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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 22 1902 9 A M NO 39 y w nil a great affliction for a woman to have her face disfigured pimples or ianyform of eruptive disease It makes ff morbid and robs her I of social enjoyment Disfiguring eru lions are and I are entirely cured by the great blood irifyingniediclne Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It removes from the blood the poisonous impurities which cause It perfectly and perman ently cures sores ecz ma tetter bolls pimples and other eruptive diseases are cau 1 by till xls impurity It increases the action of r the making glands end thus In 1creases the supply of pure rich blood POt about one rear and a half mY face wee nrr tndly btoken write 1111 Grtle Adams of nm West Malo atreel nettleeterk Mich Isprntaattatdeatofmoner with doc ton and for different kinds of m but tro celred DO txntfit At last I rend one of your idwtlwtnf nt In a and oMalaed a bottla or Dr rtrrceVi Golden Medical DlKorerr lie fore I had taken one bollle of this medicine t nettceil a change and ante Uklnr three bootee I was entirely cured I eta recommend Dr Mercea Goldeo Medlcil lJlKonry to soy one alwUarI1mlctfdi The sole motive for substitution is to permit the denier to make the little I more paid by the pale of less mer itorious medicines He you lose Therefore accept no substitute for I Golden Medical Discovery The Peoples Common Sense Medical a contntulg 1008 pages stampsforiI in covers or 31 stamps for tin vol untie bound in cloth Dr 1G V Pierce DufTalo N V r KINGSVILLE r John Dye li yet vary low with ty phold fotor- Esjflneer Frank Pearce became Buffo otted In tho tunnel Wednesday nod a rush to was made to II R Pbjilotan Dr C M Thomp oni ollloo at this W place Tbo engineer aflerrecolvlnenll possible attention was oon restored to cooioloutnci Tbo train was In tho tunnel for quite an hour Wo are Informed that our account of tho Dye and Burton trouble was Incor Cecil but our Informant kindly url that we are not to blame as wo probably reported the matter as wo beard It Certainly our version of tbo affair was given just as we beard It and should wo make a correction some ono elM would probably contest Its truth Mrs Wright an aged woman of this section le very sick Miss Laura Fox Is aiilstlnc Miss Lena Grime with ber school Mr and Mrs Sebastian Cher questionI editor of tbo INTERIOR JOCIUNAL 1ACard Fir MrPearl I I bavo decided not to run G paper In p opposition to the INTERIOR JOURNAL In Stanford A man whoso mind Is properly balanced would tie foolish to attempt to publish a newspaper In your town that would bo the equal of the I J In any wayfor democracys sake or otherwlco A person who has been living In Stanford as lung as you have and who always has his mind made up to take sides In all public matters and questions Is bound to wake enemies as- a matter of course but there aro not enough ot thorn to support a plant In opposition to you Besides I have a picnic here and why should I give up a good thing for something which I did not bavo any confidence In making a success JOIN PEARL THE BOSS WORM MEDICINE II P Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writer One of my customers bad a child which was sick and throw up all food could retain nothing on ltd stom ach lie bagl ote bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and It brought up 110 worms from the child Its tho boss worm medicine in the world Whites Cream Vermifuge Is also tho children tonic It Improves their digestion and as initiation of food strenethcns their ner voile system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25o at Pennys Drug Store At Livingston Will Jennings and Roy Mulllns scufllcd over a revolver In tho Gonloy Branch neighborhood The weapon was discharged and Mulllns received a dangerous wound In tho thigh CUKKS SCIATICA Key W L IU ev L L D Cuba New York Writer Afterl5 days of excruci acing pain from sciatic rheumatism un der various treatments I was Induced t try Ballard8 Snow Liniment the first ap plication giving my first relief and the iisecond entire relief I can give it qual tIe recommendation 25c 50c an- gl at Pennys Drug Store r INEWS NOTES prisoners broke jill at Mayteld IFive Daniel Day was killed by light Powell county- A company has been formed to make rubber out of Texas oil On account of continued rains tho Octrois trots were declared off Tho Flume Cooperage Gos plant at Richmond suffered a 3000 fire Origin unknownRufus W Meredith for many years secretary and treasurer of the Courier Journal Is dead A drouth has ruined tho corn and greatly damaged the cotton In 10 Miss issippi counties Chicago capitalists are reported to have an option on the Loulsvlllo Com mercial and News- Loulsvlllee globe trotters John I Jacob and H C Smith bavo been beard from In Japan For the third time lightning struck the tower at the entrance to Cave Dill Cemetery Louisville Three people killed and two others Injured by a bolt of lightning during a storm In North Carolina Jesse Tabler the boy horeo thief of Paducah will probably iose a 120000 legacy because of him crime For chiding his odloe boy Dr Dellp coy WAS klllud at Houston Texas by tbo boys father and brothers In New York Ilyman Hoffman a tailor shot his wife perhaps fatally and committed lulcldo with poison Claudo P Cozlno of Shelbpvllle confessed that ho received 3500 on homestead claims sold to a claim agent An official notification was Issued In London that by the Kings command tbo coronation will tako placo August Oth Mr W J Kshoc of Washington City sister Inlow of Congressman J N Keheo of tho Ninth district Is dead Whitecaps visited the premises ot Mr Annie MoMaboo In Taylor county and burned three dwellings including ber residence The mill moo of the American Tin- Plate Company throughout tbo country are beginning to voto on a proposition to reduce wages 25 per cent One person was killed and 10 were Injured In a collision between two pw fencer trains on tbo Lchlcb Valley railroad at Rochester N Y The number of Immigrants who ar rived In the United States during the fiscal year 1002 was 018703 an Increase of more than 100000 over 1001 Tbo Twentieth Century Limited on the Lake Shore broke four worlds records for pood making 00 miles on hour for six hours on one stretch A loss of 1100000 was caused by Ore at tho exposition grounds In Dallas Tex Tbo main exposition building was among the structures burned Mrs Luollo Blackburn Lane daughter of Senator Jo C S Blackburn died in Washington after an Illness of 10 days of brain fever and nervous ox houstlon Near Mayklng Mrs Mary Stapleton aged 32 gave birth to triplets two girls and a boy All aro doing woll Her record is seven children at three births twins at each previous birth Speaking at a banquet at Liverpool Whltelaw Reid assured his British hearers that they need have no fears of the Pierpont Morgan steamship von taro The monopoly In thin case ho said is fanciful A sudden and disastrous whirlwind and rainstorm struck Baltimore Itdld great damage to property In the real dence district chiefly In the unroofing of buildings and breaking down of trees Eleven lives wore lost Of tho 04073 Immigrants to the United States during the last fiscal year Italy led with 178375 closely fol lowed by AustriaHungary with 171 150 while Ireland Germany and Nor way contributed fewer than 30000 each Miss Nellie Bullltt Grant of New Orleans was burned to death at tho homo of bor grandmother Mrs Vir ginia Bullltt In Lawronceport Ind Sbo was hunting eggs In a barn end rushed out with her clothing on fire Superintendent of Public Instruction McChcsncy announces that the percap eta for tbo public schools for tbo com- Ing year la 12 32 a reduction of 18c The total census Is 732781 and the es tlmated income Is 8171022168 Tho decrease In the per capita Is caused by the increased census and a diminution in the rovonuo The convention of United Mine- Workers In session at Indianapolis ad journed after deciding against aetrlkb providing for the raising of a fund to assist the striking anthracite miners and Issuing an appeal for support to tbo American people Tho entire ac Lion was practically In accord with the WednesdayuCut this out and take it to Craig ft Hookers Drug Store and got a box of TabletThelarders of tho stomach Price 25 cents Resignation and Acceptance To the Honorable Hoard of Trustees Stanford Graded School Gentlemen I hereby tender my resignation as su perintendent of Stanford Graded Schools and for the following reason 1 My services are In demand In otb cr fields that afford rnsj broader j oppor tunities both professionally andjjflnan dully j 2 Wo can not possibly begin school hero in September as was contemplated nccollarlltvof the new school building until January or February next thus throwing mo out of my profession and Into some other avocation for halt a school year 3 While I regret exceedingly to part company with these good people with 