hoe been In this clip for several has decided to return to Liberty to coin He Is a splendid physician has a lucrative practice but thinks can do bettor In Liberty Dr Wesley and his estimable wife have made ma n friends In Lancaster who regret to at them leave Tho doctor Is a spiced gentleman ani his removal Is quits a loss to tho community While wo deep iy regret hla going yet we wish him all BUCCCSB In his now field dsthe worst windstorms In many peg swept over the Flat Woods section of Garrard and that portion of Lincoln contiguous to It Wednesday night The storm lasted but a halo while but I was terrific and tho damage It did m cost a number of lives while many thousands of dollars would not pay f tbo harm done Tho homo of Rev Ira Partln was swept away and he was Be verely hurt aa was his wife and tbrco children and a gentleman who spending the night with him It la to ed that one of his children la fatally injured J H Thompsons bouse unroofed and David Thompson who was there badly hurt J H Della homo was damaged and a portion oft roof went with the wind Booth Sut tons homo and carriage house were wiped off tho earth and his damages Georgehoaway and tho Iron bridge on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike was turn ed over J F Thompson had his head tearfully cut during the storm and Jake Anderson a Negro has a broken leg as a result of It A cabin belonging to a Negro named Dunn was unroofed and his daughter had a limb broken by timbers that fell on her R C Dud dorars home was considerably damaged whllo fences crops and barns suffered fearfully Wm Lawaons sugar camp was totally wrecked It wag reported hero yesterday that ono of the Negroes had died from hla Injuries A GOOD rain fell this morning and still more la promised FAIR PRIVILEGES Cased bids for the various privileges of the Crab Orchard Fair k Racing Association will received up until 2 p M Thursday July 10 1102 Direct all commuolcs SecretaryCrab j MATRIMONIAL Mies Ella Hares of Lebanon and Mr Horace G Woodheadof Annlston Ala were married Wedoeedayi Allan Bradsbaw Fey of Washing ton and bills Margaret Ashby Lyle Danville trace made one yesterday Lewis Downey a widower of 42 and Mrs Arethusa Pollard a widow of 31 wero Joined heart and hand Wednesday nightWalter Wallin and Miss Emma Roberta popular young East End people were married at Mr W I Herrtns WednesdayTho of Miss Bessie Dun a lamella Danville beauty to W Strlngfellow of St Joseph Mo been announced The wedding will occur In October St Joseph Mich Is the Gretna for all the region round about ty couples were married there Sunday and tbo squires who havo congre gated there to tie tbo knots were worked overtime At Wilmore Monday Mrs Darnell 2ua swore out a warrant against her sband alleging that he bad kicked out of the koala and smashed her trunk This Is tbo couple that was In the band stand during the fair here It will be remember ed that they were married on Friday and that 13 friends accompanied them to thin laoeHarrodsburg Herald Maudea3 this morning at the Methodist par eonage by Rev J O A Vaugbt In the pretence of a few friends Tbey left on the noon train for Cumberland Falls where tbey expect to spend a few weeks Advocate Miss Pope won the st prize In Mosan Saufley L Alvcr seas elocutionary contest last week The toe man Is a patient chap 10DiDut strongdAt soda fount and kitchen And that bos only left a piece Of Summer to got rich In r CONSTIPATED BOJFELS shoutshhassle moved at least onto a day so that the poisonous wastes are expelled dai Iy Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main 81 Wichita Kas writes I have used Heroine to regulate the liver and bowels for the poet 10 years and found it are lrugBoreValuable Property For Sale My residence on Danville Avenue and two storerooms on Main street opposite court ltesldlncestorerooms are brick with nice roomer them one storeroom occupied by W n Mcltoberti at a drag other AddresaJBROWN 8 BROWN AttornoysatLaw 60b1ERSETadGoRoom 0 KY Will practice In all tho State Courts also la UnIted Stnlos and Uaakroptcp Courts remitteds ON THURSDAY JULY SI IMS It not sold privately I will offer for solo at public auction my two farms located end- escribed as follows thereof Shelby