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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL l j 36JtIme seems mott untimely when he brings a woman to the turn of Hfc Life Is or ftkould be At its j ripest and best for aplI with a dread of its effect tarn of her I knowledge of the sufferings of other women at this season There is not the slightest cause for I fear or anxiety at this period if Dr IMercei Prescription is used health of mind and its aid the and IIt of this critical period are pre or cured Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription is womans medicine with a record of cures of diseases I t Diseases that all other medicines had shed to cure have been perfectly and permanently cured by the use t Fa + I feel It III duty to write you at I ho1 K much Untfll from the Ute of your k ra Jktnei n Mrt Lillie A Itcmnun of f iUumorai Wuhlnirton Ca OhiowI ham Ukcn four botUc lrro for fadv female wMknrM changee of lire Utfore I hadiwork evcnr cUr I rtcoianrtxt Iarorlle IreKrptlootoutrula auaerinx In the period life It It the Ul medldne I ooffrtkaof Favorite has the testi itsIcure Do not accept an unknown and un placeKethe timely I rr use of Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets k LAND STOCK CROPS ETC July corn reaoned We at Cbl ago Totiday Garrard owicty wheat buyers arc paying 75o I 1 J F Iloltsolaw sold to J U Uaur mAD it Co 100 barrels of earn at fft 9ft I C 0 Patrick of Lftxlngtoo bee j bought the Illcblaod Park stock farm tar ISOOCO 1 A blllon dollar paoktojj homo is to be built In Louisville br the Central Stockyards Co- Da+ Patch beat the Rroal Canadian horse Harold U ot WIMr The drat heat was won lo 24H I rem pay you the hl belt market nrtte for your wheat See me before yoll sill D S Carpenter Uuitoo- vllfc H T Guard MM to F R IlltcK eoek Use yearling tOIL by lap Bath Imp Utdttult by AltboUB 4for15000Dakar Sc Gentry have sold tbalr crack three year old raearSouth Trim blOt to MIlllOBnlre John A Drake for a reported price of J 15000 A 10 acre hId of wheat os C Va t f noys plate averaged 20t bushels A j 4field bo bad rooted averaged In and another eight and a fraetlon bushels Fog SALAu extra nice Poland e China boar three fresh cowe with Ab t ordcen Angus calves Rod 10 high grade bolter R n Crow Shelby City lys FoitSAtB Jersey cow good milk ers with young calve also buggy and eurrsy Addroas Lock Dox 61 Stan A ford Ky vWIH soil for cash or on LImo for good note ESTRAV Twoyearold stud colt t brown with star In forehead loft Satur day afternoon last Reward for bit re turn or Information loading thereto J C Bslley Stanford Ky L O Kwlng the Parkevlllo miller hoe been buying wheat at 70 and 720 1 J L Oruco reports tbo largest field oft wheat so far In Doyle county Hit crop i averaged a little over 30 bushels i NtiffiThe r 1 United States circuit court of nppalB sustained Judge Kvans In do cldloR that the L N can not bo forced to accept stock shipments out side of Kentucky for delivery to the Central Stock Yard t Prices of hogs continue to advance i r3 steadily each day New top prices arc r i established only to bq beaten tho next flay On Tuesday tbo best grades brought 83 20 per 100 hundred pounds I at Chicago a 5 cent advance from Mon b day and tho highest price reached for i nine year I W U Dcnham4 wheat averaged a little the rise of 12 bushels Ono field 28 bushels and another from 6 to I y l8made TD English bought Ii- arfeeders of John Gray to be delivered 10 at 4Jp Thomas Bradley void 60 fat hogs to Boo Sanders of liar rodsburg at 7AdvocatoI The math catalogue of tho Lexington S CarnivalfAugust 11 to 10 Inclusive be out r July 15 Tho work of getting out this catalogue annually Is a Btuponduous undertaking It has been decided to Issue 25000 copies this year of which umber 16000 will bo distributed thro lbem llaKolnr to all parts of the a country sod catalogue will be read by more than 100QOO It will likewise ho one of the handsomest of ywillcontainr nearly Issued 100 la pages uaky andj w NEWS NOTES Fire In Dallas caused a lots of 1225 000 Tom Tinker LeoOoIni and Norman Wnlpolc nil white escaped from tho Mavflcldjall Speaking of the German Emperor lorpoal Morgan say he In a great nan for a fact A child If born every three minutes and a death Is recorded every five minutes In London England A survey Is being mode fora railroad from Lexington to some point in the aclcson county coal Holds MM Nancy Jones 81 years old one of three Revoluilonay war petitionary Is dead at Jonosbora Tenn A Chicago men almost lost his life In an effort to save a friend whom It was found had committed suicide Tbo foreign pgiror have acted on the suggestion of the United Stutol and agreed to evacuate Tien Tllln A cloudburst In Northamton county Pa did a vast amount of damage Two persons were killed by lightning Herbert Hill believed to be dement ed killed his sister and probably fatal ly wounded his mother In Boston Jesse Morrlion the Kansas girl was sentenced to 26 years In tbo pcnltun tlary for the murder of Mrs Olin Cat tie Daniel H Solo 1sn formerly aprom Inent attorney of St Louis died suddenly at Oweniboro of heat prostration John Lawrence of Spencer county loft homo to deposit a largo sum of money In bank and has not been seen since la 10 ycarsaocordlng to Lord Strath coed Canada will be able 10 supply the whole of the broadstulfs for the United Kingdom Jones Well No 2 lo Knox county Bowed a 240barrel tank full In four hour U Id the bolt well In tbo Rich land field- Mlnera at Central Oily prevented the lllnotd Central road from shipping aeotlon hands to Chioago to take atrlk ers plases Samuel Boyd who W811 Dewey or thinly during tho naval battle at Mantle Bay was killed by a train at Magru gar Station Md Chas Metier who sqrvod In the First Kentucky was adjudged Insane Hit attempted to kill his wife and then gashed bis own throat Plra which originated from a defer live olceirlo light fuse damaged the MnioDlc Temple In Louisville and the storM on tbe drat door to the extent of IU090 Dy a decision of the United States circuit scent of appeals Auro Dyer must nccwpt a compromise of SO oente on the dollar on 1130000 of Mublen berg county hood A eaedatorm which contlaued three days aceompanled bjr frightful heat wiped out the artlfletal oasis In the Colorado defort causing a lags colL- imated at 1000000 Prisoners lo jill at St Jo epbr Mo used dynamite in tho structure wreck lag the roar wall and shattering win adJolnlnlNODOA lightning bolt near OITerman Ga killed three white men and two No groes who wore stringing wires The men wore working In two parties five miles apart Two other men wore In Jurod Near Prudence 0 T tbo bodies of a man a woman and two children lip parently member ot one family mutt uted Into almost unrecognizable shape wore found Tbo bodies had bajan stripped of all clothing The Knoxvllle city council has grouted the Knoxville Fa Follette and Jel Ico railroad which Is part ot tho L L N a right of way through the city limits Contracts for depot buildings will soon bo awarded L sir N directors declared tbo reg ular eeml annual 21 per colt dividend J P Morgan L Co ennouaco they will avail themselves of their option on tbe Gates and Hawley stock and will leguo 4 per cent collateral bonds to take It upTad Sloan has been elected president ot a big Paris bolting syndicate with a capital of 9260000 says a cable from Paris Although It will operate on French courses moat of the money has been eubtcrlbed by Englishmen The Brotherhood of Locomotive En glneera have expressed their sympathy with the strikers In the West Virginia mining district As a result Sup Carlisle of the C ft 0 has notified the roads agent at the Wlnlfrcde mlnea not to bill coal over the C d O from that point President Mitchell In ad dressing tho delegates of District No At Jaotlooko Pa expressed unabated confidence In tho successful outcome the anthracite strike CraigUockere of T Chamberlains Stomach 3c Liver Tablets The beat physic They also correct dls orders of the stoaach Price 25 crate T KINGSVILLE j We failed to mention the ball which j toll hero last week weighing ono p fDanrloui buildings and will shortly open a first claps restaurant etc I 0 A Walter Is in tbo wholesale bus ISImorobore Sunday Mice Mary Burton of Somerset is the guest of homefolks hereThere Is a splendid prospect for to