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L I fi SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j I VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 1519029 A M NO 38 i Blindfold a woman and she loses all confi Hence in herself- I1er step It slow hesitating and F uncertain Her hands are raised to ward tike blows im which threaten her When a sick woman seeks the meant of health the ii often like a woman blindfold She has no confidence She cannot tell what her effort will lead to She turns now to this side and then to the other in uncer tainty and doubt The sick woman who uses Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription may do so with absolute It invites open eyed investigation There need no hesitation in following the hundreds of thousands of women who have found a perfect cure for womanly ills in the use of this medicine IrreguIrity heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness With a heart full of trmlllud to you for Mud lie out over the lAud your wonderful medicine r send tbeae few lion hoptog that arme orwf- fertal women will rlnrea medldotl wrlttt Mn Con r Boot of Gttcnaptlrp Pur nave W lilu1on Co MtryUnd I had auf ferN MTCtly fiora erode vrMknrM and had to v tot to tied a tret deal of the time lIa4 held wbrnlytnRdownIte rrntrlplloa and hid not taken two tnttltt when I wu able In be stand spin and do DIY work with but hitlc twin Can now tat my tblar and II never butte me any snore llttttaken Seven bottlr of Or tens Parmlle rrt Krt tM n indent of hit Compound Ililrtct of Iman Weed and Ktrrat Pleiunt retina PeeHnr tiller trrrr day sly hut daJDr cure bU iousous and sick headache KINGSVILLE li islncss ooattaMi dell A ll trt1or drouth IlmIolJ- ohn Dyes oonallton Is Improved Born to VI r end Mrs batUfta Cb volettp a floe boy Rev Davidson of Klltobarff flllrt hliappolMnient at the BapllU church SundayS btrao here Monday and Mts LenaGrlflln wbo med a dMlded mo ees4 the last aslos is again teaching dIn Faool Davidson ol Ktlliburp was the tfutwi of liar oouilo Mitt Or tie Davld oa over Saoday Mr D P Dloean Came up hose SotaarMt and took bla little den bows with him Mr Holmti a very placuanl traveling sales than of Louisville was here End II K Berry of HemierdOB ar rived Tuesday end will visit varloDi members of his ooogrocatloa and will preach Sunday morning and evening Eld Derry will also proaol the funeral of W T Murphy who died last Friday c and was burled In the Pretbyterlan burying ground Rev Davidson eon ducted the exercises at the church and grave Mr Will King lead In prayer meeting Sunday evening His subject was Love Dr B F Walter of Lancaster le- the guest of his brother 0 A Walter Robert Adams a traveling salesman of Lexington was bore a few day ago r Jets Walter of Stanford was the guest ot ti A Walter W L McCarty has returned from a business trip to Lox lOR too D B Flint has returned from Lexington and Frankfort whore he bad gone on business Wm Carey wife and von have returned to their home at Lebanon Junction after a visit to their relatives hero Mrs Emma Cbc voleite and daughter Miss Ella are contemplating a visit to relatives at Huntington W Va John Reynolds let a few days ago for Arkansas Ru mor has It that a fair one of this sec tion will soon join Mr Reynolds there when a marriage will take place Fred Burgess of Louisville Is the guest of his grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Pealrs and other relatives horn S O Carter erstwhile station agent bore but who has held a similar position 1n Frankfort for the past few years was the guest of his grandmother Mr Carter left Monday for St Charles Mo whore ho has accepted a position 1r with tbo 1I K r T road lie Is an exemplary young man bright and ca pablo Tbo writer who was a former school mate together with his other friends here wishes him success Miss Sallle Shelton of Rowland was the guest of tri Pnalrs nod Mrs John McKee Jesse D Wcaren of Stanford was hero Tuesday A GOOD REPUTATION The way to gain a good reputation is I to endeavor to be what you desire to ap pear That precisely the manner in which Chamberlains Cough Remedy has gained its reputation as a cure for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Every bottle that has ever boon put out by the manufacturers has been fully up to tho high standard of excellence claimed for Iteope have found that it can always be depended upon for the relief and cure of these aliments and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale br Craig A Mocker Druggists Gold has ben found in Lyon county i tf 1 ft ate NEWS NOTES Pan Walton ewallowttd morphine at Carrolltoc and died I The street car system at Richmond Vtt Is tied up by a strike Twentythroe trades unions are on a strike at Clcnfucgas Cuba Walter Gray aged 11 years commit ted suicide at Paris by hanging Tbo Lookout Inn on Lookout moun taco was sold to Boston capitalists While resisting arrest Joo Dunn a murderer was killed ba pone near Charleston Miss MM Llttleberry Bedford charged with killing her husband WM held In 1000 bond at Paris A wholesale grocers combine with a capital of 5000000 has boon formed by Chicago capitalists Four moo were killed and many Injured by a dynamite explosion In a mlno near Johnstown Pa Maj Gen Dorward of the British army says Japan will tight If Russia doesnt vacate Manchuria A number of minors were killed by tbo explosion of two powder msgazlnes In a mine at Park Oily III Fortune tellers and clairvoyants of Cleveland have boon ordered to quit business or gat out of town On Sept 1 thorn will be a total of 73 rural free delivery routes In Kentucky against a total ol 1J on Sspt 1 1001 a A sneak thief In broad daylight stole tbo cashiers box In the Southern Pa cilia railway olttco la New York secur log about 85000 In negotiable obeolcs King Edward was convoyed from Buckingham palace In an ambulance and left London for Portsmouth to board the royal yacht Victoria Albert Deputy Celleotor It Lie Stewart ofa Knox county with a posse made a raid on the moonshiners of his stotloe and destroyed 10 Kills No arrests were made Claude P CoilM of ShelbyvllU was arrested bjr a tpMlal agent of tbs United MIaMI Lad Offlc accused ol furl lox aeeigamente of soldUra homestead oalllli A Mexican woman has liar birth at C otronolU Mo to two healthy obit dun UM second nee bora MX weeks after ttte 8fti The case has caused oooflderaMe comment among phyil elM John C Carroll round house foreman for the L A N railroad at Corbin was transferred to Bowling Orson to fill a similar poulUoo Henry Hurdle of Naibvllle will succeed Mr Carroll at CorbIn a I will kl1lyolI1t said Jim Moroumn mountaineer living near WarQeld Martin ooanty as he sent a pistol ball crashing through his pretty young wiles bead Marcura was drunk and It Is supposed was insanely jealous The Boone Crodk Mining Company composed of Lexington and Louisville capitalists has struck It rich Inmlntne for lead and stnc on the Fayetto and Clark county lines The testa reported on bayo proven beyond expectations The Campanile a detached boll tow er ot St Marks church Venice col lapsed It gave premonitory signs of collapsing which prevented tbo loss of any lives The tower was built In 883 and was one of the oldest art treasures of the kingdom- In the answer to the suit to prevent the preferred stock conversion tbo Steel Trust makes a statement of Its resources and an adldavlt by President Schwab says over 10 per cent on the entire capital stock has boon earned since the concern began business The Baltimore a Ohio railroad es tablished a now record on Its lino for fast running making the run from Washington Ind to Cono III 105 miles In 101 minutes and making two stops aggregating 10 minutes the act ual running time being l40 minutes A daytime holdup by five masked robbers took place on the Denver t- Rio Orande narrow guagu railroad near Sargcnts Col Tho passengers were lined up beside the train and relieved ot such valuables at they had not thrown Into the bushes and among tho rocks Tho Chicago freight handlers strike same to an end with a complete victory for the railroads The vote to return to work was almost unanimous the wage scale and other questions being loft for settlement between the moo aod their respective roads The cell mated cost of tho strike totho buolncea men of Chicago IB 10000000 China through two of Its Viceroys has appealed to tbo United States through Secretary nay to Intervene In tho payment of tbo Boxer Indemnity to the foreign Powers The question Is whether It shall be paid In gold or sil ver and as some nations are Insisting that It be paid In gold It is assorted that this Is an Impossibility