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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 819029 A M NO 35 I i1 I Ch ILL WINDS Are the dread of those whose lunge are n weak Some fortunate can follow the summer as it Boca southward and elCape the coM bluLI of whiter nUll the dull airs of spring Dut for the OJ majority of people Is Impossible Iomlly cares and obllgntlons fast n Weak lungs rfrowgby Medical Disco ery It cures the coughheals flamed tissues the hem orrhage and re stores the lost flesh to the ema dated body I am a ranked aot write I n- BUJlft lUq of OMIC Co Kim 111 four- war njr work keeping me In I warm room nod Mrnptag out Ire uruU Into the told alt EC uic broncmui wlilch became break and deep oratnl Doctors lined to reach ray CUM cud lh1Hd me to try a hither air rtunalrl for roe a Mend eta dnte mr to try Dr rlereee mtdlfl c I tvmmrucal tak vowr OoWen Uedtwt Db 7lidby the t ka the not bottle ter sad alter laklnc about four bottler my netSometimes a dealer tempted IJfthet little more paid on the sale J meritorious medicines will oiler the customer n substitute as being just as good as the Discovery You get the Peoples Common Sense- atatlcal Adviser the medical work lamptitfIIIf LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Udlaoa farmer bid Are hones to death by b9 Heels won the Drlchloa Uupdt rAn Shieptbcad flay Saturday W Carpenter told a reKlitorod Durham bull for 100 yesterday W B Burton of Lancstar bought eight mules In tulle county at 8100 to nia W J DeOaum of Boyle sold a banoh of 00poand calves to Lee Sutherland at 136 a Bottom ot Perryvllle bought llad cattle of Dr Brown of In at 60 0 Nnonelley sold to D 0 Allan eight butcher oattlo et 9k and 190 lalltb at 6E aid 50 I VV W Lyons 00 airs of whtat will rcRORelSbHiheli whleh Is not bad conlderieg the year will pay you tbo highest inarktt price for your wheat See me before you sell D S Carpenter Burton vltlcCStephen Gibson sold his 3fl0 awe farm Ave miles from Lexington on the + Rlabmond pike to J T Denton for J- J21M8 SO FOR SALB An extra aloe Poland China boar three fresh cows with Ab Angus calve and 10 high grade 4 4heifer R II Crow Shelby City KyCAHadln defeated Wyctb tho American Darbv In tbe Sheridan t Stakes at Chicago Friday In tho pros oboe of 20000 people Wyeth was eec ond PortSALB Jersey cows rood milk erl with young calve also buggy and surrey Address Lock Box 01 Stanford Ky Will sell for cash or on tlmo for good notes Thomas Cloyd bought a bunoh of 66 posed shoats of J T Watts at Ter and S D Campbell sold a bunch of 100lb hogs to Peter Co at OleHarrode I burg Democrat TUB SAME OLD STOItY tvJ A Kelly relates an experience sim liar te that which has happened in almost every nelghho hood In the United Stolen nod hat been told and ro toll by thousands of others Ho says Last summer I had I an attack of dysentery and purchased I bottle of Chamberlains Collo Clioler r and Diarrhoea Remedy which 1 used ao cording to directions and with entirely satisfactory results The trouble was controlled much quicker titan former at ti tacks when I used other remedies Mr ItKellyis a well known citizen of Henilor ton N C For sale by Craig A Hooker Druggists A fond mother sent her 0on to Il Sunday school and when be returned she asked Were there many there A good many replied the boy but t Jesus wasnt tberelnOI do you know V Because said the boy they sang Jesus U calling today I Frank Strickland of Atlanta poet author and musician says In an Inter view In the Journal of that city lam as thankful to God that Ho made mo blind as I am thankful for the air I breathe or tbe water I drink After being chased and shot at fort nearly four years It will bo a long tlmo before our Filipino fellowsubject I can hear Fourth of July fire crackers without dodging Louisville Tlmea s JUDGE M C SJiUFLEY Candidate for Circuit Judge Jl distinguished Kentuckian an able jurist and a democrat In whom there Is no guile Clarence Coleman Takes In Chautauqua LnxtKOTOK July 4 DEAR INTKR ton I am tpaadlni the Glorlou Fourth at Cbantaoqua ntxS white wait lap for tbe evening fresiion will pen n few Una to tba I J This U the utot lajr of the rCeattuky Chautnaqua and tbo banner day both la character and personnel sad In point of attendance This monies Hon Samuel Gotnpors of Washington D C president of the American Federation of Labor teeter ed on tbe labor problem The princi pal feature of this afternoon was the address of Capt Richmond Pearson Hobson U S N his subject being Tbe Araarloan Navy Us Traditions and Victorias Hobion It will be re membered earns Into uatvarsal notlW by his hereto deed of slaktnr the Mer rltnao In the mouth of Santiago hubarI thus pravantlac the osoapa Spanish Haat Ha was then but a mere sedge but has does boas promoted shift now ba wears tbe Inslpola of a captain IB the navy Ho has lately returned from the far Rest where ba dUMatsfully ralsad and ivsrlntended the reooBStrnoUon of three of Monte that that were burled to the bot tom of the sea by Dewey In Manila boy Fully 2500 people heard and obaarod the youthful Southerner and a Vancral head shake followed his speech was afterward banqueted by the- onfederato veterans anti daughters of the Confederacy Last fourth ot July the writer spent In San Francisco What a contrast to tbe one today Ono year aiN today wo witnessed a grand military and naval and civic parade In San Francltco In which some 10000 took part most every ono with overcoat on In feat I Demo near freezing Tbe papers con tained column attar column of matter about the heat prostrations In the Knit Tha heat today has been Intense We paid the Democrat a short call yesterday hoping to sec Editor Wal ton but was pained to learn of his Ill ness from a full of tbo day before Wo met Mr Saulloj who scorns as much at homo looking after the circulation Interest of a city dally as when sticking typo on the I J Will return to Burn side tonight Suoeees and best wishes to the I J and Its myriads of readers CLAKBNCB COLBMAN A CURE FOU8UMMKK COMPLAINT Summer complaint is unusally preval ent among children this moon A well developed case in the writers family was cured tart week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Kemcdyone of the best paten medicines manufactured and which is always kept on hand at the homo nfTyo scribe This is not intended as a free 1IluIY for the company who do not adver tise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy access of a physician No tomtit should be with out a bottle of this medicine in the house especially in summer tll1IeLn slag Iowa Journal For sale by Craig t4 Hocker Druggists Considerably over 400 columns of the Congressional Record are occupied with speeches on the Isthmian canal bill Senator Morgans eight speeches on subject flU 172 columns Senators Hanna and Mitchell coming next with 42 columns acd two speeches Tbe shortest talk of tbe lot was one of a column by Senator Hawley I CHURCH MATTERS j Georgia OaptUts hays four colleges for women I The London dlatrlot Sunday school convention will ba beld In Plocvllle I Friday The Childrens dar offering In Chris I tian 01111 robIN nit week amounted to a7sso SO The Baptist Judion Memorial church Now York City gets 50000 rent from Its adjoining hotel property Rev R A Klmble formerly of Bllzabclhtown has accepted a call to the Bjptlat ohureh at Corbln Rev J D Woodeon of Webster county a member of tbo Legislature was elected chaplain of the Bddyvlllo penitentiary Fattier Gambon of St Patrick eburtb to the surprise of every one loft a fortune of 87OW Of this amount f5009 was toned In a tafo at the rectory Cumberland Presbyterian women In convention at Bocrllng Green bgreod to pay to the board of publication 81 000 for 6000 subscribers to the Cumber land PrQobytarlnn An Bagltib minister says tho groat drawback to worship In American ohurohes are first because they lack proper ventilation and second because the people do not know how to slag Rev I S MoBlroy of tbo Maxwell Street church of Lexington has moved to Richmond Va where bo will takoI charge of the otllec of secretary to tbeIPresbyterian ministerial relief fundIKid JL Davie the much abused preacher has just closed a two weeks meeting at the Purcell school house with 40 additions 18 by baptfttn and 21I by letter and from other churches Kentucky Colonel Northern friends of the Kentucky Wesleyan College have offered to alveI 75000 to the endowment If 8100000 can be raised by tbe Kentucky frlunds In the next three years This offer baa already met with an encouraging reIsponse By the will ol the late Mrs Sarah Cronlay of Lexington 8200 each U bequeathed to the Episcopal churches of Georgetown