roatoes Mr MoCarty regrets that ho did not put In twice the number of aero James Roy of Frankfort sold a horse whlob has been In care of W L Ma Carly to Miss White of Lexington for 8100 Mrs W R OundlfT has about recov ered from her broken limb She baa been able to walk to the depot twice In tbo past few days A largo crowd attended tho child rens day at the Metbodlstchurch Sunday The music and other features of tbo program were good Luther Benson has returned from the Philippines He joined the regular army five years ago and has done quite well financially having been able to save MOO Those who knew Mr J H Miller personally and other of this section who knew him by reputation alono were sincerely grieved to Uarn of that pleasant gentleman death A wild man It said to have mado bU appearance In tbfs vicinity last week Ilo wildly commanded two women to get him a good dinner but Instead ot obeying th command they went for an ax and the wild gentleman decamp edWe sympathies with our friend Mr W P Walton of Lexington over his recent inl bsp and hope the oldfash ioood colonial tight a 4 wo have beard It deaorloed without tIguns In which be had previously cggaged bad not loft him In a weakened condition John Walls and wife of Stanford were visiting bis mother and slaters here MIll Mary Qulolsn came up from Somerset to visit Mrs Penny backer MIts Mary Is a great favorite here U M Pennybaeker came up from Somerset this morning for a visit to his mother John Dye wbo was truck on the bead by Garley Burton during an al- tercAtion baa developed typhoid fover end ia not expected to recover Dye and Burton who Is a marrIed man quarreled ever a girl A brother Will Dryo will offer a reward for the ar rest of Burton who made his escape Your correspondent baa bad tbo pleasure ot a sail from Matter W Dlneen wbo Is visiting his grand mother Mrs D 0 Pannvbaoker Mat tor John William like his pretty mam- ma who was Miss Agnes Ponoybackor Is very lovable The bright little fel low was three years old July Ufa and Mrs Pcnnybackor gave a dinner In honor of tbo occasion We were ashamed of Klngsvlllo last week but It was not the fault of your correspondent or rather the corre spondent Is tbe vlotlm of circumstances Our mother being absent from homo wu have household affairs tfl occupy our mind and hands and our literary pursuits suffer In consequence Our town has not changed by any moans and wo will try and make amends by noting all the Incident thrilling or otherwise that have lately occurred Rider Ball is the guest of Miss Lena Orllllo Manford Chevolette of the C S i wad here Sunday Mack Wit lams was down from Burgle Monday E W Crelgbton is In Cincinnati on business John Howe our night op erator Is the guest of friends in Cin cinnati tuid week and J E Crolghton Is holding down the office during his absence Mrs Llulo Wall of nigh laud was the guest of her brother Dr Acton Mr Addle Upthegrovo and baby of Danville arc the guests pf her parents Mr and Mrs Hcnseley Misses Eva Francis and Battle Reynolds aroI visiting friends and relatives In low and Lexington Miss Annlo Mo Keo has returned from Lexington Mrs Elizabeth Taylor baa returned from a visit to her nieces In Lexington Charley Love has a very elck baby I am using R box of Chamberlains Stomach A Liver Tablets and find them tho beat thing for my stomach I ever used says T W Robinson Justice ot the Peace Loomis Mich Theta Tablets not only correct disorders of the atom ach but regulate tho liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in BalefParson If you bad turned your steps In the right direction my Intend you would not bo hero today Convicted Bank President I know that air If I bad turned my steps In tbo right direction I would now be in Canada a LANCASTER j Crops are beginning to show the need of a Farmers rainIter prospect of an abundant of cornIwire created considerable excitement Wednesday night Leander Davldeon has sold from three to lour car loads of cattle In two deliveries at 01 to file Preparations aro being made to fur thor Improve Richmond street by the laying of muchneeded sidewalks J J Walker wheat crop of 1100 bushels Is said to be the finest yield re vicinityEldorW C T U will hold a temperance rally nt Buckeye next Saturday at 3 p ll Tho farmers of the Paint Lick sec lion report their wheat crop very light the average being five bushels to the aero Mr and Mrs J Joseph and son Ar thur enjoyed a trip to Kentucky river Wednesday and feasted on a fine fish dinner The Young Peoples Missionary So ciety ot the Baptist church will bold an open session at their sanctuary Sun day evening The excessive beat is the general mercuryisto 031 degrees Foreman Alglcr has been sent to this city by Contractor Ray and the ma chinery is being placed to begin drill log tbo artesian well Taylor House a farmer living three miles Southeast of town lost a good barn Tuesday night by fire It Ia sup incendiaryMies second In the Richmond voting contest for Quinn of the Elks Carnival with a lair prospect of coming In at tbo finish aa a winner Jake Robinson bought nine steers of J C Fox at lie C A Robinson bought a lot of cattle at 3c W S Walker bought a mule for 1125 Dr W M Elliott sold two horses to J so Wood for 1200 W B Burton the successful trader and owner of the Lancaster training and sale stable Is hawing some of his horses made tbo more stylish by tbe docking process Tbo telephone exchange under the management of A H Dastln has be come such a thriving business that an other operator has been employed In the person of Mlea Salllo MoWhorter of Crab Orchard Grace Dunn and William Faulconcr both colored who were Injured In tbo cyclone of Juno 24th are dead of their Injuries making tbe death list four John Partin son of Roy Ira Partin who was also Injured In the Flat Woods cyclone la reported In a precarious condition Mrs Della Burnaldo and daughter Mist Willie Belle are visiting friends In Montlcello Mrs Ophelia Dunn hue been with her mother Mrs Kempero Danville who la 111 Mils Mamie Bas tin la reported on tho sick list Mrs WednesdayInFletDIDg burR Mrs John Lako and children leave tomorrow for their home at Terro Haute Ind after a sev eral weeks visit to the family of Judge Ephralm Brown Editor Louis Lan dram and W W Kemper of Muncie Ind enjoyed an outing Wednesday to Crab Orchard Springs Little Hudson Friable and Mrs Fred Friable have both been on the sick list Miss Sallle Marrs Sparks of NIcbolaavIlle ia vii King her cousin MIlS Marguerite Kin palrd Mrs Emma KaufTman enter mined Thursday In honor of Mrs E H Frank Mrs Dolph Rico of Dan vlllo Is the guest of Mra A Q Rice Frank Young of Chicago is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Mr and Mrs T A Rob erteon ot Cynthlana will spend a por lion of their vlelt with Judge and Mrs J S Robinson lIsa Mary Doty Ia visiting MIlS Elizabeth Jones of Boyle Mrs Lctcber Owaloy has returned from a visit to London Claude G Wberrltt has gone to Now Orleans to accept a position with the L A N R Zlmmer and son Charley have returned from Germany TUB BESTLINIMENTFOII STRAINS Mr F II Wells tho merchant at Deer Park Long Island h YsaysI alwajs recommend Chamberlains Pain Balm aa the best liniment fot strains I used it last winter for a severe lameness in the side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with the jjulck relief it effected For sale by CrAig b Hooker Druggists Conductor Havo you got a ticket Uncle EbenezerYeeairec- ConductorLots see It Uncle Ebenezar Say young feller you dont seem ter hew much coafy deoce In the pasaecgera that travel on this road r t tl J = I Q= = t = irHave You Seen Our Skeleton I a Sj j Suits feanym Straw Hats tiLowShoes l Negligee Shirts y Let us fit you out and youll be glad youre alive it1evenif it is hot IPlii jf S IT PAYS TO TRADE AT I THE GLOBEIi r RepairingEI 1 flI1 satisfiedE Kya J= = =t 1 Grand Clearance Sale Ip- 7 11 z l GreatReductionsin Prices i THE SALE IS NOW ON and will continue until entire stock is greatly reduced Now is the time to get goods at the right prices at the New York Store next door to Lincoln County National Bank Mona shoos worth 450 our salo price 800 lions shoes worth 350 ntt250 liens shoos worth 225 our price lGO Mona fine shoos worth 200 will now go nf188 lions shoos worth 175 now 120 Mens shoes worth 150 special sale ORe Mans 500 suits nt 208 Mens 7 50 suits