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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 41902a 9 A M NO 34 11 w ENGAGED Marriage us very largely nn accident In cases tlo men or women set a standard of manly or womanly excellence- a and choose by it In most cnsei people become as the result of propinquity rather than because of any deep preferenceAnd happens that the upon the obligations maternity as thoughtlessly as abe on the marriage relation because no one hat warned her of the dangers she facesThousands of women become invalids for lack of knowledge of It is to this large body of women tat Dr Tierces Pavorl- tePrescription comes as n priceless boon because it cures womanly Ills Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries drains heals inflammation sad ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong sick women well Aner my lint tMt war lB+ writes In lord Wcwt of 1iwMllfpb KrwJertckCo V health was wry poor Ibt a loRe Ur ant W e1 tee I waa w boi4 pain down tp J aald hardly snore withoUt grant aferag- My baband tmr a battle of lr llrrcc Ph tr 1 nesty1lwa and a riot or bll MNUat- Idteaa wlUrta J aatd asdlreetnt In frday I mi ETMUy rtfferrd and now altar u4nr the nudMIn raonllM I seem to be entirely will I see why It U that th are w raspy MffWinc wowtn when then iresuch an 10raiy w r to tw cvnd I know your IKU nee ttte best HI the world Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets the fa 4 L vorite family laxative One Pellet n laxative two Pellets a cathartic dose h LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Cora King Phillip predicts M otnW wkwau B D HelueUw told 91 bogs to S Morc Q at hie r Jebn B Anderson toW aUot90oatlIe to J M Adauu at lie Rls isM Gentry of Doyle has 160 stores of wheat that ho thinks will av erage 90 bushels S C Olldreth told MaCbeiocy to P Hyao a look maker for 115000 John 1 A Drake bought High Cbanoellor from Cblon It Forsytbfl for 87600 Foe SALEAn extra nice Poland Chlaa boar three fresh cows with Ab erdeen Aogus calves and 10 high grade belters n B Crow Shelby City Kr FOR SALK Jersey sows good milk ers with yooig calves alto buggy and I surrey Address Look Dox 61 Stan lord Ky Will sell for cash or on time for rood nutei Automobiles with a speed of from one to eight miles an hour and capable of drawing four or five plow are now used In France for plowing and drawing heavy loath Tho machines consume petroleum and cot 12230 r Report from the great wheat and corn belt are that tbo lou to eropI from the long wet spell will approxi mate 17000000 The loss to wheat In t Kama U placed at 8000000 bushels The condition In the Northwest le crit ical A dry and hot July U considered as indispensable to the sating ot the crops Out of a flock of 65 ewes that were e grand on about 00 acres of wheat until about the lot of May Josh Jones told to D U Allen 84 72pound lambs at Go i and 16 fat owes weight 130 pound at 3o Juno delivery and 30 lambs weight about 76 pounds July delivery and has since cut from the ground the bottorop of wheat bo over raised U F Sll1vln told a bunch of fat hogs to D N Prewitt at Oio Frank Logan told a carload of fat hogs to Stowart Coyle at 0o They averaged 220 Ibe Shelby Tevla of Shelby City has been very oofortunnto with his doge recent ly During the past two weeks bo has lost 18 300 pounder from cholera and ho has 00 more of tho samo size which IlokAdvocatel Carnival and Kx I poaition Company with 212 people 26 horses 41 cote of scenery 12 car loads of paraphernalia and thrco military bands will appear at the Lexington 1Elks Fair Borso Show and Carnival 11 to 10 Inclusive The Do Kre kos are a St Louis Worlds Full at traction Automobile races arc also to bo given dally at tho Lexington fair Tllli BEST LINIMENT FOIL STRAINS t Mr F H Wells the merchant atI Park Long Island NY says I DeerI recommend Chamberlains Pain thobo tllnluient lot strains I used it last winlor for a severe lameness in the tilde resulting from a strain and was o greatly pleased with the quick relief It- t effected For sale by Craig rk Hockcr I Druggists tJohDCrcaaeold someto J J at Ho AttornoyDid you see the plaintiff triko tho P Witness Ol did tori Attorney And was the assault com witted wIth malice aforethought P + Witness No tor it wor committed wlda mallet bcbolnd th car Judge NEWS NOTES jailTwoonto 123- 0Lexingtons new city directory gives her a population of over 10000 R P Stephen of Danville has bold his fancy grocery store to Rico Beogo State Senator O WHlckman was thrown from his buggy and bruised In a runawayA son of James Rice In Lawrence county swallowed a collar button and choked to death J C William Meredith died In War reD county after drinking whisky be lieved to havo been poisoned- L 13 Harrison president the First National Dank of Cincinnati and ono of the wealthiest residents of that city II deadA Kansas butcher pleads Immunity through tbo antitrust law from a meat bill duo the Cudaby Packing Co A census ofUce bulletin says tbo vdl uo of the farm property In Kentucky Is 1171016860 The number of farms is 231 0 7 Mrs Ullaabetb Jameson Reid widow of Judge Richard Raid of the Supe rior court of Kentucky la dead at Mt SterlingProf n mayo principal of the Henderson High School was arrostott charged with an attempt to burn the Hotel Henderson Dock Prewitt was shot and Instantly killed at Travlsvlllc Teen James Matthews Prewllt bad threatenedto kill Matthews on eight Tbo L ft Ns monthly statement of earnings and expense for May shows an Increase In gross earnings of 1333 420 42 and 111201 56 not J P Morgan A Co apnor oe that holders of more than 61 per oent of Monoo took barn accepted the otter of the L N and Southern Charley Wee a Chinese laundryman Is under arrest at Buffalo charged with criminally assaulting and murdering Mary Murphy aix yoar old girl It Is announced that Wm S Veto man late distributing olerk of the war department was a defaulter to the ex tent of 118000 at tbo time of his death Prod Drle known as the Human Bomb who makes a sensational bal loon ascension fell in Louisville and Injured himself so severely that he will dieThe committee Investigating tho af fairs of tbD Merchants Hank of New port following the suicide of Cashier Sherman retort that there Is a deficit I3MOM Sheriff A J Dullard and Under Sheriff Coburn of Roger Mill county Oklahoma wero killed In a battle with horse thieves while the olllcors were attempting to arrest them The Messenger Publishing Co of Qwonsboro Incorporated for 150000 an Increase from 16000 Uroy Woodson owns all but 10 shares which aro dlvld ed between D W Fuqua and J W Mobcrlv The L N tiled still at Frankfort to enjoin and restrain State Auditor Coulter few certifying or attempting to collect 3200031 of the franchise tax hill ol 951130 77 assessed against It for tbo yearn G Hamilton and W B Park of Youngstown O bavo been granted a franchise for electric railway lines throughout Havana The concessions obtained are estimated to be worth lZ 000000 Extraordinary precautions are being taken to protect President Roosevelt during his visit today to Pittsburg All anarchists have been ordered out of tbo city There will be no handshak log and no ono will be near tho presi dent except the reception committee It Is expected that the Spanish war claim of the State of Kentucky will shortly bo paid by the govorbment Capt O C Calhoun who la now In Washington will appeal from the do oUlon of tho auditor to tho controller ol the treasury In the expectation o receiving about 60000 for the Ken tacky soldier SAUFLEY The Sabbath school at tbls plane still continues n success under the skillful management of Supt Charles Lovoll Dr Morris our merchant and post master deserves tbo pralso and thanks of this community for being the leader In repairing our church which had been neglected so long Services will bo conducted twice a month and a pros perous church Is hoped for Mrs W E Dawes and children of Somerset aro visiting relatives here1 A T Martin was hero with relatives Hiram Drummett formerly of this NewportR MayMartIn CiultoJIIlaoldest lady ID our vicinity and always a Christian rendering to tbo wants of the sick wo hope for her speedy recovery BRODHEAD Taylor Mayfield sold a sow and 10 pigs for 60 this week Miss Ella Dunn I visiting friends In Garrard county this week Rev David Iloltzclaw ot Derea preached