Versailles and Beatty rule and 8100 each to the churches of Danville and Harrodiburg The es tate valued at about 880000 U given largely to work of the Episcopal church 11 am U boxChamberlains Stomach A Liver Tablets and find them the best tiling for my stomach I ever used says T W Koblnson Justice ol the Peace Loomis Mich These Talilot- uut only correct disorders of the atom sob but regulate tho liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant feffect Price 26 coots per box For Bal by Craig Mocker Druggists The wife and daughter of Capt Tie mann NHorn of the Seacoast Artil lery together with Mrs Horns sister Miss Alice McMahon were drowned SaadyBookboat In the Detroit river resulted In the drowning of four boys Cut this out and take it Jto Craig ft Hockera Drug Store andjget a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets The but phys sect dis orders of thejstomach Price 23 cents ITbe felt hot enough for you man Is very much In evidence just now ILANCASTER I by the ex I There were services at all four of the churches both Sunday morning and evening The Ladles Aid Society meets next Friday afternoon at the country reel dence of Mrs W A Price A hop was given Friday evening at the Mason Hotel by the young society men to the many fair visitors of this cityRev J L McCluntr of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church will ex change pulpits next Sunday with Dr E lt Green of Danville A number ofyoung people of the Paint Llok section passed through hero Friday en route to Crab Orchard to en joy an outing at that famous resort Tbe match game of base ball Friday afternoon between the Richmond Elks and a Lancaster team resulted In a score of 0 to 10 In favor of the home boysThe board of olUcora of the Christian church are requested to meet next Saturday afternoon at the National Bank as there was not a quorum present last SaturdayThe herd of export cattle recently sold by W S Beailey Bro to Nel son Morris of Now York was shipped from here Saturday tbo bunch bringing near 8SOOOO The Lancaster boys played another match game of base ball on Saturday afternoon with a Wllllamsburg nine and tbe score stood 8 to 0 In favor of tbe visiting team A full attendance of the members ot the W C T U Is requested for next Saturday afternoon In order to elect a president to fill the vacancy caused by tbe death of Mrs Margaret Gill Another mad dog scare occurred here Saturday and County Attorney James I Hamilton took a shot at the canine but missed his aim The dog escaped out Into tbe country North of town Miss Amanda Anderson will teach the public school of the Poor Ridge section for the next month as a supply for Mrs Dr J A Amon who has not recovered sulUdently to begin her duo tiesMayor Robert Klnnalrd President H T Logan J W Elmore and John MFarra visited Danville In behalf of Garrards railroad Interest and are tar from hopeless In regard to better trans portatlon for this section Contractor Ray a Rbodo Island cc glnocr has arrived in this city afterco long a time and will begin the work ot boring an artesian well The matter was delayed because an Ohio did not promptly ship the machinery Henry Ball 37 years of age and a bachelor of this vicinity died Friday of consumption and the Interment took place In tbe Lancaster cemetery Satur day He was a brother of Meedamcs Erasmus Dunn and Ella Bottle of Lex ID ton The Ladles Aid Society of tbe Chris Lisa church continues to augment Us treasury on Saturday 23th taking In 85 at Its weekly meeting and on the 5th collecting fO The women are arrang log to run a week day excursion to Cin cinnati to further add to their coder Ed and N B Price sold 22 bogs to Lawson d Fox at Go Kavanaugh Hudson said to Ayres Leavell a bunch lambs at Sic Alex Francis sold six lambs averaging 01 pounds to the same trader at 5io N B Prlco bought a mare from Walker Jr Remit ton for 8150 B F Hudson sold a bunch of cattlo to NelsonlGuy at 5c to be dG livered about the middle of October Miss Katie Leo Denny Is visiting her uncle Wm Denny of West Virginia Mrs P D Gill entertained tho follow- Ing at a 6 oclock dinner Monday ore plug Mesdames J P Sandifer Cov Ington J M Logan M P Friable and Susan Price Mrs J E Woolford has the following visitors Mesdames W Ward Smith and J E Woolford Lou isville Mrs S W Buoy Carrollton Mine Mabel Smith Louisville Brannon Beacloy entertained the following guests Sunday at the homo of his aunt Mies Dove Harris Misses Pearl Barn side and Tovls Carpenter and Jack Rout Stanford Miss Christine Brad Albertsa Anderson and Will Denny this city Mr and Mrs A G Hayden of Fort Worth Toxas and Mrs Hayden and havebeen guests of Garrard relatives Mr and Mrs T A Robertson of Cjnthl ana are vlsltlngMra J W Sweeney and other friends of this vicinity Mrs W O Park of Mtddlesboro Is tbe guest of her parents Judge and Mrs Ephralm Brown Mr and Mrs J S Bowman of Lewis county are expected visitors ot Mrs W G Anderaon Mr and Mrs JR Brown left Sunday night for Chicago alter a visit to Judge an Mrs Brown W S Elkin has return ed to Atlanta Miss Anna Noel of Danville Is sojourning In this city I B Bush has theCommer clad Hotel at Harrodsburjf for five- years f1 I N 1r = f u Have You Seen Our Won i II S i f- Iany J Mi Suits for hot weather You need them to get comfort out of life these days i Hats 1 ShoesE J 1 Shirts fl f 1 IctUS fit ou out and youll be glad youre alive int is hot mon t y I j IT PAYS TO TRADE ATJqi Ell 4Merchanti I LIfT1IiLL 1IQAAI WtiWAW ti 1 Grand Clearance Sale II nIl a I Great Reductionsin Prices ii II 1 ll THESALEISNOWONand t- jII reduced Now is the time to get goods at the 1 4 right prices at the New York Store next door 1 to Lincoln County National Bank j 4 irons shoos worth 450 our sale price 300 lions shoes worth 350 at 3 250 irons shoos worth 225 our price 160 Mens fine shoes worth 200 i will now go at 138 Molts shoes worth 175 now 126 Mens shoesjworth 150 special sale 98c liens 500 suits at 208 Mens 750 at 1 448 Mens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made at C50 Mens 1200 j suits go at 750 lions 15QO suits well finished guaranteed fit special prico U25 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c clearance solo price lOc C Ros eCoySTANFORD KYjt I OIL STOVES J There is something brand new on the t in the way of oil stoves and we markotIhave it It is the rE Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove I tij This stove is absolutely sofa and reliable and wo will guarantee it to bake your bread just us brown as you want it in a very few seconds It saves time fuel and temper One gallon of oilJwiIIun one burner 18 hours 4 1 Call and let us show you tho stove Higgins 8c McKinney H STANFORD KENTUCKY i i r LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II t CAPITAL STOCK 96OOOO yt I Directors JH Paxton J B Onsley 811 Shanks W 0 Walker W Curler IOeo Successors to The Farmers Rank S Trust Company and under same management continuously tat 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial J Ii Officers 1Is u SHANKS President 11 1 J B OashtoriW M Asst an1icdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspirationLIt is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without 4injnry Jto health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly Charmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST ISTANFORD KENTUCKY l ITHEINTERIOR JOuR E C WALTON W P WALTON I lIa Candidate for Railroad Oornmlulontr for the 3d Dlitilet aublcct to the Till ofthe democracy H H HENNINGER I Ol Watne County U a candidate for elate Trw user aubjtct to the ictlon of the Democratic party For Congress I Q G GILBERT Of Shelby TO THE DEMOCRACY OF THE 13th JUDICIAL DISTRICT I am a candidate for the democrat nomination for the judgeahlp of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky com posed of the counties of Boyle Garra Lincoln and Mercer M C SAUFLEY THE printing bualnese In the United States Is of rait and growing impc- taoce Tie census bureau has Illued lie report on printing and publishing ID the United States for the census year 1000 showing a capital of 8292515C Invested In the 22312 eitabllshmer reporting for the Industry This sum represents only the live capital utilized and the value of the land bulldln tools machinery and Implements The value of the products of the Indust Is returned at 1347055050 to produce which an outlay of 30000710 for sal arles of officials clerks etc 8S424 8S9 for wages 55897520 for miscellaneous expenses and 180850290 for mat terlals used mill supplies freight aDd fuel The total number of wage earners In the Industry has Increased only 10 per cent since 1S90 but the value of products Increased 