on account of the Impoverished condition of the governments treasury and the people Cut this out and take it tc Craig A Rockers Drug Store and got a box ofI Chamberlains Stomach ah Liver Tablets The best physic They also correct dis orders of tbe stomach Price 25 cents J LANCASTER A good rain tell Tuesday afternoon Imported watermelons are on the marketJ Hamilton sold a horse to W H Ward for 8100 Some farmers are storing their wheat with the expectation of getting 1 Capt Frank While had the mister tune to loso a fine cow Wednesday A number of Lancaster people are at tending the Richmond Elks carnival- A largo oak tree was struck by light ping Tuesday and shattered Into kind ling wood W B Burton Is buying up mules for tbo Southern market Tbo animate will be shipped from hero During the storra Tuesday lightning struck a buggy house of Joe Francis and completely demolished it Victor Lear had his horse to take right just as be was unhitching him and the animal ran wrecking the vehi cle Tho Prohibition Alliance meets at Odd Fellows Hall this evening and select readings and addresses will bo hoard Walter O Greening has gone to Dan villa on account of business Interests and Lowls Rout was loft In charge of tbo brick kiln Dr Wm Burdott has boon appointed member of the board of pension ex amlners In place of Dr Wesley who moved to Liberty R O Tomllnsoa has been In Lexington for several days at oho bedside of his raged father who was thought to be dying at one time A men canvassing for a picture firm was attacked Tuesday by a vicious dogn nd badly bitten The animal Is la bt a vlotlra of rabies The onslaught upon dogs continue about 40 having bn killed In tie past 10 days They kid beta allowed to tae- nettipolleed about the tttroow The Maioiaoth Cave xrarcloalele completed their somber of 10 Mlse Bele Markubury Earl Farm and MM Victor Lever What added to the con eeetal rompaoy Mite Jeoele HUrgiat will bsgis the public scbeot as Pleasant Grove Men day Mte+ Jennie Gulley of HyaUB vllle will tench the school at Bryaeta vllle btglnelegln SeptemberbA telegram was s here announcing the death of John Polo wbo was shot by JP Markley of Cbarapoeg Ore Deceased was fur morly a Jettamlne county man but bad large family coonaeUon In Garrard The tragedy grow out ot a property settlement Mrt A R Danny after an illness of several years from general paralysis v died Monday night at the rcslduoco ofbMrs J II West She was in an al most helpless condition but took her dally drlvo Saturday afternoon and Buffered a sudden collapse Monday morn log stoking into unconsciousness She was a consistent member of the Prcs by tcrtan church and had reached her 66Lh year Mrs Marta Bello Bassctt and daughf ter Theo of Louisville arc with J as Doty Elder A R Moore and J C Robinson aro recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Christine Brad ley Is attending the Elks Carnival at Richmond Dr Grant and wlfo aro the guests of Dr and Mrs S P Grant In Danville Miss Fannie Doty la with Havsvllle friends II M Ballou and family are at Crab Orchard Springs Jcnnlea smart Jennies One Jennies talk Is lust divine Jennloa talks of Deuteronomy Latin Greek and deep Astronomy Then why Is It ovary one Of tbe men who see her run Daisy talkoth willy nllly Dlsya gush Is awful silly All about some actor gay Hero of the matinee Hats she wears aro perfect dreams Caramels and soda creamstYet this question drives some crazy Why the men chase after Daley Times Tattler s THE BEST LINIMKNTFOtt STRAINS Mr F II Wells the merchant at Doe Park Long Island NY says I always recommend Chamberlains Pain Balm as the best liniment for strains I used it last winter for a severe lameness in theI aide resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with the quick relief 1tI effected For sale by Craig b Hocker Druggists It Is understood that a railroad la to bo built from Pine Knot Ky to John eons Island in Cumberland county Tenn and that it will touch James town Tenn Jamestown baa never had a railroad Idle the capital of Fentrcsa county Tonn located on tho Cumberland plateau Judge Cantrlll has been elected pres ident of tbo Consolidated Oil S Gas Co of Kentucky aod Indiana which la capitalized at 1000000 As bla dutlea will take him frequently to Indiana Fugitive Taylor ot al bad better begin to move further jWest Lexington Democrat ANDREW W BUCHANAN Secretary of tbe Crab Orchard fair which begins next Wednesday A clev er gentleman who Is well equipped for the olllce ha holds IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Burgin Is to have a Y M C A building Edwin L Dupuy of Oventon has taken charge of the Gllchar Hotel at Danvllla A poitofllca has been established at Swlftoo Wayne county with John H Twyford postmaster Manila Combsst has been appointed postmaster nt Teddy Casey county loeM E Corabcsl deceased W W Inman of Somerset has sue- eeded Hurry Rooks as agent for tbe Adams Express Co at Danville Judge II O Snuttey decided In lavorI ot oho water company at Hsrrodsburg Tbe amount involved for rentals was over 310000 Tbe trustee of Caldwell College have aesouooed the Intention of the board to erect this summer an additional beDdlar for the Institution which will oust to the neighborhood of Id 000J R Robinson aged N ts under ar rest at Mv Vernon charged with at tempted criminal assault on MlM Susie aged 16 at Livingston Reb ison claims to be a son of Alfred Rob inson a Berea merchant A committee uf Danville buelnota Olin by Invitation of H B Spencer of the Southern railway left yesterday for St Louis for a conference In re gard to the extension ot the Southern Iron Harrodaburg to Dinrlllo That Harrodsburg boy wbo endear oring to eat tour doses bananas throw the sponge alter eating 20 ought toe a magician Surely there la a Hold for boys wbo can swallow bananas and throw up sponges facetiously remark the Loulvtltorlmee Charley Murry aged tbreo years was saved from drowning In Powoll river near Mlddlesboro by a Newfoundland dOll Tbe child was playing on tho beak and In some way tumbled over falling about 20 locI In tbe stream The dog seized tbo boys dress nod bore him out safely Tbe Montlcello Courier pay Sllaa Bell Jr was found dead in Rock Creek He had taken off his clothes which wero left on the bank presumably to got staves out ol tho water There are suspicions that bo was mur dered as ho bad a wound upon his head and soother upon the arm and track wore discovered on the bank of tbo creekSheriff Ben T nines and Deputy Sheriff W R Elwood of Pulaskl delivered to Jailer Fitzgerald of Dan ville a Negnfnaraed Charley Bogle charged with detaining a daughter ol Joo Owens The officers had an exclt lost time getting the prisoner out of town as the citizens were wrought up and a body of them heavily armed at tempted to shoot tbe prisoner aa tbo rain was pulling out of the station The following Is sent from Columbia Bert Lloyd a young man residing near Breeding this county became desper atoly In love with A young lady of tho hlrs suit but tbo young woman failed to re ciprocate his affections bed he procured a revolver and started to her home Before be got there bo fired the ravel ver at himself In an attempt to commit suicide The ball entered his breast but It la not thought he If fatally Injury ed Arrangements are being mado to refit old College Home the oldest of the buildings ot Contra College In order to install the Central University Lay School In it next fall The entire north wing will be devoted to the use of tbe law school tbe first floor belcg fitted up for a largo recitation room while tbo second floor in which tho Chamberlain Literary Society hold Its meetings for a long period before tbe war will be used for a library and moot Brecklarldgflail o will be used for the department of me cb meal drawing which will bo newly Installed In Cootie College next year ov Yi l O o r o 4 t = hadNEATHERIE PEOPLE 111 IiIt Iliwont bo caught without proper clothingyhot weather However if yourr Inceds in that direction arc not suppliedt jwecan help yon in your troubles by fit i lhtingyou out in some of our thin things rl1 J i IT PAYS TO TRADE ATelfthi THE GLOBEi Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing satisfiedE J Ilro KU l = = =t4 Grand Clearance Sale IIGreatReductionsinPricesTHESALE ijI I 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 liens shoes worth 450 our wile price 8QO Mens shoes worth 850at 250 Mens shoos worth 226 our prico 100 Mens nile shoos worth 200 will now go nt 188 Mens shoes worth 175 now 120 hens shoes worth 160 special sale 06o Mans 600 suits nt 208 Molls 7 50 suits at 448 Mans 1000 suits guaranteed tailor IUn lnt 050 Mens 1200 aits go at 7 