City This Is a nice tract of land dufrnblplncatedaadcoagenleattoschoolspostoNce cottage and a dozen or moro necessary outbuildings all In good co healthyeyterm Is ae l altered brJnob Lick Creek orlrnubbloarmgrass The buildings consist of a nice room cottage a largo and commodious tock 01xtermertattles stream There is an abundance of ThewTerms of sale will be 3f cash and balance to ono two or three years to cult the par arh0Further information can be had by calling KrIOco S SIIELBT Ponca Oklahoma t n a 1 1 J FOR THEees na JtjTHEi Latest Styles j 1utt I Cummins S McClary I n 8 fj J r 8j 7 iIit1J I80 yfidiisioCVlIt t IIK iatry0pat1 1 1 HI J f TRUNKSit tSV fW ii f ilIf Telescopes uta Dress Suit Cases 16V Hand Bags 4 e e J ra tlea mas any sze 1 tt oJ and style 1II I Itteet i s3I talIj I at tijtY j L ass at e re c eiac w Wtf1 Hot Weather Goods Dont forget our stock when in need of Laws Dimities Ginghams Lace r Hosiery Underwear Summer Corsctstii Duck and Piques for Wash Skirts Etcfj SUMMER SHOES In addition to our large stock of Shoes and Ox fords wo have a line of solid leather sole Canvas fi J Shoes which we are closing out at thcsepriccsH t We sell the Misses 11 to 2 at 75c We sell the Ladiea 8 so 7 at U 00 J We sell Boys Oxfords and Shoes at 100sWo sell Mens Oxfords at 100 3 Wo yell Mens Shoes at 125 it m Severance Sons New Store j ti GL EIm irJ t XXth CenturyUJ Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quan1ti-ty I of ice required for other freezorsIWATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO mjl O L CARPENTER W n WITHERS The Withers Furniture Co carries an extensive line ofIt Furniture and Carpets Wall Paper Window Shades c Wall paper trimmed and Pictures framed ar tistically They appreciate your trade + Withers Furniture Co iti THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Sntered n the ptotqfflce at Stanford at tconddati matter rwtsltsh0Tuaigq WaFtiQsq- ar 1 PER YEAR CASH gfWbsn not sopaUaaOO will ttchtrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 24 Train folnf North lttaam No 28 230am NoU II 50uth1I3mNo23 Tot all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 41t1 TM Stanford 1ts a m No trarriTwatSUnlonl 1laam No leaven Stanlord at 230 p m A S PRICE I Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OOMarrr UcBaberti Drag State la Us Owiloy Ball ling I R A JONES DENTISTStanford J Ky do McKlnncys Storm 1OlfceovccrHiggins No 48 W7NEW LIVERY STABLES w BUEEE z sm pms JUNCTION CITY KY PlratOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Otters his services as uotoinoor to tho people of Lincoln County lie will please both in work and price Write to him n MONUMENTSPUUEZINO White Bronze Is to atone In the monument business what the Improved drophead sewing machine Is to the or car la to tile old atago coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It la indestructible and will perpetuate the records and rooting place of ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted silver appearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorfer AgtO- RABOROnARD KY talc+ YJcG l Y tTNDE1t AXE1E- ltIBALl1IER 9 And DealoarIn IA1NESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky t DR R GOLDSTEIN- i Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Monday sad Way July 7 L- rNow U the time Dont neglect your best friend oyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Dont neglect your chUdren eyes apiece hours 0 a m to 5 p t i Soft Harness Yon can mate oar hag nM M ion M a glare and lu touch M liarualne EIllUKA nemm fill You ran lengthen Its llfo makall but twice u long M It ordinary would EUREKAHarness nukMapoorlooXInghar Ursa tine new pure heavy balled oil reclally prepared to withstand the weather lid erewheta s Made bj STANDARD OIL HCRUPLEY I The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call FOX S LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY ND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager CECIL S CKTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers o- fSO3DJL POPand all kinds of soft drinks Write for prices JH BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruces Old Stand Depot Et STRNFORD KY Now and Stylish Turnouts at Reosonabla Rates