1 whom I have lived and labored so pleasantly I these four years and while I am almost unable to get my own consent to resign my post of duty at this time even allt is for a better position yet I realize that wo have now practically accomplished the results for which wo have labored together so long and so faithfully abd for the accomplishment of which I have felt honorbound and dutybound to remain with you and to continue my work until success crowned our efforts regardless of any andall Inducements hold out to me to go oleo whore I would not have tbo board of trustees or tbo patrons of tbo cchoo feel that I am now deserting thorn or the cause for which wo have striven together or that I am unwilling to make further sacrifice for the good ot this district for really I feel that no sacrifice In reason Is too great for me to make for tho 300 children whoso Interest I have bad at heart so long but as the school Is now firmly established I feel that I am justified In taking ad vantage of the better opportunities which have been opened up to mo else whereIn of all these facts I molt re spectfully request the board to accept my resignation In conclusion I desire to otter my sincere thanks 1 To the members of tho Board of Trustees collectively and Individually for their many kindnesses and cour tesies to me and for the tlrm and un faltering support they have accorded me at all time 2 To the patrons of tho school and others who bavo given me their hearty cooperation and assistance In every effort to better tbo educational status of Stanford 3 To the excellent corps of teachers who have labored with mo EO dllllgcnt ly and to earnestly for the upbuilding of tbo school and who bavo so loyally and faithfully co operated wttti me in the effort to put tho school on a high plane of excellence 4 To the boys and girls ot tbo graded school who have been tbo source of my Inspiration to labor and to fight against every opposing force for tbolr good and even to Incur the enmity of some portions who wore Indisposed and unwilling 4o accord the rising genera tlon the advantages of an education To those who have not given their support to this educational movement but who have Instead fought every on ward move I have this to say Within a very tow years the good Influences of this school upon the lives of the rising generation In your midst will provo to your entire satisfaction that you have acted unwisely and as honest citizens you will then Join In the song of praise for the good the community Is receiving from tbo little bur den of taxation Imposed upon It With sincerest hopes for a bright fu cure for Stanford Graded School and with best wishes for the happiness and success of the boys and girls whom I have had the pleasure of Instructing so long und who bavo been so loyal and co kind to me I remain most sincerely M 0 WINFREY Prof M 0 Winfrey in a written communication tendered his rcslgna tlon as principal Aftcrdlscusslon and upon motion regularly made tho reslg nation was accepted And thereupon It was moved and unanimously ordered tbat the followin minutes be mado and entered upon tho minute book The trustees of tho Sranford Graded School In accepting the resignation of Prof M O Winfrey assuporlntcndent desire to express tho very sincere re bcyIsame time the deep ease of obligation they aro under to him for the faithful untiring and intelligent energy with which during his four yearn stay In this community bo has served and ad vanced the cause of education A very little trouble and expense will keep the flies and other Insects oil of your horeee It can be made for flvo cents per gallon and a little applied on a damp sponge In morning keep them oft aU day As harmless ea wa tor Mall me 80o In stamps and I will mall you formula J E Phillips 113 Fowler St Milwaukee Wls 3t R H BRONAUGH President ot tbe Crab Orchard Fair Racing Association which begins tomorrow A goad man for the Impor tant poMiUn be holds IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tbe clank of Perryvlllo has 8102000 deposits In Knox oounty Wheeler Baker kill od a young man named Uonsley Lewis Dall of Moreland has been granted A petition of 812 per month L P Simpson was appointed post roaster at Vandyke Anderson county Torn Hardln was fatally Injured by a fall at tbe Iron furnaces near Middies bore Nloholttsvilla Knights of Pythias will bold an old fashioned fair Sept 3 and 4- Mrs George Elliott who was badly beaten by her husband near Burgio will recover Rev Henry M Sbouse of Woodford has been elected principal of the pub lie school at London Joseph Tomllnson the aged father of non R H Tomllnson of Lancaster Ie- Is dead In Lexington Read the advertisement of tbe Dan vine fair It promises to be bigger and better than ever this year Abe Brown was probably fatally hurt near Livingston by tailing from a structure while working for the L Si N Mr G W Coulter of dsnvllle has discovered that a brother she mourned as dead for 26 years U olive at Lake City Col Two little sons of Boa Lee in Bell county were drowned yesterday by a sudden rush of wolnr down a ravine caused bv a cloudburst George W White who bad been K printer for 03 years Is dead at Rich mood aged 75 Be was a halfbrother of Capt Frank J White who used to work In this cilice Mrs Mary Boiling the venerable mother ot George Boiling a leading merchant of Burnslde died after a brief Illness Her death was due to infirmities of old age No definite decision was reached at the conference at St Louis In regard to the extension of the Southern railway to Danville The officials of tbe road seem favorably disposed but made no decisive promisee Another conference will be held later Louisville day at the Richmond Elks Fair Saturday was marred by a heavy wind and rainstorm which wrecked several of the tents at the fair grounds About 600 Loulsvlllo excursionists at tended ana paraded tho streets headed by two bands and a drum corps Rich mond gave the visitors an enthusiastic welcomeMr D Thompson cashier of the Firat National Bank and Hon W W Stephenson of Harrodsburg started to Danville in a buggy and when a short distance out the horse shied and over turned tbo buggy dumping Its occu pants out Mr Thompson bad bis col lar bone broken and face and body bad ly bruised while his companion cscap bruisesgRichard L Luttrell and his brother George F Luttrell attacked Doogen Roy a boy of 10 years at a singing at Bethany Russell county cutting him seriously with knives They were both on him at once but in some way ho managed to shoot both of them Geo Luttrell wee shot In the lower part of tho abdomen and Richard Luttrell re calved a bullet In the thigh Mrs Kaiser died last week at her homo near the German settlement South of Junction Cltv She was all alone at the time of her death When found sbo was titles up In bod and death bad evidently occurred some time before as decomposition bad already sot In There was neither clothing nor food to be found mite house Her husband was shot to death in the Lan yule court houee some years ago by George Rowsey r r t6 A = M t j l HOT WEATHER LOTHE5 a r rr This is tho month fort and this is the place for i i thorn Everything to tI ltJmakemen comfortable l i1 low shoes straw hate ligee ehirts it41 r l1egIIjl Ilw eahefledttr11 KU J Il s S = = GREAT CLEARANCE SALE IIGreatReduetionsin 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 lions shoes worth 450 our sale prico 300 Mens shoes worth 350 at 250 Mens shoes worth 225 our price lCO hens fine shoes worth 200 will now go nt 138 Mens shoes worth 175 now 126 Mens shoes worth 150 special sale 98c Mens 500 suits nt 208 Mens 750 suits at 448 Mens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made nt 050 Mens 1200 suits go nt 750 Mens 1500 suits well finished guaranteed fit special price 925 Boys suits nt your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c clearance sale price 1 9c C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY OIL STOVES There is something brand new on the market in the way of oil stoves and we have itIt is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove This stove ia absolutely safe and reliable and we will guarantee it to bake your bread just as brown na you want it iu n very few seconds It saves time fuel and temper Ono gallon of oilj willun one burner 18 hours Cal and let us show you the stove Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY OJ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles 1 Bargain Sale NowOn Craig Rocker STRNFORD 1 4a1ticd rA preparation forleradicating the dis agreeable odorsiarising from perspiration It is a sure cure for tho odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body without injuryjto health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly Charmless Prepared by W Be McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY S THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Is a Candh ate for Railroad Commlmloner for the 34 District sublect to the