50 lions 16QO suits well finished guaranteed fit special price 025 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c clearance sale price 1 9c I C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KYjOIL STOVESThere is something brand new on the market in the way of pit stoves and we have itIt is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove This stove is absolutely safo and reliable nerd wo will guarantee it to bake r your bread just ns brown ns you want it in a very few seconds It saves time fuel and temper One gallon of oilJwillun one burner 18 hours Call and let us show you the stove Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY LINCOLN OW NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 98OOOO s Directors J D Paxton J n Owley- S II Shank W O Walker OeoJ W Carter Successors to The Farmers Dank d Trust Company and under same management continuously for 30 yean We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prove mutually beneficial Officers 8 II SHANKS President J D OWSLEY Cashier w M nutonr Asst Cashieri 4nticicr 1 1JA preparation fo eradicating the dis j agreeable odorsiarising from perspiration j It is a sure cure for the odorsjfrom perspiration on any portion of the body without jiujury to health or clothing All the ingredients arc perfectly harmless Prepared by at weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST I STANFORDJKENTUCKY Ia 1 i i 1 t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii i CsnJIJtte for Ittllrrtd Commtulontr for tbe U Dlitrict lablKt to the will of the democracy H H HENNINGER 01 WilDe County U a uedidate for State Trc nrtr to the action of the Democratic puty ROBERT HARDING- of Dinrllle 1 a ciniltdtte for Clrnilt Judge ub Jett to the action of the Dtmoentlc party For Congress G G GILBERT- Of Shelby PRIMARY ELECTIONS Ao editorial la the last Issue of the t Danville Advocate on the general subject of primary elections merits thoughtful and Intelligent consider tlon The temper of it Ii admirable It Is vigorously written and the exprei- Blon is lucid ThO INTERIOR JOURNAL concurs with It In all respects sod com monde it to the democracy of the State u the most Incisively written article on this subject which has yet come to Us notice We quote an extract Nor can It be Bald that the pri mary has ever been disappointing On the contrary It has practically demonstrated the fact that It Is the choice of the party by strengthen log and uniting It on the nominees The same can not be paid to have always been strictly true of conven done Sometimes they leave the party a compact organization and sometimes they do cot Occasionally fights which have been develop ed on the convention floor are car rled before the people who are atone and the same time called on to eupport the nominee and to listen to complaints of injustice and un fairness from those who from past records at least seem to merit a hearing Unhappily there Is much truth In this extract All people ought to learn by experience All people do learn by experience some more and some less exactly as they learn in varying de gree at any other school There Is no method yet devised to ascertain the will of masses of people which is per fect either from a legal political or moral standpoint Irregularities and rascalities will creep in despite vigilant effort and honest purpose to keep them out This is perhaps often duo to the unscrupulousnees of manipulators rath er than the fault of the system But what the people need to have U that system which affords the least oppor tunity to commit fraude and rascalities Beside this in a government where the people are sovereigns they should give to themselves the fullest fairest and easiest methods and opportunities to make known their sovereign will It Is almost ridiculous to suppose that in courtbouse conventions called to as semble at a specifically named hour and minute the masses of any politi cal party have the chance or opportunity to be heard The voter who lives from five to a dozen miles away has no showing with the inhabitants of the county seat Eyen In precinct conven done much injustice may be and often Is done the voter even when the convention is conducted strictly according to the call of the governing committee This precinct convention is always called for a certain definitely fixed hour say at 2 oclock P M Exactly at that minute the chairman calls the meeting to order and proceeds to take the vote Those who live close to the voting place or those who have the fastest horses or those whose wives get their dinners for tbew earliest bavethe advantage of the voter who lives more remote or whose horse Is a little slowor whose wife burdened with household affairs may he unlucky about the din ner hour People In the country do not have that exact standard of time of the people living at the county peat The latter regulate their time by the town clock and all are in accord Coun try people all have clocks and watches but because of different brands of timekeepers very few of them are In ac cord The chairman of the convention will have his standard and the voter Of the precinct another and the clock of each one of those voters may differ from the clock of his neighbor Thus it Is that confusion arises and dissatisfaction results The voter goes to the conven tion but finds that for no fault of his own he Is disfranchised He cant vote In general elections the law gives him practically A whole day and fur niches him a voting place as near his home as is practicable Let us have the primary by all means It Is not the tricksters convention It Is the peoples convention It U not the cliques gen j t eral assembly It Is the grand conclave of the mighty sovereignsC- OMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY Rou ERT B FRANKLIN of Frankfort has announced his candidacy for the demo cratic nomination for reelection Every lover of democracy and every admirer of a man who does his duty on all occasions should support Mr Frank lin His efforts to punish the scoundrels who brought about the death of I Gov Ooebel entitle him to what he wants In Kentucky without opposition and without effort r- r WHEN the Congress of the Unit id States voted to pay 7000000 to Rus sill for the barren waste of Alaska i one expected that there would be aav financial return on the money Inyeste I The purchase was made as an cxprem aloe of friendship for the only pow r which had been favorably disposed ti ward the union States throughout tK civil war For years the great waste lay Idle No man thought It worth while to explore Its barren and frozen valleys When the news of tho dls covcry of gold reached the Pacific coast of the United States the world was astonished Now It Is learned tbr t south of Kenal two great coal field a have been found Their value to th country will be double that of the gol fields If the reports of their extent aDd the quantity of the coal havo not bee D wonderfully exaggerated Tho last numbers of the Engineering magazln and the National Geographical magi zlne have articles on the subject In the Engineering magazine Mr Hat rlngton Emerson ascribes Great Brit alns maritime supremacy to her coal mines Even if the Atlantic remain for years dominated by British ship ping the time Is not far off when th i United States Is reaping the reward tits f demonstration of friendship over 3o years ago in paying Russia what seemed a large price for supposedly worth less territory SENATOR TILLMAN has registered i vow that he will oppose his colleague appointment to the United States court claims bench on the floor of the Senati and says that he will not confine his opposition to secret sessions but that he Intends to say in open Senate and eai plainly why his colleague should DOt be confirmed as a judge Mr Tlllmat Intends to place on record all the vile gallons that have been made charging Senator McLaurln with betraying hit party and in addition his own personal criticism and his own reasons for deny ing Mr McLaurlns confirmation for a lifelong position The threat has awak ened the president to the gravity of the sensation and It Is said that he Is cast log about for some position outside the judiciary for Mr Tillman has told his friends that ho would not carry his opposition to an appointment that was not to the bench It is to be hoped that Tillman will not weary in his efforts THERE are now 15 republican repre sentatives from States usually Included in the South Some of these States have made changes in their voting laws since the general election of 1000 tIthe expectation among the members ofI the republican Congressional commit tee Is that while the republican repre