24 per cent Of the total value of products advertlslt formed 43 per cent subscriptions and sales 30 per cent and book and Job printing including miscellaneous products 21 per cent The total circuit tlon per Issue of dallies was enough to supply one for every five inhabitants and weeklies and monthlies one to every two Inhabitants THE Chicago Chronicle which keeps tab on Fourth of July accidents says of them With many cities to bear from the total dead outside of Chicago ls 14 and the Injured 1542 while the loss of property by fire reached 67461 Including Chicago the list is 17 dead and 1502 Injured The death list last year was 10 and the Injured 1011 Many of the Injured died later as tht wounds caused by gunpowder frequent Iv do not become serious until some days after they are Inflicted The toy pistol and the cannon cracker as usual were responsible for the greater part of the injuries but every variety of lire works bad Us share In the deadly work Some people have a foolish way of cola brating the natal day of Independence and as a result almost as many people are killed and wounded yearly as there were In the war that gained It WE are with the Buffalo Times when t says that there is plenty of splendl material in the democratic party from which to make selection but there tno need for baste In the matter It h practically settled that the republican candidate barring death and other un forseen disability will be either Han na or Roosevelt there is no need of worrying over the identity of his opponent at this juncture All the demo cratle party need do this fall Is to stet the various States Into such condition that their candidate of 1004 who over he may be will receive the full Qnd undivided vote of tho party In that way and In no other will his election be as cured DURING the fiscal year which hRs just closed the receipts of the government have exceeded the expenditures largo as they lave been by nearly 100 000000 This is due In part to a decrease of 837000000 in the expendl turea Those on account of the army have been cut down materially A por tlon of the credit for the surplus is duo to the prosperity of the country which makes the taxes so productive The last Congress took off part of the war taxes and guessed that the revenues would be decreased about 40000000j They fell off only about 20000000 TilE presidents speech at Plltsbur is said to have sounded the keynote to tho trust control theme that will predominate In his speeches during the Summer Representative Llttlefleld has been asked to prepare a bill for the regulation and control of the trusts to be submitted to Congress with the In t doreement of Mr Roosevelt sought a premium- on deserters as follows By tho pas sage ota bill on the last day of the reo cent session of Congress the sum of 83 000000 will be distributed in North Carolina and Tennessee as pensions to Confederate veterans who deserted their army to fight with the Union t forces THIS IB indeedgreat country tr f While the mercury registered any where from 00 to 10Q Saturday snowflakes were ailing In Colorado and Wyoming TIlE Georgia democrats also refused to mention the Kansas City platform at their convention It seems to be tbo determination of democrats to forgot those things which are behind and reaching forth unto those thing which are before press toward the mark for the prize THE republicans are making life miserable for J A Craft who joined their ranks not long since Ed Parker went after him good and strong and now Col Dave Colson in a letter to the civil service commission prefers charges against him TilE bill providing for the election of United States Senators by the peo pie though passed unanimously by the house Is neglected by the Senate The man who opposes it in that body should be marked and never be allowed to return to it- WHEN union men stop a funeral procession and make nonunion drivers die mount as at San Francisco yesterday U looks like carrying the union bust ness a little too far and making it naus eating ELEVEN murders and six suicides in Kansas City in 40 days Is a record that the great Western City should be ashamed of Stanford hasnt had that many in 40 years CHARLIE WHEELER has rolleycd the suspense of people In general by stat leg that he Is not a candidate for gov ernor POLITICAL J H McConnell was nominated for Congress by the Peoples party in the First district E T Llllard was reelected warde at Frankfort Henry Hagerman wall elected warden at Eddyvlllo The race between Rhea and Helm for thodemocratic nomination for Congrei In the Third district is waxing warm Helm is developing wonderful strength It is reported In Frankfort that Can dldate McChord alarmed at the opposition to his renomination for railroad commissioner will have the commute call the convention oft and order a pro maryThe Louisiana Senate passed and the governor signed the House bill whlc prohibits the use In public schools of hltorlea that fall to give Admiral Scbley the credit for victory over Ad ralral Ceveras fleet A half million people greeted Presl dent Roosevelt at Plttsburg Ho was escorted to the place of speaking by a procession of 3000 men while In the evening he was tendered a dinner at the Scheney Hotel- Representative Dlnsmore of Arkansas characterizes the letter of Gov Dayls to President Roosevelt protest ing against the appointment of Senator Jones on the Isthmian Canal Commit goon as a piece of impertinence that may prove a boomerang The Times Washington correspond ent says that In spite of denials Scan tor Hanna may be considered a candl date for president or If Illhealth prevents his campaigning that he will fight to prevent Roosevelts nomination in the next republican convention Senator Deboe waked up long enough to attack the courts of Kentucky Fri day but his remarks were withheld from the Congressional Record for re vision Wouldnt it be a picnic to lee me of Deboos speeches in print with tone of the kinks taken out Cynthl ma Democrat Judge M C Saufley of Stanford has in accordance with the expecta Ion of his friends announced his can lldacy for reelection to the circuit judgeship Judge Sauttey has made a splendid record on the bench and will ecelvo a hearty support throughout he districtAdvocate Tammany Hall celebrated the Fourth of July at Us Wigwam in New York City with speeches by Bourke Cockran ted Justice OGorman Letter of regret were read from Senator Vast W J Bryan and David B Hill At the elebratlon In Philadelphia Gen Nelson A Miles delivered an address Arrangements have been completed whereby only tho most pressing official careg shall disturb the presidents va- catlon at Oyster May Delegates will tot be received by Mr Roosevelt and much business coming to the hands of the chief executive will be transacted through the departments In Washing ton The chief obstacle in the way of the Vaticans accepting Gov Tafta propo Itlon regarding the friar laude In the hlllpplnes Is the withdrawal of the lace The religious orders are eapec ally powerful in the Sacred College mod the Vatican would not object if the expulsion were carried out and It had to be recognized only as an accomplished fact It Is believed that the Vatican would welcome a show of force Gov Jeff Davis of Arkansas has written a letter to President Roosevelt roteatlng against the appointment of Senator James K Jones as a member of the canal commission Gov Davis ape that Senator Jones has put him sel beyond the party line and that the appointment will not be given as to a democrat without the protest ot the democracy of the State It Senator ones Is appointed as a republican pure and simple co objection will be raised he says I A Frankfort paper announces John W Vreeland as a candidate for auditor Colon friends are claiming Clinton Wayne Russell Adair and Cumberland In his race for Congress IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Fulton Motherly aged 10 and Mis Addle Lamb ago 14 were married In BoyleTwo little sons of Mrs Annlo Lee of Whitley county were drowned during a cloudburst Joe H Johnston a prominent bus flees man of Lebanon Is dead of paral ysls of the brain Mrs Charles Rlddell of Richmond tell and oroke her collar bone whlli visiting In Lexington William Underwood was shot aDd probably fatally wounded a compan ion at Pleasantvlllo Whitley county Johnnie Brewer of Mercer died of lockjaw as the result of an Injury to hli upper lip received It is said In diving Gov Beckham appointed E W Ly en of Mercer county as a commission er of the Kentucky Home for Coated erate soldiers Howard Camnltz the Hustonvlllo pitcher has been released by Green vllle Miss and has signed with Shreveport La Cbarlo