at I 448 Mens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made nt 050 MOIlS 1200 suits go at 750 lions 15QO stilts well finiehod guaranteed fit special pric 026 Boys suits nt your own price Boys kiico pants worth50c clearance solo price 1 9c t C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KYII OIL STOVES I Thoro is something brand now on the market h in tho wuy of oil stoves and wo have it It is the r1 Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove f This stove 13 absolutely safe and reliable and wo will guarantee it to bake l your bread just ns brown as you want it 5u a very few seconds It saves1rtime fuel and temper Ono gallon of oilJwillan ono burner 18 hours 1 Call and lot us show you the stove i Higgins a McKinney t STANFORD KENTUCKY t t t sa LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 500001rDirectors JD Paxton J B Owsloy 8 U Shanks W 0lyalker- Cool W Carter Successors to The Farmers flank it- Trutt Company and under tamo management continuously- for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officersnr s n SHANKS President fI J B OWSLEY i Cashieriof W M BUtailT 1 Asst Cashier 11 ticdca n A preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising fromeperspiration It is a sure euro for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without Jnjury to health or clothing All the ingredients aro perfectly harmless Prepared by WIBa McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY e- y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTONI W P WALTON fer Oommlnlaner for the ti U DlitrlcttuMtct sibwill of the dttnocrcv H H HENNINGER WajrieCesnlrua eindWate for 6Ut Treat Ol DnHoenttt pirty urnlulftfl of the ROBERT HARDING- of Danrlne It t tmlMit hr Circuit Judge mfc Ject to iheaMfen of the PdaxraOc puij For Oongrets G G GILBERT- Of Sholbv A WRITER who claims to have stud led the question ueca the police court records and the census returns to warn the world BRaloat early marriage Ap I parently ho thinks that people who marry before they are 21 Incur great I dangers StiUlstloa have shown ol late I that divorces are much moro frequent among those who marry late Ol oource those who marry early have moro time in which to got divorced Even when this fact has boon reckoned with how ever there till seams to the statist clans to bo reasons to think that too marriage of minors Is ID general a mis take There Is no particularly disquiet 1 log element in the problem Early I I marriages aro much more common among the poor than among the rich I Now early marriages lead to domestic I unhappiness Should not the rich therefore be bnpplerdomaatlcally than the poor If note whore dots the trouble como in Is it the mire possession of wealth and Its opportunities that I make the difference TtiETexccutivo committee of the In tcrnatlonal Sunday School Asaoalatlon I baa decided to hold the next worldwide convention in Jerusalem In loot No doubt the object of the organizers is to attraot a large number of Sunday school workers rod pupils to the Holy City that they may become imbued with religious spirit from the fountain head of Christianity They believe that visiting the places where Cbrlat taught and suffered will Increase zeal- and foster faith The experiment la of doubtful expediency Many persons who vlelt the Holy Land come away fanatics or shaken la their beliefs Jerusalem is avllo city whore the real Christian spirit Is almost a stranger SENATOR BEVEIUDQK made a denial of the report that be would be a nand date for second place on the ticket with President Roosevelt tCentuoklans JUstI laughed when they heard Beverldge mentioned for vice president It was not neccesary for him to make a dental of the matter for nobody not even the Hoosiers and Durblnltes considered It seriously Beverldgo Is ton small a man for Senator let alono vice presi dent HON ROUEKT DARUING of Danville In this district announces for circuit judge subject to the action of the den ocratic party There are few more euc easeful lawyers in this section than Mr Harding and we suppose there are none who doubt his ability to till the office ha aspires Mr Harding Is a most affable gentleman and has many friends In the district who hope to see him nominated and elected SHOULD South Carolinas new law prohibiting the sale use or owning of pocket pistols prove effective It will doubtless be adopted In every Southern State and perhaps In every Northern State It is greatly to the honor of the Palmetto Commonwealth to have thus Liken the lead In trying to banish dead ly weapons from the country i AFTER considering the matter for a I year Lumar H Holmes of Springfield Mo has refused to adopt the name of Frlsble though for doing echo would have received 12000 Louise Friable his aunt left him that sum on condition that be make the change but he preferred his own patronymic tltoflttby lucre THE census bureau says the average lgrm contains 00 acres but that Texas baa one with 450000 acres But it was Gen Sheridan we believe who said If ho bad to decide whore to live between hell and Texas he would try the form er A 00acro blue grass farm adjacent to Stanford is worth the whole of Tex as- ADA GRAY who made the greatest Lady Isabel in East Lynne that the I world ever saw is dead In Brooklyn of cancer of the stomach Those who have beard her slag Then Youll Re member Me still remember her clear sweet voice THE Bowling Green Times Journal 20th century edition takes the cake so far It contains 50 odd pages of Inter citing matter hundreds of splendidly printed cuts and is a kern in every sense of the word- ROOSEVELT is said to desire that John W Yerkea again make the race for governor but that gentleman re membering a previous race be had about two years ago will decline with thanks if ho can f COL COLSON has nut dropped the matter of charges that employee of tho revenue service havo been solicited to contribute to the Borolng campalllllI fund and thateomo of them have paid money to Boreings agents Col ColI son forwarded the Johnson letter purI porting to set out tbo facts In the case to tbo civil service commission at Washington and received a reply from Chairman Proctor laving down the proper course to pursue Col Colson will follow the suggestions and file fort mal charges It Is said prominent olnC elate In Washington will be involves In c the cbarllestIN a speech in the mountains some 1 time ago Col Cohon told Congressman forcing as an answer to the lattors claim of Inlluenco with the powers that be that a great many people of tbo CoolIressIdays ago ho Coleon had received a letter asking his indorsement of an ape c pointment to be made for that district as representative of the mountain dls riot CHARLES M LEWIS has sold the Harrodsburg Democrat to Rev C E W Dobbs a Baptist minister formerly c of Virginia and will devote his entire attention to the Shelbyvllle Scntlnql PO ALIA postoffloe has been established at untie Pulaski county with Charles A Bishop postmaster The contest for the office of county attorney In Edmonson county has been decided In favor of M M Logan the democratic contestant t- Robert L Greene has announced his t candidacy for the democratic nomlna tlon for clerk of she court ol appeals He has been a deputy since 1851 i ion James 6 Richardson leAder of the democrats In tbo Houee having no opposition was Wednesday declar ed the nominee for too Fifth Teens t see district State Senator Charles Carroll repr- Inting c Bullitt Hardin and Grayer e counties is being mentioned for the democratic nomination for attorney general and his friends are urging him J to make the race- Representative Urlggs of Georgia chairman of the Democratic Congres 1 sional Committee cbaraoterlMs the t announcement of the president that the republicans will enact an arilltrust law as a big bluff He points out J that at the recent session ot Congress every democrat voted against adjourn ment In order that antitrust legisla tion might be enacted whllethe repub licans voted to go home J Elsewhere In this Issue of The flee ord will be found tho announcement ot Judge M C Saufley for reelection as circuit judge In a recent Issue of this I paper TO dwelt at considerable langth on the official conduct and excellent qualifications of Judge Saulley so willI oat repeat hero what was so recently said Everybody In the county knows Judge