sentation from Maryland now six a solid delegation will be reduced to three and perhaps one district will be lost In Kentucky these losses will be made up by republican gains In Mis souri but It seems they are reckoning these without their hosts There Is ev ery Indication that the democrats will control the next Congress The people are going to see to it even If the Lou isville Poet a democratic newspa per does think It will be a catastrophe THE sale of the Lexington Morning Democrat at public auction announced for yesterday did not take place By agreement between the contending stockholders the sale was put off until a later date the motion for a receiver was withdrawn and an amicable ad justment of the differences was reach ed The sale of the paper at auction what Editor W P Walton wanted all the time will be made in a few weeks THERE is no doubt about the policy and the principles of the democrats The democratic policy Is against the trusts and for tariff reform and for Philippine freedom If the people real ly want these reforms they will vote the democratic ticket All political In dications point to democratic victory in the fall elections and In 1001 You cant fool all the people all the time The republicans have reached the limit IT begins to look like the State offi cers for election next year will be nom bated by a primary If so the honor sad the glory will belong to Editor James M Richardson of the Glasgow Times The plan works admirably In a number of Southern States and it le- the fairest method for nomination yet devised IN September 1806 David B Hill wrote to a friend I was a democrat before the Chicago convention and I am a democrat still very still Mr Bryan holds this statement up to the public and it will doubtless operate against the New Yorker FROM what we hear congratulations will soon be la ordor for a handsome mountain editor and a still handsomer mountain lassie We extend the glad band in advance and promise to give names next Issue Andrew Carnegie has given 8100000 to Clark University as a special fund In honor of Senator Hoar Sheriff Cudlhee sends word to Seattle Wash that he thinks he has Outlaw Tracy surrounded again John Thompson Gray perhaps the oldest native citizen of Louisville Is lead Gov Beckbam is the guest of Elks at Richmond I POLITICAL oHoa Oscar Turner formerly COD grctsman from the Loutsvlllo dletrh Is dead The pojtotllco at Darlington Bardin county has been ordered dlicontlnui after July 31 eRev Law G Wallace of Pendleto a for the democratic nom nation for state superintendent pul He Instruction In his letter to the Tllden Club Mr Bryan touches up Mr Cleveland ID caustic fashion There being no other candidates tbe lion J M Lasting was declared tho democratic nominee for circuit JudAe 11Qr tbo Otrcnton district A Louisville man has invented a mat chloe which adds subtracts multiple and divides Eureka Now wo maybe able to figure out how Senator De boe came to bo elected Loulsvlll Times Gen Jacob H Smith who issued tbe kill and burn order in Samar aad was convicted by court martial of vlo latlng the rules of war has been ad monlsbed by the president and from the active list retiredI Editor Knott of the Louisville says a Walterson democrat pants hind part before A Knot democrat if there be any such a vai mint doubtless wears no pants at all Lexington Democrat State Chairman C M Barnett other republicans filed a suit at aadI ford to enjoin the democratic I tee of the Sixth judicial district Iron holding a primary on the regular ales tlon day in November to nominate can dldates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney The Texas democratic conventlot met and organized Tuesday at Calves ton The feature of the days proceed Ings was an ovation to Judge John H Reagan who responded In a brief speech to a laudatory resolution adopt ed by the convention Congressman Lanham will be nominated for governor by acclamation Prof Albert Bushnoll Hart of Bar vard University in an aidrejs at Chicago University declared that the Monroe doctrine was a dead letter and that It was Impossible to police all of the Americas without being constantly embroiled In International trouble He declared that John Quincy Adams was the solo author of the doctrine CHURCH MATTERS The new Christian church at Beech Grove McLean county was demolished by a storm Rev Wm L White a prominent Baptist divine of Alabama Is dead at TuscaloosaDr Shelton wilt preach at the Baptist church at 11 oclock Sun day morning QThe Rtv T F Tallaferro of Bloom field was elected chaplain of tbe Frank fort penitentiary Carrie Nation who Is said to have joined Dowlos church pronounces him a fraud The hatchet slinger certainly has lucid Intervals Lexington Demo cratRev John S Brows known as Fath er Brown died at the age of 00 years Be was one of tbe few survivors of the famous Brook farm experiment and was probably the oldest member of the society of Phi Beta Kappa In the Unit ed States 1 am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach dt Liver Tablets and find them the best thing for my stomach I ever used SIl1S T W Robinson Justice of the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only correct disorders of the stom ach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in elect Price 25 cents per box For sale by Cralg 8 Hocker Druggists A feature of the etreet fair to be held In San Francisco next August during the International gathering of the Knlghtd of Pvthlus will be Nevada countys exhibit a gold brick worth half a million dollar- sFouryearold a Clarets Gross of Bowling Green has sued the jailer of War ren county for 5000 damages He was put In jail with his mother J Tony McFadden a constable at Lex ington dropped dead LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route Knights of Pythias Ban Franelio Cal Aug 1113 Finest train service In tbe world Low rate tickets good on allllmlted trains for tbe above occasions Be sure your tickets read via the Queen 5 Crescent Uouta and get good service Valuable Property For Sale My residence on Danville Avenue and two storerooms on Main street opposite court house Stanford Ky are tar toll dence is a twostory brick wltn 10 rooms The storerooms arc brick with nlco rooms over them one storeroom occupied by W B Mcltobcrt as a drug stern and tho other by Wm Severance for dry goods Address h B Owsley Stanford Ky Farm For Sale to quit farmIng I will tell myfarm of 125 acres on Mllledgevllle and pike It Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wel with never failing springs In best neighborhood In Lincoln county Fore further call on or write to W A Pettui MllledgeTllIe Ky a r Poc ee i iai r e ie a S a See te tte s a 1 i 1 The Grand Leaders Specials l i For This Week S I i e i Read this advertisement carefully Ws save you half on i every II l spoolII a 5e palely plus 4a l obospool silk nil color 4c- ft palm lent fans for tic 5c hooks nnd eyes Sc Largo size towels lie Ic fans for lie 425e moils hose supporters 15c Cc hair Itiner4c 60c neckwear 25c a Ladies good black hose 50 o Childrens 2bo hoso 12 l2c x1Clothing is our lobby Wo can nut will i save you on every suit purchased of iWe will sell you n well made black suit UII to nt I ftLeaderSr r S i Hays Levy Props Levy Manager i ij S SS S yS iieor aa aS Aa S i 1 fa a e eetee e 5 ll FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Hones and constantly on and for sale at all times W Logan Manager ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE SY Manufacturer o- fBRIC sTAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o For Prices JH BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STR1 FORD KY New and Turnouts at Rmsonabl Special Attention to Travel- Ing Phono No 91 HeC RUPIEY Tho Marchant Tailor STANFORD KyIGoods Warranted GuaranteedGive Call REf4EMJ3EJ That socalled cheap insurance is tho dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the premium may cost a hundred in a lossThat only solid cash in sight null experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in tho Homo of Now York can lx relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Onrrard Doyle and Casoy Counties Kentucky TIMBER LMD FOR SOLE In order to settle tbpartnership business of John Bonta Jr and J Air Ilonta having died last December we will tell 2700 acres of timber land In coun ty This lend contains between 4000 000 and 5000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land Is close to the famous oil fields Of Wayne and Is exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes Is In one It a bargain for some one For particulars apply to J COULTER Mlddlebnrg Ky Or to E JI Hardln Harrodsburg