at the Methodist church Sun day night Tbo Baptist people of our town aro Improving their church property wltb amuchnccdcd now fence Dannlo Owens who has been travel log in tbe South for a few months Is at homo Be has been working for a picture company The most disastrous storm that has visited our parts for years passed thro this section last Saturday evening do log consldcrabla damage Miss Ellen Dutner of Mt Vernon le visiting relatives and friends hero She Is also talking and wrltlpg lIfo Insur ance E J Hamm is back in Drod bead Harry Vonbook Is on tbo sick list Miss Lena Grlflln ot Livingston the youngest daughter of G W and Re becca GrIBIn died at her home Tuesday morning She was ono of the belles ol Livingston and was a Christian lady Situ mado a profession of Christ when 11 years old and was 18 whoa she died She was one of the favorite grandchil dren of Uncle Ashley Owens MM Katie Owens of the Freedom neighborhood Is visiting Mrs Dannie Owens Fred Babn was In town Tues day Fred Is a hustler end Is making a good living Mrs James B Bamm of Diattyvlllc Is visiting relatives and old friends this week Miss Hcleu Farrls Is In town this week West Potts went to ICtonlUe this week- MATRIMONIAL John Howard aged 60 and Miss Sallie Bale 10 were made one In Leslie county Madame Teresa Carrenp was married In Uerltn to Arturo Tagllapletra her fifth husband Ho Is a brother of No2 M N Egnerj aged 76 Is suing for divorce In Loulsvlllo because his wife whip him without cause Joseph Chandler a widower of 2G and Miss Mary flame the pretty daughter of John flames were married WednesdayDr Drasbear a dentist of Mld dlesboro and Miss Luoy Colson a niece of Col D G Cohon were mar rind at London C D McGuffy a clever widower ot S3 and Miss Ella Daatln a popular Highland lady were married at the brides home Wednesday As a result of tbe marriage of Dunn Smith a conductor In the employ of the Lexington Railway and Miss Flor cane Ball tbe lady withdrew her suit for 6000 damages against tho Lexing ton Railway Co In which she alleged that she was thrown from a car and se riously Injured KINGSVILLE Business continues dull D M Crelghton Is still talking of having a widows ball His only trou bin seems to be to find a suitable chap eronKeaton Singleton and family bavo moved to Somerset Dan Reynolds and family aro occupying tbe homo vacated by Mr Singleton The recent hard rains while very much needed bavo done considerable damage It It said Howard Sweeneys corn Is completely ruined Mrs Frank Stull Is very 111 Slice Teresa Dunn has returned from a brief visit to Cincinnati Miss Mary Thomp son and sister of Woodstock have been guests of their brother Dr C M Thompson Miss Annie McKee Is at tending the Ohautauqua and visiting at Lexington Mr Robert Adams and wife of Lexington wero guests at the Ponnybaeker hotel Master John Cbawk of Somerset Is tbo guest of his aunt Sirs Pcnnybaoker Mite Lu cy Johnson is visiting Mrs James Roy at Frankfort I DANVILLE J E Wright is break Ing ground for tho erection of a reel dence on his lot In Allen Addition The Farmers Dark declared a dividend of 5 percent July 1st The Gltlicns and Boyle Banks each declared a dividend of 4 per cent A vocal contest will be given In the Danville Opera Rouse the 22d of this month by tbe Baptist Sun day School Advocate Tho announcement of the sudden death of Mr Joln U Miller of Lin coln county will cause deep regret umopg the many friends of that genial and bighearted gentleman hero In Gurrard Be was ono of the mot wide ly known men In the State and his goodjnaturo and happy conversation made him friends of all with whom became Iq contact Lancaster Record Cut this out and take it tc Craig IIock rs Drug Store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach fc Liver Tablets The best physic They also correct dls orders of the stomach Price 25 cents I LANCASTER ItsItage Improved by a blue coat of paint Hay rides are the latest social enter tainment devised by some of the young folksMr and Mrs Banks Hudson have rented tbe Kirby property on Danville streetA service was held at the midweek meeting of the Christian churchMr Buck and family will move to the cottage to bv vacated by Mr Banks HudsonRev J L McClung will preach at West Point schoolhouse on next Sun day afternoon A team of Richmond Elks and a LSD caster nine will play a match gamo of base ball this afternoon Mavor Robert Klnnalrd has issued an ordnance requiring all dOlts to be coo fined for a period of 30 days Tbe wheat crop of Lower Garrard is better than expected Yates Hudson reporting 23 bushels to tho acre J R Hill a Danville architect has secured tbe contract for erecting J T Williams twostory brick building T C Curroy is In declining health and has disposed of his grocery stock to R L Davidson and T C Currey Jr J S Haselden bought a borne from E Parke for STO Sheriff Lawson bought a horse from T Stlgall for I40 Mr and Mrs Samuel Haseldcn are moving from tbo suite of apartments over the hardware store to their reel dence on Richmond street Some of tbo leading cltliens are stub considering tho matter of a railroad and a number wore delegated to go to Danville to meet the R R magnates Robert Henry has telegraphed to his bomefolks hero that his business block as well as a considerable portion of the town of El Dorado Ark has been con sumed bv fire Miss Beesle Batson Is entertaining the following house party Misses Lil lian Bybee Richmond Chloe Baugb man Katie MershonandMvrtleOBan non Stanford Mr and Mrs G M Patterson gave a dining Tuesday In honor of their aunt Mrs Elizabeth Patterson of this county The guests were as follow the average ago of the six oldest being 77J years Mosdames Susan Anderson Blue Farrls B J Burnslde Dr and Mrs Evans T M Johnston and J G SweeneyA made a run through town Tuesday night biting one white per son and two Negroes and probably a number of dogs and other animals posse wee on Its track all tho next dayl- but It was not discovered till that afternoon near Stones grocery store Tbo colored people went to tbe madstone at Dudderars Mill and the white per son Lewis Gill left Wednesday for Chicago IQ receive treatment at the Pasteur Institute This Is two patients to go recently from this place to tbe Windy City for treatment for rabies Mr and Mrs James Rico Drown of Chicago are guests of Judge and Sirs Epbralm Brown Mrs Dr Davie and daughter Roberta of Mt Vernon are visiting Miss Fannie Bishop Mrs Ernest Sprague of Louisville Is the guest ot Mrs W R Cook Miss Mary Gull and brother Lews hftve gong for a two weeks sojourn In Chicago MU + Collier of Alton is visiting Miss Rhoda White Miss Hare of Jessa mine Is with her slater Mrs McClel land Johnston Mr Ben Letcber of Now York Is with his niece Mrs W R Cook Sties Vesta Lackey of Ken sas City Mo Is visiting her grandpar ents Mr and Mr D M Lackey Tbo Misses Cotton of Danville aro guests of Miss Lena Rlgnoy Miss Amanda Anderson will return from Lexington tomorrow Miss Florence Harris U at homo again after a visit to Loulsvlllo Mrs Jake Joseph and eon left Wednes day for Eaton O W W Kemper of Muncie led Is the guest of Mlsa Altlo Marksbury Miss Margaret Haokley will spend tho Summer at Chautauqua New York W Wharton and C Lyne of Klcbolasvllle have been guests of Miss Mattlo Thompson Dr W S Beazley la visiting in Louisville Misses Miller of Versailles Thomp son of Frankfort and Florence Burn side of Paint Lick constitute a house party at tho homo of Miss Christine Bradley I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find them the best thing for my stomach I ever used says T W Robinson Justice of the Peace Looms Mich These Tablets not only correct disorders of the stow sch but regulate tho liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in edged Price 25 cents per box For sale by Craig Rocker Druggists A Yes papa Jack says he expects his Income will be doubled next year Thats good Some day ho may make enough to support himself Detroit Free Press rT YT YT 1 Tiv r= p = ==v= = = jI YOU OWE IT g I ITo your fellow beings to make your personal ap pearancc as attractive as possible l I I 1 hardly realize how good looking your iiarc till you give us a chancy to dress you up IIIThe small cQst will surprise you too II r ll I t lITfwYpalGLOBEs I IMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 1iY00 money back It youre not satisfied Pf f t T D