win of the democracy H H HENNINGER Of Wayne CounllIa candidate for But TTMS urer sublecl to the ictloa of the Democratic pmjr ROBERT HARDING- of Danvllie liacmdlilatA for Circuit Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelby THE following Is pretty straight talk but we know the gentleman who thu talks out in meeting well enough to eel absolutely certain that ho mean what he lays Those who hug the Toni delusion to their little souls that The Democrat la going to be put out of bus ioeea are gnawing a file If the con sptratora succeed IB entirely wrecklnj the property the editor Intends that a democratic paper shall bo run In Lexington no matter what the cost The only way the skulking cowards can get rid of us Is to kill us and as two can play at that game they will very likely be deterred from adopting that mode of procedure unless by a shot In the dark or a stab In the back as some ofI them are not above doing Let It be understood now and henceforth that Tho Democrat is going to continue in one form or other and that the Inevita ble bad just aa well be accepted A democratic newspaper Is needed InI Lsxlnglon and Lexington Is going to have a democratic newspaper EDITOR ED WALTON wants to bet money that Baufley will knock the per simmon for circuit judge It will be remembered that Judge Sautloy Instructed the grand jury immediately after his former election to investigate the boys who bad violated the election laws and some of the judges friends were suddenly taken very narvous A hint to the wise Is sufficient and Ed had better keep his money In hIs pock et If Harding should be elected ho ogee and If Saufley Is elected ho gets vestlgated Danville News Thats neither here nor there Brer Lillard Oar money says that both Judge Sauf lay and Sam Owaley will succeed them selves and if youve got any to lose we are your huckleberry We neednt let the outside world know about our bet to If fear of being indicted is all that keeps you from making a wager pn your favorites well meet you at some secluded spot and arrange matters So pat up or shut up REFEREE HELM of Louisville de cided In favor of the Lexington Herald over the Democrat in the matter of the citys printing It will be remembered that a bill was passed at the last Legis lature taking the letting of printing out of the mayors hands in towns of Lexingtons class and putting it In the city clerks To offset this Mayor Dun can of Lexington awarded the print ing for this year to the Herald several months before last years contract exC pired and Mr Holm upheld the act In his declsloDITHE Texas democratic convention also made itself conspicuous for the failure to mention the Kansas City platform or Mr Bryan who during the high tide of hit popularity ungal lantly refused to kiss a pretty Texas girl who tried to Hobannlzg him She opened her arms and raised her ruby lips in an effort to secure a coveted os culatory favor and he turned from her No wonder his name does not appear In the resent democratic platform of that State TUB Johnstown mining horror has naturally set many persons asking about the Johnstown flood which occurred May 118S0 In that flood 2 HZ persona perished 121 wives were made widows and 065 children rendered orphans or half orphans The Johns town relief fund aggregated 12012310 of which 12502030 was distributed to the sufferers In the Conemaugh Valley alone the balance going to the relief of contingent districts TUB Eminence Constitutionalist Rug gests that Tracy the Oregon outlaw is wasting a great deal of unnecessary energy He ought to come to the 11th Kentucky Congressional district or go to Indiana where gentlemen of his murderous tendencies are not only pro tected but furnished with character and social standing THE Harrodsburg Democrats sou venir edition is a thing of beauty and will prove a joy forever to Mercer county people who will preserve It for years to como and show It with pride to generations to come 1NINEYEAROLD BESsiE SIMPSON a coal oil at Plneyille A large crowd attended her funeral Ex Congressman R B Hawley Tex as paid 8100 for a special train anal ling him to keep luncheon engagement with President Roosevelt That is pay log considerable for an honor that a Negro bad for nothing Lexington e Democrat a rt THIS AND THAT IW O Terhune ot Harrodsburg has bought 100 mule colts at prices ranging from 840 to 860 Eating a gallon of Ice cream caused Amos Bridgewater of Louisville to become violently Insane The steamship Primus of Hamburg was cut in two by a tug on the river Elbe and about 50 persons were drown edIn Breathitt county John Oaks mor tally wounded Bonton Blanton and kill ed Joseph Coldlron an Innocent by stander The suns light Is equal to 5603 wax candles at one foot from the eye It would take 800000 full moons to equal cloudless sunshine A census bureau bulletin gives the total number of farms In the United States as 5739657 with total value of over 820000000000- O M Patterson L it N agent at Lancaster was arrested and was to have been tried yesterday afternoon for delivering a barrel ot beer in viola tion ot the Farris local option law J C Caldwell Sr sold to B F Sans ders Co 150 export cattle at 1035 Charley Caldwell sold to the same parties 35 at S6 25 Shelby Tevls of Shel by Clly has lost 50 hogs by cholera In the last two months Advocate The waters of the Mississippi contin ue on a rampage It Is probable that the lose to farmers in Iowa Missouri and Illinois will reach far into the mil lions before the waters subside One township In Green Bay county Iowa Is under six or seven feet of water POLITICAL John D McIntyre of Bath county Is candidate for secretary of State The republican congressional com mittee of the Eighth district will meet In Nlcbolasvllle tomorrow Hon Charles W Nesbltt has withdrawn from the race for circuit judge leaving Allle W Young without opppo sltlon Dr J M Frazee of Mason county has announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for commission er of agriculture Conventions wore held by the demo crate In the counties of the Tenth Con gressional district Saturday Congress man J B White leads In Instructions in the counties reported Tho district convention will be held at West Liber ty Thursday 24th Chairman Grlggs of the democratic campaign committee has obtained exporters prices from five of the 200 ex porting firms of the United States showing that American wares are sold for less in European markets than at home In many instances the article costs the consumer abroad less than half of what Is asked from the domes tie purchaser MATRIMONIAL The rumored engagement of Alice Roosevelt to Lt Clark of New York Is deniedNear Litton Roberts aged 24 and Miss Maudle Hunsucker 13 were married At Salem 0 Frederick Morrison shot himself to death while riding Ic a carriage with a woman who had refus to marry him Edgar H Albright of the Mt Vcr non Signal and Miss Lucy Brock were married at the home of the brides father at London yesterday We extend congratulations to the fortunate I man who has woo ono of the very hand simest women In Kentucky Joseph Orklea and Miss Margaret Christiana Shams of Washington county arrived at the Commercial Hotel Harrodsburg at about daybreak A runner was dispatched to the reel dence of the Rev W DL Wood sum taming him to the hotel parlors where he united them In rnarrluge A CURE FOR SUMMER COMPLAINT Summer complaint is unusally preval ent among children this season A well developed case In the writers family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Ketnedy one of the best paten medicines manufactured and which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This is not intended as a free pull for the company who do not adver tise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy access of a physician No family should be with out a bottle of this medicine in the house especially in nummer timeLan sing Iowa Journal For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists NOTICE It has been the aim of the Central Ky Real Estate Exchange to secure options on that class of property where the owner Is exceedingly anxious to sell or Is forced to sell and thereby secure a low price on same and hold out some inducement to buyers Read their list carefully and see the bargains offered I The Queen Crescent Route will sell tickets at rate of one fare for the roundtrip on account of Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Elks at Lexington Aug 1110 Inclusive Tickets good returning until Aug 18th Ask ticket agents for particular W C Rlnearson G P A CRAD ORCHARD fair July 23 24 and ae LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Isaac Hubbard sold to D C Allen 00 lambs atCJo J W Allen sold to D C Allen 63 140pound hogs at Ola A C Robinson ft Son sold last week 70 odd exporters at 0 60 J W Modes of Mercer sold 30CC bushels of wheat at T5c Oils went lo 65o nt Chicago Satur day the highest price since 1874 J A Doty ot Garrard sold last week two car loads of export