SauQey and his splendid service as judge speak for themselves Ceo tral Record THIS AND THATICicero Perkins a farmer near J e1l1I co was killed by lI htnloZIMany people are homeless and thousands of dollars worth of property has been destroycdby the flood in the Des Molncs of Iowa Montle Fox Danville Al W Pedigo Glasgow and Leo Sanders of Taylor county bought a lot of mules In this county at 950 to 8100 Adalr News No finer body of teachers can bo found in any county in the State tbanI tho ones domiciled In Columbia this week The institute Is in session and about 80 teachers are In attendance Prof M O Winfrey of Stanford an experienced Instructor Is conducting the exercises Adalr News Anent tbo purchase of the Harrods burg Democrat by Rev C BW Dobbs tbo Louisville Commercial says When a Baptist minister who has put his band to the plow turns back to go edit ing a democratic newspaper In Kentucky who shall deny that there Is such a thing as blackslldlng or fall Ing from grace and where are the theologians who maintain the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints CHURCH MATTERS Dr Wm Shelton will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 locklnlesa the Kings physicians forbid Aug 0 will be chosen as the date tot the coronation Rev A S Molten of Lebanon will preach at the Presbyterian church this evening at 8 oclock Rev J W Peterson will begin a meeting at Watts Chapel near Crab Orchard to night to continue until the 20th Rev T H Coleman baptised nine members into the Baptist church at McKlnney Tuesday The protracted meeting was conducted by Rev W E Salleo Tbe Roman Catholics are alarmed at the way the church Is losing ground In the United States and a meeting is to be held in Washington to consider tho matter In 12 years the membership U said to have dropped 300 Ec clesiastics are talking over the situa tion but beyond expressing astonish meat at the situation none would at tempt to discuss the condition gust year did slol ford of fired held Qtsh Mr to S plain him lute amlo Mrs was nlog hold E B u 440 ed long plaeo F aa from Ad tor 000 R tho the Dr A rifeTbe air cells had ot July son In and tion all the Ho the fair the any ion 4 1 ee 0 M e e Vy I Iii I Mit e ne tee i ui e a r Grand Leaders Specials jj A I 1 For This Week p I advertisement carefully Ws save you half on I every article J s It cotton 4o spool jo 4oC colors 4o for Co 1t 6e supporters lio 26c how Lit 12 1Sc bobby We mn and will every suit purvlmed of ua well made black mil for a Grand LeaderB 0 e ea O y A t e a e o o 0ifj also a nt a tarTy CO Stable ilL RmKoanM Tranl M I Tailor a Call e Is the pro in n sight aril I giwnuitee hone of rrardBorle SALE Coulter Mr WB will Adafreemt 40W Oak timber Tide oil fields lnrlr welt All of n bargain apply to burx K or Oscar wiy well at tbt and butttr Loll 1tUr Cooper plied by mpkin winner at Kntacky n Its Ltd e rllll liar a IOn olledro dan Ulster Mln by ar1 Lorntt 1relty for ais teat Pear I a long prk for his ervkea I nt row 18 founJ lliutti Ad Ky Co I Rugs for all them Y 827f Wo bravo sonic strictly good nIl wool snit that wo will sell yoii for 8108 worth Sli e- e Strictly nil wool tiny worstedsuits finely taie I bereft worth 81250 go nt 88BO Satinlin tdclay worsted suit elegantly made worth e 818 now 81008 Hoys suits nt 18c to Sfi l lull bargniusr I I Moos wide brim fur huts worth 89 special Ddays prioo 080 Mens so Ono rrillroud shape hate worth up to 82 10 t t Clays price 80c 6 down till hnlll worth 81 50 82 8250 ami S3 lecrnl 10dnye prico eBc Mess 81 ounce nriuliera 10dNye prirollOe 10 duun mene entity hate forth up to S160all go at lOc iiens IAllb mfr cloth d Iwte gn at Qc eseell 1S5 iLevy Props S Levy Manager fV o co ee 00 4h6 to e 7 balloon Wal their 14 ol In and ANNOUNCEMENT t II tShoppingit will interest you to look at three goode and find out theIS price Doing A strictly ooh bwiHeM wrruoirr IX KITION en ables rue to fell at tLvwy loweet figures qtmlitiw rotlitllredJItepairing of complicated watches a specialty If you failed to get your watch or cluck properly repaired bring it to I IT tidtufaution gimraritevd I WCH MUELLER v Mbout Long Lived Paints J Ifran get Iiold of poor paint it will be n year or two before you find out that your money and labor hue beets limply muted The tardy iconrywill not lefeeii your oxnp ra don any Make youneli secure by buying a Lnudou GutIIreeuro of Mastic Mixed Palnta are ctrictly high I grade No other paint cnvtro so murk eurfooe awl no oilier J ritlM4andi the woatlier M well The calorie are rich nail per manent awl the set is vrIoan tillage considered Dane in anti let us have a paint talk IU Pennys Drug Store 11 Stanford Ky dJ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles + a r Bargain Sale Now On L Cram Hocker STANFORD Madison Institute For Young LadiesJ J W McCARVEY JrIProsl Richmond Ky IlMutirully tltuikted In the blue grase region has advantages that no other tome 1 historyTheUnlverlty of Michigan Ann Arbor ColumbIa University N Y City tanderbllt Cal with rxmQs urtlurpaaeed ns Instructors Music department tlloptlonally strong with Instructors from tile greatest coaservatorlo Scientific appnrtua and general slutp inenbof building 5rat class lro nient Uluitratod lecture by thu prosWout on his travel In Palestine and Europe Sleknes almost unknown Oood table Nouesy teaet- ors Cued for handsome catalogue First National BankStanford Kv Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Inatltutldn was originally established as the De lt Bank In 18S8 then reorganlted ai the National Bank of Stanford lno and agaIn reorganized as the First National of Stanford In 1B82 having had practically an nobler rupted existence for 43 years It U better supplied now with facilities for transact log promptly and well than ever before In its long hooornble career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Core poratlons Solicited G V A i i PofVpl OffIcers f J S 1I001Mrrea J J MCROBEIITS Cbr W ir WEAUEN IDkpr I DIrectors IFJlI Collier Crab Orchard lit D Elmore Stanford S H Jlangbmen 5taAford- T P HILL Stanford Jal Robinson hobble J n JlaultbmBn Stanford V I Tate Stanford t T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 11 1002 i In Oiling your proscriptions wo die tho right In tbo exact couldIprice which IB always reasonable POD I nya Drug Store JJ PERSONALS ORLAND DECK wont to LoxloRtoa Tuesday thandMil V D MASON of Lancaster J was bero yeetordny E T Iii zLRY of Danville li a Crab Orchard Springs l Hev W E ARNOLD Is attending Icamp meeting at Wllmoro little son of Mr and Mr Pate Straub JrlI critically III MilS E L HINHIIAHT aid children are at Crab Orchard SpringsJuMiss ANNA turned from a visit la Lancaster MISS DORA HADOIIWAN went up to Crab Orchard Sprlngi yaiUrday andenatlMR J C THOMPSON of LaMatUr J day paid a visit to thus metropolis yeitor rs8 AXNIB TRIHHLR of JUMIOU 4Ohy pasted up to Crab Oreha KU C K IOWHM of MootKom erg Ala Is with his father Capt B V AMUftsight M visit bar par n a Is the TA yofte1MR ALIKK Lou AM Bad wife of Kai t sac Olty art gtite at Or P VV Lo gaoi In W WeH KM I AIRS JOKX BRIUIIT JIt aad lOure1 I JdMHB L M WMTCKHBU aid cal dram and Mis Mary Marn wet to CampbelUrlil ywMrJay Must SARA COOK asxl KatkaHea i atrMM JOHN J MOROBMRTS who fell ami broke a rib two waaka ago is do Loul L 0 IIPMteIII w Kallajr left yaitarslay for Su Louis jib O MANIRK ami MU Mary Mauls f Nashville art with their Rrar dath FlatL n In Olctabema fur tome tlma order hit paper saat to Pales Lick his old bama j TUB Miuw Worraa aatarUlnad a taw frianda at cards Tuaaiay nIDJt In MInor of their eoasla Miss Jot Warreu of Ifeyle d MR MilTON JoNBS and wlfaofMw 1 Oar were here tilli week looking for a 1 farm Thy were RMMU of Mr nod Mrs J S O rley Jr M sUAWD D MLACKBY Jot Q M Parrai Joseph Duroslnde and Jano IDntleW of Lancaster spent Tuesday HauLIt Mlu Freda Melpr accompanied Mr Oscar fluff mao and Miss Pauline Molar on their wedding trip to Louisville MRS T S WBB Jn and sons of Knoxrlllo Tonn have arrived to t spend tile summer with her parents t Judgo and Mr M C Saullcv MRS MARY DUNN of Loujsvlllc Mrs Bcttlo UufTman and Dr Leo F Huffman of Lexington arc bore to at r tend the burial of Mu Martha Paxton WB are glad to see our Rood friend H M Dalloo book at his place of b InmostTMB5SR3 W T MURPHY and Jo t Dye bolhof the Klnesvllle