or Oscar llonta Faulkner Ky JLI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers sun nuLsaU na Furniture MattinjsRuga They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give theta a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY S27511o have acute strictly good nil wool w r suits that wo will soil you for S40N worth SN 10 Strictly nil wool clay worsted suits finely tai e a lored worth 812f 0 go at 8800 Satinlin ed clay wonted olognntly nmde worth S a i now 81018 Boys suits at 48c 85 l nil bargains Mens huts Mens wide brine fur hats worth S2 special 10day prieo 08c lions hue railroad shape hate worth up to 82 10 days price SUe fi dozen Mill 1m tu worth Sl e CO 82 8250 nUll 80 special 10days prico OOc Mens 81 ounce crushers 10daya prico ee hoc 10 dozen straw hats worth up to 1 SlfiO nil go at lOc Mend summer cloth hats go Co each H t f a fl S B a e 4 SS ii Y ia a a e jna Mules hand Wood Write Rates Fit a you 0 Adair of 0 suit S18 mens I ANNOUNCEMENT JI n select variety of the very latest styles of IIHlwing Bags Chains and Fobs II a Silver Novelties c it will utcroet you to look at those goods and feud out thee II Ifhi I P W H MUELLER I About LongLived PaintsI- f i you got hold of poor paint it will be n yoar or two bofbro you find out that your money and labor have been watted The tardy discovery will not lavon your tion any Make yourself secure by buying n brand 11111Jbo sure of Mantic Mlxod Points arc grade No other paint covers so mush turfaco nUll no withstands tho weather to well Tho colors arts rich anti ljrtfmnncnt and tho cost is very low all things considered Come I in and let uu have a paint talk I t1 Pennys Drug Store IJKy m Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles I Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hooker STANFORD a i Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky Beautifully situated In the bluegrass region lira advantages that no other female college In the State affords Just closed one of the most successful sessions in its history theUniversityInltruetoriFrequentlIIutratedness almost unknown Good table No fussy teachers Send for Itandsomo catalogue First National I BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the UopoMt Hank of Stanford in 1858 then reorganized as the National tank of Stanford in J8C5 and again reorganized as the Ktnt National lank of Stanford In 1852 having had practically an uninter rupted existence It is betterfacilitiessupplied now with for tranlatI- nlt nslncis promptly and well than ever before lulls long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor- poratIons Solicited = I Officers J S nOOICER Irest J J MonOllFltT9Cbr i W n WEAUEN Bk- prDirectors i P Reid Lincoln CoIS T lIarril JII noclcer LIncoln 00- W p Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Crab Orchard 111 n Elmore Stanford o n Daughllan Stanford T P hill Stanford Jail Robinson Ilabble J n Bnnghman Stanford Y 1 Tate Stanford 1 Yr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY lR10021 In flUInc your wo uso i propor1tlonll yon UB price which la always rcnsonablo Pen nrs Urne Store tPERSONALS Mn M P EuriN loft for Cblo io WcUuoiUay Mil A II SHVBRANOBwai over from JcssHtnlno county EKNKST WAIWBN came down from Mlddlceboro yesterday MRS C T DOHON of Hudtoovlliu la with Mr T J Poster TKAIN MASTM L hh WBSTHHKIHLU T U oojoylng a month rest Miss JAMERON of Iarli U the guest of Mitt Luoy Miller Glvcna MR AND MRS C W ADAMS of Bus toovlllo wore bore yesterday DR AND MRs J W AOTON Of Klnjjivlllo wore here yesterday I fMItB 1MtY J MILLBK wbo It at Spring It very sick l MltIL E SALLKK and wife of Dan f I tllle dayMISS patted up to Livingston jester t J JOSDIIIINB IlAYDKN of Paris U with her grandmother Mrs PamelU Drown Miss MYRTLE AiitiAMB II with her aunt Mrs AI Grccnbum at Vcr lallle Miss ANNIE KUNNEUY of Rich mood It with Mines Maggie and Polly Traylor DR J F PRYTOX and Mutt J O Hays and Kd Carter are at Dripping Springl SARA HAOKLKY is vlettia Mrs Anna Wltbortpoon Drye at liar rodiburg Mn AND MRS J OlIRISTMAN arc spending the week with relatives a lllchmood CUARLKY DOIION J R of tho Wes t End is with his relatives Mr and Mr TJ Foster Miss MAR MoCULUAii of Ruarl Springs Tenn Is with her sister Mm t N U AlUo Mus J FRANK WALTON of Clooln oat has joined her ton at Mr and Mr Horace Drown MIss BEDLAM ANAnsPALB of Har rodsburg has bon with Mile Irate Boglo Buitonvlllo Miss 1ouv TRAYLOR of StanfordE lI the guest of Mr Aroblo Robertson 9 Lexington AvoNowl GnOItOF D WBATilKKTORD Of Hut i tonvllle was here Wednesday on hi I I t way to the Richmond lairTMIBS JBSRIR D COOKB of Nashville wbo Is visiting Min Anna held at fluMtonvllle has been quite 111 I MR DONALD DiciC and MUs Joan Dick of Crab Orchard were here Tuesday enroute to the Richmond fair t Mnfisns j T IIAVB and A K Walker of Garrard were hero jester jy day The former paid this office A call ROUKKT AND CARTER LooAN of Loulirllle are visiting the families Ed Carter and J II Baug manJMRS WALTBR PBRKINS and con George of Garrard returned with Mln Jennie Newland yesterday and are her guests r MR ARM DIIOADDUS his pretty t bride and Mill Ella May Saunders went i fUDto Livingston Wednesday to visit W R Dllllon MR E P OWSLBY wife and daug upPwbo are glad to leo them MRS LRRHUKFMAN and Miss An Huffman will leave In two week for tboIi Edltbkman of Florida aro guests of MUs An DO Cover at her country homo Miss FANNIE PEARL VANDIVEER is 0 learning to be chlaf clerk In the post ofllco In the place of George D Flor Ieoce who will return to school soon Miss MARY A MCROIJERTS will en tcrtaln from 5 to 8 this evening In hoe or of MInci Lottie McRobcrta of Lan caster and Josephine Hayden of Par j1 fIIMRS MATTIE ALVERSON mother of I Mr JM Alverton of this office weight blues and four red lice on cake 1 etc at tho Richmond Elks Fair Mrs A Is hard to beat In the cake linos 4 takIat Borca are young men than Mr Sautley and bis friends i d hero gave him up with much regret Washt 3 i Government Printing Olllce to tbo Treasury Department at an Increased salary 1 Mn AND MRS M D HraiiES Bro in LouUvllle for a few day They aro expected home next week from a do ligbtful visit to their daughter Mrs Percy Noland of Lynd Washington Mrs George A McRoberta of Coving ton le visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joo Burnslde Misses Naun Earl Tanner of Tons nod Ruth Tanner of McKlnnoy are guests of Mrs W K Shugars Central Record i 1 Clt3IeMSS SELMA XIMMKRMAN of Flori da Is with her slater Mrs Charles E Cox MIss Fu1ttENCr TRUeHEAttT leaves In a few days for a visit to relative at Huntington W Va MR R n09r sTEIN Is running the Now York Store while Mr C Ro en roodlI who suffered a of paralysis soma day ago Is coodltlonIIons frlouds woro delightfully entered lost evening In honor of her guMt Mice Jarotton of Parse Miss Olveok proved a very charming hostels LOCALS l MUTHS bread at Ferris ft Coe SUJIMBRearnest again with us a CRAU OooilARD fair July 23 21 and 25 II I SEE our new 127 sago Cheapest thing over put on file market Warm lag closet plenty hot water Geo H Farris Se Co II Intpclean as a now pin and as pretty as a girl of sweet 1- 0Titecolored people of Hustonvllle beilonlnRWednelthe grounds of tbo white association COL J P CHANDLERtulle us that clHuswovillobard to find a better man for file Job M SON have moved their itoek of goods to Loultvllle They did engthe manager Charley Snyder became dlsiatlifled Utore to meet In tho Icetur room of the Christian church at 4 r M Wednesday 28rd Important business Is to be transacted PBAOHBS Karly last week KxMay or William Daugberty enjoyed luscious peaoho from his own orchard lie COIl tainly dues bead the list In this section as a raiser of early peaches MARSHAL RIDDIK of Crab Orchard patted throuh to Douglas county Illi Dole Wednesday altar Boyd Blanton charged with killing a man named Uurkbart In tlarlan county two rant ago HORTON J U ElOrtoa aged 23 died of typhoid fever near Klngivllle uesday after an Illness of three weokt A wife and several children survive r Horton woe a good citizen and strict member of the Christian churot- pep MORRIS PlUm received Tuesday from hi parent at Nonogradwolenik Rui da a box of loans etc that bo great ly appreciates Most of tbo work was- dono by ills aged mother and that makes them all trio more treasured by him 01WEDNESDAY wal the time for t regular annual meeting of tbo Cu berland Valley Land Co Tbo old board WAil reelected by tbo stockholders owing to the sect that a quorum of t directors was not present no btnlne was transacted Ofl TO OTbo vote on the issuance j 0000 worth of geode for trio erection Wedgebs fag against