cattle at ale Woods Walker told to Pony Bttzle 45 feeders fur November delivery ot 4o W H Shanks says that stack hogs are worth 7c and feeders 60 la MadUon county v Hon D L Moore buugbt MS acres on the Lexington pike near Harrods burg at 185 W E Lyon sold his farm near Har rodaburg to Rufus and Henry VanArs dale at 9135 A W Carpenter sold to B F Saun ders 1600pound cattle for October delivery at Ole DL J Farla bought at Danville yes rerday a bunch of yearlings at 3o and a lot ot yearlings and calves at 812 I wilt pay you the highest market price for your wheat See me before you sell D S Carpenter Elusion tulleCThe gelding W W Lyon sold to B J7 Ray of Lexington a few weeks ago for 1700 was sold by that gentleman for 1200 Mr Lyon gave George F An icraon of Boyle 1300 for him 0 E Miller of Rochester III who has been visiting his brothersinlaw J C and M B Eubanks sold In Chicago Thursday two car loads of 1444 ound cattle at 83 408110 a head Messrs E P Carpenter C O Car center and William Dodd of Huston llle will have a twoyearold by Dig City Dare a harness mare and a pair at mules in the show rings at the Crab rcnard fair There were 125 cattle on the Dan llle market yesterday about half of wblcb changed hands Yearlings brought 31 to 4ic hollers 3 to 3Jc and butcher stuff 3 to 3c Very fJw hors ee and mules hanged hams Mrs Ivy Lawrence of Briar Ridge spencer county reports an extraordl nary yield of butter from one of her Jersey cows and says she tbloks she has the record beaten She states that In 55 consecutive days she weighed up or sale G5 pounds of butter besides what her family ot five used during his time Tae cow Is seven years old aDd well bred Chamberlains1 am using a box toraach Liver Tablets and find them ho best thing for my stomach I ever scdaajsT W Robinson Justice ol he Peace Loomis M ich These Tablets not only cortect disorders of the atom ach but regulate the liver and bowels Theyre easy to take and peasant in fleet Price 25 cents per box For sale by Craig A Hock or Druggists LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route Knights of Pythias San Franctto Cat Aug IMS Finest train service In the world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasions Be sure your ticket read via the Queen k Crescent Route and get good service Mason HotelSIRS U D BIVIPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 Valuable Property For Sale My residence on Danville Avenue and two storerooms on Main street opposite court house Stanford Ky are for sale heal dance Is a twostory brick wltn 1C rooms The storerooms are brick with nice rooms over them one storeroom occupied by W II McUoberts as a drug store and other by Wm Severance for dry goods Address J D Owsley Stanford Ky Farm For Sale Having concluded to quit tarmlig I will sell farm of 123 acres on Mllludgevllle and Stanford pike It Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wel watered with never ratlin springs In best neighborhood In Lincoln county For further call on or write to W A Iettus Mllledgevllle Ky PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY JULY 84 1002 If not sold privately I will offer for sale at public auction my two farms located and described as follows First farm of IllS acres located on the Danville and Uuston llle pike 2 miles south of Shelby This Is a nice tract of land desirably located and convenient to schools postofllco and railroad has a nice 7room cottage large stock barn and a dozen or more necessary outbuildings all In repair The location Is high dry and healthy the fencing Is all In good condition The farm la wall watered by Knob Lick Creek Second farm consists of S30 acres more or and la widely known In this VffU ads joining counties as the old Lcyl Hubble farm This Is a fine tract of laud mostly In grail The buildings consist of a nice 4 room cottage a largo and commodious stock barn and numerous outbulldlags aU of which are comparatively new This farm is also creek a never tailing stream There is an abundance of various kinds of fruit and berry trees Tbe fencing Is In good condition Terms of sale will be H cash and balance In one two or three years to suit the pur chaser The smaller will be sold first OB the sale beginning atfl30 A M Further Information can be bycalllig on addressing N K Tunis Danville Ky or Jas D SbeltW Junction Clty Ky Oro 8 BUEUir Ponca Oklahoma t t t JI fj1 01 + j i dlei S Se Sy ia 00 e SC ld C j + M + ee 161l ee + S e + el N t m The Grand Leaders Specials 1 f For This Week 3 Read this advertisement carefully Ws save you half on I every article Sul e It 500 yards spool cotton lo spool Gofirsafely IIUB c I Oc spool silk nil colors 4o 5 palm lent inns for 6e 60 hook nod cycS 3c Largo size towels 5c- IQc fans for lie r25e mens hose supporters 15c 5c hair pima 4c- BOc neckwear 25c S Ladies good black hose Co Pi Childrens She hose 12 l2c Clothing is our hobby Wo can and will ei rave you dollars on every suit purchased of us We will sell you a well inude black euit for I I The Grand fil1 Hays Levy Props S B Levy I hl al FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly hand and for sate all tlmea W Logan Wood Manager ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE XT Manufacturer of BP1ICKiAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices JH BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable- D races Old Stand Depot St STANFORD KY New and Turnouts at Ileaaonabl Rates Special Attention Travel leg Men Phone No H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive Call Rg1YJE1YJ That socalled cheap insurance the dearest thing on earth That dollar saved in the premium may cost you hundred in lossThat only solid cash in eight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Homo of New York can be relied on Josso D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardBovl1 and Casey Counties Kentucky TIMBER LflND FOR SOLE In order to settle the partncrshlpbuslnes John Bonta Jr and Ilonta having died last December wo wilt sell 2700 acres of timberland Adair county ICy This land contains between 4000 000 and 5000000 feet Ioplar Oak Val nut Chestnut and Hickory This tract of land close the famous oil fields Wayne county and exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes All the In one body bargain foreome one For particulars apply COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or Ilardin Harrodsburg Oscar Ilonta Faulkner Ky JIL Beazley Fs Co Undertakers and EmbalmersAUO FurnlturcJlatUngsltugs They will Exchange Furniture for aU kinds Stock Give themcall Prices right iTANFORD KENTUCKY b11o have fcomo strictly goodall wool suite that wo will sell you for 8108 worth 88 I AStrictly nil wool clay worsted suitn finely tai rlored worth 81250 go at 8850 Satinlin S 1S18lions lint lions wide brim fur lima worth 82 special 10day price OSc lima f fine railroad shape hats worth up to 82 10 I days price 80c dozen still hats worth 81 e Jf I IGOe8150 all go at lOc Mens summer cloth Shuts goat Gc each I Leader I fy t Manager l 0 ty e e e S y h I S s eee e l + el s e e e l + ee e on at to 98 a ii n n 11 of J 0 In of Is to of Is ot Is a to J 0 to E M or a S T 5 1 ANNOUNCEMENTIIaving I II Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs IItSterling Silver Novelties c it will interest you to look nt those goods anti Gad out the prices Doing n strictly cash buuinota WITHOUT rjccwriox on able mo to toll at tho erlowCllt considered t II ffnie Prescription Security If you know all tho fuels about our proscription deportment I your proscriptions would oomo hero oven if our priest wow- highwhich they never are If you know tho measures uo take to insure tho purity and frcghnotej of Our drugs If you wore familiar with tho safeguards wo throw about tho oem pounding and various other methods peculiar to this store you could not help having entire confidence in tho accuracy of any prescription we put up To have such service to feel fntois worth something and it costs nothing extra Pennys Drug StoreI Stanford t t Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY Jr Prose Richmond Ky Beautifully situated In the bluegrass region nil advantage that no other femaleIcollege In the State affords Just closed of the most successful sessions In history fcmalecollege In Kentucky that keeps n faculty connoted of graduates of thoUniversity of Michigan Ann Arbor Columbia University N 1 Olty Vanderbilt Uni verity and others of the worlds greatest schools with records unsurpassed as tan department exceptionally strong with Instructor from the greatest ratorlcs Scientific and general equipment of building art elaw ooeriillustrated lectures by the preaideet on his travels In Egypt ialellno and Europe ness almost unknown Good table No Tuny teachers land for handsome eatal 21St REPORT OP TUB CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK- AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the close of butlner July IGth 1W2 RESOURCES Loam and diKOunn 130817 22 Overdrafts