eeotlonare- r dangerously III The former who Is 76 t nouriehmoiHelen UulTman of Ilustonvlllo come down Wednesday Tho former re mained and U with her brother Jud Janfcs P Balloy Miss LENA PALMER of Klrksvlllo and Mr R M Stewart of tbo firm of Stewart It Son Stable Co Atlanta I Oa are the guests of Me and Mrs VV W Lyon In the West End ROUERT COVPKV ot Stanford Ky will make Lexington his home Intbe future having accepted a position with cornercton of MISSES GERTRUDE TCCKGRO Brad fordsvlllo and Lottlo Johnston Ma Rawllogs Rod Mabel Taylor of f1mle and Mary D Kennedy of friends have been guests of Huston I DR ED ALCORN of Hustonvllle Is about tbo happiest man In his neck 0- J the woods lust now His daught Misses Lucie and Mettle Alcorn hi arrived from New York and Chic I respectively to spend tho Summer whim Itb LOCALS CRAB ORCHARD fair July 23 21 and 25 1 MILLINERY stock at cost for 10 days Some raro bargains Mfsies Straub J 1 TUB L N offers another II 60 roundtrip rata toClnclanatl Sunday IGOOD et8ec ndh carriage harness for site cheap Apply at this 0lllco WILL soil next Monday court day IIee secondhand Wrought Iron- nge cooking stoves T J Hill At toraeylogour stock of floe oxfords and slippers at a raduotlon of 10 per cent are a genuine bargain Severance b Sons SRI our new 1ST range Cheapest ing ever put on the market Warm closet plenty hot water Ceo U Farrls I Co cotfor genuine bargains In summer dress goods and footwear His goods are tbo ben and styles tho latest DR RLIZAHBTII JAOICSOV ottcop alhlo physician of Mt Vornon will bo the Springs Hotel Crab Orchard ly lit for the practice of o-atoopBthyt BROKM UHR ARM The aged wlto a Mr Harvey MoAnlnab of Galey al d broke an arm the other day Sits gatttng along as wall as GOuld be ex pMlad thAleeday rdana sea me at the Filth Uoial W L Philips Tuts dulDqllCUJt Net rsstrrue8 by tka issuepeer+ ur aaosa la prlat lo a roc allogatfeer plaMloc ooaaaotloa HcrroKViLLH Coioa In aa l look my lice of PMaaal ami Wool seas saltl g TIM are draaay rata will kaep cool tfela hot weaUiar You must Ma for the fain A J Adam St TIM meat tblag In slow for tbe amutaasaat loving peons of car Wait Eadlt tba elocutionary and vocal con tait to be fflvaa at Alcorot Opera Hoa a Tkunday aveolafr during tbo fair by Mr W O Oraanlng TIIM Central Kantuaky Medical So Tauan norrodsburg Dr I S Wesley ef arty Dr J O Carpaalerof Slaoferd Daavtlleabre YOCR attMMM Is celled to my eon plauslook of fancy groceries fruit I eaadla aakaf rash vagatablos sto Dellgbtfal soda water aad laa cream ct all hour Glee ait a portion of your trada T Caaaaalt Willie tacaaMor to K L Ralnbart I HOTICM It has bean the aim of t Ceatral ICjr Real Ktlale Kmbaoga our options on that eases of property wbare tha ownar Is eyoeodlngly to sail or k foraadto sell and thereby sooure a low prior on sofas and Gold out some Imlaoeraent to buyers Head heir list earofully and see tho bargains offered II SILVIIR OilR irJ R DUbon showed us tba other day n sample ol sliver ore which Is found In abundance on his farm two miles from East Bern stadtln Laurel county Washington City essayists say it will run 16 ounces to tbe ton which would make a ton In the crude state worth a little over 820 Mr lllihoo would like to sell an Inter mat In his farm to some man of means who would develop the tins minerals found on it WB tooallegation und defy the atQBcal04rho politicians and made them gl Tag when they see It and wore only too glad to Jot the groat amount of advortlf for a small too Our East End pco notdwill you bo good goHAafIrloNJoao Hampton an ex soldier died at his homo on Cedar Creek In too East End Tuesday Ho came to this section from Vir ginia a number of years ego and had made a most excellent oltlxen His wife who was a sister of E T Bailey of Maywood died some years ago but two sons and a daughter aro loft to mourn the loss of a good other Mr Hampton mado a confession under the preaching of Elder J G Livingston a tow years ago and that gentleman preached his funeral ELOPED Oacar Haffmaa and 14 Pauline Meier of Danville but 6 formerly of this place wero marr Tuesday morning at tho Fifth Avonuo Hotel la Louisville Tho ceremony was performed by Rev George Goa orepastor of too Broadway Christ toodotheir city on recaptlThe110 Meier of the Highland section and is an excellent young lady Mr Huffman Is a son of Mr O P Huffman of this place and la a clever business men and a fine fellow Wo Join the happy cou plea friends In wishing them all the joys this world affords NEW wash goods Severance Ii Son TuQIBTOSYILLFIIAug 1 ablALRxhurt tbe other day by a train running loco a bandoar ho was on L sUl Marshal Jonas 1s do tbo right evatrcetawork THERE arc nearly 150 guests at Crab Orchard Springs and each train adda to tbo number at that charming Summer resort I WILL sell at public auction county urt day Victoria OFallon a thor o of One pedigree Miss Nancy VanDaveer Ex 2t THOSE owirv the flrm of Daazley ft Have are requested to settle at once The partnership ass been dissolved and a lettlamant la aeceiiary ARTHUR Qoocu of Warnetbur + and George M Ilargli of Somerset were mustered into eurvlco at tbo re Dip WHnswavlllobe played on the Huslonvlllo grounds e aftaraodd of rise first day of tbe tha winner to receive 16 d the loser 810 dayIsry stook ragard H of coat The Istook It In pod oofltllloS and big bar gelds can be secured loatH LlaalaBaaf lay at Savaraaoa A Soda old storeroom eelhd ad from other eoalesta has made It po stale to aware the public that fate wl ba la all raapaouoeaof tberaodt pant spate of tbe midsummer Thf program will oot ooly ba wellfillrd but ailio have atmg rs of reootlx talant oa the list Tae prices 8H and 86 In gold will be awarded t stieoaHful aantastants Tbe young la dies or the Baptist Sunday School will have obars r rStntaOunrbd a aleotad cfflaara as follows Captain Thomas Burke first lieutenant W V Rlebardton saeond lieutenant Hugh Smith Major J Kmbry Allen of Lex lagton aondaalad the election Tbo company Is preparing to send 00 men to tha encampment at Mammoth Cave It Is probable tbat MtMrs Jas M Say ts lay sad Abby M Warren of tole also will accompany Co G to ti aocamptrent and yeasts with It until tu return hPAxTQNAire Martha F Paxton whose lllaa s was poled In our last is ussilo died yesterday morning at 790 In her 00th vaar The end was so calm and guise the sorrowing watchers b hot bedside hardly know when It care She was cooflnod to her bed about 10 dove only though unwell for tlma before that Her ailment Inliai matins of the stomach and bowals took sued a bold from the first that the best medical aid was unavailing and though suffering excruciatingly in the beginning she lost consciousness some time prior to her death and was appar ently trop from pain Sire Paxton was the daughter of James M Huffman and Martha Logan and was born and spent her whole life 10 this vicinity She was the second and tbo sister of tbo first whomshesurvived 10 years She was a most cs tlmablo woman beloved by all who know her and her death has caused illnessheto their services and 1n nearly every Instance a wish was expressed that some kindpl0wasowmainly did by alleviating the sorrow of others She was generally tho first to go to the room of sickness and the leaf to leave It and her gentle patient kindly ministrations wore rarely equal ed In her young girlhood she united with tbe Christian church but after marriage become a member of the Prcabytcrlon shores and was an ear neat consistent devoted Christian Her seat in church Sunday school and prayer meeting was never vacant if it was possible for her to bo there For yenta she baa had the Infant class In Sunday school and her Influence over therfaprholedwas never a time during her married life that she did not have charge of one allItotime prior to her death she expressed a desire to die at sunrise and bo burled at sunset and her wish will bu almost literally fulfilled Sho will bo burled at 430 this afternoon on the family lot in Buffalo Springs Cemetery the pro cession leaving her late residence at 4 The services will be at too grave coo ducted by ltov S M Rankle assisted by tier old pastor Rev A S Moffett 10 Lebanon a good woman has I gone to her reward I WM LIOIIT formerly of Highland was overcome by heat In Louisville I esday and Is In a critical condition TilE atmosphere cooled off consider y