Attention to Travel- Ing Men Phone No 0- 6NOTICE The dtliens of Stanford and vicinity may well congratulate theenelTca on having at their till the balland Intrptely bred milk and butler hull Peter Cooper Iedre lot 6m by Teter Coop Pedro A J C C who was aired by the mat Pedro a J10U0 bull and ebampton wilier at tbe WorK Pair ills dare li Pedro Keatvtky GIrl with a better word of Iks and oi In Jiji and wliscr in the sbw rugs ilK Ire U Pedro Itoval Marjoram IIO a ton of Pedro ml the gnat Marjoram and her dam Is lUoUra Prcttr balk by Pedro of Linden KIM liv 1JIeeMootPearl 44I i tires dan IB bU rwUgrre for six teen geiaiaUaaa ba a recorded butter test Pita Ccoptra M was pure esd at a long price IIt- rcub therefore I aaatt save catb for loll Mrrleaa which have at tko iMifnlSoani sum W e6 padleekIN Walkar B McKliMy SUnfatil Ky Como and seo our handsome line ofd FASHIONABLL MILLINERY in the Postoflice Building on Main street Mrs Garland Singleton BEAZLEYHAKS Undertakers and- Embalmers 1L30 OBALK1J IK Furnlturc1tIatUnJ9RugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKYt E r0 ro e r- n s cI t w 8 i o 77WJ So q WCac eo = cn N Qo = q v drLU t 0 a Z 9gcII tIJI VArl c r tlOQ 01- 1O COo ntCIEo= oii a a tQ Ua ao LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Kansas farmers afo offering 250 per day for farm hands to help Rather tho wheat crop J R Lancasters farm of 204 acre two miles from Owcneboro brought tSo per acre at auction Nancy Hanks tho oxqueen of tho trotting turf has just foaled a hand eomo looking filly by Dlngcn Thorn Is a corn famine throughout most of tho mountain countlo and In many places tho cereal can not bo bought The price Is 81 a bushel straight Farris fc Denny of DauvlUc sold to a Loulsvlllo banker a pair of ouryear old bay horses for 81200 They were raised by Mr F Reid of this county and are by his celebrutcd stallion Dor soy Gotddust B F Saoders Bro sold a car load of cattle In Louisville Monday at 7c This is tho highest prlco paid for cattle In that city since 13S2 They have 40 more like them on tholr farm near town Ilarrodsburg Herald A R Sphaf bought at Mt Sterling court a pair of nice harness marcs for 8300 T I Davis bought at Mt Ster ling Monday a pair of nice chestnut geldings for 8350 W H Ltllard Bold to Indiana parties ono pair mules for 8210 and bought a pair from Richard Cobb for 8250 Danvlllo News The Hagin salo has closed Thero were In all 07 yearlings caalogued but only 52 were sold bringing a total of 8102350 with an average of 81003 W C Whitney paid 89600 for tho son of HamburgImp Rose Hampton Sidney Paget secured the bay colt by Imp Knight of tho Thistle Songstress for 57000 The bay colt by imp Rapallo Water Girl was knocked oft to Green B Morris for 85000 There were about cattle on the market at Mt Sterling Monday and prices were high and trado brisk A good crowd at the pens and nearly ev erything sold by sundown 800 to 1000 pound steers sold at 84 CO to 84 76 with two extra 1025pound steer at 6Jc yearlings at 41 to 4c heifers at Ii to Ic cows and rough oxen H to 3Jd A few sheep sold at 8312 for wethers 3c for barr n ewes Some 160pound hogs sold at 00 M J Farris sold to Winkle of Knoxville a car load of 30 mules at 800 W L Caldwell sold a mule oolt by Drlg nolla his premium Jack to Wm Rob neon for 875 Wm Robinson has purchased of Thomas Leo his farm of 00 acres near Danville on the Qarrods burg pike at IS 60 Collins Gentry sold 35 200 pound hogs to Ben Saunders at Harrodsburg to bo delivered the frat of August at Oto Advocate The popular Idea that the are of a horse can always be told by looking at his teeth said a veterinary surgeon Is not entirely correct After the eighth year the horse has no more new teeth so that the tooth method Is use loss for tolling the ago of a horse which Is more than eight years old As soon as the set of teeth Is complete however a wrinkle begins to appear on the upper edge of the lower eyelid and a new wrinkle is added each year so that to get at the ago of a horse more than eight years old you must figure th teeth plus the wrinkles A postal card Is not libelous says tt o court unless It can New York supremo be proved that tho offensive writing has been read by others than tho writer and the