Lloyd was shot and killed IB itantly at Redash Whitley county Lloyd had married a young girl whom his slayer had loved It is said R J Brecklnrldge Camp of Confederate Veterans has thus far donated about noo to be appropriated toward the new Confederate Homo Adyo Cato Near Lot Whitley county during an ilcctrlcal storm Cicero Perkins and two mules were killed Millard Perkins was knocked off one of the mules late a creek but was not killed Miss Dolllo McClure daughter of dr and Mrs Samuel McClure died Saturday of consumption and was bur- Ied Sunday In the family burying round near town Miss Dollie in wealth was one of the handsomest girls ID the countyKenuckv Colonel William H Buss shot and killed his irotherInlaw Elijah Sargent on a farm near Harrodsburg Boss claims hat Sargent was drunk and was abu slve to his sister and that In a fight rhlch followed they ollncncd Sargent laving a Winchester whereupon ho shot Sargent four times THIS AND THAT There wore six deaths from heat at Plttsburg yesterday Alex Yost chief of police of Cat lettsburg died of sunstroke A heavy frost which formed Ice vie ited San Luis valley In Colorado Chief Justice Marshall J Williams of the Ohio supreme court Is dead An eel has two separate hearts Ono beats 60 and the other 100 times a min utoBetween eight and nine thousand freight handlers at Chicago wont on a strike The town of White Horse in Okla homa was destroyed by fire Lou 100000 Sam Lilly a 12 yearold boy was kicked to death by a horse In Bender son county It Is stated that Agulnaldo will visit the United States and go on the lecture platform- A watch that makes five beats a sec ond makes 432000 a day or nearly 158000000 In a year John J Daly a wellknown lawyer and prominent in A O U W circles killed himself at Pueblo Col Forty years after his death the heirs of W A Bcthune of Aberdeen N C have led claims to nearly the whole of that place W Woolsey of Junction Clly purchased 4500 dozen eggs last week at 13 cents Sam Pope threshed 10 acres of wheat last week which averaged 33 I bushels to the acre Advodato Valuable Property For Salt My residence on Danville Avenue and two storerooms on Slain street opposite court home Stanford Ky are for fleet deuce U a twostory brick wltn 10 rooms The storerooms are brick with nice rooms over them one storeroom occupied by W II McUoberts as a drug store other by Wm Severance for dry goods Address J R Oirsley Stanford Ky Farm For Sale Having concluded to quit I will sell farm of 123 acres on Mllledgovllle and Stanford pike It Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wel watered with never falling spring In best neighborhood In Lincoln county Vor further call on or write to W A Fettus Mlllcdgevllle Ky JgMEMJ3 e That eocullcd cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in tho pre mium may cost you a hundred in a loss That only solid cash in sight antI experienced management guarantee euro That insurance in tho Home of Now York can bo relied on Josso D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln QarrardBoylo and Casey Counties Kentucky I ri i i A 0 f OtinsOOe e Oa 0 0 Ia0iOt B The Grand Leaders Specials If 1 For This Week e Read this advertisement carefully Ws save you half on J i every article g I I COO yards spool cotton Ic spool lOo whale bones Gc i 50 satety pins 4c y- S 5o spool silk nil colors 4c 5 palm lent fansfor fie 60 hooks and eyes 3c t Largo size towel Gc- IQc fans for 5c S tt 25o mens hose supporters Ifjc- Cc hair pins 4c 25cjgood hose 5c S S Childrens 2bo hose 12 l2c Clothing is our hobby Wo can fled will i save you dollars on every suit purchased of us Wo will sell you a well mode black suit for ll I f i M r d v V V Central Kentucky Real Estate TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1liorwaad hi la Stanford ronmihi porth In the rmr rlDIIO l Brtgbtorboi ftooe IP ebereb sad Mbool tor mill lea fly ftltttuti No Jtot1t farm at gem IMitel tree Ian ford Ho Mol four foul r ws+ heck iwrrb sad II trrxBdt U oJ Urn other WlitB la ra Out IB sit aMt well Goad M sea ealtlvateeaeureln teen urat In Ira- Iisght stems l lr ul at barfaln and In- 1dIkc t bargain ato xbool sadchsrr5 I sits 35 per acts LlDoi sdjsieieg said ler 1M alIIX The ha bargain ao a UMM and M la SUaUnl HWIM oea Hint Ii room i Uood etaWe sad 1 acre eI Iud well feared use oi prNtk t bJhnt Nis la teenr- uoce cnoafh In front far tw Uc atlases er a l lerr roni U bells M the refuge sod toe wade a bramllbl hoe WUI W said hap u th Owner Suit hay nja y No 4Two lerr rfo dwelling 7 roorai kaU aid used luhfJ tala and bow ia load repair Far are w r et IrtteweNo Sl sad lella StiR ni TlUKirw ud treat ronb ttowl ganlae sad aUM oou tjialr Will ke sold chap No 71IuaUt la Stanted li it rl I rteGood guiles inset lad oat k 14If owl- Act Ayrm of M acres J Saes ire eMe lord on Sent teed H sera ID nltlrattoa aesy- to jwiturt t rtharda sad rmi In llwWr Tw snail cottage send tarn and outboiMlngi wflt watered ami Icndni faUly real late can 5 ought at jour price Mowotrllr i In lndlini oJ Its end mot have money No t 0 tiara of ttt sera fear mlles Iron Stan lord on Gal pike In the eaair Sixty acres ID what 40 In corn S In timothy I In doves and 111 In One blnncait fatIn six flridi wrtl hurt well wtend never Mllat well and i rlnc to- reelpooils Two dweHlnK tool barn and eel- bulldlbge JIronll pike Mrtbrryuattenof 18U- botb + twrng on rite 1Unty fruit t- IDd enough tlwrtowakejsposts Ag4eadl 4BfnraM farm and only So wtDHir drle frow I- roUDt Owner ol tine turn IdjelDlt tU hasrceotlyreluulll3oarsere We ofl irr Ihli a- tel W per acr- eNollI acre land wllb tuttmrr lapiori iirat mile item Slanlord Dwelling has Crrooms twacda hall sad ixmb Large Win BHI Ita house sir WII wII1 raced ud butldler bcoodrrpalr like reaMMM- eNolilwrilln ofrtK rota bell and porch ircmatary nutbutWlnitt and ganua Ala large tw torr store room KxM lent lover room nippllc rllh amble ache etc Water la dwell lot Ind UvrerootanlMcfctrrn ad well on 1Ie Small lc- kukofstore One mile from sianlord Ilnildln- Ke lnlraaddc41lBC originally net llfi iodstore eTr Jlioo Will sell both for f u o- will reel or sell aeftntelf No 1SSW sere ferM Mile of Crab On ban CT Stuck dwelllag a meow two tenant bou r two bond WfH vd Irlll near dwejllju Fanu Ib klgh ute or citltlratwu IM acres riter lotion 1 sad good ftoelkf fruit etc rift fi w an arr No IIIOO acrea af lakdoo Laneaiter street I u rabOfrhanl ppo 4l iirtog ID gran no Ita raTeneBia x 4UrMi o kbara aliuDilanr a cock water PrettteatbulMlRg site In town Irk sewNaIL A eke cottage and let on LaD Ireet Stanford 7 rooms geotl ditera etc lIiGOO will sell lor ftdoa No IG rott of Ned In Malknn county KTemtlesSoullt of1Uthmeod and 7 ratles o KlaIlIoDIIOC tc 11111 UrDplh ad1- oIul Creek the Col It Mundel Crm Frame lwlklingestark tarosoutlulldinge AI nnty of good water sod on of finest un irlnga In Kentucky In yard Ilea stock term la he county fur the money Pelt no per acre No 17A farm of 1M acres near KuttenTllli welling of tight room ball reranda etc lIoO tennt house neck barn large totareo Iiarn and theroutbullJInga Cittern and good well In be ard sod water In ever Sell on the plea Fan cut la seven fl Ida and fintelan land No rOann of Ira sere altuaied near Klngi yl1le Ky CO acre In cultivation N In liml rrn la well watered two barn sod other uttulldlngr goo repair IwelUng conipantlrc I r Dew la within 300 ands of tntee ehurcbci hool inetoffic and C a d lrolerty II 00 pike and county tad and Both must dlralIrm In that aecllon Wi will sell the whole farm lor K40Q or In MTela of sot Lu than W acre to iltpurrbawr Tbl1I certainly cheap property No 5SFarm of 7 arm near Varneiburg welling good hare etc Well watered fenclni IDtI lulldlD In TrnducilT lime tone land In eooa neirhliorhood cloae to school 3d on good road IVIca J7W No 51 Alarm of JOO urn In Lincoln county hree good dwelllngt II good barns aod out building each haws bUD etc alxmt the center oC 1W Crtl All on county road It tall from lurch school and 1 JTS well and well catered Thla il a good tobacco fire and would lull two or throe fauilllea that might want to cowe- ffllIt the acme neighborhood Trice reaaanaUe No MA farm of 103 lena In Cay county Xy ne and onehalf itory dwelling with ilr room cal barn and other outbuildings Sixty lUte Ir iltUatlon 43 acres In trees etc L well road close to church Icbool etA rlcednly WOO No MFano ol 118 acm In Casey county Two tory fem dweUlar two good barn and other utbulldings In good repair lobiri and and In good community A bargain at ISXIO A old welling In lair condition Ilara and other out illdlnga On County roil aplenJIJ tobacco land well watered two wella spring tie This la a de rabla home 