jniLLER Danville E Ky f J f lGreatReductionsinPrices d THE SALE IS NOW ONtIand will continue until entire stock is greatly reduced Now is the time to get goods at the right prices at the New York Store next door to Lincoln County National Bank i fells shoes worth 460 ours solo price 300 lions shoos worth 350 at i 250 liens shoos worth 225 our price lCO irons fine shoes worth 200 will now go at 138 rene shoes worth 17 i now 126 liens shoes 1 worth 150 special sale 98c Mens 500 suits at 208 Mens 7 50 suits at I 448 Mens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made at 650 lions 1200jsuits go nt 750 irons 1500 suits well finished guaranteed fit special AIprice 925 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c clearance sale price 1 9c C Rosenstein Co J STANFORD KY OIL STOVES 4 There is something brand new on the market1fin the way of oil stoves tad we i have it It if thQ J f rerfection Wickless Blue Flame Stoves jyonrtime fuel and temper One gallon of oil will un ono burner 18 hours Call and lotus show you the stove Z Higgins 6t McKinney r STANFORD KENTUCKY IJ a LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK t CAPITAL STOCK 6OOOO 01 V Directors Officers1Successors to The Farmers hank 1 Trust t management Company contlnuoullyB U SnA1eFJ B Paxton for SO years Wo J D Owsley SOLICIT YOUR BANKJ D OWSLEY s n Shanks ACCOUNT WO Walker Hoping prove such mutually business beneficial relations willW M Oasb1eriGoo W Darter Aiwt 411ticdcrA preparation forleradicating the disc agreeable odorslarising from perspiration- It is a sure euro for the odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body without jinjury to health or clothing All tho ingredients are perfectly Charmless Prepared by weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY if rt THE INTERIORGURNi E C WALTONI W P WALTON Ii CmdlcUte for Railroad CotnmluIODtr for the 24 Dlttrlct tublect to the vill of the democrat H H HENNINGER urwayneCouotytaanndldatefor elate Trfu unr lubject to pirtjr For Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelby TO THE DEMOCRACY OF THE 13th JUDICIAL DISTRICT I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for the judgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SAUFLEY IN this Issue Judo CSauBoy announces his candidacy to succeed himself as circuit judge of this the 13th district and If he pets anything like his juet dues ho will receive both the nomination and final election without opposition A most excellent judge of law a lawyer second to none In the State as fair and just a man as over honored the bench In this grand old Commonwealth It would be a calamity not to keep him where he now is While all people who love fairness and justice should wet Judge Saufiey to succeed himself the democrats In par titular should desire to sec him honored again for he has ever been one of them In parlous times In democratic ranks Judge Saufiey was as true as steel always supporting democratic nominees both with his vote voice and means Nature has eminently fitted him for the high office he holds and his friends and democrats generally will see to it that he will again sit as judge In this district We confidently believe he will have no opposition from his plrty and having licked the republicans ssveral times they will be foolish It they tackle him again As long as Judge M C Sautley lives In this dis trict and wants the oQlce we predict that just that long he will sit as circuit judge of Lincoln Uarrard Boyle and Mercer counties Success and long life to the best circuit judge In Kentucky TilE first session of the 57th Congress came to an end at 530 Tuesday afternoon In the House there was a scene J col general rejoicing during which the members joined In singing the Star Spangled Banner and Dixie The Doxology was sung after Speaker Hen derson had made a brief address In the Senate the thanks of the body were I tendered the Hon William P FrveI I president pro tom In resolution offer o ed by Mr Cockrell The session of the I House lasted 7i hours during which 70 bills and resolutions were passed A 1goodmany good bills were passed r the number of bad ones are whileI numerous On the whole the- t half session was about up to the aver agefI TilE governments fiscal year closed with an available cash balance In the treasury larger than for many years unprecedentedtreceipts over expenditures for the year Is 92103300 which is a larger treas ury surplus than In any fiscal period since 1883 Only 10 times in the history t of the government has the surplus been larger and in nearly all of the f 1casesthe revenues had been swelled by l taxation imposed for the purpose of meeting the expenses of a f I war periodIIN the Senate some hot words passed f between Mr Bailey and Mr Bever idge over a resolution offered by the Texas Senator In regard to a Mexican mining case Involving the interests ot an American citizen Mr Bailey crlt icised the State department and other officials and Mr Boverldge denounced his statements as an unwarranted at I tack After adjournment Mr Bailey demanded a retraction and subsequent ly made a personal assault on the Indiana r Senator Other Senators Inter ferred and stopped the hostilities t THE democrata of Pennsylvania have r nominated Robt E Patterson for gov ernor again He has filled the office twice and it appears to be the Impres Penn8ylvanlaf much rent by factions the hope of dem ocratlc success this year is not as great as It was when Patterson ran on pre vlous occasions Patterson Is a fighter t and may succeed In beating Quays man rWITOOUT any thought of making a ecord a traveler of Chicago has just completed a journey from Paris to his native city In less than sev en days The distance covered was one fifth the circumference of the earth and the achievement foreshadows the of a trip around the world 1Inlive weeks when the speed possibili I ties of the lines of steam communlca tion now almost completed shall have been fully developed rf j I I THE midsummer payment of Interest and dividends In New York July 1 amounted to about 125000000 being the largest over paid at this time ot the year John D Rockefeller was the chief beneficiary his share being about 2200000 W K Vanderbilt came next with about 1100000 The Stan dardOil Company had already paid Its dividend This amounted to 10000 000 and Mr Rockcllcra part was It 000000 A LEIIANON dispatch says that two young men have been going through Marlon county soliciting subscriptions to help defray the expenses of Hon Vincent Borelng who is making trace for Congress In the 11th district Tbo young men are evidently frauds Mr Borelng Is said to be worth at least 1100000 and he doesnt have to resort to such methods to carry on his cam paign TIle Georgia Commission empowered to name two Georgians to be honored by statues In the Hall of Fame paid the highest possible compliment to Gen John B Gordon commanJerIn chief of the United Confederate Veterans Since the commission could not name a living man they decided to walt until Gen Gordons death and then name him IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Caldwell a Mercer county farmer was killed by lightning The Whitley 011 Co struck a stream ot oil at the depth of 450 feet near Wll llamsburg Orr Evans a 14 year old boy shot and killed himself by accldentln Whit countyMatthew England aged 75 and quite deaf was run over and killed by pas anger train No4 on the Q d C near Burgln Wednesday- At Lexington Dolph Bailey a Negro cut and dangcrouly wounded Dep Workhouse Keeper Conley ot Danvlllcwho was trying to arrest him A gusher believed to be the big gest In Kentucky was struck on the Hammons farm on Rlchland creek In Knox county The oil gushed to height of 160 feet It paragraph 31 subdivision 3 of article 10 of the new revenue law Is enforced It will run out of Kentucky the street fair shows and trained animal exhibitions which go from town to townNear Jarvis store Knox county a man named Prultt was shot and dangerously wounded while resisting a search warrant He had been charged with complicity In the robbery of J R Baileys store Wage Well No7 of the Atlantic and Pacific 011 Company came In on Rlchland Tuesday at a depth of 150 feet It is a line producer and being at such a dlssanco from the other Wage wells greatly extends that field Not a dry hole has been drilled on the Wage farm