recipient Any other view presupposes that the postofflco clerks and others through whose hands a card may pass read It So postal card libels w11l be very hard to prove for no one In tho poatoBlce or out of It is likely to confess himself or herself a Paul Pry David Crosby Foster president of the Poughkcepilc N Y Savings Bank ts believed to bo tho oldest ac tive bank president In the country He has just passed his 03d birthday but Is at his desk every morning unless the weather Is very bad remaining until the bank closes at 3 oaloak Ho was first elected a director la 1860 and became president July 1 1877 BarberYourd next sirHair out1 Peppery Y 01 and here put this In your pocket for yoursel- fBarberThank you sir I dont often get my tip before I begin and I appro ciate PepperyI dont wont you to consid er that a tip but hush money Philadelphia Press You can not swear at or abuse anybody In the Japanese language The Is that heof anybodyworst you can say and If want to express Is a follow you your very very pointed IndUm lion you shout There there For biliousness use Chamber ains Stom neb do Liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bow els effecting a quick and permanent cure For salo by Craig Mocker druggists ShaI always understood that Capt Schlrk had quite a fighting record noso ho has He fights like a Trojan against any attempt to haven assigned to duty at the front Police CaptainSo you shot the dog Was he mad Officer GroganNo eor but th1 lea dy thot owned him was Send ID the amount duo this paperI Farm For Sale having concluded to quit farming I my arm of 1M acres on Mllledjrerlllo and Stanford pike His In good state of cultivation very Rood Improvement wol watered with never fulling springs cn In bet neighborhood In Lincoln county or further Information call on or write to W A Pcttus Mlllcdgevlllo Ky Fourth ol July Enter talnment To be given at tho Oak Drove flare Track on the O It Jones one mile WClt ot Yosemite ICy on Friday July 4 1002 The program will consist of an old time Fiddlers ContostBaso Ball Came and Cako Walk First prize f10 second 3 third 8S In fiddlers contests In cake walk first prlre Is 810 and tcond a 85 cako with competition open to all Admission Sic children over years lOc Refreshments of all kinds on the grounds Come ahd spend a nice 4tU of of shade trees for aU Those desiring to enter any of the nbora conl8l should to Jones k Keisay MaDage- rsYaslmltely E C Walton President U R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No lilea al tet In SU rdST rootallNU In Ike r I pntrtMeWtbiHrbMakdssboal Ud ir wail Sua Uy Prlee rain No tulava S7 seas i atlltt from hUn fora oa cef Mr1 KxMMtMek peril anil Ttranda tined less nil slip mlldlBM In prepair Cut la tilt laid well bowl 1e aorta la coltlTatlOD see lien la trait trees MM sallloit ht at oaiaitoatoatra sale at bargain a laid at basptn ONi a school and eh Price tl per aeft Land JOIDUll sees fIIr f If aDd lib ThUfeahaifilo No Hevae and M In SUstenl itaralas lee mows load liable said S aera tt toed wall fenced One of sadist building kit la town room enough In hoot fir two ether atta7Nor a to itorr front weld be balll to the cottage ha gad a brauUful he Wilt U hap ai tbt owner mud dare n on No 4Two story rae dweHIng rooms baU and rmnda noICrdf fiodnj and lionte lap repair For vie or rent Joke nawMWa NoineaI l la SUalWiL Thesis ii and treat lreh hood garden sod staUf OPW repair MltoIp No Hoses and Ut la StaroJ at9llali cows toed prdawteandsalkosss- ea e lr too S Fetr of Waarra tV arflw Irew 84M laid oo teualjr ra l It aarea w oaltlmltM ttI roMure t o l wchMdi and rat la tlsb r Two wall cuttairn Md bun aad ouikatMtSMa waU walerol aad laMint flaea ae U ban klat jwirirlc at 0111 la lodliBar lii led MMt have waey No 9 a lllna of at arm rrmiles uses Slaa lord bees pltt Ilb couaiy Sixty sense la wboat N IB own la lIb a In clover sad 1st In Ins blurcui If rat la alx SeMi well Me 4 well Hlai t oil edstrwedwUUpteod buRl sad owl building Frosts ptk olr tarM iurlwi ot aUt bath dwelnS teuac so Nke Plenty fruit trjjf at1 peugb ttrhn Ie rate SA pews A hi ueprss fatr and alr 2e rusks delve tar t eenntr seat Owner ol lot Sara edIbtrt Ibis bai recently rtfwtd 51l nacre wi eStt ibts at fl7 lie