yesterday afternoon and today la tar morn pleasant than It has been for a week or ao THE amphitheatre theCrab Orchard fair Is nearing completion and erything la being gotten In readiness for the great exhibition July S8 21 and 2liIFAIR PtuviLBOBi Sealed bids for various privileges of the HUstonvlllo Fair Association will be received up until Saturday July 12 1802 We will also receive bide for lumber to bo used in tbo creation of an amphitheatre etc up to July let 1002 Dlrcet all comj munlcatlons to W D Hooker secy I UIMIDDLEUURO A Kelsayn pie nlcVas a decided eucoeie having clear cd over 8100 The prizes were warded 01Yoomltoand MlM Alllo Lno1ban A BrantonI i illiams elocutionary contest at Hus last night nod all enjoyed the interaittog program rendered Miss Myrtle Brltton of Harradsburg woo the first prisa 830 and MUs Juliette Clyde Burke of Danville second 810 The formers subject was Perdita tbe Marble Statue and the letters Rlz GWtba judges The vocal solos of Mlwes Dot Camnlti and Vaugbt and Mr A B C Dlnwlddie were superbly rendered A bop followed the entertainment and an excellent Mppar was anjovod at tbo Waatharford Hotel at about 11 oclock RECORD Tba followtag Is the Ifrecord ol Lee fancy a Stanford boy who la doing eomaUilog for himself Grsdoatcd at Centra College in 1807 pertedsears the former In 0D11ae Reeds school and tho latter In hasbaeDtimore for the past tbrea yenta doling p9 tgraduate work In Greek Latin aad Sanskrit aDd tie will receive the degree of doctor of philosophy next year Mr Ranoy has saoured for two snocatslva years the highest honor in the Univereityappolntments to fel lowahlp each of which yields 8600 in cash He will reform today attar a months roar In Stanford to do work during the Summer for which ho has bsan employed by tbe University DIATRIDIONiALo J H Orerby aged 66 and twice a wldowar and Mrs Maggie Bcngo 36 end once a widow came down from Afadlson and were made one at tbo St Asaph Hotel by Rev 311 Rankin Tuesday toQfrom too hostile whites brothersmpoor ford City lad C c O HOTJTZJ Popular Exouraions to Old Point comfort and Ocean View Va I For Round Trip i13 Good 15 Days II Tickets will be sold July Is ned JC Aug IP and Sept I Stopover allowed In inoun tutu Full Information at O k O Tlcktt Office Phoenix lintel Lexington JOHN n IOTTS A Q P A GKO Vf HA11NEY D P A FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE horses end Mule constantly on hand sea for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager CECIL CHTR0N Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers of SODrPOPand all kinds ot soft drink Write for prices Valuable Property For Sale My residence on Danville Avenue and two storerooms on Main street opposite court nesldence The storerooms urn brick with nice rooms over them one storeroom occupied by W otherbyJ n Owsley Stanford Ky Farm For Sale Slaving concluded to quit farming I will MlIledgevllleandcultivation very good improvements wel watered never springs and In ForfurtherI A Pettus Mllledgovllle Ry i Ii 4- i Special Sale of Shirts 4 I ONLY rrm 49cIIIEACH I i ISEeOUR WINDOWS I 0 i Cummins iMcGlary 1 ift Co foQAC tI3tf t ls a J I f o aa to J qyUsJII fi iIfl t I i34 C1I Summer i l E SUltS o 1 l pYfsRCf ow u oeseJ fle tl 8r 7 Negligee Shirts 4 t eStrawJIi13V Newest ThIOw 1 t a fR CASHStf 4 isr515bm y i H J McRoberts II tI5 yd 4tr te n 9 kw 1 e t tI fha 4 Itiest tl ik Ii A SUGGESTION If t ABOUT SHInTSfGentlomcn who want shirts large enough t 1und of goods that wont flute should buy some of those 2oc and 85c line Gingliams tutu JMaras cloths retraced I 19 cents to close Wto r W Carpets Ourtains Shades Ili i j Trunks Traveling J3ng8- yKcadyMade I Skirts etc on tho second floor i I7 Severance Sons New Store J I r SiSi I XXth Centuryj1111 7 s No cramlo t1tHyv WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES 1 REFRIGERATORS ETC J JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 11 O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS Beautiful Furniture We de ire to call attention to the unusually attrac tive articles of furniture wo have just placed on our floors for tho coming seasons rolling Never before have we shown so many novel designs at such exceptional i prices We request that you honor us with ft visit before the choicest articles aro toll re gardless of whether you wish to make purchases J Withers Furniture Co c iy ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pott tflce al Stanford at spondelan matter Sagbl3sahaTuale y antiFrida4e- af 1 PERYEAR CASH p Whan sot sopsldmaOO will beehtrscd r 1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 54 Train otDrNort1t Glln- NO6 am No 25 t SOlltbMM12MaDlN- o23 II M t MM p ID For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 Stanford at lUmNo parrlreettStaaford llamKo 21 tares Stsnlonl st 230pra A S PRICEi- nrgeon j Denti- stitanfordT 1 y Offilsortr McRoberts Drng Slort In the Owilej I Hollaing RbA JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgins tMcKlnnoys Store I Telephone No 4S NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BUSES k S3N Prow JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass amtReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Aw M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bis services as Auotoineor to tre poplo of Lincoln County He will please you both in work and price Write to him A MONUMENTSPlUEJZtNO r White Bronze is to stone in the monument Easiness what tbe Improved drophead sew ing machine li to the method or the palace car Is to the old stage coach It is the advanced thought of the age It is indestructible and wtll perpetuate Ihe re cords and resting place of our ones It Is very bountiful with a frosted sliver ape pearanee Please hold your order until you can Investigate it J CMcWhorter Agt OHA1IOKOHARD KY J+ McGiMY UNDERTAKER EUUALltIER And Dealest In SADNESS 84 DDLERY SO Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford r day and ht NaYI Avguvi 8 P I Now is the time Dont neglect your best Jrlend your eyes Eyes examined and egleetOfBce hours 9 a m to S p BI r ba RlDlDdweUll rolL ndampkeeprtbdalh eD cr asaaandplMably Jdo not brat lio rough ar I y face to chili 1Land cut The oolnknet a 100kinllike nix but wears twicerII uteofEurekfc lIarne OiL r Sold 1 fInall slrn Madbr v t 1StandardE C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate EXchangE TITLE CO Stanford Ky No ltIol1M and lot In Stanford CTC roooiihsll porch In the rear garlen nelghborbood dote to churrhn atU School food mOrsmall ism Ilr taco iSO Uo ISiusll farm 37 aunt I miles from Stan font Uonssol four good roomy baek porch and 1 veranda hood barn nd other Dtllldlnp la gee Cut In six Gelds well fenced 50 acres I- tcultlrstlono0tcreln fruIt trttl rest In trui llought st eomuilulotcrs wt bargain and Ian be sold at larxain Clone to school and church Price tat jrsure land adjoining told for fO aod fU This Is bargain No sUouae and lot In StantorJ House eon lalni Ore rooms Uood stable and C acres of land well fenced One of prettiest buUdlcg Iou In town room enough In hoot fr two other cottages or a 2 front be built to the cottage and be mats a beautiful home Will be sold cheap IIIle owner must have money Xo4Two Mary frame dwrillng 7 room hall and veranda hood gnlto tenting and haute In good repair For ale or teat irkreaunable No s House and lot la Stanford Three rooms anti front rorrh Uood ganlen and stable Otod repair Will U sold cheap So House and lot In Stanford tykateeNa I rooms howl garden smote and coil buses fits o11 FMTO of MserH Mils Irom Staa fowl on tvnalj read tt sera In ealllrtlln peter In pasture 2 gol orchards sod rest la tlaiW r Two small coilifw bare anti oitbaiklingt well watered and leodng fairly fIIO 1 Place IIIn ba bought at joar price uownetllris In Imlhnspo Itt and mutt liar money Ko 5A farm of 122 urN ICMlr mesa from Stan lord on best pike tn the county Sixty astern In wheat oW In corn 5 io timothy 8 In clover and 109 In line blues asi It ent In rix fell well tented we wttered nave Iii leg well and spring two gon1 tats and out tblldingudFrooUilk furtorta inaiters tf mile both dwelling bwog en rite Tleoly fntlt trrrt and to make 66W peat Aplealld hluegrau farm and only It mtaulca drive Crepe the county stat Owner ol fine farm adjololi this has recently refused lleer aero We over at 111118 per acre