secured and untecuredM ems Si U S floods to secure Circulation 31000 00 Premium on U b ItonOs 2700 00 Stock tecnritie etc 11410 i- B c furniture and future 8000 00 Other saleatatandmorltagsowned 7V93 U Pus from National Bankl not Ke serve OUM 670109 Due from approved reserve grits 18491 at- lnterul Revenue Umi 9745 Checks and other cash lIeI 2161 III Notes olother Nat lankL 270000 Fractional paper currency Dlcela sad 901 n Specll4 211 Legal tender notes 00 HW 23 Redemption fund with U S Tteaauser S per ClOt of clrcalitioo 16050 00 TOlalMM JWOUoJ LIABILItiES Capital stale i roooo 00 Surplu tind 10pIp00 Undtvlded profits less Ispeosca sad 1022 45 MISS paid National Junk Notes outstanding SIOW 00 Due to other national Lanka 43N 40 Ou to state banks and backer 2717 H Individual deposits subject to check135516 10 129 00 Bills paYlblloclurllnl certificate of deposit for money 7100 00 Liabilities other than those above tel 716 23 Total MlUOH M STATE OF K uCount of NTUCKVI IJno J above named lank do solemnly swear that above stats mentis true wthe best of my knowledge and te lei JNO J laIcIWUERl1 CMhler Subscribed and sworn to before ma this JUt day or July 1W2 W M Urfcut U Corrtc Att1I J M HIJCKKB e T P IIILL M UlUlUIUUX Directors r f Ky it one lu the ale lienrPOUT OK CONDITION OF TUG I Lincoln County Una Sink or OF tlTAOOIlD KY At the cloHof IlutlncM July Uth IMS- IIHSOU11CES t Loins and llOIunl18O18 01 Overdraft secured and unsecured 10929 71 U S llonds to secure circulation 00000 00 1Ia king house furniture and fixtures 8000 00 Due from National flanks not Iteams Agenta 1097283 Das from State Banta and n olten 170 M Due from approved rwervt ag nta to boa 47 Checks and other cash Items 777 si Notes of other National Ilanki 1000 00IFractional poker currency fickle and r ntaMMt1Z 21 Lawful Money Itewrva In llank via Specie M 44CO 0- 0Laltenilernoceel0000 00 14460 00 Redemption Mm U H Treair 5 percent I clrcul tlon 2500 0- 0Totalt1292634 I O- SLIADtLITJCS t Capital stock paid In t 00000 00 Uurplus fund Mm m 3721 79 Undivided prom lens expeucsanil taxes paid 4373 C4 National Rank Notes out UnJlnj 00000 00 Due to other National Dank raM 2670 M Dus to State Itanks and IIankersMM 601194- Individual deposits subject to checkJ75l11l 01 TotalSm I 1OuunT a I e bore named tlaJ U UWdLIY C+abler a- Subcrlbe4 and sworn to before m Ulia 19th day Of July 1902 J JMcIlOBllltTeIrzI C CoauECT Attest J It ParrotH H HIUHKS WO WAUCKI Directors rt n o r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY JuCY 22 1002 I In fllllnc your prescription wo us tho right medicines In tho exact proper tlone andwith proper care We t not do better it yon paid us double tbo price which la always reasonable Pone nya Drug Store PERSONALS i COL W 0 Wurcn It at Crab Oroh ard lrldaty Mn W Q 8HANKS took la tho s Richmond Fair- MaKKNZiK UitoWK Is vlelllag rola 1 tlrei In Garrard W C SHANKS was In Lexington Saturday aDd Sunday EDWARD Coot i it U resting up at SprtngeI fromIa Miss MAHY DuKCti went to Lexing- tonI Saturday to visit relatives DR B A JONES Is spending a few days with his parents In Adair Miss VIRGINIA LYNAM of Louis I vlllo It visiting the MIssci King SAM BIBUOI of the TurnersvlIIo section Is In Pulaskl on business MISS IlRSSIBUATSON of Lancaster Is visiting Miss Myrtle OBannon MRS JoLLA Rose of UustonvllloI paid this onice a substantial call Satur I day Miss MOLLIR BARMAN of tbo Wet End spent several days with Mrs A C DunnI MR AND MRS JosFiii DOCKER of I Pitt burg aro with Mr and Mrs W 1bfit S D SHANKS left yesterday for Kansas City for a protracted visit to l relatives MR ROWAN SAOKLEY of this onico attended the Richmond inks Fair Fri day Saturday MRS J S OWSLEY JR and band some son James McElwaln Owsley are fiatCrab Orchard Springs Miss RLLA MAY NEWLAND of this place Ilona of the pretty hello girls h OXebanlof b n a t vacation with his homefolks atlluston Tllle A NINIMOUNU girl arrived at the home of Mr anti Mr 0 P Shewraa ker of Moreland She has been named KJsie DR W U ODANNON was calledSWaynesburg Sunday to seo I Caldwell daughter woo 1s dangerous ly 111 of meningitis liON P M McRoiiBRTS and blear W W Withers aDd It O Engleman Jr wont up to Crab Orchard Springs Saturday to spend several days TUB Presbyterian Ladles Aid Socle ty will meet with Mrs J WItout next Friday at 31 M As this will bo a missionary mooting all tbo memb aro Invited to bo present Miss SUE ROUT li ot homo from Loulsvlllo enjoying a muchneeded roil She la with the large ladles fur nlshlng establishment of Boston Langan on Fourth Street SEEPIan Sal City and Misses Mary Logan and Paulino Docker form a very pleasant party at Crab Orchard SpringsAMisses ANNIE MOKINNEY and nlo Dunn aro back from a Normal Col logo Dloomlngton III Miss Fs Durch wbo went with them stopped over In Louisville on her return I MRS JW GUEST of Crab Orchard who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Ienroee Vass of Mobile Ala spent Wednesday In tho city with her daughter Mre B O Boyle Courier I Journal HRNBST WARREN ono of tho L N train dispatchers took a two days run up too lino this week Old Dame Rumor has it that if Mr Warren IOe8I Up again soon ho will como back In double barneutNewsTHE following attended tho Richmond Elks Fair from hero Mr and Mrs J S Rice Mr and Mrs A CI Hill Misses Alvlra and Susan VanArt dalo and Mary Garnett Messrs A C IDUDn Lawrenco VanArsdalo and Uu bert Carpenter W BON JOHN SAM OWSLJIY of Stan ford was In Danvlllo Wednesday Ho camo down to see about bis fences but happened to run Into the News report 1er who Informed him that not a single I 4rail was out of place In those parts and he returned home rejoicing Danville I News MISS MARY A MCRODERTS enter tamed charmingly Friday evening jtn 5 to 81n honor of Misses Joseph inn Hayden of Paris and Lettlo May Roberts of Lancaster MM Sa Taylor Woods won the Observation Prize and Miss Addle Eastland the booby THE entertainment given by Miss Lucy Miller GIvens in honor of Misses t Josephine Bayden and May Jameson I of Paris was an elegant affair Tho house and lawn were prettily decorated and a splendid orchestra didcoursod music to which the light fantastic was r tripped by the merry taroojr f 1 W D WEAKEN is clerking for Craig Si Becker onJoyablobayMORKIB GIVENS of Plttiburg Is spending a low weeks with II O Don nv ledAdvocate ALFRED A QiOO1NS Ot this place got exa FaminationO B OWENS Is at Crab Orchard fillingblsMR E P OWSLEY and Misses Pearl Burnslde and Maulo Hays Owsloy will go to Crab Orchard Springs today for a twoweeks stay Miss ANNA COVER will entertain too Tennis Club this evening at her pretty country homo In honor of her guests Misses Holm and West of Dan vlllo GALS MR PETER HAMITON who died yesterday had 12000 Ills Insurance In the Knights of HonorhaLOST Black coat sack Tobacco handkerchief and some letters In pock ot Notify Sam Bishop TurncrsvlUc SEE our new 827 range Cheapest thing ever put on the market Warm Ing closet plenty hot water Geo H Farris Co OUR Crab Orchard and flustonvillo Fair Dally Is going to bo a daisy If otPeytoDfamilySaturday when nIt of the Peyton kin aro expected to be presentprKILLED Lapsley Howell a youth of trylogw heel divided bU body lengthwise toAdeocoonLaocaeteretreettoriD00coaThey h a In the Fall non construct a handsome residence on the present site I FOUND DeAD Alex Vardemao col noIIuetoavlhe carrlefilmJloblnsODT oneUuatoavllloe andbarrolyelterday old of Winchester who will conduct tbo business at the old stand Wo are sorry to lose such a good merchant as hig41pp e FryoInow but wo hope he will not conclude to leave too county countyors Is Indebted paidorrmaking a total of 112000 paid off in tho Iilcourt on band tho funds with which tQ meet tbo blue tof 110000 worth of 6 per cons bonds fundIsCountyAttorney 0recertainly duo much praise for thohe ate1ou COUDt1 TbeCrabanoouncInofDrippingner each day at the Fair This assures the best and most delightful meal ever Everytblefo Utobandomedlnlnl300 at ono time Mn Rotbwell wishes say that this will In no way interfere Sprlnlsbut aDalementdurinheretofore THERE is hardly a person In this en tiro section we suppose who does not know that the Crab Orchard fair begins tomorrow but perhaps there aro a few who do not know what vest prepara those have been made for that ovens A magnificent amphitheatre 200 feet long fine been built at a big outlay of mOn ey a kiteshaped track costing nearly verpplIllsik of show rings and races has been errs i go ed for each day good music has been provided and last but by no means least ample room and the fat f tbo land has been prepared for all who come Can you miss all of this Cor talnly not but youll go the first day meetingclolel spanfewJ Merits bread at Farris k Coa NEW wash ode Severance k Sons FRESU bread daily T 0 Willlf HUSTONVILLE FAIR July 30 31 and Aug 1 SEE our stovesand ranges before you buy Terms easy George H rris St Co NEW outing hats and other pretty and stylish millinery jut In Mrs Garland Singleton LOST Between