rarf Noll9 saes bad with meeinarT lai ia went rlk frr SuabMd Vwelllx baa as eaa i vaada tttill sad fwtk Last bare aMMl bouw ate VS waiereJ aa4ItMN and bulleUaffi la tdrepair Pete reaMtM- btNltlwaUla ids tnaai ball aid pe- ersryotbutI4ba 1 tarp t 0 list Jots roses eapi titenshelveI eta wait Ik dwanl a toraeMoi aloe ciatora and mil Mptm amall haekoTeMra ODe rdts from ttaatora Itnlld- hhatla and dwamnc origlDtly KM Itiw asd uses iTrllJ WUT both sir gain or will real w ail MfaratalT No IItalaero Ara tj mU of Crab Oftloard Ky Xrtrk dvallya rvoio two teaaal bouwa t n bares wcU aadtpHac aaar 4walllat Pare In MfbaiaU ot culilratioa 1st arre river IMIMB mt acnrlac fait sac rrlct M7M aa arr No l4lvarraaot taM os Laaraaur suet- ebOrbsM pnUebpriay Is gas N b prtraoeoK titefH Urge Mock bara abmttlaMti ot at rk waur I allleatbalMlai site la towa 1rlta No 1AA alee ce4taf aad Ut w Laaoulat Hmt SUnbrd raaiae d ttstara eta Uatt S1MB wUI a U tm 8t Na K anspec54lJ la MaJUea Maly KJ sllosSwlb atmeed ant t rlks fruII haws Frig terepit lid 1rdT erN read knw atM CeL Msed- sfir Frawe baII legs steak bars kllMdWJlIIIII sringsla be oaunty for the aooey per acre No 17A farm of IS arm near Httil n Ule Dwelling of light room ball veranda etc Oa tenaat huNtook barn large tobaeeo bun and other outbuilding Cistern and aeod welt In tbe- anl and water In e ery naM the place Farai cut In wren a4di and IIntclalllalld No MYalll1 of ISOsrrea situated near clog Tllle Ky eo arm rulllirallvD at In 1I1I11Nt ln raMwrll alor outbuCdlBft coal rpairjiweUlegresparann If new la w thin ants Kbool atalfica and C dtIJt Property lira en awl aunty red and a lhe tent oIMirallle iarm la that aeottoa Wa will sell the whole lor tJ or la parrels of Mt less than M arret to Mltpurrhater This II millal ebeap property Walll4eburlOtIIllnone land la ftwa rtfhbsehoodckN to echo Iongeedroad Vila e700 NolJA Fur otlf acres In Ideal county TbrM peed dwalllBfi I good birei aad slap balUlngi eaah bouse Faro etc about the ornlrr tt let Kin All on evenly road yt ails from ehurch Kbool and n all well watered Thla k a rend abseabrut and would mil two or tbfte faatllln that mtabt want le come from the aatua neIhkwlloOO 1nre reaaat Me No HA tarn of Mrs In Oaaty eounty Ky On and oMluK ttt dwIUag wlilt lz noaa good barn aDd 4br MtballdlBfa 6 xty lens nlUTMtoa 45 acts la tlbr frill tuna elc Lija well oo county realolae M cburctaa eel etc lric only Seta re MFarai ot US serea la Covey Two itary fraoM dwelllag two good cars and etbei oulbtUldlnfa la r Hptmiild tobacra laad ad la awry A bargain at MM re7 iuofliaena In ntT A new two story roaai taro dwelfbig all eld lItlllltlla lair lOdltc ltara other etiMlldlog county rod pbodid VabaMe laad well watered two wella iptlng etaLbs li a d slrabl how Pita IIM No 1IIIlInJ sera near Pleasant r4nl Kr Fritn hove ruoss and posh Bun anti otae outbulklinn lens In cultivation nt lie Ur Well wa tee ed tad yardi her pdMffiecfMbool aoJ ebureb1 byawellenpit end uunlty We bare buyer furtOor100sire farm sltaatud from one to tbrc tolls from tows AIio buyer for about 100 acre alluated from one to wile frera town with or without IniprOienicnU Alto a buyer fur an 4 to 810 000 first close to town No IS Four house and loci In Rowland Ky- s3rlc 1100 each No IWJ acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Twoilory houM 0 rooaii halITeranila 12 acres iplendld land adjolnlnzjn Stanford Prop erty In goal re lr water sad In huute cu tern atdnor Ilesutlful boiue 1rlc No 21A dot clam restaurant stock ofgroctrlea and a NOlwufountain The ulDlnr fix tune bakery and kitchen good are la splendid ahap This Is the inoat popujar resort In town No competition ly calling at our otllce you can IIn out what the sales average which are large nd splendid profits This li a great opportunity forsoiu en r tleperion The proprietors only season for selling U tbat be can not stand the eon ttnement llelng the only confectionery In a town of with thickly settled rural Itrltt atodnwfromonennreadllyacelhat flu a liDo chine to tasks molleJ lor the amount of capital Invested It Is once the best Ing builntaa In Kentucky Writ or tome touandg fur lime No 22 llourofareroornaporch ono acre of around sad good stable One mile rom town lree tO- I1ont