In Mercer county Geo Elliott aged 65 hanged himself in his barn with a plow line after his wife bad been mys terlously and probably fatally hurt while the couple were driving to the residence of a neighbor Elliott told friends that his wife had been kicked by a horse and after making that statement drove home and hanged himself POLITICAL Minnesota republicans indorsed I Rooseyelt for the presidential nomina- tIon 1 In loot State Senator Charles H Doge of Larue county tendered his resignation to Gov Beckham Prof Taylor of Mlddlcsboro has been elected superintendent of the Hopklnsvlllo schools- H V McCbesney Superintendent of Public Instruction will be a candidate for Secretary of State A M Harrison ot Lexington was appointed revenue agent for the State atlargo by Gov Beckham The Georgia democratic State con vention in session at Atlanta noml nated Joseph M Terrell for governor The cotton Interests in Mississippi are demanding a special session of the Legislature for the repeal ot a clause in the State Insurance law A O Stanley John B Brasher uad E P Taylor qualified for the Second district Congressional primary by pay log 8600 66 each to the democratic com mittee The following gentlemen make up the race for the nomination for railroad commissioner In this district W P Walton Lexington Or C McChord Springfield T Bite Crockett Frankfort M R Downs Carrollton and Allen E Smith Louisville The entries closed yesterday Just before the Senate adjournment Senator Allison presented a statement showing from his standpoint that the jotal appropriations for the session were 800103837 Pensions led with 139842 230 and postoffices are next with 138416693 The total list last year was 730333575 Representative Livingston in the House stated that Senator Allisons total should be Increased 295373215 to Include con tracts authorized to be entered into This aggregate would be 1059577052 Harry Lougbren a Chicago boy In trying to Imitate an Egyptian fire awal lower perhaps fatally burned himself another child And hli mother IAbout Tho Bond Issue MR EDITOR The board of trustees ot the Stanford Graded School on July 2 received and made answer to an otter of compromise from opponents ot the bond Issue which communication and answer thereto the board of trustees request that you pub llth to the people of the district STANFORD KY July 21002J H Baughman J B Paxton S H Baugh man Jno B Owsley J S Hocker committeeThis you gave to a member of the board of trustees of the Stanford Graded School for presentation to the board the following otTer of settle ment of the question of bond issue for the purpose of building and equipping a school building for the district To the trustees of the Stanford Grad ed School District The undersigned committee representing those who have heretofore opo posed the Issue of bonds are authorized to and do make the following proposi ion If the trustees will call an elec ion to authorize them to issue not exceeding 5000 In bonds payable in 10 years from date there will be no oppo sition to the proposition la the election J H Baughman J B Paxton S H Baughman Jno B Owsley J S- Hocker committee July 2 1002 Having for months had the needs of the district under consideration aod laving made careful estimates of tho cost of building and equipping a bouse commensurate with the demands of the district we are satisfied beyond all question that the sum of 85000 suggested by you Is entirely Inaiequato After a careful consideration of the matter abridgement of the propoied building and curtailment of conven iences the sum of 7000 was unani mously agreed by the board to be the limit of reduction The question has been twice submitted and while a most pronounced mal jority have voted In favor ot the Issue ot a larger bonded debt than the one now proposed yet the requisite two thirds majority has not been secured Your communication Is the first offer ot settlement of any kind to the board from the people who have opposed the bond Issue As the mere servants ot the district with no personal ends to accomplish and with no personal preferences that can not be subordinated to the welfare of the 300 school children of the die trict we are glad to be given the Opt portunity to avail ourselves of some means of affording the children tho ad vantages of the school which our tax payers have so generously voted them To this end we offer you this counter propositionYour of compromise comes too late for any alteration In the call of the election To postpone the election would simply delay the building when the building season Is now halt over If you gentlemen of the committee together with 25 of the men whom you represent will In wrltlngslgnlfy to us your acceptance of the proposition not later than July 5 1002 and evidence your sincerity by the withdrawal of your opposition and by your votes tn favor of the bond Issue at the election on July 12 we assure you In our official capacity and upon our personal honor that we will limit the Issue of the bonds voted to the sum of six thousand dollars 16000 and make such further al rations In the proposed building as this reduction will necessitate By order of board of trustees W B OBan non Will N Craig Geo L Penny J N Saunders trustees m THIS AND THAT Eld J Q Montgomerys meeting at Albany resulted In 12 additions Charles M Schwab has begun build- Ing a 3500000 palace In New York A Lawrence Kansas girl killed her self in order that she might get her name In the papers At Union Ark Harvey Sexton threw a stick of dynamite under Pink Gibson and Gibson was torn to pieces Fayette Bush was fired on from ambush near Grayeon He returned the- o and killed one of the Ratcllffs Hack drivers In San Eranclsco stopped a funeral procession until a nonunion man among them was dls barged The Fairs The fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Richmond third week In July Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown fourth week In July Huslonvllle fifth week in July Danville first week In August Lexington second week In August Maysvlle and Lawrenceburg third week In August- BrodheadFalr Aug 20 three days Liberty Aug 273 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week InSeptemberEllzabetbtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair fourth week In September Of what does a bad taste in your mouth remind you It indicates that your stomach is in bad condition and will remind 1 that there is nothing so good for such a disorder as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after Laving once used them They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and regulate the For sale at We per box by Oralg Hocker J druggists ai = r oo i Y i Di i i l3 ipal ye tisiSSS8S 1 1e The Grand Leaders Specials 1 I s t For This Week I Read this advertisement carefully Ws save yoU half on f 0 every article e i 500 yards spool cotton lc spool 57511o hmo eomo strictly jealnil wool ri lOc whale bones oc giiitfl that wo will sell you for nII 88 lie iatety pins 4cStrictlynil wool clay worsted sulfa finely tai 5c spool silk nil colors Jo lored worth 812CO go nt 850 Satinlin r 5 palm leaf fans for Co- 6c ed clay wohtcd suit elegantly nmdc worth hooks njul eyes He 818 now 81008 Boys sulfa nt JSo to 85 Large size towels Go nil Imrgaina i tOe fans for 5tMoltshale Mens wide hint fur hate J 25c mond hose supporters 15c worth 82 special 10dayi price USe Mens j t Be lair pine 4efinerailroad shape lint worth up to 82 10 ti COc neckwear Abe days price 89c 5 dozen ttittlmtf worth 81 i Ladies good black ho o 5u BO 82 8250 and 83 epecial 10dnyn price e J Childrens slit hoed 12 l2o 500 Mens 81 ounce orushore 10dnys price i Clothing is our hobbyeVo eau and will COc 10 dozen moos straw hate worth up to tne you dollars on ocruitllllrc1laetlofusSIIiOullgont 100 lions summer cloth l We willlcllou n yell made flack suit fur hats go at CO each I I I The Grand Leader+ fi J t tti Hays Levy Props S B Levy Manager i P 0 y S y1y Ss s s- wt 1 j NOTICE In the trial of Jame Dawson It was Mid that the murder of his wife watt caused bv a bracelet being taken from me by hr The aotufixtlon Is fake and bU wife and myself lied never had any words nary Adam Report of Condition of The National Bank of Hustonvillc At the close of business June 30 1W imsouncKs Discount and Time Loans 1117210 os Overdrafts 1051 Mi USBond toSeoure Clrln 