Dr J B Owsleys and J E Brucos a green enameled and pearl cuff pin Reward Mattie flays Owsley BEAR In mind the vocal and elocu tionary contest at HuBtonvlllo Thurs day evening July 31 See WC Green log Ilustonvltlo If you desire to enter or want reserved seats Miss GEORGIA LEWIS asks us to an pounce that she will teach a private beginning Sept 1 Miss Lewis s recently taken a special course li Kindergarten and German and Is thor ougbly prepared to teach CUTTINoGeore Baldock was brought hone from Hustonvlllo ycatcr day afternoon and placed In jail chore cd with cutting Zan Hughes also colored The trouble came up over a debt The wound Is In Hughes face and Is an ugly one COLORED FAIR The Lincoln and Garrard County Fair Association is the name of the colored fair that will be belongington 1 28 29 and 30 William Jones II esident W H Harris secretary and J M Broaddus assistant secretary A great exhibition Is promised GONE AlTER HIM Sheriff M s Baughman received a telegram Satur day evening stating that Chas Strlnir er Indicted for attempting to rob the Lincoln County National Bank was under arrest at Boise Idaho and that ha would bo held there until further orders Mr Baugbman left at noon Sunday for him It will take about 10 days to mako the roundtrip COLLIER The wife of Gen Dan Collier died suddenly at Lancaster Sun 6sdaughter of Col Hosklns formerly Boyle county and was a moat oetlmabl- nd a lovable woman Besides thu 6u band who Is almost prostrated witSgrief three children are left to moor tbo lose oI an angel mother They ar Meidamos R L Elkln and J E RotSInson and Mr Will Collier APPLICATION has been made to proper authority at Washington to e tend the charter of the National Dank of Hustonvlllc for SO years longer as the present one expires by limitation I March next Mr J W Becker t present cashier has stood at bill desk during all these years and watched and waited until now ho has an Isetltutl of some magnitude and one too wblc has bad Iw share of success Dr Ed Alcorn In Advocate 5 SKULL CRUSHED While coming to Stanford Sunday night on a railroad velocipede James Moore Dr Green and a Mr McDonald all of Junction City were overtaken by tbo mldnlg passenger train near flanging bridge and knocked off the track Ti back of Moore head was crushed a was otherwise hurt Dr Hug Reid of this place was summoned at found Mr Moore in a critical condition but thinks bo win recover Green and McDonald escaped Injury S T GIVES UP THE GHOST Nobody seems to be nble to head off the Wol tons at Stanford Several attempts have been made to run a paper In sue cesiful competition with too INTERIOR JOURNAL but all have resulted In fall urn The latest competitor to give up the ghost Is tbo Lincoln Democrat It was sold at public auction by the master commissioner to E O Walton pro prletor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL for 11012 25 Tbo sale was to satisfy a judgment In favor of the wife of T M Goodknlght a late partner In ti publication of the paper Louisville Times caaeto advertisement of the two splendid farms to be sold at auction George S Shelby next Thursday J 21 at 230 p M Both places will be sold on too smaller farm known Beech Point near the Knob Lick bridge two miles South of Shel City on the Hustonvllle pike P pective buyers are Invited to look at both places when they desire and take dinner with roe at the Trlbblo House Junction City on the day of sale I will also sell at the same time 100 ac of growing corn and rest 100 acres of good grass for remainder of year T D English will be auctioneer Beech Point farm contains 103 acres alloIseUadjoining smaller farm It hoe one sera of land Remember both places will be sold at 230 Tbvrsday afternoon next at the smaller farm George S Shelby I 1 I I I HAMPTON After a short Illness of paralysis and heart trouble Mr Peter Hampton aged about CO years died at homo near Rowland yesterday morn tag Many years ago be came to lisle county and from time to time engaged In various enterprise but the loot few years of his active life were spent in tbo capacity of a guard it the Frankfort penitentiary being appointed to that position by Gov Bradley Mr Hamp ton was a wholesoul kindly disposed moo and many friends will learn with regret that he Is now cumbered with tbo dead Ho leaves a wile and five children to mourn his loss May Ho who doeth all things well look down with compassion upon tbo grlefstrlck en ones and teach them to live In the belief that the husband and father has gone to his reward I PURE p1ck11ow1oeQr John I Bright Jr b Co A GOOD role fell dapnight and since the weather has been delightfully coolmore like Fall than Summer WHILE you aro enjoying the Crab Orchard Fair this week remember that there will bo soother next week at Hustonvlllo THE the colored Huston vllle fair are James Davis president JT Brown secretary George Arm strong assistant secretary and Frank Armstrong treasurer OIL AND GASBotho11and gas lo small qnautItleswerelltruekIDtbe3- taDford OH Gas St Developing Cos well on Frank MoKlnneys farm yea tcrday afternoon They were found at 20 feet ofMiss MAGGIE LEWIS took 10 of ber muslo class on an enjoyable outing tbo eother day They went to Linnletla prings Alum Springs Arcadia and splendidewas at prings PEnltYt COMFYIIRATE MONU thlx cation at the unveiling of the Perry villa monument which will occur Oct conflictawas pre rented to the Legislature asking for an appropriation to erect a monument and Revhcountya federate veteran will deliver the pray er of dedication Hon R J Breckln ridge says that he will uae biB Influence to ensure an annual appropriation from the Legislature for tbs purpose of car Ing for the graveyard h6KILLING AT CRAII ORCHARD Xsck Stewart who works at Beazleye ho 0tol shot Lott Anderson also colored bfandnhY Iide fair grounds by a number of Negroes Including Anderson who attempted to provoke a quarrel with him Stewart became frightened and started to run but was caught by several of Ander sons friend and held while he Ander son out at him a number of times Fl nally Stewart succeeded In getting his hood to his pistol and fired the ball en tering Andersons right side and per locating the bowels Stewart gave him self up and was brought hero by Mar shal Riddle and placed In charge of Jailer Berrln The trouble la sold to have arisen over Stewarts wife who was a cousin to Anderson 0BROWN 8 BROWN ItAttornoys tlt Law Office in Masonic Uldg SOMERSET KlulqWill practice in all the State Courts also OourtsasbyPUBLIC SALE 8aturllayAugultknown as the des McOarley farm on Lan theneein a good state of cultivation Is mostly la grass Is well watered with two damThebut the outhouies are numerous and In good wellIe03 yean olds 42 Rood sheep 3 extra good farmlDgImplemenLainr machine new cutting harrow Sale to begin at 1D w N sharp Terms I made known on day of ale KyO 1 ii I Special Sale of Shirts IONLY 49cEACH l SEE OUR WINDOWS I Cummins a McClary I G tt 0e lmjfILl 9fCsli irC r1J1 Nt1E aDwitq titqiM t1l a e19 NEW LOT HATSS Latest styles In felt and crash 0 e S e1d 80 soSS iieswtiJ A lJf the very newest things In the market gotten out for the fairs resorts etc w R I iltJIfITERMS CASH 0 5 1 1 f aS b 4w H McRoJberts 18 i DH c c4f c D ta CILfa tSJ1I 111 lfeJIiAS1iO fimJ 1A SUGGESTION m I ABOUT SHIRTS m j Gentlemen who want shifts large enough Iiiand of goods that wont tilde should iti buy some of those 25c and 35c line Ginghams anti Madras cloths reduced to 19 cents to close Iimthe second floor IonI Severance Sons yew Stores XXth Century Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC III ITS HOT 1 1IYou may not need Furniture now but yoXi will When you do we can fill the bill Withers Furniture Coy i THEJNTER10RJOURNAL Entered n the potlqfflce at Stanford aI iaondclau malle- tJpnbiSahaTuI 1ay AntS FrttSve jf 1 PERYEAR CASH iff Whin not topildsaOO will brcbaft4 ItaKNOXVILLE DIVISION No 21 Train going North K 1116 m NoM II II MMM23Oam No 23 II South 1211 am No 25 II a 12U p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 leaves Stanford at 153 m No lIarrlnatSlanlordM 113 a m No 21 leaves Stanford atM 230pm A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflcOTr McBobsrU Drag Store In the Owilsj I UaUdlni R A JONES I DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins McKlnneys Store I TelephOB i No h 01 NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBSESDNPron JUNCTION CITY KY FlntOlMs Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and liar For Salo A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offer hla services as SSSBC Auotoinoer to the peoplo of Lincoln County He will please both in workand price Write to him MONUMENTSPURE ZINO White BroniQ Is to stone In the monument business what the Improved dropbead sewing machiae Is to the or car li to the old stage coach It is the advanced thought of tbe ago It U Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of lour ones It Is very beautiful with a silver appearance Ileaso hold your order