Now that the mooted question Is settled lets bucklo down bnoe DIUDOF HER BURNS Mary Eliza Anderson colored who fell with lamp at Mr T L Carpenters In t West End tomo 10 days ago and was fearfully burned by the explosion that followed died Wednesday night after Intense suffering Both Mr and Mrs Carpenter sustained severe burns whl trying to oxtingulib the flames Ton Crab Orchardtalc bogies next Wednesday 23rd and It premises to bo a success from every standpoint Stock will be thorn from many counties and the prospects for largo crowds dally are most flattering Excursion trains will atoail given from all point on trio L Jr N Go and have a good time and at the time help a laudable county en tdrprlso along DANVILLE A B Robertson B arc preparing to Install In their to a system of Barri cash and parcel ca tiers an Improvement that is belt generally adopted by all up todate stores It will bo Installed about first of next week Ten young ladf representing as many different towns have entered tbo vocal contest to given at the opera house next Tuesd night Mrs Richard Foley who has been in tho millinery business In Dan vlllo for many years has sold her etaro to Miss Mlnnlo Eastbam Some con fusion has arisen with regard to ti dates of tbo two fairs In Danville this year Trio white fair will bo held Au gust 0 7 and 8 Cbenault Huguely threshed a crop of 10 acres of rye which averaged 31l bushels to the aereAi rococo NEW wash goods Severance Son I r HUSTONVILLE FAIR July 30 31 and I Aug 1 II I PURE pickling vinegar John Bright Jr Co II- r Go to urn Clco Drown where you can get your Summer millinery accent SHE ourstoves ranges before you buy Terms soap George IL Farris fc Co II Nsw outing other pretty and stylish millinery just In Mrs Garland Singleton selTuesdaya beautiful line of Duck Linen and Felt Outing date Mrs Oleo Drown A NLa1nBR ofoung people from Stanford were guests at a swell 0 I oclock dinner given by Miss Jean Warren at Warrenwood near Dan vllle heWirttday the patrons of the Crab Orchard talc willed begins next Wednesday are not likely to want for something to terest them I Sadoe15000 acres of lu catj tnationgin at once SOME 20 or more couples were charmingly entertained Tuesday evo og by Misses Katherino and Sara countrlbomoful lunch was caned which was great ly enjoyed by those who were fortunate ough to be present NOTICE beams tbo aim of the Central Ky Real Estate Exchange to properteY S to sell or It forced to tell and thereby secure a low price on soma and hold out some Inducement to buyer Read their list carefully and leo tbo bargains oaeredIIMiss HOST J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard Springs bat Issued a band some fourpage folder setting out the advantages of his model Summer re sort Some splendid cute appear In the well gotten up advertisement Miss Saeray Stanford excellent photogra prier made the pictures from which the cuts were taken Tux attention of our readers is call ed to the advertisement of tbo two byGeorge beas on arm as Bread Point near tho Knob Lick ShelbyOltypcctlvo buyers are Invited to look at both place when they desire and take dinner with mo at the Trlbble House Junction City on the day of sale I will also sell at the lame time 100 acres of growing corn and rent 100 acrei of TmBeech Point farm contains 193 acre alsohoroomssearm one acre of land Remember both place ofShelby HUSTONVILLEt representedtnext week Misses Rose and Marguerite McCor mask entertained the young society 6opeople very delightfully at their homo near town Wednesday evening Miss Myrtle Dryc of Bradfordsvlllo Mrs Thomas and Mr Burkwln and wife of Cincinnati are with Miss Mla nale Dlnwlddto Miss Miller of Boyle with Miss Josio Goode George D Weatherford Is In Rich mood ostensibly to attend that Fair but really to have a now cut made for the Hustonvlllo Fair Dally which pea pIe who have known him only for the past 20 years may be ablo to recognize Mrs M J Adams of Danville Is with relatives here Miss Anna Crowe leaves next week for an extended visit to friends In Lexington and Nicholas vlllo W B Powell Is In towQ copra tenting the harness house of Powell Sons Danville M G Thomson prin isroaddingra Irtowngstring of valuable horses ho will bring Fairea 18Qhuno bought 50 yearling mules at 855 Harrodsburg Democrat William Parrls Is In Jill at Knox toaW A Owings was kicked and severely hurt by a horse One hundred and fifty cases of small pox are reported at Stonega Va John Anderson wile murdered his wife was lynched at Owcnsboro HUBHLEITllford Meteor hoe bought him a now hay baler A R Mooro will till his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock recentlyboredcommunity as the water le good iron and plentiful oburebhaveroof pointing of their church to be done next week on hogsbarley blmjleUtheir families are visiting in Lexing ton Mr and Mrs Wm Tewmy were here a law days last week with their parentsC Wither sold some oats at 110 per ton delivered In Stanford Dr llcklo sold his bay horse for 876 John toblnson lost a good mule from over at last week Miss Flonnie Hammonds Is with relatives In Somerset for a tow doge J rlllbtbadlyat work at isle trade In Danville with muel Harding L C King sold the remainder of his corn to Lancaster parties at 325 at crib Garrett Woods has contract croplaSwlnebroad has sold some of his crop at 60o delivered In Danville James McKechnlea lather from Wayne Is visiting him for a few days Mite Ila Rankin will teach our public school this Fell Dr HJcklo will teach at Crab Orchard We are glad to note that Mrs E T Minor Is at dome from Joseph Prlco Infirmary doing nicely CarpenterEd nence where he has a railroad contract MATRIMONIAL James R Vlnson and Miss Minnie W Davidson were married Wednesday at H T Davidson near South Fork FOR SALE j I have a 12hone Traction Engine alto a now Shredder for sate You can et a bar gala Clue correr MIllcdpoTll ICy Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky splendidlabiameet all trains 59 BROWN a BROW- NAttorneysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also CourtaiCollectloos Hustonville Property for Sale propertysllIullonllleICy atragedUeryburnor hotel and livery and good vacant lot for private residence It desired Everlasting water In abundance PropertyI well arranged for private and youwantcall on or address n S Carpenter Huston vllle Ky c O BOt1IE Popular Excursions to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va for Round Trip J Jj Good 15 Day7 Tickets will be sold July 15 and 20 Aug 10 and Sept S Stopover allowed In moon tains Full Information at O k O Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel Lexington JOHN D POTTS A Q P A CEO W BARNEY D PA PUBLIC SALE SaturdayAugustknown as McCarley farm on Lan theIIn a good state of cultivation is mostly In grass Is well watered with two wellsprings and ponds The residence was dam cyclonehutrepair will also sell two good horses well broke to ride and drive one 2 and the other goodIIng machine and rake nowcuttlng harrow Safe to begin at 10 e u sharp Terms made known on day of sale I Ky0PCECIL CTTTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers o- fSODA POP and all kinds of soft drinks Write for prices i Special Sale of Shirts 1 oi 49cR EACHIJ SEE OUR WINDOWS 1 a I Cummins L1 McClary I 0 p J N 11JVI fJ1J 7iIf1o3o s y tZq p e yi Gy a3a r q elC e 1C e i1 Eeyf ANEW LOT HATSCa S Latest styles In felt and crash t8 4a a 9tm8g Special Shipment Negligee Shirts vte Neat light colors and tan Those are I ai 3 the very newest things In the market l 1 v4 gotten out for the fairs resorts etc 8 f e reeoy a j sj P H J McRoberts Ito t e 8 t dOOtte O iifaov kY tIi ciI 1 A SUGGESTION ABOUT SHIRTS I 1 Gentlemen who want shirts large enough iiand of goods that wont fade should buy some of those 2oc and 35c lined p Ginghams and Madras cloths reducedw to 19 cents to close IOIll1ls Curtains Shades Trunks Traveling BagsiiIiiHendy2tla e Skirts x on hoot I Severance Sons New Storess CenturyFreezer No crank no turning onehalf quail t tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE REFRIGERATORS BOXESj JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 11 O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS 1 ITS HO- TG0TSARE G00KJ and not expensive I fJ You may not need Furniture now but you J will When you do wo can fill the bill Withers Furniture Co J 1 uaaul a fi =THE JNTERIORJOURNAL Snlcrcd n the pottoffice at Stanford at icyndelatt miller IbltnhaT 1Soy aadF31tia- 41i AT PERYEAR CASH +pp Wfcrn not topaldmaOO win btchtrgt KNOXVillE DIVISION Kail Train going North M 1I46m NoJd II II 2IOm NoM II II South 17attm Nozj II S 12111 p m Pot