1250000 DankingIIouse d Furniture jOJ 00 U S Revenue Stamp 5st r Duo from U S Treasurer 025 c K Cash and Cash Items fclftH s n Due from Banks42rO M Total IISiItO I IJAHIUT11JS Capital Stock1 0000 00 Surplus Fund 9600000 Profile 2701 10 Individual Deposits 1713 36 Natl Bk Notes 13000 00 Total 8187HO 4ft- IMtOtlT AND LOSS 2517 M Dross EarntngsfastOmonths 4181 St Total I MM B- ODispoti OH AS FOLLOWS Paid and Tnxos S 1403 40 Pd Dlv d No 37 5 nor coat 2800 MA 2701 ineaves Undtv1dc Profits Total I 090060 Report of the Condition The Commercial Bank of libertyI At close of busjnoss June 30 1W 2 soUJtOM Loans anti aeotui tUO320 1 Oreldrabs 43 Hi Duo front banks lt1 7 Banking house and lot rat tM Furniture and fixtures ou IX Clucks and other cash items 79 11 Cask 8h7 etH LIABILITIES Capital Stock I20K0 ou Surplus fund 6400 ou Tax fond 110 42 Individual deposits sub olik 007356 6S72M OS Earnings last six months340 01 DISPOSED OP AS FOLLOWS Current expenses paid 8344 CO Dividend 12 4 per ct SOO 00 Added to surplus 686 02 Carried to tax fund 11H 42 8234D 03 0 A MIBWITT Cashier Condition of the First State Bank Junction City Ky C At close of business Juno 30 1002 IIUSOUIIOBS Loans and discounts33200 S3 Furniture and fixtures 1 155 00 Banking house and lot 1C10 00 Duo from banks 15207 50 Cash 4103 70 855752 23 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 815000 00 Surplus 150 00 Individual deposits 4083 42 Undivided profits 18 81 855 75S 23 Gross earnings for the year 12140 58 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS General expense 81380 77 Dtvld Nol 4pr ct 600 00 Added to surplus 1 per cent 150 00 Undivided profits 18 81 2140 liS- l M D RANSDELL Cashier I ANNOUNCEMENTIlaving II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs II tSterling Silver Novelties c it will interest you to look nt those OOCIsnud find out the prices Doing a strictly exult InuiueM WITHOUT KxciuiluX en ables mo to soil nt the very lowest figures qualities considered II JII1Ofui1etttoIIT Satisfaction guaranteed wCI MUELLEt About Long Lived Paints If you get hold of poor p iut it will bo a year or two before you fuel out that your money and labor have been largoly wasted The tartly discovery will not 10ta your fiXwporn flan any Make yourself wc ro by buying a brand you oau be euro of Mastic Mlxod Points are strictly high grado No other paint covers eo inueh atirfiico and no other withstands the weather so well The colors are rich and per manent and tho cost is very low all things considered Came in nod lot us have a paint talk Pennys Drug storeStanfordI TRUSSES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 0 AT VERY REASON ABLE PRICES Craig Hocker STANFORD Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY JrJPros Richmond Ky Ileautlfully iltuated In the bluegrass region Oas advantage that no other f mao the State alTordi Jutt clotod of- keepeaafa incceiitul IMllon in 1Uheonly femalecolle e In Kentucky that Alto composed of graduate oftrleI t tverlltyI en Send for handtome cotaloguo First Nationalof B CapItal Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established ai the Hank of Stanord In 1859 then reorganized as the National Rank of Stanford In 165 and again reorganized ai the Flnt National flank of Stanford In 1662 having had practically an unlnter ruptel exlltlDCO for 43 years It li better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing promptly and well than ever before In Us long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I I Officers J S HOOKER Prest 0Jt W II WEAKEN flk- peDirectors P Reid Lincoln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Oo CowOrchardM StanfordTJai Robinson Hubble Stanfordw U 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SoBTANFoxw r In fllllnc your preicrlptlons wo Use proportlonsnot do bettor It yon paid ui double the price which 18 always reasonable Pen nys Drug Store w PERSONALS MRS J 8 RICK U vUlilng bcr par cote at Cavo City MRS E L HINKIIART and eons are visiting In Danville JAS T MENEKEE of Montgomery Ala li with the bomcfolki SILVER LEVY of Loulivlllc It with hit cousin Alvab Abrams Miss ILA IIOLDAM of Crab Orcbard Is with Mils Mattle Menofeo J Miss NANNIE WATSON has returned from a vlell to LouUvlllo friends r JULIAN BOURNE arrived yesterday from abroad looking hale and hearty MRS W D OOANNON and Miss Ito I berta vllle ODannon noveral days In Lout Miss Emu EWELL of Louisville Is visiting Miss Dert James at Crab 1Orchard 11RSsits A T AND J II NUNNEL LEV are In from Texas on a visit to the a homefolks Miss FLORA NELL OLOSTER of Gal t latin Teen II visiting her aunt Mr M Q Saufley- MKS IRA O TAYLOR of Junctlo- City passed up to Crab Orchar- Springs yesterday Mn M D LBVY of Louisville epos t stveral days with Mr S II Levy o I the Grand Leader MR SAM M OWBNS and Mrs M W Tyreo and little daughter wont to Lou tivllo Wednesday MR LBWIB COFFKY of Montlcollo spent several days with his brother Mr Joseph Coffey MR W P WALTON fell down a night of steps at bis home In Lexing t ton and badly hurt hit back liON C C MoCltOHD railroad com nlsslonerof thus district was hero Wednesday on legal business MR AND Mns It J PLANNAOAN and two little sons of Lebanon Juno tion are visiting his mother hero GRATTON WooPSON and Miss Olllot prow Vaohoolc are spending todayI Iwltb J H Vanhook at llrodheadI Miss POLLY TRAYLOR will ropreao Stanford In an elocutionary contest bffglven at Nloholtirlllo the 26th MR CIIAS WHEBLBR of lluston vlllo spent a portion of this week with his son Dr Carl Lewis Wheeler In LexingtonMiss A StursoN who his been visiting her sister Mrs K T 1cnic has returned to her home at IB dependence Mo DERMINB AND LHTIE CASSHLL who have been visiting their aunt Mrs ti John P Engloman Jr returned Grays yesterday ALLEN K TRAYLOR has moved b family from Lancaster to a cottage on Depot Street Mr Traylor has engag ed with J H Paughman S Co MINI HOST J D WILLIS of Crab Orchard Springs was here yesterday Ho says there are already about 00 guests at his model Summer report NIL 10 JONES Is with J K Jones at St Joseph Mo and will later visit t Robert and Edgar Jones at Helena IMont Ho will be absent about a rear MRS JOHN VON GRUBNIQAN wont to LouUvlllo Wednesday to see her son Gabriel who Is 111 Mrs Fred Kiss ling and children returned to Louis vlllo MISSES FLORBNOP AND HELEN V PRICE and Lucy Brent Arnold returned from Louisville Wednesday with Miss Nary Morton Arnold and are now her IUetI- MISS S FLORENCE DURNSIDK and Fannie Doty are with Mrs L L Doty Miss Barbara Thompson of London A who has been her guest returned homo yesterdayMORRIS FRED has given up the poi l tion as salesman for O Rosonsteln Co and will devote his entire time his store on Depot street Sammy L Is now clerking for tbo above firm AN unusually delightful entertain meat and a unique affair was the moon light musicale given last evening by Mrs J L McKlnney at her lovely homo Monroe street when a largo number Invited friends enjoyed two happy tlof of song Mrs McKlnneyi own sot to music by Prof T Colloway Montgomery Journal LOCALS FRESH cakes Geo H Farris S C HUSTONVILLE FAIR July 3031 and Aug 1 I YOUR town taxes are duo and I will call on you at once for the payment of them ODlco In Elmoro block R G Jones city marshal DR EL1ZAIJETH JACKSON OetC besthlcat the Springs Hotel Crab Orchard July let for the practice of osteop athy 4t THE best tobacco crop In this section Is that of C R Brawner on the Old Monroe Smith farm There are 15 acres of the weed and It is looking splendidly CRAB ORCHARD fall July 23 24 and 1nj NEW wash goods Severance fc n I 350 STRAI support finest patent kid cut to t2 80 John P Jones carrlalrebaroeofllce DONT mlis our cut price on all sum mer footwear Como early John P Jones unfurolebed Main Street 2t Dit R GOLDSTEIN will 6e at the Ve randa Hotel Monday and Tuesday July 7 and 8 Consult him TUB books aro ready and you era requested to calla onco and got your tax receipt M S Baughman her lit THE passenger and freight paintTheytrimmings TIIKIU will be a ballCrab Or chard Springs tonight Splendid rest slo will bo given the trippers of the light fantastic THOSE having against tho ci tato of Gco Pcrrell colored decd will please present them to mo for pay moot J C McClary Adtnr thodlsdt ale A telephone polo In front of it Negtr I DalyDutcblonIn the neck His Jugular was barely misted Both