until you can investigate It J C McWhorter Agt CRAB ORQUARD KY J+ G McThM1xE3IBALMER And Doalear In HABNESS SA DDLEET 0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Spechllst of LoiltTlUe will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Friday and blurb August 8 U Now U tbe time Dont neglect your best fcrlend eyra examined and glasses actenttflctlly adjusted Dont neglect your cblldreua eye Oece hoop 9 a m to S p at Delinquent Polls for 1801- Beclal term Lincoln County FUcal Court held June SOth liM2 lion Jas P Halley Judge prealdinp with tho following named Justleos of the leucel W D Waliln Jan A Duddorar 0 A Smltb and F U Comp tone Hy order of the Lincoln County FUco Court the Clerk of aald court waa directed to certify n copy of the delinquent polls to turned to this court by the for the year 1001 for publication In tbe Interior- Jouroal witch s as wAVsasnona wulTC Jedinrlnr Will 0 Johnson II d- Ilate Wm KlddMIllfo- Kldd W F Luce Jim Lanbam Alford Lanham Luther Leech Jim Martin J A Martin Frank Meece D A Meece Thomas Meoee John McKlnile M 8 McMullln L McMullln M Not AlberteODear Tom Padgett J F Padgett Drew Padgett Eph Padgett O A R Padgett J T Padgett E Phillips Anthon Pulllam Tom Pulllam Alex Retherfora John Retberford- Rethetford Jno Lewis Record Jas Rector M II Rector Martin Reynolds Dan Reynolds Logan Reynold Cicero Ohaa Roberts A J Routcn Pe- Routon J W Rowland Hob Roberts Wm Stephens Logan Scanland S D Scarbrough J T Shadowon R S Bllas W Singer Julian Singleton J L Singleton W 0 Smith W A Smith John Spears T O Sweeney Jesse L Swccncv H Sweeney Nltle Smith U W O Thompson J II Trusty WIV Trusty Will Trusty W R WlIs Baker Watery Tommy Weaver Will Mitchell Wells 0 W Williams M F Wilson J B Young W A Young S M Young II 0 Young Ransom Zwhlln Sam Zwhlln Albert WATSEsnnno COLORED lays Clarence Ill gins wm Higgins Abo Johnson Jo Shanks N A HUSTOXVILL WHITE Abbott Marion Adams Joo Adams L B Atkins Will Andenon Tom Anderson 0 P Atwoods Will Austin 0 R tladgett John Baker lien Baker J II Baker 0 0 Ilaugb J 0 J L Baxter E O llcniloy Jas Ilcers L II X 11 DI hop Will Itraxdale John liratton Ceo Bratton Jim Hrowney Jako Browning John Drown Martin Rule J U Hulk n M Burgs Lucas Burge Will Butter J A Campbell Wm Cannon W j Cannon J w Carpenter A w Carter Byrd Garter w 11 Carter 0 L Carter T D C4rrler S M Ohasteen Henry Chastecn Taylor Clark Den Clurkson Olarkson jess Cloyd jerrv Coffey 0 A Compton Ed Condor Bass look F M Crow M B Curtis Allen Cutter Joe Dauebcrty John Daugherty Lelburn Davidson H T Davis Jeremiah Deek Oeo Deek Coo Davore Davo Davore Hiram Dodd T 0 nonillion w 0 Dunn D vr Durham Jim Eclrlngton R B Klllott w U Florence Jim jr Florence will Foley John Francis Henry Frederick Bob GlabpplnFJimmy 1llKon will Ooocb Emmett Gooch w m Ooode J D Oresbam Josh Graham D D Haloy will Haup Mart Heath Ceo Helm S II Herring Marshall Huffman w S Hughes w w Hughes U K Hunn Jas Hyde J L Harper J P jarman w Jones Arthur Jones A B 0 Keath Baruuv Kennedy w II Lay James Lay Jno Lay lea Leathers will LInard James Llntblcum w 0 Llpe M It Manning Tom Manning Joe Manning Lee Manning Roy Manning John Martin I 0 Martin A D Martin will Martin A P Mclleo J Var McClure Frank McClure J S McCormack will McCormack Green McCormack John McCormack Joo McQInnls A T xcGIll John MClutoab J w Molntosii Will McKinney J T ueKlnnoy Goo E xcNabb Frank Mercer John McKinney T Montgomery Logan tiorelano wm Z L Navlor Tom Naylor Wesley Nail j li North T J Paul Odle Peyton John Pemburton j W Iltman wm Pope Nathaniel Porter Owsloy Prewitt Fount Richenback John Reed L M Reynolds Seth Reynolds B Reynolds J C T 0 Rodgers Allen Rout J R Routon Jim Rothwell Geo Ilowland John Russell Frank Russell W A Russell C C Kussoll Lewis Sheron Sam Taylor J H Sluder John Sluder Jas Sluder Arthur Smile G Smiley 0 O Smith Pat Spalding Ish Spragglns Jim Stormos Henry Stormes Geo Stephenson J W Trent Nathan Trusty Marlon Trust Mat VanArsdalo WM vaggoneriJohnWalls Walls Jno Walls W S Williams W T Williams W R Williams 0 S Ray M W Wright Nolson Yocum J W IIUSTOKVILLE COLORED Adams John Adams Arch Anderson Kay Alcorn Doon Alcorn Willis Armstrong Geo Bailey Will Hailoy Tom Uoldook Jim Boazloy John Boggs H Burton Jack Durton Joe Brock Sandy Brown Jesso Brown P Drown Geo Brown Simeon Drown Mat Carpenter Aaron Carpenter Aron Cloyd Jake JloydOeo Cloyd John Cloyd John Cooper Will Cooper Logan Cooper Alex Crow Peter Campton John Oryo Clay Ed Durham Geo Farris Geo Gates Will Givens Horton Givens Jas Goode Willis Greene Willey Greene Thos iansford Forest Hansford Harve Harlan Geo Harlan John Elanls Andy Harris Evan Harris Tom Helm Jas locker Logan Hooker Mack locker Jim Hocker Alfred looker Wilt Holmes Robt Rubble Dink Hudson Hubo Huston Will Huston Mat Jarman Dude Johnson Klchad Johnson Will Jones John Jones 0 D Jones Tohn Jones Dan Jones G E iCauflman Henry Kltrell Tom Lee Geo Lee Jos Leo McCormack tcClanaharJLewis McKinney Oscar McKinney Squire MnKinney CamP Minor Caesar Minor Oeo Miller Ed Miller Ed MontgolnerylMoreland Ed Napier Will Oliver John Owens Willis Owsloy Dave Owsloy Alex Patton Alex Patton Bob Poyton Will J Dauiol Powell Inch Rothorford Frank Riohnrds Dan Reynolds Clay Hmo Jas Rlire Geo Ripperton Geo Jim Hoblnson JW Shoaren Simpson Simpson Frank Simpson Will Smith 111 Smith Geo Steele Adolphus Short John Thomas ilea Tlmrman Sllvesta Thurman Alex Thurmnn Letcher Trleo Adam Trice hoary Turner Cbas Vllllnlns henry Wllllums Allen Williams Henry Williams Henry Wllkcrson Mack Willis Bob Withers Moso Willoughby Will Yoohlr dge Chas Woodsoa Jim VAHIOUS DISTRICTS Ballard D D Brady J D Dougherty W J Ends IlL Elmore S D Hooker Chas Isoni John Lay E W Givens Anthony Good Jas Martin W L Rocker Anderson Owsloy Geo Sandidge John Stewart Jas Christopher Al Lackey Wm Jr Lackey Wm Sr Sandidge Jas Halley W M Carpenter Goo Goody Aden Miller Augh Martin Jno Maxey G II Martin J G Splltzer Mike Staton G W Yocum J H Crow Goo Drye Wm House J B King J C Jeffreys J F Gaines John Hines J Y Kompor Kd Morgan Wm J B Loasuro Will main John Lewis Dale Plnley Dudle Dotherldgo Ilowd Johnson Henry Patton Newman Henry Delaney Bnlyor Foley Ilort Hoblnson Rogers John Smith It A Smith J T Thompson Rlclid Hays Prod Burton S B Brent Ceo Burtason Jot Burton Joe Byrd Joseph Dyo W D Gooch S II Goo J M liaison J W Harris J C Sr IhldlGJl011 Iclttnllo J M Noland R U Prlco Bill Potroy G C Pratt B W Singleton Wm TumborlstonThos Yhman A L Sehandhubor M Williams W B Woloh Jas Collins Jno Lloyd Jno King J C I r Some ReasonsW- hy You Should Insist on Having OILUnequaled preparedKeeps A heavy bodied oitII An excellent preservative l Reduces cost your harness Never burns the leather iU Efficiency is increased Secures best service Stitches kept from breaking OILIs in aU Localitiesuanometurrdy flandnrtl 411 Company The people of Vermont a State that for over SO years has bad a prohibition liquor law will have an opportunity at tbe election to be held month after next to bow where thoy stand ail bo tween prohibition and high license and local option The feeling In favor of high license has been growing Tbe corrupt nonenforcement of prohlbl tion la some localities and enforcement by harsh and oppressive methods to other localities have engendered much dislike of the law The State will be shaken up as it has not been for year Democratic and republican conteU are too one tided to be Interesting In the struggle between prohibition aod high license there will be an element of uncertainty which will give variety to the campaign But the thought that a democrat may slip la between two re publicans will fill with horror come Vermooters who at heart favor high license There has not been a demo crat governor since a free soil democrat managed to get elected some years be fore the war THE SAME OLD STORY J A Kelly relates an experience sim ilar to tat which has happened in almost every neighbohood In tbe United States and leas been told and re to d by thousands of others lie says Last summer 1 lied an attack of dysentery and purchased bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used ac cording to directions and with entirely satisfactory results The trouble was controlled much quicker than former at tacks when I used other remedies Mr Kelly Is a well known citizen of Hendor ron N C For sale by Craig ale Rocker Druggists The largest library la tho world It the National Library of Paris which contains 40 miles of helves holding 1400000 books There ore also 175000 nunuicrlpts 300000 maps and charts and 160COO coins and medals REPULSIVE FEATURES Blackheads plmplet greasy faces and muddy complexion which are so com mon among women eapccially girls at a certain age destroying beauty disfigure lag and making repulsive features which would otherwise appear attractive and re fined Indicate that the liver is out of or der An occasional dote of Herbino will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion J LOc at Pennys Drug Store FOREIGN