all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No4lavesStanronl at LSStm Noffr TlTM itStanford tstm No St lese Stanford tt JW p W A 8 PRICE I Surgeon DentistI Stanford Ky Office OT r UcKoborU1 Drug Store In th Cwsley I beadles R A JONESDENTIST Stanford KvII NEW LIVERY STABLES W UitE Syl Prorz JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Ota and liar For Sale A M BOURNE I Lancaster Ky Offers his services ai Auotoi oar to tie psiple of Lincoln County He will fiteaseyou both In work and price Write to him MONUMENTStlURE ZINC White Ilronze is to stone la the monument business what the Improved drop head 0- lagmachlae U to the method or th car Is to the old Itage coach It is the advanced thought of the age It is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and realtor place of ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver APe pearance Please bold your order until you can investigate U J C McWhorter Apt GRAB ORCHARD KY J+ G+ 1C Y trNDEar AxmB E9XBAL3IER And Dcalear 11- 1tIAENESS SADDLEBYO Stanford Ky ff f DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Speclt list of Lol11nUle will bo at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Fridayand Saturday Augus B I tow is the time Dont neglect your best eye Eyes oxamtned and lasuscleatlacaliy adjusted DonI neglect children eye- sODcsbonn9amtoepm r Some Reasons f Why You Should Insist on tlavingI EUREKA HARNESS OIL Unequaled by any other Rcudc1I1Iart leather soft preinrelKeeps A heavy bodied HARNESSexcellent ItarueseNdever Efficiency is Secures Lest service Stitches kept from breaking OILIs sold in ell tocaliticastannfuturdby Standard Oil Company Delinquent Polls for 1901 Special term Lincoln County Fiscal CourL held June 20th li OZ lIon Jas 1 Hallo presiding with the following named Jude of the W D Wallin JIII A Dudderar 0 A Smith and F R Com 11 ton By order of the Lincoln County Illscal Court the Clerk of said court was dtrected to certify a copy of the delinquent polls n eturned to this court by the Sheriff for tho year 1001 for publication In the Interli Journal which Is ns STANFORD no 1 Adams Jamea Adams W O Adams Saml Aiken 0 W Alexander Tllford Arnold E S Alexander J W Rail Henry Iturnett H L Dun en J I iJaugb William Bidden Nathan Relden J J Holden W II Ilrnrkctt A P Rraakctt Isaac Drackett W S Brackett Jim Itauro S F Hrecdlore John Hourne AndyBnxidus Harve Ilrnmnett J W 0 Runn 0 W Bunn Frank Runn WIlliam Oaldwoll E B Camden C Campbell R V Cloyd Daniel Oloyd U Collier O A Cormier Wm Cook L P Cooley Richard Cooler 0 M Oordelr James Cox C E- Crutchfleld Craig Solon Davtd Dalton II S Davis Tom Dawson Prank Dawson A II Dawson R L Dllllnper lull Dolllns W II Drye Ilonsant Drve Joe B Dunn Harrison Baley O IIIEckler Jack Englemftn Sam RIKln W H- Pagaly Evans Fred Roberi Partly threes Pagaly J II Fngaly Valentine Farmer JatMR Farmer Joe Farmer Thee Ptnul Bob Frances Hwiry Fesoese J L Kraocm J W Predriefe Wm- Ounrest Walter r I t- QtMbvrcO K JMOOI nlll01110k0111 Thomas Oooch L flood Robert Oran Jo- IlammoodsHall Fred W Ihssafoed Yoant HaroptoB Peter 8r laslttt Joe heart Jo- Heodrennudly Jsaa J A Halt W T IHaM W t Halt William 8r Matt 11llani Jr Ilckson N J HitoB Otto Toga William HoitaeUw J W loltaelaw Gee Holuclaw Jas L- novlt Itoiwrt Huffman A 0 loltclaw W F lank W II Jnlag Std JMUSBU ohnton Onus Jmlln WM Kelley R F Kirk Sid Cirk JohnKirk w R Itrkpatrl k w J Lawton T R Awean LAWMBJ w cachAodeeon Lansford oa Oeo jQnsford J S Lansford w D Aliens Chas Lynn teat lapin A R- lartln Staples John Martin Walter J F MoKiozle J V laKlnzle Jas MeMullen Tho tester Tllford Miller Ed iontffomerv S 0 Moore J II ilunday J Nallor i S tailor wlllls Nlclirtas itcholas Fred Onstott W A olsgravr A It Panons W 11 argon rank Patterson Harry peck JoePenceE enaleton 0 L Penny w 11 enman Pallllp s J H hilll J L Ptekett Hart tolT QhasVolarave A R olsgruvr Rufus Price J w roctor 0 T Pnlllam vr A alncf Coral Roberts S T lase James Bandldge W M atidldge S M Saylor A L hanks U S wm Imjison IL gkldmorc wm eYe w M Stewart J w Stewart Portman Stone Neeley tone S 8 Stone Silas trlngur John Sutton II utton 1r Spears 08- app Fox Taylor II 0 Teter Steve Trajlor Ed R Tucker Ono anbook Larktn Vaught O 0 onOraenlgan J V wills Mote alker Marshall warren Emmett wearen B K earcn vr S white J w wilder win white Jas wilder ins wilder 8 D wilder J T Williams lIu ton 111 lams Cyrus Williams M 0 lltlam + Oeo Williams J wren Tom wright J A eager Fred Fagaly Valentino STANFORD COLORED Ablo Albert Adams Joss llison John Alcorn Jas Anderson John Bailey alley Thus Bailey Anderson llull Andrew Ball 111- 0BuU Chits Raughman Jolt oughman Bud Buuchman Frank aiiKhmnu Green Boyle Win arkor Olllo Breathott George right Jerry Bright Will Jr Brlghl Henry Bright Caleb UrlghttJohn Bright John Mike rows John Buoknor Willis ucknor Scott Burdett Jas urnsido John Burnside Jno Jr Hustor lil Bailey Thos aldwoll Wm Caldwell Dan aldwoll Carter Abo attar lire Carter Goo Carter Goo Clay Green lay Green John ook Io Cowan Sam Craig Will Crow Bob Crow Tom Davis Don awson John Dawson John awson Mack Dawson Muck awson Will Dawson King Ickerson King Hays Joss Hays Eugene unnAndrew Geo Dutton Arthur Sam lllott Rosooo Holm Harrison mbry Mil Helm Green tnbry Nub Helm Harvo I mbry Milton Helm Goo JoneslA Helm Geo Jenkins Tom Helm Will Jenkins Tom Helm Bob endrlok Tom Helm Bob enncdy Willis HIgglns Pal Kinley Bob Hlgglns Bruco Lackey Will Hlgglns Henry Lackey Will Hlgglns Tim Lackey Will Sr Biggins John Lackey Isaac Hill Chins Lackoy Goo 11111 Allen Jno locker Will 1 Laokoyi Phil Hooker Lewis 1 Lee John locker A Los Will Holmos Geo Leo W O Howard Ge- oL I9 Bon Hubble Will Logan Dan Hudson Roseoo Loran Hnrve Hudson Vnn Logan Jim Jackson E Logan G W Tamtfi Henry Logan Henry Lewis Bf n Mnyflold LtJo JerryMcPherson Will urrlu John J B MiddhUon Calvin Mlddk4on Calvlr Miller Peter Mitchell Jnek Mitchell Jim Montgomery Hill Montgouwry lndy Montgomery Mae Montgomery John Mulling Jim Joss Xnylor Bill Newland Itobt Owens Dan Owsloy lorry Owsloy Jerly Owsloy George Owsloy Sr Gear O V8leyl Wess Owsley Will James Albert James Andy Jones Will Owsloy Mitchell Pehnan J II Ponnington Clubo Penman R S Penman l u Penman Honr Penman Wess PenmunlBonPowoll Reed Tom Urged Tom Heed Joe Webster Will Whitloy Bud Withers Edward Withers Lite Woods Calvin 00trOrt1U A Woods Will Yantis Sam Young Albert CRAll ORCHARD WlirTB Adams Jaok Adorns Will K Adams Will Adams Joo P Adams Jamos Addy John BQl1o J T Baker Smith Baker N C Ballard Will Ballard henry Burgo James Brook JaniM Broughton Will Bryant Trlbblo Bunch Will Burgo Will Burp Nathan Butt Cyrus Carson James Thos Jr JamosJ Coldiron Collins Will Condor Martha Mnrcus Davis W Drtvls Joo Delaney Matthew Delaney Sam Oolnney Jacob Donny Jasper Jenny lion Ulstion John A Duddorar J T James Idmlston John Farris D K Virrls Scott Foley H O- rnaler W L Qenton Mark Jewsky John GUI James JoodTJ Oover Inmo- aJrontIIlnim Oren A J- GreeD Dolls OrlMA D C Gfitta Jamea Ball Late Uall I H- Hall J A Hunn Wintiun- Innn J D Hwnmonds Jna Harris Jamie E Ht rric William bbU H W Huffman G F Iolmee J W Uoldertnavn D ocklns E F House Tom Le Jiime G James J G ohnon W A Kennedy Bw- eunedy W F Kldd Will- Klein Henry Lane Kobt sdbaw Luther BrLanglots K W- saauie Will Leaure George L1vlopWn J O LunsfordVll unford John lAte W C LEoech J F Msgee J C McKlDney Wm fidijleton S A link Thomas Moore T P Moore S P Moore Bruee loon Ward Moore W B IooreOT Nnllor dames Tailor M F Parker E D ayne Eph Payne joe PaM Will Payee Q W ettus Tom P iUis L A lUaan Moses Pheasants Jim hammer W C Sr Pollard I elvort oynoWs W G IllBsby John oolnsoD Tom Ito l ers Granmn- octg8rsLWttlter Ronnsky Sam 11 Stenhuns Georgo Smith G W Stephenson J A mlth W F Tankorsley Jno mlth David Taylor W B Smith Gio Thompson Chins Sword Moses TurnbsM John mothers Edward Turner Jas moUiers W J unHook Jas owders LonyVornon Jas lolnbergor J D Jno tonhons Jno Woodlo Peter Vatson W F Wordlow W H Watson Frank Weber Jack CRAIt ORCHARD COLORED ndorson Grand Buchanan Tim arson Millard s Curtis Andrew lavls George Dolanoy Henry mbry Perry Fish Goo ranols Jim Groan Will ansford Green Harden Jim rlggins Morgan Abo Higgins Link Higgins Jim Higgins John Humber John onos Jim Mason Ben MoberhOeo Will lullins Goo Mu1linzJohn MorrIs Simon uoo towart Leslie Stewart Wm nodgrass Andy Turpln jack food Owen AVAVNBSUUROj WRITE bersalo Jno J C- Akor John Bakor Jim rummoVt Goo Buroh Jno Buruh Jno Burton J H urton Jim Corrv E D launch M B Claunch H M Cbb J W Cooko Wash olston iloak Craln Cam Crnln O L avldson Tato Davidson C H DelunlY Donny Walter onny Ben DothorldgeAlf ocojv John Dunn C urham Jim Durham