1 ctce116 iO No 53 acre near Pleasant Point Ky Frame bouM 5roonrsandporch Barn awl Other outbull a acres la rnt la tin ir tVellwatera100yards Irom poelolllCt cboal- I and cbunbi Icywell on rite and In coo coot tGro 1 S27iWo have wine strictly good nil wool f t suits that wo will sell you for 8198 worth 88 ia Strictly all wool clay worsted suits finely tni iF lored worth 81250 go at 8850 Satin lin wed clay worsted suit elegantly made worth 818 now 81008 Boys euiU at 48o to 85 all bargains tt Mens lints Mend wide brim fur hats t worth 82 special IDdays price U8c Mens I fine railroad shape hats worth up to S2 10 days price 89c 5 dozen etifthaU worth 81 CiO 82 250 nllll 83 special 10days price iISOc Mens 81 ounce crusher 10days price 50c 10 dozen mens straw hats worth up to 8150 all go at lOco Mens summer cloth b hats go at 5o each The Grand Leader1t j ligII gSSYii t Exchang couatrDe I ANNOUNCEMENThaving i II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs II Sterling Silver Novelties c l it will interest you to look at thoso goals nUll find out tllo- pricoe Doing n strictly crash bwinlJlj WITHOUT BXCIUTION on bleu mo to EoR at tho vary lowed figure qualities considered III haveflllod I I me and 1 CAN DO rr Satisfaction guaranteed r L W H MUELLER n About LongLived Paints 1i Ifym get hold of poor paint it will bo a your or two boforo + you flail out that your money and labor have been largely watted The tardy discovery will not leen your oxa pora then any Make yourself Mcuro by buying a brand you can n Igrodomnnont and tho cost is very low all things considered Como in and let us have a point talk f Penny S Drug StoreI TRUSSES f DESCRIPTIONMOF EVERY j AT VERY REASON I ABLE pnICESl STANFORD w I Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY JrtPro8 Richmond Ky lleautlfully situated In the IilueRraaa region lose advantage that no other temaloi hlsturyTheITnlreralty of Michigan Ann Arbor Columbia University NY City Vanderbilt Unl t strongwithmoat of building rstclaes l Illustrated leeturvs the on his travell In Egypt Palestine and Europe Slekncasalmot nnknonnOoodt bie No fussy teAch ers for handsome cotaloguo 1 t First Banks Ky Capitol Stock 50000i Surplus 10000 Title Institution was originally established as the tank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Rank of Stanford In 168S and again reorganized as thu heat National Bank of Stanford in 168S having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact business promptly and well than ever before In Its Song honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons SolicitedI rKy Craig Hocker National Officers J S UOOKEU PrestV t J J HoRODEKTS Ohr W H WEAKEN Ilk- prDirectors V Iteld Lincoln Co r B T Harris Lincoln Co J 8 Uocker Lincoln Co W P Walton Lincoln Co J H Collier Crab Orchard II D Elmore Stanford S H Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jus Robinson Hubble J II ItaURhman Stanford W P Tate Stanford J rr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SrunOlw KY JVIY 8 1002 In nlllnc your prescriptions wo Uso propordons not do better It yon paid us double tho price which li always reasonable PonI nyi Drug Store If PERSONALS MISS ELIZAIIETII Blooms Is 111 MRS MAKTHA PAXTON has boon 111 for eorao tlmoIV Miss DnccE WEAUEN of Paducab I Is with friends here MR A 0 SINES residence Is being beautified with paint ti Miss MAUDE MOORE of Danville Is with the Muse Lynn I I MRS CHENAULT WILLIS spent acv eral days In Richmond workILouisvillerHON D B KINO Is back from a visit to his son W D King In Doll fromIa to at Crab Orchard Miss SALLIE STONE PINKERTON Is convalescing after a protracted spoil II LAKON CARPENTER Is up from Nash villa to see a mighty pretty young lady IPODtIe MRS W 0 PARK of MIddlciboro pilled through to Lancaster to vlili relatives JOHN G LYNN JR has scoured a 1position In a largo hotel at Denver JOHN THATCH Kit of Somerset Is hero under Dr J G Carpenter for treatment IlANDSOUR MISS JBNNIE PUNCH has I returned from a protracted vlitt tAvoca friends T E WOOD Is 111 Mr and Mrs J C Lynn of Danville spent Sunday with her L R HuailRS R C Saufloy and George Menefeo spent a portion of Sun day at Mt Vernoo MRS M O WILLIAMS and Mrs Oleo Drown spent several days with rola lives at Mt Vernon THE Daughters of the Coofodora meet with Mr T L Shelton t flwill at 4 oolock LOUISE BASTLAND and O1 Westland of Louisville spent Suad 11 ti with their parents here HOWARD COLEMAN Is awlitlng bis father In the commissary of his eo rube near east Oernstadu Miss VIRGINIA PIOICETT will arrive 1from Shelby Thursday to visit her sls Mrs Wm SeveranceI MESSRS A BONN and John D Cot fey of Adair wore In tho West hi d looking for horses last week MAJ JOHN D HARRIS and wife of Richmond were hero yesterdaytturning from Crab MESDAMES SUSAN A LEAR Sam Mantle and Miss Ada Yantls of Deca DuNd MR AND MRS J A WALLACE of Springfield spent Sunday with ti families of J W Wallace and Hon I I noldermanIPROP M O WlNFRHY Is conducting the teachers institute at Columbia this week Ho will have the Montgomery teachers In charge next week Miss LETTIE UBLM and Prank Walt ton Jr arrived from Cincinnati Sat y r urday to visit Mr and Mrs Horace Brown and lion Harvey tIm OIIAKLIB NORTH who Is a postal PariI3 b Kastland Saturday evening and we mado to have a royal good time H- oI frcibmcnts wero served at a proper hourrANDREW P ANS here has been nominated for ono tho judges in the Kansas City judicial district and will probably be elected Ho is a brother of Mr W L Evan of P Hustonvillo REV NEASDER bL WOODS D D i I wife and four children of Memphis will arrive at Crab Orchard Springs In a few day Dr Woods has recently accepted the call to the Second Prey rvterlan church Louisville JOE CLAUNCU JR of Somerset ac cldentally swallowed a nickel and strangled His mother had sufficient presence of mind to shako him head downward until ho vomited it h probablv saving the llttlo fellows 1 MR M EV ELKIN who heard it says that Richmond Peareon Hobeoaeand speech at the Lexington Chautauqua was the finest effort ho ever listened to Hotays tbat bo and at least 1000 moro persons stood up and listened to It from beginning to end MR CUE AULT WILLIS who for a I number of years was the popular clerk in Covington Arnold is Bros hae bought tbo restaurant nod confection cry of E L Reinbart In Stanford Mr Willis many friends In this city will wish him success In his now home t Richmond Register yy MR M F ELKIN is at Crab Orchard Springs JOEl LYNN COPFEY went to Livings ton yesterday J B FISH of Wllllamsburg was horn yesterday MISS ARATHUSA MOALISTER ll with friends at Jelllco cMissII with tbo Mleeos Poland Dit R GOLDSTEIN the optician eat SiMRI Chenault Willis in his groceryrestaur ant E 0 MAliAN and James 0 atil IT of Vllllarasburg aro with Foster B Me Allitcr Miss ELLEN BALLOU wont to Crab Orchard Springs ycstsrduy for a protracted stay- MESSRS J L EARLYWINE and Mat W Talbott of Paris are guests of the illsses Lynn MR GEO L CARPDNTER II at Dan vlllo with hli grandmother Mrs L J Cloyd whole 111 DANL KiMunouoil and little daugb ter Franco of Cybthlana arc guest at Mr AC ccPROPMyrLloBUjtbelMn W A MUUERLY has moved bis family from Rowland to tho Mencfce jropcrly on Acaacmy hill JOHN GADHERRY and Goo Ellis of Casey were horn yesterday looking for a jtontlemanDItON h tbo National Cash Register Co at Dayton 0IDont several days with bis parents Mr and Mrs A W Car P AIloiiBRTCraig S Hooker druggists several years wont to Loxlngton yesterday whore he will likely take a position In Johns big pharmacy LOCALS GRAD ORCHARD fair July 2ft 21 nos toNRtV wash goods Severance Soot MJLLINRItY ole atone 10 days Some raro bargains Misses Straub TilE L N otters another 1150 roundtrip rato Clnoinnatl Sunday w carrlaiobarnenofflae T untohC JiiayJ A ALLnN ft CO avothe contract to repair J W James residence at Crab Orchard e1IABT between Stanford anti Crab Orchard a leather bandsatchel Re ward J F Holdam SUMMER has struck us in earnest The mercury stood at 100 for an hot r or so In this attics yesterday TUB books aro ready and you aro re quested to call nt once and got Jour ax receipt M S Baughman sher Iff 10 A I itA ICE beam on a freight toll and toro up some CO yards of track nc Willlamsburg Friday night delaying No 20 eight hour eTHOSE having slalms against the cs tato of Geo Forrell colored deod will please present them to me for pay ment J C McClary Admr 10 SpringsFridayoccasion Many line dancers wero prcs sot and everybody bad a good time HUSTONVILLR the of ball at Jones fc Kelseys plcnio scar Mid ledloburg Friday Tbo nine they played against was made up of the best play ors of several teams Tbo score stood