participants have chi 1 dren and It was over them that tho I trouble arose MRS L 0 BROOK of Georgetown rorCalebflght the life sentence glean him Wo are notadvlied at to hor suttees but opine that shedld not carry away mu of Stanfords filthy lucre ne1rCooperweek 011 rose 192 feet In 22 minutes and the ollteers and directors are Sec l gtom Myert largo stockholders taw tho well shot CHANGE IN FIItSLN W Hays hat bought out bit partner Jack L Des a lay and will continue the furniture a undertaking badness at the old odd b Musinesstown soon and devote his entire atten lion to bit storebI I toWELLS No3 and 4 on Sheriff M S Tueed1aey4a arc sorry to state t hooting did not help them Tbo nitro walonfrom WNoFAIR PRIVILEGESsSealed bids torfe various privileges of the liustonvi lie Fair Association will be received up until Saturday July 12 1002 We will also rccoivo bids for lumber to be used In the erection of an amphitheatre up to July lit 1002 Direct all com munications to W D Hooker secy tbeCentrallytenure option on that class of property whore the owner is exceedingly anal to sell or Is forced to sell and there secure a low price on tame and hold out some Inducement to buyer Rstbolr list carefully and see the bargains offered AN trot attended the bur Tuedayafternoon covered with flowers Nearly or adjoineol abodyvices at the grave whoIIofllce last Tuesday morning during press hours After watching the pro ceedings for a few moments the cau INTERJOURNAL botOnoe4er said Why I have so often heard the expression hot from the press THE following young ladles will contest for the handsome prizes in the elo byManalerlcorne Opera MlesesAngiaCarpenopoda DanvllleMyrtle + Jennie Houchlngs Harrodsburg High CountySaraCarllsle Tho above Is an focomp list and other contestants will be an nounced later The muslo will be one of the chief features of the occasion Oil stoves at low prices John Bright JrCo IOE cream freezers coolers at reduced prices to close Geo H Farris Co TII curttitanon ladles and children Oxfords and slippers J P Jones PROTECT your property by Insuring against storms as well as Ore R B DlahosyleREV E E BUDAUAURO Cuban will lecture at the colored Baptist church hero at 230 and 730 Saturday v M Admission 100 RESERVED stet tickets for the vocal contest at Alcorns Opera Douse DUI tonvlllo July 10 are now on tale at Adams drug store THOSE owln thefirm of Bcazley Dan are requested to settle at once The partnership has been dissolved and a settlement Is necessary eBOTtt banks are close to day on ao count of the glorious fourth II Tne poitofttte will be open until 030 A M and then closed except from 1 to 2 and btc0tat MARY ADAMS colored asks us t pinto that James Daweon the condemn ed wlfe murderer never gave her a bracelet as charged and that she will make oflldavit to that effect BUSINESS men In this section are taking apace In the INTERIOR JOUR NALS Crab Orchard and Hustonvllle betterIcure yours space Is gone Tim city council has ordered the L N to put up electric signals or some other safety devices at tbo crossings on Danville and Lancaster streets Tbls Is a good step and may save many lives as both ore dangcrousjiroislngs NOTICE I will until lit of August 18c per pound for butter In goods and the market price for allot h er produce and will give prices alter the let on butter through the I J W P Bradibaw Turnersvlllc cisJUST allot the bard rain Monday af ttrnoon water Is said to havo stood to last deep In portions of Kings Moun lain tunnel Trains were greatfy de aped anda torero of 00odd men war ed manfully to get tbo track In chaps FAIR PRIVILEGES Scaled bids for the various privileges of the Crab Or chard Fair Jr Racing Association will be received up until 2 P M Thursday July 10 1002 Direct all communica n SeeretaryCrab AT Langford Rockcastlo count organ Burko wan shot and instant by Mlllard Farthing The trou isle was over a woman Farthing hi- een ordered by Burko to leave the county He and a brother went to a quarry whom Farthing was at work and made an attack Burko leares a wife and five children Farthing Is from Woodford Ho surrendered peoIto- factI when he quotes this paper Hero what we printed concerning the proposition There iahopothattho who oppose and those who favor Issuing bonds lo erect a graded school building will got together erojnaoy moons wax toand wane The antis have submitted a proposition which wo are told will more than likely be accepted II Horo U what was published In the circular and as the editor has voted against chaise Issue wo naturally suppose tbo earl refers to the INTERIOR JOURNAL A weakbvschool building had made a fair and satisfactory offer to the board of trus tees in too nature of a compromise The purpose of the publication of course was to create the Imprceal that the former gentlemen were den In ous of doing the proper and liberal beerya lie putera Idaoa to A p tended offer of what they were plea to call a compromise In writing but unsigned and unvouched lot was made to two individual members of too board who expressly disclaimed any authority to sot In the matter but the otter was so childishly absurd and so wholly Impracticable to say nothing of Its obvious Insincerity that It was not even reported to the board Besides we know of no authority In us to com promise or to barter away or to dis count or shave to a banking corpora tion or to two of them the right or the privileges of the people There are no adjectives used concerning the pr ftAlart propoatttorhas 100 each time voted for the bond issue our informant that a proposition been made and would likely be accepted and anxious to see tho matter set tIed we wrote the above believing It laTotergaTo the that the object of the paragraph wa ateTo create the Impression stated In the cir cular is as false as It Is unfounded Tue allowing of a few claims was rise extent of the business done by the city council last nliZhtILADIES our stock of floe oxfords and slippers at a reduction of 10 per teat are a genuine bargain Severance d Sons adperdecdthe goby They owed several bills In which the creditors are endeavor g to collect They show at Lebanon today I THE statements of Stanford two yu HustonIleCity and the Commercial Bank of LIb- erty appear elsewhere They are all firstclass Read them was oneand today promises to be hotter At Livingston 104jNlnetyelgbreached here At 7 oclock this morn Ing the thermometer registered 8f M THE antibond men proposed to the Graded School Trustees that If they 5000band byonot to Issue exceeding 10000 In bonds in the event that tbe election called for the 12th results In their favor Too proposltlon would call a new election for not ex ceeding 10000 payable In 10 years they would not oppose The trustees coneldergI Tin beautiful residence of Dr L B Cooko was thrown open to the young w eveninghened by the fair hostesses rUBles Anna Cooko and Myrtle Abrams Tbe haute was elegantly decorated with plate terns and cut flowers About CO young people were present Miss Cooke re ceived In a handsome gown of green silk lleauo and Miss Abrams In white corsourf of Paint Lick Fannie Doty of Lancas sokd rendered snatches of the most popular songs and the prize for guessing the names of th greatest number was awarded to Miss Virginia Warren and the prize for guessing the least the booby to James T Menefee Tbe grounds were illum- Inated with Japanese lanterns one cor- nel being reserved for tbe Gypsy camp where a Gypsy read tbe fortunes of the balllywhoadCONDITION OF First National Bank Stanford Ky AtthectowoftNiilDMiJiUMK tear P BUCKat Imo end dluownte lU5Il Stocki and leads IVHOOS Othtr nil eetele 7991 H J1SISOO IS aat719U sod0liMe from bank MCOO H RtTtuue illHI pi 9111 DIM from U S treasury halo 00 Ouh i is aese S6U W Ctpittl StMkM00900 Surplut mad WI8000 Undivided pnitl 1S7S1J a1000b0eo 00 Fund to pa J Uxei mas 610n sealheteeeea trittwiT AID LO I- Earalngt Ibk rfx MOilkt 41H1 U Other wllTVlfd prolu 1M8 17 16099 tkl retlOKueraper 150900 peony paU saN VI Toe r1113I4II Learn undivided prefer 1AIl 6ow no Condition of the Lincoln County National Bank rocSTANFORD KY At the close of business Juno 30th RESOURCES I Loam and flit 188340 01 Overdrafts 9061 60 U B Bond 5000000 Duo from Banks S9SS9 00 Five per dent Fund 2100 00 flank Houto and Fixtures 5000 00 Revenue Stomps 01 57 Cash 0378 20- M04603 33 tIAalrlrltIi Capital Stock GOOOO O