No 12 aerie laaJ with nectnsry IrapraTe went V mile frow Stanltrd Owtlllng hu tout reams porch large barn writ buaets Weuwattr fenced and baltdlngi In good repair Ptb reasonable Xon Uwel11ag of six room ball sal punch aeeeesury MtbvlUlajs and garden Also large two Her itere room feet tower room supplI- eJwthoauterakelvsetc Water In IIwtUIIsa- ndtr all olslern and wen on Ie Small le- tMekfatere ODe lOll InMU t1ftlord UuiWagt InplIrepined lwelUIIIf oilglnally cost tl1QE I aMre r Wilt tell both fur HN or will rout er sill selsrately Ne 1i 19acrefara 135 mile or Crab Orchard Cy Itrick dwellluc 8 rooms two teaact betas twoliatB well end tyring near dweUtog Tarn In high aate of calllTtiKB IM acts Bret bottom sod good fjodng unit ec lrkx 0790 aa acre No 11110 sera of Fast on Laocotter Mreetln Crab orchard ppeflte Sprian In gnu no 1m proretutnta lane stock born abuodaMeTtl took wattr rnritltttWlMlog site IB town 1rkt tMNo IJ A aie eMUf and lot on footutei itrcot aushrs 7coMy iMern etc Cott l 1008No Jo MsJIwm eont- yCyiksSeuth of Blnhmend sod 2 stiles 0 IUp a1on Iwi between Dtg HIM turnpike and MssdayfirmAe PlHtJ u Otu water and ant ei hat are fIolo Keatucky la yard lies strrk farm In the county for the mosey Prim 1M0 per acre No 17A farm of 19 asses near Huttonrllle Dwelling of light rooms hail veranda etc One tenant house stock barn large to m barn and other outboUdlnns Cistern and Bood well In the yard aad water In ear grid Ml the plave Farm eat to woo ell and intelait land Na 1IOFntI of IN acres sliasrd near Kings YIltf Ky 60 serf la niltltatlon sa In timber ett In grace well watered two BCKX burnt and other outbuildings IIOOd repair Dwelling comparative ly new li within WO jsrds of Ihtee churelici hoot 10000tolli 1 C Property 1Ie1 on plka sni county road and li the most desirable arm In that section Wi will sell the whole farm or r1 KO or la tari ls of not lap than 30 acres to snltpurehajcr This U certainly cheap property No IIIarm of 79 acres near WaTDealwrg tie Well watered and bullltupolit repair Iroducilre lime none land lu sowl oeiyhtwrhooil close to school a don OGJ road 1rlcelTfO NoIIA farm of 300 acres In Lincoln county Three good dwellings S good barns aad other out building earl house barn etc about the eenUr of fOQ acre All on county road 3 mile from church well and well stead ThisisagoodtobaccoLays and would ivlt two or 1tlre mule that might want to come Inn thecae cetgbborhood Irke reasonable No 8SA farm of IIIIenlo Ctvr county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with six room good barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In HTaiIon U acre In Ilm rlfruit ITS well on county rod churaba- easellto trite only IUie No IdFarm ol 111 sent In ear county Two tey franc dwelling two tarn sad other twtbalMlfgs la good repaIr Hftleodld told o land sad la good coiuiuiinUy A bargain at loot No 57 faun of m acres In Casey county A sew two story S room frame dwelling aoWIw- adlingtnWrcoodlllon Uarna and other out d fe4ld tndccen land reliwatredtwowelsTO tprlng ett This Is a de ilrtbU boiuc 1ilee fIOCo IcpprmeS sens In eultlTttlfin rest In 110 potlomHKhoolndVn1ceZG- SOttetseabnerfor9SOera00aere firm Situated from one to rom miles from town Also buyer for but IOU saw situated from one to ur miles from town with or without Improvements Alto a buyer fur an 1900to10OQfarm close to town XyIrlreNo II 9e5a urea of land Dear Crab Orchard heap No 30 Twostorr bouts 8 room nsllreranda 12 acres splrndld land adjolnlneln Stanford Irop rrty in good repair water and IIflits In fUte ell terp at door lleautlful home I WOOO No 2t Houaeol art rooms porch one acre of ground and good stab One tulle rom town trlce iron No a F TU of its urN t mites from Stanford Frame dwelling or 7 rooms imrehei 2 bans one ilogitsbcsiul wsfonihed combined the other in extra goal trate with cattle sheds attached lam arranged for curlnt tobacco Also Ltcnrry tmukrhouM and corn crib Fine orchard rcntitK In guod repair Well watered 2 cistern tiC TbU bim h s 030 Oft plfIt by s former owner 17 yetrisndii well and Iruprured Jt In DIn uf pottoince church and school Rented for IOOJ for half grain rent and Is cultivated In perfteCoduuw 2 No 21 Dwelling of 4 rooms with 20 acres Und in Jloreland Oood barn and necessary oulbulld ng 2 wells In ani splendid orchard and 2 acres lu tt w berries Immediate pwiewlon Trice two No 33 Faratof 100 acres near Crab Orchard Sewitorr frame dwelling of s rooms hall acd repairtltwateedgoogorcbatd crea In 41 acres U corn n In tluothy rut lu grew 1ttct fJO per acre DISINFECTING A SHIP Hoist treat n Thoionuh Qermleiiln Ascent tm Used nhrn tho vessel hns tied tip to tho wharf in Now Orleaus tho first plop Is tlio removal of tho bedding clothing and cushions and other cloth fabrics to tho quantntlno shed Hero they oro hung on a raincwork conelsUiiR of 0 series of nicks mispciuled front ti IODI Car running on a track and BO arrange tljat when tho racks aro filled the whole thing may bo run Inside ono or the three great dlalnfcctinj cylinder with which the station Is equipped Theso cylinders are enormous steel boilers fifty feet lu length by eight ttet in diameter tend fitted Inside with con tlnuous coils ofstenm pipe The cylln dcrs ore covered with asbcstui om1 swathed lu felt and when tho cyllndci cups are on they aro airtight When tho clothIng has been placed Inside nml tho cylinders closed dry heat Is fork through tho pipes at n temperature or 180 degrees and this Is followed by moist heat raked to a temperature ot 230 degrees Tho pressure of from six to eight pounds put upon tills seat bent is Bulllclant to force it through heavy mattresses or bundles of cloth lug After a period which varies from thirty minutes to an hour the cylinder aro opened the racks arc run out onO tho rapid evaporation which follows causes tho clothing to dry almost 1m mediately Tho clothing Is unharmed by this process and tho moist heat In n thorough germIcIdal ngvnt It Is an In teresting fact that If n freshly launder cd linen shirt or collar Is put Into till cylinder It will cmcrgo thoroughly moist and apparently In need of anoth er starching Tho evaporation Is so rap Id however that It Is Immediately re stored to Its original condition not even tho gloss being removed Leslies Monthly YOKOHAMA BY NIGHT Lantern Illumination Makes the CUT Akin to Inlr lniid A row of paper lanterns In tho blacl shadow of n wall Is tho first inipros 6lon the newly arrived traveler has or Yokohama as he steps from his gum pan on to the wharf at night Tho lanterns hang low and alinosi motionless but nt the word rickshaw thoy begin to sway and with a silent almost rhythmical movement thlY como rushing toward him A women later ho discovers that each lantern Is attached to n rickshaw which offer for less than half a yen an hour to convoy him anywhere hIs fancy may lent him But go where he will tho lanten Is always there dangling and swayinj and dimly flashing The lantern on the rickshaw li n characteristic detail of the night life turo of Yokohama It Is a series ol brilliant dashes of color under n cloud less starlit sky tanned by a soft breeze which seems twit of the sea end holt of tho tropics with smiling doll like people gliding about everywhere It hardly seems real It isnt fairyland exactly because fairies are not sup postal to bo always as picturesque ai aro these Japanese Certain It is that tow thugs anywhere In tho round world can bo more beautiful than lan torn lighted Yokohama As tho occidental crosses tho bridge over the canal from the foreign quarter and enters the natlru city IM GOI a bewildering mate of lights Through out Yokohama gas lump poU are test and tar between a fact which makes tho lantern Illumination all tho mere conspicuous They aro not hung at tog ular heights or Intervals but mnko a sort of tangle of soft colored lights over tho front of tho buildings and COIl across tho street New York Mull Dud Express A Case of Quits Clerical Customer arousing himself row a nap In a barbers chair All hrough oh Harbor Yes sir qulto some time ago Clerical Customer Indccdl Then I must hava boron Indulging in n quiet lap Harbor Yon surety have sir Clerical Customer It was certainly Cry kind of you not to awaken me ho rest has done mo good and I am vory thankful to you for what was cfllly n very refreshing steep Barbcc Dont mention It sir