OtoO heroC01B Thursday evening 10th Messrs Morse t Wllliami say that everything la tofMCCOY it SHANNON owners of t circus that gave us the goby last wee did the square thing by sending tho amount they owed various parties hero to Mr I M Bruce and asking him to distribute It which ho promptly did- dayI nary stock regardless of cost Tho stock U in good condition and big bar gains can be secured Miss Llcclo Beaz ley at Severance L Sons old store room 10 Insifcutting up Mr I M Brucos bare Jim Mitchell 15 for Will Smith was acquitted of the char of bootleg a woman Several gent men caught fines for fast driving in town FAIR PRIVILEGES c41ed bids for various privileges of tho Huetoavi Ito Fair Association will bo received up until Saturday July 12 1002 We will also receive bids for lumber to be used In tho erection of on nmphllhealre oto up to July let 1002 Direct all com munlcatlons to W D Hooker secy it HDSTONVILLE FAIR July 30 31 and I Aug 1 L Oil stoves at low prices John Bright Jr d Co it dayDropICE cream freezers coolers at reduced prices to close Geo H Farrls o 10 PROTECT your property by Insuring against storms as well as fire R B Mabony 10 LADIES Donttall to get some of those lace striped black hoax at 23o J p Jones it- TUB Crab Orchard bind discoursed some sweet musts In tho courthouse squats Saturday evening ALL who anticipate going will be glad to know that Saxtons big bead will furnish music at the Hustonvlllo fair I WILL sell at public auction county day Victoria OFallon a thor m of fine pedigree Miss Nancy VnnDoveer Ex 2t THOSE owing the firm of Beazloy Hays are rThoa settlement Is ncceuaryit FATALLY IIURTA little son of Engineer John looker was struck by a- fist train at Lebanon Junction and h thought to be fatally hurt NOTICE I will pay until the lIt of 18c per pound for butter In and the market price for all other produce and will give prices alter the 11 on butter through the I J W P Bradabaw Turnerevllleit FAIR PIUILBOCSSeaJed bids for the various privileges of the Crab Or alldP M July 10 1002 Direct alt coramuulca SecretllrrCrab DOWN Tula Go Lawns dimities glnRhamlluxor1 our out price sale today For style so quality these goods aro universally ac knowledged superior lo all others shown JohneP ones 10 Robertsrto get of W1 Walton in newspaper business in Loxlo ton- tbeYlhould have made life smooth and- oalY for him Ho would hove rusted out and retired la disgust of a life ofs Inaction within a year They did very opposite and made the condltlo exactly suited to his temperament s now ho lion top of the whole journal tic push In Lexington Let the pre t ty little lion sleep boys hes safe when in slumber Somerset Joura W W BAYS wasnt proprietor of AsaphBotelwife bought him out Saturday alto r oooa and tho firm now is J L Beazley ii Co We hope the turn of affairs will arnot come Mr nays to cbango his mind about moving to town but will come oo goodlivinglike Mr Hays and his family Mr Beazloy Is an experienced furniture dealer and undertaker and that he will do well no one will gainsay T SETTLED The mooted question of bond issue for the erection of a gradessobool building has been settled and as Bro Barnes would say Praise tb 0 Lord A compromise was ctlectod Saturday and we are satisfied that everyman women and child In town breathes ender Wo are as proud of the settle meat of the business as the average boy is of his first boots and are willing Doit0eo la reason so glad are we that there w bo no more pulling and hauling at Pcbo1 10 socalled anils uoderelgnkat ed make the following proposition to iho trustees of the Stanford Graded School district let we will not oppose a bond Issue of 0000 to be paid in 10 years on the condition that the trustees will not Increase the present rate of 40o on Iho 8100 and that they call a now election to voto tbo said 80000 in bonds 2nd All your propositions in conflict with this are rejected To be accepted by July 5 1001 J S Hocker J D Paxton S H Baughman J B Owaloy J H Baugh moo Juseufy Baughmanee J Hockeam or rd Graded School district No 1 to say that your proposition of July 3 1002 effecting a compromise on a 80000 bond Issue has been acted upon favorably by tbo board The election calling fo 17000 bond Issue has boon called raft and an election for a 80000 bond issue has been ordered to bo held on July 16 1002 By orderjof tho board of trui tees W B OBannon president FRESH cakes Goo H Ferris Co it WashingtonCityin the room over Boonos livery sta ble w LADIES our stock of fine oxfords and slippers at a reduction of 10 per cent are a genuine bargain Severance Sons 10 SEE our new 127 tango Cheapest thing ever put on the market Warm lag closet plenty hot water Geo H FarrleLCo 10 j WELL No7 of the Central Oil Gas Mining Co is being sunk on J VIBaugbmans farm not tar from where the old tollgate house used to stand DR ELIZAIIETU JACKSON osteopathic of Mt aJulyathy4tJ F HOLDAMS horse became fright ened at a train at Rowland Saturday eveulng and ran Into a fence smashing the buggy and considerably bruising Mr Holdam A CITYA special train for atdanddu HUSTONVILLE Come In and look at my line of Flannel and Wool crash suitings They aro dressy and will keep you cool this hot weather You must have ono for the fairs A J Adams 2t w Deazleydealorlpartnership the former buying the latter out Each will continue to ban die and develop good ones on a small scale A LITTLE child of Mr and Mrs Kilo IIuetanvillotparsecsv thingpw YOUR attention Is called to my complete stock of fancy groceries fruits toadies cakes fresh vegetables etc adt me a portion of your trade T Cbcnault Willis successor to E L Rblohart it NARROW ESCAPEFlremaa Chit eedare narrowly escaped death from gas tbrouRhKIDRHo was discovered unconscious when bis train emerged from the tunnel and rush of five miles to Eubanka was hemade lo reach medical std oeBlt LEASE F Gooding mana MlnlDgCo LatchetCaseyahT Ballard B G Boyle St John Boyle Dana and Howard Flanagan of Louis vlllo NOTICE been the aim of the Central Ky Real Estate Exchange to secure options on that class of property whore the owner Is exceedingly lo sell or Is forced lo sell and thereby ou1oto their list carefully and see the bargains offered 10 CRAB ORCHARD SPRNay Mr Al Washingtonaa will give a series of during the summer Introducing all th newest and moss attractive figures large number of guests have during the past few days and the ho and Gorman combined on Friday nlebt promises to be a most enjoyable affair 10 Cory for the Hustonvllla fair cata loguo July 303 days has been given cataloguedweek Tbcro are US rings and tbeprem fume given In each are the most liberal over offered In Central Kentucky Thorn is a I1GO premium for the best saddle stallion mars or goldlog and another of a similar amount for the best roadster stallion mare or gelding 9 SOME 40 or moro guests gathered at Mrs Battle Broaddus Sunday to meet Armp Broaddus and his pretty who had just arrived troll A most excellent dinner was b1i and when it Is told that MroS Spoonamoro had charge of the deuce cies of It none will doubt that It was a feast Indeed A liberal sample ot the good things sent us make us more than willing to testily to the fact that It must have been a feast fit for the gods Mr Broaddus1 bride was Miss Clara Sacray and she is a very beautiful young woman Her homo has been in the far West but she is a graduate of ono of the best colleges of St Louis and besides has had advantages not af forded all young ladles We congratu late our cxcountymaa oa winning such a prize and join their many friends In hoping that both he and his bride will always be as happy as they are now They will spool several weeks visiting his relatives in this and adjoining coun ties before returning to Oklahoma u 4- f 1- t i l LADIES FINE SijOESi fWeltsmany styles 0 is our leading brand Come in and sec the latest styles theJWe will sell you the best shoes In world for the money F Cummins aMcClary I I p f r s J 1Summer 8It f Ir Suits wIi Low Cut Shoesb w Negligee Shirts tNStraw Hats11M rl1 f it tNewest Thingsft TERMS CASH 811y Ill 1 H J McRoberts i t t tICJ4IJ1J f iJI T f iI f e1 t I If 1i 6 ie 1 KNOKSOUTTOOSERESOLUTONSt i About not buying any tiling alter July 1 1 r1- I j The prices we make on Summer Goods to clean 1 rti jup All wash silks and silk ginghams 1 that sold at 60c and up go at 3gei t All 25c and 35c ginghams and wnsli goods at 19 1 cents Ladies readymade skirts and jtJ f f 10 per cent reduction in all Oxfgrds and Slipli1pcrs Wo sell the best 1 Oxford made i It goes without saying that when we advertise t t 1l1CCSe t pSev1dllt e Sons New Store I XXth Centuryi t t i lNo crank no turning onehalf quan j f tity of