will Durltnm II L Dro Josh agaly wlllmoro Fleming Frank Hnohpaugh J F Floyd Miko ahoy B G Frances Doll Goooh Tildon fonn i f C Goooh James Grayheal Mory Hull J J Harris Squire Hurrls Elmer Hill Jim H1I1 J M Hodgo Jim Hulton wm Jackson Rube Jackson wm Jackson JJ The Fairs The lair secretaries association has nounced the following date Crab Orchard fourth wenk In July Georgetown lourtb week In July Huitoavllle fifth week In July Danville first week In August Lexington second week In August Mavavlle und Lawrenceburif tblrd- week In August Brodhead Fair Aug 20 tnreo days Liberty Aug 273 days Barditown and Glasgow first week ID September Ellzabothtown and Bowling Green secoDd week In September Interstate Fair fourth weok la September LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Good black sow and nlno pigs for sale M J Hodman Moroland The average ylold of wheat In JOlla mlno will be about eight bushels- T D Ranoy sold to Jeeao Fox Lwo li months old Berkshire pigs for SU I R O Nunnclloy bought of Scars of Pulaakl 10 yearlings at S10 and cove butcher cattle at 3Jc CilloIItlDgI will pay you tho highest marks I price for your wheat See mo befor you sell D S Carpenter Huston vllle j William C Whitney after balanclni his accounts last year found himself to be 000000 loser through the sport of racingThough I tho Gate crowd say tboy arc through with the July corn corns moro trouble la expected by the short at ChicagoW bought of Taylor bus a cow and two yearlings for 83250 of Bob Uoltzclaw a bunch of hogs aDdI Ole He sold to Logan a mulo for InbabllantllotFrance The local butchers have quar reled with tho municipality and tha body In rcvengo has shut up all tbi public slaughter bouses deIIIvoryto bought from J W Murray a span of sugar mules for 1335 and one from Mr Todd for 1105 They alto bought Iron Darbce Robertson tL Co three cotton mules for 65Adalr News C J Uamltas black placer Dlreol Hal with Driver Ed Goers In the tul ky made the opening of the Detroit Driving Clubs meeting at Grotto Potato memorable by winning the tarsi heat of the Chamber of Commerce 15 MO stake in the record time of SUKH This la a worlds record for the fleet winning heat of a green horse TWO INKY WAYS There was a rasa who advartlttd But oaoa a lafU time la spot obMurc be placid hale at And paid lor U a dine And Jest baca M It dMot brlift Rim eottomara by Mora All adTtfitolMfr b a Sake Hs taM or rnUtcr BWOM- He Meowd to tblak MM kamiMr tap Woald dries a sail sMar la That from a bit ot Way thread A waavw MnM amid spin If he this rft ool g bright applied To oatiag dbUeM hs WOlltd alJa olIueo bite would teed Ton men aetntury Some day tho he will learn that to Make advertising pay Holt have to add ads to his ad And advertise each duy- NaLional Advertiser With an Its heart and gout the Olat ow Times regrets toaeo W P Walton of the Lexington Democrat In any tort of trouble Ono of the manliest of men as courageous as a lion honest as Lhe day U long Incapable of dirty trickery himself and scorning It In other absolutely square and Inflexibly Just It Is a sorrow to the heart of every true man that a single thorn should prlnc up along the of hit lite That ho may trlumpnoe hit enemies II simply expressing the hope that the ijht may prevail if not In tho right no living man will recognize It more quickly or announce It more openly aDd boldly than Walton himself May The Lexington Democrat and its editor both live long and prosper Glasgow ImesLandladyMr Slopav are you aware hat you dropped tome butter in your cotTeeMr Slopay Yea Mrs Jones I bo lIee In the strong helping the weak- you know T a UncleHow old are you Jimmy Jimmy Im 13 at homo 14 at cbool- aDd 11 on the train I Thirty eight percent of the habit u1 drunkards In England arc women PUBLIC SALE ON THUUSDAY JULY SI IOM If not sold privately I will offer for sale at public auction my two farms located and described as follows Flat farm of 103 acres located on tbo Danville and Huston lllo pike 2 miles south of Shelby This Is a nice tract of land desirably located and convenient to schools postomce and railroad has a nice 7room cottage large stock barn and a dozen or more OOCOfaurv outbuildings all In good repair The location U high dry aud healthy the fencing is all In good condition The farm Is wall watered by Knob tick Creek Second farm consists of 330 acres more or less sod Is widely known In this and ad joining counties at the old Loyl Ilnbulo tarm This Is a Ono tract of land mostly In The buildings consist of n nice 4 roomcottaeealargoandconimodlousstock burn and numerous which are comparatively new This farm ts also watered creek n never ratline stream There Is an abundance of various kinds of trait and berry trees Tho fencing Is In good condition Terms of sale will be 1S cash and balance tu one two or threo years to suit the pur Chaser The smaller will be sold m the premises silo beginning otBiSO further Information can be had by Ajjn addressing N K Tunis Danville tt Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky Oco 8 SitiLnr Ioucu Oklahoma PHHIIFrS lno flffffr r- r orntf PiTEUMIIYRRYI I tVfR BODY M r RCDUGED IJS GOI1tjfOW READY nnTC9 J rro y t rJI STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY IThe Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky often the courses of study viz- Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological r 1 Physical Tinto mologlcal Physiological Norms School Classical Mechanical Engineering Klcc trlcal Engineering Engineering and Mining Knglnetrln eachh of which ex tends over four years and loads to a degree Ioit graduate oounrt of study nre alto provided leading each to a masters dogreo Each course ofstudy ia organized un der a separate faculty Tho general faculty numbers more than 4Q protestors and instructors County Appointed receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and lights and if they remain 10 months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums aro largo well equipped lulrebeuITO nail mod ern The last and too preceding Legislatures pproprUtotl 90000 for a eollego home for women and fur and vnaslutn fer men QncrHiIa and liberal remunentilons Thu demand la largely in excess of Ute ability of the college to supply year the matriowlstlon list was 691 POI catalogues Method of obtaining appointments infwinailojj regarding count of study and terms of ntlmUslon to rJAMBS K IATTKItSON lit I LL b 1resideat Or to I 0 PUAKBK UuMuoM Agent ExnmlnntlonM brain Sept H 190tFall Term beamn Sept 19 IOO2 CARSON FENCED DRALEitt IN Carriages Buggies Phaetons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full nnd complete stock of tho above tUwnyM un hand and aro sold nt prlcra Unit defy coinpolltion See our elegant line ot Lap Robes flhisbeautiful Ilk o 5Xec1 Vateh fitl5me1ien wanting anything In our line dont fall to MO the new and beautiful things wethave In eur handsome sleek 1 to memho r our Sir Murray la graduate of one countryWhon rtIairIngMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville one Linoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company I OF STKNFOHD KY Ineorporattd Capital Stock 20000 Pur Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid and N OrricBRs J U Baughman Pros onAs8csEllblcfOn Treat II Holm Secy 1J1lman farma tarpon In the neighborhood of Mayvood and Sugar Grove section and still another portion skirting Logans Creo Ono of tho surest Indications of the probable value of undeveloped oil lands u tho result of oflorta at development on laud adjoining None of stock reserved by tbo incorporators can be Issued by them until the entire amount so reserved hat been told soil when told every dol lar arising therefrom will ba used In developing the couipanra holdings No officer or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation for his time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of company it rendered valuable b reason of the untiring efforts of the ofllcors and Tho tock is nonaifCfttable and the private property of alto stockholder Is not liable for corporate debts It is incorporated under the laws of tho State of Kentucky IU books are span at nil times to Its stockholders and they are invited toils to ro ceivo any Information concerning tile company affairs Tho business is being F I with all time rapidity and zeal possible that It commensurate with sate business DontTakePills Theytemporarlly cure constipation by agitating the the liver intestinesexecuteural agitation caused by cathartics m compels continual ana Increasing doses to i attain the results r on the eactsform Chills nter of of tho FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE- r Y