BANK METHODS Ilio Undeveloped Sydlcm In Vae ti Cutitluentnl Uuruite A bank chock Is looked upon With suspicion in Italy Practically 110 Bintfl trndesmnn would take a check nut none of them keeps n batik Recount It was still moro tuirprlKln to wo to nUll that such n statement would bo almost literally true or Purls Itself I was studying tho mechanism of tbe Until of franco under the guidance of ono of tho olBcers We went Into one great room In tho old building In which there were 200 desks Inclosed In wire cages all empty nt tho moment I asked what those were for Those cages are for our city col lectors I was told When n small merchant borrows from the tank ol France he does not as with you In America borrow n bank credit and have his loan merely added to his bal anco ou the woks of the bank With us the merchant when ho makes a lonji gets tho actual money nod takes It away lie probably has no bank account with us He writes no checks When tho loan Is due ho does not as would bo tho case In your banks come In and pay Ills Indebtedness with a check Instead of that wo send n col lector to him and that collector Is ro paid the loan In actual currency Two hundred men start out from the Hank of Franco every morning to collect ma tured loans Several days each month It Is necessary to send out 400 men and on tho let and tho 15th of each month GOO collectors go out Those collectors were uniformed men carrying leather pouches In which thy have limo matured notes and which are later filled with outrun cy as tbo collections nro made from tho banks borrowers I stood nt tho paying tellers drk All I went farther along In iuy tour of thin Bank of Franco As 1 lmlt d there the man who happened to bust the window at tho moment presontoJ a check for 60000 franc The money WM counted out and banded over to htm stored away In n big wallet and ho passed on I naked If It wore not un usual for a man to draw out so much currency and was told that It was not It was but another Illustration of how undeveloped Is tho banding system of continental Rural In Us uses by the general public Scrlbncrs Magazine FLOWER AND TREE Palms and ferns should never be al lowed to stand In a draft When moss is seen on fruit trees It may bo taken as evidence of lack of thrift in the trees The Ideal soil In which to set a plant Is ono that is moist without being wa ter soaked neither too dry nor too wet Dust Is a great enemy of window plants in connection with dry beat Care must be taken to keep the air moistIn the tea plant Is naturally a tree but by moans of pruning It is kept so small that It scema to bo only n bushFor setting In a dry soil tho plant should bo well rooted and stocky as It must depend on the roots it already has to make a start Vines of nil kinds flower and fruit freely only after they have reached tho top of their support When thoy have arrived they pet about blooming Peonies should bo planted In October Once planted they should not bo disturbed but should bo allowed to form strong clumps Thus treated the low ers increase In size and beauty with each succeeding season CHURCH MATTERS Rev Frank Mahoney of Sbolbyvllle has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church of Ploovlllc and Mid dleiboro Rev J B Olckton will begin a so rlea of meetings at the Turoorsylllo Christian church Sunday Aug 3rd All are cordially Invited to attend Rev William DL Eldridge pastor of Troy Presbyterian church Woodford county has been called to the pulpit of the Presbyterian church at Lawrence burg At a business meeting after service at the Preebyterlan church Sunday the following elder wore elected Messrs T M lennle too P M Me Roberts nod George D Hopper These deacous were then elected W D Me Kinney W B McRobcrts aod Dr W N Craig They will bo ordained aod Installed next Sunday morning The Fairs Thefalrsecretaries association has announced the following dates Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown fourth week in July Huetonville fifth week In July Danville first week in August Lexington second week la August Mavavlle and Lawrecceburg third week In August Brodhead Fair Aug 20 treo days Liberty Aug 27 hays Barditown and Glasgow first week In September Ellzabetbtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair Loul vlUe fourth week in September aeTHE PERFECT LIVER MEDICINE Mn to A Jolley Noble O Twrites I have used Herblno for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend it- as the most perfect liver medicine and the greatest blood purifier It is a medicine of positive meit and fully accom Ilshcs all that is claimed for it Malaria can not find a lodgment In the system while tha liver Is in perfect order for one of Its functions is to prevent the lion of fevrproducing polson3 absorpl G a most efficient liver regulator Penny Drug Store Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids ff When the liter U torpid and till to do lu work the bile enters the blood u a virulent potion Thent come constipation blllmuness tick headaobe term and malaria The only treatment that gives tho liver Just tho right touch and turn Nature seek In tho rlgbl mancer u 1AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS The ptU touches the liter and the pellets ton3 system thoA 28 dotes for Za days cot 25 cent and ua lees your ease U exceedingly bad you 0wiU be well before you finuh them S Sample tree For uh at all doalen FOR SALE BY W B MROERTSDAT PENNYS DRUGSTORE I STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY e The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky often the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Illologlcal Mathematical Physical Ento mological Physiological Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Elec trical Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining Engineering each of which cx tends over fotiryears and leads to a degree Post graduate courses of study are also provided leading each to n matters degree Each course of study it organized tin dor a separate faculty The general faculty numbers moro then 10 professor and instructors County Appointees receivo tuition room rent In dormitories fuel and expenseThe comprehensive and mod ernThe last and tho preomllni legislatures appropriated 00000 for a college bemoI menMilitary Congress t antiliberalto supply Lost year the matriculation tilt was SDI For catalogue method of obtaining appointment information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTKHSOXi Ph D LL D President Or to D 0 FUAZBB Business Agent Lrjctwrox Ky Examinations begin Sept ti 1OO2 Full Term bcrjlno Sept 19 IQO2 u CARSON 8c PENCE DEALERS IS i Carriages Buggies Phaetons V Wagons Buck boards Harnessa t Full and complete stock of the above always on land are sold at priccs that defy competition nmlISee our elegant line ot Lap Tbe DaiVille Fairt I uguSk Q 7thand 8th Rings for almost everything and Liberal premiums all- i WRITE FOR CATALOGUE H C BRIGHT Secretary Geo F Anderson President Be Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company OF STANFORD ICY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Valtiu of Each Share 1 Full Paid and Non Assessable OITICKM J H Haughruan Iresj A T Nunnelloy ViccPrct W H Wear en Treat H Holm Secy W H6hank W B J II coin man aughmanIand stilt another surest indications of the value of undeveloped oil lands is the result of oflorta at development on land adjoining None of stock reserved by the Incorporators can be issuedIhy them until the entire amount so roserved lase been sold and when sold lar arising therefrom will be used in developing the companys 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 time company is rendered valuable by reason of untiring etlorts of the ofllccrs and The stock is nonaitcssablo and the private property of tho stockholder is not liable for corporate debts It Is incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky Its books are at all times to Its and they are Invited to to receive any Information concerning the company affairs The business is being rueh ed with all tho rapidity and zeal possible that is commensurate with safe business C O ROTTTZS Popular Excursions to Did point OiOft and Ocean View Vo ForRoundTriP 13Gaod 5htp Tickets will bo sold Julv 15 and 20 Aug 10 and 2 Stopover allowed In uoun talus Full Information at C k O Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel Lexington JOHN D TOM A O P A CEO W DARNEl D P A r FOR SALE j I have a 13horso Traction Engine also a now Shredder for sale You can get a bargain CnAS COrnY IIl11ledgelIIo Ky Hustonville Property for Sale propertysituatedeast side of College street In Hustonvlllo r Ky omiUtlng of hotel and livery stable and vncAnt lot Thus property Is well ar ranged for lintel or boarding house and liverybarnfor hotel aed livery purposes and good va cant lot for resldencn if desired PropertyIiU now rented for that purpose If want good raying property In Ilustouvllle- call on or address D S Carpenter Uuston vine KyrI