ice required for other freezers i WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES f REFRIGERATORS ETCoJOHN BRIGHT JR CO In a fJ O L CARPENTER Beautiful Furnitnsj Irefloors for the coming seasons selling Never before i have we shown so ninny novel designs nt such ox ceptional prices Wo request that you honor us 1 with a visit before the choicest articles are sold regardless 1 of whether you wish to make purchases 1 Withers Furniture Co 14r tf s a tip r =THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xnlered n the poilqfflce at Stanford 01 Honcllll matter rwIIUahedtue5oaya anclFsVIIA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH Whin not lOpitdasOO will b charci4 i I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION North 1146 a m 230ru1No2SFor all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 Icarei Stanford d 11 am No 5anlveatStaofonl MSam No 211f11 T CII Stanford at 230p m A 8 PRICE IDentist Stanford Ky OfflceCT r UcBoberU Drug Store tn the Owiley I UuUdlm R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgins AMcKinncy s Store Telephone No 45 II tAAr NEW LIVERY STABLE s w BUIlt it sm Prrs JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts tReasonable Rates Special Attention to Trawling Men Orals and Ray For Sale Ae M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers Iris services ai UOtoiaoer to the people of Lincoln County lie will please you both in work price Write to him MONUMENTStnmZINO White Bronto le to tone In the monument business what the Improved drop heal sew Ing machine la to the old method or the car la to the old stage coach ItI1 a the advanced thought ot the age It Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords und resting place of ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver appearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate It J CSMcWhorter AgtO- HAB onrmARn KY J+ c+ MCGbMY UNDERTAKER IStanfordx VLy EiZWo t t1 DR Rr GOLDSTEINE- ye Speclillit of Ixiaiivllle wlll beat k Veranda Hotel tit Stanford Vifihyanl InSdayjfilj 7 itr Now ti the tlmo bontneglect your best trtend your eyes and =lasses selenttdcally adjusted Jont neg ltC your chldronseye- sOce hours f a m to i m py Iaeudampknpuhdenh f rltr tonand pll trable St tche do not break- Noroughaur VI T Lee to char Jdear The I barneu not only keep looklnzlk new Eat wean twice iloogbyih use of Eurtks Hiram OU Soldg Standard Oil- Company M 11C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEET AND SALE STABLE nones and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Loran Wood Manager CECIL S CHTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers of SODA POPand all kind of soft drinks Write for prices J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Druees Old Stand Depot St STRIf FORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 08 TIMBER lRND FOR SflLE In order to settle the partnership bUllnesl of John IJoata Jr nnd J 0 Coulter Mr Itonta bavlngdled last December we will sell 2700 acres of timber land In Adalr coon ty Ky This land contains between 4000 and GOOOCItO feet ot Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land Is close to the famous oil fields of Wayne county and I exceedingly well adapted tor agricultural purposes All of the laud Is In one body and It U a bargain for some one Par particulars apply to J 0 COULTER Mlddlebarg Ky Or to E M Hardln JIarfOl burg or Oscar Itonta Faulkner K- yNOTICE The rillMns of Stanford and Tfolnltr I well congratulate tbeaxlTai ou having at their all the htn J omi sod lnteueiy bred inllk and butt bull CoopersPedrogreat a 110100 ball and champion wlnnn at the WorltIlr Ills dam U 1wlroi Keotuck Girl 123ft7 with a butter rererd or 17 lbs till 8 oz In 7 ilayii and winner In the show tinge lltr tire Is Pedro Kara Marjoram 2SS 0 a ion of Pedro rod the great her dam U Rioter Prettr liell t lt byieIro of Linden MltH fcr Iedro out ol lllotir relay Pearl iIl73 by Prettyiearlteen generation lea a recorded butter telL Pete- rCcoptr1edro 2d wu punhaied at a long price for therefore I moit have rash for hit serrlcei which I hare placed at the lmtgniecantum of sa paddockdren Walker n Me Kinney Stanford Ky JtL Beazley CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DULBEJ lr Vnrultnre MattingsItugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices light STANFORD KENTUCKY r CBG LeXInGTOn emOClR c Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year- It Is especially devoted to the Interest of the Democratic party and gives all the newt without tear or favor W Pt Walton Editor 5 Mgr Lexington Ky i NEWS NOTES v Howling Grcena official thermometer registered 100 Saturday Turkish troops attacked a band Bulgarian brigands killing 30 ofII President Roosovolt was greeted half a million people at PIttsburg One woman was killed and 20 person Injured In a trolley wreck at Denver Jesse Rule was killed by Fred Dumb oil U a barroom tight at Catlett burgHalf a million of Lbn oDd slur dwellers were Zing Edwards guests at dinner London Is now talking about a nev coronation date early In October being favored Moro than 300000 pound of ttroworlri wcro exploded by small boys In Louis vllle Friday An explosion of gasoline at Lead vllle Col caused a loss of 807000 and Injured four men A disastrous fire occurred at Oak land 111 as the result of a sky rocket tailing on a house Gov Beckbam has ordered that Battery B of the Kentucky State Guard be muttered out of service Fortyflvo thousand acres of oil lands wore sold by Louisville pwnors to the Lexington ttC Detroit Oil Company Mrs Fannie Bedford was arrested ID Bnurbon county on the charge of bay log caused the death of her husband As a result of tho electric railway ac cldent near Gloversvlllc N Y 12 persons are dead Over 30 wore Injured C U MoElroy of Bowling Green was elected president of the State Bar Association at the Lexington meeting Susie Frailer aged 10 shot and kill ed her uncle George Jones at Padu- cah when she saw him beating his wifeTho Fayetto fical wart Is short of funds and the county magistrates have been granted permission to borrow 20000 By a Ire which originated In the plant at the stock yards at Chicago Swift l Company suffered a loss cell mated at 8500000 Mrs Anna Eli a Walsh of Brooklyn has given 450000 for a fund for the education of candidates for the Roman Catholic priesthood- J W Fassett a prominent Montgom ery county farmer attempted suicide by taking morphine and driving a knife in his breast with a hammer Hannls Taylor former United State minister to Spain was elected to a chair In the law department of Colum bean University at Washington One of the biggest coal heels on rec ord began to arrive In Louisville Sun day morning from PIttsburg consist Ing of about 800 boats and barges with 20000000 bushels The keel of the new battleship Ne braska was laid Friday at Seattle Wash Gov Savage of Nebraska and Gov McBride of Washington partici pated In the exercises The retirement of Lord Salisbury Englands premier Is expectod to occur after the coronation of King Ed ward Tho venerable statesman Is re ported as anxious to give up the cares of office A great Interest Is being manifested In tbo National convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which meets In Chicago Au gust 5 It Is estimated that 1000000 of tbo faith will be represented Western New York was swept Sunday by a terrific rainstorm that proba bly caused a loss of hundreds of thous ands of dollars A score of towns were visited by the deluge of water but only one life was reported lost At Arcade alone the property loss was 100000 Two valuable horses belonging to Dr Geo P French of Rochester N Y were struck and Instantly killed by lightning during a storm American Queen valued at 5000 possessed quite a racing record and had a famous pedl gree The other known as Babe was valued at 1000 Charles J McCormIck and his wife were found dead In a bath tub at their homo In St Paul No explanation Is given of the tragedy though poison Is Indicated McCormick was one of tbo oldest conductors on tbo Great Northern and was known as President Hllld favorite conductor- AuronautAndre with his two com panions were killed two years ago by Eskimos 1800 miles north of York factory Northwest British Territory This IB the report brought by tho Roy Dr FerlleB a Church of England clcr gyman who arrived Saturday at Wlnl peg Manitoba from York The Fairs The fair secretaries association has tnnounced tbo following dates Richmond third week In July Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown fourth week In July Huatonvllle fifth week in July Danville first week In August Lexington second