Surplus Fund 372370 Premiums 24G6 SS DOOmDuo to Banks 1I65S0 Fund to Pay Tax 150037 Dllli Rediscounted 300000 orbsE604E90 13 Earnings 6 month ending June 30 5800418 DISTRIBUTED To Expenses I 2500 22 To Taxes 1150 00 ToSurplui 254 68 Dad Debt 40330 Furtitture and Fixtures 100 00 To DlvldcndNo 81 per cent 1500 00 18004 18 7 tN ZL H = it I LADIES FINE SHOES J Welts Turns I McKays all sizes 1 many styles j y is our leading brand t Come in und seeI latest styles thcI1 We will sell you the best shoes In the 1 world for the money I Cummins S McClary Ji t t k R JRq 4Gf r Ja1 o If Jii i If Iii eo If Jii fj l 8 Summer J lit c Suits 8lrs A e 1 iI Low Cut Shoes it f Negligee Shirts f I 1 se T t Straw HVI J t liC Itew 4 H J McRoberts fi 1 I eik i 00 I JItT J jCIIffiIfIP i 0 eiv hl1f tltj1titllttfjTrltiWrl5- 114 I 1lliLOVT WY77a KSOUT THOSE RESOLUTIONS f About not buying any thing after July 1 m I Ii1at up go at All 25c and 35c ginghams and wash goods at 19I1lItS cents Ladies readymade skirts and g waists at reduced prices Waists S- 39c iJ1 4Sc anti 09 cents ft 1 10 per cent reduction in all Oxfords and Slip II1lcrs We sell the best 1 Oxford made tfiISeverance Sons New Store J141 f17mil l t C7e t76Ili l t I CenturyFreezer No no quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC r Lt i JOHN BRIGHT JR CO It IGC Furniture and Carpets Wall Paper Window Shades tCc Wall paper trimmed and Pictures framed ar tistically They appreciate your trade t Withers Furniture Co f s AI 1j IA =c 4 ti 1IINTERIOR JOURNALI blcreel n the potioffict at Stanford at I ttenddatt mailer UabeClXuaLAYa and rdVA- T1 I 1 PER YEAR CASH a When not toptUaaoo wilt btcbucwl 1 1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION Wo 74 Trslntolni II2IOamllesam- No II II20 No25 n SouthMI14tam Mo 3 2pD1 I For ill Pont KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 1o1leaeStaofard at1hSlamN-o lfaam1- o 21 lean Stanford st 430pm A S PRICE Surgeon Stort in tht OwiUr KyIDENTISTStanford Kit Office over Higgins MeKInrieya Ston I Telephone No 4S NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BURaZ Ai sma Prays JUNCTION CITY KY firstClass Turnouts nt Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and lIay For Sale AIM BOURNE Lancaster Ky Otters bis services as duotoinerto the people of Lincoln County He will please you both in work and price Write to him MONUMENTSft QWhite Bronze m to Hone la the monument business what the Improved dropbend sew- Ing i machine Is to the or- I the car Is to the old stage coach It Su the advanced thought of the age It Is I indestructible and will perpetuate the re- cordi and resting place of your ones It III very bcautltu1 with a trosted silver ap Please hold your order until you can Investigate It i JCl McWhorter Agt ICRABORlJnARD KY 11 JCJYjcGUf Y II UNDERTAKER EMJBALMERb I And DcaloarIn 3ABNESt Sfi DDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN fj Eye Specialist of LonliTlHe will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford I Vonby and TueEhYIJuly 7 8 I How Is the time Dont neglect your best elII examined and- tlasselaolenttacallyaejusted Dont neg set your eyes Odlcehours 9 a m to 5 p Bit lIIroo4I011kln tom the Wt I Eureka Harness Oil notoetmakeethobnmrsanltb11bone l tbr soft ami piublf pull Itln con ditton to tutlwlr as long u It ord narny would 1f N II 1111 s3 ha STANDARD COt Give YourHorse a- Chancel Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager CECIL St CKTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Dottier o- 1SODA POPand all kinds of soft drinks Write for prices JHBOONECO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brutes Old Stand Depot St STANFORD KY New and Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel- Ing Men Phono No O- eNOTICEThe citizens of SUntonl and vicinity say wen eongrstHbtU theaixtrrs en biting at tntlr cill tht Bsndwws sod lotniwlr bred milk and butter bull CooHaIedrgreat a t1eOO bull an1lham lon winner at the Worlds Far Rhl data I Pedros Kentutk Ulrl H74 with a butter word of 17 Ibs and 11 M la 7 day and winner In the show rings her tire Is Pedro loyal Marf9ramlWO a ton of Pedro and the great lIrioraIlJD1 her Is llleter I PrcitT heels of Uoden 91116 Itr Pedro out ol IttoUrs Pretty Pearl 7W7 Iir Utter MS out of Lomes Pretty earl45GI Etery dam In lilt pedigree for six tern generations has a recorded butter tnt Pile Ccopcrs Pedro 7 1 was purchased at a long price qr cash therefore I mutt bare cub for his sesrkw which 1 bars placed at the InilgDlsVanl mm of l pasBastel divas walker n Me61nney SlInrord Ky I Como and see our handsome line eft FASHIONABLE MILLINERY in the Postoflicc Building on Main street Mrs Garland Singleton BEAZLEY HATS Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DIALXM IB Furniture MatUnjjBjRuirs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY 0 c = 0 u w tr f cS Q Ite- n C CJ W MO 0- m= 9 0 p Jw 08 r N Qi1 c uJ cQe C Co 4 Z L Uc aU rro LU 0 0 Os 0CJ3 IU n14 w = a- co wJ O 0 l o n wJoSIIQE ro q 7 ++ a r en = O- q = a lLJ 0 S r0 THE MENDOTA Private letter to Mrs W 0 Welch WASHINGTON D CI Juno 26Dear Sitter Your laat letter lust receive and I hasten to reassure you aa to my landing fast in the faith once delivered to the saints You seem to be puzzled aa to the consistency of my con nectlon with Zion and steadfastness In what I have been taught for so many years Let me assure you that 1 have not changed an Iota but more anti more earnestly believe all that you have of or heart me preach And furthermore I have not he least anxiety ai to my being so guIded by the spirit of all truth that I can work In perfect harmony with my beloved general overseer to the end of earthly life Dont Imagine that I entered Zion with the expectation of antagonlzlr any teaching of Gods messenger of tbe covenant I export to believe all hat the Lord has taught me and to add to that which the Lord has taught Dr Dowio and I do not anticipate the least hitch This may seem a mystery to you but It Is none to me The good Lord will keep me on the tine band from betray Ing His truth and on the other from being a fire brand of dissension In Zion Cant you trust the Lord a little bltl my sIster P I do trust Him I hope you havnt made a mistake In going back to your old church osaoclt Lion If you have I pray you may leOI It and bo delivered as a bird out 01 the snare of the fowler You have my prayer for guidance Tbe two quo lions I asked Brother Barnes in my last letter were Why he had laid ott the stars rather the badge of Lov nod Nothing Else and did bg aooei the Permission Theory of Dr Dowl nowI have been holding the throe ici vices mentioned In my last letter but with very very little vISible results save that I have laid hands on a fey Folks and the good Lord hal heated them as of old I am quite encourage to believe that the dear Master bas given me back something of the ol ministry of healing that I lost througl partial not wlllfu1unfalthfulneia year and years ago I praise him for bls forgiving love His mercy enduretl forever Next Sunday la the last day fo which the hall it rented I havi- preached to the merest handful ai In he ICO dave mlejion of three year ago The dear Lord keeps mo from the Least depression If I could bless this capItal I would Ho well knows that If I know any better way than the one I am walking In I would go In It glad- Ly He knows that alto I expect to go to Zion City for the Feast Tabernacles beginning the I2ih of July 1 am waiting for order from headquarters as I am now a mat under authority and glad to be I have in abiding faith In the loader God sent his children to guide them over the lesert and I follow Only Mamma goe with me Affectionately your Bno BAKNES MIDDLEBURG At the rrcent examination In Caae all of Prof Davis students got first class certificates The ball game between Yosemite and luitonvllle at Jones Park today prom see to be a good ono The Maccabees have lately reorgan- Ized at this place with 21 new members Jr A C Sine of Stanford attending toItLast Saturday at 7 P Mawe had a young cyclone to pass us doing great damage to houses orchards crops etc No person was hurt as far as known James Coulter and his pretty daughter Miss Jessie were In Lexington last week Henry McAninch day clerk in the Commercial Hotel at Arcola Ill 18 vUltlng his parents Mr and Mn n- n McAninch Tho crowd that attended the dodloa