Take c aaravaaae sTheytemporarlly by cure agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the Internes execute their natural functions e E Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics II compels continual Anu increasing doses to attain the results r jJ acts on the iiMalarial cures Chills e and Fever and every form of Bilious Remitting and nter by going to the seat of tho trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER roTTLB MENS FINE SHOES My stock of Mens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew Sclby Invincible Shoes Every pair fully guaranteed Twentyone years handling shoes Our millinery stook is complete Give us n call the CAxavVs AJDVxfceXer Sm ofixjim HUSTONVILLE KY 4CARSON PENCE f- D DKALKHS Iy Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy composition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes This beautiful 14k SO 5e aeY 151I101JtWhen wnntimg Drilling In see aew besntlful tUaffi we have handtome Mack our Jlurrnr te of ono eountryWlHln repaltIDCMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company a OF STANFORD ICY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Eaoh Share 1J Full Paid and NonAssessableQK- FICHM J II Bsughman Pros A T Nnnnelley VicePros W H Wear cnTreasj II Holm Secy DJRECTon9W M Bright W II Shanks W 0 MoKlnnoy M S Baughmanj J II Baughman Tho Lincoln Oil Gas A Mineral Co hat about 3000 access of land leased in Lin coin county Ky The larger portion of lease Is contiguous to the M 8 Uaugh man farma portion In the neighborhood of Mayvood and Sugar Grove sections and still another Logans Creek One of the surost Indications of the of undeveloped obi lands is the result of ollorts at development on land adJoining None of he stook roservod by the incorporator eon be issuedu by them until entire amount eo reserved hit boon sold and when sold ovary dol Jar arising therefrom will be used in developing the companys holdings No or director draws a salaiy roro the oorannny or will receive any compensation bU time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of the company it rendered valuable by reason of the untiring elIortll of the oDlcon director The stock Is nonaitcHable and the private property of the stockholder is not liable for corporate It is incorporated under the of the State of Kentucky Its books arc open at all times to ltd and they aro invited to Its ofllce to receive any Information concerning the companys atlatra The bUllnOlA is being push ed with all the rapidity zeal powible that ii commensurate with safe business CLOSING OUT SALE Our entire stock must be closed out by July 15th We will soIl everything regardless of cost as we will lea e Stanford on the above flats anti will take none of the goods with us M Snyder Son Stanford TIMBER LflND FOR SOLE In order to settle tile partnorablpbudnoss- of John Bonta Jr and llontu baring died lest December wo will sell 2700 acres of timberland In Adalr coun t This land contains between 4000 and 6000000 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract ot land is close to tho famous oil fields of Wayne and Is exceedingly well adapted agricultural purposes All of Is In one It Is a bargain for some one For particulars apply to J O COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Hardln Harrodsburg or Oscar Bouts Faulkner Ky 1 our line dunt fall to the and In our llcmemher Mr a RTadoato this skirting value the officer for and debts and + CAUTION f Dont allow an agent or solicitor of ruby other company to induce you to Jlvo up or surrender your policy In the limn Dear In mind that agents and solicitors of other companies have no tight whatever to the possession of your lloui policy Therefore a sharp watch for the man who wants you to give up your limn oUcyand take ono In hl company It all Dlbanllou to you and OILV you Any disinterested man who knows Insurance companies will tell you there into none better and tow as good as tho HOME or NEW YORK And any man who fasks you to give up a llout policy for an other Is Moro Interested In the money he is to make out of Itthan be Is about your welfare Address or eaU on Jesse D Wenron Stanford Exclusive Agent tar Lincoln OarrardBovlO and Casey Counties Kentucky CI