week in August MaysviLo and Lawrenceburg third week in August Brodhcad Fair Aug 20 three days Liberty Aug 273 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week September Ellzabetbtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week in September- American brewers have already in rested 84000000 in and about Havana HOWTHE CHINESE GET RAN Peculiar Prnctlem In Vojrne In the Celmtlnl Kingdom It is one of the peculiarities of tho Chinese that while they leave dovolot ed elaborate philosophies none of then has lei to nay confidence In the unl formlty of nature Neither the peoph nor their rulers luc any fixed oplnloi ns to the cause of rainfall The pint In some provinces them the nettl or rain Is felt la to borrow n roll from n neighboring district and petition Ida for tho dealroil rain If his answer 13 satisfactory he Is returninl to his honu with every murk of honor otherwise he may be put out hi tin suu us It hint to crake up and do lib duty A hostel of willow Is usually thrust lute his hand us tvlllpw Is Bonsltlvc to mols ture Another plan In extensive use Is the building of ppeelnl temples In which are wells containing several Iron tilt lets When there li n scarcity oPraln n messenger starts out with a tnblnl JournlIhe pays n sum of money nnd Is allow ed to draw n new tablet fruits the well throwing in Ids own by way of ex change On the return Journey lie IK supposed to rot only bran and travel at top spool day and night Some times he pnMwt through districts na greatly in need of rain ns his own Then tho people In these places ivay lay him and temporarily borrowing bin tablet gut the rain Intended for anot4 cr place Prayers are usually made ID the flftb and sixth mtttitlw when the rainfall h always dne awl n limit of ten days Is set for tbclr effective optrtttoa Un der uch condition rain usually tau during file preerrtbcd time lIeD tits prayers art In pragma th tunbrvUa among other object come tinder the linn In win provlucw foretgMre have bees mobbM for tarrying this hamilMs article at that tune DEATH BY ARSENIC The Way Till Iolinn Art Upon Ilio Itniunn Synleiii When n fdnclo dose of arsenic in suf ficient wuititj to be felt has Itoan tak en colicky Mitts bowel disorder and perhaps IUIUMM reenlt In the course of an hour after n potoununti dew has been taken an intense burning pain III felt in the eaoplMgus and stomach This eprmda to the antler anterior ltor lion of the lower part of the trunk A wnso of con trleUon at the throat nnd an acrid metulllc taste accompany the pain Then vomiting and relaxation of the bowels begin As the cane pro greases the Bymptoms Increase in intensity Then comes n thirst that wa ter will not allay although It apparently increases tho Htomach disturb II nee The victim groans and writhes Now ho Implores the doctor to save him Then he bogs to bo killed and put out of pain The extremities become Icy The pulse Is small feeble and fro quont and the breathing Is labored embarrassed nnd painful because of abdominal tenderness Tho surface of the body becomes dark and of that bluish color that medical mon call cy nosed Violent cramps add their torture exhaustion becomes collapse lOn vulsions or coma ensues and death ends tho agony This torture lasts sometimes from ate to twenty hours In some cases those symptoms occur but In a modified form and tho doctor will apparently set the bettor of tho llseasc The remission will bo but Corn day or two Then tho abdomen will swell and Icy coldness will pervado the frame Shivering will becomo pro nounced trembling then cramps con rulslons and death FOR SALE j I have It Uhorse Traction Engine alto a new Shredder for agile You can get a her taln OIIAS Oorrey Mllledgevnift Ky Mason HotelSilts U D SIMPSON Prey Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furbished clean beds splendid able KverrJiing first class lortorl acct all trains 89 E RDILLEHAYDANVILLE o- fBEICEAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For races PUBLIC SALE ON THDItSDAY JULY 91 IMS- t not sold privately I will offer for mIll at labile auction my two farms boated and escribed al follow Pint farm of 193 sera located on the Danville and Hustoiilllo pike 2 miles south of Shelby OHy This U a nlco tract of land desirably located and convenient school lostodica and rullroadi hits a nice Troom ottago largo stock burn and a dozen or wore noccuarr outbuilding all In Rood repair The Itcatlon Is high dry and healthy tho fencing II all In good condition The arm It wnll watered by Knob Lick Creek Second farm conilit of 330 acres more or 10011 end Is widely known In this and ad olnlng counties al the old Lovl Hubble farm Thilis a fino tract of land mostly In JrraSM The building consist of a nice 4 oom cottage a largo and commodious stork brrn and numerous outbuildings all of which are comparatively now This firm Is also watered by Knot creek a never ailing stream There Is an abundance of ThtITerms of sale wllf be I cash and balance In one two or three Tears to suit the purchaser The smaller be sold first on tho premises sale beginning atO30 A W- Further Information can be had br calling on addressing N K Tunis Danville Ky orl1s IL Shelby Junction City ICy Coo S Snetay Jooca Oklahoma d Biliousness Alakc5 W Chronic Invalids j When the liver If torpid and Calla to do Its work V r the tile eaten the blood w a virulent potion Then N come eonatlpauon bluouictM lick headache fevers and malaria The only treatment that gives the liter jurt the tight touch and uru Natures work in the right manner it 1A VONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The pin touches the liver and the pellets teas lhs ty um A v 3 dote lor 1121 unta and UII jPJ s 10M your cue u eiceedincly bad K- NSS will be will txfor you melt them 4S SSs Sample free lor sale at rall dealer IFOR SALE DY W D MRODERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUGSTOREi1 MENS FINE SHOES My stock of liens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Lndios Misses ot we have the Drew SelbI1 Invincible Shoes35vcry pnir fully gunrnntocd Tvontyone yours handling shpes Our millinery stock is complete Give us a ca- llthe I IIIHUSTONVILLE CARSON PENCE1 fDKALKUS IX r Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand andIare sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes This beautiful 11ke o- JSo t 5e Datec 15ltIVflita wanting nnyikliie In our line dont fall a U see Ike ntw1Id beautiful thugs we have In our lind ame stock Remember our Mr Murray to a crudwUe of ore J countrytrbon repairlagMurray McAdams Jewelers fa Opticians Danvillea The Lincoln Oil Gas And MtnoralofflpanyMi OF STANFORD ICY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid mal NonAssessable OFFlcnneJ II Ihughuan Irea AT Nunnelley VicePros W II WerJloAenTrcas II Helm Secy DIRECTORS W M Drlgbt W HShanki W B MeKlnnoy M S Biughman JII Ilaughumu IiThe Lincoln Oil Oas A Mineral Co lias about 3000 aores of land looted In Lin cola county Ky The larger portion of this lease la contiguous to the M S Hauijh man farma portion In the neighborhood of Mayvood anti Sugar Grove eectloni and still another portion skirting Logins Creek One of the surest indications of the probable value of undeveloped oil lands is the result of oflort at development on adjoining roierved by the Incorporators oan be issued by them until the entire amount so reserved tit been told and when every dollar arising therefrom will be used In developing the oorapanr holdings No oflicer or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation forIhis time and labor unless by good manag1nent the entire stock of the company it rendered valuable by reason of the untiring efforts of tho otllcort and directors The I stock is nonaticsiable and the private property of the stockholder Is not liable for corporate debts It is incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky Itt books arc upon at all times to Its and they are invited to Its office to receive any information concerning the company affairs The butlnos it being push ed with all the rapidity and zest poliblo that is commensurate with safe bllslneastJ CLOSING OUT SALE r Our entire stock must bo closed out by July 15th We will sell everything regardless of r cost as we will leave Stanford on the above date and will take none of the goods with us 1 M Snyder Son Stanford DontTakePms Theytempararllyi 4 by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the asecretes enough toile to make the Internes t execute their functions t Utat ural agitation caused by cathartics gjd compels livereana Increasing doses to f attain the results r r on the enetsform Chills of nter F of tho y FIFTY CENTS PER COTTIB I r i