Ion of the new Baptist church at LIb- erty last Sunday was estimated between 6000 and 10000 They were 8417 be hlDd which amount was made up Ill ODCO Dr Weaver of Louisville giving 1100 of the amount MUs Martha Ford a former teachei Ilt tho Janio Wash Institute but now of Sbclbyville Is visiting the MUsos ogle Misses Livingston and Tucker of Crab Orchard were tho guests of our new merchant Mr O L Pruitt mong those that attended the Cbau iuqua at Lexington from this place lore Misses Efllo and Della Godboy and TIDIl Phillips and Messrs J C Lay W C Bryant and Jams Drve A GOOD REPUTATION The way to gain a good reputation ii 10 endeavor to be what you desire to appear That Is precisely the manner In whlcb Chamberlains Cough Keraedy has aired its reputation as acure for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Every bottle that has ever been put out by the manufacturers has been fully up to the bhb standard of excellence claimed for it Peopo havo found that it can always be depended upon for the relief and cure of these ailments and that It is pleasant and safe to take For sale br Craig lE Uocker Drugglnla r Mrs George Elliott of Perryvllle was thrown from a buggy In a runaway and was fatally Injured CHURCH MATTERSI Rev C E nU next ITheof Saturday in this month will mark tlte I 110th year of Ite organization Into a regularly constituted body of worsbl ore Sydney V1taw1a0ot has accepted a position with DanvlllcI lisle Military Academy at Tex as teacher of English German and Spanish Mr Rowland graduate from Centre College last Juno He 11 the eon of D P Rowland FOR SALE j I have a ISborse Traction Engine alto Anew Shredder for sale You can get a gain UIIA COrny Mllledgovllle barI I Valuable Property For Sale My residence on Danville Avenue and two storerooms on Mali street opposite ourt house Stanford Ky are tor sale Res dcnce Is n twostory brick wltn 10 room Tho storerooms ara brick with nice rooml over them ono storeroom occupied by W II McRoberU as a drug store other by Wm Severance for dry goods Addrt J n Ovsloy Stanford Farm For Sale Having concluded toluit I wm sell my farm of IN acres on Mllledgevfl and Stanford pike Ills In goad stole ef cultivation very good ImprorciMtiW wet watered with never tailing springs lit best neighborhood In Lincoln oountr lor further Information call on or write to V A Pettus MllledKovllle Ky BROWN 8 BROWN Attorneys atLaw Office inMasonte Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all tko State Ooarts aho In United States aad lUnkruptey Ooart Collections made and promptly TIMBER LAND FOR MILE In order to settle tho prnlBo- fJolta Uont Jr and O Ooe ter nontabavlnf died last Deeetabw we will soil STMaerwof Umtwrlandla Adaleeoa- p T14 land Contains between IIM 890 and i MSto filet of Poplar Oak Wai nut Cliestnut and Hickory timber TI tract of land Is elnse to the famous oil lleWt of Wayne county R4 ii exceedinglywet adapted for ajtreultural puepoae AU of the land Is In ono body and It Is I IMrg41n orsoae one For particulars apply to JU COULTER Mlddleburjf Ky Or to E M IlardlD Harrodsburg or Osea haute Faulkner IC- yLOW RATES Queen Crescent Route KnljcbU of PTtblas San Franctto Oat Aug tl11 Finest train service In the world Low rate tickets on all limited train for the above occasions- Re sure your llckeU read via the Qnee S OreMient Route sad gel goad service Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Iror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplendi table Everything first class iortei meet all trains 69IERDlfLEHA YI DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Price + CAUTION 4 Dont alloy an agent orsolicitor of any other company to Induce you to give up or surrender your policy In the Iloun Deaf- in mind thut agents solicitors of other companies have no tight whatever to the possession of your Boats policy Therefore keep a sharp watch for the man who wants you to give up your HOMC policy and take one In Ida company It all means lots to you anti ONLY you Any dlslnterentrd man win knows Insurance companies will tell you there are none better and low as good as the HOMEOP New YOHK And man who asks you to give ui a Koue policy for an other Is more Interested In the money he Is to mute put of It than he Is about your welfare Address or call on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Sxcluilve Agent for Lincoln Qarrardlluyh Ind Cue OoonUOI Kentucky PUBLIC SALE ON THUK3DAY JULY II 186S If not sold trivtoly t will olTer for sale at ublto auction my two farms located and escribed as follows First farm of IN acres located on the innvllle And IlMtonvtllo pike 9 miles south of Ehalbr Olty This U a nleo tract of load estrably located and convenient to schools roomtttagemore necessary outbuildings all In good Iepair Tho lccatton 1 high dry and hoolthy- tho fencing U all in good watered by Knob Lick Creek Second farm consist of 330 acres more or 186 and Is widely known In this and adjoining counties as the old Loyl Hubble tnrra This Is a One tract of land mostly In- Jrnll The buildings consist of a nice 4 room Cottage a largo and commodious stork barn and numerous outbuilding all of which are comparatively new This farm II also watered by Knob Lkk creek a never tiling stream There Is an abundance of xrlous kInd of fruit and berry trees The fenclog Is In good condition Terms of sine will bo H cash and balance I In one two or three yearn to suit tho pur chaer The smaller place will be sold first on the premises ealo beginning ILl 0 30 A iI urther Information can bo had by calling on addressing N 1C Tunis Dan Ky or Jar KyOto PHIHUEYSfM ots 0W sFAIII Bra v ttWr Omfff ATTRRGTIVt JttOYEL M I I IYIRYBODY PRElIl1lt1lfHY JRTRIOaVE TERTURttsi GO11fJ Mow HEADY RATS Off RPPLICI TOlIa1kit Ii MEN FINE SHOES My stock of Mens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies fc Misses we have the Drew Sclby J Invincible Shoes ii Every pair fully guaranteed Twentyono years handling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give us a cnllPIthe ecas U0c e XeT Socc t HUSTONVILLE KY il CARSON PENCE 4 DEAIEUS IX Carriages Buggies Phaetons V Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand nmlV ere sold nt prices that left competition t See our elegant line ot Lap Robes N This bcautifulllkJ ocI 2 1i0ate1t I fitted with an Elgin or Waltkam move f R front and warranted 84 years for H When wanting Knytbltis In ew line dont to see the new and IoauUflll thing we laUIhave In our handsome stock i Remember our Mr Murray la n graduate of ale repairingcountryWhen I Murray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral onpy OF STANFORD ICY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid and NonAssessable OrriCEBS J 11 Diughnian Pros A T Nunnelley VicoIreii W II Wear en Treas II Holm SecyrBaughmanJThe Lincoln Oil Gas A Mineral Go has about 8000 acres of laud leased In Lln coIn county Ky The larger portion of tills lease le oontlguous to the M S Baugh man farma portion In the ntlllhborhood of Maywood and Sugar Grove aeetlanu- and1111 another portion skirting Logans Ono of the surest Indications of the probable value of undeveloped oil lands II tho result of oflorU at development 01 land adjoining reserved by tbo inoorporators can be issued u by them until thq entire amount so reserved has been sold anti when sold every lar arising therefrom will U used In developing the companys holdings No delIor 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 oontlantII I rendered valuable reason of the untiring charts of the oftlcen and stock Is nonastoMsble and tho property of the stockholder In not liable for corporate debts It Islnoorporated under the laws of lie State of Kentucky Ite looks are open ativll time to Its stockholilen and they are Invited to its office to re also any information concerning the companys allaira The business is being ed with all the rapidity and zeal possible that Is commensurate with cafe rusbIj CLOSING OUT SALE 1 Our entire stock must be closed out by July 15th We will sell everything regardless of lOt f cost as we will leave Stanford on tho above date and will take none of the goods with us M Snyder Son Stanford Darxltaao u ai takepa tlls riiaraiaip ITheytemporarily I by agitating theIbowels but I secretes enough execute ural agitation their resultsccontinual anl1 tttain the r etets I FIFTY CENTS PER COTTLet