Its illy a fair rcturn1 attended service nt your church last Sunday Boston Courier Trrlnir ns n Tipper Sir Henry Irvlns prodigality toward servants was well Illustrated Imo years ago whoa be was at Blurt PoInt Lake Chdmplaln He gave tho river of tho brook which dally ran fo- Au Snide Chasm 00 In two weeks nud led tho other servants with like rcck assness The guests of tho hotel grew cry Indignant because there was no ctUng along with the employees who Itnost literally fought among them olvcs to minister to the needs of the English actor and sadly neglected tbo lest of the guests Lady Help Aplenty Mrs Ransle=1vo advertised for a sennnt for a whole week with no ro suitsMrs Cumso Well I adrcrtlscd for n goot looking lady help mill had thirty tour to select from the first dayItal wore Sun- Heady For the Izierlment Ills lanceeAre you sure you would 100 me just as tenderly If our condl Uons were reversed If you were rich and I wero poo- rlIoI1etlIIo our conditions and try lDo narlom Lire Satan puts another gridiron on there when ho sees a man buying beer with the money his wife earned at the ashtub Chicago News I a v Historic Race Course iTho CrabOrchard fair catalogue con tales this bit of history about lu rat course Spring Hill Usco Track U a brood now haUmllo kltoehnped course Ic sated upon tho Identical site of the sec cad oldest race course In America ori Crab Orchard opened in 1835 For quarter ota century tho Crab Orohar Fair was ono of the greatest In tho country operated continuously by Col H W Farris known to every raco 101 or In tho United States Hero was bredI Jim Ilea who for years held tho 140 for a mile made at Lexington All co Denmark the greatest four aotIlfounder celebrities as tho Uarpors John Jak Adams Dud later Frank D Harper proprietor of Nantura Stud Woodfon county Lord Robert Alexander found or of Woodford Studt tho Dutordi Scott Billy and General Tom Dan Swigert Maj B G ThOln1 as James A Orlnstcad Hunt HOT colds Jim Soy John M Clay Murph Quotcr of Barditown and counties others equally as prominent living an dead The Fairs The fair secretaries association ha announced the following dates Richmond third week In July Crab Orchard fourtb week In Julv Georgetown fourth week In July Hustonvllle fifth wcok In July Danville first week In August Lexington second week In August tavnlla and Lawrcacehurif thin week In August- BrodhoadFalr Aug 20 tnrco days Liberty Aug 273 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week ID September Bllzabcthtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week In September 4GOOD ItKlUTATIOJJ The way to gain a good reputation Is- La cndeaver to be whst you desire to ap pear That is precisely the manner In which Chamberlain Cough llemedy haa alned Its reputations a cure for coughs ook1l croup and whooping oougb Krer ottle that has ever been put out by the manufacturers has been fully up to tho ugh standard of excellence claimed for it IVopo have found that It can nlwaj be depended upon for the rollefItnll awn of these aliments and that It Is plctun Ind safe to take For sale bY Craig locker Druggists Mason HotelMRS U D SIMISOX Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished olonn beds eplendl able I very ling first class tortCri noel all trains 80 ERD1LLEHAY DANVILLE KY- ManufMtertrof BRICKYAnd LIme 01Write GOLDEN WEHLTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil TUB QUEBN IUVKH DBVKLOPMENT 00 has commenced operations on the Dr from lIu hman 1111tl1Cledailed to begood for at loat lOG or dev and of high gravity barrelsI 011 WeU ot thl character are aluablo of our Itavo been carefullyaoleeted and botdllllfIently expect tome big in Vo now olter a limited number of Gle Dt lOc a share the par value la a a share full and oonoMeV lIv todaydon t delaywhoa we get n big w oil hits stock will fe advanced and probably withdrawn from the market without otl o 38 shares Is tho smallMt block the IMUU Remit by certified mgkMnywill money nttr or call on raddnxta 8 P Oray General Mnnager Ornb Orchard Ky or W 8 Ifontt Ifecro aty and Treasurer Uluefleld y Va PUBLIC SALE OV THURSDAY JULY 91 IDOL It not gold privately I will offer for sole lit- publlr auction my two farms located and escrlbea as Callow Flat farm of 103 aero located on the lanvlllo and IIuston llie pike 2 miles south of ShelbY This Is a nice tract of land eslrnbly located and convenient to schools tbtoflco and railroad hat a nice 7rooin ottnite large stock barn and a dozen or more necessary outbuildings all In good ro Ilair The Iccatlon U high dry and healthy the fenclnc fa all III condition The farm Is wqit watered by Knob Lick Creek Second farm consists of 830 Acres more or ell and is widely known In thU and art joInIng counties us the old Mltl Hubble farm This Is a floe tract of land mostly in gras The buildings consist of n nice 4 room Cottage n largo and commodious stock brn and numerous outbuildings all of wblch are cumparullvoly new This farm 18 oliO watered by Knob creek a never failing stream There 11 an abundance of various kinds of fruIt and berry tree The snclos Is In good condition Terms of ale will be 3 cash and balance Iln one two or three yours to suit the pur chaser The smaller place will be sold Ort 01 tho r rom es sale atOtae A M Briber Information can be had by calling Ion addressing N K Tunis Manville 13- Qr Jas Shelby Junction City Ky qco S fiilELDV Paned Oklahoma PlflirfErsmMOUSttJ DJfAiiBniiz- ItiRNr OTHllf RfRflCllV 8lortl ftRIURf5b- PR LIMN4RYnVIWYBODY CATALOGUE RWUGBp- ktis GOMIAfr now trelfDY 1S ely APPLICRrio- ItaetQi J MENS FINE SHOES My stock of hens Shoos for spring null summer wear is complete For Ladies MiasosA- VO have the Drew Solby 1 RBcryyears htuullin shoes is complete Give its a cnUv 1 the leheeXecHUSTONVILLE mQOTm KY L CARSON PENCE URALKRS IN J Carriages Buggies Phaetons V Wagons Buckrboards Harness Pull anti complete stock of the above always on laud nmltlure sold at prince that defy competition l See our elegant line ot Lap Robes j fTllis UlllcM Xe Sited wltU an Elgin or Willham movement ted warranted S3 years forM r 5 H When wasting Rnythlng In Mr liRe dont fall- to see the new And Ufal things we Ihave In oHr han hewe steak Ilemomher our Mr Mwrrair Is K of the largest Optlislmk Colhrfet In Ihe oouolrrIlIen buyciaseoe ef us we guarantee sails repairlag Murray McAdamsaJcwclors Opticians Danville The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Companyt t OK STANFORD KY IncorportedICapital Stock 20000 Pur Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid und NonAssessable tCDJ coin county Ky The larger portion ol this lease to contiguous to tbe dL 6 1man larma portion In the neighborhood of ood and Sugar Grove 8ectioDlIand still another portion skirting Logana Creek Ono of surosj Indications of the probable value of undeveloped lands is tho remit of oflortt at development 0I adjoining None of the stock roiervcd by the Inoortiorntors can be issued by thom until the entire amount so reserved has been sold and when sold every dollar jarising therefrom wilt M used In developing the companrs holdings No officer for direcordraws a salary fronjthe company or will receive any compensation for his time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of the company is rendered valuable by reason of the untiring efforts of tho olllccr and directors Tho stock is nonaiicsiable and tbe private property of the stockholder is not liable for corporate debts It is incorporated under the laws of tho Blato of Kentucky Its J books aro open al nil times to Its stockholders and they are invited to Its office torn 4 ceivo any Information imncerning the companys affairs The business Is being push ed with all the rapidity cud zeal possible that Is commensurate with safe businesst CLOSING OUT SALE jOur entire stock must he closed 15th Wo will sell everything regardless ofIcost as we will leave Stanford on the above ditto and will take none of the goods with us M Snyder Son Stanford DontTake Pills Icurethe liver Intestinesexecuteural ngltatl n caused by cathartics empels continual ADU Increasing doses to s attain the results J I acts on the liver cures Chills e and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter witting Fevers and by going to the seat of tho trouble workspermanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER DPTTtB r 1